मुक्ति

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Hindi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit मुक्ति (mukti).

Noun[edit]

मुक्ति (muktif

  1. freedom, liberation

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Sanskrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the root मुच् (muc), which derives the verb मुञ्चति (muñcati, to loose, let loose, free). Related to Lithuanian mùkti (to be released, to escape) (1g. munkù, 1sg. past mukaũ).

Noun[edit]

मुक्ति (muktif

  1. setting or becoming free, release, liberation, deliverance from (in compounds)
  2. final liberation, emancipation, or beatitude
    Synonym: मोक्ष (mokṣa)
  3. abandonment, putting off, giving up
  4. throwing, casting, hurling, shooting, sending
  5. discharge (of a debt)

Declension[edit]

Feminine i-stem declension of मुक्ति
Nom. sg. मुक्तिः (muktiḥ)
Gen. sg. मुक्त्याः / मुक्तेः (muktyāḥ / mukteḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative मुक्तिः (muktiḥ) मुक्ती (muktī) मुक्तयः (muktayaḥ)
Vocative मुक्ते (mukte) मुक्ती (muktī) मुक्तयः (muktayaḥ)
Accusative मुक्तिम् (muktim) मुक्ती (muktī) मुक्तीः (muktīḥ)
Instrumental मुक्त्या (muktyā) मुक्तिभ्याम् (muktibhyām) मुक्तिभिः (muktibhiḥ)
Dative मुक्त्यै / मुक्तये (muktyai / muktaye) मुक्तिभ्याम् (muktibhyām) मुक्तिभ्यः (muktibhyaḥ)
Ablative मुक्त्याः / मुक्तेः (muktyāḥ / mukteḥ) मुक्तिभ्याम् (muktibhyām) मुक्तिभ्यः (muktibhyaḥ)
Genitive मुक्त्याः / मुक्तेः (muktyāḥ / mukteḥ) मुक्त्योः (muktyoḥ) मुक्तीनाम् (muktīnām)
Locative मुक्त्याम् / मुक्तौ (muktyām / muktau) मुक्त्योः (muktyoḥ) मुक्तिषु (muktiṣu)

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Proper noun[edit]

मुक्ति (Muktif

  1. name of a divine being, the wife of सत्य (Satya)