Story: The crying of the wind is an evil omen
The crying of the wind is an evil omen
The crying of the Wind believed to forebode evil. In the Katkop dialect, by Díä!kwãin (L V.-23. 5841-5845).
1) p.5840v: Dia!kwain was told this by his mother (≠kamme-an); the wind's crying sounds like the howling of a dog, 2) pp.5842v-5845v: see |xannay |xannay and the wind, 3) see also |xannan |xannan and The crying of the wind tells beasts of prey where to find people, 4) This story is found in Book V-23
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