shaking, or settlement, or descent, a town on the east side of Zebulun, not far from Rimmon (Josh. 19:13).
I'll keep it fo'evah and evah to remembah how neah I came to bein' eaten up by yo' bea'h.
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.
Now, them wages owin' to Pete Mateese, neah's we c'n calc'late, it's fo'teen months at five dollahs a day.
As neah as I can make out from the—the undigested po'tion of this ticket, yo' numba is six.
Den Ah kin be neah by anhe stopped, and, if his face had been full of apprehension before, it now became transformed with anxiety.
neah's I c'n make out, it means about three or fo' hund'ed miles of trail—but we got to tackle it.