MEANING: noun: 1. A miser.
2. A ship’s purser (an official in charge of money matters).

ETYMOLOGY: From nip (pinch, snip), probably from Middle Dutch nipen (to pinch) + cheese, from Old English cese (cheese). Earliest documented use: 1785. Also see cheeseparing.

NIPCHEESS - Hey! Who stole my knight?

NICHE-ESE - the language of specially-fitting places

NAPCHEESE - cheese high in melatonin, said to have soporific properties