- Their resting → The upturnpikepoint → The upturnpikepoint for place → and their upturnpikepointandplace
- turnpike: a toll-gate across a road → there was one in Chapelizod
- upturnpikepointandplace → HCE's five toes (up, turn, pike, point, place)
- turnpike → Lord Byron, Don Juan 1.6.1-2: "Most epic poets plunge ‘in medias res’ (Horace makes this the heroic turnpike road)"
- pointing place → Ulysses 017.15: "taking his ashplant from its leaningplace" ?
- "Up, Guards, and at 'em" → Duke of Wellington
- up, turn, pike, point, place - five words (for five toes)