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F, P, B

pr - "Definitions: most primal or basic form of something in time and space (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: pir ['old man'] (Persian)."

pr - "Definitions: fill, fullfill, enrich." (Sanskrit)

pl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'caused' [Genesis 2:21]; 'fall' [Genesis 2:21, etc.]; 'fell' [Genesis 4:5, etc.]; 'died' [Genesis 25:18]; 'rot' [Numbers 5:27]; 'lost' [Numbers 6:12]; 'divided' [Joshua 23:4]; 'lay' [Judges 4:22, etc.]. Other definitions include: perish, failed, ceased, overthrown. Associated spellings/words: npl, naphal; pal ['do, make'] (Old Hebrew); ash ['do, make']."

br - "Transliterated Aramaic? spelling for the word/words 'Son' [Psalm 2:12]; 'son' [Proverbs 31:2]. Associated spellings/words bar; br mtsvh ['son of the covenant'] (Hebrew?)."

br - "Definitions: pure, clean (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: bar; brr, barar ['to clean, make bright, to purify']; thr, taher ['clean, pure']." (Hebrew)

FAR - "Definitions: to an advanced point or extent. Associated spellings/words: fer, ver, fairra, para, pera ['further']; ire ['beyond']."

vel - "Definitions: spear, lance, etc." (Tamil)

fel - "Definitions: cruel (Old English. Associated spelling/words: feall ['treachery'] (Gaelic); vel ['cunning artifice'] (Old Norse)." See: Fell Riders @ *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

PAR - "Definitions: equality of value; stated value, common level, accepted standard or normal condition. Associated spellings/words: par ['equal'] (Latin)."

PER / - "Definitions: (preposition) through, by, by means of; through in space and time, throughout, all over; thoroughly, completely; away, entirely, to destruction; perfectly, extremely, very."

pal - "Definitions: do, make (Old Phoenician). Associated spellings/words: p'l; 'sh, ash ['do, make'] (Hebrew)

pal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'work' [Deuteronomy 32:4, etc.]. Other definitions include: acts, deeds, works, recompense. Associated spellings/words po'al [Peth + Ayin + Lamed]; mpal ['works'] (Psalm 46:8, etc) (Proverbs 8:22, etc.)."

pal - "Definitions: protect." (Sanskrit)

pal - "Definitions: companion." (Hindu, Naga-Maya)

pal - "Definitions: numeral eight." (Korean)

PEL - "Definitions: drive, push, throw. Associated spellings/words: pellere (Latin); pel, pele, ple ['fill, flow']."

bhr - "Definitions: to be thick, grow great or strong, increase, bear, support (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: bharah ['burden, load, luggage'] (Sanskrit); brh ['prayer, devotion']; beare ['make happy'] (Latin); beatus ['blessed'] (Latin); behar ['need'] (Basque)."

bar - "Definitions: to break open." (Sumerian)

bar - "Definitions: intermediate space, among, between; burn." (Tibetan)

bar - "Definitions: neutral, middle, midst, internal; intermediate; narrow sea, neck of land; through, from, up to, until. Associated spellings/words: bar ['like'], barabar ['equal; straight; correct; exactly'] (Brahui)."

bar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pits' [Genesis 14:10]; 'well' [Genesis 16:14, etc.], [Numbers 21:16-18]; 'pit' [Psalm 55:23; 69:15, etc.], [Proverbs 23:27]. Associated spellings/words: b'er [beth + aleph + resh]."

bar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'burned' [Exodus 3:2], [Deuteronomy 4:11]; 'burnt' [Exodus 3:3], [Numbers 11:1, 3]; 'eaten' [Exodus 22:5]; 'feed' [Exodus 22:5]; 'kindled' [Exodus 22:6, etc.], [Isaiah 50:11]; 'kindle' [Exodus 35:3]; 'burn' [Leviticus 6:12], [Deuteronomy 5:23]; 'wasted' [Numbers 24:22]; 'put away' [Deuteronomy 13:5, 17:7, 17:12, 19:13]; 'taken away' [Deuteronomy 26:14]; 'brutish' [Psalm 94:8], [Jeremiah 10:21, 51:17]; 'heated' [Hosea 7:4]. Other definitions include: take away, took, put away, to consume. Associated spellings/words: ba'ar: [beth + ayin + resh]."

bar - "Definitions: nail, etc." (Welsh)

BAR - "Definitions: long narrow object. Associated spellings/words: bur ['bolt, bar'] (Tibetan)."

bvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pit' [Genesis 37:20, 22, 24, etc.], [Isaiah 51:1]."

bal - "Definitions: turn; government, year[s] of government (Sumerian). Associated spellings/ words: bala, palu." ba'al."

bal - "Definitions: wing; flight (Brahui). Associated spellings/words: bel ['shovel, spade; half']; ber ['revenge; feuding'] (Brahui)."

bal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'confederate' [Genesis 14:13]; 'man's' & 'wife' [Genesis 20:3]; 'dreamer' [Genesis 37:19]; 'archers' [Genesis 49:23]; 'bird' [Proverbs 1:17]. Other definitions include: married, owner, master, man, husband, men. Associated spellings/words: ba'al."

Bal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Baal' [Jeremiah 7:9, 19:5]. Other definitions include: the name appropriated to the principal male god of the Phoenicians. It is found in several places in the plural [Judges 2:11]. Other definitions include: owner; master; lord; husband. Associated spellings/words: Baal."

Bel - "Definitions: Babylonian form of the title baal [lord or master]; at first generally applicable to the gods of places; God of storms; number 10, 1/6 (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: Baal; Bel Marduk."

Bel - "Definitions: A conical stone was the emblem of Bel; and at EMESA the Romans worshipped the Sun under the name of ELEGABALUS in the form of a black, conical stone, which it was believed had fallen from Heaven." [Based on: The Lost Language of Symbolism Vol. 2 (Copyright: Harold Bayley, 1912), 1996 edition, p. 181.]

bal - "Definitions: Nepal; wool." (Tibetan)

fell - "Definitions: skin, hide." (Anglo-Saxon)

phar - "Definitions: making two, making halves." (Tibetan)

paar - "Definitions: opposite bank, the end, termination." (Hindi)

PEER - "Definitions: one's equal; member of the nobility; look narrowly; peep out, show itself. Associated spellings/words: par; pire; piren."

PARE - "Definitions: trim by cutting. Associated spellings/words: parer ['adorn, arrange, peel fruit']; parare ['prepare'] (Latin)."

FORE - "Definitions: comming before, toward the front."

FALL - "Definitions: go down by gravity."

FILL - "Definitions: make or become full. Associated spellings/words: fyllu, fulli, fulle, fyllr, fullin."

pall - "Definitions: cloth, esp. rich cloth; cloth spread on a coffin or hearse; robe; mantle; mantle of cloud, mist, smoke; philosophers cloak; become dim or fain; become vapid or stale; become insipid."

pall - "Definitions: hoe, spade." (Old Norse)

PALE - "Definitions: pointed stake used in forming a fence; fence of these; limit, boundary; of whitish color; faint, dim; lacking in color or brightness."

bair - "Definitions: a game, goal, hurling match (Irish). Associated spellings/words: baire, baireach ['a ball'], baireachd ['quarrelling']."

bayr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'beasts' [Genesis 45:17], [Numbers 20:8]; 'beast' [Exodus 22:5]; 'cattle' [Numbers 20:4], [Psalm 78:48]. Other definitions include: a generic term for cattle. Associated spellings/words: be'iyr." bare - "Definitions: 'inspectors', 'priests'." (Mesopotamian)

BALL - "Definitions: rounded mass. bille ['tree-trunk, length of rounded timber'] (Old French). Associated spellings/words: ball ['limb'] (Gaelic)."

BELL - "Definitions: hollow metallic device."

baal - "Definitions: thing of (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Bal ['Lord of the Fields'] (Mayan); bar ['son'] (Aramaic)."

bael - "Definitions: fire, flame, funeral pyre." (Old English)

bail - "Definitions: thrift, success, careful collection, goodness (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bulid, bhel ['swell, increase'] (Indo-European)."

bale - "Definitions: push, kick, hit (Kapinga). Associated spellings/words: bol ['clod of earth'] (Tibetan); bal ['feet, foot'] (Korean)."

bill - "Definitions: sword (Old English). Associated spellings/words: baer ['gape'] (Old French)."

bale - "Definitions: evil, harm; vessel, package; vessel for lading water. Associated spellings/words: balu, balo, bol."

barr - "Definitions: pine needles (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: byrst (Anglo-Saxon); bristle, burr (English)."

ba-al - "to dig (a canal); to channel ('to divide' + 'digging stick')." (Sumerian)
*Link: http://www.sumerian.org/suma-e.htm

Ba'al - "Semitic name of several storm gods, derived from the word ba'al, meaning either 'lord' or 'posessor.'" [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

bahar - "Definitions: potter." (Sumerian)

frh - "Definitions: early." (German)

prh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fruitful' [Genesis 1:22, etc.]; 'increased' [Exodus 23:30], [Jeremiah 3:16]; 'beareth' [Deuteronomy 29:18]; 'grow' [Isaiah 11:1]; 'bring forth' [Isaiah 45:8]; 'fruit' [Ezekiel 36:11]."

pra - "Definitions: 'fill'." (Vedic) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-2-X.html

pra - "Definitions: 'forth'." (Vedic) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-3-X.html

pra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wild' [Genesis 16:12, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: pere."

plh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sever' [Exodus 8:22, etc.]; 'differ- ence' [Exodus 11:7]; 'set apart' [Psalm 4:3]; 'marvellous' [Psalm 17:7]; 'wonderfully made' [Psalm 139:14]. Associated spellings/words: palah; pala'."

pla - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hard' [Genesis 18:14], [Deuteronomy 17:8, etc.]; 'wonders' [Exodus 3:20], [Joshua 3:5]; 'marvels' [Exodus 34:10]; 'accomplish' [Leviticus 22:21]; 'singular' [Leviticus 27:2]; 'separate' [Numbers 6:2]; 'per- forming' [Numbers 15:3, 8]; 'make' & 'wonderful' [Deuteronomy 28:59]; 'hidden' [Deuteronomy 30:11]; 'miracles' [Judges 6:13]; 'wonderous' [Psalm 145:5, etc.]; 'marvellous' [Psalm 139:14]. Other definitions include: to be marvelous or wonderful, miraculous. Associated spellings/words: pala'; palah."

bra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'created' [Genesis 1:1, 21, 27; 2:3, 4; 5:1, 2; 6:7]; 'done' [Exodus 34:10]; 'make' [Numbers 16:30]; 'cut down' [Joshua 17: 15, 18]; 'fat' [1 Samuel 2:29]. Other definitions include: to cut, separate; the fattening of an animal or the filling up of something. Associated spellings/words: bear ['carry, give birth to'] (Old English); beran; bera; bairan; bharati; pherein; ferre; qnh ['create'] (Old Hebrew)."

bra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Bera' [Genesis 14:2]. Other definitions include: the king (mlk) of Sodom (sdm). Associated spellings/words: Bera; Brsa, Birsha ['the king (mlk) of Gomorrah (amrh)']."

blh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'waxed old' [Genesis 18:12]. Associated spellings/words: balah."

bla - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'devoured' [Genesis 41:7]; 'swallowed' [Exodus 7:2; 15:12]; 'covered' [Numbers 4:20]; 'swallow' [Numbers 16:30, etc.], [Proverbs 1:12, etc.]. Other definitions include: eateth. Associated spellings/words: bala."

fara - "Definitions: traveling (companion)." (Anglo-Saxon)

prah - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Pharaoh' [Genesis 12:15]; [Exodus 2:5, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: Par'oh."

Pele - "Definitions: Hawaiian volcano goddess who lives in the crater of Kilauea on Hawaii."

pera - "Definitions: further." (Greek)

para - "Definitions: [pron. adj.] other another; [m.] stranger; far ultimate, supreme, great, particularly marked (Sanskrit)."

para - "2 (mwd) para 1 mf(%{A})n. (1. %{pR}; abl. sg. m. n. %{pa4rasmAt}, %{-rAt}; loc. %{pa4rasmin}, %{-re}; nom. pl. m. %{pa4re}, %{-rAs}, %{-rAsas}; cf. Pa1n2. 1-1, 34; vii, 1, 16; 50) far, distant, remote (in space), opposite, ulterior, farther than, beyond, on the other or farther side of, extreme; previous (in time), former; ancient, past; later, future, next; following, succeeding, subsequent; final, last; exceeding (in number or degree), more than; better or worse than, superior or infer- ior to, best or worst, highest, supreme, chief [....]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

para - "Definitions: other, different." (Pali)

PARA /p - "Definitions: beside, near, past, beyond, position (Greek). Associated spellings/ words: pero ['but'] (Spanish)."

bara - "2 (mwd) bAra m. or n. (?) an opening, aperture (see %{jihma4-} and %{nIcI4na-b-})." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

bara - "Definitions: wave, billow (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: barre ['laugh'] (Basque)."

bala - "Definitions: strength, power." (Sanskrit)

bala - "Definitions: to decay, mushy, to bow, hide." (Kapinga)

bala - "Definitions: companion." (Akkadian, Chaldean)

Blhh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Bilhah' [Genesis 30:3]; Leah's handmaid; the mother of Jocob's sons Dan and Naphtali."

perhe -"Definitions: family." (Finnish)

palla - "Definitions: long wide outer garment of Roman ladies." (Latin)

palla - "Definitions: ball (Italian). Associated spellings/words: pila (Latin)."

bella - "Definitions: beautiful (Italian). Associated spellings/words: belle."

barra - "Definitions: a spike, bar." (Gaelic)

pry - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fruit' [Genesis 1:11, etc]. Other definitions include: the product of plants, trees, and vines; the offspring of animals and human beings; the consequences or outcome of human acts. Associated spellings/words: pri, prh."

fri - "Definitions: nose." (Breton)

fri - "Definitions: woman (Old Saxon). Associated spellings/words: freo."

bri - "Definitions: dear (Khotanese). Associated spellings/words: briya."

frea - "Definitions: lord." (Anglo-Saxon)

FREE - "Definitions: not in bondage or subject to control from outside. Associated spellings/ words: freo, fri, frei, priya, rhydd."

Frey - "Definitions: Norse god of peace and fertility; the twin brother of Freya. Associated spellings/words: fryr, freyr."

fari - "Definitions: speak (Latin). Associated spellings/words: friar ['brother'] (Latin)."

pari - "Definitions: a prefix meaning: around, about, complete." (Pali)

PERI /p - "Definitions: around." (Greek)

Pali - "Definitions: Indian language in which the earliest Buddhist scriptures have been preserved on a large scale."

beli - "Definitions: without (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: bahari ['ancient'] (Malay)."

parry - "Definitions: ward off or turn aside a weapon. Other definitions include: parare ['ward off, prepare']."

Barry - "Definitions: a common name believed to mean either spear, or fair hair." (Gaelic)

bailey - "Definitions: [court within] wall surrounding castle, enclosed court (M. English, Old French). Associated spellings/words: baile, baille."

bryh - "Definitions: food (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: biryah."

priya - "Definitions: dear, dearest, beloved, welcome." (Sanskrit)

Freya - "Definitions: Norse goddess of fertility and love. The most beautiful of all goddesses. Associated spellings/words: Frigga." (Norse Mythology)

Freya - "Definitions: Freya's name was 'The Lady' or 'mistress', and may be the source of our name of the fifth day of the week, Friday. With her twin brother, Fryr ('The Lord'), these divine twins were the Norse deities of untamed nature." (Based on: http://www.goddessgift.com/goddess-myths/goddess-freya.htm) - (T.D. - 12/01/06) Other links:

balih - "Reported name for a popular Mesopotamian river god; Etana's son." (Akkadian)

pareia - "Definitions: cheek (Greek). Associated spellings/words: genys."

pariah - "Definitions: member of a low Hindu caste; one belonging to none of the divine orders of society; an out-cast; untouchable. Associated spellings/words: praiyar ['drummer'], parai ['large drum beaten at certain festivals']."

Briyah - "Definitions: the second world, the World of Creation; the world encompassing Hessed, Geburah, and Tifereth." (Hebrew)

bariah - "Definitions: fugative; A grandson of Shechiniah." (Bible Concordance)

frio - "Definitions: chilly, cold." (Spanish)

freo - "Definitions: woman (Old Saxon). Associated spellings/words: fri."

bleo - "Definitions: color." (Old English)

palaioo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'old' [Luke 12:33, etc.]; 'waxeth old' & 'decaeth' [Hebrews 8:13]. Other definitions include: to grow old. Associated spellings/words: palaiow; palaios, palaiotes ['oldness']; archaios."

PERIOD - "Definitions: a division of time. Associated spellings/words: periodus ['a going around, a cycle, as of years']; peri + hodos ['way']; PERIODIC ['occuring at reg- ular intervals']."

Boreas - "Definitions: the north wind (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: boreal, borealis; breeze ['north, north-east wind; cool wind; light wind'], briza, brisa ['north-east wind']; braise ['small cinders'], brese ['hot charcoal, half-burnt coal']."

palaios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'old' [Matthew 9:16, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: palaioo; palaiotes ['oldness']; archaios."

freond - "Definitions: friend (Old English). Associated spellings/words: friund, vriend, friunt, freund ['masculine form of friend'](German); freundin ['femine form of friend'](German)."

freogan - "Definitions: love, set free (Old English). Associated spellings/words: frijon ['to love'] (Gothic)."

feliz - "Definitions: happy." (Spanish)

Paris - "Definitions: the abductor of Helen of Troy, hence instigator of the Trojan war. Second son of Priam and Hecuba." (Greek Mythology)

FREEZE - "Definitions: be so cold that ice forms, be converted into ice, convert into ice. Associated spellings/words: froze, freosan, vresen, vriezen, friosan, frjosa, pruina, prusva."

pleres - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'full' [Matthew 14:20, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: plhrhs."

parrrasia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'openly' [Mark 8:32, ect.]; 'boldly' [John 7:26, ect.]; 'plainly' [John 10:24, ect.]. Other definitions include: boldness, confidence. Associated spellings/words parrrhsia."

pharisee - "Definitions: separatist. Associated spellings/words: fariseus, farisew, phariseus, pharisaios, pris, parus ['seperated']."

Brizo - "Transliterated Greek goddess of sleep. Associated spellings/words: brizein ['to enchant']."

perisseuo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'exceed' [Matthew 5:20]; 'abounded' [Romans 5:15]. Other definitions include: overflow, abound, abundance, remain, remained, excel, increase. Associated spellings/words: phrisshuw."

Brisingamen - "In Norse mythology, Brísingamen (from Old Norse brisinga 'flaming, glowing' and men 'jewelery, ornament')[1] is the necklace of the goddess Freyja.[2]" *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brisingamen - T.D. - 09/18/10

Brisingamen - "Definitions: 'Brisingamen is said to be the (principally amber) necklace of the goddess Freyja from Norse Mythology. [....] It was reputedly forged by four dwarves (Alfrik, Berling, Dvalin and Grer), and, in order to obtain it, she was obliged to spend a night with each one of them in turn. Alternatively, King Alberich gave it to her. [....]'" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brisingamen (T.D. - 01/14/07)

briser - "Definitions: break (French). Associated spellings/words: debris, de + bresir ['break']."

priest - "Trivia: Derived from the Greek word presbyter [elder]." parisad - "Definitions: 'surrounding thing, coil'." (Vedic) Associated spellings/words: parisadas ('the coils'). *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-3-X.html

paridhi - "Definitions: 'surrounder, imprisoner'." (Vedic) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-3-X.html

presbyter - "Definitions: elder (Greek). priest."

phristhra - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'dove' [Mark 1:10]. Associated spellings/words: peristera."

Bryn - "Definitions: hill, mound." (Welsh)

bryon - "Definitions: moss." (Greek)

Brian - "Definitions: a name whose meaning is uncertain. Several theories include: hill, from Celtic bruaich; high or noble, from Celtic brigh; or strong, from Celtic bri."

freien - "Definitions: 'In Dutch, the verb "vrijen" is derived from "Freya" and means "to have sex/make love". The (obsolete) German verb "freien" means "looking for a bride". The derived noun "Freier" (suitor) is still used, though more often in its second meaning "client of a prostitute" '. (Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freya) - (T.D. - 01/14/07)

ballein - "Definitions: to throw." (Greek)

phrin las - "Definitions: action, work." (Tibetan)

primo - "Definitions: cousin." (Spanish)

Brimo - "Definitions: a title of Athene, Hectate, and Demeter. It meant the raging one."

preman - "Definitions: affection." (Sanskrit)

primero - "Definitions: first (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: primate ['first'] (Latin)."

prem marg - "Definitions: the path (marg) of love (prem); the path of the saints. Also called: bhakti marg [Based on: Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 463] (Sanskrit)."

Freyr - "Definitions: Norse god of peace and fertility; the twin brother of Freya. Associated spellings/words: Fryr, Frey."

parere - "Definitions: bring forth." (Latin)

Belial - "Definitions: worthless or wicked, a name of Satan." (Hebrew)

periergos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'curious arts' [Acts 19:19]; 'busybodies' [1 Timothy 5:13]. Other definitions include: magic, sorcery, a meddler. Associated spellings/words: phrihrgos."

periergazomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'busybodies' [2 Thessalon- ians 3:11]. Associated spellings/words: phrihrgazomai; periergos ['meddler']."

Pheryllt - "Definitions: Druid alchemists - who mastered the secret art of brewing a Cauldron of Inspiration." (Welsh Mythology)

Brice - "Definitions: speckled." (Celtic) brycg - "Definitions: bridge, causeway." (Old English)

brigh - "Definitions: hill (Old Irish). Associated spellings/words: briga; bryn ['hill'] (Welsh); bry, bre
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

brych - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'bars' [Exodus 26:26, etc.]; 'bar' [Exodus 26:28, etc.]; 'fugitives' [Isaiah 15:5]. Other definitions include: crossbar, something that is thrust through. Associated spellings/words: beriych."

Frigga - "Definitions: Norse goddess of fertility and the home; daughter of Fiorgyn; sister of Jord; 2nd wife of Odin; mother of Balder and Hermod; personification of the civilized world; queen of Asgard; goddess of the clouds (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/ words: Freya, Frija; Fri; FREEZE; froze; freosan; vresen; vriezen; friosan; frjosa; pruina; prusva; pry ['fruit'] (Hebrew); prak ['previously, before, first(ly)'] (Sanskrit); praja ['offspring, creature'] (Sanskrit)."

Frigga - "Definitions: In ancient times the end of the Winter Solstice, when the hours of sunlight began to lengthen, marked the beginning of the new year and was a time to think of new possibilities that would unfold. [NP] The Goddess Frigga, who sat at her spindle weaving the destiny of man and gods alike, was the goddess associated with the beginning of each new year. [NP] New Year's eve, the longest night of the year, is called 'Mother Night' in Northern Europe for it was in the darkness of that night that the goddess Frigga labored to give birth to Baldur, the young Sun God who controlled the sun and rain and brought fruitfulness to the fields was born. The blessing of Frigga is still invoked for birthing women with a white candle that last burned during the winter solstice being used as a charm to ensure a safe delivery. [NP] Frigga is credited with the development of runes as a tool for divination. [....]" *Link: http://www.goddessgift.com/goddess-myths/goddess-frigga.htm)

PRECISE - "Definitions: strictly expressed; strict in observance; exact. Associated spellings/ words: prae ['pre'] + caedere ['cut']."

FREQUENT - "Definitions: crowded; commonly practiced; happening often. Associated spellings/ words: frequens."

fligere - "Definitions: strike (Latin). Associated spellings/words: fricare ['to rub']."

PRECARIOUS - "Definitions: held by another's favor; dependent on chance; perilous, dangerously insecure. Associated spellings/words: prex, prec- ['entreaty, prayer'] (Latin)."

peligro - "Definitions: danger." (Spanish)

Pariacaca - "Definitions: the god of storm and flood, worshiped by the people of west Peru."

BRIGHT - "Definitions: reflecting or radiating light. Associated spellings/words: beorht, berht, breht, beraht, bjartr, bairhts, bhrajate ['shine']; breksta ['dawns']; berth ['beautiful']."

Brighid - "Definitions: Bright Arrow; High Goddess; a Celtic goddess of wisdom, poetry, mystery, and magical arts; the daughter of the fire god [Daghda]. Associated spellings/words: Brigit, Bridget; bragi ['Norse God of poetry and knowledge. He is son of Odin and Frigg, and the husband of Idunn']."

FRIDAY - "Definitions: Friday use to be the seventh day of the week. It was the Sabbath [seventh] of the Jewish lunar calendar and is still the Sabbath of Islam. Associated spellings/words: Freya's day; fri ['friend'] + day; Frigg; Vesta."

bryt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'covenant' [Genesis 6:18; 9:9, etc.]; 'league' [Joshua 9:6, 7, etc.]. Other definitions include: something that comes between two separate parts; agreement. Associated spellings/words: Brit Yichud ['a unifying covenant']."

plyth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'escaped' [Genesis 14:13, etc.]; 'escape' [Joshua 8:22]; 'fugitives' [Judges 12:4]. Other definitions include: that which has escaped or been delivered, remnant. Associated spellings/words: paliyt."

BREED - "Definitions: propagate. Associated spellings/words: bredan, bruotan, bruten."

BLEED - "Definitions: draw fluid from."

breit - "Definitions: wide." (German)

brytta - "Definitions: dispenser, distributor (Old English). Associated spellings/words: breath ['odor; vapor, respiration; air from the lungs']; braeo ['odour, exhalation']."

baraita - "Definitions: outside." (Aramaic)

priti - "Definitions: fondness (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: prithivi tattva ['terrestrial spirit, or force of earth'] (Tibetan Buddhism); prthivi."

prayati - "Definitions: Divine Will." (Sanskrit)

blitz - "Definitions: lightning." (German)

palaiotes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'oldness' [Romans 7:6]. Assoc- iated spellings/words: palaioo ['to grow old']; palaios; archaios."

bleiben - "Definitions: stay." (German)

Britain - "Trivia: 55 B.C. - Roman invasion of Britian under Julius Ceasar. 43 A.D. - invasion and occupation under Emperor Claudius. Beginning of Roman rule of Britian. 436 A.D. - Roman withdrawl from Britian complete. 449 A.D. Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britian begins. 450-480 A.D. - Earliest Old English inscriptions. 597 A.D. - St. Augustine arrives in Britian. Beginning of Christian conversion. 865 A.D. The Danes occupy Northumbria. 792 A.D. - Viking raids. 1204 A.D. - King John loses the province of Normandy to France. 1066 A.D. - The Norman conquest. 1492 A.D. Columbus discovers America. Settlements begin."

parietal - "Definitions: anatomically pertaining to the wall of the body or a bodily organ; pertaining to residence within walls of a college. Associated spellings/words: pariet - ['wall, partition wall'] (Latin)."

frithr - "Definitions: beautiful." (Old Norse) Pryderi - "Definitions: care, thought." (Welsh)

FRIDAY - "Definitions: Friday used to be the seventh day of the week. It was the Sabbath ['seventh'] of the Jewish lunar calendar and is still the Sabbath of Islam. Associated spellings/words: Freya's day; fri ['friend'] + day; Frigg, Frigedaeg ['Frigga's day'] (Norse / German); Dies Veneris ['Day of Venus'] (Latin); Vesta."

parapipto - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fall away' [Hebrews 6:6]. Other definitions include: fall aside. Associated spellings/words: parapiptw."

peripateo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'walking' [Matthew 4:18, etc.]; 'walk' [Matthew 9:5, etc.]. Other definitions include: walkedst. Associated spellings/words: phripathw."

prv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'be fruitful' [Genesis 1:22, 28:]. Associated spellings/words: prh."

pru - "Definitions: fire." (Greek)

PRO - "Definitions: before, earlier, primitive; forward, forth, anterior, front." (Greek)

PRO - "Definitions: for, on behalf of, instead of, in place of, substituted for, to be grouped with." (Latin)

blo - "Definitions: mind, understanding, intellect (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: broth ['broo, brod, broo']."

palu - "Definitions: Akkadian form of the Sumerian, bal, or bala. Reported meanings include: turn; government, year(s) of government."

FLOW - "Definitions: move in a stream. Associated spellings/words: flowan; floa ['flood']; vloeien; flot ['sea, on the sea']; phoros ['bearing'] (Greek)."

frau - "Definitions: lady; woman (German). Associated spellings/words: Freyja ['lady'] (Old Norse)."

BLOW - "Definitions: forcible stroke. Associated spellings/words: ballo ['cast, throw, scatter'] (Greek); bellow, belu, below ['instrument used to blow a fire'] (M. English); bealu ['evil, harm'] (Old English)."

balu - "Definitions: useless, unimportant." (Kapinga)

baro - "Definitions: pressure, weight (Greek). Associated spellings/words: bareo, barus, baros ['weight, heaviness'], barys ['heavy']; baris ['Egyptian boat']; barrow, beorg, berg ['mountain; grave-mound']."

psallo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sing' [Romans 15:9, etc.], [1 Corinthians 14:15], [James 5:13]; 'making melody' [Ephesians 5:19]. Other mean- ings include: to sing psalms, praise. Associated spellings/words: pallw." balua - "Definitions: enormous, excessive." (Kapinga)

pharaoh - "Definitions: the pharaonic principle, Pharaoh with a capital P, was reportedly an eternal, not mortal, being (Greek). Associated spellings/words: prah."

flua - "Definitions: river." (German)

FOLLOW - "Definitions: go or come after."

perahu - "Definitions: boat." (Malay)

pravahah - "Definitions: stream, current." (Sanskrit)

PROVIDE - "Definitions: exercise foresight; furnish for use; fit out (Latin). Associated spellings/words: provideo ['to foresee']."

pros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'with' [John 1:1]. Other definitions include: to, unto."

praus - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'meek' [Matthew 5:5; 21:5]; [1 Peter 3:4]. Other definitions include: gentle. Associated spellings/words: praos; prautes, praotes ['meekness']; anv, 'anav ['meek'] (Hebrew, Example: Numbers 12:3); anvh, 'anavah ['meekness, humility'] (Hebrew, Example: 2 Samuel 22:36; Proverbs 22:4)."

flavus - "Definitions: yellow." (Latin)

pharos - "Definitions: lighthouse; an island off Alexandria on which stood a famous lighthouse." (Greek)

pelvis - "Definitions: basin." (Latin)

BROWSE - "Definitions: young shoots and twigs; look over casually. Associated spellings/words: broust, brout."

parousia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'coming' [Matthew 24:3, etc]; 'presence' [2 Corinthians 10:10, etc]."

plousios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'rich' [Matthew 19:23, etc.]. Other definitions include: riches, wealth. Associated spellings/words: plouteo, ploutos."

pravasah - "Definitions: travel abroad, journey (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: pravesah ['entry, entering']."

proseuche - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'prayer' [Matthew 17:21, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: proshuxw; euche ['prayer, oath']; euchomai ['prayer, vow']."

proshuchomai - "Definitions: to pray, or entreat, prayer, oath. (Greek). Associated spellings/ words: proseuchomai; proseuche ['prayer']; euchomai ['prayer, vow']; euche ['prayer, oath']." (Greek)

proskuneo - "Definitions: f. hsw: aor. 1 Prosekunhsa poet. prosekusa:- to prostrate oneself before in token of respect, to do obeisance to. 2. of the gods, to worship: also to deprecate the wrath of the gods, disarm them by worship. Hence proskunhths, .... a worshipper [Based on: Liddell & Scott's Greek-English Lexicon, 17th Edition, 1891, p. 603]. Associated spellings/words: proskunew."

proskuneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'to worship' [Matthew 2:2, etc.]; 'ye shall' [John 4:21]; 'let' [Hebrews 1:6]; 'they should' [Revelation 9:20]. Other definitions include: worshiped, worshiping. Associated spellings/words: proskunew."

proskopto - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'dash' [Matthew 4:6, etc.]. Other definitions include: beat, stumble, stumbleth, stumbled. Associated spellings/words: proskoptw."

prosopon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'face' [Matthew 16:3]; 'person' [Galatians 2:6]."

proshrchomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'come unto' [Acts 10:28]. Other definitions include: to assemble or come together. Associated spellings/ words: proserchomai."

prosecho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'heed' [Matthew 6:1]; 'beware' [Matthew 17:15]; 'given' [1 Timothy 3:8]. Other definitions include: regard, attended, give attention. Associated spellings/words: proshxw." prosagoge - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'access' [Ephesians 3;12]. Other definitions include: entrance, introduction."

brust - "Definitions: breast (German). Associated spellings/words: borst."

PRONE - "Definitions: naturally inclined, disposed; bending forward and downward; lying flat; refering to the anotomical position of the body lying horizontally with the face downward. Associated spellings/words: pro ['forward']."

BROWN - "Definitions: color brown; applied to burnished or glistening surfaces. Associated spellings/words: bruno, brun ['brown'], bruin ['common or brown bear']."

Feronia - "Definitions: Roman name for the Wolf-mother worshipped by the Sabines before the foundation of Rome itself; consort of Soranus."

Perunu - "The Slavic creator god and god of thunder and lightning. Associated spellings/words: perun ['thunder'] (Slavonic)."

Bronislaw - "Definitions: protection glory (Slavic). Associated spellings/words: bron ['protection'] + slav ['glory']."

Brunhild - "Definitions: armour battle, from Teutonic brun ['armour or protection'] + hild ['battle']; according to legend she was the leader of the Valkyries, the wife of Gunther, and the beautiful daughter of Odin. Associated spellings/words: Brynhilde."

Brunnhilde - "[....] Always in the mysteries appears this strange, romantic fable, the great love story of the mind and the soul. The Ring projects it through the character of Brunnhilde, representative of one of the geometric mind powers of Wotan, part of the pattern of life. She is asleep on a rock, concealed within a ring of flames and can be awakened only by the hero who can surmount the fiery wall. [....]The waking of brunhilde is the restoration of soul power, the rescuing of the human soul from the curse of The Ring, from the curse of disobedience to the universal mind. [....]" [Based on: Horizon Magazine, Fall 1945, Vol. 5, No. 2 (The Ring of the Nibelung), Manly P. Hall]

bronth - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'thunder' [Mark 3:17]. Associated spellings/words: bronte." frontal plane - "Definitions: a longitudinal section that runs at right angles to the sagittal plane, dividing the body into anterior [front] and posterior [back] parts. Associated spellings/words: coronal plane."

BLOOM - "Definitions: flower. Associated spellings/words: blostma ['blossom'], blume ['flower'] (German)."

broma - "Definitions: that which is eaten, food." (Greek)

bromos - "Definitions: stench (Greek). Associated spellings/words: bromine."

Prometheus - "Mythology: 'The son of the Titans Iapetus & Clymene. After the battle with the Olympians he became the champion and benefactor of human beings. He stole fire from the gods and gave it to mortals but was punished by Zeus by being tied to a rock for eternity and pecked by an eagle.' [Goddesses Heroes and Shamans, Kingfisher]; Brother of: Atlas; Epimetheus." (Greek Mythology)

flur - "Definitions: hall." (German)

parol - "Definitions: oral statement; legal pleading filed in an action (French). Associated spellings/words: parole ['word of honor']."

fervere - "Definitions: to boil, glow, rage." (Latin)

beruhren - "Definitions: touch." (German)

fruhling - "Definitions: spring." (German)

frux - "Definitions: fruit." (Latin)

brvk - "Definitions: blessed; the secretary of the prophet Jeremiah [Jeremiah 32:12]. Associated spellings/words: baruwk."

brug - "Definitions: dragon (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: brug mo ['dragoness']; mkha brug ['the heavenly dragon']; mkhai brug."

phlox - "Definitions: flame." (Greek)

Brock - "Definitions: badger (Old English). Associated spellings/words: Brocc."

Bruce - "Definitions: of Brieuse; a Norman surname; a place name in France; the name borne by Robert the Bruce, a Scottish hero of the 14th century who achieved independence from England and became the king of Scotland."

BRUSH - "Definitions: bristle comb; pass over lightly. Associated spellings/words: bras ['arm'] (French)."

broga - "Definitions: terror (Old English). Associated spellings/words: borroka ['fight'] (Basque)."

paroikia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'strangers' [Acts 13:17]. Associated spellings/words peregrinus ['aliens'] (Latin)."

brogkhia - "Definitions: windpipe [bronchia]. Associated spellings/words: brogkhia, brogkhos ['windpipe'] (Greek); broc ['small stream']; brok ['marsh, bog'], bruoh."

paroikos - "Definitions: dwelling near, sojourner, stranger. Associated spellings/words: par + oikos ['dwelling, house']." (Greek)

PROXIMAL - "Definitions: directional anatomical term meaning: toward the attached end of a limb, the origin of a structure, or the midline of the body."

PROXIMATE - "Definitions: immediately adjacent; comming next. Associated spellings/words: proximatus, proximare ['approach'], proximus ['nearest'], prope ['near'] (Latin)."

flugel - "Definitions: wing." (German) proctos - "Definitions: anus." (Greek)

frod - "Definitions: *wise (Old English). Associated spellings/words: Frodo."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

BLOT - "Definitions: spot." trope - "Definitions: change." (Greek)

palud - "Definitions: marsh (Latin). Associated spellings/words: palus."

blute - "Definitions: blossom." (German)

BROOD - "Definitions: family of young. Associated spellings/words: brod ['shoot, spike, prick'], broddr; brord ['point, spike, blade of grass']; brort ['edge, margin']; broach ['pointed rod or pin; roasting spit; church spire; tapered boring-bit; long needle'] (O. French); bread ['brod, brot, brauo']; brutus ['heavy, stupid, dull'] (Latin)."

PERVADE - "Definitions: spread through every part of. Associated spellings/words: per + vader ['go']."

pelota - "Definitions: ball; Basque game played in a court with a ball (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: pelote."

pravadah - "Definitions: talk, report." (Sanskrit)

Parvati - "Definitions: an aspect of Devi, whose name means daughter of the mountain [Himavat]; the wife of Shiva [the destroyer], and the mother of Ganesha." (Hindu Mythology)

PARODY - "Definitions: humorous or satirical imitation; burlesque poem or song. Associated spellings/words: para + oide ['song'] (Greek)."

frodo - "Definitions: anglicized form of Hobbit; the name is 'English' for Hobbit Maura wise, experienced; Anglo-Saxon fród wise, old, Old Norse fróðr knowing, learned [....]" *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/SILM/SILM_FI.html

Pluto - "Definitions: The son of Cronus and Rhea, referred to as The God of Wealth. Reportedly, he was given the empire of the Infernal Regions by his brother Jupiter; the underworld consort of Persephone in classical myth. Associated spellings/words: Pluton, Hades (Greek Mythology); plotos ['apt to fall'] (Greek)."

proto - "Definitions: first." (Greek)

plouteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'rich' [Luke 1:53, etc.]; 'increased with goods' [Revelation 3:17]. Associated spellings/words: plouthw."

propos - "Definitions: plan, purpose." (French)

ploutos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'rich' [2 Corinthians 8:9, etc.]. Other definitions include: riches, wealth. Associated spellings/words: plouteo, plousios."

bruder - "Definitions: brother." (German)

parotid - "Definitions: anatomically situated beside or near the ear. Associated spellings/ words: para + ous, ot- ['ear'] (Greek)."

prophetes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'prophet' [Matthew 1:22, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: prophths; propheteuo ['to prophesy']; prophetis ['prophetess']; propheteia ['prophetic saying, gift, or activity']; nabi ['prophet'] (Hebrew)."

Pales - "Definitions: archaic ass-god after whom both Palestine and Philistia were named."

PHRASE - "Definitions: style of expression, diction; small group of words in a sentence; pithy expression; brief expression. Associated spellings/words: phrasis ['speech, manner of speaking'], phrazein ['indicate, declare, tell'] (Greek)."

Pallas - "Mythology: father of the minor gods Zelus [zeal], Cratus [strength], Bia [force], and Nike [victory]. Son of: Crius & Eurybia. Brother of: Astraeus & Styx. Husband of: Styx. Epithet of the goddess Athene." (Greek Mythology)

parish - "Definitions: sojourning, dwelling near." (Greek)

brsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Birsha' [Genesis 14:2], the king of Gomorrah [amrh]."

przy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Perizzite' [Genesis]. Associated spellings/words: Parizziy."

Parsee - "Definitions: Decendants of Persians who fled to India to escape Mohammedan persecution (Persian). Associated spellings/words: Pars."

Pharisee - "Definitions: a self-righteous or hypocritical person. Associated spellings/words: parus ['separated, separatist'] (Hebrew)."

parrhsia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'boldness' [Ephesians 3:12]. Other definitions include: approach. Associated spellings/words: parresia."

phersu - "Definitions: mask, masked actor (Etruscan). Associated spellings/words: persona (Latin)."

peirazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'tempted' [Matthew 4:1, etc.]; 'tempter' [Matthew 4:3, etc.]. Other definitions include: to test, tempt, tempting, try, tried. Associated spellings/words: phirazw; peirasmos ['test']."

phrisshuo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'abounded' [Romans 5:15]; 'abundance' [Luke 12:15]. Other definitions include: overflow, abound. Associated spellings/words: perisseuo."

PERSUADE - "Definitions: induce to believe or act in a certain way. Associated spellings/words: per + suadere ['advise']."

prasasya - "Definitions: praiseworthy, to be admired." (Sanskrit)

PERSIST - "Definitions: go on resolutely in spite of difficulties. Associated spellings/words: per + sistere ['stand']."

prasanna - "Definitions: tranquil." (Sanskrit)

bar snang - "Definitions: the middle sphere of the universe (Tibetan). Associated spellings/ words: bar gnam."

Barashnum - "Definitions: A Zoroastrian ceremony of purification; the purification of the nine nights."

blessing - "Definitions: from Old English bletsain, earlier bleodswean, to sanctify with shedding of blood."

prasanta - "Definitions: calm." (Sanskrit)

plasma - "Definitions: form." (Greek)

peirasmos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'temptation' [Matthew 6:13, etc.]; 'tempter' [Matthew 4:3, etc.]. Other definitions include: temptations, test, try. Associated spellings/words: peirazo ['to test, tempt, try']

brzl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'iron' [Genesis 4:22]. Associated spellings/words: barzel."

berserker - "Literally, in Old Norse, bear-shirt; savage warriors capable of assuming the shape and attributes of bears or wolves."

barzakh - "Definitions: intermediate world." (Sufi)

Paraskeue - "Definitions: preparation; 6th Greek day name."

prst - "Definitions: finger." (Yugoslav)

brasyt - "Definitions: in the beginning; at the head; reportedly the first letter of the Torah: Bereshit bara Elohim et ha Shamayim ve et ha aretz [In the beginning, created Gods the heavens and the earth]: [brasyt bra alhym at hsmym vat hartz]."

barsba - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Beersheba' [21:31]: Wherefore that place was called Beer-sheba; because there they swore both of them.' ;[Genesis 26:32 - 33]. Associated spellings/words: bar ['well'] + sba."

prasadah - "Definitions: favor, grace, graciousness; free gift; mansion, palace, pavilion; terrace, upstairs room (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: prasadi~kr - bestow [as free gift]."

balsdy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the phrase 'God Almighty' [Exodus 6:3]. Associated spellings/words: bal ['God'] + shaddai ['Almighty']."

bras bu - "Definitions: fruit, result." (Tibetan)

blastos - "Definitions: sprout." (Greek)

Persephone - "Definitions: Destroyer; Queen of the Underworld; Goddess of the blessed dead; claimed to reside in the Underworld for half a year and return to Earth each spring (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Persipnei, Proserpine ['first serpent'] (Latin), Prisni." *Links: http://www.lunaea.com/goddess/power/persephone.html

Persephone - "[....] Confusion of the Virgin and the Crone led to a long-standing error in the myth of Mycenaean Demeter, one of the oldest Earth Mother figures, known in Crete as Rhea and in Latium as Ceres. Demeter was a trinity collectively named Mother De, that is, the delta or triangle, a basic female symbol through- out the ancient world. The delta was a heiroglyphic sign for 'woman,' represent- ing her genital Holy Door (as shown by the triangular entrance-ways of Mycenaean tombs); sages of Southeast Asia called it the Triangle of Life, or primordial Image.(18) Originally, each point of Demeter's triangle was personified. There was Kore the Virgin, Pluto the Mother, and Persephone the crone, whose name meant 'destroyer.' Yet the maiden Kore was said to be the same as Persephone in classic myth.. Both names were given to Demeter's daughter, while the maternal Pluto - whose name formerly referred to the 'abundance' of her overflowing breasts - was desexed and recast in the role of an underworld king, the spouse of Persephone as Queen of the Shades. [....]" [Based on: The Crone - Woman of Age, Wisdom, and Power, by Barbara G. Walker (Copyright 1985), p. 24]
*Links: http://bulfinch.englishatheist.org/b/pantheon/PaterOnDemeter.html

Plstym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Philistim' [Genesis 10:14]; Philistines [Genesis 21:32], [1 Samuel 6:4]. Associated spellings/words: Philistines."

blasphemeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'blasphemeth' [Matthew 9:3, etc.]. Other definitions include: blasphemy, reviled, railed, speak evil, speak- ing evil, evil spoken, to slander, speak lightly of the sacred. Associated spellings/words: blasphmhw; blasphemia; blasphemos."

palaestra - "Definitions: wrestling-school. Associated spellings/words: palaistra, palaiein ['wrestle'] (Greek)."

PLASTIC - "Definitions: the first thermo-setting plastic was formed [in 1906 by the Belgian- born American chemist Leo Hendrik Baekeland] by the polymerization of phenol and formaldehyde. Associated spellings/words: bakelite."

Baal-Zebub - "Definitions: Lord of Flies, Lord of Death or Conductor of Souls, a god of Ekron in Philistia, to whose oracle King Ahaziah of Israel sent messengers in quest of healing magic." (Old Testament)

presbyteros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'elders' [Matthew 15:2, etc.]; 'old men' [Acts 2:17]; 'eldest' [John 8:9]; 'elder' [2 John 1:1]. Associated spellings/words: prhsbuthros."

pran - "Definitions: vital force, essence or vital air, breathe (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: prana, pranah ['breath; inbreath; pl. life; Divine Power']."

parn - "Definitions: to be green or verdant." (Sanskrit)

parn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Paran' [Genesis 21:21]. Trivia: the dwelling place of Ishmael."

PLAN - "Definitions: method for accomplishing something. Associated spellings/words: plane."

Bran - "Definitions: raven; a character of Celtic legend who was killed attacking Ireland." (Gaelic)

Bran - "Definitions: Lengendary King of Britian (Brythonic Mythology). Associated spellings/ words: bern ['bear'] (German)."

balan - "Definitions: 'jaguar'." (Mayan)

bairn - "Definitions: child." (Scottish)

palin - "Definitions: again." (Greek)

bairn - "Definitions: child (Scottish). Associated spellings/words: bearn; barn (Icelandic)."

BRAIN - "Definitions: thought organ. Associated spellings/words: bragen, bregen, brein, brekhmos, bregmos."

pleion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'more' [Matthew 6:25, etc.]; 'excellent' [Hebrews 11:4]. Other definitions include: greater, many, further, better. Associated spellings/words: plhiwn."

fahren - "Definitions: travel [to] (German). Associated spellings/words: faran ['travel'] (Anglo-Saxon); *here ['army'] (Anglo-Saxon)."

plane - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'error' [Matthew 27:64, etc.]. Other definitions include: deceive, deceit, delusion. Associated spellings/words: planh." parna - "Definitions: a pinion, feather, wing." (Sanskrit)

prana - "(mwd) prANa 2 m. (ifc. f. %{A}; for 1. see under %{prA} , p. 701) the breath of life, breath, respiration spirit vitality; pl. life RV. [....]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

planao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'astray' [Matthew 18:12, etc.]; 'err' [Matthew 22:29, etc.], [Hebrews 3:10]. Other definitions include: to lead astray, to cause to wander, wandered, deceive, deceived, deceiveth, seduce. Associated spellings/words: planaw."

planau - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'err' [Hebrews 3:10]. Other definitions include: to lead astray, to cause to wander. Associated spellings/words: planao."

phroneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'savourest' [Matthew 16:23, ect.]; 'thinkest' [Acts 28:22]; 'mind' [Romans 8:5, ect.]; 'likeminded' [Romans 15:5]; 'mind' [Philippians 2:5]; 'affection' [Colossians 3:2]. Other definitions include: think, to think, to form an opinion or judgement, regard, regardeth, minded, under- stood, care, careful, attitude. Associated spellings/words: pronhw; phronein ['the same mind, setting one's mind on']; ennoia ['attitude, intentions, purpose']."

PARANOIA - "Definitions: mental disorder marked by irrational suspicion. Associated spellings/ words: paranoos ['distracted'], para + noos, nous ['mind']; ennoia ['attitude, intentions, purpose']. (Greek)."

Branwen - "Definitions: the Daughter of Llyr." (Welsh Mythology)

Bronwen - "Definitions: fair breast (Welsh). Associated spellings/words: bron ['breast'] + gwen ['fair']."

frons - "Definitions: leaf (Latin). Associated spellings/words: ferns, parna ['feather']."

planus - "Definitions: flat, level." (Latin)

planos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'deceiver' [Matthew 27:63, etc.]. Other definitions include: deceivers, seducing."

pranava - "[....] The Sanskrit name for the syllable is from a root nu 'to shout, sound', verbal pra-nu- being attested as 'to make a humming or droning sound' in the Brahmanas, and taking the specific meaning of 'to utter the syllable om' in the Cha-ndogya Upanishad and the Shrauta Sutras. More rarely used terms are aksara (lit. symbol, character) or ekaksara (lit. one symbol, character), and in later times omkara becomes prevalent. [....]" *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aum]

pranavaka - praNu (pra-nu) means 'to sound loudly' or 'to praise greatly', 'to resonate or reverberate', or 'to roar, bellow, or thunder'. It appears in the Rigveda, and in the Brahmanas and Upanishads praNu especially refers to the syllable oM. And throughout the Vedas, the term praNava (or praNavaka) implies the ekAkshara praNava, which is always oM." [Based on: hindudharmaforums post by sarabhanga / Avadhuta, October 18th, 2007 - see link]
*Link: http://www.hindudharmaforums.com/showthread.php?p=11680

Les Barons - "[....] The most maligned deities in Haiti are Les Barons and Les Gedes: these represent both the essence of death and the unknown. .... The raunchiest antics take place during the gede festivals which occur on November 1 and 2 in most Vodoun temples. .... Baron and Gede veves are traditionally drawn with both flour and coffee, as black and white are two of the ritual colors of these energies. [....]" [Based on article: (Veve, The Sacred Symbol of Vodoun) by Lilith Dorsey - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 46]

pleonazo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'abound' & 'abounded' [Romans 5:20, etc.], [Titus 1:7]. Other definitions include: aboundeth, abundant, increase. Associated spellings/words: plhonazw."

phronesis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'wisdom' [Luke 1:17]; 'prudence' [Ephesians 1:8]. Other definitions include: way of thinking, good sense. Assoc- iated spellings/words: pronhsis."

paranishpanna - "Paranishpanna, remember, is the summum bunum, the Absolute, hence the same as Paranirvana. [....] The condition of Paranishpanna, without Paramartha, the Self-analysing consciousness (Svasamvedana), is no bliss, but simply extinct- ion (for Seven Eternities). (Based on: T.S.D. by H. P. Blavatsky - Vol. 1); '... the absolute perfection to which all existences attain at the close of a great period of activity, or Maha-Manvantara, and in which they rest during the succeeding period of repose. In Tibetan it is called Yong-Grub. ....' " (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1)

Branstock - "Definitione: name for a large oak tree mentioned in one of the oldest Norse sagas. Associated spellings/words: burning bush?" pranayam - "Definitions: part of the Patanjali yoga system, which attempts to control the vital air (pran), mainly through breath control. This practice is not recommended without an adept or Guru as a guide [Based on: Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 463] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: pranayama; Prana Yoga."

phronema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'minded' [Romans 8:6]; 'mind' [Romans 8:7, 27]. Other definitions include: way of thinking. Associated spell- ings/words: pronhma."

phronimos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'wise' [Matthew 7:24, etc.]; 'wisely' or 'wiser' [Luke 16:8]. Other definitions include:intelligent, thoughtful, prudent. Associated spellings/words: pronimos."

Bernard - "Definitions: bear brave." (Teutonic)

brang - "Definitions: chest." (Tibetan)

BLANK - "Definitions: empty."

BLINK - "Definitions: wink. Associated spellings/words: brink ['edge of a field'] brenk; brink ['brow of a hill'] (German); brink ['grassland'] (Dutch)."

paranc - 1 (cap) paranc - "(f. {pa3rAcI}, n. {parAk} & {parAn}) directed away, averted, opposite to, turning from (abl.), behind or after one another, following upon (abl.); departed, lost; turned outwards (the organs of sense); n. adv." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

prange - "Definitions: pinching (M.L. German). Associated spellings/words: prangen ['pinch'] (L. German); p(r)ang ['pack tight, cram'] (Scottish)."

Blanche - "Definitions: white, fair." (French)

Bernice - "Definitions: bringing victory." (Greek)

phalanx - "Definitions: joint [of toe or finger]." (Greek)

BALANCE - "Definitions: weighing-scales, uncertainty; adjustment of accounts; sum remaining over. Associated spellings/words: bilanx, bi + lanx ['scale']."

balance - "Trivia: One of the eight symbols of Fo Hi (about 2800 B.C.), showing a series of three short parallel lines, where the top line is broken (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: dui ['lake']."

branchia - "Definitions: gills." (Greek)

pleonexia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'covetousness' [Mark 7:22]. Other definitions include: greediness. Associated spellings/words: plhonhxia."

Palongawhoya - "One of the the first two beings (the twin on the left) made by Spider Woman. Created to keep the world in order by sending out sound. Also known as 'Echo'. " (Native American / Hopi)

phreng ba - "Definitions: chain, wreath, garland." (Tibetan)

pleonektes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'covetous' [1 Corinthians 5:10]. Other definitions include: greedy. Associated spellings/words: plhonhkths."

PLANT - "Definitions: set in the ground to grow."

Brent - "Definitions: of Brent; an English place name meaning hill (Celtic). Associated spellings/words: bruaich ['hill']."

BLEND - "Definitions: at first mainly north; mix thoroughly. Associated spellings/words: blanda, blandan, blantan."

brand - "Definitions: sword (Old English). Associated spellings/words: brandr (Old Norse)."

BRAND - "Definitions: piece of burning wood; indentifying mark made by burning; sword. Associated spellings/words: brand, brant, brandr."

Brenda - "Definitions: sword. Associated spellings/words: brandr (Old Norse)."

bronte - "Definitions: bestower." (Gaelic)

Belinda - "Definitions: beautiful snake." (Teutonic)

Barnabas - "Definitions: son of consolation; son of the prophet." (Aramaic)

Brandon - "Definitions: hill covered with broom." (Old English)

Brendan - "Definitions: prince. Associated spellings/words: Breanainn (Irish)."

plantar - "Definitions: regional anatomical term refering to the sole of the foot."

PARENTHESIS - "Definitions: qualifying matter introduced into a passage; device used to mark this. Associated spellings/words; parentithenai ['place in besides'] (Greek)."

Bhrantidarsanatah - "Definitions: 'The creative god or the aggregate gods are regarded by the Eastern philosopher as

Bhrantidarsanatah - 'false apprehension,' some- thing 'conceived of, by reason of erroneous appearances, as a material form,' and explained as arising from the illusive conception of the Egotistic personal and human Soul (lower fifth principle). .... (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem).' "

PALM - "Definitions: part of the hand between the fingers and the wrist; flat part of a deer's horn; measure of length; part of the trunk of a tree from which branches spring; palm- leaf, palm-tree. Associated spellings/words: palame, lam ['hand'], folm, paume, paulme."

Palm Tree - "Trivia: In the Babylonian myth of the primal garden, the palm tree was the Tree of Life, a dwelling-place of the Goddess Astarte. The Hebrew version of her name was Tamar [palm tree]."

FORM - "Definitions: shape."

FROM - "Definitions: to show a starting point. Associated spellings/words: fra, promos ['foremost, forward'], fram, framr."

BRIM - "Definitions: border, margin, brink; edge of a cup; projecting rim of a hat. Associated spellings/words: brem, brahme, barmr ['edge'] (Old Norse); brim ['sea'] (Old English)."

Blam - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Balamm' [Numbers 22:5; 22:21]. Associated spellings/words: bil'am."

param - "Definitions: wind." (Korean)

param - "Definitions: supreme; beyond, further than." (Sanskrit)

Brahm -"Definitions: the ruler of Trikuti, the second spiritual region; known also as the ruler of Braham Lok, the name given to the Three Worlds; regarded by many as the supreme being [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 457]. Other definitions include: swelling, growth, expansion."

bhram - "Definitions: wander; be fused" (Sanskrit); baram ['marriage, wedding']; barem ['load, burden'] (Brahui)."

balam - "Definitions: jaguar (Mayan); balam ['force, strength'] (Sanskrit); bellum ['war'] (Latin); Bileam ['place of conquest'] (Bible Concordance)."

balam - "Definitions: to bridle (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: balom."

ferrum - "Definitions: iron." (Latin)

Balaam - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Balaam' [2 Peter 2:15]."

Balaam - "Definitions: not of the people; the son of Beor, a man endowed with the gift of prophesy; the last and greatest of the heathen prophets of Biblical tradition."

Behram - "Definitions: victory." (Persian)

Blama - "Definitions: literally, the superior: a title originally restricted to the head of a Tibetan monastery. Associated spellings/words: bla ma ['upper, higher one, teacher, monk incarnate']; Lama."

Brahma - "Definitions: God of creation in the Hindu trinity of creator, preserver, destroyer (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva) [Based on: Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 457]. Other definitions include: the first Hindu god, said to have been born from a golden egg that floated on the first waters; creator; the first created living being. Trivia: reportedly, a day of Brahma is equal to 8,600, 000,000 years; a cosmic year [one day of Brhma] reportedly lasts 4.3 billion years. A life of Brahma reportedly lasts 311 trillion and 40 billion years." Associated spellings/words: Brahma, Tridandi; Brakhmanes ['Brahmins'] (Greek)."

bar mitzvah - "Definitions: son of the covenant. Associated spellings/words: br mtsvh." (Hebrew)

param sant - "Definitions: a supreme saint; a saint who has attained the highest spiritual region [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit)."

brahman - "1 (mwd) brahman - n. (lit. 'growth' , 'expansion', 'evolution', 'development', 'swelling of the spirit or soul' [... .]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

brahmin - "Definitions: a member of the highest of the four Hindu castes; a priest." (Hindu)

Baalmeon - "Definitions: lord of the habitation; a city of Reuben." (Bible Concordance)

brahmand - "Definitions: Egg of Brahm; the grand division of the creation extending from Anda up to Bhanwar Gupha; the entire universe over which Braham has juristiction [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 457] (Sanskrit)."

brahmand - "Definitions: Second Grand Division in creation, below Sach Khand. It is a spiritual- material plane of the Universal Mind and subject to decay and dissolution." *Link: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm

PARAMOUNT - "Definitions: superior, supreme. Associated spellings/words: par ['by'] + amont ['above'"] (Old French)."

PERMANENT - "Definitions: lasting. Associated spellings/words: per + manere ['remain']."

pramantha - "The swastika or fire-drill sacred to Agni." (Sanskrit)

firmament - "Definitions: a sheet of hammered metal; the Hebrew word for firmament. Associated spellings/words: fermentum ['something made solid']; raqi."

palmar - "Definitions: regional anatomical term refering to the anterior surface of the hands."

FORMULA - "Definitions: physical beauty. Associated spellings/words: formula ['rule, principle'] (Latin)."

per-m-hru - "Trivia: Mu has gone forth from the day; a reported name for the Egyptian Book of the Dead."

brahmarandra - "Definitions: place [backside of the cranium] from where the soul departs at death." (Sanskrit)

Paramartha - "Definitions: 'Paramartha is the synonym of the Sanskrit term Svasam-vedana or 'the reflection which analyses itself'; self-consciousness. Associated spellings/ words: parama [above everything] + artha [comprehension]." (Based on: T.S.D. by H. P. Blavatsky - Vol. 1)

Paramarthika - "Definitions: 'the one true Existence' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem)."

formica - "Definitions: ant." (Latin)

parmakhia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'witchcraft' [Galatians 5:20]; 'sorceries' [Revelation 9:21; 18:23]. Associated spellings/words: pharmakeia."

pharmacon - "Definitions: drug." (Greek)

brahmacharya - "Definitions: the practice of celibacy, remaining continent, chastity; holy conduct of life (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: brahmacarya ['first period in life, celibate studenthood'], brahmacariya."

PERMEATE - "Definitions: seep through. Associated spellings/words: per + meare ['pass, go']."

paramita - "Definitions: boundless virtues." (Sanskrit)

Prometheus - "Definitions: creator of man; a son of the Titans who stole fire from the gods and gave it to mortals, a deed for which he was later punished by Zeus." (Greek Mythology)

Paramatma - "Definitions: The supreme soul or God [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit)."

paramatman - "Definitions: God, the infinite element." (Sanskrit)

PARAMETER - "Definitions: characteristic element. Associated spellings/words: para ['beside'] + metron ['measure']."

PERIMETER - "Definitions: outer boundary of a body or figure."

parampara - "Definitions: discipilic succession." (Sanskrit)

prr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'broken' [Genesis 17:14, etc.]; 'break' [Leviticus 26:15, etc.]; 'none effect' [Numbers 30:8]; 'void' [Numbers 30:12, etc.]; 'cease' [Psalm 85:4]. Other definitions include: defeat, frustrate. Associated spellings/words: parar."

pll - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pray' [Genesis 20:7, etc.]; 'judge' & 'intreat' [1 Samuel 2:25]; 'make' [1 Kings 8:29], [2 Chronicles 6:29]; 'executed judgement' [Psalm 106:30]. Other definitions include: prayed, thought. Associated spel- lings/words: palal."

bll - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'confound' [Genesis 11:7]; 'tempered' [Exodus 29:2]; 'mingled' [Exodus 29:40, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: balal."

brr - "Definitions: to purify, to cleanse or make bright, untainted, unstained, pure (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: barar; thr, thvr ['clean, purify']."

prer - "Definitions: drive on, impel, stir." (Sanskrit)

bral - "Definitions: separated from, disconnected." (Tibetan)

palal - "Definitions: intercede." (Hebrew)

Beryl - "The name of a pale green precious stone." (Sanskrit)

Blair - "Definitions: a plain." (Celtic)

parare - "Definitions: ward off (Italian). Associated spellings/words: parare ['prepare'] (Latin)."

parler - "Definitions: speak (Old French). Associated spellings/words: parlance ['speech']."

PARLOR - "Definitions: smaller room in a mansion, dwelling-house etc. for private talk, reception room. Associated spellings/words: parlur, parleor."

BARREL - "Definitions: closed cylindrical container."

brla - "Definitions: thigh." (Tibetan)

Flora - "Definitions: The Flourishing One; the Roman goddess of spring annually honored at the May Day festival called Floralia."

Per Ra - "Definitions: the city of Ra [City of the Sun]; also: Heliopolis [Ancient Egypt]." (Greek)

parley - "Definitions: speech, talk; conference for discussion of terms. Associated spellings/ words: parler ['speak'] (Old French)."

Parilia - "Definitions: in ancient Roman religion, the festival of the Pales on April 21; a festival of increase and celebration of the day of the founding of Rome in 753 B.C. Associated spellings/words: Palilia."

PARLIAMENT - "Definitions: talk, conference; deliberative assembly; Great Council of the realm. Associated spellings/words: parler."

pleroo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'fulfilled' [Matthew 1:22, etc.]; 'expired' [Acts 7:30]; 'after' [Acts 24:27]; 'supply' [Philippians 4:19]; 'complete' [Colossians 2:10, etc.]; 'perfect' [Revelation 3:2]. Other definitions include: fill, filleth, filled, full. Associated spellings/words: plhrow."

PARALYSIS - "Definitions: loss of function and esp. of voluntary motion. Associated spellings/ words: paralusis, paraluesthai ['be 'loosened' or disabled at the side'], para + luein ['loosen']."

pleroma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'fill' [Matthew 9:16, etc.]; 'filled' [Mark 2:21]. Other definitions include: fulness, fulfilling. Associated spellings/words: plhrwma."

prlog - "Definitions: layers of the log [laws]." (Old Norse)

barlag - "Definitions: a rag, tatter-demalion (Gaelic). Associated spellings/words: barlin ['sheet'] (Irish)."

pralaya - "Definitions: dissolution; cosmic dissolution, period of dissolution (Sanskrit)."

paralogizomai - "Definitions: Greek spelling for the word/words 'beguile' [Colossians 2:4]."

plerophoria - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'assurance' [1 Thessalonians 1:5]. Other definitions include: full assurance; certainty. Associated spellings/words: plhrophoria; plerophoreo [to achieve certainty']."

plerophoreo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'persuaded' [Romans 4:21]. Other defininitions include: to achieve certainty. Associated spellings/words: plhropphorhu."

paralambano - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'received' [John 1:11]."

PARALLEL - "Definitions: lying alongside [one] another and always the same distance apart; precisely similar or corresponding. Associated spellings/words: para ['alongside'] + allos ['other']."

plages - Definitions: beaches." (French)

pralabdh - "Definitions: the fate karma; our destiny in this life, created by actions in past lives, upon which the present life is based. See also: karma [Based on: Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 463] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: pralobdh, prarabdh."

Plg - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the name 'Peleg' [Genesis 10:25]: And unto Eber were born two sons; the name of the one was Peleg; for in his days was the earth divided; and his brother's name was Joktan [Iktn]."

prk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'rigour' [Exodus 1:13]. Other definitions include: crushing harshness. Associated spellings/words: perek."

brk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'blessed' [Genesis 5:2, etc.]; 'made' [Genesis 24:11]; 'kneel down' [Genesis 24:11]; 'bless' [Genesis 32:26, etc.]. Other definitions include: blesseth. Associated spellings/words: barak."

brq - "Definitions: lightning, lightning flash; the son of Abinoam [Abynam] [Judges 4:6]. Associated spellings/words: baraq; buraq(?)."

prak - "Definitions: previously, before, first[ly] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: prach ['ask, question']."

FORK - "Definitions: pronged instrument for digging; for eating; divergence into branches. Associated spellings/words: furca ['pitchfork, forked stake'] (Latin)."

PLAY - "Definitions: exercise onself, spec. by way of diversion, engage in [a game]; perform on a musical instrument, move swiftly, briskly, freely; act the character of. Associated spellings/words: plegian, pleien ['dance'], plegan, plega ['rapid movement, exercise, sport']."

brch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fled' [Genesis 16:6]; 'flee' [Gen- esis 18:8, etc.], [Jonah 1:3]; 'reach' [Exodus 26:28]; 'shoot' [Exodus 36:33]. Other definitions include: ran away. Associated spellings/words: barach, barah."

barg - "Definitions: hide (German). Associated spellings/words: berge, birg, geborgen, burg."

berg - "Definitions: mountain (German). Associated spellings/words: berg ['hill']; burg ['stronghold, fortress, fortified town, city'] (Old English); broch ['prehistoric tower-like structure in N. Scotland'], brugh, brogh, burgh; brigade; brigata ['troop, company']; brigare ['be busy with']; briga ['strife, contention']."

brag - "Definitions: rock." (Tibetan)

balk - "Definitions: ridge, esp between furrows; hindrance; wooden fetter; beam of timber (Old English). Associated spellings/words: balc, balca, balkr ['partition'] (Old Norse); barque ['boat, three-masted vessel'] (Old French)."

blac - "Definitions: adj. bright, shinning; pale pallid." (Old English)

balg - "Definitions: belly, bag." (Irish)

PARCH - "Definitions: dry by exposure to great heat; scorch, shrivel."

frage - "Definitions: question (German). Associated spellings/words: fragen ['ask'] (German)."

bailc - "Definitions: a ridge, beam; seasonable rain, showers." (Irish)

baraj - "Definitions: mixing, rolling [divining seeds or crystals]." (Mayan)

Balak - "Definitions: devastator, a king of Moab who hired Balaam to curse Israel." (Hebrew)

Beorc [B] - "Definitions: mother of manifestation; the container of all becoming / being; the breasts of the Earth Mother Goddess; birch tree; the 18 Rune commonly depicted by two sideways triangles, one on top of the other [resembling a B-like shape]; protection, concealment (Runic). Associated spellings/words: Berkano, Bjarkan ['birch goddess'], Bairkan ['birch twig'], Beorc, bjork ['birch tree']; Bar, belle, bel ['beautiful woman'] (French); boil." ['hard inflamed tumor'], byl, bula, bulla ['bladder, bubble']."

brach - "Definitions: eternal." (Gaelic)

brach - "Definitions: break (German). Associated spellings/words: breche, brich, gebrochen, bruch."

BULGE - "Definitions: wallet, pouch ; swell out. Associated spellings/words: barge ['long heavy boat'] (Old French); bark ['outer rind of tree'] (Old Norse)."

Blake - "Definitions: a name believed to mean either black, or pail." (Old English)

balach - "Definitions: clown, lad." (Irish)

brka - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'blessed' [Genesis 1:22; 5:2, etc.]; 'salute' [2 Kings 4:29, etc.]; 'congratulate' [1 Chronicles 18:10]; 'curse' [Job 1:11; 2:5, 9]; 'praised' [Psalm 72:15]. Other definitions include: blessing, prayer, mantram. Associated spellings/words: b'rach-a; prec-or ['I pray'] (Latin); s-prache-e ['language'] (German)."

prajA - "3 (mwd) prajA f. (ifc. f. %{A}; cf. %{pra-ja} above) procreation, propagation, birth RV. AV.; offspring, children, family, race, posterity, descendants, aftergrowth (of plants) RV. &c. &c.; a creature, animal, man, mankind; people, subjects (of a prince) ib.; seed, semen VS. (cf. %{-niSeka}); an era DivyA7v." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

flecha - "Definitions: arrow." (Spanish)

palakh - "Definitions: plough." (Hebrew)

paroikia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'strangers' [Acts 13:17]; 'sojourning' [1 Peter 1:17]. Associated spellings/words paroikeo; peregrinus ['aliens'] (Latin)."

bairagya - "Definitions: the total dissolution of attachment (Hindu). Associated spellings/ words: vairag."

paroikeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'stranger' [Luke 24:18]; 'sojourned' [Hebrews 11:9]. Associated spellings/words paroikhw; xenos."

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

bregu - "Definitions: lord, ruler." (Old English)

preks - "Definitions: see, discern." (Sanskrit)

plages - Definitions: beaches." (French)

Balkis - "Definitions: The Queen of Sheba, according to the Koran. Associated spellings/words: Bilqis, Balqama."

pelagos - "Definitions: sea (Greek). Associated spellings/words: pelagus, pelagicus."

pelekus - "Definitions: axe (Greek). Associated spellings/words: pelekan."

praghas - "Definitions: price." (Gaelic)

barracoes - "Definitions: buildings constructed for slaves pending sale (Portuguese). Associated spellings/words: barracones, coon, barracks."

black stone - "Definitions: a most sacred object embedded in the southeastern corner of the Kaba. A pre-Islamic black stone, the origin of which is reportedly unknown."

prajan - "1 (mwd) prajan - A1. %{-jAyate} (ep. also P. %{-ti}), to be born or produced, spring up from (abl.) be begotten (by [instr. or abl.]; from [abl.]; or with [loc.]; in [loc. or %{adhi}]) RV. &c. &c.; to become an embryo S3Br.; to be born again MBh.; to propagate offspring with or by (instr.) RV. S3Br. Mn.; to bring forth, generate, bear, procreate (acc.); beget on (loc. or instr.) MBh.; to cause to be reproduced S3Br.: Caus. %{-janayati}, to cause any one (acc.) to propagate offspring (instr.) RV.; to beget, procreate MaitrS. (aor. %{prajanayAm@akaH}; cf. Pa1n2. 3-1 , 42) AV. S3Br.; to cause to be reproduced S3Br.: Desid. %{-jijaniSate}, to wish to be born S3Br.: Desid. of Caus. %{-jijanayiSati}, to wish to cause to be conceived or born ib." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

bargen - "Definitions: bread, cake (Old Irish). Associated spellings/words: byrgan ['to taste'] (Anglo-Saxon); bergja ['taste'] (Norse)."

FOREIGN - "c.1300, ferren, foreyne 'out of doors,' from O.Fr. forain, from L.L. foranus 'on the outside, exterior,' from L. foris 'outside,' lit. 'out of doors,' related to fores 'door;' spelling altered 17c. perhaps by influence of reign, sovereign. Replaced native fremd. Sense of 'not in one's own land' is first attested late 14c."
*Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=foreign&searchmode=none

PARAGON - "Definitions: pattern of excellence; match, mate; comparison; perfect diamond. Associated spellings/words: parakone ['whetstone'], parakonan ['sharpen against'], para + akone ['whetstone']."

brachion - "Definitions: arm (Greek). Associated spellings/words: brachial."

prajna - "Definitions: wisdom, intelligence, understanding; the mother of all Buddhas (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: panna."

paroxuno - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'stirred' [Acts 17:16]; 'provoked' [1 Corinthians 13:5]. Associated spellings/words paroxunw; paroxynomai ['distress, trouble']."

Perkunas - "Definitions: Lithuanian god of Thunder."

bar gnam - "Definitions: the middle sphere of the universe (Tibetan). Associated spellings/ words: bar snang."

pregunta - "Definitions: question (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: preguntar ['to ask']."

Prajnaparamita - "Perfection of Wisdom; Goddess of Perfect Wisdom; Mother Wisdom; Mother of All the Buddhas (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Yum Chenmo ['Great Mother'] (Tibetan)."
*Link: http://members.tripod.com/~lhamo/9deity.htm#Prajnaparamita

bregma - "Definitions: the top portion of the head; brain." (Greek)

phragmos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'hedged' [Matthew 21:33]; 'hedge' [Mark 12:1]; 'hedges' [Luke 14:23]; 'partition' [Ephesians 2:14]. Other definitions include: barrier, a fence, a wall, a dividing wall. Associated spell- ings/words: pragmos."

brachmans - "Definitions: Brahmans?" (Hindu?)

FRAGMENT - "Definitions: part broken off. Associated spellings/words: frangere, fract." praKr - "1 (mwd) prakR 1. P. A1. %{-karoti}, %{-kurute}, %{-kRNoti} , %{-Nute} &c., to make, produce, accomplish, perform, achieve, effect RV. &c. &c.; to make into, render (with double acc.) Mn. MBh. &c.; (with %{dArAn}) to take to wife, marry MBh.; to appoint, charge with (loc.) Pa1rGr2. Mn. Ya1jn5.; to enable to, make fit for (inf.) RV.; to remove, destroy, kill AV. Hariv.; (only A1. by Pa1n2. 1-3 , 32) to violate, pollute (a girl) Mn. viii, 370; (A1.) to induce, move, incline RV.; to make a person perform anything Pa1rGr2.; (with %{manas}, or %{buddhim}) to set the heart upon, make up the mind to (dat. or loc.), resolve, determine Mn. MBh. R.; to gain, win, conquer RV.; to lay out, expend Pa1n2. 1-3 , 32; to put forward, mention first, make the subject of discussion ib.; to serve, honour, worship Bhat2t2.: Caus. %{-kArayati}, to cause to be made or prepared Gaut." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

prec-or - "Definitions: I pray." (Latin)

pracarah - "Definitions: roaming, movement." (Sanskrit)

pellagra - "Definitions: deficiency disease marked by cracked skin. Associated spellings/words: pelle ['skin']."

parakaleo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'comforted' [Matthew 2:18, etc.]; 'pray' [Matthew 26:53, etc]. Other definitions include: besought, beseeching, desiredst, desired, desiring, prayed, exhortation, exhort, comfort, appeal. Associated spellings/words: parakalhw; paraklesis."

paraklesis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'consolation' [Luke 2:25, etc.]. Other definitions include: comfort, exhortation. Associated spellings/words: paraklhsis, parakaleo."

prakIrNa - "5 (cap) prakIrNa & {-ka} a. scattered, dispersed, mixed, miscellaneous; n. miscellanea." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

peregrinus - "Definitions: aliens." (Latin)

peregrinor - "Definitions: to travel in foreign lands." (Latin)

prakrama - "5 (cap) prakrama m. step, stride (also as a measure of distance); commencement, beginning, proportion, measure." (cap)= Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

prakramaNa - "6 (mwd) prakramaNa n. stepping forwards, proceeding, advancing towards (comp.) Ka1tyS3r. Ka1lid.; issuing forth Tattvas." (mwd)= Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Bergelmir - "Definitions: ancestor of the frost giants, born from Thrudgelmir." (Norse Mythology)

prakRR - "32 (mwd) prakRR 1. P. %{-kirati}, to scatter forth, strew, throw about S3Br. MBh. &c.; to issue forth, spring up R. Sus3r.: Pass. (and P. Pot. %{-kIryAt}) to disappear, vanish MBh. " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

prakIrt - "7 (mwd) prakIrt P. %{-kIrtayati} , to announce, proclaim, declare, call, name, state, approve Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

PARAGRAPH - "Definitions: character, or, marking a section of a discourse, etc.; passage or section of a book, etc.; short passage or notice in a journal. paragraphos ['short horizontal stroke written below the beginning of a line in which a break of sense occurs, passage so marked']. Associated spellings/words: para ['by the side'] + graphos ['graph']." paraclete - "Definitions: title of the holy ghost. Associated spellings/words: paracletos ['advocate, intercessor; councel, comfort'], parakalein ['call to one's aid']; para + kalein ['call'] (Greek)."

prakrta - "Definitions: [speech] of the common people." (Sanskrit)

prakrti - "Definitions: making or placing before or at first, the original or natural form or condition of anything, the principle of nature or materiality." (Sanskrit)

Prakriti - "The most subtle potentiality that is behind whatever is created in the physical universe, also called 'primordial Matter'. It is also a state of equilibrium amongst the Three Gunas." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samkhya]

prakriti - "Definitions: the essential nature of mind and matter, which projects itself in various forms of emotions and actions, and which also influences the various parts of the body; prakritis are twenty-five in number and consist of five principal manifestations of the five elements in the body [Based on: Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit)."

parakletos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Comforter' [John 14:16, 26; 15:26; 16:7]; 'advocate' [1 John 2:1]. Other definitions include: Counselor, Helper. Associated spellings/words: paraklhtos."

prkt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'vail' [Exodus 26:31, etc.]. Other definitions include: inner veil of the tabernacle or temple. Associated spellings/ words: paroket, poreketh; katapetasma (Greek)."

PLACID - "Definitions: undisturbed or peaceful. Associated spellings/words: placere ['please']."

brgyad - "Definitions: eight, 8th." (Tibetan)

Baalgad - "Definitions: lord of fortune; a town in the valley of Lebanon." (Old Testament)

PERCEIVE - "Definitions: apprehend with the mind; apprehend through the senses; receive, collect. Associated spellings/words: percipere ['seize, obtain, collect, understand, apprehend'], per + capere ['take'] (Latin)."

Baal-Gad - "Definitions: Goat-Lord, a Semitic name of Pan, ancestor of the tribe of Gad."

placebo - "Definitions: I shall please." (Latin)

plektes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'striker' [1 Timothy 3:3], [Titus 1:7]. Other definitions include: violent. Associated spellings/words: plhkths."

baraka bashad - "Definitions: may the blessings be (Paul Twitchell, Eckankar Dictionary). Associated spellings/words: barukh ['blessed'], berekh ['knee'] (Hebrew); baraka ['Word used by Mohammedans of Morocco for the supernatural energy, or holiness attached to certain persons or objects']; berkata ['to speak']; katakan ['speak, say'] (Indonesian)."

FRACTION - "Definitions: portion. Associated spellings/words: frangere, fract ['break']."

FRICTION - "Definitions: a rubbing between two surfaces. Associated spellings/words: frictio - on, fricare ['rub']."

Perceval - "Definitions: He Who Pierces [or penetrates] the Valley (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Peredur, Paladrhir."

Percivale - "Definitions: 'Pure Fool'. Associated spellings/words: Parsi-fool." [See: Parabola (August 2001 - Percivale and the Grail, by Anna-Marie Ferguson, p. 44)

practica - "Definitions: practice. Associated spellings/words: praktikos ['concerned with action'] (Greek)."

Black Death - "Trivia: 1349 A.D. A form of bubonic plague once responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of people. About 30 percent of the Chinese population, 1/4 of the European population, and 1/3 of the Muslim world."

Prajapati - "Definitions: lord of all creatures born from a golden egg, who after one year spoke three words: Bhuh [earth], Bhuvah [atmosphere] and Svar [sky] (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Pasupati ['Lord of beasts']."

Prajapati - "In Hinduism, Prajapati (Sanskrit: ... (IAST: praja--pati); Pali: ...; Urdu: ... 'lord of creatures' is a Hindu deity presiding over procreation, and protector of life. He appears as a creator deity or supreme God Viswakarma Vedic deities in RV 10 and in Brahmana literature. Vedic commentators also identify him with the creator referred to in the [1] Nasadiya Sukta. Vis'vákarma is one of the praja-patis, the sons of Lord Brahma- who generate progeny[2] [NP] In later times, he is identified with Vishnu, Shiva, with the personifications of Time, Fire, the Sun, etc. He is also identified with various mythical progenitors, especially (Manu Smrti 1.34) the ten lords of created beings first created by Brahma-, which are the Prajapatis: [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prajapati]

prt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Euphrates' [Genesis 2:14, 15:18]. Other definitions include: fruitful. Associated spellings/words: Perath (Hebrew); Purattu ['great river'] (Assyrian); Firat (Arabic); Buranun (Sumerian); Uizhun (Iranian)."

prd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'parted' [Genesis 2:10, etc.]; 'divided' [Genesis 10:2, etc.]. 'part' [Ruth 1:17]; 'dispersed' [Ester 3:8]; 'out of joint' [Psalm 22:14]; 'stretched' [Ezekiel 1:11]. Other definitions include: to separate, divide, scatter. Associated spellings/words: parad."

plt - "Definitions: to escape, to save, to deliver (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: palat; plyth ['escaped']; plvt ['division']; palah ['to separate']; bdl, badal ['to separate']."

prap - "Definitions: reach, arrive, go to; obtain, win (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: prope ['near'] (Latin)."

flet - "Definitions: floor." (Old English) *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html

PART - "Definitions: portion of a whole; portion alloted, share; side; direction. Associated spellings/words: partiri ['divide, distribute, part']. prad ['thread'], drad, drat."

pelt - "Definitions: skin with short wool on it; raw skin of an animal. Associated spellings/ words: pellis ['skin'] (Latin)."

pelt - "Definitions: attack with many and repeated blows; speed along."

prts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'spread' [Genesis 28:14]; 'increased' [Genesis 30:30]; 'broken forth' [Genesis 38:29]. Other definitions include: break, compelled, pressed, urged, abroad, made, dispersed, scattered, one who maliciously tears down. Associated spellings/words: parats."

prts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'breach' [Genesis 38:29]. Associated spellings/words: perets."

Prts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Perez' [Genesis 38:29]. Other definitions include: the firstborn son of Judah and Tamar [his daughter-in-law]; twin brother of Zerah. Associated spellings/words: perets, Pharez."

prts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'grew' [Exodus 1:12]. Other definitions include: spread. Associated spellings/words: parats."

Fold - "Definitions: a name for Earth." (Hungarian) *Link: http://www.nineplanets.org/days.html

plvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'division' [Exodus 8:23]; 'redemption' [Psalm 111:9; 130:7]; 'redeem' [Isaiah 50:2]. Other definitions include: to separate. Associated spellings/words: palah ['to separate']; bdl, badal ['to separate']; plt, palat ['to escape, to save, to deliver']."

bart - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wells' [Genesis 26:15]."

bhrt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bright spot' [Leviticus 13:2]. Associated spellings/words: brr ['to clean, make bright, purify']; thr, taher ['clean']."

BULB - "Definitions: rounded or pear-shaped object."

BOLD - "Definitions: daring. Associated spellings/words: bald, ballr ['dangerous, fatal']."

BIRD - "Definitions: winged animal."

Bird - "Year of the Bird, the 10th twelve-year cycle in the Chinese calendar."

bard - "Definitions: Celtic minstrel-poet."

Bard - "The original and primitive inhabitants of Britain, at some remote period, revived and reformed their national institutes. Their priest, or instructor, had hithero been sim- ply named Gwydd, but it was considered to have become necessary to divide this office between the national, or superior, priest and another whose influence [would] be more limited. From henceforth the former became Der-Wydd (Druid), or superior instructor, and [the latter] Go-Wydd, or O-Vydd (Ovate), subordinate instructor; and both went by the general name of Beirdd (Bards), or teachers of wisdom. As the system matured and augmented, the Bardic Order consisted of three classes, the Druids, Beirdd Braint, or privileged Bards, and Ovates." (See Samuel Meyrick and Charles Smith, *The Costume of The Original Inhabitants of The British Islands.) [Based on: The Secret Teachings Of All Ages, by Manly P. Hall, pp. 42-43 (2003 edition)]

balat - "Definitions: forcibly." (Sanskrit)

BRAVE - "Definitions: showing courage."

Brett - "Definitions: a Breton; a middle English surname."

burde - "Definitions: young woman." (Middle English)

BRAID - "Definitions: interweave."

BROAD - "Definitions: wide. Associated spellings/words: brad, bret, breit, breior, braips."

blaed - "Definitions: prosperity, glory; foliage, fruit (Old English). Associated spellings/ words: builder ['symbolized by a two-sided square'] (Mayan)."

PARADE - "Definitions: show, display. Associated spellings/words: parada, parata, parare."

pallet - "Definitions: (straw) mattress. Associated spellings/words: paillete ['straw'], paille ['straw'], palea ['chaff, straw'] (Latin)."

pallet - "Definitions: flat-bladed wooden instrument; flat board; projection which engages with the tooth of a wheel. Associated spellings/words: pale ['spade. blade'], pale ['spade, shovel'], palus ['stake'] (Latin)."

Barret - "Definitions: dispute." (Middle English)

Bharat - "Definitions: being maintained; one of the names of Agni, the Hindu god of fire; also the name of the brother of Rama in Hindu legend; the official name of the country of India. Associated spellings/words: bhrt ['to hold, maintain'] (Sanskrit)."

BEHOLD - "Definitions: keep, maintain; watch, look. Associated spellings/words: behalten, be + hold."

Peorth [P] - "Definitions: Womb; dice cup [a device for casting lots]; laws of cause and effect; time; fate; process of cosmic becomming; the 14th Rune. Associated spellings/words: peordh; perthro; pairthra; pur ['lot'] (Hebrew); purim ['lots']."

prdh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mule' [1 Kings 1:33, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: pirdah."

preta - "Literally, a dead person, disembodied spirit of the deceased, unhappy ghost." (Sanskrit) Associated spellings/words: pret ['a kind of lower angel']; prit ['positive force']."

pardah - "Definitions: curtain, screen." (Persian)

Bertha - "Definitions: bright; famous; The White Lady; Teutonic Goddess of Nature renowned for spinning; Identified with Frigga, Holda, Huldra, Ostara, etc. (German). Associated spellings/words: byrth, birth, berth ['adequate sea-room; appointment, esp. on a ship; sleeping-place on a ship']."

Viradj - "Definitions: the phenomenal world (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: viradyi."

ballede - "Definitions: hairless, having a white blaze (M. English, M. Scottish). Associated spellings/words: ballede, bellit, balde ['pail'] (Spanish)."

bharatah - "Definitions: actor, player (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Mahabharata ['The Great Story'] (Hindu)."

blty - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'not' [Genesis 3:11, etc.], [Numbers 14:6, etc.]; 'lest' [Genesis 4:15; 38:9, etc.]; 'except' [Genesis 43:3]; 'save' [Exodus 22:20]; 'beside' [Numbers 11:6], [1 Samuel 2:2], [Hosea 13:4]; 'continual' [Isaiah 14:6]; 'no' [Jeremiah 17:24]; 'except' [Amos 3:3; 'nothing' [Amos 3:4]. Other definitions include: none, from, without, neither. Associated spellings/words: biltiy."

prati - "Definitions: towards, against, with regard to, about." (Sanskrit)

blady - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'not in me' [Genesis 41:16]; 'beside' [Numbers 5:20], [Joshua 22:19], [Isaiah 43:11; 44:6, 44:8]; 'save' [Genesis 14:24], [2 Samuel 22:32]; 'without' [Genesis 41:44], [2 Kings 18:25], [Jeremiah 44:19]. Associated spellings/words: bil'adey."

Baladeva - "Definitions: 'Strength of god.' Hindi myth name of the elder brother of Sri Krish- na, derived from the elements *bala 'strength' and *deva 'god.' " [Based on: http:// www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. - 01/10/07]

Parthia - "Definitions: Virgin-land; the home of Sythians who worshipped the Virgin Artemis." (Greek)

prepo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'becometh' [Matthew 3:15. Other definitions include: comely, became. Associated spellings/words: prhpw."

blepo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'looketh' [Matthew 5:28, etc.]. Other definitions include: see, seeing, seeth, beholdest, regardeth, heed, look, perceive. Associated spellings/words: blepw."

prthu - "Definitions: lit. 'large, great, important, abundant' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings / words: prithu ['the son of vena']; prithvi." *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prithu

bardo - "Definitions: in-between state, gap, interval of suspension (Tibetan). Associated spell- ings/words: Bardo Thodol ['The Tibetan Book of the Dead; the great liberation by hearing [thodol] while in the bardo']; bardo thol, bardo thosgrol."

prabhu - "Definitions: Lord, having power and control (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: prabhu ['master']."

pletho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'furnished' [Matthew 22:10]. Other definitions include: filling. Associated spellings/words: plhtw."

pselaphao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'handle' [Luke 24:39, etc.]; 'feel' [Acts 17:27]; 'touched' [Hebrews 12:18]; 'handled' [1 John 1:1]. Other meanings include: touch. Associated spellings/words: palapao."

prabhavah - "Definitions: power." (Sanskrit)

pardes - "Definitions: garden." (Hebrew)

bardus - "Definitions: stupid, slow, dull." (Latin)

plethos - "Definitions: a crowd." (Greek)

PARADISE - "Definitions: garden of Eden; heaven; paradisaical place or state; park, pleasure- ground; the intermediate state. Associated spellings/words: paradeisos ['first used of the parks of Persian kings and nobles (hence) garden, orchard'] (Greek); pairidaeza ['enclousure'], pairi ['around'], peri + diz ['mould, form'] (Avestan)."

Pleiades - "Definitions: a group of seven stars in the constellation of Taurus which, among several different world cultures marked the beginning of a new year, or a time to plant. In Classical mythology the Pleiades represented the Maytime feast of life and the November feast of death at opposite points [solstices] of the year."

ferthing - "Definitions: 'fourthing'." (Old English)

Barabbas - "Definitions: son of the father, released from prison in Jesus's place, according to Luke 23:18" (Aramaic)

Prabhasa - "Definitions: dawn; one of the vasu, or eight divine beings, the children of Aditi." (Hindu Mythology)

Pairidaeza - "Definitions: a magic garden surrounding the holy mountain of the gods, where the Tree of Life bore the fruit of immortality; the divine virgin who would give birth to the future Redeemer: the Madhi, Messiah, or Savior, etc. (Persian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: paradise."

prophasis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pretence' [Matthew 23:14], [Mark 12:40], [Philippines 1:18]; 'shew' [Luke 20:47]; 'cloke' [John 15:22], [1 Thessalonians 2:5]; 'colour' [Acts 27:30]. Other defininitions include: a word related to appearances. Associated spellings/words: porpasis."

paradosis - "Definitions: Greek spelling for the word/words 'tradition' [Mark 7:8]."

brtse ba - "Definitions: love, kindness." (Tibetan)

feldspar - "Definitions: field-rock; feldspar is the most common rock about us. It makes up perhaps sixty per cent of the dry land. Associated spellings/words: feld ['field'] (German) + spar ['any rock that is not metal-containing'] (Anglo-Saxon)."

BURDEN - "Definitions: something carried."

Paladin - "Definitions: 'champion'." (French)

PERTAIN - "Definitions: belong, relate. Associated spellings/words: per + tenere ['hold']."

Baldwin - "Definitions: bold friend." (Teutonic)

pradhana - "Definitions: unevolved cause; primary matter of spirit; principle, important [person], in authority (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: parthenos ['virgin'] (Greek)."

plethyno - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'abound' [Matthew 24:12]; 'multiplied' [Acts 6:1, ect.]. Other definitions include: multiply. Associated spellings/words: plhtuno."

parthenos - "Definitions: virgin." (Greek)

Parthenon - "Definitions: virgin-temple, the shrine of Athene still standing on the Acropolis above Athens (Greek). Associated spellings/words: parthenos ['virgin']."

PERTINENT - "Definitions: relevant."

brdung ba - "Definitions: beat." (Tibetan)

Portenta - "Definitions: a name for one of four types of omens: those that forshadow or portend."

PERPENDICULAR - "Definitions: a vertical line is perpendicular to a horizontal line. The verticle line hangs down and through the horizontal one as in the familar plus sign [+]. Associated spellings/words: per ['through'] + pendere ['to hang'] (Latin)."

phortion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'burden' [Matthew 11:30], [Galat- ions 6:5]; 'burdens' [Matthew 23:4], [Luke 11:46]. Other definitions include: burdens, the pack a soldier is expected to carry. Associated spellings/words: portion."

Pr-Itm - "Definitions: house [i.e., Temple] of the God Atum (Egyptian). Associated spellings/ words: Pithom [Exodus 1:1]."

palatium - "Definitions: origionally the name of one of the seven hills of Rome; the house of Augustus there situated, the palace of the Caesars which finally covered the hill." (Latin)

palladium - "Definitions: image of Pallas in the citadel of Troy, on which the safety of the city depended; safeguard, protection. Associated spellings/words: palladion, Pallas ['epithet of the goddess Athene'] (Greek)."

Bratumil - "Definitions: favoured by a brother (Slavic). Associated spellings/words: bratu ['brother'] + mil ['favour']."

barbar - "Definitions: flashing." (Sumerian)

bhratr - "Definitions: support; brother." (Sanskrit)

Balder - "Definitions: the son of Odin and Frigg who descended into the whomb of Hel, the underworld. At doomsday [Ragnarok] he will return to earth and establish a new earth and a new heaven." (Norse Mythology)

Balder - "English form of Old Norse Baldr, myth name of a son god of Odin and Frigg, meaning 'prince.' " [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. - 01/10/07]

parable - "Definitions: similitude, dark saying, proverb; ficticious narrative or allegory for teaching spiritual truth. Associated spellings/words: parabole ['comparison, anology, proverb'], paraballein ['put alongside, compare'], para + ballein ['throw'] (Greek)."

palpare - "Definitions: touch soothingly, stroke." (Latin)

Balfour - "Definitions: village pasture." (Gaelic)

PARTIAL - "Definitions: inclined to favor one party or individual; pertaining to a part."

fratra - "Definitions: tribe." (Greek)

Barbara - "Definitions: foreign. Associated spellings/words: Barbaros (Greek)."

Bradley - "Definitions: broad clearing." (Old English)

barbaros - "Definitions: originally used by ancient Greek travelers to designate foreigners who did not speak Greek. Associated spellings/words: BARBARIAN."

blepharon - "Definitions: eyelid." (Greek)

PARAPHERNALIA - "Definitions: articles of personal property which the law allows a married woman to regard as her own; trappings, accessories. Associated spellings/ words: parapherna ['articles of property held by a wife besides her dowry'], para + pherne ['dowry'], pherein ['bear']."

PERFORM - "Definitions: complete, finish; bring about; effect; construct. Associated spellings/ words: per + fournir ['furnish']."

Bertram - "Definitions: bright raven (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: beraht + hraban."

Parabrahm - "Definitions: beyond Brahm; the regions beyond Braham Lok [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462] (Sanskrit)."

Bartholomew - "Definitions: son of Tolmai [Ptolemy], one of the twelve apostles of Christ." (Aramaic)

PERPLEX - "Definitions: trouble with doubt or uncertainty; make uncertain or involved through intricacy. Associated spellings/words: per + plexus, plectere ['plait, interweave, involve']."

Berthold - "Definitions: bright ruler." (Teutonic)

Baal-Berith - "Definitions: God of the Covenant; Canannite lawgiving deity represented by two stone tablets in the temple of Shachem."

BRIDGE - "Definitions: elevated structure, structure built for passage over a depression or obstacle. Associated spellings/words: brucca, bruche, bryggja."

PARADOX - "Definitions: statement or tenant contrary to received opinion; proposition on the face of it contradictory; phenomenon conflicting with preconceived notions. Associated spellings/words: para + doxa ['opinion'] (Greek)."

phra dog - "Definitions: envy, jealousy (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: phrag dog."

Prodigia - "Definitions: a name for one of four types of omens: those that give signs of future events through miraculous happenings."

barbecue - "Definitions: from barbricot, the grill of green boughs on which Carib Indians used to roast human flesh."

paradigm - "Definitions: pattern, example; model. Associated spellings/words: paradeigma ['example'], paradeiknunai ['show side by side'], para + deiknunai ['show'] (Greek)."

PARTICLE - "Definitions: small or minute part. Associated spellings/words: particula."

PARTICULAR - "Definitions: partial; pertaining to a single individual; private, personal; distinguished as an individual; part, section. Associated spellings/words: particula."

PERFECT - "Definitions: experienced; complete; faultless; accurate. Associated spellings/words: parfit, parfet, per + facere."

PARTICIPLE - "Definitions: word that partakes of the nature of a verb and an adjective; person or thing partaking of two natures."

PARTICIPATE - "Definitions: take part in."

Baal-Hadad - "Definitions: the standard term of kingship in primitive Palestine."

prathiba - "Definitions: illumination which comes by purity alone, ect."

Prthivi - "Definitions: Nature; Mother Nature; Female Divinity. Mythology: a Hindu goddess personifying the earth, associated in earlier texts with Dyaus Pita, the sky. Associated spellings/words: prithivi tattva ['terrestrial spirit, or force of earth'] (Tibetan Buddhism); prithvi lok ['The Earth World']; pritva ['one of the five primary states of matter (earth)']; vac ['speech, word'] (Rig Veda/Sanskrit)."

probaton - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sheep's' [Matthew 7:15]; 'sheep' [Matthew 9:36, etc.]."

PARTITION - "Definitions: distribution; something that divides. Associated spellings/words: partitio, partiri."

paradidomi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'cast' [Matthew 4:12]; 'deliver' [Matthew 5:25, etc.]; 'betrayed' [Matthew 10:4, etc.]; 'delivered' [Matthew 11:27, etc.]; 'brought forth' [Mark 4:29]. Other definitions include: betray, gave over, handed over. Associated spellings/words: paradidwmi."

parhpidhmos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'pilgrims' [Hebrews 11:13]. Other definitions include: one staying for a while in a place he cannot call home. Associated spellings/words: parepidemos; paroikeo; parokia; paroikos; xenos."

Bradford - "Definitions: broad ford." (Old English)

paradiatribe - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'disputings' [1 Timothy 6:5]

PERPETUATE - "Definitions: make perpetual. Associated spellings/words: per + petere ['be directed towards']; PERPETUAL ['continuing forever']."

prabhavapyaya - "The Sanskrit word is Prabhavapyaya, 'the place, or rather plane, whence emerges the origination, and into which is the resolution of all things,' says a commentator." (Based on: T.S.D. by H. P. Blavatsky - Vol. 1)

PALPABLE - "Definitions: tangible, sensitive; plainly observable; evident, manifest; capable of being touched. Associated spellings/words: palpabilis, palpare ['touch soothingly'] (Latin)."

pch - "Definitions: the word 'breathed' [Genesis 2:7]. Associated spellings/words: npch, naphach."

PEG - "Definitions: pin or bolt of wood, etc.; tooth; pin with which the tension of strings is adjusted; step, degree; measure of drink."

pag - "Definitions: brick." (Tibetan)

pac - "Definitions: peace (Latin). Associated spellings/words: pax."

Pax - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 16 [6 Jun - 25 June], Music, arts, literature, sensible personality."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

bag - "Definitions: feeling, frame of mind; narrow space; caution." (Tibetan)

bak - "Definitions: bone; captive (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: baca ['weeping; a valley near Jerusalem'] (Bible Concordance)."

bak - "Definitions: working." (Egyptian)

Beg - "Definitions: the undersea afterworld of Papuan (New Guinea Mythology). Associated spellings/words: a temporary abode for soul on its way to Boigu ['blissful final resting place']; baigh ['drown'] (Gaelic)."

bac - "Definitions: hindrance (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bacaim."

bac - "Definitions: a crook (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bacc (Old Irish); bach (Welsh); bakko-s (Celtic); Bak (Norse); back (English); bacach ['lame'] (Irish); bachog ['crooked'] (Welsh)."

baj - "Definitions: back (Brahui). Associated spellings/words: bacule ['see-saw']; battre ['beat'] (French)."

BIG - "Definitions: large in size."

pach - "Definitions: reverse."

pege - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fountain' [Mark 5:29]. Associated spellings/words: phgh."

PACE - "Definitions: step; rate of progression. Associated spellings/words: passus [step, pace, literally: stretch [of the leg], f. pass-, pp. stem of pandere ['stretch, extend']."

PASS - "Definitions: passage; onward movement; go by, through, or beyond. Associated spellings/ words: pace."

page - "Definitions: boy, lad; youth in training for knighthood; male person of low condition; boy (or man) employed as servant or attendant; a foot-boy or errand-boy at a house, hotel, etc.; one side of a leaf of a book. Associated spellings/words: pagina ['vine- trellis, column of writing, page or leaf']; pag ['fix']."

pack - "Definitions: bundle, bale."

peck - "Definitions: bushel." (Anglo-Norman)

PICK - "Definitions: break up with a pointed instrument. Associated spellings/words: pic, pykk, pike, pico ['beak'] (Spanish)."

FACE - "Definitions: XIII - (O)F. :- Rom *facia, alt. of L. facies form, appearance, visage. Hence vb. XV facial +(in f. sight, vision) face-to-face XVII; pert. to the face XIX - medL. facialis. (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary of Etymology - paperback 1996)

bhaj - "Definitions: deal out, apportion, dispense, distribute (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: bhajati."

bach - "Definitions: drunkenness (Irish). Associated spellings/words: Bacchus (Latin)."

beag - "Definitions: ring; jewlelry, treasure. Associated spellings/words: began ['surround'], begang, bigeng ['circuit']."

PIECE - "Definitions: a seperate or detached portion, part of a whole. Associated spellings/ words: pece, petia, peth ['quantity, part'], pezh ['piece']."

pga - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'encountered' [Genesis 28:11]; 'fell upon' [1 Kings 2:25]. Other definitions include: lighted, met, meet, meeteth, came, reach, reacheth, intreat, intercession, intercessor. Associated spellings/words: paga."

bqa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'broken' [Genesis 7:11, etc.]; 'clave' [Genesis 22:3, etc.]; 'divide' [Exodus 14:16, etc.]. Other definitions include: divided, rend, rent, asunder, break, rip, ripped, hatch, breach, cleft. Associated spellings/ words: baqa."

bqa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sheckel' [Genesis 24:22]; 'bekah' [Exodus 38:26]. Other definitions include: half [bqa, bekah] a shekel. Associated spell- ings/words: beqa."

bkh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wept' [Genesis 21:16]; 'weep' [Genesis 23:2]. Associated spellings/words: bakah."

bka - "Definitions: word." (Tibetan)

paca - "Definitions: five (Pali). Associated spellings/words: pa-ca."

paca - "Definitions: to wash." (Aztec)

phgh - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fountain' [Mark 5:29]. Associated spellings/words: pege."

baqa - "Definitions: permanence." (Sufi)

baga - "Definitions: god; reportedly, Baga appears in more Midian names of the eighth and seventh century than any other god. It is equally popular in Persian names, and so to in Elamite cuneiform." (Old Persian)

bqah - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'plain' [Genesis 11:2, etc.]; 'valleys' [Deuteronomy 8:7, etc.]; 'valley' [Deuteronomy 34:3, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: biqah."

Pegae - "Definitions: water-priestesses who tended the sacred spring of Pirene in Corinth." (Greek)

bhagah - "Definitions: division, portion, allotment; the embodiment of fate, or destiny (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Bhaga ['luck, fortune; a name for one of the minor Vedic Adityas']; bhag ['garden'] (Brahui); bog ['soft'] (Irish)."

bzhi - "Definitions: four." (Tibetan)

bagi - "Definitions: to fight, choppy, rough seas." (Kapinga)

bcu - "Definitions: ten (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: cu."

pecu - "Definitions: herd (Latin). Associated spellings/words: paco ['Peruvian llama; redish brown']; paschal, pesah ['lamb'] (Hebrew)."

bagu - "Definitions: ebbing; dried preserves (Kapinga). Associated spellings/words: baguu ['boom, deep sound'] (Kapinga)."

pekoe - "Definitions: superior black tea. Associated spellings/words: pek, pak ['white'] + ho ['down, hair']."

phago - "Definitions: eating." (Greek)

Pakua - "Definitions: eight [bat] directions [gua]; a good luck symbol consisting of a mirror encircled by the I Ching trigrams." (Chinese)

pagus - "Definitions: (rural) district, the country, orig. landmark fixed in the earth (Latin). Associated spellings/words: pangere ['fix']."

pakhus - "Definitions: thick." (Greek)

Bacchus - "Roman name for Greek Dionysos, myth name of the god of revelry and the intoxicating power of wine. It is the Latin form of Greek Bakchos, meaning 'to shout.' " [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

FASHION - "Definitions: make, shape; manner. Associated spellings/words: fasun, facon, factio- on, facere ['make, do']."

PECULIAR - "Definitions: that is one's own, property; individual, particuliar; uncommon, odd. Associated spellings/words: peculium, pecu ['herd'], vasu, feoh ['livestock, property'], fehu, vieh, faihu."

pagoda - "Definitions: sacred relic chamber, idol temple; idol. Associated spellings/words: pagode (Portuguese); butkada ['idol temple'], but ['idol'] + kada ['habitation'] (Persian)."

piqqudim - "Definitions: precepts." (Hebrew)

bqs - "Reported Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'account' & 'accountable'. Other definitions include: seek, require. Associated spellings/words: baqas; drs, daras."

pags - "Definitions: skin (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: pags pa.'

bekos - "Definitions: bread; food (Phrygian). Associated spellings/words: vbek; beck ['baker'] (German); pek-aty ['to bake']; pek-lo ['hell'] (Russian)."

Bacchus - "Definitions: Roman name for the sacrificial god Dionysus; also known as Bacchus Liber, or father of Liber; consort of the Goddess Libera. Associated spellings/ words: Bakkhos ['God of Wine'] (Greek Mythology)."

paksa - "1 (mwd) pakSa m. (ifc. f. %{A} or %{I}) a wing , pinion (in one passage n.) RV. &c. &c. ; a symbol. N. of the number two Var. Hcat. ; a feather , the feathers on both sides of an arrow (cf. %{gArdhra-p-}); the fin of a fish (cf. %{nis-tvak-p-}); the shoulder; the flank or side or the half of anything RV. [....]" *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon

paksa - "3 (cap) pakSa m. wing, feather, flank or side, half, esp. of the month, a fortnight; party, faction, troop, class; one of two cases, alternative ({pakSe} on the other hand, --- with regard to); supposition, statement, thesis, the subject of a syllogism; action, law-suit. Abstr. {-tA}Å f., {-tva}Å n. *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon

Pegasus - "Definitions: magical winged horse that sprang out of the neck of Medusa when Perseus cut off his head; a carrier of thunderbolts for Zeus." (Greek Mythology)

Pakistan - "Definitions: initials of Punjab, Afghan Province, Kashmir, Sind, and Baluchistan. Associated spellings/words: Pakstan."

pegn - "Definitions: freeman, liegeman." (Old Norse)

bchn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'proved' [Genesis 42:15, etc.]; 'tempt' [Malachi 3:15]. Other definitions include: to test, try, trieth, tried, triest. Associated spellings/words: bachan; byn ['to discern; understanding']."

pagan - "Definitions: rustic, peasant, citizen, civilian. Associated spellings/words: paganus, pagani ['country-dwellers'] (Latin)."

bacan - "Definitions: stake, hinge." (Irish)

pekein - "Definitions: comb." (Greek)

baghan - "Definitions: a stomach (Irish). Associated spellings/words: baoghan; maw (English); magen (German); magi (Norse)."

bhajan - "Definitions: worship or spiritual practice; listening to the melody of the Shabd within. Also used as an expression of outer devotional songs [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 457] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: singing. Associated spellings/words: bhajana ['devotional recitation']."

bhajan - "Definitions: One of the three Sadhans (disciplines) in realisation and God-realisat- ion and stands for attuning one's self with the Audible Life Stream." *Link: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm

Bhagavan - "Definitions: possessing fortune or wealth, fortunate; blessed, holy; lord; most general title of God (Sanskrit).

peasant - "Definitions: one who lives in the country and works on the land. Associated spellings/words: pagus ['country, district']."

Pachamama - "Definitions: Mother Earth: the earth goddess of the Incas of ancient Peru."

Pachacamac - "Definitions: the supreme god of the ancient coastal people of Peru. His name means Earth Maker."

pgr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'carcases' [Genesis 15:11]. Associated spellings/words: peger."

bqr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'morning' [Genesis 1:5, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: boqer: [beth + koph + resh]."

bqr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'oxen' [Genesis 12:16, etc.]; 'herds' [Genesis 13:15, etc.]; 'herd' [Genesis 18:7, etc.]; 'young' [Leviticus 4:3, etc.]; 'beeves' [Leviticus 22:19, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: baqar."

bkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'choose' [2 Samuel 21:6, etc.]. Other definitions include: chosen, elect. Associated spellings/words: bchr, bachr, bachiyr."

bchr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'chose' [Genesis 6:2; 13:11, etc.]. Other definitions include: choose, chosen. Associated spellings/words: bachar; bkr ['choose, chosen, elect']."

bakr - "Definitions: young camel." (Arabic)

bkvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'firstborn' [Genesis 10:5, etc.]; 'eldest' [Numbers 26:5, etc.]. Other definitions include: firstling, firstlings. Associated spellings/words: bakowr, bakar."

bkvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'firstfruits' [Exodus 23:16]. Other definitions include: firstripe. Associated spellings/words: bikkuwr."

pakal - "Definitions: shield." (Mayan)

pegel - "Definitions: guage, scale, mark (M. Dutch). Associated spellings/words: pegel ['half a pint'] (L. German); pail."

faqir - "Definitions: poor." (Arabic)

bchvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'young man' [Deuteronomy 32:25, etc.]. Other definitions include: young men, vigour. Associated spellings/words: bachuwr; bchvrym."

begar - "Definitions: forced labor." (Brahui)

FIGURE - "Definitions: shape or outline."

bachar - "Definitions: acorn (Irish). Associated spellings/words: baccar."

bacler - "Definitions: bar (French). Associated spellings/words: debacler ['unbar']."

bachall - "Definitions: shepard's crook, crozier (Old Irish). Associated spellings/words: bachul (Irish); bagl ['crutch'] (Welsh); baculum (Latin); baktcria (Greek); bacteria (English)."

bkyrh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'firstborn' [Genesis 19:31, 33, 34, 37; 29:26], [1 Samuel 14:49]. Associated spellings/words: bekiyrah."

bkvrh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'firstlings' [Genesis 4:4, etc.]; 'birthright' [Genesis 25:31, etc.]; 'firstborn' [Deuteronomy 21:17]. Associated spell- ings/words: bekorah, bakowrah."

pikria - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'bitterness' [Acts 8:23], [Romans 3:14], [Ephesians 4:31], [Hebrews 12:15]. Associated spellings/words: pikros ['bitter']; pikraino, pikrainw ['to be bitter, or harsh with']."

pikros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'bitter' [James 3:11, 14]."

bkra shis - "Definitions: prosperity, blessing." (Tibetan)

pikraino - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'bitter' [Colossians 3:19, etc.]. Other definitions include: be harsh with. Associated spellings/words: pikrainw; pikros ['bitter']; pikria ['bitterness']."

bachlag - "Definitions: a shoot, a curl (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bachlog."

bakelite - "Trivia: the first thermo-setting plastic was formed in 1906 by the Belgian-born American chemist Leo Hendrik Baekeland."

pqch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'opened' [Genesis 3:5; 21:19, etc.]. Other definitions include: open (the eyes). Associated spellings/words: paqach."

bahak - "Definitions: raining." (Based on: Persion, Arabic, and English Lexicon - Richardson)

bacach - "Definitions: lame (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bachog ['crooked'] (Welsh)."

Bahak-Zivo - "Definitions: the genius who called the world into existence* out of the 'dark water,' say the Nazarenes." (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled) - "Codex Nazaraeus," vol. ii., p. 233.

pqd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'visited' [Genesis 21:1, etc.]; 'overseer' [Genesis 39:4, etc.]; 'visit' [Genesis 50:24-25], [Leviticus 18:25, etc.]; 'number' [Exodus 30:12, etc.]; 'sum' [Exodus 38:21]; 'counted' [Exodus 38:21]. Other meanings include: to number, to reckon, to punish, charged, appoint, surely, visiting, numbered, numberest, aid. Associated spellings/words: paqad."

bgd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'deceitfully' [Exodus 21:8]; 'treacherously' [Judges 9:23]; 'transgressed' [1 Samuel 14:33]. Other definitions include: offend, transgressors. Associated spellings/words: bagad."

pchd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fear' [Deuteronomy 28:66, etc.]; 'shake' [Job 4:14]; 'awe' [Psalm 119:161]. Other definitions include: afraid. Associated spellings/words: pachad; paqad."

FACT - "Definitions: act or action."

bcud - "Definitions: essence." (Tibetan)

FACET - "Definitions: surface of a cut gem. See: FACE."

Bacab - "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.

bshad - "Definitions: speak, discuss, tell, show, remembered, spoken of (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: bashad ['to be', 'may it be'] (Persian); ['language'] (Malay)."

EFFECT - "Definitions: result; accomplichment; operative influence, impression."

bagaid - "Definitions: a cluster, troop (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bagad, bogod, bacca (Latin)."

bag yod - "Definitions: careful, conscientious, self-respect." (Tibetan)

bachoid - "Definitions: the boss of a shield (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bocoide; buccatus (Latin); bucca ['cheek'] (Latin)."

bhakta - "5 (cap) bhakta a. distributed, divided; attached or devoted to, faithful, m. a worshipper or adorer (loc., gen., acc., or ---); n. food, nourishment, meal." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln

de/tamil/ bhakta - "Definitions: 'what is apportioned' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: bhajati ['apportion, share']." *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

bhakta - "Definitions: devotee, spiritual disciple." (Sanskrit)

bhakti - "Definitions: devotion, love, purified activities (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/ words: the path (marg) of devotion (bhakti); prem marg."

pektos - "Definitions: congealed." (Greek)

pectus - "Definitions: breast, chest." (Latin)

Bacabs - "Trivia: the four giant jaguar gods who hold up the sky in Mayan mythology. Associated spellings/words: Bacabs: ['East = red, North = white, West = black & South = yellow']."

FACTION - "Definitions: part of a larger group."

FACTOR - "Definitions: something that has an effect, gene, number used in multiplying."

FEATURE - "Definitions: form, shape; part of the face. Associated spellings/words: factura."

bakteria - "Definitions: staff, cane." (Greek)

Bhagavad Gita - "Definitions: Divine Song; Song of the Lord; song of the glorious one; an episode in the Mahabharata, the epic Sanskrit history of the ancient world. Reportedly, Lord Krsna first spoke Bhagavad-gita to the sun-god some hundreds of millions of years ago. The sun-god explained it to Manu, and Manu explained it to Iksvaku. Associated spellings/words: bhaj ['to distribute'] + gai ['to sing, recite, relate'] (Sanskrit)."

bt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'daughters' [Genesis 6:2]. Associated spellings/words: bath."

pap - "Definitions: teat, nipple; expressing the noise of sucking. Associated spellings/words: papilla, papula, papas."

pap - "Definitions: brother [in personal names] (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: ahu ['brother'] (Akkadian)."

pap - "Definitions: to rule, master." (Sanskrit)

faf - "Definitions: barrel." (German)

pab - "Definitions: branch, extending." (Akkadian, Chaldean)

bab - "Definitions: gateway." (Arabic, Persian)

bab - "Definitions: fall, fall down." (Tibetan)

pat - "Definitions: cause to fall, drop; fly (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: patati ['to fly']."

pat - "Definitions: to make." (Mayan)

pet - "Definitions: five." (Bosnian)

pad - "Definitions: lotus (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: pad ['plane, station or place']."

pad - "Definitions: path, road; bundle of straw to lie on; soft stuffed saddle; small cushion; hairy foot or paw. Associated spellings/words: patte ['paw'] (French)."

pad - "Definitions: bench." (Hungarian)

FIT - "Definitions: dangerous position or experience; sudden; suitable, belong. Associated spellings/words: fitt."

bad - "Definitions: to open." (Sumerian)

bad - "Definitions: moisture, humidity, hoarfrost." (Tibetan)

bad - "Definitions: bath." (German, Dutch)

bad - "Definitions: wind (Brahui). Associated spellings/words: badi ['enemy; feud; evil'] (Brahui)."

Bad - "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]

bad - "Definitions: [adj] bad, wicked, evil (Persian). Associated spellings/words: babad ['destroyed, wasted, ruined'] (Brahui); bdud ['demonic forces, mara, obstruction'] (Tibetan); badda ['bound'] (Hindu)."

bad - "Definitions: a cluster, thicket (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bot, bod (Breton); bodde, bud (English); fascis (Latin)."

bad - "Definitions: lose." (Bosnian)

bid - "Definitions: delay, halt." (Old English)

bat - "Definitions: illumination, light, splendour; quality, characteristic; tomb, house." (Egyptian)

Bat - "Bat was a cow goddess in Egyptian mythology depicted as a human face with cow ears and horns. By the time of the Middle Kingdom her identity and attributes were subsumed within the goddess Hathor.[1] [NP] The worship of Bat dates to earliest times and may have its origins in Late Paleolithic cattle herding. Bat was the chief goddess of Seshesh, otherwise known as Hu or Diospolis Parva, the 7th nome of Upper Egypt. [....]"
[Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bat_%28goddess%29]

phat - "Definitions: disperse into unborn space (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: phatna ['burst'], phut ['be a failure'] (Hindi)."

paid - "Definitions: boy, child (Greek). Associated spellings/words: pais."

PATH - "Definitions: trodden way; route or course. Associated spellings/words: pad, phad, pfad."

path - "Definitions: suffering, disease (Greek). Associated spellings/words: pathos."

Beth [B] - "Definitions: glyphs believed to represent Beth [byt] include: an enclosure, and a house. General meanings attributed to B include: duality, two, mother, house, inside, within; the second letter [1st Double] in the Hebrew alphabet; the 4th ['God saw the light that it was good'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness." (Hebrew)

beth - "Definitions: second letter of the Phonetian alphabet [B], which reportedly originated from the Greek Beta."

bhid - "Definitions: split, cleave, cut, break in twain; divide, separate, part. Related words: bhinatti." (Sanskrit)

pta - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'enlarge' [Genesis 9:27]. Associated spellings/words: pathah."

pda - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'redeem' [Exodus 13:13, etc.]. Other definitions include: a transfer of ownership, deliver. Associated spellings/words: padah."

bdh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bondage' [Exodus 2:23]."

bde - "Definitions: happiness." (Tibetan)

Ptah - "Definitions: creator; primal creator; creator of the world; first of the Gods; patron of craftsmen; master builder; opener; sculptor; '... a master architect, and framer of everything in the universe...'[translation from Egyptian Book of the Dead]. Depictions: a man in mummy form with a skull cap and a false beard bearing the symbols of life, power and stability [ankh, was, djed]. Mythology: 'Ptah the Opener was the oldest of the Egyptian gods. Ptah was the symbol of the Creative power of the Deity. The Egyptians called him the divine artificer, one of his symbols was the two-sided square, his color was blue, and he was called, The Father of Beginnings (Col. James Churchward).' Ptah related text: 'The Cosmic Egg opens to reveal Ptah.' Consorts: Sekhmet. Heiroglyph: a square [P], a half circle [T, or D], a piece of twisted flax [H], and a seated God figure." pata - "Definitions: dropped." (Sanskrit)

pada - "Definitions: river (Korean). Associated spellings/words: pado ['wave'] (Korean)."

Papa - "Definitions: The Earth Mother (New Zealand Myth). Associated spellings/words: Papatuanuku."

papa - "Definitions: lava flow." (Rapanui, Polynesian)

papa - "Definitions: wicked (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: pap."

PAVE - "Definitions: cover to smooth or firm the surface. Associated spellings/words: pavimentum ['beaten or rammed floor'], pavire ['beat down, ram'] (Latin)."

fava - "Definitions: bean; a Roman slang term for female genitalia."

Baba - "Definitions: first-born son of Osiris, who took the form of a typhonic animal; he presided over the phallus, and devoured the dead (Egyptian). Associated spellings/ words: Babai, Beb."

baba - "Definitions: cave, cavern, hole in the ground; plant, plants, herbs." (Egyptian)

baba - "Definitions: to babble, stammer. Associated spellings/words: bob ['move with a jerk up or down or to and fro']."

Beta [B] - "Definitions: second letter in the Greek alphabet. General meanings attributed to B include: two."

ptsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'opened' [Genesis 4:11]; 'wounding' [Genesis 4:23]; 'open' [Numbers 16:30]; 'rid' [Psalm 144:7, 11]; 'delivereth' [Psalm 144:10]. Associated spellings/words: patsah."

ptsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wounding' [Genesis 4:23]; 'wound' [Exodus 21:25], [Proverbs 20:30]; 'wounds' [Job 19:17], [Proverbs 23:29; 27:6], [Isaiah 1:6]. Associated spellings/words: petsa."

btsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'profit' [Genesis 37:26], [Psalm 30:9, etc.], [Malachi 3:14]; 'covetousness' [Exodus 18:21]; 'gain' [Judges 5:19, etc.], [Proverbs 1:19; 15:27 etc.]. Other definitions include: lucre. Associated spellings/words: betsa."

btsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'cut' [Job 6:9], [Isaiah 38:12], [Amos 9:1]; 'gained' [Job 27:8]; 'covetous' [Psalm 10:3]; 'greedy' [Proverbs 1:19; 15:27]; 'performed' [Isaiah 10:12]; 'given' [Jeremiah 6:13]; 'fulfilled' [Lamentations 2:17]; 'wounded' [Joel 2:8]; 'coveteth' [Habakkuk 2:9]; 'finish' [Zechariah 4:9]. Associated spellings/words: batsa."

be-ta - "Definitions: extending over the plains." (Mayan) bitte - "Definitions: please." (German)

bheda - "(cap) bheda - m. breaking, splitting, breach, division, separation, seduction, winning over (of another's ally), interruption, disturbance, hurt, injury; bursting, expanding, blossoming; alteration, change, difference; fissure, cleft, pudendum muliebre; part, portion; species, variety." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary]
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

batah - "Definitions: belief, faith." (Hebrew)

patah - "Definitions: enticing to do wrong." (Hebrew)

bhava - "Definitions: being, states of being." (Sanskrit)

paebae - "Definitions: lose." (Korean)

baabaa - "Definitions: flat (Kapinga). Associated spellings/words: baba ['level, board'] (Kapinga); butta ['strip of land'] (Anglo-Latin)."

baddha - "Definitions: bound [into samsara]." (Sanskrit)

ptee - "Definitions: bird." (Russian)

pati - "Definitions: cloak." (Mayan)

pati - "Definitions: husband, master, lord, ruler." (Sanskrit, Old Persian)

pati - "Definitions: a prefix meaning: again, against, back, towards." (Pali)

pati - "Definitions: to suffer." (Latin)

PITY - "Definitions: clemency, mercy; compassion. Associated spellings/words: piety, pieta ['representation of the Virgin Mary lamenting over the dead body of Christ'] (Italian)."

pahti - "Definitions: to cure (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: pahtli ['medicine']."

pethia - "Definitions: children." (Greek)

ftu - "Definitions: numeral four, 4 (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: aftu."

peitho - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'persuaded' [Matthew 27:20, etc.]. Other definitions include: to convince, to persuade, trusted, obeyed, agreed, believed, confident, confidence, assure. Associated spellings/words: phithw."

pathos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'affections' [Matthew 1:26]; 'affection' [1 Corinthians 3:5]; 'lust' [1 Thessalonians 4:5]. Other definitions include: passion."

bathos - "Definitions: deep, depth." (Greek)

papaeus - "Definitions: Jupiter." (Latin)

bebaios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sure' [Romans 4:16, etc.]. Other definitions include: stedfast, firm, established, guaranteed, force. Associated spellings/words: bhbaios; bebaioo; bebaiosis."

batylos - Definitions: phallic stone?." (Greek)

pedz - "Definitions: to grasp, or subject (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: pedzan ['usurp, appropriate, take for one's own'] (Mayan)."

batz - "Definitions: monkey (Quiche Maya). Associated spellings/words: botz'oj ['winding']

pedis - "Definitions: 'foot'. Associated spellings/words: pes." (Latin)

pepsis - "Definitions: digestion." (Greek)

btsan - "Definitions: a group of gods or demons." (Tibetan)

pepsin - "Definitions: enzyme contained in the gastric juice. Associated spellings/words: pepsis ['digestion'], peptos ['cooked, digestive'], pepton (Greek)."

ptsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pressed' [Genesis 19:3]. Associated spellings/words: patsar."

btsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'restrained' [Genesis 11:6]. Other definitions include: gather, walled, fenced, witheld. Associated spellings/words: batsar."

Betzalel - "Definitions: builder of the tabernacle (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Bitol ['The Maker, One of the triune aspects of the Creator [Tzkol] (Popul Vuh)."

bden - "Definitions: truth." (Tibetan)

bthn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'womb' [Genesis 25:23, etc.]. Other definitions include: human inward parts, belly, body. Associated spellings/ words: beten."

bdun - "Definitions: seven." (Tibetan)

patan - "Definitions: service." (Quiche Maya)

badan - "Definitions: body (Arabic, Brahui). Associated spellings/words: botany, botane ['plant'] (Greek)."

badin - "Definitions: joker, buffon." (French)

patane - "Definitions: plate, dish." (Greek)

babhun - "Definitions: bulwark, enclosure for cattle (Irish). Associated spellings/words: bawn."

badhan - "Definitions: a churchyard, enclosure (Irish). Associated spellings/words: babhun."

BATTEN - "Definitions: strip of wood used to seal or reinforce."

BUTTON - "Definitions: small knob for fastening clothing."

PASSION - "Definitions: suffering of pain; being acted upon; powerful affection of the mind. Associated spellings/words: pati ['to suffer'] (Latin)."

bedouin - "Definitions: Arab of the desert. Associated spellings/words: beduyn, beduin, badawi, badw ['desert'] (Arabic)."

patni - "Definitions: 'lady'." (Sanskrit)

bad-nigin - "circular city wall ('city wall' + 'enclosure, circle')." (Sumerian) *Link: http://www.sumerian.org/suma-e.htm

Bethany - "Definitions: house of figs." (Hebrew)

batnu - "Definitions: belly." (Old Semitic)

pethanu - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'come' [Matthew 12:28, etc]; 'attained' [Romans 9:31]; [Philippians 3:16]; 'prevent' [1 Thessalonians 4:15]. Associated spellings/words: ptanw."

phthoneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'envying' [Galatians 5:26]. Associated spellings/words: ptonhw; phthonos."

phthonos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'envy' [Matthew 27:18, etc]. Other definitions include: envies. Associated spellings/words: ptonos."

pithanologia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'enticing words' [Colossians 2:4]. Other definitions include: argue."

PATIENCE - "Definitions: suffer; habit or fact of being patient. Associated spellings/words: patiens, pati, patheia ['feeling, perception'] (Greek)."

btym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'houses' [Exodus 1:21]. Associated spellings/words: bayithiym."

BOTTOM - "Definitions: lowest surface or part; valley, dell; foundation; keel of ship, hull. Associated spellings/words: botm, bodom, bodem, botn, bodan, bodam, boden ['ground, earth'], fundus, budhna."

padma - "Definitions: One of the symbolical figures for the Dual creative power in Nature (matter and force on the material plane) is Padma, the water-lily of India. (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem)."

ptoma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'carcase' [Matthew 24:28]; 'corpse' [Mark 6:29]; 'dead bodies' [Revelation 11:8. 9]. Other definitions include: body. Associated spellings/words: ptwma; soma ['body'] (Greek)."

fatima - "Definitions: Mohammed's fictitious 'daughter,' who was nevertheless described as 'Mother of her father;' her name means: The Creatress; Source of the Sun; Tree of Paradise; the Moon; Fate."

pathema - "Definitions: suffering (Greek). Associated spellings/words: sympascho ['to suffer together with, to suffer the same thing'], sumpasxo; pascho ['suffering']; sympathy."

potamus - "Definitions: river." (Greek)

Padmasambhava - "The Lotus Born, was an Indian sage Guru and is said to have transmitted Tantric Buddhism to Bhutan and Tibet and neighbouring countries in the 8th century." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Padmasambhava]

patimokkha - "Definitions: that which binds, a Buddhist code of rules for monks and nuns." (Old Pali Canon)

Bdemchog - "Definitions: The Chief of Happiness (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Bde-mch'og, Dpal-hkhor-lo-sdom-pa; Shamvara (Sanskrit)."

Bbl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Babel' [Genesis 10:10; 11:9]; 'Babylon' [2 Kings 17:24, etc.]. Other definition's include: God's Gate, Gateway to God; a city at the beginning of Nimrod's kingdom; the place which the Greeks called Babylon, where the original Tower of Babel was thought to have been built; the Babylonian heaven- mountain or ziggurat where the god descended from the sky to the Holy of Holies. Associated spellings/words: Babel; KA.DINGIR.RA ki (Sumerian)."

bdl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'divided' [Genesis 1:4, 7, etc]; 'divide' [Genesis 1:6, etc.]; 'difference' [Exodus 22:26, etc.]. Other definitions include: separate, separated, sever, severed. Associated spellings/words: badal."

btr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'divided' [Genesis 15:10]. Associated spellings/words: bathar."

btr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'piece' [Genesis 15:10]. Associated spellings/words: bether."

ptr - "The very apostolic designation Peter is from the Mysteries. The hierophant or supreme pontiff before the Chaldean title ptr, peter, or interpreter. The names Phtah, Pethr, the residence of Balaam, Patara, and Patras, the names of oracle-cities, pateres or pateras and, perhaps, Buddha, all come from the same root. Jesus says: 'upon this petra I will build my Church, and the gates, or rulers of Hades, shall not prevail against it'; meaning by petra the rock-temple, and by metaphor, the Christian Mysteries; the adver- saries to which were the old mystery-gods of the underworld, who were worshipped in the rites of Isis, Adonis, Atys, Sabazius, Dionysus, and the Eleusinia. No apostle Peter was ever at Rome; but the Pope, seizing the sceptre of the Pontifex Maximus, the keys of Janus and Kubele, and adorning his Christian head with the cap of the Magna Mater, copied from that of the tiara of the Brahmatma, the Supreme Pontiff of the Initiates of old India, became the successor of the Pagan high priest, the real Peter-Roma, or Petroma." [Based on: H.P. Blavatsky Isis Unveiled (1998, Vol. 2), p. 30]

PATR /r - "Definitions: father. Associated spellings/words: PATER; PATRIARCH ['lineage, clan'] (Greek)."

badr - "Definitions: full moon." (Arabic)

bdal - "Definitions: spread forth, expand." (Tibetan)

pater - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'father' [Matthew 2:22, etc.], [Romans 9:5, etc.]. Other definitions include: Father, fathers. Associated spellings/ words: pathr."

padre - "Definitions: (title of a) minister of religion. Associated spellings/words: pater ['father'] (Latin)."

babel - "Definitions: confusion." (Mayan)

BEVEL - "Definitions: slant on an edge."

Btval - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Bethuel' [Genesis 22:22, 23; 24:15, etc.], [1 Chronicles 4:30]. Trivia: born of Milcah [Mlkh] and Nahor [Nchvr] - Bethuel begat Rebekah. Associated spellings/words: Baethuw'el."

fatare - "Definitions: to enchant (Latin). Associated spellings/words: faer, feer."

petere - "Definitions: to move toward." (Latin)

Ptahil - "Definitions: Logos or Demiurge (*Codex Nazaraeus). Associated spellings/words: Fetahil (See: link entry for Abathur)." *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm

babbar - "Definitions: rising sun." (Sumerian)

bethel - "Trivia: 'Babylon itself, the abode of the Gods, was called 'Gate of the Gods' [Bab- ili]. Jacob decided to consecrate this holy ground in the traditional pagan manner of the country. He took the stone he had used as a pillow, upended it and sanctified it with a libation of oil. Henceforth the place would no longer be called Luz but Beth-El, the House of El. [A History of God, Karen Armstrong, p. 16].' Other definitions include: house of god. Associated spellings/words: Byt-al."

BUBBLE - "Definitions: form. Associated spellings/words: bauble ['trinket; jester's baton; trifiling matter; child's toy, plaything']."

Baetyl - "Reportedly, two Goddess-wives of Jehovah in the 5th century B.C. were called Ashima Baetyl and Anatha Baetyl."

bedaar - "Definitions: awake, alert, vigilant (Persian). Associated spellings/words: bedar (Brahui)."

petra - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'rock' [Matthew 7:24, ect.], [Matthew 16:18]; 'Rock' [1 Corinthians 10:4]. Other definitions include: mass of rock. Associated spellings/words phtra; petros ['a fragment, a stone, from the larger mass']."

btvlh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'virgin' [Genesis 24:16, etc.]; 'maid' [Exodus 22:16, etc.]. Other definitions include: maiden, maidens. Associated spellings/words: betulah, baethuwlah."

patria - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'lineage' [Luke 2:4]; 'kindreds' [Acts 3:25]; 'family' [Ephesians 3:15]. Other definitions include: father's house. Associated spellings/words: pater ['father']."

fabula - "Definitions: fable, story, tale, play." (Latin)

bhadra - "Definitions: well, happy; blessing." (Sanskrit)

patella - "Definitions: knee-cap. Associated spellings/words: patina ['shallow dish'] (Latin)."

Bethulah - "Virgo, the Hebrew month of Elul."

padlo - "Definitions: foundation, flooring." (Hungarian)

phtheiro - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'defile' & 'destroy' [1 Corinthians 3:17]; corrupt' [1 Corinthians 15:33, etc]. Other definitions include: corrupted, destruction, decay. Associated spellings/words: pthirw."

papyrus - "Definitions: name for a Mediterranean plant, the pulp of which was pressed and dried to make paper." (Latin)

Februus - "Definitions: God of the underworld and purification." (Etruscan Mythology)

bebalos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'profane' [1 Timothy 1:9; 4:7; 6:20], [2 Timothy 2:16], [Hebrews 12:16]. Other definitions include: irreligious, godless. Associated spellings/words: asebes ['godless']; asebeia ['godlessness']."

batylos - "Definitions: lingam?" (Greek)

pteron - "Definitions: wing (Greek). Associated spellings/words: pterux, penna."

ptilon - "Definitions: feather." (Greek)

PATTERN - "Definitions: model for imitation or for making things. Associated spellings/words: patron."

babulun - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Babylon' [1 Peter 5:13]. Associated spellings/words: Babulon."

pterna - "Definitions: heel." (Greek)

patram - "Definitions: wing." (Sanskrit)

FABRIC - "Definitions: edifice; construction or structure of a building; textile stuff. Associated spellings/words: faber ['worker in metal'] (Latin)."

bdlch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bdellium' [Genesis 2:12], [Numbers 11:7]."

pietharcheo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'obey' [Acts 5:29, etc.]; 'hearkned' [Acts 27:21]; 'magistrates' [Titus 3:1]. Associated spellings/words: phitharxho."

pterygion - "Definitions: fin (Greek). Associated spellings/words: pterugion."

bdelugma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'abomination' [Matthew 24:15, etc.], [Mark 13:14]; 'ABOMINATIONS' [Revelation 17:5]. Other definitions include: abominations, abominable. Associated spellings/words: bdhlugma; bdelyktos, bdhlyk- tos; bdelyssomai, bdhlyssomai."

bdal pa - "Definitions: spread forth, expand, scatter." (Tibetan) Pitri-pati - "pitr-pati (Sanskrit) Lord of the pitris or fathers; a title of Yama, the Hindu god of death and the judge of mortals - functions corresponding to those of Rhadamanthas of the Greeks. From the standpoint of occult history, Pitri-pati or Yama is the personification of the third root-race."
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/per-pi.htm

ptch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'door' [Genesis 4:7, 6:16, 18:1]; 'opened' [Genesis 7:11, 8:6]; 'ungirded' [Genesis 24:32]. Associated spellings/words: pathach."

bthch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'trustedst' [Deuteronomy 28:52, etc]; 'confidence' [Judges 9:26, etc.]. Other definitions include: trust, secure.. Associated spellings/words: batach."

ptocheia - "Definitions: poverty (Greek). Associated spellings/words: ptochos ['poor']; ptocheuo ['to be poor']."

babouche - "Definitions: oriental slipper. Associated spellings/words: babuj (Arab); papus, pa ['foot'] + pus ['covering'] (Persian)."

pedagogue - "Definitions: slave who took a boy to and from school. Associated spellings/words: paid ['boy'] + agogos ['leading'], agein ['lead'] (Greek)."

Badb - "Definitions: 'crow,' etc. One of three Celtic Goddess names."

bdud - "Definitions: a group of gods or demons." (Tibetan)

PIVOT - "Definitions: fixed pin on which something turns."

petit - "Definitions: little." (French)

PASSIVE - "Definitions: suffering action from without. Associated spellings/words: passivus."

bapaba - "Definitions: calmer [of the sea], smoothed over." (Kapinga)

beteta - "Definitions: full." (Basque)

patati - "Definitions: fly." (Sanskrit)

pipto - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fall' [Matthew 2:11, etc.]. Other definitions include: fell down, fall, fall down; falling into sin. Associated spell- ings/words: piptw."

bapto - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'dip' [Luke 16:24, etc.]; 'dipped' [John 13:26], [Revelation 19:13]. Other definitions include: to dip in, to dip under. Associated spellings/words: baptw; baptizo ['immersing']."

PETITION - "Definitions: formal written request. Associated spellings/words: peter ['seek']."











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