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INDEX

dangdang meuntah: money given (in lieu of rice) by a woman to her pregnant daughter-in-law, I. 372.

dara: "marriageable", — a stage of rice-

growth, I. 267.

darah : blood; see peusijue dareh: a thorny tree, 1. 36.

daruët: a fighting cricket, II. 211, 215. dato': "grandfather, ancestor", — a euphe-

mism when speaking of tigers, II. 45. day: of the week, 1. 195; of the month, 1. 202; divisions of the day, I. 199—202. déah: a chapel: I. 63, 64, 219.

death: death-struggle, I. 418; exhortations to the dying, I. 418—419; notifications of death», I. 433. See also "disposal of the dead".

debt: how recovered, I. 115, 116.

debtors: liable to a form of slavery, I. 93, 115; thcir right to a share in religious tithes, I. 269, 270.

dèëlat: an expression of homage, I. 120. Der Kinderen: his work in Achèh, I. 11 — 15-

descent: traced thiough women, I. 44;

but also, for tribal reasons, through men;

I. 44, 45-

deumam: fever, I. 415, II. 48.

deut: name of a fish, II. 72.

dialogues: exnmples of sadati dialogues,

II. 234 sqq.

diairhaea: II. 48.

dibbling: (/ajö\ teumajöh), I. 266.

diët: pricc of blood, I. 47, 55, 56, 102, 104. dieting: medicinal dieting, II. 54.

dina: fornication, adultery, I. 110—114. diseases: goitre, I 412; nightmare, I. 412; cholera, I. 415, II. 48; small-pox, I. 416—418, II. 47—48; fever, I. 415, II. 48; dysentery, 1. 415, II. 48; inguinal hernia and hydrocele, I. 415, II. 51; gonorrhcea I. 415, II. 52; skin-diseases, I. 415; diseases of children (beuling, pungo buy, and saké/ dro'é), 1. 386; diseases due to spirit-possession, I. 410, 411; eruptions and ulcers, II 50, 51; conjunctivitis, II. 47; beri-beri, II. 51; leprosy, II. 51; elephantiasis, II. 515 tootache, II. 52; hiccough and headache, II. 49; poisonous bites, II. 49: pains in the joints, II. 52; siawan II. 53; samP°"£i II- 48: 49-

dishes: (large) I. 40; (small) I. 40: chafing-

dishes, I. 41.

disposal of the dead: washing the body, 1. 419—421; shrouding, I. 421; coffining, I, 422; the procession to the tomb, I. 423, 425; the funeral service, I. 423, 424; the entombment, I. 426, 427; visits of condolence, I. 424: prayers for or to the dead, I. 427—430; tombstones, I. I. 430—432.

district: see "divisions (of territory)". divination: II. 39—41.

divisions: (a.) of an Achchnese dwelling, 1. 38—42; (b.) of the population, I. 45 — 59: (c.) of territory, I. .58—89; (d.) of time, viz. the Mohammedan lunar calendar, I. '94i '95 5 cycles of lunar years, I. 197; solar divisions, the year and seasons, 1. 245—258; days of the week, I. 195; divisions of a day, 1. 199—202.

divorce: laws and customs regulating divorce, I. 367—370; the pasah and talak divorce, I. 367—369; the khulc divorce, I. 370; the right of recall (/ayV), 1. 369; the iddnh, I. 370.

doctrine: orthodox character of the religious doctrine taught, II. 281.

dogma: its study, II. 9.

Dökarim: author of the Hikayat Prang

Gömpeuni, II. 100—103.

dolls: II. 192.

dö'ma: a big gold button, I. 25.

domestic life: sec "life".

dong: see ranub dong and peutoé dong. Dóy hijah : the month Iht'l-hijjah. I. 195. Döy ka'idah: the month Dii t-qa'dah,

I. 195.

drang: name of a bush, I. 57.

dreams: their interpretation, II. 42, 43.

dress: see "apparel".

dressing food : (meu'idang), I. 31.

dressing hair : see sanggöy.

drinking-vessels: I. 40.

druggists: ('ureuéng meukat aweuch\ 11,46.

drugs: see "medicaments".

drums: big mosque drum (/««/>«), I, 62,

II. 258; smaller drums, see rapa'i or rapana, gcundrang, peungana', and gcudumtnl'.

du'a: prayer. IK kubu \ the funeral prayer, 1. 428. D. beusb'è'. a formula to secure invulnerability, II. 38.

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