- (British) enPR: nyo͞oʹkŭmər, IPA: /ˈnjuːkʌmə/
- (America) enPR: n(y)o͞oʹkŭ'mər, IPA: /ˈn(j)uˌkʌmɚ/, [ˈn(j)uˌkʰʌmɚ]
newcomer (plural newcomers)
- One who has recently come to a community; a recent arrival.
- 1791, John Walker, A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary […] , London: Sold by G. G. J. and J. Robinſon, Paternoſter Row; and T. Cadell, in the Strand, OCLC 37805775 ↗, page 550, columns Welcome}}, we²l'ku²m. interj.
A form of ſalutation uſed to a new comer.:
- 1910, Emerson Hough, chapter I, in The Purchase Price: Or The Cause of Compromise, Indianapolis, Ind.: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, OCLC 639762314 ↗, page 0108 ↗:
- This new-comer was a man who in any company would have seemed striking. In complexion fair, and with blue or gray eyes, he was tall as any Viking, as broad in the shoulder.
- A new participant in some activity; a neophyte.
- (recent arrival) comeling, newling, offcomer; see also Thesaurus:newcomer
- (a new participant) newbie, noob, n00b (Internet slang); see also Thesaurus:beginner
- French: nouveau venu, nouvel arrivé
- Portuguese: recém-chegado
- Russian: прише́лец
- Spanish: recién llegado, recién llegada