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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 48

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781. Offer: In samskruta offer means 'upakAram / upakAra / upakAr' (read as upakaaram / upakaara / upakaar'. Very clearly a corrupted word.                        

782. Gather: In samskruta gather means 'grhNAti / grhNAt' (read as gruhnhaati / gruhnhaat). Another word for gather in samskruta is 'sangraham / sangraha / sangrah'. This word is also very close to the English word gather. sangrah = San + gra + ha = gra + ha = gather. We should always remember,  Europeans like to make things easier. Just like the Indian word 'odakamandalam / odakamandala' (a place in Tamil nadu, India) was made 'ooty' by English people. Off course now ooty's name has been changed back its original name. Also 'Bendakaaluru' had become Bangalore. Now our government have renamed this place as 'Bengaluru', which is the silicon valley of India.                        

783. Early: In English the meaning of early is something first or before. In samskruta first or early means 'Arambam / Aramba / Aramb' (read as aarambam / aaramba / aaramb). The word early when pronounced it looks like 'arly'. This means 'a' is used rather than 'e' as used in the English word early. Give attention towards pronunciation, rather than spelling. 😃😃😃                        

784. Dear: In samskruta dear means 'dayita / dayit'. Clearly a copied word. Another word for dear in samskruta is 'priya'.                        

785. Shell: In samskruta shell means 'salilaja / salilaj'. Many of us know Europeans like to make things easy. Just like 'Bendakaaluru' was made  'Bangalore'.                        

786. Play: In samskruta play means 'paNam / paNa / paN' (panham / panha / panh'. Very clearly another corrupted word and miss pronounced.                        

787. Authority: In samskruta authority means 'adhikAri / adhikAr' (read as adhikaari / adhikaar).                        
788. Agent: In samskruta agent means 'Ayukta / Ayukt' (read as aayukta / aayukt').                        

789. Plenty: In samskruta plenty means 'parINas' (read as pariinhas).                        

790. Abundant / Abundance: In samskruta this word means 'adhikam / adhika / adhik'.                        

791. Coffee: In samskruta coffee means 'kAphi' (read as kaaphi).                        

792. Juice: In samskruta juice means 'Urj' (read as oorj).                        

793. Live (to be living / life): In samskruta live / living means 'jIva' (read as jiiva). Here live is a simple form of the samskruta word jIva. jIva = lIva (liiva) = live. As simple as anything.                        
794. Saline / salt: In samskruta saline or salt means 'kSAra / kSAr' (read as kshaara / kshaar). A tongue twister.                        

795. Simple: In samskruta simple means 'saralam / sarala / saral'.                        

796. Vowel (a sound produced by the vocal cords): In samskruta vowel means 'svaram / svara / svar'. Many times earlier we have seen that Europeans can't pronounce a difficult word and they tend to make it simple. Here if we take the samskruta word svaram = sva + ram = va + ram = vowel. Its not easy to spell 'sva'. Thus Europeans to keep this word simple they made it 'va / vo' to make a whole word as vowel.                        

797. Short (small): In samskruta short means 'stoka / stok'. Another misspelled word. short  = sho + rt = sto. Again the samskruta word 'sto' is not easy to spell, thus it has become 'sho'. As simple as anything.                        

798. Bark (dog barking): In samskruta bark / barking means 'bukkana / bukkan'.                        
799. Noise: In samskruta noise means 'nAda / nAd' (read as naada / naad).                        

800. Perpetual: In samskruta perpetual means 'pratikAlam / pratikAla / pratikAl' (read as pratikaalam / pratikaala /  pratikaal).

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