S

sa
1. one; all; any; with; during, as long as; according to; after. 2. indicative personal pronoun; see sang, si
sāk
destroyed; damaged; to fall down, to collapse; asāk loose, free, separated, escaped, flown; disappeared, gone; damaged; masāk damaged; to penetrate; sumāk to destroy
saka
1. from; to originate from; because; for (the sake of); saka-saka beginning, commencement, start; see sangka. 2. pole. 3. sinaka attacked
sakaṇṭaka
(S) thorny
sakatambay
(sakatambe) the next day, the next morning; sakatambesuk the next day, the next morning
sakānti
(S) to radiate, to illuminate
sakāma
(S) to fall in love; sakāmākāma at one's pleasure, to one's heart's content
sakaranti
(S saṃkrānti) transition, change

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sakarěng
just; a moment, an instant; at that moment; when
sakari
from; because
sakaring
from; because
sakāryita
to agree
sakala
(S) everything; appearance; visible; anakala clearly visible; sinakalakěn known; marked, seen
sakalaguṇa
(S) all kinds of skills
sakalajagat
(S) the whole world
sakalajagatpālaka
(S) protector of the whole world
sakalaniṣkalātmaka
(S) protector of the whole world
sakalabhuwanatuṣṭikāraṇa
(S) to cause the whole world to be satidfied
sakalaśāstra
(S) all kinds of science
sakalīkāraṇa
(S) all compulsory ceremonies
sakī
(S sakhī) female friend; foster-mother
sakit
asakit ill, sick; wounded; anakiti to torture, to wound
sakuṭumbā
(S) with the whole family
sakuṭumbī
(S) with wife
sakulagotra
(S) with one's family, with the whole family
sakeng
because (of); from
sakotuka
(S sakantuka) to want to know
sakta
(S) to like, be fond of; to stick to; sakta ring guṇa to like very much
sakti
(S) 1. enjoyment, pleasure. 2. condition, stipulation

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sakrama
(S) respectful, honorable, polite; duly, properly
sakrodha
(S) angrily
sakrośa
one krośa long
sākṣāt
(S) obvious, clear; just like, comparable to
sākṣātkṛta
(S) clear, obvious; made clear, made obvious
sākṣī
(S sākṣin) witness, evidence; present, to attend
sākṣībhūta
(S) to become a witness; to attend
sagadgada
(S) affected; startled
sagan
1. belvedere, raised platform, stage, tower. 2. spectators
sāgara
(S) ocean, sea; sea temple
sāgarajala
(S) seawater
sāgaratīra
(S) shore, coast
sagala
everything, all kinds of; see sakala
sagila
nearly
saguṇa
(S) modest; experience; useful to/for
sagula
with sugar
sagotra
(S) with the whole family; with all descendants
sagorawa
(S sagaurawan) respectful, reverential, polite
sang
honorific particle; see si, sa
sanga
nine
sangā
sinangā roasted
sangap
sangapěn ought to be swallowed

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sangapa
who; see syapa
sangi
pasangi vow, promise
sangit
smell of something burnt
sangir
sinangir sharpened, whetted
sangu
provisions, victuals; asangu provisioned; food, foodstuff
sangka
(place of) origin, source; reason; beginning, commencement; cause; sangka ri because; sangka ring cause; because
sangkaṭa
(S) george; valley, ravine
sangkathā
story
sangkapaṇi
(S śangkapāṇi) with a snail in the hand; asangkapaṇi palace-priest
sangkala
(S śṛngkhalā) chain; sinangkala chained; tortured, molested
sangkalpa
(S) decision; plan; intention; hope
sangkěp
complete, prepared, ready
sangkīrṇṇa
(S saṃkīrṇṇa) mixed, mingled
sangku
washing basin, bowl
sangkul
sangkulěn will be carried out, will be worked at
sangke
from; because
sangkeng
(sangka + ing) tan sangkeng not because
sangketa
(S) union, alliance; agreement, contract
sangkyā
(S saṃkhyā) total, number; much, many
sangkrānta
(S) discussed; passed
sangkṣipta
(S) omitted; undone, nullified, denied, destroyed, cancelled

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sangkṣepa
(S) in short, in a word; abstract, summary, resumé, summing-up; conclusion
sangga
anangga 1. to hold up high, to lift up high. 2. to have sexual intercourse
sanggama
(S) meeting; union, association; marriage; coitus, sexual intercourse
sanggar
temple, chapel
sanggah
sumanggah to think, to guess, to suppose; to accuse; to say; to consider, to regard
sanggěp
sanggěpan complete, prepared; to gather, to meet
sanggěm
prepared, ready
sangging
a side dish made of blood
sanggup
willing, ready, able, capable
sangguh
anangguh to think, to guess, to suppose; to consider, to regard; to accuse; to suspect
sanggrāma
(S) fight
sanggrāmabhūmi
(S) battlefield
sanggraha
(S) gathering; meeting; many, much; preparation; present, gift; entertainment; sinanggraha prepared; supplied, made available; awaited, expected; equipped; entertained; intended
sanggha
(S) mass; general, public; layman
sangghata
(S sangghāta) fight, battle
sangghani
musical instrument made of glass; asangghani to play the sangghani; masangghani mixed, alternating with, varied by; sumangghani to lead; to build, to erect, to establish; to accompany
sanggharṣa
(S) shift; match, competition; enthusiasm, cheerfulness, animation
sangcūrṇṇa
(S saṃcūrṇṇa) destroyed, annihilated

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sangjña
(S saṃjña) name; title; see sajña
sangjñita
(S saṃjñita) named, called
sangtabya
(S kṣāntawya) forgive me! I beg your pardon! excuse me!
sangyuta
(S saṃyuta) together with
sangyoga
(S saṃyoga) meeting; marriage; pasangyogan bridal room; masangyoga to have sexual intercourse
sangrabdha
(S saṃrabdha) to hold, to grasp, to seize; hurriedly, hastily, in a hurry
sangla
sumangla to bring, to take
sanglök
sumanglök to stick to
sangling
sinangling rubbed, wiped, polished, brushed; washed
sangśaya
(S saṃśaya) 1. doubtful, hesitating; uneasy, worried; afraid; tan sangśaya rahadyan sanghulun kabeh don't be worried because of it, all of you. 2. the more ... the more ...; to increase. 3. the less ... the less ...; to decrease
sangsang
sinangsang hung with (e.g., garlands, cloth, etc.), to be provided with
sangsāra
(S saṃsāra) to live; life; a chain of life and death; misery, grief, sorrow, distress; sufferings; kasangsāran misery, grief, sorrow, distress; sangsāra kṛtasangsāra misery suffered
sangsārārṇṇawa
(S saṃsargga) friend; social intercourse; society, social life
sangsipta
(S saṃkṣipta) 1. short; brief; abridged, shortened. 2. reason
sangsiptamātra
(S saṃkṣiptamātra) only short
sangskāra
(S saṃskāra) ceremony; ceremonial meal of thanksgiving
sangskṛta
(S saṃskṛta) name

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sangsmṛti
(S saṃsmṛti) careful, cautious
sanghat
sinanghat urged, pushed aside
sanghāra
(S saṃhāra) destruction, annihilation; resistance, opposition; confusion; bringing together, collection
sanghārakāla
(S saṃhārakāla) the day of resurrection
sanghārāgni
(S saṃhārāgni) fire of the day of resurrection
sanghāradharma
(S) rule and law of the day of resurrection
sanghir
sumanghir uneasy, worried
sanghub
sheltered, cool; dim, vague; dark
sanghulu
sumanghulu to use the lap as a pillow; sinanghulu his head is put on the lap; sanghulunta aku put my head upon your lap
sanghulun
I; we
sācāra
(S) commonly, usually; all customs, all habitudes
sacāraṇa
(S) with nymphs as singers
sacihna
(S) convinced; proved
sajāti
(S) according to one's talent
sajěng
(sajöng) an alcoholic drink; palm wine; asajěngan palm wine maker; kasajěngan drunken
saji
offerings; entertainment; stock, supply, provisions
sajjana
(S) good person; honest man; honest person
sajjanacarita
(S) charactetistics of a good person; behavior of a good person
sajñā
(S saṃjñā) name
sañcūrṇṇa
(S saṃcūrṇṇa) destroyed, annihilated

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sañjata
(S saṃyata) to gather, to meet; prepared; weapon
saḍa
sinaḍa-saḍa planned, projected, drafted, devised
saḍěk
meal, flour (of rice, corn, etc.), powder; to become flour or meal
saṇḍa
1. mortgage, forfeit; asaṇḍa to pawn (goods), to mortgage (a house). 2. asaṇḍān to lean on; (of a chair) provided with arms, (of a stairway) with bannisters
saṇḍang
silk; anaṇḍang to carry on one's shoulders; to suffer, to bear; saṇḍangan silk; cloth, dress, wear
saṇḍat
anaṇḍat to drag, to pull; to attract
saṇḍing
side; nearby, close by; anaṇḍing side by side; to border on
saṇḍuk
spoon
saṇḍung
to knock one's foot against; obstruction, hindrance, obstacle; manaṇḍung to knock one's foot against
sāt
asāt dry
sata
hen; cock
satak
two hundred
satata
continuous, incessant; regular
satapi
with a winnow (sieve) for rice
satṛṣṇa
with love and pity; with passion
sateja
(S satejas) to shine, to glow, to radiate; clear, bright
satorasi
in fact, in reality; according to the truth
satkula
(S) of good descent
satpada
(S ṣaṭpada) bee

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sātmaka
(S) to form a strong unity
satmata
(S sanmata) permission; allowance
sātmya
(S) unity of soul
satya
(S) 1. loyal; reliable, trustworthy, honest. 2. promise, oath
satyadwaya
(S) the second truth
satyabrata
(S satyawrata) loyal to one's promise or agreement
satyabhakti
(S) loyal and devoted; always loyal
satyawākya
(S satyawākhya) right, true; honest; right word; upright
satyawacana
(S) right; upright; honest
satyawada
(S) right; upright; honest
satrana
friend, comrade
satwa
(S sattwa) 1. creature; animal. 2. the good one; goodness; courage
satwajāti
(S sattwajāti) incarnation as an animal
satwanātha
(S sattwanātha) king of the animals
satwaprabhu
(S sattwaprabhu) king of the animals
sātwika
(S sāttwika) honest; brave; pious
satwendra
(S sattwendra) see satwanātha
satśiṣya
(S) good pupil
sada
1. fruit; result, product. 2. rather
sadak
rolled-up sirih leaf
sadākāla
(S) continuous, incessant
sadampati
(S) with one's wife
sādara
(S) reverence, respect, honor, homage;

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careful, punctual, accurate; friendly, kind
sadarppa
(S) brave, courageous; enthusiastic, cheerful, animated; reckless, audacious; playful, romping
sadasat
(S) essence and non-essence, element and non-element; truth and lie; creature and non-creature
sadasya
(S) assistant in a ceremonial thanksgiving meal; participant, partner; pinakasadasya as an assistant at a ceremonial thanksgiving meal
sadah
animal
sadigawe
not to conform to one's rank or function; startled; improper, indecent
sadu
sadon trustworthy, reliable
sadṛśa
(S) like; to look like; to seem; proper, decent
sade
1. doubted, called into question; manade doubtful; to doubt. 2. sadenya let him, let her; sadenyan ta because
sadoṣa
(S) to sin, sinful, guilty
sadyathrānti
(S) name of sacred formula
sadyopara
(S) hereafter
sadyopalabdhigarbbha
(S) born directly after coitus
sādhaka
(S) 1. fortune-teller; black magician. 2. way, manner
sādhana
(S) solution, settlement, fulfillment; tools or equipment to get; manādhana to struggle, to fight; makasādhana with tools/equipment
sadharmma
(S) just, pious
sadhārmmalekhana
(S) nullification of the right law
sādhu
(S) wise, levelheaded, sedate, strong of character; kind-hearted, good-natured; titled, aristocratic, of noble birth; noble, excellent

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sādhukāra
(S) agreement; support
sādhubuddhi
(S) generous, magnanimous
sādhya
(S) plan; purpose, goal, intention; effort, attempt; asādhya intended, to want to, will
sādhwācāra
(S) to behave well/correctly
san
nine
sana
1. (S āsana) place, seat. 2. (S śāsana) guide, guidance; advice; command, order
sānak
member of the family, relative, relation; asānak to be related, to be brothers/sisters, etc.
sanagara
(S) fellow-citizen
sanāma
(S) namesake, name-child
sanasini
here and there
sānidhya
(S) by concentrating one's thought
saniścaya
(S) surely, certainly; convinced
saniṣṭura
(S saniṣṭhura) hard; cruel; rough
sanu
friend, comrade
sānusmṛti
(S) careful, cautious
sanehsaneh
(S śanaiḥśanaiḥ) gradually
santāna
(S) descendant, offspring; child
santawya
(S kṣantawya) pardon, forgiveness; patience
sāntěn
1. coconut milk. 2. essence, quintessence. 3. chess piece
santun
1. asantun to loiter. 2. bouquet, nosegay
santuṣṭa
(S) satisfied
santuṣṭi
(S) satisfied
santoṣa
satisfied; glad; to trust in God, to

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surrender to God; happiness
sāntwa
(S) kind words; anāntwa to address kindly; to call
sandigdha
(S) uncertain
sandeha
(S) doubtful; uneasy, worried; afraid, to fear; asandeha to doubt
sandyaśa
(S sandeśa) letter, epistle
sandhi
(S) connection; assimilation; joint; common sense, ruse, splendid idea; alliance, union; secret; rule; panandhya ought to be united or associated; ought to be united or associated; ought to be allies
sandhiwelā
(S) twilight, afterglow
sandhiwelārcana
(S) prayer at twilight time
sandhisūtra
(S) textbook on "assimilation and joining"
sandhyā
(S) twilight; asandhyā morning and afternoon prayer
sandhyākāla
(S) twilight
sandhyakṣara
(S) diphthong
sandhyādwaya
(S) the two twilights
sandhyāpāsana
(S) night prayer
sandhyāwelā
(S) twilight, afterglow
sandhyāweṣaṇa
(S) afternoon prayer
sandhyāśoca
(S sandhyāśauca) bathing in the afternoon
sandhyāhorātrakāla
(S) transitional time between day and night; twilight, afterglow
sannikarṣa
(S) close by, nearby; asannikarṣa neighboring, adjacent; to fight
sānnidhya
(S) presence

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sanmata
(S saṃmata) agreement; ananmata to like; to sympathize with, to take pleasure in, to approve; to take care of, to look after, to keep, to support, to breed, to cultivate
sanmuka
(S saṃmukha) presence
sansara
(S saṃsāra) sufferings, hardships, trouble, distress
sapa
who; address, reprimand; anapa to address; manapa to visit, to call on
sapakṣa
(S) partial
sapang
one branch (sa + pang)
sapati
kasapatyan the world of her husband
sapatralīlā
(S) name of a verse form
sapādapīṭa
(S) with a place for the feet
sapadi
1. (S) situation. 2. to pass; past
saparicāra
(S) with one's adherents/followers; with servants
sapi
cow
sapit
pinch; to pinch
sapita
anapita to give lodging/shelter
sapih
anapih to divorce; to separate; to stop
sapu
broom; to wipe, to brush, to rub; sumapwana for sweeping (with a broom)
saput
cover; anaput to cover; to govern, to rule, to control; vague(ly), dim(ly)
saputraputrikā
(S) with son and daughter
sāpekṣa
(S) to pay attention; kasāpekṣan proved, confirmed by proofs
sapta
(S) seven

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saptāgni
(S) seven fires
saptajanmāntara
(S) seven incarnations
saptapātāla
(S) the seven layers of the earth
saptaprakṛti
(S) seven matters of civics
saptamī
(S) the 7th day from the middle of the month
saptarājā
(S) seven kings
saptarasa
(S) the seven kinds of feelings
saptaswāra
(S) seven notes, seven tones
saprakāra
(S) various (kinds); several
sapraṇata
(S) solemnly
sapratiṣṭa
(S) surely, certainly
saphala
(S) successful; with the consequence that; proportionate to; to harmonize with; fitting, suitable
saban
former(ly); whenever
sabarin
though; once
sabuk
belt
sabrang
other side, opposite side (shore, coast); anabrang to cross (a river, a street), to go over to
sabran
each, every
sabsab
thief
sabhā
(S) hall; council, college; open field, square; palace
sabhāgya
(S) happy; in order to
sabhānindita
(S) orderly meeting or sitting; orderly society
sabhāmaṇḍala
(S) hall

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sabhaya
(S) afraid, to fear; startled
sabhāyatama
(S) place of meeting or gathering; place of sitting
sabhāra
(S) heavy
sabharttā
(S) with (her) husband
sābhinaya
(S) famous, well known; to want to know
sābhinawa
(S) new
sabhuwana
the whole world
sabhṛtyaparicara
(S) with servants and followers
sabhṛtyawāhana
(S) with servants and vehicles
sama
equal, similar, alike; together; comparison; sama-sama together; all (of them); sinama made equal, equalized
sāma
(S) agreement, contract
samāgama
(S) marriage; coitus
samagri
(S samagra) all; to meet, to gather
samanggala
(S) to get a good omen
samācāra
(S) careful conduct; cautious behavior
sāmaja
(S) elephant
samatā
(S) similarity, equalization, conformity, resemblance; impartial; merely
samadi
promise
samādhi
(S) meditation; prayer
samana
at that time; former(ly)
samanaduḥka
(S) fellow sufferer
samanāma
(S) namesake, name-child
sāmanta
(S) neighboring country; adjacent

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samantaji
(S) meanwhile
samāntara
(S) contemporary, contemporarily; not long after that; while
samantarāja
(S) king of a neighboring country
sāmānya
(S) common, usual; the common people, the masses
sāmānyajanma
(S) the common people, the masses
samāpta
(S) finished; prepared, ready; already
samabhāga
(S) the same part; sinamabhāga divided equally
samaya
(S) promise; meeting; asamaya to promise
samayalangghana
(S) breach of contact/agreement
samar
vague(ly), dim(ly); not clear; anamar to disguise
samara
(S) fight; battlefield
samarakāryya
(S) to go to war; war task
samarabhumi
(S) battlefield
samaramaṇḍala
(S) battlefield
samaramaraṇa
(S) killed in the fight, killed in the battle
samarawijaya
(S) to win the war
samaropa
(S) introduction; beginning
samaropanaya
(S) attack in the war; conduct of the war
samartha
(S) capable, able, skillful
samarthya
(S) capability, skill
samala
(S) mental defect, bodily defect
samalām
a plant

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samāsa
(S) construction, formation, arrangement, composition
samasukaduḥka
(S) fellow sufferer
samasta
(S) composed, arranged, constructed; whole, entire, all; all kinds of; finished; ready at all
samastabhuwana
(S) the whole world
samahāpuruṣa
(S) like an important person; like a high official
samāhita
(S) meditation
samāhitarūpa
(S) to sit in meditation; meditation posture
saměgět
loaded, burdened; charged (with a task)
samit
(S samidh) firewood
samitra
(S) with a friend; to have a friend
samidha
(S) firewood; see samit
samīpa
(S) close, near; slant, slope; side; edge; rim
samīra
(S) wing; see samīraṇa
samīraṇa
(S) wind; the god of wind
samīraṇasuta
(S) son of the god of wind
samudaya
(S) all; number, total; association, meeting, gathering; n pasamudaya together
samudbhawa
(S) origin; event, happening, phenomenon, process
samudra
(S) sea, ocean
samudramanthana
(S) churning of the ocean
samudropama
(S) like an ocean
samun
asamun quiet, calm, silent; anamun soberly dressed

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samūha
(S) all; number, total; asamūha all; together
samṛddhi
(S) prosperous; happy; rich
samṛddhya
(S) prosperous; happy; rich
samekala
(S samekhala) with a belt
sameni
sinameni to buzz; to rustle
samoda
(S) enthusiastic, cheerful, animated
samodhana
(S sanmodhana) kind words, friendly words
sampang
a tree
sampat
(S) full; complete; riches
sampata
(S) to meet
sampay
(sampe) disdain, humiliation; asampay to disdain, to humiliate; to consider as low/mean/humble
sampar
masamparan to touch
sampět
asampět provided with a hoop or band
sāmpun
1. already; finished. 2. don't
sampura
sinampura forgiven
sampūrṇṇa
(S) perfect, complete
sampaika
see sampay
sampratiṣṭa
(S) to depart, to leave; to go
sampradāya
(S) instinct; habitude, tradition
samprayukta
(S) mixed; collected, gathered
samprīti
(S) friend, comrade
samplah
(S) just like; to resemble precisely
sambang
masambang to patrol
sāmbat
lamentation; cry; call; anāmbat to lament, cry

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sambatsara
(S samwatsara) year
sambaddha
(S) partner, sharer; ally, allied; friend, comrade
sambandha
(S) cause; reason; connection, relation; to grow; asambandha for example
sāmbara
powder; ointment, salve
sambarani
flying (horse)
sambarttaka
(S samwarttakānala) fire of the day of resurrection
sambarttakānala
(S samwarttakānala) fire of the day of resurrection
sambah
anambah to make the sěmbah- greeting; see sěmbah
sāmběk
suitable/fitting with one's desire; sāmběkan all wishes, all desires; see amběk
sambět
sumambět rolled up; to attack
samběr
anamběr to shoot down on (something) (at full speed), to snatch away (suddenly), to attack with lightning speed
sambi
1. while; anambi to do something by the way. 2. kasambi deceived
sambung
anambung to lengthen, to attach, to continue, to go on with, to connect, to join; continued, connected
sāmbut
to welcome; to take (away); to hold, to grasp, to seize; anambut to hold, to grasp, to seize; kasambut killed
samburat
asamburat spouted out; scattered
sambulih
pasambulih compensation; retaliation
sambe
(sambay) call; manambe to call
sambega
(S saṃwega) tremendous, enormous, violent; furious, wild; to incline

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sambong
vehicle, carriage, coach; boat
sambodhana
(S) call
sambyawahāra
(S saṃyawahāra) trade, commerce
sambhawa
(S) (place of) origin, source; in accordance with, according to, suitable; asambhawa capable
sambhāṣana
(S saṃwāsana) to live together; to share a home/house with
sambhrama
kind address; sumambhrama to receive kindly
samya
all; general
samwarttaka
(S) the day of resurrection
samsam
asamsam a division of the śudra caste
sāyaka
(S) arrow
sāyangkāla
(S) afternoon
sayat
to cut fine, to notch; torn
sayab
to descend, to come down; to perch (on), to sit down on
sayawabhumi
the whole island of Java
sayugala
(S) with one's wife
sayut
asayut to keep, to detain, to stop
sāyudha
(S) armed
sayub
an alcoholic drink
sār
spreading; scattering; sumār spread, scattered
sara
1. well (of water); pond; lake. 2. continuous, incessant
sāra
(S) kernel; strong; superior; perfect, complete; prasāra strength, power
sarakat
kasarakat hung, hung up; to lead a miserable life

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sarag
wild, furious; snappish, biting; cheerful, animated; asarag wild, furious; difficult, full of troubles; masarag noisy, busy
sarāga
(S) to fall in love; passionate
saragi
1. a bird. 2. musical instrument made of copper
sarang
sarangan holy place
saraṇi
(S) former; trace, scar; impression
sarat
full; heavy; heavily loaded
sārathi
(S) coachman, driver; groom
sarad
sarad-saradan name of a side dish
saranta
(S śrānta) impatient; tired, fatigued; critical; anaranta to molest, to torture; to disturb, to vex
sarandu
anarandu to widen, to enlarge, to spread, to extend; to soak, to penetrate; to cover entirely, to enclose altogether
sārabali
masārabali very strong
sārabhāra
(S) very strong; asārabhāra to ask for help; assisted by, helped by
sarabhasa
(S) wild, furious; tremendous, enormous, violent
sārabhūta
(S) coachman, driver
sarama
asaramaha will hold a match or competition
sarambah
anarambahi to cover, to overwhelm, to enclose; to widen, to enlarge, to spread, to extend
sarambhaka
(S) to start to work, to begin to carry out
sārasa
(S) duck; a water bird
sarasah
sumarasah spread; scattered

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sarasija
(S) lotus
saraswatī
(S) goddess of wisdom
sāri
1. kernel; essence, quintessence, flower (of rice, corn, etc.). 2. to loiter
sarik
asarik in rows, in lines; sumarik to make a person fall forward, to make a person turn a somersault, to make a person stumble; to ruin a person; sinarik struck, hit (by); kasarik cursed
sarikā
he, she (polite)
sariki
he, she (polite)
sarisari
daily; continuous, incessant
sarung
a skirt
saruni
seruni flower
sare
slant, slope
sareh
patient; tan sareh rough; improper, indecent
saroja
(S) lotus
saroruha
(S) lotus
saroṣa
(S) angrily, angry
sargga
(S) creation
sarggakāla
(S) period of creation
sārjjawa
(S) good, reliable, honest, decent, kind, reasonable
sarppa
(S) snake
sarppabiṣa
(S) snake poison
sarppayājña
(S) sacrifice to kill snakes
sarppawiṣoṣadha
(S) antidote or counter-poison (against snake venom)
sarbwajña
(sarwwajña) omniscient, all-knowing

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sarbwadewatā
(S sarwwadewatā) all gods
sarbwadharmma
(S sarwwadharmma) all religious foundations
sarwaloka
(S sarwwaloka) the whole world; various kinds of worlds/natures; everybody
sarwamantraśāstrajña
(S) knowledge of all sacred formulae and holy scriptures
sarwwakāmaprada
(S) to meet all wishes
sarwwakarmma
(S) all deeds
sarwwakāryakaśita
(S) almighty, omnipotent
sarwwaga
(S) omnipresent, ubiquitous
sarwwagata
(S) to cover everything, to enclose everything
sarwwajña
(S) omniscient, all-knowing
sarwwajñana
(S) omniscient, all-knowing
sarwwatatwādhika
(S) superior in all real sciences
sarwwatobhadra
(S) name of a battle-array
sarwwatomuka
(S sarwwatomukha) to look out upon all directions
sarwwaparṇṇa
(S) various leaves; foliage, leaves
sarwwapuṣpa
(S) various flowers, several flowers
sarwwaprāṇī
(S) various, several, all kinds of; as a living creature; all kinds of living creatures
sarwwaphala
(S) various fruits, all kinds of fruits
sarwwabhakṣa
(S) 1. omnivorous. 2. fire
sarwwabhakṣana
(S) omnivorous
sarwwabhakṣyapāna
(S) various kinds/all kinds of food and drink

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sarwwabhayānaka
(S) anything terrible, anything terrifying, anything frightening
sarwwabhāṣajña
(S) to know all languages
sarwwabhūta
(S) all creatures
sarwwabhoga
(S) to have everything (which has been desired)
sarwwamaṇik
(S) various jewels, all kinds of jewels
sarwwayudha
(S) various weapons, all kinds of weapons
sarwwawāditra
(S) various musical instruments
sarwwawastu
(S) everything; all things
sarwwasuka
(S sarwwasukha) satisfied with everything
sarwwāstra
(S) various arrows
sarwwaswa
(S) the whole property; the whole riches
sarwwi
while
sarwweccha
(S) safe; peacefull, quiet
sarwwendriya
(S) all five senses; all holes in the body
sarwwopakāra
(S) all offerings
sarwwopadeśa
(S) all kinds of teaching; all lessons
sarwwopadrawa
(S) all disasters
salak
a tropical fruit (Zalacca edulis)
salaka
silver
salaga
petal; asalaga to have petals; analaga used as petals
salang
salang-salang collarbone
salanggap
asalanggapan to call each other; to throw at one another

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salangsang
1. a musical instrument. 2. sinalangsangan stuck and arranged
salāmpur
long wide shawl (worn over one's shoulder)
salampura
long wide shawl (worn over one's shoulder)
salaya
adversary, enemy, opponent
salayā
half
salasar
analasar astray
salah
1. fault, mistake; salahiděp misunderstanding. 2. asalah to put; to sit; salahasa disappointed; impatient
salěyö
kasalěyö fatigued, tired, exhausted
salěsök
asalěsök pushed aside, urged
salö
bench, couch
salikur
twenty-one
salit
asalit sharp; pointed
salin
asalin to change
salimā
a kind of tree
salimūr
analimūr to avert (attention); mixed, not pure; dirty
salimpět
analimpětakěn to hide; to flee, to run away
salimput
asalimput covered (with)
salimbe
to lead, to guide
salila
(S) water; asalila to bathe
salīla
(S) while playing; at one's leisure, at one's ease
salilamaya
(S) to consist of water; made of water
saliwah
half black-half white

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saliwěr
saliwěran criss-cross
salisih
asalisihan to touch one another
salisir
sinalisir limited; planted along the side
salisū
unwounded, invulnerable
salu
couch, bench; see salö
saluk
analuki to stab repeatedly, to stick again and again
salukat
a musical instrument
saloka
(S) the whole nature
salobha
(S) covetous, greedy
salwang
gorge, valley, ravine
sawa
python
sawak
anawak to call
sawang
visible; (to look) like; sawang-sawang visible; asawang (to look) like
sawat
1. anawat to throw. 2. asawat difficult
sāwadhāna
(S) to remember; to know; to pay attention
sawara
gang; group; the masses
sawargga
(S) with (one's) family; all relatives, all relations, all members of the family
sawala
anawala to protest, to reject, to oppose, to disprove
sawalan
fruit of the sawalan- palm
sawawa
to look precisely like, to resemble just; sinawawa made equal with; considered equal to
sawah
irrigated rice field; asawah to plant rice; to farm
sawi
1. sawyakěn thrown away. 2. sasawi as small as

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the seed of savoy-cabbage. 3. boundary mark
sawikalpaka
(S) with variety, with variations
sawit
chain; asawit to wear a chain
sawitā
(S sawitar) sun
sawitarkka
(S) to suspect; uneasy, worried
sawismaya
(S) amazed; astonished
sawismṛti
(S) not to remember, to forget
sawung
1. feast, party. 2. anawung to meet, to welcome. 3. cock
sawut
fine, subtle, gentle
sawur
to scatter; manawurakěn to spread
sawus
kasawus scattered, spread
sawe
1. rich; luxuriant. 2. fifty
sawega
furious, wild
sawyāpasawya
(S) left and right, both sides
sawwang
anawwang to cry
saśeṣa
the whole remainder, the whole rest
saśoka
(S) sadly, distressfully
saśokacitta
(S) sadness, distress, sorrow
saśobha
(S) beautiful, splendid
saśri
(S) beautiful, splendid
sāsak
1. a type of wall. 2. manāsak to pass, to cross, to rush past
sasangśaya
(S sasaṃśaya) uneasy, worried; fearfully, in a cowardly way
sasañjata
(S) with a weapon; armed

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sasat
1. to curse oneself. 2. to peel, to shed the skin; torn
sāsana
(S) (provided) with a seat, to have a seat
sasambhawa
(S) well (done); properly, duly; as well as possible
sasar
astray; sinful, guilty; to sin; to go astray; to deviate; wrong, mistaken
sasukhaduḥka
(S) in rain or shine; for better or worse
sasurabhi
(S) fragrant, odorous
sasmita
(S) while smiling, with a smile
saswargga
like a heaven
sah
to separate, to go
saha
(S) and; with
sahakārī
(S) assistant, helper
sahakāryya
(S) aid, help, assistance
sahāgraja
(S) with one's sister or brother
sahang
warm; asahang hot; sharp
sahaja
(S) and; while; as; expressly, intentionally; more; sinahajan meant
sahadhanu
(S) with a bow (weapon)
sahadhūpa
(S) with incense
sahapraṇamuya
(S) with reverence, with respect
sahab
close together, packed; in crowds; jostling each other; thick; asahab covered, provided with a cover; to wrap oneself in
sahabala
(S) with an army
sahabalakośawāhana
(S) with an army, equipment and chariots

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sahabhṛtya
(S) with a crew
sahāmara
(S) another name for Sadewa
sahamūla
(S) down to the roots; with the roots
sahameṣa
(S) with a goat
sahāya
(S) friend; comrade; assistant
sahaya
(S) 1. beautiful. 2. while. 3. prepared, ready
sahāyudha
(S) armed
saharṣa
(S) glad, to feel at one's ease; to feel well, contented
sahawīṇā
(S) with a flute
sahawidhi
(S) according to the rules
sahawidhiwidana
(S) according to tradition and rules
sahaśangka
(S sahaśangkha) with a snail shell
sāhasā
(S) furious, wild; cruel; snappish, biting; brave, courageous
sāhasika
(S) furious, wild; cruel; snappish, biting; brave, courageous
sahāstra
(S) armed with arrows
sahasra
(S) thousand
sahasrakiraṇa
(S) with thousands of beams of light; sun
sahasrāngśumān
(S) with thousands of beams of light
sahasrajanma
(S) a thousand incarnations
sahasrapatra
(S) a thousand leaves
sahasrabhānu
(S) see sahasrakiraṇa
sahasramāsa
(S) a thousand months

--- 578 ---

sahasramuka
(S sahasramukha) with a thousand faces; with a thousand heads, with a thousand mounths
sahasraśata
(S) one hundred thousand
sahaswī
while pushing aside, while urging
sahing-sahing
a small pointed snail
sāhitya
(S) together
sahir
sahiran name of a group/class of people
sahiṣṇu
(S) patient
sahut
to bite; to swallow; to seize, to hold, to grasp
sahur
to answer; retaliation, revenge; compensation
sahoḍha
(S) adopted child
sahopakāra
(S) ceremonial, with a ceremony
sěk
full; packed
sěkar
flower; sěkar taji bouquet, nosegay; sěkar wali a kind of flower; asěkar to blossom, to flower
sěkěl
sad, distressed; asěkěl sad, distressed
sěkung
asěkung snappish, biting; industrious, active
sěkul
cooked rice
sěgěr
asěgěr fresh
sěgěh
entertainment; asěgěh to entertain
sěgö
sěsěgön ought to be convinced of something; one can be convinced
sěgu
sobbing; asěgu to sob
sěgut
suměgut enthusiastic, ardent
sěngka
steep; to ascend; aněngkāken to take upward; to make rise; sěngkān top/summit of a mountain

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sěngkěr
1. cage; boundary, border; prohibition; aněngkěri to lock up; to put in a cage. 2. spike, baluster
sěngkö
cage; fence; surrounding, environs, circle; aněngkö to lock up; to put in a cage; to fence in
sěnggah
aněnggah 1. to think, to guess, to suppose; to suspect, to call; paněnggah name; title. 2. deer
sěngguh
see sěnggah (1)
sěngsěng
glow of a fire; rays of a fire
sěngsöng
1. masěngsöng to make a nest, to nest. 2. to suck. 3. masěngsöng like, similar to, as if
sěnghap
sěnghapěn ambushed
sěnghar
masěnghar sharp
sěnghit
grudge, hate; asěnghit to hate; masěnghit angry
sěñjang
well (for water)
sěḍah
1. sirih leaf. 2. asěḍahan trusted person
sěḍěk
suměḍěk to approach; to stoop
sěḍěng
while; middling, moderate; enough, sufficient; i sěḍěng when; ri sěḍěng ira when he was
sěḍěp
nice, delicious; sěḍěpan delicious kinds of food
sěṇḍi
joint, articulation, hinge; bottom; base; suměṇḍi to replace
sěting
a kind of flower (Homalomena cordata Schatt)
sěnaddha
(S samnaddha) prepared; to prepare (oneself); armed with
sěnāha
(S samnāha) preparation; provisions, victuals; masěnāha equipped with; to equip oneself with
sěněng
glad, contented, to feel well; darling, dear, beloved

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sěnět
narrow; asěnět lonely, still, quiet, silent; to hide; kasěnět far; secluded, isolated, separated; remote
sěněh
masěněh sad, distressed
sěnö
ray, radiance; suměnö to radiate
sěntul
a kind of flower (Sandoricum indicum)
sěpa
asěpa not delicious; insipid
sěpang
siněpang red-colored
sěpat
a kind of fish
sěpah
chewed sirih leaf or sugarcane
sěpěk
mapasěpěkan to address each other, to speak with one another
sěpět
coconut fibre
sěpěn
asěpěn to sprinkle, to splash with
sěpěr
suměpěr to be present in; chatting pleasantly; to make a pleasure trip
sěpi
silent, quiet, still
sěpit
pinch
sěpuh
aněpuhi to gild, to furbish
sěbět
furious, angry; discontented, peevish; sad; vexed, disturbed
sěběl
asěběl cause; with, together with
sěbit
torn
sěbsöb
air; smell
sěma
grave, cemetery, burying ground
sěmang
uneasy, worried; sad, distressed, sorrowful
sěmi
asěmi to bud; to grow

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sěmu
asěmu to look like; to have the same color as; aněmu visible, seen
sěmut
ant
sěmpal
broken, cut off
sěmbawa
siněmbawan agreed
sěmbah
a gesture of homage made by bringing both hands together at the tip of one's nose; a gesture of tribute; the hands folded before the forehead; honor, reverence
sěmbung
a kind of plant (Conyza odorata); suměmbung to grow luxuriantly
sěmbur
asěmburan scattered, spread, sprayed
sěmbe
suměmbe to pray; to ask for help
sěmsěm
siněmsěmakěn to be enjoyed; pleased
sěrat
siněrat written
sěrěng
(srěng) anrěng to aggravate, to increase, to intensify; to urge; hurried(ly), in a hurry; quickly, fast; siněrěng be hurried (up), accelerated
sěrěngěn
angry
sěrět
(srět) asrět to come out with difficulty; hoarse; stopped up; to have a lump in one's throat
sěrěp
(srěp) kasrěpěn pity, compassion, mercy, commiseration; fear
sěrěpět
makasěrěpět to darken
sěrěh
sirih leaf; pasěrěhan place for sirih leaves
sělā
between; sěla-sěla between; chink; sinělan alternated, varied
sělang
anlanga replace! sumělang to replace; to intervene, to interrupt; to do at the same time, to do all at once; uneasy, worried

--- 582 ---

sělat
to slip; sumělat to add secretly, to shove in; slipped in, got in between
sělap
sumělap hidden
sělět
sělětakěn regularly, orderly; to be put in order, regulated
sělěh
anělěhi to radiate, to shine on, to lighten, to illuminate, to light up
sělir
concubine
sěluk
asěluk to protude, protuding
sělur
asělur in crowds; incessant(ly), continuous(ly), endless
sěwö
bud; asěwö to bud; to grow
sěsěk
see sěsök
sěsěg
sěsěgěn to sob
sěsěb
1. aněsěb to cut. 2. maněsěb to extinguish
sěsěr
1. sěsěran ring. 2. aněsěrakěn to urge, to push aside
sěsěl
(sěsöl) regret; aněsěl to regret
sěsěh
1. masěsěh to nest, to build a nest. 2. kasěsěh destroyed, damaged
sěsök
(sěsěk) full; packed; aněsěki to fulfil
sök
much, many; close together, packed; full
söng
ray, radiance; asöng visible, seen; sumöng warm; hot; to soak, to penetrate
sör
dry; sandy
sösěr
masösěr to turn round, to wheel round, to rotate
sösör
sösöran a lump of tobacco used when chewing sirih leaves

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söh
much, many
si
1. personal indicative pronoun; see sa, sang. 2. frequent, often. 3. interjection
sikat
sikatan a bird
sikab
manikab to catch, to lock up, to keep (someone) prisoner
sikāra
(S swīkāra) torture, ill-treatment; asikāra to torture, to mistreat
sikěp
strength; catch; masikěp to wrestle, to catch; silih sikěp to catch one another; to seize each other
siki
one; auxiliary numeral
siku
rectangle, salient angle; elbouw; aniku to turn; to bend; to make a curve or bend; siniku be beaten with the elbow
siga
siga-siga hard; asiga with long steps; wildly, furiously; masiga conceited, haughty
siga-sigun
uneasy, worried; doubtful
sigar
asigar split, burst
sigěg
sigěgěn stopped; neglected, abandoned, renounced
sigi
1. pasigyan torch; lamp. 2. anigi-nigi to investigate, to examine
sigit
manigit to bite; to gnaw
sing
which, that
singat
horn
singi
foremost, (in) the front row; sharp, pointed; ripe
singid
aningidakěn to hide, to conceal
singkap
aningkap to shift, to shove away, to reveal, to unveil, to turn back, to lay open

--- 584 ---

singkal
sisingkalan many eyes
singkuh
kasingkuh hindered, hampered, obstructed
singgah
aninggahana ought to avert or prevent
singgi
ball; masinggi to play ball
singgih
really, in fact, in reality; right, true; amisinggih to admit, to follow, to obey, to listen to, to indulge; to carry out, to realize
singgugu
a tree
singgul
kasinggul touched
singlar
not hit, not struck; missed; escaped, safe-guarded; asinglar to go backward, to withdraw from; kasinglaran averted, parried, warded off
singsal
loose, free, released from, separated, escaped; gone; pulled out with a jerk; kasingsal thrown away, thrown out
singsět
asingsět tightly, taut, stretched; stiff, strong; hard; aningsěti to tie up, to fasten
singse
kasingse flung away, separated; discharged, relieved
singha
(S siṃha) lion
singhākāra
(S siṃhākāra) to have the appearance of a lion; to have the posture of a lion
singhākṛti
(S siṃhākṛti) to have the appearance of a lion; to have the posture of a lion
singhat
aninghat to push with the horn(s); to butt with the head; see singat
singhatulya
(S siṃhatulya) like a lion
singhadheryya
(S siṃhadhairyya) brave as a lion
singhanāda
(S siṃhanāda) roar of a lion
singhawikrama
(S siṃhawikrama) courage of a lion

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singhasāksāt
(S siṃhasāksāt) like a lion
singhāsana
(S siṃhāsana) throne
singhěl
cover; blunt, dull; knot; button
singhit
clever, skillful; suitable, fitting; inclined, to incline; kasinghit to fall in love; kasinghitan to differ; different
singhottama
(S siṃhottama) the brave hero like a lion
singhoddhata
(S siṃhoddhata) proud like a lion
siñjang
masiñjang to wear a skirt
siḍakěp
asiḍakěp with arms crossed on one's breast
siṇḍi
masiṇḍyan to sing
sitakara
(S) moon
sitangsu
(S sitāṃśu) moon
situtu
authority who gives instructions/commands
siděkung
asiděkung to sit with crossed legs
siděha
asiděha to sit leaning on one's elbows
sidik
sinidik accompanied
siddha
(S) 1. perfect; continued; realized, carried out; reached, attained; in earnest, really, truly, thoroughly. 2. a half-divine creature, a siddha
siddhakāryya
(S) well finished; perfectly finished
siddhamantra
(S) perfect sacred formula; very clever
siddharṣi
(S) perfect priest
siddharṣigaṇa
(S) group of perfect priests
siddhawāk
(S) man whose words come true
siddhawākya
(S) man whose words come true
siddhawara
(S) the excellent perfection; see siddha (2)

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siddhasanggha
(S) a group of siddhas (i.e., those who have attained the excellent perfection)
siddhasādhya
(S) to have attained one's goal
siddhi
(S) perfect, complete; supernaturally talented
siddhikāra
(S) creation; siniddhikāra created
siddhimān
(S) ill, sick
siddhimantra
(S) one whose knowledge is perfect; one whose sacred formulae are effective; see siddha (2)
siddhyajñāna
(S) knowledge of occultism
sīdhu
(S) an alcoholic drink
sinā
asinā to radiate, to shine
sinang
ray; shine, glow, light, radiance; asinang to radiate, to shine
sinahu
to learn
sindūra
(S) red lead, vermillion; sinindūra red-colored
sindūrawarṇṇa
(S) red, red-colored
sindhu
(S) water; sea, ocean
sindhugoṣa
(S) the rumbling of the sea
sindhunātha
(S) king of Sindhu, i.e., Yayadratha
sindhupati
(S) king of Sindhu, i.e., Yayadratha
sindhurāja
(S) see sindhupati
sinwam
young leaf; bud
sipat
1. eyebrow blacking; anipati to blacken one's eyebrows. 2. lined; continued; just, precise(ly); sipat-sipat border, boundary; inseparable
sipi
1. a little, a bit; small, little. 2. mistake, fault; mistaken; missed, to miss

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sib
sinib blown (away by the wind)
sibū
asibū to bathe; to splash with water; to dive
simpang
animpang to deviate (from), to step aside, to make room for
simpar
isolated, separated; kasimpar isolated, remote
simpěn
to keep, to preserve, to put away, to save, save up; to hide, conceal
simpir
1. veranda. 2. lame, crippled
simbat
animbat to beat, to attack
simban
sling; catapult; see umban
simsim
(finger) ring
siya
nine
sira
he, she, they (polite)
sirang
1. (sira + ng) he, she, they (polite). 2. sumirang to honor, to pay homage, to respect
sirān
sira + an
sirār
sira + ar
sirat
ray, shine; stain, spot, speck; sprinkle; spray, spout; asirat-sirat spouted out, sprayed; sumirat to radiate
siram
siniram watered
sirara
1. dry leaf. 2. corpse
sirěp
1. sacred formula to make a person sleep. 2. silent; to sink; to stop
sirěm
dark, dim, gloomy, dreary
siring
1. border, boundary. 2. masiring to accompany
sirit
sumirit fragrant, odorous
sisir
to blow; sumisir to blow (of the wind)

--- 588 ---

sila
(S śīla) habitude; tradition; sinilan warned, reminded of
silah
sumilah to radiate, to shine
silěp
sinilěpakěn made to sink, sunk, immersed, scuttled
silěm
to dive; anilěmi to dive for; kasilěm to sink down, to set (of the sun)
silit
anus
silib
sinilib stealthily, secretly; anilib to spy on; kasilib deceived; sumilib to hide (oneself)
silih
mutual(ly), each other, one another; substitute; borrowing; anilih to borrow; anili-nilih in turns; sumilih to replace, to subtitute for; pasilih-silih mutual(ly), each other
silih-asih
to love one another
siluk
hole
silum
siluman ghost; occultism, magic
silur
masilur to turn round, to wheel round, to rotate
silurup
masilurup to dive
siluhung
masiluhung to hide, to conceal; to wrap oneself, covered
siwak
torn; split, burst
siwat
siwat-siwut noisy; busy
siwal
siwalan a palm tree; a lontar palm
siwi
aniwi to rule, to govern; mighty, authorized, entitled; maniwi to obey, to sreve; pet siwi to love each other; to flatter
siwil
mental or physical defect; shame, blot, vice
siwur
half of a coconut shell used as a water dipper

--- 589 ---

siwuh
siwuhěn sad, distressed
siwo
asiwo to make fun, to joke; pasiwon playing place, playground
sis
hey!
sisi
side; pasisi shore, coast
sisik
scale (e.g., of a fish)
sisig
1. to blacken the teeth. 2. manisig to chew
sisip
to step aside, to make room; to deviate from (the right way)
sisir
side
sisil
sisilan hulled rice
sisili
an eel
sisih
asisih to step aside, to make room; masisihan split into two halves; anisih to put aside, to save, save up
sih
pity, love; forgiveness; masih to love; see asih
sihung
tusk, canine tooth
su
good, advantageous; more
sūk
sumuk to enter; to urge, to push aside
suka
(S sukha) to like; fond of; masuka-sukan to like each other, to love one another
sukakara
(S sukhakara) to cause to like, to attract, to please someone
sukacitta
(S sukhacitta) sadness, distress
sukat
wide, extensive, vast
sukatṛpti
(S sukhatṛpti) glad and satisfied
sukaduḥka
(S sukhaduḥka) gladness and sorrow; bittersweet

--- 590 ---

sukanya
(S) beautiful girl
sukabhītahetu
(S) to cause pleasure and fear
sukamātra
(S sukhamātra) quite comfortable, very interesting
sukara
(S) 1. a kind of fruit (Batatas edulis). 2. boar, wild pig
sukawāhya
(S sukhawāhya) worldly things
sukawiśeṣa
(S sukhawiśeṣa) special pleasures, special amusements
sukasada
a kind of flower
sukasadā
(S sukhasadā) always glad, continuously contented
sukět
dense, leafy, thick (hair); covered with bushes; wood, forest; grass; asukět dense, leafy; anukět to eat grass, to graze
sukěr
difficult
sukī
axle, axis, spindle
sukit
sinukit picked out
sukīrtti
(S) holy buildings
suku
foot
sukū
anukū to make war; at war; manukū to illuminate, to shine on
sukṛta
(S) merit, service; virtuous deed, good deed
sukottama
(S sukhottama) best happiness, primary hapiness
sūkṣka
(S) sad, distressed
sūkṣma
(S) fine; small; slippery; mysterious, occult; gone, disappeared; quintessence, essence, substance; anūkṣma to hide, to conceal; to do secretly, to carry out stealthily; sūkṣma ning upaya the finest of the tricks, the finest trick

--- 591 ---

sūkṣmagati
(S) to do secretly, to carry out stealthily
sūkṣmatatwa
(S) formless, shapeless
suksuk
suksukan border, boundary
suga
red paint
sugata
another name for Buddha; follower of Buddha; kasugatan Buddhist temple
sugatapratiṣṭa
(S) Buddhist foundation
sugatabrata
(S) confession of Buddhist faith
sugatamārgga
(S) Buddhist law, Buddhist canon
sugatawimba
(S) statue/image of Buddha
sugatāsana
(S) seat of Buddha
sugati
(S) abundant, luxuriant; happy, happiness; good behavior
sugatendra
(S) Buddhist king
sugandha
(S) fragrant, odorous
sugal
asugal hard; indecent, improper
sugih
rich
sugun
susugun to sob, sobbing
suguh
sinuguhan entertained
sugrīta
(S) seized tightly, firmly; well ruled
sugya
(sugyan) perhaps, probably; who knows; worried
sughāra
beautiful wife
sung
asung to give; anung to give; to cause
sungil
1. coral reef. 2. difficult
sungu
horn

--- 592 ---

sungut
tentacle; pistil, stem
sungkawa
(S) sad, distressed
sungkěm
anungkěmi to make a sěmbah (q.v.)
sungga
snare, trap, pitfall; sinunggan caught in a trap/snare/pitfall
sunggi
sinunggi carried on one's head
sunggu
sunggwi lifted, carried on one's head
sungguh
merely, thoroughly, truly
sungsang
turned upside down; helter-skelter
sungsung
1. welcome; anungsung be welcome; to meet. 2. panungsung gift, present
sungsum
marrow
sunghay
river
sucaṇḍi
beautiful temple
sucāra
(S) good behavior
sucīmukha
(S sūcīmukha) a battle-array
sujana
(S) good man, virtuous man
sujanma
(S sujanman) good incarnation; good birth
sujanmastrī
(S) woman of good birth
suji
1. thorn; stab; anuji to stab; thornlike. 2. embroidery; manuji to embroider
suḍat
silih-suḍat to stab each other
suṇḍang
masuṇḍang to support; to be used as a place to lean on
suṇḍung
anuṇḍungakěn to push forward; sinuṇḍungakěn pushed forward
suṇḍul
manuṇḍul to attain, to reach; to hit, strike

--- 593 ---

suṇḍe
(suṇḍay) to incline; sumuṇḍay to incline; to lean on
suta
(S) son
sutā
(S) daughter
sūta
(S) coachman; groom
sūtajanma
(S) son of a coachman
sutapa
(S) good hermit; man who likes to do asceticism
sūtaputra
(S) son of a coachman
sutīkṣna
(S) very sharp; extremely pointed; very hot
sutīrtha
(S) with clear water; beautiful holy bathing place
sutuṣṭa
(S) very satisfied
sutṛpta
(S) very satisfied
sutṛpti
(S) satisfied, satiated
suteja
(S sutejas) strongly radiating light; brightly
sūtra
(S) 1. silk. 2. holy scripture, holy book
sūtrapaṭha
(S) sūtra- book
sūdāna
(S) great gift, precious present; very charitable
sudānta
(S) kind, gentle, mild-tempered
suduk
1. anuduk to stab with a kris (dagger). 2. kris (dagger)
sudṛḍha
(S) very hard; very firm
sudewī
(S) queen; kind-hearted princess
sudeśa
(S) fertile soil
sudhanwa
(S sudhanwan) good (archer's) bow

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sudharmma
(S) beautiful temple; holy grave, holy cemetery
sudharmakuṭi
(S) hermitage
sudhīra
(S) very solid, very firm, resolute; very courageous
sun
I; see ingsun
sunūti
(S) just demand, rightful claim
sunirmmala
(S) very holy, very sacred
suniśita
(S) very sharp, very pointed
suniścala
(S) not to move at all
suntagi
a kind of many-colored woven fabric
sunting
a hair-ornament (a flower put behind the ear)
sundarī
(S) beautiful woman
sunduk
manunduk to stab; see suduk
sūpakaśāstra
(S) cookbook
supata
(S śapatha) curse
supatra
(S) quick, fast; to have good wings
supātra
(S) very glorious, exalted
supathya
(S) very effective, very efficacious
supadhi
then, when
supadhin
then, when
sūpěk
discontented, peevish; sad, distressed; suppressed, oppressed, depressed
supit
pinch; to pinch
suputrī
(S) beautiful princess
supraṇata
(S) very polite, very respectful

--- 595 ---

supratiṣṭa
(S) very strong; good building
supraśāsti
(S) good inscription
suphala
(S) to succeed well; to bear good fruit; kasuphalan fertility
sūb
(S śubh) shine, radiance; makasūb to shine, to radiate
subaddha
(S) strong, firm; loyal
subala
(S) to have a large army
subahni
(S) beautiful fire
subuddhi
(S) clever, level-headed; sedate; wise, tactful
subhakti
(S) very loyal, very faithful, very devout
subhaga
(S) very happy; dear, darling, beloved; well known, famous
subhāga
(S) rich; prosperous
subhāgya
(S) rich; prosperous
subhaya
(S) with general agreement; with unanimous agreement
subhāṣita
(S) clearly enunciated; fluent, eloquent
subhikṣa
(S) rich, prosperous
subhīta
(S) very afraid, to fear very much
subhūṣa
(S) well decorated
suma
tired, fatiqued, exhausted; sad, distressed, sorrowful; asuma sad, distressed, sorrowful
sumanohara
(S) very attractive; very beautiful
sumārgga
(S) good way, right way
sumitrakanaya
(S) his/her son Sumitra
sumuka
(S sumukha) kind face, nice face

--- 596 ---

sumukta
(S) free, without restriction, thoroughly redeemed, redemption
sumur
well, source
sumṛddhi
(S) prosperous
sumpang
flower
sumpah
manumpah to swear, to make a vow
sumpěk
kasumpěk driven away, expelled, evicted; urged, pushed aside
sumpět
manumpět to hide, to conceal; sinumpětakěn overthrown, turned upside down
sumping
earring, hanging ear-ornament
sumbar
masumbar-sumbar to challenge, to defy
sumběr
well, source; anumběr to stream
sumsum
marrow; see sungsum
suyaśa
(S suyaśas) very famous, very well known
suyug
sumuyug to perch (on); to stoop
sura
(S) god
surā
(S) alcoholic drink
surak
cheering, shouting; asurak to cheer, to shout
surakusuma
(S) divine flower, flower of god
surākta
blood
surakṣa
(S) good guard, watchful guard; to protect
surakṣaka
(S) good guard, watchful guard; to protect
suragaṇa
(S) group of gods; the gods
surāngganā
(S) nymph
surat
letter

--- 597 ---

surata
(S) love; voluptuous, sensuous
surataru
(S) tree of the gods; divine tree
suratasuka
(S suratasukha) voluptuous, sensuous
suradaru
(S) see surataru
suraduhītā
(S) nymph
suranātha
(S) god-king
suranadī
(S) river of the gods
surapati
(S) see suranātha
surapada
(S) heaven; seat of god; dwelling of the gods
surāpāna
(S) alcoholic drink
surāpsarītulya
(S) like a nymph
surabala
(S) army of gods
surabhi
(S) fragrant, odorous
surāmabhadara
(S) the good and happy Rāma
surarāja
(S) king of the gods
suraripu
(S) enemy of the gods
suraripunātha
(S) king of the enemy of the gods
surālaya
(S) heaven; place of the gods
surawathu
(S) wives of gods; aid or help of gods
suraway
masurawayan busy; spread, scattered
surawara
(S) superior god
surāśraya
(S) protection given by gods; aid/help of gods
surasa
(S) delicious; nice, pleasant
surasanggha
(S) group of gods; the gods

--- 598 ---

surastrī
(S) nymph
suri
1. comb. 2. sinuri (of the head) to be cut off
suriring
kasuriring pushed (forward), dashed (forward)
surung
anurung to urge, to push aside; to dash (forward)
surud
to lessen, to diminish, to decrease; to retreat; to become quiet, settled down; to die down (of the wind)
surup
to enter, to go into; dark, dim; past, over, ago; to sink
surūpa
(S) 1. beautiful. 2. clever, skillful
surumbunuh
anurumbunuh to attack together (at the same time)
suruy
see suri (1)
suruh
1. asuruhan village headman; suruhan tax official. 2, anuruhi to invite
surendra
(S) king of the gods
sūryya
(S) sun
sūryyakānta
(S) a kind of jewel
sūryyatanaya
(S) son of the sun-god, i.e., Karna; see sūryyaputra
sūryyabrata
(S) vow to the sun-god Sūryya
sūryyaraśmi
(S) sun-ray, sunshine
sūryyarūpa
(S) to have the appearance of the sun
sūryyadṛśa
(S) like the sun
sūryyasewana
(S) devotion to the sun, worship of the sun
sūryyopama
(S) like the sun
sula
kasula tortured, molested

--- 599 ---

sulak
kasulakan irradiated
sulakṣaṇa
(S) beautiful, nice, fine; to behave well, to have a good character; healthy; good omen
sulap
juggling, to juggle
sulabha
(S) easy to get, easily available
sulam
asulam to embroider; intricate, complicated
sulayah
makasulayah scattered/spread everywhere
sulasih
(S tulaśi) a kind of plant, basil (Ocimum basilicum L.)
suliksak
makasuliksak in disorder, confused
suligi
spear, javelin, lance
suling
flute
sulit
difficult; asulit to extort money or profit (from someone's difficulties)
sulung
sulung-sulung small white flying ant; masulung-sulung in crowds
suluyung
kasuluyung to totter, tottering
sulur
shooting up or climbing up in a spiral fashion
suluh
torch; lighting, illumination
suwadana
1. beautiful. 2. name of a verse form
suwarṇṇa
(S) gold
suwarṇṇabhūmi
(S) land of gold
suwarṇṇamaya
(S) made of gold
suwal
1. anuwal to attack again; to oppose, to resist, to defy, to challenge, to protest; to retaliate, to revenge; sinuwal awarded; panuwal retaliation, revenge. 2. anuwal to dig up
suwastra
(S) beautiful clothes, attractive clothes

--- 600 ---

suwěng
sinuwěng rolled up
suwing
a person with a harelip
suwur
masuwur to widen, to enlarge, to extend
suwul
to ascend, to go up; to stab; to spread out, to stretch out, to extend, to explain
suwe
long; suwe-suwe gradually
suwelagiri
(S) Mount Suwela
suwelācala
(S) Mount Suwela
suwelaparwwata
(S) Mount Suwela
suśakti
(S) great power; great might; very mighty, very competent
suśaraṇa
(S) to give protection
suśīla
(S) good behavior, good conduct
suśrama
(S) cautions; brave
suśrūṣa
(S suśrūṣan) service, devotion, worship
suṣṭu
(S) honest; straightforward, upright
suṣṭubhakti
(S) loyal
susatya
(S) very loyal
susatyabhakti
(S) very honest and loyal
surārathi
(S) a good coachman, a good driver
susītā
(S) the good Sītā
susu
bosom; milk; anusu to suck
susuk
1. pin; to enter; sumusuk to enter; kasusuk hindrance, obstruction, handicap, obstacle; sad, distressed, sorrowful; thorn. 2. border, boundary; anusuk to limit, to restrict
susūkṣma
(S) very fine, very smooth, very subtle, very gentle

--- 601 ---

susun
construction; asusun constructed, in heaps
susup
to creep under, to creep in; to stick into, to insert, to put between; anusup to creep into
susuy
kasusuy stabbed
susuh
snail
susthīra
(S) very stable/permanent/firm/solid
suswara
(S) to have a good voice
sūh
cut off, broken
suhun
1. to uphold, to honor, to worship. 2. anuhun to ask for, to beg, to request
sṛṣṭi
(S) creature; anṛṣṭi to create
seccha
(S) at one's ease, at one's leisure; at pleasure, to one's heart's content
seḍung
hurricane, storm
seṇḍung
hurricane, storm
setu
(S) bridge, dike, dam, weir
setubandha
(S) dike-, dam- or weir-works
setra
grave, cemetery, burying ground
senā
(S) army
senānātha
(S) commander, commander-in-chief
senāpati
(S) general; officer
senamuka
(S senāmukha) name of an army division
sep
delayed, slackened, obstructed, stopped; all of a sudden, suddenly; asep to delay, to slacken, to obstruct, to stop; sinep ambushed
seribha
(S sairibha) buffalo
sewā
(S) service, term of service, to officiate, on duty; audience; sumewa to wait upon, to pay

--- 602 ---

one's respects to, to appear before
sewaka
(S) servant; official; subordinate, crew
sewita
(S) visited; protected; obeyed, admitted, folllowed, allowed
seṣṭawa
(S) to accuse, to insist that someone is wrong, to disapprove
seh
aseh to differ
saikacitta
(S) to have the same meaning
sainya
(S) soldier; army
sokta
all words, various words
sokya
(S saukhya) pleasure, joy, amusement; quiet, order; happiness
sogata
(S saugata) 1. Buddhist. 2. sinogata accepted, well received; see swagata
sogatapakṣa
(S saugatapakṣa) Buddhist
song
that which gives a shadowy place; asong to have or use an umbrella; anong to stop; to pause
soce
sumoce to clean, to cleanse, to purify
soṇḍuh
shaken; picked, plucked
sot
1. vow, promise; oath; sumot to promise, to vow. 2. character, behavior
sotan
cause; to result in
sontěn
afternoon
sop
kasopa to look bewildered or astonished with the mouth wide open
sopakāra
(S) with a gesture of honor, with homage
sopacara
(S) polite(ly), respectful(ly), reverential(ly); kindly; solemnly, officially; decorated, adorned, embellished

--- 603 ---

sopāna
(S) stairs, staircase, ladder; asopāna to behave as/be used as a staircase or ladder
sobhāgya
(S saubhāgya) well known, famous
soma
(S) moon-god; moon
somawangśa
(S somawaṃśa) lunar race of kings, descendants of the moon
somah
somah-somah married; anomah will propose (to a girl)
somya
(S saumya) gentle, fine, subtle; beautiful, moonlike
somyarūpa
(S saumyarūpa) to have a handsome face
sor
under, below, beneath; low; defeated; asor defeated
sora
(S saura) name of an arrow
sore
afternoon
sorai
afternoon
sol
to fall down, to collapse; torn out, pulled out
solah
behavior; attitude; way, manner
sowang
each, by himself, everyone; respective; sowang-sowang each (by himself), one by one
sowe
long
soha
tired, fatigued, exhausted; critical
sohan
harbor
skandhāwāra
(S) king's headquarters
stanadwaya
(S) two nipples; two bosoms
stambha
(S) pole, mast, pillar, column
stambhana
(S) upholding/stopping/checked with a pole
stawa
(S) promise; praise, eulogy

--- 604 ---

stuti
(S) praise, eulogy; mastuti to praise
stena
(S) thief; theft
stri
(S) wife; woman
strīratna
(S) excellent woman
strīwiśeṣa
(S) eminent woman
strīsanggraha
(S) dishonoring of a woman
sthaṇḍila
(S) heightened or raised place; higher place, elevation
sthaṇḍilamadhya
(S) center of a raised place
sthāna
(S) place
sthāpaka
(S) priest
sthāwara
(S) 1. motionless, immobile, immovable, 2. plants
sthiti
(S) to stand; to live; to stop, to pause; permanent; loyal; obedient; rule; assured, guaranteed; asthiti permanent, fixed, lasting, constant, definite; orderly
sthīra
(S) permanent, fixed, lasting, constant, definite; strong, robust; brave, courageous
sthīratara
(S) braver, more courageous; reckless
sthīrabuddhi
(S) firm, resolute
sthīrahotar
(S) a priest who is a worshipper of the powerful Śiwa
sthūla
(S) 1. large; wide; vast; thick. 2. silly, stupid; born
sthūlakeṣa
(S) name of priest; see sthūlaroma
sthūlabuddhi
(S) silly, stupid
sthūlamadhya
(S) big in the middle, large in the middle

--- 605 ---

sthūlaroma
(S) to have dense hair
sthūlasukṣma
(S) large and small coarse and fine; in body and soul, in every respect
sthūlahasta
(S) trunk of an elephant
snātaka
(S) brahmana who has completed his studies
snāna
(S) to bathe; asnāna to wash oneself
snānawidhi
(S) bathing ceremony
sneha
(S) love; love and pity; asneha to love each other
snehabandhana
(S) tie of love, bond of love
sparśa
(S) feeling; touch, contact; kasparśā touched
sphaṭika
(S) crystal
sphaṭikopama
(S) like crystal
sphuṭa
(S) hard, clear, obvious
sphuṭatara
(S) very hard
smara
(S) love; kasmaran to fall in love
smarakāryya
(S) to flatter; to persuade
smarākhya
(S) called "smara"
smarāgama
(S) knowledge about love
smaraṇa
(S) repeated religious recitation; meditation
smarātura
(S) lovesick
smarānala
(S) fire of love
smarālaya
(S) dwelling of the love goddess
smarawiddhi
(S) rules of love
smita
(S) smile; sasmita while smiling

--- 606 ---

smṛti
(S) memory, remembrance; tradition
sya
nine
syang
1. challenge; call; asyang to cry; to call; to challenge, to defy; to take leave. 2. masyang dark-colored
syandana
(S) vehicle, carriage, chariot
syapa
who
syāya
cock
syuk
quick, fast; stream, current; rustling, hissing; to pour water over; sumyuk to stream; to rustle, to hiss; sinyukakěn poured over; sinyukan watered; sprayed
syung
a talking bird (Gracula religiosa)
syūh
damaged, destroyed; broken; asyūh to destroy, to damage
srak
1. (S) bouquet, nosegay. 2. sumrak to spread an odorous smell, to smell fragrantly. 3. asrak scattered, spread
sragdharā
(S) to wear a necklace of flowers; name of a verse form
srang
asrang to attack; to urge, to push aside; quickly; to chase, to hunt; kasrang oppressed, suppressed
srama
asrama to come together, to gather, to meet
srawana
(S śrāwaṇa) announcement; information
srasta
(S) to fail; damaged, destroyed
srah
srahakna will be delivered, handed over/transferred to
srěk
kasrěk chased, hunted; followed
srět
asrět to proceed slowly; not fluent, not wuick, slow

--- 607 ---

sring
asring repeatedly, again and again; often, frequently; masring beautiful; clean
sru
quick, fast; hard, loud; asru hard, loud
sruk sruwa
large and small spoons used in a sacrifice
swa
oneself, alone; own property
swakāryya
(S) own work
swakulawṛddhi
(S) development of one's own family
swakrama
(S) own manner, own way
swāgata
(S) reception, welcome; homage, mark of honor; name of a verse form; aswāgata to welcome, to receive heartily
swagati
cause
swagṛha
(S) own home, own house
swagotra
(S) own family
swang
fault, mistake; defeated; to radiate, to shine; swang-swang continuous, incessant; tan swang not few, not little; most; not to stop, not to pause; exceeding, extraordinary; not to fear, not afraid
swāngga
cloth, dress, piece of clothing
swacitta
(S) own thought
swacittaka
(S) own thought
swaccanda
(S swacchanda) voluntary
swajāti
(S) essence, quintessence
swatantra
(S) own government; own rule; own principles
swatra
all
swadeśa
(S) own home, own house
swadharmma
(S) own rights; own tasks/obligations; consequences of one's own deed

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swādhyāya
(S) to read; to learn; aswādhyāya to read; to learn
swanagara
(S) own capital city
swapana
(S) to sleep, to dream
swapanāstra
(S) arrow that causes one to sleep
swaputra
(S) own born child
swab
manwab to attack; sinwab embraced, caught
swabuddhi
(S) own thought; own opinion
swabhāwa
(S) behavior, doings; conduct, character; makaswabhāwa to behave
swabhṛtya
(S) servants
swāmī
(S swāmin) master; lord; king; husband
swāmicittajña
(S) to know one's master's thought
swamitra
(S) to interact with someone as a friend
swayambara
(S swayaṃwara) own choice; prize-question; competition; quiz; sinwayambarākěn to be made the prize of a competition
swara
(S) voice, sound; note, tone; word
swargga
(S) heaven
swargganaraka
(S) heaven and hell
swarggamaya
(S) from heaven; heavenly; suitable to heaven
swarggaloka
(S) heaven
swarggawargga
(S) groups of inhabitants of heaven
swarggastha
(S) to live in heaven
swawidyā
(S) own knowledge; private or personal knowledge
swawisaya
(S) own area, own district, own territory

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swaweśma
(S) own home, own dwelling
swaśakti
(S) own strength, own power
swaśarīra
(S) own life; alive
swāsajjana
(S) very low
swasti
(S) prosperous; happy
swastyayana
(S) benefit; blessing; prayer; good omen
swastyastu
(S) we hope everything will be going well
swastha
(S) quiet, safe; prosperous
swah
(S) sky, firmament, space
swī
urging, insistence; claim; aswī to ask for urgently; to press, to urge; to compel
swīta
sinwīta whitened
swīkāra
to compel; to press, to urge
sweccā
(S swecchā) arbitrarily; according to one's heart's content
sweda
(S) sweat; perspiration
swatpatti
(S) own birth; one's own birth

H

mahā to shout, to cry
hagah
hagahěn pressed, urged, pushed aside; changed, altered, modified; hagah-hagah to like to fight; pugnacious, combative
hagěm
anghagěm to grasp, to seize, to hold
hangan
ahangan light (not heavy); beautiful
hangět
warm; lukewarm
hangi
mahangi to smell bad

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hangin
wind
hangun
hangu-hangun rough; vicious, furious, wild, cruel; angry
hanggwan
crocodile
hangsa
(S haṃsa) goose
hangsanāda
(S haṃsanāda) the voice of a goose
hangsalīla
(S haṃsalīla) the game of a goose
hajöng
prosperous; beautiful
haji
1. king; head. 2. science, knowledge; kahaji studied
hañang
1. woman war-prisoner; ahañang to take, to bring, to carry. 2. insipid, tasteless; pahañangan insipid/tasteless water
hañar
new
hañut
1. to float away (with the current), carried away by the flood, to slide down, to slip down. 2. to kill; panghañutana ought to be ended; ought to be killed
hañja
hañja-hañja goblin; dwarf
hañjur
kahañjur before, in front of; to go too far, to come too far; too much, excessive(ly); panghañjur propagandist, promoter, advocate; leader
haḍa
panghaḍa confidant
haḍang
humaḍang to stop (a person), to intercept, to ambush; prepared, ready; in stock, available; kahaḍang incindentally, accidentally, to happen to; stopped, intercepted; got, acquired
haḍayan
anghaḍayan to fly, to flee, to run away
haḍawa
a kind of bird
haḍěp
front-side, direction; anghaděp to look out upon, to appear before

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haṇḍap
ahaṇḍap low
haṇḍěg
kahaṇḍěg stopped, interrupted
haṇḍěm
humaṇḍěm crouching position in preparation for attack (as of alion)
haṇḍurū
a tree
hāt
shelter, protection; to consider important; to mind, to pay attention to; to care for; ahāta will mind, will care for, will pay attention to; mahāta will protect, will shelter
hatat
green parrot
hatal
a kind of yellow powder
hatěp
roof
hati
heart; anghati to pay attention to, to mind, to care for
hatur
1. like, as, similar to. 2. clear, clean. 3. ahatur to give, to offer, to present
hade
other, different, otherwise; fault, mistake; free, bold, impudent, premature; sly, cunning; ahade impossible; anghade-hade to pretend, to feign
hadyan
1. attribute of nobility; the respected master. 2. though
hana
to be, to exist; hanan there are those who ...; hanan pwa as for the present time; anghanākěn to create, to perform, to establish; to carry out, to work at; kahanan place; kinahanan favored (with), endowed (with); sahana all kinds of
hanar
stiff, awkward; tight, tightly, stretched
hanitu
ghost
hanih
gone, disappeared; not; powerless, impotent, desperate
hano
the sugar palm (Arenga pinnata Merr.)

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hantěm
ahantěm to fight; to beat one another; to beat, to attack
hantěr
hantěran guard, escort
hantělu
egg; angantělu to lay eggs
hantöb
ahantöb heavy, hinantöbakěn to throw down, to fling down with a jerk
hantiga
egg
hantu
(S) dead, to die
hantus
hantusakna forgive me/him/her! I beg your pardon; excuse me/him/her; be patient!
hantrini
egg
handaru
aureole; beam of light (in the sky) which predicts good luck
handi
para handyan nobility; see hadyan
handul
a kind of creeping plant
handong
a kind of plant (Calodracon Jacquinii Planch.); see andong
handyan
see handi
hapa-hapa
a plant
hapěk
mahapěk musty, fusty, moldy, moldering; see apěk
hapit
1. name of a month. 2. squeeze, pinch; anghapit to squeeze, to pinch; to oppress, to press (from two sides)
hapus
kahapusan deceived
hapti
(S āpti) will, to want
habalang
anghabalangakěn to throw at again and again; to regard as the chief or commander
habět
anghabět to beat

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habika
ngahabika to flatter, to persuade
haměng
confused; doubtful
haměs
hinaměs mixed, mingled; destroyed
hamöng
ahamöng rotten; dirty
hamun
anghamun to challenge, to defy; to oppose, to resist, to protest
hampas
waste, sediment, dregs, lees
hampělu
to dream aloud, to rave; delirious; to twaddle
hampuk
soft
hamba
slave; servant; subject
hambal
pinakahambala used as a reason, used as a cause
hambawang
a kind of mango
hambah
hinambah passed, visited
hamběng
kahamběng surrounded, enclosed
hamběn
hinamběn bandaged, wrapped, wound (around)
hambö
kahambö smelled, kissed, nosed, sniffed
hamburu
kahamburu hastily, hurriedly; helter-skelter, precipitously
hambulu
a kind of tree (Picus infectoria)
hambulung
hambulungan loincloth
hāmhām
convinced, sure, certain; to trust, to believe, to rely on
hayam
1. hen; cock. 2. hinayam-hayam desired, wanted
hayu
beautiful, fine, nice; prosperous, blessed, happy; good, well; hinaywan agreed, approved; pamahayu protection, shelter; aid, help, assistance

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hayun
mahayunan to rock, to swing
hayuyu
crab
haywa
do not, don't (imperative)
hara
1. hey! stop! I say! ah! 2. another name for Śiwa; humara to destroy, to damage
hāraka
(S) necklace of pearls
haraṇa
(S) transport, freight, carriage; delivery; pangharaṇa trap
haran
aharan called, named; kaharan like, as, similar to; can be regarded as
haras
aharas to touch, to touch each other; angharas to smell, to kiss, to nose, to sniff
harah
come (here)! come on! please! hey! I say! see hara (1)
hara-hara
square; field
harěk
humarěk to appear before
harěng
black; maharěng black
harěp
front, front-side; facade (of a building); will, desire; kaharěp i nghulun strī whom I desire to become my wife; maharěp to hope, to expect; to desire, to want
hari
1. (S) lion. 2. (S) another name of Wiṣṇu. 3. hinari-hari consoled; flattered
haring
maharing musty, fusty
haringět
sweat
haricandana
(S) cendana tree
hariṇa
(S) deer
hariṇacarmma
(S) deerskin
hariṇī
(S) deer

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hariṇīkanyā
(S) female deer
haritaśayanāsana
(S) grass; resting-place, lounge
haridayitā
(S) Wiṣṇu's wife; queen
harip
often, frequently; aharip to doze
haribhawana
(S) seat/place of Wiṣṇu
harimūrtti
(S) body/appearance of Wiṣṇu
hariwuwu
hariwuwun taken care of, looked after, kept well
hariṣṭa
(S ariṣṭa) disaster, calamity; destruction, annihilation
haris
aharis patient; kind, friendly
harih
1. interjection: hey! come! please! 2. anghariharih to bear/stand patiently; to console, to relax someone
haru
half-cooked rice
harun
hinarun wounded
harus
stream, current; wave; harusa like waves
haruhara
uproar, commotion; confusion; see harohara
harohara
confused, thoroughly mixed; startled, panic-stricken
haryyas
the core of a banana tree trunk
harṣa
(S) glad, happy, joyful, joyous, pleased; condition, stipulation; kaharṣa hope, expectation
harṣacitta
(S) gladness, joy, pleasure; happiness
harṣaja
(S) to arise from gladness, because of gladness; gladness, joy, pleasure; satisfaction
harṣahetu
(S) cause of gladness
harṣuka
(S) enthusiastic, animated, cheerful

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hala
1. (S) plough; weapon with the form of a plough. 2. ugly; bad, wicked; kahala tortured, molested; magawe hala to commit a crime, to do evil things
halang
1. name of a weapon; see hala (1). 2. handicap, obstruction, obstacle; anghalangi to handicap, to hinder, to hamper, to obstruct. 3. tar halangalang important, momentous, weighty
haladhara
(S) another name for Baladewa
halab
halab-halab vague(ly), dim(ly); sahalab with plundered things, with loot
halamukī
(S halamukhi) to have an ugly face; name of a verse form
halay
ahalay mistaken; wrong
halaya
anghalaya to try to seize, to try to hold
halal
impatient
halalang
thatch-grass, ilalang- grass
halěp
ahalěp beautiful, splendid; luxurious; makahalěp used as an adornment
halělön
kahalělön swallowed; pushed aside
hali
hali-hali doubtful; to fear, uneasy, worried
halingěngěng
amazed, astonished; perplexed, disconcerted
halintang
to pass, to cross
halibab
halibaběn to pant, panting; breathless, out of breath
haliman
elephant
haliling
1. halilingan a kind of bird. 2. halilingěn dizzy, dizziness
haliwat
to pass
halilawar
hurricane, storm

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halis
quiet, still, silent
halisyus
hurricane, storm
halu
rice-pounder; humalu to beat with a rice-pounder
halun
wave
halulu
anghalulu to yelp, to whine, to howl; to cry, to lament
hale
mahale mistaken, wrong; see halay
halpama
(S alpa) small, little; a little, a bit
halwan
mahalwan false, insincere; unfaithful; to commit adultery
hawā
anghawākěn to destroy, annihilate; to swallow; kahawā pulled (with a jerk); flung away; things unintentionally taken; hit, struck; destroyed, annihilated
hawag
anghawag to do a thing without any reason; to do a thing unsystematically
hawat
sakahawat all subordinates; all hostages
hawan
1. way, road; ahawan to go; to pass. 2. vehicle, carriage; ahawan to ride in a carriage
hawal
hawalan meeting place
hawěr
anghawěr to stand firm, to avert or ward off an attack
hawain
manghawin to take, to bring; panghawin servant; messenger
hawū
1. dust, ash; destroyed; ashes of burned sea-shells. 2. mahawu-hawu cheerful, enthusiastic
hawuk
hard; cruel; dark; ahawuk gloomy, somber, dull, not sparkling
hawulā
fish
hasap
incense

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hasěm
sour, acid; hasěm-hasěman sour vegetable soup
hāsita
(S) to laugh; loud laughter; a burst of laughter; humāsita to laugh at
hasin
ahasin salty
hasta
(S) hand
hastagṛhita
(S) with tied hands
hastagraha
marriage
hastagrāha
(S) husband
hastapāda
(S) hand and foot
hastalekha
(S) handwriting, hand-painting
hastāhasti
(S) hand-to-hand fight
hastī
(S hastin) elephant
hastipa
(S) keeper or driver of an elephant
hastipāla
(S) keeper or driver of an elephant
hastiśikṣā
(S) knowledge about elephants
hāsya
(S) joke, fun; funny, ridiculous
hāsyakāraṇa
(S) ridiculous
hāsyabhāwa
(S) funny, ridiculous
hāh
hey! stop! fie! aměhāh to sigh; to lament, to cry
hāha
ah! hey! stop!
hāhāśabda
(S) sigh; to sigh; to complain
hěngang
tan hiněngang-hěngang undoubted, doubtless; without lingering, without delay
hěngkāra
(S ahaṃkāra) hallucination; consciousness; conceit, proud
hěthöt
mahěthötan to hise, to conceal; see höt

--- 619 ---

hěduk
palm fibre
hěněk
sad; disgusting, loathsome, nauseating; ahěněk sad, sorrowful, distressed
hěněng
silent, still, quiet; ahěněng to keep silent; anghěněngakěn to let (go), to let a person have his way; to abandon, to renounce; to admit, to permit
hěnö
hiněnö sprayed; see ěnö
hěni
sand; ahěni covered with sand
hěning
clear, clean; ahěning clear, clean
hěnu
way, road, path
hěntas
huměntas to come out of, to leave
hěnti
finished, stopped; (not) at all, absolutely, by all means; destroyed; hěntyakěn destroyed
hěrěng
see hrěng
hěrět
to hinder, to hold back, to bar; see hrět
hěrit
(hrit) ahrit to crack, to squeak
hěla
hěla-hěla enthusiastic, cheerful, animated; to desire; glad, contented, to feel well, at one's ease, comfortable; ahěla-hěla to desire strongly
hělak-hělakan
sky, space, firmament
hělang
eagle
hělar
wing; feathers, fluff
hělět
ahělět spaced, with a space, with an interval; indirect; ahělětan separated (by a screen); mahělět to separate
hělěd
swallowing; manghělěd to swallow
hělěm
(hělöm) soon, later (on), afterwards, before long; hělěm-hělěm continuos(ly), incessant(ly); hělěm esuk the next morning, the next day

--- 620 ---

hělö
see hělěd
hěli
change; ahěli to change; panghěli change; hělyan compensation
hělu
an panghělu to lead astray, to make a person go astray; to catch
hěhěh
see hāha
höng
humöng snappish, biting; cruel
höt
ahöta narrow; see hěthöt
höb
quiet, calm, shadowy; shadow, shade; angöb to (take) shelter (from sun, rain, wind); see hub
höm
ahöm to meet, to come together, to gather; to consult; pahöman place of meeting, sitting-place; meeting, sitting
hör
humör to fly
höhhöh
see hāha
higā
rib
hīnga
border, boundary, limit; mahīngan to prove; to pass (away), to elapse, to expire; to border on; makahīngan to border on
hinggut
hininggut shaken
hingsa
(S hiṃsā) molestation, torture; murder
hingsaka
(S hiṃaka) to torture, to molest; to kill
hingsakarmma
(S hiṃsākarman) to cause sufferings
hinghā
border, boundary, limit; see hinga
hiji
1. a kind of bird. 2. a general classifier: piece
hijo
ahijo green
hiñji
mahiñji wonderful, astonishing
hiḍěp
thought, intention, purpose; opinion; judgment

--- 621 ---

consideration; memory, remembrance; notion, conception; feeling; ri hiḍěp nira in one's opinion; ahiḍěp according to; to follow; manghiḍěpa in order to confront/to face; kahiḍěpannya according to one's feeling, in one's opinion, according to one's insight
hiḍi
a weapon
hiḍimbyātmaja
(S) son of Hiḍimbi, i.e., Gaṭotkaca
hita
(S) 1. good, useful. 2. to go; to leave, to let alone
hitakāraka
(S) friend, comrade
hitaprīya
(S) good friend
hitawacana
(S) good advice
hitāwasāna
(S) good result
hitasukha
(S) blessed and happy; prosperity and happiness
hitip
(burnt) crust
hiděng
humiděng to stand firm, to hold on, to persist, to persevere
hiděr
humiděr to go around; in circulation
hidu
ahidu to spit; hidubāng red spittle (because of sirih-chewing)
hīna
(S) mean, low, humble; wicked, evil, sinful; to lack, in want of; poor, miserable
hīnakāya
(S) physically weak, to be weak in body
hīnaguṇa
(S) narrow-minded; shortage of knowledge
hinādika
(S) too small or too large; to little or too much
hīnajanma
(S) of low birth
hīnapuṇya
(S) of little use; to have little merit, to have a small amount of merit

--- 622 ---

hīnabala
(S) weak
hīnabuddhi
(S) stupid, silly
hīnabhakṣaṇa
(S) without food, lacking food
hīnabhukti
(S) too little food
hīnayānī
(S) small vehicle; name of a school of Buddhism
hīnayaśa
(S) not famous, not well known
hīnārthabala
(S) to have no money and to have no strength
hīnawarṇṇa
(S) of low caste
hīnawīryya
(S) afraid, to fear; coward
hīnaśakti
(S) weak, feeble
hīnāśraya
(S) without help/aid/assistance
hīnasādhana
(S) with insufficient means
hiněp
anghiněp to pass the night, to stay over till the next morning
hiněb
anghiněb to close, to cover
hintěn
jewel
hipus
hinipus open, opened
hiběk
full
hiběr
to fly
hima
(S) snow; fog, haze; fresh
himādri
(S) Himalaya
himawān
(S) Himalaya
himi
himihimi a crab; ahimyahimyan to make love, to love one another
himur
hinimur-imur deceived; ignored, denied; to

--- 623 ---

throw dust in a person's eye
himpěr
agreement; when; like; as; similar to
himbang
side; half; part; rim, edge
hiya
hiniyakěn agreed, accepted; fixed, established, decided, determined
hiyun
see hyun
hir
1. to fall. 2. to cover, to enclose; to fill, to fulfil; to complete
hīr
anghīrakěn to draw, to pull, to drag
hīra
(S) diamond
hirānmaya
(S) made of gold
hirěng
black, dark
hiri
1. mahiryya-hiryyan to support one another. 2. mahiryya envious, jealous
hiring
slant, slope; side; hiring-hiring at a stretch, in rows; successively; ahiring slant; to bend, to bow, to incline
hirit
ahirit economical
hirib
anghirib to look like; to equal, to equalize; to bear a slight likeness to
hiris
hiniris be cut, be chopped
hirung
nose
hila
hila-hila forbidden, taboo; permanent rules; to trespass/transgress the rules
hilang
gone, disappeared
hilī
current, stream; ahili-hili to stream continuously, to flow incessantly
hilir
mahilir-hiliran to come down continuously; to fall incessantly

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hiwag
secretly, stealthily; anghiwagakěn to carry out something secretly/stealthily
hiwang
mahiwang wrong, mistaken; to deviate (from)
hīs
1. to stream, to flow; humīs to stream, to flow. 2. humīs to hide, to conceal
hisin
shy, ashamed
hih
right! great! (interjection)
hung
roar (of a lion); cry; humung noisy, to buzz
hungang
hinungang discovered, known
hungkāra
roar, growl; lowing, bellowing
hungkāramantra
(S) sacred formula uttered by mumbling
hunghang
mahunghang tired, fatigued, exhausted
hujung
extreme point, end; top, summit; humujung to point at (in the direction of), to steer for, to go up to, to aim at
huṇḍahagi
ahuṇḍahagi to set up, to build up
huṇḍi
bundle, bunch, sheaf
huta
(S) victim, sacrifice
hutang
debt, credit, obligation; ahutang to be in debt, to owe a thing
hutāgni
(S) sacrificial fire; fire for offerings
hutācana
(S) eater of sacrifice; another name for the god Agni
hutaśesa
(S) remainder of a sacrifice, the rest of the offerings
huti
(S) sacrifice, offerings
hudan
rain
hunang
see uněng

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huninga
kahuninga known; noticed, observed, perceived, watched
hunur
hill
huntu
tooth; pahuntu diamond
hundang
invitation; manghundang to invite
hub
panghub shade, shadow
hum
ahum to consult
humpang
mahumpang dried, to dry
humwang
noisy; see hung, hwang
huyang
to stand in the sun; heated too much; unrest, unease; ahuyang restless, nervous, to toss about
huyung
ill, sick
hur
ahurhuran each (of them) at pleasure, each (of them) at will, each (of them) to his heart's content; mahurhuran to compete with each other, to rival one another; angūrakěn to honor; to prefer
hurang
1. shrimp, lobster; crab. 2. ahurang pupil of a travelling priest
hurip
life, soul
hurisa
a tree
hurung
empty; deserted, lonely, calm, quiet, silent; tan hurung will not fail; certain, sure
hurup
mahurup to change, to exchange
hurus
panghurusan remedy, medicine
hure
humure to loosen, to analyze, to dislocate, to let loose, to let go, to free, to liberate
hulat
pahulatan look, view; facial expression, complexion
hulap
ahulap dazzling; mahulap radiating; dazzling

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hulěr
caterpillar
hulěs
skirt, cloth
hulū
head, beginning; upper end, upper course; mahulū to have as headman, to have as chief; panghulū leader, headman, commander, chief
hulun
slave, servant; mahulun king; queen; kahulun I your slave; servant; sanghulun I (your slave)
hulur
hulur-ulura it might be used as the fringes of
huwa
released (from); escaped, disappeared, gone, got off; scolding; anghuwākěn to let loose, to let go free, to free, to liberate; kahuwan loose, free, released (from), escaped, dissappeared, gone, got off
huwah
again, yet, more, still, moreover, just; and
huwi
tuber
huwur
huwur-huwur jellyfish
huwus
1. already, ready; finished, at an end; settled, over, past. 2. anghuwus-huwus rumors, whisperings
huhur
huhuran to compete with one another
hṛtśalya
(S) annoyed, displeased, grieved
hṛdaya
(S) hear
hṛdayatuṣṭi
(S) satisfaction, contentment
he
1. ah! alas! hey! 2. outside; fence; hedge
heng
hedge, fence, outside
hetu
(S) cause; reason
hetuka
(S) to cause; the reason that
hema
(S) gold
hemacūrṇṇa
(S) gold dust, gold powder

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hemaḍaṇḍa
(S hemadaṇḍa) golden stick, golden staff
heman
it is a pity (about), to think it a pity; to be sorry for, to care for
hemanta
(S) cold season; winter
hemabhūpati
(S) king of the golden land, king of the country of gold
heyopadeya
(S) what is allowed and what is forbidden
heyopadeśa
(S) lessons in evil deeds and crimes
her
angher to await, to wait for; pangher wait!
hertambang
waterfall, rapids
hertali
mountain river; waterfall; rapids
hel
anghel difficult, troublesome, annoying, tiresome; fatigued, tired, exhausted
hewa
furious, angry; growl; to be annoyed, bored, disgruntled, disgusted; vexed
ho
coconut tree; betelnut tree
hotar
(S) priest (worshipper of the god Agni)
hoti
(S) sacrifice, offerings
hotot
muscle; flesh, meat
honya
to be, to exist
homa
(S homan) sacrifice, offerings; mahoma to make a sacrifice
homakāla
(S) time for making a sacrifice
homāgni
(S) fire of sacrifice, fire of offerings
homayājña
(S) offerings
homārccana
(S) offerings
horag
to shake, shaken, shaking, to move to and fro violently

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horwi
thorny branches
hol
anghol to embrace
hos
1. ahos to sigh; uneasy, worried, anxious; mahos to pant; to sigh. 2. hinosakěn aggravated, increased, intensified
hosah
ahosah confused, thoroughly mixed
hosi
mahosyan to pant, panting
hyā
ahyā enthusiastic, cheerful, animated; to cry, to cheer, to shout
hyang
god; holy, secret, immaculate; ahyang splendid, beautiful
hyas
decoration, embelishment, adornment; ahyas adorned, embellished, decorated; pahyas finery, embellishment, adornment, ornament
hyū
shark
hyun
1. desire, will; ahyun to desire, will, to be intended; kahyun-hyun attracted. 2. ahyun to be unconscious, fainted, swooned; tired, fatigued, exhausted; to pant, panting
hyus
humyus to rustle, to hiss
hranggung
manghranggung to roar; to low, to bellow; to yelp, to whine, to howl, to moan
hrada
(S) pond; lake; river
hrěk
ahrěk to make clash; to stir up animals against one another (as in a cockfight)
hrěng
anghrěng to roar, to whine, to howl, to moan
hrět
see hěrět
hrěbuk
powder; flour (of rice, corn, etc)
hrik
the sound made by a horse; to neigh
hrū
arrow

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hrūk
attack; anghrūk to attack; manghrūk to yell, to scream
hli
ahli to change into
hlai
sheet (of paper), leaf, piece (of cloth)
hwang
humwang noisy, busy; lovely, cheerful, merry
hwan
ahwan to tend cattle, to watch cattle; manghwan to graze, to feed; panghwanan pasture, grassland
hwab
anghwab to yawn; manghwab to open; open (ed)
hwah
ahwah clear, bright, distinct, obvious
hwī
rattan