verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- nehru, jawaharlal,
- nehru, motilal,
- nei mongol,
- neighborhood watch,
Origin of neighbor
Examples from the Web for neighbor
After a pause she invited me in with a warm smile, as if I were a neighbor.The Life and Hard Times Of The Family A Cuban Defector Left Behind|Brin-Jonathan Butler|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sure, your cubicle mate, neighbor, and aunt all own a Fitbit or JawBone fitness tracker.
Selling off the extras, I saw my neighbor marvel at the scent and murmur that he wished he could afford one.
And Hayao Miyazaki, the 73-year-old director behind hits like My Neighbor Totoro and Spirited Away, is a walking legend.
He and a neighbor friend worked for a time in a pizzeria in a nearby town.Showing the Faces of Its Murderers, ISIS Shows Its Global Reach|Tracy McNicoll|November 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A neighbor of his told me he had seen a flock of fifteen or twenty pigeons on a foggy morning only a few days before.The Passenger Pigeon|Various
But he that did his neighbor wrong thrust him away, saying, 'Who made thee a ruler and a judge over us?The Bible Story|Rev. Newton Marshall Hall
Then there was signaling between the Montauk and her own neighbor destroyer about sailing formation in the danger zone.Tom Slade on a Transport|Percy Keese Fitzhugh
The crowd in the court-room was saying all this and more, each man to his neighbor.Hand and Ring|Anna Katharine Green
One of his daughters, enveloped in a sheepskin coat, was sent to a neighbor's house to borrow a hat.The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Stories|Leo Tolstoi
Old English neahgebur (West Saxon), nehebur (Anglian) "neighbor," from neah "near" (see nigh) + gebur "dweller," related to bur "dwelling" (see bower). Common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon nabur, Middle Dutch naghebuur, Dutch (na)bur, Old High German nahgibur, Middle High German nachgebur, German Nachbar). Good neighbor policy attested by 1937, but good neighbor with reference to U.S. policy toward Latin America was used by 1928 by Herbert Hoover.
1580s, from neighbor (n.). Related: Neighbored; neighboring.