O.E. nacod "nude;" cf. M.Du. naket, Du. naakt, Ger. nackt, cognate with Pers. berehné, as below, , from PIE base *negw-no- "naked."
Berehné, from Mid.Pers. brahnag (with secondary -r-) "naked;" Av. maγna- "naked;" cf. Skt. nagná- "naked;" Gk. gumnos "naked;" L. nudus "naked;" Arm. merk "naked;" Lith. nuogas "naked;"
cašm-e berehné (#)
Fr.: œil nu
The qualifier of an eye which is not assisted by any optical device, except for eyeglasses. Same as → unaided eye.
takini-ye berehné (#)
Fr.: singularité nue
A singularity that is not surrounded by an event horizon. It will therefore be visible and communicable to the outside world.
setâre-ye cašm-e berehné
Fr.: étoile visible à l'œil nu
A star visible without a telescope. In principle, stars down to about sixth magnitude are visible to the naked eye under ideal conditions, but this depends on the individual, the location, and the conditions of the observation.