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{aa-Sha.} आश
{aa-Sha} आशा
{aa-Shi.} आशि
{aa-Shu.} आशु
{aaSh} आश्
{aa-Shra.} आश्च = आ श ् च
{aa-Shri.} आश्रि

Many words have very fricative pronunciations, e.g., {aa-sa.} and {aaSh} sounds, which seemed to be very close to each other in Myanmar ears. Moreover, they sounded very unnatural. However, as Myanmars become more familiar with spoken English, the pronunciations become easily distinguishable. - need to work with more knowledgeable peers. - UKT 100416

 

UKT notes
• Āshleshā (आश्लेषा = आ श ् ल े ष ) (The Embracer) - Nakshatra numbered 09/28
• Ashvini

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{aa-Sha.} आश
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• आशंस् (aasha.ns.h) = आ श ं स ्  
Skt: आशंस् (aasha.ns.h) - to wish, to hope, to desire - OnlineSktDict

• आशय (aashaya)
Skt: आशय (aashaya) - (masc) resting place - OnlineSktDict

• आशयस्थिताः (aashayasthitaaH)
Skt: आशयस्थिताः (aashayasthitaaH) - situated within the heart - OnlineSktDict

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{aa-Sha} आशा 
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• आशा (aashaa) 
Skt: आशा (aashaa) - desire  - OnlineSktDict
Pal: āsā  f.  desire, longing  -  UPMT-PED041

€ आश्चर्यवत्  āścaryavat 
= आ श ् च र ् य व त ्  
Skt: आश्चर्यवत्  āścaryavat  - adv. by a lucky chance - SpkSkt

• आशापाश (aashaapaasha)
Skt: आशापाश (aashaapaasha) - entanglements in a network of hope - OnlineSktDict

• आशापिण्डं (aashaapiNDaM)
Skt: आशापिण्डं (aashaapiNDaM) - AshA + pindaM, desire + lump (piNDaM also means rice-ball given - OnlineSktDict

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{aa-Shi.} आशि
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• आशित (aashita)
Skt: आशित (aashita) - (a) Eaten, given to eat: satisfied by eating - OnlineSktDict

• आशितं (aashitaM)
Skt: आशितं (aashitaM) - eating - OnlineSktDict

• आशिन (aashina)
Skt: आशिन (aashina) - old (also heard as aashiina) - OnlineSktDict

• आशिषति (aashishhati)
Skt: आशिषति (aashishhati) - to give aashirvaad - OnlineSktDict

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{aa-Shu.} आशु
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• आशु(aashu)
Skt: आशु (aashu) - fast - OnlineSktDict

• आशुल्कं (aashulkaM)
Skt: आशुल्कं (aashulkaM) - (n) import duty - OnlineSktDict

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{aaSh} आश्
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• आश्चर्यं (aashcharyaM)
Skt: आश्चर्यं (aashcharyaM) - surprise - OnlineSktDict

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• आश्चर्यमयं (aashcharyamayaM)
Skt: आश्चर्यमयं (aashcharyamayaM) - wonderful - OnlineSktDict

• आश्चर्यवत् (aashcharyavat.h)
Skt: आश्चर्यवत् (aashcharyavat.h) - with wonder, surprise - OnlineSktDict

• आश्चर्याणि (aashcharyaaNi)
Skt: आश्चर्याणि (aashcharyaaNi) - all the wonders - OnlineSktDict

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{aa-Shra.} आश्च = आ श ् च
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• आश्चम (aashrama)
Skt: आश्चम (aashrama) - a yoga centre or school - OnlineSktDict

• आश्चयत्व (aashrayatva)
Skt: आश्चयत्व (aashrayatva) - dependence, leaning - OnlineSktDict

• आश्रया (aashrayaa)
Skt: आश्रया (aashrayaa) - shelter - OnlineSktDict

• आश्रयेत् (aashrayet.h)
Skt: आश्रयेत् (aashrayet.h) - must come upon - OnlineSktDict

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{aa-Shri.} आश्रि
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• आश्रि (aashri)
Skt: आश्रि (aashri) - to take shelter - OnlineSktDict

• आश्रितं (aashritaM)
Skt: आश्रितं (aashritaM) assuming - OnlineSktDict

• आश्रितः (aashritaH)
Skt: आश्रितः (aashritaH) - taking refuge - OnlineSktDict

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• आश्रिताः (aashritaaH)
Skt: आश्रिताः (aashritaaH) - accepting - OnlineSktDict

• आश्रित्य (aashritya)
Skt: आश्रित्य (aashritya) - taking shelter of - OnlineSktDict

• आश्लेष (aashleshha)
= आ श ् ल े ष
Skt: आश्लेष (aashleshha) - embrace - OnlineSktDict

• आश्लेषा (aashleshhaa)
Skt: आश्लेषा (aashleshhaa) - Ninth nakshatra - OnlineSktDict

See my note on Āshleshā (आश्लेषा = आ श ् ल े ष ) (The Embracer)

• आश्वासनं (aashvaasanaM)
Skt: आश्वासनं (aashvaasanaM) - (n) assurance - OnlineSktDict

• आश्वासयामास (aashvaasayaamaasa)
Skt: आश्वासयामास (aashvaasayaamaasa) - encouraged - OnlineSktDict

• अश्विनी (aashvinii)
Skt: अश्विनी (aashvinii) - First nakshatra - OnlineSktDict

See my note on Ashvini (अश्विनी = अ श ् व ि न ी ) (Horse Woman)

 

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UKT notes

Āshleshā (आश्रेषा)(ஆயில்யம்) (The Embracer)

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nakshatra 100416

Western star name: δ, ε, η, ρ, and σ Hydrae. This nakshatra is equivalent to the head of Hydra constellation, excluding ζ Hydrae, which is situated in the neck.
Lord: Budh (Mercury)
Symbol: Serpent
Deity : Sarpas or Nagas, deified snakes
Indian zodiac: 16°40' - 30° Karka ; Western zodiac 12°40' - 26° Leo

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Ashvini

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashvini 100417

Ashvini is the first nakshatra in Hindu astronomy, corresponding to β and γ Arietis .[1] In Jyotiṣa, Ashvini is ruled by Ketu, the descending lunar node. In electional astrological, Ashvini is classified as a Small constellation, meaning that it is believed to be advantageous to begin works of a precise or delicate nature while the moon is in Ashvini.[2]

Symbolism

Unsurprisingly, Ashvini is ruled by the Ashwini Kumaras, the horse-headed twins who served as physicians to the Gods. Personified, Ashwini is considered to be the wife of the Ashwini Kumaras.[3] Ashvini is represented either by the head of a horse, or by honey and the bee hive.[4]

Characteristics

Jyotiṣa states that the constellation through which the moon is passing during the time of a person’s birth has an effect on the personality traits later in life.[5] A person born when the moon is in Ashvini moves quickly and easily. They are brilliant, bright and intelligent. They also tend to possess physical beauty. Once Lord Indra tried to stop the Ashwini Kumaras from seeking medicinal education from the Sun God. Hence people born with Ashvini Nakshatra may have gaps in their education life, but will complete their education because of devotion and dedication. Ashvini nakshatra is said to have "enemical relation" with Jyeshtha nakshatra as Jyeshtha is ruled by Lord Indra.

Naming practices

Under the ancient traditional Hindu principle of naming individuals according to their birthstar (see Jyotisha), the following Sanskrit syllables correspond with this Nakshatra, and would belong at the beginning of a first name:

• Chu ( चु)
• Che ( चे)
• Cho ( चो)
• La ( ला)[6]

UKT: End of Wikipedia article.

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