Colors Related to this Name: White, Gray

Qualities Related to this Name: Extroverted, Adventurous


In English

Origin: From German Nazi, a shortening of Nationalsozialist, since in German the Nati- in National is pronounced Nazi.


-One who subscribes to or advocates (neo-)Nazism or a similarly fascist, racist, xenophobic, ethnicist or anti-Semitic ideology; a neo-Nazi.

-(by extension) Racist, xenophobic, ethnicist or anti-Semitic.

-(by extension) Totalitarian.

-(historical) A member of the National Socialist German Workers Party (''Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei'', commonly called the NSDAP or Nazi Party).

-(historical) Of or pertaining to the Nazi Party (NSDAP) specifically, or to Nazism, neo-Nazism(,) or neo-Nazis more generally.

-(slang usually pejorative sometimes _ offensive see usage notes below) One who imposes one’s views on others; one who is considered unfairly oppressive or needlessly strict. (also frequently uncapitalised: '''''nazi''''')

In German


-A member or (ideological) supporter of the NSDAP or Nazism; a National Socialist

-(used attributively) (non-gloss definition An expression of strong contempt for someone or something right-wing, authoritarian or xenophobic, as in ''Nazischwein'', ''Nazijournalismus'', etc.)

-( male name no2), a pet name for Ignatius.

-(non-gloss definition A general, extremely strong insult, chiefly for someone right-wing, authoritarian or xenophobic.)