Ananyapurva, Ananyapūrva, Ananya-purva: 3 definitions
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Sanskrit-English dictionarySource: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
Ananyapūrva (अनन्यपूर्व).—[nānyā pūrvā yasya] having no other wife; वरस्यानन्यपूर्वस्य विशोकामकरोद्गुणैः (varasyānanyapūrvasya viśokāmakarodguṇaiḥ) Ku.6.92.
-rvā [न अन्यः पूर्वो यस्याः सा (na anyaḥ pūrvo yasyāḥ sā)] a virgin (who never before belonged to another), a woman having no other husband; मनुप्रभृतिभिर्मान्यैर्भुक्ता यद्यपि राजभिः । तथाप्यनन्यपूर्वेव तस्मिन्नासीद्वसुन्धरा (manuprabhṛtibhirmānyairbhuktā yadyapi rājabhiḥ | tathāpyananyapūrveva tasminnāsīdvasundharā) || R.4.7.
Derivable forms: ananyapūrvaḥ (अनन्यपूर्वः).
Ananyapūrva is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms ananya and pūrva (पूर्व).Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Shabda-Sagara Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Ananyapūrva (अनन्यपूर्व) or Ananyapūrvva.—mfn.
(-rvaḥ-rvā-rvaṃ) Intact, virgin, never in the prior possession of another. f.
(-rvā) A virgin, a girl not previously wedded. E. an neg. anya another, pūrva prior; also with kan added ananyapūrvaka.Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Ananyapūrvā (अनन्यपूर्वा):—[=an-anya-pūrvā] [from an-anya] f. a female who never belonged to another, a virgin, [Raghuvaṃśa]
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