बोधि

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Sanskrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *bʰewdʰ-.

Noun[edit]

बोधि ‎(bodhim

  1. (also feminine gender) (Buddhism, Jainism) bodhi: perfect knowledge or wisdom (by which a man becomes a buddha or jina), the illuminated or enlightened intellect (of a Buddha or jina) (Kathās., Rājat., Śatr., Lalit.)
  2. the tree of wisdom under which perfect wisdom is attained or under which a man becomes a buddha, the sacred fig-tree: Ficus religiosa (Hcat.)
  3. "wakener", a cock (L.)
  4. name of a man (= Buddha in a former birth) (Jātakam.)
  5. name of a mythical elephant (Lalit.)
  6. name of a place (L.)
  7. (in the plural) name of a people (R.)

Declension[edit]

Masculine i-stem declension of बोधि
Nom. sg. बोधिः(bodhiḥ)
Gen. sg. बोधेः(bodheḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative बोधिः(bodhiḥ) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Vocative बोधे(bodhe) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Accusative बोधिम्(bodhim) बोधी(bodhī) बोधीन्(bodhīn)
Instrumental बोधिना(bodhinā) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभिः(bodhibhiḥ)
Dative बोधये(bodhaye) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Ablative बोधेः(bodheḥ) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Genitive बोधेः(bodheḥ) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधीनाम्(bodhīnām)
Locative बोधौ(bodhau) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधिषु(bodhiṣu)
Feminine i-stem declension of बोधि
Nom. sg. बोधिः(bodhiḥ)
Gen. sg. बोध्याः / बोधेः(bodhyāḥ / bodheḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative बोधिः(bodhiḥ) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Vocative बोधे(bodhe) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Accusative बोधिम्(bodhim) बोधी(bodhī) बोधीः(bodhīḥ)
Instrumental बोध्या(bodhyā) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभिः(bodhibhiḥ)
Dative बोध्यै / बोधये(bodhyai / bodhaye) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Ablative बोध्याः / बोधेः(bodhyāḥ / bodheḥ) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Genitive बोध्याः / बोधेः(bodhyāḥ / bodheḥ) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधीनाम्(bodhīnām)
Locative बोध्याम् / बोधौ(bodhyām / bodhau) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधिषु(bodhiṣu)

Adjective[edit]

बोधि ‎(bodhi)

  1. learned, wise (Uṇ. IV, 117)

Declension[edit]

Masculine i-stem declension of बोधि
Nom. sg. बोधिः(bodhiḥ)
Gen. sg. बोधेः(bodheḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative बोधिः(bodhiḥ) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Vocative बोधे(bodhe) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Accusative बोधिम्(bodhim) बोधी(bodhī) बोधीन्(bodhīn)
Instrumental बोधिना(bodhinā) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभिः(bodhibhiḥ)
Dative बोधये(bodhaye) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Ablative बोधेः(bodheḥ) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Genitive बोधेः(bodheḥ) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधीनाम्(bodhīnām)
Locative बोधौ(bodhau) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधिषु(bodhiṣu)
Feminine i-stem declension of बोधि
Nom. sg. बोधिः(bodhiḥ)
Gen. sg. बोध्याः / बोधेः(bodhyāḥ / bodheḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative बोधिः(bodhiḥ) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Vocative बोधे(bodhe) बोधी(bodhī) बोधयः(bodhayaḥ)
Accusative बोधिम्(bodhim) बोधी(bodhī) बोधीः(bodhīḥ)
Instrumental बोध्या(bodhyā) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभिः(bodhibhiḥ)
Dative बोध्यै / बोधये(bodhyai / bodhaye) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Ablative बोध्याः / बोधेः(bodhyāḥ / bodheḥ) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Genitive बोध्याः / बोधेः(bodhyāḥ / bodheḥ) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधीनाम्(bodhīnām)
Locative बोध्याम् / बोधौ(bodhyām / bodhau) बोध्योः(bodhyoḥ) बोधिषु(bodhiṣu)
Neuter i-stem declension of बोधि
Nom. sg. बोधि(bodhi)
Gen. sg. बोधिनः(bodhinaḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative बोधि(bodhi) बोधिनी(bodhinī) बोधीनि(bodhīni)
Vocative बोधि(bodhi) बोधिनी(bodhinī) बोधीनि(bodhīni)
Accusative बोधि(bodhi) बोधिनी(bodhinī) बोधीनि(bodhīni)
Instrumental बोधिना(bodhinā) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभिः(bodhibhiḥ)
Dative बोधिने(bodhine) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Ablative बोधिनः(bodhinaḥ) बोधिभ्याम्(bodhibhyām) बोधिभ्यः(bodhibhyaḥ)
Genitive बोधिनः(bodhinaḥ) बोधिनोः(bodhinoḥ) बोधीनाम्(bodhīnām)
Locative बोधिनि(bodhini) बोधिनोः(bodhinoḥ) बोधिषु(bodhiṣu)

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 0734