1.30a: In the name of Anem this carl on the kopje in pelted thongs a parth a lone who the joebiggar...
It is slaking nuncheon out of some thing's brain pan. Me seemeth a dragon man. He is almonthst...
What a quhare soort of a mahan. It is evident the michindaddy. Lets we overstep his fire defences...
Come on, fool porterfull, hosiered women blown monk sewer? Scuse us, chorley guy! You tollerday...
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synopsis: Mutt meets Jute — Mutt attempts to address him
What a quhare soort of a mahan!
AngloIrish accent: quare: queer
queer sort of a man
Dutch soort: sort, kind
AngloIrish mahan: bear
Mahan = Irish surname
It is evident the michindaddy.
why not evidently?
Dialect miching: playing truant, skulking, shrinking from view (obsolete pilfering, cheating)
Hamlet III.2 "miching malicho"
so, the fallen HCE?
Lets we overstep his fire defences
"we" = narrator and reader??? so we've entered the story?
Danish fire: four
fire at mouth of cave? (no cave has been mentioned)
and these kraals of slitsucked marrowbones. (Cave!)
kraal: fairly sophisticted stockade, pen, enclosure, or even village in South Africa (from Afrikaans)
Neanderthal Man cracking and sucking marrowbones in his cave
Dutch merg: marrow
Latin cave!: beware!
He can prapsposterus the pillory way to Hirculos Pillar.
perhaps propose to us
poster us, post us, point us
'us' again includes reader
pillory = whipping post
billowy way (poetic cliche incl Walter Scott: sea)
Latin hirculus: little goat, smelly person
Pillars of Hercules (the northern of the two 'pillars' is unmistakeable, the southern one ambiguous, so maybe we're on the African side, eg in South Africa? maybe travelling by ship?)
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