Thursday, July 31, 2008

sommelier - Soma-Mela + ir



noun: A wine steward in a restaurant.

From French sommelier, from somm(er)ier (one charged with transporting supplies), from somier (beast of burden), from somme (burden). From driving a pack animal to drafting wine lists, a sommelier has come a long way. A sommelier is to wine as a cicerone is to beer, though the latter has recently been introduced and is not widespread.

Sanskritized Word - Soma-Mela-Ri - Soma - Mela - ir - Soma-Melayr.

Soma - Soma - Wine, Moon (you drink the nectar of shower of Moon's light in the full moon of a romantic tango between you and your lover), famous 'soma' juice mentioned in Vedas.

Mela - The root is "Mil", to meet, and "Mela" becomes the "place to meet", or the "action noun" where the Action Noun takes place. The Agent Noun will be adding Cerebral sound "R", and it becomes as root for Agent Noun, "MelR", and some rules allow "R" to become "ir".

So the word means "One who mixes wine!".

Weird coincidence is that the Chairman of India's BlueFisher is Vijay Mallya and he is into the same business! The last name Mallya is of Konkanasth Brahmins from Kerla.

Another starange connection is "Malaviya" surname of Brahmins from North India, like that of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya .

Friday, July 25, 2008


Oxymoron - Contradictory words combined to make words that mean nothing.

Oxymoron - AKSya + maRaN

aKSya - that can not be destroyed, Space, which is Eternal. 'aKS' means 'Eyes' (in fact the corruption is "axs" -> "ayes" -> "eyes". That what is to be seen with "akS" is Space, or the Eternal, a Potential Participle. "aKS" as verb means, to pervade, to penetrate, to reach, to embrace, to pass through.

MaRaN - Root is 'mR' which is to "die", and the next grade sound is "maR" and "aN" is to make it into Active Present Participle. That which dies.

So 'AKSya + maRaN' means "that is Eternal and yet Dies" - which is nothing but a "Oxymoron".

Radovan - Rudra-Vaan, Rudh-Vaan, Rud-Vaan

Now a days Radovan Karadzic is in the news.

The hint comes from the ending "van", which "vaan", which is Active Past Participle Suffix.

Rudra - to cry, to weep, to howl ( as verb and praise worthy as noun, which we can rule out).

Ruda - same as Rudra

Rudh - to sprout, to shoot, to grow, to avert, to besiege, to asunder, to tear, to torment, to opress.

Ruh - to ascend, to climb, to ascend, etc.

So someone who did make others cry, opress, or who climbed, averted, besieged, etc. Basically a warrior class attribute.

Karadzic - Kara means doer like Bhas-kar. Not sure how "dzic" comes but it could be "daZik", which means "ten times", or "Ten Times Doer", a honoring epithet. Or "DaaZik" which means "Slave-ic", which means someone who "make slaves". Someone should research his family history and see if the meanings come close.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

parapraxis - pra + aKShi + ah (S), Proxy - Pra + aaKSh + ya

parapraxis - Freudian slip in speech or writing, revealing subconscious or unconscious intent.

para - pra + aKShi + ah (S)

para - beyond this "side" or "realm"

pra - self forth

aKShi - revealing, here "x" is indicative of "KS" sound of KShatri, and no other language I know has this compound 'Sibliant' sound to my knowledge, and where ever "x" sound comes across in English think of the "KS" sound.

ah - S, which is unspoken hard Visarga sound, and for Guttural and Labial, besides Cerebral, preceding letters, it becomes Cerebral Sibilant sound.

Like in the word "Proxy", it is "Pra + aaKSh + ya", which means "self forth + seen + that is", which is what "Proxy" means, but "a" sound has become "o" here in the corruption.

This is one proof the the Greek sound "X" is a borrowed sound from Sanskrit "KS" and it is seen in all warrior surnames, like "Cossacks", "Kassites", etc.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Calculus - Kal-Kul-uh or Kal-Kul-us

Calculus - Mathematics which follows the "movement of changes" between variables.

kal - movement, to go after, to count,

kul - adjective suffix, like "vi-aa - ay -kul", worried as "vi" - is to undertake, "aa" is towards, "ay" is indicative of movement here, and "ku" is the suffix for adjective, which means "something that makes follow towards (something)" - which is when someone is worried. It also means to proceed continuously as well as count.

uh - suffix for generic root.

which means "something that counts movements", which is what "Calculus" is about, and see the postings Did Newton Lie" and Newton Stone .

Monday, July 14, 2008

Onomatopoeia - Aa-Naam-aat-a-up-paay-iya

Aa- Prefix for Towards

Naam- Name

aat - prefix for Ablative, e.g. sense of "from"

a - "a" and "aa" are ambiguous sounds in many languages and do not have 3 grades like other vowels, so 'Ram' in Sanskrit becomes 'Rama' in English, but in Sanskrit 'Ramaa' is Feminine version of Ram, like 'Krishn' becomes 'Kirshna' but 'Krishnaa' is Feminine of 'Krishn'. My children even today, after years of training in Hindi and Sanskrit, still have tendency to pronounce "aa" sound as "a" or "o" and when "a" sound is built into the consonants, like English, add an additional 'a', which makes it 'aa' sound.

'up' - prefix for 'away' - towards an object.

'paay' - obtainable - from root 'paa', and when someone adds "aaya" it can becomes "Potential Participle", something that should happen or be done, and this can also come as "Gerun", something indicates a sense of being completed, but it falls more in the category of "Preposition" or "Adverb", indicating "before-ness" or "a manner of verb occurance", and for verbs with prefix usage, "aay".

'iya' - ending for making an 'adjective' with 'ness' in mind - indicating an attribute possession. The 'a' comes because of "ambiguity of 'a' sound.

So the meaning is "A name which goes away or comes from the object, as a means towards obtaining the object-ness".

Basically a name that itself describes the object and comes from the object itself! A paradox, but here the paradoxical object is nothing but a natural sound one finds in the nature.

"Upaaya" in Sanskrit means "Method" with the same context.

like a scooter in Hindi is called "Phat-Phati" because it makes that sound of "Phat-Phat".

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Caren, Karen - Kiran, KaraN, CharaN, Sharan

This shows how the richness of sounds is lost in transliteration of an ancient language to modern a language. Soon we will loose this knowledge, and the window to peek into the world of the ancients.

KiraN in Sanskrit and Hindi means "Ray of Light"

KaraN means Sun or Gold.

CharaN means feet, slave, servant.

SharaN means shelter.

"K" and "C" are interchangable, and "i" and "e" is also like wise. For many people the sounds of "a" and "e" sound the same. "Sh" becomes "Ch", which becomes "C" and then "K.

If these two names are just a co-incidence, then we should hear some animal make a sound like one them! For the same reasons, common vowels, like "a", "e", "i", "o" and "u" sound variations are found in most languages, if not all. And if they are just a random co-incidence, then we must observe animal kingdone making these sounds. They do communicate among themselves and it is just that their do it in their own vocal way - just the way we do. And yes, they count as well, but not the way we think counting should be done! How else a mother in all kingdom shows the same emoting actions on all its cubs, chicks, or babies, and if one is missing, immediately knows what has gone on!