A: acoustic root (seed or mantra) of creation, controller of seven musical notes (saragam or sur saptaka) but mainly of śadaja(sá) equivalent to western note (do or C) and peacock sound, grammatical prefix indicating negation or absence


AUNKA: lap, mark or sign, line, spot, blemish, draw, sketch, number, figure, counting, delineation, imprint, paint

AUNKITA: marked

AUNKUR: sprout, shoot, sapling, germination

AUNKUSHA: a goading hook

AUNGA: limb, body, appearance, shape, part, component, item, element

AUNGAN / ÁUNGAN: courtyard, compound of house


AUNGABHÚMI: an area in north Bihár, India in which Jamálpur is located

AUNGANE: into the backyard or compound of house

AUNGÁR: charcoal

AUNSHA: portion, part, share

ANSHU: ray or beam of light

ANSHU KIIT́A: glow worm

AUNSHUK: cloth, garment, fine white cloth, usually silken or muslin, leaf, gentle blaze of light, a mantle, gentle glow

ANSHUMÁLII: the one radiating ray of light, the sun


AKAŃT́AK: thorn less


AKATHITA: untold, unrevealed

AKAPAT́A: plain, sincere, true, without deceit, candid, sincere

AKARAŃIIYA: that which should not be done

AKARUŃA: merciless, unkind, cruel

AKARTÁ: non-doer

AKARMA: inaction, misdeed

AKALMAŚA: without any dirt or sin

AKALYÁŃ: harm, injury, woe

AKÁJ: wasteful action

AKÁTARA: unperturbedly, undistressed, in suffering, in danger, calm, helpless, bountiful, plentiful, abundant, generous, copious, profuse, ample

AKÁRAŃA: causeless, without reason

AKÁLA: unusual time

AKINCANA: pauper, poor, indigent, distressed, miserable, insignificant, lowly

AKUTOBHAYA: safe, secure, fearless, undaunted

AKÚLA: without shore, boundless

AKRPAŃA: liberally, non-miserly


AKAETAVA: sincere, genuine, candid, true, not false, straightforward

AKLÁNTA: fresh, untired, assiduous

AKHAŃD́A: undivided, continuous

AKHILA: entire, whole, that which cannot be closed, contained or bound

AGATI: immobile, helpless, static

AGATIRA GATI: resort of helpless, way out

AGAM: inaccessible, incomprehensible, deep

AGAMYA: inaccessible, incomprehensible, deep

AGÁDH: inaccessible, incomprehensible, deep

AGOCARA: unseen, imperceptible by senses

AGUŃA: worthless, deprived of good qualities

AGURU: incense by insects on trees, agallochum

AGNI: luminous factor, fire

AGNIGIRI: volcano

AGRA / AGRYA: leading, top, front, foremost, first, chief

AGRAGÁMII: leading in movement

AGRASARA: progressing, developing

AGRYE: located in front

AGHOR: terrific, unconscious, fainted, calm

AGHORE: deeply, profoundly

AGHOR GHUM: deep or sound sleep

AGHRÁŃA: to smell


ACAKITA: unalarmingly, slowly or gradually

ACAN: sudden, surprised, 5000 years old word

ACARA / ACALA: stationary, still, mountain, tree, horizon, fixed, permanent

ACAINCALA: tranquil, restful, quiet, calm

ACINA: unknown, unrecognised, unperceived, unidentified

ACINTYA: unthinkable, beyond comprehension

ACENÁ: unknown, unrecognised, unperceived, unidentified

ACETANA: unconscious

ACCHINNA: uninterrupted, continuous, constant, inseparable, undivided

ACYUTA: un-degraded, not fallen, firm, fixed, imperishable

AJAY: invincible, unsurpassed, unconquerable, non-defeatable

AJARA: ever young, not subjected to old age

AJASRA: not ceasing, constant, perpetual

AJÁNÁ: unknown, strange, unfamiliar

AJÁNÁ PATHIK: Unknown Traveler, symbol of Parama Puruśa or Táraka Brahma

AJINA: devoid of knowledge, ignorant

AJINÁNA: ignorance

AJHORA: overwhelmingly, overflowing

AINJANA: black spot, colour beautification to the eye margin, collyrium, mascara, eye-shadow

AINJALI: cupped palms for offering or worshipping, 

AT́AVI / AT́AVII: forest, large tree

AD́HEL: plentiful, immense, profuse, innumerable

AŃU: atom, molecule, smallest particle retaining properties of original element or compound

AŃUR: belonging to atom, molecule, smallest particle

ATA / ATO: so much

ATANU: not slender or delicate, gigantic, bodiless, incorporeal, intense, formless

ATANDRA: alert, attentive, nimble, vigilant, watchful, careful, sleepless, lively, brisk, active, prompt, sprightly, bustling, hustling

ATAL: unfathomable, depth, low

ATASHATA: so much, so varied, so many, so many varieties, distinctions, differentiations

ATI: prefix indicating over, beyond, excess, abundance

ATITHI: guest, traveler

ATIPÁTAKA: very heinous sin

ATIMÁNAS KOŚA: a subtle layer of mind

ATIRIKTA: surplus, additional

ATISHAYA: excess, abundance, excellence, pre-eminence, superiority

ATIITA: past

ATIISH: (special word created by Baba: formal - formidable ruler or Mahakaola, colloquial - fit to be welcomed by all, wise sage)

ATUL: beyond compare, incomparable, matchless, peerless, unequalled, unparalleled

ATULNIIYA: beyond compare, incomparable, matchless, peerless, unequalled, unparalleled

ATYÁCÁR: oppression, outrage, tyranny, victimisation

ATHACA: yet, still, nevertheless, notwithstanding, nonetheless, even then, in spite of, despite


ADAMYA / ADAM: indomitable, unyielding, pertinacious, unconquerable, turbulent

ADURA: not far, close

ADRSHYA: unseen, invisible

ADRŚT́A: unknown future or fate, destiny


ADYOTA: dull, glow-less

ADRI: mountain, stone, thunder bolt, tree, mass of clouds 

ADRIISHA: Chief Mountain, King of mountains

ADRU: flow or current of stream

ADVAYA: absolute, matchless, having no second, singular, unique, unified, amalgamated, fused

ADVITIIYA: matchless, having no second, singular, unique

ADVAETA: non-duality, singularity

ADHAMA: low, degraded

ADHAMÁDHAMA: lowest of the low

ADHARA: lower lip, lips, lower, under, nether

ADHI: prefix indicating pervasiveness

ADHIK: excess, more, further

ADHIKYA: due to excess

ADHIKARAŃA: container, medium, vehicle, proximity, vessel

ADHIKÁR: right, ownership, title, control, authority, claim, knowledge, ability, jurisdiction

ADHIGATA: attained, obtained, acquired, under or within control

ADHIP / ADHIPATI: Lord, Ruler, King, Sovereign, Head

ADHIPU: the Supreme Being

ADHIŚT́HITA: established


ADHIIN: under control authority or obligation

ADHIIR: restless, impatient, fidgety, eager, worried, concerned, uneasy, excited, agitated

ADHIISHVAR: sovereign ruler, king


ADHYAKŚA: president, supervisor

ADHYÁPAKA: teacher

ADHRUVA: indefinite, uncertain

ADHVAYÚ: priest versed in yajurveda

ANAGINATA: countless

ANAGRASARA: non-progressing, non-developing

ANAJÁN: unknown

ANAŔ: motionless, immobile, still, fixed, firm, stolid, irrevocable

ANAMOL: most valuable

ANANTA: endless, infinite, infinitude

ANANYA: no other than, own, solely, unique, absolutely

ANAPANEYA: irremovable, indelible, ineffaceable, irremediable, irredeemable, inseparable

ANAL: fire

ANAVASTHÁ: instability, dissolute, lack of finality, state of non-existence

ANAVAKŚAY: never decaying

ANÁGATA: one who has not come

ANÁCÁR: immorality

ANÁTHA: helpless, unprotected, orphan

ANÁDAR: neglect, lack of care, disrespect

ANÁDI: without beginning, eternity

ANÁDI KÁLA: time immemorial

ANÁVIL: clear, clean, pure, unadulterated


ANÁSAKTA: unattached

ANÁHATA: unbeaten, internal sound heard in meditation, solar plexus

ANÁHÚTA: uninvited, uncalled for, unwanted

ANITI: endless

ANITYA: transitory, uncertain, temporary, ephemeral, transient

ANIDRA: without sleep, alert, awake, ceaseless

ANINDYA: irreproachable, faultless, flawless, perfect, unblemished, exquisite

ANIMIŚA / ANIMEŚA: steadfast, motionless, without winking, unblinking, 

ANIL: air, wind, breeze, moving or blowing or flowing

ANIVÁRA / ANIVÁRYA: essential, unpreventable, irresistible, incessant, always, non-stop, compulsory

ANIRVÁŃA: inextinguishable, ever-blazing, ever-effulgent

ANIRUDDHA: unobstructed, free, uncontrolled, self-willed

ANIISHA: paramount, supreme, having no controller

ANUKÚLA: congenial, favourable, agreeable

ANUKTA: unspoken, untold, unpronounced, unexpressed



ANUCCHÚNYÁ PRAKRTI: latent or causal stage of three expressed principle 

ANUTÁPA: repentance

ANUDHYÁN: continuous thinking or reflection, or recollection

ANUNYÁS: withdrawal of mind in stages, concentration

ANUP: incomparable, without example, unequalled

ANUPAPATTI: inconsistency, irrelevance, absence of solution, indecision, want, need, hesitation, failure, inapplicability, inconclusiveness or absence of reasonable ground

ANUPAMA: incomparable, without example, unequalled, unparalleled

ANUPÚRAKA: following behind

ANUPRÁSA: alliteration

ANUBHAVA: experience, feeling, realisation, knowledge

ANUBHÁVA: influence, governing power, feeling of happiness, physical expression of emotion (such as tears, sighs, frowning, etc.)

ANUBHÚTI: realisation, feelings, perception, intuition

ANUMÁNA: inference, conclusion, estimation

ANUYOGA: blaming, censure, reproof, reproach, admonition, complaint, accusation, request

ANURAKTI: affection, love, devotion

ANURÁGA: attachment, affection, love, liking, devotion, loyalty, redness

ANURUPA: miniature form, similar, resembling, symbol, replica

ANURODHA: request, prayer

ANULEKHÁ: transcription, transliteration

ANULEPAN: coating, pasting, application, wrapping, covering

ANUSHAYA: repentance, remorse, regret, sorrow, enmity, anger, close connection, close attachment, consequence, result

ANUSANDHÁN: research

ANUKŚAŃA: at every moment, always, continually, ever

ANEKA: many, numerous, much, more than one, great, most, excess

ANTA: end

ANTA VIHIINA: endless, without end

ANTARE: at heart, within, in the depth of, amidst, amongst, between, at a distance, removed or screened from, behind the curtain

ANTARATAM: inner most

ANTARÁLA: interval, space, gap, lapse, hiding, concealment, distance, leisure, spare time, hidden


ANTARYÁMII: the knower of mind

ANTAHSTHALA: depth of the heart, interior, bottom, inner region, core

ANTAHKARAŃA: introversial psychic force

ANTYE: located behind or rear

ANDHA: dark, blind

ANDHAKÁRA: darkness

ANDHAKÚPA: deep blind well

ANNA: food

ANNAMAYA: made out of physical factors

ANYATHÁ: otherwise

ANYÁYA: injustice

ANVAYA: logical following or connection, descending

ANHÁR: darkness

AP: liquid factor, a prefix denoting negation

APAGATA: gone, departed, passed away, fled away, dispelled, removed, dead, subsided

APAGAM: departure, separation

APANAYAN: removal, elimination, deletion

APANÁPAN: own ness

APANEYA: removable, dispensable, superfluous, unnecessary

APANIITA: removed, eliminated, deleted, dispelled, allayed

APAMÁNA: disrespect, humiliation

APAR: another, matchless, not one’s own

APARÁ: mundane knowledge, the innermost, nearest

APARÁ VIDYÁ: mundane knowledge, skill

APARÁDHA: mistake, error, fault, crime, misdeed, badness, depravity, sin, vice, outrage

APARÁMRIŚT́A: untouched, not afflicted, unconnected

APARÁHNA: afternoon, noon

APARIGRAHA: Non-acceptance of such amenities and comforts of life as are superfluous for the preservation of the physical existence

APARIŃÁMII: incomparable

APARISHODHYA: that which cannot be returned or solved

APARÚPA: unprecedented, incomparably beautiful, wonderful, amazing, strange, queer, odd, ugly

APARYÁPTA: insufficient, inadequate

APALAKA: unblinking

APAVARGA: requital of action, period after completion of action

APAVÁDA: bad name, ill-repute, defamation, slander, calumny, blame

APASARAŃA: leaving or moving for a different place, removal, movement, withdrawal, retreat, exit

APASÁRA: taking away, transfer, removal, withdrawal, dismissal, shift, dispel, repel

APÁUNGA: outer corner or angle of the eye, side-glance, wink

APÁNA: one of internal váyus residing from páyu to naval point

APÁPA: pure, without sin

APÁR: endless

API: also

APÚRŃA: incomplete

APÚRTTI: needs, requirements, wants

APÚRVA: unprecedented

APEKŚAMÁN: full of expectation

APEKŚÁ: expectation

APEKŚITA: expected, potential, due for expression

APAORUŚEY: that which cannot be obtained by effort

APRATIHATA: unchecked, unprevented, unobstructed, unhurt

APSARÁ: voluptuously beautiful nymph of paradise gifted with skill of music and dance. a symbol of God

APHURÁN / APHURANTA: unending, endless, inexhaustible

ABELÁYA: untimely, adverse time

ABODHA: innocent

ABJA: lotus

ABJE: in the lotus

ABHAYA: fearlessness, 

ABHAVAT: created, made, happened

ABHÁGÁ: unfortunate, ill-fated, unlucky, wretched

ABHÁVA: absence, want, shortage, scarcity, vacuity

ABHÁVANIIYA: unthinkable

ABHI: prefix indicating pervasiveness, completion, direction

ABHIJINÁ: final knowledge, profound knowledge

ABHIJINÁNA: identification

ABHIDHARMA: pervasive conduct or characteristics

ABHIDHÁ: appellation, name, title, meaning, primary meaning or property of a word

ABHIDHÁN: dictionary, lexicon

ABHIDHÁMA: shelter of all

ABHIDHEYA: one or who or that which is to be named as, appellative, naming, denotative, title

ABHIDHYÁNA: meditation, ideation or concentrated thinking on the Supreme Entity

ABHINAVA: new, ever new

ABHINIVESHA: obsession, addiction, indulgence

ABHIPRAKÁSH: expression, light, signify, giving importance

ABHIPRÁYA: intention, objective

ABHIBHÁVANÁ: intense or concentrated thought

ABHIBHÁS: address

ABHIBHÚTA: charmed

ABHIMÁNA: hurt mentally (not in derogatory sense), hurt agony, extremely sensitive ego, offending, humiliation, hurt feelings, wounded ego or feelings, suppressed sorrow

ABHIMÁNA: honour in pervasive sense, inflated ego, pride, ego, elation, insolence, arrogance, over-confidence, boastfulness, show off, hurt ego, pride

ABHIMUKHA: facing towards

ABHIYÁTRI: voyager, passenger

ABHIYÁNA: expedition, exploration, setting out

ABHIRÁMA: pleasing, pleasant, beautiful, handsome, entertaining, gratifying

ABHILÁŚA: desire

ABHIVYAKTI: expression, manifestation


ABHIŚEKA: conferring of recognition, crowning, honour, initiation, baptism, anointing, coronation, sprinkling, adoration

ABHIŚIKTA: bathed, baptised, installed, inducted, enthroned, crowned

ABHISÁR: tryst, lovers' meeting, rendezvous

ABHII: fearless, dauntless, brave

ABHHIK: fearless, dauntless, brave, lustful, greedy

ABHIIPSÁ: earnest desire, longing, aspiration, hope, expectations, intention

ABHIIŚT́A: aim, target, goal, intended, cherished, desired, objects

ABHEDA: absence of distinction or difference

ABHYÁSA: practice, endeavour


ABHRA: sky, cloud

AMAN / EMAN: like that

AMAR: immortal, eternal, non-decaying, heavenly, celestial

AMARÁ: immortal, eternal, non-decaying, heavenly, celestial

AMARÁJAR: immortal and non-decaying

AMAL: clean, white

AMÁTYA: minister

AMITA: immeasurable, unlimited, boundless, immense

AMIYA: nectar

AMEYA: immeasurable, immense, infinite

AMOGHA: never failing, infallible, unfailing

AMBAR: sky, firmament, cloth

AMBU: water

AMBUDARCI: rainbow

AMRTA: nectar, sweet expression, elixir

AMLA: sour, acidic, like curd, pickle, one of six tastes

AMLÁNA: clean, spotless, bright

AYATANE: without any effort, automatically, by itself

AYATI: continued

AYATHÁ: baseless, groundless, false, inappropriate, unnecessary, unwarranted, fruitless, wasteful, extravagant, exaggerated, without cause, for nothing, unjustly

AYAN: path, course, route, passage, scripture, dwelling, earth, holder

AYASKÁNTA MAŃI: loadstone, magnet

AYUTA: a very large quantity or number, millions or billions, innumerable, mysterious, uncanny

ARAŃI: flint, flint wood

ARAŃYA: forest

ARAŃYÁNIITE: in the dense forest


ARASH: seat, bed, altar

ARÁTI: enemy, foe, adversary

ARI: enemy

ARIŚT́A: tonic, elixir

ARINDAMA: destroyer of enemies

ARUŃA: morning sun or its glow, crimson colour

ARÚPA: formless, without example, unequal

ARODHYA: irresistible

ARGHYA,: oblation, libation, offerings for a divinity on the altar

ARCHANÁ: worship

ARŃAVA: ocean, sea

ARTHA: psychic longing, meaning, finance, money, wealth

ARPAŃA: offering


ALAKA: forelock, ringlet, fringe, curling tress of hair, cirrus

ALAKÁ: heaven, kingdom of wealth

ALAKÁ LOKA: heavenly arena, heavenly abode

ALAKTA: lac, liquid dye of lac, varnish, tint of lac

ALAKH: unseen, invisible, unperceivable

ALAUNGHYA: hard to cross

ALAS: idle, lazy, slothful, indolent, effortless

ALI: honeybee

ALIIK: untrue, false, baseless, vain, empty, void

ALOKA: beyond the world, that which cannot be seen, invisible

ALPA: small, meagre, little

AVAKÁSHA: gap, scope, respite, leisure, opportunity, room, interval, cessation, chance

AVAGÁHAN: act of bathing by immersing one’s body in a river, tank, etc. bath

AVAGUNT́HAN: a cover for head and face used by a woman, veil, hood, scarf

AVAGUNT́HITA covered, veiled

AVAJINÁ: indifference, neglect, slight, contempt, scorn, disrespect, obscure

AVAJINÁTA: slighted, contempt, scorn, disrespected, disregarded, neglected, obscure

AVATÁRA: derivation, incarnation

AVATÁRAVÁDA: the theory of incarnation of the Supreme Entity

AVADÁN: gift, presentation, donation, benefaction, largess, grant, gratuity, boon, alms, bestowal, bestowment, benevolence, bounty, charity, favour, bequest, legacy, kindness

AVADHÁNA: attention, careful application of mind, deliberation, consideration, care, study

AVADHÚTA: a male ascetic, monk

AVADHÚTIKÁ: a female ascetic, nun

AVANATA: bent down, bowed down

AVANII: earth, world, land, 

AVABHÁSA: reflection

AVAROHA: descend

AVARŃA: colourless

AVALIILÁ: dalliance, absence of strain, hesitation or effort, ease, carefree manner, promptness, readiness

AVALIILÁ KRAME: playfully, without toil

AVALUPTA: vanished, extinct


AVASAR: chance, opportunity, pause

AVASÁDA: sinking, fainting, sitting down, ruin, loss, end, termination, lack of energy, exhaustion, fatigue, defeat, gloom, decline, finishing, dullness

AVASÁNA: end, stopping, conclusion, death, decease, limit, boundary, pause, resting place

AVAHELÁ: neglect, overlook, ignore, inattentively

AVAKŚAYA: waning, decaying, fading


AVÁK: speechless, mute, silent

AVÁUNGA: beyond words

AVÁUNGA MANO GOCAR / AVÁUNGA MÁNAS GOCAR: beyond the reach of words, mind and sense perception

AVÁRITA: unresisted, unprevented, unchecked, unbarred, open, free, unrestrained

AVIDYÁ: mundane art or skill, ignorance, extroversial centrifugal or repulsive force away from Nucleus Consciousness

AVIDYÁ MÁYÁ: illusion of ignorance

AVINÁSHII: non-destructible

AVICALA: unmoved, unshaken, unperturbed, calm, unwavering, firm

AVICÁR: injustice, prejudice, immorality

AVIRATA: continuous

AVIRÁM: without pause

AVISHVÁSA: lack of confidence

AVYAKTA: inexpressible, undisclosed, unknown

AVYAYA: inexhaustible, imperishable, indeclinable, enduring

AVYARTHA: utilitarian, valuable


ASHANI: lightning, thunder

ASHEŚA: endless

ASHOKA: a floral tree, sarica indica

ASHRU: tears

ASHVA: horse

ASHVINII: nerve controlling anus

AŚT́A PÁSHA: eight fetters or bondages

AŚT́ÁPADA: purified gold

ASAT: bad

ASAMAYA: untimely

ASAḾPRAMOŚA: loss, destruction, abstraction

ASAHYA: unbearable, intolerable

ASÁR: non-essence, superfluous

ASI: sword

ASIT: dark coloured, not white

ASIR: beam, ray, arrow, bolt

ASIIMA: unlimited

ASUYÁ: slander, malice, envy, grudge, jealousy, cynicism

ASURA: demon, devil, fiend, wrongdoer, beast, reprobate

ASTA: setting of sun, moon or star

ASTÁCALA: the hill behind which the sun or moon sets

ASTA SÁGAR: the sea, behind which the sun or moon sets

ASATAR: inner lining of a garment, or surface for coating

ASTI, BHÁTI, ÁNANDA: existence, glow and bliss

ASTITVA: existence

ASTEYA: non-stealing in physical or psychic realm, to give up the desire of acquiring what is not rightly one’s own, the third principle of yama

ASMITÁ: ego, egotism, vanity, conceit

ASTHIRA: restless

AH: acoustic root of amrta or nectar

AHARAHA: everyday, always, day in and day out, incessantly

AHAḾ: ego, sense of doer-ship, doer “I” or owner “I”

AHAḾKÁRA: pride, ego

AHAḾTATTVA: metamorphosed portion of Cosmic “I” into cosmic doer “I” under mutative principle


AHARAHA: day after day

AHARNISHI: day and night

AHIḾSÁ: not causing suffering to any harmless creature through thought, word or deed

AHAETUKI: causeless, without reason

AHORÁTRI: day and night


AKŚARA: non decaying

AKŚAM: incapable, powerless

AKŚAMATÁ: incapability

AKŚAY: undecaying, inexhaustible