Wednesday, July 02, 2008

SN to SZ

SNI
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.


SOO
Sooch (pr: s`ooch) = think about, regret about

SPA
Sparsa (spars`a)(n) = touch;

SPH
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).


SRI
srishta (v) = create;
SRO
srotra (srootra)(n) = hearing;

STA
Stanam (n) = breast.
Usage: "Naarii stana bhara naabhii dees`am, drisht`vaa maagaa moohaavees`am" . Sankaracharya in his Bhaja Goovinda verses.


STH
Sthanam (Sthaanam)(n): 1. Place. 2. Rank.


suhrud = good heart.

SUD
Sudha : nectar.

SUK
sukha = comfort, luxury, happiness
sukhi (n) = happy person;

SUT
Suta = 1. Son 2. Daughter.

SUU
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.

SV

SVA
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

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

A

A


AA

aadi = beginning;
aadhyaaya = study;
aamaya = ailment, disease
aahava = battle
aalayam (n) = house.
aap = water;
aaraam = rest;
aarn`avam = Ocean;
aas`rita = take shelter;

Aavees`am(n) = excitement.

Usage: "Naarii stana bhara naabhii dees`am, drisht`vaa maagaa mooha aavees`am" . Sankaracharya in his Bhaja Goovinda verses. Meaning: Do not get excitement of temptation by seeing the navel spot weighted by a woman's breasts.



aatma = soul

AB


ABH
Abharanam (pr:Aabharan`am) (n) = jewels, ornaments.
Abhayam(n) = Assurance of protection; fearlessness.

Abhiprayam (Abhipraayam)(n): 1. Opinion.

Abhiruci (Abhi ruchi) (n): Aptitude and interest.

Abhyutthanam (Abhyutthaanam) (n): 1. birth and growth;

ABR
abraviit = said (past tense of say).

ADH
Adhikam (n & adj.): 1. Plenty 2. Excess.

Adhikaranam (Adhikaran`am) (n) : 1. Article or Section in a Chapter.
Adhikari (Adhikaari)(n): 1. An authorised person 2. An Officer.

ADY
Adya (adv) : Now (Adverb of time).
Adyaiva (Adya+ eva) : Now itself.

AGN
agni = fire;

aham = I
Usage: Kas tvam, koo aham, kutaha aayaataha. Sankaracharya in his Bhaja Govinda verses. Meaning: Who are you? Who am I? Wherefrom have we come?


ahamkaara = the feeling of I (ego)

AJA
aja (n) = without birth
Ajam (n) : 1. A goat.

ajinam (n) = deer skin;
(Usage: s`ayyaa bhuutalam ajinam vaasaha. In S`ankaracharya's Bhaja Goovinda verses. Meaning: Bed is the earth's surface. Garments are deer skins.)

AKA
Akam (n) = sin. Akadhwamsi = One who destroys sins i.e. the God.
akshara = indelible, not destroyed;

AMA
Amala(n) : A baby name (girls): person without dirt.
Amatya (Amaatya)(n) = ministers, counsellors of a king;

AMB
ambhasa = water;
Amrita, Amruta (n)= Ambrosia, nectar.
amtam = end;
amtah sukhi = person who is happy within;
amtar aaraama = resting within;
amtar jyooti = inner light;

AN

ANA
anaamayam (n) = health, robust;

Anantam : Endless, infinite.
Usage:
Aneekabaahuudaravaktraneetram; pas`yaami tvaa sarvatoo anamtaruupam. [Bhagavad Gita 11/16]

anasuuya = one without envy.
Antam : End.
antas = within;

ANU
Anubhavam (n) : Experience.
anya = other

ANV
anvahan = day by day. (anu + aham).

Usage: "dvee sahasree tu vadhyetee pas`uunaam anvahan tadaa". Mahabharata 3-199-6. Meaning: (They) kill also two thousand animals everyday.

apaana vaayu = wind moving downward in digestive system and expelled through anus.
api = also, despite;
agni = fire


Araal`a (adj) = curled, (particularly of hair)

Usage: araalaa keesheeshu prakruiti saralaa manda hasitee.
Sankaracharya in Saundarya Lahari, verse 92. Here the Mother Goddess is described as araala keesheeshu = curled haired.
arhati = is entitled to;
arth = money, wealth;
asams'aya = without doubt, hesitation;
asmaakam = us

ASN
asn (tv) = eat, get;

ASU
asuya (pr: asuuya) (n) = 1. envy, jealousy;

At


ATH
Athava (conj.) = Or else.

ATI
Atidhi(Atidhi or Atithi), n. : Guest.

AVR
Avritam (pr:Aavrutam) (Adj.): 1. covered by.

Ay

AYO
Ayoodhya = 1. Capital of Rama. Etym: One which cannot be conquered (yoodh = fight a battle).

B

B


BAA
bahu, bahuun = many;

Baahu: Arms.
Usage: Aneekabaahuudaravaktraneetram;
pas`yaami tvaa sarvatoo anamtaruupam [Bhagavad Gita 11/16]


baahya = 1. outside 2. exterminated.

BAH
bahir = outside


BAR
Barhi : A pea-cock.

BHA

Bhadram (adj, n) = secure.
Bhavishyat (n) = future.
Bhayam = fear.

BHAA

Bhaamini = lady, woman.
bhaarya = wife (etym: One who is borne. The bearer is the husband i.e. bharta.)
bhooga = luxury, enjoy
bhookta = eater, person enjoying;
bhruva = place between two eye brows;

Bhuutalam (n) = Earth's surface.
(

Usage: s`ayyaa bhuutalam ajinam vaasaha. In S`ankaracharya's Bhaja Goovinda verses. Meaning: Bed is the earth's surface. Garments are deer skins.)

BO
Booddha (n) = scholar, pandit.

Usage: Bhartruhari Niiti S`atakam, 3-1
Boddhaaroo matsara grastaa. (Scholars are suffering from envy).

BRI
Brihaspati(n): 1. Preceptor of demy-Gods. 2. A great intellectual. 3. The Planet Jupiter.

BU
budha (n) = 1. scholars 2. Planet Mercury.
budha vaara (n) = Fourth day of the week, name derived from the Planet Mercury.
buddhi = intellect

C

C

Cakshu (n) = eye;
Candana (n) = sandalwood;

Usage: candana carcita niilakal`eebara piita vasana vanamaalii. Jayadeva in his Asht`apadis. Meaning: This describes the body of Krishna. His blue colored body (niila kaleebara) is applied with sandalwood paste (candana carcita). He wears yellow garments (piitavasana). Oh wearer of garland of forest flowers! (vana = forest; maali = wearer of garlands).

Carcita (adj) = applied (paste etc.).

Usage: candana carcita niilakal`eebara piita vasana vanamaalii. Jayadeva in his Asht`apadis. Meaning: This describes the body of Krishna. His blue colored body (niila kaleebara) is applied with sandalwood paste (candana carcita). He wears yellow garments (piitavasana). Oh wearer of garland of forest flowers! (vana = forest; maali = wearer of garlands).

catur = four;
Ceela (n) = 1. disciple. 2. garments.
chin (v)= break; disintegrate;
chinna (adj) = broken, disintegrated;
cittam = inner self

CU
Cubuka (N) = chin.
(Usage: S`ankaracharya in Bhaja Govinda Verses: "Ratrau chubuka samarpita jaanuhu". Meaning: During nights, the knees folded to touch chin (to save oneself from winter coldness).

#004, WORDS STARTING WITH 'D'

D

daanam = charity

Usage:
daatavyam iti yad daanam diiyatee anupakaarin`ee
dees`ee kaalee ca paatree ca tad daanam saattvikam smrutam. Bhagavad Gita 17-20. Meaning: The charity which is given to a fully eligible person not in return for some help, in alignment with the country, and time, that charity is called Potentfully virtuous.

DAG
Dagdha (adj.) = 1. born; 2. burnt.

DAI
Daivam(n) = 1. God. 2. Fate.

DAK
Dakshata (n) : 1. Dexterity.

DAM
dambham : 1. hypocrisy;


DAN
Dantam : tooth.
Dantachchatam : A mark made by a tooth-bite, particularly during sexual intercourse.

DAR

Darduurika (n) = Frog.

Usage:
2-3-20 of Maha Bhagavata: "Jihvaasatii dardurikeeva suuta
na coopagaayati urugaaya-gaathaha." The tongue of a person who does not sing the praise of the Godhead will be useless like that of a frog.


DEH
Deham (pr:deeham)(n) = body;

DH

DHA

Dharayami (Dhaarayaami): First Person, Simple presentence. "I carry, I bear."
Usage:
Bhuutaani dhaarayaami aham oojasaa. I bear the creatures with my power. Gita 15/13


dharma = ethics, duty, charity, religion (&c);
Dhiira = Courageous.

Dhuurta = Wicked person

DHV
Dhvajam: A flag post.

DHY
Dhyaanam : Meditation (dhi = intellect, yaanam = journey)

DI

Diirgha (Adj.) = long.

DO
doosham = defect;
Dooshi (n) = A person with sin, guilt.

DU
Dugdha (n) = milk.
Duhita (F) = daughter.

DUR
Durdinam : A cloudy day (regarded as a bad day).
Durgaa (feminine) = Goddess named "Durga".
durgam = hill fort difficult to approach and penetrate;

DUS
dushkruta = evil deeds;

DVA
dvaar = door;
dvaidha = two, double;
dvamdva = dual, double, two;
dvija = twice born (Braahmin caste)
dravya = material; money;
drooha = treachery, disloyalty.

E

E

eeka = one
ee tat = all that;


ETE
Ete (pr: Eetee) : 1. These(demonstative adjective).

EVA
Eva (pr:eeva) = only (Adverb)

F

falam(n) = fruit. (better written and pronounced: phalam)

G

G

GAC
gaccha (itv)= go;

GAD
Gada (n) : mace.
Gadi (n) : One who wields a mace.
Usage: Kiriit`inam gadinam ca krin`am ca ; teejooraas`im sarvatoo diiptimamtam [Bhagavad Gita 11/17]

GAG
Gaganam (n): 1. sky.

GIG
gighra (v) = smell;

Gn
Gnaati(n) = paternal collates and relatives, having same surname.

GOV
Govinda (pr:Goovimda, Govinda) = Krishna;

GRA
Gramtha (n) = book. (Latvian equivalent: gramata)

GRI
grihn`a (v) = to receive;
gruham (n) = home, house.

GUD
Gudam (pr: Gud`am)(n): jaggery(sugar cane juice consolidated by heating).
Gudak (pr: Gud`aak) = sleep
Gud`aakees`a= Conquerer of Sleep (Arjuna)
Guha(n) = cave, den.
Guhyam = secret

H

H

hamta = assassin, killer
hata = dead

HAV

Havir, Havis: Sacrificiial food offered to God.
Usage:
Brahma arpan`am brahma havir brahma agnau brahman`aa hutam. The food offered to the Supreme Spirit is also the Supreme Spirit. Gita 04/24


haya = horse;
heemam(n) = gold.
hlaadam(n) = delight, joy.
himam(n) = ice, snow.


HO
Hota (Hoota),n : Host.
Hrushiik= sensual organs
Hrushiikees`a = Controller of sensual organs in Creatures(Krishna)

I

PART 9

I
iccha (n, v) = kaamksha = desire;

ID

IDA
idam = this, that
Idanim (pr: Idaaniim): 1. Now.(Place adverb)

IH

IHA
iham = this world (param = heaven)

IS

ISV
Isvara 1. (pr:Iis`vara) = God (Generic). Lord S`iva (particular).
Ikshvaaku = a ruling clan;
Ilaa (F) = earth.


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IV

IVA
iva = like;

OBJECT OF THIS BLOG: FACT FINDING AND PROVING THE DISTANCE BETWEEN PREACHING AND PRACTISING