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Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 58

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981. Sefr (cipher) - Islam: In Islam sefr or cipher means zero. In samskruta zero means 'shUnya' (read as shoonya). Sefr or cipher or sipher = si + pher = shoo + nya. It is much easier to pronounce 'si', than 'shoon'. Very clearly the arabic word is a mispronounced word from the great samskruta bhasha.

982. Wa'hed (waaheed - Islam). In Islam waaheed means one. In samskruta and other bhAratiya bhAsha we pronounce one as 'ondu / vandu / wandu (KannaDa), onna / vanna / wanna (Tamil), okaTi / vakaTi / wakaTi (Telugu) etc. Any person with little bit of thinking ability will understand this Islamic word is corrupted word from the samskruta bhasha.

983. Etneen (Islam): In Islam etneen means two. In samskruta two means 'dvitiya'. Etneen = et + neen = dvit + iya. dvit = et. No doubt, its only pronunciation difference and nothing else. It's very easy to pronounce 'et', when compared to 'dvit'.

984. Tlatah (Islam): In Islam tlatah means three. In samskruta three means 'tritiya / tritiyah'. This is directly taken from the samskruta bhasha. tritiya = tlatah. Very clearly a copied word.

985. Ar'baah (Islam): In Islam ar'baah means four. In samskruta four means 'chaturti / chauti / chaturtaha / chaturtah' char'. Here 'char' of samskruta has became just 'ar' in Islam. Similarly 'tah' of samskruta has become 'baah'. Again, its just and only difference in pronunciation. Another corrupted word.

986. Khamsah (Islam): In Islam khamsah means five. In samskruta five means 'pancha'. Khamsah = pancha. Another mispronounced word.

987. Settah (Islam): In Islam settah means six. In samskruta six means 'shasTi / shasTihi'. Settah = set + tah = shash + Ti. Again only difference is in the pronunciation.

988. Sa'baah (Islam): In Islam sa'baah means seven. In samskruta seven means 'sapta / saptah'. Sa'baah = saptah. Just difference in pronunciation.

989. Tamaniya / tamanya (Islam): In Islam tamaniya / tamanya means eight. In samskruta eight means 'ashTa / ashTama / ashTamya'. In Islam ashTa has become only 'ta' and 'Tamya' of samskruta has become 'maniya'. Again only difference is the pronunciation and nothing else.

990. Tisa'a (Islam): In Islam tisaa means nine. In samskruta nine means navami / navama'. We have already seen that islamic numerals are taken from the samskruta bhasha. This also a mispronounced word.

991. Asharah (Islam): In Islam asharah means ten. In samskruta ten means 'dasha / dashama / dasara'. Here the 'dasha' of samskruta has become 'asha' in Islam and 'ra' of samskruta has become 'rah' in Islam. What more proof we need to tell that Islam is taken from the samskruta bhasha.

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