अकूपार

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Sanskrit[edit]

Adjective[edit]

अकूपार (á-kūpāra)

  1. unbounded
    • RV 5.39.2d
      यन मन्यसे वरेण्यम इन्द्र दयुक्षं तद आ भर |
      विद्याम तस्य ते वयम अकूपारस्य दावने ||
      yan manyase vareṇyam indra dyukṣaṃ tad ā bhara |
      vidyāma tasya te vayam akūpārasya dāvane ||
      Bring what thou deemest worth the wish, O Indra, that which is in heaven.
      So may we know thee as thou art, boundless in thy munificence.
    • RV 10.109.1b
      ते.अवदन परथमा बरह्मकिल्बिषे.अकूपारः सलिलोमातरिश्वा |
      वीळुहरास्तप उग्रो मयोभूरापो देवीःप्रथमजा रतेन ||
      te.avadan prathamā brahmakilbiṣe.akūpāraḥ salilomātariśvā |
      vīḷuharāstapa ughro mayobhūrāpo devīḥprathamajā ṛtena ||
      THESE first, the boundless Sea, and Mātariśvan, fierce-glowing Fire, the Strong, the Bliss-bestower.
      And heavenly Floods, first-born by holy Order, exclaimed against the outrage on a Brahman.

Declension[edit]

Noun[edit]

अकूपार (á-kūpāram

  1. sea
  2. the mythical tortoise that upholds the world
  3. name of a man
  4. Name of an aditya

Declension[edit]

References[edit]

  • Sir Monier Monier-Williams, A Sanskrit-English dictionary etymologically and philologically arranged with special reference to cognate Indo-European languages, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1898, page 0002