The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 1.6
The Yoga of Arjuna’s Crisis
And then there is Yudhāmanyu the strong,
And Uttamaujas the brave,
And the son of Subhadrā and the sons of Draupadi,
All of them mighty chariot-warriors.
yudhāmanyuś ca vikrānta
and Yudhamanyu, mighty,
uttamāujas ca vīryavān
and Uttamaujas, valorous;
sāubhadro drāupadeyās ca
the Son of Subhadra and the Sons of Draupadi
sarva eva mahārathās
of all of whom the chariots are great.
yudhāmanyus (m. nom. sg.), Yudhāmanyu, a warrior ally of the Pāṇḍavas. The name means “fighting with spirit.”
vikrāntas (m. nom. sg. p. pass. participle vi √kram), striding forth, bold, courageous.
uttamāujas (m. nom. sg.), Uttamāujas, a warrior ally of the Pāṇḍavas. The name means “of highest power” or “of supreme valor.”
vīryavān (m. nom. sg.), valorous, full of heroism.
sāubhadras (m. nom. sg.), the son of Subhadrā, i.e. Abhimanyu, the son of Subhadrā (Krishna’s sister) by Arjuna, who abducted her with Krishna’s consent.
drāupadeyās (m. nom. pl.), the Sons of DrāupadI, who was the collective wife of the five Pāṇḍava princes and the daughter of Drupada. There were five sons of Drāupadī: Prativindhya (by Yudhiṣṭhira), Sutasoma (by Bhīma), Srutakīrti (by Arjuna), Satānīca (by Nakula) and Srutakarman (by Sahadeva).
sarva (samdhi for sarve, nom. pl.), all.
eva, indeed (often used as a rhythmic filler).
mahārathās (m. nom. pl.), great warriors, (as BY cpd.), those whose chariots are great