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348.01laddios). Yaa hoo how how, col? Whom battles joined no bottles
348.01+Yahoos: a race of humanoid brutes in Swift: Gulliver's Travels
348.01+James Clarence Mangan: Trust not the World, nor Time (poem): 'Ya hu!' (refrain repeated twenty-eight times; annotated by author as 'the familiar cry of the dervishes. Turkish for yes, indeed or alas')
348.01+Chinese Colloquial hao pu-hao: how do you do?
348.01+marriage ceremony: 'Whom God hath joined let no man put asunder'
348.02sever! Worn't you aid a comp?
348.02+weren't you aide-de-camp?
348.03     BUTT (in his difficoltous tresdobremient, he feels a bitvalike a
348.03+Portuguese difficultoso: difficult
348.03+Portuguese tresdobre: threefold
348.03+Portuguese dobre: double
348.03+Czech dobre: good
348.03+a bit
348.03+Russian bitva: battle
348.04baddlefall of staot but falls a batforlake a borrlefull of bare). And
348.04+bottleful of stout
348.04+Breton staot: urine
348.04+Dutch borrel: drink, glass of genever
348.04+barrelful of beer
348.05me awlphul omegrims! Between me rassociations in the postlea-
348.05+alpha omega
348.05+megrim: migraine
348.05+my associations
348.05+German Rasse: race
348.05+Russian posledniy: last
348.06deny past and me disconnections with aplompervious futules
348.06+past, future
348.06+French plombe: lead
348.07I've a boodle full of maimeries in me buzzim and medears runs
348.07+Slang boodle: crowd, lot; money illegaly acquired
348.07+mammaries, bosom
348.07+Zozimus, Dublin street singer, had 'buzzum' friends
348.07+Dublin Pronunciation buzzim: bosom
348.07+my tears run slow
348.08sloze, bleime, as I now with platoonic leave recoil in (how the
348.08+Russian sleza: tear
348.08+German Blei: lead
348.08+French blême: pale
348.08+German Leim: glue
348.08+platonic love
348.08+military leave
348.08+gun recoil
348.08+Colloquial phrase how the dickens: how the hell
348.09thickens they come back to one to rust!) me misenary post for
348.09+home to roost
348.09+Dutch rust: rest
348.09+missionary post
348.10all them old boyars that's now boomaringing in waulholler, me
348.10+boyars: rank of Russian aristocracy; erroneously applied to Russian landed proprietors
348.11alma marthyrs. I dring to them, bycorn spirits fuselaiding, and
348.11+Battle of Alma, Crimea, 1854
348.11+Alma Mater: school from which one has graduated (literally 'nourishing mother' in Latin)
348.11+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation marthyrs: martyrs
348.11+German dringen: to urge, to press, to throng
348.11+bicorn: mythical beast which grew fat by living on good and enduring husbands
348.11+German Fusel: bad liquor
348.12you cullies adjutant, even where its contentsed wody, with
348.12+Archaic Slang cully: dupe, simpleton; companion, mate
348.12+colour sergeant: one attending regimental colours
348.12+Polish wody: Ruthenian vody: waters
348.13absents wehrmuth. Junglemen in agleement, I give thee our
348.13+absinthe and vermouth contain wormwood
348.13+German wehren: to defend
348.13+German Wehrmacht: army
348.13+German Wehmut: melancholy; absinthe
348.13+German Mut: courage
348.13+gentlemen in agreement
348.14greatly swooren, Theoccupant that Rueandredful, the thrown-
348.14+Swaran: Norse leader defeated by Fingal (i.e. Finn) in Macpherson: The Poems of Ossian
348.14+German Thronfolger: heir to the throne
348.15fullvner and all our royal devouts with the arrest of the whole
348.15+Latin pulver: powder
348.15+W.G. Wills: A Royal Divorce
348.16inhibitance of Neuilands! One brief mouth. And a velligoolap-
348.16+German neu: new
348.16+New Ireland: island in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, near New Guinea
348.16+French mot: word
348.16+Russian velikolepnyi: magnificent
348.17now! Meould attashees the currgans, (if they could get a kick at
348.17+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation meould: my old (endearment)
348.17+Russian kurgan: burial mound, barrow
348.17+phrase more kicks than ha'pence
348.17+Dialect keek: peep
348.18this time for all that's hapenced to us!) Cedric said Gormleyson
348.18+Cedric or Sitric Silkenbeard, of Leinster, son of Gormfhlaith (his mother), led the Danes at the Battle of Clontarf
348.19and Danno O'Dunnochoo and Conno O'Cannochar it is this
348.19+Domhnall O Donnchadha (O'Donoghue), of Munster, fought on the Irish side at the Battle of Clontarf
348.19+Ruaidhri O Conchobhair (Roderick O'Connor), of Connacht, was the last high king of Ireland
348.19+Conchubar: uncle of Cuchulainn
348.19+Comyn: The Youthful Exploits of Fionn 28: 'It is (these are) their names'
348.20were their names for we were all under that manner barracksers
348.20+Comyn: The Youthful Exploits of Fionn 25: 'under (after) that manner'
348.21on Kong Gores Wood together, thurkmen three, with those
348.21+Clongowes Wood College (James Joyce: A Portrait I)
348.22khakireinettes, our miladies in their toileries, the twum plum-
348.22+French reine: queen
348.22+French reinette: type of apple
348.22+Tuileries, Paris
348.22+World War I army jokes about plum jam (only jam they got)
348.22+Russian plemyannitsy: nieces
348.23yumnietcies, Vjeras Vjenaskayas, of old Djadja Uncken who
348.23+Russian vera: belief, religion, faith (also a common female name)
348.23+Russian venskaya: Viennese [.36]
348.23+nursery rhyme Old Daddy Dacon
348.23+Russian dyadya: uncle
348.24was a great mark for jinking and junking, up the palposes of
348.24+Anglo-Irish phrase a great man for...
348.24+King Mark of Cornwall
348.24+jinking: winning game by taking all tricks in one hand
348.24+for the purpose of warmth
348.25womth and wamth, we war, and the charme of their lyse brocade.
348.25+Motif: A/O
348.25+Alfred Lord Tennyson: The Charge of the Light Brigade
348.25+Danish lys: light
348.26For lispias harth a burm in eye but whem it bames fire norone
348.26+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Lesbia Hath a Beaming Eye: 'Lesbia hath a beaming eye, But no one knows for whom it beameth' [air: Nora Creina]
348.27screeneth. Hulp, hulp, huzzars! Raise ras tryracy! Freetime's
348.27+phrase hip, hip, hurrah! (cheer)
348.27+Ruthenian raz: once, one time
348.27+Ruthenian tre razy: thrice, three times
348.27+'three times three' (cheer)
348.28free! Up Lancesters! Anathem!
348.28+Motif: Up, guards, and at them!
348.28+Lancaster/York (Wars of Roses)
348.29     TAFF (who still senses that heavinscent houroines that enter-
348.29+heavensent heroines
348.29+houri: nymph of the Muslim paradise
348.30trained him who they were sinuorivals from the sunny Espionia but
348.30+train [.31]
348.30+Spanish señoritas: young ladies
348.30+new arrivals
348.30+French espionne: female spy
348.31plied wopsy with his wallets in thatthack of the bustle Bakerloo,
348.31+(robbed him)
348.31+phrase in the thick of battle
348.31+the attack
348.31+Battle of Waterloo
348.31+Bakerloo line on London underground
348.32(11.32), passing the uninational truthbosh in smoothing irony over
348.32+Motif: 1132
348.32+(his tongue)
348.32+bosh: foolish talk, nonsense
348.32+song Dashing Away with a Smoothing Iron
348.33the multinotcheralled infructuosities of his grinner set). The rib,
348.33+Latin infructuositas: unfruitfulness
348.33+(broken set of teeth)
348.33+(Eve from Adam's rib)
348.33+song 'The Wren, The Wren, The king of all birds'
348.34the rib, the quean of oldbyrdes, Sinya Sonyavitches! Your
348.34+Archaic quean: woman, ill-bred woman, whore
348.34+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. XX, 'Paradise', 752a: 'the Zoroastrians speak of their Paradise-mountain Alburz both as heavenly and as earthly'
348.34+Bulgarian sin: son; blue
348.34+Russian son: dream
348.34+Russian sonya: sleepyhead
348.34+Motif: Son of a bitch
348.35Rhoda Cockardes that are raday to embrace our ruddy inflamtry
348.35+Greek Slang rhoda: female genitalia
348.35+nursery rhyme Ride a Cock Horse
348.35+tricolour given to Louis XVI in 1789 with words 'here is a cockade which will go round the world'
348.35+Russian rady: are glad
348.36world! In their ohosililesvienne biribarbebeway. Till they've
348.36+Armenian khôsel: to speak
348.36+Armenian lezou: language (pronounced 'lesvi')
348.36+Vienna [.23]
348.36+Italian barbe: beards
348.36+Armenian barbar: language, dialect, speech
348.36+Saint Barbara: patroness of gunsmiths

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