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Sutra ūrṇoternalopah derives Ūruḥ from ūrṇu + Ku and ṇa elision.<ref>Sutra ūrṇoternalopah 1.31</ref>  
 
Sutra ūrṇoternalopah derives Ūruḥ from ūrṇu + Ku and ṇa elision.<ref>Sutra ūrṇoternalopah 1.31</ref>  
  
synonym Sakthi. (Amara.) sāhitya darpaṇa states: “both the thighs…”. Raghuvamśa states: “The strong uprised shoulders and thighs…”. Manu states “face, shoulders and thighs…”
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==Synonyms==
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Sakthi<ref>As per [[Amara]].</ref>
  
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==Textual References==
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===In Sāhitya Darpaṇa===
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It mentions that:<blockquote>“Both the thighs…”.</blockquote>
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===In Raghuvamśa===
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Raghuvamśa states that:<blockquote>“The strong upright shoulders and thighs…”.</blockquote>
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===In Manusmṛti===
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Manu asserts that:<blockquote>“Face, shoulders and thighs…”</blockquote>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 16:53, 19 December 2016

By M. A. Alwar


Sometimes transliterated as: Uruh, UruH, UUruh


Ūruḥ means thighs.

Gender

Ūruḥ belongs to masculine gender.

Origin

Sutra ūrṇoternalopah derives Ūruḥ from ūrṇu + Ku and ṇa elision.[1]

Synonyms

Sakthi[2]

Textual References

In Sāhitya Darpaṇa

It mentions that:
“Both the thighs…”.

In Raghuvamśa

Raghuvamśa states that:
“The strong upright shoulders and thighs…”.

In Manusmṛti

Manu asserts that:
“Face, shoulders and thighs…”

References

  1. Sutra ūrṇoternalopah 1.31
  2. As per Amara.
  • Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu