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267.01drugged,1 lead us seek, lote us see, light us find,
267.01+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle
267.01+let us (x4)
267.01+Matthew 7:7: 'seek, and ye shall find'
267.01+Archaic lote: lotus
267.02let us missnot Maidadate, Mimosa Multimim-
267.02+miss not
267.02+Maida Vale, London
267.02+made a date
267.02+Mimosa: genus including Sensitive Plant
267.02+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: ...Multimimetica...} | {Png: ...multimimetica...} | {JCM: ...Multimim etica...}
267.02+mimetic
267.03etica, the maymeaminning of maimoomeining!
267.03+Ogden & Richards: The Meaning of Meaning (about semantics)
267.03+German Minne: love
267.03+Irish meann, minne: stuttering (Motif: stuttering)
267.03+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Young May Moon
267.03+German Meinung: opinion
267.04Elpis, thou fountain of the greeces, all shall speer
267.04+Greek elpis: hope
267.04+ALP (Motif: ALP)
267.04+graces
267.04+speer: make enquiries
267.04+Latin sperare: to hope
267.04+pee [.F02]
267.04+peer
267.05theeward,2 from kongen in his canteenhus to
267.05+Dutch thee: tea
267.05+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...theeward,2 from...} | {Png: ...theeward2 from...}
267.05+Danish kongen: the king
267.05+nursery rhyme 'The king was in his counting-house'
267.05+Slang canteen: inn
267.05+Danish hus: house
267.06knivers hind the knoll. Ausonius Audacior
267.06+knaves
267.06+(behind the hill) [007.33]
267.06+Decimus Magnus Ausonius: 4th century Roman poet
267.06+Latin Ausonius: Italian
267.06+Latin audacior: bolder
267.07and gael, gillie, gall.3 Singalingalying. Storiella
267.07+*VYC*
267.07+Motif: Gall/Gael (Viking foreigner/Irish native)
267.07+Anglo-Irish gillie: lad, servant
267.07+Motif: Gaping Gill
267.07+Swiss German Ringelringelreihen: Ring-a-ring o'roses (children's game)
267.07+lying
267.07+[486.06]
267.07+Italian storiella: story, fib
267.08as she is syung. Whence followeup with end-
267.08+Millington: English as She is Spoke (edited and abridged version of Pedro Carolino's 'The New Guide of the Conversation, in Portuguese and English', a Portuguese-English phrasebook by a man who knew almost no English)
267.08+Issy
267.08+sighing (rhymes with 'lying')
267.08+sung
267.08+young
267.08+song Follow Me Up to Carlow
267.08+VI.B.33.033c (r): 'mit entsprechenden Gebärde' (German with appropriate gestures)
267.08+German entsprechend: corresponding, appropriate (literally 'end-speaking')
267.08+unspeaking
267.08+unspoken
267.09speaking nots for yestures, plutonically pur-
267.09+no
267.09+(foot)notes
267.09+nods
267.09+yes
267.09+Obsolete yesters: yesterdays
267.09+gestures
267.09+Pluto: Roman god of the underworld [.11]
267.09+platonically
267.10suant on briefest glimpse from gladrags, pretty
267.10+Slang gladrags: fancy clothes
267.11Proserpronette whose slit satchel spilleth peas.
267.11+VI.B.33.047d (r): 'proserpine'
267.11+Waite: The Occult Sciences 52: 'Princes and Grand Dignitaries... Proserpine, Arch-she-fiend, sovereign princess of the perverse spirits'
267.11+Proserpina: Roman queen of the underworld [.09]
267.11+Slang slit: female genitalia
267.11+VI.B.33.016g (r): 'pocket drops peas'
267.11+The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, Supplemental Nights, vol. VII, 130n: The Tale of the Warlock and the Young Cook of Baghdad: 'In "Das blaue Licht," a Mecklenburg tale given by Grimm, the King's daughter who is borne through the air to the soldier's room is told by her father to fill her pocket with peas and make a hole therein; but the sole result was that the pigeons had a rare feast'
267.11+spills piss
267.11+spells peace
267.12     Belisha beacon, beckon bright! Usherette,
267.12+{{Synopsis: II.2.3.B: [267.12-270.28] [267.F04-270.F06] [267.L04-270.L07] [267.R01-268.R10]: the girl — thinking of grammar and grandma's advice on womanhood}}
267.12+Belisha beacon: traffic crossing sign
267.13unmesh us! That grene ray of earong it waves
267.13+enmesh
267.13+song 'The green isle of Erin, It beckons me yonder'
267.13+Macpherson: The Poems of Ossian II.165: Temora I: (begins) 'The blue waves of Erin roll in light'
267.13+Motif: 7 colours of rainbow [.13-.16]
267.13+Archaic grene: green
267.13+orange (Motif: anagram)
267.14us to yonder as the red, blue and yellow flogs
267.14+wander
267.14+flags
267.15time on the domisole,4 with a blewy blow and
267.15+do-mi-sol: CEG, common chord
267.15+domicile
267.16a windigo. Where flash becomes word and
267.16+indigo
267.16+John 1:14: 'the Word was made flesh'
267.17silents selfloud. To brace congeners, trebly
267.17+German Selbstlaut: vowel (literally 'self-loud')
267.17+flood
267.17+congenor: member of same class as another
267.17+(*VYC* and *IJ*)
267.18bounden and asservaged twainly. Adamman,5
267.18+Adam
267.18+Adamman: an artificial language based on English (from Adam (denoting primitive roots) and man (denoting the entire human race))
267.18+Saint Adamnán: Irish biographer of Saint Colmcille
267.18+Macpherson: The Poems of Ossian II.35: Fingal II: 'Ferda, son of Damman'
267.18+Motif: 5 vowels: A, E, I, O, U + semivowels: Y, W [.18-.20]
267.19Emhe, Issossianusheen and sometypes Yggely
267.19+Irish Émhe: Eve
267.19+Ossian: Finn's son (pronounced 'osheen')
267.19+sometimes
267.19+Norwegian Ygg: Odin
267.19+Webster Edgerly invented Adamman (under the pseudonym Edmund Shaftesbury: The Adam-man Tongue, the Universal Language of the Human Race, 1903)
267.20ogs Weib. Uwayoei!6 So mag this sybilette be
267.20+Irish agus: and
267.20+and wife
267.20+German Weib: woman, wife
267.20+German O Wehoweh: oh dear!
267.20+German mag: Dutch mag: may
267.20+VI.B.33.069e (r): 'Was that your shiboleth then? she was my sibylette then'
267.21our shibboleth that we may syllable her well!
267.21+shibboleth: distinctive catchword, formula or pronunciation indicative of a particular set of people (Judges 12:6)
267.21+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...well! Vetus...} | {Png: ...well. Vetus...}
267.22Vetus may be occluded behind the mou in
267.22+Latin vetus: old, aged
267.22+Venus
267.22+French Slang mou: human body, human flesh
267.22+Moon
267.23Veto but Nova will be nearing as their radient
267.23+Latin veto: I forbid
267.23+Virgo
267.23+Latin nova: new
267.23+nova: in astronomy, new star
267.24among the Nereids. A one of charmers, ay,
267.24+nereids: sea nymphs
267.24+Nereus: old name of constellation Eridanus
267.24+VI.B.3.150a (r): 'charmeur'
267.24+Harris: Oscar Wilde, His Life and Confessions I.93: (of Oscar Wilde) 'His whole face lit up as he spoke and one saw nothing but his soulful eyes, heard nothing but his musical tenor voice; he was indeed what the French call a charmeur'
267.24+French charmeur: enchanter
267.25Una Unica, charmers, who, under the branches
267.25+Irish una: famine
267.25+Latin una unica: one only (feminine)
267.26of the elms, in shoes as yet unshent by stoni-
267.26+elm trees (Motif: tree/stone)
267.26+Archaic unshent: uninjured, unharmed
267.27ness, wend, went, will wend a way of honey
267.27+
267.28myrrh and rambler roses mistmusk while still
267.28+VI.B.3.164c (r): VI.B.3.128b (b): 'rambler roses'
267.28+rambler rose: Crimson Rose
267.29the maybe mantles the meiblume or ever her
267.29+(the maybe... or... her if)
267.29+May bee
267.29+Dutch Mei: May
267.29+German Maiblume: mayflower
267.29+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...meiblume or...} | {Png: ...meiblume, or...}
267.F01     1 For Rose Point see Inishmacsaint.
267.F01+Ross Point close to Inishmacsaint, an island in Lough Erne
267.F02     2 Mannequins' Pose.
267.F02+Manneken-Pis: statue in Brussels of a child urinating
267.F03     3 Their holy presumption and hers sinfly desprit.
267.F03+Maitland: Life and Legends of St. Martin of Tours 48: (to Satan) '"wouldst thou but cease to tempt men... I... would dare promise thee His mercy" "Oh, holy presumption!" cries an old writer... "In default of authority for what he dares to promise, he is fain to express what he desires"'
267.F03+sinfully
267.F03+simply desperate
267.F03+French d'esprit: of spirit
267.F04     4 Anama anamaba anamabapa.
267.F04+Irish anama: souls
267.F04+Irish anama ba: souls of cows
267.F04+Jespersen: Language, its Nature, Development and Origin 154 (VIII.8): 'the baby lies and babbles his 'mamama' or 'amama' or 'papapa' or 'apapa' or 'bababa' or 'ababab''
267.F05     5 Only for he's fathering law I could skewer that old one and slosh her out
267.F05+father-in-law
267.F05+Adamnán's law provided heavy penalties for killing women
267.F06many's the time but I thinks more of my pottles and ketts.
267.F06+song The Mermaid: 'I care more for my pottles and my kets'
267.F06+Archaic pottle: pot or drinking vessel measuring half a gallon
267.F06+kettles and pots (Motif: P/K)
267.F07     6 All abunk for Tarararat! Look slipper, soppyhat, we've a doss in the
267.F07+phrase all aboard (a ship or train)
267.F07+bunk: shelf-like sleeping-berth (on a ship or train)
267.F07+Tara: ancient capital of Ireland
267.F07+Mount Ararat, where Noah's Ark landed
267.F07+Colloquial look slippery: be quick (James Joyce: Ulysses.14.1477: 'Look slippery')
267.F07+sleeper: sleeping-car on a train
267.F07+Colloquial sleepyhead: lethargic person
267.F07+Slang doss: bed (usually of very cheap quality)
267.F07+phrase dog in the manger: someone who will neither use something himself nor allow others to use it (from a fable about a dog preventing an ox from eating hay from a manger)
267.F08manger.
267.F08+Nautical manger: a space at the bow of a ship for catching excess water
267.L01There was a
267.L01+(limerick opening formula)
267.L02sweet hopeful
267.L02+
267.L03culled Cis.
267.L03+called
267.L03+German Cis: C sharp
267.L03+sis (*I*) [.08]
267.L04The Big Bear
267.L04+Great Bear (constellation)
267.L05bit the Sailor's
267.L05+
267.L06Only. Trouble,
267.L06+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Trouble, trouble...} | {Png: ...Trouble trouble...}
267.L07trouble, trouble.
267.L07+
267.L08Forening Unge
267.L08+Kristelig Forening for Unge Kvinder: the Danish Y.W.C.A.
267.L08+warning young Christ-like Kevin
267.L09Kristlike Kvinne.
267.L09+
267.R01URGES AND
267.R01+
267.R02WIDERURGES
267.R02+German wider-: against-, counter-
267.R02+German wieder: again
267.R03IN A PRIMI-
267.R03+
267.R04TIVE SEPT.
267.R04+sept: Irish clan
267.R04+Latin septem: seven
267.R04+sect


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