Ibhaḥ

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• Ibhaḥ - m/f. eti gacchatīti (That which goes). Grammatically, it is derived as iṇ+bhan (an Uṇādi suffix) 1. Elephant 2. As the latter part of a compound, it indicates greatness – Amara. Manu 11|68 Trans. “Killing the donkey, horse, camel, deer, elephant, sheep and goat (will lead to varṇasaṅkara)” Uttaracharita: “smelling due to the shower of the knot which was rent apart and shattered by the elephant”