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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 46

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741. Symphony: In samskruta symphony means 'saGgIti' (read as sagnagiiti).                        
742. Seat / Seated: In samskruta seat means 'Asana' (read as aasana) and seated means 'AsIta / AsIt' (read as aasiita / aasiit). Very clearly these English words are corrupted versions of the samskruta words. aasiit = aa + siit = siit  = seat.                        

743. Fortune: In samskruta fortune means 'phalam / phala / phal'. Many times earlier also I have said, Europeans use 'fa', wherever we have used 'pa'. Classical example for this is 'father' in English has been taken from 'pithru' from samskruta.                        

744. Strategic: In samskruta 'strategic' means 'sAmparAyika / sAmparAyik' (read as saamparaayika / saamparaayik). Europeans cannot spell samskruta words easily.                        
745. Occupy: In samskruta occupy means 'Apnoti'.                        

746. suffer: In samskruta suffer means 'sahate'.                        

747. Prevail: In samskruta prevail means 'pravartate / pravartata'.                        

748. Part: In samskruta part means 'prati'. In Kannada we all use this word like 'prati ondu'. Similarly in Hindi we use as 'prati ek'.  It is same in English too. Example is 'every part'.                        
749. Partiality: In samskruta partiality means 'pakshapAta' (read as pakshapaata).                        
750. Party (like a political party): In samskruta party means 'paksham / paksha / paksh'.                        
751. Letter: In samskruta letter means 'lekha'.                        

752. Debt: In samskruta dept means 'dhAra / dhAr' (read as dhaara / dhaar). In samskruta dhAra means flowing.                        

753. Family: In samskruta family means 'parivAram / parivAra / parivAr' (read as parivaaram / parivaara / parivaar). Many times earlier we have seen, wherever 'pa' is used in samskruta, at the same place 'fa' is been used in English.                        

754. Prohibit: In samskruta prohibit means 'pratiSidh' (read as pratishidh). In samskruta there is another word for prohibit, that is 'nisheda'.                        

755. Success: In samskruta success means 'saphalata / saphala / saphal'.                        

756. Lament: In samskruta lament means 'lAlapyate / lAlapya' (read as laalapyate / laalapya).                        

757. Master: In samskruta master means 'mahAntam / mahAnta / mahAnt'.                        

758. Station: In samskruta station means 'stAnaka / stAnak'.  Many of us know that in samskruta 'stana / stan' means a place. And 'tangu stAna' means a place to rest. Thus station is directly taken from  samskruta.                        

759. Stationary / standing: In samskruta stationary / standing means 'stAyin / stira'.                        
760. Table: In samskruta table means 'pIThika' (read  as piiThika). Here very clearly the English word is mispronounciation of the samskruta word.

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