Abhorrence

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 07:45 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 07:45

SUKLA YAJURVEDA NOUNS

yvs.30 for Sounds a Bhilla; for Caverns a Kirata; for Mountain heights a destructive savage; for Mountains a wild man; 17 For Abhorrence a Paulkasa; for Colour a goldsmith; for Balance a merchant; for Repentance a sluggard; for All Spirits a leper; for Prosperity a watchful man; for Failure a sleepy man; for Mischief a chatterer; for Misfortune a shameless man; for Undoing one who cuts up into small pieces; 18 For the Dice king a gambler; for the die Krita one who contemplates his adversary s ill luck, for the Treta a gamble manager; for the Dvapara a chief manager; for Askanda one who will not leave the gambling hall; for Mrityu one who approaches cows; for Antaka a Cow killer; for Hunger one who goes begging to a man who is cutting up a cow; for Misdeed a leader of the Charakas; for Misery a robber; 19 For Echo a reviler; for Noise a snarler; for End a very talkative man; for Endless a mute; for Sound a drummer; for Might a lute player; for Cry a flute blower; for Confused Tone a Conch blower; for the Wood a wood ranger; for Partly wooded Land a forest fire guard; 20 For Pastime a harlot; for Laughter a jester; for Lust a woman with spotty skin; for Might these, the head man of a village, an astrologer, and a watchman; a lute player; a hand clapper, a flutist, these for Dance; for Pleasure a musician; 21 For Fire a fat man; for Earth a cripple; for Wind a Chandala; for Mid Air a pole dancer; for Sky a bald head; for the Sun a green eyed man; for Stars a spotty man; for the Moon

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