What is the meaning of the word broom?

What is the meaning of the word broom?

(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : any of various leguminous shrubs (especially genera Cytisus and Genista) with long slender branches, small leaves, and usually showy yellow flowers especially : scotch broom. 2 : a bundle of firm stiff twigs or fibers bound together on a long handle especially for sweeping.

What does Nigel mean in Spanish?

Nigel is largely used in the English and Spanish languages, and it is derived from Celtic origins. It is derived from the element 'niadh' meaning champion, cloud, passionate. ... A variant of Nigel in other languages is Niguel (Spanish).

How do you say escoba in English?

  1. broom, the ~ Noun.
  2. besom, the ~ Noun.

What does Rabona mean in Spanish?

feminine noun. hacer (la) rabona (School) to play truant ⧫ skip school ⧫ play hookey (esp US) (informal) 2. ( Latin America) (= prostituta) camp follower.

What is escoba?

Escoba is a variant of the Italian fishing card game Scopa, which means "broom", a name that refers to the situation in the game where all of the cards from the board are "swept" in one turn. The game is usually played with a deck of traditional Spanish playing cards, called naipes.

Is Nigel a black name?

Etymology. The name is derived from the church Latin Nigellus. This Latin word would at first sight seem to derive from the classical Latin nigellus (meaning dark or somewhat black), which is derived from niger, meaning "black".

What does the name Nigel mean biblically?

Nigel Name Meaning in English Nigel is a christian boy name and it is an English originated name with multiple meanings. Nigel name meaning is champion and the associated lucky number is 11.

Is Nigel a boy or girl name?

Nigel: It's a boy! Since 1880, a total of 9,798 boys have been given the name Nigel while we have no record of any girls being named Nigel.

Where did the name Nigel come from?

Origin of the name Nigel: Evolution of the Scandinavian Njal, which originated from the Irish Niall, a name derived from the Gaelic néall (cloud) or niadh (champion). The Scandinavians took the name to Normandy, where it was Latinized as Nigellus. The Normans then introduced the name to England, where it became Nigel.

How do you say Nigel?

2 syllables: "NY" + "juhl"

How do you spell nodule?

A nodule is a growth of abnormal tissue. Nodules can develop just below the skin.

Which country is Nigel?

South Africa