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- v. To make or build a nest.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To make a nest.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To build a nest; nestle.
In July and August not less than thirty species of waterfowl nidificate.
European species selects snail shells for its nest, wherein it builds its earthen cells, while other species nidificate under stones.
Be quick, sirra, and nidificate for yourself somewhere else.
Those useful but ugly fowls, the white scavenger vultures (_Neophron ginginianus_), depart from the ways of their brethren in that they nidificate in March and April instead of in January and February.
I thought, sarra, I told you to nidificate and hatch your wild project undher some other wing than mine. "
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