सर्प

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सर्प

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit सर्प ‎(sarpá), from Proto-Indo-European *serp-.

Noun[edit]

सर्प ‎(sarpm ‎(Urdu spelling سرپ)

  1. snake

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Sanskrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *serp-. Cognates include Latin serpēns ‎(serpent) and Ancient Greek ἑρπετόν ‎(herpetón).

Adjective[edit]

सर्प ‎(sarpá)

  1. creeping, crawling, stealing along

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Noun[edit]

सर्प ‎(sarpám

  1. a snake, serpent, serpent-demon (nāga), tortuous motion
  2. a particular constellation (when only the three unfavourable planets are situated in the three kendras)
  3. Mesua ferrea ( <= Mesua roxburghii), the Ceylon ironwood
  4. name of one of the 11 rudras of a rakshasa
  5. (in the plural) name of a particular tribe of mlecchas (formerly kshatriyas and described as wearing beards)
  6. name of the wife of a Rudra

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सर्प ‎(sarpán

  1. = सपसामन् ‎(sapa-sāman)

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