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{pa.ra.} पर
  {pa.ra.ta.} परत
  {pa.ra.da.} परद
  {pa.ra.Da.} परध
  {pa.ra.na.} परन
  {pa.ra.pa.} परप
  {pa.ra.ma.} परम
  {pa.ra.ma} परमा
  {pa.ra.mι} परमे
  {pa.ra.ya.} परय
{pa.ra} परा
  {pa.ra-ka.} पराक
  {pa.ra-ya.} पराय

 

UKT notes
• Parasurama

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{pa.ra.} पर
p105top-2

• पर (para)
Skt: पर (para) - other - OnlineSktDict
Pal: para  adj. distant, other, opposite, highest - UPMT-PED139
Pal: {pa.ra.} - UHS-PMD0613

• परपीडा (parapiiDaa)
Skt: परपीडा (parapiiDaa) - harassment of others - OnlineSktDict

• परं (paraM)
Skt: परं (paraM) - better - OnlineSktDict
Pal: paraṁ  adv. beyond, more than - UPMT-PED139
Pal: {pa.rδn} - UHS-PMD0613

• परंतप (para.ntapa)
Skt: परंतप (para.ntapa) - O chastiser of the enemies - OnlineSktDict

• परंपरा (paraMparaa)
Skt: परंपरा (paraMparaa) - tradition - OnlineSktDict

• परः (paraH)
Skt: परः (paraH) - in the next life - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.ta.} परत
p105top-3

• परतः (parataH)
Skt: परतः (parataH) - superior - OnlineSktDict

• परतरं (parataraM)
Skt: परतरं (parataraM) - superior - OnlineSktDict

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p105b1

• परतरः (parataraH)
Skt: परतरः (parataraH) - later - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.da.} परद
p105b1-2

• परदेश (paradesha)
Skt: परदेश (paradesha) - foreign land, foreign country - OnlineSktDict

• परदेशसहम (paradeshasahama)
Skt: परदेशसहम (paradeshasahama) - Sensitive point related to foreign travel - OnlineSktDict

• परदेशी (paradeshii)
Skt: परदेशी (paradeshii) - alien - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.Da.} परध
p105b1-3 

• परधर्मः (paradharmaH)
Skt: परधर्मः (paradharmaH) - duties prescribed for others - OnlineSktDict

• परधर्मात् (paradharmaat.h)
Skt: परधर्मात् (paradharmaat.h) - than duties mentioned for others - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.na.} परन
p105b1-4

• परन्तप (parantapa)
Skt: परन्तप (parantapa) - O Arjuna, subduer of the enemies - OnlineSktDict
*Pal: parantapa  adj. tormenting others - UPMT-PED140
*Pal: {pa.rϋn~ta.pa.} - UHS-PMD0615

• परन्तपः (parantapaH)
Skt: परन्तपः (parantapaH) - the chastiser of the enemies - OnlineSktDict

• परन्तु (parantu)
Skt: परन्तु (parantu) - but, on the other hand - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.pa.} परप
p105b1-5

• परप्रकाशित (paraprakaashita)
Skt: परप्रकाशित (paraprakaashita) - reflectivity illumined like planets or moon - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.ma.} परम
p105b2

• परम (parama)
Skt: परम (parama) - highest, the utmost, most excellent - OnlineSktDict
Pal: parama  adj. highest, first, best, principal, exceeding - UPMT-PED140
Pal: {pa.ra.ma.} - UHS-PMD0615

• परमं (paramaM)
Skt: परमं (paramaM) - supreme - OnlineSktDict

• परमः (paramaH)
Skt: परमः (paramaH) - perfect - OnlineSktDict

• परमहंस (paramaha.nsa)
Skt: परमहंस (paramaha.nsa) - a highest spiritual/ discriminatory state (from Swan) - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.ma} परमा
p105b2-2

• परमा (paramaa)
Skt: परमा (paramaa) - greatest - OnlineSktDict

• परमां (paramaaM)
Skt: परमां (paramaaM) - the supreme - OnlineSktDict

• परमाः (paramaaH)
Skt: परमाः (paramaaH) - the highest goal of life - OnlineSktDict

• परमाणुभारः (paramaaNubhaaraH)
Skt: परमाणुभारः (paramaaNubhaaraH) - m. atomic weight - OnlineSktDict

• परमात्म (paramaatma)
Skt: परमात्म (paramaatma) - the Supersoul - OnlineSktDict

• परमात्मन् (paramaatman.h)
Skt: परमात्मन् (paramaatman.h) - The soul within the Divine Sphere - OnlineSktDict

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p105b3

• परमात्मा (paramaatmaa)
Skt: परमात्मा (paramaatmaa) - the supreme spirit - OnlineSktDict

• परमाधिकारः (paramaadhikaaraH)
Skt: परमाधिकारः (paramaadhikaaraH) - m. prerogative

• परमानन्द (paramaananda)
Skt: परमानन्द (paramaananda) - one who leads to the greatest happiness - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.mι} परमे
p105b3-2

• परमेश (paramesha)
Skt: परमेश (paramesha) - God - OnlineSktDict

• परमेश्वर (parameshvara)
Skt: परमेश्वर (parameshvara) - O Supreme Lord - OnlineSktDict

• परमेश्वरं (parameshvaraM)
Skt: परमेश्वरं (parameshvaraM) - the Supersoul - OnlineSktDict

• परमेष्वासः (parameshhvaasaH) = प र म े ष ् व ा स ः
Skt: परमेष्वासः (parameshhvaasaH) - the greatest archer - OnlineSktDict

• परम्परा (paramparaa) = प र म ् प र ा
Skt: परम्परा (paramparaa) - by disciple succession - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra.ya.} परय
p105b3-3

• परया (parayaa)
Skt: परया (parayaa) - of a high grade - OnlineSktDict

€ पर्यटक  paryaṭaka (= प र ् य ट क   )
Skt: पर्यटक  paryaṭaka - m. traveller - SpktSkt

• परशुः (parashuH)
Skt: परशुः (parashuH) - m. axe - OnlineSktDict

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p105b4

• परशुराम (parashuraama)
Skt: परशुराम (parashuraama) - 6th incarnation of Vishnu - OnlineSktDict

See my note on Parasurama, or "Rama with the axe", परशुराम, Paraśurāma .

• परश्वः (parashvaH)
Skt: परश्वः (parashvaH) - day after tomorrow - OnlineSktDict
*Pal: parasuve  adv. the day after tomorrow - UPMT-PED140
*Pal: {pa.ra.ώu.wι} - UHS-PMD0617

• परस्तात् (parastaat.h)
Skt: परस्तात् (parastaat.h) - transcendental - OnlineSktDict

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p106top

• परस्पर (paraspara)
Skt: परस्पर (paraspara) - mutually - OnlineSktDict

• परस्परं (parasparaM)
Skt: परस्परं (parasparaM) - mutually - OnlineSktDict

• परस्य (parasya)
Skt: परस्य (parasya) - to others - OnlineSktDict

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p106top-2

• परहस्ते (parahaste)
Skt: परहस्ते (parahaste) - loc.sing. in other person's hand - OnlineSktDict

• परह्यः (parahyaH)
Skt: परह्यः (parahyaH) - day before yesterday - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra} परा
p106top-3

• परा (paraa)
Skt: परा (paraa) - beyond, higher - OnlineSktDict

• परां (paraaM)
Skt: परां (paraaM) - transcendental - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra-ka.} पराक
p106top-4

• पराक्रम (paraakrama)
Skt: पराक्रम (paraakrama) - valor - OnlineSktDict

• पराक्रमः (paraakramaH)
Skt: पराक्रमः (paraakramaH) - the daring warrior - OnlineSktDict

• पराक्रमाणां (paraakramaaNaaM)
Skt: पराक्रमाणां (paraakramaaNaaM) - of valients - OnlineSktDict

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p106b1

• पराङ्गमुखी (paraa.ngmukhii)
Skt: पराङ्गमुखी (paraa.ngmukhii) - facing inwards - OnlineSktDict

• पराणि (paraaNi)
Skt: पराणि (paraaNi) - superior - OnlineSktDict

• पराबोधावस्था (paraabodhaavasthaa)
Skt: पराबोधावस्था (paraabodhaavasthaa) - supramental - OnlineSktDict

• परामानसशास्न्र (paraamaanasashaastra)
Skt: परामानसशास्न्र (paraamaanasashaastra) - parapsychology - OnlineSktDict

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{pa.ra-ya.} पराय
p106b1-2

• परायणं (paraayaNaM)
Skt: परायणं (paraayaNaM) - the one to be worshipped - OnlineSktDict

• परायणः (paraayaNaH)
Skt: परायणः (paraayaNaH) - being so destined - OnlineSktDict

• परायणाः (paraayaNaaH)
Skt: परायणाः (paraayaNaaH) - so inclined - OnlineSktDict

• परार्ध (paraardha)
Skt: परार्ध (paraardha) - other end - OnlineSktDict

• पराशर (paraashara)
Skt: पराशर (paraashara) - Maharishi Parashar(a)
  One of the Fathers of Vedic Astrology. Author of the text which is the basis
  for the most commonly used Astrological System in India - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes

Parasurama : "Rama with the axe"

Excerpt from: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/southasia/Religions/Avatars/Vishnu.html 100114

In his sixth incarnation, Vishnu appeared as Parasurama, or "Rama with the axe", [(Skt: परशुराम, Paraśurāma)] armed with the mission of liberating the Brahmins from the yoke of the Kshatriyas. The seventh, eighth, and ninth avatars of Vishnu suggest the heroic, and to some degree, historic element. It is quite likely that Rama was a local hero, who was ultimately elevated to the status of a divinity; and in the Ramayana, which celebrates his exploits, he is described as an avatara of Vishnu who had perforce to kill the demon-king, Ravana. Krishna, the eighth avatara, was similarly most likely a hero or minor king at first, and in the Mahabharata he is described as a prince of the Yadava clan. He was eventually absorbed into the pantheon of Vishnu’s avatars, but assumed such importance that he was taken to be the Supreme Being himself. The Buddha appears as the ninth avatar, according to the puranas, and some scholars have pointed to this as an illustration of the tendency within Hinduism to absorb its rivals. Finally, the tenth avatar is yet to appear at the end of the present or kali-yuga: it is represented as Kalki, a figure seated on a white horse, with a drawn sword flashing away, cutting at the forces of evil.

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