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कुरु

कुरु /kuru/ m.
1) nom. pr. древний царь, основоположник рода Куру—героев «Махабхараты»
2) pl. род Куру, потомки Куру, Кауравы

Noun, m.

sg.du.pl.
Nom.kuruḥkurūkuravaḥ
Gen.kuroḥkurvoḥkurūṇām
Dat.kuravekurubhyāmkurubhyaḥ
Instr.kuruṇākurubhyāmkurubhiḥ
Acc.kurumkurūkurūn
Abl.kuroḥkurubhyāmkurubhyaḥ
Loc.kuraukurvoḥkuruṣu
Voc.kurokurūkuravaḥ



Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary

कुरु [ kuru ] [ kúru m. pl. N. of a people of India and of their country (situated near the country of the Pañcālas ; hence often connected with Pañcāla or Pañcāla ( see [ kuru-pañc ] below ) : the [ uttara-kuravaḥ ] , or [uttarāḥ kuravaḥ ] are the northern Kurus , the most northerly of the four Mahā-dvīpas or principal divisions of the known world ( distinguished from the [ dakṣiṇāḥ kuravaḥ ] or southern Kurus Lit. MBh. i , 4346 ) , by other systems regarded as one of the nine divisions or Varshas of the same ; it was probably a country beyond the most northern range of the Himâlaya , often described as a country of everlasting happiness ( Lit. AitBr. Lit. MBh. ) , and considered by some to be the ancient home of the Āryan race)

= [ ṛtvijas ] (priests) Lit. Naigh.

= [ kartāras ] ( " doers " , fr. √ 1. [ kṛ ] ) Comm. on Lit. ChUp.

N. of the ancestor of the Kurus (son of Saṃvaraṇa and Tapatī , daughter of the sun ( Lit. MBh. i , 3738 ff. Lit. Hariv. 1799 ) ; Kuru is the ancestor of both Pāṇḍu and Dhṛita-rāshṭra , though the patronymic derived from his name is usually applied only to the sons of the latter , the sons and descendants of the former being called Pāṇḍavas)

N. of a son of Āgnīdhra and grandson of Priya-vrata Lit. VP. Lit. BhP.

boiled rice Lit. L.

the plant Solanum Jacquini (= [ kaṇṭakārikā ] ) Lit. L.

[ kuru f. ( [ ūs ] ) a princess of the Kuru race Lit. Pāṇ. 4-1 , 66 & 176 ( cf. [ kaurava ] , )