Definition of nae in English:

nae

determiner, noun, exclamation, & adverb

  • ‘it's nae bother’
    Scottish form of no
    ‘we're nae much guid at rugby’
    • ‘But that was nothing to what Allan Wilson got when he moaned: ‘How can I eat this fish when there's nae chips.’’
    • ‘A member of the public famously captured the essence of his personality when he said: ‘The thing I like about you is that you have nae dignity.’’
    • ‘If that's the case I can understand why my mum and dad split up because there was nae money in the house, simple as that.’
    • ‘I've nae money to get us out of this but we all know that.’
    • ‘Anyway, a deal has been struck, the cash handed over and so the thousands, nae millions, of devoted fans can get their regular fix of this rubbish.’

noun & adverb

  • ‘he's nae doing badly south of the border’
    Scottish form of not
    ‘it's nae as guid as whiskey’
    • ‘‘Aye, it's nae a bad beer at all,’ said one drinker.’
    • ‘We just call it the new stuff, and the new stuff is nae golf.’
    • ‘Mam still runs the Black Dog, and she'd be sure chuffed if ye did nae stop in for a drink.’

Pronunciation

nae

/neɪ/