Word of the Day: Neighbor, Neighborhood, Neighboring

Noun: a person, place or thing located near or next to another
“China and India are close neighbors linked by mountains and rivers and the Chinese and Indian people have enjoyed friendly exchanges for thousands of years.”
Li Peng, 1928-
Noun:an individual who demonstrates compassion and kindness towards those that live nearby “Neighbors bring food with death and flowers with sickness and little things in between.” Harper Lee, 1926-2016
Noun: someone who resides nearby or adjacent to other individuals “If I try to understand what it means to be a Christian, I look at the two instructions that were given in the Bible that are paramount, and those are to love God with all your heart and mind, and to love your neighbor as yourself. Bruce Cochburn, 1945-
Noun: something that is adjacent to or can be located nearby
“Russia is Germany’s most important neighbor in the East, and it will remain so.”
Helmut Kohl, 1930-
Noun: the friendly term used to address someone
“Won’t you be my neighbor?”
-Fred Rogers, the Television Puppeteer, 1928-2003 
Verb: to adjoin or remain close
“In Nigeria, along with its West African neighbor Ghana, women are now starting businesses in greater numbers than men.”
-Gayle Tzemach-Lemmon, 1973-
Noun: a particular area of a town or city that forms a community
” Every child in every neighborhood, of every color, class and background, deserves a school that will help them succeed.”
-Randal Paul, 1963-
Adjective: next to or near another place
“Fortune knocks at every man’s door once in a life, but in a good many cases the man is in a
neighboring saloon and does not hear her.”
-Mark Twain, 1835-1910