Thursday, July 07, 2005

Ulysses, p. 386

"--Where is he till I murder him?

And Ned and J. J. paralysed with the laughing.

--Bloody wars, says I, I'll be in for the last gospel.

But as luck would have it the jarvey got the nag's head round the other way and off with him.

--Hold on, citizen, says Joe. Stop!

Begob he drew his hand and made a swipe and let fly. Mercy..."

Hmmmm... will have to look up the word "jarvey." Some sort of horse, probably.

1 Comments:

At Thursday, July 07, 2005 6:45:00 PM, Blogger jean-pierre said...

Main Collins Dictionary Definitions

jarvey or jarvie noun
Brit (informal) (obsolete) a hackney coachman
History: C19: from Jarvey, familiar form of personal name Jarvis

 

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