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                            C, K, Q, G, X, J

gn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'garden' [Genesis 2:8; 13:10, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: gan."

qn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rooms' [Genesis 6:14]; 'nest' [Numbers 24:21, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: qen. Note: The definition for this word appears only once as rooms? The other twelve appearances define it as nest?"
qn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gotten' [Genesis 4:1]; 'possessor' [Genesis 14:19]; 'purchased' [Genesis 25:10]. Other definitions include: bought, buy, possessed, get, getteth, owner, recover. Associated spellings/words: qnh."

kn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'it was so' [Genesis 1:7]: 'therefore' [Genesis 2:24; 4:15]; 'that' [Genesis 6:4], 'wherefore' [Genesis 10:9]; 'true' [Genesis42:11, 19, etc.]; 'upon all' [Exodus 39:43]. Other definitions include: this, and thus; the filling up of anything, honest, right. Associated spellings/words: ken."

can - "Definitions: endowed, imbued with; possess, have (Tibetan).

Can - "Definitions: seed; progression; energy; serpent; 4th calendar glyph (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Chan ['sky, serpent'], Kan, Khan; Kan ['3rd calendar glyph'] (Yucatec Maya)."

CAN - "Definitions: vessel for liquid; have learned, come to know. Associated spellings/words:canna, kunnan."

jan - "Definitions: be born, arise, become (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: jana ['person, people']; Jen Huang ['Nine children known as the first human rulers of the world'] (Chinese); Janna ['garden, paradise'] (Arabic)."

Ken [K] - "Definitions: torch; controlled energy; transmutation of two separate entities into a third; the 6th Rune commonly depicted by a C, or wedge-like shape (Runic). Associated spellings/words: cen, kenaz, kennaz, kaun ['sore, boil'], kusma ['swelling'], kienspan ['burning pine chip']."

Ken - "Definitions: range of sight or understanding."

khn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'priest' [Genesis 14:18, etc.]. Other definitions include: to serve as a priest, to minister. Associated spellings/words: kahan, kohen."

kan - "Name for a pictograph depicting a square U-like shape. It was believed to represent an open mouth or a pit (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: khan ['mouthful'] (Tibetan); jan ['eat'] (Basque); Khan ['unadorned serpents were symbols for the waters'] (Mayan); xen ['An Egyptian hieroglyph: hands grasping a paddle']."

Kan - "Name for an ideograph showing the symbol for earth, and an image believed to represent a person falling, or a person falling into a pit. General meanings include: abyss; darkness; the 29th hexagram: water above, water below (I Ching). Trivia: to the Chinese, water was reportedly an ancient symbol for danger, or difficulty; such as crossing a river."

kan - "Definitions: moon; west; stream, water, cloud; read, see, look at." (Chinese)

kan - "Definitions: yellow (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: cen ['torch'] (Old English); gon ['gourd, pumpkin'] (Tibetan)."

kan - "Definitions: to sing, sound."

kan - "3 (mwd) kaN - cl. 1. P. %{kaNati}, %{cakANa}, %{kaNiSyati}, %{akaNIt}, or %{akANIt}, %{kaNitA}, to become small; to sound, cry Dha1tup. xiii, 6; to go, approach Dha1tup. xix , 32: cl. 10. P. %{kANayati}, to wink, close the eye with the lids or lashes Dha1tup. xxx , 41: Caus. %{kANayati} (aor. %{acIkaNat} and %{acakANat} Pat. on Pa1n2. 7-4 , 3), to sigh, sound; [cf. %{can} and %{kvan}.]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

con - "Definitions: get to know, learn. Associated spellings/words: cunne (Middle English); cunnan ['know'](Old English)."

con - "Definitions: direct the steering of (a ship) from a commanding position."

gan - "In Chinese, influence [gan] is made up of two characters - mutual [xian] plus heart [xin]." (I Ching)

gan - "Name for a pictograph depicting a small t or cross shape with an extra horizontal line at top. General meanings include: a shield; pestle; offend; attack; stem; concern." (Chinese)

gan - "Definitions: nearness, to, towards, up to (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: gen ['together'] with [CV] (Chinese)."

gan - "Definitions: count." (Sanskrit)

jin - "Definitions: near, enter." (Chinese)

gen - "Name for an ideograph depicting a single vertical line and believed to represent the idea of vertical things." (Chinese)

Gen - "Name for an ideograph showing mu [an eye] surmounting the pictograph bi [close by]. General meanings include: straight forward, forthright, blunt; mountain Keeping Still; the 52nd hexagram: mountain above, mountain below." (I Ching)

Zhen - "Name for an ideograph believed to be composed of pictographs representing rain and lightning, etc. General meanings include: shake, shock, quake; thunder; Taking Action; the 51st hexagram: thunder above, thunder below." (I Ching)

zhen - "Definitions: truth; steadfast; upright; divination (Chinese). Associated spellings/ words: dzhen."

khan - "Definitions: lord, prince (Turkish, Arab, Persian). Associated spellings/words: Khan ['king'] (Mayan); jaun ['lord'] (Basque)."

chan - "Definitions: house." (Aztec)

ca'n - "Definitions: center." (Taino)

khen - "Definitions: good (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: kin ['good'] (Celtic)."

chen - "Name for an ideograph showing yi [sprouting], bi [dagger], and shang [above]. General meanings include: sprouting plants like daggers following stars above; a constellation appearing in spring; celestial bodies; time period; fifth Earthly Branch. When combined with ri [sun] the general meaning is: daybreak; dawn. (I Ching). Associated spellings/words: chen ['quake; time; chen [bottom half of the trigram for thunder [zhen], a solid line beneath two yin, or broken lines]." (Chinese I Ching)

chen - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a kneeling person. General meanings include: subject, servant; minister, official." (Chinese)

Chen - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 9 [18 Jan - 6 Feb], Infinite commencement, unity, god of flowers, clever, demonstrative." *Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

qnh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gotten' [Genesis 4:1]; 'possessor' [Genesis 14:19, 22, etc.]; 'purchases' [Genesis 25:10]; 'buy' [Leviticus 22:11, etc.]; 'possessed' [Proverbs 8:22]; 'keep cattle' [Zechariah 13:5]. Other definitions include: bought, to get. Associated spellings/words: qn, qanah."

qnh - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'create'. Associated spellings/ words: bra."

qna - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'envied' [Genesis 26:14, etc.]. Other definitions include: jealous, zealous, zeal, envy. Associated spellings/words: qana."

kna - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'humbled' [Leviticus 26:41, etc.]. Other definitions include: bring down, subdued, humbleth, low. Associated spellings/ words: kana; anah."

gnA - "1 (mwd)gnA f. (nom sg.? %{gnA4s} RV. iv , 9 , 4) `" wife "' (= $ , %{jan}), a divine female, kind of goddess RV. S3a1n3khS3r. viii ; = %{vAc} (speech, voice) Naigh. i , 11." (mwd)= Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Gna' - "Definitions: Norse goddess reported to ride through the sky on her horse Hofvarpnir carrying out errands for Frigg (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: gnaefa ['to rise high']."

jna - "Definitions: know, learn, find out, recognize (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: jnana ['knowledge']."

Ghana - "Definitions: 'Warrior King' (African). Associated spellings/words: Gaana (Ashanti); Ouagadougou."
*Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghana

genea - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'generations' [Matthew 1:17, etc.]; 'generation' [Matthew 11:16]; 'times' [Acts 14:16]; 'time' [Acts 15:21]; 'ages' [Ephesians 3:5, 21]; 'nation' [Philippians 2:15]. Other definitions include: family, race. Associated spellings/words: ghnha."

canna - "Definitions: a reed (Latin). Associated spellings/words: Cana ['place of reeds'] (Hebrew)."

geenna - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'hell' [Matthew 5:22, etc.]. Other definitions include: eternal? Associated spellings/words: ghhnna."

Gehenna - "Definitions: valley of Hinnom outside Jerusalem, once the site of a fire-altar called Tophet, where sacrifices were made to the Tyrian god Moloch, Molech, or Melek [the King], worshipped by Solomon; The Prince of Gehenna was Arsiel, copied from the Babylonian netherworld god Aciel [Black Sun]. Other definitions include: originally Ge bene Hinnom; i.e., 'the valley of the sons of Hinnom'), a deep, narrow glen to the south of Jerusalem, where the idolatrous Jews offered their children in sacrifice to Molech (2Ch 28:3; 33:6; Jer 7:31; 19:2-6)."

Gehenna - "The only designation of something approaching hell in the Bible is Gehenna or Hin- nom, a valley near Jerusalem, where was situated Tophet, a place where a fire was perpetually kept for sanitary purposes. The prophet Jeremiah informs us that the Israelites used to sacrifice their children to Moloch-Hercules on that spot; and later we find Christians quietly replacing this divinity by their god of mercy, whose wrath will not be appeased, unless the Church sacrifices to him her unbaptized children and sinning sons on the altar of 'eternal damnation'!" [Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled (1998 edition), p. 11]

KONI /r - "Definitions: dust. Associated spellings/words: konia, konis (Greek); CONI."

kanya - "Definitions: 'maiden' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Virgo."

gnyis - "Definitions: two." (Tibetan)

khnym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'priests' [Genesis 47:22], [Exodus 19:6]. Associated spellings/words: koenym."

Ganymede - "Definitions: The cupbearer of Zeus." (Classical Mythology)

Kanya-Cubja - "It is from the lips of a messenger of Brahma, who will be born in Kuroukshetra, Matsya, and the land of Pantchola, also called Kanya-Cubja (mountain of the Virgin), that all men on earth will learn their duty," says Manu (book ii.,, slokas 19 and 20). [Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled, reprint (1998, Vol.2) of the 1877 edition, p. 50]

kanittok - "Definitions: close, is close." (Eskimo)

kenoo - "Definitions: to empty, make empty." (Greek)

gennao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'begat' [Matthew 1:2, etc.]; 'born' [Matthew 1:16, etc.]; 'conceived' [Matthew 1:20]; 'bear' [Luke 1:13]; 'brought forth' [Luke 1:57]; 'gender' [2 Timothy 2:23]. Other definitions include: delivered, begotten. Associated spellings/words: ghnnaw; anagennao, anaghnnaw ['born again']."

genos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'kind' [Matthew 13:47, etc.]; 'nation' [Mark 7:26]; 'kindred' [Acts 4:6]; 'country' [Acts 4:36]; 'stock' [Acts 13:26]; 'offspring' [Acts 17:28, etc.]; 'born' [Acts 18:2]; 'generation' [1 Peter 2:9]. Other definitions include: diversities, countrymen. Associated spellings/words: ghnos; kin ['the sun, daybreak, day; one's relatives'] (Naga-Maya)."

Janus - "Definitions: God of beginnings; a Roman god with two faces: one that looks backward and one that looks forward; The day of Janus used to be held when the sun entered the sign of Aquarius. God of doorways and beginnings. Associated spellings/words: janua ['doorways']."

kenos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'empty' [Mark 12:3, etc.]; 'vain' [Acts 4:25]. Associated spellings/words: khnos."

gnosis - "Definitions: knowledge, science." (Greek)

kanosak - "Definitions: gold." (Eskimo)

kanon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'rule' [2 Corinthians 10:13, 15], [Galatians 6:16], [Philippines 3:16]; 'line' [2 Corinthians 10:16]; 'according to' [Galatians 6:16]. Other definitions include: a rod, or standard. Associated spellings/ words: kanwn."

GENUINE - "Definitions: natural, native; being the same in fact as in appearance. Associated spellings/words: genus ['birth, race, stock'] (Latin); genu ['knee']."

zhuanwan - "Definitions: turn." (Chinese)

ganohsesgeh - "Definitions: longhouse." (Native American / Onondaga)

gnome - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'purposed' [Acts 20:3]; 'judgement' [1 Corinthians 1:10; 7:25, 40]; 'advice' [2 Corinthians 8:10]; 'mind' [Philemon 1:14], [Revelation 17:13]; 'will' [Revelation 17:17]. Other definitions include: a consider- ed opinion, the faculty of knowledge, reason. Associated spellings/words: gnwmh."

gnomon - "Definitions: inspector, indicator, carpenter's square (Greek). Trivia: 'A gnomon is any vertical object - pillar, post, standing stone - the purpose of which is to tell time by the position of its shadow. It is the essential element of a sundial. [....] The word gnomon means 'one who knows.' " [Based on: T.W.D.O.S.A.S.O., Barbara G. Walker, 1988, p. 24]"

knvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'harp' [Genesis 4:21]. Associated spellings/words: kinnowr."

kanwal - "Definitions: 'water lily' ". *Link: http://www.babynames4muslims.com/meaningof.php?name=Kanwal

kanwal - "Definitions: 'lotus'. " *Link: http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect.com/meaning_of_Kanwal.html

kanwal - "Definitions: lotus; an image used to describe the energy centers, both in the physical body and in the inner regions [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: kamal."

ENOUGH - "Definitions: it suffices. Associated spellings/words: ginog, genog, genoh, gnogr, ginah, ganah ['it suffices']; nactus ['obtain']."

Canopis - "Definitions: Eye of the Dog, Greek name for the star of Anubis, which Egyptians called Sothis [Sirius], the 'eye' of the constellation Canis Major, the Great Dog."

gnas - "Definitions: place." (Tibetan)

ganze - "Definitions: whole." (German)

canzah - "Definitions: teacher (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: kanassa ['Hero of the Kiukuru people of the Xingu River region, who brought fire from Heaven'] (Amazonian); kensho ['seeing into one's own nature'] (Japanese Zen)."

Ganesh - "Definitions: God of beginnings; lord of the hosts; lord of the celestial armies; Hindu elephant-headed son of Siva and Parvati; god of wisdom; lord of crops and fields (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Ganesha, Ganesa 'lord [isa] of the group [gana];' Ganapati; Ganas ['servants of the gods'] (Hindu mythology); Gajnana."

gnesios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sincerity' [2 Corinthians 8:8]; 'true' [Philippines 4:3]; 'own' [1 Timothy 1:2], [Titus 1:4]. Other definitions include: genuine. Associated spellings/words: gnhsios."

CENSER - "Definitions: vessel for burning incense. Associated spellings/words: censier (Old French), encensier, encens ['incense']; incensum ['insense'] (Late latin)."

CENSOR - "Definitions: Roman magistrate who took the census and supervised public morals; one with power to suppress anything objectionable (as in printed matter). Associated spellings/words: censor (Middle French), censor, censere ['appraise, estimate, assess'] (Latin)."

CENSURE - "Definitions: official reprimand, find blameworthy. Associated spellings/words: censurer, censure ['criticism'] (Middle French); censere [appraise, estimate, assess'] (Latin); censura ['judgement, censorship'] (Latin)."

ginosko - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'knew' [Matthew 1:25, etc.]; 'know' [Matthew 6:3]. Other definitions include: to know, known, perceived, aware of, understood. Associated spellings/words: ginwskw; epiginosko ['understand, know']."

gnas pa - "Definitions: exist." (Tibetan)

canasta - "Definitions: basket." (Spanish)

Constantine I - "Trivia: Roman emperor [288?-337] honored for establishing Christianity as the official religion of the Roman empire. Reportedly, he didn't become a Christian himself until the final weeks of his life, when he accepted baptism on his death- bed, as insurance for his after-life."

Constantinople - "Trivia: conquered by Moslem Turks in 1453 A.D., marking the final end to the Eastern Roman [Byzantine] Empire."

gnan - "Definitions: realization of the conception of the absolute." (Hindu)

cunnan - "Definitions: know, know how to (Old English). Associated spellings/words: cann, cannst."

gennan - "Definitions: beget, produce." (Greek)

qinyan - "Definitions: property aquired by purchase."

jnana - "Definitions: knowledge (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: jnani ['a knower of the absolute truth']."

kananam - "Definitions: forest." (Sanskrit)

khnm - "Definitions: priests (Ugaritic Poems). Associated spellings/words: kohanim."

gnam - "Definitions: sky, air, heaven, the sphere (Tibetan / Bon). Associated spellings/words: com ['body, cavity of the chest, trunk of the body'] (Gaelic)."

khaanum - "Definitions: [n.f.] lady, princess, wife." (Persian)

Gehenom - "Definitions: purgatory." (Hebrew)

Jahannam - "Definitions: Islamic name for hell, frequently contrasted with Janna [paradise] in the Quran."

Khon-Ma - "Definitions: Tibetan name of Mother Earth."

ginomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'done' [Matthew 1:22, etc.]; 'made' [Matthew 4:3]; 'fulfilled' [Matthew 5:18]; 'be' [Mathew 5:45; 6:16, etc.]; 'came to pass' [Matthew 7:28]. Other definitions include: to come into being, or happen, to accomplish, or carry out, come, arose, made, seemed, is, ariseth, becometh, was."

Khnemu - "Egyptian water god who later became known as 'the builder;' Associated spellings/ words: Khnem [to build]; Knnemu ['the flat-horned, ram-headed god']; Kneph."

CANAL - "Definitions: tubular passage in the body.

K'anal - "Definitions: it ripens, to have corn and money, yellowness (Quiche Maya). Associated spellings/words: ixk'anil ['sunset'] (Quiche); k'anaric ['ripe or mature'] (Quiche)."

Connor - "Definitions: dog lover, or wolf lover. Associated spellings/words: Conchobhar (Gaelic)."

CHANNEL - "Definitions: bed of running water; tubular passage; means of passage or communication. Associated spellings/words: canna ['pipe']."

GENERAL - "Definitions: applicable to all, relating to the whole. Associated spellings/words: generalis."

Conrad - "Definitions: able council." (Teutonic)

kang - "Definitions: river." (Korean)

kang - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a person's head and neck (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: kangai ['speak'] (Gilbertese)."

keng - "Definitions: limit." (Zhang-Zhung)

cang - "Name for an ideograph showing shi [food] and wei [contained]. General meanings include: granary, storehouse (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: cangku ['warehouse, storehouse']; geng ['[still] more'] (Chinese)."

gang - "Name for an ideograph composed of mountain [shan] and a net of clouds [wang]. General meanings include: mountain ridge. In combination with knife [dao], general meanings include; chop; tough, firm; just now. In combination with threads twisted together [mi], general meanings include: rope for pulling nets. In combination with metal [jin], general meanings include; steel." (Chinese)

gang - "Definitions: whatever; one." (Tibetan)

Zheng - "Definitions: upright, righteous, right, orthodox (Chinese). Associated spellings/ words: Zheng Fa ['Orthodox Law']."

zheng - "Definitions: to argue." (Chinese)

chang - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a high table; long, often, sing; free (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: zhang."

CHANGE - "Definitions: make or become different. Associated spellings/words: changer."

CHANCE - "Definitions: fall; opportunity. Associated spellings/words: cheoir, cadere ['fall']."

kanga - "Definitions: colour." (Eskimo)

Genji - "Definitions: foundation; inborn quality (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: Nang- Du ['internal'] (Tibetan); Gsang-dus?"

kanji - "Definitions: Chinese characters; feeling, sense, impression." (Japanese)

Kankin - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 14 [27 Apr - 16 May], Tree of life, advice giver, firmly grounded to earth."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

kanaka - "Definitions: man, human being." (Hawaiian)

jainko - "Definitions: God." (Basque)

Ch'ang-O - "Definitions: Chinese Moon-goddess, sole keeper of the ambrosia of immortality."

zhengguo - "Definitions: the right achievement, right fruit." (Chinese)

Cheng Huang - "The City Gods, God of Moats and Walls (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: ch'eng ['balance']."

qanchis - "Definitions: seven." (Quechua)

gangs ri - "Definitions: snow or glacier mountain." (Tibetan)

Cancer - "Definitions: crab, the 4th zodiac sign; the direction south; heat of summer; disease of cancer. Trivia: the sun reaches the Tropic of Cancer on June 21st. Mythology: some ancient cultures believed the world would dissolve when all the planets lined up in Cancer. Associated spellings/words: karkinos ['crab'] (Greek)."

CANCEL - "Definitions: cross out, destroy, neutralize, or match the force or effect of. Associated spellings/words: canceller, cancellare ['make lattice-wise, cross out (a writing)']; cancellus, cancelli ['cross-bars']."

COUNCIL - "Definitions: assembly or meeting. Associated spellings/words: cuncile. concilie, concilium ['assembly']; con + calare ['call, summon']; kalein."

kangra sambha - "Definitions: passing of Soul from the physical body."

kangalins - "Definitions: witches." (Hindu?)

Concordia - "Definitions: the Roman goddess of peace and harmony."

JUNCT /r - "Definitions: join."

khang pa - "Definitions: house (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: khyim."

Kanya-Cubja - "It is from the libs of a messenger of Brahma, who will be born in Kuroukshetra, Matsya, and the land of Pantchola, also called Kanya-Cubja (mountain of the Virgin), that all men on earth will learn their duty," says Manu (book ii.,, slokas 19 and 20). [Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled, reprint (1998, Vol.2) of the 1877 edition, p. 50]

gangbi - "Definitions: pen [lit. steel pen]." (Chinese)

gang po - "Definitions: full [measure]." (Tibetan)

knp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'winged' [Genesis 1:21], [1 Kings 6:27]; 'wing' [Genesis 7:14], [1 Kings 6:27]; 'borders' [Numbers 15:38]; 'skirt' [Deuteronomy 22:30]; 'corners' [Isaiah 11:12]. Other definitions include: quarters; unto the ends; feathered; flying. Associated spellings/words: kanaph."
*Links: http://strongsnumbers.com/hebrew/3671.htm

CANT - "Definitions: slanting surface. Associated spellings/words: kante ['edge'] (German); canthus ['angular lip of a jug'] (Latin); kanthos ['corner of the eye'] (Greek); xent ['nose'] (Egyptian)."

kaND - "1 (mwd) cl. 1. P. A1. %{kaNDati}, %{-te}, to be glad or wanton: cl. 10. P. %{kaNDayati}, to separate (the chaff from the grain) Dha1tup. (cf. %{kaD}.)" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

kand - "2 (mwd) cl. 1. P. %{kandati} , %{cakanda}, to cry, utter lamentations: A1. %{kandate}, to be confounded, confound Dha1tup. iii, 33 (cf. 1 . %{kad} , %{krand}.)" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Kneph - "Definitions: The Moulder, The Creator, The Soul of the Universe; One of the oldest of the Egyptian gods. His headress is a ram's head surmounted with a solar disk and uraeus. His color was bright green; portrayed as a snake encircling a water vase; Kneph was claimed to have produced Ptaha from his mouth, in the form of an egg, and was known to the Greeks as Knonphis. Associated spellings/words: Chnuphis, Khnum, Khnemu."

JAUNT - "Definitions: short pleasure trip."

CHANT - "Definitions: sing or speak in one tone."

Chand - "Definitions: how many, how much, few, how often, how long."

COUNT - "Definitions: tell over, reckon, name or indicate one by one to find the total number. Associated spellings/words: conte ['tale']."

khaND - "1 (mwd) khaND cl. 1. A1. %{-NDate}, to break, divide, destroy Dha1tup. viii , 31: cl. 10. P. %{khaNDayati}, to break, tear, break into pieccs, crush, cut, divide Pan5cat. Bhat2t2. (aor. %{acakhaNDat}) [336,1]; to destroy, remove, annihilate Ra1jat. v, 281 Naish. v , 4; to defeat, conquer Bhat2t2. xii, 17; to refute; to interrupt, disturb R. iii, 14, 14 Katha1s.; to disregard (an order) Ra1jat. vi, 229 Katha1s. cxxiv, 79; `" to disappoint, deceive, cheat "' see %{khaNDita}." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

khand - "Definitions: realm, stage (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: kand ['to shine, glow, bright']."

khand - "Definitions: 'in The Lord of the Rings Khand is the land of the Variags [or "Varangian"]'."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_GL.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

kanth - "Definitions: throat." (Sanskrit)

gnaefa - "Definitions: to rise high." (Old Norse)

canbah - "Definitions: student (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: khanab ['the great waters'] (Mayan); ghanta ['bell, whomb'] (Sanskrit)."

canta - "saintly" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

kanda - "Definitions: part [of a text] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: henakanda ['whipsnake, hen, lightning'] + kanda ['stem'] (Sinhalese)

canda - "Definitions: moon; silver." (Sanskrit)

ganado - "Definitions: cattle." (Spanish)

candi - "Definitions: fierce woman; proper name of Devi." (Sanskrit)

khanti - "Definitions: patience." (Pali)

Kanati - "Definitions: the male First Ancestor." (Native American / Cherokee)

chen po - "Definitions: great." (Tibetan)

xanthos - "Definitions: yellow." (Greek)

canthos - "Definitions: corner [of the eye] (Greek). Associated spellings/words: kanthos."

gnathos - "Definitions: jaw." (Greek)

chandas - "Definitions: meter." (Sanskrit)

khaandaan - "Definitions: family, lineage, dynasty." (Persian)

candana - "Definitions: sandalwood." (Hindu)

gandr - "Definitions: magic staff. (Old Norse). See Tharkun @
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html - [T.D. - 10/25/08]

Gondor - "Definitions: Stone Land." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

CANDLE - "Definitions: tallow or wax molded around a stick and burned to give light. Associated spellings/words: candel (Old English); candela, candere ['to shine'] (Latin)."

CANDOR - "Definitions: purity, integrity. Associated spellings/words: candoure ['extreme whiteness']; candor ['sincerity, purity; originally, whiteness'] (Latin); candere ['to shine'] (Latin)."

CENTER - "Definitions: middle point. Associated spellings/words: centre, centrum, kentron ['goad, peg, staionary point of a pair of compasses, center']; kentein ['prick'] (Greek)."

CANTER - "Definitions: slow gallop."

candra - "(cap) a. shining, glittering, brilliant, bright. - m. the moon (often personif.), moon i.e. chief among (---)." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary

Chandra - "Definitions: moon (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: candra, canda."

candala - "Definitions: wild; bad; proper name of lowest caste; outcaste." (Sanskrit)

CENTURY - "Definitions: group of one-hundred. Associated spellings/words: Centurion ['an officer in the roman army'] (Latin); centum ['hundred']."

Kentauros - "Definitions: in Greek Myth he was conceived by Ixion and Nephele [Cloud]. He later mated with mares to produce the Centaurs; Greek horse-spirits, magic shape- shifters, and teachers of the Hellinic gods; mythological beings with a human head and torso mounted on a horse."

Candlemas - "Definitions: Roman day honoring Juno Februata as the virgin mother of Mars."

Chandler - "Definitions: candle seller." (French)

Gandharva - "Definitions: celestial musician; semi-divine males with equine [horse-like] heads and human bodies (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: Gandharva-Veda ['music and dancing']."

Gandalf - "Definitions: 'Wand-elf'; A wizard from Lord Of The Rings."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_GL.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

CENTRIFUGAL - "Definitions: a force tending to move out of the center of a circle. Associated spellings/words: centrum ['center'] + fugere ['to flee'] (Latin)."

CENTRIPETAL - "Definitions: a force pulling toward the center of a circle. Associated spellings/words: centrum ['center'] + petere ['to move toward'] (Latin)."

kenbiki - "Definitions: vibration or shaking and rocking techniques that are used to disperse and calm jitsu areas as well as increase circulation. Should not be used with chronically weakened clients with Qi deficiency. They need more gentle, stationary pressure to tonify Kyo." (Japanese)

kenodoxia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'vainglory' [Philippines 2:3]. Other definitions include: a passion for empty personal glory. Associated spellings/words: khnodoxia."

CENTIGRADE - "Trivia: a scale of a hundred steps from melting ice [100 degrees celcius] to boiling water [0 degrees celcius]. The 0 and hundred were later reversed. Celsius was named after it's inventer, the Swedish astronomer, Anders Celsius. Associated spellings/words: centum ['hundred'] + gradus ['step'] (Latin)."

kanth chakra - "Definitions: throat [kanth] wheel [chakra]; the fifth chakra, situated near the cervical plexus, that has sixteen petals. It has to do with respiration. Associated spellings/words: shodasdal kanwal [lotus of sixteen petals]." (Sanskrit)

CONTACT - "Definitions: a touching. Associated spellings/words: con + tangere ['touch']."

gm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'also' [Genesis 6:3]; 'even' [Genesis 20:5]; 'yea' [Genesis 20:6]; 'both' [Genesis 24:25]. Other definitions include: moreover, and, yet, likewise, with, therein, either, neither. Associated spellings/words: gam."

kam - "Definitions: lust, passion, desire; one of the five passions (lust, anger, greed, attachment, ego) [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: wish, love, to love, to have sexual intercourse with (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: kama ['desire, lust, love; name of the god of love'] (Sanskrit); kamah; raga; gamos ['married'] (Greek)."

kam - "Definitions: grasp, grip, to desire; to change." (Sumerian)

kam - "Definitions: receive." (Mayan)

CO- "Definitions: a prefix, originally the form of com- before vowels and h (as in coalesce, cohere) and meaning: 1) with, together, as in cooperate, coproduce; 2) joint, fellow, as in coauthor, copilot; 3) equally, same, as in coexisting; 4) in mathematics, complement, as in cosine. The prefix was borrowed from Latin co-, variant of com-, as is related to cum with, together with." [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology - 1995 edition] COM /p - "Definitions: repr. L. com-, arch. form of the prep. cum with, used in comps. with the meanings 'together, in combination or union', 'altogether, completely'. Com- was retained before b, p, m, and some vowels (as in comes COUNT), assim. before r, l (as in corruptus CORRUPT, collatio COLLATION), and reduced to CO- before most vowels; elsewhere it became CON- (But before f, as in COMFIT, COMFORT, com- has replaced con- in Eng.). (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary of English Etymology, Oxford Univers- ity Press, 1996]

CON /p - "Definitions: comb. form of L. prep. com (later cum) with, used regularly before all consonants except b, p, m, h, r, and l; see COL-, COM-. In OF. conv was reduced to cov-, e.g. COVENANT, COVET; many Eng. adoptions preserve this, but in some words con- was restored, e.g. CONVENT (q.v.). For the meaning see COM-. (Based on: Oxford Con- cise Dictionary of English Etymology, Oxford University Press, 1996]

gam - "Definitions: go, move, approach, attain; spend, pass time (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: agam ['inaccessible']." cam - "Definitions: mouth." (Aztec)

CAM - "Definitions: projection on a wheel (Dutch). Associated spellings/words: kamrad ['toothed wheel, cog-wheel']."

JAM - "Definitions: press into a close or tight position."

cem - "Definitions: one (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: ce."

Khem - "Definitions: one of the deified attributes of the creator. His headress consisted of two straight feathers. He was generally colored blue." (Egyptian)

kham - "Definitions: hole; vacuum; sky, heaven." (Sanskrit)

kham - "Definitions: bit, piece, bite of something, mouthful (Tibetan). Associated spellings/ words: qem ['Egyptian hieroglyph depicting a bird [Ibis] in the 'act of fishing']."

COME - "Definitions: move toward or arrive at something. Associated spellings/words: comb?; cuman, queman, koman, koma, qiman, gamati ['goes']; bainein ['go']; venire ['come']."

came - "Definitions: five." (Quiche Maya)

ch'am - "Definitions: to harvest; let blood; to grasp." (Mayan)

geme - "Definitions: slave girl." (Sumerian)

gama - "3 (cap) gama - a. going to or in (---); m. going, march, approach, cohabitation." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

kamei - "Definitions: give." (Gilbertese)

Camma - "Definitions: the goddess of the hunt among the Britons."

Gamma [G] - "Definitions: third letter in the Greek alphabet. The capital form of G depicts a verticle line with a short rightward-facing appendage forming a 90 degree angle. Small G depicts a y-like shape. General meanings attributed to G include: Godliness, and the trinity." (Greek)

kam-ma - "Definitions: they cover the lands." (Mayan)

keimai - "Definitions: appointed, determined, destined (Greek). Associated spellings/words: tithemi."

gameo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'marry' [Matthew 5:32, etc.]. Other definitions include: to marry, married. Associated spellings/words: gamhw; gamos ['marriage']; gamizo, gamisko ['to give in marriage']."

cameo - "Definitions: precious stone having two layers of different colours (Old French). Associated spellings/words: cameu, camehu, camahieu, camahutus."

commeo - "Definitions: to go up and down, back and forth, in and out." (Latin)

ghmizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'full' [Mark 4:37]. Associated spellings/words: gemizo."

kaminos - "Definitions: furnace." (Greek)

como - "Definitions: how." (Spanish)

gemo - "Definitions: full, be full." (Greek)

kammuo - "Definitions: to shut the eyes, close the eyes." (Greek)

Kamui - "Definitions: a class of deities, or spirits; sacred (Old Japanese). Associated spellings/words: Kami; Kamui Fuchi ['Supreme Ancestress']; Shiramba Kamui ['upholder of the world']; kamikaze ['divine wind'] (Japanese)."

CONVEY - "Definitions: escort, guide, conduct; transport or transmit. Associated spellings/ words: con + via ['way']."

gamos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'marriage' [Matthew 22:2, etc.]; 'wedding' [Matthew 22:3, etc.]. Other definitions include: a wedding or marriage festival."

CONVINCE - "Definitions: cause to believe."

khams - "Definitions: region, territory, country." (Tibetan)

camisia - "Definitions: shirt, nightgown. Associated spellings/words: chemise (Old French)."

CUSTOM - "Definitions: habitual course of action. Associated spellings/words: con + suescere ['become accustomed']; sui ['oneself']."

CONSISTENT - "Definitions: stand still, remain firm; being steady and regular. Associated spellings/words: con + sistere ['remain still']."

consumo - "Definitions: to spend, employ, use up, finish, waste away, destroy (Latin). Associated spellings/words: consummo ['to add together, sum up, make perfect, complete'] (Latin)."

CONSERVE - "Definitions: keep from wasting."

gamisko - "Definitions: to give in marriage." (Greek)

CONSCIENCE - "Definition: knowing-together, a word coined by Stoic philosophers who said deity is found only within the human mind; awareness of wright and wrong."

CONSEQUENCE - "Definitions: result or effect. Associated spellings/words: cosequi."

CONSECUTIVE - "Definitions: following in order. Associated spellings/words: consecutif."

Camazots - "Definitions: God of Bats." (Popol Vuh)

CONSTANT - "Definitions: steadfast or faithful. Associated spellings/words: constans, constare ['stand firm']."

CONSTRUE - "Definitions: explain or interpret."

CONSTRUCT - "Definitions: pile up, build or make. Associated spellings/words: con + struere."

CONSIDERATE - "Definitions: in close contact with the stars."

CONSIDERABLE - "Definitions: signifigant."

CONSTITUTE - "Definitions: make up, form, establish. Associated spellings/words: con + statuere ['set up']."

gamin - "Definitions: going (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: gamana."

kommen - "Definitions: come." (German) chaman - Definitions: flower, garden." (Persian)

COMMON - "Definitions: public, shared by several. Associated spellings/words: comun, communis."

Gemini - "Definitions: The twins Castor and Pollux; the 3rd zodiac sign. Trivia: the Vernal Equinox, reportedly, was at Gemini, in 6,000 B.C. Associated spellings/words: Dioscuri (Roman)."

Gemini - "[....] In Mythology, twins often represent the cosmic forces of light and dark, life and death, good and evil. The glyph for Gemini, two parallel columns, one light and the other dark, refers to the 'Gates of Hercules' which open into the world of opposites. This pairing of light and dark forces not only reflects our earthbound experience of the cycles of day and night, summer and winter, the waxing and waning of the moon, but also touches upon a profound human predicament, the problem of the shadow, the inner opposite, the adversary who is also sister (or brother), born of the same womb, a mirror reflection. [NP] Psychologically, our shadows are comprised of the parts of ourselves that we learned - usually at an early age - to ignore, deny, and split off as 'not me.' [....] The ancient Celts conceptualized this diabolical quality of the shadow in their idea that every king had a wyrd, a shadow twin who would someday overthrow him. [....]" [Based on: Parabola article (Gemini and the Path of Paradox, by Kat Duff, Vol. XIX, No. 2, 1994 (Twins), pp. 15-16]" [My brackets. NP = "new paragraph" - D.R.D.]
*Links: http://watch.pair.com/gemini.html

kamno - "Definitions: to grow weary, to be sick." (Greek)

Khemennu - "Definitions: Land of the Moon, an old name for Egypt." (Arabic)

COMMENCE - "Definitions: start. Associated spellings/words: comse, cumse, com + initiare ['initiate']."

MIND - "Definitions: memory; thought; purpose, intention. Associated spellings/words: munde, imund, gemynd, gimunt, gamunds."

COMMAND - "Definitions: order, control."

COMMUNITY - "Definitions: group dwelling place. Associated spellings/words: comun."

gml - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'camels' [Genesis 12:16, etc.]; 'camel' [Genesis 24:10, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: gamal."

gml - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'weaned' [Genesis 21:8]; 'did' [Genesis 50:15, 17]; 'yielded' [Numbers 17:8]. Other definitions include: to compensate, requite, reward, rewarded, recompense, bountifully, served, done, bestowed, to nourish until completely ripe [mature]. Associated spellings/words: gamal."

gamol - "Definitions: aged." (Anglo-Saxon)

kamal - "Definitions: lotus; an image used to describe the energy centers, both in the physical body and in the inner regions [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: kamala, kanwal."

kamal - "Sufis give special attention to the good and bad wishes of people. They strive continually to attract the good wishes of others whether worthy or unworthy, by every means in their power. Intensity of activity produces strong vibrations named in Sufi terms Jalal; gentleness of activity causes mild vibrations called Jamal. The former activity works as strength and power, the latter as beauty and grace. The conflict of both these forces is termed Kamal, and causes nothing but destruction."
*Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_2.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

jamal - "Definitions: gentleness of activity." (Sufi) *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_2.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

chmvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'asses' [Genesis 12:16]. Other definitions include: ass. Associated spellings/words: chamowr."

gammel - "Definitions: ancient." (Norwegian)

kamala - "243 (cap) kamala m. n. lotus-flower." *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Note: (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary

kamala - "Definitions: Born of the lotus." *Link: http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect.com/meaning_of_Kamala.html

gemara - "Definitions: study, memorization, tradition, or completion." (Aramaic)

CAMERA - "Definitions: vault, arched chamber, arched roof (Latin); box with a lens for taking pictures. Associated spellings/words: kamara ['thing with an arched cover'] (Greek)

Cameron - "Definitions: crooked nose." (Gaelic)

COMMERCE - "Definitions: trading, merchandise, intercourse, business. Associated spellings/ words: commercium, com + merx, merc ['merchandise']."

Kama-loka - "Definitions: 'the abode of the "Shells." ' [Based on: T.S.D. Vol. 1, by H.P. Blavatsky (1999 edition), p. 334]."

COLLECTIVE - "Definitions: denoting or shared by a group. Associated spellings/words: col + legere ['collect, assemble, choose, read']."

qmch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'meal' [Genesis 18:6]. Associated spellings/words: qemach."

MATCH - "Definitions: mate, fellow; person equal or corresponding XIII; + matching of adversaries XIV; contest; matrimonial alliance XVI. Associated spellings/words: gemaca; gimaco; gimahho ['fellow, equal'] (OHG); gemach ['easy, comfortable'] (German); gimah; gamisko ['to give in marriage'] (Greek); gamos ['marriage'] (Greek)."

CONGENIAL - "Definitions: kindred or agreeable."

CONCENTRATE - "Definitions: bring to a common centre, gather together. Associated spellings/ words: concentrer."

CONJURE - "Definitions: summon by sorcery."

CONQURE - "Definitions: defeat or overcome."

CONCEAL - "Definitions: hide. Associated spellings/words: con + celare ['hide']."

CONCLUDE - "Definitions: enclose, include, end. Associated spellings/words: con + claudere ['shut']."

COAGULATE - "Definitions: clotted. Associated spellings/words: coagulatus, coagulare ['to coagulate, curdle'] (Latin); coagulum ['rennet, means of curdling, literally, thing that presses or drives together (co- ['together'] + agere ['to drive'];

COAGULATION." [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology - 1995 edition]

CONGLOMERATE - "Definitions: made up of diverse parts."

CONGREGATE - "Definitions: meet, assemble. Associated spellings/words: congregare."

CONNECT - "Definitions: bind, fasten, join or associate. Associated spellings/words: con + nectare ['bind, fasten']."

CONCEIVE - "Definitions: pregnant, think of. Associated spellings/words: con + capere ['take']."

CONCISE - "Definitions: divided, broken up; said in few words. Associated spellings/words: con + caedere ['cut']."

kamp - "Definitions: bend, edge." kamp - "cl. 1. A1. (ep. also P.) %{kampate} (%{-ti}), %{cakampe}, %{kampiSyate}, %{akampiSTa}, %{kampitA} (Dha1tup. x, 13), to tremble, shake MBh. BhP. Pan5cat. &c.: Caus. P. A1. %{kampayati}, %{-te}, to cause or make to tremble, shake MBh. R. &c. [252,3]; to pronounce in a tremulous manner (i.e. with a thrill or shake): Desid. %{cikampiSate}: Intens. %{caMkampyate}, %{caMkampti}; [cf. Gk.$ Hib. {cabho7g} , `" hastening. "'] &78743[252 ,3] " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

camp - "Definitions: battle (Old English). Associated spellings/words: cempa ['fighter, warrior']."

chmd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pleasant' [Genesis 2:9]. Other definitions include: to take pleasure in, desire, desired, covet, coveted, beauty, delight."

chmt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bottle' [Genesis 20:15, 21:19]. Associated spellings/words: chemeth."

xemet - "Definitions: numeral three." (Egyptian)

CONNOTE - "Definitions: suggest additional meaning. Associated spellings/words: con + notare ['note']."

cambio - "Definitions: change." (Spanish)

kampus - "Definitions: sea monster." (German)

campus - "Definitions: level place, field, plain; place for games and military exercises." (Latin)

kabuse - "Definitions: wooden cabin on ship's deck (M.L. German). Associated spellings/words: Kombuse ['ship's mess'] (German)

Jamvudipa - "Definitions: the Buddhist name for our world." (Buddhist Mythology)

CONFINE - "Definitions: have a common boundary with, border; restrain or restrict to a limited area."

CONVENE - "Definitions: assemble or meet."

COMBINE - "Definitions: join two and two. Associated spellings/words: com + bini ['two together']."

CONTAIN - "Definitions: enclose or include."

CONDONE - "Definitions: forgive."

compono - "Definitions: to put together, compose." (Latin)

gambhan - "Definitions: 'depth'." (Sanskrit)

CONTINUE - "Definitions: remain in a place or condition."

CAMPAIGN - "Definitions: mate, associate; one who eats bread with; series of activities meant to gain a result. Associated spellings/words: com + panis ['bread']."

CONDENSE - "Definitions: compact."

CONVENIENT - "Definitions: suited to one's convenience."

CONTENT - "Definitions: something contained."

CONTEND - "Definitions: strive against rivals or difficulties."

COMPOUND - "Definitions: combine or add. Associated spellings/words: componere ['put together, combine, compose']."

cambium - "Definitions: exchange. Associated spellings/words: cambire ['to exchange'] (Latin)

CONTEMPORARY - "Definitions: occurring or existing at the same time; of the same age. Associated spellings/words: con + tempus, tempor [time]."

CONTEMPLATE - "Definitions: view or consider thoughtfully."

Kambel - "Definitions: a Papuan sky god who let the first people out of a tree."

COMPEL - "Definitions: constrain; drive or force together; cause through necessity. Associated spellings/words: com + pellere ['drive']."

CONFER - "Definitions: give."

COMPARE - "Definitions: represent as similar. Associated spellings/words: com + par ['equal']."

COMPILE - "Definitions: collect or compose from several sources. Associated spellings/words: compilare ['plunder'], com + pila ['pile']."

cambire - "Definitions: to exchange (Latin). Associated spellings/words: cambium."

CHAMBER - "Definitions: room. Associated spellings/words: camera, kamara ['vault']."

CONTOUR - "Definitions: outline, shape."

cambre - "Definitions: room; floorshow (1920s). Associated spellings/words; camera ['vault'] (Late Latin)"

COMPRISE - "Definitions: lay hold of; comprehend; include. Associated spellings/words: compris, comprendre."

COMPULSION - "Definitions: coercion, impulse. Associated spellings/words: compuls, compellere."

CONTRAST - "Definitions: unlikeness shown by comparing."

COMPREHEND - "Definitions: understand. Associated spellings/words: com + prehendere ['seize']."

CENTRAL - "Definitions: constituting or being near a center."

CONTROL - "Definitions: exercise power over."

Campbell - "Definitions: crooked mouth." (Gaelic)

CONVERSATION - "Definitions: an informal talking together."

COMPLEMENT - "Definitions: something that completes."

CONTRARY - "Definitions: opposite in character, nature, or position."

gematria - "Definitions: numerical value (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: geometria (Greek)."

COMPLEX - "Definitions: encompass, embrace, comprise; having many parts. Associated spellings/ words: complectere, com + plexus ['woven']."

CONVERGE - "Definitions: approach a single point."

CAMOUFLAGE - "Definitions: to disguise. Associated spellings/words: camoufler ['to disguise'] (French); camuffare (Italian); camouflet ['snub; earlier, smoke blown in some- one's face'] (French); muffula ['manipulation'] (Medieval Latin)."

COMPLEXION - "Definitions: combination of the four humours; of the bodystate of many parts. Associated spellings/words: complexio-on."

COMPLICATE - "Definitions: intertwine, mix up with; make complex or hard to understand. Associated spellings/words: com + plicare ['fold']."

COMFORT - "Definitions: encouragement, support, relief in distress; cause of satisfaction or content; material well-being. Associated spellings/words: con + fortis ['strong']."

CONVERT - "Definitions: turn from one belief or party to another."

CONTRIVE - "Definitions: devise or make with ingenuity."

COMPLETE - "Definitions: entire, finished, perfect; having no part lacking. Associated spellings/ words: complere ['fill up, finish, fulfill'], plenus ['full']."

CONTRIBUTE - "Definitions: give or help along with others."

CONVEX - "Definitions: vaulted, arched, curved or rounded like the outside of a sphere. Associated spellings/words: convexus."

CONDUCT - "Definitions: behavior."

CONDUCIVE - "Definitions: tending to help or promote."

CONFIGURE - "Definitions: arrange."

CONTEXT - "Definitions: words surrounding a word or phrase."

CONFIDE - "Definitions: trust; share private thoughts. Associated spellings/words: con + fidere ['trust']."

CONDITION - "Definitions: state of being."

CONFIDANT - "Definitions: one to whom secrets are confided. Associated spellings/words: con + fidere ['trust']."

COMPUTE - "Definitions: calculate. Associated spellings/words: com + putare ['clear or settle an account, reckon, think']."

COMPASS - "Definitions: designing, ingenuity; area, space, circle, scope. Associated spellings/ words: com + passus ['step']." CONDUIT - "Definitions: channel."

kampto - "Definitions: to bend, bow, the knee." (Greek)

COMPASSION - "Definitions: scoping. Associated spellings/words: compati ['suffer with, feel pity']."

COMPETANT - "Definitions: suitable, proper, adaquate; legally qualified or sufficient. Associated spellings/words: competens."

kr - "Definitions: to act, to make, to do (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Qr ['to re- cite, read'] (Arabic); gra ['love']; grach ['loving'] (Gaelic)."

qr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'cold' [Genesis 8:22]. Associated spellings/words: qor."

gr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stranger' [Genesis 15:13; 23:4, etc.]. Other definitions include: alien. Associated spellings/words: ger."

kl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'all' [Genesis 3:17]. Associated spell- ings/words: kol; klyl, klal ['whole, perfect']; klh ['complete']."

kl - "Definitions: measuring (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: kyl, kayil."

gl - "Definitions: heap [of stones], spring, wave, billow. Associated spellings/words: gal." (Hebrew)

cl - "Definitions: basket. Associated spellings/words: cal." (Hebrew)

kar - "Definitions: the hair of the head. Associated spellings/words: keras ['horn']." (Greek)

Ker - "Definitions: Spiritual being, or soul of the dead; ancestral spirit, or spirits [Keres] (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: kra ['The Gold Coast (Ashanti-Fanti) term for soul']; akra, ak'a."

ker - "Definitions: house, town (Breton). Associated spellings:words: carr ['stone, rock'] (Old English); cara ['town'] (Chile); kir ['town'] (Hebrew)."

kar - "Definitions: 'stone'." (Armenian)
*Links: http://touchthehistory.blogspot.com/2008/11/carahunge-armenian-stonehenge.html

cal - "Definitions: stir, move, to be moved, agitated, go away (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: kal ['drive, impel']; khel ['play']."

cal - "Definitions: house." (Aztec)

cel - "Definitions: green." (Aztec)

car - "Definitions: altogether; always, continually." (Tibetan)

gar - "Definitions: where; display; an emanation; a dance (Tibetan). Associated spellings/ words: ghr ['to sprinkle'] (Sanskrit)."

Gar [G] - "Definitions: Ash; spear of Odin [Gungnir]; the 33rd Rune." (Runic)

gal - "Definitions: big." (Sumerian)

gal - "Definitions: important, importance." (Tibetan)

gal - "Definitions: drip, drop, fall, vanish, pass away, slip away; eat swallow." (Sanskrit)

gal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'redeemed' [Genesis 48:16, etc]; 'redeem' [Exodus 6:6, etc.]; 'kinsmen' [Numbers 5:8]; 'avenger' [Numbers 35:12]; 'stain' [Job 3:5]; 'deliver' [Psalm 119:154]; 'ransomed' [Isaiah 51:10]. Other definitions include: revenge, revenger, kinsfolks, ransom. Associated spellings/words: ga'al."

gal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'abhor' [Leviticus 26:11, etc.]; 'vilely cast away' [2 Samuel 1:21]; 'faileth' [Job 21:10]; 'loathed' [Jeremiah 14:19], [Ezekiel 16:14]. Other definitions include: abhorred, aversion. Associated spellings/ words: ga'al."

gal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'polluted' [Ezra 2:62, etc]; 'defiled' [Isaiah 59:3]; 'stain' [Isaiah 63:3]; 'defile' [Daniel 1:8]. Other definitions include: unclean. Associated spellings/words: ga'al."

gel - "Definitions: Hebrew scriptures called the angels of the galaxy *gel or 'wheels,' whose revolutions meant revelations [....]." [Based on: T.W.D.O.S.A.S.O., Barbara Walker, 1988, p. 17]

gil - "Definitions: joy." (Hebrew)

gil - "Definitions: ravine." (Old Norse) See: Gilrain @ *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_GL.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

kal - "Definitions: count (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: kaala, kala ['a fixed point in time, time in general, proper season'] (Sanskrit); calculare (Latin); calculate; calendar."

kal - "Definitions: time or death; the negative power, the universal mind, the ruler of the three perishable worlds (physical, astral, causal); also called Dharam Rai, the lord of judgement, and Yama, the lord of death. Kal's headquarters are in the second spiritual region, Trikuti, of which he is ruler. Another name for Brahm [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit)."

k'al - "Definitions: to open; number 20. Associated spellings/words: gel ['change']." (Mayan)

kaal - "Time, wherein all the embodied souls live, move and have their being, until disrobed of the physical raiment, by disease, decay, and dissolution, called 'death,' a final change in the level of consciousness. Associated spellings/words: kal." (Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

kaal - "Definitions: knife (Korean). Associated spellings/words: kar ['acute poison; great pain; suffering'] (Tibetan)."

CALL - "Definitions: cry out; summon with a shout. Associated spellings/words: cal ['noise']; gal ['important, importance'] (Tibetan)."

khor - "Definitions: to rotate, to spin, circle." (Tibetan)

qahal - "Definitions: assemble, assembly, community. Associated spellings/words: adh, edah ['community,' 'congregation']." (Hebrew)

cla - "Definitions: to weigh, compare. Associated spellings/words: clh, cala." (Hebrew)

klh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'finished' [Genesis 2:1]; 'ended' [Genesis 2:2]; 'spent' [Genesis 21:15], [1 Kings 16:14]; 'finish' [Genesis 6:16]. Other definitions include: bringing a process to completion, to accomplish, cease, consume, determine, end, fail, be complete, be at an end, to be destroyed, failing with desire, longing, longing for, to strive toward a goal or purpose, to yearn toward an end. Associated spellings/words: kalah; kl, kol ['all']; klyl, klal ['whole, per- fect']."

kla - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'restrained' [Genesis 8:2]. Other definitions include: to restrict, withold, shut up, keep back, refrain, forbid. Associated spellings/words: kala."

qra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'called' [Genesis 1:5, 8; 2:19; 4:25, etc.]; 'gave' [Genesis 2:20, etc.]; 'cry' [Proverbs 8:1, etc.]. Other definitions include: to call, cried, named. Associated spellings/words: qara."

qra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'meet' [Genesis 18:2, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: qrah, qir'ah."

qra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'befall' [Genesis 42:4; 49:1]; 'falleth' [Exodus 1:10]. Associated spellings/words: qara'."

glh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'uncovered' [Genesis 9:21, etc.]. Other definitions include: uncover, discover, remove, captive, carry away, reveal, open. Associated spellings/words: galah."

gla - "Definitions: to expose, lay bare. Associated spellings/words: gala." (Hebrew)

qla - "Definitions: to sling, hurl forth. Associated spellings/words: qala."

grey - "Definitions: dog." (Icelandic)

kllh - "Definitions: bride, daughter-in-law. Associated spellings/words: kallah."

kara - "Definitions: making, causing." (Sanskrit)

kara - "Definitions: to encircle, beseige." (Sumerian)

kele - "Definitions: inside, the reverse side." (Hindu, Naga-Maya)

cara - "Definitions: face (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: kala ['fry, roast'] (Arab)."

gala - "Definitions: milk (Greek). Associated spellings/words: Galio ['one who lives on milk'] (Latin)."

kala - "Definitions: time; dumb, indistinct, low, soft [of sounds]; dark blue, black [the black part of the eye]; fate; death (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Kala ['the God of time'] (Hindu Mythology)."

kala - "The art of music in the East is called Kala, and has three aspects: vocal, instrumental, and expressing movement."
*Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_7.htm - [T.D. - 11/04/07]

garra - "Definitions: set." (Sumerian)

Calah - "Definitions: a city at the beginning of Nimrod's kingdom [Genesis 10:11]. Associated spellings/words: Klch, Kelach."

ghara - "Definitions: home, house." (Pali)

garra - "Definitions: claw." (Spanish)

qalah - "Definitions: dishonor." (Hebrew)

kly - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'jewels' [Genesis 24:53; Exodus 3:22; 11:2; 12:35, etc.]; 'weapons' [Genesis 27:3, etc.]; 'stuff' [Genesis 31:37, 45:20, etc.], [Exodus 22:7]; 'sacks' [Genesis 42:25]; 'vessels' [Genesis 43:11], [Exodus 25:39; 27:3, 19; 30:27, 28, etc.]; 'instruments' [Genesis 49:5], [Exodus 25:9, etc.]; 'furniture' [Exodus 31:7, 8, 9; 35:14, etc.]; 'vessel' [Leviticus 11:33, 34]; 'thing' [Leviticus 13:52, 53, etc.]; 'pertaineth' [Deuteronomy 22:5]; 'armour' [1 Samuel 14:6, etc.]; 'carriage' [1 Samuel 17:22]; 'tool' [1 Kings 6:7]. Other definitions include: whatsoever, bag, artillery. Associated spellings/words: kaliy."

kari - "Definitions: a Malay peninsula god of thunder and creator of man (Semang Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Karei; Kari ['A tempest giant and lord of the storm giants'] (Teutonic mythology)."

Kali - "Definitions: The Black One, a 4-handed Hindu Devi who reportedly holds a sword, a severed head, a holy book, and prayer beads; play; the feminine form of Kala (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Kaliya ['The five-headed king of the serpents who lived in the river Yamuna (Jumna)']; 'a multi-headed fire-breathing demon; a Naga'] (Bhagavata Purana); Kali Yuga ['age of strife; last period in each world era [kalpa] that reportedly lasts for a period of 432,000 yrs.'] (Sanskrit)."

Geri - "Definitions: one of two hunting hounds crouched at the feet of Odin." (Norse Mythology)

calli - "Definitions: house, building." (Aztec)

jarri - "Definitions: become." (Basque)

CREA /r - "Definitions: create. Associated spellings/words: creare." (Latin)

kriya - "Definitions: action, activity; skill; exercises." (Sanskrit)

carya - "Definitions: activity; mode of behavior, conduct." (Sanskrit)

qaria - "Definitions: smashing, obliterating, crushing, calamity; a day in which mountains are like fluffed tuffs of wool and human beings like scattered moths (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: quari'a."

Celia - "Definitions: blind." (Latin)

chrio - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'anointed' [Luke 4:18], [Acts 4:27; 10:38], [2 Corinthians 1:21], [Hebrews 1:9]. Other definitions include: usefulness, value. Associated spellings/words: xriw; christos, xristos ['anointed']."

klaio - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'weep' [Mark 5:39]."

Crius - "Definitions: the power of the sea. Husband of: Eurybia. Father of: Astraeus; Pallas; Styx." (Greek Mythology)

kryos - "Definitions: frost." (Greek)

Celeus - "Father of Callidice, Cleisidice, Demo, & Callithoe." (Greek Mythology)

CURIOUS - "Definitions: careful, studious; ingenious, skilled; eager to know or learn; interesting; exciting attention by being odd or strange. Associated spellings/words: cura ['care']."

Kali Yuga - "Definitions: Age of Iron, the Dark Age, the age of strife that reportedly lasts 432,000 years." (Sanskrit)

Cleopatra - "Definitions: glory of her father. Associated spellings/words: kleos ['glory'] + pater ['father']."

klis - "Definitions: to be distressed." (Sanskrit)

xaris - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'grace' [John 1:14]. Associated spellings/words: charis."

Ceres - "Definitions: The daughter of Kronos and Rhea, and by Zeus the mother of Persephone. Latin goddess cognate with the Greek, Kore, and identified with Demeter as Mother Earth. Mythology: Ceres was bread, and Bacchus was wine; the former meaning re- generation of life from the seed, and the later - the grape - the emblem of wisdom and knowledge; the accumulation of the spirit of things, and the fermentation and subsequent strength of that esoteric knowledge being justly symbolized by wine (H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 2, p. 44)."

creas - "Definitions: flesh (Greek). Associated spellings/words: sarx, sarcos, pus, podos." kreis - "Definitions: circle. Associated spellins/words: kreisen ['revolve']." (German)

krisis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'judgement' [Matthew 5:21, etc.]; 'condemnation' [John 3:19, etc]; 'damnation' [John 5:29, etc.], [Mark 3:29]; 'accusation' [2 Peter 2:11], [Jude 1:9]. Other definitions include: pronouncing judgement, decision. Associated spellings/words: krites ['to be a judge']."

CRISIS - "Definitions: turning-point of a disease; vital or decisive stage in events. Associated spellings/words: krisis ['a separation, selection, judgement'] (Greek); krinein ['decide'] (Greek)."

chrisma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'unction' [1 John 2:20]; 'anointing' [1 John 2:27]. Associated spellings/words: xrisma."

CHARISMA - "Definitions: free gift of God's grace. Associated spellings/words: kharisma, kharizesthai ['show favor'], kharis ['favor, grace'] (Greek)."

crescere - "Definitions: to increase (Latin). Associated spellings/words: crescent."

kreischen - "Definitions: shriek." (German)

christos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Christ' [Matthew 1:1, 18; 16:16; 22:42; 23:8, 10; 24:5; 26:63, 68; 27:17, 22], [Mark 1:1; 8:29, 9:41; 12:35; 13:21; 14:61; 15:32], [Luke 2:11, 26: 3:15; 4:41; 9:20; 20:41; 22:67; 23:2, 35, 39; 24:26, 46], [John 1:17, 20, 25, 41; 3:28; 4:25, 29, 42; 6:69; 7:26, 27, 31, 41, 42; 9:22; 10:24; 11:27; 12:34; 17:3; 20:31], [Acts 2:30, 31, 36, 38; 3:6, 18, 20; 4:10, 26; 5:42; 8:5, 12, 37; 9:20, 22, 34; 10:36; 11:17; 15:11, 26; 16:18, 31; 17:3; 18:5, 28; 19:4; 20:21; 24:24; 26:23; 28:31], [Romans 1:1, 3, 16; 2:16; 3:22; 5:1, 6, 8, 11; 6:3, 4, 8, 9, 23; 7:4, 25], [Revelations 1:1; 11:15; 12:10; 20:4, 6]. Other definitions include: xristos ['to be rubbed on, used as ointment or salve'], anointed (Greek). Associated spellings/words: Xristos; Messias; Messiah, Msych."

christianos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Christians' [Acts 11:26]; 'Christian' [Acts 26:28], [1 Peter 4:16]. Other definitions include: Jesus' followers. Associated spellings/words: Xristianos."

krystallos - "Definitions: pieces of transparent rock with symmetrical shapes, crystals (Greek). Associated spellings/words: kryos ['frost']."

Cleisidice - "One of the four daughters (Callidice, Cleisidice, Demo, & Callithoe) of Celeus." (Greek Mythology)

klein - "Definitions: short, small." (German)

grian - "Name for the Sun." (Irish) *Link: http://www.nineplanets.org/days.html

glene - "Definitions: eyeball (Greek). Associated spellings/words: glenoid."

GLEAN - "Definitions: gather reaped corn; collect little by little. Associated spellings/words: glener, glennar."

kalein - "Definitions: call." (Greek)

chriein - "Definitions: anoint, smear." (Greek)

Colleen - "Definitions: girl. Associated spellings/words: cailin (Irish)."

krino - "Definitions: to judge, decide, evaluate, assess, distinguish between, pronounce judgement, select, prefer."

Grianan - "Definitions: 'little sun'; parent of Cailleach Bheur." (Celtic Mythology)

gling - "Definitions: island, land, place; sanctuary; continent; monastery; temple complex; mansion; part." (Tibetan)

CLINIC - "Definitions: n. Before 1626, a bedridden person; borrowed from Latin clinicus physic- ian (also as an adjective, meaning of or having to do with bed), from Greek klinikos physician who visits bed patients (and, as in Latin, with adjective meaning 'of bed'), from kline bed, from klinein to incline, LEAN slant. (Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology - 1995 edition). Associated spellings/words: klinike (techne) ['art of treating the bedridden, from klinikos (iatros) physician who visits bedridden patients)."

gringo - "Definitions: the first two words from 'Green Grow the Lilacs,' a song commonly sung by American troops during the Mexican-American War of 1848."

cringan - "Definitions: fall in battle (Old English). Associated spellings/words: crang, crungon, crungen."

klingel - "Definitions: bell." (German)

grim - "Definitions: mask, often a title of Teutonic deities, like Grimhild; ominous. Associated spellings/words: grima ['mask, ghost'] (Anglo Saxon); a character in Lord Of The Rings - Grima Wormtongue."

karim - "Definitions: heroic generosity; a generous hero; one of the principle 'names of God' in the Quran." (Arabic)

Kailayam - "Definitions: The abode of Sivan [Shiva]." (Tamil Mythology)

krima - "Definitions: decree, judgement." (Greek)

chrema - "Definitions: wealth, property." (Greek)

Kali Ma - "[....] Kali was the basic archetypal image of the birth-and-death Mother, simultaneously womb and tomb, giver of life and devourer of her children: the same image portrayed in a thousand ancient religions. [....] Kali stood for Existence, which meant Becoming because all her world was an eternal living flux from which all things rose and disappeared again, in endless cycles. [....] Brahmans assigned Kali's three functions to three male gods, calling them Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver, and Kali's archaic consort Shiva the destroyer; but many scriptures opposed this male trinity as offensively artificial. A prayer in the Tantrarasa said: 'O Mother! Cause and Mother of the World! Thou art the One Primordial Being, Mother of innumerable creatures, Creatrix of the very gods; even of Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Preserver, and Shiva the Destroyer! O Mother, in hymning Thy praise I purify my speech!(7) [....] Even the arrogant Vishnu, who claimed to have brought the whole earth out of the primordial abyss, received the grace of enlight- enment concerning Kali and wrote a poem about her: 'Material cause of all change, manifestation and destruction ... the whole Universe rests upon Her, rises out of Her and melts away into Her. From her are crystallized the original elements and qualities which construct the apparent worlds. She is both mother and grave.... The gods themselves are merely constructs out of Her maternal substance, which is both consciousness and potential joy.'(9) [....] As a Mother, Kali was called Treasure-House of Compassion (karuna), Giver of Life to the world, the life of all lives. [....] The name of Eve may have originated with Kali's Ieva or Jiva, the primordial female principle of manifestation; she gave birth to her 'first manifest- ed form' and called him Idam (Adam). She also bore the same title given to Eve in the Old Testament: Mother of All Living (Jaganmata).(17) [NP] As the primal Deep, or menstrual Ocean of Blood at creation, Kali was certainly the same as the biblic- al tehom, Tiamat, or tohu bohu, the 'flux' representing her state of formlessness between manifested universes. [....] As Kundalini the Female Serpent, she resembled the archaic Egyptian serpent-mother said to have created the world. It was said of Kundalini that at the beginning of the universe, she starts to uncoil in 'a spiral line movement which is the movement of creation.'(18) This spiral line was vitally important in late Paleolithic and Neolithic religious symbolism, representing death and rebirth as movement into the disappearing-point of formlessness, and out of it again, to a new world of form. Spirals therefore appeared on tombs, as one of the world's first mystical symbols. [NP] Lunar priests of Sinai, formerly priestesses of the Moon-goddess, called themselves kalu.(22) Similar priestesses of prehistoric Ireland were kelles, origin of the name Kelly, which meant a hierophantic clan de- voted to 'the Goddess Kele' ....(23) This was cognate with the Saxon Kale, or Cale, whose lunar calendar or kalends included the spring month of Sproutkale, when Mother Earth (Kale) put forth new shoots.(24) In antiquity the Phoenicians referred to the strait of Gilbraltar as Calpe, because it was considered the passage to the western paradise of the Mother.(25) [....] Though called 'the One,' Kali was always a trin- ity: the same Virgin-Mother-Crone triad established perhaps nine or ten millenia ago, giving the Celts their triple Morrigan; the Greeks their triple Moerae and all other manifestations of the Threefold Goddess; the Norsemen their triple Norns; the Romans their triple Fates and triadic Uni (Juno); the Egyptians their triple Mut; the Arabs their triple Moon-goddess - she was the same everywhere. Even Christians modeled their threefold God on her archetypal trinity.(29) [....] Kali's three forms appeared in the sacred colors known as Gunas: white for the Virgin, red for the Mother, black for the Crone, symbolizing birth, life, death.(32) Black was Kali's fundamental color as the Destroyer, for it meant the formless condition she assumed between creations, when all the elements were dissolved in her primordial substance. 'As white, yellow, and other colors all dissappear in black, in the same way ... all being enter Kali.'(33) [NP] The Black Goddess was known in Finland as Kalma (Kali Ma), a haunter of tombs and an eater of the dead.(34) European 'witches' worshipped her in the same funeral places, for the same reasons, that Tantric yogis and dakinis worshipped her in cremation grounds, as Smashana-Kali, Lady of the Dead. (35) Their ceremonies were held in the places of ghosts where ordinary folk feared to go.(36) So were the ceremonies of western 'witches' - that is, pagans. They adored the Black Mother Earth in cemetaries, where Roman tombstones invoked her with the phrase Mater genuit, Mater recepit - Mother bore me, the Mother took me back. (37) [....] Ramakrishna revitalized the worship of the Mother, as his pupil Vivek- ananda said; 'It was no new truths that Ramakrishna came to preach, though his advent brought old truths to light.' Vivekananda predicted the resurgence of the Mother into the consciousness of the world's population, after patriarchal relig- ions had forced her into concealment in the unconscious: 'One vision I see clear as life before me, that the ancient mother has awakened once more, sitting on her throne rejuvenated, more glorious than ever. Proclaim her to all the world with the voice of peace and benediction.'(46) Clearly, this Goddess was much more than the London Museum's 'Destroying Demon.' " (7) de Riencourt, 167. (9) Rawson, E.A., 159. (17) Avalon, 120, 277. (18) Avalon, 193, 229, 233. (22) Lindsay, O.A., 40. (23) Joyce, 352. (24) Brewster, 88. (25) Massa, 43. (29) Stone, 17. (32) Avalon 328. (33) Mahanirvanatantra, 295. (34) Larousse, 306. (35) Mahanirvanatantra, 360. (36) Rawson E.A., 152. (37) lederer, 22. (46) Menen, 149. [Based on: The woman's Encyclopodia of Myth and Secrets, by Barbara G. Walker (copyright 1983), pp. 488-494] - [Note: My brackets. "NP" = New paragraph - D.R.D.]

klimax - "Definitions: ladder (Greek). Mythology: 'Greek klimax meant a ladder to heaven, and also a sexual encounter with the Goddess or with one's own female soul (psyche, shakti); in either case the result was mystic enlightenment. Thracian kings ascended to the Goddess Hera." [Based on: T.W.D.O.S.A.S.O., Barbara Walker, 1988, p. 24]" Associated spellings/words: CLIMAX; clivus ['declivity']."

CALOR /r- "Definitions: heat. Trivia: to measure the quantity of heat, physicists decided to call the heat required to raise one gram of water from a temperature of 14.5 C. to 15.5 C. one gram-calorie or, simply, one calorie. One calorie is equal to 4.185 joules or to 41,850,000 ergs (Latin). Associated spellings/words: calere."

carira - "Definitions: form. Associated spellings/words: sharira ['body'] (Hindu)."

kreieren - "Definitions: create." (German)

CORRELATE - "Definitions: show a connection between. Associated spellings/words: correlatio."

gelic - "Definitions: alike (Old English). Associated spellings/words: iliche, ilike, alikr, glic ['clever'] (Gaelic)."

cliche - "Definitions: 'cast in metal from a mold'. Associated spellings/words: stereotyped."

karka - "Definitions: 'crab' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Cancer."

Cailleach - "Definitions: Veiled one, Old Wife, the daughter of *Grianan ['little sun'] (Celtic). Associated spellings/words: *Cailleach Bheur."

Cailleaca - "Definitions: wise and ancient woman with extraordinary eyesight and supernatural powers; 'Mother of All'. Associated spellings/words:Cailleac Beara ['A famous hag of Irish and Scottish folklore']; cailleac ['veiled woman']; cailleac ['last sheaf of harvest regarded as the embodiment of the corn or field spirit; veiled woman; old woman']; Dirri, Digdi (Irish Folklore); Scotia."
*Links: http://www.cailleach.org
http://www.celtictale.com/our_gods/cailleach.htm http://www.shee-eire.com/Magic&Mythology/Gods&Goddess/Celtic/Goddess/Cailleach-Beara/Page1.htm

Cailleaca - "In Irish and Scottish mythology, the Cailleaca ... also known as the Cailleach Bheur ['sharp', or 'shrill'], is generally seen as a divine hag, a creator, and possibly an ancestral deity or deified ancestor. The word simply means 'old woman' in modern Scottish Gaelic, and has been applied to numerous mythological figures in both Scotland and Ireland. [....] The word cailleach (Scottish Gaelic) comes from a root meaning 'veiled one', originally referring to nuns and is related to caileag which means 'girl'. The Lowland Scots word for 'hag' is carline which has evolved to mean witch. Another word for hag is the Irish Sile, which has led some to speculate on a connection between the Cailleach and the stonecarvings of Sheela na Gigs. [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cailleach] - [T.D. 03/10/07]

karykeion - "Definitions: herald's staff (Greek). Associated spellings/words: karyx, karykos ['a herald'] (Greek); caduceus (Latin)

CRED /r - "Definitions: believe. Associated spellings/words: credo (Latin); cretim (Old Irish); credere ['believe']."

CREEP - "Definitions: crawl. Associated spellings/words: clivus ['slope'] (Latin)."

CREED - "Definitions: statement of essential beliefs. Associated spellings/words: credo ['I believe']; creer ['to believe, to think'] (Spanish)."

CLEAVE - "Definitions: split, divide. Associated spellings/words: cleven, cleofan (Old English); klioban ['to split'] (Old Saxon); klieben (Modern German); kljufa ['to split'] (Old Icelandic); CLOVAN, CLEAVAGE, CLEAVER."

CLEAVE - "Definitions: stick, cling. Associated spellings/words: cleovien; cleofian, clifan (Old English); klibon ['to stick, cling'] (Old Saxon); kleben ['to stick'] (Modern German); klifa ['to climb, clamber'] (Old Icelandic)."

CREATE - "Definitions: bring into being. Associated spellings/words: creatus, crescere ['grow'], creare ['bring forth, produce, cause to grow']."

carita - "Definitions: biography." (Hindu)

Callithoe - "One of the four daughters (Callidice, Cleisidice, Demo, & Callithoe) of Celeus." (Greek Mythology)

krites - "Definitions: to be a judge. Associated spellings/words: krino ['judge']; krisis ['decision judgement damnation']; krima ['verdict']." (Greek)

griefen - "Definitions: reach." (German)

Glitnir - "Definitions: the hall of peace." (Norse Mythology)

Clytemnestra - "[....] From the first egg laid by Leda, Castor and Clytemnestra emerged as mortals subject to sickness, aging and death, and from the second, Polydeuces and Helen hatched as full-blown immortals. [....]" [Based on: Parabola article (Gemini and the Path of Paradox, by Kat Duff, Vol. XIX, No. 2, 1994 (Twins), p. 12]" (Greek Mythology)

kriterion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'judgements' [1 Corinthians 6:4]. Other definitions: to judge, judgement; the instrument or means of trying or judging anything. Associated spellings: krithrion." (Greek)

CEREBRUM - "Definitions: brain, chief portion of the brain." {Latin)

CALIBRATE - "Definitions: determine, correct, or put measuring marks on. Associated spellings/ words: kalaba ['turn, convert']."

Callidice - "One of the four daughters (Callidice, Cleisidice, Demo, & Callithoe) of Celeus." (Greek Mythology)

Krittikas - "Definitions: razors, cutters; the Seven Mothers of the World; the Pleiades (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: kritikos ['judge'] (Greek)."

kelippoth - "Definitions: realm of evil; the world of nature and human existence." (Hebrew)

Ceridwen - "There are several possible interpretations of the name 'Ceridwen'. The earliest recorded form, found in the Black Book of Carmarthen, is Cyrridven.[1] This was interpreted by Sir Ifor Williams as 'crooked woman' (cyrrid < cwrr 'crooked or
bent'? + ben 'woman, female'), although the precise meaning of cyrrid is uncertain.[2][3] Another possible meaning for the second element, based on the much more common form "Ceridwen", is 'fair, beloved' or 'blessed, sacred' (gwen, mutated here to -wen, is a common element in female saints' names, e.g. Dwynwen).[4] *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceridwen

klu - "Definitions: Naga; a group of gods or demons (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: glyphus, gluph ['carving'] (Greek)."

Kru - "Definitions: a Cambodian shaman."

khru - "Definitions: a cubit, the distance from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger." (Tibetan)

klao - "Definitions: to break (Greek). Associated spellings/words: kleio ['shut, shut up'] (Greek)."

CLUE - "Definitions: ball of thread. Associated spellings/words: clew, cliewen ['ball skein'] (Old English); kleuwin ['ball of thread, skein']. In Greek legend Theseus was guided by a ball or clew of thread through the Cretan Labyrinth, thus the sense of a guide to solving a mystery or problem is in illusion to the Greek myth [....]." [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology - 1995 edition]

khalu - "Definitions: an enclictic particle of emphasis; indeed, assuredly, of course, after all, certainly." (Sanskrit)

Chloe - "Definitions: green shoot. Associated spellings/words: Khloe ['an epithet of the goddess Demeter'] (Greek)."

chairo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'joy' [Matthew 2:10, etc.]. Other definitions include: joyous. Associated spellings/words: chara, xara."

keleuo - "Definitions: to charge, to command, to give orders (Greek). Associated spellings/ words: entellomai, epitasso, prostasso."

groa - "Definitions: big." (German)

Caer Wydyr - "Definitions: the 'Glass Castle'. An Otherworld fortress (British Legend). Associated spellings/words: *Ynys Witrin ['Isle of Glass']; Glastonbury; faery Isle of Avalon."

Kalou-Vu - "Definitions: the 'root gods' of Fiji, the original gods or ancestors. Associated spellings/words: karaua ['heaven, sky'] (Gilbertese)."

kalos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'good' [Matthew 3:10, etc.]. Other definitions include: better, honest, beautiful, excellent, magnificient."

kreuz - "Definitions: cross." (German)

Charos - "Definitions: ancient Greek god of death. Associated spellings/words: Charon."

glossa - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'tongue' [Mark 7:33, etc.]. Other definitions include: tongues; foreign language, foreign languages. Associated spellings/words: glwssa."

kerysso - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'preaching' [Matthew 3:1, etc.]; 'preach' [Mark 1:4, etc.]; 'published' [Mark 7:36, etc.]; 'preached' [1 Timothy 3:16]; 'proclaiming' [Revelation 5:2]. Other definitions include: to proclaim. Associated spellings/words: khrussw."

khrusos - "Definitions: gold." (Greek)

Chrysanta - "Definitions: golden flower." (Greek)

Glooskap - "Definitions: a creator god of the peoples of the Northeast Woodlands; the good one of two twin brothers." (Native American)

Crusades - "Definitions: military expeditions undertaken by western European Christians between 1095 and 1270 A.D. to recover Jerusalem and other Palestinian places of pilgramage from Muslim control. The Crusades reportedly began formerly on Tuesday, November 27th, 1095. Crusaders took Jerusalem by storm on July 15th, 1099 and massacred virtually every inhabitant. It has been estimated that Europe was Christianized at a cost of about 8 million to 10 million lives. Associated spellings/words: crusade ['cross'] (Latin)."

claustrum - "Definitions: a closed place." (Latin)

CHRON /r - "Definitions: time. Associated spellings/words:

CHRONICLE; khronos; geron ['old, old man'] (Greek)."

qlvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'confusion' [Job 10:15]; 'shame' [Psalm 83:16], [Proverbs 3:35]; 'dishonour' [Proverbs 6:33]. Other definitions include: disgrace, disgraceful, ignominy, reproach. Associated spellings/words: qalon."

groin - "Definitions: depression between abdomen and thigh; regional anatomical term referring to the junction of the thigh with the abdominal wall; intersection of two vaults. Associated spellings/words: grynde? ['abyss'] (Old English)."

CLOWN - "Definitions: '[....] The Hopi say that clowns were born of the earth itself arising from the ground both to prod humanity toward full life and to remind them to believe themselves not too great. In that capacity, the "Societies of Clowns" formed within the tribal culture. The clowns had sacred functions in the cosmology of the tribes as well as mundane functions in everyday life. [....] "Clowns were humanity's first policemen." [....] As early as the seventh century B.C.E., clowns were strolling the streets and marketplaces of ancient Greece. Called *deikeliktas ("those who put on plays"), they lampooned everyone; soldiers, village idiots, witches, slaves, senators, and even the gods. [....] The Gypsies were popular entertainers throughout Europe, much as their archetype had always enjoyed a seat (or just a stool) at court. When the Puritans closed theaters in England in 1642, the actors and bards took their cue from the Gypsies and became itinerant jongleurs - stotytellers, jugglers, musicians, and clowns. Small troupes traveled the countryside staging satirical farces on improvised stages, in streets, and at fairground booths. In Italy the street theater became known as the commedia dell'arte. [....] We need the Fool to thwart the clever schemes of Trickster, and we need to see Trickster made a fool of by the Fool. It serves to remind us that our pride is as foolish as our foolishness, and we need to laugh at ourselves , at our friends, at our enemies. We need to see the forces that shape our lives as non-absolute so we can change if change is proper. In this, the Fool leads us toward understandings we could never gain from taking things too ser- iously in our too-short lives. [....]' To perceive the foolishness in even the great- est of achievements, the most frightening of failings, and the most powerful of in- stitutions is a vital gift of consciousness and serves the most primal of evolution's dictates to its creatures - Survive. [NP] That gift of consciousness, the Fool within us, explains perfectly why it was that Man Maker the Magician needed Trickster at his side for the art of creation. The Fool's role surfaces in all cultures and all belief systems as a vital portion of who and what we are. He has survived unchanged from the beginning of time, as humans reckon time. He is foil to the theologies humans invent to guide our steps to "paradise" by guiding our steps here on earth.' - [Based on: PARABOLA (August 2001 - THE FOOL), pp. 8-12 (A Fool's History of Human Civilization, by Joy Thompson)]. Associated spellings/words: voix de ville ['street voices'] (French). Note: NP = New Paragraph (my brackets - D.R.D.)"

karoun - "Definitions: stupefy." (Greek)

Calvin - "Definitions: bald." (Latin)

Charon - "Definitions: classic ferryman of the river Styx (Greek Myth). Associated spellings/ words: ciaran, ciar ['black'] (Irish)."

corona - "Definitions: crown (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: crann ['tree'] (Gaelic)."

karuna - "Definitions: compassion (Sanskrit & Pali). Associated spellings/words: karuna ['active compassion']; claon ['inclination'] (Gaelic)."

Kroni - "Definitions: primordial personification of evil." *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayyavazhi_mythology

Chronos - "Definitions: a period or space of time; Mythology: Father Time; the first Titan; leader of the Titans. Son of: Gaia [Earth] & Uranus [Sky, Heaven]. Father of Zeus [Jupiter]; Hera; Demeter; Hestia; Hades [Pluto]; Poseidon [Neptune], by Rhea. Associated spellings/words: Cronus, Kronos; Saturn (Roman Mythology); kairos ['time'] (Greek)."

chronios - "Definitions: lasting." (Greek)

klong - "Definitions: center, middle (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: glong."

Krung - "Definitions: the capital city. Associated spellings/words: Krung Thep ['City of the Gods, or Angels']." (Thai?) khrung - "Definitions: be born." (Tibetan)

Carahunge - "Definitions: 'speaking stones' (Armenian?). Associated spellings/words: karahunj; Zorakarer, etc."
*LInks: http://www.carahunge.com/history.html

karum - "Definitions: colony, community, port, commercial settlement." (Old Assyrian)

chlvm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dream' [Genesis 20:3, 35:7, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: chalowm."

CHROM /r - "Definitions: color. Associated spellings/words: chroma (Greek); chromosomes ['colored bodies']."

krumm - "Definitions: curved (German). Associated spellings/words: crime."

kalymma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'vail' [2 Corinthians 3:13, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: kalumma; masweh ['veil'] (Hebrew)."

Clymene - "Mythology: An Oceanid [a sea nymph fathered by Oceanus]. Wife of Iapetus. Mother of: Prometheus; Atlas; Epimetheus."

kallola - "Definitions: wave, billow." (Sanskrit)

Chloris - "Definitions: green. Associated spellings/words: chloros, khloris ['a minor goddess of vegetation'] (Greek)."

COROLLARY - "Definitions: proposition appended to another as a self-evident inference; immediate deduction or consequence. Associated spellings/words: corolla."

khrul pa - "Definitions: mistake, error, illusion." (Tibetan)

glog - "Definitions: electricity, lightning." (Tibetan) kroog - "Definitions: circle." (Russian)

Jorojin - "Definitions: Japanese god of long life."

glycine - "Definitions: sugar of gelatin, a molecule not containing a hydroxyl group, such as amino acids."

gleukos - "Definitions: sweet, sweet juice, sweet wine (Greek). Associated spellings/words: glukus, glykys, glucose ['blood sugar']."

CRUCIAL - "Definitions: cross-shaped; that decides between rival hypotheses, decisive; vitally important. crux, cruc ['cross']."

glycol - "Definitions: an organic liquid sweeter than table sugar, but fairly poisonous and used mainly as an antifreeze."

glycerol - "Definitions: a sweet as table sugar compound which makes up part of the molecules of oil and fat."

glycogen - "Definitions: producer of sweetness. Associated spellings/words: gleuko + genes ['produce'] (Greek)."

CROOKED - "Definitions: fraudulent, twisted."

CRUCIBLE - "Definitions: vessel for fusing metals. Associated spellings/words: crucibulum ['night-lamp'], crux, cruc ['cross']."

grof - "Definitions: tall." (German)

qrvb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'near' [Genesis 19:20, etc.]; 'nigh' [Psalm 145:18, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: qarowb."

grub - "Definitions: accomplish, completed, attain." (Tibetan)

clud - "Definitions: any round mass as, for instance, a stone; cloud." (Anglo-Saxon)

CLUD /r - "Definitions: shut. Associated spellings/words: claudo, clausus; CLUS."

krodh - "Definitions: anger; one of the five deadly passions (lust, anger, greed, attachment and ego) [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: krodha; dosh." (Sanskrit)

Kuarup - "Definitions: Amazonian festival held after someone important has died."

cherub - "Definitions: the characterization of the figure believed to be seated on the Chariot Throne of the Merkabah mystics. The emanation of God's invisible glory [Shekhinah] whose flame encircles God and causes to come into being not only the cherub and the throne upon which he sits, but the human soul. Master of all forms, it was from the cherub's transformation into a human form that the model of man in the likeness of god was made. Associated spellings/words: chrb."

Garuda - "Definitions: devourer; said to be the Sun in the form of a bird who devoures all evil things; half man and half eagle creature on which Vishnu rides; King of the birds and enemy of serpents (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: karout ['king'] (Gilbertese)."

khro ba - "Definitions: be angry, rage." (Tibetan)

kilubi - "Definitions: cage (Old Semitic). Associated spellings/words: kelub; claudia ['lame'] (Latin)."

ciruti - "(otl) 01 ear (TLS) / 02 street (TLS)" Note: (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*LInk: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

globo - "Definitions: balloon." (Spanish)

Clotho - "Definitions: The Spinner, first of the Greek Moerae or Fates; She Who Spins the Thread of Life."

xhirotonho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'ordained' [Acts 14:23]. Other definitions include: appoint, appointed; to elect by a show of hands. Associated spellings/words: cheirotoneo."

chrvbym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Cherubims' [Genesis 3:24], [Exodus 25:18, 19, etc.]."

claudus - "Definitions: lame (Latin). Associated spellings/words: Claudius."

grubben - "Definitions: to dig." (Middle English)

globulus - "Definitions: little ball." (Latin)

krupte - "Definitions: crypt, a covered wall, vault, cellar." (Greek)

krypton - "Definitions: one of the inert or noble gasses that seldom if ever will bond with other elements. Associated spellings/words: kryptos ['hidden'] (Greek)."

grs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'drove out' [Genesis 3:24; 4:14, etc.]. Other definitions include: cast out, divorce."

gls - "Definitions: to sit, sit up [of flocks of goats, of a woman's hair], [possibly also] recline." (Hebrew)

CLASS - "Definitions: group of the same stature or nature. Associated spellings/words: classis."

keras - "Definitions: horn (Greek). Associated spellings/words: ceratatos; glas ['green'] (Gaelic)."

Ceres - "Definitions: The daughter of Kronos and Rhea, and by Zeus the mother of Persephone. Latin goddess cognate with the Greek, Kore, and identified with Demeter as Mother Earth."

charis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'favour' [Luke 1:30, etc.]; 'grace' [Luke 2:40, etc.]; 'thank' [Luke 6:32, etc.]. Other definitions include: gracious. Associated spellings/words: xaris; xarisma, charisma ['gift, gifts'], charizomai ['to gracious, to give freely']."

 grahas - "Definitions: planets." (Hindu)

klesa - "Definitions: suffering; pain." (Hindu)

Kailasa - "Definitions: the Himalayan mountain that is the home of the Hindu god Shiva. Associated spellings/words: Tise (Tibetan)."

Chelsea - "Definitions: landing place [on the river] for chalk or limestone." (Old English)

chaurasi - "Definitions: wheel of the eighty-four."

gracious - "Definitions: thank you." (Spanish)

grzn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'axe' [1 Kings 6:7, etc]. Associated spellings/words: garzen."

krsna - "Definitions: krs ['a grand arrangement'] + na ['to bring an end to']."
[Based on: http://www.gosai.com/dvaita/madhvacarya/bhagavan-svayam.html] - [T.D. 03/19/08]

krsna - "Definitions: black, dark; proper name of the most famous avatara of Visnu; Arjuna's chariot driver and eighth avatar of Vishnu; name for the waning cycle of the moon." (Sanskrit)

krsana - "Definitions: ploughing." *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

Grsm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Gershom' [Exodus 2:22]: And she bore a son, and he called his name Gershom; for he said: 'I have been a stranger in a strange land.' "

charisma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'gift' [Romans 1:11, etc.]. Other definitions include: gifts. Associated spellings/words: xarisma."

charizomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'gave' [Luke 7:21]; 'forgave' [Luke 7:42]; 'granted' [Acts 3:14]. Other definitions include: deliver, given, forgive, forgiven, forgiving, to be gracious, to give freely. Associated spell- ings/words: xarizomai."

chresimos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'profit' [2 Timothy 2:14]. Other definitions include: usefulness, value. Associated spellings/words: crhs- imos."

CLASSIC - "Definitions: of the first rank; of the standard authors of ancient Greece or Rome; serving as a standard of excellence."

Celeste - "Definitions: heavenly." (Latin)

Callisto - "Definitions: most beautiful; a title of Artemis as totemic She-Bear and mother of Arcas, the Little Bear (Greek Myth). Associated spellings/words: kallistos."

chrestos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'easy' [Matthew 11:30]; 'better' [Luke 5:39]; 'kind' [Luke 6:35], [Ephesians 4:32]; 'goodness' [Romans 2:4]; 'good' [1 Corinthians 15:33]; 'gracious' [1 Peter 2:3]. Other definitions include: useful- ness, value. Associated spellings/words: crhstos."

chrestotes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'goodness' [Romans 2:4; 11:22]; 'good' [Romans 3:12]; 'kindness' [2 Corinthians 6:6], [Ephesians 2:7], [Colossians 3:12], [Titus 3:4]; gentleness' [Galations 5:22]. Associated spellings/ words: crhstoths."

CELESTIAL - "Definitions: relating to the sky, heavenly. Associated spellings/words: celestialis, caelistis, caelum ['heaven'] (Old French)."

CORRESPOND - "Definitions: be agreeable to or congruous with; communicate by interchange of letters."

CLASSIFY - "Definitions: arrange in or assign to classes."

Karshipta - "Definitions: a bird gifted with speech sent to spread the religion of Ahura Mazda (Iranian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Karshiptar."

krn - "Definitions: prince, vice-king, crown, royal family."

qrn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'horns' [Genesis 22:13, etc.]. Other definitions include: horn. Associated spellings/words: qeren."

carn - "Definitions: a heap of stones piled up in a conical way (Old Irish). Associated spellings/words: carn ['heap, hoof and handle of a knife; horn'] (Welsh); cairn, carne (Scottish); karnon ['horn, top or horn of a mountain'] (Gaulish); Gran ['A majic sword in Teutonic mythology']; kranaos ['rocky'] (Greek); keren ['peak'] (Hebrew)"

gern - "Definitions: like." (German)

CLAN - "Definitions: n. About 1425 (Scottish), from Gaelic clann family, stock, offspring, a borrowing (like Old Irish *cland, clann stock, offspring, and Welsh plant children) from Latin planta sprout, root, scion. The Gaelic branch (Goidelic) of the Celtic languages having no initial p regularly substituted k or c for Latin p. [....]" [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology - 1995 edition]"

caran - "Definitions: red. Associated spellings/words: karan, carn.
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

graine - "Definitions: love (Celtic). Associated spellings/words: crain ['sow'] (Gaelic); clann ['children'] (Gaelic)."

challon - "Definitions: window." (Hebrew)

Grani - "Name for Sigurd's steed [horse]." *Link: http://www.authorama.com/nibelungenlied-2.html - [T.D. 12/08/07]

Klnh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Calneh' [Genesis 10:10]; a city at the beginning of Nimrod's kingdom. Associated spellings/words: Kalneh."

carne - "Definitions: a ray. Associated spellings/words: Karneios ['Sun Born, a title of Apol- lo']."

Carna - "Definitions: the Etruscan Roman mother of carnivals, of Charms, and of alphabetical letters. Associated spellings/words: Carmenta."

karna - "Definitions: radiant."

karana - "Definitions: cause, eternal cause; title of the Supreme Being; God (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: karna ['causation']."

Charna - "Definitions: dark." (Slavic)

Grani - "Name for Sigurd's steed [horse]." *Link: http://www.authorama.com/nibelungenlied-2.html - [T.D. 12/08/07]

cornu - "Definitions: horn." (Latin)

Cernunnos - "Definitions: the 'horned one' or antlered god of Celtic Mythology."

Chernobog - "Definitions: Black God of the Slavs, adversary of the White God, Byelobog; Lord of Death."

glans - "Definitions: acorn." (Latin)

Kalahansa - "Definitions: 'Brahma (neuter) is called Kalahansa, meaning, as explained by West- ern Orientalists, the Eternal Swan or goose (see Stanza III., Comment. 8), and so is Brahma, the Creator. A great mistake is thus brought under notice; it is Brahma (neuter) who ought to be referred to as Hansa-vahana (He who uses the swan as his Vehicle) and not Brahma the Creator, who is the real Kalahansa, while Brah- ma (neuter) is hamsa, and 'A-hamsa,' as will be explained in the commentary. [....]" (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1 [1999 edition], Proem)

Kalahansa - "Definitions: '[....] Hence Brahm was called Kalahansa, "the swan in (Space and) Time." He became the "Swan of Eternity," who lays at the beginning of each Maha- manvantara a "Golden Egg." It typifies the great Circle, or O, itself a symbol for the universe and its spherical bodies. [....]" (Based on: T.S.D., Vol. 1 [1999 edition], by H.P. Blavatsky, p. 359). Associated spellings/words: kala ['time'] + hansa ['swan'].

karan sharir - "Definitions: causal body; also called seed body (bij sharir), because the seeds of all karmas reside in it; all such actions or karmas manifest in the lower astral and physical body. The causal body corresponds to the causal region [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit)."

kranion - "Definitions: skull." (Greek)

granum - "Definitions: barn, granary." (Latin)

krainyok - "Definitions: coming, is coming." (Eskimo)

grang - "Definitions: number, count (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: grangs."

Clancy - "Definitions: red warrior (Irish). Associated spellings/words: Mac Fhlannchaidh."

granth - "Definitions: scripture. See: Adi Granth."

kalend - "Definitions: in Rome the high priest regulated the calendar. On the calends, or day of the new moon, he announced to the people the times of the nones [first quarter] and the ides [full moon] for that month. The word calendar is from the Latin word kalendae. Associated spellings/words: calluinn ['New Year's Day'] (Gaelic); calare ['to proclaim'] (Latin)."

kalanat - "Definitions: devours." (Sanskrit)

granite - "Definitions: grained rock composed of mica, feldspar, and quartz which makes up most of the dry land on earth." grande - "Definitions: large." (Spanish)

geronti - "Definitions: 'old'." (Greek)

Granth Sahib - "Definitions: The holy Bible of the sikhs compiled by Guru Arjan. It contains the songs of all the fore-runners in the realm of Spirituality, irrespective of the caste or vocation of their authors."
(Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

CALENDAR - "Definitions: Probably before 1200 kalender system of division of the year, about 1350, table showing the divisions. Associated spellings/words: calender, kalendier, ['list, register'] (Old French); calendarium ['account book'] (Latin); calendae ['calends, first day of the month (in English usage, day bills were due), signifying the day Romans proclaimed the order of the days to follow, Latin Calendae, ultimately derived from calare call out, proclaim. [....] (See: The Barnhart Con- cise Dictionary of Etymology 1995)."

Gorhendad - "Definitions: 'patriarch'. Associated spellings/words: [gor = over, hen = old, dad = father (hen-dad = grandfather)]." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 04/16/08]

krm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'vineyard' [Genesis 9:20, etc.]. Other definitions include: vineyards. Associated spellings/words: kerem."

klm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'reproach' [Job 20:3]. Other defin- itions include: to insult, shame, humiliate, blush, be confused, confounded, dishonor, disgrace, insult, feelings of disgrace associated with some public humiliation. Associated spellings/words: kalam; klmh."

glm - "Definitions: wrapped together (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: galam."

Gram - "Name for Sigmund's [& Sigurd's] sword." *Link: http://www.authorama.com/nibelungenlied-2.html - [T.D. 12/08/07]

gram - "Definitions: cruel, fierce." (Anglo-Saxon) *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

chlm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dreamt' [Genesis 28:12]; 'recover' [Isaiah 38:16]. Associated spellings/words: chalm."

gorm - "Definitions: blue." (Gaelic)

GERM /r - "Definitions: vital part."

CLAM /r - "Definitions: declare, call out, cry. Associated spellings/words: clamare, clarus; CLAIM."

Garm - "Definitions: the fearsome dog chained at the entrance to Niflheim, where it guards the land of the dead (Norse mythology). Associated spellings/words: gairm ['shout, cry'] (Gaelic); collum ['neck'] (Latin)."

gairm - "Definitions: shout, cry." (Gaelic)

kalam - "Definitions: speech, discussion (Arabic).

jalam - "Definitions: water." (Sanskrit)

galam - "Definitions: clever." (Sumerian)

caelum - "Definitions: sky, heaven." (Latin)

karma - "Definitions: action; the law of action and reaction; the debits and credits resulting from our deeds, which bring us back to the world in future lives to reap their fruits. There are three types of karma: pralabdh karma, the fate or destiny we experience in the present life which has been shaped by certain of our past actions; kriyaman karma, the debits and credits created by our actions in this life, to be reaped in future lives; sinchit karma, the balance of unpaid karmas from all our past lives, the store of karmas [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: kamma."

karma - "Literally, act, activity. The effect of any act. Law of cause and effect. The fruits of actions (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: kamma."

Kalma - "Definitions: queen of tombs." (Fino-Ugric Myth)

kalma - "Definitions: A Koranic term that stands for Word in the Bible, Nad in the Hindu scriptures and Naam as termed by the Masters, all of which denote the Audible Life Stream pulsating in the entire creation, visible and invisible." (Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

kerma - "Definitions: small pieces of money, small coin." (Greek)

klema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'branch' [John 15:2, etc.]; 'branches' [John 15:5]. Associated spellings/words: klhma; klados ['branches']."

krama - "Definitions: press (Swedish). Associated spellings/words: cram, cnamh > creim ['chew'] (Gaelic); krab."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

kalama - "Definitions: the world, the universe." (Akkadian, Chaldean)

gramma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'bill' [Luke 16:6, etc.]; 'letters' [Luke 23:38, etc.]; 'writings' [John 5:45]. Other definitions include: that which is written, letter, writing, scriptures, learning. Associated spellings/words: graphe ['a writing, what has been written, scripture']."

kerameus - "Definitions: a potter, clay, earthen ware (Greek). Associated spellings/words: keramos."

karmuka - "Definitions: 'bow, arc' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: sagittarius; capa, capin 'armed with a bow'; dhanus." *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zodiac - [T.D. - 08/02/08]

Carmen - "Definitions: song." (Latin)

germen - "Definitions: sprout (Latin). Associated spellings/words: germe (Old French); germanus ['genuine'] (Latin); germanus ['closely related; brother'] (Latin); germana ['sister'] (Latin); gair ['neighbor'] (Old Irish)

German - "Trivia: some early Germanic peoples were called Angles, Saxons, and Jutes."

clemens - "Definitions: mild, merciful." (Latin)

Clement - "Definitions: meek, or gentle." (Latin)

Carmenta - "Definitions: a Latin Goddess claimed to be inventor of alphabets."

chrematizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'warned' [Matthew 2:12, etc.]; 'revealed' [Luke 2:26]; 'called' [Acts 11:26, etc.]; 'admonished' [Hebrews 8:5]; 'spake' [Hebrews 12:25]. Other definitions include: warn. Associated spellings/ words: xrhmatizw."

karmendriya - "Definitions: the power of physical actions."

Carmel - "Definitions: garden." (Hebrew)

Jara-marana - "Definitions: Old Age and Death; Decay and Death; the 12th Nidana." (Sanskrit)

Kriemhild - "Definitions: Burgundian queen who married and immediately killed Attila the Hun. Associated spellings/words: Ildico."

kalammak - "Definitions: the land." (Sumerian)

karam kanda - "Definitions: rituals, rites, ceremonies and outward practices in the various religions [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit)."

grammateus - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'scribes' [Mark 1:22]."

Karm Bhumi - "Field of actions and reactions. fig. the earth plane in which individuals freely sow seeds with a free-will and reap the fruits of their own actions. Associated spellings/words: Karrn Kshetra."
(Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

kll - "Definitions: to complete, perfect, make complete, make perfect (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: kalal, klyl; kl, kol ['all']."

qll - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'abated' [Genesis 8:8]; 'curse' [Genesis 8:21], [Deuteronomy 11:26,28]; 'despised' [Genesis 16:4]; 'lighten' [Jonah 1:5]. Other definitions include: afflicted. Associated spellings/words: qalal."

gll - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rolled' [Genesis 29:3, etc.], [Isaiah 34:4]; 'roll' [Genesis 29:8]; 'occasion' [Genesis 43:18]; 'trusted' [Psalm 22:8]; 'commit' [Psalm 37:5], [Proverbs 16:3]; 'remove' [Psalm 119:22]; 'roll down' [Jeremiah 51:25]; 'run down' [Amos 5:24]. Other definitions include: to roll, roll away, roll together. Associated spellings/words: galal."

gll - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'thee' [Genesis 12:13]. Other definitions include: thy sake, sake, because. Associated spellings/words: galal."

cll - "Definitions: to lift up, cast up, exalt (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: calal."

grr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Gerar' [Genesis 20:1]. Other definitions include: a region; lodging place, an ancient town and district in the south border of Palestine, which was ruled over by a king named Abimelech. Associated spellings/words: Gerar."

klyl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'all' [Exodus 28:31, etc.]; 'flame' [Judges 20:4]; 'perfection' [Lamentations 2:15]; 'perfect' [Ezekiel 16:14; 27:3; 28:12]. Other definitions include: whole, wholly, every whit. Associated spellings/ words: kalil, kalal; kl, kol ['all']; klh, kalah ['complete']."

chll - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'began' [Genesis 4:26]; 'begin' [Genesis 11:6]. Associated spellings/words: khalal, chalal."

Karl - "Definitions: Freeman." (Teutonic)

Jarl - "Definitions: earl, prince." (Teutonic)

grel - "Definitions: see." (Tibetan)

jalal - "Sufis give special attention to the good and bad wishes of people. They strive con- tinually to attract the good wishes of others whether worthy or unworthy, by every means in their power. Intensity of activity produces strong vibrations named in Sufi terms Jalal; gentleness of activity causes mild vibrations called Jamal. The former activity works as strength and power, the latter as beauty and grace. The conflict of both these forces is termed Kamal, and causes nothing but destruction."
*Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_2.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

gelare - "Definitions: to freeze." (Latin)

correr - "Definitions: run." (Spanish)

calare - "Definitions: to proclain; call." (Latin)

caelare - "Definitions: engrave (Latin). Associated spellings/words: caelum ['chisel']."

qallariy - "Definitions: begin; a word to replace 'start' on computers in Bolivia." (Quechua)

Creirwy - Definitions: Dear One, the daughter of Ceridwen." (Welsh Mythology)

kleros - "Definitions: an object used in casting lots." (Greek)

kleronomos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'heir' [Matthew 21:38, etc.]. Other definitions include: one who takes possession of or inherits. Associated spellings/words: klhronomus."

Charles - "Definitions: free man (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: Charlton ['settlement of free men']; ceorl ['man']."

Charlemagne - "Definitions: Frankish emperor, whose reign (768-814) was the second great turning point in the history of the Roman empire."

CLERK - n. Probably before 1200 clerc member of the clergy, clergyman, in part developed from Old English (about 795) cleric clergyman, (later) secretary, scribe; and in part borr- owed from Old French clerc clergyman, both Old English and Old French borrowed from Latin clericus CLERIC. Since scholarship in the Middle Ages was often limited to clergy- men, who performed writing and secretarial work, the word clerk and its Old English equivalent cleric came to mean scribe, and later in Middle English, scholar and was applied to a notary, secretary, recorder, accountant, or writer [....]" (Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition)

CLERIC - "Definitions: priest, priestly. Associated spellings/words: clericus (Latin) + clergy- man, priest; klerikos ['of the clergy'], from kleros ['the clergy'] (originally, inheritance, lot, allotment). Based on the Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology (1995 edition): kleros was originally applied (in the Septuagint) to the Levites, the service of God being the priest's lot, and was a loan translation of Hebrew nahalah (nachalah) ['inheritance, lot']."

CLERGY - "Definitions: n. Before 1300 clergie a group of persons ordained for religious work; earlier, learning, branch of learning (probably about 1200); borrowed from two words in Old French: 1) clergie', clerge' clerics, learned men, from Medieval Latin cleri- catus, from Latin clericus CLERIC, and 2) clergie also meaning "clerics" and "learn- ing" (literally) clerkship, from clerc cleric, CLERK + -ie -Y. Confusion of clergie' and clergie so that both finally came to mean "cleric" in Old French was prompted by substitution of g for c in clercie on the pattern of earlier clergie'. [....]. Associated spellings/words: CLERGYMAN (1577), CLERGYWOMAN (1673). (Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition) CLARIFY - "Definitions: make clear, clarus ['clear'] + the root of facere ['make'] (Latin). Associated spellings/words: clarifien ['make illustrious, make known'], clarifier (Old French); clarificare ['make clear'] (Latin), clarificus ['brilliant'] (Latin); CLARIFICATION."

krk - "Definitions: neck." (Czechoslovak)

klch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Calah' [Genesis 10:11]. Associated spellings/words: Kelach."

kerk - "Definitions: church." (Dutch)

GREG /r - "Definitions: herd, flock, mob, group, troop, crowd (Latin). Associated spellings/ words: grex, gregis."

Calc [K] - "Definitions: Grail-cup; Holy Grail; the 31st Rune (Runic). Associated spellings/ words: calc ['stone, chalk']; calix ['cup']; glac ['take'] (Gaelic); cloch ['stone'] (Gaelic)."

kalac - "Definitions: the world, the universe." (Hindu, Naga-Maya)

Clark - "Definitions: cleric, or scolar." (Old English)

khrag - "Definitions: blood." (Tibetan)

CHARGE - "Definitions: "*v. Before 1250 *chargen load, fill. Associated spellings/words: chargier, charger ['to load, charge'] (Old French); carricare ['to load, carry'] (Late Latin); carrum ['wagon'] (Latin)

Caillech - "Definitions: a black Mother who made the world, founded many races of people, and outlived many husbands; old woman (Celtic). Associated spellings/words: Califia, Cale."

chalkos - "Definitions: money, copper or bronze money." (Greek)

kalkin - "Definitions: the future [last] avatara of Visnu in the form of a white horse." (Hindu)

glgl - "Definitions: wheel; whirl, whirlwind, whirling, rolling; heaven; reincarnation. Associated spellings/words: galgal." (Hebrew?)

Jalkr - "Definitions: eunuch; twelfth holy name of Odin." (Norse)

grgrvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'neck' [Proverbs 1:9; 3:3, 22; 6:21]. Associated spellings/words: gargherowth."

CALCULATE - "Definitions: determine by mathmatical processes. Associated spellings/words: calculatus, calculare, calculus ['reckoning or account'], originally, small stone used in counting, diminutive of calx (genetive calcis) small stone, limestone."

grags - "Definitions: sound, rumor, report, to hear of, to resound." (Tibetan)

galaxy - "Definitions: The Milky Way: so named because it resembles a trail of milk [gala] across the sky." (Greek)

karkinos - "Definitions: crab." (Greek)

gregoreo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'watch' [Matthew 24:42, etc.]; 'wake' [1 Thessalonians 5:10]; 'vigilant' [1 Peter 5:8]; 'watchful' [Revelation 3:2]. Other definitions include: to keep alert and watchful, watched, watching, watcheth. Associated spellings/words: grhgorhw."

CORRECT - "Definitions: make right. Associated spellings/words: corrigere, cor + regere ['lead straight, direct']."

charakter - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'express image' [Hebrews 1:3]. Other definitions include: exact representation. Trivia: this word appears only once in the NT. Associated spellings/words: xarakthr."

CHARACTER - "Definitions: distinctive mark; graphic symbol; sum of mental and moral qualities; personality. Associated spellings/words: kharassein ['scratch, engrave']."

clachabrath - "Definitions: rocking-stones." (Celtic)

qrb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'come near' [Genesis 12:11, 20:4]; 'approached' [Leviticus 18:6]. Other definitions include: approach, enter, a coming into intimate contact with. Associated spellings/words: qarab; ngs, nagas."

klb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'milk' [Genesis 18:8]. Associated spellings/words: chalab."

krt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'cut off' [Genesis 9:11, 17:14]; 'made' [Genesis 15:18, 21:27]; 'make' [Genesis 26:28, 31:44]; 'perish' [Genesis 41:36]. Other definitions include: destroy. Associated spellings/words: karath."

klt - "Definitions: I measured." (Hebrew)

kerp - "Definitions: 'to gather, pluck, harvest' " (Proto Indo-European )
*Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=harvest

chrp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'winter' [Genesis 8:22]; 'of my youth' [Job 29:4]. Other definitions include: 'cold' [Proverbs 20:4]. Associated spellings/words: khoref, choreph."

chlp - "Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'pass' [Daniel 4:23]."

chrb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sword' [Genesis 3:24, etc]. Associated spellings/words: khereb, chereb."

chrb - "Definitions: 'The Seraphim srpym (fiery winged serpents) are no doubt connected with, and inseparable from, the idea "of the serpent of eternity - God," as explained in Kenealy's Apocalypse. But the word cherub also meant serpent, in one sense, though its direct meaning is different; because the Cherubim and the Persian winged gruphes "griffins" - the guardians of the golden mountain - are the same, and their compound name shows their character, as it is formed of kr (kr) circle, and avb "aub," or ob - serpent - therefore, a "serpent in a circle." And this settles the phallic character of the Brazen Serpent, and justifies Hezekiah for braking it. (see II. Kings, 18,4). [....]' [Based on: T.S.D. Vol. 1, by H.P. Blavatsky (1999 edition), p. 364 (+ footnote)]. Associated spellings/words: cherubs, chrbym, cherubim."

chrb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dried' & 'dry' [Genesis 8:13]; 'destroyer' [Judges 16:24]. Other definitions include: destroyed, slain, wasted, desolate. Associated spellings/words: charab."

chrb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Horeb' [Exodus 3:1], [1 Kings 8:9]. Associated spellings/words: Choreb."

chlb - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'milk' [Genesis 18:8]. Associated spellings/words: chalab."

chlb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fat' [Genesis 4:4]. Associated spellings/words: cheleb."

GRAV /r - "Definitions: influence; authority; seriousness; weighted dignity; physical weight. Associated spellings/words: gravis ['heavy'] (Latin)."

gelb - "Definitions: yellow." (German)

geld - "Definitions: money." (German)

GRAD /r - "Definitions: step, degree, walk (Latin). Associated spellings/words: GRED, GRESS; gradi ['walk']; gradus ['step']; Chaldis ['colleges'] (Babylonian)."

Gald - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Gilead' [Genesis 31:21]."

Gerd - "Definitions: a fair maiden who lives in the frozen land of the frost giants, or in some versions the Underworld; an enclosed area or a piece of land surrounded by a wall or fence; fenced in." (Norse mythology)

gard - "Definitions: yard, earth, world (German). Associated spellings/words: garth; geard ['enclosure, dwelling'] (Anglo-Saxon); gerth ['encircle'] (Middle English); yard."

klad - "Definitions: above, over, up; beginning; head, brain (Tibetan). Associated spellings/ words: Ch'ir-Du ['exoteric, external'] (Tibetan)."

GRAT /r - "Definitions: root." celeb - "Definitions: silver."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

CLOVE - "Definitions: spice. Associated spellings/words: clavus ['nail, spike'] (Latin); karyophyllon ['nut leaf'] (Greek)."

CLOVE - "Definitions: section of a bulb of garlic. Associated spellings/words: clof, clufu ['clove'] (Old English); *klubo (Proto-Germanic); kluflok ['garlic'] (Old Saxon); klobilouh (O.H.G.); klof, klove ['a cleft'] (M.L.G.); klofi ['cleft, a cloven thing'] (Old Icelandic); CLEAVE ['split']."

kalap - "Definitions: road." (Mayan)

kereb - "Definitions: inward part, bowels. Associated spellings/words: kirbu." (Hebrew)

Caleb - "Definitions: dog." (Hebrew)

gorbe - "Definitions: crooked, bent. Associated spellings/words: gerebely ['collect various leaves and trash']." (Hungarian)

glatt - "Definitions: smooth." (German)

galad - "Definitions: tree; 'sudden-light'. See: Bregalad @
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

graphe - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'scriptures' [Matthew 21:42, etc.]. Other definitions include:a writing, what has been written, scripture. Associated spellings/words: graph."

caliph - "Definitions: successor, follower (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: khalifa; craobh ['branch'] (Gaelic)."

kaleph - "Definitions: picture of a hand, the palm of the hand." (Phoenician)

gerade - "Definitions: straight." (German)

Galahad - "Reportedly, the Son and reincarnation of Lancelot, by Elaine the Lily Maid, who was also Lancelot's mother Queen Elaine." (British Legend)

krpa - "Definitions: favor; grace." (Sanskrit)

GRAPH /r - "Definitions: written; write. Associated spellings/words: graphus, graphos, graphein ['to write'], graphe ['drawing, writing, a thing written']."

kalpa - "Definitions: world-period; a Day of Brahma [4,320,000 yrs.]; ritual" (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: kal pa ['aeon, period, age, time-span'] (Tibetan Buddhism)."

kalpa - "1 (mwd) kalpa 1 mf(%{A})n. (%{klRp}), practicable, feasible, possible S3Br. ii, 4, 3, 3; proper, fit, able, competent, equal to (with gen. loc., inf., or ifc.; e.g. %{dharmasya@kalpaH}, competent for duty; %{svakarmaNi@na@kalpaH}, not competent for his own work; %{yadA@na@zAsituM@kalpaH}, if he is not able to rule) BhP.; m. a sacred precept, law, rule, ordinance (= %{vidhi}, %{nyAya}), manner of acting, proceeding , practice (esp. that prescribed by the Vedas) RV. ix , 9 , 7 AV. viii, 9 , 10 ; xx , 128, 6-11 MBh.; (%{prathamaH@kalpaH}, a rule to be observed before any other rule, first duty Mn. iii , 147 MBh. &c.; %{etena@kalpena}, in this way; cf. %{pazu-k-}, &c.); [....]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon)
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ kalpA - "5 (otl) kalpA distrubance, tumult (TLS)" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexico *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

karta - "1 (mwd) karta m. (1. %{kRt} ; a more recent form is 2. %{ga4rta}), a hole, cavity RV. AV. iv , 12 , 7 AitBr. &c. ; separation , distinction BhP. [....] 4 (cap) karta 1 m. division, distinction. 5 (cap) karta 2 m. hole, cavity (cf. {garta}). [(mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon. (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary] *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ [Search all dictionaries for karta, exact]

garbha - "Definitions: whomb, egg (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: grha ['house'] (Hindu); garbha-grha ['innermost sanctuary of the temples']."

kalaba - "Definitions: turn, convert (Arab). Associated spellings/words: kalib ['mould for casting metal']."

char'pa - "Definitions: rain (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: kyi tang (Zhang-Zhung)."

Ciarhda - "Definitions: dark (Gaelic). Associated spellings/words: Carey."

Galatia - "Definitions: land of the Galli, Gauls. Associated spellings/words: Gaul ['Celtic France'] (Latin)."

chal pa - "Definitions: be confused, hesitate." (Tibetan)

cAlti - "26 (olt) - current" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

chaldi - "Definitions: enclosure, learned class." (Naga-Maya)

Khaldi - "Definitions: The Urartian (pre-Armenian) supreme god of heaven."

kardia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'heart' [Matthew 5:8, etc.]. Other definitions include: hearts. Associated spellings/words: cardia."

Krta-yuga - "Definitions: the first age in each world era; the golden age that reportedly lasts 1,728,000 years (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Satya yuga."

chrbym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'cherubim' [Genesis 3:24]. Associated spellings/words: krvb."

klavier - "Definitions: piano." (German)

Karttikeya - "Definitions: the 6-headed, 6-armed Hindu war god." (Hindu Mythology)

carbo - "Definitions: burning ember, coal (Latin). Associated spellings/words: carbonis."

cerdo - "Definitions: pig." (Spanish)

karpho - "Definitions: to wither." (Greek)

Ch'ir-Du - "Definitions: exoteric, external." (Tibetan)

chrts - "Definitions: gold (Old Phoenician). Associated spellings/words: hrs; zhb ['gold'] (Hebrew)

Celts - "Definitions: European people who invaded the Greco-Roman world in the 4th century B.C. Associated spellings/words: Caledonians (Scottish); Kaldu; Keltoi (Greek); Chaldaeans; Galatians; Picts, picti ['painted, tattoed'] (Latin)."

karpos - "Definitions: fruit, the fruit of trees, vines, of the fields (Greek). Associated spellings/words: carpus."

clavus - "Definitions: nail, spike (latin). Associated spellings/words: karyophyllon ['nut leaf'] (Greek); CLOVE."

klados - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'branches' [Matthew 13:32, etc.]. Other definitions include: branch."

kratos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'strength' [Luke 1:51]; 'mightily' [Acts 19:20]; 'power' [Ephesians 1:19, etc.], [Revelation 5:13]; 'dominion' [1 Peter 4:11; 5:11], [Jude 1:25], [Revelation 1:6]."

kletos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'called' [Matthew 20:16; 22:14, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: klhtos; kalho, kaleo ['to call']; proskaleo ['to call to, summon']; klesis ['a calling or condition']."

chalepos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fierce' [Matthew 8:28]; 'perilous' [2 Timothy 3:1]. Other definitions include: dangerous, violent. Associated spellings/words: xalhpos."

Garduneh - "A Persian necklace with swastikas, from first millennium BC, was excavated from Kaluraz, Guilan. In Zoroastrian Persia, the swastika symbolized the revolving sun (Garduneh-e Khorshid), Mithra's Wheel (Garduneh-e Mehr), fire, infinity, or continuing recreation." *Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

calpulli - "Definitions: quarters." (Mayan)

graben - "Definitions: dig (German). Associated spellings/words: kirpan ['sabre'] (Hindu)."

Corbin - "Definitions: raven." (Latin)

CERTAIN - "Definitions: settled, true. Associated spellings/words: certus ['settled, sure'], krinein; CERTITUDE ['state of being certain']; CERTIFY ['verify']."

kreitton - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'better' [1 Corinthians 7:9, etc.]; 'best' [1 Corinthians 12:39]. Other definitions include: more prominent, more useful or advantageous. Associated spellings/words: krhitton; kreisson."

kalpana - "35 (mwd) kalpana n. forming, fashioning, making, performing L.; `" forming in the imagination, inventing "', composition of a poem Prab.; cutting, clipping, working with edge-tools VarBr2S.; N. of a religious ceremony; anything put on for ornament MBh. xiii , 2784; (%{A}) f. making, manufacturing, preparing Sus3r. BhP.; practice Car.; fixing, settling, arranging Mn. ix , 116 Ya1jn5.; creating in the mind, feigning, assuming anything to be real, fiction KapS. &c.; hypothesis Nya1yam.; caparisoning an elephant Das3.; form, shape, image; a deed, work, act Mr2icch.; (%{I}) f. a pair of scissors or shears L. " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

krpanah - "Definitions: sword, [sacrificia] knife." (Sanskrit)

cheirotoneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'ordained' [Acts 14:23]. Other definitions include: appoint, appointed; to elect by a show of hands. Associated spellings/words: xhirotonho."

CLOVER - "Definitions: 3-parted leaves. Associated clovere, claver; clafre (Old English); klever (M.L.G.); claver (Middle Dutch); klaver (Modern Dutch); *klaibron (Proto- Germanic)."

galatur - "Definitions: A being (a creature neither male nor female) fashioned by Father Enki from dirt, and to which he gave the water of life." (Sumerian Mythology)

chardal - "Definitions: four [char] petalled [dal]." (Sanskrit)

CULTURE - "Definitions: piece of titled land; cultivation. Associated spellings/words: cultura."

cauldron - "Mythology: The source of Delphic power was a three-legged bronze cauldron pro- tected by animal masks, where something was simmering away. Something offered, sacrificed. From the sacrifice came the voice, the meaning ... power resided in a bronze cauldron protected by griffins and caked with meat.... The Pythia sat on the lid to demonstrate her possession.' (The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony, Robert Calasso). Associated spellings/words: cal(i)dus ['hot'] (Latin), caldarium ['hot bath'] (Latin)."

CEREBELLUM - "Definitions: little brain."

chardal kanwal - "Definitions: lotus [kanwal] of four petals [chardal]." (Sanskrit)

CEREBRATE - "Definitions: think. Associated spellings/words: sira ['head, point']."

CELEBRATE - "Definitions: thronged, frequented. Associated spellings/words: celebratus, celebrare ['attend in great numbers'], celeber, celebris, celebre ['thronged, frequented, well-known, renowned'] (Latin); celer ['swift'] (Latin); CELEBRATION, CELEBRATE, CELEBRITY."

Celtic - "Definitions: an ancient language which still survives in parts of Wales, Scotland, and Ireland."

calpach - "Definitions: steer, or colt (Gaelic). Associated spellings/words: colpach."

cladach - "Definitions: seashore." (Gaelic)

Cerridwen - "Definitions: beautiful poetry; Celtic name for a white corpse-eating Sow Goddess that represented the moon. Associated spellings/words: cerdd ['poetry'] + gwyn ['fair']."

cervical - "Definitions: regional anatomical term that refers to the neck; pillow. Associated spellings/words: cervix, cervic ['neck'] (Latin)."

klepto - "Definitions: to steal." (Greek) Caladbolg - "Definitions: the famous sword of Fergus, forged in fairyland." (Irish Mythology)


qch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'took' [Genesis 2:15, 28:11]; 'take' [Genesis 7:2]. Associated spellings/words: qh; lqch, laqach."

chq - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'portion' [Genesis 47:22, etc.]; 'statute' [Exodus 15:25, etc.]; 'custom' [Judges 11:39, etc.]; 'law' [1 Chronicles 16:17], [Psalm 94:20; 105:10]; 'bounds' [Job 14:5; 26:10]; 'set time' [Job 14:13]; 'decree' [Job 28:26], [Psalm 2:7, etc.]; 'decreed' [Job 38:10]; 'commandments' [Amos 2:4]. Other definitions include: task, ordinance, necessary, appointed, portion, measure. Associated spellings/words: choq, khoke."

kch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'strength' [Genesis 4:12]. Associated spellings/words: koach."

kak - "Definitions: to finish, a fire, to burn, to destroy (Naga-Maya). Associated spellings/ words: chak ['red'] (Mayan)."

kac - "1 (mwd) kac cl. 1. P. %{kacati}, to sound , cry Vop.: A1. %{kacate}, %{cakace}, %{kacitA}, &c., to bind, fetter; to shine Dha1tup. vi, 8 ; [cf. %{kaJc}; Lat. {cingere}; Lith. {kinkau}.]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

gag - "Definitions: roof." (Hebrew)

GAG - "Definitions: prevent from speaking, something that stops up the mouth."

cak - "1 (mwd) cl. 1. P. A1. %{-kati}, %{-kate}, to be satiated or contented or satisfied Dha1tup. iv, 19; to repel, resist ib.; to shine, xix, 21 (cf. %{kan} and %{kam}.)" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

cay -"Definitions: fish." (Hind,Naga-Maya)

JAC /r - "Definitions: throw, lie. Associated spellings/words: JEC, JECT."

JOG - "Definitions: give a slight shake or push. Associated spellings/words: joggen ['jogging'] (German)."

chac - "Definitions: to cut (Naga-Maya). Associated spellings/words: chac ['work, labor'] (Quiche Maya)."

CAGE - "Definitions: containment structure. Associated spellings/words: cavea ['stall, cage, coop']."

zhag - "Definitions: day, daytime." (Tibetan)

gage - "Definitions: to overlap." (Kapinga)

JACK - "Definitions: jack up."

KICK - "Definitions: strike out or hit with the foot. Associated spellings/words: Jig ['lively dance']."

Khaak - "There is also the phenomenon of four elements, besides one which is the source and goal of all elements: Nur, the ether; this makes them five. Baad the air, Aetsh the fire, Aab the water, Khaak the earth. These elements have worked in consonance with one another in order to bring about the results desired by the divine wisdom working behind them. In every Akasha or Asman they have been present either more or less; one without the other did not exist; the four together brought the fifth. In this way the whole manifestation has taken place through a gradual process of development." [Based on: http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html] - [T.D. - 03/07/09]

chaek - "Definitions: book." (Korean)

GUAGE - "Definitions: pledge; security; measuring device. Associated spellings/words: gage, gager."

CACHE - "Definitions: hiding place."

CHASE - "Definitions: v. run after. Before 1338 chasen ['to hunt']; earlier chacen (prob- ably before 11300). Associated spellings/words: chacier ['to catch, seize'] (Old French); captare ['to try to catch'] (Latin)"

gaga - "Definitions: to climb; ladder, stairway." (Kapinga)

caja - "Definitions: box." (Spanish) kAca - "5 (mwd) kAca m. (%{kac}) glass Sus3r. Pan5cat. Katha1s.; (pl. glass pearls) S3Br. xiii, 2, 6, 8; crystal or quartz (used as an ornament) W.; alkaline ashes, any salt of potash or soda in a crystalline state W.; a class of diseases of the eye (especially an affection of the optic nerve or gutta serena) Sus3r.; a loop, a string fastened to each end of a pole with a net in which burdens &c. are held or suspended, a yoke to support burdens &c. (= %{zikya}) L.; the string of the scale of a balance L.; a Dvis3a1laka having one room on the north side and another on the south; (%{am}) n. alkaline salt, block salt L.; wax L.; (mfn.) having the colour of glass." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

kaka - "Definitions: cake (Old Icelandic). Associated spellings/words: kake; kuocho ['cake'] (O.H. German); kuchen [German); koke (M. Dutch)" [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition]

gajah - "Definitions: elephant." (Sanskrit)

kek'eh - "Definitions: footprint." (Navajo)

ka kha - "Definitions: the alphabet; feather (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: ku, kuk ['feather'] (Mayan)."

Ga-gaah - "Definitions: to the Iroquois, a wise crow who flew to Earth from the kingdom of the Sun, bringing a kernel of corn." (Native American)

Gaki - "Definitions: hungry ghosts." (Japanese)

kakia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'evil' [Matthew 6:34, etc.]. Other definitions include: malice, etc."

gcu - "Definitions: twist, turning, turning around." (Tibetan)

gako - "Definitions: a hook; key (Basque). Associated spellings/words: khako."

geku - "Definitions: outer shrine." (Japanese)

kakoo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'evil' [Acts 7:6]. Other definit- ions include: vex, hurt, harm, to do harm or evil. Associated spellings/words: kakow; kakopatheo ['to suffer evil']; kakopoihw, kakopoieo ['to do harm or evil']; kakopoios ['doer of evil']." (Greek)

ke-acu - "Definitions: inside, the reverse side." (Akkadian, Chaldaen)

cakkhu - "Definitions: eye." (Pali)

cacique - "Definitions: headman." (Cara Mayan, Pueblo, Native American)

Chakwaina - "Definitions: Chief of Warriors." (Native American / Hopi)

kakos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sick' [Matthew 4:24], [Mark 2:17]; 'evil' [John 18:23], [Acts 23:5]; 'amiss' [James 4:3]. Other definitions include: diseased, sore, miserably. Associated spellings/words: kakws."

caecus - "Definitions: blind." (Latin)

kakusha - "Definitions: a highly developed soul, one who has attained true knowledge [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 460] (Sanskrit)."

cajoler - "Definitions: persuade by flattery (French). Associated spellings/words: cageoler ['chatter like a jay'] (M. French); gaioler ['to cage, entice into a cage'] (Old French); enjoler ['coax, imprison']; cajolerie ['persuasion by flattery'] (French); cajole." [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition]

kchs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'denied' [Genesis 18:15]. Other definitions include; lie, lieth, liars, lying, deny, submit, fail, faileth, falsehood, falsely, deceive. Associated spellings/words: kachash, kahas."

chags - "Definitions: lust, attachment, desire, passion, formation; keep." (Tibetan)

Kaches - "Literally, the brave ones: a group of spirits of Armenian belief."

gchvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'belly' [Genesis 3:14]. Associated spellings/words: gkhon, gchown."

gaggan - "Definitions: The upper portion that crowns the Trikuti (the second plane on the spiritual path). It is the place where all kinds of latencies are storred up." (Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

jachin - "Definitions: to establish; God makes him firm; one of the two pillars in Solomon's temple." (Hebrew)

Kachina - "Definitions: the term applied by the Hopi and other Pueblo Indians for the spirits of ancestors." (Native American)

jejunum - "Definitions: after the duodenum, the next eight feet of the small intestines. Associated spellings/words: jejunus ['empty'] (Latin)."

Jagannatha - "Definitions: lord of the world; a temple constructed to resemble a gigantic chariot, wheels and all." (Sanskrit)

cakam - "01 earth, world, universe; 02 1. era, in general; 03 goat; 04 1. sough of a serpent; 2. coat" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Kagami - "Definitions: The Japanese word for 'mirror': an object often mentioned in Japanese mythology and fairy tales."

kkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'plain' [Genesis 13:10, 19:29, etc. ]; 'loaf' [Exodus 29:23, etc.]; 'talent' [Exodus 37:24, etc.]; 'morsel' [1 Samuel 2:36]; 'piece' [Jeremiah 37:21]. Other meanings include: talents, loaves. Associated spellings/ words: kikkar."

kikel - "Definitions: circle." (Yiddish)

chakar - "Definitions: probe; attaining the ultimate knowledge of a thing." (Hebrew)

jacere - "Definitions: throw, lie down." (Latin)

Kah-gyur - "Definitions: the scriptures of Lamaism; translated commandment (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Kang-gyur, Kanjur."

kiakra - "Definitions: Vedic name of the so-called Celtic cross, with a wheel in the center."

chakra - "Definitions: wheel; center; ganglion; any of the six energy centers in the human body, with parts resembling the petals of a lotus [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 459] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: cakra, cakka; chacla ['Milky Way seen from above; this my red-orange'] (Mayan); halka (Arabic)."

Cecilia - "Definitions: Lily of Heaven."

kaklas - "Definitions: neck." (Lithuanian)

Kah'gro-ma - "Definitions: fairy-like goddesses of varoius orders, possessed of peculiar occult powers; Dakinis (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Mkah'gro-ma."

jagrat - "Definitions: lowest quality of consciousness."

gachelet - "Definitions: coal." (Hebrew)

chqq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lawgiver' [Genesis 49:10, etc.]; 'governors' [Judges 5:9]; 'printed' [Job 19:23]; 'decree' [Proverbs 8:15], [Isaiah 10:1]; 'set' [Proverbs 8:27]; 'appointed' [Proverbs 8:29]; 'law' [Proverbs 31:5]; 'graveth' [Isaiah 22:16]; 'note' [Isaiah 30:8]; 'graven' [Isaiah 49:16]; 'pourtray' [Ezekiel 4:1]; 'pourtrayed' [Ezekiel 23:14]. Associated spellings/words: chaqaq."

chgg - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'feast' [Exodus 5:1, etc.]; 'keep' [Ezekiel 12:14, etc.]. Other definitions include: celebrate, dancing, holyday, festival. Associated spellings/words: chagag, hagag; hag."

chaqaq - "Definitions: engrave, remove material, writing. Associated spellings/words: chq, chqq, chaqaq." (Hebrew)

kaachac - "Definitions: exceedlingly, abundant, plentiful (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Chac ['Mayan rain god']."

kagku - "Definitions: eagle; kite (Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon). Associated spellings/words: kagkum."
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

gcod - "Definitions: cut, cut off, define." (Tibetan)

kakubha - "Definitions: %{p} f. (cf. %{kakud}) a peak , summit RV. ; space , region or quarter of the heavens BhP. [....] (Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon). Associated spellings/words: kakud, kakuda, kakum kakun."
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

ca´kasiti - "Definitions: observe, pay attention to'." (Vedic) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-2-X.html

jagad - "Definitions: teacher (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Jagadguru ['World Teacher']."

JAGGED - "Definitions: sharply notched."

JACKET - "Definitions: garment for the upper body."

CASCADE - "Definitions: small steep waterfall. Associated spellings/words: cascare, cadere ['to fall'] (Latin)."

juxta - "Definitions: near, together." (Latin)

gag pa - "Definitions: stop, cease." (Tibetan)

kakoethia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'malignity' [Romans 1:29]."

kakkabu - "Definitions: star (Akkadian). Associated spellings/words: kakkabu(m)."

kaktos - "Definitions: a prickly plant." (Greek)

qaqqadum - "Definitions: head, capital, principal (Mesopotamian). Associated spellings/words: kefalaion (Greek)."

Jagadamba - "Definitions: a manifestation of Kali Ma; Mother of the World." (Hindu)

kp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'sole' [Genesis 8:9]; 'hands' [Genesis 20:5]; 'hollow' [Genesis 32:25, 32]. Other definitions include: hand; bent; container; hip-socket. Associated spellings/words: kaph; *kaleph ['picture of a hand; the palm of the hand'] (Phoenician)."

kt - "Definitions: four (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: ktvr, ktur."

kd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pitcher' [Genesis 24:14]. Associated spellings/words: kad."

gd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for Jacob's 7th son, 'Gad' [Genesis 30:11]: And Leah said, A troop cometh: and she called his name Gad. Jacob's first son conceived by Zilpah [Leah's maid]."

Kaf - "In Moslem-Arabic mythology, the mountain range, made of emerald, that encircles the world outside the ring of ocean. Abode of the Jinn and other supernatural creatures. Associated spellings/words: Qaf, Caf."

Geb - "Definitions: The father of Osiris and Isis; he was called the father of the gods; depicted wearing a goose on his head. His consort was Tefnut. Associated spellings/ words: Keb; Qeb; Seb."

kab - "Definitions: a hand, an arm, a branch, anything extending (Naga-Maya). Associated spellings/words: gabh ['take'] (Gaelic)."

kab - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sore' [Genesis 34:25], [Job 5:18]; 'mar' [2 Kings 3:19]; 'pain' [Job 14:22]; 'sorrowful' [Psalm 69:29], [Proverbs 14:13]; 'sad' [Ezekiel 13:22]; 'grieving' [Ezekiel 28:24]. Associated spellings/words: ka'ab; mak'ob ['sadness, sorrow']; aqb ['heel']; Yaqb ['Jacob']." Kaf [K] - "Glyphs thought to represent K include; bent hand; palm of the hand; splayed hand- like shape consisting of three lines; a triangle attached to a staff. Reported meanings attributed to Kaf include: take, give, exchange; body energy; force; the 11th letter [4th Double] in the Hebrew alphabet; number 20; the 18th ['God saw that it was good'] of 32 paths, or states of consciousness (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: kp, kaph; Kappa."

CAP /r- "Definitions: take. Associated spellings/words: capere ['seize, take']."

GAP - "Definitions: break in a barrier. Associated spellings/words: god ['loss, damage'] (Tibetan)."

CAB - "Definitions: "Horse-drawn carriage. Associated spellings/words: cabriolet, cabrioler ['to caper, leap'] (French); capriolo ['roebuck'] (Italian); capreolus ['wild goat'], caprea ['wild she-goat'], caper [he-goat'](Latin)

JAB - "Definitions: thrust quickly or abruptly."

JOB - "Definitions: something that has to be done."

Gad - "Reportedly, the Moabitic word Gad, Hebrew, Gad, God, [the god of fortune, of destiny] is identical with the Teutonic name God, German, Gott, and is first recorded in a Semitic inscription almost 1500 to 2000 years before it appears in Europe in any Germanic document."

gth - "According to Jewish scholars, the expression gt [Gimmel + [Teth], get, is not found in Biblical Hebrew, but was adopted in Talmudic times as the name for a Jewish divorce document. Reportedly, in the entire Torah [first five books of the Old Testament] the two letters G [Gimmel] and T [Teth] are nowhere next to oneanother - neither within one word nor even as the last and first letters of adjacent words."

qts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'process' [Genesis 4:3]; 'end' [Genesis 6:13, 8:6]; 'after' [Genesis 16:3]. Associated spellings/words: qets."

JET - "Definitions: spout or emit in a stream."

GET - "Definitions: gain or be in possession. geta."

KIT - "Definitions: set of articles. Associated spellings/words: kette ['chain'] (German)."

jot - "Definitions: crown chakra."

JOT - "Definitions: write briefly and hurriedly."

gat - "Definitions: [to] block, bar." (Hungarian)

c'at - "Definitions: net." (Quiche Maya)

keph - "Definitions: rock, hollow of a rock. Associated spellings/words: kephas ['stone'] (Aramaic)."

CAVE - "Definitions: natural underground chamber."

kopf - "Definitions: head (German). Associated spellings/words: caput, capt ['head'] (Latin). capo ['head; beginning'] (Italian)."

GIVE - "Definitions: hand over; put into the possession of another, perform, produce, utter. Associated spellings/words: gefn ['Norse Goddess / bountiful giver'], gefjon, geban, geven, gefa, giban, yive, giva, give."

CHAT - "Definitions: informal talk. Associated spellings/words: kath ['to tell, relate'] (Hindu)."

GATE - "Definitions: hole or opening for passage; street; going, journey; manner of going."

ghat - "Definitions: steps; especially flight of steps leading to a river or tank (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: ghata."

khat - "Definitions: the material living body, supposedly resurrected after death; one of an Egyptians seven souls."

qyts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'summer' [Genesis 8:22]. Associated spellings/words: qayits."

chad - "Definitions: one (Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: chadah; had, hadah."

Chad - "Definitions: battle, or warrior." (Celtic)

chts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'arrows' [Ezekiel 21:21, etc.]. Other definitions include: higher, higher ground, hill, height, lofty, exceeding, proudly, haughty. Associated spellings/words: gaboahh; gib'ah."

k'ad - "Definitions: now." (Navajo)

geht - "Definitions: going to." (German)

Kayab - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 17 [26 Jun - 15 Jul], Turtle, Milky Way, freedom, independence."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

cpa - "Definitions: throne, above, front." (Aztec)

gbh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'high' [Genesis 7:19, etc.]; 'proud' [Psalm 138:6]. Other definitions include: higher, higher ground, hill, height, lofty, exceeding, proudly, haughty. Associated spellings/words: gaboahh; gib'ah."

gabh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hills' [Genesis 49:26, etc.], [Proverbs 8:25, etc.]; 'hill' [Exodus 17:9, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: gib'ah."

gabh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'excellency' [Deuteronomy 33:26]; 'pride' [Job 41:15], [Psalm 10:2]; [Proverbs 14:13; 29:23]; 'swelling' [Psalm 46:3]; 'highness' [Isaiah 13:3]. Other definitions include: proudly, proud, haughtiness, arrogancy. Associated spellings/words: gabah ['to lift up']; ge; ge'eh; ge'ah; ga'wah; gaon."

japa - "Definitions: to murmur over and over, repetition, repetition of the name of God or a mantra (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: jap ['mental repetition']; kavya ['poetry'] (Hindu)."

cafe - "Definitions: brown (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: cafeteria ['coffee house']."

qafa - "Definitions: freeze, petrify, stagnate, coagulate." (Hebrew)

chba - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hid' [Genesis 3:8]. Associated spellings/words: chaba."

gata - "6 (cap) gata - a. gone, come; arrived at, got to, fallen into, situated, contained, or being in (acc., loc. or ---); belonging or relating to ({prati} or ---); spread, celebrated, known as (loc.); departed, gone away to (dat. or inf.); come forth from (abl. or ---); passed away, disappeared, lost, dead, often adj. --- whose -- is gone, bereft of--, free from --, less; entered. frequented, visited; got, acquired. n. going motion; disappearance, loss of (---); extension, divulgation; way, manner." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

qtsh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'end' [Genesis 8:3, 23:9]; 'quarter' [Genesis 19:4]; 'some' [Genesis 47:2]; 'edge' [Exodus 13:20]; 'borders' [Exodos 13:25]. Associated spellings/words: qatsesh."

gada - "Definitions: basket; to smile (Kapinga). Associated spellings/words: gaed ['fellowship'], gegada ['associate'] (Old English); cf. GATHER; Gad ['Semitic deity of fortune']; gad ['troop, 7th son of Jacob, and full brother of Asher'] (Hebrew)."

keta - "Definitions: form (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: jetzt ['now'] (German)."

kata - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'in' [Matthew 1:20, etc.]; 'accord- ing' [Matthew 2:16, etc.]; 'against' [Matthew 5:11, etc.], [1 Timothy 5:19]; 'apart' [Mathew 14:13, etc.]; 'divers' [Matthew 24:7, etc.]; 'by' [Matthew 26:33]; 'at' [Matthew 27:15]; 'with' [Matthew 1:27]; 'violently down' [Mark 5:13]; 'privately' [Mark 6:32, etc.]; 'on' [Mark 14:3]; 'day' [Luke 11:3]: '... give us day [kata] by day [hemera] ....'; 'every' [Luke 16:19]; 'daily' [Luke 19:47]. Other definitions include: as, whereby, according to, through, throughout."

CATA /p - "Definitions: down. Associated spellings/words: kata, kato ['down, downwards, below, beneath'] (Greek); cadere ['fall']." catA - "11 (otl)

cata - 02 always, continually, perpetually" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

gabha - "(cap) m. womb, inside, interior (adj. - having in the interior, containing, filled with); fetus, embryo, scion, fruit, offspring, child." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit- English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Ka'Ba - "Literally, cube or cube building: the sacred shrine of Islam at Mecca; 'the navel of the earth;' the most sacred object of the kaba is the black stone embedded in the southeastern corner of the building."

Kappa [K] - "Definitions: tenth letter in the Greek alphabet. Large and small forms are written as in English [K & k]. Reported meanings for K include: bad luck; illness; the older 11th letter; number 20."

ka-paa - "Definitions: obstructions give way." (Mayan)

katha - "What cannot be adequately described; fig. the mystic sound principle-the wordless Word, the God-in-expression power, or the Music of the soul. Associated spellings/ words: akath." (Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

khetta - "Definitions: field." (Pali)

kapi - "Definitions: monkey." (Pali)

Jati - "Definitions: birth, birth group, race family; the 11th Nidana (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: jad ['materialism']; ja ['to be born'] (Pali); ktizo ['to create, to produce'] (Greek)."

Gedi - "Definitions: Capricorn, the Hebrew month of Teveth."

gaddi - "Definitions: throne, seat, headship [as of a matha]." (Hindu)

gateihan - "Definitions: announce (Gothic). Associated spellings/words: zihan, zeihen."

gti mug - "Definitions: gloom, darkness, ignorance." (Tibetan)

kbyr - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'great'. Associated spellings/ words: kabbir; gdvl, gadol ['great'] (Late Hebrew)."

Khadija - "Definitions: first wife of Mohammed."

kathedra - "Definitions: chair, seat (Greek). Associated spellings/words: cathedra."

ketu - "Definitions: brightness (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ketua ['chief, leader. headman'] (Malay); kapu ['forbidden, sacred, taboo'] (Hawaiian)."

catu - "Definitions: four." (Pali)

gabua - "Definitions: raincloud." (Kapinga)

kepos - "Definitions: ape." (Greek)

chadosh - "Definitions: separation from the mundane; holy." (Hebrew)

Kapoonis - "One of two brothers described as the thunder and lightning spirits by the Chinook people of the Northwest." (Native American)

Gtum-mo - "Definitions: Vital Warmth, or Psychic Heat (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Tum-mo."

Catholic - "Definitions: universal. Associated spellings/words: katholikos (Greek)."

kha dog - "Definitions: colour." (Tibetan)

jadugar - "Definitions: sorcerers." (Hindu?)

cathode - "Definitions: lower way (Greek). Associated spellings/words: cathode rays ['vacuum crossing rays; the cathode ray particle has a mass only 1/1837 that of the smallest atoms']."

katheudo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'asleep' [Matthew 8:24, etc.]. Other definitions include: sleep, sleepeth, slept. Associated spellings/words: kathhudw."

kbs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'subdue' [Genesis 1:28], 'saddled' [Genesis 22:3]. Other definitions include: saddle, bindeth, bind, keep under, bondage, subjection, govern, girded. Associated spellings/words: kbsh; keseb, kbs, kebes ['lamb']."

kbs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sheep' [Exodus 12:5]; 'lambs' [Exodus 29:38]. Other definitions include: lamb. Associated spellings/words: kebes; keseb."

qds - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sanctified' [Genesis 2:3, etc.]. Other definitions include: to set apart, sanctify, hallow, hallowed, holy, consecrate, dedicate, dedicated. Associated spellings/words: qodesh; qdsh, qades, qdesah ['harlot']; miqdas."

qds - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'harlot' [Genesis 38:21, 22]; 'whore' [Deuteronomy 23:17]; 'harlots' [Hosea 4:14]. Other definitions include: prostitution. Associated spellings/words: qades; qds, qodesh ['to set apart, holy']."

ketz - "Definitions: their limit has no end." (Hebrew)

kabas - "Definitions: wash, washing [of clothing]." (Hebrew)

ghats - "Definitions: Long flights of stone steps." (Hindu)

Gathas - "Definitions: songs; stories of the past. Associated spellings/words: gathas ['religious verses']; Jataka ['a section of the Gathas'] (Hindu)."

coppes - "Definitions: stocks." (Old English)

Kaddish - "Definitions: the Jewish prayer for the dead." Les Gedes - "[....] The most maligned deities in Haiti are Les Barons and Les Gedes: these represent both the essence of death and the unknown. .... The raunchiest antics take place during the gede festivals which occur on November 1 and 2 in most Vodoun temples. .... Baron and Gede veves are traditionally drawn with both flour and coffee, as black and white are two of the ritual colors of these energies. [....]" [Based on article: (Veve, The Sacred Symbol of Vodoun) by Lilith Dorsey - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 46]

kbsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lambs' [Genesis 21:28]. Associated spellings/words: kibsah."

ktizo - "Definitions: to create, to produce." (Greek)

Kat'sinas - "Definitions: Spirits of nature and the messengers and teachers sent by the Great Spirit (Native American / Hopi. Associated spellings/words: Kachinas, KAT.SI.NA ['righteous ones sent of God'] (Sumerian)."

gatsu - "Definitions: moon, month (Japanese). Associated spellings/words: getsu."

katsu - "Definitions: moist tounge; life, energy." (Japanese)

kaatsu - "Definitions: increasing pressure." (Japanese)

chatzav - "Definitions: carve, quarry; the expression of words." (Hebrew)

kbsn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'furnace' [Genesis 19:28, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: kibshan."

ja tshon - "Definitions: rainbow." (Tibetan)

Gethsemane - "Definitions: an oil press. Associated spellings/words: gath ['wine press, wine vat'] + shemen ['oil'] (Aramaic)."

gedzal - "Definitions: detained." (Mayan)

katexousiazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: authority. Other definitions include: authority over. Associated spellings/words:kathxousiaazu."

kathistemi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'ordain' [Titus 1:5]. Other definitions include: authorize, put in charge. Associated spellings/words: kathisthmi."

katastrepho - "Definitions: to turn over, turn under, overturn, overthrow, throw down." (Greek)

gpn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'vine' [Genesis 40:9, 10, etc.]; 'tree' [Numbers 6:4]. Other definitions include: vines, grapevine. Associated spellings/words: gepen."

qtn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'small' [Genesis 19:11]. Associated spellings/words: qatan."

Gefn - "Definitions: the giving one, bountiful giver, a Norse goddess name. Associated spellings/words: gefjon, geban, geven, gefa, giban, yive, giva, give."

CABIN - "Definitions: hut. Associated spellings/words: cabane, cabine ['hut, cabin'] (Old French); cabana; capanna ['hut'] (Late Latin)."

Japan - "Although the Japanese do not settle japan until the third century B.C., humans had lived in Japan from about 30,000 B.C.. For Japan was not always an island. During the Ice Ages, it was connected to the Korean peninsula by means of a land bridge. All four main Japanese islands were connected, and the southern island of Kyushu was connected the Korean peninsula while the northern island of Hokkaido was connected to Siberia. Around 10,000 B.C. these original inhabitants developed a unique culture which lasted for several thousand years: the Jomon [cord pattern] culture."

Caban - "Definitions: centerdness, synchronicity, earth force, earth-keeper, fluid world resonance, tone, fuchsia, synergy, galactic alignment, clue tracking, crystal healing, shield, rainbow, white lion, whale, 17th day name (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Caban [16th day name] (Yucatec); No'j [16th day name] (Quiche)."

Cabbon - "Definitions: circle; a town of Juda." (Old Testament)

CAUTION - "Definitions: security, bail; taking heed, word of warning. Associated spellings/ words: cautio, -on, cavare ['take heed; took place'] (Latin)." kapanA - "f. worm, caterpillar." (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

kavana - "1 (mwd) m. N. of a man; (%{am}) n. water Nir. x, 4. " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

ktenos - "Definitions: domestic animals." (Greek)

Jotnar - "Definitions: giants, the legendary first race who lived in Jotunheim." (Norse Mythology)

CADENCE - "Definitions: rhythm, measure of a rythmical flow. Associated spellings/words: cadenza ['a falling; conclusion of a movement in music'] (Italian); cadere ['fall, down']."

k'abanic - "Definitions: to blame; conceal (Quiche Maya). Associated spellings/words: kabaj."

ka-dingir-ra - "Definitions: Gate of God (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: KA.DINGIR.RA ki."

kthnt - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'coats' [Genesis 3:21, etc.]; 'coat' [Genesis 37:3, etc.]; 'garment' [2 Samuel 13:18, etc.]. Other definitions include: garments, robe. Associated spellings/words: kethoneth."

CABINET - "Definitions: n. 1549, secret receptacle, case used especially for safekeeping; private chamber (1565). Associated spellings/words: cabine ['a house or room for gambling'] (Old Picard); cabane ['cabin'] (Old French); gabinetto ['closet, chest of drawers'] (Italian)" (Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition)

katantau - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'attain' [Philippians 3:11]. Associated spellings/words: katantao; phthano."

qdm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'eastward' [Genesis 2:8; 13:14, etc.]; 'east' [Genesis 3:24; 4:16, etc.]; 'ancient' [Deuteronomy 33:15], [Isaiah 19:11, etc.]; 'aforetime' [Jeremiah 30:20]; 'past' [Job 29:2]; 'of old' [Psalm 68:33, etc.]; 'before' [Proverbs 8:22, etc.]; 'ever' [Proverbs 8:23]; 'everlasting' [Habakkuk 1:12]. Associated spellings/words: qedem; Adam Qadmon, *'adam + *qadam ['to be before, precede']." capam - "01 recitation of mantras, prayer; 02 1. horse's hoof; 2. aerial roofs, as of banyan; 03 bamboo; 04 corpse." (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

cavam - "01 1. corpse, carcass; 2. devil, vampire; 02 speed, velocity; 03 yava-phala. bamboo" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

chtm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stopped' [Leviticus 15:3]; 'sealed' [Deuteronomy 32:34]; 'marked' [Job 24:16]. Associated spellings/words: chatham."

Cadmus - "Definitions: Son of Agenor, King of Phoenicia. Reported introducer of the alphabet from Phoenicia to Greece. Associated spellings/words: Kedem."

kpr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pitch' [Genesis 6:14]; 'appease' [Genesis 32:20]; 'atonement' [Exodus 29:33, 36, 37]; 'purged' [1 Samuel 3:14], [Isaiah 6:7]; 'pardon' [2 Chronicles 30:18]; 'forgave' [Psalm 78:38]; 'purge' [Psalm 79:9]; 'pacify' [Proverbs 16:14]. Other definitions include: to cover or conceal; reconcile, reconciliation, make amends, to seek to please. Associated spellings/words: kapar, kaphar; kippur."

kpr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pitch' [Genesis 6:14]; 'money' [Exodus 21:30]; 'ransom' [Exodus 30:12], [Job 33:24; 36:18], [Proverbs 6:35; 13:8; 21:18], [Isaiah 43:3]; 'satisfaction' [Numbers 35:31, 32]; 'villages' [1 Samuel 6:18]; 'bribe' [1 Samuel 12:3], [Amos 5:12]; 'camphire' [Song of Solomon 1:14; 4:13]. Other definitions include: to cover or conceal. Associated spellings/words: koper, kopher; kpr, kapar ['to make attonement, to attone by making a substitutionary payment']."

gpr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gopher' [Genesis 6:14]. Associated spellings/words: gopher, gopher wood ['gpr ats']. Note: This word appears in the Old Testament only once?"

kbl - "Definitions: to receive." (Hebrew)

qbr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'buried' [Genesis 15:15, 23:4, etc.]: 'bury' [Genesis 23:6, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: qabar."

qbr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'buryingplace' [Genesis 23:4]; 'sepulchres' [Genesis 23:6]. Other definitions include: grave. Associated spellings/ words: qeber."

gbr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'prevailed' [Genesis 7:18]; 'stronger' [2 Samuel 1:23]; 'strengtheneth' [Job 15:25]; 'mighty' [Job 21:7]. Other definitions include: prevail, exceeded, great, valiant, strengthen. Associated spellings/ words: gabar."

gbr - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'man'. Associated spellings/words: anvs ['man'] (Old Hebrew); adm ['man'] (Late Hebrew)."

gdl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'great' [Genesis 11:30], 'magnified' [Genesis 19:19], 'grew' [Genesis 21:20], 'greatness' [Psalm 145:3]. Other definitions include: growth, an increase in size, anything large or great in size or function. Associated spellings/words: gadal; gdvl."

qdr - "Definitions: mourn, deep grief, lamentation (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: qadar."

ktr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for Kether. Associated spellings/words: kathar."
*Link: http://strongsnumbers.com/hebrew/3804.htm

gbvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mighty' [Genesis 6:4, 10:8]. Associated spellings/words: gibbowr."

gbvl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'borders' [Genesis 23:17]; 'coasts' [1 Samuel 5:6]. Associated spellings/words: gaebuwl."

gdvl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'great' [Genesis 1:16, 10:12, 19:11], [Psalm 145:3]. Other definitions include: greater. Associated spellings/words: gadowl; kbyr, kabbir ['great'] (Old Hebrew)."

chpr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'digged' [Genesis 21:30]. Associated spellings/words: chaphar."

chbr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'joined' [Genesis 14:3]. Other definitions include; coupled, couple. Associated spellings/words: chabar."

chbl - "Hebrew spelling of the word/words 'region' [Deuteronomy 3:4]. Associated spellings/ words: chebel."

jabr - "Definitions: reunion of broken parts; compulsion. Associated spellings/words: jabara ['reunite']."

chdr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'chamber' [Genesis 43:30, etc]; [Exodus 8:3], [Judges 3:24, etc]; 'within' [Deuteronomy 32:25]; 'inner' [1 Kings 20:30, 22:25], [2 Kings 9:2, etc]; 'parlours' [1 Chronicles 28:11]; 'south' [Job 37:9]; 'in- nermost' [Proverbs 18:8; 26:22]; 'inward' [Proverbs 20:27, 30]. Associated spellings/ words: cheder."

qthr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'burn' [Exodus 29:13, 18]; 'burned' [Jeremiah 44:19]. Other definitions include: to burn a sacrifice. Associated spellings/ words: qatar."

cabal - "Definitions: n. 1660 small group plotting in secret; intrigue (1646-1647); secret tradition or private interpretation of the Old Testament (1616); cabale ['secret group, intrigue, or tradition'] (French); cabala, cabbala (Latin); qabbalah ['received teachings, tradition'] (Hebrew)."

CABLE - "Definitions: strong rope, wire or chain. Associated spellings/words: capulum [rope, line, bridle'] (Latin); capere ['to seize, take'] (Latin)"

qtsyr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'harvest' [Genesis 8:22]. Associated spellings/words: qatsiyr."

Keter - "Definitions: crown, the 1st sefirah which reportedly corresponds with the contraction [tzimtzum] of Ein Sof created at the moment the idea of creation emerges; the 1st ['In the beginning God created'] of 32 paths, or states of consciousness; Atzilut, the World of emanation." (Hebrew)

CATER - "Definitions: buyer of provisions; provide food for. Associated spellings/words: acater ['purchaser'], achater ['buy'], ac + captare ['catch']."

cadre - "Definitions: "n. 1830, framework; group of people (1851). Associated spellings/words: cadre ['frame (as of a picture)'] (French); quadro ['framework']; quadrum ['a square'] (Latin); quattuor ['four']" (Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition)

CIPHER - "Definitions: '[....] Cipher is the Arabic "cifron," and means empty, a translation of the Sanscrit name of nought "synya," ... [....]' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D. Vol. I [1999 edition], pp. 360-361). Associated spellings/words: cypher, sipher, sifr ['zero'] (Arabic); safira ['be empty'] (Arabic)."

c'abal - "Definitions: opening (Quiche Maya). Associated spellings/words: cabal ['private intrigue'] (Latin)."

capere - "Definitions: take, receive (Latin). Associated spellings/words: caper ['goat']."

JABBER - "Definitions: talk rapidly or unintelligibly."

chatur - "Definitions: four (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: chehar ['four'] (Persian)."

Kether - "[....] The appearance of the Sefirah Kether is just the first impulse of En-Sof towards maniferstation. It is the first expression of God's primal will, a will to will, an impulse & nothing more as yet. Kether is the effect of En-Sof & only in this regard can we distinguish a difference between the two concepts. Within this Sefirah reside all opposites in peaceful union. They exist in a state of potential separation. It is not until the two following Sefiroth come into being that the idea of balance appears. [NP] Kether represents equilibrium as a force or power residing at the central axis of a fulcrum. It is that point where two contending & opposing forces are counterbalanced. This is the significance of Kether's attribute of 'The Primordial or Smooth Point.' It is not a point in the normal sense of the word, a dot on a piece of paper; it is a monad of pure energy in which is contained the power of the opposites in unity. [....] [Based on: Kabbalah (Original Copyright 1973), Charles Ponce, Second Quest edition, 1980, pp. 115-116] - [My brackets. NP = New Paragraph. - D.R.D.]

kephale - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'head' [Matthew 5:36, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: khpalh, cephale; kaphalen gonias ['head of the corner']."

kevala - "Definitions: unconnected, solitary, uncompounded." (Sanskrit)

Khepra - "Definitions: to create; to transform; becoming; scarab [beetle]. Mythology: The symbol is the Scarab beetle, which is placed over the head of a human figure in the Egyptian symbol. From the Papyrus Ani, King's companion to Seti II: 'Among the Egyptians, the Scarabeaus Beetle is no god, but one of the emblems of the Creator, because it rolls a ball of mud between its feet and sets therein its eggs to hatch. As the Creator rolls the world around, and causes it to produce life.' Hieroglyph: a scarab beetle [KP?], a mouth [R], a single feather [H?], and a seated God figure. Associated spellings/words: kheper; kheperi ['the soul manifest in all form']; kepala ['leader, head'] (Indonesian)."

qthvrh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Keturah' [Genesis 25:1]. Other definitions include: one of Abraham's wives; the mother of Zimran [zmrn], Jokshan [yksn], medan [Mdn], Midian [mdyn], Ishbak [ysbk], and Shuah [suk]."

Gevurah - "Definitions: strength; the 5th sefirah which reportedly corresponds with the 2nd day of creation on which God said: 'Let the vapors [waters] separate to form the sky above and the oceans below.' The 13th ['God said, let the earth be vegetated'] of 32 paths, or states of consciousness; Yetzirah, the World of Formation (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: gbvrh; gdvlh, gedula."

kabbalah - "Definitions: that which has been received, received tradition; secret teachings about the universe and Creation that Moses reportedly received from God on Mt. Sinai some 3,000 years ago." (Hebrew)

Kabbalah - "[....] The term Kabbalah translates literally into tradition, & refers us spec- ifically to the tradition of Jewish mysticism. Although the term itself did not come into prominence until the twelfth century of our era, there were mystical currents in existence within Judaism before that time which can also be called Kabbalistic since they contained the basic principles of what eventually became identified as the Kabbalah, the tradition. In the section on mystical literature, therefore, no rigid distinction is made between those mystical works preceding the twelfth century & those which follow it, even though the latter generally, & the famous Sefer Zohar or Book of Splendour in particular, have for some time been erroneously identified as comprising the Kabbalah. [....]" [Based on: Kabbalah (Original Copyright 1973), Charles Ponce, Second Quest edition, 1980, p. 13]

Kadru - "Definitions: name for a Vedic Goddess referred to as mother of all Nagas, or sacred serpents. Associated spellings/words: Kadi."

kataluo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'destroy' [Matthew 5:17]. Other definitions include: to tear down, destroy, abolish."

capillus - "Definitions: hair (Latin). Associated spellings/words: capillaries ['tubes that are as fine as hairs']."

caballus - "Definitions: horse, nag (Latin). Associated spellings/words: cavalcade ['a ride, march, raid on horseback']; cavalcade (Middle French); cavalcata (Italian);

caval- care ['to ride on horseback'] (Latin), caballicare (Late Latin)."

cavallus - "Definitions: the Roman camp slang for horse. Associated spellings/words: equus ['horse'] (Latin); equestrian, equine."

katharos - "Definitions: an adjective that means: pure, clean." (Greek)

katharizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'make clean' [Matthew 8:2, etc.]. Other definitions include: cleanse, cleansed. Associated spellings/words: katharizw; katharos ['clean']."

kevalshar - "Definitions: eleventh initiate. Associated spellings/words: kevala ['isolation'] (Hindu)."

GOVERN - "Definitions: control, direct, guide, influence. Associated spellings/words: gubernare, kubernan ['steer']."

kafirun - "Definitions: unbelievers; conceiling; ingratitude." (Arabic)

JAVELIN - "Definitions: light spear."

kefalaion - "Definitions: head, capital, principal." (Greek)

Jaba al-Nur - "Definitions: mountain of light." (Arabic)

gbrym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mighty' [Genesis 6:4]."

katalambano - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'comprehended' [John 1:5]; 'attained' [Romans 9:30]."

gbryal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: Gabriel."

kdrlamr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Chedorlaomer' [Genesis 14:1]: the king of Elam. Associated spellings/words: kadorla'omer."

caballero -"Definitions: knight." (Spanish)

katargho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'loosed' [Romans 7:2]; 'abolished' [Ephesians 2:15]. Other definitions include: alienated; to be separated from; to annul; to make of no effect. Associated spellings/words: katargeo."

Capricorn - "Definitions: goat-horn, the 10th zodiac sign. Trivia: the sun reaches the Tropic of Capricorn on December 21st. Associated spellings/words: caper, capr ['goat'] + cornu ['horn']; aigokeros; sea-goat."

gbrt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mistress' [Genesis 16:4]. Associated spellings/words: gabereth."

gpryt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'brimstone' [Genesis 19:24]. Associated spellings/words: gaf.rit."

kapporet - "Definitions: the place of propitiation." (Hebrew)

Gotterdammerung - "Definitions: 'Going-into-the-Shadow-of-the-Gods;' often erroneously call- ed Twilight of the Gods: the Teutonic doomsday, when all the gods would be destroyed and reabsorbed by the Great Goddess Skadi, the Shadow. [....]" [Based on: The Women's Encyclopedia of Myth & Secrets, by Barbara G. Walker, p. 350]

cadge - "Definitions: to carry (as a peddler does)."

c'atic - "Definitions: to burn (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: khefti ['enemy'] (Egyptian)."

khadga - "Definitions: sword, attribute of images of deities." (Hindu)

CAPACIOUS - "Definitions: able to contain much. Associated spellings/words: CAPACITY ['ability to contain'] capax, capac, capere ['take']."

katecho - "Definitions: to hold back, retain, retain." (Greek)

katoikeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'dwelt' [Matthew 2:23, etc.]; 'inhabitants' [Revelation 17:2]. Other definitions include: to establish permanent residence, dwell, dwelleth, dwelling, dwellers. Associated spellings/words: katoikhw."

cadger - "Definitions: itinerant peddler (1450). Associated spellings/words: cadge ['to carry']."

CATEGORY - "Definitions: assertion. Associated spellings/words: categorie (Middle French); categoria (Late Latin); kategoria ['assertion'] (Greek), kata ['down to'] + root of agoreuein ['to speak (in the assembly)'] (Greek), agora ['place of assembly'] (Greek); CATEGORICAL, CATEGORIZE."

kategoreo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'accuse' & 'accuseth' [John 5:45]. Other definitions include: charge. Associated spellings/words: kathgorho; kategoros ['accuser']."

kataklusmos - "Definitions: inundation, deluge, flood." (Greek)

Kadaklan - "Definitions: Philippine creator god of the Tinguian islands. He beats on drums to make thunder. A bite from his dog [Kimat] is said to be lightning."

kpp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bowed' [Psalm 145:14, etc.]; 'bow' [Micah 6:6]. Associated spellings/words: kaphaph."

qbb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'curse' [Numbers 22:11, 17; 23:11, 13, 25, 27; 24:10]; 'cursed' [Numbers 23:8]. Associated spellings/words: Associated spellings/words: qabab."

kpd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mourn' [Genesis 23:2]. Associated spellings/words: caphad."

kbd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'grievous' [Genesis 12:10, 18:20]; 'sore' [Genesis 43:1]; 'great' [Genesis 50:9]; 'slow' [Exodus 4:10]; 'hardened' [Exodus 7:14]; 'much' [Exodus 12:38]; 'heavy' [Exodus 17:12; 18:18], [1 Samuel 5:6]; 'thick' [Exodus 19:16]; 'laden' [Isaiah 1:4]; 'hard' [Ezekiel 3:5, 6]. Associated spellings/ words: kabed."

kbd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rich' [Genesis 13:2]; 'grevious' [Genesis 18:20]; 'more honourable' [Genesis 34;19]; 'dim' [Genesis 48:10]; 'laid' [Exodus 5;9]; 'hardened' [Exodus 8:15]; 'prevailed' [Judges 1:35]; 'heavy' [1 Samuel 4;18]; 'sore' [1 Samuel 31:3]; 'glorify' [Psalm 86:12]; 'honour' [Proverbs 3:9]; 'abounding' [Proverbs 8:24]. Other definitions include: nobles. Associated spellings/ words: kabad; nkbd."

ktp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'write' [Exodus 17:14, etc.]; 'wrote' [Exodus 24:4, etc.]; 'written' [Exodus 24:12, etc.]; 'describe' [Joshua 18:5, 6, 8, 9]; 'prescribed' [Isaiah 10:1]; 'subscribe' [Isaiah 44:4, etc.]; 'subscribed' [Jeremiah 32: 12]. Associated spellings/words: kathab."

ktp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'side' [Exodus 27:14, 15; 38:14, 15, etc.]; 'sides' [Exodus 28:27, etc.]; 'shoulderpieces' [Exodus 28:7, 25; 39:4, etc.]; 'shoulders' [Exodus 28:12; 39:7, etc.], [1 Chronicles 15:15], [2 Chronicles 35:3], [Isaiah 11:14; 30:6; 49:22], [Ezekiel 12:6]; 'undersetters' [1 Kings 7:30, etc.]; 'corner' [2 Kings 11;11]; 'shoulder' [Nehemiah 9:29]; 'arm' [Job 31:22]. Associated spellings/words: katheph."

gdp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'reproacheth' [Numbers 15:30]. Other definitions include: to revile, blasphemed, blasphemeth. Associated spellings/words: gadaph."

qdd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'head' [Genesis 24:26]. Associated spellings/words: qadad."

qbts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gather' [Genesis 41:35, etc.], [2 Samuel 3:21, etc.]. Other definitions include: assemble. Associated spellings/words: qabats; qahal; maqhel; adh, 'edah ['assembly, community']."

CEPT /r - "Definitions: take."

CAPT /r - "Definitions: head, leader. Associated spellings/words: CAPIT; caf ['bold'] (Old English)."

kbvd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'glory' [Genesis 31:1, etc.], [1 Kings 8:11], [Psalm 145:11]; 'glorious' [Psalm 145:5]. Other definitions include: honour, impressive or worthy person. Associated spellings/words: kabowd; kbd, kabad ['heavy, weighty']."

caput - "Definitions: head, top, summit; chief (Latin). Associated spellings/words: capitis."

COVET - "Definitions: desire enviously. Associated spellings/words: cupiditus."

gbavt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hills' [Genesis 49:26], [Proverbs 8:25]; [Numbers 23:9], [Deuteronomy 2:12], [Deuteronomy 33:15]; 'hill' [Exodus 17:9, 10]. Associated spellings/words: gib'ah; gbah [gimmel + beth + ayin + heh]." catat - "3 (mwd) catat - mfn. (pr. p.) hiding one's self RV. i, 65, 1; x , 46, 2. " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

chtsb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'digged' [Deuteronomy 6:11, etc.]; 'dig' [Deuteronomy 8:9]; 'hewers' [1 Kings 5:15], [2 Kings 12:12, etc.]; 'masons' [1 Chronicles 22:2, etc.]; 'hew' [1 Chronicles 22:2, etc.]; 'graven' [Job 19:24]; 'divideth' [Psalm 29:7]; 'hewn' [Proverbs 9:1], [Isaiah 51:1]; 'made' [Isaiah 5:2]; 'heweth' [Isaiah 10:15]; 'cut' [Isaiah 51:9]; 'hewed' [Jeremiah 2:13], [Hosea 6:5]. Associated spellings/words: chatsab."

kaputt - "Definitions: wrecked, broken. Trivia: Germanic burial squads in the Middle Ages reportedly counted each corpse as a head."

Chapat - "Definitions: 7-headed serpent." (Yucatan)

qythvb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'smoke' [Genesis 19:28]; 'vapour' [Psalm 148:8]. Associated spellings/words: qiytowr."

jadhba - "Definitions: 'attraction'." (Sufi)

khaibut - "Definitions: the shadow, one of an Egyptian's seven souls."

gobti - "Definitions: to pile or put together (Lithuanian). Associated spellings/words: gaubti."

capto - "Definitions: to grab, try to get, grab at." (Latin)

kvutza - "The word kibbutz originated from the Classical Hebrew word kvutza, meaning 'group'. Kibbutzim is the Hebrew plural." *Link: http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Kibbutz catatam - "5 (otl)

catatam - constantly, always, ever" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

kaTavuL - "1. God, who transcends speech and mind; 2. celestial being; 3. sage; 4. guru, spiritual preceptor; 5. goodness, auspiciousness; 6. divine nature" (Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon) *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

CAPTURE - "Definitions: seizure by force or trickery. Associated spellings/words: capere, capt ['take, sieze']."

katalysis - "Definitions: dissolution, destruction (Greek). Associated spellings/words: kata ['down'] + lysis, lusis ['breaking']. Associated spellings/words: catalyst."

CAPABLE - "Definitions: able to do something. Associated spellings/words: caper + able."

katabole - "Definitions: a throwing or laying down." (Greek)

CAPITULATE - "Definitions: make conditions, stipulate, agree. Associated spellings/words: capitulation, capitulate; capitulatus, capitulare ['arrange in chapters'] (Medieval Latin); capitulum ['chapter, section'] (Latin); caput, capitis ['head'] (latin)."


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