Meaning of NAKED in English

adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English nacod; akin to Old High German nackot ~, Latin nudus, Greek gymnos Date: before 12th century not covered by clothing ; nude , devoid of customary or natural covering ; bare : as, not enclosed in a sheath or scabbard , not provided with a shade , lacking pubescence or enveloping or subtending parts, lacking foliage or vegetation, lacking an external covering (as of hair, feathers, or shell), 3. scantily supplied or furnished, lacking embellishment ; unadorned , unarmed , defenseless, lacking confirmation or support, devoid of concealment or disguise, unaided by any optical device or instrument , not backed by the writer's ownership of the commodity contract or security, see: bare ~ly adverb ~ness noun

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