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VerbEdit

neese (third-person singular simple present neeses, present participle neesing, simple past and past participle neesed)

  1. Alternative form of neeze

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Irish anís, from an- + ís.

PronunciationEdit

AdverbEdit

neese

  1. up, upwards (from a low position to a higher one)
  2. from below
  3. from the north
  4. from an inferior position in life
    • Dobbree eh roishyn neese.He worked his way up.
  5. (of growth) up

Usage notesEdit

Neese implies upward movement toward the speaker (or some contextually relevant reference point); it contrasts with seose, which implies upward movement away from the speaker (or reference point).

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