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251.01on the bay? Nor far jocubus? Nic for jay? Attilad! Attattilad! Get
251.01+bay: reddish-brown horse
251.01+Anglo-Irish phrase not for Joe: definitely not [170.03]
251.01+Low Latin Jacobus: Jacob, James
251.01+Polish nic: nothing
251.01+Attila the Hun ('the scourge of God')
251.01+attaboy!
251.02up, Goth's scourge on you! There's a visitation in your implu-
251.02+westward migration of Huns caused invasion of Roman Empire by Visigoths
251.02+God's curse
251.02+Latin impluvium: skylight; square basin beneath one to catch rainwater
251.03vium. Hun! Hun!
251.03+Danish hun: she
251.04     He stanth theirs mun in his natural, oblious autamnesically
251.04+stands there
251.04+Colloquial phrase to stand mum: to be speechless
251.04+Irish mún: urine
251.04+Irish maon: dumb
251.04+man
251.04+VI.B.33.052b (r): 'in his natural'
251.04+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 85: 'the spiritual of man has so far passed into his natural, that he does not know what spiritual is'
251.04+[252.17] [308.L05-.L06]
251.04+Italian obliare: to forget
251.04+oblivious
251.04+obvious
251.04+amnesia
251.05of his very proprium, (such is stockpot leaden, so did sonsepun
251.05+VI.B.33.054d (r): 'proprium of angels is evil'
251.05+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 114: 'the angels are not angels from their proprium, for the angel's proprium is altogether like the proprium of man, which is evil'
251.05+Latin proprium: property
251.05+such and such, so and so (Motif: So and so)
251.05+Dutch potlood: pencil (literally 'pot-lead')
251.05+Sainéan: La Langue de Rabelais II.386: (of corrupt Latin) 'latin de marmite' (French 'pot Latin')
251.05+saucepan
251.06crake) the wont to be wanton maid a will to be wise. Thrust from
251.06+creak
251.06+Greek
251.06+want
251.06+made
251.06+German mit: with
251.06+VI.B.33.054f (r): 'will to be wise = sin of Adam'
251.06+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 117: 'Adam, when he willed to be wise and to love on his own account, fell from wisdom and love, and was cast out of Paradise'
251.06+VI.B.33.052f (r): 'thinks from its light loves from his heat' ('thinks' not clear)
251.06+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 92: (of the spiritual world) 'every man as to the interiors of his mind is in that world, in the midst of angels and spirits there; and he thinks from its light, and loves from its heat'
251.07the light, apophotorejected, he spoors loves from her heats. He
251.07+Greek apo phôtos: away from light
251.07+spoor: track, prints
251.07+German spürt: senses
251.07+hate
251.08blinkth. But's wrath's the higher where those wreathe charity.
251.08+but his wrath is
251.08+wrath, ire
251.08+VI.B.33.052a (r): 'in the Word he reads heat they — charity' (dash dittoes 'read')
251.08+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 83: 'when a man in the Word reads heat and light, then the spirits and angels who are with the man, instead of heat perceive charity, and instead of light faith'
251.08+I Corinthians 13:13: 'but the greatest of these is charity'
251.09For all of these have been thisworlders, time liquescing into state,
251.09+VI.B.33.054c (r): 'all angels have been men'
251.09+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 114: 'all angels have been men'
251.09+VI.B.33.053d (r): 'time = state'
251.09+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 104: 'the angels have no times divided into days and years... but there is perpetual light and perpetual spring. Thus instead of times there are states with them'
251.10pitiless age grows angelhood. Though, as he stehs, most anysing
251.10+VI.B.33.054e (r): 'angelhood'
251.10+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 116: (of an angel) 'if he abuses the principle of reciprocity... he falls down from angelhood'
251.10+angel and devil [.12] (Motif: Mick/Nick)
251.10+German steht: stands
251.10+anything
251.11may befallhim from a song of a witch to the totter of Blackarss,
251.11+befall him
251.11+VI.B.33.058b (r): 'a song of a witch'
251.11+Motif: Son of a bitch
251.11+daughter of
251.11+Slang black arse: kettle, pot [.05]
251.11+black art: necromancy, witchcraft, devil summoning
251.11+Bacchus
251.12given a fammished devil, a young sourceress and (eternal con-
251.12+VI.B.33.057c (r): 'the devil, a witch & permission of God'
251.12+Kramer & Sprenger: Malleus Maleficarum i: (table of contents) 'THE FIRST PART. TREATING OF THE THREE NECESSARY CONCOMITANTS OF WITCHCRAFT WHICH ARE THE DEVIL, A WITCH, AND THE PERMISSION OF ALMIGHTY GOD'
251.12+source
251.12+sorceress
251.12+VI.B.33.067d (r): 'eternal conjunction'
251.12+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 170: 'The universal end, the end of all things in creation, is, that there may be an eternal conjunction of the Creator with the created universe'
251.13junction) the permission of overalls with the cuperation of night-
251.13+Latin cupere: to desire
251.13+Kramer & Sprenger: Malleus Maleficarum i: (table of contents) 'Question II. If it be in Accordance with the Catholic Faith to maintain that in Order to bring about some Effect of Magic, the Devil must intimately co-operate with the Witch'
251.13+Tristan
251.14shirt. If he spice east he seethes in sooth and if he pierce north
251.14+spies
251.14+VI.B.33.054a (r): 'look to the east'
251.14+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 105: 'in every turning of their bodies the angels have the East, and thus the Lord before their faces'
251.14+Motif: 4 cardinal points [.14-.15]
251.14+VI.B.33.055c (r): 'E = S W = N'
251.14+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 120: (of the spiritual world) 'the determination of the quarters in that world is not, as in the natural world, from the south, but it is from the east'
251.14+sees
251.14+South
251.14+peers
251.15he wilts in the waist. And what wonder with the murkery vice-
251.15+West
251.15+mercury
251.15+German weiß: white
251.15+German Weisheit: Dutch wijsheid: wisdom
251.15+VI.B.33.055d (r): 'N = wisdom in shade'
251.15+Swedenborg: Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love paragraph 121: 'Those who are in a higher degree of love dwell in the east, those who are in a lower degree of love in the west; those who are in a higher degree of wisdom in the south, and those who are in a lower degree of wisdom in the north. Hence it is, that in the Word... is meant... by the south, wisdom in light; and by the north, wisdom in shade'
251.16heid in the shade? The specks on his lapspan are his foul deed
251.16+VI.B.33.095d (r): '*V* spots on her gown, evil thoughts'
251.16+Trobridge: A Life of Emanuel Swedenborg 199: (of angel maidens as described in Swedenborg's Spiritual Diary) 'When they see spots on their garments, it is a sign that they have had evil thoughts, and that they have done something wrong; these spots cannot be washed out... if they then repent of them, the spots vanish from their garments of themselves'
251.16+lapsang tea (leaves)
251.17thougths, wishmarks of mad imogenation. Take they off! Make
251.17+Dublin Slang wish: female genitalia
251.17+German wischen: to wipe
251.17+VI.B.33.097a (r): 'imogenation'
251.17+Imogen: heroine of William Shakespeare: Cymbeline, spied on when undressing
251.17+imagination
251.17+VI.B.33.096c (r): 'garment taken away (reproof)'
251.17+Trobridge: A Life of Emanuel Swedenborg 200: (of angel maidens as described in Swedenborg's Spiritual Diary) 'when they see any of their garments missing from their chamber, they at once know that they have done wrong... and if they themselves do not know what it is, a wife comes who tells them'
251.17+them
251.18the off! But Funnylegs are leanly. A bimbamb bum! They vain
251.18+thee
251.18+Italian bimba: little girl
251.18+Italian bim bum bam: count out in children's games
251.19would convert the to be hers in the word. Gush, they wooed!
251.19+(convert him to be hers)
251.19+VI.B.33.071b (r): 'gush *J*' [.20] [.26]
251.19+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson xvii: (Bywaters) 'was often away at sea for long periods, and during these periods she used to write to him letters of a kind, characterised by Mr. Justice Shearman as "gush," which lovers and friends at a distance love to receive'
251.20Gash, they're fair ripecherry!
251.20+VI.B.33.107a (r): 'gosh' [.19] [.26]
251.20+The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, Supplemental Nights, vol. IV, 11n: The Story of the Three Sharpers: 'Ghaushah, a Persianism... "Ghaush" is a tree of hard wood whereof musical instruments were made; hence the mod. words "Ghásha" and "Ghawwasha" = he produced a sound, and "Ghaushah" = tumult, quarrel'
251.20+song Cherry Ripe
251.21     As for she could shake him. An oaf, no more. Still he'd be
251.21+as for her
251.21+VI.B.33.159c (r): 'I could shake him an ass, nothing more'
251.21+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 178: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters, trial exhibit 20) 'Aubrey — I could shake him — no go — no initiative of his own... oh an ass — nothing more' (of a character in Robert Hichens's novel The Slave)
251.21+enough
251.22good tutor two in his big armschair lerningstoel and she be
251.22+VI.B.33.160c (r): 'under a good tutor'
251.22+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 228: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters) 'I was told I was the vilest tempered girl living & "you used not to be, but you're under a very good tutor"'
251.22+too
251.22+VI.B.33.161a (r): 'in a big armchair'
251.22+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 214: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters, trial exhibit 60) 'all Saturday evening I was thinking about you — I was just with you in a big arm chair in front of a great big fire feeling all the time how much I had won'
251.22+German lernen: to learn
251.22+Dutch leerstoel: professorial chair
251.22+Dutch leuningstoel: armchair
251.22+German Lehnstuhl: easy-chair
251.22+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...lerningstoel and...} | {Png: ...lerningstoel, and...}
251.22+VI.B.33.161c (r): 'I am wax in your hands'
251.22+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 214: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters, trial exhibit 60) 'It seems like a great welling up of love — of feeling — of inertia, just as if I am wax in your hands — to do with as you will'
251.23waxen in his hands. Turning up and fingering over the most dan-
251.23+waxing
251.23+Dante [.25]
251.23+French dentelle: lace
251.23+tantalising
251.24tellising peaches in the lingerous longerous book of the dark.
251.24+peaches [065.26]
251.24+pages
251.24+VI.B.33.166g (r): 'Book of the Dark.'
251.24+The Book of the Dead (Budge: The Book of the Dead)
251.24+(Finnegans Wake)
251.25Look at this passage about Galilleotto! I know it is difficult but
251.25+VI.B.33.164e (r): 'look at this passage'
251.25+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 49: (Cecil Whiteley, counsel for Bywaters, examining Bywaters) 'Look at this passage'
251.25+Galileo Galilei (buried in the Basilica of Santa Croce) [.26]
251.25+Galehoult (Italian Galeotto) brought together Lancelot and Guinevere; Paolo and his brother's wife, Francesca, fell in love while reading about this (described in Dante: The Divine Comedy: Inferno V.137: 'Galeotto fu il libro' (Italian 'The book was a pander'; literally 'The book was Galleot') [.23])
251.25+Italian galeotto: galley-slave, convict
251.25+José Echegaray y Eizaguirre (1832-1916): El Gran Galeoto (a play in which a character is trying to write a play with minimal external action whose principal character would be everybody; Echegaray is referred to in James Joyce: other works: The Day of the Rabblement)
251.25+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Galilleotto! I...} | {Png: ...Galilleotto. I...}
251.25+VI.B.33.165c (r): 'I know it is difficult'
251.25+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 54: (Cecil Whiteley, counsel for Bywaters, examining Bywaters) 'Bywaters, I know it is difficult, but I want you to tell us in your own way what your feelings were towards Mrs. Thompson?'
251.26when your goche I go dead. Turn now to this patch upon Smac-
251.26+VI.B.33.161d (r): 'when you are rough I go dead'
251.26+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 214: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters, trial exhibit 60) 'Darlingest when you are rough, I go dead — try not to be please'
251.26+VI.B.33.160a (r): 'je suis goche' [.19] [.20]
251.26+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 227: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters) 'Je suis Goche darlint & disappointed' ('Goche' was apparently a mistranscription of French fâché: angry in Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson (but this was unknown to Joyce))
251.26+French gauche: left
251.26+VI.B.33.166f (r): 'turn now to'
251.26+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 77: (Walter Frampton, counsel for Thompson, examining Thompson) 'Turn now to your letter of 10th February'
251.26+page
251.26+Italian smacchia: (he/she/it) cleans
251.26+Nicolo Machiavelli (buried in the Basilica of Santa Croce) [.25]
251.26+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Smacchiavelluti! Soot...} | {Png: ...Smacchiavelluti. Soot...}
251.27chiavelluti! Soot allours, he's sure to spot it! 'Twas ever so in
251.27+Italian velluti: velvets
251.27+French zut alors! (expletive)
251.27+Dutch zoet: sweet
251.27+Dutch zuur: sour
251.27+(make a point of it)
251.27+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...it! 'Twas...} | {Png: ...it. 'Twas...}
251.27+VI.B.33.158a (r): 'ever so'
251.27+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 175: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters, trial exhibit 20) 'A note from you this morning darlint, it bucked me up ever so'
251.28monitorology since Headmaster Adam became Eva Harte's
251.28+monitor: a senior pupil acting as a teaching-assistant in a school
251.28+Adam and Eve
251.29toucher, in omnibus moribus et temporibus, with man's mischief
251.29+teacher
251.29+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: 'in omnibus moribus et temporibus' italicised} | {Png: 'in omnibus moribus et temporibus' not italicised}
251.29+Latin in omnibus moribus et temporibus: in all customs and times
251.30in his mind whilst her pupils swimmed too heavenlies, let his be
251.30+VI.B.33.167d (r): 'eyes turned to heaven'
251.30+letters
251.31exaspirated, letters be blowed! I is a femaline person. O, of pro-
251.31+aspirated (Irish letters)
251.31+aspirate: draw breath, blow
251.31+let us
251.31+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...blowed! I...} | {Png: ...blowed, I...}
251.31+I.O.U.
251.31+female
251.31+feminine, masculine
251.31+pronouns are categorised by person, gender, number (e.g. singular), and case [.31-.32]
251.32vocative gender. U unisingular case.
251.32+
251.33     Which is why trumpers are mixed up in duels and here's B.
251.33+{{Synopsis: II.1.6.F: [251.33-252.32]: the boys' face-off — difficult to tell apart}}
251.33+Obsolete trumper: French trompeur: deceiver
251.33+(three, two)
251.33+Benjamine Rohan: Huguenot leader
251.33+Motif: Browne/Nolan
251.34Rohan meets N. Ohlan for the prize of a thou.
251.34+
251.35     But listen to the mocking birde to micking barde making bared!
251.35+song Listen to the Mocking Bird
251.35+bard
251.36We've heard it aye since songdom was gemurrmal. As he was
251.36+Sodom and Gomorrah
251.36+sodomy (homosexuality) [252.01-.02]
251.36+Dutch dom: stupid
251.36+German Gemurmel: murmuring
251.36+Dutch mal: foolish


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