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rvs.1.30 19 High on the forehead of the Bull one chariot wheel ye ever keep,
rvs.1.31 5 Thou, Agni, art a Bull who makes our store increase, to be invoked by him who lifts the ladle up.
rvs.1.33 Indra, the Bull, made his ally the thunder, and with its light milked cows from out the darkness.
rvs.1.36 The glorious Bull, invoked, hath stood at Kanvas' side: loud neighed the Steed in frays for kine.
rvs.1.37 5 Praise ye the Bull among the cows; for it is the Maruts sportive band:
rvs.1.54 Who with his daring might, a Bull exceeding strong in strength, maketh him master of the heaven
rvs.1.54 High glory hath the Asura, compact of strength, drawn on by two Bay Steeds: a Bull, a Car is he.
rvs.1.55 A friendly Bull is he, a Bull to be desired when Maghavan auspiciously sends forth his voice.
rvs.1.79 2 Thy wellwinged- flashes strengthen in their manner, when the black Bull hath bellowed round
rvs.1.84 15 Then verily they recognized the essential form of Tvastars' Bull,
rvs.1.103 6 To him the truly strong, whose deeds are many, to him the strong Bull let us pour the Soma.
rvs.1.127 Whom, Bull with hair of flame the people must observe, the people that he speed them on.
rvs.1.131 Thou showest, Indra, then the bolt thy constant friend, the Bull that ever waits on thee.
rvs.1.140 He, by anothers' mouth and tongue a noble Bull, with other, as an elephant, consumes the trees.
rvs.1.141 Thirdly, that they might drain the treasures of the Bull, the maidens brought forth him for whom
rvs.1.154 3 Let the hymn lift itself as strength to Visnu, the Bull farstriding-, dwelling on the mountains,
rvs.1.160 Bull.
rvs.1.173 2 Let the Bull sing with Bulls whose toil is worship, with a loud roar like some wild beast that
rvs.1.177 1. THE Bull of men, who cherishes all people, King of the Races, Indra, called of many,
rvs.1.177 Come down to usward-, Bull of human races, come, having harnessed them, with strong Bay Horses.
rvs.1.181 6 Forth comes your strong Bull like a cloud of autumn, sending abundant food of liquid sweetness.
rvs.2.12 12 Who with seven guiding reins, the Bull, the Mighty, set free the Seven great Floods to flow at
rvs.2.14 To drink of this the Hero longeth ever; offer it to the Bull, for this he willeth.
rvs.2.16 Thou, Indra, Bull, art Lord of the strong gladdening drink. with the strong Soma, Indra, satisfy
rvs.2.18 Others get offspring of another parent he goeth, as a noble Bull, with others.
rvs.2.33 15 O tawny Bull, thus showing forth thy nature, as neither to be wroth, O God, nor slay us.
rvs.2.35 13 The Bull hath laid his own lifegerm- Within them. He sucks them as an infant, and they kiss him.
rvs.3.2 11 He stirs with life in wombs dissimilar in kind, born as a Lion or a loudlybellowing- Bull:
rvs.3.7 To where the singers' Bull, the nights' dispeller, after his proper law hath waxen stronger.
rvs.3.15 3 Bull, who beholdest men, through many mornings, among the dark ones shine forth red, O Agni.
rvs.3.15 4 Shine forth, a Bull invincible, O Agni, winning by conquest all the forts and treasures,
rvs.3.15 6 Swell, O thou Bull and give those powers an impulse, even Earth and Heaven who yield their milk
rvs.3.27 15 Thee will we kindle as a bull, we who are Bulls ourselves, O Bull.
rvs.3.30 What once thou didst in might when mortals vexed thee, where now, O Bull, are those thy hero
rvs.3.30 The Bull hath propped the heaven and airs' midregion-. By thee sent onward let the floods flow
rvs.3.31 18 Be Lord of joyous songs, O Vrtraslayer-, Bull dear to all, who gives the power of living.
rvs.3.35 3 Bring the strong Steeds who drink the warm libation, and, Bull of Godlike nature, be thou
rvs.3.36 5 Mighty and strong he waxed for hero exploit: the Bull was furnished a Sages' wisdom.
rvs.3.38 5 First the more ancient Bull engendered offspring; these are his many draughts that lent him
rvs.3.40 1. THEE, Indra, we invoke, the Bull, what time the Soma is expressed.
rvs.3.44 4 When born to life the golden Bull illumines all the realm of light.
rvs.3.46 1. OF thee, the Bull, the Warrior, Sovran Ruler, joyous and fierce, ancient and ever youthful,
rvs.3.47 1. DRINK, Indra, Marutgirt-, as Bull, the Soma, for joy, for rapture even as thou listest.
rvs.3.47 5 The Bull whose strength hath waxed, whom Maruts follow, freegiving- Indra, the celestial Ruler,
rvs.3.48 1. SOON as the young Bull sprang into existence he longed to taste the pressedout- Somas' liquor.
rvs.3.50 1. LET Indra drink, Allhail-! for his is Soma, the mighty Bull come, girt by Maruts, hither.
rvs.3.55 17 What time the Bull bellows in other regions, another herd receives the genial moisture;
rvs.3.56 3 The Bull who wears all shapes, the triplebreasted-, threeuddered-, with a brood in many places,
rvs.3.56 Ruleth majestic with his triple aspect, the Bull, the Everlasting Ones' impregner.
rvs.3.57 3 Fain to lend vigour to the Bull, the siste.. with reverence recognize the germ within him.
rvs.3.61 7 On Laws' firm base the speeder of the Mornings, the Bull, hath entered mighty earth and heaven.
rvs.3.62 6 The Bull of men, whom none deceive, the wearer of each shape at will,
rvs.4.3 10 Agni the Bull, the manly, hath been sprinkled with oil upon his back, by Law eternal.
rvs.4.3 He who gives vital power goes on unswerving. Prsni the Bull hath milked the pure wiiite udder.
rvs.4.16 3 When the Bull, quaffing, praises our libation, as a sage paying holy rites in secret,
rvs.4.18 10 The Heifer hath brought forth the Strong, the Mighty, the unconquerable Bull, the furious Indra.
rvs.4.22 2 Bull, hurler of the fouredged- rainproducer- with both his arms, strong, mighty, most heroic;
rvs.5.1 That strength the Bull with thousand horns possesses. In might, O Agni, thou excellest others.
rvs.5.83 The Bull, loud roaring, swift to send his bounty, lays in the plants the seed. for germination.
rvs.6.1 Thou, Bull, hast made us strength which none may conquer, strength that shall overcome all other
rvs.6.1 8 Sage of mankind, all peoples' Lord and Master, the Bull of men, the sender down of blessings,
rvs.6.18 Magnify with these songs the nevervanquished-, the Strong, the Bull of men, the Mighty Victor.
rvs.6.19 11 The Bull, whose strength hath waxed, whom Maruts follow, freegiving- Indra, the Celestial Ruler,
rvs.6.22 With heat, O Bull, on every side consume them: heat earth and flood for him who hates devotion.
rvs.6.41 3 This drop, steerstrong- and omniform, the Soma, hath been made ready for the Bull, for India.
rvs.6.44 21 Thou art the Bull of earth, the Bull of heaven, Bull of the rivers, Bull of standing waters.
rvs.6.44 For thee, the Strong, O Bull, hath Indu swollen. juice pleasant, sweet to drink, for thine
rvs.6.48 He made himself apparent through the gloom by night, the Red Bull in the darksome nights, the Red
rvs.6.48 Bull in the darksome nights.
rvs.7.3 3 From thee a Bull but newly born, O Agni, the kindled everlasting flames rise upward.
rvs.7.5 2 Sought in the heavens, on earth is Agni stablished, leader of rivers, Bull of standing waters.
rvs.7.20 5 A Bull begat the Bull for joy of battle, and a strong Mother brought forth him the manly.
rvs.7.36 Born in the station even of lofty heaven the Bull hath loudly bellowed in this region.
rvs.7.49 Indra, the Bull, the Thunderer, dug their channels: here let those Waters, Goddesses, protect me.
rvs.7.55 7 The Bull who hath a thousand horns, who rises up from out the sea,
rvs.7.88 Who bringeth on to us the Bull, the lofty, the Holy, laden with a thousand treasures.
rvs.7.101 Quickly made manifest, the Bull hath bellowed, engendering the germ of plants, the Infant.
rvs.7.101 6 He is the Bull of all, and their impregner: he holds the life of all things fixed and moving.
rvs.8.6 40 Grown strong in heaven, the Thunderarmed- hath bellowed, Vrtraslayer-, Bull,
rvs.8.7 26 When eagerly ye from far away came to the cavern of the Bull,
rvs.8.20 To those whose leader is the Bull.
rvs.8.23 16 Vyasva the sage, who sought the Bull, hath won thee, finder of good things:
rvs.8.33 10 Yea, verily, thou art a Bull, with a bulls' rush. whom none may stay:
rvs.8.33 Thou Mighty One, art celebrated as a Bull, famed as a Bull both near and far.
rvs.8.33 Thy car, O Maghavan, thy Bays are strong as bulls: thou, Satakratu, art a Bull.
rvs.8.33 12 Let the strong presser press for thee. Bring hither, thou straightrushing- Bull.
rvs.8.49 14 Not to be stayed, O Bull, O Agni, are thy teeth when thou art spreading far and wide.
rvs.8.61 Supply the liquid to the Bull.
rvs.8.70 Restrain thee like a fearful Bull.
rvs.8.101 3 Asvins, that work of yours deserves our wonder, the Bull of heaven and earth and airs' mid
rvs.9.2 Pass into Indra, as a Bull.
rvs.9.2 6 The tawny Bull hath bellowed, fair as mighty Mitra to behold:
rvs.9.5 In friendly show, the bellowing Bull.
rvs.9.5 Is Pavamana, yea, the Bull.
rvs.9.6 1. SOMA, flow on with pleasant stream, a Bull devoted to the Gods,
rvs.9.15 4 He brandishes his horns on high, and whets them Bull who leads the herd,
rvs.9.69 The sacred drink hath come, goldtinted-, wellrestrained-: like a strong Bull he shines, whetting
rvs.9.69 4 The Bull is bellowing; the Cows are coming nigh: the Goddesses approach the Gods' own
rvs.9.70 7 The fearful Bull is bellowing with violent might, farsighted-, sharpening his yellowcoloured
rvs.9.82 1. EVEN as a King hath Soma, red and tawny Bull, been pressed: the Wondrous One hath bellowed to
rvs.9.95 4 They drain the stalk, the Steer who dwells on mountains, even as a Bull who decks him on the
rvs.9.96 6 Brahman of Gods, the Leader of the poets, Rsi of sages, Bull of savage creatures,
rvs.9.96 Following close the sea, the wave of waters, the great Bull tells his fourth form and declares it.
rvs.9.97 13 The Red Bull bellowing to the kine advances, causing the heavens and earth to roar and tbunder.
rvs.9.110 Thou standest like a Bull the chief amid the herd.
rvs.10.5 Is Agni, our firstborn- of Holy Order, the Milchcow- and the Bull in lifes' beginning.
rvs.10.8 1. AGNI advances with his lofty banner: the Bull is bellowing to the earth and heavens.
rvs.10.8 2 The Bull, the youngling with the hump, hath frolicked, the strong and neverceasing- Calf hath
rvs.10.11 1. THE Bull hath yielded for the Bull the milk of heaven: the Son of Aditi can never be deceived.
rvs.10.21 A Bull art thou when bellowing, at your glad carousethou- dost impregn the Sisters. Thou art
rvs.10.27 I will divide, without a fight, his riches who warreth here, against the Bull, with women.
rvs.10.28 2 Loud belloweth the Bull whose horns are sharpened: upon the height above earths' breadth he
rvs.10.31 8 Not only here is this: more is beyond us. He is the Bull, the Heavens' and Earths' supporter.
rvs.10.43 8 He rushes through the region like a furious Bull, he who hath made these floods the dames of
rvs.10.44 4 So like a Bull thou rushest to the Lord who loves the trough, the Sage, the prop of vigour, in
rvs.10.48 He, fain to fight the Bull whose horns were sharpened, stood fettered in the demons' ample region.
rvs.10.49 9 Bull over all the streams that flow along the earth, I took the Seven Rivers as mine own domain.
rvs.10.63 the Bull upholds.
rvs.10.66 Bull,
rvs.10.89 Against these foes, O Mighty Indra, sharpen, as furious death, thy Bull of fiery colour.
rvs.10.92 Bull.
rvs.10.92 10 For these have spread abroad the fame of human kind, the Bull Brhaspati and Somas' brotherhood.
rvs.10.94 Bull.
rvs.10.98 11 Give thou these ninety thousand loads, O Agni, to Indra, to the Bull, to be his portion.
rvs.10.102 A Bull who drivest with thy bull, wilt win the race together with thy weakling friend.
rvs.10.104 3 To make thee start, a strong true draught I offer to thee, the Bull, O thou whom Bay Steeds
rvs.10.111 2 The hymn shone brightly from the seat of worship: to the kine came the Bull, the Heifers'
rvs.10.116 4 Let Indra come, impetuous, doubly mighty, to the poured juice, the Bull, with two Bay Coursers.
rvs.10.122 The oilanointed- Bull, Agni who hears, who sends as God full hero strength to him who freely gives.
rvs.10.128 8 Foodful, and muchinvoked-, at this our calling may the great Bull vouchsafe us wide protection.
rvs.10.152 May India, Somadrinker-, go before us, Bull who gives us peace.
rvs.10.175 3 Of one accord the upper Stones, giving the Bull his bulllike- strength,
rvs.10.187 1. To Agni send I forth my song, to him the Bull of all the folk:
rvs.10.187 3 The Bull with brightlygleaming- flame who utterly consumes the fiends
rvs.10.189 1. THIS spotted Bull hath come, and sat before the Mother in the east,
rvs.10.189 The Bull shines out through all the sky.

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