Pronunciation: \ˈnü, chiefly British ˈnyü, in place names usually (ˌ)nu̇ or nə or (ˌ)ni\ Function:adjective Etymology:Middle English, from Old English nīwe; akin to Old High German niuwi new, Latin novus, Greek neosDate:before 12th century
1: having recently come into existence
2 a (1): having been seen, used, or known for a short time :novel <rice was a new crop for the area> (2):unfamiliar <visit new places> b: being other than the former or old <a steady flow of new money>3: having been in a relationship or condition but a short time <new to the job> <a new wife>
Main Entry:Old, dead, posted many times - "HR 45 Blair Holt Firearm Licensing & Record of Sales Act of 2009"
I crack myself up sometimes.
However, this has been beat to death, ok not quite to death, but into a coma and awaiting the end of the current session to be declared officially dead.