mounding - heaping, piling; mound - to heap up in a mound or hillock
quite - completely, totally, realy
villagette - a little village
gigglesome - prone to giggling
twixt* - betwixt (between)
prettiness* - beauty of a slight, diminutive, dainty, or childish kind, without stateliness.
penetrator - one who penetrates
Paddy - Irishman
dismember* - to deprive of limbs, to cut off the limbs
pousse - to push
pram - perambulator
sate - to saturate
butt - buttocks
passkey - master key, skeleton key, latch key
supply - supplicate (to petition humbly)
janitrix = janitress - a female janitor
tip - an item of expert or authoritative information imparted or sought for one's guidance, hint.
yiz - you (pl.)
Prooshian* = Prussian
flag - banner; an opprobrious (abusive) term applied to a woman.
bang* - to strike violently with a resounding blow; sexual intercourse.
up with - denoting the rising of a weapon, the hand etc. esp. so as to strike.
pike - a weapon consisting of a long wooden shaft with a pointed head of iron or steel.
fork - an implement consisting of a long straight handle, furnished at the end with two or more prongs or tines (used as a weapon).
Copenhagen* - the name of the Wellington's horse
magnetic - very attractive or seductive
magnate - nobleman, peer, a person of rank
garter* - a badge of a highest order of English knighthood
Bangkok - a kind of woven straw for hats
best - best clothes
golosh - an overshoe designed to protect the shoe in wet weather
trews - trousers in general (tartan or otherwise)
boyne - a flat shallow tub or bowl boys
grouch - to grumble, complain; crouch - to stoop or bend low with general compression of the body, as in stooping for shelter, in fear, or in submission.
Inglis - English
scotcher - one that scotches; the Scotch - (pl.): The inhabitants of Scotland or their immediate descendants in other countries.
morder = murder
petty - small
naythir* - neither
asseyez (fr) - sit down
Delian - rel. to island of Delos, birthplace of Apollo and Artemis
mont - mountain
Injun - american indian
streamline* - a smooth flowing outline, a contour of a body
Alp - roper name of the mountain range which separates France and Italy.
hoop - hope; to encircle, embrace.
jinny - demon or spirit; a female proper name, pet form of Jane.
feint - pretense, trick
handmade - made by hand
cooing* - uttering coos
ravin - to obtain or seize by violence; raven - of the colour of a raven, glossy black.
to get the wind up* - to get into a state of alarm or funk; git = get; to get wind of - to receive information or a hint of, to come to know.
memorial* - of which the memory is preserved; mormor - murmur.
wonderworker* - one who performs wonders or marvellous things; esp. a worker of miracles.
flank - the extreme left or right side of an army or body of men in military formation.