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Then inch by inch out of the grass rose up the head and spread hood of Nag, the big black cobra, and he was five feet long from tongue to tail.
Nag knew that too and, at the bottom of his cold heart, he was afraid.
said Nag, lashing up as high as he could reach toward the nest in the thorn-bush.
But Nag and Nagaina had disappeared into the grass.
If Rikki-tikki had only known, he was doing a much more dangerous thing than fighting Nag, for Karait is so small, and can turn so quickly, that unless Rikki bit him close to the back of the head, he would get the return stroke in his eye or his lip.
But he remembered Nag and Nagaina, and though it was very pleasant to be patted and petted by Teddy's mother, and to sit on Teddy's shoulder, his eyes would get red from time to time, and he would go off into his long war cry of "Rikk-tikk-tikki-tikki-tchk
And how am I to be sure that Nag won't mistake me for you some dark night?
But Nag is in the garden, and I know you don't go there.
A wretched nag like that pulling such a cartload," said another.
But the poor boy, beside himself, made his way, screaming, through the crowd to the sorrel nag, put his arms round her bleeding dead head and kissed it, kissed the eyes and kissed the lips.
Kala Nag had no tusks; the chain was the badge of his authority; but for all that, he swung wide of Moti Guj at the last minute, and tried to appear as if he had brought the chain out for amusement.
So saying, he trotted off on the student's nag, and left the poor fellow to gather wisdom till somebody should come and let him down.