At last the third day also passed, and the fisherman had not even said baa.
When he called "Nanny" it answered him instantly with a plaintive "Baa!"
So they treat you like a fool, and you put up with it and baa after them!
But outwardly he was hopelessly tame; outwardly—baa, baa, baa.
I would like to baa at him again, but I dare not with all these foreign folk.
He was the baby, and they called him that because "Baa" was the first thing he ever said.
The meaning and the form of poetry is to him as intelligent as the baa of a sheep is to you.
"Let's baa at him, and tell him what an old goose he is," said the other.
It took but a second for him to regain his feet and baa for his brother.
About Baa, Puzzole, and Naples, we have an opportunity of remarking the truth of these last words.