[ US /naɪˈdʒɪɹiən/ ]
  1. of or relating to the people of Nigeria
    a Nigerian novelist won the Nobel Prize for literature this year
  2. of or relating to Nigeria
    the Nigerian capital used to be Lagos
  1. a native or inhabitant of Nigeria
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How To Use Nigerian In A Sentence

  • These include a nice Nigerian guy who sells the best roast chicken around (he did this in Paris as well), a couple of Egyptians and a Tunisian who make great chicken shawarma and a couple of Turkish guys who do the same with beef.
  • Nigerians jubilated, that is the truth, even in his compound. Vanguard
  • Nigerian government of what it called blatant contempt for the rule of law. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Upon entering the dark galleries, one is welcomed by some remarkable exemplars of Nok terracottas and Ife heads on loan from the Nigerian National Museum, Lagos, and the Ife Museum.
  • Nigerian starlet Justice Christopher could be the next player to win a place in Kevin Keegan's Maine Road blueprint.
  • Now they are bent to the task of creating the first Nigerian pages on the university's Web server.
  • Much maligned for much of the season, the Nigerian coped well when drafted into a central defensive role. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jonathan won his own four-year mandate in elections last month, and took the oath of office Sunday from Nigerian Chief Justice Aloysius Katsina-Alu.
  • Ben Okri is a Nigerian-born poet and novelist.
  • Security officials say they have evidence that Gadhafi—who bankrolled insurrections across West Africa, including Nigerian oil militants—funneled money to Boko Haram's most hostile leaders. New Attacks Threaten Nigeria's Future
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