Nicolaitans

Nicolaitans, a sect of heretics that arose in the Apostolic Church, presumed to have been a party of professing Christians of Gentile descent, who, after their profession, continued to take part in the heathen festivals, and to have contributed to break down the distinction between the Church and the world, so essential to the very existence of the faith they professed, founded, as it is, no less absolutely on No to the world than on Yea to God. See Everlasting No and Everlasting Yea.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Nicobar Islands * Nicole, Pierre
Nicaragua
Nice
Nice
Nicene Creed
Nicholas
Nicholas, St.
Nicholas I.
Nicholas II.
Nicholson, John
Nicobar Islands
Nicolaitans
Nicole, Pierre
Nicotine
Niebuhr, Barthold Georg
Niebuhr, Karsten
Niel, Adolphe
Niepee, Joseph Nicéphore
Niflheim
Niger
Nightingale, Florence
Nihilism

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Nicolaitans in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable