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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<> / Bkp<> (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<> / bkp<> (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 rberg, 1998
- HHOrberg-LinguaLatina<> / Bkp<> (link chk 190624)

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श्रित् [sri-t]
- a. [√sri] --, having acquired, in uddhati-srit, a. towering and arrogant.


श्रित [srita]
- pp. √sr & √sri.


- f. (collateral form of sir) posperity, fortune (rare).


- I. P. sresha ( in sreahama, RV.1). a. adhere to (lc.).


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- (= SRA), IX. P. srinati, cook.


- IX. P. srina, mix, mingle, with (in.; V.): pp. srita, mixed with (in.; RV.). abhi, P., a, A. id. (RV.).


- (= SRI), IX. P. only pt. srinat, diffusing light (RV.). abhi, procure (V.). sam, unite with (in.; V.).


श्री sr
- f.[√3. sr] splendour, beauty; prosperity, fortune, wealth; high position, glory, majesty, royal dignity (sts. personified; C.); royal insignia (C., rare); personified as goddess of beauty and esp. of prosperity (Br., rare; C.) produced at the churning of the ocean, wife of Vishnu; in C. often -- (=the famous or glorious) in Ns. of gods, men, places, Ts. of books, to express distinction or eminence: sts. also -- of names of persons: d. sriy, sriya, beauteously, splendidly, gloriously (V.); sriya tmagh, (sons of beauty=) horses.



[sri-ka] -
- a. = sri, beauty, splendour, high position, royal dignity; -kantha, m. ep. of Siva; N.; ep. of Bhavabhuti; N. of a region (: -desa, -vishaya, m. id.); -dantha kantha, m. Siva's neck; -kanthiya, a. realting to Siva; ikayya-avamin, N. of a temple: -kara, a. producing; prosperity; -kallata, m. N. of a Siddha; (sri)-kama, a. (V.) desirous of distinction or glory; -khanda, m. n. (?) (piece of splendour), sandal tree, snadal: -dasa, m. N. (Pr.), -prithvi-dhara, -saila, m. Malaya range; -garbha, m. (having prosperity within), ep. of Vishnu; N. of a merchant; -gunalekha, f. N. of a princess; -dankuna-vi-hara, m. N. of a Buddhistic monastery; -kanda, m. N. of a Buddhistic monastery; -kanda, m. N. of a passionate man; -kandra, m. N.; -dhakka, N. of a Buddhistic monastery; -kanda, N. of a locality; -da, a. bestowing pprsperity; -datta, m. N.; -dhara, m. (bearer of prosperity). ep. and form of Vishnu-Krishna; N.: -svamin, m. N. of a commentalor on the Bhagavadgita, the Bhagavata and the Vishnu Purana; -nagara, n., i, f. N. of a town; -narendra-prabhha, f. N.; -narendra isvara, m. N. of a status of Siva erected by Srinarendra-prabba; -nivasa, m. abode of Sri; ep.of Vishnu-Krishna; N.; -pati, m. husband of Sri, ep. of Vishnu-Krishna; N.; -pati. m. husband of Sri, ep. of Vishnu-Krishan; N.; -pati, m. husband of Sri, ep. of Vishnu-Krishna; N.; -parna, n. lotus; -parvata, m. N. of carious mountains; -prada, a. conferrng prosperity; -phala, m. Bilva ruit; -baka, m. N.; -bhartri, m. husband of Sri, Krishan; -bhuga, -, arms of a person of high rank; -mat, a. splendid, beautiful; abounding in gold (Meru); eminent,illustrious, of high rank or dignity; wealthy; conducive to prosperity; m. great or eminent person: often - in names (= his eminence or highness) and in titles of books (= the famous): -ta, f. splendour, beauty.





श्रील [sr-la]
- a.beautiful; eminent, famous: -t, f. eminence, high position and creeper of high rank (sr-lat); -lekh, f. N. of a princess; -vatsa, m. kind of figure, sp. tuft or curl of hair of this shape on the breast of Vishnu or Krishna and of other deities; -vabhsa, (?) m. N.; -vardhana, m. N.; -vsa, m. (pleasant scent), resin of the Pinus longifolia, turpentine; -visla, a. abounding in prosperity; -vriksha, m. sacred fig-tree (Ficus religiosa); kind of mark, curl of hair of this shape on the breast of a horse (rare); -vrikshak-in, a. having a curl of hair on the breast; -saila, m. N. of various mountains; -shena, m. N.; -samgrma, m. N. of a college; -svmin, m. N.; -harsha, m. N. of a king, reputed author of the Ratnaval and the Naishadha-karita.



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- V. srino, srinu (A. metr. in C.), hear (tr. & int.), - about (ac.), from any one (in., ab., g., -mukhat; C.), that - is (2 ac.); listen or attend to (a thing, ac.; a prs. g.); hear from a teacher, learn, study; A. (V.), ps. sruyate (C.), be heard, about (ac.), from (ab., g., -mukhat); be heard, about (ac.), from (av., g., mukhat); be heard of or known as, be called (pred. nm); be learnt or studied; be taught or stated in a book (lc.); be heard = pronounced or employed in speaking (word); often imps. sruyate, it is said, I hear, from any one (ab.), about (g.), it is stated in a book (lc.); evam sruyate, there is this saying; 3sg. impv. sruyatam, listen; pf.pt.P. susruvas, having heard, - to be (2 ac.): also used as finite vb.; having learnt or studied (Br.): pp. sruta, heard, learned, heard of or about: mentioned; stated in scripture; known as, named; known, famous, celebrated; cs. sravaya, P. (V.) sravaya, (V., C.), P. (A. metr.) cause to be heard, proclaim, pronounce; cause any one to hear, address, infrom, tell, communicate (ac. of thing; ac., d., g. of person). through any one (in.); infrom (ac.) of any one's being (ac.): pp. sravita, announced, told; informed of (ac.): des. susrusha, A. (P. metr. ) wish or like to hear (V., C.); obey, wait or attend upon, be at the service of (ac.; C.); ps. susrushyate, be served: pp. susrushita, served; cs. of des. susrushaya, P. be at the service of (ac.; rare). anu, hear, -of (V., C.); hear anew (U.); ps. (C.) be said. abhi, hear: cs. cause any one to hear, speak to (ac.). a, listen, to anything (ac.), any one (d., g.; V., C.); hear (V., C.); promise anything (ac.) to (d.; C.); cs. (a) make known, proclaim (V.), address, invoke (RV.); call upon (ritually; sp. of the Adhvaryu summoning the Agnidh to pronunce the formula srausha; V.) abhi a, cs. address any one (Br.). upa, listen to, hera, learn (V., C.), from (ab., -mukhat, sakasat), that is (2 ac.); des. A. listen, attend. pari, hear, -about (ac.), be informed that -is (2 ac.): pp. heard; known as, accounted, named (pred nm.); famous. pra. A. (RV.) be heard; become known or famous. ati-pra, A. become famous beyond others (RV.1). prati, listen, give ear (RV., C., rare): A. be audible (RV., rare); promise (ac. of thing; d., g. of prs.; ord. mg.; V., C.): pp. promised; lc. n. imps.: pratisrute, the promise having been made; sa ka pitra datum pra-tisruta, and she was promised in marriage by her father. vi, hear; A. (V.) ps. (C.) become known or famous; ps. be heard: pp. visruta, heard; known as, named (nm.); widely known, famous; cs. cause to be heard, communicate; mention (one's name); tell anyone anything (2 ac.); make famous: cause to resound. abhi-vi, pp. known as, named (nm.). sam, hear, learn, from (-mukhat): listen to any one (ac.); promise, to any one (d., lc.); ps. be said to be (nm.): yathasamsruyate, as is said, as they say, as we read: pp. heard; read in (lc.); promised, to (g.); cs. cause to be heard, proclaim, announce (one's name), bring (ac.) to the ears of (ac., d.): pp. read out.







- = SRU, only sruvate and sruvantu (RV.), be set in motion, dissolve, part. a (RV.), only a asrot, give way to (or from sru, hear?). pra, cs. P. sravaya, cause to move forward, further (RV.).


- a. (-) hearing.


श्रुत [sru-ta]
- (pp.) n. what has been heard or learnt, tradition, learning, sacred knowledge; hearing; instruction: -dhara, a. retaining what one has heard, having a good memory; m. ear; N.; -dhi, m. N.; -praga, a. extremely learned; -prva, a. previously heard, known by hearsay, by (in., g.), from (ab.); -bandhu, m. N. of a Vedic poet; -vat, pp. act. having heard anything (ac.); learned; -vardhana, m. N. of a physician; -vismrita, pp. heard and forgotten; -vritta̮upapanna, pp. endowed with learning and virtue; -sarman, m. N.; -sla, n. du. learning and conduct: -vat, a. learned and honourable, -sampanna, pp. id., -̮upa-sampanna, pp. id.; -sena, m. N. of a king.


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