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milchcow 2
milchkine 1
mild 2
milk 269
milk-anointed 1
milk-blent 2
milk-draught 1
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276 high
272 horses
270 well
269 milk
268 ever
268 win
268 wise

Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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milk

    Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 23, 1 | juices have been mixt with milk:~Drink, Vayu, the presented 2 1, 23, 16| their sweetness with the milk.~ 3 1, 23, 23| we come:~O Agni, rich in milk, come thou, and with thy 4 1, 62, 9 | ruddy, storest the ripe milk glossy white in colour.~ 5 1, 64, 5 | fill the earth full with milk.~ 6 1, 64, 6 | with the fatness dropping milk fill full the waters which 7 1, 64, 6 | that it may rain: they milk the thundering, the never-failing 8 1, 66, 1 | bird, a cow who yields her milk, pure and refulgent to the 9 1, 79, 3 | comes streaming with the milk of worship, conducting by 10 1, 84, 11| mingle the Soma with their milk.~The milch-kine dear to 11 1, 95, 8 | decking him in his home with milk and waters.~The Sage adorns 12 1, 104, 3 | Both wives of Kuyava in milk have bathed them: may they 13 1, 104, 4 | Virapatni, delighting him, bear milk upon their waters.~ 14 1, 112, 3 | made the barren cow give milk.~ 15 1, 112, 18| to liberate the flood of milk;~Wherewith ye helped the 16 1, 116, 22| made the barren cow yield milk, Nasatyas.~ 17 1, 117, 20| Wonder-Workers, filled with milk for Sayu the milkless cow, 18 1, 118, 8 | caused his cow to swell with milk, O Asvins.~The quail from 19 1, 119, 6 | of Sayu stream refreshing milk, and Vandana was holpen 20 1, 121, 5 | 5 Thine is that milk which thy swift-moving Parents 21 1, 121, 5 | unto thee they offered, the milk shed from the cow who streameth 22 1, 121, 8 | yellow, strengthened with milk, fermenting, to exalt thee.~ 23 1, 134, 2 | heavens, strong, blent with milk and seeking heaven;~That 24 1, 134, 4 | rich treasures forth as milk.~The Marut host hast thou 25 1, 134, 6 | yield the butter and the milk.~ 26 1, 135, 8 | At once the cows yield milk, the barleymeal is dressed. 27 1, 137, 1 | gladdening drops are blent with milk, these Soma-drops which 28 1, 137, 1 | bright Soma juices blent with milk.~ 29 1, 137, 3 | radiant-coloured cow, they milk with stones the stalk for 30 1, 137, 3 | for you, with stones they milk the Soma-plant.~May ye come 31 1, 151, 8 | With sacrifices and with milk they deck you first, ye 32 1, 153, 4 | us. Enjoy, drink of the milk the cow provideth.~ 33 1, 160, 3 | Thereto for his bright milk he milked through all the 34 1, 164, 7 | from his head the Cows draw milk, and, wearing his vesture, 35 1, 164, 27| May this cow yield her milk for both the Asvins, and 36 1, 164, 28| udder, and suckles him with milk while gently lowing.~ 37 1, 166, 3 | bedew the regions round with milk abundantly.~ 38 1, 180, 3 | in the raw cow the first milk of the milch-cow,~Which 39 1, 181, 8 | honouring men as 'twere with milk's outpouring.~ 40 1, 186, 4 | Morning, like a cow good to milk, with hope to conquer,~Preparing 41 1, 186, 4 | day the praise. song with milk of various hues within this 42 2, 3, 6 | aforetime,~Yielders of rich milk, interweave in concert the 43 2, 13, 1 | streaming with milky juice: the milk of the plant's stalk is 44 2, 13, 2 | trooping together bearing milk to him, and bring him sustenance 45 2, 14, 10| the cow's udder teems with milk, Adhvaryus, so fill with 46 2, 32, 3 | Cow teeming with plenteous milk, full, inexhaustible.~O 47 2, 34, 5 | whose udders swell with milk, idth glittering lances 48 2, 34, 12| glowing like a billowy sea of milk.~ 49 2, 35, 5 | hollows, and drinks their milk who now are first made mothers.~ 50 2, 36, 1 | 1. WATER and milk hath he endued, sent forth 51 2, 40, 2 | India generates ripe warm milk in the raw milch-cows.~ 52 2, 41, 3 | bright juice when blent with milk.~ 53 3, 1, 14| the boundless stall they milk out Amrta.~ 54 3, 15, 6 | and Heaven who yield their milk in plenty,~Shining, O God, 55 3, 30, 14| her bosom: bearing ripe milk the Cow, unripe, advances.~ 56 3, 31, 10| 10 Drawing the milk of ancient seed prolific, 57 3, 32, 2 | pure, meal-blent, mixt with milk, O Indra; we have poured 58 3, 42, 1 | Sorna, Indra, bleat with milk:~Come, favouring us, thy 59 3, 42, 7 | Mingled with barley and with milk.~ 60 3, 48, 2 | it, drankest the plant's milk which the mountains nourish.~ 61 3, 48, 2 | mountains nourish.~That milk thy Mother first, the Dame 62 3, 50, 3 | 3 With milk they made Indra their good 63 3, 55, 13| This Ila streameth with the milk of Order. Great is the Gods' 64 3, 58, 4 | juices, sweet, blent with milk at the first break of morning.~ 65 4, 3, 9 | she is black of hue with milk she teemeth, nutritious, 66 4, 5, 8 | further? They indicate the milk stored up in secret~When 67 4, 23, 6 | tell it?~The streams of milk move, as most wondrous sunlight, 68 4, 23, 10| Milch-kine supreme, to Law their milk they render.~ 69 4, 24, 9 | Simple and clever, both milk out the udder.~ 70 4, 27, 5 | beaker, white, filled with milk, filled with the shining 71 4, 41, 5 | who love the milch-Cow.~Milk may it yield us as, gone 72 4, 41, 8 | glory have they gone, as milk to Soma, to Indra-Varuna 73 4, 57, 2 | 2 As the cow yieldeth milk, pour for us freely, Lord 74 4, 57, 5 | this laud, and with the milk which ye have made in heaven~ 75 4, 57, 7 | aright.~May she, as rich in milk, be drained for us through 76 4, 57, 8 | the oxen.~With meath and milk Parjanya make us happy. 77 5, 1, 3 | attendants, with the pure milk pure Agni is anointed.~The 78 5, 3, 2 | kind friend with streams of milk they balm thee what time 79 5, 19, 4 | as 'twere, the longed-for milk, the dear milk of the Sister-Pair.~ 80 5, 19, 4 | longed-for milk, the dear milk of the Sister-Pair.~Like 81 5, 30, 7 | speeding, while joying in the milk, the Giver.~There, seeking 82 5, 37, 4 | the sharp Soma juice with milk commingled.~With heroes 83 5, 44, 13| brought, sweet-flavoured milk was dealt around. Who speaks 84 5, 60, 5 | and Prsni pouring much milk, bring fair days to the 85 5, 63, 5 | Kings, bedew us with the milk of heaven.~ 86 5, 65, 6 | guardians when ye quaff the milk.~ 87 5, 85, 2 | air he hath extended, put milk in kine and vigorous speed 88 5, 85, 4 | When Varuna is fain for milk he moistens the sky, the 89 6, 17, 6 | wonder, hast stored the ripe milk in the raw cows' udders~ 90 6, 23, 7 | Indra, drink Soma and the milk commingled.~Here on the 91 6, 28 | through many morns their milk for Indra.~ 92 6, 39, 1 | send the singer food with milk to grace it.~ 93 6, 45, 7 | hymns, as 'twere a cow to milk, the Friend who merits praise,~ 94 6, 48, 11| her who freely pours her milk;~Loose her who never turns 95 6, 48, 12| shed immortal fame like milk;~Whom the impetuous Maruts 96 6, 48, 13| old~The milch-cow yielding milk for all, and food that gives 97 6, 48, 22| formed -~Once, only Prsni's milk was shed: no second, after 98 6, 61, 14| treasure: refuse us not thy milk, nor spurn us from thee.~ 99 6, 62, 7 | ye filled the cow with milk for Sayu: thus, swift and 100 6, 70, 2 | with full streams, rich in milk, in their pure rule pour 101 6, 72, 4 | milch-kine have set the ripe milk, Indra, thou, and Soma.~ 102 7, 18, 1 | thee are milch-kine good to milk, and horses: best winner 103 7, 18, 4 | his prayers, desiring to milk thee like a cow in goodly 104 7, 21, 1 | is the juice divine with milk commingled: thereto hath 105 7, 36, 6 | the seventh -~With copious milk, with fair streams, strongly 106 7, 68, 8 | made the cow pour forth her milk like water, and, Asvins, 107 7, 68, 9 | the cow nourish him with milk to feed llim. Preserve us 108 7, 74, 3 | the meath.~Draw forth the milk, ye Mighty, rich in genuine 109 7, 95, 2 | she poured for Nahusa her milk and fatness.~ 110 7, 101, 1 | which light precedeth, which milk this udder that produceth 111 8, 1, 17| it with raiment made of milk shall milk it forth from 112 8, 1, 17| raiment made of milk shall milk it forth from out the stems.~ 113 8, 2, 3 | barley, blending it with milk.~Indra, I call thee to our 114 8, 2, 6 | While other men than we with milk chase him as hunters chase 115 8, 2, 9 | blended in the midst with milk~And curd, to cheer the Hero 116 8, 2, 10| They crave admixture of the milk.~ 117 8, 2, 11| 11 O Indra, pour in milk, prepare the cake, and mix 118 8, 2, 14| Foe of the man who adds no milk, he heeds not any chanted 119 8, 2, 42| twain pouring streams of milk, creative, daughters of 120 8, 4, 8 | feast offends him not.~The milk is blended with the honey 121 8, 9, 19| cows from udders pour their milk,~And voices sound the song 122 8, 20, 8 | golden box is balmed with milk.~May they the Well-born, 123 8, 21, 5 | thy meath., mingled with milk, that gladdeneth and exalteth 124 8, 31, 2 | And offers Soma blent with milk.~ 125 8, 31, 4 | flows his libation, rich in milk,~Exhaustless, bringing progeny.~ 126 8, 31, 5 | with constant draught of milk, husband and wife with one 127 8, 32, 25| downward flow,~And set the ripe milk in the kine.~ 128 8, 43, 17| lowing calf that longs for milk.~ 129 8, 58, 3 | dappled kine who stream with milk prepare his draught of Soma 130 8, 58, 6 | kine have yielded mingled milk and meath,~What time he 131 8, 59, 15| a chief brings a goat to milk.~ 132 8, 61, 7 | 7 The seven milk a single cow; the two set 133 8, 66, 10| buffaloes, a brew of rice and milk: and Indra, slew the ravening 134 8, 71, 5 | stones and dressed with milk for thy carouse,~Indra, 135 8, 71, 6 | Thyself with juices blent with milk.~ 136 8, 78, 7 | thou filledst with ripe milk. Thou madest Surya rise 137 8, 78, 7 | to heaven.,~Heat him as milk is heated with pure Sama 138 8, 81, 30| pressed Soma blent with milk.~ 139 8, 82, 13| spotted skin~This white milk hast deposited.~ 140 8, 82, 17| same thought that longs for milk,~Whene'er the Soma juice 141 8, 83, 1 | wealthy Maruts, pours her milk:~Both horses of the cars 142 8, 90, 10| bright Soma mingled with the milk.~ 143 8, 96, 4 | cow who yields abundant milk.~ 144 8, 96, 10| brightly-shining, mingled with the milk, the draughts of Soma have 145 9, 1, 9 | fresh young Soma with their milk.~ 146 9, 2, 4 | wilt clothe thee with the milk.~ 147 9, 6, 6 | steer-strong juice with milk pour forth, for feast and 148 9, 6, 7 | to the God,~So that his milk may strengthen him.~ 149 9, 8, 5 | clothe thee with a robe of milk~To be a gladdening draught 150 9, 8, 6 | clothed him with a robe of milk.~ 151 9, 10, 3 | Somas deck themselves with milk, as Kings are graced with 152 9, 11, 2 | Atharvans have commingled milk,~Divine, devoted to the 153 9, 11, 5 | rapidly,~And pour the sweet milk in the meath.~ 154 9, 12, 7 | never fail yields heavenly milk among our hymns,~Urging 155 9, 14, 3 | hath clothed him in the milk.~ 156 9, 14, 5 | been adorned,~Making the milk, as 'twere, his robe.~ 157 9, 14, 6 | fingers, through desire of milk, in winding course he goes,~ 158 9, 19, 5 | kine who yield the shining milk?~ 159 9, 24, 2 | 2 The milk hath run to meet them like 160 9, 31, 5 | poured imperishable oil and milk.~Aloft on the sublimest 161 9, 32, 3 | like a steed, is bathed in milk.~ 162 9, 33, 4 | owing, cows who give their milk:~The Tawny-hued goes bellowing 163 9, 34, 3 | conducted by the strong:~They milk the liquor out with skill.~ 164 9, 34, 5 | Him do the Sons of Prsni milk, the dwelling-place of sacrifice,~ 165 9, 42, 1 | Robed in the waters and the milk,~ 166 9, 43, 1 | a Steed,~Is decked with milk for rapturous joy.~ 167 9, 45, 3 | balm thee, red of hue, with milk to fit thee for the rapturous 168 9, 46, 4 | with meal,~And cook with milk the gladdening draught.~ 169 9, 50, 5 | flow anointed with the milk for balm,~Indu, for Indra, 170 9, 51, 2 | Indra, Thunder-armed, the milk of heaven,, the Soma's juice,~ 171 9, 54, 1 | bold, have drawn the bright milk from~The Sage who wins a 172 9, 61, 13| well-descended, beautified with milk,~The active crusher of the 173 9, 61, 15| the food that streams with milk~Increase the sea that merits 174 9, 61, 21| Red-hued, be blended with the milk that seems to yield its 175 9, 62, 5 | milch-kine sweeten it with milk.~ 176 9, 62, 9 | sweet, pour butter forth and milk,~O Indu, for the Angirases.~ 177 9, 62, 20| 20 Indu, the living men milk out the juice to make the 178 9, 62, 20| draught:~Gods for the Gods milk out the meath.~ 179 9, 62, 23| Thou flowest to enjoy the milk, and bringest valour, being 180 9, 63, 15| Somas, blent with curdled milk,~Effused for Indra Thunder-armed.~ 181 9, 64, 13| with sheen approach the milk.~ 182 9, 64, 14| folk,~Poured, Tawny One! on milk and curds.~ 183 9, 64, 28| are these Somas blent with milk, with light that flashes 184 9, 65, 15| potent gladdening juice they milk out with the stones, flow 185 9, 65, 26| vital power, when blent~With milk, are beautified in streams.~ 186 9, 66, 6 | command:~The Streams of milk run forth to thee.~ 187 9, 66, 13| thou wilt robe thyself in milk.~ 188 9, 66, 30| may live, with that bright milk~Of thine which hath been 189 9, 67, 32| for him water and butter, milk and meath.~ 190 9, 68, 1 | like cows who yield their milk have flowed forth, rich 191 9, 68, 1 | their voice, assumed the milk, the covering robe wherewith 192 9, 68, 3 | meeting Twins fills full with milk the Eternal Ever-waxing 193 9, 68, 9 | settles in the jars.~With milk and waters is he decked 194 9, 71, 1 | the cloud his diadem, the milk his carpet in both worlds, 195 9, 71, 4 | udder mix their choicest milk.~ 196 9, 71, 8 | to praises glorified with milk.~ 197 9, 72, 1 | jar is mingled with the milk.~He sendeth out his voice, 198 9, 72, 6 | the Everlasting One.~The milk, the hymns unite them with 199 9, 74, 4 | 4 Butter and milk are drawn from animated 200 9, 77, 1 | milch-kine, lowing, with their milk.~ 201 9, 80, 4 | the ten swift fingers, milk thee out for Gods, even 202 9, 84, 3 | 3 He who is poured with milk, he who within the plants 203 9, 84, 5 | 5 The kine with milk dress him who makes the 204 9, 84, 5 | dress him who makes the milk increase, Soma, amid the 205 9, 85, 4 | beaker thou art balmed with milk: thou passest through the 206 9, 85, 8 | with a roar: they drain the milk of heaven from him who looks 207 9, 86, 2 | who seek their calf with milk.~ 208 9, 86, 4 | O Pavamana, poured with milk into the vat.~The Rsis have 209 9, 86, 17| near to meet him with their milk.~ 210 9, 86, 27| Golden-hued~Him, clad in robes of milk, swift fingers beautify 211 9, 86, 37| they pour forth for thee milk and oil rich in sweets: 212 9, 86, 40| desires: the Steer enrobed in milk plunges into the streams.~ 213 9, 86, 47| Indu, thou art. balmed with milk within the bowl, thou sinkest 214 9, 91, 3 | juice runs to the white milk of the milch-cow.~Through 215 9, 93, 2 | youth to damsel, so with milk he hastens on to the. chose 216 9, 93, 3 | the Head and Chief with milk within the vessels.~ 217 9, 95, 1 | by the men he takes the milk for raiment: then shall 218 9, 96, 14| the beaker, and blent with milk prolongest our existence.~ 219 9, 96, 15| strong charger,~Like fresh milk poured by Aditi, like passage 220 9, 96, 22| hath entered, balmed with milk, the goblets.~Singing his 221 9, 96, 24| full stream and abundant milk, O Soma, thy beams come, 222 9, 97, 10| 10 Strong Indu, bathed in milk, flows on for Indra, Soma 223 9, 97, 14| 14 Swelling with milk, abounding in sweet flavours, 224 9, 97, 43| and sickness,~Blending thy milk with milk which cows afford 225 9, 97, 43| Blending thy milk with milk which cows afford us. We 226 9, 97, 45| dwelling: Indu hath flowed with milk and with the waters.~ 227 9, 101, 12| song, purified, blent with milk and curd,~When moving and 228 9, 103, 2 | 2 Blended with milk and curds he flows on through 229 9, 104, 4 | thou wearest with a robe of milk.~ 230 9, 105, 4 | will spread forth above the milk thy radiant hue.~ 231 9, 107, 1 | thee still with juice and milk.~ 232 9, 107, 17| One hath clad himself with milk and settled in the vats.~ 233 9, 107, 21| Soma Pavamana, balmed with milk unto the special place of 234 9, 109, 15| by the men and blent with milk and curds.~ 235 9, 109, 17| by the waters, blent with milk.~ 236 9, 110, 3 | with plenty vivified with milk.~ 237 9, 110, 8 | the sky the old primeval milk of heaven that claims the 238 10, 1, 3 | in his mouth their sweet milk, to him with one accord 239 10, 9, 9 | we come:~O Agni, rich in milk, come thou, and with thy 240 10, 11, 1 | yielded for the Bull the milk of heaven: the Son of Aditi 241 10, 17, 14| plants of earth are rich in milk, and rich in milk is this 242 10, 17, 14| rich in milk, and rich in milk is this my speech;~And rich 243 10, 17, 14| this my speech;~And rich in milk the essence of the Waters: 244 10, 19, 7 | on every side butter and milk and strengthening food.~ 245 10, 30, 13| hither, carrying with them milk and mcath and butter,~Bearing 246 10, 38, 2 | in food, streaming with milk, O Indra, meet to be renowned.~ 247 10, 39, 13| who made the cow stream milk for Sayu's sake,~Ye who 248 10, 49, 10| within these cows the white milk which no God, not even Tvastar' 249 10, 49, 10| savoury sweets of meath, the milk and Soma juice.~ 250 10, 60, 11| the milch-cow pours her milk: so downward go thy pain 251 10, 61, 5 | s keeper, meedless would milk the rocks that naught had 252 10, 61, 6 | genuine seed and bounty.~Milk which the cow Sabardugha 253 10, 61, 12| kinsman, sacrificer, shall milk the cow who ne'er hath calved, 254 10, 63, 3 | Infinite, firm as a rock, sweet milk,-Gods active, strong through 255 10, 64, 12| swell like a milchcow with milk. Will ye not bear away my 256 10, 65, 5 | 6 The cow who yielding milk goes her appointed way hither 257 10, 73, 9 | fastened hast poured the milk into the kine and herbage.~ 258 10, 74, 4 | stall of cattle,~Fain to milk her who bare but once, great, 259 10, 75, 4 | like milch kine with their milk, so, Sindhu, unto thee the 260 10, 87, 16| Who steals the milch-cow's milk away, O Agni,-tear off the 261 10, 87, 17| 17 The cow gives milk each year, O Man-regarder: 262 10, 100, 2 | approached the draught of shining milk. We ask for freedom and 263 10, 101, 9 | for sacrifice.~May it pour milk for us, even as a stately 264 10, 114, 1 | Matarisvan.~Craving the milk of heaven the Gods are present: 265 10, 115, 1 | nigh to drink his Mothers' milk.~As soon as she who hath 266 10, 116, 4 | With juices pressed in milk, with meath presented, glut 267 10, 133, 7 | a thousand streams, give milk to feed us.~ 268 10, 149, 4 | to their village, as fond milk giving cows approach their 269 10, 169, 3 | with their full streams of milk and plenteous offspring.~


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