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{zi} जी
{zi-wa.} जीव
{zi-wa.ta.} जीवत
{zi-wa.na.} जीवन
{zi-wa.Ba.} जीवभ
{zi-wa.la.} जीवल
{zu.} जु
{zRi.} जृ
{} जे
{zè:} जै
{zau:} जो

UKT notes
Jaimini - Can mean Astrology, Philosophy (ca 3rd century BC), Rishi .

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{zi} जी
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• जी (jii)
Skt: जी (jii) - to live - OnlineSktDict

• जीर्ण (jiirNa)
= ज ी र ् ण
Skt: जीर्ण (jiirNa) - very old, dilapidated, torn - OnlineSktDict
Skt: जीर्ण  jīrṇa  adj. ppp - decayed - SpkSkt
Pal: jiṇṇa  ppp. (√jīr) old, aged, decayed - UPMT-PED098
Pal: {zaiN~Na.} - UHS-PMD0415

• जीर्णानि (jiirNaani)
Skt: जीर्णानि (jiirNaani) - old and useless - OnlineSktDict

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{zi-wa.} जीव
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• जीव् (jiiv.h)
Skt: जीव् (jiiv.h) - to live  - OnlineSktDict

• जीव (jiiva)
Skt: जीव (jiiva) - life - OnlineSktDict
Pal: jīva  adj. (√jīv) living; mn. a being, creature, life - UPMT-PED098
Pal: {zi-wa.} - UHS-PMD0416

• जीवलोक (jiivaloka)
Skt: जीवलोक (jiivaloka) - the mortal world  - OnlineSktDict

• जीवः (jiivaH)
Skt: जीवः (jiivaH) - life - OnlineSktDict

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{zi-wa.ta.} जीवत
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• जीवति jīvati 
Skt: जीवति (jiivati) - while living (without earning) - OnlineSktDict
Pal: jīvati  v. (√jīv) to live, subsist - UPMT-PED098
Pal: {zi-wa.ti.} - UHS-PMD0416

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{zi-wa.na.} जीवन
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• जीवन jīvana 
Skt: जीवन (jiivana) - life - OnlineSktDict
Pal: jīvana  m. (√jīv) a son; f. the orchid flower; n. life, subsistence - UPMT-PED098
Pal: {zi-wa.na.} - UHS-PMD0416

• जीवनं (jiivanaM)
Skt: जीवनं (jiivanaM) - life - OnlineSktDict

• जीवन्मुक्तिः (jiivanmuktiH)
Skt: जीवन्मुक्तिः (jiivanmuktiH) - salvation + freedom from bondage of birth  - OnlineSktDict

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{zi-wa.Ba.} जीवभ
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• जीवभूतः (jiivabhuutaH)
Skt: जीवभूतः (jiivabhuutaH) - the conditioned living entity - OnlineSktDict

• जीवमान (jiivamaana)
Skt: जीवमान (jiivamaana)  - one who lives - OnlineSktDict

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{zi-wa.la.} जीवल
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• जीवलोके (jiivaloke)
Skt: जीवलोके (jiivaloke) - in the world of conditional life - OnlineSktDict

• जीवशास्त्रं (jiivashaastraM)
Skt: जीवशास्त्रं (jiivashaastraM) - (n) biology - OnlineSktDict

• जीवस्य (jiivasya)
Skt: जीवस्य (jiivasya) - (masc.poss.S) of life - OnlineSktDict

• जीवात्मन् (jiivaatman.h)
Skt: जीवात्मन् (jiivaatman.h)  - Also spelt jeevatman. Is the soul within the human sphere - OnlineSktDict

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• जीवात्मा (jiivaatmaa)
Skt: जीवात्मा (jiivaatmaa) - the individual soul - OnlineSktDict

• जीवित (jiivita)
Skt: जीवित (jiivita) - life - OnlineSktDict
Pal: jīvita  n. (√jīv) life - UPMT-PED098
Pal: {zi-wi.ta.} - UHS-PMD0417

• जीवतेन (jiivitena)
Skt: जीवतेन (jiivitena)  -living - OnlineSktDict

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• जीवेमः (jiivemaH)
Skt: जीवेमः (jiivemaH) - may we live  - OnlineSktDict

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{zu.} जु
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• जुष्टं (jushhTaM)
Skt: जुष्टं (jushhTaM) - practiced by  - OnlineSktDict

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• जुहोसि (juhosi)
Skt: जुहोसि (juhosi) - you offer - OnlineSktDict

• जुह्वति (juhvati)
Skt: जुह्वति (juhvati)  - offer - OnlineSktDict

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{zRi.} जृ
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• जृम्भते (jRimbhate)
Skt: जृम्भते (jRimbhate) - to yawn - OnlineSktDict

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{} जे
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• जेतासि (jetaasi)
Skt: जेतासि (jetaasi) - you will conquer - OnlineSktDict

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{zè:} जै
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• जैमिनी (jaiminii)
Skt: जैमिनी (jaiminii) - Maharishi Jaimini a sage who wrote an elucidation of sections of Maharishi Parashara's work. This become the basis for another system of Astrology in India - OnlineSktDict

See my note on Jaimini - Can mean Astrology, Philosophy (ca 3rd century BC), Rishi

 

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{zau:} जो
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• जोषयेत् (joshhayet.h)
Skt: जोषयेत् (joshhayet.h) - he should dovetail - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes

Jaimini - rishi

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaimini 100704

Jaimini was an ancient rishi (sage), who was a great philosopher of the Mimansa school of Indian philosophy.  He was the disciple of the great Rishi Veda Vyasa, the son of Rishi Parashara.

UKT: See Mimansa मीमांसा {mi-maän-þa} 'investigation' - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mimansa 110824

Important works of Jaimini

Purva Mimamsa Sutras : Karma-mimansa 'study of Ritual Action'

Jaimini is most known for his great treatise Purva Mimamsa Sutras (“First Reflection”), or Karma-mimamsa (“Study of [Ritual] Action”), a system that investigates the nature of Vedic injunctions. The text founded the Purva-Mimamsa school of Ancient Indian philosophy, one of the six Darsanas or schools of Ancient Indian philosophy.

Dated to ca. the 3rd century BC, the text contains about 3,000 sutras and is the foundational text of the Mimamsa school. The text aims at an exegesis of the Vedas with regard to ritual practice (karma) and religious duty (dharma), commenting on the early Upanishads. Jaimini's Mimamsa is a ritualist counter-movement to the mysticist Vedanta currents of his day. He was commented upon by Śābara in the early centuries CE. [1]

Jaimini Bharata

He is also considered the author of epic work, Jaimini Bharata, which presents a version of Mahabharata, which most known for its Aswamedha parva. [2]

Jaimini Sutras

The Jaimini sutras, or Upadesha Sutras, is a classic work, rated as next only to the Brihat Parashara Hora Sashtra, to which he gave an extended commentary, thus giving birth to "Jaimini system of astrology". [3]

 

Other mentions

Samaveda

When Rishi Veda Vyasa divided ancient vedic hymns into four parts based on their use in the sacrificial rites, and taught them to his four chief disciples – Paila, Vaisampayana, Jaimini and Sumantu, Samaveda was transmitted to rishi Jaimini.

"He divided the Veda into four, namely Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva. The histories and the Puranas are said to be the fifth Veda." - Brahmanda Purana 1.4.21

 

Markandeya Purana

One of the major puranas, the Markandeya Purana, is presented as a dialogue between sage Jaimini and Markandeya. [4]

UKT: End of Wikipedia article.

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Jaimini Astrology

From: http://astrobychari.tripod.com/jaimini.html 110824

Jaimini astrology propounded by sage Jaimini, a contemporary of sage Parasara, has a unique system of prognostication though the results are synonymous with that of the system propounded by sage Parasara.

Jaimini says 'siddam anyat'- vivid readers can follow others views while predicting.

This system is based on the principle that a planet which has attained highest longitude in any sign has got the potential of turning the native according to the characteristics of that particular 'graha' - planets.

The sign which has conjunction of planets is more stronger than other signs not having planets or lesser number of planets. A movable sign is to be considered stronger for some events and weaker in regard to certain other events. e.g. Movable signs provide long life while for a particular Dasa system it is considered weak.

The special features are the seven karakas represented by the seven planets, the aspects of the 'signs', the dasas of zodiacal signs, application of different Dasa system for different events in life, results of combinations of karakas (yogas of karakas), unique but improvised system of calculating strength of planets. The entire treatise is by way of simple aphorisms and difficult to comprehend. The timing of events through Jaimini system is more accurate. Jaimini Astrology can be learnt and applied only by those who have a background of Parasara's astrology. Thus it requires a thorough understanding of the principles of the Science of Astrology.

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