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eka eka danta yena pṛthak pṛthak naḍe
aiche naḍe danta, — yena bhūme khasi’ paḍe

eka eka — each and every; danta — tooth; yena — as if; pṛthak pṛthak — separately; naḍe — shakes; aiche — like that; naḍe — shake; danta — the teeth; yena — as if; bhūme — on the ground; khasi’ — becoming loose; paḍe — fall.

All His teeth shook, as if each was separate from the others. Indeed, they seemed about to fall to the ground.

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