The Collaborative International Dictionary
Neese \Neese\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Neesed; p. pr. & vb. n. Neesing.] [OE. nesen; akin to D. niezen, G. niesen, Icel. hnj[=o]s
] To sneeze. [Obs.] [Written also neeze.]
vb. (context intransitive UK dialectal or archaic English) To sneeze.
Usage examples of "neeze".
TRUE: The spitting, the coughing, the laughter, the neezing, the farting, dancing, noise of the music, and her masculine and loud commanding, and urging the whole family, makes him think he has married a fury.
We sat for some time, eating caromels and thinking about Leila, because there was nothing to do with my noze, but Leila was diferent.
Ive got my scarf up round my mouf & noze now cos ov thi fumes cumin up from thi landin.