Two cup-bearers stand ready with wine and in a prominent position upon the board stands a nef.
The "nef," or model of a ship, was of frequent use as an article of table plate.
He nearly overcame me after he had slain nef, the son of Ponda, and had rent him in pieces.
The "nef" jewel, of which we have spoken, was also a favourite one.
The Blanche nef struck on one of the rocks, and immediately began to fill.
Many of the best-known collections contain examples of these "nef" or "navette" pendants.
Et cum li hom qui erent en la mer (nef) eurent ueu le miracle .
There is a nef introduced in the famous Nancy tapestry (fifteenth century) of precisely the same construction.
Nephalism, nef′a-lizm, n. total abstinence from alcoholic drinks.
I was maker von vagons in Carlsruhe, und I nef'r gedt home again.