Amphi , both , two , dual 1.उभयभावी (ubhayabhāvī) = ambivalent; 2.उभयलिंगी (ubhayalingī) = bisexual; 3. उभयचर (ubhayachar) = amphibian
condition 1 , लेकिन , शर्त ,
doer indicator , द्वारा
profundus , गहराई ,
condition 2 , के बावजूद
at that time , दौरान
negative condition , सिवाय ,
hyper , ज्यादा , अधिक
motive 1 , के लिए
anterior,dorsum सामने , अग्र ,
endo , अन्तः , अंदर , भीतर , में ,
hypo , अल्प , कम , थोड़ा , स्वल्प ,
centro,mid, मध्य , बीच , केंद्र ,
ecto , बाहर , बाह्य ,
These Circles are either Greater, dividing the Sphere into two equal parts;Indeterminately; namely that which separates the upper and visible part of the Globe, from that which by reason of its being below us, we cannot see, terminating our vision. 1.HORIZON-tall. Determinately; as toNorthern and Southern parts; whetherDirectly; wherein the Sun makes every-where equal day and night: 2.AEQUATOR, Aequinoctial, the Line. Obliquely, namely, that Line wherein the Sun is supposed constant∣ly to move in its Annual course: to which may be adjoyned that Circular superficies, on each side of this, which terminates the motion of the Planets; 3.ECLIPTIC. ZODIAC. Eastern and Western parts; wherein the Sun makes mid-day or mid-night: to which those other Circles correspond which pass through the Poles of the Horizon, as the former do through the Poles of the World; 4.MERIDIAN, Colure. AZIMUTH. Lesser, dividing the Sphere into two unequal parts; whetherPolar described by the supposed motion of the Poles of the Ecliptic; ‖ ei∣ther Northern or Southern. 5.ARTIC. ANTARTIC. Tropic, terminating the motion of the Sun in its greatest Declination; ‖ Northern, or Southern. 6.TROPIC of ♋ Summer Solstice. TROPIC of ♑ Winter Solstice. Parallels, relating ‖ either to the Aequator, or to the Horizon. 7.PARALLEL. ALMACANTAR.
Through … 2.acess,license,permit,permeable,perceive, penetrate,per,persuade,percentage, 3.flux,flow,efflux,influx,fluid,effluence, 4.trans, .
पार , के द्वारा , अंदर से .
Towards 2.attaract,pull,extract,substract,retract,contract .