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377.01greeding. Angus! Angus! Angus! The keykeeper of the keys of
377.01+Angus of the Brug: foster-father of Diarmuid (Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 379: 'The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne')
377.01+Aengus: Irish love-god
377.01+Latin agnus: lamb
377.01+Latin Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy (the first verse of the Sanctus hymn, which forms part of the Catholic Mass)
377.01+'The overseer of the house of the overseer of the seal, Nu, triumphant, saith:' (frequent introduction in Budge: The Book of the Dead)
377.02the seven doors of the dreamadoory in the house of the house-
377.02+Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 379: 'The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne': (Diarmuid while eloping with Grania) 'made a close warm enclosure thereof, with seven tight slender-narrow doors to it'
377.02+(seven orifices of head [356.05-.06])
377.02+dream story
377.03hold of Hecech saysaith. Whitmore, whatmore? Give it over,
377.03+HEC (Motif: HCE)
377.03+ECH (Motif: HCE)
377.04give it up! Mawgraw! Head of a helo, chesth of champgnon, eye
377.04+Anglo-Irish magraw: my love (from Irish mo ghrádh)
377.04+(format of an Irish triad proverb, e.g. James Joyce: Ulysses.1.732: (three things to beware) 'Horn of a bull, hoof of a horse, smile of a Saxon') [127.29-.30] [136.32-.33]
377.04+H...C...E (Motif: HCE)
377.04+chest of a champion
377.04+French champignon: mushroom, toadstool
377.04+Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 358: 'The Cause of the Battle of Cnucha': 'Cumhall fell by Goll son of Morna. Luchet wounded Goll in his eye, so that he destroyed it. And hence it is that the name Goll (the One-eyed) attached to him'
377.05of a gull! What you'd if he'd. The groom is in the greenhouse,
377.05+nursery rhyme 'The king was in his countinghouse, counting out his money'
377.05+Dublin Slang greenhouse: urinal, public toilet (from the paint colour)
377.06gattling out his. Gun! That lad's the style for. Lannigan's ball!
377.06+R.J. Gatling invented a machine gun
377.06+Six Hundred and Seventeen Irish Songs and Ballads 89: song Lannigan's Ball
377.07Now a drive on the naval! The Shallburn Shock. Never mind
377.07+song The Shan Van Vocht
377.07+Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin
377.07+Shelbourne Rugby Club, Dublin
377.08your gibbous. Slip on your ropen collar and draw the noosebag
377.08+gibbous: hunchbacked
377.08+Slang noose: to marry; to hang
377.09on your head. Nobody will know or heed you, Postumus, if you
377.09+Latin postumus: last, late-born, posthumous
377.09+posthumous (reincarnation)
377.09+Finn was born after his father's death (Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 361: 'The Boyhood Deeds of Finn')
377.10skip round schlymartin by the back and come front sloomutren
377.10+Norwegian skip: ship
377.10+Shielmartin: one of the peaks on Howth
377.11to beg in one of the shavers' sailorsuits. Three climbs three-
377.11+three times three
377.11+nine of Finn's men, all named Garb, were killed by Diarmuid in the quicken tree by his throwing them down in his own appearance so that the others attacked them (Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 402: 'The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne')
377.12quickenthrees in the garb of nine. We'll split to see you mouldem
377.12+quicken trees (Diarmuid and Grania hid from Finn in one)
377.12+Polish garb: hump, hunch
377.12+Latin multum in parvo: much in little
377.13imparvious. A wing for oldboy Welsey Wandrer! Well spat,
377.13+Dublin Slang wing: penny
377.13+wing: position in rugby
377.13+Old Wesley: Irish Rugby Football club
377.13+Wellesley (Wellington)
377.13+Wanderers: Irish Rugby Football club
377.13+Diarmuid, hiding in the quicken tree of Dubros from Finn and Ossian playing chess below, throws berries at men on the board, prompting Ossian to move and win (Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 400-401: 'The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne')
377.14witty wagtail! Now piawn to bishop's forthe! Moove. There's
377.14+wagtail (bird)
377.14+Slang wagtail: whore
377.14+pawn to bishop's fourth (opening chess move in Queen's Gambit)
377.14+James Joyce: A Portrait V: 'Pawn to king's fourth'
377.15Mumblesome Wadding Murch cranking up to the hornemooni-
377.15+Mendelssohn's Wedding March
377.16um. Drawg us out Ivy Eve in the Hall of Alum! The finnecies of
377.16+James Joyce: Dubliners: 'Ivy Day in the Committee Room'
377.16+Eve and Adam
377.16+Hill of Allen: Finn's headquarters, County Kildare
377.16+Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 357: 'The Cause of the Battle of Cnucha': 'A stronghold was built by the druid then in Almu, and alamu (lime) was rubbed to its wall, until it was all white; and perhaps it was from that the name "Almu" was applied to it'
377.16+Finneces: poet to whom Finn went to learn poetry and for whom he cooked the salmon of wisdom (Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 365: 'The Boyhood Deeds of Finn')
377.16+French fiançailles: betrothal
377.16+Swift's Vanessa
377.17poetry wed music. Feeling the jitters? You'll be as tight as Trivett
377.17+phrase as right as two trivets
377.18when the knot's knutted on. Now's your never! Peena and
377.18+Norwegian knute: knot
377.18+knotted (i.e. hanging)
377.18+phrase now or never
377.18+Motif: P/Q
377.19Queena are duetting a giggle-for-giggle and the brideen Alan-
377.19+song Eileen Alannah
377.19+Anglo-Irish alanna: my child, my darling (endearment; from Irish a leanbh)
377.20nah is lost in her diamindwaiting. What a magnificent gesture
377.20+diamond wedding
377.20+do you mind waiting
377.21you will show us this gallus day. Clean and easy, be the hooker!
377.21+Latin gallus: cock
377.21+C...E...H (Motif: HCE)
377.21+hooker: position in rugby
377.22And a free for croaks after. Dovlen are out for it. So is Rathfinn.
377.22+free kick
377.22+massacre by British troops of Irish leaving football game in Croke Park, Dublin, 1920
377.22+Motif: dove/raven
377.22+Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 417: 'The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne': (of Diarmuid) 'At Rath Finn he met his death'
377.23And, hike, here's the hearse and four horses with the interpro-
377.23+Anglo-Irish hike!: stop!, halt!, go back! (call to horse)
377.23+Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
377.23+Ireland had interprovincial rugby matches among the four provinces since the late 19th century
377.23+(the four provinces of Ireland can be connected by lines to form the shape of a diagonal cross)
377.24vincial crucifixioners throwing lots inside to know whose to be
377.24+the soldiers who crucified Jesus cast lots for his seemless robe [.34] [.36]
377.24+who is
377.25their gosson and whereas to brake the news to morhor. How
377.25+Anglo-Irish gossoon: French gosse: young lad
377.25+who is
377.25+song Break the News to Mother
377.26our myterbilder his fullen aslip. And who will wager but he'll
377.26+Danish myter: myths
377.26+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: The Master Builder (falls to his death at the end of the play)
377.26+has fallen asleep
377.26+Slang full: drunk
377.27Shonny Bhoy be, the fleshlumpfleeter from Poshtapengha and all
377.27+song Sonny Boy
377.27+Irish Seón Buidhe: 'Yellow John' (i.e. Englishman)
377.27+flashlamp [404.13]
377.27+Irish post pingne: penny post
377.27+Motif: pen/post
377.28he bares sobsconcious inklings shadowed on soulskin. Its segnet
377.28+Italian sconcio: obscene
377.28+(ink on skin) [185.35-.36]
377.28+Danish solskin: sunshine
377.28+Dutch segne: sink
377.28+German segnet: bless
377.29yores, the strake of a hin. Nup. Laying the cloth, to fore of them.
377.29+Nautical strake: unit of depth
377.29+song A Stroke of the Pen
377.29+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation hin: hen
377.29+the four
377.29+song One More Drink for the Four of Us
377.30And thanking the fish, in core of them. To pass the grace for
377.30+Motif: Grace before/after fish
377.30+French encore: more
377.30+Motif: So pass the fish for Christ sake, Amen
377.31Gard sake! Ahmohn. Mr Justician Matthews and Mr Justician
377.31+Motif: A/O
377.31+German Mohn: poppy
377.31+Motif: 4 evangelists (Mamalujo) (*X*)
377.32Marks and Mr Justician Luk de Luc and Mr Justinian Johnston-
377.32+phrase loop the loop
377.33Johnson. And the aaskart, see, behind! Help, help, hurray! All-
377.33+Norwegian aas: hill
377.33+German Aas: carrion
377.33+Asgard: Norse home of the Gods
377.33+Norwegian kart: German Karte: map
377.33+phrase hip, hip, hurray! (cheer)
377.34sup, allsop! Four ghools to nail! Cut it down, mates, look slippy!
377.34+Allsop's ale
377.34+four ghouls (*X*)
377.34+four goals to nil
377.34+(nail to cross [.24] [.36])
377.35They've got a dathe with a swimminpull. Dang! Ding! Dong!
377.35+date with a swimmingpool
377.36Dung! Dinnin. Isn't it great he is swaying above us for his good
377.36+(crucified [.24] [.34] or hanged)

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