Mitra


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Mit·ra

 (mĭt′rə)
n.
The Hindu god of friendship and alliances, usually invoked together with Varuna as an upholder of order, punisher of falsehood, supporter of heaven and earth, and bringer of rain.

[Sanskrit Mitraḥ, from mitraḥ, friend; see mei- in Indo-European roots.]
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