A hen had built a nes' right on top un 'im, en' it had half-a-dozen aigs in it.
Why, I am goin' to see if this is a wood-pecker's nes' or a fly-ketcher's.
Those ending in -nes or -ung are feminine (cf. Modern 12 English goodness, and gerundial forms in -ing: seeing is believing).
Now we go little ride more to my house high up in the pinons—then we be so happy like two birds in nes'.
Jus' as I said—he's whipped the wood-pecker an' tuck his nes'.
From this nes came, naturally enough, the old northern naos or ns, whence the Dan.
Ouid also the Poete intreated of di- uers fables, wherein he giueth admonicion, and godly coun-Demosthe- nes vsed fa- bles.
Mockers don' nes' in de woods and wild places, dey allus keeps roun' de plantations near where folks libs.
neski, nes′ki, n. the cursive hand generally used in Arabic.
Lamellicor′nes, a very numerous family of beetles—the cockchafer, &c.—adjs.