(1) (meaning literally `born') used to indicate the maiden or family name of a married woman
"Hillary Clinton nee Rodham"
, feminine of , past participle of , to be born.
- Used when giving the maiden name of a woman.
- Mrs Smith, nee Jones
- Used when giving a former name. Originally known as.
- Since the name change, Butch (nee Frances) seems more tough and self-assured.
- As it is not a naturalised word in English, is often italicised.
- no, used to express no as a quantity, i.e. not any, like German /Dutch /French . Compare with .
- Nee way man! (No way)
- Thor's nee watter! (There's no water)