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Tocharian A: English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum and Todd B. Krause

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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1ST :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
2ND :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
3RD :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
ABLE :   <ya:t->   be able, be capable   --
1.23, 1.215, 2.316
ACCOMPLISH :   <wles->   accomplish, perform   --
3.38, 3.92, 4.37, 4.92, 5.38, 5.90
ACQUIRE :   <kälp->   acquire, attain   --
3.25, 3.80, 4.24, 4.80, 5.26, 5.79
ACTION :   <wles>   service, work, action   --
1.286, 2.156, 2.174, 2.206
ACTIVITY :   <wles>   service, work, activity   --
3.37, 3.91, 4.36
ADVANTAGE :   <pärko>   advantage, rise   --
2.72, 2.82, 2.101
ALL :   <puk>   all, every, whole   --
1.16, 1.61, 1.185, 1.228, 1.307, 2.9, 2.287, 2.307, 2.330
ALL :   <puk, pont->   all, every, whole   --
5.22
ALL :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
ALSO :   <pe>   also   --
1.98, 2.246
ALSO :   <penu>   also; even, in fact   --
3.76, 4.21, 4.75, 5.21, 5.75
ALSO :   <s'kam.>   and, also   --
1.36
ALSO :   <s'kam.>   and, also, and also   --
1.197, 2.53, 2.64, 2.99, 2.114
ALWAYS :   <skam>   always   --
2.258
AMONG :   <ywa:rcka: (ywa:rs'ka:)>   between, among, in the middle of   --
2.289
ANXIETY :   <praski>   anxiety, dread   --
1.49
ANY :   <sam.>   some, any   --
1.227
ANYWAY :   <nu>   now, even, anyway   --
1.299, 2.49, 2.139, 2.176, 2.182, 2.226, 2.269
ARM :   <poke>   arm   --
1.107
ART :   <amok>   art, skill   --
2.7, 2.48, 2.54, 2.88, 2.117, 2.132, 2.327
ARTISAN :   <amokäts>   artist, artisan   --
2.22, 2.66
ARTIST :   <amokäts>   artist, artisan   --
2.22, 2.66
ARTISTIC :   <amoks.i>   artistic   --
2.67
ASSURANCE :   <mn'e>   certitude, assurance (?)   --
2.46
ATTAIN :   <kälp>   attain   --
2.100
ATTAIN :   <kälp->   acquire, attain   --
3.25, 3.80, 4.24, 4.80, 5.26, 5.79
ATTAIN :   <kälp->   attain   --
1.17, 1.21, 1.184, 1.209, 2.95, 2.134
ATTAIN :   <yom->   attain   --
2.313
AWAY :   <lo>   away   --
2.40
AWAY :   <lya:->   wipe away   --
2.224
AWFUL :   <empele>   awful   --
1.175, 2.243
BALADVIPA :   <Baladvip>   Baladvipa (name of an island)   --
1.150
BARRIER :   <pratipakäs. (pratipaks.)>   barrier, opposing part; the opposite   --
1.301
BE :   <nas->   be   --
1.50, 1.234, 1.302, 2.83, 2.116, 3.12, 3.67, 4.12, 4.66, 5.12, 5.66
BE :   <s.->   be   --
1.251, 1.258
BE :   <ta:k->   be   --
1.273, 1.289
BEAUTY :   <traidha:tuk>   the world composed of three spheres (desire, beauty, non-beauty)   --
1.204
BECAUSE :   <k(u)yalte>   because, for   --
1.244, 2.11
BEGET :   <täm->   beget, produce   --
2.89
BEGINNING :   <cwal>   beginning (?)   --
2.285
BEND :   <näm->   bow, bend   --
1.38
BETWEEN :   <ywa:rcka: (ywa:rs'ka:)>   between, among, in the middle of   --
2.289
BEYOND :   <kätk->   go beyond, exceed   --
1.164, 1.178, 1.200, 1.201, 1.207
BEYOND :   <pät>   over, beyond (?)   --
2.100
BIG :   <s'a:we>   (only plural) big   --
1.174, 2.120
BIG :   <s'a:we>   (pl. forms only) big   --
1.285
BIRTH :   <sam.sa:r>   cycle of birth   --
1.205, 1.229
BLADE :   <pält>   blade, leaf   --
1.123
BLAME :   <na:käm>   blame   --
2.318
BODHISATTVA :   <Sarva:rthasiddhe>   Sarvathasiddhe, name of a Bodhisattva   --
1.79
BODHISATTVA :   <Siddha:rthe>   Siddhartha, name of the father of the Bodhisattva Sarvarthasiddha   --
1.76
BODHISATTVA :   <bodhisattu>   bodhisattva, a saint who foregoes Nirvana to help others   --
1.80
BOW :   <nam>   bow, obeisance   --
1.13
BOW :   <näm->   bow, bend   --
1.38
BUDDHA :   <Ka:s'yap>   Kasyap, name of a Buddha   --
5.63
BUDDHA :   <Kanakamuni>   Kanakamuni, name of a Buddha   --
5.9
BUDDHA :   <Krakasundi>   Krakasundi, name of a Buddha   --
4.63
BUDDHA :   <S'ikhi>   Shikhin, name of a Buddha   --
3.64
BUDDHA :   <Vipas'yi>   Vipasyin, name of a Buddha   --
3.9
BUDDHA :   <Vis'vabhu:>   Visvabhu, name of a Buddha   --
4.9
BUDDHA :   <pta:n'kät (pätta:n'kät)>   Buddha(lord)   --
3.11, 3.66, 4.11, 4.65, 5.11, 5.65
BUDDHA-DIGNITY :   <puttis'paräm.>   Buddha-dignity   --
1.211
BUDDHA-LORDSHIP :   <puttis'pars.i>   relating to Buddha-lordship   --
3.36, 3.90, 4.35
BUDDHA-LORDSHIP :   <puttis'paräm.>   Buddha-lordship, -majesty, -dignity   --
3.24, 3.79, 4.23, 4.79, 4.91, 5.25, 5.37, 5.78, 5.89
BULL :   <kayurs.>   bull   --
2.291
BY :   <os.en'i>   by night   --
2.220
BY :   <tämyo>   by this, from this, therefore   --
1.58, 1.303, 2.118, 2.326
BY :   <ykom.>   by day   --
2.219
CAMPAIGN :   <sa:rth>   caravan, campaign, troop   --
1.96
CAPABLE :   <ya:t->   be able, be capable   --
1.23, 1.215, 2.316
CARAVAN :   <sa:rth>   caravan, campaign, troop   --
1.96
CATTLE :   <s'emäl>   cattle, livestock   --
2.177, 2.183
CAUS. :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
CERTAINLY :   <s.akk>   certainly   --
2.141
CERTITUDE :   <mn'e>   certitude, assurance (?)   --
2.46
CHAFF :   <psäl>   chaff   --
1.248, 1.282, 1.287
CLOTHE :   <wäs->   clothe   --
1.257
COALESCE :   <ritw->   coalesce   --
2.199
COME :   <käm->   come   --
1.41
COME :   <pyutk->   make come into being, produce   --
1.254, 2.69, 2.86
COMMERCE :   <kuryar>   commerce   --
2.180
COMPASSIONATE :   <ka:run.ik>   compassionate, merciful   --
3.77
COMPLETE :   <ypic>   full, complete   --
1.94
COMPOSED :   <traidha:tuk>   the world composed of three spheres (desire, beauty, non-beauty)   --
1.204
CONFIDENTLY :   <spa:nte>   confidently   --
2.294
CONQUER :   <yuk->   conquer, overcome   --
1.18
CONTROL :   <akälyme>   under the control of   --
2.309
COTTON :   <kappa:n'>   (pl.) cotton plant (?)   --
1.271
COVER :   <räk->   cover oneself, be covered   --
1.133, 1.162
COVERED :   <räk->   cover oneself, be covered   --
1.133, 1.162
CREATURE :   <wras(om)>   (living) creature, man   --
1.46, 1.246, 2.8, 2.30, 2.93, 2.268, 2.311, 2.332
CRYSTAL :   <spes.i>   rock-crystalline, of rock crystal   --
1.166
CUT :   <kärs.t->   cut off   --
2.47
CYCLE :   <sam.sa:r>   cycle of birth   --
1.205, 1.229
DANGER :   <n'a:tse>   hardship, danger   --
2.159
DAY :   <kom.>   day, sun   --
1.101, 1.106, 1.110, 1.121
DAY :   <ykom.>   by day   --
2.219
DECORATION :   <yetwe>   jewelry, decoration   --
1.256
DECREASE :   <wik->   decrease   --
1.188
DEMON :   <yakäs.>   (type of) demon   --
1.148
DESCEND :   <ka:rp->   step down to, descend   --
1.82, 1.128
DESIRE :   <traidha:tuk>   the world composed of three spheres (desire, beauty, non-beauty)   --
1.204
DESPICABLE :   <appärma:t>   despicable   --
1.213
DESTROY :   <näk->   perish, destroy   --
1.270, 1.284, 2.41, 2.51
DIE :   <käs->   expire, die   --
3.51, 3.106, 4.50, 4.104, 5.50, 5.102
DIE :   <wäl->   die   --
2.308
DIGNITY :   <puttis'paräm.>   Buddha-lordship, -majesty, -dignity   --
3.24, 3.79, 4.23, 4.79, 4.91, 5.25, 5.37, 5.78, 5.89
DIRECTION :   <kälyme>   direction, path, path to heaven   --
1.9, 2.23, 2.208
DITCH :   <ys.am.>   ditch, moat   --
1.163
DOMAIN :   <nis.pal>   domain, holdings   --
1.33, 2.39, 2.52, 2.136, 2.140, 2.202, 2.218, 2.235
DOWN :   <ka:rp->   step down to, descend   --
1.82, 1.128
DREAD :   <praski>   anxiety, dread   --
1.49
EARLIER :   <nes.>   earlier, prior   --
1.74, 1.245, 2.133
EARTH :   <tkam.>   earth   --
1.134, 2.173
EAT :   <s'u-, s'wa:->   eat   --
1.250
EIGHT :   <okät>   eight   --
3.5, 4.100, 5.24
EMPHASIZING :   <ats>   (emphasizing particle), even, indeed   --
2.141, 2.257
EMPHATIC :   <-k>   (emphatic particle), indeed, even   --
1.196, 2.70
END :   <a:ral>   end (?)   --
2.286
ENEMY :   <yäslu>   enemy   --
1.20, 1.39
ENERGETIC :   <tsras.i>   energetic   --
1.7, 1.31, 1.34, 1.40, 1.43, 1.44, 1.47, 1.202
ENERGETIC :   <wärs.s.älts>   strong, energetic   --
1.212
ENERGY :   <tsras.s.une>   energy   --
1.15, 1.60, 1.72, 1.206, 1.217, 1.300, 1.304
ENJOY :   <wärp->   enjoy   --
2.154, 2.304
ESTEEM :   <yna:n'mune>   esteem   --
1.12
EVEN :   <-k>   (emphatic particle), indeed, even   --
1.196, 2.70
EVEN :   <ats>   (emphasizing particle), even, indeed   --
2.141, 2.257
EVEN :   <nu>   now, even, anyway   --
1.299, 2.49, 2.139, 2.176, 2.182, 2.226, 2.269
EVEN :   <penu>   also; even, in fact   --
3.76, 4.21, 4.75, 5.21, 5.75
EVERY :   <puk>   all, every, whole   --
1.16, 1.61, 1.185, 1.228, 1.307, 2.9, 2.287, 2.307, 2.330
EVERY :   <puk, pont->   all, every, whole   --
5.22
EVIL :   <omäskem.>   evil   --
2.244
EXCEED :   <kätk->   go beyond, exceed   --
1.164, 1.178, 1.200, 1.201, 1.207
EXCELLENT :   <pruccamo>   excellent, superior   --
1.62, 1.308, 2.10, 2.331
EXPIRE :   <käs->   expire, die   --
3.51, 3.106, 4.50, 4.104, 5.50, 5.102
FACT :   <penu>   also; even, in fact   --
3.76, 4.21, 4.75, 5.21, 5.75
FAME :   <klyu>   fame   --
1.6, 2.21
FAR :   <kosprem.>   how much?, how far?   --
2.63
FATHER :   <Siddha:rthe>   Siddhartha, name of the father of the Bodhisattva Sarvarthasiddha   --
1.76
FEW :   <tsru>   few, small   --
1.214
FIFTH :   <pänt>   fifth   --
2.98, 2.185
FINALLY :   <torim.>   finally   --
1.183, 1.210
FIRE :   <por>   fire   --
2.43, 2.273
FIVE :   <pän'>   five   --
1.130, 2.71, 2.203, 3.34, 4.33
FLATTER :   <pot->   flatter   --
2.28
FLATTERY :   <poto>   flattery, obeisance   --
1.14
FOREGOES :   <bodhisattu>   bodhisattva, a saint who foregoes Nirvana to help others   --
1.80
FORMS :   <s'a:we>   (pl. forms only) big   --
1.285
FOUR :   <s'twar>   four   --
1.160, 1.165, 2.142, 3.33, 3.88, 3.101, 4.59, 5.98
FOURTH :   <s'tärt>   fourth   --
2.96, 2.161, 2.181
FRIEND :   <ort>   friend (?)   --
2.283
FRIENDSHIP :   <ortune>   friendship   --
2.94
FULL :   <ypic>   full, complete   --
1.94
GARMENT :   <wsa:l>   garment   --
1.255
GATHER :   <krop->   gather   --
1.268, 2.29, 2.137, 2.138, 2.204, 2.217
GENITIVE :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
GIFT :   <el>   gift   --
2.303
GIVE :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
GIVE :   <wäs->   give   --
2.302
GLOW :   <sälp->   glow   --
2.272
GO :   <i->   go   --
1.85, 1.146, 1.151, 2.207, 3.52, 3.107, 4.51, 4.77, 4.105, 5.51, 5.103
GO :   <kälk->   go   --
1.104, 1.108, 1.112, 1.129, 1.135, 2.310
GO :   <kätk->   go beyond, exceed   --
1.164, 1.178, 1.200, 1.201, 1.207
GOD :   <n'kät>   god   --
2.315
GODLY :   <n'äkci>   godly, heavenly   --
2.112
GOOD :   <ka:su>   good   --
1.5, 1.59, 1.208, 2.20, 2.162, 4.76
GROW :   <tsäm->   grow   --
2.184, 2.221
GUARD :   <pa:s->   guard   --
1.173, 2.38, 2.178
HARD :   <ma:ski>   hard   --
1.199
HARDSHIP :   <n'a:tse>   hardship, danger   --
2.159
HARM :   <ka:ryap>   harm   --
1.230
HE :   <säm, sa:m, täm>   the; he, she, it   --
3.20, 3.75, 4.20, 4.74, 5.20, 5.74
HE :   <säm, sa:m, täm>   the; he, she, it, they   --
1.297, 2.119, 2.205, 2.290
HEAVEN :   <kälyme>   direction, path, path to heaven   --
1.9, 2.23, 2.208
HEAVENLY :   <n'äkci>   godly, heavenly   --
2.112
HELP :   <bodhisattu>   bodhisattva, a saint who foregoes Nirvana to help others   --
1.80
HER :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
HERE :   <säs, sa:s, täs.>   this, this here   --
2.197
HIS :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
HOLDINGS :   <nis.pal>   domain, holdings   --
1.33, 2.39, 2.52, 2.136, 2.140, 2.202, 2.218, 2.235
HOUSE :   <was.t>   house   --
1.172, 2.110, 2.153, 2.195
HOW :   <kosprem.>   how much?, how far?   --
2.63
HUMAN :   <wrasom>   living being, human, man   --
3.7, 3.62, 4.7, 4.61, 5.7, 5.61
IF :   <kuprene>   when, if   --
2.312
INDEED :   <-k>   (emphatic particle), indeed, even   --
1.196, 2.70
INDEED :   <ats>   (emphasizing particle), even, indeed   --
2.141, 2.257
INDEFINITE :   <-ne>   (indefinite marker), (relative marker)   --
2.65, 2.223
INTO :   <pyutk->   make come into being, produce   --
1.254, 2.69, 2.86
ISLAND :   <Baladvip>   Baladvipa (name of an island)   --
1.150
ISLAND :   <dvip>   island   --
1.145
ISLAND :   <pran`k>   island   --
1.84
IT :   <säm, sa:m, täm>   the; he, she, it   --
3.20, 3.75, 4.20, 4.74, 5.20, 5.74
IT :   <säm, sa:m, täm>   the; he, she, it, they   --
1.297, 2.119, 2.205, 2.290
ITS :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
JAMBUDVIPA :   <Jambudvip>   Jambudvipa   --
1.97, 1.186
JEWEL :   <n'emi>   jewel   --
1.93
JEWEL :   <wma:r>   jewel, pearl   --
1.182
JEWELRY :   <yetwe>   jewelry, decoration   --
1.256
JEWELS :   <n'emis.i>   related to jewels, of jewels   --
1.83
JOY :   <ka:cke>   joy   --
2.90
KANAKAMUNI :   <Kanakamuni>   Kanakamuni, name of a Buddha   --
5.9
KASYAP :   <Ka:s'yap>   Kasyap, name of a Buddha   --
5.63
KING :   <Sa:gare>   Sagara (name of a king)   --
1.169, 1.179
KING :   <la:n'ci>   kingly, of a king   --
1.171
KING :   <wäl>   king   --
1.77, 1.170, 1.180, 2.44
KINGLY :   <la:n'ci>   kingly, of a king   --
1.171
KNOW :   <kna:->   know   --
5.23
KRAKASUNDI :   <Krakasundi>   Krakasundi, name of a Buddha   --
4.63
LAND :   <ype>   land   --
2.240
LATER :   <särki>   thereupon, later   --
2.158
LAY :   <ta:->   set, lay   --
2.163, 2.187, 2.237
LEAF :   <pält>   blade, leaf   --
1.123
LEAVE :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
LEFT :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
LIFE :   <s'ol>   life   --
3.8, 3.49, 3.63, 3.103, 4.8, 4.48, 4.62, 4.102, 5.8, 5.48, 5.62, 5.100
LIKE :   <oki>   like, as   --
2.292
LIVESTOCK :   <s'emäl>   cattle, livestock   --
2.177, 2.183
LIVING :   <wras(om)>   (living) creature, man   --
1.46, 1.246, 2.8, 2.30, 2.93, 2.268, 2.311, 2.332
LIVING :   <wrasom>   living being, human, man   --
3.7, 3.62, 4.7, 4.61, 5.7, 5.61
LOCATED :   <mäsk->   be located, be   --
2.27, 2.73, 2.91, 2.102, 2.241
LOCATED :   <spa:rtw->   turn (intrans.), be located   --
1.231
LOCATION :   <lame>   place, location   --
2.314
LORD :   <pta:n'kät (pätta:n'kät)>   Buddha(lord)   --
3.11, 3.66, 4.11, 4.65, 5.11, 5.65
LOTUS :   <oppal>   lotus   --
1.124, 1.126, 1.127
MAJESTY :   <puttis'paräm.>   Buddha-lordship, -majesty, -dignity   --
3.24, 3.79, 4.23, 4.79, 4.91, 5.25, 5.37, 5.78, 5.89
MAKE :   <pyutk->   make come into being, produce   --
1.254, 2.69, 2.86
MAKE :   <ya:m>   make   --
1.99
MAKE :   <ya:m->   make   --
1.216, 2.26, 2.143, 2.255, 2.259, 2.261, 2.264, 2.265, 2.267
MAN :   <wras(om)>   (living) creature, man   --
1.46, 1.246, 2.8, 2.30, 2.93, 2.268, 2.311, 2.332
MAN :   <wrasom>   living being, human, man   --
3.7, 3.62, 4.7, 4.61, 5.7, 5.61
MANIFESTLY :   <pa:kär>   overtly, manifestly, visibly   --
1.272, 1.288
MANNER :   <wkäm.>   manner, type   --
1.160, 1.165, 2.203
MARKER :   <-ne>   (indefinite marker), (relative marker)   --
2.65, 2.223
MATTER :   <wram>   thing, matter   --
1.233, 2.68, 2.85, 2.256, 2.262, 2.266
MEASURE :   <yärm>   measure   --
1.214
MERCIFUL :   <ka:run.ik>   compassionate, merciful   --
3.77
METRICAL :   <S'uris.in>   (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.124
METRICAL :   <kuma...>   ... (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.12
MIDDLE :   <ywa:rcka: (ywa:rs'ka:)>   between, among, in the middle of   --
2.289
MILE :   <kursär>   mile, vehicle   --
1.131
MOAT :   <ys.am.>   ditch, moat   --
1.163
MONSTER :   <ra:ks.ats>   (type of) monster   --
1.144
MOREOVER :   <s'ka:>   still, yet, moreover   --
3.104
MUCH :   <kosne>   as, as much (as), as often (as)   --
1.235
MUCH :   <kosprem.>   how much?, how far?   --
2.63
MUCH :   <ma:k>   much   --
1.32, 1.35
MUCH :   <täprem.>   so (much)   --
1.226, 2.70
MUD :   <lyom>   mud   --
1.111
MY :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
NAME :   <Baladvip>   Baladvipa (name of an island)   --
1.150
NAME :   <Ka:s'yap>   Kasyap, name of a Buddha   --
5.63
NAME :   <Kanakamuni>   Kanakamuni, name of a Buddha   --
5.9
NAME :   <Krakasundi>   Krakasundi, name of a Buddha   --
4.63
NAME :   <S'ikhi>   Shikhin, name of a Buddha   --
3.64
NAME :   <S'ilpava:m.>   Shilpavant (name of a prince)   --
2.5
NAME :   <S'uris.in>   (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.124
NAME :   <Sa:gare>   Sagara (name of a king)   --
1.169, 1.179
NAME :   <Sarva:rthasiddhe>   Sarvathasiddhe, name of a Bodhisattva   --
1.79
NAME :   <Siddha:rthe>   Siddhartha, name of the father of the Bodhisattva Sarvarthasiddha   --
1.76
NAME :   <Vipas'yi>   Vipasyin, name of a Buddha   --
3.9
NAME :   <Vis'vabhu:>   Visvabhu, name of a Buddha   --
4.9
NAME :   <kuma...>   ... (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.12
NAME :   <n'om>   name   --
1.6, 2.21, 3.10, 3.65, 4.10, 4.64, 5.10, 5.64
NECK :   <kn'uk>   neck   --
1.102
NET :   <sopi>   net   --
1.168
NIGHT :   <os.en'i>   by night   --
2.220
NINE :   <n'u>   nine   --
3.23
NIRVANA :   <bodhisattu>   bodhisattva, a saint who foregoes Nirvana to help others   --
1.80
NO :   <ma:>   no, not   --
1.48, 1.213, 1.225, 2.50, 2.236, 2.238, 2.242, 2.245, 2.260
NO :   <mar>   no, not   --
2.263
NON-BEAUTY :   <traidha:tuk>   the world composed of three spheres (desire, beauty, non-beauty)   --
1.204
NOT :   <ma:>   no, not   --
1.48, 1.213, 1.225, 2.50, 2.236, 2.238, 2.242, 2.245, 2.260
NOT :   <mar>   no, not   --
2.263
NOVICE :   <s.a:mner>   novice   --
1.198
NOW :   <nu>   now, even, anyway   --
1.299, 2.49, 2.139, 2.176, 2.182, 2.226, 2.269
NUMBERS :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
OBEISANCE :   <nam>   bow, obeisance   --
1.13
OBEISANCE :   <poto>   flattery, obeisance   --
1.14
OCEAN :   <sa:mudtär>   ocean   --
1.81, 1.203
OFF :   <kärs.t->   cut off   --
2.47
OFTEN :   <kosne>   as, as much (as), as often (as)   --
1.235
OLD :   <mok>   old   --
2.234
ONE :   <a:käls.äl>   (one) to be taught, student   --
2.97
ONE :   <sas, säm.>   one   --
2.81, 2.151, 2.171
ONESELF :   <räk->   cover oneself, be covered   --
1.133, 1.162
ONLY :   <s'a:we>   (only plural) big   --
1.174, 2.120
ONLY :   <s'a:we>   (pl. forms only) big   --
1.285
ONLY :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
OPINION :   <pältsäk>   thought, opinion   --
1.309, 2.329
OPINION :   <pältsäk>   thought, opinion   --
1.64
OPPOSING :   <pratipakäs. (pratipaks.)>   barrier, opposing part; the opposite   --
1.301
OPPOSITE :   <pratipakäs. (pratipaks.)>   barrier, opposing part; the opposite   --
1.301
OR :   <pat>   or   --
2.225
OTHER :   <a:lak>   other   --
1.232
OTHERS :   <bodhisattu>   bodhisattva, a saint who foregoes Nirvana to help others   --
1.80
OVER :   <a:suk>   over   --
1.177
OVER :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
OVER :   <pät>   over, beyond (?)   --
2.100
OVER :   <s'u>   over   --
2.239
OVERCOME :   <yuk->   conquer, overcome   --
1.18
OVERTLY :   <pa:kär>   overtly, manifestly, visibly   --
1.272, 1.288
OWN :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
PART :   <pa:k>   part   --
2.142, 2.152, 2.201
PART :   <pratipakäs. (pratipaks.)>   barrier, opposing part; the opposite   --
1.301
PARTICLE :   <-k>   (emphatic particle), indeed, even   --
1.196, 2.70
PARTICLE :   <ats>   (emphasizing particle), even, indeed   --
2.141, 2.257
PATH :   <kälyme>   direction, path, path to heaven   --
1.9, 2.23, 2.208
PEARL :   <wma:r>   jewel, pearl   --
1.182
PERFORM :   <wles>   perform   --
1.247, 1.281
PERFORM :   <wles->   accomplish, perform   --
3.38, 3.92, 4.37, 4.92, 5.38, 5.90
PERFORM :   <wles->   perform   --
2.84, 2.157
PERISH :   <näk->   perish, destroy   --
1.270, 1.284, 2.41, 2.51
PERSONS :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
PERSONS :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
PERTAINING :   <-puklyi>   yearly, pertaining to the year   --
3.23, 3.78, 4.22, 4.78, 5.24, 5.77
PLACE :   <lame>   place, location   --
2.314
PLANT :   <kappa:n'>   (pl.) cotton plant (?)   --
1.271
PLURAL :   <s'a:we>   (only plural) big   --
1.174, 2.120
POSSESSION :   <akäm.tsune>   possession   --
2.100
POVERTY :   <ekrorn'e>   poverty   --
1.187
POWERFUL :   <tampewa:ts>   powerful   --
2.247
PRAISE :   <a:s.a:nik>   worthy (of praise)   --
3.22, 5.76
PRECIOUS :   <cinta:man.i>   'wish-jewel' (a type of precious stone)   --
1.181
PRINCE :   <S'ilpava:m.>   Shilpavant (name of a prince)   --
2.5
PRIOR :   <nes.>   earlier, prior   --
1.74, 1.245, 2.133
PRODUCE :   <pyutk->   make come into being, produce   --
1.254, 2.69, 2.86
PRODUCE :   <täm->   beget, produce   --
2.89
PRONOMINAL :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
PROTECTION :   <waste>   protection   --
1.45
QUICKLY :   <yma:r>   quickly   --
1.19, 1.22
READY :   <a:rwar>   ready   --
1.253
REFLEXIVE :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
RELATED :   <n'emis.i>   related to jewels, of jewels   --
1.83
RELATING :   <puttis'pars.i>   relating to Buddha-lordship   --
3.36, 3.90, 4.35
RELATION :   <s.n'as.s.e>   relation, relative   --
1.37, 2.282, 2.288
RELATIVE :   <-ne>   (indefinite marker), (relative marker)   --
2.65, 2.223
RELATIVE :   <s.n'as.s.e>   relation, relative   --
1.37, 2.282, 2.288
REMAIN :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
REVERENCE :   <yärk>   reverence   --
1.11, 1.42, 2.25
RICE :   <klu>   rice   --
1.249, 1.267, 1.283
RISE :   <pärko>   advantage, rise   --
2.72, 2.82, 2.101
ROAR :   <nu->   roar   --
2.293
ROCK :   <spes.i>   rock-crystalline, of rock crystal   --
1.166
ROCK-CRYSTALLINE :   <spes.i>   rock-crystalline, of rock crystal   --
1.166
ROOT :   <tsma:r>   root   --
2.55, 2.115
SAGARA :   <Sa:gare>   Sagara (name of a king)   --
1.169, 1.179
SAINT :   <bodhisattu>   bodhisattva, a saint who foregoes Nirvana to help others   --
1.80
SAME :   <sam>   same (as)   --
2.306
SARVARTHASIDDHA :   <Siddha:rthe>   Siddhartha, name of the father of the Bodhisattva Sarvarthasiddha   --
1.76
SARVATHASIDDHE :   <Sarva:rthasiddhe>   Sarvathasiddhe, name of a Bodhisattva   --
1.79
SAY :   <trän`k->   say   --
2.6
SAY :   <wen'->   say   --
2.123
SECOND :   <wät>   second   --
2.87, 2.175
SEE :   <pälk->   see   --
2.160
SEIZE :   <ents->   seize   --
2.284
SERPENT :   <a:rs.al>   serpent   --
1.132, 1.161
SERPENT :   <na:k>   serpent   --
1.176
SERVICE :   <wles>   service, work, action   --
1.286, 2.156, 2.174, 2.206
SERVICE :   <wles>   service, work, activity   --
3.37, 3.91, 4.36
SET :   <ta:->   set, lay   --
2.163, 2.187, 2.237
SEVEN :   <s.pät>   seven   --
1.100, 1.105, 1.109, 1.120, 3.60
SHE :   <säm, sa:m, täm>   the; he, she, it   --
3.20, 3.75, 4.20, 4.74, 5.20, 5.74
SHE :   <säm, sa:m, täm>   the; he, she, it, they   --
1.297, 2.119, 2.205, 2.290
SHIKHIN :   <S'ikhi>   Shikhin, name of a Buddha   --
3.64
SHILPAVANT :   <S'ilpava:m.>   Shilpavant (name of a prince)   --
2.5
SHINE :   <pälk->   shine   --
2.270
SHIP :   <olyi>   ship   --
1.95
SIDDHARTHA :   <Siddha:rthe>   Siddhartha, name of the father of the Bodhisattva Sarvarthasiddha   --
1.76
SIT :   <läm->   sit   --
2.111, 2.196
SIX :   <s.äk>   six   --
2.198, 3.47, 3.78, 4.5, 5.35, 5.46, 5.77
SIXTH :   <s.käs.t>   sixth   --
2.186
SKILL :   <amok>   art, skill   --
2.7, 2.48, 2.54, 2.88, 2.117, 2.132, 2.327
SLOTH :   <a:la:sune>   sloth   --
1.236, 1.298
SLOTHFUL :   <a:la:s>   slothful   --
1.266
SMALL :   <tsru>   few, small   --
1.214
SO :   <mäm.tne (mätne)>   as, so as, so as to   --
2.222, 2.271, 2.305
SO :   <tam.ne>   so   --
2.122, 2.216
SO :   <tämne>   so, thus   --
1.73
SO :   <täprem.>   so (much)   --
1.226, 2.70
SOME :   <sam.>   some, any   --
1.227
SON :   <se>   son   --
1.78
SPARE :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
SPHERES :   <traidha:tuk>   the world composed of three spheres (desire, beauty, non-beauty)   --
1.204
SPREAD :   <sätk->   spread   --
1.10, 2.24
STEP :   <ka:rp->   step down to, descend   --
1.82, 1.128
STILL :   <s'ka:>   still, yet, moreover   --
3.104
STONE :   <cinta:man.i>   'wish-jewel' (a type of precious stone)   --
1.181
STRONG :   <wärs.s.älts>   strong, energetic   --
1.212
STUDENT :   <a:käls.äl>   (one) to be taught, student   --
2.97
SUFFIX :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
SUN :   <kom.>   day, sun   --
1.101, 1.106, 1.110, 1.121
SUPERIOR :   <pruccamo>   excellent, superior   --
1.62, 1.308, 2.10, 2.331
TAUGHT :   <a:käls.äl>   (one) to be taught, student   --
2.97
TEACHER :   <käs.s.i>   teacher   --
2.121, 3.21
TEN :   <s'äk>   ten   --
1.8
TEN :   <tma:m.>   ten thousand   --
3.5, 3.23, 3.33, 3.46, 3.60, 3.78, 3.88, 3.100, 4.5, 4.22, 4.32, 4.45, 4.59, 4.78, 4.88, 5.5, 5.34, 5.59, 5.87
THEIR :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281
THEM :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
THEN :   <tmäs.>   thereupon, then   --
1.143, 1.147, 1.149, 1.159, 2.135
THEREFORE :   <tämyo>   by this, from this, therefore   --
1.58, 1.303, 2.118, 2.326
THEREUPON :   <särki>   thereupon, later   --
2.158
THEREUPON :   <tmäs.>   thereupon, then   --
1.143, 1.147, 1.149, 1.159, 2.135
THEY :   <säm, sa:m, täm>   the; he, she, it, they   --
1.297, 2.119, 2.205, 2.290
THIEF :   <lyäk>   thief   --
2.45
THING :   <wram>   thing, matter   --
1.233, 2.68, 2.85, 2.256, 2.262, 2.266
THIRD :   <trit>   third   --
2.92, 2.179
THIS :   <säs, sa:s, täs.>   this, this here   --
2.197
THIS :   <tämyo>   by this, from this, therefore   --
1.58, 1.303, 2.118, 2.326
THOUGHT :   <pältsäk>   thought, opinion   --
1.309, 2.329
THOUGHT :   <pältsäk>   thought, opinion   --
1.64
THOUSAND :   <tma:m.>   ten thousand   --
3.5, 3.23, 3.33, 3.46, 3.60, 3.78, 3.88, 3.100, 4.5, 4.22, 4.32, 4.45, 4.59, 4.78, 4.88, 5.5, 5.34, 5.59, 5.87
THOUSAND :   <wälts>   thousand   --
1.122
THOUSAND :   <wälts>   thousand   --
3.23, 3.34, 3.47, 3.78, 3.101, 4.22, 4.33, 4.46, 4.89, 4.100, 5.24, 5.35, 5.46, 5.77, 5.98
THREAD :   <klum.ts>   thread   --
1.167
THREE :   <traidha:tuk>   the world composed of three spheres (desire, beauty, non-beauty)   --
1.204
THREE :   <tre, tri>   three   --
4.22, 4.32, 5.5
THUS :   <tämne>   so, thus   --
1.73
TIME :   <pras.t>   time   --
1.75
TOGETHER :   <s'la>   (together) with   --
1.196
TROOP :   <sa:rth>   caravan, campaign, troop   --
1.96
TURN :   <spa:rtw->   turn (intrans.), be located   --
1.231
TWO :   <wu, we>   two   --
2.155, 4.46, 4.88, 4.89, 5.59
TYPE :   <S'uris.in>   (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.124
TYPE :   <cinta:man.i>   'wish-jewel' (a type of precious stone)   --
1.181
TYPE :   <kuma...>   ... (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.12
TYPE :   <ra:ks.ats>   (type of) monster   --
1.144
TYPE :   <wkäm.>   manner, type   --
1.160, 1.165, 2.203
TYPE :   <yakäs.>   (type of) demon   --
1.148
UNDER :   <akälyme>   under the control of   --
2.309
UP :   <lip->   remain, be left over; (caus.) leave (over), give up/over, spare   --
3.50, 3.105, 4.49, 4.103, 5.49, 5.101
US :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
VEHICLE :   <kursär>   mile, vehicle   --
1.131
VERSE :   <S'uris.in>   (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.124
VERSE :   <kuma...>   ... (name of a type of metrical verse)   --
2.12
VIPASYIN :   <Vipas'yi>   Vipasyin, name of a Buddha   --
3.9
VISIBLY :   <pa:kär>   overtly, manifestly, visibly   --
1.272, 1.288
VISVABHU :   <Vis'vabhu:>   Visvabhu, name of a Buddha   --
4.9
WATER :   <wär>   water   --
1.103, 1.125, 2.42, 2.172
WHEN :   <kuprene>   when, if   --
2.312
WHICH :   <kusne>   which   --
2.200
WHO :   <bodhisattu>   bodhisattva, a saint who foregoes Nirvana to help others   --
1.80
WHOLE :   <puk>   all, every, whole   --
1.16, 1.61, 1.185, 1.228, 1.307, 2.9, 2.287, 2.307, 2.330
WHOLE :   <puk, pont->   all, every, whole   --
5.22
WIPE :   <lya:->   wipe away   --
2.224
WISH-JEWEL :   <cinta:man.i>   'wish-jewel' (a type of precious stone)   --
1.181
WISH-TREE :   <kalpavr.käs.>   "wish-tree"   --
1.252, 1.269
WITHOUT :   <sne>   without   --
1.247, 1.248, 1.281, 1.282, 2.317
WORK :   <wles>   service, work, action   --
1.286, 2.156, 2.174, 2.206
WORK :   <wles>   service, work, activity   --
3.37, 3.91, 4.36
WORLD :   <a:rkis'os.i>   world   --
1.306, 2.113
WORLD :   <traidha:tuk>   the world composed of three spheres (desire, beauty, non-beauty)   --
1.204
WORTHY :   <a:s.a:m.>   worthy   --
2.305
WORTHY :   <a:s.a:nik>   worthy (of praise)   --
3.22, 5.76
YEAR :   <-puklyi>   yearly, pertaining to the year   --
3.23, 3.78, 4.22, 4.78, 5.24, 5.77
YEAR :   <p(u)käl>   year   --
3.6, 3.35, 3.48, 3.61, 3.89, 3.102, 4.6, 4.34, 4.47, 4.60, 4.90, 4.101, 5.6, 5.36, 5.47, 5.60, 5.88, 5.99
YEARLY :   <-puklyi>   yearly, pertaining to the year   --
3.23, 3.78, 4.22, 4.78, 5.24, 5.77
YET :   <s'ka:>   still, yet, moreover   --
3.104
YOU :   <-m, -äm>   (pronominal suffix for 1st, 2nd, 3rd persons pl.) us, you, them   --
1.258, 1.270, 1.273, 1.284, 1.289, 2.73, 2.83, 2.86, 2.91, 2.102
YOUR :   <s.n'i>   (genitive only, reflexive for all numbers and persons) my, your, their, his (own), her (own), its (own)   --
2.281