Definitions for nagnæg

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. scold, scolder, nag, nagger, common scold(noun)

    someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault

  2. hack, jade, nag, plug(verb)

    an old or over-worked horse

  3. nag, peck, hen-peck(verb)

    bother persistently with trivial complaints

    "She nags her husband all day long"

  4. nag(verb)

    worry persistently

    "nagging concerns and doubts"

  5. nag(verb)

    remind or urge constantly

    "she nagged to take a vacation"

GCIDE

  1. Nag(n.)

    A person who nags, especially habitually; called also nagger.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Nag(noun)

    a small horse; a pony; hence, any horse

  2. Nag(noun)

    a paramour; -- in contempt

  3. Nag

    to tease in a petty way; to scold habitually; to annoy; to fret pertinaciously

  4. Origin: [OE. nagge, D. negge; akin to E. neigh.]


Translations for nag

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  • skænde på, hakke på, nasser, krikke, øg, pony, stikke tilDanish
  • nörgeln, SchindmähreGerman
  • αλογάκι, γκρινιάζω, ψωράλογοGreek
  • ĉevalaĉoEsperanto
  • penco, jamelgo, rocínSpanish
  • kronu, näägutamaEstonian
  • یابو, نق زدن, نقنقو, پونیPersian
  • nalkuttaja, motkottaa, jäkättää, poni, nalkuttaa, kaakkiFinnish
  • carne, haridelle, rosse, rossinanteFrench
  • נוּדנִיקHebrew
  • póni, zsémbeskedik, gebeHungarian
  • assillareItalian
  • 조랑말Korean
  • caballusLatin
  • whakakūnawheke, hakuMāori
  • negge, zaniken, zeurenDutch
  • maseNorwegian
  • pônei, importunar, rocim, resmungarPortuguese
  • cicăliRomanian
  • кляча, пони, придира, грызть, придираться, пилить, истязать, мучить, изводить, ворчунья, ворчун, ворчатьRussian
  • piliti, gnjavitiSerbo-Croatian
  • älta, tjataSwedish
  • ỷ eo, ỉ eoVietnamese
  • lujevod, jijevodil, hijevodil, jilujevod, jevodil, hilujevodVolapük

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