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Sometimes transliterated as: Uruh, UruH, UUruh
Ūruḥ means thighs.
Ūruḥ belongs to masculine gender.
Sutra ūrṇoternalopah derives Ūruḥ from ūrṇu + Ku and ṇa elision.
In Sāhitya DarpaṇaIt mentions that:
“Both the thighs…”.
In RaghuvamśaRaghuvamśa states that:
“The strong upright shoulders and thighs…”.
In ManusmṛtiManu asserts that:
“Face, shoulders and thighs…”
- Sutra ūrṇoternalopah 1.31
- As per Amara.
- Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu