Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of eastern Netherlands on the Waal River near the German border. Founded in Roman times, it flourished under Charlemagne and later became a free imperial city and a member of the Hanseatic League.

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  • proper noun a city in the east of the Netherlands

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  • noun an industrial city in the eastern Netherlands

Etymologies

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From Dutch Nijmegen.

Examples

  • She also lives in Nijmegen and used to LARP so heck, you might know her already.

    about energy

  • Does anyone know any good alternative therapists in Nijmegen?

    Migraine

  • Dwelling-workhouse by Hoogte Twee Architecten in Nijmegen

    Beautiful Small Apartment Design

  • Dwelling-workhouse by Hoogte Twee Architecten in Nijmegen

    Beautiful Small Apartment Design

  • An evening of shopping at the Western Store in Nijmegen.

    it's a weekly

  • An evening of shopping at the Western Store in Nijmegen.

    it's a weekly

  • At the beginning, the scientists assumed that the girl was suffering from the so-called Nijmegen breakage syndrome

    innovations-report

  • I hope more people will be convinced you can treat chronic fatigue syndrome and that this isn't necessarily something people will have forever, said Hans Knoop, a clinical psychologist at the Expert Centre for Chronic Fatigue in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, who co-authored an editorial on the research, which was funded by the U.K. Medical Research Council and others.

    Study questions chronic fatigue treatment methods

  • This an old piece I once wrote in the newsletter of our gamers association in Nijmegen, Casus Belli.

    What is larp?

  • She was greeted by Father Kees de Vries, his cousin Father Alexander de Vries, a young priest from Nijmegen, and an elderly gentleman in the traditional red dress of the inquisition, who called himself Claudius, Cardinal Innocentius.

    Hunter

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