Here's what I've got this week from Dancers in Mourning by Margery Allingham:
Bandarloggy: "monkey people" from a term used in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book to describe monkeys.
Context (p. 72):
"We've landed ourselves among a funny crowd, my boy, haven't we? A damned curious bandarloggy lot. Nothin' like Cambridge."
Campion relinquished his own thoughts regretfully. "Bandarloggy?"
"Indian," explained Uncle William. "Means the 'monkey people.' Got it out of the Jungle Books."