See also: अमृता

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HindiEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Sanskrit अमृत(amṛta).

NounEdit

अमृत ‎(amritm ‎(Urdu spelling امرت)

  1. an elixir; a substance that gives immortality to the user
  2. nectar

DeclensionEdit

Declension of अमृत
singular plural
direct अमृत(amŕt) अमृत(amŕt)
oblique अमृत(amŕt) अमृतों(amŕtõ)
vocative अमृत(amŕt) अमृतो(amŕto)

SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

From अ-(a-, not, im-, un-) +‎ मृत(mṛta, dead). Related to Avestan 𐬀𐬨𐬆𐬭𐬆𐬙𐬁𐬙(amərətāt, immortal) and Ancient Greek ἄμβροτος(ámbrotos, immortal).

AdjectiveEdit

अमृत ‎(amṛta)

  1. immortal
  2. imperishable
  3. beautiful, beloved

NounEdit

अमृत ‎(amṛtam

  1. immortal, god
  2. nectar
  3. ambrosia
  4. immortality
  5. A name of Shiva
  6. A name of Vishnu
  7. (botany) Phaseolus trilobus
  8. the root of a plant

DeclensionEdit

Masculine a-stem declension of अमृत
Nom. sg. अमृतः(amṛtaḥ)
Gen. sg. अमृतस्य(amṛtasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative अमृतः(amṛtaḥ) अमृतौ(amṛtau) अमृताः(amṛtāḥ)
Vocative अमृत(amṛta) अमृतौ(amṛtau) अमृताः(amṛtāḥ)
Accusative अमृतम्(amṛtam) अमृतौ(amṛtau) अमृतान्(amṛtān)
Instrumental अमृतेन(amṛtena) अमृताभ्याम्(amṛtābhyām) अमृतैः(amṛtaiḥ)
Dative अमृताय(amṛtāya) अमृताभ्याम्(amṛtābhyām) अमृतेभ्यः(amṛtebhyaḥ)
Ablative अमृतात्(amṛtāt) अमृताभ्याम्(amṛtābhyām) अमृतेभ्यः(amṛtebhyaḥ)
Genitive अमृतस्य(amṛtasya) अमृतयोः(amṛtayoḥ) अमृतानाम्(amṛtānām)
Locative अमृते(amṛte) अमृतयोः(amṛtayoḥ) अमृतेषु(amṛteṣu)

ReferencesEdit

  • Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, page 82