We have no meanings for "own nest" in our records yet.
It is an evil bird that pulls to pieces its own nest.
Well, then, this Dink must have feathered her own nest with it.
Go back to your son, to your own nest darkened with sorrow.
It's an ill bird, they say, that fouls its own nest.
The partridge makes its own nest before it occupies it.
Every bird its own nest builds in its own way.
I do not even have to build my own nest.
No one has a right to foul his own nest.
She is a married monogamous nympho-bird who stays for ever in her own nest.
Is it not a foul bird defiles the own nest?
There's a vulgar proverb about the bird that fouls its own nest, you know.
The Butlerian infestation would be exterminated in their own nest.
Do the hoppers wander far from their own nest mounds?
Because a wise bird doesn't shit in its own nest.
It is an agenda that feathers their own nest and will lead to further polarisation.
We'll hatch the good egg in our own nest.
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Own nest through the time
Own nest across language varieties