गौर

HindiEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Sanskrit गौर

AdjectiveEdit

गौर (gaur) (Urdu spelling گور‎)

  1. white
  2. pale
  3. fair

Etymology 2Edit

From Sanskrit गौरी

Proper nounEdit

गौर (Gaurf (Urdu spelling گور‎)

  1. Hindu goddess Parvati
SynonymsEdit

SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

AdjectiveEdit

गौर (gaura)

  1. (in comp. or ifc. g. कडारादि) white, yellowish, reddish, pale red.
  2. shining, brilliant, clean, beautiful.

NounEdit

गौर (gauram

  1. white, yellowish (the colour).
  2. gaur, a kind of buffalo (Bos gaurus, often classed with the गवय).
  3. white mustard (the seed of which is used as a weight, = 3 राज-सर्षपs).
  4. Grislea tomentosa (धव) L.
  5. a species of rice.
  6. the moon.
  7. (astronomy) the planet Jupiter.
  8. Name of the नाग शेष.
  9. Name of चैतन्य (compare -चन्द्र)
  10. Name of a योग teacher (son of शुक and पीवरी).
  11. (plural) Name of a family (compare °रात्रेय).

NounEdit

गौर (gauran

  1. white mustard.
  2. Name of a potherb.
  3. saffron (compare कनक-).
  4. the filament of a lotus.
  5. gold.
  6. orpiment.
  7. = गौरिका.
  8. the earth.
  9. red chalk.
  10. a yellow pigment or dye (गो-रोचना, ‘orpiment’).
  11. turmeric (रजनी).
  12. Name of several other plants (प्रियंगु, मञ्जिष्ठा, श्वेत-दूर्वा, मल्लिका, तुलसी, सुवर्ण-कदली, आकाश-मांसी).
  13. Name of several metres (one of 4×12 syllables; another of 4×13 syllables; another of 4×26 long syllables)
  14. (music) a kind of measure.
  15. Name of a रागिणी.
  16. (Hinduism) ‘brilliant Goddess’, शिव's wife पार्वती.
  17. Name of वरुण's wife.
  18. Name of a विद्या-देवी.
  19. Name of शाक्य-मुनि's mother.
  20. Name of the wife of वि-रजस् and mother of सु-धामन्.
  21. Name of several other women.
  22. Name of several rivers (one originally the wife of प्रसेन-जित् or युवनाश्व, changed by his curse into the river बाहु-दा.); ([compare Lat. gilvus?])

ReferencesEdit

  • Monier William's Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 2nd Ed. 1899