Saturday, August 30, 2008

Adiabatic - Adiya-bha-at-ic

Adiabatic means where no energy can pass or transfer.

Da - means to give (we can also say "d" as "a" in English and Hindi is built in sound but in Sanskrit iy is a seperate sound from consonants).

D-i-ya - some that can be given

A-D-i-ya - some thing that can not be given

Bha - To Radiate, To Shine, To Pass, To Appear

Bha-at - Something that has Appeared, Radiated, Shone, Passed.

Bha-at-ic - Adjective - like "ness".

a-da-i-ya-bha-at-ic - some thing has the propery of not passing, radiating, shining, or appearing (from no where).

So to show up, one needs to have a transfer of radiation, passing of energy, and to shine, one needs to radiate as well as pass the energy.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Dexterous - dakSat-ar-us


Dexterous - Able, Competent




dakS - The English "x" is an approximation sound for Sanskrit Compound Sibilant, "kS", where "S" is a Cerebral or Palatal Sibilant. It means "to act to satisfaction" or "to act quickly" (which one can do when one is competent).

To make it a Present Active Participle, it becomes "dskSat", which is a Action Noun. Agent Noun is "dakSatR". And the Genetive (Possesice case), and Ablative Case (from, to) becomes "dakSatra-uh" or "dakSatra-us". So a "competent man"'s work would be called "dakStra-us", which is a "competent" or "able work".

Friday, August 15, 2008

Shaman, Semi, Same - Samant, Sama, Sama, Soma

English Words

Shaman - Native Americans, Indians, Australian Abrogines, Africans, Easter Island, had this priest class. They have connection with the "world beyond" or beyond the 3 + 1 Dimensions of Space and Time.

Sami - Half

Same - Same

Sanskrit Words

Samanta - neighboring, abutting, being on all sides, bordering, limiting, contiguous all, entire, whole, universal, being on every side, adjacent, neighbor, adjacent owner. The root is "Sa" which is for "is" or "are", and "Sa-Mant" makes it a strong generic for someone who makes it happen. So the one in "neighbor, abutting, universal, whole, adjacent" space makes it happen. The word is also used in Rik Vedas for one type of Priests.

SemA - Same as "Semi" - 6 months mentioned in Arth Veda.

Sama - same, equal.

Soma - "Hallucination" Plant Juice so called used in the Vedic Ages, and also used by Shamans.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Grab, Gravity - grabh-iti , grabhI-tri, Grabh

Grabh - To Seize, same as English Grab. The word is used in the most ancient books of the Word Knowledge, called Vedas, in Rig Veda.

Grabh-i-t - Passive Past Participle, and makes it an Action Noun

Grabh-ant - Strong form of Active Present Participle Root, and makes it an Action Noun

Grabh-a-t - Weak form of Active Present Participle Root, and makes it an Action Noun

Grabh-a-tR - Root for Agent Noun, Present Participle.

Grabh-ta-a or GrabhtA - Male Singular Agent Noun "First Case indicating Subject Case".

Grabh-t-R-I -> Grabh-i-tI - Feminine Singular Agent Noun. For Ancient Earth was mother Earth and anything associated with it was a Feminine. There is one rule in Conjugation of Verbs, where "R" sound becomes "ir", and then one needs to add "I" sound for making it a Feminine.

Grabh-a-iti - Add 'a' for converting Verb to Noun - as one of the tules, and 'iti' is for 'thus', and together it makes it a compound. That which has grabbed - thus.