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1. the basic Japanese noun for "cat."

2. Japanese slang for the "bottom" in a homosexual relationship. The claim that it is derived from the word for "cat" is a folk etymology; the true origin of the word is unknown, but it might be related to the Japanese verbs "neru" (寝る: to lie down, to lie supine; to go to bed, to go to sleep)/"nekaseru" (寝かせる: to put someone to bed, to lay somebody down) or the noun "nekko" (根っこ: the base of a tree, the roots around the bottom of a tree). It is the counterpart of "tachi" (タチ: the "top"), which might be related to Japanese "tachi" (太刀: a Japanese long sword) or "tachi" (立ち: standing (up), the state of being erect).
1. kawaii neko desu ne. ("That's a cute cat, amirite?")

2. kawaii neko desu ne. ("That's a cute bottom boy, amirite?")
by nek0mimi December 01, 2009
 
1.
Japanese for "cat"
things dealing with cats including the whole half-cat/half-human thing
Use your imagination.
Neko ga oishii desu yo.
"Cats are delicious!"
by Thine Mother November 29, 2003
 
2.
neh-koh

Japanese literal meaning for "cat".
"I want to buy a neko for a pet."
"Huh?"
by Dave April 19, 2004
 
3.
Japanese for cat. Simple as that.
"Neko" is sometimes refferred to by the otakus to anme cat girls, but to the normal, it's just "cat".
by nikkan_hanil January 15, 2004
 
4.
1) Japanese for a house cat
2) In Japanese manga, a part human, part cat; Nekos usually are human in appearance, but have cat ears and a tail, as well as exhibiting cat-like things (like cleaning), but are fully furry in some mangas; also called catgirl
1) Suzuki-San! Did you feed the neko today?
2) Capcom's main neko character is Felicia.
by Kingsmind October 09, 2006
 
5.
Japanese slang for the bottom in a homosexual relationship. Derived from the Japanese for (pussy) cat which when you think about it makes a lot of sense.
You could tell the small-framed boy was a neko from the way he walked.
by epyonnxt May 08, 2005
 
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1) Japanese for a house cat
2) In Japanese manga, a part human, part cat; Nekos usually are human in appearance, but have cat ears and a tail, as well as exhibiting cat-like behaviors (like cleaning), but are fully furry in some mangas; also called catgirl
1) Suzuki-San! Did you feed the neko today?
2) Capcom's main neko character is Felicia.
by Kingsmind October 09, 2006