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Wordnet 3.0


1. completely unclothed;
- Example: "bare bodies"
- Example: "naked from the waist up"
- Example: "a nude model"
[syn: bare, au naturel(p), naked, nude]

2. having no protecting or concealing cover;
- Example: "naked to mine enemies"- Shakespeare
[syn: naked, defenseless]

3. (of the eye or ear e.g.) without the aid of an optical or acoustical device or instrument;
- Example: "visible to the naked eye"

4. devoid of elaboration or diminution or concealment; bare and pure;
- Example: "naked ambition"
- Example: "raw fury"
- Example: "you may kill someone someday with your raw power"
[syn: naked, raw]

5. lacking any cover;
- Example: "naked branches of the trees"
- Example: "lie on the naked rock"

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Naked \Na"ked\ (n[=a]"k[e^]d), a. [AS. nacod; akin to D. naakt, G. nackt, OHG. nacchot, nahhot, Icel. n["o]kvi[eth]r, nakinn, Sw. naken, Dan. n["o]gen, Goth. naqa[thorn]s, Lith. n[*u]gas, Russ. nagii, L. nudus, Skr. nagna. [root]266. Cf. Nude.] [1913 Webster] 1. Having no clothes on; uncovered; nude; bare; as, a naked body; a naked limb; a naked sword. [1913 Webster] 2. Having no means of defense or protection; open; unarmed; defenseless; as, naked to invasion. [1913 Webster] Had I but served my God with half the zeal I served my king, he would not in mine age Have left me naked to mine enemies. --King Henry VIII., Act iii. sc. 2 (Shakespeare) [PJC] Thy power is full naked. --Chaucer. [1913 Webster] Behold my bosom naked to your swords. --Addison. [1913 Webster] 3. Unprovided with needful or desirable accessories, means of sustenance, etc.; destitute; unaided; bare. [1913 Webster] Patriots who had exposed themselves for the public, and whom they saw now left naked. --Milton. [1913 Webster] 4. Without addition, exaggeration, or excuses; not concealed or disguised; open to view; manifest; plain. [1913 Webster] The truth appears so naked on my side, That any purblind eye may find it out. --Shak. [1913 Webster] All things are naked and opened unto the eyes of him with whom we have to do. --Heb. iv. 13. [1913 Webster] 5. Mere; simple; plain; as, the naked truth. [1913 Webster] The very naked name of love. --Shak. [1913 Webster] 6. (Bot.) Without pubescence; as, a naked leaf or stem; bare, or not covered by the customary parts, as a flower without a perianth, a stem without leaves, seeds without a pericarp, buds without bud scales. [1913 Webster] 7. (Mus.) Not having the full complement of tones; -- said of a chord of only two tones, which requires a third tone to be sounded with them to make the combination pleasing to the ear; as, a naked fourth or fifth. [1913 Webster] Naked bed, a bed the occupant of which is naked, no night linen being worn in ancient times. --Shak. Naked eye, the eye alone, unaided by eyeglasses, or by telescope, microscope, or other magnifying device. Naked-eyed medusa. (Zool.) See Hydromedusa. Naked flooring (Carp.), the timberwork which supports a floor. --Gwilt. Naked mollusk (Zool.), a nudibranch. Naked wood (Bot.), a large rhamnaceous tree (Colibrina reclinata) of Southern Florida and the West Indies, having a hard and heavy heartwood, which takes a fine polish. --C. S. Sargent. [1913 Webster] Syn: Nude; bare; denuded; uncovered; unclothed; exposed; unarmed; plain; defenseless. [1913 Webster]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

naked adj 1: completely unclothed; "bare bodies"; "naked from the waist up"; "a nude model" [syn: bare, au naturel(p), naked, nude] 2: having no protecting or concealing cover; "naked to mine enemies"- Shakespeare [syn: naked, defenseless] 3: (of the eye or ear e.g.) without the aid of an optical or acoustical device or instrument; "visible to the naked eye" 4: devoid of elaboration or diminution or concealment; bare and pure; "naked ambition"; "raw fury"; "you may kill someone someday with your raw power" [syn: naked, raw] 5: lacking any cover; "naked branches of the trees"; "lie on the naked rock"
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:

134 Moby Thesaurus words for "naked": absolute, apparent, au naturel, bald, bare, bare-ass, bared, barefaced, beholdable, blank, blatant, blunt, clarified, clear, cleared, colorless, conspicuous, denuded, detectable, discernible, disclosed, discovered, distilled, evident, exposed, exposed to view, flagrant, free, glaring, gymnosophical, hanging out, in evidence, in full view, in native buff, in plain sight, in plain view, in puris naturalibus, in the altogether, in the buff, in the raw, in view, insight, liable, manifest, naturistic, neat, nonimmune, noticeable, nude, nudist, observable, obvious, open, open as day, open to all, open to view, outcropping, overt, palpable, patent, peeled, perceivable, perceptible, plain, pure, purified, raw, recognizable, rectified, revealed, seeable, sheer, showing, simple, stark, stark-naked, straight, stripped, susceptible, to be seen, unadorned, unadulterated, unaided, unalloyed, unarrayed, unassisted, unblended, unclad, unclassified, unclogged, unclosed, unclothed, unclouded, uncolored, uncombined, uncomplicated, uncompounded, unconcealed, uncorrupted, uncovered, undecked, undecorated, undeniable, undiluted, undisguised, undraped, undressed, unembellished, unfortified, unfurbished, ungarnished, unhidden, unleavened, unmingled, unmistakable, unmitigated, unmixed, unobstructed, unornamented, unprotected, unrestricted, unsheathed, unsophisticated, unstopped, untinged, untrimmed, unvarnished, viewable, visible, visual, wide-open, with nothing on, without a stitch, witnessable
Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary:

Naked This word denotes (1) absolute nakedness (Gen. 2:25; Job 1:21; Eccl. 5:15; Micah 1:8; Amos 2:16); (2) being poorly clad (Isa. 58:7; James 2:15). It denotes also (3) the state of one who has laid aside his loose outer garment (Lat. nudus), and appears clothed only in a long tunic or under robe worn next the skin (1 Sam. 19:24; Isa. 47:3; comp. Mark 14:52; John 21:7). It is used figuratively, meaning "being discovered" or "made manifest" (Job 26:6; Heb. 4:13). In Ex. 32:25 the expression "the people were naked" (A.V.) is more correctly rendered in the Revised Version "the people were broken loose", i.e., had fallen into a state of lawlessness and insubordination. In 2 Chr. 28:19 the words "he made Judah naked" (A.V.), but Revised Version "he had dealt wantonly in Judah," mean "he had permitted Judah to break loose from all the restraints of religion."