(colloquial, slang) Neat (in the sense of being excellent or desirable). “Oh neato!
Is Neato a word?
adjective. That is excellent, desirable, or ‘neat’; wonderful, ‘fantastic’. Also as interjection See “neat”.
Where did the phrase Neato come from?
Of liquor, “straight, undiluted,” c. 1800, from meaning “unadulterated” (of wine), which is first attested 1570s. Informal sense of “very good, desirable” is noted by 1934 in American English, but in many earlier senses in English since 17c.
When did people start saying Neato?
Neato meaning: cool, excellent, wonderful, etc…. The word was first coined by Stephen Longstreet (1907–2002) in the 1950s.
Is Neato a valid Scrabble word?
No, neato is not in the scrabble dictionary.
What is the meaning of Neto?
noun. grandchild [noun] the child, daughter or son, of one’s son or daughter.
Where is peachy keen from?
Peachy-keen was first and is primarily used in the U.S. The first records of it come from the 1950s. The slang sense of peachy is recorded earlier, around 1900. The word peach has been used as a slang term referring to an especially likeable or attractive person since at least the 1700s.
Where did the term cool come from?
Slang use of cool for “fashionable” is by 1933, originally African-American vernacular; its modern use as a general term of approval is from the late 1940s, probably via bop talk and originally in reference to a style of jazz; the word is said to have been popularized in jazz circles by tenor saxophonist Lester Young ( …
How do you say neat O?
- (General American) IPA: /ˈnitoʊ/, [ˈniɾoʊ̯]
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