CA: acoustic root of conscience and discrimination, as per Saḿskrta grammar: and, additionally

CAU DEYÁL: boundary wall

CAKIT: startled, taken aback, timid, instant, in jiffy

CAKOR: a bird (bartavelle) said to enjoy drinking moonbeam

CAKRA: wheel, cycle or circle, psycho-spiritual center or plexus, ring, collection or group of persons or faction

CAKRANÁBHA: nucleus of the cycle, hub of the wheel

CAKRANEMI: the periphery or rim of a wheel or cycle, circumference of a circle


CAKŚU INDRIYA: organ of vision

CAINCALA: restless, restive, frisky

CAND́A: furious, tremendous, violent, fierce, angry, ferocious, sever, strong

CAND́ATÁ: strength, anger, power, force

CAŔÁNA: feet, to mount, ride, climb, board

CATUR: intelligent, dexterous, skilful, ingenious, clever, cunning, artful, crafty, sly, expert

CANDAN: sandal, sandalwood, sandal wood paste

CANDRA: moon

CANDRALEKHÁ: a small digit of the moon

CAMAK: shine, lighted, clear, bright, lucent, shining, effulgent, glittering, glistering, sparkling, brilliant, flashing

CAMATKÁR: amazement, marvellous

CAMPAKA / CAMPÁ: a flower or tree of magnolia family, michelia champaca

CAYANA: selection, to select, collection

CAYITA: selected

CARAŃA: to move, feet, support, pillar, step, quarter, performance, behaviour, accomplishment

CARAMA: supreme, highest, maximum

CARCITA: smeared, painted, anointed, discussed

CALÁ / CALECH / CALE CHILO: going, movement

CÁI: want, like

CÁK: taste, enjoy, like, deserving

CÁKÁ: wheel

CÁKACAKYA / CÁKCIKYA: lustre, glaze, polish, showy glitter, glamour, smooth and bright

CÁKŚUŚA: evident, visible, apparent

CÁINCALYA: restlessness, quaver

CÁTAK: a bird supposed to live only on rain-drops

CÁNDA: moon

CÁPÁ: press, pressed, hidden, concealed

CÁOÁ: look at, desire, yearning, favourable inclination

CÁR / CÁRI: four

CÁRAŃA: moving, grazing cattle, grazing ground, pasture, glorifying announcer

CÁS: want or wish

CÁŚII: ploughman, farmer

CÁHANI: wanting, asking, desiring, looking, eye opening, look, glance, demand

CÁHIYÁ: desiring

CIK: tight necklace, laced sun-blind

CIKAN: smooth, bright, glossy, glazing, lustrous

CIKUR: hair, tress of hair, lock of hair, lightning, moving, tremulous, fickle, unsteady, rash, inconsiderate, chignon

CIKIIRŚÁ: desire to do, will to act or perform

CIT: Consciousness, cognitive faculty, ectoplasmic energy

CITÁ: funeral pyre

CITACHOR: stealer of mind, captivator of the mind or heart

CITI-SHAKTI: Pure Consciousness, Cognitive Principle

CITTA: mind stuff, objectivated mind, ectoplasmic structure

CITTA HÁRII: enchanting, charming, engrossing

CITTÁŃU: mind-atoms or ectoplasmic particles

CITRA: figure, sketch, photo

CIDAMBAR: mental space or sky

CIDGHAN: the supreme consciousness or spirit

CIDÁBHÁS: canvas of mind

CIDÁKÁSH: firmament of mind, canvas of mind, sky of mind, mental sky

CINI, recognising, perceive, acknowledge, distinguish, concede, realise, accept, admit, know, apprehend, admit, introduce, identify

CINTÁ: anxiety, worry, deep thinking

CINMAYA: personified consciousness, composed of consciousness

CIBUK: chin

CIRA: everlasting, perpetual, endless

CIRA HARIT: evergreen

CIRANTANA: constant

CIRÁYATA: pervading for ever, all pervading, eternal, universal, ever-pervading

CIHNA: mark, impression, spot

CIITKÁR: thunder, shouts, roar, cry

CIINÁNSHU / CIINÁNSHUK : silken bed sheet

CIIRA: piece of rag, cloth, bark of tree, slip of paper

CUP / CUPI: silently

CUMBAK: magnet

CUMKI: spangle, shining foil, tinsel


CÚK: fault

CÚNII: ruby

CÚŔA: bracelet

CUYÁ: condensed perfume

CÚR: powder, to crush

CÚRI: stealing

CÚRŃA: to crush to powder, pulverise

CÚL: head-hair

CEŚT́Á: endeavour, effort

CETANÁ: consciousness

CETANÁDHÁRA: spiritual or supramental body

CAETA / CAETRA: last month of Bengali (and first month of other Hindu) year (mid March to mid April)

CAETIK: mental or intellectual

CAETII: relating to Caeta month


CORÁBÁLIR: quicksand, marshy land

CYUTA: detached, coming out, fall