Definitions for "Nick"
Keywords:  notch, girdle, tally, indented, shank
A notch cut into something
A notch cut crosswise in the shank of a type, to assist a compositor in placing it properly in the stick, and in distribution.
A broken or indented place in any edge or surface; as, nicks in a china plate; a nick in the table top.
A space introduced into a DNA strand by the loss of one or more nucleotides.
A position in a double-stranded DNA molecule where one of the polynucleotides is broken due to the absence of a phosphodiester bond.
Verb: To break a phospho-diester bond in the backbone of one of the strands of a duplex DNA molecule. cf cleave; cut.
The two parents for producing hybrid seed are said to nick, when they produce high yields of seed of a highly productive and desirable hybrid.
A breeding that produces desirable puppies.
1). A correction applied with an e collar set to a "Momentary" setting or a tap and immediate release of the button for those e collars without a "Momentary" setting. 2). A breeding that procues desirable puppies
a cross of two different bloodlines that consistently produces superior offspring
a cross of two bloodlines that seems to produce superior results
Keywords:  shoplift
Shoplift (also Nicked)
My friend Mandy's husband. His existence helps me perpuate the stereotype that gay men want to seduce straight men. Mandy is aware of how fond I am of Nick and we joke about it.
Use this command if you want to change the nickname which identifies you in the channel.
Keywords:  bat, snick, trajectory, striker, faint
A minor surface problem with a gem as a result of damage. Will usually occur on the edge or at the junction of two facets.
A faint edge off the bat
a small deflection of the cricket ball off the edge of the striker's bat, usually not deviating much from the ball's trajectory, and often to the wicket-keeper for a catch; a snick. v.t. to hit the ball with the edge of the bat and produce a very fine deflection. The batsman nicked the ball to the keeper.
divide or reset the tail muscles of; "nick horses"
The division and resetting of the muscles under the tail to give and artificially high tail carriage. (See also Set Tail)
Short for nickname, the name used in a chat room by a participant. Usuall different from ones normal name.
I.e., nickname; the name by which the chatter identifies himself in (and to) the chat. A user nick may even be that user's real name (!).
shortened word for a nickname used while chatting.
Keywords:  chip, diamond, girdle, minor, stone
A minor chip on the surface of a diamond, usually found near or on the girdle of the stone.
see chip.
Small chip on a diamond usually as a result of contact with other stones.
Keywords:  rightly, juncture, hit, precise, dies
To hit at, or in, the nick; to touch rightly; to strike at the precise point or time.
A shot that hits the juncture of the floor and wall, and dies. Also, the juncture itself.
The name you use on message boards. It's generally a good idea to pick one and stick with it at every forum you post at, since it will help you build up a reputation and help other webmasters become familiar with you.
Short for nickname, used in multiplayer games, it's the name you pick yourself by which you are known (other than using your real name)
Keywords:  steal
Keywords:  tard, fucking, him
a fucking tard, me no like him
a dyslexic teenager who is constantly fighting with his family
Keywords:  livestock, mate
mate successfully; of livestock
Keywords:  prison
a long term student and instructor within the UKWCKFA
Keywords:  mark, coin, bumping, moment, contact
A particular point or place considered as marked by a nick; the exact point or critical moment.
A small mark on a coin usually caused by contact with a another coin.
A small mark on a coin caused by another coin bumping against it or by contact with a rough or sharp object.
Keywords:  saddle, tear, stitched, trimming, small
A small tear on the head of a saddle-stitched book that occurs during the trimming operation. to top
A small tear in a fabric.
Keywords:  irc, short, name
It is short for nickname, a name used on IRC.
Keywords:  evil, spirit, waters
An evil spirit of the waters.
Keywords:  rack, synonymous
Synonymous with rack
Keywords:  reckoning, score, keeping, account
A score for keeping an account; a reckoning.
Keywords:  impression, blow, surface
an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
Keywords:  corner, floor, wall, side, back
The corner between the side, or back wall and the floor.
Keywords:  style
To nickname; to style.