भारत

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Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit भारत (bhā́rata).

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भारत (transliteration neededm  (bhārat), Urdu spelling: بھارت

  1. India

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Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit भारत (bhā́rata).

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Proper noun[edit]

भारत (Bhārat)

  1. India

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Sanskrit[edit]

Adjective[edit]

भारत (bhā́rata)

  1. descended from भरत (bharata) or the Bhāratas (applied to Agni either "sprung from the priests called Bharatas" or "bearer of the oblation")
  2. belonging or relating to the Bharatas
    1. (with युद्ध (yuddha), संग्राम (saṃgrāma), समर (samara), समिति (samiti)) the war or battle of the bharatas
    2. (with or scil. आख्यान (ākhyāna) with इतिहास (itihāsa) and कथा (kathā)) the story of the Bharatas, the history or narrative of their war
    3. (with or scil. मण्डल (maṇḍala) or वर्ष (varṣa)) "king Bharatas's realm" i.e. India
  3. inhabiting भरतवर्ष (bharata-varṣa) i.e. India; Indic

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Noun[edit]

भारत (bhā́ratam

  1. a descendant of Bharata (also in pl. for Bharatās)
  2. (with अश्वमेध (aśva-medha)), name of the author of Rigveda V, 27
  3. (with देववात (deva-vāta) and देवश्रवस् (deva-śravas)), name of the authors of Rigveda III, 23
  4. fire
  5. an actor (compare भरत (bharata))
  6. name of the sun shining on the south of मेरु (meru)

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Noun[edit]

भारत (bhā́ratan

  1. the land of Bharatas i.e. India (compare above)
  2. the story of the Bharatas and their wars (sometimes identified with the महाभारत (mahā-bhārata), and sometimes distinguished from it)
  3. (with सरस् (saras)) name of a lake

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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 0753