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371.01stainks! Porterfillyers and spirituous suncksters, oooom oooom!
371.01+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...stainks! Porterfillyers...} | {Png: ...stainks. Porterfillyers...}
371.01+Latin Pater, Filius and Spiritus Sanctus: Father, Son and Holy Spirit
371.01+home
371.01+Amen
371.02     As these vitupetards in his boasum he did strongleholder,
371.02+vituperation
371.02+vipers in his bosom
371.02+bosun: boatswain, an officer in a ship in charge of the deck, sails, riggings, etc.
371.02+French petard: fart
371.02+stranglehold
371.03bushbrows, nobblynape, swinglyswanglers, sunkentrunk, that
371.03+Huldrych Zwingli: 16th century leader of the Reformation in Zurich
371.03+Sunken Road ('Hohle Gasse'), where William Tell waited for tyrant Gessler
371.04from tin of this clucken hadded runced slapottleslup. For him
371.04+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation tin: ten
371.04+ten o'clock
371.04+German Glocken: bells
371.04+had rinsed bottles up
371.05had hord from fard a piping. As? Of?
371.05+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. XIV, 'Iceland', 236a: 'Hord's Saga (980) is the life of a band of outlaws on Whalesfirth, and especially of their leader Hord'
371.05+heard from far
371.05+Motif: A/O
371.06     Dour douchy was a sieguldson. He cooed that loud nor he
371.06+(dislikes showers)
371.06+Irish deoch an dorais: parting drink
371.06+Fitzpatrick: Dublin, Historical and Topographical Account 253: (of 18th century castrato tenor Tenducci) 'the great aria of an Italian named Tenducci in Dr. Arne's opera of Artaxerxes... was ridiculed by the Dublin gamins in the street song — 'Tenducci was a Piper's son, And he was in love when he was young, And all the tunes that he could play Was "Water parted from the say!"' [371.18] [371.30] [372.25] [373.09]
371.06+*S*
371.06+coo/caw (Motif: dove/raven [.07])
371.06+Danish naar: when
371.07was young. He cud bad caw nor he was gray Like wather parted
371.07+young/gray
371.07+Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales, The Prologue, 74: 'His hors were good, but he was nat gay'
371.07+could
371.07+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation wather: water
371.08from the say.
371.08+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation say: sea
371.09     Ostia, lift it! Lift at it, Ostia! From the say! Away from the say!
371.09+Italian ostia: Host
371.09+Ostia: seaport of Rome
371.09+Hosty, lift it [046.23]
371.09+(lift fish)
371.10     Himhim. Himhim.
371.10+(11pm clock chimes) [370.34]
371.10+hymn
371.11     Hearhasting he, himmed, reromembered all the chubbs, chipps,
371.11+(*S*)
371.11+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...himmed, reromembered...} | {Png: ...himmed reromembered...}
371.11+remembered
371.11+[045.28]
371.11+Slang chubbs: large breasts
371.11+Slang chippy: loose woman, prostitute
371.12chaffs, chuckinpucks and chayney chimebells That he had mistri-
371.12+Anglo-Irish chainey: china, bits of broken cups and saucers
371.12+masturbated
371.13buted in port, pub, park, pantry and poultryhouse, While they,
371.13+(customers)
371.14thered, the others, that are, were most emulously concerned to
371.14+
371.15cupturing the last dropes of summour down through their
371.15+capturing
371.15+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song 'Tis the Last Rose of Summer [air: Groves of Blarney]
371.15+drops (of alcohol)
371.16grooves of blarneying. Ere the sockson locked at the dure. Which
371.16+*S*
371.16+Saxon
371.16+locked up the door
371.16+knocked at the door
371.17he would, shuttinshure. And lave them to sture.
371.17+certain sure
371.17+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation lave: leave
371.17+Norwegian sture: mope
371.18     For be all rules of sport 'tis right That youth bedower'd to
371.18+[371.06] [371.30] [372.25] [373.09]
371.18+German bedauert: regrets, is sorry for
371.19charm the night Whilst age is dumped to mind the day When
371.19+damned
371.20wather parted from the say.
371.20+
371.21     The humming, it's coming. Insway onsway.
371.21+[044.19]
371.21+Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, 1906, 211: (piece of automatic writing) 'Write the sound. Fin is ill — Fin do you not hear? R get the next word for me. Fin-sway that is the sound — listen again fin sway out in on'
371.22     Fingool MacKishgmard Obesume Burgearse Benefice, He was
371.22+Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (Oscar Wilde's full name) [046.18]
371.22+Finn MacCool
371.22+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation kish: kiss
371.22+Kierkegaard
371.22+French merde: shit
371.22+Czech Slang mrd-: fuck-
371.22+obese
371.22+Latin Obedientia Civium Urbis Felicitas: Citizens' Obedience is City's Happiness (Motif: Obedientia Civium Urbis Felicitas (Dublin motto))
371.22+Spanish beso: kiss
371.22+German Bürgers: of the citizen
371.22+bugger
371.22+arse
371.22+Boniface: generic as a proper name of innkeepers
371.23bowen hem and scrapin him in recolcitrantament to the right-
371.23+bowing
371.23+scraping
371.23+recalcitrant
371.24about And these probenopubblicoes clamatising for an extinsion
371.24+Latin pro bono publico: for the public good
371.24+(patrons)
371.24+C...E...H (Motif: HCE)
371.24+Latin clamator: bawler
371.24+clamouring
371.24+extension (of closing time)
371.25on his hostillery With his chargehand bombing their eres. Tids,
371.25+Hosty
371.25+hostelry
371.25+HC...E (Motif: HCE)
371.25+(church chiming)
371.25+Hebrew erets: earth
371.25+ears
371.25+Danish tid: time
371.25+'Time, gentlemen, please' (closing time in pub)
371.26genmen, plays, she been goin shoother off almaynoother on-
371.26+German alle Minuten: any minute
371.26+Maynooth College: the chief Catholic seminary for priests in Ireland [370.34]
371.27awares.
371.27+
371.28     You here nort farwellens rouster? Ashiffle ashuffle the wayve
371.28+hear not?
371.28+Danish farvelens røster: calls of farewell (literally 'voices of farewell')
371.28+Henrik Ibsen: other works: Borte! (Gone!): 'farvellets rester tog nattevinden': 'Good-bye — and the rest The night wind swallowed' (Norwegian)
371.28+German Wellen: waves
371.28+away they shuffle
371.29they.
371.29+
371.30     From Dancingtree till Suttonstone There's lads no lie would
371.30+[371.06] [371.18] [372.25] [373.09]
371.30+Dunsink Observatory, Dublin
371.30+Motif: tree/stone
371.30+isthmus of Sutton joins Howth and mainland
371.30+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...There's...} | {Png: ...Theres...}
371.31filch a crown To mull their sack and brew their tay With wather
371.31+Anglo-Irish tay: tea
371.32parted from the say.
371.32+
371.33     Lelong Awaindhoo's a selverbourne enrouted to Rochelle
371.33+along
371.33+Awin-Dhoo river, Isle of Man (literally 'Black River')
371.33+Silverburn river, Isle of Man
371.33+Norwegian elver: rivers
371.33+Rochell Lane: old name of Back Lane, Dublin
371.34Lane and liberties those Mullinguard minstrelsers are marshal-
371.34+Liberties, Dublin, near Back Lane
371.34+Mullingar: town, County Westmeath
371.34+Mullingar Inn, Chapelizod
371.34+Marshalsea Prison, Dublin
371.34+marshaling
371.35sing, par tunepiped road, under where, perked on hollowy hill, that
371.35+French par: by
371.35+Mullingar Road, Dublin, was a turnpike until 1853
371.35+underwear
371.35+perched
371.35+The Hollow, Phoenix Park (bandstand)
371.36poor man of Lyones, good Dook Weltington, hugon come er-
371.36+'Poor Men of Lyons': followers of Peter Waldo, 12th century
371.36+Duke of Wellington
371.36+pantomime Dick Whittington [371.36-372.02] [372.17]
371.36+Wellington Monument: obelisk in Phoenix Park
371.36+HCE (Motif: HCE)
371.36+Huguenots
371.36+Anglo-Irish Erin: Ireland


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