a national holiday in the United Kingdom and its territories
British term for a cleansing swim in a body of water such as a lake or the sea
an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the body, now called edema
French silver coin no longer in circulation
type of phonograph, a precursor of the record player
an amount of money once worth 1/8 of a British pound
a common evergreen tree found in and around New Zealand. It bears orange fruit.
a platform used to load people or goods aboard a ship
reoccurring pain in the lower (lumbar) region of the back
a large tent-like structure built for outdoor entertainment
a delicate pastry made with fruit filling
Pip’s mispronunciation of the word “emerald” in "At the Bay"
a brittle or chewy candy made with nuts
a street musician who plays a hand instrument
someone hired to carry luggage
a series of steps that separates one area from another
a message sent by telegraph over long distances
in William Shakespeare’s
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Titania is the Queen of fairyland and wife of Oberon, King of fairyland.
the top bunk or shelf-like sleeping space on trains, ships, airplanes
an outbuilding used to do laundry
a structure built on a shoreline that extends into the water to help guide ships to port