ápi [p= 55,1] [L=10132]
pi (» pi-dbh , pi-dhā , pi-nah) , expresses placing near or over , uniting to , annexing , reaching to , proximity , &c ([cf. Gk. πί Zd. api ; Germ. and Eng. prefix be])


(As a separable adv.) and , also , moreover , besides , assuredly , surely

or api-ca , as well as

*pi or na apivā or na nacā*pi , neither , nor , *pi , (and at the beginning of a sentence) api-ca , moreover.

anyad api , also another , something more

*pi , this very day , even now

*pi , even thus , notwithstanding

, even if , although

*pi , although , nevertheless

, never at any time: sometimes in the sense of but , only , at least e.g. muhūrtam api , only a moment.

e.g. ko 'pi , any one

*pi , anywhere.

e.g. caturām api varānām , of all the four castes.

but , but yet.
api [p= 1314,2] [L=310770]

api-api), as well-as, ib.
(H1) or sometimes
[L=10132.1]in later Sanskrit its place seems frequently supplied by
[L=10132.2]api api
[L=10132.3]na vā
[L=10133]is often used to express emphasis , in the sense of even , also , very
[L=10133.4]yady api
[L=10133.5]yadyapi tathā
[L=10133.6]na kadācid api
[L=10134]may be affixed to an interrogative to make it indefinite ,
[L=10135]imparts to numerals the notion of totality
[L=10136]may be interrogative at the beginning of a sentence.
[L=10137]may strengthen the original force of the Potential , or may soften the Imperative , like the English " be pleased to "
[L=10137.1]sometimes it is a mere expletive.
[L=10138]api tu
(H2) (also) suppose that, perhaps,