its motto was "Doubling all the time." mumper - beggar, a begging impositor, one that sulks; halfbred gipsy ( slang ) (notebook 1922-23. A croaking of Aristophanes' Frogs (405.c.) Badelaire - a type of sword with one back and one edge large and curving towards the tip like the scimitar of the Turks (Sainan: La Langue de Rabelais ). Sentry - an armed soldier posted at a specified point to keep guard and to prevent the passing of an unauthorized person country man - one who lives in the country or rural parts and follows a rural occupation nursery rhyme 'Saint Patrick was. 18 Also dean (of faculty, or medicine). Ragnarok - in Scandinavian mythology, the destruction of the gods or the twilight of the gods; spec. Maroon - a large kind of sweet chestnut native to Southern Europe chiliad - 1000 years perihelion - that point in the orbit of a planet at which it is nearest to the sun perihelios (gr) - around-the-sun. Touch acknowledgment of an effective counterpoint. It appears to have served for a variety of purposes, as a hoe, chisel, or axe, and perhaps as a weapon of war. And why did she halt at all but by the ward of his mansionhouse another a third time for the third charm. Fammy ( cant ) - waistcoat-pocket femme ( French ) - woman.
(ger) - what's the matter? Woodpile - a pile of wood (as firewood) hapenny - half penny moonlet - a little moon brooch - an ornamental fastening, consisting of a safety pin, with the clasping part fashioned into a ring, boss, shield, or other skylab space station device of precious metal or other. Dshabill partially clad or scantily dressed; also a special type of garment. Dead off ( Military Slang ) - Of meat or food: spoiled summen (ger) - to sing Neither fish, flesh nor good red herring: ( phrase ) - neither one thing nor another; suitable to no class of people; not fish (food for the monk nor. Schluck (ger) - gulp, swallow Schluss (ger) - the end phrase neither fish, flesh, nor good red herring bronto - - thunder ichtyal - of, pertaining to, or characteristic of fishes (notebook 1924 ' brontosauros ' FDV: We may see the brontoichthyan form outlined, aslumbered. For that saying is as old as the howths, wherever you have lay a whale in a whillbarrow (isn't it the truath I'm tallen ye?) you'll have fins flippers to shimmy shake. Couturier a fashion designer (usually refers to high fashion, rather than everyday clothes design. Pleasant or unpleasant spicer - a dealer in spices, an apothecary or druggist. Bom - the sound caused by the discharge of a gun, less deep and sonorous than a 'boom'.