an Indo-European, Indic language, in use since c1200 b.c. as the religious and classical literary language of India.
Also, Sanskritic, Sanscritic. of or relating to Sanskrit.
of or relating to Sanskrit
denoting or belonging to those Indic languages that developed directly from Sanskrit, such as Pali, Hindi, Punjabi, and Bengali
this group of languages
an ancient language of India, the language of the Vedas, of Hinduism, and of an extensive philosophical and scientific literature dating from the beginning of the first millennium bc. It is the oldest recorded member of the Indic branch of the Indo-European family of languages; recognition of the existence of the Indo-European family arose in the 18th century from a comparison of Sanskrit with Greek and Latin. Although it is used only for religious purposes, it is one of the official languages of India
The language of ancient India, and one of the oldest languages of the Indo-European family, to which English belongs.
noun 1. a male given name, form of Samson.
- Sanson-flamsteed projection
/ˈsænsənˈflæmstiːd/ noun 1. another name for sinusoidal projection
[sahn pœr ey sahn ruh-prawsh] /sɑ̃ pœr eɪ sɑ̃ rə prɔʃ/ adjective, French. 1. without fear and without reproach: said originally of the French knight, the Seigneur de Bayard.
noun, Printing. 1. a style of monotonal type without serifs. noun 1. a style of printer’s typeface in which the characters have no serifs