A Finnegans Wake Gaarden
PREFACE
| ABBREVIATIONS | APPENDIX A | APPENDIX B | APPENDIX C | APPENDIX D | BIBLIOGRAPHY | REFERENCES | IRISH ALPHABET

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hairhorehounds 531.25.

hamlock 31.24.  heimlocked 450.31. Shemlockup 180.6.

 "When I ran berrying after hucks and haws" (622.17-18).  Haws 257.11.

hawthorndene 553.22.  hawthorns 135.2; 204.20.  howthern 357.32.  howthorns 160.6.

hazel 250.23; 622.18.  Hazel 64.34.  hazelhatchery 201.25.  hazels 235.17.  hazelwood 135.13 - McHugh (A):  "Drom-Choll-Coil, old Ir. name of D[ublin], means 'the brow of hazel wood.'"  Brownhazelwood 372.15.  Coll 44.13; 433.16 - Begnal and Eckley:  "The nine hazels that grew beside Connla's Well...dropped flowers of beauty and nuts of wisdom (and gave the salmon his spots)" (p. 165).  Hazel tree is the third letter of the Irish alphabet - coll. 

heartseast 418.29.  heartsies 434.24. [heart's ease].

heath 42.36; 408.7; 468.35.  Heath 175.14.  Heathtown 622.34.  heathvens 426.21.  heather 89.32; 126.21; 241.6; 318.27; 329.26 359.34; 505.1.  Heather 7.28.  heathersmoke 13.22.  heathery 623.25.  erica 498.30 (erica (L); ereikę (Gr) = heather).  Heath is the 18th (last) letter of the Irish alphabet - ur.

helioscope 341.24.  heliolatry...they go troping 237.1-2.  heliotrollops 603.28.  heliotrope  461.9; 533.2; 561.20. Heliotrope 610.36; heliotropical 349.6; Heliotropolis 594.8. eelyotripes 303.F1.  Hell o'your troop! 273.24-25.  holytroopers 223.11.  Harlyadrope 89.19.  haliodraping  504.22. heliotropical 349.6 - McCarthy:  "Whether seen as a stone, plant or color, 'heliotrope' appears frequently in the Wake..."(p.138).

Hemp, hemp hurray! 495.13-14.

henna 434.19.

hickory 98.36.  hickoryhockery 160.13. hickstrey's 64.6.

holly 236.13-14. "thej olly and thel ively...."  Song: "The Holly and the Ivy."

haily 616.12.  "Once you are balladproof you are unperceable to haily, icy and misslethroes" 616.32-33.  Hollymerry, ivysad 588.17.  holst 81.31. (holst (G) = holly).

honeysuckle 504.36. honeysuckler; 588.4.  Honeysuckler 587.19. huneysuckling 529.20.  honey sugger 141.33.  shomars 3.16 (seamar (Ga) = trefoil; honeysuckle).

hops 250.34; 553.19.  Hops 319.30.  Hops 176.16.

hucks 622.18 (q.v. haws).

hackleberries 130.14.  Harkabuddy 346.20.  hogglebully 25.33.  Hugglebeddy 616.1.  Hurdlebury 297.20.

Hyacinssies 603.28.  hyacinth 335.6.  Hyacinth 87.12.  Hyacinthinous 281.14. hyacinths 335.6.  ha'scint 563.16.  whyacinthinous 118.28-29.  thycinths 92.16.  Giacinta 615.3.  jacinthe 281.5 - Jones and Deer:  "The wild hyacinth or bluebell, has a strange history.  It is said that Apollo, god of the sun, had fallen in love with Hyacinthus, the handsome prince of Sparta who was also loved by Zephyr, god of the winds.  One day, Apollo and Hyancinthus were playing quoits, watched by Zephyr, who caused Apollo's quoit to swerve and hit Hyacinthus, killing the youth outright.  The broken-hearted Apollo then formed the hyacinth flower out of the blood of his beloved.  Even today, the Greeks say of the wild bluebell...that the petals are marked with the Greek syllable ai, ai! meaning woe, woe!" (p.14).   [aiaiaiai 293.32].

hyssop 423.10.

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