1. Meaning to fill or stuff, a botanical term meaning full as opposed to hollow; used more colloquially to mean completely satiated or full to the point of bursting
2. A dogmatic person who is especially fond of hisher own opinions
3. An adjective used to describe a rude, boorish, or miserly person, it takes its origins from a 9thcentury English title given to a freeman of the lowest rank
4. A sudden, passing shudder of emotion or excitement, this word originates from a Latin term meaning to shiver; related to the word “friction”
5. A term given to the sensation caused by being tickled