Arathu River, tributary of Arathu Sea (q.v.) — its flippant shaved banks in Owlstain (q.v.) 1; its uptight psychological mouth near Glamporium (q.v.) 2; drab AR 4; foreign AR 4; moanzy aerie high above 4; raging AR 4.
Arathu Sea, mare nostrum (‘our sea’ [os]) — easy AS 3; setting sun reflected in 3; its immigrants 6; its sagacious mountains 10; sacrificial AS 10; its violet serpents 12; this side of AS 12; its sunstruck shores 14; its black water 15.
Coltrane, Mona, founding managing editor (ME) of the Owlstain SCAT, a weekly; ISOCPHYS-certified Owlstain community member (ICOCM) — breathless and raging, she swoons 17; crumbling 1; false 1; favorite 1; my 1; pretty 1; talus-born 1; unexamined 1; vicious 1; watery 1.
Formicophagus maa Goldbarg, 1933, the singing or firing-pin or cannon antlion of the Tetrastics — MF words for imago and pupa of 17.
Fouqqari, Parlons, by Arnaut Raymond (q.v.), Paris, L’Harmattan, 2002 — not consulted.
Fukari, also Fouqqari in older (or francophone) literature (abbr. Fuk., Fouq., or F) — Fukari culture, Fukari customs, Fukari land, Fukari language, Fukari people, Fukari philosophy, Fukari undsoweiter, passim.
Fukari, Coast (Co. Fuk., CF), also known as Sihlaucal (Sih.) (q.v.) — CF mythology 7.
Goldbarg, Otto X. (1882–1944), philandering ethnopsammophilologist of the Tetrastics — his buried portents 16; his children 16; his critical whale of a failure 16; his curse (awkward misery of) 15; his curse (chimeric bosom of) 15; his diaries 17; his fresh appeal 17; his garden (prophetic) 16; his garden (Tixputo) 16; his head and heart 17; his incredible way 16; his initiation into the “Masked Leader” cult 17; his Jardim quai viottoli si bifurcam 15, 16, 17; his late work 15; his legacy 15, 17; his lexical ecology 15, 16; his memory 15; his mind 15; his mold-loving ant 15; his obscure manner 16; his opinion 16; his papers 17; his polydactyl descendants 16; his proud hands 17; his Psammophilology 16, 17; his shabby appetite for womaninity 17; his travels 17; his wizened neck 17; his variants 16, 17;
Hamlet’s Mill, An essay on myth and the frame of time, by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend, various publishers, places, languages, editions, from 1977 (at least) on — grievous HM 16.
Keel, Lyra, ISOCPHYS-certified Owlstain community member (ICOCM) — her arrogance 1.
Moanzy ninsrata L., the Stormy Auk of Hamiltonia — a bustling bousculade of M. burrasca Strick., 1845, the Lazy Goose of Wyoming and Flouziana, misidentified as an insurgent eisteddfod of M. ninsrata 6.
nod [nōd] (HF), indigenous species of naos — disturbing N 1.
Oman, Dr. A. G., glottosophist and onomatologist, 11, rue du Dragon, Paris, sixième, as well as visiting lexical therapist at the ILE of ISOCPHYS in Owlstain (q.v.) — Mona’s father 16; his treatment of Skid 16.
Prastier, Vélasto, Poldevian prince and author in exile (AE) — gentle, transliterated VP 2; his “Tetrastic Trilogy” 11; extensive quotations from his Rapist’s Elevator 15; citation from his Par la tertio vesse-de-loup (part of his “Tetrastic Trilogy” [q.v.]) 16.
Proust, M., author of À la recherche du temps perdu — his Palamède 16.
Puccinia monoica, species of fungus — parasitizing ant sp. 17.
Raymond, Arnaut, possibly informant AR (q.v.) — not in text.
Sihlaucal (Sih.) — see Coast Fukari (q.v.).
Slekton, Skid, founding editor and publisher (EP) of the Owlstain SCAT, a weekly; one of Our Resident Lectuers (ORL) at ISOCPHYS — plastic 1; reminded of the entropic constraints of emotional causality 17; sundry 1.
Spitmarkx, S. E., ontonatatologist and urdostoist (proto-wordist) from Ruhr-Lülnrar (q.v.) — his native burg 6; his neighbor, Osnak Ubag (q.v.) 6; his Welt als Schwimmen und Schwebung (World as swimming and drowning) 16.
Udidi (Hamiltonian), Dado, one of our associative faculty (OAF) at ISOCPHYS in Owlstain (qq.v.) — his talus-born form 1; gives false testament 1; counts himself false 1; his journey to Ostiesa (q.v.) 4; his quotation 10.