tyad

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त्यद्

त्यद्
 tyád [ tyad ]


nom. syá ( s ), syā', tyád, ( g. sarvâ`di ) that ( often used like an article, e.g. tyát paṇīnā'ṃ vásu, that i.e. the wealth of the Paṇis, ' RV. ix, 111, 2

sometimes strengthened by cíd

often put after utá, or after another demonstrative in the beginning of a sentence ), RV. AV. vii, 14, 1. ŚBr. xiv ( tyásya = máma, 4, 1, 26. n. tyám for tyád, 5, 3, 1 and [ in the etymology of satyám ] KaushUp. ) TUp. ii, 6.

tyád, ind. indeed, namely, as it is known ( always preceded by ha ), RV. [ cf. Old Germ. der. ]