nor


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Nor \Nor\ (n[^o]r), conj. [OE. nor, contr. from nother. See
   Neither.]
   A negative connective or particle, introducing the second
   member or clause of a negative proposition, following
   neither, or not, in the first member or clause (as or in
   affirmative propositions follows either). Nor is also used
   sometimes in the first member for neither, and sometimes the
   neither is omitted and implied by the use of nor.
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         Provide neither gold nor silver, nor brass, in your
         purses, nor scrip for your journey.      --Matt. x. 9,
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         Where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt. --Matt. vi.
                                                  20.
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         I love him not, nor fear him.            --Shak.
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         Where neither party is nor true, nor kind. --Shak.
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         Simois nor Xanthus shall be wanting there. --Dryden.
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