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सूनु

sūnu [ sUnu ]


1 m. one who urges or incites, an inciter Sāy. on RV. i, 103, 4

the sun ( = savitṛ ) L.




sūnú [ sUnu ]

2 m. a son, child, offspring RV. etc.

a younger brother Kir. i, 24

a daughter's son W.

N. of a Ṛṣi ( having the patr. Ārbhava or Kāśyapa, author of RV. x, 176 ), Aūkr

IndSt. ; f. a daughter Mn. i, 10. [ Cf. Zd. hunu ; Lith. sūnús ; Slav. syn˘u ; Goth. sunus ; Angl. Sax. sunu ; Eng. son ; Germ. ṣohn. ]



sūnú-tā [ sUnutA ]

f. sonship MBh.



sūnú-mát [ sUnumat ]

mfn. having sons RV.



sūnú-rūpa [ sUnurUpa ]

( ? ), mfn. having the form of a son JaimBr.



sūnú [ sUnu ]

3 m. ( for 1. 2. See under √ 1. 2. ) one who presses out or extracts the Soma-juice RV. iii, 1, 12 ( = 1. sotṛ Sāy. )



सूनु
 sūnu [ sUnu ]

1. 2. 3 See under √ 1. 2. , and p. 1241, col. 3