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uśīnaram. plural (Comm. on ), Name of an ancient people in Central India etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
uśīnaram. a king of that people etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
uśīnaragirim. Name of a mountain View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
auśīnaramf(ī-)n. belonging to the uśīnara-s etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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uśīnara m. pl. N. of a people in Madhyadesa; sg. king of the Usînaras.
auśīnara a. (î) belonging to the people of Usînara; î, f. N. of a wife of Purûravas.
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uśīnara In the Aitareya Brāhmana the Kuru-Pañcālas are mentioned as dwelling together in the * Middle Country ’ with the Vaśas and the Uśīnaras. In the Kausītaki Upanisad also the Uśīnaras are associated with the Kuril-Pañcālas and Vaśas, but in the Gopatha Brāhmana the Uśīnaras and Vaśas are re­garded as northerners. In the Rigveda the people is alluded to in one passage by reference to their queen, Uśīnarānī. Zimmer thinks that the Uśīnaras earlier lived farther to the north-west, but for this there is no clear evidence. His theory is based merely on the fact that the Anukramanī (Index) of the Rigveda ascribes one hymn to śibi Auśīnara, and that the śibis were known to Alexander’s followers as Xiβoc, living between the Indus and the Akesines (Chenab). But this is in no way conclusive, as the Sibis, at any rate in Epic times, occupied the land to the north of Kuruksetra, and there is no reason whatever to show that in the Vedic period the Uśīnaras were farther west than the ‘ Middle Country.’
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uśīnara-ātmajāḥ the sons of UśīnaraSB 9.23.2
uśīnara-ātmajāḥ the sons of UśīnaraSB 9.23.2
uśīnara-indram the master of the state of UśīnaraSB 7.2.29-31
uśīnara-indram the master of the state of UśīnaraSB 7.2.29-31
uśīnara UśīnaraSB 9.23.2
auśīnara the country named UśīnaraSB 1.12.20
matsya-uśīnara-kauśalya-vidarbha-kuru-sṛñjayān the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus and SṛñjayasSB 10.82.12-13
matsya-uśīnara-kauśalya-vidarbha-kuru-sṛñjayān the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus and SṛñjayasSB 10.82.12-13
matsya-uśīnara-kauśalya-vidarbha-kuru-sṛñjayān the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus and SṛñjayasSB 10.82.12-13
matsya-uśīnara-kauśalya-vidarbha-kuru-sṛñjayān the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus and SṛñjayasSB 10.82.12-13
matsya-uśīnara-kauśalya-vidarbha-kuru-sṛñjayān the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus and SṛñjayasSB 10.82.12-13
matsya-uśīnara-kauśalya-vidarbha-kuru-sṛñjayān the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus and SṛñjayasSB 10.82.12-13
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uśīnara noun (masculine) a king of that people (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a son of Mahāmanas name of an ancient people in Central India (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 9798/72933
auśīnara adjective belonging to the USInaras (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 10058/72933
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uśīnara

uśīnara   

ekaḥ dharmaparāyaṇaḥ rājā।

indreṇa agnidevena ca uśīnaraḥ parīkṣitaḥ।

uśīnara

uśīnaragiriḥ   

ekaḥ parvataḥ ।

uśīnaragireḥ ullekhaḥ kathāsaritsāgare asti









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