Entries Tagged “Medieval”

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1. Euouae

A type of cadence in medieval music, but better known for being the English language's longest word composed only of vowels. See also Medieval.

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2. Groom of the King's Close Stool

A trusted man whose job it was to wipe the king's bottom. See also Bathroom, Medieval, Scatological.

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3. Derring-Do

Another form of daring, especially of the heroic or archaic sort. See also Medieval.

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4. Ensorcell

To enchant or fascinate. See also Medieval.

Added by cmbd on April 22, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Instruments

5. Trumpets Festooned With Flags

Almost always played for the king gnawing on a giant turkey leg. See also Medieval, Royalty, Wealth.

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6. Slubberdegullion

A medieval insult meaning a mean, dirty wretch. See also Medieval.

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Funny Foods

7. Pullet Broth with Prunes

See also Medieval.

Added by a Guest on March 5, 2008| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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8. Crustade

An egg and chicken pie topped with whole chicken parts. See also Medieval.

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9. Cock-a-Leekie

It's a traditional Scottish soup, made with chicken and leeks, OK? See also Medieval.

Added by a Guest on March 1, 2008| 2 Comments | You Like This |