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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 47

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761. Pale: In samskruta pale means 'pANDu' (read as paanDu).                        

762. Shrub / bush: In samskruta shrub means 'kSupA / kSup' (read as kshupaa / kshup).                        
763. Camel: In samskruta camel means 'kramelaka / kramelak'.                        

764. Knot: In samskruta knot means 'kandi'. In Kannada knot means 'ganTu'. In Hindi knot means 'gaaTh'. All these words are taken from samskruta word.                        

765. State: In samskruta state means 'stAna'.                        

766. Mirror: In samskruta mirror means 'makura / makur'. Other words for mirror in samskruta are 'bimba', 'darpana'.                        

767. Seer: In samskruta seer means 'RSi' (read as rhushi). Very clearly we can understand that seer is the short form of 'rhushi' = rhu  + shi = rhu + see = rhu + seer = seer. Again short form and mispronounciation of the samskruta word.                        

768. Mist: In samskruta mist means 'mihikA / mihik' (read as mihikaa / mihik).                        

769. Vapour: In samskruta vapour means 'vAyuvAha'.

770. Quake: In samskruta quake means 'kampana'. If quake is written in Indian / samskruta style, than it would be like this - quake = qua + ke = kava + ke. Thus it is very clear that the English word is a corrupted word from samskruta word.                        

771. Cause: In samskruta cause means 'kAraNa'. If the English word cause is written in samskruta style than it would be like this, cause = ca + va + sa = ka + va + sa = ka + ra + sa = kAraNa (read as kaaranha). Clearly a copied word.                        

772. Frog: In samskruta frog means 'plava'. I have been always telling that Europeans use 'fa' instead of 'pa' as used in samskruta. plava = pla + va = fro + va = frog.                        

773. Possess: In samskruta possess means 'poSati' (read as poshati).                        

774. Flourish: In samskruta flourish means 'phullati / phulla / phull'. We should always remember that wherever 'pa' is been used in samskruta, their 'fa' is been used in English.                        
775. Happy: In samskruta happy means 'harsha / harsh'.

776. Flood: In samskruta flood means 'plava / plav'. Also in samskruta plava means frog.                        
777. Garlic: In samskruta garlic means 'grantimUla' (read as granthimoola). This English word is a short and corrupted version of the samskruta word. Another word for garlic in samskruta is 'lazuna' (read as lashuna).                        

778. Ash: In samskruta ash means 'bhasmam / bhasma / bhasm'. Very clearly ash is the short form of the samskruta word. bhasm = bha + asa + ma = asa = ash.                        

779. Mugger: The dictionary meaning of this word is 'A large crocodile -  Crocodilus palustris of southwest Asia, having a very broad wrinkled snout. Many of us know in samskruta a very large crocodile 🐊 means 'makara / makar / magar'. Another corrupted word.                        
780. Mould: In samskruta mould means 'moDaha / moDah / moD'. Even today in many Indian languages we use this word. In Hindi or Marathi or in many north Indian languages we still use this word.

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