Ni"ding (n&imac;"d&icr;ng), n. [Written also nithing.] [AS. n&imac;&edh;ing, fr. n&imac;&edh; wickness, malice, hatred.]

A coward; a dastard; -- a term of utmost opprobrium.

[Obs.]

He is worthy to be called a niding. Howell.

 

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