Dating back to biblic origins (shakespeare, wtf?) this word was a polite declination. It later became just another word for "no", and is only used in mockery of obfiscation.
Nay! Good faith.
Generally used in the North West of England (particularly Greater Manchester). Just a simple word for 'no'. A stronger word for this is 'schnay
', used primarily in Wigan.
"'Ere, you goin' intuh' toyn foh' geh' a paaaah?*"
(*Translation: Are you going into town to get a pie?)
Shakespearean English word meaning 'no'. Nay is now used in Northern England and amongst posh people.
A woman with extraordinary sexual abilities. She talks dirty without prompting. She is mainly skilled at fellatio, and "throwing it back" fucked from behind. Basically, she is the woman you would fuck around with even if you got a wifey or boo. Her pussy is so good you will forever have her saved in your phone under your best friend's name so your wifey wouldn't find out who she is.
i'm tired let me call "Nay" to relax.
An old Shakespeare term of disagreeing, saying "No."
You will find it in the book "A MidSummer Night's Dream" when Hermia, Helena, Lysander & Demetrius are having an argument due to a certain potion used by Puck and Oberon.
Bella: Nay, I didnt do that!
Charlie The Unicorn: Nay!
Rough. Tough. Tomboy.
- A Girl Whom is A Perfect Fit in Someone's Lifee ; A Stud. Preferably A ->Prince? Whom is Looking For Their Princess. People Love Her Very Much. Great Personality.
The Princess is now Loved By Nay.
Kind of like saying "yeah right!" or "not even." or "that's incorrect."
"You have a crush on her!"