उद्गातृ

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SanskritEdit

NounEdit

उद्गातृ ‎(ud-gātṛ́m

  1. one of the four chief-priests (namely the one who chants the hymns of the sāmaveda), chanter
    • RV 2.43.2a
      उद्गातेव शकुने साम गायसि बरह्मपुत्र इव सवनेषु शंससि |
      वर्षेव वाजी शिशुमतीरपीत्या सर्वतो नः शकुने भद्रमा वद विश्वतो नः शकुने पुण्यमा वद ||
      udghāteva śakune sāma ghāyasi brahmaputra iva savaneṣu śaṃsasi |
      vṛṣeva vājī śiśumatīrapītyā sarvato naḥ śakune bhadramā vada viśvato naḥ śakune puṇyamā vada ||
      Thou like the chanter-priest chantest the Sāma, Bird; thou singest at libations like a Brahman's son.
      Even as a vigorous horse when he comes near the mare, announce to us good fortune, Bird, on every side, proclaim in all directions happy luck, O Bird.

DeclensionEdit

Masculine ṛ-stem declension of उद्गातृ
Nom. sg. उद्गाता ‎(udgātā)
Gen. sg. उद्गातुः ‎(udgātuḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative उद्गाता ‎(udgātā) उद्गातारौ ‎(udgātārau) उद्गातारः ‎(udgātāraḥ)
Vocative उद्गातर् ‎(udgātar) उद्गातारौ ‎(udgātārau) उद्गातारः ‎(udgātāraḥ)
Accusative उद्गातारम् ‎(udgātāram) उद्गातारौ ‎(udgātārau) उद्गातॄन् ‎(udgātṝn)
Instrumental उद्गात्रा ‎(udgātrā) उद्गातृभ्याम् ‎(udgātṛbhyām) उद्गातृभिः ‎(udgātṛbhiḥ)
Dative उद्गात्रे ‎(udgātre) उद्गातृभ्याम् ‎(udgātṛbhyām) उद्गातृभ्यः ‎(udgātṛbhyaḥ)
Ablative उद्गातुः ‎(udgātuḥ) उद्गातृभ्याम् ‎(udgātṛbhyām) उद्गातृभ्यः ‎(udgātṛbhyaḥ)
Genitive उद्गातुः ‎(udgātuḥ) उद्गात्रोः ‎(udgātroḥ) उद्गातॄणाम् ‎(udgātṝṇām)
Locative उद्गातरि ‎(udgātari) उद्गात्रोः ‎(udgātroḥ) उद्गातृषु ‎(udgātṛṣu)

ReferencesEdit

  • 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 0187
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