17.5b: We, Durbalanars, theeadjure. A way, the Margan, from our astamite,...
17.5c: Even unto Heliotropolis, the castellated, the enchanting. Now if soomone...
17.5d: Yet clarify begins at. Whither the spot for? Whence the hour by? See but!...
17.5e: A flasch and, rasch, it shall come to pasch, as hearth by hearth leaps live....
17.5f: The spearspid of dawnfire totouches ain the tablestoane ath the centre...
17.5g: Overwhere. Gaunt grey ghostly gossips growing grubber in the glow. Past now palls....
17.5h: Let shrill their duan Gallus, han, and she, hon, the Sassqueehenna,...
17.5i: Kwhat serves to rob with Alliman, saelior, a turnkeyed trot to Seapoint, pierrotettes,...
17.5k: Death banes and the quick quoke. But life wends and the dombs spake!...
17.5l: Lambel on the up! We may plesently heal Geoglyphy's twentynine ways...
17.5m: For korfs, for streamfish, for confects, for bullyoungs, for smearsassage,...
17.5n: for lungfortes, for moonyhaunts, for fairmoneys, for coffins,...
17.5o: Tep. Come lead, crom lech! Top. Wisely for us Old Bruton has withdrawn his theory....
17.5p: We seem to understand apad vellumtomes muniment, Arans Duhkha,...
17.5q: how the mudden research in the topaia that was Mankaylands...
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We, Durbalanars, theeadjure.
Sanskrit durbala, durvala: of little strength, weak
Sanskrit nar: man
Dutch nar: fool
thee (little people address great man)
adjure: charge or entreat solemnly, as if under oath
French jour: day
A way, the Margan, from our astamite,
why capital M? one who follows path?
Sanskrit marga: way, spiritual path
German morgen: tomorrow
asta = rod (Italian and Spanish)
astra = star
through dimdom done till light kindling light has led,
Lord's Prayer: 'kingdom come'
Cardinal Newman's song Lead, Kindly Light ♬
light kindling light like St Patrick's vision of fire of Christianity
fw1 lacked commas around "we hopas" (so fw2 may be imposing nonjoycean punctuation here)
has led us hopping back?
we hopas, but hunt me the journeyon,
Swedish hoppas: hope [why Swedish here?]
French journée: day
Geryon: monster killed by Hercules? [wiki]
journeyman, itinerant (terms applicable to tinkers, among others)
iteritinerant, the kal his course,
Latin iter, itineris: journey, course, route, road
iterate (wandering again?)
Sanskrit kal, Kali: supreme spirit regarded as destroyer of universe
VI.C15.179: 'Kal = gill' [???]
"has led... the kal his course"
cf? "Now be aisy, good Mr Finnimore, sir. And take your laysure like a god on pension and don't be walking abroad. Sure you'd only lose yourself in Healiopolis now the way your roads in Kapelavaster are that winding there after the calvary, the North Umbrian and the Fivs Barrow and Waddlings Raid and the Bower Moore and wet your feet maybe with the foggy dew's abroad." (end of ch1 mirrors start of ch17?)
amid the semitary of Somnionia.
Latin semita: path
sem/Som = Shem/Shaun?
Latin somnium: a dream
Babylonia, Catalonia, Estonia, Macedonia, Patagonia
amnion = embryo sac [wkt]
Semonia = Roman goddess of crops (semen = seeds) [wkt]