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Index.

October, see Hallowe'en

Odiham : chalk-pit repels thunder,

304 ; stocks, 324 Oedipus, 284

Ogham writing, Clare, 52 (plate) Ogonello : rag offerings, 213 Ogres : in folk-tales, Ceylon, 124 Oil : omen from, India, 230 Oklahoma, see Pawnee Indians Okroe : in folk-tale, Hausas,

458-9 Old Kildimo : wild cats, 451 Oleander - tree : expels disease spirits, Morocco, 179-80 ; sticks in masquerade, Morocco, 177, 179 Olokun, deity, Nigeria, 394 Olorun, deity, Yoruba, 421 Omens : from animals, Clare, 204, 449. 453. India, 74, 230, Mor- occo, 152, 154, Persia, 270; from birds, Clare, 204, 453, Glos., 238; from blood, Morocco, 153; from cutting hand, Morocco, 148 ; from dreams, Clare, 204 ; from first objects seen, India, 230 ; from meeting woman, Derbyshire, 241 ; from parts of body, Clare, 204 ; from red- haired woman, Clare, 204, 449 ; from sneezing, Persia, 269-70 ; of death, Clare, 204, 450, 453, Morocco, 153 ; of disaster, Persia, 270, Wales, 512 ; of harvest, China, 264 ; of journey, India, 230, Morocco, 153 ; of length of life, Morocco, 148, 152-3 ; of marriage, Clare, 204, 450 ; of praise or abuse, Clare, 204 ; of rain, Glos., 238, Morocco, 153-4; of sickness, Clare, 204, 450 ; of trouble, Clare, 204 ; of wealth, Clare, 204, Morocco, 153 On the Alleged Evidence for Mother-Right in Early Greece, by H. J. Rose, 277-291, 493-4 Oola : dead hand ' brings ' butter,

340 Opuntian Locrians : nobility, 288-9 Orange : in divination, Clare, 205 Orange river: Hottentots, 119 Ordeals : by oath on bell, Clare,

337 ; China, 234 ; poison, Bush-

ongo, 42, 387 Ordish, T. Fairman : exhibits by,

6 ; on folk-drama, 4 Oregon, see Takelma

Orestes, 283

Orientation : of churches, Hants,

307 Orishala, deity, Yoruba, 262 Orishas, Yoruba, 261-2, 421 Orpheus type of folk-tales, 126 Orpine : in love test, Hants, 325 Osa, Supreme Being, Nigeria, 397 Ostrich : in folk-tale, Hausas, 224 Otter : durracow, Clare, 450 ; in

folk-tales, Oregon, 398, Silesia,

248 Otterbourne : May song, 297 ;

Royal Oak Day, 298 ; St Thomas'

Day, 328 ; Whit Monday, 325 ;

witchcraft, 314 Ottery St Mary : folk-tale, 48-9 Oughtmama : wells, 210-3 Owl : unlucky to catch, Hants, 306 Ox, see Cattle Oxfordshire, see South Stoke ;

Woodcote ; Woodstock Oya, deity, Yoruba, 262

Paints : have baraka, Morocco,

134 Palestine, see Jerusalem Palmistry : Clare, 205 Palm nut : in divination, Yoruba,

261 ; in folk-tale, Hausas, 469 Palm oil : tabued, Yoruba, 262 Palm Sunday : hill wakes, Salop,

36 ; willow palms, Hants, 325 Palm wine : origin of, Bushongo,

42, 44-5 ; tabued, Yoruba, 262 Pamber : hunting rights, 295 ;

lord of manor, 295 ; woodlands,

295

Pan myths, 196

Panama, see Churiqui

Pancakes : in divination, Clare, 205

Panghai : ordeal, 234

Paniyans : worship of forest god- dess, 198

Panjab : (see also Balochis ; Jats ; Kangra ; Mianwali ; Pathans ; Rajputs) ; exhibits, 401 ; Some Matrimonial Problems of the Western Border of India, by A. J. O'Brien, 401, 426-48

Papuan Fairy Tales, by A. Ker, reviewed, 125-6

Parish Gleanings from Upton St Leonard's, Gloucestershire, by Miss M. Burne, 236-9

Parnkalla, 418