Definition of naive

Common misspellings:
  • neiave (0.0%)
  • nive (2.1%)
  • neive (10.3%)
  • nieeve (0.0%)
  • nieve (11.5%)
  • naivee (0.0%)
  • nayeeve (0.0%)
  • naieve (23.8%)
  • naiive (7.1%)
  • natiave (0.0%)
  • navie (3.2%)
  • aive (0.0%)
  • naivte (0.0%)
  • narive (0.0%)
  • neaive (0.0%)
  • naeve (0.6%)
  • niave (37.9%)
  • nieave (0.0%)
  • naiev (0.0%)
  • niavte (0.6%)
  • naiv (1.5%)
  • naeive (0.0%)
  • niaive (1.2%)
  • nyeve (0.0%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
Examples of usage:
  1. Even more naive is the Anglo Saxon life of St Guthlac written possibly as early as the eighth century and literally translated by Mr Goodwin of Cambridge - Prose Idylls by Charles Kingsley

  2. There was something naive in his honesty as if a shepherd could not eat a kid as well as any wolf and keep a portion of its skin - Old Calabria by Norman Douglas