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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<Ô> / Bkp<Ô> (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<Ô> / bkp<Ô> (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 Řrberg, 1998
- HHOrberg-LinguaLatina<Ô> / Bkp<Ô> (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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• सान्त्वन [sântvana]
- n. (sts.pl.) soothing with kind words, conciliation, of (g., --°).


• सान्त्वय [sântva-ya]
- den. P. Â. soothe with kind words, coax, conciliate, speak kindly to (ac.): pp. ita. abhi, P. id. pari, P. id.


• [santvay-itri]
- m. one who speaks or acts kindly.


• सान्त्ववाद [sântva-vâda]
- m. sg. pl. kind words.


• सांदीपनि [sâmdîpan-i]
- m. [samdîpana] N. of Krishna's and Balarâma's teacher (whose son was restored to life by Krishna).


• सान्द्र [sândra]
- a. viscous; thick, close, dense (ord. mg.); strong, vehement, intense; thickly studded with, full of (in., --°); soft, tender: -tâ, f. denseness; vehemence; -tvak-ka, a. provided with a thick covering.


• [sandri-kri]
- make thick or dense; increase, strengthen.


• सान्धकार [sa̮andhakâra]
- a. dark.


• सांधिविग्रहिक [sâmdhi-vigrah-ika]
- m. minister of peace and war.


• सांध्य sâmdhya
- a. 1. produced by coalescence (syllable; samdhi); 2. relating to twilight or evening (samdhyâ).


• सांनहनिक [sâm-nahan-ika]
- a. (fr. samnahana) relating to preparation for battle, calling to arms; -nây-yá, n. [*sam-nâya, mingling] oblation of fresh and sour milk mixed; -nâh-ika, a. [sam-nâha] relating to preparation for battle, calling to arms; capable of bearing arms; -uka, a. id. (Br.); -nidh-ya, n. [sam-nidhi] nearness, vicinity, presence, close attendance: -m kri, be present, show oneself to (g.), -pakshe gan, appear in the place of (g.); -nipât-ika, a. [sam-ni-pâta] coalescing; produced by disorder of the bodily humours.


• सान्वय [sa̮anvaya]
- a. together with his descendants or family; belonging to the same family, related; significant; -̮apagama, a. attended with departures.


• सापत्न [sâpatná]
- a. V.: derived from a rival (sapatna); C.: based on rivalry hereditary enmity; born of a rival wife.


• सापत्नेय [sâpatn-eya]
- a. (î) born of a rival wife; -ya, a. based on rivalry, hereditary (enmity); born of a rival wife; n. relationship of step-children; rivalry among wives of the same husband: -ka, n. rivalry.


• सापत्य [sa̮apatya]
- a. having children; -̮apatrapa, a. ashamed, embarrassed; -̮âpad, a. being in distress or difficulties; -̮apadesam, ad. under some pretext; -̮apamâna, a. attended with contempt; -̮aparâdha, a. guilty, criminal; erroneous; -̮aparânta, a. together with the country of Aparânta; -̮apavâdaka, a. liable to exception; -̮apahnava, a. dissembling; concealed, veiled; -̮apâya, a. struggling with adversity; attended with danger, dangerous


• सापिण्ड्य [sâpind-ya]
- n. relationship of a Sapinda.


• सापेक्ष [sa̮apeksha]
- a. paying regard to (lc., prati); requiring, dependent on (--°): -tva, n. dependence: eƶpi gamakatvât samâsah, the compound holds, even though part of it is in construction with a word outside of it, because it readily makes its meaning understood (referring to the theory of the Hindu grammarians that the words in a compound should be so connected in construction as to form a whole of their own and should therefore not govern anything outside the compound, as in actual literature they often do).



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• साप्ततन्तव [sâpta-tantav-a]
- m. [sapta-tantu] pl. N. of a sect; -pada, a. concluded by taking seven steps together,=sincere, true (friendship); -padîna, a. id.; n. friendship; -purusha, a. extending to seven generations; -paurusha, a. (î) id.; -râtr-ika, a. (î) lasting seven (nights=) days.


• साफल्य [sâphal-ya]
- n. [sa-phala] fruitfulness; profitableness, advantage.


• साबाध [sa̮âbâdha]
- a. suffering, ailing.


• साभाव्य [sâbhâv-ya]
- n. [sa-bhâva] identity of nature.


• साभिकाम [sa̮abhi-kâma]
- a. loving; -gńâna, °-- or -m, ad. together with tokens of recognition; -nivesa, a. attended with a great predilection for sthg.; -prâya, a. having a distinct aim, knowing one's mind; spoken with a purpose (words); -mâna, a. full of self-satisfaction, proud, of (lc.); self-interested (action): -m, ad. proudly; -lâsha, a. full of longing, for (esp. the opposite sex, lc., prati, --°); -sara, a. together with companions.


• साभ्यर्थन [sa̮abhyarthana]
- a. attended with entreaties; -̮abhyasűya, a. envious, jealous, of (lc.): -m, ad. -ly; -̮abhyâsa, a. reduplicated; -̮abhra, a. clouded, overcast.


• सामग [sâma-gá]
- a. chanting Sâmans; m. chanter of Sâmans; -gaN, a., m. id. (RV.); -gâya, m. Sâman chant (C.).


• सामग्री [sâmagr-î]
- f. [sam-agra] entireness, totality; completeness of materials, apparatus, means, for (g., --°): kâ te sâmagrî, what means have you at your disposal? -ya, n. id.


• सामज [sâma-ga]
- a. occurring in the Sâma-veda; m. elephant; -gâta, (pp.) m. id.


• सामञ्जस्य [sâmańgas-ya]
- n. [samańgasa] correctness.


• सामत्व [sâma-tvá]
- n. name of Sâman; -dhvani, m. sound of the Sâman.


• सामन्् [saN-man]
- n. V. [√sâ, obtain], acquisition, possession; wealth, abundance; [conciliation] V., C.: chant, chanted Vedic verse; C.: song, hum (of bees; rare): pl. V. Sâma-veda; m. (only TBr.), n. V., C.: kind or conciliatory words, gentleness; conciliation, negotiation: °-- or in. by friendly means, in a friendly way (C.).


• सामन [sâman-á]
- a. (RV.) affluent; quiet.


• सामन्त [sâmanta]
- a. (very rare) being on all sides (samanta); m. neighbour; vassal, feudatory (ord. mg.); n. neighbourhood.


• सामप्रगाथ [sâma-pragâtha]
- m. kind of verses to be recited by the three Hotrakas; -bhrít, a. bringing chants (RV.1); -máya, a. consisting of Sâmans.


• सामय [sa̮âmaya]
- a. attended with sickness.


• सामयाचारिक [sâmayâkâr-ika]
- a. relating to the conventional duties of daily life (samayâkâra).


• सामयिक [sâmay-ika]
- a. [samaya] based on agreement, conventional; keeping an engagement; like-minded; timely (in a-).


• सामयोनि [sâma-yoni]
- a. produced from the Sâmans; m. elephant.


• सामर्थ्य [sâmarth-ya]
- n. [samartha] suitableness, adequacy; justification for (lc., --°); connexion in sense; power, strength, efficacy, capacity, ability (for, to, d., lc., inf., --°); force, meaning, or function (of a word): -m kri, do one's utmost; ab. by virtue of, in consequence of, in accordance with (also-yogât); according to the state of the case, as a matter of course (also -tas); -yogât, ab. according to circumstances; -vat, a. capable; -hîna, pp. deprived of strength.



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• सामर्ष [sa̮amarsha]
- a. indignant, wrathful, enraged, at (prati): -m, ad. wrathfully: -tâ, f. rage.


• सामवाद [sâma-vâda]
- m. pl. kind words.


• सामवायिक [sâmavây-ika]
- a. [samavâya] concomitant, inherent; m. minister; member of an assembly, spectator (v. r. sâmâgika).


• सामविद्् [sâma-vid]
- a. knowing the Sâmaveda; -vedá, m. Veda of chants; -sabda, m. sound of a chanted Sâman; -sâdhya, fp. to be effected by kind words; -siddha, pp. effected by kind words.


• सामाजिक [sâmâg-ika]
- m. [samâga] member of an assembly, spectator.


• सामात्य [sa̮amâtya]
- a. together with the fellow-inmates (S.): -pramukha, a. together with the chief ministers.


• सामानाधिकरण्य [sâmâna̮adhikaran-ya]
- n. samâna-] grammatical agreement, identity of case-relation, co-ordination; relation to the same subject.


• सामान्य [sâmân-ya]
- a. [samâna] equal, alike; joint, common, to (in. ± saha, --°); universal, general; ordinary, commonplace; n. equality, identity; equilibrium, normal condition (rare); universality, general or fundamental notion: -m, ad. after the manner of, like; jointly, in common; in., ab., °--, in general (opp. visesha-tas, in particular); -tas, ad. id.; similarly, according to analogy; -todrishta, n. (sc. anumâna) inference from common occurrence to universality, generalization, induction; -lakshana, n. generic definition; -vakana, a. expressing the common property; expressing a general notion; n. substantive (opp. attribute); -vat, a. having universality, general; -sabda, m. word of general meaning.



• सामासिक [sâmâs-ika]
- a. (î) [samâsa] comprehensive, concisely stated, brief; belonging to a compound; m. or n. compound word.


• सामि [sâmí]
- ad. too soon, prematurely (V.); incompletely, partially, half (V., C.: often °with pp., e.g. sâmi-krita, half-finished).


• सामिधेन [sâmidh-ená]
- a. relating to fuel and kinding (Br.): î, f. (sc. rik) verse of this kind (V., C.).


• सामिष [sa̮âmisha]
- a. possessed of prey; provided with meat (funeral feast).


• सामीप्य [sâmîp-ya]
- a. [samîpa] neighbouring; m. neighbour; n. neighbourhood, proximity (of time and place).


• सामीरण [sâmîrana]
- a. relating to the wind (samîrana).


• सामुद्र [sâmudra]
- a. relating etc. to the sea (samudra), marine; m. mariner: pl. maritime folk: N. of a people; n. sea-salt: -ka, n. salt; i-ka, a. seafaring; m. mariner; i-kâ, f. kind of leech.


• सामूहिक [sâműh-ika]
- a. arrayed in ranks (saműha); m. collective suffix.


• सामृत [sa̮amrita]
- a. provided with nectar; -̮âmoda, a. glad, cheerful.


• सांपराय [sâmparâya]
- m. [samparâya] passage to the other world; distress; conflict: i-ka, a. (â, î) relating to (the passage to) the other world; salutary or helping in time of need; relating to war, military; prepared for battle (army): with phala, n. reward in the next world.


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