Translation for 'nag' from English to Russian
NOUN   a nag | nags
VERB   to nag | nagged | nagged
nagging | nags
SYNO common scold | hack | jade | ...
unverified придираться [несов.]nag
кляча {ж} [презр.] [изнурённая лошадь] nag [coll.] [often pej.] [a horse, esp. one that is old or in poor health]
придираться к кому-л. из-за чего-л. [несов.] [разг.]to nag sb. about sth.
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Usage Examples English
  • Nag's Head Town Centre, a shopping arcade between Morrisons and Selby's, is governed by the Nag's Head Town Centre Management Group.
  • The city has an ancient temple of "Bhadranag" a form of Lord Shiva, popularly known as "Nagoba Mandir" or "Nag Mandir".
  • The hill is famous for its Nag temple in the region and on every Rishi Panchami thousands of people visit the temple and worship the Nag Karkotaka Maharaj.
  • Petersen decides to assign cruel Rham Lahl (Bruce Gordon) to Kala Nag, as Toomai is too young for the job.
  • The name of the town was actually "nag-dah" which means cremation/burning ("dah") of snakes ("nag").

  • There is a big rock in the shape of snake 'nag'. According to a popular legend, Maharaj Mutuk Nath Sah Deo was saved by a nag or cobra.
  • Ancient Temple, Ladhoo, is located in the middle of a natural fed pond or spring known as Sanz Haer Nag or Sanyasar Nag in Ladhoo, a village in the Pulwama district of the southern part of the Kashmir Valley of the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Aarathi arrives at the estate owned by two brothers played by Anant Nag and Jai Jagadish and becomes a daily-wage labourer.
  • Located on the suburbs of Srinagar, Vichar Nag is a locality that gets its name from an ancient Shiva temple.
  • Nagula Chavithi, a festival to worship Nag Devatas (Serpent Gods), is mainly a women's festival.

  • Nag Panchami takes place on the 5th of Shrawan to commemorate the battle between Nag and Garur.
  • Soule found an equal number of men and women nag; however, studies have shown that women are more likely to nag both men and women, while men are more likely to nag only men.
  • Qazigund is surrounded by springs, known as "nags" in the local language.
  • The prefixes "naga-" and "maga-" may be shortened to "ga-" in colloquial speech and in colloquial writing, which may indicate a lack of aspect but it still preserves the form.
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