[noh-zee] /ˈnoʊ zi/
adjective, nosier, nosiest.
unduly curious about the affairs of others; prying; meddlesome.
adjective nosier, nosiest
(informal) prying or inquisitive
also nosey, 1610s, “having a prominent nose,” from nose (n.) + -y (2). Earlier in this sense was nasee (mid-14c.), from Anglo-French, from Old French nasé, ultimately from Latin nasus “nose.” Sense of “inquisitive” first recorded 1882. Nosey Parker as a name for an inquisitive person is from 1907.
Inquisitive, esp overly so; prying: Everyone on the staff must be super nosy/ We shall not be nosey (1882+)
[noh-zing] /ˈnoʊ zɪŋ/ noun, Architecture. 1. a projecting edge, as the part of the tread of a step extending beyond the riser or a projecting part of a buttress. [nohz] /noʊz/ noun 1. the part of the face or facial region in humans and certain animals that contains the nostrils and the organs of smell […]
- No sir
Also, no sirree. Certainly not. This emphatic denial is used without regard to the gender of the person addressed. For example, No sir, I’m not taking her up on that, or Live here? No sirree. [ Mid-1800s ]
- No siree
negation No; absolutely no: Nope, never, no way. No siree bob (first form 1848+, second 1890+)
- No skin off my ass
adjective phrase (Variations: butt or ear or nose may replace ass) Of no concern, esp damaging concern, to me; immaterial: And if you fall on your face, no skin off my nose (entry form 1920+, nose 1909+)