nay

listen to the pronunciation of nay
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ney. Kamış düdük. Bak: Ney
(Osmanlı Dönemi) ölüm haberi
Kamış
Kamış, saz
Englisch - Englisch
Nayarit, a state of Mexico
no
or even, or more like, or should I say. Introduces a stronger and more appropriate expression than the preceding one

And even in our wildest and most wandering reveries, nay in our very dreams, we shall find, if we reflect, that the imagination ran not altogether at adventures,.

A vote against

I vote nay, even though the motion is popular, because I would rather be right than popular.

A person who voted against

The vote is 4 in favor and 20 opposed, the nays have it.

{a} no, by no means, not only so but more
To refuse
formulae Nay is an old-fashioned, literary, or dialect word for `no'. a 'no' - used when voting
Denial; refusal
Nay is sometimes used to mean `no' when talking about people voting against something or refusing to give consent for something. The House of Commons can merely say yea or nay to the executive judgment
or even, or more like, or should I say
Not this merely, but also; not only so, but; used to mark the addition or substitution of a more explicit or more emphatic phrase
not this merely but also; not only so but; "each of us is peculiar, nay, in a sense unique"
{i} refusal; negative vote (Archaic)
a negative vote; one who votes in the negative
not this merely but also; not only so but; "each of us is peculiar, nay, in a sense unique
a negative; "the nays have it" not this merely but also; not only so but; "each of us is peculiar, nay, in a sense unique
no; furthermore (Archaic)
emphasis You use nay in front of a stronger word or phrase which you feel is more correct than the one you have just used and helps to emphasize the point you are making. Long essays, nay, whole books have been written on this. = indeed
a negative; "the nays have it"
No; a negative answer to a question asked, or a request made, now superseded by no
Nay Pyi Taw
An alternative spelling for Naypyidaw, the new (since 2005) administrative capital of Myanmar (formerly Burma)
nay-say
A refusal, denial, or negation

That, replied Miss Lucy, depends entirely on the manner in which the nay-says are said..

nay-say
To speak negatively of something
nay-say
To reply no
nay-saying
Present participle of nay-say
nay-saying
Negating; denial; the personality trait of contrariness

We need a tool to extract from the risk assessment and intervention contingency tables any bias toward yea-saying or nay-saying.

say nay
refuse; forbid
yea and nay
hesitancy, wavering, "sitting on the fence", being unsure what stance to take
nay

    Türkische aussprache

    ney

    Aussprache

    /ˈnā/ /ˈneɪ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'nA ] (adverb.) 13th century. From Middle English nai, nei, from Old Norse nei (“no”), contraction of ne (“not”) + ei (“ever”). More at no.

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