Sanguinolent – containing or mixed or tinged with blood.
Jollux – a fat person.
Brabble – quibble; argue stubbornly about trifles or petty things; wrangle; noisy, quarrelsome chatter.
Euouae – a mnemonic which was used in medieval music to denote the sequence of tones in the “seculorum Amen” passage of the lesser doxology, Gloria Patri, which ends with the phrase In saecula saeculorum, Amen; a type of cadence in medieval music.
Algerining - prowling around with the intent to commit burglary.
Linguipotence – mastery of language or languages; ability to use language.
Advesperate – to draw towards evening, grow dark, become night.
Basilic – royal; kingly; of a basilica, basilican; designating or of a large vein of the upper arm, on the inner side of the biceps muscle.
Ramage – boughs or branches; warbling of birds in trees; wild, untamed, unruly, violent.
Abatjour – lampshade; eyeshade; device like a reflector or skylight to direct light into a room.
Absterge – to make clean by wiping; to wipe away; to cleanse; to purge.
Acclivity – an ascending or upward slope; incline.
Myotahapea (Finnish) – a sense of shame you feel on someone else’s behalf when they do something stupid or embarrassing.
Hoddypeak – a blockhead, fool, simpleton, noodle.
Gaseyn – marshy ground; a mire; puddle.
Pillock - idiot, fool, stupid or annoying person.
Euchre – a card game for two to four players usually played with the 32 highest cards in the pack; gain the advantage over (another player) by preventing them from taking three tricks; to cheat, deceive, trick, or outwit; to be exhausted or ruined.
Looder - swearer, attestor, oath-taker; to thrash, administer a beating.
Hygge (Danish) – complete absence of anything annoying, irritating or emotionally overwhelming, and the presence of and pleasure from comforting, gentle and soothing things; a situation that induces a cheerful mood, peace of mind, with connotation of belonging and social acceptance, coziness and being unhurried.
Patchery – hypocrisy; knavery, roguery; trickery, cheating, deception; that which is thrown or sown together usually clumsily or with different colour and textures, like patchwork.