पाल

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See also: पल, पीला, and पुल

Hindi[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Sanskrit पल्ल(palla).

Noun[edit]

पाल ‎(pālm ‎(Urdu spelling پال)

  1. sail

Etymology 2[edit]

From Sanskrit पाली(pālī).

Noun[edit]

पाल ‎(pālm

  1. (poetic) dyke, dam

References[edit]

  • McGregor, Ronald Stuart (1993), “पाल”, in The Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary, London: Oxford University Press, page 625

Pali[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Noun[edit]

पाल ?

  1. Devanagari script form of pāla

Sanskrit[edit]

Noun[edit]

पाल ‎(pālam

  1. guard, protector, keeper
  2. herdsman
  3. protector of the earth, king, prince
  4. (also n) a spitting spittoon (as "recipient" ?)
  5. name of a serpent-demon of the race of vāsuki
  6. name of a prince
  7. (with भट्ट(bhaṭṭa)) name of an author

Declension[edit]

Masculine a-stem declension of पाल
Nom. sg. पालः(pālaḥ)
Gen. sg. पालस्य(pālasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative पालः(pālaḥ) पालौ(pālau) पालाः(pālāḥ)
Vocative पाल(pāla) पालौ(pālau) पालाः(pālāḥ)
Accusative पालम्(pālam) पालौ(pālau) पालान्(pālān)
Instrumental पालेन(pālena) पालाभ्याम्(pālābhyām) पालैः(pālaiḥ)
Dative पालाय(pālāya) पालाभ्याम्(pālābhyām) पालेभ्यः(pālebhyaḥ)
Ablative पालात्(pālāt) पालाभ्याम्(pālābhyām) पालेभ्यः(pālebhyaḥ)
Genitive पालस्य(pālasya) पालयोः(pālayoḥ) पालानाम्(pālānām)
Locative पाले(pāle) पालयोः(pālayoḥ) पालेषु(pāleṣu)
Neuter a-stem declension of पाल
Nom. sg. पालम्(pālam)
Gen. sg. पालस्य(pālasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative पालम्(pālam) पाले(pāle) पालानि(pālāni)
Vocative पाल(pāla) पाले(pāle) पालानि(pālāni)
Accusative पालम्(pālam) पाले(pāle) पालानि(pālāni)
Instrumental पालेन(pālena) पालाभ्याम्(pālābhyām) पालैः(pālaiḥ)
Dative पाला(pālā) पालाभ्याम्(pālābhyām) पालेभ्यः(pālebhyaḥ)
Ablative पालात्(pālāt) पालाभ्याम्(pālābhyām) पालेभ्यः(pālebhyaḥ)
Genitive पालस्य(pālasya) पालयोः(pālayoḥ) पालानाम्(pālānām)
Locative पाले(pāle) पालयोः(pālayoḥ) पालेषु(pāleṣu)

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 0622