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Index.

521

Monmouth: ghost stor}', 175-6; house nightly destroyed, 64-5

Monmouthshire : {see also Chepstow ; Coleford : Cwmcarvon ; Gros- mont ; Mitchel Troy ; Monmouth ; Penallt ; Ross ; Tintern Abbey ; Tregagle ; Trelleck ; and Wye valley) ; Miscellaneous Notes from Monmouthshire, by Miss B. A. Wherry, 63-7 ; Welsh, 162-3

Moon : in amulet, Naples, 135, 140-2, 147, 156-61 {plates); in folktales, Eleusis, 24, Eskimo, 119, S. America, 484 ; full, days of, sacred to Jupiter, 263 ; influence of deity, 138 ; new, days of, sacred to Juno, 263 ; new, wishes at, come true, Jamaica, 70 ; repels serpents, Vedas, 138 ; temple to Luna, Romans, 270

Moon-daisy : in amulet, Naples, 159 {plate) ; as maudlinwort, 145 ; sacred to Lucina, 138, or Eilei- thueia, 145 ; used for uterine dis- eases, 145

Moon flowers in amulet, Naples, 144,

157 Moon plants open locks, 143 Moon wort : repels serpents, 138 Moonwort fern : opens locks, 143 Mordecai, legend of, 423-4 Morgins, Valde: charm, 465-7 Mormo, in Greek folklore, 21 Morocco : {see also Aglu ; Amzmiz ; Andjra ; Atlas mountains; Azem- mur ; Azila ; Bu Ragrag ; Casa- blanca ; Demnat ; Dukkala ; Fahs ; Fez ; Glawi ; Haha ; Jbel Habib ; Mequinez; Mogador; Rabat; Salli ; Sbu ; Shelha ; Sus ; Tetuan ; Wad Dra; and H7ide7- names of t7-ibes) ; Midsummer Customs in Morocco, by Dr. E. Westermarck, 2, 27-47 '■> northerti, many saints' feasts on I'ansara day, 32 Mosher, Mrs. , Breton Folklore, i Mother of God, see Virgin Mary Mother-right : Australia, 468-75 ; as connected with group marriage, 99 ; Ovaherero, 357 Mothers renamed after birth of child,

S. Nigeria, 438 Mountains : {see also under )iames, iiich as Alps) ; as abode of dead, Shortland islands, 115 Mourning customs, see Death and funeral customs and beliefs

Mouse : brother of wren, Faroes, 488 Mpili : spitting viper respected, 402 Msakasaka plant, in fetish rites,

Loango, 378 Muamba tree : nail fetish made from,

Congo, 383-4 (plate) Mugwort, see Artemisia Mule: bathed on l-'ans-ara day,

Morocco, 31 ; cured by burning

wild cat under, Morocco, 46 Mull, island of: game of chucks,

19S-9 ; riddle, 448-9 Mumming plays, see Folk-drama Miinchenbuchsee, riddles from, 493 jNIungan ngaua, Australian deity, 105,

no, 222 Munlochy : game, 342 Miinsterland : fire ceremony, 45 Muruburra tribe (Aus. ) : organisation,

474 Music : Padstow hobby horse, 60 ;

underground, Monmouthshire, 64 IMusquakie Indians, Miss Owen's

monograph on, 9 Myrtle : associated with Venus, 279 ;

at marriages, Germany, 51 Mysia, see Parium Mysterious Smoke, by E. A. W.

Peacock, 224-5 Mythen ttnd Lege?iden, Die, der

Siidatuerikanischen Urvblker ttnd

ihre Beziehungen zu denen Nord-

amerikas nnd der alteii Welt, by P.

Ehrenreich, reviewed, 483-6

Naalsoe : seals dance in human form,

.487

Naiads : Nemi, 290

Nail fetishes, Congo, 382-6 {plate)

Nails, human : not cut with scissors, Jamaica, 68 ; omens from, Jamaica, 68, 75

Naiteru-kop, Masai demiurge, 235

Nalolo : the queen of the Barotse, 382

Names : after child has received name, murder to kill, Iceland, 360; Chris- tian, must be known or given before charming, St. Brivael's, 168 ; mother given fresh names after childbirth, S. Nigeria, 438 ; not used, St. Briavel's, 172; not uttered when fetish is being made, Congo, 383

Naples: inscription to Jupiter of Rain, 267; the jettatura, 132

Narrinyeri tribe (Aus.) : marriage cus- toms, 471-2