and not only so but; not only that but also; indeed:
many good, nay, noble qualities.
Archaic. no (used in dissent, denial, or refusal).
a denial or refusal.
a negative vote or voter.
(mainly archaic or dialect) an archaic or dialect (except in voting by voice) word for no1
(sentence modifier) (archaic) an emphatic form of no1
word of negation, late 12c., from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse nei, compound of ne “not” (see un-) + ei “ever” (see aye (2)).
[ney-sey] /ˈneɪˌseɪ/ verb (used with object), naysaid, naysaying. 1. to say nay to; deny; reject; oppose.
[ney-sey-er] /ˈneɪˌseɪ ər/ noun 1. a person who habitually expresses negative or pessimistic views: Despite a general feeling that things were going well, a few naysayers tried to cast gloom. n. 1721, from verb naysay (implied from 1530s in naysaying); from nay + say (v.). Nay-say “refusal” is from 1630s.
[naz-uh-reen, naz-uh-reen] /ˌnæz əˈrin, ˈnæz əˌrin/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of Nazareth. 2. a member of a sect of early Jewish converts to Christianity who retained the Mosaic ritual. 3. the Nazarene, Jesus Christ. adjective 4. of or relating to Nazareth or the Nazarenes. /ˌnæzəˈriːn; ˈnæz-/ noun 1. an early name for a […]
[naz-er-uh th] /ˈnæz ər əθ/ noun 1. a town in N Israel: the childhood home of Jesus. /ˈnæzərɪθ/ noun 1. a town in N Israel, in Lower Galilee: the home of Jesus in his youth. Pop: 62 700 (2003 est) town in Lower Galilee, childhood home of Jesus, from Hebrew Natzerath, of unknown origin, perhaps […]