esquire + BASQUE PROVINCES - Region, North Spain; the Basque language is Euskerra or Eskuara + FDV: with a telegram tillygram tillyeramp for the old One Himself Hemself and Co, esquara
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (Revelation 7).
welk (ger) - wilted
glory be + galore (Irish) - in plenty.
hevel (Hebrew) - nothingness; vanity + FDV: and glory bit glorybit of the saints sanets in heaven hevelt
crick - a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back + crack
cantle - a section, or segment, cut out of anything + FDV: there was a creak crick on up the stairs stairkiss and when she ruz the candle cankle to see, glo glohery galohery,
knees knocking together + FDV: down she downandshe went on her knees for a to bless [her] blesseref blessersef that were knocking knogging together like milkjugs milkjuggles
wrake - ruin, destruction, wreck; shipwreck
Hesperus - the evening star + "Like a sheeted ghost, the vessel swept/Towards the reef of Norman's Woe" (Longfellow, The Wreck of the Hesperus) + Habsburg (ger) - Austrian ruling faimily.
kong (Danish) - king (in royal titles)
O'Toole, King - Lover tells us King O'Toole dearly loved his goose. The goose grew old and St Kevin made it young again, and won from the king a gift of land + (notebook 1924): 'O'Toole' - Riguet: Saint Patrice 11: 'in the second century of the Christian era, King Tuathal had founded the new province of Meath and had established the capital at Tara. This king of Meath had become the sovereign king of all Ireland (Ardri)'.
googoo - an imitative representation of baby talk + (onomat.) + FDV: like as if it was the old fellows King O'Toole's googoo ghost she saw
slive - to slip off or away, to move quietly or slyly in some direction + sliabh (sliv) (gael) - mountain + FDV: coming sliding sliving off over the sawdust
sawdust - wood in the state of small particles, detached from a tree, plank, etc. in the process of sawing
lobby - a passage or corridor connected with one or more apartments in a building, or attached to a large hall, theatre, or the like; often used as a waiting-place or ante-room.
back room - a room at the back of a house or other building + FDV: out of one of the under rooms backroom that was everyone's everywan's in turn turruns Turruns
turruns (Irish Pronunciation) - turns + in turns - each in due succession; in one's due order in the series + turainn (turin) (gael) - stroke of misfortune; overthrow.
trim - equipment, outfit, dress: usually in reference to style or appearance + (naked).
German name for the foxglove is Fingerhut, "thimble," or literally "finger hat + FDV: in that his female trim with holding up his finger up finger hat for her to whisht, you sowbelly,
clock key + "cluekey to a worldroom beyond the roomwhorld," [100.29]
tocher - the marriage portion which a wife brings to her husband + Tochter (ger) - daughter + Litany of Blessed Virgin Mary: 'Tower of David'.
Litany of Blessed Virgin Mary: 'Tower of Ivory' + Lord Iveagh - Edward Cecil Guinness, philanthropist.
whisht - to be silent, keep silence
sowbelly - (salted) side of pork
swear - to cause to take an oath, to bind by an oath
court - attention or courtship shown to one whose favour, affection, or interest is sought + silence in court (phrase) + FDV: and the whites of his goo eyes pious eyeballs swearing her to silence and coort:
FDV: every ____ night while twelve good men & true in their numbered habitations tried him in over in their minds on their juremembers & whereas found him guilty on the their & those imputations of fornication minus copulation fornicolocopulation with two pretty carnations corans correlations [[whom he enjoyed by anticipation] whose colours at standing up from the above were of a pretty carnation,] or but really if 'twere not so, of some deretane denudation with intent to excitation by retrogradation of firearmed forces of the this proper to this nation but with apart from such titillation which, he said was under family heat & blood pressures as a good mitigation and without which in any case he insists upon being worthy of remuneration continued ahimentation for his having displayed, he said, so much toleration (David Hayman: I have been unable to place the word "liberalord"), reprobate so noted and all as he was in respects to his high highpowered station whereof more especially as meantime possibly he was suffering [as he oftentimes did] all our genteel tortures from a the best medical attestation having only strength enough to implore with his whohim whohide soul for all on everybody concerned in it the curses of coagulation for, he tells me [by way of festination after [about] 2 or 3 hours of close confabulation] by all that's holy this pewterful of goatswhey which is his prime consolation, if he was still extremely offensive to the 24 a score & four nostrils dilatation still sure he was likewise on the other side has as I believe I shd might have been [without the least alienation] distinctly the two a pair of eye's eyes' delectation so prays of his fault you wd make an obliteration but as for our friend behind the bars though a man of high estimation, summing him up to be done, be what will [of spirits excess] his hyperborean exaltation is no this we think, is no extinuation for contravention to our statute & common legislation for which the appropriate expiation resides in corporal amputation so three months for the old Jeraboam the beerheaded pest of the park, as per act one, section two, schedule three, clause four of the first fifth of King Jark, this sentence to be carried out by Nolans Volans tomorrow morn at six o'clock shark & may maiz the may the yeastwind hail whohehail hoppinghail of have malt mercy on his honeymead & his hurlyburlygrowth. Amen says the clerk!
juridical - relating
to the administration of justice or the function of a judge
whenas - while
goodman - husband, innkeeper, landlord + twelve good men and true - jury.
fox and geese - a board game in which pegs representing geese attempt to corner the fox + 'The Fox and Geese' is the archetypal name for an English inn or public house + Fox and Geese - district of Dublin + Fox Goodman.
overboard - to extremes, excessively, beyond one's means + overboord (Dutch) - overboard.
chambers + jure (fr) - juror + jury members + you remember + FDV: every ____ night while twelve good men & true in their numbered habitations tried him in over in their minds on their juremembers
whereas - in view or consideration of the fact that; it being the case that (Chiefly, now only, introducing a preamble or recital in a legal or other formal document.)
reverendum (l) - inspiring awe + referendum.
fornication - voluntary sexual intercourse between a man (in restricted use, an unmarried man) and an unmarried woman + O felix culpa! (Exsultet) + copulation (incest) + FDV: & whereas found him guilty on the their & those imputations of fornication minus copulation fornicolocopulation
albo-crural (l) = white-legged (McH) + FDV: with two pretty carnations corans correlations [[whom he enjoyed by anticipation]
school - to educate, train (a person, his mind, powers, tastes, etc.)
amo, amas, amat, amamus, amatis, amant (l) - I love, you love, he/she loves, we love, you love, they love + amain - with all your strength.
conjugation - the action of joining together or uniting
carnation - the colour of human 'flesh' (obs.); a light rosy pink, but sometimes used for a deeper crimson colour as in the carnation flower
deretano (it) - posterior
denudation - the action of making naked or bare
retrogradation - the action, fact, or condition of falling back in development; retrogression, decline + FDV: or but really if 'twere not so, of some deretane denudation with intent to excitation by retrogradation of firearmed forces of the this proper to this nation
titillation - excitation or stimulation of the mind or senses; esp. pleasing excitement, gratification + FDV: but with apart from such titillation which, he said was under family heat & blood pressures as a good mitigation and without which in any case he insists upon being worthy of remuneration continued ahimentation for his having displayed, he said, so much toleration
mitigation - abatement or relaxation of the severity or rigour of a law, penalty, or the like; alleviation of anything painful, oppressive, or calamitous
alimentation - the supplying with the necessaries of life; maintenance, support
reprobate - one rejected by God; one who has fallen away from grace or religion; one lost in sin
washleather - a soft kind of leather, usually of split sheepskin, dressed to imitate chamois leather; made of wash-leather
stump - something (e.g. a pencil, quill pen, cigar) that has been reduced by wear or consumption to a small part of its original length
transubstantiation - the conversion in the Eucharist of the whole substance of the bread into the body and of the wine into the blood of Christ, only the appearances (and other 'accidents') of bread and wine remaining.
highpowered - having great power or drive (lit. and fig.) + FDV: reprobate so noted and all as he was in respects to his high highpowered station
whereof - for what reason, wherefore; from or out of which (as source or origin, in the way of result or consequence, liberation or privation, etc.)
genteel - with excessive regard for conventional morality or ideals, puritanical + FDV: whereof more especially as meantime possibly he was suffering [as he oftentimes did] all our genteel tortures from a the best medical attestation
oftentimes - on many occasions, or in many cases; frequently, often
festination - involuntary shortening of stride and quickening of gait that occurs in some diseases (e.g., Parkinson's disease)
complore - to bewail or weep together (obs.)
obsecration - earnest entreaty, supplication
coagulation - the act or process of forming or uniting into a mass + FDV: having only strength enough to implore with his whohim whohide soul for all on everybody concerned in it the curses of coagulation for, he tells me [by way of festination after [about] 2 or 3 hours of close confabulation]
SAMMON'S - James Sammon, grocer, 167 North King Street