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154 oblations
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153 floods
151 worshipper
150 bay
149 rivers

Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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floods

    Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 32, 11| opened the cave wherein the floods had been imprisoned.~ 2 1, 52, 8 | hadst smitten Vrtra, causing floods to flow for man,~Thou heldst 3 1, 55, 6 | bids, exceeding wise, the floods flow for his worshipper.~ 4 1, 56, 4 | Vrtra dead and broughtest floods of rain.~ 5 1, 57, 1 | offerer's libations like floods to the depth,~When the well-loved 6 1, 57, 5 | sent down the obstructed floods that they may flow: thou 7 1, 61, 10| up of waters.~He let the floods go free, like cows imprisoned, 8 1, 61, 12| with bolt oblique, that floods of rain may follow.~ 9 1, 65, 4 | a brother to his sister floods, he cats the woods as a 10 1, 65, 5 | Like a swan sitting in the floods he pants wisest in mind 11 1, 66, 5 | drives the flames below as floods their swell: the rays rise 12 1, 72, 8 | the Law, the seven strong floods from heaven, full of good 13 1, 80, 2 | struck down Vrtra from the floods, lauding thine own imperial 14 1, 80, 8 | Far over ninety spacious floods thy thunderbolts were cast 15 1, 80, 10| Vrtra and let loose the floods, lauding his own imperial 16 1, 95, 10| inundates the earth with floods that glisten.~All ancient 17 1, 105, 11| would cross the restless floods. Mark this my woe, ye Earth 18 1, 105, 12| Gods.~The flowing of the floods is Law, Truth is the Sun' 19 1, 122, 4 | ye the Offspring of the Floods before you; both Mothers 20 1, 130, 5 | effort hast let loose the floods to run their free course 21 1, 143, 3 | sleepless, ageless, like the floods.~ 22 1, 168, 2 | countess undulations of the floods, worthy of praise when near, 23 1, 169, 3 | the viands hold him as floods hold an island.~ 24 1, 173, 8 | pleasant, when thy divine Floods come to cheer these people.~ 25 1, 174, 2 | stirredst, Blameless! billowy floods, and gavest his foe a prey 26 1, 174, 4 | earthly station.~To loose the floods, to seek, for kine, the 27 2, 11, 2 | 2 Floods great and many, compassed 28 2, 11, 5 | checked heaven and stayed the floods from flowing.~ 29 2, 12, 12| set free the Seven great Floods to flow at pleasure;~Who, 30 2, 13, 1 | therefrom it entered rapidly the floods wherein it grows.~Thence 31 2, 13, 12| heldest still the flowing floods, the river-stream for Vayya 32 2, 21, 1 | horses, Lord of kine,of floods, to Indra, to the Holy bring 33 2, 22, 3 | s own power, freeing the floods.~All that is godless may 34 2, 25, 4 | 4 For him the floods of heaven flow never failing 35 2, 31, 6 | shall joy in us, and ihe Floods' swift Child in our worship 36 2, 35, 1 | speech I utter: may the Floods' Child accept my songs with 37 2, 35, 3 | 3 Some floods unite themselves and others 38 2, 35, 3 | On every side the bright Floods have encompassed the bright 39 3, 1, 4 | Blessed One, the Seven strong Floods augmented, him white at 40 3, 1, 12| dawnlights, most manly, Child of Floods, is youthful Agni.~ 41 3, 1, 13| form, the lovely Infant of floods and plants the blessed wood 42 3, 3, 5 | Vaisvanara dweller in the floods, who finds the light,~Pervading, 43 3, 9, 4 | Ones, observant, found in floods, couched like a lion in 44 3, 13, 4 | in the heavens or in the floods he shall pour wealth upon 45 3, 22, 4 | that have their home in floods,~Guileless accept our sacrifice, 46 3, 25, 5 | 5 In the floods' home art thou enkindled, 47 3, 26, 4 | spotted deer.~Pourers of floods, the Maruts, Masters of 48 3, 30, 9 | thee sent onward let the floods flow hither.~ 49 3, 31, 6 | plundered thoroughly.~In the floods' van she led them forth, 50 3, 32, 5 | the Swift Ones stirrest floods and waters.~ 51 3, 33, 9 | stay, Rivers, with your floods below our axles.~ 52 3, 36, 6 | 6 As floods according to their stream 53 3, 45, 2 | strongholds and drave the floods,~Indra who mounts his chariot 54 4, 16, 7 | 7 He smote away the floods' obstructer, Vrtra; Earth, 55 4, 17, 1 | slaughtered Vrtra didst free the floods arrested by the Dragon.~ 56 4, 18, 6 | them to. tell thee what the floods are saying, what girdling 57 4, 18, 7 | words of welcome? Will the floods take on them the shame of 58 4, 19, 6 | rushing river and make the floods easy to cross, O Indra.~ 59 4, 21, 8 | mountains, and quickens with his floods the water-torrents,~He finds 60 4, 22, 4 | heaven trembled, earth, many floods and all the precipices.~ 61 4, 34, 8 | One; in full accord with floods that pour forth riches.~ 62 4, 42, 7 | Vrtras. Thou madest flow the floods that were obstructed.~ 63 4, 58, 11| o'er the surfaceof the floods.~ ~ 64 5, 8, 2 | protector, drier of the floods.~ 65 5, 14, 4 | He found the Kine, the Floods, the Sun.~ 66 5, 30, 5 | Indra: he conquered all the floods which served the Dasa.~ 67 5, 32, 1 | fountains, and gavest rest to floods that were obstructed.~Thou, 68 5, 44, 6 | effectual splendour in the floods have made~Earth yield us 69 5, 45, 10| ship through water: the floods obedient have descended 70 5, 45, 11| 11 I lay upon the Floods your hymn, lightwinning, 71 5, 54, 8 | inundate the earth with floods of pleasant meath.~ 72 5, 59, 5 | 1grown manly youths; with floods of rain they make the Sun' 73 5, 62, 2 | your special greatness: floods that stood there they with 74 5, 68, 5 | rainy skies and streaming floods, Lords of the strength that 75 5, 69, 2 | refreshment; Mitra, your floods pour water full of sweetness.~ 76 6, 8, 4 | him in the bosom of the floods: the people waited on the 77 6, 17, 12| rushing wave of waters, the floods' great swell encompassed 78 6, 30, 3 | when, Indra, for their floods thou clavest passage.~Like 79 6, 30, 5 | Indra, thou breakest up the floods and portals on all sides, 80 6, 47, 27| straps, the vigour of the floods.~ 81 6, 48, 5 | 5 He whom floods, stones, and trees support, 82 6, 49, 14| Parvata, Savitar, with Floods and Lightnings;~Sweet, with 83 6, 60, 11| finds an easy way~Over the floods to happiness.~ 84 6, 66, 11| that celestial army: like floods and mountains have the Strong 85 7, 18, 5 | 5 What though the floods spread widely, Indra made 86 7, 34, 11| kings, the glory of the floods, o'er all that liveth hath 87 7, 34, 16| sing the Dragon born of floods: he sits beneath the streams 88 7, 36, 6 | roaring - Sarasvati, Mother of Floods, the seventh -~With copious 89 7, 47, 2 | 2 May the Floods' Offspring, he whose course 90 7, 82, 3 | pierced the fountains of the floods: the Sun have ye brought 91 7, 87, 1 | Surya, and led the watery floods of rivers onward.~The Mares, 92 7, 90, 4 | disclosed the stall of cattle: floods streamed for them as in 93 7, 103, 2 | lying in the pool's bed, the floods of heaven descended,~The 94 8, 9, 5 | Whatever ye have done in floods, in the tree, Wonder-Workers, 95 8, 12, 3 | Sindhu and all the mighty floods~To go the way ordained by 96 8, 12, 26| When Vrtra, stayer of the floods, thou si"est, Thundeicr 97 8, 15, 2 | And hills and plains and floods and light with manly power.~ 98 8, 16, 2 | glory-giving songs.~Like the floods' longing for the sea.~ 99 8, 19, 4 | of Mitra, Varuna, and the Floods.~ 100 8, 19, 14| though he overpassed the floods.~ 101 8, 25, 14| And may the Sindhu of the floods, the Maruts, and the ASvin 102 8, 31, 10| claim protection of the Floods,~Of him who stands by Visnu' 103 8, 32, 2 | Ahisuva, and loosed the floods.~ 104 8, 35, 3 | with the Maruts, Bhrgus, Floods;~Accordant, of one mind 105 8, 36, 1 | of Heroes, winner of the floods.~ 106 8, 43, 9 | Agni, thine home is in the floods: into the plants thou forcest 107 8, 43, 28| in the heavens or born in floods,~As such we call on thee 108 8, 58, 11| have his home, to whom the floods have sung aloud as motherkine 109 8, 85, 1 | spake to Indra.~For him the Floods stood still, the Seven Mothers, 110 8, 85, 18| rivers flowing, and win the floods that were enthralled by 111 8, 86, 15| woe, Thunderer! as over floods.~When, Indra, wilt thou 112 8, 87, 7 | forth to thee,~Coming like floods that follow floods.~ 113 8, 87, 7 | like floods that follow floods.~ 114 8, 89, 9 | continuous onward flow the floods their tribute bring to it.~ 115 9, 2, 4 | mighty waters, yea, the floods accompany thee Mighty One,~ 116 9, 2, 5 | lake is brightened in the floods. Soma, our Friend, heaven' 117 9, 20, 6 | Soma, like a courser in the floods invincible, made clean~With 118 9, 24, 2 | hath run to meet them like floods rushing down a precipice:~ 119 9, 42, 1 | ENGENDERING the Sun in floods, engendering heaven's lights, 120 9, 61, 22| Compassed and stayed the mighty floods.~ 121 9, 68, 4 | Parents, strengthening the floods, the Sage makes his place 122 9, 70, 2 | himself in the most lucid floods, when through their glory 123 9, 71, 8 | afar.~The Winner of the Floods, with food he seeks the 124 9, 73, 3 | to hold him in sustaining floods.~ 125 9, 74, 3 | Steer of the kine, Leader of floods, who helps us hence, who 126 9, 86, 36| holy song,~Gandharva of the floods, divine, beholding men, 127 9, 86, 45| 45 Dweller in floods, King, foremost, he displays 128 9, 96, 3 | drink, O Soma.~Making the floods, bedewing earth and heaven, 129 9, 99, 7 | He penetrates the mighty floods collecting all he knows 130 9, 109, 22| Strong, flowing to the floods, and mingling -there.~ 131 10, 9, 5 | 5 1 beg the Floods to give us balm, these Queens 132 10, 10, 4 | impurely?~Gandharva in the floods, the Dame of Waters-such 133 10, 17, 10| 10 The Mother Floods shall make us bright and 134 10, 30, 4 | He who shines bright in floods, unfed with fuel, whom sages 135 10, 36, 1 | Maruts, Mountains, and the Floods, Adityas, Heaven and Earth, 136 10, 39, 4 | the son of Tugra from the floods. At our libations must all 137 10, 43, 8 | he who hath made these floods the dames of worthy lords.~ 138 10, 46, 2 | found him lurking where the floods are gathered.~ 139 10, 49, 9 | great wisdom, spread the floods abroad: by war I found for 140 10, 61, 2 | Turvayana poured oblations like floods of widely fertilizing water.~ 141 10, 64, 8 | Rivers, yea, the mighty floods, the forest trees, the mountains, 142 10, 64, 9 | Sarayu with waves.~Ye Goddess Floods, ye Mothers, animating all, 143 10, 75, 2 | and Leader of these moving floods.~ 144 10, 75, 3 | with a flash of light.~Like floods of rain that fall- in thunder 145 10, 78, 5 | on with their precipitous floods, like omniform Angirases 146 10, 89, 1 | man's Upholder, surpassing floods and rivers in his greatness.~ 147 10, 92, 5 | ever-roaming Rudra, speed the floods: over Aramati the Mighty 148 10, 104, 8 | foundest, Indra, seven lovely floods, divine, untroubled,~Wherewith 149 10, 109, 1 | Bliss-bestower.~And heavenly Floods, first-born by holy Order, 150 10, 121, 8 | in his might surveyed the floods containing productive force 151 10, 124, 7 | flow.~Like women-folk, the floods that bring prosperity have 152 10, 124, 9 | him Swan, the abhorrent floods' Companion, moving in friendship 153 10, 139, 6 | 6 In the floods' track he found the bootyseeker:


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