Friend, Comrade (the German cry for quarter)
A tall feather, an impossible thing; emu plumes of the Aust. Light Horse.
To come a Karensky See "Gutzer."
Insincere flattery, bluff, joking.
KING O' THE NITS.
Nickname for Diamond in the game of "Crown & Anchor."
The short flat piece of wood on which the pennies are placed in "two-up" preparatory to tossing.
Lean-to, shelter, house, dugout.
A Military Policeman or anyone who is very particular to keep his boots and the leather portions of his equipment brightly polished. So called because the most popular brand of leather polish was "Kiwi."
To be exhausted, to give in.
KNOCK ONES CAN IN.
To surprise, to completely disconcert, to confound.
Important person, swanker.
To put "the kybosh" on to anything is to put a stop to or frustrate an attempted action.