Nilgai are Asia's biggest antelopes. The origin of the name "nilgai" is disputed. It literally translates as "blue cow." Some believe this reflects the respect in which Tharu natives viewed the animal. Others claim it is because the animal's eyes appear blue when dead.
There are two varieties of nilgai: the Kashmir nilgai and the Sindu Nilgai. Both are found in India, but only the Kashmir variety is exported for hunting. The Sindu Nilgai is much smaller with a lighter coloration. It is only found in India and Nepal.
The nilgai has long been used in Indian folk medicine to treat fever, cough, and arthritis. Today, their horns are sold on the black market in India for their silver content.
According to an Indian user, the name Nitika is of Hindu origin and means "nature's gift for parents."
Another source says that Nitika means "the knowledge of things."
Yet another source says that Nitika means "the knowledge of things" or "the illumination of darkness.""
People who served for the Nizam of Hyderabad in various capacities. People called Nizams are still serving the present Nizam - Izzat Ali Khan.
A Nizam was a ruler of the Indian state of Hyderabad. The office was hereditary and elective, and existed from 1704 until 1948 when the last Nizam was deposed by the government of India.
In modern terminology, a Nizam would be called a prince or king, but this was not how they were known during their time. A Nizam ruled through his ministers, called Walis, who were responsible for administration, defense, and justice. They could also make treaties with other rulers.
The first Nizam was Osman Ali Khan, who took control of the city in 1704 after it was captured from the Mughals. He is regarded as one of the most important figures in early modern history of South Asia. His son Asaf Jah I expanded the territory under his rule. In 1843, the last nizam, Mir Osman Ali Khan, signed a treaty with Britain which led to the dissolution of the state.
Recognizing the name Nioh They are dharmapala forms of the Mahayana Buddhist pantheon's eldest and most powerful bodhisattva, Vajrapani. They accompanied Gautama Buddha on his journey to protect him, according to Japanese tradition. When the Buddha died, these deities continued to protect those who followed the path he laid out.
Nioh (pronounced nee-oh) is a Japanese word meaning "demon sword" or "evil sword". The nioh is one of several weapons in Niōhime-no-Mae, or "Echoing Cry of the Niō", a short story by Japanese author Kurokawa Takanobu. It has been interpreted as either a sword or a spear.
Nioh were companions to the Buddha during his lifetime and continue to protect people from harm today. They appear in many forms including as a monk, a warrior, or even as a child. Each form has its own role to play in helping people reach enlightenment.
People around Japan have been telling their stories about encountering Nioh for hundreds of years. Some say they see them in dreams, while others claim to have found the swords themselves. Even though there are many different versions of how Nioh come into existence, all share one common theme: they are used to help people overcome their fears and become stronger individuals.
The name Nimra is predominantly a female Arabic name that meaning "number." It was originally used as a surname. The name is also frequently spelled Nima and Niamh.
Nimrāt is the feminine form of the Muslim prophet Muhammad's name Nimrod. It is derived from the Arabic word namīm, which means "bird" or "angel." Thus, Nimrāt is the Angelic Prophet.
Nimrah is an arabic name meaning "number" or "rank". It is often used in reference to the prophets of Islam.
Nimrūd is a popular male Arab name that means "supplanter" or "one who has taken the place of a god". It is usually used to refer to the son of Iblis (the Devil) and the daughter of Adam, thus making him a brother of Muhammad.
Nimruz is an alternate spelling of the name Neemroz. It is derived from the Persian word for neem, which is known for its medicinal properties, so this name would mean "Medicinal Tree" in Farsi.
According to a UK submission, the name Nifemi means "God loves me" and is of African origin. According to a user from Ohio, the name Nifemi is of African origin and means "It signifies" "Love God."
Other translations from British sources are: "My King (is) God"; "Nifemi is our guardian angel"; and "Nifemi is my friend."
The meaning of the name has been interpreted differently by different people. This shows that the name is meaning-full but it can be understood in many ways by others.
Some have interpreted the name as being religious while others have not. This indicates that the name is likely to be appropriate for children of any religion or who do not believe in a higher power.
Others have used the name to describe themselves which means that someone who names their child Nifemi may like to think of themselves as loving and caring.
Still others have used the name to show that they are members of any race or ethnic group. This would suggest that there is no significance attached to the name itself but rather what matters is that it represents love and kindness.
Finally, some have used the name to indicate that the child is male or female.
Nii Nickname The most likely interpretations, as spelled differently and occasionally with phonetic characters, are "two wells" or "new well."
This term was used by the first white settlers in Georgia to describe the indigenous people they encountered. They called them "Indians" or "Erees" which is how it appears in early records. Later translations of this record have "Neighbors" written next to it.
There are two possible explanations for what "Nii Nii" means: one explanation is that it could be a misspelling of "Neih Bee," which would mean "New Town" or "New Settlement." However, there are no other settlements named "Niigbee" or "Nigeberah" so this explanation seems unlikely. The other possibility is that it could be a nickname for someone who lived near a well. There were many streams and rivers in those days so "neighbor" might have been a general term for anyone living nearby.
You can still find references to "Nii Niis" in modern day maps and documents.