By M. A. Alwar
Sometimes transliterated as: Urmi, Urmi, UUrmi
Ūrmi means waves.
Ūrmi can be used in feminine as well as masculine form.
It is derived from ṛ + mi by Uṇādi Sūtra from “arterudādeśaśca" which means “The flag flew as if the wave of the heavenly ganges”.
In Bhāgavata TīkāIt has been stated in the bhāgavata ṭīkā that:
“sorrow, love, oldage, death, hunger and thirst are six intensities.”
In Literary WorksIn one of the literary works it has been stated that:
“The longings are of six types: Hunger, thirst, longings of the mind and self, sorrow, love, old age and death of the body”.
By VaijayantīThe vaijayantī states that it also stands for six types of a horse’s movement.
“The horses which are ready and ready to run, have great speed and that is known as ūrmi”.
Māgha uses the bosoms with the pace of ūrmi.
- Uṇādi Sūtra 12.54
- According to Medinī.
- According to Hemacandra.
- Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu