NED


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ned

(nɛd)
n
(Peoples) slang derogatory Scot a young working-class male who dresses in casual sports clothes
[C20: a shortened form of Edward]
ˈneddy, ˈneddish adj

NED

or N.E.D.,

New English Dictionary (Oxford English Dictionary).
Translations

ned

[ned] N (esp Scot) → chorizo/a m/f, gamberro/a m/f

ned

n (inf)Rowdy m; (= criminal type)Halunke m
References in classic literature ?
Thus the Abraham Lincoln wanted for no means of destruction; and, what was better still she had on board Ned Land, the prince of harpooners.
Who calls himself Canadian calls himself French; and, little communicative as Ned Land was, I must admit that he took a certain liking for me.
Little by little, Ned Land acquired a taste for chatting, and I loved to hear the recital of his adventures in the polar seas.
Neither one, you--you unscientific heathen," answered Tom, with a laugh at Ned.
I believe you--that is if you got on its trail," returned Ned, and there was warm admiration in his voice.
It sounds like the wildest dream of a professional sleep-walker; and yet, when I stop to think, it isn't much worse than some of the things we've gone through with, Ned.
Fore Gad, Ned,' rejoined the father, 'I was cool enough last night.
My dear Ned,' said his father, 'I will hear you with the patience of an anchorite.
For his manner of doing so, I give you my honour, Ned, I am not accountable,' said his father.
The young man, named Ned Currie, was older than Alice.
On the evening before he left Winesburg to take up his new life in the city, Ned Currie went to call on Alice.
Now we will have to stick to each other, whatever happens we will have to do that," Ned Currie said as he left the girl at her father's door.