abbr. (context grammar English) (abbreviation of negative English)
Usage examples of "neg.".
After that, she did not care who had it as long as it was not Neg. To be called from the Gray Lands a second time would be more than she could bear.
His temptation was to rein in his stolen mount, find some small creature for bloodletting, and try to contact Neg. Years of self-preservation and caution held that thought in check, however.
He drained half the glass and smiled at Neg. His earlier fears, it seemed, had been entirely unjustified.
They attacked Neg. He slapped at them, smashing and flinging them from him, but those who were not killed darted back at him, clambering up his legs and biting wherever they could reach.
Skeer was dead, but his essence was finally seen to have been transferred to Neg. And Neg was alive.
Differential cell count neg. Primary anemia combined with mental shock likely.