[noo-di-tee, nyoo-] /ˈnu dɪ ti, ˈnyu-/
noun, plural nudities for 2.
the state or fact of being ; nakedness.
something or naked.
noun (pl) -ties
the state or fact of being nude; nakedness
(rare) a nude figure, esp in art
1610s, from nude (adj.) + -ity; or else from French nudité “nakedness” (14c.) or directly from Late Latin nuditatem (nominative nuditas) “nakedness,” from Latin nudus “naked, bare” (see naked).
[noo d-nik] /ˈnʊd nɪk/ noun, Slang. 1. a persistently dull, boring pest. /ˈnʌdnɪk/ noun 1. (US, informal) an annoying or boring person n. 1947, from Yiddish, with agential suffix -nik + Polish nuda “boredom” or Russian nudnyi “tedious, boring,” from Old Church Slavonic *nauda-, from PIE *neuti- “need” from root *nau- “death, to be exhausted” […]
[noo-duh m pak-tuh m, nyoo-] /ˈnu dəm ˈpæk təm, ˈnyu-/ noun, Law. 1. a simple contract or promise involving no legal considerations. /ˈnjuːdʊm ˈpæktʊm/ noun 1. (law) an agreement made without consideration and void unless made under seal
[noo j] /nʊdʒ/ verb (used with or without object), noun 1. 2 . [noo j] /nʊdʒ/ verb (used with object), nudged, nudging. 1. to annoy with persistent complaints, criticisms, or pleas; nag: He was always nudging his son to move to a better neighborhood. verb (used without object), nudged, nudging. 2. to nag, whine, or […]
[noo-ey-suh s, nyoo-] /nuˈeɪ səs, nyu-/ noun 1. a river in S Texas, flowing SE to Corpus Christi Bay, on the Gulf of Mexico. 338 miles (545 km) long.