Definition of nudnik in English:

nudnik

Line breaks: nud¦nik
Pronunciation: /ˈnʊdnɪk
 
/
(also nudnick)

noun

North American informal
A pestering, nagging, or irritating person; a bore.
More example sentences
  • Prudie is so tired of all the nonsense propagated by the PC nudniks.
  • Tell the nudnik: ‘If you catch me eating sweets, I'll pay you $50.’
  • Similarly, if a nudnick comes into your life, put aside personal animosity.

Origin

1940s: Yiddish, from Russian nudnyĭ 'tedious'.

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