ज्योतिस्

SanskritEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From the root ज्युत् (jyut), a reborrowed Prakrit form of द्युत् (dyut).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ज्योतिस् (jyótisn

  1. light (of the sun, dawn, fire, lightning)
  2. brightness (of the sky)
  3. light appearing in the 3 worlds, viz. on earth, in the intermediate region, and in the sky or heaven
    1. the fire on earth
    2. the sun or moon in the sky (used in the dual form to imply both of them)
    3. ether or air in the intermediate region
  4. flash of lightning
  5. moonlight
  6. the light of the eyes
  7. the eye
  8. (in the plural) the heavenly bodies, planets and stars
  9. course or movements of the heavenly bodies
  10. science of the movements of the heavenly bodies
  11. the light of heaven, celestial world
  12. light as the divine principle of life or source of intelligence, intelligence
  13. name of several ekāhas
  14. a metre of 32 short and 16 long syllables
  15. a mystical name for the letter ra

DeclensionEdit

Neuter is-stem declension of ज्योतिस् (jyótis)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative ज्योतिः
jyótiḥ
ज्योतिषी
jyótiṣī
ज्योतींषि
jyótīṃṣi
Vocative ज्योतिः
jyótiḥ
ज्योतिषी
jyótiṣī
ज्योतींषि
jyótīṃṣi
Accusative ज्योतिः
jyótiḥ
ज्योतिषी
jyótiṣī
ज्योतींषि
jyótīṃṣi
Instrumental ज्योतिषा
jyótiṣā
ज्योतिर्भ्याम्
jyótirbhyām
ज्योतिर्भिः
jyótirbhiḥ
Dative ज्योतिषे
jyótiṣe
ज्योतिर्भ्याम्
jyótirbhyām
ज्योतिर्भ्यः
jyótirbhyaḥ
Ablative ज्योतिषः
jyótiṣaḥ
ज्योतिर्भ्याम्
jyótirbhyām
ज्योतिर्भ्यः
jyótirbhyaḥ
Genitive ज्योतिषः
jyótiṣaḥ
ज्योतिषोः
jyótiṣoḥ
ज्योतिषाम्
jyótiṣām
Locative ज्योतिषि
jyótiṣi
ज्योतिषोः
jyótiṣoḥ
ज्योतिःषु
jyótiḥṣu

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