A fruit consisting of a hard or tough shell around an edible kernel
The hard kernel of such a fruit
A person's head
A small flat piece of metal or other material, typically square or hexagonal, with a threaded hole through it for screwing onto a bolt as a fastener
The part at the lower end of the bow of a violin or similar instrument, with a screw for adjusting the tension of the hair
vulgar. A crazy or eccentric person
A person who is excessively interested in or enthusiastic about a specified thing
a football nut
The fixed ridge on the neck of a stringed instrument over which the strings pass
usually large hard-shelled seed
Egyptian goddess of the sky
a small (usually square or hexagonal) metal block with internal screw thread to be fitted onto a bolt
en: half the width of an em
crackpot: a whimsically eccentric person
Newcastle upon Tyne (locally) (often shortened to Newcastle) is a city and metropolitan borough of Tyne and Wear, in North East England. ...
In rock climbing, a nut (or chock or chockstone) is a metal wedge threaded on a wire, used for protection by wedging it into a crack in the rock. Nuts come in a variety of sizes and styles, and several different brands are made by competing manufacturers. Most nuts are made out of aluminum. ...
A nut is a hard-shelled fruit of some plants having an indehiscent seed. While a wide variety of dried seeds and fruits are called nuts in English, only a certain number of them are considered by biologists to be true nuts. Nuts are an important source of nutrients for both humans and wildlife.
In the Ennead of Egyptian mythology, Nut (alternatively spelled Nuit, Newet, and Neuth) was the goddess of the sky. Her name is translated to mean Night and she is considered one of the oldest deities among the Egyptian pantheon, with her origins being found on the creation story of Heliopolis. ...
A nut is a type of hardware fastener with a threaded hole. Nuts are almost always used opposite a mating bolt to fasten a stack of parts together. The two partners are kept together by a combination of their threads' friction, a slight stretch of the bolt, and compression of the parts. ...
Nut is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics universe, based loosely on the Nut of Egyptian mythology.
(nuts) Testicles; A hand that can be proven unbeatable even when the hand's holder does not know any of the hidden cards the other poker players involved in a hand hold or held; Insane, mad; Crazy, mad; unusually pleased or, alternatively, angered; Indicates annoyance, anger, or ...
(Nuts) A hand that can’t be beaten no matter what follows.
(Nuts) telling someone they are full of nonsense
(Nuts) Fino and Amontillado Sherries and vins jaunes of the Jura area of France are intentionally oxidized wines; this will give them a nutty overtone. Some oak-aged Côte d'Or Chardonnays (Meursaults) display various nut-like over-tones. Also, General McAuliffe’s reply to the Wehrmacht at Bastogne.
(Nuts) This is a poker term meaning the best possible hand. Used in board games such as Texas Hold’em and Omaha mostly. If the board is showing 10, 9, 4, K, Q all off suit, the nuts would be A, J in your hand.
(NUTS) The Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) was established by Eurostat more than 25 years ago in order to provide a single uniform breakdown of territorial units for the production of regional statistics for the European Union. ...
(Nuts) green almonds, bitter almonds, chestnuts, hazelnuts, walnuts, horse chestnuts
(Nuts) At any time in the game, the “nuts” hand is the best hand in play.
(Nuts) A term referring to the best possible hand. For example, an Ace high flush on an unpaired board with no possibility of a straight flush would be the nuts, or the nut flush. “I had the nuts on the turn, but the river gave my opponent the nuts.”
(The Nuts) This poker term refers to the best possible card combination given the current community cards.
(Nuts) Best poker hand possible with the board exposed.
(Nuts) this is a term which can descibe the the best hand a player has based on the cards on the board.
(NUTS) Because of their taste and texture, nuts are used frequently in baking. But what makes nuts so delicious (their oils), can also be a problem - nut oil can go rancid, quickly. ...