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ati

ati Cologne Sanslrit Dictionary ind. [probably neut. of an obsolete adj. {atin} , passing , going , beyond ; see {at} , and cf. Old Germ. {anti} , {unti} , {inti} , {unde} , {indi} , &c. ; Eng. {and} ; Germ. {und} ; Gk. $ , $ , Lat. {ante} ; Lith. {ant} ; &3473[12,2] Arm. {ti} ; Zd. {aiti}]. As a prefix to verbs and their derivatives , expresses beyond , over , and , if not standing by itself , leaves the accent on the verb or its derivative ; {as} , {ati-kram} ( {kram}) , to overstep , Ved. Inf. {ati-krame} , (fit) to be walked on , to be passed RV. i , 105 , 16 , {ati-kramaNa} n. see s.v. When prefixed to nouns , not derived from verbs , it expresses beyond , surpassing , {as} , {ati-kaza} , past the whip , {ati-mAnuSa} , superhuman , &c. see s.v. As a separable adverb or preposition (with acc.) , Ved. beyond ; (with gen.)over , at the top of RV. AV.
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