What does icksnay in pig latin mean?
Ixnay (the usual spelling) is Pig Latin for the English slang
word "nix", which means basically "no way".
It might also be Pig Latin for the (British and Australian) term "snick", which means to just tip a ball with the bat, usually resulting in a catch dismissal.
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