The Sanskrit noun avatāra is derived from a verbal root that means "to cross over," just as Jake does in his journey.
In Tantra, the goddess Shakti is the primordial deity, her name coming from the Sanskrit word shak, meaning "power."
Tra comes from a Sanskrit word trayate that means "to liberate."
I remember reading about how you and your wife had a message in Sanskrit inside your wedding bands.
After a successful run at film festivals, a film based on a Sanskrit epic suddenly sparks turmoil in New York.
It was he who persuaded the pundits of Bengal to disclose the treasures of Sanskrit to European scholars.
Ebb and flow and flood-tide have become as difficult as Sanskrit synonyms for me.
This is almost wholly religious, and in a great measure a translation from either the Sanskrit or the Pali.
Mr. Borrow derives this name from the Sanskrit Ksump, to go.
With the letters more round than square, derived from the Sanskrit, but not so visibly as the former.
1610s, from Sanskrit samskrtam "put together, well-formed, perfected," neuter of samskrta, from sam "together" (see same) + krta- "to make, do, perform," from PIE *k(w)er- "to make, form" (related to karma). "so called as being the cultivated or literary language, distinguished from the vulgar dialects, or, some say, because regarded as a perfect language, the speech of the gods, formed by infallible rules" [Century Dictionary].
The language of ancient India, and one of the oldest languages of the Indo-European family, to which English belongs.