Nide Nide (n[imac]d), n. [L. nidus a nest: cf. F. nid.] A nestful; a brood; as, a nide of pheasants. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • nide — [nīd] n. [< L nidus, NEST] Chiefly Brit. a nest or brood, esp. of pheasants …   English World dictionary

  • nide — ac·ti·nide; an·ti·mo·nide; ar·se·nide; bi·gua·nide; chlo·ro·gua·nide; dig·i·to·nide; glu·cu·ro·nide; lan·tha·nide; nide; poly·uro·nide; rho·da·nide; sel·e·nide; stan·nide; tan·nide; ura·nide; uro·nide; cy·a·nide; pyc·nide; …   English syllables

  • nide — • kirja, julkaisu, nide, nidos, teos …   Suomi sanakirja synonyymejä

  • nide — /nuyd/, n. a nest or brood, esp. of pheasants. [1670 80; < L nidus NEST] * * * …   Universalium

  • nide — noun a nest of pheasants …   Wiktionary

  • Nide — noun a Polynesian language spoken in Vanuatu. Syn: Labo, Mewun, Meoun, Meaun …   Wiktionary

  • nide — naɪd n. brood or nest (of pheasants) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nide — [nʌɪd] noun archaic a brood or nest of pheasants. Origin C17: from Fr. nid or L. nidus nest …   English new terms dictionary

  • nide — /naɪd/ (say nuyd) noun a nest or brood, especially of pheasants. {Latin nīdus nest} …   Australian English dictionary

  • nide — n. (Brit. nye) a brood of pheasants. Etymology: F nid or L nidus: see NIDUS …   Useful english dictionary

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