I was reading the Tao of Pooh, when I stumbled on this quote from the original Winnie the Pooh:
"Can they fly?" asked Roo.
"Yes," said Tigger, "they're very good flyers, Tiggers are, Stornry flyers."
What is the meaning of the word "Stornry?" I can guess from the context that it means very good, or excellent, but is it simply a word Tigger is making up on the spot here? I know Winnie the Pooh is known to use verbiage that is usually not considered within the age range of its target audience, is this another example of that?