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 brahma 
 ब्रह्म 
 brahma   cosmos  1012  
 sarasvati 
 सरस्वति 
 sarasvati   goddess of speech and learning  1005  
 lakṣmi 
 लक्ष्मि 
 lakShmi   goddess of wealth, beauty and luck, wife of Vishnu  1004  
 smaraṇa 
 स्मरण 
 smaraNa   recollection; remembrance  1003  
 sanyāsī 
 सन्यासी 
 sanyaasii   saint  1003  
 vanaṃ 
 वनं 
 vanaM   forest  1003  
 saṃsāra 
 संसार 
 saMsAra   cycle of worldly existence; worldly illusion  1002  
 pāṇḍu 
 पाण्डु 
 paaNDu   white; pale  1002  
 surya 
 सुर्य 
 surya   A name for the Sun  1002  
 viṣṇuḥ 
 विष्णुः 
 vishhNuH   the Lord MahaavishhNu  1002  
 vāsara 
 वासर 
 vaasara   Day  1002  
 vāri 
 वारि 
 vaari   water  1002  
 devī 
 देवी 
 devii   Godess  1002  
 durgā 
 दुर्गा 
 durgaa   Goddess Parvati, the inaccessible or the invincible  1002  
 ceṣṭasya 
 चेष्टस्य 
 cheshhTasya   of one who works for maintenance  1002  
 guṇajña 
 गुणज्ञ 
 guNaGYa   one who knows qualities (one who is a patron of good qualities)  1002  
 kanaka 
 कनक 
 kanaka   gold  1002  
 kaṃ 
 कं 
 kaM   whom  1002  
 ojasa 
 ओजस 
 ojasa   concentrated psychic power  1002  
 oṃkāra 
 ॐकार 
 OMkaara   the syllable om  1002  
 vānaprasta 
 वानप्रस्त 
 vaanaprasta   hermit; retire to forest  1001  
 satyayuga 
 सत्ययुग 
 satyayuga   first or kRta age  1001  
 brahman 
 ब्रह्मन् 
 brahman   god brahmA; Brahman priest; prayer  1001  
 ācārya 
 आचार्य 
 AcArya   Sir or Madam; religious teacher  1001  
 kṣudhārta 
 क्षुधार्त 
 kShudhaarta   hungry  1001  
 hrīḥ 
 ह्रीः 
 hriiH   modesty  1001  
 hitaṃ 
 हितं 
 hitaM   beneficial  1001  
 stravati 
 स्त्रवति 
 stravati   (1 pp) to flow  1001  
 sḥṛd 
 स्ःऋद् 
 sHR^id.h   friend  1001  
 śāmbhavī 
 शाम्भवी 
 shaambhavii   related to Shiva who is known as shambhu  1001  
 śaknoti 
 शक्नोति 
 shaknoti   (5 pp) to be able  1001  
 vṛtta 
 वृत्त 
 vR^itta   desire  1001  
 vīta 
 वीत 
 viita   free from  1001  
 viṣṇo 
 विष्णो 
 vishhNo   O Lord Visnu  1001  
 viṣṇu 
 विष्णु 
 vishhNu   the preserver of life  1001  
 viśveśvara 
 विश्वेश्वर 
 vishveshvara   O Lord of the universe  1001  
 vipakṣa 
 विपक्ष 
 vipakSha   of the opposite side  1001  
 vāsudevāḥ 
 वासुदेवाः 
 vaasudevaaH   KRishhNa  1001  
 vāsava 
 वासव 
 vaasava   indra  1001  
 vāmana 
 वामन 
 vaamana   Vishnu's fifth incarnation also known as trivikrama  1001  
 vaktṛ 
 वक्तृ 
 vaktR^i   orator  1001  
 lokaya 
 लोकय 
 lokaya   (verbal stem) to see  1001  
 racayati 
 रचयति 
 rachayati   (10 up) to arrange  1001  
 racanā 
 रचना 
 rachanaa   construction, arrangement  1001  
 yuddhe 
 युद्धे 
 yuddhe   in the fight  1001  
 yuge 
 युगे 
 yuge   millennium  1001  
 ya 
 य 
 ya   who  1001  
 bhagavad 
 भगवद् 
 bhagavad.h   god's  1001  
 bhagavat 
 भगवत् 
 bhagavat.h   God  1001  
 bhaṃga 
 भंग 
 bha.nga   (masc) break  1001  
 bahūdaraṃ 
 बहूदरं 
 bahuudaraM   many bellies  1001  
 praṇava 
 प्रणव 
 praNava   another name for AUM  1001  
 puñjakendraṃ 
 पुञ्जकेन्द्रं 
 pu~njakendraM   (n) centre of mass  1001  
 pujārī 
 पुजारी 
 pujaarii   priest  1001  
 pārameṣṭya 
 पारमेष्ट्य 
 paarameshhTya   supreme rulership  1001  
 parameśa 
 परमेश 
 paramesha   God  1001  
 daivaḥ 
 दैवः 
 daivaH   godly  1001  
 daiva 
 दैव 
 daiva   destiny  1001  
 devi 
 देवि 
 devi   Godess  1001  
 devadāsī 
 देवदासी 
 devadaasii   God's (female) servant (word degenerated to a temple prostitute)  1001  
 devatā 
 देवता 
 devataa   goddess  1001  
 devaṃ 
 देवं 
 devaM   God  1001  
 deva 
 देव 
 deva   God  1001  
 tanuṃ 
 तनुं 
 tanuM   form of a demigod  1001  
 tajaka 
 तजक 
 tajaka   A system of Solar Return Charts also known as Varshaphal  1001  
 jantavaḥ 
 जन्तवः 
 jantavaH   the living entities  1001  
 gṛhṇāti 
 गृह्णाति 
 gR^ihNaati   to catch  1001  
 guṇātītaḥ 
 गुणातीतः 
 guNaatiitaH   transcendental to the material modes of nature  1001  
 gaṇapatī 
 गणपती 
 gaNapatii   god of luck and wisdom  1001  
 kṛta 
 कृत 
 kR^ita   Done  1001  
 kilbiśaṃ 
 किल्बिशं 
 kilbishaM   sinful reactions  1001  
 kāvya 
 काव्य 
 kaavya   poetry  1001  
 kāyena 
 कायेन 
 kaayena   with the body  1001  
 kā 
 का 
 kaa   who  1001  
 karmaṇā 
 कर्मणा 
 karmaNaa   by work  1001  
 kadā 
 कदा 
 kadaa   when  1001  
 kaṃṭhe 
 कंठे 
 ka.nThe   in yhe neck  1001  
 kaṃcna 
 कंच्न 
 ka.nchna   anyone (or someone)  1001  
 ka 
 क 
 ka   what( use) is the  1001  
 audyogika 
 औद्योगिक 
 audyogika   industrial  1001  
 īśaṃ 
 ईशं 
 iishaM   Lord Siva  1001  
 īśa 
 ईश 
 iisha   God  1001  
 arka 
 अर्क 
 arka   essence, a name of Sun  1001  
 abhyāsa 
 अभ्यास 
 abhyaasa   study  1001  
 atithiḥ 
 अतिथिः 
 atithiH   (masc.Nom.sing.)guest (literally undated)  1001  
 atithi 
 अतिथि 
 atithi   (m) guest  1001  
 vRndāvana 
 व्ऱ्न्दावन 
 vRndaavana   rAdhA's forest; kRSNa's realm  1000  
 viṣṇu 
 विष्णु 
 viSNu   God Vishnu  1000  
 vikarma 
 विकर्म 
 vikarma   acting wrongly or unlawfully; unlawful act  1000  
 vedānta 
 वेदान्त 
 vedaanta   complete knowledge of the Veda; upaniSads or works on the vedAnta philosophy on  1000  
 vāsudeva 
 वासुदेव 
 vaasudeva   kRSNa  1000  
 vasudeva 
 वसुदेव 
 vasudeva   father of Krishna  1000  
 varṇāśrama 
 वर्णाश्रम 
 varNaashrama   class and stage of life  1000  
 śrimad bhāgavatam 
 श्रिमद् भागवतम् 
 shrimad bhaagavatam   Divine-Eternal tales of Supreme God; Bhagavata Purana , also known as Srimad Bhagavata Maha Purana, Srimad Bhagavatam or Bhagavata  1000  
 tamā 
 तमा 
 tamaa   night  1000  
 tamas 
 तमस् 
 tamas   darkness of hell; mental darkness  1000  
 dvāparayuga 
 द्वापरयुग 
 dvaaparayuga   the third out of four yugas; There was 1 half virtue & 1 half sin. Normal human stature was 7 cubits. Average human lifespan was 1000 years; epoch of doubts  1000  
 tretāyuga 
 त्रेतायुग 
 tretaayuga   This is the second out of four yugas. There was 3 quarter virtue & 1 quarter sin. Normal human stature was 14 cubits. Average human lifespan was 10,000 years  1000  
 śudrā; zūdrā 
 शुद्रा; ज़ूद्रा 
 shudraa; zUdrA   woman of the fourth class or caste  1000  
 zravaṇaṃ 
 ज़्रवणं 
 zravaNaM   to hear  1000  


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Sanskrit, meaning ‘perfected’ or ‘refined,’ is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, of attested human languages. It belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European family. This is Cool sanskrit dictionary, cool names with nice voting system. Sanskrit is a classical language of India, a language of Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism. 

2013-08-05 05:15:08
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Question: What's the translation for "Blessed" ?

Answer: It could by  like "sat" ,"satja", "shri". It is like "sainty", synonym of "sainty". Blessing:  "Aishman Bhagavan", "Kailjastu" or some similar. Satja sai baba - blessed sainty father. Shri Ram.

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2013-08-08 14:10:41
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Bhagavat - blessed, Bhagavat Gita- blessed by Gods story, blessed By God Story. Sometimes Bhagavat is translated like Gods or Gods' servants, like synonym of blessed.
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2013-08-08 14:27:57
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Indo-European is the most widely spoken family of languages and dialects in the world. Approximately 3 billion people speak Indo-European languages today. The Indo-European languages are divided into eastern (“satem”) and western (“cetum” or “kentum”) languages. It depends on how the first consonant of the word for “hundred” was pronounced in the earliest version of the language. The satem and cetum branches themselves are also divided into language subfamilies, which may be further divided. Indo-European languages contain the following 8 subfamilies: Albanian, Armenian, Baltic-Slavic, Celtic, Germanic, Greek, Indo-Iranian, Italic, and two extinct subfamilies – Anatolian and Tocharian.

The Albanian Subfamily
In the 20th century Albanian (called Shqip by its speakers) was found to be a part of Indo-European family of languages. It has been written in the Latin script since 1909, replacing a number of writing systems including Greek and Arabic scripts.
Albanian is a language spoken by 6 million of people who speak it mostly in the Balkans.

The Armenian Subfamily
Armenian has borrowed lots of words from Greek and Farsi (Iranian) that is why, at the beginning, it was thought that Armenian had belonged to the Iranian branch. Armenian has its own script, and is spoken by 6 million people in Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh (an enclave in Azerbaijan) and Georgia.

The Baltic-Slavic Subfamily
Lithuanian and Latvian are spoken in east and southeast of the Baltic Sea by 7 million people.
The Baltic subfamily consists of two groups: Western Baltic (extinct languages: Prussian, Curonian, Galindian, Sudovian (Yotvingian)) and Eastern Baltic (two extinct: Selonian, Semigallian; and two living languages: Lithuanian (including Standard Lithuanian and Samogitian (spoken in west part of the country)), Latvian (including Latvian and Latgalian).Lithuanian is one of the oldest of the Indo-European languages, while Prussian was the most archaic one.

The Slavic languages are a group of closely related languages of the Slavic people: East Slavic: Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Rusyn (spoken in parts of Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania); West Slavic: Czech and Slovak, Upper and Lower Sorbian (spoken in parts of eastern Germany), Lechitic languages: Polish, Pomeranian/Kashubian (spoken in parts of Poland) and extinct Polabian; South Slavic: Western sub-group: Slovenian, Serbo-Croatian (Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian), Croatian-chakavian, Croatian-kajkavian; Eastern sub-group: Bulgarian, Macedonian, Old Church Slavonic.

The Celtic Subfamily
This subfamily is the smallest one.
It is spoken by 2 millions of people in a few areas in the Great Britain, Isle of Man, Ireland, British Isles, eastern Canada and Brittany.
Celtic languages are divided into four sub-groups: Continental Celtic: Gaulish and its close relatives: Lepontic, Noric and Galatian; Celtiberian; Insular

The Germanic Subfamily
The languages originated from Old Norse and Saxon.
It is usually divided into following sub-groups: East Germanic (Gothic), North Germanic (Scandinavian languages), and West Germanic (all the rest).
They include English, the second most spoken language in the world, the most widespread. It also includes Dutch (Flemish and Afrikaans – varieties of Dutch), German (including Yiddish), Frisian, Icelandic is the least changed of the Germanic languages. Another old language is Faroese. Three of the four (mainland) Scandinavian languages belong to this branch: Danish, Norwegian, Swedish.
Gothic, Frankish, Lombardo, Visigoth and Vandal are extinct.

The Greek Subfamily
Greek is one of the oldest Indo-European languages spoken by 20 million of speakers in Greece and Cyprus.
The subfamily is divided into following periods: Mycenaean, the language of the Mycenaean civilization: Doric, Ionic, Aeolic, and Attic; Classical Greek (Ancient Greek); Hellenistic Greek (Koine Greek); Medieval Greek (Byzantine Greek); Modern Greek (Romeika): Katharevoussa and Demotic. Both last forms had naturally converged and Standard Modern Greek emerged.

The Indo-Iranian Subfamily
The Indo-Iranian languages form the largest subfamily with more than one billion of speakers in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, The Maldives, Iran, and Afghanistan.
The Indo-Iranian group consists of four language groups: the Indo-Aryan, Iranian, Nuristani, and Dardic. They form other subgroups (see Table 5).
Avestant, Scythian (including Saka), Sogdian, Bactrian, Old Persian, Middle Persian are extinct.

The Italic Subfamily
The Italic subfamily has two groups.
Dalmatian, Romance Pannonian language, African Romance, Anglo-Norman, Auregnais,

The Anatolian Subfamily
This oldest known subfamily includes the language of the Hittite (the richest and oldest), which was the official language of Hettite Empire, once ruled central Anatolia, fought with the Ancient Egyptians and was mentioned in the Christian Bible’s Old Testament. Other languages were Lydian (spoken in Lydia, the south coast of Anatolia), Lycian (spoken by a Hellenic culture along the western coastal regions in the Iron Age), Luwian (a close relative of Hittite, spoken in ancient Troy), Palaic (spoken in north-central Anatolia), Carian (spoken in Caria), Pisidian and Sidetic, Milyan.
All languages are extinct.


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