Lexicon N-O-P

N

Nackneed.  Having knock-knees.
Neetly.  Nightly
Nob.  Head
Nowt.  Nothing.  Derived from Old English, nowse.
Nuik.  Nook, usually referring to a corner by a chimney

O

Oney.  Only.
Ower.  Over.  Derived from Old English, ofer. (ref: NED/BG)

Porple.  Purple.  (phonetic spelling).
Painches Waggin’.  Incessant or difficult labour.
Pat.  Fit, proper
Putten.  Putting, i.e. the act of moving coal from the face to the shaft (bank)