Hampton, Barney, and neb Dumlow were the only men who sailed with us again.
They had no news from neb, but were not uneasy on that account.
The pleasure of Harding on seeing his servant, and the joy of neb at finding his master, can scarcely be described.
The king was to his subjects nuter (divine), or neb (master).
I reckon we could pry that plank up with the bench, neb, but it's liable to make considerable racket.
You can see your fly, and also the neb of a good trout as he breaks the water to suck him in.
A smart rap on the shin accompanying these words, neb gave in on the instant.
neb followed his recital with bulging eyes, and an occasional exclamation.
Your people are through with their work, and here comes neb to report the boat ready to go off.
Guided by neb's pipe bowl, he touched the boy on the shoulder.
"beak or bill of a bird," Old English nebb "beak, nose; face, countenance; beak-shaped thing," common Germanic (cf. Old Norse nef "beak, nose," Middle Dutch nebbe "beak," Old High German snabul, German Schnabel "beak," Old Frisian snavel "mouth"), of uncertain origin.
A person without charm, interesting qualities, talent, etc; wimp: ''Nebbish'' is simply the one in the crowd that you always forget to introduce/ Don't be a nebbish/ poor little nebs like Julian
[1941+; fr Yiddish fr Czech neboky]