Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to nihil

References in periodicals archive ?
Sensing her fragility, her uncannily aware older brother, Nihil, yearns to but cannot protect her, even as he befriends old Mr.
There is nothing in common between nihil and created being (indeed, nihil cannot not be spoken of as a subject), not even a common time, since time originates with the world.
Andrew Lazar of Mad Chance will produce the movie with Depp and his Infinitum Nihil partner Christi Dembrowski.
The book was edited and introduced by presidential historian Douglas Brinkley and Johnny Depp, and published on Depp's imprint, Infinitum Nihil.
Under the Nihil by Andy Nowicki (San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2011)
Johnny will also co-produce the as-yet-untitled movie, written by Steve Pink and Jeff Morris, with his Infinitum Nihil partner Christi Dembrowski.
Ironic then, that the community has as its motto on Govan Town Hall - Nihil Sine Labore - nothing without work.
Beginning with the philosophical observation at the heart of Murphy--Arnold Geulincx's Ubi nihil vales, ibi nihil veles: "where you are worth nothing, there you should want nothing"--Beckett sets about revealing in his postwar fiction "the full bewilderment of ignorance regained.
Well, the O'Keeffe motto written under the tongue of each shoe is "Forte et Fideli Nihil Difficile" -- to the brave and faithful nothing is difficult.
In Latin' "Ex nihil nihil fit" - "from nothing nothing comes".
Canon law still recommends that Catholic works concerning scripture, theology, church history, or morality be submitted to the local ordinary for a nihil obstat ("nothing forbids") and imprimatur ("let it be printed") before publication, although in practice only a minority of books religion texts, prayer books, or other official collections--go through that process.
The film is produced by Depp's production company, Infinitum Nihil.
Barberini's epitaph: Hic jacet pulvis, cinis et nihil.
Gabriel Rosenstock, 'Mussolini ag dul ar Neamh', Nihil Obstat (Baile Atha Cliath: Coisceim, 1984).