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604.01peechy. Say he that saw him that saw! Man shall sharp run
604.01+Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 387: 'The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne': (during Diarmuid's pursuit, he was asked after by foreigners who failed to recognise him and replied, truthfully but misleadingly) 'I have seen him that saw him to-day'
604.02do a get him. Ask no more, Jerry mine, Roga's voice! No
604.02+Jeremaiah
604.02+gentlemen
604.02+Roga [602.12-.13] [.18]
604.03pice soorkabatcha. The bog which puckerooed the posy. The
604.03+Downing: Digger Dialects 60: 'PICE — Money' (World War I Slang)
604.03+peace
604.03+Downing: Digger Dialects 60: 'SOORKABATCHA — Son of a pig' (World War I Slang; Motif: Son of a bitch)
604.03+Russian Bog: God
604.03+boy
604.03+Downing: Digger Dialects 59: 'PUCKERO — Take; seize. POZI — Jam. "Who puckerood the pozi?" Who took the jam?"' (World War I Slang)
604.04vinebranch of Heremonheber on Bregia's plane where Teffia lies
604.04+Weekly Irish Times 18 Jul 1936, 4: 'Irish Family Names: Finnegan': (ancient Finnegan family crest) 'A vine-branch leaved vert fructed proper' [.05]
604.04+Finnegan family said to descend from Heremon
604.04+Heremon and Heber: legendary progenitors of Irish race
604.04+Bregia: tribal land (a plain between the river Liffey and Boyne), County Meath, originally Heber's, taken by Heremon
604.04+Finnegans originated in Bregia and may have spread to Teffia
604.04+Teffia: tribal land, County Westmeath, west of Bregia
604.05is leaved invert and fructed proper but the cublic hatches endnot
604.05+left
604.05+Heraldry inverted: turned inward
604.05+Heraldry vert: green
604.05+Heraldry fructed: having fruit
604.05+Heraldry proper: in natural colouring
604.05+CHE (Motif: HCE)
604.05+public houses are not (Motif: P/K)
604.06open yet for hourly rincers' mess. Read Higgins, Cairns and Egen.
604.06+early risers' Mass
604.06+HCE (Motif: HCE)
604.06+Higgins and Egan families figure in lineage of Finnegans
604.06+John Eliot Cairns: Irish political economist
604.06+James Joyce: Ulysses.3.164: 'Kevin Egan of Paris'
604.07Malthus is yet lukked in close. Withun. How swathed there-
604.07+T.R. Malthus: 19th century British scholar, noted for his theories about population growth being inevitably checked by insufficient food resources
604.07+malt-house: building in which malt is prepared and stored
604.07+Danish hus: house
604.07+Danish lukket: shut
604.07+within
604.07+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Echo: 'How sweet the answer Echo makes' [air: The Wren]
604.08answer alcove makes theirinn! Besoakers loiter on. And primi-
604.08+their inn
604.08+therein
604.08+Swedish besökare: visitor
604.08+soakers (boozers)
604.08+(first) libation
604.08+Italian prelibato: tasty, dainty
604.09libatory solicates of limon sodias will be absorbable. It is
604.09+silicates
604.09+silica, lime and soda fused in manufacture of glass
604.09+French limon: mud
604.09+lemon sodas
604.10not even yet the engine of the load with haled morries full of
604.10+EHC (Motif: HCE)
604.10+Matthew 1:20: 'angel of the Lord'
604.10+Angelus: 'The Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary...' (said at six in the morning, at noon, and at six in the evening)
604.10+road
604.10+'Hail Mary, full of grace!' (morning prayers)
604.10+Morris truck
604.10+lorries
604.11crates, you mattinmummur, for dombell dumbs? Sure and 'tis
604.11+(milk crates)
604.11+Italian mattino: dawn
604.11+matins: morning prayers
604.11+Lord's Prayer: 'Thy kingdom come'
604.12not then. The greek Sideral Reulthway, as it havvents, will soon
604.12+Great Siberian Railway
604.12+sideral: caused by the stars, coming from the stars, of the stars, starry
604.12+Greek sidêrios: made of iron
604.12+Irish réal: star
604.12+happens
604.12+Norwegian avvente: await
604.12+Italian avventarsi: to rush
604.13be starting a smooth with its first single hastencraft. Danny buz-
604.13+Swedish hästkraft: horsepower
604.13+Slang buzzer: motorcar
604.13+buses
604.14zers instead of the vialact coloured milk train on the fartykket
604.14+Latin Via Lactea: Milky Way
604.14+Motif: red/violet
604.14+Father Finn: all works: On the Run
604.14+Swedish fartyget: the vessel, the ship
604.14+fare ticket
604.14+German Fahrplan: schedule, itinerary
604.15plan run with its endless gallaxion of rotatorattlers and the smool-
604.15+Greek ho galaxias: Milky Way
604.15+galaxy
604.15+collection
604.15+potato
604.15+Swedish smultron: wild strawberry
604.15+small train
604.16troon our elderens rememberem as the scream of the service,
604.16+Swedish eldaren: the stoker
604.16+German Eltern: parents
604.16+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Let Erin Remember the Days of Old
604.16+(whistle)
604.16+cream
604.17Strubry Bess. Also the waggonwobblers are still yet everdue to
604.17+The Strawberry Beds, Chapelizod
604.17+Dutch bes: berry
604.17+Ursa Major also called The Waggon
604.17+Motif: 4 elements (earth, air, water, fire)
604.17+(rocks)
604.17+dew
604.18precipitate after night's combustion. Aspect, Shamus Rogua or!
604.18+Italian aspetta!: wait!
604.18+Shem
604.18+shamrock
604.18+Roga [602.12-.13] [.02]
604.18+rogue
604.18+Motif: A/O
604.18+French or: gold
604.19Taceate and! Hagiographice canat Ecclesia. Which aubrey our
604.19+Latin tacete: be silent!
604.19+HCE (Motif: HCE)
604.19+Latin hagiographice canat Ecclesia: the church sings hagiographically
604.19+John Aubrey: Brief Lives
604.19+French aube: dawn
604.19+first ray (of dawn)
604.20first shall show. Inattendance who is who is will play that's what's
604.20+
604.21that to what's that, what.
604.21+
604.22     Oyes! Oyeses! Oyesesyeses! The primace of the Gaulls, pro-
604.22+{{Synopsis: IV.1.1.P: [604.22-604.26]: a radio announcement — a gale warning}}
604.22+Archaic Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!: Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! (traditional call of a public crier or court official; from Old French oyez!: hear ye!)
604.22+[470.15-.20]
604.22+primate
604.22+Irish gall: foreigner [.24]
604.22+protonotary: member of college of twelve prelates who register papal acts, keep records, etc.
604.23tonotorious, I yam as I yam, mitrogenerand in the free state on
604.23+notorious
604.23+Popeye the Sailor (1930s American cartoon character): 'I yam what I yam'
604.23+Exodus 3:14: 'I AM THAT I AM'
604.23+free nitrogen (atmospheric)
604.23+Irish Free State
604.24the air, is now aboil to blow a Gael warning. Inoperation Eyr-
604.24+about
604.24+Motif: Gall/Gael (Viking foreigner/Irish native) [.22]
604.24+gale warning
604.24+Ireland's Eye: small island off Howth
604.25lands Eyot, Meganesia, Habitant and the onebut thousand insels,
604.25+eyot: small island
604.25+Greek mega: big
604.25+Melanesia
604.25+1001 (The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night)
604.25+Spaeth: Read 'Em and Weep 122: (of song The Eastern Train) 'The editor first heard it in the late 'Nineties (when it was already an old song) while camping in the Thousand Islands'
604.25+Thousand Islands, Saint Lawrence river, Canada
604.25+German Insel: island
604.26Western and Osthern Approaches.
604.26+Western Approaches: Atlantic searoutes to British and Irish ports
604.26+German Ost: east
604.26+German Ostern: Easter
604.27     Of Kevin, of increate God the servant, of the Lord Creator a
604.27+{{Synopsis: IV.1.2.A: [604.27-606.12]: the tale of Saint Kevin at Glendalough — concentrically concentrating on the regeneration of man by water}}
604.27+(seven occurrences Cluster: Create in the tale)
604.27+Archaic increate: (of God) not created (Cluster: Create)
604.27+creator (Cluster: Create)
604.28filial fearer, who, given to the growing grass, took to the tall tim-
604.28+fear of the Lord (Cluster: 7 Gifts of the Holy Ghost, in reverse order of the common one)
604.28+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...who, given...} | {Png: ...who given...}
604.28+Downing: Digger Dialects 27, 56: 'GRASS — Issue tobacco... GRASS — Hair' (World War I Slang)
604.28+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...grass, took...} | {Png: ...grass took...}
604.28+Downing: Digger Dialects 49: 'TAKE TO THE TALL TIMBER (vb.) — Abscond' (World War I Slang)
604.28+Motif: Tom, Dick and Harry
604.29ber, slippery dick the springy heeler, as we have seen, so we
604.29+Downing: Digger Dialects 45, 42: 'SLIPPERY-DICK — See RUBBER-HEELED JACK... RUBBER HEEL JACK — A German high velocity field gun, whose shells travel too fast to be heard' (World War I Slang)
604.29+slippery dick: a name of a type of wrasse
604.29+Springheeled Dick: character in boys' comics
604.29+Downing: Digger Dialects 47: 'SPRING-HEEL — A man who, on joining a fighting unit, immediately finds a means of leaving it' (World War I Slang)
604.29+Psalms 48:8: 'As we have heard, so have we seen in the city of the Lord of hosts, in the city of our God' (Motif: ear/eye)
604.30have heard, what we have received, that we have transmitted,
604.30+Anglican Grace: 'For what we have received may the Lord make us truly thankful'
604.31thus we shall hope, this we shall pray till, in the search for
604.31+
604.32love of knowledge through the comprehension of the unity in
604.32+
604.33altruism through stupefaction, it may again how it may again,
604.33+
604.34shearing aside the four wethers and passing over the dainty daily
604.34+Motif: Dear Dirty Dublin
604.35dairy and dropping by the way the lapful of live coals and
604.35+Lupita proved her chastity by carrying live coals without getting burned
604.36smoothing out Nelly Nettle and her lad of mettle, full of stings,
604.36+Saint Kevin at the age of twelve took refuge in a nettle shrub from a pretty girl chasing him, then stung her with nettles until she apologised and promised to dedicate herself to God
604.36+Slang mettle: semen


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