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Subject: Re: What does the Indian name "Ayananka" mean?
Author: তন্ময় ভ   (guest,
Date: July 1, 2010 at 8:44:07 PM
Reply to: What does the Indian name "Ayananka" mean? by ajay
I guess from ayana (=path, from root i, to go, with many IE cognates; often the celestial path of the sun) + anka (the n is soft like in English sing, from ac/anc/ank related to bending, going in a curve etc., anka meaning a hook or a curved part of the body, chariot, etc., especially the lap or bosom of the mother). The liaison rules make that ayanAnka.

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