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{shi.} {hyi.} {rhi.} शि
{shi} {hyi} {rhi} शी

 

UKT notes
Sikhandi : sex change

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शिखण्डी (shikhaNDii) .
Skt: शिखण्डी (shikhaNDii) - Sikhandi - OnlineSktDict

See my notes on Shikhandi शिखंडी, Śikhaṇḍī  : sex change

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शिखर (shikhara)
Skt: शिखर (shikhara) - tip, peak - OnlineSktDict

शिखरम् (shikharam.h)
Skt: शिखरम् (shikharam.h) - (n) summit, mountain top - OnlineSktDict

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शिखरिणां (shikhariNaaM)
Skt: शिखरिणां (shikhariNaaM) - of all mountains - OnlineSktDict

शिखिं (shikhi.n)
Skt: शिखिं (shikhi.n) - peacock - OnlineSktDict

शिरः (shiraH)
Skt: शिरः (shiraH) - head - OnlineSktDict

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शिरस् (shiras.h)
Skt: शिरस् (shiras.h) - head - OnlineSktDict
Skt: शिरस्् - [sr-as ] n. head; summit, peak, top; front, van (of an army); head, chief, first; - Mac p. 313
Pal: sisa - n. lead, head, point, ear (of crops) - UPMT-PED239
Pal: sīsa 2. - (nt) [Vedic śīrṣa : see under sira ] 1. the head of the body - PTS713

शिरसा (shirasaa)
Skt: शिरसा (shirasaa) - with the head - OnlineSktDict

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शिरस्त्राण (shirastraaNa)
Skt: शिरस्त्राण (shirastraaNa) - (m) helmet - OnlineSktDict

शिरि śiri
Skt: शिरि śiri - m. arrow, sword, shuttle, killer, murderer, locust - SpkSkt

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शिरीष (shiriishha)
Skt: शिरीष (shiriishha) - name of a flower - OnlineSktDict

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शिरोवेदना (shirovedanaa)
Skt: शिरोवेदना (shirovedanaa) - (f) headache - OnlineSktDict

शिर्ष (shirshha)
Skt: शिर्ष (shirshha) - the head - OnlineSktDict

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शिर्षासन (shirshhaasana)
Skt: शिर्षासन (shirshhaasana) - the head-stand posture - OnlineSktDict

शिर्सङ्गुष्ठासन (shirsa.ngushhThaasana)
Skt: शिर्सङ्गुष्ठासन (shirsa.ngushhThaasana) - the deep lunge posture - OnlineSktDict

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शिला (shilaa)
Skt: शिला (shilaa) - (fem) stone - OnlineSktDict
Pal: silā, f. a stone, rock, quartz - UPMT-PED239
Pal: {i.la} - - UHS-PMD1038

शिल्पिन् (shilpin.h)
Skt: शिल्पिन् (shilpin.h) - sculptor - OnlineSktDict

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शिल्पी (shilpii)
Skt: शिल्पी (shilpii) - (m) sculptor - OnlineSktDict

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शिव (shiva)
Skt: शिव (shiva) - the destroyer - OnlineSktDict

शिवसुताय (shivasutaaya)
Skt: शिवसुताय (shivasutaaya) - to the son of 'shiva' - OnlineSktDict

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शिशिर (shishira)
Skt: शिशिर (shishira) - frosty season - OnlineSktDict
Skt: शिशिर  [s-si-ra ] a. [&root; sy] first spring, cold season
  (one of the six seasons [Jan20-Mar20 - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ritu_Indian_season 110420],
  comprising the months Mgha {ta.po.tw:} and Phlguna {ta.paung:}; V., C.);
  cold, frost (C.); coolness (C.); a. (C.) cool, cold: - Mac p. 313
Pal: sisira - adj. cool, cold; m. the cold season - UPMT-PED239
Pal: {i.i.ra.} -   - UHS-PMD1039

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शिष्टत्व (shishhTatva)
Skt: शिष्टत्व (shishhTatva) - wisdom - OnlineSktDict

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शिष्य (shishhya)
Skt: शिष्य (shishhya) - student - OnlineSktDict
Pal: sissa - m. a pupil - UPMT-PED239
Pal: {ai~a.} - - UHS-PMD1039

शिष्यः (shishhyaH)
Skt: शिष्यः (shishhyaH) - disciple - OnlineSktDict

शिष्यम् (shishhyam.h)
Skt: शिष्यम् (shishhyam.h) - the disciple. the student - OnlineSktDict

शिष्यान् (shishhyaan.h)
Skt: शिष्यान् (shishhyaan.h) - disciples - OnlineSktDict

शिष्येण (shishhyeNa)
Skt: शिष्येण (shishhyeNa) - disciple - OnlineSktDict

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शिष्यैः (shishhyaiH)
Skt: शिष्यैः (shishhyaiH) - disciples - OnlineSktDict

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शिक्षण (shikShaNa)
Skt: शिक्षण (shikShaNa) - teaching - OnlineSktDict

शिक्षण (shikShaNa)
Skt: शिक्षण (shikShaNa) - education - OnlineSktDict
Pal: {aik~hka.na.} - - UHS-PMD1032

शिक्षणं (shikShaNaM)
Skt: शिक्षणं (shikShaNaM) - of teaching - OnlineSktDict

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शिक्षते (shikShate)
Skt: शिक्षते (shikShate) - (1 ap) to learn - OnlineSktDict

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{shi} / {hyi}/ {rhi} शी
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शी (shii)
Skt: शी (shii) - to sleep - OnlineSktDict

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शीग्रं (shiigraM)
Skt: शीग्रं (shiigraM) - hurry; quickness - OnlineSktDict

शीघ्रं (shiighraM)
Skt: शीघ्रं (shiighraM) - immediately - OnlineSktDict

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शीत (shiita)
Skt: शीत (shiita) - cold - OnlineSktDict
Pal: sīta - adj. cool, cold, tranquil. n. coldness - UPMT-PED239
Pal: {i-ta.} -

UKT: Do not get confused between two words Skt: शीत (shiita) and सीता sītā because they are close in Pal: sīta and sītā .
  Skt: सीता  sītā - f. furrow [agr.] - SpkSkt
  Pal: sītā - f. a furrow - UPMT-PED239
  Pal: {i-ta} -
The name of the wife of Rama, the seventh avatar of Vishnu, is Skt: सीता , sītā  meaning "furrow" - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sita 110422

शीतक (shiitaka)
Skt: शीतक (shiitaka) - (m) refrigerator - OnlineSktDict

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शीतल (shiitala)
Skt: शीतल (shiitala) - cool - OnlineSktDict

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शीर्श (shiirsha)
Skt: शीर्श (shiirsha) - head - OnlineSktDict
Pal: sīsa - n. lead, head, point, ear (of crops) - UPMT-PED239

शीर्ष (shiirshha)
Skt: शीर्ष (shiirshha) - head - OnlineSktDict

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शील (shiila)
Skt: शील (shiila) - character - OnlineSktDict
Pal: sīla - n. character, nature, morality, precept - UPMT-PED239

शीलं (shiilaM)
Skt: शीलं (shiilaM) - chastity - OnlineSktDict

शीलम (shiilam)
Skt: शीलम (shiilam) - good conduct, virtue - OnlineSktDict
  UKT: Skt-Dev spelling is wrong: it needs a viram - 110422

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शीश्कारः (shiishkaaraH)
Skt: शीश्कारः (shiishkaaraH) - (m) a whistle - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes

Shikhandi : sex change

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shikhandi 100203

Jitu Shikhandi (Skt शिखंडी , Śikhaṇḍī ) is a character in the Hindu epic, the Mahābhārata. He was originally born as a girl child named Shikhandini' to Drupada, the king of Panchala. Jitu fought in the Kurukshetra war on the side of the Pandavas, along with his father Drupada and brother Dhristadyumna.

He had been born in an earlier lifetime as a woman named Amba, who was rejected by Bhishma for marriage due to his oath of lifelong celibacy. Feeling deeply humiliated and wanting revenge, Amba carried out great prayers and penance with the desire to be the cause of Bhishma's death. Amba was then reborn as Jitu.

From her birth, a Divine voice told her father to raise her as a son. So Jitu was raised like a man, trained in warfare and eventually married. On her wedding night, her wife insulted her on finding out the truth. Contemplating suicide, she fled Panchala, but was saved by a Yaksha who exchanged his sex with her. Jitu went back to Panchala a man with the name 'Jitu' and led a happy married life with his wife and children. After his death, his masculinity was transferred back to the Yaksha.

In the battle of Kurukshetra, Bhishma recognised him as Amba reborn, and not wanting to fight 'a woman', lowered his weapons. Knowing that Bhishma would react thus to Jitu, Arjuna hid behind Jitu and attacked Bhishma with a devastating volley of arrows. Thus, only with Jitu's help could Arjuna deal a death blow to Bhishma, who had been virtually invincible until then.

UKT: the plot to use Jitsu as 'front' was hatched by Krishna showing again and again that Krishna - the incarnate of Vishnu - was not 'neutral' but conniving and plotting: a very unworthy position for a 'god'. I am waiting for comment from my peers. - UKT 110420

Jitu was finally killed by Ashwatthama on the 18th day of battle.

In the Javanese telling, 'Jitu' (as she is known) never becomes a man, but is a woman equal to men.

UKT: End of Wikipedia article.

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