कुम्भ

SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-Aryan *kʰumbʰás, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *kʰumbʰás. Cognate with Avestan 𐬑𐬎𐬨𐬠𐬀(xumba), Tajik хум (xum), Yagnobi [script needed] (humb).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

कुम्भ (kumbhám

  1. a jar, pitcher, water-pot, ewer, small water-jar.
  2. an urn in which the bones of a dead person are collected.
  3. (astrology, astronomy) The sign of the zodiac Aquarius.
  4. a measure of grain (equal to twenty द्रोणs, a little more than three bushels and three gallons ; commonly called a comb ; some make it two द्रोणs or sixty-four Seers).
  5. the frontal globe or prominence on the upper part of the forehead of an elephant (there are two of these prominences which swell in the rutting season).

DeclensionEdit

Masculine a-stem declension of कुम्भ (kumbhá)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative कुम्भः
kumbháḥ
कुम्भौ
kumbhaú
कुम्भाः / कुम्भासः¹
kumbhā́ḥ / kumbhā́saḥ¹
Vocative कुम्भ
kúmbha
कुम्भौ
kúmbhau
कुम्भाः / कुम्भासः¹
kúmbhāḥ / kúmbhāsaḥ¹
Accusative कुम्भम्
kumbhám
कुम्भौ
kumbhaú
कुम्भान्
kumbhā́n
Instrumental कुम्भेन
kumbhéna
कुम्भाभ्याम्
kumbhā́bhyām
कुम्भैः / कुम्भेभिः¹
kumbhaíḥ / kumbhébhiḥ¹
Dative कुम्भाय
kumbhā́ya
कुम्भाभ्याम्
kumbhā́bhyām
कुम्भेभ्यः
kumbhébhyaḥ
Ablative कुम्भात्
kumbhā́t
कुम्भाभ्याम्
kumbhā́bhyām
कुम्भेभ्यः
kumbhébhyaḥ
Genitive कुम्भस्य
kumbhásya
कुम्भयोः
kumbháyoḥ
कुम्भानाम्
kumbhā́nām
Locative कुम्भे
kumbhé
कुम्भयोः
kumbháyoḥ
कुम्भेषु
kumbhéṣu
Notes
  • ¹Vedic

DescendantsEdit