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Words Reflecting Religious Divides

Mon, 05/28/2012 - 01:56

Romania and Armenia

Brahma(n) - A-brahama(n)

Ramaa-ni-yaa - A-ramaa-ni-ya = A-roma-ni-a = Armenia

Suriya - Syria - A-suryia = Assyria

Sanaatan = Satan

Deva-ik or Dev-il - Devil

The most ancient religion was called Sanatan Dharmaa which spread across the globe - atleast as far as the Anicent East.  The new religion would call the old religion worshippers as Devils, or Satans!

Please check out the posting where they found the Pillar bearing Vedic Gods in Turkey, where the Hittites and Mittites drew their treaty, and the daughters of Hittites family would be married to the family of Egyptian Kings (Amarna Letters).

Brahman is a Vedic concept where the whole Universe is nothing but Brahman - that has grown big and everywhere - an epithet of Omnipresent.  This is the Holy Spirit of the Christianity.  But when Persians, ancient Vedic people, kicked out Jews from Babylonia, their following became of Abrahmiac!  They also have a Sacred Thread ceremonies like the Ancient Vedic people.

Ramaa-ni-yaa - Followers of Raam.  There is a global presence of the word like the global presence of Christ and Mohammad varying names but this is from the very ancient times.  In India there has been historical divide of Shiva and Rama worships.  It is a history where Romania people are said to be people populated from India - the story of Gypsies.  Now go to the site of Aremenia, and you would see the Shiva Lingam worshipping.

Surya - Sun Worshippers and A-Surya are Moon  Worshippers, and one calling the other Devils!  In Hindu Mythology, Suras are Gods and Asuraas are Demons, and the opposite is in the Persian Mythology - two brothers who split on some Philosphical difference of Monotheism and admittance of Idol Worshipping around 10,000 BC.

Devas of Santana Dharma - or Gods of Vedic people - and the attribute of Gody was Deva-i-k and the followers called Dev-i-l as adjective, and this became the nagtive world for the neo religions!
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generate - jana-yet

Mon, 01/23/2012 - 01:40
jana - to produce

yet - for potential tense - to be done in future - or passive present tense (Atmanpade).
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Committee - samitii

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 08:51
We all know the letter 'c' is pronounced as "k" in 'cat' or 's' as in 'chaperone'.
Even in Hindi today, the word for English Committe is 'samitii"!
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Noncompoo - Ni - kamma

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 04:55
Noncompoo - Incompetent

Ni-Kamma or Ni-Camma (which gets corrupted as Ni-Comma and then Ni-Compa), means someone who undertakes work in Sanskrit. But in Urdu it means Useless or Incompetent person. Here it is a good example where the word has taken an opposite meaning, a pattern often found and shown here.
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Soprano - su+pranaaH, Sonata - su+naataaH

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 04:49
Soprano - su-praanaaH (of or from good praanaah or breath)

A good singer. Who else can have a good singing, besides being naturally gifted with a beautiful voice, trained in music or born with an ear for music, and having a good breadth control.

Sonata - su-naatah (good bow, saluations, acknowledgement, surrender of self ego to someone's superiority of ego).

A poem in praise of someone. The Sanskrit word, Namaste - NamaaH + Te (I bow to you, or I salute you) has the same principle.
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Sophist - su-paa-iST

Sat, 07/30/2011 - 19:20
Sophist are Spiritual Seekers. The Indian Monks who were wandering in search of their quest and leading a life of Mendicents, were called by Greeks, Gymno Sophists.

Actually it is "gyaan su-paa-iST".

su - prefix for good
paa - root for "to obtain"
iST - faith, God desired, best desire (what else can be the best but the God Principle, and hence it is also used in Superlative as suffix and carried forward in English as "est" - the other is the suffix for Comparative - 'er').

This rule is also noted in the word "ish var" - the best chosen and epithet for God.

The Sanskrit for bridegroom is "var" - whom else would you choose as your partner? The best person correct? And in some traditions and metaphoric expressions, God is the best partner.

It is said, Aristole, Plato, Socrates, Pythogorus, and countless many Philopshers and Seekers visited India. It is mentioned in the book by William Durant, called, "Our Oriental Inheritage".

Have you wondered why Pythogorus Theorem is in the Vedangas? It is a well known Western Academia accepted fact that it was taken from the East.

The Urdu word "su-paa-hi" is also connected and it means "soldier" or "good catcher".
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malodorous - mala-udar-uH, peripatetic - parii-paath-ik, civilized - shiv-i-laas-at

Sat, 06/11/2011 - 04:23
mala - bad in English, sanskrit for bad or dirt
odor - smell in English - udder for Belly - udar - Sanskrit for belly
ous - same as "uah" - genetive case

Sanskrit word for malodorous - mala-udar-uH - malodaruH

aH in Sanskrit becomes ar, O, as(dental), aS(cerberal, aS(palatal), sounds. In Greek they are "ous" sounds. Like Sanskrit names would end with "ah" and Greek names would end with "ous".

It is a Sandhi.

Something "of bad smell (from) udder".

peri - around in English, parii - around in Sanskrit
pate - path - Path in English, and Path in Sanskrit
t - sound polishing effect, Sandhi Rules in Sanskrit.
ic - suffix for Adjective in English, "ik" Suffix for Adjective in Sanskrit

Sanskrit word for peripatetic - parii-paath-ic, or parii-paat-t-ic.

Civ - shiv - to be in peace, happiness, harmony.
i - can be thought as connecting vowel, or locative case for shiv, "in shiv"
liz - laas - to be entangled in English, and same in Sanskrit
ed - past participled in English, "at" in Sanskrit (or "t", "it"),

Sanskrit word for civilized - shiv-i-laas-at
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Etymology of word Raakesh, Rogue, Rock

Thu, 05/12/2011 - 07:46

A lot of times in the email thread people would write "Raakhesh", and my mind would be spinning with many variations of the word and I would read "RaakShesh". ;-)

Overtime I saw some interesting co-relations.

Hindi/Urdu/Sanskrit Words

raakh - ashes - it is same as in Sanskrit raak-H (visarga), where k and kh are sounds next to each other.

raug - sick

raakSas - demon

rakS - to protect against demons,

rakSas - warlike, demonic like,

raakesh - name of Shiva - raakSa + ish - demon - lord , the one who is smeared in ashes or 'raakh', the destroyer and protector (one destorys one side and protects the other side).

Shiva is the most ancient god of the civilizations of the world, and has prototypes in Europe, Denmark, and feindish variations of wine drinking, meat eating, and sexual revelary go back to Tantrism and Forest Dwelling. Interestingly he is the God of Demons and depicted with Dark Skin - an epithet used the White Aryan influx people, who also adapted him as their Lord. Note the place of Kashi in UP (oldest living city of the World and place of Shiva) and Kashghar - or Kashi-ghad (in Tashuria or Xi-Xiang).


rock - a volcanic ash turns into Rock.

rogue - sick
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Ship and Weave - kSip and vivayan

Sun, 04/24/2011 - 08:53
kSip - to throw. Here k is almost silent, and S is Cerberal Sibiliant. The sound of Cerberal is like "sh".

vivyan - plaited work
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progeny - pra-jana-ya

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 02:58
Progeny - Children, Offspring
pra-jan-ya - self forth across + produce life + for - begetting, impregnation , generation , bearing , bringing forth.
So Progeny means, for producing life self forth across.
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Eadam Mutato ResurGo - Even After Death, I Shall Resurface

Thu, 03/24/2011 - 05:51
Other Greek/Latin Expressions:

The tomb of Bernoulli was inscribed as per his request: Eadam Mutato Resurgo.

What the classical translation says: I shall arise the same, though changed.

It is said Greek and Sanskrit are sisters. And Latin is the child of Greek. But actually Greek is also a child of Sanskrit - as it is shown by the population density vector, materialism vs spiritualism vector, modernity vs ancient-city vector, DNA migration, and so on.

In Sanskrit I would say: etam (idam) mRitatah (martah/mirtah) Srisurgah.

etam -Objective of Singular Pronoun that

ideam - thus

mRi-ta-tah(s) - In Sanskrit the Visarga (Hard Aspirate) can become "ah", "s" and "o" forms but Greek and Latin stick to "o" forms. There is one rule were "tah" is used to make nouns as adverbs. "mRi" is to die - and making it Present or Past Participle, it would take forms of "mRita", and "marta". Like Die-ing-ly, where 'ing' is part of the noun/adjective participle, and "ly" is the adverb part.

RiSurgah - sRi - means to slither or to move or appear. As periphestic future, or past, one needs to repeat the initial syllable, and sometimes two syllables, in some cases, like "sRi", and then drop the "s" part. So it becomes "ri-Sri" but then "ri" becomes "ir" or "ur". The hard part is over. "gaah" means "going" Something that shall be reappearing.

What is means: Thus dyingly I resurface!

Like all Greek and Italian Philosophers, they had close connection with the Orient, the East of Egypt, Persian, and India. It was part of the Reincarnation or Recycle principle.

Spira mirabilis is what Bernoulli called. Note the word "spira" are connected with "sirp" - snake as it also coils - like the spirals. This kind of equal angular and logarithmic spiral, would create its own fractals or mirror/scaled/rotated images. This is the reason he loved and discovered this Spiral and this is one of fundamental properties of nature seen in Physics and Biological Sciences. Someday I will explain how this also enables plants and animals see the "outer world"!
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Nikitaa - NiKhitaa

Mon, 03/21/2011 - 01:21
Nikitaa = ni/nii + kit + aa = undertake/lead to + what is to be known + feminine form suffix = one who is close/quest of what is to be known, which is God. This is in Active Sense. In Passive Sense, it is an epithet for God.

NiKhitaa = ni/nii + kh + it + aa = undertake/lead to + space/divide + past passive participle/present active participle + feminine = one that has been divided up = earth or conquered as passive or one who has conquered/become victorious.

Needless to say both are related. ;-
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Poilce, polish - paalashah, look - lokah

Sun, 12/06/2009 - 08:46
paal - to protect, to be lord.

Like Amar-pal, the king of Babylon and the father of Hamurabi (Somu-Ravi)

paal-shah - protectively.

"sh" is a prefix used for "ly" and "ah" is the visarga suffix for Subjective Singular.

Now we know how the word "shah" in Persian History has evolved. Here "sh" is palatal and can be approximated by "ch" and "z" sounds when transliterating to languages like English and Latin. "ch" is aspirated version of "c". No wonder we see "z" and "c' both in the versions of spelling of "police".

"polish" is also means to have a protective layer.

lokah - the worlds we live in and perceive, which is to look. So now, we know how the word "look" has come.
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Ammuniation - an-a-mana-sya-yaan

Sun, 11/22/2009 - 13:25
Ammuniation - Rounds of bullets are called 'ammunition', that which go to their destined targets without having any mind of their own in discriminating anyone, and yet they seem to pose a figurative mind of their own as if when hitting their chosen target.

an-a-mana-sya-yaan - an-mana-sya-yaan

vehicle bearing mind and no mind

mana - mind

sya - suffix for genitive case

yaan - that goes as a vehicle

a - negative particle before words starting with consonants

an - negative particle before words starting with vowels.

So how does a word that describes having a mind of its own and yet not having any discriminatory mind of its own shall be formed? It can be by using a double particle!!

Now bring the rule of "a" being built into consonants, e.g., na = n, ma = ma, and 'n' becoming 'm' as both are nasals, one is labial nasal and the other is labial dental. And then approximate "a" as "u", and you would see the word become "ammuniation".

Do people pronounce "a" as 'u"? Yes

Does language convert "n" to "m" sounds? Yes

Does "na" is same as "n" in transliteration? Yes. "a" is the most ambigous sound, like Rama is Ram and Krishna is Krish actually.

So what does it point? The English words have been coined by people who had no education in classical language and were illiterate in the science of sounds, which the ancients were. It points to the language of unconverted and uninitiated ones - or the generations after their ancestors left their homeland and immigrated to new lands.
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Percent - prati-Z/sh-at

Mon, 10/26/2009 - 19:27
This another example of words being carried forward as men migrated but lost the quality and the knowledge of their ancestors' work on the Language and the science behind it.

cent - shat - 'cent' is for 'century' which means a base of 100. In sanskrit, 'shat' or 'zhat', depending on how you transliterate the Palatal Sibiliant, "sh" sound with tounge touching the palette.

per - prati - you can the corruption. In Sanskrit, "prati" is a very scientific prefix, which means, towards, and 'per' also means 'per 100' or 'towards 100 base'.
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Amnesty - a-manas-taya, a-manas-sya-ti

Sun, 09/27/2009 - 23:55
Amnesty (from the Greek amnestia, oblivion)is to overlook and forgive and FORGET crimes done.


a - neagtive

manas - to think, to mind

taya - 'ness', 'tion' kind of suffix to make something into adjective. "s" usually conjoins "t" as part of Sandhi rules (Euophonics Rules), and suffix 'ya" carries the sense of English Adverb carried by suffix 'y'. Sanskrit Adverbs are almost missing except for some suffixes and gerunds. This is not that simple as in Sanskrit 'y' is a very overloaded letter with many rules. "tavya" is for Potential Participle (besides 'y'), "tvaa" is for Gerund (besides 'y'), and "tva" is for "ness". "tya" is also used as Aggregative Noun as part of Numeral Adverbs. So here this may refelect a collective process, which is Amnesty more about.

a-manas-taya - the act of making something unthinkable - made into oblivion.

a-manas-sya-ti - that shall be thought not - made unconsidered.

a-manas-taya - not to think
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Raum und Zeit - Space and Time

Thu, 09/24/2009 - 23:24
Raum is Raam - the ancient name for God found all over where ever Aryans went and they went all over the Globe.

There is a saying, God or Brahman, the Super Soul is everywhere. Now we can see why to Germans Raum is Space!
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endogenous and exogenous - aKS(h)+jana(H/s) and anta-jana(H/s)

Fri, 07/31/2009 - 17:28
Here is the "opposite" effect happening, which has been observed a few times in Sanskrit and English words.

Like English "hit" and Sanskrit "hit" have opposite connotations but in strict Victorian sense, sometimes a child for his benefit, could be subjected to a corporeal punishment, which is the meaning of Sanskrit "hit". The other word is "vish" or "wish", where the meanings are opposite - in Sanskrit "wish" means "poison" and in English "wish" means "desire". How true "Desire is Poison!", as Buddha said!!

The second effect observed would be that Sanskrit sounds would be more modulated and refined in their wording of a meaning but in English ones, they would be approximated. This is same as a Good Singer's sound being copied by a Bad Singer - or an Initiated and Cultured Language being copied by a uninitiated and vulgur.

This is true if you know the history of Europe and it got civilized and developed past 1200 AD. English is just a few hundred years old language.

This all shows and adds to evidence how the civilization flowed, which is shared by DNA Studies.

Now do not tell me that Man only learned to speak 5000 BC when we have artifacts which are much older and indicate of advanced civilizations. Check out my "Hidden Archeology" posting.


exogenous - produced outside

endogenous - produced inside

exo - outside

endo - inside

gen - to produce.


aKS(H) - to see, eyes, Here 'K' and 'S' are cerebral.

ant - end, border, something beyond, like Sanskrit "Ant-tara-ricta", where it means "End + Water Level + Excluding". How could ancient define a "polar continent" in the South Globe, which was beyond and signaled the end, and yet it was not the end? There is evidence of this continent being inhabitated way back in time with some surprising map of the continent which only could be mapped by the US Army in last few decades, but the map is very ancient

jan - to produce, same as English. "as" and "aH" sound are equivalent. In Greeks, many names are with sound "ous" suffix indicating Nominative or Subjective context, and in Sanskrit, this sound is "ah" or "aS" suffix.
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stenotopic, eurytopic, stenobhatic, eurybhatic

Thu, 07/30/2009 - 01:21
stenotopic - ability to adapt to only narrow or stilted range of environment.

eurytopic - ability to adapt to wider range of environment.

stenobhatic - ability to adapt to only narrow range of depth of water (and hence light)

eurybhatic - ability to adapt to wider range of depth of water (and hence light)

steno - connected with 'sten' in Sanskrit - 'to steal', 'to rob', 'to stint'.

eury - connected with 'ayur' in Sanskrit - 'to prolong', 'to widen', 'long', 'wide'.

topic - connected with word 'tropic' and 'taap' in Sanskrit - means Temprature, Heat, and in loose terms Environment.

bhatic - connected with Sanskrit 'light', 'to shine', and indirectly with depths of water as where else light should be interpreted as with wider or narrow range of light when the word is combined with prefixes 'steno' and 'eury'.
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