See also: Nazi, nazí, nazī, and naži

English edit

Etymology edit

See Nazi.

Adjective edit

nazi (comparative more nazi, superlative most nazi)

  1. Alternative form of Nazi
    Auschwitz was a nazi concentration camp.

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Noun edit

nazi (plural nazis)

  1. Alternative form of Nazi
    The most prominent and well-known nazi was Adolf Hitler.
    I tried to get into the club, but the door nazi threw me out.

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nazi m or f by sense (plural nazis)

  1. Nazi

Dutch edit

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈnaː.zi/, /ˈnaː.tsi/
  • (file)
  • Homophone: natie (one pronunciation)

Noun edit

nazi m (plural nazi's, diminutive nazi'tje n)

  1. Nazi, member of the NSDAP
  2. a member of similar movements, whether Nazi, fascist, neo-Nazi or in any other way ultranationalist
  3. (slang, derogatory, offensive) an authoritarian, strict or nitpicky person

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Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from German Nazi (Nazi).

Adjective edit

nazi (feminine nazie, masculine plural nazis, feminine plural nazies)

  1. Nazi

Noun edit

nazi m (plural nazis, feminine nazie)

  1. Nazi
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Etymology 2 edit

Probably from dialectal nase ("snot"). Compare German Nase (nose).

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nazi (plural nazis)

  1. (obsolete, slang) Alternative form of nasi (syphilitic)

Noun edit

nazi m (plural nazis)

  1. (obsolete, slang) Alternative form of nasi (syphilitic)

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nazi

  1. plural of nazo

Latvian edit

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nazi m

  1. vocative/accusative/instrumental singular of nazis

Ngazidja Comorian edit

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nazi class 9 (plural nazi class 10)

  1. coconut
  2. coconut milk

References edit

  • nazi” in Outils & Ressources pour l'Exploitation de la Langue Comorienne, 2008.

Old High German edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

naz (wet) +‎

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nazī f

  1. wetness

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  • Middle High German: neʒʒe

Portuguese edit

Alternative forms edit

Pronunciation edit

  • Rhymes: -i
  • Hyphenation: na‧zi

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nazi m or f by sense (plural nazis)

  1. (Portugal, historical) Nazi (member of the Nazi party)

Adjective edit

nazi m or f by sense (plural nazis)

  1. (Portugal, historical) Nazi (relating to Nazis, the Nazi party or Nazi Germany)

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Spanish edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from German Nazi, a shortening of Nationalsozialist (National Socialist).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): (Spain) /ˈnaθi/ [ˈna.θi]
  • IPA(key): (Latin America) /ˈnasi/ [ˈna.si]
    • (Spain) Rhymes: -aθi
    • (Latin America) Rhymes: -asi
    • Syllabification: na‧zi
  • IPA(key): /ˈnatsi/ [ˈnat̪.si]

Noun edit

nazi m or f by sense (plural nazis)

  1. Nazi

Adjective edit

nazi m or f (masculine and feminine plural nazis)

  1. Nazi

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Swahili edit

Etymology edit

Found throughout Sabaki and in nearby languages, like Yao naasi (coconut), although this may be due to borrowing. Other cognates refer to different palms, e.g. Luhya munazi (oil palm) and Tooro omunazi (date palm), leaving the origin and meaning unknown, although a nebulous connection to Proto-Bantu *ngàdí (palm oil) has been suggested.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

nazi (n class, plural nazi)

  1. coconut (especially a mature coconut)

Derived terms edit

  • mnazi (coconut palm)

See also edit

  • dafu (young coconut)
  • mbata (old coconut used for copra)
  • koroma (ripening coconut)