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037.01postpuberal hypertituitary type of Heidelberg mannleich cavern
037.01+postpubertal
037.01+(large tits)
037.01+an excess of a pituitary hormone causes gigantism
037.01+HCE (Motif: HCE)
037.01+VI.B.1.173e (r): 'Heidelbergman'
037.01+Heidelberg Man: a type of prehistoric man identified by a jaw found near Heidelberg in 1907
037.01+German männlich: masculine
037.01+German Leiche: corpse
037.01+caveman
037.02ethics) lufted his slopingforward, bad Sweatagore good mur-
037.02+VI.B.32.145c-.146a (r): 'hat = sloping forward I luft my sloper forward to mr Ally on the hills' (last six words not crayoned)
037.02+Paget: Babel 85: (of the connection between sound, tongue-gesture and meaning) 'Ă as in hat (written phonetically Æ) would represent a sloping forward'
037.02+German Luft: air
037.02+lifted
037.02+bade
037.02+Slang Sweatipore: India
037.02+Svyatogor: a giant in Russian folklore (literally 'holy mount', but etymologically related to Saint George)
037.02+Rabindranath Tagore: world-famous Indian poet and novelist
037.02+Diarmaid MacMurrough: king of Leinster who invited the Normans to Ireland and who abducted Dervorgilla, the wife of Tiernan O'Rourke
037.02+morrow
037.03rough and dublnotch on to it as he was greedly obliged, and
037.03+Dublin
037.03+Serbo-Croatian dobro noc: good night
037.03+greatly
037.04like a sensible ham, with infinite tact in the delicate situation seen
037.04+Ham: son of Noah [.35]
037.04+seeing
037.05the touchy nature of its perilous theme, thanked um for guilders
037.05+him
037.05+(money)
037.05+guilt
037.06received and time of day (not a little token abock all the same that
037.06+taken aback
037.06+French bock: glass of beer
037.06+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...all the...} | {Png: ...allthe...}
037.07that was owl the God's clock it was) and, upon humble duty to
037.07+all
037.08greet his Tyskminister and he shall gildthegap Gaper and thee his
037.08+Danish tysk: German
037.08+taskmaster [036.27]
037.08+Motif: Gaping Gill [036.35]
037.08+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: 'his' on .08} | {Png: 'his' on .09}
037.09a mouldy voids, went about his business, whoever it was, saluting
037.09+Psalms 68:33: 'lo, he doth send out his voice, and that a mighty voice'
037.09+Anglo-Irish Slang mouldy: drunk
037.09+whatever
037.09+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: 'saluting' on .09} | {Png: 'saluting' on .10}
037.09+Latin salute corporis: bodily health, physical health
037.10corpses, as a metter of corse (one could hound him out had one
037.10+matter of course
037.10+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: 'had one' on .10} | {Png: 'had one' on .11}
037.11hart to for the monticules of scalp and dandruff droppings blaze
037.11+heart
037.11+monticule: a small hill, mountain or mound (especially one produced by volcanic eruption)
037.11+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: 'droppings blaze' on .11} | {Png: 'drop-' on .11, 'pings blaze' on .12}
037.12his trail) accompanied by his trusty snorler and his permanent
037.12+snarler (dog)
037.12+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: 'permanent' on .12} | {Png: 'permanent' on .13}
037.13reflection, verbigracious; I have met with you, bird, too late,
037.13+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...reflection, verbigracious...} | {Png: ...reflection verbigracious...}
037.13+Latin verbi gratia: for instance
037.13+verbigeration: repetition of the same word or phrase in a meaningless way
037.13+Oscar Wilde (about meeting Douglas): De Profundis: 'but I met you either too late or too soon'
037.13+proverb The early bird catches the worm
037.13+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: 'too late,' on .13} | {Png: 'too late,' on .14}
037.14or if not, too worm and early: and with tag for ildiot repeated
037.14+warm
037.14+German Tag: day
037.14+Danish tak for ilden: thanks for the light
037.14+idiot
037.14+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...ildiot repeated...} | {Png: ...ildiot...}
037.15in his secondmouth language as many of the bigtimer's verbaten
037.15+second-hand
037.15+second language (probably Irish)
037.15+verbatim
037.15+German verboten: forbidden
037.16words which he could balbly call to memory that same kveldeve,
037.16+Latin balbus: stammering (Motif: stuttering)
037.16+barely
037.16+palpably
037.16+Danish kveld: evening
037.17ere the hour of the twattering of bards in the twitterlitter between
037.17+Ulster Pronunciation twattering: twittering
037.17+birds
037.17+twilight
037.17+phrase between the devil and the deep sea
037.18Druidia and the Deepsleep Sea, when suppertide and souvenir to
037.18+
037.19Charlatan Mall jointly kem gently and along the quiet darkenings
037.19+VI.B.3.161m (o): 'Charlatan Mall'
037.19+Charlemont Mall: South Dublin street, bordering Grand Canal near Portabello
037.19+Charleville Mall: North Dublin street, bordering Royal Canal near North Strand Road
037.19+came
037.20of Grand and Royal, ff, flitmansfluh, and, kk, 't crept i' hedge
037.20+Grand and Royal Canals, Dublin (known as nighttime lovers' haunts)
037.20+Swiss German Fluh: precipice, rock-face
037.21whenas to many a softongue's pawkytalk mude unswer u sufter
037.21+(sweet-talker)
037.21+Scottish pawky: sly, cunning
037.21+German müde: tired
037.21+made answer a softer
037.21+German uns: us
037.21+German schwer: hard
037.22poghyogh, Arvanda always aquiassent, while, studying castelles
037.22+Anglo-Irish pogue: kiss
037.22+Arvanda river
037.22+Latin aqua: water
037.22+acquiescent
037.22+Castle Browne was renamed Clongowes Wood
037.22+phrase castles in the air
037.23in the blowne and studding cowshots over the noran, he spat in
037.23+German im Blauen: in the blue
037.23+Motif: Browne/Nolan
037.23+Studd: a family of English cricketers
037.23+cowshot: in cricket, a flat scooping legstroke made by the batsman
037.23+cowshit
037.23+Koran
037.24careful convertedness a musaic dispensation about his hearthstone,
037.24+Mosaic Dispensation: Moses's religious system, Judaism
037.25if you please, (Irish saliva, mawshe dho hole, but would a respect-
037.25+Irish seile: saliva
037.25+Irish má's é do thoil é: if you please
037.26able prominently connected fellow of Iro-European ascendances
037.26+Anglo-Irish Ascendency
037.26+French ascendances: ancestries
037.27with welldressed ideas who knew the correct thing such as Mr
037.27+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Mr Shallwesigh...} | {Png: ...Mr. Shallwesigh...}
037.28Shallwesigh or Mr Shallwelaugh expectorate after such a callous
037.28+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Mr Shallwelaugh...} | {Png: ...Mr. Shallwelaugh...}
037.28+expectorate: to spit, to cough up phlegm
037.29fashion, no thank yous! when he had his belcher spuckertuck in his
037.29+belcher: a neckerchief of deep blue with large white spots, each containing a dark blue spot, darker than the ground (so called after Jem Belcher (1781-1811), a well-known pugilist who adopted it); also, any particoloured neckerchief (Motif: kerchief or handkerchief)
037.29+(bandanna code: a code based on coloured bandannas (kerchiefs) hanging from one's back pocket, used by men in San Francisco during the Gold Rush to indicate dancing preferences and possibly giving rise to a similar modern practice among gay men) [030.22]
037.29+German Spucker: person who spits
037.29+German Tuch: cloth
037.30pucket, pthuck?) musefed with his thockits after having supped
037.30+pocket
037.30+thoughts
037.31of the dish sot and pottage which he snobbishly dabbed Peach
037.31+dubbed
037.31+peas [.33]
037.31+Peach Bombé (dessert)
037.32Bombay (it is rawly only Lukanpukan pilzenpie which she knows
037.32+really
037.32+nursery rhyme Georgie Porgie Pudding and Pie
037.32+Lucan
037.32+puking
037.32+Irish pocán: little he-goat
037.32+German Pilz: mushroom
037.33which senaffed and pibered him), a supreme of excelling peas,
037.33+Rhaeto-Romanic senaf: mustard
037.33+Rhaeto-Romanic pibe: pepper
037.33+supreme of chicken: a dish consisting of breast of chicken in rich cream sauce (also extended to other dishes served in such a sauce)
037.34balled under minnshogue's milk into whitemalt winesour, a pro-
037.34+boiled
037.34+Anglo-Irish minnshogue: young she-goat after first kidding (from Irish minnseóg)
037.34+white malt vinegar
037.34+proviant: provision, food supply
037.35viant the littlebilker hoarsely relished, chaff it, in the snevel season,
037.35+Slang bilker: a cheat (especially one evading payment of a cabman's fare)
037.35+horse radish
037.35+Japhet: son of Noah [.04]
037.35+(dash it, damn it)
037.35+Danish sne: snow
037.35+snivel
037.36being as fain o't as your rat wi'fennel; and on this celebrating
037.36+Dialect fain of: glad of, pleased with


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