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"bhos" has 3 results
bhos: masculine ablative singular stem: bhu
bhos: feminine ablative singular stem: bhu
bhos: feminine genitive singular stem: bhu
Monier-Williams Search
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Devanagari
BrahmiEXPERIMENTAL
bhos(fr. bhavas- vocative case of bhavat- q.v;before vowels and soft consonants bho-;before hard consonants bhos-and bhoḥ-;the latter form also in pause see ;but there is occasional confusion of these forms, especially in later literature;often also bhobhoḥ-.), an interjection or vocative case particle commonly used in addressing another person or several persons = O! Ho! Hallo l, in soliloquies = alas! etc. etc. (according to a particle of sorrow and of interrogation). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bhoskāram. rules of address View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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bhos भोस् ind. A vocative particle used in addressing persons, and translateable by 'o', 'sir', 'oh', 'halloo', 'ah'; (it drops its final visarga before vowels and soft consonants); कः को$त्र भोः Ś.2; अयि भो महर्षिपुत्र Ś.7; it is sometimes repeated; भो भोः शंकरगृहाधि- वासिनो जानपदाः Māl.3; भो भोः पण्डिताः श्रूयताम् H. भोस् is said to have, in addition, the senses of 'sorrow' and 'interrogation'. -Comp. -कारः rules of address.
Macdonell Search
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bhos ij. [contraction of bhavas, V. vc. of bhavat] used in addressing persons male and female (often several), Sir! oh! ho there! hark! often repeated bho bhoh: in soliloquies= alas! (the final visarga is retained before hard letters only, being dropped before vowels and soft consonants.)
Bloomfield Vedic
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uroṣ ṭa indra rādhasaḥ # RV.5.38.1a; śś.18.18.7. P: uroṣ ṭe Rvidh.2.16.1. See vibhoṣ ṭa.
prabhos te (SV.JB. prabhoṣ ṭe) sutaḥ pari yanti (JB. paryanti) ketavaḥ # RV.9.86.5b; SV.2.238b; JB.3.58.
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