भारत

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Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit भारत ‎(bhā́rata).

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भारत ‎(bhāratmUrdu spelling بھارت

  1. India

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Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit भारत ‎(bhā́rata).

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Proper noun[edit]

भारत ‎(Bhārat)

  1. India

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Sanskrit[edit]

Adjective[edit]

भारत ‎(bhā́rata)

  1. descended from भरत ‎(bharata) or the Bhāratas (applied to Agni either "sprung from the priests called Bharatas" or "bearer of the oblation")
  2. belonging or relating to the Bharatas
    1. (with युद्ध ‎(yuddha), संग्राम ‎(saṃgrāma), समर ‎(samara), समिति ‎(samiti)) the war or battle of the bharatas
    2. (with or scil. आख्यान ‎(ākhyāna) with इतिहास ‎(itihāsa) and कथा ‎(kathā)) the story of the Bharatas, the history or narrative of their war
    3. (with or scil. मण्डल ‎(maṇḍala) or वर्ष ‎(varṣa)) "king Bharatas's realm" i.e. India
  3. inhabiting भरतवर्ष ‎(bharata-varṣa) i.e. India; Indic

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Noun[edit]

भारत ‎(bhā́ratam

  1. a descendant of Bharata (also in pl. for Bharatās)
  2. (with अश्वमेध ‎(aśva-medha)), name of the author of Rigveda V, 27
  3. (with देववात ‎(deva-vāta) and देवश्रवस् ‎(deva-śravas)), name of the authors of Rigveda III, 23
  4. fire
  5. an actor (compare भरत ‎(bharata))
  6. name of the sun shining on the south of मेरु ‎(meru)

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Noun[edit]

भारत ‎(bhā́ratan

  1. the land of Bharatas i.e. India (compare above)
  2. the story of the Bharatas and their wars (sometimes identified with the महाभारत ‎(mahā-bhārata), and sometimes distinguished from it)
  3. (with सरस् ‎(saras)) name of a lake

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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 0753