Opposite of “yep”

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 9 Oct 18, Tuesday

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Nav (singular Polish: Nawia, plural Polish: Nawie, Czech: Nav, Slovene: Navje, Serbian: Нав, Ukrainian: Мавка (mavka) or Нявка (nyavka)) is a phrase used to denote the souls of the dead in Slavic mythology.[1] The singular form (Nav or Nawia) is also used as a name for an underworld, over which Veles exercises custody—it is often interpreted as another name for the underground variant of the Vyraj.[1]


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The words nawia, nav and its other variants are most likely derived from the Proto-Slavic *navь-, meaning “corpse”, “deceased”.[2]

The nawie, nawki, sometimes also referred to as lalki[1] (all plural forms) was used as a name for the souls of the dead. According to some scholars (namely Stanisław Urbańczyk, among others), this word was a general name for demons arising out of the souls of tragic and premature deaths, killers, warlocks, the murdered and the Drowned Dead.[3] They were said to be hostile and unfavourable towards humans, being jealous of life.[3] In Bulgarian folklore there exists the character of 12 navias that sucked the blood out of women giving birth, whereas in the Ruthenian Primary Chronicle the navias are presented as a demonic personification of the 1092 plague in Polotsk.[2] According to folk tales, the nawie usually took the form of birds.[1]

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