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Negro (old-fashioned) relating to a Black person or Black people. [2 definitions]
Negro leagues former U.S. baseball leagues in which all players were Black. The Negro leagues were at their peak from the 1920s to the early 1950s. In the late 1940s, Black players began to be asked to join the U.S. major leagues and eventually the Negro leagues disappeared.
neigh to make the sound of a horse; whinny. [2 definitions]
neighbor a person who lives close to someone else. [4 definitions]
neighborhood the part of a town or city in which one lives, or an area in a city or town that is distinctive because a particular community lives there or because the area has a special character. [2 definitions]
neighboring located close by or next to something.
neighborly like a kind neighbor; friendly or helpful.
neighbour a spelling of "neighbor" used in Canada and Britain. See "neighbor" for more information.
neighbourhood a spelling of "neighborhood" used in Canada and Britain. See "neighborhood" for more information.
neighbourly a spelling of "neighborly" used in Canada and Britain. See "neighborly" for more information.
neither not one or the other of two; not either (usually paired with "nor" in a sentence). [3 definitions]
neon a gas that is one of the chemical elements. Neon is used in making electric signs, because it glows orange when an electric current passes through it. (symbol: Ne) [2 definitions]
Nepal a country in southern Asia. Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal.
nephew the son of one's brother or sister; the son of one's brother-in-law or sister-in-law.
Neptune the god of the sea in Roman mythology. Neptune had control of the tides. In Greek mythology, Neptune is called Poseidon. [2 definitions]
nerd a person who chooses to spend a lot of time doing one activity, often in a technical field such as computers, math, or science.
nerve any of the fibers that carry messages to and from the brain and other parts of the body. Nerves are bundled together into a complicated system that connects all parts of the body to the spinal cord and brain. [3 definitions]
nervous of or having to do with the nerves. [3 definitions]
nervous system the system of nerves and nerve centers in most animals with more than one cell.
-ness a suffix that means "condition."
nest a structure used by a bird to lay eggs and rear young. Nests are built in trees and other protected places using materials such as twigs and mud. [5 definitions]