|1.||completely unclothed; undressed|
|2.||having no covering; bare; exposed|
|a. lacking some essential legal requirement, esp supporting evidence|
|b. (of a contract, agreement, etc) made without consideration and void unless under seal|
|4.||the state of being naked (esp in the phrase in the nude)|
|5.||a naked figure, esp in painting, sculpture, etc|
|[C16: from Latin nūdus]|
"Made in Germany, imported to France, is the cult of Nudism, a mulligan stew of vegetarianism, physical culture and pagan worship." ["Time," July 1, 1929]Nudie "a nude show" is from 1935.