a Boolean operator that returns a positive result when both operands are negative.
/nɔː; unstressed nə/
conjunction, preposition (coordinating)
(used to join alternatives) neither … nor, and not: neither measles nor mumps
foll by an auxiliary verb or have, do, or be used as main verbs. (and) not … either: they weren’t talented — nor were they particularly funny
(dialect) than: better nor me
(poetic) neither: nor wind nor rain
c.1300, contraction of Middle English nauther (see neither). Influenced in form by or.
NOT OR (logical operator)
[nawrs] /nɔrs/ adjective 1. of or relating to ancient Scandinavia, its inhabitants, or their language. 2. (def 1). noun 3. (used with a plural verb) the , especially the ancient . 4. (used with a plural verb) the Northmen or ancient Scandinavians generally. 5. the language, especially in its older forms. /nɔːs/ adjective 1. of, […]
[nawrs-muh n] /ˈnɔrs mən/ noun, plural Norsemen. 1. . /ˈnɔːsmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. another name for a Viking
- Norse mythology
The mythology of Scandinavia, which was also widespread in Germany and Britain until the establishment there of Christianity. For the people and places most important in Norse mythology, see Odin, Thor, trolls, and Valhalla.
[nawr-stad, -stahd] /ˈnɔr stæd, -stɑd/ noun 1. Lauris [lawr-is,, lohr-] /ˈlɔr ɪs,, ˈloʊr-/ (Show IPA), 1907–1988, U.S. Air Force general: Supreme Allied Commander of NATO 1956–63.