Snigdham (adj) = oily.
Usage:"Rasyaa: snigdhaa: sthiraa hrudyaa aahaaraa: saatvika priyaaha". Bhagavad Gita, 17-09. Meaning: Energeting and Tolerant persons prefer succulent, oily, stable, delicious foods.
Sooch (pr: s`ooch) = think about, regret about
Sparsa (spars`a)(n) = touch;
sphuuramaan`am (adj) = twitching (eyes etc.).
uparisht`aad hi nayanam sphuramaan`am idam mama.
Valmiki in Ramayana, Part 6 of War (6-4-7). Shri Rama says: My twitching eyes are declaring that... (that he is going to conquer Ravana).
srishta (v) = create;
srotra (srootra)(n) = hearing;
Stanam (n) = breast.
Usage: "Naarii stana bhara naabhii dees`am, drisht`vaa maagaa moohaavees`am" . Sankaracharya in his Bhaja Goovinda verses.
Sthanam (Sthaanam)(n): 1. Place. 2. Rank.
suhrud = good heart.
Sudha : nectar.
sukha = comfort, luxury, happiness
sukhi (n) = happy person;
Suta = 1. Son 2. Daughter.
Suuta = 1. A mixed caste person with a Kshatriya father and a Brahmin mother. Occupation usually a) charioteers b) racounteurs (story-tellers). eg. Loomaharshan`a.
sva = one's own
Svadhyaya (Svaadhyaaya) (n) : 1. Self study.
svayam : 1. on one's own.
Svayambhuva (n) : 1. Self-created, Self-born.
svaadhyaa = self study;
Svasthyam (Svaasthyam) (n) = health.
svapa (v) = to dream;
svapnam (n) = dream;
Usage: Sampadaha svapna samkaas`aha. Shankaracharya in his tasmaat jagarit verses. Meaning: Riches are like dreams.
Svasa (s`vaasa) (v) = 1. to breathe;
s`vas`ura = father-in-law
s`yaala = brother-in-law
syamdan = chariot