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hr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hills' [Genesis 7:19]; 'mountains' [Genesis 7:20]; 'mount' [Isaiah 14:13]. Other definitions include: hill. Associated spellings/words: har."

hr - "Definitions: take, carry, carry off, take away (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: harati."

ar - "Definitions: to come or go up to some one or some thing, to ascend; steps, stairs, staircase; lion; to complete, to finish; storehouse, treasury, magazine (Egyptian).

Associated spellings/words: al."

ar - "Definitions: messenger; honor, favor, grace, benefit; oar; property (Old English). Associated spellings/wprds: ar ['movement'] (Eskimo)."

ar - "Definitions: 'Indeed, the Pythagoreans considered the triad, in certain respects, the first true number. In Greek the word for number is arithmos, which comes from the root "ar" which means "to join", as in "harmonia," the very function of the triad.)' ". [Based on: Parabola article (Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999: Number & Symbol) - The Tetraktys, The Cosmic Paradigm of the Ancient Pythagoreans) by Robert Apatow, pp. 41-42] / [Note: see "arch" & "Arachne" (this dictionary) - D.R.D.]

AR /s - "Definitions: one who. Associated spellings/words: OR /p ['one who, that which']; ara' ['people'] (Taino); er ['he'] (German); el ['the; he'], ella ['she'], ellas, ellos ['they'] (Spanish)."

AR /p - "Definitions: to."

er [e2] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a beard. General meanings include: and; yet; [indicating effect or means.]" (Chinese)

er [e2] - "Definitions: ren [e2] ('pictograph of human legs') + xin [i4] ('pictograph of skull with brain inside'). General meanings include: person with head not fully closed; child; son. Associated spellings/words: erzi [e2] (n. 'son')." (Chinese)

er - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent an ear. General meanings include: ear." (Chinese)

er [e4] - "Definitions: a line doubled; two." (Chinese)

er - "Definitions: he." (German)

er - "Definitions: tears; lamentation; prayer; complaint; verb: to weep." (Sumerian)

al - Safaitic is a branch of the early South Central Semitic languages (Arabic). Within the Arabic group there are a number of dialects which use *h- rather than *’al for the definite article - these include Safaitic, Dedanite, Lihyanite, Thamudic and Hasaitic. [....] *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safaitic

al - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'upon' [Genesis 1:2]; 'above' [Genesis 1:7, 20]; 'from' [Genesis 4:14]; 'on' [Genesis 6:1]; 'off' [Genesis 7:4, 24:64]; 'over' [Genesis 8:1]; 'which is by' [Genesis 14:6]; 'to' [Genesis 18:5]; 'for' [Genesis 19:17];   'concerning' [Genesis 24:9]; 'by' [Genesis 24:30]; 'because' [Genesis 27:41]; 'beside' [Genesis 31:50]; 'with' [Genesis 32:11]; 'against' [Genesis 40:2]; 'both' [Exodus 35:22]. Other 'with' [Genesis 4:8]; 'against' [Genesis 4:8]; definitions include: out, among, than, beyond the time, and, how long, throughout, as, by reason of, in. Associated spellings/words: 'al [ayin + lamad]]; -l, le-."

al - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'unto' [Genesis 1:9]; 'with' [Genesis 4:8]; 'against' [Genesis 4:8]; 'at' [Genesis 6:6]; 'into' [Genesis 6:18]; 'in' [Genesis 8:21]. Other definitions include: before, to, of, upon, by, toward, hath, for, beside, from, where, after, within, through, according, concerning, because. Associated spellings/words: 'el [aleph + lamad]."

al - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'no' [Genesis 13:8 ]; 'nothing' [Genesis 19:8]; 'neither' [Exodus 34:3]. Other definitions include: nor, nay, none, never, not. Associated spellings/words: 'al [aleph + lamad]."

al - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'God' [Genesis 14:18, 19 ,20, 22, 16:13, 17:1, 21:33, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: 'el [aleph + lamad]."

al - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'these' [Genesis 19:8, 23:6, 26:4]. Associated spellings/words: 'el [aleph + lamad]."

al - "Definitions: fire (Old English). Associated spellings/words: eldr."

al - "Definitions: a verbal prefix: immediately before stative verbs; indicates: 1) distance; 2) the speaker is not involved; or 3) the lack of a transitive relationship." (Sumerian)

al - "Definitions: digging stick; wooden mattock, pickax; forked hoe; spade." (Sumerian)

al - "Definitions: to dive, be immersed (Tamil). Associated spellings/words: al ['heavy'] (Cara Maya); hella ['seat'] (Greek); Alvar ['one who is immersed']."

al - "Definitions: to wander, go astray, child." (Kapinga)

AL /p - "Definitions: to."

El - "Definitions: Supreme and all-knowing Phoenician bull-god, known as Father of Time, or Father of Men; a popular Canaanite name for God. Associated spelling/words: El Shaddai ['El of the Mountain']; El Elyon ['The Most High God']."

el - "Definitions: bile, bitter, liver (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: ellel."

el - "Definitions: masculine form of 'the' used with singular nouns." (Spanish)

IL /p - "Definitions: assimilated form of in, before l; assimilated form of negative in, before l; not."

IR /p - "Definitions: not."

aer - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'air' [Acts 22:23]. Associated spellings/words: ahr."

Ear [EA] - "Definitions: Dust; earth-grave; the 29th Rune; last in Anglo-Saxon runic alphabet of 29 staves."

har - "The only language that kept up to now the word 'har' with its meaning of 'Divine Grace' is the Romanian." *Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

chl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'began' [Genesis 6:1]. Associated spellings/words: chll."

hal - "Definitions: to manifest." (Mayan)

hal - "Definitions: fish; death." (Hungarian)

ILE /s - "Definitions: relating to, suited for, capale of."

URE /s - "Definitions: state of, act, process, rank."

ALL - "Definitions: the whole of. Associated spellings/words: allr, alls."

ahal - "Definitions: can." (Basque)

aire - "Definitions: free, noble." (Old Irish)

haal - "Definitions: [n.m.] state, condition, narrative, circumstance." (Arabic)

HALE - "Definitions: sound, whole; draw, pull."

HEAR - "Definitions: to listen."

HALL - "Definitions: spacious, roofed place."

HAUL - "Definitions: pull, drag."

Hell - "Definitions: Norse Queen of the Underworld, whose name became the English hell. Associated spellings/words: hele ['hide, cover, conceal, keep secret'] (Old English); hele ['I faint'] - ['Hele, hele, lamat zabac ta ni: I faint, I faint, darkness is comming over my face.'] (Lemurian)

Hell - "[....] Hades was quite a different place from our region of eternal damnation, and might be termed rather an intermediate state of purification. Neither does the Scandinavian Hel or Hela, imply either a state or a place of punishment; for when Frigga, the grief-stricken mother of Bal-dur, the white god, who died and found himself in the dark abodes of the shadows (Hades) sent Hermod, a son of Thor, in quest of her beloved child, the messenger found him in the inexorable region - alas! but still comfortably seated on a rock, and reading a book.* [....]" [Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled (1998 edition), p. 11] *Mallet: "Northern Antiquities."

arae - "Definitions: below." (Korean)

achr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'after' [Genesis 5:4, 6:4, 9:9, 9:28, 15:14, 22:20]; 'behind' [Genesis 18:10, 19:17, 26, 22:13]; 'another' [Genesis 4:25]; 'yet other' [Genesis 8:10]. Other definitions include: to follow. Associated spellings/words: 'achar; acher; ahr."

Hare - "A trickster figure found in stories in most parts of Africa."

Hare - "Year of the Hare [Rabbit], the fourth twelve-year cycle in the Chinese calendar. Associated spellings/words: Fire-Hare Year: ['1928 A.D., the first of the last sixty-year cycle']."

'ahar - "Definitions: 'to be enlightened, illuminated' " *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

hrh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/ words 'conceive' & 'conceived' [Genesis 4:1]; 'with child' [Genesis 19:36, 16:11]; 'progenitors' [Genesis 49:26]. Other meanings include: pregnant belly; bare. Associated spellings/words: hara, hareh."

hra - "Definitions: Box. A box as a place for what is gathered." (Hebrew)

arh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'emptied' [Genesis 24:20]. Associated spellings/words: 'arah."

arh - "Definitions: to deserve, be be worthy." (Pali)

ERA - "Definitions: period of time associated with something."

ere - "Definitions: be alone." See: Erestor @ *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

Ere - "Childlike beings that take charge of the individual undergoing initiation." (Yoruban)

ara - "Definition: spokes. (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: arch ['paths'] (Psalm 8:8)."

ara' - "Definitions: people." (Taino)

ara - "Definitions: social equal, peer." (Hittite)

alh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the words/words: 'these' [Genesis 2:4]. Other definitions include: a demonstrative pronoun; who, who's; which, them. Associated spellings/words: 'el-leh."

alh - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the words/words: 'these' [Jeremiah 10:11]. Associated spellings/words: 'elleh."

alh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the phrase 'up' [Genesis 2:6, 13:1, 17:22, 19:28, 30, 22:13], [Exodus 19:3]; 'offered' [Genesis 8:20]; 'offer' [Genesis 22:2]; 'arose' [Genesis 19:15]; 'offering' [Genesis 22:13]; 'ascending' [Genesis 28:12]; 'breaking' [Genesis 32:24]; 'breaketh' [Genesis 32:26]. Other definitions include: burnt offering, sacrifice. Associated spellings/words: 'alah: ayin + lamed + heh."

alh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'leaves' [Genesis 3:7]. Other meanings include: leaf, branch, branches. Associated spellings/words: aleh, aleph + lamed + ayin."

alh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'oath' [Genesis 24:41, 26:28]. Other definitions include: swear, swearing, curse, cursing, execration. Associated spellings/words: 'alah; aleph + lamed + heh."

alh - "Biblical spelling for the word/words: 'oak' [Joshua 24:26]. Other definitions include: terebinth. Associated spellings/words: 'allah."

alh - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word 'God' [Daniel 10:19]. Associated spellings/words: 'elahh."

ala - "Definitions: road, path, to awaken." (Kapinga)

hla - "The yoking together of two parties. A treaty or covenant binds two parties together through an oath [yoke]. The God of the Hebrews was seen as the older ox who is yoked to his people in a covenant relationship." (Hebrew)

hlah - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'back' [Genesis 19:9]. Other meanings include: beyond, thenceforth, yonder, forward. Associated spellings/words: haleah."

arch - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'manner' [Genesis 18:11]; 'path [Genesis 49:17]; 'highways' [Judges 5:6]; 'paths' [Psalm 8:8], [Job 6:18, 8:13, 13:27]; 'troops' [Job 6:19]; 'puttest' [Job 13:27]; 'way' [Job 16:22, 19:8, 22:15], [Proverbs 3:6]. Other definitions include: traveller. Associated spellings/words: 'orach; drk, derek [way, path, road'] (Late Hebrew)."

chrh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wroth' [Genesis 4:5]; 'angry' [Genesis 18:30]. Associated spellings/words: charah, harah; chemah, hemah; charon, haron."

hara - "Definitions: literally, the one who takes away; name of Siva." (Hindu)

hara - "Definitions: name of legendary mountains (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: haram."

hara - "Definitions: field, plain, prairie, tundra, moor, wilderness; belly, abdomen (Japanese).

Associated spellings/words: onaka ['one's center']."

Hera - "Definitions: Greek Mother of the Gods, even of the Olympian gods, to whom she gave the ambrosia of eternal life. Daughter of: Cronus [Saturn] & Rhea. Wife [and brother of] Zeus. Mother of: Ares [Mars]; Aphrodite; Hephaestus. Associated spellings/words: Era; Horus." *Links: http://www.lunaea.com/goddess/power/hera.html (T.D. - 12/01/06)

Hera - "Definitions: part [the 'Mother' part] of an the archaic Greek trinity consisting of Hebe [the 'Virgin' part], Hera, & Hecate [the 'Crone' part]." [D.R.D.]

arah - "Definitions: total nakedness (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: arvh."

arha - "Definitions: deserving, meriting; proper, deserved." (Sanskrit)

AURA - "Definitions: subtle emanation, breath, breeze; magnetic field."

hala - "Definition: direction (Malay). Associated spellings/words: hallr ['inclined'] (Old Norse); ala ['road, path, to awaken'] (Kapinga); eala ['swan] (Gaelic); arch ['paths'] (Psalm 8:8)."

hala - "Definitions: plough; an attribute of Balarama." (Hindu)

eala - "Definitions: swan." (Gaelic)

hele - "Definitions; hide, keep secret, cover." (Old English)

hele - "Definitions: I faint; reportedly, the last words spoken by Jesus on the cross. (Lemurian). Associated spellings/words: Hele, hele, lamat zabac ta ni ['I faint, I faint, darkness is comming over my face.']."

chlh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sick' [Genesis 48:1]; 'laid' [Deuteronomy 21:22]. Other definitions include: weak, sorry, besought, disease, wounded, infirmity, intreat, intreated, sore, grief, travail, pain. Associated spellings/words: chalah."

Aarea - "Definitions: 'Red soil from which, in Tahitian legends, the first men were made .....' " *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

Allah - "Definitions: the one who deserves all worship; God (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: al-Lah; Allahu; ta'allaha, alaha ['to be worshipped'] (Arabic); al-ilah ['the God']; Jahweh ['God'] (Hebrew); Elahh ['God'] (Aramaic)."

Allah - "The word Allah, which in Arabic means God, if divided into three parts may be interpreted as "the One who comes from nothing". El or Ellah has the same meaning as Allah. The words found in the Bible, Eloi, Elohim and Hallelujah, are related to the word Allahu." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

hella - "Definitions: seat." (Greek)

ari - "Definitions: he who goes up; light, fiery one; breeze, wind." (Egyptian)

Ari - "Definitions: Leo, lion, the Hebrew month of Av; the eater; honey." (Hebrew)

ari - "Definitions: eagle." (Old Norse)

ari - "Definitions: enemy." (Sanskrit)

ARY /s - "Definitions: relating to, quality."

ERY /s - "Definitions: relating to, quality, condition."

ORY /s - "Definitions: relating to, place where."

aly - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'high' [Daniel 3:26]. Associated spellings/words: illay." Ali - "An Arabic name believed to mean: lofty, or sublime."

ALI /r - "Definitions: other."

aali - "Definitions: to win (Kapinga). Associated spellings/words: alai ['happy'] (Basque)."

alhy - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'God' [Deuteronomy 3:3]."

alai - "Definitions: happy." (Basque)

heli - "Definitions: ascending (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: aliyah."

Hari - "Definitions: Literally, the yellowish-green one; name of Vishnu. Trivia: 'The Mystics and the Philosophers, the Eastern and Western Pantheists, synthesize their pregenetic triad in the pure divine abstraction. The orthodox, anthropomorphize it. Hiranyagarbha, Hari, and Sankara - the three hypostases of the manifesting 'Spirit of the Supreme Spirit' (by which Prithivi - the Earth - greets Vishnu in his first Avatar) - are the purely metaphysical abstract qualities of formation, preservation, and destruction, and are the three divine Avasthas (lit. hypostases) of that which 'does not perish with created things' (or Achyuta, a name of Vishnu); .... (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem).' "

Elli - "Definitions: 'Old Age'; a Teutonic Goddess said to have (in a wrestling match) conquered even the god of strength, Thor himself."

allay - "Definitions: woe (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: oy, oyah, i, hoy, razi."

herri - "Definitions: country." (Basque)

harry - "Definitions: make raids." (Old English)

Aria - "Definitions: song, or melody." (Italian)

AREA - "Definitions: clear open space, space for something."

arya - "Definitions: noble, honourable." (Sanskrit)

alaya - "Definitions: Imperishable; beyond dissolution; storehouse (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Alaya Lok ['The endless region; the 7th plane']."

alaya - "Definitions: 'Soul of the World' or 'Over-Soul'. Associated spellings/words: Nyingpo, Tsang (Tibetan)." (Based on: The Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky - Vol. 1)

Eli-Jah - "Definitions: Yahweh is my God!" (Hebrew)

aliyi - "Definitions: noble, royal." (Hawaiian)

ariu - "Definitions: 'I plow' (Lithuanian). Associated spellings/words: aro ['I plow'] (Latin)
*Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithuanian_language

Eriu - "A goddess name later changed to Eire. Associated spellings/words: Ireland."

helios - "Definitions: the sun; rays of the sun (Greek). Mythology: a Titan and god of the Sun. Son of: Hyperion & Thea. Brother of: Eos & Selene. Associated spellings/words: HELIO; hele ['ray']; Heliopolis [Greek name for 'Ancient Egypt', the center of worship for the god of the setting Sun [Tem]. It's history reportedly dates back before 2900 B.C.; Hel-ioi ['the sun spirits']; Helius."

alyvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Most High' [Genesis 14:18, 19, 22], [Numbers 24:16], [Deuteronomy 32:8], [2 Samuel 22:14], [Psalm 78:35, 97:9], [Isaiah 14:13, 14]. Associated spellings/words: elyon, elyovn. *Links: http://biblelexicon.org/genesis/14-18.htm / http://www.hebrewoldtestament.com/B01C014.htm
              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elyon

elyvn - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'most High' [Psalm 82:6]. According to Philo of Byblos, Eliun was a Creator god who, along with his wife Bruth, gave birth to Ouranos and Gaia. Other words or spellings associated with Eliun include: Alalu; Hypsistos ['The Highest']."

Eliun - "According to Philo of Byblos, a Creator god who along with his wife Bruth gave birth to Ouranos and Gaia (Phoenician). Associated spellings/words: Alalu; Hypsistos ['The Highest']."

elaion - "Definitions: olive oil." (Greek)

aryvk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Arioch' [Genesis 14:1]. Other meanings include: the king of Ellasar. Associated spellings/words: Aryowk."

Heliopolis - "The Greek name for 'Ancient Egypt,' the center of worship for the god of the setting Sun [Tem]. Its history is claimed to date back before 2900 B.C."

Elis - "Definitions: the Holy Land of ancient Greece." (Greek)

Eris - "Definitions: Greek goddess of emulation, discord, chaos, and strife. The Roman Discordia."

Aries - "Definitions: The Ram; by ancient reckoning, the Zodiacal sign of the New Year, that began in March. Associated spellings/words: Amon."

Ares - "Greek myth name of the son of Zeus and Hera. Identified with Roman Mars. Derived from the Greek word ares, meaning 'battle strife; ruination.' " [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

Elysium - "The fields on the banks of the river Oceanus in the farthest west where the blessed dwell; paradise; Isles of the blessed ruled by Cronus." (Greek Mythology)

aristos - "Definitions: best, excellent." (Greek)

Aristaios - "Definitions: 'Excellence.' Greek myth name for a son of Apollo and a mortal woman, who was raised on ambrosia and made immortal by Gaia." [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

Aristotle - "Greek philosopher who reportedly uttered the following quote: 'Words are but sounds which by arbitrary convention are linked with a certain meaning.' This was the last word of Antiquity about the origin of speech, at the beginning of the Christian Era."

alyn - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'these' [Daniel 2:44]. Associated spellings/words: illeyn."

Hlin - "Norse goddess who assists Frigg with protecting humans. Associated spellings/words: hlin ['protectress']."

alhyn - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'God' [Daniel 5:11]. Associated spellings/words: elahin; alhym (*Hebrew)." *Links: http://biblelexicon.org/daniel/5-11.htm
                                    http://www.hebrewoldtestament.com/B27C005.htm

Aryan - "Definitions: general name for Indo-European peoples, from Sanskrit arya ['a man of clay,' 'man of the land']."

Ajuna - "Hindi myth name for a son of Indra, meaning 'white.' "

[Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

Aleyin - "[....] The Canaanite Goddess Anatha laid the curse on her dying god Aleyin, whose reed scepter was broken, and who was forsaken by his heavenly father, in the Canaanite forerunner of the Christian crucifixion story. Offering himself as 'the lamb to be sacrificed in expiation,' Aleyin dissolved into his alter ego Mot, the Death King, only to be resurrected with the vegetation of a new season.(30) [....]" [Based on: The Crone - Woman of Age, Wisdom, and Power, by Barbara G. Walker (Copyright 1985), p. 25] - (30) Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology, p. 77]

hairein - "Definitions: take." (Greek)

Harijan - "Definitions: children of god." (Sanskrit)

Arinna - "Definitions: Sun-goddess, 'Queen of Heaven and earth'."

Ariana - "Archaic name of Iran and its Great Goddess, sometimes rendered Mariana."

Arianrhod - "Definitions: Goddess of the Silver Wheel (the stars), whose hub was the Revolving Castle, Caer Sidi, hidden in the underground spirit-land of Annwn." [Based on: T.W.D.O.S.A.S.O., Barbara Walker, 1988, p. 16]

Hiranyagarbha - "In Hindu mythology, the golden [hiranya] egg [garbha] from which the world came. Trivia: 'The Mystics and the Philosophers, the Eastern and Western Pantheists, synthesize their pregenetic triad in the pure divine abstraction. The orthodox, anthropomorphize it. Hiranyagarbha, Hari, and Sankara - the three hypostases of the manifesting 'Spirit of the Supreme Spirit' (by which Prithivi - the Earth - greets Vishnu in his first Avatar) - are the purely metaphysical abstract qualities of formation, preservation, and destruction, and are the three divine Avasthas (lit. hypostases) of that which 'does not perish with created things' (or Achyuta, a name of Vishnu); .... (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem).' "

arym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'naked' [Genesis 3:10]. Associated spellings/words: arvm."

alym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ascending' [Genesis 28:12]. Associated spellings/words: alah."

alim - "Definitions: one who knows, an expert, a scholar (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: ilm."

Alim - "The A is raised to the surface when the tongue rises and touches the roof of the mouth when pronouncing the letter l (lam), and the sound ends in m (mim). The pronunciation of which closes the lips. These three essential letters of the alphabet are brought together as the mystery in the Quran. With A deepened by ain the word Ilm is formed which means knowledge. Alim comes from the same, and means knower. 'Alam means state or condition, the existence which is known." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

hhrym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'mountains' [Genesis 8:5]. Associated spellings/words: ha.rim."

alhym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'gods' [Genesis 3:5, 28:22, 30:2, 31:30, 31:22], [Exodus 12:12, 18:11, 20:23, 22:28, 23:13, 24,32,33, 32:1,4,8,23,31, 34:15, 16,17], [Deuteronomy 11:28], 'great' [Genesis 30:8]; 'mighty' [Genesis 23:6], [Exodus 9:28]; 'judges' [Exodus 21:6, 22:8, 22:9]; 'god' [Jonah 1:5]. Other definitions include: the plural form of alvh ['eloahh]; many gods or aspects; council, council of the gods; the first thing God created; constriction; manifestation of delination and division; understanding. Associated spellings/words: elohim, elohiym; alvh, 'eloahh, 'elowahh; alhyn (Aramaic)."

Helheim - "[....] Then below in the third world is the world of darkness, Helheim, the abode of mortal things. Plato gives us the key to the symbolism very simply: The first world is the spiritual nature of man; the second world is the intellectual nature of man; and the third world is the mortal state of man. In other words, Helheim is not a place men go after they die; it is the symbol of the mortal, created, physical, formal universe. It is the world ruled over by Hades, the god of the dead; but it is not an underworld in the sense that we have been taught to think about it. The material creation itself is the underworld, from being the lower of the three parts of the Divine Being; and the material universe is set up in form or in the world of form. It is the world of form represented by the Hindus as a circle, or a sphere on the northern apex of which was the Temple of Meru, the House of the Gods, the gods that were called the cosmo-creators, or the creators of the world or of the world form. At the apex of the material world stands Wotan, the Lord of Mind, for mind created the material world, and in so doing loosed the curse of matter. [....]." [Based on: Horizon Magazine, Fall 1945, Vol. 5 No. 2 (The Ring of the Nibelung), Manly P. Hall]- [Note: Paragraph indents untranscribed - D.R.D.]

Aryaman - "A minor Vedic Aditya believed to be the patron of the institution of marriage. Associated spellings/words: Airyaman."

Ahriman - "Definitions: Great Serpent, Lord of Darkness, and rival of the sun god in Persian myth; leader of the daevas, whom Zoroastrians called devils, though the original Indo-Iranian word meant gods. The story of Ahriman's revolt against his twin brother, the Heavenly Father, of their war in heaven, and of the daevas' fall to the underworld, gave western Europe its basic myth of the fall of Lucifer, and its dualistic division of the universe between forces of good and evil. Ahriman was not considered inferior to the Heavenly Father. On the contrary, they were twins, born simultaneously from the womb of the primal Crone of Time [Zurvan]. Ahriman was not originally Persian. He was the Vedic god Aryaman, maker of Aryans - the people he created of clay. Aryaman was one of the twelve zodiacal sons of the Goddess Aditi. He also had a Celtic incarnation, as the divine king Eremon. Associated spellings/words: Aryaman; Draoga ['betrayer']."

ELIMINATE - "Definitions: thrust out of doors, expel, get rid of. Associated spellings/words: eliminare, e + limen, limin ['threshold']."

alimentum - "Definitions: nourishment." (Latin)

Ariel - "Definitions: lion of God." (Hebrew)

aryry - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'childless' [Genesis 15:2]. Associated spellings/words: ariyriy."

heilig - "Definitions: holy or sacred (German). Associated spellings/words: halga."

aligi - "Definitions: preist, high priest (Kapinga). Associated spellings/words: Ariki ['priest'] (Maori)."

Haligmonath - "Holy Month; the ninth month of the Saxon lunar calendar."

arigato - "Definitions: thank you." (Japanese)

hrida - "Definitions: heart." (Sanskrit)

hrida chakra - "Definitions: heart [hrida] wheel [chakra]; the fourth chakra, situated near the cardiac plexus, that contains twelve petals. It is related to the general circulation of the blood and breathing. Associated spellings/words: dvadasdal kanwal [lotus of twelve petals]." (Sanskrit)

Ariti - "Definitions: a name of the Nile-god and of his Flood." (Egyptian)

haraiti - "Definitions: a mountain (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: haraithyo."

eritheia - Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'strife' [Galatians 5:20]. Other meanings include: selfish ambition; self-seeking; factions. Associated spellings/words: hrithhia."

eridu - "According to the Enuma Elish, 'When kingship was lowered from heaven, the kingship was in Eridu.' Associated spellings/words: URU.DU(G)."

Ariadne - "Definitions: most holy; a younger form of the Cretan Moon-goddess, worshipped at Amathus as a consort of Dionysus (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: ari ['most'] + adnos ['holy']."

arithmos - "Definitions: number, an indefinate number, a multitude (Greek). Associated spellings/words: arithmeo."

arithmos - "Definitions: number, a number; amount, size; an indefinate number, a multitude (Greek). Associated spellings/words: arithmeo; numerus (Latin)."

hru - "Definitions: the sun, day (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: Heru ['Egyptian hieroglyph depicting a hawk, a symbol thought to represent Horus.']."

alv - "Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'behold' [Daniel 4:13]."

Alo - "Definitions: spiritual guides (Native American / Hopi). Associated spellings/words: AL.U ['beings of Heaven'] (Sumerian)."

aro - "Definitions: to plow." (Latin)

AERO /p - "Definitions: air; atmosphere; gas; airplane. Associated spellings/words: aer."

HERO - "Definitions: man of superhuman qualities."

HALO - "Definitions: circle of light around the sun. Associated spellings/words: halal ['to shine, to praise'] (Hebrew); helu ['number'] (Hawaiian)."

HALO - "Definitions: [....] The word came from Greek halos, 'threshing floor, originally a round space where circular harvest dances were performed in the Eleusian Mysteries, at the festival called Haloa. (1) [*Pedigree, Stephen Potter & Laurens Sargent, p 185]" [Based on: T.W.D.O.S.A.S.O., Barbara Walker, 1988, p. 9]

ALLO /r - "Definitions: other. Associated spellings/words: ALI."

erhu - "Definitions: a two-stringed musical instrument." (Chinese)

helu - "Definitions: number." (Hawaiian)

aalu - "Definitions: to aim at." (Kapinga)

alahu - "Definitions: anoint." (Aztec)

arewe - "Definitions: arrow; The Light of EWE." (Old English)

hallo - "Definitions: calling attention."

ALLOW - "Definitions: commend; admit; permit. Associated spellings/words: al + laudare ['praise']." HALLOW - "Definitions: hole, cave."

Arallu - "Definitions: the realm of the dead." (Sumerian Mythology)

Allahu - "Definitions: God (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: Allah (Arabic); Elahh, eloi ['my god'] (Aramaic); Eloah, Eloh, alleluia ['praise God'] (Hebrew); houloi, ululatus, hulluloo."

alvh - "Biblical spelling for the word/words: 'god' [Deuteronomy 32:15], [2 Chronicles 32:15], [Nehemiah 9:17], [Job 3:4, 23; 4:9, 17, etc.], [Psalm 18:31; 50:22; 114:7; 139:19], [Proverbs 30:5], [Isaiah 44:8], [Daniel 11:37-39], [Habakkuk 1:11; 3:3]; 'gods' [Deuteronomy 32:17]. Associated spellings/words: elowahh."

arvh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'nakedness' [Genesis 9:22]; 'unclean' [Deuteronomy 23:14]. Associated spellings/words: ervah; arvm ['naked']."

Arwah - "With the feeling of I-ness the innate power of the Absolute, so to speak, pulled itself together; in other words concentrated on one point; thus the all-pervading radiance formed its center, the Center which is the divine Spirit or the Nut, in
Sufi terms called Arwah. [....]" [Based on: http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html]

aloha - "Definitions: hello or farewell greeting (Hawiian). Other definitions include: love, friendship, gratitude, benevolence (Polynesian). Associated spellings/words: hallo ['calling attention']."

'eloah - "Definitions: 'goddess'." (Hebrew?) *Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

aloho - "Definitions: to love, to pity." (Kapinga)

Eloi - "Definitions: my god." (Aramaic)

Arwy - "Definitions: a river [Arui] in county Powys which name means "arrow" (Welsh)." See: Erui @ *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

Halloween - "All Souls' or All Hallows' Day [November 1] was the Christian version of Samhain, the Celtic feast of the dead, named for the Aryan Lord of Death, Samana, the Leveler, or the Grim-Reaper, the leader of ancestral ghosts."

Arvid - "Definitions: eagle tree (Scandinavian). Associated spellings/words: arn ['eagle'] + vidhr ['tree']."

Eros - "Definitions: love; a Greek god of love. Mythology: 'Orphics said Eros was the first god to emerge from the whomb of the primal creatress, Mother Night....' [Barbarga G. Walker]. Trivia: this word [eros], much used in Greek culture, is not found in the New Testament. In the NT, the most common word for love is Philia."

alus - "Definitions: refined." (Hindu)

ellos - "Definitions: masculine form of they (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: ils (French)."

chrvts - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gold'. Associated spellings/words: harus; pz, paz ['gold'] (Old Hebrew); zhb, zahab ['gold'] (Late Hebrew)."

alusis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'chains' [Mark 5:4]. Associated spellings/words: halusis." HARVEST - "Definitions: season for gathering."

hlystan - "Definitions: listen. Associated spellings/words: hlyst ['hearing'] (Old English); hlust (Old Norse)."

Arun - "Definitions: 'Redness of the rising sun.' Hindi myth name of the charioteer of the rising sun. he is believed to be a cripple having no thighs." [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

hrvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'conception' [Genesis 3:16]."

alvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'plain' [Genesis 13:18]; 'plains' [Genesis 18:1], [1 Samuel 10:3]. Associated spellings/words: aln; 'elown."

alvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'coffin' [Genesis 50:26]; 'ark' [Exodus 25:10], [1 Samuel 5:7]. Associated spellings/words: 'arown."

Arawn - "Welsh myth name of the Lord of Annwn ('un-world; under-world'), possibly meaning 'unrestrained wildness.' " [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. - 01/10/07]

Arwen - "Definitions: Royal Maiden. Elvin princess who married Aragorn." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

ALONE - "Definitions: seperated from others. Associated spellings/words: al, ane, al one, ana ['by one's self']."

heron - "Definitions: poet." (Middle English)

Aaron - "Definitions: light bringer; the brother of Moses (Hebrew). Associated spellings/ words: Aaron ['messenger']."

aruna - "Definitions: the dawn; the sun (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: Arun ['charioteer of the sun; Arjuna ['White, clear; Commander of the Pandawa family at war with the Korawas.'] (Sanskrit)."

Alaunus - "Definitions: 'shining one'; god of the sun, healing and prophecy." (Celtic)

arvm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'subtil'[Genesis 3:1]."

Alom - "Definitions: The Engenderer, a triune aspect of the creator." (Popol Vuh)

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

arvmym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'naked' [Genesis 2:25]. Associated spellings/words: arvm."

Elul - "Sixth exilic Hebrew month name; August - September. Associated spellings/words: Elulu, Ululu ['purification'] (Akkadian)."

Elul - "Hebrew month 6: [August - September / 29 days]. Associated spellings/words: alvl."

*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/jewish.html

Alvar - "Definitions: one who is immersed [in God]." (Tamil)

Aurora - "Dawn, sunrise; the Roman name for Eos (Latin). Associated spellings/words: ausora, ausra, ushas, aus-, eos."

alavlm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the term 'Everlasting God' [Genesis 21:33]. Associated spellings/words: al ['God'] + avlm ['everlasting']; elowlam."

Aluk - "Definitions: from [al] truth [huk]; the source of all truth; God."

Aluk - "Aluk is the sacred word that the Vairagis, the adepts of India, use as their sacred chant. In the word Aluk are expressed two words, al meaning he, and Haqq truth, both words together expressing God the source from which all comes." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

heruka - "Definitions: Heruka (Sanskrit; Tib.khrag 'thung), is the name of a category of wrathful deities, enlightened beings in Vajrayana Buddhism that adopt a fierce countenance to benefit sentient beings. Herukas represent the embodiment of indivisible bliss and emptiness. They appear as yidam or meditational deities in tantric sadhana, usually placed in a mandala and often accompanied by a yab-yum consort." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heruka]

ALLOCATE - "Definitions: assign. Associated spellings/words: al + locare ['place']."

arut - "Definitions: door, gate, gateway, hall." (Egyptian)

alvph - "Definitions: master, prince, cheif. Associated spellings/words: aluph." (Hebrew)

Arvad - "Definitions: refuge; a small island a short distance off the coast of Phoenicia." (Old Testament)

ELUDE - "Definitions: play upon; refer; delude; babble; slip away from, evade. Associated spellings/words: e + ludere ['play'], ludus ['game']."

ILLUSION - "Definitions: deception; deceptive appearance; perception of an external object involving a false belief. Associated spellings/words: illudere ['mock, jest at'], il + ludere ['play, sport']."

Europa - "Definitions: Daughter of Agenor, king of Tyre and Phoenicia. Daughter of Phoenix." (Greek Mythology)

alvpym - Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dukes' [Genesis 36:15]. Other meanings include: the heads of families and tribes."

erotao - "Definitions: to ask, to ask a questions, to request." (Greek)

alupoteros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'less sorrowful' [Philippians 2:28]. Other definitions include: ritual pollution. Associated spellings/words: alupothros; alupos, alypos ['without grief']."

Hierophant - "Definitions: expounder of mysteries. Associated spellings/words: hieros ['sacred'] + phan, phainein ['to shine; reveal']."

hrodr - "Definitions: glorious (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: hruod."

heruber - "Definitions: across." (German)

elutheria - "Definitions: liberty." (Greek)

allotrios - "Definitions: foreign." (Greek)

erythrocyte - "Definitions: red blood cell devoid of a nucleus. Associated spellings/words: erythros ['red'] + kytos ['a hollow space or cell'] (Greek)."

Areopagus - "Definitions: hill of Mars; A rocky hill near the center of the city of Athens." (Old Testament)

hirs - "Definitions: [n.f.] eager, greediness, desire, ambition." (Arabic)

ELSE - "Definitions: in a different way, time, or place; otherwise, if not. Associated spellings/words: elles, algis, allos, alius ['other']."

Eris - "Definitions: Greek goddess of emulation, or discord. The Roman Discordia."

chrs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'artificer' [Genesis 4:22]. Associated spellings/words: choresh."

chrs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'peace' [Genesis 24:21]. Associated spellings/words: charash."

eresh - "Definitions: queen, mistress." (Sumerian)

Elhaz [Z,R] - "Protection; open hand; elk; flying swan; divine twins; the 15th Rune commonly depicted by an upright three-pronged Y-like shape. An older image is believed to have depicted this splayed effect at both ends. Associated spellings/words: ihwar; eolh ['elk']; algis ['swan']; algiz."

ellas - "Definitions: feminine form of they (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: elles (French)."

halas - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'salt' [Matthew 5:13], [Mark 9:50], [Luke 14:34], [Colossians 4:6]. Associated spellings/words: alas; halizo, alizo ['salted']; melah ['salt'] (Hebrew)."

harsa - "Definitions: joy, delight." (Hindu)

Arsai - "Earth; one of the three daughters of Baal" (Ugaritic)

er'zi - "Definitions: son." (Chinese)

allasso - "Definitions: an alteration or change (Greek). Associated spellings/words: katalasso ['to reconcile']."

Hraesvelgr - "Definitions: the corpse-swallower; personification of the cold north wind." (Norse Mythology)

hairesis - "Definitions: choice, preference, system of thought, school (Greek). Associated spellings/words: heresy."

arsen - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'male' [Matthew 19:4]. Other definitions include: men, man. Associated spellings/words: arshn; arren."

alazon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'boasters' [Romans 1:30], [2 Timothy 3:2]. Other definitions include: arrogant. Associated spellings/words: alazon."

alazoneia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'boastings' [James 4:16]; 'pride' [1 John 2:16]. Other definitions include: boaster. Associated spellings/words: alazonhia."

Elessar - "Definitions: Elf stone. Name taken by Aragorn at his coronation."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

al'axic - "Definitions: to be born." (Mayan)

aresko - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pleased' [Matthew 14:16]. Other definitions include: please. Associated spellings/words: arhsko; arestos ['pleasing']; euaresteo ['to please']; euarestos ['pleasing']."

alisgema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pollution' [Acts 15:20]. Other definitions include: ritual pollution. Associated spellings/words: alisghma."

Ereshkigal - "Definitions: an earth and fertility goddess; consort to the Bull of heaven; elder sister of Inanna; mother of Ninazu and Nungal; goddess of the underworld; Queen of The Great Below." (Sumerian / Babylonian Mythology)

erste - "Definitions: first." (German)

aerest - "Definitions: adv. 1st, at first." (Old English)

harshad - "Definitions: 'great joy'." (Sanskrit)

arestos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'please' [John 8:29]; 'reason' [Acts 6:2]. Other definitions include: pleased, pleasing. Associated spellings/ words: arhstos; aresko ['to please']; euaresteo ['to please']; euarestos ['pleas- ing']."

hrn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'conception' [Genesis 3:16]. Associated spellings/words: hrvn, herown."

chrn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Haran' [Genesis 11:31, 32; 28:10]. Trivia: the place where Terah [Terach] reportedly died."

aren - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'lambs' [Luke 10:3]. Other definit- ions include: lamb. Associated spellings/words: arhn; arnion."

alan - "Definitions: hunting dog (Greek, Scythian). Associated spellings/words: alani."

Alan - "A common name believed to hold various meanings, ex: peace; handsome; hound; rock." (Celtic)

Ahrn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Aaron' [Exodus 5:1]. Other meanings include: light bringer; high mountain; exalted; the brother of Moses. Associated spellings/words: Aaron ['messenger'] (Arabic); 'ahar ['to be enlightened, illuminated']." *Links: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm

Arne - "A name believed to mean either fireplace or eagle." (Scandinavian)

EARN - "Definitions: reap; receive as a return for service; deserve. Associated spellings/ words: arnen; esne ['laborer, man']; esni; asneis; aran; asans ['harvest']."

arren - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'male' [Matthew 19:4], [Mark 10:6], [Galatians 3:28]; 'men' [Romans 1:27]; 'man' [Revelation 12:5, 13]. Associated spell- ings/words: arrhn; arsen; aner; thelys."

aelan - "Definitions: I burn; kindle." (Old English)

haron - "Definitions: anger. Associated spellings/words: charon."

harin - "Definitions: taking, bringing." (Sanskrit)

helan - "Definitions: to hide." (Anglo-Saxon)

Helen - "In Greek legend and mythology, the most beautiful of women; daughter of Zeus and Leda, and sister of the Dioscuri. Associated spellings/words: Hellen, Helle, Selene."

Helen - "[....] 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)

Hellen - "Reported ancestor of the Aeolians, Dorians, Achaeans, and Ionians. A man who had two sons named Aeolus and Dorus, and a third son, Xuthus, who had twin sons named Ion and Achaeus. (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: aren ['sheep, lamb']; arrhen ['male'] (Greek)."

haelan - "Definitions: holy (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: helian, heilen; aeling ['burning'] (Anglo-Saxon); eilean ['island'] (Gaelic), ailen." See: Eilenach @
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

arrain - "Definitions: fish." (Gilbertese) aranya - "Definitions: relating to the forest." (Sanskrit)

hiranya - "Definitions: 'resplendent,' 'shining'. (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D. Vol. I [1999 edition], p. 360). Other definitions include: golden. Associated spellings/ words Haima."

arnion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'lambs' [John 21:15], [Revelation 5:6, etc.]. Other definitions include: lamb. Associated spellings/words: aren."

Hiranyagarbha - "In Hindu mythology, the golden egg from which the world came."

Hiranypura - "Reportedly, the name for the ancient city in the Motherland [Mu; Lemuria] from which the Nagas sailed."

alanui - "Definitions: street, road." (Hawaiian)

aernan - "Definitions: to run, flow." (Anglo-Saxon) haranam - "Definitions: taking." (Sanskrit)

arneomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'deny' [Matthew 10:33]. Other definitions include: denied, denieth, denying, refused. Associated spellings/ words: arnhomai; aparneomai ['deny, renounce, disown']."

elanor - "Definitions: sun star. Name given to the daughter of Samwise Gamgee."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

Arnold - "Definitions: eagle power (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: arn ['eagle'] + wald ['power']."

ALONG - "Definitions: on or near in a lengthwise direction. Associated spellings/words: andlang; alanui ['street, road'] (Hawaiian)."

ARRANGE - "Definitions: put in order. Associated spellings/words: ad + rangier."

Arhant - "Definitions: the worthy (Pali). Associated spellings/words: Arhan."

aerende - "Definitions: message (Old English). Associated spellings/words: arrain ['fish'] (Gilbertese)."

arnava - "Definitions: billowing, foaming." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

elende - "Q; see êl, elen star [appx], from EL- star [Etym], and extended to ÉLED- 'Star- folk'; see also LED- go, travel, Q lende went [Etym; in a recently published addenda to Etym, there is another stem LED- way (no forms given except lembas |see LOTR|)]; a name of 'Elvenhome' in the West; the name is interpreted as 'where Elves walked under the stars of the West' (Based on: The Silmarillion Dictionary)
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/SILM/SILM_CE.html

Elendil - "Q; see êl, elen star [appx; by extension 'Elf' (see Elendë above)]; see also -(n)dil [appx], from NIL-, NDIL- friend [Etym; -(n)dil means an emotional commitment ('lover of'), while -(n)dur means more of a professional detachment ('devoted to')]; 'Elf-friend' or 'Star-lover'; escaped the Drowning of Númenor and founded the Edain realms in Middle-earth."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/SILM/SILM_CE.html

alm - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'ever' [Daniel 2:20]; 'everlasting' [Psalm 145:13]. Associated spellings/words: 'alam."

alm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'forever' [Genesis 3:22]. Associated spellings/words: 'owlam."

hlm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'here' [Genesis 16:13]. Other definitions include: hither. Associated spellings/words: halom."

ARM - "Definitions: upper limb of the body; regional anatomical term refering to the portion of the upper limb between the shoulder and elbow. Associated spellings/words: earm, armr, arms, armus ['shoulder'] (Latin); irma ['arm, etc.'] (Sanskrit)."

chrm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word words 'destroyed' [Deuteronomy 3:6], destroying. Associated spellings/words: charam."

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

alam - "Definitions: place; nature; world; universe; experience (Malay). Associated spellings/ words: Alom ['The Engenderer, a triune aspect of the creator'] (Popol Vuh)."

Elam - "Definitions: an order or cycle of events; a son of Shem. Associated spellings/words: Oulam (Hebrew); Aeon (Greek)."

aylm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Elim' [Exodus 15:27, 16:1]; [Numbers 33:9, 10]. Associated spellings/words: 'Eylim."

HARM - "Definitions: grief, sorrow. Associated spellings/words: alarm ['to arms, call to arms; suprise attack; state of suprise with fear']. Associated spellings/words: harma ['chariot'] (Greek)."

HELM - "Definitions: handle; rudder stick."

alam - "Definitions: enough." (Sanskrit)

haram - "Definitions: to set aside solely [for God], devote, devotion. Associated spellings/ words: charam." (Hebrew)

haram - "Definitions: that which is prohibited, sacred place, santuary, ect. (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: haraam ['[adj] unlawful, forbidden'] (Arabic)."

helma - "Definitions: head." (Old English)

almah - "Definitions: young woman" (Hebrew)

arama - "Definitions: pleasure garden; large monastery (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: aramah ['pleasure; pleasure-grove, woodland'] (Sanskrit)

hermae - "In ancient Greece, squared pillars of stone, narrower at the base than at the top, surmounted by a head of Hermes [or some other diety] and with a phallus on the shaft of the column. Associated spellings/words: herm, herms."

Hermes - "Definitions attributed to Hermes include: god of magic, letters, medicine, and occult wisdom; son of Zeus and Maia; Psychopomp; Conductor of Souls. Other words and spellings associated with Hermes include: Hermod (Norse); Mercury (Roman); Thoth (Egyptian)." Greek Mythology)

almym - "Transliterated spelling for the word/words 'everlasting' [Psalm 145:13]. Associated spellings/words: alamyim."

hrhmos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: wilderness [Mark 1:3]. Associated spellings/words: eremos."

halmuni - "Definitions: grandmother." (Korean) Harmonia - "Mythologized as an ancient queen of Boeotia, married to Cadmus. Euripides says 'the nine Piereian Muses ... gave birth to fair-haired Harmonia' [Medea, line 825]."

harmonia - "Definitions: joint, agreement, concord (Greek). Associated spellings/words: harmo, - harmos ['joint'], harmozein ['fit together'], harmony ['music XIV; (mus.) comb- ination of notes to make chords; agreement, accord XVI.']." (Greek) Hermod - "Swift messenger of the gods who welcomed the heros to Valhalla. The son of Odin and Frigg." (Norse mythology)

alms - "Definitions: charitable gift. Associated spellings/words: aelmesse, alms, alamosna, almosen, olmusa, eleemon ['compassionate'], eleos ['mercy']."

Armin - "Definitions: strong." (Teutonic) Armenia - "The first established Christian state."

Armnhrym - "Transliterated Hebrew word used in the place of 'Mesopotamia' [Genesis 24:10]. Associated spellings/words: Aram-naharaim."

al manak - "Definitions: the calander; the weather (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: almanac."

ELEMENT - "One of the four constituents of the universe [earth, water, air, fire]; constituent portion."

elements - "Elemental sounds were divided into four catagories: Va [water], Ra [fire], La [earth]; and Ya [air]." (Hindu Mythology / Sanskrit)

Aramaic - "The language of Semitic peoples throughout the ancient Near East. It was the language of the Assyrians, Chaldeans, Hebrews and Syrians. Aram and Israel had a common ancestry and the Hebrew patriarchs who were of Aramaic origin maintained ties of marriage with the tribes of Aram. The Hebrew patriarchs preserved their Aramaic names and spoke in Aramaic. The term Aramaic is derived from Aram, fifth son of Shem, the firstborn of Noah. See Genesis 10:22. The descendants of aram dwelt in the fertile valley, Padan-aram also known as Nahreen." Armaghdon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Armageddon' [Revelations 16:16]. Other definitions include: the hill or city of Megiddo. Associated spellings/ words: armageddon; har ['hill, mountain'] + megiddon ['place of crowds'](Hebrew)."

arambhah - "Definitions: beginning, undertaking." (Sanskrit)

Aramaiti - "Definitions: Iranian Earth-goddess, ancestress of the Aramaeans, whose language was the original language of the Gospels; protectress of the earth and of women. Her consort is Khshathra Vairyu [Desirable kingdom, Lord of the Sky."

Ilmater - "Definitions attributed to Ilmater include: The Finnish creator goddess who in the beginning of time floated on an empty ocean. Other words or spellings associated with Ilmater include: Alma Mater ['bounteous mother, a name given to Roman goddesses']." (Finnish Mythology)

Armathr - "Mother of Prosperity, the Goddess incarnate in a sacred stone revered by Icelandic Chieftains."

Ilmater - "The Finnish creator goddess who in the beginning of time floated on an empty ocean."

Alma Mater - "Bounteous mother, a name given to Roman goddesses."

arr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'cursed' [Genesis 3:14, 17; 4:11; 5:29; 9:25, etc.], [Malachi 3:9]. Other definitions include: curse. Associated spell- ings/words: arar; marh ['curse']."

hrr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mountains' [Numbers 23:7]. Reported- ly, the original word [only in this passage] is tsrym [surim]. Associated spellings/ words: harar."

hll - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'commended' [Genesis 12:15]; 'to praise' [Psalm 145:2]. Other definitions include: to boast, to shine. Associated spellings/words: halal."

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

arar - "Definitions: to go up, to rise up, to ascend; to bring to an end, to finish, to repair, to make good, to complete, fulfill, to agree to a proposition, to fall in with." (Egyptian) alal - "Definitions: deeds, actions, doings, works, acts (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: alylh (1 Samuel 2:3)."

harel - "Definitions: to yak and talk too much nonsense." (Hungarian)

halal - "Definitions: defilement, pollution. Associated spellings/words: chalal; hanep, chanep."

arlh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'foreskin' [Genesis 17:11]. Associated spellings/words: orlah."

halahala - "Definitions: poison churned up from the Milk Ocean, consumed by Siva in order to save the world." (Hindu Mythology) haerere - "Definitions: to stick." (Latin) Arlene - "Definitions: pledge." (Gaelic)

al alyvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'God Most High' [Genesis 14:18, 19, 22], [Psalm 78:35]. Associated spellings/words: El Elyon."
*Links: http://biblelexicon.org/genesis/14-18.htm
http://www.hebrewoldtestament.com/B01C014.htm
http://www.hebrewoldtestament.com/B19C078.htm

Alalu - "A god mentioned in a Hittite text who ruled in heaven for nine years. Reportedly, he was deposed 'down to the dark earth' by his son Anu. Another report says that Alalu was king of the gods, and that Anu [the Mesopotamian god of heaven] rebelled against him and seized the kingship."

Arallu - "Definitions attributed to Arallu include: the realm of the dead." (Sumerian / Babylonian Mythology)

allelouia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Alleluia' [Revelation 19:1, 19:3-4, & 19:6]; the Greek form of the Hebrew Hallelujah [Praise ye Jehovah] which begins or ends several of the psalms. Associated spellings/words; alleluia; ['praise God'] (Hebrew); houloi; ululatus; hulluloo."

Erelas - "Definitions: Green vigil." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

Elrond - "Definitions: 'vault of heaven'." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

ALARM - "all arms, to arms, call to arms; suprise attack; state of suprise with fear"

Erlik - "The spirit of evil and lord of the Dead in Siberian and Lapp mythology. Associated spellings/words: orlach ['inch'] (Gaelic)."

Alaric - "Ruler of all, or noble ruler; a king of the Visigoths who sacked Rome in the 5th century." (Teutonic)

aerlice - "Definitions: early?." (Old English)

Arrt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Ararat' [Genesis 8:4]; reportedly a region or nation within which there was a mountain range on which the ark came to rest. Associated spellings/words: Urartu; Armenia. See: achryt." HERALD - "Definitions: envoy, forerunner."

erhalten - "Definitions: receive." (German)

arq - "Definitions: to complete, to conclude, to finish, to make an end of, to obstain; to tie up, to wrap up, to cover over, to put on a garment, to bind round, girdle, tie, bandlet." (Egyptian)

ark - "Definitions: a chest or box for preserving sacred things." (Egyptian)

ark - "Thousands of years before the Bible was written, an ark was reportedly built by Sumerian Ziusudra. In Akkad, the flood hero's name was Atrakhasis. In Babylon he was Uta-Napishtim. In Greece he was Deucalion."

ark - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'length' [Genesis 6:15, 13:17]. Associated spellings/words: 'orek."

ark - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'joined' [Genesis 14:8]; 'order' [Genesis 22:9, etc.], [Exodus 27:29, 40:4, etc.]; 'direct' [Psalm 5:3]. Associated spellings/words: arak."

ark - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'slow' [Psalm 145:8]. Associated spellings/words: arek."

hrg - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'slew' & 'slay,' [Genesis 20;4]; 'slain' [Genesis 4:8, 14, 15, 23]; 'kill' [Genesis 12:12]. Associated spellings/words: harag."

ARC - "Definitions: part of a circle. Associated spellings/words: arcus ['bow, arch']."

hlk - "Definitions: to walk, path (Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: halakah, halakh, alaku."

hlk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'walking' [Genesis 3:8]; 'continually' [Genesis 8:5]. Associated spellings/words: halak; tsad ['walk'] (Old Hebrew); arch ['way'] (Old Hebrew)."

Erik - "Definitions: honor of the king (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: waer ['faith, pledge'] (Old English); arach ['bail, contract'] (Early Irish); eirich ['rise, hill'] (Gaelic)." See: Erech @
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

arch - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'manner' [Genesis 18:11]; 'path [Genesis 49:17]; 'highways' [Judges 5:6]; 'paths' [Psalm 8:8], [Job 6:18, 8:13, 13:27]; 'troops' [Job 6:19]; 'puttest' [Job 13:27]; 'way' [Job 16:22, 19:8, 22:15], [Proverbs 3:6]. Other definitions include: traveller. Associated spellings/words: 'orach; drk, derek [way, path, road'] (Late Hebrew)." chlq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'portion' [Genesis 14:22]; 'inheritance' [Psalm 16:5]; 'flattering' [Psalm 7:21]. Other definitions include: part, reward. Associated spellings/words: cheleq, heleq." HARK - "Definitions: give ear, listen; retrace steps." arxh - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'beginning' [John 1:1]. Associated spellings/words: arche." ARCH /r - "Definitions: rule; curved structure. Associated spellings/words: arkhos ['chief, ruler'], arktos ['bear, the great bear, north'], arkhe, arche ['rule'] (Greek)."

alakh - "Definitions: 'sightless'." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alakh_Niranjan

hearg - "Definitions: temple, sanctuary (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: haerg (Old English), harrow." See: Dunharrow @ *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

arka - "Definitions: song of praise, eulogy." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

arche - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'beginning' [Matthew 19:4], [John 1:1]; 'magistrates' [Luke 12:11]; 'power' [Luke 20:20]; 'corners' [Acts 10:11; 11:5]; 'first' [Acts 26:4], [Hebrews 2:3; 5:12]; 'principalities' [Romans 8:38]; 'rule' [1 Corinthians 15:24]; 'first estate' [Jude 1:6]. Other definitions include: source, authority. Related spellings/words: archh; archon."

Alakh - "Definitions: invisible. (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Alakh Lok ['sixth spiritual region, sixth plane']."

ALLEGE - "Definitions: declare before a tribunal; cite, advance as a reason; assert without proof. Associated spellings/words: ex + lis, lit ['lawsuit'] (Latin)."

earrach - "Definitions: spring." (Gaelic) argha - "Definitions: great ship." (Hindu)

araka - "Definitions: remote." (Hindu)

halka - "Definitions: magic circle (Sufi). Associated spellings/words: halka ['chakra'] (Arabic)

halga - "Definitions: holy."

halakhah - "Definitions: conduct, law." (Hebrew) arqi - "Definitions: the end of a period, the last day of the month." (Egyptian)

algia - "Definitions: pain." (Greek)

Alexia - "Definitions: helper; defender. Associated spellings/words: alexios (Greek)."

harki-el - "Earth-Spirit (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Herk-e ['earth-goddess'] (Anglo-Saxon); Hark-e ['earth-goddess'] (German)."

arqu - "Definitions: an educated man, a wise man, an adept." (Egyptian)

arkeo - "Definitions: to be enough, to be sufficient. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: arkho; autarkeia."

argeo - "Definitions: be idle, linger (Greek). Associated spellings/words: argos; archo ['lead, rule'] (Greek)."

ARGUE - "Definitions: make clear, prove, give reasons for or against something. Associated spellings/words: arguer, arguere."

Archeus - "Definitions: the Soul of the World." (H. P. Blavatsky - T.S.D., Vol. 2, p. 35)

herkos - "Definitions: enclosure." (Greek)

archaios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words '(of) old time' [Matthew 5:21]. Other definitions include: long ago, old, ancient."

ergon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'works' [Galatians 5:19]. Other definitions: doings, deeds, acts, actions. Related words: ergazomai. (Greek). Trivia: 10,000,000 ergs equal one joule."

argon - "Definitions: one of the inert or noble gasses that seldom if ever will bond with other elements. Associated spellings/words: a ['no'] + ergon ['work'] (Greek)."

erchomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'came' [John 1:7]."

Algol - "Definitions: the ghoul, the demon; Demon Star; Arabic name for the second brightest star in the constellation Perseus, so-called for its variable nature. The star is not really variable, however, but is an eclipsing binary. Every few days the dimmer star eclipses the brighter and the light reaching us is cut down."

arq ur - "Definitions: silver (Egyptian?). Associated spellings/words: argyros (Greek)."

al koh'l - "Definitions: the finely divided, an Arabic term for the finely divided powder used in darkening the eyelashes." argurion - "Definitions: silver, silver coinage. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: argyr- ion, argyros."

al-kuds - "Arabic name for Jerusalem."

argupneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'watch' [Mark 13:33]. Associated spellings/words: agrupnho."

ARCANE - "Definitions: mysterious or secret; hidden; a dark or crescent phase of the moon. Associated spellings/words: arcanus ['hidden, secret'], arkhaios ['ancient']; arca ['chest']."

Arachne - "Definitions: Spider, or Spinner, title and totem of Athene the Fate-weaver."

Alakh Niranjan - "[....] Gorakhnath actually organised and assimilated most Yogis of the Hatha Yoga and Tantra Cult into the enormous Nath tradition. The city of Gorakhpur in North India is named after the legendary Yogi. 'Alakh Niranjan' became a very popular name for God all over India during and after Gorakhnath's time. Later first Sikh Guru, Nanak used this holy name to denote God. [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alakh_Niranjan]

Arikh Anpin - "The Hebrew name of the Macroprosopus is Arikh Anpin, which translates into 'The Long Face' or 'The Greater Countenance.' Some Kabbalists feel that the term more accurately translates into 'The Long Suffering.'[....]" [Based on: Kabbalah (Original Copyright 1973), Charles Ponce, Second Quest edition, 1980, p. 113]

Alexander - "Definitions: man defender. Associated spellings/words: Alexandros; alektor ['to ward off']." (Greek)

alchemy - "Definitions: a kind of chemistry. Associated spellings/words: matter of Egypt, Alchemeia."

elkar - "Definitions: each other." (Basque) Algar - "Definitions: elf spear (Old English). Associated spellings/words: aelf ['elf'] + gar ['spear']."

Hercle - "Definitions: son of Uni & Tin." (Etruscan Mythology) Arkell - "Definitions: eagle helmet." (Old Norse)

Aracelis - "Definitions: altar of the sky (Latin). Associated spellings/words: ara ['alter'] + celi ['sky']."

Herakles - "Definitions: Glory of Hera; the son of Zeus and a mortal woman; legendary Greek hero who's Twelve Labors reportedly symbolized the sun's passage through the twelve houses of the Zodiac. Mythology: Herakles was born because Zeus lusted after a beautiful mortal woman. Zeus disguised himself as the married woman's husband in order to have her. The result was Herakles. After Herakles' birth, Hera, the sister and wife of Zeus, pursued him for the majority of his life. She sent serpents after him, but Herakles strangled them both. Hera's persistent threats caused Herakles to throw a number of fits during his life, but in the end he was granted immortality and was taken up by his father [Zeus] to live on Mount Olympus. Other words or spellings associated with Herakles include: Heracles; Hercules." (Greek Mythology)

Alakh Lok - "Definitions: Invisible (alakh) Region(lok); the sixth spiritual region, Alakh Purush is the supreme being presiding over Alakh Lok [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456]." (Sanskrit)

ALLEGORY - "Definitions: 'about something else'. Associated spellings/words: allos ['something else'] + agoria ['a discourse']."

Aragorn - "Definitions: Royal Zeal." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07] alcalde - "Definitions: mayor of a village." (Spanish)

ARCHAIC - "Definitions: belonging to earlier times. Associated spellings/words: arche ['beginning'] (Greek)."

archegos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'prince' [Acts 3:15]; 'captain' [Hebrews 2:10]; 'author' [Hebrews 12:2]. Associated spellings/words: archhgos."

hrgb - "Definitions: The 'father of the eagles' mentioned in the Ugarit Hero Epic, Aqhat."

alcab - "Definitions: run (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: alca."

arktos - "Definitions: bear." (Greek)

arcturus - "Definitions: bear guard; name for a bright gleaming star near Ursa Major [Big Dipper] (Greek). Associated spellings/words: arktos ['bear'] + ouros ['guard']."

Electra - "Definitions: amber; one of the Seven Sisters; virgin mother of Dardanus, founder of Troy. Associated spellings/words: elektron ['amber'] (Greek)." electrolysis - "Definitions: a loosing by electricity."

ELECTRIC - "Definitions: relating to or run by electricity."

Archibald - "Definitions: genuinely bold (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: ercan ['genuine'] + bald ['bold']."

ARCHITECT - "Definitions: building designer. Associated spellings/words: arkhitekton, archi + tekton ['builder']."

erkpakpok - "Definitions: blooms [flower, etc.]." (Eskimo)

arf - "Definitions: to grasp, to enclose, to collect, to twine, to weave." (Egyptian)

elf - "Definitions: eleven." (German)

alp - "Definitions: learning." (Hebrew)

arb - "Definitions: fume, flame, a burning." (Egyptian)

arb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'evening' [Genesis 1:5]; 'Arabia' [1 Kings 10:15]; 'mingled' [Jeremiah 25:20, 24, 50:37], [Ezekiel 30:5]. Associated spellings/words: ereb [ayin + resh + beth]." arb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'raven' [Genesis 8:7]. Associated spellings/words: 'oreb [ayin + resh + beth]." arb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'windows' [Genesis 8:2]. Associated spellings/words: 'arubbah; arbt."

arb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'surety' [Genesis 43:9]; 'undertake' [Isaiah 38:14]. Other definitions include: to become surety; to pledge; aid; mingled; mortgaged; meddle; occupy. Associated spellings/words: 'arab; ayin + resh + beth."

alt - "Definitions: old." (German)

art - "Definitions: skin, skin-role; goat, gazelle, ibex, ram, any horned animal; fire, flame." (Egyptian)

art - "Definitions: stone (Irish). Associated spellings/words: artos."

ART - "Branch of learning. Trivia: reportedly, 'Classical scholars know about the orientalising periods in Greek art; and near eastern specialists are familar with Minoan, Mycenaean, Hellinistic and still later Greek influence in Western Asia and Egypt. The interconnect- ions antedate not only the earliest Hebrew and Greek writings, but also the earliest texts of Sumer and Egypt.' Associated spellings/words: ars; arto ['to press together, reduce, adridged'] (Latin); erta ['look-out tower'] (Italian)."

ard - "Definitions: high." (Gaelic) ard - "Definitions: good blessings, rewards." (Persian)

arz - "Definitions: land, region, earth." (Arabic)

elep - "Definitions: clan." (Hebrew)

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."

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

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

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."

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

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."

arab - "Definitions: a pastoral nomad." (Arabic)

ereb - "Definitions: evening, sunset, west." (Hebrew)

HELP - "Definitions: give help."

HALF - "Definitions: one of two equal sides. Associated spellings/words: halba (Old High German)."

HERB - "Definitions: grass, green plants. Associated spellings/words: herba ['grass'] (Latin)."

ereb - "Definitions: evening, sunset, west." (Hebrew)

arab - "Definitions: a pastoral nomad." (Arabic)

arad - "Definitions: slave (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: wardu ['slave'] (Akkadian)."

eard - "Definitions: estate." (Anglo-Saxon).

HERD - "Definitions: company of animals."

arat - "Definitions: steps, stairs, staircase." (Egyptian)

arat - "Definitions: far, from afar, far from; immediately, at once." (Sanskrit)

alth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dark' [Genesis 15:17]; 'twilight' [Ezekiel 12:6, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: alatah."

Halt - "Definitions: lame, temporary stoppage on a march." (German)

arts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'earth' [Genesis 1:1]; 'country' & 'land' [Genesis 12:1, 19:28], [Jonah 1:8]. Associated spellings/words: erets."

arts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dread' [Deuteronomy 1:29]; 'fear' [Isaiah 29:23]; 'break' [Job 13:25]; 'shake terribly' [Isaiah 2:19, 21]; 'prevail' [Isaiah 47:12]. Other definitions include: terror, terrified, afraid. Associated spellings/words: 'arats: ayin + resh + tzaddi."

heard - "Definitions: bold." (Anglo-Saxon)

heald - "Definitions: keeping, guard." (Anglo-Saxon)

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

harap - "Definitions: insult. Associated spellings/words: charap." (Hebrew)

Arhat - "Definitions: worthy one; first cultivation level or attainment status that grants freedom from the cycle of death and rebirth (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Arahat (Pali); lohan (Chinese); Rakan (Japanese); Kurnai."

halaf - "Definitions: succeed, follow after." (Mesha Inscription)

helve - "Definitions: handle of a weapon or tool." (Old English)

HORDE - "Definitions: great troop."

HOARD - "Definitions: treasure, secret place."

HEART - "Definitions: center of body functions. Associated spellings/words: hrd (Sanskrit)."

earth - "One of the eight symbols of Fo Hi (about 2800 B.C.), showing a series of three short parallel broken lines. Associated spellings/words: kun ['earth'] (Chinese)."

alpa - "Definitions: small." (Sanskrit)

arba - "Definitions: four (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: arbah, raba ['to square, be squared']."

arba - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Kirjatharba' [Genesis 23:2]. Reportedly the same as Hebron [Chbrvn], Kirjatharba was the place where Abraham's wife Sarah died. Associated spellings/words: Qiryath."

Arba - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Arba' [Joshua 15:13; 21:11]. Associ- ated spellings/words: 'Arba."

arbh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'windows' [Genesis 7:11, etc.]; 'chimney' [Hosea 13:3]. Associated spellings/words: 'arubbah."

Alba - "In the 1st century, mainland Britain [England, Wales and Scotland] was generally known as Albion. The Irish called it

Alba - a name which was later restricted to the Scottish North after the Irish Scots had settled in the Western Highlands of Dalriada. By the 900s Alba had been adapted to Albany, and the alternative name, Scotland [or Scotia], emerged about a century later." [Laurence Gardner, Bloodline Of The Holy Grail]

Erda [OE] - "Definitions: Mother Earth; the 36th Rune. Associated spellings/words: Arath; eretz ['earth'] (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: ard ['high'] (Gaelic)."

Erda - "[....] We must recognize that in the things that he does Wotan is somewhat guided and assisted by the great goddess, Erda. Erda is normally believed to be the goddess of the earth. She is not really the earth goddess at all. She is a form of the Cow-mother that licked Wotan from the ice. Erda is the great mother od mysteries, in the Near East called Diana, the great goddess of the Ephesians. She is the secret tradition, the divine wisdom of the world. She is the wisdom of space abiding in divine mind. She is almost the thought for which Wotan is the thinker. [....]" [Based on: Horizon Magazine, Fall 1945, Vol. 5, No. 2 (The Ring of the Nibelung), Manly P. Hall]

alde - "Definitions: part (Basque). Associated spellings/words: ['The spirit of nature'] (Lapp); haltia ['protecting spirit'] (Finnish); hallita ['to rule over'] (Gothic)."

Arta - "Definitions attributed to Arta include: order; truth; harmony. Other words or spellings associated with Arta include: Asha (Persian); Rita (Vedic)."

arta - "Definitions: afflicted, oppressed." (Sanskrit)

Aleph [A] - "Glyphs believed to represent Aleph [alp] include: the head and horns of an ox. Reported meanings for Aleph include: ox; cattle; father; divine breath; self- sufficiency; the One Omnipotent God; the 1st [1st Mother] letter in the Hebrew alphabet; the 8th ['God made the firmament'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: aleph, eleph, alpu, alp."

Alpha [A] - "Definitions: first letter in the Greek alphabet. Reported meanings for A include: ox, bull. Associated spellings/words: al-paa-ha ['heavily break the waters'] (Mayan)."

chrph - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'reproach' [Genesis 30:23]. Other definitions include: to blame, scorn, disgrace. Associated spellings/words: cherpah."

chrbh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dry' [Genesis 7:22]. Associated spellings/words: kharabah, charabah."

arata - "Definitions: an upper chamber (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: ar ['to ascend"]."

artha - "Definitions: object, wealth, property, riches, abundance, success." (Sanskrit)

artha - "Definitions: matter, business; object, purpose, point, aim, interests; meaning, sense; wealth, property." (Sanskrit)

a+rabh - "Definitions: undertake, begin, start (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: arabhate."

ardhah - "Definitions: half (portion)." (Sanskrit)

heorte - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'feast' [Matthew 26:5], [John 7:37]; 'holyday' [Colossians 2:16]. Other definitions include: holiday. Associated spellings/words: eorte; eortazw, heortazo ['feast, festival']."

Aratty - "Definitions: bathing ceremony." (Hindu?)

hrdaya - "Definitions: heart; core of something." (Hindu)

haltia - "Definitions: protecting spirit." (Finnish)

aletheia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'truth' [Matthew 22:16], [John 1:14]. Associated spellings/words: alhthhia; alethinos ['true']."

haraiti - "Definitions: a mountain (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: haraithyo."

harafiah - "Definitions: literal." (Malay)

Harpies - "Definitions: wind goddesses; female deathspirits from Mount Dicte, home of the Ctetan Goddess, embodied in carrion birds (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/ words: harpage ['plunder, spoil'] (Greek)."

Albion - "In the 1st century, mainland Britain [England, Wales and Scotland] was generally known as Albion. The Irish called it

Alba - a name which was later restricted to the Scottish North after theI Irish Scots had settled in the Western Highlands of Dalriada. By the 900s Alba had been adapted to Albany, and the alternative name, Scotland [or Scotia], emerged about a century later." [Laurence Gardner, Bloodline Of The Holy Grail]

hladini - "Definitions: enjoyment (Hindu)."

alethinos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'true' [Luke 6:11]. Other definitions include: sincerity. Associated spellings/words: alhthinos; aletheia ['truth']."

Albytal - "Hebrew spelling for the word 'El-beth-el' [Genesis 35:7]."

albo - "Definitions: white (Spanish, Portuguese). Associated spellings/words: alp, arduus ['high, steep, difficult']."

Aldo - "Definitions: noble." (Teutonic)

erduo - "Definitions: ear." (Chinese)

erado - "Definitions: 'scratch out' (Latin). Associated spellings/words: erase."

aleipho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'annoint' [Matthew 6:17]. Other definitions include: anointed, anointing. Associated spellings/words: alhipo."

Alphaeus - "Thaddeus, James and Matthew [Levi] are all described as 'sons of Alphaeus', but they were not all brothers. As elsewhere, the word 'son' is used to denote a deputy position. The style 'of Alphaeus' did not imply relation to a person or a place, for it meant, quite simply, 'of the Succession'."

Erebos - "Definitions attributed to Erebos include: Greco-Roman name for the underworld, land of death, described in Orphic mystery-religion as the Abysmal Whomb. Like other ancient concepts of Hell, it was a a place of regeneration." arduus - "Definitions: high, steep, difficult." ALBUM - "Definitions: white, or blank book. Associated spellings/words: *albus ['white', 'blank'] (Latin)."

arts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'earth' [Genesis 1:1]; 'country' & 'land' [Genesis 12:1, 19:28], [Jonah 1:8]. Associated spellings/words: erets."

alpes - "Definitions: white (Latin). Associated spellings/words: alpes, alpeis (Greek)."

ELAPSE - "Definitions: slip by. Associated spellings/words: elaps, elabi ['slip away']."

heortazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'feast' [1 Corinthians 5:8]. Other definitions include: festival. Associated spellings/words: eortazw; eorte, heorte ['holiday']."

elleipsis - "Definitions: defect (Greek). Associated spellings/words: ellipse ['the shadow of a tilted circle']."

Alton - "Definitions: river-source town." (Old English)

Arden - "Definitions: eager." (Latin) erabon - "Definitions: pending payment, security (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: arrabon, rbn."

halten - "Definitions: hold." (German)

arrabon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'earnest' [2 Corinthians 1:22; 5:5], [Ephesians 1:14]. Other definitions include: deposit. Associated spellings/ words: arrabwn."

Aladdin - "Definitions: Old Man of the Mountain. The password to his cave was: Open Sesame (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: seshemu ['sexual intercourse'] (Egyptian)."

Alfonso - "Definitions: noble ready (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: adal ['noble'] or hild ['battle'] + funs ['ready']."

chrthm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'magicians' [Exodus 8:19]; [Daniel 2:2]. Associated spellings/words: chartom, harthm

ULTIMA - "Definitions: a common Latin root word meaning: last. Associated spellings/words: ultimus, ultimare."

artemes - "Definitions: perfect." (Greek)

Artemis - "Definitions: Amazonian Moon-goddess, worshipped at Ephesus under the Latin name of Diana or Goddess-Anna. In Sparta her name was given as Artamis, Cutter, Butcher. *Trivia: 'The Greek goddess corresponding to Asherah was Artemis, the twin sister of the sun-god Apollo.' " *Links: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

arpl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'darkness' [Deuteronomy 4:11]: 'unto the midst of heaven, with darkness [arpl], clouds [ann], and thick darkness [chsk]', [Isaiah 60:2]: 'and gross darkness [arpl]', [Joel 2:2]: 'and of thick darkness [arpl]', [2 Samuel 22:10], [Zephaniah 1:15]: 'and thick darkness [arpl]', [1 Kings 8:12], [2 Chronicles 6:1], [Job 38:9], [Psalm 18:9], [1 Kings 8:12]; 'dark' [Job 22:13]. Associated spellings/words: araphel."

Alfar - "Definitions: elves; magical creatures associated with woods and the dead, especially burial mounds." (Norse Mythology)

Eldar - "Definitions: People of the stars, or Elves of Aman. Associated spellings/words: haerg (Old English), harrow." See: Dunharrow @ *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

ALTER - "Definitions: other; make different. Associated spellings/words: altar, altari, altaria ['burnt offerings']; ardere ['burn']; adolere ['burn in sacrifice']; weofod ['idol table']."

ULTRA /p - "Definitions: beyond, exceeding, ulterior." ardere - "Definitions: to burn." (Latin)

Arthur - "Definitions: King Arthur was the Welsh Arth Vawr, Heavenly Bear. His predecessor was Uther Pendragon, Wonderful Head of the Dragon."

arbour - "Definitions: plot of grass; flower garden; bower; tree [arbor] (Latin). Associated spellings/words: erber, erbier, harber, harbour, arbor ['tree']; altus ['high']."

HARBOUR - "Definitions: shelter, lodging."

harethra - "Definitions: nourishment, food, support (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: harethrem."

arteria - "Definitions: windpipe, a vessel in which air is kept. Associated spellings/words: aer ['air'] + terein ['to keep'] (Greek)."

Artharva-Veda - "One of the four Hindu Vedas." (Sanskrit)

arthron - "Definitions: joint." (Greek)

eltern - "Definitions: parents." (German)

Arathorn - "Definitions: Royal Eagle." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

erfahrung - "Definitions: literally 'a crossing'; experience (German)."
*Link: http://www.crvp.org/book/Series03/III-17/chapter_i.htm - [T.D. - 04/25/09]

Alabarch - "In essence [although politically applied to magistrates responsible for justice among the Jews], the term 'Alabarch' indicated a community headman [a chief]. Associated spellings/words: Avallach, Abalech, Arabach, Amalach."

Alberich - "Definitions: King of the underworld in Teutonic myth; king of the dwarfs (Teutonic Legend). Associated spellings/words: Oberon."

Alberich - "[....] Alberich is the natural principle of matter. He is of the same significance as Hades, God of the Underworld. [....] People in the Near East would know him as one of the Caberi, the seven little gnomes who with knives gouged the world out of space. In substance and in essence, he is nothing more nor less than the principle of matter demanding its place in the plan of things. He is the law of the body ever in conflict with our will and purpose. [....] He is matter absorbing or steal- ing the ray of light, darkness swallowing up light, obscuring it. He is opacity, the circumference of being. He is one of the beings that was fashioned out of the teeth of Ymir, the Frost King, in the very dawn of things. In other words, he is of the circumference of the universe, the dark part. He is one of what are called in the older Eddas the Dark Elves, or the Spirits of Darkness; but he is aso the beginning of the experiment of form. He is a monument of the innumerable mistakes that must naturally exist in the effort to lift up form to the point of intell- igence. [....] The first thing that he forms is the Ring. [....] So Alberich is the little creator, and he has stolen away the world principle, he has captured the world thought in the net of matter. [....] The first thing he makes is the Ring, and the Ring is the world consciousness. [....]The second thing that Alber- ich orders to be formed is the Tarnhelm, a metal network worn on the head; it is the symbol of the world mind." [Based on: Horizon Magazine, Fall 1945, Vol. 5, No. 2 (The Ring of the Nibelung), Manly P. Hall]

Alfred - "A common name believed to mean: elf counsel, or all peace." (Old English)

Albert - "Definitions: noble bright (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: adal ['noble'] + beraht ['bright']."

Elbereth - "Definitions: Star queen; name of Varda, Queen of the Valar."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

artic - "Definitions: the region where the bear [arktos] is overhead (Greek). Associated spellings/words: antarctic ['opposite the artic']."

Ardat Lili - "Definitions: The maid of desolation, who originally lived in the garden of Innana." (Babylonian Tradition)

ELABORATE - "Definitions: produced by labor, planned in detail. Associated spellings/words: e + labor."

earthquake - "One of the eight symbols of Fo Hi (about 2800 B.C.), showing a series of three short parallel horizontal lines, where the top two are broken. Associated spellings/words: zhen ['thunder'] (Chinese)."

Arpad - "Definitions: seed." (Hungarian)

al-Dhat - "Definitions: a grammatically feminine word believed to mean: the divine and inscrutable essence of God." (Arabic)

Albytal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'El-beth-el' [Genesis 35:7]."

ARBITRARY - "Definitions: selected at random."

ALPHABET - "Definitions: ordered set of letters of a language."

ek - "Definitions: levee, embankment, dike [a, e, 'water', + ig, 'door']; verb: to water, to speak, say; demonstrative pronoun: this one; in the immediate vicinity; prep: locative/ terminitive suffix - in; toward (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: eg, ig."

ek - "Definitions: one (Hindi). Associated spellings/words: ak; eka ['one'] (Sanskrit); achd ['one'] (Hebrew)."

ek - "Definitions: black (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Akbal ['Whomb, abyss, dark, night, black, cave, house, 3rd Mayan day name']; Aciel ['Black sun of the Chaldean underworld; the god of darkness at the bottom of the sevenfold pit, exactly mirroring the gods of light at the top of the seventh heaven.']."

ac - "Definitions: entered (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: ahci ['arrive']."

Ac [A] - "Definitions: oak; acorn; potential growth; cosmic egg; the 25th Rune; the 1st rune of the 4th aett (Runic)."

AC - "Definitions: a form of the prefix AD, meaning to, toward, before c and q."

ak - "Definitions: of (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: ag."

ak - "Definitions: surely." (Old Hebrew)

EX /p - "Definitions: a common English prefix meaning: out, from. Associated spellings/words: ex [e] ['out of, from within, from; on account of'] (Latin)."

EC /p - "Definitions: out. Associated spellings/words: ek ['on behalf of, in favor of, out of, from, by, away from'] (Greek)."

ag - "Definitions: to move tortuously, wind (Sanskrit). See: link entry for agni @
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/adi-ag.htm - [T.D. - 05/25/08

ag - "Definitions: whip, flail." (Egyptian) ag - "Definitions: blade." (Old Norse)

ag - "Definitions: an Indo-European root word believed to carry the following meanings: to drive cattle; place where you drive cattle. Associated spellings/words: hajj, hadj ['name for the pilgrimage to Mecca'] (Moslem)."

AG /p - "Definitions: to toward." AG /r - "Definitions: move, do."

aq - "Definitions: a sign of addition; to go in, to enter, going in and out, entrance and exit; bread, bread-cake; righteousness and justice personified." (Egyptian)

heq - "Definitions: intelligence; tribal ruler." (Egyptian)

akh - "Definitions: spirit, or, to become spirit; suspend, stretch out the sky; to raise up on high, to hang out in the height, to soar, to be poised in the air, to hang a man; to boil, to cook (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: akh-akh ['to grow green, and stars'] (Egyptian)."

ach - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'brother' [Genesis 4:2, 9:5, 20:5, 24:15]; 'brethren' [Genesis 9:22, 13:8, 19:7]; 'other' [Genesis 13:11]. Associated spellings/words: 'ach."

ach - "Definitions: but." (Gaelic)

chq - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'set' [Proverbs 8:27]; 'decree' [Proverbs 8:29]; 'appointed' [Proverbs 8:29]. Other definitions include: lawgiver, governors, printed, the law, graveth, engrave, note, pourtray. Associated spellings/words: chqq, chaqaq; chvq."

EGG - "Definitions: 'ovum'. XIV. - ON.; superseding cognate ME. ey :- OE. aeg = OS., (O)HG., Du. ei :- Gmc. *ajjaz- n., rel. to L. ovum, Gr. oion, Ir. og, W. wy, and poss. further to words for 'bird' in Skr. vi-, L. avis. (Based on: The Oxford Concise Dictionary of Etymology [1996 paperback edition], p. 143)."

AGE - "Definitions: length of time. Associated spellings/words: eage, aage, age, aetas, aetat, aevitus, aevum ['age of time']."

hag - "Definitions: originally, Holy Woman; Hecate, the Crone or Hag as queen of the dead. Associated spellings/words: haegtes, hagge, hegge; hagi, hexe, heq."

hag - "Definitions: to climb up, go up." (Hungarian)

hac - "Definitions: to follow, to accompany" (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: haca ['from, out of']."

Hex - "Definitions: six." (German)

auch - "Definitions: also." (German)

HACK - "Definitions: cut with heavy blows."

haqq - "Definitions: truth, just, right, reality (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: hak; hayy ['everlasting'] (Arabic)."

haqq - "Truth, the knowledge of God, is called by a Sufi Haqq. If we divide the word Haqq into two parts, its assonant sounds become hu ek, Hu signifying God, or truth, and ek in Hindustani meaning one, and both together expressing on God and one truth. Haqiqat in Arabic means essential truth, Hakim means master, and Hakim means knower, all of which words express the essential characteristics of life." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

hajj - "Definitions: name for the pilgrimage to Mecca (Moslem). Associated spellings/words: Hadj."

haeg - "Definitions: hedge, enclosure." (Old English)

eka - "Definitions: one, a, only, alone, single (Sanskrit)."

hgh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'meditate' [Joshua 1:8], [Psalm 1:2; 63:6; 77:12; 143:5], [Isaiah 33:18]; 'utter' [Job 27:4]; 'imagine' [Psalm 2:1; 38:12]; 'speak' [Psalm 35:28; 115:7], [Proverbs 8:7]; 'speaketh' [Psalm 37:30]; 'talk' [Psalm 71:24]; 'studieth' [Proverbs 15:28; 24:2]; 'mutter' [Isaiah 8:19]; 'mourn' [Isaiah 16:7; 38:14; 59:11], [Jeremiah 38:41]; 'roaring' [Isaiah 31:4]; 'muttered' [Isaiah 59:3]; 'sore' [Isaiah 59:11]; 'uttering' [Isaiah 59:13]. Associated spellings/words: hagah."

aca - "Definitions: cane." (Aztec)

aga - "Definitions: [not moving:] mountain (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: agah."

aga - "Definitions: to nail, to drive pegs into something, to beat, to hammer." (Egyptian)

aga - "Definitions: upward from below, root of tree or plant (Kapinga). Associated spellings/ words: aga ['master, lord'] (Turkish)."

aqa - "Definitions: to feed, to give." (Egyptian)

Aqa - "Definitions: a form of Geb, god of food." (Egyptian)

agh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'cakes' [Genesis 18:6]. Associated spellings/words: uggah."

ek-e - "Definitions: day (African, Soudan). Associated spellings/words: ig-i ['eye, sun'] (Basque)."

ajJa - "1 (mwd) mfn. ( %{jJA}), not knowing; ignorant, inexperienced; unconscious; unwise, stupid." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

AjJA - "2 (mwd) 1 %{-jAnAti} (Impv. 2. pl. %{-jAnIta}; perf. %{-jajJau}; p. %{jAna4t}) to mind, perceive, notice, understand RV. i, 94, 8; 156, 3 S3Br. Ta1n2d2yaBr.; (cf. %{a4n-AjAnat}): Caus. %{-jJApayati}, %{-te} (Inf. %{-jJaptum} R. iv, 40, 8) to order, command, direct MBh. &c.; to assure R. vi, 103, 10. [133,2]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

agah - "Definitions: [not moving:] mountain." (Sanskrit)

heka - "Definitions: words of power (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: hekau."

heka - "Definitions: The symbolism of the crook is similar to that of the stick and its derivatives, namely; power and authority. The royal Egyptian symbol was called heka when it was in the shape of a shepherd's crook, and was when it had the head of a canine animal and a two- pronged base. The triple sceptre was made up of a whip, a staff and stick, representing domination over matter, control of feeling and domination of thought. It is a symbol of the central axis, like the king himself, the intermediary between god and his subjects, a guarantee of peace and justice. The royal symbol of the kings was adopted from the god Osiris and the ancient shepherd deity, Andjeti. It denoted Pharaoh's role as guardian of the people of the Nile. The crook and flail were used in all royal ceremonies and were part of the mortuary regalia of the kings, ensuring the continued welfare of the deceased in the afterlife." *Link: http://www.ancientnile.co.uk/symbols.php - [T.D. - 05/04/08]

haka - "Definitions: war chant." (Maori)

ecce - "Definitions: Lo! Behold! See!." (Latin)

Akka - "Definitions: ancestral Goddess of Akkad, the Water- Drawer who brought gods to birth out of the primal deep; the maker. Associated spellings/words: Acca, Acco (Akkadian)."

akaa - "Definitions: point, to make a sharp point; to build an open fire." (Kapinga)

haga - "Definitions: hedge, generally indicating hawthorn." (Anglo-Saxon)

ecke - "Definitions: corner."

Hakka - "Name for an Ancient Chinese people and their dialect."

eheca - "Definitions: wind." (Aztec)

aki - "Definitions: baby." (Korean)

ACY /s - "Definitions: quality, state, or condition. Associated spellings/words: cie, acie, atie."

akhi - "Definitions: a kind of bird." (Egyptian)

akai - "Definitions: flower." (Kapinga)

akii - "Definitions: very, extremely; throat." (Kapinga)

hachi - "Definitions: a bowl, a pot, a basin, a flowerpot, a crown; bee; eight." (Japanese)

Achaia - "The whole region of Greece south of Macedonia, including Peloponnesus or Morea (Old Testament). Associated spellings/words: akayah."

ajc'ay - "Definitions: merchants." (Mayan)

axiou - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'thought' [Luke 7:7]; 'desire' [Acts 28:22]. Other definitions include: count, counted, worthy, to consider worthy, think. Associated spellings/words: axioo."

agios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Holy' [Matthew 1:18], [Mark 1:8]; 'saints' [Matthew 27:52], [Acts 9:13, 32, 41; 26:10], [Romans 8:27]. Other defin- itions include: Holy One. Associated spellings/words: hagios ['different']; hagios pneuma ['Holy Ghost']; ieros, hieros ['holy, sacred, ritually holy']; hosios ['piety, devoutness']; hosiotes; osme." *Links: http://concordances.org/greek/40.htm

axios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'meet' [Matthew 3:8]; 'worthy' [Matthew 10:10]." Hagios Pneuma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Holy Ghost' [Matthew 1:18, 20, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: agios pneuma."

Hagios Pneuma - "Definitions: [....] A first step is to realize that the Crone was once a vital part of divinity, as real to her followers as the Holy Ghost to traditional Christians. In fact, even early Christianity - the nontraditional or Gnostic kind - had its own Crone figure, the feminine forerunner of the later, masculinized Holy Ghost. She was sometimes Sophia, personification of Wisdom; sometimes the Pneuma or Holy Spirit [agios pneuma]; sometimes Grand-mother of God; sometimes the feminine Thought without whom God could not have functioned as a creator. The gnostic scripture *Trimorphic Protennoi spoke of her as the typical pre-Christian female trinity: 'the one born first of all beings, the one who has three names and yet exists alone, as one. She dwells at all levels of the universe; she is the revealer who awakens those that sleep, who utters a call to remember, who saves.'(57) [....] [Based on: The Crone - Woman of Age, Wisdom, and Power, by Barbara G. Walker (Copyright 1985), p. 38] - (57) *The Other Bible, Willis Barnstone, p. 288

agiazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'Hallowed' [Matthew 6:19], [Luke 11:2]; 'sanctifieth' [Matthew 23:17, 19]; 'holy' [Revelation 22:11]. Other definitions include: to make holy, to sanctify, sanctified. Associated spellings/words: hagiazo; agios, hagios ['holy']; hagiasmos ['sanctification, holiness']; agion, hagion ['sanctuary']."

agion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'sanctuary' [Hebrews 8:2; 13:11]; 'Holiest' [Hebrews 9:3]; 'holiest' [Hebrews 9:8; 10:19]; 'holy place' [Hebrews 9:12, 25]; 'holy places' [Hebrews 9:24]. Associated spellings/words: hagion." hgeomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Governor' [Matthew 2:6]; 'chief' [Luke 22:26]; 'think' [Acts 26:2]; 'thought' [2 Corinthians 9:5]; 'let' & 'esteem' [Philippians 2:3]; 'than' [Hebrews 11:26]; 'rule' [Hebrews 13:7]; 'account' [2 Peter 3:15]. Other definitions include: to think of or consider, supposed, count, counted, judged. Associated spellings/words: hegeomai."

hekhin - "Definitions: to prepare." (Hebrew)

hakim - "Definitions: master." (Arabic)

Hachiman - "Representation of three Shinto deities: Emperor Ojin, Empress Jingu, and the deity Hime-gami. Formerly a god of war enshrined at numerous Japanese shrines. Associated spellings/words: Kami."

Aciel - "Black sun of the Chaldean underworld; the god of darkness at the bottom of the sevenfold pit, exactly mirroring the gods of light at the top of the seventh heaven."

ACRI /r - "Definitions: bitter like smoke that chokes. Associated spellings/words: acere ['sharp, be sour'] (Latin)."

Ajk'ij - "Definitions: daykeepers." (Mayan)

hakiki - "Definitions: true; real." (Malay) agiagi - "Definitions: bird." (kapinga)

haqiqat - "Definitions: essential truth." (Arabic)

ACID /r - "Definitions: sour. Associated spellings/words: acere ['be sharp']."

ACHIEVE - "Definitions: finish; gain by work or effort. Associated spellings/words: acheven, achever, a chef ['at an end']."

achyuta - "Definitions: Achyuta, a name of Vishnu."

Ajitz - "Definitions: witches." (Mayan)

aqu - "Definitions: enter, insert." (Aztec)

Aku - "Definitions: 'moon'; god of the moon." (Babylonian)

ego - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'ego' [Mark 1:8]. Associated spellings/words: hgo."

acu' - "Definitions: eye." (Taino)

exo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'access' [Romans 5:2]. Associated spellings/words: echo."

exo - "Definitions: without, out of doors." (Greek)

AGO /r - Definitions: a common English root word meaning: move, do. Associated spellings/words: agon, agan ['pass away']; agangan; irgan; ergehen."

ahco - "Definitions: above." (Aztec)

echo - "Definitions: to have, to hold, possess; noise; repetion of sound. Mythology: Greek nymph at whose reflecting pool Narcissus met his death. Associated spellings/words: echeo ['roaring, sounding, to sound'], eiko ['to yeild']; ikkos ['horse; Great Light']; Acco."

aago - "Definitions: to teach." (Kapinga)

akau - "Definitions: to fit two things." (Kapinga)

Agwe - "[....] La Sirene is the mistress of the sea. She is depicted in veve form as a mermaid. She is the divinity in charge of the sacred songs of Vodoun, marrying the word and the music to bring about rapture. [NP] The husband of La Sirene is Agwe, another deity of the ocean. This watery Lwa has as his domain all aspects of shipping, fishing, and navigation, and the veve most often used for him incorporates a sailboat. Agwe is call- ed on in ritual to provide safe passage and to grant victory. [....]" [Based on article: (Veve, The Sacred Symbol of Vodoun) by Lilith Dorsey - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 45] - [Note: "NP" = New Paragraph. My brackets - D.R.D.]

ehcauh - "Definitions: shade." (Aztec)

aakhu - "Definitions: one of the Egyptian seven souls: primordial life spirit, resident in the blood."

akouo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'heard' [Matthew 2:3]. Other defin- itions include: heareth, hea."

Akua - "Definitions: God." (Hawiian)

agua - "Definitions: water." (Spanish)

Echvah - "The Mexicans call the Father of their Trinity Yzona, the Son of Bacab, and the Holy Ghost Echvah, 'and say they received it (the doctrine) from their ancestors.'*" [Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled, reprint (1998, Vol.2) of the 1877 edition, pp. 50-51] * Lord Kingsborough: "Ant. Mex.," p. 165.

aqui - "Definitions: here (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: aquila ['eagle'] (Latin); agiagi ['bird'] (kapinga); ari ['eagle'] (Old Norse)."

EQUIVALENT - "Definitions: equal."

EXQUISITE - "Definitions: carefully sought out, choice, flawlessly beautiful and delicate. Associated spellings/words: ex + quirere ['search, seek']."

equinox - "Definitions: equal night; the 26,000-year circular movement of earth's axis is called the precession of the equinoxes. Associated spellings/words: aequus ['equal'] + nox ['night'] (Latin)."

ACQUIRE - "Definitions: seek; gain. Associated spellings/words: ac ['to'] + quaerere ['seek']." aquila - "Definitions: eagle." (Latin)

acus - "Definitions: needle." (Latin)

equus - "Definitions: horse." (Latin)

Akush - "Definitions: the Dawn Katsina (Native American / Hopi). Associated spellings/words: AK.U ['beings of light'] (Sumerian)."

ACCUSE - "Definitions: ac ['against'] + causari ['give as a cause or motive']; causa ['reason']."

Akwasi - "Definitions: boy born on a Sunday." (Akan?)

Akosua - "Definitions: girl born on a Sunday." (Akan?)

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

ekstasis - "Definitions: 'standing outside' one's everyday identity; any casting down of a thing from its proper place or state; displacement; amazement; standing forth naked." (Greek)

EXOSPHERE - "The outermost layer of atmosphere beginning about 500 miles out."

ACCUSTOM - "Definitions: cause to treat something as usual or acceptable. Associated spellings/ words: a + costume."

Akhushtal - "Definitions: Goddess of childbirth." (Mayan)

akon - "Definitions: against one's will, unwillingly." (Greek)

agon - "Definitions: competition." (Greek) agnus - "Definitions: lamb." (Latin)

agonizomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'strive' [Luke 13:24]. Other definitions include: make every effort, fight, fought, striving. Associated spellings/words: agonizomai."

AkvAn2am - "... (otl) invocation, as a deity (TLS)." (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

ek onkar - "Definitions: One God; God is One; the Primal Manifestation; the Primal mystical Divine Name of God. Associated spellings/words: ikonkar." (Sikh)

ACCOUNT - "Definitions: count; report."

ACQUAINT - "Definitions: inform, make familiar, make known. Associated spellings/words: ac + cognitus ['know']."

Ekam - "Definitions: The Ultimate Oneness (Tamil). Other meanings: Ekam is the Sanskrit for 'one, single, solitary' (neuter gender), as a noun meaning 'unity'. In spirituality, it refers to a concept of monism akin to that of Brahman in Advaita philosophy and Smarta theology. *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ekam

Oghum - "Ancient British, Irish alphabet. Reportedly invented by Ogma, or Ogmios." (Gaelic)

ACCUMULATE - "Definitions: heap up in a mass. Associated spellings/words: ac + cumulare ['heap up'], cumulus ['a heap']."

augur - "Definitions: seer, increaser." (Latin)

agora - "Definitions: a market place." (Greek)

akula - "Definitions: confused." (Sanskrit)

agkura - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'anchor' [Hebrews 6:19]."

Aquarius - "Beginning sign in The Zodiac of Constellations, a pouring out of the primordial waters. The eleventh sign of the popular Zodiac."

akuroo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'none effect' [Matthew 15:6]; 'disannul' [Galatians 3:17]. Other definitions include: nullify."

achuron - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'chaff'. Associated spellings/ words: achyron; mts, mos ['chaff'] [Job 21:18], [Psalm 1:4, 35:5] (Hebrew)."

acolyte - "Definitions: follower." (Greek)

akolotheo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'followed' [Matthew 4:20]. Other definitions include: follow. Associated spellings/words: akolouthho."

ACCORD - "Definitions: make agree, be of one heart. Associated spellings/words: ac ['to'] + cor, cordis ['heart']."

ACCURATE - "Definitions: prepared with care, exact, free from error. Associated spellings/ words: ac ['to'] + curare ['take care']."

akvb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'heel' [Genesis 3:15]; 'steps' [Psalm 56:6]. Other definitions include: footsteps."

akot - "Definitions: to dance." (Mayan)

achvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sister' [Genesis 4:22, 20:2]. Associated spellings/words: achowth."

ACUTE - "Definitions: sharp pointed. Associated spellings/words: acutus, acuere."

EQUATE - "Definitions: average; treat or regard as equal. Associated spellings/words: aequare, aequus."

Hahgwehdiyu - "The good creator of Iroquoian mythology; the son of Ataensic [Sky Woman]."

exouthhnho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'least esteemed' [1 Corinthians 6:4]. Other definitions include: to despise, disdain, or reject with contempt. Associated spellings/words: exoutheneo."

EXUBERANT - "Definitions: growing luxuriantly, ubundantly fertile; abounding in health and spirits; joyously unrestrained. Associated spellings/words: ex + uberare ['be fruitful'], uber ['fertile'] (Latin)."

EXOTERIC - "Definitions: teaching visible to the eye and ear. Associated spellings/words: exotero, exo ['outside']."

akz - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'caught' [Genesis 22:13]. Associated spellings/words: 'achaz." akz - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Ahaz' [1 Chronicles 8:35]. Other definitions include: possessor."

aksh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Achsah' [1 Chronicles 2:49]. Other definitions include: anklet, Calebs only daughter."

akash - "Definitions: sky or heaven, 'ether', the highest of the five elements, which remains dormant in all living forms except the human [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 455] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: highest of the five elements [tattwas]; primary source out of which all material things are created (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: akasha; aakhaaz ['commencement, outset, beginning'] (Persian)."

achzh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'possession' [Genesis 17:8, 23:4]. Associated spellings/words: achuzzah." aegis - "Definitions: shield, goatskin shield, especially the shield of Jupiter or Minerva; the goatskin breastplate of the Goddess Athene, ornamented with oracular serpents and the petrifying head of Medusa. Mythology: The original Libyan Athene was herself the Gorgon mask surrounded by serpents, served by priestesses who wore the aegis as a goatskin apron. It was a badge of divine power. Later Homeric myths considered the aegis so essential to sovereignty that not even Zeus could rule the other gods without it. The Greek aegis has been called the functional equivalent of the Hebrew Staff of God." (Greek Mythology)

hexes - "Definitions: successively in order, the next following, the next in succession (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hex ['six']."

ACCESS - "Definitions: attack of fever, a comming to, approach; capability or way of approaching. Associated spellings/words: accedere ['approach']."

aksa - 1 (mwd) akSa 1 m. an axle, axis (in this sense also n. L.); a wheel, car, cart; the beam of a balance or string which holds the pivot of the beam; a snake L.; terrestrial latitude (cf. %{-karNa}, %{-bhA}, %{-bhAga}); the collar-bone S3Br.; the temporal bone Ya1jn5.; N. of a measure (= 104 an3gula); [cf. Lat. {axis}; Gk. $; Old Germ. {ahsa}; &634[3,1] Mod. Germ. {Achse}; Lith. {assis}.] Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

aksa - 2 (mwd) akSa 2 m. ( 1. %{az} Un2.) a die for gambling; a cube; a seed of which rosaries are made (cf. %{indrA7kSa}, %{rudrA7kSa}); the Eleocarpus Ganitrus, producing that seed; a weight called %{karSa}, equal to 16 ma1shas; Beleric Myrobalan (Terminalia Belerica), the seed of which is used as a die; a N. of the number 5; (%{am}) n. sochal salt; blue vitriol (from its cube-like crystals)Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

aksa - 3 (mwd) akSa 3 n. an organ of sense; sensual perception L.; m. the soul L.; knowledge, religious knowledge L.; a lawsuit L.; a person born blind L.; N. of Garud2a L.; of a son of Ra1van2a; of a son of Nara , &c. Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

akasha - "Definitions: 'accomodation'. Associated spellings/words asman."
*Link: http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html

akasha - "Definitions: the all-pervasive space; primal ether, ether of space itself, first manifestation of primal ether; highest of the five Tattwas (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: akash."

Akshobhya - "Definitions: immovable, unagitated, unshakable, mirror-like wisdom; the 2nd of 5 Dhyani Buddhas. Seated in lotus fasion, his left hand lies on the lap, while his right hand (palm turned inwards) touches the earth. The buddha who rules over the eastern paradise Abhirati. In Buddhism, paradise is not understood as a location but rather as a state of consciousness." (Sanskrit / Tibetan Buddhism) AXIS - "1540s, 'imaginary straight line around which a body (such as the Earth) rotates,' from L. axis 'axle, pivot, axis of the earth or sky,' from PIE *aks- 'axis' (cf. O.E. eax, O.H.G. ahsa 'axle;' Gk. axon 'axis, axle, wagon;' Skt. aksah 'an axle, axis, beam of a balance;' Lith. aszis 'axle'). [....]"
[Based on: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=axis&searchmode=none]

akasam - "Definitions: ether, air, sky." (Sanskrit)

akshar - "Definitions: indelible; imperishible; Akshar Purush is the appellation for God, the creative power [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: akashar ['lord of all, law and order']."

exszer - "Definitions: jewel; decorate." (Hungarian)

akSara - "akSara 1 (mwd) - mfn. imperishable; unalterable; m. a sword L.; S3iva L.; Vishn2u L.; (%{A}) f. see %{a4kSarA} below; (%{am}) n. a syllable; the syllable %{om} Mn.; a letter [m. Ra1matUp.]; a vowel; a sound; a word; N. of Brahma; final beatitude religious austerity, sacrifice L.; water RV. i, 34, 4 and i, 164, 42 [3,3]; Achyr- anthes Aspera." [Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon] - [Based on: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html]

akSara - "akSara 5 (cap) - a. the same; n. sound, word, syllable, esp. the sacred Om; record, writing." [Note: (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary] - [Based on: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html]

akshara - "Definitions: 'letters' (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: akshar, aksara."
*Link: http://www.dlshq.org/download/godmother.htm - T.D. - 11/14/09

akshara - "Definitions: 'letters'. (Hindu) *Link: http://www.dlshq.org/download/godmother.htm

aksarnerk - "Definitions: aurora borealis." (Eskimo)

ekasrnga - "Definitions: one-horn [unicorn]; the fish-descent [of Visnu] with one horn, on which Manu fastened his raft and thus was saved in the great flood" (Hindu Mythology)

EXIST - "Definitions: appear, come forward, come into being; have real or actual being. Associated spellings/words: ex + sistere ['take up a position']."

August - "Definitions: Roman month of the oracular Juno Augusta; majestic."

ACCUSTOM - "Definitions: cause to treat something as usual or acceptable. Associated spellings/ words: a + costume."

ekstasis - "Definitions: any casting down of a thing from its proper place or state; displacement; amazement; standing forth naked." (Greek)

akash bani - "Definitions: sound or voice (bani) from the sky (akash); heavenly music; Word or Logos; audible life stream [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: shabd, shabda."

existemi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'beside himself' [Mark 3:21]. Other definitions include: out of one's senses."

EXOSPHERE - "The outermost layer of atmosphere beginning about 500 miles out." agn - "Definitions: eye (Armenian); agon (Old German); ayin (Hebrew); auge (Greek); ighe (Middle English)."

ekan - "Definitions: 1. one man; 2. God, as one." (Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon)
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

akan - "1 (mwd) Akan - Intens. (Impv. 2. sg. %{-cAkandhi}) to be pleased with (loc.) RV. x, 147, 3 (cf. %{A-kA}.)." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

akhn - "Definitions: to shut the eyes, to sleep." (Egyptian)

AGAIN - "Definitions: in the opposite direction, back; in return; once more, anew. Associated spellings/words: ongean, ongen, angen, ongegn, ingagan, ongegn."

hekhin - "Definitions: to prepare." (Hebrew)

achkan - "Definitions: knee length coat with closed collar."

Akna - "Definitions: an Eskimo goddess of childbirth."

agna - "A Roman-Jewish version of the Holy Ewe Lamb [agna], virgin incarnation of the Ewe- goddess Rachel. Associated spellings/words: Agnes."

ajna - "Definitions: command, order (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: AjJA (Sanskrit)."

Ajna - "The 6th psychic nerve-center [Ajna-chakra] situated between the eyebrows like a third eye." (Sanskrit)

ajJAna - "n. non-cognizance; ignorance, (in philosophy) spiritual ignorance (or a power which, consisting of the three Gun2as %{sattva}, %{rajas}, and %{tamas}, and preventing the soul from realizing its identity with Brahma, causes self to appear a distinct personality, and matter to appear a reality); Prakr2iti, Ma1ya1, Illusion; (mfn.), ignorant, unwise; (%{At}) ind. unawares, ignorantly." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche Agni - "[....] Agni in the Vedas is also lauded as Brahmanaspati (Lord of Prayer) and Brihaspati (Lord of Speech). Interestingly, Agni’s name is also the first word in the Rig Veda, and appears as 'Agnim-Ile' meaning 'I praise Agni' – ironically, this is also 'Agni-Ila' – the 'La' sound in the latter, of which is a common sound in southern Dravidian languages, but is now lost from Indo-Aryan languages, as it was from classical Sanskrit. [....]" *Link: http://astroveda.wikidot.com/vedic-agni-illa

Agni - "Definitions: fire; a Vedic god of fire, sacrifice, and marriage; ruler of the Earth; one of the Tattwas, the five primary states of matter; Vedic fire god wedded to Kali under her name of Ambika, ['Little Mother']. She represented the primal ocean of blood from which all things arose at creation; he represented the fructifying fire from heaven [lightning]; their combination meant vital heat. He was a prototype of such Indo-European fire-bringers as Lucifer, Prometheus, Etana, Hephaestus, and Heracles (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: egnis, ignis, ogni, ugnis."

agnya - "Definitions: dawn." (Sanskrit)

agnos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'clear' [2 Corinthians 7:11]; 'chaste' [2 Corinthians 11:2], [Titus 2:5], [1 Peter 3:2]; 'pure' [Philippians 4:8], [1 Timothy 5:22], [1 John 3:3]. Other definitions include: to be free of ceremonial defilement. Associated spellings/words: hagnos."

echinos - "Definitions: hedgehog. Associated spellings/words: ericius, urchin."

agnoeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'understood not' [Mark 9:32]. Other definitions include: to be ignorant, ignorant [agnoio], ignorance, ignorantly, not knowing, knew not, know ye not, unknown. Associated spellings/words: agnoho; agnoema ['a sin of ignorance']; agnosia ['lack of knowledge']."

Agnes - "Definitions: chaste. Associated spellings/words: hagnos (Greek)."

Akanishtha - "The Heaven of the Adi Buddha, whence Nirvana may be attained (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Og-min (Tibetan)."

ACKNOWLEDGE - "Definitions: admit as true. Associated spellings/words: aknow, acknowlechen, oncnawan."

EXCHANGE - "Definitions: the giving or taking of one thing in return for another. Associated spellings/words: ekenake ['hollow out'] (Gilbertese)."

ekenake - "Definitions: hollow out." (Gilbertese)

Ekankar - "Ekankar means the 'one oneness', the body of oneness [based on: Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 242]. Associated spellings/words: ek onkar ['One God; God is One; the Primal Manifestation; the Primal mystical Divine Name of God']; ikonkar (Sikh); Eckankar ['co-worker with God'] (Paul Twitchell - Eckankar Dictionary)."

Ek Ankar - "Definitions: 'The late Radha Soami guru Kirpal Singh wrote in his book Nam Or Word that the term Ek Ankar was one of the names of God and that the English translation of this term was "the one life breath".
[Based on: http://www.om-guru.com/html/saints/twitchell01.html] - [T.D. 01/07/07]

ek-ankar - "Definitions: The Unmanifest-manifested, God-in-expression power, the holy Word, the primal manifestation of Godhead by which and in which all live, move and have their being and by which all find a way back to Absolute God." (Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

AGENT - "Definitions: do, see; means. Associated spellings/words: agens, agent, agere ['do, see']."

akantha - "Definitions: thorn." (Greek)

ACCENTUATE - "Definitions: stress or show off by a contrast. Associated spellings/words: ac + cantus ['song'], accentus."

ECCENTRIC - "Definitions: out of center, off center; odd in behavior. Associated spellings/ words: ek ['out'] + kentron ['center'] (Greek)."

Ekam - "Definitions: The Ultimate Oneness (Tamil). Other meanings: Ekam is the Sanskrit for 'one, single, solitary' (neuter gender), as a noun meaning 'unity'. In spirituality, it refers to a concept of monism akin to that of Brahman in Advaita philosophy and Smarta theology. *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ekam *Trivia: "[....] 'The One' repeatedly discussed in the Rigveda has been suggested to have originally referred to the axis mundi, and 'The One who dwells beyond the seven sages' (1.164) as the polar star (at the time perhaps Thuban).[3] [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nasadiya_Sukta]

akam - "1 (otl) akam 01 1. inside; 2. mind; 3. sexual pleasure; 4. breast; 5. agricultural tract; 6. house; 7. place; 8. ether; 9. love-theme; 10. being subordinate; 11. an authology of love-lyrics -> akanAn2URu part a loc. ending" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

agam - "Definitions: inaccessible." (Sanskrit)

agam - "Definitions: come, approach, arrive; acquire." (Sanskrit)

agam - "Definitions: immeasurable; immense." (Malay)

ajam - "Definitions: unborn." (Sanskrit)

akhm - "Definitions: to put an end to, to destroy, to beat to death; to extinguish a fire or flame, to quench thirst; image or symbol of a god (Egyptian). Associated spellings/ words: akham."

acme - "Definitions: highest point, climax, culmination (Greek). Associated spellings/words: akme ['point']."

chkmh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wisdom' [Exodus 28:3], [Ezekiel 28:17]; 'wisely' [Exodus 1:10]. Associated spellings/words: chokmah; hokhmah; hkmh." Other definitions include: the 2nd sefirah which reportedly corresponds with the act of emanation [from Ein Sof] into the tzimtzum in the process of creation; pure undif- ferentiated thought; the 3rd ['God said, let there be light'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. Associated spellings/words: chokmah; hokhmah; hkmh; Atzilut, the World of Emanation."

haxma - "Definitions: friendship; companionship (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: haxman."

agama - "Definitions: Source of the Teaching; tradition, received teachings; Mahayana name for collections of writings of the Sanskrit canon (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/ words: agam ['to come']."

Akemi - "Definitions: bright beautiful." (Japanese)

akhami - "Definitions: figure of a sacred animal." (Egyptian)

Ekamayi - "[....] Having come to know the desire of Niranjan, Purush, in order to fulfill this desire, willed to produce a female having eight hands (she is also called Ashtangi, Ekamayi, Aadi Bhavani). [....]"
[Based on: http://anurag-sagar.blogspot.com/2006/06/anurag-sagar-de-kabir.html]

akhamit - "Definitions: eagle." (Egyptian)

Hagmena - "Definitions: Hag's Moon; a pagan New Year festival."

EXAMINE - "Definitions: inspect closely; examine, weigh. Associated spellings/words: exigere."

Achamoth - "Definitions: Mother Goddess who gave birth to the creator of the material universe, according to early Gnostic Christians. She was the third person of a primordial female trinity consisting of Sige, Sophia, and Achamoth."

hegimonikon - "Definitions: heart/Intellect." (Greek)

AUGMENT - "Definitions: enlarge or increase. Associated spellings/words: augere ['increase']."

Agam Lok - "Definitions: Inaccessible (agam) Region (lok); the name of the seventh spiritual region. Agam Purush is the supreme being presiding over Agam Lok [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 455]. Other definitions include: name of the Ninth Plane, ruled over by Agam Purusha [Eckankar Dictionary]."

aichmalotizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'captive' [Luke 21:24]. Other definitions include: captivity, bringing into captivity. Associated spellings/words: aichmalutizo."

ACCOMPANY - "Definitions: take as a companion. Associated spellings/words: a ['to'] + compaignier, compain ['companion']."

ACCOMPLISH - "Definitions: do, fulfill, or bring about. Associated spellings/words: ac ['to'] + complir, complere ['fill up']."

ACCOMMODATE - "Definitions: fit one thing to another; adapt, provide with something needed. Associated spellings/words: ac ['to'] + commodare ['make fit']."

aqr - "Definitions: a measure." (Egyptian)

aqr - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'stump' [Daniel 4:23]."

aqr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'barren' [Genesis 11:30]. Associated spellings/words: aqar."

akr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'troubled' [genesis 34:30]. Other definitions include: trouble, stirred. Associated spellings/words: 'akar."

akl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'freely' & 'eat' [Genesis 2:16]; 'eaten' [Genesis 6:21]. Other definitions include: the food that is eaten when the harvest is complete. Associated spellings/words: aklah; thrp ['food'] (Old Hebrew)."

agl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'calf' [Exodus 32:5]. Associated spellings/words: e.gel."

Hgr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Hagar' [Genesis 16:1]. Other definitions include: flight; Sarah's Egyptian slave girl; Abraham's concubine; Ishmael's mother."

agar - "Definitions: field (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: a-gar."

ACRE - "Definitions: a field, a pasture, a wild area, untenanted and open; measure of land [4,840 sq. yds.]. Associated spellings/words: akr, ager, agros, acra, ajra; ikker ['peasant'] (Hebrew); ikker-u (Babylonian); akr ['earth god'] (Egyptian)."

chkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'searchable' [Psalm 145:3]. Associated spellings/words: cheqer." akar - "Definitions: root." (Malay)

achr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'after' [Genesis 5:4, 6:4, 9:9, 9:28, 15:14, 22:20]; 'behind' [Genesis 18:10, 19:17, 26, 22:13]; 'another' [Genesis 4:25]; 'yet other' [Genesis 8:10]. Associated spellings/words: 'achar; acher; ahr."

ayer - "Definitions: yesterday (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: ager."

ajar - "Definitions: teach." (Malay)

akal - "Definitions: timeless." (Sanskrit) akal - "Definitions: ability to think and reason." (Malay)

agal - "Definitions: strong arm." (Sumerian)

agal - "Definitions: doom; death." (Malay)

Aegir - "Definitions: Norse god of the sea who has nine daughters said to be the maidens who move the waves." Aegir - "Definitions: 'Aegir represents the waters of space in all their various aspects. In Norse myths he is the giant who brews the mead for the gods when they feast at the stellar and planetary "tables" - when they imbody in worlds. He and his consort Ran have nine daughters who are the waves. Aegir has two servants, Eldr (fire) abd Fima- feng or Funafeng (spark) [....].' "
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/adi-ag.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

Hagal [H] - "Definitions: hail; primary form; rime egg; cosmic ice egg; rune mother; the 9th Rune commonly depicted by two standing beams connected by a cross bar; also depicted by a six-pointed snowflake-like pattern, Hagal was believed to represent the original Rune (Runic). Associated spellings/words: hagall, haegl, hagl, hagalaz."

Augur - "Definitions: Roman religious official with duty of foretelling future events."

AUGER - "Definitions: boring tool." agra - "Definitions: foremost, beginning." (Sanskrit)

aklh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'meat' [Genesis 1:29]. Other definitions include: food, to devour, consume, fuel. Associated spellings/words: 'oklah."

aglh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'heifer' [Genesis 15:9]. Associated spellings/words: eglah."

ekAra - "m. the sound {e}." (Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary)
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

Akira - "Definitions: intelligent; bright boy." (Japanese) achara - "Definitions: 'from a towards + the verbal root car to approach, proceed, behave'. Associated spellings/words: *acharya, acara." (Sanskrit)
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

akarah - "Definitions: form appearance, (facial) expression." (Sanskrit) akhira - "Definitions: day of reckoning, afterlife, finality (Arabic). Associated spellings/ words: al-akhira."

akarah - "Definitions: form appearance, [facial] expression." (Sanskrit)

ageri - "Definitions: appear." (Basque)

AGREE - "Definitions: please, become favorable; be of the same opinion. Associated spellings/ words: agreer, ag + gratus ['pleasing']."

ekarri - "Definitions: bring." (Basque) acarya - "Definitions: teacher, master, a master of the dharma (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/ words: acariya."

ekkleio - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'exclude' [Galatians 4:17]. Other definitions include: to shut out, to turn out of doors. Associated spellings/words: hkklhio." (Greek)

agalliao - "Definitions: joy, loud public expression of joy." (Greek)

akeraios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'harmless' [Matthew 10:16], [Philippians 2:15]; 'simple' [Romans 16:19]. Other definitions include: case. Associated spellings/words: akhraios."

Achilles - "Greatest of the Greek heroes at the seige of Troy; son of the Sea-goddess Thetis."

ekklesia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'assembly' [Acts 19:32, 41]. Other definitions include: a gathering of citizens called out from their homes into some public place; an assembly; church. Associated spellings/words: hkklhsia; iglesia ['church'] (Spanish).

achrym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'other' [Joshua 24:2]. Other definitions include: another."

achryt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'last' [Genesis 49:1], [Micah 4:1]; 'latter' [Numbers 24:20]; 'uttermost parts' [Psalm 139:9]; 'reward' [Proverbs 24:14]; 'remnant' & 'residue' [Ezekiel 23:25]. Other definitions include: end, hindermost. Associated spellings/words: achariyth."

ekluo - "Definitions: to loose, unloose, to set free." (Greek)

ageru - "Definitions: go up, put up." (Japanese)

egeiro - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'rise' [Mark 13:22]. Other defin- itions include: to raise up, rouse. Associated spellings/words: hghiro."

ACCRUE - "Definitions: growth, increase. Associated spellings/words: ac ['to'] + crescere ['grow']."

hakaru - "Definitions: counting, measuring." (Japanese)

Agruerus - "Definitions: 'The great god of the Phoenicians, identical with Kronos or Saturn. His seven sons were analogous to the titans or kabiri "connected with the Flood and the seven Rishis" ' ".
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/adi-ag.htm - [T.D. - 05/25/08]

akros - "Definitions: terminal, endmost." (Greek)

agros - "Definitions: open country; cultivated field, farmland." (Greek)

aggelos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'angel' [Matthew 1:20]; 'angels' [Matthew 25:41]. Other definitions include: messenger. Associated spellings/words: agghlos; angelos."

Achelous - "Mythology: a river or sea deity, born from Oceanus & Tethys." (Greek Mythology)

ajras - "Definitions: open country, plain (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: agros, akrs, akraz, ager, agr, akr."

ikhlaas - "Definitions: sincerity, purity, love, selfless worship."

akrasia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'excess' [Matthew 23:25]; 'incontinency' [1 Corinithians 7:5]. Other definitions include: without self- control. Associated spellings/words: akrates ['incontinent'] (2 Timothy 3:3)."

eglon - "Definitions: circle." (Old Testament) ACORN - "Definitions: fruit; oak kernel."

Acheron - "Definitions: '.... The River of Woe, one of five rivers surrounding Hades. The others were Cocytus (river of wailing), Styx (the hateful), Pyriphlegethon (the fiery), and Lethe (forgetfulness).' (Greek) Other definitions include: 'son of the sun (Helios)' " *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

aghrni - "Definitions: glowing; a name for Surya's messenger." (Vedic Mythology)

ACRONYM - "Definitions: across" ['tip, end'] + onym ['name']."

achrnyt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'backward' [Genesis 9:23], [1 Samuel 4:18], [2 Kings 20:10, 11], [Isaiah 38:8]; 'back again' [1 Kings 18:37]. Associated spellings/words: achoranniyth."

ACCLAIM - "Definitions: shout approval or disapproval. Associated spellings/words: ac ['toward'] + clamare ['cry out']." aklark - "Definitions: brown bear (Eskimo). Associated spellings/words: atertak ['bear cub']."

akrogoniaios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'corner' [Ephesians 2:20], [1 Peter 2:6]. Associated spellings/words: akrogoniaios."

EXERCISE - "Definitions: a putting into action."

eklektos - "Definitions: picked out, chosen." (Greek)

agrt - "Definitions: letter." (Hebrew)

Akrav - "Definitions: Scorpio; the Hebrew month of Cheshvan; emblem of the tribe of Dan. Associated spellings/words: Akrabh."

chgrt - "Reportedly, the Hebrew spelling for the word 'aprons' [Genesis 3:7]. Other definitions include: girdle, gird. Associated spellings/words: chgurah, chgrt."

EXERT - "Definitions: discharge, emit; exercise, put into action. Associated spellings/words: ex + serere ['bind, entwine, join']."

ACCORD - "Definitions: make agree, be of one heart. Associated spellings/words: ac ['to'] + cor, cordis ['heart']."

HAGGARD - "Definitions: untamed, wild." agarta - "Definitions: chariot." (Egyptian)

akrti - "Definitions: appearance, figure." (Sanskrit)

egkrateia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'temperance' [Acts 24:25], [Galatians 5:23], [2 Peter 1:6]. Other definitions include: self-control. Associated spellings/words: agkrathia; enkrates."

ikertu - "Definitions: investigate." (Basque)

akrates - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'incontinent' [2 Timothy 3:3]. Other definitions include: without self-control. Associated akrasia."

Akal Purush - "Definitions: Timeless (akal) Being (purush); the one who is beyond the sphere of birth and death; the supreme positive power, as opposed to Kal, the negative power [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 455] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Akal Purukh, Akal Purakh."

akakos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'simple' [Romans 16:18]; 'harmless' [Hebrews 7:26]. Other definitions include: innocent."

ekaksara - "Definitions: 'n. the sole imperishable thing AV. v , 28 , 8 ; a single syllable Subh.; a monosyllabic word VS. S3Br. RPra1t. &c.; the sacred monosyllable ...." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

agkhein - "Definitione: strangle (Greek). Associated spellings/words: agkhone ['strangling']; ANGER; ANGINA; ANGUISH."

ekekheiria - "Definitions: a staying of hands; armistice, truce." (Greek)

exagorazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'redeemed' [Galatians 3:13]. Other definitions include: to purchase, redeem. Associated spellings/words: hxagorazo."

ekagrata - "Definitions: one-pointedness, single-mindedness." (Sanskrit)

AGGRAVATE - "Definitions: burden; add weight or gravity to; incense, provoke (Latin). Associated spellings/words: ag + gravis ['heavy']."

EXECUTE - "Definitions: carry to completion."

EXACT - "Definitions: compel to furnish, precisely correct. Associated spellings/words: ex + agere ['perform']." aqb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'heel' [Genesis 3:15, 25:26], [Psalm 41:9]; 'heels' [Genesis 49:17], [Jeremiah 13:22]; 'last' [Genesis 49:19]; 'liers in wait' [Joshua 8:13]; 'steps' [Psalm 56:6]; 'footsteps' [Psalm 77:19, 89:51], [Song of Solomon 1:8]. Associated spellings/words: aqeb."

aqb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'because' [Genesis 22:18]; 'reward' [Psalm 19:11]; 'unto the end' [Psalm 119:33, 112]. Associated spellings/words: eqeb [ayin + qoph + beth]."

akd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Akkad' [Genesis 10:10]. Other definitions include: a city at the beginning of Nimrod's kingdom. Associated spellings/words: Akkad."

aqd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bound' [Genesis 22:9]. Note: reportedly, this word appears in the Bible only once. Associated spellings/words: 'aqad."

aqt - "Definitions: things that enter entrances." (Egyptian) agt - "Definitions: food, a kind of grain; nail, claw, hoof." (Egyptian)

ACT - "Definitions: deed, thing done. actus, actum, agere ['do']

Acat - "Definitions: God of life." (Mayan)

acht - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'one' [Genesis 2:21], [Genesis 11:6]: '...they have all one [acht].' Associated spellings/words: achd, 'echad."

acht - "Definitions: eight." (German)

aagt - "Definitions: nail, claw, toenail, hoof." (Egyptian) akad - "Definitions: contract; promise." (Malay)

EXIT - "Definitions: departure. exire ['go out'] + ire ['go']; ektos ['outside, beyond, exterior'] (Greek)."

agape - "Definitions: compassion." (Greek)

agape - "Brotherly love, lovingness kindness, charity. History: Agape originally personified the rite of sexual communion, as practiced in Aphrodite's temples and adopted by some early Christian sects as a Tantric type of spiritual marriage. By the 7th century A.D. the agape ceremony was declared heretical, but it continued secretly throughout the Middle ages. Associated spellings/words: agapao [v.]."

akhet - "Definitions: 'horizon'." (Egyptian)

Agade - "Definitions: '[from aga crown + de fire] Also Agadi. The ancient city of the Babylonian ruler Sargon I (2637-2587 BC), the word referring to the city's patron deity, Ishtar or Anunit'. Associated spellings/words: Akkad"
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/adi-ag.htm - [T.D. - 05/25/08]

Heqit - "Definitions: name for one of the oldest Goddesses in Egypt. Associated spellings/words: Hekat, Heket ['the goddess of childbirth'] (Egyptian); Hecate (Greek)."

agape - "Agape originally personified the rite of sexual communion, as practiced in Aphro- dite's temples and adopted by some early Christian sects as a Tantric type of spiritual marriage. By the 7th century A.D. the agape ceremony was declared heret- ical, but it continued secretly throughout the Middle ages. Associated spellings/ words: agapao [v.]."

hakat - "Definitions: forthwith; immediately, at once." (Avestan)

akath - "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: katha." (Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

akkad - "Definitions: soft & marshy ground." (Naga-Maya)

Aqhat - "A Ugarit hero figure mentioned in the Ugarit Epic by the same name."

akte - "Definitions: file." (German)

Hecate - "One of the oldest Greek versions of the trinitarian Goddess, Hecate was derived from the Egyptian mid-wife goddess Heqit, Heket, or Hekat. During the Middle Ages, Hecate became known as Queen of the Ghostworld, or Queen of Witches."
*Links: http://www.lunaea.com/goddess/magic/hecate.html (T.D. 12/01/06)

Hecate - "Definitions: part [the 'Crone' part] of an the archaic Greek trinity consisting of Hebe [the 'Virgin' part], Hera [the 'Mother' part], & Hecate; the daughter of Persaeus." [D.R.D.]

Agatha - "Definitions: Good; Kindly One; the original Agatha was surnamed Tyche ['Fate'], and worshipped at the subterranean whomb-oracle of Trophonios at Lebadeia. Like the Goddess of the similar whomb-oracle at Delphi, she was accompanied by a Great Serpent: the oracular spirit named Agathodemon, god of Kindly Fortune, worshipped by Orphic sects up to the 5th and 6th centuries A.D. (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: agathos (Greek)."

aggadah - "Definitions: telling (Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: haggadah."

aggadah - "Definitions: lore, legend." (Hebrew)

agati - "Definitions: the wrong path, as distinct from the right path; rebirth."

acedia - "Definitions: abysmal apathy; ecclesiastical term for the acute depression afflicting those in the monastic life."

akathya - "(mwd) mfn. unspeakable; unutterable, unmentionable." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

Actaeon - "Definitions: sacred king of the Artemis cult, impersonator of the Horned God; a man 'turned into a stag' and devoured. His antecedents went back to paleolithic paintings in the Spanish caves of Altimira and in the Caverne des Trois Freres at Ariege dating from at least 20,000 B.C."

achdym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'one' [Genesis 11:1]: '... one [achdym] speech [dbrym].' "

ACCIDENT - "Definitions: something that happens. Associated spellings/words: accidens,- ent, accidere ['happen'], ac + cadere ['fall']."

aktu - "Definitions: 'twilight ray'. (Vedic) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

Ekabo - "Definitions: good morning." (Nigerian)

agapao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'love' [Matthew 5:43]. Other definitions include: loved, loveth, beloved. Associated spellings/words: agape [n.]; agapetos ['beloved']."

ACCEPT - "Definitions: receive willingly. Associated spellings/words: ac + capere ['take']."

ektos - "Definitions: outside." (Greek)

EXPOSE - "Definitions: deprive of shelter or protection, lay open, disclose, make known. Associated spellings/words: exponere."

auctus - "Definitions: growth, enlargement, increase." (Latin)

Achtwan - "Definitions: eight-spoked wheel, a magic rune charm." (German)

EXPOUND - "Definitions: set forth or explain in detail. ex + ponere ['put, place']."

ectome - "Definitions: cut out, cutting out (Greek). Associated spellings/words: -ectomy."

ACTUAL - "Definitions: active. Associated spellings/words: actualis."

Ogdoad - "Definitions: Group of eight Egyptian Gods worshipped at Hermopolis in Upper Egypt during the 'Golden Age: Nun, Naunet ['water'] / Huh, Hauhet ['unendingness'] / Kuk, Kauket ['darkness'] / Amon, Amaunet ['air']."

Hekaton - "Definitions: a hundred (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hect(o)."

auctus - "Definitions: growth, enlargement, increase." (Latin)

ekadasi - "Definitions: eleventh day [of each half-month]; sacred to Vaisnavas." (Sanskrit)

EXPAND - "Definitions: spread, enlarge. Associated spellings/words: ex + pandere."

EXPEND - "Definitions: pay out; use up."

EXTEND - "Definitions: stretch forth or out, prolong."

EXTENT - "Definitions: stretch out; size, length, or degree of something. Associated spellings/ words: ex + tendere ['stretch'], extenta."

EXTANT - "Definitions: existing." ekatman - "Definitions: the one spirit." (Sanskrit)

ACADEMY - "From Greek Akademia, the grove belonging to Akademus, a Greek Athenian hero of the Trojan War who reportedly revealed the hiding place of Helen of Sparta. For this reason, during the wars between Athens and Sparta, the Spartans always spared the site of the estate of Academus whenever they invaded Athenian territory; name of a park near Athens and of a school held in a grove of the park where Plato taught." akbr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mouse' [Leviticus 11:29]; 'mice' [1 Samuel 6:4]. Associated spellings/words: 'akbar."

Akbal - "Definitions: whomb, abyss, dark, night, black, cave, house 3rd day name (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Akbal ['2nd day'] (Yucatec Maya); Ak'abal ['2nd day'], ak'abil ['at dawn'] (Quiche Maya)."

EXPEL - "Definitions: force out."

akbar - "Definitions: greatest [adj.]." (Arabic)

HECTOR - "Definitions: play the bully."

AUTHOR - "Definitions: originator, inventer; composer of a book, etc. Associated spellings/ words: auctor (Latin); auctorita ['authority, power'] (Latin)."

EXTRA - "Definitions: beyond, outside; additional." (Latin)

exthra - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'enmity' [Luke 23:12]; 'hatred' [Galatians 5:20]. Other definitions include: hostility. Associated spellings/words: echthra; echthros ['enemy']."

ekpleo - "Definitions: to sail from, sail away, depart by ship." (Greek)

ekballo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'driveth' [Mark 1:12]. Associated spellings/words: hkballo."

EXPRESS - "Definitions: clear, specific; traveling at high speed with few stops. Associated spellings/words:

EXPLICIT ['absolutely clear or precise']."

ekplesso- "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'amazed' [Luke 9:43]. Other defin- itions include: stunned amazement; to strike out, expel by a blow, drive out or away. Associated spelling/words: ekplhsso."

EXPLAIN - "Definitions: make clear."

EXTREME - "Definitions: last, final, utmost; very great or intense. Associated spellings/ words: ektroma ['an abortion'] (Greek)."

EXPLORE - "Definitions: examine or range over thoroughly."

ekpleroo - "Definitions: to fill full, to fill up completely, to fulfill." (Greek)

EXTRACT - "Definitions: pull out forcibly."

EXPLICIT - "Definitions: absolutely clear or precise."

akathartos - "Definitions: unclean." (Greek)

EXTRAVAGANT - "Definitions: wildly excessive."

HECTIC - "Definitions: consuming fever, consumtive, feverishly active, exciting."

EXPECT - "Definitions: look forward to."

EXHIBIT - "Definitions: offer, furnish, administer, submit to view, display esp. publicly. Associated spellings/words: ex + habere ['hold']."

ekpipto - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fallen from' [Galatians 5:4]; 'fell off' [Acts 12:7]. Other definitions include: to fall out of; to loosen ones grasp of. Associated spellings/words: hkpipto."

exapatao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'deceived' [Romans 7:11]. Other definitions include: deceive, beguiled. Associated spellings/words: hxapatao; apatos ['deceive, deceived']; apate ['deceit, deceitfulness']."

af - "Definitions: from, away from (German). Associated spellings/words: auf ['on']."

AF - "Definitions: a form of the prefix ad-, meaning to, toward, before f, as in affect, affirm. In words from Latin it is due to assimilation of d to the following consonant (f).' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 13]"

AP (1) - "Definitions: a form of the prefix ad-, meaning to, toward, before p, as in apportion. Formed in Latin by assimilation of d to the following consonant (p).' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 30]

AP (2) - "Definitions: a form of the prefix apo-, before a vowel, as in the astronomical term apastron (ap- away + Greek astron star), also before (and merged in pronunciation with) h, as in aphelion, aphorism.' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 30] ap - "Definitions; water (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: apas ("the waters"); Abjayoni ['Lotus-born']."

ap - "Definitions: a verb of motion, to travel, to go, to go in, to go out, to escape, to walk, to march, to journey, tramplings under foot; to fly, the winged disk, the summer solstice." (Egyptian)

ap - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'nostrils' [Genesis 2:7, 7:22]; 'face' [Genesis 3:19, 19:1]; 'yea' [Genesis 3:1]; 'anger' [Genesis 27:45], [Exodus 32:19], [Psalm 145:8]. Other definitions include: wrath. Associated spellings/words: 'aph." ep - "Definitions: obstruct" (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Apop ['serpent fiend who devours the souls of the dead and thus denies them reunion with the source'] (Egyptian)."

Ab - "Definitions: Heart, heart-soul, one of the seven Egyptian souls; will or intention; clean, purify; dance, perform gymnastics; the left side; name given to Egyptian hieroglyphs depicting: a dancing man; a man pouring water. as in India, the heart-soul was pictured as a tiny dancer treading a constant rhythm in the midst of the body, as Dancing Shiva or dancing kali kept the rhtthm of life in the midst of the cosmos. Associated spellings/words: aab ['splendor, brightness'] (Persian)."

AB (1) - "Definitions: 'A prefix that entered English as a component of many words taken from Latin or French, and used also to some extent in forming words in English [NP] Latin ab- is a special use of the preposition ab (with variants a, abs), meaning from, away from. Combined with a verbal stem Latin ab- adds meanings of separation, removal, motion away from. In these formations, the prefix has the form ab- before a vowel or h as in abhor shrink from; a- before m, p, or v, as in avert turn away; and abs before c or t, as in abstract draw out. [....] In a few adjectives formed in English, ab- recalls its prepositional function of away from as in aboral away from the mouth; abnormal deviating from the normal.' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 1]"

AB (2) - "Definitions: 'A form of the prefix ad-, meaning to, toward, before b in words of Latin or French origin, as in abbreviate. In words from Latin the form is due to the assimilation of the d to the following consonant (b).' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 1]. Associated spellings/words: apo ['off, away from'] (Greek)."

Ab - "Fifth exilic Hebrew month name; July - August. Associated spellings/words: Abu ['5th Akkadian month name']." Ab - "Hebrew month 5: [July - August / 30 days]. Associated spellings/words: Av."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/jewish.html

ab - "Definitions: window; opening, niche, nook." (Sumerian) ab - "Definitions: domestic cow [a, 'water, liquid', + ib, 'middle']." (Sumerian) ab - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'father' [Genesis 2:24, 4:21, etc.]. Other definitions include: ancestor, forefather."

Eb - "Definitions: Abundance, harvest, chalice, emptiness, open vessel, human vessel, broom, grass; 12th day name, twelve, resonance, bronze wheat (Mayan). Associated spellings/ words: Eb [11th day] (Yucatec); E; ri be ['the road'] (Quiche)."

at - "Definitions: domain, estate, plot of ground; chamber, house, palace, temple; limb, member, piece; goat; mistress, great lady, queen." (Egyptian)

at - "Definitions: a mark, where the direction is directed toward." (Hebrew)

at - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'from' [Genesis 4:1]; 'with' [Genesis 5:22]; 'in' [Genesis 6:14]; 'time' [Genesis 21:22, 24:11, etc.], [Psalm 4:7, etc.]; 'season' [Psalm 145:13]; 'always' [Proverbs 8:30]. Other definitions include: through every season, opportune moment. Trivia: according to Jewish scholars, the first and last letter of the Hebrew alphabet, 'at' [Aleph + Tav] alludes to completion and perfection. In addition to the prefix H [Heh], 'at' is often used for extra emphasis. Associated spellings/words: et."

at - "Generally 'at' [et] proceeds a direct object to the verb and is never translated into English." (Hebrew)

et - "Definitions: with; companion (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: aet ['prep. at, in, near, from'] (Old English); aettir ['families'] (Celtic)."

ed - "Definitions: to exit; to rise; to descend, set; to bring down [or up]; to import; to fetch; to remove; to drain." (Sumerian)

ED - "Definitions: used to form the past participle and past tense of regular verbs. Associated spellings/words: ed ['to eat']."

ad - "Definitions: lame, cripple." (Sumerian)

ad - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mist' [Genesis 2:6]; 'vapour' [Job 36:27]. Associated spellings/words: 'ed."

ad - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'till' [Genesis 3:19]; 'and' [Genesis 6:7]; 'until' [Genesis 8:5]; 'toward' [Genesis 13:12]; 'for' [Genesis 13:15], [Psalm 145:1,2,21]. Associated spellings/words: 'ad, Ayin + Dalet."

ad - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'witness' [Genesis 31:44]. Associated spellings/words: 'ed [ayin + dalet]; edah, edut ['testimony']."

ad - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ever' [Exodus 15:18], [Numbers 24: 20], [1 Chronicles 28:9], [Job 19:24], [Psalm 9:5]; 'everlasting' [Isaiah 9:6]; 'eternity' [Isaiah 57:15]; 'of old' [Job 20:4]. Associated spellings/words: 'ad, Ayin + Dalet."

Ad - "Definitions: 'Assyrian Father'. Associated spellings/words: Adad, Hadad."
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

aff - "Definitions: crown, helmet, hat, diadem, cap (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: af."

auf - "Definitions: on." (German)

aff - "Definitions: crown, helmet, hat, diadem, cap (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: af."

hab - "Definitions: foam." (Hungarian) hab - "Definitions: mouthful." (Tibetan)

HAB /r - "Definitions: apparel, dress; mental constitution, settled disposition; custom; have; live. Associated spellings/words: habeo, habitare, habere ['have'] (Latin)."

EBB - "Definitions: outflow of tide." aab - "Definitions: splendor, brightness." (Persian)

IVE /s - "Definitions: causing, making."

ats - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tree' [Genesis 1:11, 18:4]; 'wood' [Genesis 6:14, 22:3]. Associated spellings/words: 'ets; as."

ath - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'the' [Genesis 1:1]; 'thou' [Genesis 3:14, 3:19]. Associated spellings/words: attah."

ath - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'now' [Genesis 22:9]. Other meanings include: henceforth, from this time. Associated spellings/words: attah."

ath - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'come'. Associated spellings/ words bva."

ADD - "Definitions: increase."

AID - "Definitions: provide help or support. Associated spellings/words: ad + juvare." ate - "Definitions: door (Basque). Associated spellings/words: at ['penis'] (Mayan)."

ATE /s - "Definitions: cause."

had - "Definitions: one (Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: hadah; chad, chadah."

had - "Definitions: limit (Malay). Associated spellings/words: hadd ['[n.f.] boundary, limit'] (Arabic); ahad ['Sunday'] (Malay)."

had - "Definitions: unit of soldiers, clan." (Hungarian)

had - "Definitions: designation for soldiers." (Hurrian)

cht - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dread' [Genesis 9:2]. Other definitions include: fear, sin [cheit]. Associated spellings/words: chath."

happ - "Definitions: chance, good luck." (Old Norse)

hubb - "Definitions: [n.f.] love, friendship, desire, affection, wish." (Arabic)

Haab - "The Tzolk'in calendar was meshed with a 365-day solar cycle called the Haab. The calendar consisted of 18 months with 20 days (numbered 0-19) and a short 'month' of only 5 days that was called the Wayeb and was considered to be a dangerous time. It took 52 years for the Tzolk'in and Haab calendars to move through a complete cycle."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html

Heth [CH] - "Glyphs believed to represent Heth include: a three-runged ladder-like shape; a set of three vertically parallel hash marks; an equally divided rectangle; a one- rung ladder shape. Definitions attributed to Cheth include: enclosure; wall, fence, hurdle; distribution; the eighth [4th Elemental] letter in the Hebrew alphabet; the 9th ['God called the firmament heaven'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. Other words or spellings associated with Heth include: Cheth; Cheth ['the 2nd born of Canaan'] (Genesis 10:15); het ['sin']; hayt." (Hebrew)

Heth - "Definitions: the second born of Canaan [Genesis 10:15]. Associated spellings/words: Khayth, Cheth."

apa - "Definitions: away, off, throw away, lay down, leave, give up." (Sanskrit)

apa - "Definitions: father." (Korean)

aph - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bake' [Genesis 19:3]. Associated spellings/words: aphah."

hpa - "Hot. The heat of passion. The heating of foods." (Hebrew)

abh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'willing' [Genesis 24:5]. Associated spellings/words: 'abah."

Eta [H] - "Seventh letter in the Greek alphabet. The capital form depicts an H shape. The small form resembles a small n-like shape. Reported meanings for H include: love, joy; balance; divine harmony; the older eighth letter. et-ha ['with water'] (Mayan)."

ATA /s - "Definitions: action. Associated spellings/words: AD, ADE, ADA /s ['action']."

adh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'congregation' [Exodus 12:3], [1 Kings 12:20] 'assembly' [Numbers 10:2]. Other definitions include: community. Associated spellings/words: 'edah." a

da - "Definitions: have; possess; contain." (Malay)

ada - "Definitions: picture, shadow; the first, be first, be older." (Kapinga)

Ade - "The Underworld god, or Lord of Death in pre-Roman Latium. Associated spellings/words: Eita; Hades, Ades."

Abba - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'father' [Mark 14:36], [Romans 8:5], [Galatians 4:6]. Associated spellings/words: Abba."

Hebe - "Virgin form of Hera, the Greek Mother of the Gods; a variant of Eve, who was Hebat in Anatolia, Heveh or Hawwa in Mesopotamia, Hvov in Persia. Greek myths said Hebe was cupbearer of the gods, dispenser of their ambrosia of immortality." (B.G. Walker?)

Hebe - "Definitions: part [the 'Virgin' part] of an the archaic Greek trinity consisting of Hebe, Hera [the 'Mother' part], & Hecate [the 'Crone' part]." [D.R.D.]

chba - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hid' [Genesis 3:8]. Associated spellings/words: chaba."

Adah - "Definitions: adornment; brilliance; the name for the wives of both Lamech and Esau in the Old Testament (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: adh (Genesis 4:19)."

atea - "Definitions: the primary male parent of the universe (Polynesian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Vatea, Wakea."

atah - "Definitions: from this, hence, for this reason (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ata eva [precisely from this:] that is why." (Sanskrit)

atta - "Definitions: soul, self." (Pali)

atha - "Definitions: introductory or connecting particle (now, next, then (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: atha va ['or rather, but no, but']." (Sanskrit)

hada - "In the word Ahad which means God, the only Being, two meanings are involved by asson- ance. A in Sanskrit means without, and Hudd in Arabic means limitation. [NP] It is from the same source that the words Wahdat, Wahdaniat, Hadi, Hada and Hidayat all come. Wahdat means the consciousness of self-alone; Wahdaniat is the knowledge of self; Hadi, the guide; Hada, to guide; Hidayat means guidance." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

Ad-ah - "Definitions: 'from 'adah to pass over, march along, continue, advance in perpetuity'. " (Hebrew)
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

haphe - "Definitions: bond, connection." (Greek)

hippa - "Definitions: horse (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hippo ['horse'] (German)."

hatha - "Definitions: exertion, violence, force." (Sanskrit)

chtha - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sinners' [Genesis 13:13]; 'sin' [Genesis 39:9, 42:22]; 'miss' [Judges 20:16]; 'sinneth' [Proverbs 19:2]; 'sinned' [Ezekiel 28:16]. Other definitions include: 'to miss' the mark. Associated spellings/ words: chatta, chata, chatta'ah; hata; psa, pesha' ['rebellion, transgression']; avn, 'avon ['iniquity, guilt']."

hadha - "Definitions: with; always; during." (Avestan) chthah - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sin' [Genesis 4:7, 18:20]. Other definitions include: sin offering. Associated spellings/words: chatta'ah."

Api - "Definitions: the 'flier,' a name of the Sun-god; the rising sun" (Egyptian)

api - "Definitions: moreover, also, too, as well, alike, and; even, though, however." (Sanskrit)

api - "Definitions: over, near to." (Pali)

api - "Definitions: on." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

adi - "Definitions: primordial, the beginning; the unknown diety; the water above (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: adi ['one; beginning'] (Sanskrit); prima adey ad ['eternity of eternities'] (Hebrew)."

adi - "Definitions: primordial, the beginning; the unknown diety; the water above (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: adi ['one; beginning'] (Sanskrit), adhi; prima adey ad ['eternity of eternities'] (Hebrew)."

ati - "Definitions: prefix excessive(ly), extreme(ly), too, very, beyond, etc." (Sanskrit)

eti - "Definitions: go." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

Hapi - "The hidden; the sacred bull of Memphis. The Egyptian god of the Nile, or running water, represented as masculine, but having female breasts and a large pregnant belly."

abai - "Definitions: neglect." (Malay) abhi - "Definitions: towards." (Sanskrit)

Addi - "Definitions: ornament." (Bible) adhi - "1 (mwd) adhi 1 m. (better %{Adhi} q.v.), anxiety, (%{is}) f. a woman in her courses (= %{avi} q.v.) L." *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon

adhi - "2 (mwd) adhi 2 ind., as a prefix to verbs and nouns, expresses above, over and above, besides. As a separable adverb or preposition; (with abl.) Ved. over; from above, from; from the presence of; after AitUp.; for; instead of RV. i , 140 , 11 , (with loc.) Ved. over; on; at ; in comparision with; (with acc.) over , upon, concerning." *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon

EDDY - "Definitions: whirlpool."

Hati - "Definitions: a doomsday wolf who will mangle the moon. One of Fenrir's brood." (Norse Mythology)

aadee - "Definitions: clear, place." (Kapinga)

HEAVY - "Definitions: weight. Associated spellings/words: hefig, hebig, hevig, hofugr, hefe ['weight']."

apya - "Definitions: alliance." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

apaya - "Definitions: inferior modes of existence; four lower or evil forms of existence in the cycle of existence of beings." (Sanskrit)

abhaya - "Definitions: 'from a not + bhaya fear from the verbal root bhi to fear'. Other defin- itions include: fearlessness, peace." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

adya - "Definitions: initial, first, earliest." (Sanskrit)

adya - "Definitions: today, now." (Sanskrit)

aitia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'cause' [Matthew 19:3]; 'accusation' [Matthew 27:37]; 'fault' [John 19:4]. Other definitions include: case. Associated spellings/words: aitima, aitioma, aition."

Ab-e-Hayat - ".... water of life or immortality .... Esoterically it represents the universal self and life's principal substance. It corresponds to the use of 'water' in Genesis 1:2. The ancient Iranians believed that the first created was Mithra (Mehr), the reflection of being, the essence of light, in the water of life; so the creat- ion was the synthesis of these two, named Mehrab. ...." Associated spellings/words: "Ab-e-Zendegi, Ab-e-Bagha (water of immortality), Ab-e-Heyvan (water of animation), and Ab-e-Khezr (water of Khezr)." *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

abeo - "Definitions: to go away, retire; depart from life, die, change, vanish, disappear, to pass, to have been." (Latin)

adeo - "Definitions: to approach, visit, come to, undertake, so far, such an extent, so much, so long." (Latin)

aiteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'asketh' [Matthew 5:42]. Other definitions include: ask, desire, desired, desiring, begged, craved, requiring, called. Associated spellings/words: aitema ['request']."

abyhu - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Abihu' [Exodus 6:23:]. Other definitions include: father of Him; i.e., 'worshipper of God' ; the second of the sons of Aaron. Associated spellings/words: Abiyhuw."

ativa - "Definitions: excessively, intensley." (Sanskrit)

HIDEOUS - "Definitions: frightful."

atyantika - "Definitions: (*cf. atyanta) perprtual, lasting." (Sanskrit)

Hatha Yoga - "Definitions: one of the Hindu systems of yoga, which deals with the physical body only [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 457]." (Sanskrit)

astv - "Definitions: woman, wife." (Hebrew) Hades - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Hades' [Matthew 11:23]; 'hell' [Matthew 16:18], [Luke 10:15; 16:23], [Acts 2:27; 2:31], [Revelation 1:18; 6:8; 20: 13, 14]; 'grave' [1 Corinthians 15:55]. Other definitions include: ruler over the shades. Mythology: The god and ruler of the underworld. Son of: Cronus [Saturn] & Rhea. Brother of Zeus [Jupiter] and the other Olympian gods. Husband of: Persephone. Associated spellings/words: Ades, Adhs, Aides; Aidoneus; Pluteus, Pluton, Pluto."

Hades - "[....] Hades was quite a different place from our region of eternal damnation, and might be termed rather an intermediate state of purification. Neither does the Scand- inavian Hel or Hela, imply either a state or a place of punishment; for when Frigga, the grief-stricken mother of Bal-dur, the white god, who died and found himself in the dark abodes of the shadows (Hades) sent Hermod, a son of Thor, in quest of her beloved child, the messenger found him in the inexorable region - alas! but still comfortably seated on a rock, and reading a book.* [....]" [Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled (1998 edition), p. 11] *Mallet: "Northern Antiquities."

hadjis - "Definitions: books."

Adisa - "Definitions: one who is clear." (Yoruba)

abhisu - "Definitions: rein, bridle." (Sanskrit)

abhisri - "Definitions: sustainer." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

Abisg - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Abishag' [1 Kings 1:3, 15; 2:17, 21, 22]. Other definitions include: 'Abishag's name might be related to the Hindu abhiseka ceremony, the annointing of kings with the sacred fluid of the Goddess Sarasvati (Based on: The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths & Secrets, p. 3).' Associated spellings/words: Abishag, Abiyshag."

apistia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'unbelief' [Matthew 13:58]."

apisthmi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'departed' [Luke 2:37]. Other definitions include: away, depart, refrain, withdraw. Associated spellings/words: aphistemi."

apin - "Definitions: plow." (Sumerian)

haitim - "Definitions: being, existing, living, real, evident (Avestan). Associated spellings/ words: haithya, hant."

Abymlk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Abimelech' [Genesis 20:2]."

Epimetheus - "Mythology: 'A Titan who foolishly accepted Pandora as a gift from Zeus [Goddesses Heroes & Shamans, Kingfisher]; Son of: Iapetus & Clymene; Brother of: Prometheus & Atlas; Husband of Pandora."

adyr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mighty' [Psalm 93:4], [Exodus 15:10]. Associated spellings/words: adyrym."

audire - "Definitions: hear, listen." (Latin)

atili - "Definitions: thunder." (Kapinga)

adjiriwa - "Definitions: is alike, alike." (Eskimo)

atyq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ancient' [1 Chronicles 4:22]. Associated spellings/words: attiyq."

abyvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'poor' [Exodus 23:6]. Other defin- itions include: person in dire want, needy, beggar. Associated spellings/words: 'ebyown."

atyq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ancient' [1 Chronicles 4:22]; 'drawn' [Isaiah 28:9]. Associated spellings/words: attiyq."

adhika - "Definitions: additional, superior." (Sanskrit)

adikia - "Definitions: wrongdoing, unrighteous, injustice (Greek). Associated spellings/words: adikeo; adikos; dexios ['the right, the right hand'] (Greek); dike ['justice']; dakshina ['right'] (Sanskrit)."

abbiegen - "Definitions: turn." (German)

abhijna - "Definitions: supernatural powers, abilities possessed by a buddha, bodhisattva, or arhat (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: abhinna."

epiginosko - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'know' [Matthew 7:16, etc.]. Other definitions include: to understand, knowest, knew, knowledge, acknowkedge, acknowledged, perceived. Associated spellings/words: hpiginwskw; epignosis ['understanding']."

adhikara - "Definitions: ability." (Sanskrit)

Adi Granth - "Definitions: Original (adi) Scripture (granth); sacred scripture of the Sikhs; Granth sahib; contains the teachings of Guru nanak, his successors and other saints. Compiled chiefly by Guru Arjan, the fifth Guru in the line of Guru Nanak, about the year 1604 [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 455]."

adi karma - "Definitions: original (adi) action causing reaction (karma), karma of the beginning, not earned by the individual, but established by the Creator in the beginning [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 455]. Other definitions include: primal karma." (Sanskrit)

epikalemai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'appeal' [Acts 25:11]. Other definitions include: call out to; appeal to. Associated spellings/words: parakaleo; paraklesis; entugchano, entynchano ['to approach, to meet with a person; to intercede for or against someone, intersession']."

abyb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Abib' [Deuteronomy 16:1]. Other definitions include: new ears of grain, new grain; March - April. History: 'The Biblical Year begins with the first New Moon after the barley in the Land of Israel reaches the state in its development which the Bible calls Abib. Only by fixing the calendar in accordance with the barley crops can we fulfill the commandment to 'Keep the Month of the Abib' and to celebrate Hag HaMatzot [Feast of Unleavened Bread] 'at the time of the month of the Abib, because in the month of Abib you went out of Egypt' [Exodus 34:18).' The month of Abib is believed to be the month of Passover. Associated spellings/words: abiyb; Nisan; Nisannu ['first produce'] (Akkadian)."

atita - "Definitions: [ati + ita] gone beyond:] past." (Sanskrit)

Aditi - "Definitions: literally, not tied; unbound; set free; The Infinite; The boundless, i.e., space, ether, that which has no beginning nor ending; eternity; cosmic space (Sanskrit). Mythology: Hindu Great Goddess as the Woman Clothed with the sun, mother of all the lights of heaven. She gave birth to the twelve zodiacal spirits called Adityas, 'Children of Aditi,' among whom was Aryaman, the ancestral god of all Aryans. Associated spellings/words: Adite." abidia - "Definitions: packed closely together, crowded together into a small place." (Kapinga)

abhibha - "Definitions: *lit. shining against." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

Adi Budha - "Definitions: the one (or the first) and 'Supreme Wisdom' (Aryasanga / Northern Buddhism); a Sanskrit term and appelation given by the earliest Aryans to the Unknown deity; the word 'Brahma' not being found in the Vedas and the early works (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, Vol. 1)."

Aadi Bhavani - "[....] Having come to know the desire of Niranjan, Purush, in order to ful- fill this desire, willed to produce a female having eight hands (she is also called Ashtangi, Ekamayi, Aadi Bhavani). [....]"
[Based on: http://anurag-sagar.blogspot.com/2006/06/anurag-sagar-de-kabir.html]

Abiathar - "A high-ranking priestly title used within the Essene community at Qumran. Associated spellings/words: Gabriel." (Hebrew)

Abhidharma - "Special Teaching; the third part of the Buddhist canon (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Abhidhamma."

apo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'out of' [Mark 1:10]."

APO /p - "Definitions: off, from, away, away from (Greek). Associated spellings/words: apa, ab, af."

epo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'said' [Mark 2:19]. Associated spellings/words: hpo."

abu - "Definitions: purifications, cleansings, libations, washings with water." (Egyptian)

abu - "Definitions: father of." (Arabic)

abu - "Definitions: to hollow out." (Kapinga)

adu - "Definitions: toward." (Kapinga)

ato - "Definitions: speak." (Aztec)

adv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'him?' [Genesis 7:16]."

etau - "Definitions: it juts out (Polynesian). Associated spellings/words: e tau."

hetu - "Definitions: cause." (Hindu) hettao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'inferior' [2 Corinthians 12:13]; 'overcome' [2 Peter 2:19, 20]. Other definitions include: defeat. Associated spell- ings/words: httaw; ettaomai, httaomai ['to be defeated, to be inferior]."

aiteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'asketh' [Matthew 5:42]. Other definitions include: ask, desire, desired, desiring, begged, craved, requiring, called. Associated spellings/words: aitema ['request']."

hetau - "An unfurled ships sail, a common symbol held by the deceased in the Egyptian Book of the Dead."

hattu - "Hittite Land; a word reportedly used by the Mesopotamians to refer to Syria and Palestine."

atua - "Definitions: spirits." (Maori)

Adwoa - 'Definitions: Name for a female born on Monday (Akan). Associated spellings/words: Adjua, Adjoa, Ajwoba, Adyuba (Ndyuka)."

abhava - "Definitions: 'from a not + bhava being from the verbal root bhu to be, become'. Other definitions include: 'unmanifest'. " *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

ADVICE - "Definitions: opinion. Associated spellings/words; avis, a vis, advise."

avus - "Definitions: ancestor." (Latin)

ABYSS - "Definitions: bottomless pit. Associated spellings/words: a ['without'] + byssos ['bottom']; abussos, abysmus, abysm (Greek); Abydos ['the underworld']."

athuos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'innocent' [Matthew 27:4, 24]. Other definitions include:guiltless. Associated spellings/words: athwos."

avasa - "Definitions: dwelling residence." (Sanskrit)

abussos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'the deep' [Luke 8:31]; 'bottom- less' [Revelation 9:1, 11]. Associated spellings/words: abyssos."

avesta - "Definitions: basic text (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: apastak."

advn - "Definitions: firm, strong, lord, master; superintendent of household, of affairs; king; reference to God; Lord of the whole earth; title applied to certain Semitic gods. Associated spellings/words: adown." (Hebrew)

atvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'she asses' [Genesis 12:16]; 'ass' [Numbers 22;21]. Associated spellings/words: athown."

atvn - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'furnace' [Daniel 2:20]. Associated spellings/words: attuwn." edone - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pleasures' [Luke 8:14], [Titus 3:3]; 'lusts' [James 4:1, 3]; 'pleasure' [2 Peter 2:13]. Other definitions include: some- thing desirable. Associated spellings/words: hedone."

Epona - "Definitions: a Pre-Roman Gaulic divinity, goddess of horses."

adhuna - "Definitions: now." (Sanskrit)

Adonia - "Definitions: Lord; 1st tribal diety of the Jews; the wonderful, the unutterable, the hidden name of god. Associated spellings/words: advn ['firm, strong, lord, master'] + yhh ['Jehovah in the shortened form']; Adonis (Syrian)."

Adonis - "Title of the Babylonian god Tammuz, misinterpreted, as his cult moved westward, as the name of god. Greek version of Semitic Adonai, The Lord, a castrated and sacri- ficed savior-god whose love-death united him with Aphrodite, or Asherah, or Mari. In Jerusalem, his name was Tammuz. Adonis died and rose again in periodic cycles, like all gods of vegetation and fertility. Trivia: one of three 'redeemer sons' (Ichthys, Adonis, and Jesus) associated with Pisces."

ADVENT - "Definitions: arrive, come to. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + venire ['come']."

ABOUND - "Definitions: 'v. About 1325, borrowed from Old French abunder, learned borrowing from Latin abundare to overflow (ab- off + undare rise in waves, from unda a wave).' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 3]."

adunatos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'impossible' [Matthew 19:26]. Other definitions include: impotent, could not do, weak. Associated spellings/ words: adynatos, adynateo."

apuntar - "Definitions: aim." (Spanish)

ADVENTURE - "Definitions: that which comes by chance; to come about. Associated spellings/ words: aventure, advenire." etumos - "etumos, on, rarely n. on, (eteus) true, real, actual: neut. pl. etuma, truths, the truth; neut. etumon is used as an Adv. like eteon, indeed, of a truth, truly, actually." [Based on: A LEXICON, ABRIDGED FROM Liddell and Scott's Greek-English Lexicon, 17th edition, BOSTON GINN & COMPANY, 9 AND 13 TREMONT PLACE, 1891, p. 278]

ETYMOLOGY - "Definitions: n. Before 1398 ethymologye, borrowed from Old French ethimologie, learned borrowing from Latin etymologia, from Greek etymologia, from etymon true sense of a word based on its origin (neuter of etymos true, related to eteos true); for suffix see -LOGY.' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 255]."

ETYMOLOGY - "The etymology of a word is essentially an account of its history. This history opens vast perspectives on the past, not only of the English-speaking peoples but also of the many others who have interacted with them. There are words that can be traced back thousands of years and others that sprang into being just yester- day. Everyday words are used quite unconsciously which, if their full stories were known, would reveal the panorama of the glory and the shame of the past, its fears and hopes, its prejudices and its faith." [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology (Article: Short History Of The English Language, 1st paragraph), 1995 edition, p. xvii]."

etumo-logia - "n. (etumos, logos) the true account or analysis of a word: its derivation, etymology." [Based on: A LEXICON, ABRIDGED FROM Liddell and Scott's Greek-English Lexicon, 17th edition, BOSTON GINN & COMPANY, 9 AND 13 TREMONT PLACE, 1891, p. 278]

abvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sake' [Genesis 8:21]. Other meanings include: that; deed; to; intent. Associated spellings/words: abuwr."

ator - "Definitions: poison." (Old English)

atol - "Definitions: adj. terrible, evil (Old English). Associated spellings/words: afelah ['gloom'] (Hebrew)."

habur - "Definitions: source of fertility. (Akkadian, Arabic). Associated spellings/words: hubur; henbur."

ethyl - "The original ether was found to contain a pair of two-carbon groupings as part of its molecule. Such groups were called ethly groups. Associated spellings/words: ether + hyle ['matter']; diethyl ether (Greek)."

abura - "Definitions: oil field, oil, fat, lard." (Japanese)

chbvrh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hurt' [Genesis 4:23]."

afelah - "Definitions: gloom." (Hebrew)

ADVERSE - "Definitions: turned against; opposing or unfavorable. Associated spellings/words: avers, adversus."

abulu - "Definitions: to sink." (Kapinga) Apollo - "Definitions: Greek god of archery, healing, light, poetry, prophecy, music and the sun. He was the son of Zeus and Leto, and the twin brother of Artemis [goddess of the hunt and moon']. His sacred plant was Laurel. Associated spellings/words: Apollon, Apollyon ['destroyer, the angel of the bottomless pit, chief of the wandering spirits'] (Greek); apollymi ['to destroy'] (Greek); apoluo ['to release, set free'], apo + luo ['loose, unloose'] (Greek)."

apoluou - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'wash' [Acts 22:16]; 'washed' [1 Corinthians 6:11]. Associated spellings/words: apolouw."

Apolluon - "Destroyer, the angel of the bottomless pit, chief of the wandering spirits."

Apulunas - "Four Hittite altars found in Anatolia were dedicated to a god named Apulunas, Guardian of Gates, forerunner of Apollo Lycaeus or Wolfish Apollo."

apoollumi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'destroy' [Matthew 2:13], [Mark 1:24]; 'perish' [Matthew 5:29]; 'lost' [Matthew 10:6]; 'lose' & looseth' [Matthew 10:39]; 'destroy' [Matthew 12:14]; 'die' [John 18:14].

Other definitions include: to cause to become lost or destroyed. Associated spellings/words: apollumi, apollymi."

aborigine[s] - "Definitions: first inhabitants of Latium and Italy (Latin). Associated spellings/words: ab origine ['from the beginning']."

ADVERB - "Definitions: word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + verbum ['word']."

ADVERT - "Definitions: turn toward, notice. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + vertere ['turn'] (Latin); avert ['turn away']."

ADVERTISE - "Definitions: turn toward; take notice [of]. Associated spellings/words: ad ['toward'] + vertere ['turn']."

Adolphus - "Definitions: noble wolf (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: Adolf."

ABORTION - "Trivia: up to the late 19th century, the Doctrine of Passive Conception declared that the soul arrives in the fifth month of pregnancy, to quicken the fetus, which was previous soulless. In 1869 the church revised its opinion. Pope Pius X announced that the soul was received at conception. Abortion was not classified as a crime in Europe until the 19th century. The United States first defined abortion as a criminal offense in the year 1830."

ADULTERY - "From ad alterum se conferre, to confer (property) upon another. In the age of matrilineal inheritance, female property owners could leave cast-off husbands destitute by conferring their matrimony (wealth) upon another. Patriarchal societies therefore sought to insure wives' sexual fidelity for economic reasons."

Abuk - "In Dinka [African] mythology, the first woman. She is the patron goddess of women and gardens. Her emblem is a snake."

ADVOCATE - "Definitions: one who argues or pleads for a cause. Associated spellings/words:

ADVICE ['recommendation']."

ABUT - "Definitions: 'v. Before 1250 abutten to end at, border on; a fusion of Old French abouter join end to end (a to + bout end) with Old French abuter touch with an end (a to + but end); see BUTT (2) target. -abutment n. 1644, formed from English abut + -ment.' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 5 ]."

ABODE - "Definitions: residence."

ABOUT - "Definitions: on the outside; around. Associated spellings/words: a + butan."

apupah - "Definitions: cake." (Sanskrit)

abodah - "Definitions: work, labor, menial labor." (Hebrew)

abudhyam - "Definitions: unawakened (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: abudhyamanam ['sleeping']; sushupanam ['fast asleep'] (Sanskrit)."

advaita - "Definitions: non-dual; without a Second." (Sanskrit)

abvtm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fathers' [Ezekiel 5:10]. Associated spellings/words: abutam."

epopteia - "Definitions: personal view." (Greek)

apoptosis - "Definitions: 'falling leaves'." (Greek)

ABS /p - "Definitions: away, seperation; a prefix appearing instead of AB, before c or t."

ats - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tree' [Genesis 1:11, 18:4]; 'wood' [Genesis 6:14, 22:3]. Associated spellings/words: 'ets."

apas - "Definitions: the sixth tattva, the ether which controls the water elements." (Tibetan Buddhism)

aves - "Definitions: birds; ancestral spirits (Latin). Associated spellings/words: avis."

Apis - "Egyptian lunar bull god annually sacrificed at Memphis. He was identified by special markings: a triangle on his forehead, a flying vulture on his side, and a cresent moon on his flank."

Apis - Definitions: "The material body of Nature was called Apis; the soul which escaped from the body at death but was enmeshed with the form during physical life was designated Serapis." [Based on: The Secret Teachings of All Ages (Reader's Edition 2003), p. 59, by Manly P. Hall]

chbs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'saddled' [Genesis 22:3]. Other definitions include: put, bind, bindeth, girded, bound, wrapped, govern, healer. Associated spellings/words: chabash."

chds - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'month' [Genesis 7:11, 8:5]; [Exodus 12:2], [Leviticus 23:5]. History: the Hebrew month names are believed to have originated during the Babylonian exile. They are therefore only mentioned in some of the later books of the Bible. The Torah signifies months by number names only, and the first was believed to correspond with the Exodus. Example: Exodus 12:2. Associated spellings/words: khodesh, chodesh; hds."

apesh - "Definitions: tortoise, or turtle." (Egyptian)

atash - "Definitions: fire (Pahlavi). Associated spelling/word: atesh."

Aetsh - "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]

hadas - "Definitions: restore, renew, repair." (Hebrew)

Attis - "Definitions: Born December 25th, the Son of Nanna, who miraculously conceived him by eating an almond or a pomegranate. After his death he descended to the underworld, and on the third day rose from the dead. His resurection was celebrated at the Carnival or Hilaria, also known as the Day of Joy." (Roman Mythology)

Attis - "Definitions: 'Papa.' Myth name of the son of the Phrygian goddess Cybele who was driven mad by his mother's advances and castrated himself." [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

adesah - "Definitions: command, order, instruction." (Sanskrit)

chpsy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'free' [Exodus 21:2]; 'liberty' [Jeremiah 34:16]. Other definitions include: freedom from slavery. Associated spellings/words: chophshiy, hapsi."

apsin - "Definitions: furrow." (Sumerian)

atschyym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tree' [ats] of 'life' [chyym] [Genesis 2:9]."

Apsu - "Mythology: along with his wife, Tiamat ['the salty sea'], and Mummu ['the Whomb of chaos'], Apsu was one of three gods in the Enuma Elish believed to have emerged from the primordial wasteland; one of the first beings symbolized by an abyss; sweet waters of the rivers; the guardian of fresh water (Babylonian Mythology). Associated spellings/ words: Abzu."

abzu - "The abzu (? ?, Akkadian:*apsû also engur, ?, Akkadian: *engurru) from the Sumerian ab 'ocean' and zu 'wisdom'[1] or 'deep' was the name for fresh water from underground aquifers that was given a religious quality in Sumerian and Akkadian mythology. Lakes, springs, rivers, wells, and other sources of fresh water were thought to draw their water from the abzu. [....] Abzu (apsû) is depicted as a deity only in the Babylonian creation epic, the *Enûma Elish, taken from the library of Assurbanipal (c 630 BCE) but which is about 500 years older. In this story, he was a primal being made of fresh water and a lover to another primal deity, Tiamat, who was a creature of salt water. The Enuma Elish begins: When above the heavens did not yet exist nor the earth below, Apsu the freshwater ocean was there, the first, the begetter, and Tiamat, the saltwater sea, she who bore them all; they were still mixing their waters, and no pasture land had yet been formed, nor even a reed marsh ..." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aps%C3%BB]

atsu - "Definitions: go around, rule, administer; pressure." (Japanese)

ABSOLVE - "Definitions: 'v. probably before 1425, borrowed from Latin absolvere to set free, acquit (ab- from + solvere loosen).' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 4 ]."

ABSOLUTE - "Definitions: 'adj. About 1380, borrowed from Latin absolutus, past participle of absolvere to set free, make separate or complete; see ABSOLVE.).' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 4]."

chpsvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'several' [2 Kings 15:5], [2 Chronicles 26:21]. Other definitions include: separation?. Associated spellings/ words: chophshuwth; hapsit."

EPISODE - "Definitions: dialogue between choric songs; incidental event; comming in besides; occurrence. Associated spellings/words: epi + eisodos ['entrance'], eis ['into'] + hodos ['way']."

apesis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'remission' [Matthew 26:28]. Other definitions include: forgiveness, deliverance, liberty. Associated spellings/words: aphsis; aphiemi ['forgive']."

upasana - "Definitions: devotion, worship."

Etznab - "Definitions: hall of mirrors, mirror, facing shadow, sword of truth, knife, flint, dissonance, silver, timelessness, discriminition, clarity, integration of paradox, spiritual warriorship; 18th day name (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Eznab ['17th day'] (Yucatec); Tijax ['17th day'] (Quiche)."

Apasmara - "According to Hindu mythology, Apasmara was a dwarf who represented ignorance and epilepsy. During the cosmic dance of tandava by god Shiva in the form of Nataraja - the Lord of Dance, Apasmara was crushed by the right foot of Shiva and was killed. This mythological dwarf is generally depicted with his hand in Añjali Mudra-. He is often depicted in this posture in depictions of Nataraja. He is also known as Muyalaka or Muyalakan. [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apasmara]

Etzel - "Definitions: German name for Attila the Hun."

apsara - "Moving in water; name for a mythological Hindu swan maiden." (Sanskrit)

avasarah - "Definitions: opportunity, occasion, right moment, time (for)." (Sanskrit)

apsaras - "Definitions: nymph (of heaven)." (Sanskrit)

Epsilon [E] - "Definitions: fifth letter in the Greek alphabet. The capital form depicts a large E shape. The small form resembles a smaller capital E-like shape written like a half circle with a horizontal appendage. Reported meanings for E include: ether; the spiritual element contained in matter."

Ep-zil-on-om - "Definitions: there are obstructions, shores form, and whirlpools." (Mayan)

Absalom - "Reportedly, father Salm, was a widely distributed sacred-king name, also rendered Salma, Salem, Salomon, or Solomon; in Assyria, Shalmaneser; in Crete, the 'son of God' Salmoneus. The name meant Prince of Peace, which was synonymous with Lord of Death because 'Peace' was the Lord's word of farewell as he descended into the underworld. The Bible gives the definition 'father of peace.' Absalom [abyslvm] was the name of David's son by Maacah [2 Samuel 3:3]."

ABSORB - "Definitions: sucked up from; receive. Associated spellings/words: ab ['from'] + sorbere ['to suck up, suck in, swallow'] (Latin)."

ABSORBTION." Absalom - "Reportedly, father Salm, was a widely distributed sacred-king name, also rendered Salma, Salem, Salomon, or Solomon; in Assyria, Shalmaneser; in Crete, the 'son of God' Salmoneus. The name meant Prince of Peace, which was synonymous with Lord of Death because 'Peace' was the Lord's word of farewell as he descended into the underworld. The bible gives the definition 'father of peace.' Absalom [abyslvm] was the name of David's son by Maacah [2 Samuel 3:3]."

Atzilut - "Definitions: The World of Emanation; the first world; the highest universe; the domain of the Sefirot themselves; the world encompassing Kether, Hokhmah, and Binah; nearness; the hidden God's first form of activity: a raying-out of his inexhaustable energy in the form of ideal or archetypal representations which will in time become the models for all things in the world (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: atsiluth; itzuli ['return'] (Basque)."

absagen - "Definitions: cancel." (German)

Avesta - "Definitions: The holy scriptures of Zoroastrianism; the language of the Avesta. Associated spellings/words: abestag; abistag (Pahlavi)."

at seba - "Definitions: school, college." (Egyptian)

Hephaestus - "Pre-Hellinic smith god, cast down from the Olympians' heaven by Zeus, for trying to protect his mother Hera."

ABSTAIN - "Definitions: withold. Associated spellings/words: abs ['away'] + tenere ['to hold']."

apostello - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'send' [Mark 3:14]. Other defin- itions include: to send one on a mission as an envoy; apostle. Related spellings/ words: aposthllo, apostollos; exapostello; pempo."

ABSTRUSE - "Definitions: conceal. Associated spellings/words: abs ['away'] + trudere ['to thrust, push']."

ABSTRACT - "Definitions: expressing a quality apart from an object, take from. Associated spellings/words: abstrahere ['draw away']."

ASPECT - "Definitions: way something looks to the eye or mind. Associated spellings/words: ad + specere ['look']."

apostates - "Definitions: one who stands away, a rebel." (Greek)

abn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stone' [Genesis 2:12; 11:13; 28:11, 22, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: eben."

adn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Eden' [Genesis 2:8]; 'pleasure' [Genesis 18:12]. Other meanings include: delight. Associated spellings/words: eden."

adn - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'time' [Daniel 2:8, 7:25]; 'times' [Daniel 2:21]. Associated spellings/words: iddan."

aban - "Definitions: water." (Persian)

Aton - "Definitions: Egyptian god of the solar disk: symbolized by the disk with rays ending in human hands. Associated spellings/words: Aten; Etana ['A man chosen by the gods to be the first Sumerian king on Earth']; atan ['wife'] (Mayan); adin ['age'] (Basque)."

aden - "Definitions: gland." (Greek)

etin - "Definitions: giant (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/words: thurs, rise, jette, kjempe, a kjempe ['to fight'], troll, a trolle ['to charm or conjure'], trolldom ['sorcery'], trollkvinne ['a witch'], trollman ['a wizard']."

ahpan - "Definitions: adorn." (Aztec)

haben - "Definitions: have." (German)

HAVEN - "Definitions: harbour. Associated spellings/words: haefen, hafn, havene, haven."

adhan - "Definitions: announcement; the Islamic call to prayer." (Arabic)

addan - "Definitions: strong." (Old Testament)

Athene - "Greeks claimed Athene was born from Zeus' head, after he swallowed her mother Metis. Associated spellings/words: athanatos ['deathless'] (Greek)."

HEAVEN - "Definitions: higher planes. Associated spellings/words: heofena rice ['Kingdom of Heaven'] (Old English)." heaven - "One of the eight symbols of Fo Hi (about 2800 B.C.), showing a series of three short parallel horizontal lines. Associated spellings/words: qian ['heaven'] (Chinese)."

Etana - "A man chosen by the gods to be the first Sumerian king on Earth."

apaana - "Definitions: outbreath." (Sanskrit)

adny - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lords' [Genesis 19:2]; 'lord' [Genesis 20:4]. Other definitions include: my lord. Associated spellings/words: 'adown; adonay."

adnyh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Adonijah' [1 Kings 1:13]. Associated spellings/words: 'Adoniyah."

adnyn - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'times' [Daniel 4:23]."

abnym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stools' [Exodus 1:16]; 'wheels' [Jeremiah 18:3]. Other definitions include: birthstool. Associated spellings/words: 'oben."

ethnos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Gentiles' [Matthew 4:15]; 'nation' [Matthew 21:43, 24:7]. Other definitions include: nations, pagan, pagans. Associated spellings/words: goy, goyim ['nation, nations'] (Hebrew)."

Athanasia - "Definitions: immortal (Greek). Associated spellings/words: a ['negative prefix'] + thanatos ['death']."

aphanizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'disfigure' [Matthew 6:16]; 'corrupt' [Matthew 6:19, 20]; 'perish' [Acts 13:41]; 'vanisheth' [James 4:14]. Other definitions include: to render invisible or unrecognizable; destroy. Associated spellings/words: apanizu, aphanismos."

aphanismos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'vanish' [Hebrews 8:13]. Ass- ociated spellings/words: apanismus; aphanizo."

Ataensic - "The 1st ancestor of the Irouqois and Huron peoples. She died giving birth to twin sons."

etnan - "Definitions: earnings of a female prostitute." (Hebrew) a

t nem - "Definitions: sleeping room." (Egyptian)

apanam - "Definitions: bend away from, give way to, to bow down before." (Sanskrit)

Abner - "Definitions: father of light." (Hebrew)

hefner - "Definitions: Symbol of Fertility and Regeneration. The frog had several Egyptian names but the most commonly used was kerer which represented the sound of a frog. The life cycle of the frog, which of course included the tadpole (hefner) stage, became the hieroglyph for 100,000, and it often decorated the shen ring ... thereby wishing Pharaoh a 100,000 year reign. Heket, the goddess of childbirth, paricularly in the final stages of labour, was the diety most closely associated with the frog. Plus four of the eight gods connected with the creation legend were said to have frog faces. These were Heh, Kek, Nun and Amun. As such, the frog was also thought of as 'the emblem of chaos', of primal matter, wet and unformed - the symbol of unformed man. Frogs were carried as talismans and were often placed within the wrappings of mummies as magical amulets to ensure rebirth for the deceased." (Egyptian) *Link: http://www.ancientnile.co.uk/symbols.php - [T.D. 05/04/08]

apangello - "Definitions: to report or announce. Associated spellings/words: katangello ['to announce something'] (Greek)

abend - "Definitions: evening." (German)

ADVANCE - "Definitions: bring or move forward. Associated spellings/words: abante, avant."

avanata - "Definitions: (p.p. of /ava+nam) bent down." (Sanskrit)

appendix - "Definitions: hanging from. Associated spellings/words: vermiform appendix ['worm- like appendage'] (Latin)."

athanatos - "Definitions: deathless." (Greek)

ADVANTAGE - "Definitions: a being ahead, superiority of position. Associated spellings/words: avantage, avant, abante."

adm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'man' [Genesis 1:26; 2:7; 5:2, etc.]. Other definitions include: mankind; first man; people. Associated spellings/words: Adam, Addam, advm ['red']; Adamu, Adamo, Adama, Ad, Ade, Addie; gbr ['man'] (Old Hebrew); anvs ['man'] (Old Hebrew)."

atm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'with them' [Genesis 7:13]."

Atum - "Egyptian god of the setting Sun: otherwise Amenti - the Sun below the horizon; by some reports, the legendary father of twins, Shu [Dryness] and Tefnut [Moisture]. Associated spellings/words: Tum."

Advm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Edom' [Genesis 36:8]. Other meanings include: the color red."

Adam - "When God created the first human being, who was half male and half female, He did it with the name Adam, meaning 'I will be like.' He made Adam in His own image [....]" [Based on article: (Dancing Letters) by Gilla Nissan - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 82]

ATOM - "Definitions: body so small as to be incapable of division; supposed ultimate particle of matter. Associated spellings/words: atomos ['indivisible, unbreakable'] (Greek)." atsm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bone' & 'bones' [Genesis 2:23; 29:14; 50:25]; 'selfsame' [Genesis 7:13; 17:23]; 'body' [Exodus 24:10]; 'life' [Job 7:15]. Other definitions include: same. Associated spellings/words: etsem; zh, zeh ['same'] (Genesis 7:11)."

aevum - "Definitions: age of time." (Latin) atsvm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mighty' [Genesis 18:18]; 'mightier' [Exodus 1:9]; 'feeble' [Proverbs 30:26]. Other meanings include: great, strong. Associated spellings/words: 'atsuwm."

hadam - "Definitions: digest." (Malay) atschyym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tree' [ats] of 'life' [chyym]" [Genesis 2:9]."

atma - "Definitions: the controller of the physical body, the unborn part, which survives death; breath of the soul; soul breath; spirit. Associated spellings/words: atman." (Sanskrit)

atma - "[....] The ancient Egyptians believed that the twin souls, or Baui, of the Great God Atum were the gods Ra and Osiris. The Upanishads of India reveal a similar double soul appearing in the form of birds: 'Two birds, inseparable companions, inhabit the same tree; the first eats of the fruit of the tree, the second regards it but does not eat. The first bird is Jivatma, and the second is Atma, or pure knowledge, free and unconditioned; and when they are joined inseparably, then the one is indistinguishable from the other except in an illusory sense [Rene Guenon, Man and His becoming According to the Vedanta (London 1945)].' The Sanskrit word jiva means soul, so literally jivatma means the soul form of Atma. The human soul is nourished by material existence, while the divine being is purely a spiritual phenomenon. [....]" [Based on: Parabola article (Ba and Khu, by Normandi Ellis - Vol. XXI, No. 2 (The Soul), 1996, p. 26]

admh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ground' [Genesis 2:5]; 'earth' [Genesis 6:1]. Associated spellings/words: adamah ['autumn, a time when the land dries up and forms clumps of earth']; ays adamh ['husbandman'] (Genesis 9:20)."

admh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Admah' [Genesis 10:19:]. Other meanings include: one of the cities of the vale of Siddim destroyed along with Sodom and Gomorrah; earth."

aphiemi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'suffer' [Matthew 3:15]; 'left' [Matthew 4:20]; 'let' & 'have' [Matthew 5:40]; 'forsaken' [Matthew 19:29]; 'yield- ed' [Matthew 27:50]. Other definitions include: suffered, leaveth, omitted, undone, forsook, dismiss, release, abandon. Associated spellings/words: apihmi."

Atmu - "Definitions: Egyptian god of the setting Sun. A primordial Egyptian god represented in the form of a human serpent. Associated spellings/words: atman Atum, Tem, Tum."

Adamu - "Name for the biblical Adam [or first man], known to the Chaldeans and Babylonians, recorded on clay tablets that predate the Hebrew scriptures. Associated spellings/ words: adm, adam; adamah ['ground'] (Hebrew)."

etemmu - "Definitions: ghost; the disembodied spirit of a man which survives after death; the Soul." (Sumerian Mythology)

atmos - "Definitions: vapor." (Latin)

Athamus - "Greek myth name of the father of Phrixus, meaning 'rich harvest.' "

[Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

atimazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'shamefully' [Luke 20:11]. Other definitions include: shame, dishonor, dishonorest, despised. Associated spellings/ words: atimazu; atimao; atimia ['dishonor']."

ATMOSPHERE - "Definitions: atmos ['vapor'] + sphaira ['ball']." (Greek)

AUTUMN - "Definitions: the season between summer and winter."

ADMINISTER - "Definitions: serve, manage, give out. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + ministrare ['serve']."

atman - "Definitions: m. self, myself etc. (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: atmanah."

ADAMANT - "Definitions: untameable; hard rock or mineral; extreme hardness; magnetic; invincible. Associated spellings/words: a ['not'] + daman ['to subdue'] (Greek)." Apam Napat - "Definitions: Offspring of the Waters; Son of the waters; a fiery guardian spirit immanent in waters, who gives off light without fuel, who shines forth clad in lightning, and who must be properly approached and propitiated by successful priestly drawers of water." (Vedic / Avestan)

ADMIRE - "Definitions: wonder at. Associated spellings/words: ad + mirari ['wonder']."

Audhumla - "Definitions: the nourisher; a gigantic cow from whose udder flowed four great streams of milk. primal ox ['aurochs']." (Norse Mythology)

ephemeris - "Definitions: over in a day; existing only for a day; table showing the places of heavenly bodies for every day of a period; astronomical almanac; diary." ephemeron - "Definitions: mayfly." (Greek)

ATOMIC - "Definitions: relating to atoms. Associated spellings/words: a + tomos."

Adamkaidmon - "In occult tradition Adam Kadmon was the perennial Fool, or Prince of Fools, symbolizing the unenlightened man. His name was given to the zero-numbered Fool of the Tarot; a cabalistic term for the awakened Adam, or regenerate man."

ADMIT - "Definitions: to let go, send; allow the truth; allow to enter. Associated spellings/ words: ad ['to'] + mittere ['let go, send']." atma pad - "Definitions: spirit world, referring generally to the astral plane or first region; more technically, refers to Daswan Dwar, the third spiritual region, where the soul gains self-realization [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456]." (Sanskrit)

apr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dust' [Genesis 2:7; 3:14; 18:27]; 'rubbish' [Nehemiah 4:2]. Other definitions include: earth, mortar, ashes, powder. Associated spellings/words: apr [ayin + peth + resh], aphar; aprvt; rba, roba (Old Hebrew)."

apl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'darkness' [Job 28:3]: the stones ['abn'] of darkness ['apl']. Associated spellings/words: ophel."

abr - "Definitions: cloud (Persian). Associated spellings/words: ater ['black']; oc; Athyr; itr; atira ['be fragrant'] (Arab)."

abr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'made' [Genesis 8:1; 18:3]; 'pass' [Genesis 8:1; 18:3, 5; 30:32; 31:52; 32:16], [Exodus 12:12, 23], [Proverbs 8:29, etc.]; 'passed' [Genesis 12:6; 15:17; 31:21; 32:10; 32:22, etc.]; 'come' [Genesis 18:5, etc.]; 'current' [Genesis 23:16]; 'over' [Genesis 32:21, etc.]; 'removed' [Genesis 47:21]; 'past' [Genesis 50:4]; 'set apart' [Exodus 13:12]; 'Go on' [Exodus 17:5]; 'sound' [Leviticus 25:9]; 'went' [Numbers 22:26, etc.]; 'go beyond' [Numbers 24:13]; 'made a part- ition' [1 Kings 6:21]. Other definitions include: passeth, sent over, to pass through or over, transgress, rebel, rebellion. Associated spellings/words: 'abar [ayin + beth + resh]."

hbr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'astrologers' [Isaiah 47:13]. Other definitions include: diviners. Associated spellings/words: habar; smym hbr, shamayim habar ['diviners of the heavens']; asp, assap ['astrologers'] (Aramaic)."

Abl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Abel' [Genesis 4:2]. Other definitions include: the second son of Adam and Eve. Associated spellings/words: hebel ['a puff of air; breath'] (Hebrew); aplu ['son'] (Babylonian)."

Atl - "Definitions: water; God of the waters (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: atli ['to drink water']."

atr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'intreated' [Genesis 25:21]. Other definitions include: to pray or entreat, prayer. Associated spellings/words: 'athar."

adr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'glorious' [Exodus 15:11]. Associated spellings/words: adar."

'abar - "Definitions: to be strong (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words; kabbir, geber. Other definitions include: wing, or pinion, implying flight or soaring." *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

Adar - "Hebrew month 12: [February - March / 29 or 30 days]. Associated spellings/words: adr."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/jewish.html

Adar II - "Hebrew month 13: [March - April / 29 days]. Associated spellings/words: adr b."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/jewish.html

hdr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'honour' [Psalm 145:5]; 'majesty' [Psalm 145:12]. Other definitions include: splendour. Associated spellings/words: hadar."

atsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'restrained' [Genesis 16:2]; 'closed up' [Genesis 20:18]; 'shut up' [1 Kings 8:35]; 'recover' [2 Chronicles 13:20]; 'prevail' [2 Chronicles 14:11]. Other definitions include: stayed; detained; kept from; stop; not able; retained; refrained. Associated spellings/words: atsar."

atsl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'by' [Genesis 39:10, 16; 41:3], [1 Samuel 20:19], [Proverbs 8:30]; 'with' [Genesis 39:15, 18]; 'beside' [Leviticus 1:16; 6:10; 10:12], [Deuteronomy 11:30]; 'near unto' [Deuteronomy 16:21]. Associated spellings/words: 'etsel."

adar - "Definitions: branch (Basque). Associated spellings/words: edari ['drink'] (Basque)."

chpr - "Definitions: humble, humility. Associated spellings/words: hapar." (Hebrew)

abal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mourned' [Genesis 37:34]. Other definitions include: lament, lamented. Associated spellings/words: 'abal."

chbl - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'destroy' [Daniel 4:23]."

ABLE /s - "Definitions: 'adj. Probably about 1375, borrowed from Old French hable, able, from Latin habilis easily managed or held, from habere to have, hold.' [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, 1995 edition, p. 3]. Associated spellings/ words: abilis, bilis, ible; IBLE /s ['able, can do']."

EVER - "Definitions: always. Associated spellings/words: aefre."

adar - "Definitions: fire. (Persian). Associated spellings/words: atash; atesh; adur (Pahlavi); atar (Avestan)."

Adar - "Twelfth exilic Hebrew month name; February - March. Associated spellings/words: Addaru ['worry?', 'threshing floor?'; '12th Akkadian month name']."

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."

chdl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'left off' [Genesis 11:8]. Other definitions include: cease, ceased, left, leave, unoccupied. Associated spellings/ words: chadal."

apere - "Definitions: fasten." (Latin)

apple - "Trivia: A Roman banquet always progressed from eggs to apples - beginning with the symbol of creation and ending with the symbol of completion. Hidden inside the apple was the magic pentacle, or sign of Kore."

habir - "Definitions: a person initiated in a mystery or in mystery wisdom (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: habiru ['allies']."

heter - "Name for Egyptian hieroglyphs that depict two persons holding hands; friendship."

ether - "Definitions: clear space; substance permeating space; an imaginary and incorruptible substance supposed to fill the heavens; heavenly air; a type of matter more subtle than ordinary matter; vacuum matter; a term applied to a whole class of organic compounds with a structure similar to that of the original ether. Associated spellings/words: aether, aither ['upper air; the father of Pan']; aethereus (Greek)."

Aether - "Definitions: clear space; substance permeating space; an imaginary and incorruptible substance supposed to fill the heavens; heavenly air; 'upper air'; a type of matter more subtle than ordinary matter; vacuum matter; a term applied to a whole class of organic compounds with a structure similar to that of the original ether. Mythology: Greek myth name of one of the first gods, the son of Erebos and Nyx. Associated spell- ings/words: aether, aither ['upper air; the father of Pan']; aethereus (Greek)."

aethele - "Definitions: noble, fine" (Anglo-Saxon).

addle - "Definitions: rotten, putrid, mire, mud, liquid filth." hablar - "Definitions: to speak (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: hataal ['Chants, sings'] (Navajo)."

Hathor - "Definitions attributed to Hathor include: Egyptian Mother of the Gods; Queen of Heaven; the Horned cow goddess of love and happiness; another name for Isis; the female attribute of the Creator. Other words or spellings associated with Hathor include: Het-Hert ['the House Above']; later Hat-Hor ['the House of Horus']. (Egyptian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: 'An alternate name for Hathor, which persisted for 3,000 years, was Mehturt (also spelt Mehurt, Mehet-Weret, and Mehet-uret), meaning "great flood, a direct reference to her being the milky way. [citation needed]' "
*Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hathor

Hathor - "Egyptian Zodiac sign 10 [May 26 - June 24]: Goddess of Earth and Sky. She is emotion- al, expressive and strongly linked with love. Those born under this sign enjoy life to the fullest. They are experts at winning the best in most situations. Associated spellings/words: Hathur, pA-n-int (Egyptian), Paone (Coptic), Ba'unah (Arabic)."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/egyptian.html

Hathor - "Hathor's worship originated in Egypt during the predynastic times (4th millennium BC). The Egyptian word Hor translates as 'face'. Hathor was closely connected with the sun god Re of Heliopolis, whose 'eye' or daughter she was said to be." *Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

Aether - "Definitions: 'Aether is the Aditi of the Hindus, and it is Akasa.' [Based on: T.S.D. Vol. 1, by H.P. Blavatsky (1999 edition), p. 332]."

ADHERE - "Definitions: stick fast. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + haerere ['to stick'] (Latin)."

hataal - "Definitions: Chants, sings." (Navajo)

aplh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'darkness' [Isaiah 58:10]. Associated spellings/words: aphelah."

atrh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'crown' [2 Samuel 2:30]. Associated spellings/words: 'atarah."

atra - "Definitions: here, in this, on this; on this matter, about this." (Sanskrit)

apara - "Definitions: other different." (Sanskrit)

abhra - "Definitions: cloud." (Sanskrit)

abrah - "Definitions: an overflow, fury, anger." (Hebrew)

adala - "Definitions: to act justly." (Arabic)

hathra - "Definitions: together, together with, at the same time; thither; united." (Avestan)

adarah - "Definitions: care, respect, trouble, anxiety (to do something) (Sanskrit). Associat- ed spellings/words: adaram kr ['take care (to)']." (Sanskrit)

abry - "Definitions: an ancient form of the word Hebrew. Associated spellings/words: Ibri, Habriu, Apriu, Abru." adri - "Definitions: rock, mountain." (Sanskrit)

Hataali - "Definitions: Singer." (Dine) Afrit - "Definitions: 'A class of nature spirits or elementals represented in Arabic mythology as a powerful evil jinn. Associated spellings/words: ifrit' "
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/adi-ag.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

abrv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Hebrew' [Genesis 14:13]. Other definitions include: wanderers. Associated spellings/words: hapiru, apriu, abiru, habiru, hapiru." apriu - "Definitions: a class of foriegn stonemasons." (Egyptian)

hapiru - Definitions: reportedly, the Apiru [hapiru] are widely distributed over the Near East throughout the second millennium. They are not an ethnic group, such as 'Hebrew' came to designate in early Old Testament times. They are regularly outsiders, usually serving in some official capacity. Often they are warriors, though in Nuzu they are servile. Abraham is an outsider, serving in an official capacity, to judge from Genesis 23:6, where the members of the Hittite enclave address him as 'My Lord' and add 'you are an exalted prince in our midst.' In Genesis 14 he is a successful warrior, and it is precisely in that chapter that he is called the 'Hebrew'."

Addaru - "Twelvth Akkadian month name; February - March. Associated spellings/words: Adar ['12th exilic Hebrew month name']."

Heter(O) - "Definitions: other." apeileo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'threaten' [Acts 4:17]; 'threaten- ed' [1 Peter 2:23]. Other definitions include: threat, warn, warning. Associated spellings/words: aphilho." A

tlas - "Mythology: Pre-Hellenic Titan, or earth-god, condemned to carry the world on his back because he took part in the Giant's Revolt against the Olympian gods; Son of: Iapetus & Clymene; Brother of: Prometheus & Epimetheus; a mountain in Libya which was held to support the heavens; a book of maps. Associated spellings/words: Atlant."

ADDRESS - "Definitions: right to the point, make straight or right; direct; direct one's remarks to. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + directus ['straight' or 'right'] (Latin)."

Attalos - "The king of Pergamus." (Greek)

hetairos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fellows' [Matthew 11:16]; 'friend' [Matthew 20:13; 22:12; 26:50]. Other definitions include: companion. Associated spellings/words: etairos."

aporizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sever' [Matthew 13:49]. Other definitions include: to set apart, separate, divideth, separated. Associated spellings/words: aphorizo; chorizo ['to separate, to divide']."

aproskopos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'void of offense' [Acts 26:14]. Other definitions include: none offense, without offence, blameless."

aprn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Ephron' [Genesis 25:9]. Other definitions include: he who owned the field that Abraham purchased for a burying place."

apron - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fools' [Luke 11:40]; 'fool' [Luke 12:20]. Other definitions include: foolish, unwise. Associated spellings/words: aphron."

ADORN - "Definitions: fashion, deck, decorate with ornaments. Associated spellings/words: ad + ornare."

athlon - "Definitions: prize." (Greek)

Avalon - "Definitions: Apple-isle, the Celtic paradise across the western sea, where gods and heroes were fed on the apples of immortality. The island where King Arthur's sword Caliburnus [Excalibur] was made. A country ruled by Morgan, the Queen of the Dead."

Adrian - "Of Hadria [a town in northern Italy that gave its name to the Adriatic sea]." (Latin)

apeiron - "Definitions: indefinite." (Greek)

Adlivun - "Literally, those beneath us; the underworld of Central Eskimo mythology."

Apollyon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Apollyon' [Revelation 9:11]. Associated spellings/words: Apolluwn; Abaddon."

Atharvan - "Definitions: a class of fire priests." (Hindu)

Atra-Hasis - "The 18th century BCE Akkadian epic of Atra-Hasis is named after its protagon- ist. An 'Atra-Hasis' ('exceedingly wise') appears on one of the Sumerian king lists as king of Shuruppak in the times before the flood. Stephanie Dalley[1] mentions the similarity of the name Atra-Hasis to that of Prometheus ('Forethinker'), father of the Greek Deluge hero Deucalion. The Atra-Hasis tablets include both a creation myth and a flood account, which is one of three surviving Babylonian deluge stories. The oldest known copy of the epic tradition concerning Atrahasis[2] can be dated by colophon (scribal identif-
ication) to the reign of Hammurabi's great-grandson, Ammi-Saduqa (1646–1626 BCE), but various Old Babylonian fragments exist; it continued to be copied into the first millennium BCE. [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atrahasis]

aparneomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'deny' [Matthew 16:24]. Other definitions include: denied, renounce, disown. Associated spellings/words: aparnhomai; arneomai ['to deny, disown']."

APPARENT - "Definitions: visible. Associated spellings/words: apparens, apparere."

Abrm - "Definitions attributed to Abrm include: Hebrew spelling for 'Abraham' in the Biblical story of Genesis; Exalted father; High father; Son of Terah; Father of a multitude, born at Ur in Chaldea. History: in Genesis 17:5 Abrm's name was changed to Abrhm [Abraham]; Reportedly, this name meaning 'Father Brahm' seems to have been a Semitic version of India's patriarchal god Brahma. He was also the Islamic Abrama, the founder of Mecca but Islamic legends say Abraham was a late intruder into the shrine of the Kaaba. He bought it from priestesses of its original Goddess. Sarah, 'the Queen,' was one of the Goddess's titles, which became a name of Abraham's biblical 'wife.' Jehovah first appeared to Abraham at the sacred oak of Shechem, where Abraham built his altar. later Abraham built an altar to the oak god of Mamre at Hebron." Abram - "Definitions: Exalted father, high father; the Son of Terah; Father of a multitude, Born at Ur in Chaldea. The new name for Abrm recorded in the biblical story of Genesis 17:5. Associated spellings/words: Abrhm."

Aprym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Ephraim' [Genesis 41:52]: And the name of the second called he Ephraim: 'for God hath made me fruitful in the land of my affliction.' Other definitions include: the second son of Joseph and Asenath; the brother of Manasseh."

aplym - Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'emerods' [1 Samuel 5:6]. Other definitions include: hemorroids. Associated spellings/words: aplym (thchrym)." Ivrim - "[....] Ivrim is the Hebrew name for the Hebrew people. It comes from the verb 'to pass on,' or 'to be a passerby,' which puts them in constant motion. Inwardly they are in transition, moving rung after rung closer to Hashem. Outwardly they are wanderers, people who cross borders, moving from place to place as pursuers of Justice and seekers of Truth. [....]" [Based on article: (Dancing Letters) by Gilla Nissan - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 82]

aparam - "Definitions: in the future." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html abhram - "Definitions: cloud." (Sanskrit)

Abraham - "Definitions: 'from 'ab father, ancestor + the verbal root raham to heap together, bring together'. *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

Abraham - "Reportedly, this name meaning 'Father Brahm' seems to have been a Semitic version of India's patriarchal god Brahma; he was also the Islamic Abrama, founder of Mecca. But Islamic legends say Abraham was a late intruder into the shrine of the Kaaba. He bought it from priestesses of its original Goddess. Sarah, 'the Queen,' was one of the Goddess's titles, which became a name of Abraham's Biblical 'wife.' Jehovah first appeared to Abraham at the sacred oak of Shechem, where Abraham built his altar. Later Abraham built an altar to the oak god of Mamre at Hebron. Associated spellings/words: Abrm." hathrem - "Definitions: a measure of distance or time of travel(Avestan). Associated spellings/ words: hathra."

Abrama - "The founder of Mecca." (Islamic)

hablur - "Definitions: crystal." (Malay)

aperire - "Definitions: to open (Latin). Associated spellings/words: April."

APPROACH - "Definitions: move closer to. Associated spellings/words: ap + propius, prope ['near']."

APPLY - "Definitions: place in contact. Associated spellings/words: ap + plicare ['fold']."

apilarguros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'not covetous' [Matthew 3:15]; 'without covetousness' [Hebrews 13:5]. Other definitions include: not a lover of money. Associated spellings/words: aphilarguros, aphilargyros."

Abraxas - "Gnostic god identified with both Mithra and Jehovah, called 'Our Father' and 'Lord of Hosts' in the early Christian era. Like Mithra, Abraxas represented 'the 365 Aeons,' 365,000 years allotted to the present world's lifespan, based on the Hindu idea that one god-year equals a thousand man-years. Jewish scripturists incorporated this belief into Psalms 90;4, and into the First Book of Adam and Eve, where God said his five and a half days meant 5,500 years for man."

Abraxas - "Definitions: 'Mystical term used by the Gnostics to indicate the supreme entity of our cosmic hierarchy or its manifestation in the human being which they called the Christos. .... cosmic Oversoul, the creative or Third Logos, Brahma. ....' " *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

apraketa - "Definitions: undifferentiated." (Sanskrit)

ADDRESS - "Definitions: make straight or right; direct; direct one's remarks to. Associated spellings/words: ad + directus."

Atargatis - "Definitions: 12th sign of the Zodiac, ruled by the planet Neptune. Mythology: '[....] The earliest Egyptian and Babylonian stories about the two heavenly fishes associate them with the Syro-Phoenecian fish cult of the goddess Atargatis and her son Ichthys, who partake of the archetype of the Great Mother and her seasonally sacrificed son/lover that is found throughout the ancient mideast. [....] [Based on: Parabola article (Gemini and the Path of Paradox, by Kat Duff, Vol. XIX, No. 2, 1994 (Twins), p. 13]' " (Greek Mythology)

Aprth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for 'Ephrath' [Genesis 35:19]; the place where [on the way to] that Rachel died."

aprvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dust' [Proverbs 8:26]. Associated spellings/words: aphar, apr [ayin + peth + resh]."

Abred - "Definitions: 'Abred, Cylch yr Abred (Welsh) Inchoation; the cycle of inchoation. The lowest of the three cycles of existence in Druidism, including the human kingdom and probably the animal and vegetable; "the Cycle of Abred, in which all are embodied and dead existences" (bardf p. ?). Abred has four stages: Annwn, Obryn, Cydfil, and Dyndeb. ....'.
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

adelp - "First letter of the Phonetian alphabet. The original form reportedly represented the ox, and referred to the position of the sun at the vernal equinox in the constell- ation Taurus." abryvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Hebrew women' [Exodus 1:16]."

Atzilut - "The World of Emanation; the first world, the highest universe, the domain of the Sefirot themselves; the world encompassing Kether, Hokhmah, and Binah; nearness; the hidden God's first form of activity: a raying-out of his inexhaustable energy in the form of ideal or archetypal representations which will in time become the models for all things in the world (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: atsiluth."

EFFORT - "Definitions: a putting forth of strength." adelphe - "Definitions: one from the same whomb, sister (Greek). Associated spellings/words: adelphos ['brother']."

Het-hert - "Definitions: the house above, the house of Horus (Egyptian). Associated spellings/ words: heter ['make friends, be in league with someone'] (Egyptian)."

Apertio - "Definitions: 'Opening', an important stage in Christian initiation."

aplotes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'simplicity' [Romans 12:8]. Other definitions include: sincerity, uprightness, liberality, bountifulness, singleness. Associated spellings/words: aploths, haplotes; aphelotes ['singleness'] (Acts 2:46)."

adelphos - "Definitions: one from the same whomb, brother (Greek). Associated spellings/words: adelphe ['sister']."

adelphos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'brethren' [Matthew 1:2]. Other definitions include: brother, neighbor, kinsman. Associated spellings/words: adhlphos."

Atropos - "Definitions: Cutter; the third of the Greek trinity of Fates [Moerae]. She was the Destroyer whose function was to cut the thread of life that the first sister spun, and the second one wove. Usually depicted as an old woman carrying a pair of shears."

Adalheidis - "Definitions: noble person (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: Adela, Adel."

apallotrioo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'aliens' [Ephesians 2;12]; 'alienated' [Ephesians 4:18], [Colossians 1:21]. Other meanings include: separate; excluded; a state of being lost. Associated spellings/words: apallutriuu."

Adliparmiut - "Definitions: those farthest below." (Eskimo)

aparvan - "Definitions: undivided." (Sanskrit)

Aphrodite - "Definitions: Greek goddess of love; foam-borne. Associated spellings/words: aphros ['foam'] (Greek); Asherah; Astarte; Inana, Inanna (Sumerian); Ishtar (Babylonian); Anat (Canannite); Isis (Egyptian)."

HABILITATE - "Definitions: qualify. Associated spellings/words:

HABILITATE; habilitus ['ability']."

hpk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'turned' [Genesis 3:24]; 'overthrow' [Genesis 19:21]. Associated spellings/words: haphak."

abq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wrestled' [Genesis 32:24, 25]. Associated spellings/words: 'abaq." abq - "Definitions:

abaq = 'dust'? *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

atk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'removed' [Genesis 12:8]; 'become old' [Job 21:7]. Associated spellings/words: athaq."

abaq - "Definitions: struggle." (Hebrew)

Apex - "Definitions: pointed conical cap worn by the Roman high priest, Flamen Dialis."

EDGE - "Definitions: line where something begins or ends."

ETCH - "Definitions: make lines on with acid."

atekh - "Definitions: to crush, to bruise, to pound, to cook food; to knead dough, to rub down." (Egyptian)

HATCH - "Definitions: half-door; bring forth from the egg; inlay, engrave lines on."

ATTACH - "Definitions: seize, arrest; fasten, join."

atcha - "Definitions: to commit a crime, to do evil, to oppress; wind breeze; to joke, to jest." (Egyptian)

apago - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'leadeth' [Matthew 7:13]; 'led' & 'away' [Matthew 27:31]; 'put to death' [Acts 12:9]; 'bring' [Acts 23:17]; 'carried away' [1 Corinthians 12:2]. Other definitions include: led away, to lead away, to be mislead."

abakos - "Definitions: a board on which one solved problems (Greek). Associated spellings/words: abax 'slab']."

apeksa - "Definitions: consideration, regard." (Sanskrit)

adikema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'wrong' [Acts 18:14]. Other definitions include: crime, evil doing, iniquities. Associated spellings/words: adikhma."

apechomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'abstain' [Acts 15:20], [1 Thessalonians 4:3]. Other definitions include: keep away from, refrain from, avoid. Associated spellings/words: aphchumai."

adokimos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'reprobate' [Romans 1:28]; 'castaway' [1 Corinthians 9:27]; 'rejected' [Hebrews 6:8]. Other definitions include: fail, failure, disqualified. Associated spellings/words: a ['not'] + dokimazo ['passing the test, approval']."

chdql - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Hiddekel' [Genesis 2:14]. Other definitions include: the 'third head' of the river flowing out of Eden; rapid mot- ion. Associated spellings/words: idiiklat (Assyrian); Idigna (Sumerian?) Idiglat (Akkadian?)."

apochresis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'using' [Colossians 2:22]. Other definitions include: to use up. Associated spellings/words: apochrhsis."

epikaleomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'appeal' [Acts 25:11]. Other definitions include: call out to; appeal to. Associated spellings/words: hpikalemai; parakaleo; paraklesis; hntugchano, entynchano ['to approach, to meet with a person; to intercede for or against someone, intersession']."

apokruphos - "Definitions: hidden, secret (Greek). Associated spellings/words: apocrypha."

apokalupto - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'revealed' [Matthew 10:26]. Other definitions include: reveal, to disclose, or bring to light, revelation. Associated spellings/words: apukaluptu, apokalupsis, apokalypsis."

epakoloutheo - "Definitions: to follow [close] upon, follow after." (Greek)

abjad - "Definitions: alphabet." (Malay) Avagddu - Definitions: Darkness, the son of Ceridwen." (Welsh Mythology)

ADJUST - "Definitions: to set beside. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + juxta ['next']."

ADEQUATE - "Definitions: enough." apokathistemi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'restored' [Matthew 12:13]; 'restore' [Matthew 17:11], [Acts 1:6]. Other definitions include: restoreth. Associated spellings/words: apukathisthmi; apokathistano; apokatastasis."

apokteino - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'kill' [Matthew 10:28]. Other definitions include: put to death, killed, killest, slay, slain, slew. Associat- ed spellings/words: apukthinu."

apokatallasso - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'reconcile' [Ephesians 2:16]; 'reconciled' [1 Colossians 1:21]. Associated spellings/words: apukatallassu; katalasso ['to reconcile']; katallage ['reconciliation']; diallasso."

APT - "Definitions: likely. Associated spellings/words: aptus, apere."

abt - "Definitions: place of purification." (Egyptian)

Abd - "Definitions: Moslem eternity which has a beginning but no end, in contrast to azl, an eternity without a beginning." *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

abd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'to till' [Genesis 2:5, 3:23]; 'to dress' [Genesis 2:15]; 'tiller' [Genesis 4:2]; 'served' [Genesis 14:4]; 'made' [Exodus 1:12]; 'perish' [Jonah 1:6,14]. Other definitions include: serve, labour, work, to do, execute, enslaved. Associated spellings/words: 'abad."

abd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'servent' & 'servents' [Genesis 9:25, 18:3]; 'menservents' [Genesis 12:16]. Associated spellings/words: ebed."

Apep - "Definitions: Egyptian and Greek names of the Great Serpent of the underworld. Associated spellings/words: Aapep, Apophis, Apollyon."

avap - "Definitions: obtain, acquire." (Sanskrit)

'abab - "Definitions: 'to blossom, bear fruit' " *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

atsb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sorrow' [Genesis 3:16], [Proverbs 10:22]; 'grieved' [Genesis 6:6]; 'have made' [Job 10:8]; 'wrest' [Psalm 56:5]; 'sorrows' [Psalm 127:2]; 'labours' [Proverbs 5:10, 14:23]; 'grievous' [Proverbs 15:1]; 'idol' [Jeremiah 22:28]; 'to worship' or 'image' [Jeremiah 44:19]. Other definitions include: displeased, sorry, hurt, vexed. Associated spellings/words: atsab."

abad - "Definitions: eternity (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: abadi ['eternal; immortal'] (Malay)."

hdat - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the phrase 'of the knowledge of' [Genesis 2:9]. Other definitions include: the knowledge. Associated spellings/words: ha daath; hadith (Arabic)."

EDIT - "Definitions: change, revise and prepare for publication."

apate - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'deceitfulness' [Matthew 13:22]. Other definitions include: deceitful, deceive, deceivableness, deceivings. Associated spellings/words: apath; apatos ['deceive, deceived']; exapatao ['deceive, deceived']."

hadad - "The son of Anyu and the Assyrian god of storms and floods. Associated spellings/words: Adad ['thunder']; 'adad [to be powerful, strong'] (Semitic); Ishkur ['Sumerian name for Adad']; (Sumerian); Ramman ['thunderer'] (Akkadian); ."

atapah - "Definitions: heat (esp. of sun)." (Sanskrit)

chpts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'delight' [Genesis 34:19]. Other definitions include: like, please, pleased, will, would, desire, pleasure. Associated spellings/words: chpts."

hadad - "The son of Anyu and the Assyrian god of storms and floods. Associated spellings/words: Adad ['thunder']; Ishkur ['Sumerian name for Adad']; (Sumerian); Ramman ['thunderer'] (Akkadian)."

h-d-th - "Definitions: to speak; to be new. (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: Hadith."

Hadith - "Definitions: talk, speech, narrative, news; statements of Muhammad outside of the Quran (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: hdat."

epta - "Definitions: seven (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hepta ['seven'] (German)."

abdh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bondage' [Exodus 1:14]; 'service' [Exodus 1:14]; 'serve' [Exodus 1:14]. Other definitions include: work, labors. Associated spellings/words: 'abodah."

Adapa - "The [spiritual] son of Ea. Reportedly, 'The Adapa legend deals with a theme familar from the Gilgamesh Epic: a hero's futile quest for immortality. Like Adam, Adapa had obtained knowledge or wisdom, but not immortality. Summoned to heaven, Adapa was told by Ea that he would be offered the bread of death and the water of death there. Ea instructed him not to partake of either. But as it turned out, the bread of life and the water of life were offered to him; yet following Ea's unfortunate advice, he refused both and lost his chance to win eternal life. The discovery of this text at Tell el-Amarna, in Egypt, shows its wide distribution far from the homeland.' Other words or spellings associated with Adapa include: Uan; Oannes." (Babylonian Mythology)

atsba - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'finger' [Exodus 8:19, 31:18]. Associated spellings/words: 'etsba."

abaaba - "Definitions: fence; to protect; to block one's vision; wall of a house." (Kapinga)

abti - "Definitions: East." (Egyptian)

abdi - "Definitions: slave." (Malay)

apatyam - "Definitions: offspring." (Sanskrit)

apto - "Definitions: touch, to hold on to. Associated spellings/words: hapto." (Greek)

abtu - "The Egyptian name of Abydos; the Great fish of the Abyss; an early yonic shrine where the god died and entered his Mother's womb, the underworld."

abdo - "Definitions: put away, remove; hide, conceal (Latin). Associated spellings/words: abduco ['to lead, or take away; detach, withdraw'] (Latin)."

adbhuta - "Definitions: extraordinary." (Sanskrit) apothho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'away' & 'thrust' [Acts 7:27]. Other definitions include: put, from, hath, cast away, to reject. Associated spellings/words: apothho."

atheteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'reject' [Mark 6:26]; 'nothing' [1 Corinthians 1:19]; 'frustrate' [Galatians 2:21]; 'disannulleth' [Galatians 3:15]; 'cast off' [1 Timothy 5:12]. Other definitions include: rejected, despise, despis- eth. Associated spellings/words: athhtho; apotheo ['to thrust away']; apodokimazo; adokimos ['disapproved']."

apatos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'deceive' [Ephesians 5:6]; 'deceived' [1 Timothy 2:14]; 'deceiveth' [James 1:26]. Other definitions include: ethical enticement. Associated spellings/words: apate ['deceit, deceitfulness']; exapatao ['deceive, deceived']." atopos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'amiss' [Luke 23:41]; 'harm' [Acts 28:6]; 'unreasonable' [2 Thessalonians 3:2]. Other definitions include: wrong, out of place."

apeithes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'disobedient' [Luke 1:17]. Associated spellings/words: aphithhs; apeithei; apeitheo."

aeftan - "Definitions: adverb: after, behind, from behind." (Old English) abaton - "[....] The Greek word for the pit was abaton, which the Jews corrupted into Abaddon - later a familar Christian synonym for hell. Also called a mundus or earth-womb, the abaton was a real pit, standard equiptment in a pagan temple. [....] (Based on: Barbara Walker, The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths & Secrets, p. 2). Associated spellings/words: Abaddon."

atsbvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sorrow' [Genesis 3:16]; 'toil' [Genesis 5:29]. Associated spellings/words: 'itstsabown."

Abaddon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Abaddon' [Revelation 9:11]. Other definitions include: '[....] another name for Apollo-Python, the serpent deity in the Pit of the Delphic oracle who inspired the seeress with mystic vapors from his nether world. [....] (Based on: Barbara Walker, The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths & Secrets, p. 2). Associated spellings/words: Abaddwn; Apollyon, Apolluon, Apollown."

apothnesko - "Definitions: to die (Greek). Associated spellings/words: nekros ['dead']; thanatos ['death']; thanatoo ['to kill']; thnetos ['mortal']."

aptomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'touched' [Matthew 8:3]. Other definitions include: touch, to hold on to. Associated spellings/words: haptomai; apto, hapto."

AFTER - "Definitions: back, again; at a later time. Associated spellings/words: aftar, aftra ['behind, after']; aeftan ['from behind']; achter; aptr ['back']; avil ['year'] (Etruscan)."

abdul - "Definitions: servant of." (Arabic)

Ababel - "Definitions: 'The Father Tree or mystic Tree of Life in the Koran' " (Arabic)
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

Abthur - "Definitions: '... the father of the Demiurgus or architect of the visible universe.' (Gnostic). Other definitions include: 'Third Life'." *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

AFFAIR - "Definitions: to do. Associated spellings/words: ad ['to'] + facere ['do']."

Athtar - "Definitions: son of El and Asherah." (Ugaritic)

apotero - "Definitions: farther away (Greek). Associated spellings/words: apoter, apataram."

epaphras - "Definitions: lovely (Greek). Associated spellings/words: epaphroditus."

aptharsia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'immortality' [Romans 2:7]; 'incorruption' [1 Corinthians 15:42]; 'sincerity' [Ephesians 6:24]. Other definitions include: undying, integrity, forever. Associated spellings: apthartos."

epiblepo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'look' [Luke 9:39]. Other definitions include: to look favorably upon. Associated spellings/words: hpiblhpo."

apthartus - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'uncorruptible' [Romans 1:23]; 'immortal' [1 Timothy 1:17]. Other definitions include: imperishable, unfading, forever, integrity. Associated spellings: apthartos; aptharsia."

apodeixis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'demonstration' [1 Corinthians 2:4]. Other definitions include: compelling proof. Associated spellings/words: apudhixis."

apodeiknumi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'approved' [Acts 2:22]; 'prove' [Acts 25:7]. Other definitions include: to demonstrate, to exibit. Associated spellings/words: apudhiknumi."

apodokimazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'rejected' [Matthew 21:42]; 'disallowed' [1 Peter 2:4, 7]. Other definitions include: worthless. Associat- ed spellings/words: apudukimazu."

apodektos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'acceptable' [1 Timothy 2:3, 5:4]. Other definitions include: pleasing. Associated spellings/words: apudhktus."

aftit - "Definitions: box, coffer, chest, coffin, sarchophagus (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: aftcht."

ADOPT - "Definitions: take up and practice as one's own."

ADAPT - "Definitions: adjust. Associated spellings/words: ad + optare."

epoptes - "Definitions: "One who has beheld or seen directly." (Greek)

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