Pocket Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue
Originally published in 1785, the Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue was one of the first lexicons of English slang, compiled by a militia captain who collected the terms he overheard on his late-night excursions to London's slums, dockyards, and taverns. Now the legacy lives on in this colorful pocket dictionary.
Discover long lost antique slang and curse words and learn how to incorporate them into modern conversation. (See: Catch-fart).