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nag1 (næɡ)
vb (when intr, often foll by at) , nags, nagging, nagged
1.  to scold or annoy constantly
2.  to be a constant source of discomfort or worry (to): toothache nagged him all day
3.  a person, esp a woman, who nags
[C19: of Scandinavian origin; compare Swedish nagga to gnaw, irritate, German nagen]

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