E.g. tulip, daffodil.
Sea loch in Lochaber, western Scotland, that opens into Loch Linnhe near Fort William.
A product of dream-like imagination; a type of fiction telling of imaginary worlds, especially associated with J.R.R. Tolkien.
Harold Larwood, Nottinghamshire cricketer (1924-1938) whose role in the MCC’s controversial ‘bodyline’ tour of Australia in 1932–33 hastened the end of his international career.
British English for ‘moose’
(Alces alces), but US English for ‘wapiti’ (Cervus canadensis).
Amaze, render briefly unconscious.
Thwart, bewilder or perplex.
County town and racecourse in south-central Scotland, site of the first aviation meeting to be held in Scotland (1910).
E.g. Jack’s, but not Jill’s.
River in Cumbria, flowing from Ullswater in the Lake District into the River Eden just south of Penrith.
‘The Luck of Barry Lyndon’ (1844), novel by William Makepeace Thackeray, adapted for the cinema by Stanley Kubrick in 1975.
Everybody or everything.