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- Skt. prakṛti.
- Skt. prakriti. prakriti
- Skt. prakriti. most subtle potentiality
- Skt. ज्येष्ठः, jyeṣṭha, Pron.: jyeshtha. From Sanskrit: the chief. | 'best in speech' | more excellent than | in •math. with | or | greatest (root [square root] extracted from the quantity operated upon) | eldest, (m.) the eldest brother | •scil. | the ascending bucket (in a machine for raising water) | for | N. of a man | what is most excellent | tin | N. of a Liñga
- Skt. प्रष्ठः, praṣṭha, Pron.: prashtha. From Sanskrit: standing in front, foremost, principal, best, chief | a leader, conductor | a species of plant
- Skt. प्रधानम्, pradhāna, Pron.: pradhana. From Sanskrit: a chief thing or person, the most important or essential part of anything | the principal or first, chief, head of | often also | (a hymn) having Indra as the chief object or person addressed | (the art of dancing) having practice as its essential part, chiefly practical | in Sāṃkhya | primary or unevolved matter or nature | supreme or universal soul | intellect, understanding | the first companion or attendant of a king, a courtier, a noble | also | an elephant-driver | also | •opp. to | chief, main, principal, most important | pre-eminent in | better than or superior to | N. of an ancient king