Volume 35 1926 > Index to Vol. 35, p 355-374
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- 355 INDEX TO VOL. 35.
  • accuracy in Maori teaching, 186.
  • adaro, of San Cristoval, 60, 61.
  • adaro ni matawa, malevolent spirit, 60.
  • address, forms of; Maori: welcoming a visitor, 81, 90; to person of high rank, 76. See also greeting, terms of.
  • afagu, a tattoo-pattern, 3.
  • Agauri, the Spanish attempt at Owa-riki, 5.
  • agofere, incised tattooed pattern rubbed with leaf of, 2.
  • agriculture, Maori, by E. Best; review, 254; methods of, 262.
  • aguru, sap used for thinning tattooing paste, 1.
  • āha, new word, 44.
  • ahao, unrecorded word, 156.
  • ahi, combinations of in sacerdotal terms, 154.
  • ahiahi, ata, unrecorded word, 158.
  • aho, as verb, 242.
  • aho ponapona, new word, 44.
  • ahorangi, unrecorded word, 158.
  • Aho-turuturu, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • ahowai, unrecorded word, 157.
  • aho waitau, new meaning, 242.
  • Ahu. See Ahuahu, Oahu.
  • ahu, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Ahuahu (or Ahu), course to New Zealand from, 190.
  • Ahuahu-mataora, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • ahumairangi, unrecorded word, 156.
  • ahunga. See exhumation.
  • ahurangi, unrecorded word, 157.
  • ahurewa, place of rites, 215.
  • Ahuriri, place in story of Mahu, 89.
  • Ahuru. See apa whatu a Te Ahuru.
  • ahuru mowai, unrecorded word, 156.
  • aia, new word, 43.
  • Aitupawa, in rites of Kuiwai, 213.
  • akaaka, new word, 43, 157.
  • Akaaka-nui, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • akaaka rangi, akaaka whenua, new words, 43.
  • aka pitau, unrecorded word, 157.
  • akihono, new word, 44.
  • Ala-i-Kahiki, Ke, point of departure for Tahiti, 192.
  • albinos, of Tuhoeland, 161.
  • Alexander, sailing directions, Hawaii to Tahiti, 190-2.
  • Ambrym, pig-killing club from, 237.
  • American Anthropological Association, exchange with, 178.
  • American Indians, clothing, 124.
  • amio, new word, 43.
  • amoamo, unrecorded word, 157.
  • amoamohanga, ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • amoko, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Amonga; Amonga tapu, an offering, 239.
  • amorangi, new word, 44, 157.
  • ‘ananu’u, in Marquesan oracle-house, 49.
  • Andersen, J.C., editor of Polynesian Journal for 1926, 178.
  • Anderson, W., phallic stone, 237.
  • Andrews, L., Hawaiian dictionary, review, 248.
  • anewa, unrecorded word, 156.
  • angi, new word, 43.
  • aniwaniwa, new meaning, 44.
  • Anu-waiho, Te, in karakia over sick man, 9.
  • aobonna, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • Ao-hore, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
  • Aomania, in general., 316.
  • Ao marama, this world, 239.
  • Aomarau and fishing up of San Cristoval, 60.
  • Aonui, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • Ao-nui, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
  • Ao-parauri, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
  • aopori, new word, 44.
  • Ao-pouri, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
  • Ao-roa, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
  • Aotahi, new word, 43.
  • Ao taruaitu, primeval light-glimmer, 239.
  • Ao-tauhinga, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
  • “Aotea,” traditions of, 196.
  • Aotea e takoto nei.…greeting to dead, 18.
  • Aotearoa, meanings given by Lambert, 159.
  • Ao-tu, a cloud name, 239.
  • Ao-tutumaiao, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
  • Ao-whetuma, a cloud name (see Ao-tu), 239.
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  • apa, new meaning, 242.
  • Apaapa-a-rangi, house of Uenuku, 212.
  • Apa whatu a Te Ahuru, heavenly bodies, 239.
  • api, new word, 44.
  • Apohau, in story of Mahu, 78.
  • Aputahi-a-Pawa, Te, a wind, 74.
  • ara, new meaning, 243.
  • Arai-o-Turanga, Te, in story of Te Huhuti, 32.
  • Arai-te-uru canoe and kumara, 202.
  • ara matua, the sun-glade, or ecliptic (see Ara whanui a Tane), 240.
  • ara matua, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Arama Whainu, adept at exhumation ceremony, 20.
  • ara namunamu, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Ara tauwhaiti, term for canoe, 239.
  • Aratawhao, obtaining of kumara, 202.
  • Ara-tiatia, spirit path, 240.
  • Aratipi, place in story of Mahu, 93.
  • “Arawa,” cause of migration to New Zealand, 199-200.
  • Ara whanui a Tane, way to underworld, 240.
  • arawhata. See unuhanga arawhata.
  • Archey, G., carved stone figure, 150.
  • areare, unrecorded word, 157.
  • ari, unrecorded word, 156.
  • ariā, of god seen by human medium, 204.
  • ariki tauaroa, new word, 43.
  • ark of the covenant, 53.
  • Aroa, in story of Mahu, 89.
  • aroaro waimate, unrecorded word, 156.
  • arohea, new meaning, 242.
  • aronui, unrecorded word, 156.
  • aropa, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Aropawa, in song, 188.
  • Arosi, peopling of San Cristoval, 59.
  • Arowhata, home of Mangaia, 212, 213; in karakia, 220.
  • artifact from swamp (illus. at p. 70), further details, 260.
  • artifacts, excavated Indochina, 176.
  • artifacts of unknown use, slotted stones, and egg-shaped stone, 175, figs. 1 and 3; slotted carved piece of wood, 351.
  • Artocarpus incisa. See kuru.
  • Assam, astronomical beliefs, 71.
  • astronomical beliefs, Assam, 71.
  • astronomy, in Maori myth. See Ara whanui a Tane, 240.
  • ata, unrecorded word, 156.
  • ata ahiahi, unrecorded word, 158.
  • ataata raunui, new meaning, 242.
  • atahu rite, magic, 315, 322.
  • atamiratia, public exhibition of corpse, 11.
  • atarau, unrecorded word, 157.
  • atāwai (ata a wai), unrecorded word, 157.
  • ate, unrecorded word, 156.
  • ate mango, new word, 44.
  • atihine, new word, 44, 156.
  • Atinuku, wife of Mahu, 78.
  • atiu, unrecorded word, 157.
  • ātō, unrecorded word, 156.
  • atua, derivation discussed by Fox, 61; guardian of burial-caves, 13; symbols of a. buried in path of enemy, 86, 94; temporary abiding-places of a., 211.
  • atua toro, messenger-spirit, 204.
  • atutahi, atutai, new words, 43.
  • au, new meaning, 245. See also whakaau.
  • aua, unrecorded word, 157.
  • Auahi-turoa, comets personified, 241.
  • auika, unrecorded word, 157.
  • aukaka, new word, 43.
  • au kume, unrecorded word, 157.
  • aumahora, new word, 44.
  • aumanga, new word, 44.
  • aumarie, unrecorded word, 157.
  • aumihi, unrecorded word, 157.
  • au miro, a painting design, 242.
  • aunga, significance of word, 61.
  • aungawari, new word, 44.
  • aunguha, new word, 44.
  • aupaki, new word, 44.
  • aupounamu, unrecorded word, 158.
  • auroki, new word, 44.
  • Au-roki, Te, in karakia, 9.
  • aurumoana, unrecorded word, 157.
  • Australian and S. American aboriginals, connection, 63, 65.
  • aute, in New Zealand, 184; used for clothing, 131, 132.
  • auwai, unrecorded word, 157.
  • auwehi, new word, 44.
  • auwhekaro, new word, 44.
  • Avery, Thos., obituary, 337.
  • awa, unrecorded word, 157.
  • awai, new word, 44.
  • Awa-i-taia, a wizard, 92.
  • awanga, unrecorded word, 157.
  • awanui, unrecorded word, 157.
  • Awanui-a-rangi, in general., 74.
  • Awa o Poutini, groove when cutting greenstone, 239.
  • awarua, unrecorded word, 157.
  • awe, felt in sacred places, 60.
  • awe, new word, 43, 156, 157.
  • awe toroa, fixed in ears of corpse, 11.
  • aweke, unrecorded word, 156.
  • awhai, unrecorded word, 157.
  • Awhina, in general., 35.
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  • Babylonia, a cuneiform geographical treatise, 64; excavations, 65, 66-67.
  • baito, a tattoo-pattern, 3, 4.
  • Ballantyne, A. See Jenness, D., and Ballantyne, A.
  • Bamford, E., resigned from Pol. Soc., 263.
  • banana, not known to Maori, 255.
  • barageimatona, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • bark-cloth, use of, 131.
  • Barron, V., excavations in Indochina, 176.
  • Baucke, W., Moriori clothing, 118-9.
  • bau-ni-fagana, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • Bauro, fairy language, 60.
  • Bellona Isd.: peopled by pure Polynesians, 4; position and size of, 5.
  • bepe, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • berena-rorowagaro, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 4.
  • Best, E., editor of Pol. Journ. for 1926, 178; legend of Mahu and Taewha, 73; “Maori Agriculture,” review, 254; Moriori clothing, 118; Ngatoro-i-rangi and Manaia, 211; notes on customs, rituals, and beliefs pertaining to sickness, death, burial, and exhumation among the Maori, 6; The Polynesian Society, its genesis, objects and achievements, v; stone image at crop-planting, 152; war-ritual formulae, 204; tangi by Hine Matioro, 153; white magic of the Maori, 315.
  • Biscoe, Moriori clothing, 119, 120.
  • Blagden, C. O., elected corresponding member Pol. Soc., 178.
  • blood, tapu caused by, 166.
  • boe-na-uwa, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 4.
  • botanical evidence of Polynesian voyages, 196.
  • bone pendant from Taumatatahi, 175, fig. 2.
  • boomerang from Muriwai, Auck., 45.
  • Boro-Budur, temple at, 55.
  • boroniuwa, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • Bourne, R. W., artifact from swamp near Te Awamutu, 260.
  • bow and arrow in San Cristoval, 62.
  • Bowie, F., photos of dolmens, 236; use of dolmens, 237.
  • bowl, stone, carved, N.Z., 152.
  • Brabrook, J. W., dolmens in Rotuma, 238.
  • Brandstetter, R., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • bread-fruit. See kuru.
  • Brigham, W. T., death, 352.
  • British Assocn. for Adv. of Sci., exchange with, 178.
  • Broughton, Moriori clothing, 119, 120.
  • Broussonetia papyrifera. See aute.
  • Brown, Mrs. R. S., elected life member Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Bruce, R., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Buck, P. H. See Rangi Hiroa, Te.
  • Bullard, G. H., resigned from Pol. Soc., 263.
  • burial, Maori customs and ritual, 6, 10.
  • burial, various forms in San Cristoval, 59.
  • burial alive, retaliatory, 71.
  • burial-caves: called toma tupapaku, 13; guarded by atua, 13; entrance hidden, 19.
  • Bwaidoga (Goodenough Isld.), language, mythology and songs, 290.
  • Caillot, A. -C. E., Mythes, Légendes et Traditions des Polynésiens, 338.
  • calabash, magic, a sextant, 193.
  • California, Indians of, customs, etc., 65.
  • cape, garment, use in N.Z., 133, 135.
  • cardinal points, names, 40.
  • carved posts, New Guinea and N.Z. parallels? 176-7.
  • carving, stone, N.Z., 150.
  • cave. See burial-cave.
  • cedar-bark mantle, 126-8.
  • ceremonial: immersion in water, 76.
  • ceremonial fires, sacerdotal terms for, 154-5.
  • ceremonies, sacerdotal terms, 154-5.
  • Chamberlin, T. C., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Cham influences on Polynesia, 56.
  • Champa, influence of architecture on Polynesian, 56.
  • chant. See karakia.
  • Chappell, A. L., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • charm to inspire love, 315.
  • Chatham Islds., clothing of Moriori, 117.
  • children's talk, a fairy language, Arosi, 60.
  • Christian, F. W., names of megapode bird, 260.
  • Clayton, E. O., carved stone figure, 150.
  • cloak, clothing, 136.
  • cloud, Haupipi o te rangi, a cloud form, 240.
  • cloud forms, names of, 75.
  • Colenso, W., on form of Maori sleeping-huts, 331.
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  • Colocasia antiquorum. See taro.
  • colour and emotion, 169.
  • comets, personification, 241.
  • communal character of Maori, 261.
  • Cook, Captain J., description of heiau, 49-50; garments of Nootka Sound and N.Z., 124, 128.
  • corpse, public exhibition of, 11.
  • Corynocarpus laevigata. See karaka.
  • counting. See numeration.
  • Cowan, J., tree robbed by Tama-te-kapua, 201.
  • crop-planting, stone image at, 152.
  • cross-in-circle ornament, Indochina, 176.
  • Crowther, W. L., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • death: Maori beliefs and ritual, 6, 10; farewell speech to the dead, 18-19.
  • de Morgan, J., dolmen distribution, 235.
  • D'Entrecasteaux Archipel., system of enumeration, 311.
  • detail, importance of accuracy, 182.
  • Devolver, J., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • divination, in war ceremonies, 205.
  • dog as medium in white magic, 320.
  • dolmens, in Espiritu Santo, 235.
  • Dong-thuoc, skull found at, 176.
  • Downes, T. W., Maori rat-trapping, 228; moa, notes on, 36; Ohura fight of 1864, 223.
  • downward weaving, 134.
  • dramatic talk, of Vavau, Tonga, 339.
  • drawings of spirits, San Cristoval, 60.
  • Durrad, W. J., Tikopian vocabulary, 267.
  • Duthie, A. D., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • ecliptic. See Ara whanui a Tane.
  • Egypt and San Cristoval compared, 59.
  • ehu, new meaning, 242.
  • eia, new meaning, 242.
  • eiga, a tattoo-pattern, 3, 4.
  • Elvy, W. J., supposed pit-dwellings in Queen Charlotte Sd., 329.
  • Embree, E. H., in Australia, 262.
  • Emerson, N. B., Hawaiian lananu'u, 50-51.
  • Emerson, J. S., resignation from Pol. Soc., 178.
  • entrance to house, etc., unusual method, 211, 213.
  • enumeration. See numeration.
  • epa, whakaepa, new meaning, 242.
  • Espiritu Santo, dolmens 235.
  • exaggeration in Maori narrative, 76.
  • excreta, consuming of in ordeal, 76.
  • exhumation, Maori customs and ritual, 6, 15.
  • fa'e tukau, Marquesas, 48.
  • fairy-language, in Bauro, 60.
  • fare atua, Society Islds., 53.
  • farewell speech to the dead, 18.
  • fathen. See hua inanga, 247.
  • Fatu, name in poetic dialogue, 163.
  • feather, as medium in white magic, 319.
  • Fels, W., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • female element, origin of misfortune and death, 6.
  • Fergusson Isld. (N. Guinea), language, etc., 290.
  • figona, spiritual being, 60.
  • Fiji mbure, 52.
  • fire, personification, 241.
  • fires, ceremonial, sacerdotal terms for, 154-5.
  • firesticks, from kaikomako, 241.
  • Firth, R., papers in Roy. Anth. Inst. Jnl., 170; Maori economics, 261.
  • fishing-nets, as garments, 121-2.
  • Fletcher, H. J., story of Te Huhuti, 31.
  • fog, Hine-makohurangi the personification, 240.
  • food, eating of food facilitated love-charm, 319.
  • food-plants introd. by Maori, 202.
  • food-stage. See whata.
  • Fox, C. E., dolmens at San Cristoval, 235; “Threshold of the Pacific,” review, 58.
  • French Islands. See Unea.
  • funimaro, a pattern in tattoo, 2, 3.
  • garments, details and names, 79; donned when near destination, 81.
  • gatoga, resin used for tattooing, 1.
  • Gaw, W., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • geilina, a tattoo-pattern, 3.
  • gifts, ritual in reception of, 207.
  • glottal catch in Polynesia, 163.
  • god-house. See oracle-house.
  • gogoakau, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • Goodenough Isld. See Bwaidoga.
  • grammar. See linguistics.
  • Gray, G., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • greenstone, groove when cutting, 239.
  • greeting, terms of: Haere mai, e te rawhiti, 76. See also address, terms of.
  • growth. See vegetable growth.
  • Gudgeon, Lieut.-Col., Maori and Pacific marae, 51 note; white magic, 318-9.
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  • ha, sacerdotal meaning, 246.
  • Haemata-o-te-rangi, song by, 92.
  • haeora, pitch of roof, 243.
  • Haepuru, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Haere, in story of Mahu, 88; bewitched by Mahu, 89.
  • haha, new meaning, 244.
  • hahunga. See exhumation.
  • Haimona Pita, in geneal., 35.
  • haipu, new meaning, 244.
  • hakana, new meaning, 246.
  • hakari, new meaning, 245.
  • hakimana, a gun, 244.
  • Halfpenny, C. J., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Ha-mai-Tawhiti, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Hambly, W. D., “The History of Tattooing and its Significance,” 166.
  • Hamilton Boro. Ccl., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Hamilton, H., boomerang found Muriwai Beach, 45.
  • hana, new meaning, 246.
  • Handy, E. S. C., oracle-house in Polynesia, 47.
  • hangai, new meaning, 246.
  • Ha-nui, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • hanumi, merging of colours, 246.
  • haohao, fingers, 244.
  • hapa, broken ritual, omen, 186.
  • Ha-pokere, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • hapoko, boggy, 244.
  • Ha-pouri, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • hăpū, pregnant woman, 244.
  • hapua, a grove, 244.
  • hapunapuna, new meaning, 245.
  • harewa, new meaning, 244.
  • Ha-roa, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Haronga-rangi, in karakia, 326.
  • harua, new meaning, 245, 246.
  • Harua-tai, a sea-atua, 239.
  • Hauanga-roa, messenger of Kuiwai, 213.
  • haukai, a feast, 247.
  • hau kainga, home, 244.
  • hau korero, tone of voice, 244.
  • Haupipi o te rangi, cloud formation. 240.
  • haurakiraki, new meaning, 244.
  • hau tukupu, a weather term, 245.
  • Hautu-te-rangi, of priestly descent, 88.
  • hauwai, damp moist, 242.
  • hawai, new meaning, 243.
  • Hawaii to Tahiti, course, 190. See also Honaunau.
  • Hawaiian dictionary, review, 248.
  • Hawaiian heiau, 49.
  • Hawaiki-nui, meeting-place of dead (also Poutere-rangi), 240; the four-way spirit-house, 240.
  • Hawaiki-nui-o-Maruaroa, the tuahu at Tahuaroa, 240.
  • Hawaiki-rangi, the four-way spirit-house, 240.
  • Hawaiki-taketake, in karakia, 221.
  • Hawaiki-whakaeroero, the four-way spirit-house, 240.
  • hāwi, cardinal point, 243.
  • hawk as love-messenger, 319.
  • heavenly signs: cirrus cloud Te Pipipi-o-te-rangi, 75-6, 80, 91.
  • Hector award, 1926, 69.
  • heiau, in Hawaii, 49.
  • hema, tapering, 245.
  • hemihemi, method of adzing, 244.
  • hemo, new meaning, 247.
  • henananoo. See lananu'u.
  • Here-taunga, in story of Mahu, 79.
  • heru tu rae, comb worn forward, 247.
  • Hiakai-taria, in geneal., 316.
  • hiarea, new meaning, 244, 336.
  • hiawa, new meaning, 245.
  • hihore, to strip off, 247.
  • hika, a fire-stick, 245; to generate, 246.
  • Hika-teko, origin of name, 33.
  • hikawai, lewd woman, 245.
  • hikawe, method of carrying. 247.
  • Hikawera, in story of Te Huhuti, 32; in geneal., 35.
  • Hikiora, in geneal., 35.
  • Hiko-o-te-rangi. See Ihiko-o-te-rangi.
  • hiku, new meaning, 247.
  • hikumutu, new meaning, 246.
  • himu, new meaning, 247.
  • Hina and Maui (Tahiti), 163.
  • Hina, goddess of underworld (Tahiti), 163.
  • Hina, the moon, 334.
  • Hina, wife of Tuna, in dramatic-talk, 339.
  • Hina-keha; Hina-te-iwaiwa; Hinauri, the moon, 334.
  • Hinau, village on Whanganui, 228.
  • hinau berries bait for rats, 228.
  • Hine-hore, origin of name, 33.
  • hineiotu, kind of stone, 244.
  • Hine-kaikomako, personifn. of tree, 241.
  • Hine-korako, in karakia over sick man, 8.
  • Hine-kurepe, in karakia over sick man, 9.
  • Hine-makohu-rangi, the mist-maid, 240.
  • Hine-matakirikiri, personification of sand, 241.
  • Hine Matioro, tangi by, 153.
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  • Hine-matioro, in geneal., 316.
  • Hinemoa story, a parallel, 31.
  • Hine-moana, in karakia, 221; personifn. of ocean, 239; Huaki-pouri her “house,” 240.
  • Hine-one, personifin. of sand, 241.
  • Hine-pukohu-rangi, the mist-maid, 240.
  • Hine-rau-wharangi, in story of Mahu, 79; personifies vegetable growth, 94, 239; mother of Hine-moana, 239.
  • Hine-tapeka, personifn. of fires of underworld, 241.
  • Hine tapeka, Ahi a, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Hine-tata, in karakia over sick man, 9.
  • Hine-te-iwaiwa, the moon, 334.
  • Hine-te-moa, mother of Te Whatu', 32; in geneal., 35.
  • Hine-te-uira, personifn. of lightning, 240.
  • Hine-tuakirikiri, personifn. of sand, 241.
  • Hine-titama, grandmother of Hine-moana, 239.
  • Hine-wai, personifn. of light rain, 240.
  • Hinewai, lament of, 201.
  • hi'ona, spiritual being, 60.
  • hira, new meaning, 247.
  • hirou, new meaning, 244.
  • history, reliability of, 181-2.
  • Hivaoa, oracle-house at, 48.
  • hiwa, new meaning, 245.
  • hiwi maire, method of fighting, 247.
  • ho, to shout, 247.
  • Hoani Waikato, in story of Mahu, 87.
  • hoeroa, a bone weapon, 244.
  • Hoeta, in geneal., 35.
  • hoewai, a paddle, 244.
  • Hoheria populnea, for clothing, 132.
  • hokai, boom to outrigger, 246.
  • Hoku-paa, star used in navigation, 190.
  • Honaunau, dolmen at, 238.
  • Hongi, Hare, and term ngahuru, 173.
  • hono, marriage, 245.
  • Hono-i-wairua, meeting-place of dead (also Poutere-rangi), 240.
  • honorific terms, Maori, 38.
  • hopara, hopara makaurangi, new meaning, 242.
  • hope kiwi, prominent buttocks, 244.
  • hopuni, a camp, 244.
  • hora, pitch of roof, 243.
  • horehore, pulp of karaka, 244.
  • horewai, a kite, 244.
  • horo, new meaning, 246.
  • horohororē, new meaning, 244.
  • horoi, to efface, 245.
  • horokaka, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • horomata, new meaning, 244.
  • Horo-matangi, symbol of buried in path of an enemy, 86.
  • Horonuku-atea, symbol of buried in path of an enemy, 86.
  • Horo-nuku-atea, cardinal point, 40.
  • horopu, new meaning, 244.
  • horopukeko, an eel, 247.
  • horowai, an eel, 247.
  • horua, a toboggan, 244.
  • Hoturoa, time of sailing for N.Z., 195.
  • hou, new meaning, 246, 247.
  • Hou-atea, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • houhi, in rat-trap, 231.
  • hounga, sunny winter day, 247.
  • Hou-pani, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • houpuni, new meaning, 336.
  • Hou-rea, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Hou-ruru, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • house, death in may cause desertion, 12.
  • house-carvings, reason for some of devices, 20.
  • Hrdlicka, A., Huxley Memorial Medal, 352.
  • huahua, game-preserving, 233.
  • hua inanga, fathom, 247.
  • Huaki-pouri, the “house” of Hine-moana and Kiwi, 240.
  • huakuru, new meaning, 246.
  • huapae, new meaning, 243.
  • huarewa, in divination, 246.
  • huawai, new meaning, 246.
  • Huhi, Ahi a, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • huhu, bull-roarer, 244.
  • Huhuti, Te, story of, 31; in geneal., 35.
  • huirapa, new meaning, 242.
  • Hui-te-ananui, a “house” of Tangaroa, 240.
  • Hui-te-rangiora, a “house” of Tane, 240.
  • hukahuka, small potatoes, 243.
  • hukapuri, hard frost, 243.
  • hukere, new meaning, 247.
  • huki, new meaning, 245.
  • hukihuki, an oracle-house, 48.
  • Hunaara, in geneal., 316.
  • Hunt, Moriori clothing, 119, 121.
  • hunting, Maori skill in, 233.
  • hunuhunu, Ahi, a decoy party, 154.
  • hura, to look sideways, 247.
  • Hurae Puketapu, ident. of Mahuatonga, 74-5.
  • Hurihanga, Ahi o, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • hurimoana, a wind name, 246.
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  • huripapa, move in game, 244.
  • huripoki, a covering, 245.
  • huritaniwha, a weapon, 244.
  • huro, joy, 247.
  • Huru-atea, cardinal point, 40; division of underworld, 41.
  • huruhuru, cardinal point, 243.
  • hurumanu, new meaning, 242.
  • hurunui, bushv-topped tree, 244.
  • Huru-mawake, cardinal point, 40; in karakia, 326.
  • Hurumoana, letter concerning term ngahuru, 174-5.
  • Huru-nuku, Huru-nuku-atea, cardinal point, 40; in karakia, 326.
  • Huru-nuku-rangi, cardinal point, 40.
  • Huru-rangi, cardinal point, 40.
  • Huru-te-arangi, cardinal point, 40; parent of winds, 42, 239.
  • Huxley Memorial Medal, 1927, 352.
  • i, new meaning, 336.
  • ihiihi, new meaning, 335.
  • Ihiko-o-te-rangi, in geneal., 316.
  • iho, new meaning, 335, 336.
  • Ihomatua, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • ihomatua, new meaning, 335.
  • Iho-matua-ngaro, concerning term ngahuru, 74.
  • Ihomutu, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • ihonui, new meaning, 336.
  • Ihorangi, personifn. of rain, 240.
  • ihu, new meaning, 336.
  • ihu penu, new meaning, 336.
  • ihu rakau, new meaning, 335.
  • Ika matua a Tangaroa, the Milky Way, 333.
  • ika tahua, new meaning, 335.
  • ika whenua, new meaning, 336.
  • inconsistencies in Maori narratives, 77.
  • Indochina, French, excavations in, 176.
  • inutai, new meaning, 335.
  • Io, in war-formulæ, 209; poutiriao appointed guardians, 10.
  • io, word of doubtful meaning, 335.
  • Io-mawake, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Io-matua, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Io-matua: in karakia over sick man, 8; Rangiatea his abode, 11.
  • Ipomoea batatas. See kumara.
  • Ira, in geneal., 35.
  • ira, new meaning, 335.
  • iri rite, magic, 315.
  • Itapa, the Spanish attempt at Owaraha, 5.
  • Jenness, D., made head of branch Canadian Anthrop. Dept., 352.
  • Jenness, D., and Ballantyne, A., Language, Mythology, and Songs of Bwaidoga, 178, 290.
  • kafa, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 4.
  • Kahanui, Te, in story of Te Huhuti, 32.
  • Kahiki, course from Hawaii, 190.
  • Kahoolawe, island of departure for Tahiti, 192.
  • Kahui-tara, a rapid below Ohura, 224.
  • Kahukaka, in story of Mahu, 90.
  • Kahukura, in karakia over sick man, 8; in rites by Kuiwai, 213.
  • Kahuranaki, place in story of Mahu, 85.
  • Ka-hutia-te-rangi, of priestly descent, 88.
  • Kaiarero (Petane), place in story of Mahu, 80.
  • kaiau, new meaning, 336.
  • kaikomako, fire-sticks from, 241.
  • Kaimaha, a prophetess, 225.
  • Kaimatai, place in story of Mahu, 90.
  • Kainga-roa, origin of name, 213.
  • kai toronga, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Kaiwhaiki, in story of Ohura fight, 223.
  • kakamora, dwarf forest gnomes, 60.
  • Kakaramea, village in story of Manaia, 213; in karakia, 220.
  • Kamakau, course from Hawaii to Tahiti, 191.
  • Kane, night of moon, Hawaii, 195.
  • Kani-a-takirau, in geneal., 316; tangi to, 153.
  • Kanihinihi, place in story of Manaia, 212; in karakia, 220.
  • Kape, in story of Mahu, 78.
  • Kapiti, in song, 188.
  • Kaponga, a chief in Ohura fight, 227.
  • karae, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • karahi, new meaning, 336.
  • karaka (Corynocarpus laevigata), brought to N.Z. by the “Aotea,” 197; evidence regarding migration, 197; a coastal tree, 197; in Chathams, 199.
  • karakia, a love-charm, 317, 319.
  • karakia
  • Maori; first lines:
  • Ei! Tena te anga, he anga paua, 220.
  • Ei! Tena te puke ka tu, 218.
  • Hau nui ana ra ko te hau—e, 319.
  • I ehua ou tapu, 8.
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  • karakia.—Continued.
  • Ira kura, ira kura, iria te tupua, 321.
  • Na Io te waiora ki enei…, 209.
  • Rakau tapu o Hawaiki…, 201.
  • Te iri te runga tu, te runga pae, 317.
  • Tenei au, e tama, he uenga a rangi, 9.
  • Tenei au he tipua, he tawhito, 326.
  • Tenei au te turuki atu nei…, 207.
  • Tenei taku aro, ko te aro…, 207.
  • Tenei taku ope he ope tuarangi.…, 207.
  • Tenei tama he aronui, 8.
  • Tenei te hau, ko taku hau, 326.
  • Tenei to ara, he ara paepae, 221.
  • Tenei to hau, ko te hau…, 326.
  • Tenei to manawa ko taku manawa, 326.
  • Tu te urunga, hau te urunga, 321.
  • karakia
  • first lines; Maori, translated:
  • I will sing, I will sing of my ancestor Kupe, 188.
  • O friend, recline in death…, 184.
  • Sacred tree of Hawaiki…, 201.
  • karapi, new meaning, 336.
  • Karehana Bay, stone artifact from, 175.
  • karewa. new meaning, 336.
  • karohi, a fresh-water fish, 36.
  • Kaukaunui, house in story of Mahu, 82.
  • kaura, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3, 4.
  • kauri, Ahi, tattooing material, 155.
  • kautere, new meaning, 243.
  • Kautere-rangi, a place in underworld, 333.
  • Kauwhanga, house of Taikehu, 212.
  • kava-drinking, phallic stone used, 237.
  • Kawatini, an adept attending Te Moana-nui, 7.
  • Ke ala-i-Kahiki, point of departure for Tahiti, 192.
  • Keha, burial alive, 71.
  • Kelly, L. G., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Kere and Topine, fight, 223.
  • Kermadecs, in Maori migration, 197.
  • Kete aronui, beneficial knowledge, 333.
  • Kete hurumanu, knowledge, 333.
  • Kete rauroha, star receptacle, 333.
  • Kete tuatea, evil knowledge, 333.
  • Kete tuauri, knowledge of ritual, 333.
  • Kete uruuru matua, beneficial knowledge, 333.
  • Kete uruuru rangi, knowledge of war, 333.
  • Kete uruuru tawhito; Kete uruuru tau, evil knowledge, 333.
  • Kiato, in story of Mahu, 85.
  • kilt, experiments in technique on, 131.
  • Kirikiri-roa, place near Ohura, 224.
  • Kiri-pirau, husband of a prophetess, 225.
  • Kiritai, in geneal., 35.
  • Kiwa, husband of Hinemoana, 239; his “house” is Huaki-pouri, 240.
  • koere, new meaning, 336.
  • kohia berries bait for rats, 228.
  • Kohiri-a-Koinake, a place in Ohura fight, 225.
  • kohu (also tukohu and kohupara), method of cooking rat, 229, 233.
  • kohua, new meaning, 336.
  • Kohuipu, place in story of Mahu, 86.
  • kohupara. See kohu.
  • Kohurangi, receptacle for symbols of gods in story of Mahu, 91.
  • Kokiri-a-Koinake. See Kohiri-a-Koinake.
  • kokohurangi, new meaning, 336.
  • Kokotea, Kokouri, stole the kumara of Mahu, 78; bewitched, 91-2.
  • komau, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • kopaepae, new meaning, 336.
  • Kopakau, in story of Mahu, 87.
  • kopiha, rat pit-trap, 233.
  • Kopuhuri, storage-pit of Mahu, 78.
  • Korokoro, place in story of Mahu, 89.
  • kororipa, new meaning, 336.
  • kotara, new meaning, 336.
  • Kraemer, dolmen in Honaunau, 238.
  • Kruyt, A. C., dolmen distribution, 235.
  • Kuiwai, wife of Manaia, 212.
  • kumara, storage pits, 78; sorting when storing, 94; lateness of introduction to New Zealand, 202.
  • kume, au, unrecorded word, 157.
  • kumekume, new meaning, 336.
  • Kupe, questioned after voyages, 184; sailing directions for N.Z., 198.
  • Kuper, H., tapitapi, or the tattooing of females, Santa Anna and Santa Catalina, 1.
  • kura, used as term for occult knowledge, 93.
  • Kura hau awatea, solar halo, 333.
  • Kura hau po, lunar rainbow, 333.
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  • Kurahaupo, the canoe of Mahutonga and Whatonga, 74.
  • Kuranui, a garment of Mahu, 79.
  • kuranui, name of moa, 36.
  • Kurapati, daughter of Taewha, 85.
  • Kura-tawhiti, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Kuri nui a Meko, Te, a monster, 75.
  • kuru, mentioned in lament, 201; the tree robbed by Tama-te-kapua, 201.
  • Kuwatawata, guardian of Hawaikinui, 333; his abode is Poutererangi, 240.
  • lace-bark, for clothing, 132.
  • ladder. See unuhanga arawhata.
  • Lambert, T., “The Story of old Wairoa,” 159.
  • Lampila, in story of Ohura fight, 223.
  • lana, a floor of temple-tower, 50.
  • lananu'u, Hawaiian oracle-house, 49; called henananoo by Cook, 50; described by Emerson, 50-51.
  • lana-nuu-mamao, in Hawaiian lana-nu'u, 50.
  • language. See linguistics.
  • language, of fairies in Bauro, 60; of traditions, 187.
  • latrine, in connection with witchcraft, 82, 89, 94; in magic rites, 215.
  • learning, schools of, 183.
  • lex talionis, instance of, 71.
  • lightning, Tama-te-uira, Hine-te-uira, personifn. of, 240; Mataaho and Tawhaki connected with lightning, 240.
  • linguistics:
  • Bwaidogan (Goodenough Isld.), grammar, etc., 290.
  • glottal catch of Polynesia, 163.
  • Hawaiian dictionary, review, 248.
  • honorific and sacerdotal terms, Maori, 38, 154, 239, 333.
  • language of fairies and children's games, San Cristoval, 60-61.
  • Maori proverbs and term ngahuru, 173.
  • Tikopian vocabulary, 267.
  • words not in published dictionaries, Maori, 43, 156, 242, 335.
  • linguistics—
  • original texts, Maori:
  • Story of Tao-putaputa and Tahito-kuru-maranga, 317.
  • Directions for the rite atahu, 325.
  • Notes on Custom, Ritual and Belief (with the story of Te Wananga o Tai-whetuki), 21.
  • The Story of Te Huhuti, 31.
  • linguistics.—Continued.
  • The Legend of Mahu and Taewha, 95.
  • Ritual formulæ pertaining to war, etc., 207.
  • Ngatoro-i-rangi and Manaia, 217.
  • linguistics; See also karakia, mythological chants; waiata; whakatauki; phonetics.
  • lizard; guardian of burial-cave, 13-14; ordeal of swallowing, 76.
  • Lono, night of moon, Hawaii, 195.
  • love-charm, medium and karakia, 315, 317, 319, 321, 325-6.
  • McCulloch, building of dolmens, 237.
  • MacDonald, D. D., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • Maea, in Kupe line, 73.
  • Magellan clouds, known as Mahu, 74.
  • magic: black, in Mahu legend, 73; ordeals in initiation, 76; white magic of the Maori, 315; the atahu or iri rite, 315.
  • magic calabash, a sextant, 193.
  • Mahia, place in story of Mahu, 90.
  • mahitihiti, Ahi, an ordeal, 154.
  • Mahora-nui-atea, term to denote ocean, 38; in karakia, 326.
  • Mahoui. See Maui.
  • Mahu: identity of, 73, 74; in Kupeline, 73; name of Magellan clouds, 74; the same as Mahu-tapoa-nui, 73, 74, 92; story of Mahu and Taewha, superior version, 73.
  • Mahuika, personifn. of ordinary fire, 241.
  • Mahuika, Ahi a, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • Mahu-tapoa-nui. See Mahu.
  • Mahutonga, in geneal., 74, 75; name of Southern Cross, a wind, a preventive of wind and rain, 74; known as Ruamahutonga, 74; an atua, 93.
  • maioha, in war-ritual, 206.
  • Maire, Te, capture of moa, 36.
  • Makaro, in Kupe line, 73; origin of name, 188.
  • Makaro (Ward Isld.), in story of Mahu, 93.
  • Makawe-roa, sister of Mahu, 79.
  • makemake, stick used as tattooing mallet, 2.
  • Makere-whatu, latrine of Tamateanui, 212.
  • Ma-kokoti, old pa, 223.
  • makutu, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
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  • Malaita and peopling of San Cristoval, 59.
  • Malekula. See Malikolo.
  • Malikolo (Malekula), dolmens at, 236.
  • mamao, a floor of temple-tower, 50.
  • mamaruga-na-uwa, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 4.
  • Mana, in song, 188.
  • Manaia, raising of winds, 74.
  • Manaia and Ngatoro-i-rangi, 211.
  • Manaia-uanuku, brother of Manaia, 216.
  • Manaia-uarangi, brother of Manaia, 216.
  • Manaia-uataha, brother of Manaia, 216.
  • manawa, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Manga-papapa, occupied by Topine, 226.
  • Manihera Rangi-takaiwaho, Story of Mahu and Taewha, 87.
  • manu ku'a, in oracle-house, 48.
  • manu-whakatau, name of moa, 36.
  • Maori art, School of founded, 351.
  • Maori oracle-house, 54.
  • “Maori Symbolism,” review, 343.
  • Maori tradition, reliability, 181.
  • mapouriki, new meaning, 336.
  • maps:
  • Mud Bay, Bwaidoga (Goodenough Isld.), 290.
  • Bwaidoga and Fergusson Islds., 291.
  • Sandwich Islds., shewing Mauitaha and Maui-pae, 191.
  • Course from Cook Islds. to N.Z., and route of “Aotea,” 200.
  • maore-ni-ropo, a fully tattooed woman, 3.
  • marae, Maori and Pacific, connection, 51 note.
  • marae, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Marae-kowhai, in story of Ohura, 223.
  • Marae-nui, Marae-nui-atea, term to denote ocean, 38.
  • Maraerotuhia, sacred house, 184.
  • maramarangali, resin used for tattooing, 1.
  • Maramatanga taruaitu, primeval light-glimmer, 239.
  • Marau, district of Manaia, 212; in karakia, 220.
  • “ Marehurehu: entre le jour et la nuit,” review, 162.
  • Marei-kura, in farewell speech, 11.
  • Marquesas, stone-platforms (tohua), 68; string-figures, 67-68.
  • marriage, ritual in, 207; Huaki-pouri connected with, 240.
  • Maru, magic formulæ, 83; destroying of bird by magic, 84; in karakia over sick man, 8.
  • Maruanuku, division of underworld, 41.
  • Maruaroa, seasons, 333; division of underworld, 41. See also Hawaiki nui a Maruaroa.
  • Maru-hikuata, symbol of god in receptacle, 90-1.
  • Maru-te-whareaitu, a fish of Maui, 334.
  • marvels in Maori narrative, 211.
  • Mataaho, concerning term ngahuru, 174; conn. with lightning, 240.
  • mātākai, black magic rite, 319.
  • “Matangirei,” built by Turi, 183.
  • matangireia, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Matapara, in story of Mangaia, 212.
  • Matariki, in tangi, 153.
  • Matau-a-Maui, in story of Mahu, 80.
  • Matika, Ahi, o, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • matini, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • matiti, Ahi, bird-roasting rack, 155.
  • Matiti-aro, in karakia, 220.
  • Matiti-nuku, in karakia, 220.
  • Matiti-rangi, in karakia, 220.
  • Matiu, in Kupe line, 173.
  • Matiu (Somes Isld.), in story of Mahu, 93; origin of name, 188.
  • Matorohanga, tale of Mahu and Taewha, 87; voyage of Kupe, 188; course from Ahuahu to N.Z., 190; wing of moa, 37.
  • matua, a paddle, 243.
  • matua, ara, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Maui, legend in Tahiti, 162; French form Mahoui, 162; dialogue with Hina (Tahiti), 163; fishing up of land means discovery, 187; saved from fire by release of Mahutonga, 74.
  • Maui-pae, position of island, 191-2.
  • Maui-taha, position of island, 191-2.
  • Maunga-haro, meeting place of dead (see Poutere-rangi), 240.
  • Maunga-wharau, place in story of Mahu, 76, 79.
  • Mauru, in Maori and Babylonian usage, 64-65.
  • Mauwa and fishing-up of San Cristoval, 60.
  • Mawake, cardinal point, 40.
  • Maya temples, 55.
  • mbure of Fiji, 52.
  • me'ae, in Hawaiian heiau, 52.
  • mediums used in black magic, 82; in white magic, 315, 318, etc.
  • megapode bird. name of, 260.
  • Meihana, P. O., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • Meko, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • memory, reliability and capacity, 181.
  • mena (=mana), significance of word, 61.
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  • mental processes of savages, 62.
  • mermaid, San Cristoval equivalent, 60.
  • metamorphoses:
  • Kurapati turned to rock, 85.
  • incantations to cause turning to stone, 87.
  • Ri turned to a dog, 339.
  • Te Upoko-poito turned to stone, 88.
  • Metrosideros tomentosa. See pohu-tukawa.
  • Mexican picture-writing, 348.
  • Mexican tiki, 351.
  • migration to N.Z., time of year fixed, 197-8; sailing directions, 198.
  • mini, a gun, 224.
  • miromiro, as medium in white magic, 320, 321; in war ritual, 205.
  • mist, Hine-makohu-rangi, the personification, 240.
  • moa, notes from Wai-rarapa, 36.
  • moana, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • Moana-nui, Te, ritual during sickness of, 7-10.
  • Moe-ahuru, mother of heavenly bodies, 334.
  • Moerenhout, texts recorded, etc., 164-6.
  • Mohaka, place in story of Mahu, 90.
  • Mohomoho, in story of Mahu, 78.
  • mokopeke, lizard guardian, 13-14.
  • months, calendar and Maori, 194-5.
  • moon, nights of, and sailing for N.Z. from Tahiti, 195.
  • moon-god Nannar, Babylonian, 66.
  • Moore, T. C., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Morena, in story of Mahu, 87.
  • Morgan, P. G., elected to Pol. Soc., 178.
  • Moriori, clothing of, 117; migration to Chatham Islds., 117.
  • Motuhara, stone artifact from, 175.
  • Mounga, in geneal., 35.
  • mourning fillets, 17.
  • mowai, ahuru, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Muava. See Rennell Island.
  • Mud Bay, S. New Guinea, language, etc., 290.
  • Muigi. See Bellona Island.
  • mummification among Maori, 177.
  • Mumuwhango, progen. of totara, 334.
  • Mura-ahi, a dogskin garment, 216.
  • Muriwai boomerang, 45.
  • Muriwai hou ki Rarohenga, descent to underworld, 334.
  • myth, rise of, 187-8; literal interpretations, 188.
  • mythological chants—
  • Tahiti:
  • Maui and Hina parallel, 163.
  • creation, 165.
  • First lines:
  • Parau atura Hina ia Fatu, 163.
  • Parahi; Taaroa te ioa, 165.
  • mytho-poetic expression, 187.
  • namunamu, ara, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Nannar, a moon-god, 66.
  • navigation of Polynesians, 193.
  • 'ndete, pig-killing club, 237.
  • neck-pendant in white magic, 315, 319.
  • neolithic culture in Indochina, 176.
  • Nepia Pohuhu, adept at exhumation ceremony, 20.
  • Newe, the southern guiding star, 192.
  • New Guinea, carved posts like a N.Z. artifact, 176-7. See also Bwaidoga.
  • New Hebrides. See Malikolo.
  • Newman, W. L., resigned from Pol. Soc., 263.
  • New Zealand, materials for clothing, 132.
  • ngahuru, whakatauki connected with the word, 173.
  • ngahuru ma rua, use of term, 173-5.
  • Nga Maihi, and Mahu of the legend, 73.
  • Ngaroto lake, Te Awamutu, artifact from swamp, 260.
  • ngaruru, shell used to convey love-charm, 315.
  • Ngata, A. T., review of Best's “Maori Agriculture,” 254.
  • Ngati-Hukamoana, in story of Mahu, 87.
  • Ngati-koura tribe, recitation of geneal., 183.
  • Ngati-Kurupakiaka, in story of Mahu, 78.
  • Ngati-Mahu, and Mahu of the legend, 73.
  • Ngati-Mamoe, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Ngati-Mutunga, conquest of Moriori, 122; on their garments, 120.
  • Ngati-Tahuaroa, in story of Mahu, 87.
  • Ngati-Tama, conquest of Moriori, 122.
  • Ngati-te-Koaupari, in story of Mahu, 92.
  • Ngati-Tuwahia, in story of Mahu, 87.
  • Ngatoro-i-rangi and Manaia, 211; of priestly descent, 88; of the higher rank of priesthood, 52 note.
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  • ngawi, cardinal point, 243.
  • Ngaue, a place in story of Mahu, 90.
  • Ngu, Ahi a Te, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Ngunguru-te-rangi, in geneal., 316.
  • Nin-gal, wife of moon-god Nannar, 66.
  • niu-marauwa, stem used for catching soot, 1.
  • Niue kilt, technique, 132.
  • Nogugu, dolmens at, 236.
  • Nootka Sound, N.Z., affinities, 124, 128.
  • North star. See Hoku-paa.
  • Nuku, name of earth, 39.
  • Nukutaurua, once an island, 77, 78, 90.
  • Nuku-tawhiti, in Kupe line, 73.
  • numeration, Maori, and term ngahuru, 173; in D'Entrecasteaux Archipel. and Mud Bay, 311.
  • nu'u, a floor of temple-tower, 50.
  • Oahu, originally Ahu, 192.
  • obituary, Thos, Avery, 337.
  • Ohau-iti, place near Ohura, 224.
  • ohu, working bee on kumara fields, 256.
  • Ohura fight of 1864, 223.
  • Okura-renga, place in story of Mahu, 78.
  • omen, broken ritual, 186.
  • omens: feeling of affection in presence of flesh of relative, 88-9; for success of raid, 230; from cirrus cloud, 75; in trapping rats, 230; war o., 205.
  • One i Kurawaka, part of earth mother, 334.
  • One i Oroku, marae of heavenly bodies, 334.
  • One-poto, a place in Ohura fight, 225.
  • Opoa, sacred marae, 197.
  • Opourua, village in story of Manaia, 213; in karakia, 220.
  • Opoutama, place in story of Mahu, 90.
  • Oracle-house in Polynesia, 47; in Fiji, 52, 53; Hawaii, 49; Marquesas, 48; New Zealand, 54; Samoa, 53; Society Is., 53; Tonga, 53.
  • ordeals of initiation, black magic, 76, 84.
  • orientation of dead, Maori, 15.
  • original texts. See linguistics.
  • ornamentation, clothing, 136.
  • Orongonui, night of moon, 194-5.
  • Orotu, Te, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Osage tribe of Indians, rites and songs, 65.
  • Otama-kaihau, fortified place at Ohura, 224.
  • Otane, night of moon, 195.
  • Otuhaumi, fight at, 224.
  • Owa-raha. See Santa Anna.
  • Owa-riki. See Santa Catalina.
  • Owen, R. E., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • Paetaku, a garment of Mahu, 79.
  • Pacific, anthropological work in, 262.
  • Paengaroa, doubt concerning, 211, 212.
  • Pae-whenua, house where black magic was taught, 76, 83.
  • pahikahika, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Pakaroa, village of Pawa, 212.
  • pakirito, name of Moriori clothing, 118.
  • Pakou, in story of Mahu, 80.
  • Pan-Pacific Science Congress, 1923, papers read, 349.
  • Paoa, on board “Takitimu,” 93.
  • Papa, name of earth, 39.
  • Papa-i-raharaha, in Paumotu chant, 39.
  • Papa-o-tiri, place in story of Mahu, 88.
  • Papa-tiraharaha, name of earth, 39.
  • Papa-tuanuku, name of earth, 39.
  • Papauma, fortified place at Ohura, 224.
  • Papua, N.W., explorations by Austen, 258.
  • paradise, Rohutu noanoa, 164.
  • parapara, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Parauri, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Parawera-nui, a wind, 74; mother of winds, 239; in karakia, 221, 326.
  • Pārāweranui, cardinal point, 40; parent of winds, 42.
  • pare, in Salem Museum, plate of 261.
  • Pari-Mahu, place in story of Mahu, 80.
  • Pari-nui, village of Whanganui River, 227.
  • Parinui-a-te-kohu, home of Mahu, 78.
  • Parker, H. H., Hawaiian dictionary, 248.
  • Parkinson, dolmen at Unea, 235.
  • Pauraro-kino, a chief at Ohura fight, 227.
  • Pawa, in story of Manaia, 212. See also Paoa.
  • peace-binding ritual, 206.
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  • Peketua, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • pendant, bone, 175, fig. 2.
  • Pennantia corymbosa. See kaikomako.
  • penu. See ihu penu.
  • Persian Gulf, former extent, 64.
  • peru, spade for opening grave, 15.
  • Petane. See Kaiarero.
  • Petroeca toitoi. See miromiro.
  • phallic stone, set under dolmen, 237; figs. 3, 4, pp. 235, 236.
  • phonetics, change of “l” to “r” in Persian, 65.
  • Phormium tenax, for clothing, 133.
  • pig, sacrificed on dolmens, 237.
  • Piko-o-Wakea, the equator, and North Star, 192.
  • Pikopiko-i-whiti, the sea at home of Tamatea-nui, 212.
  • Pio, on use of feather in white magic, 319.
  • pipi o te rangi. See Haupipi o te rangi.
  • Pipipi, a heavenly sign, 80.
  • Pipipi-o-te-rangi (Pipipi), a form of cirrus cloud, 75, 80.
  • Pipiwai, winter, 78.
  • pipiwharauroa, new meaning, 247.
  • pitau, aka, unrecorded word, 157.
  • pit-dwellings, Q. Charlotte Sd., 329; prob. not dwellings, 330-1.
  • place-names, meanings, 159-60.
  • Poa caespitosa, used for tags in cloak, 111.
  • poetic justice, ideas concerning, 77.
  • pohutukawa, flowering on arrival of Maori in N.Z., 196.
  • poi, new meaning, 336.
  • Polack, J. S., Maori fowling, 233.
  • Polynesian entered Pacific later than dark-skinned races, 4; P. navigation, 192-3.
  • Polynesian Society, genesis of, objects and achievements (Best), v.
  • annual meeting, 29th Jan., 1926, i.
  • annual report, 31st Dec., 1925, ii.
  • council meetings, 31st March, 1926, 178; 4th Aug. 1926, 263.
  • list of patrons and members as from 1st Jan., 1926, xi.
  • list of exchanges, xix.
  • new members, 178, 263.
  • publications received, 63, 170, 258, 348.
  • Pomaderris tainui. See tainui.
  • Pomo folkways, 348.
  • poroporo (Solanum aviculare and S. nigrum), not the tree robbed by Tama-te-kapua, 201.
  • Porourangi, in tangi, 153.
  • portents. See heavenly signs; omens.
  • Potoru, course to N.Z. during migration, 198.
  • pouhawaiki, name of rat, 233.
  • Pou Hemi, on pit-dwellings, 329.
  • Pourere, place in story of Mahu, 80.
  • Poutere-rangi, abode of Te Kuwa-tawata, 240; in address of welcome, 81.
  • Poutini. See Awa o Poutini.
  • poutiriao, supernatural beings of Io, 10.
  • Power, W.T., error re Maori traditions, 182.
  • pride of race in Polynesian, 185.
  • printed matter, reliability of, 181.
  • proverbs. See whakatauki.
  • psychic unity of mankind, 169.
  • Puanaki, method of rat-trapping, 228.
  • puaroa, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • puberty and tattooing, 167-8.
  • public statement by Maori binding, 11.
  • puhengu, new meaning, 336.
  • pu kahia, a gun, 224.
  • pukenga, a floor in ancient marae, 52.
  • Puke-tapu, fortified by Te Kere, 226.
  • Puketapu, Hurae, ident. of Mahuatonga, 74-5.
  • Punaki-rangi, grandson of Manaia, 216.
  • Punaweko, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Papuke, deity of Marques. oraclehouse, 49.
  • purakau, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • pure, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Putoki-o-tau, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • rabo, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 4.
  • Rahui, a dangerous point, 239.
  • Ra'iatea. See also Rangiatea.
  • rain, Ihorangi personifn. of, 240.
  • rain, light, Hine-wai personifn. of, 240.
  • rainbow, the path of sea-spirits, 60.
  • rainbow-serpent myth of Australia, 348.
  • rain-cape, with tussock tags, 111.
  • Rakaihaitu, geneal., 70.
  • Rakaihautu, geneal., 70.
  • Rakainui, in geneal., 35.
  • Rakairoa, in geneal., 316.
  • Rakaiora, a lizard, 84; in karakia over sick man, 9.
  • rakau. See ihu rakau.
  • Rake, Hohepa te, “Maori Symbolism,” 343.
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  • Rakeiora, teacher of Tokomaru, 184.
  • Rake-pohutukawa, meeting-place of dead (also Poutere-rangi), 240.
  • Rakuraku Rehua, coming of “Takitimu,” 75.
  • Rangaranga-tutumaiao, thunder of, 215.
  • Rangi-a-tamaku, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Rangiatea, the abode of Io-matua, 11.
  • Rangiatea (and Ra'iatea), home of Turi, 196.
  • Rangi Hiroa, The evolution of Maori clothing, Pt. 9, 111; value of tradition in research, 181.
  • Rangikahiwa, in geneal., 316.
  • Rangi-kaupapa, belt of Mahu, 79.
  • Rangitahua, “Aotea” called here on migration, 197.
  • Rangi-takai-waho, Te, exhumation of, 20.
  • Rangi-tamaku, mythological place, 84.
  • Rangitatau, site of Hawaiki nui a Maruaroa, 240; Tahuaroa another name for, 40.
  • Rangitauira, in geneal., 316.
  • Rangi-taumaha, Te, pa in story of Te Huhiti, 31.
  • Rangi-te-auria, house where superior lore was taught, 76, 81.
  • Rangitoto, place in story of Mahu, 93.
  • rango, part of rat-trap, 231.
  • Rango-o-Tainui, Nga, skids of Tainui, 189.
  • rari-na-uwa, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 4.
  • Rarohenga, in karakia, 219.
  • Rarotonga, a port of call on voyage to N.Z., 196.
  • Rarotonga kilt, technique, 132.
  • rat, Maori—trapping, 228; swimming powers, 233; travelling in straight line, 233.
  • rauhuka, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • rau-na-barabara, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • Rau-ponga, home of Topine, 223.
  • Rauroha, place named in farewell speech, 11, 19.
  • Rauru-nui, in geneal., 74.
  • Rehua-mata-ngaro, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Reischek, A., Maori mummies, 177.
  • religion, San Cristoval, 60. See also oracle-house.
  • Rennel Isd.: peopled by pure Polynesians, 4; position and size of, 5.
  • Reretaruke, old pa, 223.
  • research, subjects for, viii, x.
  • Retaruke. See Reretaruke.
  • retoreto, a plant used in ceremonies, 8.
  • reviews:
  • Andrews, L., Hawaiian Dictionary, 248.
  • Best, E., “Maori Agriculture,” 254.
  • Caillot, A. -C. E., “Mythes, Légendes et Traditions des Polynésiens,” 338.
  • Chadourne, M., and M. Guierre, “Marehurehu.…”, 162.
  • Fox, C. E., “The Threshold of the Pacific,” 58.
  • Hambly, W. D., “The History of Tattooing.…”, 166.
  • Lambert, T., “The Story of Old Wairoa,” 159.
  • Rout, E., “Maori Symbolism,” 343.
  • Ri, metamorphozed to dog, 339.
  • riaka, new meaning, 335.
  • rinoi, cord tying bones, 20.
  • “Ririno, Te,” in migration, 198.
  • ritual formulæ, war, 204.
  • Rivers Memorial Medal, 1925, 352.
  • robou-faga, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 4.
  • Rodman, old voyages, Hawaii to Tahiti, 192-3.
  • Rohutu noanoa, paradise (Tahiti), 164.
  • Roiho, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • rokia, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Rongokako, in story of Mahu, 93; on board “Takitimu,” 93.
  • Rongomai, in karakia over sick man, 8; in rites of Kuiwai, 213; shattering of stone by magic, 84.
  • Rongomatane, in dramatic talk, 339.
  • Rongonui, concerning term ngahuru, 174. See also Ro'onvi.
  • Rongo-patahi, on board “Takitimu,” 88.
  • Rongorongo, introduction of kumara, 203.
  • Ro'onui (Rongonui) night of moon, Tahiti, 195.
  • Rongo-ueroa, in geneal., 74.
  • Ropiha, Hori, arrival of Mahu and Pou in N.Z., 73.
  • rorofa, a tattoo-pattern, 5.
  • Roth, L., N. American garments, 126, 129; wrapped twine work and taniko, 146.
  • Roto-a-Tara, Te, in story of Te Huhuti, 31.
  • Rotu, a form of Orotu, 75.
  • Rotuma, dolmens in, 238.
  • Rou, god of the winds, Tahiti, 162.
  • Rout, E., “Maori Symbolism,” 343.
  • Roy, J. B. death of, 178.
  • ruahine, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
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  • Rua-i-te-pukenga, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • rua kiore, rat pit-trap, 233.
  • Ruamahutonga, a variant of Mahutonga, 74.
  • Ruamano, magic formulæ, 83; symbol of buried in path of an enemy, 86.
  • Ruamatua, in karakia, 221.
  • Ruamatua-nui, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Ruapupu, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Ruarangi, in geneal., 74.
  • Ruatapui, in geneal., 35.
  • Ruatau, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Ruaumoko, concerning ngahuru, 174.
  • Ruaturuturu, concerning ngahuru, 174.
  • Ruauroa, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Ruawharo, principal tohunga on “Takitimu,” 87, 93; in story of Manaia, 212.
  • rupe, in rat-trap, 234.
  • Rurua-rau, in geneal., 35.
  • Rutland, J., his pit-dwellings, 330-1.
  • sacerdotal terms, Maori, 38, 154, 239, 333.
  • sacrifice, dolmens used, 237; on invocation of war-god, 205.
  • sage-brush bark poncho, etc., 125-6, 130.
  • Samoan shrines, 52.
  • San Cristoval, culture of, 59; dolmens at, 235.
  • sand, personifn. of, 241.
  • Santa Anna: tattooing of females, 1; local name and position, 5.
  • Santa Catalina: tattooing of females, 1; local name and position, 5.
  • schools of learning, 183.
  • science congress, Dunedin, 1926, 69.
  • scrub-hen, names of, 260.
  • sealskin, in Moriori clothing, 118, 119.
  • Seligman, C. G., Rivers Memorial Medal, 352; corres. member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • sextant used by Polynesians, 193.
  • Shand, A., Moriori clothing, 118, 120, 121.
  • ship - building in bronze - age (Sweden), 63.
  • sickness, Maori beliefs and ritual, 6; a high-class ritual, 7-10.
  • Sikiana: peopled by pure Polynesians, 4; position and population, 5.
  • Sinclair, W. A., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • Skinner, H. D., adze-forms and celts of S.E. Asia, 56; Hector Award, 69; dolmens in Espiritu Santo, 235; material culture of Moriori, 117.
  • slave, might be tattooed, 167.
  • Smith, S. P., course from Ahuahu to N.Z., 190; Moriori clothing, 121.
  • social unit among Maori, 262.
  • Solanum aviculare. See poroporo.
  • Solanum nigrum. See poroporo.
  • Solomon Islands. See Santa Anna, Santa Catalina.
  • Somes Isld. See Matiu.
  • song. See waiata, tangi.
  • Somrong-sen, excavations at, 176.
  • soul, beliefs regarding, San Cristoval, 60, 61; journeying of (Tahiti), 164.
  • Southern Cross, known as Mahutonga, 74.
  • Speiser, dolmens at Malikolo, 236.
  • spirit, shape of, San Cristoval, 60.
  • spiritual beliefs in San Cristoval, 60.
  • Stewart's Islands. See Sikiana.
  • Stilts of Tama-te-kapua, 201-2.
  • Stokes, J. F. G., development of technique, clothing, 132; no dolmens in Hawaii, 238; sketch of Lananu'u, 51.
  • stone artifacts of unknown use. See artifacts.
  • stone figure, carved, N.Z., 150.
  • string figures, Marquesas, 67.
  • stone platforms, Marquesas, 68.
  • sua, Nogugu name of dolmen, 236.
  • sun, Tane a personifn., 240.
  • Sunday Isld. (Rangitahua), a calling-place of Polynesian voyagers, 197.
  • sun-glade, is Te Ara whanui a Tane, 240.
  • susu, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • syllabic division of words, Hawaiian, 250.
  • Taewa. See Taewha.
  • Taewha, came in “Takitimu,” 75; full name Taewha-a-rangi, 88; Taewa an incorrect form, 88; superior version of story of Mahu and Taewha, 73.
  • Taewha-a-rangi. See Taewha.
  • tags, evolution of, 135.
  • Taha'a, full name Taha'a-nui-marae-atea, 39.
  • Taheke-nui, in karakia, 219.
  • Tahekeroa, way to underworld, 240; in karakia, 219.
  • Tahere-aka, place near Ohura, 224.
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  • Tahiti: legends and beliefs, “Marehurehu…”, 162; date of voyage to N.Z., 194.
  • tahito, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Tahito-kuru-maranga and Taoputa-puta, story, 315.
  • Tahito-tarere, in geneal., 35.
  • tahoka, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • Tahora-nui-a-Ruatau, light of day, 38.
  • Tahora-nui-atea, term to denote ocean, 38.
  • Tahu as prefix in names, 41.
  • Tahu, in geneal., 35.
  • Tahuaroa, name applied to the earth and ocean, 39; site of Hawaiki nui o Maruaroa, 240.
  • Tahu-makaka, cardinal point, 40; in karakia, 221.
  • Tahu-makaka-nui, cardinal point, 40; in karakia, 326.
  • Tahu-matakaka, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Tahu-matarua-nui, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Tahu-mawake-nui, cardinal point, 40.
  • Tahupare, brother of Manaia, 216.
  • tahurangi, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Taikehu, in story of Manaia, 212.
  • Tainui, time of sailing for N.Z., 195.
  • tainui, origin of, 189.
  • Tai-popoia, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • tairanga, a paddle, 243.
  • Tairi-a-kohu, the mist-maid, 240.
  • taitai, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Tai-whetuki, te wananga o, 21.
  • Takaha, in geneal., 35.
  • Takahi, in story of Mahu, 90.
  • Takaotu, son of Haemata, 92.
  • Takerau, child of Kiri-pirau, 225.
  • Takerei, a youth killed at Ohura, 224.
  • “Takitimu,” chief men on board, 87-8, 93.
  • Tamaira, in geneal., 35.
  • Tama-i-whakarukerukea, in geneal., 35.
  • Tama-i-waho, magic formulæ, 83; blasting of tree by magic, 84; in rites, 213.
  • Tamakaka, in story of Mahu, 84.
  • Tama-noho-rangi, in geneal, of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Tama-nui-te-ra, in tangi, 153.
  • Tamarau Waiari, memory of, 183.
  • Tamarere, killed in fight Tauwhare-puru, 230.
  • tamaru, a weather term, 245.
  • Tamataki, in story of Mahu, 88.
  • Tamatea nights, winds of, 74; rough at sea, 195.
  • Tamatea-niho-makuru, birth, 316.
  • Tamatea-nui, in story of Manaia, 212.
  • Tamatea-rehe, white magic, 321.
  • Tama-te-kapua, nature of tree robbed by, 201.
  • Tama-te-uira, personifn, of lightning, 240.
  • tamawahine, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • tamoe, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • ta moko, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • Tane, in karakia over sick man, 9; concerning term ngahuru, 174; Hui-te-rangiora a “house” of, 240; life-giving waters of, 7; night of moon, Tahiti, 195.
  • Tane-matua, in karakia, 326.
  • Tane-nui-a-Rangi, concerning term ngahuru, 174; in story of Mahu, 84.
  • Tanerau, killed Tiopira, 226-7.
  • Tane-te-waiora, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Tangaroa, Hui - te - ananui a “house” of, 240.
  • Tangaroa-whatu-moana and name Fatu, 163.
  • tangi; first lines:
  • Maori:
  • E tama ma i roto o Heretau-nga ra-e-i, 108.
  • Nei ka noho i te uranga o te ra, 153.
  • Tangi-moana, house of family of Manaia, 212.
  • taniko, development, 140.
  • Tangaroa-whakamau-tai, magic formulæ, 83; symbol buried in path of enemy, 86.
  • ta ngutu, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154, 155.
  • Tao-putaputa and Tahito-kuru-maranga, story, 315.
  • tapairu, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Taperewai, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • tapitapi, Santa Anna and Santa Catalina, 1.
  • tapu, meaning of word, 12, 166, 186; of dead and their resting-places, 7.
  • Tapuae-nikau pa, reservation of, 263.
  • Tapu-te-ranga, the four-way spirit-house at (see Whare-kura, etc.), 240.
  • Taraia, origin of name, 33.
  • Tarai-whenua-kura, fight between Ngatoro' and Manaia, 216.
  • Tareahi, an adept attending Te Moana-nui, 7.
  • taro brought to N.Z., 203.
  • taruaitu. See Ao taruaitu, Mara-matanga taruaitu.
- 371
  • Tatainga-o-te-rangi, in geneal., 316.
  • Tatau-uru-ora, moon of sailing for N.Z., from Tahiti, 194.
  • Tatau-urutahi, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • tattooing: not sacred or magical, 167; of young woman's lips, 168; of Easter Island women, 168; a personal decoration, 168; t. of females on Santa Anna, 1; only of use on light skin, 4; patterns named after natural objects, 3-4; weals take its place on dark skin, 4; a history of (Hambly), 166.
  • taua, title applied to person of high rank, 76.
  • Tauhou, in story of Mahu, 88.
  • tauira, a floor in ancient marae, 52 note.
  • taumanu, an omen, 246.
  • taumata, stone image, 152.
  • taumata, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • Taumatatahi, bone pendant from, 175.
  • taupatiti, obsolete name of iri rite, 320.
  • taupito, a tattoo-pattern, 2, 3.
  • Taura, in geneal., 35.
  • Tauranga-whaitiri,. a stream in story of Manaia, 213.
  • Tauri, W. H. Te, member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • tautai, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Tauwhare-puru raid, incident, 230.
  • taveru, garment, of Rapa, 133-4.
  • tawai, name of rat, 233.
  • tawhaka-taumata, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • Tawhaki, connected with lightning, 240.
  • Tawhiri-matea, magic formulæ, 83; in karakia, 9.
  • tawhiti kiore, spring rat-trap, 233.
  • Tawhitinui, in lament, 201.
  • Tawhiuwhiu, landing-place of Hauanga-roa, 213.
  • Tawiri, in geneal. of Mahutonga, 75.
  • Teit, Jas., clothing technique of Indians, Brit. Columbia, 125.
  • Tekoteko, friend of Topine, 225.
  • telepathy, shewn in love-charm, 318.
  • temples in Polynesia, 47.
  • Ten kate, dolmen distribution, 235. tests. See ordeals.
  • “Threshold of the Pacific,” 58.
  • Tihi-o-Manono meeting-place of dead at (see Poutere-rangi), 240.
  • Tikaka-muturangi, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • tikei, new meaning, 336.
  • Tiki, so-called “death” of, 240.
  • tiki from Mexico, 351.
  • Tikitiki o Rangi, in karakia over sick man, 8, 18.
  • Tikopian vocabulary, 267.
  • Timu-whakairia, on board “Takitimu,” 93.
  • Tini o Matangi-nui; Tini o Mataruawai, the wind children, 334.
  • Tinirau, a whale, 213.
  • Tiopira, killed after Ohura fight, 226.
  • tipua, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • tipua, Ahi a te, sacerdotal term, 155.
  • tirehurehu, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • tirere, new meaning, 336.
  • Tiritiri-o-te-moana, term for ocean, 39.
  • Titiatonga, brother of Manaia, 216.
  • titi autahi, in legend of Mahu, 77.
  • Titirangi, village of Tamatea-nui, 212.
  • Tiunga-rangi, in karakia, 326.
  • Tobin, L. L. U., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • toetoe leaves in ceremonies, 213.
  • Tohoropunga, in dramatic talk, 339.
  • tohua, of the Marquesas, 68.
  • Toi-huarewa, spirit path, 240.
  • Toi Kairakau, origin of name, 184, 202.
  • tokihi, a wind, 245.
  • Toko, as prefix in names, 41.
  • Toko-huru-atea, cardinal point, 40.
  • Toko-huru-mawake, cardinal point, 40.
  • Toko-huru-nuku, cardinal point, 40.
  • Toko-huru-rangi, cardinal point, 40.
  • toko, signifying wind (see Huru-te-arangi), 239.
  • Tokomaru school of learning, 183-4.
  • Tonga-huruhuru, a wind, 74.
  • Tongan shrines, 53.
  • Tonga-nui-katea, parent of winds, 42.
  • Tonga-taupuru, a wind, 74.
  • tohunga, meaning of word, 166.
  • Topine Te Mamaku and Te Kere, fight, 223.
  • torea, rat pit-trap, 233.
  • Toroa, in story of Mahu, 78.
  • toroiti, part of rat-trap, 231, 234.
  • torongu, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • toropana, part of rat-trap, 231, 234.
  • totemistic beliefs, San Cristoval, 62.
  • tradition in Polynesian research, 181.
  • trussing of dead body, 13.
  • tu'a, Marquesas, 48.
  • tuakaha, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Tuanuku, name of earth, 39.
  • Tucopia. See Tikopia.
  • Tuhaeremoa, fight of vengeance for, 230.
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  • Tuhiata, attendant of Mahu, 80.
  • Tuhoro, in story of Manaia, 213.
  • Tuhorouta, in geneal., 316.
  • Tukai-whakarongo-mina, symbol of buried in path of an enemy, 86; in ceremony of witchcraft, 89.
  • tukohu. See kohu.
  • tukupara, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Tu-matauenga, magic formulæ 83.
  • tumuwhenua, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Tuna, in dramatic talk, 339.
  • Tunuiarangi, white magic, 320.
  • Tunui-a-te-ika, in karakia over sick man, 8; in rites, 204; magic formulæ, 83.
  • Tunui-o-te-ika, in certain rites, 213.
  • Tupai, a tohunga on “Takitimu,” 87, 93.
  • tupopoto, Ahi, a form of store, 155.
  • Turangi, in story of Mahu, 89.
  • Turi, captain of “Aotea,” 196; introducn. of karaka, 197-9; built “Matangirei,” 183.
  • Turongo-rau, concerning term ngahuru, 174; house of Pawa, 212; an atua, 213.
  • Turuturu, in karakia over sick man, 9.
  • tussock grass, in rain-cloak, 111.
  • tute, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Tu-te-aniwaniwa, abode of Whirote-tipua, 240.
  • Tuteponganui, in dramatic talk, 338.
  • Tutere, in story of Mahu, 87.
  • Tutumaiao, mythical beings, 334.
  • Tuturiwheikoiko; Tuturiwhekoi, mythical beings, 334.
  • twelve, the number (ngahuru marua), 173-4.
  • Ue, Ahi a, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • Ue-kapuanui, in geneal., 316.
  • Uenga-nga-rangi, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • Uenuku, his tree (kuru, not poroporo) robbed, 201.
  • Uenuku, a warrior of Te Kere, 225.
  • Uenuku-kai-tangata, god of the whare maire, 83; slaying of a relative by magic, 84.
  • Ueroa, in geneal., 35.
  • Ue-tapeka, Ahi a, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • uhi-kaho (yam) in N.Z., 246.
  • uhipuni, a variant of ihupuni, 94.
  • uhunga, a body of mourners, 13.
  • Uira te waho, Te, in geneal., 35.
  • Ulunui (=Urunui), Fenton's reference, 65.
  • umu, new meaning, 243.
  • umuroa, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • underworld fire, personifn., 241.
  • Unea, dolmen at, 235.
  • 'unua, significance of word, 61.
  • unuhanga arawhata, ancient Maori custom, 70.
  • Upoko-poito, in story of Mahu, 88.
  • Ur, excavations of Babylonian town, 65, 66.
  • uru, in Maori and Babylonian usage, 64, 65.
  • Uruahi, in geneal., 316.
  • urukehu, albinos, 161.
  • Uru-te-ngangana, in karakia, 219.
  • Uruwhenua, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • utu, recent instance, 71-72.
  • vahi tapu. See oracle-house.
  • Vaile, H. E., carved stone figure, 150.
  • Vavau, dramatic talk, 339.
  • vegetable growth, Hine-rau-wharangi personifn. of, 239.
  • veru. See weru.
  • voyage to N.Z. from Tahiti, date of, 194; sailing directions and time of year, 198.
  • vocabulary. See linguistics.
  • voyaging, deep sea, atua assisting, 239.
  • wahi tapu. See oracle-house.
  • waiata; first lines:
  • Maori:
  • Tangi mai e kui ma, e koro ma, kia nui te mihi mai, 99.
  • Kihai au, e hine. I kite te ringa makohakoha.…, 109.
  • See also karakia, tangi.
  • Wai-korora, stream at Te Kanihinihi, 212.
  • Waikura-a-rangi, village of Uenuku, 212.
  • Waimako, Te, monster at, 75.
  • waimate, aroaro, unrecorded word, 156.
  • Wai-pakihi, in story of Mahu, 78.
  • Wai-pureku, home of Te Moananui, 7.
  • Wai-rarapa, notes on moa, 36.
  • Wairoa, a place in story of Mahu, 90.
  • Wairoa, The Story of Old, Lambert, 159.
  • Wai-te-wawa, in story of Manaia, 216.
  • Wai-te-wiwi, in story of Manaia, 216.
  • Wakapakani, in geneal., 35.
  • Wallace, J. N., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • wananga o Tai-whetuki, Te, 21.
  • war, ritual formulæ, 204.
  • Ward Island. See Makaro.
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  • weather-signs: cirrus cloud, 75.
  • wefene-tapitapi, female tattooers, 1.
  • Wekanui, a traditional moa, 37.
  • Welsh, R. D., death of, 178.
  • welcome. See address, forms of.
  • weru, an old Polynesian word for clothing, 123.
  • weruweru, Moriori name for mat-clothing, 118.
  • whakaau, unrecorded word, 157.
  • whakaene, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • whakahoki, Ahi. sacerdotal term, 155.
  • Whakaki, place in story of Mahu, 80, 90.
  • whakaiho, new meaning, 336.
  • whakamatiti, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • whakanoho, Ahi, syn. Tupopoto, 155.
  • Whakaotirangi and introducn. of kumara, 202-3.
  • whakapua, Ahi, smoke signalling, 154.
  • Whakaruamoko, in karakia, 219.
  • whakatau, in war-ritual, 206.
  • whakatau, Ahi, sacerdotal term, 154.
  • whakatauki: connected with term ngahuru, 173.
  • whakatauki:
  • Maori:
  • he rau ringa e oti ai, 38.
  • ma tini, ma mano ka rapa te whai, 38.
  • whakatauki; Maori translated:
  • Many hands make light work, 38.
  • Whakauru-rangi, house of Tamatea-nui, 212.
  • whana, part of rat-trap, 234.
  • Whanau-marama, light-giving off-spring, 6.
  • Whanau puhi, wind children, 334.
  • Whanga-nui-a-Tara, in story of Mahu, 93.
  • Whanga-nui-o-Orotu, name of Napier Harbour, 75.
  • Whanga-nui-o-Rotu, place in story of Mahu, 92.
  • Whangara, district of Tamatea-nui, 212.
  • Wharariki, occupied by Topine, 224.
  • Whare-kura, the four-way spirit house, 240.
  • whare maire, place where magic was taught, 83.
  • Wharepatari, concerning term ngahuru, 174.
  • whata, significance of, 47.
  • Whatahoro, concerning term ngahuru, 175.
  • Whatonga, in geneal., 74; came to N.Z., 184.
  • Whatu. See Fatu.
  • Whatu-i-apiti, Te (Te Whatu), story of Te Huhuti, 31; in geneal., 35.
  • Whatukura, in farewell speech, 11.
  • whekaro, new word, 44.
  • Whetuki, division of underworld, 41.
  • Whiro-te-tipua, his abode is Tu-te-aniwaniwa, 240.
  • White, J., Moriori clothing, 118.
  • Wihapi, W. K., member of Pol. Soc., 263.
  • Wilkes, Maori fowling, 233.
  • Williams, H. W., A Tikopian vocabulary, 267; review of Hawaiian dictionary, 248.
  • Wilson, A., a tale of utu, 1846, 71.
  • wind children, Huru-te-arangi an ancestor, 239. See Tini o Matarangi-nui.
  • winds, names of, 40, 74.
  • winiwini, a cold wind, 245.
  • Wissler, C., clothing technique, 125; visited Australia, 263.
  • words, not in published dictionaries. See linguistics.
  • working bee (ohu) on kumara-field, 256.
  • wota, Epi name of dolmens, 236.
  • yam, introd. into N.Z., but died out, 256.
  • Yate, W., Maori fowling, 233.

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