neigh·bor, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Neighbored p. pr. & vb. n Neighboring.]
1. To adjoin; to border on; to be near to.
Leisurely ascending hills that neighbor the shore. --Sandys.
2. To associate intimately with. [Obs.]
Neigh·bor, v. i. To dwell in the vicinity; to be a neighbor, or in the neighborhood; to be near. [Obs.]
A copse that neighbors by. --Shak.
Neigh·bor n. [Spelt also neighbour.]
1. A person who lives near another; one whose abode is not far off.
Masters, my good friends, mine honest neighbors. --Shak.
2. One who is near in sympathy or confidence.
No more shall be the neighbor to my counsel. --Shak.
3. One entitled to, or exhibiting, neighborly kindness; hence, one of the human race; a fellow being.
Which now of these three, thinkest thou, was neighbor unto him that fell among the thieves? --Luke x. 36.
The gospel allows no such term as =\“stranger;” makes every man my neighbor.\= --South.
Neigh·bor, a. Near to another; adjoining; adjacent; next; neighboring. “The neighbor cities.” --Jer. l. 40. “The neighbor room.” --Shak.
adj : situated near one another; "neighbor states" [syn: neighbour,
n 1: a person who lives (or is located) near another [syn: neighbour]
2: a nearby object of the same kind; "Fort Worth is a neighbor
of Dallas"; "what is the closest neighbor to the Earth?"
v 1: live or be located as a neighbor; "the neighboring house"
2: be located near or adjacent to; "Pakistan neighbors India"