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SLANG AND ITS ANALOGUES PAST AND PRESENT A DICTIONARY HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE OF THE HETERODOX SPEECH OF ALL CLASSES OF SOCIETY FOR MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED YEARS WITH SYNONYMS IN ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN ITALIAN ETC. COMPILED AND EDITED BY JOHN S. FARMER & W. E. HENLEY VOL. IV. PRINTED FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY 1896

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  • Page 5 and 6: Inzmenstho, 1889. Bird 0' Freedom,
  • Page 7 and 8: In-and-in. 5 In cog. 1773. GOLDSMIT
  • Page 9 and 10: Indislensables. 7 Infantry. INDISPE
  • Page 11 and 12: Inglenook. 9 2. (old).—To caress
  • Page 13 and 14: Innominables. II Inside. 1859. Time
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  • Page 17 and 18: Iron. 15 Iron-horse. 2. (American t
  • Page 19 and 20: Itch. t7 Ivories. (thieves' : also
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  • Page 23 and 24: Jack. 2! Jack. suits in a pack of c
  • Page 25 and 26: Jack. 23 Jack. 2 1. (old).—A peas
  • Page 27 and 28: Jack. 25 Jack. 1765. SMOLLETT, Pere
  • Page 29 and 30: Jackanapes. was a man who exhibited
  • Page 31 and 32: jacketing-. 29 Jack Ketch. 3. (Amer
  • Page 33 and 34: Jack-Nasty. JACK-NASTY, subs. (comm
  • Page 35 and 36: Jacksy-15ardy. 33 Jade. JACKSY-PARD
  • Page 37 and 38: S Jail-bird. 35 Jam. JAIL-BIRD, sub
  • Page 39 and 40: Ja Mit; Aloorc. 3 7 JAMIE MOORE. To
  • Page 41 and 42: Jargon die. 39 Jarvey. JARGONELLE,
  • Page 43 and 44: Jaw. 1753. FOOTE, Englishman in Par
  • Page 45 and 46: Jeff. 43 Jelly-bag. 1876. J. GRANT,
  • Page 47 and 48: jemmy. 45 jemmy Jessamy. 2. (common
  • Page 49 and 50: Jerk. 47 Jerker. 1853. REV. E. BRAD
  • Page 51 and 52: Jerry-getting. 49 Jerusalem. JERRY-
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    feller. 5 1594. Look About You [DoD

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    Jickajog. 53 1871. S. CLEMENS, Scre

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    _Po'crger. 55 J16.(rger- 2. (old).-

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    1648-80. ROCHESTER,Ballt Intrigues,

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    Jingo. 59 Joan. 1773. 0. GOLDSMITH,

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    Job. 6i Job. 1857. LORD DUFFERIN, L

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    Jobber. 1678. BUTLER, Hudibras, III

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    Jock-Blunt. 65 Joe. riolanus. Indee

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    Joe Savage. 67 Jog-trot. 1850. F. E

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    John-Barleycorn. 69 Johnnie. dramat

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    John the Bapist. 7 Joker. 1886. J.

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    Jolly. 1594. LODGE, Wounds of Civil

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    Jordan. 75 _forum. JORDAN, subs. (o

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    fosser. 77 jowl. 1865. DICKENS, Chr

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    Juf 79 Jug. 2. (common).-A simpleto

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    Julius Cesar. 81 junO. J u Li u S C

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    Jump. 8 3 julVer. To GO A JUMP, ver

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    Junket. JU NKET ! j. (Winchester Co

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    Kangaroo. 8 7 Keelhaul. 1721. KELLY

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    Keep. 89 Keep. 1811. Lex. Bal., S.V

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    Keeping-cully. 9' Keller. 1886. The

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    Ken-cracker. 93 Ke KEN-CRACKER (or

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    Key. 95 Kick. KEY, subs. (venery).

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    Kick. 97 Kick. reau (thieves' = she

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    Kick. 99 Kick. TO KICK STIFF.—[TA

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    Kick-shoe. lor Kid. 1822. SCOTT, Fo

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    Kidden. 1872. Daily News, 5 Jan., p

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    Kidnc0. 105 Kidney. 1884. Daily Tel

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    1847. THACKERAY, Vanity Fair, iv. M

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    .Kinder. 109 King's Books. 1690. B.

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    Kinky. ' I' Kirk ling. 1869. H. B.

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    Kiss-curl. 113 Kissing-strings. To

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    Kitchen. 115 Kite. 1860. DICKENS, G

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    Kittler. 117 Knack. being settled,

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    Knapler' s-Poll. "9 9 Knfe. KNAPPER

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    Knight. 121 Knight. 1620. FORD, Lin

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    Knock. 123 Knock. KN OCK, subs. (ho

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    Knock. 1 2 5 Knock. 1725. New Cant.

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    Knock. 127 Knock-about man. 2. (col

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    Knocker-face. 1892. MILLIKEN, 'Arry

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    Know. 131 Know. 1773. GOLDSMITH, Sh

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    Knub. 133 Knuckle-bone. 1840. C. BR

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    Kotoo. c.1865. Broadside Ballad, Th

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    Lacedemonians. 137 Lack-la fin. 172

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    Ladder. 1 39 Ladies' Fever. voyante

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    Ladybird. 141 Lady Green. 1888. Phi

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    Lag. 1 43 Lag. 1890. Answers, 27 De

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    Lagging-gage. 145 Lamb. LAGGING-GAG

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    Lam back. 147 Lamb's-wool. To SKIN

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    Lammas. LAMMAS. AT LATER LAMMAS, ph

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    Land-broker. Is! Landlubber. 1865.

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    Land-swab. 153 Lank. c.1824. The Am

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    La75-clafi. 1 55 Lardy. 1885. Daily

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    Lark. 1829. BUCKSTONE, Billy Taylor

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    Larrufiing. 1824. PEAKE, Americans

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    Laurence. T61 Lavender-cove. 1611.

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    Lay. 163 Lay. le truc = thieving ;

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    _J Lay. 165 Lay. To LAY ABOUT, verb

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    Lazy-man's load. 167 Leaf bore his

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    Leap. 169 Leary. 215]. For many a p

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    Leather/lead: 1892. G. M. FENN, The

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    Leeksh ire. LEEKSHIRE, subs. (commo

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    Leg. 175 Leg. 6.1796. WoLcur [P. Pi

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    Leg. 177 1846. DICKENS, Cricket 0/2

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    Leggy. ' 79 Length. LEGGY, adj. (co

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    Let. 18 Let. 1851. F. E. SMEDLEY, L

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    LetiChWater. 183 Lefty. his left. H

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    Level. 185 Levy. LEVEL. To WORK (or

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    Lick. 187 Lick. LICK, subs. (old).-

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    Licker. 1571. GOLDING, Calvin on Ps

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    Lie-abed. 1653. URQUHART, Rabelais,

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    LVter. 193 Light. To LIFT HAIR, ver

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    Light-feeder. 195 Lightmans. 1848.

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    Light-weight. 1 97 Like. LIGHT-WEIG

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    Lily-livered. 1 99 Limb. of me, and

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    Lime-basket. 201 Line. LIME-BASKET.

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    Linen-arbor. 203 Lingua Franca. did

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    Lion. 205 Lion. 1713. The Guardian,

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    Lion's firovider. 1882. Literary Wo

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    Liquolond Street. 209 Little Barbar

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    Little Fighting Fours. 211 Live-hor

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    Locyr. 213 Loafer. secousse (popula

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    Lob. 215 Lobcock. 2. (old).-A block

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    Lobscouser. 21 7 Lobster. 1884. W.

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    Lockees. 219 Lock-up-chovey. 1725.

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    Loges. 2 2 1 Loggerheaded. 1690. B.

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    Loller. 223 Lollop. 1609. SHAKSPEAR

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    Lone-duck. 225 Long-bow. LONE-DUCK

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    Long-eye. 227 Long-glass. blue and

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    Long-robe. LONG-ROBE, subs. (old).

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    Lonsdale' s 231 Look. 1690. B. E.,

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    Look-in. 233 Loon. TO LOOK TOWARDS

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    Loose. 235 Loose-fish. spree, as th

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    Lord. 237 Loser. 1785. GROSE, Vulga

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    Lounce. 239 Lour. 1847. ALBERT SMIT

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    Loveage. 241 Lovelock. 1883. Field,

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    Lower. 243 Low-water. LOWER, verb.

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    Lubberland. 245 Lucky. 1606. Wily B

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    Lug-. Verb. (once literary : now co

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    Lumfi. 249 Lumper. Verb. (old).-I.

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    Lumlum. 251 Lurch. soupente = loft)

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    Lurden. 253 Lush. LURDEN, subs. (ol

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    Lush. 255 Lush. gob); boissonner (p

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    Lushing-Muzzle. schlodern or schlot

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    Luxer. Probably short form of luxur

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    Macaroni. 261 Macaroon. 2. (old). -

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    Machiner. 263 Mad. 1884. Field, 6 D

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    Mad-dog. 265 Madza. 1594. Look Abou

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    Maga. 267 Maggot. 1885. G. A. SALA,

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    Magpie's-nest. 1663. KILLIGREW, Par

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    Maids-adorning. 271 Make. 1598. SHA

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    Make. 273 Makesures. To MAKE HAY, v

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    Malkin. 275 Malieut. 1811. Lex. Bal

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    Man. 277 Man. MAN OF THE WORLD, sub

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    Alan çer. 279 Manufacture. 1821. D

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    Mare's-nest. 281 Marinated. To GO B

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    Marker. 283 Ma lot. MARK OF MOUTH,

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    Marrowbone. 285 Marrowbones. frowns

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    Marlin's-hammer. 287 Mash. 1874. MO

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    Masherdom. 289 Masterpiece. student

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    Mauled. 291 Mauncl. MAULED, adj. (c

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    Maw ley. 293 Mazzarcl. 2. (old).—

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    Al-cal-mouth. 295 Measly. M EAL- MO

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    Meat-and-drink. 297 Mechanic. (1874

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    Megrim. 1688. SHADWELL, Sq. Of Alsa

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    Member-mug. 301 Mercury. d.1796. BU

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    Merry-andrew. 303 Merry Greek. MERR

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    Messel. 305 Metallician. 1866. MANS

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    Middle-cut. 3. (Old Cant).—A fing

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    Mike. 309 Mike. 1802. C. K. SHARPE,

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    Milch-cow. c.1420-80. HENRYSON, Fab

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    kM11111100 Milk-and-molasses. No MI

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    hull. elderly victim was a retired

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    1719. SMITH, Lives of Highwaymen, i

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    Mill-fog. 319 Mingle-mangle. mon).

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    Miraculous-cairn. 32T Mish-topfier.

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    Mist. 323 Mitten. 1846-8. THACKERAY

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    MIXED, adj. (colloquial).-r. Con- f

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    that in familiar writings and conve

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    Mohican. 329 Moko. 1719. T. DURFEY,

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    Molly-coddle. 33 1 MO locker. An ef

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    Mondongo. 333 Monk. 1885. Ill. Lon.

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    Monkey. 335 Monkey-boat. 5. (milita

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    Monosyllable. 337 Monosyllable. HAR

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    Monosyllable. 339 Monosyllable. ure

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    Monosyllable. 341 Monosyllable. BUT

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    Monosyllable. (= BOAT) ; la nature

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    Monosyllable. 345 Mon tern. COUNTRI

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    Moon. 347 Moon. 1893. EMERSON, S1,V

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    Mooner. 349 Moon-man. 1786. GROSE,

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    Moonshiiiing. 351 Mop. 1885. Saturd

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    Moihe. 353 Itiotus. IN THE MOPS, ad

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    Moreish. 355 Morning-star. duction

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    Mort. 357 Mortal. 1621. B. JoNsoN,

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    Moth. 359 Mossyface. 1871. DE VERE,

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    Mother-and-daughter. 3 61 Mother's-

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    Mount. 363 Mount of Venus. 1847. TH

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    Mouse. 365 Mousetral. 1611. BEAUMON

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    Mouth-bet. 367 Move. 1751. SMOLLETT

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    Mrs. Goff. 369 Mrs. Parting/on. MRS

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    Muck. 37 1 Muck. MUCK, subs. (old :

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    Mucker. 373 Mud. MUCKER, subs. (com

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    Mudding:face. 375 Mud-hen. (Cf. MUD

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    Mud-slinger. 377 MUff. MUD-SLINGER,

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    Muffing. 379 Mufti: 1823. BEE, Diet

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    Mug. 381 Mugger. 1866. London Misce

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    Mug-trafi. 383 Mull. name, for this

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    Mum. 3 8 5 Mum, subs. (old).-1. in

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    Mummery-cove. 3 8 7 Mumficr. 1851-M

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    Mum.tins. 389 Muni. 1820-33. LAMB,

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    Murder. 39 1 Mush-faker. MURDER. Se

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    Mussy. 393 Mutton. 1848. BURTON, Wa

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    Mut/on-chops. 395 Mutton-fist. To R

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    Mutionous. 397 Muzzle. 1600. Sir y.

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    Mystery. 399 111j, Wig. 1887. HENLE

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