Definition of Bhagavat
: blessed one : lord —used chiefly as an epithet of deities in Hinduism and Buddhism
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Origin and Etymology of bhagavat
Sanskrit, literally, possessing good fortune, from bhaga good fortune; akin to Sanskrit bhajati he grants, allots
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