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wot
(verb) (archaic) to know
sesquipedalian
(adj) measuring a foot and a half; 2. long and ponderous word or expression. (noun) a humorous label for a long word
thew
(noun) a muscle or sinew, hence (in plural) physical strength
pursuivant
(noun) 1. (Herald's College) a rank below a herald; 2. (archaic) a follower
deglutition
(noun) act of swallowing food
wight
(noun) (archaic) a living being
waif
(noun) 1. (Eng. law) stolen goods thrown away by a thief in flight; 2. hence, anything found without an owner; 3. a stray person or beast
verdigris
(noun) the greenish deposit formed on copper, brass, and bronze
corbel
(noun) (architecture) a projection from a wall supporting a weight
subtile
(adj) 1. subtle; 2. wily, cunning
bourn 1
(noun) (from Anglo-Saxon) a stream
bourn 2
(noun) (from French) a goal or destination
circumspect
(adj) discreet
glean
(verb) 1. to gather after a reaper; 2. to patiently collect
contravene
(verb) to oppose; contradict
desiccate
(verb) to dry up
equine
(adj) like a horse
mellifluent (or mellifluous)
(adj) flowing with honey; sweet
melliferous
(adj) honey bearing; yielding honey
conundrum
(noun) 1. a kind of riddle the answer to which is a pun; 2. an unanswerable question