livery - a servant's uniform, clothes, distinctive clothes or badge; the lodging provided for a person, the quarters of a portion of an army.
monomark - combination of letters as an identification mark.
misser - a mass priest missis
moony - stupidly dreamy; rel. to moon; many.
minikin* - tiny; manikin - a model of the human body used for exhibiting the anatomical structure or for demonstrating surgical operations.
passe - no longer young, faded, no longer fashionable pass
taciturn - silent
to make a long story short* - to relate in few words
emptied; dumpty - short and stout.
rubbage = rubbish
puddingstone* - a conglomerate rock; conglomerate
brook - rivulet
cell - a small apartment, room, or dwelling
with what* - at which time, when; wid - width.
clomp - to tread clumsily and noisily, a thud Clontarf
snore - to make harsh or noisy sounds in sleep, to declare.
spumy - covered with spume (foam, froth)
woolsey* = linsey-woolsey - textile of wool and linen.
neck - a narrow stretch of land (isthmus, cape, mountain pass), a brick wall.
raw - uncooked, not prepared for use as food by the action of fire or heat rawhide
forstand* - understand
sturk - a young bullock or heifer; a foolish person Turk; start
Finnic - Finnish, the finnic languages finish
rotter - an unprincipaled, lazy or weak person
unheard* - not heard, new, strange
good afternoon* - salutation used at meeting or parting.
doom - to pronounce judgement or sentence against; esp. to condemn to some fate.
sec - second
take; to take a walk - to take a short journey on foot (for exercise or pleasure).
dun - down; dark, dusky
blink - glance
roundward - in a circular direction
all but* - very nearly
olde - old
ye - the, you
wone = won - dwell, abide; one; past of win
whimbrel - a small curlew
peewee - dwarf, a lapwig; the thin wailing cry of this bird
salting - land flooded regularly by tides, the place where a stream joins the sea; seas
droit - right, law, justice
signory - lordship, a power of feudal lord
icefloe - a large sheet of floating ice
punct - point
mear - to mark out (land) by means of meres (landmarks) or boundaries.
swete = sweet white
brack - somewhat salt, briny black
morthering - to become foul, fetid, etc.; morther - murther; mother; a young girl; mother in law - the mother of one's spouse, stepmother.
rue - sorrow, distress; pity, compassion; a perennial evergreen shrub of the genus Ruta, esp. Ruta graveolens, having bitter, strong-scented leaves which were formerly much used for medicinal purposes.
surgent* - rising or swelling in waves; insurgence - uprising, an act of rising up physically.
ebb - the reflux of the tide; the return of tide-water towards the sea.
requiesce - to rest, repose
nether - situated down or below
plage - the beach; plague; pledge; a net, snare, toil.
flick - a light blow
litter - odds and ends, fragments and leavings lying about, rubbish.
waast = waste vast
wizzard = wizard
all of (P) - completely, quite (used to emphasize)
whirl - the action, or an act, of whirling; rotation; whirlwind -a whirling or rotating wind.
tomb - to lay in the grave, bury, entomb
mound - a tumulus; esp. the earth heaped up upon a grave.
ashes to ashes
erde - do dwell, live, to inhabit earth
stench - a foul, disgusting, or noisome smell
herein - in this place
lye = lie
estrange - a stranger, foreigner
hotel - to lodge at an hotel
tit - dear, loved; a girl or young woman: often qualified as little; titmouse.
tittle - the smallest or a very small part of something; titmouse -A bird of the genus Parus, comprising small active birds; a small, petty, or insignificant person or thing.
alp - a bullfinch (bird); a high rugged mountain, a mountain pasture.
earwig - an insect, Forficula auricularia, so called from the notion that it penetrates into the head through the ear.
ild - pple. of ill
like as - as, in the way or manner that
luv - love