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5th edition A. S. Palmer adjective Adventuring Among Words British and American cant century Cockney derive Dictionary of English Dictionary of Slang earlier earliest Ebdrakon Eboracum Eburacon Egyptian taru English Dictionary English G. H. Vallins English word ERIC PARTRIDGE Ernest Weekley erudite especially essay Etymological Dictionary ETYMOLOGIES OF UNDERWORLD etymologist etymon example fawney fiends folk-etymology forney French German greater trumps Greek human nature ignorance imagination Indo-European Irish J. A. Sheard Joe Gurr Late Latin Latin Eboracum less lexicographers low slang Macmillan means Medieval Latin merely Old Celtic Old English Old Persian one's Oporto origin paraueredus perhaps person Pferd philologists phoneticians Phonetics and Semantics place-name popular etymology port wine posthumous premisses prison Professor published recorded rhyming slang rhyming-slang terms Richard Chenevix Trench Romany Sanskrit scholars sense Simon a tanner Standard English stir suesor suffix sunwise Tanner sixpence tarocchi Tarot theories tiger Tigris true underworld term vair Welsh rabbit