|Astrology, 670:or wisdom...The word 'sol' (sun) was derived from 'solus,' the One or He alone, and the Greek nameBethlehem, 74:in Him, not having a righteousness of my own, derived from the Law, but that which arises fromFire, 81:day people seem to disconnect the two. Yoga derived from the root Yuj to join means an act ofFire, 81:and the thing below in action. The word Yagna derived from the root Yaj - to serve also means aFire, 196:as they axe mere instruments and their power is derived from the mind, a Yogi may accomplish by theFire, 984:borrowing from the Zend which had originally derived its root from its neighbor the Sanskrit. -Fire, 1085:Sanskrit the wheel of Samsara. This latter word derived from the root Sru, to move, indicates aHercules, 215:The most usual is as follows: "... the word is derived from the Greek 'zodian', a little animal,Initiation, 223:in the city" - that is, in the body. It is derived from the Sanskrit "pura" which means city orMeditation, 358:dweller in the city" that is, in the body. It is derived from the Sanskrit "pura" which means cityPsychology2, 575:and humanity is beginning to reap the benefits derived from experience in three races - theSoul, 97:energy or force, and that all energy or force is derived from that principle, or, rather,  is aSoul, 107:soul. Dr. Rele says: "The word 'Yoga' is derived from the root 'Yuga' to join or to weld together.