See also: दूर and देर

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SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *drew-, oblique case stem of *dóru, whence also regularly Sanskrit दारु(dā́ru). Compare Ancient Greek δρῦς(drûs) and Old Church Slavonic дръва(drŭva).

NounEdit

द्रु ‎(drúm, n

  1. wood or any wooden implement (as a cup, an oar etc.)
  2. a tree or branch (masculine only)

DeclensionEdit

Masculine u-stem declension of द्रु
Nom. sg. द्रुः(druḥ)
Gen. sg. द्रोः(droḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative द्रुः(druḥ) द्रू(drū) द्रवः(dravaḥ)
Vocative द्रो(dro) द्रू(drū) द्रवः(dravaḥ)
Accusative द्रुम्(drum) द्रू(drū) द्रून्(drūn)
Instrumental द्रुणा(druṇā) द्रुभ्याम्(drubhyām) द्रुभिः(drubhiḥ)
Dative द्रवे(drave) द्रुभ्याम्(drubhyām) द्रुभ्यः(drubhyaḥ)
Ablative द्रोः(droḥ) द्रुभ्याम्(drubhyām) द्रुभ्यः(drubhyaḥ)
Genitive द्रोः(droḥ) द्र्वोः(drvoḥ) द्रूणाम्(drūṇām)
Locative द्रौ(drau) द्र्वोः(drvoḥ) द्रुषु(druṣu)
Neuter u-stem declension of द्रु
Nom. sg. द्रु(dru)
Gen. sg. द्रुणः(druṇaḥ)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative द्रु(dru) द्रुणी(druṇī) द्रूणि(drūṇi)
Vocative द्रु(dru) द्रुणी(druṇī) द्रूणि(drūṇi)
Accusative द्रु(dru) द्रुणी(druṇī) द्रूणि(drūṇi)
Instrumental द्रुणा(druṇā) द्रुभ्याम्(drubhyām) द्रुभिः(drubhiḥ)
Dative द्रुणे(druṇe) द्रुभ्याम्(drubhyām) द्रुभ्यः(drubhyaḥ)
Ablative द्रुणः(druṇaḥ) द्रुभ्याम्(drubhyām) द्रुभ्यः(drubhyaḥ)
Genitive द्रुणः(druṇaḥ) द्रुणोः(druṇoḥ) द्रूणाम्(drūṇām)
Locative द्रुणि(druṇi) द्रुणोः(druṇoḥ) द्रुषु(druṣu)

ReferencesEdit

  • Sir Monier Monier-Williams (1898) A Sanskrit-English dictionary etymologically and philologically arranged with special reference to cognate Indo-European languages, Oxford: Clarendon Press, page 0502