A southern interpretation on the Sheffield meaning, which is used when something is good or cool.
The word originates from the miss communication when it was being transferred from the northern to southern dialects.
"Do you like my new trainers?
They are well nesh!"
Used in Australia too.
Similar to "fragile". Used in conjunction with other derogatory slang.
Heard it at skate-park.
He's not trying that?
Nah he's a nesh mongo newbie.
also used in cheshire
nesh =adjective to describe someone who likes comfort, avoids any hardship
he was a very nesh character
A common "school boy" term used to describe a penis of two or fewer inches in length
That dude has a nesh
nesh should almost always be followed Southern Jessie.
ie. Whats up with yu ?
Yu Southern Jessie.
'nesh' cold. taken from the french word 'neige' i persume means snow.
when going outside for a ciggarette 'its nuff nesh out here'