eka eka danta yena prthak prthak nade
aiche nade danta,--yena bhume khasi' pade
eka eka—each and every; danta—tooth; yena—as if; prthak prthak—separately; nade—shakes; aiche—like that; nade—shake; danta—the teeth; yena—as if; bhume—on the ground; khasi'-becoming loose; pade—fall.
All His teeth shook, as if each were separate from the others. Indeed, they seemed about to fall to the ground.

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