Washington, George (1732-99) - 1st president of the United States.

honorary - holding a title or position conferred as an honour, without emolument, or without the usual duties, obligations, privileges, etc.

L.S.D. - abbreviation for 'pounds, shillings, and pence'; hence often used = 'money' + Messrs Earwicker, Ltd.

nugget - a rough lump of native gold

sloppy - splashed or soiled with liquid; messy

slut - a woman of a low or loose character; a bold or impudent girl + *IJ* - PICTURE

unmentionability - underpants, and (chiefly joc.) underwear, esp. women's

raincoat - a coat worn as a protection against rain; used attrib. of someone or something thought to be lewd or unseemly + redcoat - British soldier + {Earwicker’s privates [3 bits of male genitalia?] and a pair of girls [ALP’s labia], and some accusations about the use of a condom (raincoat)}

FDV: The proteiform graph itself is a polyexigetical piece of scripture. There was a time when naif alphabetters would have written it down the tracing of a pure deliquescent recidivist possibly ambidexterous, snubnosed, probably, and having a fairly profound rainbowl in his (or her) occiput. Closer inspection of the bordereau would however reveal a multiplicity of personalities inflicted on the provoking document and a prevision of virtual crime or crimes might unwarily be made before any suitable occasion for it or them had presented arisen. But under the very eyes of inspection the inspector the traits which feature the sympathetic page chiaroscuro coalesce, their contrarieties eliminated in a stable somebody, as by the providential warring of housebreaker on with heartbreaker, & of dram drinker with freethinker society our social something bowls along bumpily through generations, more generations & still more generations.

proteiform - changeable in form, or assuming many various forms, like the fabled Proteus; protean, extremely variable or various + Ei (ger) - egg + In Greek mythology, Proteus is an early sea-god, one of several deities whom Homer calls the "Old Man of the Sea", whose name suggests the "first", as protogonos is the "primordial" or the "firstborn". He became the son of Poseidon in the Olympian theogony (Odyssey iv. 432), or of Nereus and Doris, or of Oceanus and a Naiad, and was made the herdsman of Poseidon's seals, the great bull seal at the center of the harem. He can foretell the future, but, in a mytheme familiar from several cultures, will change his shape to avoid having to; he will answer only to someone who is capable of capturing him. From this feature of Proteus comes the adjective protean, with the general meaning of "versatile", "mutable", "capable of assuming many forms".

graph - a kind of symbolic diagram in which a system of connexions is expressed by spots or circles, some pairs of which are colligated by one or more lines; a visual symbol representing a phoneme or a segment or feature of speech; esp., a letter, or one of its occurrent forms, or a combination of letters.

polyhedron - a solid figure contained by many (i.e., usually, more than six) plane faces + "There are references to a Haunter of the Dark awaked by gazing into the Shining Trapezohedron, and insane conjectures about the black gulfs of chaos from which it was called... Of the Shining Trapezohedron he speaks often, calling it a window on all time and space, and tracing its history from the days it was fashioned on dark Yuggoth [Pluto], before ever the Old Ones brought it to earth." (H. P. Lovecraft: The Haunter Of The Dark)

scripture - the sacred writings of the Old or New Testament, or (more usually) of both together; the study of the Bible and the Christian religion as a school subject; In generalized use: Written composition.

naif - naive, neutral, artless  

alphabetarian - one learning his alphabet, or the mere rudiments of any subject; a beginner; an abecedarian; also, one who studies alphabets + Bett (ger) - bed.

tracing - drawing, delineating, marking out; concr. That which is produced by tracing or drawing; the procedure of making a list of all the headings under which a given item occurs in an index or catalogue.

deliquescent - Humorously. Dissolving (in perspiration); Chem. That deliquesces; having the property of melting or becoming liquid by absorption of moisture from the air; Biol. Melting away in the process of growth or of decay; Bot. Branching in such a way that the main stem or axis is, as it were, dissolved in ramifications + delinquent.

recidivist - one who relapses (to fall back into wrong doing or error); esp. one who habitually relapses into crime

ambidextrous - able to use both hands alike; fig. More than usually dextrous, or clever.

snub nosed - having a nose that is short and turned upward at the tip; fig. Stumpy; short and broad at the front; abbreviated.

occiput - the back or hinder part of the head

hardily - boldly, stoutly, courageously

entomophilous - pollinated by insects + entomo- - Occurring with sense 'insect' in many compounds + entomos (gr) - [a thing] cut in pieces + entoma (gr) - insects (pl.) + philos (gr) - friend, lover + entomophilos (gr) - lover of something cut into pieces; insect-lover + entomologist - a zoologist who studies insects.

sexmosaic - Biol., an individual some of whose cells are of one sex and the rest of the other + sexual mosaic or chimaera - organism with some male parts, some female.

nymph - an insect in that stage of development which intervenes between the larva and the imago + nympheusis (gr) - bridal, marriage.

chimera - a horrible and fear-inspiring phantasm, a bogy; an unreal creature of the imagination; in Greek mythology, fire-breathing female monster with a lion's head and a goat's body and a serpent's tail, daughter of Typhon.

Orion - in Greek mythology, a giant and very handsome hunter who was identified as early as Homer with the constellation known by his name. His first name was Urion because his birth was caused by three gods making water on a bull's hide + Ouroboros - an image of a serpent swallowing its own tail, a symbol of eternal cyclicity. 

fond  

lief - dear, beloved; leaf

sault - leap, jump + salt.

sensory - belonging to sensation; carrying or transmitting sensation

to be coupled with - to interact with, to be influenced in (its) behaviour by

God's truth - the absolute truth

bewilder - to confuse in mental perception, to perplex, confound + wildebeest - gnu (from Afrikaans).

effluvia - Chiefly applied to the (real or supposed) outflow of material particles too subtle to be perceived by touch or sight; emanations + some moths emit sexual attractant odours at night.

Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye (song): 'and guns and drums'

fondler - one who fondles (here, something which fondles); a lover who gently fondles and caresses the loved one

forceps - an instrument of the pincers kind, used for seizing and holding objects; hands (Slang) + (earwig's forceps).

persequor (l) - to follow perseveringly, to pursue + persequestello (l) - to follow a star + stella (l) - star + Persse O'Reilly + Stella [& Vanessa] (Swift).

vanessa - a genus of butterflies (brightly colored) + In Works and Days, Orion chases the Pleiades. Canis Minor and Canis Major are his dogs, the one in front is called Procyon. They chase Lepus, the hare, although Hyginus says some critics thought this too base a prey for the noble Orion and have him pursuing Taurus, the bull, instead → "It is significant that the Greeks, who were unable to fathom the real meaning of the Mysteries, became, as Gerald Massey described them, "mere mystifiers" having lost touch with the physiological gnosis upon which the Mysteries were based: The Greeks could not master the system of Egyptian mythology, and the hieroglyphics were to them the dead letter of a dead language... What Herodotus knew of the mysteries he kept religiously concealed... What Plato had learned made him jealous of the allegories to which he did not possess the clue. Outside their own mysteries the Greeks stood altogether outside of the subject. They, as their writers allege, had inherited their mythology, and the names of the divinities, without knowing their origin or meaning. They supplied their own free versions to stories of which they never possessed the key. Whenever they met with anything they did not understand, they turned it the more effectively to their own account... Nothing could be more fatal than to try to read the thoughts of the remoter past through their eyes..." (Kenneth Grant: Aleister Crowley and the Hidden God).

flore - floor + from flower to flower.

chameleon + kidout'iun (Armenian) - science, knowledge + "This is lipsyg dooley krieging the funk from the hinnessy." [010.05]

wherein - in which (place, material thing, writing, etc.); where

madenakrout'iun (Armenian) - literature, bibliography + keroution (gr) - horn + Mother Nation.

lour - lower; Chiefly of the clouds, sky, a tempest, etc.: To look dark and threatening + lour (Armenian) - news.

lore - that which is learned; learning, scholarship. Also, in recent use, applied to the body of traditional facts, anecdotes, or beliefs relating to some particular subject.

herou (Armenian) - far, distant

kisher (Armenian) - night + notte (it) - night.

hasard = hazard + hazar (Armenian) - thousand + 1001 (The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night).

arere - arear (to rise up, to set up, erect); arrear

grope - to attempt to find something by feeling about as in the dark or as a blind person

zereg (Armenian) - day + zero hour - the hour when something is at its lowest ebb; the hour from which the time of day is measured + "who introduces herself upon us at some precise hour which we shall again agree to call absolute zero" [164.10], "at zero hour as 'twere the peal of vixen's laughter" [403.20]

pou - pull + pou (Armenian) - owl + poor  

giaour - infidel, unbeliver, one outside the muslim faith + Lord Byron: The Giaour + gouyr (Armenian) - blind.

salve - to clear up, solve, explain

aught - anything whatever; anything

eyesore - something permanently offensive to the sight; an object of dislike or disgust + aysôr (Armenian) - today + Orion could walk on the waves because of his father [Poseidon]; he walked to the island of Chios where he got drunk and attacked Merope, daughter of Oenopion, the ruler there. In vengeance, Oenopion blinded Orion and drove him away. Orion stumbled to Lemnos where Hephaestus — the lame smith-god — had his forge. Hephaestus told his servant, Cedalion, to guide Orion to the uttermost East where Helios, the Sun, healed him; Orion carried Cedalion around on his shoulders. Orion returned to Chios to punish Oenopion, but the king hid away underground and escaped Orion's wrath. 

amazing + amousin (Armenian) - husband.

bordereau - a detailed statement, especially one containing a detailed listing of documents or accounts; spec. that which Capt. A. Dreyfus (convicted of treason in 1894 and declared innocent in 1906.) was accused of transmitting.

a multiplicity of - the great number of, the very many or numerous

inflict - (with on) to give or impose (something unpleasant and unwanted) ["Was it necessary to inflict such a punishment on him?"; "She is always inflicting her company on me."]

prevision - foresight, foreknowledge; a prophetic or anticipatory vision + FDV: Closer inspection of the bordereau would however reveal a multiplicity of personalities inflicted on the provoking document and a prevision of virtual crime or crimes might unwarily be made before any suitable occasion for it or them had presented arisen.  

virtual - that is so in essence or effect, although not formally or actually; admitting of being called by the name so far as the effect or result is concerned

trait - a stroke made with pen or pencil; a short line; a touch (in a picture)

chiaroscuro - the style of pictorial art in which only the light and shade, and not the various colours, are represented; fig. Used of poetic or literary treatment, criticism, mental complexion, etc., in various obvious senses, as mingled 'clearness and obscurity', 'cheerfulness and gloom', 'praise and blame,' etc.

coalesce - to unite or come together, so as to form one

warring - The action of the verb.

housebreaker - one who breaks open and enters a house with intent to commit robbery + FDV: But under the very eyes of inspection the inspector the traits which feature the sympathetic page chiaroscuro coalesce, their contrarieties eliminated in a stable somebody, as by the providential warring of housebreaker on with heartbreaker,

dramdrinker - one addicted to drinking drams (a small draught of spirituous liquor), a tippler + FDV: & of dram drinker with freethinker society our social something bowls along bumpily through generations, more generations & still more generations.  

freethinker - one who refuses to submit his reason to the control of authority in matters of religious belief

bowl along - to move on wheels

bumpily - in a bumpy (causing or giving bumps or jolts, full of difficulties) manner

experienced a jolt (notebook 1924) Freeman's Journal 21 May 1924, 7/7: 'Girl's Sad Fate': 'Did you experience any jolt in the quarter-mile about where the accident took place? No, everything was perfectly smooth'.

prearranged - arranged beforehand + (notebook 1924): 'life a series of prearranged disappointments'.

semper (l) - always + simple

oxhouse - a house for the sheltering or stabling of oxen + *E*'s hump + Hebrew letters: aleph means 'ox', beth means 'house', gimel means 'camel' → simple as ABC.

baron (Armenian) - Mr + FDV: Who in hell wrote the durn thing anyway? Standing, seated, on horseback, against a partywall, below zero, by the use of quill or style, with perturbed or pellucid mind, accompanied or the reverse by mastication interrupted by visit of person to scriptor or of scriptor to place, rained upon or blown around, by a regular racer from the soil or a whittlewit laden with the loot of learning?    

lousadour (Armenian) - light-giver + Lucifer.

Hagel (ger) - hail + Hegel (1770-1831) - German philosopher + khaghal (Armenian) - to play.

durn - damn, damned