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- (Polari) No; not any.
- 1851, Mayhew, Henry, “Our Street Folk”, in London Labour and the London Poor, volume 3, published 1861, The Canvas Clown, page 126:
- There was no clown for the pantomime, for he had disappointed us, and of course they couldn't get on without one; so, to keep the concern going, old Johnson, who know I was a good tumbler, came up to me, and said 'he had nanti vampo, and your nabs must fake it;' which means,—We have no clown, and you must do it.
- 2004, Baker, Paul, Fantabulosa: A Dictionary of Polari and Gay Slang:
- She's with the trade your mother charvaed yesterday. Some omees have nanti taste!
- 2012 January 10, Karis, “Gareth's bright blue outfit”, in Big Brother Forum (Digital Spy):
- I can't see that over his heaving thews and bulging lallies!¶ Of course he's nanti riah, but with a basket like that, who cares about his eek?
Past participle of nantir.
nanti m (plural nantis)
- “nanti” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
- to wait
nanti (Jawi spelling ننتي)
- “nanti” in Pusat Rujukan Persuratan Melayu | Malay Literary Reference Centre, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2017.