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neth·er

 (nĕth′ər)
adj.
Located beneath or below; lower or under: the nether regions of the earth.

[Middle English, from Old English neothera, from neother, down.]

nether

(ˈnɛðə)
adj
placed or situated below, beneath, or underground: nether regions; a nether lip.
[Old English niothera, nithera, literally: further down, from nither down. Related to Old Irish nitaram, German nieder]

neth•er

(ˈnɛð ər)

adj.
1. lying or believed to lie beneath the earth's surface; infernal: the nether regions.
2. lower or under: his nether lip.
[before 900; Middle English nethere, Old English neothera, nithera, derivative of nither down (c. German nieder), literally, further down]
neth′er•ward, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nether - lower; "gnawed his nether lip"
bottom - situated at the bottom or lowest position; "the bottom drawer"
2.nether - dwelling beneath the surface of the earth; "nether regions"
infernal - being of the underworld; "infernal regions"
3.nether - located below or beneath something elsenether - located below or beneath something else; "nether garments"; "the under parts of a machine"
low - literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension; "low ceilings"; "low clouds"; "low hills"; "the sun is low"; "low furniture"; "a low bow"

nether

adjective lower, bottom, beneath, underground, inferior, basal He was escorted back to the nether regions of Main Street.
Translations

nether

[ˈneðəʳ] ADJinferior, más bajo
nether liplabio m inferior
nether regions (= hell) → infierno m (hum) (= buttocks) → trasero m, regiones fpl donde la espalda pierde su casto nombre (hum)

nether

adj (liter)untere(r, s); nether regionsUnterwelt f; (hum inf)untere Regionen pl (hum inf)

nether

[ˈnɛðəʳ] adj (old) the nether regions or worldgli inferi
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The lads look really strong coming into the higher division but the strong forces of Netherly and Redfern stand in their way of another title.
Absolutely fuming with this black cab driver today, firstly couldn't get a taxi for over half an hour so decided to walk miles around town to try and find a hackney, bearing in mind I'm 33 weeks pregnant and walked round town all day so was shattered and aching as it was, finally after looking for a black cab for a further 30 mins flagged one down he asked were I was going and I said Netherly which is around a [pounds sterling]25 if not more on a Friday.
Notes: questions about the integrity or fairness of the sealed bid process contact amy netherly, tel.
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En el NOA (Raffino 1978, 1983, 1997; Lorandi 1980, 1983, 1984, 1988, 1991, 1994; Gentile, 1991-1992; D'Altroy 1995, Williams 1983, 1991, 1995), en Chile (Rivera 1991, Stehberg 1995), y en Ecuador (Alcina Franch 1978, Fresco 1978, 1984, Netherly 1991, Bray 1992, Idrovo 1993).
Police yesterday arrested a 22-year-old man in Netherly, Merseyside, after a sick Facebook page was set up describing Cregan as a "legend".
Last year's Premier champions, Fazakerley, carried on where they left off last season beating Netherly Wood Lane Legion 6-2 with four goals for Kevin Townson leading the way while Home &Bargain and English Rose drew 1-1.
La historia del manejo del agua en la region andina tiene raices muy profundas y muestra una diversidad de alternativas vinculadas con el riego y el consumo humano directo (Farrington, 1980; Netherly, 1984; Moore, 1988; Kolata, 1991; Erickson, 1992; Billman, 2002; Quesada, 2006).
The analyses allowed us to optimize our design quickly," added Sam Netherly, project leader and co-inventor of the Safety Ring technology.
Her description of the Netherly Estate in Liverpool, planned as home for 20,000 people from the inner city, concluded that it had become nothing better than a prison complex.
But the other side of `Not an Inch politics' is that its supporters are seen by shrewder unionists to be going nowhere or departing in a netherly direction, as one such politico informed me.
Other top local qualifiers include El Camino Real's Roderick Crow (400 and 200); North Hollywood's Damon Francis (200); Chatsworth's Dan Netherly (long jump) and Apolonio Ruiz (1,600 and 800); and Birmingham's Tiffany Burgess (1,600 and 800).