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029.01haunt of the hungred bordles, as it is told me. Shop Illicit,
029.01+house of the hundred bottles [380.15]
029.01+Conn of the Hundred Battles: legendary Irish high king
029.01+French bordel: brothel
029.01+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, Png: Shop...} | {JJA 44:132:, Shop...} (apparently corrupted in typescript at JJA 44:171)
029.01+illicit drink shop
029.02flourishing like a lordmajor or a buaboabaybohm, litting flop
029.02+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...lordmajor...} | {Png: ...lord-major...}
029.02+Lord-Mayor (of Dublin)
029.02+(Motif: stuttering) [126.12]
029.02+Baobab: African tree with a very thick trunk
029.02+German Baum: Dutch boom: tree
029.03a deadlop (aloose!) to lee but lifting a bennbranch a yardalong
029.03+Colloquial dollop: a lump, a quantity
029.03+the lee side and the weather side of a ship [.04]
029.03+Benjamin Lee Guinness: first Baronet Guinness, 19th century Irish brewer, politician and philanthropist (father of Arthur Edward and Edward Cecil)
029.03+Hebrew ben: son
029.03+a yard long
029.03+first Baron Ardilaun: Arthur Edward Guinness, 19th-20th century Irish politician and philanthropist (son of Benjamin Lee and brother of Edward Cecil)
029.04(ivoeh!) on the breezy side (for showm!), the height of Brew-
029.04+first Earl of Iveagh: Edward Cecil Guinness, 19th-20th century Irish businessman and philanthropist (son of Benjamin Lee and brother of Arthur Edward)
029.04+German i wo!: heavens no!, not a bit of it!
029.04+Latin evoe: shout of joy (of the Bacchantes)
029.04+for show
029.04+for shame!
029.04+Motif: Shem/Shaun
029.04+Dialect brewster: brewer
029.05ster's chimpney and as broad below as Phineas Barnum; humph-
029.05+Chimpden... Humphrey (Earwicker)
029.05+Phineas T. Barnum: American showman
029.05+humphing: uttering humph (expression of doubt or dissatisfaction)
029.06ing his share of the showthers is senken on him he's such a
029.06+show there
029.06+German senken: to submerge, to lower
029.07grandfallar, with a pocked wife in pickle that's a flyfire and three
029.07+grand fellow
029.07+Italian farfalla: butterfly (Cluster: Insects)
029.07+Slang pock: syphilis
029.07+phrase a pig in a poke
029.07+Slang in pickle: venereally infected
029.07+Smollett: Peregrine Pickle [028.35]
029.07+firefly (Cluster: Insects)
029.08lice nittle clinkers, two twilling bugs and one midgit pucelle.
029.08+lice (Cluster: Insects)
029.08+nice little
029.08+nits (Cluster: Insects)
029.08+Smollett: Humphrey Clinker [028.35]
029.08+*V* and *C*
029.08+Danish twilling: twin
029.08+Colloquial bugs: insects (Cluster: Insects)
029.08+midge: small gnat-like insect (Cluster: Insects)
029.08+Barnum exhibited midgets [.05]
029.08+French puce: flea (Cluster: Insects)
029.08+French pucelle: virgin
029.09And aither he cursed and recursed and was everseen doing what
029.09+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation aither: either
029.09+Greek aithêr: ether
029.09+Italian ricorso: recurring (Vico)
029.09+ever seen
029.09+phrase what the butler saw: euphemism for sex (especially in a voyeuristic context)
029.10your fourfootlers saw or he was never done seeing what you cool-
029.10+Slang footle: to talk or act foolishly
029.10+seen doing
029.10+stool pigeons
029.11pigeons know, weep the clouds aboon for smiledown witnesses,
029.11+Hebrews 12:1: 'compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses'
029.11+Dialect aboon: above
029.12and that'll do now about the fairyhees and the frailyshees.
029.12+Anglo-Irish shee: fairy (from Irish sídhe)
029.13Though Eset fibble it to the zephiroth and Artsa zoom it round
029.13+Hebrew eshet: wife of (form of Hebrew isha: woman, wife)
029.13+Aesop's Fables
029.13+Colloquial fib: a trivial lie
029.13+Zephyr: the west wind personified
029.13+Sephiroth: the ten emanations of Ain-Soph in kabbalistic lore
029.13+Hebrew artsa: to the earth (form of Hebrew erets: earth, country)
029.13+Latin astra: stars
029.13+World War I Slang zoom: fly an aeroplane sharply upward for a short distance at a great speed
029.14her heavens for ever. Creator he has created for his creatured
029.14+Cluster: Create (x4)
029.15ones a creation. White monothoid? Red theatrocrat? And all the
029.15+white dwarf, red giant: types of stars
029.15+White and Red political factions (especially during the Russian Civil War)
029.15+monotheist: a believer in one god
029.15+theocracy: priest-rule
029.16pinkprophets cohalething? Very much so! But however 'twas
029.16+(red + white = pink) [.15]
029.16+Hebrew qoheleth: Ecclesiastes (literally 'preacher', perhaps)
029.17'tis sure for one thing, what sherif Toragh voucherfors and
029.17+Hebrew saraph: poisonous snake; angel, seraph
029.17+Hebrew Torah: law; Pentateuch
029.17+vouches for
029.18Mapqiq makes put out, that the man, Humme the Cheapner,
029.18+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Mapqiq...} | {Png: ...mapqiq...}
029.18+Hebrew mappiq: a dot in the letter 'heh'
029.18+Motif: P/Q
029.18+Hebrew hamma: sun
029.18+HCE (Motif: HCE)
029.19Esc, overseen as we thought him, yet a worthy of the naym,
029.19+Esq.: the common abbreviation of Esquire
029.19+Slang overseen: somewhat drunk
029.19+(worthy of heaven)
029.19+Arabic nayim: asleep
029.19+Hebrew nayim: pleasant
029.19+Hebrew mayim: water
029.20came at this timecoloured place where we live in our paroqial
029.20+Motif: time/space
029.20+parochial: belonging to a parish; provincial
029.20+Hebrew raqia: firmament
029.21fermament one tide on another, with a bumrush in a hull of a
029.21+one time
029.21+proverb Time and tide wait for no man
029.21+Slang get the bum's rush: be forcibly turned out
029.21+Ulster Pronunciation hull: hell
029.21+phrase hell of a hurry
029.22wherry, the twin turbane dhow, The Bey for Dybbling, this
029.22+wherry: a shallow boat
029.22+dhow: a native vessel used in the Arabian Sea
029.22+bey: Turkish governor
029.22+Dublin Bay
029.23archipelago's first visiting schooner, with a wicklowpattern
029.23+County Wicklow
029.23+willow pattern: a pattern of blue-white English crockery, depicting willow-trees as a prominent feature
029.24waxenwench at her prow for a figurehead, the deadsea dugong
029.24+Obsolete waxen: grown up
029.24+Dialect wench: young woman; maidservant
029.24+Dead Sea, Palestine (where Hebrew was spoken)
029.24+dugong: a marine mammal, perhaps responsible for mermaid stories
029.25updipdripping from his depths, and has been repreaching him-
029.26self like a fishmummer these siktyten years ever since, his shebi
029.26+French soixante-dix: seventy (literally 'sixty-ten')
029.26+Sheba (i.e. wife)
029.26+Turkish shebih: likeness
029.26+Hebrew shevi: captivity
029.26+Hebrew sheva: seven
029.27by his shide, adi and aid, growing hoarish under his turban and
029.27+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation shide: side
029.27+Turkish adi: ordinary
029.27+Hebrew adi: ornament
029.27+Hebrew adey ad: for evermore
029.27+Adam and Eve
029.27+VI.B.1.008i (r): 'grow old under turban'
029.27+Horus: Egyptian god [.28]
029.28changing cane sugar into sethulose starch (Tuttut's cess to him!)
029.28+VI.B.1.017a (r): 'plants turn sugar into starch & cellulose' (only first five words crayoned)
029.28+Haldane: Daedalus or Science and the Future 37: 'the average plant turns most of its sugar not into starch which is digestible, but into cellulose which is not, but forms its woody skeleton'
029.28+Cain and Seth (Genesis 4:25: 'And Adam knew his wife again; and she bare a son, and called his name Seth: For God, said she, hath appointed me another seed instead of Abel, whom Cain slew')
029.28+Set: Egyptian god [.27]
029.28+tut-tut (expressing disapproval, disdain or impatience)
029.28+Tut's curse (i.e Tut-ankh-amen's curse; a grain Osiris (mud molded into human form and sown with seed to grow within the tomb) was found in Tut-ankh-amen's tomb)
029.28+Italian tutto cessa: everything ends, everything comes to an end
029.28+Italian Colloquial phrase tutto un cesso: a real dump, a complete mess (literally 'all a latrine')
029.29as also that, batin the bulkihood he bloats about when innebbi-
029.29+Turkish batin: Hebrew beten: belly, abdomen
029.29+Scottish bating: with the exception of
029.29+Italian annebbiato: clouded, foggy
029.30ated, our old offender was humile, commune and ensectuous
029.30+old offender [356.13]
029.30+HCE (Motif: HCE)
029.30+Latin humilis: lowly
029.30+insect (Cluster: Insects)
029.31from his nature, which you may gauge after the bynames was
029.31+byname: nickname, cognomen, surname (especially one given in ridicule)
029.32put under him, in lashons of languages, (honnein suit and
029.32+Hebrew lashon: tongue, speech, language
029.32+Anglo-Irish lashings: plenty
029.32+Motto of the Garter: Honi soit qui mal y pense: Evil Be (to Him) Who Evil Thinks of This
029.32+Hebrew khanneni: pity me
029.33praisers be!) and, totalisating him, even hamissim of himashim
029.33+Hebrew khamishim: fifty
029.33+Hebrew khamisha khumshey: five fifths, i.e. Pentateuch
029.34that he, sober serious, he is ee and no counter he who will be
029.34+VI.B.14.229l (o): 'sober serious'
029.34+Evans: My People, Stories of the Peasantry of West Wales 25: 'A Heifer Without Blemish': 'What nonsense you talk out of the back of your head! Sober serious, mouth not that you have thrown gravel at Sara Jane's window!'
029.34+he is he and no other he
029.34+the most famous of Pigott's forged Parnell letters begins: 'Dear E—... Let there be an end of this hesitency'
029.35ultimendly respunchable for the hubbub caused in Eden-
029.35+ultimately responsible
029.35+Latin timendum: to be feared
029.35+HCE (Motif: HCE)
029.35+Hebrew khibbubh: fondness
029.35+Garden of Eden
029.35+Eden and Burgh Quays, Dublin, face one another across the Liffey river

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