1. [early 19C] (US) a thrashing.
2. [early 19C] (Anglo-Irish) a wooden leg.
3. [mid-19C] a birch broom.
4. [early 19C–1960s] a match; also attrib.; also as small timber.
5. [mid-19C] the stocks.
6. [late 19C] a clubbing at the hands of the toughs of a town unfriendly to tramps; also attrib.
7. [1930s–40s] (US black) a toothpick.
8. [1930s–40s] (US Und.) a police nightstick.
9. [1970s] (drugs) stems and stalks found in a batch of marijuana.
10. see tall timber n. (1)
[mid–late 19C] (US) any form of spirituous liquor.
[early 19C–1930s] a match-seller.
[late 19C] one-legged.
SE in slang uses
[mid–late 17C; mid-19C] a fool.
[mid-18C] the pillory.
see separate entries.
[mid-19C] go away! be off!