conj. (context Internet slang English) and
ND may refer to:
Usage examples of "nd".
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But this change only happened when the old initial combinations mb-, nd-, ñg occurred at the beginning of words!
Someday, Crile, automated NDs will be sent through hyperspace to all sorts of places to detect plexons.
Prince Elsen of Grib was nding south with troops in answer to Torien’s call for aid.
On sir nding strip, kerchiefed peasant women were mowing hay in the sunshine.