Nifle

Ni´fle

    (nĭf´'l)
n.1.A trifle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It is primarily an investment that increases the company's development step by step (Nifle, 1994).
I guess thae's bin wearin' thi brass o' bits o' dainty nifles i'th teawn, makes thou so tickle abeawt th' stomach to-neet?
(7.) "The grete galees of Venees and Florence/ Be wel ladene with thynges of complacence/ All spicerye and of grocers ware,/ Wyth swete wynes, all manarer of chaffare,/ Apes, and japes, and marmusettes tailed,/ Nifles, trifles, that litelle have availed." T.