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„Nicholas“ - proper noun, singular

The term Nicholas is the 3.981th most common word in the English vocabulary and appears 26.500 times within lexicon. Nicholas or Nikolas or Nicolas or Nickolas is a male given name, derived from the Greek name Νικόλαος, a combination of the words "victory" and "people".º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. The syllabication is Ni·cho·las. There follow quotations of the word in text: "... such as St Nicholas ..."¹ "... philosophers Alvin Plantinga and Nicholas Wolterstorff develop this view."² "... lay in wait for Nicholas in Friesling."³ Rotated its written salohciN. Matching rhymes are Ricolas, Mikolas und Wielgolas. The according MD5 checksum is ddd11c7832824d508a1a495949fff4b5 and the SHA1 hash is 1659814fcd2a43cce2f80051c6d76e6fc643101e. The T9 representation 64246527 corresponds this word.

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word name: Nicholas

part of speech: proper noun, singular

typical left word neighbours: Tsar Saint Pope St Czar Sir Emperor

typical right word neighbours: Nickleby Hawksmoor Ridley II Biddle V Courtney

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The named concepts possess a similar prefix:

The named terms hold an identical suffix:

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