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nud┬Ěnik
[nood-nik]
NOUN [SLANG.]
1.
a persistently dull, boring pest.
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Nudnik | Definition of Nudnik by Merriam-Webster

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Define nudnik: a person who is a bore or nuisance — nudnik in a sentence.

List of English words of Yiddish origin - Wikipedia

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This is a list of words that have entered the English language from the Yiddish language, many ... The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language ( AHD), or the Merriam-Webster dictionary (...

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Nudnik definition, a persistently dull, boring pest. See more.

Urban Dictionary: nudnik

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Top Definition. nudnik. A person who's really annoying ! just shut up for god's ... nudnik. A person who is a pain and is very annoying. Hey man you are such a ...

Nudnik - definition of nudnik by The Free Dictionary

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An obtuse, boring, or bothersome person; a pest. [Yiddish, nudne, boring (from nudyen, to bore; see nudge<sup>2</sup>) + -nik, -nik.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...

nudnik - Wiktionary

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noodnik is attested since 1925, nudnik since 1929. From Yiddish נודניק (nudnik) < root of נודיען (nudyen, “to bore”) + ־ניק (-nik, “noun-forming suffix”). Ultimately ...

Nudnik - The Jewish Chronicle

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Feb 18, 2009 ... A nudnik is someone who is constantly asking you for something or otherwise taking up your time.