I've found this. So it's womb, but I still don't get the proverbs. What do they mean?
Yes, it says
A nag with a weamb and a mare with nean, i.e. none.
A nag is an old overworked horse, but if it has a womb, then it may be worth more than a mare that is sterile. It looks bad on the outside, but it's better inside.
Last edited by Hedwig; 24-Jul-2011 at 00:21.