काण्ड

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Sanskrit[edit]

Noun[edit]

काण्ड ‎(kāṇḍan, m

  1. a joint of the stalk of a cane or bamboo
  2. section, portion, chapter
  3. a part of a sacrificial rite
  4. department of knowledge, subject (AV., TS., ŚBr., R.)
  5. stalk
  6. switch, whip (MBh., R., Kauś., Suśr.)
  7. node of a tree trunk (W.)
  8. cluster (W.)
  9. multitude, abundance, quantity (Pāṇ., Kāś., Vcar.)
  10. arrow (MBh., Hit.)
  11. a long bone (Suśr.)
  12. rudder (R.)
  13. a measurement of area (Pāṇ., Vop.)
  14. cane (L.)
  15. opportunity, occasion (L.)
  16. a private place, privacy (L.)
  17. praise, flattery (L.)

Declension[edit]

Masculine a-stem declension of काण्ड
Nom. sg. काण्डः(kāṇḍaḥ)
Gen. sg. काण्डस्य(kāṇḍasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative काण्डः(kāṇḍaḥ) काण्डौ(kāṇḍau) काण्डाः(kāṇḍāḥ)
Vocative काण्ड(kāṇḍa) काण्डौ(kāṇḍau) काण्डाः(kāṇḍāḥ)
Accusative काण्डम्(kāṇḍam) काण्डौ(kāṇḍau) काण्डान्(kāṇḍān)
Instrumental काण्डेन(kāṇḍena) काण्डाभ्याम्(kāṇḍābhyām) काण्डैः(kāṇḍaiḥ)
Dative काण्डाय(kāṇḍāya) काण्डाभ्याम्(kāṇḍābhyām) काण्डेभ्यः(kāṇḍebhyaḥ)
Ablative काण्डात्(kāṇḍāt) काण्डाभ्याम्(kāṇḍābhyām) काण्डेभ्यः(kāṇḍebhyaḥ)
Genitive काण्डस्य(kāṇḍasya) काण्डयोः(kāṇḍayoḥ) काण्डानाम्(kāṇḍānām)
Locative काण्डे(kāṇḍe) काण्डयोः(kāṇḍayoḥ) काण्डेषु(kāṇḍeṣu)
Neuter a-stem declension of काण्ड
Nom. sg. काण्डम्(kāṇḍam)
Gen. sg. काण्डस्य(kāṇḍasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative काण्डम्(kāṇḍam) काण्डे(kāṇḍe) काण्डानि(kāṇḍāni)
Vocative काण्ड(kāṇḍa) काण्डे(kāṇḍe) काण्डानि(kāṇḍāni)
Accusative काण्डम्(kāṇḍam) काण्डे(kāṇḍe) काण्डानि(kāṇḍāni)
Instrumental काण्डेन(kāṇḍena) काण्डाभ्याम्(kāṇḍābhyām) काण्डैः(kāṇḍaiḥ)
Dative काण्डा(kāṇḍā) काण्डाभ्याम्(kāṇḍābhyām) काण्डेभ्यः(kāṇḍebhyaḥ)
Ablative काण्डात्(kāṇḍāt) काण्डाभ्याम्(kāṇḍābhyām) काण्डेभ्यः(kāṇḍebhyaḥ)
Genitive काण्डस्य(kāṇḍasya) काण्डयोः(kāṇḍayoḥ) काण्डानाम्(kāṇḍānām)
Locative काण्डे(kāṇḍe) काण्डयोः(kāṇḍayoḥ) काण्डेषु(kāṇḍeṣu)

References[edit]

  • Sir Monier Monier-Williams (1898) A Sanskrit-English dictionary etymologically and philologically arranged with special reference to cognate Indo-European languages, Oxford: Clarendon Press, page 0269
  • Sir Monier Monier-Williams (1898) A Sanskrit-English dictionary etymologically and philologically arranged with special reference to cognate Indo-European languages, Oxford: Clarendon Press, page 1324