Hooverize – to economise especially in the use of food; to be saving of or excessively sparing in the use of food.
Daffled – bewildered or disorientated by a sensory overload.
Fiddlestick – a violin bow; something trifling; an exclamation (in plural) nonsense.
Yepsen – the amount that can be held in two hands cupped together; two hands cupped together.
Bourn – a small stream, especially one that flows intermittently or seasonally; brook; burn; a destination; goal; boundary; limit; realm; domain.
Dowfart – a dull, faint-hearted, foolish or stupid person; melancholy; so much under depression of spirits as to be in a state bordering on that of an idiot; of anything that does not answer the purpose for which it is used.
Panurgic – skilled in, or able to do, all kinds of work; ready for anything; a jack-of-all-trades.