[neg-ri-tood, -tyood, nee-gri-] /ˈnɛg rɪˌtud, -ˌtyud, ˈni grɪ-/
noun, (sometimes lowercase) Older Use: Often Offensive.
the historical, cultural, and social heritage considered common to black people collectively.
the fact of being a Negro
awareness and cultivation of the Negro heritage, values, and culture
1950, from French négritude; see negro + -tude. Supposedly coined by young authors in the French colonies of Africa before World War II.
[ney-groh; Spanish ne-graw; Portuguese ne-groo] /ˈneɪ groʊ; Spanish ˈnɛ grɔ; Portuguese ˈnɛ grʊ/ noun 1. a river in NW South America, flowing SE from E Colombia through N Brazil into the Amazon. 1400 miles (2255 km) long. 2. a river in S Argentina, flowing E from the Andes to the Atlantic. 700 miles (1125 km) […]
[nee-groid] /ˈni grɔɪd/ adjective 1. Anthropology. (no longer in technical use) of, relating to, or characteristic of the peoples traditionally classified as the Negro race, especially those who originate in sub-Saharan Africa. noun 2. Older Use: Usually Offensive. a member of such peoples. /ˈniːɡrɔɪd/ adjective 1. denoting, relating to, or belonging to a darker-compexioned supposed […]
[nee-groh-ahyz] /ˈni groʊˌaɪz/ verb (used with object), Negroized, Negroizing. (sometimes lowercase) Rare: Often Offensive. 1. to cause to include black people or to have the qualities or characteristics of black people: efforts to Negroize the team. 2. to infuse or imbue with Negroism.
[ni-groh-nee] /nɪˈgroʊ ni/ noun, plural negronis. 1. a cocktail made from sweet vermouth, gin, and bitters.