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SanskritEdit

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)