Definition of noy in English:

noy

noun

English Regional, Scottish, Northern
rare, archaic
  • Annoyance, trouble; suffering, distress, sadness.

noun

Physics
  • A unit of perceived noisiness.

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in Arthour and Merlin. Partly aphetic from annoy, and partly directly from Anglo-Norman nui, nouy, nuye<br>1950s. Shortened from noise.

Pronunciation

noy

/nɔɪ/