The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Kuti-Curvature


kui
kui [p= 288,2] [L=51543]
" a curvature , curve " » bhk° , bhruk°

= kuī q.v.) Un2. iv , 144
kui [L=51545]
a tree L.
kui [L=51546]
the body L.
kui [p= 288,3] [L=51632]
» ib.
(H2) f.
[L=51544]a hut , cottage , hall , shop (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2) &c
 kuī
kuī [p= 288,1] [L=51523]
g. gaurā*di ( Gan2ar. 47) .
kuī [p= 288,2] [L=51588]
" a curvature , curve " » bhk° , bhruk°

MBh. R. &c

Car. Sus3r.

L.

L.

murā) , or = surā (spirituous liquor) L.
kuī [p= 288,3] [L=51639]
» ib.
(H2B) f.
(H2) f.
[L=51589]a hut , cottage , house , hall , shop
[L=51590]a room with openings used for fumigations
[L=51591]a bawd
[L=51592]a nosegay , bundle or tuft of flowers or vegetables
[L=51593]a kind of perfume (commonly
(H2) &c





A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 288
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- 2005 - 1333 pages - Preview
(Pan.iv, 4, 1 8) crouching, coming stealthily (like a hunter on his prey ; a particular movement on the stage), Vikr. ; a tool used by a blacksmith, Pan. iv, 4, 18, KSs. Kuti, f. 'a curvature, curve,' seeb/irik0, bhru- k0 ; a hut, ...
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Sir Monier Monier-Williams
The Kautilīya Arthaśāstra - Page 112
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, R. P. Kangle - 1997 - 302 pages - Preview
This etymology is hardly satisfactory. as the root Id is not attested early. One could get the same meaning from kutila, with a better etymology, by understanding kufa plus the suffix Ha (ilac) which has the sense of the possessive. ...
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Kauṭalya

Anthropological linguistics: Volume 28
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- 1986 - Snippet view
... lexicon includes an extensive set of terms denoting circularity, circular motion, curvature, twisting, and inversion. ... Two syntactically ambivalent stems relevant to the present discussion drawn from this set are mit'a and kuti. ..
Indiana University. Archives of Languages of the World


Transactions of the Philological Society
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- 1946 - Snippet view
Skt. kut- to become crooked or curved, kuti- curvature, kutika- bent, crooked, kutila- crooked | Ta. kotu crooked, kuta curved, bent, kutakkam bend, curve, kutanku to bend, Ma. kotu bent, Ka. kudu bent, crooked. Cald.3 p. 584, Kitt. no. ...
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Philological Society (Great Britain)

Collected papers on Dravidian linguistics
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- 1968 - 340 pages - Snippet view
Skt. kut- to become crooked or curved, kuti curvature, kutika- bent, crooked, kutila- crooked || Ta. kotu crooked, kuta curved, bent, kutakkam bend, curve, kutanku to bend, Ma. kotu bent, Ka kudu bent, crooked, Cald.3 p. 584, Kitt. no. ...
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Thomas Burrow

Essays in early Indian architecture
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, Michael W. Meister, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts - 1992 - 151 pages - Snippet view
The root meaning of kut is "curvature," and there can be little doubt that kuti in the sense of "hut" (also "nest," cf. Tamil kudu equivalent to siha-panjara) implied primarily an arbour or simple shelter constructed of entwined ...
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Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy

Indus Script Cipher - Page 199
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- 2010 - 470 pages - Preview
()The first sign from right on line 1 of Inscribed text 4251 and connotes 'cast bronze'; it is a glyptic formed of a pair of brackets (): kutila 'bent'; rebus: kutila, katthH = bronze (8 parts copper and 2 parts tin) [cf. ara-kuta, ...
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S. Kalyanaraman