शुक

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Sanskrit[edit]

Noun[edit]

शुक ‎(śúkam

  1. parrot (RV.)
  2. name of a poet (Rājat.)
  3. a species of acacia (L.)
  4. Ziziphus scandens (L.)
  5. name of a son of Vyasa (MBh., Pur.)
  6. name of a warrior (MBh.)
  7. name of an asura (Hariv.)
  8. name of a king of the Gandharvas (R.)
  9. name of a minister of Rāvaṇa (R.)
  10. name of a Brahman ascetic (Buddh.)

Declension[edit]

Masculine a-stem declension of शुक
Nom. sg. शुकः(śukaḥ)
Gen. sg. शुकस्य(śukasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative शुकः(śukaḥ) शुकौ(śukau) शुकाः(śukāḥ)
Vocative शुक(śuka) शुकौ(śukau) शुकाः(śukāḥ)
Accusative शुकम्(śukam) शुकौ(śukau) शुकान्(śukān)
Instrumental शुकेन(śukena) शुकाभ्याम्(śukābhyām) शुकैः(śukaiḥ)
Dative शुकाय(śukāya) शुकाभ्याम्(śukābhyām) शुकेभ्यः(śukebhyaḥ)
Ablative शुकात्(śukāt) शुकाभ्याम्(śukābhyām) शुकेभ्यः(śukebhyaḥ)
Genitive शुकस्य(śukasya) शुकयोः(śukayoḥ) शुकानाम्(śukānām)
Locative शुके(śuke) शुकयोः(śukayoḥ) शुकेषु(śukeṣu)

Descendants[edit]

Noun[edit]

शुक ‎(śúkan

  1. (botany) name of various plants (L.)
  2. name of a particular drug or perfume, a gall also called granthiparam or ganthiala (L.)
  3. hem of a garment (L.)
  4. cloth, clothes (L.)
  5. helmet, turban (L.)
  6. name of a mythical weapon (MBh.)

Declension[edit]

Neuter a-stem declension of शुक
Nom. sg. शुकम्(śukam)
Gen. sg. शुकस्य(śukasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative शुकम्(śukam) शुके(śuke) शुकानि(śukāni)
Vocative शुक(śuka) शुके(śuke) शुकानि(śukāni)
Accusative शुकम्(śukam) शुके(śuke) शुकानि(śukāni)
Instrumental शुकेन(śukena) शुकाभ्याम्(śukābhyām) शुकैः(śukaiḥ)
Dative शुका(śukā) शुकाभ्याम्(śukābhyām) शुकेभ्यः(śukebhyaḥ)
Ablative शुकात्(śukāt) शुकाभ्याम्(śukābhyām) शुकेभ्यः(śukebhyaḥ)
Genitive शुकस्य(śukasya) शुकयोः(śukayoḥ) शुकानाम्(śukānām)
Locative शुके(śuke) शुकयोः(śukayoḥ) शुकेषु(śukeṣu)

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 1079