• CONNECT to hit someone very hard ...1930s Amer. sl.
• CRAZY IKE an uncouth fellow ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
• DAFT WATTY a blockhead, a silly, awkward person ...1805 Eng. dial.
• DANCE TO A PERSON'S WHISTLE to follow his lead; to act after his
desire or instigation ...1823
• DARKENING twilight, dusk, evening ...1814 Scot. & Eng. dial.
• DIDDIES the breasts or nipples ...18C Brit. sl.
• DO ME A FAVOUR a neighbour ...1990s rhyming sl.
• DUFF counterfeit money, cheques, etc. ...1895 sl.
• FACTORY a police station ...1891 sl.
• FIVE-KNUCKLE SHUFFLE masturbation ...1972 US sl.
• FLESH-POT a harlot; a sexually loose woman ...sl.
• FOB a Pacific Islander who has newly arrived in New Zealand (Fresh Off
the Boat) ...20C NZ sl.
• FRIDAY FACE a miserable or dour face ...L16 sl.
• GADZOOKS! an oath and exclamation ...17C Brit.
• GET ONE'S ANGORA to irk, to annoy, to anger or exasperate someone;
to discomfit or rattle one ...1915 Amer. sl.
• GOOD HICKORY, A a rapid gait ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
• GUM BEATERS false teeth ...1969 Amer. dial.
• HAIR-BELL the foxglove ...1870 Eng. dial.
• HALLION a clown; a clumsy fellow; a good-for-nothing idle scamp; a
sloven; a rascal ...1789 Scot. & Eng. dial.
• HAVE A BIT OF SUMMER CABBAGE to have sexual intercourse
• HIT THE BAG to go to bed; to have a rest ...1961 Amer. sl.
• I WOULDN'T TRUST HIM THE OTHER SIDE OF A NICKEL not trust at
all, in the least ...1965 Amer. dial. chiefly Black usage
• IN FIFTH GEAR drunk, fully intoxicated ...1960s Amer. sl.
• JAGABAT a prostitute ...20C Trinidad usage
• JIGAMAREE nonsense or any triviality ...Bk1896 Amer. sl.