What is the NISH?

Language is flexible.  It’s fluid.  Alive.

New words and slang terms are invented almost daily.

nish:

At the height of its popularity, in 1810, the word nish meant “nothing.”  Literally.  Nothing.  Collins Dictionary

According to Urban Dictionarynish, could mean anything from “a mysterious individual” to “awesome.”

But here, it’s none of those.

Simply put, “the NISH” is a slang term for SpaNISH.

The brainchild of a former high school Spanish student.

“Hey, you ready for the NISH today?”

Or

“What class are you headed to?”

“I’m headed to the NISH.”

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You ready for the NISH?

 

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