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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 6

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51. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Cow: This English word is another way of pronouciation of the Samskruta word Gaw / Gow / Go. Many of us know the meaning of Gaw / Gow / Go in Samskruta is Cow. In German Gow / Go means Bous Bou. So Bous is also a corrupt word of Gow. 🙏🙏🐄🐄🐄🐮🐮🐮🙏🙏

52. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Navigation: In Samskruta we have a word known as Navagatha. Here Navagatha = Nava (ship) + Gatha (a way). Means ship showing the way. Meaning to navigate. Here we should know that the English word Navy is taken from the Samskruta word Navakam / Navaka / Navake. In Samskruta Navaka means a ship. 🙏🙏🛳🚤⛴🛳🚤⛴🙏🙏

53. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Serpent (in english)/ Serpentem (in Latin) / snake (english): Many of us know in Samskruta snake means 'Sarpam / Sarpa / Sarp. It is very clear here the words like Serpent / Serpentem / Snake is a corrupt word of Samskruta word Sarpam. 🙏🙏🐍🐍🐍🐍🐽𓐍🙏🙏

54. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Anonymous (English) / Anonymos (German): We have a wonderful word called 'Anamika' in Samskruta which means anonymous in English. Very clear another corrupt word from Samskruta. 🙏🙏🤔🤔🤔🙄🙄🙄🙏🙏

55. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Barbarian (English) / Barbaria (Latin): A Samskruta word Barbara means very very very cruel. Also in Mahabharata we have a person who is the grandson of Sri Bhimadeva / Bhima and son of Gatotgacha called Barbarika who was very cruel (means someone who can easily defeat/kill his enemies). 🙏🙏💪💪💪💪💪🙏🙏

56. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Domicile (English) / Domus (Latin): The meaning of Domicile and Domus means a resident or house or home. In Samskruta 'Dhamam / Dhama / Dham' means a resident / house / home. A secret word unlocked. 🙏🙏🏠🏡🏚🏠🏡🏚🙏🙏

57. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Door: Just look at this English word 'Door'. Now look at our Samskruta word 'Dwar'. As usual European people's tongue doesn't twist like Bharata people. Samskruta word 'Dwar' is a tongue twister compared to an easy English word 'Door'. 🙏🙏👅👅👅🚪🚪🚪🙏🙏

58. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Medium: Medium meaning not so good or not so bad in English. We have a Samskruta word 'Madhyam' which is also having same meaning. Medium = Me + di + um = Ma + dhya + um = Madhyam. We still use the words like Maddium / Maddi in many Indian languages. 🙏🙏🙏🌓🌓🌛🌜🙏🙏🙏

59. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Calendar (English) / Kalendae (Latin): In the greatest language Samskruta we have a word called 'Kaalam / Kaala / Kaal' which means time frame in English. The English word 'Calendar / Kalender / Kaalender' means something which tries to show the month or time frame of the year. Calendar is a corrupt version of the Samskruta word Caal / Kaal. 🙏🙏🕰🕰⏳⌛🗓🗓🙏🙏

60. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Create (English) / Creatus (Latin): This means to do something. Means to do some work (like creative work). In Samskruta the word Kriya or Karya means the same. Kriya means to do something. Kriya = Kri + ya = Cri + ya = Cre + yat = Create. As simple. Create is a corrupt word from our Hindu Samskruta word Kriya or Karya.

Sri Gurubhyo namaha
Om Sri Vedavyasa Devaaya namaha

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