Origin of neuro-
Examples from the Web for neuro
From this position they could command, with Murray's neuro, anyone who might seek to enter the ship.
The sliding forward door was drawn back, and a man was leaning out, neuro alert.
Sime, following him, his neuro hissing death from side to side, marveled at his ferocity.
British Dictionary definitions for neuro
before a vowel neur-
Word Origin for neuro-
Word Origin and History for neuro
before vowels neur-, word-forming element meaning "pertaining to a nerve or nerves or the nervous system," from Greek neuro-, comb. form of neuron "nerve," originally "sinew, tendon, cord, bowstring," also "strength, vigor," from PIE *(s)neu- "tendon, sinew" (see nerve).