To bite by little at a time; to seize gently with the mouth; to eat slowly or in small bits.
To bite upon something gently or cautiously; to eat a little of a thing, as by taking small bits cautiously; as, fishes nibble at the bait.
A small or cautious bite.
A term used by RightLine to only buy a relatively small number of shares.
One-half byte (4 bits).
Data size unit equal to 4 bits.
a unit of information used in computer science. A nibble is 4 bits or 1/2 byte. The cuter spelling nybble, suggested by byte, is sometimes used. In different contexts, a group of 4 bits is sometimes called a quadbit or a hexit.
Four (4) bits.
a small byte
bite off very small pieces; "She nibbled on her cracker"
bite gently; "The woman tenderly nibbled at her baby's ear"
eat intermittently; take small bites of; "He pieced at the sandwich all morning"; "She never eats a full meal--she just nibbles"
a collection of four bits
a group of four consecutive bits
a small bite, or half a bite
a small bite, which in this context is humourously construed as "half a bite"
4 bits or a half-byte. Almost never used.
Half of a byte or 4 bits. See also binary and b.
Four bits or half a byte.
Four bit s, or 1/2 of a byte.
Half a Byte (Seriously!)
Half of an 8-bit byte, or 4 bits.
Half a byte – i.e., 4 bits.
One half of a byte.
Half of a byte, spec. the first (low order) or second (high order).
Nibble is a unit of information equal to 4 bits (or half a byte). This was a useful term back in the 1970's if you were hand coding microprocessor assembler in the days when an Intel development system cost more than the average engineer's house. .
Usually 4 bits (half a byte).
This is going to sound funny, but I swear it's the truth. A nibble is half a byte, or four bits.
Half a byte, or 4 bits. Nibbles rarely come up when programming modern computers.
A 4-bit chunk of data. Any byte consists of an upper nibble and a lower nibble. This is a convenient unit of data precisely because it can represent one of 16 values. A single hexadecimal digit (0 through F) can represent the nibble in a data dump.
Nibble was a magazine for Apple II computer users with a focus on hobbyist programming. The name meant "half a byte" (perhaps in reference to Byte) or "four bits." Its slogan was "The Magazine for Apple II Enthusiasts."