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née

also nee  (nā)
adj.
1. Born. Used to indicate the maiden name of a married woman.
2. Formerly known as.

[French, feminine past participle of naître, to be born, from Old French naistre, from Latin nāscī; see genə- in Indo-European roots.]

née

(neɪ) or

nee

adj
indicating the maiden name of a married woman: Mrs Bloggs née Blandish.
[C19: from French: past participle (fem) of naître to be born, from Latin nascī]

nee

or née

(neɪ)

adj.
born (used to introduce the maiden name of a married woman): Mrs. Jones, nee Berg.
[1750–60; < French, feminine of (past participle of naître to be born) < Latin nātus (see native)]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nee - (meaning literally `born') used to indicate the maiden or family name of a married woman; "Hillary Clinton nee Rodham"
heritable, inheritable - capable of being inherited; "inheritable traits such as eye color"; "an inheritable title"

nee

adjective born, previously, formerly Linda McCartney, nee Eastman
Translations
المَوْلودَه
rozená
født
o.s.omaa sukua
sz
rodená

née

[neɪ] ADJ Mary Green, née SmithMary Green, de soltera Smith

née

[ˈneɪ] adj
née Scott → née Scott

née

adj Mrs Smith, née JonesFrau Smith, geborene Jones

née

[neɪ] adjnata
Mary Green neé Smith → Mary Green nata Smith

née

(nei) adjective
born; used to state what a woman's name was before she married. Mrs Jane Brown, née Black.
References in classic literature ?
Sometimes the world's wife has so many daughters, that her card reads rather like a Miscellaneous Lot at an Auction; comprising Mrs Tapkins, Miss Tapkins, Miss Frederica Tapkins, Miss Antonina Tapkins, Miss Malvina Tapkins, and Miss Euphemia Tapkins; at the same time, the same lady leaves the card of Mrs Henry George Alfred Swoshle, NEE Tapkins; also, a card, Mrs Tapkins at Home, Wednesdays, Music, Portland Place.
Likewise, for Mrs Henry George Alfred Swoshle NEE Tapkins.
Do you remember the pension bourgeoise of Madame Vauquer nee de Conflans?
The Comtesse de Chagny, nee de Moerogis de La Martyniere, had died in giving birth to Raoul, who was born twenty years after his elder brother.
He came to renew the thanks of Madame Danglars which had been already conveyed to the count through the medium of a letter, signed "Baronne Danglars, nee Hermine de Servieux.
What were the circumstances of the interview between Rebecca Crawley, nee Sharp, and her Imperial Master, it does not become such a feeble and inexperienced pen as mine to attempt to relate.
Zoraide became Madame Pelet, NEE Reuter; and, in about an hour after this transformation, "the happy pair," as newspapers phrase it, were on their way to Paris; where, according to previous arrangement, the honeymoon was to be spent.
What with the patrician requirements of Barnacle junior, the three young ladies, Mrs Tite Barnacle nee Stiltstalking, and himself, Mr Tite Barnacle found the intervals between quarter day and quarter day rather longer than he could have desired; a circumstance which he always attributed to the country's parsimony.
Elisabeth Baudoyer, nee Saillard, is one of those persons who escape portraiture through their utter commonness; yet who ought to be sketched, because they are specimens of that second-rate Parisian bourgeoisie which occupies a place above the well-to-do artisan and below the upper middle classes,--a tribe whose virtues are well-nigh vices, whose defects are never kindly, but whose habits and manners, dull and insipid though they be, are not without a certain originality.
He said the suspects fled with Nee on a 'Tamaraw type' vehicle towards the direction of Barangay Anuling in the adjoining town of Patikul.
The man was arrested earlier that night for being drunk and disorderly, but was released a few hours later when Gda Nee and his patrol car partner were told to check on him as he walked through an estate.
4- Fatima Benkhadim, nee le 06 - 11 - 1960 (Hay Hassani).