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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 43

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681. Spark: In Samskruta spark means 'spulliGga'.                        

682. Sparkle: In Samskruta sparkle means 'sphurati /sphurata / sphurat'.                        

683. Jar: In Samskruta jar means 'aliJjara or JAratineya' (read as alijjhara and jaaratineya).                        
684. Brain: In Samskruta 'bhrAnta / bhrAnti' means related to brain.                        

685. Puzzle: In Samskruta puzzle means 'prahelikA prahelik or pravalhate or pravalhat'.                        
686. Valour: In Samskruta valour means 'vikrama / vikram'. Translations (Strength of mind in regard to danger) French: héroïsme, courage Russian: доблесть Spanish: valor                        
687. Due: In Samskruta due means 'deya / dey'. Translations (owed or owing, to be paid by the stated time) French: dû, due, dû German: fällig Russian: подлежать оплата (podležáščij opláte), причитаться                        

688. Chalk: In Samskruta chalk means 'cUrNa / cUrN' (read as choornha / choornh). Translations (a soft, white, powdery limestone) French: craie German: Kreide Italian: gesso, creta Portuguese: cal Russian: мел Spanish: creta                        

689. Chill / chilly: In Samskruta chill / chilly means 'zIta / zIt' (read as shiita or shiit). Little pronounciation difference.                        

690. Shiver: In Samskruta shiver means 'zItala / zItal' (read as shiitala / shiital).                        
691. Tremble: In Samskruta tremble means 'trasati'. Translations (to shake) French: trembler, vibrer German: zittern Italian: tremare, tremolare Portuguese: tremer Russian: дрожать Spanish: temblar                        

692. Motion: In Samskruta motion means 'yamana / yaman'. yaman = ya + man = ya + motion = motion. Translations (state of progression from one place to another) French: mouvement German: Bewegung Italian: movimento Portuguese: movimento Russian: движение Spanish: movimiento                        

693. Fly / flight: In Samskruta fly means 'palAyati / palAya / palAy' (read as palaayati / palaaya / palaay). We should remember that many times the Europeans use 'fa' for 'pa'. Example is the Samskruta word 'pithru' is father in English.                        

694. Trouble: In Samskruta trouble means 'tApayati / tApayat or simply it is called 'tApa or tAp (read as taap).                        

695. Consume: In Samskruta consume means 'khAdaka / khAdak'.

696. Roy: Its a surname in English language. Dictionary meaning of 'Roy' means 'a king' or 'royal'. We all know in Samskruta 'rAyaru / rAya / rAy' means king or royal empire. Everything has come from Bharatiya sampradaaya.                        

697. Thirst: In Samskruta thirst means 'trSA / trS' (read as trushaa / trush).                        

698. Drum (musical instrument drum): In Samskruta drum means 'Damaru / DhakkA' (read as Damaru / Dhakkaa).                        

699. Kettle: In Samskruta kettle means 'karakI' (read as karakii).                        

700. Jug: In Samskruta jug means 'ghaTa / ghaT'. Here if jug is pronounced in Samskruta style then it would be 'jag' and not jug.

Sri Gurubhyo Namaha
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