This is a list of words that have entered the English language from the Yiddish
language, many .... from Czech nebohý) (OED, MW); noodge, also nudzh: to
pester, nag, whine; as a noun, a pest or...
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. 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
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 ...
Origin. 1960s. From noodge. Compare Russian nud′ boring or tedious thing,
Polish nudziarz bore, nie nudż! 'don't be a bore'.
noodge | an irritating person who persistently nags and whines | Definition,
pronunciation, examples & translations.
Synonyms for noodge at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms,
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noodge (plural noodges) ... noodge (third-person singular simple present
noodges, present participle noodging, simple past and past participle noodged).
Oct 8, 2000 ... ON LANGUAGE By WILLIAM SAFIRE. 'I hate to be a noodge, but. . . .' B ecause
George W. Bush was frequently answering questions on a ...
Sep 8, 2012 ... 1. Parshat Ki Tavo. September 8, 2012—21 Elul 5773. Nudge Not Noodge by
Rabbi Wesley Gardenswartz. Temple Emanuel, Newton, MA.