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तुण्ड

   { tuṇḍa }
Script: Devanagari

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Puranic Encyclopaedia  | English  English
A demon. This demon who was one among the army of Rāvaṇa fought against the monkey leader, Nala, in the Rāma-Rāvaṇa battle. [Śloka 9, Chapter 285, Vana Parva] .
TUṆḌA I   A King. The Pāṇḍavas invited this King to take part in the great Mahābhārata battle. [Śloka 21, Chapter 4, Udyoga Parva] .

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हिन्दी (hindi) WN | Hindi  Hindi
See : चोंच, थूथन

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A Sanskrit English Dictionary | Sanskrit  English
तुण्ड  n. n. a beak, snout (of a hog &c.), trunk (of an elephant), [TĀr. x] ; [MBh.] &c.
the mouth (used contemptuously), [Bādar. ii, 2, 28] ; [Śaṃk.]
अयस्   the point (of an arrow &c.) See -, धूस्-
the chief, leader, [Dhūrtan. i, 4]
तुण्ड  m. m.Cucumis utilissimus, [L.]
Beninkasa cerifera, [L.]
शिव, [Hariv. 14882]
N. of a रक्षस्, [MBh. iii, 16372]
तुण्ड   cf.अस्थि-, कङ्क-, काक-, कृष्ण-, वायस-, सूक्ष्म-; कटु- and तिक्त-तुण्डी

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Shabda-Sagara | Sanskrit  English
तुण्ड  m.  (-ण्डः) The mouth, the face.
E. तुडि to tear, (food, &c.) affix अच्, and कन् being added तुण्डक.
ROOTS:
तुडि अच् कन् तुण्डक

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