Volume 39 1930 > Index to volume XXXIX, p 393-412
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  • Aa, 2 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • A-a, 2 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • aahi tau, aahi perepererau, etc., various names of albacore, 141.
  • Aa-o-ka-honua, Ke-, 20 in geneal. (4) table 4, 26.
  • Aa-o-te-rangi, 7 in genealogy (4) table 6, 34.
  • Abbott, C. G., onewa from Michigan, 327, 329.
  • Acanthocybium solandri, a fish taken, 158.
  • agricultural implements of Maori, 354.
  • agriculture, Maori, 346.
  • Ahi, in chant of creation, 9.
  • aho ariki lines of genealogy, 317.
  • Aholoholo, 25 in genealogy (1) tab. 4, 26.
  • Ahu, 23 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • ahu, ahuahu, a kumara-hillock, 367, 370-1.
  • Ahuahu, landing-place of Horouta, 372.
  • ahurei, planting of kumara, 368.
  • ahurewa, stones as tapu places, 379.
  • Aikanaka, 28 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • A-io, 28 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Akalana, 21 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • akatara, barb of hook, 259.
  • Ake, 7 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Akea, in chant of creation, 12; distribution of name, 13, table 2; 1 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Ake-kura, 6 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Akiaki, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Akimano, 74 in genealogy (4) table 6, 34.
  • akua, term in Ontong Java, 202.
  • Alaikauakoko, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • albacore, fishing for, 141.
  • Albula vulpes, fished for, 155.
  • alcohol, not countenanced in Ontong Java, 47.
  • Aldrich, J. B., patu onewa from Arkansas, 323.
  • Alexander, A. B., fish-hooks, 234.
  • Alii-, names beginning with, 11.
  • Amaru-ariki, 59 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Amaru-enua, 60 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Amau-aitu, 13 in genealogy (2) tab. 6, 34.
  • amoamohanga, first-fruits rite, 361.
  • ana, fishing for, 226.
  • Anaa, varieties of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Anahulu ka Po, 18 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Angai-, names prefixed by, 52-72 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Angas, G. F., taniko border, 310.
  • Aniani Kalani, 29 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Aniani Ku, 28 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • anthropomorphic interpretation of cosmogonic phenomena, 40, note.
  • Ao Apaapaa, Ke, 22 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Ao Laelae, Ke, 22 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • aorangi, line of sticks as guide, 369.
  • Apaapa Lani, Ke, after 26 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Apaapa Nuu, Ke, after 26 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Apatu, Cook relic, 388.
  • Apomai, in chant of creation, 10.
  • apoo auhopu, bonito-holes, 254.
  • araaraotaha, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • arahutete, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • arai, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Aratanganuku, see Aru-tanga-nuku.
  • ara whakatungangi, a stile, 353.
  • ari, a food-plant, 347.
  • Ariki-ivi-roa, 14 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Ariki-oki-tini, 17 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Ariki-tara-are, genealogy of Tangiia, 34.
  • Arkansas, patu onewa from, 323.
  • artifacts:
  • Carved pare from Te Puke, 199; iron patu, 198; church carvings from Turanga, 199; Maori bone decorative comb from Riverton, 284.
  • Arosi dictionary, printing of, 293.
  • Arutanga-a-nuku, 57 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Arutanga-a-rangi, 58 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Arutanga-nuku, 69 in geneal. (4) table 6, 34; date of his era, table 8, 39.
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  • Arutanga-rangi, 70 in geneal. (4) table 6, 34.
  • ata, fry-food of bonito, 237.
  • Atea, in cosmogonic genealogies, 6; distribution of name, 13, table 2, 22; concept of light, 24; evolutionary aspect of name, 25; 1 in genealogy (1) and 2 in (3) table 6, 34.
  • Ate-a-nuku, 4 in genealogy (4) tab. 6, 34.
  • Ate-a-rangi, 5 in genealogy (4) tab. 6, 34.
  • Ati-Awa people, descent, 320.
  • Atonga, 56 in genealogy (3) and 68 in (4) table 6, 34; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Atu, 14 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • atu, a bonito, 236.
  • ature, used as bait, 157, 229; food of bonito, 237.
  • Atu-tangata, 11 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Atu-te-ki, 13 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Atu-te-ngatata, 12 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • auaeroa, a bonito-name, 236.
  • auhopu, a bonito, 236.
  • auhopu ma'i, leaping bonito, 252.
  • auhopu patapata, a fish under dimpled water, 254.
  • auhopu tore, bonito of certain weight, 236.
  • a'urepe, a fish taken, 158.
  • autara, clearing land for agriculture, 365.
  • aute, introduction to New Zealand, 348.
  • avaau, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • avaerearea, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Avaiki-, names prefixed by, 38-51 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Avatea, distribution of name, 13, table 2, 13.
  • Awa-a-te-rangi, 12 in geneal. (2), 319.
  • awa, path in cultivation, 368.
  • Awanui a rangi, 3 in genealogy (3) and (4), 319.
  • Awe-tapu, 10 in genealogy (3), 319.
  • back of stone tool, in terminology, 177.
  • Baillie, H., re-elected to Council, 294.
  • Baldock, E. C., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Balneavis, H. R. H., re-elected to Council, 294.
  • bamboo, for fishing-rods, 246.
  • Banks, Sir J., Maori cultivations, 350.
  • banter, at fishing, 251.
  • barb on hook, purpose of, 246.
  • beads, trade, brought by Captain Cook, 388.
  • Beard, W. J., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • bell, Tamil, note and illustration of, 198.
  • Berry, A. G., new member Polynesian Society, 200.
  • Best, E., on Land Court genealogies, 316; Maori agriculture, 346; Fishing Methods and Devices of the Maori, review of, 72; interpretation of name Tiki, 15; word list, 67; re-elected to Council, 294.
  • betrothal ceremonies, Ontong Java, 96.
  • bevel, in terminology, 177.
  • Biblical analogies in Fornander's genealogies, 26; in Kepelino's history, 27.
  • birds, guides in bonito-fishing, 249.
  • birth and pregnancy, Ontong Java, 101.
  • Bishop, Mrs. in Hawaiian geneal. table 5, 30.
  • Black, G. J., Cook relics, 388-9.
  • bone needle, eye drilled in, 187.
  • bones, exposed among crops, 375.
  • bonito, fishing for, 170, 223.
  • bonito-canoe of Samoa, 307.
  • bonito-hook, varieties, 233.
  • bopao, canoes, Tonga, 299.
  • Borabora, famous for its ro'a (Pipturus argenteus), 147; varieties of pearl-shell, 242.
  • boundary-marks, 363.
  • bracken (Pteris), widely used by Maori, 348.
  • Brandstetter, R., on sign for hamzah, 272.
  • breadfruit (kuru), known to Maori, 347; non-flowering of, 348.
  • breakwinds on old cultivations, 351-353.
  • Brown, G., native name of Ontong Java, 387.
  • Brown, W., cultivation by slaves, 351; exposure of preserved heads in kumara-planting, 376.
  • Bruce, W., new member of Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Buck, P. H., see Rangi Hiroa.
  • burial-chests, Vienna, 388.
  • California, onewa from, 324.
  • Callophyllum, used for part of fishing rod, 145.
  • cannon, of Cook's Endeavour, 389.
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  • canoes for off-shore fishing, Society Islands, 144; outrigger canoes, Tonga, 299.
  • Capell, A., language of Inakona, 113.
  • Carr, H., resigned from Polynesian Society, 200.
  • carved slabs, Turanga, 199, 292.
  • carving and ornamenting of weapons, 330.
  • Casuarina, wood used for hooks, 167.
  • Ceres and Pani, 359.
  • Chapman, F. R., working of green-stone, 181.
  • charms, for albacore, 158-9.
  • chastity, during fishing, 251.
  • Chatham Islands, pohatu taharua from, 326-27; needles from, 312; forms of patu, 330.
  • child betrothal, Ontong Java, 96.
  • childlessness deprecated in Ontong Java, 57 and on.
  • children, desired and appreciated, Ontong Java, 102; naming of, 110.
  • Chile, Southern, onewa from, 338.
  • chin, of stone tool, in terminology, 178.
  • chronology, in Polynesian history, 1; dates of various personages and events, table 8, 39.
  • circumcision, introduced by Lua Nuu, note opp. 23 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Cleary, Bp., death of, 74.
  • clod-breaker, patupatu, 358.
  • coconuts, planted on Ontong Java, 46; would not grow in New Zealand, 347.
  • Collett, W., death of, 74.
  • colour-names, Society Islands, 242.
  • Columbia River, brass patu from, 334.
  • comb, Maori bone decorative, from Riverton, 284.
  • combs, first made probably of wood, 285.
  • consecration of mortal divinities, 12.
  • consonant, description of, 265; see also hamzah, 263.
  • Cook, Captain Jas., Tongan canoes, 308; distribution of brass mere, 335; cultivations in New Zealand, 349 and on; trade-beads at Tolago Bay, 388; cannon from Endeavour, 389; dedication-chant of Lono, 12.
  • Cook, M., drilling of greenstone, 181.
  • co-operative labour of Polynesians, 154.
  • coral, used for cutting shell, 243.
  • cordage, manufacture from bark, Society Islands, 147.
  • Cordyline terminalis, introduced to New Zealand, 347.
  • Coryphaena equisetis, fishing for, 166.
  • Coryphaena hippurus, fishing for, 166.
  • cosmogonies in genealogies, 2; compositional mechanics of, 6; variations in, 13; cosmogonic changes in names of Tangiia line, 36; husband and wife interpretation of, 40, note.
  • coughing a good sign in babyhood, 111.
  • crabs shed shells during Mua Ta'-aroa, 254.
  • crayfish used as bait, 168; method of catching, 168; shed shells during Mua Ta'aroa, 254.
  • creation, Kumulipo chant of, 7.
  • crescent, on ko, significance, 356.
  • crossroads of the sea, frequented by fish, 251.
  • cuckoo, and planting, 366.
  • cultivations, Maori, neatness of, 352; extent of, 362.
  • curse to kill sorcerer, 13.
  • cutting implements, terminology, 174.
  • cutting of shell, material for, 243.
  • Cuzco, onewa from, 337.
  • Cypselurus simus, used as bait, 157.
  • Dabbene, R., onewa from Southern Chile, 338.
  • dance and drama, Orokaiva, 384-5.
  • dates in history, by genealogies, 189, 315 and on.
  • dates of various personages and migrations, table 8, 39.
  • Davidson, J., tests of moa-bone for strength, 185.
  • Davis, W. M., tira-fishing in Hawaii, 257.
  • death, ceremonies, Ontong Java, 201.
  • Decapterus pinnulatus, used as bait, 157.
  • dedication of mortal divinities. 12.
  • depopulation of Ontong Java, 43.
  • diacritics, a discussion of the hamzah, 263.
  • digging-tool, ko, 354.
  • dog-tooth tuna, 228.
  • dolphin-fishing, Society Islands, 166.
  • drilling of greenstone, 181.
  • dug-out hulls, 301.
  • D'Urville, Maori needles, 310.
  • dynamic stress, sign for, 281.
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  • e, vocative, status of, 283.
  • Eanga, 4 in genealogies (1) and (3) table 6, 34.
  • Eanga-ki-te-ao, 9 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Earle, A., Maori cultivations, 363.
  • Easter Island, ruvettus-fishing, 227; bone needles, 314.
  • edge of stone tool, in terminology, 177.
  • Elehu, 19 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Emory, K. P., terminology for ground stone cutting-implements, 174.
  • Ena, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Enaena, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Engi, 6 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • epidemics, and declining population, 50-51, 54-55.
  • Epinephelus sp., fished for, 228.
  • Esau and Jacob, note opposite 25 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Esser, S. J., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • ethnology, Chair of in University desirable, 293.
  • Ewa, in chant of creation, 11.
  • eye-holes, of needles, 313.
  • faaeaea, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Fa'a-hotu (Haw. Hoo-hoku), wife of Atea, 23.
  • Fakarava, outrigger-attachment in, 93.
  • fanauamao, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • fara, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • faramaru, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • fences, on cultivation, 352, 353; fencing against pigs, 353.
  • Fergusson, C. and A., Farewell Message to Maori, 73.
  • fern-root, digging of, 356.
  • fertility, symbolized in Rongo and Hina, 357.
  • fertilizer used by Maori, 364.
  • fire-drill, use of, 184-5.
  • first man, mythical, 14, 18, 21; significance in names of, 25.
  • first woman, mythical, 17, 21.
  • fish-hook, types of, 227; shanks named, 239; detailed descriptions, 258 and on; generic name for, 148; hook of moa-bone, 185; for albacore, 147, 155; for various fish, 227; stone-shanked hook, Taranaki, 292.
  • fishing, Maori methods and devices, 72; in Society Islands, 137, 221.
  • flax-fibre for sewing, 311.
  • Fletcher, H. J., review of Toi-kai-rakau genealogies, 315.
  • — use of genealogies for dating history, 189.
  • Fletcher, J., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • flying-fish, set lines for, 169.
  • food, exchange of, birth ceremony, 109.
  • food-plants, cultivated, introduced to New Zealand by Polynesians, 348.
  • Fornander, A., genealogy in history, 1; genealogies from, table 3, 20; his Kumu-honua genealogy, 25; Biblical analogies, 26; length of his “generation,” 37.
  • Fox, C. E., Arosi dictionary, 293.
  • Fraser River, patu from, 331; miti from, 331.
  • Freycinetia, used for basket-work, 148, 168.
  • front, of stone tool, in terminology, 177.
  • funeral rites, Ontong Java, 201.
  • Garat, J., onewa from Limay River, 338.
  • genealogies, Polynesian, range of, 2; evaluation of, 1; practical use of, 4; method of preserving, 5; variations in, 22; Biblical analogies, 26; human portions of, 29; use of in dating history, 1, 4, 22, 189; genealogy of Toi-kai-rakau, 315.
  • generation, estimated length of, 37, 189.
  • Germo germo, fishing for, 141.
  • Gifford, E. W., resigned from Polynesian Society, 200.
  • gnomic Maori phrase, 40, note.
  • gourd, introduced to New Zealand, 347, 360.
  • grammar, see linguistics.
  • greenstone, drilling of, 181.
  • Grey, Zane, new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • grubber, in agriculture, 357.
  • Gudgeon, T. W., genealogies recorded by, 318.
  • Gudger, E. W., fishing in South Seas, 221.
  • Gymnosarda pelamys (bonito), fishing for, 234.
  • Ha-ana-hina-kii-papa, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Haapai, canoes of, 305.
  • haapiti, east to north-east winds, 250.
  • hae, name of albacore, 142.
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  • hahinge e pali, a full mourner, Ontong Java, 213.
  • Ha'i, 8 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Haihai, in chant of creation, 11.
  • Haii, 7 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • haio, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Hakalanileo, no genealogical reference to, 32.
  • Hakui Moku, 16 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Hala ka Po, 20 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • halberd, See tewhatewha, 339, note.
  • Haloa, 2 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • hamaruru, foot-rest of ko, 356.
  • Hammond, G., stones as fertilizing agents, 377.
  • Hammond, T. G., death of, 74.
  • Hamu, in chant of creation, 11.
  • hamzah in Polynesian phonetics, discussion on, 263.
  • Hanalaa, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Handy, C., fishing ceremonies, 238.
  • hangi taki rarangi, ceremonial oven, 374.
  • Hannah, H., patu from Washington State, 325.
  • Hanuai, in chant of creation, 11.
  • Hanua-po-i-lalo, 16 in genealogy (4) table 4, 26.
  • Hanua-po-i-luna, 16 in geneal. (3) table 4, 26.
  • Hapai o te rangi, 13 in genealogies (5) (6) and (7), 320.
  • hapai tu, method of cultivation, 365.
  • Hapenui, 14 in genealogies (3) and (4), 319.
  • Haperoa, 15 in genealogies (3) and (4), 319.
  • Hapuu, 27 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • hapu'u, fished for, 228.
  • Hatoma, 2 in genealogy (1), 319.
  • Hauananaia, 25 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Haulani, 5 in genealogies (2) and (4), 20.
  • Haule, 11 in genealogy (1) and 12 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Hau-nuu, 4 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Hau-ola, in column 6, genealogy, 20.
  • ha'ura, a fish taken, 158.
  • heitiki, drilling of holes in, 181.
  • Hawaii, sculptured images, 16; confusion of myths in, 24.
  • Hawaiian Islands, produced by Wakea and Papa, 21.
  • Hawaiian literature, renaissance in, 28.
  • Hawaii Loa, 30 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Hawken, O. J., dropped from Polynesian Society, 74.
  • heads, preserved, sewing of lips and eyelids, 311-12.
  • Heha ka Moku, 27 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Hei, in chant of creation, 11.
  • Hekili Paapaaina, Ka, 26 in geneal. (1) table 4, 26.
  • He-kumu, 21 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Heleihea, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Hele i kua Hikina, 20 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Heleipawa, 26 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • Hele Moo Loa, 21 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Heleua, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Hema, 31 in genealogy (3), 20; in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30-31, 32-33.
  • hengu-ali'i, term in Ontong Java, 203.
  • Hibiscus tiliaceus, used for fishing-rods, 145.
  • Hihili, column 5, 20.
  • Hikaululena, 19 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • Hikawaopu-alanea, 4 in genealogy (2), 20; 6 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Hikitapua, a chief of the Horouta, 372.
  • Hikohaale, 9 in genealogy (2), 20; 10 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Hiku-ana-hina-kii-akea, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Hina, 'Ina, Hine, distribution of name, 13, table 2; first woman, 16-17, 18; sky or moon maiden, 17-18; antiquity of name, 21; personification of moon and symbol of fertility, 357.
  • Hinaakeahi, 21 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • Hinaikapaikua, 23 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • Hinahanaiakamalama, 28 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Hinakealohaila, 22 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • Hinakinau, 16 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Hina-koula, parent of Ulu and Nana-ulu, 18; 13 in genealogy (2) and (4), 20.
  • Hinamahuie, 20 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • Hinamaikalani, 27 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Hinamanouluae, 2 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Hinanalo, 4 in genealogy (3), 20; column 5, 20.
  • Hine, see Hina.
  • Hine-i-rangia, 11 in genealogy (1), 319.
  • Hine-kauirangi, a chieftainess of Horouta, 372.
  • Hine-manuhiri, a chieftainess of Horouta, 372.
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  • Hine one, 6 in genealogy (5), 7 in genealogies (6) and (7), 320.
  • Hine-wairua-kokako, personified form of swamp-hen, 352.
  • Hiro, date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Histiophorus, a fish taken, 158.
  • history, use of genealogies in. 1.
  • hoa, Hawaiian word, probably ho'a, 19.
  • Hogbin, H. I., Problem of Depopulation of Ontong Java, 43; Transition rites, Ontong Java, 94, 201; spelling of Ontong Java, 386.
  • hohoa, pattern on pearl-shell, 243.
  • hoka, breakwind on cultivation, 353.
  • Hoku-i-ka-lani, equivalent of Hotu-i-te-ra'i, 23.
  • Honua o ka Moku, 18 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Hoo-hoku, wife of Atea, 23.
  • Hoohokukalani, 2 in genealogies (1) and (4), 20; human race derived through, 23.
  • Hooipo, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Hooluhi Kupaa, Ka, 25 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Hoopale Honua, after 26 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Hopoe, 25 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • hopua, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Hornell, J., outrigger canoes of Tonga, 299; string-figures from Sierra Leone, notice of, 382; outrigger attachments, Society Islands, 89.
  • Horouta, brought yam, etc., to New Zealand, 360; details of voyage, 372.
  • hoto, digging implement, 355.
  • Hotu-i-te-ra'i, child of Tumu and Papa, 23.
  • Huahine, outrigger-attachments in, 90; varieties of pearl-shell in, 242.
  • Hualani, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • huamata, kumara-ceremonial 361.
  • huaranga, to transplant, 368.
  • Huggins, H., resigned treasurership and elected auditor, 294; on Council, 294.
  • Huhu, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Huhune, 3 in genealogies (2) and (4), 20.
  • huiki, exhausted land, 368.
  • Huli, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Hulumana-ilani, 27 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Humboldt, —., patu from Mexico, 333.
  • Hurunga, husband of Pani, 360.
  • husband and wife interpretation of cosmogonies, 40, note.
  • Hyades, name of, 355.
  • Iahaukina, 2 in genealogy (1), 319.
  • Ia-maina, 35 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Ia-makaro, 38 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • Ia-tangata, 39 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • Ia-tea-ao, 34 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Ia-te-atu, 44 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Ia-tea-po, 33 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Ia-te-ata, 36 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Ia-tea-tama, 32 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • i'a tivau, fish travelling with the wind, 254.
  • Ia-tupu-ranga, 37 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • iheraha, a fish taken, 158.
  • Ilimaka, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Ilott, J. M. A., re-elected to Council, 294.
  • Imbelloni, J., Diffusion in America of relatives of the mere family of weapons, 322; reprints of published papers, 71.
  • Imi, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Imi Puka Ku, Ka, after 25 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Imi Walea, 12 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • 'Ina, see Hina.
  • Inakona, language of, 113.
  • incest, cosmogonic, 17; origin of, 23.
  • infanticide, Ontong Java, 46.
  • Io, supreme but inactive power, 24.
  • 'io'io, hook for taking, 261.
  • Io Lani, Ka, 15 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Io-tini-i-Avaiki, 10 in geneal. (2) table 6, 34.
  • Ira-panga, Te-, 49 in genealogy (1) and 36 in (3) table 6, 34; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • iri, a school of albacore or bonito, 252.
  • Iro, 71 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • iron implements, desire for, 356.
  • iron patu, note and illustration of, 198.
  • ironwood (Casuarina), in outrigger canoe, 300.
  • itata'e, indicators of dolphin, 171.
  • I-te-katoa-ranga, 43 in geneal, (1) table 6, 34.
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  • Itonga, 88 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Iwa-ana-hina-kii-akea, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Iwia, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Jacob, see Esau and Jacob.
  • Ka or Ke, for names beginning with Ka or Ke (=M. Te) see the next part of name; as Ka Io Lani, see Io Lani.
  • ka'ala, official in funeral ceremonies, 212.
  • Kaea, 12 in genealogy (2), 20; 11 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Kahaukuhonua, 24 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • Kahaumokuleia, after 15 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • kaheru, digging implement, 355.
  • Kahi-anakii-akea, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Kahihiokalani, 25 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • Kahiki Apaapa Lani, after 26 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Kahiki Apaapa Nuu, after 26 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Kahiko, 12 in genealogy (1), 20; 11 in genealogy (3), 20; father of Ki'i, 19; father of first man, 21.
  • Kahiko-lua-mea, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Kahukura, 10 in genealogies (1) and (2), 319.
  • kaiono, kumara-planter, 371.
  • Kai Pahola, Ke, 29 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • kai popoa, ceremonial foods, 375.
  • kairangi, clearing land for cultivation, 365.
  • kaironaki, seed-distributors, 371.
  • kairumaki, kumara-planter, 371.
  • Kaitahu, drilling of greenstone, 181; see also Ngai Tahu.
  • Kaitangata, see Aikanaka, 28 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • kaiwhakatahu, maker of first row of kumara-mounds, 373.
  • kaiwhakatiri, seed-distributors, 371.
  • Kaiwi, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Kakaihili, 5 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Kake-tua-ariki, 15 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Ka-lai, 23 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Kalakaua, chant of creation, 7; in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kalanikauleleiaiwi. in Haw. genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kalanikupule, in Haw. genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kalani Menehuna, 24 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Kalaunuiohua, in Haw. genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kelehenui, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kamahele, 8 in genealogy (2), 20; 9 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Kamakau, S. M., data supplied by, 26, 27.
  • Kamaluohua, in Haw. genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kamehameha, in Haw. genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kamole, 6 in genealogy (2), 20; 7 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Kaneoneo, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • kangi, funeral dirge, Ontong Java, 205.
  • Kani-a-Takirau, Cook relic, 388.
  • Kanipahu, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • kao, a fish-hook, 222.
  • Kaohi, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Kaohiohi, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Kaokao Kalani, 27 in geneal. (1) table 4, 26.
  • Kapawa, after 25 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Kapiolani, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kapu-lani, 15 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Kapu-nuu, 14 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Karaka Tarawhiti, use of cord in planting, 369.
  • karakia
  • Hawaiian:
  • curse to kill sorcerer, 13.
  • Maori:
  • for scaring pukeko, 352; at planting of kumara, 372.
  • Ontong Java:
  • ku'i or birth-songs, 108-9; death ceremonies, 206 and on.
  • karakia, first lines—
  • Hawaiian:
  • The fire burned fiercely … 13.
  • Maori:
  • Ahuahu ana ra te whenua … 372.
  • Hie! Hie! Haere ki te huhi, 352.
  • Inu koe ki whea? 366.
  • Ringiringi taku kete homai … 372.
  • Ontong Java:
  • E o kou va'a e malu he kai. 108.
  • Hulihuli va'a i kai hengua, 207.
  • Ngau e maka 'u kanga nge, 206.
  • Ngoho kangi ngau i lunga ke 'ava, 207.
  • The shadow of my canoe lies on the sea. 109.
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  • karapi, fence on cultivation, 353.
  • karawa, a land division, 368.
  • Kau, in chant of creation, 11.
  • kau, a fish-hook, 222.
  • kauana, a fishing implement, 260.
  • Kauhi, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Kau-kura, 66 in genealogy (3) and 71 in (4) table 6, 34.
  • Ka'ukura, 2 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Kau-mango, 64 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Kau-ngati, 67 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34.
  • Kau-tea, 63 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • kawa, a land-division, 368.
  • Kawaamau-kele, 11 in geneal. (2), 20.
  • Kawala, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Kawaomaukele, 12 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • kawiloa, a fish-hook, 259.
  • Kawowo-i-Lani, 15 in geneal. (2) table 4, 26.
  • Keaho, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Keaunui, in Hawaiian geneal., table 5, 30.
  • Keawe, in Hawaiian geneal., table 5, 30.
  • Kekauilani, 17 in genealogy (4), 20
  • Keakenui, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Keaoa, 20 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Keila, houses in ruins on, 45.
  • Kekupahaikala, 28 in geneal. (1), 20.
  • Kennedy, D. G., Field-notes on Culture of Vaitupu, supplement to each quarterly number.
  • Kenyon, A. S., resigned from Polynesian Society, 200.
  • Keomo, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Kepelino, J., chants supplied, 26; his history, 27.
  • ketu, an agricult, implement, 355.
  • Kia, 6 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Kiamo, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Ki'i 13 in genealogies (1) and (3), 20; in column 5, genealogy, 20; displaced by Wakea, 21; antiquity of name, 21; see also Tiki.
  • ki'i, Hawaiian term for images, 16.
  • Kinakina, 2 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34
  • Kinilau-a-mano, after 25 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Kinney, M. A., resignation from Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Kio, 7 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • kipua, an ancestral spirit, 211.
  • Kirkcaldie, E. K., resignation from Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Klemm, G., onewa from Peru, 337.
  • ko, the Maori digging-implement, 354.
  • ko, planting of kumara, 368.
  • koanga, cultivation for planting, 365, 366.
  • Koiele, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Koihouhoua, 26 in geneal. (2), 20.
  • koihu, space bet. kumara-mounds, 371.
  • Koikua, in chant of creation, 10.
  • koko, a shovelling implement, 357.
  • ko kumara, ceremonial song, 372.
  • Kolu-ana-hina-kii-akea, in chant of creation, 12.
  • komene, a fish-hook, 222.
  • Komo, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Kona in chant of creation, 10.
  • Konakona, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Konohiki, 19 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • Kookookumaikalani, 26 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • koronae, a stile, 353.
  • Koropanga, see Olopana, Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Kotahu, 8 in genealogies (6) and (7), 320.
  • Koula, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Koulamai-kalani, 10 in geneal. (2), 20.
  • Kroeber, stone-age needles, 312-13.
  • kuakolo, plant used in funeral ceremonies, 203.
  • Kuhelei-moana, 18 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • ku'i birth-songs, 108-9; songs of victory, 109.
  • Ku i ka Ewa Lani, after 26 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Kukaniloko, in Hawaiian geneal., table 5, 30.
  • Kukona, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30
  • Kukuluhiokalani, after 25 in genealogy (4), 20.
  • Kulea, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Kulia, in chant of creation, 10.
  • kumara, introduced to New Zealand, 347; non-flowering of, 348; poor growth at Taupo, 349; Taumutu southern limit of, 350; cultivation of, 358 and on; brought in Horouta, 360, 372.
  • kumara-gods, an objectionable term, 378.
  • Kumuhonua tradition, Fornander's version and others, 11; distribution of name, 13, table 2; first man, 17; the genealogy considered, 25; genealogical count, tab. 5, 30.
  • Kumu-koa, 21 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Kumulipo chant of creation, 7; distribution of name, 13, table 2.
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  • Kumu-uli, distribution of name, 13, table 2.
  • Ku Nawao, son of Lua Nuu, note in table 4, 26.
  • Kupo- and Kupolo-, names beginning with, 11.
  • Kupukupu-lani, 19 in genealogy (4) table 4, 26.
  • Kupukupu-nuu, 19 in geneal. (3) table 4, 26.
  • Kupulanakehau, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Kupu poroporoaki ki to maua Iwi Maori, 73.
  • Kura-a-moo, 11 and 18 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34; dates at about A D. 400, 37, and table 8, 39.
  • kuravena ('uravena), fishing, 221.
  • kuru, name of bread-fruit, 347.
  • Kuwha-roa, 9 in genealogy (3), 319.
  • Laamaikahiki, in Hawaiian geneal., table 5, 30-31, 33; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • labour, proverbs regarding, 354; dignity of, 364.
  • Laheamanu, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Lai, Ka-, 23 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Lai-ka-pa, 23 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Lakona, in Hawaiian geneal., table 5, 30.
  • Lalo-hana, 14 in genealogy (4) tab. 4, 26.
  • Lalo-hoaniani, 15 in genealogy (4) table 4, 26.
  • Lalo-kona, 15 in geneal. (3) table 4, 26.
  • Land Court records, genealogies of, 316.
  • land-title, based on genealogy, 4.
  • lashing, in terminology, 178.
  • Lauli-a-Laa. in Hawaiian geneal., table 5, 30.
  • Lawrence, F., resigned from Polynesian Society, 200.
  • Leawale, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Lehmann, F. R., Die Polynesischen Tabusitten, review of, 382.
  • Lelehooma, 27 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Lelean, C. O., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • letter-changes, dropping k, 225; ng changed to n, 226.
  • Leuaneuwa, incorrect name of Ontong Java, 94.
  • Leuanuia, native name of Ontong Java, 387.
  • Leucanous albus pacificus, indicators of dolphin, 171.
  • Lewis, L., new member Polynesian Society. 200.
  • life-principle universality of, 377.
  • light, Atea a concept of, 24.
  • light-personfication of Tane, 22-23.
  • Lii- and Liili-, names beginning with, 11.
  • Liilii, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Liliuokalani, chant of creation, 7.
  • Lili-noe, 13 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Liloa, in Haw. geneal., table 5, 30.
  • Limay River, okewa from, 338.
  • Limu-ana-hina-kii-akea, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Ling Roth, taniko border, 311.
  • linguistics, a curious gnomic Maori phrase—Kia whakaoho koe i taku …., 40, note.
  • —definiteness and indefiniteness in Rotuman, corrections to be made, 75.
  • —language of Inakona, 113.
  • —word-list, 67.
  • Llaima, okewa from, 341.
  • Loaa, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Loaa, 12 in geneal. (4) table 4, 26.
  • Loaa-io, 11 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Locke, S., genealogy of Toi, 318.
  • Lo-hana-hana-hina-kii-papa, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Loi-, names beginning with, 11.
  • Lono, chant of dedication, 12.
  • Lonoikahaupu, in Hawaiian genealogy, table 5, 30.
  • Lord Howe Group (Ontong Java), transition rites, 94.
  • love-making, Mua Ta'aroa auspicious night for, 254.
  • Lowrie, A. A., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Lua-anahinakii-papa, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Luaniua tribe, depopulation, 43.
  • Luaniua, see Leuaniua.
  • Lua Nuu, 23 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Luanuu, 11 in genealogy (1), 20; 12 in genealogy (3), 20; introduced circumcision, note opp. 23 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • lug, of a stone tool, in terminology, 175.
  • Lu-i-ka-Po, 16 in geneal. (2) table 4, 26.
  • Lu'ukia (M. Rukutia), settled in Society Islands, 33.
  • maa i te vaha, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • maakua, at ceremonies on pregnancy, 104.
  • maara, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • MacGuire, J. D., onewa from California, 324-5.
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  • Maciver, A. H., new rules and incorporation, 200; elected treasurer, 294.
  • McKay, C. C., Cook relic, 388.
  • Maeata, 6 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34.
  • Maeolo, in Haw. genealogy, table 5, 30-31.
  • ma'ema, form-change from samia, 276.
  • mahanoa, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Mahele, in chant of creation, 10.
  • mahimahi, fishing for, 166.
  • mahinga, a cultivation, 361, 368.
  • Mahuli, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Mahuru, personification of spring, 366.
  • Maiao, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Maigret, Bishop, wrote down Kepelino's history, 27, 28.
  • Maihikea, 28 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Maikitekura, 13 in genealogies (1) and (2), 319.
  • Maina, 5 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34.
  • Makalawena, 26 in geneal. (1), 20.
  • Makaro, 7 in geneal. (3) tab. 6, 34.
  • Makawa, a chief of the Horouta, 372.
  • Makitanara, Maori needles, 311.
  • Makou, in chant of creation, 10.
  • male and female element of cosmogonies, 40, note.
  • Malelewaa, 24 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • male organ, Tiki as, 14-15.
  • Malinowski, B., health of natives, 56.
  • Malo, in Ulu genealogy, 32.
  • Mama'o, in column 5, genealogy, 20.
  • Mamaru family, genealogy of, 320.
  • mamo, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Mana, in chant of creation, 9.
  • mana, induction by incantation, 12.
  • mana-possessing stones, 378.
  • mana, fishing for, 226; varieties, 228.
  • Manaku, 9 in geneal. (1), 20; 10 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Manamana-ia-Kuluea, after 14 in genealogy (2), table 4, 26.
  • Manatu, 73 in geneal. (4) tab. 6, 34.
  • manga, fishing for, 226.
  • Mangungu-a-te-rangi, 8 in geneal. (4) table 6, 34.
  • Manienie Akiaki, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Manihera Waititi, use of tirourou, 358; procedure in cultivation, 373.
  • Maning, F. E., age of storage-pits, 350.
  • manini, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Manouluae, 2 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • manuoroo, a craft of fishers, 237.
  • manure, not used by Maori, 364.
  • Manutuke, slabs for church at, 292.
  • mao'ae, N. to N.E. breeze, 250.
  • “Maori”, binding of fifty copies to meet demands, 75.
  • Mapunaiaala, 18 in geneal. (4), 20.
  • mara, a cultivation, 368.
  • maraamu (mara'ai), southerly wind 250.
  • Marama, 8 in geneal. (3) tab. 6, 34.
  • marara, used as bait, 157.
  • mara tautane, kumara-ceremonial, 361.
  • mariripurepo, a class of fishers, 237.
  • Markham, H. A., population of On-tong Java, 45.
  • marlin swordfish, taken on hook, 158.
  • marriage ceremonies, Ontong Java, 96.
  • Maru, 72 in geneal. (4) table 6, 34.
  • Mason, J. A., onewa from Michigan, 327.
  • mata, ceremonial tuber, 374.
  • mataihi, path in cultivation, 368.
  • Mata-kaheru (Hyades), name, 355.
  • Matariki, and cultivation, 366; offerings to, 375.
  • matavai, fished for, 228.
  • Maui, 22 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • Maui-tikitiki and Rongo-maui, 359.
  • Maui-tikitiki, see Te Tarava, 21 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Mau-o-, names prefixed by, 73-87 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Maupiti, varieties of pearl-shell, 242.
  • mauri, ceremonial branchlet, 372.
  • mauri of kumara, 377.
  • Maweke, 29 in geneal. (1), 20; his importance, 29; in Haw. geneal., table 5, 30, 33; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Mee Hiwa, after 23 in geneal, (2) table 4, 26.
  • Mee Nui Hikina, Ka, 29 in geneal. (2) table 4, 26.
  • megaliths, phallicism in, 15.
  • Meleagrina, shell for fish-hook shank, 243.
  • Mercury Bay, old cultivations at, 350.
  • mere family of weapons in America, 322.
  • merman-god, Tinorua, 237.
  • meteorology, weather-lore of natives, 250.
  • Mexico, patu from, 332, 333.
  • Michigan, onewa from, 327; patu from, 329.
  • migrations of early Polynesians, 1; date of last migration to New Zealand, table 8, 39.
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  • miromiro, in myth of Maui and ko, 356.
  • missions, and breaking of native customs, 61.
  • miti, from Fraser River, 331.
  • mu o afi, a time-division, 232.
  • moa, a land-division, 368.
  • moon, and agriculture, 357.
  • moa-bone, worked bone no proof of Maori knowledge of living moa, 186; moa-bone drill, 184; moa-bone fish-hook, 185.
  • moanarori, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Moe-te-ra-uri, 70 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Moikeha, in Haw. geneal., 29; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Mokukaia, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Mokukapewa, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Mole Hikina Kuahine, Ka, 24 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Mole-o-ka-honua, Ka-, 20 in geneal. (3) table 4, 26.
  • Montgomery, W. H., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Mookura, 4 in geneal. (2) tab. 6, 34.
  • moon, as affecting fishing, 254; personified in Rongo and Hina, 357.
  • moon-maiden. Hina as, 17.
  • Moorea, outrigger-attachments, 89; varieties of pearl-shell, 241.
  • mootae, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Moo-tea, 9 in geneal. (2) tab. 6, 34.
  • Moo-uri, 8 in geneal. (2) tab. 6, 34.
  • Moriori genealogy of Toi, 193.
  • mortal divinities, deification of, 12.
  • motu, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • motuhaapiti, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • motuooti, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • mourning ceremonies, Ontong Java, 213.
  • Mua, 3 in genealogies (1) and (3) table 6, 34.
  • Mua-. names beginning with, 11.
  • Mua Ta'aroa, a favourable fishing night, 254.
  • Mulielealii, in Haw. genealogy 29, table 5, 30.
  • Mulloides auriflamma, bait for albacore, 149; food of bonito, 237.
  • muru, institution of, 364.
  • Naalo, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Naio, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Nairn, C. J., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Nakeke Honua after 26 in geneal. (1) table 4, 26.
  • Nakeke i Lani. after 26 in geneal. (1) table 4, 26.
  • Nakolokolo Lani, after 26 in geneal. (1) table 4, 26.
  • Nalo, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Nalu Akua, Nalu Hoohua, Nalu Manamana, following 14 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • name-changing, Polynesian, 3.
  • names, interpretation of meaning, 40, note; 290.
  • naming of children, Ontong Java, 110.
  • Nana names in Hawaii, 18, 19.
  • Nana, in chant of creation, 9; 15 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • nana, fishing for, 226.
  • Nana-hapa, 17 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Nana-hope, 18 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Nana-ie, after 15 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Nana-ie-lani, 16 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Nana-ikeauhaku, 19 in geneal. (1), 20.
  • Nana-kaoko, 25 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Nanakehili, 5 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • Nana-kulei, 24 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Nana-maoa, 23 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Nana-mea, 15 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Nana-mua, 18 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Nanana, in column 5, genealogy, 20.
  • Nana-Nuu, 14 in geneal. (3) tab. 4, 26.
  • nanatu, fishing for, 228.
  • Nana-ulu, son of Ki'i and Hinakoula, 18; 14 in geneal. (1), 20.
  • Nanea, 13 in geneal. (3) tab 4, 26.
  • Napuueha, in chant of creation, 10.
  • needle, Maori, 310; eye drilled, 187.
  • Neenee Papu Lani, 19 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • Newenewe Maolina i Kahiku-ku, after 26 in geneal. (1) table 4, 26.
  • Ngai-Tahu, drilling of greenstone, 181; genealogy, 320; genealogy of Toi, 190; bone sewing-needles, 311.
  • ngakau-kuri, flowering form of kumara, 360.
  • ngaki, weeding, 365.
  • ngakinga, a cultivation, 368.
  • Ngana, Maori wind-personifications, 18.
  • Nganana (Nanana), son of Rangi, 18.
  • ngangie, wood for fish-hooks, 259.
  • ngarara and nana comparatives, 19.
  • Nga-taito-ariki, 2 in geneals. (3) and (4) table 6, 34; curious form of name Te Nga-taito-ariki, 35.
  • Ngatata-o-te-rangi, 9 in genealogy (4) table 6, 34.
  • Ngati-Kahungunu genealogy of Toi, 191.
  • Ngati Maniapoto genealogies from Toi, 318.
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  • Nga-tupua, 3 in geneal. (4) tab. 6, 34.
  • ni, name of coconut, 347.
  • nights favourable for planting, 366-7.
  • Nihooleki, a bonito-fisher, story of, 255.
  • Nini, in chant of creation, 11.
  • niu, name of coconut, 347; a divination, 347.
  • niuhiti, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Noah, see Nuu, 26, and table 4, 26.
  • noio, supernatural bird-sister of Nihooleki, 256.
  • Nootka Sound, patu paraoa from, 332.
  • Nordhoff, C., fishing, Society Islds., 137, 221.
  • nose, rings in after birth, 112.
  • Nukahakoa, 10 in geneal. (1) 20.
  • Nukualofa, canoes at, 303.
  • Nukumanu, natives at Ontong Java, 44.
  • numi, a fish-hook, 222.
  • Nunu Lani, 17 in geneal. (1) tab. 4, 26.
  • Nuu, supposed to be Noah, 26; 13 of genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • oaoia, pleasure of a fisherman, 253.
  • Oceania, in Geographie Universelle, tome 10, 289.
  • O'Connell, J. F., Eleven Years in Australia and on the Island of Ponape, new German translation, review of, 71.
  • octopus, method of catching, 169.
  • off-shore fishing, Society Islands, 137, 237.
  • ohu, a working-bee, 368.
  • oiro, fished for, 228.
  • okewa, from Limay River, 338; from Llaima, 341.
  • Ole, 7 in genealogy (1), 20; 8 in genealogy (3), 20; in column 5 of genealogy, 20.
  • Olepe, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Olioli, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Olopana (='Olopana, M. Koropanga) in Haw. geneal., table 5, 30; settled in Society Islands, 33; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Omoomo, in chant of creation, 10.
  • one matua, a loam, 354.
  • one parahuhu, alluvium, 354.
  • one paraumu, a variety of soil, 354.
  • one tuatara, a variety of soil, 354.
  • One Tree Hill district, dense Maori population, 349.
  • onewa, from Arkansas, 323; from California, 324; from Michigan, 327; from Peru, 337; from Cuzco, 337; from Villavicencio, 338; from S. Chile, 338.
  • Ongtong Java, see Ontong Java.
  • ono, a barracouta, 228.
  • ono, to plant, 368.
  • Ono-ana-hina-kii-papa, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Onthong Java, see Ontong Java, 386-7.
  • Ontong Java, depopulation of, 43; social customs, 52 and on; birth-rate, 57; transition rites, 94, 201; spelling of name, 386.
  • 'operu, used as bait, 157.
  • orare, food of bonito, 237.
  • Oregon, patu from, 329, 330.
  • Orokaiva Society, F. E. Williams, review, 383.
  • oropua, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • orthographic system for Polynesian, 278.
  • otii, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • otohu, system of ethics, 384.
  • ouliouli, a song of victory, 109.
  • 'ouma, bait for albacore, 149; food of bonito, 237.
  • outrigger canoes, Tonga, 299.
  • outrigger-attachments, Society Islands, 89.
  • Owe, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Pa, in chant of creation, 10.
  • pa, wood for fish-hook, 239.
  • paamea, paamoa, a bonito, 236.
  • Paao, in Haw. history and geneal., 32, 33; date of his era, tab. 8, 39.
  • pae, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Paekaka, 16 in genealogy (1), 319.
  • Paekuku, 16 in genealogy (2), 319.
  • Paele, in chant of creation, 10.
  • paere, a fish taken, 158.
  • Paetaku, 15 in genealogies (1) and (2), 319.
  • Pahewa, Hakaraia, use of tihouhou, 358.
  • pahoka, pahokahoka, breakwind on cultivation, 353.
  • Pahuhu, a famous bonito-hook, 255.
  • pahuhu, a pearl-shell name, 256.
  • paieie, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Paikekalua, in chant of creation, 10.
  • paiuma, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • pa kahawai, type of hook, 234.
  • pakara, new word, 68.
  • pakari, new word, 68.
  • pakati, new word, 68.
  • pakawera, new word, 68.
  • pakawha, new word, 67.
  • pakere pokinga, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • paketu, an agricultural implement, 355.
  • Paki-whara, 7 in geneal. (3), 319.
  • pakorokoro, fence on cultivation, 353.
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  • Palimakahana, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Patinurus vulgaris, used as bait, 168.
  • patu, a widely-used fish-word taking place of ika, 260.
  • Pana, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Panakahi, in chant of creation, 10.
  • panewai, new word, 68.
  • Pani, mother of kumara, 359; invocation to, 372.
  • pani, connection with pari, 360.
  • Pani-tinaku, mother of kumara, 359.
  • paopao, a Samoan canoe, 299.
  • Papa, in Hawaiian chant of creation, 12; distribution of name, 13, table 2; significance of, 21; as Atea, 1 in geneal. (1), table 6, 34.
  • papahuaki, new word, 68.
  • papaka, new word, 67.
  • papaki, new word, 67.
  • Papa-nui-hanau-moku, distribution of name, 13, tab. 2; meaning, 21; in genealogy (1), table 4, 26.
  • papatai, new word, 68.
  • Papa-tu-a-nuku, distribution of name, 13, table 2.
  • Papaua, in chant of creation, 9.
  • papawai, new word, 67.
  • papehee, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • papeheru, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • papeoihe, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • paperohutu, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • papeura, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • parakiwai, silt, 354.
  • paratinaku, new word, 67.
  • parau pohe, a faded pearl-shank, 251.
  • pare, from Te Puke, note and illus., 199.
  • parekohu, new word, 68.
  • parengaru, new word, 68.
  • paretai, agricultural implement, 357.
  • pari, and pani, 360.
  • Paris, Adm., figure of canoe, 307.
  • particle e, status of. 283.
  • paru, a widely-used fish-word taking place of ika, 260.
  • Parutu, an albacore-hole, 143.
  • patatara, new meaning, 67.
  • pari, new word, 68.
  • patapata, dimpling of surface-water by fish, 254.
  • patea, new word, 67.
  • pateketeke, new word, 67.
  • patohe, a fallow cultivation, 368.
  • patoi, new word, 68.
  • patotara, a flounder, 67.
  • patu, from Washington State, 325; from Michigan, 329; from Oregon, 329, 330; from Fraser River, 331; from Mexico, 332, 333; brass patu from Columbia River, 334.
  • patu onewa, see onewa.
  • patu paraoa, from Nootka Sound, 332; from Vancouver Island, 334.
  • patupatu, clod-breaker, 358.
  • patu pora of iron, note and illus. of, 198.
  • patu-taharua, form of weapon, 339.
  • Paumakua, in Haw. geneal., tab. 5, 30-32, 33; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Pawa, a chief of the Horouta, 372.
  • pawa, new word, 68.
  • pawhati, new word, 68.
  • pehe, new word, 68.
  • Peheke-mana, 17 in geneal. (1), 20.
  • Peheke-ula, 16 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Pehenga i te rangi, 5 in geneal. 5, 320.
  • Pehunga i te rangi, 5 in geneal. 7, 320.
  • Peke-tea-tama, 31 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Peke-to-ake, 30 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • Peke-to-io, 29 in geneal. (1) tab. 6, 34.
  • Peleiomo, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Pelau tribe, depopulation, 43.
  • Pemphis acidula, used for fish-hooks, 259.
  • pepeke, new word, 67.
  • pepepa, new word, 67.
  • pere, light digging-implement, 358.
  • personification in genealogies, 19.
  • Peru, onewa from, 337.
  • phallicism underlying sculpture, 15.
  • phallic stones as fertilizing agents, 377, 379.
  • Pharaoh, a Hawaiian, see Wahanui, 27.
  • Phillips, W. J., iron patu, 198-9; Maori burial-chests in Vienna, 388.
  • philosophical advance indicated in myths, 24.
  • phonetics, discussion of hamzah, 263.
  • Piala, in chant of creation, 10.
  • pig, and Maori cultivations, 353.
  • pihapiha-ika, new word, 67.
  • pihoriki, new word, 67.
  • pii, a fish-hook, 222.
  • Piilani, in Haw. geneal., tab. 5, 30.
  • pikaraihe, new word, 67.
  • Pili, in Haw. geneal., tab. 5, 30-32, 33; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Pililohai, 24 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Pili Po, 17 in geneal. (2) tab. 4, 26.
  • pinaki, an agricultural implement, 355.
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  • pionioni, new word, 67.
  • pipiwharauroa, and planting-time, 366.
  • Pipturus argenteus, bark used for cordage, 147, 248.
  • Pirae, an albacore-hole, 143.
  • pirara, a bonito, 236.
  • Plectronia barbata, wood used for cross-booms, 144.
  • poarahi, a bonito, 236.
  • poetic composition, Hawaii, 8.
  • Po-hakoikoi, 18 in geneal. (4) table 4, 26.
  • pohatu taharua, from Chatham Islands, 326-27.
  • pohau manga, type of hook, 234.
  • pohokura, new word, 67.
  • pohotea, new word, 67.
  • Po-kinikini, 17 in geneal. (3) tab. 4, 26.
  • Po-lehulehu, 17 in genealogy (4) table 4, 26.
  • poll, of stone tool, in terminology, 175.
  • Polo-, names beginning with, 11.
  • polygyny, Ontong Java, 100.
  • Polynesian Club, desirability of establishment, 263.
  • Polynesia genealogies, evaluation of, 1; earlier inhabitants, 38; the Polynesian a mixed type, 38; use of in dating history, 189.
  • Polynesian Society:
  • annual meeting, 4th July, 293.
  • annual report and balance-sheet, 295.
  • conference advisable, 294.
  • council meeting, 14th March, 74; 27th May, 200.
  • council members increased from 7 to 8, 294.
  • list of members, 76.
  • list of presidents, 85.
  • list of Societies, etc., to whom Journal is sent, 86.
  • publications received by, 69, 195, 288, 381.
  • Polypodium, used for basket-work, 148.
  • Po-manomano, 18 in genealogy (3) table 4, 26.
  • Pomare, Sir Maui, death of, 293; obituary note, 286.
  • Ponape, new German translation of O'Connell's book, Eleven Years in Australia and … Ponape, review of, 71.
  • Ponarangihua, 9 in geneal. (1), 319.
  • pongaihu, new word, 67; space between kumara-mounds, 371.
  • population of Pacific, declining population, 47 and on.
  • pora, new word, 67.
  • Pou, 9 in genealogy (2), 319.
  • pregnancy and birth, Ontong Java, 101.
  • Prentice, W. T., resignation from Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Prime Minister, Journal sent to, 75.
  • Promethicthys prometheus, fishing for, 226.
  • proverbs, regarding labour, 354.
  • Pteridium aquilinum var. esculenta, digging of, 356.
  • Pteris (bracken), widely used in New Zealand, 348.
  • Pua, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Puaena, in chant of creation, 9.
  • puahou, new word, 68.
  • puareka, new word, 67.
  • puatahoe, flowering form of kumara, 360.
  • Puia, 15 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Puili, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Puiliaku, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Puiliili, in chant of creation, 10.
  • puka, digging implement, 355, 358.
  • pukaware, new word, 67.
  • puke, a kumara-hillock, 367, 370.
  • pukeko, and Maori cultivations, 352; Hine-wairua-kokako the personified form, 352.
  • pukiore, path in cultivation, 368.
  • Puna, 29 in geneal. (3), 20; tab. 5, 30.
  • punaharuru, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • puna i'a, fish-stones (charms) 158-9.
  • pungoungou, new word, 67.
  • Pupu, 2 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34.
  • Pupue, 8 in geneal. (1), 20; 9 in geneal. (3), 20; in column 5 of genealogy, 20.
  • purangirangi, new word, 68.
  • puraro-fishing, 154.
  • purau, new word, 67.
  • purau, albacore-rod, 145.
  • puraufarara, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • purehua, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • pureureu, new word, 68.
  • purification, after visit to house of death, 203.
  • purikoriko, new word, 68.
  • Puukolukolu, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Puunaue, in chant of creation, 10.
  • puwharu, new word, 67.
  • quincunx order of planting kumara, 369.
  • Ra'iatea, outrigger-attachments in, 92; varieties of pearl-shell in, 242.
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  • raihe, fence on cultivation, 353.
  • Raivavae, phallicism in sculpture, 15.
  • Rakai-te-rangi, 8 in genealogy (1), 319.
  • Rake, 6 in genealogy (2), 319.
  • Rake-nui-a-te-uhi, 6 in geneal. (1), 319.
  • Ranga-hua, 8 in geneal. (2), 319.
  • Rangi Hiroa, Te (Dr. P. H. Buck), taniko border, 311; terminology for ground stone cutting implements, 174.
  • Rangi, in cosmogonic genealogies, 6; distribution of name, 13, table 2.
  • Rangi-tupewa, 9 in genealogies (6) and (7), 320.
  • Rangi tumaroro, 10 in genealogies (6) and (7), 320.
  • Rapa, phallicism in sculpture, 15.
  • rapa maire, spade-like implement, 358.
  • Rarotongan genealogy, 33.
  • rauoro, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Rauru, 67 in geneal. (4) tab. 6, 34; 2 in geneal. (5), 320.
  • rauwaka, a land-division, 368.
  • rauwiri, a wattled fence, 353.
  • red-haired children born during Mua Ta'aroa, 254.
  • Reikura, and kumara-myth, 360.
  • religious ideas, inexplicitness of, 383.
  • remu, part of kumara-cultivation, 368.
  • Rennell Island, free from tuberculosis and malaria, 51.
  • retu, a variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • reva, a variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • reviews and notices:
  • Best, E., Fishing Methods and Devices of the Maori, 72.
  • Hornell, J., String-figures from Sierra Leone, 382.
  • Lehmann, F. R., Die Polynesischen Tabusitten, 382.
  • O'Connel, J. F., Elf Jahre in Australien und auf der Insel Ponape, 71.
  • Towle, C. C., Stone Implements of the Scraper Family found in New South Wales, 382.
  • Williams, F. E., Orokaiva Society, 382.
  • rhythmical labour, 356.
  • rice, food of Polynesian, 347.
  • rig of Tongan canoe, 301.
  • Rio, god of fishermen, 237.
  • Rivers, G. H. Pitt, declining of population in Pacific, 49.
  • Riverton, Maori bone decorative comb, 284.
  • ro'a maohi, used for fishing-lines, 248.
  • Roberts, S. H., declining population of Pacific, 47-48.
  • Roma-tane, interpretation of name, 291.
  • Rongo, and incest-myth, 23; 2 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Rongo, deity of agriculture, 356-7, 359; personification of moon, 357.
  • Rongomaihurangi, 4 in genealogies (1) and (2), 319.
  • Rongo-marae-roa, tutelary origin of food, 359.
  • Rongo-ma-Tane, dual author of fecundation, 359.
  • Rongo-maui, husband of Pani, 359.
  • Rotuman, definiteness and indefiniteness in, corrections for, 75.
  • Ruahatutinirau, a Polynesian Neptune, 237.
  • Rua-i-te-karii, 5 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • Ruanuku, 2 in geneal. (3) tab. 6, 34.
  • Ruarangi, 2 in geneals. (3) and (4), 319.
  • Ruatawaero, 5 in geneal. (1), 319.
  • Ruatewaero, 5 in geneal. (2), 319.
  • ruhi, fished for, 228.
  • Rukutia, see Lu'ukia, 33.
  • Rutanga, 7 in geneals. (1) and (2), 319.
  • Ruvettus pretiosus, fishing for, 221.
  • sa'a ceremony after death, 204.
  • samia, form-change to ma'ema, 276.
  • sanga, festival after birth, 112.
  • Schizostachyum, used for bait-cars, 149; for fishing-rods, 246.
  • scraper, agricultural implement, 357-8.
  • screens on cultivations, 352.
  • sea-fishing, Society Islands, 137.
  • Seamer, A. J., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • sectarianism in teachings, 22, 25.
  • Seriola sp., fished for, 228.
  • Seurat, L. G., fishing in Tuamotu Islands, 222.
  • sewing-needle, Maori, 310.
  • sex of child, how known before birth, 103.
  • sexual customs, Ontong Java, 59 and on; 98-9.
  • shark, not feared by albacore, 153.
  • Sharpe, J. B. A., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Shortland, E., southern limit of kumara, 350.
  • shoulder, of stone tool, in terminology, 175.
  • sides, of stone tool, in terminology, 177.
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  • Sierra Leone, string figures, 382.
  • Sikiana natives at Ontong Java, 44.
  • Sin, and Sina (=Rongo), 357.
  • sinker, how attached to hook, 229.
  • Skinner, H. D., Maori bone decorative comb from Riverton, 284; terminology for ground stone cutting-implements, 174; distribution of Maori needles, 314; independent invention of weapon like patu onewa, 324, 325, 326; brass patu from Columbia River, 334; okewa from Limay River, 340.
  • slabs, carved, from Turanga, 199, 292.
  • Smith, D. S., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Smith, S. P., genealogy in history, 1 and on throughout article; generation of 25 years, 37.
  • sneezing a good sign in babyhood, 111.
  • soatau, Samoan canoe, 301.
  • social organisation, Ontong Java, 94.
  • Society Islands, outrigger attachments in, 89; fishing notes, 221.
  • socket, of stone tools, in terminology, 178.
  • soils, Maori knowledge of, 354.
  • solar myth, interpretation of incest myth, 23.
  • Solomon Islands, language of Inakona, 113.
  • — natives of Ontong Java, 44.
  • South Seas literature, bibliography for 1925-27, 197.
  • stars regarded by cultivators, 366.
  • Steele, R. H., drilling greenstone, 181; Maori sewing-needles, 310.
  • stiles, over fences, 353.
  • Stimson, J. F., a discussion of the hamzah and some allied aspects of Polynesian phonetics, 263.
  • Stokes, J. F. G., An Evaluation of Early Genealogies used for Polynesian History, 1; on interpretation of names, 290; terminology of ground stone cutting-implements, 174.
  • stone cutting-implements, terminology in description of, 174.
  • stress, dynamic, sign for, 281.
  • stone fish-charms, 158-9.
  • stone implements of scraper family found in New South Wales, 382.
  • stones, as fertilizing agents, 377.
  • string-figures, Sierra Leone, 382.
  • Stubley, C. C., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • surgical needles, Maori, 311.
  • Sutherland, I. L. G., elected to Council, 294.
  • swamp-hen, and Maori cultivations, 352; see pukeko.
  • sword-fish, feared by albacore, 153; taken on hook, 158.
  • symmetry in kumara-planting, 368-9.
  • Ta'aroa tahi, a favourable fishing-night, 254.
  • tafa'anga, canoes, Tonga, 299.
  • tagaro, a fish-hook, 222.
  • Tahaa, varieties of pearl-shell, 241.
  • tahiamanu, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Tahiti- off-shore fishing, 137; varieties of pearl-shell, 241; outrigger attachments in, 89; visits to, from Hawaii, 31.
  • taho, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Tahu, personified form of food, 360.
  • tahu, first row of kumara-mounds, 373.
  • tahuna, a land-division, 368.
  • Taiamai district, cultivations of, 362.
  • Tai-mata-nui, 16 in genealogies (3) and (4), 319.
  • Tainui-a-rangi, husband of Pani, 360.
  • tairoto, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • taitiporo, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Taito-kuru-angiangi, 18 in geneal. (3), table 6, 34.
  • Taito-kuru-ma-rakamea, 19 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Taito-rangi-ioio, 17 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34.
  • Taito-rangi-ngangana, 47 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • Taito-rangi-ngunguru, 46 in genealogy (1) and 16 in (3), table 6, 34.
  • takaahi, path in cultivation, 368.
  • takahi, foot-rest of ko, 356.
  • Takaroa, varieties of pearl-shell, 242.
  • takitaki, screens on cultivations, 352, 353.
  • Takou-kura, 2 in geneal. (2), 319.
  • Taku, natives at Ontong Java, 44.
  • Tama-haere, 6 in geneal. (3), 319.
  • tamanu, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Tamarua, genealogy of, 34.
  • Tamarua-metua, genealogy of, 34.
  • Tamarua-metua-o-Avaiki, 34 in genealogy (2), table 6, 34.
  • Tamarua-pai, 105 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • tamata, a new cultivation, 368.
  • Tamatea, a favourable fishing-night, 254.
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  • Tama-whakatara, 17 in genealogies (3) and (4), 319, 320.
  • Tamil bell, references to, and illus. of, 198.
  • Tane, Tane and Atea conflict; distribution of names, 13, table 2; Tane and Tiki interchangeable, 15; wide spread of name, 22; Tane a displacement of Atea, 22; code of Tane, Hawaii, 27; 2 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tane-te-hokahoka, preserver of plant-life and fertility, 359.
  • tang, of stone tools, in terminology, 175.
  • Tangai-waho, preserver of plant-life and fertility, 359.
  • tangaro, a fish-hook, 222.
  • Tangaroa, 2 in geneal. (3) tab. 6, 34.
  • Tangaroa-i-te-rupetu, brother of Pani, 360.
  • Tangata-kato, 10 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tangata-katoa, 42 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • Tangata-nui, 40 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Tangata-rai, 41 in genealogy (1) table 6, 34.
  • Tangiia, geneal. of, 34; 68 in genealogy (3) and 73 (3) table 6, 34; names in line representing cosmogonic changes, 36.
  • taniko border not worked with needle, 310-11.
  • tapatapa kumara, ceremonial song, 372.
  • tapu, systematic violation by whites, 62; tapu of kumara-cultivation, 367, 372-3.
  • tapu, in Polynesia, review of Lehmann's Polynesischen Tabusitten, 382.
  • Tara. 4 in geneals. (5) (6) and (7), 320.
  • Taranaki, G., dropped from Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Tarava, 21 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34.
  • taremu, part of kumara-cultivation, 368.
  • taro, introduced to New Zealand, 347, 360; prefers damp soil, 366.
  • tattooing, Ontong Java, 45, 98.
  • Taukata, sacrificed to ensure fertility of kumara, 377.
  • taumata atua, resting-place of spirit, 378.
  • Taumutu, southern limit of kumara, 350.
  • taunga atua, resting-place of spirit, 377-8.
  • tauo, food of bonito, 237.
  • taupa, a land-division, 368.
  • Taupo genealogy of Toi, 190.
  • Taupo, kumara did not flourish at, 349.
  • taurahi, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Tau-tonu, 12 in geneal. (2) table 6, 34.
  • tawaha, a land-division, 368.
  • Tawhaki,? a personification, 33; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Tawhiti-nui-a-rua, interpretation of name, 291.
  • Taylor, Lewis, new member Polynesian Society, 200.
  • Taylor, R., sewing of eyelids, 312.
  • Te, for names beginning with Te, see the next part of name—as Te Uira, see Uira.
  • teaamu, name of albacore, 142.
  • teaching, variations in, 3-4, 22.
  • teka, foot-rest of ko, 355; sometimes carved, 356.
  • terminology, stone cutting implements, 174.
  • tern, indicating dolphins present, 171.
  • Tetiaroa, varieties of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Tetrapturus, a fish taken, 158.
  • Teviotdale, D., on significance of stone relic Whatu-kura-a-Tangaroa, 292.
  • tewha, a work-song, 371, 372.
  • tewhatewha, restriction of term, 339, note.
  • Thomson, B., outrigger canoe, 306-7.
  • Thomson, W. C., cannon from Cook's Endeavour, 389.
  • Thumm, T., okewa from Llaima, 341.
  • Thunnus macropterus, fishing for, 141.
  • tia matau, name of albacore, 142.
  • tihokahoka, breakwind on cultivation, 353.
  • tihou, an agricultural implement, 358.
  • Ti'i, see Tiki.
  • Tiki, Ti'i, or Ki'i. distribution of name, 13, table 2; in cosmogonic genealogies, 6; varying interpretations of the name, 14; esoteric meaning, 14-15; 45 in genealogy (1) and 15 in (3) table 6, 34; connected with Pani, 360.
  • tiki, drilling of holes in. 181.
  • tikoko, a shovelling implement, 357.
  • Times Literary Suppt., on exchange list, 200.
  • timo, timotimo, a grubber, 357.
  • tinaku, significance of word, 359.
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  • Tinorua, a merman-god, 237.
  • Tionga, his preserved head used as charm, 376.
  • tipi, light digging-implement, 358.
  • tipoa, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • tira-fishing, 141, 257.
  • tiri, kumara-planting, 368.
  • tirourou, agricultural implement, 358.
  • titohea, exhausted land, 368.
  • Tiwhana a rangi, 6 in genealogies (6) and (7), 320.
  • toamaue, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • toaroa, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • toataea, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • to'erau, north-west wind, 250.
  • toheoo, a bonito-name, 236.
  • toheveri, name of bonito, 170, 236.
  • Toi, = Toi-kai-rakau, in geneals. of New Zealand, 4, 315, 319, 320; date of, 190.
  • Toi-te-huatahi, earlier name of Toi-kai-rakau, 315.
  • Toka-haere, 13 in genealogies (3) and (4), 319.
  • Toka-tipua, 12 in genealogies (3) and (4), 319.
  • tomea, an affection caused by bonito, 254.
  • Tonga, intercourse with Fiji, 306.
  • Tonga-iti, see Tupua, 1 in geneal. (4) table 6, 34.
  • Tongan outrigger canoes, 299.
  • Tongatabu, outrigger canoes, 301, 306.
  • tope, a fish-hook, 222, 259.
  • Toro-ki-matangi, 48 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • tou, to plant, 368.
  • Towle, C. C., stone implements of scraper family found in N.S.W., 382.
  • Trachurops crumenophthalma, used as bait, 157 229; food of bonito, 237.
  • transition rites, Ontong Java, 94, 201.
  • Trinity, Hawaiian, 27.
  • Tu, 2 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tua-ariki, 16 in geneal. (2) table 6, 34.
  • tuahu, a kumara-mound, 371.
  • Tuamotu, outrigger-attachment in, 93; ruvettus-fishing, 225.
  • tuao, a working-bee, 368.
  • Tubou, Geo., canoe-model, 306.
  • Tucker, B. F., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Tu-ei-puku, see Tuna-ariki, 53 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tuhanga-te-ao, 14 in geneals. (1) and (2), 319.
  • Tuhoe, kumara-ceremonial, 361.
  • tuiloa, a fish-hook, 259.
  • tuingutu, canoes, Tonga, 299.
  • tuiriirii, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • tukarapa paga, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • tukari, a kumara-mound, 371.
  • tukau, fishing-rod, 260.
  • Tukupo, 11 in genealagies (5) (6) and (7), 320.
  • Tumu, in cosmogonic genealogies, 6; distribution of name, 13, table 2; mate of Papa, 23; displaces Atea, 33; 1 in genealogies (2) and (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tumu-tumu-whenua, Tumu-tupu-fenua, distribution of name, 13, table 2.
  • Tuna-ariki, 53 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tupai, ruvetus-fishing at, 224.
  • tupere, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Tupua, 1 in geneal. (4) table 6, 34.
  • Tupua-nui-o-Avaiki, 2 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tupua-o-Avaiki, Te, 2 in genealogy (2) table 6, 34.
  • tupuke, kumara-hillock, 370.
  • Tupu-tupu-whenua, distribution of name, 13, table 2.
  • Turanga church, carved slabs from, 199, 292.
  • Turia, 12 in genealogies (5) (6) and (7), 320.
  • turtle, taken on hook, 223.
  • Tu-tarangi, 50 in geneal. (1) and 37 in (3) table 6, 34.
  • Tu-te-Ihonga, 17 in genealogies (1) and (2), 19.
  • Tu-te-rangi-marama, 3 in geneal. (2) table 6, 34.
  • Tutu-ahu-rangi, 5 in genealogy (3), 319.
  • Tutu-rauwha, 11 in genealogy (3), 319.
  • twins, treatment of, Ontong Java, 110-11.
  • ue, a method of rod-fishing, 253; known in Samoa, 258.
  • Uekaha, 4 in genealogy (3), 319.
  • Uenga-ariki, 61 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • Uenga-enua, 62 in genealogy (3) table 6, 34.
  • uhikaho (yam), introduced to New Zealand, 347.
  • Uila, planting of coconuts, Ontong Java, 46.
  • Uira, 2 in genealogies (1) and (2) table 6, 34.
  • Uira-o-te-rangi, 6 in genealogy (4) table 6, 34.
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  • Ui-te-rangiora, geneal of, 34; 44 in geneal. (3) table 6, 34; date of his era, table 8, 39.
  • Ukinala, in chant of creation, 10.
  • Uli, in chant of creation, 11.
  • Ulu, 14 in geneal. (3) and col. 5, 20; genealogy complicated, 21; genealogy tampered with, 31-32.
  • Ulu-ae, 16 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • ulu-hale, ceremonies by on pregnancy, 104-5.
  • Ulu-kou, 14 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Uma-lei, 22 in genealogy (1), 20.
  • Uma-uma-nana, 22 in geneal. (2), 20.
  • umete, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Unga, 5 in geneal. (1) table 6, 34.
  • unlucky nights for fishing; how do fish know them? 72.
  • 'uravena (Ruvettus pretiosus), fishing for, 221.
  • Urewera genealogies from Toi, 318.
  • Uru (Ulu), son of Rangi, 18.
  • uruati, a fish, 228.
  • urupiti, a fish, 228.
  • Uru-te-Ngangana in Maori myth, and Ngana-ulu in Hawaiian, 18.
  • ututau, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • 'U'une, column 6 in genealogy, 20.
  • Uwai o ka Moku, Ka, after 26 in genealogy (1) table 4, 26.
  • va'a alo of Samoa, 307.
  • vaiarahu, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • vaihaumi, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Vai-iti, 65 in geneal. (3) tab. 6, 34.
  • vaiooe, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • vaireva, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • Vaitakere, 20 in geneal. (3) tab. 6, 34.
  • vaitavae, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • vai tia, variety of pearl-shell, 242.
  • Vaitupu, field-notes, supplement to each quarterly number.
  • Vancouver Island, patu paraoa, from, 334.
  • Vatea, distribution of name, 13, tab. 2; a concept of light, 24.
  • va'u, a fish, 228.
  • Vavau, canoes of, 305.
  • Vega, the star, and Whanui, 359.
  • vehea, variety of pearl-shell, 241.
  • vere, name of albacore, 141.
  • Villavicencio, onewa from, 338.
  • vocabularies:
  • Inakona, Solomon Islands, 129.
  • vocative e, status of, 283.
  • waerenga, a bush clearing, 365.
  • waere taru, weeding, 365.
  • waewae wera, inexpert digger, 373.
  • wahaika, application of term, 339, note.
  • Wahanui, a Hawaiian Pharaoh, 27.
  • Wahanui, Hari, use of cord in planting kumara, 369.
  • Waia, 3 in geneals. (1) and (3), 20; column 5, 20.
  • Waikalani, 17 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • Wailoa, 4 in geneal. (1), 20; 6 in geneal. (3), 20.
  • Wai o Tueri, stone image of atua, 378.
  • waiwaha, a land-division, 368.
  • Wakanui, 5 in genealogy (6), 320.
  • wakaoro, a fish-hook, 259.
  • wakaoro yekiyeki, a fish-hook, 259.
  • wakawaka, a land-division, 368.
  • Wakea, in chant of creation, 12; distribution of name, 13, table 2; 1 in geneals. (1) and (3), 20; significance of, 21 and on; 28 in geneal. (3) table 4, 26.
  • Walea, 13 in geneal. (4) tab. 4, 26.
  • Walsh, Archdeacon, Maori as agriculturist, 352.
  • Walu-ana-hina-kii-papa, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Wanaao, Ka, 21 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Waohala, 20 in genealogy (2), 20.
  • Waolena, 20 in genealogy (3), 20.
  • Washington State, patu from, 325.
  • wa tauware, space between kumara-rows, 371.
  • watering of cultivations, 364.
  • Watt, A. H., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • wauwau, an agricultural implement, 355, 370-1.
  • Wawa-te-rangi, 12 in geneal. (1), 319.
  • weapons, Maori, in America, 322; not usually carved or ornamented, 330, note.
  • weather-lore of natives, 250.
  • Wehe ka Po, 19 in genealogy (2) table 4, 26.
  • Wela, in chant of creation, 9.
  • Welaahilauinui, in chant of creation, 12.
  • Wetmore, A., brass patu from Columbia River, 334, 335.
  • whakaaurei, crescent form of moon, 357.
  • whakamarama, crescent on ko, 357.
  • whakapaepae, fence on cultivation, 353.
  • whakapara, method of cultivation, 365.
  • whakarapa, method of working in kumara-cultivation, 374.
  • whakaremu, part of kumara-cultivation, 368.
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  • whakatahu, making first row of kumara-mounds, 373.
  • whakatau miromiro, part of ko, 356.
  • whakateretere, to plant out young shoots, 368.
  • whakato, to plant, 368.
  • whakatopatopa, planting of kumara, 368.
  • whakatopatopa kumara, ceremonial song, 372.
  • whakaupoko, part of kumara-cultivation, 367.
  • whalebone patu from Nootka Sound, 332.
  • Whanganui-a-Tara, interpretation of name, 291.
  • Whanui, star and deity, 359.
  • Wha o Mahuru, the planting month (September), 372.
  • Wharau-rangi, 8 in geneal. (3), 319.
  • Whare-wananga, system of teaching in, 3.
  • Whatahoro, information reliable, 317.
  • Whatonga, 3 in geneals. (5) (6) and (7), 320; see also Atonga.
  • Whatu-kura-a-Tangaroa, a red stone relic, 292.
  • Wilkinson, A. S., new member Polynesian Society, 200.
  • Williams, F. E., Orokaiva Society, review, 383.
  • Williams, H. W., elevation to bishopric Waiapu, congratulations, 75; on Stimson's discussion of hamzah, 282; re-elected President, 294.
  • Wilson, T., onewa from California, 325.
  • winds, as affecting fishing, 250.
  • Whyte, W., new member Polynesian Society, 74.
  • Wissler, C., fishing notes in South Seas, 221, 227.
  • wood-ashes as fertilizer, 364.
  • working-bee, in cultivating, 368.
  • yam, introduced to New Zealand, 347, 360.
  • Yate, S, sewing of lips, 311-12.
  • yawe, a fish-hook, 222.
  • yali moremore, a fish-hook, 259.