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04:49 May 17, 2003
Sanskrit to English translations [Non-PRO]
Sanskrit term or phrase: Darashanai
an s.n. name
Meaghan
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1 +1see explanation but very unsure
EdithK
1fermented liquorJonathan Widell


  

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see explanation but very unsure


Explanation:

... speculative metaphysicians. The Sanskrit word darshana (you can see
it in the Devanagari script above) means view or viewpoint. It ...
Beschreibung: Articles on different systems of Indian philosophy.
Kategorie: Society > Religion and Spirituality > Hinduism
www.philo.demon.co.uk/Darshana.htm - 24k

EdithK
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Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish

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fermented liquor


Explanation:
The closest Mongolian word I coud find was "daraso": "fermented liquor", "brandy" or "intoxicating drink". The rest could be the article.

Or "daroi" means "right away".

Or "dar" means low...

Learned a few Mongolian words though (not to say anything of the alphabet).

Jonathan Widell
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Native speaker of: Finnish
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