Sanskrit Declension of masculine noun देव

It’s always easy to understand the general trend of Sanskrit declensions of nouns based on their ending, which usually depicts whether it’s a masculine, feminine or a have a neuter gender. Once you understand that, you can quickly deduce the declensions on your own given that you know the flow for a particular ending.

Here, we provide the declensions according to various cases for the noun देव

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I (Subject)देवः (Devaḥ)देवौ (Devau)देवाः (Devāḥ)
II (To, Object)देवम् (Devam)देवौ (Devau)देवान् (Devān)
III (With, By)देवेण (Deveṇa)देवाभ्याम् (Devābhyām)देवैः (Devaiḥ)
IV (For)देवाय (Devāya)देवाभ्याम् (Devābhyām)देवेभ्यः (Devebhyaḥ)
V (From, Than)देवात् (Devāt)देवाभ्याम् (Devābhyām)देवेभ्यः (Devebhyaḥ)
VI (Of)देवस्य (Devasya)देवयोः (Devayoḥ)देवानाम् (Devānām)
VII (In, On)देवे (Deve)देवयोः (Devayoḥ)देवेषु (Deveṣu)
Vocativeहे देव (He Deva)हे देवौ (He Devau)हे देवाः (Devāḥ)

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