Here are some more gems from Dr. Johnson’s Dictionary, 1755.
Dandiprat – A little fellow, an urchin. A word used sometimes in fondness, sometimes in contempt.
Debullition – A bubbling or seething over.
Deglutition – The act or power of swallowing.
Deuterogamy – A second marriage.
Dewbesprent – Sprinkled with dew.
Discalceation – The act of pulling off the shoes.
Elumbated – Weakened in the loins.
Eyeservant – A servant that works only while watched.
Fancymonger – One who deals in tricks of the imagination.
Finglefangle – A trifle.
Fopdoodle – A fool, an insignificant wretch.
Glabrity – Smoothness, baldness.
Gynecocrasay – Petticoat government, female power.
Habnab – At random, at the mercy of chance; without any rule or certainty of effect.
Hemicrany – A pain that affects only one part of the brain at a time.
High-viced – Enormously wicked.
Holderforth – A haranguer; one who speaks in public.
Illachrytmable – Incapable of weeping.
Jackalent – A simple sheepish fellow.
Jigguymbob – A trinket, a knick-knack, a slight contrivance in machinery.
Lachrymatory – A vessel in which tears are gathered to honour the dead.
Lasslord – Forsaken by his mistress.
And, finally for today:
Liplabour – Action of the lips without concurrence of the mind.