from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See 2d neif.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The fist or hand.
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'If ye gar me gie ye a look, 'twill gie ye the creepin's while ye live; so git ye doun, Tom;' and with that the dobby lifts its neaf, and Tom saw there was a red light round horse and man, like the glow of a peat fire.
Sweet knight, I kiss thy neaf: what! we have seen the seven stars.
*tinytendrils twitch near teh twap door unner neaf grmelin*
*bpttt* teh teenytinee sound ob my brane splorting undeh neaf teh PPH