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Ne
Ne "Ne", conj. [See , adv.] Nor. [Obs.] -Shak. No niggard ne no fool. -Chaucer. {Ne . . . ne}, neither . . . nor. [Obs.] -Chaucer.
Ne
Ne "Ne", adv. [AS. ne. See .] Not; never. [Obs.] He never yet no villany ne said. -Chaucer. Note: Ne was formerly used as the universal adverb of negation, More…
Ne ne
Ne "Ne", conj. [See , adv.] Nor. [Obs.] -Shak. No niggard ne no fool. -Chaucer. {Ne . . . ne}, neither . . . nor. [Obs.] -Chaucer.
Ne exeat
Ne exeat "Ne` ex"e*at" [L. ne exeat regno let him not go out of the kingdom.] (Law) A writ to restrain a person from leaving the country, or the jurisdiction of the court. More…
Ne plus ultra
Ne plus ultra "Ne plus ul"tra" [L., no further; ne no, not + plus more + ultra beyond.] 1. The uttermost point to which one can go or attain; hence, the summit of More…
Ne Temere
Ne Temere "Ne Te"me*re" [So named from L. ne not + temere rashly, the first two words in the decree.] (R. C. Ch.) A decree of the Congregation of the Council declaring invalid More…
Ne'er
Ne'er "Ne'er" (? or ?), adv. a contraction of .
Ne'er-do-well
Ne'er-do-well "Ne'er"-do-well`", n. A person who never does, or fares, well; a good for nothing. The idle and dissolute ne'er-do-wells of their communities. More…
Neaf
Neaf "Neaf", n. See 2d . -Shak.
Neaf
Neif "Neif", Neaf "Neaf" (n[=e]f), n. [Icel. hnefi; akin to Dan. n[ae]ve, Sw. n["a]fve.] The fist. [Obs.] ``I kiss thy neif.'' ``Give me your neaf.'' -Shak.
Neal
Neal "Neal", v. t. To anneal. [R.] -Chaucer.
Neal
Neal "Neal", v. i. To be tempered by heat. [R.] -Bacon.
Neanderthal
Neanderthal "Ne*an"der*thal`", a. (Anthropol.) Of, pertaining to, or named from, the Neanderthal, a valley in the Rhine Province, in which were found parts of a skeleton of More…
Neanderthal race or man
Neanderthal race or man "Neanderthal race, or man", a species supposed to have been widespread in paleolithic Europe.
Neanderthaloid
Neanderthaloid "Ne*an`der*thal"oid", a. [Neanderthal + -oid.] (Anthropol.) Like, or pertaining to, the Neanderthal skull, or the type of man it represents.
Neap
Neap "Neap", n. [Cf. , .] The tongue or pole of a cart or other vehicle drawn by two animals. [U.S.]
Neap
Neap "Neap", a. [As. n[=e]pfl[=o]d neap flood; cf. hnipian to bend, incline.] Low. , the lowest tides of the lunar month, which occur in the second and fourth More…
Neap
Neap "Neap", n. A neap tide. High springs and dead neaps. -Harkwill.
neap tide
Tide "Tide", n. [AS. t[=i]d time; akin to OS. & OFries. t[=i]d, D. tijd, G. zeit, OHG. z[=i]t, Icel. t[=i]?, Sw. & Dan. tid, and probably to Skr. aditi unlimited, endless, More…
Neap tides
Neap "Neap", a. [As. n[=e]pfl[=o]d neap flood; cf. hnipian to bend, incline.] Low. , the lowest tides of the lunar month, which occur in the second and fourth More…
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