[nek-er; German ne-kahr] /ˈnɛk ər; German ˈnɛ kɑr/
a river in SW Germany, flowing N and NE from the Black Forest, then W to the Rhine River. 246 miles (395 km) long.
a river in SW Germany, rising in the Black Forest and flowing generally north into the Rhine at Mannheim. Length: 394 km (245 miles)
[nek-band] /ˈnɛkˌbænd/ noun 1. a band of cloth at the neck of a garment. 2. a band, especially one of ornamental design, worn around the neck, affixed to a bottle, etc. /ˈnɛkˌbænd/ noun 1. a band around the neck of a garment as finishing, decoration, or a base for a collar
[nek-klawth, -kloth] /ˈnɛkˌklɔθ, -ˌklɒθ/ noun, plural neckcloths [nek-klawth z, -kloth z, -klawths, -kloths] /ˈnɛkˌklɔðz, -ˌklɒðz, -ˌklɔθs, -ˌklɒθs/ (Show IPA). Obsolete. 1. (def 2). /ˈnɛkˌklɒθ/ noun 1. a large ornamental usually white cravat worn formerly by men
[nekt] /nɛkt/ adjective 1. having a of a kind specified (usually used in combination): a square-necked blouse. [nek] /nɛk/ noun 1. the part of the body of an animal or human being that connects the head and the trunk. 2. the part of a garment encircling, partly covering, or closest to the neck; . 3. […]
[nek-er; French ne-ker] /ˈnɛk ər; French nɛˈkɛr/ noun 1. Jacques [zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1732–1804, French statesman, born in Switzerland. /ˈnɛkə; French nɛkɛr/ noun 1. Jacques (ʒak). 1732–1804, French financier and statesman, born in Switzerland; finance minister of France (1777–81; 1788–90). He attempted to reform the fiscal system and in 1789 he recommended summoning the […]