from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Indic. No longer in scientific use.
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- proper n. Sanskrit
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sanskrit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or derived from Sanskrit.
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Vedic, yogic, Sanskritic, ancient Indian and Eastern were the pseudonyms of choice to source key elements of Hindu teachings: bhakti, karma and moksha, even the Bhagavad Gita, one of Hinduism's most revered scriptures.
She's envisioning something like a galactic explosion outward from a Sanskritic big bang of three or maybe five thousand years ago.
For example, a condom campaign in India in the 1970s involved renaming the product Nirodh from a Sanskritic word meaning “protection”.
Zemblan, like many Sanskritic languages, is well suited to charades, hence Roth's interest.
The Balijas were proud of their Sudra status, in a world previously dominated by a classical Sanskritic varna scheme that insisted that kings had to be Kshatriya (two castes higher than Sudras).
Angkor Wat was devoted to Vishnu; this may reveal an awareness of and sensitivity to the larger Sanskritic world, since this sect was prominent at the time in India and Java.
The language of the Weddas is regarded as a base descendant of the most complete and first known form of Aryan speech, the Sanskrit; and the Weddas are set down as descendants of the Sanskritic Aryans, who conquered India.
He advised them instead to learn Hindustani, which should contain all words of Sanskritic as well as Persian or Arabic origin that are used by the man in the street.
Though Kashmírí and the Shina-Khowár tongues belong to the Aryan group, their basis is supposed to be non-Sanskritic, and it is held that there is a strong non-Sanskritic or
He tells in one of his books of his many and extensive travels, his profound researches in Sanskritic lore, his constant meditations and his ceaseless inquirings.