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Aneath A*neath", prep. & adv. [Pref. a- + neath for beneath.]
BeneathBeneath Be*neath", prep. [OE. benethe, bineo[eth]en, AS.
beneo[eth]an, beny[eth]an; pref. be- + neo[eth]an, ny[eth]an,
downward, beneath, akin to E. nether. See Nether.]
1. Lower in place, with something directly over or on; under;
underneath; hence, at the foot of. ``Beneath the mount.'
--Ex. xxxii. 19.
Beneath a rude and nameless stone he lies. --Pope.
2. Under, in relation to something that is superior, or that
oppresses or burdens.
Our country sinks beneath the yoke. --Shak.
3. Lower in rank, dignity, or excellence than; as, brutes are
beneath man; man is beneath angels in the scale of beings.
Hence: Unworthy of; unbecoming.
He will do nothing that is beneath his high station.
Beneath Be*neath", adv.
1. In a lower place; underneath.
The earth you take from beneath will be barren.
2. Below, as opposed to heaven, or to any superior region or
position; as, in earth beneath.
Neatherd Neat"herd`, n.
A person who has the care of neat cattle; a cowherd.
Neathouse Neat"house`, n.
A building for the shelter of neat cattle. [Obs. or Prov.
sneathSnatch Snatch, n. [Cf. AS. sn[=i]?an to cut, to mow, sn?d a
bite, bit snip.]
The handle of a scythe; a snead. [Variously written in
England snead, sneed, sneath, sneeth, snathe, etc.;
in Scotland written sned.] SneathSneath Sneath, Sneathe Sneathe, n.
See Snath. SneatheSneath Sneath, Sneathe Sneathe, n.
See Snath. UnderneathUnderneath Un`der*neath", adv. [OE. undirnepe. See Under,
Beneath; below; in a lower place; under; as, a channel
underneath the soil.
Or sullen mole, that runneth underneath. --Milton.
Underneath Un`der*neath", prep.
Under; beneath; below.
Underneath this stone lie As much beauty as could die.
Uneath Un*eath", adv.
Not easily; hardly; scarcely. [Obs.]
Uneath may she endure the flinty streets. --Shak.
Meaning of Neath from wikipedia
(/niːθ/; Welsh: Castell-nedd) is a town and community situated
in the prin****l area of Neath
Port Talbot, Wales
with a po****tion of 19,258 in...
— a town in South Wales River Neath
— a river though
the town Neath
(Welsh: Castell-nedd Port Talbot) is a county borough
and one of the unitary authority areas
of Wales. Its prin****l towns
- Neath Rugby Football
Club (Welsh: Clwb Rygbi
Castell-Nedd) is a Welsh rugby union
club which plays
in the WRU Championship. The club's home ground
- 651 The Vale of Neath
Valley, Welsh: Cwm Nedd), one of the South Wales
Valleys, encomp****es the upper reaches
of the River Neath
- Neath Abbey
Nedd) was a Cistercian
near the present-day town of Neath
Wales, UK. It was once the largest
- Play media
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is a 1934 Western
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by Lone Star Productions, released
- -ˈtælbət, -ˈtɒlbət/) is a town and community
in the county borough
Port Talbot, Wales, situated
on the east side of Swansea
- The Ospreys
(Welsh: Y Gweilch), formerly
is one of the four professional rugby union teams
from Wales. They compete
in the Pro14...
- Neath Castle
Nedd) is a Norman castle located
in the town centre
, Wales. Its construction
by Robert, Earl of Gloucester...