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INDEX

mukadam : littlc books containing portions

of the Quran, I. 430.

mukim: meaning and derivation of the term, I. 2, 80, 81 • mukim-administration, I. 80—87. M. Iheë: the th ree Mukims Keureukön, I. 123, 124.

mumandang: staring fixedly. — a sign of'

approaching death, I. 418.

mumanö -manö' kapay : name of a game, II. 195-

mumat jaröe: greeting by joining hands,

I.240.

mundam: a brazen drinking-vessel, I. 40, 425, 429.

mupadö': a kind of game of marbles,

II. 195.

mupakat: (decision by palaver) its constant

practice by Achehnese, I. 76, 77, 164 mupanta: to play pan ia. q, v.

mupayang: fishing in the open sea. I. 279. mupèh: to toss (in pitch and toss), II. 208. mupét-pét: a game, II. 194.

muphö: a lascivious dance performed after

a funeral, I. 424.

mupitéh: a banking-game, II. 209.

murad: ejplanatory paraphrasing of Arabic

text-books, II. 6, 7.

muréh: streaks of dawn on the horizon,

5 a. m., I. 200.

murib: a student, his lifc and training: II.

23-31musém: season: I. 258, 259.

music: instruments used, II. 257—259; the use of music in fulfilling vows, II. 259, 260; orchestras, II. 258, 260, 261, 265: dance-singing, II. 261—265. mutah-chirét: cholera, I. 415, II. 48. mysticism: orthodox mysticism, II. 9, 10: unorthodox mysticism: its nature. II. 10. II; its source and spread. II. 11. 12: its principal teachers, II. 13, 14; its orthodox opponent (Teungkti-di-kuala), 11. 14—20; works on mysticism, II. 179, 180. mystics: reverence for Abdul qa,lir Jilani, Ahmad Kija't, and other mystics, II. 165; respect for their spiritual successors, 1. 165; orders of mystifcs, I. 153, 165, 233; miracles performed by mystics, II. 249, 250; their frenzied actions, II. 250—257.

N.

naga: dragon. II. 132, 142, 148. 149.

nahu: Arabic grammar, II, 7, 32.

nalam: Achehnese imitation of Arabic poetry.

II. 77, 78, 183, 188, 189.

naleuëng awö: a viscous grass, II. 47. naleuëng sambö: a medicinal plant, I. 389. nang: the director of certain games, II. '94, 195-

nanggróë: country; territory; uleebalang-

ship, I. 88.

Naqshibandiyyah: a school of mysticism.

II. 18, 20, 222.

narcotics: their use, II. 52.

nasib: an Arabic love-poem, II. 77; verses recited at a ratéb in Achèh, II. 218. 219, 221.

navigation: I. 275, 276.

nawaïh: ricinus-plants, — us^d as temporary grave-marks, I. 427; they also produce a sort of castor-oil, II. 48, 52. Nawawi: author of the Menhbt (Minhaj), II. 9.

nchiën: = cunchicn.

nè': "grandfather", (of the Sultan), — title

of a powerful chief, I. 133.

necklaces: (srapi), I. 29.

nets: for fishing, I. 277; for holding pro-

visions, I. 40.

neuheun: a fresh-water fish-pond, I. 277. neuleuë: old and cracked vessel: I. 416. neumè: small presents, I. 385. Ni keubayan: II. 135, 148.

Nias: pcunJa/ig-tteatmenl said to have been imported from Nias, I. 20: Achehnese contempt for the Niasese, I. 21; Nias slaves, I. 19, 21, 22: beauty of Nias women, I. 21.

niët: the formula before an act of ritual, II. 229.

nisan: gravemarks, I. 427, 431. II. 59. nöbah : firing a shot to announce the opening of the fast, 1. 228.

nubuët: the eternal principle of crcation, II. 172.

Nur ul-Alam Nakiatódin : Sultana of Achèh,

A. I). 1675 to 1677: I. 90.

nurseries: for rice, I. 263, 264.

Nya' Amin: = Mat Amin.

Nya Him: Teungku i/i-Lam II. 27.

Nya' Mat: = Mat Amin.

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