Approximate number of words in sound group U = 750.  

1.)  In this dictionary, the phrase associated spellings/words is a gross generalization. Words following this phrase may or may not be related to the initial word and definition (s) preceding it. .... http://mirrorh.com/notes.htm

                           U, V, W, O 

U - "Mirror History" dictionary designates letter U to signify the third of ten descending sound groups that define its alphabetical order. Letters inhabiting this group include: U, and O [when long], W, & V [depending on language]. Theoretical definitions for sound group U include: Point Within a Circle, Child, Universe, Numeral 2. [Etznab Mathers]

U - "Reported glyphs thought to represent U include: a capital Y-like shape; a folded ships sail; a circle and staff shape [oar]; an upside-down h-like shape; a verticle line with a little curve at top; a verticle line with a tiny circle at top; a U shape; a V shape; a downward spiral shape; a [baby?] chicken; a wilted flower [lotus]; an arched or bent over string with a loop tied at the bottom. Trivia: U was carved by the Romans as V, and is still represented this way on modern buildings. U and V were interchangable until the 1500's, first being differentiated on the continent, and then later in England in the 1600's, though V was sometimes used until as late as the 1700's. Associated spellings/words: V, W, 0, F."

U - "Definitions: the moon; bottom, valley, abyss (Naga-Maya). Associated spellings/words: u ['he, she'] (Mayan)."

U - "The Hungarian runic symbol reportedly shows the torso of a man. The word UR in Hungarian means lord, master."

U - "Definitions: 'sleep'; 'name of the level of consciousness in which dreaming occurs'.
*Link: http://swamij.com/om.htm [T.D. - 05/27/07]

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

u - "A cuneiform prefix used before plant names; to nourish, support; sleep, to sleep; ten." (Sumerian)

V - "The sixth letter [Vav] in the Hebrew alphabet. The common symbolic meaning for Vav is a hook. When prefixed to a word, V generally means 'and'. Other meanings attributed to V include: however, if, yet, then, that, but only, when, particularly, with, different, namely, again. V is used as a common prefix of conjunction in the Hebrew language that links words and phrases to form sentences; joins sentences into paragraphs and chapters; connects one chapter to another; and even unites books. When V is prefixed to a verb in scripture, it changes the tense from past to future, orvice versa. Some examples include: ydbr [he will speak] / vydbr [he spoke]; hyh [was] / vhyh [will be]; yhy [will be] / vyhy [was]. When V [with a dot] is suffixed to a word, it means 'of them,' and 'they'. Among Jewish scholars the letter V is also believed to suggest: completeness and timelessness. Associated spellings/words: u; b."

V - "The Hungarian runic symbol for V looks like a V wedge from an axe cut. Interestingly many archaic M sounds have become V sounds in Hungarian. The letter M looks like this symbol."

V - "V is closely related to U. The two uppercase forms were used interchangably until the 1700's."

F - "Glyphs believed to signify F include: a verticle staff with two short projections [the Runic symbol]. Meanings attributed to F include: an oar. Trivia: The letter F is related to both P and U. By some scholars, F is believed to represent the evolved form of Vav [Y], or U. History: Before it was dropped, F was the original sixth letter in the Greek alphabet. Reportedly, F originated from the Pheonician Vav which was adapted by the Greeks and then dropped from the alphabet in the 7th century B.C. The Etruscans borrowed their F from the Greeks and altered it into a symbol similar to our 8. The 8 appears in the early Latin as the digraph F8 and was later simplified F."

W - "W is a latecomer to the alphabet, first descended from the Semitic letter Vau, which was also the origin of the letters F, U, V and Y. The W form did not appear at all in antiquity. Instead the Greeks used F or digamma for their W sound. This was later changed into the consonantal U, then into the V. W didn't come into full use until 700 A.D. after the Anglo-Saxon invasion, when the runic alphabet became the alphabet of Britain."

O - "Glyphs thought to represent O include: a circle, a circle with a dot in the center, an eye, with or without pupil [oyin, ayin]; a U shape; a V shape. Trivia: Reportedly, O descended from the Semitic ayin which meant the word eye in Phoenician and used it as the vowel omnicron in their early alphabet. The Ionian alphabet replaced the O for omega, placing it at the end of their alphabet."

O - "The Hungarian runic symbol reportedly shows the sideview of a nose, called OR. Or can also mean a peak, point."

O - "Definitions: awakened consciousness." (Mayan)

O - "Definitions: big; exact middle, center (Japanese). Associated spellings/words: O ['five, 5'] (Korean); ue ['on top of'] (Japanese)."

e [e2] - "Definitions: kou [o2] ('mouth') + wo [o3] ('self'). General meanings include: v. recite. Associated spellings/words: o [o2] ('Oh!')." (Chinese)

wh - "Definitions: a pronominal suffix (Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: vh, uh."

wa - "Definitions: affix wa- = women. (Ashanti / Akan)."

wa - "Definitions: Strong Pressing; Fire: A fire is made by firmly pressing a wooden rod down onto a wooden board and spinning the rod with a bow drill." (Hebrew)

wa [a1] - "Definitions: xue [e4] ('enclosure made by removing dirt; cave, hole') + yan [a4] ('ideograph representing bird's call; swallow') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. hollow, hole." (Chinese)

wa [a1] - "Definitions: shou [o3] ('hand') + wa [a1] ('hole') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. dig, excavate, gouge. Associated spellings/words: wajue [e2] (v. 'excavate')." (Chinese)

wa [a1] - "Definitions: hui [u3] ('insect') + gui [u1] ('land doubled; feudal lands') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. frog." (Chinese)

wa [a1] - "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + gui [u1] ('land doubled; feudal lands') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. pool." (Chinese)

wa [a1] - "Definitions: xue [e4] ('hole') + wa [a1] ('pool; water') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. deep; n. hole. Associated spellings/words: wadi [a1i4] (n. 'marshland')." (Chinese)

wa [a2] - "Definitions: nu [u3] ('woman') + gui [u1] ('pland doubled; feudal lands') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. baby. Associated spellings/words: wawa [a2] (n. 'baby')." (Chinese)

wa [a3] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent interlocking roof tiles. General meanings include: tile." (Chinese)

wa [a4] - "Definitions: yi [i1] ('clothing') + mie [e4] ('tired vision, disdain') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. baby. Associated spellings/words: meishi [e4-2i4] (v. 'despise, disdain, disregard')." (Chinese)

Va - "Definitions: a symbolic sound for water." (Hindu Mythology)

va - "Definitions: to blow; enclictic particle meaning 'or' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: vah ['to transport, to use']."

Ve - "Definitions: 'sanctuary, temple, awe; poetry'." (Norse)
*Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjGejvGB4dQ&feature=related

Ve - "One of Odin's two brothers who helped to kill the giant Ymir." (Teutonic Mythology)

vi - "22 (otl) vi 03 1. heaven; 2. bird; 3. wind; 4. eye; 5. direction; 6. beauty; prefix signifying privation, opposition, change, abundance, etc" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vI - "04 1. ruin, destruction; 2. death; 3. separation, removal; 4. drooping; languishing; 5. flower; 6. pollen" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vi - "8 (mwd) vi 2 n. an artificial word said to be = %{anna} S3Br." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vi - "9 (mwd) vi 3 ind. (prob. for an original %{dvi}, meaning`" in two parts "'; and opp. to %{sam} q.v.) apart, asunder, in different directions, to and fro, about, away, away from, off, without RV. &c. &c. In RV. it appears also as a prep. with acc. denoting `" through "' or `" between "' (with ellipse of the verb e.g. i, 181, 5; x, 86, 20 &c.) It is esp. used as a prefix to verbs or nouns and other parts of speech derived from verbs , to express `" division "' , `" distinction "' , `" distribution "' , `" arrange- ment "' , `" order "' , `" opposition "', or`" deliberation "' (cf. %{vi-bhid}, %{-ziS}, %{-dhA}, %{-rudh}, %{-car}, with their nominal derivatives) ; sometimes it gives a meaning opposite to the idea contained in the simple root (e.g. %{krI} ,`" to buy "'; %{vi-krI}, `" to sell "'), or it intensifies that idea (e.g. %{hiMs}, `" to injure "'; %{vi-hiMs}, `" to injure severely "'). [....]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vI - "11 (mwd) vI 2 mfn. going to, eager for, desirous or fond of (gen.) RV. i, 143, 5 (cf. %{deva-vI4}, %{pada-vI4}); set in motion (see %{parNa-v-}); m. the act of going, motion L." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

wei [e1] - "Definitions: wei [e2] ('person atop a cliff; danger') - phonetic + jie [e2] ('kneeling person'). General meanings include: n. danger. Associated spellings/words: weihai [e2a4] (v. 'endanger'); weiji [e2i1] (n. 'crisis'); weixian [e2a3] (adj. 'dangerous')." (Chinese)

wei [e1] - "Definitions: nu [u3] ('woman') + xu [u1] ('wound; kill'). General meanings include: n. fear, awe; authority, might. Associated spellings/words: weili [e1i4] (n. 'force, might'); weiwu [e1u3] (n. 'force, might; adj. forceful. mighty'); weixie [e1e2] (v. 'threaten'); weixin [e1i4] ('prestige, credibility'); ." (Chinese)

wei [e2] - "Definitions: pictograph believed to represent a female monkey - early form shows claws on top. General meanings include: v. do; serve as, act as, be, become. Associated spellings/words: weici [e4i3] (conj. 'for this reason'); weihe [e4e2] (pron. 'why'); weile [e4] (prep. 'for the sake of'); weiren [e2e2] (v. 'behave''); weisheme [1e42e4] (pron. 'why'); weizhi [e2i3] (adv. 'up to. until')." (Chinese)

wei [e2] - "Definitions: pictograph believed to represent a female monkey - early form shows claws on top. General meanings include: v. do; serve as, act as, be, become. Associated spellings/words: weiren [e2e2] (v. 'behave''); ." (Chinese)

wei [e2] - "Definitions: enclosure." (Chinese)

wei [e4] - "Definitions: ren [e2] ('person') + li [i4] ('person standing on a surface'). General meanings person standing in assigned position; position, rank; location, place; a measure word for people." (Chinese)

vay - "Definitions: A strong pressing down on someone bringing despair or hopelessness. Pressure." (Hebrew)

vaya - "Definitions: air; atmosphere; vayu, a Yazad presiding over the atmosphere." (Avesta)

Vayu - "Definitions: Air; the god of the wind and atmosphere; the breath of life which sprang from the breath of Purusa (Vedic Mythology). Associated spellings/words: vata ['wind']; Vahu ['wind God'] (Iranian); vayu tattva ['shadow world'] (Tibetan Buddhism)."

Vahu - "Iranian name for the Vedic Vayu [the 'wind god' or 'breath of life'] later associated with Zurvan."

Vav - "Sixth letter in the Hebrew alphabet. The modern form of Vav shows a verticle staff with a leftward-facing small appendage at top, which resembles the old Phoenician letter 'U' [a verticle staff with a u-like shape attached at top left, or an upside-down leftward- facing small h-like shape]. Meanings attributed to V include: hook, nail; doorknob; hearing; liberty; the 6th letter [2nd Elemental] in the Hebrew alphabet; the 5th ['God divided between the light and darkness'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Vau, Waw."

Wi - "The all-knowing Dakota [Sioux] spirit of the sun. The father of the peace-goddess Whope. According to Lakota legend, Skan [sky] created Wi [light]." (Native American)

wi - "Definitions: traditional prophets." (Burmese)

vi - "Definitions: away from, apart; separate from; different from, exclusive of; contrary to." (Avestan)

oi - "Definitions: love, want." (Hakka)

wie - "Definitions: how." (German)

vay - "A strong pressing down on someone bringing despair or hopelessness. Pressure." (Hebrew)

way - "Definitions: companion spirit." (Mayan)

wai [a1] - "Definitions: bu [u4] ('not') + zheng [e4] ('straight'). General meanings include: adj. crooked, askew. Associated spellings/words: waiqu [a1u1] (v. 'distort, twist; adj. distorted'); waixie [a1e2] (adj. 'crooked, askew')." (Chinese)

wai [a1] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + gua [a3] ('pictograph of a skull and vertebrae') - phonetic. General meanings include: twisted mouth." (Chinese)

wai [a4] - "Definitions: bu [u3] ('pictograph of cracks in tortoise shells; v. foretell, divine') + xi [i4] ('crescent moon; evening, dusk') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. outside; adj. foreign. Associated spellings/words: waibian [a4-2a1] (n. 'outside')." (Chinese)

wahy - "Definitions: inspiration, revelation." (Arabic)

vya - "The pressing together of soil by God to form man; Man." (Hebrew)

via - "Definitions: way." (Latin)

uya - "Definitions: face." (Quechua)

wia (why) - "Definitions: hello [V]." (Chinese)

VIV /r - "Definitions: alive, life. Associated spellings/words: vivus, vita (Latin); VIVI; VITA; vivo ['alive'] (Spanish)."

Ohio - "Definitions: beautiful." (Native American) uios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'son' [Mark 1:11, 2:10, Etc.]. Associated spellings/words: huios."

Vivasvat - "In the Rig-Veda, he was believed to have married Tvastar's daughter Saranyu, the sister of Trisiras ['three-headed'] and begot the twins Yama and Yami." (Vedic Mythology)

Vivasvan - "Definitions: the Sun God who married Samjna, the daughter of Vishvakarma, the celestial architect." (Hindu Mythology)

violet - "Definitions: purple (German). Associated spellings/words: viola (Latin)."

vivek - "Definitions: discrimination; searching inquiry, careful study, as the first step on the path of the Masters [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 468] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: bibek."

uiothhsia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'adoption' [Romans 8:15]. Other definitions include: sonship; full rights of sons. Associated spellings/words: huiothesia."

vis - "Definitions: to be, to become; to pierce, to enter, to touch; to agree, accept, approve, comply, assent; to receive; to pay attention to, to heed; settlement, clan, village, family, household (Avestan); to pervade (Sanskrit)."

VIS /r - "Definitions: see. Associated spellings/words: visus (Latin); vis ['see'] (Pali)."

wise - "Definitions: direction (Old English). Associated spellings/words: weiss ['white']; ich weiss ['I know']."

WISH - "Definitions: have a desire (for) OE. Associated spellings/words: wyscan = (MLG.), wunschen (MDu.), wonscen, wunscen (OHG.), wunsken (G. wunschen), ON. aeskja :- Gmc. *wunskjan, f. wunska-, -0 (OE. wusc, MDu. wunsc, wonsc, OHG. wunsc (G. wunsch), ON. osk wish), f. *wun- *wen- *wan-; cf. Skr. vanchati wishes ...." (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary of English Etymology, 1996 edition)

vish - "Definitions: to pervade." (Sanskrit)

vish - "Definitions: poison, to sprinkle, to moisten; afar, at a distance (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: vi ['away from, apart; separate from; different from, exclusive of; contrary to']."

GUISE - "Definitions: style, fashion, external appearance. Associated spellings/words: GUIDE ['direct the course of, wayshower']; guier; wise ['direction']; weisen ['indicate, direct']."

wheesh - "Definitions: so much, as much." (Gaelic)

visya - "Definitions: guardian angel of the village; pertaining to the village or borough." (Avestan)

visva - "Definitions: all." (Sanskrit)

Uizhun - "Definitions: one of four rivers flowing out of Eden (Iranian). Associated spellings/words: Pishon (Hebrew / West Semitic), Perath, prt (Old Testament)." *Link: http://www.accuracyingenesis.com/adam.html

visvakarma - "Definitions: the all-Creator." (Sanskrit)

Oisin - "Definitions: little fawn. Son of Fionn." (Celtic Mythology)

weisen - "Definitions: indicate; wise." (German) viSNu - "3 (mwd) viSNu m. (prob. fr. %{viS}, `" All-pervader "' or `" Worker "') N. of one of the principal Hindu1 deities (in the later mythology regarded as `" the preserver "', and with Brahma1 `" the creator "' and S3iva `" the destroyer "', constituting the well-known Tri-mu1rti or triad; [....]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Vishnu - "The traditional Sanskrit explanation of the name Visnu involves the root vis', meaning 'to settle, to enter', or also (in the Rigveda) 'to pervade', and a suffix nu, translating to approximately 'the All-Pervading One'. An early commentator on the Vedas, Yaska, in his Nirukta, defines Vishnu as 'vishnu vishateh; one who enters everywhere', and 'yad vishito bhavati tad vishnurbhavati; that which is free from fetters and bondages is Vishnu.' [....] *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vishnu

Vishnu - "Definitions: wide; the 2nd member of the Hindu trinity known as the supporter, preserver, and protector of the embryo in the whomb. Reportedly, Vishnu's color was blue. Trivia: Only five hymns out of the 1,028 contained in the Rg-veda are addressed to Vishnu, and only in a few other instances is Vishnu mentioned in other hymns. Associated spellings/words: visnu; vinhu; venhu; vin ['sky'] (Tamil)."

vispa - "Definitions: everything; whole, entire." (Avestan)

vahishta - "Definitions: best." (Avestan)

vishuddha - "Definitions: the fifth, or throat nerve-center [Vishuddha-chakra]." (Sanskrit)

vistor - "Definitions: knowing." (Greek) viN - "6 (otl) viN 01 1. sky; 2. heaven; 3. cloud " (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Wyn [W] - "Definitions: Wind-vane; joy, happy medium; attraction; fellowship; the clanic or tribal banner; weather vane; the 8th Rune commonly depicted by a vertical staff with a triangular flag-like appendage at top [resembling a P shape]; last rune in the first aett (Runic). Associated spellings/words: wunjo ['joy']; winja ['pasture']; wynn ['pleasure, delight']; vend ['joy, hope']."

Wine - "Definitions: friend." (Old English / Teutonic)

winne - "Definitions: white (Celtic). Associated spellings/words: wynne, gwyn."

wahine - "Definitions; woman." (Hawaiian)

vina - "Definitions: whistle. Associated spellings/words: bina."

vina - "Definitions: a stringed musical instrument, perhaps the oldest of the classical musical instruments in India, said to be the forerunner of sitar .... [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 467] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/ words: veena, bina, beena."

vinu - "1 (mwd) vinu A1. %{-navate}, to go or spread in different directions RV. x , 22 , 9. " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

oinos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'wine' [Matthew 9:17]. Other defin- itions include: compassion, pity. Associated spellings/words: oinophlogia ['drunken- ness']."

Venus - "Definitions: second planet from the Sun. Associated spellings/words: Venus (Latin); Aphrodite (Greek); Ishtar (Babylonian); Inanna (Sumerian); Ansata; Ankh ['a looped cross - the symbol of the triumph of spirit over bodily matter] (Egyptian); Libitina."

vinase - "Definitions: to disappear, to utterly destroy [annihilate]." (Avestan)

Winona - "Definitions: firstborn." (Native American)

weinen - "Definitions: cry." (German)

ONION - "Definitions: plant grown for its pungent edible bulb. Associated spellings/words: unyon (ME.), union (AN.), oignon (Old French), unionem (Latin)."

oiomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'suppose' [John 21:25]; 'think' [James 1:7]."

uinal - "Definitions: month (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: wee-noll."

ONLY - "Definitions: solitary; of which there are no others; single (Old English). Associated spellings/words: anlic, aenlic (Old English), einlik (MLG.), aenlice (Old English)."

wing - "Definitions: to assist." (Chinese)

VINC /r - "Definitions: conquer. Associated spellings/words: vincere (Latin)."

winik - "Definitions: man, person (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: wuinic ['to be human'] (Mayan)."

viento - "Definitions: wind." (Spanish)

windan - "Definitions: twist (Old English). Associated spellings/words: *vondr ['wand'] (Old Norse)

oinophlogia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'excess of wine' [1 Peter 4:3]]. Other definitions include: drunkenness. Associated spellings/words: oinos ['wine']."

vayam - "Definitions: personal pronoun; nominative of vayám ['we']." (Vedic)
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

vimAna - "1 (mwd) vimAna - mfn. (m. c.) = %{vi-manas}, dejected, downcast R. - 1." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vimAna - "5 (cap) vimAna - f. {I} 1 measuring, traversing, pervading, esp. the sky. - m. n. sky-chariot (of gods etc.), waggon i.g.; palace, tower; n. extension, measure." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vimanas - "11 (mwd) vimanas - (%{vi4-}) mfn. having a keen or penetrating mind or understand- ing, sagacious RV. x, 82, 2. - 2." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

uaimh na greine - "Definitions: 'the cave of the sun'. A famous Irish underworld dwelling known today as New Grange, in County Meath, Ireland."

Wir - "Definitions: we." (German) vIr - (mwd) vIr "1 (%{vi-Ir} ; only aor. %{vy-airat}), to split, break into pieces, tear open, divide asunder RV.: Caus. %{vI7rayati} (impf. %{vy-airayat}) id. ib." (mwd = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon)
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

vier - "Definitions: four." (German)

wylle - "Definitions: well, spring." (Anglo-Saxon) *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html - [T.D. - 01/10/09]

WHEEL - "Definitions: a circular disc. Associated spellings/words: hweol; kuklos; cakram."

vira - "Definitions: man; brave man, hero; chief." (Sanskrit)

vera - "Definitions: faith." (Slavic)

Vili - "Definitions: 'will, intent; passion'." (Norse)
*Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjGejvGB4dQ&feature=related

Vili - "One of Odin's two brothers who helped to kill the giant Ymir." (Teutonic Mythology)

vihara - "Definitions: dwelling place (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: viharati ['to dwell']."

VERI /r - "Definitions: true, genuine (Latin). Associated spellings/words: verus ['true'], ver."

viele - "Definitions: many." (German)

vairya - "Definitions: agreeable, desirable; wish; will; self-commanding, autocratic. Associated spellings/words: vairim; Khshathra Vairya, one of the Amesha Spentas, sixth month of the year; metal (Avestan)."

Veronica - "Definitions: The true image. Associated spellings/words: vera iconica."

viloma - "Definitions: reverse." (Pali)

werewolf - "Definitions: man-wolf, spirit-wolf. Trivia: Virgil said the first werewolf was Moeris, a spouse of the trinitarian Fate-goddess [Moera], from whom he learned secrets of magic, including the necromantic knack of calling up the dead from their tombs. Associated spellings/words: var-ulf, vaira-ulf, wargus, wlkoslak, vlkodlak, wawkalak, vrykolaki, loup-garou, lupo, manaro, volkhvi."

virAj - "1 (mwd) virAj m. (for 2. see s.v.) king of birds BhP." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

virAj - "2 (mwd) virAj P.A1. %{-rAjati}, %{-te}, to reign, rule, govern, master (gen. or acc.), excel (abl.) RV. AV. Br.; to be illustrious or eminent, shine forth, shine out (abl.), glitter ChUp. Mn. MBh. &c.; to appear as (nom.) MBh.: Caus. %{-rAjayati}, (rarely %{-te}) cause to shine forth, give radiance or lustre, brighten, illuminate MBh. R. &c. " (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

virAj - "3 (mwd) virAj 2 mfn. (for 1. see p. 949 , col. 3) ruling far and wide, sovereign, excellent, splendid RV.; mfn. a ruler, chief. king or queen (applied to Agni, Sarasvati1, the Sun &c.) ib. AV. VS. Br. MBh.; f. excellence, pre-eminence, high rank, dignity, majesty TS. Br. S3rS.; m. or f. the first progeny of Brahma1 (acc- ording to Mn. i, 32 &c., Brahma1 having divided his own substance into male and female, produced from the female the male power Vira1j, who then produced the first Manu or Manu Sva1yambhuva, who then created the ten Praja1-patis; the BhP. states that the male half of Brahma1 was Manu, and the other half S3ata-ru1pa1, and does not allude to the intervention of VñVira1j; other Pura1n2as describe the union of S3ata-ru1pa1 with VñVira1j or Purusha in the first instance, and with Manu in the second; Vira1j as a sort of secondary creator, is sometimes identified with Praja1-pati, Brahma1, Agni, Purusha, and later with Vishn2u or Kr2ishn2a, while in RV. x , 90 , he is represented as born from Purusha, and Purusha from him; in the AV. viii, 10, 24; xi, 8, 30, VñVira1j is spoken of as a female, and regarded as a cow ; being elsewhere, however, identified with Pra7n2a) IW. 22 &c.; (in Veda1nta) N. of the Supreme Intellect located in a supposed aggregate of gross bodies (= % {vaizvAnara}, q. v.), Vedantas.; m. a warrior (= %{kSatriya}) MBh. BhP.; the body MW.; a partic. Eka7ha Pan5cavBr. Vait.; N. of a son of Priya-vrata and Ka1mya1 Hariv.; of a son of Nara VP.; of Buddha L. [983,1]; of a son of Ra1dha1 MW.; of a district ib.; f. a particular Vedic metre consisting of four Pa1das of ten syllables each (and therefore also a symbolical N. of the number ` ten'; in RV. x, 130, 5 this metre is represented as attaching itself to Mitra and Varun2a, and in AitBr. i, 4 Vira1j is mystically regarded as 'food', and invocations are directed to be made in this metre when food is the especial object of prayer; [....]"
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Viraj - "Definitions: *See Manu's account of Brahma separating his body into male and female, the latter the female Vach, in whom he creates Viraj, and compare this with the esoter- icism of Chapters II., III., and IV. of Genesis.' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem)." virAja - "8 (cap) viraja a. dustless, passionless, pure. / 9 (cap) virAja & {-jin} a. shining, resplendent." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vairAga - "1 (mwd) vairAga n. (fr. %{vi-rAga}) absence of worldly passion, freedom from all desires W." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vairAgya - "8 (cap) vairAgya n. losing colour or turning pale; absence of passion, indifference, repugnance. " (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vairagya - "Definitions: detachment, particularly mental detachment from the world and worldly desires; a state of mind - not to be confused with asceticism or physical renun- ciation of the world [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 467]. Associated spellings/words: vairag, vairagi ['one who has attained detach- ment']."

vairAgin - "5 (mwd) vairAgin mfn. id. BrahmaP.; m. a partic. class of religious devotees or mendicants (generally Vaishn2avas) who have freed themselves from all worldly desires RTL. 87." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Virgo - "Definitions: Virgil said the constellation Virgo [the virgin] was Erigone, Goddess of Justice, also known as Astraea or Starry One. She identified with Libera, or Libra, the lady of the Scales, judge of men and ruler of their fates; sixth sign of the Zodiac, said to be ruled by the planet Mercury."

viereckschanze - "Definitions: 'four-cornered fort'." (German) Vairocana - "[....] In the mandala of the five Dhyani Buddhas, the center is the fifth Wisdom, Vairocana the illuminator, radiating blue light from his heart and symbolizing the pure state of cosmic consciousness. .... This fifth Wisdom as the realization of universal law is the sum total as well as the origin of the four Wisdoms sur- rounding it. (5) [....]" [Based on article: (Five in the Center) by Rebecca Robinson - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 54] - (5) Lama Aanagarika Govinda, Foundations of Tibetan Mysticism]

Viracocha - "Supreme god of the Incas worshipped by many pre-Inca cultures. Associated spellings/words: Con-Ticci-Viracochapachayachachic."

VERB - "Definitions: word. Associated spellings/words: verbum (Latin)."

wird - "Definitions: invocatory prayer." (Arabic)

wyrd - "Definitions: destiny, fate, fortune (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: weordhan ['to become, to be']; werden ['to become'] (German); weird ['destiny'] (English); vert-o ['to turn'] (Latin); vrt ['to turn, to roll, to become'] (Sanskrit); urdh-r ['fate'] (Old Norse)."

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

Wyrdes - "The Anglo-Saxon fates, usually three sisters, who weave the destiny of man; witches, soothsayers."

viRa-ttal - (otl) viRa-ttal "1. to be dense, close; to be intense; 2. to abound, increase; 3. to conquer; 4. to fight; 5. to fear." (otl = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon) *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

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

weg - "Definitions: trail." (German)

VIC /r - "Definitions: change, substitute, deputy. Associated spellings/words: VICIS; vicar ['substitute'] (Latin)."

vig - "Definitions: war." (Scandinavian)

uayak - "Definitions: to dream (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: yak ['language'] (Mayan)."

wicce - "Definitions: female magician (Old English). Associated spellings/words: wicca ['male magician']."

oikia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'house' [Matthew 2:11]."

oikos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'house' [Matthew 9:6]. Other defin- itions include: houses, home. Associated spellings/words: oikeios ['household']."

oikeios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'household' [Galatians 6:10]. Other definitions include: house. Associated spellings/words: oikhios; oikos ['house']."

vigyan - "Definitions: esoteric knowledge."

wiccian - "Definitions: practice of magical arts." (Old English)

Vijnana - "Definitions: consciousness; the 3rd Nidana; mundane consciousness." (Sanskrit)

wiggynnagh - "Definitions: Viking." (Gaelic)

oikonomia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'stewardship' [Luke 16:2 ]; 'dispensation' [1 Corinthians 9:17], [Ephesians 1:10; 3:2], [Colossians 1:25]. Other definitions include: administer, administration. Associated spellings/words: oikonomos ['steward']."

oikonomos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'steward' [Luke 12:42 ]. Other definitions include: chamberlain, stewards, governors. Associated spellings/words: oikonomia ['administration']."

Vichama - "The son of the Sun God and half brother of Pachacamac, the creator." (Peruvian Mythology)

oikoumene - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'world' [Matthew 24:14]; 'earth' [Luke 21:26]. Other definitions include: inhabited earth. Associated spellings/ words: oikoumenh."

Uighur - " 'The Uighur Empire was possibly the first, and unquestionably the largest, most important, and most powerful, of all the colonial empires belonging to Mu. Colonization commenced just north of Burma more than 70,000 years ago.' [Based on: Col. James Churchward]."

Vikarr - "Definitions: legendary ancestor of the Vikings."

vigraha - "Definitions: form." (Sanskrit)

vichara - "Definitions: reflection." (Sanskrit)

vyakarana - "Definitions: grammar." (Sanskrit)

vikalpa - "1 (mwd) vikalpa m. (for 2. see under %{vi-klRp}) an intermediate Kalpa, the interval between two Kalpas (q.v.) BhP." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vikalpa - "4 (cap) vikalpa m. alternative, choice between two or more; difference, variety; supposition, (false) conception; uncertainty, doubt." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit- English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vikalpa - "Definitions: 'doubt, uncertainty or indecision'." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.advaita.org.uk/sanskrit/terms_v2.htm

VICT /r - "Definitions: conquer. Associated spellings/words: vivtus (Latin)."

vyakta - "Definitions: evident, clear." (Sanskrit)

oiketes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'servant' [Luke 16:13]. Other definitions include: household servant. Associated spellings/words: oikeths; oikhios ['household']; oikos ['house']."

oikodome - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'buildings' [Matthew 24:1]. Other definitions include: a building, buildings, edify, edification, edifying. Associated spellings/words: oikodomh; oikodomeo, oikodomho ['to build up']."

oiktirmos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'mercies' [Romans 12:1]; 'mercy' [Hebrews 10:28]. Other definitions include: compassion, pity. Associated spellings/words: eleos ['mercy']."

vip - "Definitions: tremble, quake, vibrate (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: vepate."

vid - "Definitions: knowledge (Sanskrit). Associated spellings words: vidya; budh ['to know']."

VID /r - "Definitions: see. Associated spellings/words: video ['I see'] (Latin); wit (English)."

wid - Definitions: vast, broad, long (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: fara ['traveling (companion)'] (Anglo-Saxon)."

veve - "[....] The veve is simultaneously an offering, a petition, and praise for the ancient African gods and goddesses. .... The word 'veve' is derived from the ancient Fon term for the ritual palm oil used in drawing rectangular ground offerings. [....]" [Based on article: (Veve, The Sacred Symbol of Vodoun) by Lilith Dorsey - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 44]

weib - "Definitions: neuter for wife; female, woman." (German)

weit - "Definitions: far." (German) wite - "Definitions: punishment (Old English). Associated spellings/words: twit ['find fault with, taunt']; vita ['punish'] (old Norse)."

wajd - "Definitions: sacred ecstasy." (Sufi)

weiph - "Definitions: white." (German)

Wayeb - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 19 [5 Aug - 10 Aug], Discrepant, antagonistic, unequal, Creator of the Universe." *Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

oida - "Definitions: knowing, understanding, organization of one's perceptions (Greek) Associated spellings/words: ginosko." (Greek)

Veda - "Literally, divine knowledge; one of four collections of ancient Hindu lore. Associated spellings/words: vidya."

vidyut - "4 (cap) vidyut a. gleaming, glittering; f. lightning or a shining weapon." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vibhuta - "Definitions: ability to manifest great psychic powers."

witz - "Definitions: 'mountain'." (Mayan)

oeides - "Definitions: having the form of (Greek). Associated spellings/words: -oid."

weben - "Definitions: weave." (German)

vedana - "Definitions; sensation, feeling; the 7th Nidana." (Sanskrit)

EVIDENT - "Definitions: clear or obvious. Associated spellings/words: e + videre ['see']."

Vedanta - "Definitions: end [anta] of the Vedas, or highest teachings of the Vedas." (Sanskrit)

Vedanta - "Definitions: Vedanta means the anta or culmination or essence of the Vedas. It is a principal branch of Hindu philosophy." *Link: http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Vedanta/id/2008693

Vidar - "Definitions: a strong silent Norse god and son of Odin. He will slay Fenrir and survive the battle of Ragnarok." (Norse Mythology)

wydyr - "Definitions: 'castle'." (Celtic)

vipra - "Definitions: 'poet' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: vipras.
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-3-X.html

vitarka - "Definitions: analysis." (Sanskrit)

withershins - "Definitions: circumambulation to the left; the counterclockwise circuit. Associated spellings/words: widdershins; Tuatl."

Witchcraft - "Witchcraft has always been a religion of poetry, not theology. The myths, legends, and teachings are recognized as metaphors for 'That-Which-Cannot-Be- Told,' the absolute reality our limited minds can never completely know. The mysteries of the absolute can never be explained - only felt or intuited. Symbols and ritual acts are used to trigger altered states of awareness in which insights that go beyond words are revealed. When we speak of the 'secrets that cannot be told,' we do not mean merely that rules prevent us from speaking freely. We mean that the inner knowledge literally cannot be expressed in words. It can only be conveyed by experience, and no one can legislate what insight another person may draw from any given experience." (Based on: Starhawk, The Spiral Dance, p. 32)

wo [o3] - "Definitions: shou [o3] ('hand') + ge [e1] ('halberd'). General meanings include: pron. I, me. Associated spellings/words: woguo [o3u2] (n. 'our country'); wojia [o3a1] (n. 'my home, my family'); women [o3] (pron. 'we')." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/167/x218.htm

wo - "Reported healing sound for bladder and kidney. Stretch consists of sitting down, clasping hands and pulling knees up to chest, and looking up. Associated spellings/ words: wooooooooo."

ou - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'not' [John 1:5]. Other meanings include: cannot, nay, nothing."

OU - "Symbolic sound for the positive polarity of the ether, the sun and moon combined." (Tibetan Buddhism)

Uo - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 2 [31 Aug - 19 Sep], Good behavior, solar cross, strightness."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html

wu [u2] - "Early forms showed a person dancing. A later form, much altered, shows forest, destroy, multitude and person. General meanings include: adv. without, not. Associated spellings/words: wubian [u2a1] (adj. 'limitless, infinite'); wuchang [u2a2] (adj. 'impermanent'); wufa [u2a3] (adj. 'impossible'); wufang [u2a2] (adv. 'no harm in, might as well'); wufei [u2e1] (adv. 'nothing but, only'); wulun [u2u4] (adv. 'regardless'); wunai [u2a4] (v. 'have no choice'); wuneng [u2a2] (adj. 'incompetent')." (Chinese)

wu [u3] - "The two principles yin and yang that form the five (an early pictograph showing four sides and a center) elements between heaven and earth; five; noon (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: wuxing ['comprehension']."

wu - "Name for a pictograph believed to show a person bending his back carrying a heavy load. General meanings include: having no breath; no; nothing; not; don't." (Chinese)

wu - Name for a pictograph believed to represent banners on a pole used to direct troops. General meanings include; no; not; do not." (Chinese)

wu - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a pestle. General meanings include: pestle; seventh Earthly Branch." (Chinese)

wu - "A pictograph showing four sides and a center; the two principles yin and yang that form the five elements between heaven and earth; five; noon (Chinese). Associated spellings/ words: wuxing ['comprehension']."

wu - "Name for an ideograph showing a flat surface [yi] supported by legs [ren]. General meanings include: high and level; stool." (Chinese)

Wu - "The ancient official religion at the courts of the emperors, kings, and nobles of China."

Wu - "Definitions: '[....] Physicist Wayne Wang found the similarities between the physics of the holographic universe and the Tao Te Ching so startling that he makes an explicit link in his book Dynamic Tao.(26) In this book, originally written by Lao Tzu in 500 BCE, the manifest world is described as Yo, the mirror world as Wu and the infinite singular- ity as the eternal Tao. [NP] In another of the Chinese teachings, the Ta Chuan, the themes of negative and positive space and time becomes more explicit. This quote des- cribes the manifrst and mirror universe as male and female and their entwined relation- ship.(27) "The process of Ch'ien completes things through the male. The progess of K'un completes things through the female. Ch'ien knows the great beginnings. K'un makes and completes all things." (Based on: Punk Science, Inside The Mind of God, by Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton [Copyright 2006], pp. 283-284 - [26 - Wang WL. Dynamic Tao and its manifestation. (Helena Island Publisher) 2004. 27 - karcher S. Ta Chuan: the Great Treatise. (St Martin's press) 2000.]

wu - "Definitions: shamans." (Chinese)

ue - "Definitions: on top of." (Japanese)

eau - "Definitions: water." (French)

Eua - "Definitions: isolation, separation; Eve (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: eu ['to lack, empty']."

wui - "Definitions: tuber." (Mayan)

voi - "Definitions: will, can." (Hakka)

wuya - "Definitions: the chief Kachinas." (Native American/Southwest Indian] Wu Wang - "Name for an ideograph composed of wu [a person bending his back carrying a heavy load; having no breath; no] on top wang [to walk away]. General meanings include: without falsehood; not untruthful; the 25th hexagram: heaven above, thunder below." (I Ching)

vohu-mano - "Definitions: one of 6 divine rays of light, pure mindedness. Associated spellings/ words: vohu ['good'] (Avestan)."

uahomche - "The Mayan word uahomche symbolizes the cross and means 'the tree which awakens.' The Mayan word for Lord is Ahau, which also means Sun."
*Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

ox - "Definitions: who by his power caused; the 3rd command (Mayan). Associated spellings/ words: oosh ['nourishment'] (Mayan); ooch."

os - "Definitions: god (Old English). Associated spellings/words: as."

Os [O] - "Definitions: speech, mouth; Odin; the 26th Rune (Runic); related to logos ['primal vibration'] (Greek)."

us - "Definitions: side, edge; distance; in geometry: length; height; verticle; perpendicular; verb: to follow; to drive; to come near to, reach; to let reach; to transport, bring; to join; to be next to, border; to moor, dock; to lean against." (Sumerian)

us - "Definitions: up, forth, out, elevated, high, above, much, exceeding." (Avestan)

us - "Definitions: foundation; to support, lift; to stand upon; a length measure; blood; blood vessel; death; to die; to kill; to block; adjective: dead; spittle; foundation place, base; venom, poison; spittle, slaver; moistening; spell, charm." (Sumerian)

us - "Definitions: to die, dead." (Sumerian)

us - "Definition: a sceptre (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words; uas, was, waas."

us - "Definitions: mother ewe, adult female sheep." (Sumerian)

Uas - "Definitions: Thebes personified. Consort of Uasit?" (Egyptian)

uas - "Definitions: physical and mental well-being, content, serenity." (Egyptian)

ous - "Definitions: ear, ears (Greek). Associated spellings/words: otos."

ose - "Definitions: chemical suffix used for sugars and related compounds."

vas - "Definitions: dwell." (Sanskrit)

vas - "Definitions: to wish, desire (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: vasna, vaso."

vaz - "Definitions: to guide; to fly (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: vata ['wind']."

Was - "Definitions: a sceptre with a forked base [Was sceptre] that reportedly represented 'power' and 'dominion' to the Egyptians. Associated spellings/words: us, was, waz. See: Phoenician & Hebrew Zayin."

vasha - "Definitions: carriage, vehicle, wagon, chariot." (Avestan)

ushi - "Definitions: intelligence, understanding; mind." (Avestan)

vasu - "1 (mwd) vasu 1 mf(%{u} or %{vI})n. (for 2. see p. 932 , col. 3) excellent, good, beneficent RV. Gr2S3rS.; sweet L.; dry L.; N. of the gods (as the `" good or bright ones, esp. of the A1dityas, Maruts, As3vins, Indra, Ushas, Rudra, Va1yu, Vishn2u, S3iva, and Kubera) RV. AV. MBh. R.; of a partic. class of gods (whose number is usually eight, and whose chief is Indra, later Agni and Vishn2u; they form one of the nine Gan2as or classes enumerated under Gan2a-devata1 q.v.; the eight Vasus were originally personifications, like other Vedic deities, of natural phenomena, and are usually mentioned with the other Gan2as common in the Veda, viz. the eleven Rudras and the twelve A1diyas, constituting with them and with Dyaus, Heaven, and Pr2ithivi1, `" Earth "' [or, according to some, with Indra and Praja1-pati, or, according to others, with the two As3vins], the thirty-three gods to which reference is frequently made; the names of the Vasus, according to the Vishn2u-Pura1n2a, are, 1. A1pa [conn- ected with %{ap} "', `" water"']; 2. Dhruva, `" the Pole-star; 3. Soma, `" the Moon "'; 4. Dhava or Dhara; 5. Anila, `" Wind "'; 6. Anala or Pa1vaka, `" Fire "'; 7. Pratyusha, `" the Dawn "'; 8. Prabha1sa, `" Light "'; but their names are variously given; Ahan, `" Day "', being sometimes substituted for 1; in their relationship to Fire and Light they appear to belong to Vedic rather than Pura1nic mythology) RV. &c. &c.; a symbol- ical N. of the number `" eight "' VarBr2S.; a ray of light Naigh. i [....]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vasu - "Definitions: Goods, wealth; Giver of Good Things; One of eight divine beings, children of Aditi and attendants of Indra; personification of natural phenomena: Apa [water], Anila [wind], Anala [fire], Dhara [earth], Dhruva [pole-star], Prabhasa [dawn], Pratyusha [light], Soma [moon] (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: vas ['shine, be radiant']."

Ushas - "The lovely Hindu dawn maiden who sprung from the head of Dyaus. The twin sister of Nakt, or Ratri [the goddess of night] (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: usas ['shining; east'] (Sanskrit); uchanti ['shining'] (Vedic); eos; aurora."

uaxax - "Definitions: to make man to stand erect; the 8th command." (Mayan)

Vaisyas - "The Hindu class [caste] of merchants and husbandmen."

Oshossi - "The god of hunters among the Yoruba of southern Nigeria." (African)

Oshun - "Definitions: African Creativity Goddess." (Yoruban)

ozein - "Definitions: to smell (Greek). Associated spellings/words: ozone ['a gas with a marked odor composed of three oxygen atoms']."

wuxian - "Definitions: infinity." (Chinese)

ushahin - "Definitions: time between Midnight & Dawn." (Avestan)

Ushana - "[....] Ushana is said to have been somewhat of a craftsman in Vedic terms, and even creates the vajra or thunderbolt with a thousand points, for Indra (V.34.2) as per the Rig Veda. [....] Ushana is often Indra’s (later Shiva) companion in the Rig Veda. In one verse, he is also associated as coming to Indra with the deities, and the same verse also lauds Indra as saving the Yadu peoples from the floods (V.31.8). [....]" *Link: http://astroveda.wikidot.com/vedic-agni-illa

vasanas - "Definitions: perfumes." (Hindu)

ushnisha - "Bodhic proturbence on crown of the forehead" (Sanskrit)

Osanyin - "Yoruba god of herbs and plants." (African)

Wazifa - ".... the science of the psychological phenomena of words ...."
[Based on: http://www.sufimessage.com/mind-world/index.html]

Oshunmare - "The rainbow serpent of the Yoruba, the counterpart of the Dahomean Aido-hwedo."

ushang - "Definitions: dawn (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: ushanghem."

wuxing - "Definitions: comprehension." (Chinese)

osam - "Definitions: eight." (Bosnian)

ushum - "Definitions: one." (Sumerian)

osme - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'savour' [Ephesians 5:2]. Other definitions include: a smell, fragrance. Associated spellings/words: osmh; osmium."

osme - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'holily' [1 Thessalonians 2:10]. Other definitions include: holy. Associated spellings/words: hosios, osios; osiotes, hosiotes ['holiness']."

uzumma - "Definitions: flesh producer." (Sumerian)

User - "Definitions: god of strength." (Egyptian) uasal - "Definitions: noble." (Gaelic)

Uasar - "Definitions: variant spelling for Osiris. Associated spellings/words: Uasri, Asr." (Egyptian)

vassal - "Definitions: servant." (Gaelic)

wasser - "Definitions: water." (German)

usira - "Definitions: to rise, to rise up." (Avestan)

Wesley - "Definitions: west meadow." (Old English)

usriya - "Definitions: 'beam' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: usriyas ['beams']."
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

Osiris - " 'Born in Atlantis about 20,000 B.C. He went to a Naacal college in Mu and became a master. He later returned to Atlantis, and there purged religion of the extravagances and excesses which had crept into it. He then became the head of the Atlantian Church, a position which he held through a long life. The people so loved him for his gentleness and gentle teachings that they wanted to dethrone the King and place Osiris on the throne. This he would not permit and positively refused to allow such a thing to be talked about. When Osiris died he was deified and religion called after him, just as our religion today is called the Christian religion after the teachings of Christ; In the text of the Book of the Dead it is stated that he was the son of Seb and Nut.' [Based on: Col. James Churchward]. Associated spellings/ words: Asar, Ausar; Heriri."

Osiris - "Egyptian Zodiac sign 8 [March 27 - April 25]: God of the underworld. Those born under this sign are emotionally perplexing and often misunderstood. Associated spellings/words: (pA-n)-rnnwtt (Egyptian), Parmoute (Coptic), Baramudah (Arabic)." *Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/egyptian.html

usert - "Definitions: a kind of sceptre (with a jackal head?)." (Egyptian)

vazrat - "Definitions: club, mace (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: vazra."

Userit - "Definitions: a goddess." (Egyptian)

Wosret - "Worset was an ancient goddess of Thebes whose name means 'the powerful'. Possibly she was the earliest consort of Amum at Karnak, preceding Mut. Certainly Middle Kingdom pharaoha of Theban origins take her name as an element in their own, such as Sen-Wosret, meaning 'man belonging to Wosret'." (Egyptian)
*Link: http://www.touregypt.net/godsofegypt/wosret.htm - T.D. - 04/30/08

vesica - "Definitions: bladder; +copper vessel used in distilling XVII; v. piscis 'fish bladder', painted oval figure used as an aureole XIX. - L. vesica, vessica, vensica bladder, blister. So vesical pert. to the uninary bladder. XVIII. - late L. vesicate: blister. XVII. f. pp. stem of late L. vesicare; see -ATE. vesication XVI. vesicle: small sac or cyst XVI; small elevation of the cuticle containing fluid XVIII. - F. vesicule or L. vesicula." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 524]

vesica piscis - "Definitions: Vessel of the Fish." Vasuki - "Definitions: one of the three great serpent kings who reportedly ruled the Nagas in Patala; the serpent who was twisted as a rope around Mount Mandara at the Churning of the Ocean." (Hindu Mythology)

VEST /r - "Definitions: clothe, to dress. Associated spellings/words: vestire, vestus (Latin).

WEST - "Definitions: the direction west. Associated spellings/words: vestr, vestri, hesperos, vesper."

Uasit - "Definitions: consort of Uas." (Egyptian)

Uasit - "Definitions: a lioness-goddess of the Eye of Horus." (Egyptian)

Vesta - "Definitions: Roman goddess of the hearth who had a round temple in the Roman forum. Her eternal sacred flame was kept alight by vestal virgins."

osteon - "Definitions: bone (Greek). Associated spellings/words: osteo."

ushtana - "Definitions: life, vital principle [of the body] (Avestan). Associated spellings/ words: ushtanem."

Ostenta - "Definitions: a name for one of four types of omens: those that make clear."

Oster - "Definitions: spring-time (German). Associated spellings/words: Eostre ['spring-god-dess'] (Anglo-Saxon); Easter; Eostare; Ostare; Ostara; Astar-te; Ishtar."

vesper - "Definitions: evening star, Hesperus XIV; evening XVII; B. pl. +public disputations held on the eve of the commencement of a bachelor of arts XVI; pl. sixth of the canonical hours, evensong XVII. A. - L. vesper evening star (mod. vepres) - ecclL. vesperas, acc pl. pf L. vespera evening, eventide = Gr. hespera." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), pp. 324-325]

esophagus - "Definitions: muscular tube connecting the mouth and stomach. Associated spellings/ words: oisein ['carry'] + phagein ['to eat'] (Greek)."

vestigium - "Definitions: footprint." (Latin) uzdatat - "Definitions: effervesce, boil (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: uzda."

on - "Definitions: circular." (Mayan)

On - "Definitions: Old Testament name for the Egyptian city of Ounu. Other definitions include: 'the pillared city;' 'House of Ra'. Associated spellings/words: Ain Shams ['Sun eye, Sun spring']; Heliopolis ['City of the Sun'] (Greek)."

on - "Definitions: an Egyptian radical meaning 'a being'."

on - "A common Latin suffix for non-metals."

Un - "Name for an Egyptian hieroglyph depicting a hare, or rabbit."

oon - "Definitions: egg." (Greek)

won - "Definitions: circle." (Korean)

one - "Definitions: a suffix generally reserved for keytones."

wan [a1] - "Definitions: gong [o1] ('pictograph of a bow; arch') + lian [a4] ('words tangled like threads; continuous, chaotic') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. bent; v., n. bend, curve. Associated spellings/ words: wangqu [a1u1] (adj. 'winding, bent')." (Chinese)

wan [a1] - "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + wan [a1] ('bend, curve') - phonetic. General meanings include: bay, gulf, bend in a stream." (Chinese)

wan [a2] - "Definitions: mian [a2] ('roof') + yuan [a2] ('head') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. finish, complete. Associated spellings/ words: wanbi [a214] (adj. 'finish, complete'); wancheng [a2e2] ('complete'); wanquan [a2a2] (v. 'complete'); wandan [a2a4] ('doomed, ruined'); wanmei [a2e3] (adj. 'perfect'); wanshan [a2a4] (adj. 'perfect'); adj. wanzheng [a2e3] ('complete, intact'). Sentences: wo [o3] wan [a2] dan [a4] le = (' I'm done for.')." (Chinese)

wan [a2] - "Definitions: yu [u4] ('three pieces of jade strung together; jade') + yuan [a2] ('top of a person, head'). General meanings include: v. play. Associated spell- ings/words: wan [a4] (n. 'object of appreciation'); wanju [a2u4] (n. 'toy'); wanming [a3i4] (adj. 'reckless'); wannong [a2o4] (v. 'play with, toy with (somebody)']; wanou [a2o3] ('doll'); wanshua [a2a3] (v. 'play'); wanwu [a2u4] (v. 'plaything'); wanxiao [a2a4] ('joke'). Sentences: kai [a1] wan [a2] xiao [a4] = ('joke, tease')."

wan [a2] - "Definitions: ye [e4] ('face upon a person') + yuan [a2] ('head') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. stupid, obstinate." (Chinese)

wan [a2] - "Definitions: ze [e2] ('person leaning as climbs hillside; adj. oblique'). General meanings include: oblique (ze - e2) reversed, indicating curves on all sides. General meanings include: n. ball; measure word: pill." (Chinese)

wan [a3] - "Definitions: cao [a3] ('plant') + wan [a2] ('finish, complete'). General meanings include: adj. smiling. Associated spellings/words: waner [a3e3] ('smiling')." (Chinese)

wan [a3] - "Definitions: yuan [a2] ('evening and slumped person; turn in one's sleep; turn') + mian [a2] ('roof'). General meanings include: adj. bent. Associated spellings/ words: wanru [a3u2] (conjuction: 'as if')." (Chinese)

wan [a3] - "Definitions: shi [i2] ('stone') + wan [a3] ('bent') - phonetic. General meanings include: measure word: bowl. Associated spellings/words: wanpan [a3a2] ('dish- ware')." (Chinese)

wan [a3] - "Definitions: nu [u3] ('woman') + wan [a3] ('bent') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. gentle, lovely. Associated spellings/words: wanju [a3u4] (v. 'politely refused'); wanyan [a3a2] (n. 'tactiful words') wanzhuan [a3a3] (adv. 'tactfully')." (Chinese)

wan [a3] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('heart') + wan [a3] ('bent') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. sigh. Associated spellings/words: wanxi [a4i2] (v. 'regret')." (Chinese)

wan [a3] - "Definitions: shou [o3] ('hand') + mian [a3] ('rabbit that escapes') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. draw, pull. Associated spellings/words: wanhui [a3u2] (v. 'save, redeem'); wanjiu [a3i4] (v. 'save, rescue'); wanliu [a3i2] (v. 'urge to say')." (Chinese)

wan [a3] - "Definitions: ri [i4] ('sun') + mian [a3] ('rabbit that escapes') - phonetic. General meanings include: sun escaping; n. evening; adj. late. Associated spellings/words: wanan [a3a1] ('Good night!'); wancan [a3a1] (n. 'dinner'); wanfan [n. a3a4] ('dinner'); wanhui [a3u4] (n. 'party'); wanshang [a3a4] (n. 'evening, night'); wanxia [a3a2] ('clouds of sunset')." (Chinese)

wan [a4] - "Definitions: rou [o4] ('meat, flesh') + wan [a3] ('bent') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. wrist. Associated spellings/words: wanzi [a4] ('wrist')." (Chinese)

wan [a4] - "Definitions: rou [o2] ('rump') + an image of a head, with claws above. General meanings include: scorpion, adj. myriad; a surname. Associated spellings/words: wanfen [a4e1] (adv. extremely); wansui [a4u4] ('ten thousand years'); wanyi [a4i1] (adv. 'if by any chance')." (Chinese)

wen [e1] - "Definitions: qiu [i2] ('person confined') + min [i3] ('pictograph of a serving vessel'). General meanings include: benevolence." (Chinese)

wen [e1] - "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + wen [e1] ('prisoner offered plate; benevolence'). General meanings include: a river name; adj. warm; a surname. Associated spellings/ words: wendu [e1u4] ('temperature'); wennuan [e1a3] (adj. 'warm'); wenhe [e1e2] (adj. 'gentle'); wenrou [e1o2] (adj. 'gentle, tender'); wenxin [e1i1] (adj. 'com- fortable, intimate')." (Chinese)

wen [e2] - "Definitions: er [e3] ('ear') + men [e2] ('door') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. hear, smell. Associated spellings/ words: wenming [e2i2] ('publicity')." (Chinese)

wen [e2] - "Definitions: pictograph of interlocking lines. General meanings include: n. script, writing, language. Associated spellings/ words: wenjian [e2a2] (n. 'document'); wenming [e2i2] (n. 'civilization', adj. 'civilized'); wenxian [e2a4] ('literature'); wenxue [e2e2] ('literature'); wenzi [e2i4] ('writing, script')." (Chinese)

wen [e2] - "Definitions: mi [i4] ('threads') + wen [e2] ('interlocking lines') - phonetic. General meanings include: stripes, lines. Associated spellings/words: wenshen [e2e1] ('tattoo')." (Chinese)

wen [e2] - "Definitions: hui [u3] ('insect') + wen [e2] ('interlocking lines') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. mosquito. Associated spellings/ words: wenzi [e2] ('mosquito')." (Chinese)

wen [e2] - "Definitions: yun [u2] ('rising vapors that form rain; cloud') + wen [e2] ('inter- locking lines') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. coloring of clouds." (Chinese)

wen [e2] - "Definitions: wen [e2] ('interlocking lines') - phonetic + shan [a1] ('pictograph of hairs or fine feathers'). General meanings include: refined." (Chinese)

wen [e3] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + wu [u4] ('pictograph of banners on a pole used to direct troops; v. do not'). General meanings include: n. lips; v. kiss. Associated spellings/words: wenhe [e3e2] (v. tally, coincide')." (Chinese)

wen [e3] - "Definitions: wen [e2] ('interlocking lines') - phonetic + mi [i4] ('threads'). General meanings include: adj. chaotic. Associated spellings/words: wenluan [e3a4] (adj. 'disorderly, chaotic')." (Chinese)

wen [e3] - "Definitions: he [e2] ('pictograph of a grain-bearing plant') + yin [i3] (adj. 'concealed, hidden') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. security; adj. stable, steady. Associated spellings/words: wengu [e3u4] (adj. 'firm, solid'); wenjian [e3a4] ('firm, steady')." (Chinese)

wen [e4] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + men [e2] ('door') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. ask. Associated spellings/words: wenda [e4a2] (v. 'question and answer'); wenhao [e4a3] ['send one's regards to'); wenhou [e4o4] ('send one's regards to'); wenhao [e4a4] (n. 'question mark'); wenjuan [e4a4] ('questionnaire'); wenlu [e4u4] (v. 'ask the way'); wenti [e4i2] ('question, problem')." (Chinese)

wen [e4] - "Definitions: wen [e2] ('interlocking lines') - phonetic + mi [i4] ('threads'). General meanings include: adj. chaotic. Associated spellings/words: wenluan [e3a4] (adj. 'disorderly, chaotic')." (Chinese)

van - "Definitions: to win, triumph, to overcome." (Avestan)

Wyn [W] - "Definitions: wind-vane; joy, happy medium; attraction; fellowship; the clanic or tribal banner; weather vane; the 8th Rune commonly depicted by a vertical staff with a triangular flag-like appendage at top [resembling a P shape]; last rune in the first aett (Runic). Associated spellings/words: wunjo ['joy']; winja ['pasture']; wynn ['pleasure, delight']; vend ['joy, hope']."

VEN /r - "Definitions: come. Associated spellings/words: venire, ventus (Latin); VENI, VENT; venir ['come'] (Spanish)."

WANE - "Definitions: grow smaller or less. Associated spellings/words: wanon, wanen, vana."

onah - "Definitions: a time, period." (Hebrew)

onna - "Definitions: woman." (Japanese)

unna - "Definitions: to yield." (Old Norse)

vaina - "Definitions: mouth of a river." (Finnish)

uhane - "Definitions: soul." (Hawaiian)

vahana - "Definitions: vehicle (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: vahan; yana."

'ohana - "Definitions: family, relative, kin group; related." (Hawaiian)

UNI /r - "Definitions: one. Associated spellings/words: unus ['one, 1st']."

Uni - "[....] The Goddess Uni, Mother of the Uni-verse, was a pre-Roman form of Italy's Cap itoline Triad, formerly composed of Juventas the nubile Virgin, Juno the preserving Mother, and Minerva the all-wise Crone. [....]' [Based on: The Crone - Woman of Age, Wisdom, and Power, by Barbara G. Walker (Copyright 1985), p. 22]. Associated spellings/ words: Unei; Uni Mae; Mae Uni; Hera (Greek), Juno (Roman); Astarte (Phoenician); Cupra."
*Links: http://www.thaliatook.com/OGOD/uni.html - [T.D. - 05/27/07]

wenyan - "Definitions: classical Chinese." vuno - "Definitions: mountain." (Greek)

Ounu - "Definitions: Egyptian spelling for the Old Testament On. Other definitions include: 'the pillared city'; 'House of Ra'. Associated spellings/words: Ain Shams ['Sun eye, Sun spring'] (Arabic); Heliopolis [City of the Sun] (Greek)."

wenhua - "Definitions: culture, civilization." (Chinese)

wanwan - "Definitions: trillion." (Chinese)

onoma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'name' [Matthew 1:21'], [John 1:12]."

Wonomi - "The Sky Father and supreme god of the Maidu people of California." (Native American)

onx - "Definitions: circular, whirling, whirlpool, a tornado (Mayan). Associated spellings/ words: hang ['wind'] (Gilbertese)."

unug - "Sumerian spelling for the Biblical city of Uruk, or Erech."

Unes - "Definitions: a canal in upper Egypt." (E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary)

Vanas - "Norse sea and wind-gods who dwell in Vanaheim. Associated spellings/words: Vanir."

Oannes - "Definitions: Babylonian god shown as a man reborn from the mouth of a fish. Associated spellings/words: Jonah." wenxue - "Definitions: literature." (Chinese)

wanshang [a2a4] - "Definitions: ri [i4] (sun') with mian [a3'] ('rabbitt that escapes; escape, avoid') - phonetic + shang [a2] ('above, upper'). General meanings include: evening, night, in the evening." (Chinese)

Onondaga -"One of the older brothers of the Irouqois Confederacy, known as the People of the Hills." (Native American)

U-na-am - "Definitions: the day of the moons renewal; new moon." (Sumerian)

onoma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'name' [Matthew 1:21, etc.], [John 1:12, etc.]."

unmani - "Definitions: no-mind mind; the 'transition stage' of consciousness." (Sanskrit?)
*Links: http://www.infinityfoundation.com/mandala/i_es/i_es_sovat_yoga.htm;
http://swamij.com/om.htm [T.D. - 05/27/07]

Vainamoinen - "Chief finnish hero figure and son of Ilmater. Reportedly, inventer of the harp, forger of runoes, and owner of the sampo [magical mill] fashioned by Ilmarien."

wanr [a2] - "Definitions: yu [u4] ('jade') + yuan [a2] ('top of a person; head') + er [e2] ('person with head not fully closed; child'). General meanings include: to play. Associated spellings/words: wanju [a2u4] (n. 'toy'); wanming [a2i4] (adj. 'reckless'); wanxiao [a2a4] (n. 'joke'); wannong [a2o4] (v. play with, toy with (somebody); wanou [a2o3] ('doll'); wanshua [a4a3] (v. 'play'); wanwu [a2u4] ('play thing')." (Chinese)
*Links: http://www.mdbg.net/chindict/chindict.php?page=worddict&wdrst=0&wdqb=wanr

venir - "Definitions: come." (Spanish)

Vanir - "Norse fertility gods that live in Vanaheim. A group or class of early Teutonic deities who later became associated with the Aesir [Gods]."

venari - "Definitions: to hunt, pursue (Latin). Associated spellings/words: venery ['sexual intercourse'] (Medieval Latin); venus (genetive veneris) love, sexual desire."

wanru [a3u4] - "Definitions: wan [a2] ('turn under roof; adj. bent') + ru [u4] ('woman following mouthed instructions); v. listen, heed; v. like, as if; adj. 'comparable to'; prep. 'according to'. General meanings include: conjunction: as if." (Chinese)

wang - Definitions: mead." (Anglo-Saxon)

wang [a1] - "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + huang [a2] ('growth shooting up from the ground; flourish') - phonetic. General meanings include: water growing rapidly; adj. deep and vast; a surname." (Chinese)

wang [a1] - "Definitions: pictograph of a person with bent right leg. General meanings include: weak, lame." (Chinese)

wang [a2] - "Definitions: yi [i1] ('one') + san [a1]. General meanings include: the one who connects heaven, humanity and earth; n. king; a surname. Associated spellings/words: wangzi [a2i3] ('prince'); wangba [a2a1] ('tortoise')." (Chinese)

wang [a2] - "Definitions: ru [u4] ('pictograph of roots descending into the earth; v. enter') + yin [i3] ('pictograph suggesting a curve or corner; conceal, cover'). General meanings include: enter concealed place; v. flee, die. Associated spellings/ words: wanggu [a2u4] (adj. 'dead'); wangguo [a2u2] (n. 'conquered nation, national ruin')." (Chinese)

wang [a3] - "Definitions: mu [u4] ('tree') + huang [a2] ('flourish') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. crooked. Associated spellings/words: wangfei [a3e2] (v. 'try in vain'); wangran [a3a2] (adv. 'in vain, futility')." (Chinese)

wang [a3] - "Definitions: chi [i4] ('step; left step') + huang [a2] ('flourish') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. depart for, go toward; prep. to, toward; adj. past, previous. Associated spellings/words: wangchang [a3a2] (adv. 'in the past'); wanghou [a3o4] (adv. 'in the future'); wanglai [a3a2] (v. 'come and go'; n. 'contacts, dealings'); wangri [a3i4] (adv. 'in days past'); wangshi [a3i4] (n. 'things of the past'); wangwang [a3a3] (adv. 'frequently'); wangxi (adv. 'in former times'; n. 'former times')." (Chinese)

wang [a3] - "Definitions: mi [i4] ('covering') + yi [i4] ('lines cutting left and right'). General meanings include: n. net." (Chinese)

wang [a3] - "Definitions: wang [a3] ('net') + wang [a2] ('enter concealed place'). General meanings include: net to prevent escape; n. net; adv. not." (Chinese)

wang [a3] - "Definitions: mi [i4] ('thread') + wang [a3] ('net') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. net, web. Associated spellinswords: wanglou [a3u4] ('network'); wangzhan [a3a4] ('website')." (Chinese)

wang [a4] - "Definitions: ri [i4] ('sun') + huang [a2] ('flourish') - phonetic. General meanings include: lustrous; adj. prosperous. Associated spellinswords: wangji [a4i4] ('busy season'); wangsheng [a4e4] (adj. 'prosperous')." (Chinese) wang [a4] - "Definitions: wang [a2] ('enter concealed place; flee') - phonetic + nu [u3] ('woman'). General meanings include: rash, absurd. Associated spellinswords: wangdong [a4o4] (adj. 'rash, impetuous'); wangxiang [a4a3] (v. 'delude oneself; n. delusion')." (Chinese)

wang [a4] - "Definitions: yue [e4] ('moon') + cheng [e3] ('stand') with wang [a2] ('enter concealed place') - phonetic. General meanings include: full moon; watch, gaze at, hope, expect. Associated spelling/words: wangjian [a4a4] ('see from afar'); xiwang [i1a4] (v. 'hope')." (Chinese)

wang [a4] - "Definitions: wang [a2] ('enter concealed place; escape') - phonetic + xin [i1] ('heart') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. forget. Associated spelling/ words: wangben [a4e3] (adj. ungrateful; wangdiao [a4a4] (v. 'forget'); wanghuai [a4a2] (v. 'forget'); wangji [a4i4] (v. 'forget')." (Chinese)

huang - "Name for a pictograph showing xin [heart] and guang [light]. General meanings include: person seeing the light; sudden insight." (Chinese) onaka - "Definitions: one's center; energy distribution point; breathing point (Japanese). Associated spellings/words: hara ['abdomen, belly']."

wanagi - "Definitions: ghost, the spirit remaining after death." (Native American / Plains Indian)

vanghu - "Definitions: good, virtuous; a thing [goods], a good thing; a gift, creation." (Avestan)

Wang Mu niang-niang - "Definitions: a Chinese goddess, keeper of the peaches of immortality (Chinese Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Xi Wang-mu."

onkar - "Definitions: God; transcendental." (Hindi)

wangba [a3a1] - "Definitions: mi [i4] ('pictograph of an edged cover; cover') & kou [o3] ('mouth') + ba [a1] ('snake raised on its tail; snake'). General meanings include: mouth big like a snake; Internet bar, Internet cafe." (Chinese)

huangdi - "Definitions: emperor." (Chinese)

wend - "Reportedly, an old name of Primitive Man (Old English). Associated spellings/words: Veneti (Latin); Enetoi (Greek); Bantu ['men'] (African); manchu ['men'] (Asian); Uento ['man'] (Chile); Guanath ['people'] (Guanche)."

vant - "Definitions: a form of possessive suffix (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: mant."

wand - "Definitions: wall (German). Associated spellings/words: vant."

WANT - "Definitions: lack, need. Associated spellings/words: vant, vanr; vanitare ['to lack, empty?']."

unda - "Definitions: wave." (French)

vanta - "Definitions: love, affection, friendship." (Avestan)

wenti - "Definitions: question." (Chinese)

Wends - "A Slavic people of eastern Germany."

oneidizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'revile' [Matthew 5:11]. Other definitions include: upbraid, upbraideth, reproach, reproached, insult, insulted. Associated spellings/words: onhidizw; oneidizmos, onhidizmws."

wanfan - "Definitions: dinner." (Chinese)

ventana - "Definitions: window." (Spanish)

unter - "Definitions: under." (German)

WANDER - "Definitions: move about aimlessly, stray. Associated spellings/words: wanderen; wandern (vandern) ['hiking, migrate'] (German)."

vender - "Definitions: sell." (Spanish)

Vandal - "Member of an ancient Germanic tribe from Jutland. The Vandals overran Gaul, Spain, and northern Africa in the 4th and 5th centuries A.D. They sacked Rome in 455."

VENTRAL - "Directional anatomical term refering to the front [anterior]." vanitare - "Definitions: to lack, empty." (Latin)

Onderah - "Definitions: abyss of darkness of the Hindus." (H. P. Blavatsky - T.S.D., Vol. 2, p. 11)

ventral cavity - "One of two main cavities in the human body. The ventral cavity has two subdivisions. It is separated by the diaphram into an upper thoracic cavity and a lower abdominopelvic [peritoneal] cavity. Each of these cavities is, in turn, further subdivided. The thoracic cavity is divided into the pericardial cavity, which surrounds the heart, and right and left pleural cavities, each of which encompasses a lung."

Vendidad - "Law to Fight against Evil. One of the ancient scriptures of the Zoroastrians. Reportedly, the Vendidad actually describes the pre-Zoroastrian legends of the Golden Age of the Aryans in their ancient homeland when they were ruled by 'Yima Khshaeta' [Jamshad]." (Iranian)

om - "Definitions: whirl(Mayan). Associated spellings/words on?"

om - "Definitions: the sound symbol of Brahm; audible life stream or sound of the second spiritual region [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: aum."

um - "Definitions: an adverbial suffix (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: -um, vm, om."

ome - "Definitions: two." (Aztec)

Ume - "Definitions: plumb blossom, a Japanese symbol for devotion."

Uma - "Flax, an herb with blue flowers; name of the goddess Parvati in Hindu mythology." (Sanskrit)

oma - "Definitions: a suffix used in modern medical terminology for tumor."

vama - "Definitions: left." (Sanskrit)

umma - "Definitions: mother (Korean). Associated spellings/words: umma ['people, community'] (Arabic)."

Umay - "Umay (also known as Umai or Mai; in Old Turkic: Old Turkic letter Y1.svgOld Turkic letter M.svgOld Turkic letter O.svg) is the goddess of fertility and virginity in Turkic mythology and Tengriism and as such related to women, mothers and children. Umay resembles earth-mother goddesses found in various other world religions. Literally in the Mongolian language, 'eje' or 'eej' means 'mother.' In Mongolian 'Umai' means womb or uterus. The earth was considered a 'mother' symbolically. [NP] The Turkic root *umay originally meant "placenta, afterbirth", and this word was used as the name for the goddess whose function was to look after women and children, possibly because the placenta was thought to have magic qualities.[1] [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ot]

ummia - "Definitions: expert, professor." (Sumerian)

U-mu - "Reportedly, the Sumerians, like the Greeks, commenced the counting of each day [U-mu], at sunset."

omen - "Cicero listed four types of omens: Ostenta [those that make clear], Portenta [those that forshadow or portend], Monstra [those that demonstrate or show, like dreams and visions] and Prodigia [the prodigies that give signs of future events through miraculous happenings]."

women - "Definitions: wo [o3] ('hand holding a halberd') + men [e3] ('plurality of persons'). general meanings include: we, us." (Chinese) *Link: http://www.zhongwen.com/

WOMAN - "Definitions wif ['woman'] + man(n) ['man']. Associated spellings/words: wumman, wimman, wimmen, wifman, wifmen. Mythology: according to one report, the very word 'man' used to mean 'woman', an incarnation of the lunar Mother."

omnyo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'swear' [Matthew 5:34], [Hebrews 6:16]. Other definitions include: sweareth, sworn. Associated spellings/words: omnuo; horkos ['oath']; anathematizo ['call down curses; oath']."

omnis - "Definitions: all." (Latin)

Omam - "Yanomami creator god who takes the shape of a bird." (Amazonian)

Umar - "Definitions: populous, or flourishing. Associated spellings/words: amara ['to thrive'] (Arabic)."

homologe - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'confess' [Matthew 10:32]; 'acknowledgeth' [1 John 2:23]. Other definitions: to say the same. Associated spellings: omologho."

Vu-murt - "The Man of the Water; Votjak water deity." (Finnish Mythology?)

omiq - "Definitions: above, up." (Native American / Hopi)

omayok - "Definitions: is alive." (Eskimo)

Omega [U] - "The twenty-fourth [last letter] in the Greek alphabet. The capital form resembles a nearly closed circle with feet at bottom pointing right and left. The small form resembles a w. Reported meanings for Omega include: Great O, riches, abund- ance; number 800." eumakka - "Definitions: musician." (Korean)

o-mec-ka - "Definitions: come forth and volcanic sediments." (Mayan)

Omicron [O] - "Fifteenth letter in the Greek alphabet. Large and small forms are written like English O & o. Reported meanings for O include: enclosed power of the sun; fountain of all energy on earth; Helios & Apollo; number 70." (Greek) om-ik-le-on - "Definitions: whirlwinds blow around." (Mayan)

WOMB - "Definitions: n. probably about 1175 wombe; developed from Old English wamb, womb belly, uterus (before 830); cognate with Old Frisian wambe, wamme belly, Middle Dutch wamme (modern Dutch wam), Old High German wamba (modern German Wamme in animals), Old Icelandic vomb (Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish vom), and Gothic wamba belly, from pro- to-Germanic *wambo." [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology (1998 hardcover edition) p. 887]

umbo - "Definitions: boss of a shield; round or conical projection. XVIII. - L umbo (see NAVEL)." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary of English Etymology (1996 paperback edition) p. 513]

umbor - "Definitions: 'child'." (Old English)

Umdali - "The supreme god among the Tembu of southern Africa."

Omphalos - "Definitions: navel-stone; hub of the universe; a queen of Lydia who enslaved Heracles and set him to work at her spinning wheel. Associated spellings/words: omphal(o), omplalos ['navel'] (Greek); Umbilicus ['navel'] (Latin)."

umbaernan - Definitions: to travel around (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: ymbaernan."

umbilical - "Anatomical region located centerally, surrounding the umbilicus [navel]."

omophagia - "Definitions: cannibal orgy." (Greek)

Ur [U,V] - "Drizzle, rain; ox, bison; aurochs [uruz], primal ox; cosmic seed; forming force; name for the 2nd Rune commonly depicted by an inverted U, or V-like shape. Associated spellings/words: uruz, urus; earrach ['spring'] (Gaelic); ur ['fresh'] (Gaelic)."

Ur - "Definitions: Worship place of the moon-goddess [Nanna] that contained a large ziggarut temple (Sumerian/Babylonian). Associated spellings/words: URI.UNU(G); URU.UNUki; Urum; Urim; Uruk; Erech ['Ancient Mesopotamia']; Avr, Aur, Ur [Genesis 11:28]."

Ur - "Reportedly, 'Ur of the Chaldees [the traditional birthplace of Abraham] was probably a northern commercial colony named after the Sumerian capital of the Third Dynasty of Ur. The cult of the daughter colony was the same as the cult of the mother city; the moon cult of the god Sin, and his wife the lunar goddess Ningal. Many merchants from the northern Urs entered canaan for trading purposes and introduced their Mesopotamian moon cult there.'"

ur - "Definitions: water (Basque). Associated spellings/words: erre ['burn']; euri ['rain'] (Basque); ur ur ['sound of water, wind, fire'] (Tibetan); ol ['drink'] (Gaelic)."

ur - "Definitions: to surround; to flood; to throw overboard; to drag [over the ground]; to erase, wipe out; to shear, reap, mow." (Sumerian)

ur - "Definitions: floor; base; lap, loins; thighs, leg(s); root; trunk of a tree." (Sumerian)

ur - "Definitions: roof; entrance; mountain pass; beam, rafter." (Sumerian)

ur - "Definitions: dog; carnivorous beast; servent; young man, warrior; enemy; verb: to tremble; adjective: humble." (Sumerian)

ur - "Definitions: lord, master." (Hungarian)

ur - "Definitions: liver; spleen; heart, soul; bulk, main body; foundation; loan; obligation; interest; surplus, profit; interest-bearing debt; repayment; slave-woman; inanimate pronoun: it; these, the referenced; his, hers, theirs; verb: to chew; to smell; to belch, burp; to roar; to clog, block; to imprison; to be bowed with grief; to rub something in; to rent; demonstrative: thus; so; in this way; in the same way; followed by a negation: not at all." (Sumerian)

vr - "Definitions: enclose, confine, restrict." (Sanskrit)

vr - "Definitions: light (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: aur."

ol - "Definitions: awakened consciousness; flower (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: ol, olal ['animatedness'] (Mayan)."

ol - "Definitions: drink." (Gaelic)

ol - "The chemical names of alcohols have an -ol suffix."

ul - "Definitions: joy, pleasure, satisfaction; flower; bud; ornament; a capacity measure of 36 liters; to glitter, shine; remote, distant [in time]; ancient, enduring." (Sumerian)

Ul - "Buckthorn, thistle; Waldh; turning-point; the 37th Rune." (Runic)

ul - "Definitions: to be quick; hurry, hasten, harass." (Sumerian)

ul - "A common Latin suffix for smallness."

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

wer - "Definitions: man." (Old English)

uhr - "Definitions: watch." (German)

war - "Definitions: amuse oneself [with], play [with]." (Chinese)

WAR - "Definitions: confusion, discord, strife, armed conflict. Associated spellings/words: werre, guerre, werra ['confusion, discord, strife'], werran, wirren."

ore - "Definitions: metal-containing rock."

vel - "Definitions: spear, lance, etc." (Tamil) *Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vel

hvel - "Definitions: solar wheels." (Old Norse)

WALL - "Definitions: rampart; structure for defense or for enclosing something. Associated spellings/words: vallum ['rampart'], vallus ['stake']."

VALE /r - "Definitions: strength, worth, value. Associated spellings/words: valeo, valere (Latin); vali, valu; valere ['to be strong' ] (Latin)." wahl - "Definitions: foreign." (Teutonic)

Valli - "Valli (Tamil ?????) is a Goddess and the divine consort of the prominent Hindu God Murugan, according to Hindu mythology. She represents the "Ichha Shakti" (power of aspirations), and Goddess Deivayanai depicts "Kriya Shakthi" (power of actions), and Lord Murugan himself is "Gnana Shakthi" (power of knowledge). [NP] Valli in Tamil language means a creeper and is also used as a title of many tribal or idigenous peoples goddesses in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and by the Rodiya people of Sri Lanka." *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valli

wrh - "Safaitic shows considerable alternations in roots between w and y, e.g. wrh ( which becomes yrh 'month'. (This change is also characteristic of Northwest Semitic languages). *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_North_Arabian

vara - 4 (mwd) vara 1 m. (fr. 1. %{vR}), `" environing "', `" enclosing "', circumference, space, room RV. AV. TS. (%{va4ra@A4@pRthivyA4H}, on the wide earth); stopping, checking RV. i, 143, 5. (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

vara - "Definitions: to choose, select (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: vara ['silver- tipped staff'] (Spanish)."

eule - "Definitions: owl." (German)

welle - "Definitions: wave (German). Associated spellings/words: velle."

ojala - "I hope so, I hope that..., may it come to pass." (Spanish)

Volla - "Long golden-haired attendant of Frigga whose hair was emblematic of the golden grain. Fulla; Abundia."

ourea - "Definitions: mountains." (Greek Mythology) *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ourea

Uri - "Definitions: light (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Uriah ['God is light']."

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

Eury - "The antiquity of Eurynome and Ophion are sufficiently attested in the sources to warrant a presumption that they descend from prehistoric times. Only the prefix, Eury-, appears in the most ancient known Greek, but that is sufficient to demonstrate the remoteness of the names in time from later poetic mythologizers such as Apollonius." [Based on: Creation Myth section (section three, 4th bullet) for Wikipedia article: Eurynome (Oceanid) - see link]
*Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurynome_(oceanid)

wali - "Definitions: saint; friend of God." (Islamic)

Ulysses - "The Latin name of the Greek hero Odysseus."

alyvn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'most high' [Genesis 14:18]. Other meanings include: high, higher, upper. Associated spellings/words: elyown; [ayin + lamed + yod + vav + nun]."

Orion - "Definitions: Moon-man of the Mountain, Greek version of the lord of the Hunt ritually slain by Artemis, the Huntress; a giant hunter whose father, Posiedon, gave him the power to walk across the sea." (Greek Mythology)

Oriana - "Definitions: gold." (Spanish)

ORIENT - (1) "Definitions: eastern, (hence, of stones) precious, excellent; sb. the East, eastern lands XIV. - (O)F. - L. oriens, -ent- rising, rising sun, east, prp. of oriri rise; see -ENT. So oriental XIV - (O)F. or L." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 326]

ORIENT - (2) "Definitions: place so as to face the east XVIII; determine the bearings of; (refl.) ascertain one's bearings XIX. - F. orienter, f. orient; see prec. So, by extension with -ATE, orientate XIX; prob. after orientation: situation so as to face east (of a church, east and west), bearing or lie of a thing, determination of bearings XIX, which appears to be directly f. orient vb."

Urim - "Sumerian spelling for the Biblical city of Ur. Associated spellings/words: Urum."

volim te - "Definitions: I love you." (Bosnian)

Uriel - "Definitions: light of God; one of the four archangels in Hebrew tradition." (Hebrew)

oriel - "Definitions: +porch; gallery, balcony, upper story XIV; windowed recess projecting from a building XV; o. window XVIII. ME.

oriole - OF. oriol, eurieul passage, gallery, of unkn. orig." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary of English Etymology (1996 paper- back edition), p. 326]

orior - "Definitions: to rise (Latin). Associated spellings/words: oriens ['rising'], orient."

AVAIL - "Definitions: be of use or advantage, make use. Associated spellings/words: valoir; valere ['be strong or worth'] (Latin)."

ORIGIN - "Definitions: descent, ancestry XIV; point or place of beginning XVI. - F. origine or L. origo, origin-, f. oriri rise. So original: pertaining to origin (first of o. sin XIV); sb. +origin; pattern, exemplar XIV; singular or eccentric person XVII. - (O)F. original or L. originalis. origination XVII. - F. - L. originatio derivation of words, f. pp. stem of *originare, whence originate (-ATE) XVII." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 326]

Valley Temple - "Definitions: a now roofless building which lies on the southern side of the Sphinx enclosure, as a route to the Sphinx. It reportedly contains limestone blocks that dwarf even those used in the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza [some weighing as much as 200 tons and measuring up to 9 meters in length]. At its corners, instead of having two separate stones fitting together to form the right angles, just one massive block has been cut to turn the corner."

uru - "Definitions: 'broad, spacious'." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-2-X.html

uru - "Name for a cuneiform sign preceeding the names of cities; city." (Sumerian)

vouru - "Definitions: wide, extensive." (Avestan)

vorus - "Definitions: north." (Greek)

ouros - "Definitions: guard." (Greek)

Eurus - "A wind blowing from the east-south-east parts of the world." (Greek Mythology)

Uraeus - "Definitions: representation of the sacred asp or serpent on the headress of ancient Egyptian deities and kings XIX. - Gr. ouraios, of Egyptian orig. (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 517). Associated spellings/words: ur ['a great god']; ura ['great god']; ura ['the name of a godd- ess'] (E.A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary Vol. 2, pp. 172 - 173)

Urvasi - "Widely Lustful." (Vedic Mythology)

Wolfsangel - "Definitions: yew; wolfsbane; Vidar; wolf-hook; the 34th Rune." (Runic)

vrushchik - "Definitions: 'scorpion' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Scorpius, kaurpi (Greek)."

Olwyn - "Definitions: white footprint." (Welsh)

Varuna - "Definitions: the power of the wind; bestower of rain; king of waters; Son of the Hindu sun-goddess Aditi; the thousand-eyed posessor of all knowledge; 'All enveloping Sky (Hindu Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Indra (Hindu); Uranus ['the Heavens; the father of Kronos'] (Greek Mythology)." *Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varuna

Urum - "Sumerian spelling for the Biblical city of Ur. Associated spellings/words: Urim."

olvmen - "Definitions: scroll (Latin). Associated spellings/words: volume."

Orunmila - "The Yoruba god of divination who named the plants." (African)

Ulul - "Purification: sixth Akkadian month name; August - September. Associated spellings/ words: Elulu; Elul ['sixth exilic Hebrew month name']."

ur ur - "Definitions: sound of water, wind, fire." (Tibetan)

urvaire - "Definitions: tree, plant (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: urvara."

uruk - "Variant spelling for the Biblical city of Erech. Associated spelling/words: Unu(g) (Sumerian)."

Uruk-hai - Definitions: in the movie - The Lord of the Rings - a collective name for Uruks. Associated spellings/words: earg, ierg-, yrc- ['slothful, vile'] (Anglo-Saxon)." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html - [T.D. - 01/10/09]

Olokun - "Yoruba god of water and riches." (African)

Vourukasha - "Definitions: sea; sea deity; heavenly lake wherein grows the Tree of Life." (Persian Mythology)

Vairochana - "Definitions: the Manifestor, He who in Shapes Makes Visible [the physical universe]; 1st of the 5 Dhyani Buddhas; the Dhyani Buddha of the Center direction." (Tibetan Buddhism)

orot - "Definitions: lights (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: meorot ['sources of light, luminaries']."

urutha - "Definitions: growth, increase (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: uruthem."

Olodumare - "The supreme god of the Yoruba." (African)

Orodruin - "Definitions: *Mount Doom, Mountain of Fire.
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/27/07]

Uras - "Definitions: the masculine earth (Sumerian Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Ninuras ['the femine earth']."

ours - "Definitions: bear (French). Associated spellings/words: Orson."

Volsung - "[....] From Odin is descended King Volsung, who has a family of ten sons and one daughter. The eldest son is Sigmund, twin-born with his sister Signy. King Siggeir of Gautland sues for the hand of Signy, whom her father gives to Siggeir against her will. [....]" *Link: http://www.authorama.com/nibelungenlied-2.html - [T.D. 12/08/07]

Orsini - "Old European clan name meaning: bear's children. Associated spellings/words: Ursini."

varsam - "Definitions: rain (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: varsman ['height, summit']."

ursel - "Definitions: the She-Bear (Saxon). Associated spellings/words: Ursa Major ['Great Bear, or Big Dipper']; Ma Tsu P'o; Ursa Minor ['Little Bear, Little Dipper']; Arcas." Valeska - "Definitions: glorious ruler." (Slavic)

WORSHIP - "Good name, credit, dignity, importance; respect shown; veneration of a power held divine." / weoroscipe, weoro ["worth"] + scipe ["ship"] (Old English)

Vrsakapi - "Definitions: Male Monkey." (Vedic)

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

vrsaba - "Definitions: 'bull' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Taurus."

Orestes - "Definitions: mountain; the son of Agamemnon in Greek myth."

Oren - "Definitions: tree." (Hebrew) velan - "1 (otl) vElan2 1. spearman; 2. skanda; 3. priest worshipping skanda" (otl)= Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Olwen - "Definitions: Einion's faery bride." (Celtic Myth / Wales)

ollin - "Definitions: Name for a particular Aztec symbol believed to signify movement. Associated spellings/words: olin ['earthquake']."

wollen - "Definitions: want (German). Associated spellings/words: vallen."

Warren - "Definitions: enclosure." (Teutonic)

urna - "Definitions: third eye (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ushnisha ['Bodhic proturbence on crown of the forehead'] (Sanskrit)."

varna - "Definitions: a covering, cloak, mantle; a cover, lid; outward appearance, exterior, form, figure, shape, colour; colour of the face; the Sanskrit term for caste; sound." (Sanskrit)

Warins - "Definitions: a Germanic tribe."

ouranos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'heaven' [Matthew 3:2]; 'air' [Matthew 13:32], [Mark 4:4, 32], [Luke 13:19]; 'sky' [Matthew 16:2, 3], [Hebrews 11:12]. Other definitions include: heavens; 7th planet from the sun. Mythology: 1st god of the sky, who pushed his babies back into the stomach of Gaia [earth], for fear that one would grow up to destroy him. Consort of: Gaia ['earth']. Father of: Cronus [Saturn] (Greek Mythology); Varuna (Hindu Mythology); An ['sky'] (Sumerian Mythology)." *Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranus_%28mythology%29

Vernon - "Definitions: alder tree." (French)

Uranium - "Uranium-238, the most common type of Uranium, has a half life of 4.51 billion years. That is, in any given quantity of Uranium-238, half of it will have decayed in 4.51 billion years. Knowing the decay rate of various radioactive elements, it is possible to measure the age of any rock that contains such elements."

Werner - "Definitions: Warin warrior." (Teutonic)

Ornella - "Definitions: flowering ash tree." (Italian)

vernal equinox - "Time of year when the sun is directly over the equator on March 21st. Associated spellings/words: vernal, vernalis ['spring'] + aequus ['equal'] + nox ['night'] (Latin)."

WRONG - "Definitions: twisted."

wara negara - "Definitions: citizen." (Indonesian)

Uland - "Definitions: noble country." (Teutonic)

Wayland - "Definitions: The Smith, or king of the elves in Anglo-Saxon and Germanic mythology. Associated spellings/words: Weyland."

veranda - "Definitions: porch." (German)

Valentine's Day - "The original Valentine's Day in the ides of February was Rome's Lupercalia, a festival of sexual license. Young men chose partners for erotic games by drawing billets [small papers] with women's names on them."

varnatmak - "Definitions: Describable; that which can be spoken or written [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 467] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: varnatmik."

Oulam - "Definitions: an indefinately long period, an order or cycle of events, aeon, time; a time whose beginning or end is not known (Le Clerc); a son of Shem. Associated spellings/words: avlm; Oulom; Elam; me-olam ['of old']."

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

Vellamo - "Finnish goddess of the sea and the waters."

ormuzd - "Definitions: the Old Persian and Parsee term for God; an angel; also the planet Jupiter [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 462]."

Valmiki - "Legendary author of the Ramayana." (Hindu)

ormad - "Definitions: illumination." volar - "Definitions: fly (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: Voladores ['Literally, flyers: the Mexican flying pole dance.']."

Uller - "In Teutonic mythology, one of the aesir, the son of Thor's wife and an unknown father: god of winter. Associated spellings/words: Ullr, Holler."

orare - "Definitions: speak, pray (French). Associated spellings/words: Or Yashar ['direct light, the first breath from Keter']; Or Chozer ['reflected light, the second breath'] (Hebrew)."

vorare - "Definitions: to eat, devour." (Latin)

urvaire - "Definitions: tree, plant (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: urvara."

Valhalla - "Hall af the chosen slain with 540 doors, wide enough to allow the passage of 800 warriors abreast. Above the principal gate were a boar's head and an eagle. Associated spellings/words: Valholl (Norse Mythology)."

oreald - "Definitions: very old. (Anglo Saxon). Associated spellings/words: *or ['beginning'] + eald, ald ['ancient']"
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 04/16/08]

ork - "Definitions: whale." (Gaelic)

volk - "Definitions: people." (German)

valk - "Definitions: to speak." (Sanskrit)

vrch - "Definitions: top." (Czechoslovak)

WALK - "Definitions: move or cause to move on foot. walken, walker."

WORK - "Definitions: something done, what one does; any kind of continued and purposeful activity. Associated spellings/words: verk; virkja ['feel pain'] (Old Norse)."

wearg - "Definitions: outlaw, wicked. Associated spellings/words: vargr ['wolf, miscreant'] (Old Norse); vrka ['wolf'] (Sanskrit)." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html - [T.D. - 01/10/09]

whaalag - "Definitions: little stitch." (Gaelic)

Wallace - "Definitions: Welsh, or foreigner." (French)

orge - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'wrath' [Matthew 3:7]; 'anger' [Ephesians 4:31]. Other definitions include: vengeance, indignation. Associated spellings/words: orgh; orgizo; orgizomai; orgilos."

Olga - "Legendary Amazonian warrior-queen of Kiev." (Russian)

VERGE - (1)"Definitions: +penis XIV; rod or wand of office XV; within the v. within the area subject to the Lord High Steward (with ref. to his rod of office); extreme edge, margin, bank, border; space within a boundary, scope XVII. - (O)F. :- L. virga rod. Hence verge vb. +border, edge XVII; border (up)on, esp. fig. XVIII." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 523]

VERGE - (2)"Definitions: +descend towards the horizon; move in a certain direction, incline, tend. XVII. - L. vergere bend, incline." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 523]

varka - "Definitions: boat." (Greek)

vehrka - "Definitions: wolf." (Avestan)

orkos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'oath' [Hebrews 6:16]. Other defin- itions include: one of the synonyms of Pluto or Dis. Associated spellings/words: horkos, orcus."

orexis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'lust' [Romans 1:27]." orgizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'angry' [Matthew 5:22]. Other definitions include: wroth. Associated spellings/words: orgizw."

Ulgan - "A creator god of Siberia. Associated spellings/words: Yryn-ai-Tojon."

organ - "In versians of the Bible and allusions thereto, applied to various instruments of music; musical instrument consisting of pipes supplied with wind and sounded by keys; instrument or means of function; a combination of two or more tissues. Associated spellings/words: organon, organism ['organized system or body']."

VULCAN /r - "Definitions: fire; the fearsome god of destroying fire (Roman Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Sethlans (Etruscan); Velchanos; vulcan ['volcano'] (German)."

orcneas - "Definitions: 'demon, evil spirit'. (Old English). Associated spellings/words: orc."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 04/16/08]

Or Haganuz - "Definitions: 'Hidden Light'. Primordial light. Light of the first day of creation."

Volker - "Definitions: people army." (Teutonic)

Valkries - "Choosers of the slain, protective life-giving beings who often fly by magical cloaks made of swan feathers. The group of battle maidens included in the Aesir; corpse-eaters. Associated spellings/words: Valkyrjur, Walcyries, Waelceasig." (Norse Mythology)

Viracocha - "Supreme god of the Incas worshipped by many pre-Inca cultures. Associated spellings/words: Con-Ticci-Viracochapachayachachic." orb - "early 15c. (implied in orbicular), 'sphere, globe,' also 'emblem of sovereignty,' from O.Fr. orbe (13c.), from L. orbem (nom. orbis) 'circle, disk, ring,' probably related to orbita 'wheel track, rut,' of unknown origin. [....]" *Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=orb&searchmode=none

vrt - "Definitions: to turn, turn round, revolve, to roll, to move, advance, proceed (in a part- icular way), to take place, occur, be performed, to be, live, exist." (Sanskrit)

vrt - "Definitions: surrounding, enclosing, obstructing." (Sanskrit)

Urd - "One of the Norse names of Mother Earth. The divine fount of wisdom tended by the three Norns [fates] under the root of the World Tree; reportedly, the name of the oldest [original] Norn (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Urtha, Erda, Eartha, Wyrd, Wurd, Word, Weird."

vld - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'child' [Genesis 11:30]; [2 Samuel 6:23]. Associated spellings/words: valad."

wld - "Proto-Semitic also possessed two semiconsonantal (or semivocalic) constrictive phonemes, bilabial /w/ and prepalatal /y/, which underwent a number of changes in the various languages. Of particular significance is the development of /w/ to /y/ in initial posit- ion in the northwest - thus, Akkadian, Arabic, Ethiopic *wld; Ugaritic, Hebrew, Aramaic yld (Based on: A History of the Hebrew Language (2000 paperback edition, p. 20), by Angel Saenz-Badillos). Associated spellings/words: vld."

Olaf - "Ancestor descendent, from Old Norse anu [ancestor] and leifr [descendent]."

warf - "Definitions: throw (German). Associated spellings/words: werfe, wirf, geworfen, wurf."

ward - "Definitions: become (German). Associated spellings/words: werde, wird, worden, wurde."

ward - "Definitions: guard." (Old English)

wald - "Definitions: forest." (German)

wald - "Definitions: rule (Old English). Associated spellings/words: valdis ['ruling'] (Teutonic)."

Wert - "Definitions: variant spelling for Weret." (Egyptian)
*Link: http://www.nemo.nu/ibisportal/0egyptintro/1egypt/index.htm - T.D. - 04/30/08

wort - "Definitions: *an herb or root." (Old English) *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

weald - "Definitions: possession, forest; power, mastery." (Anglo Saxon)
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html

rvpa - "Definitions: 'form' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: rupa; varpa ['any outward appearance or phenomenon or colour']; varn ['to paint , colour , dye; to depict, picture, write , describe , relate , tell , explain; to regard , consider; varna ['a covering , cloak, mantle; a cover , lid; outward appearance, exterior, form, figure, shape, colour; colour of the face."
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

VALVE - "Definitions: either of the leaves of a folding door XIV; one of the halves of a hinged shell XVII; (anat.) membranous fold; device resembling a flap, lid, etc. - L. val- va leaf of a door. So valvular XVIII. f. valvula, dim of L. valva (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 520). Associated spellings/words: vulva, bulb, etc."

VULVA - "Definitions: (anat.) external genitals of the female. XVI - L. vulva, volva womb, matrix (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 530). Associated spellings/words: valve, bulb, etc."

vrata - "Definitions: vow." (Sanskrit)

uard-a - "Definitions: bud, blossom, rose (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: uered, wered (Hebrew)."

Urbi - "Definitions: princess." (African)

urdu - "Reportedly a word related to the English word horde, indicating a wild and motley group - not necessarily an army." (Urdu)

wardu - "Definitions: slave." (Babylonian)

orthos - "Definitions: straight, right, correct (Greek). Associated spellings/words: orthodox [literally, right belief] (Greek)."

Orpheus - "The common legend said that Orpheus was a famous poet and lyre player; Some derived Orpheus's name from Urphi, a popular oracular shrine in Edessa, though others linked his name with Erebus, the land of the dead. Aristotle insisted that Orpheus had never lived at all; Orphism became one of the most serious rivals of Christianity in the first few centuries A.D., until the church devised ways to identify the Orphic savior with Christ." (Greek)

oreibasia - "Definitions: the mountain dances of the Maenads." (Greek Mythology)

Vladislav - "Definitions: to rule with glory." (Slavic)

Wolfsangel - "Yew; wolfsbane; Vidar; wolf-hook; the 34th Rune." (Runic)

Urban - "Definitions: city dweller." (Latin)

werfen - "Definitions: throw (German). Associated spellings/words: varfen."

warten - "Definitions: wait (Germen). Associated spellings/words: varten."

writan - "Definitions: to scratch (Old English). Associated spellings/words: write."

Fortuna - "Roman goddess of fortune and good luck, represented as standing on a globe or ball. Associated spellings/words: Vortumna; Tyche."

Old English - "A language identified with the time period 500-1100 A.D. The three major dialects of Old English include: Northumbrian, Mercian, and West Saxon."

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

verbum - "Definitions: word." (Latin)

Vortumna - "Definitions: The Etruscans called the Wheel-Goddess Vortumna, She Who Turns the Year, and the Romans altered this name to Fortuna." [Based on: T.W.D.O.S.A.S.O., Barbara Walker, 1988, p. 17]

Vladimir - "To rule with peace; the name of the prince of Kiev in the 11th century; name of the founder of the former Soviet state, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (Slavic). Associated spellings/words: Wolodymyr."

Urdar - "Originally there was only one Norn [fate], the giantess Urdar." (Scandinavian Mythology)

worthr - "Definitions: warden, in the sense of a guardian angel." (Old Norse)
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_RZ.html - [T.D. - 01/10/09]

Vrtra - "Definitions: Enveloper, Confiner, Obstructor; serpent, dragon; the bringer of drought; the enemy of Indra; one of the Asuras listed in the Vedas (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Trisiras ['Three-Headed']; Visvarupa ['All-Shapes']."

ultra - "Definitions: beyond." (Latin)

ertere - "Definitions: to turn." (Latin)

olethros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'destruction' [1 Corinthians 5:5]. Associated spellings/words: olhthros."

Ouroboros - "Definitions: world serpent." (Greek)

Orodruin - "Elvish name for Mount Doom, in Lord of the Rings."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

warabalja - "Definitions: foundation shrine." (Quiche Maya)

Urdarbrunner - "Definitions: fount of ongoing life." (Scandinavian)

vertex - "Definitions: center of a whirlpool; point on the scalp about which the hairs seemed to turn when each lay in its natural position; the top of anything (Latin). Associated spellings/words: vertere ['to turn']."

Ur-Text - "Greatest legendary treasure of medieval Hermetic magic, after the Elixir of Life and the Philosopher's Stone. The Ur-text was supposed to be a magical grammar of the primordial tounge."

verdad - "Definitions: truth." (Spanish) verboten - "Definitions: prohibited." (German)

Oc - "Definitions: breakthrough, new beginnings, companions of destiny, guardians, guides, dog, foot, 10th day name (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Oc [9th day] (Yucatec); T'zi [9th day] (Quiche)."

og - "Definitions: young; the Celtic god of love (Gaelic). Associated spellings/words: ogh ['virgin']."

og - "Definitions: below." (Tibetan)

ug - "Definitions: lion, anger, fury, storm; noun: death, dead person; verb: to kill; to die." (Sumerian)

ug - "Definitions: amazement; gaze, glance [eye + house]; verb: to look at; to stare at, gaze; to be impressed; astonishing."

uk - "Definitions: to take in swallows." (Mayan)

Ox - "Year of the Ox, 2nd of the twelve-year cycles in the Chinese calendar."

vAc - "2 (mwd) vAc f. (fr. %{vac}) speech, voice, talk, language (also of animals), sound (also of inanimate objects as of the stones used for pressing, of a drum &c.) RV. &c. &c. (%{vAcam-R}, %{Ir}, or %{iS}, to raise the voice, utter a sound, cry, call); a word, saying, phrase, sentence, statement, asseveration Mn. MBh. &c. (%{vAcaM-vad}, to speak words; %{vAcaM@vyA-hR}, to utter words; %{vAcaM-dA} with dat., to address words to; %{vAcA@satyaM-kR}, to promise verbally in marriage, plight troth); Speech personified (in various manners or forms e.g. as Va1c Ambhr2in2i1 in RV. x, 125; as the voice of the middle sphere in Naigh. and Nir.; in the Veda she is also represented as created by Praja1-pati and married to him; in other places she is called the mother of the Vedas and wife of Indra; in VP. she is the daughter of Daksha and wife of Kas3yapa; but most frequently she is identified with Bha1rati1 or Sarasvati1, the goddess of speech; %{vAcaH@sAma} and %{vAco@vratam}N. of Sa1mans A1rshBr.; %{vAcaH@ stomaH}, a partic. Eka7ha S3rS.)" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

vac - "Definitions: word, speak, speech (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Vac ['the female counterpart of Prajapati'] (Rig Veda/Sanskrit); Prthivi ['Mother Nature'] (Sanskrit); uuc ['to create'] (Mayan)."

VAC /r - "Definitions: empty. Associated spellings/words: vacare (Latin)."

VAG - "Symbolic sound for the power of man to conceive or realize God." (Tibetan Buddhism)

VOC /r - "Definitions: voice, call. Associated spellings/words: vox, vocis ['voice']; vocare ['to call'] (Latin); VOK."

uac - "Definitions: to bring order out of chaos; the 6th command (Mayan). Associated spellings/ words: uk ['to take in swallows']; ooch ['nourishment'] (Mayan); wak ['six'] (Mayan); theka (veka) ['ten'] (Greek)."

uuc - "Definitions: to create; the 7th command." (Mayan)

wag - "Definitions: way." (Anglo-Saxon)

Vach - "Definitions: See Manu's account of Brahma separating his body into male and female, the latter the female Vach, in whom he creates Viraj, and compare this with the eso- tericism of Chapters II., III., and IV. of Genesis.' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem)."

WAKE - "Definitions: watch, keep watch; awake. Associated spellings/words: vaka, wakon, wahhen, wachen; Wakes ['festivals celebrated by the ancient Britons where children would reportedly meet at the break of day and shout Holy Wakes! Holy Wakes!; uaigh ['grave'] (Gaelic)."

WAGE - "Definitions: a pledge of security; a challenge or engagement to fight; payment for service rendered. Associated spellings/words: guage."

WEIGH - "Definitions: bear, carry, lift; balance in the scales; have heaviness or weight. Associated spellings/words: wegan ['move, shake, weigh']; vega ['lift, weigh']; wiht, gewiht, wicht, gewichte."

waka - "Definitions: canoe." (Maori)

vaca - "Definitions: cow (spanish). Associated spellings/words: vache (French)."

ucca - "Definitions: high." (Pali)

veka "Definitions: ten (Greek). Associated spellings/words: theka."

okii - "Definitions: big." (Japanese) Wei Ji - "Name for an ideograph showing wei [the image of a tree, or mu, but with an extra curved stroke] and ji [crossing a river, from here to there, from beginning to end]. General meanings include: Not Yet Fulfilled; the 64th hexagram: fire above, water below." (I Ching)

'okina - "Definitions: separator." (Hawaiian) *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CA%BBokina

Ogo - "Definitions: one of the first beings created by Amma, in Dogon Mythology."

Ukko - "Literally, Old Man: A sky and thunder god who became the Finnish supreme being, replacing Jumala, whom people had worshiped earlier."

Ogou - "[....] The Lwa Ogou is a chief figure in many Haitain ceremonies. This is primarily due to his importance as the liberator of the Haitian people. .... Veves for this Lwa often contain swords or a diamond-shaped pattern that resembles a shield, and they are often constructed out of gunpowder. [....]" [Based on article: (Veve, The Sacred Symbol of Vodoun) by Lilith Dorsey - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 45]

Wukuada - "Definitions: Wednesday." (*Akan)

Wakes - "Festivals celebrated by the ancient Britons where children would meet at the break of day and shout Holy Wakes! Holy Wakes!"

vacuus - "Definitions: empty." (Latin)

okasan - "Definitions: mother." (Japanese)

Ogun - "Definitions: the Yoruba god of iron." (African Mythology)

ukkin - "Definitions: assembly (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: ukkin dingir ['assembly of the gods']."

Wakan - "The name the Lakota Indians [Eastern Sioux] use to indicate their gods in general; a spirit without limitation (Native American). Associated spellings/words: wakanda ['the omnipresent, invisible life-force of the Dakota Indians']."

Wayne - "Definitions: wagon maker. Associated spellings/words: waegn ['wagon'] (Old English)."

vagon - "Definitions: wagon (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: WAGON ['4-wheeled vehicle drawn by animals']."

Vahagn - "The ancient Armenian god of war and courage; god of sun, lightning, and fire."

Okeanos - "Definitions: the great river encompassing the disc of the earth and personified as a god; father of rivers, and source of all seas and streams; Son of: Uranus [heaven] and Gaia [earth]; Husband of:: Tethys. Father of: Achelous; Asopus; Styx; Doris; Eurynome, etc. Trivia: Okeanos was named by Homer as the origin of the gods. In Hesiod it is Earth [Gaia] who gives birth to Heaven [Ouranus] and then marries him; they engender the Titans - among them, Okeanos and Kronos (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Oceanus; ocean."

uchanti - "Definitions: 'shining' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: uchati ('shine')."
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

Wakan Tanka - "The Great Spirit and creator god of some of the Dakota-tribes. He is the Great Mystery whose spirit was in the first god Inyan [rock] (Native American). Ass- ociated spellings/words: Wakan Tanka ka."

Og-min - "Definitions: No-Down, or Without [Returning] Downward; The Heaven of the Adi Buddha." (Tibetan Buddhism)

oogal - "Definitions: corner." (Russian)

vajra - "m. n. `"the hard or mighty one "', a thunderbolt (esp. that of Indra, said to have been formed out of the bones of the R2ishi Dadhi1ca or Dadhi1ci [q.v.], and shaped like a circular discus, or in later times regarded as having the form of two transverse bolts crossing each other thus x; sometimes also applied to similar weapons used by various gods or superhuman beings, or to any mythical weapon destructive of spells or charms [....] in Northern Buddhist countries it is shaped like a dumb- bell and called Dorje ; see MWB. 201; 322 &c.) RV. &c. &c.; a diamond (thought to be as hard as the thñthunderbolt or of the same substance with it), [....]" (Sanskrit Lexicon) [Based on: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/]

vajra - "Vajra - diamond-holder. In Tibetan Dorjesempa; sempa meaning the soul, its adaman- tine quality referring to its indestructibility in the hereafter." (Based on: The Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky - Vol. 1)

ojala - "Definitions: I hope so, I hope that..., may it come to pass." (Spanish)

vagari - "Definitions: to wander." (Latin)

Eucharia - "A reported name for the mother of Mary Magdalene."

eu-aggelos - "Definitions: bringing good news (Greek). Associated spellings/words: evangelical."

Vajrakilaya - "Definitions: Vajrakilaya (Skt. Vajrakilaya; Tib. Dorje Phurba; Wyl. ... rdo rje phur pa) or Vajrakumara (Skt. Vajrakumara; Tib. Dorje Shönnu; Wyl. rdo rje gzhon nu) — the wrathful heruka ... Vajrakilaya is the yidam ... deity who embodies the enlightened activity ... of all the buddhas ... and whose practice is famous for being the most powerful for removing obstacles, destroying the forces hostile to compassion and purifying the spiritual pollution so prevelant in this age. Vajrakilaya is one of the eight deities of Kagyé." [Based on: http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Vajrakilaya]

Ugarit - "Trivia: in 1929, a French expedition sent to Ras Shamra in Syria, unearthed an ancient Phoenician Mystery Centre, Ugarit, which had flourished between the Twentieth and Fourteenth Centuries B.C., having been destroyed about 1400 B.C." uc'ux - "Definitions: middle, center." (Mayan)

WEIGHT - "Trivia: the weight of an object is the force with which the Earth attracts it, whereas the mass of an object is, roughly speaking, the amount of matter it contains."

ukta - "1 (mwd) ukta mfn. (p.p. of %{vac} q.v.), uttered, said , spoken; m. N. of a divine being (v.l. for %{uktha} q.v.) Hariv.; (%{am}) n. word, sentence S3is3. &c.; (%{am}, %{A}) n. f. a stanza of four lines (with one syllabic instant or one long or two short syllables in each); [cf. Zd. {ukhta}.]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ uxdha - "Definitions: word, spoken, uttered." (Avestan)

uktha - "Definitions: holy song." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

Wagadou - "Definitions: a name for the Ghana Empire. Associated spellings/words: Ouagadougou; waga [to 'herd'] + dou ['land'], Land of Herds." *Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghana http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghana_Empire

ujuyubal - "Definitions: mountain place." (Mayan) whakapapa - "Definitions: genealogy." (Maori)

up - "Definitions: a verb meaning, to separate (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: wp."

ub - "Definitions: corner, angle, nook; a small room; cavity, hole." (Sumerian)

ob - "Definitions: the object in which the spirit was thought to reside (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: ubh ['egg'] (Gaelic)."

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

ut - "Definitions: a prefix meaning up, high." (Sanskrit)

ud - "Definitions: sun; light; day; time; weather; storm [demon]; prep. when, since." (Sumerian)

ud - "Definitions: you." (Spanish) OUT - "out (adv.)

ut - "O.E. ut, common Gmc. (cf. O.N., O.Fris., Goth. ut, Du. uit, Ger. aus), from PIE base *ud- 'up, out,' O.Ir. ud- 'out,' L. usque 'all the way to, without inter- ruption,' Gk. hysteros 'the latter,' Rus. vy- 'out'). Meaning 'unconscious' is attested from 1898, originally in boxing. [....]" *Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=out&searchmode=none

Ot - "Ot is the Mongolian goddess of marriage. In Mongolian folklore she is referred to as the "queen of fire". The word o-t means 'fire' in the Turkic languages.[1] She was said to have been born at the beginning of the world, when the earth and sky separated. She is also known as the goddess of the earth. [NP] Some equate her to Umai, the mother goddess of the Turkic Siberians, who is depicted as having sixty golden tresses that look like the rays of the sun. Umai is thought to have once been identical with Ot of the Mongols." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ot]

ode - "Definitions: song (Greek). Associated spellings/words: cantus, sang, song."

WAD - "Definitions: wadding; bundle of hay; tightly-rolled bundle."

Woot - "Definitions: a magician and father of the Bakuba people of Zaire. Associated spellings/ words: Woto."

WADE - "Definitions: walk through water or any liquid. Associated spellings/words: wadan, watan, vaoa, vadere ['go']."

wood - "One of the eight symbols of Fo Hi (about 2800 B.C.), showing a series of three short parallel horizontal lines, where the bottom line is broken. Associated spellings/words: xun ['wind'] (Chinese)."

ewte - "Definitions: newt [an ewte], water-lizard, resplendent Hew, resplendent mind." (Old English)

EVADE - "Definitions: manage to avoid. Associated spellings/words: e + vadere ['go']."

uph - "Definitions: the flight of a winged creature, a creature with wings for flying. Associated spellings/words: oph." (Hebrew)

upa - "Definitions: upon, on; near, towards, by, up to; high, much; in, into (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: upairi ['above, more; other, than']."

upa - "Definitions: near." (Hindu) uvA - "1 (otl) uvA 01 1. full moon; 2. new moon" otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

uva - "Definitions: both." (sanskrit)

uta - "Definitions: and." (Sanskrit)
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

uta - "Definitions: also, and, moreover; much, great." (Avestan)

vata - "Definitions: Lord of Winds (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: vata ['fig tree, the symbol of the original language'] (Hindu)."

vata - "Definitions: northern." (Tamil)

otha - "Definitions: symbolic sound for the moon, the negative etheric energy." (Tibetan Buddhism)

oude - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'not' [John 1:3]."

u bah - "Definitions: he/she goes, does, performs." (Mayan)

Oeh-da - "Definitions: term for the earth in Seneca [Iroquois] Indian mythology." (Native American)

Obi - "Definitions: an African serpent god. Associated spellings/words: obeah."

uti - "Definitions: use." (Latin)

vahati - "Definitions: 'conduct, bring' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: vahasi ['brings']."
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

udaya - "Definitions: rise, beginning." (Pali)

Utu - "Definitions: believed to have been the name for a Sumerian sun-god who rose each morning from the 'interior of heaven' and crossed the sky, before finally reentering through the bolts in the west. The son of Nanna, the moon-god, and twin brother of the goddess Inanna." (Sumerian Mythology)

Uttu - "Definitions: the Spider; the Weaver of Patterns and Life Desires. Reportedly, she was the daughter of Enki and Ninkurra. She was said to have mated with Enki and later hid, or buried his seed in the earth, from which grew eight plants that Enki eventually consumed." (Sumerian Mythology)

Vodu - "Definitions: Dahomean Negro term for deity. Associated spellings/words: voodoo."

Otto - "Definitions: wealthy, prosperity (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: udo, uodal."

utur - "Definitions: 'perfume', 'aroma' (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: itr, atar 'fragrance'; attar; uturat 'perfumes' (Arabic).
Links: http://books.google.com/books?id=rTUJgFtVpA0C&pg=PA510&lpg=PA510&dq=%22uturat%22+%22Arabic%22&source=bl&ots=_zPI5bY6CG&sig=RxYZv8s2M_VG0dykFATSe3lSQUc&hl=en&sa=X&ei=AQ48T6_xA8XY2AWWj-XzBg&sqi=2&ved=0CDoQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=%22uturat%22%20%22Arabic%22&f=false http://forum.thefreedictionary.com/postst2192_List-of-Arabic-loanwords-in-English.aspx /

ops - "Definitions: eye (Greek). Associated spellings/words: omma, -atos, opthalmos."

Ops - "Definitions: Pre-Roman name of Ceres, Bona Dea, etc; the Goddess who invented Roman law."

upas - "Definitions: poison." (Malay)

udus - "Definitions: damp." (Latin)

otos - "Definitions: ear (Greek). Associated spellings/words: ous."

uvula - "late 14c., from L.L. uvula, from L. uvola 'small bunch of grapes,' dim. of uva 'grape,' which is of unknown origin. So called from fancied resemblance of the organ to small grapes."
*Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=uvula&searchmode=none

oeides /s - "Definitions: having the form of." (Greek)

Wapasha - "Definitions: red leaf; the name of several Sioux chiefs." (American Indian)

opsis - "Definitions: appearance, eyesight."

od zer - "Definitions: ray of light." (Tibetan)

utsuru - "Definitions: to reflect an image on (Japanese). Associated spellings/words: utsusu."

Upsilon [U] - "Definitions: twentieth letter in the Greek alphabet. The capital form resembles a Y-like shape. The small form is written like an English

u. u-pa-zi-le-on - "Definitions: now abysses, cold depths. In circular places." (Mayan)

hupselophroneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'highminded' [Romans 11:20]. Other definitions include: haughty, proud. Associated spellings/words: upsloprhnho."

upostasis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'substance' [Hebrews 11:1]. Other definitions include: assurance, being sure. Associated spellings/words: hypostasis."

opisthen - "Definitions: backwards." (Greek)

oben - "Definitions: up."

Odin - "Definitions: chief of the Norse gods; the All-Father. The one-eyed god of battle and death who rules over the hall of Valhalla. Associated spellings/words: Wodan ['God of the Underworld, poetry, and battle in Germanic mythology']; Woden; Godan; Wotan, Votan ['wind god'] (Mayan); votan ['to give'] (Hebrew); potan ['tinder, tender'] (Gypsy)."

odin - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sorrows' [Matthew 24:8]; 'pains' [Acts 2:24]; 'travail' [1 Thessolonians 5:3]. Other definitions include: the pangs of childbirth. Associated spellings/words: wdin; odino, wdinw."

Odin - "Definitions: 'spirit, breath'." (Norse) *Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjGejvGB4dQ&feature=related

woden - "Definitions: to know [witan] (Anglo Saxon). Mercury."

odune - "Definitions: pain." (Greek)

Ophion - "Definitions: the Titan who ruled the universe before Cronus; Serpent consort of the Creatress Eurynome, in the Pelasgian creation myth. The father of mankind: a divine serpent who lived in the Tree of Life in the primal garden, and begot the tribes called Ophiogeneis [serpent-born]; a heavenly king who revealed the sacred Mysteries, even against the will of the jealous god." (Greek Mythology)

vedana - "Definitions: sensation, feeling; the 7th Nidana." (Sanskrit)

odino - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'travail in birth' [Galatins 4:19]; 'travailest' [Galatians 4:27]; 'travailing' [Revelation 12:2]. Other definitions include: the pangs of childbirth. Associated spellings/words: wdinw; odin, wdin."

upanishad - "Definitions: sitting beneath." (Sanskrit)

WEDNESDAY - "Definitions: Wotan's day; Woden's day; Odin's day. Associated spellings/words: Wodnesdaeg (Anglo-Saxon); miercuri ['Wednesday'] (Romanian), Mercury."

vpnym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'wheels' [Ezekiel 1:20]. Associated spellings/words: upanim, o.fa.nim."

Wudong - "Definitions: don't touch." (Chinese)

Ovinnik - "A Russian household spirit. A form of domovik who resides in the drying-kiln." (Slavic Mythology)

Ut-Napishtim - "Reportedly he was the King of a Sumerian city at the time of the Flood and rode it out in a large ship. Utnapishtim revealed to Gilgamesh the secret of a wonderful plant at the bottom of the sea; its name being: 'The Old Man Becomes Young.' Gilgamesh obtained the plant, but decided to save it until his old age. On his way back to Uruk, Gilgamesh stopped by a well, where a serpent came up out of the water and made off with the precious plant. Later the serpent shed its skin; a sign taken by the ancients to signify rejuvenation. Utnapishtim was the son of Ubara-tutu."

ovum - "Definitions: egg (female reproductive cell). XVIII. - L., see EGG." [Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 329]

Ottoman Empire [1300-1922] - "History: In 1453 under Muhammad II, the Ottomans conquered Constantinople, thus ending the Byzantine Empire, a remnant of the Roman Empire."

hypomimnesko - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'remember' [3 John 1:10]. Associated spellings/words: upomimnhsku."

Odr - "Definitions: Óðr is the husband of Freyja in Norse mythology. Although the precise mythological meaning is uncertain the word itself means 'wit, soul' and is used in compounds to mean 'fierce power, energy' (from Proto-Germanic *woþuz; compare also the etymology of Odin.)' [....]" (Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odr) - (T.D. - 01/14/07)

OVAL - "Definitions: egg-shaped. XVI. - medL. ovalis, f. L. ovum EGG; see -AL. So ovate (-ATE) XVIII - L. (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 328). Associated spellings/words: ovum ['egg; female reproductive cell]."

ubel - "Definitions: exceeding due limits; evil (German). Associated spellings/words: ubull ['apple'] (Old Irish)."

obal - "Definitions: stone (Old Testament). Associated spellings/words: ebal; upala ['stone'] (Sanskrit); opal, opale (French), opalus (Latin), opallios (Greek)."

obol - "Definitions: coin of ancient Greece. Associated spellings/words: obolus, obolos, obelos; obelisk."

uber - "Definitions: above (German). Associated spellings/words: uper ['over']."

ufer - "Definitions: shore." (German)

udul - "Definitions: herdsmen." (Sumerian)

Odal [O] - "Definitions: immobile hereditary property; ancestral land; family heritage; home; enclosed estate dynamically interacting with the environment; enclosure in the middle; the 24th Rune commonly depicted by two slanted upright staffs supporting a diamond or loop shape (Runic). Associated spellings/words: odhal, othal, othala, ethel."

atar - "1798, from Pers. *'atar-gul 'essence of roses,' from *'atar 'fragrance,' from Arabic *'utur 'perfumes, aromas.' "
*Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=attar

odhr - "Definitions: a spiritual gift given to the first man and woman; inspired mental activity (Norse). Associated spellings/words: othroerir ['exciter of inspiration'] (Norse); uder ['utter'] (Old English)."

uter - "Definitions: either." (Latin)

VAPOR - "Definitions: steam." (Latin)

water - "Definitions: one of the eight symbols of Fo Hi (about 2800 B.C.), showing a series of three short parallel horizontal lines, where the middle [top and bottom?] line(s) is/are broken. Associated spellings/words: kan ['water'] (Chinese)."

OUTER - "outer late 14c., comparative of out (on analogy of inner), replacing by 18c. forms descended from O.E. uttera (comp. of O.E. ut 'out') which developed into utter and was no longer felt as connected with out. Outer space first attested 1901 in writings of H.G. Wells." *Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=outer&searchmode=none

OTHER - "Definitions: +one of two; the remaining (orig. one of two); existing besides OE.; different (as in ANOTHER) XIII. OE. other = OS. othar, andar, OHG. andar (Du. G. ander), ON. annarr, Goth. anthar : Gmc. *antheraz : IE. *anteros (compar. formation with *-teros); parallel to Skr. antara different, Lith. antras, based on IE. *an- as in Skr. anya- other. Hence otherwise (OE. on othre wisan)." [Based on: Oxford Con- cise Dictionary Of English Etymology (1996 paperback version), p. 327]

WOBBLE - "Definitions: move or cause to move with an irregular rocking motion."

WADDLE - "Definitions: walk with a rocking motion."

vadere - "Definitions: go." (Latin)

Ophrah - "Definitions: fawn." (Hebrew)

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

Ophelia - "Definitions: help." (Greek)

opheleo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'profiteth' [Matthew 15:5]. Other definitions include: prevailed, bettered, profit, advantaged. Associated spellings/ words: ophhlho; opheleia, opthelimos."

opheilo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'owed' [Matthew 18:28]; 'bound' [2 Thessalonians 2:13]. Other definitions include: to owe, legal or personal obligation, debt, debtor, due, guilty, owest, indebted, duty, ought, need, needs, should, behoved. Associated spellings/words: ophhilw; opheiletes, ophhileths ['debtor']; opheilema ['debt']."

ophrus - "Definitions: eyebrow (Greek). Associated spellings/words: ophrys."

obelisk - "Definitions: pointed pillar. Associated spellings/words: obelischos." (Greek)

upharsin - "Definitions: divided." (Aramaic)

oplon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'weapons' [John 18:3]. Other definitions include: armor; instruments; weapons of light. Associated spellings/words: hoplon."

opheilema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'debts' [Matthew 6:12]; 'debt' [Romans 4:4]. Associated spellings/words: opheilhma.

OBLIQUE - "Definitions: lying at a slanting angle; indirect. Associated spellings/words: ob ['before'] + liquis ['crooked'] (Latin)."

uparati - "Definitions: renunciation; daetachment from all worldly desires [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 467] (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: uparti."

opheiletes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'debtors' [Matthew 6:12]; 'sinnerrs' [Luke 13:4]; 'debtor' [Galatians 5:3]. Other definitions include: owed. Associated spellings/words: ophhileths; opheilema, opheilhma ['debt']; opheilo, ophhliw ['owed']."

huperephania - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pride' [Mark 7:22]. Other definitions included: arrogance. Associated spellings/words: uphrphpania, hyperephania; huperephanos."

wetterbaum - "Definitions: 'weather tree'; clouds." (German)

utch - "Definitions: to give an order, to command, to decree (Egyptian - Budge, p. 191). Assoc- iated spellings/words: utcht ['law, statutory decree, edict of a council'] (Egyptian - Budge, p. 192); utchat ['the eye of Horus, the eye of Ra, etc.'] (Egyptian - Budge, p. 194); tsvh ['commanded'] (Hebrew / Genesis 2:16, etc.)."

otoko - "Definitions: male." (Japanese)

upeksha - "Definitions: Almsgiving." (Sanskrit)

Utgard - "Definitions: another name for the realm of giants (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Utgard-Loki ['The Giant ruler of Utgard, a land beyond Asgard'] (Norse Mythology)."

udjat - "Definitions: "Sign for healing. .... The literal translation of the word udjat is, sound." (Egyptian)

Wadget - "Egyptian Zodiac sign 3 [October 28- November 26]: Goddess of the royal cobra; the symbol of knowledge. Those born under this sign are rational, cautious, conscien- tious, altruistic, ambitious and self-opinionated. Associated spellings/words: Wadjyt, Wadjit, Uto, Uatchet, Edjo." *Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/egyptian.html
*Link: http://www.ancientnile.co.uk/symbols.php - [T.D. 05/04/08]

Wedjat - "Definitions: "During his confrontations with the god Seth, Horus is said to have lost his left eye, which represented the moon. However, his wife, the goddess Hathor, rest- ored it. That is why the wedjat symbolizes healing. Extremely common as an amulet it represented strength, protection, perfection, and the act of 'making whole'. The literal translation of the word udjat is, sound." *Link: http://www.ancientnile.co.uk/symbols.php - [T.D. 05/04/08]

Wadjet - "Definitions: an ancient Egyptian goddess. Associated spelling/words: Buto, Edjo. (Greek)
*Links: http://www.nemo.nu/ibisportal/0egyptintro/1egypt/index.htm
              http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/religion/index.html - T.D. - 04/30/08

udghata - "Definitions: act of opening the curtain of the higher worlds."

Utchatti - "Definitions: Divine Eyes sacred to the Goddess Maat (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: Udjatti."

oft - "Definitions: often." (German)

opt - "Definitions: many times (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: upaya ['raft, boat']."

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

Up-uat - "Definitions: opener of the ways (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: Anubis, Anpu ['jackal']; Wepuat ['opener of the ways'] (Egyptian)."

ududa - "Definitions: who has given birth." (Sumerian)

upadhi - "Definitions: '... the primordial substance [mulaprakriti], which is the basis of the Upadhi or vehicle of every phenomenon, whether physical, mental, or psychic. It is the source from which Akasa radiates. (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1)."

Wahdat - "A Consciousness arose out of the Absolute, the consciousness of Existence. There was nothing of which the Absolute could be conscious, except Existence. This stage is called Wahdat. Out of this consciousness of existence a sense developed, a sense 'that I exist'. It was a development of the consciousness of existence. It was this development which formed the first Ego, the Logos, which is termed Wahdaniat by the Sufis."
[Based on: http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html]

Upadana - "Definitions: material cause, clinging, indulgence; the 9th Nidana." (Sanskrit)

optanomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'appeared' [Mark 9:4]. Associated spellings/words: optomai."

optomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'eye' [Matthew 5:29; 6:22]. Other definitions include: eyes. Associated spellings/words: optalmos."

wahdat al-wujud - "Definitions: 'unity of being'." ophthalmos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'eye' [Matthew 5:29; 6:22]. Other definitions include: eyes. Associated spellings/words: optalmos."

upodikos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'guilty' [Romans 3:19]. Other definitions include: account, accountable."











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