ductor - a leader, the leader of a band of music
fezzy - furnished with or wearing a fez
fuzz - a mass of fine, light, fluffy particlesè the beard of an adolescent boy.
bludgeon - a short stout stick or club, with one end loaded or thicker and heavier than the other, used as a weapon.
signum - sign, signature
curia (l) - court
maypole - a tall pole in an open place and wreathed with flowers forming a center for may day sports.
canto - a song, ballad (obs.); one of the major divisions of a long poem.
chorussed - singed in chorus
christen - baptize, to give a name to
tollgate - a point where vehicles pause to pay toll
rann - a stanza of a song, a verse
stoney = stony
mote = moot - to argue, to plead, to discuss, dispute, esp. in a law case.
Mike - an Irishman; a Roman Catoholic
dub - to name, style, nickname
llyn - a lake or pool in Wales
lex - law
apt - to make fit, adapt (to), prepare suitably (for)
noll - head
parse - to describe (a word in a sentence) grammatically, by stating the part of speech, inflexion, and relation to the rest of the sentence.
arrah - exp. of surprise or excitement
frosty - affected with or characterized by frost; reduced to a temperature at or below freezing-point; ice-cold.
ha - have
han't - have not, has not
brum - to murmur, hum
clip clop - imitations of sounds of alternating rhythm.
- music; cue - humour, disposition, mood, frame of mind
(proper to any action).