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Sanskrit English Dictionary


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{a.da.} अद
{a.da} अदा
{a.di.} अदि
{a.dRi.} अदृ [Not to be mistaken for {a.dri.}]
{a.dé} अद
{ûd} अद्
{a.dya.} अद्य

UKT notes
• Aditi • Prone posture - adhvasana

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{ûd} अद्

• The voiced form of {ût} : notice change in Romabama vowel {a} --> {û} due to environmental change.
• The killed voiced form {ûd} is not met in Burmese-Myanmar.


• अद् (ad.h)
Skt: अद् (ad.h) - to eat - OnlineSktDict

UKT: To see most of the entries with the same onset, go to "more {ûd~} " below.

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{a.da.} अद

• अददत् (adadat.h)  Skt: gave
Skt: अददत् (adadat.h) - gave - OnlineSktDict

• अदम्भित्वं (adambhitvaM) 
Skt: अदम्भित्वं (adambhitvaM) - pridelessness - OnlineSktDict

• अदर्शः (adarshaH) 
Skt: अदर्शः (adarshaH) - mirror - OnlineSktDict

• अदक्षिणं (adakShiNaM) 
Skt: अदक्षिणं (adakShiNaM) - with no remunerations to the priests - OnlineSktDict

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{a.da} अदा

• अदाह्यः (adaahyaH)
Skt: अदाह्यः (adaahyaH) - unable to be burned - OnlineSktDict

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{a.di.} अदि

• अदिति  (aditi)

  f. mother of gods . adj.  free; boundless; entire; unbroken - SpkSkt
  अदिती (aditii) Skt: the mother of the gods - OnlineSktDict  See Aditi in my notes .
  Pal: {a.di.ti.} - UHS-PMD0041
  Pal: अदिती  aditi  f.  the mother of Gods, the earth - UPMT-PED012
Skt: अदिति  (aditi) - the mother of the gods - OnlineSktDict

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{a.dRi.} अदृ

Not to be mistaken for {a.dri.}. Remember the R here is not a consonant: it is known as repha रेफ .

• अदृष्ट (adRishhTa)
Skt: अदृष्ट (adRishhTa) - Unseen, fortune, luck - OnlineSktDict

• अदृष्टपूर्वं (adRishhTapuurvaM)
Skt: अदृष्टपूर्वं (adRishhTapuurvaM) - never seen before - OnlineSktDict

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{a.dé} अदे

• अदेश (adesha)
Skt: अदेश (adesha) - at an unpurified place - OnlineSktDict

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{ûd~} अद

UKT: I'm treating this onset as a conjunct, because there is no vowel after {d}.
See entries below such as अद्भुत  adbhuta (= अ द ् भ ु त ) n. wonderful occurrence.

• अद्भुत adbhuta (adbhuta)  
  Skt: अद्भुत adbhuta (adbhuta) - the sentiment of marvel - OnlineSktDict
  Skt: n. wonderful occurrence; adj. wonderful  -- SpkSkt

• अद्भुतं (adbhutaM)
Skt: अद्भूतं (adbhuutaM) - wonderfull - OnlineSktDict

• अद्भूतं (adbhuutaM)
Skt: अद्भूतं (adbhuutaM) - wonderfull - OnlineSktDict

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{a.dya.} अद्य

• अद्य (adya) = अ द ् य
Skt: अद्य (adya) - today - OnlineSktDict

¤ अद्य एव शुल्कं दातव्यं अस्ति adya eva śulkaṃ dātavyaṃ asti
  sent. I have to pay the fees right today.

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{a.dra.} अद्र

• अद्रोहः (adrohaH)
Skt: अद्रोहः (adrohaH) - freedom from envy - OnlineSktDict

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{a.dwa.} अद्व

• अद्वासन (advaasana) See my note on the Prone posture .
Skt: अद्वासन (advaasana) - the prone posture - OnlineSktDict

• अद्वितीयः (advitiiyaH)
Skt: अद्वितीयः (advitiiyaH) - the inseparable or the non-dual - OnlineSktDict

• अद्वेष्टा (adveshhTaa)
Skt: अद्वेष्टा (adveshhTaa) - nonenvious - OnlineSktDict

• अद्वैत (advaita)
Skt: अद्वैत (advaita) - non-duality of the universal spirit - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes


From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aditi 100306

Aditi (Adithi - Skt: अदिति, limitless) [1] [from a without + diti bound from the verbal root da to bind] boundless, free; as a noun, infinite and shoreless expanse. In the Vedas, Aditi is Devamatri (mother of the celestial gods) as from and in her cosmic matrix all the heavenly bodies were born. As the celestial virgin and mother of every existing form and being, the synthesis of all things, she is highest Akasha. Aditi is also identified with Vāc (mystic speech) in the Rig Veda, and with the Mulaprakriti or Prakriti in Vedanta. As the womb of space, she is a feminized form of Brahma. The line in the Rig Veda, " Daksha sprang from Aditi and Aditi from Daksha" (RV 10.72.4) has reference to "the eternal cyclic re-birth of the same divine essence". In one of the most mystic aspects, Aditi is divine wisdom. Aditi is the goddess of space, consciousness, the past, the future, and fertility. [2]

In the Vedas

Aditi is mentioned nearly eighty times in the Rig Veda. She is usually mentioned along with other gods and goddesses, there is no one hymn addressed exclusively to her, and unlike many other Vedic gods. She is perhaps not related to a particular natural phenomenon like other gods. Compared to Usha and Prithvi, Aditi can be defined as the cosmic creatrix, the creativity of the all-creating.

Perhaps the most outstanding attribute of Aditi is her motherhood. She is preeminently the mother of 12 Adityas whose names are as follows: Vivasvān, Aryamā, Pūṣā, Tvaṣṭā, Savitā, Bhaga, Dhātā, Vidhātā, Varuṇa, Mitra, Śatru, and Urukrama.[3] Aditi is also said to be the mother of the great god Indra, the mother of kings (2.27), and the mother of gods (1.113.19). In the Rig Veda. Aditi is one of most important figures of all.

As a mothering presence, Aditi is often asked to guard the one who petitions her (1.106.7 ; 8.18.6) or to provide him or her with wealth, safety, and abundance (10.100; 1.94.15). Appropriate to her role as a mother, Aditi is sometimes associated with or identified as a cow. As a cow, she provides nourishment, and as the cosmic cow, her milk is identified with the redemptive, invigorating drink Soma (1.153.3).

The name Aditi includes the root "da" (to bind or fetter) and suggests another aspect of her character. As A-diti, she is un-bound, free one, and it is evident in the hymns to her that she is often called to free the petitioner from different hindrances, especially sin and sickness. (2.27.14). In one hymn, she is asked to free a petitioner who has been tied up like a thief (8.67.14). As one who unbinds, her role is similar to her son Varuna's as guardian of Rta, cosmic moral order. She is called the supporter of creatures (1.136).

Aditi is also called widely expanded (5.46.6) and extensive, the mistress of wide stalls (8.67.12), and in this respect, one is reminded of Prithvi. In fact, Prithvi and Aditi become virtually identified in the Brahamanas. Aditi also is the mother of the Vamana avatar of Vishnu. Accordingly, Vishnu was born as the son of Aditi in the month of Shravana (5th month of the Hindu Calendar, also called Avani) under the star Shravana. Many auspicious signs appeared in the heavens, foretelling the good fortune of this child.

Aditi challenges the modern idea that the Aryan peoples were patriarchal. Aditi was regarded as both the sky goddess, and earth goddess, which is very rare for a prehistoric civilization. Most prehistoric civilizations venerated a dual principle, Sky Father and Earth Mother, which appears to be borrowed from the concept of Prithivi and Dyaus Pita. Aditi was attributed the status of first deity by the Aryan culture, although she is not the only one attributed this status in the Vedas. She is addressed, in the Ŗg Veda as "Mighty".

UKT: End of Wikipedia article.

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Prone posture

From http://www.yogapoint.com/info/adhvasana.htm 100509


In the prone position place your forehead on ground, stretch your hands forward and join them ahead of your head as shown in figure. Stretch your legs in opposite direction, relax all the muscles, continue normal breathing.

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