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Index.

501

Bini tribe : mariiage customs, 438 ;

secret society, 437 Birding customs, Siam &c. , 488-9 Birds in folklore : {see also Albatross ; Auk ; Blackbird ; Chicken ; Cock ; Crow ; Cuckoo ; Dove ; Eagle ; Emu ; Falcon ; Fowls ; Fulmar ; Gannet ; Grouse ; Hawk ; Hen ; Kite ; Lark ; Owl ; Partridge ; Pigeon ; Puffin ; Seamew ; Stork ; Swallow; Wagtail; Woodpecker; and Wren) ; in amulets, Naples, 145 ; handling eggs unlucky, Jamaica, 71 ; know medicinal pro- perties of herbs, 145 ; omens from, Jamaica, 69 ; seabirds do homage to St. Hilda, Whitby, 334 ; thigh- bone in folktale, Boeotia, 25 Birth customs and beliefs : {see also Omens ; and Twins) ; of Aranda tribe (Aus.), 430-1 ; barrenness, charm against, Morocco, 28 ; barren- ness caused by taking off sporran skins downwards, Loango, 404 ; birth caused by ancestral souls, Bavili, 375 ; birth deities or genii, Romans, 297-9 ! birth with caul enables to see duppies, Jamaica, 68 ; childbirth influenced by moon- deity, 138; divination of birth, Morocco, 32 ; Friday unlucky birth- day, Jamaica, 73; gazelle horn worn for safety in childbirth, Congo, 380; mother given another name after birth, S. Nigeria, 438 ; rue as pro- tective, 153; sacrifice at conception, S. Nigeria, 438 ; seven fruits charm away seven fatal Hathors, Persia, 152 ; sloth skin worn to protect unborn baby, Congo, 381 ; tree planted in memory of childbirth, S. Nigeria, 439 Bishop's Castle : saying, 67 Black : beast, Devil as, Glencoe, 61 Black animals, see Dog ; Horse ; Pig ;

and Sheep Blackberry bramble : spoilt by devil,

September, Dumfries, 454 Blackbird : in rhyme, Argyllshire,

453 Black Isle (Ross) : game, 200 Blacksmiths : amongst Masai, 235 Blaise, St., sec St. Blaise Blood : of pig poured over fetish

images, Congo, 378; shower of^as

portent, Romans, 265 Boa constrictor, see Snake

Body, parts of, see tinder names, stuk

as Ears ; and Hair Boeotia : folktale, 24-5 Bohemia : folklore, collection of, 16 Bojki, Slavic tribe, 48 Boma : revenant, 373 Bonfires, see Fire Books presented to Folk-Lore Society,

130, 370 Boots : in dreams, Jamaica, 76 ; in

legend of Devil, Wye valley, 174 Borrowing, by bride, Monmouthshire,

66 Boudas : shape-shifting by, 235 Bougainville: abode of dead, 115;

totemism, 114 Boulogne : Festival of the Visitation

of the B.V., 259 Boundary mounds, Loango, 396 Bovillae : rex sacrorum, 293 ; Vedi-

ovis, cult of, 273 Braber tribes, Morocco : 27-8 ; mid- summer customs, 34, 37, 42 ; no

midsummer water customs, 32 Bracciano, Lago di, see Anguillara Bracelet fetishes, Congo, 379-80,

381-2, 398 Brabrook, E. : review by, The Faroes

and Iceland: Studies in Island Life,

486-9 Braemar : saying, 98 Bread : loaves in ploughing custom,

Morocco, 38 ; in marriage custom,

Huculs, 52 ; unleavened, in plough- ing custom, Morocco, 38 Bretagne : Breton Folklore, by Mrs.

Mosher, i ; New Year festival, 210 Bridal customs and beliefs, see Marriage

customs and beliefs Brittany, see Bretagne Broad wood. Miss L. E., A Swiss

Charm, 465-7 Buali : medicine man at, 381 ; royal

burial rites, 400 Buffalo: b. dance. Pawnees, 118; b.

skull medicine lodge. Pawnees, 118;

in folktale, Loango, 399: parts of

placed in sacred grove, Loango, 399 ;

sacred Loango, 396 Bugle : burial in effigy, 463-4 Bukowina, see Czeremosz ; Huculs ;

and Prut Bulgaria : folklore, collection of, 16 ;

The Shade of the Balkans reviewed,

489-91 Bull-roarer : Argyllshire, 440 ; legend

of origin, Australia, iii