Neeze
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Neeze

English

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Etymology

From Middle English nesen, from Old English *hn?osan ("to sneeze"), from Proto-Germanic *hneusan? ("to sneeze"), from a merger of Proto-Indo-European *(s)knus- ("to sneeze") and Proto-Indo-European *pnew- ("to gasp, pant, breathe"). See sneeze.

Verb

neeze (third-person singular simple present neezes, present participle neezing, simple past and past participle neezed)

  1. (intransitive, Britain dialectal or archaic) To sneeze.

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