word of the week – namolny

May 3, 2017 | word of the week

namolny – intrusive, persistent, unrelenting, nagging

I was sent this word in an email from my friend in Kraków who is looking after the remont (renovation) of our flat’s bathroom. She used it to describe the behaviour of our neighbour who is rather too involved in its progress. I hadn’t a clue what it meant, but now I do, it’s a very good description of this fellow and very onomatopoeic…..

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