nik Wallenda is set to be the first person to walk across the Grand Canyon on a tightrope.
So, tell me nik, how are you preparing mentally for this walk?
nik Leka's brother walked off with the letter for Ali Bey at midnight.
This nik Leka had a little adventure recently in the bazaar of Scutari.
Meanwhile nik Leka looked on benignantly as he put away the cakes in a way that surprised us.
Now nik Leka's brother has also brought this news from Gussinje.
At the end of the room stood now a huge archaic nik, with outstretched peplum and soaring wings.
nik Leka has one vanity—he likes to be called a diplomatist.
Lychnic, lik′nik, n. a part of the vespers of the Greek Church on the occasion of a vigil.
So he had again sent for the local nik, and charged him to assure all of his sympathy and sorrow.
used to form nouns A person involved in, described by, or doing what is indicated: beatnik/ computernik/ peacenik/ no-goodnik
[1940s+; fr Yiddish fr Russian and other Slavic languages]