They often refer to the daily generation of Agni by friction from the two fire-sticks.
Chermosh is away off to the side from Agni and Imhotep in either case.
And the happy pair beholding Agni and the other gods mentally sought their protection.
The god Agni, Brahmans and the goat were born from the mouth of Prajapati.
Agni, inflamed at the sacrifice, the purifier who should be mAgnified, whose hair is flame—him we approach with prayers.
Agni, thou art the giver of life, and receiver of oblations.
At the same time Agni was a great consumer of Soma; when it was poured on the altar, the fire god leapt up joyfully.
Indra and Agni won the race and were therefore awarded the cake.
Indra and Agni are frequently so treated; so are Varuna and Mitra.
The reference to the Bhrigus, to whom Agni is carried, is of special interest.