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EtymologyEdit

nail +‎ -y

AdjectiveEdit

naily (comparative more naily, superlative most naily)

  1. full of nails (the fastener)
  2. having long or overly protruding nails (fingernails or toenails)
    • 1970, Arthur Mason, The cook and the captain bold
      As his black, naily fingers dug loose the scaly pig's skin, wandering tears came to the bo'sun 's eyes.

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