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Jackman, his use of Cornish, iii. 244. Jaganntha, iv. 374. Janus and Ga{n}e{s}a, iv. 21. Jeanne of Navarre and Joinville, iii. 154. Jean Paul, iv. 446. Jellinghaus, Mr., iv. 348. Jeremiah, author of last part of Isaiah, iii. 484. Jerusalem Bishopric, the, iii. 129, 367. Jesuits, as scientific investigators, iii. 196. —— found the "Journal de Trvoux," iii. 194. Jews in Cornwall, iii. 287. —— houses of, iii. 287, 298. —— oppressed by Henry III., iii. 309. —— tin raised by, iii. 311. —— do not proselytize, iv. 241. —— the most proselytizing of people, iv. 304. Joannes Damascenus, iv. 167. Joasaph or Josaphat or Bodhisattva, iv. 180. Jocelin, his work on St. Patrick, iii. 300. Joel, translator of fables from Arabic into Hebrew, iv. 158. Johannes of Capua, author of Latin translation of fables, iv. 158. Join, to, root YUG, Aryan words for, iv. 414. [[Colebrooke YUJ]] Joinville, iii. 151. —— his wife, iii. 153. —— his burial place, iii. 155. —— his estate possessed and sold by Egalit, iii. 156. —— writes his book for Jeanne of Navarre, iii. 157. —— first edition of, iii. 158. —— Menard's edition of, iii. 160. —— Ducange's edition, iii. 161. —— Charters of, iii. 165. —— Capperonnier's edition of, iii. 161. —— Daunou on, iii. 164. —— Paulin Paris on, iii. 161. —— MS. found at Brussels, iii. 161. —— MS. found at Lucca, iii. 163. —— MS. found at Rheims, iii. 163. —— letter to Louis X., iii. 164. —— his language, iii. 165 and note. —— Sir J. Stephen on, iii. 173. —— his truth to his king, iii. 178. —— relates few miracles, iii. 184. —— Hardouin on, iii. 189. Jones, Sir William, his translations from Sanskrit, iv. 322, 361. —— on the resemblance between Sanskrit, Greek, and Latin, iv. 324. —— the only rival of Colebrooke, iv. 396. —— Colebrooke's testimony to, iv. 397. —— his merits not appreciated, iv. 398. Josaphat, his early life the same as Buddha's, iv. 174. Joseph II., iii. 35, 81. "Journal des Savants," iii. 192. —— and Voltaire, iii. 193. —— translated into Latin, iii. 194. "Journal de Trvoux," iii. 194. —— Index by Sommervogel, iii. 195. Journalism, power of, iii. 199. Jovius, Paulus, iii. 234. Julien, Stanislas, iv. 107 note. Jumiges, William of, iii. 159. Jupiter, Zeus, Dyaus, Zio, and Tyr, iv. 210. Justin, his interview with the philosopher, iv. 287. Juts, iii. 118. Juxtaposition produces combination, iv. 111. Juxtapositional stage, iv. 116. Juxtapositional, combinatory, and inflectional strata in the formation of the Aryan language, iv. 138.

Ca, Sanskrit particle, iv. 26. Kabir, founder of the sect of the Avadhta, iv. 257. —— commandments of, iv. 257. —— his reforms, iv. 257. —— poetry of, iv. 311. Kad-vn, iv. 44. Kafir or B-ntu family, iv. 70. Ka{l}, iv. 82. Kala or Gala in Tamil, iv. 74 note. Kalsha-Mnder dialects, iv. 349. kalein, not calare, or to call, iv. 104. Kalevara, body, iv. 24. Kali, the goddess, iv. 251. —— goddess of Calcutta, iv. 309. Kalidasa's play of Sakuntala, iv. 323. Kalila and Dimnah, Mongolian translation of, iv. 149 note. —— when written, iv. 151. —— Persian translation of by Nasr Allah, iv. 159. —— Spanish translation of, iv. 161. —— in Latin verse, iv. 161. Kalilag and Damnag, Renan on, iv. 181. Kamara, Zend, girdle, kamara, iv. 236. Kameredhe, Zend, skull; cf. kmelethron, iv. 236. Kamilarois, religious ideas of the, iv. 341. Kant, iv. 447. —— his influence on Schiller, iii. 94. —— his writings, iv. 426. Ka{n}va-medhatithi or Ka{n}va-mesha and Ganymedes, iv. 21. Karens, the, iii. 435. Kareta, Zend, knife, culter, iv. 236. Karl August, Duke of Weimar, iii. 85, 88. Krtikya, god of war, iv. 251, 309. katalogos, iv. 219. katgorma or sumbama, iv. 31. Katolsch, angry, iii. 131. Kehrp or k{ri}p, iv. 235. Keigwyn, his translations from Cornish, iii. 258. Kellermann, iii. 419. Keshub Chunder Sen, iv. 260, 312. —— his Lecture on Christ, iv. 272. Khalif Almansur, iv. 151. —— his court, iv. 167. Khasia language and the Munda dialects, iv. 348. Khayuna dialects, iv. 349. Khosru Nushirvan, iv. 183. —— his physician, iv. 152. Khrma, Zend = Sk. krra, crudus, iv. 235. Khrta, Zend, adj. of zim, winter, iv. 235. Kielhorn, Dr., iv. 332, 345. King, Aryan words for, iv. 407. Kingdom, iv. 75. —— Aryan words for, iv. 407. Kingsley, iii. 489. —— and the Saturday Review, iii. 480. Kistvaen, or cistvaen, iii. 267, 269. Kitt's Cotty House, iii. 267. Klaus Groth, on Friesian, iii. 123 note. —— his poems, iii. 126, 132. —— political poems, iii. 133. —— Vertellen, iii. 146. klaz = kraz (clu), iv. 219. kleos = hruom, iv. 219. Klinger, iii. 82. Klopstock, iii. 40-42, 82, 84. Knee, Aryan words for, iv. 406. Know, to, root JA, Aryan words for, iv. 415. [[Index and Colebrooke JNYA]] —— root VID, Aryan words for, iv. 415. Knowledge for its own sake, danger of, iv. 320. Koelle's sixty-seven African languages, iii. 427. Krner, iii. 85, 86, 402. —— Theodore, iii. 86. Koles, the, iv. 347. —— language of, Dravidian, iv. 347. Knigsberg School, the, iii. 37. Konrad's Roland, iii. 9. Konrad von Wrzburg, iii. 15. Kontablacos, iii. 67. Koran, spirit of the, iv. 245. Kosmos of language, iii. 450. -krats = hard, iv. 88. Kratu, intellectual strength, iv. 88. Kratylos, Plato's, iv. 65. kraz = klaz (clu ?), iv. 219. krima = crimen, Grco-Italic, according to Mommsen, iv. 218, 219. kruos, krumos, krustallos, iv. 235. kumaious, onos para, iv. 150. Kmr-ya te, he behaves like a girl, iv. 91.

Laboulaye, iii. 446. —— on Barlaam and Josaphat, iv. 177. Lachmann, iii. 350, 408. Ladyship, iv. 75. La Fontaine's fables, iv. 139. —— published 1668, iv. 140. —— 2d and 3d editions, 1678, 1694, iv. 140. —— fable of Perrette borrowed from the Pacatantra, iv. 142. —— and David Sahid of Ispahan's translation of Pilpay's fables, iv. 159. Lagu, law, iv. 220. Lalita Vistara, the, iv. 171. Lamprecht's "Alexander," iii. 9. Language of the Swabian court, iii. 8. —— of Luther, iii. 24. —— of Joinville, iii. 166. —— the Kosmos of, iii. 450. —— stratification of, iv. 63. —— origin of, iv. 67. —— universal, iv. 67. —— English, 100,000 words in, iv. 68. —— classification of, iv. 72. —— made by convention, iv. 73. —— three conditions of, iv. 78. —— RR for 1st stage, iv. 79. —— R + r for 2d stage, iv. 79. —— r for 3d stage, iv. 79. —— not highly developed, rich in words, poor in general expressions, iv. 122. —— Science of, is it a natural or historical science, iv. 222. —— human beings without, iv. 341. —— Veddahs said to have none, iv. 342. —— of the Koles and Gonds, iv. 347. —— natural growth or historical change in, iv. 422. —— the specific difference of man, iv. 441. —— none without roots, iv. 460. —— and thought inseparable, iv. 484. Languages in India, the primitive, iii. 422. —— families of, iv. 70. —— isolating, combinatory, and inflectional, iv. 79. —— suffixing, prefixing, affixing, and infixing, iv. 85. Lardner's "Credibilia," iv. 287. La Rivey, his translations of fables, iv. 159 note. Lassen, iii. 404; iv. 510. —— and Burnouf, Whitney on, iv. 515. Latin, use of, iii. 29. —— and English words in Cornish, iii. 256. —— words in Cornish, iii. 261. —— inscriptions, iii. 419. —— chair of, iv. 13. —— Corssens studies in, iv. 17. —— text of the Milkmaid, iv. 164 note. —— Church, first day of SS. Barlaam and Josaphat, iv. 177. —— a language made up of Italic, Greek, and Pelasgic, iv. 206. —— derived from Greek, iv. 206. —— most closely united with Greek (Mommsen, Curtius), iv. 215. Laud, Archbishop, his support of Arabic, iv. 12. —— his collection of Arabic MSS., iv. 12. Laudari a viro laudato, iv. 512. Lautverschiebung, iv. 101 note, 102. Law, no settled word for, in the Aryan languages, iv. 220. —— of the Excluded Middle, iv. 434. Laws of Manu., iv. 323. —— of Nature, unsuspected, iv. 426. Laymen, work of, iv. 293. —— assistance of, iv. 293. Leader, the, iii. 401. Leccardo, a gourmand, iv. 90. Lecture on Christ by Keshub Chunder Sen, iv. 272. "Lectures on the English Language," Marsh's, iv. 431. Lectureships for Hebrew, Arabic, and Chaldaic proposed in 1311, iv. 11. Leibnitz, iii. 39. —— his views on language, iv. 65. —— shows that Greek and Latin are not derived from Hebrew, iv. 207. Leiche, body, iv. 23. Leik, body, iv. 23. Leitner, Dr., his labors in Dardistan, iv. 348. leloip-enai, iv. 34. Lengthening of the vowel in the subjunctive, iv. 114. Leo Allatius and the story of Barlaam and Josaphat, iv. 178. Leo the Isaurian, iv. 161. Leofric, Bishop of Exeter, iii. 324. Leopardi, iii. 362. Leopold, Duke of Austria, iii. 12. Leprosy, iii. 237. Lepsius, iii. 362, 439; iv. 2. —— on Egyptian chronology, iii. 396. Lessing, iii. 40, 82. —— his "Minna von Barnhelm," iii. 42. —— his "Emilia Galotti," iii. 42. —— his "Nathan," iii. 42. —— his influence, iii. 84. —— and forgotten books, iii. 232. —— Pastor Goeze the critic of, iv. 518. Ltoi, vocative, iv. 233. Leumund, iv. 218. Lewis, Sir G. C., iii. 239. Lex and law, iv. 219, 220. Lhuyd, Mr. Ed., d. 1709, and his Cornish Grammar, iii. 245. Lich, lichgate, iv. 23. Liebhart, mignon, iv. 89 note. Liebrecht, Dr. Felix, iv. 165 note. Liebrecht, on Barlaam and Josaphat, iv. 177. Ligare, to bind, iv. 220. Light, broad degrees of, iv. 437. —— lucere, iv. 467. Lines and limits in nature, iv. 437. Linguardo, a talker, iv. 90. Linguistic survey of India, iv. 346. Lionesse, the countrie of, iii. 322. Lion's skin, the, in Plato's "Kratylos," iv. 150 note. liparos, iv. 229. Liscow, iii. 40. Literary survey of India, the, iv. 346. Lives of saints, the, interest of, iii. 300. "Livre des Lumires" by David Sahid of Ispahan, iv. 160. Local adverbs, as terminations of cases, iv. 96. Locative in i, as infinitive, iv. 50. —— in sani, as infinitive, iv. 55. Locatives, old, iv. 208. Locher, iii. 68. Locke, iv. 446. —— philosophy of, iii. 218. Lockhart, iii. 402. Loewe, Dr., iv. 487. Loftus, iii. 433. Logan stones, iii. 278. Logau, Friedrich von, iii. 38. Logic, Prantl on reform of, iv. 486. Logical statement, skeleton of, iv. 434. logos, not lex, iv. 219. Logos, the, iv. 455. Lohenstein, iii. 38. London in the 16th century, iii. 234. Loss of MS. of the Veda, iii. 401. Lother and Maler, iii. 70. Louis le Hutin, his library, iii. 157. Louis III., lay on his victory over the Normans, iii. 6. Louis IX., iii. 177, and the Bishop of Paris, iii. 182. Louis XIV., iii. 32. —— court of, iii. 33. Lourdement, heavily, iv. 112. Love songs, Old German, iii. 51. Low German, iii. 121. —— dialects, iii. 122. Lu in Telugu, iv. 82. Lbeck, home of Chasot, iii. 210. Lucien Buonaparte, iii. 423. Ludwig, King, iii. 5. Lunar Zodiac of the Hindus, iv. 508. lusai, infinitive, iv. 51, 57. Luther, iii. 24, 26, 67. —— his language, iii. 24. —— his Table Talk, iii. 62. Lycians, the true Pelasgians, iii. 396.

Ma, tva, ta, iv. 113. M and m prohibitivum, iv. 213. Macaulay, iii. 363, 407. —— Lord, on Christian differences, iv. 290. —— —— on Bacon, iii. 227. Madenhood, iii. 236. Madh, Zend, to cure, mederi, iv. 236. Madras, Colebrooke's arrival at, iv. 364. Mahbhshya, new edition of, iv. 335. —— photo-lithograph of, iv. 344. Mahon, iii. 407. Mahrattas, the, Buddhist priests sent to, iv. 244. mai, for mma, iv. 125. "Maid of Orleans," Schiller's, iii. 92, 97. Mamnsaka philosophers, iv. 386. Malayo-Polynesian family, iv. 70. Mallet, Gilles, iii. 158. Mammoth, age of the, iii. 319. Man, a suffix, iv. 33. Man, Zend, manere, iv. 236. —— Aryan words for, iv. 405. —— an amphibious creature, iv. 477. —— pursued by a unicorn, parable of, iv. 170. Mane, Sanskrit termination, iv. 32. Manere, iv. 236. Man-hd, iv. 88. Manouses, Professor, his lectures on the Greeks, iii. 251. Mansel, iv. 446. Manuel, Don Juan, his "Conde Lucanor," iv. 164. Mar, mard, mardh, marg, mark, marp, {s}mar, iv. 122. Mra, his interview with Buddha, iv. 268. Mrh, Zion, iii. 293. Marazion, iii. 287, 293. March, Dr., on Infinitive, iv. 58. —— his Anglo-Saxon Grammar, iv. 421. Marchadion, iii. 297. Marchadyon, iii. 294. Mardn, library of, iv. 186. Margravine of Baireuth, the, iii. 203. Maria Theresa, iii. 124. "Mark Bozzari," Mller's "Griechen Lieder," iii. 108. Market Jew, iii. 293, 297. Marriages in India between those of different rank, iv. 377. Marsh's "Lectures on the English Language," iv. 431. Martin, Theodore, his translation of the "Griechen Lieder," iii. 108, 111. "Martyrologium Romanum," the, iv. 169 note. "Mary Stuart," Schiller's, iii. 92, 96. Masi, from ma-tvi, iv. 125. Master Eckhardt, iii. 419. Mastersingers, iii. 16. Mt, mtram, iv. 232. Mathilde, daughter of Henry II., iii. 12. —— of Saxony, iii. 60. Matthias of Beheim translates the Bible, iii. 21. Maximilian the Emperor, iii. 17. Max Mller, letters from Bunsen to, iii. 393. Mayas, delight, iv. 55. Meco, iv. 117. Mederi, Zend, madh, iv. 236. Meissel, Celtes, iii. 29. Meistersnger, the, iii. 31. —— their poetry, iii. 69. Melanchthon, iii. 29. —— his letters, iii. 62. melathron, iv. 236. meldete = m{ri}{l}ata, iv. 234. Meldorf, home of K. Niebuhr, iii. 127. Melidunum, Moulton, iii. 293. Melusina, iii. 70. "Mmoire sur la Langue de Joinville," par De Wailly, iii. 165 note. "Mmoires de Trvoux," iii. 192. memona and memamen, iv. 40. menai, infinitive in, iv. 33. Mn-an-tol, or holed stones, iii. 271, 283. —— their origin, iii. 284. Menard, his edition of Joinville, iii. 160. Mn-rock, iii. 306. Mn Scrifa, the, iii. 271. Mendelssohn, iii. 362. "Merchant of Venice," story of the caskets, iv. 170 note. "Merigarto," hybrid style of, iii. 8. Merivale, Herman, and Jews in Cornwall, iii. 310. Metaphysique, Bacon's, iii. 223. mtr, mtera = mat, mtram, iv. 232. Method of Induction, Bacon's, iii. 225. Meyer, Martin, iii. 63. Mi, si, ti, iv. 113. Michelstow, iii. 336. Middle High German, iii. 9. Migration of Fables, iv. 139. Miklosich, his Slavonic studies, iv. 17. Milkmaid, the fable of the, first appearance in English, iv. 164. —— instead of the Brahman, iv. 165. Mill, John Stuart, iv. 318. Mill, Dr., iv. 336. Min Jehann, iii. 137. Mincamber or Mnamber, iii. 277. Mind, Aryan words for, iv. 405. —— what is meant by, iv. 436. —— of animals, a terra incognita, iv. 442. Minne, meaning, of, iii. 56. Minnesnger, the, iii. 9. "Minnesangs Frhling," iii. 53, 61. Minute differences, many words for, in languages not highly developed, iv. 122. Miracles, related by Joinville, iii. 185. Mirzapur, Colebrooke at, iv. 374. —— Colebrooke returns to, iv. 381. Missionaries, Irish and English, iii. 4. Missionary and Non-missionary religions, iv. 241. Missionary religions, iv. 241, 303. —— religion what constitutes a, iv. 306. —— societies, iv. 290. —— societies, claim on, for Oriental studies, iv. 337. Missions, iv. 238. —— Stanley's Sermon on, iv. 276. —— should be more helped by the universities, iv. 338. Misteries, the, iii. 69. misthos, Goth. mizd, iv. 236. Mzdha, Zend, misthos, iv. 236. mochthre, vocative, iv. 232. Modern languages, their importance, iv. 523. Modus infinitus, iv. 31. Mohammedanism, countries professing, iv. 252. Mollwitz, battle of, iii. 206. Mommsen, Theodore, iii. 129. "Monatliche Unterredungen," iii. 194. Mongol words from Chinese, iv. 105. Mongolian and Chinese, iv. 106. —— conquerors carry Buddhist fables to Russia, iv. 149. —— translation of Kalila and Dimnah, iv. 149 note. Monosyllabic form of roots, iv. 121. Monstra, iv. 72. Montaigne on the French language, iii. 164. Month, Aryan words for, iv. 404. Mont St. Michel in Normandy, iii. 326. Moon, Aryan words for, iv. 403. Moors, or Hindustani, iv. 365. More, Sir Thomas, iv. 293. Moreman, teaches English in Cornwall, iii. 244. Morgenstunde hat Gold im Munde, iv. 144. Morier, iii. 408. Morris, Dr., on Infinitive, iv. 58. Moscherosch, iii. 38. Moslim, iv. 245. Mother, Aryan words for, iv. 401. Mother-in-law, Aryan words for, iv. 403. Moulton, Melidunum, iii. 293. Mountain, Aryan words for, iv. 424. Mount Calvary, Cornish poem, iii. 257. Mount Garganus in Apulia, iii. 326, 332. Mouse, Aryan words for, iv. 410. Mouth, Aryan words for, iv. 406. Mule, Aryan words for, iv. 408. Mller, Dr. Friedrich, iv. 74 note. Mller, O., iii. 400, 431. Mller, Ottfried, and Comparative Philology, iv. 209. Mller, Wilhelm, iii. 100. —— his enjoyment of nature, iii. 103. —— his life at Dessau, iii. 107. —— his "Griechen Lieder," iii. 107. —— pupil of Wolf, iii. 113. —— his "Homerische Vorschule," iii. 113. Munda dialects and the Khasian language, iv. 348. —— and the Talaing of Pegu, iv. 348. Mundas or Koles, dialects of, iv. 347. Mure, iii. 419. Musket, iv. 503. Mysore, Buddhist priests sent to, iv. 244. Mystery plays in Cornish, iii. 258, 259. Mystics, iii. 18. Mythology, iv. 210, 328.

Naaman, iv. 278. Nacheinander, iv. 33. Nau, Zend, corpse, nekus, iv. 236. Nagpur, Colebrooke at, iv. 380. Nak, night, iv. 91. Nakshatras, the, iv. 508. —— derived from China or Chaldea, iv. 508. Name, Aryan words for, iv. 407. Nnak, founder of the Sikh religion, iv. 257. —— wisdom of, iv. 311. —— reforms of, iv. 257. Naples, inflectional, iv. 82. Naples, Neapolis, iv. 117. Napo, Zend, A.S. nefa, iv. 236. Napoleon, iii. 492. —— at the Red Sea, iv. 291. "Narrenschiff," "Ship of Fools," iii. 68, 71. —— Zarneke's edition of, iii. 71. —— Alexander Barclay's translation of, iii. 72. Nas-a-ti, he perishes, iv. 91. Nsa-ya-ti, he sends to destruction, iv. 91. Nas-i-da, iv. 117. Nas-y-te, he is destroyed, iv. 91. Nas-ya-ti, he perishes, iv. 91, 92. Nasr Allah, his Persian translation of "Kahla and Dimnah," iv. 159. National character, iii. 254. —— protection for historical monuments, iii. 276. Nattore, Colebrooke at, iv. 370. Natural growth, or historical change in language, iv. 422. Nature, lines and limits in, iv. 437. Nausea, iii. 171. Navel, Aryan words for, iv. 406. Neanderthal skull, the, iii. 253. Neapolis, iv. 82. Na-plis, New Town, Nepolis, iv. 117. Ncare, iv. 91. Nefa, A.S. nephew, iv. 236. Negro skull, iii. 252. nek-us, nek-ros, iv. 91. nekus, Goth. naus, iv. 236. Nemesis, iv. 220. —— of Faith, Froude's, iii. 374, 397. Nepal, Buddhist priests sent to, iv. 244. Nesh{n}i, to lead, iv. 34. Neukomm, iii. 411, 473. New, Aryan words for, iv. 411. Newman, J. H., and the Jerusalem bishopric, iii. 128. —— and Bunsen, iii. 363, 364. —— his "Apologia," iii. 367. New Oxford, iii. 403. Newton, combinatory, iv. 82. New-town, combinatory, iv. 82. "Nibelunge," the, iii. 7, 12, 54-56. Nicholas of Basle, iii. 419. Niclas von Weyl, iii. 17. Niebuhr, Karsten, the traveller, iii. 126. —— his home at Meldorf, iii. 127. Niebuhr, Barthold, the historian, iii. 128, 130, 353, 404. —— his political character, Bunsen on, iii. 416. —— his views of the German professor's life, iv. 203. —— on truthfulness, iv. 225. Night, Aryan words for, iv. 404. Nigidius Figulus, iv. 231. Nine, Aryan words for, iv. 413. Maidens, the Nine, iii. 273. niph-a, acc., iv. 236. Nirv{n}a, iii. 486. Nirv{n}a (dying), iv. 268. Nithard, iii. 159. Nitzschius, his translation of the "Journal des Savants," iii. 194. Nix, Goth, snaiv-s, iv. 236. Noise, iii. 171. Nominalists and Realists, iii. 64, 66. nomos from nemein, iv. 220. Non-missionary religions, iv. 241. Nonsuch, palace of, iii. 236. Norden, his description of Cornwall, iii. 244. Nordleudt, the, iii. 119. Norman blood, iii. 249. —— words in Cornish, iii. 260. North Turanian Class, iv. 105. Northalbingi, the, iii. 119. Nose, Aryan words for, iv. 406. Notker Teutonicus, iii. 6. Nouns (onomata), iv. 30. Nox, from nak, iv. 91. Numa, iv. 220. Nuti, author of "Del Governo de' regni," iv. 157. nux = nox, iv. 91.

Obligatio, binding, iv. 220. Ockham, the Franciscan, iii. 66. Oc-ulus, iv. 25. Oculus, iv. 28. ogdoos and okt, iv. 230. Oecolampadius, iii. 29. oida and ismen, iv. 40. oikeio-s, in the house, iv. 94. oios, one, iv. 236. Old, Aryan words for, iv. 411. —— ablatives, termination of, iv. 44. —— age extraordinary, iii. 246 note. —— Bsum, iii. 138. —— German Love Songs, iii. 51. Olmtz, iii. 381. omma, iv. 25. One, Aryan words for, iv. 412. onoma and nomen, in Persian nm, iv. 324. ophthalmos, iv. 25. Opitz, iii. 33, 34, 36. op-p-a, iv. 25. Oppert, Whitney on, iv. 515. Orare de Bayard, iii. 205. Orichalcum, iii. 290. Oriental studies, their claims on support, iv. 336 seq. Origen, iv. 293. Origin of language, iv. 67. "Origin of Chinese," Chalmers', iv. 105. "Origine des Romans, Trait de l'," Huet, iv. 151. Orlans, Duke of, Egalit, iii. 156. Oscan grammar, iv. 340. Osney, iii. 289. osse, iv. 28. osse for okie, iv. 25. Ostfalia, the tribe of, iii. 117. Oswald von Wolkenstein, iii. 17. Otfried, iii. 6. Other, Aryan words for, iv. 411. Otho I., and Denmark, iii. 119. Overweg, iii. 419. Ox, cow, bull, Aryan words for, iv. 408. Oxenford, iii. 236. Oxford chair of Greek, iv. 11. —— —— Hebrew, iv. 11. —— —— Arabic, iv. 12. —— —— Anglo-Saxon, iv. 12. —— —— Sanskrit, iv. 13. Oxford chair of Latin, iv. 13. —— —— Comparative Philology, iv. 13. —— Realists at, iii. 65. —— King of Prussia's remark on, iii. 238. —— name of, iii. 289. —— Ryt-ychen, Welsh name for, iii. 290. —— Bunsen at, iii. 365. —— Lectures at, iii. 407. —— University of, claim of Oriental studies on, iv. 337. —— what it might do for Missions, iv. 338. Oyez, iii. 262.

Pada-cases, iv. 133. Pairidaza in Zend, iv. 22. Paithya, Zend, sua-pte, iv. 236. Palaitiological sciences, iv. 427. Palleske's "Life of Schiller," iii. 76. Palmerston, iii. 475, 492. Pandit, the, iv. 335. Pandoo Coolies, in Malabar, iii. 269. P{n}ini, iv. 20, 332. Pacatantra, the, or Pentateuch, or Pentamerone, iv. 141. —— Perrette borrowed from, iv. 142. Pantnus, iv. 293. Pantschatantra, the, iv. 183. Parable of the man pursued by the unicorn, iv. 170. Para-Brahma, the, iv. 256. Paradise and Sanskrit paradesa, iv. 22. parakolouthmata, iv. 31. Paraschematic growth of early themes, iv. 129. "Parcival," Wolfram's, iii. 54. Pards in Hebrew, iv. 22. paremphasis, iv. 31. Parental and controversial work of missionaries, iv. 253. Paribhv from paribhs, iv. 233. Paris, university of, iv. 11. Paris, Paulin, on Joinville, iii. 161. Parker, Abp., his collection of Anglo-Saxon MSS., iv. 12. Parlerai, je, iv. 75. Parsh{n}i, infinitive, to cross, iv. 34. Parsis do not proselytize, iv. 242. —— in Bombay, iv. 305. —— their wish to increase their sect, iv. 305. Pat, the root, iv. 461. patr and mtr in Persian, iv. 323. patr, patera = pit, pitram, iv. 232. Paternal missionary, the, iv. 316. Ptram, from p, iv. 228. Patteson, Bishop, iv. 254. —— on missions, iv. 262. —— as an Oxford man, iv. 338. —— on the "Theologia Germanica," iii. 480. Paul Gerhard, iii. 31. Pauli, iii. 395, 403. Pausilipo, Virgil's tomb at, iv. 284. Payer, in the sense of pacifying, iii. 171. Peat deposits, iv. 501. Peel, Sir Robert, iii. 368, 377. —— his feeling for Bunsen, iii. 347. Pehlevi translation of fables, iv. 152. peith, foedus, iv. 39. Pelasgians, are Lycians, iii. 396. Pleu, vocative, iv. 233. Penel-tun, iii. 301. Pengelly, Mr., on the Insulation of St. Michael's Mount, iii. 316. Penguaul, iii. 301. Penhow, iii. 300. Penny come quick, iii. 292. Peretu, Zend, bridge, portus, iv. 236. Perfidus, faithless, iv. 39. Period of Adverbs, in the Aryan language, iv. 135. Period of the formation of cases, in the Aryan language, iv. 135. Per-nic-i-es, iv. 95. Perrette and the Pot au Lait, iv. 139. —— story of, in Italian by Giulio Nuti, iv. 190. —— in Latin, by Petrus Possinus, from Greek, iv. 191. —— in Latin, by Johannes of Capua, from Hebrew, iv. 192. —— in German, in "Buch der alten Weisheit," translated from the "Directorium," iv. 193. —— in Spanish from Arabic (1289), iv. 194. —— in Latin verse by Balbo from Arabic, iv. 195. —— in Latin verse by Regnerius, iv. 195. —— in Latin sermons, iv. 196. —— in Spanish "El Conde Lucanor," iv. 197. —— in French, by Bonaventure des Periers, iv. 197. Persian and Arab stories brought back by the Crusaders, iv. 148. Pertsch, iii. 440. Pertz, iii. 397, 401. Pessum dare, iv. 132. Petrus de Alliaco, iii. 65. Phdrus' fables, iv. 140. pharetra, a quiver, iv. 129. phaulos, not faul, iv. 104. Phenician alphabet, the ultimate source of the world's alphabets, iv. 430, 468. pheretron, a bier, iv. 129. phial = piwal, iv. 228. phiaros = pvara, iv. 228. —— adjective of cream, iv. 228. Philip Augustus, King of France, iii. 51. Philip le Bel, iii. 175. Philippe de Comines, iii. 173. Phlogiston, iv. 444. Phocion, iv. 431. Phoenix, father of Europa, iii. 249. Phonetic organs very imperfect in animals nearest to man, iv. 440. phoros, tribute, iv. 129. Photolithograph of the Mahbhshya, iv. 344. Phrygians, Greek words formed from the, iv. 66. phulakos and phulax, iv. 131. Physique, Bacon's, iii. 223. Pierre le Baud, refers to Joinville, iii. 157. Pilpay, the Indian sage, iv. 140, 159. Pit, pitram, iv. 232. Pvaras, fat, iv. 228. Pvar, young girl, iv. 228. plakou, vocative, iv. 233. Platen, iii. 402. Platner's "Description of Rome," Bunsen's part, in, iii. 362. Plato, his views on language, iv. 64. —— his "Kratylos," iv. 65. Platt Deutsch, iii. 123. pleistos, iv. 236. Pliny on Druids, iii. 241. Plumbum, iv. 461. Plunge, to, iv. 461. Plural in Bengali, iv. 74. —— of the pronoun I, iv. 126. Pococke, Professor of Arabic, iv. 12. Poem on Anno, iii. 9. Poena, punishment, iv. 217. poi-mn, iv. 32. poin, poena, Grco-Italic, according to Mommsen, iv. 216. Polsch, wild, iii. 131. Polysynthetic dialects of America, iv. 70, 85. Pomegranate, Aryan words for, iv. 408. ponre, vocative, iv. 232. Pontifex, iv. 134. Pontus and Sidonia, iii. 70. Pope Pius II. (neas Sylvius), iii. 63. Portsmouth, iii. 305. Portus = Zend peretu, iv. 236. Poseidon, vocative, iv. 232. Possinus, author of Latin translation of "Stephanites and Ichnelates," iv. 157. Pott's article on Max Mller, iv. 80 note. Pott on Curtius, iv. 518. Pourchasser, iii. 172. Power of combination, iv. 117. Prague, University of, iii. 65. Prantl on the Reform of Logic, iv. 485. Precession of the Equinox, iv. 508. Predicative roots, iv. 121. Prefixing languages, iv. 85. Prepositions, Aryan words for, iv. 413. Present, aorist, and reduplicated perfect, as forming a skeleton conjugation, iv. 128. Prichard, Dr., iii. 363. Primary verbal period of the Aryan language, iv. 125. Primitive languages in India, iii. 422. Prince Eugene, iii. 32, 33. Prince Friedrich Wilhelm, iii. 410. Prince and Princess of Prussia in England, 1851, iii. 410. Princes and the German people, iii. 412. Princes, disciples of Buddha, iv. 267. Princeps juventutis, the, iii. 413. "Principes de la Nature," by Renouvier, iv. 420. "Principles of Comparative Philology," Sayce's, iv. 122. Printing, invention of, iii. 21, 23. Prize fellowships, iv. 8. Procreate, to, root SU, Aryan words for, iv. 415. [[Index su]] Professorial knight-errantry, iii. 28. Pronoun I, plural of, iv. 126. Pronouns, Aryan words for, iv. 413. Proselyte, meaning of, iv. 303. Proselytes among the Jews, iv. 241. Proselytizing, etymological sense of, iv. 306. Protagoras, iv. 424. Protoplasm, iv. 458. Proverbs, Schleswig-Holstein, iii. 131. Prussia, King of, his remark on Oxford, iii. 238. —— Constitution granted, 1847, iii. 377. Psalms and Vedic hymns contrasted, iv. 352. Psylli, of Egypt, the, iv. 370. Ptolemaic system, iv. 444. Ptolemy, mention of the Saxons by, iii. 117. Public schools in Rome, iii. 21. Pufendorf, iii. 38. Purchase, to, iii. 172. Purgare, for purigare, iv. 217. Purneah, Colebrooke at, iv. 369. Purus and pŭtus, iv. 217. Pusey, Philip, iii. 421. —— his illness, iii. 442. Puteoli, St. Paul at, iv. 284.

"Qalilag and Damnag," iv. 183. —— finding the MS. of, iv. 186. Quantus = yvat, iv. 236. "Quarterly Review," iii. 401. —— —— article in the, iv. 418. Que, Latin, iv. 26. Queen Elizabeth, iii. 234. —— at Greenwich, iii. 235. Queen Victoria, opening Parliament, iii. 371. "Quickborn," by Klaus Groth, iii. 132. Quin, bana, Zend, geni, iv. 62. Quoife Dieu, la, iii. 190.

Rr or #r#r or #r#r#r#, third stage of language, iv. 79. r + R, second stage of language, iv. 79. r + R + r, second stage of language, iv. 79. R + r, second stage of language, iv. 79. R. R. first stage of language, iv. 79. Rabelais, his "Gargantua," iv. 161. Rabener, iii. 40. "Races of the World, the," Brace's Manual, iii. 252. Races without any religious ideas, iv. 341. Rta, Zend, rectus, iv. 236. Radowitz, iii. 401, 407. Raffles, Lady, iii. 432. Rajatam, iv. 235. Rja-ya-te, he behaves like a king, iv. 91. Raimond de Beziers, his transl. of "Kalila and Dimnah" into Latin verse, iv. 161. Rajanknta's "Life of Jajadeva," iv. 335. Rajendra Lal Mitra, iv. 334, 345. Rajmahal Koles, iv. 347. Rajnarain Bose, on the Brahma-Sanj, iv. 269. Rmnanda, 14th century, the reformer, iv. 256. —— sect of, iv. 311. Rmnuja, 12th century, the reformer, iv. 256. —— sect of, iv. 311. Ram Dass Sen, iv. 335. Ram Mohun Roy and the Brahma-Samj, iv. 258, 311, 312, 356. —— unable to read his own sacred books, iv. 356. Ranchi, Missionaries at, iv. 347. Rap, Zend, = repere, iv. 237. Rastell's translation of the "Dialogus Creaturarum," iv. 162. Rathakaras, the, iv. 307. Rational knowledge of Grammar, iv. 29. Raumer, studies of, iv. 104. Raw, = hro, iv. 235. Rawlinson, Sir H., iv. 2. Rawlinson, founder of the Oxford Chair of Anglo-Saxon, iv. 13. Realists and Nominalists, iii. 64, 65. Realists at Oxford, iii. 65. Recall of Bunsen, iii. 409. Rectus Zend, rta, iv. 236. Red (Sk. harit, fulvus), iv. 100. Reformation, iii. 41. Rɇgĭ-fugium, not regis-fugium, iv. 134. Regin, cunning, iv. 88. Regin-hart, fox, iv. 88. Regniers' Life of Schiller, iii. 76. Reichsverweser, the, iii. 396. Reinaert, fox, Low German, iv. 89. "Reinhard the Fox," iii. 9. Reinmar, iii. 59. Religions, historical, Semitic and Aryan, iv. 239. —— as shown in their Scriptures, iv. 299. —— Missionary, iv. 303. —— inferences as to, drawn from their Scriptures qualified by actual observation, iv. 299. —— all Oriental, iv. 328. Religious doubts in Louis IX.'s time, iii. 182. Religious ideas, races without, iv. 341. Renan, iii. 456; iv. 451. —— on "Kalilag and Damnag," iv. 181. —— Whitney on, iv. 515. "Renner," by Hugo von Trimberg, iii. 16. Renouvier, author of "Les Principes de la Nature," iv. 420. Repere, = Zend rap, iv. 237. Reports sent to the Colonial Office on native races, iv. 340. Resemblance between Sanskrit, Greek, and Latin, Sir W. Jones on the, iv. 323. Reuchlin, iii. 67. Revolt of the Netherlands, Schiller's History of, iii. 89. Rheinsberg, Frederick the Great at, iii. 202. Ribhus, the Vedic gods, iv. 307. Richard, iv. 90. Richard, Coeur de Lion, iii. 154. Richard, King of Romans, iii. 307. Right, Goth. raiht, iv. 236. Right of private judgment, iv. 386. Rigord, iii. 159. Rig-Veda, the Commentary of Say{n}crya, iv. 350. Rik-ard, a rich fellow, iv. 89. "Robbers," Schiller's, iii. 82. Robin, iv. 503. Robinson, Sir Hercules, iv. 341. Rock or Stone, Aryan words for, iv. 408. Rdiger, iii. 411. "Roland," by Konrad, iii. 9. Roman influence in Cornwall, iii. 238. Roman religion in the second century, Gibbon on the, iv. 310. Romantic School, iii. 60. Rome, Bunsen's life at, iii. 356. —— Platner's Description of, iii. 362. Root Period, of the undivided Aryan language, iv. 119. Root vis, to settle down, iv. 112. Roots, iv. 463. Roots, Semitic, investigations on, iii. 427. —— triliteral, iii. 422. —— Ak, iv. 28. —— Uh, iv. 28. —— predicative and demonstrative, iv. 121. —— as postulates, or as actual words, iv. 120. —— not mere abstractions, iv. 119. —— monosyllabic forms of, iv. 121. —— none without concepts, iv. 477. Rosen, iv. 336, 356. Ross, or vale, iii. 292. Rothe, R., iii. 399. Roug, iv. 468. Roxburgh's "Flora Indica," iv. 384. Royal Exchange or Bursa, iii. 234. Royal power, in Germany, France, England, iii. 34. Royal Asiatic Society, iv. 392. Rudolf von Ems, iii. 15. Rudolph von Hapsburg, iii. 17. "Ruodlieb," poem on, iii. 7. Russell, Lord John, iii. 378. Russians, the, efforts at Berlin, iii. 436. Ryswick, treaty of, iii. 32. Ryt-ychen, iii. 290.

S, as original termination of feminine bases in , iv. 45. "Sacred Anthology," Conway's, iv. 329. Sacred Books of Mankind, translation of, iv. 321. Sacred cord of the Brahmans, iv. 260. Sai from tva-tvi, iv. 125. sai, termination of infinitive, iv. 51. sai, termination of 2d pers. sing. imper. 1 aor. middle, iv. 51. sakes-palos, iv. 133. "Sakuntala," Klidsa's play of, iv. 323. Salm, peace, 245 note. Salamanca, University of, iv. 11. Sampradna, dative, iv. 49. —— its meaning, iv. 49. —— its use, iv. 49. Sa{m}vrandaghos{h}, iv. 498. Sani, sanye, sanim, iv. 52. Sanna, or Chandaka, Buddha's driver, iv. 175. Sanskrit, chair of, iv. 13. —— studied by Sassetti, iv. 14. —— studied by Coeurdoux, le Pre, iv. 14. —— studied by Frederic Schlegel, iv. 15. —— only sound foundation of Comparative Philology, iv. 19. —— gerundive participle in, iv. 95. —— the augment in, iv. 114. —— fables in, iv. 140. —— and Zend, close union of, iv. 212, 215. —— most closely united with Zend (Burnouf), iv. 215. —— Dictionary by Trntha, iv. 335. —— scholars, old school of, iv. 334. —— discovery of, iv. 363. —— Colebrooke professor of, iv. 381. —— and Prakrit poetry, Colebrooke's essay on, iv. 381. —— Grammar by Colebrooke, iv. 381. —— MSS. of Colebrooke, presented to the East India Company, iv. 392. —— Dictionary published by Professors Boehtlingk and Roth, iv. 511. —— Grammar, Max Mller's, iv. 519. Saracens, iii. 300. —— in Cornwall, iii. 308. Sarti, on Latin Inscriptions, iii. 419. Sarvanman, pronoun, iv. 430. Sassetti, Filippo, iv. 14. Satnmis, sect of the, iv. 314. "Saturday Review," iii. 480. Saw, Sage, and Sge, iv. 220. Saxon, dialect, iii. 122. —— influence in Cornwall, iii. 238. —— words in Cornish, iii. 260. Saxons, mentioned by Ptolemy, iii. 116. Sava{n}a's Commentary, iv. 386. Sayce, "Principles of Comparative Philology," iv. 122. sbes, not jas, iv. 62. Scawen on use of Cornish, iii. 245. Schaaffhausen on skulls, iii. 253. Scharnhorst, iii. 416. Schelling, iii. 432; iv. 446. Schenkendorf, iii. 402. Scherer, Dr., "History of the German Language," iv. 101 note. Schiller, iii. 40-43, 75. —— Carlyle's Life of, iii. 76. —— Palleske's Life of, iii. 76. —— Regnier's Life of, iii. 76. —— his childhood, iii. 78. —— his boyhood, iii. 80. —— his studies, iii. 81. —— his "Robbers," iii. 82. —— his "Fiesco," iii. 84. —— his "Cabale and Liebe," iii. 84. —— his wife, iii. 85. —— his "History of the Revolt of the Netherlands," iii. 89. —— his "History of the Thirty Years' War," iii. 90. —— his friendship with Goethe, iii. 92. —— his "Wallenstein," iii. 92. —— his "Song of the Bell," iii. 92. —— his "Mary Stuart," iii. 92. —— his "Maid of Orleans," iii. 92, 97. —— his "Bride of Messina," iii. 92, 97. —— his "William Tell," iii. 92, 97. —— his study of Kant, iii. 94. —— his "Don Carlos," iii. 95. Schimmelmann, iii. 88. Schism in the Brahma-Samj, iv. 200, 209. Schlegel, iv. 393. —— Frederic, his interest in Indian subjects, iii. 300. —— his knowledge of Sanskrit, iv. 15. Schleicher, iv. 521. —— his Slavonic studies, iv. 17. —— his Essay, "Darwinism tested by the Science of Language," iv. 480. —— Whitney on, iv. 516. Schleiermacher's "Discourses on Religion," iii. 398. —— "Dogmatics," iii. 398. Schleswig, iii. 436. Schleswig-Holstein, its language and poetry, iii. 116. —— question, the, iii. 380, 401. Schlettstadt, schools at, iii. 64. Schlzer, von, his sketch of Chasot, iii. 200. Schlter, Dr. C. B., iv. 330 note. Schnitter, Agricola, iii. 29. Scholars, two classes of, iv. 395. Schools, in Germany, first, iii. 22. Schopenhauer, iv. 446. Schott, Peter, iii. 64. Schubart, iii. 84. Schubert, Franz, iii. 102. Schupp, iii. 38. Schtz, iii. 433. Schwabe, Madame, iii. 458. Schwarz the missionary, and Hyder Ali, iv. 285. Schwarzerd, Melancthon, iii. 29. "Schyppe of Fooles," iii. 62. Science, the term, iv. 482. —— of Language, a natural or historical science, iv. 222. —— —— Benfey's History of the, iv. 325. —— —— a physical science, iv. 429, 475. —— —— an historical science, iv. 429. —— —— all is chaos in, iv. 522. —— of Man, iv. 322. Scott, Sir Walter, iii. 362. Scrir-u-ms, we cry, iv. 219. Scythian monuments in the Dekhan, iii. 269. Sebastian Brant, iii. 64, 67. —— his "Ship of Fools," iii. 24, 29. —— at Strassburg, iii. 67. —— his "Narrenschiff," iii. 68. Second period of Aryan language, derivative roots, iv. 124. Secretary of State for India in Council, iv. 350. See, to, root D{RI}{S}, Aryan words for, iv. 415. [[Index Dris, Colebrooke DRĬS]] Self-defense in, iv. 456. Semitic and Iranian forms, compared with Egyptian forms, iii. 411. —— roots, investigations on, iii. 427. —— family, iv. 70, 71. —— religions, true historical, iv. 239. Semnones, iii. 224. Sendebar, or Bidpay, iv. 158. Sereur for soeur, iii. 166. Sergius, a Christian, at Khalif Al-mansur's court, iv. 167. Serpent, Aryan words for, iv. 410. Services of scholars in India, iv. 355. Seven, Aryan words, for, iv. 412. "Seven Wise Masters," the, iii. 18; iv. 166. Seven stages of the undivided Aryan language, iv. 118. Seventh period of the Aryan language, iv. 135. Shakespeare, iii. 214. —— compared with Bacon, iii. 225. Shamefast, iii. 289. Shamefast, shamefaced, iv. 90. Shepherds of the Pegnitz, iii. 38. Shin dialects, iv. 349. Ship or Boat, Aryan words for, iv. 407. "Ship of Fools," the, iii. 24, 29, 67, 70, 72. Ship, in ladyship, iv. 75. Shradh, ancestral sacrifices, iv. 270. "Signs of the Times," Bunsen's, iii. 382, 459. Sikh religion, iv. 257. Sikhs, iv. 370. Silbury Hill, iii. 285. Silesian School, First, iii. 33. Silesian School, Second, iii. 38. —— —— defeated, iii. 39. Simple roots, first period of Aryan language, iv. 124. "Simplicissimus, the," iii. 38. Sin, Aryan words for, iv. 412. Sincrement, sincerely, iv. 111. Singhalese, corruption of Sanskrit, iv. 342. Sister, Aryan words for, iv. 402. Sit, to, root SAD, Aryan words for, iv. 414. {S}iva, worship of, iv. 309. Six, Aryan words for, iv. 412. Sixth period of the Aryan language, iv. 135. Skeleton of logical statement, iv. 434. Skulls, iii. 252. —— Negro, iii. 252. —— Bachmann on, iii. 252. —— Huschke on, iii. 252. —— Huxley on, iii. 253. —— Hindu, iii. 253. Sky, Heaven, Aryan words for, iv. 404. Slavonic, studied by Miklosich and Schleicher, iv. 7. —— is most closely united with German (Grimm, Schleicher), iv. 215. Sleep, Aryan words for, iv. 411. Small boat, Aryan words for, iv. 407. Snake charmers of India, iv. 370. Socit de Linguistique, iv. 67. Socin, Dr. Albert, iv. 185. Sokrates and sop's fables, iv. 139. Sommervogel, his Index to the "Journal de Trvoux," iii. 195. Son, Aryan words for, iv. 401. "Song of the Bell," the, Schiller's, iii. 92. Son-in-law, Aryan words for, iv. 403. Son's son, Aryan words for, iv. 402. Soror, huir, hoer, iii. 263. ster, vocative, iv. 232. Sound, Aryan words for, iv. 411. Sound, broad degrees of, iv. 437. South Turanian class, iv. 105. Southern division of the Aryans, iv. 212. Spanish translation of fables, called "Calila Dymna," iv. 161. Species, a thing of human workmanship, iv. 438. —— Darwin's book an attempt to repeal the term, iv. 439. Specific differences, two classes of, iv. 441. Speech, geology and chemistry of, iv. 449. Spencer's "First Principles," iv. 341. Spencerian savages, iv. 341. Spener, iii. 38. Spinoza, his opinion of Bacon, iii. 218. Sprachwissenschaft, iv. 482. Sprenger, iii. 486. {S}rv-aymas, we make hear, iv. 219. {S}romata, from root {s}ru, iv. 219. St. Antony, iv. 293. Sts. Barlaam and Josaphat, iv. 177. —— their feast-days in the Eastern and Latin Churches, iv. 177. St. Boniface, [+] 755, iii. 4. St. Denis, monks of, as chroniclers, iii. 155. St. Francis of Assisi, iv. 293. St. John of Damascus, iv. 167. St. Josaphat is Buddha, iv. 180. St. Gall, monks of, iii. 19. St. Gall, [+] 638, iii. 4, 6. St. Kilian, [+] 681, iii. 4. St. Kiran, iii. 301. St. Louis, iii. 151. St. Michael, apparitions of, iii. 325. St. Michael's Mount, iii. 316. —— —— Mr. Pengelly on, iii. 316. —— —— Diodorus Siculus on, iii. 318. —— —— William of Worcester on, iii. 323-325. —— —— called Tumba, iii. 326. St. Patrick, his life by Jocelin, iii. 300. St. Paul, Festus, and Agrippa, iv. 277. —— at Virgil's tomb, iv. 284. St. Perran, iii. 299. St. Piran, iii. 301-304. St. Thomas, Christians of, iv. 184. Stanley's Sermon of Missions, iv. 276. Star, Aryan words for, iv. 403. Stein, Baron von, iii. 362. Steinschneider, iii. 413. Steinthal, iv. 431, 521, 522. —— his answer to Whitney, iv. 505. Stephen, Sir James, iii. 173. "Stephanites and Ichnelates," iv. 156. —— —— Italian translation of, iv. 157. —— —— Latin translation of, iv. 157. Sterling, its meaning, iii. 117. Stevenson, iv. 336. Sth, to reveal by gestures, iv. 49. Stockmar, Baron, iii. 378, 401. Stokes, Whitley, iv. 345. —— —— his edition of "Mount Calvary," iii. 257 note. —— —— his edition of "The Creation," iii. 258 note. Stolberg, the Counts, iii. 127. stoma = Zend taman, iv. 237. Stonehenge, iii. 265. Storm gods, invocations of the, iv. 352. Stomarn, iii. 119. Strangford, Lord, iv. 2. Strassburg, Lecture at, iv. 199. Stratford-on-Avon, iii. 214. Stratification of Language, iv. 63. Strew, to, root ST{RI}, Aryan words for, iv. 415. [[Index Strĭ, Colebrooke STRĬ]] Stricker, Der, iii. 15. Stud-i-um, iv. 95. stugios, hateful, iv. 94. Stremburg's so-called Old-Friesian Dictionary, iii. 123 note. Sturmarii, the, iii. 119. Stush and stushe, iv. 51, 57. Suapte, iv. 236. Subdue, to, root DAM, Aryan words for, iv. 414. Subjunctive, lengthening of vowel in, iv. 114. Suchenwirt, poems of, iii. 17. Suffixes, Aryan, iv. 33. Suffixing languages, iv. 85. Suger, Abbot, iii. 159. sumbama and katgorma, iv. 31. "Summa Theologi" of Aquinas, iv. 287. Sun, the, as regulating festivals, iii. 284. —— Aryan words for, iv. 403. "Supplementary Digest," Colebrooke's, iv. 380, 384, 388. Surd and sonant, iv. 498. Surgeons and physicians in the French army, iii. 152. Svas{ri}, sister, iv. 110 note. Sweetard, iv. 89 note. Sweet-ard, sweet-heart, iv. 89. Sweetheart, from sweet-ard, iv. 89. Sweetheart, iii. 289. Sweeting, iv. 89 note. Symeon, son of Seth, his Greek translation of fables, iv. 156. Syncretistic period in Comparative Philology, iv. 17. Synod of Trier, 1231, iii. 20. Syriac translation of the fables, discovered by Benfey, iv. 181. System of declension in ancient French, iii. 167.

T, changed into Latin d, iv. 44. Table turning, iii. 420. Tacitus, iv. 333. Tad, final dental of, iv. 43. Tad-ya, iv. 44. Tad-vn, iv. 44. Tagore, Debendranth, iv. 259. Takht-i-bahai hills, the, iv. 349. Ta{l}a or Da{l}a, a host, iv. 74 note. Talaing of Pegu, and the Munda dialects, iv. 348. tala, tlnai, = talio, Grco-Italic, according to Mommsen, iv. 216. Talio, Grco-Italic, iv. 216. Talkig, talkative, iii. 131. Talleyrand, iv. 435. Tar, tra, tram, tras, trak, trap, iv. 123. Tara and tero, iv. 213. Tranth's Sanskrit Dictionary, iv. 335. Tasthushas, iv. 490. Tat, Sanskrit, iv. 43. Tathgata, iv. 268. Tauler, iii. 18, 419. Taylorian Professorship, iii. 436. Taylor's article on Hippolytus, iii. 418. Technical terms, introduction of new, iv. 348. Tedmarsgoi, the, iii. 119. Telemachus, the hermit, iv. 293. Ten, Aryan words for, iv. 413. ten, tenesi, iv. 94. Tenuis, the, iv. 495. Terminations of the future, iv. 93. —— of cases, were local adverbs, iv. 96. —— of the medium, iv. 126. Terminations, Aryan, iv. 412. tetlka and tetlamen, iv. 40. Teutonic languages, Jacob Grimm's study of, iv. 17. Thas, from tva-tvi, iv. 125. Thata, Gothic, iv. 43. themis, law, iv. 236. Theodoric, the Ostrogoth, iii. 412. Theodoric, the Visigoth, iii. 412. "Theologia Germanica," iii. 419. —— Pattison on, iii. 480. Theological bias, iv. 428. Theology, comparative, first attempt at, iv. 170. Theos, same as Deus, iv. 210, 227. —— from the (Plato and Schleicher), iv. 229. —— from dhava (Hoffmann), iv. 229. —— from dhi (Bhler), iv. 229. —— from thes (Herodotus, Goebel, and Curtius), iv. 229. —— from divya (Ascoli), iv. 229. thesei, not phusei, iv. 433. thestos, i.e. poluthestos, iv. 229. Theudas and Devadatta, iv. 176. Thibaut, Dr., iv. 330. Thin, Aryan words for, iv. 411. Thing, wealth, Aryan words for, iv. 407. Third period of the Aryan language, iv. 124. Thirlwall, iii. 362. Thirty Years' War, the, iii. 30. —— period since the, iii. 41. —— Schiller's history of, iii. 90. Tholuck, iii. 399. Thomas Becket, iii. 51. Thomas Aquinas, iii. 18. Thomasin von Zerclar, iii. 15. Thomasius, iii. 39. Thomson, Dr., and the "Theologia Germanica," iii. 420, 439. Thorismund, son of Theodoric, iii. 412. Thorwaldsen, iii. 362. Thrfa{n}h = trephes, iv. 236. Three, Aryan words for, iv. 412. Three men's songs, iii. 258. thugatr, in Persian dockter, iv. 323. thugatr, thugatera = duhit[], duhitram, iv. 232. thugatr = duhit, iv. 228. thura = dvr, iv. 228. Thuringian dialect, iii. 122. Thursday, Market, iii. 295. Tibetan and Chinese, iv. 105. —— tones in, iv. 106. Tieck, iii. 53. Timbre, iv. 449. Time reckoned by the Hindu astronomers in four ways, iv. 367. Tin, iii. 256. —— raised by Jews, iii. 311. Tippoo, defeat of, iv. 365. Tirhut, Colebrooke made collector of revenue at, iv. 365. tithenai, iv. 34. Tobaca, iii. 234. To-come, Low German adjective, iv. 38. Tokum Jahr, de, a to-come year, iv. 38. Tol-mn or dl-men, iii. 271. Tones in Tibetan, iv. 106. Tooth, Aryan words for, iv. 406. Torg, market, iii. 310. Torrentinus, iii. 64. Tournemine, iii. 196. Tower of London, iii. 234. Towle Sarasin, iii. 307. Town, Aryan words for, iv. 407. Traditional interpretation of the Veda, iv. 386. Trait de l'Origine des Romans, Huet, iv. 151. Transalbiani, the, iii. 119. Transliteration, system of, iii. 403. —— alphabet, iii. 427. Treaty of London, iii. 116. Tree, Aryan words for, iv. 408. -trephes = thrfa{n}h, iv. 236. Trevelyan, iii. 489. Trvoux, town of, iii. 195. Tri, tru, trup, trib, iv. 123. Triliteral roots, iii. 422. Trimberg, Hugo von, iii. 16. Trithemius, iii. 67, 68. Trithen, Mr., iii. 396. Trojan horse, the story of, iv. 149. Troubadours or Trouvres, iii. 9. Trouvres or Troubadours, iii. 9. Trou-ville, iii. 305. Trbner, iii. 482. Truhana, Dona, in the Conde Lucanor, iv. 165. Truthfulness, Niebuhr on, iv. 225. Tsi (Bohemian), for daughter, iv. 110. Tu, tave, tavai, toh, tum, iv. 55. Tum, infinitive, its meaning, iv. 47. Tumba Helen, iii. 328. —— for St. Michael's Mount, iii. 326. —— for tomb, iii. 337. Tumbridge, iii. 234. Turanian, iii. 443. —— languages, combinatory, iv. 79. Turci, a Baltic tribe, iii. 310. Turku, for Abo, iii. 310. Turpin, Archbishop, iii. 159. Turrumlan, the one-legged, iv. 341. Twenty-fourth generation of Jewish proselytes, iv. 242. Twinger's "Chronicle," iii. 17. Two, Aryan words for, iv. 412. Tyr, Dyaus, Zeus, Jupiter, Zio, iv. 210.

Uda{s}vit-van, iv. 44. Uh, iv. 27. h, Sanskrit root, iv. 28. Ulfilas, Bishop of the Goths, iii. 4. —— and Athanasius, iv. 261. —— his teaching, iv. 287. Umbrian grammar, iv. 340. Universal language, iv. 67. Universities of Germany, foundation of, iii. 21, 27. Universities founded, iii. 21-28. —— English, iv. 337. Unsuspected laws of nature, iv. 426. Up, iv. 474. Upanayana, spiritual apprenticing, iv. 270. Upanishads, the, iv. 315, 356. Ural-Altaic family, iv. 70. Uraon Koles, iv. 347. Usedom, iii. 401. Uxbridge, iii. 289. Uz, iii. 40.

Vati, Zend, willow, iv. 237. Vhyaprayatna, the, iv. 498. Vala for vana, iv. 74 note. Vl, Hindustani, iv. 90. Vale, ross, iii. 292. Van, a suffix, iv. 33. Vana or vala, iv. 74 note. Vandalism in Cornwall, iii. 283 note. Varez, Zend, rhez, iv. 237. Varga, iv. 74 note. Vasiv or vasavy, iv. 234. Vasu, general name of the bright gods, iv. 234. Vaurkjan, Gothic, to work, iv. 237. Vaya{h}, life, vigor, iv. 55. Vayodhai, infinitive, iv. 56. Vda, iv. 40. Veda, loss of MS. of the, iii. 401. —— traditional interpretation of the, iv. 386. Vedas, copied in 1845 for Debendra Nth Tagore, iv. 357. —— Colebrooke's essay on the, iv. 380. Vedic hymns and the Psalms contrasted, iv. 352. Veddah language, like Singhalese, mere corruption of Sanskrit, iv. 342. Veddahs have no language, iv. 342. Veddh, vydha, hunter, iv. 342. Velle = velse, iv. 51. Venn, iii. 439. Venum ire, iv. 132. Verbal agreement between Whitney and Max Mller, iv. 425. Verbs (rhmata), iv. 30. Vergilius, Polydorus, iii. 234. Verleumdung, calumny, iv. 218. "Vertellen," Klaus Groth's, iii. 146. Vestigia nulla retrorsum, iv. 147. Viande la, for victuals, iii. 170. Vibhv-ne, in order to conquer, iv. 34. Victuals, la viande, for, iii. 170. Vidms, iv. 40. Vidushas, iv. 491. Vidyut-vn, iv. 44. Vienne, Council of, 1311, iv. 11. Vikings, iii. 289. Vilmar's "History of German literature," iii. 414. Vineta, Wilhelm Mller, iii. 139. Vrgili, Valeri, iv. 231. Virgil's tomb at Pausilipo, iv. 284. —— St. Paul at, iv. 284. Vis, root, to settle down, iv. 112. Vi{s}a-s, oikos-, vcu-s, iv. 112. Vish{n}u, worship of, iv. 309. Vi{s}vmitra, iv. 303. Vitality of Brahmanism, iv. 296. Vitis, = Zend vati, iv. 237. Vivra{s}vsghosh{h}, iv. 498. Vladimir of Russia, iv. 288. Vocative of Zeus has the circumflex, iv. 210. —— of Dyas and Zeus, iv. 230. Vogel, Dr., iii. 418, 419. Voice, Aryan words for, iv. 407. Voltaire and the "Journal des Savants," iii. 193. —— on journals, iii. 198. —— called to Berlin, iii. 205. Vluspa, the, iii. 352. Voss, iii. 127. Vowels, why long or short, iv. 39. Voysey, Rev. C., iv. 304. Vulcanism, iv. 444.

Waddington, Miss, Bunsen's marriage to, iii. 357. Wailly, de, translation of Joinville, iii. 152. —— last edition of 1868, iii. 165 note. Waldmann, my dog, iv. 444. "Wallenstein," Schiller's, iii. 89, 92. Wallis, Professor of Arabic, iv. 12. Walther of Aquitaine, poem of, iii. 7. Walther von der Vogelweide, iii. 13-15. Ware, A. S., iii. 117. Warren Hastings, iv. 374. Water, Aryan words for, iv. 405. Weckherlin, iii. 37. Wedgwood's Dictionary, iv. 460. Weimar, Karl August, Duke of, iii. 85, 88. Weinhold's Grammars of High and Low German, iii. 122. Weiss, ich, I know, iv. 40. Wessel, iii. 67. Westfalai, tribe of, iii. 117. Westminster, iii. 234. —— Lecture, iv. 238. Westphalia, iii. 117. Whewell's "History of the Inductive Sciences," iv. 427, 479. —— Letter to Max Mller, iv. 427 note. Whiff away, iv. 509 note. Whiskey, iii. 289. Whitehall, iii. 234. Whitney, William Dwight: —— his attacks on various scholars, iv. 422, 429, 430-435, 464, 483, 490, 502, 504-508, 513, 515-520. —— his misrepresentations, iv. 424, 433-435, 445, 467, 469, 470, 476-479, 481, 487, 492, 494, 497, 509, 510, 514, 521, 522, 523, 524. —— his mistakes, iv. 430, 431, 467, 491, 498, 518, 519. Widow, Aryan words for, iv. 403. Widow-burning, iv. 303. Wieland, iii. 40, 82. Wiese's book on Schools, iii. 420. Wife's brother, Aryan words for, iv. 403. Wilhelm, "De Infinitivo," iv. 59. "Wilhelm Tell," Schiller's, iii. 92, 97. Wilkins, iv. 368, 398. —— Bishop, his philosophical language, iv. 65. William of Worcester, iii. 324. —— his "Itinerarium," iii. 324. Williams, Rowland, iii. 480, 484. Williram's language, iii. 8. Wilson, Professor, iv. 336, 393. Wimpheling, iii. 64, 67. Windsor, iii. 236. Winkworth, Miss, iii. 416. Wir wissen, we know, iv. 40. Wissenschaft, iv. 482. Withering contempt, iv. 509 note. Wolf, iii. 113. —— Aryan words for, iv. 410. Wolfram von Eschenbach, iii. 10, 13. —— his "Parcival" and "Holy Graal," iii. 54-56. Wolff's "Metaphysics," studied by Frederick the Great, iii. 203. —— opinion of Frederick on, iii. 204. Wolzogen, Frau von, iii. 85. Woodstock, iii. 236. Wool, Aryan words for, iv. 409. Words, Latin or English, in Cornish, iii. 256. World-literature, iii. 2. —— idea of a, iii. 43. Writing merely accidental, iv. 71.

Xenophon, iv. 23. Xerxes, religion of, iv. 249.

Yama, iii. 483. Yo{n}h, Zend, girdle, iv. 236. Yre, Zend, Goth. jer, iv. 236. Yasa son of Sujat, iv. 267, 268. Year, Zend, yre, iv. 236. Yellow (gilvus, flavus), iv. 100. Youdasf, Youasaf, and Bodhisattva, iv. 176. Young, Aryan words for, iv. 411. Yu, yudh, yug, yaut, iv. 123. Yudh, to fight, iv. 120.

Zardan, friend of Barlaam, iv. 175. Zarncke, his edition of the "Narrenschiff," iii. 71. Zeitwort, iv. 31. Zend and Sanskrit, close union of, iv. 213. —— not in Sanskrit, Aryan words in, iv. 235. —— Pairidaza, iv. 22. Zeune, iii. 113. Zeus = Dyaus, iv. 227. Zeus, Jupiter, Dyaus, Zio, Tyr, iv. 210. —— vocative of, has the circumflex, iv. 210. Zeuss, his "Grammatica Celtica," iv. 17. Zio, Dyaus, Zeus, Jupiter, Tyr, iv. 210. Zion, Mrh Zion, iii. 293. znnumi, Zend, yonh, iv. 236. Zoroaster, when he lived, iii. 462. —— religion of, iv. 249. Zoroastrians, their wish to augment their sect, iv. 305. Zukunft, the future, iv. 37. Zulu language, 20,000 words in, iv. 122. Zwingli's Sermons, iii. 62. Zyo, Zend, frost, iv. 235.

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Transliteration:

In the book as printed, transliterations of Zend (Avestan), Sanskrit and other Indian languages used italics to convey phonetic information. For the UTF-8 version of the text, this was changed to the standard transliteration; for this Latin-version, most forms have been retained. Where a word contains two consecutive italic letter of this kind, each one is separately marked.

{t}, {d}, {n}, {l} [retroflex consonants, now transliterated with under-dots] [{l} is used only in some Dravidian words; vocalic {l} does not occur] {m}, {h} [anusvara and visarga, now transliterated with under-dots] {s} [palatal sibilant, now transliterated as s with "acute" accent] {ri} [vocalic r, now transliterated as r with under-dot]

In addition, Mller used {k} and {g} to represent the consonants c ("ch")and j. Since no diacritics are involved, the forms c and j have been used. Note that Mller uses c and j in some quoted material and personal names, but italic k, g (or de-italicized k, g within italic words) in his own text.

The retroflex sibilant now written as s with under-dot was transliterated sh; this was unchanged.

Some typographical errors have been noted, but the Sanskrit— especially longer passages— should be read with extrame caution.

The Colebrooke appendix at the end of Chapter VII uses a different transliteration system. This has generally been left as printed; details are at the beginning of that section.

Note on Names:

"Mr. Darwin" is generally Charles's son George; Charles Darwin is "the father" or "Mr. Darwin, senior". Dwarka Nath Tagore was Rabindranath (both transliterations are variable) Tagore's grandfather. The evil Professor Whitney is William Dwight Whitney, author of the standard Sanskrit grammar (1879 and later).

Errors and Inconsistencies (noted by transcriber):

Unless otherwise noted, circumflex was used for long vowels; this has not been changed.

Chapter I

in every branch of human knowledge [knowlege] the Sanskrit enclitic particle ca, Latin que [printed "{ga}" for "{g}a"] phoboumai dielenchein se [extra accent on phoboumai] in {s}varo vilikha{h} [vilik{h}a{h}] we have not met with other cases of d{ri}{s}i-s. [d{ri}si-s] Of datives in vne I only know dⱥvne [printed as shown, with macron] From dh we can frame two substantival frame [text unchanged: error for "forms"?] ancient and modern languages. Some scholars have objected ["languages. in Some" with extra word at line-beginning] of most Tamil infinitives is in any manner [in, any manner] Footnote 4: ... quibus religio erat graece scire [unchanged] Footnote 20: ... oute prospa epidechetai [porspa] Footnote 30: ... Yadv gacchati yajeshu [printed "yageshu" for "ya{g}eshu"] ... vgrpatvd gnvyapade{s}a{h}." [close quote missing] ... In V. 43, 13, we must either read găⱥ{h} or øshădh[)-i]{h}. [The beginning of V.43.13c is also given as "ghnⱥ vasⱥna oshadhɨr"] [Printed text (breve over n, combined breve and macron over i) may be intended to read "gnă{h}" or "găn{h}" and "oshadhĭ{h}"]

Chapter II

Sanskrit k may in Sinhalese be represented by v [{k} italicized, but actual k (not c) appears to be intended] in Sanskrit yu-mi-na-j, instead of yu-na-j-mi [printed yu-mi-na-g for yu-mi-na-{g}] Kin means gold, tsiang, maker; hence kin-tsiang, agoldsmith. [kin-stiang] iyam, is, it, ima, ita, iyus. [iyam, is, it ima, ita, iyus] We have for instance, Sk. ve{s}a-s, [final comma missing] it has been said, that "the simple idea ['the] the actual forms of the Aryan roots [Ayran] consonants as modificatory letters. [letters?] compounds like calefacio [cafleacio] Footnote 5: Stanislas Julien [Stanilas] Footnote 27: ... les mandchous crivent tche. [tche,]

Chapter III

[Table] compos par le sage Pilpay, Indien" [close quote missing] [Table] Les Contes et Fables Indiennes de Bibpa [text unchanged] but resolves to give up all his earthly riches ["give up / up" at line break] 'are creatures ... with pleasure?' [double for single quotes] both in the Eastern and in the Western churches [chuches] the recognized story of Gautama {S}kyamuni [S{}kyamuni] GTTINGEN, July 6, 1871. [GOTTINGEN] it is very difficult to get sight of anything [invisible hyphen at line break "any-/thing"] [Note F] miel e otras cosas ... E l deciendo esto [text unchanged: probably errors for " otras" and " l"] [Note G] (bone vir, tibi dicam) [tihi dicam] page 32, parsI. fab. xxv. [fab. xxv.) with mismatched parenthesis] Footnote 11: ... he sees afemale donkey [he see] Footnote 37: ... " [close quote missing] Footnote 39: ... See Leo Allatius, Prolegomena, p. L. [p L.] Footnote 41: ... tou Damaskou ophthalmos [ophth almos] Footnote 47: ... the true doctrine. [close quote missing]

Chapter IV

the circumflexed vocative in Sanskrit, Dyas [printed with a Greek-style circumflex that looks like a tilde] Footnote 9: ... Gttingen, 1872, p.35. [Gtingen] corresponding to a Sk. vasav or vasavy. [vasavy,] phonetically the nearest approach to m{ri}lata [m{ri}{l}ata] Zend çtaman, mouth; Gr. stoma. [Gr stoma] Footnote 5: ... tala [taga]

Chapter V

ask the heathen; 'Are you Moslim?' [double for single close quote] an integral portion of the Brahmanic law. [law,] back to idolworship [printed as shown] discard "dogmatic extremes," [single for double open quote] are referred for sanction." [single for double close quote] Footnote 2: ... pp. 122-143. [final . missing] Footnote 9: "Islm is the verbal noun [open quote missing] Footnote 21 ... they coperate heartily together. [together,]

Chapter VI ("VII")

to clear, and intensify the intellectual atmosphere [itensify]

Chapter VII ("VIII")

what castes of Hindus are altogether forbid cultivating [text unchanged: "altogether forbid" or "are altogether forbidden (to cultivate)"] obscure allegory and puerile fable." [close quote missing] we find Colebrooke on January 3, 1797 [Jannary] caste was not artificial or conventional [artifical] had gained an ascendency over the people [spelling unchanged] their own appointed occupations. [final . missing] Sanskrit, Bengali, Hindustani, and Persian. [Persian,] the traditional interpretation of the Veda [intrepretation] [Colebrooke Appendix] Hind. Mai. Ir. Me. Wal. Corn. Mi. [Ir] Sans. Carcata. Beng. Cnc[r], Cnc[r]. Hind. Cncr, Ccr. [Bengali forms printed as shown (r with "acute" accent).]

Chapter VIII ("IX")

to find time to look [io look] in Theile fr das Bewusstein auflsete." [close quote missing]

Chapter IX ("X")

petomai, I fly [petoma] But what was my surprise when I found [surpise] the relation of language to thought is impossible [imposible] as he does others who differ from him [as be] the contempt which a Brahman feels for a Mleccha. [Mle{kkh}a] the following passage (ii.p.156):— [closing parenthesis missing] secondary qualities of tenues medi ["quali-/ities" at line break] as if unworthy of serious consideration." [close quote missing] consciousness of rectitude." [. invisible] volunteering in addition that of another scholar." [close quote missing] M. Renan and myself [M Renan] seems minded to indemnify himself [himslef]

Index

Missing or incorrect punctuation in the Index has been silently supplied.

Bidpai, mentioned by Ali, iv. 153; see Pilpay. [Bilpay] Black, in the Schleswig-Holstein dialect, iii. 130 [Hollstein] Cornish ... Saxon words in, iii. 262. ["i" in "in" invisible] Curtius ... Pott on, iv. 518. [536] Daughter-in-law, Aryan words for, iv. 403. [Ayran] Deig-an, to knead, iv. 22. [{D}eig-an] Die, to, root M{RI}, Aryan word for, iv. 415. [Aryans] Facso, iv. 94 note. [Fasco but alphabetized as "Facso"] Frederick ... IV., iii. 359. [iii. missing] Future, terminations of, iv. 93. [iv. missing] —— so-called Attic, iv. 94 note. [iv. missing] Ga{n}a, plural suffix, iv. 74 note. [iv. missing] Ga{n}e{s}a, god of success, iv. 251, 309. ["Ga{n}esa" for "Ga{n}e{s}a"] Jti, plural suffix, iv. 74 note. [iv. 73] Jvse, in order to live, iv. 36. ["Gvse" for "{G}vse"] Husband's brother, Aryan words for, iv. 403. [words, for] Ka{n}va-medhatithi or Ka{n}va-mesha and Ganymedes, iv. 21. [first "i" in "medhatithi" invisible] Locatives, old, iv. 208. [iv. missing] Nakshatras ... derived from China or Chaldea, iv. 508. [iv. missing] Pleu, vocative, iv. 233. [ invisible] Ranchi, Missionaries at, iv. 347. [iv. missing] "Sakuntala," Klidsa's play of, iv. 323. [text unchanged: error for "{S}akuntal"] Sanskrit ... Grammar by Colebrooke, iv. 381. [Colebroooke] See, to, root D{ri}{s}, Aryan words for, iv. 415. ["Dris" for "D{ri}{s}"] Self-defense in, iv. 456. [iv. missing] Svas{ri}, sister, iv. 110 note. ["Sva{rsi}" for "Svas{ri}"] thugatr, thugatera = duhit, duhitram, iv. 232. [u in thugatr invisible] —— tones in, iv. 106. [iv. missing] Vibhv-ne, in order to conquer, iv. 34. [Vibhv-{}ne]

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