nash avree!verbget moving; go on; move on19-. etymology: first element from Anglo-Romany nash. Partridge: To go away from, to quit, person(s) or place: 1810-50. Vaux, ‘Speaking of a person who is gone, they say he has nashe’d….’ Ex Romany nash, nasher ‘to run’. + avree; also collected by EMcC/PS; attested by Galloway Tinkler-Gypsies; attested by BS in TDITA, JS, BWnote:
Canadian Paul Pope (2013) cites this and he defines it as ‘to go away’.