nadie

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish nadi (no one), from Latin nati (born) (nada (nothing) also originates from the same root, from nata), from the Latin phrase homines nati non fecerunt ("born men did not do it").

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈnadje/, [ˈna.ð̞je]

Pronoun[edit]

nadie

  1. no one, nobody; anyone, anybody
    No hay nadie en el cuarto.
    There is no one in the room.
    No conozco a nadie de España.
    I do not know anyone from Spain.
    Nadie sabe que su hermano es gay.
    Nobody knows that his/her brother is gay.

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