a river in NE China, flowing S across Manchuria to the Sungari River. 725 miles (1170 km) long.
[ney-ney] /ˈneɪ neɪ/ noun, plural nene. 1. a barred, gray-brown wild goose, Nesochen sandvicensis, native to Hawaii, where it is the state bird. /ˈneɪˌneɪ/ noun 1. a rare black-and-grey short-winged Hawaiian goose, Branta sandvicensis, having partly webbed feet
[nen-ets] /ˈnɛn ɛts/ noun, plural Nentsi, Nentsy [nent-see] /ˈnɛnt si/ (Show IPA). (especially collectively) Nenets. 1. a member of a reindeer-herding Uralic people of far northern European Russia and adjacent areas of Siberia as far as the Yenisei River delta. 2. the Samoyedic language of the Nenets.
[nen-nee] /ˈnɛn ni/ noun 1. Pietro [pye-traw] /ˈpyɛ trɔ/ (Show IPA), 1891–1980, Italian socialist leader and author.
1. near-earth object. 1. a combining form meaning “new,” “recent,” “revived,” “modified,” used in the formation of compound words: neo-Darwinism; Neolithic; neoorthodoxy; neophyte. 2. Chemistry. a combining form used in the names of isomers having a carbon atom attached to four carbon atoms: neoarsphenamine. combining form 1. (sometimes capital) new, recent, or a new or […]