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rvs.1.4 That to the Friend gives wings and joy.
rvs.1.7 The Friend who bends his bolt at fiends.
rvs.1.18 6 To the Assemblys' wondrous Lord, to Indras' lovely Friend who gives
rvs.1.22 19 Look ye on Visnus' works, whereby the Friend of Indra, closeallied-,
rvs.1.26 And Friend, choiceworthy-, for his friend.
rvs.1.30 10 We pray to thee, O muchinvoked-, rich in all precious gifts, O Friend,
rvs.1.30 11 O Somadrinker-, Thunderarmed-, Friend of our lovelyfeatured- dames
rvs.1.30 12 Thus, Somadrinker-, may it be; thus, Friend, who wieldest thunder, act
rvs.1.30 14 Like thee, thyself, the singers' Friend, thou movest, as it were, besought,
rvs.1.31 Friend.
rvs.1.31 Dear Friend and Father, caring for the pious, who speedest nigh and who inspirest mortals.
rvs.1.44 Thou art our help in battlestrife-, the Friend of man, the great high priest in sacrifice.
rvs.1.44 12 When as the Gods High Priest, by many loved, thou dost their mission as their nearest Friend,
rvs.1.53 Mans' helper from of old, not disappointing hope, Friend of our friends, to thee as such we sing
rvs.1.58 Thee, Agni, as a herald and choiceworthy- guest, as an auspicious Friend to the Celestial Race.
rvs.1.60 May Agni be our Friend, Lord of the Household, protector of the riches in the dwelling.
rvs.1.61 May Nodhas, ever praising the protection of that dear Friend, gain quickly strength heroic.
rvs.1.67 1. VICTORIOUS in the wood, Friend among men, ever he claims obedience as a King.
rvs.1.72 Friend finding in his own friends' eye protection, they made their own the bodies which they
rvs.1.75 4 The kinsman, Agni, of mankind, their well beloved Friend art thou,
rvs.1.75 A Friend whom friends may supplicate.
rvs.1.91 Be, Soma, a good Friend to us.
rvs.1.91 Be unto us a gracious Friend.
rvs.1.91 A Friend of most illustrious fame to prosper us.
rvs.1.94 13 Thou art a God, thou art the wondrous Friend of Gods, the Vasu of the Vasus, fair in sacrifice.
rvs.1.100 4 Among Angirases he was the chiefest, a Friend with friends, mighty amid the mighty.
rvs.1.101 our Friend.
rvs.1.101 Who extirpated Susna the insatiate, him girt by Maruts we invoke to be our Friend.
rvs.1.101 Indra, whose law the rivers follow as they flow, him girt by Maruts we invoke to be our Friend.
rvs.1.101 Stayer even of the strong who pours no offering out, him girt by Maruts we invoke to be our Friend.
rvs.1.101 Indra who cast the Dasyus down beneath his feet, him girt by Maruts we invoke to be our Friend.
rvs.1.101 Friend.
rvs.1.101 The hymn of praise extols Indra the farrenowned-: him girt by Maruts we invoke to be our Friend.
rvs.1.123 May Savitar the God, Friend of the homestead, declare before the Sun that we are sinless.
rvs.1.128 Him, Friend, for help, the Gods when they are fain for wealth, him, Friend, with hymns, when fain
rvs.1.129 4 We wish our Indra here that he may further you, the Friend, beloved of all, the very strong
rvs.1.131 suppliants, who sought to win thee for their Friend.
rvs.1.138 As I, a man, call thee, a God, giver of bliss, to be my Friend,
rvs.1.139 10 Let the Invoker bless: let offerers bring choice gifts; Brhaspati the Friend doth sacrifice
rvs.1.140 4 For man, thou Friend of men, these steeds of thine are yoked, impatient, lightly running,
rvs.1.142 4 Agni, besought, bring hitherward Indra the Friend, the Wonderful,
rvs.1.142 For increase and for growth of wealth, Tvastar our kinsman and our Friend.
rvs.1.143 7 The kindler of the flame wins Agni as a Friend, promoter of the Law, whose face is bright with
rvs.1.151 The wise who longed for spoil in fight for kine brought forth with power, a Friend, mid waters, at
rvs.1.156 Visnu hath power supreme and might that finds the day, and with his Friend unbars the stable of
rvs.1.173 10 Like men in rivalry extolling princes, our Friend be Indra, wielder of the thunder.
rvs.1.174 They who beheld the Friend beside the living were cast aside by thee as they rode onward.
rvs.1.180 2 Ye as ye travel overtake the Courser who flies apart, the Friend of man, most holy.
rvs.1.190 6 Like a fair path is he, where grass is pleasant, though hard to win, a Friend beloved most early.
rvs.2.1 Thou art a Son to him who duly worships thee, and as a trusty Friend thou guardest from attack.
rvs.2.4 3 Among the tribes of men the Gods placed Agni as a dear Friend when they would dwell among them.
rvs.2.11 10 Loud roared the mighty Heros' bolt of thunder, when he, the Friend of man, burnt up the monster,
rvs.2.20 3 May Indra, called with solemn invocations. the young, the Friend, be mens' auspicious keeper,
rvs.2.31 3 Or may our Indra here, the Friend of all mankind, coming from heaven, most wise, girt by the
rvs.2.35 12 Him, nearest Friend of many, will we worship with sacrifice. and reverence and oblation.
rvs.3.1 Friend of the house, within the lap of Order lay Agni, in the Sister Rivers' service.
rvs.3.1 Friend of the homestead, thou hast lightened mortals: carborne thou goest to the Gods, fulfilling.
rvs.3.2 8 Honour the oblationbearer-, him who knows fair rites, serve ye the Household Friend who knows
rvs.3.2 15 The cheerful Priest, the pure, in whom no guile is found, Friend of the House, praiseworthy-,
rvs.3.2 Fair to behold for beauty like a splendid car, Agni the Friend of men we ever seek for wealth.
rvs.3.3 Goes, carborne-, to and fro with those who crown each rite, the fleet, the Household Friend, who
rvs.3.3 8 The Mighty One, Lord of the people and their guest, the leader of their thoughts, devoted Friend
rvs.3.4 Bring thou the Gods, O God, unto our worship: serve, wellinclined-, as Friend thy friends, O Agni.
rvs.3.5 3 Amid mens' homes hath Agni been established, fulfilling with the Law, Friend, germ of waters.
rvs.3.5 May Agni, Friend, adorable Matarisvan, as envoy bring the Gods unto our worship.
rvs.3.9 Whilst thou, the Friend of man, guardest each sacrifice with thine own power, Most Youthful One.
rvs.3.10 Be nearest Friend to those who laud thee, for their weal.
rvs.3.13 Beam, Friend of Maruts, bliss on us, O Agni, a most liberal God.
rvs.3.14 Be thou the Friend of each good chariots' master. All this enjoy thou here, immortal Agni.
rvs.3.31 Our leader, fain for war, singing from heaven, as Friend he saved his lovers from dishonour.
rvs.3.39 5 Where as a Friend with friendly men, Navagvas, with heroes, on his knees he sought the cattle.
rvs.3.43 2 Come our true Friend, passing by many people; come with thy two Bay Steeds to our devotions;
rvs.3.43 Pleased with the cornblent- offering which we bring thee, may Indra, Friend, hear his friends'
rvs.3.51 As Kinsman think thou of some fresh assistance; good Friend, give strength and life to those who
rvs.3.54 Friend, Muchinvoked-! art thou with thy dear Rbhus: fashion ye this our hymn for our advantage.
rvs.4.1 3 Do thou, O Friend, turn hither him who is our Friend, swift as a wheel, like two carsteeds- in
rvs.4.1 5 Be thou, O Agni, nearest us with succour, our closest Friend while now this Morn is breaking.
rvs.4.4 His Friend art thou, yea, thou art his Protector whose joy it is to entertain thee duly.
rvs.4.4 Mark thou this speech of ours, O thou Most Youthful, Friend of the House, exceeding wise, Invoker.
rvs.4.6 Then as Friend benevolent, refulgent, Agni shone forth in human habitations.
rvs.4.11 Invite with hymns; thee who removest hatred, Friend of the Home, the households' Lord, unerring.
rvs.4.16 9 Come, Maghavan, Friend of Man, to aid the singer imploring thee in battle for the sunlight.
rvs.4.16 18 Further the holy thoughts of Vamadeva be thou a guileless Friend in fight for booty.
rvs.4.17 As Friend, as Sire, most fatherly of fathers giving the suppliant vital strength and freedom.
rvs.4.17 18 Be helping Friend of those who seek thy friendship . give life, when lauded, Indra, to the
rvs.4.25 Who sayeth, Let us press the juice for Indra, mans' Friend, the Hero manliest of heroes.
rvs.4.25 He draws away his wealth and slays him naked, own Friend to him who offers, for oblation.
rvs.4.26 Friend of the Gods, brought, grasping fast, the Soma which be bad taken from yon loftiest heaven.
rvs.4.27 4 The Falcon bore him from heavens' lofty summit as the swift car of Indras' Friend bore Bhujyu.
rvs.4.29 2 Mans' Friend, to this our sacrifice he cometh marking how he is called by Somapressers-.
rvs.4.31 1. WITH what help will he come to us, wonderful, everwaxing- Friend;
rvs.4.35 3 Ye made fourfold the chalice that wag single: ye spake these words and said, O Friend, assist us;
rvs.4.52 The Dawn became the Asvins' Friend.
rvs.4.52 3 Yea, and thou art the Asvins' Friend, the Mother of the Kine art thou:
rvs.5.5 3 Adored, O Agni, hither bring Indra the Wonderful, the Friend,
rvs.5.8 Thee very bright, and holy, nourisher of all, most excellent, the Friend and Master of the home.
rvs.5.16 4 So, Agni, be the Friend of these with liberal gift of hero strength.
rvs.5.24 1. O AGNI, be our nearest Friend, be thou a kind deliverer and a gracious Friend.
rvs.5.34 The mighty Maghavan who is the sages' Friend advanceth more and more his beauteous progeny.
rvs.5.38 So, Lord of fair dominion, Friend of all men, give us splendid wealth.
rvs.5.41 May holy Aptya, Friend of man, exalted, strengthen our word for ever and be near us.
rvs.5.64 Men go protected in the charge of this dear Friend who harms us not.
rvs.6.13 Friend art thou of the lofty Law, like Mitra, Controller, Agni! God! of many a blessing.
rvs.6.21 For thou wast aye our fathers' Friend aforetime, still swift to listen to their supplication.
rvs.6.24 2 He, Friend of man, most wise, victorious Hero, hears, with farreaching- aid, the singer call him.
rvs.6.32 And broken down the forts, the Fortdestroyer-, a Friend with friends, a Sage among the sages.
rvs.6.44 7 A recent Friend, he found the skilful priest: he drank, and showed forth treasure from the Gods.
rvs.6.45 1. THAT Indra is our youthful Friend, who with his trusty guidance led
rvs.6.45 5 Thou, Slaughterer of Vrtra, art Guardian and Friend of one and two,
rvs.6.45 7 I call with hymns, as it were a cow to milk, the Friend who merits praise,
rvs.6.45 17 Thou who hast been the singers' Friend, a Friend auspicious with thine aid,
rvs.6.45 19 I call the ancient Friend, allied with wealth, who speeds the lowly man,
rvs.6.48 Come, let us praise the Wise and Everlasting God, even as a wellbeloved- Friend,
rvs.6.51 14 Soma, these pressingstones- have called aloud to win thee for our Friend.
rvs.6.55 Lord of great riches, and our Friend.
rvs.6.55 The Friend of every pious man.
rvs.6.55 Brother of Indra, and my Friend.
rvs.6.56 With him as Friend, destroys the foes.
rvs.6.71 4 This Savitar the God, the goldenhanded-, Friend of the home, hath risen to meet the twilight.
rvs.6.75 3 Close to his car, as fain to speak, She presses, holding her wellloved- Friend in her embraces.
rvs.7.9 The cheerful Priest, mens' Friend and homecompanion-, through still nights' darkness he is made
rvs.7.9 3 Wise, neer.' deceived, uncircumscribed, refulgent, our gracious guest, a Friend with good
rvs.7.15 Thou, rich in heroes, art our Friend.
rvs.7.19 Favour these, Indra, when they fight with faemen, as Friend and Hero and the heroes' Helper.
rvs.7.20 1. STRONG, Godlynatured-, born for hero exploit, mans' Friend, hedoth whatever deed he willeth.
rvs.7.31 With thee for Friend I brave the foe.
rvs.7.34 15 Accordant with the Gods choose for our Friend the Waters Child: may he be good to us.
rvs.7.34 24 To this may both the wide Worlds lend approval, and Varuna in heaven, whose Friend is Indra.
rvs.7.55 Be an auspicious Friend to us.
rvs.7.62 Let us not anger Varuna, nor Vayu, nor him, the dearest Friend of mortals, Mitra.
rvs.8.2 5 The Friend, whom not the brillianthued-, the badlymixt- or bitter draught,
rvs.8.2 The Friend of man, that he may drink;
rvs.8.2 27 May the strong Bay Steeds, yoked by prayer, bring hither unto us our Friend,
rvs.8.2 39 Strong Friend, who, with no trace of feet, restores the cattle to the men,
rvs.8.3 Be, for our weal, our Friend and sharer of the feast, and let thy wisdom guard us well.
rvs.8.4 7 With thee, the Mighty, for our Friend, we will not fear or feel fatigue.
rvs.8.13 Be thou most near to us for bliss, a Friend to aid.
rvs.8.13 21 If thou elect to be my Friend drink of this sacrificial juice,
rvs.8.17 The drop of Soma breaketh all the strongholds down, and Indra is the Rsis' Friend.
rvs.8.19 Thou as our Friend hast worthy men.
rvs.8.19 21 I praise with song the Friend of man, whom Gods sent down to be herald and messenger,
rvs.8.19 24 The God, the Friend of man, who bears our gifts to heaven, the God with his sweetsmelling-
rvs.8.19 Thou art the dear Friend of the mighty Mornings: thou shinest in glimmerings of the night.
rvs.8.19 The Sovran, Trasadasyus' Friend.
rvs.8.21 11 Hero, may we, with thee for Friend, withstand the man who pants against us in his wrath,
rvs.8.24 To glorify your bold and most heroic Friend.
rvs.8.31 We honour as a wellloved- Friend the God who prospereth our fields.
rvs.8.32 13 To him, the mighty stream of wealth, the Somapressers-' rescuing Friend,
rvs.8.33 Past other mens' libations, Lord of Hundred Powers, thee, Vrtraslayer-, thee our Friend.
rvs.8.43 Friend by the Friend, art lighted up.
rvs.8.45 Whose Friend is Indra ever young.
rvs.8.45 Whose Friend is Indra ever young.
rvs.8.45 Whose Friend is Indra ever young.
rvs.8.45 And be our very nearest Friend.
rvs.8.48 As a wise Friend to friend: do thou, wideruler-, O Soma, lengthen out our days for living.
rvs.8.48 When we offend against thine holy statutes, as a kind Friend, God, best of all, be gracious.
rvs.8.48 10 May I be with the Friend whose heart is tender, who, Lord of Bays! when quaffed will never harm
rvs.8.49 For we possess in thee the nearest Friend of all, for service of the Gods and weal.
rvs.8.50 When with the Soma juice which we have shed we make Indra, the Mighty One, our Friend.
rvs.8.60 2 For over thee, O Friend from birth, the wrath of man hath no control:
rvs.8.60 Those, Vasu! Friend! who sing thy praise.
rvs.8.63 Agni your dear familiar Friend, the darling Guest in every home.
rvs.8.63 4 To noblest Agni, Friend of man, best Vrtraslayer-, are we come,
rvs.8.81 28 For so thou art the heros' Friend, a Hero, too, art thou, and strong:
rvs.8.81 This may we gain with thee for Friend.
rvs.8.82 3 This Indra is our gracious Friend. He sends us in a full broad stream
rvs.8.87 ne Deities, Indra strove to win thee for their Friend.
rvs.8.87 7 Now have we, Indra, Friend of Song, sent our great wishes forth to thee,
rvs.8.88 Indra, the Friend of all, for succour we invoke, Guardian of treasure, sendjng wealth.
rvs.8.92 14 Friend of the Maruts, Agni, come with Rudras to the Somadraught-,
rvs.8.94 3 What time the flowing Somadrops- have gladdened with their taste the Friend,
rvs.9.1 2 Fiendqueller-, Friend of all men, he hath with the wood attained unto
rvs.9.2 5 The lake is brightened in the floods. Soma, our Friend, heavens' prop and stay,
rvs.9.2 9 Indu as, Indras' Friend, on us pour with a stream of sweetness, like
rvs.9.6 Our Friend, unto the woollen sieve.
rvs.9.6 9 So pouring forth, as Indras' Friend, strong drink, best Gladdener! for the feast,
rvs.9.8 O Indu, flow into thy Friend.
rvs.9.14 Come, Soma, as our faithful Friend.
rvs.9.48 4 That each may see the light, the Bird brought us the guard of Law, the Friend
rvs.9.49 3 Chief Friend of Gods in sacred rites, pour on us fatness with thy stream,
rvs.9.54 4 Thou, Indu, in thy brilliancy, pourest on us, as Indras' Friend,
rvs.9.64 10 Indu, Enlightener, Friend, hath been purified by the sages' hymns:
rvs.9.64 18 Compass about, our faithful Friend, all our possessions with thy might:
rvs.9.64 27 O Indu, Muchinvoked-, while thou art purifying, as the Friend.
rvs.9.66 A Friend to be besought by friends.
rvs.9.66 A Friend for friends, to be our help.
rvs.9.67 29 We with our homage have approached the Friend who seeks our wondering praise,
rvs.9.68 8 Songs resonant with praise have celebrated him. Soma, Friend, springing forth with his fair
rvs.9.74 Hini the Most Bounteous Ones, ever united, love; him as ouir Friend the Men who make all swell
rvs.9.78 5 Soma, as Pavamana thou, our faithful Friend, making for us these real treasures, flowest on.
rvs.9.86 The Rsis have poured in continuous Soma drops, ordainers who adorn thee, Friend whom Rsis love.
rvs.9.86 16 Indu hath started for Indras' special place and slights not as a Friend the promise of his
rvs.9.86 Friend.
rvs.9.96 The Friend of Indra mounts his car wellknowing-, he comes thereon to meet the prayer we offer.
rvs.9.97 Blending thy milk with milk which cows afford us. We are thy friends, thou art the Friend of Indra.
rvs.9.98 The wavy Friend whom Indra lovesthe- twicefive- sisters dip and bathe,
rvs.9.100 1. THE Guileless Ones are singing praise to Indras' well beloved Friend,
rvs.9.101 Even Soma, Lord of opulence, the Friend of Indra, day by day.
rvs.9.101 14 The Friend hath wrapped him in his robe, as in his parents arms, a son.
rvs.9.104 As Friend for friend, be thou best finder of success.
rvs.9.105 As Friend to friend, for splendour be thou good to men.
rvs.9.108 9 Make splendid glory shine on us, thou Lord of strengthening food, God, as the Friend of Gods:
rvs.10.3 4 His goingsforth- kindle as it were high voices the goings of the auspicious Friend of Agni.
rvs.10.7 3 Agni I deem my Kinsman and my Father, count him my Brother and my Friend for ever.
rvs.10.20 2 1 worship Agni, Youthfullest of Gods, resistless, Friend of laws;
rvs.10.25 9 Chief slayer of our foemen, thou, Indu, art Indras' gracious Friend,
rvs.10.26 The Rsi who is good to man, the singers' Friend and faithful Guard.
rvs.10.26 7 The mighty Lord of spoil and wealth, Strong Friend of all prosperity;
rvs.10.26 Friend of all suppliants; art thou, born in old time, and arm and sure.
rvs.10.27 Then shall the fellies of my car pass over those who have blamed my joyous Friend and scorned him.
rvs.10.29 Whose HeraldPriest- through many days is Indra, earths' Guardian, Friend of men, the best of
rvs.10.29 As a true Friend, WideStrider-! to sustain us, since food absorbs the thought of each among us.
rvs.10.29 Over earths' expanse hath he grown great by wisdom, the Friend of man, and by heroic exploits.
rvs.10.36 8 We bring the Stay of Life, who makes the waters swell, swifthearing-, Friend of Gods, who waits
rvs.10.42 2 Draw thy Friend to thee like a cow at milking: O Singer, wake up Indra as a lover.
rvs.10.42 May Indra from the front, and from the centre, as Friend to friends, vouchsafe us room and freedom.
rvs.10.43 May Indra from the front, and from the centre, as Friend to friends, vouchsafe us room and freedom.
rvs.10.44 May Indra from the front and from the centre, as Friend to friends, vouchsafe us room and freedom.
rvs.10.45 12 Agni, the Friend of men, the Somas' keeper, Vaisvanara, hath been lauded by the Rsis.
rvs.10.53 Let him discharge his sacrificial duties: let him sit down as Friend who was before
rvs.10.65 Winners of wealth, we call, and wise Brhaspati, destroyer of our foes, and Soma Indras' Friend.
rvs.10.68 As Friend of men he decks the wife and husband: as for the race, Brhaspati, nerve our coursers.
rvs.10.86 Yet Heroes for my sons have I, the Maruts? Friend and Indras' Queen. Supreme is Indra over all.
rvs.10.87 1. I BALM with oil the mighty Raksasslayer-; to the most famous Friend I come for shelter
rvs.10.87 Guard to old age thy friend, O Friend, Eternal: O Agni, as Immortal, guard us mortals.
rvs.10.91 1. BRISK, at the place of Ila, hymned by men who wake, our own familiar Friend is kindled in the
rvs.10.91 Benevolent to men, he scorns no living man: Friend to the tribes of men he dwells with every tribe.
rvs.10.93 11 This speaker, Indra, for thou art our Friend, wherever he may be, guard thou, Victor! for help,
rvs.10.112 10 Aim of our eyes be thou, for we implore thee, O Maghavan, Friend of friends and Lord of
rvs.10.115 5 This Agni is the best of Kanvas, Kanvas' Friend, Conqueror of the foe whether afar or near.
rvs.10.123 In his Friends' dwelling as a Friend he wanders: he, Vena, rests him on his golden pinion.
rvs.10.168 Holy and earliestborn-, Friend of the waters, where did he spring and from what region came he?

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