Hello again, my lovelies! Welcome back to my blog, my new blog, that is. I'm so glad you're here. ☺
It's Regency Wednesday, and just because my blog has moved and few things will be different, this will not.
For this week's post, let's keep it simple. There's this book I have called 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue. That's right, let's have another lesson in Regency slang!
As always, these are randomly selected. Some may be repeats of previous posts on my previous blog. I try not to do that, but it's inevitable. lol
That weirdly long word for some mysterious society stuck out to me. I, of course, looked it up. The only thing I could find was this reference in the 1811 Vulgar Dictionary. So... yeah. Still a mystery. If any of my lovely readers happens to know anything more, please let us all know in the comments! LOL
*Taken verbatim from 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue. Get the e-book free for your kindle HERE.
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I am . . .
a mother of two, a writer of Regency romance and short stories of various genres, a book cover designer, a gamer ...and chronic procrastinator.
♥ My Lady Coward
♥ Entangled (Spellbound)
♥ Forgotten, and other Heartless tales
Sable's Morbidly Dark Regency World:
• Crossing the Channel*
• Unwilling Protector*
• Assassin's Keeper
Other Regency Stories:
♥ The 11th Commandment
♥ Death Becomes Her
♥ Eliza's Epiphany
♥ Gertrude's Grace
• The Dragon's Birth
• The Fold
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