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Proust’s English$

Daniel Karlin

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Appendix

Appendix

(p.206) The Location of English Words and Phrases in À la recherche du temps perdu

Source:
Proust’s English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Nouns are identified as masculine or feminine by ‘m’ or ‘f’. The first volume and page reference is to the Pléiade edition, followed by reference to the Vintage translation in brackets. A superscript number after the Pléiade reference indicates that the word occurs more than once on that page. An asterisk after the Vintage reference indicates that the translation is wrong or uses a different English word or idiom (e.g. ‘picture-book’ or ‘visitors’ book’ for ‘album’). In one instance (‘liftier’, II, 178) there is no translation at all, because the word occurs in the brief chapter heading to Sodome et Gomorrhe II, ii which is not reproduced in Vintage.

album (m.) (see also ‘carte-album’) II, 68 (II, 332); II, 246 (II, 546); II, 386 (III, 93)*; II, 475 (III, 199); II, 837 (III, 635)*; III, 565 (V, 55)

albums II, 386 (III, 93)*

antisnobisme (anti-snobbery) III, 434 (IV, 515)

baby (m.) II, 60 (II, 322)

babys (babies) I, 587 (II, 199)

bar (m.) (see also ‘wagon-bar’) II, 122 (II, 264); II, 694 (III, 462); IV, 407 (VI, 170); IV, 424 (VI, 191); IV, 4962 (VI, 281)

bars, les IV, 186 (V, 695); IV, 388 (VI, 147)

bifteck (m.) (beefsteak) I, 68 (I, 81); I, 109 (I, 130)

blackboulage (m.) (blackballing) III, 802 (V, 338)

blackboulé (blackballed) III, 91 (II, 107); III, 786 (V, 319)

bluff (m.) III, 856 (V, 404); III, 864 (V, 413); III, 8652 (V, 414); IV, 17 (V, 594) boston (m.) (dance) I, 573 (II, 182); II, 233 (II, 530); III, 39 (IV, 45)

boxe (f.) (boxing) II, 200 (II, 490); IV, 350 (VI, 100); IV, 373 (VI, 129)

boxeurs (m.) III, 23 (IV, 25); III, 710 (V, 229)

break (m.) (carriage) II, 240 (II, 539); III, 417 (IV, 495)

bridge (m.) (structure) III, 328 (IV, 389)

bridge (m.) (card game) III, 137 (IV, 161); IV, 303 (VI, 42)

bristol (m.) (pasteboard) I, 303 (I, 371); I, 534 (II, 136)

British (m.) (abbr. of British Museum) II, 500 (III, 229)

budget (m.) I, 275 (I, 336); II, 24 (II, 278); III, 27 (IV, 30); III, 372 (IV, 442)

buggy (m.) I, 113 (I, 135); I, 145 (I, 176)

cab (m.) (see also ‘hansom cab’) I, 214 (I, 261); I, 3652 (I, 447)

(p.207) cake (m.) I, 498 (II, 92)

carte-album (m.) (small-format photograph) I, 478 (II, 68)*; II, 189 (II, 466)*; III, 708 (V, 226)

chester (m.) (Cheshire cheese) II, 250 (II, 551); II, 257 (II, 559)

Chippendale, un meuble de II, 845 (III, 643)

Christmas (m.) I, 5175 (II, 115)

cliff (m.) III, 283 (IV, 333)

clown (m.) II, 605 (III, 355)

club (m.) (see also ‘Jockey-Club’) I, 624 (II, 245); I, 625 (II, 246)*; II, 122 (II, 397)*; II, 406 (III, 116); II, 523 (III, 257); III, 803 (V, 339)

clubman (m.) II, 139 (II, 417); II, 867 (III, 670)

clubmen I, 18 (I, 19)*

clubs, les (associations) II, 865 (III, 668); III, 33 (IV, 37); III, 548 (V, 36)

clubs, les (golf clubs) II, 146 (II, 426); II, 185 (II, 472); II, 186 (II, 473); III, 884 (V, 436)

cocktails (m.) IV, 185 (V, 694); IV, 360 (VI, 113)

cold cream (m.) III, 254 (IV, 299)

Cook (Thomas Cook agency) II, 27 (II, 282)

crack (reputation) I, 527 (II, 127)

cup (m.) (champagne cup) III 395 (IV, 469); III, 398 (IV, 473)

cup of tea, a I, 77 (I, 92)

dandy (m.) II, 268 (II, 571); III, 343 (IV, 406); IV, 518 (VI, 310)

darling I, 240 (I, 266)

dominions (m.) IV, 368 (VI, 123)

doper (verb to dope, to drug) I, 552 (II, 158)

dropiez (verb ‘droper’, to drop socially) I, 629 (I, 689)

éditorial (m.)(leading article) IV, 216–175 (V, 731–3)

englische, un (Englishman) III, 546 (V, 32)

English, un (Englishman) IV, 164 (V, 669)

express (train) IV, 523 (VI, 315)

fair play (m.) IV, 368 (VI, 123)

fast (loose-living) I, 503 (II, 98)

films (m.) IV, 313 (VI, 54)

fishing for compliments I, 188; I, 208)

five o’clock (m.) (abbr. of ‘five o’clock tea’) II, 452 (III, 172)*; IV, 170 (V, 676)*

five o’clock tea (m.) I, 584 (II, 196)

flirt (m.) (flirtation, casual affair) I, 187 (I, 228)*; I, 332 (I, 407); III, 558 (V, 48); IV, 135 (V, 634); IV, 286 (VI, 22)

flirt (flirtatious) II, 2422 (II, 541)

flirts (pl. of noun) I, 192 (I, 234); III, 748 (V, 275)*

football (m.) IV, 386 (VI, 144)

(p.208) footing (m.) (walking for exercise) I, 605 (II, 222)*; I, 627 (II, 249)*

ford (m.) III, 281 (IV, 331)

frac (evening wear, ‘tails’) I, 318 (I, 389); II, 342 (III, 40); II, 353 (III, 53)*; II, 563 (III, 305); II, 713 (III, 485); III, 52 (IV, 61); III, 481 (IV, 574)

garden-party (f.) II, 42 (II, 301); II, 275 (II, 581); III, 69 (IV, 80); III, 712 (IV, 83); III, 76 (IV, 89); III, 162 (IV, 191); III, 194 (IV, 228)

garden-parties II, 288 (II, 596); III, 99 (IV, 117); III, 100 (IV, 117); III, 151 (IV, 177)

gentleman (m.) I, 77 (I, 92); I, 214 (I, 260); I, 242, (I, 296); I, 548 (II, 152); IV, 501 (VI, 288)

gin (m.) II, 185 (II, 472)

globe-trotteur (m.) II, 522 (III, 255)

goddam (oath, ‘God damn’) III, 801 (V, 336)

golf (m.) I, 610 (II, 228); II, 89 (II, 357); II, 146 (II, 426); II, 185 (II, 472); II, 186 (II, 472–3); II, 189 (II, 477); II, 201 (II, 491)*; II, 228 (II, 524); II, 231 (II, 527–8); II, 232 (II, 528); II, 233 (II, 529); II, 234, (II, 531); II, 238 (II, 535); II, 239 (II, 537); II, 242 (II, 541); II, 2482 (II, 547); II, 2822 (II, 589); II, 650 (III, 409); II, 651 (III, 410); III, 102 (IV, 120); III, 568 (V, 60); III, 650 (V, 157)*; III, 884 (V, 436); III, 9103 (V, 467)*; III, 911 (V, 468); IV, 184 (V, 693); IV, 186 (V, 695)*; IV, 1873 (V, 696)*; IV, 199 (V, 711)

golfs (golf courses) II, 235 (II, 533)

golfeuse (f.) (female golfer) IV, 51 (V, 535)

good bye I, 597, (II, 212)

good evening I, 613 (II, 231)*

good morning I, 626 (II, 248)

great event III, 704 (V, 222)

grog (m.) II, 696 (III, 464)

groom (m.) (groom, page-boy, bell-hop) I, 411 (I, 503); I, 417 (I, 510); II, 66 (II, 329); II, 1255 (II, 400); II, 302 (II, 614); III, 3802 (IV, 450–1)

grooms, les I, 317 (I, 389); II, 82 (II, 349)

hall (m.) I, 59 (I, 69); II, 23 (II, 277); II, 24 (II, 278); II, 43 (II, 301); II, 62 (II, 324); II, 66 (II, 329); II, 832 (II, 350); II, 89 (II, 357); II, 156 (II, 437); II, 304 (II, 615); II, 484 (III, 210); II, 747 (III, 526); III, 171 (IV, 201); III, 376 (IV, 446); III, 382 (IV, 453); III, 404 (IV, 479); III, 423 (IV, 502); IV, 4263 (VI, 192–3)

hansom cab (m.) I, 536 (II, 138)

happy few II, 558 (III, 299)

hay-fever (m.) III, 208 (IV, 245)

home (m.) I, 193 (I, 234); I, 588 (II, 200); II, 24 (II, 278)

iceberg (m.) IV, 412 (VI, 176)

I do not speak french III, 35 (IV, 40)

interview (f.) II, 516 (III, 249)

(p.209) jockey (m.)(rider) II, 251 (II, 552); III, 377 (IV, 447)

Jockey (abbrev. of Jockey-Club) I, 321 (I, 393); I, 413 (I, 505); I, 423 (II, 1); I, 4612 (II, 47); I, 586 (II, 198); II, 109 (II, 380); II, 131 (II, 407); II, 378 (III, 83); II, 392 (III, 100); II, 5322 (III, 267–8); II, 5342 (III, 271); II, 700 (III, 470); II, 705 (III, 475); II, 786 (III, 573); II, 871 (III, 674–5); III, 4 (IV, 2); III, 76 (IV, 89); III, 91 (IV, 107); III, 307 (IV, 363); III, 4322 (IV, 514); III, 548 (V, 35); III, 5494 (V, 36–7); III, 812 (V, 350); IV, 467 (VI, 237); IV, 537 (VI, 335)

Jockey-Club I, 15 (I, 16); II, 352 (III, 52); III, 704 (V, 222)

John Bull I, 449 (II, 32)

jury (m.) (examining board) II, 265 (II, 568); III, 421 (IV, 500)

jurys III, 261 (IV, 307)*; III, 726 (V, 245)*

knickerbockers (m.) II, 24 (II, 278)

lady-like III, 300 (IV, 354)

leader article (m.) I, 571 (II, 180)

liberty (Liberty fabric or design) I, 417 (I, 510); II, 373 (III, 78)

lift (m.) (lift attendant, lift-boy) II, 25 (II, 280); II, 262 (II, 281)*; II, 42 (II, 300)*; II, 82 (II, 349); II, 97 [‘laïft’] (II, 367); II, 993 [incl. one ‘laïft’] (II, 369); II, 1574 (II, 438–9); II, 1582 (II, 439); II, 159 (II, 441); II, 284 (II, 591); III, 160 (IV, 188); III, 170 (IV, 200); II, 1842 (IV, 217); III, 1862 (IV, 219); III, 187 (IV, 220); III, 1892 (IV, 222); III, 190 (IV, 223); III, 193 (IV, 227); III, 200 (IV, 236); III, 2193 (IV, 258); III, 2204 (IV, 259–60); III, 2212 (IV, 260–1); III, 222 (IV, 261); III, 226 (IV, 267); III, 2492 (IV, 293); III, 251 (IV, 295); III, 4132 (IV, 490); III, 4143 (IV, 491); III, 502 (IV, 600); III, 5093 (IV, 608); III, 510 (IV, 609); IV, 117 (V, 613); IV, 260 (V, 786); IV, 261 (V, 786); IV, 2662 (V, 793); IV, 325 (VI, 69)*

liftier (m.) (lift attendant, lift-boy) II, 126 (II, 401); III, 152 (IV, 179); III, 178 (no trans.); III, 1873 (IV, 220–1); III, 188 (IV, 221); III, 193 (IV, 227), III, 221 (IV, 260)*; III, 369 (IV, 438); III, 576 (V, 69); IV, 209 (V, 723); IV, 259 (V, 785); IV, 2602 (V, 786); IV, 265 (V, 792); IV, 325 (VI, 69); IV, 3266 (VI, 70); IV, 327 (VI, 70); IV, 360 (VI, 112)

liftiers III, 220 (IV, 259)

liftman (m.) (lift attendant) II, 74 (II, 339)

loopings (m.) II, 694 (III, 462); IV, 227 (V, 744)

lord (m.) II, 99 (II, 369); II, 488 (III, 215)

lords II, 99 (II, 369)

lunch (m.) I, 516 (II, 114); II, 806 (III, 597–8)

magazine (m.) II, 746 (III, 524)

manager (m.) (impresario) III, 303 (IV, 358)

match (m.) (sporting occasion) III, 6542 (V, 161); IV, 373 (VI, 129)

(p.210) médiumnimique II, 489 (III, 216)*; III, 396 (IV, 469); III, 3982 (IV, 472)*

meeting (m.) I, 516 (II, 114)

meetings (race meetings) II, 252 (II, 552)

mess (m.) (officers’ mess) III, 486 (IV, 580)

Miss (governess) II 2432 (II, 542–3)*

Miss Foster II, 698 (III, 467)

Miss Sacripant II, 205 (II, 495); II, 215 (II, 508); II, 563 (III, 305)

modern style (m.) (Art Nouveau) I, 376 (I, 461)*; II, 116 (II, 389); II, 839 (III, 637); III, 747 (V, 273); IV, 310 (VI, 50)

Mr I, 536 (II, 138); I, 5372 (II, 139)

muffins (m.) I, 242 (I, 295)

music-halls (m.) II, 238 (II, 536)

my dear IV, 528 (VI, 323)

my love I, 293 (I, 359)

nurse (f.) I, 4992 (II, 93)

paddock (m.) II, 251 (II, 552)

palace (m.) (luxury hotel) III, 170 (IV, 200); III, 462 (IV, 550)

palaces II, 43 (II, 301); III, 161 (IV, 189)

patronizing I, 526 (II, 125)

pianola (m.) III, 874 (V, 424); III, 883 (V, 436); III, 8842 (V, 436), III, 885 (V, 437); IV, 13 (V, 490)

plaid (m.) (plaid, travelling rug) I, 151 (I, 184); I, 152 (I, 185)

plaids III, 689 (V, 204)

plus-value (f.) (increment, surplus value) III, 788 (V 321)

poker (m.) I, 192 (I, 212); II, 41 (II, 299); II, 492 (III, 220); III, 791 (V, 325)

polo (m.) (game) II, 89 (II, 357); III, 102 (IV, 120); IV, 184 (V, 693)

polo (m.) (hat) II, 151 (II, 431); II, 152 (II, 432); II, 1852 (II, 472); II, 186 (II, 473); II, 199 (II, 489); II, 225 (II, 521); III, 403 (IV, 478); III, 576 (V, 69)*; III, 650 (V, 157)*; IV, 122 (V, 619)

porte revolver (f.) (revolving door) II, 695 (III, 463)

private (m.) (soldier) IV, 368 (VI, 123)

pudding (m.) I, 457 (II, 43); I, 517 (II, 115)

pushing (in social sense) I, 525 (II, 124)

puzzle (m.) (jigsaw puzzle) I, 542 (II, 146); III, 597 (V, 94); IV, 532 (VI, 328)

pyjama (m.) II, 233 (II, 530); II, 331 (III, 28); III, 222 (IV, 24); III, 528 (V, 11); IV, 338 (VI, 85)

raid (m.) IV, 3372 (VI, 83); IV, 3802 (VI, 137); IV, 423 (VI, 189)

raids IV, 330 (VI, 75); IV, 356 (VI, 108)

record (m.) (sporting record) II, 233 (II, 530)

redingote (f.) (frock coat, tail coat) I, 524 (II, 124); I, 537 (II, 139); I, 5392 (II, 141, 142*); I, 583 (II, 194); II, 128 (II, 403); II, 302 (II, 614); II, 452 (III, (p.211) 171); II, 475 (III, 199)*; II, 487 (III, 214); II, 488 (III, 215); II, 491 (III, 218); II, 563 (III, 305); II, 6382 (III, 394); II, 866 (III, 669)

revolver (m.) (weapon) I, 470 (II, 59); I, 537 (II, 139); III, 26 (IV, 28); III, 468 (IV, 558); III, 563 (V, 53); III, 702 (V, 219); III, 804 (V, 341)

revolving door (m.) II, 695 (III, 463)

right man in the right place, the I, 571 (II, 180)

rocking (rocking-chair) II, 39 (II, 296)

rocking-chairs (m.) II, 190 (II, 478)

Rolls Royce (f.) IV, 5 (V, 480); IV, 39 (V, 520)

Rolls (abbrev. of prec.) IV, 38 (V, 520); IV, 39 (V, 520)

rose-fever (f.) III, 208 (IV, 245)

Royalties (m.) (royal personages) I, 510 (II, 106); IV, 538 (VI, 335)

Sam, l’oncle (Uncle Sam) I, 449 (II, 32)

sandwiches, sandwichs (m.) II, 250 (II, 551); II, 251 (II, 551); II, 257 (II, 559); II, 302 (II, 613); II, 531 (III, 266); III, 62 (IV, 73)

scalp (m.) I, 453 (II, 37)

season (f.) II, 768 (III, 551); IV, 538 (VI, 336)

select (see also ‘ultra-select’) III, 296 (IV, 349)

self-government (m.) IV, 157 (V, 661)

shake-hand (m.) (handshake) II, 272, (II, 577); III, 291 (IV, 344)

schampooings (m.) (shampooings) II, 425 (III, 140)

shocking IV, 305 (VI, 44)

skating (m.) (skating-rink) II, 459 (III, 180)*; II, 461 (III, 183)

sketches (m.) (theatrical pieces) IV, 184 (V, 693)

skunks (m.) (furs) I, 236 (I, 289)

smart (chic, fashionable) I, 193 (I, 235); I, 199 (I, 242)

smoking, le (dinner-jacket, evening dress II, 23 (II, 277), II, 42 (II, 300); II, 163 (II, 446); II, 233 (II, 530); II, 238 (II, 536); II, 771 (III, 555); III, 21 (IV, 23); III, 262 (IV, 309); III, 263 (IV, 309); III, 273 (IV, 321); III, 291 (IV, 344); III, 422 (IV, 502); III, 481 (IV, 574); IV, 1862 (V, 695); IV, 4083 (VI, 171)

smokings II, 98 (II, 368); III, 291 (IV, 344)

snob (m. and f.) I, 127 (I, 153); I, 257 (I, 314); I, 547 (II, 151); I, 590 (II, 204); I, 596 (II, 210); II, 100 (II, 370); II, 102 (II, 373); II, 103 (II, 374); II, 293 (II, 602); II, 483 (III, 210); II, 607 (III, 357); II, 739 (III, 517); II, 7432 (III, 521), II, 8102 (III, 602); II, 858 (III, 660); III, 25 (IV, 27); III, 147 (IV, 173); III, 459 (IV, 547); III, 487 (IV, 580); III, 771 (V, 300)*; IV, 571 (VI, 380)*; IV, 5842 (VI, 398)

snob (snobbish) I, 246 (I, 301); II, 104 (II, 375); II, 541 (III, 278)*; II, 758 (III, 539)*; II, 794 (III, 582); III, 145 (IV, 171)*; III, 286 (IV, 337); III, 360 (IV, 427); III, 768 (V, 298); IV, 241 (V, 762)*; IV, 242 (V, 764)*; IV, 541 (VI, 340); IV, 572 (VI, 381)*

snob (chic, smart-looking) I, 239 (I, 292)

(p.212) snober (snub) II, 735 (III, 512)

snobait (imperfect of ‘snober’) III, 323 (IV, 383)

snobinettes (f.) (‘snoblings’, technically female but applied by Proust to both genders) II, 452 (III, 172); III, 269 (IV, 316)

snobisme (m.) (snobbery, snobbishness) I, 67 (I, 78); I, 1273 (I, 153–4); I, 128 (I, 154); I, 199 (I, 242); I, 263 (I, 321); I, 424 (II, 2); I, 461 (II, 48)*; I, 504 (II, 99); II, 100 (II, 370); II, 103 (II, 374); II, 106 (II, 378); II, 140 (II, 418); II, 201 (II, 490); II, 354 (III, 55); II, 470 (III, 193); II, 508 (III, 240); II, 526 (III, 261)*; II, 6972 (III, 465); II, 720 (III, 493); II, 749 (III, 529); II, 771 (III, 555)*; II, 794 (III, 582); II, 803 (III, 594); II, 8102 (III, 602–3); III, 100 (IV, 117); III, 105 (IV, 123); III, 143 (IV, 168); III, 147 (IV, 173); III, 150 (IV, 177); III, 209 (IV, 246); III, 278 (IV, 327); III, 305 (IV, 360); III, 315 (373); III, 434 (IV, 515); III, 435 (IV, 516); III, 461 (IV, 549); III, 524 (V, 7); III, 542 (V, 28); IV, 167 (V, 672); IV, 168 (V, 674); IV, 178 (V, 686); IV, 246 (V, 768); IV, 378 (VI, 135); IV, 409 (VI, 172); IV, 4393 (VI, 209); IV, 537 (VI, 335); IV, 571 (VI, 380); IV, 606 (VI, 426)

snobismes IV, 409 (VI, 172)

snobs (pl. of adj.) I, 322 (I, 394); II, 481 (III, 207); III, 723 (V, 241); IV, 582 (VI, 396)

snobs (pl.of noun) I, 1272 (I, 154); I, 511 (II, 108); II, 102 (II, 373); II, 109 (II, 382); II, 338 (III, 36)*; II, 484 (III, 211); II, 743 (III, 521); II, 794 (III, 582); III, 800 (V, 335); IV, 399 (VI, 160)

snow-boots (m.) II, 835 (III, 632)

speech (m.) I, 253 (I, 310)

spleen (m.) III, 411 (IV, 487)*

sport (m.) II, 149 (II, 428)*; II, 287 (II, 594)*; IV, 183 (V, 691)*; IV, 277 (VI, 11)

sportif, sportive (adj.) II, 525 (III, 259); III, 102 (IV, 20); IV, 184 (V, 692)*; IV, 277 (VI, 11)*; IV, 324 (VI, 68)2

sportifs, sportives IV, 201 (V, 713); IV, 309 (VI, 49)

sports I, 557 (II, 164)*; II, 146 (II, 426); II, 295 (II, 604)*; III, 613 (V, 112)*; III, 654 (V, 161)*; IV, 50 (V, 534); IV, 110 (V, 605)*; IV, 310 (VI, 50)*

sportsman (m.) II, 92 (II, 360)

square (m.) (public square with enclosed garden) I, 437 (II, 19)*; II, 344 (III, 43)*

steamer (m.) II, 156 (II, 437)

stéréoscope (m.) I, 72 (I, 86); II, 1074 (II, 379); II, 658 (III, 418); II, 837 (III, 634)

stock (m.) (collection) III, 459 (IV, 546)

Stones of Venäice, les (Bloch’s mistaken pronunciation of Stones of Venice) II, 99 (II, 369)

(p.213) stopper (verb) (stop, in naut. sense of vessels ‘speaking’ each other) III, 381 (IV, 453)

struggle for lifer (adherent of social Darwinism) III, 269 (IV, 316)

sweaters (m.) I, 610 (II, 228)

tea gown (f.) [used as a plural: ‘mes tea gown’] (elegant dress for indoor wear) III, 571 (V, 63)

tennis (m.) II, 232 (II, 277); II, 35 (II, 292); II, 189 (II, 477); II, 222 (II, 517); II, 235 (II, 533); III, 73 (IV, 86); III, 752 (IV, 88); III, 102 (IV, 120); III, 1702 (IV, 200); III, 246 (IV, 290); III, 425 (IV, 504); III, 859 (V, 408)

tilbury (m.) II, 436 (III, 153)

Times, le II, 583 (III, 329)

to meet (printed on invitation) I, 536 (II, 138)

toast (m.) (speech) I, 451 (II, 35); I, 4542 (II, 39); I, 455 (II, 40)

toasts (pl.of above) I, 622 (II, 242)

toasts (m.) (grilled bread) I, 242 (I, 295); I, 4992 (II, 93)

tommies (m.) (British soldiers) IV, 368 (VI, 123)

tory (reactionary, old-school) III, 825 (V, 366)

tract (m.) (pamphlet) I, 551 (II, 156)

tram (m.) (nickname of local train at Balbec) II, 231 (II, 528); III, 160 (IV, 188); III, 180 (IV, 212); III, 190 (IV, 224)*; III, 249 (IV, 292)*; III, 2502 (IV, 294)*; III, 256 (IV, 301)*; III, 268 (IV, 316)*; III, 2772 (IV, 326)*; III, 411 (IV, 488)*; III, 838 (V, 382)*; III, 840 (V, 384)*; III, 915 (V, 473)*

tram (tramway) II, 739 (III, 516)

tramway (m.) II, 21 (II, 275); II, 190 (II, 477); II, 369 (III, 73); II, 396 (III, 105); II, 438 (III, 155); II, 813 (III, 606); II, 8372 (III, 634–5); III, 123 (IV, 11–12); III; 264 (IV, 311); III, 519 (V, 1); III, 535 (V, 20); III, 642 (V, 147); III, 6433 (V, 148); IV, 264 (V, 790)

tramways II, 19 (II, 273); II, 374 (III, 79); II, 3752 (III, 79–80); III, 180 (IV, 212); III, 911 (V, 468)

trust (m.) (in phrase ‘faire le trust’ ‘monopolize’) II, 590 (III, 337)

tub (m.) I, 605 (II, 222)

ultra-select III, 163 (IV, 192)

victoria (f.) (carriage) I, 231 (I, 282); I, 232 (I, 284); I, 235 (I, 287); I, 267 (I, 327); I, 340 (I, 416); I, 358 (I, 439); I, 411 (I, 503); I, 417 (I, 510); I, 526 (II, 126); I, 627 (II, 249); II, 131 (II, 407); II, 552 (III, 292)

wagon (m.) (railway carriage, compartment; in phrase ‘en wagon’ in the train; the word ‘wagon’ itself never appears in trans.) I, 157 (I, 190); I, 348 (I, 426); I, 371 (I, 455); I, 375 (I, 459)*; II, 8 (II, 259); II, 12 (II, 264); II, 13 (II, 265); II, 14 (II, 267); II, 21 (II, 275); II, 40 (II, 298); II, 161 (II, 443); II, 225 (II, 520); II, 310 (III, 2); II, 459 (III, 180); II, 529 (III, 264); II, 636 (III, 292); III, 1812 (IV, 212–13); III, 251 (IV, 295); III, 252 (IV, 296); III, 254 (p.214) (IV, 299); III, 255 (IV, 300); III, 260 (IV, 306); III, 261 (IV, 307); III, 262 (IV, 309); III, 265 (IV, 311); III, 284 (IV, 335); III, 285 (IV, 335); III, 383 (IV, 455); III, 4243 (IV, 503–4); III, 429 (IV, 510); III, 433 (IV, 514); III, 447 (IV, 532); III, 471 (IV, 561); III, 481 (IV, 573); III, 484 (IV. 578); III, 486 (IV, 580); III, 493 (IV, 588); III, 494 (IV, 589); III, 497 (IV, 494); III, 501 (IV, 598); III, 510 (IV, 609); III, 642 (V, 147); III, 654 (V, 161); IV, 20 (V, 498); IV, 122 (V, 619); IV, 243 (V, 765); IV, 434 (VI, 203); IV, 447 (VI, 218–19); IV, 452 (VI, 226)

wagon-bar (m.)(buffet-car) II, 12 (II, 264)

wagon-couloir (m.) (corridor of train) II, 243 (II, 543)

wagons II, 16 (II, 269)*; III, 13 (IV, 12); III, 642 (V, 147); III, 878 (V, 430)

wagons-lits (m.) (sleeping-cars) III, 13 (IV, 13)

water-closet (m.) II, 26 (II, 280)

water-closets (m.) I, 483 (II, 74)

waters (m.) (abbrev. of ‘water-closets’) III, 268 (V, 316)

wattman (m.) (chauffeur, from the name of the engineer James Watt; the word does not appear in trans.) III, 392 (IV, 465); IV, 445 (VI, 216)

wattmen (pl. of above) IV, 446 (VI, 217)

whist (m.) III, 52 (IV, 61); III, 345 (IV, 409); III, 3482 (IV, 412–13); III, 363 (IV, 431); IV, 251 (V, 775)

yacht (m.) I, 367 (I, 450); I, 562 (II, 170); II, 89 (II, 357); II, 2533 (II, 554); II, 254 (II, 555); II, 255 (II, 557); II, 256 (II, 558); III, 164 (IV, 193); III, 507 (IV, 606); III, 870 (V, 420); III, 904 (V, 460); III, 905 (V, 461); IV, 5 (V, 480); IV, 383 (IV, 520); IV, 392 (V, 520); IV, 250 (V, 773)

yachting (m.) II, 252 (II, 552)*; II, 253 (II, 554); III, 494 (IV, 589); III, 507 (IV, 606)

yachts II, 67 (II, 331); II, 2532 (II, 554); II, 255 (II, 557); III, 870 (V, 420) yachtswomen (f.) II, 251 (II, 552)*

Yes III, 364 (IV, 431)