One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who persistently complains or nags; a pest, a bore.
with object To pester, to nag at. Also without object: to whine, to complain persistently.
1960s. From noodge. Compare Russian nud′ boring or tedious thing, Polish nudziarz bore, nie nudż! ‘don't be a bore’<br>1960s; earliest use found in Encounter. From Yiddish nudyen to bore, pester from Polish nudzić to bore, weary, make a nuisance of oneself or Russian nudit′ to wear out (with complaints, questions, etc.).
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