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Vedic Concordance




General Plan of the Concordance


The Concordance is part of a larger scheme. The plan of this work dates back to the year 1892, when two separate announcements of it were published - the one in the Proceedings of the American Oriental Society (for April, 1892, Journal, volume xv, page clxxiii), and the other in the Johns Hopkins University Circulars (for June, 1892, volume xi, number 99). At that time, as the reader of either of these announcements will see, I sketched the plan of a three-fold apparatus designed to facilitate and deepen the study of the Vedas: one part of it was a universal word-index to the Vedas; another was an index of subjects and ideas; and the third, which I promised to undertake myself, was a Vedic Concordance. As commonly happens in such cases, the fulfilment of the last-named part of the plan cost much more time and labor than was expected. With correspondingly greater satisfaction I now present the result to those of the Hindu people who look upon the Vedas as their sacred books, and to all scholars in this field of Indian antiquities. That result is, an alphabetic index to every line (or pada) of every stanza (or rc) of the published Vedic literature and to every liturgical formula thereof (yajus, praisa, and so on), that is, an Index to the Vedic Mantras.

Conditions of the problem which the Concordance involves. The Vedic mantras represent parts of a mass of traditional material which was more extensive even than that which has come down to us, - material current in the various schools of Vedic learning, preserved from generation to generation by memory, and handed down from teacher to pupil by, word of mouth. I have, for my part, little doubt that this oral tradition was supported at a comparatively early time - when we cannot say - by written tradition (see AV. xix. 72). As a natural consequence of the fallibility of both oral and written tradition, what was originally and essentially one and the same stanza or formula was handed down in the texts of the various schools in more or less varying forms. The variants are often of the same general character as those which appear in the various forms of ballads, or in recensions of church hymns: there are simple differences in the order of the words; differences due to the substitution of a more familiar, handy, or modern word or grammatical form for an archaic, inconvenient, or obsolescent one of equivalent meaning or function. To this must be added the very important point that there are also many cases in which a given mantra passage, composed under certain definite circumstances, was later on adapted and changed to serve a new purpose.

Furthermore, Vedic literary production is often in a high degree imitative and mechanical. The poets or priests, more or less consciously, fell into habits of expression such that entire lines of different stanzas or hymns, and considerable sequences of words of different prose passages, show much similarity. This ranges from complete identity to a likeness which is sometimes so vague or fleeting as hardly to be recognizable, save to the practised eye of the expert Vedic student.


Primary Uses of the Concordance


1. It is a comprehensive index of all mantras. Thanks to the editors of a considerable number of Vedic texts, we have, for each of the various Samhitas, and for some Brahmanas, Sutras, etc., an index of first lines of each stanza. These indexes are of course scattered over divers volumes; and they do not take cognizance of lines other than the first. Moreover, these indexes do not as a rule register such prose-formulas as the texts may happen to contain: they simply register the pratikas of the metrical stanzas. The advantage of having, as in the present work, one comprehensive index, which shall include every line of every stanza, as well as every prose formula, in one single alphabetic arrangement and in one single volume, will, I am certain, be prized by every student of the Veda.

2. It registers the variants of mantras not wholly identical. Mantras which occur only a single time, or appear in a wholly identical form in two or more texts, require no comment after they have been properly arranged in an alphabetical index. Again, mantras which are not wholly identical, but are alike in their beginnings, will also fall into the same or nearly the same place in a direct alphabetic arrangement. It is obvious that the places of occurrence of a given mantra of this kind may be advantageously grouped together, with a statement of the various readings of the different texts. The method used for this purpose is explained below. Once more, if the forms of the mantra in question differ at the beginning, then - obviously again - they will occupy places in the alphabetic arrangement more or less widely apart, and it will be necessary to connect them by some system of cross-references. This also is explained below. To sum up, the Concordance affords, primarily, an easy and ready means of ascertaining the following things: First, where a given mantra occurs, if it occur but once; second, whether it occurs elsewhere, either with or without variants, and in what places; and third, if it occur with variants, what those variants are.


Secondary Uses of the Concordance


1. It is a key to the liturgical employment of the mantras. The above-mentioned uses are plainly the direct or primary ones for which a work like this is expected to serve. The nature of the subsidiary Vedic literature (Brahmanas, Sutras, etc.), however, and its intimate relation to the fundamental texts, are such that the Concordance may also be readily put to certain indirect or secondary uses, which are scarcely less important for the systematic progress of Vedic study. First, since the Concordance gives not only the places of actual occurrence of a given mantra in the Samhitas, but also the places where it is cited in the subsidiary works on ritual and household custom and the like, it furnishes the key to the liturgical or ritual employment of every mantra as prescribed by the ceremonial books. I hope that the Concordance will prove to be a most effective means of advancing our knowledge of the hymns and the ceremonies in their relations to one another. The hymn or prayer, and the ceremony that accompanied it, often serve mutually each as a commentary on the other. The subtle blend of song and rite makes a full knowledge of both necessary for the understanding of either.

2. It is virtually a finding-index of rites and practices. As a corollary to the use just mentioned, I may add that, since a given prayer is liable to be rubricated in similar or identical rites and practices described in the large mass of Hindu ritual texts, the Concordance will incidentally serve, to no inconsiderable extent, as a helpful finding-index of similar or identical rites and practices.

3. It is a tool for future editors of Vedic texts. The future editor of a Vedic text will find in a complete assemblage of all the mantras an auxiliary of the very first importance. In the work of constituting a Vedic text, the mantras are the most intractable part of the material concerned, because they are written in a dialect which - differing, as it does, considerably from the later forms of Sanskrit - was imperfectly understood by the scribes. Since much of the material of this kind with which the future editor will have to deal is quite certain, as experience shows, to be contained in the literature previously published, it is obvious that the Concordance will greatly facilitate the establishment of the new texts and the revision of some that have already been edited. Moreover, since, as has been already said, parallel prayers are to a large extent imbedded in parallel ceremonies, the Concordance will not be without value in establishing the text of the liturgical books themselves.

4. It is a repertory of the most archaic Hindu prose. The Concordance presents, for the first time and in a form ready and convenient for systematic study, the prose mantras as distinguished from the metrical mantras of the Vedic hymns on the one hand, and from the rest of the early prose on the other. It seems to me that these prose formulas are in a dialect or in a style that differs not a little from the narrative or descriptive prose of the Brahmanas and Sutras. The formulas abound, at any rate, in poetic or other archaisms that deserve to be collected and treated by themselves. There is also good reason to believe that the prose of the formulas is the oldest Hindu prose and so the oldest Indo-European prose. The study here suggested seems to me likely to prove to be a not unfruitful one.

5. Miscellaneous uses. It can hardly be doubted that the Concordance will be of service in the work of determining the relations of the different Vedic schools or sakhas to one another. I am not sure but that the present time is just as opportune for this interesting and fundamental research as any that is likely to present itself within the next fifty years or so. And there are various other interesting questions that will suggest themselves to different scholars, according to their bent of mind and habits of investigation, for the solution of which the Concordance can not fail to be a useful tool. For example, it may be noted that this Concordance assembles an enormous number of passages beginning with the prohibitive adverb m?a, and that even a cursory examination of them reveals the interesting fact that only a very few contain verb-forms other than injunctives or augmentless preterits. Or, again, the extreme frequency of mantras beginning with the name of a divinity has as its consequence that mantras concerning a certain deity are here, to a very large extent, grouped together. For instance, the mantras beginning with the name of Agni fill twenty-eight pages, and those beginning with the name of Indra fill twenty-three. Consequently, in this book will very often be found, most conveniently assembled, much of the material for the study of questions relating to Vedic mythology. Nor must I omit to say that the initial words of the mantras form by themselves a very considerable part of a word-index to the mantras.


Scope of the Concordance


1. Certain published texts not included. Although the title claims that the entire published Vedic literature is incorporated in this Concordance, yet the claim is made with certain reservations. The Paippalada-Sakha or Kashmirian text of the Atharva-Veda, to begin with, is in a sense published, being accessible to scholars in the chromophotographic reproduction edited by Professor GARBE and myself; but it is too corrupt to be incorporated here and compared with the rest of the material, and the birch-bark original still remains unfortunately the only one known to us for this text. We may hope that the Concordance will prove of great service in restoring this text so far as is feasible under these singularly distressing circumstances. Again, the edition of the Drahyayana-Srauta-Sutra, promised, and in part, I believe, issued, by Dr. J. N. REUTER of Helsingfors, I have not as yet received. So, too, the Santi-Kalpa, edited by Professor G. M. BOLLING, in the Transactions of the American Philological Association, volume xxxv, appeared too late. I believe I have read all the later Upanisads and Smrti or Dharma texts which seemed likely to be of interest in this connection; but I have not thought it necessary to continue, among all kinds of late paralipomena or parisistas, a pedantic search which might be indefinitely prolonged without commensurate results. Anything that may come to light within the next twenty years or so may well await the day when the accumulation of new texts or of new editions of old ones shall render a supplement to the Concordance a profitable undertaking. Once more, the claim of the title-page calls for a word of explanation as to certain doubtful elements of late or less important published texts. What I have endeavoured to embody in the Concordance with absolute completeness is the following: all the stanzas and all the prose passages of formulaic character contained in the Samhitas, Brahmanas, Aranyakas, older Upanisads, Srauta-Sutras, and Grhya-Sutras. On the other hand, in the case of the later Upanisads or of the metrical Dharma-Sastras and Smrtis, or of such a text as the Rig-Vidhana, I have adopted a selective method. It would clearly be inadvisable to include in this Concordance all the stanzas that occur in the works last mentioned. From them, accordingly, I have culled whatever appeared to have Vedic form or Vedic flavor. Unerring judgment in such choice no one will expect: I do not believe that I have erred on the side of including too little. It is perhaps more likely that I have included some things that might just as well or better have been left out.

2. Unpublished texts included. The Concordance, on the other hand, gives more than is promised by the title-page, in that it includes a very considerable amount of material not yet published. Of the four books of the Kathaka-Samhita only the first has so far been actually issued by the editor, Professor LEOPOLD VON SCHROEDER of the University of Vienna: it is to me a source of peculiar satisfaction that I am able to give in this Concordance the mantra material from this highly important text entire. I made a special journey to Vienna, in 1902, for the express purpose of copying the material from the three unpublished books, and the editor generously met my wishes by the loan of his manuscripts. From them, by the close and arduous labour of a month, I excerpted the needed parts, and embodied them later in the Concordance. To Professor VON SCHROEDER I owe an especial debt of gratitude. Again, by the kind cotperation of Professor FRIEDRICH KNAUER of the University of Kiew, I have been enabled to present the mantras of the entire Manava-Srauta-Sutra, an important text in eleven books of which only five as yet are published. Professor HANNS OERTEL, of Yale University, has enriched the Concordance by the not too numerous, and unfortunately very corrupt, mantras contained in the Jaiminiya- or Talavakara-Brahmana. Finally I should note that I have incorporated all the material from the so-called "dedications" of the ritual of the horse-sacrifice or asvamedha, and human sacrifice or purusamedha. Not all of these are mantras in the stricter sense of the word; but they have been included because they figure in the Samhitas and because they sometimes interchange with real mantras of the same or similar import.

General statement of the number and kind of works included. It appears that one hundred and nineteen texts in all have been drawn upon for contributions to the Concordance. A list of these, with an account of the text-editions used and with all needed bibliographical and other relevant notes, is given in the proper place below ("Bibliography of the works cited, with abbreviations of their titles", p. 15). The works so drawn upon are listed under the following ten classes: 1. Samhitas; 2. Brahmanas; 3. Aranyakas; 4. Upanisads; 5. Srauta-Sutras; 6. Grhya-Sutras, Mantra-Pathas, and related texts; 7. Dharma-Sutras, Dharma-Sastras, and Smrtis; 8. Vidhana-texts; 9. Ancillary texts of the Veda; 10. Four miscellaneous texts. I have not thought it worth while to catalogue other texts which I have read, for the most part late Upanisads and Law Texts, but which yielded nothing that appertains to this work.

The Concordance rarely reports variants registered in the critical apparatus of a given edited text. The critical apparatus of Vedic texts contains in the main worthless readings, due to all kinds of defects of tradition*. To have incorporated these readings into the Concordance would have swelled its bulk inordinately, and have been a task upon the whole no less futile than difficult. On the other hand, it has in some rare cases seemed advisable to report from the critical apparatus of a given text a manuscript reading not adopted by the editor of that text, which manuscript reading is then distinguished as such by the added note "var. lect."; but this has not often been done. Hence the user of this Concordance may at times profit by looking into the critical apparatus of those texts which are cited by the Concordance as containing the various forms of the same pada or formula, especially when there is question as to the original form of such pada or formula, or as to the interrelation of the Vedic schools or sakhas.

* We may perhaps except parts of the AV. as edited by ROTH and WHITNEY, especially book xix. and the Kuntapa-hymns of book xx. Here the editors have practically rewritten the text at many points, and it might have been well to report the readings of the manuscripts rather than those of the edition; but those manuscript readings are easily accessible.

Orthographic details reported or neglected. Certain peculiarities in the orthography of the Maitrayani-Samhita have been reported for the most part, if not with absolute completeness. They are duly explained by Professor VON SCHROEDER in the Introduction to his edition, and they are included here because they involve differences of alphabetic arrangement. On the other hand, although the KS. and ApMB. write final s before the three initial sibilants, respectively, as s and s and s, I have not thought it advisable to burden the Concordance with the details of this variation which has no bearing upon the alphabetic arrangement, and is not carried out with strict consistency even by the manuscripts of those texts. I beg the reader to understand the general statement just now made as sufficing, for the sequel, to cover all such details.

Occasional suggestions of emendation. The Vedic texts often invite to independent emendation. In this matter I have been very abstemious, but I have not refrained entirely from making an occasional conjecture as to what seems to me to have been the correct form of some now unintelligible word or phrase. If any of my colleagues are disposed to look askant at such a thing in such a place, I trust that they will take my long and intimate acquaintance with the materials involved in such questions as in some measure justifying my procedure.


Future Work Complementary to the Concordance


The working-up of material of texts yet unedited. The heading of this section implies faith in the future of Vedic studies: I am confident that the Vedas will continue to be studied as long as there is interest in the history of human thought and human institutions. Because of the half-mythical nature of Vedic tradition, we do not know certainly how many different books were originally elaborated by the ancient Hindu poets and theologians of different schools and localities; but India is a very large country, and the seemingly fabulous statistics of the Carana-Vyuhas have proved to contain an estimable measure of truth. Still less certain may we be as to how many of those works are still extant, and as to how many of those which are extant may ultimately come to our hands in manuscript. Nevertheless a considerable number of Vedic texts - their names need not encumber these pages - are even now known to exist in manuscript; and although their publication may be deferred, it is in the end sure to come. It is plain that, all in due time, a supplement to the Concordance will become a necessity. For that supplement it will perhaps be worth while to wait until all, or nearly all, the remaining texts shall have seen the light of day. Meantime I take the liberty of calling the attention of future editors of these texts to the importance of giving with each text-edition an index of metrical lines and of prose formulas, after the manner of this Concordance, and with constant references to it. When I reflect upon the large number of texts elaborated in the present work, or consider, for example, that the forty thousand padas of the Rig-Veda will not have to be indexed again, I am glad to think that the final supplement, considerable though it may be, cannot possibly involve anything like the labor of the foundation-work.

The elaboration of a reverse concordance. With the present work serving as a basis, a reverse concordance, that is, one which arranges alphabetically the verse-lines and formulas by their endings rather than by their beginnings, should not prove too difficult an undertaking. I am sure that it will prove a valuable one. A very considerable number of Vedic verse-lines are nearly or wholly alike in their endings, such as ... parame vyoman (or vyomani), or ... sukrtam u lokam. This matter is discussed once more in another connection below ("Cases of partial correspondence: At the beginning; at the end; in the middle", p. 12). A reverse concordance would reveal these relations, and would again in its own way present many new uses. It may yet be my own fate to continue the work in this direction; but I claim no special right to the task, and any competent scholar is welcome to undertake it. In that case, however, I hope that he will first communicate with me, in order that we may not uselessly duplicate the same labor.


Acknowledgment of Obligations


To the University Press of Oxford. The external appearance of this work is such that any specific comment upon the technical skill, the good taste, and the patient fidelity of Mr. HORACE HART, M.A., Controller of the Press, is quite uncalled for. I am certain that I owe much also to the valuable help of the Oriental Reader at the Press, Mr. J. C. PEMBREY, Hon. M. A, of Oxford, especially for his watchful care of details concerning the alphabetic order of the index. The services of both these gentlemen I gratefully acknowledge.

To Pupils and Colleagues. A good many years have gone by since the first preliminaries of the work on the Concordance were begun. It is pleasant to think that in those early days I was aided by the members of a modest institution within the Johns Hopkins University, the so-called Vedic Seminary. The work of reading the several Vedic texts for the purpose of marking off properly the padas and formulas I did of course myself; but, this important preliminary done, I would often turn over to one or another of these my pupils a text or part of a text in order that they might transcribe the mantras upon slips. Portions of the first draft of a rough manuscript were also prepared by some of them from the slips after their partial arrangement. Not a little help was derived from their willing hands in these ways, and I desire here to recall the unselfish and enthusiastic spirit in which each gave what he could spare of time and labor. I hope that even those of them who aided least have not remained unremembered. The names of these scholars are as follows:

Dr. F. R. BLAKE, Instructor in Oriental Languages in the Johns Hopkins University; Dr. G. M. BOLLING, Professor of Greek and Sanskrit in the Catholic University of America; M. BRANDOW, A. B., sometime Assistant Librarian in the Johns Hopkins University; Dr. H. L. EBELING, Professor of Greek in Hamilton College; Dr. C. J. GOODWIN, Professor of Greek in Lehigh University; Dr. J. E. HARRY, Professor of Greek in the University of Cincinnati; Dr. D. H. HOLMES, Instructor in the Classics, High School, Brooklyn; Dr. J. T. LEES, Professor of Greek in the University of Nebraska; Dr. H. W. MAGOUN, sometime Professor of Latin in Redfield College; Dr. J. L. MOORE, Professor of Latin in Vassar College; Dr. J. A. NESS, Instructor in Latin in Wittenberg College; Dr. R. B. Steele, Professor of Latin in Vanderbilt University; and, finally, the late Dr. A. W. STRATTON, who was, at the time of his deeply lamented death, Registrar of the University of the Punjab and Principal of the Oriental College at Lahore, India, and Professor of Sanskrit.

Professor ARTHUR A. MACDONELL, of the University of Oxford, kindly furnished me with a printer's proof of the index of Vedic pratikas since then published on pages 105-114 of the first part of his edition of the Brhad-Devata; and a similar kindness was done me by Professor MORITZ WINTERNITZ of the University of Prague, who made accessible to me the material of the Mantra-Patha of the Apastambins before it was published. The services of Professor HANNS OERTEL of Yale University, and of Professor FRIEDRICH KNAUER of the University of Kiew, and in particular of Professor LEOPOLD VON SCHROEDER of the University of Vienna I have already described above ("Unpublished texts included", p. 5) and acknowledge them gratefully.

The editor of this Series, Professor CHARLES R. LANMAN of Harvard University, teacher, colleague, and friend, almost from the day when I began my Sanskrit studies in 1877, has brought to bear his great editorial talents upon this Concordance in every possible way. He has also found time to read one proof of a number of sheets (1-10 and 49-50). I can only regret that I have not had the benefit of his trusty eye and his sound scholarship for the bulk of the work, to the exclusion of many a blemish.

It is a pleasure, finally, to remember my former pupil and friend, Mr. HENRY C. WARREN, of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Warren gained the respect of students of India by his scholarly volume, entitled Buddhism, a series of illustrative translations from the Sacred Books of the Buddhists (volume iii. of the Harvard Oriental Series). To his love of Oriental learning it is due that this Concordance and the other volumes of this Series are issued in a suitable and dignified form. At the close of this long labor, I record the kindly and substantial aid which he gave, while alive, to this undertaking; and I am glad to say that the enlightened provisions of his last will now further the studies that he loved in life.

          BALTIMORE, October, 1906.                             MAURICE BLOOMFIELD.



Introductory to the Use of the



General scope of these explanations. Since this Concordance has to do with no less than one hundred and nineteen different works, it is, in the first place, obvious that a complete list of those works should be given, in a systematic order and with proper bibliographical descriptions of the editions used, and that the bibliographic list should be followed by an alphabetic list of the abbreviations by which the several works are designated. This list of abbreviations is found in a separate file named "Abbreviations". In the second place, while it is probable that the several more or less arbitrary devices employed in reporting the variants will be readily understood by every Vedic scholar, it is nevertheless possible that uncertainty of one kind or another should arise in some mind; and I have accordingly thought it worth while to explain these devices systematically and in connection with a few illustrative examples.


General Remarks on the Character of the Variants


No hard and fast line between truly variant and vaguely similar passages. The similarities between related Vedic passages are of very varying degrees, and range from a likeness so close that one may be called a true variant of the other, to a likeness so slight or vague as hardly to be worth reporting. Nevertheless, if we take a few typical examples, the differences of character as between several of the many possible classes are palpable enough.

True variants. Uha-padas. Thus, if we take the two padas occurring in the Rig-Veda and the Atharva-Veda respectively,

          acitti yat tava dharma yuyopima,             and

          acittya cet tava dharma yuyopima,

it is plain that the latter is a true variant of the former. In this instance even the motive of the changes is plain: the Atharva-Veda transfuses the hieratic language of the Rig-Veda into its own more popular wording. Another well-defined, though not common, class of true variant passages includes the uha-padas, which consist of an otherwise identical phrase varied, for instance, by the substitution of the name of one deity for another. Such are

          mam agne bhaginam kuru,            and

          mam indra bhaginam kuru.

Variants in padas other than the first. It is important, next, to draw attention to the cases where the differences between two or more stanzas crop out in some other pada than the first. Since, for the Concordance, the unit of comparison is the pada and not the stanza, the Concordance reveals very many such cases which would of course never come to light in a mere index of pratikas. For example, stanza 3 of the RVKh.10.127 is in part parallel to ArS.3.7; but the first three padas of each stanza are so unlike those of the other that no index hitherto available could have brought to light the parallelism. Not until we come almost to the end do we find the correspondence. The fourth padas are

          visvasya jagato nisam, RVKh.,                 and

          visvasya jagato ratri, ArS.,

a parallelism which the alphabetic arrangement of the single padas in the Concordance makes apparent automatically. Similarly the stanza RV.1.141.13 shares its second and third padas with several Yajus texts (KS.7.12; ApS.5.9.10; MS., while in padas one and four it is wholly different in subject-matter and diction. The RV. stanza reads:

          astavy agnih simivadbhir arkaih

          samrajyaya prataram dadhanah,

          ami ca ye maghavano vayam ca

          miham na suro ati nis tatanyuh;

while the Yajus stanza reads:

          ut samudran madhuman urmir agat

          samrajyaya prataram dadhanah,

          ami ca ye maghavano vayam ca

          isam urjam madhumat sambharema.

Accordingly it is clearly worth while to consult the Concordance for every pada of a given stanza, if such parallelisms are not to escape notice.

Essential similarity with wide divergence of wording. Once more, it sometimes happens that the wording of one and the same stanza is so varied in the different texts that not one of the lines of the one text is quite like the corresponding line in the other. A striking illustration is afforded by AV.5.25.8 and SG.1.19. The text of AV. reads:

          adhi skanda virayasva

          garbham a dhehi yonyam,

          vrsasi vrsnyavan

          prajayai tva nayamasi;

while the text of SG. reads:

          abhi kranda vilayasva

          garbham a dhehi sadhaya,

          vrsanam vrsann a dhehi

          prajayai tva havamahe.

Of the fourteen words of the latter stanza, only five correspond in form and place with words of the prior stanza; and yet the two stanzas are beyond a doubt alike in their purpose and meaning, and they are in all probability two versions of an originally identical stanza. The like is true, for example, of SV.2.1059 and AV.6.36.2 (AS.8.9.7; SS.10.11.9). The SV. text reads:

          ya idam pratipaprathe

          yajnasya svar uttiran

          rtun utsrjate vasi;

while the AV. text reads:

          sa visva prati caklpe

          rtunr utsrjate vasi

          yajnasya vaya uttiran.

Cases of partial correspondence: At the beginning; at the end; in the middle. But so numerous are the cases of partial correspondence or minor parallelism between padas or passages, that no amount of mere attentive observation can be expected to disclose them all. Set phrases, groups of two or three words - what Bergaigne used to call formulas - are, as every Vedist knows, the commonplace of Vedic technique. These set phrases may of course be located at the beginning or in the middle or at the end of a pada or passage. Those at the beginning are revealed by this Concordance. Those at the end would be revealed by a reverse index (discussed above, "The elaboration of a reverse concordance", p. 7)*. For those located neither at the beginning nor at the end, nothing short of a complete verbal index of the Vedic mantras, in which every pair or longer group of words should be placed side by side, could exhaust this important and interesting information about the texture of the mantras.

* As an interesting case of parallelism under this rubric, we may cite satam te santv avrtah (AV.) and agne angirah satam te santv avrtah (VS.). No less a personage than Panini has made the acute observation (iii. 2. 66) that the stem havyavahana occurs only at the end of a pada.


Methods Used in Reporting the Variants


1. Variants for which the alphabetic order does not require more than one entry. These cases are so simple that little need be said about them. When, for example, a single word of a passage differs in two or more texts, the reading of that text is put first which stands first in the usual order of the texts, - RV., AV., SV., Yajus texts, Brahmanas, and so on, - and the variant reading or readings follow in parenthesis. Thus:

          yah praniti (AV. pranati) ya im srnoti uktam RV.10.125.4b; AV.4.30.4b.

Similarly, when variants occur at more than one place, they follow in parenthesis, each in its proper place, and with an indication of its source. Thus:

vasuni carur (SMB. carye; ApMB. caryo; HG. cayyo) vi bhajasi (SMB. bhrjasi; HG. bhaja sa) jivan AV.19.24.6d; SMB.1.1.6d; HG.1.4.3d; ApMB.2.2.8d.

This means that the four texts concerned, if written out in full, would read as follows:

          AV.: vasuni carur vi bhajasi jivan;

          SMB.: vasuni carye vi bhrjasi jivan;

          HG.: vasuni cayyo vi bhaja sa jivan;

          ApMB.: vasuni caryo vi bhajasi jivan.

So much for variants that concern single words. The case of a variant which concerns two or more successive words is as a rule no less simple: the device employed ought to leave no doubt as to the precise wording of the several texts. Here, again, the variant is placed within the parenthesis as before. Thus:

sa no mayobhuh pito avisasva (SG.PG. pitav avisasva; AS. pitav aviseha; MS. pitur avivesa; SMB. pitevavisasva) TS.; TB.; AS.2.9.10c; MS.; SG.3.8.3c; SMB.2.1.13c; PG.3.1.4c. See sa nah pito.

This item, if we include the cross-reference at the end, gives us the reading of a pada in nine different texts. The device requires no explanation. On the other hand, in cases where a doubt might arise as to the limits of the passage in the first text for which the words of the variant are a substitute in the second text, the variant is once more placed in parenthesis, but to it is prefixed the last of the words which are common to both texts or to all of them, and the whole is to be understood as the substitute in the second text for the common word and all that follows it in the first. Thus:

vivasva adityaisa te somapithas tena mandasva tena trpya (KS. somapithas tasmin mandasva) TS.; KS.4.10.

This means that the two texts read the mantra in the following two ways:

          TS.: vivasva adityaisa te somapithas tena mandasva tena trpya;

          KS.: vivasva adityaisa te somapithas tasmin mandasva.

I do not think that I have left the statement of these variants open to doubt in any case whatsoever: the reader who has not the text-editions at hand may safely rely upon the data of the Concordance, barring, of course, possible oversights and misprints*.

* As to certain habits of orthography peculiar to some texts and as to reports of readings from the critical apparatus of the editions, note what was said above ("The Concordance rarely reports..." and "Orthographic details...", p. 6).

2. Variants involving more than one alphabetic entry. In the RV. we have the pada mandadvirayendave. The SV. reading of this pada is vandadvirayendave. Since the two readings differ in the very first letter, the one falling under m and the other under v, it is clear that they cannot be adequately treated in the same way as those variants which fall alphabetically within one and the same article of the Concordance. For variants so separated, a system of cross-references has been used, introduced by the word See, or else by the word Compare; the latter is printed as Cf., the usual abbreviation of its Latin equivalent confer.

Use of cross-references introduced by 'See'. When a given pada of the above description occurs with a variant in two texts, and only two, it then suffices to enter it twice, and to add to each entry a cross-reference to the other. Thus for the two padas just cited, we have, under m, the entry,

          mandadvirayendave RV.8.69.1b. See vandad,

and again, under v, the second entry,

          vandadvirayendave SV.1.360b. See mandad.

Use of cross-references introduced by 'See under'. It often happens, however, that what is essentially one and the same item occurs in three, four, or more alphabetically separate places. It is clear that it would be useless to repeat all the needed cross-references in each one of the three or four or more related articles concerned. To avoid such repetitions, the phrase See under has been employed, and is used in all of the related articles except the first, in order to refer the reader to that first article, in which all the cross-references introduced by See are to be found grouped together. As an illustration, we may take a pada which appears in three different texts, and show how it has been treated in the Concordance. The three articles read as follows:

adanyan somapan manyamanah AV.2.35.3a. See ananyan etc., and ayajniyan yajniyan;

ananyan somapan manyamanah TS. See under adanyan;

ayajniyan yajniyan manyamanah MS.2.3.8a: 36.18. See under adanyan.

The mere printing of the articles here in juxtaposition and in their alphabetic sequence makes further explanation needless.

Use of cross-references introduced by 'Compare' ('Cf.'). I have already said above ("No hard and fast line...", p. 10) that the parallelisms of Vedic diction range from what may be called true variants to what are little more than vague similarities, and that no precise line can be drawn between the two kinds. It is nevertheless of use to discriminate in a general way between the two classes: and accordingly in this work cross-references introduced by the word See are used for the former, and cross-references introduced by the word Compare (Cf.) are used for the latter. By way of illustration, the following five articles may here be reprinted in juxtaposition and in their alphabetic sequence:

anadvan dadhara prthivim uta dyam AV.4.11.1, et al. Cf. indro dadhara, mitro dadhara, sa dadhara, and skambho dadhara.

indro dadhara prthivim utemam MS.4.14.7b: 225.3. Cf. under anadvan etc.

mitro dadhara prthivim uta dyam RV.3.59.1b et al. Cf. under anadvan etc.

sa dadhara prthivim dyam utemam (AV.4.2.7c, prthivim uta dyam; AV.11.5.1c, prthivim dyam ca; ApS. prthivim antariksam divam ca) RV.10.121.1c, et al. Cf. under anadvan etc.

skambho dadhara dyavaprthivi ubhe ime AV.10.7.35a. Cf. under anadvan etc.

Comment upon these articles is needless: but I ought perhaps to mention that the use of Cf. (as distinguished from See) does not necessarily imply that the similarities of the passages to be compared are very vague. In the examples just given, this is far from being the case. Yet they are not variants of what was originally one and the same pada. They are the product of the eager spirit of imitation which has taken hold of the Vedic authors even in the time of the earliest books of the Rig-Veda. I need hardly add that the kind of resemblance shown in the articles just reprinted is very common in the Veda, and that the Concordance does not pretend to have found out and noted all such cases.


Bibliography of the Works Cited,

With Abbreviations of Their Titles


Classified bibliography of the works cited in the Concordance. Of the Vedic works most commonly cited (such as the Rig-Veda or the Atharva-Veda), the editions are so well known to Vedic scholars that a formal bibliography of them alone would be quite needless: I should have been able to content myself with a reference to the editors, as, for instance, Aufrecht's edition of the Rig-Veda, and the like. But there are also cited many other works (such as the Daivata-Brahmana or the Sama-Mantra-Brahmana) which are relatively so little known or so rare or so difficult to obtain that bibliographical details concerning them are altogether indispensable. Since no line can advantageously be drawn between the well-known and the less-known, I have presented a short bibliographic description of each of the text-editions used for this work, to each of which is prefixed the abbreviation employed to indicate it in the body of this work. Since it would be inconvenient to find the meaning of a given abbreviation from this classified list, it is evidently advisable to repeat the abbreviations by themselves in a separate list duly alphabetized; this is found in the file named "Abbreviations". The different classes of texts are, as stated above ("General statement of the number and kind of works included", p. 5), the following ten:

1. Samhitas.

2. Brahmanas.

3. Aranyakas.

4. Upanisads.

5. Srauta-Sutras.

6. Grhya-Sutras, Mantra-Pathas, and related texts.

7. Dharma-Sutras, Dharma-Sastras, and Smrtis.

8. Vidhana-texts.

9. Ancillary texts of the Veda.

10. Four miscellaneous texts.


Class 1. Samhitas

RV. The Rig-Veda or Rik-Samhita. Die Hymnen des Rigveda. Herausgegeben von Theodor Aufrecht. Two volumes. Second edition. Bonn, 1877. This is an edition of the Rig-Veda in the recension or school (sakha) of the Sakalas. The unimportant differences, wholly traditional and uncertain, that seem to have existed between this recension and the other, that of the Vaskalas, are not incorporated in the Concordance. See H. Oldenberg, Die Hymnen des Rigveda, Band i., Metrische und textgeschichtliche Prolegomena, Berlin, 1888, pages 490 ff.

RVKh. The so-called khilas or khailikani suktani, appendices or apocryphal paralipomena, pertaining to the Rig-Veda. They are taken from Aufrecht's edition of the Rig-Veda, vol, ii., pages 672 ff. Some additional stanzas of this kind I have culled from F. Max Muller's second quarto edition of the Rig-Veda, London, 1892, vol. iv., pages 520 ff. The tradition of these stanzas is floating and uncertain, and calls for an independent systematic elaboration. See Oldenberg, l.c., pages 503 ff; and Macdonell, The Brhad-Devata, part ii., pages xxx ff.

AV. The Atharva-Veda-Samhita (School of the Saunakas). Herausgegeben von R. Roth und W. D. Whitney. Berlin, 1856. Even in those parts where the editors have altered the manuscript readings most freely, the Concordance cites (as already noted, above, "The Concordance rarely reports variants...", p. 6) the printed text; but occasional reference is made to the readings of the manuscripts and to those of the edition of Shankar Pandurang Pandit, Bombay, 1895-1898.

AVP. The Kashmirian Atharva-Veda (School of the Paippaladas), reproduced by chromophotography from the manuscript in the University Library at Tubingen, by Maurice Bloomfield and Richard Garbe. Baltimore, 1901. Only occasional reference is made to this important Samhita. It was not feasible to utilize for the Concordance the material of this text, since the manuscript is unique, and bristles with errors on every folio. The first book of AVP. has recently been edited by Dr. L. C. Barret in the Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. xxvi.

SV. Samavedarcikam. Die Hymnen des Sama-Veda. Herausgegeben von Theodor Benfey. Leipzig, 1848. In accordance with the usual custom, the stanzas of each of the two main divisions of the work are numbered continuously.

ArS. Aranya-Samhita (or Aranyaka-Samhita) of the Sama-Veda, with the commentary of Sayana Acarya, and a Bengali translation by Satya Brata Samasrami. Edited by Jivananda Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1873.

Mahanamnyah. A litany belonging to the Sama-Veda and frequently quoted in the ritual. See Sama-Veda-Samhita as edited by Satyavrata Samasrami in the Bibliotheca Indica, vol. ii., pages 366 ff. Calcutta, 1874 and following.

VS. TheVajasaneyi-Samhita in the Madhyamdina-Sakha. Edited by Dr. Albrecht Weber. Berlin and London, 1852.

VSK. The Vajasaneyi-Samhita in the Kanva-Sakha. The variants of this recension of the White Yajur-Veda are given by Weber at the end of each section in the edition described in the preceding article. These variants have been embodied in the Concordance. In cases where there is no separate report for VSK., it is to be understood that the Kanva-Sakha agrees with the Madhyamdina-Sakha.

TS. Die Taittiriya-Samhita. Herausgegeben von Albrecht Weber. Indische Studien, volumes xi. and xii. Leipzig, 1871-1872.

MS. Maitrayani-Samhita. Herausgegeben von Dr. Leopold von Schroeder. Four volumes. Leipzig, 1881-1886.

KS. Kathakam. Die Samhita der Katha-Sakha. Herausgegeben von Leopold von Schroeder. First volume. Leipzig, 1900. The remainder of this text is still unpublished.

As stated above ("Unpublished texts included", p. 5), I made a special journey to Vienna in the year 1902, for the purpose of excerpting from Dr. von Schroeder's manuscript copies the entire remaining material of this Samhita. Through the kindness of that scholar I was enabled to accomplish my purpose; but a certain amount of indulgence is asked for my statements relating to the Kathaka, taken as they are from unedited material. The comparison of my excerpts with parallel passages from other texts is also likely to be somewhat less complete and exact than usual.

KSA. Kathaka-Samhita, Asvamedha-Grantha. The Kathaka-Samhita professes to consist of five books. The first, already edited, is designated as ithimika; the second, as madhyamika; the third, as orimika. Under the circumstances detailed in the note immediately following, it has seemed best to devise an independent designation (KSA.) for this part of the work, the Asvamedha-Grantha.

At the end of book iii., the colophon reads as follows: ity ekottarasatasakhadhvaryuprabhedabhinne shrimadyajurvede kathake carakasakhayam orimikayam hiranyagarbham nama catvarinsam sthanakam sampurnam || bhadram astu sampurna ceyam orimika || shrigranthatraye madhyapathitas ca yajyanuvakyah sampurnah || asmin granthatrayabhyantare yajyanuvakya nama caturtho granthah. That is to say, the redactors of this Samhita seem to regard the yajyanuvakya-stanzas contained in the first three books as the fourth book of the Samhita, perhaps to match the yajyanuvakya collection at the end of the fourth book of the Maitrayani. At all events, there is no such book in the known manuscripts of the Kathaka. After the orimika follows directly the last book of the Kathaka, devoted to the asvamedha. Now this the redactors boldly advertise as the fifth book of the Kathaka. At the beginning stands the legend, athasvamedho nama pancamo granthah; at the end, ity ekottarasatadhvaryusakhaprabhedabhinne shrimadyajurvedakathake carakasakhayam asvamedho nama pancamo granthah sampurnah.


Class 2. Brahmanas

AB. Das Aitareya-Brahmana. Herausgegeben von Theodor Aufrecht. Bonn, 1879.

KB. Das Kausitaki-Brahmana (Sankhayana-Brahmana). Herausgegeben von B. Lindner. Jena, 1887.

GB. The Gopatha-Brahmana of the Atharva-Veda. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra and Haracandra Vidyabhusana in the Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1872.

PB. Pancavinsa-Brahmana, or Tandya-Maha-Brahmana. The edition is that of the Bibliotheca Indica, Calcutta, 1870-1874, issued under the title, Tandya-Mahabrahmana, edited by Anandacandra Vedantavagisa.

SB. Sadvinsa-Brahmana. The first prapathaka is cited from the edition by Kurt Klemm, Das Sadvinsa-Brahmana mit Proben aus Sayana's Kommentar. Doctor's dissertation of the University of Leipsic. Gutersloh, 1894. The remaining four prapathakas are cited from the publication of Pandit Jivananda Vidyasagara, entitled, Daivata-Brahmana and Sadvinsa-Brahmana of the Sama-Veda. Calcutta, 1881.

AdB. Adbhuta-Brahmana. This is the specific name of the fifth prapathaka of the Sadvinsa-Brahmana. Edited and translated by A. Weber in Zwei Vedische Texte uber Omina und Portenta. Transactions of the Royal Academy of Berlin for 1858. Berlin, 1859.

JB. The Jaiminiya- or Talavakara-Brahmana. The mantras of this Brahmana, in an exceedingly corrupt state, were made available for the Concordance through the kindness of Professor Hanns Oertel, who is now engaged in making an edition of this text.

SamhitopanisadB. The Samhitopanisad-Brahmana of the Sama-Veda. Edited by A. C. Burnell. Mangalore, 1877.

SB. The Satapatha-Brahmana in the Madhyamdina-Sakha. Edited by Dr. Albrecht Weber. Berlin and London, 1855.

SBK. The Satapatha-Brahmana in the Kanva-Sakha. Occasional readings of this recension were gathered from Professor Julius Eggeling's translation of this work in the Sacred Books of the East, volumes xii., xxvi., xli., xliii., and xliv. Oxford, 1882 and following.

TB. The Taittiriya-Brahmana of the Black Yajur-Veda. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Bibliotheca Indica. Three volumes. Calcutta, 1859 and following.

Four other texts of the Sama-Veda bear the name Brahmana, but with a propriety which is more than doubtful. They are listed below under the classes to which they more properly belong, and are as follows: the Jaiminiya- or Talavakara-Upanisad-Brahmana; the Sama-Mantra-Brahmana; the Sama-Vidhana-Brahmana; and the Daivata-Brahmana.


Class 3. Aranyakas

AA. The Aitareya-Aranyaka. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1876.

TA. The Taittiriya-Aranyaka. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1872.

TAA. The tenth book of the Taittiriya-Aranyaka, in the Andhra version. The variants of this version are printed on pages 913 ff of the edition mentioned in the preceding item. See Indische Studien, i. 76.


Class 4. Upanisads

AU. Aitareya-Upanisad. The three adhyayas of the Aitareya-Aranyaka, numbered ii. 4 and ii. 5 and ii. 6, figure as the Aitareya-Upanisad. Cited from the collection entitled, Taittiriya, Aitareya, and the Svetasvatara Upanisads. Edited by Dr. E. Rter. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1850.

KBU. Kausitaki-Brahmana-Upanisad. Edited by E. B. Cowell. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1861.

ChU. Chandogya-Upanisad. Kritisch herausgegeben und ubersetzt von Otto Bthtlingk. Leipzig, 1889.

JUB. The Jaiminiya- or Talavakara-Upanisad-Brahmana. Edited and translated by Hanns Oertel. Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. xvi., pages 79-260. New Haven, 1894. See, above, the note to Taittiriya-Brahmana (TB.).

BrhU. Brhad-Aranyaka-Upanisad in der Madhyamdina Recension. Herausgegeben und ubersetzt von O. Bthtlingk. St. Petersburg (and Leipzig), 1889.

BrhUK. The same text in the recension or sakha of the Kanvas. Represented by occasional variants gathered from the Brhad-Aranyaka-Upanisad as edited by Dr. E. Rter in the Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1849 and following.

IsaU. The Isa-Upanisad, identical with book xl. of the Vajasaneyi-Samhita. Cited from the collection entitled, Isa, Kena, Katha, Prasna, Munda, Mandukya Upanisads, edited by Dr. E. Rter. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1850.

TU. Taittiriya-Upanisad. The three books 7 and 8 and 9 of the Taittiriya-Aranyaka, designated respectively as Siksa-valli and Ananda-valli and Bhrgu-valli, are known as the Taittiriya-Upanisad. Cited from the edition of the Taittiriya-Aranyaka (TA.) listed above.

MahanU. The Mahanarayana-Upanisad of the Atharva-Veda. Edited by Colonel George A. Jacob. Bombay Sanskrit Series, number xxxv. Bombay, 1888. The text is nearly identical with that of the tenth book of the Taittiriya-Aranyaka.

KU. Katha-Upanisad. Cited from the same edition as the Isa-Upanisad (IsaU.), above.

SvetU. Svetasvatara-Upanisad. Cited from the same edition as the Aitareya-Upanisad (AU.), above.

MU. The Maitri or Maitrayaniya-Upanisad. Edited by E. B. Cowell. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta (and London), 1870.

MundU. The Mundaka or Munda-Upanisad. Cited from the same edition as the Isa-Upanisad (IsaU.), above.

PrasU. The Prasna-Upanisad. Cited from the same edition as the preceding.

NrpU. The Nrsinha-Purva-Tapani-Upanisad. Cited from the Nrsinha-Tapani of the Atharva-Veda as edited by Ramamaya Tarkaratna. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1871.

NruU. The Nrsinha-Uttara-Tapani-Upanisad. Cited from the text mentioned in the preceding item.

GopalU. Gopala-Tapani-Upanisad. Cited from the Gopala-Tapani of the Atharva-Veda as edited by Haracandra Vidyabhusana and Visvanatha Sastri. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1870.

Of the publication entitled Eleven Atharvana Upanisads with Dipikas, edited by Colonel George A. Jacob, Bombay, 1891, the following eight Upanisads have yielded more or less material for the Concordance:

KalagU. Kalagnirudra-Upanisad, pages 17 ff;

VasuU. Vasudeva-Upanisad, pages 25 ff;

AtmapraU. Atmaprabodha- or Atmabodha-Upanisad, pages 77 ff;

GarudaU. Garuda-Upanisad, pages 83 ff;

MahaU. Maha-Upanisad, pages 91 ff;

VaradapU. Varada-Purva-Tapani-Upanisad, pages 111 ff;

VaradauU. Varada-Uttara-Tapani-Upanisad, pages 137 ff;

SkandaU. Skanda-Upanisad, pages 161 ff.

The collection entitled Atharvanopanisadah, edited by Pandit Jivananda Vidyasagara (second edition, Calcutta, 1891), contains twenty-nine Atharvan Upanisads. Of those among them not previously accounted for, the following fourteen have yielded more or less material for the Concordance:

SirasU. Siras-Upanisad or Atharvasiras-Upanisad, pages 1 ff;

NadabinduU. Nadabindu-Upanisad, pages 41 ff;

TejU. Tejobindu-Upanisad, pages 84 ff;

YogatattvaU. Yogatattva-Upanisad, pages 93 ff;

SamnyasaU. Samnyasa-Upanisad, pages 99 ff;

ArunU. Aruneya-Upanisad, pages 133 ff;

KsurU. Ksurika-Upanisad, pages 151 ff;

CulikaU. Culika-Upanisad, pages 164 ff;

BrahmaU. Brahma-Upanisad, pages 180 ff;

PranagU. Pranagnihotra-Upanisad, pages 197 ff;

NilarU. Nilarudra-Upanisad (a version of the Satarudriya, Anquetil du Perron's Schat Roudri, VS.16; TS.4.5), pages 206 ff;

KanthasrutiU. Kanthasruti-Upanisad, pages 213 ff;

JabU. Jabala-Upanisad, pages 337 ff;

KaivU. Kaivalya-Upanisad, pages 353 ff.

Many more Upanisads, or treatises like Upanisads, are to be found, as is well known, in various other collections. They did not, however, yield materials of such a nature as to require to be embodied in the Concordance. A couple of Anquetil du Perron's Oupnekhat, the Pranou and the Shavank, are cited in the Concordance, but only rarely, the Pranou indeed only once. A few quotations are derived from Muktika-Upanisad.

MuktiU. Muktika-Upanisad. Cited from the collection in the Ananda-Asrama Series.

PranavaU. Pranava-Upanisad or Pranou Oupnekhat, identical with GB.1.1.16-30. See Bloomfield, The Atharva-Veda and the Gopatha-Brahmana (Indo-Aryan Encyclopaedia), pages 19, 108.

SaunakaU. Saunaka-Upanisad or Shavank Oupnekhat. Cf. Bloomfield under the preceding item.


Class 5. Srauta-Sutras

AS. The Srauta-Sutra of Asvalayana. Edited by Ramanarayana Vidyaratna. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1874. The two halves of the text are counted continuously.

SS. The Sankhayana-Srauta-Sutra. Edited by Alfred Hillebrandt. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1888.

Vait. Vaitana-Sutra. The Ritual of the Atharva-Veda. Edited by Dr. Richard Garbe, London, 1878.

LS. The Srauta-Sutra of Latyayana. Edited by Anandacandra Vedantavagisa. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1872.

KS. The Srauta-Sutra of Katyayana. Edited by Dr. Albrecht Weber. Berlin and London, 1859.

ApS. The Srauta-Sutra of Apastamba. Edited by Dr. Richard Garbe. Bibliotheca Indica. Three volumes. Calcutta, 1882, 1885, 1892.

ApYajnaparibhasa. Apastamba-Yajna-Paribhasa-Sutras, being the first four kandikas of book xxiv. of the Srauta-Sutra of Apastamba. Cited from the Hindu serial Usha, vol. i. Calcutta, 1890.

MS. Das Manava-Srauta-Sutra. Herausgegeben von Dr. Friedrich Knauer. Books i.-v. (out of eleven). St. Petersburg, 1900-1903.

As was mentioned above ("Unpublished texts included", p. 5 and "To Pupils and Colleagues", p. 8), the mantras of the remaining six books were made available to me by the kindness of Professor Knauer. The well-known carefulness of his habits of work will offset in a measure the inevitably less finished quality of material as yet unpublished; but I could not of course compare the unpublished MS. mantras with my other material as thoroughly as would have been possible if I had had the MS. text complete in printed form. The citations from the MS. require sometimes two numbers (so in book viii.), sometimes three (so in book vi.), sometimes four (so in books i. and ii.). Accordingly, I have separated the individual citations one from another by an interposed dash (-), in cases where there was any danger of confusion.


Class 6. Grhya-Sutras, Mantra-Pathas, and related texts

AG. Asvalayana-Grhya-Sutra. Issued under the title Grhyasutrani. Indische Hausregeln. Herausgegeben von Adolf Friedrich Stenzler. I. Asvalayana. Leipzig, 1864.

SG. Sankhayana-Grhya-Sutra. Edited and translated by H. Oldenberg, under the title Das Sankhayanagrhyam, in the Indische Studien, vol. xv., pages 1-166. Leipzig, 1878.

Kaus. The Kausika-Sutra of the Atharva-Veda, with extracts from the commentaries of Darila and Kesava. Edited by Maurice Bloomfield, in vol. xiv. of the Journal of the American Oriental Society. New Haven, 1890.

SMB. Sama-Mantra-Brahmana. The first prapathaka is cited from the Doctor's dissertation of the University of Halle, entitled Das Mantrabrahmana. I. Prapathaka. Von Heinrich Sttnner. Halle, 1901. The second is cited from an edition contained in the Hindu serial called Usha, vol. i. Calcutta, 1890. See the note to Taittiriya-Brahmana (TB.).

GG. Das Gobhila-Grhya-Sutra. Herausgegeben von Dr. Friedrich Knauer. Dorpat (and Leipzig), 1884.

KhG. Khadira-Grhya-Sutra. Edited and translated by Hermann Oldenberg in the Sacred Books of the East, vol. xxix., pages 369-435. Oxford, 1886.

PG. Paraskara-Grhya-Sutra. Issued under the title Grhyasutrani. Indische Hausregeln. Herausgegeben von Adolf Friedrich Stenzler. II. Paraskara. Leipzig, 1878.

ApMB. The Mantra-Patha or the Prayer Book of the Apastambins. Edited by M. Winternitz. Oxford, 1897.

The abbreviation ApMB. (meaning Apastamba-Mantra-Brahmana) was chosen by me for this Mantra-Patha in order to match SMB. (meaning Sama-Mantra-Brahmana). The use of the name Brahmana for a considerable variety of subsidiary texts which are by no means strictly Brahmanas (see the note to Taittiriya-Brahmana, TB.) is a peculiarity of the Sama-Veda tradition; but this Mantra-Patha is never to my knowledge spoken of as a Brahmana in the tradition of the Apastambins. My choice is therefore open to well-founded criticism.

Whenever it seemed desirable, I have placed, in parenthesis, by the side of the citation of a given mantra of the Mantra-Patha, a reference to that passage of the Apastamba-Grhya-Sutra which contains the prescriptions for the practical application of the said mantra. Thus: pra su gmanta dhiyasanasya saksani ApMB.1.1.1a (ApG.2.4.2).

ApG. The Apastambiya-Grhya-Sutra. Edited by Dr. M. Winternitz. Vienna, 1887.

HG. The Grhya-Sutra of Hiranyakesin. Edited by Dr. J. Kirste. Vienna, 1889.

Grhyas. Das Grhyasamgraha-Parisista des Gobhilaputra. Edited and translated by M. Bloomfield in the Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenlandischen Gesellschaft, vol. xxxv., pages 533-587.

Karmap. Karmapradipa. The first prapathaka is cited from the edition entitled Der Karmapradipa. I. Prapathaka. Herausgegeben von Dr. Friedrich Schrader. Halle, 1889. The second prapathaka is cited from the edition entitled Der Karmapradipa. II. Prapathaka. Herausgegeben von Dr. A. Freiherrn von Stanl-Holstein. Leipzig, 1900. The third prapathaka is cited from an edition of the entire text, issued under the title Katyayana-Smrti, and forming a part (vol. i., pages 603 ff) of the compilation called Dharmasastrasamgraha, and published by Jivananda Vidyasagara, Calcutta, 1876.


Class 7. Dharma-Sutras, Dharma-Sastras, and Smrtis

GDh. Gautama-Dharma-Sastra. Issued under the title The Institutes of Gautama. Edited by Adolf Friedrich Stenzler. London, 1876.

ApDh. Apastambiya-Dharma-Sutra. Aphorisms on the Sacred Law of the Hindus by Apastamba. Edited by Dr. George Buhler, C.I.E. Second Edition. Bombay, 1892. Bombay Sanskrit Series, No. xliv.

BDh. The Baudhayana-Dharma-Sastra. Edited by E. Hultzsch, Ph.D. Leipzig, 1884.

ViDh. Vishnu-Smrti. The Institutes of Vishnu. Edited by Julius Jolly, Ph.D. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1881.

VaDh. Vasistha-Dharma-Sastra. Aphorisms on the Sacred Law of the Aryas, as taught in the school of Vasistha. Edited by Rev. Alois Anton Fuhrer, Ph.D. Bombay, 1883. Bombay Sanskrit Series, No. xxiii.

MDh. Manava-Dharma-Sastra. Critically edited by J. Jolly. London, 1887. Trubner's Oriental Series.

YDh. Yajnavalkya-Dharma-Sastra. Yajnavalkya's Gesetzbuch. Herausgegeben von Dr. Adolf Friedrich Stenzler. Berlin and London, 1849.

NaradaDh. Naradiya-Dharma-Sastra. Issued as The Institutes of Narada. Edited by Julius Jolly. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1885.

ParDh. Parasara-Smrti. Edited by Candrakanta Tarkalamkara. Bibliotheca Indica. Calcutta, 1890 and following.

The compilation entitled Dharmasastrasamgraha was published in two volumes by Pandit Jivananda Vidyasagara in Calcutta, 1876. Since the editor has neglected to number the slokas, I have had in most cases to count them for myself, and all other users of the work in connection with the Concordance will have to do the like. The twenty-six texts of this compilation were read for the Concordance, and more or less material suitable therefor was yielded by the following eleven:

LAtDh. Laghu-Atri-Samhita, vol. i., pages 1 ff;

VAtDh. Vrddha-Atri-Samhita, vol. i., pages 47 ff;

LHDh. Laghu-Harita-Samhita, vol. i., pages 177 ff;

VHDh. Vrddha-Harita-Samhita, vol. i., pages 194 ff;

AusDh. Ausanasa-Dharma-Sastra, vol. i., pages 501 ff;

AngDh. Angirasa-Smrti, vol. i., pages 554 ff;

SamvartaDh. Samvarta-Smrti, vol. i., pages 584 ff;

BrhPDh. Brhat-Parasara-Samhita, vol. ii., pages 53 ff;

LVyasaDh. Laghu-Vyasa-Samhita, vol. ii., pages 310 ff;

VyasaDh. Vyasa-Samhita, vol. ii., pages 321 ff;

SankhaDh. Sankha-Samhita, vol. ii., pages 343 ff.


Class 8. Vidhana-texts

Rvidh. Rig-Vidhana. Issued as a Berlin Doctor's dissertation under the title Rgvidhanam. Auctor Rudolf Meyer. Berlin, 1877.

Svidh. The Sama-Vidhana-Brahmana of the Sama-Veda. By A. C. Burnell. London, 1873. See note to Taittiriya-Brahmana (TB.).


Class 9. Ancillary texts of the Veda

N. Nirukta. Cited from the German edition, Yaska's Nirukta sammt den Nighantavas. Herausgegeben von Rudolf Roth. Gtttingen, 1852.

BrhD. The Brhad-Devata, attributed to Saunaka. Edited by Arthur A. Macdonell. Volumes v. and vi. of the Harvard Oriental Series. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1904.

DB. Daivata-Brahmana. Issued under the title Daivata-Brahmana and Sadvinsa-Brahmana. Edited by Pandit Jivananda Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1881. See note to Taittiriya-Brahmana (TB.).

Naks. Naksatra-Kalpa. One of the five so-called Kalpas of the Atharva-Veda. Cited from a manuscript in my possession.


Class 10. Four miscellaneous texts

Mahabh. The Maha-Bharata. Cited from the Bombay edition of 1863 (citations discussed by Adolf Holtzmann, Das Mahabharata und seine Theile, vol. iv., pages 11 ff). A fairly considerable number of Vedic stanzas are quoted in the great Epic, and usually in a form at variance with the forms found in the Vedic Samhitas.

Bhagavadgita. The Bhagavad-Gita. A few passages, corresponding with passages in the Upanisads treated in this Concordance, have been culled by me from Colonel George A. Jacob's Concordance to the principal Upanisads and the Bhagavadgita, Bombay, 1891.

Suparn. The Suparnakhyana. Issued as a Berlin Doctor's dissertation under the title Suparnadhyayah. Auctor Elimar Grube. Berlin, 1875. The text is reprinted in Indische Studien, vol. xiv., pages 1 ff. It contains a few stanzas or padas which are identical with passages in the RV. or AV. or similar to them; and such padas have been incorporated in the Concordance.

Mahabhasya. The Maha-Bhasya. A single karika, to be found at vol. i., page 96, of Kielhorn's edition, is identical with a sloka occurring at GB.1.1.26.







1. Alphabetic list of abbreviations of the titles of the cited texts.

AA.      Aitareya-Aranyaka

AB.      Aitareya-Brahmana

AS.      Asvalayana-Srauta-Sutra

AdB.    Adbhuta-Brahmana

AG.     Asvalayana-Grhya-Sutra

AngDh.          Angirasa-Smrti

ApS.    Apastamba-Srauta-Sutra

ApDh.            Apastamba-Dharma-Sutra

ApG.    Apastamba-Grhya-Sutra

ApMB.           Apastamba-Mantra-Patha

ApYajnaparibhasa     Apastamba-Yajnaparibhasa

ArS.     Aranya-Samhita

ArunU.           Aruneya-Upanisad

AtmapraU.     Atmaprabodha-Upanisad

AU.     Aitareya-Upanisad

AusDh.          Ausanasa-Dharma-Sastra

AV.      Atharva-Veda-Samhita, Saunaka recension

AVP.    Atharva-Veda-Samhita, Paippalada recension

BDh.    Baudhayana-Dharma-Sastra

Bhagavadgita            Bhagavad-Gita

BrahmaU.       Brahma-Upanisad

BrhD.  Brhad-Devata

BrhPDh.         Brhat-Parasara-Samhita

BrhU.  Brhad-Aranyaka-Upanisad, Madh. recension

BrhUK.           The same, Kanva recension

SankhaDh.      Sankha-Samhita

SaunakaU.      Saunaka-Upanisad

SB.     Satapatha-Brahmana, Madh. recension

SBK.    Satapatha-Brahmana, Kanva recension

SS.      Sankhayana-Srauta-Sutra

SG.      Sankhayana-Grhya-Sutra

ChU.    Chandogya-Upanisad

SirasU.           Siras-Upanisad

CulikaU.         Culika-Upanisad

SvetU.           Svetasvatara-Upanisad

DB.     Daivata-Brahmana

GarudaU.       Garuda-Upanisad

GB.     Gopatha-Brahmana

GDh.    Gautama-Dharma-Sastra

GG.     Gobhila-Grhya-Sutra

GopalU.         Gopala-Tapani-Upanisad

Grhyas.          Grhya-Samgraha

HG.     Hiranyakesi-Grhya-Sutra

IsAU.  Isa-Upanisad

JabU.  Jabala-Upanisad

JB.      Jaiminiya-Brahmana

JUB.    Jaiminiya-Upanisad-Brahmana

KaivU.           Kaivalya-Upanisad

KalagU.          Kalagnirudra-Upanisad

KanthasrutiU.            Kanthasruti-Upanisad

Karmap.        Karmapradipa

Kaus.  Kausika-Sutra

KB.      Kausitaki-Brahmana

KBU.    Kausitaki-Brahmana-Upanisad

KS.      Katyayana-Srauta-Sutra

KhG.    Khadira-Grhya-Sutra

KS.      Kathaka-Samhita

KSA.    Kathaka-Samhita, Asvamedhagrantha

KsurU.           Ksurika-Upanisad

KU.     Katha-Upanisad

LAtDh.           Laghu-Atri-Samhita

LS.      Latyayana-Srauta-Sutra

LHDh.            Laghu-Harita-Samhita

LVyasaDh.      Laghu-Vyasa-Samhita

Mahabh.        Maha-Bharata

Mahabhasya  Maha-Bhasya

Mahanamnyah          Mahanamnyah

MahanU.        Maha-Narayana-Upanisad

MahaU.          Maha-Upanisad

MS.     Manava-Srauta-Sutra

MDh.  Manava-Dharma-Sastra

MG      Manava-Grhya-Sutra

MS.     Maitrayani-Samhita

MU.     Maitri-Upanisad

MuktiU.          Muktika-Upanisad

MundU.          Mundaka-Upanisad

N.       Nirukta

NadabinduU.  Nadabindu-Upanisad

Naks.  Naksatra-Kalpa

NaradaDh.      Narada-Dharma-Sastra

NilarU.           Nilarudra-Upanisad

NrpU.  Nrsinha-Purva-Tapani-Upanisad

NruU.  Nrsinha-Uttara-Tapani-Upanisad

ParDh.           Parasara-Smrti

PB.      Pancavinsa-Brahmana

PG       Paraskara-Grhya-Sutra

PrasU.           Prasna-Upanisad

PranagU.        Pranagnihotra-Upanisad

PranavaU.      Pranava-Upanisad

RV.      Rig-Veda-Samhita

Rvidh.            Rig-Vidhana

RVKh.            Khilas of the Rig-Veda

SamhitopanisadB.      Samhitopanisad-Brahmana

SamnyasaU.  Samnyasa-Upanisad

SamvartaDh.  Samvarta-Smrti

SB.      Sadvinsa-Brahmana

SkandaU.       Skanda-Upanisad

SMB.  Sama-Mantra-Brahmana

Suparn.          Suparna-Akhyana

SV.      Sama-Veda-Samhita

Svidh.            Sama-Vidhana-Brahmana

TA.      Taittiriya-Aranyaka

TAA.    Taittiriya-Aranyaka, Andhra recension

TB.      Taittiriya-Brahmana

TejU.  Tejobindu-Upanisad

TS.      Taittiriya-Samhita

TU.     Taittiriya-Upanisad

VaDh.            Vasistha-Dharma-Sastra

Vait.    Vaitana-Sutra

VaradapU.      Varada-Purva-Tapani-Upanisad

VaradauU.      Varada-Uttara-Tapani-Upanisad

VasuU.          Vasudeva-Upanisad

VAtDh.           Vrddha-Atri-Samhita

VHDh.           Vrddha-Harita-Samhita

ViDh.  Vishnu-Smrti

VS.      Vajasaneyi-Samhita, Madh. recension

VSK.    Vajasaneyi-Samhita, Kanva recension

VyasaDh.       Vyasa-Samhita

YDh.    Yajnavalkya-Dharma-Sastra

YogatattvaU.            Yogatattva-Upanisad


2. List of a few other abbreviations used in the Concordance. Few abbreviations, other than those of titles of texts, have been used in the Concordance; but those few may here be explained. The most important of them is the abbreviation P (for Pratika: or Ps for Pratikas), which is used to indicate that, in the citations which follow it, not the whole pada or stanza is given, but only the initial word or words thereof.

 comm.         commentary

 crit.    critical

 Introd.         Introduction

 ms.    manuscript

 mss.  manuscripts

 P       Pratika

 Padap.         Pada-patha

 Ps      Pratikas

 quinq.          quinquies

 var. lect.       variant reading


Vedic Concordance Index




 ansam vivasvantam brumah # AV.11.6.2c.

 ansam na pratijanate # RV.3.45.4b.

 ansava stha madhumantah # ApS.1.25.5.

 ansavah sapta saptatih # AV.19.6.16b.

 ansas ca bhagas ca # TA.1.13.3c.

 ansas te hastam agrabhit # ApMB.2.3.9 (ApG.4.10.12). Cf. agnis te etc.

 ansam janidhvam vi bhajami tan vah # AV.11.1.5c.

 ansaya svaha # VS.10.5; TS.; MS.2.6.11: 70.9; KS.15.7; SB.

 ansum rihanti matayah panipnatam # RV.9.86.46c.

 ansum gabhasti (KS. babhasti) haritebhir asabhih # KS.35.14d; ApS.14.29.3d. See ansun babhasti.

 ansum gosv agastyam # RV.8.5.26b.

 ansuna te ansuh # VS.20.27a; TS. Ps: ansuna te ansuh prcyatam ApS.10.24.5; ansuna te KS.19.1.21. (Mahidh., anustubh, but prcyatam is enclitic).

 ansunettham u ad v anyatha # SV.1.305d.

 ansum dadhanvan madhuno vi rapsate # RV.10.113.2b.

 ansum duhanti stanayantam aksitam # RV.9.72.6a.

 ansum duhanti hastino bharitraih # RV.3.36.7c.

 ansum duhanto adhy asate gavi # RV.10.94.9b; N.2.5.

 ansum duhanty adribhih # RV.1.137.3b.

 ansum duhanty uksanam giristham # RV.9.95.4b.

 ansumatih kandinir ya visakhah # AV.8.7.4c.

 ansum babhasti # see ansum gabhasti.

 ansur-ansus te (TS.KS.ApS. -ansus te) deva soma pyayatam # VS.5.7a; TS.;; MS.1.2.7a: 16.17; 3.8.2: 93.16; KS.2.8a; 24.9; AB.1.26.4a; GB.2.2.4a; SB.; AS.4.5.6; SS.5.8.3a; Vait.13.23a; LS.5.6.8a; ApS.11.1.11; MS. P: ansur-ansuh KS.8.2.6.

 ansur a pyayatam ayam # AV.5.29.13b.

 ansur iva pyayatam ayam # AV.5.29.12d.

 ansur na socih # Mahanamnyah 5.

 ansur madaya # Mahanamnyah 8.

 ansur yavena pipise yato nrbhih # RV.9.68.4c.

 ansus ca me rasmis ca me # VS.18.19; TS.; MS.2.11.5: 143.2; KS.18.11. Cf. next.

 ansus ca rasmis ca # MS.3.4.1: 45.16; KS.21.11. Cf. prec.

 ansus casya punar apino astu # MS.

 ansun iva gravadhisavane adrih # AV.5.20.10c.

 ansun grbhitvanv a rabhetham # AV.12.3.20c.

 ansun babhasti haritebhir asabhih # AV.6.49.2d. See ansum gabhasti.

 anseva devav arvate # RV.5.86.5d.

 anseva no bhajatam citram apnah # RV.10.106.9d.

 ansoh payasa madiro na jagrvih # RV.9.107.12c; SV.1.514c; 2.117c.

 ansoh pibanti manasavivenam # RV.4.25.3d.

 ansoh piyusam apibo giristham # RV.3.48.2b.

 ansoh piyusam prathamam tad ukthyam # RV.2.13.1d.

 ansoh piyusam prathamasya bhejire # RV.10.94.8d.

 anso dhanam na jigyusah # RV.7.32.12b; AV.20.59.3b.

 anso bhago varuno mitro aryama # AV.6.4.2a.

 anso raja vibhajati # Kaus.71.1a.

 ansor urmim iraya ga isanyan # RV.9.96.8d.

 ansoh sutam payaya matsarasya # RV.1.125.3c.

 ansa adhaya bibhrati # AV.8.6.13b.

 ansatram somyanam # RV.8.17.14b; SV.1.275b.

 ansatrakosam sincata nrpanam # RV.10.101.7d; N.5.26d.

 ansadhrim suddham upa dhehi nari # AV.11.1.23c. P: ansadhrim Kaus.61.44.

 ansabhyam svaha # TS.; KSA.3.6.

 ansesu va rstayah patsu khadayah # RV.5.54.11a.

 ansesv a marutah khadayo vah # RV.7.56.13a; MS.4.14.18a: 247.10; TB.

 ansesv a vah prapathesu khadayah # RV.1.166.9c.

 ansesv etah pavisu ksura adhi # RV.1.166.10c.

 ansesv esam ni mimrksur rstayah # RV.1.64.4c.

 ansau ko asya tad devah # AV.10.2.5c.

 ansau grivas ca sronyau (VS. sroni) # VS.20.8b; MS.3.11.8b: 152.5; KS.38.4b; TB.

 anhasaspataye tva # VS.7.30; 22.31; SB.; KS.9.13.18. Cf. anhaspatyaya.

 anhaso yatra piparad yatha nah # RV.3.32.14c; TS.; MS.4.12.3c: 182.12; KS.8.16c; 38.7c.

 anhaspatyaya tva # TS.;; MS.3.12.13: 164.7; TB.; ApS.8.20.8; 12.27.5. P: anhaspatyaya MS. Cf. anhasaspataye.

 anhaya mrtyum ati medhayayan # JB.2.74c. Part of suvar ayan.

 anharir asi bambharih # SS.6.12.20. See angharir.

 anhomucah pitarah somyasah # TB.; ApS.8.15.17b. See upahutah pitarah.

 anhomucam vrsabham yajniyanam # AV.19.42.4a; TS.

 anhomucam sukrtam daivyam janam # RV.10.63.9b; TS.; TB.

 anhomucam angirasam gayam ca # RVKh.5.51.2a; Suparn.19.6a.

 anhomucah svahakrtah prthivim a visata # VS.4.13; SB.; ApS.10.13.9.

 anhomuca vrsabha supraturti # MS.4.14.6a: 223.11; TB.

 anhomuce pra bharema (AV. bhare) manisam # AV.19.42.3a; TS.; MS.4.12.3a: 182.13; KS.8.16a. P: anhomuce TS.; MS.9.2.5.

 anhoyuvas tanvas tanvate vi # RV.5.15.3a.

 anho rajan varivah purave kah # RV.1.63.7d. Cf. hanta vrtram varivah.

 anhos cid asma urucakrir adbhutah # RV.2.26.4d. Cf. next two.

 anhos cid urucakrayah # RV.5.67.4d. Cf. prec. and next.

 anhos cid urucakrayo'nehasah # RV.8.18.5c. Cf. prec. two.

 anhos cid ya varivovittarasat # RV.1.107.1d; VS.8.4d; 33.68d; TS.;; MS.1.3.26d: 39.8; KS.4.10d; SB.

 akarat suryavarcasam # ApMB.1.1.9d. See akrnoh suryatvacam, and avakrnot suryatvacam.

 akaram purusu priyam # RVKh.10.128.4d. See karotu purusu, and purusu.

 akar jyotir rtavari # RV.8.73.16b.

 akar jyotir badhamana tamansi # RV.7.77.1d.

 akarnakaya svaha # TS.; KSA.5.3.

 akarta chaturah punah # RV.1.20.6c.

 akartam asvina laksma # AV.6.141.2c. Cf. krnutam laksmasvina.

 akar dhanvany atyetava u # RV.5.83.10b.

 akarma te svapaso abhuma # RV.4.2.19a; AV.18.3.24a.

 akarma dasyur abhi no amantuh # RV.10.22.8a.

 akalpa indrah pratimanam ojasa # RV.1.102.6c.

 akalpayathah pradisas catasrah # AV.12.1.55d. See ajayo lokan.

 akavarim divyam sasam indram # RV.3.47.5b; 6.19.11b; VS.7.36b; TS.; MS.1.3.21b: 37.13; KS.4.8b; SB.; TB.

 akavari cetati vajinivati # RV.7.96.3b.

 akah su (TS. sa) lokam sukrtam prthivyah (VS.SB. vyam) # VS.11.22b; TS.; MS.2.7.2b: 75.19; KS.16.2b; SB.

 akama visve vo (TB. akama vo visve) devah # AV.6.114.3c; TB.

 akama vo daksinam na ninima # TS.

 akama vo visve # see akama visve.

 akamo dhiro amrtah svayambhuh # AV.10.8.44a. Designated as atman, CulikaU.12.

 akari caru ketuna # RV.1.187.6c; KS.40.8c.

 akari ta indra gotamebhih # RV.1.63.9a.

 akari te harivo brahma navyam # RV.4.16.21c; 17.21c; 19.11c; 20.11c; 21.11c; 22.11c; 23.11c; 24.11c.

 akari brahma samidhana tubhyam # RV.4.6.11a.

 akari ratnadhatamah # RV.1.20.1c.

 akari vam andhaso variman # RV.6.63.3a.

 akary-akary avakirni stenah # TA.10.1.15a; MahanU.5.11a.

 akarsam aham tad yan mama karmagasisam yad geyam # SB.1.4.7.

 akarsam aham tad yan mama karmodgataram prchate # SB.1.4.7.

 akarsam aham tad yan mama hotaram prchate # SB.1.4.7.

 akupyantah kupayavah # AV.20.130.8.

 akuparasya davane (SV. davanah) # RV.5.39.2d; SV.2.523d; N.4.18.

 akuparah salilo matarisva # RV.10.109.1b; AV.5.17.1b.

 akrksata # Kaus.20.16.

 akrksama # Kaus.20.17.

 akrnutam antariksam variyah # RV.6.69.5c.

 akrnudhvam svapasya suhastah # RV.4.35.9b.

 akrnoh suryatvacam # RV.8.91.7d; AV.14.1.41d; JB.1.221d. See under akarat suryavarcasam.

 akrnvata bhiyasa rohanam divah # RV.1.52.9b.

 akrnvata sravasyani dustara # RV.10.44.6b; AV.20.94.6b; N.5.25b.

 akrtaya karmane svaha # KS.2.2.23.

 akrttaruk tvaya yuja vayam # RV.10.84.4c; AV.4.31.4c.

 akrtvanyad upayojanaya # AB.5.30.6b.

 akrstapacye asane dhanye yah # AV.5.29.7b.

 akrsta ye ca krstajah # TA.1.27.6b.

 akosah kosinis ca yah # KS.16.13b. See under next.

 akosa yas ca kosinih # MS.2.7.13b: 94.11; PranagU.1b (var. lect.). See prec. and apuspa.

 aktam rihana viyantu (KS.GG. vyantu) vayah # KS.31.11; TS.; TB.; GG.1.8.27; KhG.2.1.26. P: aktam rihanah ApS.3.6.1. See aptubhi, artham rihana, and vyantu vayo.

 aktunahnam vayunani sadhat # RV.2.19.3d.

 aktum na yahvam usasah purohitam # RV.10.92.2c.

 aktoh prabhriyeta # MS.4.13.8: 209.9; KS.19.13; TB. See VS.28.12.

 akto gobhih kalasan a vivesa # RV.9.96.22b.

 aktor yuvanam nrmana adha patim # RV.10.92.14d.

 aktor vyustau paritakmyayah # RV.5.30.13d. Cf. next.

 aktor vyustau paritakmyayam # RV.6.24.9d. Cf. prec.

 akrata # AS.1.9.3. See maho jyayo'krata.

 akran karma karmakrtah # VS.3.47a; TS.; MS.1.10.2a: 142.4; KS.9.4a; SB.; TB.; ApS.8.6.25; MS. P: akran karma KS.5.5.13.

 akrandad agni (MS.KS. nih) stanayann iva dyauh # RV.10.45.4a; VS.12.6a,21a,33a; TS.;; 2.2a; MS.2.7.8a: 85.8; 3.2.2: 17.5; KS.16.8a,9a,10a; AB.7.6.4; SB.; 8.1.11; AS.3.13.12; ApMB.2.11.24a (ApG.6.15.1). Ps: akrandad agnih MS.2.7.9: 86.15; 2.7.10: 87.13; 4.10.2: 147.12; KS.19.11,12; KS.16.5.14; 6.20; ApS.16.10.13; 12.7; MS.6.1.4; akrandat TS.; 2.3.

 akrandayo nadyo roruvad vana # RV.1.54.1c.

 akrann imam pitaro lokam asmai # VS.12.45d; TS.; MS.2.7.11d: 89.4; 3.2.3c: 18.3; KS.16.11d; SB.; TB. See asma etam pitaro.

 akrann usaso vayunani purvatha # RV.1.92.2c; SV.2.1106c.

 akravihasta sukrte paraspa # RV.5.62.6a.

 akratam # AS.1.9.3. See maho jyayo'kratam.

 akran devo na suryah # RV.9.64.9c. See krandam devo.

 akran (TA. akran) samudrah prathame vidharman # RV.9.97.40a; SV.1.529a; 2.603a; PB.15.1.1; TA.10.1.15a; MahanU.6.1a; N.14.6a. Ps: akran samudrah Svidh.1.4.20; akran Svidh.1.6.3.

 akridan kridan harir attave'dan # RV.10.79.6c.

 akruksad iti manyate # RV.10.146.4d; TB.

 akruddhasya yotsyamanasya # TA.1.4.2a.

 akruddhah sumana bhava # MS.2.9.9d: 128.1.

 akrureneva sarpisa # TB.

 akro na babhrih samithe mahinam # RV.3.1.12a; N.6.17.

 aksans tan # VS.21.60; KS.19.13; TB. Cf. aghat tam, and aghastam tan.

 aksakama manomuhah # AV.2.2.5b.

 aksakrtyas tripancasih # AV.19.34.2a, in Roth and Whitney's edition: see jagrtsyas tripancasih. The true reading perhaps yah krtyah tripancasih.

 aksanvate svaha # TS.; KSA.5.3.

 aksanvantah karnavantah sakhayah # RV.10.71.7a; N.1.9a.

 aksanvan parivapa # PG.2.1.21. Cf. next, and sitosnabhir.

 aksanvan vapa kesasmasruroma parivapa nakhani ca kuru # Kaus.54.1. Cf. prec.

 aksatam caristam castu # MS.11.9.4; Karmap.1.4.6.

 aksatam aristam ilandam # SMB.1.8.5c. Cf. next.

 aksatam asy aristam ilannam gopayanam # SG.3.10.2. Cf. prec., aksitam asi, aksitir asi, and aksito'si.

 aksadrugdho rajanyah # AV.5.18.2a.

 aksan # SS.6.1.15. Cf. aghan, and aghasan. Also aghat, ghasat, ghasan, ghastu, and ghasantu.

 aksann amimadanta hi # RV.1.82.2a; AV.18.4.61a; SV.1.415a; VS.3.51a; TS.; MS.1.10.3a: 143.12; KS.9.6a; SB.; TB.; LS.5.2.10; ApS.8.16.9; Svidh.1.4.20. Ps: aksann amimadanta SS.3.17.2; KS.5.9.21; MS.; 7.6.55; AG.4.7.26; SG.1.15.3; aksan Kaus.88.27.

 aksann amimadantatha tvabhiprapadyamahe (and tvopatisthamahe) # TB. (uhas of prec.).

 aksan pitarah # VS.19.36; TS.; KS.38.2; SB.; TB.; KS.19.3.18.

 aksam avyayam na kila risatha # RV.7.33.4b; TB.

 aksayya # SG.4.2.5; 4.12; YDh.1.242,251. Cf. Karmap.1.4.7. Ramacandra's Paddhati to SG.4.2.5: adogotrasyasmatpitur amusyasmin chraddhe yad dattam tad aksayyam astu. In Mahabh.13.23.36 aksayyam is the felicitation to a vaisya.

 aksayyah padyaksmis ca # JB.2.73b (ter). Part of trayah panthanas.

 aksayyam uttistha # MS.11.9.2.

 aksayyat syandate yatha # TA.1.2.1b.

 aksayyo'si # TB.

 aksarapanktis chandah # VS.15.4; TS.; MS.2.8.7: 111.15; KS.17.6; SB.

 aksaram paramam prabhum # TA.10.11.1d; MahanU.11.1d.

 aksaram brahma sammitam # TA.10.26.1b; TAA.10.34b; MahanU.15.1b. See aksare etc.

 aksarajaya kitavam # VS.30.18; TB.

 aksarad diptir ucyate # TA.1.8.3b.

 aksarena prati mima etam # RV.10.13.3c. See next.

 aksarena prati mimite arkam # AV.18.3.40c. See prec.

 aksarena mimate sapta vanih # RV.1.164.24d; AV.9.10.2d.

 aksare brahmasammite # MG.1.2.2b. See aksaram brahma.

 aksa vido vidita vidayasva # RV.3.53.19c.

 aksasyaham ekaparasya hetor # RV.10.34.2c.

 aksah phalavatim dyuvam # AV.7.50.9a.

 aksanam vagnum avajighram apah # MS.4.14.17b: 245.11. Uncertain text: see next two.

 aksanam vagnum upajighnamanah # TB.; TA.2.4.1b. See prec. and next.

 aksanam ganam upalipsamanah # AV.6.118.1b. See prec. two.

 aksanaho nahyatanota somyah # RV.10.53.7a; AB.7.9.6.

 aksan iva svaghni ni minoti tani # AV.4.16.5d. Cf. krtam iva svaghni, and krtam yac chvaghni.

 aksan yad babhrun alebhe # AV.7.109.7c.

 aksasa id ankusino nitodinah # RV.10.34.7a.

 aksaso asya vi tiranti kamam # RV.10.34.6c.

 aksitam aksityai juhomi svaha # ApS.6.14.5.

 aksitam asi ma pitrnam (ApMB. maisam; HG.BDh. also, pitamahanam, prapitamahanam) ksestha amutramusminl loke # ApMB.2.20.1 (ApG.8.21.8); HG.2.11.4; BDh. Cf. for this and the next three, aksatam asy, aksitir asi, and aksito'si.

 aksitam asi ma me ksesthah # TS. Cf. under prec.

 aksitam asi maisam etc. # see aksitam asi ma pitrnam etc.

 aksitam asy aksitam me bhuyah # MS.1.4.2: 48.10; 1.4.7: 54.12. Cf. under prec. but two.

 aksitam upa jivati # AV.18.4.32d.

 aksitaya svaha # Kaus.122.2.

 aksitas ta upasadah # AV.6.142.3a. P: aksitas te Kaus.19.27.

 aksitah santu rasayah # AV.6.142.3b.

 aksitim bhuyasim # AV.18.4.27. Apparently a pratika: the Anukramani designates the passage as yajusi gayatri, i.e. a mantra consisting of six syllables.

 aksitir asi ma me ksestha amutramusminl loka iha ca (AS. ksestha asmins ca loke'musmins ca) # VSK.2.3.8; AS.1.13.4; SS.4.9.4; 11.3; KS.3.4.30. P: aksitir asi ma me ksesthah KS.5.5; AS.1.11.6. Cf. aksatam asy, aksitam asi etc., and aksito'si etc.

 aksitir nama te asau # TA.6.7.2c.

 aksitis ca ksitis ca ya # AV.11.7.25b; 8.4b,26b.

 aksitis ca me kuyavas ca me # TS. See kuyavam.

 aksitotih saned imam # RV.1.5.9a; AV.20.69.7a.

 aksito namasi # KS.5.5; 8.13.

 aksito'si # TB.

 aksito'sy aksityai tva # KS.5.5; 8.13; LS.4.11.21. For this and the next, cf. aksatam asy, aksitam asi etc., and aksitir asi etc.

 aksito'sy aksityai tva ma me ksestha amutramusminl loke (GB.Vait.MS. loka iha ca) # TS.; 7.3.4; GB.2.1.7; Vait.3.20; MS. Cf. prec.

 aksiduhkhotthitasyaiva # TA.1.4.1a.

 aksivepam duhsvapnyam # Kaus.58.1a.

 aksi iva caksusa yatam arvak # RV.2.39.5b.

 aksibhyam svaha # TS. See caksurbhyam svaha.

 aksibhyam te nasikabhyam # RV.10.163.1a; AV.2.33.1a; 20.96.17a; SS.16.13.4; SG.1.21.3; ApMB.1.17.1a (ApG.3.9.10). P: aksibhyam te Vait.38.1; Kaus.27.27; Rvidh.4.19.3; BrhD.8.66. Cf. caksurbhyam srotrabhyam.

 aksiyamana svadhaya madanti # RV.1.154.4b.

 aksuc ca me'nnam ca me # MS.2.11.4: 142.2. See annam ca me.

 aksuc cannam ca # MS.3.4.1: 45.5. See annam caksuc.

 aksudhya atrsya sta # AV.7.60.4c.

 aksum opasam vitatam # AV.9.3.8a.

 aksetravit ksetravidam hy aprat # RV.10.32.7a.

 aksetravid yatha mugdhah # RV.5.40.5c.

 aksesu krtyam yam cakruh # AV.5.31.6b.

 aksair badhyasam aprati # AV.7.50.1d.

 aksair ma divyah krsim it krsasva # RV.10.34.13a. Cf. BrhD.1.52.

 aksodayac chavasa ksama budhnam # RV.4.19.4a; TB.

 akso na cakryoh sura brhan # RV.6.24.3a.

 akso vas cakra samaya vi vavrte # RV.1.166.9d.

 aksos tanvo rapah # AV.5.4.10b. So the vulgata for aksyos etc.

 aksnayoh ksipaner iva # TA.1.4.2d.

 aksnas cid gatuvittara # RV.8.25.9a.

 aksnos # see aksyos.

 aksyamayam udumbarat # GG.4.7.23d.

 aksyav api vyayamasi # AV.1.27.1d.

 aksyos (MS. aksnos) caksuh # TS.; TAA.10.72; MS.; PG.1.3.25. See caksur aksnoh.

 aksyos tanvo rapah # AV.5.4.10b. See aksos etc.

 aksyau ca te mukham ca te # AV.4.3.3a.

 aksyau ni vidhya hrdayam ni vidhya # AV.5.29.4a. P: aksyau ni vidhya Kaus.25.24.

 aksyau nau madhusamkase # AV.7.36.1a. P: aksyau nau Kaus.79.2.

 aksyau vrkasya nir jahi # AV.19.50.1c.

 aksyau vrsanyantyah kesah # AV.6.9.1c.

 akhidrah praja abhivipasya # KS.39.3. See aghorah etc., and achinnapatrah etc.

 akhkhalikrtya pitaram na putrah # RV.7.103.3c.

 akhyad devo rocamana mahobhih # RV.4.14.1b.

 agachatam krpamanam paravati # RV.1.119.8a.

 agachata savitur dasuso grham # RV.1.110.2d.

 agachad u vipratamah sakhiyan # RV.3.31.7a.

 agacho rocanam divah # RV.8.98.3b; 10.170.4b; AV.20.62.7b; SV.2.377b.

 agadam janubhyam # TS.; KSA.13.3.

 agan # TS.; SB.; 9.2.18;; 6.1.47; KS.3.6.16; ApS.3.7.9; MS.

 agan devan # ApS.13.15.8.

 agan devan yajnah # TS.

 agann agnih # TS.

 agann agnir yathalokam # ApS.5.27.1a.

 agann ajim yatha hitam # RV.9.32.5c.

 agann indram mahate saubhagaya # RV.9.97.5d.

 agann indra sravo brhat # RV.3.37.10a; AV.20.20.3a; 57.6a.

 agan pranah svargam lokam jite jayamy abhayam me'lokataya aputrataya apasutayah # SS.2.9.7. Cf. agann apana.

 aganma jyotir amrta abhuma # VS.8.52b; SB. Cf. next; also amrta abhuma; and in general RV.8.48.3; TS.

 aganma jyotir avidama devan # RV.8.48.3b; KS.10.9.7b; MS.; SirasU.3b. See adarsma jyotir; cf. prec., and avidama etc.

 aganma jyotir uttamam (TB. in text, and once in commentary, uttaram) # RV.1.50.10d; AV.7.53.7d; 18.3.64e; VS.20.21d; 27.10d; 35.14d; 38.24d; TS.;; MS.2.12.5d: 149.13; 4.9.27d: 140.6; KS.18.16d; 38.5d; TB.; 6.6.4d; SB.;; JB.2.68 (67)d; TA.6.3.2d; LS.2.12.10e; ChU.3.17.7e.

 aganma tamasas param asya (KS. omits asya) # VS.12.73b; KS.16.12b; SB. See atarisma.

 aganma bibhrato namah # RV.9.67.29c; 10.60.1c; AV.7.32.1c.

 aganma maha (KS. maho) namasa yavistham # RV.7.12.1a; SV.2.654a; MS.2.13.5a: 154.1; KS.39.13a; AB.5.20.6; KB.26.14; TB.; PB.15.2.1; ApS.16.35.5a. P: aganma maha AS.4.15.7; 8.11.1; SS.6.4.5; 10.11.2; 14.56.1.

 aganma yatra pratiranta ayuh (MG. prataram na ayuh) # RV.1.113.16d; 8.48.11d; AV.14.2.36d; MG.2.7.5d.

 aganma vajrinn asasah # RV.8.92.13c.

 aganma visvavedasam # AS.2.5.12a. See aganma etc.

 aganma vrtrahantamam # SV.1.89a. See aganma etc.

 aganma sarma te vayam # RV.6.16.38b; SV.2.1056b; MS.4.11.2b: 163.8; KS.40.14b; TB.

 aganma svah # VS.2.25; MS.1.4.2: 48.17; 1.4.7: 55.2; KS.5.5; 32.5; SB.; SS.4.12.7; Vait.24.5; KS.3.8.15. Cf. next.

 aganma svah svar (TS.ApS. suvah suvar) aganma # AV.16.9.3; TS.; 7.6.1; ApS.4.14.11. P: aganma svah Kaus.6.16. Cf. prec.

 aganmahi manasa sam sivena # AV.6.53.3b; VS.2.24b; 8.14b; TS.; MS.1.3.38b: 44.8; 4.14.17b: 247.4; KS.4.12b; PB.1.3.9b; SB.;; 4.8b; SS.4.11.6b; TA.2.4.1b.

 agan sa devah paramam sadhastham # AV.14.2.36c.

 agavyuti ksetram aganma devah # RV.6.47.20a. Cf. BrhD.5.111.

 agastyah khanamanah khanitraih # RV.1.179.6a.

 agastyasya tryayusam # SG.1.28.9c; SMB.1.6.8c; MG.1.1.24c.

 agastyasya nadbhyah # RV.10.60.6a. Cf. BrhD.7.97.

 agastyasya brahmana # AV.2.32.3c; 5.23.10c.

 agastye nasatya madanta # RV.1.184.5d.

 agastye brahmana vavrdhana # RV.1.117.11c.

 agastyo naram nrsu prasastah # RV.1.180.8c.

 agastyo yat tva visa ajabhara # RV.7.33.10d.

 aga3n agnit # TS.; KS.25.5; SB.; 9.2.18;; 6.1.47; KS.3.6.16; ApS.3.7.9; MS. (v.l. agad).

 aguhat tamo vy acaksayat svah # RV.2.24.3d.

 agrbhit # VSK.30.23,46. See agrabhit.

 agrbhitah pasavah santu sarve # TB.; AS.2.10.18d; ApS.7.16.7d.

 agrbhisata # VS.21.60. Cf. agrabhisata.

 agrhitebhyah svaha # TS.; 20.1; KSA.3.9,10.

 agotam nastram papmanam # KS.38.13c; ApS.16.16.1c.

 agotam anapatyatam # AV.4.17.6b. Vulgate with some mss. anapadyatam.

 agor arir a ciketa # RV.8.2.14b. See nago.

 agorudhaya gavise # RV.8.24.20a; AV.20.65.2a; AG.1.1.4a.

 agohyam yac chravayanta aitana # RV.1.110.3b.

 agohya ka idam no abubudhat # RV.1.161.13b.

 agohyasya yad asastana grhe # RV.1.161.11c; N.11.16.

 agdhad eko'hutad ekah samasanad ekah # TS. See adhvad eko.

 agna agacha rohitava agacha bharadvajasyaja sahasah suno varavaskandinn usaso jara # LS.1.4.4. Cf. indragacha.

 agna agacha rohitabhyam vrhadbhano dhumaketo jatavedo vicarsana angirasa brahmanangirasa bruvana # LS.1.4.2.

 agna ajyasya vyantu vaujhak (SBK. vausal) # SB. Cf. agninajyasya, agnim ajyasya, and agnir ajyasya.

 agna ajyena vardhayan # AV.19.27.5b.

 agna (MS. agna) a yahi vitaye # RV.6.16.10a; SV.1.1a; 2.10a; VS.11.46; TS.,4; 8.1,2;; (bis); 5.6.1; MS.2.7.4c: 79.8; 3.1.6: 8.1; 4.10.2a: 145.1; KS.16.4c; 19.5; 20.14a; 26.1; AB.7.6.2; KB.1.4; GB.1.1.29a; PB.11.2.3; SB.,8,22; 3.3;; TB.; AS.1.2.7; 3.13.12; SS.1.4.8; 3.5.2; LS. (comm.) 4.5.19; 6.14; KS.25.11.33a; ApS.17.7.4; 10.7; MS.6.1.1; Svidh.2.6.9,10; 3.7.2. P: agna a yahi AS.4.13.7; KS.16.3.11; Karmap.3.1.16.

 agna a yahy agnibhih # RV.8.60.1a; AV.20.103.2a; SV.2.902a; KS.39.15a; SS.14.53.5; Vait.39.8. P: agna a yahi AS.4.13.7; Karmap.3.1.16.

 agna ayuhkarayusmans tvam tejasvan devesv edhi # MS.4.7.3: 96.10. P: agna ayuhkara MS.7.2.2. See agne tejasvin.

 agna (MS. agna) ayunsi pavase # RV.9.66.19a; SV.2.814a,868a; ArS.5.1a; VS.19.38a; 35.16a; VSK.8.12.1a; 29.5.1a; TS.; 4.29.1a; 5.5.2a; 6.6.2a; MS.1.3.31a: 41.1; 1.5.1a: 66.8; 1.6.1: 86.11; 1.7.4: 113.2; 3.11.10: 155.10; 4.10.1: 143.8; 4.10.2: 145.7; 4.12.4: 188.7; KS.4.11a; 7.16; 9.2; 11.13; 34.2; 38.2; KB.1.4; PB.6.10.1; 9.8.12; SB.;; TB.;; TA.2.5.1a; AS.2.1.20; 3.29; 8.12; KS.25.13.35; ApS.4.16.2; 5.17.2; 28.10; 6.16.8; 19.1; 22.1; 12.1.2; 14.22.8; 22.27.5; MS.; -3.8.4; -; -7.2.2; -9.2.5; AG.1.4.4; MG.2.17.7. P: agna ayunsi KS.19.14; SS.2.2.5; 5.14; LS.1.5.11; KS.21.4.26; ApS.12.15.10; MS.; SG.1.27.8. Cf. BrhD.6.131.

 agna avasathya parisadya jusasva svaha # MS.8.5. Cf. under agne parisadya.

 agna a vaha # AS.1.3.7. Vikara of agnim (a vaha) AS.1.3.8. Cf. agnim agna a vaha.

 agna ida nama ida nama rsibhyo mantrakrdbhyo mantrapatibhyo namo vo astu devebhyah # AS.8.14.18; AA. (Introd.).

 agna ida sam idhyase # RV.3.24.2a. P: agna ida AS.4.13.7.

 agna itthetara girah # RV.6.16.16b; SV.1.7b; 2.55b; VS.26.13b; MS.4.12.1b: 177.2; KS.2.14b; AB.3.49.2; SB.

 agna inosi martat # RV.4.10.7c.

 agna indra varuna mitra devah # RV.5.46.2a; VS.33.48a.

 agna indras ca dasuse (TB. medina) # AV.7.110.1a; TB. Ps: agna indras ca Kaus.59.20; agna indrah Vait.8.6; Kaus.15.11. Cf. next.

 agna (MS. agna) indras ca dasuso durone # RV.3.25.4a; MS.4.12.6a: 194.13; AB.2.37.12; KB.14.2; AS.5.9.26. Ps: agna indras ca dasusah MS.; agna indras ca SS.7.9.8; BrhD.4.103. Cf. prec.

 agna indras ca medina # see agna indras ca dasuse.

 agna indrena vayuna # RV.1.14.10b; VS.33.10b; AB.3.4.12b.

 agna isam urjam yajamanaya dhehi # KS.38.12b. Cf. isam urjam etc.

 agna udadhe ya ta isur yuva nama taya no mrda, tasyas te namas, tasyas ta upajivanto bhuyasma # TS. P: agna udadhe ya ta isur yuva nama ApS.17.20.14. See ya ta isur yuva etc.

 agna un madaya tvam # AV.6.130.4c.

 agna etam te brahmacarinam pari dadami # SG.2.3.1.

 agna esu ksayesv a # RV.5.23.4c.

 agna ojistham a bhara # RV.5.10.1a; SV.1.81a; KB.21.3; 24.5. P: agna ojistham SS.11.8.1; 11.7.

 agnaya adityam grhnamy ahne ratrim # ApS.6.5.6.

 agnaya a vrscate'dadat # AV.12.4.34d.

 agnaya indumate'nu bruhi # SB.

 agnaya upahvayadhvam # Vait.21.17. Cf. agnir me hota sa mopahvayatam, and agne grhapata upa.

 agnayah # TA.10.62.1; MahanU.21.2.

 agnayah sagara stha sagarena namna raudrenanikena pata magnayah piprta magnayo gopayata ma namo vo'stu ma ma hinsista # Vait.18.8. P: agnayah sagara stha Vait.18.13. See next two.

 agnayah sagarah sagara agnayah sagarah stha sagarena namna pata magnayah piprta magnayo namo vo astu ma ma hinsista # AS.5.3.15. See prec. and next.

 agnayah sagarah sagara stha sagarena namna raudrenanikena pata magnayah piprta magnayo gopayata ma namo vo'stu ma ma hinsista # VS.5.34; (omitting gopayata ma) VSK.5.8.5; (omitting magnayo gopayata and writing astu for 'stu) SS.6.13.1. P: agnayah sagarah KS.9.8.24. See prec. two.

 agnaya ekaksaraya (so read) chandase svaha # MS.1.11.10: 173.2; MS.7.1.2.

 agnaye (v.l. agne) # MS.

 agnaye ansalam # TB. See agnaye pivanam.

 agnaye'nhomuce'stakapalah (MS. 'nhomuce purodasam astakapalam nirvapati) # TS.; 22.1; MS.3.15.11: 181.1; KSA.5.18,19; ApS.20.23.2. Cf. MS.9.2.5.

 agnaye karmakrte svaha # TA.6.2.1.

 agnaye kavyavahanaya manthah # KS.9.6.

 agnaye kavyavahanaya svadha namah # AV.18.4.71; TB.; AS.2.6.12; ApS.1.8.4; MS.; -11.9.1; MG.2.9.13; ViDh.21.7. P: agnaye kavyavahanaya Vait.9.8; Kaus.88.2.

 agnaye kavyavahanaya svadha svaha # ApMB.2.19.13 (ApG.8.21.4); ApMB.2.21.9 (ApG.8.22.7).

 agnaye kavyavahanaya svaha # VS.2.29; SB.; SS.4.4.1; AusDh.5.43. P: agnaye KS.4.1.7. See svahagnaye kavyavahanaya.

 agnaye kavyavahanaya svistakrte svadha namah # HG.2.11.3; 14.6; 15.10; BDh.

 agnaye kavyavahanayanu bruhi # SB.

 agnaye kandarsaye svaha # HG.2.18.3.

 agnaye kamaya svaha # TB. Cf. kamaya svaha, and agnisomabhyam kamaya.

 agnaye kutarun alabhate # VS.24.23; MS.3.14.4: 173.5.

 agnaye ksamavate svaha # AB.7.6.4.

 agnaye gayatraya trivrte rathamtarayastakapalah (TS.KSA. rathamtaraya vasantayastakapalah; MS. rathamtaraya vasantikaya purodasam astakapalam nirvapati) # VS.29.60; TS.; MS.3.15.10: 180.7; KSA.5.10. P: agnaye gayatraya ApS.20.9.2.

 agnaye grhapataye parusnan # VS.24.24; MS.3.14.5: 173.8.

 agnaye grhapataye rayipataye pustipataye kamayannadyaya svaha # ApS.6.13.2. P: agnaye grhapataye ApS.13.24.8.

 agnaye grhapataye rayimate pustipataye svaha # VSK.3.2.5; Vait.7.17; KS.4.14.23. Cf. agnaye rayimate.

 agnaye grhapataye svaha # VS.10.23; TS.; 16.2; MS.2.6.13: 72.8; 4.4.7: 58.2; KS.15.8 (bis); SB.; TB.; AS.2.4.8; SS.2.10.1; ApS.18.17.14; 20.4; MS.9.1.5. P: agnaye grhapataye KS.15.6.23.

 agnaye'gnivate svaha # AB.7.6.1.

 agnaye ghrtam bhava # MS.1.1.11: 7.6; 4.1.13: 17.7.

 agnaye ca tva prthivyai connayami # ApS.6.8.1.

 agnaye ca prajapataye ca ratrau # Kaus.73.2a.

 agnaye janavide svaha # Kaus.78.10; ApMB.1.4.3 (ApG.2.5.2); MG.1.10.8. Cf. agnir janavin.

 agnaye jatavedase # RV.5.5.1c; VS.3.2c.

 agnaye jataya # MS. Cf. next, and jatayanubruhi.

 agnaye jatayanubruhi # MS. Cf. prec.

 agnaye jyotismate svaha # ApS.9.9.14.

 agnaye tantumate svaha # AB.7.9.6; SG.5.4.2.

 agnaye tapasvate janadvate pavakavate svaha # AB.7.8.4; ApS.9.9.14.

 agnaye tva # TS.; TB.; MS. Cf. idam agneh.

 agnaye tva gayatrachandasam grhnami # VS.8.47; VSK.8.22.1; SB. P: agnaye tva gayatrachandasam KS.12.5.14.

 agnaye tva justam proksami # VS.1.13; 2.1; KS.1.11; 31.10; SB.; 3.3.1; Kaus.2.15. P: agnaye tva KS.2.3.37.

 agnaye tva tejasvate # TS. (bis); KS.4.11 (bis). See agnaye tvayusmate.

 agnaye tva pari dadami (ApMB. dadamy asau) # Kaus.56.13; ApMB.2.3.13 (ApG.4.10.12).

 agnaye tva pavamanaya # ApS.17.9.8. Cf. agnaye pa.

 agnaye tva pavakaya # ApS.17.9.8. Cf. agnaye pa.

 agnaye tva pravrhami gayatrena chandasa # MS.1.3.36: 42.10; 4.7.7: 102.6; KS.30.6,7. P: agnaye tva pravrhami MS.7.1.1.

 agnaye tva brhate nakaya # MS.1.1.3: 2.9. See agnaye brhate.

 agnaye tva mahyam varuno dadatu (MS. dadati), so'mrtatvam asiya (VSK. asyat), ayur (MS. mayo) datra edhi (MS. bhuyat) mayo mahyam pratigrahitre (SS. pratigrhnate) # VS.7.47; VSK.9.2.7,8; MS.1.9.4: 134.3; SB.; SS.7.18.1. P: agnaye tva KS.10.2.28; MS.; -11.1.1. See raja tva varuno, and varunas tva nayatu.

 agnaye tvayusmate # MS.1.3.31: 41.3 (bis). See agnaye tva tejasvate.

 agnaye tva rayasposade (TS. davne) # VS.5.1; 6.32; TS.;; MS.1.2.6: 16.4; 1.3.3: 30.17; 3.7.9: 88.10; 4.5.4: 68.15; KS.2.8; 3.10; 24.8; SB.

 agnaye tva varcase # VS.26.9 (bis); 8.38; VSK.8.12.1 (bis); SB. (bis).

 agnaye tva vasumate svaha # MS.4.9.8: 128.10; TA.4.9.1; 5.7.10; ApS.15.10.9.

 agnaye tva vaisvanaraya # VS.14.7; TS. (bis);; MS.2.8.1 (bis): 107.9,13; KS.17.1; SB.; ApS.12.16.3. See vaisvanaraya tva.

 agnaye tva sucaye # ApS.17.9.8. Cf. agnaye su.

 agnaye tva svaha # TS.; TB.

 agnaye dasty avase # RV.1.127.4c.

 agnaye devebhyah pitrbhyah samidhyamanayanubruhi # TB.; ApS.8.14.17 (cf. 8.13.7, comm.).

 agnaye devebhyo dhuksva # SS.2.8.4.

 agnaye dhunksna (KSA. dhunksa) # TS.; KSA.7.9.

 agnaye namah # KSA.11.1,6; MG.2.12.3; GopalU.2.97. See namo'gnaye.

 agnaye'nikavate prathamajan alabhate # VS.24.16; MS.3.13.14: 171.6; ApS.20.14.10. P: agnaye'nikavate ApS.20.15.5.

 agnaye'nikavate pratar astakapalah # MS.1.10.1: 140.13; KS.9.5.

 agnaye'nikavate rohitanjir anadvan # VS.29.59; TS.; KSA.8.3.

 agnaye'nubruhi # SB.,24; 5.2.31; 3.7,12;; ApS.2.19.6; 7.22.13; 12.20.16; MS.,14. Cf. ApS.2.18.3.

 agnaye'nnapataye svaha # HG.1.7.18.

 agnaye'nnadaya svaha # HG.1.7.18.

 agnaye'nnadayannapataye svaha # VSK.3.2.5; AB.7.12.5; Vait.7.19; KS.4.14.25.

 agnaye pathikrte svaha # AB.7.8.3.

 agnaye pavamanaya # ApS.5.21.5. Cf. agnaye tva pa.

 agnaye pavamanayanubruhi # SB.

 agnaye pavitravate svaha # AB.7.9.3.

 agnaye pavakaya # ApS.5.21.5. Cf. agnaye tva pa.

 agnaye pivanam # VS.30.21. See agnaye ansalam.

 agnaye purahsade (KS. purassade raksoghne) svaha # MS.2.6.3: 65.11; KS.15.2; MS.9.1.1. See agninetrebhyo, and ye devah purahsado.

 agnaye purodasasya presya # MS. Cf. ApS.7.22.13.

 agnaye purodasasyanubruhi # MS. Cf. ApS.7.22.13.

 agnaye purodasanam anubruhi # MS.

 agnaye purodasan prasthitan presya # MS.

 agnaye prthiviksite svaha # KS.4.14.28.

 agnaye prajanayitave # TB.; ApS.5.1.14d.

 agnaye praniyamanayanubruhi # AB.1.28.1; ApS.7.6.4; MS.; -

 agnaye prahriyamanayanubruhi # SB.; 6.3.9;; KS.18.3.17; MS.; - Cf. agnibhyah prahriyamanebhyo'nubruhi, agnibhyam prahriyamanabhyam anubruhi, and prahriyamanaya.

 agnaye presya # ApS.7.22.13; 12.20.16.

 agnaye'psumate svaha # AB.7.7.2.

 agnaye balimate svaha # TB.

 agnaye brhate nakaya (KS.ApMB. nakaya svaha) # TS.; KS.1.3; 31.2; TB.; ApMB.2.6.9 (ApG.5.11.22). See agnaye tva brhate.

 agnaye brahma rbhavas tataksuh # RV.10.80.7a.

 agnaye bharata brhat # RV.3.10.5b; SV.1.98b; TS.

 agnaye mathyamanayanubruhi # TS.; AB.1.16.1; SB.; ApS.7.13.1; MS.; - P: agnaye mathyamanaya SS.3.13.16.

 agnaye madhumad vacah # RV.1.78.5b.

 agnaye marutvate svaha # AB.7.9.8.

 agnaye yavisthaya trayo nakulah # TS.; KSA.9.5.

 agnaye raksoghne svaha # TS.; TB.; ApS.18.9.12.

 agnaye rayimate pasumate pustipataye svaha # SS.2.10.1. Cf. agnaye grhapataye rayimate, and next.

 agnaye rayimate svaha # TA.6.1.2. Cf. prec.

 agnaye varunaya svaha # AB.7.9.5. Cf. svahagnaye varunaya.

 agnaye vasumate somaya rudravata indraya marutvate varunayadityavate'nubruhi # MS.

 agnaye vivicaye svaha # AB.7.6.3.

 agnaye vitamanyave svaha # KS.37.13,14.

 agnaye vitaye svaha # AB.7.6.2.

 agnaye vaisvanaraya dvadasakapalah # VS.29.60; TS.; 22.1; KS.21.10; KSA.5.10,19. Cf. vaisvanaram dvadasakapalam.

 agnaye vaisvanaraya dvadasakapalo mrgakhare yadi nagachet # TS.; KSA.5.18.

 agnaye vaisvanaraya suvargaya lokaya svaha # TA.6.2.1; 4.2.

 agnaye vaisvanaraya svaha # VS.11.66; TS.; MS.2.7.7: 82.9; KS.16.7; AB.7.9.1; SB.; AS.2.4.14; KS.25.12.10; SG.5.4.2. See svahagnaye vaisvanaraya.

 agnaye vaisvanarayanubruhi # MS.6.2.5.

 agnaye vo justam proksami # TS.; TB.; ApS.1.19.1.

 agnaye vo justan nirvapamy amusmai vo justan # MS.1.1.5: 3.4. Ps: agnaye vo justan nirvapami MS.4.1.5: 7.1; agnaye vo justan MS.4.1.5: 7.4.

 agnaye vo justan proksamy amusmai vo justan # MS.1.1.6: 3.10; MS. P: agnaye vo justan MS.4.1.6: 7.16.

 agnaye vratapataye svaha # AB.7.8.2; ApS.9.9.14; Kaus.56.6.

 agnaye vratabhrte svaha # AB.7.8.1.

 agnaye sucaye # ApS.5.21.5. Cf. agnaye tva su.

 agnaye sucaye svaha # AB.7.7.3; ApS.9.9.14.

 agnaye sulkam harami tvisimate # Kaus.4.1b.

 agnaye samvargaya svaha # AB.7.7.1,4.

 agnaye samvesapataye svaha # VS.2.20. P: agnaye KS.3.7.18.

 agnaye sam anamat prthivyai sam anamad, yathagnih prthivya sam anamad evam mahyam bhadrah samnatayah sam namantu # TS.; KSA.5.20. P: agnaye sam anamat prthivyai sam anamat TB.; ApS.20.12.8. See prthivyam agnaye sam anaman, and cf. agnis ca prthivi.

 agnaye samidham aharsam (SG.GG. aharsam) # AG.1.21.1a; SG.2.10.3a; SMB.1.6.32a; GG.2.10.46; PG.2.4.3a; HG.1.7.2a; ApMB.2.6.2a (ApG.5.11.22). P: agnaye samidham KhG.2.4.26. See agne (agre) samidham.

 agnaye samidhyamanaya hotar anubruhi # SB.; KS.3.1.2.

 agnaye samidhyamanayanubruhi # TS.; MS.1.4.11: 59.9; SB.,3;; 6.1.21;; TB.; KS.3.1.1; ApS.2.12.1; MS.; N.1.15. P: agnaye samidhyamanaya SS.1.4.4.

 agnaye surabhimate svaha # AB.7.9.7.

 agnaye svaha # AV.19.4.1; 43.1; VS.10.5; 22.6,27; 39.1; TS.;; 14.1; 16.1; 17.1; 20.1; MS.2.6.11: 70.7; 2.6.12: 71.13; 3.12.2: 160.9; 3.12.7: 162.12; 4.4.6: 57.1; KS.15.7; 23.2 (bis); KSA.1.3,5,7,8,11; SB.;;;;; 9.3.8; 4.18; TB.; 8.6.3; 9.3; 17.1 (bis),2; 12.4.2-6; SB.5.7; AdB.7; SS.2.10.1; 6.3.8; KS.15.5.3; 18.5.3; 20.2.3; MS.; -9.1.3; -9.1.4; -9.2.1; -9.2.2; ApS.9.9.14; 18.15.8; 20.4.5; 5.9; 11.3,4,7; TAA.10.67.1; MahanU.19.2; BrhU.6.3.8; 4.18; AG.1.9.7; 10.13; 4.3.26; SG.1.17.8; 2.14.4; Kaus.4.1; 6.11; 72.27; 81.31; 94.14; 95.3; 119.2; 130.2; 131.2; 135.9 (p. 285); GG.1.3.9; 8.4,9; KhG.1.5.13; 2.1.17; PG.1.9.3; 12.3; HG.1.2.16; 7.18; 23.8; ApG.1.2.6; MG.1.5.4; 2.2.18; 3.1; BDh.3.9.4; Svidh.1.8.9,13. Cf. agnim svaha.

 agnaye svaha somaya pavitravate varunaya dhanvantaraye manasa prajapatyam brahmane'gnaye svistakrte # Svidh.1.3.7.

 agnaye svaha somaya svahagnisomabhyam indragnibhyam indraya visvebhyo devebhyo brahmane prajapataye'gnaye svistakrte # GDh.26.16; Svidh.1.2.5.

 agnaye svistakrte (namah) # MG.2.12.3.

 agnaye svistakrte'nubruhi # SB.; 5.2.39; 3.10,15;;;; 3.3.15; 4.4.24; ApS.2.21.6; 7.25.17; MS.; 8.5.32.

 agnaye svistakrte presya # SB.;; ApS.7.25.17; MS.

 agnaye svistakrte suhutahute sarvaprayascittahutinam (HG. suhutahute sarvahuta ahutinam; ApMB. suhutahuta ahutinam) kamanam samardhayitre sarvan nah kaman samardhaya (the last four words omitted in ApMB.HG.) svaha # AG.1.10.23; HG.1.3.7; ApMB.2.18.31 (ApG.7.20.4).

 agnaye svistakrte svaha # TB.; 4.2-6; TAA.10.67.1; MahanU.19.2; SG.1.17.8; 2.14.4; Kaus.5.12; GG.1.8.14; KhG.2.1.24; PG.1.12.3; HG.1.7.18; 2.8.9; MG.2.2.22. Cf. agnaye svistakrte, in GDh.26.16; SamnyasaU.1; Svidh.1.2.5; 3.7, and agnibhyah svista.

 agnaye hiranyavate svaha # AB.7.9.4.

 agnayo na jaramana anu dyun # RV.2.28.2d.

 agnayo na susucana rjisinah # RV.2.34.1c; TB.

 agnayo na svavidyutah # RV.5.87.3d.

 agnayo vayavas caiva # TA.1.8.4a.

 agnayo vai trayi vidya devayanah pantha # TA.10.63.1; MahanU.22.1.

 agnayo vyanto ajarah # RV.1.127.5g.

 agna agnis # see agnav agnis.

 agna a # see agna a.

 agna ayunsi # see agna ayunsi.

 agna indras # see agna indras.

 agna u vasuvane vasudheyasya vetu vaujhak # SB. Cf. agner vasuvane etc. Both formulas are fragments, the words devam barhih or devo narasansah preceding them; see under these heads, and cf. SB.

 agnagne # ApS.5.28.6.

 agna devesu purvyah # RV.8.27.3b.

 agnayim somapitaye # RV.1.22.12c; N.9.34c.

 agna yo martyo duvah # RV.6.14.1a; MS.4.10.2a: 145.14; KS.20.14a; KB.1.4. Ps: agna yo martyah AS.10.2.18; agna yo AS.4.13.7.

 agnav (VSK.MS.KS.MS. agna) agnis carati pravistah # AV.4.39.9a; VS.5.4a; VSK.5.1.4a; TS.; MS.1.2.7a: 16.10; KS.3.4a; SB.; AS.8.14.4a; ApS.7.13.7; MS.; SMB.2.2.12a. Ps: agnav agnih Vait.8.11; KS.5.2.6; Kaus.3.16; GG.4.1.13; agnau KhG.3.4.22. See vyaghro'yam agnis.

 agnav agne # ApS.5.28.6.

 agnav indra aditye visvesu ca devesu caritam te brahmacaryam # SG.2.12.2.

 agnav iva samidhane havir bhare # RV.2.16.1b.

 agnavisnu mahi tad vam mahitvam # AV.7.29.1a; TS.; MS.4.11.2a: 165.16; KS.4.16a; SS.2.4.3a. P: agnavisnu TS.; KS.11.13; TB.; ApS.19.13.4; Vait.8.1; Kaus.32.3; 59.19. Cf. indrasoma mahi etc.

 agnavisnu mahi dhama priyam vam # AV.7.29.2a; TS.; MS.4.10.1a: 142.5; 4.11.2: 165.15; KS.4.16a; AS.2.8.3a; 5.19.3; SS.2.4.3a; MS. P: agnavisnu TS.; KS.11.13.

 agnavisnu ma vam ava kramisam # TS.; TB.; ApS.2.13.7. Cf. next, vi jihatham, and anghrina.

 agnavisnu vi jihatham # MS.1.1.13: 8.6; MS. Cf. prec., and see vi jihatham.

 agnavisnu sajosasa # TS.;; MS.4.10.1a: 142.3; 4.11.2: 165.15; TB.; AS.2.8.3a; ApS.17.17.8; MS.; -,31.

 agnih kanvaya saubhagam # RV.1.36.17b.

 agnih kravyadam nudasva # MG.2.1.7d.

 agnih ksatrabhrd anibhrstam ojah # TB.

 agnih pacan raksatu tva purastat # AV.12.3.24a. P: agnih pacan Kaus.61.32. Cf. Vait.28.13.

 agnih paresu (AS. pratnesu) dhamasu # AV.6.36.3a; AS.8.10.3a; SS.3.5.8a; 9.23.12; 10.11.9. See agnih priyesu.

 agnih paresu sanusu # RV.1.128.3g; KS.39.15g.

 agnih pavitram sa ma punatu # ApS.12.19.6; N.5.6.

 agnih pasur asit tenayajanta (KSA. yajata) sa etam lokam ajayad yasminn agnih sa te loko bhavisyati (TS.KSA. sa te lokas) tam jesyasi # VS.23.17; TS.; KSA.5.4; SB. P: agnih pasur asit TB.; ApS.20.17.2; agnih pasuh KS.20.6.8.

 agnih patu grnato agnih surin # RV.10.115.5c.

 agnih pavaka idyah # RV.3.27.4b; TB.; SB.

 agnih pavako'gnih sucih # AS.2.1.25.

 agnih pipartv ayasa sajosah # AV.5.28.5b.

 agnih putrasya jyesthasya # AV.12.2.35c.

 agnih purva a rabhatam # AV.1.7.4a.

 agnih purvebhir rsibhih # RV.1.1.2a; N.7.16a.

 agnih prthivya vasi # AV.6.86.2b.

 agnih prthur dharmanas patir jusano agnih prthur dharmanas patir ajyasya (VSK. inserts here haviso) vetu svaha # VS.10.29; VSK.11.8.6; SB. P: agnih prthuh KS.15.7.15; BrhPDh.9.215.

 agnih prajapatih somo rudro'ditir brhaspatih sarpa ity etani pragdvarani daivatani sanaksatrani sagrahani sahoratrani samuhurtani tarpayami # BDh.

 agnih prajam bahulam me karotu (MS. krnotu) # VS.19.48a; MS.3.11.10a: 156.18; KS.38.2a; TB.; SB.; SS.4.13.1a; ApS.6.11.5a.

 agnih pratnena manmana (SV.TB. janmana) # RV.8.44.12a; SV.2.1061a; MS.4.10.1a: 142.15; 4.10.5: 154.11; KS.2.14a; AB.1.4.3; TB.; AS.1.5.35; MS.; - P: agnih pratnena SS.1.8.2.

 agnih pratnesu # see agnih paresu.

 agnih prathamah prasnatu # TB.; ApS.6.30.10a; PG.3.1.4a. See agnih prasnatu.

 agnih prathamo vasubhir no avyat # TS.; MS.4.12.2a: 180.1; KS.10.12a; AS.2.11.12a; SS.3.6.2a. Ps: agnih prathamo vasubhih ApS.19.20.4; agnih prathamah MS.

 agnih pravidvan (KS. vidvan; MS. in Samhita, vidvan) iha tat krnotu (ApS.16.26.6d, karotu; KS.ApS.16.26.12d, dadhatu) # MS.2.7.16d: 100.15; KS.39.3d; ApS.16.26.6d,12d.

 agnih pravidvan iha vo yunaktu # AV.5.26.1b.

 agnih prastota # TS. See next.

 agnih prastotaham manusah # LS.1.10.25. See prec.

 agnih pra stautu vi mrdho nudasva # AV.13.1.27d.

 agnih pranan sam dadhati # AV.3.31.6a.

 agnih pratahsavane (MS.MS. savanat) patv asman # AV.6.47.1a; TS.; MS.1.3.36a: 42.8; 4.7.7: 102.4; KS.30.6a,7; KS.9.3.21a; ApS.12.29.13. P: agnih pratahsavane (MS.MS. savanat) MS.4.14.9: 229.10; Vait.21.7; KS.24.4.1; MS.; -7.1.1.

 agnih pravan mitrota medhyatithim # RV.1.36.17c.

 agnih prasnatu prathamah # KS.13.15a; MS.; SMB.2.1.15a; GG.3.8.23; ApMB.2.10.7a (ApG.6.13.16). P: agnih prasnatu KhG.3.3.8. See agnih prathamah.

 agnih priyatanor iva # AV.5.18.6b.

 agnih priyesu dhamasu # SV.2.1060a; VS.12.117a; SB. See agnih paresu.

 agnim yaja # SB.; 5.2.31; 3.7,12;; ApS.2.19.6; MS.,15. Cf. agnim kavyavahanam yaja, and ApS.2.18.3.

 agnim yajadhvam havisa tana gira # RV.2.2.1b.

 agnim yajnesu purvyam # RV.8.23.22b; 39.8e; 60.2d; 102.10c; AV.20.103.3d; SV.2.903d.

 agnim yanti dravinam bhiksamanah # RV.7.10.3b; MS.4.14.3b: 218.7; TB.

 agnim yanturam apturam # RV.3.27.11a.

 agnim yamam matarisvanam ahuh # RV.1.164.46d; AV.9.10.28d; N.7.18d.

 agnim yas cakra asyam # AV.10.7.33c.

 agnim ya garbham dadhire virupah # MS.2.13.1c: 151.9. See agnim garbham, and ya agnim garbham.

 agnim yujam akrta vajy arva # TS.; KSA.5.15.

 agnim yunajmi (VSK. yunagmi) savasa ghrtena # VS.18.51a; VSK.20.3.1a; TS.;; MS.2.12.3a: 146.5; 3.4.4: 49.16; KS.18.15a; 22.1; SB.; MS.6.2.6. P: agnim yunajmi KS.35.2; KS.18.6.16; ApS.14.17.1; 17.23.1.

 agnim ratham na vedyam # RV.8.84.1c. See agne ratham etc.

 agnim rathanam yamam # RV.8.103.10c.

 agnim rajantam divyena socisa # RV.3.2.4d.

 agnim rajanam cantarena ma samcarista # ApS.10.31.7.

 agnim raye purumidha srutam narah # RV.8.71.14c; AV.20.103.1c; SV.1.49c.

 agnim vah purvyam huve # RV.8.23.7a.

 agnim vah purvyam gira # RV.8.31.14a; TS.; MS.2.13.7a: 156.10; 4.11.2: 164.11; KS.11.12a; MS. Cf. BrhD.6.75.

 agnim vayo antarikse patantah # RV.10.80.5c.

 agnim vardhantu no girah # RV.3.10.6a.

 agnim vasistho havate purohitah # RV.10.150.5c.

 agnim vasumantam somam rudravantam indram marutvantam varunam adityavantam yaja # MS.

 agnim visa idate adhvaresu # RV.7.10.5b.

 agnim visa idate manusir yah # RV.10.80.6a.

 agnim visvamano gira # RV.8.23.2b.

 agnim visva abhi prksah sacante # RV.1.71.7a.

 agnim visvayuvepasam # RV.8.43.25a.

 agnim visvesam aratim vasunam # RV.1.58.7c.

 agnim vrnana vrnate kavikratum # RV.5.11.4d.

 agnim vaisvanaram yaja # MS.6.2.5.

 agnim vaisvanaram vibhum # AV.4.23.4b; TS.

 agnim vaisvanaram gacha svaha # VS.6.21; TS.;; MS.1.2.18: 28.3; 3.10.7: 139.2; KS.3.8; SB.

 agnim vo duryam vacah # RV.8.74.1c; SV.1.87c; 2.914c.

 agnim vo devam agnibhih sajosah # RV.7.3.1a; SV.2.569a; KS.35.1a; AB.5.18.6; KB.26.11; PB.14.8.1; ApS.14.17.1a. P: agnim vo devam AS.4.13.7; 8.10.1; SS.10.10.2; 14.53.1.

 agnim vo devayajyaya # RV.8.71.12a.

 agnim vo vrdhantam # RV.8.102.7a; SV.1.21a; 2.296a; PB.12.12.1; AS.7.8.1; SS.12.10.9.

 agnim vyustisu ksapah # RV.1.44.8b.

 agnim sam yos ca datave # RV.8.71.15b.

 agnim sastibhis turvanih sajosah # RV.1.186.3b.

 agnim sukrena socisa # RV.1.45.4d. Cf. agnih sukrena.

 agnim sumbhami manmabhih # RV.8.44.26c.

 agnim sresthasocisam # RV.8.19.4b. See agnim u sre.

 agnim sa rchatu yo maitasyai diso'bhidasati # KS.7.2; ApS.6.18.3. See next but one, and yo maitasya.

 agnim sacanta vidyuto na sukrah # RV.3.1.14b.

 agnim sadisam devam devatanam rchatu yo maitasyai diso'bhidasati # TB. See under prec. but one.

 agnim sadhasthe mahati # VS.11.18c; TS.; MS.2.7.2c: 75.12; KS.16.2c; SB.

 agnim sadhasthe sadanesu sukratum # MS.2.7.16b: 101.5; KS.39.3b.

 agnim sadhasthe sadanesv acyutam # MS.2.7.16b: 101.3; KS.39.3b.

 agnim sadhasthe sadanesv adbhutam # MS.2.7.16b: 101.1; KS.39.3b.

 agnim samadhehi # MS.1.5.14: 83.20; MS. See agnin etc.

 agnim samiddham bhagam utaye huve # RV.7.44.1b.

 agnim samudravasasam # RV.8.102.4c,5c,6c; SV.1.18c; TS. (ter); MS.4.11.2c (ter): 166.16; 167.2,4; KS.40.14c (ter).

 agnim samrajyaya # MS.6.2.5.

 agnim suditaye chardih # RV.8.71.14d; AV.20.103.1d. See agnih su.

 agnim suditim sudrsam grnantah # RV.3.17.4a; MS.4.13.5a: 205.13; KS.18.21a; TB.; AS.9.9.7. P: agnim suditim SS.5.19.11; MS.

 agnim sumnaya dadhire puro janah # RV.3.2.5a; 10.140.6b; SV.2.1171b; VS.12.111b; TS.; MS.2.7.14b: 96.1; KS.16.14b; SB.

 agnim suktebhir vacobhir imahe (SV. vrnimahe) # RV.1.36.1c; SV.1.59c.

 agnim sunum sanasrutam # RV.3.11.4a.

 agnim sunum sahaso jatavedasam # RV.8.71.11a; SV.2.905a.

 agnim suryam candram # TB.

 agnim somam svistakrt # VS.21.58e; MS.3.11.5e: 148.5; TB.

 agnim somam (avaha) # AS.1.3.8. Perhaps to be divided into agnim (avaha), and somam (avaha).

 agnim stuhi daivavatam devasravah # RV.3.23.3c.

 agnim stomena bodhaya # RV.5.14.1a; VS.22.15a; TS.; MS.4.10.1a: 144.2; 4.10.2: 145.7; KS.19.14a; 20.14; KB.1.4; SB.; SS.2.5.13; (14.52.12); ApS.5.28.10; MS.; - P: agnim stomena MS.4.10.3: 151.1; SS.2.2.18; 6.4.1; 12.10.9.

 agnim stosany ajaram brhantam # RV.10.88.3b.

 agnim sruco adhvaresu prayatsu # VS.27.14c; TS.; MS.2.12.6b: 150.3; KS.18.17b. See agnih sruco.

 agnim svaha # MS.4.10.3: 149.5 (bis). Cf. agnaye svaha, agnim agnau svaha, and svahagnim.

 agnim svistakrtam yaja # SB.; 5.2.39; 3.10,15;; 4.4.24; ApS.2.21.6; MS.

 agnim svistakrtam (sc. yajamahe) # TB.; 6.12.1; AS.1.6.3. Cf. agnivarunau svistakrtau.

 agnim svistakrtam a huvema # KS.2.15d; TB.; ApS.9.8.8d.

 agnim sve yonav (VSK.MS.KS. yona) abhar (ApS. yonau bharisyaty) ukha # VS.12.61b; VSK.12.4.17b; TS.; MS.2.7.11b: 90.12; KS.16.11b; SB.; ApS.16.10.8b.

 agnim havisa vardhantah # RV.10.20.8c.

 agnim havyaya vodhave # RV.5.14.3c; TS.; MS.4.10.1c: 143.10; KS.19.14c.

 agnim havyebhir idate # RV.8.74.6b.

 agnim hitaprayasah sasvatisv a # RV.8.60.17c.

 agnim hinvantu no dhiyah # RV.10.156.1a; SV.2.877a. Ps: agnim hinvantu nah AS.4.13.7; agnim hinvantu SS.6.4.1. Cf. BrhD.8.61.

 agnim huvema paramat sadhasthat # TA.10.2.1b. See ukthair havamahe, and ugram huvema.

 agnim hrdayena # VS.39.8; TS.; TA.3.21.1.

 agnim hrdayyam sokam # AV.6.18.1c.

 agnim hotaram vidathaya jijanan # RV.10.11.3d; AV.18.1.20d.

 agnim hotaram ajaram rathasprtam # Kaus.6.11b.

 agnim hotaram adha dhir ajayata # RV.10.11.4d; AV.18.1.21d.

 agnim hotaram antara vivrttah # AS.1.3.24b. See hotaram agnim antara.

 agnim hotaram iha (MS.MS. upa) tam huve # TS.; 6.8.3; MS.1.4.1a: 47.4; 1.4.5: 52.17; ApS.4.4.5; MS. See agnir hotopa.

 agnim hotaram idate # RV.6.14.2c.

 agnim hotaram idate namobhih # RV.5.1.7b.

 agnim hotaram idate vasudhitim # RV.1.128.8a.

 agnim hotaram upa etc. # see agnim hotaram iha.

 agnim hotaram paribhutamam (SV. paribhutaram) matim # RV.10.91.8b; SV.2.334b; KS.39.13b; TB.; ApS.16.35.5b.

 agnim hotaram pra vrne miyedhe # RV.3.19.1a.

 agnim hotaram manusah svadhvaram # RV.6.15.4b.

 agnim hotaram manye dasvantam # RV.1.127.1a; AV.20.67.3a; SV.1.465a; 2.1163a; VS.15.47a; TS.; MS.2.13.8a: 158.2; KS.26.11a; 39.15a; AS.8.1.2; SS.18.23.9, (10). Ps: agnim hotaram manye KS.20.14; Vait.29.8; MS.6.2.2; agnim hotaram SS.10.7.7; KS.17.12.16; Svidh.2.3.2. Cf. BrhD.4.4.

 agnim hotrat (mss. hotran) svaha # MS.4.10.3: 149.6.

 agnim hotraya vaha # SB.;; TB.; AS.1.3.22; 2.19.8; SS.1.5.5.

 agnim kavyavahanam yaja # SB. Cf. agnim yaja.

 agnim kavyavahanam avaha # MS.

 agnim kulayam abhisamvisantih (ApS. vasanah) # MS.4.2.10c: 32.15; ApS.7.17.1c. Cf. agnim grhapatim abhi.

 agnim krte svadhvare # RV.5.17.1c.

 agnim kravyadam akrnvan guhanah # SMB.1.1.4a. Cf. GG.2.1.10.

 agnim ksaitraya sadhase # RV.8.71.12d.

 agnim khananta (TS. khanisyanta) upasthe asyah # VS.11.21d; TS.; MS.2.7.2d: 75.18; KS.16.2d; SB.

 agnim khatvi na a bhara # TS. Cf. VS.1.11; MS.2.7.1: 74.17.

 agnim gacha svar yajamanaya vinda # VSK.1.10.5d; KS.2.8.14d.

 agnim garbham dadhire virupah # TS. See agnim ya garbham, and ya agnim garbham.

 agnim girbhir namobhir a krnudhvam # RV.10.6.5b.

 agnim girbhir havamahe # RV.8.11.6c; 10.141.3b; RVKh.10.187.1b; AV.3.20.4b; AS.2.18.3b; N.14.32c. See agnim anva.

 agnim grhapatim garhapatyat # MS.7.2.2.

 agnim grhapatim abhisamvasanah # TB.,5b; ApS.4.1.10b (bis). P: agnim grhapatim ApS.3.9.1. Cf. agnim kulayam.

 agnim grhapatim prthak # VS.28.34b; TB.

 agnim grhnami suratham yo mayobhuh # TB.; ApS.4.1.8a.

 agnim gharmam surucam yamann istaye # RV.1.112.1b; AB.1.21.14.

 agnim ghrtena vavrdhuh # RV.5.14.6a.

 agnim ghrtena havisa saparyan # TB.

 agnicoranipatesu # RVKh.10.127.9c.

 agnim ca visvasambhuvam (KS. sambhuvam) # RV.1.23.20c; 10.9.6c; AV.1.6.2c; KS.2.14c; TB.; ApS.8.8.7c.

 agnim ca havyavahanam # RV.2.41.19c.

 agnija asi prajapate retah # TA.4.2.4; 5.2.10; ApS.15.2.1.

 agnijihva asanscata # TA.1.5.1d.

 agnijihva rtavrdhah # RV.1.44.14b; 7.66.10b.

 agnijihva dhumasikha # AV.11.9.19c.

 agnijihva manavah suracaksasah # RV.1.89.7c; VS.25.20c; KS.35.1c; ApS.14.16.1c.

 agnijihvebhyas (MS. agnihvarebhyas) tvartayubhya (MS. tva rtayubhya) indrajyesthebhyo varunarajabhyo vatapibhyah parjanyatmabhyah # TS.; MS.1.3.35: 41.16. P: agnijihvebhyas tvartayubhyah TS. See next.

 agnijihvebhyas tvartayubhyo vatapibhyah parjanyatmabhya indrajyesthebhyo varunarajabhyah # KS.29.5. See prec.

 agnijyotisam tva vayumatim pranavatim svargyam svargayopadadhami bhasvatim # VSK.3.2.1; Vait.7.9; KS.4.14.13.

 agnim jyotir nicayya # TS.; MS.2.7.1c (bis): 73.9; 74.17; 3.1.1: 1.7; KS.15.11c; 16.1c. Cf. agner jyotir.

 agnitapo yathasatha # RV.5.61.4c.

 agnitaptebhir yuvam asmahanmabhih # RV.7.104.5b; AV.8.4.5b.

 agnidagdhas tu ye jivah # MS.11.9.2a.

 agniduto aramkrtah # RV.10.14.13d; AV.2.12.7d; 18.2.1d; TA.6.5.1d.

 agnidham va dhrtadaksam damunasam # RV.10.41.3b.

 agninartasat # KS.39.11. See agnina visvasat.

 agninagnih samvadatam # TA.4.34.1f. Cf. agne agnina.

 agninagnih samsrjyate # Kaus.108.2a.

 agninagnih sam idhyate # RV.1.12.6a; SV.2.194a; TS.;;; MS.4.10.2a: 145.5; KS.15.12a; 20.14; 34.19a; AB.1.16.28a; 7.6.1; KB.1.4; 8.1; PB.12.2.1; TB.; SB.; AS.2.16.7; 3.13.12; SS.2.2.11; 3.5.1; 13.17; ApS.14.16.1; 17.7.4; MS. P: agninagnih MS.4.10.2: 146.10; 4.10.3: 148.13. Cf. BrhD.2.145.

 agninagne # ApS.5.28.6.

 agninagne brahmana, anase vyanase sarvam ayur vyanase # TB.; 2.1.24. P: agninagne brahmana ApS.5.12.1. Probably metrical: see the separate padas.

 agninajyasya vyantu vaujhak # SB. See under agna ajyasya.

 agnina tapo'nv abhavat # TS.; KS.35.15; KSA.3.4; TB.; ApS.20.11.10.

 agnina turvasam yadum paravatah # RV.1.36.18a.

 agnina dattah # MG.2.14.26.

 agnina devena devataya gayatrena chandasagneh sira upadadhami # MS.2.18.11: 115.9. Cf. under gayatrena chandasagnina.

 agnina devena prtana jayami # TS.; ApS.4.14.10; 13.18.8. Cf. indrena devena, visvebhir devebhih, and sarvebhir devebhih.

 agnina devena prthivilokena lokanam rgvedena vedanam tena tva samayamy asau svaha # SG.1.16.3.

 agnina yajnas caksusman # ApS.4.9.11; MS.

 agnina rayim asnavat # RV.1.1.3a; TS.;; MS.4.10.4a: 152.9; 4.4.16: 242.8; SB.; AS.2.1.27; KS.5.12.19a; MS. P: agnina rayim SS.3.7.3; 15.8; SG.1.20.5.

 agnina viprca vayam # ApS.9.3.20a.

 agnina visvasat # TS.; ApS.17.6.2. See agninartasat.

 agnina havya svaditani vaksat # VS.29.10d; TS.; MS.3.16.2d: 185.1; KSA.6.2d.

 agninetrebhyo devebhyah purahsadbhyah svaha # VS.9.35; SB. P: agninetrebhyah KS.15.1.20. See agnaye purahsade, and ye devah purahsado.

 agninendrena varunena visnuna # RV.8.35.1a. Ps: agninendrena AS.9.11.14; agnina Rvidh.2.32.2. Cf. BrhD.6.77.

 agninendrena somena sarasvatya visnuna devatabhih, yajyanuvakyabhyam upa te huve savaham (KSA. huve'sa aham) # TS.; KSA.3.1.

 agnim tam vo duvasyata # RV.3.13.3c.

 agnim tam girbhir hinuhi sva a dame # RV.1.143.4c.

 agnim tam manye yo vasuh # RV.5.6.1a; SV.1.425a; 2.1087a; VS.15.41a; MS.2.13.7a: 156.17; KS.39.14a; KB.23.1; SB.; AS.7.8.1. Ps: agnim tam manye AS.2.19.35; 4.13.7; 10.10.2; SS.3.17.5; 6.4.13; 10.6.2; (16.7.13); LS.10.9.9; agnim tam KS.17.12.14.

 (om) agnim tarpayami # BDh. Cf. agnis trpyatu.

 agnim te vasuvantam rchantu, ye maghayavah pracya diso'bhidasan # AV.19.18.1.

 agnim toke tanaye sasvad imahe # RV.8.71.13c.

 agnim tvahur vaisvanaram # GB.1.2.21a; Vait.6.7a.

 agnim dadhami manasa sivena # SG.3.4.2a. Cf. agnim pra nayami.

 agnim dutam vrnimahe # RV.1.12.1a; AV.20.101.1a; SV.1.3a; 2.140a; TS. (bis);; MS.4.10.2a: 145.3; KS.20.14a; AB.4.31.4; KB.1.4; 22.2; GB.1.2.23a; PB.11.7.3a; SB.5.1.7; AdB.1.7; SB.; 3.8; TB.; AS.1.2.7; SS.1.4.9; 6.4.1; 10.3.2; Vait.39.8; 40.2; (LS.4.7.1; 5.19); ApS.17.7.4. P: agnim dutam AS.4.13.7; 7.10.3; SS.14.52.2; AG.11.11.2; BrhPDh.9.58,316; Karmap.3.1.16. Cf. BrhD.2.145. Cf. agne dutam varenyam, and adya dutam.

 agnim dutam puro dadhe # RV.8.44.3a; VS.22.17a; KS.2.15a; 19.14; Rvidh.2.25.5.

 agnim dutam prati yad abravitana # RV.1.161.3a.

 agnim deva ajanayann ajuryam # RV.10.88.13b.

 agnim deva vasimantam # RV.10.20.6c.

 agnim devaso agriyam # RV.6.16.48a.

 agnim devaso manusisu viksu # RV.2.4.3a.

 agnim deveddham abhy arcase gira # RV.10.64.3b.

 agnim dvitiyam trivrtam ca (TA. trtiyam ca) hansam # AV.10.8.17d; TA.2.15.1d.

 agnim dveso yotavai no grnimasi # RV.8.71.15a.

 agnim dhibhir namasyata # SV.2.866d. See agnim dhibhih saparyata.

 agnim dhibhir manisinah # RV.8.43.19a.

 agnim dhibhir havamahe # KS.21.13b.

 agnim dhibhih saparyata # RV.5.25.4d; 8.103.3d. Cf. agnim dhibhir namasyata.

 agnim dhisu prathamam agnim arvati # RV.8.71.12c.

 agnim naksanta (SV. naksantu) no girah # RV.8.103.1d; SV.1.47d; 2.865d.

 agnim na nagna upa sidad udhah # RV.10.61.9b.

 agnim na ma mathitam sam didipah # RV.8.48.6a. P: agnim na ma mathitam SS.14.53.6.

 agnim naras trisadhasthe sam idhire (SV.TS. indhate) # RV.5.11.2b; SV.2.259b; TS.; KS.39.14b.

 agnim naro janayata susevam # RV.3.29.5d.

 agnim naro didhitibhir aranyoh # RV.7.1.1a; SV.1.72a; 2.723a; KS.34.19a; 39.15a; AB.5.5.16; KB.22.7; 25.11; AA.; AS.8.12.2,26; SS.17.8.2; ApS.14.16.1a; MS.; -6.2.2a; N.5.10a. Ps: agnim naro didhitibhih VHDh.5.130; agnim narah AS.8.7.1; 8.4; 10.2.18; SS.10.5.2; 12.8; 13.20; 11.15.2; 14.54.5; LS.4.10.2; Rvidh.2.25.1; 31.6; Svidh.3.7.9; VHDh.5.407.

 agnim naro yamani badhitasah # RV.10.80.5b.

 agnim naro vi bharante grhe-grhe # RV.5.11.4b.

 agnipataye'gnaye me mrda # ApS.6.1.8.

 agnipataye'gnaye me viddhi # ApS.6.1.8.

 agnipitasya (soma deva te matividah) # ApS.13.14.14. Vikara of indrapitasya, or narasansapitasya ApS.12.24.7 ff. Cf. TS.

 agnibhyah # MS.3.1.10: 13.5. Doubtful mantra; cf. TS.

 agnibhyah prahriyamanebhyo'nubruhi # SB. Cf. agnaye pra, and agnibhyam pra.

 agnibhyah svistakrdbhyah svaha # KS.20.8.8. Cf. agnaye svistakrte svaha.

 agnibhyam prahriyamanabhyam anubruhi # KS.5.4.7. Cf. agnaye pra, and agnibhyah pra.

 agnibhrajaso vidyuto gabhastyoh # RV.5.54.11c.

 agnim agna a vaha # TS.; KB.3.3; 12.7; TB.; SB.; SS.1.5.2. Cf. agnim a vaha, and agna a vaha.

 agnim-agnim vah samidha duvasyata # RV.6.15.6a.

 agnim-agnim vo adhrigum # RV.8.60.17a; SS.14.55.1.

 agnim-agnim havimabhih # RV.1.12.2a; AV.20.101.2a; SV.2.141a; TS.; MS.4.10.1a: 143.11; SS.2.2.11; 3.5.1. P: agnim-agnim MS.4.10.5: 155.8.

 agnim-agnim # MS.

 agnim agnit tris-trih (MS. agnit trih) sammrddhi # TB.; MS. Cf. for this and the next two agnit paridhins, and agnid apas.

 agnim agnit sakrt-sakrt sammrddhi # TB. Cf. prec.

 agnim agnit sammrddhi # SB.;,41; 6.1.44; KS.3.1.12; 5.1. Cf. prec. but one.

 agnim agne # ApS.5.28.6.

 agnim agnau svaha # ApS.6.1.8; MS.; ApMB.2.15.14. Cf. agnaye svaha, and agnim svaha.

 agnim acha devayatam manansi # RV.5.1.4a.

 agnim atirugbhyam (MS. ati) # VS.25.3; MS.3.14.3: 178.10.

 agnim atyam na marjayanta narah # RV.7.3.5b.

 agnim adya hotaram avrnitayam yajamanah pacan paktih pacan purodasam grhnann agnaya ajyam grhnan somayajyam badhnann indragnibhyam chagam # MS.4.13.9: 211.5. P: agnim adya MS. Cf. sisena agnim adya.

 agnim ... purodasam badhnann indragnibhyam chagam # TB. P: agnim adya hotaram avrnita ApS.7.27.7.

 agnim ... (VSK. panktih) ... purodasam (VSK. purolasan) badhnann indraya chagam # VS.28.23; VSK.30.2.23.

 agnim ... (VSK. panktih) ... purodasam (VSK. purolasan) badhnann indraya vayodhase chagam # VS.28.46; VSK.30.4.46.

 agnim ... purodasan (VSK. purolasan) badhnann asvibhyam chagam sarasvatyai mesam indraya rsabham sunvann asvibhyam sarasvatya indraya sutramne surasoman # VS.21.59; VSK.23.58. P: agnim adya KS.12.6.30; 19.7.11. Cf. sisena agnim adya.

 agnim ... purodasan badhnan brhaspataye chagam # KS.19.13.

 agnim adya hotaram (commentary continues avrnitam imau yajamanau pacantau paktih pacantau purolasam badhnantav agnisomabhyam chagam [dviyajamanake]; and avrnateme yajamanah pacantah paktih pacantah purolasam badhnanto'gnisomabhyam chagam [bahuyajamanake]. The version of the formula [comm. suktavakapraisa: cf. AS.3.6.16] in the singular does not seem to be mentioned) # SS.5.20.5. Cf. the prec. six.

 agnim antar bharisyanti # VS.11.31c; TS.; KS.16.3c; SB. See agnim bharisyanti.

 agnim antas chadayasi # AV.9.3.14a.

 agnim annadam annadyayadadhe # VS.3.5c. See under annadam agnim.

 agnim anva rabhamahe # SV.1.91b; VS.9.26b; TS.; MS.1.11.4b: 164.12; KS.14.2b; SB.; ApS.24.12.7a. See agnim girbhir havamahe.

 agnim asvatthad adhi havyavaham # TB.; Vait.5.7c; ApS.5.8.5c.

 agnim astosy rgmiyam # RV.8.39.1a.

 agnim agnidhrat # ApS.11.19.8. Cf. agnir agnid, agnir agnidhrat and following, and agner agnidhram.

 agnim ajyasya vetu vaujhak # SB. See under agna ajyasya.

 agnim apo bibhraty agnir asmasu # AV.12.1.19b.

 agnim a vaha # KB.8.8; SB.;; TB.; SS.1.5.3; 5.11.4. P: agnim AS.1.3.8. Cf. agnim agna a vaha.

 agnim ichadhvam bharatah # TA.1.27.2b.

 agnim icha ruca tvam # VS.11.19b; TS.; MS.2.7.2b: 75.13; KS.16.2b; 19.3; SB.

 agnim ittha tirohitam # RV.3.9.5b.

 agnim indram vayodhasam # VS.28.24c; TB.

 agnim indram vrtrahana huve'ham (MS. hanam huvema) # AV.7.110.2d; MS.4.12.6d: 194.12. See agni indra.

 agnim indram brhaspatim # PG.3.4.8a.

 agnim indhano manasa # RV.8.102.22a; SV.1.19a.

 agnim indhita martyah # SV.1.82b. Cf. agnim idita.

 agnim indhe vivasvabhih # SV.1.19c. See agnim idhe.

 agnim iva jatam abhi samdhamami # AV.8.2.4b.

 agnim ida yajadhyai # RV.8.39.1b.

 agnim idisva yanturam # RV.8.19.2b; SV.2.1038b.

 agnim idisvavase (Vait. il) # RV.8.71.14a; AV.20.103.1a; SV.1.49a; Vait.39.8; 40.2.

 agnim idita martyah # RV.5.21.4b. Cf. agnim indhita.

 agnim iditadhvare havisman # RV.6.16.46b.

 agnim ide kavikratum # RV.3.27.12c.

 agnim idenyam kavim # RV.5.14.5a.

 agnim ide (SS.SG. ile) purohitam # RV.1.1.1a; ArS.3.4a; TS.; MS.4.10.5a: 155.1; KS.2.14a; GB.1.1.29a; AS.2.1.26; SS.6.4.1; 14.52.1; AG.3.5.6; SG.4.5.7; N.7.15a. P: agnim ide AS.4.13.7; LS.4.10.5; MS.; VHDh.5.429; 7.64; 8.250; Karmap.3.1.16. Cf. Rvidh.1.13.5; 16.1; 2.31.6; BDh.4.6.1.

 agnim ide (VSK. ile) purvacittim (TS. purvacittau) namobhih # VS.13.43b; VSK.14.4.6b; TS.; MS.2.7.17b: 102.4; KS.16.17b; SB.

 agnim ide bhujam yavistham # RV.10.20.2a.

 agnim ide vyustisu # RV.1.44.4d.

 agnim ide sa u sravat # RV.8.43.24c; 44.6c; SV.2.893c.

 agnim idhe vivasvabhih # RV.8.102.22c. See agnim indhe.

 agnim ile # see agnim ide.

 agnim ukthani vavrdhuh # RV.2.8.5b.

 agnim ukthair rsayo vi hvayante # RV.10.80.5a.

 agnimukhan somavato ye ca visve # TS.; KSA.3.1d.

 agnim u sresthasocisam # SV.2.764b. See agnim sre, and cf. agnim pavakasocisam.

 agnim usasam asvina dadhikram # RV.3.20.1a; BrhD.4.102.

 agnim usam na jarate havisman # RV.1.181.9b.

 agnim rtva te paranco vyathantam # AV.4.40.1c.

 agnim pade parame tasthivansam # RV.1.72.4d.

 agnim paristrnihi # Vait.2.7.

 agnim padam brahmana dharayanti # GB.1.5.24d.

 agnim pavakasocisam # RV.8.44.13b; SV.2.1062b. Cf. agnim sresthasocisam, and agnim u srestha.

 agnim pura tanayitnor acittat # RV.4.3.1c; SV.1.69c; TS.; MS.4.11.4c: 172.12; KS.7.16c.

 agnim purisyam angirasvad achemah # VS.11.16; TS.;; MS.2.7.2: 75.8; 3.1.3: 4.13; KS.16.1; 19.2; SB.; MS.6.1.1; ApS.16.2.6. P: agnim purisyam KS.16.2.11. Cf. agneh purisam etc.

 agnim purisyam angirasvad achehi # ApS.16.2.5. Cf. prthivyah sadhasthad agnim etc.

 agnim purisyam angirasvad abhara # MS.2.7.2: 75.8; 3.1.3: 4.11; MS.6.1.1. Cf. prthivyah sadhasthad agnim etc.

 agnim purisyam angirasvad bharamah # VS.11.47; TS.;; MS.2.7.4: 79.9; KS.16.1; SB.; ApS.16.3.13. P: agnim purisyam KS.16.3.13.

 agnim purisyam angirasvad bharisyamah # VS.11.16; TS.;; MS.2.7.2: 75.9; 3.1.3: 4.15; KS.16.1; SB.; ApS.16.2.7; MS.6.1.1. P: agnim purisyam KS.16.2.13.

 agnim purvasya sevasya # RV.10.20.7b.

 agnim prthivyam amrtasya jityai (AS. yonau) # AS.2.2.4b; SS.2.6.7b; ApS.6.1.8b; MS.; ApMB.2.15.14b.

 agnim pra nayami manasa sivena # SG.1.7.9a. Cf. agnim dadhami.

 agnim pratyaksadaivatam # RVKh.10.142.6b.

 agnim prayaty adhvare # RV.5.28.6b; 8.71.12b; TB.; SB.

 agnim brumo vanaspatin # AV.11.6.1a; Kaus.9.2,4.

 agnim bharantam (MS.KS. bharanta) asmayum # VS.11.13c; TS.; MS.2.7.2c: 75.4 (mss. asmayuh; Padap. asmayur); KS.16.1c; SB.

 agnim bharisyad aparavapistham # TS.

 agnim bharisyanti antah # MS.2.7.3c: 77.2; KS.16.3. See agnim antar.

 agnim bhrataram sadam it sakhayam # RV.10.7.3b.

 agnim manuso nahuso vi jatah # RV.10.80.6b.

 agnim manusya rsayah sam idhire # RV.10.150.4b.

 agnim manthanti vedhasah # RV.6.15.17b.

 agnim manthama purvatha # RV.3.29.1d.

 agnim mandram purupriyam # RV.8.43.31a.

 agnim manye pitaram agnim apim # RV.10.7.3a; AB.4.7.5; KB.25.10. P: agnim manye pitaram SS.11.13.5; 14.51.7.

 agnim martasa indhate # AV.12.1.20c.

 agnim maham avocama suvrktim # RV.10.80.7b.

 agnim maho dhanasatav aham huve # RV.10.150.4c.

 agnim mitram varunam sataye bhagam # RV.10.63.9c; TS.; TB.

 agnim mitram na ksitisu prasansyam # RV.2.2.3d.

 agnim mitram na darsatam # RV.1.38.13c.

 agnim mitram na samidhana rnjate # RV.1.143.7b; TB.; ApS.5.6.3b.

 agnim murdhanam divo apratiskutam # RV.3.2.14c.

 agnir-agnih # MS.

 agnir agnid agnidhrat # MS. Cf. under agnim ag.

 agnir agnisomau tam apanudantu yo'sman dvesti yam ca vayam dvismah # SS.4.9.5. Cf. agnisomau tam etc.

 agnir agre prathamo devatanam # TB.

 agnir anga vicetah sa pracetah # RV.10.79.4d. Cf. agnir id dhi.

 agnir ajaro'bhavat sahobhih # MS.2.7.8c: 84.11. See agnir amrto.

 agnir ajahitah praitu prathamo yajniyanam # MS.

 agnir ajvi gayatrena chandasa tam asyam tam anvarabhe tasmai mam avatu tasmai svaha # AS.6.5.2.

 agnir atyam raghusyadam # RV.5.25.6c; MS.4.11.1c: 159.12; KS.2.15c.

 agnir atrim gharma urusyad antah # RV.10.80.3c.

 agnir atrim bharadvajam gavisthiram # RV.10.150.5a.

 agnir adbhyo nir adahaj jarutham # RV.10.80.3b.

 agnir adhipatih # MS.2.8.14: 117.9. Cf. next, agnis te'dhipatih, agnir bhutanam adhipatih, and agnir viyatto.

 agnir adhi viyatto asyam # KS.39.3. Cf. under prec.

 agnir adhyaksah (TA. adhyaksah) # MS.4.9.11: 131.11; TA.4.11.5.

 agnir antah purusesu # AV.12.1.19c.

 agnir annasyannapatih # KS.5.1; 32.1.

 agnir annado'gner aham devayajyayannado bhuyasam # MS. See ApS.4.9.13.

 agnir annado'nnapatir annadyam asmin yajne mayi dadhatu (TB. yajne yajamanaya dadatu) svaha # TB.; SB.; KS.5.13.1.

 agnir apsam rtisaham # RV.6.14.4a.

 agnir amrto abhavad vayobhih (KS. sahobhih) # RV.10.45.8c; VS.12.1c,25c; TS.;; 2.2.4c; KS.16.8c,9c; SB.; ApMB.2.11.31c. See agnir ajaro.

 agnir asi prthivyam shritah, antariksasya pratistha, tvayidam antah, visvam yaksam visvam bhutam visvam subhutam, visvasya bharta visvasya janayita # TB.

 agnir asi vaisvanaro namas te'stu ma ma hinsih # LS.9.7.16.

 agnir asi vaisvanaro'si # TA.4.19.1; ApS.15.17.5.

 agnir asmi janmana jatavedah # RV.3.26.7a; ArS.3.12a; VS.18.66a; MS.4.12.5a: 192.9; AS.4.8.25; N.14.1,2a. P: agnir asmi MS.; Rvidh.2.1.13.

 agnir asyah prathamo jatavedah # MG.1.10.10a. See under agnir etu.

 agnir agnidhrat # KS.9.8.14. See next four, agnim agnidhrat, agnir agnid, and agner agnidhram.

 agnir agnidhrat tristubhah svargad rtuna somam pibatu # AV.20.2.2. See under prec.

 agnir agnidhrat svaha # VS.2.10,11; SB. (bis). See under prec. but one.

 agnir agnidhrad ayuse varcase jivatvai punyaya # TB. (bis); ApS.4.11.2 (bis). See under prec. but two.

 agnir agnidhre # VS.8.56; TS. See under prec. but three.

 agnir agnivaishnava asannah # KS.34.15.

 agnir acaryas tava (AG. tavasau) # SB.; AG.1.20.6; SG.2.3.1b; PG.2.2.20; HG.1.5.10c; ApMB.2.3.12 (ApG.4.10.12); MG.1.22.5 (preceded by asav); VaDh.7.6.

 agnir ajyasya vetu vaujhak # SB. See under agna ajyasya.

 agnir ajyasya vetu svaha # VS.6.16; SB. P: agnir ajyasya KS.6.6.17.

 agnir ayusman sa vanaspatibhir ayusman tena tvayusayusmantam karomi (KS. patibhir ayusmans tasyayam ayusayusman astv asau) # TS.; KS.11.7; PG.1.16.6; ApMB.2.14.5 (ApG.6.15.12). P: agnir ayusman TS.; ApS.19.24.11; HG.1.5.14; 2.4.18. Cf. next, and agner ayur asi.

 agnir ayus tasya manusya ayuskrtas tenayusayusman edhi # MS.2.3.4: 31.13; 2.3.5: 33.8. P: agnir ayuh MS. Cf. under prec.

 agnir asit purogavah # RV.10.85.8d; AV.14.1.8d.

 agnir iti bhasma vayur iti bhasma jalam iti bhasma sthalam iti bhasma vyomam iti bhasma sarvam ha va idam bhasma # SirasU.5. P: agnir iti bhasma KalagU.1 (stated in full by the comm., with variant vyometi). Cf. agner bhasmasi.

 agnir idam havir ajusata # TS.; MS.4.13.9: 212.4; KB.3.8; TB. (bis); SB. Cf. agnir hotrenedam etc., and agnihotrenedam etc., and see agnir havir ajusata, and idam havir ajusata. See also MS.

 agnir id dhi pracetah # RV.6.14.2a. Cf. agnir anga.

 agnir indras tvasta brhaspatih # TB.,7b; ApS.9.4.1b. See agnir hota prthivy, and agnihotram prthi.

 agnir indrah sajosasah # RV.9.5.11d.

 agnir indraya pavate # SV.2.1175a. P: agnir indraya LS.4.6.20.

 agnir indro navasya nah # TB.,4d.

 agnir indro brhaspatih # TS. Cf. akar agnir.

 agnir indro brhaspatir isanas ca (ApMB. brhaspatis ca) svaha # HG.1.15.1d; ApMB.2.22.4d. Cf. akar agnir, and AV.3.15.6.

 agnir indro varuno mitro aryama # RV.10.65.1a; KB.21.2; 24.9. P: agnir indrah SS.11.7.10; 9.11; 12.14.

 agnir iva kaksam dahati # SamhitopanisadB.3a. See dahaty agnir.

 agnir iva tejasa # SMB.2.4.14.

 agnir iva devayor didivansa # RV.10.106.3c.

 agnir iva manyo tvisitah sahasva # RV.10.84.2a; AV.4.31.2a; N.1.17. P: agnir iva N.1.4.

 agnir iva visvatah pratyan # TB.

 agnir ivanadhrsyah prthiviva susada bhuyasam # AA. Cf. anadhrsyo jataveda.

 agnir ivanudahann ihi # AV.2.25.4d.

 agnir ivarabdho vi dunoti sarvam # AV.5.18.4b.

 agnir ivaitu pratikulam # AV.5.14.13a.

 agnir isam sakhye dadatu nah # RV.8.71.13a.

 agnir idenyo (VSK. ilenyo) gira # RV.1.79.5b; 10.118.3b; SV.2.912b; VS.15.36b; VSK.16.5.18b; TS.; MS.2.13.8b: 157.11; KS.39.15b.

 agnir isana ojasa # TB.,4c; ApS.8.8.21c; 19.9c.

 agnir ise brhatah ksatriyasya # RV.4.12.3a; AS.4.1.23.

 agnir ise brhato adhvarasya # RV.7.11.4a.

 agnir ise vasavyasya # RV.4.55.8a; KS.7.16a.

 agnir ise vasunam # RV.1.127.7d.

 agnir ukthena vahasa # VS.26.8c; TS.; MS.3.16.4c: 189.13; KS.4.16c; AS.8.11.4c; SS.10.9.17c. See agnir ukthesv, and cf. agnir nah su.

 agnir ukthe purohitah # RV.8.27.1a; SV.1.48a; MS.4.12.1a: 178.13; KS.10.13a. P: agnir ukthe SS.10.11.8; MS. Cf. BrhD.6.68; GDh.23.28.

 agnir ukthesv anhasu # AV.6.35.2c. See agnir ukthena.

 agnir upadrasta vayur upasrotadityo'nukhyata sadhutam pratijanite sadhu asma astu vitatha esa enasah # ApDh. Cf. under tasya me'gnir.

 agnir rtuh surya rtus candrama rtuh # TB. P: agnir rtuh TB.; 10.4; ApS.19.12.14.

 agnir rsih pavamanah # RV.9.66.20a; SV.2.869a; VS.26.9a; VSK.29.39a; MS.1.5.1a: 66.10; AB.2.37.6; ApS.5.17.2a; TA.2.5.2a. P: agnir rsih MS.1.6.1: 86.11; 4.10.1: 143.8; MS.; MG.2.17.7.

 agnir rsim yah sahasra sanoti # RV.10.80.4b; TS.

 agnir ekam codayat samatsu # RV.10.80.2c.

 agnir ekaksaraya vacam udajayat # MS.1.11.10: 171.19; KS.14.4. See agnir ekaksarena.

 agnir ekaksarayodajayan mam (KS. ekaksaraya mam udajayad) imam prthivim # MS.1.11.10: 172.9; KS.14.4.

 agnir ekaksaram udajayat (KS. omits udajayat) # MS.1.11.10: 171.14; KS.14.4; MS.7.1.2.

 agnir ekaksarena pranam udajayat tam ujjesam # VS.9.31; SB. P: agnir ekaksarena KS.14.5.28. See next, and agnir ekaksaraya.

 agnir ekaksarena vacam ud ajayat # TS. P: agnir ekaksarena ApS.18.4.19. See under prec.

 agnir etu prathamo devatabhyah # SMB.1.1.10a. P: agnir etu prathamah GG.2.1.24; KhG.1.3.11. See agnir aitu, and agnir asyah.

 agnir enam kravyat prthivya nudatam ud osatu # AV.12.5.72a.

 agnir ena upajatu # RV.10.19.2d.

 agnir evavamo mrtyuh # TA.1.8.4c.

 agnir aitu prathamo devatanam # AG.1.13.6a (crit. notes); PG.1.5.11a; HG.1.19.7a; ApMB.1.4.7a (ApG.2.5.2). P: agnir aitu Rvidh.2.21.3 (see Introd. p. xxv). See under agnir etu.

 agnir ait pradahan visvadavyah # AV.10.8.39b.

 agnir garbha iva saye # AV.9.3.21e.

 agnir gandharvim pathyam rtasya # RV.10.80.6c.

 agnir garhapatyah # AV.12.2.44c.

 agnir garhapatyanam # MS.2.6.6: 67.11; KS.15.5. See agnir grhapatinam.

 agnir giro'vasa vetu dhitim # RV.1.77.4b.

 agnir grhapatir yajnasya pratistha tasyaham devayajyaya yajnena grhaih pratistham gameyam # MS.

 agnir grhapatih somo visvavanih savita sumedhah svaha # TS.

 agnir grhapatinam # VS.9.39; TS.; SB. See agnir garhapatyanam.

 agnir grhe jarita medhirah kavih # RV.10.100.6b.

 agnir ghrtebhir ahutah # RV.8.19.22d.

 agnir jajne juhva rejamanah # RV.3.31.3a.

 agnir janavin mahyam jayam imam adat # Kaus.78.10. Cf. agnaye janavide, and agnir janita.

 agnir janaya dasuse # RV.7.16.12d; SV.2.864d.

 agnir janita sa me'mum jayam dadatu svaha # SG.1.9.9. Cf. agnir janavin.

 agnir janmani deva a vi vidvan # RV.7.10.2c.

 agnir jambhais tigitair atti bharvati # RV.1.143.5c.

 agnir jagara tam ayam soma aha # RV.5.44.15c; SV.2.1177c.

 agnir jagara tam u samani yanti # RV.5.44.15b; SV.2.1177b.

 agnir jagara tam rcah kamayante # RV.5.44.15a; SV.2.1177a.

 agnir jataveda iha sravad iha somasya matsat # SS.8.24.1. Cf. agnir vaisvanara iha.

 agnir jatavedah somasya matsat # SS.8.24.1. Cf. agnir vaisvanarah somasya.

 agnir jata devanam # RV.8.39.6a.

 agnir jato atharvana # RV.10.21.5a; KB.22.6.

 agnir jato arocata # RV.5.14.4a; MS.4.10.2a: 146.5; MS.

 agnir jayatam # AB.8.28.12.

 agnir jusata no girah # RV.5.13.3a; 7.15.6b; SV.2.756a.

 agnir jyotih # KS.18.19.

 agnir jyotir jyotir agnih (with or without svaha) # SV.2.1181; VS.3.9; MS.1.6.10: 102.11; 1.8.1: 115.2; 1.8.5: 121.1; 2.7.16: 99.4; KS.40.6; AB.2.31.4; 32.1; 37.17; 5.31.4; KB.2.8; 14.1; JB.1.4; SB.1.4.9 (comm.); SB.,32,36; TB.; TA.4.10.5; 5.8.10; AS.2.3.16; 5.9.11; SS.2.9.1; 7.9.2; LS.1.8.14; ApS.6.10.8; 15.12.8; 16.23.10; MS. P: agnir jyotih KS.4.14.14; TB.; Karmap.3.1.16. See agnau jyotir.

 agnir jyotir jyotih suryah svaha # TB.; ApS.6.10.9. P: agnir jyotih TB.

 agnir jyotisa jyotisman # VS.13.40; TS.; KS.16.16; 17.4; SB. See agnis tejasa tejasvan.

 agnir dadati satpatim # RV.5.25.6a; MS.4.11.1a: 159.11; KS.2.15a. P: agnir dadati MS.4.14.16: 242.8.

 agnir dadatu tesam avo nah # RV.10.115.5d.

 agnir dadatu bhesajam # RVKh.10.142.1d. See agnis krnotu, and cf. agnir himasya.

 agnir dadaty atho tvam # HG.1.20.2d. See agnir mahyam atho.

 agnir dahatu duscitam # AV.12.5.61b.

 agnir dad (TS. da) dravinam virapesah # RV.10.80.4a; TS.

 agnir darau darav agnih # ApS.9.2.8; MS.3.2.9.

 agnir diva a tapati # AV.12.1.20a; Kaus.137.30.

 agnir divi havyam a tatana # RV.10.80.4c; TS.

 agnir disam patih prajapatih # KS.39.4. P: agnih TS.

 agnir diksitah prthivi diksa sa ma diksa diksayatu (JB. dikseta) taya diksaya dikse # JB.2.65 (64); ApS.10.10.6.

 agnir didaya manusisu viksu # RV.4.6.7d.

 agnir duto ajirah sam caratai # AV.3.4.3b. Cf. agnir no dutah.

 agnir duto abhavad dhavyavahanah # RV.5.11.4c.

 agnir devata rgvedasya # GB.1.5.25a.

 agnir devata # VS.14.20; TS.;;; 7.1; 4.10.1;; MS.1.5.4: 71.9; 1.5.11: 80.7; 2.6.10: 69.14; 2.7.20: 104.16; 2.8.3: 108.16; 2.13.14: 163.7; 2.13.20: 165.12; KS.7.2,9; 15.7; 17.3; 20.11; 39.4,7,13; TB.; ApS.6.18.3; 12.1.7; 16.28.1; 17.2.4; MS.; -6.2.3.

 agnir devatva visvany asyah # RV.1.69.6b.

 agnir devan anaktu nah # RV.8.39.1c.

 agnir devanam jatharam # TB.

 agnir devanam abhavat purogah # RV.10.110.11b; AV.5.12.11b; VS.29.36b; MS.4.13.5b: 205.5; KS.16.20b; TB.; N.8.21b.

 agnir devanam abhavat purohitah # RV.3.2.8d. Cf. agnir devo devanam.

 agnir devanam ava avrnanah # RV.4.1.20c; VS.33.16c; TB.

 agnir deveddhah # AB.2.34.1; AS.5.9.12; SS.7.9.3. Cf. agnir manviddhah, and agne deveddha manviddha etc.

 agnir devebhir a gamat # RV.3.10.4b.

 agnir devebhir rtavajasrah # RV.10.6.2b; MS.4.14.15b: 241.8.

 agnir devebhir manusas ca jantubhih # RV.3.3.6a.

 agnir devebhyah suvidatriyebhyah (TA. suvidatrebhyah) # RV.10.17.3d; AV.18.2.54d; TA.6.1.1d; N.7.9d.

 agnir devesu patyate # RV.8.102.9b; SV.2.298b.

 agnir devesu pra voca # MS.4.9.11: 132.11.

 agnir devesu rajati # RV.5.25.4a; AS.9.5.5.

 agnir devesu samvasuh # RV.8.39.7a.

 agnir devo dustaritur adabhyah (MS.KS. adabdhah) # TS.; MS.3.16.4c: 187.15; KS.22.14c; AS.4.12.2c.

 agnir devo devanam abhavat purohitah # RV.10.150.4a. Cf. agnir devanam abhavat.

 agnir devo daivyo (omitted in ApS.) hota devan yaksad vidvans cikitvan manusvad bharatavad amuvad amuvat (SB. omits amuvad amuvat) # SB.; KS.3.2.7; ApS.2.16.5; MS.

 agnir daivinam (SB.KS. ha daivinam) visam puraetayam (MS. yam sunvan) yajamano manusyanam # SB.; KS.6.4.3; ApS.11.19.8; MS. P: agnir daivinam visam puraeta MS.3.9.8: 127.3; agnir ha daivinam KS.9.8.15. Cf. the uha ApS.11.19.9.

 agnir daivinam visam puraeteme sunvanto yajamana manusyanam # MS.7.2.1. Uha of prec.

 agnir dyavaprthivi bhuriretasa # RV.3.3.11d; TS.

 agnir dyavaprthivi visvajanye # RV.3.25.3a.

 agnir dvara vy urnute # RV.8.39.6d.

 agnir dvara vy rnvati # RV.1.128.6g; TB. (text urnvati; schol. rnvati).

 agnir dvitiye # VS.39.6.

 agnir dvihota sa bharta sa me dadatu prajam pasun pustim yasah bharta ca me bhuyat # TA.3.7.1.

 agnir dvesansi nir ito nudatai # TB.; ApS.4.6.3d.

 agnir dharmenannadah # TB.

 agnir dhiya sa cetati # RV.3.11.3a.

 agnir dhiya sam rnvati # RV.3.11.2c; VS.22.16c; TS.; MS.4.10.1c: 144.1; KS.19.14c.

 agnir na idita iditavyair devaih parthivaih patu # KS.35.2; ApS.14.17.1.

 agnir nah patu krttikah # TB.

 agnir nah (VSK. ma) patu duritad avadyat # VS.4.15e; VSK.4.5.7e; SB. See apa badhatam.

 agnir nah parthivebhyah # RV.10.158.1c.

 agnir na jambhais trsv annam avayat # RV.10.113.8d.

 agnir nayan navavastvam brhadratham # RV.1.36.18c.

 agnir na ye bhrajasa rukmavaksasah # RV.10.78.2a; N.3.15.

 agnir na yo vana a srjyamanah # RV.9.88.5a.

 agnir na sukrah samidhana ahutah # RV.8.25.19c.

 agnir na suskam vanam indra hetih # RV.6.18.10a; SS.14.29.8.

 agnir nah satrun praty etu vidvan # AV.3.1.1a. P: agnir nah satrun Kaus.14.17. Cf. agnir no dutah, and agnir hy esam.

 agnir nas tasmad indras ca # MS.4.14.17c: 245.8. See agnir ma tasmad etc.

 agnir nas tasmad enasah # MS.1.10.3c: 143.2; 4.14.17c: 245.2; KS.9.6c; MS. See agnir ma tasmad etc., agnis tva tasmad etc., and ayam tasmad.

 agnir nas tebhyo raksatu # MS.1.4.3c (bis): 49.6,8; KS.5.6. Cf. agnir ma tebhyo.

 agnir nah sustutir upa # AV.6.35.1c; VS.18.72c; AS.8.11.4c; SS.2.5.3c. Cf. agnir ukthena.

 agnir nadidec cita iddho ajmann a # RV.1.112.17b.

 agnir narim virakuksim puramdhim # RV.10.80.1d.

 agnir nrmedham prajayasrjat sam # RV.10.80.3d.

 agnir neta bhaga iva ksitinam # RV.3.20.4a; KB.15.2. P: agnir neta AB.3.18.7; 4.29.10; 31.8; 5.1.15; 4.12; 6.9; 12.7; 16.12; 18.10; 20.10; AA.; AS.5.14.17; SS.7.19.12.

 agnir no dutah praty etu vidvan # AV.3.2.1a. P: agnir no dutah Kaus.14.17. Cf. agnir nah satrun, agnir duto ajirah, and agnir hy esam.

 agnir no devah suvite dadhatu # TB.

 agnir no navyasim matim # AS.2.15.2b; SS.10.10.8b.

 agnir no yajnam upa vetu sadhuya # RV.5.11.4a.

 agnir no vanate (VSK. vanute; SV.TS.KS. vansate) rayim # RV.6.16.28c; SV.1.22c; VS.17.16c; VSK.18.2.1c; TS.; MS.2.10.2c: 132.17; KS.18.1c.

 agnir no havyavahanah # RV.5.25.4c.

 agnir babhuva savasa sumadrathah # RV.3.3.9b.

 agnir brahmagnir yajno vanaspatir yajniyah # VS.4.11; SB. P: agnir brahma KS.7.4.15.

 agnir brahma nrsadane vidharta # RV.7.7.5b.

 agnir bhagah savitedam jusantam # MS.3.5.13a. Cf. dhata ratih savitedam.

 agnir bhavann uttamo rocananam # RV.3.5.10b.

 agnir bhanuna rusata svangah # RV.10.1.1c; VS.12.13c; TS.; MS.2.7.8c: 85.15; KS.16.8c; SB.

 agnir bhuvad rayipati rayinam # RV.1.60.4d; 72.1c; TS.

 agnir bhutanam adhipatih sa mavatu # TS.; PG.1.5.10; HG.1.3.10. See agnir adhipatih, and cf. agne prthivipate, and agne prthivya adhipate.

 agnir bhumyam osadhisu # AV.12.1.19a; Kaus.137.30. P: agnir bhumyam Kaus.2.41; 120.5.

 agnir bhuyistha ity anyo abravit # RV.1.161.9b.

 agnir mandro madhuvaca rtava # RV.4.6.5b; 7.7.4d.

 agnir mandro vidathesu pracetah # RV.4.6.2b.

 agnir manyum pratinudan purastat # TS.; KS.40.10a. See agne manyum.

 agnir manviddhah # AB.2.34.2; SS.7.9.3. Cf. agnir deveddhah, and under agne deveddha manviddha etc.

 agnir martesv avisan # RV.5.25.4b.

 agnir mahah saubhagasya # RV.4.55.8b; KS.7.16b.

 agnir mahi rodasi a vivesa # RV.10.80.2b.

 agnir mahyam atho imam # RV.10.85.41d; AV.14.2.4d; SMB.1.1.7d; PG.1.14.16d; ApMB.1.3.2d; MG.1.10.10d. See agnir dadaty.

 agnir mahyam pred u vocan manisam # RV.4.5.3d.

 agnir ma gopta pari patu visvatah # AV.17.1.30a.

 agnir magninavatu pranayapanayayuse varcasa ojase tejase svastaye subhutaye svaha # AV.19.45.6.

 agnir ma tatra nayatu # AV.19.43.1c.

 agnir ma tasmad anrnam krnotu # TA.2.6.2e (bis). See agnis tad dhota.

 agnir ma tasmad indras ca # TA.2.4.1c. See agnir nas tasmad etc.

 agnir ma tasmad enasah # AV.7.64.2c; VS.20.14c; TS.;; MS.3.11.10c: 157.2; KS.38.5c; TB.;,3d,3c,4c (bis),5c,5d; TA.2.3.1d; 6.2c; AS.2.7.11c; SS.4.17.12c; KS.25.9.12c; ApS.3.12.1c; Kaus.44.17c; SMB.2.2.11c. Cf. agnir nas tasmad, agnis tva tasmad, and ayam tasmad.

 agnir ma tebhyo raksatu # TS.; KS.5.6c. Cf. agnir nas tebhyo.

 agnir ma duristat patu savitaghasansat # TS.; MS. P: agnir ma duristat patu ApS.4.10.2.

 agnir ma patu duritad etc. # see agnir nah etc.

 agnir ma patu vasubhih purastat # AV.19.17.1a.

 agnir mam patu manusam # MS.

 agnir mitro varunah sarma yansan # RV.1.136.7c.

 agnir mukham # TAA.10.35.

 agnir mukham prathamo devatanam # KS.4.16a; AB.1.4.8; AS.4.2.3a. P: agnir mukham AS.4.1.11.

 agnir murdha divah kakut # RV.8.44.16a; SV.1.27a; 2.882a; VS.3.12a; 13.14a; 15.20a; TS.; 7.1;; MS.1.5.1a: 65.8; 1.5.5 (bis): 73.7,8; 1.7.4: 113.4; KS.6.9a; 7.4; 9.2; SB.;;; TB.; 12.3.4; YDh.1.299. P: agnir murdha TS.;; MS.1.5.6: 74.3; 2.13.7: 155.13; 4.10.1: 141.1; 4.10.3: 149.9; KS.7.5; 12.14; 20.14,15; 39.14; 40.14; TB.; AS.1.6.1; 2.10.11 (comm.); SS.1.8.4; 2.5.16; 14.52.10; KS.17.12.5; MS.; -; -; -; ApS.5.28.11; 16.22.6; 17.4.10; 10.6; 20.13.4; Svidh.1.7.11; BrhPDh.9.64,306.

 agnir mrtyuh # SS.16.12.18. Comm. evamadikah sakhantarokta apriyah.

 agnir me gopta marutas ca sarve # AV.11.1.33c.

 agnir me daksam dadhatu # AV.16.4.7.

 agnir me daivo hota tvam manusah # SS.5.1.6. See agnir me hota, agnir me hota sa me hota, agnir me hota sa mopahvayatam, agnir hota sa, and cf. agnir hotaham manusah.

 agnir medham dadhatu me # AV.19.43.1d. Cf. medham indras cagnis ca.

 agnir me vaci shritah, vag hrdaye, hrdayam mayi, aham amrte, amrtam brahmani # TB.

 agnir me hota # SB.2.10; ApS.10.1.14. See under agnir me daivo.

 agnir me hota sa me devayajanam dadatu # SB.2.10.

 agnir me hota sa me hota hotaram tvamum vrne # AG.1.23.8. See under agnir me daivo.

 agnir me hota sa mopahvayatam # SB.2.5. See under agnir me daivo, and cf. agnaya upahvayadhvam.

 agnir yachatu samtama # RV.3.13.4b.

 agnir yajurbhih # MS.1.9.2: 132.1; 1.9.8: 139.7; KS.9.10; TA.3.8.1; ApS.10.3.6; MS.

 agnir yajurbhih pusa svagakarais ta imam yajnam avantu te mam avantu anu va arabhe'nu marabhadhvam svaha # KS.35.2; ApS.14.17.1.

 agnir yajnam trivrtam saptatantum # AVP. fol. 99a, pada c (cf. Vait. critical notes, p. 65); GB.1.1.12; Vait.10.17c. Cf. agnir vidvan yajnam, and pancayamam.

 agnir yajnasya havyavat # RV.3.27.5c; MS.4.10.1c: 141.7; KS.40.14c; TB.

 agnir yajnasyadhvarasya cetati # RV.1.128.4b.

 agnir yajnesu jenyo na vispatih # RV.1.128.7b.

 agnir yad rodhati ksami # RV.8.43.6c; KS.7.16c.

 agnir yad ver martaya devan # RV.1.77.2c.

 agnir yava indro yavah somo yavah # AV.9.2.13.

 agnir yastedam namah # KS.1.12; 31.11. See agne yastar.

 agnir yunaktu tapasa # PB.1.3.5a. P: agnir yunaktu LS.2.1.1.

 agnir yena virajati # RVKh.10.128.12a; ApS.6.23.1a.

 agnir vatsah # KS.39.8; ApS.16.32.4.

 agnir vanaspatir indro vasuman rudravan adityavan rbhuman vibhuman vajavan brhaspatiman visvadevyavan somas tam apanudantu # KS.10.7.14. Cf. agner vanaspater etc.

 agnir vanaspatinam adhipatih sa mavatu # AV.5.24.2. P: agnir vanaspatinam Vait.8.13.

 agnir vane na vy asrsta sokam # RV.10.31.9d; AV.18.1.39d.

 agnir vaneva vata it # RV.8.40.1e.

 agnir vaneva sasahih pra vavrdhe # RV.8.12.9c.

 agnir vanesu rocate # RV.8.43.8c.

 agnir vandaru vedyas cano dhat # RV.6.4.2b; MS.4.14.15b: 241.6.

 agnir varutham mama tasya cakan # RV.1.148.2b.

 agnir varco jyotir varcah svaha # VS.3.9; SB. (without svaha). P: agnir varcah KS.4.14.15.

 agnir vavne suviryam # RV.1.36.17a.

 agnir vajasya paramasya rayah # RV.4.12.3b.

 agnir vamam suvitam vasyo acha # RV.1.141.12d.

 agnir vayur adityah # ApS.7.7.2a.

 agnir vayus ca suryas ca # TA.1.1.2c; 21.1c; 25.2c; BDh.3.2.8c.

 agnir vayuh suryo vasat svaha namah # TS.

 agnir viksu pra sasyate # RV.5.17.4d.

 agnir vidvan rtacid dhi satyah # RV.1.145.5d.

 agnir vidvan yajnam nah kalpayati # RV.10.52.4c. Cf. agnir yajnam.

 agnir vidvan sa yajat sed u hota (AV.Kaus. sa id dhota) # RV.10.2.3c; AV.19.59.3c; TS.; MS.4.10.2c: 147.10; KS.2.15c; SB.; Kaus.5.12c.

 agnir vidhyatv astaya # AV.5.31.12d.

 agnir vibhrajate ghrtaih # RV.8.43.22b.

 agnir vibhrastivasanah # TA.1.12.3a.

 agnir viyatto'syam # TS. Cf. under agnir adhipatih.

 agnir visam manusinam # TB. See visam agnir.

 agnir visvam virajati # KS.39.15d.

 agnir visvasya rajati # KS.39.15c.

 agnir visvasya havisah krtasya # RV.7.11.4b.

 agnir visvani kavyani vidvan # RV.3.1.18d. Cf. mandro visvani.

 agnir visvany apa duskrtani # RV.10.164.3c; AV.6.45.2c.

 agnir visam aher nir adhat # AV.10.4.26c.

 agnir viram srutyam karmanistham # RV.10.80.1b.

 agnir vrtrani janghanat # RV.6.16.34a; SV.1.4a; 2.746a; VS.33.9a; TS.;; MS.4.10.1a: 140.9; 4.10.2: 145.7; 4.10.5: 154.1; 4.11.2: 163.10; 4.13.5: 205.7; KS.2.14a; 20.14; AB.1.4.6; 25.9; KB.1.4; TB.; AS.1.5.29; 4.8.8; ApS.17.7.4; MS.; - Ps: agnir vrtrani SS.1.8.1; 14.52.5,9; agnir vrtreti (!) Svidh.2.6.14.

 agnir vrtrani dayate puruni # RV.10.80.2d.

 agnir veda martanam apicyam # RV.8.39.6b.

 agnir vedhastama rsih # RV.6.14.2b.

 agnir vai ketadityah suketa tau prapadye tabhyam namo'stu tau ma purastad gopayetam # PG.3.4.14.

 agnir vai nah padavayah # AV.5.18.14a.

 agnir vaisvanara iha sravad iha somasya matsat # SS.8.22.1. Cf. next but one, and agnir jataveda iha.

 agnir vaisvanarah saha pantya shritah # AV.13.3.5b.

 agnir vaisvanarah somasya matsat # SS.8.22.1. Cf. prec. but one, and agnir jatavedah somasya.

 agnir vaisvanaro apahantu papam # MG.2.8.6b.

 agnir vaisvanaro brhan (AV. vrsa; AB.AS. mahan) # AV.4.36.1b; VS.33.92b; AB.5.19.15; AS.8.10.3b; SS.10.11.9b.

 agnir vo hvayati devayajyayai # ApS.2.4.2.

 agnir ha tyam jaratah karnam ava # RV.10.80.3a.

 agnir ha dati roma prthivyah # RV.1.65.8b.

 agnir ha daivinam etc. # see agnir daivinam etc.

 agnir ha daivo hota manusad dhotuh purvo nisadya yajate # KB.26.6.

 agnir ha nah prathamaja rtasya # RV.10.5.7c.

 agnir ha nama dhayi dann apastamah # RV.10.115.2a.

 agnir ha namota jatavedah # RV.10.61.14c.

 agnir havir ajusata # SS.1.14.6,8. See under agnir idam.

 agnir havih (so RV.KS.; the rest havyam) samita sudayati (AV. svadayatu) # RV.3.4.10b; 7.2.10b; AV.5.27.11c; VS.27.21c; TS.; MS.2.12.6c: 150.19; KS.18.17b. Cf. agnir havyani, and agnir havya susudati.

 agnir havih sudayati pra dhibhih # RV.2.3.10b.

 agnir havyam samita etc. # see agnir havih etc.

 agnir havyavad iha tan avahatu # TB.; ApS.4.1.8c.

 agnir havyani sisvadat # RV.1.188.10c. Cf. under agnir havih samita.

 agnir havyanumanyatam (MS. havya no ma) # TB.; ApS.2.10.4b; MS.

 agnir havyany akramit # RV.4.15.3b; SV.1.30b; VS.11.25b; TS.; MS.1.1.9b: 5.7; KS.16.2b,21b; 38.12b; TB.

 agnir havya susudati # RV.1.105.14c; 142.11c. Cf. under agnir havih samita.

 agnir hi jani purvyah # RV.8.7.36a.

 agnir hi devan amrto duvasyati # RV.3.3.1c.

 agnir himasya bhesajam # VS.23.10c,46c; TS.; MS.3.12.19c: 166.3; KSA.4.7c; AS.10.9.2c; SS.16.5.4c. Cf. agnir dadatu bhesajam, and agnis krnotu bhesajam.

 agnir hi vajinam vise # RV.5.6.3a; SV.2.1088a; KS.39.13a; TB.; ApS.16.35.5a.

 agnir hi vidmana nidah # RV.6.14.5a.

 agnir hi vipro jusatam havir nah # RV.10.165.2c; AV.6.27.2c; MG.2.17.1c.

 agnir hetinam pratidharta # VS.15.10; TS.; MS.2.8.9: 113.5; KS.17.8; SB.

 agnir hota # MS.1.9.1: 131.7; TA.3.3.1; SS.10.16.4; MS.

 agnir hota # AS.4.13.7. Pratika of one of the following RV. mantras.

 agnir hota kavikratuh # RV.1.1.5a.

 agnir hota grhapatih sa raja # RV.6.15.13a; MS.4.13.10a: 213.14; AB.4.7.4,8; 5.8.14; KB.23.3; TB.; AS.1.10.5; 6.5.6; 8.8.6. P: agnir hota grhapatih SS.1.15.4; 9.20.7; 26.3; 10.6.19.

 agnir hota grhapatih suviryam # RV.10.122.1d.

 agnir hota dasvatah # RV.5.9.2a.

 agnir hotadhvaryus te brhaspatih # AV.18.4.15a.

 agnir hota ni sasada yajiyan # RV.5.1.5d; TS.;; MS.2.7.3d: 77.18; KS.16.3d. Cf. agnir hota ny asidad, and hota mandro ni.

 agnir hota no adhvare # RV.4.15.1a; MS.4.13.4a: 203.1; KS.16.21a; 38.12a; AB.2.5.2; KB.28.2; TB.; AS.4.13.7; SS.5.16.8. P: agnir hota nah AS.3.2.9; MS.

 agnir hota ny asidad yajiyan # RV.5.1.6a; MS.4.11.1a: 162.4; KS.2.15a; 7.16; AB.7.9.7; AS.3.13.12. P: agnir hota MS. Cf. agnir hota ni sasada.

 agnir hota purohitah # RV.3.11.1a; KS.2.15a; KB.26.17; AS.2.1.21; SS.6.4.1; 10.11.9.

 agnir hota prthivy antariksam # AS.3.10.31b; ApS.9.18.12b. See agnir indras tvasta.

 agnir hota vetv agnir (AS. agner) hotram vetu pravitram sadhu te yajamana devata # AS.1.4.10; SS.1.6.14. Cf. next two, and agne vihi.

 agnir hota vetv agnir hotram vetu pravitram smo vayam sadhu te yajamana devata # TB. In fragments: agnir hota, smo vayam, sadhu te yajamana devata TS. Cf. prec. and next.

 agnir hota vettv agner hotram vettu pravitram sadhu te yajamana devata # SB. P: agnir hota KS.3.2.15. Cf. prec. two.

 agnir hotasvinadhvaryu (SS. asvinav adhvaryu) # MS.1.9.1: 131.7; TA.3.3.1; SS.10.16.4.

 agnir hota sa me hota # ApS.10.3.1; MS. Cf. under agnir me daivo.

 agnir hotaham manusah # AS.1.3.23. See agnis te hota, and cf. agnir me daivo.

 agnir hota hastagrhya ninaya # RV.10.109.2d; AV.5.17.2d.

 agnir hotopa tam huve # KS.4.14a; 31.15. See agnim hotaram iha.

 agnir hotrenedam (SS. hotrena) havir ajusata # MS.4.13.9: 212.8; SB.; SS.1.14.15. Cf. agnir idam, and agnihotrenedam.

 agnir hy antar apas ca # AV.9.3.22c.

 agnir hy esam dutah praty etu vidvan # AV.3.1.2d. Cf. agnir nah satrun, and agnir no dutah.

 agnivarnam subham saumyam # RVKh.10.127.8a.

 agnivayucandrasuryah prayascittayo yuyam devanam prayascittayah stha # SMB.1.4.5. Cf. GG.2.5.3.

 agnivasah prthivy asitajnuh # AV.12.1.21a; GB.1.2.9 (text, 1.2.8); Kaus.137.30.

 agnis ca gharmas ca # MS.2.11.6: 143.11; 3.4.2: 46.3; KS.21.11. Cf. agnis ca me gharmas.

 agnis ca jatavedas ca # TA.1.9.1a; 12.4d.

 agnis ca tat savita ca # GB.1.2.7c; Vait.12.8c. See agnis tat somah.

 agnis ca dahatam prati # AV.3.1.3d (Roth and Whitney's edition agnis); SV.2.1215d. See agnis ca etc.

 agnis ca deva suryesam urjam dadhatana # KS.2.2.

 agnis ca prthivi ca samnate te me samnamatam adah # VS.26.1. Cf. under agnaye sam anamat.

 agnis ca ma (MS. ma) apas ca me # VS.18.14; TS.;; MS.2.11.5: 142.7; KS.18.10. Cf. agnis capas ca.

 agnis ca ma (MS. ma) indras ca me # VS.18.16; TS.; MS.2.11.5: 142.11; KS.18.10.

 agnis ca ma manyus ca manyupatayas ca manyukrtebhyah papebhyo raksantam # TA.10.24.1; MahanU.14.3. P: agnis ca ma manyus ca VaDh.23.23.

 agnis ca me gharmas ca me # VS.18.22; TS.;; KS.18.11; SB. Cf. agnis ca gharmas ca.

 agnis ca yan maruto visvavedasah # RV.5.60.7a.

 agnis ca visno tapa uttamam mahah # AB.1.4.8; TB.; AS.4.2.3a.

 agnis ca soma sakratu adhattam # RV.1.93.5b; TS.; MS.1.5.1b (only in Padap.: see p. 65, note 6); 4.10.1b: 144.14; KS.4.16b; AB.2.9.5b; TB.; Kaus.5.1b.

 agnis ca havyavahanah # AV.7.20.1c; VS.34.9c; TS.; MS.3.16.4c: 189.11; AS.4.12.2c; SS.9.27.2c; SMB.2.2.19c.

 agnis capas ca # MS.3.4.1: 45.6; KS.21.11. Cf. agnis ca ma apas.

 agnis citrena karmana # RV.8.39.5b.

 agnis cid dhi smatase susukvan # RV.1.169.3c. Cf. agnih socisman.

 agnis cedam karisyathah # VS.11.68c; TS.; MS.2.7.7d: 82.14; KS.16.7c; SB.

 agnishriyo maruto visvakrstayah # RV.3.26.5a; TB. P: agnishriyah ApS.22.27.9.

 agnih sariram vevestu # AV.2.12.8c.

 agnih sariram sacate yadaidhah # AV.12.3.2c.

 agnih sardham anavadyam yuvanam # RV.1.71.8c; VS.33.11c; TS.; MS.4.4.15c: 240.8.

 agnih santih # TA.4.42.5.

 agnih sukrena socisa # RV.8.56 (Val.8).5c; KS.39.15c. Cf. agnim sukrena, agnis tigmena, vrsa sukrena, and usah sukrena.

 agnih sucivratatamah # RV.8.44.21a; TS.; 5.5.3a; MS.1.5.1a: 66.18; 4.10.1: 143.13; 4.10.2: 147.12; KS.19.14; 40.14a; AB.7.7.3; SB.; AS.2.1.25; SS.2.2.10.

 agnih srnge davidhvat # RV.8.60.13b.

 agnih socisman atasany usnan # RV.2.4.7c. Cf. agnis cid dhi.

 agnih sraddham ca medham ca # SG.2.10.6a.

 agnis krnotu bhesajam # AV.6.106.3d. See agnir dadatu bhesajam, and cf. agnir himasya.

 agnis ta (Padap. tan) agre pramumoktu devah # MS.1.2.15c: 25.6. See agnis tan agre.

 agnis ta ayuh prataram krnotu (ApMB. dadhatu) # ApMB.2.4.4a (ApG.4.11.6); HG.1.7.11a. Cf. agnis te pustim.

 agnis tac chocann apa badhatam itah # RV.7.50.2c.

 agnis tat punar abharat (SB. abhriyat) # SB.; SS.1.6.2c; ApS.24.12.6d.

 agnis tat sarvam sundhatu # KS.35.4c (bis); ApS.9.17.4c,5c. See agnis tad raksatu.

 agnis tat somah prthivi # ApS.10.13.11c. See agnis ca tat.

 agnis tat svistakrd vidvan # SB.; BrhU.6.4.24c; ApS.3.12.1c (bis); AG.1.10.23c; HG.1.3.7c; ApG.1.2.7c.

 agnis tad ahar nirrter upasthat # AV.7.53.3c.

 agnis tad dhota kratuvid vijanan (KB. jananam) # RV.10.2.5c; KB.26.6c; TB.; ApS.3.12.1c.

 agnis tad dhota suhutam krnotu # AV.6.71.1d,2d; 10.9.26d. See agnir ma tasmad anrnam.

 agnis tad raksatu # MS.3.5.15c. See agnis tat sarvam.

 agnis tad visvam a prnati (AV. prnatu) vidvan # RV.10.2.4c; AV.19.59.2c; TS.; MS.4.10.2c: 147.7; KS.35.9c.

 agnis tad visvad agadam (TA. anrnam) krnotu # RV.10.16.6c; AV.18.3.55c; TA.6.4.2c.

 agnis tapati pratidahaty ahavo'havah # SB.; P: agnis tapati LS.2.12.1.

 agnis tam brahmana saha # RV.10.162.2c; AV.20.96.12c; MG.2.18.2c.

 agni stave dama a jatavedah # RV.6.12.4b; 7.12.2b; SV.2.655b.

 agnis tan (TS.KS.TA. agnis tan) agre pra mumoktu devah # AV.2.34.3c; TS.; KS.30.8c; TA.3.11.11c. See agnis ta agre, and cf. vayus tan.

 agnis tan (VS. tan; AS. tal) lokat pra nudaty (AS. nudatv [!]; SMB. nudatv) asmat # VS.2.30d; SB.; AS.2.6.2d; SS.4.4.2d; ApS.1.8.7d (bis); SMB.2.3.4d. See next two, and cf. agne tan asmat.

 agnis tan asmat pra nunottu lokat # MS. See prec. and next.

 agnis tan asmat pra dhamati yajnat # AV.18.2.28d. See prec. two.

 agnis ta visva bhuvanani veda # RV.3.55.10c.

 agnis te agram # see agnis te'gram.

 agnis te gopa adhipa vasisthah # AV.7.53.2d.

 agnis te tanvam ma vinait # MS. See agnis te tanuvam, and cf. agnis te tvacam.

 agnis te tejah prayachatv indra indriyam pitryam bandhutam # MS.2.2.5: 18.20. P: agnis te tejah MS.

 agnis te tejo ma harsit (MS. vinait) # AS.2.3.4; MS. See agnis te tejo.

 agnis te tvacam ma hinsit # VS.1.22; SB. P: agnis te KS.2.5.21. Cf. under agnis te tanvam.

 agnis te (TS. agnis te) 'dhipatih # VS.13.24; TS.; MS.2.7.16: 99.9; KS.17.10; SB. Cf. agnir adhipatih, and agnir bhutanam adhipatih.

 agnis te ni samayatu # AV.6.111.2a.

 agnis te pustim prataram dadhatu # ApMB.2.4.4b; HG.1.7.11b. Cf. agnis ta ayuh.

 agnis te mulam ma hinsit # PG.3.15.21a.

 agnis te hastam agrabhit (SMB. agrahit) # ApMB.2.3.3 (ApG.4.10.12); HG.1.5.9; SMB.1.6.15a. Cf. GG.2.10.20.

 agnis te hota sa te hota hotaham te manusah # AG.1.23.16. See agnir hotaham, and cf. agnir me daivo.

 agnistoma ukthyo'tiratro dviratras triratras chaturatrah # TB. P: agnistoma ukthyah TB.; 10.4; ApS.19.12.14. Cf. a magnistomo, and ukthyas catiratras.

 agnistomas tad adhvarah # AV.11.7.7b.

 agnistome parvasah sadhu klptam # GB.1.5.23b.

 agnistomaih sammito devatabhih # AV.12.3.33b.

 agnistomo'tyagnistomah # GB.1.5.23a. Cf. AS.6.11.1; KS.10.9.28; GDh.8.20.

 agnis tva gayatrya sayuk chandasarohatu savitosniha somo'nustubha brhaspatir brhatya mitravarunau panktyendras tristubha visve deva jagatya # AB.8.6.3.

 agnis tva tasmad enasah # AV.14.2.59d-62d. Cf. agnir ma tasmad etc., agnir nas tasmad etc., and ayam tasmad.

 agnis tva duto dhanvaty acha # RV.3.53.4d.

 agnis tva devair vasubhih sajosah # VS.29.3c; TS.; MS.3.16.2c: 184.3; KSA.6.2c.

 agnis tvabhi (TS. agnis tvabhi) patu mahya svastya chardisa samtamena # VS.13.19; TS.; MS.2.8.14: 117.19; KS.39.3; SB.

 agnis tva vasubhih purastad rocayatu (TA. adds gayatrena chandasa) # MS.4.9.5: 125.4; TA.4.6.1; 5.5.1.

 agnis tva (TS.KS. agnis tva) shrinatu # VS.6.18; TS.; MS.1.2.17: 27.2; KS.3.7; SB.

 agnis tva hvayati # MS.4.1.14: 19.3; MS. See agnis tva etc.

 agnisvatta rtavrdhah # MS.4.10.6a: 157.6; KS.21.14a.

 agnisvatta rtubhih samvidanah # TB.; ApS.8.15.17c.

 agnisvattah pathibhir devayanaih # VS.19.58b.

 agnisvattah pitara (MS. pitara) eha gachata # RV.10.15.11a; AV.18.3.44a; VS.19.59a; TS.; MS.4.10.6a: 157.10; KS.21.14a; AS.2.19.22a. Ps: agnisvattah pitarah TB.; Vait.9.8; ApS.8.15.17; Kaus.87.27; agnisvattah SS.3.16.7; Vait.30.14.

 agnisvattan rtumato havamahe # VS.19.61a; MS.4.10.6a: 157.8; KS.21.14a; TB.

 agnis takmanam apa badhatam itah # AV.5.22.1a. P: agnis takmanam Kaus.29.18.

 agnis tat punar ahah # TS.

 agnis tad anuvedhati # TA.1.27.4d.

 agnis tan agre etc. # see agnis ta etc., and agnis tan etc.

 agnis tigmas tigmatejah # MS.1.5.1a: 67.5.

 agnis tigmena socisa # RV.6.16.28a; AV.6.34.2b; SV.1.22a; VS.17.16a; TS.; MS.2.10.2a: 132.16; 3.3.7: 39.18; KS.18.1a; SB.; TB.,3a,4a,7a; ApS.8.4.2a; MS.; 4.52; 7.16; 8.9. P: agnis tigmena KS.18.3.12; MS.6.2.5; ApS.8.8.21; 19.9; 21.1; Svidh.1.7.3,8,16; 8.11. Cf. under agnih sukrena, and agne tigmena socisa.

 agnis turiyo yatuha # AV.1.16.1c.

 agnis tuvisravastamah # RV.3.11.6c; SV.2.908c.

 agnis tuvisravastamam # RV.5.25.5a; MS.4.11.1a: 159.13; KS.2.15a; AS.2.10.9.

 agnis trpyatu # SG.4.9.3; 6.6.10. Cf. agnim tarpayami. Cf. also for the series of formulas in SG.4.9.3 the corresponding passage of the Sambavya-Grhya, Ind. Stud. xv. 153.

 agnis te'gram nayatu (MS. agnis te agram nayatam) # TS.; MS.

 agnis tejasa tejasvan # MS.2.7.17: 101.15. P: agnis tejasa MS.6.1.7; -8.19. See agnir jyotisa jyotisman.

 agnis te tanuvam mati dhak (KS. tanvam ma hinsit) # TS.; KS.1.8; 31.7; TB.; ApS.1.25.9. See under agnis te tanvam.

 agnis te tejo ma vi nait (JB. ma prati dhaksit) # TS.; JB.1.39; TB.; ApS.2.6.5. See agnis te tejo.

 agnis te'dhipatih # see agnis te etc.

 agnis te vajin yun # TS.; ApS.20.13.4.

 agnis todasya rodasi yajadhyai # RV.6.12.1b.

 agnis trini tridhatuni # RV.8.39.9a; TS.

 agnis tvastaram suhavam vibhava # RV.6.49.9d.

 agnis tvabhi patu etc. # see agnis tva etc.

 agnis tva shrinatu # see agnis tva etc.

 agnis tva hvayati devayajyayai # TS.; KS.1.12; 31.11; TB. See agnis tva etc.

 agnih sa dravinodah # RV.8.39.6c.

 agnih sanoti viryani vidvan # RV.3.25.2a.

 agnih saptim vajambharam dadati # RV.10.80.1a.

 agnih sa yasya vajinah # SV.2.854b.

 agnih sarvam virajati # KS.39.15e.

 agnih sahasra pari yati gonam # RV.10.80.5d.

 agnih sacigune citah # AB.8.23.4b.

 agnih sata upastutam # RV.1.36.17d.

 agnih sutukah sutukebhir asvaih # RV.10.3.7c; N.4.18.

 agnih sudaksah sutanur ha bhutva # MS. See agne sadaksah.

 agnih sudaksah suvitaya navyase # RV.5.11.1b; SV.2.257b; VS.15.27b; TS.; MS.2.13.7b: 156.2; KS.39.14b.

 agnih suditaye chardih # VS.1.49d. See agnim su.

 agnih subhagam jatavedah # AV.1.41.49c.

 agnih susansah suhavah piteva # RV.6.52.6d.

 agnih susoko visvany asyah # RV.1.70.1b.

 agnih susamit # AB.2.34.3; SS.7.9.3.

 agnih surya apo medham # AV.12.1.53c. Cf. RVKh.10.151.1,2.

 agnih suryas candrama bhumir apah # AV.5.28.2a.

 agnih somo varunas te cyavante # RV.10.124.4c.

 agnih somo varuno mitra indrah # SB.; TB.; AS.2.11.3a; SS.3.7.4a; KS.5.12.20a.

 agnih sruco adhvaresu prayaksu # AV.5.27.5a. See agnim sruco.

 agnih svam anu vratam # RV.1.128.1c.

 agnih svastiman # AS.2.10.7.

 agnih svistakrd yajnasya pratistha tasyaham devayajyaya yajnena pratistham gameyam # MS.,15. See agner aham svistakrto, and agneh svistakrto'ham deva.

 agnihutasyendrapithasyendor indriyavatah, yo bhakso gosanir asvasanir dhanasanih prajasanir lokasanih, tasya ta upahutasyopahuto bhaksayami gayatrena chandasa tejasa brahmanavarcasena # Vait.19.16. Cf. KS.25.12.6.

 agnihotara rtasapo adruhah # RV.10.66.8c.

 agnihotrbhyo devebhyah svaha # TB.; ApS.14.32.5d.

 agnihotram sayampratar grhanam niskrtih svistam suhutam yajnakratunam prayanam suvargasya lokasya jyotih # TA.10.63.1; MahanU.22.1.

 agnihotram ca ma paurnamasas ca yajnah purastat pratyancam ubhau kamaprau bhutva ksitya sahavisatam # GB.1.3.22; Vait.12.1.

 agnihotram ca sraddha ca # AV.11.7.9a.

 agnihotram # MS.1.8.1: 115.10; TA.10.62.1; MahanU.22.1.

 agnihotram iva somena # KS.25.11.21c; ApS.10.13.10c.

 agnihotram upasate # ChU.5.24.4d.

 agnihotram piyusah # KS.39.8; ApS.16.32.4.

 agnihotram prthivim (! for vi ?) antariksam # MS.3.5.14b. See under agnir indras tvasta.

 agnihotrahutam yatra lokah # AV.3.28.6b.

 agnihotri grhebhyah # SB.

 agnihotrenedam havir ajusatavivrdhata (AS. vivrdhanta), maho jyayo'krta # TB.; AS.1.9.5. Cf. agnir idam etc., and agnir hotrenedam etc.

 agnihvarebhyas tva # see agnijihvebhyas tva.

 agni indra vrtrahana huve vam # TB. See agnim indram vrtrahana.

 agnic catvale vasativaribhih pratyupatisthasai hotrcamasena ca # SB.; KS.9.3.6.

 agnin jyotismatah kuruta (MS. kuru; var. lect. kuruta) # ApS.10.16.16; MS.; - Cf. agnin samadhehi.

 agnit paridhins cagnim ca tris-trih sammrddhi # Vait.2.13; ApS.2.12.10; MS. See under agnim agnit, and samidham adhaya.

 agnit patnivatasya yaja # SB.; SS.8.5.1; KS.10.6.18; ApS.13.14.8; MS.

 agnid agnin vihara # TS.; MS.3.8.10: 110.8; GB.2.2.16; SB.; Vait.17.12; KS.9.7.5; ApS.12.17.19,20; 13.3.1; 11.1; MS.; 4.4.18; 5.1.23. P: agnid agnin KS.10.1.16.

 agnid apas trih sammrddhi # ApS.8.8.1. See under agnim agnit.

 agnid asiram vinaya # SB.; KS.10.3.11; MS.

 agnid upahvayasva # AS.2.16.18.

 agnid ekasphyayanudehi # SB.; KS.18.3.17.

 agnid aupayajan angaran ahara # KS.6.9.7; ApS.7.26.8; 13.16.12; 14.2.1; 19.4.5; MS.

 agnid gamaya # ApS.3.7.2; MS.

 agnid devapatnir vyacaksva # GB.2.2.9; Vait.15.3; ApS.11.3.13; MS.

 agnid yaja # ApS.12.24.1; MS. P: agnit Vait.19.5.

 agnid rajanarauhinau (some mss. raja; Padap. rajan) rauhinau purodasav adhisraya # MS.4.9.2: 123.1. See next.

 agnid rauhinau purodasav adhisraya # TA.4.4.1; ApS.15.6.1. See prec.

 agnid rauhinau purodasav asadaya # ApS.15.9.1.

 agninam na jihva virokinah # RV.10.78.3b.

 agnindrayor aham devayajyaya viryavan indriyavan bhuyasam # MS. See indragniyor aham, and indragnyor aham.

 agnindrabhyam tva # VS.7.32 (bis). See indragnibhyam tva.

 agnin nestur upastham a sida # TS.; SB.; KS.10.6.20; ApS.13.14.11; 14.1.7.

 agnin madanty apa3h # SB.; Vait.13.19; KS.8.2.11; ApS.11.1.8; 3.13; MS.

 agnin yaja # SB.,24. P: agnin.4.11.11.

 agnin samadhehi # ApS.6.24.1,5; 25.8. See agnim etc., and cf. agnin jyo.

 agniparjanyav avatam dhiyam me # RV.6.52.16a.

 agni raksatu visvatah (SV. samtamah) # RV.7.15.3b; SV.2.731b.

 agni raksas tapatu yad videvam # AV.12.3.43a. P: agni raksah Kaus.62.14.

 agni raksasvinir hantu # AV.7.114.2c.

 agni raksansi sedhati # RV.1.79.12b; 7.15.10a; AV.8.3.26a; MS.4.11.5a: 174.9; KS.2.14a; 15.12; TB.; AS.2.12.3; ApS.5.8.6a; MS.; -; -11.2; Kaus.46.23; 130.3; 131.3. P: agni raksansi Vait.6.11. Cf. apa raksansi sedhasi.

 agni rathamukham # AV.8.8.23.

 agni ratho na vedyah # RV.8.19.8b.

 agni raye svabhuvam # RV.5.6.3c; SV.2.1088c; KS.39.13c; TB.; ApS.16.35.5c.

 agni rodasi vi carat samanjan # RV.10.80.1c.

 agnivarunabhyam anu bruhi # SB.

 agnivarunau yaja # SB.

 agnivarunau svistakrtau # MS. Cf. agnim svistakrtam.

 agnisomayor ayat priya dhamani # KS.32.1. See ayad agnisomayoh.

 agnisomayor aham devayajyaya caksusman (and vrtraha) bhuyasam # TS.,4; 11.5,6; ApS.4.9.9. Cf. agner aham etc., and agnisomau vrtrahanav.

 agnisomayor (aham devayajyayannado bhuyasam) # ApS.4.9.13. Cf. prec.

 agnisomayor aham ujjitim anujjesam # TS. Cf. next but one, agner agnisomayor ujjitim etc., agner aham etc., and agneh svistakrto'ham etc.

 agnisomayor ujjitim anujjayatv ayam yajamanah # SB. Cf. KS.3.5.22.

 agnisomayor ujjitim anujjesam # VS.2.15; SB. P: agnisomayoh KS.3.5.18. Cf. under prec. but one.

 agnisomayor bhasadau # VS.25.6; MS.3.15.6: 179.8.

 agnisomayoh sasthi # VS.25.5; MS.3.15.4: 179.1. Cf. samvatsarasya sasthi.

 agnisoma amuncatam etc. # see agnisomav etc.

 agnisoma imam etc. # see agnisomav etc.

 agnisoma ceti tad viryam vam # RV.1.93.4a; TB. Cf. tad vam ceti.

 agnisoma pathikrta syonam # AV.18.2.53a. P: agnisoma Kaus.80.35.

 agnisoma piprtam arvato nah # RV.1.93.12a. P: agnisoma piprtam SS.5.19.8.

 agnisoma punarvasu # RV.10.19.1c; MS.9.4.1c.

 agnisoma brahmana vavrdhana # RV.1.93.6c; TS.; MS.4.14.18c: 248.5; KS.4.16c.

 agnisomabhyam yajnas caksusmans tayor aham devayajyaya caksusa caksusman bhuyasam # KS.5.1. P: agnisomabhyam yajnas caksusman KS.32.1.

 agnisomabhyam (vo justam proksami) # TS.; TB.

 agnisomabhyam (svaha) # GDh.26.16; Svidh.1.2.5.

 agnisomabhyam kamaya # AV.12.4.26a. Cf. agnaye kamaya svaha.

 agnisomabhyam casan # VS.24.23; MS.3.14.4: 173.5.

 agnisomabhyam chagasya vapam medah presya # SB.

 agnisomabhyam chagasya vapayai medaso'nubruhi # SB.

 agnisomabhyam chagasya havih presya # SB.

 agnisomabhyam chagasya haviso'nubruhi # SB.

 agnisomabhyam justam grhnami # VS.1.10.

 agnisomabhyam justam ni yunajmi (VSK. yunagmi) # VS.6.9; VSK.6.2.3; SB.

 agnisomabhyam (justam nirvapami) # TS.; ApS.1.18.1; Kaus.2.2.

 agnisomabhyam (tva) # TS.; TB. Cf. idam agnisomayoh.

 agnisomabhyam tva justam proksami # VS.1.13; 6.9; SB. P: agnisomabhyam tva KS.2.3.37.

 agnisomabhyam darsane # Kaus.73.11a.

 agnisomabhyam praniyamanabhyam anubruhi # AB.1.30.1; ApS.11.17.2; MS. P: agnisomabhyam praniyamanabhyam SS.5.14.7.

 agnisoma ya ahutim # RV.1.93.3a; MS.4.14.18a: 248.6; TB.; SS.5.19.14; Kaus.5.1a.

 agnisoma yaso asmasu dhattam # ApS.6.23.1d.

 agnisoma yo adya vam # RV.1.93.2a; MS.4.14.18a: 248.2; TB.; AS.1.6.1. P: agnisoma yo adya SS.5.19.6.

 agnisomav (agna avaha) # AS.1.3.9. See agna avaha, and cf. agnisomav avaha.

 agnisomav adadhur ya turiyasit # AV.8.9.14a. See catustomo abhavad.

 agnisomav anena vam # RV.1.93.10a.

 agnisomav (MS.KS. soma) amuncatam grbhitan # RV.1.93.5d; TS.; MS.1.5.1d (only in Padap.; see p. 65, note 6); 4.10.1d: 144.15; KS.4.16d; AB.2.9.5d; TB.; Kaus.5.1d.

 agnisoma varunah putadaksah # AV.6.93.3c. Cf. somo grava varunah.

 agnisomav avaha # TB.; SS.1.5.3. See agnisomav (agna avaha).

 agnisomav avaha visnum va # SS.1.5.3.

 agnisomav idam havir ajusetam # TB. See agnisomau havir etc., and cf. agnir idam etc.

 agnisomav (MS.KS.MS. soma) imam su me # RV.1.93.1a; TS.; MS.1.5.1a: 67.3; KS.4.16a; TB.; AS.3.8.1; ApS.6.16.5; 22.1; MS. Ps: agnisomav imam MS.4.14.18: 248.1; SS.1.8.6; 5.18.9; agnisoma MS.4.11.2: 163.10; VHDh.5.371. Cf. BrhD.3.124.

 agnisomav imani nah # RV.1.93.11a.

 agnisoma vi vidhyatam # AV.1.8.2d.

 agnisoma vrsana vajasataye # RV.10.66.7a.

 agnisoma savedasa # RV.1.93.9a; TS.; MS.4.10.1a: 144.12; KS.4.16a; TB.; AS.1.6.1; SS.1.8.10; MS.; Kaus.5.1a.

 agnisoma havisah prasthitasya # RV.1.93.7a; TS.; MS.4.14.18a: 248.8; TB.; AB.2.10.5. P: agnisoma havisah SS.5.19.16.

 agnisomiyah pasau # KS.34.14.

 agnisomau # AS.1.3.9: see agnisomav (agna avaha).

 agnisomau tam apanudatam yo'sman dvesti yam ca vayam dvismah # VS.2.15; SB. P: agnisomau tam KS.3.5.19. Cf. agnir agnisomau etc.

 agnisomau prathamau viryena # TS.

 agnisomau bibhraty apa (MS. apa) it tah # AV.3.13.5b; TS.; MS.2.13.1b: 153.1; KS.35.3b; 39.2b.

 agnisomau vrtrahanau tayor aham (MS. vrtrahanav agnisomayor aham) devayajyaya vrtraha bhuyasam # KS.5.1; MS. P: agnisomau vrtrahanau KS.32.1. Cf. agnisomayor aham deva.

 agnisomau havir ajusetam # SS.1.14.9,11. See under agnisomav idam havir etc.

 agni sameto nabhasi antareme # AV.11.5.11b.

 agne akarma samidha brhantam # RV.6.15.19b; MS.4.14.15b: 240.1; TB.

 agne akravyan nih kravyadam nuda # AV.12.2.42a. P: agne akravyat Kaus.69.8; 71.8.

 agne aksini (HG. agneyaksini) nir daha svaha # ApMB.2.14.2c; HG.2.3.7c.

 agne agnina samvadasva # TA.4.28.1; ApS.15.19.2; HG.1.16.20. Cf. agninagnih samvadatam.

 agne agnibhir manusa idhanah # RV.6.10.2b.

 agne angira ayuna namnehi # VS.5.9 (ter); SB. P: agne angirah KS.5.3.27. Cf. agne angiro yas etc., and agne angiro yo etc.

 agne angirah satam te santv avrtah # VS.12.8a; TS.; MS.1.7.1a: 109.14; KS.16.8a. P: agne angirah MS.2.7.8: 65.10; KS.19.11; 22.12; SB.; ApS.16.12.2; HG.1.26.11; BDh.3.7.12. See agne jatavedah satam te, and cf. satam te santv.

 agne angiro yas trtiyasyam prthivyam adhy asy ayuna namnehi # MS.1.2.8: 17.13. Fragment: yas trtiyasyam MS. Cf. for this and next four agne angira ayuna etc.

 agne angiro yo dvitiyasyam trtiyasyam (KS. yas trtiyasyam) prthivyam asy ayusa (KS. ayuna) namnehi # TS.; KS.2.9. Fragment: yo dvitiyasyam ApS.7.4.4. See under prec.

 agne angiro yo dvitiyasyam prthivyam adhy asy ayuna namnehi # MS.1.2.8: 17.11. Fragment: yo dvitiyasyam MS. See under agne angiro yas.

 agne angiro yo'syam prthivyam asi yo dvitiyasyam yas trtiyasyam # KS.25.6. See under agne angiro yas.

 agne angiro yo'syam prthivyam asy ayusa (MS.MS. adhy asy ayuna; KS. asy ayuna) namnehi # TS.; MS.1.2.8: 17.9; KS.2.9. Ps: agne ... asi MS.3.8.5: 100.1; agne angirah TS.; MS. (followed by ayuna namnehi See under agne angiro yas.

 agne acha vadeha nah # RV.10.141.1a; AV.3.20.2a; VS.9.28a; TS.; MS.1.11.4a: 164.6; KS.14.2a; SB.; MS.6.2.5; -7.1.3. Ps: agne acha vada Rvidh.4.10.1; agne acha Vait.29.19. Cf. BrhD.8.53.

 agne atrivan namasa grnanah # RV.5.4.9c; MS.4.10.1c: 141.16; TB.; TA.10.2.1c; MahanU.6.5c.

 agne adhayy asmad a # RV.8.74.7b.

 agne apam sam idhyase durone # RV.3.25.5a.

 agne arcanta utaye # RV.5.13.1c.

 agne asme bhavatam uttamebhih # RV.6.60.3d; TB.; MS.4.13.7d: 208.2; KS.4.15d.

 agneh kulayam asi # MS.1.2.8: 18.9; KS.2.9; 25.6; MS.

 agneh paksatih # VS.25.4; TS.; MS.3.15.4: 178.12; KSA.13.11.

 agneh patha upehi # KS.1.12. See agneh priyam, and agner dhamopehi.

 agneh piba jihvaya somam indra # RV.3.35.9d; SS.14.29.8.

 agneh pibata jihvaya # RV.5.51.2c.

 agneh purisam asi # VS.5.13; 12.46; VSK.5.4.4; TS.;;; MS.1.2.8: 18.8; 2.7.11: 89.6; 3.2.3: 18.10; 3.8.5: 101.11; KS.2.9; 16.11; 25.6; SB.;;; TB.; ApS.7.7.1; MS.; -6.1.5; -6.2.2. P: agneh purisam KS.5.4.17. Cf. agnim purisyam, and agne tvam purisyah.

 agneh purisam asi devayani # TS.

 agneh purisam asy apso nama # VS.15.3a; MS.2.8.7a: 111.10; KS.17.1a.

 agneh purisavahanah (MS. purisya) # VS.11.44d; TS.; MS.2.7.4d: 79.2; KS.16.4d; SB.

 agneh purvadisyasya sthane svatejasa bhani # TA.1.18.1.

 agneh purve bhrataro artham etam # RV.10.51.6a.

 agneh prajatam pari yad dhiranyam # AV.19.26.1a; RVKh.10.128.6a. Cf. agne retas.

 agneh priyam patha upehi # TS. See agneh patha, and agner dhamopehi.

 agneh priyam patho'pitam # VS.2.17; SB. P: agneh priyam KS.3.6.17.

 agneh priyam patho'pihi (TS. apihi) # VS.8.50; VSK.8.22.4; TS.; SB.

 agne kaksya # MS.2.13.12: 162.7; KS.40.3. Cf. TS.

 agne kadan rtacid yatayase # RV.5.3.9d.

 agne kada ta anusak # RV.4.7.2a; SS.6.4.3. P: agne kada te AS.4.13.7.

 agne kavih kavyenasi visvavit # RV.10.91.3b.

 agne kavir vedha asi # RV.8.60.3a.

 agne kahya # MS.2.13.12: 162.6; KS.40.3; MS.6.1.8. See (agne) gahya.

 agne kamaya yemire # RV.8.43.18c; VS.12.116c; TS.; KS.35.17c; TB.; MS.

 agne kinsila (TS. kinsila, with agne understood) # TS.; MS.2.13.12: 162.6; KS.40.3.

 agne ketur visam asi # RV.10.156.5a; SV.2.881a.

 agne kebhis cid evaih # RV.8.103.13b.

 agne ko dasvadhvarah # RV.1.75.3b; SV.2.885b.

 agne kratva kratunr anu (SS. abhi) # VS.19.40c; MS.3.11.10c: 156.2; KS.38.2c; TB.; SS.15.15.6c.

 agne garbho apam asi # VS.12.37d; TS.; MS.2.7.10d: 88.9; KS.16.10d; SB.;

 (agne) gahya # TS. See agne kahya.

 agne grnantam anhasa urusya # RV.1.58.8c.

 agne grnana a bhara # RV.5.16.5b.

 agne grhapata upa ma hvayasva # KS.1.10; ApS.2.5.6; MS. See under agnaya upahvayadhvam.

 agne grhapate'gnim samindhe yajamana # MS.1.5.11: 80.14.

 agne grhapate jusasva svaha # KS.6.8. See next.

 agne grhapate parisadya jusasva svaha # MS.1.8.5: 122.9; ApS.6.13.1. See prec., and cf. agne parisadya.

 agne grhapate'bhi dyumnam # VS.3.39c; SB.; AS.2.5.12c; SS.2.15.5c.

 agne grhapate ma ma samtapsih # ApS.6.10.11.

 agne grhapate yas te ghrtyo bhagas tena saha oja akramamanaya dhehi # TS.

 agne grhapate sundhasva # ApS.6.3.4. P: agne grhapate MS.

 agne grhapate sugrhapatir aham tvaya (VS.SB. sugrhapatis tvayagne'ham; SS.Kaus. sugrhapatir aham tvayagne) grhapatina (VSK. grhapatya) bhuyasam # VS.2.27; VSK.2.6.6; TS.; 6.6.3; MS.1.4.2: 48.19; 1.4.7: 55.8; 1.5.14 (ter): 83.1,12; 84.6; KS.5.5; 7.3; SB.; SS.4.12.10; ApS.6.26.1; Kaus.70.9. P: agne grhapate TS.; 7.6.4; KS.7.11; 32.5; Vait.4.19; KS.3.8.21; ApS.4.16.2; 6.19.2; MS.; 6.1.52.

 agne grhapate'he budhnya parisadya divah prthivyah pary antariksal lokam vinda yajamanaya # KS.7.13; ApS.5.12.2.

 agne gobhir na a gahi # TS.; ApS.17.5.1; 19.25.15.

 agne ghrtasnus trir rtani didyat # RV.10.122.6c; KS.12.14c.

 agne ghrtasya dhitibhih # RV.8.102.16a; AS.8.12.5.

 agne ghrtenahuta (KS. tah) # AV.6.5.1b; VS.17.50b; TS.; MS.2.10.4b: 135.3; KS.18.3b; ApS.6.24.8b.

 agne ghnantam apa dvisah # RV.8.43.23c.

 agne caranty ajara idhanah # RV.7.3.3b; SV.2.571b.

 agne carur yajniyas tvadhy aruksat # AV.11.1.16a; Kaus.2.7. P: agne caruh Kaus.61.31.

 agne carur vibhrta (MS. vibhrta) osadhisu # RV.10.1.2b; VS.11.43b; TS.;; MS.2.7.4b: 78.15; 3.1.5: 7.10; KS.16.4b; 19.5; SB.

 agne cikiddhy asya nah # RV.5.22.4a.

 agne cyavasva sam anu prayahi # MS.2.12.4a: 148.1. See samacinusvanu, and sam pra cyavadhvam.

 agne janami sustutim # RV.8.43.2c; TS.; KS.10.12c.

 agne janaya codaya # RV.8.23.28b.

 agne'janistha mahate viryaya # AV.11.1.3a. P: agne'janisthah Kaus.60.23.

 agne jarasva svapatya ayuni # RV.3.3.7a.

 agne jaritar vispatih # RV.8.60.19a; SV.1.39a. P: agne jaritah SS.14.55.1.

 agne jatavedah satam te # Kaus.72.14a. P: agne jatavedah Kaus.72.13. Cf. agne angirah satam etc.

 agne jatavedo'bhi dyumnam abhi saha ayachasva # SS.8.24.1.

 agne jatan pra nuda nah (AV. me) sapatnan # AV.7.34.1a; VS.15.1a; TS.;; MS.2.8.7a: 111.3; 3.2.10: 31.9; KS.17.6a; 21.2; SB.; TA.2.5.2a; ApS.17.3.2; MS.6.2.2. P: agne jatan Vait.29.6; KS.17.11.3; Kaus.36.33; 48.37.

 agne jayasvaditir nathiteyam # AV.11.1.1a. P: agne jayasva Kaus.60.19.

 agne jusasva no havih # RV.3.28.1a; AS.5.4.6; SS.7.1.6; 14.51.13.

 agne jusasva prati harya tad vacah # RV.1.144.7a; AB.1.30.12; KB.9.5; AS.4.10.3. P: agne jusasva SS.5.14.14.

 agne jeta tvam jaya # TB.

 agne tam vardhaya tvam # KS.18.3b. See tam agne vardhaya.

 agne tatantha rodasi vi bhasa # RV.6.4.6b.

 agne tato dravinoda na ehi # KS.7.13d. See tabhir na ehi.

 agne tat te mahitvanam # TB.

 agne tad asya kalpaya # TB. (bis); SB.1.6.19c; ApS.3.12.1c (bis). See agne tvam nas tasmat.

 agne tapas tapyamahe # AV.7.61.2a; Kaus.57.23.

 agne tam adyasvam na stomaih # RV.4.10.1ab; SV.1.434ab; 2.1127ab; VS.15.44ab; 17.77ab; TS.; MS.1.10.3ab: 144.2; 2.13.8ab: 157.15; KB.27.2; SB.; AS.2.7.10; 8.14; 8.12.15. Ps: agne tam adyasvam ApS.5.28.15; 17.10.6; 15.7; agne tam adya TS.; MS.2.10.6: 139.7; 3.3.9: 42.20; 4.10.2: 145.7; SS.2.5.18; 10.13.1; KS.17.12.15; 18.4.8; MS.; -6.2.2; -6.2.5.

 agne tam rsva pahy aprayuchan # RV.10.12.6d; AV.18.1.34d.

 agne taya rayim asmasu dhehi # AV.19.3.3d.

 agne tava tyad ukthyam # RV.1.105.13a.

 agne tava tye ajara # RV.8.23.11a.

 agne tava nah pantv amura # RV.4.4.12d; TS.; MS.4.11.5d: 174.2; KS.6.11d.

 agne tava prasastibhih # RV.8.19.29b.

 agne tava sravo vayah # RV.10.140.1a; SV.2.1166a; VS.12.106a; TS.;; MS.2.7.14a: 95.12; 3.2.5: 22.6; KS.16.14a; 20.4; SB.; AA.; SS.18.23.6; LS.10.9.6; ApS.16.20.9; MS.6.1.6. P: agne tava KS.17.3.15; VHDh.6.54. Cf. BrhD.8.53.

 agne tan iha madaya # AV.5.8.1c.

 agne tan asmat pra nudasva lokat # ApS.1.8.7d. Cf. agnis tan lokat.

 agne tan vettha yadi te jatavedah # HG.2.11.1c; ApMB.2.19.7c. See tvam vettha yati.

 agne ta visva paribhur asi tmana # RV.3.3.10d; MS.4.11.1d: 160.14.

 agne tigmena didihi # RV.8.43.26c.

 agne tigmena socisa # RV.10.87.23c; AV.8.3.23c. Cf. agnis tigmena, and agne sukrena.

 agne tistha devatata yajiyan # RV.4.6.1b.

 agne tistha yajatebhih samantam # RV.5.1.11b.

 agne tubhyam cikitvana # RV.8.60.18b.

 agne trtiye savane hi kanisah # RV.3.28.5a; AS.5.4.6. P: agne trtiye savane SS.8.2.2.

 agne tejasvin tejasvi tvam devesu bhuyah # TS. P: agne tejasvin ApS.13.8.9. See agna ayuhkara.

 agne tena punihi nah # RV.9.67.24b; VHDh.2.39b.

 agne tailasya prasana # AV.1.7.2c.

 agne tokam tanayam vaji no dah # RV.6.13.6b.

 agne tokasya nas tane tanunam # RV.2.9.2c; TS.; MS.4.10.4c: 152.8; KS.15.12c; AB.1.28.38.

 agne tratar rtas (SV. rtah) kavih # RV.8.60.5b; SV.1.42b.

 agne trataram amrtam miyedhya # RV.1.44.5c.

 agne tri te vajina tri sadhastha # RV.3.20.2a; TS.;; MS.2.4.4a: 42.10; 4.12.5: 191.11; KS.9.19a; ApS.19.27.18; MS. P: agne tri te KS.12.14.

 agne tvam yasa asi # RV.8.23.30a.

 agne tvam (for svam ?) yonim asida sadhuya # SB. See agne svam.

 agne tvam raksasvinah # RV.1.12.5c.

 agne tvam rodasi nah sudoghe # RV.3.15.6b.

 agne tvam rodasi nah sumeke # RV.3.15.5d.

 agne tvam su jagrhi # VS.4.14a; TS.;; MS.1.2.3b: 12.3; KS.2.4a; 23.5; SB.; ApS.10.18.1; BDh.3.8.15. P: agne tvam KS.7.4.39.

 agne tvam suktavag asy upasruti (TB. upashrito; SB.AS.SS. upasruti) divas prthivyoh (TB. divah prthivyoh) # MS.4.13.9: 211.14; SB.; TB.; AS.1.9.1; SS.1.14.2,3. Fragment: upashrito divah prthivyoh TS.

 agne tvacam yatudhanasya bhindhi # RV.10.87.5a; AV.8.3.4a.

 agne tvam tara mrdhah # VS.11.72d; TS.; MS.2.7.7d: 83.6; KS.16.7d; SB.

 agne tvam nas tasmat pahi # Kaus.119.2c. See agne tad asya.

 agne tvam no antamah # RV.5.24.1a; SV.1.448a; 2.457a; VS.3.25a; 15.48a; 25.47a; TS.;; MS.1.5.3a: 69.9; 1.5.10: 78.10; 2.13.8: 158.6; KS.7.1a,8 (bis); SB.; AS.8.2.3; ApS.6.17.7; MS.6.2.2; Kaus.68.31a; Svidh.1.8.13. Ps: agne tvam nah AS.2.19.36; SS.2.12.2; 3.17.5; 12.11.2; agne tvam KS.17.12.17; Rvidh.2.15.7.

 agne tvam asmad yuyodhy amivah # RV.1.189.3a; MS.4.14.3a: 218.9; TB.; AS.3.13.12.

 agne tvam paraya navyo asman # RV.1.189.2a; TS.; MS.4.10.1a: 142.1; 4.14.3: 218.6; TB.; TA.10.2.1a; MahanU.6.4a; AS.2.10.4. P: agne tvam paraya SS.5.5.2; MS.; -; GDh.24.9.

 agne tvam purisyah # VS.12.59a; KS.16.11a; SB. See tvam agne purisyah, purisyas tvam, and cf. agneh purisam asi.

 agne tvamkamaya (SV. tvam kamaye) gira # RV.8.11.7c; SV.1.8c; 2.516c; VS.12.115c.

 agne daksasya sadhanam # RV.5.20.3b.

 agne daksaih punihi nah (MS. punimahe; TB. punihi ma) # RV.9.67.26c; MS.3.11.10c: 156.10; TB.

 agne'dabdhayo'sitatano pahi madya divah pahi prasityai, pahi duristyai, pahi duradmanyai, pahi duscaritat # TS. P: agne'dabdhayo'sitatano TB.; ApS.3.10.1. See next two, and cf. adabdhayo'sitatano.

 agne'dabdhayo'sitama pahi ma didyoh, pahi prasityai, pahi duristyai, pahi duradmanyai # VS.2.20; SB. P: agne'dabdhayo KS.3.7.17. See under prec.

 agne'dabdhayo'sirtatano pahi vidyot, pahi prasityah, pahi duristyah, pahi duradmanyah # KS.1.12. P: agne'dabdhayo'sirtatano KS.31.12. See under prec. but one.

 agne da dasuse rayim # RV.3.24.5a; TS.; MS.4.12.2a: 180.5; KS.6.10a; AS.3.13.14. P: agne dah MS.4.14.16: 242.8; SS.3.2.4; MS.,59.

 agne'dabhya (ApS. 'dabhya parisadya) jusasva svaha # KS.6.8; ApS.6.13.4. Cf. agne parisadya.

 agne dasuse martaya # RV.8.71.6b.

 agne dasema # RV.4.10.4c; TS.; MS.2.13.8c: 157.19.

 agne divah sunur asi pracetah # RV.3.25.1a. P: agne divah SS.14.52.4.

 agne divitmata vacah # RV.1.26.2c.

 agne divo arnam acha jigasi # RV.3.22.3a; VS.12.49a; TS.; MS.2.7.11a: 89.11; KS.16.11a; SB.

 agne didayasi dyavi # RV.8.44.29c.

 agne didaya me sabhya # TB.; ApS.4.2.1c. Cf. agne sabhya.

 agne didyatam brhat # RV.3.27.15c; AV.20.102.3c; SV.2.890c; TB.; SB.; 3.7.

 agne dudhra # TS.; MS.2.13.12: 162.7; KS.40.3.

 agne duva ichamanasa apyam # RV.3.2.6c.

 agne duhsirtatano jusasva svaha # MS.1.8.6: 123.4; ApS.6.14.13. P: agne duhsirtatano MS.3.2.12.

 agne dutam varenyam # RV.8.102.18b. Cf. agnim dutam vrnimahe.

 agne duto visam asi # RV.1.36.5b; 44.9b.

 agne devam iha # see agne devan iha.

 agne deva panibhir guhyamanah (TS.TB. viyamanah; MS.MS. viyamanah; KS. idhyamanah) # VS.2.17b; TS.; MS.4.1.14b: 20.5; KS.1.12b; 31.11; TB.; SB.; MS.

 agne devayajanam vaha # MS.1.1.8: 4.9; MS. See a devayajam vaha.

 agne devasya yajyavo janasah # RV.3.19.4b.

 agne devan a vaha nah priyavratam # RV.10.150.3c.

 agne devan iha dravat # RV.1.44.7d.

 agne devan (MS. devan; SG. devan) iha vaha # RV.1.12.3a,10b; 15.4a; AV.20.101.3a; SV.2.142a; VS.17.9b; TS.; 5.5.3b;; MS.1.5.1b: 66.16; 4.11.4b: 171.15; KS.19.14b; 39.13a; TB.; AS.3.12.14b; SS.3.5.9b; ApS.16.35.5a; SG.2.13.5b. Cf. devan a sadayad, and agne patnir.

 agne devanam ava heda iyaksva (KS. iksva) # KS.35.1d; ApS.14.17.1d. See under ava devanam yaja.

 agne devan etc. # see prec. but one.

 agne deveddha manviddha mandrajihvamartyasya te hotar murdhann a jigharmi rayas posaya suprajastvaya suviryaya # TS. Cf. agnir deveddhah, agnir manviddhah, and deveddho manviddhah.

 agne devebhih sacanah sucetuna # RV.1.127.11b.

 agne devesu pra vocah # RV.1.27.4c; SV.1.28c; 2.847c; TA.4.11.8c.

 agne devesu yusme # RV.4.10.8b.

 agne devesucyata uruci # RV.3.57.5b.

 agne devesv apyam # RV.1.36.12b.

 agne dyumad uta revad didihi # RV.2.9.6d; TS.; 6.1.5d; MS.4.10.5d: 154.5; KS.21.13d.

 agne dyumantam a bhara # RV.2.7.1b; TS.; MS.4.11.4b: 172.3.

 agne dyumnena jagrve # RV.3.24.3a. P: agne dyumnena SS.2.2.17; 9.22.5.

 agne dyumnena samyata # RV.6.16.21b; TS.; KS.20.14b; TB.

 agne dharmani pusyasi # RV.5.26.6b.

 agne dhamani tava jatavedah # MS.2.13.11a: 162.3. P: agne dhamani MS.6.1.8. See agne bhurini.

 agne dhrtavrataya te # RV.8.44.25a. P: agne dhrtavrataya SS.14.52.5,13.

 agne naksatram ajaram # RV.10.156.4a; SV.2.880a; KS.2.14a. P: agne naksatram KS.9.19.

 agne naya mayobho suseva divah prthivyah pary antariksal lokam vinda yajamanaya # KS.7.13. See agne'nnapa.

 agne naya supatha raye asman # RV.1.189.1a; VS.5.36a; 7.43a; 40.16a; TS.; 4.43.1a; MS.1.2.13a: 22.6; KS.3.1a; 6.10a; AB.1.9.7; SB.;;; TB.; TA.1.8.8a; AS.3.7.5; 4.3.2; ApS.24.12.10; BrhU.5.15.1a; IsaU.18a; AG.2.1.4; 4.14. P: agne naya TS.; MS.4.10.2: 147.8; 4.11.4: 171.14; 4.14.3: 218.3; AS.4.13.7; SS.4.2.9; (16.15); 5.5.2; 6.10.1; KS.8.7.6; 10.2.7; ApS.11.17.4; 12.1.1; 13.6.10; 15.18.8; MS.; -; -; Rvidh.1.27.4; BrhD.4.62. Designated as ksapavitra BDh.4.7.5.

 agne nasaya samdrsah # TA.1.28.1b,1f.

 agne ni pahi nas tvam # RV.8.44.11a.

 agne ni satsi namasadhi barhisi # RV.8.23.26c.

 agne nemir aran iva # RV.5.13.6a. See aran ivagne.

 agne'nnapa mayobhuva suseva divah prthivyah pary antariksal lokam vinda yajamanaya # ApS.5.13.8. See agne naya mayobho.

 agne patnir iha vaha # RV.1.22.9a; VS.26.20a; AB.6.10.4; KB.28.3; GB.2.2.20; AS.5.5.18. P: agne patnih SS.7.4.9. Cf. agne devan iha vaha.

 agne patnivatas krdhi # RV.1.14.7b.

 agna3i patnivan (VSK. vakpatni; MS.KS.MS. patniva3n; TS. patniva3h) sajur devena (MS.KS. sajus) tvastra somam piba svaha (omitted in MS.KS.) # VS.8.10; VSK.8.6.3; TS.; (in fragments, without svaha); MS.1.3.29: 40.4; 4.4.7: 97.13; KS.4.11; SB.,16. P: agna3i patnivan (ApS. va3h; KS.MS. va3n) KS.28.8; KS.10.6.19; ApS.13.14.8; MS.

 agne pathah kalpaya devayanan # AV.11.1.36b. See next, and avis patho.

 agne patho devayanan krnudhvam # VS.15.53b; TS.;; KS.18.18b; SB. See avis patho, and prec.

 agne pari vyayamasi # VS.17.4b,5b; TS. (bis); MS.2.10.1b (bis): 131.5,7; KS.17.17b (bis); SB.,26b. See sale pari.

 agne parisadya sundhasva # ApS.6.3.4. Cf. agna avasathya, agne sabhya sundhasva, agne grhapate parisadya, and agne'dabhya parisadya.

 agne pavasva svapah # RV.9.66.21a; SV.2.870a; VS.8.38a; VSK.29.38a; TS.; 5.5.2a; 6.6.2a; MS.1.5.1a: 66.12; KS.7.16a; SB.; TA.2.5.1a; AS.2.1.20; ApS.5.17.2. P: agne pavasva MS.1.6.1: 86.11; KS.19.14; TB.; SS.2.2.5; KS.12.3.2; MS.; MG.2.17.7.

 agne pasur na yavase # RV.5.9.4d; 6.2.9b; TS.

 agne pavaka didyat # MS.4.10.2b: 147.15; AS.3.12.27b; SS.3.19.16b; ApS.9.9.3b.

 agne pavaka rocisa # RV.5.26.1a; SV.2.871a; VS.17.8a; TS.; 5.5.3a;; MS.1.5.1a: 66.14; 2.10.1: 131.14; 4.10.1: 143.13; KS.17.17a; 19.14; SB.; AS.2.1.25; KS.18.2.11; MS.5.1.2. P: agne pavaka AS.4.13.7; SS.2.2.9.

 agne pavako arcisa # MS.4.10.2b: 147.13; AS.3.12.27b; SS.3.19.16b; ApS.9.9.3b.

 agne pahi viprusah # MS.1.1.3: 2.9.

 agne pitur yathavasah # RV.8.75.16b; TS.

 agne pittam apam asi # AV.18.3.5c; VS.17.6c; TS.; MS.2.10.1c: 131.10; KS.17.17c; SB.

 agne pinvasva dharaya # SV.2.1183; VS.12.10b,41b; TS.;; 3.4b; MS.1.7.1b: 110.1; 1.7.4b: 112.4; KS.8.14b; 9.1; 16.8b; LS.3.5.11b; Kaus.72.14b.

 agne purisyadhipa bhava (TS. bhava) tvam nah # VS.12.58c; TS.; MS.2.7.11c: 90.8; KS.16.11c; SB.

 agne purisyabhi dyumnam # VS.3.40c; AS.2.5.12c; SS.2.15.4c.

 agne puro rurojitha # RV.6.16.39c; SV.2.1057c; TS.

 agne purva anusaso vibhavaso # RV.1.44.10a.

 agne purvo ni jahi sosucanah # RV.10.87.7c; AV.8.3.7c.

 agne pusan brhaspate pra ca vada pra ca yaja # SB. See indra pusan.

 agne prchami nu tvam avidvan # RV.10.79.6b.

 agne prtanasat prtanah sahasva # AV.5.14.8.

 agne prthivipate soma virudham pate tvastah samidham pate visnav asanam pate mitra satyanam pate varuna dharmanam pate maruto gananam patayo rudra pasunam pata indraujasam pate brhaspate brahmanas pata aruca roce'ham ruca ruruce rocamanah # TB. Cf. next, and agnir bhutanam.

 agne prthivya adhipate vayo'ntariksasyadhipate savitah prasavanam adhipate surya naksatranam adhipate somausadhinam adhipate tvastah samidham rupanam adhipate mitra satyanam adhipate varuna dharmanam adhipata indra jyesthanam adhipate prajapate prajanam adhipate deva devesu parakramadhvam # SS.4.10.1. P: agne prthivya adhipate SS.4.18.3. Cf. prec., and agnir bhutanam.

 agne prayaty adhvare # RV.10.21.6b. Cf. indram prayaty.

 agne prayascitte (SG. prayascittir asi) tvam devanam prayascittir (HG. tvam prayascittir) asi # SG.1.18.3; SMB.1.4.1; PG.1.11.2; ApMB.1.10.3 (ApG.3.8.10); HG.1.24.1. P: agne prayascitte GG.2.5.2; KhG.1.4.12 (text prayascittih); HG.1.24.1 (bis).

 agne prava jaritaram yavistha # RV.10.80.7c.

 agne prehi prathamo devayatam (AV. devatanam; MS.KS. devayatam) # AV.4.14.5a; VS.17.69a; TS.;; MS.2.10.6a: 138.4; KS.18.4a; 21.9; SB. P: agne prehi Vait.8.17; 15.9; Kaus.63.9; 137.27.

 agne balada saha (MS. saha) ojah kramamanaya me da abhisastikrte'nabhisastenyayasyai janatayai (MS. sya janatayah) sraisthyaya svaha (omitted in ApS.) # MS.1.4.14: 64.9; ApS.5.24.4. P: agne balada MS.

 agne badhasva vi mrdho vi durgaha (TB.ApS. mrdho nudasva) # RV.10.98.12a; MS.4.11.2a: 167.12; KS.2.15a; TB.; AS.2.13.8; ApS.7.6.7a.

 agne badho marutam na prayukti # RV.6.11.1b.

 agne brhato adhvare # RV.3.16.6b.

 agne brhad yajamane vayo dhah # RV.3.29.8d; VS.11.35d; TS.;; MS.2.7.3d: 77.12; KS.16.3d; AB.1.28.31; SB.

 agne brhad vi rocase # RV.2.7.4b; TS.

 agne brhantam adhvare # RV.5.26.3c; SV.2.873c; VS.2.4c; TS.; KS.1.11c; SB.; 4.1.11c; TB.

 agne brhann usasam etc. # see agre etc.

 agne brahma grbhnisva (MS.MS. grhnisva; KS. grhisva) # VS.1.18; MS.1.1.9: 5.9; KS.1.8; SB.; MS. P: agne brahma KS.2.4.30. See sam brahmana prcyasva.

 agne bhadram karisyasi # RV.1.1.6b.

 agne bharantu (MS.3.2.2 and 3.3.8, bharanta ?) cittibhih # VS.12.31b; 17.53b; TS.; 6.3.2b;; 4.6.2; MS.2.7.10b: 87.9; 3.3.2: 17.3; 3.3.8: 40.14; KS.16.10b; 18.3b; 19.12; 21.8; SB.;

 agne bhava susamidha samiddhah # RV.7.17.1a; AS.8.2.3. P: agne bhava susamidha SS.12.11.4.

 agne bhurini tava jatavedah # RV.3.20.3a; TS. P: agne bhurini ApS.16.35.2. See agne dhamani.

 agne'bhyavartinn abhi ma ni vartasva (TS. abhi na a vartasva; KS. abhi no nivartasva; MS. abhi mavartasva; Kaus. abhi na a vavrtsva) # VS.12.7a; TS.; MS.1.7.1a: 109.12; KS.16.8a; SB.; Kaus.72.14a. P: agne'bhyavartin MS.2.7.8: 85.10; KS.19.11; 22.12; MS.6.1.4; ApS.16.10.13; 12.2; KS.16.5.15; Kaus.72.13; HG.1.26.11; BDh.3.7.12. Cf. abhi na a.

 agne bhratar druna id bhutim udima # RV.1.161.1d.

 agne bhratar vasavo mrdata nah # RV.6.51.5b; MS.4.14.11b: 232.10; TB.

 agne bhratah sahaskrta # RV.8.43.16a.

 agne manusvad angirah # RV.5.21.1c; KS.2.9c; 7.13c; 39.13c; TB.; ApS.7.7.1c; 16.35.5c; MS.

 agne mandraya juhva yajasva # RV.1.76.5d.

 agne manmani tubhyam kam # RV.8.39.3a.

 agne manyum pratinudan paresam # RV.10.128.6a; AV.5.3.2a. See agnir manyum.

 agne marudbhir rkvabhih pa indravarunabhyam matsvendrabrhaspatibhyam indravisnubhyam sajuh # AS.9.6.2.

 agne marudbhih subhayadbhir rkvabhih # RV.5.60.8a; AB.3.38.13; KB.16.9; AS.5.20.8. P: agne marudbhih subhayadbhih SS.8.6.17. Cf. BrhD.5.48.

 agne martah subhaga sa prasansyah # RV.8.19.9b.

 agne martan amartyas tvam nah # RV.10.87.21d; AV.8.3.20d.

 agne martaya dasuse # RV.1.45.8d.

 agne maham asi brahmana bharata manusa # MS. See next.

 agne mahan asi brahmana bharata (TB. bharata, asav asau) # TS.; TB.; SB.; KB.3.2; AS.1.2.27; SS.1.4.14. See prec.

 agne mahi dravinam a yajasva # RV.3.1.22d; 10.80.7d.

 agne makir no duritaya dhayih # RV.1.147.5d.

 agne makis te devasya # RV.8.71.8a.

 agne makis te vyathir a dadharsit # RV.4.4.3d; VS.13.11d; TS.; MS.2.7.15d: 97.12; KS.16.15d.

 agne ma tanvam tapah # AV.18.2.36b.

 agne ma te prativesa risama # VS.11.75d; TS.; MS.2.7.7d: 83.12; KS.16.7d; SB.; AS.2.5.9c; ApS.6.2.2c; 25.7c; MS. Cf. ma te agne prativesa.

 agne ma no devatata mrdhas kah # RV.7.43.3d.

 agne ma hinsih parame vyoman # AV.18.4.30d; VS.13.42d,44d,49d,50d; TS.,2d,3d (bis); MS.2.7.17d (quater): 102.3,7,15,19; KS.16.17d (ter); SB.,20,34,35; TA.6.6.1d.

 agne mitro asi priyah # RV.1.75.4b; SV.2.886b.

 agne mitro na patyase # RV.6.2.1b; SV.1.84b.

 agne mitro na brhata rtasya # RV.6.13.2c; MS.4.10.1c: 143.4; ApS.5.23.9c.

 agne mrda mahan (MS. mahan) asi # RV.4.9.1a; SV.1.23a; KS.40.14a; AB.5.19.18; KB.26.13; KS.22.6.17; LS.8.8.37; MS.8.19; Svidh.2.6.14. P: agne mrda AS.8.10.3; SS.6.4.1; Karmap.3.1.16.

 agne mrdikam varune saca vidah # RV.4.1.3d; KS.26.11d.

 agne medhavinam krnu (RVKh.VS. kuru) # RVKh.10.151.8d; AV.6.108.4d; VS.32.14d.

 agne yam yajnam adhvaram # RV.1.1.4a; TS.; MS.4.10.3a: 149.7; KS.2.14a; AS.7.8.1. P: agne yam MS.

 agne yaksi divo visah # RV.6.16.9c.

 agne yaksi svam damam # RV.1.75.5c; SV.2.887c; VS.33.3c; TB.

 agneyaksini # see agne aksini.

 agne yaksva sahutibhih # RV.1.45.10b.

 agne yacha tryarunaya sarma # RV.5.27.2d.

 agne yajasva tanvam tava svam # RV.6.11.2d.

 agne yajasva rodasi uruci # RV.6.11.4b; MS.4.14.15b: 241.4. See agne vyacasva.

 agne yajasva havisa yajiyan # RV.2.9.4a.

 agne yajistho adhvare # RV.3.10.7a; SV.1.100a.

 agne yajnam naya rtutha # RV.8.44.8c.

 agne yajnasya cetatah # TB. See agre ya.

 agne yajnesu sidasi # RV.1.14.11b.

 agne yajnesu sukrato # RV.6.16.3c; SV.2.826c; KS.6.10c; SB.

 agne yan sukram yac candram # MS.2.7.14a: 95.6. See agne yat te sukram.

 agne yat te arcis # see agne yat te'rcis.

 agne yat te tapas tena tam prati tapa yo'sman (MS. asman) dvesti yam ca (AV. yam) vayam dvismah # AV.2.19.1; MS.1.5.2: 68.2; KS.6.9; 7.6; ApS.6.21.1. P: agne yat te tapah MS.1.5.9: 77.7; Kaus.47.8.

 agne yat te tejas tena tam atejasam krnu (KS. tam prati tityagdhi; MS.ApS. tam prati titigdhi) yo'sman (MS. asman) dvesti yam ca (AV. yam) vayam dvismah # AV.2.19.5; MS.1.5.2: 68.6; KS.6.9; ApS.6.21.1. Cf. yat te agne tejas.

 agne yat te divi varcah prthivyam # RV.3.22.2a; VS.12.48a; TS.; MS.2.7.11a: 89.13; KS.16.11a; SB.

 agne yat te param hrn nama tav ehi sam rabhavahai # TS.; P: agne yat te param hrn nama ApS.17.5.14.

 agne yat te'rcis (MS. arcis) tena tam praty arca yo'sman (MS. asman) dvesti yam ca (AV. yam) vayam dvismah # AV.2.19.3; MS.1.5.2: 68.4; KS.6.9; ApS.6.21.1.

 agne yat te sukram yac candram # VS.12.104a; TS.; KS.16.14a; SB. See agne yan sukram.

 agne yat te socis tena tam prati soca yo'sman (MS. asman) dvesti yam ca (AV. yam) vayam dvismah # AV.2.19.4; MS.1.5.2: 68.3; KS.6.9; ApS.6.21.1.

 agne yat te haras tena tam prati hara yo'sman (MS. asman) dvesti yam ca (AV. yam) vayam dvismah # AV.2.19.2; MS.1.5.2: 68.5; KS.6.9; ApS.6.21.1. Cf. yat te agne haras.

 agne yad adya viso adhvarasya hotah # RV.6.15.14a; TS.; MS.4.10.1a: 141.4; SB.; TB.; 6.12.2a; AS.1.6.5. Ps: agne yad adya viso adhvarasya SS.1.9.2; agne yad adya MS.4.10.4: 153.5; 4.13.7: 209.8; MS.; -; -

 agne yad unam yad vatratiriktam # ApS.16.34.4b. See yat ta unam yad, and yad unam.

 agne yad didayad divi # RV.6.16.36c; SV.2.748c.

 agne yan me tanva (TS. tanuva) unam (SS. yan ma unam tanvas) tan ma a prna # VS.3.17; TS.; 7.5; SB.; 2.11.3; PG.2.48. See yan me agna unam.

 agne yavistha prati tam srnihi # AV.5.29.4d.

 agne yasasvin yasasemam arpaya # TS. P: agne yasasvin ApS.17.10.2.

 agne yastar idam namah # TS.; TB. See agnir yastedam.

 agne yahvasya tava bhagadheyam # RV.3.28.4c.

 agne yan devan ayad yan (MS. yan) apiprer ye te hotre amatsata tam sasanusim (KS. samanaisir) hotram devamgamam divi devesu yajnam erayemam # MS.4.10.3: 151.8; KS.19.13; TB.; 6.13.1; 14.3; AS.1.8.7; SS.1.13.3. The passage seems metrical: padas after apiprer, amatsata, devamgamam.

 agne yahi dutyam ma risanyah (TB. dutyam varisenyah) # RV.7.9.5a; MS.4.14.11a: 233.2; TB.; AS.3.7.10.

 agne yahi vasatkrtim jusanah # RV.7.14.3b.

 agne yahi susastibhih # see agne etc.

 agne yuksva (SV.PB. yunksva) hi ye tava # RV.6.16.43a; SV.1.25a; 2.733a; VS.13.36a; TS.; (bis); MS.2.7.17a: 101.8; 3.4.5: 50.6; KS.22.5a,6; PB.4.2.19; SB.; ApS.16.26.13; 17.10.11; MS.6.1.7. P: agne yuksva hi KS.17.5.5.

 agne yo no anti sapati yas ca dure # ApS.6.21.1a.

 agne yo no'bhito janah # TB.; TA.2.5.2a.

 agne yo no'bhidasati # TB.;; TA.2.5.2a; ApS.4.11.5a. See yo no dure dvesti.

 agne yo no marcayati dvayena # RV.5.3.7d.

 agner akrnvann usijo amrtyave # MS.1.3.35b: 42.6. See agner apunann, and deva akrnvann.

 agne raksas tvam daha # RV.10.118.7b.

 agne raksa no anhasah # RV.7.15.13a; SV.1.24a; MS.4.10.1a: 141.10; KS.2.14a; TB.; AS.2.10.6; Rvidh.2.25.5. P: agne raksa nah MS.

 agner aksnah kaninakam (VSK. kaninakam; TS.MS.KS. kaninikam) # VS.4.32b; VSK.4.10.3b; TS.;; MS.1.2.5b: 13.12; KS.2.6b; SB.

 agner agnir ajayata # AV.11.8.9b.

 agner agnir adhi sam babhuvitha # AV.9.5.6c.

 agner agnisomayor ujjitim anujjesam # SS.4.9.5. Cf. agnisomayor ujjitim etc., and agner aham ujjitim etc.

 agner-agneh # MS. (bis),9 (bis).

 agner agne puro agnir bhaveha # VS.17.66b; TS.; MS.1.6.2b: 86.18; KS.7.13b; 18.4b; SB.; TB.; 2.1.22b.

 agner agneyany (KS. agniyany) asi (one ms. and Padap. of MS. agner agner yany asi) # MS.2.8.13: 116.18; KS.22.5. Cf. agner yany asi, and devanam agneyany asi.

 agne ratham na vedyam # SV.1.5c; 2.594c. See agnim ratham etc.

 agne rathir adhvaranam # RV.1.44.2b; 8.11.2c; SV.2.1131b.

 agner anikam varunasya mansi # RV.7.88.2b.

 agner anikam apa a vivesa # VS.8.24a; TS.; MS.1.3.39a: 45.7; KS.4.13a; 29.3; SB.; ApS.8.8.3. P: agner anikam KS.10.8.22; MS.

 agner anikam brhatah saparyam # RV.10.7.3c.

 agner anuvrata bhutva # TS.; KS.1.10c; TB.; MS.; ApMB.1.2.7c (ApG.2.4.8). See patyur anu.

 agner antahsleso'si # VS.13.25; 14.6,15,16,27; 15.57; TS.; MS.2.8.12 (bis): 116.3,11; KS.17.10 (bis); SB.; MS.6.1.8.

 agner apakacaksasah # RV.8.75.7b; TS.; MS.4.11.6b: 175.6; KS.7.17b.

 agner api dadhami tam # AV.4.36.2d.

 agner apunann usijo amrtyavah # RV.3.2.9b. See under agner akrnvann.

 agner apnasah samid astu bhadra # RV.10.80.2a.

 agner ayat (priya dhamani) # SB. Uha of ayad agneh priya dhamani.

 agne rayim yasasam dhehi navyasim # RV.6.8.5b.

 agne rayim maghavadbhyas ca dhehi # RV.6.10.5b.

 agne rayim maghavadbhyo na a vaha # RV.7.16.9c.

 agner avena (read agne ravena) marutam na bhojya # RV.1.128.5b.

 agner asyama manmabhih # RV.3.11.8b.

 agne rasena tejasa # TS.

 agner astrtayajvanah # RV.8.43.1b.

 agner aham suhavasya pranitau # RV.3.15.1d; VS.11.49d; TS.; MS.2.7.5d: 79.15; KS.16.4d; 19.5; SB.

 agner aham svistakrto devayajyayayuh pratistham gameyam # KS.5.1; 32.1. See agnih svista.

 agner aham devayajyaya (MS. ya caksusa) caksusman bhuyasam # ApS.4.9.11; MS. Cf. agnisomayor aham etc.

 agner aham devayajyayannado bhuyasam # TS.; 11.5; ApS.4.9.13; MS.

 agner aham ujjitim anujjesam # TS. (bis); 7.4.2; ApS.4.12.4. See agner ujjitim, and cf. agnisomayor aham etc., agner agnisomayor ujjitim etc., and agneh svistakrto'ham etc.

 agner agnidhram asi # ApS.3.3.8. Cf. agnim agnidhrat, and agnir agnidhrat and foll.

 agner ajyasya havisah # AS.3.6.10 (cf. 11).

 agner atithyam asi # TS.;; ApS.10.30.8. Cf. atither.

 agne ratim upasrjanti surayah # RV.2.1.16b; 2.13b.

 agner ayur asi (KS. asi tasya te manusya ayuskrtas) tenasma amusma ayur dehi # MS.2.3.4: 30.18; 2.3.5: 32.12; KS.11.7. P: agner ayur asi KS.11.8; MS.; MG.1.5.4; 17.3. Cf. agnir ayusman, and agnir ayus.

 agne rayo didihi nah # RV.5.25.3c.

 agne rayo nrtamasya prabhutau # RV.3.19.3c; TS.; MS.4.14.15c: 240.10.

 agner indrasya cayuse'vapat # AG.1.17.12b; ApMB.2.1.4b,6b; HG.2.6.10b. See indrasya cayuse, and vayor indrasya ca.

 agner indrasya somasya # RV.2.8.6a.

 agner iva prasitir naha vartave # RV.2.25.3c.

 agner iva bhrama vrtha # RV.9.22.2c.

 agner iva vijanta abhrtabhyah # AV.8.7.15b.

 agner ivasya dahata eti susminah # AV.6.20.1a. P: agner iva Kaus.30.7.

 agner ivasya dahatah # AV.7.45.2a. P: agner iva Kaus.36.27.

 agner isita martyah # RV.4.15.5b.

 agne ruca (MS.KS.MS. rucah) stha prajapater dhatuh somasya (MS. prajapateh somasya dhatuh; KS. prajapateh somasya dhatur bhuyasam prajanisiya) # TS.; MS.2.13.20 (bis): 165.12; 166.10; KS.39.13; MS.6.2.3.

 agne rucam pate namas te ruce mayi rucam dhah (KS. dhehi; ApS. rucam mayi dhehi) # MS.1.5.2: 68.7; 1.5.9: 77.10; KS.6.9; 7.6; ApS.6.22.1.

 agner ujjitim anujjesam # MS. See under agner aham ujjitim.

 agner ekam priyatamam babhuva # AV.5.28.6b.

 agne rejante asasanto ajarah # RV.1.143.3d.

 agne retas candram hiranyam # TB.; ApS.5.2.1a. Cf. agneh prajatam.

 agner edhate jaritabhistau # RV.10.6.1b; MS.4.4.15b: 241.2.

 agner gavyutir ghrta a nisatta # RV.10.80.6d.

 agner gayatry abhavat sayugva # RV.10.130.4a; AB.8.6.7.

 agner ghaso apam garbhah # AV.8.7.8a.

 agner ghorasya manyuna # AV.7.70.5c. See agner devasya.

 agner janitram asi # VS.5.2; TS.;; MS.1.2.7: 16.7; 3.9.5: 121.5; KS.3.4; 26.7; SB.; ApS.7.12.12; MS. P: agner janitram KS.5.1.28.

 agner jatam adhi jatavedasah # AV.19.45.3b.

 agner jihvam abhi (MS. jihvabhi [Padap. jihvam, abhi]; AV.KS. jihvayabhi) grnitam (AV. grnata) # AV.5.27.9b; VS.27.18b; TS.; MS.2.12.6b: 150.12; KS.18.17b.

 agner jihvasi vaco visarjanam # MS.1.1.6: 3.13; 1.4.10: 58.5; 4.1.6: 8.4. P: agner jihvasi MS. See agnes tanur asi vaco.

 agner jihvasi suhur (VSK.TS.TB. subhur; KS. supur) devebhyah (TS.TB. devanam) # VS.1.30; VSK.1.10.3; TS.; KS.1.10; TB.; SB.; SS.4.8.1. P: agner jihvasi ApS.2.6.5.

 agner jyotir nicayya # VS.11.1c,11c; SB.,41; SvetU.2.1b. Cf. agnim jyotir.

 agner devasya manyuna (TB. brahmana) # AV.7.70.4c; TB. See agner ghorasya.

 agner devasyorv antariksam # AV.12.1.20b.

 agner dhamani vibhrta purutra # RV.10.80.4d; TS.

 agner dhamopehi # MS.1.3.36: 43.3. See agneh patha, and agneh priyam.

 agner bhasmasi # VS.12.46; VSK.5.4.4; TS.;; MS.1.2.8: 18.8; 2.7.11: 89.6; 3.2.3: 18.10; 3.8.5: 101.10; KS.16.11; SB.; TB.; ApS.5.9.6; 7.6.1; 16.14.1; 19.11.7; MS.; -6.1.5; VasuU.4. P: agner bhasma KS.17.1.6. Cf. agnir iti bhasma.

 agner bhaga stha # AV.10.5.7.

 agner bhago'si diksaya adhipatyam # VS.14.24; TS.; MS.2.8.5: 109.9; 3.2.10: 31.4; KS.17.4; 20.12 (bis); 21.1; SB. Ps: agner bhago'si TS.; ApS.17.2.9; MS.6.2.1; agner bhagah KS.17.10.11.

 agner bhamam marutam oja imahe # RV.3.26.6b.

 agner bhrajante arcayah # RV.1.44.12d.

 agner bhrajasa suryasya varcasa # VS.35.3; SB. Cf. agnes tejasa etc.

 agner manve prathamasya pracetasah (MS. prathamasyamrtanam) # AV.4.23.1a; TS.; MS.3.16.5a: 190.6; KS.22.15a; TB.; ApS.20.23.4. P: agner manve Vait.2.11; MS.; MG.1.5.5; 23.18; 2.6.5; VHDh.8.232. Designated as mrgara, mrgarasuktani, and mrgarani Kaus.9.1; 27.34; BDh.4.7.5.

 agner yah ksatriyo vidvan # AV.6.76.4c.

 agner yany asi # TS.; MS.2.8.13: 116.18; KS.22.5; ApS.16.24.8; MS.6.1.8. Cf. agner agneyany asi.

 agner vanaspater indrasya vasumato rudravato adityavata rbhumato vibhumato vajavato brhaspatimato visvadevyavatah somasyojjitim # KS.10.7.14. Cf. agnir vanaspatir etc.

 agner vayam prathamasyamrtanam # RV.1.24.2a; AB.7.16.4; SS.15.22.

 agner varma pari gobhir vyayasva # RV.10.16.7a; AV.18.2.58a; TA.6.1.4a; AG.4.3.20. P: agner varma SS.4.14.17; Kaus.81.25.

 agner vasuvane vasudheyasya vetu vaujhak (AS. without vaujhak) # SB.; AS.2.8.14. See under agna u.

 agner vas tejasa (ApS. tejisthena tejasa) devatabhir grhnami # KS.39.1; ApS.16.32.5.

 agner vas tejisthena tejasa nis tapami # TS.; TB.; ApS.2.4.10.

 agner vatasya dhrajya # AV.3.1.5b; 2.3c.

 agner vatan madhukasa hi jajne # AV.9.1.1b,3c,10c.

 agner va pahi jihvaya yajatra # RV.3.35.10b.

 agner vam apannagrhasya sadasi sadayami # TS.; TB.; ApS.3.8.4. See agner vo.

 agner vaso'si # SG.1.9.15.

 agner visvah samidho devayanih # RV.10.51.2d.

 agner vaisvanarad adhi # AV.8.2.27d; 7.16b.

 agner vo'pannagrhasya sadasi sadayami # VS.6.24; TS.; MS.1.3.1: 29.1; KS.3.9; SB.; ApS.11.20.13; MS. P: agner vah KS.8.9.11. See agner vam.

 agner vratani purvya mahani # RV.7.6.2d.

 agner hotuh priya dhamani # AS.1.6.5. Cf. ayad agneh.

 agner hotrena pra nude sapatnan # AV.9.2.6c.

 agne vatsam na svasaresu dhenavah # RV.2.2.2b.

 agne vande tava shriyam # RV.5.28.4b.

 agne vanya (TS. without agne) # TS.; MS.2.13.12: 162.7; KS.40.3.

 agne varenyam kuru # RV.6.16.33c.

 agne varcasvan # see agne varcasvin.

 agne varcasvinam kuru # AV.3.22.3e.

 agne varcasvin (VSK. varcasvan) varcasvans (SS. varcasvi) tvam devesv asi varcasvan (SS. varcasvy) aham manusyesu bhuyasam # VS.8.38; VSK.8.12.1; 13.1; SB.; SS.10.2.6. P: agne varcasvin KS.12.3.6.

 agne vasu vidhate rajani tve # RV.6.1.13d; TB.; MS.4.13.6d: 207.16; KS.18.20d.

 agne vastor utosasah # RV.1.79.6b; SV.2.913b; VS.15.37b; TS.; MS.2.13.8b: 157.13; KS.39.15b.

 agne vahne sundhasva # ApS.6.3.4. P: agne vahne MS.

 agne vahne svaditam nas tanaye pitum paca # ApS.4.16.5.

 agne vajajid vajam tva sarisyantam vajajitam sam marjmi # VS.2.7; SB.; Vait.2.13. P: agne vajajit KS.3.1.13. See next, and ajim tvagne sarisyantam.

 ague vajajid vajam tva sarisyantam vajam jesyantam vajinam vajajitam vajajityayai sam marjmy agnim annadam annadyaya # TB.; ApS.2.13.1. See prec., and cf. the uha, apo vajajito.

 agne vajajid vajam tva sasrvansam vajajitam sam marjmi # VS.2.14; SB.; Vait.4.1. Cf. KS.3.5.4. See next, and ajim tvagne sasrvansam.

 agne vajajid vajam tva sasrvansam vajam jigivansam vajinam vajajitam vajajityayai sam marjmy agnim annadam annadyaya # TB.; ApS.3.4.7. See under prec.

 agne vajam jaya # MS.

 agne vajam ajaih # MS.

 agne vajasya gomatah # RV.1.79.4a; SV.1.99a; 2.911a; VS.15.35a; TS.; MS.2.13.8a: 157.9; 4.12.5: 191.8; KS.39.15a; ApS.14.33.6; MS.; -6.2.2. P: agne vajasya KS.12.14; AS.4.13.7; KS.17.12.13.

 agne vaji na krtvyah # RV.6.2.8b.

 agne vat # AB.5.22.10,11; AS.8.13.1.

 agne vatasya pathyabhir acha # RV.3.14.3b.

 agne vayo vidyuc candramah salokatam vo'siya # SS.4.8.4.

 agne vastuni nir daha tvam # AV.9.2.4d.

 agne vastuny anunirdaha tvam # AV.9.2.9d.

 agne viksu pratidayat (var. pratidayan) # TB. See agre viksu.

 agne vitatam antar a (LS. antaram) # RV.9.67.23b; VS.19.41b; MS.3.11.10b: 156.3; KS.38.2b; TB.; LS.5.4.14b; VHDh.2.37b.

 agne vittad dhaviso yad yajama (TB. yajamah) # RV.5.60.6d; TB.

 agne viddhi (HG. viddhi karma) kriyamanam yathedam # AV.5.29.1b; HG.1.2.18b.

 agne vidhema te parame janman # KS.18.4a. P: agne vidhema te KS.21.9. See vidhema te parame.

 agne vi pasya brhatabhi raya # RV.3.23.2c.

 agne vipraya santya # RV.3.21.3b; MS.4.13.5b: 204.12; KS.16.21b; TB.; AB.2.12.12b.

 agne vipro vi paner bharti vajam # RV.6.13.3b.

 agne vi yanti vanino na vayah # RV.6.13.1b; ApS.5.23.9b.

 agne virapsinam medhyam # AV.5.29.13c.

 agne virajam upasedha sakram # MG.2.11.14b. See under ugro virajann.

 agne vivasvad a bhara # SV.1.10a.

 agne vivasva dusasah # RV.1.44.1a; SV.1.40a; 2.1130a; PB.9.3.4; AS.4.13.7; 6.6.8; 9.9.9; ApS.14.23.15; Svidh.3.3.2; VHDh.8.54. P: agne vivasvat SS.6.4.7; 14.55.3; 15.3.3. Cf. BrhD.3.111.

 agne visvatah pratyann asi tvam # RV.10.79.5d.

 agne visvani durita tarema # RV.6.15.15d. Cf. ati visvani etc.

 agne visvani dhanya dadhanah # RV.3.1.16b.

 agne visvani varya # RV.3.11.9a.

 agne visvany arya a # RV.10.191.1b; AV.6.63.4b; VS.15.30b; TS.;; MS.2.13.7b: 156.8; KS.2.15b.

 agne visvabhir utibhih # MS.4.10.5b: 154.2; SS.3.15.4b.

 agne visvebhir agnibhih # RV.3.24.4a; SV.2.853a; SS.2.3.11; 9.24.9; 14.52.6.

 agne visvebhir a gahi # RV.5.26.4a.

 agne visvebhih sumana anikaih # RV.4.10.3d; SV.2.1129d; VS.15.46d; TS.; MS.4.10.2d: 145.10; KS.20.14d.

 agne visvebhih svanika devaih # RV.6.15.16a; TS.; MS.4.10.4a: 152.4; KS.15.12a; AB.1.28.26a; KB.9.2; AS.2.17.3. P: agne visvebhih svanika SS.3.14.12.

 agne visve marutah sumnam arcan # RV.3.14.4b.

 agne viravatim isam # RV.8.43.15c; KS.2.14c.

 agne vihi # AB.1.22.4,5; SB.; AS.2.16.15; 3.9.4; 4.7.4; 5.13.6; MS. Cf. agnir hota vetv.

 agne vihi purodasam # RV.3.28.3a.

 agne vihi havisa yaksi devan # RV.7.17.3a.

 agne vrdhana ahutim # RV.3.28.6a; AS.6.5.25.

 agne vedhastama priyam # RV.1.75.2b.

 agne ver hotram ver adhvaram # PB.21.10.1; KS.23.3.1; ApS.22.19.1; MS.9.4.2.

 agne ver hotram ver dutyam # VS.2.9; MS.1.10.2: 141.7; KS.9.5; 36.10; SB.; ApS.8.12.4. P: agne ver hotram MS.

 agne vaisvanara dyumat # KS.16.12d; AS.8.9.7b; SS.10.10.8b.

 agne vaisvanara visvair ma devaih pahi svaha # AV.2.16.4. P: agne vaisvanara Vait.8.9.

 agne vaisvanara (MS.3.2.4d, rah) svaha # TS.; MS.2.7.12d: 91.5; 3.2.4d: 20.8; TB.

 agne vocah sumatim rodasyoh # RV.6.2.11b; 14.6b.

 agne vyacasva rodasi uruci # AV.3.3.1b. See agne yajasva.

 agne vratapate tvam vratanam vratapatir asi # TS.; 3.4.3; ApS.11.1.14; 18.4. P: agne vratapate TS. Cf. under agne vratapa.

 agne vratapate tvayi # VS.20.24b.

 agne vratapate ya tava tanur iyam sa mayi # MS.1.2.7: 16.16; MS. Cf. yagne mama tanur esa, ya tava tanur iyam, and ya mama.

 agne vratapate ya tava tanur mayy abhud esa sa tvayi # MS.1.2.13: 22.16; 3.9.1: 114.2; MS. Cf. yagne mama tanus, ya tava tanur mayy, and ya mama.

 agne vratapate ya mama tanur esa sa tvayi # MS.1.2.7: 16.15; MS. Cf. ya mama tanur esa.

 agne vratapate ya mama tanus tvayy abhud iyam sa mayi # MS.1.2.13: 22.16; 3.9.1: 114.2; MS.

 agne vratapate vratam carisyami # VS.1.5; TS.; 6.7.2; MS.4.9.24: 137.8; SB.; TB.; TA.4.41.3; SS.4.8.3; ApS.4.3.2; 15.20.3; Kaus.56.6; SMB.1.6.9; HG.1.7.8. P: agne vratapate KS.2.1.11; MS.4.7.4; GG.2.10.16; KhG.2.4.7. Cf. VaDh.28.13. See next but one.

 agne vratapate vratam acarisam (MS. and MS. v.l. acarsam; KS. acarisma) # VS.2.28; TS.; 7.6.6; MS.4.1.26: 138.5; KS.5.6; 32.6; SB.; SS.4.12.10; ApS.4.16.11; MS.; HG.1.8.7; 9.8. P: agne vratapate TA.4.41.6.

 agne vratapate vratam alapsye (KS. alabhe) # MS.1.4.1: 47.3; 1.4.5: 52.15; KS.4.14; 31.15; MS. See prec. but one.

 agne vratapa asme vratapas tve vratapah punar vratapa vratinam vratani # KS.2.8; 3.1. P: agne vratapah KS.26.2. Cf. agne vratapate tvam, and next.

 agne vratapas tve vratapah # VS.5.6,40; SB.; 6.3.21. P: agne vratapah KS.8.2.4. Cf. under prec.

 agne sakema te vayam # RV.3.27.3a; MS.4.11.2a: 163.4; KS.40.14a; TB.

 agne sam asti dhayase # RV.5.7.9b.

 agne sardhantam a ganam # RV.5.56.1a.

 agne sardha mahate saubhagaya # RV.5.28.3a; AV.7.73.10a; VS.33.12a; MS.4.11.1a: 159.5; KS.2.15a; TB.; 5.2.4a; AS.2.11.9; 18.17; ApS.3.15.5a. P: agne sardha SS.3.1.4; MS.

 agne sukrasa irate # RV.8.44.4c; SV.2.891c.

 agne sukrena socisa # RV.1.12.12a; 8.44.14b; 10.21.8a; SV.2.1063b. Cf. agne tigmena socisa.

 agne sundhasva # MS. Cf. ApS.6.3.4.

 agne sumbhasva tanvah # AS.2.5.9c; ApS.6.25.7c.

 agne susugdhy a rayim # RV.1.97.1b; AV.4.33.1b; TA.6.10.1a; 11.1b.

 agnes ca tva brahmanas ca tejasa juhomi tejodam # MS.4.7.3: 96.6. P: agnes ca tva brahmanas ca tejasa juhomi MS.7.2.2.

 agnes ca dirgham ayur astu devah # RV.10.51.8d; N.8.22d.

 agnes candrasya suryasya # AV.19.27.5c.

 agnes casi brahmacarin mama ca # Kaus.56.12. Cf. brahmacary asi.

 agnes cikitra usasam ivetayah # SV.2.332b; PB.13.2.3. See citras cikitra.

 agnes cid arca pitukrttarebhyah # RV.10.76.5d.

 agneh sariram asi parayisnuh # AV.8.2.28a.

 agneh samitram asi # ApS.3.3.8.

 agneh socir na didyutah # RV.8.6.7c.

 agnes te pranam amrtat # AV.8.2.13a.

 agnes tva caksusavapasyami (SS. caksusavekse) # PB.1.5.3; SS.2.8.9.

 agnes tva (KS.ApS. agnes tva) tejasa sadayami # VS.13.13; MS.2.7.15: 98.1; KS.16.15; SB.; ApS.16.22.5; MS.6.1.17. P: agnes tva KS.17.4.12. Cf. agnes tva tejasabhi sincami.

 agnes tva tejasa suryasya varcasa visvesam tva devanam kratunabhimrsami # MG.1.18.4. Cf. agnes tejasa suryasya varcasa, and foll.

 agnes tva devasya vratena dadhe # MS.1.6.1: 86.7; 1.6.2: 87.3; 1.6.5: 94.13. P: agnes tva MS.

 agnes tva matraya jagatya vartanya devas tva saviton nayatu jivatvai jivanasyayai # MS.2.3.4: 31.7. P: agnes tva MS. See agnes tva matraya.

 agnes tvasyena prasnami # VS.2.11; GB.2.1.2; SB.; KB.6.14; SS.4.7.8; LS.4.11.13. Ps: agnes tvasyena Vait.3.11; agnes tva KS.2.2.18. See agnes tvasyena, and next two.

 agnes tvasyena prasnami brhaspater mukhena # VSK.2.3.5; AS.1.13.1; Kaus.65.14. See under prec.

 agnes tvasyena prasnami brahmanasyodarena brhaspater mukhena # MS. See under prec. but one.

 agne samvesiso rayim # RV.8.75.11b; SV.2.999b; TS.; MS.4.11.6b: 175.16; KS.7.17b.

 agne sam srjmahe girah # see agne sasrjmahe.

 agne sa ksesad rtapa rtejah # RV.6.3.1a; MS.4.4.15a: 240.3. P: agne sa ksesat SS.14.53.7. Cf. BrhD.5.105.

 agne sakhyasya bodhi nah # RV.8.44.22c.

 agne sakhye ma risama vayam tava # RV.1.94.1d-14d; AV.20.13.3d; SV.1.66d; 2.414d-416d; MS.2.7.3d: 78.2; SMB.2.4.2d-4d; HG.1.9.4d; ApMB.2.7.1d.

 agne sacanta ksitisu dhruvasu # RV.1.73.4b.

 agne samjurvasi ksami # RV.8.60.7b.

 agne sadaksah satanur hi bhutva # TS.; KS.30.8c. See agnih sudaksah sutanur.

 agne sadhastha vida lokam asya # KS.40.13b. See under devah sadhastha.

 agne samdaha raksah # MS.2.6.3: 65.11; 4.3.4: 43.19; KS.15.2.

 agne sapatnadambhanam # VS.3.18e; TS.; 5.5.4b;; MS.1.5.2e: 67.14; KS.6.9f; SB.; SS.2.11.3e.

 agne sapatnasaha sapatnan me sahasva # MS.1.5.1: 67.7.

 agne sapatnan apabadhamanah # TB.; ApS.5.12.3c.

 agne sapatnan adharan padayasmat # AV.13.1.31a.

 agne sa bodhi me vacah # RV.8.43.27c.

 agne sabhya parisadya jusasva svaha # MS.8.5.

 agne sabhya sundhasva # ApS.6.3.4. Cf. agne parisadya sundhasva, and agne didaya.

 agne samidbhir imahe # RV.8.43.12c.

 agne (AV. erroneously, agre) samidham aharsam # AV.19.64.1a; Kaus.57.26. See agnaye samidham.

 agne samrat sundhasva # ApS.6.3.4.

 agne samrad ajaikapad ahavaniya divah prthivyah pary antariksal lokam vinda yajamanaya # KS.7.13; ApS.5.15.6; 6.2.1.

 agne samrad (VSK.SS. samral) abhi dyumnam # VS.3.38c; VSK.3.4.3c; SB.; AS.2.5.12c; SS.2.15.2c.

 agne samrad ise raye (ApS. rayyai) ramasva sahase dyumnayorje'patyaya (ApS. erroneously, orjapatyaya) # AS.3.12.23; ApS.9.9.1. See ise raye.

 agne sarvas tanvah sam rabhasva # AV.19.3.2c.

 agne sasrjmahe (MS. samsrjmahe) girah # RV.6.16.37c; SV.2.1055c; MS.4.11.2c: 163.7; KS.40.14c.