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mruc (see mluc-) cl.1 P. mrocati- (Aorist amrucat-and amrocīt- ), to go, move : Desiderative mumruciṣati- and mumrociṣati- (see ni--and abhi-ni-mruc-). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
abhinimruc -mr/ocati- (said of the sun) to set upon anybody who is sleeping or has not finished his work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nimrucP. -mrocati-, to set, disappear (as the sun) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nimrucf. idem or '(n/i--) f. sunset, evening ' etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nimrucin accord. to some,"crusher, destroyer"; accord, to others,"out of sight". View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
nimrucmfn. slack, loose View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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mruc म्रुच् 1 P. (म्रोचति) To go, move.
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ahan ‘Day.’ Like other peoples, the Indians used night as a general expression of time as well as day, but by no means predominantly.Night is also termed the dark (krsna), as opposed to the light (arjuna), day. Aho-rātra is a regular term for ‘ day and night ’ combined.The day itself is variously divided. In the Atharvaveda a division into ‘ the rising sun ’ (udyan sūryah), ‘ the coming together of the cows’ (sam-gava), ‘midday’ (madhyam-dina),*afternoon ’ (aparāhna), and ‘ sunset ’ (astam-yan) is found. In the Taittirīya Brāhmana the same series appears with ‘ early ’ (prātar) and ‘ evening ’ (sāyāhna) substituted for the first and last members, while a shorter list gives prātar, samgava, sāyam. In the Maitrāyanī Samhitā there is the series ‘ dawn ’ (usas), samgava, madhyamdina, and aparāhna. The morning is also, according to Zimmer, called api-śarvara, as the time when the dark is just past. It is named svasara, as the time when the cows are feeding, before the -first milking at the samgava, or when the birds are awakening. It is also called pra-pitva, according to Zimmer. But Geldner points out that that term refers to the late midday, which also is called api-śarvara, as bordering on the coming night, being the time when day is hastening to its close, as in a race. From another point of view, evening is called abhi-pitva, the time when all come to rest. Or again, morning and evening are denoted as the dawning of the sun (uditā sūryasya)i or its setting (ni-mruc). The midday is regularly madhyam ahnām, madhye, or madhyamdina. Samgava16 is the forenoon, between the early morning (prātar) and midday (madhyamdina). The divisions of time less than the day are seldom precisely given. In the śatapatha Brāhmana, however, a day and night make up 30 muhūrtas; 1 muhūrta=ι5 ksipra; 1 ksipra — 15 etarhi; 1 etarhi= 15 idāni; 1 idāni = 15 breathings; 1 breath¬ing =1 spiration; 1 spiration = ι twinkling (nimesa), etc. In the śānkhāyana Áranyaka the series is dhvamsayo, nimesāh, kāsthāh, kalāh, ksanā, muhūrtā, ahorātrāh. A thirtyfold division of day as well as of night is seen in one passage of the Rigveda by Zimmer, who compares the Babylonian sixty¬fold division of the day and night. But the expression used— thirty Yojanas—is too vague and obscure—Bergaigne refers it to the firmament—to build any theory upon with safety.
prabudh Occurring in one passage of the Rigveda, is used in the locative parallel with nimruci, ‘at the setting (of the sun),’ and clearly means ‘at the rising (of the sun).’
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anamitrair ahobhiḥ sacīmahi viśve devā anamitrā na uṣasaḥ santu nimrucaḥ # KS.37.10.
ā nimruca uṣasas takvavīr iva # RV.1.151.5d.
ā nimrucaḥ śakṛd eko apābharat # RV.1.161.10c.
ni jambhyāṃ amrucad (Orissa mss. amṛtad) ghuṇān # AVP.4.16.2d.
ny amrucad asau sūryaḥ # AVP.5.3.2a.
yan nimruci prabudhi viśvavedasaḥ # RV.8.27.19c.
iṣṭā uṣaso nimrucaś ca # TS. See next.
vyuṣṭā uṣaso yāś ca nimrucaḥ # KS.34.19c; Apś.14.16.1c.
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