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snuṣāyās: feminine ablative singular stem: snuṣā
snuṣāyās: feminine genitive singular stem: snuṣā
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snuṣā2.6.9FeminineSingularjanī, vadhūḥ
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snuṣāf. (accord. to some connected with sūnu-) the son's wife, a daughter-in-law etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
snuṣāf. the spurge plant (equals snuhī-) [ confer, compare Greek ; Latin nurus; Slavonic or Slavonian snu8cha; Anglo-Saxon snoru; German snura,snur,Schnur.] View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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snuṣā स्नुषा A daughter-in-law; समुपास्यत पुत्रभोग्यया स्नुषयेवा- विकृतेन्द्रियः श्रिया R.8.14;15.72.
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snuṣā f. daughter-in-law: -ga, a. having sexual intercourse with a daughter-in-law; -tva, n. condition of a daughter-in-law.
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snuṣā Denotes the daughter-in-law ’ in relation primarily to her father-in-law, but also to her mother-in-law. In the latter sense the word appears in the Rigveda in the epithet su-snuṣā, ‘having a good daughter-in-law,’ used of Vṛṣākapāyī, while in the former it occurs in several passages, where the daughter- in-law’s respect for her father-in-law is mentioned, a respect which spirituous liquor alone causes to be violated. See also śvaśura and Pati.
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snuṣā noun (feminine) a daughter-in-law (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the son's wife (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the spurge plant (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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