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Index.

523

Dirr : offerings to dead, 199-200

Dis, Celtic parallel to, 55

Diseases ; {see also under names of

diseases) ; amulets against, Spain,

467 {plate) ; boats for, 264 ; can

be transferred, Bantu, 250 Diseases : caused by snake, Bantu,

249, spirits, Philippines, 122 Disir, see Fylgja Distaff, shape-shifting into, Iceland,

422 Divination : {see also Omens ; and

Oracles) ; by birds. Loch Lomond,

50; by dreams, Scandinavia, 415-6;

by nuts. Hallow Eve, Ireland,

58 ; by yew rods, Ireland, 67 ;

at Yuletide, Scandinavia, 414-5 Dodona, oak of, 67, 327 Does the Folk-Lore Society exist for

the Study of Early Institutions?, by

Miss C. S. Barne, 233-5 Dog : as local nickname, 22 ; in

temple of Nodons, Lydney Park,

40 ; white, sacrificed, Iroquois, 265 Dolls : The Folklore of Dolls, by E.

Lovett, 129; in "wassail box,"

Yorkshire, 349-50 Dolphin : bones as amulets, Spain,

467 {plate) Domald, King, see King Doniald Domhnall back-footed, 13 1-2, 138 Domnall, son of King Murchad, 61, 68 Donegal, see Inishowen Donkey : amulet for, Spain, 456 ;

ears cropped, Moqui Indians, 72-3 ;

figure as votive offering, Spain,

471 ; valued, 285 Doolas woods : fairy tree, 442-4, 451 Dove : associated with oak, 327, and

St Columcille, 327 ; on British

sceptre, 315 ; golden, on cup

handles, Greece, 168 ; white, in

ballad, Bretagne, 314 Dragon : fiery, guards buried treasure,

Iceland, 412-3 ; in Mabinogion, 49 Drama, Folk, see Folk-drama Dreams : divination by, Scandinavia,

415-6 ; in Icelandic sagas, 397-8 ;

of King Cathair, 161 Drolls: Cairo, 192-6 Drontheim : Thorgerd to Iceland

from, 407 Druids : Ireland, 33-4, 69-70 ; Nuada,

33-4 ; sacrificed white bulls, 34 ;

tree divinity and stone pillar

associated, 61 ; white associated

with, 33-4

Druim Suithe, the poet, 66 Druminshin or Drumnahunshin, mean- ing of, 62 Drums, musical : Tibet, 3 Duach Dubh, King, see King Duach

Dubh Dubhros : the fairy quicken-tree,

438-9, 443-5, 451 Dublin county, see Howth Duck : earth-dwarfs with feet of,

Germany, 134 ; figured on wedding

cakes. Great Russia, 282 Duiker : skin worn as apron by

Baperi, Transvaal, 484 Dumbartonshire, see Loch Lomond Dumnonii : Nudoskingof, 37, 42, 143 Dungarvan : Finn's leap. May Day,

4.34 Durban : dances, 477 ; witch-doctor's

necklace, 483 {plate) Durham, Miss M. E., "The Shade

of the Balkans," 113 Durrow : apple-tree, 328 ; named

from oak-groves, 327 Dusserah festival, Mhars, 269, 274 Dutch folklore, see Holland Dyaks : religious rites, 256 Dyved, kings of realm of, 143

Eagle : in armorial bearings, Scot- land, 322 ; auguries from, May Eve, Loch Lomond, 50 ; in folk- tale, British Columbia, 133 ; on sceptre as symbol, 165, 315 ; shape- shifting into, Wales, 312-3

Eaglehawk : phratry, Australia, 24, no, 242, 246

Earth dwarfs, in German saga, 134-5, 140

Earth gods : fly before new religion, Iceland, 399; Jupiter, 31 ; Nuada, 31-2 ; Zeus, 31

Easter : {see also Good Friday) ; candle blessed by Pope, 470 ; eggs, Huculs, 7 ; expulsion ceremony, Barcelona, 263

East, hundred of: Painter's Oak, 323-4

East Indies, see Borneo ; Celebes ; and Nias

Eastwell : oaks in sympathy with Finches, 323

Eating : of horseflesh test of pagan- ism, Iceland, 419-20

Eber, Milesian leader, 153

Eberswald : birds caught, carried, and freed. Ascension Day, 271