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Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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    Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 3, 1 | Accept the sacrificial food.~ 2 1, 12, 10| bring opulence to us,~And food, with heroes for our sons.~ 3 1, 30, 13| things wherewith,~Wealthy in food, we may rejoice.~ 4 1, 31, 7 | prince grantest abundant food.~ 5 1, 31, 15| side.~He who with grateful food shows kindness in his house, 6 1, 34, 3 | thrice vouchsafe us store of food with plenteous strength, 7 1, 34, 4 | thrice send us store of food as nevermore to fail.~ 8 1, 36, 9 | the Gods.~Worthy of sacred food, praised Agni! loose the 9 1, 40, 4 | offer sacred hero-giving food, peerless and conquering 10 1, 41, 7 | and Mitra's laud,~Glorious food of Varuna?~ 11 1, 44, 4 | offering-bearer, meet for sacred food, preserver, best at sacrifice.~ 12 1, 47, 6 | ye gave Sudas abundant food, brought on your treasure-laden 13 1, 47, 8 | libations here.~Bestowing food on him who acts and gives 14 1, 48, 15| foes. O Goddess, give us food with kine.~ 15 1, 48, 16| to plentiful refreshing food,~To all-subduing splendour, 16 1, 51, 3 | thou hast bestowed both food and wealth, making thy bolt 17 1, 53, 3 | hate may we obtain abundant food.~ 18 1, 53, 4 | Indra, plenteous wealth and food, with strength exceeding 19 1, 54, 11| vouchsafe us wealth and food with noble offspring.~ ~ 20 1, 58, 1 | seizing his appropriate food, rapidly, eagerly through 21 1, 58, 6 | Vasus, I serve with dainty food, I ask for riches.~ 22 1, 63, 8 | us, feed us with varied food plenteous as water -~Food 23 1, 63, 8 | food plenteous as water -~Food wherewithal, O Hero, thou 24 1, 65, 3 | 3 Like grateful food, like some wide dwelling 25 1, 68, 5 | sire's behest.~He, rich in food, unbars his wealth like 26 1, 69, 2 | udder, the sweet taste of food,~Like a bliss-giver to be 27 1, 70, 1 | we, the pious, win much food by prayer, may Agni with 28 1, 71, 3 | active, while with sweet food the race of Gods they strengthen.~ 29 1, 71, 7 | by our brethren was our food discovered: find with the 30 1, 72, 7 | works, hast sent us good food in constant course for our 31 1, 73 | LXXIII. Agni.~I. HE who gives food, like patrimonial riches 32 1, 73, 4 | thy rich worshippers win food, O Agni, and princes gain 33 1, 75, 1 | our loudest-sounding hymn, food most delightful to the Gods,~ 34 1, 81, 6 | foeman's man-sustaining food,~May Indra lend his aid 35 1, 85, 6 | Maruts, in the pleasant food.~ 36 1, 88, 1 | Fly unto us with noblest food, like birds, O ye of mighty 37 1, 93, 4 | wherewith ye stole the kine, his food, from Pani.~Ye caused the 38 1, 96, 8 | the Wealth-Giver grant us food with offspring, and length 39 1, 104, 7 | O Indra invoked of many, food and drink when hungry.~ 40 1, 108, 12| mounted, ye take delight in food, O Indra-Agni,~Even from 41 1, 110, 6 | to cat the strengthening food.~ 42 1, 111, 2 | power for skill and wisdom food with noble progeny.~Grant 43 1, 113, 12| voices,~Auspicious, bringing food for Gods' enjoyment, shine 44 1, 114, 6 | Grant us, Immortal One, the food which mortals eat: be gracious 45 1, 116, 8 | the fire's fierce burning; food very rich in nouripliment 46 1, 117, 1 | our song apportioned: with food and strength come hither, 47 1, 117, 21| O ye Asvins, milking out food for men, ye Wonder-Workers,~ 48 1, 120, 8 | stray, whose udders give us food,~Far from our homes without 49 1, 120, 9 | opulence with strengthening food,~Prepare us for the food 50 1, 120, 9 | food,~Prepare us for the food that floweth from our cows~ 51 1, 121, 14| founded on horses, for our food and fame and gladness.~ 52 1, 121, 15| strength, may plenteous food surround us.~Maghavan, make 53 1, 124, 12| places, so men with store of food rise at thy dawning.~Yea, 54 1, 127, 4 | glow.~Even hard and solid food he crunches with his might, 55 1, 127, 4 | might, yea, hard and solid food with might.~ 56 1, 127, 5 | we place the sacrificial food for him who shines forth 57 1, 127, 5 | the during fires enjoy as food.~ 58 1, 127, 8 | Immortals come to gain their food of life, oblations come 59 1, 127, 8 | oblations come to Gods as food.~ 60 1, 128, 2 | Through presentation of our food he grows not old in this 61 1, 129, 7 | wroth we pacify with sacred food and eulogies,~Indra the 62 1, 130, 1 | come with gifts of pleasant food, with juice poured forth, 63 1, 130, 3 | Indra hath disclosed the food concealed, disclosed the 64 1, 130, 3 | disclosed the doors, the food that lay concealed.~ 65 1, 132, 3 | 3 This food glows for thee as of old 66 1, 135, 3 | rite, to taste the sacred food, Vayu, to taste the offerings.~ 67 1, 135, 4 | taste the well-appointed food, Vayu, to taste the offerings!~ 68 1, 140, 1 | well his home, I bring the food as 'twere his place of birth.~ 69 1, 140, 2 | birth he grasps at triple food; in the year's course what 70 1, 140, 13| rivers~Yield us long life and food and corn and cattle, and 71 1, 141, 2 | nourishment, he dwells in food; next, in the seven auspicious 72 1, 144, 7 | as a dwelling filled with food.~ 73 1, 152, 6 | well skilled in rites, be food, and calling Aditi with 74 1, 162, 10| 10 Food undigested steaming from 75 1, 162, 14| water that he drank, the food he tasted, -among the Gods, 76 1, 163, 7 | glory, eager to win thee food at the Cow's station.~Whene' 77 1, 165, 15| offspring for ourselves with food to feed us. May we find 78 1, 165, 15| May we find strengthening food in full abundance!~ 79 1, 166, 15| offspring for ourselves with food to feed us. May we find 80 1, 166, 15| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 81 1, 167, 11| offspring for ourselves with. food to feed us. May we find 82 1, 167, 11| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 83 1, 168, 2 | life the shakers-down of food and light;~Like as the countess 84 1, 168, 5 | as though ye sought for food, on many errands like the 85 1, 168, 9 | looked round them for the food that strengthens.~ 86 1, 168, 10| offspring for ourselves with food to feed us. May we find 87 1, 168, 10| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 88 1, 169, 8 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 89 1, 171, 6 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 90 1, 173, 13| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 91 1, 174, 10| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 92 1, 175, 6 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 93 1, 176, 2 | men;~For whom the sacred food is spread, as the steer 94 1, 176, 6 | May we find strengthenifig food in full abundance.~ 95 1, 177, 5 | may we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 96 1, 178, 4 | gloryconsumes the sacred food which friends have offered.~ 97 1, 178, 5 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 98 1, 179, 11| of fuel, and the giver of food, he, the upholder (of the 99 1, 180, 10| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 100 1, 181, 6 | autumn, sending abundant food of liquid sweetness.~Let 101 1, 181, 9 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 102 1, 182, 8 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 103 1, 183, 2 | earthward, what time, for food, ye, full of wisdom, mount 104 1, 183, 6 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 105 1, 184, 6 | may we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 106 1, 185, 9 | ye Gods, be strong with food rejoicing.~ 107 1, 185, 11| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 108 1, 186, 1 | praises offered as sacred food, come to our synod,~That 109 1, 186, 3 | Varuna rich in glory and send food like a prince praised by 110 1, 186, 11| May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 111 1, 187 | HYMN CLXXXVII. Praise of Food.~ 112 1, 187, 1 | 1. Now will I glorify Food that upholds great strength,~ 113 1, 187, 2 | 2 O pleasant Food, O Food of meath, thee have 114 1, 187, 2 | 2 O pleasant Food, O Food of meath, thee have we chosen 115 1, 187, 3 | Come hitherward to us, O Food, auspicious with auspicious 116 1, 187, 4 | 4 These juices which, O Food, are thine throughout the 117 1, 187, 5 | These gifts of thine, O Food, O Food most sweet to taste,~ 118 1, 187, 5 | gifts of thine, O Food, O Food most sweet to taste,~These 119 1, 187, 6 | 6 In thee, O Food, is set the spirit of great 120 1, 187, 7 | clouds,~Even from thence, O Food of meath, prepared for our 121 1, 187, 9 | enjoy from thee in milky food or barley-brew, Vatapi, 122 1, 187, 11| 11 O Food, from thee as such have 123 1, 189, 8 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ 124 1, 190, 8 | May we find strengthening food in full abundance.~ ~ 125 2, 1, 6 | host, thou art the Lord of food,~Thou goest with red winds: 126 2, 1, 13| devour the duly offered food.~ 127 2, 4, 8 | heroes and mighty strength in food and noble offspring.~ 128 2, 6, 5 | no man may resist:~Give food exceeding plentiful.~ 129 2, 9, 5 | never decreases.~Enrich with food the man who lauds thee, 130 2, 10, 4 | conspicuous, strong with all the food that feeds him.~ 131 2, 13, 4 | 4 Dealing out food unto their people there 132 2, 13, 4 | teeth he eats the master's food. Thou who didst these things 133 2, 13, 6 | thou dealest to us our food: thou milkest from the moist 134 2, 13, 8 | his wealth, for sake of food, to slay him that the fiends 135 2, 19, 8 | thee afresh, O Indra, gain food and strength, bliss, and 136 2, 22, 3 | find for us strength and food.~ 137 2, 24, 9 | the hymn he brings forth food and wealth, the glowing 138 2, 26, 1 | the worshipper share the food of him who worships not.~ 139 2, 31, 5 | may spread forth threefold food.~ 140 2, 32, 5 | O Blessed One, bestowing food of thousand sorts.~ 141 2, 33, 6 | with most invigorating food, imploring.~As he who finds 142 2, 34, 3 | deer, one-minded, to our food.~ 143 2, 34, 7 | remembrance day by day;~Food to your praisers, to your 144 2, 34, 8 | stalls, they pour forth food for all oblation-bringing 145 2, 35, 5 | three Dames are oftering food to feed him, Goddesses to 146 2, 35, 10| present their gold give food to feed him.~ 147 2, 35, 11| Maids together kindle, his food is sacred oil of golden 148 2, 35, 12| chips provide him; t offer food and with my songs exalt 149 2, 37, 4 | and joyed: the proffered food hath pleased him from the 150 2, 40, 4 | much-longed for, rich in food, source of enjoyment.~ 151 3, 1, 22| rejoicing.~Grant us abundant food, thou priestly Herald, vouchsafe 152 3, 1, 23| 23 As holy food, Agni, to thine'invoker 153 3, 2, 10| 10 Man's sacrificial food hath sharpened like an axe, 154 3, 3, 7 | shine upon us store of food.~Increase the great man' 155 3, 5, 11| 11 As holy food, Agni to thine invoker give 156 3, 6, 11| 11 As holy food, Agni, to thine invoker 157 3, 7, 3 | them burst forth from their food the brush-wood.~ 158 3, 7, 11| 11 As holy food, Agni, to thine invoker, 159 3, 11, 7 | 7 By offering sacred food to him the mortal worshipper 160 3, 12, 5 | choose you for the sacred food.~ 161 3, 12, 8 | dwellings and delightful food~Good is your readiness to 162 3, 15, 7 | 7 Agni, as holy food to thine invoker, give wealth 163 3, 22, 5 | 5 Agni, as holy food to thine invoker give wealth 164 3, 23, 2 | be, every day, bearer of food to feed us.~ 165 3, 23, 5 | 5 Agni, as holy food to thine invoker give wealth 166 3, 25, 2 | heroes grants strengthening food, preparing it for nectar.~ 167 3, 25, 2 | nectar.~Thou who art rich in food bring the Gods hither.~ 168 3, 27, 1 | ladle dropping oil your food goes in oblation up to heaven,~ 169 3, 27, 11| Eagerly kindle with their food.~ 170 3, 30, 11| on thy car, and wholesome food, O Hero.~ 171 3, 48, 3 | 3 Desiring food he came unto his Mother, 172 3, 54, 3 | offer this my homage, with food, O Agni, as I pray for riches.~ 173 3, 57, 1 | hath straightway poured me food in plenty: Indra and Agni 174 3, 59, 2 | Foremost be he who brings thee food, O Mitra, who strives to 175 3, 59, 3 | 3 joying in sacred food and free from sickness, 176 3, 59, 9 | strews the holy grass,~Gives food fulfilling sacred Law.~ 177 3, 62, 14| cattle may Soma give salutary food,~To biped and to quadruped.~ 178 4, 1, 8 | effulgent, like a feast rich in food, joyous for ever.~ 179 4, 2, 5 | Rich, Asura! in sacred food and children, in full assembly, 180 4, 2, 7 | 7 Who brings thee food, though thou hast food in 181 4, 2, 7 | thee food, though thou hast food in plenty, welcomes his 182 4, 7, 7 | 7 That as food spreads forth in this earthly 183 4, 7, 10| with his teeth e'en solid food consumeth.~ 184 4, 7, 11| 11 When he hath borne off food with swift flame swiftly, 185 4, 11, 1 | shows even at nighttime, and food is fair to look on in thy 186 4, 12, 1 | thrice this day offiers thee food, O Agni,~May he excel, triumphant 187 4, 20, 4 | offer, and delight thee with food that cometh from the mountain 188 4, 23, 8 | Eternal Law hath varied food that strengthens; thought 189 4, 23, 9 | By holy Law long lasting food they bring us; by holy Law 190 4, 29, 5 | heaven which yields much food, and all desire its bounty.~ 191 4, 32, 7 | So grant thou us abundant food.~ 192 4, 39, 4 | remember mighty Dadhikravan our food and strength, then the blest 193 4, 40, 2 | swift, may he hasten the food of Dawn.~May he the true, 194 4, 40, 2 | bird-like Dadhikravan, bring food, strength, and light.~ 195 4, 41, 2 | 2 He who with dainty food hath won you, Indra and 196 4, 41, 3 | friendship, honoured with dainty food, delight in flowing Soma.~ 197 4, 44, 2 | your own might and power.~Food followeth close upon your 198 4, 45, 1 | three kindred shares of food, and a skin filled with 199 4, 50, 8 | comfort: to him for ever holy food flows richly.~To him the 200 4, 53, 7 | he prosper our home, give food and noble sons.~May he invigorate 201 4, 55, 7 | dare not stint the sacred food of Mitra and Varuna upon 202 5, 4, 2 | well-kept household fire beam food to feed us, and measure 203 5, 6, 1 | enduring steeds as home. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 204 5, 6, 2 | well-born princes come. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 205 5, 6, 3 | when he is pleased. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 206 5, 6, 4 | its light for thee. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 207 5, 6, 5 | bearer of our gifts.~Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 208 5, 6, 6 | themselves continually. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 209 5, 6, 7 | the stalls of kine. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 210 5, 6, 8 | thee, Agni, bring fresh food and safe and happy homes.~ 211 5, 6, 8 | envoy in each house. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 212 5, 6, 9 | O Lord of Strength,Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 213 5, 6, 10| fleet-foot steeds. Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 214 5, 7, 1 | my friends, your seemly food, your seemly praise;~To 215 5, 7, 3 | When we present to him the food and sacrificial gifts of 216 5, 7, 6 | who gives flavour to our food, the home of every man that 217 5, 7, 10| subdue the men who give no food.~ 218 5, 8, 5 | rulest by thy might o'er food of many a sort: that light 219 5, 15, 3 | the ancient, plenteous food as power resistless.~May 220 5, 19, 4 | to a caldron filled with food is he, unconquered, conquering 221 5, 20, 3 | skill;~We who bring sacred food invoke with song thee Chief 222 5, 21, 2 | thou highborn God whose food is oil.~ 223 5, 21, 4 | sit in the chamber of the food.~ 224 5, 29, 11| friendship dressing the sacred food, and thou hast drunk his 225 5, 32, 4 | 4 Him, whom the heavenly food of these delighted, child 226 5, 34, 1 | wasting not, the heavenly food of Gods goes to the foeless 227 5, 38, 2 | 2 The food which, Mightiest Indra, 228 5, 41, 17| Here he wins wholesome food to feed this body: as for 229 5, 41, 18| this favour, strengthening food through the Cow's praise, 230 5, 41, 20| while she shares Urjavya's food.~ 231 5, 48, 4 | filled full with store of food.~ 232 5, 51, 5 | juice effused come to the food.~ 233 5, 51, 6 | spotless Pair come to the food.~ 234 5, 51, 7 | lowland flow: come to the food.~ 235 5, 53, 2 | kindred rains flowed down with food of sacrifice?~ 236 5, 60, 6 | notice the sacrificial food we offer.~ 237 5, 70, 2 | Gods, may we gain fully food for sustenance.~Such, O 238 5, 73, 8 | you gifts of well-dressed food.~ 239 5, 74, 10| mine,~For you is dainty food prepared: they mix refreshing 240 5, 74, 10| prepared: they mix refreshing food for you.~ 241 5, 75, 4 | wonderful, makes dainty food. Lovers of sweetness, hear 242 5, 76, 4 | from the waters bringing food and vigour.~ 243 5, 77, 3 | chariot with its freight of food comes hither,~Swift as thought, 244 5, 77, 4 | and gives the sweetest food at distribution,~Furthers 245 5, 83, 4 | realm of light is streaming.~Food springs abundant for all 246 5, 86, 6 | who sing your praise, deal food to those who sing your praise.~ 247 6, 1, 12| kine for son and offspring.~Food noble, plenteous, far from 248 6, 2, 8 | wood.~Thou art like wind; food, home art thou, like a young 249 6, 4, 4 | Agni at birth prepared his food and pathway.~Therefore vouchsafe 250 6, 4, 5 | he who cats his firm hard food with swiftness,and overtakes 251 6, 13, 5 | thou with might givest much food in cattle even to the wicked 252 6, 14, 1 | and finds sufficiency of food.~ 253 6, 15, 1 | the Child cats everlasting food.~ 254 6, 16, 37| is lovely we with dainty food,~O Agni, have poured forth 255 6, 17, 3 | Make the Sun visible, make food abundant, slaughter the 256 6, 17, 14| strength, for glory, and for food and riches.~Give Bharadvaja 257 6, 19, 5 | hath much fair and precious food to feed us.~In him unite 258 6, 20, 4 | nor left he any of their food remaining.~ 259 6, 20, 6 | slumber, and sated him with food, success, and riches.~ 260 6, 22, 3 | his riches that bring much food, and men, and store of heroes.~ 261 6, 24, 9 | distance, give strengthening food, thou drinker of the juices.~ 262 6, 29, 4 | consistence, for which the food is dressed and grain is 263 6, 35, 1 | dost thou give the singer food for thousands?~When wilt 264 6, 35, 4 | 4 Grant to the Singer food with store of cattle, splendid 265 6, 35, 4 | the fame of riches.~Send food to swell the milch-cow good 266 6, 39, 1 | drunken. God, send the singer food with milk to grace it.~ 267 6, 39, 5 | the singer with plenteous food that he may deal forth treasures.~ 268 6, 41, 3 | that is thine of old, thy food for ever.~ 269 6, 48, 13| yielding milk for all, and food that gives all nourishment.~ 270 6, 48, 14| joy-giving, bringing plenteous food like ViSnxu for my wish, 271 6, 50, 11| strength and heroes, bringing food in plenty.~Be gracious, 272 6, 50, 12| Parjanya, Vata make our food abundant.~ 273 6, 52, 16| laudation.~One generates holy food, the other offspring, so 274 6, 52, 16| other offspring, so grant us food enough with store of children.~ 275 6, 58, 4 | Pusan, liberal, Lord of food, of wondrous iustre,~Whom 276 6, 59, 3 | like fellow horses at their food,~Indra and Agni, Gods armed 277 6, 60, 12| bestow~Abundant strengthening food on us.~ 278 6, 60, 13| Twain are givers both of food and riches: to win me strength 279 6, 62, 4 | Youthful, bearing splendour, food, and vigour.~ 280 6, 63, 7 | hath been sent onward to food of many a sort and dainty 281 6, 63, 8 | ye filled our cow with food that never faileth.~Lovers 282 6, 63, 9 | a hundred with Sumidha, food with Peruk~Sanda gave ten 283 6, 64, 6 | restingplaces, so men with store of food rise at thy dawning.~Yea, 284 6, 65, 3 | and power and might and food and vigour,~Opulent, with 285 6, 67, 6 | the heaven and earth with food of man who liveth.~ 286 6, 68, 5 | That bounteous man through food shall conquer faemen, and 287 6, 68, 6 | wealth which ye bestow in food and treasure on him who 288 6, 69, 1 | completion I urge you on with food and sacred service.~Accept 289 6, 70, 6 | May Heaven and Earth make food swell plenteously for us, 290 7, 3, 4 | greedily with thy jaws thy food thou eatest.~Like a host 291 7, 4, 2 | the forests, and eats his food, though plenteous, in a 292 7, 6, 2 | 2 Sage, Sing, Food, Light,-they bring him from 293 7, 7, 7 | treasure.~Thou hast brought food to singers and to nobles. 294 7, 8, 7 | riches.~Thou hast brought food to singers and to nobles. 295 7, 16, 4 | O Son of Strength, all food that fcedeth man: give that 296 7, 20, 10| 10 Place us by food which thou hast given, O 297 7, 21, 10| 10 Place us by food which thou hast given, O 298 7, 24, 6 | Send our chiefs plenteous food with hero children. Preserve 299 7, 25, 5 | Send our chiefs plenteous food with hero children. Preserve 300 7, 36, 2 | this hymn to you, like food, anew I offer.~One of you 301 7, 36, 5 | friendship.~He hath poured food on men when they have praised 302 7, 37, 6 | ancestral worship, bring food and wealth with heroes to 303 7, 37, 7 | round him, Autumns with food in plenty come to Indra.~ 304 7, 38, 2 | bringing mortal men the food that feeds them.~ 305 7, 42, 6 | subsistence.~May he bestow on us food, strength, and riches. Preserve 306 7, 45, 3 | lustre, bestow on us the food that feedeth mortals.~ 307 7, 59, 2 | and strengthening ample food who brings you offerings 308 7, 64, 2 | and Mitra, rain and sweet food, ye who pour down your bounties.~ 309 7, 64, 3 | chieftain, May, we, too, joy in food with Gods to guard us.~ 310 7, 65, 4 | bedew our pasture wil sweet food and fatness.~Pour down in 311 7, 66, 9 | our princes, Mitra, thine.~Food and Heaven's light will 312 7, 67, 10| Asvins, to the home where food aboundeth.~Vouchsafe us 313 7, 69, 8 | Asvins, to the home where food aboundeth.~Vouchsafe us 314 7, 70, 3 | the mountain, or bringing food to him who gives oblation,~ 315 7, 71, 4 | Nasatyas, that laden with all food it may approach us.~ 316 7, 71, 5 | brought the courser fleet of food to Pedu.~Ye rescued Atri 317 7, 73, 2 | pleasant juice, O Asvins: with food, I call you to the sacrifices.~ 318 7, 74, 5 | the Asvins in pursuit of food.~These shall give lasting 319 7, 77, 5 | O Goddess,~Granting us food, thou who hast all things 320 7, 84, 4 | with store of treasure, food, and every blessing;~For 321 7, 87, 2 | wild beast that seeks his food in pastures.~Within these 322 7, 91, 3 | he. seeketh men with rich food whose treasures are abundant.~ 323 7, 94, 6 | invoke you, bearing sacred food,~Fain for success in sacrifice.~ 324 7, 96, 6 | with streams,~May we gain food and progeny.~ 325 7, 98, 2 | that passes, the pleasant food which thou hast had aforetime,~ 326 7, 99, 3 | 3 Rich in sweet food be ye, and rich in milch-kine, 327 7, 99, 6 | solemn synods, Visnu: pour ye food on us in our camps, O Indra.~ 328 7, 102, 3 | May he for ever give us food.~ 329 7, 104, 10| injure the essence of our food, kine, steeds, or bodies,~ 330 8, 1, 10| Milch-cow who provides unfailing food in ample stream.~ 331 8, 3, 24| 24 Raiment is body, food is life, and healing ointment 332 8, 4, 9 | and kine.~He evermore hath food accompanied by wealth, and 333 8, 4, 12| This thine appropriate food is here poured out for thee: 334 8, 5, 9 | Day, that we may win us food of kine and wealth,~Open 335 8, 5, 15| thousands, source~Of plenteous food, sustaining all.~ 336 8, 5, 20| Our progeny, and plenteous food.~ 337 8, 5, 31| Asvins, enjoying plenteous food~Of Dasas, O Immortal Ones.~ 338 8, 5, 34| That cometh with a store of food.~ 339 8, 5, 36| good.~Associate wealth with food for us.~ 340 8, 6, 23| 23 Indra, disclose much food for us, like a stronghold 341 8, 7, 1 | poured the Trstup forth as food for you,~Ye shine amid the 342 8, 7, 3 | poured out the streaming food.~ 343 8, 7, 13| rapturous joy,~With plenteous food, sustaining all.~ 344 8, 8, 15| exalted you:~Grant him rich food distilling oil, graced with 345 8, 8, 16| Bestow on him, O Asvins, food that strengthens, and that 346 8, 13, 25| Pour down for us abundant food and guard us well.~ 347 8, 19, 2 | who controls this sacred food with Soma blent, who hath 348 8, 20, 2 | ye for whom we long, with food, to sacrifice, come ye with 349 8, 20, 8 | kindred of the Cow, aid us to food and to delight.~ 350 8, 22, 9 | And bring to us abundant food.~ 351 8, 22, 12| All-present Heroes, lavishest of food ye strengthened Krvi, come 352 8, 23, 3 | assault, to win vigour and food, deserves our praise, -~ 353 8, 23, 29| Agni, so disclose to us~Food in our herds of kine and 354 8, 25, 5 | rain, dwell in the place of food.~ 355 8, 25, 6 | celestial and terrestrial food,~Let your rain come to us 356 8, 25, 20| afar the word is lord of food that comes from kine,~Controller 357 8, 25, 20| the gift of unempoisoned food.~ 358 8, 26, 3 | ye who send us plenteous food.~O Asvins, Heroes, let your 359 8, 26, 16| or joying in the home of food,~Listen to me, Immortal 360 8, 26, 23| thee wealthiest in noble food,~And liberal as a press-stone 361 8, 27, 16| endure, he gathers plenteous food who pays obedience to your 362 8, 31, 6 | 6 They gain sufficient food: they come united to the 363 8, 32, 8 | bring us still undiminished food:~Great is thy wealth, O 364 8, 35, 4 | bring us strengthening food.~ 365 8, 35, 5 | bring us strengthening food.~ 366 8, 35, 6 | bring us strengthening food.~ 367 8, 36, 3 | 3 Thou aidest Gods with food, and that with might aidg 368 8, 39, 1 | worshipped with. the sacred food.~May Agni deck the Gods 369 8, 43, 15| So wealth in thousands, food with store of heroes give 370 8, 43, 29| dwellings, each apart,~Send food for thee to eat thereof.~ 371 8, 46, 2 | thee true, the giver of our food,~We know the giver of our 372 8, 47, 16| 16 To him whose food and work is this, who comes 373 8, 48, 1 | to find out treasure,~The food to which all Deities and 374 8, 49, 12| designs.~So wax thou by our food, O Excellent in strength. 375 8, 49, 17| restless God.~Let us whose food is offered call to all the 376 8, 58, 18| spread their sacrificial food.~ 377 8, 59, 7 | godless mortal gain this food, O thou whose life is long!~ 378 8, 60, 13| Lord of wealth vouchsafe us food for friendship sake.~Agni 379 8, 61, 3 | for tougue they seize the food.~ 380 8, 61, 15| jaws, they make sustaining food in heaven,~To Indra, Agni 381 8, 61, 16| Pious One milked out rich food, sustenance dealt in portions 382 8, 66, 8 | men,~And women, bring thou food to eat.~ 383 8, 71, 3 | Indra, in the strengthening food et it content thy wish and 384 8, 81, 10| O 1ndra, come to us with food that gives a hundred powers,~ 385 8, 81, 10| gives a hundred powers,~With food that gives a thousand powers.~ 386 8, 81, 23| by thy might hast taken food of Soma juice,~Which, Indra, 387 8, 82, 28| excellent, O Satakratu, food and strength:~For, Indra, 388 8, 89, 2 | 2 The food of meath in foremost place 389 8, 89, 11| the Gladdener, yielding food and vigour, the Milch-cow 390 8, 94, 5 | thee, lover of pleasant food. The call to Paura thou 391 8, 98, 7 | give us aid: make plenteous food stream forth for us.~ 392 8, 103, 7 | nourish them.~Vouchsafe us food, prosperity, and progeny, 393 9, 2, 2 | 2 As mighty food speed hitherward, Indu, 394 9, 8, 8 | Gain thee, and progeny and food.~ 395 9, 13, 4 | flowest bring great store of food that we may win the spoil~ 396 9, 15, 7 | who brings forth abundant food.~ 397 9, 20, 4 | our liberal lords,~Bring food to those who sing thy praise.~ 398 9, 23, 3 | foeman's wealth,~And give us food with progeny.~ 399 9, 39, 2 | unprepared, and bringing store of food to man,~Make thou the rain 400 9, 40, 4 | hitherward:~Find for us food in boundless store.~ 401 9, 41, 4 | Pour out on us abundant food, when thou art pressed, 402 9, 42, 6 | Send us abundant store of food.~ 403 9, 46, 3 | juice, the Somas rich in food,~Give strength to Indra 404 9, 56, 2 | pours the strengthening food a hundred ever-active streams~ 405 9, 61, 1 | onward, Indu, with this food for him who in thy wild 406 9, 61, 3 | kine and gold,~And, Indu, food in boundless store.~ 407 9, 61, 6 | thou canst, -~Riches and food with hero sons.~ 408 9, 61, 15| our kine, pour forth the food that streams with milk~Increase 409 9, 63, 2 | 2 Thou makest food and vigour swell for Indra, 410 9, 64, 13| onward with a stream for food, made beautiful by sapient 411 9, 65, 13| pour out for us abundant food:~Soma, be thou our prosperer.~ 412 9, 65, 21| 21 Soma , bestowing food upon our progeny, from every 413 9, 66, 4 | Flow onward, generating food, for precious boons of every 414 9, 66, 18| Soma, as Sura, bring us food, win offspring of our bodies: 415 9, 66, 19| life; send down upon us food and vigorous strength;~Drive 416 9, 66, 23| for entertainment, rich in food,~Far-sighted Indu is a Steed.~ 417 9, 67, 31| the Pavamani hymns,~Tastes food completely purified, made 418 9, 71, 8 | Winner of the Floods, with food he seeks the host of heaven, 419 9, 72, 9 | splendid ample strengthening food do thou, O Pavamana, heed 420 9, 74, 2 | who move! together and all food.~ 421 9, 74, 3 | path, and mighty, well-made food, meath blent with Soma juice;~ 422 9, 79, 1 | they who give no gifts of food! perish the godless! May 423 9, 85, 2 | thyself, art Indra's noblest food.~Full many a wise man lifts 424 9, 86, 18| accumulateds Plentiful, nutritious food,~Which, ceaseless, thrice 425 9, 86, 35| Thou, Pavamana, sendest food and power in streams. thou 426 9, 87, 9 | Giver, to the full ample food which thou bestowest.~ 427 9, 94, 5 | 5 Stream to us food and vigour, kine and horses: 428 9, 96, 3 | the Gods flow onward, for food sublime, as Indra's drink, 429 9, 97, 22| formed him Chief of all food, by statute of the Highest,~ 430 9, 97, 25| s entertainment.~Give us food ample, thousandfold: be, 431 9, 97, 27| drink of Gods, for ample food, O Soma.~For we go forth 432 9, 98, 5 | Which many crave, nearest to food and happiness, Resistless 433 9, 99, 2 | forward into strengthening food',~What time the sacrificer' 434 9, 101, 11| treasure-finders, have announced food unto us from every side.~ 435 9, 104, 5 | 5 Thou, Indu, art the food of Gods, O Sovran of all 436 9, 105, 5 | art the God's most special food,~As Friend to friend, for 437 9, 107, 4 | streams forth nutriti us food that all desire.~ 438 9, 107, 24| for wisdom and for dainty food.~ 439 9, 108, 2 | is come to strengthening food, to spoil and wealth like 440 9, 108, 9 | thou Lord of strengthening food, God, as the Friend of Gods:~ 441 9, 108, 13| gifts and sweet refreshing food,~Soma who brings us quiet 442 9, 113, 10| the radiant Moon, where food and full delight are found. 443 10, 1, 4 | 4 Thence bearing food the Mothers come to meet 444 10, 1, 4 | come to meet thee, with food for thee who givest food 445 10, 1, 4 | food for thee who givest food its increase.~These in their 446 10, 2, 6 | abounding in heroes, and rich food to nourish all men.~ 447 10, 5, 4 | and Heaven grow strong by food of pleasant drink and fatness.~ 448 10, 7, 4 | ever, guardest~Is rich in food, drawn by red steeds, and 449 10, 11, 3 | Morning, rich in store of food, splendid, with heavenly 450 10, 11, 5 | the sage's strengthening food with lauds, after long toil, 451 10, 14, 7 | Kings enjoying their sacred food, God Varuna and Yama.~ 452 10, 15, 11| proper place.~Eat sacrificial food presented on the grass: 453 10, 16, 12| Fathers nigh to cat the food of sacrifice.~ 454 10, 17, 8 | and give us strengthening food that brings no sickness.~ 455 10, 17, 9 | our solemn service,~Give food and wealth to present sacrificers, 456 10, 19, 7 | and milk and strengthening food.~May all the Holy Deities 457 10, 20, 10| favour. Thou hast brought all food, strength, a prosperous 458 10, 27, 18| He will perform, whose food is wood and butter.~ 459 10, 28, 3 | eatest when, Maghavan, with food thou art invited.~ 460 10, 29, 3 | Fain would I bring thee food most meet to offer.~ 461 10, 29, 4 | Wide-Strider! to sustain us, since food absorbs the thought of each 462 10, 29, 5 | Indra strong by nature, with food the many songs that tell 463 10, 30, 1 | celestial Waters,~The glorious food of Varuna and Mitra. To 464 10, 31, 5 | their might men rich in food have gathered.~Striving 465 10, 37, 11| drink and eat invigorating food. So grant us health and 466 10, 38, 2 | disclose to us opulence rich in food, streaming with milk, O 467 10, 40, 4 | Lords of splendour, ye bring food to strengthen them.~ 468 10, 42, 5 | 5 Whoso with plenteous food for him expresses strong 469 10, 48, 8 | 9 With food for mine enjoyment Sapya 470 10, 53, 4 | Eaters of strengthening food who merit worship, O ye 471 10, 59, 2 | the psalm for wealth, and food, in plenty: let us do many 472 10, 61, 7 | nature; he bringeth them all food and all possessions.~ 473 10, 64, 11| on as a dwelling rich in food is the blest favour of the 474 10, 64, 11| you, ye Gods, with sacred food.~ 475 10, 69, 2 | growstrong: the butter is its food, the butter makes it fat.~ 476 10, 69, 3 | so give us strengthening food, so send us glory.~ 477 10, 74, 5 | s upholder, who, rich in food, bears man's kind friend, 478 10, 76, 5 | better than Agni give us food, to you I sing.~ 479 10, 79, 2 | him they quickly bring his food together.~ 480 10, 79, 3 | he finds glowing like hot food made ready, and kissing 481 10, 79, 5 | man who quickly gives him food, who offers his gifts of 482 10, 79, 6 | toothless, hath cut his food up as the knife a victim.~ 483 10, 79, 7 | well-born friend hath carved his food with Vasus: in all his limbs 484 10, 86, 14| fill my belly full with food. Supreme is Indra over all.~ 485 10, 90, 2 | which waxes greater still by food.~ 486 10, 91, 5 | crammest by thyself thy food into thy mouth.~ 487 10, 91, 7 | swift piercing through thy food according to thy will,~Thy 488 10, 94, 2 | Hotar, taste the offered food.~ 489 10, 94, 6 | panting, swallowing their food, the sound of their loud 490 10, 96, 10| whinnied like a horse for food.~Then the great wish hath 491 10, 99, 4 | dwelling,~Came, seized the food of Vamra and his consort, 492 10, 99, 11| blessing: he hath brought all, food, strength, a happy dwelling.~ 493 10, 102, 10| this they give not either food or water. Reaching beyond 494 10, 105, 5 | themselves as 'twere for food,~The God who wears the helm 495 10, 106, 1 | waked you: ye spread out food like days of lovely weather.~ 496 10, 106, 5 | nourished with sacrificial food, to be cherished (with oblations).~ 497 10, 107, 7 | Rsisters.~Guerdon gives food which is our life and spirit. 498 10, 112, 4 | to our dwelling and the food thou lovest.~ 499 10, 113, 8 | might.~As Agni eats the dry food with his tcetlv, he ate 500 10, 116, 8 | approach thee: be pleased with food made ready and with Soma.~


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