Thursday, February 26, 2009

Verse, Versor, Ad-Verse, Tra-verse, Trans-verse, Con-Verse, In-Verse, Vers(e)-ion, Reverse - vR(i), vR(i)S, varS(h)a, varS(h)

There was one Global Power of the Ancients, one large family called "aryan", "well behaved", "cultured", or "respectable ones".

They were also "arya-vartaas" or "arya-vartaaH", meanig "the nation of people who choose ethical, moral and cultured values". To this belongs all Indo European branches, and perhaps for racial and colonia biases, many other Asian and African nations may have been left behind, because of lack of understanding - even though they show signs of many cultural and linguistic interactions.

vR - One meaning is "to grant", "to choose", "to pick", "to make a choice", "to solicit", "to request".

So we can see as a verb, it is both conveying the "Active" and "Passive" Principle, and in Sanskrit this is called "Parsam-Pade" and "Atman-Pade" Termination Groups, which indicate to whom the benefit of the action goes. There is used to be one more, called "Ubhaya-Pade", whose benefit goes to the "Subject" as well as the "Object". To make a Passive Root, one has to take the "root" from "Aatman-Pade", and add "y", and follow the terminations of Verb Tenses of "Aatman-Pade" group.

This is why one a bride chooses a bridegroom, (which was as ancient as you can think but hard to believe), she will choose the best bridgegroom, and he would be called "var", which means the "chosen one", or "the best"!

vR - The second meaning is "to cover", "to hide", "to ward off", "to hold", "to seal", "to exclude", "to forbid", "to prevent", "to close", "to ward off", etc.

So, basically the meanings are complementary, like "my gain" is "your loss", or "me granting someone" is "me denying someone".

vR(i)S - To Rain, and to Cloud (which is what happens when it rains)

varSa - Rain - "R(i)" got promoted to "ar" , next grade Guna sound. It also means "cycle", "year", "period", etc.

Now coming to English words:

1. Verse - a couple, a cycle of lines.

2. Con-verse - Con is "kauN", which is a sharp corner (note the sound "corn" having the similiarity), where the choice or cycle made turns around. That is what a conversation means, a two directional reflected verse-ing!

3. Versor - varSR - That makes Action Noun into Agent Noun as a Root, and Singular is varSara (assuming their is no "a" sound built into "r") and strong based for other modifications would be "varSar" (assuming their is no "a" sound built into "r"). That something that "makes a choice of turn". The "agent" that make a choice or turns between two directions or choices.

4. Ad-Verse - "ad" means "to eat" (notice how close they are in sound), and something that "eats your choice made" must be "ad-verse"!

5. Tra-Verse - "tR" means "to move", "to cross", and here the word means "to make a choice to cross or move".

6. Tra-NS-Verse - There is a rule, where sometimes two joining sounds of the same class are seperated by a nasalized version of sound, like "Chandr-Vasii", becoming "Chandr-NS-Vasi" - but I need to dig more - so how would one make a chouce to "Tra-Verse", is "to make a right angle turn", or turn away from the direction one is moving, make a transverse move!

7. Version - vaRS(h)-i-yaan - That has the attribute to show the "change" made out of choices made!

8. Inverse - inv-vRSa - "inv" means to retract, drive-away, remove or withdraw in Sanskrit. but is a verb. If you add "a" to make a noun, it becomes "inva" or "inv" if you assume "v" has a built in "a" sound.

9. Reverse - Ri-verse - "R(i)" is a root for "movement", or "re-peat-i-tion". It is also used to stress "re-iteration" or "stammering". It also means "re-collec-tion"!

Cool? This is the loosing science of Human Expresion of Thoughts, like the Science of Chemistry Formulas, one is loosing.

Do we need to preseve it? If yes, then please share this blog, and write to me, so that we can make an universal petition plea so that the modern education system makes a note of this aspect.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Cornea - kaRNia

Cornea - That is where the light passes into the eye lens and then to the Retina.

kaRNia - That is made of Sun (Rays), Gold (Rays), and Orange Fire or Saforn Color. Or that perceives Light.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Niyomi, Gaiyomi - ni-ya-om--i-ii, gaa-i-ya-om-i or gNa-i-ya-om-i

ni-ya-om-i-ii - Lady "In Undertaking that someone which is the God Principle"

gaa-i-ya-om-i - Man "In Escatasical Song that someone which is the God Principle"

gNa-i-ya-om-i - Man "In Knowledge of that someone which is the God Principle"

The above names are common to Persians, Afganistaan, and many people settled all over the globe.

One of Palo Alto Medical Group Doctors name is Gayaomi and when I told his name means what it means as per the above parsing, he was impressed and said yes his name in Persian means the same, which is not surprising as they are the two major branches of the Indo European Languages.

An-ik-aa - Feminine for that person who can not be destroyed (then it means it can only destroy others, a slayer of Enemies, an epithet of Durga or Kaali). Other meaning is something that can not be compared.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

George, Georgia, Caspian - gaargi, gagia, gaargia, kshyap

Vedic literatures talks about two Preceptors who stocked the Genealogy Tree of some families. One was Rishi Gargi and another was Rishi Kshyap.

It just shows that the Indians, the Indo Europeans, and the neo Colonist forgot about their connection with the lands of their ancestors left behind. Even in one generation, I see this happening among brothers children, and between countries like India and Pakistan, North and South Korea, East and West Germany, and so on.

Caspian Sea and Georgia have close connection with the Indo European Aryans.

Despite a Father passing his genes, and still all sub branches of future generations never look the same. Then with advent of time, space, climate changes, environmental, social-economic and political climate, what happens is that people looks change.

Have you wondered why you can always spot Russian Men and Eastern European Women so easily? Those who grew up in the Cold War era, would remember Germans from East Germany Country looked different than their Western Germany counter part, because of the malnutrition and stress of living in an Eastern Block Communist controlled Soviet Union, which was a failed experiment in Communism.

For the same reasons, you may see Indians not looking typical Blue Eyed Aryans (but you will stil see likes of them among South and North Indians, including Kashmiris, and people such as Aishwarya Rai - a beauty I call divine and worth keeping next to the Gods in a Temple, as who else could have crafted such a divine face), but they are as much Aryans as Germans claimed to be. It is the myopia of the uneducated, unaware and non spiritualists, who are aught in the daily grind of the divisions and survival, perhaps for domination for some false and ego nonsensical reasons.

Semendyayev - samant-dayaa-dev or saman-daya-dev

It just shows that one stock of race ruled the land and got divided. This I think started after the Mahabharat War, 3100 BC and went on over time.

Sir - sR(i)

Sir - A respectable addressing, perhaps indicating a socio-economic and perhaps someone who has been honored for his or achievement in field of Science, Mathematics, Arts and Literature.

sR(i) - Something that has "slithered" all over the space and time, an associated with God, in terms of opulence of wealth, beauty, power and intelligence. There is one rule which says "Ri" becomes "ir", before adding "a", and the constant "r" is assumed to not have the built in "a' soumd. In Sanskrit and Hindi, this is a respectable addressing too and an epithet for God.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

interdict - iint-tar-dik-t

interdict - Prohibition

iint- Root for "to interject", without "a", and with "a" it becomes an Action Noun. Here we write "t" assuming to be having "a" sound build in.

ii or i - it also means "to see", "to observe". "to preceive", "to move" (this is what I recall).

ii-nt - then becomes Present Participle Active Strong "suffix" end.

tR - Suffix to make it an Agent Noun Generic Root. It becomes "tar".

tar - Suffix to make a Comparitive Adjective, Pronoun or Noun.

dik(S) - Root meaning "to see", "to observe". Next grade sound is "dek(S)", and adding Present Participle becomes "dek(S)t" and adding Passive Present Participle, it becomes "dik(S)it" (you do not add the next grade sound), and one does not mix "S", Cererberal "s", and other Dental and Palatals "s's", with "t" (this is a very common rule in Sanskrit, like the rule "k" always liking the "s'es").

So the word " iint-tar-dik-t" becomes "an Action Agent Noun (Instrument) to oversee control or binding".

Or the world " ii-nt-tar-dik-t" also means "a better binding of control", which is same as before and close in meaning.

One can also use "ii-nt-tar-tar-dik-t", but because of repeating "tr" sound, one can be dropped.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

desiderata, desiderivative - dhaa-iSi-dhaara-t, dhaa-iSi-dhaar-at-iive

desiderata - dhaa-iSi-dhaar-at

Many people have clearly speaking "d" and "dh", and often confuse the sounds, in speaking as well as in listening. This is about the difference sounds with Aspiration and Unaspiration, besides their Hard and Soft Variants, like "ta, th, da, dha" series. So one also hear and speak "t" as "d", assuming they do not have "a" sound.

dha - "to hold on to", "bestowing", "granting", "having", "placing". We assume "a" is not built into "h".
dha-a - to make verb into noun or to get next grade vowel "a".

iSi - to wish, to desire. "a" and "i" make it "e", and "aa" and "i" make it "ae". So look like "a" is assumed to be built in, or there is no extra "a", and that is why it is called the most confusing sound in the languages.

dhaara - "thread of thought". So "dhaaraN", "to hold on to", and "dhaaraNaa". "thinking pattern" are connected and are Active Present Participles, the prior being Singular, and the other being the Generic. "dharaat" makes it the weak root compared to "dhaaraN", or a Past Participle, but it should have joining "i" , usually.

"dhaa-iSi-dhaara-t" - means "the thread of thought to hold onto something, to be granted or to be bestowed". This is what the word means.


Here "ive" is like the suffix for "like" or "as if". So the meaning is "the thread of thought to hold on to be granted, bestowed or granted as if (it is going to happen)". This is what it means in Grammer.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Canada - kanan-daa

Background Posting:

In Quest of Common Ancient Civilization

Canada - kanan-daa - The country that gives Gold! Is it not true? Canada has a huge Gold Reserve still!! "kanan" means "Gold" and its usage has been seen in other places around the planet. Check for the word "kana" or "canan" in the Background Posting.

Ignominious, Propinquity - iNg-naaman-iiyas, pra-paaN-kit-ya

Ignominious - iNg-naaman-iiyas

I got this while watching the movie "Jodha Bai Akbar", and explained the scene when the "Sadar Maulvi" (the old beared man who is the religious counselller), is discharged from the court duties and told to proceed to Mecca and Madina and retire. That discharge I told kids was an "ignominious discharge" to the old man!

iNg - To mark or make an impression. One adds "a" to make a noun, and with English assuming consonants with built in "a', it is same as "ink". See my previous posting.

naaman - General root for the word "name"

iiyas - comparative suffix like English "er" (and the other is "tar"),

So it means, "someone whose name has been marked with lesser impression of ink", or "who name (and face) has been marked black".

Propinquity - pra-paaN-kit-ya


pra - far across

paaN - obtaining. The root is "paa" to obtain, and to make it Singular Active Present Participle, it becomes "paan" but is being preceeded by big "aa", so it becomes "paaN", where "N" is a Cereberal Nasal.

kit - suffix for making adjective, or "one" having the preceeding word as "ness", and the word also means "that (the one)".

ya - suffix for adjective. It is common to use compond prefix and suffixes to modify the meaning, barring the Declension Suffixes for Adjective, Noun and Pronoun, and Conjugation Suffixes for Verb.

"One that was far away has become obtainable", as an attribute.

So if someone obtains that kind of object, it should be "praa-pra-paaN-kit-ya", assuming English "y" not having "a" sound.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Land, London, England, Netherland(s), Holland - laND, laND, iNg-laND, nidra-laND, hal-laND

land - laND - where "N" and "D" are cerebral sound for Nasal "n" and "d". It means as a verb "to throw or toss around", and to convert to a noun, one would just add "a". But English assumes a built in vowel sound "a" like Hindi but not like Sanskrit. It is the most confusing sound. It also means "excrement", so what would you call a piece of land thrown around with piece of shit? Land! So is it not assuming that in the old days, since Farming was ad vented, and toilet still not a common thing, people would go to the fields, in Farms if there was a sense of some modesty, or else, to go to an open field and do the early morning job (or what ever time it suited you but early morning had its advantages as everyone was caught doing the same business)!

London - laNDaan - laNDan - one is the general root for Active Present Participle of converting Verb to Noun/Adjective/Verbal (acting noun/adjective like verb), and the other is "plural objective" form of the noun "laND". As we must know, the most of the Northen Europe was really civilized late in comparison to the old Ancient World, so this is not a far fetched word to describe a piece of real-estate where they accumulated "Animal Shit" to make "Cow Dungs", which was a common practice to use it as fuel. Or just a city reclaimed from a wasted land, or shit littered land. Sorry for the sense of the graphical descriptions but here I am trying to emphasis on the derivation context of the word. The French word for the city comes close to this analysis!

England - iNg-laND - Here "Ng" is Guttaral Nasal which is approximated as "Ng" in English, and sounds like "Ng" in the word "aNger". It also become "iNk", where "k" is a Guttaral "k", and means the same as the English "Ink". As a verb, it means "to make a mark or spot", and as a noun it is the "agent noun". So a spot of dirt land, or waste land, compared to the continent Europe, is "iNg-laND", or England.

Nether land(s) - nidra-laND - Land were they sleep, ot the land sleeps, because it has 6 months of winter!

Holland - hal-land - place where they have "invented", or "ploughed" the land. This is the place where they have WindMills and Dykes to prevent the ocean coming in-land (if I recall correctly). In Vedic literature, there is a mention of some people and country by the name "Hala".

The word "laND" is also a vulgur word in modern Hindi but many words have become derogative, like the word "Chute", and the English word has the connection with the Sanskrit word "chut", 'to impel", "to glide", but some vulgar minded always make words more popular because of the correct but negative meanings based on our cultural trainings.

The word took me some months of off and on thinking, but then the rest came very easily.