- From Middle English neve, neave, from Old English nefa ("nephew, grandson"), from Proto-Germanic *nefô (“nephew”), from Proto-Indo-European *nepoter-, *nepo- (“grandchild, sister's son”). Cognate with West Frisian neef ("cousin, nephew"), Dutch neef ("nephew"), Low German neve ("nephew"), German Neffe ("nephew"), Icelandic nefi ("kinsman"). Compare nift. See also nephew. (Wiktionary)
“A neve is a snow field at the head of a glacier that has yet to become compacted into glacier ice.”
“The consolidated snow is called neve, the grains of which are one-twenty-fifth to one hundredth of an inch in diameter, and, en masse, present a dazzling white appearance on account of the air spaces which occupy one-third to one-half of the whole.”
“Esquire is made for white color people who would neve in a thousand years think of gettin their hands dirty.”
“I believe it is true because I have had some instances where I have seen a humogous bass in this lake, yet have neve caught him.”
“Great tasting fish, Ive neve cooked them any way other than breaded and fried.”
“It will neve happen but Andy Stern should be tried fro crimes against the nation. kevin tx”
“But it would neve had been necessary if the DC folks had been wise enough to call in the experts up here in NYC. —”
“If I get bored or annoyed half-way through, I have no qualms to put the book down and neve pick it up again.”
“We have already seen what the party of NO wants for the people and it's neve.”
“You neve can tell, you might even pull up a big bass or a slow worked top water!”
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