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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
371.02     As these vitupetards in his boasum he did strongleholder,
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
371.03bushbrows, 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+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+Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales, The Prologue, 74: 'His hors were good, but he was nat gay'
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]
371.11     Hearhasting he, himmed, reromembered all the chubbs, chipps,
371.11+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...himmed, reromembered...} | {Png: ...himmed reromembered...}
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
371.13buted in port, pub, park, pantry and poultryhouse, While they,
371.14thered, the others, that are, were most emulously concerned to
371.15cupturing the last dropes of summour down through their
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+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
371.20wather parted from the say.
371.21     The humming, it's coming. Insway onsway.
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+French merde: shit
371.22+Czech Slang mrd-: fuck-
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+Boniface: generic as a proper name of innkeepers
371.23bowen hem and scrapin him in recolcitrantament to the right-
371.24about And these probenopubblicoes clamatising for an extinsion
371.24+Latin pro bono publico: for the public good
371.24+C...E...H (Motif: HCE)
371.24+Latin clamator: bawler
371.24+extension (of closing time)
371.25on his hostillery With his chargehand bombing their eres. Tids,
371.25+HC...E (Motif: HCE)
371.25+(church chiming)
371.25+Hebrew erets: earth
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]
371.28     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
371.30     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.
371.33     Lelong Awaindhoo's a selverbourne enrouted to Rochelle
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
371.35sing, 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+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+Anglo-Irish Erin: Ireland

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