nudo-, nudi- (Latin: naked, uncovered).
To denude or to make bare.
1. To divest of covering; to make bare or to strip someone or something bare.
2. To strip away the vegetation that covers an area.
3. In geology, to remove soil from an area or expose underlying layers of rock by weathering and erosion.
An over-whelming urge to tear off a woman's clothes.
The practice of or obsession for sleeping in the nude.
1. Wearing no clothes, naked.
2. Intended for, or done by, people wearing no clothes.
3. Bare or plain, with no covering or decoration.
4. In law, lacking a legal requisite such as supporting evidence or a contract.
5. An unclothed person, especially a naked figure in a painting or other artistic work.
A reference to polyps that have arms or tentacles which are not covered with cilia.
A mollusc of the order Nudibranchiata, having naked gills and no shell.
In botany, having leafless stems.
1. Having naked feet.
2. A bare-footed animal.
Someone who prefers to go without clothes, especially someone who spends time in communes or designated areas with others who feel the same way. Also nudism.
Advocating the study of the nude.
1. The state of having no clothes on.
2. Bareness or plainness, with no covering or decoration.
An abnormal desire to be naked.
Persistent dreams of nudity.
1. An abnormal fear of being naked; gymnophobia.
2. An abnormal aversion for nakedness, even when proper.
The veneration of the naked body.