MuNNOT, must not. MuNGE, munch. A "naagin woman" is a constant complainer. Naather, neither. Naff, the nave of a carriage wheel. Nanpie, magpie. Naup, strike on the head. Nazzle, an insignificant person, usually "a nasty nazzle. Nengnails, sores caused ] y tearing into the "quick" the skin about finger or toe- nails.
Also curved nails growing into the flesh, or troublesome "tengin" corns. Nep, peck. NiVling, trifling. Niggle, cut with a blunt instrument, or pick away by bits. Ninny nonny, weak-minded, ineffectual. Nip fig, a niggardly person. NoA, no. NoiT, the period of milk-giving. Cows are " fresh noited," or " 07a. The crier at Quarter Sessions, on opening or adjourning the Court, uses " some mack on a nommany," beginning with "Oyez!
Nook, corner. NooKiN, the chimney corner. Nop, a knob, a flower-bud. See " Kirgit. NowT o'clock, of no account or consideration. Nudge, touch suggestively, as with the elbow. OfTncer, oftener. Offer, begin to do a thing, or make an attempt. Oltos, Altofts. Ommost, almost. O'nly, lonely. See " Ahtwood. It appears to have been rebuilt, in part or intirely, several times.
Leland in or after says: "The principale chirch that now is yn Wakefield is but of a new work, but it is exceeding fair and large. In , the south side was rebuilt; and toward the latter part of the 1 8th century, the north side and east end also.
The tower was re-cased in The spire, after being partly rebuilt and lowered a little in 17 15, and re-topt in , was, in 1 , intirely rebuilt with crockets, and raised to the height of feet, thus — tower, feet; stone- work of spire, feet; vane above that, 7 feet.
Until 1, buildings closely surrounded the church ; but in that year these were removed, and the yard was extended. The present peal of ten bells was put up in 7 ; the present "quarter jacks" in Otxtd lad, the devil; also a friendly name. Common answer, "Naah, nowi-, whafs f best news wi' thee?
Pahke, a pimple. Pap, a teat ; also the mother's milk. See " Wringit. Pawt, restless. Applied, for example, to a fidgety bed-fellow. Pick, push. PiK, pitch. Pin a seet, a child's show, a pin a sight. Pinch, pitch. Pinderfield, one of tht open Common fields of Wakefield ; so named, probably, from an owner. The name seems to have nothing to do with the " Pinder of Wake- field. Pissibed, the dandelion.
Pismires, ants. Plague, tease. Plop, straight down. Plumb, to be upright. Out of plumb is out of perpendicular. A plumb is a straight- edge, with a plumb lead ball slung from the top. PoAK, a sack or bag. PocKARD, pitted with smallpox. PooRiSH, rather poor. Pop, I, pledge. A pawnbroker's is a pop-shop. Porridge, milk boiled and Bthened thickened with flour. PosNiT, an iron pan fSr boiling liquids, having either a hooped or a side handle.
Potter, i, poke, as, " Potter t' fire. Prate, talk pertly or saucily, as in case of a young person to an elder. Pretheh, pray thee. Pultice, a poultice. See " Knur and Spell. Pup, the bringing forth young by dogs. QuARRiL, a quarry. See extract from T. T' wahrst thing i' t' world is raakin' aht. Raare, very; as "raare and weel tired. Rackt up, ruined, destroyed.
A coppin was a little cone of yam wound on a tin tube; and to be raffled, was to have the yam partly pulled ofif and entangled. See " Raffle coppin. Raisin Chapil, a name given to Salem chapel after its first minister, Rev. Benjamin Rayson. Ram, stink keenly. The Primitive Methodists are called " t' ranters. Wright explains rape as steal, and renne as rob.
Ratten, a rat. We say of the weather, " It's cowd and raw. An ass "rawts. Said of any headstrong proceeding taken against advice, or " wilta shalta. Red ruddle, such as is used for marking cattle. Reeap up, reviving things which ought to be or other people wish to be forgotten.
Reek, a family, clan, or neighborhood; as, " He comes on a bad reek. Reesty, I, rusty? Reet, a wheelwright. Regabrash, ragamuffins, contemptible rabble. It is the oldest of the four Eng- lish registries.
The East-Riding Act is 6 Anne, c. ReicK TO, reach to. ReigkTEN, make right. Render, melt animal fat, as inside fat of pigs for lard. See " Steng. Rig, ridge, back. RiNCH, rinse. Rivven, torn. Roar, to weep. Rooting a thing out, is in- quiring fully into it. Rop, the string called catgut. Rops, the small intestines of animals. Y vowly pxjddin, a pudding made of fruit and a thin cake of dough, rolled and boiled. Rue bargain, a bargain one regrets to have made. A man paying to be let off a purchase pays " for a rue bargain.
Rumpus, a quarrel or disturbance. Said, quieted, or obedient. See " Raisin Chapil. Sallit, salad ; usually and strictly, lettuce only. Same, pig's lard. Leatham says that probably a Castle of Sandal, or Sammerhall, existed much earlier, and that, the older erection being destroyed, the Earl restored it. See Mr. The battle of Wakefield, of , was fought beneath its walls; and the place where, it is said, the Duke of York was killed, lies in Cock-and-bottle Lane, a short distance north of the Castlehill.
In the war of the Parliament against Charles I. In the following year the destruction of the Castle was ordered; and nearly all the stones have, in the course of time, been carried off for building neighboring houses. Very little remains of the walls. There are extensive views from the Keep hill. Sant John's. The church first stone laid 4th November, , was, I am told, so named after old Mr.
John Lee, the so- licitor. The district is no part of the ancient St. John's Field, which derived its name from the St. John's chiu-ch, standing at the top of Northgate, but the precise site whereof is now unknown. The present building in Burton Street was built about , I believe. Sauce, pert or forward talk. ScoREiN, drawing lines across, as cutting the skin of pork before cooking. Scrat, I, " owdi Scrat," or " owdi Scratch," is the devil. ScRAUK, a mark.
Swoln-bellied rabbits are said to be sagged when suffering from tubercular peritonitis. Sen, self. Sewer, sure. Shackle, the wrist.
Shafflin, shuffling, idling. Shame to be seen, not fit to be seen ; untidy. Shagareen, chagrin. Sharp, quick. Sheg beg, shake bag, a loosely baggily and raggedly drest, or worthless man. Sheh, she. Shivs, or Shivvins, husks taken off grain, as off oats. Shog, slow trot " Went shoggin on. See " Sheh " and " Meh. Shool, shovel. Shummakker, shoemaker ; called a " booit and shummakker. A vendor having sold his goods, has "got shut" of them.
A spendthrift " gets shut on his brass. SiLE, to strain. A milk sile is a strainer. Sin, since. Singlet, a waistcoat. A doublet is described as a wadded garment. SiPE, to draw through or out of. From its size it was evidently of some consequence; but nothing is specially known about it.
Parchment skellers when held to the fire. Skellinton, a skeleton. Skelp, strike. Noe's wife says — " For drede of a skelp help will thi dam. Skep, a vessel of metal or wood with a scooped mouth, as a " coil-skep. Skew, twist. Skinny, mean, niggardly. Skopperil, a toy made with a pin through a button, or small round plate, for spinning.
Skreed, a strip or narrow piece. Skrike, scream. Beating is an opera- tion for which we have many words. Skut, tail of hare or rabbit. Skutterin, running hurriedly. Things which show signs or streaks of dirt, after wetting and pretended drying and cleaning, are " slaakt ovver. Slaht, sprinkle or splash. Slape shod, shod in a slippery way. Slapstone, sinkstone. Try turning off all your other mods except this one and seeing if it still happens. Hogman The Intruder 9 Jul, pm. Great mod. I avoid helms that cover her face now The only bug I've experience is when she equips a 1h and shield.
Lydia gets stuck in a loop of the draw weapon animation after I draw my own. It happened after exiting one of the mountain passes and continued to happen afterwards.
I armed her with a 2h weapon and no bugs so far. That's most likely a conflict with another mod that's chaning Lydia's appearance, you can try loading this mod last and see if that helps. It works without that mod, it just wont look exactly like the screenshots above. Never mind She is still wearing armor and a shield.
Most Anomids were pacifists—historians believed that no major wars had ever been fought in the Yablari system. However, around 50 BBY , a nonconformist subculture developed among the younger Anomids.
These nonconformists wore light, sleeveless clothes rather than the oversized robes favored by most Anomids, and rejected their traditional pacifist ideals. During the Imperial era, the Central Council was internally divided, but supported the Empire for the good of the Yablari system.
Rebel operatives, on the other hand, liked to befriend Anomid travelers who might be persuaded to give money to the cause. Some Rebel safeworlds used Anomid food technology to stretch limited supplies. Anomids who ventured away from their homeworld typically were rogues or nonconformists whose political ideologies clashed with that of their homeworld's Central Council.
During the Great Galactic War and the ensuing Cold War , most Anomids sided with the Republic, while those marauders found throughout the galaxy could be found with a number of allegiances, including the Hutt Empire and Darth Malgus ' New Empire in an organization known as the Schism Collective.
Others sought new technologies or corporate connections which could be made in other regions of the Republic. Rarely getting involved in any form of military or defense force, Force-sensitive Anomid were drawn to the ideology of the Jedi Order. Band lively. Key: F. The chorus is quite high, but this is the original key. Key: D. The key has been lowered from the original setting.
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4/23/ - A nice BodySlide presets for "Unified UNP" by t3h0th3r - t3h0th3r added a "NoHide Keyword" for the Devious Devices. Now it should not hide devices because of armor transparency.