|Definition||:||as a plural for the adjective “new” or “new thing”|
|Category||:||Miscellaneous » Etymology (Word Origins)|
What does NEWS mean?
The English word “news” developed in the 14th century as a special use of the plural for the adjective “new” or “new thing”. Although adjectives don’t generally have plurals in English, they have in other languages. But still, many claim “NEWS” is as an acronym of ‘North East West South’.
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||NeWS||Network extensible Window System|
||NEWS||Nature Environment & Wildlife Society|
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The full form of NEWS is as a plural for the adjective “new” or “new thing”What is the full form of NEWS in Miscellaneous?