Meaning of nagger in English:

nagger

Pronunciation /ˈnaɡə/

Translate nagger into Spanish

noun

See nag

‘There are plenty of knockers and naggers over there.’
  • ‘Jessica's parents never seemed relaxed because they were constant worriers and even worse naggers.’
  • ‘Consider telling someone who is not a nagger or blamer.’
  • ‘I hate to be the sex addict nagger but he won't talk about it.’
  • ‘He hadn't meant to kill her, but if there was anything he hated more than a cheater, it was a nagger.’