Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Entertainment - antar-tRpt-A-mant - ananta-tRpt-A-mant

entertainment - en-ter-teyn-muhnt

1. the act of entertaining; agreeable occupation for the mind; diversion; amusement: Solving the daily crossword puzzle is an entertainment for many.
2. something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement, esp. a performance of some kind: The highlight of the ball was an elaborate entertainment.
3. hospitable provision for the needs and wants of guests.
4. a divertingly adventurous, comic, or picaresque novel.
5. Obsolete. maintenance in service.

1525–35; entertain + -ment

antar - within, something between

tRp - to be satiated, to be pleased, to relish - is verb root

tRp-t - makes it Active Present Participle. It could have been Passive Past Participle but an "i" would have shown up before 't', and it would make it as "tarpit", which means "satisfied".

tRp-t-mant - makes it Passive Present Participle. Singular is "tRp-t-mAn". One who gets satisifed (passively).

tRp-t-Atman - Satisifed Soul

So we have four choices:

antar-tRpt-mant - One who gets satisfied inside (passively)

antar-tRpt-Atman - Soul who gets satisfied inside (passively)

ananta-tRpt-mant - One who gets satisfied in un ending way (passively)

ananta-tRpt-Atman - Soul who gets satisfied in un ending way (passively)