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SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *h₂énh₂ts (duck). Cognate with Latin anas, Old East Slavic уты (uty), Old Prussian antis, Old English æned (English ennet).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

आति (ātíf

  1. aquatic bird
    • c. 1700 BCE – 1200 BCE, Ṛgveda 10.95.9
      यदासु मर्तो अमृतासु निस्पृक्सं क्षोणीभिः क्रतुभिर्न पृङ्क्ते।
      ता आतयो न तन्वः शुम्भत स्वा अश्वासो न क्रीळयो दन्दशानाः॥
      yadāsu marto amṛtāsu nispṛksaṃ kṣoṇībhiḥ kratubhirna pṛṅkte.
      ātayo na tanvaḥ śumbhata svā aśvāso na krīḷayo dandaśānāḥ.
      When, loving these Immortal Ones, the mortal hath converse with the nymphs as they allow him.
      Like swans they show the beauty of their bodies, like horses in their play they bite and nibble.
  2. the bird Turdus ginginianus (Acridotheres ginginianus ? )

DeclensionEdit

Feminine i-stem declension of आति
Nom. sg. आतिः (ātiḥ)
Gen. sg. आत्याः / आतेः (ātyāḥ / āteḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative आतिः (ātiḥ) आती (ātī) आतयः (ātayaḥ)
Vocative आते (āte) आती (ātī) आतयः (ātayaḥ)
Accusative आतिम् (ātim) आती (ātī) आतीः (ātīḥ)
Instrumental आत्या (ātyā) आतिभ्याम् (ātibhyām) आतिभिः (ātibhiḥ)
Dative आत्यै / आतये (ātyai / ātaye) आतिभ्याम् (ātibhyām) आतिभ्यः (ātibhyaḥ)
Ablative आत्याः / आतेः (ātyāḥ / āteḥ) आतिभ्याम् (ātibhyām) आतिभ्यः (ātibhyaḥ)
Genitive आत्याः / आतेः (ātyāḥ / āteḥ) आत्योः (ātyoḥ) आतीनाम् (ātīnām)
Locative आत्याम् / आतौ (ātyām / ātau) आत्योः (ātyoḥ) आतिषु (ātiṣu)

DescendantsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, page 134