Nigel

Nigel əl is an English masculine given name. The name is derived from the Latin Nigellus. This Latin word would seem to derive from the Latin niger, meaning `black`; however this is thought to be an example of an incorrect etymology created by French speaking clerics, who knew Latin as well, to translate the Norman first name Neel in the Latin .....
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Nigel

[bishop of Ely] Nigel (sometimes Nigel Poor or Nigel of Ely; {circa|lk=yes} 1100 – 1169) was an Anglo-Norman Bishop of Ely. He came from an ecclesiastical family; his uncle Roger of Salisbury was a bishop and government minister for King Henry I, and other relatives also held offices in the English Church and government. Nigel owed his ad...
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Nigel

Nigel is an English name for boys. The meaning is `victorious` The name Nigel is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (7 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Neilina, Nigella, Nigelia What do they use in other countries? Nile The name sounds like: Nagel, Naegel, Nicol, Nikhel See also: Neely
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Nigel

Nigel is British derogatory slang for an upper-class male.
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