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INDEX

beuténg: a disease of children, I. 386. bhaïh: divisions of a tale, II. 158 sqq. bhöm: family burial place, I 241, 404. biaya: maintenance money given to a wife. 1- 325-

bibeuëh : free owing allegiance to no special

chief; I. 122, II. 82.

Bidayah: name of a textbook 011 religious

doctrine, II. 4, 29.

biëng: crab, I. 256; prawn (?), II. 159. bijèh: seed: padi-seed, I. 261, 263;

poppy seed {b. apiun\ II. 57.

bila: blood-feud, I. 45. 47.

bileuë: a mosque official, I. 85.

bilon: a tcchnical term in a boy's game, II. 200.

bimaran: evil result of unfulfilled vows, I. 392-

bimba: a mosque-pulpit, I. 82.

bintang: stars; — list given I. 247.

biöh: dysentery, I. 415, II. 48.

birds: kept as pets, I. 39.

biréng: a large boil, II. 50.

Bitay: a place near Kutaraja, — name cx-

plained I. 209.

biula: violin, II. 265.

black art: (,hékeumat, sihé\ I. 414; (/<•„. nanbm,jhung), I. 414. Cf. also mcukulal, /angkay, ajeumat, rajah, and „magie", blang: network of ricc-fields, I. 258.

Blang Pangóë: a village, I. 316.

Blang Seureugöng: a haunted rice-field in

Pulö Rabö; II. 286.

blangan: a fruit, II. 50.

blangöng: cooking-pot, I. 40, 275.

bleuët: cocoanut-leaves, I. 36. blimbing-fruit: (boh slimeng\ I. 30. blinggè: a fruit (the wood-apple?) II. 48. blö': an evil spirit, I. 413.

blood-feuds: I. 45, 47.

boats: prahd, jalo, sampan), I. 278, 279. bóh : a fruit, a globular object; e. g. b. giri, an orange, I. 385; b. ité' jruë, saltcd duck's-eggs; b. jan/öng, plantain buds, II. 35 i kayèë, fruits generally, 1. 31; b. keu!■leukï, myrobalanc chcbula, II. 57\b. keuruit1 root pf cyperus 'tuberosus, II. 22; b. /v<7/,kemiri-nuts, II. 195 ; b. kruït,oranges,

I. 385, 388, 421; b. mayakani, gall-nuts,

II. 56: b. pa/a, nutmeg, II. 57; pan/a, a ball or marble, I. 315, II. 131 -b.pulit, wooden rings, II. 247, 248; b. puta talie,

fruit of helicterts isora, II. 56; b. rascutöng, bud of the rose of Jericho, II. 57; b. ru, an acorn shaped ornament, I. 27.

For the use ot the word to describe the balls or marbles used in children's games, see II. 195 sqq.

bóïh dapu: the removal of the oven after

44 days from childbirth; I. 388.

boils : ('rahö, bart!h, biréng), II. 50.

boring: of ears (tob glunyutng\ 1.259,395. bosses: (anténg), I. 308.

bot: to draw (teeth), II. 45.

boundaries: of Achèh, 1. 1 ; of land (<■«?),

II. 196, 197, 199.

bracelets: (gleuëng jaibë), I. 29; chainbracelets (ta/bë jaroë), I. 29; bridal bracelets (gleuëng, puntu, ikay, sangga, stnvè' and pucfw'), I. 308.

branda seumah: a platform used at a Sul-

tan's installation, I. 139.

brandang: a rice-store, I. 272.

breuëh: husked rice, I. 272.

"bringing home meat": an Achèhnese

custom, I. 237, II. 120.

bruë': sounding-board of a native violin, II. 260.

bruë' pulèt: = boh pul et, q. v.

bu: cooked rice, I. 22, 30; a technical term in games, II. 193, 194. 11. kuny'et: rice coloured with turmeric, I. 31. B. lei/kat: glutinous rice, I. 31, 32, 46, 78. bubèë: a fish-trap, 1. 276. li. la'öt: id., I. 279. budo: leprosy, II. 51.

buë: the common ape, II. 207.

buëng: swamps, I. 24; swamp rice-fields, I. 258.

buffaloes: used for ploughing, I. 261, 262; leaders of the herd, I. 265; their hous'nSi I- 37; not used for sacrifice, I. 243; used for fights, II. 209.

Bugis: the Bugis element in Achèh, 1. 19, 48. Bukhari: the author of a maulid', I. 212. buleuën: inonth, moon. B.apuy. Muharram, I. 206. ƒ?. leumah : the first of the next lunar month, I. 202.

buliadari: a heavenly nymph, II. 137, 175. bull-fights: II. 209, 210.

"bulleth-oaths": II. 94, 95.

bulöh meurindu: a magical musical instrument, II. 145, 147.

bungköih: a folded kerchief used as a 1- 3°9- ranub\ a sirih-bag, I.