(UK Und.) to lend (money); cit. 1903 refers to a pawnbroker.
|Dict. Canting Crew.|
|Conduct of Receivers and Thief-Takers n.p.: come down The Cull comes down alias the Man puts his Hand in his Pocket.|
|New Canting Dict.|
|, , ,||Universal Etym. Eng. Dict.|
|Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.|
|Bulletin (Sydney) 9 July 21/4: The frames were gold, so I said they were orlright. ‘Take them,’ she said, and I did – straight down to old Ikey’s; and he came 7s. for them.|
to lend money.
|Dict. of the Turf, the Ring, the Chase, etc.|