from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any one of numerous species of small, fresh-water, chætopod annelids of the tribe Naidina. They belong to the Oligochæta.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Any worm of the family Naididæ.
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Then naid popped up to insist that "Eamonn is actually talented, funny and ... not that annoying."
"Don't I think myself of consequence!" naid Fleda affectionately.
Efallai nad yw hi'n rhy hwyr i'r naid bynji wedi'r cwbl ...
A gentleman from New York had naid, that venue officers might follow the example of that House and say, that their will was necessary, and refuse to execute a Law ualil it had their approba - fiut did it follow from the doctrine tnat the of the House of Representatives was necessary in passing a law, that the concurrence
He naid the BiecUUTe had the power, bv the Connlitutioii, of
S O N O 816. yOUNG Polly was the blitheft naid That tript it o'er the plain;
Thy blue Eyes roll in Tears, thou Daughter of mighty Con - naid!
* - in naid yeclns a duobus eqol* tnarinis, d. rridetttcm, £ habenafa fai nauis puppi iUt parua figura.
Lexicon vniversae rei nvmariae vetervm et praecipve Graecorvm ac Romanorvm cvm observationibvs antiqvariis geographicis chronologicis historicis criticis et passim cvm explicatione monogrammatvm edidit Io. Christophorvs Rasche