The Vocabulary of East-Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the Twin Sister Counties Norfolk and Suffolk, as it Existed in the Last Twenty Years of the Eighteenth Century, and Still Exists : with Proof of Its Antiquity from Etymology and Authority ; in Two Volumes, Volume 2
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adjective ancient Anglo-Saxon animal Antiquities appears applied authority bird called certainly cloth coarse common commonly connected connexion Coriolanus corruption counties derivation Dialect dictt dimin doubt dressed East Anglia edition English etymon exactly express fellow figuratively French give hassock head hole horse instance Intens J. O. Halliwell James Orchard Halliwell John Knole House labour land language Latin Mark Antony means mode Nine men's morris Norfolk original parish particular perhaps person phrase play plough poor post 8vo pretty printed probably pron pronounced pronunciation proper provincial rain rest-harrow rustic s.pl Saxon seems sense signifies Sir Thomas Sir Thomas Browne SMUR soil sometimes sort spelled STOOR strong substantive Suffolk superstition supposed Teut thick thing tion tree Twelfth Night verb vulgar walk witch woman