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INDEX

hatam: recitation of the Quran in chorus.

I. 284.

hatib: a mosque official, I. 85.

haunted trees: I. 410, 412.

head-dress: caps, I. 26, 27; kerchiefs, I. 27, 28.

hékeumat: powers of wilhcraft, I. 414. henna (gacha), I. 303.

herbs: (medicinal), II. 55—58.

hernia: I. 415, II. 51.

hibat: gifts for religious purposes, II. 321. hiëm: riddles, II. 67.

highland: (tunöng) I. 24, 25, 45. highlanders: I. 24, 25; their dress, I. 25— 30; their food, I. 30—32; their fanaticism, I. 33.

hikayat: its characteristics, II. 77; the hikayat ruhc, II. 78—80; the romantic poetic hikayat, II. 121; lts character, II. 121; its connection with Malay, II. 121, 122; its Indian origin, II. 122, 123; native belief in its historical accuracy,

II. 123, 124; its locale, II. 124, Achehnese classification of poems, II. 124. Kor list and names of hikayats see "I.iterature."

himbèë: a species of ape, II. 143.

Hindus: their traders in Achèh, II. 17. hinggu: asafoetida, I. 386, II. 56.

hisab: calculation of the commencement of

the lunar month, I. 196.

history: lack of data for early history, I. 16; early history of the kawam, I. 48 sqq.; of the ulèebalangships, 1. 90, 91; of offices such as that of the K'ali malikon adé, I. 97—100; history of the Sultanate at the outbreak of the war, I. 145—151 ? °f 'he religious forces in Achèh, I. 153—158; of the Ilabib, I. 158—164, 173; of other leaders, I. 173— 187; history of Mohammedanism, v. Islam. Sources of history: the sarakata: I. 4, 5,9; existing institutions when studied, I- 15, 16.

Hok Canton: a trading ship seized by

the Achehnese, II. 113, 114.

horses: their treatment, I. 37.

house: see adwelling". Its component parts: I- 38—44: its moveable nature, 1. 42; its instability, I. 42, 43; its erection, I. 43i 44-

house-platforms: (para), I. 42.

huköm: religious law; its conflict with

adat, I. 14; the native view that it is supplementary to adat, I. 14.

hydrocele: (.burdt), I. 415, II. 51.

I.

Ibrahim Manso Shah : Sultan, A. I). 1S58— '87o; I. 33, 135, 190-

icha: evening prayer, evening; I. 200. idang: a dish ready for serving up, 1. 211, 321.

iddah: a period during which a widow or divorcée may not marry, I. 368, II. 274. ië: water. /. asam (tamarind juice): a lotion for small-pox, II. 47. /. babah mirah'. sirih-slaver (used medicinally), II. 50. I. jo1: aren vinegar, I. 39. /. kruët'. liniejuice, II. 284. I. mata dtiydn: "duyong's tcars", a fabulous specific, II. 53. Ië Leubeuë: a village-centre of student

life, II. 26.

igeuë: a fine bamboo used in flute-making, II. 258.

ija: (gencrieally) scarf. I. bajlr'. clolhring: '• 43.5- '■ pcukring: a towel, 1, 74, 428. I.pinggartg: a waist-band, I. 2$. [.planggi'. a cereinonial scarf, I. 392, II. 40. /. sawa?'. a shoulder-cloth. I. 28. /. simp/a': a bride's scarf, I. 308. /. tob 11 fee: a headcloth, I. 28.

ijmac: the general consensus of Islam, II. 8. ikay : a bracelet, I. 308.

imeum: history of the office, once religious (I. 82), now secular and hereditary (I. 84, 85); the mosque-/w<7/w and his duties, I. 85: powers of the territorial imeum, I. 86, 87.

Imeum of Luëng Bata: a tighting-chief, I.

173-> «74i II. 105, 107, 108.

Imeum peuët: name of a tribe, I. 49, 51, 57. incantations: II. 46.

Indrapuri: a village, II. til.

industrial art: stone-cutting, II. 59: architecture, II. 59—63; weaving, II. 63, 64: gold and silver work, II. 65; carving and pottery, II. 65.

industries: agriculture, I. 258—275 ; fishing,

I. 275—284.

infidels: hostility of Moslems to infidels, I. 167; Achehnese views on the subject, I. 168—171, 175.

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