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481. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Chariot: In Samskruta 'Carya' (read as charya) means chariot. Another word used for chariot in Samskruta is ratha. Translations (vehicle used in warfare) French: char (de guerre), charriot German: Streitwagen Italian: biga Portuguese: biga Russian: колесница Spanish: carro, carreta


482. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Carriage: 'cakraGga' (read as chakragnaga) means someone who adheres his boss while driving the chariot. Translations (wheeled vehicle, generally drawn by horse power) French: carrosse German: Kutsche Italian: carrozza Portuguese: carruagem Russian: (coach) карета Spanish: coche, carruaje


483. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Dare: 'dhRSTa' (read as dhrishtta) means dare. Dare is the simple form of dhRSTa.

484. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Dark: 'dhvan' is the Samskruta word for dark. We should always remember that many words of Samskruta are not easily pronounced by Europeans. Some difference may be there. Another meaning of dhvan is sound in Samskruta.

485. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Gag: In Samskruta gag means 'gaggh /gagghati'. Directly corrupted word. Translation (A joke or other mischievous prank).

486. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Hiccup: 'hikkata / hikka / hikk' means hiccup in Samskruta. Translations (to hiccup) French: hoqueter, avoir le hoquet German: hicksen Italian: singhiozzare Portuguese: soluçar Russian: икать Spanish: hipar

487. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Cackle: 'kakhati / kakh' is the Samskruta word for cackle. Translations (cry of a hen or goose, especially when laying an egg) French: caquet Portuguese: cacarejo Russian: кудахтанье

488. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Quote: 'katha / kath' means to quote something. To refer to (part of) a speech that has been made by someone else.

489. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Lascivious: 'lasati / lasa / las' is the word in Samskruta. Translations (wanton)
French: lascif, lubrique German: lüstern, lasziv Italian: lascivo Portuguese: lascivo Russian: похотливый Spanish: lascivo

490. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Lick: 'leDhi / lih' is the Samskruta word for lick. Translations (the act of licking) Portuguese: lambida Spanish: lamedura

491. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Month: In Samskruta 'mAs' means month. Here we need to understand due to long long time and pronounciation abnormality there may be some difference in spelling and pronouncing. Another point to be noted is if the word month was pronounced in Samskruta style then it would be manth and not month. Some difference may exist. We can see that difference below also. Translations (period into which a year is divided) French: mois German: Monat Italian: mese Portuguese: mês Russian: месяц Spanish: mes

492. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Immerse / Submerge: 'majjati / majja / majj' is the Samskruta word. Translations (to immerse (intransitive))
French: submerger German: abtauchen Italian: sommergere Russian: погружать Spanish: sumergir

493. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Move: 'mIvati / mIv' (read as miivati / miiv) means move in Samskruta. Translations (to change place or posture; to go) French: mouvoir, se déplacer, bouger German: bewegen Italian: muoversi Portuguese: mover Russian: двигаться Spanish: moverse

494. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Prosperity / posh: 'poSa' (read as posha) means prosperity / posh. Translations (prosperity) French: prospérité German: Prosperität, Wohlstand Russian: преуспевание Spanish: prosperidad

495. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Pre: In few English words we must have seen the three letter prefix used like prehistoric, prefix, predict etc. In Samskruta we have the prefix called 'pra'. For example Prahalada, Praveena, Pratapa etc.

496. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Rapid: In Samskruta rapid means 'rabhasa / rabhas' which has the exact meaning as rapid. Translations (Very swift or quick)
French: rapide German: schnell Italian: rapido Portuguese: rápido Russian: быстрый Spanish: rápido

497. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Settle or sitting down: 'satti' means either settle or sit in Samskruta.

498. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Stand /stay: In Samskruta 'stha / sthah' means to stay / stand. Means with moving.

499. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Dance: 'tAndav' means dance in Samskruta. Translations (movements to music)
French: danse German: Tanz Italian: ballo, danza Portuguese: dança, baile Russian: танец Spanish: baile, danza

500. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Chess: Chess was first invented by Bharatiya. In the game of chess there will be four corners. In Samskruta 'Chaturagna or Chaturanga' means chess. In Samskruta chatur means four and Chaturagna means four corners. The English word chess is a short form and copied version of the Samskruta word Chaturagna.

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