evoker - one who or that which evokes (to call (a feeling, faculty, manifestation, etc.) into being or activity).
shamrockshire* - a jocular name for Ireland
googoo - an imitative representation of baby talk
bolly - a bogy, hobgoblin
copiosity - abundance, plentifulness
friary - of or pertaining to the friars
pulpit - a raised structure consisting of an enclosed platform, usually supplied with a desk, seat, and other accessories, from which the preacher in a church or chapel delivers the sermon, and in which in some denominations the officiating minister conducts the service.
tawny* - name of a composite colour, consisting of brown with a preponderance of yellow or orange.
wisehead* - one who has a wise head; always in ironical sense, One who fancies himself wise, a wiseacre.
mint - to make (coin) by stamping metal make
blarney* - smoothly flattering or cajoling talk (Colloquial.) Also, nonsense.
hymn - to sing as a hymn; to express in a hymn or song of praise
casa (it) - house
theorbo - a large kind of lute with a double neck and two sets of tuning-pegs, the lower holding the melody strings and the upper the bass strings.
songster - one who sings, a singer; a poet, a writer of songs or verse
angler - one who angles or fishes with a hook and line
choreographer - a designer or arranger of a ballet
piper - one who plays on a pipe (esp. a strolling musician)
prisoned - confined in or as in a prison; imprisoned
musicianship - skill as a musician
ambassador-at-large* - (U.S.), an ambassador appointed to perform special duties, and not accredited to any one government or sovereign.
by design - on purpose, purposely
joss - a Chinese figure of a deity, an idol
photophore - a luminiferous organ in certain animals
pilgrimage - a journey (usually of considerable duration) made to some sacred place, as an act of religious devotion.
antipodes - the exact opposite of a person or thing (In this sense the sing. antipode is still used.)
consign - to hand over formally; to seal, sign, subscribe
distributory = distributive - of, belonging to, or arising from, distribution; distributive justice - one of the two divisions of Justice, according to Aristotle (the other being commutative), that which consists in the distribution of something in shares proportionate to the deserts of each among the several parties.
tidings - the announcement of an event or occurrence, a piece of news
mansuetude* - gentleness, meekness
adieu* - good-bye! farewell!; In comparisons: as smooth, true, straight as a die.
pall - to become faint, to become pale or dim (obs.)
lucerne - a lamp, lantern
splutter - to utter hastily and indistinctly, to talk or speak hastily and confusedly.
canton - a corner, an angle (obs.); a subdivision of a country; a small district.
pattern - an example; esp. a typical, model, or representative instance, a signal example.
indivisible - that which is indivisible; an infinitely small particle or quantity individuals
continuum - a continuous thing, quantity, or substance; a continuous series of elements passing into each other.
overlord - to lord it over, domineer over; to rule as an overlord or superior authority.
interlard - fig. To diversify by intermixture or interjection; to mix, mingle, or intersperse with.
accidence - hap, mishap, chance; fortuitous circumstance
fervently - with warmth of feeling; ardently, earnestly, hotly, passionately.
postexilic - after exile