Slangs are the expressions which are used in their most informal usages.Slang is language at its most informal, using expressions that many would consider to be grammatically imperfect and sometimes rude. Slang often used within small social groups where it can help draw and keep the group together. It changes very quickly in English.
Cockney Rhyming Slangs are the specialised forms of slangs used in the East of London. This kind of Slang is a kind of antilanguage where words are replaced by phrases that rhyme (sound the same): North and south = mouth Adam and Eve = believe Sometimes, the last word is dropped.
Slangs beginning with N :
Nab : (UK) To nab can be to steal or to arrest.
Naff : (UK) Something that is 'naff' is of poor quality or tasteless.
Nails : (UK) If someone's nails, they are very strong and good in a fight. (It comes from 'hard as nails)
Nang : (UK) Something that's nang is very good.
Narg : (UK) A narg is a boring person who does not fit in with other people.
Natty : (UK) If something or someone is natty, they are smart and stylish.
Nectar : If something's nectar, it is very good.
Ned : (Scot) A ned is Scottish term for an unpleasant young person with no manners, usually drunk and often criminal.
Neet : A neet is a young person who does nothing (=Not in Employment, Education or Training).
Nerdgasm : When someone has a nerdgasm, they get very excited about something technological or geeky.
Nervous Nellie : A nervous Nellie is someone who is always worrying unnecessarily about things.
Nick : (UK) The nick is prison or police station. As a verb, it means to arrest or catch someone.
Nickel : (USA) A nickel is a five-cent coin.
Nickel : (USA) A nickel is a five-year prison sentence.
Nickel bag : (USA) A nickel bag of a drug is five dollars' worth.
Nimby : A nimby is someone who objects to policies or decisions that might affect them but don't mind if they affect others. (It is an acronym of Not In My Back Yard)
Nipper : (UK) A nipper is a small child.
Nix : (USA) To nix something is to forbid or ban it.
Noddy dog : (UK) If someone's like a noddy dog, they are always agreeing with people in authority.
Nonce : (UK) A nonce is a sex offender.
Noob : A noob is someone who is new to something, especially in computing and on the internet. (It is an alternative spelling and abbreviation of 'newbie')
Nug : (USA) A nug is a girlfriend.
Numpty : (UK) A numpty is a clueless person who will never have any idea what they are or should be doing. ('Numptie' and 'numshie' are alternative spellings.)
Nuts : If someone is nuts, they behave strangely or are crazy.
Nutter : (UK) A nutter is someone who is mad or obsessed with something.
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