Nyet vs Nyem - What's the difference?

nyet | nyem |


As nouns the difference between nyet and nyem

is that nyet is (slang|russian) a russian no; a negative response while nyem is (geordie) name.

As an interjection nyet

is (russia|russian) no in a russian context.

nyet

English

Noun

(-)
  • (slang, Russian) A Russian no; a negative response.
  • Interjection

  • (Russia, Russian) No in a Russian context.
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  • , date=1990-12-31 , year= , month= , first= , last= , author=F. Coleman , coauthors= , title=A Soviet Bombshell , volume=116 , issue=27 , page=50 , magazine=Newsweek , publisher= , issn= , url= , passage="Nyet ," he said with an impatient wave, and walked into the cold night. }}
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  • , date= , year=2010 , month=Oct , first= , last= , author=John G. Hemry , coauthors= , title=The Rift , volume=130 , issue=10 , page=9 , magazine=Analog Science Fiction & Fact , publisher= , issn= , url= , passage=Nyet problem, Sarge. }}

    Antonyms

    * da

    Anagrams

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    nyem

    English

    Alternative forms

    * name (standard English)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (Geordie) name
  • References

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