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343.01malaise after the pognency of orangultonia, orients by way of Sagit-
343.01+Dutch Maleis: Malay, Malayan
343.01+poignanacy
343.01+pungency
343.01+Malay orang-utan (literally 'man of the woods')
343.01+Latin Ultonia: Ulster (orange)
343.01+Orient: East [342.35]
343.01+Orion, constellation
343.02tarius towards Draco on the Lour). And you collier carsst on him,
343.02+Draco, constellation (lies between the Dipper and Sagittarius)
343.02+Draco: Athenian lawgiver
343.02+Dutch op de loer: on the lookout
343.02+call
343.02+cursed
343.03the corsar, with Boyle, Burke and Campbell, I'll gogemble on
343.03+Lord Byron: other works: The Corsair
343.03+corsair: pirate
343.03+(*VYC*)
343.03+with bell, book and candle (instruments of ecclesiatical curse) [.02]
343.03+B.B.C.: British Broadcasting Corporation [342.33]
343.03+gamble
343.04strangbones tomb. You had just been cerberating a camp camp
343.04+Strongbow's tomb, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin (once place of business)
343.04+(thinking about retreat)
343.04+Cerberus (hell gates)
343.04+celebrating
343.04+song Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
343.05camp to Saint Sepulchre's march through the armeemonds re-
343.05+Palace of Saint Sepulchre, Dublin, near Marsh's Library
343.05+Holy Sepulchre (crusades)
343.05+German Armee: army
343.05+Armenians
343.05+armaments
343.05+French Allemands: Germans
343.05+Battle of Mons, 1914
343.06treat with the boys all marshalled, scattering giant's hail over the
343.06+(cannonballs)
343.07curseway, fellowed along the rout by the stenchions of the
343.07+Giant's Causeway, County Antrim
343.07+followed
343.07+route
343.07+stench
343.07+stations of the cross
343.08corpse. Tell the coldspell's terroth! If you please, commeylad!
343.08+gospel truth
343.08+(communist)
343.08+come my lad
343.08+song Tommy Lad
343.09Perfedes Albionias! Think some ingain think, as Teakortairer
343.09+phrase Perfidious Albion
343.09+Albania
343.09+Motif: Tingsomingenting/Nixnixundnix [.20]
343.09+think some other thing
343.09+Danish ting som ingen ting: thing like no thing
343.09+again
343.09+song Tinker, Tailor (Motif: Kersse the tailor)
343.10sate over the Galwegian caftan forewhen Orops and Aasas were
343.10+said
343.10+Motif: the Norwegian captain
343.10+Galwegians: inhabitants of Galloway
343.10+caftan: an Oriental undertunic
343.10+Motif: A/O
343.10+Europe and Asia
343.10+Åse: Peer Gynt's aged mother in Henrik Ibsen: all plays: Peer Gynt
343.11chooldrengs and micramacrees! A forward movement, Miles na
343.11+children
343.11+Danish skoledreng: schoolboy
343.11+song Mother Machree
343.11+Anglo-Irish machree: my heart (from Irish mo chroidhe)
343.11+Latin miles: soldier
343.11+Myles-na-Coppaleen shoots Danny Mann (hunchback villain) in Boucicault: The Colleen Bawn
343.11+Anglo-Irish -een (diminutive)
343.12Bogaleen, and despatch!
343.12+
343.13     BUTT (slinking his coatsleeves surdout over his squad mutton
343.13+(slipping sleeves over his shoulders to resemble the general's epaulettes)
343.13+Motif: goat/sheep
343.13+surtout: overcoat
343.13+shoulder of mutton
343.14shoulder so as to loop more life the jauntlyman as he scents the
343.14+look more like the gentleman
343.14+Jaun [429.01]
343.15anggreget yup behound their whole scoopchina's desperate noy's
343.15+Danish angrebet: the attack
343.15+anger get up
343.15+aggregate
343.15+Ginnunga-gap: in Norse mythology, the primordial abyss that preceded the creation of the world
343.15+Jap... China (war, 1930s)
343.15+behind
343.15+Serbo-Croatian Skupshtina: Yugoslav parliament
343.15+disparate
343.15+noy: annoyance
343.15+noise
343.16totalage and explaining aposteriorly how awstooloo was valde-
343.16+Latin a posteriori [.18]
343.16+Battle of Austerlitz
343.16+Battle of Waterloo
343.16+French val des ombres: valley of shadows
343.16+French valet de chambre: valet, manservant
343.16+proverb No man is a hero to his valet
343.17sombre belowes hero and he was in a greak esthate phophiar an
343.17+below zero
343.17+greatest heat
343.17+great state for fear
343.17+Greek
343.17+estate
343.17+two of the major buildings on the Acropolis of Athens are the Propylaea (monumental gateway) and the Erechtheion (temple with a famous porch of Caryatids)
343.18erixtion on the soseptuple side of him made spoil apriori his popo-
343.18+erection
343.18+Ixion chained to wheel in hell
343.18+susceptible
343.18+might
343.18+Latin a priori [.16]
343.18+(Motif: stuttering)
343.18+German Popo: posterior
343.19porportiums). Yass, zotnyzor, I don't think I did not, pojr. Never
343.19+proportions
343.19+proper
343.19+Albanian zotni: sir, gentleman
343.20you brother me for I scout it, think you! Ichts nichts on nichts!
343.20+bother
343.20+doubt
343.20+thank you
343.20+Nixnixundnix [.09]
343.20+German ich: I
343.20+German nichts: nothing
343.20+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...nichts! Greates...} | {Png: ...nichts. Greates...}
343.21Greates Schtschuptar! Me fol the rawlawdy in the schpirrt of a
343.21+greatest
343.21+Great Jupiter! [342.14]
343.21+Albanian shqyptar: Albanian (pronounced 'schtschyptar')
343.21+(I followed him by the light of a match)
343.21+Albanian me fol: to speak
343.21+raw lad
343.21+Albanian shpirt: spirit
343.21+Albanian shpirtua: match
343.22schkrepz. Of all the quirasses and all the qwehrmin in the tra-
343.22+Albanian schkrepes: match
343.22+Albanian shkrep: to strike
343.22+nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty: 'All the king's horses and all the king's men'
343.22+queer
343.22+French cuirasse: armour
343.22+German Wehrmann: soldier
343.22+Chinese min: the people
343.22+Tragedies of the Ancients
343.23gedoes of those antiants their grandoper, that soun of a gun-
343.23+Motif: Ondt/Gracehoper
343.23+Grand Opera
343.23+son of a gun
343.23+Malay gunong: mountain
343.24nong, with his sabaothsopolettes, smooking his scandleloose at
343.24+Hebrew sabaoth: hosts, armies
343.24+Sabbath
343.24+Italian spolette: fuses (for explosives)
343.24+epaulettes
343.24+Archaic smook: smoke
343.24+Mookse (expecting Motif: Mookse/Gripes, but no Gripes)
343.24+phrase burning the candle at both ends
343.24+scandalous
343.24+(cigar)
343.25botthends of him! Foinn duhans! I grandthinked after his obras
343.25+butt end
343.25+French Slang foin: tobacco
343.25+French foin! (expletive of disgust)
343.25+Irish Sinn Féin Amháin: Ourselves Alone (Irish nationalist slogan; Motif: Sinn Féin)
343.25+fine doings!
343.25+Albanian duhan: tobacco
343.25+(I thought)
343.25+Arabic duhan: smoke
343.25+Portuguese obras: works
343.25+Ruthenian obraz: image, icon
343.25+John of the Cross: Obras Espirituales
343.26after another time about the itch in his egondoom he was legging
343.26+Dutch eigendom: property
343.26+Danish ejendom: possession
343.26+Dutch condoom: condom
343.26+Dutch leggen: to lay
343.26+(walking groggily after explosion and looking for a place to recover)
343.27boldylugged from some pulversporochs and lyoking for a stool-
343.27+bandylegged [344.14]
343.27+German Pulver: powder
343.27+Ruthenian porokh: powder; dust, powder
343.27+looking
343.27+stool of ease: privy, commode
343.27+Ruthenian stolets: stool
343.27+Ruthenian stolitsya: capital city, metropolis
343.28eazy for to nemesisplotsch allafranka and for to salubrate himself
343.28+nemesis: retribution
343.28+German nehmen Sie Platz: have a seat
343.28+German platsch!: splash!
343.28+Albanian allaman: German
343.28+French à la française: in the French fashion
343.28+Albanian frang: European
343.28+Latin salubris: health-giving
343.28+celebrate
343.28+lubricate
343.29with an ultradungs heavenly mass at his base by a suprime pomp-
343.29+orthodox
343.29+dung
343.29+VI.C.12.030a (b): === VI.B.14.043g ( ): 'mass (penal) said on cromlech' [.31]
343.29+Kinane: St. Patrick 184: 'Erin... was laid waste by fire and sword... No church or altar was left in the land; the holy Sacrifice was offered at night, or at dawn of day, in the bog or on the mountain; a rude stone serving as an altar'
343.29+(military base)
343.29+supreme
343.29+supine
343.29+sublime
343.29+Slang pumpship: urinate
343.30ship chorams the perished popes, the reverend and allaverred
343.30+chorus
343.30+Latin coram: in the presence of
343.30+Ruthenian khram: church
343.30+parish priest
343.30+Russian pop: Ruthenian pop: parish priest in the Orthodox Church
343.30+Oliver Cromwell
343.31cromlecks, and when I heard his lewdbrogue reciping his cheap
343.31+cromlech: a prehistoric structure consisting of a large flat stone supported horizontally by three or more upright ones [.29]
343.31+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...cromlecks, and...} | {Png: ...cromlecks and...}
343.31+Ragnar Lodbrok: Viking chief
343.31+reciting
343.32cheateary gospeds to sintry and santry and sentry and suntry I
343.32+chattery
343.32+Irish ceathar: four
343.32+Russian chetyre gospoda: four gentlemen
343.32+gospels
343.32+all and sundry
343.32+Santry: district of Dublin
343.33thought he was only haftara having afterhis brokeforths but be
343.33+Hebrew haftara: excerpt from Prophets read in synagogue
343.33+after having his breakfast (when Bloom defecates)
343.33+(breaking wind)
343.33+farts
343.33+Anglo-Irish by the holy...!
343.34the homely Churopodvas I no sooner seen aghist of his frighte-
343.34+Ruthenian kuropatva: partridge
343.34+aghast
343.34+the gist
343.34+ghost
343.34+sight
343.34+Anglo-Irish frighteous: cramps brought on by an attack of nerves
343.35ousness then I was bibbering with vear a few versets off fooling for
343.35+than
343.35+German bibbern: Dutch bibberen: to tremble
343.35+Old Norse vear: gods (poetic)
343.35+Dutch vier: German vier: four
343.35+fear
343.35+verst: Russian land measure (ca. 2/3 mile)
343.36fjorg for my fifth foot. Of manifest 'tis obedience and the. Flute!
343.36+fjord
343.36+John Milton: Paradise Lost I.1: 'Of Mans First Disobedience, and the Fruit'
343.36+('the' at the end of a sentence) [020.18] [257.27] [334.30] [628.16]
343.36+French flute! (oath)
343.36+Slang flute: penis


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