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No. "Nah" and "no" mean the same thing. "Nah" is often followed by "man." As in "nah, man."
-Person 1: Do you wanna go to the movie theater?
-Person 2: Nah.
OR
-Person 1: Do you want to go strip in front of my neighbor's house?
-Person 2: Nah, man. That's just gross.
by I_Love_Me November 08, 2004
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nah a typically turkish cultural gesture which expresses misbelieve, distrust, challenge, opposition or disobedience. nah occurs when someone puts his/her thumb between forefinger and middle finger and the nahhed fist is shown to the person at whom it is aimed.

a more brutal version of the gesture exists, by creating a "slash" like sound after turning the nahhed fist with an immediate forward motion, in order that the nahhed wrist hits the other hand's palm.

literally nah means "like the hell it is?"
-Person 1 : Can you lend me your car?
-Person 2 : Nah!
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An expression used when the aforementioned statement sounds incredibly unfeasible/stupid on closer hearing.
Y'know, George W. Bush could actually be considered a competant president. (pause) Nah....
by Andrew Version 1. March 23, 2004
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Nah: (Nn-ahh) Noun. A word commonly used as a replacement for "no", "nope", "shut up", or "no, don't give me that food, I don't want to get fat". But mostly "no".
Person A: Are you busy today?
Person B: Mmm... nah.

Person A: Do you want to go get dinner?
Person B: Mmm... nah.

Person A: Do you like her?
Person B: Mmm... nah.
by That Chick You Like April 06, 2012
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This is the shortage of "na huj" (на ХУЙ) - "nah", wich means "fuck no" or "I dont care". Most popular slang word in russian language between young ppl for long time (ages).

1. Do u wanna go there?
2. Nah .. I dont.

1. Lets do it man!
2. Nah man, I wont!
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Used when "no" is too formal, and "nope" is too casual.

If it's ever capitilized, you're using it wrong.
Police: "Did you kill this man?!"
Me: nah
by ICantThinkOfAUsername June 29, 2015
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