Definition of Waterpot. Meaning of Waterpot. Synonyms of Waterpot

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Definition of Waterpot

Waterpot
Waterpot Wa"ter*pot`, n. A vessel for holding or conveying water, or for sprinkling water on cloth, plants, etc.

Meaning of Waterpot from wikipedia

- The transformation of water into wine at the wedding at Cana (also called the marriage at Cana or marriage feast at Cana) is the first miracle attributed...
- bow-arrow, khadak(sword), Kamala(lotus flower), Ghanta(bell) and kamandal(waterpot), while one of her hands remains in blessing posture or abhayamudra(Fear...
- Gopala Bhatta bathed in the famous Kali-Gandaki River. Upon dipping his waterpot in the river, he was surprised to see several Shaligrama shilas enter his...
- them are armed by a trident, mace, bow, arrow, lotus, sword, bell and a waterpot, while one other hand blesses her devotees. She is seated upon a fierce...
- December and January one may not be surprised to notice ice in small waterpots or frozen water dews on the little vegetation. Yet one may find that summer...
- Gopala Bhatta bathed in the famous Kali-Gandaki River. Upon dipping his waterpot in the river, he was surprised to see several Shaligrama Silas enter his...
- Satakarni period pillars begin with a four-plated pyramid structure, then a waterpot base, followed by an eight-sided shaft, above a reversed pot, then a capital...
- at the well, and the woman sets off in haste to the town, leaving her waterpot behind. She tells people that Jesus knew all about her, and wonders if...
- were given consisting of 1700 cows, 10 elephants, .... 289.....17 silver waterpots..... ..... a rika-sacrifice, dakshina were given 11,000 cows, 1000 horses...
- Oranmiyan (1170-1200) into Benin kingdom; the renowned Queen Idia Pots, waterpots and food bowls (Okebu) used in cooking for Benin army and hosting Udo...