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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 44

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701. Inferior: In samskruta inferior means 'hInata' (read as hiinata).                        

702. Establish: In samskruta establish means 'sthApita'. Very clearly the english word is a corrupted form of the samskruta word.                        

703. Dejected: In Samskruta dejected means 'dInacitta' (read as diinachitta).                        

704. View: View is the simple form of the samskruta word 'vIkSaNa' (read as viikshanha). Clearly a corrupted word.                        

705. Set: In Samskruta set means 'asta / ast'. Just a mispronounced word from Samskruta word.                        

706. Sunset: Earlier we have seen that the english word sun is taken from the Samskruta word 'surya' and the english word set is taken from the samskruta word 'asta / ast'. Thus sunset is taken directly from the Samskruta word 'suryAsta' (read as suryaasta).                   

707. Hit: In samskruta hit means 'hataka / hatak / hanti / hant'. All these words has the same meaning as the english word hit.                        

708. Hai / Hi / Hello: All these English words has the same meaning. The Samskruta word for these words is 'hai'. For example while speaking in Kannada if we need to call somebody we call that person as 'hai, baaro illi'. Similarly in Hindi if we need to call somebody we call that person as 'hai, idhar aao'. All is the great Samskruta bhashyam. All is the Bharatiya Sanaatana Dharma.                        

709. Shabhaj / Shabhash: In Samskruta 'shabhaj / shabhash' means to praise somebody. This samskruta word is also been used in urdu / arabic.

710. Preach / preacher: In Samskruta preacher means 'prachAraka / prachArak. Translations (one who preaches) French: prédicateur German: Prediger Italian: predicatore Portuguese: pregador Russian: проповедник Spanish: predicador                        

711. Project (projection): In Samskruta project (projection) means 'prodgata'. Translations (something which projects) French: saillie German: Vorsprung Portuguese: projeção Russian: выступ Spanish: protuberancia                        

712. Wide: In Samskruta wide means 'vistAra / vistAr'.                        

713. Cover: In Samskruta cover means 'kavach'.                        

714. Praise: In Samskruta praise means 'prazaMsA'. Praise is the short form of the Samskruta word.
                        
715. Conscious: In Samskruta conscious means 'chaitanya'. Translations (alert, awake) German: bei Bewusstsein Italian: cosciente Russian: находяшийся Spanish: consciente                        
716. Another: In Samskruta another means 'anyata / anyatara / anyatra / anya'.                        
717. Somehow: In Samskruta somehow means 'samaha'.                        

718. Here: In Samskruta here means 'hiha'. Many must have heard 'hiha loka, para loka'. Here 'hiha' means here. That's the secret.                  

719. Crown: In Samskruta crown means 'kirITa / kirIT'.

720. Rays: In Samskruta rays means 'razmi' (read as rashmi). Translations (beam of light or radiation) French: rayon German: Strahl Italian: raggio Portuguese: raio Russian: луч Spanish: rayo

Sri Gurubhyo Namaha
Om Sri Vaishnavaaya Namaha

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