smrt (sr) - death
despond - depression or dejection of spirits through loss of resolution or hope.
ancestress* - a female ancestor.
save = safe - affording security or immunity, not exposing to danger.
brickdust - powdered brick
humus - the dark-brown or black substance which forms the soil in which plants grow.
rune - to compose or perform poetry or songs; to lament.
rede - interpret, explain, guess, surmise, predict
on all fours - on hands and knees; to run on all fours - fairly, evenly, not to limp like a lame dog.
crumble - to break down into small crumbs; to reduce to crumbs or small fragments.
sooth - truth
Dublin; humble - submissive.
moulder - a worker who makes molds, one that exerts a determining influence on course of development.
whisht - hush, silence wish
whysht - wish what
gyand* - giant
forficula* - a genus of earwigs
fay - fairy
waist - the portion of the trunk of the human body that is between the ribs and the hip-bones; waste west
howe - hollow, depression, valley; how.
viceking - viceroy Viking
grab - seize, snatch; Grab (d) - grave.
astonish; stone age.
oye - grandchild I
stoop - to bow down, to descend.; a post, pillar; an act of stooping.
absentminded* - paying no attention to, and receiving no impression from, present objects or events.
daybook* - a book in which the occurrences or transactions of the day are entered; a diary.
rede - read
have it out - to settle or clear up the matter by free discussion or a fight.
miscegenation - a mixture of races
forsin - ruined by sin, burdened with sin
the law of the Medes and Persians* - often used (with allusion to Dan. vi. 12) as the type of something unalterable.
meander - to wander deviously or aimlessly; Neanderthal - middle Paleolithic fossil hominid Homo neanderthalensis.
Heidelberg man* - an early pleistocene man closely rel. to Neanderthal.
imply - uplesti, umešati, nagovestiti
knit - weave, to conjoin as by knotting or binding together; to bind, join, or connect firmly.
whet - hone, sharpen
convey - to transport, to transmit, be the medium of
sweeten - to add sugar, refine, purify
sensation - feeling, emotion
adhere - to stick fast, to become or remain firmly attached to.
attachment - liking, affection, love, devotion
dog - to follow insidiously, to act as a dog, to guard as a dog.
bitch - to spoil, botch
entail - make necessary, cause
ensuance - the fact of ensuing; ensue - to follow, to result from.
reredos - a wall drapery back of an altar; brazier; the back or rear.
terricolous - living on the land
vively - in a lively or energetic manner; clearly, vividly
quaky - inclined to quake; of the nature of quaking
hatch - hatchet
celt - an implement with chisel-shaped edge, of bronze or stone (but sometimes of iron), found among the remains of prehistoric man. It appears to have served for a variety of purposes, as a hoe, chisel, or axe, and perhaps as a weapon of war.
crust - the upper or surface layer of the ground (obs.)
say - see
figurine - a small carved or molded figure
bellicose* - inclined to war or fighting; warlike.
arm - to embrace; to equip with weapons, to prepare for struggle.
mount - to rise, exhibit, to provide with scenery, costumes, etc.; to organize and equip (an attacking force).
futhorc - runic alphabet further
effinge* - to fashion, shape effigy
flint - a kind of hard stone
fay - to fit closely together, to agree, succeed; to clean see
fie - exp. of disgust or the affectation of being shocked; to trust see
wap - to fold up, bind, wrap, to beat, strike
dump - to fall
abruptly, to knock down