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"suketu" has 3 results
suketu: neuter nominative singular stem: suketu
suketu: neuter accusative singular stem: suketu
suketu: neuter vocative singular stem: suketu
Monier-Williams Search
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Devanagari
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suketumf(/u-)n. very bright View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
suketum. Name of a king of the yakṣa-s View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
suketum. of various kings View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
suketusutāf. patronymic of tāḍakā- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
Apte Search
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ता (ट) डका 1 N. of a female fiend, daughter of Suketu, wife of Sunda and mother of Mārīcha. [She was changed into a fiend by the sage Agastya whose devotions she had disturbed. She was killed by Rāma when she began to disturb, the sacrificial rites of Viśvāmitra. Rāma was first unwilling to bend his bow against a woman, but the sage overcame his scruples. See R.11.2]. -2 The large dark-green pumpkin.
mālyavat माल्यवत् a. Wreathed, crowned, -m. 1 N. of a mountain or mountain range; सो$यं शैलः ककुभसुरभिर्माल्यवान्नाम U.1.33; R.13.26. -2 N. of a demon, son of Suketu. [He was the maternal uncle and minister of Rāvaṇa and aided him in many of his schemes. In early times he propitiated the god Brahman by his austere penance, as a reward of which the splendid island of Laṅkā was caused to be built for him. He lived there with his brothers for some years, but afterwards left it, which was then occupied by Kubera. Afterwards when Rāvaṇa ousted Kubera from the island, Mālyavat returned with his relatives and lived with him for a long time.]
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sukaṇṭha a. (î) sweet-voiced: î, f. N. of an Apsaras; -kathâ, f. beautiful story; -kany&asharp;, f. N. of a daughter of Saryâta and wife of Kyavana (Br., C.); -kára, a. easily done, easy, for (g.), to (inf.): -tva, n. easi ness, feasibleness, -samdhi, a. easily united; -kárman, a. expert (V.); virtuous (C.); m. artificer (V.); -kalatra, n. good wife; -kavi, m. good poet; -kânta, pp. very handsome (youth); -kâlin, m. pl. a class of Manes; -kimsuká, a. adorned with Kimsuka flowers (car of Sûryâ; RV.1); -kîrtí, f. worthy praise (RV.); a. easily praised (RV.); m. N. of the composer of RV. X, 131 and of that hymn; -kukâ, a. f. having beautiful breasts; -ku mâra, a. (î) very tender or delicate; m. tender youth: -tva, n. tenderness, -½a&ndot;gî, a. f. very delicate-limbed; -kula, n. noble family; a. sprung from a noble family: -ga, -ganman, a. id., -tâ, f. noble birth;-kulîna, a. well-born; -kûrkura, m. N. of a demon injurious to children; -krit, a. doing good, benevolent; righteous, pious; m. pl. the Pious deceased, the Fathers who enjoy the reward of virtue in the other world (V.); 1.-kritá, n. good deed, meritorious act, righteousness, virtue, moral merit (V., C.); benefit, bounty, friendly aid, favour (C.); world of virtue, heaven (V., rare); a. well done (RV.1); 2. (sú)-krita, pp. well done, made, orexecuted; well-formed, adorned, fine: w. karman, n. good work; w. loká, m.= sukritasya loka, world of righteousness (V.); -krita-karman, n. good or meritorious act; a. doing good deeds, virtuous; -krita-krit, a. id.; -krita-bhâg, a. meritorious; -krita½ar tha, a. having fully attained one's object; -kriti, f. good conduct; a. righteous, vir tuous; -kritin, a. doing good actions, vir tuous; prosperous, fortunate; cultivated, wise; -kritya, n.good work to be done, duty; good action; -krity&asharp;, f. (RV.) ex pertness; right conduct, virtue; -krishta, pp. well-ploughed; -kéta, a. benevolent (V.); m. N. of an Âditya (V.); -ketú, a. radiant (dawn; RV.1); m. N. of a prince of the Yak shas and of various kings (C.): -sutâ, f. daughter of Suketu, Tâdakâ; -ketri, m. a personification (identified with the sun); -kesa, a. (î) beautiful-haired; -kesânta, a. having fair locks; -komala, a. very soft or tender; -krátu, a. skilful, wise (gods; RV.); -klesa, a. very distressing; -kshatrá, a. (V.) ruling well (gods); conferring power (wealth); -kshatriya, a. good Kshatriya; -kshití, f. (V.) good abode, security, refuge; -kshétra, n. fine field, good soil; a. affording a fair field or dwelling-place; having fair fields; -kshetriy&asharp;, f. desire of fair fields (RV.1); -kshobhya, fp. easily agitated.
Bloomfield Vedic
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ā no agne sucetunā (TB.Apś. suketunā) # RV.1.79.9a; SV.2.876a; MS.4.10.6a: 156.2; 4.12.4: 189.10; KS.2.14a; TB.2.4.5.3a; 6.16.1; Aś.2.10.3; śś.3.16.24; Apś.8.14.24a. P: ā no agne Mś.5.1.4.16; 5.2.2.18.
Vedabase Search
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suketu a son named SuketuSB 9.13.14
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suketu noun (masculine) name of a king of the Yakṣas (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of various kings (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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Wordnet Search
"suketu" has 2 results.

suketu

suketu   

ekaḥ rākṣasaḥ।

suketuḥ tāḍakasya pitā āsīt।

suketu

suketu   

kaśyapavaṃśīyaḥ rājā।

suketoḥ varṇanaṃ purāṇeṣu prāpyate।

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