"Who is going to ride that nag?" asked Daniel.
But our neighbor, Johnson, is sending the nag to Exeter for the use of a lady who is to ride back with me.
Mr. Webster rode in front, and Daniel, on the old gray nag, followed behind.
(Cystococcus, Nag.) C, Nostoc from the thallus of Physma attacked by the germ-tube from a chalazanum.
Below the town is a reservoir containing a spring of clear water called the Anant Nag, slightly sulphurous, from which volumes of gas continually arise; the water swarms with sacred fish.
Provinces when, at the Gurui serpent-festival, women make vicarious offerings by throwing to Nag Deota, the river demon, dolls which the village lads beat with long switches (Crooke ii.
The term Nag, applied to the active riding or trotting horse, is derived from the A.S.
One was Mr. Webster's horse; the other was an old gray nag with a lady's sidesaddle on its back.
Its sources are not definitely settled, but it is supposed to rise on the slopes of Dza-Nag-Lung-Mung in about 33° N., 93° E., at an altitude of 16,700 ft.
At first it follows the west bank, crossing the stream at Nag Hamadi, 354 m.
Both nag and hackney continue to be used as synonymous terms. Frequent mention is made of hackneys and trotters in old farm accounts of the 14th century.
But beneath the slope, by the cart with the wounded near the panting little nag where Pierre stood, it was damp, somber, and sad.