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446.01multipede like the sands on Amberhann! Sevenheavens, O heaven!
446.01+multiply
446.01+ampersands
446.01+sons of Abraham
446.01+Abraham rules the Muslim seventh heaven
446.01+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Amberhann! Sevenheavens...} | {Png: ...Amberhann. Sevenheavens...}
446.01+VI.B.14.179f (r): '7 heavens'
446.02Iy waount yiou! yore ways to melittleme were wonderful so
446.02+I warrant you, your
446.02+want
446.02+you and I
446.02+I.O.U.
446.02+belittle me
446.03Ickam purseproud in sending uym loveliest pansiful thoughts
446.03+Dutch ik: I
446.03+Slang purseproud: lecherous
446.03+you my
446.03+the word 'pansy' derives from French pensée: thought
446.03+fanciful
446.04touching me dash in-you through wee dots Hyphen, the so
446.04+dashes and dots (Morse code)
446.04+hymen
446.05pretty arched godkin of beddingnights. If I've proved to your
446.05+arch
446.05+godkin: little god
446.05+Slang bodkin: penis
446.05+bodkin of weddingnights (The Dead)
446.06sallysfashion how I'm a man of Armor let me so, let me sue, let
446.06+satisfaction
446.06+Cornish armor: a wave or surge of the sea
446.06+Armorica (Tristan)
446.06+armour (knight)
446.06+Slang fight in armour: use condom
446.06+French amour: love
446.06+honour
446.07me see your isabellis. How I shall, should I survive, as, please the
446.07+Isabelle (*I*)
446.07+French déshabillé: undressed
446.07+belly
446.07+VI.B.1.091e (r): 'O how I wd kiss you' [.10-.11]
446.08uniter of U.M.I. hearts, I am living in hopes to do, replacing
446.08+VI.A.0641bx-by (g): 'God, Healer of Wounds, Uniter of Hearts' (only last three words crayoned)
446.08+You am I [.18]
446.08+song You Are My Heart's Delight
446.08+song 'It's still I live in hopes to see, The Holy Ground once more'
446.09mig wandering handsup in yawers so yeager for mitch, positively
446.09+Danish mig: me
446.09+my wandering hands up in
446.09+answer
446.09+yours so eager for me
446.09+German mich: me
446.10cover the two pure chicks of your comely plumpchake with
446.10+cheeks
446.10+(buttocks)
446.10+plumcake
446.11zuccherikissings, hong, kong, and so gong, that I'd scare the bats
446.11+Italian zuccheri: sugars
446.11+sugary kissings
446.11+Hong Kong
446.11+so on
446.11+Colloquial phrase bats in the belfry: eccentric, mad
446.12out of the ivfry one of those puggy mornings, honestly, by my
446.12+VI.B.5.048a (r): 'honestly I will *V*' [.12-.13]
446.13rantandog and daddyoak I will, become come coming when,
446.13+Dialect ran-tan: loud banging noise; drunken riot
446.13+song The Rantin' Dog, the Daddy o't
446.14upon the mingling of our meeting waters, wish to wisher, like
446.14+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Meeting of the Waters (Cluster: John McCormack's Repertoire)
446.14+Dublin Slang wish: female genitalia
446.14+Motif: mishe/tauf [.18]
446.15massive mountains to part no more, you will there and then, in
446.15+
446.16those happy moments of ouryour soft accord, rainkiss on me
446.16+kiss me back
446.17back, for full marks with shouldered arms, and in that united
446.17+Shoulder Arms: a 1918 Charlie Chaplin film
446.18I.R.U. stade, when I come (touf! touf!) wildflier's fox into my
446.18+Irish Rugby Union
446.18+I are You [.08]
446.18+French stade: stadium (in 1923, Joyce attended a France-Ireland rugby match at the Stade de Colombes) [457.02]
446.18+Danish stade: stall, stand
446.18+tauf [.14]
446.18+wild geese: Irish Jacobites who went to continent after defeat in 1591 [.19]
446.18+Fox and Geese: district of Dublin
446.19own greengeese again, swap sweetened smugs, six of one for half
446.19+Slang green geese: whores
446.19+phrase six of one and half a dozen of the other
446.19+Dialect smugging: caressing, fondling (James Joyce: Ulysses.12.807: 'hugging and smugging'; James Joyce: A Portrait I: 'smugging' (here referring to schoolboy homosexuality))
446.20a dozen of the other, till they'll bet we're the cuckoo derby
446.20+
446.21when cherries next come back to Ealing as come they must, as
446.21+Slang cherry: young girl
446.21+song Wenn die Schwalben heimwarts ziehn
446.21+song Come Back to Erin (Motif: L/R)
446.21+Ealing: suburb of London
446.21+VI.B.14.084c (g): 'come it must'
446.22they musted in their past, as they must for my pressing season,
446.22+past, present, future
446.23as hereinafter must they chirrywill immediately suant on my
446.23+will
446.23+Obsolete suant: following, ensuing
446.24safe return to ignorance and bliss in my horseless Coppal Poor,
446.24+VI.B.6.115f (r): 'Where ignorance was bliss (Eden Erin)'
446.24+Thomas Gray: Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College 99-100: 'Where ignorance is bliss 'Tis folly to be wise'
446.24+Irish capall: horse
446.24+German Koppel: paddock
446.25through suirland and noreland, kings country and queens, with
446.25+French sud: south
446.25+Suir and Nore rivers are both in South Ireland
446.25+French nord: north
446.25+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...noreland, kings...} | {Png: ...noreland kings...}
446.25+King's and Queen's Counties: County Offaly and County Leix
446.26my ropes of pearls for gamey girls the way ye'll hardly. Knowme.
446.26+VI.B.16.131m (r): '*V* ropes of pearls'
446.26+Key: John McCormack, His Own Life Story 322: (of a pearl given to McCormack as a gift, supposedly large and worn at the centre of Mrs McCormack's necklace) 'the pearl, though a beautiful one, was not large — nor is it the center one in Mrs. McCormack's string, though it forms part of it'
446.26+gamey: spirited
446.26+song Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye
446.27     Slim ye, come slum with me and rally rats' roundup! 'Tis
446.27+{{Synopsis: III.2.2A.K: [446.27-448.33]: he speaks of their plans to clean up the possibly dear, but certainly dirty, Dublin — he will soon stop his hiking}}
446.27+[[Speaker: Jaun]]
446.27+Christopher Marlowe: The Passionate Shepherd to his Love: 'Come live with me, and be my love'
446.27+alley cats
446.27+French Slang rat: whore
446.27+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...roundup! 'Tis...} | {Png: ...roundup. 'Tis...}
446.28post purification we will, sales of work and social service,
446.28+VI.B.5.070b (r): 'purify the post'
446.28+(we will supply)
446.29missus, completing our Abelite union by the adoptation of
446.29+Abelites: a 4th century Christian sect abstained from sex and adopted children
446.30fosterlings. Embark for Euphonia! Up Murphy, Henson and
446.30+euphonia: pleasing effect of sounds free from harshness
446.30+Murphy, Hernon and Dwyer: Dublin city commissioners 1924-30
446.31O'Dwyer, the Warchester Warders! I'll put in a shirt time
446.31+Anthony Trollope: Barchester Towers
446.31+Manchester Martyrs: three Fenians executed in 1867 for helping Fenian chiefs to escape
446.31+Anthony Trollope: The Warden
446.31+short
446.32if you'll get through your shift and between us in our shared
446.32+shirtsleeves
446.33slaves, brace to brassiere and shouter to shunter, we'll pull off our
446.33+VI.B.16.122l (r): 'shoulder to shoulder'
446.33+Key: John McCormack, His Own Life Story 227: 'a wife who has stood shoulder to shoulder with her husband from the beginning of his career'
446.34working programme. Come into the garden guild and be free
446.34+Work in Progress: Joyce's name for Finnegans Wake during composition
446.34+Alfred Lord Tennyson: other works: Maud, XXII.I: 'Come into the garden, Maud, I am here at the gate alone'
446.34+Motif: Gaping Gill [.35]
446.35of the gape athome! We'll circumcivicise all Dublin country.
446.35+great unknown
446.35+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...athome! We'll...} | {Png: ...athome. We'll...}
446.35+county
446.36Let us, the real Us, all ignite in our prepurgatory grade as apos-
446.36+(royal plural) [062.26]
446.36+Saint Ignatius Loyola
446.36+unite
446.36+preparatory
446.36+purgatory
446.36+apostles


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