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)
James L. Reynolds, MD, 2014
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,
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,
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
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.
John Jamieson, John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.), John Longmuir, 1867
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 ...
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.)
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
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 ...
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»