Annotations to James Joyce's Ulysses/Circe/411

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Triumphaliter     (Latin) Triumphantly.[1] The traditional chant for Vidi Aquam reaches it highest note on the first syllable of facti.[2] I have not actually found the adverb triumphaliter in any Latin dictionary, but the adjective triumphalis (triumphant) does exist, and the standard method of turning such an adjective into an adverb would give triumphaliter. See, for example, trivialiter.[3]

Salvi facti i sunt     (Erratum) This should read: Salvi facti sunt.[4]

(Triumphaliter.) Salvi facti i sunt.

(Triumphaliter.) Salvi facti sunt.

Salvi facti sunt     (Latin) Were saved.[5] See 410.22.


  1. Gifford (1988) 453.
  2. Liber Usualis 12. (PDF page 124.)
  3. A Latin Dictionary.
  4. Joyce, James (1986). Hans Walter Gabler. ed. Ulysses: The Corrected Text. With Wolfhard Steppe and Claus Melchior. London: The Bodley Head. p. 353.  Gabler also emends Triumphaliter by removing the italics and putting the T in lower case.
  5. Gifford (1988) 453.
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