गृणाति

See also: गणित

SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-Aryan *gr̥náHti, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *gr̥náHti, from Proto-Indo-European *gʷr̥-né-H-ti, from *gʷerH- (to welcome, greet, praise). Cognate with Avestan 𐬀𐬎𐬎𐬌 𐬔𐬆𐬭𐬆𐬧𐬙𐬈‎(auui gərəṇte‎) Latin grātus (welcome), Old Church Slavonic жрьти (žrĭti, to sacrifice), Old Prussian girtwei (to praise).

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

गृणाति (gṛṇā́ti) (root गृ, class 9, type U) (parasmaipada)

  1. to call, call out to, invoke (RV., AV., ŚBr. IV, Bhag. XI, 21)
  2. to announce, proclaim (RV.)
  3. to mention with praise, praise, extol (RV., BhP. XI, 13, 41, Bhaṭṭ. VIII, 77)
  4. to pronounce, recite (MBh., VII, 1754, Ragh. BhP. I, 1, 14)
  5. to relate; to teach in verses (Gaṇit. i, 4, 5)

SynonymsEdit

(call, invoke, announce, proclaim): Synonyms: आचष्टे (ācaṣṭe), वक्ति (vakti), वदति (vadati), रपति (rapati), आख्याति (ākhyāti), भाषते (bhāṣate), ब्रूते (brūte), अभिधत्ते (abhidhatte), गदति (gadati), व्याहरति (vyāharati), जल्पति (jalpati), ब्रवीति (bravīti), अभिदधाति (abhidadhāti), व्याहरते (vyāharate), कथयति (kathayati), उदीरयति (udīrayati), कीर्तयति (kīrtayati), आलपति (ālapati), भणति (bhaṇati), वचति (vacati), वाचयति (vācayati), शंसति (śaṃsati)

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