A few words from the 18th century to entertain and amuse.
Noodle- A silly, naive person. The next time you call a person a noodle I guarantee you will get a very strange look.
Nicknackery- A petty contrivance or trick. I like this word. It's fun to say and I bet no one will know what you mean.
Cripple- A swamp. OK then....Definitions have really changed over the years.
Crowdy- A thick oatmeal. This sure does NOT sound appetizing and I think children would cringe upon hearing they were having crowdy for breakfast.
Slur- To conceal. I can kind of see this one.
Valetudinary- Sickly or weak. Boy if you use this one you will sound quite well educated.
Go forth and have fun and dazzle your friends.
P.S. The phrase "tickle your fancy" came from England from around the 1750's.