Complete Definition of "Sanskrit"

English
wikipedia

Etymology
From Skr. term|संस्कृतम्|tr=saṃskṛtam||perfected, prepared.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ˈsænskrɪt/

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. Any of the Old Indic languages, especially Classical Sanskrit, a language of ancient India still important to Hinduism and Buddhism.

Translations

Croatian: t-|hr|sanskrt|m
Danish: t-|da|Sanskrit
Dutch: Sanskriet
Esperanto: Sanskrito
French: t-|fr|sanskrit|m
German: t+|de|Sanskrit
Gujarati: સંસ્કૃત (sa.nskrit)
Hebrew: סנסקריט (sanskrít)
Hindi: संस्कृत f (sa.nskrit)
Icelandic: sanskrít n
Italian: t+|it|sanscrito|m
mid
Japanese: サンスクリット (Sansukuritto)
Javanese: basa Sansekreta
Malayalam: സംസ്കൃതം (samskṛθam)
Polish: sanskryt
Russian: санскрит (sanskrít) m
Sanskrit: संस्कृतम् (saṃskṛtam)
Spanish: t-|es|sanscrito
Telugu: సంస్కృతం (saMskrutaM)
Turkish: Sanskritçe

See also
Classical Sanskrit
Vedic Sanskrit
Wikipedia in Sanskrit
Wiktionary in Sanskrit

External links
ethnologue|code=san

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