stick to - to adhere, keep or hold to (an argument, demand, resolve, opinion, bargain, covenant, and the like); to refuse to renounce or abandon; to persist in

futurism + futuete! (l) - fuck!

leglifter (Slang) - fornicator + (notebook 1930): 'chorus girls they hang their legs like censers'.

cense - to judge, estimate; to burn incense before, offer incense to; esp. by way of worship or honour + sense.

souriantes (fr) - smiling

boor - any rude, ill-bred fellow

browbending - frowning + Brow Bender (nursery rhyme): 'Brow bender, Eye peeper, Nose dreeper, Mouth eater, Chin chopper'.

grommellants (fr) - grumbling

hindmost - final, last, terminal, all the way to the rear

yeled (Hebrew) - male child + lasses and lads + Ulysses and Iliad.

glimse = glimpse + Thomas Moore: song: Tho' the Last Glimpse of Erin with Sorrow I See.

lug (lug) (gael) - mountain-hollow; name of several mountains + Lug - Celtic sungod.

luk = look; luck + luch (lukh) (gael) - mouse + Loki - Norse god.

Thor - Norse god

Wotan - another name for Odin, Norse god + Mangan and Berkeley valued tar water as medicine.

asana - manner of sitting (as in practice of yoga) + Asama - Japanese volcano + Asa - a name applied to the Æsir, the major Norse gods + asthma.

(heroes in the Norse Valhalla live perpetually on one boar)

stave - to drive off or beat with a staff or stave; esp. in to stave off, to beat off (a dog in Bear- or Bull- baiting; also transf. a human combatant), to keep back (a crowd) + pigsty.

reglar - regular + Ragnarøkr (Old Norse) - destruction of the Norse gods.

rack - the rib section of lamb used for chops and roasts

cloak - to cover with or as if with a cloak, hide, disguise, screen

reclined - placed in a reclining or recumbent position + (cloaked beggars recline around his pedestal).

padstool - a mushroom + paddy - Irishman; policeman + paddenstoel (Dutch) - mushroom, toadstool + pedestal

winken (ger) - beckon

Christien = Christian + {text of an obituary}

Advent - The Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour of the world; the Incarnation. Hence his expected Second Coming as Judge, and the Coming of the Holy Spirit as at Pentecost.

New Zealand

easterling - an inhabitant of an eastern country or district; also, a member of the Eastern Church + Easter - one of the great festivals of the Christian Church, commemorating the resurrection of Christ, and corresponding to the Jewish passover + Easterling - Viking (used for invaders of Ireland).

Pentecost - a festival of the Christian Church observed on the seventh Sunday after Easter, in commemoration of the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples + pentekostitis (gr) - inflammatory disease of fifty + peritonitis - infection of the abdominal lining following the rupture of an appendix or other intestinal organ + costitis - inflammation of the ribs.

follower - one who attends funeral

bequest - transference or bestowal by will, or by a similar procedure + no flowers by request.

fanfare - to call attention to with much clamour + fun for all + funeral.

Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies, song: Go Where Glory Waits Thee

Ball, John - English rebel, subject of Morris' romance, The Dream of John Ball. Mr Atherton knows a nursery rhyme in which John Ball "shot them all." 

ballotist - a professed advocate of the ballot (the method or system of secret voting, originally by means of small balls placed in an urn or box) + bulletist ~ maker of a bulletin [a brief report (especially an official statement issued for immediate publication or broadcast)].

Maxwell, James Clerk (1831-79) - British physicist

clark = clerk

commenced + commited + comminxit (l) - he [she, it] polluted, defiled, pissed on + (notebook 1930): 'to comminx'.

under articles (notebook 1930) → Ellis: The Life of Michael Kelly 22n: 'Michael Arne (1741-86)... was the composer of many songs, and pieces for the harpsichord... He was under articles to compose an opera for Covent Garden'.

finished + Phoenix.

Borgia - infamous Italian family

bier - a tomb, a sepulchre; beer + Bier (ger) - beer + een vat bier (Dutch) - a barrel of beer + vatbier (Dutch) - draught beer.

bure (Serbian) - barrel, vat, cask

buttle - to serve or act as butler + bottle.

bawn - the wortified court of a castle, an enclosure about a farmhouse or castle in Ireland + bawn (Anglo-Irish) - white.

Al *E* (notebook 1930) Paget: Babel 31: 'Let the reader try... raising the tip of his tongue to touch the roof of his mouth, as if pointing to the sky. If... the reader simultaneously grunts... he will find that it results in articulating a sound which might be written ULL or OLL in English, or AL in the Latin languages. AL... is therefore a natural gesture-word meaning up' + "One day the emissary's voice gave me a fabulous bonus. It said that, in order to ensure the keenness and accuracy of our dreaming attention, we must bring it from behind the roof of the mouth, where an enormous reservoir of attention is located in all human beings. The emissary's specific directions were to practice and learn the discipline and control necessary to press the tip of the tongue on the roof of the mouth while dreaming. This task is as difficult and consuming, the emissary said, as finding one's hands in a dream. But, once it is accomplished, this task gives the most astounding results in terms of controlling the dreaming attention." (Carlos Castaneda: The Art Of Dreaming)

an = wind (notebook 1930) Paget: Babel 47: (listing Indo-European roots) 'AN breathe' [.16-.18]

roh (ger) - raw, crude

re - regardings, concerning, with regard to

huckleberry - any of several shrubs of the genus Gaylussacia bearing small berries resembling blueberries + Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn.

whenas - while; for the reason that; although, whereas

tuck - to put into a snug place, to pull or gather up in a fold or folds, to fold + {filled himself with blueberries when [food was] luck}

toss - to fling or jerk oneself about + toss up - to prepare food quickly. 

youngster - a young person who is not of age; a child, esp. a boy + yang (Chinese) - ocean. 

fou - drunk; foul + fou (fr) - mad.

hock - the wine called in German Hochheimer, produced at Hochheim on the Main; hence, commercially extended to other white German wines

Becher (ger) - beaker, mug + {fell drunk from wine (hock)}

wherein - in what, in which, where

gauge - to 'take the measure' of + (gained the age of reason).

raisin - a cluster of grapes; a grape (obs.) + reason

ad = eat (notebook 1930) Paget: Babel 47: (listing Indo-European roots) 'AD eat'

aliment - nutriment, food

da = give (notebook 1930) Paget: Babel 47: (listing Indo-European roots) 'DA give'

dole - food or money given in charity

rap - to exchange, barter (dial. and slang.) + (notebook 1930): 'rup = break' Paget: Babel 47: (listing Indo-European roots) 'RUP break' .

rustic - a countryman, a peasant; a stone of the kind employed in rustic work (usu. pl.)

tame - to overcome the wildness or fierceness of (a man, animal, or thing) + (notebook 1930): 'tan = stretch' Paget: Babel 47: (listing Indo-European roots) 'TAN stretch'.

turmoil - disturbance, tumult; trouble

has + (notebook 1930): 'sa = sow' Paget: Babel 47: (listing Indo-European roots) 'SA sow (corn)'.

semination - sowing, planting

sue - to woo, court; to institute legal proceedings against (a person) + pursues + (notebook 1930): 'su = squeeze' Paget: Babel 47: (listing Indo-European roots) 'SU squeeze out'.

skivvy - a female domestic servant

on the sly - secretly

from hand to mouth - with attention to immediate wants only; by consuming food as soon as it is obtained, without provision for the future + (notebook 1930): 'from hand to mouth' Paget: Babel 54: 'the influence of unconscious mouth-gesture will continue to affect human speech as long as the pantomimic instincts of man and the sympathy between his hand and mouth both persist'.

earish - auricular + Irish + (notebook 1930): 'to learn earish'.

hack - to clear (a path) by cutting away vegetation + (notebook 1930): 'hang = static hack = dynamic' Paget: Babel 60: 'compare such words as clang and clack, hang and hack... the nasal sound symbolizes something static, the same mouth-gesture without the nasal bypassing something dynamic'.

hick - hiccup + heck - hell + hock - prison; to tease or harass + hic haec hoc (l) - this, this here (masc., fem., neut.)

himself + his help.

hereafter - after this in time

Rialto - an exchange or mart + Rialto Bridge, Dublin (carries South Circular Road over Grand Canal).

ANNESLEY - Bridge (also Road) over Tolka River, Dublin (West of Fairview Park) 

BINNS'S BRIDGE - Bridge carrying Drumcondra Road across the Royal Canal, Dublin 

BALLS BRIDGE - Bridge which carries the ancient highway from Dublin to Blackrock over the Dodder River

at all + Tolka Bridge, Dublin (no such bridge, but five bridges span the Tolka river: Annesley, Ballybough, Drumcondra, Saint Mobhi's, Glasnevin).

Newcomen Bridge, Dublin (carries North Strand Road over Royal Canal) + Ulysses.2.41: 'How, sir? Comyn asked. A bridge is across a river' (possibly alluding to Skeat's definition of a bridge as 'a structure built across a river'). 

Ulysses.2.41: 'How, sir? Comyn asked. A bridge is across a river' (possibly alluding to Skeat's definition of a bridge as 'a structure built across a river').

dearth - scarcity of anything, material or immaterial; scanty supply

vile - to bring to a vile or low condition, to defile

ville - a town or village

Bornholm - Danish island in the Baltic Sea

town + The Wild Man from Borneo (song): 'The flea on the hair of the tail of the dog of the nurse of the child of the wife of the wild man from Borneo has just come to town'.

dye - to diffuse a colour or tint through; to tinge with a colour or hue; to colour + died

tartan - to clothe or array in tartan (a type of criss-crossed cloth associated with the different clans of the Scottish Highlands) + (7 colours of rainbow) + threaten.

rue - a perennial evergreen shrub + (notebook 1930): 'tormentil rue root } red' The Scottish Clans and their Tartans xxviii: (native dyes used in Scottish tartan manufacture) 'Red... Rue root... Tormentil'.

dulse - an edible species of seaweed, Rhodymenia palmata, having bright red, deeply divided fronds + (notebook 1930): 'lichen dulse currants & ales } brown' The Scottish Clans and their Tartans xxviii: (native dyes used in Scottish tartan manufacture) 'Brown (yellowish)... Lichen... Dulse... Currant, with Alum'.

bracken - a fern; spec. (in modern writers) Pteris aquilina, the 'Brake'; a shade of brown resembling the colour of turning bracken; a warm orangey-brown + (notebook 1930): 'ashtree & bracken bog myrtle } yellow' The Scottish Clans and their Tartans xxviii: (native dyes used in Scottish tartan manufacture) 'Yellow... Bog-Myrtle... Ash-tree root... Bracken root'.

teasel - a plant of the genus Dipsacus, comprising herbs with prickly leaves and flower-heads, used for teasing or dressing cloth so as to raise a nap on the surface + (notebook 1930): 'broom whinbark teasel fuller's thistle heather } green' The Scottish Clans and their Tartans xxviii: (native dyes used in Scottish tartan manufacture) 'Green... Broom... Whin-bark... Teasel, or Fuller's Thistle... Heather, with Alum'.

sundew - any plant of the genus Drosera, which comprises small herbs growing in bogs + (notebook 1930): 'sundew cup moss rue root } purple' (semi-cancellation of 'cup moss') The Scottish Clans and their Tartans xxviii: (native dyes used in Scottish tartan manufacture) 'Purple... Sundew... Lichen, Cupmoss'.

cress - the common name of various cruciferous plants, having mostly edible leaves + (notebook 1930): 'wild cress } violet' ('violet' replaces a cancelled 'yellow') The Scottish Clans and their Tartans xxviii: (native dyes used in Scottish tartan manufacture) 'Violet... Wild Cress'.

Gunn, Michael (1840-1901) - manager of the Gaiety Theatre, South King Street, Dublin; husband of Bessie Sudlow, father of Selskar Gunn + (notebook 1930): 'Gunn' The Scottish Clans and their Tartans 28: (a Scottish clan) 'Gunn' + gone but not forgotten.

stood - p. of stand - to resist without yielding or retreating + (notebook 1930): 'underwent a sharp siege'.

girth - to gird, surround, encompass + grosser (ger) - larger.

Cosgrave: North Dublin, City and Environs 29n: 'there are twenty-four Dublins in the United States'.

germinate - to sprout, put forth shoots, begin to vegetate + cousin german - a child of one's aunt or uncle; a first cousin.

namesake - a person or thing having the same name as another + Lublin - City in Poland.

initial - an initial letter 

young rose [BUD] ...French - Egyptian [NIL] - Dublin + Nil (French) - Nile.

slump - to fall or sink suddenly, collapse; a collapse

Christie's - London auction house

heart + (Eve made of Adam's rib).

blood is thicker than water - the tie of relationship is strong

Bishop of Glendalough (post declined by Saint Laurence O'Toole)

hoed (Dutch) - hat + Finnegan's Wake (song): 'Tim Finnegan... he carried a hod' + Earl of Howth.

surrounded + you and I...surrented by...bldns - [dUblIns] + Sorrento - part of Dalkey. 

brwnt (Welsh) - foul, dirty + brown buildings.

polt - a blow, a hard rap or knock; poult (a chicken, a child) + Erin’s free port + Lord Elgin signed a peace-treaty in 1860 which made Peking a port which Europeans could feely enter.

hwang (Chinese) - yellow + huang-shang (Chinese) - a term for Emperor (Chinese French Romanisation: chang) + The Inner City of Peking contains Hwang Cheng, known as the "Imperial City" or "Forbidden City".

was one of your 

pipey - containing tubular formations, having the hollow form of a pipe + highty-tighty (Slang) - uppish, quarrelsome + pipe

fancy - to frame in fancy; to portray in the mind; to picture to oneself

fag - a cheap cigarette; any cigarette (the current use)

at his