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  • Ooh! cheatlaw is a cutthroat, as are lackwit, puzzle-wit, shatter-wit, wantwit, and our own (well, qms') fictional adventurer, Ernest Bafflewit: https://wordnik.com/lists/ernest-bafflewit--1 This bodes well, Thanks slumry and ruzuzu for not forcing me to wait post-commute for this knowledge.

    August 13, 2015

  • From an 1891 book called Slang and its Analogues Past and Present, v2, compiled by J.S. Farmer: "chisel, chizzle, or chuzzle verb (common): To cheat... Current during the first half of thee present century, it seems to have appeared in literature about 1840."

    If Dickens intended this slang sense of chisel/chizzle/chuzzle, that would make the character a cheatwit. Is it an active or passive sense of cheat? More research required.

    August 13, 2015

  • Also, chwas.

    August 13, 2015

  • I didn't see anything in my compact version of the OED (though, granted, it's hard to see anything in there without a magnifying glass). I did find chwine and chwot, though--so that was fun.

    August 13, 2015

  • Martin Chuzzlewit is the eponymous protagonist of a Dickens' novel. Is Chuzzlewit a cutthroat? Seems like it. What does chuzzle mean? It looks like a frequentative verb, like guzzle comes from gust (to taste, savor). 

    Chuzzle is now a match 3 online game, so it's harder to search for academic answers.


    Chuzzle -> choose? Martin Choosewit? Did Dickens make up chuzzle, or will I find it in the OED tonight?

    August 13, 2015