aap (jal)

'aap' vaidik sanskrut mein jal ke liye ek shabd hai

aap vaidik sanskrut mein jal ke liye shabd hai. praacheen vaidik sanskrut jab shaastreeya sanskrut mein parivrtit ho gayi to yeh shabd keval bahuvachan roop mein dekha jaane laga, jo 'aapas' hai. isi shabd ka avastaai bhaasha mein sajaateeya roop aapo aur faarasi mein roop aab hai.

anukram

aap aur aab

kyonki faarasi aur sanskrut donon hind-Irani bhaasha-parivaar ki bahne hain isliye isi ka sajaateeya shabd faarasi mein 'aab' ke roop mein milta hai jo hindi mein bahut shabdon mein istemaal hota hai, jaise ki 'Punjab' (arth: paaainch paani/nadiyaaain), 'gulaab' (arth: paani ka gul/fool), 'aabohava' (arth: paani aur hava) tatha 'aabajau' (arth:jau ka paani, yaani biyr).

udaaharan

vedon aur anya hindu dharm se sambandhit granthon mein kai sthaanon par 'aap' shabd ka prayog hota hai. masalan rigved mein 'jal devata' ko 'aapo devata' ya 'aap: devata' bulaaya gaya hai aur 'aapo devata sookt 47' mein kaha gaya hai ki:[1]

vaidik sanskrut hindi anuvaad

aap: pruneet bheshajan varuthan tanve ऽ mam..
jyok ch sooryan drushe.. 21..

he aap (jal), mere shareer mein rakshak aushadhiyon ko sthit karein..
taaki main lambe kaal tak soorya devata ke darshan karta rahooain..

anya shabdon ki utpatti mein

'aap' aur iske 'ap' roop ka prayog sanskrut ke kai anya shabdon ko banaane ke liye bhi hua hai. udaaharan ke liye 'abj' shabd kamal ke fool ke liye aur shankh ke liye bhi, prayog hota hai (ap+j = paani mein janma hua).[2] isi tarah 'apsara' ka arth 'paani (ap) ka jhaag/mool (saar)' se aaya hai kyonki apsaraaeain paani aur jalagrast baadalon se utpann hui samajhi jaati theen.[3]

inhein bhi dekhein

sandarbh

  1. vedon mein jal-sookt, mahesh Kumar mishr 'madhukar', India Water Portal, Accessed: 19 October 2012
  2. abj - shabd ka arth, pustak.org, Accessed: 19 October 2012, ... abj, pun0 [san0 ap√aajan (utpatti)+d] 1. jal se utpann vastu. 2. kamal. 3. shankh. ...
  3. Annales and antiquities of Rajasthan, James Tod, pp. 561, Smith, 1829, ... Apsara, because born from the froth or essence, 'sara', of the waters, 'ap' ...