Volume 36 1927 > Index to Vol. 36, p 403-420
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- 403 INDEX TO VOL. 36.
  • Aboiai, in story of lizard, Bwai-doga, 326.
  • Adams, J. C., memorial window to Henare Taratoa, 401.
  • Adelaide Public Library, new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Adifolova, woman in Bwaidoga story, 161.
  • adzes, greenstone, large, 74.
  • Afuyoi, dog in Bwaidoga story, 146.
  • Ahio, in kava-ring, 23, 24, 38.
  • Ahoeitu, the first Tu'i Tonga, 36.
  • Ahome'e, in kava ceremonies, 46.
  • Ahoriki, attendant of Kupe, 265.
  • Ahu, as an island name, 128-133, 296; an abbreviation, 131; also known as Tuhua, 131. See also Maitea.
  • Ahuahu, an island in the story of Manaia, 131, 132; name applied to Mercury Is., 132. See also Maitea.
  • ahuru, new word, 284.
  • Aibua, canoe in Bwaidoga story, 167.
  • aihumoana, a wind name, 283.
  • akaaka, new word, 283.
  • Akauiro, a water-spring at Raro-tonga, 123.
  • Akitio, origin of name, 261; a greenstone weapon, 261.
  • Allan, J., new member, 402.
  • alofi, circle of chiefs in kava-ring, 25.
  • alphabet, for Melanesian languages, 79.
  • ama, or amatiatia, float of outrigger, 363.
  • American Indians and Polynesians, common origin, 205.
  • amokura, patron of, 290.
  • Ana-o-Rongomaipapa, fight at, 367.
  • Ana-puta, origin of name, 272.
  • Andersen, H., new member Pol. Soc., 85, elected secretary, 86.
  • Andersen, J. C., fish-gorges, or shell-fish extractors, or spillikins? 287; editorship of Journal, 301.
  • Anderson, R. A., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • angi, new word, 283.
  • Ania-ariki, chiefess of Irihia, 346.
  • Aniwaniwa, in geneal., 259.
  • aniwaniwa, lunar or solar halo, 344.
  • Aokapua, a place on east side of Rarotonga, 124.
  • Aokapua-te-rangi, a home of thunder, 378.
  • aomarama, new word, 283.
  • Aonui, and migration of Mt. Egmont, 137.
  • Aopotango, and migration of Mt. Egmont, 137.
  • Aopouri, and migration of Mt. Egmont, 137.
  • Aorangi, a place at Rarotonga, 123; the range of that name was named after the canoe of Tu-rangi-marama, 123.
  • Aorangi, the name of the canoe of Turangi-marama, 123.
  • aoroa, new word, 285.
  • aotea, greenstone, Hine-aotea the personified form, 377.
  • Aowhekere, and migration of Mt. Egmont, 137.
  • Aowhetuma, and migration of Mt. Egmont, 137.
  • Aparangi, wife of Kupe, geneal., 266, 267, 273.
  • Aputahi-a-paoa (or pawa), personified form of thunder, 378.
  • Arai-te-tonga, the marae of Kari-ka at Rarotonga, 124; Araitonga in one version, 124.
  • Araitonga, a home of Karika at Rarotonga, 123; Arai-te-tonga in Rarotonga, 126.
  • Arapuni Gorge, rock-shelter drawings, 369.
  • Arawa Trust Board, new member, 300.
  • Archey, G., greenstone pendant, 72; rock shelter drawings, Ara-puni, 369.
  • ari, a food of Irihia, 330, 332, 335, 337.
  • aroaroa, new word, 283.
  • Arosi dictionary, publication, 402.
  • arowhata, new form, 283.
  • artifacts, Maori: carved a. From Rijks Museum, Leiden, and Beasley collection, 206.
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  • carved feeding-funnel, 73.
  • greenstone pendant representing a sea-monster, 72.
  • notched “spool,” 73.
  • tools found at Pipikaritu beach, 292.
  • waka-huia in Peabody Museum, 366.
  • Ata, on kava ceremonial, 22; in ring, 25.
  • atahu, a charm, 262.
  • Ata Mataila, of Tonga, 29, 30, 38, 39.
  • Atia-nui-ariki, brother of Ngana-te-ariki, 346.
  • Atia-te-varinganui, old homeland, 332.
  • “Atlas der Volkerkunde,” review, 387.
  • auhunga, greenstone, Hine-auhu-nga the personified form, 377.
  • Auiti, settled at Rarotonga, 123, 129.
  • Au-ki-iti, the name of a canoe of Karika, 125.
  • Au-ki-tonga, a name of the canoe of Karika, 126.
  • aumoe, new word, 283.
  • Au-o-tonga, the name of a canoe of Karika, 125.
  • Auroa, personified form of comet, 378.
  • auroki, new word, 283.
  • Austral Islands, historic monuments, etc. See Tahiti.
  • Autonga, name of the canoe of Ngake, 123.
  • Avaiki-te-varinga, voyage to, 332.
  • Avana, spring from Vaikokopu diverted to, 126.
  • Avarua. See Awarua.
  • Awa. See Tinī o Awa.
  • awa, new word, 283.
  • Awabaima, locality in Bwaidoga story, 165.
  • Awaitaia, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • awakari, new word, 283.
  • Awapururu, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • Awariki, passed by Karika on route to Rarotonga, 123.
  • Awarua, the home Te Auiti, 123; on northern side of Rarotonga, 123; the Rarotonga Avarua, 125.
  • Baillie, H., elected to Council Pol. Soc., 86.
  • Ballantyne, A. See Jenness, D., and Ballantyne, A.
  • Balneavis, H. R. H., elected to Council Pol. Soc., 86.
  • Banks, Sir Joseph, metal mere for New Zealand, 297.
  • baptismal rite, 239, 241.
  • bark cloth, review of book on, 76.
  • Beasley, H. G., burial chests, 84; carved artifacts, 206; metal mere, 297.
  • beauty, female, Maori idea of, 239.
  • Belebele, locality in Bwaidoga story, 163, 305, 310.
  • Best, E., discovery and settlement of Rarotonga, 122; “Games and Pastimes of the Maori,” and “The Pa Maori,' reviews, 197; Hau and Wairaka, 260; honorific terms, sacerdotal expressions, etc., 290, 376; “Irihia, the Polynesian Homeland,” 330; inscribed stones, Taranaki, 135, 137; Journal, editorship, 301; “Rau-mahora and Takarangi,” 239; word-lists, 141, 283, 372.
  • birds, as weather-signs, 344.
  • birds, tapu, Huru-te-arangi the patron of, 290; also Rakamao-mao, 290.
  • bittern. See Matuku.
  • Bolubolu, locality in Bwaidoga story, 168.
  • Borabora, old name of, 296.
  • Boudoir Is., see Maitea.
  • bow, as weapon, 192; see kopere, new word, 143.
  • Bowie, D., new member, 301.
  • Bowring, W. A., picture in episode of Raumahora, 250.
  • Brandstetter, Dr., Indonesian dictionary, 301.
  • brass patu brought by Cook, 84, 297.
  • breadfruit, magic, Bwaidoga, 316.
  • Brothers Rocks, see Whatu-kaipo-nu.
  • Brown, D., method of taking weka, 298-9.
  • Brown, J. M., “Peoples and Problems of the Pacific,” review of, 379.
  • burial chests, in Europe, 84.
  • Bwaidoga, folklore: the moon and the sun, 48; the vilaga, 49; the prawn and the frog, or the origin of death, 50; the caterpillar, 51; the kangaroo and the turtle, 52; the heron, 53; the Torres Strait pigeon, 55; the snake, 59; Tomofouma, 61; Ulefifiku, 62; Ineyalawata, or the magic nuts, 63; the origin of vegetation, 66; the two maidens, 67; the snake and the cockatoo,
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  • 69; a story of the olden time, Lunainaiya, 145; Kewala and Wiwia, or the two parrots, 147; the origin of cultivation, 207; the origin of taro, 228; the origin of the coco-nut, 303, 307; thunder and lightning, 311; the story of the magic breadfruit, 316; the monitor lizard, 323.
  • Bwaidoga, language, mythology, and songs, 48, 145, 207, 303.
  • cannibalism, in tradition, 330, 336.
  • canoe, outrigger in New Zealand and Tahiti, 363.
  • Carrol, T., new member, 300.
  • carved artifacts. See artifacts.
  • carved rocks, Taranaki, 135, 137.
  • Castle Point. See Rangi-whakao-ma.
  • caterpillar, in Bwaidogan lore, 51.
  • ceremonial, kava c. in Tonga, 21.
  • charm, calling fish to help Hau, 270; fly used in charm, 269; c. to make woman complaisant, 262; c. turning woman to stone, 272.
  • chert. See waiapu.
  • chewing of kava, 27.
  • childbirth, deities invoked, 334; Hine-korako a deity of, 376.
  • Churchward, S., “A New Samoan Grammar,” review, 194.
  • “Clash of Culture and the Contact of Races,” review, 386.
  • “clutching” a remark, 249.
  • Coates, J. G. (as Prime Minister), hon. member, 301.
  • cockatoo, in Bwaidogan lore, 69.
  • coco-nut, origin (Bwaidoga), 303.
  • Collocott, E. E. V., Kava ceremonial in Tonga, 21.
  • comet, personified forms of, 378.
  • Cook, Capt. J., brass patu, 84; ref. to list of drawings and engravings, 294; and place of death, etc., 295.
  • cormorant. See kawau.
  • courtesy to inferiors, 243-4.
  • crow. See kokako.
  • cultivation, story of origin, 207, 217.
  • cups in kava-drinking, names of, 42.
  • Currie, E. A., new member, 301.
  • day, personification of, 378.
  • dead, abodes of chosen, 339-340.
  • death, origin of in Bwaidogan lore, 50.
  • decayed things, eaten by weka and kiwi, 272.
  • Delamere, W., new member, 402.
  • Denmark, Ethnographic Dept., National Museum, new member, 300.
  • divinatory rites, stones for, 138-9.
  • Dobu, locality in Bwaidoga story, 162.
  • dog, omens from, 344.
  • duck. See parera.
  • Duncan, H. R., resigned from Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Duncan, R., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • earthmounds in Samoa, 118.
  • eel-pots, made from bark, 299.
  • Egmont, its rock-guide on route from Taupo, 137.
  • 'eiki, term for “noble,” Tonga, 30.
  • Eitumatupua, progenitor of Laua-ki, 36.
  • Elvy, W. J., “Te Rae o te Kara-ka,” a pa in Queen Charlotte Sound, 367.
  • errors in illustrations of Maori scenes, illus., 250.
  • Epa, a kind of thunder-storm, 378.
  • etahi, new word, 285.
  • evening, personification of, 378.
  • fahu, term of relationship, Tonga, 30-1.
  • Faiava, locality in Bwaidoga story, 163.
  • fair-haired and fair-skinned beings, offspring of Tangaroa, Hine-korako, and others, 376.
  • fairy, origin of idea, 384-5.
  • faka-fale-puipui, ceremonial, 36.
  • Fakahina, ref. to history of, 295.
  • faka-nui-fonua, method of straining kava, 38.
  • fakataputapu, invocation at kava-drinking, 32.
  • Fale Fisi, in kava-ring, 24.
  • Falesau, erection of earth-mound in Samoa, 120.
  • Faoa, in installation ceremony, 39.
  • fasi, part of kava-ring, 25.
  • feeding-funnel from Hokianga, 73; carved, 206.
  • female beauty, Maori idea of, 239.
  • Fie-lakepa, in kava-ring, 24.
  • Finau, of Mariner (Tonga), 22.
  • fingers, Maori names for, 298; counting lines of descent on, 298.
  • fires, tapu, in ceremonies, 263.
  • Firth, R., life member, 300.
  • fish-gorges, or spillikins? 287.
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  • fish-hook made with quartzite tools, 181-2.
  • Fisi. See Fale Fisi.
  • Fitiiuta, retreat of Tuiafiso and Falesau, 120.
  • flea, unknown to pre-pakeha Maori, 78.
  • fly, used in charm, 269.
  • folklore. See Bwaidoga, folklore.
  • fono, food with kava, 28.
  • food of Irihia, 335, 336.
  • Fotofili, brother of ancestor of Niukapu, 24.
  • Fox's Arosi dictionary, publication, 402.
  • frog, in Bwaidogan lore, 50.
  • fuakava, origin of word, 45.
  • Fwefwe, mountain in Bwaidoga, 235.
  • Galuata, place in origin of coconut, 308.
  • Galuwata, in story of origin of cultivation, 207, 217; origin of taro, 228, 233.
  • games, spillikins a Maori game? 287.
  • “Games and Pastimes of the Maori,” review, 197.
  • Garber, W. W., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Gate pa, memorial window to Henare Taratoa, 401.
  • George Tupou I, of Tonga, 21, 25.
  • Gifford, E. W., new member, 402.
  • gifts, ceremonious making of, 245.
  • Gillespie, O. N., new member, 300.
  • Gonawewa, in story of monitor lizard, Bwaidoga, 327.
  • Goodenough Island. See Bwaidoga.
  • gorges. See fish-gorges.
  • Graham, G., carved feeding-funnel, 206.
  • gravel, Hinetuakirikiri the person., 291.
  • greenstone, personified forms of, Hine-auhunga and others, 377; Poutini the guardian, 291.
  • greenstone folk, Tauirakarapa the origin, 291.
  • greywacke. See karā.
  • guardians of universe, Poutiriao, 291.
  • Gulumeta, in origin of taro, 237.
  • Gumai, name in story of origin of cultivation, 207, 217.
  • Ha'a, titular prefix of Havea, etc. (Ha'a Havea), which see.
  • ha'amo, in kava-drinking ceremonies, 43.
  • Haemata, name of a weapon, 246.
  • Haeora, a ritual stone, 140.
  • Haere-awaawa, orig. of weka, 290.
  • Haere-taua, migration of, 346.
  • hakana, new word, 284.
  • hako 'eiki, term of relationship, Tonga, 31.
  • hakuwai (hokioi), a bird, patron of, 290.
  • Halcombe, B., new member, 301.
  • Halaevalu Mata'aho, of Tonga, 25.
  • Halakitaua, ancestor of Niukapa, 24.
  • Hambruch, P., Oceanische Rinden-stoffe, 76.
  • Hammond, T. G., carved stones at Rahotu, 138.
  • Handy, E. S. C., “Polynesian Religion,” review, 200.
  • Hangatahua, and arrival of Mt. Egmont, 138.
  • Haomoana, net of Tapuarau, 347.
  • harau, new meaning, 284.
  • Hau and Wairaka, 260, 266.
  • hau mapu, a fair easterly wind, 340, 341.
  • Haunui-a-Aparangi, story of Hau and Wairaka, 260; in geneal., 267, 273.
  • Hau-nui-a-Nanaia, a voyager, 260, 262, 268; geneal., 267, 273.
  • Haunui-a-papara'i, of Tahiti, 260.
  • Haupipi, story of Hau and Wairaka, 260.
  • Haupuhi, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • Hautaku-ariki, son of Ngana-te-ariki, 331, 348.
  • Havai'i (Hawai'i, Hawaiki), old name of Ra'iatea, 296.
  • Havea, of Tonga, 22; in kava-ring, 24.
  • Hawaii, hist. of, by Kuykendall, 76.
  • Hawaii, known as Waihi, 128.
  • Hawaiki, name applied by Maori to Tahiti, 130, 132; also Hawaiki a Ruamatua, 133; in voyage of Kupe, 266; in voyage of Manaia, 296.
  • Hawaiki a Ruamatua. See Hawaiki.
  • Hawaiki-nui-a-Ruamatua, old name of Tahiti, 296.
  • Hawaiki-rangi, in tradition, 331, 335.
  • hawi. See tonga hawi.
  • heiau. See paehumu.
  • Heihana, a ritual stone, 140, 296.
  • Hemus, H. H., new member, 301.
  • Hēni, at Gate pa, 401.
  • Henry, Miss T., the names Maitea and Tuhua, 132.
  • herepu, new word, 284.
  • heron, in Bwaidogan lore, 53.
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  • hiawa, new word, 283.
  • hibiscus fibre for straining kava, 40.
  • hie, new word, 284.
  • Hihifo, principal seal of Tu'i Ka-nokupolu, 24, 38.
  • Hikurangi, a Ngati-Mamoe pa, 367.
  • hine, in Poly. linguistics, 380-1.
  • Hine-ahiahi, the evening-maid, 378.
  • Hineahu, came to New Zealand from Ahu, 131.
  • Hine-aotea, personified form of a greenstone, 377.
  • Hine-aotea (awatea), the day-maid, 378.
  • Hine-ata, the morning-maid, 378.
  • Hine-auhunga, personified form of a greenstone, 377.
  • Hine-huruhuru, personified form of glow-worm, 377.
  • Hinekaroro, origin of seagull, 290.
  • Hine-kawakawa, personified form of a greenstone, 377.
  • Hine-korako, form of the rainbow, 334, 343; the moon-maid, 376; atua of migrations, 122.
  • Hine-korito, the moon-maid, 376.
  • Hine-kotea, the moon-maid, 376.
  • Hine-makehu, the moon-maid, 376.
  • Hine-makohu-rangi, personification of mist, 333.
  • Hinemoana in karakia, 274; daugh. of Parawhenuamea, 291.
  • Hineoi, personification of volcanic disturbances, 138.
  • Hineone, personfn. of sand, 291.
  • Hineporete, ori. of parakeet, 290.
  • Hine-raumati, the summer-maid, 378.
  • Hinerauwiri, daugh. of Manaia, 131.
  • Hine-takurua, the winter-maid, 378.
  • Hine-tangiwai, personified form of a greenstone, 377.
  • Hinetara, origin of tern, 290.
  • Hinetauira, personification of unlucky stones, 291.
  • Hine-titama, dawn personified, 378.
  • Hinetuakirikiri, personified form of gravel, 291.
  • Hinetuahoanga, personified form of sandstone, 291.
  • Hinewairuakokako, origin of crow and pakura, 290.
  • Hinewairangi, aunt of Raumahora, 243.
  • Hine-whaitiri, personified form of thunder, 378.
  • Hivaoa, historic monuments, etc. See Tahiti.
  • hokai, boom of outrigger, 364.
  • Hokio, Hau at, 272.
  • hokioi. See hakuwai.
  • Holland, H. (as leader of Opposition), hon. member, 301.
  • Honoiwairua, locality in Irihia, 336; lore brought from, 133.
  • Honoura, the old name of Piko-piko-i-whiti, 133.
  • Horoika, in geneal., 273.
  • hotu, new word, 284.
  • hua-a-tai, a food of Irihia, 335.
  • Huahine, identity of island, 128; old names of, 296.
  • Huahua-te-aru, old name for Huahine, 296.
  • huapae, spars in vessels of tradition, 333, 342; in word-list, 283.
  • huia, patron of, 290.
  • huirore, new form, 284.
  • Hui-te-rangiora, a voyager, 129, 331; in geneal., 346.
  • Hurihuri, in story of Raumahora, 246.
  • huripoki, awning, 342; in word-list, 283.
  • Hurumanu, origin and personified form of sea-birds, 290.
  • Hurunuku-atea, north wind personified, 339.
  • Huru te arangi, progenitor of winds, and patron of tapu birds, 290.
  • identification, means of, 262.
  • Ihu-papangarua, paddle of Popoto, 262, 268.
  • Ilott, J. M. A., elected to Council, 301.
  • Imolu, village of Thunder and Lightning, 313.
  • implements, quartzite, 180.
  • Imula, locality in Bwaidoga story, 168.
  • Inawhenua, name of the weapon of Karika, 124; also Ninaenua, 127.
  • Indonesian dictionary, Dr. Brand-stetter, 301.
  • Ineyalawata, in Bwaidogan lore, 63, 145.
  • installation ceremonies, Tonga, 38.
  • Io, and ceremonies in Irihia, 335; see also Poutiriao and Whatu-kura.
  • Ira, home at Ahuahu, 132.
  • iramutu of Kupe, 267.
  • Irawhaki-ariki, in geneal., 347.
  • Irihia, homeland of Polynesians, 330.
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  • Iringaniu, a tapu wand of Kupe, 267.
  • Irirangi, a name of Irihia, 334.
  • Itiakaraua. See Itiakau.
  • Itiakau, a place on n.e. side of Rarotonga, 124, 129; also Itia-rakau; Itiakaraua probably a misprint, 127.
  • Itiarakau. See Itiakau.
  • Iwabu, in origin of taro, 237.
  • Iwi-o-atea, canoe of Hui-te-rangi-ora, 129, 332. See also Tuahiwi-o-atia.
  • jack-straws (spillikins), or fish-gorges? 287.
  • Jenness, D., and Ballantyne, Rev. A., “Language Mythology, and Songs of Bwaidoga,” 48, 145, 207, 303.
  • kaea, new word, 141.
  • kaha, new word, 141.
  • kahaparu, a pet fish of Kupe, 265
  • kahia a toa, curious form, 285.
  • Kahukura, atua of migrations, 122.
  • Kahukura-a-tai, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • kahupapa, new meaning, 373.
  • Kahuparauri. See Parauri.
  • kahurangi, term of rank, 286.
  • kai fono, term of relationship, Tonga, 30.
  • kaikai, new word, 286.
  • kaikape, new word, 143.
  • kaimakamaka, new word, 374.
  • Kaimirumiru, destroyed by Mt. Egmont, 138.
  • kaipapa, a wind name, 284, 340.
  • kaipara, new word, 141.
  • Kaiponu, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • kaitau, new word, 142.
  • Kaiwabu, man in Bwaidoga story, 162.
  • kaiwaka, a tree, 286.
  • kaiwharawhara, new word, 375.
  • kaiwhatu, new word, 142.
  • kaka, Tumataika origin and personification of, 290.
  • kaka, new word, 144.
  • kakara, new meaning, 373.
  • kakariki, new meaning, 141.
  • kākāwairiki, new meaning, 373.
  • kakerangi, new meaning, 373.
  • kakere, new word, 374.
  • Kalaniwalu, of Tonga, 21.
  • Kamoto, descent of, 37.
  • kanae, meaning of word, 239.
  • kangaroo, in Bwaidogan lore, 52.
  • Kaniaba, locality in Bwaidoga story, 162.
  • Kanokupolu, of Tonga, 21; installation of, 38.
  • kanone, new word, 374.
  • kaokao, new meaning, 375.
  • kapakapa, new word, 375.
  • kaparoa, new word, 374.
  • kapiro, new word, 374.
  • Kapukava, in kava-ring, 25.
  • Kaputa. See Kokaputa.
  • karā (greywacke), Whatuaho the origin, 291.
  • Karaerae, a vessel of migration, 347, 348.
  • karaho, new meaning, 285.
  • Karaka, Ngati-Mamoe chief of Queen Charlotte Sound, 367.
  • karakia: Maori—
  • He ihinga nui, he ihinga matua nou … 273.
  • Heuea ki runga, heuea ki tuara … 274.
  • Ka tito au, ka tito au … a Kupe, 276.
  • karapi, new word, 142.
  • karangi, new word, 374.
  • kărărī, new meaning, 373.
  • karearea, new word, 373.
  • Karehana, on word komako-huariki, 264.
  • karihi, new word, 375.
  • Karika, grandparent of Rangatira, 123; gave name Tumu-te-waro-waro to Rarotonga, 123; his wife was sister of Tangihia, 123-4.
  • karioi, new meaning, 373.
  • karipiripi, new meaning, 373.
  • karoro, Hinekaroro the origin of, 290.
  • kata, a food of Irihia, 335.
  • katamu, new word, 286.
  • katara, new word, 374.
  • katuhituhi, a bird, 286.
  • kau, new word, 142.
  • Kaua, the wife of Mo'okura, 125. See Kauwae.
  • kauae muri, new word, 374.
  • kauamo, new word, 143.
  • kauere, new meaning, 372.
  • kauere, new meaning, 372.
  • Kau Fale-fa, privileged in kava parties, 41, 42.
  • kauheke. new word, 144.
  • kauhikahika, new meaning, 372.
  • kauhora, new word, 143.
  • kauhuri, new meaning, 373.
  • kaukaurangi, new meaning, 373.
  • Kaukauya, in tale of snake and cockatoo, 69.
  • kauhika, new word, 286.
  • kaunga, new word, 141.
  • kaungaunga, new word, 142.
  • kaupae, new word, 373.
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  • kaupapa whiti, new meaning, 372.
  • kauparari, new meaning, 372.
  • kaupeka, new meaning, 372.
  • kaurapa, new word, 144.
  • kauri, new word, 142.
  • kaurori, new meaning, 373.
  • kauru, new meaning, 373.
  • Kautae, in kava ceremonies, 45.
  • kautarere, new meaning, 373.
  • kautawa, new meaning, 285.
  • kautete, new word, 374.
  • kautoro, new word, 143.
  • kautu, new meaning, 373.
  • kautuku (kotuku), patron of, 290.
  • Kauwae, wife of Mokura, 123.
  • kauwhanga, new meaning, 285.
  • kauwheke, new word, 144.
  • kauwhera, new meaning, 373.
  • kauwhiti, new word, 374.
  • kawakawa, greenstone, Hinekawa-kawa the personified form, 377.
  • kava ceremonial, Tonga, 21; different kinds of k., 37; ceremonies where k. is used, 38.
  • kava-ring, details, 23.
  • Kawafolafola, origin of cultivation, 207, 217.
  • Kawakawa, pets of Kupe at, 265.
  • kawau, Noho-tumutumu orig. of, 290.
  • Kawea, vanquished Toko', 261.
  • Kawerau, in story of Raumahora, 249.
  • Kea, in story of Hau, 272.
  • kēa, example of use, 286.
  • kehakeha, new word, 374.
  • keho, new word, 375.
  • Kena o Hawaiki, at Rarotonga, 124; other forms, Te kena enua i Avaiki, Te Kena o Avaiki, 127.
  • kerepeti, new word, 144.
  • Kewala and Wiwia, a Bwaidoga story, 161; in original, 147.
  • kaitaka, new word, 375.
  • kiato, boom of outrigger, 364; in word-list, 375.
  • Kilabuna, name in origin of cultivation, 221.
  • Kimbell, E., new member, 300.
  • kindness of high-born woman, 243.
  • Kinsey, J. J., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Kioa, in installation of Ahio, 38.
  • kiore, new meaning, 372.
  • kirikiri, new word, 142.
  • kirimoko, new word, 141.
  • kiriwera, new word, 142.
  • Kiriwina, locality in Bwaidoga story, 162.
  • Kiwa, in karakia, 274.
  • Kiwi, man in story of Hau, 268.
  • kiwi, eats decayed substances, 272.
  • Kiwi Amohau, the game takaka, 289.
  • Knapp, F. V., classification of quartzite implements, 180, 193.
  • koaha, new meaning, 141, 373.
  • koauau, new meaning, 374.
  • koau māro, new word, 374.
  • koehe, new word, 373.
  • koehu, new word, 374.
  • koekoeā, a kind of greenstone, 286.
  • kohau, new word, 141.
  • koheri, new word, 142.
  • kohirangi, new meaning, 373.
  • Kohiwai (Kohiwai-ariki), son of Hui-te-rangiora, 331, 348; in geneal., 347.
  • kohuku, new word, 141.
  • koihu, new word, 142.
  • koinga wai, new word, 373.
  • koiri, new word, 142.
  • koiwi, new meaning, 374.
  • kokako, Hinewairuakokako the orig. of, 290.
  • Kokaputa, a Rarotonga immigrant chief, 124; other forms Kaputa, Taikaputa, 127.
  • kokau, new meaning, 372.
  • koki, new word, 374.
  • koko, Parauri orig. of; Rehua foster-parent, 290.
  • kokoki, new word, 142.
  • kokopara, new word, 144.
  • kokoruru, new word, 286.
  • kokoti, new meaning, 373.
  • kokotiuru, new word, 374.
  • Komakohua, attendant of Kupe, 265.
  • komakohua, a sp. of shark, 264, 267.
  • komakohuariki, a sp. of sea-bird, 264.
  • Komakorua, migration of, 347.
  • komutu, new meaning, 374.
  • Konawabu, man in Bwaidoga story, 162.
  • kopaka, new word, 375.
  • kopana, new meaning, 373.
  • kopare, new word, 373.
  • kopere, new word, 143.
  • kopou, new word, 375.
  • kopuka, new meaning, 372.
  • kopuku, new word, 375.
  • kopura, new meaning, 373.
  • Kopuratahi, one of the Uru folk, 331, 334.
  • kopuwai, a variety of aruhe, 285.
  • korae, new word, 375.
  • korahi, a fair easterly wind, 341; in word-list, 143.
  • koraki, new word, 143.
  • korekerangi, a bird, patron of, 290; in word-list, 373.
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  • korepa, new meaning, 373.
  • korere, or feeding-funnel, carved specimen, 206.
  • koreti, new word, 142.
  • korewa, anchor used during head wind, 341; in word-list, 284.
  • koripi, new meaning, 373.
  • Koroingo, in story of Raumahora, 249.
  • koroingo, new word, 374.
  • koroirangi, lunar or solar halo, 344.
  • koroke, new word, 141.
  • korokiki, new meaning, 373.
  • korokoroua, new word, 142.
  • koromatua, new word, 375.
  • koropeke, new meaning, 374.
  • koropihanga, new meaning, 373.
  • koropiri, a food of Irihia, 335; in word-list, 375.
  • korotete, a fish-trap, 286.
  • Koro-tuatini, edifice in old home-land, 332.
  • koropu, new word, 143.
  • koropuku, new word, 286.
  • korotoi, a garment, 286.
  • kota, new meaning, 286.
  • kotao, new word, 375.
  • kotaotao hauwai, new meaning, 373.
  • kotaotao moana, a misty rain, 343.
  • kotaotao whenua, misty rain, 343.
  • Kotau-ariki, in geneal., 347.
  • kotipa, new word, 375.
  • kotiutiu, new word, 144.
  • kotorepuni, new word, 374.
  • kotuku, Huru te arangi the patron of, 290.
  • kotutu, new meaning, 372.
  • koue, new meaning, 374.
  • kouka, new word, 143.
  • kounu, new word, 285.
  • kowae, new word, 375.
  • kowarawara, new word, 141.
  • kowharawhara, new word, 141.
  • kowiniwini, an unfavourable wind, 340.
  • Kraemer, A., “Atlas der Volker-kunde,” review, 387.
  • Ku, a kind of thunder-storm, 378.
  • ku, new word, 374.
  • Kuao, in geneal., 273.
  • kuhunga, peculiar use of word, 240.
  • kuka, new word, 286, 373.
  • kukahika, new word, 142.
  • kukau, new word 373.
  • kukupango, new word, 143.
  • kumete, kava-bowl, 27.
  • Kupe, descents from, 260, 273; three names of K., 260-1; slaying of Muturangi, 264; sailing direction for N.Z., 266; names Kupe—Continued. of canoe, 265, 268; on extent of Aotearoa, 132.
  • Kupe-manawa, one of three Kupe, 261.
  • Kupe-nuku, one of three Kupe, 260.
  • Kupe-rangi, one of three Kupe, 260.
  • kura, meaning of word, 336.
  • kura-a-rangi, new meaning, 285, 373.
  • kura-hau-awatea, solar halo, 344.
  • Kurahaupo, vessel of Popoto, 262.
  • kura-hau-po, lunar halo, 344.
  • Kuranui, a place in Irihia, 331, 346; a vessel of migration, 347, 348.
  • kura takai puni, new meaning, 373.
  • kuratea, new word, 474.
  • kurepe, new meaning, 373.
  • Kuri, assault of Te Rae o te Karaka, 367.
  • kuri-tapapa, new word, 286.
  • kurupena, new word, 373.
  • Kururangi, in karakia, 274.
  • kurutangi, new word, 286.
  • kuruwhetu, new word, 141.
  • kutikuti, new word, 374.
  • Kuykendall, R. S., history of Hawaii, 76.
  • Kwabea, man Bwaidoga story, 161.
  • Lafaola, in origin of taro, 237.
  • Lagi, earthmound in Samoa, 118.
  • Lakemba, of Tonga, 24, 45.
  • land-birds, Punaweko the orig. and person. of, 290.
  • Larney, R.N.A., new member, 300.
  • Lattey, H. W., new member, 300.
  • Latu-hifo, of Tonga, 22; in kava-ring, 25.
  • Lauaki, in kava-ring, 23; descent of, 36.
  • Laufilitonga, of Tonga, 21.
  • Leatham, Dr., resigned from Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Lelenoa, in kava ceremonies, 47.
  • Leulumoega, earthmound Lagi at, 118.
  • lightning and thunder (Bwaidoga), 311.
  • linguistics:
  • Tikopian vocabulary, 1, 99.
  • Melanesian languages, 77.
  • Samoan grammar, 194.
  • in “People and Problems of the Pacific,” 399.
  • word lists, honorific terms, etc., 141, 283, 290, 372, 376.
  • lizard, monitor, Bwaidoga, 323.
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  • lizards, deities of. See Peketua and following names, 291; omens, 344.
  • Loeb, E., new member, 402.
  • Lono-moku, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Luani, in kava-ring, 24.
  • Lubogibogi, origin of taro, 228, 233.
  • lunar halo, weather-sign, 343-4.
  • Ma'afu, of Tonga, 22; in kava-ring, 25. 42.
  • McCarthy Trust, appln. for grant from, 402.
  • MacIver, A. H., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Mackay, A. H., new member, 301.
  • MacLachlan, C. L., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • McVeagh, R., new member, 300.
  • Madawana, a mountain, Bwaidoga, 235.
  • Ma'elo, in kava ceremonies, 43.
  • Mafalukumayemaye, in tale of the magic nuts, 63.
  • magic, stones used, 138-9.
  • Mahakiroa, nephew of Kupe, 264.
  • Mahanga o Maui. See Maui.
  • mahe, stones used in ancient navigation, 341.
  • Mahuru, personification of spring, 378.
  • Mahutonga, companion of Popoto, 262.
  • Maiove, a name of Rangatira of Rarotonga, 126.
  • Mairehau, home of Rona, 377.
  • Maitea, position of, 131; Tuhua an old name, 132; known variously as Ahu, Ahuahu, Tuhua, Meketika, Me'eti'a, Maiteka, Maite'a, 133; now Osnaburgh Is., 132, 133; named Boudoir Is., 133.
  • Maite'a. See Maitea.
  • Maiteka, reference to name in literature, 134. See also Maitea.
  • Makaro (Ward Island), relative of Kupe, 265, 267.
  • Makea, a chiefess of Rarotonga, 124.
  • Malava, an earthmound in Samoa, 118.
  • Maliepo, progenitor of Lauaki, 36.
  • Malietoa, origin of title, 118.
  • Malitauya, in tale of snake and cockatoo, 69.
  • Malupo, in kava ceremonies, 45.
  • Manaia, coming to N.Z., 131; islands touched in voyage, 296.
  • Manawatu, named by Hau, 272.
  • “man-power,” estimates of, 383.
  • Manukiki, in story of lizard, Bwaidoga, 326.
  • Maota Pulemanava. See Pulemanava.
  • Makea, descendant of Tangihia, 123.
  • Malivuna, locality in Bwaidoga story, 164.
  • Maliwavu, locality in Bwaidoga story, 165.
  • Maps—locality around Whakarewa, Taranaki, 242.
  • marae, historic. See Tahiti, ref. to list of.
  • Maraeroa, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Maraerua, home of Tangihia, 123.
  • Marangai-areare, a kind of thunderstorm, 378.
  • Mareikura, denizens of upper worlds, 291.
  • Marquesas, historic monuments, etc. See Tahiti.
  • Maruaonui, in geneal., 273.
  • Maruehu, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • Maru-hangahanga, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • Marumamao, son of Te Auiti, 123; also known as Marumaomao, 123; references in literature to name, 134.
  • Marumaomao. See Marumamao. masts, in seagoing vessels, 333, 342.
  • Mataele Ha'amea, progen. of Vakano, 41.
  • Matahi, spear of Kupe, 265.
  • Matahorua, the canoe of Kupe, 268; also called Uruao, 265.
  • mataka, new word, 142.
  • Mataoperu, left by Kupe at Tuhirangi, 267.
  • mātāpou, a spell, 272.
  • matapule, in kava-ring, 23, 24; m. of Tu'i Kanokupolu, 37.
  • matatara, westerly wind, 340, 341.
  • matatara hau moana, a misty wind, 343.
  • matatara hau whenua, a misty wind, 343.
  • Matauranga, relative of Kupe, 265.
  • Matavadiga, origin of taro, 228, 233.
  • Matawharite, brother of Hau, 268.
  • Matira, Kupe at, 267.
  • Matiu (Somes Island), relative of Kupe, 265.
  • Matorohanga, drift voyages of Whatonga and Toi, 129-30, 131; name of niu ceremony, 267.
  • Matuku, orig. of bittern, 290.
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  • Maui, as an island name, 128, 130, 131; twin islands Nga Mahanga o Maui, 130; in voyage of Manaia, 296; connected with Hui-te-rangiora, 331; in geneal., 347.
  • Me'eti'a. See Maitea.
  • Meketika. See Maitea.
  • Mekua, mountain in Imolu, 315.
  • Melanesian languages, comparative study, 77.
  • memorial window to Henare Taratoa, 401.
  • Mercury Is., called Ahuahu, 132.
  • mere, of metal, brought to N.Z., 297.
  • Meltzer, J., new member, 301.
  • metamorphosis, Wairaka to stone, 272; Heihana to stone, 296.
  • Meto, personified form of comet, 378.
  • Mexican tiki, 84.
  • migrations of Polynesians; discovery of Rarotonga, 122.
  • Mikimoleya, in tale of snake and cockatoo, 69.
  • milo-lua, method of straining kava, 38.
  • Miromiro, a place at Rarotonga, 123.
  • Moa, in Tongan installation ceremony, 41.
  • Moana-taupuru, vessel in Irihia tradition, 331, 347, 348.
  • Moe-ahuru, parent of Rona, 377.
  • Moe-tahuna, orig. of parera, 290.
  • Moir, R., timber work with flint implements, 183.
  • Moko, a Rarotonga immigrant chief, 124.
  • Mokohikuwaru, mythical being connected with lizards, 291.
  • Moko-huruhuru, personified form of glow-worm, 377.
  • moko kakariki, Rakaiora the person. form, 291.
  • mokopuna, application of term in Tonga, 30.
  • Mokoroa, adze of Kupe, 265.
  • Mokoroa-aitu, daughter of Karika, 123; takes forms Mokoroa-kietu, Mokoroa-i-aitu, Mokoroa-ki-aitu, and Mo'oloa-i-aitu, 127.
  • Mokoroa-i-aitu. See Mokoroa-aitu.
  • Mokoroa-ki-aitu. See Mokoroa-aitu.
  • Mokoroa-kietu. See Mokoroa-aitu. Mokotiti, a lizard-god, 291.
  • Moko-tuarangi, name of a rock, 261.
  • Mokura, son of Tu-te-rangimarama, 123, 129, 332. See also Mookura.
  • Momotu, in kava-ring, 25.
  • Moncks Cave outrigger, 364.
  • monitor lizard, Bwaidoga, 323.
  • monuments, historic. See Tahiti, ref. to list of.
  • Mookura, voyage to Avaiki-te-varinga, 332. See also Mokura.
  • Mo'okura, a son of Tu-te-rangi-marama, 125. (See Mokura.)
  • Mo'oloa-i-aitu. See Mokoroa-aitu. moon, Rongo in various forms as deity of, 377; in Bwaidogan lore, 48.
  • moon-maid, Maori names for, 376; Rona conductor of moon, 376.
  • Moore, T. C., resignation, 301.
  • Morganti, P. A., new member, 300.
  • morning, personification of, 378.
  • Mosibia, man in Bwaidoga story, 163.
  • Motu'apuaka, in kava-ring, 23, 24, 26; at installation of chief, 38. mounds, in Samoa, 118.
  • Mo'unga-tonga, ancestor of Nuku, 24.
  • Mowairangi, in geneal., 273.
  • Mulifanua plantation, earthmound in, 118.
  • Murivai. See Muriwai-tupapa.
  • Muriwai-tupapa, also Murivai, reference to, 127.
  • Muturangi, slain by Kupe, 264; in karakia, 274.
  • mythology, of Bwaidoga, 48, 145.
  • names, of chiefs, 46.
  • names of islands, changes in, 134.
  • Nana, the guardian of a spring at Vaikokopu, 126 (see Nananoa).
  • Nanaia, wife of Popoto, geneal., 267.
  • Nananoa, guardian of a spring at Akauiro, 123.
  • navigation, in tradition, 333, 335, 340-41.
  • navigators, Hine-korako deity of, 376.
  • Nebioiyu, origin of taro, 228, 233.
  • ng sound; varying signs for, 79, and note.
  • Ngai-Tahu, assault on Te Rae o te Karaka, 367.
  • Ngake, arrived at Rarotonga, 123.
  • Ngana (Ha'a-ngana), in kava ceremonies, 45.
  • Ngana-te-ariki, a native of Uru, 331, 335, 346; in geneal., 347.
  • Ngata, of Tonga, 22.
  • Ngata, Sir A. T., knighthood, 301.
  • Ngati-Awa, in story of Raumahora, 248.
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  • Ngati-Haurutu, wars of in Irihia, 348.
  • Ngati-Kahungunu, stories of Irihia, 330.
  • Ngati-Kaupeka-a-rangi, wars of in Irihia, 348.
  • Ngati-Kiripuwai, wars of in Irihia, 348.
  • Ngati-Mamoe, at Queen Charlotte Sound, 367.
  • Ngati-Parapara, an Irihia tribe, 336.
  • Ngati-Parauri, an Irihia tribe, 334, 348.
  • Ngati-Tangihia, arrival at Rarotonga, 124; settled at Te Itiakau, 124.
  • Ngati-Tariaho, wars of in Irihia, 348.
  • Ngati-Toa, in story of Raumahora, 248.
  • Ngati-Tuoi, visitors to Whakarewa, 243.
  • Ngati-Uengarehu-pango, an Irihia tribe, 334, 336.
  • Ngati-Waimahora, origin of name, 246.
  • Ngati-waitutu, an Irihia tribe, 334, 336.
  • ngawi. See tonga ngawi.
  • Ngei-ariki, in geneal., 273.
  • ngongopuni, a pet fish of Kupe, 265.
  • Nialawata, woman in Bwaidoga story, 146.
  • Nianialawata, woman in Bwaidoga story, 176.
  • Nicholls, W. F., new member, 300.
  • nicknames, of chiefs, 46.
  • Nielsen, A. E., new member, 300.
  • Ninaenua. See Inawhenua.
  • niu, ceremony by Kupe, 267.
  • Niukapu, in kava-ring, 23, 24, 45.
  • Noho-tumutumu, orig. of kawau, 290.
  • Nu, the guardian of a spring at Vaikokopu, 126.
  • Nuatutu, locality in Bwaidoga story, 165.
  • nudity, psychology of, 387.
  • Nukahiva, historic monuments, etc. See Tahiti.
  • Nuku, in kava-ring, 23, 24.
  • Nuku-alofa, principal seat of Tu'i Kanokupolu, 24.
  • Nukunuku, finger-names, 298.
  • Nukutaurua, Hau drifted ashore at, 270.
  • Nukutere, as name of Rarotonga, 134.
  • Nuku-te-varovaro, references to, 134.
  • nuts, magic, in Bwaidogan lore, 63.
  • Oaunui, inscribed stone at, 139.
  • ocean, person. of, 291.
  • Ohau, Hau at, 272.
  • Oipiri, sister of Whakaahu, a star, 378.
  • omens, by sea and land, 343-4, 264.
  • One-i-Oroku, haunt of Rona and parents, 377.
  • Oneone, name of a weapon, 246.
  • Oram, N. F., new member, 300.
  • Orongonui, name of a season and day of the moon, 377.
  • Osnaburgh Is. See Maitea.
  • osprey, in Bwaidoga story, 161.
  • Otakeho, inscribed rock at, 135.
  • Otaki, origin of name, 272.
  • outrigger, in N.Z. and Tahiti, 363.
  • ovens, in ceremonies, 263.
  • Owhanga, scene of fight bet. Toko' and Kawea, 261.
  • “Pa Maori, The,” review, 199.
  • Pacific Ocean, ref. to article on unusual submarine features, 294.
  • paehumu of heiau non-sacred, ref. to notes on, 295.
  • Pae-kakariki, Hau at, 272.
  • Pahaoa, Kupe at, 267.
  • Pakaroa, a place at Whangara, Hawaiki, 132; in voyage of Kupe, 266.
  • pakura, Hinewairuakokako the orig. of, 290.
  • Papa', descendants in Irihia, 335.
  • Papa-huakina, a canoe in story of Hau, 271.
  • Papakura, origin of waiapu, 291.
  • parakeet. See porete.
  • parangeki, meaning of word, 349.
  • Parauri (Kahuparauri), orig. of koko or tui, 290.
  • Paraweranui, the south wind personified, 339.
  • Parawhenuamea, person. form of water, 291.
  • parera, Moe-tahuna orig. of, 290.
  • Pari-nui-o-Whitu, a Ngati-Mamoe pa, 367.
  • Pariwhero (Red Rocks, Sinclair Hd.), reason for name, 265, 267.
  • parrots, in Bwaidoga story, 161.
  • Paterson, A. S., new member, 301.
  • Paumotu Group, now Tuamotu, 131 note.
  • Peketua, origin of lizards, 291.
  • pendant, unusual form, Maori, 72.
  • “People and Problems of the Pacific,” review, 379.
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  • pet fish, of Kupe, 265.
  • phallic stones, 138-40.
  • Phillips, W. J., note on carved rock, Taranaki, 135.
  • pigeon, in Bwaidogan lore, 55.
  • Pikopiko-i-whiti, a place west of Titirangi, 132-3; its old name was Honoura, 133.
  • Pipikaritu beach, artifacts found at, 292.
  • Pipipi-o-te-rangi, a form of cloud, 343.
  • Piripiri, a star-name, 378.
  • Piu, the name of a weapon, 245.
  • Plante, C. C., new member, 300.
  • pohau, new meaning, 284.
  • pokai, an aspect of the sky, 343.
  • “Polynesian Religion,” review, 200.
  • Polynesian Society:
  • Council meeting, 25th March, 1927, 85; 11th July, 300; 6th Sept., 301; 10th Nov., 402.
  • annual meeting, 25th March, 1927, 86.
  • annual report, 1926, 86; balance sheet, 87.
  • list of members as from 1st Jan., 1927, 89.
  • list of presidents, 96.
  • list of exchanges, 97.
  • printing Journal, 302; re-printing back numbers, 302.
  • incorporation, etc., 301.
  • list of reprints for sale, 391.
  • storage space needed, 402.
  • pongipongi tapu, ceremony, Tonga, 39.
  • Popoia, a name of the owl, 290.
  • Poporokewa, mythical beings, 291.
  • Popoti, attendant of Kupe, 265.
  • Popoto, grandson of Kupe, 262; geneal., 267; shape of his paddle, 268, 273.
  • porete (parrokeet), Hineporete the orig. of, 290.
  • porokakata, a food of Irihia, 335.
  • Pouhaokai, in geneal., 273.
  • Poupaka, the first sea-voyager, 261, 264; in geneal., 266, 267, 273.
  • Poutahanga, in geneal., 273.
  • Poutini, guardian of greenstone, 291.
  • Poutiriao, guardians of universe, 291.
  • Pouturu, in geneal., 273.
  • prawn, in Bwaidogan lore, 50.
  • presents, ceremonies in making, 245.
  • priests, in kava ceremonies, 44.
  • Probsthain, A., new member, 402.
  • puaka, genuineness of the word, 381.
  • Puaroa, personified form of comet, 378.
  • Pueaea, a kind of thunder-storm, 378.
  • puhau, a good wind, 341.
  • Puhirake, site of a school of learning, 348.
  • Puhi-rangi, a chief of Irihia, 337.
  • Puhi-rangirangi, migration to Irihia, 334.
  • puhore, an omen, 264.
  • Puiaki, son of Tuturangi and husband of Hinerauwiri, 131.
  • Pukeariki, home of Takarangi, 239.
  • Puke-hapopo, a place south of Te Pakaroa, 132.
  • Puku, in geneal., 259.
  • Pulemanava, earthmound in Samoa, 119.
  • Pulotu Katoa, in kava ceremonies, 43.
  • Pumairekura, a house of the winds, 291.
  • Punaruku, daugh. of Kupe, killed by Wheke, 264; in karakia, 273.
  • Punaweko, orig. of land-birds, 290.
  • Puni, in geneal., 259.
  • Puniho, carved stones at, 138.
  • pure ceremony in Irihia, 340.
  • Puru o Mahutonga, reference to winds in gourd, 291.
  • Puru o Tahu-makakanui, plug of west wind, 291.
  • quartzite implements, 180.
  • Raemaru, a place at Rarotonga, 123, 126.
  • Rae o te Karaka, descripn. of, 367.
  • Ra'iatea, name Hawaiki applied to, 128; formerly Rangiatea, 130; old name of, 296.
  • rainbow, as weather-sign, 343; Hine-korako personifn. of pale rainbow, 376.
  • rainfall, Samoa, 120.
  • Rakaiora, person. form of green lizard, 291.
  • Rakahanga, wife of Hau-nui-a-Nanaia, 262, 268; in geneal., 267.
  • Rakahore, person. form of rock, 291.
  • Rakaiora, name of green lizard, 344.
  • Rakamaomao, patron of tapu birds, 290.
  • Rakumia, a battle in Irihia, 346, 348.
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  • ra matua, large sail, 342.
  • Rangahua, person. form of sea-coast rocks, 291.
  • Rangatira, a famous beauty of Rarotonga, 123, 126.
  • Rangi-apitirua, story of Raumahora, 239; in geneal., 259.
  • Rangiatea, now known as Ra'iatea, 130.
  • Rangi-marama. See Tutu-te-aro aro, Tu-te-rangi-marama.
  • Rangimawake, a house of the winds, 291.
  • Rangi-nui, descendants in Irihia, 335.
  • Rangirarunga, chief of Whakarewa, Taranaki, 241; in geneal., 259.
  • Rangitahua, a house of the winds, 291.
  • Rangitakoru, song of Hau and Wairaka, 260.
  • Rangi-takuariki, in geneal., 347.
  • Rangitikei, Hau at, 271.
  • Rangitoto, named after place in Ahu, 132.
  • Rangi-whakaoma (Castle Point), story of Kupe, 267.
  • Raparapa-te-uira, a home of thunder, 378.
  • Rarohenga, Hau drifted ashore at, 270.
  • Rarotonga, discovery and settlement of by Polynesians, 122; in voyage of Kupe, 266; early voyages, 332.
  • ra turuturu matua, a short sail, 342.
  • Raua, in story of Raumahora, 246.
  • Rauhoto, inscribed stone, 137.
  • Raumahora and Takarangi, 239; R. in geneal., 259.
  • Rautupu, a kind of thunder-storm, 378.
  • Ray, S. H., comparative study of Melanesian languages, 77.
  • religion, Polynesian, work by Handy, review, 200.
  • Red Rocks, Sinclair Head, why red, 261, 265, Maori name Pariwhero, 265.
  • Reed, Vernon H., new member, 301.
  • reefing of sails, 333.
  • Rehua, foster parent of koko, 290.
  • Rengopapa, a ritual stone, 140.
  • Renwick, J., new member, 301.
  • reparepa, new word, 141.
  • Rerewha, in geneal., 259.
  • Rerewha-i-te-rangi, in geneal., 259.
  • Rerewhakaaitu. See Whakaaitu, reviews:
  • Best, E., “Games and Pastimes of the Maori,” 197; “The Pa Maori,” 199.
  • Brown, J. M., “Peoples and Problems of the Pacific,” 379.
  • Churchward, S., “A New Samoan Grammar,” 194.
  • Hambruch, P., “Oceanische Rindenstoffe” (Bark Cloth), 76.
  • Handy, E. S. Craighill, “Polynesian Religion,” 200.
  • Kraemer, A., “Atlas der Volkerkunde,” 387.
  • Kuykendall, R. S., “History of Hawaii,” 76.
  • Ray, S. H., “A Comparative Study of the Melanesian Island Languages,” 77.
  • Rivers, G. H.- L. Pitt-, “The Clash of Culture and the Contact of Races,” 386.
  • Rewharewha, in geneal., 259.
  • rice, name in ari and vari, 332.
  • rigging of sea-going vessels, 341-42.
  • Robertson, J. G., new member, 301.
  • ritual, kava ceremonial in Tonga, 21.
  • Rivers, G. H. L.- Pitt-, “The Clash of Culture …,” review, 386.
  • rock, Rakahore the person. form, 291; Rangahua, sea-coast rocks, 291.
  • rock-shelter drawings, Arapuni Gorge, 369.
  • Rona, guide of moon and controller of tides, 376.
  • Rongo, various names of, connected with moon, 377.
  • Rongo a Tane, name of a house in Hawaiki, 124; also Rongo ma Tane, 127.
  • Rongoatau, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongoiri, in story of Raumahora, 241.
  • Rongokako, in Takitimu, 127.
  • Rongomaipapa, a taniwha, 367.
  • Rongo-maraeroa, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongomai, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongo-ma-Tane, as moon-deity, 377. See also Rongo o Tane.
  • Rongo-maui, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongo-motu, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongo-nui, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongo-nui-a-tau, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongo-tau, as moon-deity, 377.
  • Rongouaroa, in geneal., 259.
  • Roviana phrase-book, by J. H. L. Waterhouse, 205.
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  • Ruaiwhanake, in geneal., 273.
  • Ruakina, the permanent home of Karika at Rarotonga, 123; also named Ruaakina, 127.
  • Ruakoehu, in geneal., 273.
  • Ruamatua, in Maori voyaging, 296; Hawaiki-nui-a-Ruamatua an old name of Tahiti, 296; occ. of name in N.Z., 133.
  • Rua-taranaki, carved stone Toka a Rauhoto, and name Taranaki, 137.
  • Ruawharo, home at Ahuahu, 132.
  • Ruawharo, in Kupe geneal., 261.
  • Rukuehutai, in karakia, 274.
  • ruma, genuineness of the word, 381-2.
  • ruru, mythical and other names, 290.
  • sailing direction for N.Z., by Kupe, 266.
  • sails, form and use of, in tradition, 333, 341.
  • Salibebebe, in tale of the magic nuts, 63.
  • Salote Tupou, Queen of Tonga, 22; installation of, 38-9.
  • Samoa, earthmounds in, 118.
  • Samoa, grammar, by Churchward, review, 194.
  • Sagate, erection of earthmound Lagi, 118.
  • sand, Hineone the person., 291.
  • sandstone, Hinetuahoanga the person. form, 291.
  • scratching, means of identification, 269.
  • sea-birds, Hurumanu the orig. and person. of, 290.
  • seagull. See karoro.
  • seasons, personifications of, 378.
  • Selwyn, G. A., memorial window to Henare Taratoa, 401.
  • Shag River, quartzite implements, 180.
  • shell-fish extractors, or spillikins? 287.
  • shrines, Tonga, kava-drinking in visiting, 43.
  • Sinatata, locality in Bwaidoga story, 161.
  • Skinner, H. D.: The outrigger in N.Z. and Tahiti, 363; gorges or shell-fish extractors, 287; waka-huia in Peabody Museum, 366.
  • Skinner, H. D., and Teviotdale, D., classification of quartzite implements, 180.
  • Skinner, W. H., president Pol. Soc. 1927, 86.
  • sleeping companions of a young woman of rank, 243.
  • Smith, H. W., new member, 300.
  • Smith, M. Crompton-, elected to Council Pol. Soc., 86.
  • Smith, J. T., resigned from Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Smith, J. W. M., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Smith, S. Percy, his copy of “History of Taranaki Coast,” and set of Journal, acquisition of, 402.
  • snake, in Bwaidogan lore, 59, 69.
  • snow, brought by Oipiri, 378.
  • Soakai, privileged in kava feasts, 41.
  • Society Group, list of old names, 296.
  • Solomon Islds., ref. to names of on Admiralty charts, 294.
  • Somes Isld. See Matiu.
  • songs, Bwaidoga:
  • first lines—
  • Salibebewa bebe, 158.
  • translated:
  • Stone axe, my tiny one, 175.
  • spear, first appearance at Bwaidoga, 167.
  • speech at kava-drinking, form of, 32; at install. ceremonies, 39.
  • spell. See charm.
  • spillikins, or fish-gorges. 287.
  • “spool,” notched, 173.
  • spring, personification of, 378.
  • stars, as weather-signs, 344.
  • Stephens Isld. See Titapua.
  • stones, Tuamatua the progen., 291; unlucky s., Hinetauira the person., 291; sacred s. at Taranaki, 138.
  • summer, personification of, 378.
  • sun, in Bwaidogan lore, 48.
  • Taha'a, old name of, 296.
  • Tahapunga, in geneal., 273.
  • Tahiti, ref. to list of fish with scientific and native names, 295; ref. to list of historic monuments, natural curiosities, etc., on Tahitian Islds., Austral Islds., Marquesas, Nukahiva, Uahuka, Uapou, and Hivaoa, 295; an old name was Hawaiki-nui-a-Ruamatua, 296. See also Tawhiti-nui-a-rua.
  • tahui, new word, 142.
  • Tahu-makakanui, west wind personified, 339.
  • Tahu-mawakenui, east wind personified, 339.
  • Tahuna a Tamaiere, origin of name, 266.
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  • tahuwaero, a food of Irihia, 335.
  • Taiere (Tamaiere), in geneal., 273.
  • Taikaputa. See Kokaputa.
  • Taiporutu, place in journey of Hau, 271.
  • taipu, new word, 142.
  • Taiwhetuki, house of death in Kupe story, 264.
  • takaka, the game of spillikins, 289.
  • Takalaua (Ha'a-takalaua), of Tonga, 21, 37, 38.
  • Takamai-i-awhea, a phase of thunder, 378.
  • Takamai-te-ahurangi, a phase of thunder, 378.
  • Takamai-tu, a phase of thunder, 378.
  • Takapourewa. See Titapu.
  • Takarangi and Raumahora, 239; T. in geneal., 259.
  • Take, in story of Raumahora, 250.
  • Taketake - hiku - roa, personified form of comet, 378.
  • Takitimu, at Rarotonga, 127, 130; perhaps not the N.Z. vessel, 127; Tamatea-ariki the principal chief, 130; in Kupe story, 268.
  • tala hakau, ceremonial speech, 39.
  • tala toafa, ceremonial speech 39.
  • tala fonua, ceremonial speech 39.
  • tales. See Bwaidoga, folklore.
  • Tamaahua, husband of Hineahu of Ahu, 131; companion of Popoto, 262; husband of greenstone-personifications, Hine-ahunga and others, 377.
  • Tamaha, in kava ceremony, 43.
  • Tamaiere, in Kupe geneal., 261, 266, 267; as Taiere, 273.
  • Tamaiwaho, atua of migrations, 122.
  • Tamaki nui a Ruamatua, partly a Pacific name, 133.
  • Tamale, in kava ceremonies, 42, 43.
  • Tamalelagi, erection of earth-mound Lagi, 118.
  • Tamatea, shape of his paddle, 268.
  • Tamatea-ariki, principal chief of Takitimu, 130, 131; his home was Titirangi, 132.
  • Tamatea-kahia, in Kupe geneal., 261.
  • ta moana, a misty rain, 343.
  • Tane i te hokahoka Tane i te rerere myth. orig. of birds, 290.
  • Tane mataahi, orig. of birds, 290.
  • Tane-matau, personified form of thunder, 378.
  • Tane-nui-a-Rangi, the ways taken by his offspring at death, 339.
  • Tangaroa (Takaroa, or Tagaroa), ref. to chants connected with, 295; fair-skinned offspring as moon-maids, 376.
  • Tangaroa-a-roto, with Rona, a wife of the moon, 376.
  • Tangihia, a chief of Tawhiti-nui, 123; his voyage, 332.
  • Tangi-te-ruru, a handsome woman of Irihia, 346.
  • tangiwai, greenstone, Hine-tangi-wai the personified form, 377.
  • tanoa, kava-bowl, 27.
  • Tao-nui-a-Kupe, the spear of Kupe, 268.
  • taotao, peculiar word, 263.
  • Tapuarau, native of Irihia, 331; his attack on Kopuratahi, 345.
  • Tapuosi, of Tonga, 24, 45.
  • taputurangi, a bird, patron of, 290.
  • tara, Hinetara, the orig. of, 290.
  • tarahuru,, an unfavourable wind, 340.
  • Taranaki, named after Rua-tara-naki, 137.
  • Taranaki dist., inscribed rocks and stones, 135, 137.
  • Taranga, mother of Maui, in geneal., 347.
  • Taratoa, Henare, memorial window, 401.
  • Tarawahine, in geneal., 273.
  • tarawai, an aspect of the sun, 343.
  • taro, origin of, 228, 233; varieties, and cultivation, 218.
  • tata ki mouri, meaning of phrase, 240.
  • Taufaahau, of Tonga, 25, 43.
  • Tauira, brother of Hau, 262, 268.
  • Tauirakarapa, origin of “greenstone folk,” 291.
  • taukotore, new word, 141.
  • taula-'eiki, in kava ceremonies, 44.
  • Taumarere, inscribed stone at, 140.
  • Taumata-hinaki, a ridge, story of Hau, 271.
  • taurangi, new form, 284.
  • taura rinoi, ropes secured to sails, 342.
  • Taurepe, niu rite performed by Kupe at, 267.
  • Taurua Minarapa, story of Rauhoto and Wheoi, 137; ritual stones, 140.
  • Tautika, son of Te Auiti, 123; Toutika in Rarotonga, 126; references in literature to Toutika, 134.
  • Tawatawa, in geneal., 273.
  • ta whenua, a misty rain, 343.
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  • Tawhirikura, in geneal., 259.
  • Tawhiti-nui, home of Tangihia, 123; (Tahiti), as Hawaiki, 128; in voyage of Kupe, 266; in Maori voyaging, 296; in karakia, 273; locality in Irihia, 336.
  • Tawhiti-nui-a-rua, the home of Tu-tapu, 124; in full, Tawhiti-nui-a-Ruamatua is a name of Tahiti, 127, 133.
  • Tawhiti-nui-a-Ruamatua. See Tawhiti-nui-a-rua.
  • Tawhiti-pamamao, lore brought to, 133.
  • Tawhitiroa, name in karakia, 273.
  • Teiho (Ha'a-teiho) in kava ceremonies, 45.
  • tern. See tara.
  • Teviotdale, D., artifacts found at Pipikaritu beach, 292. See also Skinner, H. D., and Teviotdale.
  • Thomsen, T., new member (Nat. Mus., Denmark), 301.
  • Thomson, A., Earthmounds in Samoa, 118.
  • thunder, personified forms of, 378.
  • thunder and lightning (Bwaidoga), 311.
  • tiatia, boom-sticks of outrigger, 363.
  • tides, Rona controller of, 376.
  • Tikeitanga, named by Hau, 271.
  • tiki, Mexican, 84.
  • Tikopian vocabulary, 1, 99.
  • Timara, Ngati-Mamoe at, 367.
  • Timu-te-warowaro, atua of migrations, 122; his other name was Timu-whenua, 122.
  • Timu-whenua, another name of Timu-te-warowaro, 122.
  • Tini o Awa, arrived at Rarotonga, 124.
  • Tini o Tauira, a Wairoa tribe, 262.
  • Tipua Hawaiki, a resident of Irihia, 125; child of Ngana-te-ariki, 332; a name of Rarotonga, 122, 332; also a name of Rarotonga as Tipua ki Hawaiki, 122, 332.
  • Tipua ki Hawaiki. See Tipua-hawaiki.
  • Tiramaroa, personified form of a natural phenomenon, 378.
  • Titapu, or Titapua (or Takapourewa), name of Stephens Isld., 262.
  • Titapua, relative of Kupe, 265, 267.
  • Titihai, a lizard-god, 291.
  • Titirangi, a place south-west of Te Pakaroa, 132; in voyage of Kupe, 266.
  • Toerauroa, old name for Huahine, 296.
  • Toi, drift voyage, 129.
  • Toka a Rauhoto, inscribed rock, 137.
  • Tokerau o Hawaiki, on west side of Rarotonga, 124; also Tokerau o Avaiki, 127.
  • Toko, in story of Raumahora, 243.
  • tokoahu, new word, 284.
  • Toko-o-te-rangi, beaten by Kawea, 261.
  • Tolo, in the kava-ring, 26.
  • Tolofu, mother of Thunder and Lightning, 313.
  • Tomofouma, in Bwaidogan lore, 61.
  • Tonga, in Kupe voyage, 266; kava ceremonial, 21.
  • Tonga (Tu'i Tonga), title, 21.
  • tonga hawi, meaning of term, 133.
  • Tongaiti, god of temple built by Tumu-te-varovaro, 332.
  • Tongaiti, the wife of Te Auiti, 123; the wife of Karika, 125; references in literature to name, 134.
  • tonga ngawi, meaning of term, 133.
  • Tonganui, Rarotonga, named by Te Auiti, 123.
  • tools. See artifacts.
  • topaki, a coarse mat, 284.
  • Toroa, face-scratching, 262.
  • torohihi, new meaning,, 284.
  • torowhiti, part of sail, 333, 342.
  • toua, part of kava-ring, 25.
  • Toutika. See Tautika.
  • Tovi, in installation ceremony, 39.
  • travellers, and kava ceremonies, 44.
  • tua rite, 239, 241.
  • Tuahiwi-nui-o-Atea, canoe of Kohiwai, 348.
  • Tuahiwi nui o Moko, death of Wheke at, 264.
  • Tuahiwi o Atea, canoe of Hui-te-rangiora, 331, 347.
  • Tuahiwi-o-atia, canoe of Hui-te-rangiora, 129. (See also Iwi-o-atea.)
  • Tuahuriri, assault of Te Rae o te Karaka, 367.
  • Tuamatua, progen. of stones, 291.
  • Tuamotu, replacing names Paumotu and Poumotu, 131 note.
  • tuatara, origin of through Peketua, 291.
  • Tufele, origin of term (Samoa), 120-1.
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  • Tufts, F. W., new member, 300.
  • Tuhina, in karakia, 274.
  • Tuhinahina, in geneal., 347.
  • Tuhirangi, Kupe at, 267.
  • Tuhua, as an island name, 128, 131; an old name of Maitea, 132, 133.
  • tui, Parauri the orig. of, 290.
  • Tu'i, titular prefix of Vakano, etc. (Tu'i-vakano), which see.
  • Tuiafiso, erection of earthwork in Samoa, 120.
  • Tuifaasisina, erected earthmound Malava, 118.
  • Tukekela, mount, Bwaidoga, 235.
  • Tu-korako, variant form of Hine-korako, 376.
  • Tumataika, orig. and person. form of kaka, 290.
  • Tumu-te-varovaro, name of Rarotonga, 332; another name of Tu-te-rangimarama, 332. See also Tu-te-rangi-marama.
  • Tumu-te-varovaro o Tonganui, a name of Rarotonga, 125.
  • Tumu-te-warowaro, a name of Rarotonga, 123.
  • Tungi, of Tonga, 21; in kava-ring, 25.
  • Tunui-a-te-ika, atua of migrations, 122; personified form of comet, 378.
  • Tupai, kind of thunder-storm, 378.
  • Tupapa. See Muriwai-tupapa.
  • Tupua-nui-o-Avaiki, ancestor of Tu-te-rangi-marama, 129.
  • Tupua o Avaiki, a name of Rarotonga, 125, 134.
  • Turakina, named by Hau, 271.
  • Turakirae, in story of Kupe, 265.
  • Tu-rangi, parent of Rona, 377.
  • Turangi-marama, discoverer of Rarotonga, 122.
  • Turanga nui a Ruamatua, partly a Pacific name, 133.
  • turtle, in Bwaidogan lore, 52.
  • Tutaki, an immigrant chief to Rarotonga, 124.
  • tutanga, part of cut-up pig at kava-drinking, 29.
  • Tutangatakino, a lizard god, 291.
  • Tutapu, slain by Karika, 124.
  • Tu-te-mahurangi, in geneal., 273.
  • Tu-te-rangi-ariki, a name of Tu-te-rangiatea, 347.
  • Tu-te-rangiatea, a man of Uru, 331, 335; in geneal., 346; a canoe and fort-builder, 347.
  • Tu-te-rangi-marama, voyages of, 128-9; possibly the Rangi-marama of Matorohanga, 130; discoverer of Rarotonga, 122, 332;
  • called Tumu-te-varovaro in Rarotonga, 125; references to name in other literature, 134.
  • Tutewanawana-a-hau, a house of the winds, 291.
  • Tutonga, comp. of Karika, 123.
  • Tutunoa, a water-spring in Rarotonga, 123; a guardian of the spring in Rarotgn. version, 126.
  • Tuturangi, a chief of Ahuahu, 131.
  • Tutu-te-aroaro, discoverer of Rarotonga, 122; known as Turangi-marama, 122; known as Rangi-marama, 123.
  • Tuwharetoa Trust Board, new member, 300.
  • two maidens in Bwaidogan lore, 67.
  • Uahuka, historic monuments, etc. See Tahiti.
  • Uapou, historic monuments, etc. See Tahiti.
  • Ubuvala, locality in Bwaidoga story, 162.
  • Uehangaia, in geneal., 267.
  • Uhi, of Tonga, 37.
  • Ulefifiku, in Bwaidogan lore, 62.
  • Uleule, mount, in Bwaidoga, 235.
  • ulutolu, in kava-ring, 24.
  • umu hula, basket of food for kava, 28.
  • Unahiroa, personified form of comet, 378.
  • Upokoroa, personified form of comet, 378.
  • Uporo (Kuporu), old name for Taha'a (Tahanga), 296.
  • Uru, land of tradition, 330.
  • Uru, vessel of migration, 347, 348.
  • Uruao, canoe of Kupe, 265; also called Matahorua, 268.
  • Vaea, of Tonga, 22; in kava-ring, 25.
  • Vaha'i, in kava-ring, 25.
  • Vaikokopu. See Waikokopu.
  • Vailele plantation, earthmound in, 119.
  • Vakano, in kava-ring, 24; origin of, 41.
  • Vaoloa, ancestor of Nuku, 24.
  • vari, a name for rice, 332.
  • Vavau (Wawau), old name for Borabora (Porapora), 296.
  • Ve'ehala, in kava-ring, 25; in installation ceremony, 38, 39.
  • vegetables and vegetation, origin in Bwaidogan lore, 66, 207, 217.
  • Vickers, E. R., new member, 301.
  • vilaga-root, in Bwaidogan lore, 49.
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  • vocabulary. See linguistics.
  • voyaging, from Irihia to the east, 335.
  • vrihi, Sanscrit name for rice, 332.
  • Vrihia, Sanscrit name for India, 332.
  • Waaka Tahuahi, details regarding Rona, 377.
  • Wahieroa, personified form of comet, 378.
  • wahine, relationship to word hine, 380-1.
  • waiapu (chert), Papakura the origin, 291.
  • Waiarawa, Hau at, 272.
  • Waihi, a name of Hawaii, 128.
  • Waikanae, origin of name, 272.
  • Waikawa, Hau at, 272.
  • Waikokopu, a place at Rarotonga, 123; the Rarotongan Vaikokopu, 126.
  • Wailagi, locality in Bwaidoga story, 166.
  • Waimeha, origin of name, 272.
  • Wainui, person. of ocean, 291.
  • Waione, a wife of Karika, 124.
  • Wai o Rongo, a spring in Rarotonga, 264.
  • Waipapa, landing place of Ngai-Tangihia at Rarotonga, 124.
  • Wairaka and Hau, 260, 266, 267.
  • Wairakai, in story of Hau, 272.
  • Wairongoa, three men named Kupe, 260.
  • Waitohu, origin of name, 272.
  • waka, as mean. “receptacle,” 201.
  • waka-huia, in Peabody Museum, 366.
  • Ward Isld. See Makaro.
  • water, personifn. of, 291.
  • Waterhouse, J. H. L., Roviana phrase-book, 205.
  • Waterson, C., resigned from Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Wawau, left by Makea for Rarotonga, 124; probably Porapora (Vavau), 127, 131.
  • weather-lore, of trad., 334, 342-3.
  • Weka, man in story of Hau, 268.
  • weka, origin of brown feathers, 272; eats decayed substances, 272; method of taking, 298-9; Haere-awaawa the orig. of, 290.
  • west wind, plug of, Puru o Tahu-makakanui, 291.
  • Whaitiri - pakapaka, personified form of thunder, 378.
  • Whaitiri-păpā, personified form of thunder, 378.
  • Whakaahu, a star-name, 378.
  • Whakaaitu (Rerewhakaaitu), left by Kupe at Te Kawakawa, 265-6; at Pahaoa, 267.
  • whakaango, method of flight in bird, 344.
  • Whakarauika of Tapuarau, a battle in Irihia, 346.
  • Whakarewa, Taranaki, home of Rangirarunga, 241.
  • Whakauariki, a name of Whenua-haere, 347.
  • whakaumu, omen of dog scratching, 344.
  • Whangaehu, named by Hau, 271.
  • Whanganui, Hau at, 271.
  • Whangara, a place at Hawaiki, 132; a common Pacific name, 133; in voyage of Kupe, 266.
  • Wharaurangi, song for, 260.
  • whare motunau of Mangaia, 332.
  • Whatonga, companion of Popoto, 262; drift voyage of, 129, 130, 131, 133.
  • Whatuaho, origin of karā, 291.
  • Whatu-kaiponu, full name of Brothers Rocks, 263; used in sense of “prized stone,” 263; an iramutu of Kupe, 267.
  • Whatukura, emissaries of Io, 291.
  • whatu-kura, sacred stones in Irihia, 335.
  • Whenua-haere, brother of Hui-te-rangiora, 346, 347.
  • Wheoi, migration of Mt. Egmont, 137; perhaps a form of Hineoi, 138.
  • Whiro, confusion of names, 202.
  • whiti, awning-supports, 342.
  • Whiti-o-Rongomai, in geneal., 259.
  • Widdowson, H. L., new member Pol. Soc., 85.
  • Williams, H. W., Tikopian vocabulary, 1, 99.
  • Wills, W. H., new member, 300.
  • Wilson, J. G., new member, 300.
  • windiness of Cook Strait in Kupe legend, 267.
  • winds, in gourd, Puru o Mahu-tonga and following word, 291; houses of Pumairekura and following words, 291; Huru te arangi the progen., 290.
  • winter, personification of, 378.
  • Wi Poti, new member, 402.
  • Wiwia. See Kewala and Wiwia.
  • Yaiyaina, locality in Bwaidoga story, 165.
  • Yakuifa, locality in Bwaidoga story, 165.
  • Yolele, man in Bwaidoga story, 161.