look up any word, like blumpkin:
 
1.
nao
Written "nao" or "na0" for geekier persons.

It means "now" in a more bashful and impatient way.
Used a lot in forums or discusion/image boards like "chans" or gamefaqs.
1)
Picz na0 or it didn't happen!!1!

2)
John: I'm hungry
Mom: It will be ready in......
John: NAOOOO!
by Jon February 03, 2007
 
2.
Nao
The slang term pronounced for the word "Now". Preferably used in an improper statement.
Guy: Omg lets go somewhere NAO!
Guy 2: But theres no where else to go, we've been everywhere!

Girl: Lately, there hasnt been anything to do, ugh im so bored right about NAO.
Girl 2: I feel you sistuh.
by Albert Huong March 15, 2008
 
3.
Nao
A Japanese unisex name. Meaning honest.
My child's name is Nao
by Waffle Muncher August 18, 2011
 
4.
Nao
There's another true meaning to this, But you do NOT want to know. if you do know the true meaning, keep it to yourself. This is about the internet meaning.
1. NOOOOOOOOO!
2. Now.
1. "I stole your iPad and looked at your naked porn."
"NAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!"
2. "ADD THE A380 NAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!"
"no"
by AhhhCrap June 20, 2014
 
5.
nao
A word meaning 'no' which was founded at Dartford Grammar School.
This word 'nao' is used widely throughout the youth of today and is another way to say 'no' but in a more aggressive and slangy way.
The use of the word is to say to people that have done something wrong or do not understand something.
You are condemning them.
Naooo Tom!

Get that dudu.. Naooo
by shakattack1995 April 14, 2011
 
6.
nao
Commonly used among gaming communities, as a noob slang term for 'now'. Popular among members of the Gunz commmunity.
Jim: OMG COME QUICK NAO!!!!!!!11
Mary: You suck.
by dazonfire October 24, 2006
 
7.
nao
A panacaeic statement of utter derision or disdain.

Relevant in many contexts; generally to exacerbate the embarassment of a failed joke, but perhaps specifically directed at an individual, preceding the target's name, or title, in order to indicate their knob-headedness.

Old Fisherian in its etymology, derived from the older expression 'nao barry'. Common in south london area. Spread faithfully nation-wide by alumni.
'Yes I'm hungwy. I'm hungwy feh wevenge!'

'....................................NAO SIR!!!'

'Nao your life'

'Nao Liam'
by sir cosmo February 20, 2009