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175.

Clouds, Stars, Sky, 153.

Confucius, writer, not author, of the
Cocoa-nut tree and cacao tree, Kings, 560.
- 467.

Conscience, 63, 177–182.
Codrington, Dr., on the Melanesian - no Sanskrit word for, 178.
languages, 347, 515.

- conscientia, 180.
Confucianism, 92.

- Lorimer on, 182 note.
Confucius on offerings to ancestors, Conscious and conscience, 178, 180-

181.
– traditions of, 215.

Cook, Captain, on the language of
Cogitare, as including sensation, the Tierra del Fuegians, 82.

perception, memory, etc., 353. Cope, the, 272.
Cognoscere Deum et imitare, 56. Copernican system, 254.
Colenso, Bishop, and the Zulu, 319.

Cornish, 290.
Coln, 84.

Corpus, 451.
Colonial Office, 504.

Cosmological arguments, 198, 240,
Colonies, Ethnological Records of 241, 244, 250.
the, 505.

- answers to, 245.
Colotes on religion, 521.

Cotta on religion, 88.
Comedia delle arte, 301.

Council of Nicea, 8.
- dialects used in the, 301.

Cowell, 100 note, 231 note.
Communication, not language, 356. | Cox, Sir G. W., a representative of
Comparative Mythology, 417, 423.

the Analogical School of My.
- A. Barth on, 424.

thology, 484, 492.
Comparative Philology, 278, 418. Creation, problem of, 239.
- three schools of, 419.

- Semitic assertion of, 253.
Comparative Theology, 47, 52-53.

- Aryan denial of, 254.
- Religion, 47.

Creator, Darwin's view of a, 226,
Concept, a, without a name for it, 260.
354.

- in the Veda, 245, 251, 253.
Conception, 162.

– rejected by Buddhism, 253, 255-
Concepts, 115, 116.

256.
- and intuitions, 119, 143.

- by Heraclitus, 253, 255.
- Euler on, 122.

-- by the negroes, 256.
- follow precepts, 129.

- religions without a, 256.
- general, 207.

Creed, credo, 102.
- origin of, 211, 372.

Criticism, benefit of honest, 192.
— 121 radical, 366.

Croatian, 293.
— and their signs are simultaneous, Cuckoo, 364.

Cultus deorum, 38.
— genesis of the first, inevitable, Cuneiform inscriptions of Cyrus,

Darius, and Xerxes, 302.
Conceptual foundation of language, - language of the, 302.
378.

- of Assyria and Babylon, 304.
- thought, the Dyad as foundation - language of, akin to that of
of all, 379.

Abraham, 305.
- world, our, 381.

Curtius, G., 422.
Confucius, 544, 555.

- derivation of Vesta, 450.
– and Lao-zze, contemporaries, Customs and laws as materials for
545.

the study of Natural Religion,
- religion of, 553.

280.

369.

373.

Customs and Laws, 519.
- based on religious ideas, 520.
- served as a basis for religious

ideas, 520, 522.
- domestic, 523.
- are at first only useful usages,

then gain a sacred character,

535.
Cute, 204.
Cymric, 290.
DABH, DAGH, 440.
DAH, root, 438.
dal jóvcov, 178.
Dalmatic, the, 272.
Danâyu, Holtzmann on, 439 note.
Danish, 287.
Daphne, 438, 440, 441, 477, 483.
Aáovn and Aaúxvn, 440.
Dar, to tear, dru, tree, 382.
Darapsky, Dr., 209 note.
Darmesteter on Sraddhâ, 102.
- on Athene, and Zend atar, 445

note.
- on Varuna, 495, 497.
Darsapůrnamâsa Sacrifice, every

full and new moon, 525.
Dar-u, tree, 281.
Daruna, cruel, with a wooden heart,

- 383.
Darwin, 257, 260, 261.
-- on Dog's religion, 69 note.
- on religious devotion, 69 note.
- on Tierra del Fuego, 82.
– his view of a Creator, 226.
– his Origin of Species, 258.
- admits a Creator, 260.
- his Descent of Man, 266.
— his view of man, 267.
- his real merit, 273.
Dawn, the, 144-146, 146 note, 430.
- plurality of, in the Veda, 432.
Day, from root DHAGH, 438.
Deaf and Dumb, signs used by the,

359.
Death, continuance after, 156.
De Bonald, 138 note, 237 note.
De Brosses on Fetishism, 219.
Decharme, Mythologie de la Grèce

Ancienne, 480 note.

Definition, 29.
— three kinds of, 29.
- etymological, 29.
- historical, 32.
— dogmatic, 32.
- of Religion, author's own, 102,

114.
Definitions, different classes of, 59.
DELOldal povía, 42, 43.
Delbrück, 422 note.
Deluge, as punishment, 171.
De Lagarde, on Rückert's Dravidian

lectures, 325 note.
Dénée Dindjié language, 210, 210

note.
Demi-gods, 154.
Dependence as religion, 68, 70.
dépua, 383.
Descartes, 71 note, 257, 278.
- on the infinite, 123.
- on God, 255.
- use of cogitare, 353.
Determinatio est negatio, 125.
Deus, deva, 31, 196 note, 393, 394.
- singular or plural, 56.
- and oeós, 393, 446.
Acútepos, dvitîya, 421.
Deva, bright, 31, 99 note, 393.
Devas, gods, 32, 87, 137, 218, 227.
Devatâs, 163.

Devotion, 49.

– idea of, in the Upanishads, 98, 99.
Dhammapada, the, 111, 190.
Dharma, 94.
– among the Buddhists, 95.
Dharmá, support, 95.
Dhárman, one who holds, 95.
Dharmas, the nine, 542.
Dharma-sútras, 537.
Dialectic Growth, 419.
- School of Philology, 420.
Dialects went their own way, 294.
— literary, 297.
— non-literary, 297.
Dies Martis, 289.
Dieu, le bon Dieu, in Iroquois, 513.
Differentiated characters came first,

128.
Dig, to, 366.
Dii, 32.

Diligentes, diligere, 33.
Din, in Arabic, 93.
Dionysos, born at Nysa, 469 note.
Dios-kuroi, their war against

Athens, 493.
Diphthong ai, 285.
Divina Comedia, 539.
Divine, 57.
– Mind and Will, Martineau, 57,

62.
- as cause, 197.
- as excellence, 197.
- as the negative of human weak-

ness, 198.
Divinity, 218.
Dog, feelings of the, 69 note.
- knowing red and blue, 360.
- we never see a, 381.
Dogmatic definition, 32.
- definitions of religion, 37, 43, 44.
- and practical religion, 46, 47.
- theology, 46, 47.
Dogs, have a religion, 69 note.
Donner, Prof., 378, 380.

- on Akkadian, 325 note.
Dooms, 173.
Doric dialect, 292.
Doubts on the existence of the gods,

in the Veda and in Indian lite-

rature, 227–228.
Draft, 368.
Dramatic or dynamic stratum of

language, 390, 391.
- key to Animism, etc., 391.
Dravidian or Tamulic languages,

336.
Drink poured on the ground in

memory of the dead, 186.
Drobisch, 16, 17.
Druides, drui, 383.
Dryades, 154, 383.
Duck, 468.
Dugald Stewart, 283.
Duke, 437.
Duo, dvau, 420.
Dare-ante, with distant ends, 147.
Dutch, Old, Middle, and Modern,

287.
Dyad, the, as the beginning of con-

ceptual thought, 379.

Dyaus, sky, 127, 130.
- a masculine, 409.
Dyaus, 410, 465.
- Zeus, 448.
Dyaus and Ouranos, 501.
Dyaugh-pita, I30, 4Io.
Dynamic stage, 385, 390.
Dyu, 289.
- first masculine, then feminine,

409.
E changed to i, 35 note.
Ear of corn, 205, 278.
Earth, 152.
East-Nordish, Swedish, and Danish,

287.
East-Teutonic, 290.
Eddas, the two, 287.
Edkins, Dr., 320.
Egg, the Golden, 248.
- in Finland, 249.
- in Egypt, 249.
- in the Orphic mythology, 249.
Egg on, 205.
Ego-knowledge, 115, 149.
- the, 576.
Egypt, the religion of, 339.
- language of, thought by some to

be the most primitive, 340.
- words for God in, 393, 394.
-- represent real powers of the

universe, 396.
Egyptian deities, 79.
– ancient, 321-322.
Ehkili dialect, 310.
Eight Religions, 549.
Elder, 31.
Elegantes, elegere, 33.
Elegare, lost verb, 33 note.
Eloah, 554.
Emanation, theory of, 245.
- in the Veda, 245, 247.
End and endless, 146.
Energies, 127.
English, 237, 282, 284.
- Judge and Buddhist criminal,

113.
– modern, 203.
- grammar, purely Teutonic, 291.
– twice influenced by Latin, 291.

Evolution, Kant's views on, 259.
- Herder's views on, 261.
Experience, religious, begins with

the senses, 195.
Extra-mundane beings, Logos and

causes, 141.
Eye, 368.

English Dictionary, words in the

New, 365.
Ennius, 155.
-on Jupiter, 163.
Ens or essentia, 127.
Entwickelung, 259.
Epicurean view of the Gods, 226.
'Etroxń or agnosticism, 108, 224.
Erinnys, 465.
Erinys, 433.
- called Eumenides, 481.
Eros, 466.
- and Psyche, 177.
Eskimos, 567.
- legends of, 217.
- language of, 345.
* Essays and Reviews,' 258.
Estonians, 336, 545.
Ether, number of vibrations in a

second, 118.
Ethical theory, 170.
Ethiopic, 309.
– inscriptions in ancient, 309, 500

A.D.
Ethnological Records of the English

Colonies, 505.
Ethnology, 199.
- United States Bureau of, 506,507.
Ethno-psychological philology, 423.
Etruscan, 303.
Etymological definitions, 29.
- in India, 30.
-- of religion, 33–36.
Etymological meaning must be phy-

sical, 465.
Etymological School of Comparative

Mythology, 426, 428.
Etymological School of Philology,

419.
Etymologies, 29-31.
— learned and popular, of the Greeks

and Romans, 466.
Euler on concepts, 122.
Eumenides or Erinyes, 481.
Eugéßela, 42.
Evans, Mr. A., on Hissarlik, 201.
Evidence, three kinds, admitted by

Kapila, 229, 230.
Evolution, theory of, 143, 245, 257.
- meaning of, 258, 259.

FACTS, logic of, 240.
Faith, 242.
Family council in China, 174.
Faraud, Bishop, 209.
Farther India, languages of, 337.
Father of the father, 255.
Father Sky, 410.
Fear of God, 64.
- as religion, 64.
- made the gods, 170.
- of the gods, 171.
Feeling or knowledge as motive of

action, 55.
— and perceiving are beyond com-

prehension, 117.
- is resisting, 119.
Fenris wolf, the, 486.
Feronia, as Juno Virgo, 475.
Festivals, annual, 524.
Festus, on religio, 34.
Fetish, Jupiter a, 158.
— worshippers, 212.
Fetishism, 87, 154, 158, 160, 196

note, 213, 219, 349.
- of negroes, 219.
Feuerbach's definition of the gods,

74.
Fichte, 69-70, 72.
- on Atheism, 58.
-- moral action, 172.
Fick's derivation of agni, 439 note.
Fides, or troth with the Romans,

176.
Filial piety in China, 175.
Fimbulty, the Celtic unknown god,

225 note.
Finite, implies infinite, 122–125,

127, 195.
– Savages without a word for, 125.
Finiteness in space, time, and qual-

ity, 122.

Finland, popular tales in, 494.

or 527 A. D. canon closed third
Finnic class, 334.

cent. B. C., 542 note.
- Prof. Donner on the, 378, 380. | Galatia, in Asia, Celts in, 290.
Finno-Ugric class, 333.

Galla dialect, 340.
- SAR in, 378, 380.

Gallatin, 512 note.
Fins or Suomalainen, 334.

Gallic of the ancient inscriptions of
- worshipped natural objects in Gaul, 290.
their visible form, 400.

Galton and the human face, 381.
Fire assisting the sun, 187.

- on compound images in the mind,
First cause, the, 250.

359.
Fleischer, 17.

Gangetic languages, 337.
Flemish, 287.

Ganitâ dyâvâprithivyoh, father of
Flint, Prof., Theism, 51 note, 63 note, heaven and earth, 140.

70 note, 170, 181 note, 182 note, Gâratkârava Ârtabhâga, 111.
276 note.

Garbe, R., 230 note.
Foreign gods, 455.

Gâtakas, the, 114.
- influences on Greek mythology, Gates of knowledge, 194.
456.

- of ivory, and of horn, 468.
Fors, fortuna, 472, 473.

Gâthas, the, 544.
- Primogenia, 473.

Gâthâ dialect or mixed Sanskrit,
Fortuna, the goddess in Egyptian, 299.
i.e. Renenet, 474.

- Buddhist books translated into
– Huiusce Diei, 475.

Chinese, 300.
- identified with Harit, 475. Gather, to, 365.
Founders of the historical religions | Geez or Ethiopic, 309.

never claim the exclusive au Geiger, 499 note.
thorship, 553.

Gellius, 35, 35 note, 36.
-- never the writers of Sacred Gender, 407.
Books, 557.

- powerful element in producing
Founding of cities, 200.

mythology, 408.
Frater, frère, hermano, 316, 317. Genus proximum, 54.
Freedom, as religion, 69, 70.

Geographical contact has nothing
French, earliest works in, 291.

to do with grammatical simi-
Friedrich der Grosse, 488.

larity, 294.
Frisian, Old, 287.

– distribution of roots, 450.
Fröhde, his derivation of Loxias Georgian language, 338.
from laksh, 490 note.

Gerda, the giantess, 485.
Fulahs, the, 341.

Gesture-language, 358.
Fulgurator, Jupiter, 167.

Gewissen, 179-180.
Fulminator, Jupiter, 167.

Gewissensbisse, 180.
Future, the, in Romanic languages, | Ghar, to glow, 470.

Gifford, Lord, 1-15.

- his study of Plato and Spinoza,
T and S vary on Greek soil, 429.

3-4.
Gaelic, 290.

- his rejection of miracles, 3.
Gaimini, the philosopher, 235. - a true Christian, 3.
Gainism, 295, 542, 543.

- his will, 4-7, 15, 578–584.
- sacred books of, 214.

- definition of Natural Theology, 5.
- Angas of, 301.

- his views on lecturers and lec-
- canon reduced to writing, 454, | tures, 6, 7.

318.

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