पवमान

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Sanskrit[edit]

Adjective[edit]

पवमान (pávamāna)

  1. being purified or strained, flowing clear (as soma)

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Noun[edit]

पवमान (pávamānam

  1. wind or the god of wind
  2. name of a particular अग्नि (agni) (associated with पावक (pāvaka) and शुचि (śuci) and also regarded as a son of अग्नि (agni) by स्वाहा (svāhā) or of अन्तर्धान (antar-dhāna) and by शिखण्डिनी (śikhaṇḍinī))
  3. name of particular stotras sung by the सामग (sāma-ga) at the ज्योतिष्टोम (jyotiṣṭoma) sacrifice (they are called successively at the 3 savanas बहिष्पवमान (bahiṣpavamā*na), माध्यंदिन (mādhyaṃdina) and तृतीय (tṛtīya) or आर्भव (ārbhava))
  4. name of a work
  5. name of a prince and the वर्ष (varṣa) in शाकद्वीप (śāka-dvīpa) ruled by him

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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 0610