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297.01geomater. And if you flung her headdress on
297.01+geometer: one who studies geometry
297.01+Greek Gaia matêr: mother Earth
297.01+Latin mater: mother
297.01+(lift her dress)
297.01+(veil of Isis)
297.02her from under her highlows you'd wheeze
297.02+Slang highlows: laced boots
297.03whyse Salmonson set his seel on a hexen-
297.03+Finn acquired wisdom by eating the Salmon of Knowledge [.04]
297.03+Solomon's seal (star formed by two counterimposed triangles, a.k.a. as Star (or Shield) of David)
297.03+German Seele: soul
297.03+German Hexen: witches
297.03+hexagon (formed by connecting the vertices of Solomon's seal)
297.04gown.1 Hissss!, Arrah, go on! Fin for fun!
297.04+(serpent's hiss) [.07]
297.04+Anglo-Irish arrah: but, now, really
297.04+Finn [.03]
297.04+Motif: Fee faw fum
297.05You've spat your shower like a son of Sibernia
297.05+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Sibernia but...} | {Png: ...Sibernia, but...}
297.06but let's have at it! Subtend to me now! Pisk!
297.06+subtend an arc or angle
297.06+Plato: Meno
297.06+Danish pisk: whip
297.06+Latin piscis: fish [293.12]
297.06+Archaic hist!: silence!, listen!
297.07Outer serpumstances beiug ekewilled, we care-
297.07+other circumstances being equal
297.07+serpent [.04]
297.07+Colloquial bug: insect
297.07+eke willed
297.08fully, if she pleats, lift by her seam hem and
297.08+(lift her dress from P to pi)
297.08+Motif: Shem, Ham and Japhet
297.09jabote at the spidsiest of her trickkikant (like
297.09+jabot: neck frill on women's bodices
297.09+Danish spids: point, tip
297.09+Danish trekant: triangle
297.10thousands done before since fillies calpered.
297.10+Motif: O felix culpa! (Exsultet)
297.10+Greek Calpe: Gibraltar
297.10+Italian calpestare: to trample
297.11Ocone! Ocone!) the maidsapron of our A.L.P.,
297.11+Anglo-Irish ochone: Irish ochón: alas
297.11+Yeats: A Vision 69 (book I, part I, sec. II): (of Swedenborg) 'In the Principia... he describes the double cone. All physical reality, the universe as a whole, every solar system, every atom, is a double cone'
297.11+maid's apron
297.11+ALP (Motif: ALP)
297.11+carefully [.07]
297.12fearfully! till its nether nadir is vortically where
297.12+vortex [293.L05]
297.13(allow me aright to two cute winkles) its naval's
297.13+Polish kąt: angle
297.13+German Winkel: angle
297.13+navel's apex
297.14napex will have to beandbe. You must proach
297.14+by and by
297.14+joke about a boy invited by a woman to inspect her private parts, whereupon, as it was dark, he lighted a match and said "start peeing now, it's on fire!" [.14-.17]
297.14+approach near me
297.15near mear for at is dark. Lob. And light
297.15+Irish méar: finger
297.15+Downing: Digger Dialects 32: 'LOB (vb.) — Arrive' (World War I Slang)
297.16your mech. Jeldy! And this is what you'll say.2
297.16+Russian mech: sword
297.16+match (Prometheus brought fire to humanity)
297.16+Downing: Digger Dialects 30: 'JELDY (Hind.) — Quickly' (World War I Slang)
297.17Waaaaaa. Tch! Sluice! Pla! And their, redneck,
297.17+sluice: an artificial water channel fitted with a gate to control the flow through it [600.14]
297.17+Slang sluice: female genitalia
297.17+German Schluss: ending
297.17+redneck: poor white in Southern United States; also, a Roman Catholic
297.17+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...redneck, (for...} | {Png: ...redneck. For...}
297.18(for addn't we to gayatsee with Puhl the Pun-
297.18+song 'Oh! hadn't we the gaiety at Phil the Fluter's Ball!'
297.18+to go and see
297.18+gayatri: holy Vedic formula, sacred mantra
297.18+Anglo-Indian punkah: large fan
297.19kah's bell?) mygh and thy, the living spit of
297.19+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...bell?) mygh...} | {Png: ...bell? mygh...}
297.19+living spit: the very image
297.20dead waters,3 fastness firm of Hurdlebury Fenn,
297.20+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 9: 'I crept up the dead water under the bank'
297.20+Town of the Ford of the Hurdles: Dublin
297.20+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn (river associations)
297.20+Scottish burgh: town
297.20+Anglo-Irish anny: Irish eanaigh: fenny
297.21discinct and isoplural in its (your sow to
297.21+Archaic discinct: ungirt
297.21+Catechism: 'really distinct and equal in all things'
297.21+isopleural: equilateral
297.21+song Finnegan's Wake 5: 'soul to the devil'
297.22the duble) sixuous parts, flument, fluvey and
297.22+(six points of Solomon's seal) [.03]
297.22+Provençal flume: Latin flumen: river
297.22+Latin fluvius: river
297.23fluteous, midden wedge of the stream's your
297.23+Latin luteus: muddy
297.23+middle way
297.23+German Weg: way
297.24muddy old triagonal delta, fiho miho, plain
297.24+French triage: picking, selection
297.24+triagonal: triangular
297.24+(female genitalia)
297.24+Provençal fiho: young girl
297.24+Italian mio: my, mine
297.25for you now, appia lippia pluvaville, (hop the
297.25+ALP (Motif: ALP)
297.25+Aqua Appia: fountain near Temple of Venus
297.25+Appian Way, Dublin
297.25+Latin lippia: having watery eyes
297.26hula, girls!) the no niggard spot of her safety
297.26+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...hula, girls!)...} | {Png: ...hula girls!)...}
297.27vulve, first of all usquiluteral threeingles, (and
297.27+vulva: external female genitalia
297.27+Latin usque: as far as
297.27+Irish uisce: water
297.27+equilateral triangles
297.27+Latin luteus: muddy
297.28why wouldn't she sit cressloggedlike the lass
297.28+Russian kreslo: armchair
297.28+tailors used to sit crosslegged while sewing
297.28+song The Lass That Loved a Sailor
297.29that lured a tailor?) the constant of fluxion,
297.29+Newtonian calculus was known as the 'Doctrine of Fluxions'
297.30Mahamewetma, pride of the province4 and
297.30+Sanskrit maha: great
297.30+Blavatsky: The Mahatma Letters
297.30+Burmese wetma: sow
297.31when that tidled boare rutches up from the
297.31+Danish tidlig: early
297.31+tiddle: smallest pig in litter
297.31+tidal bore
297.31+German rutschen: to slide
297.32Afrantic, allaph quaran's his bett und bier!5
297.32+ALP (Motif: ALP)
297.32+Hebrew alphabet begins: aleph, beth
297.32+Olaf Cuaran: a Norse king of Dublin (called Aulaf Quaran in Haliday: The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin 96)
297.32+Al Koran
297.32+quar: (of channels) to silt up
297.32+Cant quarrons: female genitalia
297.32+German Bett und Bier: bed and beer
297.32+death bed and bier
297.32+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...bier!} | {Png: ...bier.}
297.F01     1 The chape of Doña Speranza of the Nacion.
297.F01+French chape: cope, hood
297.F01+Italian Il Capo di Buona Speranza: Cape of Good Hope
297.F01+Spanish doná: lady
297.F01+Italian speranza: hope
297.F01+Speranza of the Nation: epithet applied to Lady Jane Wilde, Oscar Wilde's mother, from Speranza, the pseudonym under which she wrote her Irish nationalist poems, and The Nation, the Dublin periodical in which the poems were published
297.F01+Spanish nacion: nation
297.F02     2 Ugol egal ogle. Mi vidim Mi.
297.F02+Russian ugol: angle
297.F02+German egal: equal
297.F02+Irish eagal: fear
297.F02+Russian my vidim: we see
297.F02+MI: 1001
297.F03     3 It is, it is Sangannon's dream.
297.F03+G. Griffin: song 'Tis, it is the Shannon's Stream
297.F03+Sangamon river, Illinois
297.F04     4 And all meinkind.
297.F04+German mein Kind: my child
297.F05     5 Whangpoos the paddle and whiss whee whoo.
297.F05+Whangpoo river
297.F05+Whang the Miller: character in Oliver Goldsmith: other works: The Citizen of the World
297.F05+Peadar Kearney: song Whack fol the Diddle
297.F05+nursery rhyme Pop Goes the Weasel
297.F05+German wissen: to know
297.F05+(we know who)
297.L01Destiny, In-
297.L02fluence of Design
297.L04Prometheus or
297.L04+Variants: {FnF: Prometheus, or...} | {Vkg, Png: Prometheus or...}
297.L04+(Freud describes Prometheus's fire-bringing as an Oedipus adventure)
297.L05the Promise of

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