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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 35

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521. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Status: In Samskruta 'stAna / stAn' (read as staana / staan) means status. Another meaning of stAna in Samskruta is place. Translations (a person’s position or standing relative to that of others) German: Status Italian: stato Portuguese: estatuto Russian: положение

522. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Roar: In Samskruta roar means 'rava / rav'. Translations (of animals) French: rugir German: brüllen Italian: ruggito, ruggire Portuguese: uivar, rugir Russian: рычать Spanish: rugir, bramar

523. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Thunder: In Samskruta 'tanyatu / tanyat' means thunder. Translations (sound caused by a lightning) French: tonnerre German: Donner Italian: tuono Portuguese: trovão Russian: гром Spanish: trueno

524. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Wind: In Samskruta 'vAta / vAt' (read as vaata / vaat) means wind. Also wind means 'vAyu' (read as vaayu). Looking at these two Samskruta words it is clear the English word is stolen. Translations (movement of air)
French: vent German: Wind Italian: vento Portuguese: vento Russian: ветер Spanish: viento

525. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Need: In Samskruta 'nadhita / nadhit / ' means need. Translations (something needed) French: besoin, nécessité German: Notwendigkeit, Bedarf, Bedürfnis Italian: bisogno Portuguese: necessidade Russian: нужда Spanish: necesidad, necesidades

526. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Absent: In Samskruta 'anupastiti' means absent. Absent is the short form of the Samskruta word. Translations (being away from a place)
German: abwesend Italian: assente Portuguese: ausente Russian: отсутствующий Spanish: ausente Samskruta word.

527. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Swell / swelling: 'suzizvi / suziz ' (read as sushishvi / sushish) means swelling in Samskruta. Little difference will always be there because of the pronounciation and evolution with time.

528. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Doubt/Dilemma/Duality: All these English words has almost the same meaning. In Samskruta 'dvandva/dvaidhI/dvaidha' all has the same meaning and is similar to the former English words.

529. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Double: In Samskruta 'dvaita / dvi /dvigunA' means double. Translations (Made up of two matching or complementary elements) German: doppelt Italian: doppio, doppia Portuguese: duplo Russian: двойной Spanish: doble

530. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Full: In Samskruta full means 'pUrna / pUrn' (read as poorna / poorn). Here pUrn = poor + n = foor + n = full. Europeans pronounciation is quite different from Bharatiya pronounciation. Translations (containing the maximum possible amount) French: plein German: voll Italian: pieno Portuguese: cheio Russian: полный Spanish: lleno pronounciation.

531. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Store / stored: In Samskruta 'sthApita / sthApit' (read as sthaapita / sthaapit) means to store something. Translations (place where items may be kept) French: entrepôt German: Lager, Speicher Italian: magazzino, deposito Portuguese: depósito Russian: склад Spanish: depósito

532. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Surrender: In Samskruta we have a beautiful word called 'sharana / sharan' which means surrender. The Samskruta word 'sharanagati' is usually used for to surrender to the Supreme. Sharanu Sharanu Sri Hari / Rama / Krishna namo namaha.

533. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Mannat (Arabic / Urdu / Punjabi): In these languages mannat means something which we pray from our mind (a wish). In Samskruta mann / mind means mana / mAnas (read as maanas). Many of us must have heard the saying 'Brahma mAnasa putra'. Very clearly the English / Arabic / Urdu / Punjabi words are been taken from the greatest language Samskruta.

534. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Manuscript: In Samskruta manuscript means 'manusmriti'. This English word is directly taken by Samskruta. Translations (handwritten, or by extension typewritten) French: manuscrit German: Handscrift, Manuskript Italian: manoscritto Portuguese: manuscrito Russian: рукописный Spanish: manuscrito
535. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Drop: In Samskruta 'drapsa' means drop.
536. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Penis: In Samskruta 'piNDika' (read as pinnddhika) means penis. Translations (male organ for copulation and urination) French: pénis, bite, membre German: Penis, Glied, Schwanz (slang) Italian: pene Portuguese: pénis (Portugal), pênis ( Brazil), membro, membro viril Russian: половой член Spanish: (Spain) pene, carajo, pirula, pirulo, pito, polla, (Colombia) pija, ( Bolivia) tranca, (Argentina) verga, chota, garompa, pipe, poste, poronga, papirola, miembro
537. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Red: In Samskruta red means 'rakta / rakt'. Translations (having red as its colour) French: rouge German: rot Italian: rosso, rubino Portuguese: vermelho, rubro, rufo, rúbeo, rubente, rúbido, rússeo, ruge, escarlate, rubicundo Russian: красный Spanish: rojo, colorado, rubicundo, rubro, rufo, rúbeo
538. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Wild: In Samskruta wild means 'vanya'. If wild is rewritten it will be waild or vaild. (Not sure why English language doesn't use correct spelling). Wild is taken from Samskruta language. We should always remember there will be always some difference in pronounciation with Samskruta and English languages. Translations (not domesticated or tamed) French:sauvage German: wild Italian: selvaggio, selvatico Portuguese: selvagem, silvestre Russian: дикий Spanish: salvaje, montaraz.

539. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Habit: In Samskruta habit means 'abhyAsa / abhyAs'. Habit = Hab + it = abh + it = abhyAs. We should keep in mind, little difference will always be there in spelling and pronounciation. Translations (an action done on a regular basis) French: habitude German: Gewohnheit, Habitus Italian: abitudine, consuetudine Portuguese: hábito Russian: привычка Spanish: costumbre
540. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Dust: In Samskruta 'dhUli / dhUl' (read as dhuuli / dhuul) means dust.

Sri Gurubhyo namaha
Om Sri KurmAya namaha


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