Lexicon N-O-P

WORDCLASSMEANINGETYMOLOGYREF
nackneedknock kneed
nappyn, adjfine ale or a being little intoxicated by itSax: nappe – a drinking bowlNCW
neetlynightly
nitheredfrozenposs OE: nioerian – to bring downNED
nivvornever
nobnhead
nowtnothingOE: nowse
NucasselpnNewcastle
nuik nook, usually referring to a corner by a chimney
oneyonly
oweroverOE: oferNED
painches wagginincessant or difficult labour
pantnpublic water fountain
patfit, proper
peedee/P.D.nboy on board a keel boat. Anything diminutive such as a small playing marble.prob Fr: petite – smallEDD
pigeon-ducketnpigeon cote
pinnynapron
plenkernglass marble
plodgevbpaddle in the waterDut: ploegen
porplepurplephonetic
proggeln, vba prickle; to prick
PrudahpnPrudoe
putten/puttinPutting, i.e. the act of moving coal from the face to the shaft (bank)