brah-man Sanskrit brahman refers to the deity, the "Creator" and also to the primal source and goal of all things.

memona Greek "think, desire."

memno Greek memneo "remind" For Steiner memory is a key element in the state

phantasy from the Greek "image, idea, literally making visible."

mnaomai Greek "be mindful of." Bely has gathered many of these references from Brugmann, Kurze vergleichende Grammatik der indogermanischen Sprachen, Strasbourg 1902-1904. This particular one is on page 144.

memini Latin "to remember."

memoria Latin "remembering, memory."

mintis Lithuanian for "memory."

munds Gothic Cf. Brugmann (124).

melim ??

maneo Latin "to remain in the same place."

mnam ??

manyti Lithuanian "understand."

mana...Zendic. . .manah. . .Sanskrit Bely seems to have gotten it wrong. Actually manas is Sanskrit for "mind," and manah is Avestic -i.e. Zendic. See Buck 1199, 1204 Also see Pokorny 727.

man-ma man- the root in Sanskrit "to think."

man-as Sanskrit "think."

man-am Armenian "I understand."?

manm-ate? Perhaps Sanskrit manyate "to think."

mineti Lithuanian "mind."

menos Greek "mind."

mens Latin mind

men-me is Old Irish

munait Gothic "he thinks."

vnimanie Russian "attention, notice."

vonmen [Russian] "to heed."

mainas Lithuanian According to Brugmann "exchange." (84).

allgemein German "general."

gemein German "mean, meanspirited."

mima Lithuanian "spirit." ??

Mime=Mimir. A mythological figure, source of wisdom. Bely may have reference to him through the myths of Siegfried, who is taught his craft by Mimir.