Mitra

[Vedic] This article is about the Vedic deity `Mitra`. For other divinities with related names, see the general article Mitra. Mitra (Sanskrit {IAST|Mitrá}) is an important divinity of Indic culture, and the patron divinity of honesty, friendship, contracts and meetings. He is a figure of the Rigveda, distinguished by a relationship to Var
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Mitra

[crater] This is a heavily eroded formation with an outer rim that has been damaged by subsequent impacts. Attached to the exterior along the southeast is the satellite crater Mitra J. A number of smaller impacts lie along the rim edge, and very little of the original rim remains intact. Within the interior, a smaller crater occupies the s
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Mitra

[n] - god of justice
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Mitra

noun Hindu god of friendship and alliances; usually invoked together with Varuna as a supporter of heaven and earth
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Mitra

in the pantheon of Vedic Hinduism, one of the gods in the category of dityas, or sovereign principles of the universe. He represents friendship, ... [4 related articles]
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Mitra

Mitra is a Persian girl name. The meaning of the name is `Heavenly Messenger` The name Mitra doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Mitra seems to be unique!
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Mitra

*Mitra (Proto-Indo-Iranian, nominative *Mitras) was an important Indo-Iranian divinity. Following the prehistoric cultural split of Indo-Aryan and Iranian cultures, names descended from *mitra were used for the following religious entities: ==Etymology== Both Vedic Mitra and Avestan Mithra derive from an Indo-Iranian common noun *mitra-, generally
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Mitra

[gastropod] Mitra is a large genus of medium to large predatory sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Mitridae, the miter shells or miter snails. This genus is named after the ecclesiastical headgear, the miter, because of the shells` general shape. These sea snails create shells that are considered attractive by shell collect
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Mitra

[Conan] Mitra is a fictional deity from the Hyborian Age works of Robert E. Howard. In the Conan the Barbarian series of stories by Howard, Mitra is a popular god among the Hyborian peoples, a personification of good. He is probably loosely based on the Vedic and Zoroastrian figure by the same name, and in the Hyborian universe represents w
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Mitra

[surname] Mitra is an Indian family name and surname found mostly amongst Bengali. Mitra is one of three kulîna kåyasthas (other two are Bose and Ghosh). The name is derived from the word Mitra (means friend or ally). Mitra is the name of an important deity in the Vedas. Mitras belong to the Kayastha caste, a class of Kshatriyas that immi
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mitra

Column hood formed by the sterile stamen and/or filament.
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