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1nor

conjunction \nər, ˈnr, Southern also ˈnär\

Definition of NOR

1
—used as a function word to introduce the second or last member or the second and each following member of a series of items each of which is negated <neither here nor there> <not done by you nor me nor anyone>
2
—used as a function word to introduce and negate a following clause or phrase
3
chiefly British :  neither
See Usage Discussion at 1neither

Origin of NOR

Middle English, contraction of nother neither, nor, from nother, pron. & adjective, neither — more at neither
First Known Use: 14th century

2nor

conjunction

Definition of NOR

dial
:  than

Origin of NOR

Middle English, perhaps from 1nor
First Known Use: 15th century

NOR

noun \ˈnr\

Definition of NOR

:  a computer logic circuit that produces an output that is the inverse of that of an OR circuit

Origin of NOR

not OR
First Known Use: 1957

Other Computer-Related Terms

adware, flash, kludge, phishing, recursive, router
NOR Defined for Kids

nor

conjunction \nər, ˈnr\

Definition of NOR for Kids

:  and not <neither young nor old>

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