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330.01the Goat, that gafr, ate the Suenders bible. Hadn't we heaven's
330.01+Welsh gafr: goat
330.01+'The Sinners' Bible' left out a 'not' from the 10th Commandment
330.01+German Sünder: sinner
330.02lamps to hide us? Yet every lane had its lively spark and every
330.02+Norwegian spark: kick
330.03spark had its several spurtles and each spitfire spurtle had some
330.03+spurtle: steam with some force
330.04trick of her trade, a tease for Ned, nook's nestle for Fred and
330.05a peep at me mow for Peer Pol. So that Father Matt Hughes
330.05+Swift: Ppt
330.05+Motif: Paul/Peter
330.05+Father Theobald Mathew: Irish temperance advocate
330.05+German Matt: exhausted
330.06looked taytotally threbled. But Danno the Dane grimmed. Dune.
330.06+Anglo-Irish Dialect taytotally: utterly, entirely
330.06+grinned down
330.07'Twere yeg will elsecare doatty lanv meet they dewscent hyemn
330.07+Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson: first and fourth lines of Norway's national anthem: 'Ja, vi elsker dette landet... Med de tusen hjem': 'Yes, we love this country... with its thousands homes'
330.07+dew (Gideon)
330.07+ditty, hymn, shanty, song [.08]
330.08to cannons' roar and rifles' peal vill shantey soloweys sang! For
330.08+Irish National Anthem: 'Mid cannons' roar and rifles' peal We'll chant a soldiers' song'
330.08+Norwegian vil: will
330.08+Norwegian vill: wild
330.08+Russian solovei: nightingale
330.08+Norwegian Solvejgs sang: Solveig's Song (from Henrik Ibsen: all plays: Peer Gynt)
330.08+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...sang! For...} | {Png: ...sang. For...}
330.09there were no more Tyrrhanees and for Laxembraghs was pass-
330.09+Louis XIV: 'Il n'y a plus de Pyrénées' (French 'There are no more Pyrenees'; referring to the France-Spain border, at the accession of his grandson to the throne of Spain, 1700) [199.21]
330.09+Tyrrhenia: Etruria
330.09+Norwegian tyr, hane: bull, cock (phrase cock and bull story)
330.09+Norwegian tyrann: tyrant
330.09+lax: salmon
330.09+Maréchal de Luxemburg, 'tapestrymaker for Notre Dame'
330.10thecupper to Our Lader's. And it was dim upon the floods only
330.10+Our Lady's
330.10+Judges 6:40: 'for it was dry upon the fleece only, and there was dew on all the ground' (sign given to Gideon)
330.11and there was day on all the ground.
330.12     Thus street spins legends while wharves woves tales but some
330.12+old wives' tales
330.13family fewd felt a nick in their name. Old Vickers sate down on
330.13+Motif: Mick/Nick [.16]
330.13+Colloquial Old Vic: Royal Victoria Theatre, London
330.13+wicker... Ear
330.14their airs and straightened the points of their lace. Red Rowleys
330.14+'Red Rowley' (pseudonym): author of song Mademoiselle from Armentières
330.15popped out of their lairs and asked what was wrong with the
330.16race. Mick na Murrough used dripping in layers to shave
330.16+Diarmaid MacMurrough: king of Leinster who invited Normans to Ireland and who abducted Dervorgilla, wife of Tiernan O'Rourke's wife
330.17all the furze off his face. The Burke-Lees and Coyle-Finns
330.17+Finn MacCool
330.18paid full feines for their sinns when the Cap and Miss Coolie
330.18+German Feines: something excellent
330.18+Irish Sinn Féin: Ourselves (Irish nationalist slogan; Motif: Sinn Féin)
330.18+German Sinn: meaning, sense, opinion
330.18+Norwegian sinn: mind
330.18+Percy French: song The Night Miss Cooney Eloped
330.19were roped.
330.20     Rolloraped.
330.20+Rollo (Rolf) Ganger: first Viking Duke of Normandy (theoretically, the ancestor of the Anglo-Norman invaders of Ireland)
330.20+Norwegian rape: to belch
330.21     With her banbax hoist from holder, zig for zag through pool
330.21+(advertisement for motion picture)
330.21+song 'Wid my bundle on my shoulder, Faith! there's no man could be boulder, I'm laving dear ould Ireland widout warning, For I lately took the notion, For to cross the briny ocean, and I shtart for Philadelphia in the morning'
330.21+Old Irish Banba: Ireland (strictly, the name of the patron goddess of Ireland)
330.21+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...holder, zig...} | {Png: ...holder zig...}
330.21+tit for tat
330.22and polder, cheap, cheap, cheap and Laughing Jack, all augurs
330.22+polder: reclaimed land
330.22+Laughing Jack Hooper: 18th century hangman
330.22+laughing jackass
330.23scorenning, see the Bolche your pictures motion and Kitzy
330.23+French Boche: German
330.23+motion pictures
330.23+German Kitz: fawn, young deer; kid, young goat
330.23+German Colloquial klitzeklein: very small
330.24Kleinsuessmein eloping for that holm in Finn's Hotel Fiord,
330.24+German klein: small
330.24+German süß: sweet
330.24+German mein: my, mine
330.24+Danish holm: islet
330.24+Finn's Hotel, Dublin, where Nora Barnacle worked when Joyce met her
330.24+Hurdle Ford (name of Dublin)
330.24+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Fiord, Nova...} | {Png: ...Fiord. Nova...}
330.25Nova Norening. Where they pulled down the kuddle and they
330.25+Latin nova: new
330.25+Norwegian forening: union, society
330.25+'So they put on the kettle and they made tea and if they don't live happy, that you and I may' (formula ending for English fairy tales)
330.26made fray and if thee don't look homey, well, that Dook can eye
330.26+made free
330.26+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...homey, well, that...} | {Png: ...homey well that...}
330.26+Norwegian du: you
330.26+hook and eye
330.28     He goat a berth. And she cot a manege. And wohl's gorse
330.28+song 'I got a shoe, you got a shoe, All God's chillun got shoes'
330.28+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle (birth, marriage, death)
330.28+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation cot: caught
330.28+got to manage
330.28+French manège: stratagem (familiar)
330.28+French ménage: household
330.28+German wohl: well
330.29mundom ganna wedst.
330.29+Latin mundum: world
330.29+gonna wed
330.29+phrase gone west: dead
330.30     Knock knock. War's where! Which war? The Twwinns.
330.30+children's game Knock, knock, who's there
330.30+(Cain and Abel were the origin of war)
330.30+twins (*C* and *V*)
330.31Knock knock. Woos without! Without what? An apple. Knock
330.31+(Eve was born without an Adam's apple)
330.33     The kilder massed, one then and uhindred, (harefoot, birdy-
330.33+Norwegian kilder: sources, fountainheads
330.33+German Kinder: children
330.33+Childermas: festival of Herod's slaughter of innocents
330.33+Percy Wyndham Lewis: The Childermass
330.33+(children gathered)
330.33+one, ten and a hundred (Motif: 111)
330.33+Norwegian uhindret: unhindered
330.33+Harold Harefoot: 11th century king of England
330.33+proverb A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
330.34hands, herringabone, beesknees), and they barneydansked a
330.34+Slang bee's knees: acme of perfection
330.34+Norwegian barn: child; children
330.34+Danish barn: child
330.34+barn dance
330.34+Norwegian danske: Dane
330.35kathareen round to know the who and to show the howsome.
330.35+Catherine wheel: a type of firework
330.35+Anglo-Irish -een (diminutive)
330.36Why was you hiding, moder of moders? And where was hunty,
330.36+Norwegian moder: mother
330.36+German Moder: mud, decay
330.36+Irish modar: dark

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