[ uhg-nee; English ag-nee ]
/ ˈʌg ni; English ˈæg ni /
Hindu Mythology. the god of fire, one of the three chief divinities of the Vedas.
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Origin of Agni
<Sanskrit: fire, the fire-god; akin to Latin ignis,Russian ogón' fire
Words nearby Agni
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How to use Agni in a sentence
O Agni, on to the strong host of the Maruts, bedecked with golden chains and ornaments.
The men who have brought worship to Agni, are renowned as successful by wealth and by powerful offspring.
May we be of those who have worshipped Agni with the gift of offerings, who cause him to thrive and kindle him.
Thou art called forth to this fair sacrifice for a draught of milk; with the Maruts come hither, O Agni!
British Dictionary definitions for Agni
Hinduism the god of fire, one of the three chief deities of the Vedas
Word Origin for Agni
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