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कश्यप

कश्यप /kaśyapa/
1. чернозубый
2. m.
1) черепаха
2) nom. pr. прославленный ведийский мудрец

Adj., m./n./f.

m.sg.du.pl.
Nom.kaśyapaḥkaśyapaukaśyapāḥ
Gen.kaśyapasyakaśyapayoḥkaśyapānām
Dat.kaśyapāyakaśyapābhyāmkaśyapebhyaḥ
Instr.kaśyapenakaśyapābhyāmkaśyapaiḥ
Acc.kaśyapamkaśyapaukaśyapān
Abl.kaśyapātkaśyapābhyāmkaśyapebhyaḥ
Loc.kaśyapekaśyapayoḥkaśyapeṣu
Voc.kaśyapakaśyapaukaśyapāḥ


f.sg.du.pl.
Nom.kaśyapākaśyapekaśyapāḥ
Gen.kaśyapāyāḥkaśyapayoḥkaśyapānām
Dat.kaśyapāyaikaśyapābhyāmkaśyapābhyaḥ
Instr.kaśyapayākaśyapābhyāmkaśyapābhiḥ
Acc.kaśyapāmkaśyapekaśyapāḥ
Abl.kaśyapāyāḥkaśyapābhyāmkaśyapābhyaḥ
Loc.kaśyapāyāmkaśyapayoḥkaśyapāsu
Voc.kaśyapekaśyapekaśyapāḥ


n.sg.du.pl.
Nom.kaśyapamkaśyapekaśyapāni
Gen.kaśyapasyakaśyapayoḥkaśyapānām
Dat.kaśyapāyakaśyapābhyāmkaśyapebhyaḥ
Instr.kaśyapenakaśyapābhyāmkaśyapaiḥ
Acc.kaśyapamkaśyapekaśyapāni
Abl.kaśyapātkaśyapābhyāmkaśyapebhyaḥ
Loc.kaśyapekaśyapayoḥkaśyapeṣu
Voc.kaśyapakaśyapekaśyapāni




Noun, m.

sg.du.pl.
Nom.kaśyapaḥkaśyapaukaśyapāḥ
Gen.kaśyapasyakaśyapayoḥkaśyapānām
Dat.kaśyapāyakaśyapābhyāmkaśyapebhyaḥ
Instr.kaśyapenakaśyapābhyāmkaśyapaiḥ
Acc.kaśyapamkaśyapaukaśyapān
Abl.kaśyapātkaśyapābhyāmkaśyapebhyaḥ
Loc.kaśyapekaśyapayoḥkaśyapeṣu
Voc.kaśyapakaśyapaukaśyapāḥ



Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary

कश्यप [ kaśyapa ] [ kaśyápa m. f. n. ( fr. [ kaśya ] + 2. [ pa ] ) having black teeth Comm. on Lit. KātyŚr. x , 2 , 35

[ kaśyapa m. a tortoise ( [ kacchapa ] ) Lit. VS. xxiv , 37 Lit. AitBr. Lit. ŚBr.

a sort of fish Lit. W.

a kind of deer ( cf. [ kāśyapa ] ) Lit. L.

a class of divine beings associated with Prajāpati Lit. AV. Lit. TS. Lit. VS.

m. pl. a class of semidivine genii connected with or regulating the course of the sun Lit. AV. xiii , 1 , 23 Lit. TĀr. i , 8 Lit. PārGṛ. ii , 9 , 13

m. N. of a mythical Ṛishi Lit. AitBr. Lit. ŚBr.

of an ancient sage Lit. VS. Lit. AV. , (a descendant of Marīci and author of several hymns of the Ṛig-veda Lit. RV. Lit. AV. Lit. ŚBr. ; he was husband of Aditi and twelve other daughters of Daksha Lit. MBh. i , 2598 Lit. Mn. ix , 129 ; by Aditi he was father of the Ādityas ( cf. [ kāśyapeya ] ) Lit. TS. Lit. ŚBr. ; and of Vivasvat Lit. R. ; and of Vishṇu in his [ vāmana avatāra ] Lit. R. Lit. BhP. Lit. VP. ; by his other twelve wives he was father of demons , nāgas , reptiles , birds , and all kinds of living things ; from the prominent part ascribed to him in creation he is sometimes called Prajā-pati ; he is one of the seven great Ṛishis and priest of Paraśu-rāma and Rāma-candra ; he is supposed by some to be a personification of races inhabiting the Caucasus , the Caspian , Kaśmīr , )

a patronymic from Kaśyapa Lit. ŚBr.

the author of a Dharmaśāstra called Kaśyahôllara-saṃhitā ; the constellation Cancer (cf. Pers. (kashaf) ) Lit. VP.

m. pl. the descendants of Kaśyapa Lit. AitBr. Lit. ĀśvŚr.

[ kaśyapā f. a female Ṛishi (authoress of a verse in the White Yajur-veda) .