[nev-er-th uh-les] /ˌnɛv ər ðəˈlɛs/
nonetheless; notwithstanding; however; in spite of that:
a small but nevertheless important change.
in spite of that; however; yet
c.1300, neuer þe lesse; as one word from early 14c., neuerþeles. The sense of never here is “not at all; none the,” as in unmerged expressions such as never the wiser, never the worse. Middle English also had neverthelater in same sense.
n. “person who never amounted to anything,” 1911, from never + was; probably coined to go with used-to-be. noun A person who never succeeded or captured notice; loser [1950s+; based on has-been]
[ney-vey] /neɪˈveɪ/ noun 1. granular snow accumulated on high mountains and subsequently compacted into glacial ice. 2. a field of such snow. /ˈnɛveɪ/ noun 1. Also called firn. a mass of porous ice, formed from snow, that has not yet become frozen into glacier ice 2. a snowfield at the head of a glacier that […]
[nee-vuh s] /ˈni vəs/ noun, plural nevi [nee-vahy] /ˈni vaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. any congenital anomaly of the skin, including moles and various types of birthmarks. /ˈniːvəs/ noun (pl) -vi (-vaɪ) 1. the usual US spelling of naevus nevus ne·vus (nē’vəs) n. pl. ne·vi (-vī’)
[Sephardic Hebrew nuh-vee-eem; Ashkenazic Hebrew nuh-vee-im] /Sephardic Hebrew nə viˈim; Ashkenazic Hebrew nəˈvi ɪm/ noun, Hebrew. 1. the Prophets, being the second of the three Jewish divisions of the Old Testament.