The flying saucer that appears from right to left in the arcade game 'Space Invaders'

"Willie got the ned every time. And always 300 points".
by alcan August 14, 2008
Bit of a larrikan kind of a donkey
Ned McCutcheon a fella from Hurlstone who lives in Trangie
by Rodgaa April 03, 2005
scotish word for townie
see townie
by ... May 06, 2004
an acronym for non-educated delinquent, a ned describes what a Londoner may refer to as a "rudeboy". This overly long and complicated word for such simpletons originated in Scotland.
Look at that herd of neds approaching us...
by Talfan July 16, 2005
Derived from non-educated deliquent. Originates in Scotland, particularly Glasgow, but is now used throughout the UK.
A young person who is particularly fond of tracksuits and imitation gold jewellery. They will listen to dance music. A ned will attempt to get as drunk as possible while spending the least money possible and will smoke cheap pot.
em no ned, me! yer feckin' huppy.
by stay classy san diego April 05, 2005
Non-educated delinquent.

Spot a need by their fake brand or stolen tracksuit, white cap, white trainers, cheap booze (often buckfast), lack of self-hygene and distain for anyone with half a brain cell.

Also see townies, chavs, scallys
"pht ye lookin' et?"
by A Friend December 09, 2004
Derived from the term 'Non educated delinquent'. NED was written on the bottom of school reports in the old days when the pupil hadn't achieved anything at school.

Scottish term used mainly in the west coast, similar to chav, scally etc. Often wear tracksuits (with the trousers tucked into their white socks) or some really 'pure dead' expensive label. Hang around in groups around shops or bus stops or mcdonalds. Wear far too much gold jewelry.
Drink bucky or some other drink that makes you pure 'mad fer it'. Often comparing knives.
pure dead brilliant
by jekyllasdfasfdasfdf January 20, 2006

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