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
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Define noodge: pester, nag — noodge in a sentence.
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
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 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 ...
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.
Origin. 1960s. From noodge. Compare Russian nud′ boring or tedious thing,
Polish nudziarz bore, nie nudż! 'don't be a bore'.
noodge (plural noodges) ... noodge (third-person singular simple present
noodges, present participle noodging, simple past and past participle noodged).
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