Nash

[nash]
noun
  1. John,1752–1835, English architect and city planner.
  2. Ogden,1902–71, U.S. writer of humorous verse.
  3. Also Nashe. Thomas,Pasquil, 1567–1601, English dramatist, novelist, and satirical pamphleteer.
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Historical Examples of nashe

  • Besides, I have children, and our affairs are commercial (nashe dyelo torgovoe).

    Russia

    Donald Mackenzie Wallace

  • But four years later, as we have seen, Nashe confounds elves with fairies in deriving all alike from fauns and dryads.

  • He looked hard at Edward Henry, as though to stare down the memory of the failure of Nashe's verse.

    The Regent

    E. Arnold Bennett

  • Evidence shall be given to show that Nashe was antagonistic to Shakespeare and co-operated with Greene against him at this period.

  • It was this kind of dramatic stage-carpenter work that left an opening for Nashe's strictures in 1589 in his Menaphon "Address."


British Dictionary definitions for nashe

Nashe

Nash

noun
  1. Thomas. 1567–1601, English pamphleteer, satirist, and novelist, author of the first picaresque novel in English, The Unfortunate Traveller, or the Life of Jack Wilton (1594)

Nash

noun
  1. John. 1752–1835, English town planner and architect. He designed Regent's Park, Regent Street, and the Marble Arch in London
  2. Ogden. 1902–71, US humorous poet
  3. Paul. 1889–1946, English painter, noted esp as a war artist in both World Wars and for his landscapes
  4. Richard, known as Beau Nash. 1674–1762, English dandy
  5. See (Thomas) Nashe
  6. Sir Walter . 1882–1968, New Zealand Labour statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1957–60)
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