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ABEL, Dr., page 209.

αήρ, air, 29.
Abelard's I'heologia Christiana, Aeschylus, in the Agamemnon, on
46.

Zeus, 384.
Abipones, the, 346.

Aesthetic feelings in religion, 64.
Abraham, language of, 305.

Æthra, mother of Theseus, 493.
Abyssinia, aboriginal dialects of, Africa, religions of, 340.
340.

races of, three types among the,
Abyssinian language, 309.

342.
Accent in Vedic Sanskrit, 285.

languages of, 342.
Acer, 205.

African languages, authorities on,
Achaemenian dynasty, 302.
Acidus, 205.

mythology, 517.
sharp, bitter, 439.

Africans, religion of the, 216.
Active verb, a psychological fact, Âgamas, the forty-five, 542.
406.

Agglutinative languages, 320.
Acts conceived as passive, 387. Agni, fire, 128.
Acumen, 205.

-Fick on the derivation of, 439
Acus, acer, 439.

note.
Acute, 204.

Agnihotra sacrifice, performed twice
Acutus, 204.

a day, 525.
Adam of Bremen, 454 note.

Agnoia, 224.
Adevism, 228.

Agnostic, 225.
Aditi, 131, 145, 145 note.

Agnosticism, 108, 223, 224, 225.
Âdityas, class of deities, 499.

- modern, 224.
Adjectives in osus, 35 note.

Huxley's definition of, 224.
Admiration as religion, 65.

Agnostics, 70, 71.
Adonai, 528, 529.

άγνωστος, 225.
Adonis and Aphrodite, 525.

Âgrâyaneshti sacrifice at harvest,
Adonis, death of, 528.

525.
feast of, 530.

Ague, 205.
feast of, celebrated at different AH, root, 438.
times of the year, 530.

Ahanâ, Athene, 434.
Æcg., A.-S., 205.

Ahura Mazda, 496.
Ægypt, Helena conveyed to, by aionp, ether, 29.
Hermes, 493

AK, the root, 204-205.
Aeneas, 468.

derivatives of, 205.
Aeolic dialect, 292.

Akademos, 493
Aeolus, 168.

Akkadian inscriptions, 325.

Alb, 272.
Albanian, 303.
All things full of the gods, 72.
Allah, Al-Ilâh the god, 554.
Allat, 527
Allophylian, instead of Turanian,

325.
Altaic languages, 326, 328.
Amathia, 225.
America, languages of, 343.

four centres of language and

religion, 344.
Central, languages of, 345.
- people of, supposed to come from

Asia or Europe, 346.
American languages, 208.

grammars of, 508 note.
Ameshaspeñta, class of deities, 499.
Amharic, 309-310.
Ammianus on the feast of Adonis,

530.
Ammon, 60 note.
Analogical School of Mythology,

426, 484.
its chief representatives, 484.
broad mythological outlines of

the, 485.

of Philology, 419.
Anamites, language of the, 337.
Ananta, endless, 147.
Ancestors, worship of, 156, 575.
Ancestral spirits, 173, 175.

offerings to, 174, 186.
Andacht, 36.
Angles, 286.
Anglo-Saxon, 286,287.
Anima mundi, Stahl's theory of an,

392.
Animare, 391.
Animism, 157, 158, 160, 213, 349,

391, 392.
true key to, 391.
Ant-hill, disturbing an, 357.
Anthropological religion, 164, 574.
Anthropologie der Naturvölker,

Waitz, 510.
Anthropology, 199.
Anthropomorphism, 213, 251.

true key to, 391.
Anthropopithecos, 207.

Apache dialect, 209.
Apâm napât, lightning, 500.
Apollon, 467, 488-489.

and Mars, as identical, 477.
Phoebos, 479.
performs services to Admetos,

494.
'Απόλλων and 'Aπλούν, 429.
Apuleius, 177.
Arabic, 304, 308.

words for religion in, 93.
classical, 308.

as spoken, 308.
Aramaic, 304-305.
- a lingua franca, 305.
or Chaldee, used by the Jews,

306.
or Syriac, used by Christians, 306.
- used by Christ, 306.
Aranyakas, 541.
Araucanian of Chili, 209.
Archaeology, 200.
Arctic or Hyperborean tribes, 345.
Ares, 467.
Argeiphontes, killer of Argos, 469,

480.
Argos changed into a peacock, 469

note.
Arguna, 231.
Argyll, Duke of, 126, 128, 227.
Aristotle, 72, 72 note, 278.

his etymologies, 30.
theology, 45.

all things full of the gods, 72.
Armenian, 295, 303.
Armorican, 290.
Arowakes, 345.
Aryan family, 203, 282-283, 311,

315.
- North-western division, 293, 295.
South-eastern division, 294–295.
religions, 214.
theogony, 227.

savages, 241.
- words shared in common be-

longed to the whole Aryan race,

295
- Separation, the various Aryan

languages existed as dialects
before the, 294.

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Aryan roots, 385.
concept of a Somebody, sending

and curing diseases, 489.
Aryas in Italy, 291.
Asâmi, 301.
Ashtoreth, 529, 531.

attracted by Aphrodite, 532.
Ashy grey from shame, 179.
Asoka, inscriptions of, 298, 299, 300.

edicts for the people, 298.
- in living but ungrammatical dia-

lects, 299-300.
Âsramas, the four, 67.
Asru, tear, 438.
Ass vomiting gold, 487.
Assyria and Babylon, ancient lan-

guage of, 304.
Astarte in Greece, 457.
Asura, living, 130.
As-va, equus, 281, 367.
Athapascan, 209.
Atheism, 213, 228.

· Fichte on, 58.
Athene, 434.

her birth from the head of Zeus,

437.
her name Koryphasia, 437.
Benfey's theory of, 442.
· Darmesteter on, 445 note.

and Daphne, 477, 483.
Athenian prayer for rain, 171.
Âthwyânô, âptyânâ, 443.
Âtma, 163, 164.

the self, 576.
Atthis, or Attica, 444.
Attic dialect, 292.
Aurora, epithets of, 416.
Auspicia, 39.
Australia, dialects of, 347.

religions of, 348.
Australians, religion of the, 216.
Author's definition of religion, 193.
Avaiki, the Hades of the Mangaians,

460.
Avesta, 12, 302, 556.

endless in the, 147.
- its parts, 544.
- originally not written, 559.
Aviki, the lower regions of Brah-

mans and Buddhists, 460.

Ayenbite, 180.

of Inwyt, 180.
Azteks in Mexico, 344.
BABARA, son of Pravahana, 235.

same as Vâyu, the wind, 235.
Babylon, statues of, 79.

sacred hymns of, 304.
more modern in civilisation than

the Vedic hymns, 305.
- and Nineveh, Turanian civilisa-

tion of, 325.
Bacon, 138.
Baegert on California, 567.
Baga, Zend, 436,
Ballantyne, 100 note, 231 note.
Bancroft, 453 note.
Bang, 364.
Bântu languages, on East coast of

Africa, 312
races or Kafirs, 341.
Barrow, 467.
Barth, A., 22 note.
Basks, 303.
Be, to, 127.
Bedouin poetry, 308.
Beginning of all things, 131.
Being, 127.

and not being, 268.
Bel or Baal, 455.
Belief and knowledge, 70 note.

Flint on, 70 note.

in God the Father, 574.
Benfey's theory of Athene, 442.
Bengali, 301.
Beowulf, the, 286.
Berber language, 340.
Bergaigne, 521.
Bergamese, used by Arlechino in

Italian Comedies, 301.
Berger, 317.
Berkeley, 369, 370, 371.

on the general image of a tri-
angle, 382.
Beseelen, 391.
Beyond, the, 123, 126, 131, 139,

190.
Bhag, 96, 97,

bhagati, 96.
Bhaga, the divider, 436.

Bhagavadgitâ, 97, 98, 99, 231, 233.
Bhakta, 97
Bhakti, 96, 97, 99, 100, 101 note.
Bhumij, dialect of the, 336.
Bible, Bulgarian translation, 293.
Biblical words for religion, 42 note.
Bier, 368.
Bihârî, 301.
Bishop, 31.
Bitter, 116.
Blackfoot Indian on his religion,

565.
Bleek, African languages, 341, 516.
Blood, hair, and bones, teach nothing

of religion, 338.
Blushing, 179.
Bodhism, 104, 542.
Bodley, Sir T., 71 note.
Bogủ, Slavonic, general name for

god, 436.
Bohemian, 293.

its literature, 293.
Bolognese used by the Doctor in

Italian Comedies, 301.
Book-religions, 214-215, 549.
Bopp, 268, 278.
Bore, to, 368, 368 note.
Boreas, the wind blowing, 437.

and Zephyros, 169.
Borneo, use of handkerchief in, 272.
Bourke, J. G., 349 note.
Bovè, Giacomo, on the language of

Tierra del Fuego, 83.
Bovine stare, without words, 352.
Bow in the cloud, 171.
Bow-wow in English, but kliff-klaff

in German, 362.
Bow-wow theory, 206, 207, 208,

362, 373.
Brahman, 104 note.
Brâhmana, 252.
Brâhmanas, 249, 296, 301, 541.

in prose, 296.
- Sanskrit of the, 296.
Brahmanic view of religion, 67.
Brahmanism, 275, 295.

sacred books of, 214.
Brahuis, dialect of the, 336.
Brazil, aborigines of, 346.
Bréal and Decharme, representa-

tives of the analogical school

of mythology, 484.
Bright and heavenly beings, 242.
Brihadâranyaka, In.
Brinton, Dr., 134 note, 208, 208

note, 217, 453 note, 512 note.
Brockhaus, 17.
Bronze at Hissarlik, 201.
Brugmann, 422 note.

his derivation of oébas, 42 note.
Buddha, 221, 271, 275, 551.

and Mâlunkya, 105.
means Awakened, 543.
followers of, 543.

religion of, 553
Buddha's teaching, 107.

existence after death, 109.

faith, 191.
Buddhism, 93-107, 541.

no god recognised by, 28.
- is it a religion ? 28, 104.

not a religion, 89.
no Creator mentioned in, 105.
included in author's definition,

190.
the nothing of, 190.
sacred books of, 214.
Northern and Southern, 295.
used the spoken dialects, 299.
become merely formal in Japan,

339.
Southern, 542.
· Northern or Bodhism, 542, 543.
- political circumstances separated

it from Brahmanism, 555.
Buddhist missionaries, 78.

- condemned to death, 113.

- Sanskrit, 299.
Buddhist canon, 299.
- Northern, 299, 300, 301.
Chinese translations of, 300.
Southern, 299, 301.

reduced to writing, 300.
- less grammatical than the North-

ern text, 300.
Buddhists, meaning of dharma

among, 95.
- reject a Creator, 253, 255.
- number of, 543.
Buffon, 264.

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Bühler on the Laws of Manu, 536 Celtic, Bel or Beal, 455.
note.

Celts in Galatia, 290.
Bulgaria, 333 note.

Ceres, from Sk. root kar, 449.
Bulgaric, 333, 333 note.

from karsh, 450.
Bulgarian, Old, 293.

Cerfus (sardha), 450.
translation of the Bible, 293.

Cerus Manus, 450.
Bunsen and Niebuhr, 84.

Cetwayo, 217.
Burden, 368.

Ceylon, 283
Buriäts, traces of grammar in the Chaldee or Western Aramaic, 306.
dialect of the, 332.

of the Targums, 306.
Burmese language, 337.

Chamisso on Polynesian religion,
Burn, to, 366.

89 note, 357
Burnouf, Eugène, 19.

Chance and purpose, 226.
Bushmen, the, 341.

Chantepie de la Saussaye, 222.

Characters common to gods and
CAERIMONIA, 38.

heroes of different names, 485.
Caird, Dr., 162 note, 240 note. Chasuble, the, 272, 272 note.

his definition of religion, 57, 60, Chester, 84.
61.

Children beat their dolls, 212.
Caldwell, Bishop, 217.

Chimpanzee, Kant on the, 266.
Calendar, the, 523.

China, 544.
California, faith of the natives of, ancestral law in, 173.
254.

family council in, 174.
denied by Sir J. Lubbock, 255.

books of record in, 174.
Baegert on, 567.

filial piety in, 175.
Callaway, Dr., 516.

religions of, 214.
Cambodians, language of the, 337. Chinese, 320, 321.
Cap(i)ta, 437.

words for religion in, 92.
Care, cura, 454.

Classic of filial piety, 175.
Caribes, the, 345.

literature, age claimed for, unsup-
Carolingian Psalms, 287.

ported by evidence, 323.
Carthage, language of, Semitic, 340. destroyed B. C. 213, 323.
Carthaginian, 307.

Classics, 546, 547.
Cassiodorus, on religio, 39.

Chingis-Khan, 329, 331.
Cassock, 272 note.

Christ, 221, 555, used an Aramaic
Castrén, 217–249, 249 note, 332.

dialect, and also Greek, 306.
Category of causality, 250.

Christian religion, 553.
Cattle, breeders of, 200.

Christianity, 275, 548.
Caucasus, languages of the, 337. Christians called ãdeol, 228.
Causality, 404

Cicero, 127, derivation of religion,
Cause, the infinite as, 124.

33, 34 note, 35.
concept of, 139.

definition of, 38, 38 note, 86, 88.
origin of the idea of, 254.

- and the cultus deorum, 182.
Celtic, 287, 290.

on the gods, 226.
migration, 290.

Civil theology, 45.
literature is recent, 290.

Clamor concomitans, 374.
– mythology and ancient religion, Classical dialects, stagnant and
290.

dead, 297
Celtic, features in common with Climatic influences affect myths,
Latin,. 294.

530.

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