Monday, September 29, 2014

[Jesus in FW]

Jesus [fweet-73]

Vulgate Isaiah 7:15: 'Butyrum et mel comedat ut sciat reprobare malum et eligere bonum': 'butter and honey shall he eat, that he may know to refuse the evil, and choose the good' (this sentence is regarded as a prophecy of Jesus)
163.03 "Butyrum et mel comedet ut sciat"

Panther: the name of a legendary father (or forefather) of Jesus
244.34 "Panther monster."

James the Little: brother or cousin of Jesus
211.04 "for Seumas, thought little, a crown he feels big"

Judas Thomas is said to be Jesus' twin ('Thomas' means 'twin')
258.31 "Domas, that thy children may read in the book of the opening of"

Judas Thaddeus: apocryphal brother of Jesus
456.30 "by Thaddeus Kellyesque Squire"

Prunikos: sister of Jesus
550.32 "Mrs Pruny-"

429.03 "God's son"

the wonder-working Bacall-Iosa, the sacred staff of Jesus
562.25 "his buchel Iosa"


for the love of Jesus
010.26 "for"
133.19 "for the love of Janus"
397.22 "for the live of ghosses" (Irish Iosa)
408.06 "his tons of iosals" Irish Iosa: Jesus
612.3 "on the lamp of Jeeshees"

048.01 "Chest Cee!"
163.10 "Cheesugh!"
192.36 "jesusalem"
296.10 "apexojesus"
300.29 "noland's browne jesus"
316.28 "our povotogesus portocall"
349.35 "yessis"
365.24 "as yese is"
452.35 "I declare to Jeshuam"
464.32 "Tower Geesyhus?"
480.16 "Oh, Jeyses, fluid!"

Jesus Christ
091.36 "Xaroshie, zdrst!"
123.26 "Jason's Cruise"
172.23 "Szasas Kraicz!"
173.12 "the canopies of Jansens Chrest"
231.18 "Joshua Croesus"
231.23 "by Jove Chronides"
375.05 "By jurors' cruces!"
395.32 "with a queeleetlecree of joysis crisis"

by Jesus Christ
417.21 "be jiltses"

Holy Jesus
089.34 "Hokey jasons"
620.26 "hugly Judsys"

Lord Jesus
091.19 "the Llwyd Josus"

Mary and Jesus!
450.25 "And bemolly and jiesis!"

New Testament [fweet-270]
367.17 "Synopticked on the word." (Synoptic Gospels: the first three gospels: Matthew, Mark and Luke)

Catholi [fweet-177]
protestant [fweet-39]

holy ghost [fweet-49]

Magdalen [fweet-12]


'Liber generationis' (opening of Vulgate Matthew)
484.29 "See the leabhour"

Matthew 1:20: 'angel of the Lord'
552.25 "and the oragel of the lauds"
604.10 "the engine of the load"
628.10 "like he'd come from Arkangels"

Matthew 3:4: 'his meat was locusts and wild honey'
184.20 "locusts and wild bees-"

forty days and forty nights (Christ in Wilderness, Matthew 4:2
458.05 "forty ways in forty nights"

Matthew 5:3: 'Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven'
495.04 "Power's spirits"

Matthew 5:13: 'if the salt have lost his savour'
483.23 "saviour"

Matthew 5:15: 'Nor do men light a candle and put it under a bushel'
504.03 "no hiding your wren under a bushle!"

Matthew 5:38: 'An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth'
101.33 "she who had given his eye for"
239.06 "we're eyed for aye"
302.21 "Ohr for"
311.33 "Alloy for allay and"
317.26 "A ninth for a ninth."
374.05 "A nigg for a nogg and a thrate for"
396.06 "A mot for amot."
598.05 "steed for asteer, adrift with adraft"
598.25 "Allay for allay, a"
515.32 "a gig for a gag"
541.19 "If they had ire back of eyeball they got danage"
545.31 "the game for a"

Matthew 6:3: 'let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth'
027.04 "when the ritehand seizes what the lovearm knows"

Matthew 6:28: 'Consider the lilies of the field... That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these'
015.20 "all bold floras of the"
025.03 "offerings of the"
058.30 "Lili Coninghams, by suggesting him they go in a field"
075.05 "those lililiths un-"
193.04 "Leon of the fold"
326.03 "the lollies"
340.22 "the lelias on the fined"
366.25 "the lilliths oft I feldt"
422.32 "And then the liliens of the veldt"
543.13 "Rest and bethinkful, with licence, thanks. I con-"

Matthew 7:3: 'And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?'
081.20 "who had more in his eye than was less to his leg"
093.28 "Looshe the beam in her eye"
162.32 "out with his augstritch the green moat in Ireland's Eye"
512.08 "The must of"
484.21 "loosed me hind bland Harry to the burghmote of Aud Dub"

Matthew 7:6: 'pearls before swine'
202.08 "Casting her perils"
281.14 "pervinci-"
424.27 "pebils before Sweeney's"
576.25 "perils behind"

Matthew 7:7: 'seek, and ye shall find'
128.23 "to the finders, hail! woa, you that seek!"
267.01 "lead us seek, lote us see, light us find"

Matthew 7:7: 'Knock and it shall be opened unto you'
528.21 "Knock and it shall appall unto you!"

Matthew 7:13: 'Enter ye at the strait gate for... broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction'
004.19 "lived in the broadest way immarginable in his rushlit toofar-"

Matthew 7:16: 'gather... figs of thistles'
303.R04 "FIG AND"   

Matthew 7:20: 'By their fruits ye shall know them'
341.16 "By their lights shalthow throw him!"
535.32 "by our fruits"

Matthew 9:17: 'new wine into old bottles'
455.04 "the old wife in the new bustle"

Matthew 11:15: 'he who hath ears to hear, let him hear'
598.29 "Heard. Who having has"

Matthew 13:46: 'Pearl of great price'
556.12 "she is the queenly pearl you prize"   

Matthew 13:57: 'A prophet is not without honour, save in his own country'
189.31 "a jophet in your own absence"
Matthew 15:11: 'Not that which goeth into the mouth defileth a man; but that which cometh out of the mouth, this defileth a man'
034.10 "she what's edith ar"
287.07 "Anny liffle mud which cometh out of Mam"

Matthew 15:14: 'And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch'
068.34 "till allearth's dumbnation shall the blind lead the deaf"

Matthew 15:27: 'The dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from their master's table'
304.29 "I've flicked up all the crambs as they"

Matthew 16:18: 'thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church' ('tu est Petrus')
003.10 "tauftauf thuartpeatrick"
019.04 "and with these"
077.07 "his aerial thorpeto"
153.23 "Hic sor a stone,"
199.19 "in trueart pewter and a shin-"
203.31 "petrock"
291.24 "que tu es"
372.06 "Tuppeter Sowyer"
407.15 "mid the clouds of Tu es Petrus"
442.11 "Twoways Peterborough"
447.28 "I am perdrix and upon my"
449.16 "with Peter Roche, that frind of my boozum, leaning on my"
463.04 "in Paddyouare far be-"
468.08 "Thou the first"
497.08 "the Twoedged Petrard"
505.23 "Tod, tod, too hard parted!"

the pope, Matthew 16:18
100.26 "the Boneless or an Olaf the Hide, was at his best a onestone par-"

Matthew 16:19: 'and whatever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven'
435.22 "What bondman ever you bind on earth I'll be"

Matthew 16:23: 'Get thee behind me, Satan'
154.13 "Gather behind me, satraps!"

Matthew 16:25
551.16 "for the lost, loathsome and whomso-"

Matthew 18:6: 'it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck'
183.20 "unused mill and stumpling stones"

Matthew 19:19&c: 'Love thy neighbour as thyself'
579.18 "Love my label like myself."

Matthew 19:24: 'It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God'
104.20 "Cleopater's Nedlework Ficturing Aldborougham on the"
120.26 "to make a ghimel pass through the eye of an"
143.09 "throughout the eye of a noodle"
313.36 "how the camel and where the deiffel"
494.03 "where the camel got the"
551.33 "made not I to pass through twelve Threadneedles"

Matthew 19:30: 'And many that are first shall be last: and the last shall be first'
121.31 "conjugation of the last with the first"
156.24 "Us shall be chosen as the first of the last"
313.01 "and first, and not last, the weavers"
486.10 "The old order changeth and lasts like the first."
528.34 "You last led the first when we last but we'll first"
540.19 "so the last of"
551.35 "kolossa kolossa! no porte sublimer benared my ghates: Oi polled" (Matthew 20:16, 22:14: 'For many are called, but few are chosen')

Jesus cursed the fig tree with barrenness (Matthew 21:19)
009.13 "Figtreeyou!"

Matthew 25:30: 'And cast ye the unprofitable servant into outer darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth'
222.26 "He was sbuffing and sputing, tussing like anisine, whip-"

sheep and goats (Matthew 25:31-46)
551.02 "for the sleep and"

Matthew 25:41: 'Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels'
222.29 "To part from"

Vulgate Matthew 26:38: 'tristis est anima mea usque ad mortem': 'my soul is sad even unto death'
105.16 "Huskvy"   
301.15 "My animal his sorrafool!"
499.30 "Tris tris a ni ma mea!"
510.33 "Whiskway and mortem!"
571.14 "how it is triste to death"

Matthew 27:38 'Tunc' (Book of Kells only)
119.17 "the meant to be baffling chrismon trilithon sign E"
122.25 "the crucian rose awaiting their turn in the marginal panels of"

Matthew 27:46: 'My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?'
405.35 "some cold forsoaken steak peatrefired from"

Matthew 27:51: 'the earth did quake, and the rock rent'
088.26 "but the renting of his rock"
170.23 "when he is a — yours till the rending of the rocks, — Sham."
221.32 "Rock rent."
258.01 "Rendningrocks roguesreckning reigns."

Matthew 27:51: 'the veil of the temple was rent'
562.10 "till her temple's veil, that the Mount of Whoam it"

Matthew 28:20: 'I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen'
170.23 "when he is a — yours till the rending of the rocks, — Sham."
360.32 "Even to the extremity of"


'Initium' (opening of Vulgate Mark)
483.18 "initium-"

Mark 1:7: 'the latchet of whose shoes'
183.34 "unloosed shoe latchets"
349.22 "the latchet of Jan of"

Mark 3:17: 'And James the son of Zebedee, and John the brother of James; and he surnamed them Boanerges, which is, The sons of thunder'
022.32 "Hoother Boanerges"
184.06 "Tumult, son of Thunder"
314.28 "those sohns of a blitzh"

Mark 4:41: 'What manner of man is this?'
040.26 "ways and manners of means"   

an 1810 Bible (known as the Ears to Ear Bible) gave for Mark 4:9: 'He that hath ears to ear' instead of 'He that hath ears to hear'
364.14 "Ears to hears!"
539.01 "after my both ears-"

Mark 5:9: 'My name is Legion'
058.03 "legion in the part he created"
576.34 "all roamers whose names are ligious"

miracle of the loaves and the fishes (Mark 6:34-44)
451.12 "for mony makes multimony like the brogues and the"

Mark 8:24: 'I see men as trees, walking'
505.16 "Amengst menlike trees walking"

Mark 12:31&c: 'Love thy neighbour as thyself'
579.18 "Love my label like myself."

Mark 12:38-40: 'Beware of the scribes... Which devour widows' houses'
George Bernard Shaw: Widowers' Houses
024.09 "his windower's house"
155.14 "My side, thank decretals, is as safe as motherour's"

Mark 12:42: 'And there came a certain poor widow, and she threw in two mites, which make a farthing'
457.36 "accept this witwee's mite"

Mark 16:6: 'he is not here'
057.07 "hies not here."


Latin quoniam: since, because (opening of Vulgate Luke)
484.13 "quoniam"

Luke 1:1: 'Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth'
484.16 "forasmuch as many"

Vulgate Luke 1:28: 'Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum': 'Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee'
158.19 "From Vallee Maraia to Grasyaplaina"

Luke 1:34: (Blessed Virgin Mary) 'seeing I know not a man'
239.26 "nobody knows save Mary"

Luke 1:38: 'Behold the handmaid of the Lord'
239.10 "Behose our handmades for the lured!"
278.11 "behoves you"
561.25 "behold, she had"

Luke 1:38: 'Be it done unto me according to thy word'
239.16 "Hightime is ups be it down into outs according!"
313.07 "I will do that, acordial, by mine hand"

Luke 1:52: 'He hath put down the mighty from their seats'
545.28 "on my siege of my mighty I was parciful of my subject but in street"

Luke 2:9: 'And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them'
552.25 "and the oragel of the lauds"

Luke 2:10: 'I bring you good tidings of great joy'
472.19 "tidings of great joy"
551.15 "evangel of good tidings, om-"

Luke 2:11: 'Christ the Lord... Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger'
188.18 "Do you hold yourself then for some god in the manger"   

Luke 2:14: 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men'
621.35 "Pax Goodmens will."

Luke 2:29: 'Nunc dimittis': 'Now thou dost dismiss (thy servant)'
298.07 "your tunc's dimissage"
504.11 "tunc committed?"

Luke 3:16
183.34 "unloosed shoe latchets"

Luke 4:8: 'Get thee behind me, Satan'
250.25 "Behind, me, frees from evil smells!"

Luke 6:41: 'and why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but perceivest not the beam that is in thine own eye?'
185.12 "on the brow of her of Babylon and feel not the pink one in his"   

Mary Magdalen washed Christ's feet (Luke 7:38)
628.11 "I'd die down over his feet, humbly dumbly, only to washup."

Luke 8:30: 'And Jesus asked him, saying, What is thy name? And he said, Legion: because many devils were entered into him'
073.04 "his feminisible name of"

Luke 9:24: 'For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: but whosoever will lose his life for my sake, the same shall save it'
551.16 "for the lost, loathsome and whomso-"

The labourer is worthy of his hire (also Luke 10:7)
448.21 "this labour's worthy of my higher"

Luke 10:18: 'I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven'
426.30 "lightning over he careened"

Luke 11:9: 'Knock and it shall be opened unto you' 'seek, and ye shall find'
528.21 "Knock and it shall appall unto you!"
128.23 "you that seek!; whom"

Luke 11:14: (Jesus) 'was casting out a devil, and it was dumb. And it came to pass, when the devil was gone out, the dumb spake'
195.05 "He lifts the lifewand and the dumb speak."

Luke 11:27: 'Blessed is the womb that bore thee, and the paps that gave thee suck'
193.33 "forswore the womb that bore you and the paps I sometimes"

Jesus's advice to the wedding guest to take the lowest place (Luke 14:10)
623.13 "Ceremonialness to stand lowest place"

Luke 14:21: 'bring in hither the poor, and the maimed, and the halt, and the blind'
132.14 "pull the blind, toll the deaf and call dumb, lame and halty"

Luke 14:34 if the salt have lost his savour
483.23 "healtheous as is egg, saviour"

fatted calf in parable of Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32)
210.17 "a prodigal heart and fatted calves for Buck Jones"

Luke 19:10: 'For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost'
547.07 "that which was loost"

Luke 22:12: 'and he shall shew you a large upper room furnished'
533.12 "Upper Room can speak loud to you"

Peter denies Jesus (Luke 22:57-62)
451.17 "only peternatural its daring feers divine"

Luke 23:28: 'Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not for me'
505.30 "It reminds of the weeping of the daughters?"

Luke 23:34: 'Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do'
409.33 "Forgive me, Shaun repeated from his liquid lipes, not what"

Luke 23:43: 'I Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise'
424.33 "I can show you in my Kingdom of"

Luke 23:46: 'Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit'
421.01 "Unto his promisk hands."


Vulgate John 1:1: 'In Principio erat Verbum': 'In the beginning was the Word'
483.20 "imprincipially"
594.02 "Verb umprin-"

017.22 "from his Inn the Byggning"
030.12 "in the beginning it came to pass"
056.20 "Inn the days of the Bygning"
129.10 "as it gan in the biguinnengs so wound up in"
222.03 "To start with in the beginning"
271.23 "warred in their big innings"
367.17 "Synopticked on the word."
378.29 "In the buginning is the woid"
468.05 "In the beginning was the gest"
487.20 "In the becom-"
597.10 "in whose words were the beginnings"

John 1:14: 'and the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us'
138.08 "he wanna git all his flesch nuemaid motts truly prural"
239.25 "he dwellst amongst us here's"
267.16 "Where flash becomes word and"
336.17 "in a wold made fresh"
468.06 "flesh-without-word"
518.31 "Yet this war has meed peace?"
518.33 "Handwalled amokst us."
561.27 "I will to show herword in flesh."

John 1:27: 'whose shoes' lachet I am not worthy to unloose'
183.34 "unloosed shoe latchets"

John 3:8: 'The wind bloweth where it listeth'
138.10 "lusteth ath he listeth"

miracle of the loaves and the fishes (John 6:5-13)
451.12 "mony makes multimony like the brogues and the"

John 7:2: 'Now the Jews' feast of tabernacles was at hand'
244.05 "The feast of"

John 8:11: 'sin no more'
028.34 "Finn no more!"

John 8:58: 'Jesus said unto them... Before Abraham was, I am'
546.17 "for abram nude be I"

John 9:4: 'I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no man can work'
473.23 "Walk while ye have the night for morn"

John 10:16: 'there shall be one fold, and one shepherd'
155.28 "into umfullth one-"

Lazarus raised from the dead (John 11:44)
398.26 "for the lives of Lazarus"

John 12:35: 'Then Jesus said unto them, Yet a little while is the light with you. Walk while ye have the light, lest darkness come upon you: for he that walketh in darkness knoweth not whither he goeth'
473.23 "Walk while ye have the night for morn"

Vulgate John 19:13: 'lithostrotos'
073.30 "eolithostroton"

John 19:26: 'Behold your mother!'
408.24 "Be old!"

John 19:26: 'behold thy son'
500.33 "Fold thy son!"

John 19:28: 'I thirst'
405.33 "O blood and thirsthy orange"

John 20:17: 'Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not'
509.33 "his volimetangere"

John 21:15-17: 'Feed my lambs... Feed my sheep'
172.08 "Feel his lambs!"


[recent NT research]

007.30    thner in yondmist. Whooth? His clay feet, swarded in verdigrass,
007.30+    James Joyce: Ulysses.15.2572: (of Jesus) 'He had two left feet'

024.19    Kapelavaster are that winding there after the calvary, the North
024.19+    Calvary: location of Jesus's crucifixion

106.13    Pas, See the First Book of Jealesies Pessim, The Suspended Sen-
106.13+    Jesus's Passion

128.13    for all the Pale; gave his mundyfoot to Miserius, her pinch to
128.13+    maundy: ceremony of washing the feet of poor people by royalty or ecclesiastics, commemorating Jesus's washing of his disciples' feet on Maundy Thursday

128.20    pietad!; shows one white drift of snow among the gorsegrowth
128.20+    Pietà: an artistic representation of Mary mourning over the dead Jesus (from Italian pietà: pity, mercy)

154.19    up my nase serene, answered the Mookse, rapidly by turning
154.19+    Nazarene: a native of Nazareth (primarily applied to Jesus); a Christian (so called by Jews and Muslims); a member of an early Jewish-Christian sect

156.11    monophysicking his illsobordunates. But asawfulas he had
156.11+    Monophysite heresy that there is only one nature in Jesus; subsect of Byzantine Church

192.18    were excruciated, in honour bound to the cross of your own
192.18+    Kinane: St. Patrick 211: (of Jesus) 'amid the most excruciating tortures, shed His Precious Blood'

204.30    greasy jub on old Veronica's wipers. What am I rancing now
204.30+    Saint Veronica wiped face of Jesus with a cloth (sixth station of the Cross)

228.11    the coriolano and the ignacio. From prudals to the secular but
228.11+    Saint Ignatius Loyola: founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits)

239.26    nobody knows save Mary. Whyfor we go ringing hands in hands
239.26+    song Nobody Knows the Troubles I've Seen: 'and nobody knows but Jesus'

300.18    to nibbleh ravenostonnoriously ihs mum to
300.18+    I.H.S.: abbreviation for Jesus

355.16    Hunt they harrow the hill for to rout them rollicking rogues
355.16+    Jesus' Harrowing of Hell: descent between Good Friday and Easter Sunday

377.24    vincial crucifixioners throwing lots inside to know whose to be
377.24+    the soldiers who crucified Jesus cast lots for his seemless robe [.34] [.36]

380.15    socalled last supper he greatly gave in his umbrageous house of
380.15+    Last Supper of Jesus and twelve disciples

398.31    Anno Domini nostri sancti Jesu Christi
398.31+    Latin anno Domini nostri sancti Jesu Christi: in the year of our blessed Lord Jesus Christ

423.36    went into the society of jewses. With Bro Cahlls and Fran Czeschs
423.36+    Society of Jesus (S.J.)

433.01    mon for ignitious Purpalume to the proper of Francisco Ultramare,
433.01+    Saint Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556): the founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), was wounded in the siege of Pamplona and embraced Christianity during his recuperation (feast day: 31 July [.02])
433.01+    Saint Francis Xavier (1506-1552): one of the co-founders of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and the first Jesuit missionary, to the East Indies (feast day: 3 December [.02])

469.01    ho. And whinn muinnuit flittsbit twinn her ttittshe cries
469.01+    a parody of the song 'The Girl I Left Behind Me': 'I love her in her evening gown, I love her in her nightie, But when moonlight flits Between her tits, Jesus Christ, Almighty!' (appears in The Limerick (1967), II, 298; traceable to 1927)

469.29         After poor Jaun the Boast's last fireless words of postludium
469.29+    (loosely based on Maronite [470.14] liturgy on Mount Lebanon, in which, on Good Friday, Jesus' body is unscrewed from the cross, placed in a sheet and carried to the sepulchre while white-dressed girls throw flowers at it, using a great deal of incense [440.13] [460.22] [465.07-.13])

477.29    would, a let out classy, the way myrrh of the moor and molten
477.29+    according to some medieval traditions, the king who gave Jesus the myrrh (one of the three gifts of the magi [.21] [.26]) was a Moor called Balthasar

511.18    tonsions. I am resting on a pigs of cheesus but I've a big
511.18+    song I Am Resting in the Arms of Jesus

535.25        — Pass the fish for Christ's sake!
535.25+    the fish is an ancient symbol of Christ (from Greek 'Iesous CHristos. THeou Yios, Soter': 'Jesus Christ, God's Son, Saviour' and Greek ichthys: fish)

596.34         By the antar of Yasas! Ruse made him worthily achieve in-
596.34+    altar of Jesus

613.03    trampatramp. Adie. Per ye comdoom doominoom noonstroom.
613.03+    Latin per jucundum Dominum nostrum Jesum Christum Filium Tuum: through our dear Lord Jesus Christ Thy Son

No comments:

Post a Comment