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Definition nag

Etymology 1

From Middle English nagge, cognate with Dutch negge.

Noun

nag (plural nags)

  1. A small horse; a pony.
  2. An old useless horse.
  3. (obsolete, derogatory) A paramour.

Etymology 2

Probably from a North Germanic source; compare Swedish nagga (“to gnaw, grumble”), Danish nage, Icelandic nagga (“to complain”).

Verb

nag (third-person singular simple present nags, present participle nagging, simple past and past participle nagged)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To continuously remind or complain to (someone) in an annoying way, often about insignificant or unnecessary matters.
  2. To bother with persistent thoughts or memories.
  3. To bother or disturb persistently in any way.
Noun

nag (plural nags)

  1. Someone or something that nags.
  2. A repeated complaint or reminder.
  3. A persistent, bothersome thought or worry

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