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Naah Expression, Naah Soul Urge, Naah Inner Dream


Numerology information Naah:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Definition funny of Naah:

urbanUnderestimated by many, naah can be used in a variety of ways. Although easiest to assume that it's slang for "no," naah is more of a mocking term. It can be used to make someone's problem seem mediocre, or to brush off a really stupid idea or person, giving you the power to make them feel worthless, which is great. Or you can use naah to make yourself feel better after hearing a stupid singers name... and you can put it in words that would normally suck

urban"aw man, im having a bad hair day" -"NAAH!" "hey, wanna go to a club tonig-" "NAAAAHH!!!!!!!" Brittany Spears-NAAH! "naahsty"

urbansaying 'no' in lazy way.....

urbanali:do you know? ana:naah

urbana south-eastern english way of saying no

urbannaaah mate

urbanThe term "Na'ah", pronounced: Nya-ahh, is a term used by those of the African American community. The term is an abreviation for "Nigga" but due to a heavy accent some letters do not get pronounced. It is mainly used by those who consider themselves to be a gangster or a thug. People who use this term are considered to be finnahs, or ignorant, people of African American decent.


Songs about Naah:

songsNaah Leggo by Ziggy Marley from the Album Time Has Come: The Best Of Ziggy Marley And The Melody Makers

songsNaah Worry by Idominant from the Album Naah Worry-Single

songsNaah Pucho by MC Special feat. Manak-E & AV from the Album Naah Pucho

songsNaah Run Lef Mi Fren by Konshens from the Album Groupie Luv Riddim

songsNaah Tell by Natel from the Album Skin to Skin Riddim

songsMi Naah by I-Octane from the Album Natural Juice Riddim

songsNaah Do Weh Dem A Do by Buju Banton from the Album Buju-Nah Weh Dem


Wiki information Naah:

Musical Recording, Canonical Version

Ix Ek' Naah
Woman, Person

Ix Ekʻ Naah, also known as the Snake Lady of Palenque, was a Maya queen of the Kaan kingdom in Campeche. She was a daughter of Lady Bʻakabʻ, wife of the King Tuun K'ab' Hix and had a daughter who married one lord, Prince of La Corona.