Definition of Nursling. Meaning of Nursling. Synonyms of Nursling

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Definition of Nursling

Nursling
Nursling Nurs"ling, n. [Nurse + -ling.] One who, or that which, is nursed; an infant; a fondling. I was his nursling once, and choice delight. --Milton.

Meaning of Nursling from wikipedia

- Nursling is a village in Hampshire, England, situated in the parish of Nursling and Rownhams, about 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) north-west of the city of...
- Nursling railway station served the village of Nursling near Southampton, England. The Andover and Redbridge Railway was authorised in 1858 and opened...
- alumnus, a term used for a university graduate that literally means a "nursling" or "one who is nourished". Although alma (nourishing) was a common epithet...
- forbidden to marry the baby and members of the baby's family (e.g. the nursling's biological brother with the milk-mother's biological daughter). Conversely...
- Nursling and Rownhams in Hampshire. Communes of the Calvados department Arrêté préfectoral 16 September 2016 (in French) "Twinning Group". Nursling and...
- Stockbridge the parishes of Ampfield, Chilworth, North Baddesley, and Nursling and Rownhams, and in the Rural District of Winchester the parishes of Botley...
- a hamlet in Hampshire, England, located approximately 1 mile north of Nursling. It lies beside the main Romsey Road (A3057) leading north from Shirley...
- the City of Southampton, to the north-west. It is in the civil parish of Nursling and Rownhams. Rownhams services is a nearby service station on the M27...
- 1983–1997: The Borough of Test Valley wards of Abbey, Blackwater, Chilworth and Nursling, Cuppernham, Field, North Baddesley, Romsey Extra, and Tadburn, and the...
- Grove Place is a Grade I listed building in Nursling, Hampshire. The building was originally a country house and was converted into a lunatic asylum and...
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