They are not very nice, they are all for themselves," she said.
What does NVN stand for?
NVN stands for Not Very Nice
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of NVN
We have 11 other meanings of NVN in our Acronym Attic
- Night Vision Multi-Task
- Non-Volatile Memory Technology
- Non-Volatile Memory Technology Symposium
- Northern Vermont Macintosh User Group
- National Videotex Network
- Natuurfotografen Verbond Nederland (Dutch: Nature Photographers Association Netherlands)
- Never Winter Nights (game)
- New Ventures Network
- Nishikigoi Vereniging Nederland (Dutch: Nishikigoi Association Netherlands; Japanese fish)
- Nisqually Valley News (Washington)
- Nonlinear Vector Network Analyzer
- Norwell Visiting Nurse Association (Norwell, MA)
- Nippon Volunteer Network Active in Disaster (Japan)
- New Virus Naming Convention (computers)
- Neurotropic Velogenic Newcastle Disease
- Neque Vendetur, Neque Donabitur, Neque Pignori Obligabitur (Latin: will not sell it, give it or pledge it)
- Neurotropic Velogenic Newcastle Disease Virus
- Non-Voice Non-Geostationary
- Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained
- Nederlandse Vereniging Nurse Practitioners (Dutch: Dutch Association of Nurse Practitioners)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When I go to his office to talk to him about it, it turned out he was not very nice, so I terminated the meeting by turning to him and saying, “Mr.
It is not very nice to have it on the doorstep of children.
Rupert Everett, drinking and drugging, destroying his chiseled good looks and recklessly putting his life in danger, as Paul, a bisexual London criminal of some sort who owes money to some not very nice people.
Dea Armilli added: "It's not very nice -- I wouldn't want one of my relative's graves to have a car parked on top.
It's not very nice, said Jack Valenti, president of the Motion Picture Association of America.
``They are not very nice insects,'' Holzer confesses.
It's not very nice," said resident Pat Kellogg, one of a dozen homeowners fighting a losing battle to keep their lawns free of dog droppings.