Dhisana is one of the Hindu goddess of prosperity in Hinduism. She
appears sometimes in the hymns in most of the mandala in Rig Veda one
of the vedas. She had also been mentioned as the goddess of fire, sun,
moon & stars.
Citing from Yajur Veda (PRAPATHAKA IV):
i. 4. 1.
c Ye Dhisanas, that are strong, be strengthened; gather strength, and
give me strength; let me not harm you, harm me not.
i. 6. 12
That to which Dhisana impelled me have I produced; I shall praise
Indra before the decisive day;
i. 3. 13.
Let Agni (kindled) with the kindling-stick hear my appeal, Let the
waters hear, and the divine Dhisanas; Hearken, ye pressing stones, to
the sacrifice of me the wise one, Let the god Savitr hearken to my
Hotrâ literally means offering, as in Agni-hotra which is the sacrificial fire, which means offerings to the Agni.
Bhâratî the full name is given, Hotrâ Bhâratî, i. e. 'the Offering of
hótrâ, oblation, I, 36, 7; II, 2, 8;—Hótrâ Bháratî, I, 142, 92; II, 1,
11:1;—the Hotri's work, worship, IV, 2, 10:1.
Read the following stanza for it's meaning & usage:
- Thou, Agni, O god, art Aditi to the worshipper. Thou, being Hotrâ Bhâratî 1, growest strong by prayer. Thou art Idâ, living a hundred
winters, for (the increase of) ability. Thou, the killer of Vritra, O
Lord of wealth, art Sarasvatî 2.
varūtrī basically means - female protector or guardian goddess as explained here in Sanskrit dictionary
Rig Veda Book 5 Hymn 41
pade-pade me jarimā ni dhāyi varūtrī vā śakrā yā pāyubhiś ca |
HYMN XLI. Viśvedevas
Duly to each one hath my laud been offered. Strong be Varūtrī with her
powers to succour. May the great Mother Rasā here befriend us,
straight-handed, with the princes, striving forward.
HYMN XXXVIII. Savitar.
They who come emulous to our oblation, dispensing bounty, from the
earth and heaven. May they and Ahibudhnya hear our calling: guard us
Varūtrī with the Ekadhenus.