Related Sanskrit Words:
Derived Words in Other Languages:
jāmí [ jAmi ]
mfn. related like brother and sister, ( f. with [ cf. RV. i, iii, ix ] or without svásṛ ) a sister, ( rarely m. ) a brother cf. RV. ( ' sisters ', = fingers
' 7 sisters ' = 7 acts of devotion in Soma worship, ix, 66, 8 ; saptá- ). cf. AV.
f. a female relative of the head of a family, esp. the daughter-in-law cf. Mn. iii, 57f. cf. MBh. xiii, xv cf. BhP. iv, 28 , 16
a sister ( ? ) cf. Yājñ. i, 157
a virtuous woman cf. L.
N. of a goddess cf. TBr. i, 7, 2, 6 ( cf. °mī )
n. the relation of brother and sister, consanguinity cf. RV. iii , 54, 9 ; x, 10, 4
( in Gr. and in liturgy ) uniformity, repetition, tautology cf. TS. cf. TBr. cf. ŚBr. cf. AitBr. cf. Lāṭy. cf. Nir
water cf. Naigh. i, 12 ( v.l. °mi-vat )
deva-jāmí ; [ cf. Lat. ge minus. ]
jāmí-kṛ't [ jAmikRt ]
mfn. creating relationship cf. AV. iv, 19, 1
jāmí-tvá [ jAmitva ]
n. consanguinity cf. RV. i, 105, 9 and 166, 13 ; x , 55, 4 and 64, 13
jāmí-vát [ jAmivat ]
ind. like a sister or brother, 23, 7
n. for jāmí, q.v.
jāmí-śaṃsá [ jAmizaMsa ]
m. curse pronounced by a relative cf. AV. ii, 10, 1 ff. ; ix, 4, 15