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Index.

533

Ledaig : game, 224

Leg, human : figure as votive offering,

Spain, 471 {plate) Legend of Merlin, The, by Miss J. L.

Weston, 230-1 Leicester : Black Anna, the cave

haunter, 55 Leicestershire : {see also Charnwood

Forest ; Leicester ; Louth ; Lud-

borough ; Ludford ; and Ludney) ;

Lud as river god, 50 Leinster : {see also Almu ; Carlow ;

Dublin county ; Kildare county ;

Kilkenny county ; King's county ;

Longford ; Meath ; Mugna, plan of ;

Waterford ; Wexford ; and West-

meath) ; kings, 31, 33; Manannan

with three legs, 141-2 ; Nuada

Necht, ancestor of kings, 31 Leitrim county : {see also Doolas

woods ; and Kiltubbrid) ; cure of

elf-shooting, 200-10 Lemon : in "wassail box," Yorkshire,

349 Lent : burned or cast out in effigy

&c., 258 Leprosy, ceremony for, Jews, 260 Lett, Rev. Canon, exhibit by, 7 Letts : marriage custom, 284 Leudonus, King, see King Leudonus Levarcham backfooted, 131-2, 140 Lewis island : game, 228 Liban, wife of Labraid, 149, 167 Libation ceremonies : Greenland, 408 ;

Iceland, 408 Library of Folk-Lore Society, see

Books Libya, ancient : doves and oaks, 327 ;

origin of Arab breed of horses, 15 Liepa : goat sacrificed, 276 Liepe : birds caught, carried, and

freed, Ascension Day, 271 Life-index : ash-trees, Wiltshire, 322 ;

oak of Hays, Errol, 318-9; oak of

Probus, Cornwall, 323 Lightning : Palm-Sunday palm as

amulet against, Spain, 470 ; as

sword of Nuada or Zeus, 30-1 Limousin, see Laguenne ; and Tulle Lion : in fable, Cairo, 196 ; as local

nickname, Palestine, 22 Lion's River, see Amafunze tribe ; a7id

Inadi tribe Lis Logha, see Naas Lis Lughach, see Tara Lis Luighdhech, see Naas Lisnabilla : meaning of name, 172

Lisnafunchin, meaning of, 62 List of Works dealing with the " Early Institutions " side of Folklore Studies, by A. Nutt, 508-12 Lithuania : root cognate to Nuada,

Little Black Princess, A : a True Tale of Life hi the Nrver-Never Land, by Mrs. J. Gunn, reviewed, 254 Livett, R. : cat's cradle, 82-3 Lizard : in crest of Vi Duinn, Ireland, 325 ; if has feet, can kill scorpion, Cairo, 198 ; as local nickname, 22 Llandaff : Nud, bishop of, 42 Llew Llaw Gyffes, tale of, 31 1-3 Lludd Llawereint, as parallel of Nuada, 47-52, 55-6, 57-9, 143, 343 Llyn Llumonwy : tradition of eagles,

5° Llyr, father of Bendigeid Vran, 309

Loch Aweside : strength test, 218

Lochgilphead : games, 103-4, 222-3

Loch Guirr : in folktale, 347

Lochlann, see Norway

Loch Lein, in tale of Oisin, 147

Loch Lomond, see Llyn Llumonwy

Loch Maree, see Inchmaree

Loch na-n Ean, in folktale, 150

Loegaire, King, see King Loegaire

Loire Inferieure, see Nantes

Loki, fire spirit, 389

London : {see also Clapham ; London bridge ; Ludgate ; and St Paul's cathedral) ; in game, Hebrides, 100 ; sanctuary of god Lud, 50 ; string game, 87

London bridge : in nursery rhyme, 56

Londonderry : St Columcille's church in oak grove, 327

Londonderry county, see London- derry

Londonesia, see Lothian

Longford, see Bri-Leith ; aw^Granard

Lopas : costumes, marriage, and songs, 252

Lome : game, 222-3

Lostwithiel : oak in sympathy with king,_ 324

Lot, King, see King Lot

Loth, King, see King Lot

Lothian : Lot eponym of, 51

Lots, casting : lot bowl in Scandi- navian temples, 414

Lough Erne : crystal tree of, 149 ; journey of Conn-eda, 169-70

Lough Foyle : Grianan Aileach tumu- lus, 32