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NOR

[nawr] /nɔr/
noun
1.
a Boolean operator that returns a positive result when both operands are negative.
Origin of NOR
1955-60
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British Dictionary definitions for nors

nor

/nɔː; unstressed /
conjunction, preposition (coordinating)
1.
(used to join alternatives) neither ... nor, and not: neither measles nor mumps
2.
foll by an auxiliary verb or have, do, or be used as main verbs. (and) not … either: they weren't talented — nor were they particularly funny
3.
(dialect) than: better nor me
4.
(poetic) neither: nor wind nor rain
Word Origin
C13: contraction of Old English nōther, from nāhwætherneither
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Word Origin and History for nors

nor

conj.

c.1300, contraction of Middle English nauther (see neither). Influenced in form by or.

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Related Abbreviations for nors

NOR

1.
Norma (constellation)
2.
NOT OR (logical operator)
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Idioms and Phrases with nors
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