Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Not of; nor of.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A contraction of ne of, not of or nor of.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "I haan 'nof'n ter do wid dat; dat 'longs to dem as made it; none o' my lookout; dono nof'n 'bout it, an 'doan' want ter hear nof'n about it!" said Flor; for, reasoning on the old adage of a bird in the hand being worth two in the bush, she thought it more important just at present to save her body than to save her soul, admitting that she had one, and felt haste to be of more behoof than metaphysics.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 96, October 1865

  • For that an over worked police is one nof the reasons.

    Orissa Cabinet approves Law against attack on Doctors

  • With the possible exception nof Williams, who has become borderline, which one is the most "liberal?"

    A terribly painful conversation.

  • This digitisation project was supported by “the New Opportunity Fund (NOF)” and as such bases its digitisation standards upon the nof-digitise technical standards and guidelines.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Once a voice of restraint and reason, Sullivan now specializes in shrill panic: mercurial ranting full nof operatic arguments, steeped in bad faith, aimed at people he once praised (including yours truly).

    MagRack: Jonah Goldberg Searches His Conservative Soul

  • To learn more, visit nof. org and click on "Bone Tool Kit."

    The Best In...

  • "But one in two women over 50 will suffer a fracture in her remaining years, so get evaluated, and treated if you need it," says Dr. Ethel Siris, president of the National Osteoporosis Foundation (nof. org).

    Be Good To Your Bones

  • La Opinion is the sister publicatio nof the Times?

    Mayor Sam's Endorsements for the Primary

  • Although there are monsters in the story and not all of them are the deformed children this isn't exactly a horror story; it falls into a traditio nof stories that I've always refered to as 'American Gothic'--tales of secrets and evil and things not quite right in small towns and rural communities.

    Quick GN Reviews

  • Many religiously motivated evolution opponents somehow think that anything that does not favor their very literal versio nof religion must itself be religion.

    Discovery's Luskin and Witt: "let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth" - The Panda's Thumb

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