wellesay* - alas!
welladay* - exp. of sorrow, lament
cockle hat - a hat with cockleshell as the badge of a pilgrim
wangle - to accomplish (something) in an irregular way by scheming or contrivance.
roche - a rock or cliff
in common* - in joint use or possession
seaborne* - conveyed by sea
undulant - fluctuating, rippling, rolling
shaver - boy, a little child; one that shaves
shaw - a thicket, a small wood, copse or grove; show
yokel - a contemptuous term for a (stupid or ignorant) countryman or rustic.
waster - one who lives in idleness and extravagance
bustling - that bustles; full of bustle or agitation
tweeny - a maidservant whose work supplements that of cook and housemaid.
of all works - employed in all kinds of work esp. in household (maid of all works).
meed - a reward, guerdon, or prize awarded for excellence or achievement.
anthem - a song, as of praise or gladness; a hymn
here we come
jiffy - a very short space of time
furbish - to brighten by rubbing, polish, burnish; to renovate, revive.
potlid - the lid of a pot (when of iron, sometimes used as a warming-pan).
brass plate* - brass plate, a plate of brass, bearing an inscription, e.g. on or at a door or gate, bearing the resident's name.
linkboy - an attendant employed to bear a torch to light the way of a person abroad in the streets at night.
ashhopper - a lye (any detergent material used in washing; a cleansing substance) cask, resembling a hopper in a mill.
fella - fellow
longa - long
rejuvenate - to restore to youth; to make young or fresh again
busker - an itinerant entertainer
rave - the (or an) act of raving; frenzy, great excitement.
rumble - commotion, bustle, tumult, uproar
broadawake - fully awake
suite - a train of followers, attendants, or servants; a retinue
shufle - to move the feet along the ground without lifting them, so as to make a scraping noise.
cross - across, transversely
chilled - made sensibly cold
thrie = three
route - a way, road, or course; a certain direction taken in travelling from one place to another.
resting - a resting place
superficies - Geom. A magnitude of two dimensions, having only length and breadth.
correspondent* - in agreement or harmony, congruous, accordant with.
linea (l) - line
puncta = punctum - a (geometrical) point
Oberflache (d) - surface
thrum - to play (a stringed instrument, or a tune on it) idly, monotonously, or unskilfully.
fiddle - a stringed instrument of music; usually, the violin
witty - clever
leppy - a motherless calf ? leapy
subject - one who is under the dominion of a monarch or reigning prince.
festive - Of persons: Employed in, or fond of feasting; convivial, jovial.
flavoury* - having flavour (a smell, odour), fragrant
fryberry* - a raspberry
honeyman - a man who sells honey or has charge of bees.
lavender - a washerwoman, laundress
foyne = few
priggish - characteristic of a prig; dishonest; dandish; conceited, pragmatical.
appraise - to estimate quality or excellence of
roaration = oration - a prayer; a formal speech; a noise or hubbub
pawnbroking - the occupation of lending money on the security of articles pawned.
redeem - to free (mortgaged property), to recover (a person or thing put in pledge), by payment of the amount due.
songster - poet
house of call - a house where journeymen of a particular trade assemble, where carriers call for commissions, or where various persons in request may be heard of.
fizz - animal spirits or 'go'; an effervescing drink, esp. champagne.
sot - one who commonly or habitually drinks to excess, a soaker.
liberty - a district of some british cities within which certain immunities are enjoyed.
league - an itinerary measure of distance, varying in different countries, but usually estimated roughly at about 3 miles.
site - the situation or position of a place, town, building, etc., esp. with reference to the surrounding district or locality.
Gladstone, William Ewart* - statesman and four-time prime minister of Great Britain.
steward - an administrator and dispenser of wealth, favours, etc.; esp. one regarded as the servant of God or of the people.
etre (fr) - to