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INDEX

sores: see "ulcers".

Southern Cross: I. 267.

spears: I. 27.

spirits: (1.) alcoholic spirits, T. 33;

(11.) evil spirits i jèn): the hantu buru, I. 327; the buröng, I. 376—388: the

or b.de, I. 409; the geunteut, I. 410: the rambaluy, I. 410, 411; the buröng punjdt., 1. 4,2: the v

"'''"A'i I- 412: the jen apuy, I. 412, 413; and the WV, I. 413. Cf! also Pb' Xi.

I. 416;

(lil.) tutelary spirits, the praja, II. 43; (iv.) belief in spirits, II. 282 sqq.

srah ulèë: the washing of a child's head

at a krama/, I. 390, 393.

sramöë: verandah, I. 35, 39, 40.

sranta: proclamation by herald, I. 226 24?

II. 265.

srapi: a nccklace, I. 29.

sréng: lime, II. 47.

sreuë: citronella grass, I. 30, 31.

sri: drawn — of a cockfight, II. 214.

sriphië: a tree-name, II. 260.

Sriweuë: a village, — a local centre of

learning, II. 26.

sriweuën: fowl-run, I. 37.

sröh : yielding blossom but no juice of

sugar-cane, I. 273.

srunè: a clarionet, II. 259, 260, 266. stairs: see "steps".

stalls: I. 37.

stars: their Achehnese names, I. 247. 24S.

steps: house-steps, I. 38.

stone-cutters: II. 59.

stories: see "literature".

story telling: II. 268.

students: II. 23—32.

studies: see "instruction".

suasa: an amalgam of gold and copper, I.

29, II. 152, 256.

subang: earring, 1. 29, 431.

subóh: early morning, I. 200.

sugar: (saka), 1. 273, 274.

sugar-cane: I. 255, 260, 266, 273.

sugöë: a method of cleaning the teeth, 1. 219. sukèë: tribe, 1. 44—59.

sukaleuët: broad-cloth, I. 25.

sukreuët: the death-struggle, 1. 418.

suléng: a llute, II. 258—260, 266.

suloïh yang akhé: the last third of the night, I. 200.

Sultans: their early policy, I. 5—9; their real weakness, I. 6, 7; their encouragement of religious teachers, I. 7; their position in recent times, I. 120; their ïeal domain, I. 120, 121; their power over crown lands (wakeueh), I. 120— 125; their eflforts to increase their personal importance, 1. 125, 1265 their court-dignitaries, I, 126. 127; their "sevcn prerogatives", I. 128; other functions and rights, I. 128: the issue of letters patent, I. 129—132; selection and installation of a new Sultan,

I. 138—140, II. 332—337; qualifications of a Sultan according to religious law.

"• 329. 33°.

sunat: [Arab. sunriah\ commendable but

not obligatory, II. 272.

sunnah : the lesson of the I'rophet's example

II. 8.

sunténg: ceremonial smearing behind the

ear, I. 46.

sunti halia: ginger, II. 56.

superstitions: in rice-planting. I. 272;about the 8th day after marriage, I. 326, 327; about pregnaney, I. 372, 373, and ehildbirth, I. 374: about house-building, I. 43* 44 : about taboos, see pan tang; about invulnerability, II. 34—38; about weapons, II- 3^i 39 i about clairvoyance and second sight, II. 39, 40; regarding omens, II. 40—42; about dreams, II. 42, 43; about rainmaking, II. 283—285; about eclipses, II. 285, 286; about sacred trees; II. 286 288.

sura': plaudits, I. 79, II. 214. 266.

surat taleuë': a certificate of full divorce,

I. 369-

swamps: I. 258. 264.

sweetmeats: I. 31.

swellings: how treated, II. 52.

swords: I. 27, 93.

T.

taboos : sec pantang.

ta'bi: the interpretation of dreams, II. 42, 43, 44-

tabu duë': a method of sowing, 1. 261. tabut: the symbolical cofiin of the Kerbela

martyrs, I. 205.

ta'eun : cholera, I. 415, II. 48.

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