a group of unknown people
We have to leave so we can meet Quisha n'em at the club
egg roll, kind of traditional Vietnamese food. It is including pork meat(if someone can't eat pork, they can use beef to replace), egg, Vietnamese mushroom, onion, some Vietnamese spice. All of them are mixed together and then they are rolled. Finally, frying them.
Jenny: Hey Trang, what will you prepare for the party in our class?
Trang: I am not sure, but may be my mom will help me prepare Nem and Pho which are the traditional Vietnamese food. I hope our class will like them because they are really special.
them; some other people; more than one
My cousin and nem went to the club last night and saw T.I.
pronoun: slang for "and them" or "others" that aren't present. usually added after a person's name to imply that the subject is accompanied by other people. The subject can be linked to this pronoun with the word "and" or sometimes not. used most often in southern parts of the United States.
Carla and "nem" are coming to dinner with us.
no, none, or any other word you want it to be. "nem" can be sung over and over to one's self quietly, as a sort of soothing word, like "bubbles"
"I'm not as think as you drunk i am, nem, nem, nem, nem..."
A Portuguese and Brazilian word that is used as an affectionate nickname used for pets and very small children. The 'm' in "Nem" is pronounced with a nazel sound, which sounds like an 'ng'. So Ne(ng).
Oh look at my Nem, he's so cute!
A nemisis or enemy. A person who is disliked and is not well received.
Alec: I can't wait to get away from my uni nems and go to Poland with my real friends.