Definitions

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  • interj. Eye dialect spelling of no.

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Examples

  • August 21, 2008 at 1:37 am oh , wait i fixed mai name naw, in da comment bord, it says name required and ai spelt it rong, silleh me!

    Teen kitteh earnin extra - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • So you sayin niggas aint shit basically? lol naw, that is just the nature of man.

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  • These included the distribution of huge amounts of various sweets at durbar or court during "public" holidays such as naw ruz or New Year's and other celebrations including the Islamic calendar holidays or eids, its nearly unlimited availability to accompany the tea that was continually consumed by those attending regular court sessions, its use during life course rituals for local notables such as weddings and births when Abd al-Rahman distributed bountiful helpings of sweetmeats to the family/families in question, and the huge supplies of sugar-laden drinks and edibles presented directly to domestic and foreign state guests during their stays in Kabul.

    Connecting Histories in Afghanistan: Market Relations and State Formation on a Colonial Frontier

  • "naw" said the first goblin, who had grumbled about orders.

    Hammer and Axe

  • "I won't take 'naw' fer a answer; an 'dis here's de way fer to jump yer wealthy crib.

    A Night Out

  • Do you think we no longer remember the three men of the Tana-naw that the white man Macklewrath killed?

    KEESH, SON OF KEESH

  • Was there ever yet a Tana-naw maiden who fetched so great a price?

    KEESH, SON OF KEESH

  • From north, south, east, and west they had come, even from Tozikakat and far Tana-naw.

    KEESH, SON OF KEESH

  • And further, O Gnob, thou art chief of the Tana-naw; and I, Keesh, the son of Keesh, am chief of the Thlunget.

    KEESH, SON OF KEESH

  • Thus have I spoken, I, Gnob, chief of the Tana-naw.

    KEESH, SON OF KEESH

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