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कुमार

कुमार /kumāra/ m.
1) ребёнок, мальчик
2) сын
3) царевич
4) nom. pr. эпитет Сканды, бога войны; см. स्कन्द 5)

существительное, м.р.

sg.du.pl.
Nom.kumāraḥkumāraukumārāḥ
Gen.kumārasyakumārayoḥkumārāṇām
Dat.kumārāyakumārābhyāmkumārebhyaḥ
Instr.kumāreṇakumārābhyāmkumāraiḥ
Acc.kumāramkumāraukumārān
Abl.kumārātkumārābhyāmkumārebhyaḥ
Loc.kumārekumārayoḥkumāreṣu
Voc.kumārakumāraukumārāḥ



Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary

कुमार [ kumāra ] [ kumārá m. ( fr. 1. [ ku ] + [ māra ] , √ [ mṛ2 ? " easily dying " fr. √ 2. [ kam ] Lit. Uṇ. iii , 138) a child , boy , youth

son Lit. RV. Lit. AV.

a prince , heir-apparent associated in the kingdom with the reigning monarch (especially in theatrical language) Lit. Ragh. Lit. Mālav.

a groom Lit. L.

N. of Skanda (or Kārttikeya q.v. ; represented as a beautiful youth ; also as the author of certain grammatical Sūtras cf. [ kalāpa ] ; also as causing certain diseases Lit. Suśr.) Lit. MBh. Lit. Hariv.

N. of a son of Agni (who is the author of some Vedic hymns) Lit. RAnukr.

one of the nine names of Agni Lit. ŚBr. vi

N. of a Prajāpati Lit. VāyuP.

of Mañju-śrī Lit. Buddh.

of a river Lit. VP.

of the Sindhu river Lit. L.

of the author of a Dharmaśāstra

of the attendant of the twelfth Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī Lit. Jain.

a parrot Lit. L.

the tree Capparis trifoliata ( cf. [ kumāraka ] )

N. of a people Lit. MBh. ii , 1075 and 1870 ( cf. [ kumālaka ] )

[ kumārī f. a young girl , one from ten to twelve years old , maiden , daughter Lit. AV. Lit. AitBr.

or (in the Tantras) any virgin up to the age of sixteen or before menstruation has commenced

N. of certain flags (set up along with Indra's banner) Lit. VarBṛS.

N. of the wife of Bhīma-sena (son of Parīkshit) Lit. MBh. i , 3796

of a daughter of Vasu-deva by Rohiṇī Lit. Hariv. 1952

of Sītā (Rāma's wife) Lit. L.

of the goddess Durgā Lit. Hariv. 9425

of Dākshāyaṇī (in Māyā-purī) Lit. MatsyaP.

of a metre (a kind of Śakvarī , consisting of four lines of sixteen syllables each)

the bird commonly called Śyāmā Lit. L.

the plant Aloe perfoliata Lit. L.

the plant Clitoria ternatea (= [ a-parājitā ] ) Lit. L.

the plant Jasminum Sambac Lit. L.

the plant commonly called [ bandhyā-karkoṭakī ] Lit. L.

the blossom of the plants Taruṇī and Modinī Lit. L.

great cardamoms Lit. L.

the most southerly of the nine portions of the known continent or of Jambū-dvīpa (the southern extremity of the peninsula , whence the modern name Cape Comorin ( Kumārī ) ) Lit. W.

the central part of the universe (according to Hindū geography , Jambū-dvīpa or India) Lit. L.

N. of a river flowing from the mountain Śuktimat Lit. MBh. Lit. Hariv. Lit. VP.

of another river Lit. Hcat.

when a name is given to a pupil to indicate his attachment to any particular master , [ kumārī may be prefixed to denote that the pupil's object is to gain the affections of the master's daughter e.g. [ kumārī-dākṣa ] q.v. s.v. [ kumārī ] )

[ kumāra n. N. of a Varsha governed by Kumāra (the son of Bhavya) Lit. VP.

pure gold Lit. L.







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