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EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit दुर्ग (durga)

NounEdit

दुर्ग (durgm (Urdu spelling درگ)

  1. fortress
  2. castle, fort
  3. citadel, stronghold
  4. tower, chateau, bastille

SynonymsEdit


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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Sanskrit दुर्ग (durga).

NounEdit

दुर्ग (durgm

  1. fort, castle
    Synonyms: किल्ला (killā)

Derived termsEdit


SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

दुस्- (dus-, badly, with difficulty) +‎ गम् (gam, to come to, approach)

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

दुर्ग (durgám

  1. fortress
  2. citadel, stronghold, castle
  3. rough ground
  4. difficult or narrow passage
  5. a place difficult to access

DeclensionEdit

Masculine a-stem declension of दुर्ग
Nom. sg. दुर्गः (durgaḥ)
Gen. sg. दुर्गस्य (durgasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative दुर्गः (durgaḥ) दुर्गौ (durgau) दुर्गाः (durgāḥ)
Vocative दुर्ग (durga) दुर्गौ (durgau) दुर्गाः (durgāḥ)
Accusative दुर्गम् (durgam) दुर्गौ (durgau) दुर्गान् (durgān)
Instrumental दुर्गेन (durgena) दुर्गाभ्याम् (durgābhyām) दुर्गैः (durgaiḥ)
Dative दुर्गाय (durgāya) दुर्गाभ्याम् (durgābhyām) दुर्गेभ्यः (durgebhyaḥ)
Ablative दुर्गात् (durgāt) दुर्गाभ्याम् (durgābhyām) दुर्गेभ्यः (durgebhyaḥ)
Genitive दुर्गस्य (durgasya) दुर्गयोः (durgayoḥ) दुर्गानाम् (durgānām)
Locative दुर्गे (durge) दुर्गयोः (durgayoḥ) दुर्गेषु (durgeṣu)

ReferencesEdit

  • [1] definition from Sanskrit Dictionary for Spoken Sanskrit