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Topic: Indo -Europena Languages
Posted By: ranjithvnambiar
Subject: Indo -Europena Languages
Date Posted: 04 Aug 2010 at 01:11
Lots of Common words and cognates are known to be there in Sanskrit ,Latin and other european languages...



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Posted By: ranjithvnambiar
Date Posted: 04 Aug 2010 at 01:13

Sanskrit

Latin

English

Greek

Pitar

Pater

Father

Patros

Matar

Mater

Mother

Matros

Pancha

Quinque

Five

Pente

Sapta

Septem

Seven

Hepta

Dasan

Decem

Decimal
or Ten

Deka

Bhurja

 

Birch

 

Pac

 

Bake

Pesso

Madhu
Sweet

 

Mead

Methu

Asti

Est

Is

Esti

Damas

Domus

Domicile

Domos

Bharami
bear (a burden etc)

Fero

Bear

Phero

Aham

Ego

Ego

Ego

Dwaar

 

Door

 

Braata

 

Brother

 

Astau

Okto

Eight

Okto

Trayas

tres

Three 
or Tri

Treis

Ayas

 

Iron

 

Vrkas

 

Wulf
old English for wolf)

Lukhos

Eka

Oinos

One

Oinos

Dva

Duo

Two

Duo

Chatvaras

Quattuor

Four

Tettores

Sas

Sex

Six

Hex

Nava

Novem

Nine

Ennea

Patha

 

Path

 

Sarpa

 

Serpent

 

Gow

 

Cow

 

Mooshak

Muus

Mouse
Muus old English

Muus

Svasri

 

Sister

 

Sun

 

Son

 

Danta

 

Dental

 

Surya

 

Sun

 

Taru

 

Tree

 

Shani -Slow moving planet

 

Saturn

 

Unapexita

 

Unexpected

 

Hard-Hriday

 

Heart

 

Nabhi

 

Navel

 

Agni

Ignis

Ignite

 

Hantar (killer)

 

Hunter

 

Naas,Nasika

Naas

Nose (nasal)

 

Nisha

 

Night

 

Vahan

 

Vehicle

 

Yog

 

Yoke (to join)

 

Pratham

 

Proto (first)

 

Vacha

 

Vocal

 

Hasta

 

Hand

 

Santa

 

Saint

 

Kroora

 

Cruel

 

Tat (Tat Tvam Asi)

 

That

 

Janan (generate)

 

Generate

 

Loka (place)

 

Location

 

Daman

 

Dominate

 

Tri-kona-miti

 

Trigonometry

Trigonometry

Mia (Me)

 

Me

 

Mana

 

Mind

 

Asi

 

Yes

Si?

Axa

 

Axis

 

Duhita

 

Daughter

 

Sweda

 

Sweat

 

Para

Para

Pre-fix e.g.'Para-psychology'

 

Peen (pointed)

 

Pin

 

Kedar

 

Cedar(tree)

 

Widhur

 

Widow

 

Katika

 

Cart

 

Prithak

 

Part (section)

 

Nau
Boat

 

Navy

 

Vid=know
Vidya=knowledge
Veda=knowledge based scriptures

Videre

Witan(old English) Be aware
Wit-  Wise

 



Posted By: King John
Date Posted: 05 Aug 2010 at 11:00
What's that point of this?  We have had these discussions numerous times on this forum.


Posted By: ranjithvnambiar
Date Posted: 05 Aug 2010 at 15:10
Originally posted by King John King John wrote:

What's that point of this?  We have had these discussions numerous times on this forum.
What do you mean..? Are we not supposed to have any more discussion on this..?


Posted By: Flipper
Date Posted: 05 Aug 2010 at 18:29
Yes, it is impressive how IE languages relate to each other. That is what is most interesting for me right now and that's why my personal little project is all about that. I'm currently compiling slowly a PIE dictionary alongside with other early IE languages. Right now, I focus on Lydian and Lycian. One day i hope to finish with Sanskrit as well.

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Posted By: Flipper
Date Posted: 05 Aug 2010 at 18:43

Sanskrit

Latin

English

Greek

Pitar

Pater

Father

Pater

Matar

Mater

Mother

Meter, Mater

Pancha

Quinque

Five

Pente

Sapta

Septem

Seven

Hepta

Dasan

Decem

Decimal
or Ten

Deka

Bhurja

 

Birch

 

Pac

 

Bake

Pesso

Madhu
Sweet

 

Mead

Methu

Asti

Est

Is

Esti

Damas

Domus

Domicile

Domos

Bharami
bear (a burden etc)

Fero

Bear

Phero

Aham

Ego

Ego

Ego

Dwaar

 

Door

 Thura

Braata

 

Brother

 Phrater

Astau

Okto

Eight

Okto

Trayas

tres

Three 
or Tri

Treis

Ayas

 

Iron

 

Vrkas

 

Wulf
old English for wolf)

Lukhos

Eka

Oinos

One

En

Dva

Duo

Two

Duo

Chatvaras

Quattuor

Four

Tettares

Sas

Sex

Six

Hex

Nava

Novem

Nine

Ennea

Patha

 

Path

 monopati

Sarpa

 

Serpent

 erpeto

Gow

 

Cow

 Gwous (Myc Gk)

Mooshak

Muus

Mouse
Muus old English

Muus

Svasri

 

Sister

 

Sun

 

Son

 

Danta

 

Dental

 Donti

Surya

 

Sun

 

Taru

 

Tree

 

Shani -Slow moving planet

 

Saturn

 

Unapexita

 

Unexpected

 

Hard-Hriday

 

Heart

 

Nabhi

 

Navel

 

Agni

Ignis

Ignite

 

Hantar (killer)

 

Hunter

 kunagetas

Naas,Nasika

Naas

Nose (nasal)

 

Nisha

 

Night

 Nychta

Vahan

 

Vehicle

 

Yog

 

Yoke (to join)

 

Pratham

 

Proto (first)

 proto

Vacha

 

Vocal

 

Hasta

 

Hand

 Chera

Santa

 

Saint

 

Kroora

 

Cruel

 

Tat (Tat Tvam Asi)

 

That

 tas (those)

Janan (generate)

 

Generate

 gen- (born, give birth etc)

Loka (place)

 

Location

 

Daman

 

Dominate

 

Tri-kona-miti

 

Trigonometry

Trigonometry

Mia (Me)

 

Me

 Emi

Mana

 

Mind

 Nous (mind), mialo (brain)

Asi

 

Yes

Greek has non-IE Yes and NO

Axa

 

Axis

 axones

Duhita

 

Daughter

 Thugater

Sweda

 

Sweat

 

Para

Para

Pre-fix e.g.'Para-psychology'

 Para

Peen (pointed)

 

Pin

 

Kedar

 

Cedar(tree)

 kedros

Widhur

 

Widow

 

Katika

 

Cart

 kalathi

Prithak

 

Part (section)

 

Nau
Boat

 

Navy

 nau- (e.g Myc. Gk Naudomos - boat builder)

Vid=know
Vidya=knowledge
Veda=knowledge based scriptures

Videre

Witan(old English) Be aware
Wit-  Wise

 



Some corrections + additions


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