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neuro- nerve; nervous system. [2 definitions]
neurologist a doctor who specializes in neurology.
neurology the branch of medical science that deals with the nervous system and diseases that affect it.
neuron a single nerve cell, including its axons and dendrites.
neuropathy any disease or irregularity of the nervous system.
neuropsychiatry a branch of medicine that is concerned with the treatment of disorders of both the mind and the nervous system.
neuropteran a neuropterous insect.
neuropterous relating or belonging to a group of insects that have four membranous, lacy wings, such as the lacewing and ant lion.
neurosis any of several functional disorders of the mind that are apparently not caused by any injury to the brain and are manifested by depression, phobias, compulsions, and the like.
neurosurgery the branch of surgery specializing in the nervous system, esp. the brain and spinal cord.
neurotic of or involving a neurosis. [3 definitions]
neurotransmitter a biochemical substance, such as epinephrine, that transmits or inhibits nerve impulses across the synapse of one cell to the synapse of another.
neurotropic tending to enter or affect nerve tissue, as certain viruses.
neut.1 abbreviation of "neuter."
neut.2 abbreviation of "neutral."
neuter in grammar, neither feminine nor masculine with respect to gender. [9 definitions]
neutral not belonging to or taking any side or giving assistance to any of the conflicting parties in a dispute or contest. [9 definitions]
neutralism the policy of not taking sides in a dispute, esp. in an international conflict.
neutrality the condition or status of being neutral. [2 definitions]
neutralize to cause to be ineffective; counteract. [3 definitions]
neutral spirits (used with a sing. or pl. verb) flavorless, 190-proof distilled ethyl alcohol blended with whiskeys or used to make alcoholic beverages such as gin, liqueurs, and cordials.