The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Sanskrit or saṃskṛta - constructed, well-formed, perfected, cooked, highly wrought



“Sanskrit” is an English word, spelled and pronounced according to English convention. The word in Sanskrit is संस्कृता वाक् saṃskṛtā vāk or saṃskṛtam.


saskta
sa-sk [p= 1121,1] [L=227087]
(or -skta) put together , constructed , well or completely formed , perfected Lalit.

RV. &c &c

MBh. R. BhP.

S3Br. &c

esp. applied to highly wrought speech , such as the Sanskrit language as opp , to the vernaculars) Mn. MBh. &c
sa-sk [L=227087.25]
a man of one of the three classes who has been sanctified by the purificatory rites W.
sa-sk [L=227087.30]
a learned man MW.
sa-sk [L=227087.35]
a word formed according to accurate rules , a regular derivation ib.
sa-sk [L=227087.40]
making ready , preparation or a prepared place , sacrifice RV. TS. S3Br. Gr2S3rS.
sa-sk [L=227087.45]
a sacred usage or custom MW.
sa-sk [L=227087.50]



the Sanskrit language (cf. above ) S3iksh. Bhar. Das3ar.

Sanskrit as an Artificial Way of Speaking

(H2) mfn.
[L=227087.05]made ready , prepared , completed , finished
[L=227087.10]dressed , cooked (as food)
[L=227087.15]purified , consecrated , sanctified , hallowed , initiated
[L=227087.20]refined , adorned , ornamented , polished , highly elaborated (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

If we look at the definition of “Sanskrit” we see that the word means, “highly wrought speech.” What does “highly wrought” mean? – fancy, fussy, ostentatious, conceited, affected. Pretentious. Grandiose.

elaborate, intricate; busy, careful, complex, complicated, decorated, detailed, elegant, embellished, exact, extensive, extravagant, fancy, fussy, garnished, high tech, highly wrought , imposing, knotty, labored, labyrinthine, luxurious, many-faceted, minute, ornamented, ornate, ostentatious, overdone, overworked, painstaking, perfected, plush, posh, precise, prodigious, refined, showy, skillful, sophisticated, studied, thorough, with all the extras, with all the options, with bells and whistles Antonyms: general, normal, plain, regular, simple, uncomplicated, unelaborate, uninvolved, usual--- and pompous, grandiloquent Synonyms: balderdash, big-talking, declamatory, euphuistic, flowery, full of hot air, fustian, grandiose, high-flown, highfalutin, fancy Part of Speech: adjective Definition: extravagant, ornamental Synonyms: adorned, baroque, beautifying, chichi*, complicated,Main Entry: affected Part of Speech: adjective Definition: changed in a bad or artificial way Synonyms: apish, artificial, assumed, awkward, campy, chichi*, conceited, contrived, counterfeit, counterfeited, faked, false, feigned, fraud*, gone Hollywood, ham, hammy, high falutin', hollow, imitated, insincere, melodramatic, ostentatious, overdone, pedantic, phony, playacting, pompous, precious, pretended, pretentious, put-on, schmaltzy, self-conscious, shallow, sham*, simulated, spurious, stiff, stilted, studied, superficial, theatrical, unnatural Antonyms: ok, unchanged, unhurt, unimpaired, uninjured




Sanskrit Words for Perfected

1 pūrta (perfected) 2 yogasiddha (perfected) 3 rāddha (perfected) 4 saṃskārya (perfected) 5 saṃskṛta (perfected) 6 saṃskṛtavat (perfected) 7 samparipūrṇa (perfected) 8 sādhita (perfected) 9 sādhya (perfected) 10 siddha (perfected) 11 siddhadeva (perfected) 12 siddhadhātu (perfected) 13 siddhaprāya (perfected) 14 siddharasa (perfected) 15 siddhavidyā (perfected) 16 siddhasaṃgha (perfected)

 pūrta

pūrtá [p= 642,3] [L=127782]
filled , full , complete , completed , perfected Pur.

iṣṭaś ca pūrtaś ca dharmau = iṣṭāpūrta q.v. Ma1rkP. )

L.
pūrtá [L=127785]
fulfilling , fulfilment
pūrtá [L=127786]
granting , rewarding , a reward , merit , a meritorious work , an act of pious liberality (such as feeding a Brahman , digging a well &c ) RV. &c
pūrtá [L=127787]
keeping , guarding L.
pūrtá [L=127788]
N. of wk. (also -kamabā*kara)

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=127783](
[L=127784]covered , concealed
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

 yogasiddha

yóga--siddha [p= 857,2] [L=172559]
perfected by means of Yoga BhP. Col.
yóga--siddha [L=172560]
N. of an author Cat.

(H3) 

mfn.
(H3B) m.

 rāddha

rāddhá [p= 876,2] [L=177154]
accomplished , brought about , perfected , achieved , prepared , ready (n. impers. " it has been achieved by " , with instr.) Ka1tyS3r. BhP.

Br. Kaus3.

BhP.

MW.

ib.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=177155]successful , fortunate , happy
[L=177156]fallen to the share or lot of any one
[L=177157]propitiated , conciliated
[L=177158]perfect in mysterious or magical power , adept , initiated

 saskārya

sa-° skārya [p= 1120,3] [L=227083]
to be prepared or perfected &c

Mn. MBh. &c

astron.) to be corrected Gol.

Sarvad.

(H3) 

mfn.
[L=227084]to be consecrated or hallowed with the necessary ceremonies
[L=227085](in
[L=227086]receiving a mental impression

 saskta

sa-sk [p= 1121,1] [L=227087]
(or -skta) put together , constructed , well or completely formed , perfected Lalit.

RV. &c &c

MBh. R. BhP.

S3Br. &c

esp. applied to highly wrought speech , such as the Sanskrit language as opp , to the vernaculars) Mn. MBh. &c
sa-sk [L=227087.25]
a man of one of the three classes who has been sanctified by the purificatory rites W.
sa-sk [L=227087.30]
a learned man MW.
sa-sk [L=227087.35]
a word formed according to accurate rules , a regular derivation ib.
sa-sk [L=227087.40]
making ready , preparation or a prepared place , sacrifice RV. TS. S3Br. Gr2S3rS.
sa-sk [L=227087.45]
a sacred usage or custom MW.
sa-sk [L=227087.50]
the Sanskrit language (cf. above ) S3iksh. Bhar. Das3ar. &c

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=227087.05]made ready , prepared , completed , finished
[L=227087.10]dressed , cooked (as food)
[L=227087.15]purified , consecrated , sanctified , hallowed , initiated
[L=227087.20]refined , adorned , ornamented , polished , highly elaborated (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

 sasktavat

sa-sktá---vat [L=227087.75]
one who has perfected or elaborated or finished MW.

(H3) 

mfn.

 samparipūra

sam-pari-pūra [p= 1172,2] [L=236089]
( √ p) quite filled , fully satisfied R.

(H1) 

mfn.
[L=236090]perfected

 sādhita

sādhita [p= 1201,2] [L=241595]
brought about , accomplished , perfected &c

Ma1rkP.

Pan5cat.

BhP.

= dāpita) L.

W.

ib.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=241596]mastered , subdued
[L=241597]proved , demonstrated ,
[L=241598]made , appointed
[L=241599]punished by a fine , made to pay (
[L=241600]awarded (as a punishment or fine)
[L=241601]recovered (as a debt)

 sādhya

sādhyá [p= 1202,1] [L=241741]
to be subdued or mastered or won or managed , conquerable , amenable MBh. R. &c

L.

Sus3r. MBh. Katha1s.

Vop.

Ka1v.

Mn. MBh. &c

Ka1s3.

Car.

Sarvad. Bha1sha1p. Kpr.

Ragh. Sa1h.

VarBr2S. Gan2it.

MW.

sādhyas (» below) MBh. BhP.
sādhyá [L=241754]
(pl.) " they that are to be propitiated " , N. of a class of celestial beings (belonging to the gaa-devatā q.v. , sometimes mentioned in the veda [see RV. x , 90 , 16] ; in the S3Br. their world is said to be above the sphere of the gods ; according to yāska [ Nir. xii , 41] their locality is the bhuvarloka or middle region between the earth and sun ; in Mn. i , 22 , the sādhyas are described as created after the gods with natures exquisitely refined , and in iii , 195 , as children of the soma-sads , sons of virāj ; in the purāas they are sons of sādhyā , and their number is variously twelve or seventeen ; in the later mythology they seem to be superseded by the siddhas » siddha ; and their names are manas , mant , prā*a , nara , pāna , vinirbhaya , naya , daśa , nārāyaa , vṛṣa , prabhu) RV. &c
sādhyá [L=241755]
the god of love L.
sādhyá [L=241756]
N. of a Vedic ṛṣi. IndSt.
sādhyá [L=241757]
of the 21st astronomical yoga L.
sādhyá [L=241759]
accomplishment , perfection W.
sādhyá [L=241760]
an object to be accomplished , thing to be proved or established , matter in debate ib.
sādhyá [L=241761]
(in logic) the major term in a syllogism ib.
sādhyá [L=241762]
silver L.
sādhyá [L=241763]
N. of a sāman A1rshBr.
sādhya [p= 1202,3] [L=241871]
» col.1.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=241742]to be summoned or conjured up
[L=241743]to be set to rights , to be treated or healed or cured
[L=241744]to be formed (grammatically)
[L=241745]to be cultivated or perfected
[L=241746]to be accomplished or fulfilled or brought about or effected or attained , practicable , feasible , attainable
[L=241747]being effected or brought about , taking place
[L=241748]to be prepared or cooked
[L=241749]to be inferred or concluded
[L=241750]to be proved or demonstrated
[L=241751]to be found out by calculation
[L=241752]to be killed or destroyed
[L=241753]relating to the
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
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(H2B) n.
(H1) &c

 siddha

siddha 1 [p= 1215,1] [L=244299]
driven off , scared away Pan5cavBr.
siddha 2 [L=244302]
accomplished , fulfilled , effected , gained , acquired MBh. Ragh.

BhP.

dat. or comp.) MBh. R. &c

» 2. siddhi) ib.

W.

Katha1s.

Mn. MBh. &c

Pan5cat.

» as°)

Pat. Mn. Sa1m2khyak. Sarvad.

W.

W.

ib.

Hit.

= prasiddha) A1s3vS3r. R. &c

Ca1n2. Ra1jat.


gen.) Pan5cat. Katha1s.

Ma1lati1m.

Pat.
siddha 2 [L=244322]
a siddha or semidivine being of great purity and perfection and said to possess the eight supernatural faculties (» 2. siddhi ; accord. to some , the siddhas inhabit , together with the munis &c , the bhuvar-loka or atmosphere between the earth and heaven ; accord. to VP. eighty-eight thousand of them occupy the regions of the sky north of the sun and south of the seven ṛṣis ; they are regarded as immortal , but only as living to the end of a kalpa [q.v.] ; in the later mythology the are some times confused with the ; sādhyas [q.v.] or take their place) A1s3vGr2. MBh. &c
siddha 2 [L=244323]
any inspired sage or prophet or seer (e.g. vyāsa , kapila &c ) ib.
siddha 2 [L=244324]
any holy personage or great saint (esp. one who has attained to one of the states of beatitude cf. sālokya) MBh. Ka1v. &c
siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244325]
any great adept in magic or one who has acquired supernatural powers ib.
siddha 2 [L=244326]
(with jainas) a jina or arhat
siddha 2 [L=244327]
N. of the number 24 (cf. jina)
siddha 2 [L=244328]
the 21st of the astron. yogas. L.
siddha 2 [L=244329]
a lawsuit , judicial trial (= vyavahāra) L.
siddha 2 [L=244330]
N. of a deva-gandharva MBh.
siddha 2 [L=244331]
of a rājari ib.
siddha 2 [L=244332]
of a king Ra1jat.
siddha 2 [L=244333]
of a brother of jajja ib.
siddha 2 [L=244334]
of a Brahman Buddh.
siddha 2 [L=244335]
of an author Cat.
siddha 2 [L=244336]
a kind of thorn-apple L.
siddha 2 [L=244337]
another plant or a sort of hard sugar (= gua) L.
siddha 2 [L=244338]
(pl.) N. of a people MBh. VP.
siddha 2 [L=244342]
magic , supernatural power Pan5car.
siddha 2 [L=244343]
sea-salt L.

(H2) 

mfn.
(H2) mfn.
[L=244303]one who has attained his object , successful
[L=244304]one who has attained the highest object , thoroughly skilled or versed in (
[L=244305]perfected , become perfect , beatified , endowed with supernatural faculties (
[L=244306]sacred , holy , divine , illustrious
[L=244307]hit (as a mark)
[L=244308]prepared , cooked , dressed (as food)
[L=244309]healed , cured
[L=244310]valid (as a rule in grammar
[L=244311]admitted to be true or right , established , settled , proved
[L=244312]resulting from
[L=244313]adjudicated , decided , terminated (as a lawsuit)
[L=244314]paid , liquidated , settled (as a debt)
[L=244315]ready for payment (as money)
[L=244316]well-known , notorious , celebrated (
[L=244317]effective , powerful , miraculous , supernatural
[L=244318]Vet
[L=244319]subdued , brought into subjection (by magical powers) , subject or obedient to (
[L=244320]peculiar , singular
[L=244321]invariable , unalterable
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
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(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.

 siddhadeva

siddha--deva [L=244369]
" perfected deity " , N. of śiva L.

(H3) 

m.

 siddhadhātu

siddha--dhātu [L=244371]
perfected mineral , quicksilver L.

(H3) 

m.

 siddhaprāya

siddha--prā* ya [L=244397]
almost accomplished , nearly perfected MW.

(H3) 

mfn.

 siddharasa

siddha--rasa [L=244422]
" perfected metallic fluid " , quicksilver Naish.
1215,3] [L=244423]
siddha even in the present life (and so acquires supernatural powers) Can2d2.

W.
siddha--rasa [L=244425]
possessing perfected metallic fluids , mineral , metallic ib.

(H3) 

m.
[p= one who by means of quicksilver becomes a
[L=244424]an alchemist
(H3B) mfn.

 siddhavidyā

siddha--vidyā [L=244448]
the doctrine relating to perfected beings Pan5car.

partic. form of the mahā-vidyā L.

(H3) 

f.
[L=244449]a

 siddhasagha

siddha--sagha [L=244454]
a company of siddhas , assemblage of perfected beings W.

(H3) 

m.