[late 18C–early 19C] a signpost, esp. a finger-post.
[late 19C] married.
[mid-18C–early 19C] anyone who stops the communal glass circulating by talking before passing it on.
see Mr Prunella under Mr n.
[late 18C–early 19C] a place that is ‘never so full but there is still room for more’ (Grose, 1788).
1. [1900s] (US) a bullock’s head as used in cooking.
2. see minister’s face n.
[late 17C–early 19C] marriage.
[mid-19C+] the rump of a chicken, duck, goose or other poultry; usu. in Catholic use (cf. bishop’s nose n.).
[late 18C+] Monday to Saturday, esp. a holiday that lasts from Monday to Saturday.
[1920s+] (Aus.) gin, esp. Vicker’s Gin.
[mid-19C] a rude, vulgar country clergyman.