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noodge

transitive verb \ˈnu̇j\

Definition of noodge

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  pester, nag whose socially ambitious daughter noodges him to seek admission to the exclusive Bushwood Country Club — Glenn Collins

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Origin and Etymology of noodge

Yiddish nudyen to bore, from Polish nudzić; akin to Polish nuda boredom, Old Slavic nouditi to press hard, constrain, nužda need — more at nudnick


First Known Use: 1967


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noodge

Definition of noodge

  1. variant of 3nudge

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