Origin of ness
Definition for ness (2 of 2)
Origin of -ness
Examples from the Web for ness
Now it appears Boardwalk Empire is not only going to feed us more fiction but, with the addition of Ness, recycled fiction.'Boardwalk Empire' Left New Jersey and Lost Its Way|Allen Barra|September 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Clients love his soft laugh, his feet, his “Minnesota Nice”-ness, his… well, you know.Sex, Power, and Desire: The Life of America’s Next Top Escort|Scott Bixby|March 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Courie was the daughter of Darrin and Rebecca Foos Cox and was a sixth-grade student at the Ness City Elementary School.
There is a park on the Ness to the west, where many islands and many bridges form a spot of beauty.The Spell of Scotland|Keith Clark
Men saw from its height the whales tumbling in the waves, and called it Whale's Ness (Hrones-ns).Beowulf|Unknown
Indistinct′ness, Indistinc′tion, confusion: absence of distinction, sameness.
As it is, the records of the town point to terrible devastations from the Ness coming down in strength.Scottish Loch Scenery|Thomas A. Croal
Directly, I should say,” said Anna: “for here comes Mrs. Ness with the cups and saucers.Johnny Ludlow, Third Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
British Dictionary definitions for ness (1 of 3)
- archaic a promontory or headland
- (capital as part of a name)Orford Ness