सम्राज्

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From सम् (sam, together, all) +‎ राज् (rāj, king).

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सम्राज् (samrā́jm

  1. a supreme ruler, a universal king, a sovereign lord
    • c. 1700 BCE – 1200 BCE, Ṛgveda 6.68.9:
      प्र सम्राजे बृहते मन्म नु प्रियमर्च देवाय वरुणाय सप्रथः ।
      अयं य उर्वी महिना महिव्रतः क्रत्वा विभात्यजरो न शोचिषा ॥
      pra samrāje bṛhate manma nu priyamarca devāya varuṇāya saprathaḥ .
      ayaṃ ya urvī mahinā mahivrataḥ kratvā vibhātyajaro na śociṣā .
      Now will I sing a dear and far-extending hymn to Varuṇa the God, sublime, the imperial Lord,
      The Eternal mighty Governor, who, illumines both wide worlds with majesty and power as if with a flame.

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