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A Practical Sanskrit Dictionary

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by A. A. Macdonell, 1893,
http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MDScan/index.php?sfx=jpg 1929.
Nataraj ed., 1st in 2006, 2012

Edited, with additions from Pali sources, by U Kyaw Tun (UKT) (M.S., I.P.S.T., USA) and staff of Tun Institute of Learning (TIL) . Not for sale. No copyright. Free for everyone. Prepared for students and staff of TIL Research Station, Yangon, MYANMAR :  http://www.tuninst.net , www.romabama.blogspot.com

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{kSa.la.}
{kSa.wa.}
{kSa}
{kSa-ta.}
{kSa-na.} : e.g. Skt: - Pal:
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{kSi.pa.}
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{kSu.}
{kSu.Na.}
{kSu.ta.}
{kSu.pa.}

 

UKT notes :
UKT 151204: To the chemist, the word saltpetre rings a bell. Saltpetre is Potassium nitrate, KNO3 , abundantly found in guano the old droppings of bats. Almost all interiors of caves and old buildings in our regions are where bats - who eats flying insects - nests. The air in these places are nauseating and causes people who are not used to these places to sneeze. Guano is used as fertilizer, but most importantly to make explosives by mixing with charcoal powder and sulphur. The ancients must have known about these things and might have been used in military campaigns.

You will find that the meanings of many entries below are related when you think in terms of military campaigns - one of the disasters of {kp kri: on: pa:} feared by ordinary people. They wish in their daily prayers [note: Theravada Buddhists do not pray technically to any Almighty God, which they do not think, exist.] that they be spared from these disasters.

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क्षम्य [ kshm-ya ]
- a. earthly.

 

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क्षय [ 1. kshy-a ]
- a. dwelling; m. abode, seat; tribe, people.

 

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क्षय [ 2. kshay-a ]
- m. decrease; depreciation; decline, loss, destruction; end: ac. with verbs of going: decrease, come to an end, be lost, perish; -kara, -kartri, -krit, a. destroying (--).

क्षय [ 1. kshy-a ]
Skt: क्षय kṣaya - adj. dwelling. m. abode, end, family, wasting or wearing away, ... ... - SpkSkt
Pal: {hka.ya.} - UHS PMD0345
  UKT from UHS: . m. depletion. . residence. 

 

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क्षयण [ kshay-ana ]
- a. destroying (--).

 

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क्षयदिवस [ kshaya-divasa ]
- m. day of the world's destruction; -paksha, m. fortnight of the moon's wane; -yukta, pp. ruined, fallen; -yukti, f. destruction, ruin; -rog-in, a. consumptive [UKT: tuberculosis - an incurable lung disease - which makes the person suffering from it as if slowly being dried up and burnt away by an internal fire]: -i-tva, n. consumption.

 

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क्षर [ kshar-a ]
- a. passing away, transitory; -ana, n. flowing; effusion.

 

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क्षव kshva, ˚थु [ -thu ]
- m. sneezing, sneeze.

 

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क्षा [ 1. KSH ]
- v. ���� KSHAI.

 

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क्षा [ 2. ksh&asharp; ]
- f. earth; abode.

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क्षात्र [ kshtra ]
= (क ् ष ा) (त ् र ) --> {k~Saat~ra.}
- a. () peculiar to the military caste; n. royal dignity.

 

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क्षान्त [ kshn-ta ]
= (क ् ष ा न ्) (त ) --> {k~Saan-ta.}
Skt: क्षान्त [ kshn-ta ] - pp. √ksham; n. patience, forbearance. - Mac078c1
Pal: {hkn~ta.} - UHS PMD0344
  UKT from UHS: mfn. forbearance

 

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  क्षान्ति [ kshn-ti ]
- f. id.; mat, a. patient, forbearing; -sla, m. N. (patient).

 

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क्षाम [ ksh-m ]
- a. singed, scorched; parched, dried up; emaciated, slender; weak, little, insignificant: -kshma, a. quite emaciated.

 

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क्षामन्् [ ksh&asharp;-man ]
- n. earth, ground.

 

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क्षार [ ksh-ra ]
- a. caustic, salty; sharp, cutting (wind); m. (n. rare) burning or corrosive substance; saltpetre, potash, etc.: -kshata, pp. corroded by saltpetre; -kshna, pp. id.: -t, f. abst. n.; -lavana, n. du. caustic & salt.

UKT 151204: To the chemist, the word saltpetre rings a bell. Saltpetre is Potassium nitrate, KNO3 , abundantly found in guano the old droppings of bats. Almost all interiors of caves and old buildings in our regions are where the bats - who eats flying insects - nests. The air in these places are nauseating and causes people who are not used to these places to sneeze. Guano is used as fertilizer, but most importantly to make explosives by mixing with charcoal powder and sulphur. The ancients must have known about these things and might have been used in military campaigns.

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क्षाल [ kshl-a ]
- m. washing; -ana, n. id.; a. washing, wiping away (also fig.).

 

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क्षित् [ kshi-t ]
- a. n. dweller; ruler (--).

 

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क्षिति [ 1. kshi-t ]
- f. abode, dwelling; earth, land: pl. the tribes, races, peoples, men.

 

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क्षिति [ 2. ksh-ti ]
- f. destruction.

 

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क्षितिकम्प [ kshiti-kampa ]
- m. earthquake; -kshit, m. king, prince; -kshoda, m. dust of the earth; -tala, n. surface of the earth: -‿apsaras, f. Apsaras dwelling on earth; -dhara, m. mountain; -dhenu, f. the cowlike earth; -pa, -pati, -pla, -bhug, m. king; -bhrit, m. mountain; king; -rasa, m. sap of the earth; -lava-bhug, m. petty prince; -sak pati, m. king; -sata-kratu, m. id.; -‿indra, -‿sa, -‿svara, m. king.

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क्षिप्् [ kshp ]
- f. (only nm. pl.) finger: -, f. (only in. pl.) id.

 

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क्षिप्त [ kship-t ]
- pp. √kship; n. (shot) wound: -kitta, a. distraught: -t, f. absence of mind; -yoni, a. of contemptible birth.

 

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क्षिप्र [ kship-r ]
- a. elastic (bow); quick, rapid: -m or ab. quickly, directly, at once: ‿ishu, a. having swift arrows.

 

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क्षीण [ kshn ]
- pp. √3. kshi: -karman, a. whose desire for action is at an end; -kosa, a. whose treasury is exhausted; -tamas, m. N. of a Vihra; -t, f. injury, damage; -tva, n. disappearance; -vritti, a. whose provisions are exhausted; -‿dhi, a. freed from distress; -‿yus, a. moribund.

 

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क्षीब kshba, क्षीव [ kshva ]
- a. intoxicated; excited: -t, f., -tva, n. intoxication.

 

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क्षीर [ kshr ]
- n. milk; milky sap (of plants).

 

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क्षीरकुण्ड [ kshra-kunda ]
- n. milk-pot; -ksha ya, m. failure of milk (in the udder); -dhi, m. ocean of milk; -nidhi, m. id.; -nra, n. milk and water (--); -pa, a. drinking only milk; m. suckling, infant, child; -bhrita, pp. paid with milk; -maya, a. representing milk; -mahr- nava, m. ocean of milk; ()-vat, a. full of milk; -vridhi, m. ocean of milk; -vriksha, m. tree with milky juice, the common name of the Nyagrodha, Udumbara, Asvattha, and Madhka; -shshtika, n. sixty days' rice with milk; -samudra, -sgara, m. ocean of milk; -snigdha, pp. moist with milky juice; -svmin, m. N. of a grammarian.

 

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क्षीरान्न [ kshra‿anna ]
- n. rice boiled in milk; -‿abdhi, m. ocean of milk; -‿ambudhi, m. id.

 

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क्षीराय [ kshr-ya ]
- den. . become milk.

 

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क्षीरिन्् [ kshr-n ]
- a. abounding in milk; con taining milky juice.

 

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क्षीरोद [ kshra‿uda ]
- m. ocean of milk: -dhi, m. id.; -‿rmi, m. f. wave of the ocean of milk.

 

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क्षीव [ kshva ]
- v. kshba.

 

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क्षु [ ksh ]
Skt: क्षु [ ksh ] - n. [gh(a)s-] food, nutriment. - Mac078c3
Skt: क्षु  kṣu - n. food - SpkSkt
Pal: {hku.} - UHS PMD0349
  UKT from UHS: non-gender  actuality 'substantial'

UKT 151205: I wonder why Pal & Skt meanings are apparently very different. It may be the same if we take "what is substantial to the human body" is "food".

 

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क्षुण [ kshun-na ]
- pp. √kshud.

 

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क्षुत्् [ ksh-t ]
- f. sneezing.

 

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क्षुत्क्षाम [ kshut-kshma ]
- a. emaciated with hunger: -kantha, a. hvg. a throat --; -pipsita, pp. tormented with hunger and thirst.

 

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क्षुद्र [ kshud-r ]
- a. small, tiny; low, mean, base; wicked (in jest): (a)-ka, a. small, tiny; *-ghantik, f. small bell (ornament).

 

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क्षुद्रजन्तु [ kshudra-gantu ]
- m. small animal; insignificant person; -pasu, m. small live stock: -mat, a. possessing --; -buddhi, m. N. of a jackal (base-minded); -satru, m. insignificant foe; -skta, n. short hymn; m. author of short hymns.

 

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क्षुद्राक्ष [ kshudra‿aksha ]
- a. having small meshes; -‿karita, pp. frequented by low persons; -‿antra, n. small cavity of the heart.

 

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क्षुध्् [ kshdh ]
- f. hunger.

 

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क्षुधा [ kshudh- ]
- f. id.: -kara, a. causing hunger; -‿rta, pp. tortured with hunger.

 

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क्षुधालु [ kshudh-lu ]
- a. hungry.

 

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क्षुन्निरोध [ kshun-nirodha ]
- m. suppression of hunger, starvation; -mat, a. hungry.

 

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  क्षुप [ kshupa ]
- m., , f. shrub, bush; a-ka, m., a-k, f. id.

 

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क्षुब्ध [ kshub-dha ]
- pp. √kshubh: -t, f. commotion.

क्षुब्ध [ kshub-dha ] (pp.) m. churning-stick. - Mac-orphan

 

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