articles of dress round or at the .
articles of clothing, such as ties, scarves, etc, worn around the neck
necrectomy ne·crec·to·my (nĭ-krěk’tə-mē, ně-) n. Surgical removal of necrosed tissue.
1. a combining form meaning “the dead,” “corpse,” “dead tissue,” used in the formation of compound words: necrology. combining form 1. indicating death, a dead body, or dead tissue: necrology, necrophagous, necrosis before vowels, necr-, word-forming element meaning “death, corpse, dead tissue,” from comb. form of Greek nekros “dead body, corpse, dead person,” from PIE […]
[neeth, neeth] /niθ, nið/ preposition, Chiefly Literary. 1. . /niːθ/ preposition 1. (archaic) short for beneath 1787, poetic shortening of beneath (q.v.).
[neet] /nit/ adjective, neater, neatest. 1. in a pleasingly orderly and clean condition: a neat room. 2. habitually orderly and clean in appearance or habits: a neat person. 3. of a simple, pleasing appearance, style, design, etc.: a neat cottage. 4. cleverly effective in character or execution: a neat scheme; a neat solution. 5. Slang. […]