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Practical Sanskrit Dictionary for Buddhists and Hindus


• A Practical Sanskrikt Dictionary, 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.
- https://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/macdonell/ 190516
• The Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Grammar and Dictionary, BHS, vol.2, by F. Edgerton, pp. 627.
- FEdgerton-BHSD<Ō> / Bkp<Ō> (link chk 180627)
• The Student's Pali English dictionary , by U Pe Maung Tin, 1920.
- (ref: UPMT-PEDxxx).  Downloaded copies in TIL HD-PDF and SD-PDF libraries:
- UPMT-PaliDict1920<Ō> / bkp<Ō> (link chk 190113)
•  Pali-Myanmar Dictionary (in Pal-Myan), by U Hoke Sein,
- (ref: UHS-PMD). The dictionary in printed form is in TIL Research Library.
• Latin-English Vocabulary II, by Hans H Ųrberg, 1998
- HHOrberg-LinguaLatina<Ō> / Bkp<Ō> (link chk 190624)

Edited by U Kyaw Tun (UKT) (M.S., I.P.S.T., USA), Daw Khin Wutyi, Daw Thuzar Myint, Daw Zinthiri Han 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 
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Ignors:  शाख   sākha Skanda (regarded as his son).
           शाक्मन््   saNk-man help, aid (RV.1).
             शाक्त्य   sāktyį Gaurivīti.
             शाङ्खलिखित   sāṅkha-likhita composed by Saṅkha and Likhita. 


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• शांभव   [sāmbhav-a]
- a. (ī) derived from, belonging, relating, or sacred to Sambhu (Siva): -īya, a. belonging to Siva.



• शाम्य   [sām-ya]
- a. aiming at peace (sama); n. peace, reconciliation.



• शाययितव्य   [sāyay-i-tavya]
- fp. to be caused to rest on (lc.); to be caused to sleep: dīrgham --, to be caused to take one's long rest (i. e. death).



• शायिता   [sāy-i-tā]
- f.  (--°) sleeping; being contained in.



• शायिन््   [sāy-in]
- a. lying, resting, sleeping, dwelling (in, on, lc., --°; at the time of, like, or ad. sense, --°).



• शार   [sārį]
- a. variegated, speckled, spotted; m. piece or figure used on a draught-board: ī, f. id.; a bird.



• शारङ्गी   [sāraṅg-ī]
- f. female of a certain bird.



• शारण   [sārana]
- m. N. incorr. for sārana.



• शारद   [sārad-į]
- a. (f. saradi, VS. ī) autumnal; fresh (C., rare); n. autumn grain (C., rare): ā, f. N. of Sarasvatī, goddess of speech; -īna, -īya, a. autumnal.



• शारद्वत   [sāradvat-a]
- m. pat. (fr. saradvat) of Kripa; N. of a pupil of Kanva.



• [sarambara], N. of a locality.



•  शारि   [saNri]
- f. a small sweet-voiced bird (sts. spell sāri); arrow (RV.1; cp. saru); elephant's howdah; N. of the mother of Buddha's first pupil (often called Sāri-putra or -suta); m. piece or figure used on a draught-board (sts. written sāri).



• शारिका   [sāri-kā]
- f. kind of bird (often spelt sārikā); a form of Durgā: -kūta, n. Durgā's peak, N. of a locality; -pītha, n. N. of a locality.



• शारित   [sār-ita]
- den. pp. made variegated or speckled.



• शारिपुत्र   [sāri-putra]
- m.  son of Sāri, N. of Buddha's first pupil; -prastara, m. N. of a gambler; -suta, m.=-putra.



• [saritaka]
- m. N. of a village.



• शारीर   [sārīrį]
- a. (ī) made of bone (very rare); bodily, corporeal, belonging or relating to, being in the body (sarīra); w. danda, m. corporal punishment; n. excrement.



•  शारीरक   [sārīra-ka]
- a. bodily; n. = sārīraka-sūtra: -sūtra, n. the Brahma or Vedānta Sūtra of Bādarāyana, the aphorisms of the Vedānta philosophy.



• शार्कर   [sārkara]
- a. made of sugar.



• शार्ङ्ग   [sārṅga]
- a. made of horn (sriṅga); derived from the tree Sriṅga (poison); n. bow (sp. Vishnu's or Krishna's): -dhanvan, m. (having the bow Sārṅga) ep. of Vishnu or Krishna; -dhara, m. (bearing the bow Sārṅga) id.; N.: -paddhati, f. Sārṅgadhara's poetical anthology, T. of a work; -pāni, m. (holding the bow Sārṅga in his hand) ep. of Vishnu or Krishna; -bhrit, m. ep. of Vishnu or Krishna; -rava, m. N.: pl. his descendants: -misra, pl. Sārṅgarava and the rest.



• शार्ङ्गिन््   [sārṅg-in]
- m. (having the bow Sārṅga) ep. of Vishnu or Krishna.



• [saring-i]
- f. a bird.



• शार्दूल   [sārdūlį]
- m. tiger; --° (like vyāghra) chief or best of: -karmįn, n. tiger-skin; -mriga-sevita, pp. infested by tigers and deer; -vikrīdita, n. tiger-play; a. imitating tiger-play; n. a metre.


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• शार्मण्य   [sārmanya]
- m. Germany (nineteenth century word): -desa, m. id.



• शार्यात   [sāryātį]
- m. pat. (fr. saryati): i. f. daughter of Saryāta.



•  शार्व   [sārva]
- a. (ī) relating, belonging, or sacred to, derived from Sarva (Siva): with dis, f. east.



• शार्वर   [sārvar-a]
- a. [fr. sarvari] nocturnal: i-ka, a.id.; i. f. night.



• [SAL]
- I. A. sala (rare), shine, be distinguished for (in.; comm.): pp. salita, distinguished for (in., -°).



• शाल   [sālį]
- a. being in the hut etc. (Br.): -m, ad. at home; m. (C.) N. of a tall and stately tree (Vatica robusta) used for building houses (often spelt sāla); tree (rare; sts. spelt sāla); enclosure, fence, rampart (rare; sts. spelt sāla).



• शालकटङ्कट   [sāla-kataṅkata]
- m. du. N. of two genii;  -grāma, m. N. of a village regarded as sacred among the Vaishnavas, situated on the Gandakī, so called from the Sāla tree growing in it; thence came the sacred stones (or ammonite) typical of Vishnu; the Vishnu worshipped at Sālagrāma (rare); m. n. ammonite: -silā, f. id.; -bhańgikā, f. statue (made of Sāla wood); -bhańgī, f. id.



• शालभ   [sālabha]
- a. peculiar to the grasshopper or moth (salabha): w. vidhi, m. way of the grasshopper or moth (perishing in fire).



• शालवलय   [sāla - valaya]
- m. or n.  circular rampart.



• शाला   [saNlā]
- f. [√3. sri] shed, house, apartment, room, hall; stable; --° sts. a, n.: -karman, n. building a house; -̮agni, m. domestic fire; -̮agira, n. kind of dish.



• शालातुरीय   [sālātur - īya]
- a. belonging to Salātura; m. ep. of Pānini.



• शालासद््   [sālā-sad]
-  being in the house or stable (Br.); -stha, a. standing in the stable.



• शालि   [sāli]
- m. (sg. & pl.) rice (and similar kinds of grain); civet cat (rare): -kana, m. grain of rice; -kedāra, m. rice-field; -kshetra, n. id.; -gopī, f. female watcher of a rice-field; -kūrna, n. rice-flour; -tandula, m. grain of rice.



• शालिता   [sāl-i-tā]
- f. possession of (--°); -tva, n. id. (--°).



•  शालिन््   sāl-in (possessing a house), --°, abundantly provided with, possessed or full of, versed in, distinguished by or for: -ī, f. N.



• शालिभवन   [sāli-bhavana]
- n. rice-field; -bhū, f. id.; -vāhana, m. (rice-bearer), N. of a king, adversary of Vikramāditya, the date of his birth, 78 a. d., being the beginning of the Saka era; -samrakshikā, f. female guardian of a rice-field; -hotra, m. poetical N. of the horse (receiving offerings of=fed on, rice); N. of a Rishi, regarded as the first authority on the horse; n. Sālihotra's work on the horse: -gńa, a. familiar with --.



• शालीन   [sāl-īna]
- a. having a fixed abode; modest, bashful: -m, ad.; -tā, f. modesty, bashfulness; -sīla, a. having a bashful nature: -tā, f. bashfulness.



• शालूक   [sāluNka]
- n. root of the esculent waterlily: -kanda, m. id.



• शालूर   [sālūra]
- m. frog (rare).



• शालेय   [sāleya]
- a. (ī) growing rice (sāli).



• शाल्मल   [sālmala]
- m. (=i) silk-cotton tree (only --°, rare).


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• [salmali]
- m. f., i, f. id., Semul tree (Salmalia malabarica: a tall tree with throns and red flowers; as a tree of torture in hell): i, f. N. of a river in a hell.



• शाल्यन्न   [sāli̮anna]
- n. boiled rice, rice pap; -̮odana, m. n. id.



• [sali anna]
- n, boiled rice, rice pap; -odana, m. n. id.



• शाल्व   [sālva]
- m. pl. N. of a people; sg. king of the Sālvas.



• शाव   1. [sāv-a] [growing: √2. sū] young of an animal; 2. a. belonging to a corpse (sava), caused by a death (impurity); n. impurity produced by a corpse: -ka, m. young of an animal or bird.



• शाश   [sāsa]
- a. belonging to the hare (sasa): with māmsa, n. flesh of the hare.



• शाश्वत   [sāsvat-į]
- a. (ī) [sasvat] constant, perpetual, eternal: ī-h samāh, for everlasting years, for evermore: -m, ad. constantly, for ever; m. N. of a lexicographer; i-ka, a. id.



• [SAS] II. P. sas (V., C.) wk. base sish (3 pt. stsati), I. P. (V. E.), A. (E.) casa [prob. contracted reduplication of sas- sams; 3 pl. & pt. st. without n], correct, chastise, punish (V., C.); control, administer (law; C.) rule, govern (ord. mg.), wield (sovereignty, ragyam, aisvaryam: C.), in (lc.), with regard to (d.; sts. 2 ac.; C.); praise (= sams, C., rare); confess (crime; C.); ps. sasyate and sishyate; gd. sasitva, sishtva, -sasya, sishya: pp. sasta, ruled (E., rare); sasita (E., C.). punished; controlled; instructed, in (lc.); sishta, ordered; taught; instructed, oultivated, refined; excellent; cs. sasaya, P. recommend (rare). anu, direct, instruct, show the way to (V., C.); give instructions to, order, command (an inferior, C.); teach any one anything (2 ac; C.); punish (rare, C.); ps. be taught or instructed (C.): pp. anusishia, instructed, ordered, by (in.; V., C.); taught, imparted (C.); completed (C.). abhi, point out, assign (houses; RV.); rule (earth, E.). a, A. ask, supplicate, wish, or hope for, expect (V., C.), from (ab.), for any one (d., lc.); desire (a blessing or blessings, asisham, asishah): pp. asasita, wished for etc.; incorr. for asishah): pp. asasita, wished for etc.; incorr. for asvasita, ud, direct or conduct upwards ( to the gods; RV.). pra, V., C.: direct, instruct; C.: give instructions to, command; punish (rare); rule, be lord of (ord. mg.): ragyam-, rule (int.). prati, pp. sishta, despatched. sam, call upon, direct any one (Br., S.).






• [SAS]
- v. SAS.



• शास्   [saNs]
- f. (RV.) command; ruler.



• [sas-a]
-  I. m. order, cammand (RV.2); a, m. ruler, chastiser (RV.2); N. of RV.X, 152 (Br.); 2. a, m. butcher's knife           (Br., S.): -hasta, a. holding a butcher's knife in his hand (Br.).



•  शासक   [sās-aka]
- m. teacher, instructor.



• शासन   [saNs-ana]
- (ī) chastising; instructing; m. chastiser; instructor; n., C.: chastisement, punishment; government, sway, rule, over (--°); royal decree, edict, charter, grant; instruction, teaching (rare); precept, rule, counsel (rare); doctrine, faith, religion (rare); V., C.: direction, command, order, to any one (--°): -m kri, obey the orders of (g.); e vrit or sthā, obey any one (g., --°); ab. sāsanāt, by command of (g.): -dhara, m. bearer of a message, messenger; -vartin, a. obeying the orders of (g.); -vāhaka, m. messenger; -silā, f. edict engraved on stone; -hāraka, -hārin, m. messenger.


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