The Collaborative International Dictionary
Noy \Noy\, v. t. [See Annoy.]
To annoy; to vex. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
All that noyed his heavy spright.
Noy \Noy\, n.
That which annoys. [Obs.]
n. (context obsolete English) That which annoys. vb. (context now rare dialectal English) To annoy; to harm or injure. (from 14th c.)
Noy was a short-lived one-man political faction in Israel created by David Tal.
Noy is a Filipino independent film released in 2010. It stars Coco Martin and Erich Gonzales and was released under Star Cinema. The film was directed by award-winning film director Dondon Santos. The film is rated "A" by the Cinema Evaluation Board of the Philippines. It was selected as the Filipino entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards. However, the film didn't make the final shortlist.
Noy is Chandrabindoo's ninth and latest studio album. The name is a play on words meaning 9th Chandrabindoo or Not Chandrabindoo. The band claims to have changed their entire sound / lyrical style for this album to give it a new feel.
Usage examples of "noy".
The obscure inventor and the important financier were to appear in court before Judge Hancock Noy, the elderly jurist before whom the case had been argued.
As The Shadow and Bursard took seats, a door opened and Judge Noy arrived from his chambers.
That would have caused Judge Noy no concern, if the demand called for the proper decision.
Under threat of death, Judge Noy had been told to decide the case against the inventor.
It was plain to The Shadow that Judge Noy was ready to defy the threat of Intimidation, Incorporated.
He, like Judge Noy, had received a letter from Intimidation, Incorporated.
Watching Judge Noy, The Shadow saw the elderly jurist shake his head in saddened fashion.
These listeners seemed pleased by it, even though Judge Noy had not been.
From the way that Noy had spoken, The Shadow was convinced that Wrightley, Clewiss and Radbourne had probably paid visits here in the past.
All knew that Judge Noy expected Bursard to expose Intimidation, Incorporated, over the radio.
Judge Noy had heard the gunfire that had broken loose almost above his sitting-room window.
The Shadow drew back from the window as Judge Noy arrived in the room.
One of them must have gone to report to Judge Noy, for a shout soon sounded from the stairs.
Judge Noy stepped back into the sitting room, half closing the door behind him.
Chin in hand, Judge Noy surveyed the bullet-riddled body of Nobby Kilgan.