Definition of nide in English:

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nide

Pronunciation: /nʌɪd/

noun

archaic
A brood or nest of pheasants.
Example sentences
  • We must be careful when mowing a meadow, as a nide of pheasants may be in the tall grasses, brooding their young.

Origin

Late 17th century: from French nid or Latin nidus 'nest'.

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