[nee-oh-ney-tol-uh-jee] /ˌni oʊ neɪˈtɒl ə dʒi/
the study of the development and disorders of newborn children.
the branch of medicine concerned with the development and disorders of newborn babies
branch of medicine concerned with newborn infants, 1960, from neonate “recently born infant” + -ology.
neonatology ne·o·na·tol·o·gy (nē’ō-nā-tŏl’ə-jē)
The branch of pediatrics that deals with the diseases and care of newborns. Also called neonatal medicine.
The branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and care of newborn infants.
[nee-oh-naht-see, -nat-] /ˈni oʊˈnɑt si, -ˈnæt-/ noun, plural neo-Nazis. (since 1945) 1. a person who belongs to a political organization whose beliefs are inspired by or reminiscent of Nazism.
noun 1. a gas-discharge bulb containing two electrodes in neon gas and emitting a glow when a voltage is applied across the electrodes. noun 1. a glass bulb or tube containing neon at low pressure that gives a pink or red glow when a voltage is applied
/ˌniːəʊˈnwɑː/ adjective 1. (of a film) set in contemporary modern times, but showing characteristics of a film noir, in plot or style adjective, noun influenced by and reviving the style of film noir; a film or piece of literature that is styled on film noir Examples L.A. Confidential is an example of neo-noir film.
noun 1. a small, brightly colored red and blue characin fish, Pracheirodon innesi, native to parts of the Amazon basin: a popular aquarium fish.