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INDEX

nyab: a large purse-net, I. 27 nyaréng: a net, I. 277.

O.

oaths: II. 94, 95, 302, 303.

officials: see "authorities".

oil-jars: I. 39.

Olehleh: (6'/tv Lhenc) 1. 283, 2S4.

omens: II. 46.

ön : leaf. O. arön: leaves of bockia frittescens, II. 56. O. muröng: /(v/oz-leaves, II. 35- taröm: indigo-Ieaf used for dyeing, II. 64. O. trusöng: dry plantain-leaf, I. 266. opium: opium-smoking, 1. 32, 33, 229; opium-smokers excluded from the throne, '• 33; opium-sheds, I. 32; opium-pipes,

I. 32; prepared opium (chandu), I. 32; opium mixed with tobacco, I. 33; opiumsmoking in the fasting-munth, I. 229; uses of opium, II. 53.

orchestras: the hareubab orchestra, II. 260, 261; the sulêng band, II. 258; the geundrang band, II. 260; the violin orchestra,

II. 265.

ordeals: I. 109, 110.

Orion: I. 246, 247.

outfit: see sennalén.

oven: the use of an oven after childbirth, I. 264.

P.

pa' ikö: a yellow bird, I. 316.

Pa' Pandé: an Achehnese Eulenspiegel, II. 71—73-

pachih : a game of Indian origin, 11. 201—203. padang: unreclaimed land, I. 228. P. machh,v. the plain of the resurrection, I. 243. J'. Tiji: a village, I. 149, II. 92.

padé: rice in the husk or growing rice, I. 263. Puphin p.\ the inauguration of the rice, I. 264.

padiah : penalty or fine for neglected prayers,

I- 435—438padit: "how little", II. 45.

padum: "how much", II. 45. /'. urne inlenen'. what day of the month is it: 1. 202.

paiderasty: II. 31S.

pagalo: ceremonial rice sent to a bride's

house before a wedding, II. 266. Pagarayé: name of a mukim, I. 125, II. 107. pageuë: fence, I. 35, 36.

Pahang: its relations with Achèh, II. 81. paja: early dawn, I. 200.

palmistry: II. 40.

pancakes: (tumfoë), 1. 31.

Pancha: a frontier-place in Achèh, I. 1. Pandé: a village near KutarajaJ I. 24. pang: a minor dignitary, I. 93.

pangkay: director or foreman of a sadati

troupe, II. 221.

panglima: a title given:

(a.) (/. sagi) to territorial chiefs of great importance, I. 91;

(b.) to non-territorial chiefs of clans (/• kawdm), I. 93;

(c.) to executive oflicers (/>. prang), I- 93;

(d.) to the head fisherman of a bay; I. 283.

panglima sagi: powers of the three panglimas, I. 130: power and title of Panglima Pelim, I. 132; history and present position of the family, I. 133—135; other great panglimas, 1. 133—138; their precedence, 1. 140: the Panglima Afeuseugit rara: II. 113, 114: action of Panglima Pblém in the war. II. 105.

Panglima Tibang: his history, II. 103, 104. pangulèë: a title used when addressing

Sayyids, I. 155.

panjöë: kapuk. I. 266.

pans: I. 40.

panta : a sort of marble used in a popular game, I. 315, II. 131, 133; the gaine described, II. 196.

pantang: taboos: members of the tribe Tff' Sandang forbidden to eat the fish alu-alu or the fiesh of the white bufïalo, I. 51, marketing forbidden in the first week of the fasting month, I. 236; agricultural work forbidden on Kridays, I. 261 ; pantang-rules observed by fishermen, I. 281, 284: by hunters, I. 281; by women in pregnancy (I. 372, 373) and after childbirth (I. 375); by boys after circumcision, I. 400; by sufterers from smallpox; I. 417; by seekers after invulnerability, II. 35; by people generally, II. 44 ; by speakers, 11. 44. 45.

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