tap - to pierce (a vessel, tree, etc.) so as to draw off its liquid contents.
wold - forest, forest land (obs.); a piece of open country, a plain.
claw - to scratch or tear with the claws, or (transf.) with the nails or a pointed instrument.
bark - to speak or cry out in a tone or temper that suggests the bark of a dog.
triliteral - consisting of three letters; a triliteral word or root; ...Their [sc. the Semitic languages'] most fundamental peculiarity is the triliterality of their roots, every Semitic verbal root containing just three consonants.
acorn - the fruit or seed of the oak-tree
plentitude* - erroneous form of plenitude, influenced by plenty (a.)
outsend - to send out or forth, to emit
truant - a lazy, idle person; esp. a child who absents himself from school without leave; hence fig., one who wanders from an appointed place or neglects his duty or business.
twisty - full of twists or bends, winding
germination - the action or process of germinating, sprouting, or putting forth shoots.
gemination - a doubling, duplication, repetition; Gram. The doubling of an originally single consonant sound, or the doubling of a letter in the orthography of a word.
outset - the act or fact of setting out upon a journey, course of action, business, etc.; start, commencement, beginning.
odds and ends* - odd fragments or remnants, miscellaneous articles or things.
eximious - excellent, distinguished, eminent
excelsior (l) - higher
eagle - to fly as an eagle; Also, to eagle it
rock - fig. To distress, perturb, upset
ague - an acute or violent fever ages
cliff - to erode so as to form a cliff
for aye - for ever, to all eternity
eke - also, too, moreover; in addition
mushe = much (obs.)
mixne* = mixen (obs.) - a place where dung and refuse is laid; a dung-hill or laystall.
libertine - a man who is not restrained by moral law, esp. in his relations with the female sex; one who leads a dissolute, licentious life.
stile = style - to give a name or style to, to call by a name or style
Tod (d) - death
derivative* - a thing flowing, proceeding, or originating from another; Gram. A word derived from another by some process of word-formation, any word which is not a primitive word or root.
pundit - a learned Hindu, one versed in Sanskrit and in the philosophy, religion, and jurisprudence of India; a learned expert or teacher.
splanck - the sound of falling fruit
Apfelbaum (d) - apple tree
remount - to go back, in the course of an investigation or study, to a certain point, period, etc.
arrest - the act of stopping anything in its course; a stop put to anything, stoppage, stay, check.
treeman - one of a race of men living in trees
sored - pained, troubled
knockout - a person or thing of overwhelming or surpassing quality.
nicknamer* - one who nicknames another person or thing
knack - to deal (sharp sounding) blows (obs.); to sing or speak in a lively manner (obs.); a trick; a device, artifice; formerly often, a deceitful or crafty device, a mean or underhand trick; later esp. an adroit or ingenious method of doing something.
Knechtschaft (d) - slavery
crudity - the state or quality of being raw, unrefined, untempered, unripe, etc.; an instance of this.