See also: , , ने, नै, and

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SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *h₂nḗr(man).

NounEdit

नृ ‎(nṛ́m

  1. man, hero, person
  2. (chiefly plural) mankind, people
  3. (grammar) masculine word
  4. the pin or gnomon of a sundial
  5. (chess) a chess piece

DeclensionEdit

Masculine ṛ-stem declension of नृ
Nom. sg. ना()
Gen. sg. नुः(nuḥ) / नरः(naraḥ)(nuḥ(nuḥ) / naraḥ(naraḥ))
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative ना() नारौ(nārau) नारः(nāraḥ)
Vocative नर्(nar) नारौ(nārau) नारः(nāraḥ)
Accusative नारम्(nāram) नारौ(nārau) नॄन्(nṝn)
Instrumental न्रा(nrā) नृभ्याम्(nṛbhyām) नृभिः(nṛbhiḥ)
Dative न्रे(nre) / नरे(nare)(nre(nre) / nare(nare)) नृभ्याम्(nṛbhyām) नृभ्यः(nṛbhyaḥ)
Ablative नुः(nuḥ) / नरः(naraḥ)(nuḥ(nuḥ) / naraḥ(naraḥ)) नृभ्याम्(nṛbhyām) नृभ्यः(nṛbhyaḥ)
Genitive नुः(nuḥ) / नरः(naraḥ)(nuḥ(nuḥ) / naraḥ(naraḥ)) न्रोः(nroḥ) नॄणाम्(nṝṇām) / नृणाम्(nṛṇām) / नराम्(narām)(nṝṇām(nṝṇām) / nṛṇām(nṛṇām) / narām(narām))
Locative नरि(nari) न्रोः(nroḥ) नृषु(nṛṣu)

Derived termsEdit

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, pages 567, 568