(adj.) Shortened version of "beneath", especially used to describe people or situations that are beneath you.
I'm going home because this party is full of neath bitches.
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Archaic term meaning underneath.
Old poetry uses 'neath.
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when you try to say after and underneath something at the same time
hey maya why did you put my name after neath joes?
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See Margam Castle for the location of Neath.

Not a battle but a minor skirmish between the forces of the then High Sheriff Lord Pembroke, the Legonium Veritas and the rebel army led by Terry of Tonmawr in which no shots were fired, no sabres were drawn, not a single drop of blood was shed and not a single life was lost.

The action : On the morning of Monday 1st March 1799 one Cavalry troop of the High Sheriff's bodyguard were confronted by 117 rebels fleeing punishment for their actions in the Tonmawr rebellion.

In short, the Battle of Neath was nothing more than the forces of good staring at the forces of evil for exactly 13 minutes and 34 seconds before God wreacked havoc on the rebel forces sending them running to the privy!
"The Battle of Neath was shit, just shit" see Neath
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Finest rugby team in the land. Play great attacking rugby. When the forces of Neath & Swansea united it was always gonna be something special.
Neath/Swansea Ospreys 205-7 Cardiff Blues
by Dan November 20, 2003
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