determiner, exclamation, adverb& noun
Scottish form of no.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.’
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