From Meags: Daily Lexeme: Nidification
Today’s word, in association with the unbeatable Oxford English Dictionary, is:
nidification (n.) The action of nest-building (esp. by birds); the construction of a nest or nests; the manner in which this is done.
Used in a sentence in 1842 by H.W. Herbert:
“He arrives here from the South during the month of February …
Love, nidification, and good eating are then his chief employment.”
This is now my official mantra, motto, way of life, om shantih shantih shantih, manifest destiny, instruction booklet, mandate.