red, yellow, green, blue, orange, violet rude
indignation* - anger at what is regarded as unworthy or wrongful.
whole length* - exhibited at full length
bowman - a man who shoots with a bow; esp. a fighting man armed with a bow.
bill - a halberd (weapon)
clop - to clap; a blow; a sharp sound
hitch - a contrivance for fastening something, a catch.
shut up shop - discontinue the work one is doing
dippy* - mad, insane, crazy
duppy - name among West Indian Negroes for a ghost or spirit.
put up the shutters* - to stop doing business
shurt - short; to amuse oneself, to pass the time shirt
illiterate - unfurnished with letters, not written upon, unwritten
portery* - citizenship or burghership in a Flemish or Dutch city; pottery - the manufacture of earthen vessels.; pother - disturbance, tumult, noise poetry
floody - pertaining to the flood
flatuous - flatulent (full of air or other gas, pretentious without real worth).
tiler - one who covers the roofs of buildings with tiles, a tile-layer; Freemasonry: (Usually tyler.) The doorkeeper who keeps the uninitiated from intruding upon the secrecy of the lodge or meeting.
unclose - to make open; to cause to open; to disclose, make known, reveal.
saw - p. od see so far
between you and me
to get the wind up - to get into a state of alarm or funk; git - get.
Obidientia civium urbis felicitas (l) - The municipal motto of Dublin.
felicitate - to make happy
polis - a Greek city-state; police, policeman
culprit - prisoner at the bar, the accused.
malum (l) - evil
bonum (l) - good
rill - a small stream, a brook, runnel, rivulet
billet - to enter in a list, assign the place to, locate, to lodge.
breast high - to the height of the breast; said in hunting of the scent when it is so strong that the hounds go at a racing pace with their heads erect.
bestride - to sit upon with the legs astride, to ride, mount (a horse, etc.)
secrest - to sequestrate goods secret
quarry - an open-air excavation from which stone for building or other purposes is obtained by cutting, blasting, or the like; a place where the rock has been, or is being, cut away in order to be utilized.
silex (l) - rock
undy - waving, wavy
gentian - any plant belonging to the genus Gentiana
festiness* - confinement, durance
frown - to present somber or menacing appearence
audio (l) - to listen
- urient - desiring, characterized by desire
eavesdrop* - to listen secretly
mous = pl. of mou - mouth mouse
at hand - near in time or place
din* - a loud noise; particularly a continued confused or resonant sound, which stuns or distresses the ear.
murk - to grow dark, to darken; darkness; mark - to notice or observe.
vale - a dale or valley, esp. one which is comparatively wide and flat eyes
darkle - to grow dark, to lurk in the dark sparkling
thow - thaw; thou; though.
fluke - a successful stroke made by accident or chance, an unexpected success.
twig - notice, understand; to beat with or as with a twig
impalpable* - incapable of being felt by the organs of touch; incapable of being (readily) grasped or apprehended by the mind.
abhor - to hate utterly, loathe; ab - - position away from.
buffet - a blow, stroke; buffeter - a boxer, one that buffets.
trompe - deceit, deception, an illusion, to deceive, cheat, to blow a trumpet.
roary - given to roaring
hoosh - an exclamation used in driving animals
hawhaw* - ha ha
landlocked*- shut in or enclosed by land; almost entirely surrounded by land, as a harbour, etc.
per - - thoroughly, completely
offspring* - the progeny which springs or is descended from some one, children.
sabe - experness in particular field, knowhow, intelligence; babe - baby.
butt = halibut - flatfish but
pudor - modesty, due sense of shame
puff - breath, a short impulsive blast of breath or wind, a scornful gesture.
biff - whack, blow but
tiddy - small, very small, tiny
windfall - something blown down by the wind, fruit from the tree; a casual or unexpected acqusition or advantage.
bread and water* - the type of extreme hard fare, as of a prisoner or a penitent.
holey - full of holes holy
vestal - a virgin, a chaste woman
flout - to mock, jeer floating
avowal* - an act of avowing; declaration; unconstrained admission or confession.
yew - you