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Meaning of "nashgab" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF NASHGAB

nashgab  [ˈnæʃɡæb] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF NASHGAB

noun
adjective
verb
adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
determiner
exclamation
Nashgab is a noun.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

WHAT DOES NASHGAB MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Definition of nashgab in the English dictionary

The definition of nashgab in the dictionary is chatter; insolent talk.


WORDS THAT RHYME WITH NASHGAB


bafflegab
ˈbæfəlˌɡæb
gab
ɡæb

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE NASHGAB

nasard
NASCAR dad
nascence
nascency
nascent
NASDAQ
naseberries
naseberry
Naseby
Nash
Nashe
nashi
Nasho
Nashville
nasi goreng
nasial
Nasik
nasion

WORDS THAT END LIKE NASHGAB

Arab
Bab
cab
crab
dab
fab
gift of the gab
grab
hijab
jab
jilbab
kab
kebab
lab
Punjab
rehab
sab
slab
stab
tab

Synonyms and antonyms of nashgab in the English dictionary of synonyms

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Translation of «nashgab» into 25 languages

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Translator English - Chinese

nashgab
1,325 millions of speakers

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nashgab
570 millions of speakers

English

nashgab
510 millions of speakers

Translator English - Hindi

nashgab
380 millions of speakers
ar

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nashgab
280 millions of speakers

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nashgab
278 millions of speakers

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nashgab
270 millions of speakers

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nashgab
260 millions of speakers

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nashgab
220 millions of speakers

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Nashgab
190 millions of speakers

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nashgab
180 millions of speakers

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nashgab
130 millions of speakers

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nashgab
85 millions of speakers

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Nashgab
85 millions of speakers
vi

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nashgab
80 millions of speakers

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nashgab
75 millions of speakers

Translator English - Marathi

नशिग
75 millions of speakers

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nashgab
70 millions of speakers

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nashgab
65 millions of speakers

Translator English - Polish

nashgab
50 millions of speakers

Translator English - Ukrainian

nashgab
40 millions of speakers

Translator English - Romanian

nashgab
30 millions of speakers
el

Translator English - Greek

nashgab
15 millions of speakers
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nashgab
14 millions of speakers
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nashgab
10 millions of speakers
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Translator English - Norwegian

nashgab
5 millions of speakers

Trends of use of nashgab

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «NASHGAB»

The term «nashgab» is used very little and occupies the 174.219 position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary.
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NASHGAB»

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ElderSpeak: A Thesaurus or Compendium of Words Related to ...
... deaden + lepsis seizure]. adj. narcoleptic. syns. hypnolepsy, hypnopathy, q.v. See sleep, wakefulness. nashgab (nash'gab)/gabnash (gab'nash) n. prattle; chatter. [Sc.]. n. nashgab = a pert chatterer. See talk. See role. nasute (nay'syoot) adj.
James L. Reynolds, MD, 2014
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The Chambers Crossword Dictionary, 3rd edition
... chat,talk05clack,clash,froth, skite06babble,cackle,confab, gabble,gammon, gossip, jabber, jargon, natter, patter,rabbit,rattle,tattle, waffle,witter,yatter07blether , chinwag,chitter, chunder, chunner, chunter, clatter, earbash,gabnash, nashgab,  ...
Chambers,, 2012
3
The Waverley Novels
Mutch, woman-s linen or rnustin cap. Mutchkin, English pint. M ysell, ma'se1l, mgself. N. Na, nae, no. Naig, nag. Nain, own. Nainsell, ownself. Napery, tablelincn. Nane, none. Nar, near. Nashgab, imperlincnt chatter. Natheless, nevertheless.
Walter Scott, 1847
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The Surgeon's Daughter and Castle Dangerous: With General ...
Nashgab, impertinent chatter. Natheless, nevertheless. Near, close; narrow ; niggardly. Near-hand, near-at-hand ; nearly; almost. Neb, neb-bill, nose; point of anything. Neebor, neighbour. Needna, need not. Ne'er-be-lickit, nothing which could ...
‎1879
5
Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the ...
A prattling forward boy or girl, S. In Teviotd. a girl of this description is called Nashgab, also by inversion Gabnash. SNASHTER, ». Trifles, Ayrs. Perhaps from Snash, v. SNA8TRY, t. " Low chat." Gall. Encycl. SNATCH, ». A hasty repast. Boswell.
John Jamieson, John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.), John Longmuir, 1867
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The Surgeon's Daughter: Castle Dangerous
Nashgab, impertinent chatter. Natholess, nevertheless. Near, close; narrow; niggardly. Near-hand, near-at-hand ; nearly ; almost. Neb-bill, nose ; point of anything. Neebor, neighbour. Needna, need not. Ne'cr-be-liokit, nothing which could be ...
Sir Walter Scott, 1863
7
Waverly Novels
Nainsell, own-self. Napery, table-linen. Nane, none. Nar, near. Nashgab, impertinentchatter. Natheless, nevertheless. could be licked up, by dog or cat ; absolutely. Muckle, v. meikle. Mugs, the -large Teeswater sheep. Muhme, (Gael.) nurse.
Sir Walter Scott, 1855
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Waverley Dramas: A Series of the Original Plays Frounded on ...
There's the Philistines, as ye ca' them, are gaun to whirry awa' Mr Harry, and a' wi' your nashgab, de'il be on't. MAUSE. Hand your tongue, ye cowardly loon, and lay nathe wyte on me ; if you, and thae thowlcas gluttons that are sitting staring ...
Edward Fitzball, Isaac Pocock, 1872
9
Novels: With All His Introductions & Notes
Nashgab, impertinent chatter. Natheless, nevertheless. Near, close; narrow; niggardly. Near-hand, near-at-liana ; nearly; almost. Neb-bill, nose; point of anything. Neebor, neighbour. Needna, need not. Ne'er-be-lickit, nothing vhich could be ...
Sir Walter Scott, 1856
10
The Heart of Midlothian: And Castle Dangerous
Naig, nag. Nain, own. Nninsell, ownaelf. Napery, lalzle-lmen. N-ane, none. Nur, near. Nashgab, impert1'ne11! rhI!i1¢t'Nutheless, nevertheless. _ Near, close; nr1r1-mu: nl 9""fl-'7' _ Near-hand, near-at»I1a ; nearly, al wst. . Nebfbill, nose: mi» !
Walter Scott, 1875

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« EDUCALINGO. Nashgab [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/nashgab>. Jun 2019 ».
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