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waterfloods 3
waterladen 1
waterless 2
waters 465
waters-soma 2
waters-such 1
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473 light
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465 asvins
465 waters
462 whose
461 varuna
458 what

Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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waters

    Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 10, 8 | wrathful mood.~Win us the waters of the sky, and send us 2 1, 22, 6 | send us succour, praise the Waters' Offspring Savitar:~Fain 3 1, 23, 17| 17 May Waters gathered near the Sun, and 4 1, 23, 18| 18 I call the Waters, Goddesses, wherein our 5 1, 23, 19| 19 Amrit is in the Waters in the Waters there is healing 6 1, 23, 19| is in the Waters in the Waters there is healing balm~Be 7 1, 23, 20| he who blesseth all. The Waters hold all medicines.~ 8 1, 23, 21| 21 O Waters, teem with medicine to keep 9 1, 23, 22| have lied or falsely sworn, Waters, remove it far from me.~ 10 1, 23, 23| 23 The Waters I this day have sought, 11 1, 24, 6 | or spirit;~Nor these the waters that flow on for ever, nor 12 1, 32, 1 | Dragon, then disclosed the waters, and cleft the channels 13 1, 32, 2 | rapid flow descending the waters glided downward to the ocean.~ 14 1, 32, 8 | bank-bursting river, the waters taking courage flow above 15 1, 32, 10| rest for ever onward.~The waters bear off Vrtra's nameless 16 1, 32, 11| the thralls of Dasas, the waters stayed like kine held by 17 1, 33, 11| 11 The waters flowed according to their 18 1, 34, 6 | and thrice those that the waters hold,~Favour and health 19 1, 46, 9 | heaven; the wealth is at the waters' place:~Where will ye manifest 20 1, 51, 4 | unclosed the prisons of the waters; thou hast in the mountain 21 1, 52, 14| attained, whose bounds the waters of mid-air have never reached, -~ 22 1, 54, 10| the vault that stayed the waters' flow: in Vrtra's hollow 23 1, 56, 5 | the juice, hast set the waters free, and broken Vrtra's 24 1, 57 | checkless bounty, as of waters down a slope, is spread 25 1, 59, 3 | riches in the hills, the waters, the herbs, among mankind, 26 1, 61, 10| piece-meal Vrtra, drier up of waters.~He let the floods go free, 27 1, 64, 6 | dropping milk fill full the waters which avail in solenm rites.~ 28 1, 65, 2 | vast as heaven itself.~The waters feed with praise the growing 29 1, 67, 5 | life of all men, in the waters' home,-for him have sages 30 1, 70, 2 | 2 He who is germ of waters, germ of woods, germ of 31 1, 79, 2 | to smile he cometh: the waters fall, the clouds utter their 32 1, 80, 3 | might: stay Vrtra, make the waters thine, lauding thine own 33 1, 80, 4 | Let these life-fostering waters flow attended by the Marut 34 1, 80, 5 | Vrtra's back, and loosed the waters free to run, lauding his 35 1, 83, 1 | him, as round about the waters clearly seen afar fill Sindhu 36 1, 83, 2 | 2 The heavenly Waters come not nigh the priestly 37 1, 91, 4 | in the plants, and in the waters, -~With all of these, well-pleased 38 1, 91, 22| milch-kine, and these running waters, all these, O Soma, thou 39 1, 92, 12| kine, as a flood rolls his waters.~Never transgressing the 40 1, 95, 3 | in the heaven, and in the waters.~Governing in the cast of 41 1, 95, 4 | The germ of many, from the waters' bosom he goes forth, wise 42 1, 95, 5 | uplifted in the lap of waving waters.~When he was born both Tvastar' 43 1, 95, 8 | in his home with milk and waters.~The Sage adorns the depths 44 1, 96, 1 | himself all wisdom.~The waters and the bowl have made him 45 1, 96, 2 | refulgent light, heaven and the waters. The Gods possessed the 46 1, 100, 11| invoked of many,~For gain of waters, and of sons and grandsons, 47 1, 100, 15| have reached, nor yet the Waters.~Both Earth and Heaven in 48 1, 100, 18| land, the sunlight, and the waters.~ 49 1, 103, 2 | thunderbolt and loosed the waters.~Maghavan with his puissance 50 1, 103, 5 | plants, the forests and the waters.~ 51 1, 104, 3 | himself, casts foam amid the waters.~Both wives of Kuyava in 52 1, 104, 4 | him, bear milk upon their waters.~ 53 1, 104, 6 | a share of sunlight, of waters, sinlessness, and reputation.~ 54 1, 105, 1 | 1. WITHIN the waters runs the Moon, he with the 55 1, 108, 11| mountains, in the herbs, or waters,~Even from thence, ye mighty 56 1, 109, 4 | it with sweetness in the waters.~ 57 1, 112, 5 | Wherewith ye raised from waters, prisoned and fast bound, 58 1, 116, 3 | left Bhujyu in the cloud of waters.~Ye brought him back in 59 1, 116, 24| sore affliction, in the waters.~ 60 1, 121, 11| the boar who lay amid the waters, to sleep thou sentest with 61 1, 122, 3 | delight us, pourer forth of waters!~Sharpen our wits, O Parvata 62 1, 122, 6 | fields, listen with all his waters 1~ 63 1, 125, 5 | giver.~The streams, the waters flow for him with fatness: 64 1, 135, 6 | juices pressed for you in waters here, borne by attendant 65 1, 139, 10| very Strong hath gained the waters by himself, the strong gained 66 1, 139, 11| with might, Eleven, live in waters, accept this sacrifice, 67 1, 143, 1 | Strength,~Who, Offspring of the Waters, bearing precious things 68 1, 144, 2 | he dwelt extended in the waters' lap, absorbed those Godlike 69 1, 149, 4 | sacrificing Priest where waters gather.~ 70 1, 151, 1 | with power, a Friend, mid waters, at the sacrifice.~ 71 1, 153, 4 | may the kine and heavenly Waters pour you sweet drink in 72 1, 157, 5 | sovrans of the wood, the waters,~ 73 1, 158, 3 | equipped and set amid the waters,~So may I gain your shelter 74 1, 158, 6 | He is the Brahman of the waters as they strive to reach 75 1, 161, 9 | 9 Most excellent are waters, thus said one of you; most 76 1, 161, 14| comes in the sea's gathered waters, O Sons of Strength, desirous 77 1, 163, 1 | proceeding from the sea or upper waters,~Limbs of the deer hadst 78 1, 163, 4 | bind thee, three in the waters,~three within the ocean.~ 79 1, 164, 48| heaven they fly robed in the waters.~Again descend they from 80 1, 164, 53| germ of plants, the germ of waters,~Him who delighteth us with 81 1, 165, 8 | these lucid softly flowing waters.~ 82 1, 174, 9 | thou hast made the stormy waters flow down, O Indra, like 83 1, 178, 2 | run the quickly flowing waters.May Indra come to us with 84 1, 180, 5 | compasseth Earth, Heaven, and Waters: decayed for you is sorrow' 85 1, 181, 1 | Priests are bring from the waters?~This sacrifice is your 86 1, 182, 6 | cast down headlong in the waters, plunged in the thick inevitable 87 1, 184, 3 | move on, sprung from the waters, like ancient times of Varuna 88 1, 186, 5 | will incite the Child of Waters whom vigorous course swift 89 1, 187, 8 | Whatever morsel we consume from waters or from plants of earth, 90 1, 190, 7 | closely looks upon both, the waters and the vessel.~ 91 2, 1, 1 | brought to life from out the waters, from the stone:~From out 92 2, 4, 2 | served him in the home of waters set him of old in houses 93 2, 11, 5 | enveloped deep within the waters, him who checked heaven 94 2, 12, 7 | and Morning, who leads the waters, He, O men, is Indra.~ 95 2, 13, 5 | lauds, even as a steed with waters: meet for praise art thou.~ 96 2, 17, 5 | downward rushing of the waters he ordained.~Fast he upheld 97 2, 19, 2 | piecemeal Ahi who barred up the waters,~So that the quickening 98 2, 19, 3 | sent forth the flood of waters to the ocean.~He gave the 99 2, 20, 7 | hath he created earth and waters, and ever helped the prayer 100 2, 24, 12| truth proceedeth: even the waters break not your commandment.~ 101 2, 25, 5 | roaring rivers pour their waters down for him, and many a 102 2, 27, 13| him, he dwells beside the waters rich with pasture.~None 103 2, 30, 1 | day goes on the sheen of waters. What time hath past since 104 2, 35 | HYMN XXXV. Son of Waters.~ 105 2, 35, 1 | Will not the rapid Son of Waters make them lovely, for he 106 2, 35, 2 | it'~The friendly Son of Waters by the greatness of Godhead 107 2, 35, 3 | resplendent Offspring of the Waters.~ 108 2, 35, 4 | 4 The never-sullen waters, youthful Maidens, carefully 109 2, 35, 4 | beauty, unfed with wood. in waters, oil-enveloped.~ 110 2, 35, 5 | none may injure.~Within the waters hath he pressed, as hollows, 111 2, 35, 7 | noble viands.~lle Son of Waters, gathering strength in waters, 112 2, 35, 7 | Waters, gathering strength in waters, shines for his worshipper 113 2, 35, 8 | 8 He who in waters with his own pure Godhead 114 2, 35, 9 | 9 The Waters' Son hath risen, and clothed 115 2, 35, 10| is like gold, the Son of Waters.~When he is seated fresh 116 2, 35, 11| lovely aspect of him the Waters' Son increase in secret.~ 117 2, 35, 13| they kiss him.~He, Son of Waters, of unfading colour, hadi 118 2, 35, 14| rays that never perish,~The Waters, bearing oil to feed their 119 2, 38, 2 | all may mark him.~Even the waters bend them to his service: 120 2, 38, 7 | share which thou hast set in waters.~The woods are given to 121 2, 38, 11| from heaven and earth and waters,~That it be well with friends 122 3, 1, 3 | discovered in the midst of waters beautiful Agni with the 123 3, 1, 5 | himself in light, the life of waters, lie spreads abroad his 124 3, 1, 7 | scattered where flow sweet waters, at the spring of fatness;~ 125 3, 1, 12| keen supporter where great waters gather, light-shedder whom 126 3, 5, 3 | the Law, Friend, germ of waters.~Loved and adored, the height 127 3, 5, 8 | oil increased him,~Like waters lovely when they hasten 128 3, 9, 1 | God, to be our help,~The Waters' Child, the blessed, the 129 3, 22, 2 | O Holy One, and in the waters,~Wherewith thou hast spread 130 3, 22, 3 | Gods beheld in spirit.~The waters, too, come hither, those 131 3, 31, 16| House-Friend, he set the waters flowing, all-lucid, widely 132 3, 31, 20| are spread the purifying waters convey thou us across them 133 3, 32, 5 | Ones stirrest floods and waters.~ 134 3, 32, 11| when couched around the waters.~The heaven itself attained 135 3, 33, 1 | Sutudri speed down their waters.~ 136 3, 33, 4 | rise and swell with billowy waters move forward to the home 137 3, 33, 7 | course forth flowed the waters.~ 138 3, 33, 13| bear up the pins, and ye, O Waters, spare the thongs;~And never 139 3, 34, 8 | of the light and Godlike Waters,~He who hath won this broad 140 3, 35, 8 | men, the mountains, the waters, Indra, have for thee made 141 3, 36, 6 | sea, as borne on cars, the waters.~Vaster is Indra even than 142 3, 38, 4 | hath reached the eternal waters.~ 143 3, 39, 6 | lay secret, hidden in the waters, he held in his right hand, 144 3, 51, 5 | growing plants, the living waters, the forest trees preserve 145 3, 54, 19| and Heaven, the Sun, the waters, hear us, and the wide firmament 146 3, 55, 22| gifts for thee are herbs and waters, and earth brings all her 147 3, 56, 4 | Adityas.~The Goddesses, the Waters, stayed to meet him: they 148 3, 56, 5 | are the holy Ladies of the Waters, thrice here from heaven 149 3, 56, 7 | and Earth, yea, and the Waters, solicit wealth that Savitar 150 4, 3, 12| the Immortal Goddesses the Waters, with meath-rich waves, 151 4, 13, 4 | hide, the darkness in the waters.~ 152 4, 16, 6 | eager Friends let loose the waters.~They with their songs cleft 153 4, 16, 7 | Thou sentest forth the waters of the ocean, as Lord through 154 4, 17, 2 | shook in agitation . the waters flowed, and desert spots 155 4, 17, 3 | slain, forth flowed the waters swiftly.~ 156 4, 18, 6 | motion onward flow these waters, the Holy Ones, shouting, 157 4, 18, 6 | what girdling rock the waters burst asunder.~ 158 4, 18, 8 | him, mine infant, were the waters gracious. Indra, my Son, 159 4, 19, 2 | slewest Ahi who besieged the waters, and duggest out their all-supporting 160 4, 26, 2 | forth the loudly-roaring waters, and the Gods moved according 161 4, 28, 1 | Soma, Indra for man made waters flow together,~Slew Ahi, 162 4, 30, 12| overflowing stream~Who spread her waters o'er the land.~ 163 4, 33, 6 | Plants spread o'er deserts, waters filled the hollows.~ 164 4, 38, 10| as the Sun lightens the waters.~May the strong Steed who 165 4, 40, 1 | exertion;~Praise of the Lord of Waters, Dawn, and Agni, Brhaspati 166 4, 42, 4 | flow the moisture-shedding waters, and set the heaven firm 167 4, 47, 2 | you the drops proceed as waters gather to the vale.~ 168 4, 54, 6 | Earth, Sindhu with the Waters, Aditi with Adityas, give 169 4, 57, 3 | for us. the heavens, the waters, and full of sweets for 170 5, 2, 11| obtain thereby the heavenly Waters.~ 171 5, 29, 2 | might flow, the youthful Waters.~ 172 5, 30, 6 | guileful lurker who beset the waters.~ 173 5, 31, 6 | man the moistly-gleaming waters.~ 174 5, 31, 8 | Turvaga didst stay the gushing waters.~Ye both assailed the fierce: 175 5, 31, 9 | hearing-distance.~Ye blew him from the waters, from his dwelling, and 176 5, 34, 9 | pious.~May the collected waters yield him plenty, and his 177 5, 41, 10| him the Offspring of the Waters.~Agn; with might neighs 178 5, 41, 11| riches?~May Plants, the Waters, and the Sky preserve us, 179 5, 41, 12| cloudy heaven:~And may the Waters, bright like castles, hear 180 5, 41, 14| terrestrial generations, and Waters will I summon to the feasting.~ 181 5, 41, 14| conquered streams increase their waters.~ 182 5, 42, 14| Who, rich in clouds and waters with his lightning speeds 183 5, 45, 3 | ancient birth of mighty waters~The mountain parted, Heaven 184 5, 46, 3 | Mitra, Varuna, Aditi, the Waters, Mountains, Maruts, Sky, 185 5, 46, 7 | are on the earth or in the waters' realm.~ 186 5, 47, 5 | knowledge that while the waters stand the streams are flowing:~ 187 5, 48, 1 | as a magic energy seeking waters spreads even to theimmeasurable 188 5, 53, 14| in rest and toil, rain waters down and balm.~ 189 5, 54, 2 | the lightning-flash. The waters sweeping round are thundering 190 5, 58, 6 | strong-wrought fellies,~The waters are disturbed, the woods 191 5, 59, 7 | mortals know, have caused the waters of the mounuains to desGend.~ 192 5, 60, 3 | along together like the waters.~ 193 5, 76, 4 | mountain. Come from the waters bringing food and vigour.~ 194 5, 83, 6 | thunder while thou pourest the waters down, our heavenly Lord 195 5, 85, 2 | intellect in hearts, fire in the waters, Siurya in heaven and Soma 196 5, 85, 3 | Therewith the universe's Sovran waters earth as the shower of rain 197 5, 85, 6 | wherein they pour their waters.~ 198 6, 13, 1 | besought of heaven, the flow of waters.~ 199 6, 13, 3 | accordant with the Child of Waters.~ 200 6, 14, 4 | the hero chief, winner of waters, firm in fray.~Soon as they 201 6, 17, 12| free the rushing wave of waters, the floods' great swell 202 6, 19, 12| win, for sons and kine and waters.~ 203 6, 20, 2 | Dragon who enclosed the waters.~ 204 6, 20, 12| roaring Indra, drovest on the waters that made a roaring sound 205 6, 24, 6 | sacrifice men brought the waters from thee, as from a mountain' 206 6, 25, 4 | for seed and offspring, waters, kine, or corn-lands.~ 207 6, 29, 5 | with help his flocks to waters.~ 208 6, 30, 4 | slewest Ahi who besieged the waters, and lettest loose the streams 209 6, 31, 1 | contending voices for seed and waters, progeny and sunlight.~ 210 6, 32, 5 | Coursers, hath swiftly won the waters from the southward.~Thus 211 6, 39, 5 | deal forth treasures.~Give waters, herbs that have no poison, 212 6, 40, 2 | pressing-stones, the cows, the waters have made this Soma ready 213 6, 44, 18| freedom.~That we may gain waters and seed and offspring, 214 6, 44, 21| rivers, Bull of standing waters.~For thee, the Strong, O 215 6, 47, 21| Varcin and Sambara, where the waters gather.~ 216 6, 50, 7 | protection, Friends of man, ye Waters, in peace and trouble, to 217 6, 50, 11| Cow, and dwellers in the waters.~ 218 6, 50, 13| the Lord, the Offspring of Waters, pouring down his dew be 219 6, 52, 14| World-halves hear it, and the Waters' Child.~Let me not utter 220 6, 52, 15| earth, in heaven, where waters gather -~May they vouchsafe 221 6, 60, 2 | thou, Agni, for cows and waters, sunlight, stolen Mornings.~ 222 6, 60, 2 | Dawns, regions, wondrous waters.~ 223 6, 62, 2 | ye pass, and fields, and waters.~ 224 6, 62, 6 | birds, out of the sea and waters bore Bhujyu, son of Tugra, 225 6, 64, 1 | splendour like the waves of waters.~She maketh paths all easy, 226 6, 64, 4 | Se1f-luminous! through waters.~So lofty Goddess with thine 227 6, 66, 8 | and progeny, for kine and waters: he bursts the cow-stall 228 6, 68, 8 | with boats we cross the waters.~ 229 6, 72, 3 | have ye filled full with waters.~ 230 6, 73, 3 | cattle.~Striving to win waters and light, resistless, Brhaspati 231 7, 5, 2 | rivers, Bull of standing waters.~Vaisvanara when he hath 232 7, 9, 3 | hath he entered, Child of Waters.~ 233 7, 9, 5 | Sarasvati, the Maruts, Asvins, Waters.~ 234 7, 18, 8 | folly fain to waste her waters, they parted inexhaustible 235 7, 18, 12| thunder-armed, o'erwhelmedst in the waters famed ancient Kavasa and 236 7, 18, 15| came speeding like loosed waters rushing downward.~The foemen, 237 7, 21, 3 | thou settest free the many waters that were encompassed, Hero, 238 7, 23, 4 | cows, moreover, swelled the waters: the singen sought thy holy 239 7, 32, 27| may we ass through all the waters that are rul`ng down.~ 240 7, 34, 2 | 2 The waters listen as they flow along: 241 7, 34, 3 | 3 Yea, the broad waters swell their flood ior him: 242 7, 34, 15| choose for our Friend the Waters' Child: may he be good to 243 7, 34, 23| Mountains and the liberal Waters, so may all Herbs that grow 244 7, 34, 25| Varuna, Mitra, and Agni, Waters, Herbs, Trees accept the 245 7, 35, 8 | auspicious be the Rivers and the Waters.~ 246 7, 35, 11| in heaven, on earth, in waters.~ 247 7, 35, 13| he the swelling Child of Waters, gracious be Prsni who hath 248 7, 42, 1 | Milch-kine swimming in the waters: set be the stones that 249 7, 44, 1 | Adityas, Heaven and Earth, the Waters, and the Light.~ 250 7, 47 | HYMN XLVII. Waters.~ 251 7, 47, 1 | obtain this day from you, O Waters, that wave of pure refreshment, 252 7, 47, 2 | wave most rich in sweets, O Waters,~That shall make Indra and 253 7, 49 | HYMN XLIX. Waters.~ 254 7, 49, 1 | channels: here let those Waters, Goddesses, protect me.~ 255 7, 49, 2 | 2 Waters which come from heaven, 256 7, 49, 2 | the Ocean, here let those Waters. Goddesses, protect me.~ 257 7, 49, 3 | purifying, here let those Waters, Goddesses, protect me.~ 258 7, 49, 4 | entered, here let those Waters, Goddesses, protect Me.~ 259 7, 56, 24| fair lands we may cross the waters, and dwell in our own home 260 7, 56, 25| Mitra, Varuna and Agni, Waters, and Plants, and Trees accept 261 7, 65, 3 | er trouble as a boat o'er waters.~ 262 7, 70, 4 | ye Gods, in plants and waters when Rsis give them and 263 7, 85, 3 | their seats, e'en heavenly Waters endowed with Godhead Varuna 264 7, 88, 3 | ride o'er ridges of the waters, will swing within that 265 7, 94, 12| Slay him who stays the waters, slay the Serpent with your 266 7, 95, 1 | majesty and might all other waters.~ 267 7, 101, 2 | God who ruleth over the waters and all moving creatures,~ 268 7, 101, 4 | heavens with triplyflowing waters.~Three reservoirs that sprinkle 269 7, 103, 4 | revelling in the flow of waters,~When the Frog moistened 270 7, 103, 5 | converse with eloquence on the waters.~ 271 8, 1, 17| with the stones, and in the waters wash it clean.~The men investing 272 8, 3, 10| Wherewith thou sentest mighty waters to the sea, that, Indra, 273 8, 5, 21| doors the strengthening waters of the sky,~And rivers, 274 8, 6, 13| limb by limb,~He sent the waters to the sea.~ 275 8, 6, 16| length staying thy copious waters thou,~In his own footsteps, 276 8, 6, 34| have the Kanvas sung, like waters speeding down a slope:~The 277 8, 7, 22| both the worlds, the mighty waters, and the Sun,~And, joint 278 8, 13, 8 | that glorify him play like waters speeding down a slope,~Yea, 279 8, 14, 13| 13 With waters' foam thou torest off, Indra, 280 8, 15, 6 | might of thine:~Win thou the waters day by day, thralls of the 281 8, 15, 8 | power and thy renown;~The waters and thy mountains stir and 282 8, 32, 23| attract thee hitherward,~Like waters gathering to the vale.~ 283 8, 33, 1 | 1. WE compass thee like waters, we whose grass is trimmed 284 8, 39, 10| natural dams, circumfluous the waters run. Let all the others 285 8, 58, 12| art a glorious God.~The waters flow into thy throat as ' 286 8, 59, 8 | To be invoked in shallow waters and in depths, to be invoked 287 8, 63, 15| Parusni, mighty flood.~Waters! no man is there who gives 288 8, 65, 2 | Vrtra, and~Released the waters of the sea.~ 289 8, 78, 4 | rapid torrent let the mother waters spread. Slay Vrtra, win 290 8, 82, 22| to enjoyment lovingly:~To waters speeds the restless one.~ 291 8, 83, 7 | gleamed and shone through waters as through troops of foes'?~ 292 8, 89, 9 | ocean lies the bolt with waters compassed round about,~And 293 8, 91, 14| 14 The waters find their place in him, 294 8, 93, 3 | Indra, Lover of the Son~As waters seek the lake where they 295 8, 98, 4 | this call of mine:~May Waters, Wind, the Mountains, and 296 8, 103, 2 | 2 The waters and the plants, O Indra-Varuna, 297 9, 2, 3 | creative juice~ne Sage drew waters to himself.~ 298 9, 2, 4 | 4 The mighty waters, yea, the floods accompany 299 9, 3, 6 | bards, this God dives into waters, and bestows~Rich gifts 300 9, 6, 4 | drops have flowed, like waters down a steep descent~They 301 9, 7, 2 | 2 Down in the mighty waters sinks the stream of meath, 302 9, 16, 3 | the Soma, ne'er subdued in waters, waterless,~And make it 303 9, 24, 1 | purified:~When bIent, in waters they are rinsed.~ 304 9, 30, 5 | 5 To waters with the stones they drive 305 9, 33, 1 | 1. LIKE waves of waters, skilled in song the juices 306 9, 42, 1 | green-hued,~Robed in the waters and the milk,~ 307 9, 49, 1 | upon us, pour a wave of waters from the sky,~And plenteous 308 9, 59, 2 | 2 Flow onward from the waters, flow, inviolable, from 309 9, 62, 5 | the plant is washed in waters, pressed by men~The milch-kine 310 9, 62, 26| of the song, stirring the waters of the sea,~Flow onward, 311 9, 63, 7 | gavest Surya light,~Urging on waters good to men.~ 312 9, 65, 6 | the hands and dipped in waters, with the wood.~Thou comest 313 9, 66, 13| great delight the running waters flow to us,~When thou wilt 314 9, 68, 9 | the jars.~With milk and waters is he decked when pressed 315 9, 72, 7 | into the streams, into the waters' wave,~As Indra's thunderbolt, 316 9, 78, 1 | his way: invested with the waters he would win the kine.~The 317 9, 78, 3 | 3 Apsarases who dwell in waters of the sea, sitting within, 318 9, 80, 5 | fingers, drain thee into waters, thee, the Steer enriched 319 9, 82, 3 | hath he made his home.~The waters too have flowed, the Sisters, 320 9, 82, 5 | felicity flow onward: the waters follow as thy law ordaineth.~ 321 9, 85, 3 | meath.~Winning us land and waters, flow thou hitherward: Rainer 322 9, 85, 9 | that hath grown great in waters, in the lake meath-rich, 323 9, 86, 8 | and set in rivers with the waters' wave moves on.~High heaven' 324 9, 86, 25| impelled the Sage into the waters' lap, the place of sacrifice.~ 325 9, 88, 5 | splendour in the running waters.~Like one who fights, the 326 9, 88, 7 | be gracious unto us like waters, like sacrifice victorious, 327 9, 89, 2 | Hawk the drop hath waxed in waters: the father drains it, drains 328 9, 90, 4 | the Dawns, the light, the waters, and cattle, call to us 329 9, 91, 2 | with the sheep and cows and waters.~ 330 9, 91, 6 | purifying thee vouchsafe us waters, heaven's light, and cows, 331 9, 93, 2 | Steer hath flowed along to waters.~As youth to damsel, so 332 9, 94, 1 | Sage, he flows enrobed in waters and song as 'twere a stall 333 9, 95, 3 | onward like the waves of waters, our holy hymns are pressing 334 9, 96, 10| stone, decking himself in waters,~Warding off curses, King 335 9, 96, 13| sweets and holy,. enrobed in waters on the fleecy summit.~Settle 336 9, 96, 19| close the sea, the wave of waters, the great Bull tells his 337 9, 96, 24| in boons, brought to the waters, hath roared within the 338 9, 97, 15| deatb-shafts at him who stays the waters,~Flow to us wearing thy 339 9, 97, 41| Steer, in that as Child of Waters he chose the Gods, performed 340 9, 97, 45| flowed with milk and with the waters.~ 341 9, 97, 47| threefold refuge in the waters, goes singing, as a priest, 342 9, 97, 48| the saucers,~Sweetest in waters, rich in meath, and holy, 343 9, 97, 57| form with essence of the waters.~ 344 9, 106, 3 | gathers spoil,~And, winning waters, wield the steerstrong thunderbolt.~ 345 9, 107, 1 | odorous.~We ladden thee in waters when thou art effused, blending 346 9, 108, 5 | Sporting, as 'twere the waters' wave.~ 347 9, 108, 10| from heaven, send us the waters' flow: incite our thoughts 348 9, 109, 13| for good fortune in the waters' lap.~ 349 9, 109, 17| hath run, purified by the waters, blent with milk.~ 350 9, 113, 8 | heaven, where are those waters young and fresh. Flow, Indu, 351 10, 2, 7 | and Earth, thou whom the Waters, and Tvastar, maker of fair 352 10, 4, 5 | he presses through the waters, and to his place accordant 353 10, 8, 1 | hath waxen in the lap of waters.~ 354 10, 8, 5 | thou comest.~Thou art the Waters' Child O Jatavedas, envoy 355 10, 9 | HYMN IX. Waters.~ 356 10, 9, 1 | 1. YE, Waters, are beneficent: so help 357 10, 9, 3 | abode ye send us on;~And, Waters, give us procreant strength.~ 358 10, 9, 4 | 4 The Waters. be to us for drink, Goddesses 359 10, 9, 7 | 7 O Waters, teem with medicine to keep 360 10, 9, 8 | have lied or falsely sworn, Waters, remove it far from me.~ 361 10, 9, 9 | 9 The Waters I this day have sought, 362 10, 14, 9 | days and beams of light and waters.~ 363 10, 16, 3 | it be thy lot, unto the waters; go, make thine home in 364 10, 17, 14| milk the essence of the Waters: make me pure therewith.~ 365 10, 19 | HYMN XIX. Waters or Cows.~ 366 10, 27, 17| plain amid the heavenly waters, hallowing and with means 367 10, 27, 20| let them often linger.~The waters even shall aid him to his 368 10, 30 | HYMN XXX. Waters.~ 369 10, 30, 1 | priest speed to the celestial Waters,~The glorious food of Varuna 370 10, 30, 2 | with longing to the longing Waters,~Down on which looks the. 371 10, 30, 3 | ye Adhvaryus worship the Waters' Child with your oblations.~ 372 10, 30, 4 | at their sacrifices:~Give waters rich in sweets, Child of 373 10, 30, 4 | in sweets, Child of the Waters, even those which gave heroic 374 10, 30, 5 | damsels.~Go thou unto those Waters, O Adhvaryu, and purify 375 10, 30, 6 | Adhvaryus and the heavenly Waters.~ 376 10, 30, 7 | that gratifies the Gods, O Waters.~ 377 10, 30, 8 | at sacrifices. Ye wealthy Waters, hear mine invocation.~ 378 10, 30, 10| seek the lower pastures, -~Waters which dwell together, thrive 379 10, 30, 11| gracious hearing to our call, O Waters.~ 380 10, 30, 12| 12 For, wealthy Waters, ye control all treasures: 381 10, 30, 13| 13 When I behold the Waters coming hither, carrying 382 10, 30, 14| with the Offspring of the Waters.~ 383 10, 30, 15| grass are come the longing Waters: the Pious Ones are seated 384 10, 32, 6 | wast lying hidden in the waters.~Indra, who knoweth well, 385 10, 36, 1 | Adityas, Heaven and Earth, the Waters, and the Sky.~ 386 10, 36, 8 | Stay of Life, who makes the waters swell, swift-hearing, Friend 387 10, 37, 2 | finds a place of rest: the waters ever flow and ever mounts 388 10, 37, 6 | Earth, and Indra and the Waters and the Maruts hear.~Ne' 389 10, 43, 7 | together unto Indra flow like waters to the river, rivulets to 390 10, 45, 1 | Manly-souled was in the waters. The pious lauds and kindles 391 10, 45, 3 | Manly-souled lit thee in sea and waters, man's Viewer lit thee in 392 10, 45, 5 | Strength, a King amid the waters, in forefront of the Dawns 393 10, 46, 1 | is seated in the lap of waters.~ 394 10, 46, 9 | and Earth engendered, the Waters. Tvastar, and with might, 395 10, 49, 2 | People of the heavens, the waters, and the earth have stablished 396 10, 50, 2 | warring with Vrtra, or for waters, or for spoil.~ 397 10, 50, 3 | to valour, in the war for waters on their fields?~ 398 10, 51, 1 | wherein thou enteredst the waters.~One Deity alone, O Jatavedas 399 10, 51, 3 | hidden in the plants and waters.~Then Yama marked thee, 400 10, 51, 8 | plants, the fatness of the waters, and let there be long life, 401 10, 58, 7 | went far away, went to the waters and the plants,~We cause 402 10, 61, 11| the Sage speeds o'er the waters.~He hath stirred up Kaksivan, 403 10, 61, 21| homage:-Of noble race, with Waters, God-attended~May he enrich 404 10, 63, 2 | sacrifice.~Ye who were born from waters, and from Aditi, and from 405 10, 63, 10| heavenly Ship that lets no waters in, free from defect, will 406 10, 63, 15| desert tracts, blessing in waters and in battle, for the light;~ 407 10, 65, 6 | heaven and then brought waters with their might, got sacrifice 408 10, 65, 8 | who are on the earth, in waters, and in heaven.~ 409 10, 65, 10| forest trees, the earth, the waters, and the hills.~These very 410 10, 65, 12| bearer, Sindhu, and the waters of the sea:~Hear all the 411 10, 66, 8 | from falsehood, poured the waters out when Vrtra died.~ 412 10, 66, 9 | the heavens and earth, the waters, and the plants and trees.~ 413 10, 66, 10| the thundering Bull,~The waters and the plants, promote 414 10, 67, 5 | three from him who held the waters.~Brhaspati discovered, while 415 10, 73, 9 | quoit that lies in depth of waters.~Thou from the udder which 416 10, 75, 1 | 1. THE singer, O ye Waters in Vivasvan's place, shall 417 10, 77, 4 | nigh, as in the depth of waters, the earth is loosened, 418 10, 78, 5 | bounteous charioteers,~Like waters speeding on with their precipitous 419 10, 80, 3 | praised lim, and from the waters burnt away jarutha.~Agni 420 10, 82, 5 | germ primeval which the waters received where all the Gods 421 10, 82, 6 | 6 The waters, they received that germ 422 10, 85, 47| Universal Gods, so may the Waters join our hearts.~May Matarisvan, 423 10, 88, 2 | heavens, and plants, and waters gloried in his friendship.~ 424 10, 88, 8 | heavens know, the earth, the waters know him.~ 425 10, 88, 18| number of the Dawns and Waters?~Not jestingly I speak to 426 10, 89, 10| Heaven, Indra is Lord of waters and of mountains.~Indra 427 10, 89, 13| both Worlds approached, the Waters waited on Indra when he 428 10, 91, 6 | this Agni have maternal Waters brought to life.~So in like 429 10, 92, 13| guard the ways we go, the Waters' child and Vayu help us 430 10, 93, 5 | common partakers of our waters, Sun and Moon,~When the 431 10, 95, 10| delicious presents from the waters.~Now from the flood be born 432 10, 98, 5 | ocean of the rain, celestial waters.~ 433 10, 98, 6 | that highest ocean, the waters stood by deities obstructed.~ 434 10, 98, 7 | reached the Gods and won the waters.~ 435 10, 98, 12| on us a mighty flood of waters.~ 436 10, 99 | Vrtra-slaying bolt, and sent us waters.~ 437 10, 104, 2 | which men have washed in waters, and fill thee full, O Lord 438 10, 104, 9 | curse didst free the mighty Waters, and as their only God didst 439 10, 108, 1 | made thy way o'er Rasa's waters.~ 440 10, 108, 2 | made my way o'er Rasa's waters.~ 441 10, 108, 4 | rivers flowing with deep waters bide not. Low will ye be, 442 10, 111, 8 | the first of all these waters, the waters that flowed 443 10, 111, 8 | of all these waters, the waters that flowed forth when Indra 444 10, 111, 8 | foundation? Where now, ye Waters, is your inmost centre?~ 445 10, 113, 6 | his strength, who held the waters back, whom darkness compassed 446 10, 116, 9 | speed it like a boat through waters.~Even thus, the Gods seem 447 10, 121, 7 | 7 What time the mighty waters came, containing the universal 448 10, 121, 9 | forth the great and lucid waters. What God shall we adore 449 10, 123, 1 | an infant there where the waters and the sunlight mingle.~ 450 10, 123, 4 | Gandharva found the immortal waters.~ 451 10, 124, 7 | with no violence let the waters flow.~Like women-folk, the 452 10, 124, 9 | friendship with celestial Waters.~The poets in their thought 453 10, 125, 7 | Father: my home is in the waters, in the ocean.~Thence I 454 10, 137, 6 | 6 The Waters have their healing power, 455 10, 137, 6 | their healing power, the Waters drive disease away.~The 456 10, 137, 6 | drive disease away.~The Waters have a balm for all: let 457 10, 138, 1 | bestowed the Dawns and let the waters flow, and when thou didst 458 10, 139, 4 | 4 Waters from sacrifice came to the 459 10, 142, 7 | 7 This is the waters' reservoir, the great abode 460 10, 143, 6 | bringing weal.~Like fresh full waters to a well, so, Heroes come 461 10, 148, 2 | concealed, close-hidden in the waters.~ 462 10, 149, 2 | knoweth Savitar, O Child of Waters, where ocean, firmly fixt, 463 10, 168, 3 | earliest-born, Friend of fhe waters, where did he spring and 464 10, 169, 1 | vigorous juices.~May they drink waters rich in life and fatness: 465 10, 178, 3 | with his lustre, and the waters -~His strength wins hundreds,


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