Today's word in the Dr. Johnson's Dictionary blog is jobbernowl:
"JOBBERNO’WL. n.s. [most probably from jobbe, Flemish, dull,
and nowl, [p]nowl, Saxon, a head.] Loggerhead; blockhead.
And like the world, men’s jobbernowls
Turn round upon their ears, the poles. Hudibras, p. iii."
I am determined to use this in conversation today.