nicetee etymology

Middle English word nicetee comes from Latin ne- (Absolutely negates the principal meaning.), Latin sciendus, Latin nescio, Old French nicher, Old French nichier (To nest (of a bird, to build and maintain a nest).)

Detailed word origin of nicetee

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ne- Latin (lat) Absolutely negates the principal meaning.
sciendus Latin (lat)
nescio Latin (lat) I cannot, I do not know, I am ignorant, I do not understand.
nicher Old French (fro)
nichier Old French (fro) To nest (of a bird, to build and maintain a nest).
scius Latin (lat) Cognizant, knowing.
nescius Latin (lat) Not knowing how, unable (with infinitive). Unaware, ignorant (of a fact).
niche Old French (fro)
nice English (eng) Used to signify a job well done.. Used to signify approval. (dated) Very small and thus liable to not being noticed.. (now, rare) Particular in one's conduct; scrupulous, painstaking; choosy. [from 14th c.]. (obsolete) Doubtful, as to the outcome; risky. [16th-19th c.]. (obsolete) Particular as regards rules or qualities; strict. [16th-19th c.]. (obsolete) Silly, ignorant; foolish. [...]
niceté Old French (fro)
nicetee Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as nicetee

Descendants of ne-
necessarye necessite nice nyce nys