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Index.

Transformed substances, (stones

into peas, etc.) 379 Voyage and return tales, 293 ; Voyage in search of unknown

queen, 299 Winning of bride against father's

wish, 303 _ Winning princess unknown to adventurer at outset, {a) as accidental to search for other things, 298 ; (/5) as sole object of expedition, 299, 300, 302 Youngest son's adventures, 293 Folktale themes, difficulty of deciding on identity or resemblance of com- mon plots, 294 Folktale, A, from Kumaon, by Pandit

Bhagwan Das Sarma, 181 Food, folklore of, Irish, 15, Scotch,

Fool of Oxfordshire festivals, see Clow'n, Squire

Football in Scotland, days and places for, 74

  • Forego,' a portent, 213, 217

' Forest Feathers,' of Oxfordshire festivals, 314

Forest rights, of Oxfordshire places, see Whit -hunt.

Formulae for god-compulsion, ^(.mv tti'oymi, 339,

Fornaldar Sogur (Rafn), quoted, on Hjalmter, 304

Four Yorkshire Folktales, by S. O. Addy, 393

Fox-tongue poultice, as cure for thorn in finger, 387

' Foxy's fire,' 235

France, folklore of, (^see Arc, Joan of), fairies, 35, charms, 98, rope- makers in Brittany, 160, ' soule,' ball-game in Brittany, 175, dracs, 237, romance of Durmart le Gallois, 296, Basque belief in three witch- waves, 339, devil-imprisonment tales. 348, blasons in Franche- Comte, 364, the Arthur tales in Brittany, 365,

Frazer, (James G.), on trees wither- ing when overlooked by hungry owner, 11, Plough Monday, 1S4

Freya, parallel, in Bride, 291, and Gerd, compared with Tochmarc Emer, etc., 301

Friday, last in the year, as marriage- day in Scotland, 92

Fro, German idol, carried about, 337

Furies, the, 275

Fursa, and the Dragon, 236

Gaelic romance in relation to Ice- landic and Dutch, 306

(james, ball-playing, [sec Ball mid Football), Cornish Hurling, 73, ball-playing on Ascension Day, 175, on Christmas Day, 73, 74. on Corpus Christi, 175, at Easter 73, 175, on New Year's Day, 74, on St. Crispin's Day, 75, 173, on Shrove Tuesday, 72, 175, on Fastern's e'en, 74. on Sunday, 72, 73, on Quinquagesima Monday, 73, Cabsow, 73, Hood game 72- 173, She Kyles, or Ninepins, 74, ^ Soule, 175

Ganas, 328

Garigadevara, Canarese pot-goddess, 352

Garland, Mayday, in Oxfordshire,

308. Gayatri, the most sacred Mantra,

330 Gelert, the faithful hound, parallel

tale, 116 Germany, folklore of, {see Silesia) Bar-

barossa's sleep, 197, fairy lore akin

to Irish, 45, idols carried about in,

337, Rapunzel tale, 299, Passion

Play, the, 370, 372 Getae, menace their gods, 339 Ghanta-karan, Dravidian jar-god,

353

Ghazi Miyan, procession of, in North India, 337

Ghost Lights of the West Highlands, by R. C. Maclagan, 203

Ghost Lights, as death portents. 205, 207, 220 (and see below\ possible origin, 206, 209, associated with bridges, 209, 216, foretell drown- ing, shipwreck, etc., 211-216, 3S2. 383, 3S5, associated with the devil. 218, portend loss of power in parts of the body, 219

Ghosts, offerings to, 264, boggards, 377, Indian, exorcism of, 331, with and without shrines, 331, dwellings for, 334, laying of, and imprisonment, 347, 353

Giant Wade and his wife, 279

Giant, hired against Orendel 292, helpers in \Vhite-bearded Scolog, 29S, riddles asked by, 302, Yspadd- aden Pencawr, 303