Definition of nesh in English:

nesh

adjective

British
dialect
  • (especially of a person) weak and delicate; feeble.

    ‘it was nesh to go to school in a topcoat’
    • ‘It confirms London's Transport system is on the verge of collapse and people who live in the capital - to use a word they don't understand - are nesh.’
    sickly, in poor health, unhealthy, valetudinarian, frail, feeble, weak, weakly, debilitated
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Origin

Old English hnesce, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch dialect nes ‘soft or foolish’.

Pronunciation

nesh

/nɛʃ/