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Adverb: neither  nee-dhu(r) or nI-dhu(r)
  1. After a negative statement used to indicate that the next statement is similarly negative
    "just as you would not complain, neither should he"; "I was not happy and neither were they"
Conjunction: neither  nee-dhu(r) or nI-dhu(r)
  1. Used before two (or more) alternatives to indicate that they did not happen or are not true
    "Her daughter enjoyed a most uncommon degree of popularity for a woman neither young, handsome, rich, nor married"; "his hair was neither long nor short"
Adjective: neither  nee-dhu(r) or nI-dhu(r)
  1. Not either; not one or the other
Pronoun: neither  nee-dhu(r) or nI-dhu(r)
  1. Not one nor the other, not either
    "Do you like milk or sugar? Neither"

See also: incomplete, uncomplete

Encyclopedia: Neither