चरण

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Sanskrit[edit]

Noun[edit]

चरण ‎(caraṇan, m

  1. foot (Gobh., Mn., Bādar. MBh., etc.)
  2. pillar, support (Hariv.)
  3. tree root (L.)
  4. पाद ‎(pāda, metrical foot)
  5. dactyl
  6. section, division (Bhpr., Sarvad.)
  7. school or branch of the Veda
  8. going-about, course (RV., ŚBr.)
  9. acting, managing, performance, observance (AV., ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. VP.)
  10. behavior (KāṭyŚr., ChUp.)
  11. good conduct (Kauś., MBh., Lalit.)
  12. practicing (Gobh., Nal.)
  13. grazing, eating (W., L.)
  14. a certain high number (Buddh., L.)

Declension[edit]

Masculine a-stem declension of चरण
Nom. sg. चरणः ‎(caraṇaḥ)
Gen. sg. चरणस्य ‎(caraṇasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative चरणः ‎(caraṇaḥ) चरणौ ‎(caraṇau) चरणाः ‎(caraṇāḥ)
Vocative चरण ‎(caraṇa) चरणौ ‎(caraṇau) चरणाः ‎(caraṇāḥ)
Accusative चरणम् ‎(caraṇam) चरणौ ‎(caraṇau) चरणान् ‎(caraṇān)
Instrumental चरणेन ‎(caraṇena) चरणाभ्याम् ‎(caraṇābhyām) चरणैः ‎(caraṇaiḥ)
Dative चरणाय ‎(caraṇāya) चरणाभ्याम् ‎(caraṇābhyām) चरणेभ्यः ‎(caraṇebhyaḥ)
Ablative चरणात् ‎(caraṇāt) चरणाभ्याम् ‎(caraṇābhyām) चरणेभ्यः ‎(caraṇebhyaḥ)
Genitive चरणस्य ‎(caraṇasya) चरणयोः ‎(caraṇayoḥ) चरणानाम् ‎(caraṇānām)
Locative चरणे ‎(caraṇe) चरणयोः ‎(caraṇayoḥ) चरणेषु ‎(caraṇeṣu)
Neuter a-stem declension of चरण
Nom. sg. चरणम् ‎(caraṇam)
Gen. sg. चरणस्य ‎(caraṇasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative चरणम् ‎(caraṇam) चरणे ‎(caraṇe) चरणानि ‎(caraṇāni)
Vocative चरण ‎(caraṇa) चरणे ‎(caraṇe) चरणानि ‎(caraṇāni)
Accusative चरणम् ‎(caraṇam) चरणे ‎(caraṇe) चरणानि ‎(caraṇāni)
Instrumental चरणेन ‎(caraṇena) चरणाभ्याम् ‎(caraṇābhyām) चरणैः ‎(caraṇaiḥ)
Dative चरणा ‎(caraṇā) चरणाभ्याम् ‎(caraṇābhyām) चरणेभ्यः ‎(caraṇebhyaḥ)
Ablative चरणात् ‎(caraṇāt) चरणाभ्याम् ‎(caraṇābhyām) चरणेभ्यः ‎(caraṇebhyaḥ)
Genitive चरणस्य ‎(caraṇasya) चरणयोः ‎(caraṇayoḥ) चरणानाम् ‎(caraṇānām)
Locative चरणे ‎(caraṇe) चरणयोः ‎(caraṇayoḥ) चरणेषु ‎(caraṇeṣu)

Descendants[edit]

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 0389