At the council of “nid” he was reconciled to the other bishops of the province, but not restored.
nid said you had a new stunt this eveningsomething you left out this afternoon.
Only, he did call me nid at first, and then Turner the next time.
Guess you could find him if you went as far as the Widows, nid.
nid′ulant, nid′ulate, lying free in a cup-shaped body, or in pulp.
Virgil, nid, I. 65-75, where Juno gives the nymph Deiopea to olus.
With the exception of a trip to the Lierfoss, or falls of the nid, however, it was by no means a satisfactory sojourn.
nid de Merle is lying at the point of death, calling for a priest.'
niderling, nid′ėr-ling, n. a wicked fellow—also nid′ering, Nith′ing.
nid twyll twyllo twyllwr, nid brad bradychu bradwr; nid lladrad mi wn yn dda, Lladrada or ladratwr.