I contemplate nom de plume (a).
The nomenclator (b) pax (c) kiss of peace (d) .
Coddle (e) the dowry (f) , the dowsables (g) pas de deux (h) .
Fill the kyack (i) with tidytips (j) from California , that land lease (k) .
No irrational number (l) , reality two (m) .
(a) non de plume - pen name.
(b) nomenclator - a book containing a ciollection of lists of words or names .
(c) pax - from Latin pax vobis (peace to you) or pax vobiscum (peace with you). A pax is a liturgical object used in the Middle Ages and Renaissance for the Kiss of Peace in the Catholic mass . It began to replace the actual Kiss of Peace in the 13th century .
(d) Kiss of Peace - An ancient traditional Christian greeting.
(e) coddle - treat in an indulgent or overprotective way .
(f) dowry - property or money brought by a bride to her husband on their marriage .
(g) dowsables - obsolete word for sweetheart or lady love .
(h) pas de deux - a dance for two people , typically a man and woman . A duet in ballet.
(i) Kyack - a packsack to be swung on either side of a packsaddle . Two connecting sacks .
(j) tidytips - an annual wildflower native to western North America .
(k) land lease - leasing the land upon which a tenant may own the home but not the land .
(l) irrational number - is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers . A number with an infinite number of digits .
(m) reality two - Jen Oliver Meiert - two realities . One is the physical reality . And the other is psychical reality .
Fatten on krass (a) and farina (b) , fanfaronade (c) , mordancy (d) , honey and beurre noir (e) on toast .
Nothing to ambsace (f) !
The guidon (g) carried by a guidon betraying the one ,
"one's fancy" only to be crushed by a juggernaut (h) . . . promace (i) .
(a) Krass - German for gross or coarse .
(b) Farina - name in the U.S. for milled wheat .
(c) fanfaronade - arrogant or boastful talk .
(d) mordancy - a biting or caustic criticism .
(e) beurre noir - French for black butter .
(f) ambsace - the lowest throw of the dice .
Something worthless or unlucky .
(g) guidon - a pennant typically attached a pole that narrows to a point or fork at the end . A standard for light calvary .
(h) juggernaut - huge and overpowering force .
(i) promace - animal tranquilizer .
Could I quintuplicate (a) the subdebutante (b) becoming tag end (c) ?
Would I cozen (d) the bulblet (e) from the branch Circe (f) ?
The Elaine (g) of long ago evanescent (h) my Hesperus (i) friend .
To Hesperides (j) especially , the Jinni (k), lowball comedy (l) .
(a) quintuplicate - fivefold . To multiply by five .
(b) subdebutante - a girl in her mid teens about to become a debutante .
(c) tag end - the last remaining part of something .
(d) cozen - to trick or deceive . Obtain by deception .
(e) bulblet - small bulb produced on a larger bulb .
(f) Circe - Goddess , nymph , enchantress or sorceress of magic . Daughter of Helios and either Oceania or Hecate . Able to change people into animals with potions or incantations .
(g) Elaine - the women of Arthurian legend who died of unrequited love for Lancelot . From Greek , a girls name meaning "sun's rays or shining light" .
(h) evanescent - soon passing out of sight , memory , or existence . Quickly fading or disappearing .
(i) Hesperus - the planet Venus . Evening star .
(j) Hesperides - legendary garden found at the western extremity of the world that produces golden apples . The nymphs that with the aid of a dragon guard the garden that grows the golden apples .
(k) - Jinni - also Genni . In Arabian and Muslim mythology the intelligent spirit with less ranking than an Angel that can appear in human or animal form for the purpose of possessing humans .
(l) lowball comedy - a deceptively crude comedy with underlying meanings .
My Maginot Line (a) , my Magen David (b) . . . before you board mae west (c) .
The squirting sea cucumber .
The Sammum Bonum (d) goes .
It's Watch Night (e) like a watch pocket (f) .
Zombism (g) we have digressed (h)
The incunable (i) mickle (j) , the micawberish (k) pentagram (l)
(a) Maginot Line - weaponized concrete fortifications built by France in the 1930's to keep Germany out .
(b) Magan David - originating from Medieval
Arabic literature . A hexagram (overlapping equivalent triangles) that was used as a talisman on protective amulets and was known as the Seal of Solomon . In the 18th century it was adopted by Jewish interest as the Star of David .
(c) Mae West - Personal flotation device (PFD) , life preserver . First inflatable life preserver created by Peter Markas in 1928 .
(d) sammum bonum - Latin . From Rome's greatest orator meaning 'The highest good' . Virtue .
(e) Watchnight - a service also called Watchnight Mass is a late night Christian church service . Held on late New Year's Eve . Also called Freedom's Eve service , a celebration and remembrance of the Emancipation Proclamation (enacted January 1 , 1863) which freed the slaves in the Confederate States during the American Civil War .
(e) watch pocket - extra fifth pocket on the right side of blue jeans made for a size 16 pocket watch .
(f) Zombism - the Kongo and Kimbundu system of religious rites . Characterized by worship of a snake diety during Voodoo rites .
(g) digressed - leave the main subject temporaryly in speech or writing .
(h) incunable - a book , pamphlet , or broadside ( a critical response) printed in Europe before the year 1501 .
(i) mickle - a very large amount .
(j) Micawberish - resembling the character of Wilkins Micawber in the Charles Dickens novel
David Copperfield . Especially optimistic to the point of being irrisponsible .
(k) Pentagram - five pointed star used in ancient Greece and Bablyonia . Which is used today as a symbol of faith by many Wicans and said to have magical powers and associations .
While the rabalo (a) swims the tropical seas
succes de scandale (b) .
While the Exmoor (c) ponies exert , ****** (d) in-and-out (e) .
And the Langur (f) from Laos
lies lethargic , drinking meadowsweet (g) ale .
The Nereids (h) tease and pase (i) in polyrthym (j) .
(a) Rabalo - common snook or sergeant fish .
(b) succès de scandale - a success due to notoriety or things of a scandalous nature . Public controversy .
(c) Exmoor - an area of hilly open moorland in west Somerset and north Devon in South Wales England named after the river Exe . Ancient royal hunting grounds .
(d) ****** - Queen of Asgard and wife of Odin . Stepmother of Thor and adoptive mother of Loki .
(e) in-and-out - copulation
(f) Langur - long tailed aboreal monkey with a characteristicly loud call .
(g) meadowsweet - or mead wort is a perennial herb that grows in damp meadows in Europe used to make medicine .
(h) Nereids - In Greek mythology the Nereids are sea nymphs , daughters of Nercus and Doris and known to be friendly and helpful to sailors .
(i) pase - a maneuver with a cape used in bullfighting meant to get the attention of the bull .
(j) polyrthym - a rthym which makes use of two or more different rthyms simultaneously .
The enchantress in a jaded jodhpur (a) .
So kitsch (b) with the live stream (c) mouth .
A menu (d) with folded mantis hands , a Nazarene (e) .
An à outrance (f) , an abstraction (g) .
***** envy (h) , reach-me-down (i) , rest house (j) south .
The simoon's (k) coming , simon pure (l) in simony (m) .
(a) Jodhpur - also called riding breeches . Tight fitting trousers that reach the ankles ending in a snug cuff worn primarily for horse riding .
(b) kitsch - German meaning ****** art . Excessively garish or sentimemental art usually considered in bad taste or lowbrow .
(c) live stream - to stream digital data . Data that is delivered continuously and is usually intended for immediate processing or playback .
(d) manu - (Sanskrit) is a term found in Hinduism . In early texts it refers to the first men , (progenitor of humanity) .
(e) Nazarene - native of Nazareth . A member of a group of German painters
working mainly in Rome who from 1809 sought to revive the art of Medieval Germany and early Renaissance Italy .
(f) à outrance - exorbitance .To the limit .
(g) abstraction - freedom from representational art . Dealing with ideas rather than events .
(h) - ***** envy - the supposed coveting of the male ***** by a young female according to Sigmund Freud .
(i) reach-me-down - second hand clothing
(j) rest house - shelter for travelers especially when there are no hotels available .
(k) simoon - a hot dry dust-laden wind blowing in the desert , especially in Arabia .
(l) simon pure - untainted purity or integrity . Absolute pure , genuine or authentic . Also used negatively as pretentiously or hypocritically pure .
(m) simony - the buying or selling of ecclesiastical privileges . Such as something spiritual . Taken from Simon Magus
(Act 8:18) who endeavored to buy from the Apostles the power of conferring the gifts of the Holy Spirit .
Come Nisus (a), Lord of misuse.
With your Ibizan (b) hounds
and ewer (c) .
Your ebulient (d) ectomorphic (e)
Board a carrack (f) to Chad breastbeating (g).
Put your thoughts on skewer (h) .
While seeking an essoin (i) , flannel-mouthed (j) idyllic (k) .
(a) Nisus - Greek mythology , King of Megara , son of Pandion of Athens . When King Minos of Crete beseiged Megara , Nisus's daughter Scylla fell in love with Minos . She betrayed her city by cutting off her father's purple lock . The purple lock of hair held magical powers if preserved . Nisus was killed and became a sea eagle . Scylla later drowned , said by the hands of Minos and was changed into a sea bird pursued by the sea eagle .
(b) Ibizan hound - named for an island off the coast of Spain . Ancient breed of hounds once kept by the Pharoahs around 3400 B.C.
(c) ewer - a large jug or pitcher with a wide mouth used for carrying water for someone to wash in .
(d) ebulient - cheerful and full of energy . Archaic - of liquid or matter boiling or agitated as if boiling . From Latin ebullire - to bubble out which is the stem of the word Bullire which is the ancestor of the word boil .
(e) ectomorphic - body having a build with little fat or muscle and long limbs .
(f) - Chad - a landlocked country in north central Africa . One of the poorest and most corrupt nations in the world .
(g) breastbeating - a loud emotional expression of remorse , grief , anger , or self recrimination .
(h) Skewer - stick or metal pin used to hold meat .
(i) essoin - old English . An excuse for nonappearance in court .
(j) flannel-mouthed - smooth and persuasive in speech in order to deceive or manipulate .
(k) idyllic - extremely happy , peaceful , or picturesque .
Through the eyes of yashmak (a) ,
below the eyes of yarmulke (b) .
Whey-faced (c) tunneled half-caste (d) in a white haik (e) .
Genuflection (f) to Baal (g) , Jehovah (h) .
A docudrama (i) , carbunckled (j) .
As the cross hair sweeps
liturgist (k) .
(a) yashmak - veil concealing all of the face except the eyes . Worn by some Muslim women in public .
(b) yarmulke - a skull cap worn by orthodox Jewish men or during prayer by other Jewish men .
(c) whey-faced - pale , especially as a result of ill health , shock , or fear .
(d) half-caste - a person whose parents are of different races in particular a European father and an Indian mother .
(e) Haik - a large outer garment or wrap typically white and worn by people from North Africa's Maghreb region .
(f) genuflection - lowering of one's body briefly by bending one knee to the ground . Typically in worship or as as sign of respect .
(g) Baal - was a title honorific meaning "owner" , "Lord" in the Northwest Semitic languages spoken in the Levant during antiquity . From its use among people it became to be applied to Gods of fertility , weather , rain , wind , lightning , seasons , war , and patron of sailors .
(h) Jehovah - a form of the Hebrew name of God . Means "I am that I am" or "I am the one who is".
(i) docudrama - a dramatized TV movie based on real life events .
(j) carbunckled - to make painful , sore , or irritated .
(k) liturgist - one who practices liturgy . A form to which public religious worship is conducted . In ancient Greece a public office or duty performed voluntaryly by a rich Athenian .