राग

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Hindi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit राग.

Noun[edit]

राग ‎(rāgm ‎(Urdu spelling راگ)

  1. color
  2. emotion, feeling
  3. passion
  4. love
  5. joy
  6. sorrow
  7. desire
  8. raga (music)
  9. melody
  10. tune
  11. harmony

Pali[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Noun[edit]

राग ?

  1. colour
  2. hue
  3. dye
  4. lust
  5. attachment

Sanskrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Epic Sanskrit, from the verbal root rañj "to dye".

Noun[edit]

राग ‎(rāgam

  1. (epic) dye, colour, especially red colour
  2. (epic) passion, love, desire, delight
  3. (classical) beauty, loveliness, especially of a voice or song
  4. (classical) melody, harmony, "raga"

Declension[edit]

Masculine a-stem declension of राग
Nom. sg. रागः(rāgaḥ)
Gen. sg. रागस्य(rāgasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative रागः(rāgaḥ) रागौ(rāgau) रागाः(rāgāḥ)
Vocative राग(rāga) रागौ(rāgau) रागाः(rāgāḥ)
Accusative रागम्(rāgam) रागौ(rāgau) रागान्(rāgān)
Instrumental रागेन(rāgena) रागाभ्याम्(rāgābhyām) रागैः(rāgaiḥ)
Dative रागाय(rāgāya) रागाभ्याम्(rāgābhyām) रागेभ्यः(rāgebhyaḥ)
Ablative रागात्(rāgāt) रागाभ्याम्(rāgābhyām) रागेभ्यः(rāgebhyaḥ)
Genitive रागस्य(rāgasya) रागयोः(rāgayoḥ) रागानाम्(rāgānām)
Locative रागे(rāge) रागयोः(rāgayoḥ) रागेषु(rāgeṣu)