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Definitions of nee

  1.   Born; - a term sometimes used in introducing the name of the family to which a married woman belongs by birth; as, Madame de Stael, nee Necker.
  2.   Born; often placed before the maiden name of a married woman; as, Mrs. Smith, nee Brown.
  3.   ( meaning literally ` born') used to indicate the maiden or family name of a married woman; " Hillary Clinton nee Rodham"
  4.   Born- a term often placed in high life before a married woman's maiden name in order to designate the family name to which she belongs, as Madame de Stael, nee Necker- that is, born Necker, or her family name was Necker.
  5.   Born; used to denote the maiden name of a married woman.

Antonyms for nee

noninheritable, nonheritable.

Usage examples for nee

  1. His countenance falls, and with a look of positive fear, he draws back, shaking his head and repeating: Nee – Odd Bits of Travel with Brush and Camera by Charles M. Taylor, Jr.
  2. “ Scandit aeratas vitiosa naves Cura; nee turmas equitum relinquit. ” – Lucretia, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  3. “ I don't know if the practical American murmurs at the ear of the practical Englishwoman the adorable verse which made the heart of Lydia palpitate: " Nee tecum possum vivere sine te," but I do know that Ephrinell can very well live without me. ” – The Adventures of a Special Correspondent by Jules Verne
  4. From Madame Claire de la Roulandiere, nee Jugault, to Madame Adolphe de Chodoreille, nee Heurtaut. ” – The Petty Troubles of Married Life, Complete by Honore de Balzac
  5. “ Emile Paon, nee Merce. ” – Valerie by Frederick Marryat
  6. But 'way down in my Kentucky home, down by the Suanee River, Sua- a- nee ee Riv-" " Hold on, Red. ” – Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist by Alexander Berkman
  7. But this department of art work was nobly borne by his gifted wife, nee Clara Wieck, and Schumann concentrated his musical ambition in the higher field of composition, leaving behind him works not only remarkable for beauty of form, but for poetic richness of thought and imagination. ” – Great Violinists And Pianists by George T. Ferris
  8. Another sorrow came to us at this time in the loss of my ward's husband, and Rose Hood- nee Duval- returned to live near me with her three small children. ” – An Autobiography by Catherine Helen Spence
  9. But, Dear Sir, I am not the champion called for by our present dangers; Non tali auxilio, nee defensoribus istis, tempus eget. ” – Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson
  10. The very day Mr Trump and himself both got back to London, Mrs Hartshorne was served, through her solicitors, with a notice to refund the sum of twenty thousand pounds cash, trust money held by her on behalf of her daughter, Susan Markworth nee Hartshorne, and bequeathed by the late Roger Hartshorne, deceased, now claimed by Allynne Markworth on behalf of his wife Susan, as beforesaid. ” – Caught in a Trap by John C. Hutcheson
  11. Anna leaving the farm, O, nee wat! ” – Native-Life-in-South-Africa by Plaatje, Sol (Solomon Tshekisho)
  12. Quis est etiam qui baptizatur a Ioanne si perfectus erat, si Filius erat, si vertus erat, non poterat Spiritus ingredi; sicut nee regnum potest ingredi intra regnum. ” – Armenian Legends and Festivals by Louis A. Boettiger
  13. She gave him the name of the " Young Eagle," while she called Louis " Nee chee," or " Friend," to Catharine she gave the poetical name of " Music of the Winds,"- Madwaosh. ” – Lost in the Backwoods by Catherine Parr Traill
  14. “ For Charlotte Plimpton, nee Gore, to be told in her own city, by the rector of her own church that she was nobody was an event hitherto inconceivable! ” – The Inside of the Cup, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
  15. And then The frightened man drew out the drawer again, The little voice exclaiming, Jeemi- nee – A Child-World by James Whitcomb Riley
  16. 85 Po- ho- nee chees: on the headwaters of the Fresno. ” – The Aboriginal Population of the San Joaquin Valley, California by Sherburne F. Cook
  17. On the same day he penned a delighted letter to his sister, containing the exultant words: " For twenty- four hours, therefore, there has now existed a Madame Eve de Balzac, nee Rzewuska, or a Madame Honore de Balzac, or a Madame de Balzac the younger." ” – Honore de Balzac, His Life and Writings by Mary F. Sandars
  18. Both the late lords, my father told me, were in his pay, and the last one, a beau of Queen Anne's reign, from a viscount advanced to be an earl through the merits and intercession of his notorious old sister Bernstein, late Tusher, nee Esmond- a great beauty, too, of her day, a favourite of the old Pretender. ” – The Virginians by William Makepeace Thackeray
  19. “ Leonie Postel, nee Marron, was nursing her first child, the darling of the old cure, the doctor, and Postel, a repulsive infant, with a strong likeness to both parents. ” – Eve and David by Honore de Balzac

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