Index (5)

From A Smaller Social History of Ancient Ireland 1906

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INDEX

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N.B.—The numbers in parentheses after names of places denote the squares of the map where the names are to be found.

MAC and O, 288.
Mac Adam, Robert, 383.
Mac Ailello and his bell, 168.
Mac Carthen, St., 28, 217.
Mac Carthy, Cormac, k. of Munster, 158.
—— Denis Florence, 12.
Mac Carthys, 69, 266.
Mac Coghlans of Delvin, 267.
Mac Con, k. of Ireland, 92.
Mac Criffan, Aed, 207, 211.
Mac Dara's Island and church (31, 32), 155.
Mac Dermott, Brian, 229.
Mace or club, 51.
Macecht, St. Patrick's smith, 453.
Mac Firbis, Duald, 201, 230, 232.
—— family of, 212, 213.
Mac Geoghegan, Connell, 230.
Mac Gorman, bishop and scribe, 207.
Mac Greine, the Dedannan king, 123.
Macha of the golden hair, queen of Ireland, 109, 330.
Machaon, the Greek physician, 276.
Mac Kelleher, monk and scribe, 207, 209.
Mac Mahons, the, 267.
Mac Morrogh, Dermot, king of Leinster, 58, 211.
Macnamaras, the, 267.
Mac Rannall, Richard, 351.
Mad dogs, 505, 506.
Madness, 96, 97.
Mael; see Mail.
Maengal or Marcellus, 252.
Magh and its compounds: see Moy.
Magh Adhair in Clare, 22.
Magh Slecht or Plain of Prostrations (22), 118, 119, 164.
Magic Fog, 103.
—— and magicians, 96, 103: see Sorcery.
Maguire, Cathal, the annalist, 120, 229.
Maguires, the, 266.
Maidoc, St., of Ferns, 353.
Maigue, the River, 341.
Maildune: see Voyage of.
Mailmuri mac Ceileachair, 207, 209.
Mailoran's Mill, 426, 457.
Mainchine, an Irish monk in Carthage, 150.
Maive, queen of Connaught, Irish Medb, 100, 235, 310, 332, 365.
—— Queen (another), 310, 328.
Mallets, 447.
Malt for ale, 350.
Mannanan mac Lir, the Irish sea-god, 107, 108, 115.
Manchan, St., his shrine, 390.
Mantle or cloak, 384, 385 to 388, 391.
—— of invisibility, 103, 104.
—— of the peasantry, 388.
Manure, 425.
Manuscripts, House of, 205.
Manx halfpenny, 108.
—— language and names, 36, 197, 198.
Markets in fairs, 495, 497, 501.
Marriage, 283 to 286.
—— hollow at Tailltenn, 499.
Marshal, 344.
Martin, the writer on the Hebrides, 69.
—— St., of Tours, 218.
Martyrologies, 220.
Martyrology of Donegal, 220.
Masons and masonry, 437, 450 to 452.
Mast or wood-mast, 368, 429.
Materia Medica, 277.
Mayday, 120, 123, 479.
Maynooth College, 213.
Mead or Metheglin, 348, 350.
Meal and flour, 362.
Meals, in general, 343.
Measures, standards of, 311, 472.
Meath, province, 14, 15, 16.
Medical MSS., 268.
Medical attendance in battle, 65.
Medical herbs, 265, 277, 280.
Medicine and medical doctors, 109, 143; chap. xiv.
Meetings, 496 to 504.
Menelaus the Greek, 276.
Men of learning, 184.
Mensal land, 15, 19, 22, 82.
Mercenary soldiers, 46, 47.
Merionethshire, 35.
Messan, a lapdog, 505.
Metals treated of, 484, 485.
Metal-casting, 438, 439.
—— work and workers, 246 to 249, 439.
Metempsychosis, 102, 126.
Mether, a drinking-vessel, 317, 318.
Meyer, Dr. Kuno, Pref. ix; 237.
Midach, Diancecht's son, 265.
Milan Glosses, 200, 320.
Milesian colony, 31, 105, 109, 110, 112, 117, 235.
Military asylums, 47.
Military formation and marching, 66.
Military ranks, orders, and services, 38.
Militia, several kinds of, 38.
Milk and its products, 142, 359.
Milking, 432.
—— tunes for, 260.
Mill, 142, 325; chap. xxi.
Mines and minerals, 9, 433, 434, 435.
Minn, a diadem, 410, 415, 416.
Mirrors, 381.
Missionaries, Irish, 144 to 152.
Mistletoe, 99, 102.
Moat or mote, a raised fort, 306.
—— of Castletown, near Dundalk, 40.
Moat of Kilfinnane, 307.
Mobi or Movi, of Glasnevin, 175, 181.
Molaise, St., 175.
Monastcranenagh, 160, 499.
Monasterboice (23, 24), 228.
Monasteries, 8, 136, 137, 139 and following pages; 290, 432.
—— hospitality in, 5, 142.
—— paid maintenance in, 520.
Monastic life, 139 and following pages.
—— liss or rampart, 163.
—— schools, 8, 174 to 184.
Money, 476, 477, 478.
Mongan of Rathmore, 126, 127.
Montalembert, 146, 147.
Montgomeryshire, 35.
Monsters in lakes, 524.
Moon, 193, 195.
—— age of, 196.
Moore, Thomas, 34, 144.
—— his melodies, 262, 263.
Morann, the great judge, 128.
Mordants in dyeing, 466.
Morrigan, the war-fury, 112, 113.
Mor-tuath, great tuath, several tuaths united, 17, 18, 30.
Moses, 479.
Mould for making furnace, 444.
Moulds for casting, 439.
Mountebanks, 501.
Mountsandall, 39.
Mowing, 427.
Moylena, Battle of, 113.
Moy Mell, the pagan heaven, 124.
Moyola, river in Derry, 245.
Moyrath, Battle of, 113, 114, 212, 235, 274.
Moyry Pass near Dundalk, 481.
Moy Slecht: see Magh Slecht.
Muirchu's Life of St. Patrick, 169, 526.
Mullaghshee at Ballyshannon (9), 109, 110.
Mullenoran, 457.
Munster, 13, 16, 37, 109, 110, 466.
—— ancient extent and sub-divisions of, 13, 14, 15, 16.
Murkertagh O'Brien, k. of Ireland, 331, 338.
Music, chapter xiii:., 195, 348, 500, 501.
—— Irish teachers of, 252.
Musical branch, 258, 504.
—— instruments, 254 to 259, 501.
Mussel-producing pearls, 402.
Mustache, 380.
Mutton, 354.
Muzzles for dogs, 505.
Mythology, Irish pagan, 104 to 118.

NAAS (35), 332.
—— described, 334.
Nails of fingers, 376.
Napkins at table, 347.
National colour, absence of, 384.
National Museum, Dublin, list of, gold objects in, 420.
Nature and natural beauty, love of, among Irish, 521 to 524.
Navan fort or ring, 330: see Emain.
Nechtan, k. of Leinster, 337.
Necklaces, 402.
Necklets, 402 to 410.
Needle and thread, 469.
Needlework, 469, 470: see Sewing.
Neit, the Irish war-god, 113.
Nemed, a sanctuary, 158.
Nemedian colony, 31.
Nemnach, well at Tara, 325.
Nemon, Neit's wife, 113.
Nenagh (38, 39), 499.
Nennius, his History and the Irish version of it, 212.
Nether garments, 391.
Nets for birds and fish, 511, 512.
Nettles as food, 366,
New Grange on the Boyne, 108, 244, 538.
Newry (18), river, 424.
Newtown Abbey in Meath, 160.
Niall Glunduff, k. of Ireland, 288.
Niall of the Nine Hostages, 34.
Nigra, Chevalier, a great Italian scholar in Celtic, 215.
Nine waves, 271.
Nith, stream near Tara, 325, 456.
Nivelle in Belgium, 252.
Noah's ark, 223.
Nobber in Meath, 254.
Nobles, 18, 77: see Chiefs.
Non-free classes, 79, 80.
Non-noble freemen, 78, 79.
Norse, Norsemen, the, 36: see Scandinavians and Danes.
Northumbria, 145, 146.
Nuada Necht, king, 31.
Nuns and convents in Ireland, 153, 154.
Nurse tunes, 260. Nuts, 100, 102, 367.
Nutt, Alfred, 523.

O and MAC, 288.
Oak tree, 99, 100, 102.
—— bark for tanning, 471.
—— mast, 368, 429.
Oaths, 104, 121, 123, 124.
Oatmeal, 362.
Oats, 426.
O'Brien, Murkertagh, k. of Ireland, 331, 338.
O'Briens, the, 16, 69, 111, 267, 339: see Dalcassians.
Obsequies, funeral, 532.
O'Cahan, the inaugurator, 22.
—— Rory Dall, 253.
O'Callanans, 266.
O'Carolan, Turlogh, the musician, 254, 262.
O'Cassidys, 266.
Occupation-tunes, 260, 261.
O'Clery, Conary and Cucogry, 230.
—— Michael, 201, 220.
—— his Calendar, 220.
—— his Glossary, 201.
O'Connallon, Thomas, the harper, 253.
O'Conor, Felim: see Felim.
—— Roderick, king of Ireland, 17, 31.
—— Turlogh, king of Ireland, 249.
O'Conors, the, 22.
O'Corra's sons, story of, 317.
O'Curry, Prof. Eugene, Pref. vi; 53, 75, 127, 161, 208, 305.
O'Davoren's Glossary, 201.
O'Donnells, the, 22, 65, 218.
O'Donovan, John, LL.D., 75, 161, 201, 220, 230, 321, 332.
O'Duffy, Muredach, archbishop of Tuam, 249.
Oenach: see Fairs.
Offa's Dyke, 424.
O'Flahertys, the, 266.
O'Freel, the inaugurator, 22.
Ogham, 98, 169 to 173, 203.
O'Gonnilloe near Killaloe, 245.
O'Hagan, the inaugurator, 22.
O'Hartigan, Dunlang, 104.
—— Kineth, the poet, 321, 344.
O'Hechan, Mailisa Mac Braddan, the artist of the Cross of Cong, 249.
O'Hickeys, the, 267.
O'Kennedys, the, 267.
O'Lavan, the artist, 315.
Old age, provision for, 520.
O'Lees, the, 266.
Olioll: see Ailill.
Ollave, Ir. ollamh, a person holding the highest degree of any profession or art, a doctor, 29, 180 and following, 185, 436, 498.
Ollamh Fodla, king, 497.
O'Lochan, Cuan, 321.
O'Loghlin, Donall, king of Ireland, 166.
Olympic Games of Greece, 499, 502, 503.
O'Mulconry, Ferfesa, 230.
One foot, one hand, one eye (sorcery), 102, 101.
O'Neill, Shane, 27, 47, 371, 395.
O'Neills, the, 22, 69, 288.
Onions and leeks, 366.
Open-air treatment in hospitals, 273, 274.
Ophthalmia, 272.
Opus Hibernicum, 147, 244, 249, 316, 399.
Ordeals, 128, 129, 169.
Orders, the Three, of Irish saints, 135 and following pages: see Three orders.
Ore, 433, 434, 435.
Orkney Islands, 512.
Ornamentation of MSS., 239 to 244.
Ornaments, personal, 399 to 419.
Orpheus, 260.
O'Shiels, the, 267.
Oscar, son of Ossian, 43.
Ossar, the lapdog, 99.
Ossian, Irish Oisin, son of Finn, 43, 126.
Ossianic Tales, 199, 523.
Ossory (39, 45, 46), 18, 482, 500.
Oswald, king of Northumbria, 145, 146, 177.
O'Tinnri, Maelodar, the physician, 266.
Otter and otter skins, 382, 383, 508, 511.
Over-kings of Ireland, 31.
Owen: see Eoghan. Outdoor relief, 346.
Oxen, 427, 428, 486.
Oxford, 176.

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