Origin of Veda
OTHER WORDS FROM VedaVe·da·ic [vi-dey-ik], /vɪˈdeɪ ɪk/, adjectiveVe·da·ism [vey-duh-iz-uhm, vee-], /ˈveɪ dəˌɪz əm, ˈvi-/, noun
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How to use Veda in a sentence
When Veda kills Mildred's husband in a jealous rage, she pleads with her mother to take the rap.
Veda is the villain of the film, but Mildred isn't let off the hook, either.
"It's really your fault," Veda wails, and Mildred recognizes the kernel of truth in her accusation.
Last comes Atharva-Veda, not always regarded as a Veda properly speaking.
The same ideas precisely are found in the ninetieth hymn of the tenth book of the Rig-Veda.
Myth, even in Homer or the Rig-Veda, perpetually falls back on the old stock of absurd and immoral divine adventures.
One of the four Vedas, namely, the Sama-Veda, entirely consists of hymns.From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan|Helena Pretrovna Blavatsky
The term Veda is derived from the Sanscrit root vid, which signifies to know.Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore|Charles Hardwick