Difference between revisions of "Irvvāruḥ"

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Irvvāruḥ can be used in both masculine and feminine forms.  
 
Irvvāruḥ can be used in both masculine and feminine forms.  
  
urvva+āru. Belongs to the pṛṣodarādi class. Cucumber - Amara
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==Origin==
kām̐kuḍa in Hindi. It is tasty, heavy and causes indigestion. It is cool. The ripe fruit provides relief from fever, vomiting, thirst and fatigue, according to Rājavallabha. More details can be seen under the word karkaṭī.
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It can be split as urvva+āru. It belongs to the pṛṣodarādi class. kām̐kuḍa in Hindi. It is tasty, heavy and causes indigestion. It is cool. The ripe fruit provides relief from fever, vomiting, thirst and fatigue, according to Rājavallabha. More details can be seen under the word karkaṭī.
 
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==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 03:46, 3 November 2014

By M. A. Alwar


Sometimes transliterated as: Irvvaruh, IrvvAruH, Irvvaaruh


Gender

Irvvāruḥ can be used in both masculine and feminine forms.

Origin

It can be split as urvva+āru. It belongs to the pṛṣodarādi class. kām̐kuḍa in Hindi. It is tasty, heavy and causes indigestion. It is cool. The ripe fruit provides relief from fever, vomiting, thirst and fatigue, according to Rājavallabha. More details can be seen under the word karkaṭī.

References

  • Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu