Irammadaḥ

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• Irammadaḥ - m. irayā udakena mādyati dīpyate abindhanatvāt (That which burns by water, by virtue of having water as fuel). Grammatically derived as irā+mad+khaś. The affix, and mum augment is given by nipātana by the rule ugrampaśyerammadapāṇindhamāśca. It refers to Lightning. The flash following thunderbolt. Synonyms are 2. meghajyotiḥ - Amara 3. meghāgniḥ - Jaṭādhara Bharata says, regarding this – It is the fire which flows out of clouds due to friction with each other, and falls on trees, etc. It also includes fire born in the air.