Neer



[ney] /neɪ/

adjective
1.
born (placed after the name of a married woman to introduce her maiden name):
Madame de Staël, nee Necker.
[nair] /nɛər/
adverb, Literary.
1.
.
/neɪ/
adjective
1.
indicating the maiden name of a married woman: Mrs Bloggs née Blandish
/nɛə/
adverb
1.
a poetic contraction of never

introducing the maiden name of a married woman, 1758, from French née, fem. past participle of naître “born,” from Latin natus, past participle of nasci “to be born” (Old Latin gnasci; see genus).

c.1200, contraction of never.

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