ixnay

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  • adjective no, not, none. An all-purpose negative formed by the principle of pig Latin from the word nix, itself derived from the Yiddish and German for not or nothing. Ixnay was heard, particularly in the USA, in the 1950s and 1960s, but is now virtually obsolete apart from in the phrase ‘ixnay ofay’, meaning no white people allowed. Like nix it can also function as a verb.
  • adverb no, not, none. An all-purpose negative formed by the principle of pig Latin from the word nix, itself derived from the Yiddish and German for not or nothing. Ixnay was heard, particularly in the USA, in the 1950s and 1960s, but is now virtually obsolete apart from in the phrase ‘ixnay ofay’, meaning no white people allowed. Like nix it can also function as a verb.
  • noun no, not, none. An all-purpose negative formed by the principle of pig Latin from the word nix, itself derived from the Yiddish and German for not or nothing. Ixnay was heard, particularly in the USA, in the 1950s and 1960s, but is now virtually obsolete apart from in the phrase ‘ixnay ofay’, meaning no white people allowed. Like nix it can also function as a verb.
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