Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 May 2011 14:12 and updated at 15 May 2011 14:12


rvs.1.15 3 O Nestar, with thy Dame accept our sacrifice; with Rtu drink,
rvs.1.101 the Dame.
rvs.1.164 She, the coy Dame, was filled with dew prolific: with adoration men approached to praise her.
rvs.3.48 That milk thy Mother first, the Dame who bare thee, poured for thee in thy mighty Fathers'
rvs.3.61 4 Letting her reins drop downward, Morning cometh, the wealthy Dame, the Lady of the dwelling;
rvs.4.30 That thou didst smite to death the Dame, Heavens' Daughter, meditating ill.
rvs.5.56 Whereon the bounteous Dame, auspicious, nobly born, shows glorious with the Marut host.
rvs.5.79 And men with gifts, O Bounteous Dame, splendid with wealth and offering much, highborn-!
rvs.8.29 8 Two with one Dame ride on with winged steeds, and journey forth like travellers on their way.
rvs.10.3 3 Attendant on the Blessed Dame the Blessed hath come: the Lover followeth his Sister.
rvs.10.10 Gandharva in the floods, the Dame of Waterssuch- is our bond, such our most lofty kinship.
rvs.10.18 Young Dame, woolsoft- unto the guerdongiver, may she preserve thee from Destructions' bosom.
rvs.10.78 Sons of a beauteous Dame, like playful children, like a great host upon the march with splendour.
rvs.10.86 6 No Dame hath ampler charms than 1, or greater wealth of loves' delights.
rvs.10.86 8 Dame with the lovely hands and arms, with broad hairplaits- add ample hips,

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