Etymology
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nicker (v.)

"to neigh," 1774, Scottish and North of England dialect, of imitative origin (see neigh). Related: Nickered; nickering.

updated on June 12, 2019

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Definitions of nicker from WordNet
1
nicker (v.)
make a characteristic sound, of a horse;
Synonyms: neigh / whicker / whinny
2
nicker (n.)
the characteristic sounds made by a horse;
Synonyms: neigh / whicker / whinny
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