Fenian - One of an organization or 'brotherhood' formed among the Irish in the United States of America for promoting and assisting revolutionary movements, and for the overthrow of the English government in Ireland; one of the band of legendary Irish warriors (2.-3. c.).
spittle - saliva, spit
stint - to limit (a supply) unduly, to give in scanty measure; stint of - to limit unduly in supply.
shabty* - a figurine of deceased person placed in an Egyptian tomb to act as an substitute for the dead person.
image* - a statue, effigy, sculptured figure
pennyworth* - the amount of anything which is or may be bought for a penny, esp. a very small, or the least, amount.
dodge my eyes
medicine man* - a magician or shaman among American Indians and other peoples; hence colloq., a doctor.
poppy - a plant (or flower) of the genus Papaver, comprising herbs of temperate and subtropical regions, having milky juice with narcotic properties.
pap - a soft semi-liquid substance, a mash, paste, pulp; soft or semi-liquid food for infants or invalids, made of bread, meal, etc., moistened with water or milk.
hive - an artificial receptacle for the habitation of a swarm of bees, a beehive.
comb - the flat cake or plate consisting of a double series of hexagonal cells of wax made by bees; a honeycomb.
earwax - a viscid secretion which collects in the external meatus of the ear.
nectar - the drink of the gods; the sweet fluid or honey
basilicon ointment* - an ointment of rosin, yellow wax and lard.
pipe - to play (a tune, music) upon a pipe
Bothnian - rel. to Bothnia (province in Sweden)
menhir* - a single upright monolith of prehistoric origin; menheir - sir, master.
roof tree - the highest horizontal timber in roof, a horizontal pole at a top of a tent.
hollow - a valley, a basin; a hole, cave, den, burrow (obs.)
hallow - a holy personage, a saint
dreng - a free tenant in ancient Northumbria, a low or base fellow.
shillelagh - an Irish cudgel of blackthorn or oak.
manument - management
chep = chip
battery - the act of battering or beating; a number of similar things.
to be bought and sold* - to be betrayed for a bribe
let down - to lower in position, intensity or strength, to abase, to disappoint.
oner - something unique owner of the land
paddy - soft, mild; Irishman; poor
planter - one who sows seed, one that cultivates plants
to pack up - to stop working, to collapse, to die pick up
lap - the front portion of the body from the waist to the knees of a person seated, considered with its covering garments as the place in or on which a child is nursed or any object held.
goddess - a female deity in polytheistic systems of religion
free and easy* - unconstrained, natural
game - having the spirit of a game-cock; full of pluck, showing 'fight'; plucky, spirited.
gunne - gun (a person of distinction or importance)
the daddy of them all* - the best example of som. pleasant or unpleasant; spicer - a dealer in spices, an apothecary or druggist.
begob, begod* - mild oaths
dead and gone* - dead
sore - sickness, disease, a bodily injury; a wound
league long - that extends the length of a league (roughly about 3 miles).
tuskar - an implement for cutting peats used in Orkney and Shetland (...The peats are cut with an instrument called a tuysker, which resembles a narrow spade, having a sharp plate of iron, called the feather, about seven inches long, projecting from the bottom on its left hand side, and it determines the form and size of the peat).
warlord - a supreme military leader
Brett - a Briton
hoist - elevate
reise = raise
compass - encompass, encircle, comprehend, grasp
cause - reason for action, motive; compas course - a course steered by compass.
batter - one that bats (to strike with, or as with, a bat; to cudgel, thrash, beat).
Mick - Irishman (offensive)
off - to imitate (esp. by mockery), to mimic.