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Ūravyah means belonging to Vaiśya (Merchant) class.
  
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==Gender==
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Ūravyah is a masculine form.
  
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==Origin==
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Ūravyah originates from "born out of ūru (thigh) of Brahman."
  
18. ūravyah: Vaiśya (Merchant) class. Synonym as per Amarakośa is Vaiśya. It is masculine. It is derived as “born out of ūru (thigh) of Brahman. It has been stated in the Yajurveda as: “The brāhmaṇa was born out of the mouth of Brahman, kṣatriya out of arms, Vaiśya out of the thighs and śūdra out of the feet” (31.11)
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==Synonym==
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Synonym as per Amarakośa is Vaiśya. It is masculine. It is derived as It has been stated in the Yajurveda as: “The brāhmaṇa was born out of the mouth of Brahman, kṣatriya out of arms, Vaiśya out of the thighs and śūdra out of the feet” (31.11)
  
  

Revision as of 07:27, 4 November 2014

By M. A. Alwar


Sometimes transliterated as: Uravyah, Uravyah, UUravyah


Ūravyah means belonging to Vaiśya (Merchant) class.

Gender

Ūravyah is a masculine form.

Origin

Ūravyah originates from "born out of ūru (thigh) of Brahman."

Synonym

Synonym as per Amarakośa is Vaiśya. It is masculine. It is derived as It has been stated in the Yajurveda as: “The brāhmaṇa was born out of the mouth of Brahman, kṣatriya out of arms, Vaiśya out of the thighs and śūdra out of the feet” (31.11)


References

  • Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu

By M. A. Alwar