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A Practical Sanskrit Dictionary

p059-2.htm

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  Computing and Language Center, Yangon, MYANMAR :  http://www.tuninst.net , www.romabama.blogspot.com

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{:} : There is no Pal-Myan equivalent for Skt-Dev ऐ ai. However, the two front mid-vowels
  {} ए & {:} ऐ are so alike that the words can have the same or almost the same meaning.
  See below for examples.
 
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{:ka.}
{:k~Sa.} : pseudo-Kha
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{:a.}
{:Na.}
{:ta.}
{:da.}
{:na.}
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{:Ba.}
{:ra.}
{:la.}
{:sha.}
{:Sa.}
{:ha.}

 

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ऐ [ ai ]
- ij. of hailing, addressing or recollecting.

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{:ka.}

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ऐकध्यम् [ aika-dhyam ]
- ad. at once, together; -patya, n. sole dominion over (g.); -matya, n. unanimity; -mukhya, n. agreement; -rgya, n. sole dominion; -rtrika, a. remaining a night; -rpya, n. uniformity; identity.

ऐकपत्य aikapatya
Skt: -patya - n. sole dominion over (g.) - Mac059c1
Skt: ऐकपत्य aikapatya - n. supreme power, autocratic rule, sovereignty of one, absolute monarchy - SpkSkt

एकमत्य ekamatya
Skt: -matya - n. unanimity, - Mac059c1
Skt: ऐकमत्य aikamatya - adj. conforming, having conformity of opinions. n. unanimity - SpkSkt
  Skt: एकमत्य ekamatya - n. unison - SpkSkt

UKT 150723: With reference to the two words, -patya & -matya  (cf. 'father' & 'mother'), I wonder if the underlying meanings are 'authority, pressure, war' & 'friendship, love, peace'.

 

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ऐकशफ [ aika-sapha ]
- a. coming from an animal with uncloven hoof; -srutya, n. uniformity of tone, monotony; -svarya, n. having only one accent.

 

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ऐकागारिक [ aika‿agrika ]
- m., , f. thief.

 

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ऐकाग्र्य [ aika‿agrya ]
- n. fixed attention to one object, concentration.

 

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ऐकाङ्ग [ aika‿aṅga ]
- m. soldier of the bodyguard.

 

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ऐकाधिकरण्य [ aika‿adhikaran-ya ]
- n. unity of relation.

 

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ऐकान्तिक [ aiknt-ika ]
- a. () excluding everything else, absolute; -ya, n. exclusiveness, absoluteness.

 

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ऐकार [ ai-kra ]
- m. the sound or letter ai.

 

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ऐकार्थ्य [ aika‿arth-ya ]
- n. unity of purpose; identity of meaning.

 

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ऐकाश्रम्य [ aika‿sram-ya ]
- n. existence of only one stage in religious life.

 

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ऐकाहिक [ aka‿ahi-ka ]
- a. () lasting one day.

 

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ऐक्य [ aik-ya ]
- n. oneness, unity, identity.

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{:k~Sa.} : pseudo-Kha

UKT 150626, 170117: Refer to p045.htm (link chk 170117) for इक्षु [ iksh ] = इ क ् ष ु - m. sugar-cane; its stalk.

From इक्षु [ iksh ] is derived Ikshvaku ikṣvāku, literally means "sugar cane" - the name of a king, an ancestor of Gaudama Buddha. See Wikipedia: From Wikipedia:
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ikshvaku_dynasty 150622
In Pal-Myan, the name of the king is {OAk~ka-ka. ra.za.}.
See also: The Handbook of Chinese Buddhism Being Sanskrit-Chinese Dictionary, by Ernest J. Eitel, 1888, p068.

 

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ऐक्षव [ aikshav ]
- a. () made of sugar-cane.

 

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  ऐक्ष्वाक [ aikshvk ]
- m., , f. pat. descendant of Ikshvku.

UKT 170117: King Ikshku , in Sanskrit, is known as {OAk~ka-ka. ra.za.} in Pal-Myan. He is an ancestor of Gaudama Buddha. See Wikipedia: From Wikipedia:
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ikshvaku_dynasty 150622
See also the Handbook of Chinese Buddhism or Sanskrit-Chinese Dictionary, by Ernest J. Eitel, 1888, p068,

 

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{:a.}

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ऐड [ aid ]
- a. () containing comfort; m. son of Id (Purravas).

 

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{:Na.}

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ऐण aina, ऐणेय [ aineya ]
Skt: ऐण aina, ऐणेय [ aineya ] - a. belonging to the black antelope. - Mac059c2
Pal: {-Na.} - UHS PMD0257
  UKT from UHS: m. kind of black deer or antelope having beautiful eyes and short legs.

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{:ta.}

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ऐतदात्म्य [ aitad-tm-ya ]
- n. essence of this (ph.).

 

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ऐतरेय [ aitareya ]
- m. pat. or met. of Mahidsa (an ancient teacher); a. composed by Aitareya: -ka, n. the Brhmana of Aitareya; -brhmana, n. id.

 

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ऐतरेयिन् [ aitarey-in ]
- m. pl. school of Aitareya.

 

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ऐतिहासिक [ aitihs-ika ]
- a. () legendary; m. narrator of old legends.

 

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ऐत्व [ ai-tva ]
- n. occurrence of ai.

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{:da.}

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ऐदंपर्य [ aidam-par-ya ]
- n. main point; end, object.

 

UKT 150626: For searching into Pal-Myan, use "Indra or Sakka" as a clue. e.g. in p045.htm , we find Indra / {ain~da.} and Sakka  {ak~ka.}. We must note that though Indra / {ain~da.} and Sakka  {ak~ka.} are not the same, they have been used as equal. See A Dictionary of the Pali Language (in Pal-Dev) by R.C. Childers 1874, p419. Indra / {ain~da.} is the King of Heaven in Hinduism, whereas Sakka  {ak~ka.} in Buddhism is just a king in a lower dva world known as Trāyastriṃśa or Tāvatiṃsa "The world "of the Thirty-three (devas)" is a wide flat space on the top of Mount Sumeru, filled with the gardens and palaces of the devas. Its ruler is Śakra devānām indra, "Śakra, lord of the devas" "
- Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddhist_cosmology 150519.

 

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{:na.}

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ऐन्दव [ aindava ]
- a. () lunar.

 

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ऐन्द्र [ aindr ]
Skt: ऐन्द्र [ aindr ] - a. () belonging to or coming from Indra, Indra-like; n. N. of a lunar mansion. - Mac059c2
Pal: {AIn~da.} - UHS-PMD0149
  UKT from UHS: m. Lord, King, Sakka {ak~ka.}

 

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ऐन्द्रजाल [ aindra-gla ]
- n. witchcraft; -glika, a. () referring to or practising witchcraft; m. wizard, juggler; -nla, a. () made of sapphire; -sira, m. kind of elephant.

 

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ऐन्द्रि [ aindr-i ]
- m. crow.

 

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ऐन्द्रिय [ aindriya ]
- a. referring to or perceptible by the senses; n. sensual pleasure.

 

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{:Ba.}

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ऐभ [ aibha ]
- a. () belonging to an elephant.

 

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{:ra.}

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ऐरयम् [ airayam ]
- impf. cs. of √r.

 

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ऐरावण [ airvana ]
Skt: ऐरावण [ airvana ] - m. N. of Indra's elephant - Mac059c3
Pal: {-ra-wa.Na.} - UHS PMD0258
  UKT from UHS: Sakka's elephant .

 

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ऐरावत [ airvat ]
- m. id. (); N. of a serpent demon; m. n. kind of rainbow.

 

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{:la.}

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ऐल [ aila ]
- m. (= aila) Purravas.

UKT 150723: See the Legend of Apsara Urvasi and Human Purravas, the son of Id, in Kalidasa's play,
विक्रमोर्वशीयम्, meaning 'Urvashi Won by Valour'
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vikramōrvaśīyam 150723

 

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ऐलक [ aila-ka ]
- a. coming from the sheep elaka.

 

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ऐलब [ ailab ]
- m. noise, din.

 

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{:sha.}

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ऐश [ aisa ]
- a. belonging to Siva (sa).

 

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ऐशान [ aisna ]
- a. () id.; north-eastern; , f. north-east.

 

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ऐशि [ ais-i ]
- m. pat. of Skanda.

 

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ऐश्य [ ais-ya ]
- n. dominion, power.

 

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ऐश्वर [ aisvar-a ]
- a. () befitting a lord, majestic; belonging to Siva; n. supreme dominion; -ya, n. position of a great lord; kingly state; supreme dominion; control; lordship or dominion of (g., lc., --); kingdom: -vat, a. possessed of supreme power.

 

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{:Sa.}

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ऐषीक [ aishka ]
- a. made of reeds.

 

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ऐष्टक [ aishtak ]
- a. made of bricks.

 

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ऐष्टिकपौर्तिक [ aishtika-paurtika ]
- a. relating to sacrifices and charitable works.

 

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{:ha.}

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ऐहिक [ aih-ika ]
- a. belonging to or occurring in this world, terrestrial, temporal.

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