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neah in the Bible

shaking, or settlement, or descent, a town on the east side of Zebulun, not far from Rimmon (Josh. 19:13).

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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  • I'll keep it fo'evah and evah to remembah how neah I came to bein' eaten up by yo' bea'h.

    Two Little Knights of Kentucky Annie Fellows Johnston
  • And I don't mind telling yah now—though it was a neah thing—it's I who am the winnah!'

  • The true forms are positive, neah; comparative, neah-er; superlative, neah-est.

    A Handbook of the English Language Robert Gordon Latham
  • Now, them wages owin' to Pete Mateese, neah's we c'n calc'late, it's fo'teen months at five dollahs a day.

    Connie Morgan in Alaska James B. Hendryx
  • As neah as I can make out from the—the undigested po'tion of this ticket, yo' numba is six.

    Excuse Me! Rupert Hughes
  • Den Ah kin be neah by anhe stopped, and, if his face had been full of apprehension before, it now became transformed with anxiety.

    Secret Service Cyrus Townsend Brady
  • neah's I c'n make out, it means about three or fo' hund'ed miles of trail—but we got to tackle it.

    Connie Morgan in Alaska James B. Hendryx

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