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379.01barke's echo! Kick nuck, Knockcastle! Muck! And you'll nose it,
379.01+bark [378.33]
379.01+Ticknock: village, County Dublin
379.01+Motif: Mick/Nick
379.01+Castleknock: area west of Phoenix Park
379.01+Irish muc: pig
379.01+Six Hundred and Seventeen Irish Songs and Ballads 24: song Katy's Letter: 'I loved him faithfully, And he knows it — oh, he knows it — without one word from me' (Katy doesn't put her love's name on the envelope for fear of nosy neighbours; originally, by Lady Dufferin: song Katey's Song)
379.01+William Shakespeare: Hamlet IV.3.36: 'you shall nose him'
379.02O you'll nose it, without warnward from we. We don't know the
379.02+one word from me
379.03sendor to whome. But you'll find Chiggenchugger's taking the
379.03+sender to whom (i.e. of letter)
379.04Treaclyshortcake with Bugle and the Bitch pairsadrawsing and
379.04+phrase take the cake
379.04+Bugle and Bitch: nickname for Hound and Horn magazine
379.04+pair of drawers
379.05Horssmayres Prosession tyghting up under the threes. Stop.
379.05+horse and mare
379.05+Lord-Mayor's procession
379.05+Motif: Stop, please stop... [.05-.06]
379.06Press stop. To press stop. All to press stop. And be the seem
379.06+by the same token
379.07talkin wharabahts hosetanzies, dat sure is sullibrated word! Bing
379.07+what about
379.07+Parnell: hesitency
379.07+German Hose: pants
379.07+German Tanz: dance
379.07+Dutch dat: Anglo-Irish dat: that
379.07+Jespersen: Language, its Nature, Development and Origin 415 (XXI.2): 'A closely related theory is the nativistic, nicknamed the ding-dong, theory according to which there is a mystic harmony between sound and sense' [378.32]
379.07+Motif: Pingpong, the bell for Sechseläuten, and concepit de Saint-Esprit [.07-.08]
379.08bong! Saxolooter, for congesters are salders' prey. Snap it up in
379.08+Saxon looter
379.08+Sechseläuten: Zurich spring festival
379.08+Congested Districts Board in Ireland, late 19th century
379.08+Angelus: Latin 'et concepit de Spiritus Sancto': 'and she conceived of the Holy Ghost'
379.08+French Saint-Esprit: Holy Ghost
379.08+soldier's pay
379.09the loose, patchy the blank! Anyone can see you're the son of a
379.09+loose (Rugby): part of game in which ball is not in possession of any player
379.09+O'Connell (said to have had numerous illegitimate children)
379.10gunnell. Fellow him up too, Carlow! Woes to the worm-
379.10+gunnel: a type of fish
379.10+song Follow Me Up to Carlow
379.10+Latin vae victis: woe to the vanquished
379.11quashed, aye, and wor to the winner! Think of Aerian's Wall and
379.11+Hadrian's Wall
379.12the Fall of Toss. Give him another for to volleyholleydoodlem!
379.12+song Polly Wolly Doodle
379.13His lights not all out yet, the liverpooser! Boohoohoo it oose!
379.13+Slang lights: eyes
379.14With seven hores always in the home of his thinkingthings, his
379.14+Norwegian hores: whores
379.15nodsloddledome of his noiselisslesoughts. Two Idas, two Evas,
379.15+nice little home of his nice little thoughts
379.15+two eyes, two ears, two nostrils and mouth (seven holes) (Motif: 5 senses (touch missing) [086.32])
379.16two Nessies and Rubyjuby. Phook! No wonder, pipes as kirles,
379.16+Irish phúca: hobgoblin
379.16+boys and girls
379.17that he sthings like a rheinbok. One bed night he had the dely-
379.17+German Rhein: the Rhine river
379.17+Dutch bok: he-goat, billy-goat
379.17+Elysian Fields
379.18siums that they were all queens mobbing him. Fell stiff. Oh,
379.18+Queen Mab (sleep)
379.18+Motif: A/O
379.19ho, ho, ho, ah, he, he! Abedicate yourself. It just gegs our goad.
379.19+(*VYC* and *IJ*)
379.19+Jespersen: Language, its Nature, Development and Origin 415 (XXI.2): 'fourth theory, nicknamed the yo-he-ho: under any strong muscular effort it is a relief to the system to let breath come out strongly and repeatedly, and by that process to let the vocal chords vibrate in different ways' [378.32]
379.19+gets our goat
379.20He'll be the deaf of us, pappappoppopcuddle, samblind daiy-
379.20+Motif: ear/eye (deaf, blind)
379.20+Motif: A/O
379.20+Mount Popocatepetl: volcano
379.20+some fine day or other
379.21rudder. Yus, sord, fathe, you woll, putty our wraughther!
379.21+yes, sir
379.21+Italian sordo: deaf [.20]
379.21+Fath: sura forty-eight of the Koran
379.21+Six Hundred and Seventeen Irish Songs and Ballads 23: song Lanty Leary: '"Faith I will," says Lanty Leary'
379.21+German wollen: to want
379.21+Six Hundred and Seventeen Irish Songs and Ballads 40: song Paddy O'Rafther (by Samuel Lover)
379.21+pity our daughter
379.22What we waits be after? Whyfore we come agooding? None of
379.23you, cock icy! You keep that henayearn and her fortycantle glim
379.23+hen of yourn
379.23+forty candlepower
379.23+Slang glim: candle
379.23+Dutch glimlach: smile
379.24lookbehinder. We might do with rubiny leeses. But of all your
379.24+German Rubin: ruby
379.25wanings send us out your peppydecked ales and you'll not be
379.25+nursery rhyme What Are Little Girls Made Of?: 'puppydogs' tails'
379.26such a bad lot. The rye is well for whose amind but the wheateny
379.26+wheaten loaf
379.27one is proper lovely. B E N K! We sincerestly trust that Missus
379.27+[378.17] [.27-.30]
379.28with the kiddies of sweet Gorteen has not B I N K to their very
379.28+Six Hundred and Seventeen Irish Songs and Ballads 7: song The Maid of Sweet Gorteen
379.28+Gorteen, village, County Longford
379.29least tittles deranged if in B U N K and we greesiously augur for
379.30your Meggers a B E N K B A N K B O N K to sloop in with
379.31all sorts of adceterus and adsaturas. It's our last fight, Megantic,
379.31+Latin ceterus: the other
379.31+Latin saturas: stew
379.31+Huddie Ledbetter (a.k.a. Lead Belly): song The Titanic: 'It's your last trip, Titanic, fare thee well!'
379.32fear you will! The refergee's took to hailing to time the pass.
379.32+pass the time
379.33There goes the blackwatchwomen, all in white, flaxed up, pur-
379.33+Black Watch, Highland regiment
379.33+washerwomen [196.01]
379.33+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...blackwatchwomen, all...} | {Png: ...blackwatchwomen all...}
379.33+Birgad: female messenger sent by Finn three times to make terms with his enemies before his last battle [.31] (Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 429-431: 'The Death of Finn')
379.34gad! Right toe, Armitage! Tem for Tam at Timmotty Hall!
379.34+Armitage, a bookseller, was the last 'king of Dalkey' [087.25-.26]
379.34+Tem: creator in Budge: The Book of the Dead [056.34]
379.34+song Tea for Two
379.34+song Finnegan's Wake, chorus: 'Lots of fun at Finnegan's Wake'
379.34+Tammany Hall, New York City (symbol of corrupt democratic politics)
379.34+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Hall! We're...} | {Png: ...Hall. We're...}
379.35We're been carried away. Beyond bournes and bowers. So we'll
379.35+(slain carried away)
379.36leave it to Keyhoe, Danelly and Pykemhyme, the three muskrat-
379.36+Kehoe, Donnelly and Pakenham: Dublin ham curers
379.36+Dumas: The Three Musketeers
379.36+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: 'muskrat-' on 379.36, 'eers' on 380.01} | {Png: 'muskra-' on 379.36, 'teers' on 380.01}

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