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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *bʰel- ‎(light, bright.). Cognate with Russian белый ‎(belyj), Latin flāvus.

NounEdit

भर्ग ‎(bhárgam

  1. radiance, effulgence, splendour

DeclensionEdit

Masculine a-stem declension of भर्ग
Nom. sg. भर्गः ‎(bhargaḥ)
Gen. sg. भर्गस्य ‎(bhargasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative भर्गः ‎(bhargaḥ) भर्गौ ‎(bhargau) भर्गाः ‎(bhargāḥ)
Vocative भर्ग ‎(bharga) भर्गौ ‎(bhargau) भर्गाः ‎(bhargāḥ)
Accusative भर्गम् ‎(bhargam) भर्गौ ‎(bhargau) भर्गान् ‎(bhargān)
Instrumental भर्गेण ‎(bhargeṇa) भर्गाभ्याम् ‎(bhargābhyām) भर्गैः ‎(bhargaiḥ)
Dative भर्गाय ‎(bhargāya) भर्गाभ्याम् ‎(bhargābhyām) भर्गेभ्यः ‎(bhargebhyaḥ)
Ablative भर्गात् ‎(bhargāt) भर्गाभ्याम् ‎(bhargābhyām) भर्गेभ्यः ‎(bhargebhyaḥ)
Genitive भर्गस्य ‎(bhargasya) भर्गयोः ‎(bhargayoḥ) भर्गाणाम् ‎(bhargāṇām)
Locative भर्गे ‎(bharge) भर्गयोः ‎(bhargayoḥ) भर्गेषु ‎(bhargeṣu)

Proper nounEdit

भर्ग ‎(bhárgam

  1. name of रुद्रशिव ‎(rudra-śiva) (as name of the number 11)
  2. name of Brahma
  3. name of a man with patronymic प्रागाथ ‎(prāgātha)
  4. name of a king, the son of वेणुहोत्र ‎(veṇu-hotra)
  5. name a son of वीतिहोत्र ‎(vītihotra)
  6. name of a son of वह्नि ‎(vahni)
  7. (in the plural) name of a people

Proper nounEdit

भर्ग ‎(bhárgan

  1. name of a सामन् ‎(sāman)
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