- Plashed – I could only find a noun, but here is a verb. Perhaps something to do with a puddle or getting wet in some way?
- Uncribbed – the highest part of a hill or mountain range
- Clipsing – type of dance
- Concretions – formation of whole from parts; a unification
- Eastings – distance traveled easterly (seems obvious now!)
- Conterminous – next to and sharing a common boundary; meetings that blend together time-wise
- Dolorifuge – anything that drives pain away (Sp. Verb: Dolor – to hurt)
- Threnetic – sorrowful or mournful; pertaining to a threne (i.e. a dirge)
- Manumitted – to free somebody from slavery
- Linhay (some type of building) – usually English: a shed with a lean-to roof and one or more open sides
- Barton (linked with dairy/farm) – Old English for farmyard. Good to know as quite a lot of small towns and villages where I grew up had “Barton” in the name… Now I know why!
- Troche – a small medicated lozenge designed to dissolve in mouth
- Colling – type of dance
All from Thomas Hardy’s “Tess of the D’Urbervilles.”