Lough Neagh, a lake in Northern Ireland, in SW Co Antrim: the largest lake in the British Isles. Area: 388 sq km (150 sq miles)
shaking, or settlement, or descent, a town on the east side of Zebulun, not far from Rimmon (Josh. 19:13).
[neel] /nil/ noun 1. a male given name. v. 1530s, shortened form of anneal. Related: Nealed; nealing.
[nee-an-der-thawl, -tawl, -tahl; ney-ahn-der-tahl] /niˈæn dərˌθɔl, -ˌtɔl, -ˌtɑl; neɪˈɑn dərˌtɑl/ adjective 1. of or relating to . 2. (often lowercase) Informal. primitive, unenlightened, or reactionary; culturally or intellectually backward. noun 3. . 4. (often lowercase) Informal. /nɪˈændəˌtɑːl/ adjective 1. relating to or characteristic of Neanderthal man 2. primitive; uncivilized 3. (informal) ultraconservative; reactionary noun 4. […]
noun 1. a member of an extinct subspecies of powerful, physically robust humans, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, that inhabited Europe and western and central Asia c100,000–40,000 b.c. noun 1. a type of primitive man, Homo neanderthalensis, or H. sapiens neanderthalensis, occurring throughout much of Europe in late Palaeolithic times: it is thought that they did not […]