apparition
unusual sight
ay
yes
becos
because
be’ent
is not
bloody
used as an exclamation of surprise
bloomin’
like bloody, an exclamation of surprise
breach
a gap in a solid structure such as a dike
bulwark
a wall-like structure serving as a defense against encroachment
buoy markers
visual aids for marine navigation
coo
because
curlews
wading shore birds with a long, slender, downcurved bill and mainly brown plummage
estuaries
partly enclosed coastal bodies of water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into them, and with a connection to the open sea
extant
still existing
gyrfalcon
largest of all falcon species, of northern regions, having various color phases ranging from black to white
Hi
I
horfficer
officer
hunchback
an individual afflicted with an abnormally curved or hunched back
Jerry
a German soldier
kirtle
a long dress or skirt
Normans
descendants from the Scandavian Vikings that conquered the Normandy region of Northern France
ogre
a fabled man-eating giant or monster
peregrines
falcons having gray and white plumage, formerly much used in falconry
pinioned
to remove or bind the wing feathers of a bird to prevent flight
pinions
a bird’s wings
pintails
ducks of the Northern Hemisphere having gray, brown and white plumage and a sharply pointed tail
plaint
complaint
pot
shoot
redshanks
European wading birds with long red legs
Saxon
descendant from the West Germanic tribe that invaded England in the fifth century
sez
said
shovelers
widely distributed ducks having a long, broad bill
skeins
flocks of geese or similar birds in flight
teal
small, widely distributed duck
toff
gentleman
widgeon
any of several fresh water ducks
wild-fowlers
bird hunters
wiv
with
’and
hand
’arf
half
’e
he
’ee
you
’er
over or her
’im
him
’is
his
’oo
who