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  {yu.} यु
  {yoak} युक् = य ु क ्
  {yu.ga.} युग
  {yoaz} युज् = य ु ज ् : when {ya.} is added we get into a combination problem
{yu} यू
{} ये

 

UKT notes
• yuga युग {yu.ga.}

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 {yu.} यु

{yoak} युक्
= य ु क ्

p152b1-2

• युक्त (yukta)
Skt: युक्त (yukta) - used - OnlineSktDict

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p152b2

• युक्तः (yuktaH)
= य ु क ् त ः
Skt: युक्तः (yuktaH) - dovetailed - OnlineSktDict

• युक्तचेतसः (yuktachetasaH)
= य ु क ् त च े त स ः
Skt: युक्तचेतसः (yuktachetasaH) - their minds engaged in Me - OnlineSktDict

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• युक्ततमः (yuktatamaH)
Skt: युक्ततमः (yuktatamaH) - the greatest yogi - OnlineSktDict

• युक्ततमाः (yuktatamaaH)
Skt: युक्ततमाः (yuktatamaaH) - most perfect in yoga - OnlineSktDict

• युक्तस्य (yuktasya)
Skt: युक्तस्य (yuktasya) - engaged - OnlineSktDict

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• युक्ता (yuktaa)
Skt: युक्ता (yuktaa) - with - OnlineSktDict

• युक्ताः (yuktaaH)
Skt: युक्ताः (yuktaaH) - engaged - OnlineSktDict

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p152b2-4

• युक्तात्म (yuktaatma)
Skt: युक्तात्म (yuktaatma) - having the mind firmly set on - OnlineSktDict

• युक्तात्मा (yuktaatmaa)
Skt: युक्तात्मा (yuktaatmaa) - self-connected - OnlineSktDict

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p152b2-5

• युक्ति (yukti)
Skt: युक्ति (yukti) - utility ; proportion - OnlineSktDict
Skt: युक्ति  yukti - f. practice - SpkSkt

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p152b3

• युक्ते (yukte)
Skt: युक्ते (yukte) - being yoked - OnlineSktDict

• युक्तेन (yuktena)
Skt: युक्तेन (yuktena) - being engaged in meditation - OnlineSktDict

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• युक्तैः (yuktaiH)
Skt: युक्तैः (yuktaiH) - engaged - OnlineSktDict

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• युक्त्वा (yuktvaa)
Skt: युक्त्वा (yuktvaa) - being absorbed - OnlineSktDict

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{yu.ga.} युग
p152b3-4

• युग (yuga) .
Skt: युग (yuga) - World Ages - OnlineSktDict
Pal: yuga - n. a pair, couple, a generation, age of the world; mn. yoke - UPMT-PED176
Pal: {yoag} - UHS-PMD0799

See my note on Yuga : not to be confused with "Yoga - Planetary combinations"

• युगपत् (yugapat.h)
Skt: युगपत् (yugapat.h) - simultaneously - OnlineSktDict

• युगले (yugale)
Skt: युगले (yugale) - dual - OnlineSktDict

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• युगे (yuge)
Skt: युगे (yuge) - millennium - OnlineSktDict

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{yoaz} युज् = य ु ज ्
p152b3-6

• युज् (yuj.h)
Skt: युज् (yuj.h) - to yoke, join, concentrate on - OnlineSktDict

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{yoaz~ya.} यु ज्य
= य ु ज ् य

UKT: The above word युज्य may be split up in two ways giving rise to two different pronunciations:

• य ु ज ् य --> य ु ज्य {yu.zya.}
• य ु ज ् य --> युज् य   {yoaz-ya.}

From the second, we can get युज्य   {yoaz~ya.} - I'm waiting for comments from my peers. - UKT110322

p152b3-7

• युज्यते (yujyate)
= य ु ज ् य त े
Skt: युज्यते (yujyate) - is engaged - OnlineSktDict

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p152b4

• युज्यस्व (yujyasva)
Skt: युज्यस्व (yujyasva) - engage (fight)  - OnlineSktDict

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• युञ्जतः (yuJNjataH) युञ्जतः = यु ञ् जत
Skt: युज्न्जतः (yuJNjataH) - constantly engaged  - OnlineSktDict

UKT: The Devanagari has been rendered first by Lucida Sans Unicode and then by Arial Unicode.
Please note that rendering engines can be a source of your spelling problems. - UKT110322

• युञ्जन् (yuJNjan.h) युञ्जन्
Skt: युज्न्जन् (yuJNjan.h) - practicing - OnlineSktDict

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p153top

• युञीत (yuJNiita)
युञीत = य ु ञ ी त
Skt: युज्न्जीत (yuJNiita) - must concentrate in KRishhNa consciousness - OnlineSktDict

• युञ्ज्यात् (yuJNjyaat.h) युञ्ज्यात् = य ु ञ ् ज ् य ा त ्
Skt: युज्न्ज्यात् (yuJNjyaat.h) - should execute - OnlineSktDict

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• युत (yuta)
Skt: युत (yuta) - equipped with  - OnlineSktDict

• युतक (yutaka)
Skt: युतक (yutaka) - (n) shirt - OnlineSktDict

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• युद्ध (yuddha)
Skt: युद्ध (yuddha) - Planetary War - OnlineSktDict

• युद्धं (yuddhaM)
Skt: युद्धं (yuddhaM) - war - OnlineSktDict

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• युद्धविशारदाः (yuddhavishaaradaaH)
Skt: युद्धविशारदाः (yuddhavishaaradaaH) - experienced in military science - OnlineSktDict

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• युद्धात् (yuddhaat.h)
Skt: युद्धात् (yuddhaat.h) - than fighting - OnlineSktDict

• युद्धाय (yuddhaaya)
Skt: युद्धाय (yuddhaaya) - for the sake of fighting - OnlineSktDict

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• युद्धे (yuddhe)
= य ु द ् ध े
Skt: युद्धे (yuddhe) - in the fight  - OnlineSktDict

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p153b1

• युधामन्युः (yudhaamanyuH)
Skt: युधामन्युः (yudhaamanyuH) - Yudhamanyu - OnlineSktDict

• युधि (yudhi)
Skt: युधि (yudhi) - in the fight - OnlineSktDict

• युधिष्ठिरः (yudhishhThiraH)
Skt: युधिष्ठिरः (yudhishhThiraH) - Yudhisthira - OnlineSktDict

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p153b1-2

• युध्य (yudhya)
Skt: युध्य (yudhya) - fight - OnlineSktDict

• युध्यते (yudhyate)
Skt: युध्यते (yudhyate) - (4 ap ) to fight - OnlineSktDict

• युध्यस्व (yudhyasva)
Skt: युध्यस्व (yudhyasva) - fight - OnlineSktDict

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p153b1-3

• युयुत्सवः (yuyutsavaH)
Skt: युयुत्सवः (yuyutsavaH) - desiring to fight - OnlineSktDict

• युयुत्सुं (yuyutsuM)
Skt: युयुत्सुं (yuyutsuM) - all in a fighting spirit - OnlineSktDict

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p153b1-4

• युयुधानः (yuyudhaanaH)
Skt: युयुधानः (yuyudhaanaH) - Yuyudhana - OnlineSktDict

• युवन् (yuvan.h)
Skt: युवन् (yuvan.h) - young - OnlineSktDict

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• युवा (yuvaa)
Skt: युवा (yuvaa) - the two youths - OnlineSktDict

• युष्मासु (yushhmaasu)
Skt: युष्मासु (yushhmaasu) - (Masc. Loc. Pl.) among yourselves - OnlineSktDict

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{yu} यू
p153b2-2

• यूथ (yuutha)
Skt: यूथ (yuutha) - (neut) collection, troop - OnlineSktDict

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{} ये
p153b2-3

• ये (ye)
Skt: ये (ye) - those who - OnlineSktDict

• येथेच्चया (yethechchayaa)
Skt: येथेच्चया (yethechchayaa) - (adverb) at will - OnlineSktDict

• येन (yena)
Skt: येन (yena) - by whom - OnlineSktDict

• येनकेनचित् (yenakenachit.h)
Skt: येनकेनचित् (yenakenachit.h) - with anything - OnlineSktDict

• येषां (yeshhaaM)
Skt: येषां (yeshhaaM) - whose - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes

Yuga युग

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuga 100115, 100124

Yuga (युग) {yu.ga.} in Hindu philosophy is the name of an 'epoch' or 'era' within a cycle of four ages. These are the Satya Yuga (or Krita Yuga), the Treta Yuga, the Dvapara Yuga and finally the Kali Yuga. [UKT: these internet links will take you to the following.]

The Satya Yuga (सत्य युग), also called Sat Yuga, Krta Yuga and Krita Yuga in Hinduism, is the "Yuga (Age or Era) of Truth", when mankind is governed by gods, and every manifestation or work is close to the purest ideal and mankind will allow intrinsic goodness to rule supreme.

The Treta Yuga (त्रेता युग)is the second out of four yugas, or ages of mankind, in the religion of Hinduism, following the Satya Yuga of perfect morality and preceding the Dvapara Yuga. The most famous events in this yuga were Lord Vishnu's fifth, sixth and seventh incarnations as Vamana[1], Parashurama and Ramachandra respectively. The Dharma bull, which symbolises morality, stood on three legs during this period. It had all four in the Satya Yuga and two in the later Dvapara Yuga. Currently, in the immoral age of Kali, it stands on one leg .

Dvapara Yuga or Dwapara Yuga (द्वापर युग) is the third out of four yugas, or ages, described in the scriptures of Hinduism. This yuga comes after Treta Yuga and is followed by Kali Yuga.

Kali Yuga (कलियुग, lit. "age of (the male demon) Kali", or "age of vice") is the last of the four stages that the world goes through as part of the cycle of yugas described in the Indian scriptures. The other ages are Satya Yuga, Treta Yuga and Dvapara Yuga. [UKT ¶]

According to the Surya Siddhanta, an astronomical treatise that forms the basis of all Hindu and Buddhist calendars, Kali Yuga began at midnight (00:00) on 18 February 3102 BCE [1] in the proleptic Julian calendar, or 23 January 3102 BC in the proleptic Gregorian calendar. This date is also considered by many Hindus to be the day that Krishna died after being mortally wounded by an arrow. Most interpreters of Hindu scriptures believe that earth is currently in Kali Yuga. [UKT ¶]

Some, such as Swami Sri Yukteswar,[2] David Frawley,[3] and Paramhansa Yogananda[4] believe that it is now near the beginning of Dvapara Yuga. The Kali Yuga is traditionally thought to last 432,000 years.

Hindus believe that human civilization degenerates spiritually during the Kali Yuga,[5] which is referred to as the Dark Age because in it people are as far removed as possible from God. Hinduism often symbolically represents morality (dharma) as a bull. In Satya Yuga, the first stage of development, the bull has four legs, but in each age morality is reduced by one quarter. By the age of Kali, morality is reduced to only a quarter of that of the golden age, so that the bull of Dharma has only one leg.[6][7]

Kali Yuga is associated with the apocalypse demon Kali, not to be confused with the goddess Kālī (these are unrelated words in the Sanskrit language). The "Kali" of Kali Yuga means "strife, discord, quarrel, or contention."

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