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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 21

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221. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Carnal: Kaamam / Kaama / Kaam is the Samskruta word.

222. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Cupid: Kaama / Kaamadeva / Kaamadev is the Samskruta word.

223. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Pain: Pidana / Pida is the Samskruta word.

224. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Genesis: Janmam / Janma / Janm is the Samskruta word.

225. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Loafer: Lafanga is the Indian word.

226. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Adam: Aadi / Adityam / Aditya is the Samskruta word.

227. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Clean / Clear: Kora / Cora is the Indian word (remember the Hindi song - Kora kaagasa tha yein mana mera).

228. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Near: Nikatta is the Samskruta word.

229. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Madness: Madakam is the Samskruta word.

230. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Flower: From Samskruta word Pushpam / Pushpa / Pushp we have another Indian word Phool (also can be spelled as Fhool), with this we have the English word Flower.

231. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Loot / Looter: We have a Samskruta word for this as Loontaka.

232. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Jealous: Jalna is the Indian word.

233. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Meet: Milanam / Milana / Milan is the Samskruta word.

234. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Society: Samajam / Samaja / Samaj is the Samskruta word.

235. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Dare: Dheeram / Dheera / Dheer is the Samskruta word.

236. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Star: Sitara is the Samskruta word.

237. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Persevere: Prayasam / Prayasa / Prayas is the Samskruta word.

238. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: She: Sa is the Samskruta word.

239. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Capable: Kalpusha is the Samskruta word.

240. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Direction: Disha is the Samskruta word.

Sri Gurubhyo namaha
Om Sri Vishnuve namaha


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