The man who lives in the house next door to your house is an example of your neighbour.
(plural neighbours) (British spelling)
(third-person singular simple present neighbours, present participle neighbouring, simple past and past participle neighboured) (British spelling)
From Middle English neighbour, neihebur, from Old English nÄ“ahÄ¡ebÅ«r (“neighbour"), from Proto-Germanic *nÄ“hwagabÅ«rÃ´ (“neightbour"), equivalent to nigh +"Ž bower. Cognate with Scots nichbour (“neighbour"), Dutch nabuur (“neighbour"), German Low German Navur (“neighbour"), German Nachbar (“neighbour"), Norwegian nabo (“neighbour"), Icelandic nÃ¡bÃºi (“neighbour"). More at nigh, bower.