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366.01Popottes, where you canceal me you mayst forced guage my
366.01+German Popo: posterior
366.01+Swift: Ppt
366.01+French cocottes: loose women (Motif: P/K)
366.01+Parnell (about selling him): 'When you sell, get my price'
366.01+can see
366.01+can sell
366.01+conceal
366.01+must first guess
366.02bribes. Wickedgapers, I appeal against the light! A nexistence of
366.02+wicketkeeper (cricket)
366.02+appeal against light (cricket)
366.02+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...light! A...} | {Png: ...light. A...}
366.02+Latin nex: murder
366.02+nonexistence
366.03vividence! Panto, boys, is on a looser inloss; ballet, girls, suppline
366.03+Latin vividus: animated
366.03+evidence
366.03+pantomime
366.03+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...inloss; ballet...} | {Png: ...inloss ballet...}
366.03+suppline: filled up
366.04thrown tights. I have wanted to thank you such a long time so
366.04+
366.05much now. Thank you. Sir, kindest of bottleholders and very dear
366.05+Slang bottleholder: second (in a fight)
366.06friend, among our hearts of steel, froutiknow, it will befor you,
366.06+Hearts of Steel: an Irish secret society
366.06+for aught I know
366.06+befall
366.07me dare beautiful young soldier, winninger nor anyour of rudi-
366.07+my
366.07+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation dare: dear
366.07+regimental muskets
366.07+mascots
366.08mental moskats, before you go to mats, you who have watched
366.08+Mass
366.08+(bed)
366.09your share with your sockboule sodalists on your buntad nogs at
366.09+Colloquial soccer: Associational football (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.09+Sackville Street, Dublin
366.09+French boules: a family of popular French ball-games (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.09+Latin sodalis: companion
366.09+socialists
366.09+bended knees
366.09+Polish noga: leg
366.10our love tennis squats regatts, suckpump, when on with the balls
366.10+love: zero in tennis (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.10+lawn tennis (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.10+squash rackets (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.10+regattas
366.10+rockets
366.10+only the bold
366.10+Dryden: Alexander's Feast: 'None but the brave deserves the fair'
366.10+balls (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.11did disserve the fain, my goldrush gainst her silvernetss, to say,
366.11+serve (e.g. in tennis) (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.11+gold and silver
366.11+rush the net (e.g. in tennis) (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.12biguidd, for the love of goddess and perthanow as you reveres
366.12+Persian biguidd: to speak
366.12+by God
366.12+Greek parthenos: virgin
366.13your one mothers, mitsch for matsch, and while I reveal thus my
366.13+own
366.13+German Mischmasch: hotchpotch
366.13+Mischmasch: a magazine written and illustrated by Lewis Carroll for the amusement of his family
366.13+phrase tit for tat
366.13+German Matsch: mash, mud
366.13+match (e.g. in tennis) (Cluster: Ball Games)
366.14deepseep daughter which was bourne up pridely out of meds-
366.14+VI.C.12.021h (b): 'Milchw sleep with 2 daughters' === VI.B.14.036c ( ): 'Milcho sleep with 2 daughters' [.17]
366.14+Kinane: St. Patrick 53: (of Saint Patrick's master) 'One night, in a vision or dream, Milcho saw... flames... consume his two little daughters, who were sleeping with him in the same bed'
366.14+deep sleep
366.14+deep sea
366.14+(Venus born from the sea)
366.14+borne
366.14+proudly
366.14+my dreams
366.14+midstream
366.15dreams unclouthed when I was pillowing in my brime (of Satur-
366.15+unclothed
366.15+billowing in my prime
366.15+brine
366.16nay Eve, how now, woren't we't?), to see, I say, whoahoa, in stay
366.16+to say
366.17of execution in re Milcho Melekmans, increaminated, what you
366.17+Latin in re: in the matter
366.17+German Milch: milk
366.17+Milcho: the master of the young Saint Patrick [.14]
366.17+William Shakespeare: Hamlet III.2.144: 'this is miching mallecho; it means mischief' (from Spanish malhecho: misdeed)
366.17+Latin mel: honey
366.17+Hebrew melekh: king
366.17+German melken: to milk
366.17+incriminating
366.17+incorporated
366.17+cream
366.17+Crimea
366.18feel, oddrabbit, upon every strong ground you have ever taken
366.18+White Rabbit: character in Lewis Carroll: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
366.19up, by bitterstiff work or battonstaff play, with assault of turk
366.19+Isaac Bickerstaff: pseudonym used by Swift in Predictions for the Year 1708
366.19+Motif: Butt/Taff
366.19+sod of turf
366.20against a barrakraval of grakeshoots, e'en tho' Jambuwel's defe-
366.20+Battle of Balaclava, Crimea, 1854
366.20+German Krawall: riot
366.20+grapeshot
366.20+Greeks (Greece occupied by Turks from 15th century)
366.20+John Bull: a typical Englishman
366.20+General (Motif: How Buckley shot the Russian General [.17-.21])
366.20+proverb England's difficulty is Ireland's opportunity
366.20+bowel
366.20+defecations
366.20+defalcations
366.21calties is Terry Shimmyrag's upperturnity, if that is grace for the
366.21+Irish Tír na Simearóig: Land of the Shamrock
366.21+rag
366.21+Battle of Eupatoria, Crimea, 1855
366.21+proverb What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
366.21+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation grace: grease
366.22grass what is balm for the bramblers, as it is as it is, that I am the
366.22+Saraswathis: Hindu goddess of knowledge
366.23catasthmatic old ruffin sippahsedly improctor to be seducint tro-
366.23+catamite
366.23+charismatic
366.23+asthmatic
366.23+Cant ruffin: devil
366.23+ruffian
366.23+Dante: The Divine Comedy: Inferno XVIII.65: 'Via ruffian, qui non son femmine do conio' (Italian 'Away, Pander! there are no women here to coin!')
366.23+Dante: The Divine Comedy: Inferno XVIII.60: 'sipa' (Italian Dialect sipa: yep (i.e. 'yes', in Bolognese dialect))
366.23+Persian sipahi: soldier (origin of Anglo-Indian sepoy)
366.23+supposedly
366.23+improper
366.23+proctor: tithe farmer
366.23+seducing
366.23+Italian trovatella: foundling
366.24vatellas, the dire daffy damedeaconesses, like (why sighs the
366.24+Motif: Dear Dirty Dublin
366.24+French dame: lady
366.24+French de: of
366.24+French Slang connasse: whore
366.25sootheesinger) the lilliths oft I feldt, and, when booboob brutals
366.25+soothsayer
366.25+Lilith: Adam's wife before Eve, in kabbalistic lore
366.25+Matthew 6:28: 'lilies of the field'
366.25+German Feld: field
366.25+felt
366.25+(Motif: stuttering)
366.25+Brutus and Cassius
366.26and cautiouses only aims at the oggog hogs in the humand, then,
366.26+(in James Hogg's The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, the hero is possessed by a demon)
366.26+eggs
366.26+human
366.26+Latin humandus: requiring burial
366.27(Houtes, Blymey and Torrenation, upkurts and scotchem!) I'll
366.27+blimey and tarnation
366.27+German abkürzen: to shorten
366.27+Motif: Up, guards, and at them!
366.27+Turkish kurt: wolf
366.27+Kurds
366.27+scotch 'em
366.28tall tale tell croon paysecurers, sowill nuggets and nippers, that
366.28+crown prosecutors
366.28+Downing: Digger Dialects 36: 'NUGGET — A short soldier' (World War I Slang)
366.28+Downing: Digger Dialects 35: 'NIP – To cadge (or "Put in the nips")' (i.e. obtain by begging; World War I Slang)
366.28+Slang nipper: thief, pickpocket
366.29thash on me stumpen blows the gaff off mombition and thit thides
366.29+phrase the ash on me stump (of cigar)
366.29+Slang blow the gaff: give away a secret
366.29+William Shakespeare: Julius Caesar III.2.92: 'Ambition should be made of sterner stuff'
366.29+the hides of my arse
366.29+the Ides of March makes a good day to be shot at
366.30or marse makes a good dayle to be shattat. Fall stuff.
366.30+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation dayle: deal
366.30+fall stiff
366.30+Falstaff
366.30+fullstop
366.31     His rote in ere, afstef, was.
366.31+(half-erect penis)
366.31+rod
366.31+air
366.31+half-stiff
366.32     And dong wonged Magongty till the bombtomb of the warr,
366.32+Don Juan
366.32+(fall)
366.32+Spaeth: Read 'Em and Weep 151: (of song (and phrase) Down Went McGinty) 'This familiar phrase is usually finished "to the bottom of the sea," but actually it occurs only once that way in the song which created it'
366.32+wall
366.33thrusshed in his whole soort of cloose.
366.33+thrust in his hole (sodomy)
366.33+dressed in his old suit of clothes
366.34     Whisht who wooed in Weald, bays of Bawshaw binding. The
366.34+Anglo-Irish whist!: silence!
366.34+The Weald of Sussex: central region
366.34+bey: Turkish governor
366.34+bashaw: pasha, high-ranking Turkish officer
366.35desire of Miriam is the despair of Marian as Joh Joseph's beauty
366.35+
366.36is Jacq Jacob's grief. Brow, tell nun; eye, feign sad; mouth, sing
366.36+(modest behaviour)
366.36+Hebrew letters: nun, ayin (eye), fey, sadhe, pe (mouth), sin, mem
366.36+Greek nun: now
366.36+Arabic nun, sad, mim: letters N, S, M
366.36+none


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