Meaning of NEWLY in English

NEWLY

ˈn(y)ülē, -li adverb

Etymology: Middle English newly, newliche, from Old English nīwlīce, from nīwe, adjective, new + -līce -ly — more at new

1. : lately , recently

newly blossomed trees

2. : anew , afresh

a newly floored stable

3. : in a new way

a house newly furnished

a thought newly expressed

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.