[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+)
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[noh-zee pahr-ker] /ˈnoʊ zi ˈpɑr kər/ noun, Informal. 1. a persistently nosy, prying person; busybody. noun 1. (informal) a prying person noun phrase A nosy, overly inquisitive person •Sometimes capitalized [1907; picture postcard caption referring to a peeping Tom in Hyde Park]
[not] /nɒt/ adverb 1. (used to express negation, denial, refusal, or prohibition): You must not do that. It’s not far from here. 2. U.S. Slang. (used jocularly as a postpositive interjection to indicate that a previous statement is untrue): I just love working overtime without pay. Not! Idioms 3. not so much, Informal. (an expression […]
1. none of the above. [noh-tuh m] /ˈnoʊ təm/ noun, plural nota [noh-tuh] /ˈnoʊ tə/ (Show IPA) 1. a dorsal plate or sclerite of the thorax of an insect. [noh-tah be-ne; English noh-tuh bey-nee, ben-ee, bee-nee] /ˈnoʊ tɑ ˈbɛ nɛ; English ˈnoʊ tə ˈbeɪ ni, ˈbɛn i, ˈbi ni/ Latin. 1. note well; take notice. […]