Definitions for nancyˈnæn si; Fr. nɑ̃ˈsi
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Nan•cyˈnæn si; Fr. nɑ̃ˈsi(n.)
a city in NE France. 306,982.
Category: Geography (places)
a city in northeastern France in Lorraine
An effeminate man, especially a homosexual.
A city in NE France.
Origin: Medieval diminutive of Ann and Agnes.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
capital of the department of Meurthe-et-Moselle, North-East France, is prettily situated amid woodland scenery on the river Meurthe, 220 m. E. of Paris; the new town is spaciously laid out, while the old town, narrowed in its streets, has many interesting old buildings, e. g. the cathedral, the 16th-century palace; there is a university, and an active trade in embroidered cambric and muslin, besides cotton and woollen goods, &c.
The Roycroft Dictionary
A person of neither sex, who yet combines the bad qualities of both.