me - my
sneak - to move, go, walk, etc., in a stealthy or slinking manner; taking
philippy* - love for or kindness to a horse or horses.
grimmest - supperl. of grim
loot - to lurk, lie concealed; to make obeisance, to bow.
hastings - early fruit of vegetables, early peas; casting - the assigning of parts to suitable actors and actresses; hasting - that hastes, speeding.
dispatch - to start promptly for a place, get away quickly; a written message sent off promptly or speedily.
irrigate - to supply with moisture; to drink, to take a drink; irritate
shirt front* - that part of man's shirt which covers the chest and is more or less displayed, a dicky.
yaw - yawn you
frow - woman, wife
shee - she; he he - a representation of laughter, usually affected or derisive.
agin - again
gonn - to begin
boycrazy* - (of a girl) eager to associate with boys
git - get
bode - messenger, herald
bonnet - a cap of mail, a kind of helmet
busby - a tall fur cap, with or without a plume, having a bag hanging out of the top, on the right side.
secre* = secret
to break words with* - to exchange words with
ball up - to make a mess of, to confuse, muddle
herald* - a messenger
dispatch* - to send off post-haste or with expedition or promptitude (a messenger, message, etc. having an express destination)
display* - to exhibit ostentatiously; to show off, make a show of.
rare - the back part of something, rear
salamander* - a woman who (ostensibly) lives chastely in the midst of temptations (obs.), a soldier who exposes himself to fire in battle.
cherry - cherry-coloured, red; a virgin
tit for tat* - an equivalent given in return; tic - obsession, fixation.
hee - he
weet - to know; wet
tweet - a chirping note, chirp
foot - to go on foot, walk, run
camp - martial contest, combat, battle, the place where an army or body of troops is lodged in tents or other temporary means of shelter.
stale - of beer: to become stale or old sell
store - to dose with (drugs or medicines) (obs.)
Rooshian* - Russian
ball - a missile (from canon, musket, pistol, etc.)
trinch* - trench French
missile - a missile object or weapon; troop - a body of soldiers.
poppy* - characterized by popping or exploding (rare.)
indulgence - the practice or habit of indulging or giving way to one's inclinations.
bonny - having a pleasing appearence
bawn = boon - advantageous, fortunate, favourable, prosperous.
rowdy - marked by disorderly roughness or noise
howse - house
splinter - fragment
camelry - troops mounted on camels; cavalry
footer* - one who goes on foot
brum - to murmur, hum
rin - run
nip - to move rapidly or nimbly
nippy - marked by tendency to nip; brisk, quick
trip - the action of moving lightly and quickly
airy - light in movement or manner
silver plate* - used as a jocular representation of Fr. s'il vous plaît (please)
crape - a thin transparent gauze-like fabric drops
canister - a small case or box, usually of metal, for holding tea, coffee, shot, etc.
marathon - applied to long-distance races or competitions calling for endurance.
brandish* - to flourish, wave about (a sword, spear, dart, club, or other manual weapon) by way of threat or display, or in preparation for action.
sophy - a wise man, sage
divorsion - divorce division
petty - small,
of small importance, minor, inferior