तलवार

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EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit तरवारि (taravāri).[1] Doublet of तरवारि (tarvāri).Cognate with Rajasthani तरवार, Gujarati તલવાર (talvār), Marathi तलवार (talvār), Sindhi تَرارِ‎ / तरारि, Punjabi ਤਲਵਾਰ (talvār) / تَلْوار(tal​vār), Nepali तरवार (tarawār), Maithili तरुआरि (taruāri) / 𑒞𑒩𑒳𑒂𑒩𑒱 (taruāri), Bengali তরবারি (tôrôbari), তরোয়াল (tôroẏal), Assamese তৰোৱাল (torüal).

PronunciationEdit

  • (Delhi Hindi) IPA(key): /t̪əl.ʋɑːɾ/, [t̪əl̪.ʋäːɾ]

NounEdit

तलवार (talvārf (Urdu spelling تَلْوَار‎)

  1. sword
    Synonyms: तरवारि (tarvāri), तेग़ (teġ), खड्ग (khaḍg), शमशेर (śamśer)

DeclensionEdit

Derived termsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Turner, Ralph Lilley, “taravāri”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, 1969–1985.

Further readingEdit


MarathiEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Old Marathi 𑘝𑘨𑘳𑘪𑘨𑘲 (taruvarī), from Sanskrit तरवारि (taravāri). Compare Rajasthani तरवार, Gujarati તલવાર (talvār), Hindustani تَلْوَار‎ / तलवार (talvār), Sindhi تَرارِ‎ / तरारि, Punjabi ਤਲਵਾਰ (talvār) / تَلْوار(tal​vār), Nepali तरवार (tarawār), Maithili तरुआरि (taruāri) / 𑒞𑒩𑒳𑒂𑒩𑒱 (taruāri), Bengali তরবারি (tôrôbari), তরোয়াল (tôroẏal), Assamese তৰোৱাল (torüal).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

तलवार (talvārf

  1. sword

Further readingEdit

  • Berntsen, Maxine, “तलवार”, in A Basic Marathi-English Dictionary, New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies, 1982-1983.
  • Molesworth, James Thomas, “तरवार”, in A dictionary, Marathi and English, Bombay: Printed for government at the Bombay Education Society's Press, 1857.
  • Date, Yasavanta Ramakrshna, “तरवार”, in Maharashtra Sabdakosa (in Marathi), Pune: Maharashtra Kosamandala, 1932-1950.
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley, “taravāri”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, 1969–1985.