used after a woman's married name to introduce the family name by which she was known before she married; also used when anything is renamed
Pamela Lee (nee Anderson); Madonna (nee Madonna Louise Ciccone)
dutch word for 'no' (pronounce 'nay')
Nee, ga weg. (means: 'No, go away.')
A replacement word for no.
Dave: "Wanna go see twilight?"
to express distaste, disgust, or general discontent with an object, situation or idea.
Yo lets take shots!
NEEEE dude I'm already wasted.
(Walking and it begins to rain)
NEE, the rain is going to ruin my new leather jacket!
A sacred word closely guarded by the Knights who Say "Nee." The word brings fear to all who hears it and leaves them trembling in fear on the ground. After hearing the word "Nee" the knights will send out on a quest such as doing their laundry or fetching them shrubbery.
We are the nights who say "Nee" Fetch me some Shrubbery
Derived from the sounds of Indian music, a Nee is a woman from India. As is common in most Indian interaction, a Nee typically has a first or last name that ends with the sound of 'nee'
Dude I went to the Kwik-E-Mart and the Nee at the cash register tried to overcharge me.
I had to get my computer fixed, and the Nee on the phone was impossible to understand.
word used (well, usually screeched) when one wishes to use a word as that of a sacred one, to ward off something or someone.
Person 1--> "Give me your lunch money, you squirt!"
Person 2--> "Nee!!"