Missa (fem. pp) - "Sent": the Mass + mishe/tauf (motif).
en masse (fr) - by the bulk
Marina - girl in Shakespeare's Pericles, so named because she was born at sea, "a child of storm" + marino (it) - of the sea + tell that to the marines (phrase).
verite (fr) - truth
verity - truth, either in general or with reference to a particular fact; conformity to fact or reality + veritas veritatis (l) - truth of truth.
notify - to make known, publish, proclaim
dem - damn
lustre - luminosity, brilliancy; luminous splendour + letters
priorly - as a prior step; previously, antecedently
maximolliens (l) - most softening + Maximilian.
laudability (rare.) - the quality of being a fit subject for praise; praiseworthiness + ludibilitas (l) - playfulness + Laudibiliter (l) - "Laudably": papal bull granting Ireland to Henry II.
sønner (Danish) - sons
Mac Cathmhaoil (mok kowel) (gael) - son of Cathmhaol ("battle-chief") + MacCool.
skimshander - a general name (also scrimshaw work) for the handicrafts practised by sailors by way of pastime during long whaling and other voyages, and for the products of these, as small manufactured articles, carvings on bone, ivory, or shells, and the like + scrimshanker (Military Slang) - shirker + handsker (Danish) - gloves + Thor spent a night sleeping in the glove of the giant Skrimm, thinking it was a sleeping hall.
sacerdotal - of or belonging to the priests or priesthood + socer (l) - father-in-law.
(fourth quarter of 12th century, i.e. 1175) + FDV: The gloved hand was introduced into their sacerdotal tree before the fourth of the twelfth
horologer - a clock-maker, horologist + horologe (Archaic) - timepiece.
gong - to sound a gong, to make a gong-like sound
restage - to stage again
Jacob's pipe - pipe with porcelain head representing one of the patriarch + Ulysses.14.1057: 'Jacob's pipe' + Jacob and Esau.
bethel - a hallowed spot; a place where God is worshipped; the pillar that marks such a place + BETHEL - Ancient city of Palestine, 11 miles North of Jerusalem; a holy place. Originally called Luz; Jacob renamed it Bethel, Hebrew "House of God," after his dream, later set up an altar + Genesis 28:10-19: 'And Jacob went out... And he lighted upon a certain place... And he dreamed, and behold a ladder... And he was afraid, and said... this is none other but the house of God... And he called the name of that place Bethel' + Genesis 35:1: 'and God said unto Jacob, Arise, go up to Beth-el, and dwell there'.
sulking + smoking his pipe.
Postumia (it) - Postojina, Yugoslav caves + Mesopotamia.
lending + Jacob, Esau and the mess of pottage of lentils (Genesis 25:43).
chafingdish - a vessel to hold burning charcoal or other fuel, for heating anything placed upon it; a portable grate
symbolizing + William Shakespeare: 'Cymbeline' (includes a character named Posthumus) + 'cymbal' derived from Greek for 'cup'.
changeover - a reversal of the situation in affairs, of opinions, etc. + FDV: and it is even a little odd all four horologeries horolodgeries still gonging restage Jakob van der Bethel smolking behind his pipe and with Esav of Messagepostumia lentling out his [borrowed] chafingdish and sound the apostles at all every hours of changeover.
rittlerattle (rare.) - a child's rattle; an imitation of the sound made by dice
anniverse (obs.) - an anniversary + anni (l) - years + universe
nam (Cornish, Welsh) - sin, fault, defect, blemish + nam (Slang) - man + nam (Archaic) - am not + nam (obs) - name (Hebrew shem: name) + anam (Irish) - soul, life + an am (Irish) - the time + When is a man not a man... (first riddle of the universe) [.11-.12]
flesher - a dealer in flesh, a butcher
boning - the removing of bones from meat, fish, etc. + bones + boning (Swedish) - dwelling (place).
Joan - a generic name for a female rustic
bumper - a cup or glass of wine, etc., filled to the brim, esp. when drunk as a toast; Theatr. slang. A crowded 'house' at a theatre + Thomas Moore, Irish Melodies: song: Fill the Bumper Fair [air: Bob and Joan].
chappie - fellow, chap
tear around - to go about in excited or angry haste
Finnegan's Wake, chorus: 'Lots of fun at Finnegan's Wake' + FDV: It is the The their signal for old Champelysed Champelysed to seeks seek the shades of his retirement and for young Chappielassies to tear around a round and tease their partners lovesoftfun at __________ __________ (In the next draft Joyce wrote "at Finnegans Wake.")
tig (Irish) - house + Hi-tiddley-hi-ti (song) + Romans 13:11: 'It is high time to awake out of sleep'.
title (Finnegans Wake) + Tetley's tea + FDV: And it's high tit titi tittly high titi tigh tigh. Titley, high ti hi ti ti.
dick (Slang) - penis
dag (Swedish) - day + FDV: My That my dig pressed in your dag si.
gnugga (Swedish) - to rub + genug (ger) - enough.
Ni (Swedish) - you + Nick.
brawly - finely; excellently, well + gnid mig bra (Swedish) - rub me well.
body + beg your pardon + FDV: I bag your burden!
Mick + FDV: Thees is mees mees is Thees knees.
incongruity - unsuitableness, inappropriateness, absurdity + inferiority complex.
he upon her
marriage + mirage + FDV: We have caught oneselves in somes [incontigruity] coumplegs frown whosemose whoselmost befreeme sublumber me sublumbunate.
sublimate - to transmute into something higher, nobler, more sublime or refined; to divert sexual and instinctual impulses into more socially-acceptable activities + sublumbo (l) - under the loin + nates - buttocks.
Engel (German) = engel (Dutch) - angel + apology for my English + FDV: A polog.
excuse + ex cute (l) - out of the skin + FDV: Excutes.
sove (Danish) - to sleep + sova (Serbian) - owl + I'm still so sorry + FDV: Om still so sovvy.
whyle = while (obs.) + FDV: Why Whyle om till ii ti.
om til ti (Danish) - about till ten + while I'm still so tired.
FDV: Ha! / Daysgreening gains in schimninging. A summerwint springfalls, abated. Hail, regn of durknass, snowly receassing, thund lightening thund, into the dimbelowstars departamenty whitherout, soon host, soon mest mist, to the hothehill from the hollow, Solsking the Frist (attempted by the admirable Captive Bunting and Cornel Loftonant-Cornel Blaire) will processingly show up above Tumplen Bar whereupont he was much jubilated by Boergemester "Dyk" Fogg ffogg of Isoles now Eisold, looking most plussed with (exhib 39) a clout capped sunbonnet sunbubble anaccanponied from his bequined torse. Up.
daggryning (Swedish) - dawn, daybreak + grian (grin) (gael) - sun + deo-greine (d'ogrene) (gael) - spark of the sun: Degrena, fem. personal name in Macpherson's Fingal is explained as "sun-beam".
gain - to improve in effect, appear to greater advantage (by comparison or contrast) + gain in - to get home, or to reach a place of refuge (obs.)
skymningen (Swedish) - the dusk, the twilight + schlimm (ger) - evil, bad.
wint (Irish Pronunciation) - wind; went + summer, winter, spring, fall.
abated - diminished, reduced, lowered in quality or amount
regn - obs. form of reign + regn (Danish) - rain.
dorcha (durukhe) (gael) - dark, darkness
recess (obs.) - to recede + reign of darkness, slowly receding.
dim below stairs (stars) + FDV: Hail, regn of durknass, snowly receassing, thund lightening thund, into the dimbelowstars departamenty whitherout,
department + Amenti, Amenta - Egyptian underworld.
whitherout - in the direction in which
hotel + Hill of Howth.
The Hollow, Phoenix Park + FDV: soon host, soon mest mist, to the hothehill from the hollow,
Louis XIV, "The Sun King" of France (1638-1715) + solskin (Danish) - sunshine.
first + friste (Danish) - to tempt.
attempted - tried, endeavoured (actor 'attempts' part) + attended
admiral + FDV: Solsking the Frist (attempted by the admirable Captive Bunting and Cornel Loftonant-Cornel Blaire)
lieutenant-colonel - an army officer of rank next below that of a colonel, having the actual command of a regiment + loft (obs) - sky, air + tonant - thundering + corne (French) = cornu (Latin) - horn.
Dublin Bar - a sandbar across the mouth of the Liffey, now gone + Temple Bar, Dublin and London.
jubilate - to utter sounds of joy or exultation; to make demonstrations of joy; to rejoice, exult. In recent newspaper use, sometimes, To celebrate a jubilee or other joyful occasion.
bargemaster - the master or owner of a barge + Burgermeister (ger) = burgemeester (Dutch) - mayor + boer (Dutch) - farmer + mester (Dutch) - fattener.
isole (it) - islands + Isolde.
Eis (ger) - ice + FDV: will processingly show up above Tumplen Bar whereupont he was much jubilated by Boergemester "Dyk" Fogg ffogg of Isoles now Eisold,
pleased + (opposite of 'nonplussed').
clout - a piece of cloth, leather, metal, etc., set on to mend anything + cloud + William Shakespeare: The Tempest IV.1.152: 'cloud-capp'd towers'.
sunbonnet + FDV: looking most plussed with (exhib 39) a clout capped sunbonnet sunbubble anaccanponied from his bequined torse. Up.
unaccompanied + canopied + pony.
sequined - covered with beads or jewels or sequins + equine - of, relating to, or affecting horses or other members of the horse family.
torse - a band of which a heraldic crest is joined to the helmet; torso + "The Sun King, with a cloudcapped sunbubble on his big white horse, is at 607.28-33 visible from Dublin harbour" (McHugh, Roland: The sigla of Finnegans wake).
blanchard (obs.) - white; a white horse; often as a quasi-proper name + BLANCHARDSTOWN - Village North-West of Dublin on Navan Road. Never has had a newspaper, never will.
newspapers + mews - the royal stables at Charing Cross in London, so called because built on the site where the royal hawks were formerly mewed.
capall (kopel) (gael) - horse + FDV: [Blanchardstown mewspeppers pleads copy coppyl.]
mens (l) - mind, judgement + mensa (l) - table + have mercy upon us + FDV: Gracest goodness, heave mensy upponnus! Grand old Manbutton, give your bowlers a rest!