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Severn, 391, 407, 449.
Sgubor Gerrig, 198, 199.
shag-foal, the, 324.
shaman, 631.
Shannon, the, 390.
shears, Twrch's, 512.
sheep sacrifice, 308.
Shenn Laa Boaldyn, 307,

308.
sheriff, 569.

Shetland fishermen, 346.
Shetlands, the, 679.
Shone, 31.
Sian William, 237.
sibh, 643.
Sibi, 97, 668.
siblais, siblad, silis, 436,

437-. .

Sichfraith, Sichraidh, 569.

sid, sith, 383, 657, 658,

680.

Sid Nechtain, 383.
side, 678, 683.
Sidi, Caer, 678: see under

Caer.

Siegfried, 569.
signourie et princete^

491.

Sigroeit-r, 569 : see Sieg-
fried.

Sigtrygg-r, 569.
Sikes, Wirt, 99, 169, 173,

191, 195, 405.
silence in visiting a well,

362.
silly frit, Sili Ffrit, 64-6,

229,584,585,591,592,

597.
Silly go Dwt, Slli g. D.,

229, 584> 59-2, 597-
Silvan Evans, Chancellor
D., 40, 156, 271, 273,

357-
silver to shoot witches

with, 294.
simach, 67.

Simond, Simonds, 67, 68
Simwch, 67.

Simwnt, 67 : see Simond.
Simychiaid, 67, 668.



Sinann, Sinand, Sinend,

390-2, 395.
Singhalese, the, 627.
Sinodun, Sinadonn, 562 :

see Snowdon.
Sion, 31.
Sion Ifan, 201.
Sitriucc, Sitring, 569.
Sizun, 331, 386: see Sein.

iai, 627.
skilled man, the, IO2,III :

see cunning.
si, 1, 542.
Slamannan, 550.
Slaney, the, 581.
sleih beggey, 289.
Sliabh na Caillighe, 393.
Slieau Maggyl, 315.
Whallian, 296.
Sloe, Slack, 510.
Smith, Dr. A., 344.
smiths, 294, 295.
Smychiaid, 67-9 : see

Simychiaid.
Snaefell, 286, 287, 312,

3 r 4-

snakes, 689, 690.
Snowdon, 509, 533, 554,

559. 5 6o 5 62 -
soap as fairy ointment,

213, 669.
Soar, 547.
Sodom, 73.
sods, properties of cer-

tain, 158, 170, 171,

33-
sojourner in Faery, the,

291 : see Faery.
Solomon, Wm. Thos.,

208-10.
Solor, 565.
son oural, 307, 308.
Sophia, 692.
soul, the, 601-4,607, 608,

611, 612, 626, 627.
sour apple-tree portent,

the, 60.

spaagagh, 337, 339.
Spain, 489.
spear ground during mass,



stone-tipped, 689.
Spencer, Edward, 489.

and Gillen, 662, 663.
spinning after supper in

winter, 212.
standingon another's foot,



stealing the fairies'flowers,

21.



716



INDEX



steel, 128 : see iron.
Stepney- Gulston, Mr.,

468.

Stevenson, Mr., 547, 563.
Stifyn Ifan, 400.
Stindwy, 443 : see ILan

Ystumdwy.
stockaded isle, 73 : see

Syfadbn.
Stokes, Dr. Whitley, 519,

527, 575,618.
stone age, the, 606.
stones thrown into the

bonfire, 225.
Straityn, 443 : see ILyn

Cwm Strattyn.
strand, 39.

Strangford Longh, 426.
Strata Florida, 12, 579.
strath, 39.
straw to curse with, 345.

spun into gold, 214.
Sualdaim, 657.
submerged bells, 405,

,4 I 5, 4i7-
sui, gen. suad, 616.
suithe, 616, 617.
Sunday of harvest, the

first, 3 1 2-5: see August,
superstitions modified,

216, 313,612.
surnames, 163 : .swDavies,

Jones, Mason.
Svatovit, 553.
Swaffham, 466, 467.
Swan Maidens, the, 583.
swans, the Children of

Lir as, 94.
Swansea Bay, 402.
Swyd" Ffynnon, 246, 250.
Syfadbn, 19, 73, 74, 134,

379,401,415,429,452,

49 6 > 534-
sympathetic magic, 638 :

see magic,
synhuir vann, 385.
syrcyn, 106.
Syrigi, 565,569: .wSer-

rigi.
syw, sywyd, sywedyd",

616, 617.

Tabhida, Dyphryn, 22.
Tacitus, 271, 408, 559.
Taf, the, 449, 534.
Taff, the, 175,449-
Tafwys,449:
taghairm, the, 320.
Tai Bach, 31.

Teulwriaid, 55.



Tain Bo Cuailnge, 657.
Tal y Clegyr, 202.

y ILychau, 12.

y Treudin, 533.
Talhaiarn, 617.
Taliesin ab lolo, 439.
Taliessin, 614-7.
Tattwch, 499.
Tamesis, 449.
Tamise, 13,449.
tappag, the, 353.
Tarawg, 529.
Tarr-cain, 391.

Tarren y Cigfrain, 181,

189.

- y Crynwyr, 175.
taiToo ushtey, 284, 285.
Tarvos Trigaranus, 581.
tarw penwyn Corwrion,

5 2 > 55 6l -
tatter-colt, tatter-foal, 3 24.

tattooing. 682.

tau, tawaf, 280.

taut, 592.

Tawe, 522.

Taxatio of Nicholas IV,



Tegai, 52.

Tegau Eurfron, 689.

Tegid, 408 : see Tacitus.

Foel, 408.

Lake, 376 : see ILyn
Tegid.

- Morgan, 120-3.
Tegid's monster, 122,123.
Teifi, the, s77-

Teilo's skull, 399.

- well, 398, 399.
Teirgwaed", 510.
Teithion, 530.
telyn aur, 148.
Teme, the, 22.
Ternoc, 568.

Testament, the New, 493.
Tethra, 291.

Teulu Oeth, &c., 619.

teuz, 375.

Teyrnon, 226.

th, 2.

th, d", omitted, 563.

Thames, the, 449.

Thargelia, the, 310.

third Peel boat, the, 343.

f>okk, 651.

Thomas, David, 60.

, D. ILeufer, 469.

, Evan, 198, 199.

, Howell, 125.

, Hugh, 73.

, John, 217.



Thomas, Rees, 380.

ab Rhodri, 491.
thorns for pins, 365.
three advices, the mer-
maid's, 166.

battle-knights, 509.

blows, the, 6, 9, 10,
28 : see three disagree-
ments.

boundaries, junction
of, 295.

chief enchanters, 505.
disagreements, the, 28:

see three blows.

Islands of the Mighty,
280.

Islands of Prydain,
280, 281.

Marchlyn ladies, 236.

- outpost Isles, 280.

- Sons of the Gapless
Sword, 529.

Thurneysen, Dr., 533.
Till, the, 244.
Tir Cluchi Midir ecus
Maic Oic, 436.

Dimuner, 528.

nan Og, 678.

Tairngire, 390.

- fo Thuinn, 437.
Tobar a veac, 692.
tocad, 647.

toeli, the, 273, 274, 279.
toleth, tolaeth, 273, 274:

see tylwyth.
Tom na Hurich, 483.

Tit Tot, 584, 590,

592-
ton, 176.
tore, 521.
torgochiaid, 33.
Torogi, Tarogi, 503,

505, 506 : see Troggy.
torrog, torogi, 508 : see

Troggy.
Tortain, 693.
tote, 592.
Touaregs, 682.
Toubir-more, 692 : set

Tobar a veac.
toulu, 273 : see toeli.
tout, 592.
Towy, 146.
Towyn Trewern, 37.
Trachmyr, 529,530, 537.
Traeth Lafan, 402.
traha, 395.
Trattwng, Trattwn, Tratt-

wm, 378.
tramynyat, 514.



INDEX



717



Trawsfynyd" parson, the,

102.
Tre' Gaerfyrdin, 207.

Geiri, 280 : see Tre'r
Ceiri.

Wylan, 410.
treasure-finders, 148.
tref, tre', 207.

Tref Rita, 478.
Treflys, 60.
Trefriw, 30, 198, 199.
Tregalan, 473, 476.
Tregan Anthrod, &c.,

208, 218, 219: seeCaei

Arianrhod.

Tregaranthreg, 207, 208.
Tregaron, 577.
Tremadoc, 443.
Tremains, 354.
Tre'r Ceiri, 214, 279, 280,

283, 686.

Gwydelod, 566.
Tretower, 516, 518.
Trevine, Trefin, 165, 171.
Triads, the Welsh, 429,

440-5,498-501,503-6,

509, 560, 570.
, Irish, 498.
triath, gen. tr&th, 521,

522.

Triban Morgannwg, 19.
Tricephal, the, 653.
Triglaus, 553.
Tringad, 530.
Trinio, 71, 72, 496.
Trinity invoked in

charms, the, 297.
Triple Alliance, the, 486.
Tristan, Trystan, 499 :

see Drystan.
Trit-a-Trot, 593, 597,

694.

Troedyr Aur, 166,464-6.
troett bach, 64, 229, 584.
Troggy, 506, 508.
Troia, 444.

Troit, Porcus, 538, 541.
Trojans, the, 271, 280,

281.

trot, 694.
trwi, 29.

trwtan, trwdlan, 592.
Trwtyn-Tratyn, 229, 592,

597, 6 94-
Trwyd, 541 : see Trwyth.

Trwyn Swch, 693.

Swncwl, 278: see

Bwlch T. S.
Trwyth, 541, 544.
Tryfan, 580.



Tuan mac Cairill, 6n,

615, 618, 620, 621.
Tuatha De" ocus Ande,

637-

De Danann, 454, 544,
548-50, 554, 685.

Tudwal Roads, 232.
Tunccetace, 647.
tut, tud, 374, 375.
tuthe, 374.
Tweed, the, 244.
twin changelings, 692.
Twm Bach, 202. .

Bryn Syllty, 199.

Ifan Siams, 80.
two first things, 107.
Twrch, the river, 524.

ILawin, 514, 522.

Trwyth, 509-15, 519-
3, 534, 536-9, 552,
565, 693-

twt, 592.

Twyn y moch, 536.

Twyne, Thomas, 412.

Ty Gwyn, 534.

Tydoch, 163.

tyfyn, tyn, 33.

Tydyn y Barcud, 62.

Ty-fry, 26, 27.

Tylen, 210: see Dylan.

tyloetiod, 274.

Tylor, Professor, 290,329,

641, 657.
tylwyth, 273.
TylwythTeg, 115, 671.
tylwythes, -en, 48.
tyn = tyffyn, 33, 367.
Tyn y Ffynnon, 366, 367.

Gadlas, 33.

ILan, 78.

yr Onnen, 33.

Siarlas, 33.
tynghed, 644, 646-51,

694.

tyngu, 225, 647-9, 694.
Tyno Helig, 387, 4 r 5,

422.
Tyr, 642.

Uairbhel, 510.

Uath mac Imomain, 618.

ud; 203.

ugliness of fairies, 262 :

see fairies.
Ulfilas, 626.
Ulster, 502.

women, the, 498.
umbra 1 , 627.

un, dau, tri, pedwar,
pump, 418, 419.



Undine, i, 124, 389,437,

661.

unlucky things, 342-5.
Uoret, 217.
Urdawl Ben, 552.
Urnach, 507, 564, 565.
Urogenonertus, 580.
urus, the, 579-81.
Usk, the, 518.
uwchwynt, yr, 596.
uzon, 626.

v = Welsh f, 2.

vates, 6 1 6.

Vaughan the antiquary,

491.

vel p'agh sthie, 349.
Velfrey, 512,513.
Vendubar-i, 568.
vengeance, the cry of,

403,404,408,409,413,

414,452.
, delay of, 423.
Vergilius, 539.
Verwig, 166, 167.
Vigfusson, Dr., 321.
vir, 264.

Virginia Water, 394.
Viriatus, 218.
Visurix, 662.
voices concerning the

murdered, 73.
Volospa, 322.
Voltaire, 640.
Vortigern, 218, 469, 470,

487, 57-
Vulgate, the, 287.

Waen Fawr, 41, 275.
Warinsey, sibyl of, 331 :

see Guernsey.
Warrefield, 314.
warts, 297, 360-2.
Wastinus,7i: j^Gwestin.
watch and ward, 311.
water efficacious during

mass, 315.
water-bull, the, 284, 285,

289, 323.
water-horse, the, 324,

433. 434-
Waungyrlais, 20.

wealhstod, 511.
wedding, a Welsh, 277.
wele dacw, 109.
well priesthood, 389, 396,
400.

ritual, 332, 333, 395,

39 6 > 399-

water bottled, 315.



7 i8



INDEX



well, ILancarvan, 356.

, St. Maughold's, 333.

, St. Teilo's, 398, 399.
Wellington, Duke of ,494.
wells, covered, 389, 394,

692.

, Manx mountain, 314.
wells for dadwitsio, 363.

- with pins and rags,

327. 332-5, 355-7-

: see Ffynnon.

Welsh rabbit, 614.

spelling, 671.
Welshpool, 378.
wenestir, finaun, 395.
Werdon, 204, 205.

gwel'd y, 204, 205.
Wesleyan Methodists,

348, 353-

Wessobrunn Codex, 682.
Weun Gonnws, 568.
Wexford Harbour, 427.
white dog and his owner,

the, 148.

stones, 344, 345.
Whitland, 534.
Whuppity Stoorie, 588,

590.

Wi, Wi Wei, 277.
wicken, 325 : see rowan.
widow's son, the, 3, 29,

660, 66 1.

wife caned, the, 54.
Wight, Isle of, 281.
William Dafyd 1 , 78, 80.

ILeyn, 693.

- Wmffra, 80.
Williams, Canon, 130.

, Evan, 230.

, Jane, 221.

, Owen, 207.

, Sir Robert, 478.

, S. Rhys, 89.

ofTrefriw,Thos.,28o,

, William, 193.
Williams-Ellis, J.C., 368,

371-
- , Mrs., 278, 366, 368,



Willin, Clerk, 410-2.
wind, traffic in, 330,331.
Windele's MSS., 335.
window opened for a
changeling, 103.



window opened for a

death, 601.
Winter Nights, Feast of

the, 321.
wisps, traffic in, 299.
witch pronounced butch,

the word, 294, 691.

at crossroads, the, 295.

of Endor, the, 349.

as a hare, the, 309.

and the heart, the, 305.
witchcraft, how inherited,

326.
witches bled, 326.

caught by a black
greyhound, 294.

fetched by boiling
herbs, 300.

fetched by burning
a carcase, 305.

- tortured to death, 296.
witch's besom, the, 295,
296.

face, 305.
with, 630.
Woden, 676.

wood fires in Glamorgan,

267.

wool, virtue of, 357, 361.
wormwood, &c., the

charmer using, 299.
Wright, Professor, 66.
Wrnach, Gwrnach, 565.
Wryd, Wryd! 217.
wy, 516.

Wye, the, 391, 516.
wyneb, 634.
Wynne, Sir John, 490,670.

of Peniarth, Mr., 242.
Wynns, the, 444.
wyrion, 70.

Y Bala aeth, 378.
- Blaid", 528.

Dinas, 469, 470.

inas, 467.

Cromlech, 673.
y law, 198.

raw, 198.
Y Wydfa, 479.
Yarrow Kirk, 448.
ych, 530.

Ychain Mannog, 131,
132 : seeYchen Bannog.



Ychain Mannog melody,

the, 132.
Ychen Bannog, Bannawc,

131, 142,561,579,580.
year, the Celtic, 317.

, the Norse, 321.
yellow hair and blue eyes,

148.
Yeuwains, 488 : see Yvain.

ym, 5 2 3-
Ymhacsen, 564.
Ynys y Ceuri, Ceiri, 280,
283.

Entii, 413, 440.

Geinon, 254, 255, 674.

y Kedyrn, 280, 282,
283, 386.

Prydein, 281, 282.

Wair, 679.

Yr Ystrad, 39-46.
ysbryd y lantar, 59.
Yscawt, 529.
Yskithyrwynn Pennbeid",

520.
Yspadaden, 520, 646,

647.

Yspytty Ifan, 206, 693.
Ystalyfera, 251, 522.
Ystiad, 39.

Dyfodwg, 23, 461,

582-
- Einon, 517.

Fflur, 578.

Gynlais, 522.

Meurig, 216, 244-8,
601, 661, 669.

Rhonda, 27.

Yw, 516, 517, 524,

53 1 , 536.
Ystradfellte, 255.
Ystum Cegid, 220.
ystyr, 511.
Yvain, Yeuwains, Ye-

wains, 488-91.
yw, Yw, ywen, 516-8,

5 2 4, 53 1 , 534, 536.
Ywains le fils Urien, 490.
Ywein, Ewein, 489 : see

Owen Lawgoch.



vs, 642, 644, 652.
Zimmer, Professor, 375,

480, 544, 694.
Zipporah, 583.



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