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SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

वाङ् (vāṅ) +‎ मय (maya).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

वाङ्मय (vāṅmáya)

  1. eloquent, rhetorical

NounEdit

वाङ्मय (vāṅmáyan, m

  1. speech, eloquence, rhetoric
  2. literature

DeclensionEdit

Masculine a-stem declension of वाङ्मय (vāṅmaya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative वाङ्मयः
vāṅmayaḥ
वाङ्मयौ
vāṅmayau
वाङ्मयाः / वाङ्मयासः¹
vāṅmayāḥ / vāṅmayāsaḥ¹
Vocative वाङ्मय
vāṅmaya
वाङ्मयौ
vāṅmayau
वाङ्मयाः / वाङ्मयासः¹
vāṅmayāḥ / vāṅmayāsaḥ¹
Accusative वाङ्मयम्
vāṅmayam
वाङ्मयौ
vāṅmayau
वाङ्मयान्
vāṅmayān
Instrumental वाङ्मयेन
vāṅmayena
वाङ्मयाभ्याम्
vāṅmayābhyām
वाङ्मयैः / वाङ्मयेभिः¹
vāṅmayaiḥ / vāṅmayebhiḥ¹
Dative वाङ्मयाय
vāṅmayāya
वाङ्मयाभ्याम्
vāṅmayābhyām
वाङ्मयेभ्यः
vāṅmayebhyaḥ
Ablative वाङ्मयात्
vāṅmayāt
वाङ्मयाभ्याम्
vāṅmayābhyām
वाङ्मयेभ्यः
vāṅmayebhyaḥ
Genitive वाङ्मयस्य
vāṅmayasya
वाङ्मययोः
vāṅmayayoḥ
वाङ्मयानाम्
vāṅmayānām
Locative वाङ्मये
vāṅmaye
वाङ्मययोः
vāṅmayayoḥ
वाङ्मयेषु
vāṅmayeṣu
Notes
  • ¹Vedic
Neuter a-stem declension of वाङ्मय (vāṅmaya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative वाङ्मयम्
vāṅmayam
वाङ्मये
vāṅmaye
वाङ्मयानि / वाङ्मया¹
vāṅmayāni / vāṅmayā¹
Vocative वाङ्मय
vāṅmaya
वाङ्मये
vāṅmaye
वाङ्मयानि / वाङ्मया¹
vāṅmayāni / vāṅmayā¹
Accusative वाङ्मयम्
vāṅmayam
वाङ्मये
vāṅmaye
वाङ्मयानि / वाङ्मया¹
vāṅmayāni / vāṅmayā¹
Instrumental वाङ्मयेन
vāṅmayena
वाङ्मयाभ्याम्
vāṅmayābhyām
वाङ्मयैः / वाङ्मयेभिः¹
vāṅmayaiḥ / vāṅmayebhiḥ¹
Dative वाङ्मयाय
vāṅmayāya
वाङ्मयाभ्याम्
vāṅmayābhyām
वाङ्मयेभ्यः
vāṅmayebhyaḥ
Ablative वाङ्मयात्
vāṅmayāt
वाङ्मयाभ्याम्
vāṅmayābhyām
वाङ्मयेभ्यः
vāṅmayebhyaḥ
Genitive वाङ्मयस्य
vāṅmayasya
वाङ्मययोः
vāṅmayayoḥ
वाङ्मयानाम्
vāṅmayānām
Locative वाङ्मये
vāṅmaye
वाङ्मययोः
vāṅmayayoḥ
वाङ्मयेषु
vāṅmayeṣu
Notes
  • ¹Vedic

ReferencesEdit

  • वाङ्मय” in Carl Cappeller, A Sanskrit–English Dictionary: Based upon the St. Petersburg Lexicons, Strasbourg: Karl J. Trübner, 1891, OCLC 186102264, page 482, column 2.
  • 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 937/2