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List of English words of Yiddish origin - Wikipedia


This is a list of words that have entered the English language from the Yiddish language, many .... a nonentity (from Yiddish interjection נעבעך nebekh 'poor thing !...

Noodge | Define Noodge at Dictionary.com


Noodge definition, nudge2 . See more. ... In those early days, Palin was touted as a bona fide corruption fighter—a noodge even to the GOP. Sarah Palin: Day ...

Noodge | Definition of Noodge by Merriam-Webster


Define noodge: pester, nag — noodge in a sentence.

Urban Dictionary: Noodge


Noodge. This is my mothers word, it means to be nosey, pushy and a general pain in the ass. It sometimes means having an attitude the size of montana on your ...

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Nov 23, 2010 ... From Yiddish nudyen (to pester, bore), from Polish nudzic. The word developed a variant spelling 'nudge' under the influence of the English ...

Noodge dictionary definition | noodge defined - YourDictionary


Noodge is defined as to nag or annoy with constant complaining. An example of noodge is children on a road trip asking "are we there yet?" over and over and ...

Noodge - definition of noodge by The Free Dictionary


A person who persistently pesters, annoys, or complains. v. noodged, noodg·ing, noodg·es or nudged or nudg·ing or nudg·es. v.intr. To act like a noodge. v.tr.

noodge - definition of noodge in English | Oxford Dictionaries


Origin. 1960s. From noodge. Compare Russian nud′ boring or tedious thing, Polish nudziarz bore, nie nudż! 'don't be a bore'.

noodge - Wiktionary


noodge (plural noodges) ... noodge (third-person singular simple present noodges, present participle noodging, simple past and past participle noodged).

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Synonyms for noodge at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.