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विश्व

विश्व /viśva/
1.
1) каждый
2) pl. все, всё
2. n. вселённая
3. m. pl. разряд божеств

Adj., m./n./f.

m.sg.du.pl.
Nom.viśvaḥviśvauviśve, viśvāḥ
Gen.viśvasyaviśvayoḥviśveṣām
Dat.viśvasmaiviśvābhyāmviśvebhyaḥ
Instr.viśvenaviśvābhyāmviśvaiḥ
Acc.viśvamviśvauviśvān
Abl.viśvāt, viśvasmātviśvābhyāmviśvebhyaḥ
Loc.viśve, viśvasminviśvayoḥviśveṣu
Voc.viśvaviśvauviśvāḥ


f.sg.du.pl.
Nom.viśvāviśveviśvāḥ
Gen.viśvasyāḥviśvayoḥviśvāsām
Dat.viśvasyaiviśvābhyāmviśvābhyaḥ
Instr.viśvayāviśvābhyāmviśvābhiḥ
Acc.viśvāmviśveviśvāḥ
Abl.viśvasyāḥviśvābhyāmviśvābhyaḥ
Loc.viśvasyāmviśvayoḥviśvāsu
Voc.viśveviśveviśvāḥ


n.sg.du.pl.
Nom.viśvamviśveviśvāni
Gen.viśvasyaviśvayoḥviśveṣām
Dat.viśvasmaiviśvābhyāmviśvebhyaḥ
Instr.viśvenaviśvābhyāmviśvaiḥ
Acc.viśvamviśveviśvāni
Abl.viśvāt, viśvasmātviśvābhyāmviśvebhyaḥ
Loc.viśve, viśvasminviśvayoḥviśveṣu
Voc.viśvaviśveviśvāni





Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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विश्व [ viśva ] [ ví śva ] m. f. n. ( prob. fr. √ 1. [ viś ] , to pervade cf. Lit. Uṇ. i , 151 ; declined as a pron. like [ sarva ] , by which it is superseded in the Brāhmaṇas and later language) all , every , every one

whole , entire , universal Lit. RV.

all-pervading or all-containing , omnipresent (applied to Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa , the soul , intellect ) Lit. Up. Lit. MBh.

[ viśva ] m. (in phil.) the intellectual faculty or (accord. to some) the faculty which perceives individuality or the individual underlying the gross body ( [ sthūla-śarīra-vyaṣṭy-upahita ] ) Lit. Vedântas.

N. of a class of gods cf. below

N. of the number " thirteen " Lit. Gol.

of a class of deceased ancestors Lit. MārkP.

of a king Lit. MBh.

of a well-known dictionary = [ viśva-prakāśa ]

pl. ( [ ví śve ] , with or scil. [ devā́s ] cf. [ viśve-deva ] , p.995) " all the gods collectively " or the " All-gods " ( a partic. class of gods , forming one of the 9 Gaṇas enumerated under [ gaṇadevatā ] q.v. ; accord. to the Vishṇu and other Purāṇas they were sons of Viśvā , daughter of Daksha , and their names are as follow , 1. Vasu , 2. Satya , 3. Kratu , 4. Daksha , 5. Kāla , 6. Kāma , 7. Dhṛiti , 8. Kuru , 9. Purū-ravas , 10. Mādravas ( ? ) ; two others are added by some , viz. 11. Rocaka or Locana , 12. Dhvani ( or Dhūri ; or this may make 13 ) : they are particularly worshipped at Śrāddhas and at the Vaiśvadeva ceremony ( Lit. RTL. 416 ) ; moreover accord. to Manu ( Lit. iii , 90 , 121 ) , offerings should be made to them daily - these privileges having been bestowed on them by Brahmā and the Pitṛis , as a reward for severe austerities they had performed on the Himâlaya: sometimes it is difficult to decide whether the expression [ viśve devāḥ ] refers to all the gods or to the particular troop of deities described above ) Lit. RV. ( Page992,3 )

[ viśvā ] f. the earth Lit. L. (loc. pl. " in all places , everywhere " Lit. RV. viii , 106 , 2)

dry ginger Lit. L.

Piper Longum Lit. L.

Asparagus Racemosus Lit. L.

= [ ati-viṣā ] , or [ viṣā ] Lit. L.

N. of one of the tongues of Agni Lit. MārkP.

a partic. weight Lit. L.

N. of a daughter of Daksha (the wife of Dharma and mother of the Viśve Devāḥ) Lit. MBh. Lit. Hariv. Lit. Pur.

of a river Lit. BhP.

[ viśva ] n. the whole world , universe Lit. AV.

dry ginger Lit. Suśr.

myrrh Lit. L.

a mystical N. of the sound [ o ] Lit. Up.


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