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Index.

537

(/Zai'£), styled "bean" and "wild chestnut," Spain, 467 Mugna plain : gigantic oak, 60-1, 65,

67-9, 153.. 320 Mukwara-lCilpara tribes, organisation

of, 179, 246 Mule : amulet for, Spain, 456 Mumming plays, see Folk -drama Mumps, treatment of, Bantu, 250 Muncaster : luck cup, 173 Munster : {see also Clare ; Cork county ; Kerry ; Slienamon ; and Tipperary) ; king Curoi, 334-5 ; king OiloU Oluim, 153; trick of king Bres, 46 Murchad, I\in<?, see King Murchad Murrain, sacrifice to avert, Wales, 276 Murray river : tribal organisation,

179; tribal All-Father, 175 Mur-y-Castell : palace of Llew, 312 Music : musical instruments, Tibet, 3 Mycense : gold cup, 168 Mystery plays : defined, 381 ; Tibet, 3 Mythes et Legendes d'Atistralie : Etudes d'Ethnographie et de Socio- logies by A. van Gennep, reviewed, 488-93

Naabburg : pigeon eaten by newly

married, 284 Naas : hares eaten by Irish king, 162 Nairn, see Cawdor

Names : of children from places, Euahlayi tribe, 245 ; local nick- names, 22-3 Nantes : cat's cradle, 89, 92 Naples : amulets, 457 (plate), 462 Narran river, see Euahlayi tribe Natal, see Amafunze tribe ; Amam- pumuze tribe ; Camperdown ; Dur- ban ; Estcourt ; Henley ; Inadi tribe; Lion's River; New Hanover; Ngcobo tribes ; Pietermaritzburg ; Swartkop ; and Tugela Native Tribes of South-East Aus- tralia, The, by A. W. Howitt, 107-110, 174-89, 288-93 Necklaces : charm, 7 ; witchdoctor's,

Zulu, 483 {plate) Nechta, water spirit, IreLiid, 31, 39 Nechtan mac CoUbrain, in voyage of

Bran, 145 Negritos of Zainbales, The, by W. A.

Reed, reviewed, 120-2 Negros (Philippines) : negritos, 120 Nemed, in Irish folktale, 154 Nemglam, king of the birds, 167

Nemi, wood of; branch plucked at, 157, 444; oak of St Brigit com- pared, 326 ; rex Nemorensis, 333-5, 441, 451 ; sacred tree oak or apple- tree, 445

Nervous troubles, amulets for, Spain, 470-1 {plate)

Netherlands, see Holland

New Caledonia : snake-man back- footed, 131-2, 138

New Castile, see Madrid ; and Toledo

New Forest, see Cadenham oak ; and King's oak

New Hanover (Natal), see Inadi tribe

New South Wales : {see also Darling river ; Gwydir river ; Murray river ; Narran river ; and tmder names of tribes) ; graves slept upon, 261 ; rela- tionships, no; tribal All-Father, 175

New Year's Day : in Arthurian sagas, 338-9, 341 ; wren caught and freed, Kirkmaiden, 271

New York : string game, 87-8

New Zealand : Maui as a pigeon, 133

Ngcobo tribes, 473

Niall, King, see King Niall

Niall O'Loughlin, vengeance of, 172

Niamh of the Golden Head, 147-8

Nias : animal rolled from roof, 280

Nicknames, see Names

Nidd river, see Knaresborough

Nile : human crocodiles, 198

Ninine the poet, 60-1

Nitran : costumes, marriage, and songs, 252

Nivernais : wren freed at gate annually, 270

Njala saga, 388, 392, 405, 407, 410,

415. 419 Njord : agricultural god, 389 ; oath

by, Icelandic saga, 394 ; toasted.

Yule feast, Scandinavia, 417 Nodons : Gaelic deity, 38-43, 45, 47,

50> 53> 55. 57 ; temple of, Lydney

Park, 38-41, 54 Noondoo ridges, abode of Byamee, 1 17 Noongahburrah tribe, local division

of Euahlayi tribe, 1 15 Nord Dept. , see Maubeuge Normandy : {see also Bee Hellouin ;

a7td Rouen) ; pigeon eaten by

newly married, 284 Normanton : wassailing song, 351 Norns, The, 409-10 North America : {see also British

Columbia ; Mexico ; United States

of North America; ajtd West