anew

[ uh-noo, uh-nyoo ]
/ əˈnu, əˈnyu /

adverb

over again; again; once more: to play the tune anew.
in a new form or manner: to write the story anew.

Nearby words

  1. aneurysmectomy,
  2. aneurysmogram,
  3. aneurysmoplasty,
  4. aneurysmorrhaphy,
  5. aneurysmotomy,
  6. anext,
  7. anf,
  8. anfinsen,
  9. anfractuosity,
  10. anfractuous

Origin of anew

before 1000; Middle English onew, of newe; see a-2), Old English of niowe, probably modeled on Old French de neuf; replacing Old English edniwe once more

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anew

/ (əˈnjuː) /

adverb

over again; once more
in a different way; afresh

Word Origin for anew

Old English of nīwe; see of, new

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Word Origin and History for anew

anew

adv.

c.1300, a neue, from Old English of-niowe; see a- (1) + new. One-word form dominant from c.1400.

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