nude – Wiktionary

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Michelangelo’ David is a widely known statue of a nude male.

A mannequin carrying what was described as a nude bra.

Etymology[edit]

Entered English 1531 as a authorized time period, that means “unsupported, not formally attested,” from Latin nūdus (bare, naked).

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nude (comparative nuder, superlative nudest)

  1. With out clothes or different protecting of the pores and skin; with out clothes on the genitals or feminine nipples.

    Why do you act so prudish everytime you see nude individuals?

  2. Characterised by the nudity of individuals involved or to whom the described noun is attributed.
    • 2019 December 19, Elaine McCahill, “I stated no to ‘Sport of Thrones’ nude scene, says ‘Charlie’ actress Sinead Watters”, Irish Impartial: Charlie’s breakout star Sinead Watters has revealed that she stated no to a nude function in Sport of Thrones.
  3. (of clothes, make-up, and so on) Of a shade (comparable to beige or tan) that evokes naked flesh.
    • 2007, Brenda Janowitz, Scot On The Rocks, →ISBN, web page 113:

      Vanessa at all times wore the identical shade on each her palms and ft—Hitchcock Blonde—a barely-there nude shade with a touch of pink that was solely two shades away from clear topcoat. It was the kind of factor you’ll think about Grace Kelly in []

    • 2010, Raquel Welch, Raquel: Past the Cleavage, →ISBN, web page 143:

      It gave me a stunning, pure, however juicy shade. To appropriate the form of my mouth, I lined my lips with a nude shade like MAC’s Spice combined with Mochaberry Computerized Lip Liner, mixing the liner very fastidiously to verify there was no onerous edge.

    • 2012, Dilvin Yasa, Issues My Daughter Must Know, →ISBN:

      Don’t, below any circumstances (even when grunge is again in), put on a white or black bra below light-coloured clothes – solely a nude bra will do.

    • 2016 June 2, “Firm releases nude chest binder line for various pores and skin tones”, within the Washington Blade
    • For extra quotations utilizing this time period, see Citations:nude.
  4. (legislation, out of date) Not legitimate; void.
    • 1825, Sir William Hay Macnaghten, Ideas and Precedents of Moohummudan Regulation:

      A void sale is that which may by no means take impact; by which the articles opposed to one another, or one in all them, not bearing any authorized worth the contract is nude.

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Noun[edit]

nude (plural nudes)

  1. A portray, sculpture, {photograph} or different paintings or mass-media-reproduced picture depicting a number of human determine(s) in a state of close to or complete undress.

    Michelangelo’s David is a widely known standing male nude; Michelangelo additionally created a number of different nudes.

    Lexa despatched me a nude final week.

  2. (with article, “the nude”) The state of complete nudity.
  3. A shade that resembles or evokes naked flesh; a paint, dye, and so on. of such shade.
    • 2013, Debra, Easy methods to be a Man Magnet[1]:

      What eye shadow appears to be like greatest on my eye shade? Brown eyes – Off whites, nudes, peaches, and purples.

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Interlingua[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English nude, Italian nudo, French nu and Spanish nudo/Portuguese nu (additionally desnudo and desnudo), all from Latin nūdus.

Adjective[edit]

nude (comparative plus nude, superlative le plus nude)

  1. nude, bare, naked

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Italian[edit]

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nude

  1. female plural of nudo

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nūde

  1. vocative masculine singular of nūdus

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Noun[edit]

nude m, f (plural nudes)

  1. (Web slang) nude ({photograph} of a unadorned individual)

Utilization notes[edit]

The phrase is masculine in Brazil and female in Portugal.


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nude

  1. female plural of nud
  2. neuter plural of nud

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