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neighbour
/ˈneɪbə/ (say 'naybuh)

noun 1.  someone who lives near another.

2.  a person or thing that is near another.

3.  a fellow human being: love thy neighbour.

adjective 4. US living or situated near to another.

verb (t) 5.  to place or bring near.

6.  to live or be situated near to; adjoin; border on.

phrase 7. neighbour on, to live or be situated near to.

Also, neighbor. [Middle English neighebour, Old English nēahgebūr, from nēah nigh + gebūr dweller, countryman]

Usage: For spelling variation, see -our.