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SanskritEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-Aryan *wŕ̥ṣā, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *wŕ̥šā, from Proto-Indo-European *wŕ̥sen (male, manly). Cognate with Ancient Greek ἄρσην (ársēn, male), Middle Persian [script needed] (aršan), Old Armenian առն (aṙn, ram). Related to ऋषभ (ṛṣabhá, bull).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

वृषन् (vṛ́ṣan)

  1. manly, powerful, strong, mighty, great (RV., AV., VS., Br.)

NounEdit

वृषन् (vṛ́ṣanm

  1. man, male (RV., AV., VS., Br.)
  2. a kind of meter (RPrāt.)
  3. name of a man (RV.)
  4. name of Karṇa (L.)
  5. name of a sāman (Lāṭy.)
  6. epithet of various gods

DeclensionEdit

Masculine an-stem declension of वृषन् (vṛ́ṣan)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative वृषा
vṛ́ṣā
वृषाणौ / वृषाणा¹
vṛ́ṣāṇau / vṛ́ṣāṇā¹
वृषाणः
vṛ́ṣāṇaḥ
Vocative वृषन्
vṛ́ṣan
वृषाणौ / वृषाणा¹
vṛ́ṣāṇau / vṛ́ṣāṇā¹
वृषाणः
vṛ́ṣāṇaḥ
Accusative वृषाणम्
vṛ́ṣāṇam
वृषाणौ / वृषाणा¹
vṛ́ṣāṇau / vṛ́ṣāṇā¹
वृष्णः
vṛ́ṣṇaḥ
Instrumental वृष्णा
vṛ́ṣṇā
वृषभ्याम्
vṛ́ṣabhyām
वृषभिः
vṛ́ṣabhiḥ
Dative वृष्णे
vṛ́ṣṇe
वृषभ्याम्
vṛ́ṣabhyām
वृषभ्यः
vṛ́ṣabhyaḥ
Ablative वृष्णः
vṛ́ṣṇaḥ
वृषभ्याम्
vṛ́ṣabhyām
वृषभ्यः
vṛ́ṣabhyaḥ
Genitive वृष्णः
vṛ́ṣṇaḥ
वृष्णोः
vṛ́ṣṇoḥ
वृष्णाम्
vṛ́ṣṇām
Locative वृष्णि / वृषणि
vṛ́ṣṇi / vṛ́ṣaṇi
वृष्णोः
vṛ́ṣṇoḥ
वृषसु
vṛ́ṣasu
Notes
  • ¹Vedic

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