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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)

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 
 - http://www.tuninst.net , www.romabama.blogspot.com 

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{ku-Ta.} कूट  : cont
  p072c1 :
{ku-a.} कूड
  √kūḍ {kuu}, kūl , 'burn'. - Whit0021
{ku-Na.} कूण
{ku-da.} कूद
{ku-pa.} कूप
{ku-ba.} कूब


{kuur~} : Repha
  √kūrd {kuurd}, 'leap, exult' - Whit021
{ku-la.}/ / {kuul} / {kuul~}


UKT notes :
Vagasaneyi-samhita : YazurVda


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{ku-Ta.} कूट : cont


p072c1-b01/uchg p055-कूटाक्ष
कूटाक्ष [ kta‿aksha ]
- m. loaded die:
  -‿upadhi-devin, a. playing with false dice or fraud;
  -‿gra, m. n. room on the house-top; summer-house.

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{ku-a.} कूड

√kūḍ {kuu}, kūl , 'burn'. - Whit0020 


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कूड्  [ kd ] X.P.
-- kdaya - singe, scorch 

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{ku-Na.} कूण

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कूण् [kn
[knati] - contract (int.):
  pp. -ita , contracted, closed

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{ku-da.} कूद

p072c1-b04/uchg p055- कूदी
कूदी [ kd  ]
- f. fetter.

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{ku-pa.} कूप

p072c1-b05/uchg p055-कूप
कूप [ k&usharp;pa ]
- m. [ku‿ap-a], pit, hole; well:
  -ka, m. little well; -kra, m. well-digger;
  -krma, m. tortoise in a well = unsophisticated person;
  -khanana, n. digging of a well; -khnaka, m. well-digger;
  -kakra, n. water wheel; -dardura, m. frog in a well = unsophisticated person;
  -yantra, n. water-wheel.

कूपकार kūpakāra
Skt: -kra, m. well-digger - Mac072c1
Skt: कूपकार kūpakāra - m. well-digger - SpkSkt

कूपदर्दुर kūpadardura m
Skt: कूपदर्दुर - m. equals -kacchapa- - SktDic:MonierWilliams

कूपकच्छप kūpakacchapa m
Skt: कूपकच्छप - m. "a tortoise in a well", a man without experience (who has seen nothing of the world) -- SktDic:MonierWilliams

UKT 170607: Searching for Sanskrit metaphors "tortoise in a well" and "frog in a well", I came across
" KUPA MANDUKA" which also means a "narrow minded person".
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kupamanduka 170607, 200305
"Kupamanduka/ Kupamanduka-nyaya (कूपमण्डूक) is a Sanskrit language expression. Literally it means; "frog in a well". [1]

p072c1-b06/uchg p055- कूपाय
कूपाय [ kp-ya ]
- den. . become a well.


p072c1-b07/uchg p055- कूपिका
कूपिका [ kp-ik ]
- f. puddle in a dry river-bed.

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{ku-ba.} कूब

p072c1-b08/uchg p055-कूबर 

  कूबर [ k&usharp;bara ]
- m. n., &isharp;, f. (cart) pole (--, a. f. ).

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{ku-ra.} कूर

कूर kūra
Skt: कूर kūra - adj. fierce, hard hearted. n. boiled rice - SpkSkt
BPal: {ku-ra.}
- - UHS-PMD0334
  UKT from UHS: n. cooked rice for laypersons and monks.

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{kuur~} : repha

p072c1-b09/uchg p055-226
कूर्च [ krk ] = क ू र ् च --> {kuur~sa.}
- m. n. bunch of grass; n. beard; -ka, m. bunch; brush; beard; -t, f. beardedness; -la, a. bearded.
226) कूर्च (p. 55) krk

कूर्च [ krk ]
= क ू र ् च
Skt: कूर्च [ krk ] - m. n. bunch of grass; n. beard; - Mac072c2
BPal: {ku.a.} - UHS-PMD0331
  UKT from UHS - m. . kusa grass, long and sharp bladed grass, lots {sa-r:tn} drawing straws


√kūrd {kuurd}, 'leap, exult' - Whit021


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कूर्द [ krd ]
Skt: कूर्द [ krd ] - i. krda , leap. ud , leap up. pra , bound - Mac072c1
Skt: कूर्द - m. "a jump" - MWilliams:SktDic


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कूर्ट् [krda]
- m., न -na , leaping, bounding 


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कूर्प [krpa]
Skt: कूर्प [krpa] - sand --Mac072c1
Skt: कूर्पः kūrpaḥ . The part between the eye-brows - Apte:SktDic


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कूर्पर [ krpara ]
- m. elbow; sts. knee.
225) कूर्पर (p. 55) krpara elbow; sts. knee.


p072c1-b14/ p055-224 

कूर्पासक [ krpsa-ka ]
- m. jacket, bodice.
224) कूर्पासक (p. 55) krpsa-ka

p072c1-b15/ p055-252

कूर्म [ krm ]
- m. (f. ) tortoise; one of the vital airs which causes the eyes to close; -pati, m. king of the tortoises (who supports the earth).
252) कूर्म (p. 55) krm )

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{ku-la.} / {kuul} / {kuul~}

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कूल् [ kl ]
- x. p. klaya , singe (cp. kd )
See √kūḍ , kūl , 'burn'. - Whit0021


p072c1-b17/ p055-251 

कूल [ k&usharp;la ]
- n. slope, hill; bank.
251) कूल (p. 55) kuNla


p072c1-b18/ p055-250 

कूलंकष [ klam-kasha ]
- a. carrying away the bank.
250) कूलंकष (p. 55) klam-kasha


p072c1-b19/ p055-249 

कूलजात [ kla-gta ]
- pp. growing on the bank.
249) कूलजात (p. 55) kla-gta


p072c1-b20/ p055-248

कूलमुद्रुज [ klam-udruga ]
- a. undermining the bank.
248) कूलमुद्रुज (p. 55) klam-udruga


p072c1-b21/ p055-247

कूलवती [ kla-vat ]
- f. river.
247) कूलवती (p. 55) kla-vat 


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कूलिनी [kl-in ]
- f. id.


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  कूष्माण्ड [ kshmnda ]
- m. kind of demon; kind of text; n., , f. N. of the verses xx, 14-16 in the Vgasaneyi-samhit.

UKT 170322: See my note on Vgasaneyi-samhit or Esoteric text.

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UKT notes


UKT 170322:

From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samhita 170607

Samhita संहिता saṁhitā literally means "put together, joined, union" and "a methodically, rule-based combination of text or verses". [1] [2] Samhita also refers to the most ancient layer of text in the Vedas, consisting of mantras, hymns, prayers, litanies and benedictions. [3]

Parts of Vedic Samhitas constitute the oldest living part of Hindu tradition. [3]

From: The Upanishads, Part 1 (SBE01) by Max Muller (1879):
- http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/sbe01/sbe01021.htm 170608, 200305
UKT 200305: Friedrich Max Mller was a German-born philologist and Orientalist, who lived and studied in Britain for most of his life. He edited Sacred Books of the East written by various authors. The Sacred Books of the East is a monumental 50-volume set of English translations of Asian religious writings, edited by Mller and published by the Oxford University Press between 1879 and 1910. It incorporates the essential sacred texts of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, and Islam." - Google search

" V. The Vgasaneyi-samhit : THE Vgasaneyi-samhit-upanishad, commonly called from its beginning, s or svsya, forms the fortieth and concluding chapter of the Samhit of the White Yagur-veda. If the Samhits are presupposed by the Brhmanas, at least in that form in which we possess them, then this Upanishad, being the only one that forms part of a Samhit, might claim a very early age. [UKT ]

The Samhit of the White Yagur-veda, however, is acknowledged to be of modern origin, as compared with the Samhit of the Black Yagur-veda, and it would not be safe therefore to ascribe to this Upanishad a much higher antiquity than to those which have found a place in the older Brhmanas and ranyakas. ..."

UKT 170322: I understand the White Yagur-veda to be the Upper of Right-Hand Path {a.htak-lm: pi~a} of the Waizzars {waiz~za}, and the Black Yagur-veda to be the Lower or Left-Hand Path {auk-lm: pi~a} or Mhau {mhau} of the Ka'ws {ka.w} of Myanmarpr. Both Path dabble in Tantra-Mantra-Yantra which may be grouped as In { n:}.
See: Folk Elements in Buddhism by Maung (Dr.) Htin Aung -- flk-ele-indx.htm (link chk 190119)
and go to Chapter 05. Cult of Magus & Runes - ch05-magus.htm (link chk 190119)

You'll be surprised to find similarities between pre-Christian Irish beliefs and the Burmese.

Go back Vgasaneyi-samhit-note-b

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