Definition of nimble in English:

nimble

Syllabification: nim·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈnimbəl
 
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adjective (nimbler, nimblest)

Origin

Old English nǣmel 'quick to seize or comprehend', related to niman 'take', of Germanic origin. The -b- was added for ease of pronunciation.

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