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095.01he caught his paper dispillsation from the poke, old Minace and
095.01+papal dispensation
095.01+pope
095.01+Minos
095.01+menace
095.02Minster York? Do I mind? I mind the gush off the mon like Bal-
095.02+York Minster: cathedral in York, England
095.02+York [094.35]
095.02+Anglo-Irish mind: to heed
095.02+Slang gush: smell [.12]
095.02+Ulster Pronunciation mon: man
095.02+Ballybough: district of Dublin (had vitriol works operated by Dublin and Wicklow Manure Company, Ltd)
095.03lybock manure works on a tradewinds day. And the O'Moyly
095.03+German Bock: he-goat
095.03+(windy day)
095.03+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Song of Fionnuala: 'Silent, oh Moyle'
095.03+Grace O'Malley (following her death, her bones were supposedly ground to to make Scottish manure)
095.04gracies and the O'Briny rossies chaffing him bluchface and play-
095.04+song Sweet Rosie O'Grady
095.04+Anglo-Irish rossies: impudent girls, brazen women (from Irish rásach: rambling woman, gipsy, jilt) [094.30]
095.04+blush
095.04+blackface
095.05ing him pranks. How do you do, todo, North Mister? Get into
095.05+Prankquean [021.15]
095.05+how do you do today, mister? (Motif: How are you today, my dark/fair sir?)
095.05+Spanish todo: everyone
095.06my way! Ah dearome forsailoshe! Gone over the bays! When
095.06+Danish ber om forladelse!: beg your pardon!
095.06+for sailor she
095.07ginabawdy meadabawdy! Yerra, why would he heed that old
095.07+song Comin' through the Rye: 'Gin a body meet a body'
095.07+Anglo-Irish yerra: O God but, O God now (from Irish dheara, contracted form of Irish a Dhia ara)
095.08gasometer with his hooping coppin and his dyinboosycough and
095.08+(the sun)
095.08+Gasometer, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin
095.08+Dublin superstition that gasworks' air cures whooping cough (James Joyce: Ulysses.6.121: 'Gasworks. Whooping cough they say it cures')
095.08+Copenhagen
095.08+Dion Boucicault: famous 19th century Irish playwright (author of Boucicault: Arrah-na-Pogue, Boucicault: The Colleen Bawn, and Boucicault: other plays)
095.09all the birds of the southside after her, Minxy Cunningham, their
095.09+nursery rhyme Cock Robin: 'All the birds of the air'
095.09+Latin minxi: I have urinated
095.09+Minnie Cunningham: male impersonator in Dan Lowrey's music hall [095.21]
095.10dear divorcee darling, jimmies and jonnies to be her jo? Hold
095.10+Motif: Dear Dirty Dublin
095.10+James/John (Motif: Shem/Shaun)
095.10+Burns: John Anderson, My Jo
095.10+Slang jo: sweetheart
095.11hard. There's three other corners to our isle's cork float. Sure, 'tis
095.11+
095.12well I can telesmell him H2 C E3 that would take a township's
095.12+smell (from afar) [.02]
095.12+HCE (Motif: HCE)
095.12+H2S: hydrogen sulphide (malodorous)
095.13breath away! Gob and I nose him too well as I do meself, heav-
095.13+as well as
095.14ing up the Kay Wall by the 32 to 11 with his limelooking horse-
095.14+using A-Z = 1-26, K = 11, W = 23 (mirrored into 32 and 11)
095.14+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation kay: quay
095.14+North Wall Quay, Dublin
095.14+Motif: 1132
095.14+lime [.15]
095.14+lame looking
095.15bags full of sesameseed, the Whiteside Kaffir, and his sayman's
095.15+sesame seed
095.15+Open Sesame!
095.15+seaweed
095.15+W K [.14]
095.15+James Whiteside defended O'Connell
095.15+White-Eyed Kaffir: G.H. Chirgwin, 19th century music hall entertainer, appeared in Dan Lowrey's music hall [095.21] (James Joyce: Ulysses.12.1552: 'that whiteeyed kaffir')
095.15+kaffir lime: a type of citrus [.14]
095.15+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation say: sea
095.15+semen's
095.16effluvium and his scentpainted voice, puffing out his thundering
095.16+Saint Patrick
095.17big brown cabbage! Pa! Thawt I'm glad a gull for his pawsdeen
095.17+Slang cabbage: cheap cigar
095.17+thought
095.17+song Pastheen Fionn (Irish pastheen fionn: fair-haired child)
095.18fiunn! Goborro, sez he, Lankyshied! Gobugga ye, sez I! O
095.18+Irish go barradh: excellently
095.18+Anglo-Irish begorra!: by God!
095.18+VI.B.10.075n (r): '— says you'
095.18+Leader 16 Dec 1922, 452/1: 'Our Ladies' Letter': 'If everyone was like me, says you!'
095.18+Lancaster [094.35]
095.18+German Danke schön: Thank you very much
095.18+Slang go bugger yourself
095.19breezes! I sniffed that lad long before anyone. It was when I was
095.19+Greek brizeis: you are insulting
095.19+Anglo-Irish when I was in my: when I was a
095.20in my farfather out at the west and she and myself, the redheaded
095.20+Danish farfar: paternal grandfather
095.21girl, firstnighting down Sycomore Lane. Fine feelplay we had
095.21+(droit de seigneur [017.21])
095.21+Dan Lowrey's Star of Erin Music Hall, 1 Sycamore Street, Dublin (back entrance, main one being from Crampton Court, off Dame Street; end of 19th century) [093.34] [094.03] [.09] [.15]
095.21+(lovemaking)
095.22of it mid the kissabetts frisking in the kool kurkle dusk of the
095.22+pissabeds (Motif: P/K)
095.22+German Bett: bed
095.22+pool (Motif: P/K)
095.22+purple (Motif: P/K)
095.23lushiness. My perfume of the pampas, says she (meaning me)
095.23+
095.24putting out her netherlights, and I'd sooner one precious sip at
095.24+Slang sip: kiss
095.25your pure mountain dew than enrich my acquaintance with that
095.25+Colloquial mountain dew: Irish or Scotch whiskey, illicit whiskey
095.25+song The Mountain Dew
095.25+(semen)
095.26big brewer's belch.
095.26+phrase give a brewer's fart: befoul oneself
095.27     And so they went on, the fourbottle men, the analists, ungu-
095.27+{{Synopsis: I.4.1B.E: [095.27-096.25]: and so they go on chattering — well into disagreement}}
095.27+VI.B.6.151g (b): '4 bottle men'
095.27+four-bottle man: one who can drink four bottles of wine or port at a sitting
095.27+*X*
095.27+four canopic jars (with animal- or human-like heads), containing innards of the deceased's body, surrounded Egyptian mummies [026.17]
095.27+Slang bottle: to bugger (a woman), to engage in sodomy
095.27+anal
095.27+Annals of the Four Masters (*X*)
095.27+Irish ungaim: I anoint
095.27+Latin umquam: ever
095.28am and nunguam and lunguam again, their anschluss about her
095.28+song Father O'Flynn: 'Sláinte and sláinte and sláinte again'
095.28+Latin nunquam: never
095.28+Irish longaim: I lap up
095.28+German Anschluss: connection
095.29whosebefore and his whereafters and how she was lost away
095.29+
095.30away in the fern and how he was founded deap on deep in anear,
095.30+German in der Ferne: afar, in the distance
095.30+found dead
095.30+an ear
095.31and the rustlings and the twitterings and the raspings and the
095.31+VI.B.16.146e (b): 'night noises rustlings twittering raspin tingling scuttling' [.31-.34]
095.31+Crawford: Thinking Black 251: 'the hundreds of night sounds — rustlings, twitterings, raspings, tinglings, and roarings'
095.32snappings and the sighings and the paintings and the ukukuings
095.32+pantings
095.32+ululations
095.32+cuckooings
095.32+cooings
095.33and the (hist!) the springapartings and the (hast!) the bybyscutt-
095.33+boycott
095.34lings and all the scandalmunkers and the pure craigs that used to
095.34+scandal-mongers
095.34+German munkeln: to rumour
095.34+(Vico's 'pious and pure wars')
095.34+Poor Clares: an order of nuns
095.34+German Krieg: war
095.35be (up) that time living and lying and rating and riding round
095.35+(up) [386.12-.14]
095.35+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle (?)
095.35+dying
095.35+reading and writing
095.36Nunsbelly Square. And all the buds in the bush. And the laugh-
095.36+Barriga de Freira: a famous Portuguese pastry (literally Portuguese 'nun's belly')
095.36+Irish bod: penis (pronounced 'bud')
095.36+proverb A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
095.36+Slang bush: female pubic hair


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