The sign's designer shows an instantly recognisable outline so here is the real thing
of nibbling on whatever was tasty on the woodland floor. Its companions were further
Their coats looked glossy after the winter.
Although the word nag usually refers to an old or inferior horse, its older usage is that of a small riding horse or pony and comes to us from the Middle English word nagge whose origin is unknown.
An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at N here