English to Igbo Meaning of neck - olu

Neck :

olu, diya-olu, akpịrị, isi, ubu, osisi ogwe, ogwe, nkeji, ugo


oluolu ikeneckingnecks
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Definitions of neck in English
Noun(1) the part of an organism (human or animal(2) a narrow elongated projecting strip of land(3) a cut of meat from the neck of an animal(4) a narrow part of an artifact that resembles a neck in position or form(5) an opening in a garment for the neck of the wearer; a part of the garment near the wearer's neck
Verb(1) kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion
Examples of neck in English
(1) There was a piece of metal about this big stuck in the neck piece of my vest.(2) the colt won the 122nd running of the Midsummer Derby by a neck(3) TODAY IS St Patrick's Day and one thing you can be sure of in Ireland is a good Irish stew, made with lamb neck , onions and potatoes.(4) She ran towards it and picked up a hefty bottle by the neck .(5) The chain of parenthood just got tighter around my neck as now I actually have to pay attention more than half of the time.(6) Grasping the broken bottle by its neck , he slashed at the crazed slayer with it.(7) For example, figure 3 depicts an orthopaedics unit reviewing its care for patients with fractured neck of femur.(8) Despite being large the neck of the hernia is narrow, however, only surgery can correct it.(9) But he accelerated superbly to lead just after the last and eased down to win by a neck .(10) In-hospital mortality after admission for fractured neck of femur is 13 % in England.(11) I could never play it though I was always hypnotized by how people could strum the cords and work the neck of the guitar.(12) he'll be stuck with a loan around his neck(13) With a mortgage weighing heavily around my neck , how was I to afford to do all that was necessary to give the cottage my individual stamp?(14) And they say a lot of rain falls in this neck of the woods?(15) Max placed the guitar in Milo's lap, and Milo gently curled his long fingers around the neck .(16) She was breathing heavily and rubbing her sore neck with one hand.
Related Phrases of neck
(1) stiff neck ::
ikwesi olu ike
(2) pain in the neck ::
mgbu n'olu
(3) the neck ::
(4) long neck ::
ogologo n'olu
(5) a pain in the neck ::
a mgbu n'olu
(6) crew neck ::
na ndi oru ugbo n'olu
(7) neck and neck ::
olu na olu
(8) neck brace ::
n'olu nkwado
(9) neck of the woods ::
n'olu nke n'ọhịa
(10) round neck ::
gburugburu olu
1. nape ::
2. scruff ::
3. cervix ::
4. scrag ::
5. kiss ::
nsusu ọnụ
6. caress ::
7. pet ::
8. smooch ::
9. make out ::
susuo ọnụ
10. canoodle ::
11. spoon ::
1. mile ::
Different Forms
neck, necked, necking, necks
Word Example from TV Shows
So you can bury it in my neck?
Do you take me for a fool?

So you can bury it in my NECK? Do you take me for a fool?

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6

Besides my mom's neck size.

Besides my mom's NECK size.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 8

Don't do that in socks.
I almost broke my neck.

Don't do that in socks. I almost broke my NECK.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 13

Okay, I'm just gonna clean up
your neck a little

Okay, I'm just gonna clean up your NECK a little

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 18

since llyn Payne snipped your daddy's neck.

since llyn Payne snipped your daddy's NECK.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 9

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