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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 27

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361. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Sir: In English sir means to give respect. Similarly in Samskruta we have a word called 'Sri' which has the same meaning.

362. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Spy: In Samskruta 'Spasha / Spash' means spy.

363. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Stale: Stale means unpleasant smell. In Samskruta 'Sthaalika' has the similar meaning. Stale is a short form of the Samskruta word sthaalika.

364. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Steady / Statue: In Samskruta 'Sthaapita' means which is standing and steady like a statue.

365. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Swear: Shapati / Shapat is the Samskruta word. Also from our 'svaram / svara / svar' we swear, that's the secret behind the word swear. Swear is the corrupted word from 'svar'.

366. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Jump: Samskruta is so great. In Samskruta we have a word called 'Lampham / Lampha / Lamph' means jump.

367. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Invigorate: Invati / inoti is the Samskruta word, which means to get strength.

368. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Use: In Samskruta the word is 'Yuj / Yugakte' which has one of the meaning as use. Yuj also means to make ready or prepare or arrange.

369. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Wax: Wax is mainly used to move something very smoothly and easily with least effort, like a machine or a shutter etc. In Samskruta the word 'vakh' also means to move. Another Samskruta word 'vaak' means voice. Vakh and vaak are different entities.

370. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Win / Won: 'Vanati' or simply 'van' means win or won in Samskruta.

371. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Wish: In Samskruta we have a word called 'Avashya', which means 'wish will be granted'. Here in this Samskruta word 'vash' means wish, which is a corrupt word and also misspelled word.

372. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Toss / throw: We have word called 'tasyati' or 'tas' which means toss or throw something or someone.

373. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Union: In Samskruta 'YUni' means union. Another corrupt word.

374. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Daily: In Samskruta the word is 'Dinam / Dina / Din'.

375. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Wage: Wage means price of a race or battle or some hardwork. 'Vaaja' in Samskruta has also the same meaning. Also in Samskruta 'Vetanam / Vetana / Vetan' means a kind of money given as salary of some hardwork.

376. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Varnish: 'Varnaayati or Varnaa' means to varnish the wall.

377. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Wed / Wedding: In Samskruta 'Vadu' means bride. Means Vadu getting married is wedding and Vadu is wed. How great is our Samskruta bhasha.

378. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Zebra: In Samskruta VanagardabhaH-rAsabha means zebra. Zebra is the simple meaning of the above Samskruta word.

379. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Flower: Pulla is the Samskruta word. There are other words too for English word flower in Samskruta like pushpa, kusuma etc. Flower = Plower = Pulwer. French: fleur German: Blume Italian: fiore Portuguese: flor Russian: цветок Spanish: flor

380. Sri Krishna Sarvottamam: Mate / Mating: In Samskruta 'Maithuna' is the word used. Mate / Mating is directly taken from the Samskruta word. Translations (pairing of organisms for copulation) French: accouplement, monte German: Paarung, Begattung Russian: спаривание Spanish: apareamiento.

Sri Gurubhyo namaha
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