soe - a large wooden tub + so?

la - an exclamation formerly used to introduce or accompany a conventional phrase or an address, or to call attention to an emphatic statement; sixth upward note in solfa + sol (l) - the sun + la (la) (gael) - day + la (Arabic) - no.

Lamhfhada (lavode) (gael) - Long-Arm, surname of Lugh, Irish god of sun and genius.

coincidence - occurrence or existence at the same time; simultaneous occurrence or existence + 'long arm of coincidence' (Joyce's note) the far-reaching power of coincidence.

Hadding - mythical Danish king, visited the other world (in the company of a magic lady) + having.

say

roll over + really wholly over + {the sleeper is just about to roll over from one side to the other — why?} + FDV: You mean to see we have been hadding a sound night's sleep. It is just, it is just about to, it is just about to rolywholyover. Why? Because there are two signs to turn to, the yest and the ist, the wright side and the wronged side, feeling aslip and wauking up, so on, so forth. Why? On the sourdside sourdsite we have the Moskiosk Djiunpalast with its twin adjacences, the schola bathahouse and the bazaar, allahallaballah allahallahallah, and on the sponthesite it is the secovan and the rosegarden, boony noughty. Why? One's apurr apuss story about brid and breakfarths breakfedes and kooshkoosh coushcoush but others is of tholes and outworn beings, doings and chafjerings in heat, contest and emnity. Why? Every talk has his stay and all-a-dreams at last are through. Why? It's a sot of systim swigswag, systemy systomy dystemy, dystomy, which everybody you ever anywhere at all doze. Why? Such me. / And howpsadrowsay.

The old Indian psychology divided consciousness into three provinces: waking state (jagrat), dream state (svapna), and sleep state (susupti), and added a fourth (turiya), which is the consciousness of man's pure self-existence or being + svapna (Sanskrit) - sleep + svap (Sanskrit) - to sleep.

stranger - attrib., passing into adj. That is a stranger.

bedst (Danish) - best

wonst = once + worst + hundred and one pages of one thousand and one nights (The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night).

Edda - a collection of ancient ON. poems on mythical and traditional subjects

ode - a poem intended or adapted to be sung; e.g. the Odes of Pindar, of Anacreon, of Horace + ODDI - The settlement in Iceland which was the home of Snorri Sturlason and Saemund the Wise, compilers of the Eddas + odds and ends. 

Budge: The Book of the Dead + Tom, Dick and Harry.

entities + entireties.

life's living

substance + sub-trance.

dreams

total - to bring to a total, add up, complete

tale told

tittle tattle - talk, chatter, prattle; esp. empty or trifling talk about trivial matters, petty gossip

graced - endowed with grace; favoured; having a grace or graces

Gad - 1) substituted for God, in various phrases, chiefly asseverative or exclamatory; 2) Semitic god of fortune; 3) seer at David's court.

gadget - Used as an indefinite or general name for: a comparatively small fitting, contrivance, or piece of mechanism.

John 1:1: 'In the beginning was the Word'

yest - yesterday; obs. f. yeast + west

ist - a votary of, or expert in, a particular science, art, or pursuit. Chiefly used in a context suggesting some group of words in -ist, and often disparagingly or humorously + east

wronged - Of things: Subjected to detriment, prejudice, or unfavourable bias.

wauk - Sc. var. wake (v.) + falling asleep and waking up, so on, so forth.

sourd - dim or dull; obs. form sward + sourd (fr) - deaf + South.

Moscow + Ulysses.5.549: 'mosque of the baths'.

ginpalace + djinns - order of Muslim spirits (360 images of djinns in Great Mosque at Mecca) + Palast (ger) - palace.

adjecancy - that which lies near; pl. Adjacent or contiguous places, environs, precincts + (on the male side: father and twins).

bath house - a building equipped with facilities for bathing, occas. public baths + bat-house + FDV: On the sourdside sourdsite we have the Moskiosk Djiunpalast with its twin adjacences, the schola bathahouse and the bazaar,

bazaar - an Oriental market-place or permanent market, usually consisting of ranges of shops or stalls, where all kinds of merchandise are offered for sale + Fred Barrett's Bazaar next to Turkish Baths, Stephen's Green, Dublin.

allah (Arabic) - god + Valhalla + (muezzin's call).

sponda (it) - riverbank + other side.

alcove - a vaulted recess; a recess in a garden or pleasure ground, originally in the surrounding wall or hedge + Alcoran (The Koran) + (on the female side: mother and daughter).

noughty - good for nothing; worthless or of little worth; also in mod. Sc., insignificant, trifling + buona notte (it) - goodnight + FDV: allahallaballah allahallahallah, and on the sponthesite it is the secovan and the rosegarden, boony noughty.

purty - Irish and U.S. local pronunc. of pretty + very pretty + pure poetry.

purpose + (cat) + once upon a time.

brid - var. of bird + bed and breakfast + FDV: Why? One's apurr apuss story about brid and breakfarths breakfedes and kooshkoosh coushcoush but others is of tholes and outworn beings, doings and chafjerings in heat, contest and emnity.

parri- (l) - father-

se coucher (fr) - to lie down, to go to bed

thole (obs. rare.) - patience, forbearance, endurance; Nautic. Vertical wooden peg or pin inserted through the gunwale to form a fulcrum for oars when rowing + holes

auburn + wornout.

buying - purchase

dole - to distribute by way of alms, or in charity + doling (Archaic) - sorrow, mourning, grieving + dealings.

chaffering - buying and selling, dealing, trading; bargaining, haggling, bartering + suffering.

enmity - the disposition or the feelings characteristic of an enemy; ill-will, hatred

stay - a cessation of progress or action; a stop, pause, halt + Every dog has his day (proverb); Origin: The medieval Dutch scholar Erasmus suggests that this saying had its roots in the death of the Greek playwright Euripides. In 405 BC Euripides was killed by dogs set on him by a rival. The proverb was first recorded in the first century by the Greek biographer Plutarch as: "Even a dog gets his revenge." In 1539 Richard Taverner published it in English as: "A dogge hath a day." And in 1670 John Ray's "A Collection of English Proverbs" had it as: "Every dog hath his day."

videre (l) - to see + vidis (Serbian) - you see + witness.

shava sam-jivana (Sanskrit) - corpse being restored to life

John-a-dreams - generic for a 'dreamy fellow' (William Shakespeare: Hamlet II.2.553) + FDV: Why? Every talk has his stay and all-a-dreams at last are through.

perhaps - to use the word 'perhaps', to make expressly doubtful or conjectural statements

Leixlip + loop (Dutch) - course + under dagens lopp (Swedish) - during the course of the day.

sot - a foolish or stupid person; one who dulls or stupefies himself with drinking + sort

swig - a deep or copious draught of a beverage, esp. of intoxicating liquor + swag (Dialect) - a swaying movement; a copious draught of liquor.

systomos (gr) - with a narrow mouth, mouth-to-mouth (O Hehir, Brendan; Dillon, John M. / A classical lexicon for Finnegans wake) + systole - the phase of the heartbeat when the heart muscle contracts and pumps blood from the chambers into the arteries.

dystomia (gr) - "hard-mouthedness": difficulty in pronouncing + diastole - the phase of the heartbeat when the heart muscle relaxes and allows the chambers to fill with blood + FDV: Why? It's a sot of systim swigswag, systemy systomy dystemy, dystomy, which everybody you ever anywhere at all doze.

search me - Used (chiefly imp. in response to a question) to imply that the speaker has no knowledge of some fact or no idea what course to take + FDV: Why? Such me.

upsy-daisy - Used, as for reassurance, at the moment of lifting a baby up + {he rolls — his backside is exposed and cold} + FDV: And howpsadrowsay.

look + lok (Old Icelandic) - lock.

shaft - a beam or ray (of light, etc.), a streak of lightning, etc.

shivery - characterized by a shaking, quivering motion, or appearance of motion + FDV: A shaft of shivery in the act.

ani (l) - of the anus + lancinate (rare.) - to pierce, tear + lancinante (it) - (of pain) stabbing, penetrating.

sleuth - sloth, laziness; the track or trail of a person or animal + God's truth! + FDV: Cold's slewth!

Vayu Vata - wind spirit in Vedic myth + vayu (Sanskrit) - wind; also, a Vedic god of wind + vayuna (Sanskrit) - moving, agitated + voyons! (fr) - let's look!

that + toth (to) (gael) - female; female organs + Thoth - Egyptian god of wisdom and letters + FDV: Where did thots come from?

infinitesimally - immesurably small, very minute

fever - a state of intense nervous excitement, agitation, heat; an instance of this

resty - sluggish, indolent, lazy

Reisefieber (ger) - nervousness before a journey

coranto - a dance with quick running steps; a tune in triple time used for accompanying this dance

aria - melody, tune + corrente d'aria - current of air (It. for draught) (McH).

presentiment - a mental impression or feeling of a future event; a vague expectation resting on  no definite reason, but seeming like a direct perception of something about to happen.

gip = gyp - App. contraction of gee-up

geip (Norwegian) - wry mouth, grimace

Maha, Maya - mother of Buddha + maya (Sanskrit) - illusion

vindr (Old Icelandic) - wind + FDV: It is infinitesimally fevers, resty fever, risy fever, a coranto of aria, sleeper asleeper awakening, in the smalls of our one's back presentiment, gip, and again geip, a flash from a future though the window of windr of wondr is a welts is a world.

wonder

vildr (Old Icelandic) - agreeable; good choice

Welt (ger) - world + vetar (Serbian) - wind.

Wirbel (ger) - whirlpool, eddy

tom (Danish) - empty + tom (Hebrew) - innocence, righteousness; perfection, end + time + FDV: Tom!

excelsus (l) - high + excelsius (l) - higher + degrees Celsius + {a weather forecast on the radio, with a pleasant day ahead} + FDV: It is perfect [degrees] excelsius.

jackdaw - the common name of the daw (Corvus monedula), one of the smallest of the crow family, which frequents old buildings, church towers, etc.; it is easily tamed and taught to imitate the sound of words, and is noted for its loquacity and thievish propensities + jaladevata (Sanskrit) - a water-goddess, naiad.

stealeth (jackdaw is said to be thievish) + (still does not sing).

mackerel sky - a sky dappled with small white fleecy clouds + FDV: Cloud lay but mackrel are.

anemone - Bot. A genus of plants (N.O. Ranunculaceć) with handsome flowers, widely diffused over the temperate regions of the world, of which one (A. nemorosa), called also the Wind-flower, is common in Britain, and several brilliantly-flowered species are cultivated.

torpor - absence or suspension of motive power, activity, or feeling + temperature

normal + Morna (morne) (gael) - lovable person (personal name) + Morna - mother of Fingal in James Macpherson's "The Poems of Ossian" + morna (Portuguese) - tepid, lukewarm + FDV: Anemone activescent the torporature is returning to mornal.

humid - slightly wet as with steam, suspended vapour, or mist; moist, damp + human.

at ease - free from pain or discomfort, relaxed

fresco - cool, fresh air; occas. a fresh breeze + FDV: Humid nature is feeling itself freely at ease with the all fresco.

vervain - the common European and British herbaceous plant, Verbena officinalis, formerly much valued for its reputed medicinal properties

herald - to proclaim, to announce

administer - to manage as a steward, to carry on, or execute (an office, affairs, etc.)

Eden + Genesis 3:2: 'Have you eaten of the tree of which I commanded you not to eat?'

say what + so what?

snack - to lunch, to take a snack + snake (garden of Eden) + snakket med (Danish) - talked with.

whish - a soft sibilant sound, as that of something moving rapidly through the air or over the surface of water + wish + tell which + television.