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nae

 (nā)
adv. Scots
1. No.
2. Not.

nae

(neɪ) or

na

determiner
a Scot word for no1, not

nae

(neɪ)
Scot. and North Eng. adv.
1. no; not.
adj.
2. no.
References in classic literature ?
Hoot, hoot, hoot," said the barber, "nae kind of a man, nae kind of a man at all;" and began to ask me very shrewdly what my business was; but I was more than a match for him at that, and he went on to his next customer no wiser than he came.
There's nae such thing as a newspaper ever darkens my doors.
I always remember what old William MacAllister said of her at her funeral, `There's nae doot she was a Chreestian wumman, but she had the de'il's own temper.
Then I'll just tak' my depairture," replies the other, "for I'm nae gude here
Nae Pasaran had its world premiere at a gala screening in the Glasgow Film Theatre on Sunday to mark the end of the Glasgow Film Festival, and now this special post premiere showing is coming to the town where it all began.
Kariba REDD+ see the EARTH token and NAE initiative as an innovative approach toward a sustainable future, recognizing that the NAE can open up the market beyond the current buyers predominantly made up of international companies.
We were accompanied by experienced guide Dale, son of Nae Limits founder John Mason Strang.
3 The age of patients with NAE range from 11-60 years but onset typically occurs between 35-55 years.
The video, which has over 33 million views on YouTube alone, sees the budding American rapper combine several contemporary popular genres such as the nae nae, the whip, the stanky leg and the bop in one video.
John Mason-Strang, founder of activity company Nae Limits, said: "Aqualining is a great mix of water play, fun and adventure and all set in spectacular scenery.
It's called the Nae Nae," said Miley, further adding, "I keep trying to start it at all my shows and nobody's really doing it back at me.