Words of the day ;-))
tri·mer ( P ) Pronunciation Key (trmr)n.
A molecule formed by combining three identical smaller molecules.
[tri- + (poly)mer.]
Source: Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary, © 2002
sord ( P ) Pronunciation Key (sôrd)n.
A flight of mallards. See Synonyms at flock1.
[Middle English sorde, from sorden, to rise up in flight, from Old French sordre, from Latin surgere, to rise. See surge.] Omg, the original "three ducks on the wall" of Aussie kitsch? lol
OK, I can accept :
toft = (chiefly British) a homestead, hillock;
burlers = knots, lumps or slubs in yarn or cloth, or on a tree;
soke = in early English law, the right of local jurisdiction, or the area over which this prevailed;
but reis tripped dictionary.com out to real; i.e. someone has used a literati cheat? *grrr*