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Index.

Wilts : {see also Fyfield ; Stone- henge ; Stourton ; Whaddon) ; folk-song, 327 ; May customs,

297. 303 Wince, H. J. : Manipuri Proverbs,

473-5 Winchester : church site changed, 311; St Swithun, 326; stocks,

324

Winds : (see also East wind) ; demons, Silesia, 248 ; tunnel for, China, 265

Wingate, Mrs. J. S. : Armenian Folk-Tales, 77-80, 351-61, 476-84

Wiraijuri tribe : Daramulun, 421

Wishing : Clare, 53-4 ; Hants, 308

Witchcraft : {see also Charms and spells ; Magic : Witches ; Wiz- ards) ; Frangais L'Eglise et la Sorcellerie reviewed, 509-10 ; in folk-tales, Papuans, 126, Nigeria, 397; Hants, 314-5

Witches : amulets against, Devon, 3 ; Wales, 512 ; white, Clare, 205

Wizards : Assam, 268 ; name, Ban- tu, 252 ; Wales, 512

Woden : earthwork, Hants, 319

Wolf : names, Ireland, 450

Wolstanton : church dedication, 39

Women : (see also Amazons ; Birth customs and beliefs ; Catamenia ; Girls ; Marriage customs and be- liefs ; Mother-right ; Witches) ; city of, in folk-tale, Hausas, 60- I ; deities special to them, Ni- geria, 397 ; food tabu, Papuans, 126

Wood : cut under rising moon, Glos., 238 ; touched, Clare, 203-4

Woodcock : sucks ground, Hants, 306

Woodcot : giant, 310

Woodcote : burying-way, 39 ; church dedication, 39

Woodpecker : foretells rain, Glos., 238

Wood-pigeon : in folk-tale, Hausas, 226-7

Woods, see Trees in folklore

Woodseaves : ghost, 22-3

Woodstock : bowery, 296

Woolmer Forest : St Barnabas' feast, 296

" Worm " in human beings, cure for, Clare, 455

" Worms," meaning of, Clare, 454

Wound : charm against, Clare, 456

Wren : hunting, 178-9 n, Clare, 206-7 (plate), Pembrokeshire,

399. 513

Wright, A. R. : exhibits by, 130, 273 ; Chinese Tree-worship and Trial by Ordeal, 233-4 iplo-te) ; reviews by, — Weeks' Congo Life and Folklore, 517-9 ; Macgowan's Chinese Folk-Lore Tales and Chinese Folk-Lore, 263, 265 ; FF Communications, 529 ; John- ston's Lion and Dragon in Northern China, 263-5

Writing : personal duty, Morocco, 143 ; picture, E. Africa, 254

Wynad, by C. Gopalan Nair, re- viewed, 524-6

Yakuts : marriage customs, 366 Yam : in proverb, Manipur, 474 ;

tabued, Yoruba, 262 Yam plant : leaf in recovery of field

spirit, India, 230-1 Yana : folk-tale, 398 Yao : offerings at foot of tree, 255 Yeast : at sacrifice, Morocco, 142 ;

protects against jniln, Morocco,

149 Yellow and Dark-Skinned People

of Africa South of the Zambesi,

The, by G. M. Theal, reviewed,

117-23 Yew-tree : in funeral rites, 19 ;

sprays as amulets, Salop, 36 ; in

tradition, Hants, 308 ; wishing

seats, Clare, 54 Yorkshire, see Bolton-in-Craven ;

Flamborough ; Grenoside ; Kirk-

by Malzeard ; West Witton ;

Whitby Yoruba : Dennett's Nigerian

Studies reviewed, 261-3 ! Olorun,

421 ; sacrifices, 421 Yuin : All Father, 415 Yule, see Christmastide Yung Ping Fu : tree worship, 233-4

Zakha Khels : marriage customs,

446-7 Zanguezour : folk-tale, 191 Zaubergaben, Die, by A. Aarne,

reviewed, 242-4 Zelophehad's daughters, story of,

435-6 Zeus : cult titles, 280 ; marriage of,

229 Zkara : masquerade, 177

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