(As an adverb)
Newly ( adverb )
Recently; not long ago.
Old english niwe "new, fresh," from the germanic base of new.
- The newly elected president made his first speech.
- The newly renovated building was opened to the public.
- The newlyweds were on their honeymoon.
- The newly discovered planet was still being studied.
- The newly appointed CEO was making changes to the company.