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Index.

Cod : as local nickname, 22

Coffee, cup of, omens from, Cairo, 198

Coins : in elf- bags, N.W. Ireland,

202-3 Colic: fish bones as 'colic-stones,'

France, 466-7 Collectanea, 72-106, 190-229, 349-73,

454-87 Colours in folklore, see under various

colours, such as White Columbia, United States of, see

United States of Columbia Conaing, son of Aidan, 66 Conaire, King, see King Conaire Conall Cearnach, 168, 334-5 Conception : caused by spirit from

totem centre, Australia, 18-9, 489,

492 ; unlucky on first 7 days of

Baramhat, Cairo, 197 Conchobar, King, see King Conchobar Connaught : {see also Cruachan ;

King Crimthan Cass ; Leitrim ;

Mayo ; and Sligo) ; eponym, 169;

meaning of " ditch," 204 Conn-eda, story of, 169-70 Connla, folktales of, 146-7, 154, 159,

163, 169, 326, 333, 343, 444 Connolly, R. H. : review by, — Ren- del Harris's The Cult of the

Heavenly Twins, 493-8 Contin : ' Maree's Bush,' 331 Cook, A. B., The European Sky- God, IV-VII, The Celts, i, 27-71,

141-73, 308-48, 427-52 Coptic folklore : folktales, 194 ;

month rhymes, 197 Coracle, magic, of Manannan, 142 Coral ; amulets, Spain, 457-8, 460

{plates) ; itself protective against

evil eye, Spain, 460 Coran the druid, 146-7 Corbie, see Raven Corinthian letters, apocryphal, 497 Cork country, see Clenor Cormac, King, see King Cormac Corn : {see also Oats ; and Wheat) ;

stores for, Manyika, 486-7 {plate) Cornel, see Hawthorn-tree Corn spirits, vegetation souls, and

the like : Brigit, Hebrides, 326 ;

" churn " or corn baby, Ulster, 7 ;

cult among Slavs, 258 Cornwall : {see also Bocontoc ; East,

hundred of; Lanhadron Park ;

Lostwithiel ; Probus ; and Truro) ;

acran or plum, 57 ; ancient drama,

56-7 ; King Arthur living as raven,

313 ; pig's nose thrown over house^

281 ; St Neot, 42-6, 55 Correspondence, 107-114, 230-5,

373-4. 507 Corrigaun, in ballad, Bretagne, 314 Corrinshigo or Corrinshigagh, mean- ing of, 62 Corycus : Corycian cave as prison of

Zeus, 28 Cos : nickname as surname, 23 Cote d'Or, see Chatillon-sur-Seine Coughing : shows baby not bewitched,

Bantu, 250 Council of Folk-Lore Society : elec- tion, 5 ; report, 6-9, 230 Courting customs and beliefs : Bohemia, 252 ; cock in, Indre,

282 ; Ireland, 114

Cow : {see also Cattle) ; charms to cure, Antrim, 7, or to protect, Antrim, 7 ; dung rubbed on baby, Bantu, 250 ; flint arrows discharged at milch cows by fairies, Leitrim, 202 ; ghost as, Iceland, 412 ; as local nickname, 22 ; in marriage custom, Illyria, 283 ; signs of elf- shooting, N.W. Ireland, 203 ; White, name of Boyne, wife of Nuada, 45

Cowal : games, 96, 222

Cowrie shell : as amulet, Italy and Spain, 466 {plate)

Crab : as local nickname, 22

Crab-apple, see Apple

Crede, daughter of Cairbre, 170-1

Cree, A. T. Crawford : Backfooted Beings, 2, 7, 131-40

Creiddylad, daughter ofKingLludd,48

Creidne, worker in bronze of Irish gods, 29

Cremation, see Death and funeral customs and beliefs

Cress : of Brosnach eaten by Irish king, 162

Crete : baetyl near sacred tree, 61

Crim Tartars : marriage custom, 283

Crimthan Cass, King, see King Crimthan Cass

Croatians : ' means of living ' denotes orchard fruit, 57

Crocodile : human, in Nile, 198

Cromlechs : at Kiltubbid, 443-4 ; barren women cured by visit, Ire- land, 448 ; often called Bed of Diarmuid and Grainne, Ireland, 443-4, 448 ; wishes granted after visit, Ireland, 448