मित्र

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Hindi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit मित्र (mitrá).

Noun[edit]

मित्र (mitramUrdu spelling متر

  1. friend
    मैंने एक मित्र से अपना सामान मँगवाया।
    I got a friend to bring my luggage.
    मेरे मित्र ने मुझे ठगा है।
    My friend has duped me.
    घनिष्ठ मित्र से कपट करना पाप है।
    It is a sin to defraud a close friend.
  2. ally
    दूसरा विश्वयुद्ध में, इंग्लैंड अमरीका का पक्का मित्र था।
    During the Second World War, England was America's staunch ally.

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References[edit]

  • मित्र in Bahri, Hardev (1989), Learners' Hindi-English dictionary (Delhi: Rajpal & Sons)

Marathi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit मित्र (mitrá).

Noun[edit]

मित्र (mitra?

  1. friend
  2. the sun

Nepali[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit मित्र (mitrá).

Noun[edit]

मित्र (mitra)

  1. friend
  2. companion

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Sanskrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-Iranian *mitra (covenant, treaty, agreement, promise). In Indo-Aryan branch, it has been preserved in the meaning of friend, one of the aspects of binding and alliance. Cognate with Avestan 𐬨𐬌𐬚𐬭𐬋 (Miθrō), which was also borrowed into Old Persian 𐎷𐎰𐎼 (Miθra).

Noun[edit]

मित्र (mitrám, n

  1. a friend, companion, associate
  2. the sun

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Proper noun[edit]

मित्र (mitrám, n

  1. Mitra
  2. name of a मरुत् (marut)
  3. name of a son of वसिष्ठ (vasiṣṭha) and various other men
  4. name of the third मुहूर्त (muhūrta)
  5. (in the dual) = मित्रवरुण (mitrá-varuṇa)

Noun[edit]

मित्र (mitrán

  1. friendship
  2. a friend, companion
  3. (with औरस (aurasa)) a friend connected by blood-relationship
  4. an ally (a prince whose territory adjoins that of an immediate neighbour who is called अरि (ari), enemy; in this meaning also applied to planets)
  5. a companion to = resemblance of (+ genitive)
  6. (at the end of a compound) resembling, like
  7. name of the god Mitra (enumerated among the 10 fires)
  8. a particular mode of fighting

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