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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 49

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801. Moment: In samskruta moment means 'muhurtam / muhurta / muhurt'.                        

802. Stop: In samskruta stop means 'stobhati / stira / stir'.                        

803. Textile: In samskruta thread means 'tanti'. Thus doing work using tanti is textile. In samskruta textile means 'tantikArya'. Thus very clearly the English word textile is taken from samskruta.                        
804. Practical: In samskruta practical means 'prayokAtmaka / prayogAtmak'. Clearly the English word is corrupted version of the samskruta word.                        

805. Chief: In samskruta chief means 'zreSTha' (read as shreshttha). Always remember, Europeans can't pronounce hard words like above. Also they want to make things easy and small.  shreshttha = shresh + ttha = chresh + ttha = chief + ttha = chief. Another word for chief in samskruta is 'pradAna'.                        
806. Poor: In samskruta poor means 'durgati'. durgati = dur + gati = poor + gati = poor. Again pronunciation difference. Also in samskruta poor means 'daridra'.                        

807. True / Truth: In samskruta true / truth means 'tatva / tatv'. Directly stolen word(s).                        

808. Section: In samskruta section (a part of cut or hole) means 'chedah / cheda / ched'. ched is little difficult word to pronounce. ched = sect. Europeans love making things easier.                        

809. Chapter: In samskruta chapter means 'stabaka / stabak'. In samskruta chapter has other different words too like 'adhyaya / skanda etc.                        

810. Appendix: In samskruta appendix means 'adhyAsa / adhyAs'.                        

811. Virtually: In samskruta virtually means 'vastustiti'.                        

812. Sacrifice: In samskruta sacrifice means 'sAttram / sAttra / sAttr' (read as saattram / saattra / saattr).                        

813. Tank: In samskruta tank means 'taDaga / taDag'.                        

814. Pool: In samskruta pool / pond means 'palvala / palval'.                        

815. Pond: In samskruta pond means 'puSkara / puSkar' (read as pushkara / pushkar).                        

816. Building: In samskruta building means 'bhavanam / bhavana / bhavan'.                        

817. Daily: In samskruta daily means 'dainika / dainik'.                        

818. Partition: In samskruta apart means 'pRthak' (read as prhruthak).                        

819. Custom: In samskruta custom means 'kramam / krama / kram'.                        

820. Search: In samskruta search means 'samIkSa / samIkS' (read as sameeksha / sameeksh'.

Sri Gurubhyo namaha
Om Sri Amitaaya namaha

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