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INDEX

27. />. bitra'; a kerchief worn by women and sadati-players, II. 232.

bungöng: fiower-natural, I. 241, 309, 416, artificial (J>. sunténg), I. 309* ^• baruë/i: the (medicinally used) leaf of a wild mangosteen, II. 57. B. kambuë: a simple, II. 57. B. la-wang: cloves, II. 56. B. lawang kling', sced-pods of anise, II. 56. b. tabu: "strewn flowers", — a weaver's pattern, II. 63.

bura': a legendary pegasus, II. 126. burial: see "disposal of the dead". buröng: an evil spirit afllicting women in childbed, I. 376—382; precautions against 'li I- 376, 377; its legendary origin, I. 378, 379; stories about them, I. 378— 382; the buröng punjdt, I. 412.

buröt: inguinal hernia, and hydrocele, I.

415, II- 5'buy: pig. B. tunggay. a lone boar, — see "• 37-

buya: crocodile; II. 302.

C.

cakes: see apam, kcutan and jeumpkan. calendar: see "divisions (of time)." cannon: announcing close of fast, I. 237, 238; cannon-casting at Bitay, I. 244; legend of the cannon lada si-chupa\ I, 208, 209.

caps: (ktipiah), I. 26, 27.

carpets: I. 39.

cards: I. 210.

carving: (in wood, liorn or metal), II. 65. casting-nets: (jeiië), I. 277, 278, 279. castor-oil: II. 48.

cattle sales: I. 288, 289.

cattle-stalls: I. 37.

ceiling-cloths: (lire dilanget), I. 41.

chab: seal. ch. limong: "the five foldseal"; the hand as the symbol of real possession,

I. 132. ih. sikureuëng: the ninefold seal of the Sultans; I. 130, 131, II. 104.

Cha'ban : the month Shacban, I. 195. chafing-dishes : (kran) I. 41.

cha'ië: a spider, II. 49.

chains: ornamental (ta/oë kPiëng), I. 30. chakrum: the refrain in a sada/i dialogue,

II. 244.

chamchuruïh: lepidium satirum, II. 57.

champli: chillies; I. 30, II. 56.

chanang: a sort of gong, II. 259. chapéng: the bridge of a violin, II. 260. charapha anam : name of a manlid, I. 212. i character: (of the Achehnese) their indolence, I. 21; their slovenliness, I. 42; their fondness for mupakat, I. 76; their parsimony, I. 29: their arrogance, I. 168; their jealousy of non-Muhammadan authorities, I. 13; their character as Muhammadans, see "islam"; their morals, II. 318, 319. Ditferences in character between highlanders and lowlanders, I. 33, 34. charms: writtcn on paper ajeumat), I. 266, 11. 46, 169, 212; spoken formulx (tangkay), I. 266; love-charms (peugaséh), II. 46; charms to scll goods at a profit (petdarch), II. 46; the process of engendering magie (rajah\ I. 414. See also "black art", "magie", "talismans", charuëh: a name givcn to beri-beri, II. 51. chatö: a sort of draughts, II. 200.

chawat: a wrapper worn by a woman after

her confinement; I. 382.

Chaway: the month Shawwal, 1. 195. ché'bré: a tree, II. 44, 228.

Chèh: "Shaikh"; a name also given to

the licad of a sadati troupc, II. 221. Chèh Abdö'ra'öh: = Tcungku di-Kuala, I. 90.

Cheh Marahaban: a saintly scholar of Pidië (Pedir), I. 101, 187, II. 27, 28; his writings, II. 186, 187.

chèh ranub si-gapu: the time it takes to chew a quid of sirih, — a primitive measure of time, I. 201.

Chèh Saman: = Tcungku Tirb. chémpala: a fighting-bird, II. 211, 215. chests : (ptutbë), I. 40, 41.

Chetties: their early trade in Achèh, I. 17. ! cheukië': execution by strangling and drowning combined; I. 109.

cheukö: a medicinal plant, I. 386, II. 49, 58. cheuleupa: a small tobacco box, I. 42. cheumara: a native chignon, II. 79. | cheumeuchéb: the (ominous) screaming of a kite, II. 42.

cheuneuruët: a gelatinous dish, 1. 31, 397. cheunichah: a compost of pounded fruit,

I. 21, 30, II. 49.

chiefs: see "authorities".

chignons : sanggöy^ I. 28; (cheumara), II. 79.