Varuna

noun
Var·​u·​na | \ˈver-ə-nə, ˈva-rə-\

Definition of Varuna 

: a chief Vedic god responsible for natural and moral order in the cosmos

First Known Use of Varuna

1828, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Varuna

borrowed from Sanskrit Varuṇa

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The first known use of Varuna was in 1828

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