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023.01framed panuncular cumbottes like a rudd yellan gruebleen or-
023.01+The Peninsular War
023.01+Latin panuncula: thread wound on a bobbin
023.01+combats
023.01+gumboots (i.e. Wellingtons)
023.01+French bottes: boots
023.01+Motif: 7 colours of rainbow [.01-.02] (as opposed to whiteness [021.16] [022.04] [022.28])
023.01+ruddy
023.01+rude yelling
023.01+blue-green (spoonerism)
023.01+Orangeman: a member of the secret Association of Orangemen, a society for the maintenance of Protestant ascendancy in Ireland
023.02angeman in his violet indigonation, to the whole longth of the
023.02+indignation
023.02+length
023.03strongth of his bowman's bill. And he clopped his rude hand to
023.03+Strongbow: leader of the Anglo-Normans who invaded Ireland in the 12th century
023.03+strength
023.03+right
023.03+Red Hand of Ulster
023.04his eacy hitch and he ordurd and his thick spch spck for her to
023.04+ECH (Motif: HCE)
023.04+easy
023.04+Norwegian ord: word
023.04+ordure: excrement, dung, filth
023.04+ordered
023.04+speech spoke
023.05shut up shop, dappy. And the duppy shot the shutter clup (Per-
023.05+[161.24]
023.05+Archaic dup: to open
023.05+Dialect duppy: ghost
023.05+dummy
023.05+song Polly Put the Kettle On [.07] [161.23]
023.05+clap
023.05+Motif: 100-letter thunderword [.05-.07]
023.05+Lettish perkons: thunder
023.06kodhuskurunbarggruauyagokgorlayorgromgremmitghundhurth-
023.06+Breton kurun: thunder
023.06+Persian barg: thunder
023.06+Lithuanian griauja: it thunders
023.06+Turkish gök gürlüyor: thundering sky
023.06+Russian grom gremit: thunder thunders
023.06+Malay guntur: thunder
023.07rumathunaradidillifaititillibumullunukkunun!) And they all drank
023.07+Icelandic thruma: thunder
023.07+Rumanian thuna: thunder
023.07+Kiswahili radi: thunder
023.07+Lithuanian Dialect dundulis: thunder (Samogitian dialect)
023.07+Samoan faititily: thunder
023.07+Albanian bumulloj: thunder
023.07+Finnish ukkonen: thunder
023.07+stock ending of Irish fairy tales: 'They put on the kettle and they all had tea' [.05]
023.08free. For one man in his armour was a fat match always for any
023.08+James Joyce: Ulysses.15.4402: 'Doctor Swift says one man in armour will beat ten men in their shirts' (referring to Swift: Drapier's Letters: 'eleven men well armed will certainly subdue one single man in his shirt')
023.08+Slang in armour: pot valiant, courageous through liquor
023.08+Slang in armour: using a condom
023.08+fair match
023.09girls under shurts. And that was the first peace of illiterative
023.09+girls' undershirts
023.09+sheets
023.09+German Schürze: apron
023.09+skirts
023.09+first piece of alliterative poetry [.10] [509.35]
023.09+porterpease (Motif: Why do I am alook alike a poss of porterpease?)
023.09+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...illiterative...} | {Png: ...illiteratise...}
023.09+illiterate
023.10porthery in all the flamend floody flatuous world. How kirssy the
023.10+Welsh porthor: doorkeeper, porter
023.10+Motif: alliteration (fl) [.09]
023.10+flaming
023.10+Motif: 4 elements (fire, water, air, earth)
023.10+how Motif: Kersse the tailor made a suit of clothes for Motif: the Norwegian captain [311.05-331.36]
023.11tiler made a sweet unclose to the Narwhealian captol. Saw fore
023.11+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...tiler...} | {Png: ...titler...}
023.11+tiler: in freemasonry, a doorkeeper who keeps the unintiated out
023.11+Archaic unclose: not closed; to open
023.11+narwhal: a type of whale with a spirally-twisted straight horn
023.11+so far
023.11+Parnell (about limiting a nation): 'No man has a right to say "Thus far shalt thou go, and no farther"' (from an 1885 Cork speech)
023.12shalt thou sea. Betoun ye and be. The prankquean was to hold
023.12+Job 38:8-11: 'Or who shut up the sea with doors... And said, Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further: and here shall thy proud waves be stayed?'
023.12+Anglo-Irish betune: between
023.12+Genesis 9:12: 'the covenant which I make between me and you'
023.13her dummyship and the jimminies was to keep the peacewave
023.13+(pirate ship)
023.13+('jimminy' spelled twice with two m's [021.36])
023.13+phrase keep the peace: maintain public order
023.14and van Hoother was to git the wind up. Thus the hearsomeness
023.14+('von' changes back to 'van' (Motif: A/O) [021.34])
023.14+Slang get the wind up: become alarmed or anxious [008.34] [009.09]
023.14+(fart)
023.14+hearsay
023.14+German gehorsam: obedient
023.14+Latin Obedientia Civium Urbis Felicitas: Citizens' Obedience is City's Happiness (Motif: Obedientia Civium Urbis Felicitas (Dublin motto))
023.15of the burger felicitates the whole of the polis.
023.15+Dutch burger: German Bürger: citizen, burgher
023.15+(he is the joke of the entire town)
023.15+Greek polis: city, state
023.16     O foenix culprit! Ex nickylow malo comes mickelmassed bo-
023.16+{{Synopsis: I.1.2B.B: [023.16-024.02]: he, the silent mountain — she, the babbling stream}}
023.16+Motif: O felix culpa! (Exsultet) (Holy Saturday (Easter eve) Catholic hymn, sung upon lighting the Paschal candle, beginning with Latin 'Exsultet': 'Exult', and including the phrase Latin 'O felix culpa, quæ talem ac tantum meruit habere Redemptorem!': 'O happy fault, that merited such and so great a Redeemer!'; the 'O felix culpa!' notion is possibly based on Saint Augustine's idea that without Adam's sin the redeemer would not have been born; also, without Lucifer's sin Adam would not have been created)
023.16+foe
023.16+phoenix (a symbol used by Michelet to explain Vico's theory)
023.16+Phoenix Park
023.16+(The Invincibles: a radical group responsible for the Phoenix Park Murders on May 1882)
023.16+VI.B.25.017a (r): 'culprit'
023.16+Latin ex nihilo nihil fit: out of nothing comes nothing (Persius: Satires 1.84: 'De nihilo nihilum': 'Nothing can come out of nothing')
023.16+Latin ex malo bonum fit: out of evil comes good
023.16+Czech nicky: nulls, zeros
023.16+Motif: Mick/Nick
023.16+low
023.16+Russian malo: a little, few
023.16+Latin malum: apple (Eve's)
023.16+Dialect mickle: much
023.16+Michaelmass
023.16+amassed
023.17num. Hill, rill, ones in company, billeted, less be proud of. Breast
023.17+hill (*E*) and rill (*A*)
023.17+Motif: 111
023.17+Sons and Company, Limited
023.18high and bestride! Only for that these will not breathe upon
023.18+(good riddance)
023.18+(they won't tell the secret of their source)
023.19Norronesen or Irenean the secrest of their soorcelossness. Quar-
023.19+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Norronesen...} | {Png: ...Norrônesen...}
023.19+(Norse or Irish born)
023.19+Irena: Edmund Spenser's name for Ireland
023.19+eirenic: of peace
023.19+secret
023.19+(source of Nile [.20])
023.19+[.19-.21] [089.27] [202.19-.21]
023.19+Latin quare siles: why are you silent?
023.20ry silex, Homfrie Noanswa! Undy gentian festyknees, Livia No-
023.20+Latin silex: flint
023.20+Humphrey and Livia (*E* and *A*)
023.20+Victoria Nyanza and Albert Nyanza: two of the major reservoirs of the Nile river ('Nyanza' is Bantu for 'Lake')
023.20+no answer
023.20+Irish ní h-annsa: not hard (formula for answering riddles)
023.20+Latin unde gentium festines?: where the dickens are you hurrying from?
023.20+Gentia, Festy King [085.23] [092.25] [094.29]
023.20+(blue waves)
023.21answa? Wolkencap is on him, frowned; audiurient, he would
023.21+Dutch wolkenkap: cloud cap (the Hill of Howth is often cloud-capped)
023.21+woollen cap
023.21+crowned
023.21+Latin audi urio: I long to hear, I desire to hear
023.21+Vulgate Psalms 113:6: 'Aures habent et non audient' (Latin 'They have ears, but they hear not') [.23] [.25]
023.22evesdrip, were it mous at hand, were it dinn of bottles in the far
023.22+Eve
023.22+eavesdrop
023.22+(house's eaves drip water)
023.22+mouse
023.22+close at hand
023.22+din of battles
023.22+djinn in bottle
023.22+far east
023.23ear. Murk, his vales are darkling. With lipth she lithpeth to him
023.23+Vulgate Psalms 113:5: 'Oculos habent et non videbunt' (Latin 'They have eyes, but they see not') [.21] [.25]
023.23+mark!
023.23+King Mark
023.23+lips
023.23+lisps
023.24all to time of thuch on thuch and thow on thow. She he she ho
023.24+all the time
023.24+such and such, so and so (Motif: So and so)
023.25she ha to la. Hairfluke, if he could bad twig her! Impalpabunt,
023.25+had to laugh [583.26] [617.16-.17]
023.25+(he tries to grab her hair which he hopes to catch by a fluke)
023.25+German Herr: Mr, gentleman
023.25+German verflucht!: accursed, damn (expletive)
023.25+but
023.25+Anglo-Irish twig: understand
023.25+(beat with a twig)
023.25+impalpable
023.25+Vulgate Psalms 113:7: 'Manus habent et non palpabunt' (Latin 'They have hands, but they handle not') [.21] [.23]
023.26he abhears. The soundwaves are his buffeteers; they trompe him
023.26+abhors
023.26+German abhören: to listen to, to listen in on, to hear recitation
023.26+Archaic abear: to tolerate
023.26+adheres
023.26+appears
023.26+unhears
023.26+The Four Waves of Ireland: four points on Irish coast (the Waves of Rory, Tuath, Cleena and Scéina) [.26-.29] [254.02]
023.26+(pounding against the promontory of his head)
023.26+Tromp: family name of famous Dutch admirals
023.26+French tromper: deceive
023.26+trump (at cards)
023.26+trumpet
023.27with their trompes; the wave of roary and the wave of hooshed
023.27+French trompe: elephant's trunk
023.27+who said
023.28and the wave of hawhawhawrd and the wave of neverheedthem-
023.28+(Motif: stuttering)
023.28+never heed them
023.29horseluggarsandlistletomine. Landloughed by his neaghboormis-
023.29+and listen to me
023.29+landlocked
023.29+Anglo-Irish Lochlann: Scandinavian, Viking
023.29+round towers are supposed to lie beneath Lough Neagh, appearing on certain days
023.29+neighbours
023.29+mistress
023.30tress and perpetrified in his offsprung, sabes and suckers, the
023.30+perpetuated in his offspring
023.30+petrifying properties attributed to the waters of Lough Neagh
023.30+Psalms 8:2: 'babes and sucklings'
023.30+phrase Ireland, isle of saints and sages
023.31moaning pipers could tell him to his faceback, the louthly one
023.31+morning papers
023.31+face, back
023.31+County Louth
023.32whose loab we are devorers of, how butt for his hold halibutt, or
023.32+loaf
023.32+German Lob: praise
023.32+German Leib: body
023.32+German Laib: loaf
023.32+devourers
023.32+(Motif: O felix culpa! (Exsultet)) [023.32-024.02] [.16]
023.32+but
023.32+German hold: handsome
023.32+old
023.32+holy
023.32+halibut
023.32+butt
023.33her to her pudor puff, the lipalip one whose libe we drink at, how
023.33+Latin pudor: shame
023.33+German Puder: powder
023.33+German Slang pudern: to have sex with
023.33+German Slang Puff: brothel
023.33+Latin Liber: wine (personified)
023.33+life
023.33+German Leib: body
023.34biff for her tiddywink of a windfall, our breed and washer givers,
023.34+Slang biffy: drunk
023.34+but for
023.34+Rhyming Slang tiddlywink: a drink
023.34+Slang tiddlywinks: knick-knacks of food
023.34+VI.B.10.011e (o): 'windfalls (apples)'
023.34+Irish Times 30 Oct 1922, 2/5: 'There has been a wonderful crop of apples this year... those that have fallen off in the late storms. "Windfalls," when gathered fresh, may be used in making tarts or puddings'
023.34+windfall: fallen fruit; unexpected fortune
023.34+bread and water
023.35there would not be a holey spier on the town nor a vestal flout-
023.35+holy spire
023.35+(spying through holes, i.e. voyeur)
023.35+(city and river)
023.35+Slang vestal: prostitute
023.35+Vestal virgins
023.35+vessel floating
023.36ing in the dock, nay to make plein avowels, nor a yew nor an eye
023.36+French Slang plein: drunk
023.36+French à plein voiles: in full sail
023.36+Motif: 5 vowels: U, I, A, O [023.36-024.01] (E may be 'noddy' (not E) [024.02] or 'He' [024.03] or missing)
023.36+you, I
023.36+(debt (I.O.U.))


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