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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 53

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881. Hear: In samskruta hear means 'shravana / shravan'. It is easy to pronounce 'ha', than 'shra'. That's the secret and definitely a misspelled and copied word.                        

882. Madam / Ma'am: Both of these words are taken the samskruta word 'mAthru'. In samskruta 'mAthru' means mother. It seems that in earlier days even in european countries women were called as mothers (madam and ma'am). Both the words madam and ma'am are derived from the english word mother. Whereas the english word mother is derived from the samskruta word 'mAthru'.

883. Shy: In samskruta shy means 'shAlIni' (read as shaaliini). Directly copied and short form word of the samskruta word.                        

884. Question: In samskruta question means 'prashna / prashnam'. Question = ques + tion = prash + nam. ques = prash. Only change is mispronounciation and nothing else.                        

885. Avert / Averted: In samskruta avert / averted means 'Avrtta' (read as aavrutta). Clearly a copied word.                        

886. Favorite / Favourite: In samskruta 'priya / priyatama' means favorite. Earlier many times we have seen that in samskruta 'pa' is used, while in european languages 'fa' is been used. Classic example is father = pithru.

887. Easy: In samskruta easy means 'anAyAsa' or simply 'asya'. Easy we can understand that the english word is a misspelled version of the great samskruta bhasha.                        

888. Dependant / depend: In samskruta 'adhinam / adhina / adhin' means dependent or depend. adhinam = a + dhi + nam = dhi + nam = dhi + na + m = de + na = de + pend = depend. Again, another mispronounced word.                        

889. God: In samskruta god means bhagavad / bhagavan etc. bhagavad = bha + gavad = gavad = god. God is the short form of the samskruta word. bhagavad is great.                        

890. Infinite / Infinity: In samskruta infinite / infinity means 'anantam / ananta / anant'. ananta = an + nan + ta = in + fi + note. an = in. A mispronounced word. This is just like inter = antar, which we have seen earlier.                        

891. Town: In samskruta town means 'paTTanam / paTTana / paTTna'. paTTana = pa + TTana = pa + TTan = pa + town = town. Here the english word is the short form and mispronounced word of the samskruta word.                        

892. Juice: One of the word for juice in samskruta is 'piiyusha'. piiyusha = pii + yusha = juisha = juice. Simple tongue twister.                        

893. Fragrance: In samskruta fragrance means 'parimala / parigandha'. Many times earlier we have seen that Europeans use 'fa' for 'pa' of samskruta. parigandha = pari + gandha = fari + gandha = fragrance. Another mispronounced word.                        

894. Publicity: In samskruta publicity means 'prasiddhi / prachAra'. Very easily we can understand that this english word is directly taken from the samskruta word.                        

895. Engine: In samskruta engine means 'tantra'. Look at carefully the initial part of both the samskruta and english words, yan = en. That's the secret.                        

896. Engineer: In samskruta engineer 'yantri'. We already know that engine is taken from the samskruta word 'yantra'. Somebody who works on engine is engineer. Similar in samskruta somebody who works on 'yantra' is 'yantri'. Pronouncing 'tri' is difficult, while pronouncing 'neer' is easier comparably. That's the difference and the secret.                        

897. Invention: In samskruta invention means anveshanam / anveshana / anveshan. invention = in + ven + tion = an + ve + shan = anveshan. As simple as that. samskruta is the only language of the world.                        

898. Bunch: In samskruta bunch means 'guccha / gucch'. bunch = gucch. Another mispronounced word.                        

899. Clump (cluster): In samskruta clump means 'stamba / stamb'. Clearly a mispronounced word of the original samskruta word.                        

900. Actor: In samskruta actor means 'naTa' (read as naTa and not as nata). Here you can ask what is the relationship here between the samskruta word and the english word. Here is the hidden secret. naTa = na + Ta = a + Ta = aTa = actor. Pronouncing just 'a' is much more easier than pronouncing 'na' (please read these words and short words as a bharatiya and not like an english person, than only we can understand these tricks). Another mispronounced word.

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