The Nat That Walks By Herself (evilstorm) wrote in linguaphiles, 2014-04-30 19:43:00 The Nat That Walks By Herself evilstorm linguaphiles 2014-04-30 19:43:00 Previous Share Next "Topping it the nob/knob"--Aubreyism or historical phrase? Thanks in advance. Post a new comment Error Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post Anonymously switch LiveJournal Facebook Twitter OpenId Google MailRu VKontakte Anonymously default userpic Insert Bold Insert Italic Insert Underline Insert Strikethrough Insert Link Insert LJ User Insert Photo Insert Media Your reply will be screened Your IP address will be recorded Post a new comment Preview comment Help 2 comments lilacsigil April 30 2014, 11:59:49 UTC 2 years ago Collapse Expand New comment I don't know myself, but The Gunroom is a site dedicated to research and detailing all such things. If they don't have it listed, they'll be able to tell you. Reply New comment dorsetgirl April 30 2014, 15:19:10 UTC 2 years ago Collapse Expand New comment I've never read Aubrey (couldn't get into it at all), but I have read Hornblower, Sharpe, Bolitho, Ramage and Delancey and the phrase doesn't ring any bells with me at all. I can't even guess at a meaning. Reply New comment Post a new comment 2 comments biascut wrote in linguaphiles: ←(No Subject) orthent wrote in linguaphiles: →Help with pronouncing Toic (or Toich)?