a product of the seeds of a tropical tree, Azadirachta indica, of the mahogany family, that disrupts reproduction in insects, used as an insecticide.
Also called neem tree, nim tree, margosa. the tree itself.
a large tree of India, Azadirachta indica, all parts of which are useful to man: the leaves act as a natural pesticide, the fruit and seeds yield a medicinal oil, the bark is used to make a tonic, and the trunk exudes a gum
[nee-nuh] /ˈni nə/ noun 1. a city in E Wisconsin.
[nee-en-sef-uh-lon, -luh n] /ˌni ɛnˈsɛf əˌlɒn, -lən/ noun, plural neencephalons, neencephala [nee-en-sef-uh-luh] /ˌni ɛnˈsɛf ə lə/ (Show IPA) 1. the more recent part of the brain in the evolutionary development of animals, including the cerebral cortex and its related structures.
[neep] /nip/ noun, Scot. 1. a turnip. /niːp/ noun 1. (Brit) a dialect name for a turnip n. “a turnip,” Scottish and dialectal, from Middle English nepe, from Old English næp “turnip,” from Latin napus (see turnip). negative end-expiratory pressure
/neep neep/ [onomatopoeic, from New York SF fandom] One who is fascinated by computers. Less specific than hacker, as it need not imply more skill than is required to boot games on a personal computer. The derived noun “neeping” applies specifically to the long conversations about computers that tend to develop in the corners at […]