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Hum Drum (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Hum Drum

A hum drum fellow; a dull tedious narrator, a bore; also a set of gentlemen, who (Bailey says) used to meet near the Charter House, or at the King’s Head in St. John’s-street, who had more of pleasantry, and less of mystery, than the free masons.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Hum Cap * Hum Durgeon

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Nathan Bailey's 1736 Dictionary of canting and thieving slang

John S. Farmer's collection of canting songs and slang rhymes

To Huff
Hug
Hugger Mugger
Hugotontheonbiquiffinarians
Hulky
Hulver-headed
To Hum
Hums
Hum Box
Hum Cap
Hum Drum
Hum Durgeon
Humbugs
Hummer
Humming Liquor
Hummums
Humstrum
Hump
Humpty Dumpty
To Hunch
Hunch-backed