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AwadhiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit शाप (śāpa)

NounEdit

साप (sāp)

  1. curse
    • तुलसीदास (Tulsīdās), संकटमोचन हनुमानाष्टक (Sankatmochan Hanumanashtak) :
      चौंकि महा मुनि साप दियो
      cauṅki mahā muni sāp diyo

BundeliEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian صاف(sâf). Cognate with Hindi साफ़ (sāf).

AdjectiveEdit

साप (sāp)

  1. Banaphari standard form of साफ (sāph).

MarathiEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

पुल्लिंग (pulliṅg): साप m (sāp)
स्त्रीलिंग (strīliṅg): सापीण f (sāpīṇ)

From Old Marathi 𑘭𑘰𑘢 (sāpa), from Maharastri Prakrit 𑀲𑀧𑁆𑀧 (sappa), from Sanskrit सर्प (sarpá), from Proto-Indo-Aryan *sarpás, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *sarpás, from Proto-Indo-European *serp- (to crawl, creep). Doublet of सर्प (sarp). Cognate with Gujarati સાપ (sāp), Hindi साँप (sā̃p), Sindhi سپُ‎ / सपु (sapu), Punjabi ਸੱਪ (sap) / سپ(sapp), Nepali साँप (sā̃pa), Oriya ସାପ (sapô), Bengali সাপ (sap), Assamese সাপ (xap).

NounEdit

साप (sāpm

  1. snake
  2. reptile

ReferencesEdit

  • Maxine Berntsen (1982-1983), “साप”, in A Basic Marathi-English Dictionary, New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies
  • James Thomas Molesworth (1857), “साप”, in A dictionary, Marathi and English, Bombay: Printed for government at the Bombay Education Society's Press
  • Yasavanta Ramakrshna Date (1932-1950), “साप”, in Maharashtra Sabdakosa (in Marathi), Pune: Maharashtra Kosamandala
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “sarpá (13271)”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press

NepaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit सर्प (sarpa), from Proto-Indo-European *serp-.

NounEdit

साप (sāp)

  1. snake