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 {ra} रा
{ra-ga.} राग
{ra-Ga.} राघ
{ra-za.} राज
{ra-za} राजा

 

UKT notes
Radha - the Gopi

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 {ra} रा
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राकिणी (raakiNii)
Skt: राकिणी (raakiNii) - the goddess in svadishthana - OnlineSktDict

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{ra-ga.} राग
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राग (raaga)
Skt:  राग (raaga) - Anger - OnlineSktDict
Pal: rāga - m. dyeing, colour, passion, lust - UPMT-PED180

रागवति (raagavati)
Skt: रागवति (raagavati) - red-coloured, passionate - OnlineSktDict

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रागत्मकं (raagaatmakaM) = र ा ग त ् म क ं
Skt:  रागत्मकं (raagaatmakaM) - born of desire or lust - OnlineSktDict

रागी (raagii)
Skt:  रागी (raagii) - very much attached - OnlineSktDict

राघवं (raaghavaM)
Skt:  राघवं (raaghavaM) - the descendant of Raghu - OnlineSktDict

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{ra-Ga.} राघ
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राघवः (raaghavaH)
Skt: राघवः (raaghavaH) - RAghava (RAma) - OnlineSktDict

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{ra-za.} राज
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राजगुह्यं (raajaguhyaM)
Skt: राजगुह्यं (raajaguhyaM) - the king of confidential knowledge - OnlineSktDict

राजद्रोहः (raajadrohaH)
Skt: राजद्रोहः (raajadrohaH) - (m) sedition - OnlineSktDict

राजद्वार (raajadvaara)
Skt: राजद्वार (raajadvaara) - doors of a palace - OnlineSktDict

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राजन् (raajan.h)
Skt: राजन् (raajan.h) - king - OnlineSktDict

राजनिति (raajaniti)
Skt: राजनिति (raajaniti) - (f) politics - OnlineSktDict

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राजमणिः (raajamaNiH)
Skt: राजमणिः (raajamaNiH) - the jewel of the king of jewels - OnlineSktDict

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राजयोग (raajayoga)
Skt: राजयोग (raajayoga) - Combinations for Status and Power - OnlineSktDict

UKT: Astrological term: "combination" means the combination of the birth-planets.

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राजर्षयः (raajarshhayaH)
Skt: राजर्षयः (raajarshhayaH) - the saintly kings - OnlineSktDict

राजविद्या (raajavidyaa)
Skt: राजविद्या (raajavidyaa) - royal policy, king-craft, statesmanship, state-policy the training in the traits and skills of nobility - OnlineSktDict

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राजसं (raajasaM)
Skt: राजसं (raajasaM) - in the mode of passion - OnlineSktDict

राजसः (raajasaH)
Skt: राजसः (raajasaH) - in the mode of passion - OnlineSktDict

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राजसभा (raajasabhaa)
Skt: राजसभा (raajasabhaa) - assembly of king, advisors, and subjects - OnlineSktDict

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राजसस्य (raajasasya)
Skt: राजसस्य (raajasasya) - to one in the mode of passion - OnlineSktDict

राजसाः (raajasaaH)
Skt: राजसाः (raajasaaH) - those situated in the mode of passion - OnlineSktDict

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राजसिक (raajasika)
Skt: राजसिक (raajasika) - Regal planets - Sun, Mars and Venus - OnlineSktDict

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राजसी (raajasii)
Skt: राजसी (raajasii) - in the mode of passion - OnlineSktDict

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राजहंस (raajaha.nsa)
Skt: राजहंस (raajaha.nsa) - swan - OnlineSktDict

राजहंसः (raajaha.nsaH)
Skt: राजहंसः (raajaha.nsaH) - the royal swan - OnlineSktDict

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{ra-za} राजा
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राजा (raajaa)
Skt: राजा (raajaa) - a ruler, king - OnlineSktDict
Pal: rājā - m. a king - UPMT-PED180

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राजाधिराज (raajaadhiraaja)
Skt: राजाधिराज (raajaadhiraaja) - Overking of kings - OnlineSktDict

राजीव (raajiiv)
Skt: राजीव (raajiiv) - lotus - OnlineSktDict

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राजीव (raajiiva)
Skt:  राजीव (raajiiva) - lotus - OnlineSktDict

राजीवनेत्रं (raajiivanetraM)
Skt: राजीवनेत्रं (raajiivanetraM) - the louts-eyed - OnlineSktDict

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राजेंद्रं (raaje.ndraM)
= र ा ज े ं द ् र ं
Skt: राजेंद्रं (raaje.ndraM) - the lord of kings - OnlineSktDict

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राज्य (raajya)
= र ा ज ् य
Skt: राज्य (raajya) - Kingdom - OnlineSktDict

राज्यं (raajyaM)
Skt: राज्यं (raajyaM) - kingdom - OnlineSktDict

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राज्यसुखलोभेन (raajyasukhalobhena)
Skt: राज्यसुखलोभेन (raajyasukhalobhena) - driven by greed for royal happiness - OnlineSktDict

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राज्यस्य (raajyasya)
Skt: राज्यस्य (raajyasya) - for the kingdom - OnlineSktDict

राज्येन (raajyena)
Skt: राज्येन (raajyena) - is the kingdom - OnlineSktDict

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रात्र (raatra)
Skt: रात्र (raatra) - night - OnlineSktDict

रात्रि (raatri)
Skt: रात्रि (raatri) - night - OnlineSktDict

राधा rādhā
Skt: राधा rādhā N. Krishna's beloved - SpkSkt

See my note on Radha

 

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रात्रिं (raatriM)
Skt: रात्रिं (raatriM) - night - OnlineSktDict

रात्रिः (raatriH)
Skt: रात्रिः (raatriH) - night - OnlineSktDict

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रात्रिकृतं (raatrikRitaM)
Skt: रात्रिकृतं (raatrikRitaM) - night-done - OnlineSktDict

रात्रिचन्द्रौ (raatrichandrau)
Skt: रात्रिचन्द्रौ (raatrichandrau) - the pair of night and moon - OnlineSktDict

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रात्रौ (raatrau)
Skt: रात्रौ (raatrau) - in the night - OnlineSktDict

रात्र्यागमे (raatryaagame)
Skt: रात्र्यागमे (raatryaagame) - at the fall of night - OnlineSktDict

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राधा (raadhaa)
Skt: राधा (raadhaa) - Radha, Krishna's beloved - OnlineSktDict

UKT: "Radha is often referred to as Rādhārānī or "Radhika" in speech" -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radha 110917.

राम (raama)
Skt: राम (raama) - Rama, deity Shrii Rama - OnlineSktDict
Pal: rāma - m. joy, delight - UPMT-PED180

रामं (raamaM)
Skt: रामं (raamaM) - rAma - OnlineSktDict

रामः (raamaH)
Skt: रामः (raamaH) - Rama - OnlineSktDict

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रामः (raamaH)
Skt: रामः (raamaH) - Rama - OnlineSktDict

रामकवचं (raamakavachaM)
Skt: रामकवचं (raamakavachaM) - rAma-armour - OnlineSktDict

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रामकृष्ण (raamakRishhNa)
Skt: रामकृष्ण (raamakRishhNa) - Commonly known Ramakrishna, a saint from Bengal - OnlineSktDict

रामकृष्णस्य (raamakRishhNasya)
Skt: रामकृष्णस्य (raamakRishhNasya) - of Ramakrishna - OnlineSktDict

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रामचंद्र (raamacha.ndra)
Skt: रामचंद्र (raamacha.ndra) - rAmachandra - OnlineSktDict

रामचंद्रः (raamacha.ndraH)
Skt: रामचंद्रः (raamacha.ndraH) - rAma - OnlineSktDict

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रामचंद्रम् (raamacha.ndram.h)
Skt: रामचंद्रम् (raamacha.ndram.h) - rAmachandra - OnlineSktDict

रामचंद्राय (raamacha.ndraaya)
Skt: रामचंद्राय (raamacha.ndraaya) - to rAmachandra - OnlineSktDict

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रामचंद्रेति (raamacha.ndreti)
Skt: रामचंद्रेति (raamacha.ndreti) - saying 'rAmachandra' - OnlineSktDict

रामचंद्रो (raamacha.ndro)
Skt: रामचंद्रो (raamacha.ndro) - Lord RAmachandra - OnlineSktDict

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रामनाम (raamanaama)
Skt: रामनाम (raamanaama) - the name of rAma (uttering of the word 'rAma' only once is  - OnlineSktDict

रामनाम्ना (raamanaamnaa)
Skt: रामनाम्ना (raamanaamnaa) - by the name of rAma - OnlineSktDict

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रामबलोपेतां (raamabalopetaaM)
Skt: रामबलोपेतां (raamabalopetaaM) - that which has been through rAma'a strength, power - OnlineSktDict

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रामभद्र (raamabhadra)
Skt: रामभद्र (raamabhadra) - raama who gives the well-being - OnlineSktDict

रामभद्राय (raamabhadraaya)
Skt: रामभद्राय (raamabhadraaya) - to the good-giving, protecting RAma - OnlineSktDict

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रामभद्रेति (raamabhadreti)
Skt: रामभद्रेति (raamabhadreti) - rAmabhadra + iti, saying 'rAmabhadra" (raama who gives the - OnlineSktDict

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रामरक्षा (raamarakShaa)
Skt: रामरक्षा (raamarakShaa) - rAma armour or rama protection - OnlineSktDict

रामरक्षां (raamarakShaaM)
Skt: रामरक्षां (raamarakShaaM) - raamarakshA (hymn)- OnlineSktDict

रामरक्षास्तोत्रजपे (raamarakShaastotrajape)
Skt: रामरक्षास्तोत्रजपे (raamarakShaastotrajape) - in the chanting of rAmaraksha hymn - OnlineSktDict

रामलक्ष्मणौ (raamalakShmaNau)
Skt: रामलक्ष्मणौ (raamalakShmaNau) raama & lakshmaNa - OnlineSktDict

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रामस्य (raamasya)
Skt: रामस्य (raamasya) - rAmaa's - OnlineSktDict

रामह (raamah)
Skt: रामह (raamah) - Lord Rama - OnlineSktDict

रामान्नास्ति (raamaannaasti)
Skt: रामान्नास्ति (raamaannaasti) - no one is except from rAma - OnlineSktDict

रामाभेग (raamaabhoga)
Skt: रामाभेग (raamaabhoga) - sexual pleasures? - OnlineSktDict

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रामाय (raamaaya)
Skt: रामाय (raamaaya) - to rAma - OnlineSktDict

रामायणः (raamaayaNaH)
Skt: रामायणः (raamaayaNaH) - epic Ramayana, part of itihas (history) - OnlineSktDict

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रामे (raame)
Skt: रामे (raame) - in RAma - OnlineSktDict

रामेणाभिहता (raameNaabhihataa)
Skt: रामेणाभिहता (raameNaabhihataa) - the one struck by rAma - OnlineSktDict

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रामेति (raameti)
Skt: रामेति (raameti) - rAma + iti saying thus rAma - OnlineSktDict

रामो (raamo)
Skt: रामो (raamo) - rAma - OnlineSktDict

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रावण (raavaNa)
Skt: रावण (raavaNa) - the demon king from Lanka who abducted the wife of Rama - OnlineSktDict

रावणारिम् (raavaNaarim.h)
Skt: रावणारिम् (raavaNaarim.h) - rAvaNasya ariM, the enemy of rAvaNa - OnlineSktDict

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राशि (raashi)
Skt: राशि (raashi) - Sign of the Zodiac - OnlineSktDict
Pal: rāsi  m. a heap, quantity, sign of the zodiac - UPMT-PED180

UKT note to Myanmar Astrologers: All the 12 Zodiacal signs have Western equivalents which are denoted by dedicated logos which reflect their names:
  01.♈, 02.♉, 03.♊; 04.♋, 05.♌, 06.♍;
  07.♎, 08.♏, 09.♐; 10.♑, 11.♒, 12.♓.
Thus, the logo for #01. ♈ Aries the Ram shows the horns of a ram. - UKT100619

राश्ट्र (raashTra)
Skt: राश्ट्र (raashTra) - nation - OnlineSktDict

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राष्ट्रिकः (raashhTrikaH)
Skt: राष्ट्रिकः (raashhTrikaH) - A inhabitant of a kingdom or country, a subject, governor - OnlineSktDict

राष्ट्रिय (raashhTriya)
Skt: राष्ट्रिय (raashhTriya) - belonging to a kingdom or country, national - OnlineSktDict

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राष्त्रं (raashhtraM)
Skt: राष्त्रं (raashhtraM) - kingdom, empire, territory, country, nation, people, subjects - OnlineSktDict

रासलास्य (raasalaasya)
Skt: रासलास्य (raasalaasya) - raasa dance - OnlineSktDict

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राहू (raahuu)
Skt: राहू (raahuu) - North Lunar Node. Caput Draconis or Dragon's head - OnlineSktDict

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राक्षस (raakShasa)
Skt: राक्षस (raakShasa) - demon - OnlineSktDict

राक्षसीं (raakShasiiM)
Skt: राक्षसीं (raakShasiiM) - demonic - OnlineSktDict

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राज्ञी (raaGYii)
= र ा ज ् ञ ी
Skt: राज्ञी (raaGYii) - (f) queen - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes

Radha - the Gopi

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radha 110917

Radha (Skt: राधा, Rādhā), aka Radhika, Radharani and Radhikarani, is the childhood friend and lover of Krishna in the Bhagavata Purana, and the Gita Govinda of the Vaisnava traditions of Hinduism.[1] Radha is almost always depicted alongside Krishna and features prominently within the theology of today's Gaudiya Vaishnava sect, which regards Radha as the original Goddess or Shakti. Radha is also the principal object of worship in the Nimbarka Sampradaya, as Nimbarka, the founder of the tradition, declared that Radha and Krishna together constitute the absolute truth.[2] Radha's relationship with Krishna is given in further detail within texts such as the Brahma Vaivarta Purana, Garga Samhita and Brihad Gautamiya tantra. Radha is referred to in Tamil scriptures as Nappinnai. Nappinnai is the incarnation of the third wife of Lord Vishnu, Nila Devi. Sri Vaishnavas believe that in Krishnavatara, Nila Devi (Nappinnai or Radha) is more important than Sri Devi (Rukmini) or Bhu Devi (Satyabhama).

Radha is often referred to as Rādhārānī or "Radhika" in speech, prefixed with the respectful term 'Srimati' by devout followers. In devotional religion she represents the longing of the human soul for God: The Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable | 2006 | ELIZABETH KNOWLES |</ref>

UKT: More in the Wikipedia article.

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