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

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N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z

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saffron 203.24; 611.36.  Saffron 455.7.  gaffneysaffron 560.27.  saffronbreathing 550.17.  saffrocake  172.20.

sage 53.9; 613.6; 616.22.  Sages 59.23; 389.1.

sago 248.1.  Sago 279.F25.  Sagos 551.4.

sedge 7.21; 213.6.  sedges 209.7; 526.5.  Ulves! Ulves! 565.5 (ulva (L) = sedge, marshgrass).

sennacassia 612.15 - McHugh (A):  "medicinal Senna leaves of some Cassia species."

Sequoia  126.34.

sesameseed  95.15.

shallots 550.15.

shamrock 124.21.  shamwork 613.10.  rocks, — Sham 170.24.  Shemlockup 180.6 (seamróg (Ga) = shamrock).  Shimar Shin 10.18.  shimwhir 346.26.  shomars 3.16 (seamar (Ga) = trefoil; honeysuckle).  schamlooking 467.10.  Shamrogueshire 472.1-2 (ansiomarsin (Ga) = that trefoil (shamrock).  Shamus rogua 604.18.  shammyrag 612.15.  shamewaugh! 465.8.  herb trinity shams 14.34.  trefoll 526.22.  threefoiled 10.8.  trifle 223.22.  trifoaled 485.24 (trifolium (L) = three-leaved clover, shamrock).  McHugh (E):  At the same time that he seeks a name for   the questioner desires a manifest sign of  .  To understand why this is a plant we must sympathize with Yawn/Patrick's standpoint.  God is not a man as big as a state:  He is the Trinity, and the signature of the Trinity may be read upon the shamrock" (p. 15).

Sheflower 609.11 (2x).

sloe 568.4.  nistlingsloes 571.17.  Findrinny 28.12-13 (Fiondraighne (Ga) = fair sloe trees).

Snakeshead 212.14.

snowdrop 265.L1.

sorrel 80.3.  sorrelwood 611.34 - McHugh (A): "wood sorrell (sometimes mistaken for shamrock)."

soybeans 140.31.

speedwell 80.3; 458.14.  "And this, Joke, a sprig of blue speedwell just a spell of floralora so you'll mind your veronique" (458.14-15) - Burrell:  "Speedwell is an herb of the genus Veronica" (p. 195).  q.v. Appendix C.

spinach 346.3.  spinasses 611.36.

sprangflowers 59.11.

spruce 365.32.

squash 386.10.  Squash 390.32.

staggerhorned 590.28.

stakelum 212.6. (stacula (L) = kind of vine).

strawberry 64.28; 559.6.  strawberry leaves 435.21 - McHugh (A):  "a dukedom (ducal coronet bears 8 strawberry leaves").  strawbirry 207.10.  fragolance 265.8 - McHugh (A):  "It fragola:  strawberry."   fraisey 265.8.  fraiseberry  41.25 (fraise (F) = strawberry).   smooltroon 604.15-16 - McHugh (A):  "Sw smultron:  wild strawberry."

styearcases 416.22 - Burrell:  "Since it does not make much sense to devour staircases, the word derives from styracaceae, a family of shrubs and trees which yield storax incense" (p. 194).

sundew 130.25.

sunflowered 350.12.  sunflower 470.7; 509.21.

sweetpea 392.25.

fweet willings 302.F2 [Sweet William].  pink williams 575.15.

sycamode 533.7.  sycamore 24.31; 397.23. sycamores 384.1; 388.24.  sycomore 95.21.  sycomores 203.21; 555.8.  Sickamoors  281.20.  sickamours 460.23.

Sympoly 242.16.  sympol 612.29 - McHugh (A):  "simple:  a healing plant."


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