These are specific words and phrases related to the stories and folklore of the island.
- a floating tea leaf which indicated the drinker would soon have a fiancée
- a piece of coal that leaps out of the fire, an indicator of good luck
- serrated wrack. The pods were gathered in late May/early June, slit and the resulting juice mixed and bottle with rum. This was believed to relieve rheumatism when rubbed on affected areas.
- Butchers Broom. A piece of Butchers Broom carried on the person would prevent witches casting spells on them.
- Le Petite St. Michel
- the period between 7th-10th October. If an easterly wind predominated at this time, it was believed the wind will come from the same direction for three quarters of the year.
- Mourants l'âne des
- an "apparition" seen in St Andrews
- "Our Insular Dialect"