Meaning of naggy in English:



See nag

‘The local men are also allowed to drench naggy or annoying women with cold water - ‘to chase the evil spirits away’.’
  • ‘‘Geez, you sound like a naggy annoying married couple,’ Julia commented.’
  • ‘You might worry that you sound naggy / girly, but arguably, you have no idea how he would hear such things.’
  • ‘The funny thing is, I keep having this naggy thought that I've seen you somewhere before.’
  • ‘She was naggy, annoying and could be such a little brat when she was pessimistic.’