okey dokey - O.K. + dobro (Serbian) - good + Ukraine.

scutter - to go hastily with much fuss and bustle, as from excitement or timidity + Sutter - whose creek ran gold, 1849 + scutter (Irish) - to squitter, to have diarrhoea; diarrhoea + scatterer of gold. 

guld - marigold + guld (Danish) - gold + FSTD: (7) [[Scutterer of guld!] (8) Here furry glum, there fairy poss. And the buddies behide in the byre.]

retour (fr) - return + stutterer of guilt, he is notorious on every road.

lyudskoi (Russian) - human + lyudskyi vischod (Ruthenian) - origin of man.

fichid (fikhid') (geal) - twenty + vischod (Ruthenian) - germination of seed + fitchet - polecat + son of a bitch.

Walsh, William John (1841-1921) - Catholic archbishop of Dublin, helped bring down Parnell + wash and brush up - notice in English men's public toilets.

boney = bony - skinny, lean, made of bones + Boney - Napoleon + 'On the bonny bonny banks of Loch Lomond' (song).

bogey - fig. An object of terror or dread; a bugbear.

with (one’s) tongue in (one’s) cheek - with sly irony or humorous insincerity + {Butt describes the background of the scene - spirits rise with riddles, games, music and song}

(forefinger)

Rutene (Russian) - Ruthenian

impassible - incapable of feeling or emotion; impassive, insensible, unimpressible

abject - one cast off; a castaway, an outcast; a degraded person + objects

misto (it) - mixed + mistomist (Ruthenian) - town of towns, town of bridges (from Ruthenian misto: town, city, place and Ruthenian mist: bridge) + misty mist

lyisny (Ruthenian) - woody, foresty + luhy (Ruthenian) - meadows + Lyisna and Luh are tributaries of the Bug river, Ukraine.

Julian Alps - range of the Eastern Alps, extending southeastward from the Carnic Alps (q.v.) and the town of Tarvisio in northeastern Italy to near the city of Ljubljana in Slovenia.

hoofd (Dutch) - head + Howth.

ribeiro (Portuguese) - brook + ribiero (Provençal) - river.                      

TRULOCK, HARRISS, AND RICHARDSON, LTD - Gunsmiths, at 9 Dawsom Street around the turn of the century. The brothers Trulock were also gunsmiths, at 13 Parliament Street. Bloom was nearly shot near one of their establishments + Loch Lomond (song): 'But me and my true love will never meet again'.

Carhaix - town in Brittany, Dept of Cotes du Nord. In Bedier's Tristan and Isolde, Tristan dies there after raising the siege of the keep and marrying Iseult of the White Hands. The region to the W. abounds in standing stones (menhirs), like Stonehenge + carraig (korig) (geal) - rock + karha (Ruthenian) - hag.

lamentation - the passionate and demonstrative activity of expressing grief + Lamentatons - the title of one of the poetical books of the Old Testament, traditionally ascribed to the prophet Jeremiah, and having for its subject the destruction of Jerusalem by the Chaldeans + Loch Lomond - a freshwater Scottish loch. It is the largest loch/lake in Great Britain.

Ogham writing + Thomas Moore, song: Forget Not the Field [air: The Lamentation of Aughrim] + REFERENCE

warful - bellicose

Dane - a native or subject of Denmark; in older usage including all the Northmen who invaded England from the 9th to the 11th c.

bothem = bottom (obs.) + Woeful Dane Bottom - valley in Gloucestershire, possibly site of Danish defeat [369.12] [503.21] [594.12]

furry - resembling fur, fur-like, soft; Of persons: Wearing fur, clad in furs.

gleann (gloun) (geal) - valley + The Furry Glen, Phoenix Park.

nye - a brood or flock pheasants; eye + nyi (Ruthenian) - no.

tak (Ruthenian) - yes, so

guerilla - an irregular war carried on by small bodies of men acting independently; one engaged in such warfare

prink - to wink, to give a wink; to make spruce or smart, to deck or dress up with many petty adornments; esp. refl. to deck oneself out, dress oneself up

prank - a trick, a frolic; In early use, a trick of malicious or mischievous nature.

princess + (*E* and *IJ* and *VYC*)

buddy - brother, companion, friend + bod (bud) (geal) - penis.

behide - to hide away, conceal

byre - a cow-house + bure (Serbian) - barrel + FSTD: (7) [[Scutterer of guld!] (8) Here furry glum, there fairy poss. And the buddies behide in the byre.]

recollect + regulate.

straggle - to wander or stray from the proper road, one's companions, etc.; spec. of a soldier:  To wander from the line of march, stray from one's company + struggles

rut - a (deep) furrow or track made in the ground, esp. in a soft road, by the passage of a wheeled vehicle or vehicles + root

effigy - a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture); "the coin bears an effigy of Lincoln"; "the emperor's tomb had his image carved in stone" + in effigy - under the form, or by means of, a portrait or image.

black sheep - a bad character  black sheep of the family (phrase)

relic - pl. That which remains or is left behind, in later use esp. after destruction or wasting away; the remains or remaining fragments (of a thing).

decency - the quality of being polite and respectable + relic of old decency (Dublin Slang) - souvenir of better times.

draught - a large and hurried swallow; a current of air (usually coming into a room or vehicle) + overdraft - a draft in excess of the credit balance.

rat (Serbian) - war + rath - Irish Antiq. An enclosure (usually of a circular form) made by a strong earthen wall, and serving as a fort and place of residence for the chief of a tribe + day of wrath - the manifestation of anger or fury, esp. by way of retributory punishment of the Deity, etc. + Requiem Mass: Dies Irae ('Day of Wrath') + Rathmines - district of Dublin.

murther - murder, murderer + mother + Mother of Mine (song) + FSTD: (9) Taff — [O day of rath! Ah murther of mines!]

selo moje (Russian, Serbian) = selo moe (Ruthenian) - my village + O Sole Mio (song).

Zulu - a member of the tall Negroid people of eastern South Africa + zulu (it) - boor (fig.)

lui (it) - him

Bjørnson - Ibsen's rival (literally 'son of bear') + "Will ye gup and tell the board in the anterim how, in the name of the three tailors on Tooley Street, did O'Bejorumsen or Mockmacmahonitch, ex of Butt and Hocksett's, violating the bushel standard, come into awful position of the barrel of bellywash?" [529.16]

MacMahon (literally 'son of bear'), Marie Edme Patrice Maurice de, duke of Magenta (1808-93) - French marshal, president. Descendant of a wild goose, he commanded a division whose assault led to the fall of Sebastopol. Maurice Mahan is a name of the Man Servant (*S*). 

Oslo, Norway

proletta (it) - small progeny + proletta (Bulgarian) - the spring.

sweat of his brow + South pole + FSTD: Beirneson MacMahahan from Osro bearing nose easger on his swooth prowl!

petrol pump - a pump at a petrol station for supplying motor vehicles with petrol; a pump which delivers petrol from the petrol tank of a motor vehicle or aircraft to the engine.

gee (Slang) - vulva + MacMahon: 'J'y suis, j'y reste' (French): 'Here I am, here I stay' (when asked to leave the Malakoff fortification).

na h-ubhailli (nahuli) (geal) - the apple trees/orchards + hooley (Irish) - uninhibited party, celebration.

Deadwood Dick - fictional character who appears in a series of stories, or "dime novels", published between 1877 and 1897 by Edward Lytton Wheeler.

Brian Boru + bruin (Dutch) - brown + Bruin the Bear (Reynard cycle).

moneymonger - a dealer in money, esp. in the way of lending it + monger - someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold + manger (fr) - to eat + honeymooner.

grizzly - grey; greyish; grey-haired; grizzled + grizzly - powerful brownish-yellow bear of the uplands of western North America. The word "grizzly" in its name refers to "grizzled" or grey hairs in its fur.

medvyd (Russian) = medved (Serbian) - bear + med (Serbian) - honey + meid (Dutch) - maid + weide (Dutch) - meadow + FSTD: (10) Butt — Bruinboroff, the honeymoonger, and the grizzliest ManMicahul in Meideveide.  

annal - sing. form of annals (a narrative of events written year by year; historical records generally) + Livy's Annals + Jerusalem (song): 'Hosanna in the highest'.

devoured + deflowered + (will be using a sod of turf to clean his arse).

Lilias Walshingham - heroine of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu's The House by the Churchyard + Delilah (Samson's temptress) + Matthew 6:28: 'lilies of the field' (*IJ*) + lily of the valley - a beautiful spring flower, Convallaria majalis, having two largish leaves and racemes of white, bell-shaped, fragrant flowers.

confort = comfort - to lend support or countenance to; to support, assist, aid + confront - to face in hostility or defiance; to present a bold front to, stand against, oppose.

samp - coarsely-ground Indian corn; also a kind of porridge made from it + Samson + Shem, Ham and Japhet (*VYC*).

tramp - one who travels from place to place on foot, in search of employment, or as a vagrant; also, one who follows an itinerant business, as a hawker, etc.

Samson is a Herculean figure, who is granted tremendous strength by God to combat his enemies and perform heroic feats unachievable by ordinary humans: wrestling a lion, slaying an entire army with only a jawbone of an ass, and destroying a temple.

Gott strafe England (ger) - God punish England + 'God save Ireland say we all' (song).

"What with the war; what with the sweat, what with the gallowes, and what with pouerty, I am Custom-shrunke" (Measure for Measure I.II.84)

sycophant - an informer, tale-bearer, malicious accuser (obs.); a mean, servile, cringing, or abject flatterer + psychophanes (gr) - one who shows the soul.

psuche (gr) - soul + psychopomp - a conductor of souls to the place of the dead.

beholden - attached, or obliged (to a person); under personal obligation for favours or services + behind on the fire.

pulchritude - physical beauty (especially of a woman) + pulchritudo (l) - beauty + Buckley.

Russian General and 'Rosh Hashana', Hebrew New Year (Glasheen, Adaline / Third census of Finnegans wake).

pollex - the innermost digit of the fore limb in air-breathing vertebrates; in man, the thumb + Polignac, Edmund - name of a prize of $100 that James Stephens won.  

prized - greatly valued, highly esteemed; high-priced, expensive (obs.) + parish priest + *V* (initially represented by the *P* (Patrick) siglum, standing for a bishop going forth on his rogations). 

visitation - ecclesiastical visit

mirage - Originally, and still most commonly, that species of optical illusion, common in hot countries, and especially in sandy deserts, which consists in the appearance of a sheet of water at some distance from the spectator, where no water actually exists.

horizon - the line at which the sky and Earth appear to meet + *I* (Isolde) siglum, initially represented by the *L* (inverted Tristan) siglum, standing for a girl lying on the causeway with one leg heavenward, lacing her shoe.

Finneces - poet to whom Finn went to learn poetry and for whom he cooked the salmon of wisdom, only to burn himself and gain wisdom by sucking his thumb (Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 365) + fantasies + fancies painted.

dainty - to pamper or indulge with dainties

camber - a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road)

unsheathe - to draw (a weapon) out of the sheath or scabbard; to take out of, strip of, a sheath or covering

shoelace - a lace used to fasten a shoe by passing it in and out through eyelet-holes + Joyce's note VI.B.8.147: 'Isod (sigla) - girl lying on causeway with one leg heavenward, lacing her shoe.'

consternation - amazement and terror such as to prostrate one's faculties + constellations

how do ye - how are you? + 'Hi-de-di, how-de-do' (song).

kyttyl = kittle - kitten (fig. Applied to a young girl, with implication of playfulness or skittishness. In extended use: a girl-friend; a young woman; often as a form of address)  + The Wren (song): 'Up with the kettle and down with the pan, / And give us a penny to burry the Wren'.

pan (Pan-Slavonic) - sir, lord, gentleman + The pot calling the kettle black (proverb).

Puss in Boots - French literary fairy tale about a cat who uses trickery and deceit to gain power, wealth, and the hand of a princess in marriage for his penniless and low-born master.

pół (Polish) - half + buty (Polish) - boots.

sol (l) - the sun

dragon - Astron. a northern constellation, Draco + dearg (d'areg) red + targman (Armenian) - interpreter.

luna (l) - the moon + FSTD: (11) Taff — Diveilge! See that we soll or lit thee be luna!

strait - strict, rigorous + straightaway - stright forward.

folly (Irish Pronunciation) - follow + follow my leader - a game in which each player must do what the leader does, or pay forfeit; also fig.

PEBWORTH - Village 7 miles South-West of Stratford-on-Avon, England + Wirt (ger) - innkeeper.

After a drinking bout at Bidford, Shakespeare refused to return next day with his friends, saying: "Piping Pebworth, Dancing Marston, Haunted Hillborough, Hungry Grafton, Dadgeing Exhall, Papist Wicksford, Beggarly Broom, and Drunken Bidford" (F K Chambers, William Shakespeare, II, 292). These are all places within 12 miles of Stratford-on-Avon.   

mujik = moujik - a Russian peasant + On His Majesty's Service.

Russ - a Russian + Riss (ger) - tear.

Ross (ger) - steed

sur = sir (obs.) - a person of rank or importance; a lord, a gentleman + Czar of all the Russias.

Russer (Dutch) - Russia + The Wren (song): 'The Wren, the Wren, The king of all birds'.