[ney-ber-hoo d] /ˈneɪ bərˌhʊd/
the area or region around or near some place or thing; vicinity:
the kids of the neighborhood; located in the neighborhood of Jackson and Vine streets.
a district or locality, often with reference to its character or inhabitants:
a fashionable neighborhood; to move to a nicer neighborhood.
a number of persons living near one another or in a particular locality:
The whole neighborhood was there.
neighborly feeling or conduct.
to sense the neighborhood of trouble.
Mathematics. an open set that contains a given point.
in the neighborhood of, approximately; nearly; about:
She looks to be in the neighborhood of 70.
mid-15c., “neighborly conduct, friendliness,” from neighbor (n.) + -hood. Modern sense of “community of people who live close together” is first recorded 1620s. Phrase in the neighborhood of meaning “near, somewhere about” is first recorded 1857, American English. The Old English word for “neighborhood” was neahdæl.
noun 1. a neighborhood surveillance program or group in which residents keep watch over one another’s houses, patrol the streets, etc., in an attempt to prevent crime. noun a local organization or program to discourage crime by relying on the vigilance of the residents See crime watch
[ney-ber-ing] /ˈneɪ bər ɪŋ/ adjective 1. situated or living near; adjacent: to visit the neighboring towns. [ney-ber] /ˈneɪ bər/ noun 1. a person who lives near another. 2. a person or thing that is near another. 3. one’s fellow human being: to be generous toward one’s less fortunate neighbors. 4. a person who shows kindliness […]
[ney-ber-lee] /ˈneɪ bər li/ adjective 1. having or showing qualities befitting a ; friendly. adj. 1550s, from neighbor (n.) + -ly (1). Earlier as an adverb (1520s), while an earlier adjective form was neighborlike (late 15c.). Related: Neighborliness, which ousted earlier neighborship (mid-15c.).
[ney-ber] /ˈneɪ bər/ noun 1. a person who lives near another. 2. a person or thing that is near another. 3. one’s fellow human being: to be generous toward one’s less fortunate neighbors. 4. a person who shows kindliness or helpfulness toward his or her fellow humans: to be a neighbor to someone in distress. […]