NEP

Etymology 1

Noun

nep (usually uncountable, plural neps)

Catmint, catnip; Nepeta cataria.

Etymology 2

Noun

nep (plural neps)

(UK, dialect) A knot in a fibre of cotton.

Anagrams

• PEN, PNe, Pen, pen

Proper noun

NEP

Initialism of New Economic Policy.

Initialism of National Energy Program.

Initialism of National Election Pool.

Noun

NEP

Initialism of noise-equivalent power.

Initialism of nanosatellite engineering professional.

Anagrams

• PEN, PNe, Pen, pen

Noun

Nep (plural Neps)

(informal, ethnic slur, derogatory, offensive) Nepali

Anagrams

• PEN, PNe, Pen, pen

Source: Wiktionary


Nep, n. Etym: [Abbrev. fr. Nepeta.] (Bot.)

Definition: Catnip.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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According to Guinness World Records, the largest iced coffee is 14,228.1 liters and was created by Caffé Bene (South Korea), in Yangju, South Korea, on 17 July 2014. They poured iced black Americano on the giant cup that measured 3.3 meters tall and 2.62 meters wide.

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