also neeze "sneeze," northern and Scottish, from Middle English nesen (mid-14c.), probably from Old Norse hnjosa, of imitative origin (cf. Old High German niosan, German niesen, Middle Dutch niesen).
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Contemporary Examples of neese
The death of a child is always traumatic, but Neese and her husband, Dave, have endured a grief few of us can imagine.West Virginia Heathers: Was Skylar Neese Murdered by Her Best Friends?
December 19, 2013
Historical Examples of neese
There is a bit of scrambling on White Napes, a rocky mass which tops the Neese.Climbing in The British Isles. Vol. 1 - England
W. P. Haskett Smith