person who scavenges in lake or harbor mud for components of price, especially in London during the Industrial Revolution. Also relates to you scavenging sewers. A person that begs near a river. (unusual) A sewer cleaner. (uncommon)
A child just who spends a majority of their time in the streets particularly in slum places. A young child just who plays inside dirt. Any dirty or unkempt individual.
Nickname for a soldier for the Royal Engineers.
Assorted wild birds which are present in dirty locations or build their nests with mud. Particularly Anthus petrosus and Alauda arvensis.
The Grallina cyanoleuca that develops its nest with mud into a bowl like form.
A racing horse that performs really on dirty or damp paths.