The A dhy y of P ini

The A        dhy  y   of P     ini

The KV explains the purpose of the phrase yam prati kopah with the help of the
counterexample bharyam irsyati, mainăm anyo draksit he is jealous of his wife.
Let no other man see her'. Apparently, no anger towards the wife is involved here
, ...

Author: Pāṇini

Publisher: Sahitya Akademi

ISBN: 8172015100

Category: Sanskrit language

Page: 267

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Classical treatise on Sanskrit grammar.
Categories: Sanskrit language

The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea

The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea

Public displays of power not only carry the fame of the hosts but also ignite the
possibility of resentment and envy . There is a Trobriand saying : “ When you give
too much , people worry . ” Although the lavish displays of yams “ make people ...

Author: Annette B. Weiner

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39076002771546

Category: Social Science

Page: 184

View: 189

Book about the social life and customs of the Trobriand Islanders of Papua New Guinea
Categories: Social Science

Etymological Dictionary of Gurage Ethiopic Individual dictionaries

Etymological Dictionary of Gurage  Ethiopic   Individual dictionaries

( from yä - mən - qay ; see also yäm - ay ) yafțattənu alert , active ( see fättänä -
m ) yamuri one day ( see amurä ) yamuri ... ammit ) yänafe balä - m be jealous ,
be envious , envy yänafənnät jealousy , envy yägoste form os address between ...

Author: Wolf Leslau

Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag

ISBN: 3447020415

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 2950

View: 455

Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Abhidharmakosabhasyam of Vasubandhu Vol III

Abhidharmakosabhasyam of Vasubandhu   Vol  III

Among the parfyavai'thdnar, jealousy and egoism (iryya', ma'tmrjya) are bonds:
error with respect to things, they trouble the ... {yam
dubkbanirodbagdminipratipad dry/aratyam itiyatba'bhfitarr'z prajdnati trini ca'rya .
rarr'zyojandni prahi'qza'ni ...

Author: Vasubandhu

Publisher: Jain Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780875730097

Category: Religion

Page: 346

View: 528

This is the most important compendium of Indian Buddhist philosophy and psychology. The four volume masterwork begins with a history of Abhidharma literature and covers a vast array of subjects from a Buddhist viewpoint. Some of these subjects are Buddhist cosmology and the process of rebirth, karma and the Buddhist ethical theory, mental defilements, causes of suffering and the path to enlightenment, the supernatural powers of a Buddha, a taxonomy of meditative states and a refutation of the existence of soul. This is the third of 4 volumes.
Categories: Religion

Form in Primitive Music

Form in Primitive Music

Author: Helen Heffron Roberts


ISBN: STANFORD:36105042979778

Category: Gabrielino Indians

Page: 180

View: 198

Categories: Gabrielino Indians

Be My Knife

Be My Knife

You're standing by the sweet potatoes. As simple as can be. You're holding
something in your hands. What is it? ... And I, left on the outside, jealous of the
yams. I rudely peek into your hands and can see that it looks a little bit like a
human ...

Author: David Grossman

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 9781466803718

Category: Fiction

Page: 324

View: 761

The international bestseller: a compelling love story from the leading Israeli novelist of his generation "We could be like two people who inject themselves with truth serum, and at long last have to tell it--the truth. I want to be able to say to myself, 'I bled truth with her,' yes, that's what I want. Be a knife for me, and I, I swear, will be a knife for you." An awkward, neurotic seller of rare books writes a desperate letter to a beautiful stranger whom he sees at a class reunion. This simple, lonely attempt at seduction begins a love affair of words between Yair and Miriam, two married, middle-aged adults, dissatisfied with their lives, yearning for the connection that has always eluded them--and, eventually, reawakened to feelings that they thought had passed them by. Their correspondence unfolds into an exchange of their most naked confessions: of desire, childhood tragedies, joys, and humiliations. Through the dialogue between Yair--a family man and surprisingly successful adulterer, whose complex, guarded letters reveal a life of secrets kept from the people closest to him--and Miriam, at first deceptively open and warm, who fills her life with distraction to avoid a past full of painful secrets, Be My Knife explores the nature and the limits of intimacy. A deep departure from David Grossman's previous work, Be My Knife is his subtlest, most passionate novel yet.
Categories: Fiction

Sorcerers of Dobu

Sorcerers of Dobu

He whose yam crops are good , whose success in obtaining favours from the
other sex is conspicuous , whose health has been better than ... In social
organization this jealousy is found in a conflict between the kin and the marital
groupings .

Author: Reo Fortune


ISBN: UOM:39076005713461

Category: Dobu Island

Page: 318

View: 670

Categories: Dobu Island

International Encyclopaedia of Tribal Religion Witchcraft and sorcery in tribal societies

International Encyclopaedia of Tribal Religion  Witchcraft and sorcery in tribal societies

Similarly a part of the magic for securing yams is directed towards securing
personal beings , yams , from the competition of others . Always it ... In social
organization this jealousy is found in a conflict between the kin and the martial
groupings .

Author: Subhadra Channa


ISBN: 8177550411

Category: Mythology

Page: 309

View: 309

Categories: Mythology

Dagbani English Dictionary

Dagbani English Dictionary

Author: Ibrahim Mahama


ISBN: IND:30000115595054

Category: Dagbani language

Page: 295

View: 473

Categories: Dagbani language

Why I Hate You and You Hate Me

Why I Hate You and You Hate Me

The Interplay of Envy, Greed, Jealousy and Narcissism in Everyday Life Joseph
H. Berke. jealous and very greedy, constantly demanding to suck her mother's
breasts in place of the baby. The Piggle called these breasts “yams”. Often her ...

Author: Joseph H. Berke

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429924026

Category: Psychology

Page: 272

View: 333

'Man' himself is the source of the dark forces against which he is constantly struggling. The book shows how is possible to transcend this basic malice by knowing how, what, why and when it arises. Envy, greed, jealousy and narcissism (the flip side of envy) are the essential components of the negative side of the self. Their positive counterparts are gratitude, generosity and compassion. Each element does not exist in isolation from the other. The interplay of these forces of hate and love create the underlying structure of our lives, which on a personal level is called "character" and on the social level is called "culture". When malice predominates the result is murder and mayhem, vandalism and war. This encompasses the blind butchery of our environment and fellow creatures which permeates so many areas of the world, such as Libya, Ireland, Congo, Cambodia, or central London during recent demonstrations. This study will focus on the negative or angry constituents of the personality.
Categories: Psychology

Theatre Record

Theatre Record



ISBN: STANFORD:36105017451704

Category: Theater


View: 537

Categories: Theater

Pacific Art

Pacific Art

The association of black with disease is also made in the context of yams . ...
mature yam ready for harvest . ... While attacks are often made because of
jealousy or outstanding disputes among old people , it is believed that witches
particularly ...

Author: Anita Herle


ISBN: 1850656185

Category: Art

Page: 455

View: 485

Collection of essays documenting the state of research about Pacific art written by authors and specialists in the field interesting to students, artists, collectors, curators etc.
Categories: Art

Culture Disease and Healing

Culture  Disease  and Healing

It is no exaggeration to say that the Dobuan attitude towards garden yams is in
some important respects similar to the attitude of the ... The whole atmosphere is
most closely related to the jealous watch over each other of man and wife .

Author: Primitive Edicine

Publisher: New York : Macmillan

ISBN: UOM:39015006463429

Category: Medical anthropology

Page: 559

View: 572

Categories: Medical anthropology

An Exposition of the Vedas

An Exposition of the Vedas

... whosoever is whosoever ill - wishes us , whosoever is jealous of us ( cha ) and
( yam vayam jealous of us ( cha ) and ( yam vayam dvishmah ) whomsoever we
ill - wish , dvishmah ) whomsoever we ill - wish , whomsoever we are jealous of ...

Author: Swami Vidyānanda


ISBN: UOM:39015032394895

Category: Vedas


View: 828

Categories: Vedas

Education RLE Edu K

Education  RLE Edu K

A return expedition is then arranged, when those who live inland bring their
choicest yams and fruits to the fisher folk. ... “Fear,” “jealousy,” “hate,” “aggression
,” or “sympathy,” “admiration,” “love” are words which have a special meaning in
our ...

Author: Herbert Phillipson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136492013

Category: Education

Page: 104

View: 171

Contributing to early debates on nature versus nurture, schools and the social environment, town planning and a free comprehensive education, the author discusses key educational issues against the background of a distintegrating Europe in the midst of war.
Categories: Education

The Far Side of the World Vol Book 10 Aubrey Maturin Novels

The Far Side of the World  Vol  Book 10   Aubrey Maturin Novels

'Sure we did pass a little dwarvish sorts of yam on the way up, an undoubted
Dioscorea – I called out to you, but you ... 'sharks are very like robins, you know;
they defend their territory with equal jealousy, and if we take ours over by the far ...

Author: Patrick O'Brian

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393063820

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 456

The inspiration for the major new motion picture starring Russell Crowe. The war of 1812 continues, and Jack Aubrey sets course for Cape Horn on a mission after his own heart: intercepting a powerful American frigate outward bound to play havoc with the British whaling trade. Stephen Maturin has fish of his own to fry in the world of secret intelligence. Disaster in various guises awaits them in the Great South Sea and in the far reaches of the Pacific: typhoons, castaways, shipwrecks, murder, and criminal insanity.
Categories: Fiction

Colorado review

Colorado review

the catastatic child apparently launches into an entire protodialectical inquiry into
just why exactly the interlocutor believes in jealous and temperamental Yam
Gods at all , and whether this villager has ever in quiet moments closed his eyes



ISBN: UCAL:B5094502



View: 682


Making Peace with the Environment I

Making Peace with the Environment I

We contact the Karma dakini and our negative emotions of anxiety , fear ,
vulnerability , jealousy , suspicion , paranoia ... First Light We awaken the wind
energy by linking with the Wind Vajra YAM YAM YAM YAM YAM ( We should
visualise a ...

Author: T. Y. S. Lama Gangchen

Publisher: Indian Institute of Technology & All India Institute O Cal S

ISBN: UVA:X030117238

Category: Buddhism

Page: 202

View: 434

Categories: Buddhism

The Tyranny of Malice

The Tyranny of Malice

Often her mother seemed unable to cope with the intensity of her wish to suck on
her yams, which her daughter likened to ... Her envious attacks were never
entirely blocked by greed, while the greed only rekindled envy and intolerable, ...

Author: Joseph H. Berke


ISBN: 0671687506



View: 641


African Animal Tales

African Animal Tales

He was told that the goat had eaten some of his yams and left the farm in anger to
go and eat at his home. The following day, the lion ... When the news got around
the village, the other animals felt humiliated and jealous. They had a meeting ...

Author: Santhus Umoh

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477165409

Category: Nature

Page: 54

View: 685

This book is a collection of humorous stories meant to uplift thehuman spirit. Some of the stories are funny, capable of making the reader laugh, smile, and relax. These stories teach, instruct,educate, and elicit good moral conduct. The purpose of a story is not to give a scientific explanation to any issue. Instead, a story is to teach us about life. Stories bring happiness and consolation to thedownhearted and the brokenhearted. Stories are meant not only forchildren. Everybody listens to and tells stories. Grandparents tell their grandchildren stories. Parents tell their children stories. Storytellingis a means of social communication and education. “Insightful and fascinating! African Animal Tales provide a rare insight into the inner working of animals’ social life.” -Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Udoanwankwo-
Categories: Nature