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m. a husband's brother ( esp. his younger brother ) cf. RV. cf. AV. ( prob. as the player, because he has less to do than his elder brother ) ; the husband of a woman previously married cf. W. [ Cf. Arm. ''taigr''
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m. a husband's brother ( esp. his younger brother ), RV. AV. ( probably as the player, because he has less to do than his elder brother ) ; the husband of a woman previously married, W. [ Cf. Arm. ''taigr''; Gk. ''δαήρ'' ; Lat. ''levir'' ; Angl. S. ''tacur'' ; Germ. ''śeihhur'' ; Lith. ''déveris'' ; Slav. ''d˘everi''. ]   
 
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Gk. ''δαήρ'' ; Lat. ''levir'' ; Angl. S. ''tacur'' ; Germ. ''śeihhur'' ; Lith. ''déveris'' ; Slav. ''d˘everi''. ]   
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( ''°vṛ'-'' ), mfn. loving one's brother-in- law   
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( ''°vṛ'-'' ), mfn. loving one's brother-in-law.  
  
 
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See [[adevRghnI |á-devṛ-ghnī]]   
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See [[adevRghnI |''á-devṛ-ghnī'']].  
  
 
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devṛ' [ devR ]


m. a husband's brother ( esp. his younger brother ), RV. AV. ( probably as the player, because he has less to do than his elder brother ) ; the husband of a woman previously married, W. [ Cf. Arm. taigr; Gk. δαήρ ; Lat. levir ; Angl. S. tacur ; Germ. śeihhur ; Lith. déveris ; Slav. d˘everi. ]




devṛ'-kāma [ devRkAma ]

( °vṛ'- ), mfn. loving one's brother-in-law.



devṛ'-ghnī [ devRghnI ]