Origin of nae
How to use nae in a sentence
He talked away a wee while an' then put up a prayer; but there was nae consolation in't for onybody.
The bits o' weans gang aboot the hoose wonderin' at her, and she looks to them too, but ye'd think she'd nae interest in onything.
"There's nae word o' Mysie yet," said Nellie, when he came in, and her words seemed to shock him with their unexpectedness.
"Och, there's nae harm meant," returned Annie, taken aback by the old woman's admonition.
Dammit, hae ye nae common sense, swearin' an' jokin' about sic a thing!