[nek-suh s] /ˈnɛk səs/
noun, plural nexuses, nexus.
a means of connection; tie; link.
a connected series or group.
the core or center, as of a matter or situation.
Cell Biology. a specialized area of the cell membrane involved in intercellular communication and adhesion.
noun (pl) nexus
a means of connection between members of a group or things in a series; link; bond
a connected group or series
1660s, “bond, link, means of communication,” from Latin nexus “that which ties or binds together,” past participle of nectere “to bind,” from PIE root *ned- “to bind, tie” (see net (n.)).
nexus nex·us (něk’səs)
n. pl. nexus or nex·us·es
See gap junction.
[ney] /neɪ/ noun 1. Michel [mee-shel] /miˈʃɛl/ (Show IPA), Duke of Elchingen [el-khing-uh n] /ˈɛl xɪŋ ən/ (Show IPA), 1769–1815, French revolutionary and Napoleonic military leader: marshal of France 1805–15. /neɪ; French nɛ/ noun 1. Michel (miʃɛl), Duc d’Elchingen. 1769–1815, French marshal, who earned the epithet Bravest of the Brave at the battle of Borodino […]
[ney-uh-gah-wuh; Japanese ne-yah-gah-wah] /ˌneɪ əˈgɑ wə; Japanese nɛˈyɑ gɑ wɑ/ noun 1. a city in S Honshu, Japan: a suburb of Osaka.
- Nezelof type of thymic alymphoplasia
Nezelof type of thymic alymphoplasia Neze·lof type of thymic alymphoplasia (něz’lôf) n. See cellular immunodeficiency.
victory; pure, Ezra 2:54; Neh. 7:56.