The quality or condition of being urgent; insistence; pressure; as, the urgency of a demand or an occasion.
, date=September 24
, author=David Ornstein
, title=Arsenal 3 - 0 Bolton
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=Arsenal lacked urgency and inspiration until shortly before half-time, Wheater's block denying Van Persie from close range before Walcott drilled wide.}}
(etyl) , to be born.
Originally known as.
- Mrs Smith, nee Jones
- Since the name change, Butch (nee Frances) seems more tough and self-assured.
* As it is not a naturalised word in English, (nee) is often italicised.
* When used for a man, the masculine form should be used.
From (etyl) ne or . Cognate with Standard English no.
(Geordie) no, used to express no as a quantity, i.e. not any, like German kein/Dutch geen/French rien. Compare with (na).
, last = Griffiths
, first = Bill
, title = A Dictionary of North East Dialect
, origyear = 2004
, publisher = Northumbria University Press
, id = ISBN 1-904794-16-5
, pages = 121