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sr - "Definitions: go, run, flow (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: seher ['to repulse, drive away'] (Egyptian)."

sr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'princes' [Genesis 12:15]; 'prince?' 'power?' [Genesis 32:28]; 'captain' [Genesis 21:22, 32, 39:1]; 'keeper' [Genesis 39:21]; 'rulers' [Genesis 47:6]. Other definitions include: chief, ruler, one who is elevated. Associated spellings/words: sar."

sr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'navel' [Proverbs 3:8], [Ezekiel 16:4]. Associated spellings/words: shor."

sir - "Definitions: light." (Akkadian, Chaldean)

ser - "Definitions: prince, noble; ram; to arrange, to order; to proclaim, to announce; advice, order; arrow." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

ser - "Definitions: grain, barley. Associated spellings/words: sera." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

sar - "Definitions: essence." (Sanskrit?)

sar - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'know'. Associated spellings/words: yda."

sar - "Definitions: white (Akkadian, Chaldaen). Associated spellings/words: zar ['gold'] (Persian); zahar ['old'] (Basque)."

sar - "Definitions: circle; the Babylonian god of the sky. Associated spellings/words: saros."

sar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'remained' [Genesis 7:23; 14:10]. Other definitions include: to remain or survive, left. Associated spellings/words: sa'ar, sha'ar [shin + aleph + resh]."

sar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gate' [Genesis 19:1; 22:17]; 'cities' [1 Kings 8:37]. Other definitions include: door. Associated spellings/words: sha'ar [shin + ayin + resh]."

sar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'food' [Exodus 21:10]; 'near' [Leviticus 18:6]; 'kinswomen' [Leviticus 18:12]; 'flesh' [Proverbs 73:26], [Psalm 78:20, 27]; 'body' [Proverb 5:11]. Other definitions include: kin, kinsman. Associated spellings/words: se'er."

sar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'whirlwind' [2 Kings 2:1, 11], [Job 38:1; 40:6]; , 'tempest' [Psalm 55:8; 83:15], [Jonah1:4, 12]. Other definitions include: storm, stormy. Associated spellings/words: sah'ar [samekh + ayin + resh]."

sar - "Definitions: enemy." (Hebrew)

shr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'prison' [Genesis 39:20]. Associated spellings/words: so.har."

zar - "Definitions: being unrelated, or not aquainted; stranger; alien." (Hebrew)

sal - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'asked' [Genesis 24:47; 26:7; 32:27, 29; 37:15]; 'enquire' [Genesis 24:57]; 'ask' [Genesis 32:29]; 'borrow' [Exodus 3:22; 11:2]; 'borrowed' [Exodus 12:35]; 'lent' [Exodus 12:36]; 'require' [Deuteronomy 10:12]; 'desireth' [Deuteronomy 14:26]; 'consulter' [Deuteronomy 18:11]; 'desiredst' [Deuteronomy 18:16]; 'askest' [Judges 13:18]; 'saluted' [1 Samuel 30:21]. Other definitions include: demanded. Associated spellings/words: sha'al."

schr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'morning' [Genesis 19:15]; 'day' [Genesis 32:24]. Associated spellings/words: shachar; shar."

shar - "Definitions: rise [of the sun], will appear; east, eastern." (Tibetan)

shar - "Definitions: whole." (Sumerian)

tsar - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Zoar' [Genesis 19:22]. Associated spellings/words: Tso'ar."

zhal - "Definitions: vision, face, expression." (Tibetan).

sahar - "Definitions: dawn." (Arabic)

SELL - "Definitions: give up; dispose of for money. Associated spellings/words: sellen, selga."

SORE - "Definitions: bodily suffering, disease; place where the skin is broken or inflamed; grief, trouble. Associated spellings/words: sar, ser."

srh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for Abraham's (half sister and) wife [Genesis 17:15]."
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srh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'power' [Genesis 32:28], [Hosea 12:3]. Other definitions include: striven. Associated spellings/words: sarah."

zra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'yielding' [Genesis 1:11]. Other definitions include: bearing, sow, sowed, sown. Associated spellings/words: mzr."

zra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'seed' [Genesis 1:11]. Associated spelling/words: zera."

slh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Selah' [Psalm 3:2, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: salal ['to lift up']."

zla - "Definitions: moon, month (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: zla ba."

sla - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rock' [Numbers 20:8, 10, 11]; 'strong hold' [Isaiah 31:9]. Other definitions include: a cliff, or a cleft in a mountain. Associated spellings/words: sela'."

slch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'forth' [Genesis 3:22, 23; 8:7]; 'sent' [Genesis 20:2], [1 Samuel 5:6]; 'go' [Genesis 32:26]. Other definitions include: send. Associated spellings/words: shalach; shalah."

slch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pardon' [Exodus 34:9]. Other definitions include: forgive, forgiven, spare. Associated spellings/words: salah."

zrch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rose' [Genesis 32:31]. Associated spellings/words: zarach; zarah."

zrch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Zerah' [Genesis 38:30]. Other definitions include: second born son of Judah and Tamar, his daughter-in-law; the twin brother of Perez."

sala - "Definitions: hall, apartment (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: sale ['hall'] (Lithuanian)."

sala - "Definitions: prayer, ritual prayer, to pray (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: salat."

zara - "Definitions: to sow, scatter seed; seed." (Hebrew)

zara - "Definitions: golden." (Iranian)

SLAY - "Definitions: strike, kill."

salah - "Definitions: success (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: slch, salach."

saraa - "Definitions: the earth." (Arabic)

Sarah - "Definitions: lady or princess; the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament who became the mother of Isaac at - age ninety. Associated spellings/words: Sarai, Sari."

shara'a - "Definitions: total way of life (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: shar."

sa'arah - "Definitions: storm wind, a wind that agitates." (Hebrew)

she-eyla - "Definitions: question (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: salh."

zeraim - "Definitions: seeds." (Hebrew)

Sri - "Definitions: auspicious; the goddess of good fortune (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: Laksmi."

sry - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'princess'. Other definitions include: the original name for Sarah, the wife (and half sister) of Abraham [Abram]. Associated spellings/words: Saray; srym, sarim ['princes'] (Late Hebrew); rznym, roznim ['princes'] (Old Hebrew)." http://biblehub.com/lexicon/genesis/17-15.htm

Shelley - "Definitions: clearing on a bank." (Old English)

sharia - "Definitions: 'way to the water'; watering place; divinely ordained and revealed way to live; law; ways, paths that a particular path follows; way of life (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: Shara, Shar, Sha."

SERIOUS - "Definitions: of grave or solemn disposition; requiring earnest thought. Associated spellings/words: swar ['heavy']."

Shehrevar - "Definitions: desirable power." (Persian)

srys - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'eunuchs' [Daniel 1:3]. Associated spellings/words: sawreece."

Seres - "Reportedly, the fathering tribe of the Lemurians; Dog Star; the yearly cycle. Associated spellings/words: Ceres ['virgin mother'] (Greek); Sirius; Sothis (Greek); Sopdit (Egyptian)."

SERIES - "Definitions: number of things in order."

srishti - "Definitions: the process of creation." (Sanskrit)

Selene - "Ancient Greek moon goddess. Daughter of: Hyperion & Thea. Sister of: Eos & Helios." (Greek Mythology)

SERENE - "Definitions: clear, calm, tranquil; title of honor. Associated spellings/words: serenus ['clear, fair, calm']."

sring mo - "Definitions: name of a goddess or demoness." (Tibetan)

srym - "Transliterated Late Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'princes'. Associated spellings/words: sry, saray; rznym, roznim ['princes'] (Old Hebrew)."

SLIM - "Definitions: slender."

SERIAL - "Definitions: story told a little bit at a time. Associated spellings/words: series ['row, chain, series']; serere ['join, connect']."

salire - "Definitions: leap." (Latin)

sharir - "Definitions: body." (Sanskrit)

Sarira - "Definitions: he who puts on a visible form." (Based on: Isis Unveiled [Vol. 1], by H.P. Blavatsky, [1998 reprint of the 1877 edition], p.xvii)

sariram - "Definitions: body, person." (Sanskrit)

SLICE - "Definitions: thin flat piece."

salyga - "Definitions: condition." (Lithuanian)

SLIP - "Definitions: escape quietly or secretly."

SLIT - "Definitions: cut into, cut open, long narrow cut."

srid - "Definitions: existence, to be, world, sphere (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: srid pa."

SLEEP - "Definitions: unconscious state in which the physical powers are suspended. slep, slaep, slap, slaf, schlaf, sleps."
sarit - "DEfinitions: f. stream, river." (Sanskrit)

SLEET - "Definitions: partly frozen rain. Associated spellings/words: sloten, sloze, sloz."

SLIDE - "Definitions: move smoothly along or down a surface."

SLIGHT - "Definitions: smooth, sleek; slender, slim; of light texture; small in amount. Associated spellings/words: slettr ['level to the ground, raze']."

sharif - "Definitions: noble, honered (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: sharaf, shirereeve ['sheriff']; *shirreve (Middle English); scirgerefa (Old English)." See: Shirriffs @ http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html

shariat - "Definitions: Islamic code of life, religious law, justice; Koranic law and ritual [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 466]. Other definitions include: 'stage of unfoldment where rules are needed for the external mode of religious life' [Paul Twitchell, Eckankar Dictionary]."

salihat - "Definitions: just deeds." (Arabic)

selihot - "Definitions: forgiveness." (Hebrew)

sretan - "Definitions: happy." (Bosnian)

sretan uskrs - "Happy easter." (Bosnian)

sretan bozic - "Definitions: Merry Christmas! (Bosnian). Associated spellings/words: sretna novo godina ['Happy New Year!']."

sru - "Definitions: flow (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ciruti [1. 'ear'; 2. 'street'] (Tamil)

zeru - "Definitions: sky." (Basque)

seru - "Definitions: scorpion." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

ZERO - "Definitions: cipher; point marked 0 on a scale, temperature noted by this; nought, nothing; the french physicist Jacques A. C. Charles discovered in about 1787 that gases contracted 1/273 of their volume at 0 degrees C. for each centigrade degree they were cooled [Charle's Law]. If this were to continue, then, at about - 273 degrees C. the gas should disappear entirely. Of course, this does not happen. The gas invariably turns first liquid, then solid, as it is cooled. The colder the substance, the slower the motion until at a certain temperature [-273.18 degrees C.] there was no motion at all. This temerature is what has been termed absolute zero. Associated spellings/words: sifr ['cipher']."

SLOW - "Definitions: sluggish or stupid."

SALVE - "Definitions: healing ointment."

zrva - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'arm' [Jeremiah 32:17], [Exodus 6:6]. Associated spellings/words: zarowa."

sarva - "Definitions: Archer; Destroyer; all (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: saru ['arrow']; sar ['destroy']."

Saurva - "Definitions: Demon." (Avestan)

SORROW - "Definitions: deep distress."

slvs - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'three' [Genesis 18:2]. Associated spellings/words: shalowsh."

zelos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'zeal' [John 2:17]. Other definitions include: indignation, envy, envying, envyings, fervent mind, jealous, jealousy, emulation. Associated spellings/words: zhlos; zeloo."

Salus - "Definitions: an ancient Roman goddess of well-being, prosperity, and health."

Sarosh - "Definitions: prayer." (Persian)

shalosh - "Definitions: the triad." (Hebrew)

Shraosha - "Definitions: derived from the Sanskrit sru, 'to hear', it appears that Zarathrustra used the term to refer to the inner Sound, the Shabd. It is referred to as the most majestic aspect or power of Ahura Mazda because it brings eternal life [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 466]. Other definitions include 8th divine ray. Associated spellings/words: Sraosha, S(a)rosh." *Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sraosha

Zoroaster - "Definitions: the traditional founder of the ancient Persion religion. Associated spellings/words: Zarathustra."

sravanah - "Definitions: ear." (Sanskrit)

Zeru-ana - "Definitions: boundless time." (Old Testament)

slvm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'peace' [Genesis 15:15]. Other definitions include: totality, health, wholeness, success. Associated spellings/words: shalowm, shalom, salaam ['peace be unto you']."

zlum po - "Definitions: round, circular." (Tibetan)

Shlomo - "Definitions: ancient and modern form of Solomon." (Hebrew)

SLUR - "Definitions: fluid mud; gliding movement; sliding mechanism; deliberate slight, malicious or insulting remark."

sarovara - "26 sarovara n. (accord. to some also m.) a lake or large pond , any piece of water deep enough for the lotus Ka1v. Pur. &c." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

SLURP - "Definitions: eat or drink noisily."

SALVAGE - "Definitions: payment to persons who have saved a ship or its cargo; action of saving a ship, ect. Associated spellings/words: salvare ['save']."

SLOGAN - "Definitions: war cry, battle cry; party cry or watchword. Associated spellings/ words: sluagh ['host'] + gairm ['shout, cry'] (Gaelic)."

SLEEVE - "Definitions: part of a garment for the arm."

SLOPE - "Definitions: upward or downward slant."

sruth - "Definitions: stream." (Gaelic)

SALUTE - "Definitions: greeting."

srauta - "Definitions: revealed." (Hindu)

sruti - "Definitions: that which has been heard, that which is heard." (Hindu)

zruvan - "Definitions: 'time'." (Avestan) *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zurvanism - [T.D. - 10/26/08]

Zeruan - "Definitions: Saturn, king of the golden age (See: link entry for Abraham)."
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

Saruman - "Definitions: Man of craft (Mannish). Associated spellings/words; searu ['clever- ness, cunning']; chief of the Wizards, known as The White." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html [T.D. - 06/29/08]

SALVATION - "Definitions: state of being free from destructive forces. Associated spellings/ words: salvatio (Latin); soteria (Greek)."

SOLUTION - "Definitions: answer to a problem."

Salvador - "Definitions: savior." (Latin)

SOLUBLE - "Definitions: free from constipation; capable of being melted or dissolved; solvable. Associated spellings/words: solvere ['loosen']."

sarvada - "4 (cap) m. all-giving." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

salus - "Definitions: whole, healthy (Latin). Associated spellings/words: salut (French)."

sls - "Definitions: third; three (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: slsh; slvs; slysy."

siras - "Definitions: head." (Sanskrit)

seres - "Definitions: swarms." (Hebrew)

Sarasvati - "Definitions: Flowing One; Rich in Waters; a Vedic river goddess of wisdom, learning, music, and the arts. She is said to have invented Sanskrit; the Queen of Heaven assimilated to Brahmanism as Brahma's wife; the name of a river in India (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Savitri ['Daughter of the Sun']; Vac."

sarasas - "Definitions: list." (Lithuanian)

ser sna - "Definitions: avarice, greed." (Tibetan)

srstih - "Definitions: what is poured forth." (Sanskrit)

zrazda - "Definitions: believe." (Old Iranian)

Sar Shabd - "Definitions: the essence (sar) of the Word or Sound (shabd); the pure Shabd, free from matter, above Trikuti [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 464]." (Sanskrit?)

srn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lords' ['Joshua 13:3]; [Judges 3;3]; [1 Samuel 6:4]. Associated spellings/words: seren."

seren - "Definitions: captain; rulers of the ancient Philistine city states (Philistine). Associated spellings/words: seranim."

SALON - "Definitions: large reception room: hall. Associated spellings/words: sala ['hall'], saal, sele, salr."

Sharon - "Definitions: plain; name of a fertile plain in Israel mentioned in the Old Testament." (Hebrew)

s-renp - "Definitions: to rejuvenate." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

SLANT - Definitions: slope."

SERENDIPITY - "Definitions: good luck in finding things not sought for; word coined from title of a fairy tale: The Three Princes of Serendip."

slm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'full' [Genesis 15:16]; 'peaceable' [Genesis 34:21]. Other definitions include: whole, perfect. Associated spellings/words: shalem."

slm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ladder' [Genesis 28:12]."

slm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rewarded' [Genesis 44:4]; 'make good' [Exodus 21:34]; 'restore' [Exodus 22:1]; 'restitution' [Exodus 22:5]; 'finished' [2 Chronicles 5:1]. Other definitions include: pay, recompense, perfect, be at peace, to be complete or sound. Associated spellings/words: shalem; slvm, salom ['peace']."

sram - "Definitions: to exert, effort, endeavor (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: srama."

sarm - "Definitions: harm." (Persian)

SLAM - "Definitions: heavy jarring impact."

s-rem - "Definitions: to make to weep. Associated spellings/words: serem ['water flood, torrent']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

selem - "Definitions: fellowship, fellowship offering." (Hebrew)

Shalem - "Definitions: Evening Star." (Canaanite)

sarmu - "Definitions: shame, injury." (Old Slavonic)

sarman - "Definitions: covering, protection." (Sanskrit)

sramana - "Definitions: wandering; ascetic (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: salam ['peace'] (Arabic)."

sarmad - "The sound of the abstract is called Anahad in the Vedas, meaning umlimited sound. The Sufis name it Sarmad, which suggests the idea of intoxication." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

Shirley - "Definitions: bright clearing." (Old English)

salarium - "Definitions: money allowed to Roman soldiers for the purchase of salt (Latin). Associated spellings/words: salary."

Shalimar - "Definitions: Oriental garden of love, the paradise of kings in their sacred union with the Goddess. Associated spellings/words: Shal-Mari, Sheol-Mari."

slm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'full' [Genesis 15:16]; 'peaceable' [Genesis 34:21]. Other definitions include: whole, perfect. Associated spellings/words: shalem."

slm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ladder' [Genesis 28:12]."

Slma - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Solomon' [2 Samuel 12:24]. Other definitions include: Peace, Prince of Peace; a king of Israel, and the son of David. According to 2 Samuel 12:25, Solomon's real name was Jedidiah. Associated spellings/ words: Shlomo."

shlimazl "Definitions: a chronically unlucky person." (Yiddish)

Shal-Mari - "Definitions: land of souls." (Tibetan)

sarar - "Definitions: stubborn, stubbornly rebellious." (Hebrew)

Shaher - "Definitions: Morning Star (Canaanite). Associated spellings/words: Shaharit ['Jewish morning service']."

salila - "Definitions: sea." (Sanskrit)

slk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'cast' [Genesis 21:15; 37:20, 22]; [Exodus 1:22; 7:10]. Other definitions include: thrown. Associated spellings/worrds: shalak."

sarx - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'flesh' [John 1:13]; 'carnally' [Romans 8:6]; 'carnal' [Romans 8:7]. Associated spellings/words: sarcos."

sark - "Definitions: shirt, chemise [camisia]. Associated spellings/words: serk, serkr."

sark - "Definitions: sunrise, east (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: sarki ['eastern']."

zrch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rose' [Genesis 32:31]. Associated spellings/words: zarach; zarah."

zrch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Zarah' [Genesis 38:30, etc.]. Other definitions include: the twin brother [by Tamar] of Perez who was marked with a scarlet thread [on his hand], but who was born second. Associated spellings/words: Zerach."

slch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'forth' [Genesis 3:22, 23; 8:7], [Exodus 4:4]; 'sent' [Genesis 20:2], [1 Samuel 5:6]; 'lay' [Genesis 22:12]; 'go' [Genesis 32:26], [Exodus 5:1]; 'stretch out' [Exodus 3:20]. Other definitions include: to drive out or away, to send away, divorce. Associated spellings/words: shalach; shalah."

slch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pardon' [Exodus 34:9]. Other defin- itions include: forgive, forgiven, spare. Associated spellings/words: salah."

searg - "Definitions: wither (Gaelic). Associated spellings/words; swercan (OHG); swercan ['become gloomy'] (Old Saxon)

saraq - "Definitions: whistle; scoff." (Hebrew)

SILIC /r - "Definitions: flint; silica. Associated spellings/words: silex, silicis."

SEARCH - "Definitions: look through, seek. Associated spellings/words: sercher, cerchier, circare ['go round'], circus ['circle']."

zerakh - "Definitions: sunrise." (Hebrew)

Sarakka - "Definitions: one of Sarakka's many aspects was Midwife Goddess." (Sami / Lapp Mythology)

sargas - "Definitions: watch[man] (Lithuanian). Associated spellings/words: sargyba ['watch, guard']; sargybinis ['sentry, sentinel']."

SARCASM - "Definitions: cutting expression or remark. Associated spellings/words: sarkazein ['tear flesh, gnash the teeth, speak bitterly'], sarx, sark ['flesh']."

Sargon - "Definitions: King of Akkad [2242-2186 B.C.], virgin-born son of a temple maiden who set him afloat on the river Tigres in a basket of rushes. He was later rescued by the divine midwife Akka, or Akki." (Sumerian)

sulchan - "Definitions: table." (Hebrew)

sarkikos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'carnal' [Romans 7:14, etc.]; 'fleshly' [2 Corinthians 1:12], [1 Peter 2:11]. Associated spellings/words: sarx; sarkinos; basar (Hebrew)."

SELECT - "Definitions: specially choosen, picked. Associated spellings/words: se + legere ['collect, choose, pick out']."

SELECTION - "Definitions: act of selecting or thing selected."

sarcophagus - "Definitions: stone reputed by the ancient Greeks to consume corpses and hence used for coffins. Associated spellings/words: sark, sarx ['flesh'] + phagos ['eating']; stone coffin."

srp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'burn' [Genesis 11:3, etc.]; 'burnt' [I Samuel 31:12, etc.]. Other definitions include: burned, kindled, utterly. Associated spellings/words: saraph."

srp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fiery' [Numbers 21:6, 8], [Deuteron- omy 8:15], [Isaiah 14:29; 30:6]; 'seraphims' [Isaiah 6:2, 6]; 'serpent' [Isaiah 14:29; 30:6]. Associated spellings/words: saraph."

srt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'served' [Genesis 39:4; 40:4]; 'minister' [Exodus 24:13; 28:35]. Other definitions include: ministered, do service, persons who give personal service to a ruler, persons of high rank. Associated spellings/words: sarat, sharath."

srt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ministry' [Numbers 4:12]; 'minister' [2 Chronicles 24:14]. Other definitions include: religious service or ministry. Associated spellings/words: saret, shareth."

SLAP - "Definitions: strike sharply with the open hand."

SLAB - "Definitions: thick slice."

SELF - "Definitions: essential person distinct from others. Associated spellings/words: selb (German); salut ['whole, healthy']; salus, salvia ['the healing plant'] (Latin); salvus; ipse; autos; medesimo; sam; sva."

serf - "Definitions: slave; person in servitude, attached to the soil. Associated spellings/ words: servus ['Slave']."

SAVE - "Definitions: make or keep safe; preserve from damnation; reserve, lay aside; avoid or enable to avoid; rescue from dange; except. Associated spellings/words: salver, sauve, sauver, salver, salvus."

SAFE - "Definitions: freed or secure from danger."

SLED - "Definitions: vehicle on runners."

srts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'abundantly' [Genesis 1:20, 8:17]. Other definitions include: creep, creepeth, moveth, the moving creature. Associated spellings/words: sharats."

sryd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'alive' [Numbers 21:35]; 'remaineth' [Numbers 24:19]; 'remain' [Deuteronomy 2:34]. Other definitions include: those who escape or remain, remaining, rest, left, remnant. Associated spellings/words: sarid."

sarap - "Definitions: burning." (Hebrew)

sarup - "Sarap appears to be a form of the Sanskrit word 'svarupa' which means 'true form' which is sometimes translated as 'body'. [Based on: http://www.om-guru.com/html/saints/twitchell01.html] - [T.D. - 01/07/07]

SERVE - "Definitions: be a servant. Associated spellings/words: servus ['slave']."

SLAVE - "Definitions: one owned and forced into service by another."

salat - "Definitions: ritual prayer (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: sala."

Sheard - "Definitions: gap between hills." (Old English)

sara'at - "Definitions: leprosy." (Hebrew)

slph - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Zilpah' [Genesis 29:24], the handmaid of Leah who bore Jacob a son [Genesis 30:11]: And Leah said: 'Fortune is come!' And she called his name Gad [gd]."

srph - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'throughly' [Genesis 11:3]. Other definitions include: burning. Associated spellings/words: saraphah; sarap ['burning']."

ser ba - "Definitions: hail." (Tibetan)

sraddha - "Definitions: believe; application of faith, a system of offerings for deceased ancestors, based upon the Vedas (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: zrazda; Sraddhas ['rituals for the ancestors'] (Hindu)."

shraddha - "Definitions: faith, belief, reverence [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 466]."

Selby - "Definitions: willow farm." (Old English)

S'er p'yin - "Definitions: Transcendental Wisdom." (Tibetan)

ser po - "Definitions: yellow." (Tibetan)

Serapis - Definitions: "Several ancient authors, including Macrobius, have affirmed that Serapis was a name for the Sun, because his image so often had a halo of light about its head. In his Oration Upon the Sovereign Sun, Julian speaks of the deity in these words: 'One Jove, one Pluto, one Sun is Serapis.' In Hebrew, Serapis is Saraph, meaning 'to blaze out' or 'to blaze up.' For this reason the Jews designated one of their heirarchies of spiritual beings, Seraphim." [Based on: The Secret Teachings of All Ages (Reader's Edition 2003), p. 59, by Manly P. Hall]

Seraphs - "Definitions: the burning or fiery serpents, in kabalistic symbolism; angels (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Seraphim, Cherubim."

Sheldon - "Definitions: valley with steep sides." (Old English)

Sartan - "Definitions: Cancer, the Hebrew month of Tamuz."

Sleipnir - "Definitions: Odin's eight-legged gray horse." (Norse Mythology)

serpent - "Definitions: scally limbless reptile, snake; reportedly, an adorned serpent has always been the symbol among all ancient peoples for the Deity as the Creator and his Creations. The unadorned serpent was reportedly an ancient symbol for the waters. Associated spellings/words: herpein (Greek); sarpati (Sanskrit)."

Serpent - "Definitions: Year of the Serpent, the 6th twelve-year cycle in the Chinese calendar."

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

serpere - "Definitions: to creep (Latin). Associated spellings/words: repere."

saltare - "Definitions: dance, frequent. Associated spellings/words: salire ['leap'] (Latin)."

Sarpa Rajni - "Definitions: the Queen of the Serpents, the mother of all that moves." (Hindu)

zac - "Definitions: white (Naga-Maya). Associated spellings/words: sak."

Zac - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 11 [27 Feb - 17 Mar], Ray of the sun, healing with hands." *Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

sak - "Definitions: to be able, can (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: sakha ['branch']; Sakyamuni ['The Buddha's real name'] (Hindu)."

SAY - "Definitions: said, express in words. Associated spellings/words: seg, sag."

SAW - "Definitions: cutting tool with teeth. Associated spellings/words: saga, sage, sog."

sag - "Definitions: head." (Sumerian)

SAG - "Definitions: subside, hang loose, drift. Associated spellings/words: sakka ['subside']; sagga ['walk slowly and heavily'] (Norwegian); sacken; zakken."

SAC - "Definitions: baglike part. Associated spellings/words: SACK ['large oblong bag open at one end']."

SAKE - "Definitions: strife; contention; legal suit; guilt; charge; ground for accusation; purpose or reason."

sqh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'watered' [Genesis 2:6]; 'make' [Genesis 19:32]; 'drink' [Genesis 19:32, 19:33, 21:19]; 'made' [Genesis 19:33]; 'gave' [Genesis 21:19]. Associated spellings/words: shaqah."

sgh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ignorance' [Leviticus 4:13]; 'erred' [Isaiah 28:7]; 'ravished' [Proverbs 5:20]; 'astray' [Proverbs 5:23]; 'deceived' [Proverbs 20:1]. Other definitions include: to err, wander, deceived, deceiver. Associated spellings/words: sagah; sagag; satah; planao ['err'] (Greek)."

sgh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'erred' [Isaiah 28:7]; 'ravished' [Proverbs 5:20]; 'astray' [Proverbs 5:23]; 'deceived' [Proverbs 20:1]. Other definitions include: to err. Associated spellings/words: sagah; sagag; satah; planao ['err'] (Greek)."

sga - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mad' [Deuteronomy 28:34]. Associated spellings/words: saga."

schh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bowed' [Genesis 18:2; 19:1]; 'worship' [Genesis 22:5]. Other definitions include: bowed down, crouch, worshipped; humble. Associated spellings/words: shachah, sahah; shachach ['bow down, prostrate oneself']."

zaka - "Definitions: purification; pure offering; flourishing, growth (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: zakat."

saga - "Definitions: button." (Lithuanian)

SAGA - "Definitions: story of heroic deeds."

saga - "Definitions: Norse goddess of history. Associated spellings/words: Laga."

saca - "Definitions: adverb: 'at the same time'." (Vedic) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

SKY - "Definitions: cloud, the vault of Heaven."

skye - "Definitions: be born (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: skye med ['no rebirth']."

skih - "1 (cpd) skih [s8kyh- | N s8ikih-] be broken." (cpd) = Concise Pahlavi Dictionary
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Saci - "Definitions: Power, Might; title of the Hindu Goddess as the wife of Indra (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Indrani."

Saci - "Definitions: Cupbearer." (Arabic)

seki - "Definitions: stone." (Japanese)

xiazhi - "Definitions: summer solstice [June 22nd - July 8th], name for one of twenty-four Chinese climatic periods recorder in the Ying-yang li."

skyeu - "Definitions: child, kid, baby, infant." (Tibetan)

Sgyu-lus - "Definitions: Illusory Body (Tibetan). Gyu-lu."

sxizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'opened' [Mark 1:10]. Other definitions include: rent, broken, divided. Associated spellings/words: schizo."

sakinys - "Definitions: sentence, clause." (Lithuanian)

SCIENCE - "Definitions: knowledge, esp. of a technical kind; branch of systemic study esp. of the physical world. Associated spellings/words: scientia, scient, scire ['know, see'] (Latin)."

schema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fashion' [1 Corinthians 7:31], [Philippians 2:8]. Other definitions include: appearance. Associated spellings/words: schhma."

Shakyamuni - "Definitions: Silent Sage of the Shakyas [tribe]; Siddhartha Gautama, or Gautama Buddha. He was reportedly born an Indian prince between 6 - 5 B.C. A traditional date for his death is 949 B.C." (Sanskrit)

SHIMMER - "Definitions: shaded, glimmer, glitter. Associated spellings/words: scymrian, schemeren, schimmern."

SHEER - "Definitions: bright, shining [of fabrics]; thin, fine; curve of a ship. Associated spellings/words: shire ['clear, pure, mere, thin, weak']; scir; skir; skirr; scheren."

scire - "Definitions: province." (Anglo-Saxon)

skere - "Definitions: a steep rocky emminence (Middle English). Associated spellings/word: scieran ['hew, cut'] (Anglo-Saxon); 'scar'; 'escarpment'."

sacer - "Definitions: a Latin word which meant untouchable, in the dual sense of both holy and unclean. Associated spellings/words: SACRED ['set apart for or worthy of worship'], sacer (Latin)."

sagire - "Definitions: discern acutely." (Latin)

Sherman - "Definitions: shear man; a person who cut cloth." (Old English)

SACRIFICE - "Definitions: from Latin sacrificium, the action of making holy. Associated spellings/words: sacer ['holy'] + facere ['to make']."

SHIELD - "Definitions: something that protects. Associated spellings/words: scield, scild."

SHEET - "Definitions: broud piece of linen; cover, broad expanse. Associated spellings/words: scete, sciete, scoz, schoss ['skirts, lap']; skaut ['corner, quarter, skirt, bosom, sail-rope, hem of garment']."

SHEATH - "Definitions: covering. Associated spellings/words: sceoia, schee, sceida, scheide, skeioir ['scabbard']."

sakyti - "Definitions: say, tell, speak." (Lithuanian)

sku - "Definitions: body (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: pra phung, bra phud."

skv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'water' [Genesis 2:10]. Associated spellings/words: squh."

SHOW - "Definitions: showed, shown; examine; present to view; explain. Associated spellings/ words: schauen; thuosko ['priest, one who attends to sacrifices']; kavi ['sage, poet']; keein ['observe']; cavere ['beware']; sceaw."

SHOE - "Definitions: outer covering for the foot. Associated spellings/words: skoh, scuoh, schuh, skor, skohs. esku ['hand'] (Basque)."

shaku - "Definitions: a measure." (Japanese)

squts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'abominations' [Deuteronomy 29:17]. Other definitions include: abomination, detestable. Associated spellings/words: siqqus, shiqquwts."

Schon - "Definitions: beautiful." (German)

skhun - "Definitions: to curse, to revile, angry. Associated spellings/words: skhunnu ['angry man']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skhun - "Definitions: slaughter house." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

schwen - "Definitions: pig." (German)

schauen - "Definitions: look." (German)

saguna - "Definitions: qualities (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: saguna ['the outer side of God']."

sajunga - "Definitions: union alliance; league." (Lithuanian)

SQUINT - "Definitions: look with eyes partly closed."

sgom - "Definitions: imagination." (Tibetan)

Sgyuma - "Definitions: Illusion, or Maya (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Gyuma."

skor - "Definitions: class, division; vicinity; turn around, revolve; circle, cycle." (Tibetan)

SCORE - "Definitions: twenty, 20; cut; record of points. Associated spellings/words: scor ['twenty'] (Gaelic)."

SCOUR - "Definitions: examine thoroughly."

Skoll - "Definitions: a doomsday wolf who will swallow the sun. One of Fenrir's brood." (Norse Mythology)

SHOWER - "Definitions: fall of rain. Associated spellings/words: scur, skur, schuur, schauer, skura ['storm']."

SQUARE - "Definitions: instrument for measuring right angles."

SCHOOL - "Definitions: institution for learning."

SCHOLAR - "Definitions: student or learned person."

SECULAR - "Definitions: pertaining to the world, worldly; not sacred, profane; non-religious; not monastic; occuring once in an age; living or lasting for an age or for ages; secular cleric. Associated spellings/words: seculer, seculier (French); saecularis, saecullum ['generation, age'] (Latin)."

Shaquille - "Definitions: handsome." (Arabic)

SCULL - "Definitions: oar for sculling."

SCRAWL - "Definitions: write hastily and carelessly."

schwarz - "Definitions: black." (German)

SLOT - "Definitions: hollow of the breast bone; elongated narrow depression in wood; narrow opening; animal's track. Associated spellings/words: esclot."

SHORT - "Definitions: not reaching a certain standard; friable, brittle. Associated spellings/ words: sceort, scurz."

Skuld - "Definitions: third of three Norns venerated by Norsemen. Skuld reportedly stood for the future, while her sisters Urth and Verthandi stood for the past and present." (Norse Mythology)

SHOULD - "Definitions: debt, guilt. Associated spellings/words: scyld, sculd,schult ['debt, guilt']."

scot - "Definitions: tattoo? (Old English). Associated spellings/words: scott."

scot - "Definitions: in an ancient epoch all the tribes of the northern part of the earth were called Scot or Skyth, for their countries were in shadow or darkness a great part of the year. Associated spellings/words: scotos ['darkness'] (Greek); shatiyu (Egyptian); shadow, schatten (German); ashkuz (Hebrew); ashkenaz."

SQUIRT - "Definitions: eject liquid in a spurt."

Scorpio - "Definitions: a southern constellation containing the brilliant red star Antares; eighth sign of the zodiac."

scorbutus - "Definitions: scurvy." (Latin)

SCULPTURE - "Definitions: work of art carved or molded."

SHORTAGE - "Definitions: deficiency. Associated spellings/words: skurtaz."

Sku-gsum - "Definitions: Three Bodies (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Ku-sum; Tri-kaya (Sanskrit)."

SHUT - "Definitions: fasten, bolt or close a door; bar passage into or through. Associated spellings/words: scyttan, schutten ['shut up, obstruct']."

SCOPE /r - "Definitions: object aimed at; watch, see (Greek). Associated spellings/words: skopos ['mark for shooting at']; skopein ['observe']."

SCOOP - "Definitions: shovellike utensil."

SHOVE - "Definitions: shoved; thrust, push. Associated spellings/words: schuven, sciuban, schieben, skufa."

scuab - "Definitions: brush, sweep." (Gaelic)

SHOOT - "Definitions: go swiftly and suddenly; send forth. Associated spellings/words: sceotan, skietan, sciozzan, skjota."

SCOUT - "Definitions: inspect or observe to get information."

skotia - "Transliterasted Greek spelling for the word/words 'darkness' [John 1:5]."

skopeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'heed' [Luke 11:35]; 'mark' [Romans 16:17], [Philippians 3:17]; 'look' [2 Corinthians 4:18], [Philippians 2:4]; 'consid- ering' [Galatians 6:1]. Other definitions include: to pay sharp attention to. Associ- ated spellings/words: skophw."

SHUFFLE - "Definitions: evidenced in the latter half of; moving series."

Scotland - "Definitions: Land of the Picts, or Caledonia [the Roman name for ancient Scotland]."

sechs - "Definitions: six (German). Associated spellings/words: saghas ['kind'] (Gaelic)."

sagesse - "Definitions: wisdom." (French)

schizo - "Definitions: cleave, cut." (Greek)

Saxon - "A Germanic people who invaded Britian 5 - 7 AD."

Schism - "Definitions: the division of the church into East and West, marking the beginning [1054 A.D.] of the Catholic and Orthodox Churches as distinct enties."

skn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'placed' [Genesis 3:24], [Psalm 78:60]; 'dwell' [Genesis 9:27; 16:12; 26:2; 49:13], [Exodus 25:8; 29:25, 46, etc.], [1 Kings 6:13; 8:12], [1 Chronicles 17:9], [2 Chronicles 6:1], [Psalm 15:1; 37:3, etc.], [Isaiah 32:16, etc.]; 'dwelt' [Genesis 14:13; 25:18; 35:22, etc.]; 'abode' [Exodus 26:16; 40:35, etc.]; 'rested' [Numbers 10:12]; 'abiding' [Numbers 24:2]; 'set' [Joshua 18:1], [Nehe- miah 1:9]; 'dwelleth' [Joshua 22:19], [Isaiah 33:5]; 'inhabitants' [Job 26:5]; 'lay' [Psalm 7:5]; 'rest' [Psalm 55:6]; 'continue' [Psalm 108:28]; 'habitation' [Psalm 104:12]. Other definitions include: remaineth, to place, lay, inhabit. Associated spellings/words: skn ['dwell'], shakan; saken ['neighbor, inhabitants of neighboring areas'] (Hebrew); skinh, shekhinah."

zqn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'old' [Genesis 19:4, 19:31]; 'elders' [Exodus 24:14]. Associated spellings/words: zaqen."

sgen - "Definitions: perfume, annointing oil. Associated spellings/words: s-genn ['to annoint, perfumed oil']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skan - "According to Lakota legend, Skan [sky] was created from the waters by Inyan [rock]."

SCAN - "Definitions: read [verses] so as to show meter, examine closely. Associated spellings/ words: scian ['knife'] (Gaelic)."

SKIN - "Definitions: rind."

skhen - "Definitions: to fold in the arms, to embrace, to contain, to hold; breast offering. Associated spellings/words: skhen-t ['embrace, she who embraces, i.e., nurse']; skhenu ['suckling, babe, any child in arms; embraces']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skhen - "Definitions: to happen, a happening, event, occurence. Associated spellings/words: skhena ['fortune, hap, event']; skheni ['event, fortune']; skhenu ['events, conditions, circumstances']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Diction- ary, Vol. 2)

skhen - "Definitions: share, portion." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2) skhen - "Definitions: abscess, skin disease. Associated spellings/words: to rot away, to decay." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

saken - "Definitions: to destroy, to ruin." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skhan - "Definitions: to hasten, suddenly." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

SCENE - "Definitions: stage setting, view. Associated spellings/words: skene ['tent, stage, scene']; skia ['shadow']."

SHINE - "Definitions: shone, give off or cause to give off light. Associated spellings/words: scinan, skina."

s-genn - "Definitions: to make weak or helpless; to annoint." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-khen - "Definitions: to hover over, to come to rest, to stand still, to alight. Associated spellings/words: skhenu ['repose, alighting']; skhennu ['those who alight']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-genn - "Definitions: to make weak or helpless. Associated spellings/words: sgenniu ['the inert, helpless ones']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-khann - "Definitions: to breach a wall, to overthrow. Associated spellings/words: s-khenn ['to make to fall, to overthrow, to breach a wall']; skhanit ['ruins, overthrow']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-khenn - "Definitions: to strike a blow, to smite." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

shekhina - "Definitions: God's indwelling nature; the spiritual garment of En-Soph, or the Holy Ghost; the female counter-part of god." (Hebrew) Shekhinah - "[....] In terms of the Sefiroth, the Shekhinah represents the middle pillar of the three pillars. She is also known as the Superior Supernal Mother & the Infer- ior or Infernal Mother, the mother & the daughter, the upper Shekinah & the lower Shekinah - all appellations referring to the Sfiroth Binah & Malkuth respectively. [....] In short, she is the anima mundi, the world soul who gives a portion of herself to each man in the form of the Neshamah. [- new paragraph -] We mentioned in Part I of this book that the Shekhinah was originally thought of as God's in- dwelling or presence. We also mentioned that the Kabbalists later took up this idea of a presence and made of it a part of God, a feminine part, pointing out that when the Biblical statement was made to the effect that God's Shekhinah went into exile with Israel, a portion of God himself went into exile. The redemption of this feminine helpmate of God is actually the redemption of a portion of God Himself. [....]. [Based on: Kabbalah (Original Copyright 1973), Charles Ponce, Second Quest edition, 1980, pp. 216 & 219]. Other definitions include: dwelling- place. Associated spellings/words: skinh; skn ['dwell']."

Shekhinah - "Shekhinah (skinh - alternative transliterations Shekinah, Shechinah, Shekina, Shechina, Schechinah) is the English spelling of the Hebrew language word that means the glory or radiance of God, or God's presence. It is derived from the Hebrew verb 'sakan' or 'shachan' - to dwell or to reside. (The Greek word 'skene' - dwelling - is thought to be derived from 'shekinah' and 'sakan'.) In classic Jewish thought, the Shekhina refers to extraordinary manifestation of divine spirituality at given times and locations, to the effect that, while Man is in proximity to the Shekhina, the connection to God is more readily perceivable by Man. [new paragraph] The Shekinah is held by many to represent the feminine att- ributes of the presence of God (shekhinah being a feminine word in Hebrew), based especially on readings of the Talmud and the Kabbalah. The word 'Matronit' is also employed to represent this usage. Comparative Religionists suggest a compar- ison to shakti, the female energy of Hindu gods, and to the Christian concept of the Holy Spirit. [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shekhinah] schnee - "Definitions: snow." (German)

skenoo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'dwelt' [John 1:14]. Associated spellings/words: skhnow." skhenu - "Definitions: events, conditions, circumstances." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skhenu - "Definitions: spells, incantations." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skhennu - "Definitions: things that terrify or frighten." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skhinasha - "Definitions: to stimulate, to stir up, to incite, to exasperate." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-khank - "Definitions: to strain through a sieve. Associated spwllings/words: skhank-t ['a vessel, a sieve']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

saejang - "Definitions: cage." (Korean)

SCANT - "Definitions: barely sufficient."

SECOND - "Definitions: next after the first, 2nd. Associated spellings/words: SECONDARY ['second in rank or importance']."

skhen-t - "Definitions: pillar, support. Associated spellings/words: skhena-t ['table, bank, support']; skhenut ['the four pillars of the sky']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skhen-t - "Definitions: crown." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

skanda - "3 (cap) skanda m. hopper, jumper; aggressor, assailant; N. of the god of war." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Skanda - "Definitions: seed; the younger of Siva's two sons; the god of war (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: skandhas ['ideas, wishes, dreams, physical attachments']."

s-khenti - "Definitions: to promote, to put in front, to make to advance, to make to sail to the south, or upstream." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

scandza - "Definitions: the old name of Scandinavia. Associated spellings/words: scanzia, ashkenaz (Hebrew)."

skandr - "Definitions: to spill out, or ooze." (Hindu)

skandalizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'offend' [Matthew 5:29, 30]; 'offended' [Matthew 11:6; 13:21]; 'make' [1 Corinthians 8:13]. Other definitions include: to anger or offend, to cause a person to stumble [into sin], fall. Associated spellings/words: skandalizw; skandalon."

skm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rose up early' [Genesis 19:2, 22:3]. Other definitions include: rose, rose up, morning, early. Associated spellings/words: shakam."

skm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'shoulders' [Genesis 9:23]; 'shoulder' [Genesis 24:15]. Other definitions include: portion, back. Associated spellings/words: shekem."

SKIM - "Definitions: take off the top of a liquid."

sekhem - "Definitions: power." (Egyptian)

schema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fashion' [1 Corinthians 7:31], [Philippians 2:8]. Other definitions include: appearance. Associated spellings/words: schhma."

SCHEME - "Definitions: crafty plot. Associated spellings/words: scheme ['mask'] (Middle High German)."

zagmu - "Definitions: New Year." (Sumerian)

scamu - "Definitions: shame." (Old English)

SEGMENT - "Definitions: division of a thing. Associated spellings/words: secare ['cut']."

SMALL - "Definitions: little in size or amount. Associated spellings/words: schmal ['narrow'] (German)."

Sekhmet - "Definitions: lady of the place of the beginning of time; One who was before the gods were; the Egyptian lion-headed goddess of war and destruction (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: Sekhet ['also known as the eye of Ra']; Sakhmet; Nesert; sekhem ['to be strong, mighty, violent']; Sekhmet-Hathor ['primordial femininity in both its facets; destroyer and matrix']."

Sekhmet - "Egyptian Zodiac sign 4 [November 27 - December 26]: Goddess of war and rivalry. Those born under this sign possess a brilliant mentality and sustained optimism and imagination. Associated spellings/words: KA-Hr-ka (Egyptian), Koiahk (Coptic), Kiyahk (Arabic)." *Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/egyptian.html

skambha - "Definitions: a cosmic pillar mentioned in the Rig Veda." (Hindu)

sgr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'closed' [Genesis 2:21]; 'shut' [Genesis 7:16, 19:6]. Other definitions include: to close. Associated spellings/words: sawgar."

zkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'remembered' [Genesis 8:1, etc.]; 'remember' [Genesis 9:15, 16, etc.]; 'recorder' [2 Samuel 8:16, etc.]; 'think' [Nehem- iah 6:14]; 'mindful' [Nehemiah 9:17]; 'mention' [Psalm 71:16]; 'memory' [Psalm145:7]. Other definitions include: remembrance. Associated spellings/words: zakar."

zkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'memorial' [Exodus 3:15, etc.]; 'remembrance' [Exodus 17:14, etc.]; 'memory' [Psalm 109:15, etc.]; 'scent' [Hosea 14:7]. Other definitions include: remembered. Associated spellings/words: zeker."

zkr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'male' [Genesis 1:27, ect.]; 'man child' [Genesis 17:10, ect.]. Other definitions include: lingham, phallus. Associated spellings/words: zakar; sacr."

skr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stopped' [Genesis 8:2]. Other definitions include: to lock up. Associated spellings/words: sakar, caker."

skr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'drunken' [Genesis 9:21]. Other defin- itions include: merry, to be intoxicated. Associated spellings/words: shakar."

skr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'reward' [Genesis 15:1]. Other defin- itions include: hire, wages, worth, fare, price. Associated spellings/words: sakar, seker."

skr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'strong drink' [Leviticus 10:9]. Other definitions include: strong wine, strong or intoxicating beverages. Associated spellings/words: shekar, sakar."

sqr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'falsely' [Genesis 21:23]. Other definitions include: lie. Associated spellings/words: saqar, shaqar."

sqr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'vain' [Exodus 5:9]. Other definitions include: false, falsehood, lie, lying, wrongfully. Associated spellings/words: seqer, sheqer."

skl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wise' [Genesis 3:6]. Other defin- itions include: guiding, wittingly, understand, understood, prosper, prospered, success, taught, teacheth, instruct, consider, considereth, wisdom, prudent, prudently, expert, skill, skilful. Associated spellings/words: sakal, sekel."

sql - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'shekels' [Genesis 23:15]. Other definitions include: shekel, a unit of weight, indicating ten to 13 grams of silver or gold. Associated spellings/words: seqel, sheqel."

sker- "Definitions: 'to cut' (Indo-European)."

skar - "Definitions: star." (Tibetan)

SCAR - "Definitions: where a wound has healed."

SAIL - "Definitions: piece of canvas fastened to a mast [or windmill] to catch the wind. Associated spellings/words: segel, sayler."

Seker - "Definitions: Lord of Death; the hidden one, or he who is shut in." (Egyptian Mythology)

saker - "Definitions: large falcon. Associated spellings/words: sacre, sacr."

SHELL - "Definitions: hard or tough outer covering. Associated spellings/words: skel ['sea- shell']."

SHARE - "Definitions: cutting blade; allotted portion. Associated spellings/words: scear, scar, schar; skara ['feudal service'], scara ['troop, multitude'], skari."

SCALE - "Definitions: weighing device; thin coating or layer; graduated series."

SKILL - "Definitions: developed or learned ability."

zagel - "Definitions: 'penis' (German)

sgra - "Definitions: word, speech, sound, voice (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: sgra dbyangs ['pleasing sound or tone, harmony']."

sekla - "Definitions: seed." (Lithuanian)

skara - "Definitions: wrap, shawl." (Lithuanian)

sacral - "Definitions: regional anatomical term refering to the lower portion of the back, just superior to the buttocks."

sagara - "1 (mwd) sagara (%{sa4-}). mfn. (for 2. &c. see below) accompanied by praise (fr. %{gara}, 1. %{gRR}; said of the fires) VS. (Sch.; accord. to others, `" swallow- ing "', `" devouring "', fr. %{gara}, 2. %{gRR})." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

sAgara - "4 (mwd) sAgara m. (ifc. f. %{A} ; fr. 2. %{sa-gara}) the ocean (said to have been named so by Bhagiratha after his son Sagara [see 2. %{sa-gara}, p. 1125]; another legend asserts that the bed of the ocean was dug by the sons of Sagara; 3 or 4 or 7 oceans are reckoned cf. 1, %{sam-udra}; %{sAgarasya@phenaH} = % {samudraph-}) Mn. MBh. &c.; an ocean (as expressing any vast body or inexhaustible mass; often ifc. cf. %{guNa-zoka-}, %{saMsAra-s-}); a symbolical expression for the number, `" four "' (like other words signifying`" ocean "') Gan2it. ; a partic. high number (= 10 Padmas) Pur.; a sort of deer L. ; N. of a serpent-demon Ka1ran2d2.; (with Jainas) of the third Arhat of the past Utsarpin2i1 L.; of one of the 10 orders of mendicants traced back to disciples of S3am2kara7ca1rya Cat.; of various persons HParis3. ; of two authors and of a wk. on Dharma Cat.; of a place ib.; (pl.) the sons of Sagara MBh. R.; n. N. of a town Buddh.; mf(%{I}) n. relating to the sea, marine Hariv." *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

sakhra - "Definitions: holy rock (Islamic). Associated spellings/words: sakra ['mighty, capable'] (Hindu)."

Scari - "Definitions: a Pawnee Indian ceremony. Associated spellings/words: ska ['hand'] + ri ['many']."

Zechariah - "Definitions: the lord remembers; a prophet of the Old Testament; the father of John the Baptist. Associated spellings/words: zecharyah (Hebrew)."

SCREW - "Definitions: grooved fastening device; move spirally."

sagaru - "Definitions: go down, put down (Japanese). Associated spellings/words: sageru."

scelos - "Definitions: leg." (Greek)

zlum po - "Definitions: round, circular." (Tibetan)

SHROUD - "Definitions: garment; winding sheet; veil, screen; place of shelter; crypt, vault. Associated spellings/words: scrud, skruo."

salmon - "Definitions: large fish of the genus Salmo. salar ['trout or young fish'] (Latin). Associated spellings/words: lox, lachs (Indo-European)."

sgrogs - "Definitions: call out, declare (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: klang (Zhang- Zhung)."

sacramenta - "Definitions: middle, center, heart (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: sacramentum ['oath'] (Latin)."

sacral - "Definitions: regional anatomical term refering to the lower portion of the back, just superior to the buttocks."

SCARCE - "Definitions: not plentiful."

SEGREGATE - "Definitions: cut off from others. Associated spellings/words: se + greg ['flock']."

HARP - "Definitions: keen, acute; having a good point or cutting edge. Associated spellings/ words: scearp, skarp, skarf."

SCRUB - "Definitions: rub in washing."

SCRIB /r - "Definitions: write. Associated spellings/words: SCRIP; SCRIBE ['one who writes']."

SCALP - "Definitions: skin and flesh of the head."

SHELF - "Definitions: ledge, terrace; sandbank in the sea or a river. Associated spellings/ words: schelf, scylfe, scylp."

SCRAPE - "Definitions: remove by drawing a knife over."

schrieb - "Definitions: wrote (German). Associated spellings/words: schrieben ['write']." (German)

SECRETE - "Definitions: produce as a secretion; separate."

scrobis - "Definitions: 'hole'; 'female genitals' (Latin). Associated spellings/words: scrofa ['sow'] (Latin)."

schlafen - "Definitions: sleep." (German)

SHELTER - "Definitions: something that gives protection."

SCRATCH - "Definitions: scrape or dig."

sacrifice - "Definitions: one of the eight symbols of Fo Hi (about 2800 B.C.), showing a series of three short parallel horizontal lines, where the top two [middle] are/ is broken. Associated spellings/words: li ['fire'] (Chinese)."

sgg - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'erred' [Leviticus]; 'sinneth ignorantly' [Numbers 15:28]; 'deceived ' [Job 12:16]; 'astray' [Psalm 119:67]. Associated spellings/words: shagag; sgg bsr, shagag basar ['is flesh'] (Genesis 6:3)."

skk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'asswaged' [Genesis 7:22]. Other definitions include: cease, appease, pacified, setteth. Associated spellings/words: shakak."

schq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'dust' [Isaiah 40:15]. Associated spellings/words: shachaq; schqym ['skies, clouds']."

schq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sport' [Judges 16:25, 27]; 'rejoicing' [Proverbs 8:30, 31]. Other definitions include: played, play, laugh, laughed, derision, scorned, mocketh, make merry, deride. Associated spellings/words: shachaq."

skag - "Definitions: maroon, red-violet." (Tibetan)

SHAKE - "Definitions: shook, shaken; go, move, vibrate. Associated spellings/words: skakan; skaka; shig ['lice']; shig shig ['to rock, tremble, shake']; shag shag ['splashing water'] (Tibetan)."

SHOCK - "Definitions: pile of sheaves of grain; encounter of armed forces; thick mass. Associated spellings/words: socca, scoka, schok, skok ['heap']; schock ['sixty']; choque, choc; shock."

sakak - "Definitions: square." (Korean)

Sach Khand - "Definitions: realm of truth where god himself dwells." (Sikh)

schqym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'clouds' [Proverbs 8:28]. Other definitions include: skies. Associated spellings/words: schq, shachaq."

sagart - "Definitions: priest." (Gaelic)

sqp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'looked' [Genesis 19:28]. Associated spellings/words: shaqaph."

skb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'lay' [Genesis 19:4, 33; 28:11, etc.], [Jonah 1:5]; 'lie' [Genesis 19:32, etc.]; 'sleep' [Genesis 28:11, etc.]; 'slept' [1 Kings 2:10, etc.]. Other definitions include: to lie down, lieth, lain. Associated spellings/words: sakab, shakab."

sqt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'trough' [Genesis 24:20]. Associated spellings/words: shoqeth."

sqd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'almonds' [Genesis 43:11], [Numbers 17:8] 'almond tree' [Ecclesiastes 12:5], [Jeremiah 1:11]. Associated spellings/words: shaqed."

SKIP - "Definitions: move with leaps."

SHIP - "Definitions: transport by carrier. Associated spellings/words: skip, schip, skif, schiff."

SHIP /s - "Definitions: state or condition. Associated spellings/words: scipe."

skep- "Definitions: 'to hack or scrape' (Indo-European). Associated spellings/words: shave, shape, scoop, scab."
*Links: http://www.io.com/~dierdorf/words.html [Section: Porcelain Pigs]

SCAB - "Definitions: protective crust over a sore or wound."

scht - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'corrupt' [Genesis 6:11]; 'destroy' [Genesis 9:11, 9:13]; 'destroyed' [Genesis 13:10]; 'spilled' [Genesis 39:9]. Other definitions include: mar, spoilers, battered, wasted, waster, destruction, corruptly, slaughter. Associated spellings/words: shachath, sahat."

skad - "Definitions: voice, sound, noise; language, speech." (Tibetan)

sexet - "Definitions: Name for an Egyptian hieroglyph depicting a field."

SECT - "Definitions: class [of persons]; religious order; sex. Associated spellings/words: secta ['following']."

sqth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'rested' [Joshua 11:23]; 'rest' [Judges 3:30]. Other definitions include: quiet, still, appeaseth, settled, idleness. Associated spellings/words: saqat, shaqat."

SHAPE - "Definitions: external form; sexual organs; guise; form or kind of structure. Associated spellings/words: gesceap ['creation, creature']; giskapu ['creatures, decrees']; skap ['condition, fate']."

scaip - "Definitions: scatter." (Gaelic)

SHAVE - "Definitions: scrape, pare away. Associated spellings/words: skaban, scaban, schaven, schaben, skafa."

sacbe - "In Yucatan Maya, the word 'sacbe' (SOCK'-bay) literally means 'white way' or 'white road' and is used to describe elevated ancient roads typically lined with stone and paved with white lime plaster and that sometimes connected temples, plazas and towns." *Link: http://www.colorado.edu/news/r/2179daa9db0d87b50586b81315ab9f3c.html

SKUFF - "Definitions: scratch, scrape, or wear away."

SHADE - "Definitions: shadow, space sheltered from light, small difference. Associated spellings/words: scead, scat, scad."

SHED - "Definitions: seperate, divide; give off; ridge of ground dividing valleys; shelter. Associated spellings/words: skedan, sciedden, skaidan; (ge)scead; shad(de); shed(de)."

zakat - "Definitions: purification; pure offering; flourishing, growth (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: zaka."

sakta - "Definitions: worshipper of Kali." (Hindu)

sajada - "Definitions: to bow down in worship." (Arabic)

sceatha - "Definitions: assassin, devil." (Anglo-Saxon)

sakti - f. clinging together, attachment to (loc. or ---), esp. to wordly things." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

shakti - "Definitions: power, ability or strength; the highest form of maya, or illusion [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465]. Other definitions include: the Mother of all Creation; the creative power, or female aspect of the Hindu gods; the female counterpart of Brahm; the female counterpart of Shiva; lance (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: sakti." *Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shakti

sekti - "Definitions: watch, observe." (Lithuanian)

Skadi - "Definitions: the primal whomb of darkness that cyclically devoured worlds and gave them new birth (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Scatha, Scath."

sagtis - "Definitions: buckle, clasp." (Lithuanian)

SHADOW - "Definitions: comparative darkness; image cast by a body intercepting light; shelter from light and heat; trace. Associated spellings/words: sceaduw ['shade, duskiness'] (Anglo-Saxon)"

skad tsam - "Definitions: instant, moment." (Tibetan)

SECTION - "Definitions: distinct part."

SECTOR - "Definitions: part of a circle between two radii. Associated spellings/words: secare ['cut']."

SCATTER - "Definitions: spread about irregularly, disperse. Associated spellings/words: scaip ['scatter'] (Gaelic)."

sagittal - "Definitions: sagittal plane: a longitudinal section that divides the body or any of its parts into right and left parts."

Sextilis - "Definitions: the old Roman name for the month of August. It was renamed on account of Emperor Augustus." (Roman)

Sagittarius - "Definitions: archer; ninth zodiacal constellation ruled by the planet Jupiter. Associated spellings/words: sagitta ['arrow'] (Latin)."

SCABBARD - "Definitions: sheath for the blade of a weapon."

SKETCH - "Definitions: rough drawing."

SHIFT - "Definitions: arrange; change; alter the position of. Associated spellings/words: sciftan, schiften, schichten, skipa ['arrange, assign']."

SHAFT - "Definitions: rod of spear; long straight part of an object. Associated spellings/ words: skaft, scapus ['shaft, stem, shank'], skapton ['staff']."

st - "Glyphs believed to represent ST include: the side view of a throne; a skin pierced with an arrow."

St - "And Adam knew his wife again; and she bore a son, and called his name Seth; 'for God hath appointed me another seed instead of Abel; for Cain slew him.'(Genesis: 4:25). Associated spellings/words: Seth."

st - "Definitions: six (Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: sheth; shat ['six'] (Sanskrit)."

sd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'devils' [Deuteronomy 32:17], [Psalm 106:37]. Other definitions include: supernatural powers. Associated spellings/words: set, shet, sedu; siddha, siddhis ['powers'] (Hindu)."

sep - "Definitions: time, season, fate, luck, occasion, opportunity, hap, accident, condition, case, situation, kind, sort, mode, means, manner, habit, way, behavior, action, char- acteristic, aim, object, purpose, subject, case at law, trial, affair, act, like, equal, expedient." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

SAP - "Definitions: vital juice of plants. Associated spellings/words: saep, sap, saft, safi, sapa."

zhb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gold' [Genesis 2:11, 13:2]. Associat- ed spellings/words: zahab; chrts, chrvts, hrs, harus ['gold'] (Old Hebrew); pz, paz ['gold'] (Old Hebrew)."

sab - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'draw' [Genesis 24:11]. Associated spellings/words: sha'ab."

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

zhb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gold' [Genesis 2:11, 13:2]. Associated spellings/words: zahab; chrvts, harus ['gold'] (Old Hebrew); pz, paz ['gold'] (Old Hebrew)."

zat - "Definitions: "Arabic ??? dha-t, Farsi za-t: essence, being, nature; possessor, owner; soul; personality, self. From the Arabic root dh-w meaning endowed with, embodying, comprising; master of. (za-t is the typical Farsi/Urdu pronunciation, while that is the classical Arabic pronunciation ).(hw363, fjs556, ftp576)" (Sufi)
*Links: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/mv_glossary.htm#Z_-

zat - "Definitions: 'life absolute'." (Sufi)
*Links: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_1.htm http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html

sat - "Definitions: true, real, everlasting [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 464] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: eternal, existence, essence, being, reality (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: satya; Sat Nam ['true name']; Sat Desh ['true home or region']; Satya Yuga ['the golden age' - 1,728,000 yrs. long]."

sat - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'accepted' [Genesis 4:7]. Other definitions include: dignity, rising."

Set - "Definitions: the darkness; Son of Nut who murdered his (twin) brother Osiris; an ass- headed god; Lord of the Chambers; the enemy, the divisive principle, the intellect, the ruler of time [Saturn], the destroyer, the red one." Associated spellings/words: st."

SET - "Definitions: place."

zat - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'this' & 'she' [Genesis 2:23]. Other definitions include: her, that, these, it."

sat - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'accepted' [Genesis 4:7]. Other definitions include: dignity, rising."

sad - "Definitions: untimely frost; cold; awakened." (Tibetan)

SAD - "Definitions: sated; weary; steadfast, firm; grave, serious, sorrowful; solid, dense; dark colored; unrisen bread. Associated spellings/words: sat."

SOD - "Definitions: turf."

shab - "Definitions: whisper. sob sob ['soft'] (Tibetan); Sab'iyya ['Literally, sevener'] (Arabic)."

SATE - "Definitions: satisfy to the full. Associated spellings/words: SAT /r ['enough']; satio (Latin); SATIS; SATISFACTION ['state of being satisfied']."

Seth - "Definitions: placed, or appointed; in the Old Testament he was third son of Adam; according to other reports he was the first son of Adam." (Hebrew)

shat - "Definitions: six." (Sanskrit)

shad - "Definitions: a brush stroke." (Tibetan)

shab - "Definitions: whisper. Associated spellings/words: sob sob ['soft'] (Tibetan); Sab'iyya ['Literally, sevener'] (Arabic); shab ['lover of life, seventh initiate'] (Eckankar Dictionary)."

sph - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'language' [Genesis 11:1, 6, 7, 9]; 'speech' [Genesis 11:7]; 'shore' [Genesis 22:17], [Exodus 14:30]; 'brink' [Genesis 41:3]; 'bank' [Genesis 41:17]; 'lips' [Exodus 6:12, 30]; 'edge' [Exodus 26:4, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: saphah."

sph - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'destroy' [Genesis 18:23]. Other definitions include: consumed. Associated spellings/words: caphah."

sbh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'captive' [Genesis 14:14]; [Psalm 68:18]. Associated spellings/words: shabah."

sba - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'full' [Exodus 16:8, etc. Other definitions include: filled, satisfied, enough, plenty. Associated spellings/words: sabea, soba."

sba - "Definitions: seven (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: sheba, sbya ['seventh']."

sba - Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'swear' [Genesis 21:23]. Associated spellings/words: shaba."

sdh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'field' [Genesis 2:5; 23:9]."

sth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'drank' [Genesis 9:21]; 'drink' [Genesis 24:14]. Associated spellings/words: satah, shathah."

STA /r - "Definitions: stand. Associated spellings/words: STET; STIT; stha ['stand'] (Sanskrit)."

STAY - "Definitions: prop up, satisfy for a time; lodge."

saba - "Definitions: to be engaged in group service; almighty; army, host; old man. Associated spellings/words: sabu; savas." (Hebrew)

saba - "Definitions: to be engaged in group service; almighty; army, host; old man. Associated spellings/words: tsba, sabu, savas." (Hebrew)

sybh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'old age' [Genesis 15:15, etc]. Other definitions include: gray hairs. Associated spellings/words: seybah."

zava - "(mwd) zava - m. n. (ifc. f. %{A}; prob. fr. 1. %{zU}, or %{zvi} and orig. = `" swollen "') a corpse , dead body S3Br. &c. &c.; n. water L." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

sthh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'go aside' [Numbers 5:12]; 'gone aside' [Numbers 5:19, 20]; 'goeth aside' [Numbers 5:29]; 'turn' [Proverbs 4:15]; 'decline' [Proverbs 7:25]. Other definitions include: to turn or go aside. Associated spellings/words: satah."

zeta [Z] - "A letter in the Greek alphabet that now fills the position [sixth letter] of the old Digamma [F]. The capital form appears like a Z. The small form resembles a stretched out horizontal squiggley line-like shape. Reported meanings for Z include: offering or sacrifice; hexagon; fire of the resplendent A; the older 7th letter."

sadA - "ind. always, ever, every time, continually, perpetually (with %{na} "', never "') RV. &c. &c." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

sabah - "Definitions: to praise or commend." (Hebrew)

ze-ta - "Definitions: strike the earth." (Mayan)

safah - "Definitions: to cease to exist (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: shefa ['spiritual sustenance'] (Hebrew); safa'a ['petition, intersession'] (Arabic)."

sabba - "Definitions: all." (Pali)

sabhA - "f. house or hall for public meetings, esp. gambling-house, council-chamber, court of justice, court or palace of a prince; place of refuge, asylum; assembly, society, esp. good society." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary
*Link http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

zadah - "Definitions: fissure." (Siloam Transcription)

sby - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'captivity' [Psalm 68:18]. Associated spellings/words: shabiy; sbh, shabah ['captive']."

SPY - "Definitions: secretly observe."

sdy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'almighty' [Genesis 17:1]. Associated spellings/words: shadday."

Sati - "The female consort of Kneph. Her headress was the Crown of Upper Egypt with a pair of cow's horns extending from it. Sati's color was a warm red human flesh color; symbol for the femine principle (Based on: Col. James Churchward); reportedly, a name for the Egyptian hieroglyph depicting a person voiding water; faithful wife, the royal wife of Shiva (Hindu Mythology); the Huntress."

shebay - "Definitions: at rest (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: sab sob ['inconsistent; hesitant'] (Tibetan)."

Tzaddi [Tz,Ts] - "Definitions: in Old Hebrew the letter Tzaddi appeared like a flattened-out w-like shape with a short descending verticle appendage at right. In modern block-style script it appears like a Y, or V-like shape supported by a left- ward-facing angle, or wedge-like shape. Reported meanings for Tzaddi include: fish-hook, harpoon, javelin; penetration; anchor; stopping movement; shadow, reflection; the 18th [11th Elemental] letter in the Hebrew alphabet; number 90; the 29th ['God blessed them'] of 32 reported paths, or states of con- sciousness. Trivia: Tzaddi corresponds with the 19th letter [Sigma] in the Greek alphabet. Along with T [Teth], Ch [Chet], and Q [Koph], Tzaddi was absent from the names of Jacob's sons. Associated spellings/words: Sadhe."

Sabia - "Definitions: sweet." (Gaelic)

zeteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'seek' [Matthew 2:13]. Other defin- itions include: sought, seeking, seeketh, desiring, required. Associated spellings/ words: zhtew."

sbyor ba - "Definitions: attachment, connection." (Tibetan)

Sat Yuga - "Definitions: true (sat) age (yuga), the Golden Age, the first of the four great cycles of time [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: Satya Yuga. Trivia: reportedly, the Golden Age lasts for 1,728,000 yrs."

spina - "Definitions: 'thorn'; 'difficulties'." (Latin)

spynh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ship' [Jonah1:5]. Associated spellings/words: sefeenaw."

Sphinx - "Egyptian Zodiac sign 5 [December 27 - January 25]: Sphinx is the treasure guardian who could convert himself into any shape of any creature. Those born under this sign can change their attitudes to fit nearly all situations. Associated spellings/ words: tA-aAbt (Egyptian), Tobe (Coptic), Tubah (Arabic). Query: See Hebrew tbh ['ark']."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/egyptian.html

sdym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Siddim' [Genesis 14:3]. Other definitions include: the salt sea. Associated spellings/words: Siddiym."

shedim - "Definitions: demons." (Hebrew)

spyr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sapphire' [Exodus 24:10]. Associated spellings/words: sappiyr."

spiel - "Definitions: game (German). Associated spellings/words: spielen; splane ['spark'] (Gaelic)."

stiel - "Definitions: stem." (German)

STYLE - "Definitions: name."

ASPIRE - "Definitions: desire; rise up, mount; have an ambition. Associated spellings/words: ad + spirare; speir ['sky'] (Gaelic)."

SATIRE - "Definitions: literary ridicule done with humor. In Old Irish mythology and legend, a spell or curse, usually a magic rhyme that brought dishonor, illness, and death to the victim."

stella - "Definitions: star." (Latin)

sphiro - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sower' & 'soweth' [Mark 4:15]. Associated spellings/words: speiro."

stilvs - "Definitions: stylus, a metal or bone writing instrument with a pointed and a flattned end." (Latin)

SPIRAL - "Definitions: circling around a single point or line."

SPIKE - "Definitions: very large nail."

SPEAK - "Definitions: utter words."

SPEECH - "Definitions: power, act, or manner of speaking."

stigma - "Definitions: mark, brand." (Greek)

spiegel - "Definitions: mirror." (German)

SPEED - "Definitions: quality of being fast."

shtyt - "Definitions: the innermost part of the temple; hidden; secret; sacred." (Egyptian)

spyod - "Definitions: act, perform, practice (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: spyod pa ['deed, action']."

SATIATE - "Definitions: surfeit, glut. Associated spellings/words: satis 'enough' (Latin)."

spitze - "Definitions: top." (German)

SEDITION - "Definitions: violent party strife; revolt, mutiny; behavior inciting to rebellion. Associated spellings/words: sed + itio ['going'], it -, pp. stem of ire ['go']" (Old French/Latin)

Shadayatana - "Definitions: sixfold-organ; the 5th Nidana." (Sanskrit)

STOW - "Definitions: put in a compact mass, put or hide away."

sabu - "Definitions: soldier; member of a work gang, laborer." (Akkadian)

shebu - "Definitions: 'In Assyria the ancient head of the family was called shebu, formerly a matriarch and later a tribal elder of either sex. A.G.H." *Link: http://www.themystica.com/mystica/articles/s/shayba.html

Sadhu - "Definitions: one who has controlled the mind - technically, a devotee who has crossed the region of mind and matter and reached the third spiritual region (Daswan Dwar); sometimes applied to one who has gained the second region (Trikuti); generally, a holy man following a path of spiritual discipline [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 463]."

sbvah - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'oath' [Genesis 24:8]; 'curse' [Isaiah 65:15]. Associated spellings/words: sebuah."

satwa - "Definitions: goodness; one of the three qualties [gunas]." (Sanskrit)

sattva - "Definitions: manifesting point of Adi Tattva (Tibetan Buddhism); sattva ['ethereal']." (Sanskrit)

Styx - "Mythology: ruler of the Styx, the river that surrounds the underworld. Son of: Crius & Eurybia. Sister of Astraeus & Pallas. Consort of: Pallas. Mother of: Zelus [zeal], Cratus [strength], Bia [force], Nike [victory]. Other Mythology: a river or sea deity born from Oceanus and Tethys." (Greek Mythology)

zetesis - "Definitions: argument (Greek). Assoviated spellings/words: syzeteo ['argue']." (Greek)

sphuxis - "Definitions: pulse (Greek). Associated spellings/words: sphuzein ['beat, throb']."

STUN - "Definitions: bewilder."

SPAWN - "Definitions: bring forth."

sa bon - "Definitions: seed." (Tibetan)

SEASON - "Definitions: appropriate time or period; period of the year; time for sowing seed, time for breeding, etc. Associated spellings/words: seson, satio -on ['sowing in']."

stong - "Definitions: empty, void, clear." (Tibetan)

spungs - "Definitions: heap up." (Tibetan)

spong ba - "Definitions: renounce, reject." (Tibetan)

stunde - "Definitions: hour." (German)

stoma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'mouth' [Matthew 4:4], [Romans 10:8]; 'edge' [Luke 21:24], [Hebrews 11:34]; 'face' [2 John 1:12], [3 John 1:14]."

stoma - "Definitions: praise (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: stu ['to praise, eulogize']."

sebomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'worship' [Matthew 15:9]; 'religious' [Acts 13:43]. Other definitions include: devout, to show reverence for. Associated spellings/words: shbomai."

STOMACH - "Definitions: abdomen."

spur - "Definitions: lane." (German)

SPOOL - "Definitions: cylinder on which something is wound."

sapphire - "Biblical mistranslation of sappur, literally Holy Blood, or Blue Blood."

sprh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Zipporah' [Exodus 2:21]: the wife of Moses."

satori - "Definitions: enlightenment."

SPURIOUS - "Definitions: not genuine."

stauros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'cross' [Matthew 10:38, etc.]. Other definitions include: pole. Associated spellings/words: spoudh; spoudazo."

zephyros - "Definitions: west wind; gentle wind." (Greek)

SPURN - "Definitions: reject."

Saturn - "Definitions: Son of Coelus or Uranus, [the most ancient of all gods,] and Terra [Gaia], the Earth. Husband of: Rhea. Father of: Jupiter [Zeus]; Neptune [Poseidon]; Pluto [Hades]. Mythology: in ancient Roman religion, Saturn was the god of agriculture: identified with the Greek Cronus; the younger brother of Titan. Imprisoned after the war with the Titans, Saturn and his wife were set free by Jupiter, and his throne restored. Later he was driven out by Jupiter, for conspiring against his life. He was ultimately received in Latium [Italy] by king Janus who made him partner of his throne; Name for the sixth planet from the Sun. Symbology: Saturn is generally represented as an old man. He holds a scythe in his right hand and a serpent which bites its own tail, the emblem of time and of the revolution of the year. In his left hand he holds a child. Associated spellings/words: Saturnus (Latin); Kronos, Cronus (Greek); Ninurta (Babylonian); Ninurta (Sumerian)."

Sethlans - "Definitions: the Etruscan Vulcan."

Saturnalia - "In ancient Roman religion, the festival in mid-December commemorating the Golden Age of Saturn's rule. A solstice ceremony of the turning of the year."

Xbalanque - "Definitions: 'Sorcerer'. (Mayan)

sabulum - "Definitions:sand (Latin). Associated spellings/words: hamathos (Greek)."

STORM - "Definitions: violent outbreak."

Stewart - "Definitions: keeper of the estate." (Teutonic)

STOLID - "Definitions: having or showing little or no emotion."

SATURDAY - "Definitions: older 1st Roman day name; older 7th Roman day name. Associated spellings/words: *Saterdaeg (Anglo-Saxon); Dies Saturni ['Day of Saturn'] (Latin); Dies Sabbati; Sabbatum."

spiritus - "Definitions: Spirit." (Latin)

stuck - "Definitions: piece [ein stuck]." (German)

SEDUCE - "Definitions: divert from allegience or service; induce a woman to surrender her chasity; lead astray. Associated spellings/words: sedu(i)se, seduis, seduire, se + ducere ['lead']."

SPOUT - "Definitions: shoot forth in a stream. Associated spellings/words: spuit, spyta ['spit']."

sifat - "Definitions: spiritual qualities." (Sufi)

Shevat - "Hebrew month 11: [January - February/ 30 days]. Associated spellings/words: sbt."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/jewish.html

sabaoth - "Definitions: hosts." (Greek)

SITUATE - "Definitions: locate. Associated spellings/words: situatus, situs ['site']."

spoude - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'haste' [Mark 6:25]. Other defin- itions include: diligence, business, carefulness, care, forwardness. Associated spellings/words: spoudh; spoudazo."

sphota - "1 (mwd) sphoTa m. bursting, opening, expansion, disclosure (cf. %{narma-sph-}) MBh. Ka1v. &c.; extension (see %{kara-sph-}); a swelling, boil, tumour Car. Sus3r.; a little bit or fragment, chip L. ; crackling, crash, roar MBh. VarBr2S.; (in phil.) sound (conceived as eternal, indivisible, and creative) Sarvad.; the eternal and imperceptible element of sounds and words and the real vehicle of the idea which bursts or flashes on the mind when a sound is uttered Pat.; (%{A}) f. shaking or waving the arms Ma1rkP.; the expanded hood of a snake (= or w.r. for %{sphaTA}) L." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

sphota - "Definitions: Sphota (literally bursting, opening') is an important concept in Indian grammatical tradition, relating to the problem of speech production, how the mind orders linguistic units into coherent discourse and meaning. [....] While the sphota theory proper (sphotava-da) originates with Bhartrhari, the term has a longer history of use in the technical vocabulary of Sanskrit grammarians, and Bhartr.hari may have been building on the ideas of his predecessors, whose works are partly lost. [NP] Sanskrit sphota is etymologically derived from the root sphut. 'to burst'. It is used in its technical linguistic sense by Patañjali (2nd c. BCE), in reference to the 'bursting forth' of meaning or idea on the mind as language is uttered. Patañjali's sphota is the invariant quality of speech. The acoustic element (dhvani, audible part) can be long or short, loud or soft, but the sphot.a remains unaffected by individual speaker differences.[....]"

[Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spho%E1%B9%ADa]

sputnik - "Definitions: one who travels with another." (Russian)

STUDENT - "Definitions: one who studies. Associated spellings/words: studere ['be eager or diligent, study']."

STUPOR - "Definitions: state of being conscious but not aware or sensible."

stupere - "Definitions: to be stupefied; to be rendered speechless (Latin). Associated spellings/words: stupid ['someone without words']."

sphodros - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'exceedingly' [Acts 27:18]. Other definitions include: vehemently. Associated spellings/words: sphodrws."

Shapash - "Shapash, the Cannanite Sun-Goddess, is the all-seeing eye that sees all in the world -- and the Underworld -- which she travels over in her daily course. In a Babylonian bas relief she has a lion face and the all seeing eye as the third eye, the Ajna chakra from yoga, the spiritual sight. This is the only instance when the third eye is represented in ancient times in other area than India. The relief shows how she was stabbed and killed by Shamash, who took her place as a Sun God and law giver. This marks the end of the matriarchal society and the beginning of the patriarchal one. However, Shamash did not inherit the all seeing eye, a dist- inct characteristic of Shapash, that later was addopted by Egyptians as the Eye of Horus, and later a Christian symbol associated to God and a Masonic symbol, seen on the reverse of the Great Seal, from the reverse of the 1 $ bill, above the pyramid. [NP] The cult of Goddess Shapash reached Egypt, where she survived under the name of Sekhmet, the fierce lioness goddess of the sun and one of the eyes of Ra. [....]" *Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

Sabazius - "Definitions: Phrygian serpent god identified with Attis, with Dionysus, and in the first century B.C. with the Jewish Jehovah." (Greek Mythology)

setsu shin - "Definitions: touching."

zhthsis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'question' [John 3:25]. Other definitions include: argument. Associated spellings/words: zetesis."

satsang - "Definitions: true (sat) company (sang); association with the true; the company of or association with a perfect Master is external satsang; association of the soul with the Radiant Form of the Master, the Shabd or Nam within, is internal satsang. The highest form of satsang is to merge in the Shabd. A congregation assembled to hear a spiritual discourse is also referred to as satsang; even to think about the Master and his teachings is a form of satsang [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465]." (Sanskrit)

satsang - "Definitions: union with that which is pure and imperishable; sat means 'true' or 'unchangeable,' sang means 'union,' the coming in contact of man with the Living ECK Master or one of the higher DEVOTEES; hearing or reading the discourses of the Master; going in and making contact with the ECK SOUND CURRENT; the union of one with the Living ECK Master; a spiritual gathering in the name of the ECK. See also ECK SATSANG]." (A Cosmic Sea of Words, The ECKANKAR Lexicon, Harold Klemp, copy- right 1998 Eckankar)

satsangi - "Definitions: one who associates with the true; initiate of a perfect Master; esoterically, one who has reached the first stage [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465]." (Sanskrit)

Sebastian - "Definitions: revered." (Greek)

SPIN - "Definitions: rotating motion."

SPAN - "Definitions: amount of time."

sben - "Definitions: to run aground (of a ship), to turn back, to retreat, to yaw about (of a boat). Associated spellings/words: sbenben ['to be overthrown, to collapse." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

sthn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'adversary' [Numbers 22:22], [1 Samuel 29:4], [1 Kings 5:4; 11:14, 23, 25]; 'withstand' [Numbers 22:32]; 'adversaries'] [2 Samuel 19:22]; 'Satan' [Job 1:6, 7, 8, 9, 12; 2:1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7], [Psalm 109:6], [Zechariah 3:1, 2]. Other definitions include: accuser. Associated spellings/ words: Satan; Satanas (Greek); diabolos ['thrown down'] (Greek)."

sten - "Definitions: to slay, to kill." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2) Stan

[ST] - "Definitions: stone; sacred stone; the 32nd Rune. Associated spellings/words: stein ['stone'] (German)."

sefen - "Definitions: to split, to cleave. Associated spellings/words: sfent ['to slay, to stab, knife, sword, dagger']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-fen - "Definitions: to be gracious, to suffer patiently, to endure, weary, annoyed, vexed. Associated spellings/words: sefni ['gracious']; sefnu ['a kindly man, indolent, patient']; sefna ['to slumber']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-ten - "Definitions: to mark out, to distinguish, to make a difference between, to exalt. Associated spellings/words: s-then; sethenu ['distinctions, distinguishing qualities or attributes']; stennu ['a noble or distinguished man']; stenit ['distinctions']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

Satan - "Definitions: Adversary; accuser. Mythology: Prince, the prince of this world; one of the Sons of God; Lucifer, bright star of the morning; a name attributed to the devil. Associated spellings/words: Shtn; Shaitan; Shaytan; Satanas; Sata; Mastemah; Belial."

STAIN - "Definitions: change the color of."

sieben - "Definitions: seven." (German)

sheben - "Definitions: to mix together, to be mixed, to alloy. Associated spellings/words: sheben ['sacrificial cakes of various kinds']; sheben ['an aromatic substance']; shebenu ['various, divers, mixed, miscellaneous']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

s-tenn - "Definitions: to swell (of a boil)." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

shaytan - "Definitions: a species of jinn; a fallen heavenly being known as Iblis." (Arabic)

SESSION - "Definitions: sitting together for conference, spec. judicial sitting; continuous series of meetings; act of sitting, occupation of a seat. Associated spellings/ words: sedere ['sit']."

stna - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Sitnah' [Genesis 26:21]: And they digged another well, and they strove for that also. And he called the name of it Sitnah."

Sedna - "Definitions: lovely young Inuit girl who sunk to the bottom of the ocean. She now rules Adlivum, the land of the dead and is hideous to look at." (Eskimo Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Arnaknagsak."

stena - "Definitions: to dam a river." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

sthena - "Definitions: a distinguished person or statue, eminent, prominent, notable." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

sadhana - "Definitions: meditation." (Sanskrit)

Zephaniah - "Definitions: the lord protects. Associated spellings/words: tsephanyah (Hebrew)."

Zabanitu - "Definitions: a Babylonian word associated with the astrological sign of Libra."

stenu - "Definitions: swift courier." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

sthenu - "Definitions: wearer of a crown, prince." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egypt- ian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

sbennumi - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'quench' [Matthew 12:20]. Other definitions include: quenched, gone out, to put out or extinguish. Associated spellings/words: sbhnnumi."

sapnas - "Definitions: dream (Lithuanian). Associated spellings/words: sapnuoti, sapnuoja, sapnavo."

Satanas - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Satan' [Matthew 4:10, etc.], [Revelation 20:7]. Associated spellings/words: diabolos."

SPONSOR - "Definitions: one who supports another."

Sat Nam - "Definitions: True (sat) Name (nam); the unspoken, unwritten Name or Word of God, the supreme Creator, lord of the fifth spiritual region, original source of souls; the true spiritual Father. See also Sat Purush [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 464]." (Sanskrit)

s-thenem - "Definitions: to turn back, to turn aside or away, to lead astray. Associated spell- ings/words: s-tenem, s-tenemm ['to lead astray, to mislead, to lose the way']; stenemu ['he who leads astray, he who makes a mistake']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

Stanley - "Definitions: stone clearing." (Old English)

spang - "Definitions: abandon, renounce, leave." (Tibetan)

SPONGE - "Definitions: porous mass."

Spencer - "Definitions: dispenser of provisions." (French)

steng'og - "Definitions: above and below (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: kan mur (Zhang-Zhung)."

s-fent - "Definitions: to to loathe, to be troubled or disgusted at something, to suffer, to endure. Associated spellings/words: sfent ['to slay, to stab, knife, sword, dagger']." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

SPOND /r - "Definitions: pledge, answer. Associated spellings/words: spondeo, spondere, sponsus (Latin); SPONS; SPONTANEOUS ['done, produced, or occuring naturally or without planning']."

SPEND - "Definitions: pay out."

STAND - "Definitions: remain unchanged." Stenit - "Definitions: the name of a serpent on the royal crown." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

stenit - "Definitions:rule, dominion, sovereignty." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egypt- ian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

sthena-t - "Definitions: a thing compared with something else." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

spanda - "2 (mwd) spanda m. throbbing, throb, quiver, pulse, tremor, vibration, motion, activity Ka1v. Ra1jat. BhP.; N. of a S3aiva wk. by Abhinava-gupta." *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon

SPINDLE - "Definitions: shaft around which something turns."

STANDARD - "Definitions: symbolic figure or flag."

Sdm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Sodom' [Genesis 10:19]. Associated spellings/words: sedome."

stm - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'pierced'. Associated spellings/ words: setum."

STEM - "Definitions: main upright part of a plant; derive."

stamm - "Definitions: tribe." (German)

satam - "Definitions: a hundred." (Sanskrit)

zab mo - "Definitions: deep, profound." (Tibetan)

STIMULUS - "Definitions: something that stimulates."

STIMULATE - "Definitions: make active."

STAMINA - "Definitions: endurance."

SEDIMENT - "Definitions: settled material. Associated spellings/words: sedere."

STAMMER - "Definitions: hesitate in speaking." STAMP - "Definitions: impress with a mark."

STUMP - "Definitions: part left when something is cut off; confuse."

spr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'book' [Genesis 5:1], [Exodus 17:4; 24:7; 32:32, 33]; 'letters' [2 Kings 10:1]; 'letter' [2 Kings 10:6]. Other definitions include: year, time, number, 'numerical emanation', duration, world, space. Associated spellings/words: seper, sephar, sefer, cepher, cipher."

spr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tell' [Genesis 15:5], [Psalm 145:6]; 'number' [Genesis 15:5]. Other definitions include: numbered, declare. Associated spellings/words: sawfar."

spr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'goodly' [Genesis 49:21]. Other definitions include: pleasing. Associated spellings/words: saper, shepher."

sbr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'break' [Genesis 19:10]; 'broken' [Jonah 1:4]; hurt. Associated spellings/words: shabar."

str - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hid' [Genesis 4:14], [Exodus 3:6, etc.]; 'absent' [Genesis 31:49]; 'close' [Numbers 5:13, etc.]; 'hide' [Deuteronomy 7:20, etc.]; 'secret' [Deuteronomy 29:29], [Job 14:13]. Associated spellings/words: cathar."

stl - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'plant'. Associated spellings/ words: ntha, nta."

sabr - "Definitions: patience." (Arabic)

STAR - "Definitions: celestial body visible as a point of light. Associated spellings/words: stern, aster, astron; izar ['star'] (Basque)."

STIR - "Definitions: move slightly. Associated spellings/words: sturn."

sapel - "Definitions: humble." (Hebrew)

SPEAR - "Definitions: strike or pierce with a spear."

SPELL - "Definitions: write; mean; period of time."

SPILL - "Definitions: act of spilling."

STARE - "Definitions: look intently with wide-open eyes."

STEER - "Definitions: direct the course of, guide."

STAIR - "Definitions: step in a series. Associated spellings/words: stair ['history'] (Gaelic)."

STORE - "Definitions: put aside for future use."

STILL - "Definitions: motionless. Associated spellings/words: still ['quiet'] (German)."

SEVERE - "Definitions: existing apart; strict, allowing no evasion or compromise."

SPHERE /r - "Definitions: ball, sphere. Associated spellings/words: sphaira (Greek); spur ['city'] (Etruscan)."

CIPHER - "Definitions: '[....] Cipher is the Arabic "cifron," and means empty, a translation of the Sanscrit name of nought "synya," ... [....]' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D. Vol. I [1999 edition], pp. 360-361). Associated spellings/words: cypher, sipher, sifr ['zero'] (Arabic); safira ['be empty'] (Arabic)."

SUPPLE - "Definitions: soft, yielding; pliant, flexible; compliant, able to bend easily. Associated spellings/words: sub + plic ['bend']."

SETTLE - "Definitions: come to rest."

SPRAY - "Definitions: branch or arrangement of flowers, mist."

SPLAY - "Definitions: spread out. Associated spellings/words: zabal ['wide'] (Basque)."

STRAY - "Definitions: wander from a course or herd."

Sblh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'burdens' [Exodus 1:11; 2:11; 5:4, 5; 6:6, 7]. Associated spellings/words: sebalah."

stele - "Definitions: sculputured upright slab (Greek). Associated spellings/words: stela (Greek); stella ['star'] (Latin)."

sparha - "Definitions: 'desirable' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: sparham ['that is desirable']."
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

sefira - "Definitions: to count." (Hebrew) zabala - "(mwd) zabala - mf(%{A} , or %{I})n. (also written %{zavala}; cf. %{zabara} above) variegated, brindled, dappled, spotted (in RV. x, 14, 10 applied to the two four- eyed watch-dogs of Yama) RV. &c. &c.; variegated by i.e. mixed or provided or filled with (instr. or comp.) Ka1v. Sarvad.; disfigured, disturbed BhP. (see comp.); m. a variegated colour W.; N. of a serpent-demon MBh.; of a man (v.l. for %{zabara}) Cat.; (%{A}) or (%{I}) f. see below; n. water (cf. %{zabara}) W.; a partic. religious observance of the Buddhists ib." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

stilla - "Definitions: a small drop." (Latin)

sthala - "Definitions: a particular holy place." (Sanskrit)

stri - "Definitions: woman." (Sanskrit)

Sabrina - "The name of a princess in Celtic legend who was supposedly drown in the River Severn."

SPRING - "Definitions: move or shoot up quickly."

STRING - "Definitions: line of twisted threads, series."

STREAM - "Definitions: flow of water on land."

STREAK - "Definitions: mark of a different color."

STREET - "Definitions: thoroughfare."

Stromkarl - "Literally, riverman; spirit of a waterfall; water spirit; musician." (Scandinavian Mythology)

STORY - "Definitions: narrative, report."

Satori - "Definitions: the experience of enlightenment." (Japanese)

SUPPLY - "Definitions: help, succour, complete, supplement; make up for, compensate; fulfill; furnish. Associated spellings/words: sub + plere ['fill']."

STEREO /r - "Definitions: solid. Associated spellings/words: stereos (Greek)."

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

zdravo - "Definitions: hi." (Bosnian)

spiloo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'defileth' [James 3:6]; 'spotted' [Jude 1:23]. Other definitions include:to contaminate or stain. Associated spellings/ words: spilow."

Zephyrus - "One of the winds; said to produce flowers and fruits by the sweetness of his breath. He was suppose to be the same as the west wind." (Greek Mythology)

Sblvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for Jacob's 10th son, 'Zebulun', [Genesis 30:20]: And Leah said: God hath endued me with a good dowry; now will my husband dwell with me, because I have borne him six sons: And she called his name Zebulun. Jacob's 6th sibling conceived by Leah."

sprul sku - "Definitions: incarnation." (Tibetan)

Sat Lok - "Definitions: True (sat) Region (lok); another name for Sach Khand [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 464]. Associated spellings/words: Sat Desh." (Sanskrit)

SPLASH - "Definitions: scatter a liquid on."

STRESS - "Definitions: pressure or strain that tends to distort a body."

stauros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'cross' [Matthew 10:38, etc.]. Other definitions include: pole. Associated spellings/words: spoudh; spoudazo."

satelles - "Definitions: attendant." (Latin)

sadrsa - "Definitions: like, similar." (Sanskrit)

Sparsha - "Definitions: contact; the 6th Nidana." (Sanskrit)

sterizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'set' [Luke 9:51]; 'fixed' [Luke 16:26]. Other definitions include: firmly fastened, stablish, established, streng- then. Associated spellings/words: sthrizw."

sprin - "Definitions: cloud." (Tibetan)

cifron - "Definitions: '* A Kabalist would be rather inclined to believe that as the Arabic cifron was taken from the Indian synya, nought, so the Jewish Kabalistic Sephiroth (Sephrim) were taken from the word cipher, not in the sense of emptiness but the reverse - that of creation by number and degrees in their evolution. And the Sephiroth are 10 ... [....]" (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D. Vol. I [1999 edition], p. 361 [*footnote]).

STRAIN - "Definitions: exert to the utmost; filter."

speirein - "Definitions: to sow (Greek). Associated spellings/words: sperm, spore."

strenos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'delicacies' [Revelation 18:3]. Other definitions include: sensual. Associated spellings/words: strhnos." sternon - "Definitions: breast." (Greek)

SPRING - "Definitions: move or shoot up quickly. Associated spellings/words: springan (Old English)."

STRONG - "Definitions: healthy."

splanchna - "Definitions: bowels, vital inner organs (Greek). Associated spellings/words: splagchnon (Greek)."

STRENGTH - "Definitions: quality of being strong."

STRAND - "Definitions: twisted fiber of rope." Sterling - "Definitions: little star." (Middle English)

SUPPLANT - "Definitions: take the place of."

SPLENDOR - "Definitions: brilliance, magnificence."

sperma - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'seed' [Matthew 13:24]. Other definitions include: seeds, offspring, descendants. Associated spellings/words: sphrma; zra, zera ['offspring'] (Hebrew)."

SUPPLEMENT - "Definitions: something that adds to or makes up for a lack. Associated spellings/ words: supplere ['supply']."

SEVERAL - "Definitions: existing apart; distinct. Associated spellings/words: separ ['seperate']."

SPRIG - "Definitions: small shoot or twig."

SPARK - "Definitions: smallest beginning or germ."

sprach - "Definitions: speech (German). Associated spellings/words: spreche, sprich, gesprochen, spruch."

stearc - "Definitions: severe, rough." (Anglo-Saxon)

spragizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'sealing' [Matthew 27:66]; 'seal' [John 3:33], [Revelation 20:3]; 'sealed' [John 6:27]; 'stop' [2 Corinthians 11:10]; 'seal up' [Revelation 10:4]; 'Seal' [Revelation 22:10]. Other definitions include: seal of approval. Associated spellings/words: sphragizo."

streccan - "Definitions: stretch; straight." (Anglo-Saxon)

splagchnizomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'compassion' [Matthew 9:36, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: splagxnizomai; splagxnon; splanchna ['inner organs']."

splagchnon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'tender' [Luke 1:78]; 'bowels' [Acts 1:18]; 'inward affection' [2 Corinthians 7:15]. Other definitions include: seat of emotions. Associated spellings/words: splagxnon; splanchna ['inner organs']; splanchnizomai ['compassion']."

STRUGGLE - "Definitions: strenuous effort."

STRICT - "Definitions: severe and unyielding, precise."

STRUCT /r - "Definitions: build. Associated spellings/words: structus, struere (Latin); STRU; STRUCTURE ['building']."

SPURT - "Definitions: burst of effort." SPORT - "Definitions: frolic."

SPLIT - "Definitions: divide lengthwise or along a grain."

Strap - "Definitions: fastening strip."

START - "Definitions: leap, jump; sudden move, twitch or jerk; break away; set out; cause to move."

strafe - "Definitions: street." (German)

SPIRIT - "Definitions: essence of God."

SPROUT - "Definitions: send out new growth."

SPREAD - "Definitions: open up or unfold."

STRAIT - "Definitions: tight, narrow; strict; rigourous; limited in extent; narrow place; narrow waterway."

SUPPORT - "Definitions: endure, tolerate; strengthen the position of; furnish sustenance for; keep from failing. Associated spellings/words: sub + portare ['carry']." Sat Desh." (Sanskrit)

sefirot - "Definitions: the plural form of sefirah [to count]; number; 'numerical emanation'; emanations of the Ain-Soph; Tree of Life (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: sefira, spr. See: CIPHER."

Sefiroth - "[....] The Sefiroth are understood as abstract entities through which all change in the universe takes place. A point that is rarely considered, however, is that they are composite figures with two-fold aspects. In their first aspect they stand as vehicles through which change and transformation take place, & in this aspect they are symbolized as 'vessels'. In their second aspect they represent what is eternally constsnt or unchangeable, & in this aspect they are symbolized by light. The manifestation of the divine power of the En-Sof as light takes on different qualities or 'colors' as it is captured by & passes through each of the Sefiroth acting in their role as vessels. The quality of each Sefirah is thought of as a translucent colored glass vessel. At the same time, the Sefiroth are themselves vessels made of light; that is, the quality of their light although originally derived from the En-Sof is dynamically different. [....]" [Based on: Kabbalah (Original Copyright 1973), Charles Ponce, Second Quest edition, 1980, p. 101 & 103]

STRAIGHT - "Definitions: having no bends, turns, or twists."

SATURATE - "Definitions: soak or charge thoroughly."

SEPARATE - "Definitions: set or keep apart."

staretz - "Definitions: spiritual adept."

strateuo - "Definitions: to serve as a soldier. Associated spellings/words: strathuomai ['soldiers']." (Greek)

stlatus - "Definitions: broad, broaden."

Siphrah Dzeniouta - "Definitions: 'The most ancient Hebrew document on occult learning.' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1)."

STRATOSPHERE - "Definitions: layer of atmosphere located about ten miles above the troposphere. Associated spellings/words: stratum, sternere ['spread']."

STRATUM - "Definitions: layer."

strateuomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'soldiers' [Luke 3:14]. Other definitions include: war, warreth, warfare. Associated spellings/words: strathuomai; strateuo ['to serve as a soldier']."

STRETCH - "Definitions: spread or reach out. Associated spellings/words: strekkan."

SATURDAY - "Definitions: older 1st Roman day name; older 7th Roman day name. Associated spellings/words: Saterdaeg (Anglo-Saxon); Dies Saturni ['Day of Saturn'] (Latin); Dies Sabbati; Sabbatum."

STRATEGY - "Definitions: carefully worked out plan of action."

Spartacus - "Thracian slave who lead a short-lived uprising against the Roman government in 73 B.C."

spk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sheddeth' [Genesis 9:6]. Other definitions include: pour. Associated spellings/words: shaphak."

sbk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'thicket' [Genesis 22:13], 'thick' [Psalm 74:5]. Associated spellings/words: sebawk."

sbch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'praise' [Psalm 145:4]. Other definitions include: laud. Associated spellings/words: shabach."

stq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'calm' [Jonah 1:11]. Other definitions include: quiet, ceaseth. Associated spellings/words: shathaq."

SPEC /r - "Definitions: watch, see, observe. Associated spellings/words: spectare, specto (Latin); SPECT, SPECTRO; SPECULATE ['think about things yet unknown']; SPECTACLE ['impressive public display']; SPECTACULAR ['sensational or showy']; SPECTATOR ['one who looks on']; specere ['look at']."

schh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bowed' [Genesis 18:2]. Associated spellings/words: stch?."

stag - "Definitions: tiger." (Tibetan)

stoc - "Definitions: place, hamlet (Anglo-Saxon); in the Gaelic and German it suggests a 'stump' or loggers' camp."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html - [T.D. - 07/06/08]

SPACE - "Definitions: period of time. Associated spellings/words: SPACIOUS ['large or roomy']."

sefex - "Definitions: numeral seven, 7 (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: sefek."

SPECK - "Definitions: tiny particle or blemish."

sabak - "Definitions: ink." (Mayan)

Zadok - "Definitions: the high priest of David's time from whom the priesthood of the Captivity and later periods claimed to be descended (Old Testament). Associated spellings/words: tsdq."

sthag - "Definitions: to conceal (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: thag, thug."

STAGE - "Definitions: storey, floor; staion, position; raised floor, theater, step in a process."

STAKE - "Definitions: small post driven into the ground."

STACK - "Definitions: pile, heap."

STICK - "Definitions: branch, stab, attach."

STOCK - "Definitions: trunk, stem; supporting structure; frame of timber for punishment; hollow receptacle; massive portion of an instrument; line of decent; quantity."

SAVAGE - "Definitions: that is in a state of nature; of wild or unrestrained behavior; uncivilized; furiously angry. Associated spellings/words: silva ['wood, forest']."

spka - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'maidservents' [Genesis 12:16]; 'handmaid' [Genesis 16;1]. Associated spellings/words: shiphchah."

sadhaka - "Definitions: devotee." (Tibetan Buddhism)

satogun - "Definitions: the quality or attribute of rhythm, harmony and truth [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465]. Other definitions include: sattwa." (Sanskrit)

satkunyam - "1. aggregate of six qualities; 2. the six attributes of the supreme being; 3. the six kinds of political expedients of a king" (Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon) *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Satguru - "Definitions: true (sat) spiritual teacher (Guru); perfect Master; true light-giver; a Master who has access to the fifth spiritual region (Sach Khand). A Satguru teaches utmost humility, truth and compassion, earns his own living, and never charges for his teachings [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 464]." (Sanskrit)

s-theken - "Definitions: to penetrate." (Based on: Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hiero- glyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2)

STAGNANT - "Definitions: not moving or active."

STAIR - "Definitions: flight of steps, step in a series. Associated spellings/words: staeger (OE), steiger ['scaffolding, quay'] (M.L. German, M. Dutch); stair ['history'] (Gaelic)."

SPECIAL - "Definitions: exceeding what is usual or common; particularly favored. Associated spellings/words: species; SPECIALIZE ['concentrate one's efforts']."

STAGGER - "Definitions: overlap or alternate. Associated spellings/words: staighre ['stair(s)'] (Gaelic)."

zbkt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'sacrifice' [Exodus 20.24]. Associated spellings/words: zabach."

SPECTRUM - "Definitions: series of colors. Associated spellings/words: spectre ['ghost; look at'] (Latin)."

SPECIFIC - "Definitions: definite or exact. Associated spellings/words: SPECIFICATION ['item specified']."

sbb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'compasseth' [Genesis 2:11, etc.]; 'compassed' & 'round' [Genesis 19:4, etc.]; 'about' [Genesis 42:24], [Exodus 13:18, etc.]; 'turn' [Numbers 34:4, etc.]; 'remove' [Numbers 36:7, 9]; 'carried' [1 Samuel 5:8, etc.]; 'circuit' [1 Samuel 7:16]. Associated spellings/words: saw-bab. Query: SBN."

sbt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rested' [Genesis 2:2, 3]; 'cease' [Genesis 8:22]. Other definitions include: rest, put away, lacking, celebrate, rid, ceased, ceaseth, still, fail. Associated spellings/words: sabat, sabbath, shabath."

spth - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'judge' [Genesis 16:5; 18:25]; 'reason' [1 Samuel 12:7]; 'plead' [Ezekiel 20:35, 36]; 'execute' [Zechariah 8:16]. Associated spellings/words: shaphat, sapat; dyn ['judge'] (Late Hebrew)."

sbth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'sceptre' [Genesis 49:10], [Psalm 45:6], [Isaiah 14:15, etc.]; 'tribes' [Genesis 49:16, 28], [1 Kings 8:16; 28:21; 39:14], [Exodus 24:4], [Numbers 24:2, etc.], [Psalm 105:37; 122:4, etc.]; 'rod' [Exodus 21:20], [Leviticus 27:32], [Job 9:34], [Psalm 2:9; 23:4; 74:2; 89:32], [Proverbs 10:13; 13:24; 228, 15; 23:13, etc.]; 'tribe' [Numbers 4:18; 18:2]; 'Sceptre' [Numbers 24:17]; 'pen' [Judges 5:14]; 'darts' [2 Samuel 18:14]; 'staff' [2 Samuel 23:21], [1 Chronicles 11:23]; 'correction' [Job 37:13]. Associated spellings/words: sebet, shebet."

spat - "Definitions: late." (German)

SIFT - "Definitions: pass through a sieve; examine carefully. Associated spellings/words: siftan."

SPOT - "Definitions: moral stain; small roundish mark; small piece or particle; small plot or area. Associated spellings/words: spot, spotti, splott ['spot, plot of land']."

SPIT - "Definitions: meat holding rod; point of land running into the water; eject."

STEP - "Definitions: lift the foot and put it down; proceed on foot; fix (a mast, ect.) in its step; degree, rank, or stage."

STAB - "Definitions: quick thrust."

STUB - "Definitions: stump; short end or section, strike against something."

STOP - "Definitions: fill up, close, plug; bring to a stand or halt. Associated spellings/ words: stoppen, stopfon."

sapad - "Definitions: to mourn, wail." (Hebrew)

STAFF - "Definitions: rod or supporting cane. Associated spellings/words: stap, stab."

STIFF - "Definitions: tense."

STUFF - "Definitions: personal property. Associated spellings/words: estoffe."

STATE - "Definitions: condition of being. Associated spellings/words: STATUS ['relative situation or condition']."

Shayba - "Definitions: Arabic-Aramaean title of the Great Goddess. Shayba was the Old Woman whose spirit dwealt in the sacred stone of the Kaaba in Mecca."

shebay - "Definitions: at rest (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: sab sob ['inconsistent; hesitant'] (Tibetan)."

Shebat - "Definitions: 'Mesopotamian Moon Goddess'." *Link: http://www.themystica.com/mystica/articles/s/shayba.html

stadt - "Definitions: city (German). Associated spellings/words: stad ['stop'] (Gaelic)."

shabd - "Definitions: Word or Sound; spiritual sound; audible life stream; sound current. The creative power, the source of all creation, which manifests as sound and light in the spiritual regions. It is the Word or Logos of the Bible; Kalma, Isme-i-Asm, Bang-i- Asmani, or Kalma-Ilahi of the Koran; the Nad of the Vedas; Nam, Ram Nam, Gurbani, Bani, and Dhun of the Adi Granth; the Tao of the Chinese; Vadan and the Saut-i-Surmad of the Sufis. The Zoroastrians call it Shraosha, and it is known by many other names. The secret of hearing the Shabd within oneself can be imparted only by a true Master (Satguru) [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465]. Associated spellings/words: shabda; nam; nad, nada." (Sanskrit)

Shabda - Definitions: [....] 'Eckankar is based on the concept of Shabda a Sanskrit term translated variously as "unstruck sound", "audible life stream", or "sound current" [....]. [Based on: http://www.om-guru.com/html/saints/twitchell01.html] - [T.D. 01/07/07]

Shabat - "Definitions: the Jewish day of rest, identified as the seventh day of the week (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Sabbath."

Shebat - "Definitions: eleventh exilic Hebrew month name; January - February. Associated spellings/words: Shabatu ['11th Akkadian month name']."

SEDATE - "Definitions: settle, assuage, calm. Associated spellings/words: sedere ['settle']."

satata - "3 (cap) satata - (adj. ---) continual; n. & --- adv. continually, incessantly, always, ever; w. {naM} never." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

STATUE - "Definitions: sculptured likness of a being."

sabattu - "Definitions: day of rest (Babylonian). Associated spellings/words: sabbath, shavuot ['weeks'] (Hebrew)."

Shabatu - "Definitions: eleventh Akkadian month name; January - February. Associated spellings/ words: Shebat ['11th exilic Hebrew month name']."

stethos - "Definitions: chest." (Greek)

Stephen - "Definitions: crown. Associated spellings/words: stephanos ['crown'] (Greek)."

Sabbaton - "Definitions: Saturday." (Greek) Shabd-dhun - "Definitions: Music (Dhun) of the Word (shabd); the Shabd; the audible life stream [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465]."

stephanos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'crown' [Matthew 27:29]. Other definitions include: crowns. Associated spellings/words: sthpanos."

sattvam - "Definitions: being, essence; creature." (Sanskrit)

stathol - "Definitions: prop, frame; sapling (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: staddle."

Sat Purush - "Definitions: True or eternal (sat) being (purush); supreme being; God: lord of the fifth spiritual region. See also: Sat Nam [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 464]." (Sanskrit)

Sat Desh - "Definitions: true (sat) Home or Region (desh); another name for Sach Khand [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 464]. Associated spellings/words Sat Lok." (Sanskrit)

shabds - "Definitions: hymns; paragraphs or stanzas of sacred texts put to music; often sung by a singer (pathi) accompying a discourse at satsang. These are external sounds, as opposed to inner Sound (Shabd) [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th print- ing, 1997, p. 465]."

STATISTIC - "Definitions: single item of statistics."

STATION - "Definitions: place of duty."

STATEMENT - "Definitions: something stated."

Shabd marg - "Definitions: the path (marg) of the Word (Shabd); the path of Shabd Yoga, the path of the saints [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 465]."

shat-dal - "Definitions: daughter of Kali."

SPATIAL - "Definitions: relating to space."

STATURE - "Definitions: height."

SPUTTER - "Definitions: spit out in small pieces, talk hastily."

spatalao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pleasure' [1 Timothy 5:6]; 'wanton' [James 5:5]. Other definitions include: to live luxuriously. Associated spellings/words: spatalaw."

Spitters - "Definitions: among the Bumugi of the Philippine Islands, a class of deified spirits who wait for the souls of the newly dead."

ESTABLISH - "Definitions: settle, set up and settle; bring into existence. estabir, stabilis."

STATIC - "Definitions: relating to bodies or forces at rest."

SUFFICIENT - "Definitions: adequate. Associated spellings/words: sub + facere ['do']."

SABOTAGE - "Definitions: deliberate destruction or hampering." Sthapatya-Veda - "Definitions: architecture." (Sanskrit)


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