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Definition of Na na Na Na Naa

Na na Na Na Naa

intensifier

  • A slang form of saying No No No. Compare to teasing, daring, or comparing. For example: Damn! Little Smitty is fast he's always saying [Na na Na Na Naa] you can't catch me.

    Last edited on Oct 12 2017. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on Oct 12 2017.

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