Pronouncing Joyce: A - M

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Adelaide road

the original jews' temple was here too before they built their synagogue over in Adelaide road.

/ˈædəle:d/

adelaideroad.mp3

Aherlow

Sir Patrick Dun's hospital, Cape Clear, the glen of Aherlow, Lynch's castle, the Scotch house

/æhəɹˈlou/

aherlow.mp3

Ailesbury Road

From Ailesbury road, Clyde road, artisans’ dwellings, north Dublin union, lord mayor in his gingerbread coach, old queen in a bathchair.

/ˈe:lzbərɪ/

ailesbury road.mp3

Aldborough House

Near Aldborough House Father Conmee thought of that spendthrift nobleman

/ˈɒ:ldbərə/

aldborough2.mp3

Alexandra Basin

A Palgrave Murphy boat was put off the ways at Alexandra basin, the only launch that year.

/ælɛkˈsændrə/

alexandra basin.mp3

Amiens Street

in the direction of Amiens street railway terminus

/ˈe:miənz/

amiens 290516.mp3

Annesley bridge

At Annesley bridge the tram halted

/ˈænzlɪ/

annesley.mp3

Antient Concert Rooms

Antient concert rooms. Nothing on there.

/ˈe:nʃ(ə)nt/

antient2.mp3

Antrim

A sire in Ultonian Antrim bade it him.

/ˈæntrɪm/

antrim.mp3

Arbour Hill

I was just passing the time of day with old Troy of the D. M. P. at the corner of Arbour hill there and be damned but a bloody sweep came along and he near drove his gear into my eye.

/ˈa:ɹbəɹ/

arbour hill.mp3

Arbutus place

Arbutus place: Pleasants street: pleasant old times.

/a:rˈbju:təs/

arbutusplace.mp3

Artane

Just nice time to walk to Artane

/a:rˈte:n/

artane.mp3

Athlone

the Athlone poursuivant and Ulster King of Arms.

/ˈæθloun/

athlone2.mp3

Aungier Street

curtain pole and revolving shutter manufacturer, 16 Aungier street

/ˈe:nʤəɹ/

aungier.mp3

Bachelor’s Walk

I’m just running round to Bachelor’s walk, Mr Bloom said, about this ad of Keyes’s. Want to fix it up.

/ˈbætʃələɹ/

bachelor's walk.mp3

Baggot street

In Ely place, Baggot street, Duke’s lawn, thence through Merrion green up to Holles street a swash of water flowing that was before bonedry and not one chair or coach or fiacre seen about but no more crack after that first.

/ˈbægət/

baggot street.mp3

Ballsbridge

Ballsbridge. Tourists over for the show.

/bɒ:lzˈbrɪʤ/

older /ˈbɒ:lz ˈbrɪʤ/ reflects spelling as two words

ballsbridge.mp3

Ballybough bridge

What did you do in the cattlecreep behind Kilbarrack? [...] And under Ballybough bridge?

/bælɪˈbɒ:x/

ballybough.mp3

Belvedere

were they getting on well at Belvedere?

/bɛlvəˈdiəɹ/

belvedere.mp3

Beresford place

Between this point and the high at present unlit warehouses of Beresford place Stephen thought to think of Ibsen.

/ˈbɛrəsfəd/

beresford place.mp3

Berkeley Road

Quick warm sunlight came running from Berkeley road

/ˈba:klɪ/

berkeley.mp3

Berkeley street

As they turned into Berkeley street a streetorgan near the Basin sent over and after them a rollicking rattling song of the halls.

/ˈba:klɪ/

berkeley street.mp3

Brian Boruimhe House

They drove on past Brian Boroimhe house

/bəˈru:/

boroimhe.mp3

Brighton square

the very 1st opportunity he got a chance in Brighton square running into my bedroom pretending the ink got on his hands to wash it off with the Albion milk and sulphur soap I used to use and the gelatine still round it.

/ˈbraɪtɒn/

brighton square.mp3

Burgh quay

thirdly, a conflict between professional etiquette and professional emulation concerning the recent erections of the Grand Lyric Hall on Burgh Quay and the Theatre Royal in Hawkins street.

/bə:ɹ/

burgh quay.mp3

Cahill's corner

From Cahill's corner the reverend Hugh C. Love, M. A., made obeisance unperceived

/ˈkæhɪl/

cahill.mp3

Capel street

Must get that Capel street library book renewed

/ˈke:pl/

capel.mp3

Carlisle bridge

John Mulligan, the manager of the Hibernian bank, gave me a very sharp eye yesterday on Carlisle bridge as if he remembered me.

/ˈka:rlaɪl/ or /ka:rˈlaɪl/

carlisle.mp3

Carrickmines

there is ever heard a trampling, cackling, roaring, lowing, bleating, bellowing, rumbling, grunting, champing, chewing, of sheep and pigs and heavyhooved kine from pasturelands of Lusk and Rush and Carrickmines and from the streamy vales of Thomond.

/kærɪkˈmaɪnz/

carrickmines.mp3

Cecilia street

Playing it slow, a girl, night I came home, the girl. Door of the stables near Cecilia street. Ought to invent dummy pianos for that.

/səˈsi:lɪə/

cecila street.mp3

Chapelizod

Ignatius Gallaher we all know and his Chapelizod boss

/ʧæplˈɪzəd/

chapelizodm.mp3

Charlemont Mall

J. and T. Davy, family grocers, 1 Charlemont Mall, Grand Canal

/ˈʧa:rləmɒ:nt/

charlemont.mp3

Charleville Mall

Moored under the trees of Charleville Mall Father Conmee saw a turfbarge

/ˈʧa:rləvɪl/

charleville.mp3

Clanbrassil street

I, Rudolph Virag, now resident at no 52 Clanbrassil street, Dublin [...] intend henceforth upon all occasions and at all times to be known by the name of Rudolph Bloom.

/klænˈbrʌs(ə)l/

clanbrassil.mp3

Clarendon st

the last concert I sang at where its over a year ago when was it St Teresas hall Clarendon st

/ˈklærəndən/

clarendon.mp3

Clongowes

When I put my face into it in the basin at Clongowes

/ˈklɒngouz/

clarendon.mp3

Clonmacnois

the lovely lakes of Killarney, the ruins of Clonmacnois, Cong Abbey, Glen Inagh and the Twelve Pins

/klɒnməkˈnɒɪz/

clonmacnois.mp3

Clonsilla

Wonder if the dodge works now getting dicky meat off the train at Clonsilla.

/ˈklɒnsɪlə/

clonsilla.mp3

Clonskea

handsomemarriedwomanrubbed againstwidebehindinClonskeatram

/ˈklɒnski:/

clonskea.mp3

Clonturk park

she would never forget her hero boy who went to his death with a song on his lips as if he were but going to a hurling match in Clonturk park.

/ˈklɒntə:ɹk/

clonturkpark.mp3

Coadys lane

if the little man he showed me dribbling along in the wet all by himself round by Coadys lane

/ˈkoudɪz/

coadys lane.mp3

Connemara

A timepiece of striated Connemara marble, stopped at the hour of 4.46 a.m. on the 21 March 1896

/kɒnəˈma:rə/

connemara.mp3

the Coombe

Did you hear that one, he asked them, about Mulcahy from the Coombe?

/ku:m/

thecoombe.mp3

Dalkey

that was an accident coming down Dalkey hill

/ˈdɒ:kɪ/

dalkey.mp3

Dawson street

Mr Bloom walked towards Dawson street, his tongue brushing his teeth smooth.

/ˈdɒ:sən/

dawson street.mp3

Denzille Lane

The Denzille lane boys. Hell, blast ye! Scoot.

/ˈdɛnzɪl/

denzille.mp3

Denzille street

Remember the summer morning she was born, running to knock up Mrs Thornton in Denzille street.

/ˈdɛnzɪl/

denzillestreet.mp3

Dignam’s court

Mr Denis J Maginni, professor of dancing &c, … walking with grave deportment most respectfully took the curbstone as he passed lady Maxwell at the corner of Dignam’s court.

/ˈdɪgnəm/

dignam's court.mp3

D'Olier Street

Messrs Flower and M'Donald of 14 D'Olier street

/dəˈliəɹ/

D'Olier.mp3

Dorset Street

He walked back along Dorset street

/dɒ:ɹˈsɛt/

or /ˈdɒ:ɹsət/

dorset.mp3

Drumcondra

Mina Kennedy, 4 Lismore terrace, Drumcondra with Idolores, a queen, Dolores, silent.

/drʌmˈkɒndrə/

drumcondra.mp3

Earlsfort terrace

Sir Frederick Falkiner going into the freemasons’ hall. Solemn as Troy. After his good lunch in Earlsfort terrace.

/ˈə:ɹzfət/

earlsfort terrace.mp3

Eccles Street

I live in Eccles street

/ˈɛk(ə)lz/

also locally /ˈɛkləs/

eccles.mp3

Ely place

In Ely place, Baggot street, Duke's lawn, thence through Merrion green up to Holles street

/ˈi:laɪ/

ely.mp3

Eustace street

Girl in Eustace street hallway Monday was it settling her garter.

/ˈju:stəs/

eustace street.mp3

Finglas Road

The carriage steered left for Finglas road

/ˈfɪngləs/

finglas.mp3

Fitzgibbon street

Father Conmee gave a letter from his breast to Master Brunny Lynam and pointed to the red pillarbox at the corner of Fitzgibbon street.

/fɪtzˈgɪbən/

fitzgibbon street.mp3

Fownes Street

In Fownes's street

/ˈfæʊnz/

fownes.mp3

Fumbally’s lane

Two Dublin vestals, Stephen said, elderly and pious, have lived fifty and fiftythree years in Fumbally’s lane.

/ˈfʌmbəlɪ/

fumbally's lane.mp3

Galway

Save them, says the citizen, the giant ash of Galway and the chieftain elm of Kildare

/ˈgɒ:l(ˌ)we:/

galway.mp3

Governor street

Mrs Opisso in Governor street O what a name Id go and drown myself in the first river if I had a name like her

/ˈgʌvəɹnəɹ/

governor street.mp3

Grafton street

In Grafton street Master Dignam saw a red flower in a toff’s mouth and a swell pair of kicks on him

/ˈgra:ftən/

grafton street.mp3

Grantham street

she was a lovely woman magnificent head of hair on her down to her waist tossing it back like that like Kitty OShea in Grantham street

/ˈgrænθəm/

grantham street.mp3

Grosvenor

That one at the Grosvenor this morning

/ˈgrouvnəɹ/

grosvenor.mp3

Heytesbury street

said he had a farm in the county Down off a hop-of-my-thumb by the name of Moses Herzog over there near Heytesbury street.

/ˈhe:tsbərɪ/

heytesburystreet.mp3

Holles Street

the lying-in hospital in Holles street

/ˈhɒləs/

holles.mp3

Howth

on the proud promontory of dear old Howth

/hout̪/

howth.mp3

Jammet's

that highclass whore in Jammet's

/ˈʒæme:z/

jammet's.mp3

Jervis street

At the Dolphin they halted to allow the ambulance car to gallop past them for Jervis street.

/ˈʤə:ɹvɪs/

jervisstreet.mp3

Kavanagh

the shaded door of Kavanagh's winerooms

/ˈkævənə/

kavanagh.mp3

Kenilworth square

drawers that was the evening coming along Kenilworth square he kissed me in the eye of my glove

/ˈkɛnəlwə:ɹθ/

kenilworth square.mp3

Killiney hill

expecting you to walk up Killiney hill then for example at that picnic all staysed up

/kɪˈlaɪnɪ/

kenilworth square.mp3

Lansdowne road

On Northumberland and Lansdowne roads His Excellency acknowledged punctually salutes from rare male walkers

/ˈlænzdæʊn/

kenilworth square.mp3

Larchet's

Larchet's, Holles street hospital, Burke's. Eh? I am watching you.

/ˈla:rʃe:z/

larchet's.mp3

Leinster Street

Turkish and Warm Baths, 11 Leinster street

/ˈlɛnstəɹ/

leinster.mp3

Lincoln Place

in Lincoln place outside the premises of F. W. Sweny and Co (Limited)

/ˈlɪŋk(ə)n/

lincoln.mp3

Mabbot street

The Mabbot street entrance of nighttown, before which stretches an uncobbled tramsiding set with skeleton tracks, red and green will-o’-the-wisps and danger signals.

/ˈmæbət/

mabbot street.mp3

MacConnell's corner

A onelegged sailor crutched himself round MacConnell's corner

/məˈkɒnəlz/

macConnellscorner.mp3

Marlborough street

There was a dosshouse in Marlborough street, Mrs Maloney's

/ˈmɒ:ɹlbərə/

marlboroughstreet.mp3

Mecklenburgh street

I called upon the bard Kinch at his summer residence in upper Mecklenburgh street

/ˈmeklənbəɹg/

mecklenburghstreet.mp3

Michan

Is he buried in saint Michan's?

/ˈmaɪk(ə)n/ or /ˈmɪk(ə)n/

michan.mp3

Montgomery Street

the livery stables at the corner of Montgomery street

/mɒntˈgɒm(ə)rɪ/

montgomery.mp3

Monypeny’s corner

Five tallwhitehatted sandwichmen between Monypeny’s corner and the slab where Wolfe Tone’s statue was not.

/ˈmʌnɪpɛnɪ/

monypeny's corner.mp3

Mountjoy square

Father Conmee stopped three little schoolboys at the corner of Mountjoy square.

/ˈmæʊntʤɒɪ/

mountjoysquare.mp3