[noo-fang-guh ld, -fang-, nyoo-] /ˈnuˈfæŋ gəld, -ˌfæŋ-, ˈnyu-/
of a new kind or fashion:
fond of or given to novelty.
newly come into existence or fashion, esp excessively modern
(rare) excessively fond of new ideas, fashions, etc
late 15c., “addicted to novelty,” literally “ready to grasp at all new things,” from adj. newefangel “fond of novelty” (late 14c.), from new + -fangel “inclined to take,” from root of Old English fon “to capture” (see fang). Sense of “lately come into fashion” first recorded 1530s.
[noo-fash-uh nd, nyoo-] /ˈnuˈfæʃ ənd, ˈnyu-/ adjective 1. lately come into fashion; made in a new style, fashion, etc. 2. up-to-date; modern; progressive. adjective 1. of or following a recent design, trend, etc
noun, (sometimes initial capital letters) U.S. Government. 1. a plan, announced in 1969, to turn over the control of some federal programs to state and local governments and institute block grants, revenue sharing, etc. noun a policy plan to turn over the control of some US federal programs to state and local governments and provision […]
- Nevus vascularis
nevus vascularis nevus vas·cu·lar·is (vās’kyə-lâr’ĭs) or nevus vas·cu·lo·sus (-lō’səs) n. A congenital red-colored nevus that is irregular in shape and that is caused by an overgrowth of the cutaneous capillaries.
- Nevus unius lateris
nevus unius lateris nevus u·ni·us lat·er·is (yōō-nī’əs lāt’ər-ĭs, yōō’nē-əs) n. A congenital linear nevus limited to one side of the body or to portions of the extremities on one side of the body.