neverthemore - no less, not in any way less, by no means less

queue (fr. slang) - penis

noblewoman - a woman of noble birth or rank

fling - to throw, cast, toss, hurl

coronet - a decorative part of a woman's head-dress, consisting of a plate or band of metal, or the like, encircling the front of the head + crimson - deep red somewhat inclining towards purple; to make crimson, impart a crimson colour to.

every stitch - all the clothes one is wearing, every available piece

proscenium - the space between the curtain and the orcestra + proboskis (gr) - snout, trunk.

anima - Jung's term for the inner part of the personality or character, as opposed to the persona or outer part; also, the feminine component of a male personality + Ômago (Portuguese) - pith, essence, heart + amago (sp) - threatening gesture.

justilho (Portuguese) - bodice, stays

Gaiety - the name of a former London theatre famous, esp. in the 1890s, for its musical shows, used attrib. of features characteristic of these shows.

egad - used as a mild oath

Strick (ger) - rope, halter

squeal - to utter (or give out) a more or less prolonged loud sharp cry, esp. by reason of pain or sudden alarm; to scream shrilly.

squall - a discordant or violent scream

im (ger) - in the + im (Portuguese) - in.

Seamrog Eireann (shamrog erun) (gael) - Shamrock of Ireland + song The Dear Little Shamrock (of Erin).

geewhiz - exp. of enthusisam or surprise

ewer - a vase shaped pitcher or jug; udder

sabao (Portuguese) - soap + Romans 9:29: 'Lord of Sabaoth' + sabaoth (Hebrew) - hosts, armies (part of God's title).

just like a bird

McGuckin, Barton - Dublin tenor who believed John Joyce's voice was better than his own + Glocken (ger) - bells + barato (Portuguese) - cheap.

scrumptious - first rate, 'glorious'

cocked hat - a hat with three corners

tangerine - a deep orange colour

trinity - any combination or set of three (persons, things, etc) forming a unity or closely connected, trio.

plume - a large or conspicuous feather, such as are used for personal adornment

amaryllis - a genus of autumn-flowering bulbous plants, typical of the N.O. AmaryllidaceŠ, species of which are cultivated as garden or hot-house flowers; narcissus + amarelo (Portuguese) - yellow.

macfarlane - a heavy caped overcoat

Spaniard - a native of Spain

alpha (gr) - letter A + alphaino (gr) - to bring in, to yield, to incur + alfaiate (Portuguese) - tailor + alfinete (Portuguese) - pin.

punxit (l) - [he] has punctured, has stung (i.e. tailor) + pinxit (l) - painted (used on paintings with signature).

azure blue - the clear blue colour of the unclouded sky, or of the sea reflecting it + azul (Portuguese) - blue.

lenšo de assoar (Portuguese) - handkerchief (literally 'sheet of nose-blowing')

blossom - an individual flower 

dean - a presbyter invested with jurisdiction or precedence (under the bishop or archdeacon) over a division of an archdeaconry.

crozier - the pastoral staff or crook of a bishop or abbot [Joyce's note: 'crozier']

cardinal - one of the seventy ecclesiastical princes (six cardinal bishops, fifty cardinal priests, and fourteen cardinal deacons) who constitute the pope's council.

occidens (l) - setting (of the sun); the west + tacceo (l) - to say nothing, be silent + occidente (it) - west + accidentaccio! (it) - damn!

hurdle - a portable rectangular frame, orig. having horizontal bars interwoven or wattled with withes of hazel, willow, etc.: = wattle; but now often an open frame with light horizontal bars crossed by uprights, and strengthened by a diagonal bar, like a field gate: used chiefly to form temporary fences, sheep-pens, etc.

odder - obs. form of other

murky - dark, gloomy

botchy - full of botching or bungling work + botch - a bungled piece of work; a meaningless or unsuitable word added for the sake of rime or metre.

tattered - torn or rent so as to hang in tatters, ragged

zigzagged -having a zigzag form or marking + jagged - having the edge irregularly cut, gashed, or torn, into deep indentations and acute projections; torn or worn to a ragged or uneven edge.

fumbling - that fumbles or gropes about; that does something clumsily or awkwardly

foxtrot - a ballroom dance (slow and quick steps); to dance a foxtrot + Joyce's note: 'foxtrotting fleas lieabed lice'.

lieabed - one given to rising late, a sluggard

scum - foam, froth

drop - tear drop + to have a drop in one's eye - to show signs of having had a glass (of acohol).

a lump in one’s throat - a physical sensation caused by powerful emotions esp. sadness [Joyce's note: 'lump in his throat'].

pottle - a container holding about half gallon (a pot or vessel); bottle

have an itching palm - to have a great desire for money and wealth

wail - a cry of pain or grief, esp. if loud and prolonged; a sound resembling a cry of pain.

wind - 'air' or gas in the stomach or intestines + Joyce's note: 'wail of wind drip of nose'

grief - hurt, harm, physical or mental pain

..."the grief from his nose, the dig in his ribs, the age of his arteries, the weight of his breath, the fog"... (In typesetting Joyce's typescript the printer of This Quarter jumps down one line not finishing the one he is busy typesetting: from "from his" with still two words to go on line 21 he jumps down and picks up with "his breath" and then finishes the likewise two words he has to go on that line. In iceskating and any other sport that would be called cheating.) (Robbert-Jan Henkes, 22 May 2002) 

fag - that which causes weariness; hard work, toil, drudgery, fatigue

tic - a disease or affection characterized by spasmodic twitching of certain muscles, esp. of the face; a whim + (notebook 1924): 'La conscience avec son tic-toc Est la clochette de S Kolledoc'.

height - the highest point, the utmost degree (of something immaterial), summit, zenith + Joyce's note: 'weight of breath height of rage'.

gush - a copious or sudden emission of fluid

fundament - the lower part of the body, on which one sits; the buttocks

gorge (fr) - throat

tail - penis

bane - that which causes ruin, or is pernicious to well-being, 'poison'

balls, bollocks + bolg (bulug) (gael) - belly.

squince - inflammation of the tonsils + sins

soul + suil (sul) (gael) - eye.

rot - nonsensical rubbish, trash, bosh; a putrescent or wasting disease + rot (ger) - red.

echo + yxo (cyrilic Serbian) = ukho (Russian) - ear.

earer - a ploughman + ear, hearer

totter - wavering, oscillation; an unsteady or shaky movement or gait as of one ready to fall.

tetter - a general term for any pustular herpetiform eruption of the skin, as eczema, herpes, impetigo, ringworm, etc.

tummy - the stomach or intestine

rats - 'humbug', 'nonsense' + to have a rats - to be eccentric or insane + rats in the garret (Slang) = bats in the belfry (Slang) - eccentric, mad + Joyce's note: 'gubann no rats in his garret' (Anglo-Irish gubann: one who pretends to have deep knowledge, an unskilled tradesman (from Irish gobßn: Jack of all trades)).

garret - a room on the uppermost floor of a house, an apartment formed either partially or wholly within the roof, an attic; the head.

to have bats in the belfry - to have strange ideas, be slightly mad + belfry - the head.

budgerigar - a small Australian parrot

bamboozle (Slang) - deceive

hullabaloo - tumultuous noise or clamour; uproar; clamorous confusion

to steal a march - in military sense, to succeed in moving troops without the knowledge of the enemy; hence gen. to get a secret advantage over a rival or opponent.

hardset - hard pressed; barely or hardly able

hake - a gadoid fish, Merlucius vulgaris, resembling the cod; a hook, esp. a pot-hook + hakefisk (Norwegian) - name of several fish, as the salmon or trout, with hooked under-jaws (literally 'hookfish').

fisk - a state or royal treasury + Fisk, Jim - American financier. Vanderbilt said, "Who's Fisk?" 

can you beat it? - an expression of surprise or amazement

bait - to feed, take nourishment; to allure, entice, to furnish with a bait + bait (Anglo-Irish Pronunciation) - beat.

lowdown - very low, contemptible, base

blackguardism - behavior characteristic of a blackguard + Joyce's note: 'low blackguardism' + James Joyce: Ulysses.10.681: 'Wait awhile, Mr Dedalus said threateningly. You're like the rest of them, are you? An insolent pack of little bitches since your poor mother died... You'll all get a short shrift and a long day from me. Low blackguardism!'

woo - to 'invite', 'call', 'tempt' + (notebook 1922-23): 'woollies one'.

bumper - anything unusually large or abundant; a crowded 'house' at a theatre + sprinkler - a person who sprinkles (to disperse, distribute, or scatter here and there) + Joyce's note: 'bumpersprinkling' + Thomas Moore: song: Fill the Bumper Fair: 'Fill the bumper fair! Every drop we sprinkle' + DRAFT TWO: Yet he the bumpersprinkler used to boast aloud to himself how he had been put out of all the best families of the Klondykers who had settled in the capital city after its metropoliarchialisation ordered off the premises in nine cases out of ten on account of his smell which all the cookmaids objected to as resembling sinkwater the smell that came out of the sink.

min fader (Danish) - my father + mijn vader was een boer (Dutch) - my father was a farmer.

hoy - hail, shout, call + I

lexical - pertaining or relating to the words or vocabulary of a language

parole - word of honour given or pledged 

blackboard - a large wooden board, a tablet of papier-machÚ, etc., painted black, and used in schools and lecture-rooms to draw or write upon with chalk.