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To act inappropriately in the eyes of peers, to backstab, to verbally abuse
To bother with persistent memories

The notion that he forgot something nagged him the rest of the day.

Other sorts of persistent annoyance, e.g.:
One who [[#Verb|nags]]
An old useless horse
To repeatedly remind or complain to someone in an annoying way, often about insignificant matters
A small horse; a pony
{n} a faddle-horse, a little or young horse
disapproval If someone nags you, they keep asking you to do something you have not done yet or do not want to do. The more Sarah nagged her, the more stubborn Cissie became My girlfriend nagged me to cut my hair She had stopped nagging him about never being home. children nagging their parents into buying things. A nag is someone who nags. Aunt Molly is a nag about regular meals. + nagging nag·ging Her endless nagging drove him away from home
{f} remind incessantly (especially of a chore); criticize relentlessly (of a fault or imperfection); pester; bother; be a persistent source of pain or nuisance
someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
bother persistently with trivial complaints; "She nags her husband all day long"
remind or urge constantly; "she nagged to take a vacation" bother persistently with trivial complaints; "She nags her husband all day long" worry persistently; "nagging concerns and doubts
One who nags
worry persistently; "nagging concerns and doubts
To repeatedly complain about insignificant matters
A paramour; in contempt
an old or over-worked horse
To tease in a petty way; to scold habitually; to annoy; to fret pertinaciously
If something such as a doubt or worry nags at you, or nags you, it keeps worrying you. He could be wrong about her. The feeling nagged at him. the anxiety that had nagged Amy all through lunch Something was nagging in the back of his mind. = niggle
remind or urge constantly; "she nagged to take a vacation"
worry persistently; "nagging concerns and doubts"
A small horse; a pony; hence, any horse
{i} one who nags, pest; overworked and worn out horse; pony, small leisure horse
A small horse; an old female horse; a pony
nag champa
A sandalwood-heavy perfume oil originating in India, or incense thus perfumed
nag screen
A message displayed by a nagware program to encourage the user to purchase the full version
nag screens
plural form of nag screen
Attributive form of nag screen, noun
Nag Hammadi
Town in Upper Egypt on the Nile. In 1945 a collection of 13 codices containing 53 Gnostic texts (scriptures and commentaries) was found nearby at the site of an ancient settlement on the river's eastern bank. Written in the Coptic language, the texts were composed in the 2nd or 3rd century and copied in the 4th century. They include accounts of the life of Jesus and his sayings after his resurrection, predictions of the apocalypse, and theological treatises. As the only surviving documents written by Gnostics themselves, they constitute a major source of knowledge about Gnosticism
nag hammadi
a collection of 13 ancient papyrus codices translated from Greek into Coptic that were discovered by farmers near the town of Nag Hammadi in 1945; the codices contain 45 distinct works including the chief sources of first-hand knowledge of Gnosticism a town in Upper Egypt
nag to death
annoy, harass constantly, bother very much
causing persistent mild pain
To travel on foot
Archaic spelling of shanks' nag
shanks' nag
Transportation by foot. To "take a shanks' nag" means using one's own legs to walk

He took shanks-naig, but fient may care.

To nag
past of nag
One who nags
someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
{i} one who annoys, pest, nag, bother
continually complaining or faultfinding; "a shrewish wife"; "nagging parents"
{s} bothersome, annoying, incessant; criticizing relentlessly; reminding incessantly; of one who nags
Fault-finding; teasing; persistently annoying; as, a nagging toothache
present participle of nag
A nagging pain is not very severe but is difficult to cure. He complained of a nagging pain between his shoulder blades. see also nag
{i} act of reminding incessantly; act of criticizing relentlessly; act of pestering or bothering
in a nagging manner, in a bothersome way, with constant harassment
plural of nag