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from: Online Sanskrit Dictionary, February 12, 2003 . http://sanskritdocuments.org/dict/dictall.pdf  090907

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{m~ba.} अम्ब
{m~ba} अम्बा
{m~bu.} अम्बु
{m~Ba.} अम्भ
{m~Bu.} अम्भु
{m~la.} अम्ल

UKT notes
Akasha - ther

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{m~ba.} अम्ब
p017b1-3

अम्बन्ध (ambandha)
Skt: अम्बन्ध (ambandha) - relation / connection  - OnlineSktDict

अम्बर (ambara) Same as आकाश ākāśa (aakaasha).
Skt: अम्बर (ambara) - aakaasha - OnlineSktDict
Skt: अम्बर  ambara  n.  sky, garment  - SpkSkt
Pal: ambara  m.  the sky, cloth, cotton, mica - UPMT-PED025

See my note on Akasha (stub).
Pal: ākāsa - m. (√kas) - the sky, air, space - UPMT-PED032
Pal: {a-ka-a.} - - UHS-PMD0155

अम्बरं (ambaraM)
Skt: अम्बरं (ambaraM) - sky, garment - OnlineSktDict

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{m~ba} अम्बा
p017b1-4

अम्बा (ambaa)
Skt: अम्बा (ambaa) - mother - OnlineSktDict

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{m~bu.} अम्बु
p017b2

अम्बु (ambu)
Skt: अम्बु (ambu)  - water - OnlineSktDict

अम्बुधि (ambudhi)
Skt: अम्बुधि (ambudhi) - sea - OnlineSktDict

अम्बुवेगाः (ambuvegaaH)
Skt: अम्बुवेगाः (ambuvegaaH) - waves of the waters - OnlineSktDict

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{m~Ba.} अम्भ
p017b2-2

अम्भस् (ambhas.h)
Skt: अम्भस् (ambhas.h) - (n) water - OnlineSktDict

अम्भसा (ambhasaa)
Skt: अम्भसा (ambhasaa)  - by the water - OnlineSktDict

अम्भसि (ambhasi)
Skt: अम्भसि (ambhasi) - on the water - OnlineSktDict

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{m~Bu.} अम्भु
p017b2-3

अम्भुरुहं (ambhuruhaM)
Skt: अम्भुरुहं (ambhuruhaM) - lotus - OnlineSktDict

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{m~la.} अम्ल
p017b2-4

अम्ल (amla)
Skt: अम्ल (amla) - (m) sour - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes

Akasha

Excerpt from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akasha 100413

Akasha (or Akash, Aakaash, Ākāśa, आकाश) is the Sanskrit word meaning " aether" in both its elemental and mythological senses.

Akasha is the omnipresent incontrovertible transcendent eternal source of all energy, the realm of promise, potential, paths to be walked and the primal source that creates and nourishes the other four elements, Fire, Earth, Air and Water. Akasha is all directions, East, South, West and North and all seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. It is not limited to three dimensions, Length, Width, and Depth or Height, but is made up of infinite ones comprising all possibilities of movement, both material and spiritual.

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