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Index.

Indies) ; sotith west, folklore of

Indian tribes of, 1,7 North wind : sons of Boreas in

Wurzburg cylix, 136 Norway : {see also Drontheim ; Halo-

galand ; Hedemark ; Heimskringla ;

Lapps ; Raumarige ; Ringerige ;

Trondhjem; awc/Westfold); autumn

feast and sacrifice, 416 ; cat's cradle,

86; in folktale, Ireland, 449-51;

king Halfdan's body divided for

burial, 418-9; king Lot, 51, 343,

345 ; Scandinavian element in Irish

tales, 453 ; in tale of Diarmuid and

Grainne, 438 Notes on Spanish Amulets, by W. L.

Ilildburgh, 454-72, {plates) November : ist, death of Nuada, 30 ;

feast of Samhain, 30; "wassail

box " carried round, Yorkshire, 349 Nuada, Irish deity, 28-35, 37-40) 43>

45> 47, 52. 58-9, 141, I43> 165,

324, 428 Nuada Deg-lamh, 33-4 Nuada Derg, 34 Nuada Find Feimin, 34 Nuada Finnfail, King, see King

Nuada Finnfail Nuada FuUon, King, see King Nuada

Fullon Nuada Salfota, 34 Nuada the druid, 33, 59 Nuada the Sage, King, see King

Nuada the Sage Nuada the warrior, Ulster, 33 Nuadha O'Lomthuile, the poet, 34 Nubia, see Uirr ; and Nubians Nubians, drolls about, 195-6 Nud, bishop of Llandaff, 42 Nudd : as name of Welsh chiefs, 36-7,

46, 143 ; Welsh parallel of Nuada,

35-6, 45, 47-8, 52, 55

Nudos Liberalis, 453

Numbers in folklore, see under various numliers, such as Three

Nursery rhymes : Egypt, 197 ; Eng- land, 56

Nutcrack night, see Hallow Eve

Nuts : {see also Beech-nut ; Chestnut, wild ; and Hazel nut) ; borne by oak of Mugna, Ireland, 61 ; burnt on nutcrack night, Ireland, 58 ; con- nected with Nuada, 58 ; in folk- tale, Ireland, 435

Nutt, A., List of Works dealing with the "Early Institutions" side of Folklore Studies, 508-12

Oak-tree : apple-tree as substitute for, Europe, 57-8, 159, Glastonbury, 310-1 ; in arms of Glasgow, 329; in Arthurian sagas, 341 ; in ballad, Bretagne, 313-4; on battlefield of Kerloan, 313-4 ; of Boconnoc, 324 ; of Charnwood Forest, 323 ; coffins of Brigantian chief, 321, and King Arthur, 321 ; as crest, Ireland, 325 ; of Derry, 327 ; of Dodona, 67 ; of Durrow, 327 ; fairies dance under, Monmouthshire, 54 ; of Finches, Kent, 323 ; Finn Mac-Cumall reared in, 429 ; in folktales, Argyllshire, 316-7, Ireland, 152-3, 334-5, and Wales, 312-3 ; founder of Glastonbury named from, 3 10- 1 ; halls built round, England, 172-3 ; of Hays, Perthshire, 318-9 ; heads hung on, 340 ; of Kells, 327 ; leaves in crowns, 315, and sword of state, 315 ; as life-index, 318-9, 323 ; maid formed from blossoms of, Wales, 31 1-2; of Mugna, Ire- land, 60-1,65,67-9, 153,320; names drawn from, Ireland, 327 ; oak woods. Forest of Dean, 53-4, 341, Ireland, 62, 327 ; oracles from oak slips, Praeneste, 67 ; of Ramsays, Dalkeith, 322 ; of St Brigit, 325 ; of St Maree, Ross-shire, 332 ; sky god associated with, 53 ; Stuart badge, 315, 322 ; on sword of state, Scotland, 315

Oaths : by gods, Icelandic sagas, 394 ; of miners. Forest of Dean, 54

Oats : Brigit represented by, Hebri- des, 326

Oban : game, 102-3 5 i^i game, Uist, 211

Oberpfalz : goat thrown from church, Sept. I, 276; pig rolled from roof, wedding, 280-1 ; pork at wedding breakfast, 280.

O'Briens, the bile of the, 172

Ocean deities, see Sea deities

October : {see also Baba ; and Hal- low Eve) ; 28th, eve of Samhain, 44 ; Ides, sacrifice of ' October horse ' on, 420

Odin : ancestor king, 408 ; burnt on pile, 409 ; heaven-god, 409 ; sacri- ficed to, Scandinavia, 4 1 8-9 ; sacri- fices not named, Icelandic sagas, 395, 426 ; toast to. Yule feast, Scandinavia, 417 ; wind or storm god, 389, 393