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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 41

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641. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Mete: In Samskruta mete means 'mAhate'. (Translation) To measure.

642. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Thanks / thank you: In Samskruta dhanyavAda / dhanyavAd means thanks / thank you. Here dhanyavAd = dhanya + vAd = dhan + ya + vAd = than + ya + vAd = thanks / thank you. We all know Europeans can't pronounce very deeply spelled alphabets / words. Pronouncing 'tha' is easier then 'dha'. That's the difference and secret of European languages.

643. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Mercy: In Samskruta mercy means 'mArDIka' (read as maardhiika). Mercy is a simple form of 'mArDIka'. Also in  Samskruta mercy means 'dayA'. Translations (forgiveness or compassion) French: miséricorde German: Gnade Portuguese: misericórdia Russian: милосердие Spanish: piedad

644. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Hack / hacker (to kill): In Samskruta hack / hacker means 'hantaka / hantak / hant'.

645. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Brilliant: In Samskruta brilliant means 'bhArUpa'. We cannot expect all English words to be exactly as Samskruta words. But definitely brilliant is taken from Samskruta word. This is evolution pronounciation of English words. Translations (shining brightly) French: brillant German: strahlend Italian: brillante Portuguese: brilhante Russian: блестящий Spanish: brillante

646. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Mark (to mark a boundary): In Samskruta mark means 'maryA'. Translations (indication for reference or measurement) French: marque, signe German: Zeichen Italian: segno Portuguese: marco Russian: знак Spanish: marca

647. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Market: In Samskruta and many Indian languages market means 'maharATa / maharAT / mharATa / mharAT / mAruvakaTTe. Translations (spacious site for trading) French: marché German: Markt Portuguese: feira, mercado Russian: рынок Spanish: plaza mAruvakaTTe.

648. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Danger: In Samskruta danger means 'durgAha / durgA'. Many of us know Sri DurgA Devi is dangerous to inhuman people.

649. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Place: In Samskruta place means 'pradeza' (read as pradesha). Pradeza = prade + za = plade + za = place.

649. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Avenue: Avenue means a street, especially one bordered by trees. In Samskruta 'vanadhAra' means avenue. Avenue = a + venue = a + vana. In Samskruta 'vana' means a place with trees. That's the secret. Translations (broad street with trees) French: avenue German: Allee Italian: viale, corso Portuguese: avenida Russian: авеню Spanish: avenida

650. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Tree: In Samskruta tree means 'taravaH'. Tree is the short form of 'taravaH'.

651. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Fresh: In Samskruta fresh means 'pratyagra'. But one can ask what is the relationship between these two words. We should always remember that in English 'fa' is been used wherever 'pa' is used in Samskruta. Example father is 'pithru' in Samskruta. Similarly 'pratyagra' = fresh. Fresh is the short form of the Samskruta word. Translations (of produce, not from storage) French: frais, fraîche German: frisch Italian: fresco, fresca Portuguese: fresco Russian: свежий Spanish: fresco

652. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Pride: In Samskruta pride means 'pradarpa / pradarp'.

653. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Brave / bravo: In Samskruta 'bhadraka / bhadrak / bhadra' means brave / bravo.

654. [17:50, 06/05/2017] ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Beauty: In Samskruta beauty means 'bhavya'. Translations (quality of pleasing appearance) French: beauté German: Schönheit Italian: bellezza Portuguese: beleza Russian: красота Spanish: belleza

656. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Ivory: Ivory means an elephant with ivory teeth. In Samskruta many of us may know that the elephant of Sri Indradeva is called 'airAvata / airAvat'. Here the 'airAvata / airAvat' means an elephant which has long and strong ivory teeth.

657. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Variety: In Samskruta 'varNa / varN or vaividhya' means variety. translations (variation of something) French: variété German: Sorte Italian: varietà Russian: сорт Spanish: variedad

658. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Bad name: In Samskruta bad means 'band' and name means 'naamam / naama / naam' and also in Hindi / Urdu it is 'badh naam'. Another stolen word (s). 🙏🙏😬😬😞😔🙁🙏🙏

659. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Photo / photography: In Samskruta 'chitra paTha' means pictured photo / photography. Here very clearly we can see the English word photo is taken from the Samskruta word 'paTha'. Translations (photograph) French: photo German: Foto, Bild Italian: fotografia, foto Portuguese: foto Russian: фото Spanish: foto, fotografía

660. ||SriKrishnaSarvottamam||: Wish: In Samskruta 'vivakSA / vivakS' (read as vivakshaa / vivaksh) and 'Azis' (read as aashis) means wish. Another word for wish in Samskruta is 'icchaa'.

Sri Gurubhyo namaha
Om Sri SitaRaamaaya namaha


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