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ཕུར་བུ། (Wyl. phur bu ) n. Pron.: purbu

  • Jupiter [Astrology] [Nine Planets]
  • Skt. कीलकम्, kīlaka, Pron.: kilaka. From Sanskrit: a pin, bolt, wedge | a splint (for confining a broken bone) | a kind of tumour (having the form of a pin) | a kind of pillar for cows to rub themselves against, or one to which they are tied | N. of the forty-second year of the sixty years' cycle of Jupiter | N. of certain Ketus [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW
  • Skt. कीलः, kīla, Pron.: kila. From Sanskrit: a sharp piece of wood, stake, pin, peg, bolt, wedge | a post, post in a cow-house to which cows are fastened, pillar | a gnomon | handle, brace | the elbow | a kind of tumour (having the form of a stake) | a position of the foetus impeding delivery | N. of the inner syllables of a Mantra | N. of Vīta-rāga Mahe7śa | on | a weapon | flame, lambent flame | a minute particle | a blow with the elbow [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW
  • Skt. बृहस्पतिः, bṛhaspati, Pron.: brihaspati. From Sanskrit: also written | fr. 3. | 'lord of prayer or devotion' N. of a deity (in whom Piety and Religion are personified | he is the chief offerer of prayers and sacrifices, and therefore represented as the type of the priestly order, and the Purohita of the gods with whom he intercedes for men | in later times he is the god of wisdom and eloquence, to whom various works are ascribed | he is also regarded as son of Añgiras, husband of Tārā and father of Kaca, and sometimes identified with Vyāsa | in astronomy he is the regent of Jupiter and often identified with that planet | N. of a prince (great-grandson of Aśoka) | of a king of Kaśmīra | of the author of a law-book | of a philosopher | of other authors (also with | and | above | with | above | N. of the author of [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW