Common misspellings for neuter:
neuce, neter, feautur, nneither, nitei, networ, newletter, notery, feauter, neutal, cennter, neaer, neutual, eiter, neihter, neauter, ceneter, newtork, nefue, nnote, nbetter, nautre, anouter, nephue, nauture, neitehr, futer, needer, numer, natter, nurturg, newsetter, neiher, nuter, neuterd, newyear, whenter, neque, nuyer, nurter, neuton, neusea, gneder, negiote, nethier, niehter, newier, nitehr, nwteork, negete, eneter, venter, wnter, neatr, neurtal, fuetur, nutter, centter, ehter, neighter, nietehr, nuero, nearterm, feuter, neveer, neerd, neewer, neotour, ntoher, nuker, nurtuer, noote, nurtue, knetucky, necter, natur, nater, cneter, nautic, nefer, neiter, geutar, neopet, geter, geuter, penute, newwer, nuther, anoughter, nauter, nector, neted, reuter, netork, detuer, neture, natue, feutuer, neitra, neytiri, natuer, neivatee, naster, nerwer, nomater, ventuer, peuter, netiher, nouther, neuor, neiber, nueter, fuetuer, futeur, ueter, nurterur, wenter, nernet, naute, nueters, nuterd, netto, nerer, netgear, eniter, ineter, notee, fueter, nurtur, neweer, nutrea, naughter, nectur, maneater, get'er, newleter, netheir, netual, neauty, enoutgh, ewnter, ninute, neghber, noutes, neuture, jeuter, heuter, nwuter, nsuter, nduter, nruter, n4uter, n3uter, neyter, nejter, ne8ter, ne7ter, neurer, neufer, neuger, neuyer, neu6er, neu5er, neutwr, neutsr, neutdr, neutrr, neut4r, neut3r, neutee, neutef, neutet, neute5, neute4, bneuter, nbeuter, mneuter, nmeuter, jneuter, njeuter, hneuter, nheuter, nweuter, newuter, nseuter, nesuter, ndeuter, neduter, nreuter, neruter, n4euter, ne4uter, n3euter, ne3uter, neyuter, neuyter, nehuter, neuhter, nejuter, neujter, neiuter, neuiter, ne8uter, neu8ter, ne7uter, neu7ter, neurter, neutrer, neufter, neutfer, neugter, neutger, neutyer, neu6ter, neut6er, neu5ter, neut5er, neutwer, neutewr, neutser, neutesr, neutder, neutedr, neuterr, neut4er, neute4r, neut3er, neute3r, neuteer, neutere, neutefr, neuterf, neutetr, neutert, neute5r, neuter5, neuter4, euter, neuer, neutr, neute, enuter, neuetr, neutre, nneuter, neeuter, neuuter, neutter, neuter, oeuter, nuuter, nmuter, nguter, ne5ter, neu4er, neuper, neuver, neuuer, neutur, neutmr, neutar, neutgr, neute2, neuteb, neutez, neutev, neutep, neutes, n euter, ne uter, neu ter, neut er, neute r.
Definition of neuter:
- remove the ovaries of; " Is your cat spayed?"
- An organism, either vegetable or animal, which at its maturity has no generative organs, or but imperfectly developed ones, as a plant without stamens or pistils, as the garden Hydrangea; esp., one of the imperfectly developed females of certain social insects, as of the ant and the common honeybee, which perform the labors of the community, and are called workers.
- Of neither party; of neither gender.
- A person who takes no part in a contest; one who is either indifferent to a cause or forbears to interfere; a neutral.
- A noun of the neuter gender; any one of those words which have the terminations usually found in neuter words.
- An intransitive verb.
- A plant or insect without sex.
- One taking no part in a contest: ( bot.) a plant having neither stamens nor pistils: ( zool.) a sexless animal, esp. the working bee.
- An animal of no apparent sex.
- A neuter noun.
- One who takes no part in a contest; an animal of neither sex: a plant with neither stamens nor pistils Neuter verb, a verb which expresses an action limited to the subject.
- An animal fully developed which has no organs of generation, as the working- bee; a plant having neither stamens nor pistils; one who takes no side in a contest or controversy.
- having no or imperfectly developed or nonfunctional sex organs
- Neither the one thing nor the other; on neither side; impartial; neutral.
- Having a form belonging more especially to words which are not appellations of males or females; expressing or designating that which is of neither sex; as, a neuter noun; a neuter termination; the neuter gender.
- Intransitive; as, a neuter verb.
- Having no generative organs, or imperfectly developed ones; sexless. See Neuter, n., 3.
- Neither: taking no part with either side: ( gram.) neither masculine nor feminine: ( bot.) without stamens or pistils: ( zool.) without sex.
- Of neither gender nor party; sexless; intransitive; neutral.
- Not adhering to, or taking part with, either side; neither male for female; neither masculine nor feminine; neither activenor passive.
- Taking no part with either side; indifferent; of neither sex; neither active nor passive- applied to verbs.
- [ Latin] Sexless.