Definition for neo (2 of 2)
Origin of neo-
Examples from the Web for neo
Now she just wants the neo homeless to get back under a roof before they become acclimated to destitution.
No word yet if her on-again-off-again boyfriend, Justin Bieber (who is also an NEO ambassador) will be at the show as well.Anna Wintour’s Boyfriend in Hot Water with IRS, Juicy Couture Founders Ink Book Deal|The Fashion Beast Team|January 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That last night, Anton proudly showed me a picture of Neo, then 7, just before he Skyped with Penny and the kids.A Christie’s Benefit for Slain Photojournalist Anton Hammerl’s Family|James Foley|May 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hypatia started, as at a new thought, and confessed—as every Neo—Platonist would have done—that she had never done so.Hypatia|Charles Kingsley
It was in the Neo valley that the supreme efforts of the earthquake were manifested.A Study of Recent Earthquakes|Charles Davison
“He got litt'ee broomee, an' sweep paint out litt'ee pipe on thing make ship's sails,” Neo explained.
Remembering Neo's suggestion, I took also two other bottles of rum.
These we ate while Neo discoursed sadly upon the evil times that had befallen his reign.
British Dictionary definitions for neo
sometimes before a vowel ne-
Word Origin for neo-
Word Origin and History for neo
word-forming element meaning "new, recent," used in a seemingly endless number of adjectives and nouns, mostly coined since c.1880, from Greek neo-, comb. form of neos "new, young, youthful; fresh, strange; lately, just now," from PIE root *newo- (see new).