The word Ahalya can be divided into two parts: a (negation) and halya, which Sanskrit dictionaries define as being related to the plough, ploughing, or deformity.
According to Ramayana, the god Brahma explains the meaning of the Sanskrit word Ahalya as "one without the reprehension of ugliness", or "one with an impeccable beauty".
Some Sanskrit dictionaries translate Ahalya as "unploughed,"
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