squander - to spend lavishly or wastefully on + SDV: Is it not a the fact (contradict gainsay me, cakeater!) that you shared with underlings the overload of your extravagance?

underling - someone subject to the authority or control of another

overload - an excessive load

Hottentot - a member of a native South African race, the first met by the Dutch; in Dutch 'Hottentot' is supposed to mean 'stutterer or stammerer', and was applied to them because of the frequency of clicks in their speech

Dubliners + dull pen.

craw (Slang) - stomach + crawsick (Anglo-Irish) - sick and thirsty after night's drinking, hungover + (notebook 1924): 'hottentot sick' Sporting Times 1 Apr 1922, 4: 'The Scandal of Ulysses' (review of Ulysses by Aramis): 'The main contents of the book are enough to make a Hottentot sick'.

crumb - a small particle of bread (or other friable food)

Readers, am I right (Joyce's note)

James Joyce: Ulysses.18.1608: 'yes I said yes I will Yes'

leon = lion + Matthew 6:28: 'lilies of the field'.

loanshark - one who lends money to individuals at extortionate (excessive) interest rates

Old Sooty - the Devil [Joyce's note: 'old sooty (devil)'] + SDV: Am I not right? Look up, old son, [& take yr medicine!]

mux - a state of disorder, mess + muxa (gr) - discharge from the nose, snot + Mookse/Gripes [.08] + me

take his medicine silently (Joyce's note)

mull - to grind to powder + Mulligan.

repasture - food, a repast

powder - to sprinkle powder upon, to treat with powder

gripes - acute abdominal pain + (Hitler suffered from acute stomach pains).

worm - a grief or passion that preys stealthily on a man's heart or torments his conscience + (Serpent).

Judas - the name of the disciple who betrayed Jesus Christ; hence allusively: One who treacherously betrays under the semblance of friendship; a traitor of the worst kind.

tonic - a medicine that strengthens and invigorates; a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring

gem of all jokes (notebook 1924) + James Joyce.

gazer - one who gazes or looks steadily, esp. from motives of curiosity + (face).

saying, Hamlet

silence is golden + silence gives consent + (notebook 1924): 'Again remember that silence is guilt, Mr Haverly'.

anklegazer (Joyce's note) Daily Mail 30 Nov 1922, 8/5: 'Long-Skirt Menace by Dorothy Richardson': 'Those funny poor dears, the ankle-gazers, who shriek out against current immodesties... will remain themselves whatever the fashion' + SDV: And remember silence means consent, Mr Anklegazer.  

nay - no + Isaiah 1:16-17: 'cease to do evil; Learn to do well'.

whisht - An exclamation enjoining silence: Hush!

Studiosus, Herr - Mrs Christiani says, "a derogatory nickname of Ibsen's"; also, ironical phrase to describe a zealous student

wig in your ear - gossip + a word in your ear - a brief message for you in confidence + earwig + Earwicker.

barishnya (Russian World War I Slang) - unmarried girl (from Russian: barushnya) Hargrave: Origins and Meanings of Popular Phrases & Names 354: 'BARISHNYA. Strictly an unmarried lady. To Tommy, any "bird"' + baryshnya (Russian) - landowner's daughter (19th century).

twitter - a shred, a fragment + get the better of - to obtain a position of superiority or advantage over another person.

proclaim, declare or cry on or from the housetop(s) - to make public, to proclaim so that everyone knows

Canterbury tale or story - a long tedious story, a 'friar's tale', a cock-and-bull story + Cadbury - Enghish chocolate and cocoa. 

crackers - crazy, mad; infatuated → Hargrave: Origins and Meanings of Popular Phrases & Names 359: 'CRACKERS. Going mad' + Ulysses.1.146: 'cracked lookingglass of a servant'.

dial - a sun-dial + (notebook 1924): 'You look in the mirror'.

stigma (gr) - tattoo-mark, mark + stigmę (Modern Greek) - moment + astigmatism - impaired eyesight resulting usually from irregular conformation of the cornea.

iggri - hurry up! → Hargrave: Origins and Meanings of Popular Phrases & Names 364: 'IGGRI. Quickly. Arabic. (Cf. "Iggri corner," near Bullecourt, so named by the Australian troops)'.

booziliers (Slang) - fusiliers → Hargrave: Origins and Meanings of Popular Phrases & Names 356: 'BOOZILIER. Fusilier'.

lamppost - a post, usually of iron, used to support a street-lamp; tall thin person (Slang) + Alfred Shaw - English cricketer.

mullah - a learned teacher of the religious law and doctrines of Islam + mullach (mulokh) (gael) - top, summit + Johnny Mullagh - Aboriginal cricketer.

mull (mul) (gael) - heap, eminence + mull (Slang) - simpleton + Mulligan.

bluecoat school - English charity school whose students wear long blue coats + Blue Coat School, Dublin (King's Hospital).

schooler = scholar + shooler (Anglo-Irish) - wanderer, vagrant, beggar.

Guy Fawkes + Boylan in 'Ulysses' wears socks with sky-blue clocks.

jot - to write briefly or hurriedly

Potiphar's wife - tempted Joseph and falsely accused him (Genesis, 39) + pot-au-feu - beef stew (typically French). 

rantipole - a wild reckless person

tip the wink - to give a hint, suggestion or signal by or as by wink

catholicus (l) - universal, relating to all

as for - as it regards, so far as it concerns

confessed + confused.

defecate - to clear from dregs or impurities; to purify, clarify, refine

flimsy - frail, 'delicate' (obs.)

folletto - goblin, fairy + follette (fr) - merry, gay, wild + *IJ* & *VYC* in next line.

beside oneself - out of one's wits, out of one's senses

up in arms - aroused and ready to undertake hostilities

Host is supposedly able to choke guilty.

neighbour - to come near to, to approach

I Corinthians 13:13: 'faith, hope, charity'

sh - hush! + (Joyce's note): 'mad (you are)' + {Let me whisper something to you: Shem, you are mad!}

deathbone - Austral., a bone pointed at a person and intended to cause his death.

quick - pl. (Without article or -s.) Living persons. (Chiefly in echoes of Acts x. 42 or the Apostles' Creed, in phr. quick and dead).

insomnia - inability to sleep, sleeplessness + insomnia, somnia somniorum (l) - sleepnessness, dreams of dreams + (notebook 1930): 'insomnia, somnia somniorum' + per omnia saecula saeculorum, amen (l) - for ever and ever, amen (liturgy).

of oneself - spontaneously, without the instigation or aid of another + hisself - himself + (Mauritius-Magravius-Michael-"Time" speaking!) → "Florinda explained that when she or her peers talked about time, they were not referring to something which is measured by the movement of a clock. Time is the essence of attention. The Eagle's emanations are made out of time, and properly, when one enters into any aspect of the other self, one is becoming acquainted with time." (Carlos Castaneda: The Eagle's Gift

Domine (l) - O Lord + vopiscus (l) - survivor of a pair of twins (born alive after premature death of other) + Vopiscus, Flavius - One of the six authors of Augustan History (AD. 117 - 284) + Dominus vobiscum (l) - the Lord [be] with you.

kingship - the dominion or territory of a king + William Shakespeare: King Richard III V.5.7: 'A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse!' + Confiteor: 'through my fault, through my own fault, through my own most grievous fault'.

pariah - outcast, a person who is rejected (from society or home)

Cain - The proper name of the first fratricide and murderer + Joyce's note: 'cannibal Cain'.

forswear - to abandon or renounce on oath or in a manner deemed irrevocable

pap - a teat or nipple + Luke 11:27: 'Blessed is the womb that bore thee, and the paps that gave thee suck'.

ever since - throughout all the time before or after a specified date

one mass of (Joyce's note) + SDV: Pariah, Cannibal Cain, you oathily forswore the womb that bore you & the paps you sometime sucked and ever since you have had have been one black mass of jigs & jimjams, haunted by a sense of not being or having been having been or not being all you might be or might have been:

jig - a piece of sport, a joke, a sportive trick or cheat + jigs (Slang) - delirium tremens.

jimjams - delirium tremens, a markedly nervous condition + James Joyce.

convulsionary - rel. to convulsion (an affection marked by involuntary contractions or spasms of the muscles, alternating with relaxation, and producing violent irregular motion and agitation of a limb or of the whole body) + compulsory.