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मनु

मनु /manu/
1. мудрый
2. m.
1) nom. pr. родоначальник рода человеческого
2) каждый из четырнадцати последующих прародителей человеческого рода и правителей земли
3) человек

Adj., m./n./f.

m.sg.du.pl.
Nom.manuḥmanūmanavaḥ
Gen.manoḥmanvoḥmanūnām
Dat.manavemanubhyāmmanubhyaḥ
Instr.manunāmanubhyāmmanubhiḥ
Acc.manummanūmanūn
Abl.manoḥmanubhyāmmanubhyaḥ
Loc.manaumanvoḥmanuṣu
Voc.manomanūmanavaḥ


f.sg.du.pl.
Nom.manu_āmanu_emanu_āḥ
Gen.manu_āyāḥmanu_ayoḥmanu_ānām
Dat.manu_āyaimanu_ābhyāmmanu_ābhyaḥ
Instr.manu_ayāmanu_ābhyāmmanu_ābhiḥ
Acc.manu_āmmanu_emanu_āḥ
Abl.manu_āyāḥmanu_ābhyāmmanu_ābhyaḥ
Loc.manu_āyāmmanu_ayoḥmanu_āsu
Voc.manu_emanu_emanu_āḥ


n.sg.du.pl.
Nom.manumanunīmanūni
Gen.manunaḥmanunoḥmanūnām
Dat.manunemanubhyāmmanubhyaḥ
Instr.manunāmanubhyāmmanubhiḥ
Acc.manumanunīmanūni
Abl.manunaḥmanubhyāmmanubhyaḥ
Loc.manunimanunoḥmanuṣu
Voc.manumanunīmanūni




существительное, м.р.

sg.du.pl.
Nom.manuḥmanūmanavaḥ
Gen.manoḥmanvoḥmanūnām
Dat.manavemanubhyāmmanubhyaḥ
Instr.manunāmanubhyāmmanubhiḥ
Acc.manummanūmanūn
Abl.manoḥmanubhyāmmanubhyaḥ
Loc.manaumanvoḥmanuṣu
Voc.manomanūmanavaḥ



Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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 मनु [ manu ] [ mánu ] m. f. n. thinking , wise , intelligent Lit. VS. Lit. ŚBr.

  [ manu ] m. " the thinking creature (?) " , man , mankind Lit. RV. Lit. VS. Lit. AitBr. Lit. TĀr. ( also as opp. to evil spirits Lit. RV. i , 130 , 8 ; viii , 98 , 6 ; the Ṛibhus are called [ manor nápātaḥ ] , the sons of man , Lit. iii , 60 , 3)

  the Man par excellence or the representative man and father of the human race (regarded in the Lit. RV. as the first to have instituted sacrifices and religious ceremonies , and associated with the Ṛishis Kaṇva and Atri ; in the Lit. AitBr. described as dividing his possessions among some of his sons to the exclusion of one called Nābhā-nedishṭha q.v. ; called Sāṃvaraṇa as author of Lit. RV. ix , 101 , 10-12 ; Āpsava as author of Lit. ib. 106 , 7-9 ; in Lit. Naigh. v , 6 he is numbered among the 31 divine beings of the upper sphere , and Lit. VS. xi , 66 as father of men even identified with Prajā-pati ; but the name Manu is esp. applied to 14 successive mythical progenitors and sovereigns of the earth , described Lit. Mn. i , 63 and in later works as creating and supporting this world through successive Antaras or long periods of time see [ manv-antara ] below ; the first is called Svāyambhuva as sprung from [ svayam-bhū ] , the Self-existent , and described in Lit. Mn. 12 , 34 as a sort of secondary creator , who commenced his work by producing 10 Prajāpatis or Maharshis , of whom the first was [ marīci ] , Light ; to this Manu is ascribed the celebrated " code of Manu " see [ manu-saṃhitā ] , and two ancient Sūtra works on Kalpa and Gṛihya i.e. sacrificial and domestic rites ; he is also called Hairaṇyagarbha as son of Hiraṇya-garbha , and Prācetasa , as son of Pra-cetas ; the next 5 Manus are called Svārocisha , Auttami , Tāmasa , Raivata , Cākshusha cf. Lit. IW. 208 n.1 ; the 7th Manu , called [ vaivasvata ] , Sun-born , or from his piety , [ satya-vrata ] , is regarded as the progenitor of the present race of living beings , and said , like the Noah of the Old Testament , to have been preserved from a great flood by Vishṇu or Brahmā in the form of a fish: he is also variously described as one of the 12 Ādityas , as the author of Lit. RV. viii , 27-31, as the brother of Yama , who as a son of he Sun is also called Vaivasvata , as the founder and first king of Ayodhyā , and as father of Ilā who married Budha , son of the Moon , the two great solar and lunar races being thus nearly related to each other see Lit. IW. 344 ; 373 ; the 8th Manu or first of the future Manus accord. to Lit. VP. iii , 2, will be Sāvarṇi ; the 9th Daksha-sāvarṇi ; the 12th Rudra-sāvarṇi ; the 13th Raucya or Deva-sāvarṇi ; the 14th Bhautya or Indra-sāvarṇi)

  thought (= [ manas ] ) Lit. TS. Lit. Br.

  a sacred text , prayer , incantation , spell (= [ mantra ] ) Lit. RāmatUp. Lit. Pañcar. Lit. Pratāp.

  N. of an Agni Lit. MBh.

  of a Rudra Lit. Pur.

  of Kṛiśâśva Lit. BhP.

  of an astronomer Lit. Cat.

  (pl.) the mental Powers Lit. BhP.

  N. of the number " fourteen " (on account of the 14 Manus) Lit. Sūryas.

  f. Manu's wife (= [ manāvī ] ) Lit. L. ; Trigonella Corniculata Lit. L. ( cf. Goth. (manna) ; Germ. (Mannus) , son of (Tuisto) ( TM ) , mentioned by Tacitus , in his wk. (Germania) , as the mythical ancestor of the West-Germans , (mann) , (man) ; Angl.Sax. (man) ; Eng. (man) . )


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