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na 1

   na the dental nasal (found at the beginning of words and before or after dental consonants as well as between vowels 
   • subject to conversion into ? Pāṇ. 8-4, 1-39). = 1

⋙ nakāra

   ○kāra m. the sound or letter n Gr 
   • (in prosody) a tribrach 
   • -vipulā f. a kind of metre

na 2

   ná ind. not, no, nor, neither RV. (nā, x, 34, 8) &c. &c. (as well in simple negation as in wishing, requesting and commanding, except in prohibition before an Impv. or an augmentless aor. [a. mā] 
   • in successive sentences or clauses either simply repeated, e.g. Mn.iv, 34 
   • or strengthened by another particle, esp. at the second place or further on in the sentence, e.g. by u [cf. nô], utá, api, câpi, vā, vâpi or atha vā RV. i, 170, 1 ; 151, 9 Nal. iii, 24, &c 
   • it may even be replaced by ca, vā, api ca, api vā, &c. alone, as Mn.ī, 98 Nal.i, 14, &c 
   • often joined with other particles, beside those mentioned above esp. with a following tu, tv eva, tv eva tu, cêd, q.v., khalu, q.v., ha [g. câdi and Pāṇ. 8-1, 31] &c 
   • before round or collective numbers and after any numeral in the instr. or abl. it expresses deficiency, e.g. ekayā na viṃśati, not 20 by 1, i.e. 19 ŚBr. 
   • pañcabhir na catvāri śatāni, 395 ib. 
   • with another na or an a priv. it generally forms a strong affirmation [cf. Vām. v, 1, 9], e.g. nêyaṃ na vakṣyati, she will most certainly declare Śak. iii, 9 
   • nâdaṇḍyo'sti, he must certainly be punished Mn. viii, 335 
   • it may also, like a, form compounds Vām. v, 2, 13 [below].) 
   • that not, lest, for fear lest (with Pot.) MBh. R. Daś. &c 
   • like, as, as it were (only in Veda and later artificial language, e.g. gauro na tṛṣitaḥ piba, drink like [lit. 'not', i.e. 'although not being'] a thirsty deer 
   • in this sense it does not coalesce metrically with a following vowel). [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. [523, 1] [n�e-] ; Angl. Sax. ne, 'not' ; Eng. no, &c.] -2

⋙ nakāra

   ○kāra m. the negation na, the word No Naish.

⋙ nakiṃcana

   ○kiṃcana mfn. having nothing, very poor MBh. Pañc. (cf. a-k○)

⋙ nakiṃcid

   ○kiṃcid n. nothing Kathās. 
   • -api-saṃkalpa m. no desire for anything Kāv.

⋙ nakim

   ○kim ind. = na-kīm g. câdi

⋙ nakis

   ○kis (ná-), ind. no one, nobody RV. 
   • = next ib. (g. câdi 
   • cf. Naigh. iii, 12)

⋙ nakīm

   ○kīm (ná-), ind. not, not at all, never ib. (cf. ib.)

⋙ nakutaścid

   ○kutaścid ind. from nowhere, in -bhaya mfn. = a-kṭkutaścid-bh○ BhP.

⋙ naga

   ○ga m. nága

⋙ nacārthavāda

   ○cârtha-vāda (?), m. N. of wk

⋙ naciketa

   ○ciketa (metric.) and m. (√4. cit) N. of a man TBr. KaṭhUp.

⋙ naciketas

   ○ciketas (ná-), m. (√4. cit) N. of a man TBr. KaṭhUp.

⋙ nacira

   ○cira mfn. not long (in time) MBh. 
   • (am), ind. not long, for a short time 
   • (ena, āt, āya), ind. id., shortly, soon 
   • -kālam ind. = ○ram MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ natadvid

   ○tad-vid mfn. not knowing that, Bhp

⋙ natamām

   ○tamā́m (? MaitrS.),

⋙ natarām

   ○tarā́m (cf. ŚBr.), ind. not at all, never. -1

⋙ nadīna

   ○dīna mfn. not small or insignificant Kathās.

⋙ nadūṣita

   ○dūṣita mfn. uncorrupted 
   • -dhī mfn. of uncṭuncorrupted mind, Bhp

⋙ nadṛśya

   ○dṛśya mfn. invisible 
   • -tva n. PadmaP. -nu, nanu. -para, m. pr. n. N. of wk

⋙ naparājit

   ○parājit m. 'not yielding', N. of Śiva MBh. vii, 2877 (cf. Nīlak.)

⋙ napuṃs

   ○puṃs (only ○sā BhP.) and not a man, a eunuch

⋙ napuṃsa

   ○puṃsa (only ○sāya MBh.), not a man, a eunuch

⋙ napuṃsaka

   ○puṃsaka (ná-), mf(ā)n. neither male nor female 
   • a hermaphrodite 
   • a eunuch 
   • a weakling, coward MaitrS. Br. Up. MBh. &c 
   • neuter, n. a word in the neuter gender or the nṭneuter gender itself ŚBr. Prāt. Pāṇ. &c 
   • -pāda m. N. of ch. of the Su-bodhā 
   • -liṅga mfn. of the neuter gender Cat. 
   • -liṅga-saṃgraha m. N. of ch. of the Nāmaliṅgânuśāsana

⋙ nabhīta

   ○bhīta mfn. not afraid, fearless 
   • -vat ind. Hariv.

⋙ nabhrāj

   ○bhrāj m. (nom. ṭ) N. of a divine Soma-keeper MaitrS. 
   • a cloud L.

⋙ namātra

   ○mātra m. or n. N. of a partic. high number Buddh.

⋙ namuca

   ○muca and [Page 523, Column 2] 

⋙ namuci

   ○muḍci namuca, ○ci

⋙ namura

   ○murá m. or n. the not dying (?) AV.

⋙ namṛta

   ○mṛta mfn. not dead, alive (memory), Bhp

⋙ nayuta

   ○yuta m. pl. a myriad Lalit. (cf. a-y○)

⋙ nariṣyat

   ○riṣyat m. N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata MBh. Hariv. Pur. 
   • ○yanta m. id. ib. 
   • of a son of Marutta VP.

⋙ naroga

   ○roga mf(ā)n. not ill, well Hcat.

⋙ naliptāṅga

   ○liptâṅga mfn. whose body is not anointed R. (B.)

⋙ navidya

   ○vidya (cf. MBh. i, 3246),

⋙ navidvas

   ○vidvas (cf. BhP.), mfn. ignorant

⋙ naśakti

   ○śakti f. inability Kālac.

⋙ naśubha

   ○śubha mfn. unpleasant, inauspicious MBh.

⋙ naśeṣa

   ○śeṣa mfn. without remainder, entire, all RāmatUp.

⋙ nasaṃvid

   ○saṃvid f. unconsciousness, forgetfulness Kāv.

⋙ nasukara

   ○sukara mf(ā or ī)n. not easy to be done, difficult MBh.

⋙ nasparśana

   ○sparśana n. non-contact

⋙ nahi

   ○hí na-hí

⋙ nāgnidūṣita

   nâgni-dūṣita mfn. unhurt by fire Mn. ii, 47

⋙ nāti

   nâti (for na + ati, in comp 
   • cf. an-ati-), not very or much, not too 
   • -kalyāṇa mfn. not very beautiful or noble Daś. 
   • -kṛcchra mfn. not very painful or difficult 
   • (āt). ind. easily MBh. 
   • -kovida mfn. not very familiar with or clever in (loc.) ib. 
   • -krūra-mṛdu mfn. (bow) neither too strong nor too weak Vishṇ. 
   • -gādha mfn. not very shallow, rather deep MBh. 
   • -cira mfn. not very long (time) ib. 
   • (e), ind. shortly, soon R. 
   • -cchina mfn. not too much torn or rent Suśr. 
   • -jalpaka mfn. not too garrulous MBh. 
   • -tīvra mfn. not too violent or intense, moderate ib. 
   • -tṛpti f. absence of over-saturation Yājñ. 
   • -dīrgha mfn. not too long, Sah 
   • (am), ind. id. MBh. 
   • -dūra mfn. not too far or distant, (am Hit. 
   • e or āt R. with abl. or gen.) not far away (○ra-ga mfn. not too distant Kathās. 
   • ○ra-nirīkṣin mfn. not seeing very far R. 
   • ○ra-vartin mfn. not abiding very far, Vṛishabhân 
   • ○ra-sthita mfn. id. VP.) 
   • -doṣala mfn. not of too bad quality or nature Suśr. 
   • -drava mfn. not too liquid ib. 
   • -drutam ind. not too quick Vishṇ. 
   • -dhanin mfn. not too rich, Agp 
   • -nirbhagna mfn. not too much bent R. 
   • -nirvṛtti f. not too much ease Kathās. 
   • -nīca mfn. not too low Bhag. 
   • -parikara mfn. having little attendance Daś. 
   • -parisphuṭa mfn. not fully displayed Śak. 
   • -paryāpta mfn. not too abundant Ragh. 
   • -puṣṭa mfn. not too much provided with (instr.), Dāś 
   • -pṛthu mf(u)n. not too broad Var. 
   • -prakupita mfn. not too angry Daś. 
   • -pracura-padya-vat mfn. containing not too many verses Sāh. 
   • -pramanas mfn. not in very good spirits MBh. 
   • -prasiddha mfn. not too well known ib. 
   • -prasīdat mf(antī)n. not quite serene BhP. 
   • -prīta mfn. not much pleased ib. 
   • -bhārika mfn. not too weighty Mudr. 
   • -bhinna mfn. not too much slit Suśr. 
   • not very different from (abl.) Śak. 
   • -bhogin mfn. not too much given to enjoyments MārkP. 
   • -mahat mfn. not too large Car. 
   • not too long (time) MBh. 
   • -mātram ind. not too much Mudr. 
   • -mānin mfn. not too proud or arrogant (○ni-tā f. Bhag.) 
   • -mudā-vat mfn. not very glad or joyful MārkP. -ramaṇīya, mfn. not very pleasant (-tā f. Mudr.) 
   • -rūpa mfn. not very pretty MBh. 
   • -rohiṇī f. not too red ib. 
   • -laghu-vipula mfn. neither too short nor too long Var. 
   • -lampaṭa mfn. not too greedy or lustful, Bhp 
   • -lalita mfn. not very pleasing or beautiful Cat. 
   • -lomaśa mfn. not too hairy MBh. 
   • -vatsala mfn. not too tender, unfriendly MārkP. 
   • -vātala mfn. not too much producing wind (in the body) Suśr. 
   • -vāda m. not too harsh language MBh. 
   • -vilambita (am ind Vishṇ.) or -vilambin (○bi-tā f. L.), mfn. not too slow or tardy 
   • -viśadam ind. (to kiss) not too apparently Daś. 
   • -vistāra-saṃkaṭa mfn. neither too wide nor too narrow Kām. 
   • -vṛtta mfn. not very distant from (abl., e.g. yauvanāt, from youth, i.e. very young) MārkP. 
   • -vṛddha mfn. not very old (vayasā, of years) ib. 
   • -vyakta mfn. not very clear or distinct Var. 
   • -vyasta mfn. not too far separated TPrāt. 
   • -śītôṣṇa mfn. neither too cold nor too warm Ragh. 
   • -śobhita mfn. not making much show, unsightly MBh. 
   • -śrānta mfn. not too much tired MārkP. 
   • -śliṣṭa mfn. not very close or tight Śak. 
   • -samañjasa mf(ā or ī)n. not quite right or proper MBh. 
   • -sāndra mfn. not too tough Suśr. 
   • -svalpa mfn. not too short Sāh. 
   • -sva-stha mfn. not very well MBh. 
   • -hṛṣṭa mfn. not very glad MBh.

⋙ nāty

   nâty = nâti before vowels 
   • -antadūra mfn. not very distant or remote Kathās. 
   • -apacita mfn. not too thin or emaciated Car. 
   • -ākīrṇa mfn. not too crowded, rather empty (street) R. 
   • -ādṛta mfn. not much respected, rather neglected Daś. 
   • -ucca mfn. not too high L. 
   • -ucchrita mfn. id. Bhag. 
   • -upapanna mfn. not quite natural or normal Daś. 
   • -upasaṃhṛta mfn. not too much brought together TPrāt.

⋙ nādara

   nâdara m. disrespect L. 1

⋙ nādeya

   nâdeya mfn. not to be taken &c. MW.

⋙ nādhīta

   nâdhī7ta mfn. unread Hit. [Page 523, Column 3] 

⋙ nānurakta

   nânurakta mfn. not attached, unkind Pañc. ii, 46 (vḷ.)

⋙ nāntarīyaka

   nântarīyaka mfn. not external, contained or inherent in (comp.) Vām. ii, 1, 8 Pat. (-tva n. Pat.)

⋙ nānyatra

   nânyatra ind. except (with acc. or abl.) Divyâv.

⋙ nābhijāta

   nâbhijāta mfn. not well-born, ignoble Kāv.

⋙ nābhidhāvat

   nâbhidhāvat m. one who does not give assistance Mn. ix. 274

⋙ nābhimāna

   nâbhimāna m. absence of pride, modesty, humbleness MBh. (vḷ. an-abh○) Mālav.

⋙ nābhilakṣita

   nâbhilakṣita mfn. unperceived, unseen Yājñ. (vḷ. an-abh○)

⋙ nāruṃtuda

   nâruṃ-tuda mfn. not hurting (a wound or a weak point), harmless MBh. vii, 2763

⋙ nāryatikta

   nârya-tikta m.= an-āryat○, q.v

⋙ nāsatya

   nâsatya s.v

⋙ nāsti

   nâsti ind. (na + asti) it is, not, there is not 
   • -tā f. -tva n. non-existence Śaṃk. 
   • -mūrti mfn. incorporeal, Naish 
   • -vāda m. assertion of non-exṭexistence, atheism Hariv.

⋙ nāstika

   nâstika mf(ī)n. atheistical, infidel 
   • m. an atheist or unbeliever (opp. to âstika, q.v.) Mn. MBh. &c 
   • -tā f. (MW.), -tva n. (cf. W.) disbelief, atheism 
   • ○kya n. id. (with karmaṇām, denying the consequence of works) Mn. iii, 65 
   • -mata n. an atheistical opinion MW. 
   • -vṛtti mfn. leading the life of an atheist or receiving sustenance from an athṭatheist Vishṇ.

⋙ ned

   nếd s.v

⋙ naika

   nâika mf(ā)n. not one, more than one, various, manifold, numerous, many (also pl.) Yājñ. Mn. &c 
   • -cara mf(ī)n. going in troops, gregarious (animal) BhP. 
   • -dṛś m. 'many-eyed', N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh. 
   • -dravyôccaya-vat mfn. furnished with plenty of various goods ib. 
   • -dhā ind. manifoldly, in various ways or parts MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • -puṭa mfn. showing many rents or gaps, torn (cloud) Var. 
   • -pṛṣṭha m. pl. 'many-backed', N. of a people MBh. (vḷ. ○ṣṭa) VP. 
   • -bhāvâśraya mfn. 'not abiding in one condition', changeable, fickle, unsteady MW. 
   • -bheda mfn. of many kinds, various, manifold L. 
   • -māya mfn. using many artifices or stratagems MBh. 
   • -rūpa mf(ā)n. multiform, various R. 
   • -rṣi (for -ṛṣi), m. N. of a man 
   • pl. his family Pravar. 
   • -varṇa mfn. many-coloured MBh. 
   • -vikalpa mfn. manifold, various Daś. 
   • -vidha mfn. id. Var. 
   • -śas ind. repeatedly, often Var. Kāv. 
   • -śastramaya mf(ī)n. consisting of various missiles (rain) R. 
   • ○kâtman mfn. of manifold nature (Śiva) Śivag.

⋙ naiva

   nâiva-

⋙ no

   nố s.v

⋙ notpādita

   nôtpādita mfn. ungenerated 
   • -tva n. Vp

⋙ nopasthātṛ

   nôpasthātṛ (cf. Yājñ. Sch.) and not at hand, absent

⋙ nopasthāyin

   nôpaḍsthāyin (cf. Smṛitit.), not at hand, absent

na 3

   na (cf. L.), mfn. thin, spare 
   • vacant, empty 
   • identical 
   • unvexed, unbroken 
   • m. band, fetter 
   • jewel, pearl 
   • war 
   • gift 
   • welfare 
   • N. of Buddha 
   • N. of Gaṇêśa 
   • = prastuta 
   • = dviraṇḍa (?) 
   • (ā), f. the navel 
   • a musical instrument 
   • knowledge

naṃśa

   náṃśa m. (√1. naś, naṃś) acquisition RV. i, 122, 12

≫ naṃśana

   náṃśana svapna-n○

naṃśuka

   naṃśuka mf(ā)n. (√2. naś) perishing Kāṭh. 
   • = aṇu Uṇ. ii, 30 
   • injurious, destructive W.

≫ naṃṣṭavya

   naṃṣṭavya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 60) to be injured or killed W.

≫ naṃṣṭṛ

   naṃṣṭṛ mfn. (cf. ib.) an injurer, injurious, destructive W.

naṃhasa

   naṃhasa m. a god smiling on or kind to his worshipper MBh. i, 6450, vḷ. (cf. Nīlak.)

naḥkṣudra

   naḥ-kṣudra under 3. nás

nak

   nák ind. (g. svar-ādi, as nomin. RV. vii, 71, 1) night

naka

   naka m. N. of a man (son of Dāruka) VāyuP. 
   • n. N. of sev. Sāmans

nakin

   nakin ○kis &c. under 2. ná

nakuca

   nakuca vḷ. for lakuca

nakuṭa

   nakuṭa n. the nose L.

nakula

   nakulá mfn. (in spite of Pāṇ. 6-3, 75 prob. not fr. na + kula) of a partic. colour (perhaps that of the ichneumon) TS. RPrāt. 
   • m. the Bengal mungoose or Viverra Ichneumon (enemy of mice and of serpents from whose venom it protects itself by a medic. plant 
   • cf. nākulī) AV. MBh. &c 
   • a son L. 
   • a partic. musical instrument Lalit. 
   • N. of Śiva L. 
   • of a son of the Aśvins and Mādrī (twin-brother of Saha-deva and fourth of the Pāṇḍu princes) MBh. Hariv. Pur. 
   • of a Vedic poet with the patr. Vāma-deva (○vya) or Vaiśvāmitra (○lasya vāmadevasya prêṅkha m. N. of a Sāman) ĀrshBr. [Page 524, Column 1] 
   • of a physician (author of a wk. on horses) Cat. 
   • (ā), f. N. of Śiva's wife L. 
   • (ī), f. below 
   • n. a myst. N. of the sound h L.

⋙ nakulatva

   ○tva n. the state of an ichneumon MBh.

⋙ nakulādyā

   nakulâdyā f. the ichneumon plant L.

⋙ nakulāndhatā

   nakulândhatā f

⋙ nakulāndhya

   nakuḍlândhya n. 'iṭichneumon-blindness', a kind of disease of the eyes Suśr.

⋙ nakuleśa

   nakulêśa vḷ. for ○lī7śa (below)

⋙ nakuleṣṭā

   nakulêṣṭā or f. 'liked by the iṭichneumon', a kind of medic. plant (cf. above) L.

⋙ nakuleṣṭakā

   nakulêḍṣṭakā f. 'liked by the iṭichneumon', a kind of medic. plant (cf. above) L.

⋙ nakuloṣṭhī

   nakuloṣṭhī f. (in music) a partic. stringed instrument

≫ nakulaka

   nakulaka m. or n. an ornament shaped like an ichneumon L. 
   • m. a kind of purse (?) Divyâv. 
   • (○likā), f. a female ichneumon Kād.

≫ nakulī

   nakulī f. a female ichneumon MantraBr. MBh. 
   • Salmalia Malabarica L.: Nardostachys Jatamansi L. 
   • saffron L. 
   • = śaṅkhinī L.

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   nakulīvāgīśvarīmantravidhāna3nakulī--vāg-īśvarī-mantra-vidhāna n. N. of wk

⋙ nakulīśa

   ○"ṣśa (○lī7śa), m. a form of Bhairava L. 
   • a myst. N. of the sound h ib. 
   • -darśana n. N. of wk 
   • -pāśupata m. pl. a partic. sect Sarvad. 
   • -yoga-pārâyaṇa n. N. of wk

nakk

   nakk cl. 10. P. nakkayati, to destroy, kill Dhātup. xxxii, 54

nakta 1

   nákta n. night RV. AV. (náktā f. only in naktayā́, q.v., and as du. with uṣā́sā 
   • cf. ○sá-naktā and naktôṣāsā) 
   • eating only at night (as a sort of penance) Yājñ. Hcat. 
   • (am), ind. by night (often opp. to divā) RV. &c. &c 
   • m. N. of a son of Pṛithu VP. 
   • of a son of Pṛithu-sheṇa and Ākūti BhP. 
   • (ā), f. (cf. above) Methonica Superba L. [Cf. nak and nakti ; Zd. nakht-uru, nakht-ru 
   • Gk. ? ; Lat. nox ; Lith. naktis ; Slav. [524, 1] nos8ti ; Goth. nahts ; Angl. Sax. neaht, niht, Engl. night, Germ. ṇacht.]

⋙ naktakālanirṇaya

   ○kālá-nirṇaya m. N. of wk

⋙ naktacārin

   ○cārin (cf. L.), mfn. walking at night 
   • m. an owl 
   • cat 
   • thief 
   • a Rakshas (cf. naktaṃ-c○)

⋙ naktaprabhava

   ○prabhava vḷ. for naktam-pr○

⋙ naktabhojana

   ○bhojana n. the eating only at nṭnight (cf. above) Hcat. 
   • supper W. 
   • ○jin mfn. eating at night BhavP. 
   • ○ji-tva n. Kathās.

⋙ naktamukhā

   ○mukhā f. evening, night L. (for -muṣā?)

⋙ naktavat

   ○vat mfn. eating only at night Hcat.

⋙ naktavrata

   ○vrata n. 'night-observance', eating at night (and fasting by day) W.

⋙ naktāndha

   naktândha mfn. blind at night Suśr. 
   • ○tândhya n. ib.

⋙ naktāśin

   naktâśin mfn. eating only at night Vishṇ.

⋙ naktoṣāsā

   náktôṣā́sā f. du. night and morning RV.

≫ naktan

   naktán (only ○tábhis), night RV. vii, 104, 18

≫ naktaṃ

   náktaṃ^ (m before labials), ind., 1. nákta

⋙ naktaṃsamaya

   ○samaya m. night-time Naish.

⋙ naktaṃhoma

   ○homá m. night-oblation TS.

⋙ naktaṃcara

   ○cara mf(ī)n. walking about at nṭnight 
   • m. any night-animal or creature GṛS. Gaut. MBh. &c 
   • nocturnal demon, Rakshas MBh. Var. &c. (○rêśvara m. the lord of the rovers or fiends MBh.) 
   • the bdellium tree W. 
   • (ī), f. a female demon Kathās.

⋙ naktaṃcaryā

   ○caryā f. the walking about at nṭnight MBh.

⋙ naktaṃcārin

   ○cārin mfn. = -cara GṛS. Gaut. Mn. 
   • m. a cat L.

⋙ naktaṃjāta

   ○jātá mf(ā́)n. grown at nṭnight (herb) AV.

⋙ naktaṃdina

   ○dina n. sg. night and day Mālav. v, 13 
   • (am), ind. = next Kathās. Pañc.

⋙ naktaṃdivam

   ○divam ind. by night and day L.

⋙ naktamprabhava

   naktamprabhava mfn. produced at nṭnight Var. (vḷ. ○tapr○)

⋙ naktambhāga

   naktam-bhāga mfn. having a nocturnal part Var.

⋙ naktambhogin

   naktam-bhogin mfn. = ○ta-bh MBh. iii, 13734 (vḷ.)

≫ naktayā

   naktayā́ ind. at night RV. iv, 11, 1

≫ nakti

   nákti f. night RV. ii, 2, 2

nakta 2

   nakta or nakla (?) n. (in astron.) N. of the fifth Yoga (= ?)

naktaka

   naktaka m. dirty or ragged cloth, rag, wiper &c. L. (vṛ. for laktaka)

naktamāla

   naktamāla or ○laka m. Pongamia Glabra L.

nakra

   nakra m. (according to Pāṇ. 6-3, 75 fr. na + kra) crocodile, alligator Mn. MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā) 
   • the sign of the zodiac Scorpio Gol. 
   • (ā), f. a swarm of bees or wasps L. 
   • n. the nose (also ā f.) L. 
   • a partic. disease of the nose L. 
   • the upper timber of a door-frame L. (cf. nā́kra and Pāṇ. 6-3, 75)

⋙ nakraketana

   ○ketana m. N. of the god of love Daś. (cf. makara-k○)

⋙ nakracakra

   ○cakra n. a multitude of crocodiles Pañcad.

⋙ nakramakṣikā

   ○makṣikā f. a kind of fly L.

⋙ nakrarāj

   ○rāj or m. a shark or any other large sea animal (lit. king of the Nakras) L.

⋙ nakrarājaka

   ○rājaka m. a shark or any other large sea animal (lit. king of the Nakras) L.

⋙ nakrahāraka

   ○hāraka m. id. (lit. seizer of the Nakras) L.

nakṣ

   nakṣ cl. 1. P.Ā. nákṣati, ○te (perf. nanakṣúr, ○kṣé RV. 
   • aor. anakṣīt Gr 
   • fut. nakṣiṣyati, nakṣitā ib.) to come near, approach, arrive at, get, attain RV. AV. VS. (cf. 1. naś [Page 524, Column 2] 
   • inakṣ)

≫ nakṣat

   nakṣat mf(antī)n. approaching

⋙ nakṣaddābha

   nakḍṣad-dābhá mfn. striking down any one that approaches (Indra) RV. vi, 22, 2

≫ nakṣatra

   nákṣatra n. (m. only RV. vi, 67, 6 
   • prob. fr. √nakṣ, cf. nakṣ dyām, i, 33, 14 &c.) a star or any heavenly body 
   • also applied to the sun 
   • n. sg. sometimes collectively 'the stars', e.g. vii. 86, 1 RV. &c. &c 
   • an asterism or constellation through which the moon passes, a lunar mansion AV. &c. &c. (27, later 28, viz. Śravishṭhā or Dhanishṭhā, Śata-bhishaj, Pūrva-bhādrapāda, Uttara-bhṭbhādrapāda, Revatī, Aśvinī, Bharaṇī, Kṛittikā, Rohiṇī or Brāhmī, Mṛiga-śiras or Āgrahāyaṇī, Ārdrā, Punarvasū or Yāmakau, Pushya or Sidhya, Āśleshā, Maghā, Pūrva-phalgunī, Uttara-phṭphalgunī, Hasta, Citrā, Svātī, Viśākhā or Rādhā, Anurādhā, Jyeshṭha, Mūla, Pūrvâshāḍhā, Uttarâshṭāḍhā, Abhijit, Śravaṇa 
   • according to VarBṛS. Revatī, Uttara-phalgunī, Uttara-bhādrapāda and Uttarâshāḍha are called dhruvāṇi, fixed 
   • in the Vedas the Nakshatras are considered as abodes of the gods or of pious persons after death Sāy. on RV. i, 50, 2 
   • later as wives of the moon and daughters of Daksha MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • according to Jainas the sun, moon, Grahas, Nakshatras and Tārās form the Jyotishkas) 
   • a pearl L.

⋙ nakṣatrakalpa

   ○kalpa m. N. of a Pariś. of AV.

⋙ nakṣatrakāntivistāra

   ○kānti-vistāra m. the white Yāvanāla flower

⋙ nakṣatrakūrma

   ○kūrma m. (or -cāra m. -vibhāga, m.) N. of ch. xiv of VarBṛS.

⋙ nakṣatrakośa

   ○kośa m. N. of a list of stars

⋙ nakṣatragrahayutyadhikāra

   ○graha-yuty-adhikāra m. N. of ch. of Sūryas.

⋙ nakṣatragrahotpāta

   ○grahôtpāta m. N. of the 63rd Pariś. of AV.

⋙ nakṣatragrāmayājaka

   ○grāma-yājaka m. = ○tra-y○ MBh.

⋙ nakṣatracakra

   ○cakra n. a partic. diagram Tantras. 
   • the Nakshatras collectively W. 
   • the sphere of the fixed stars MW.

⋙ nakṣatracintāmaṇi

   ○cintā-maṇi and m. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatracūḍām

   ○cūḍā-m○ m. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatrajā

   ○jā́ mfn. star-born, m. son of the stars AV.

⋙ nakṣatrajātaka

   ○jātaka and n. N. of wks

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   nakṣatrajātakādibhāvaphala3nákṣatra--jātaḍkâdi-bhāva-phala n. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatratārārājāditya

   ○tārā-rājâditya m. a partic. Samādhi Buddh.

⋙ nakṣatradarśa

   ○darśá m. star-gazer VS.

⋙ nakṣatradānavidhi

   ○dāna-vidhi m. N. of wk

⋙ nakṣatradevata

   ○devata mfn. having the NṭNakshatras as deities ĀśvGṛ.

⋙ nakṣatradevatākathana

   ○devatā-kathana and n. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatradohadaśāntika

   ○dohada-śāntika n. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatradvaṃdva

   ○dvaṃdva n. a NṭNakshatras compound (as tiṣya-punarvasu) Pāṇ. 1-2, 63

⋙ nakṣatranātha

   ○nātha m. 'lord of the NṭNakshatras', the moon Hariv.

⋙ nakṣatranāman

   ○nāman n

⋙ nakṣatranighaṇṭu

   ○nighaṇṭu and m. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatranirṇaya

   ○nirṇaya mṆ. of wks

⋙ nakṣatranemi

   ○nemi m. the pole-star L. 
   • the moon L. 
   • N. of Vishṇu MBh. 
   • f. the Nakshatras Revatī

⋙ nakṣatranyāsa

   ○nyāsa m. N. of ch. of PSarv.

⋙ nakṣatrapa

   ○pa m. = -nātha L.

⋙ nakṣatrapaṭalopāyadāna

   ○paṭalôpâya-dāna n. N. of wk

⋙ nakṣatrapati

   ○pati m. = -pa 
   • -nandana m. the planet Mercury Vāstuv.

⋙ nakṣatrapatha

   ○patha m. 'star-path', the starry sky Hcar. 
   • -varcas n. its splendour R.

⋙ nakṣatrapāṭhaka

   ○pāṭhaka m. 'star-reader', astrologer Cat.

⋙ nakṣatrapāta

   ○pāta m. N. of wk

⋙ nakṣatrapuruṣa

   ○puruṣa m. (astrol.) a human figure representing the Nakshatras (also -ka) 
   • a ceremony in which such a figure is worshipped 
   • N. of ch. of the Vāmp 
   • -vrata n. N. of a partic. observance and of ch. of the MatsyaP.

⋙ nakṣatrapūjita

   ○pūjita mfn. 'star-honoured', auspicious MW.

⋙ nakṣatraprakaraṇa

   ○prakaraṇa n

⋙ nakṣatrapraśna

   ○praśna m

⋙ nakṣatraphala

   ○phala n

⋙ nakṣatrabhakti

   ○bhakti f

⋙ nakṣatrabhuktaghaṭīcakra

   ○bhukta-ghaṭī-cakra n. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatramaṇḍala

   ○maṇḍala n. star-cluster Cat.

⋙ nakṣatramārga

   ○mārga m. = -patha MBh.

⋙ nakṣatramālā

   ○mālā f. star-circle, star-group R. 
   • the Nakshatras collectively Var. 
   • a necklace of 27 pearls ib. 
   • a partic. ornament for an elephant's head Kād. (○lāya Nom. Ā. ○yate ib. ) 
   • a kind of dance W. 
   • N. of sev. wks

⋙ nakṣatramālikā

   ○mālikā f

⋙ nakṣatrayajña

   ○yajña m. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatrayājaka

   ○yājaka mfn. offering oblations to the Nakshatras MBh.

⋙ nakṣatrayoga

   ○yoga m. conjunction of (moon with the) Nakshatras ib. 
   • -dāna n. N. of wk 
   • ○gin mfn. connected with Nakshatras MBh. Hariv. 
   • f. pl. chiefstars in the Nakshatras L.

⋙ nakṣatrarāja

   ○rāja m. 'king of the stars' AV. 
   • the moon MBh. R. 
   • N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. 
   • -prabhāva-bhāsa-garbha m. N. of a Bodhi-sṭsattva ib. 
   • -vikrīḍita m. a partic. Samādhi ib. 
   • -saṃkusumitâbhijña m. N. of a Bodhi-sṭsattva ib.

⋙ nakṣatraloka

   ○loká m. pl. the world of the Nakshatras ŚBr. 
   • sg. the starry region, firmament MW.

⋙ nakṣatravartman

   ○vartman n. = -patha L.

⋙ nakṣatravādamālikā

   ○vādamālikā

⋙ nakṣatravādāvalī

   ○vādâval�ī f. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatravidyā

   ○vidyā f. 'star-knowledge', astronomy ChUp. Mn.

⋙ nakṣatravidhāna

   ○vidhāna n. N. of wk

⋙ nakṣatravīthī

   ○vīthī f. path of the NṭNakshatras MBh.

⋙ nakṣatravṛkṣa

   ○vṛkṣa m. a tree consecrated to a Nakshatras L.

⋙ nakṣatravṛṣṭi

   ○vṛṣṭi f. 'star-shower', shooting stars L.

⋙ nakṣatravyūha

   ○vyūha m. = -bhakti

⋙ nakṣatraśavas

   ○śavas (nákṣ○), mfn. equal to stars in number RV. x, 22, 10 (cf. Sāy. 'going to the gods')

⋙ nakṣatraśānti

   ○śānti f

⋙ nakṣatraśuddhiprakaraṇa

   ○śuddhi-prakaraṇa n. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatrasaṃvatsara

   ○saṃvatsara m. a particular form of year Var.

⋙ nakṣatrasattra

   ○sattra n. = nakṣatrêṣṭi 
   • N. of wk 
   • -prayoga m. -hautra n. ○trêṣṭi-prayoga m. ○trêṣṭi-hautra-prayoga m. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatrasamuccaya

   ○samuccaya m. 'assemblage of Nakshatras, N. of wk

⋙ nakṣatrasūcaka

   ○sūcaka m. 'star-indicator', astrologer Var. [Page 524, Column 3] 

⋙ nakṣatrastoma

   ○stoma m. N. of a partic. Ekâha ŚāṅkhSr.

⋙ nakṣatrasthāpana

   ○sthāpana n. N. of wk

⋙ nakṣatrādhipa

   nakṣatrâdhipa m. the regent of a NṭNakshatras Cat. 
   • ○pati m. 'chief of Nakshatras', N. of Pushya Lalit.

⋙ nakṣatrābhidhāna

   nakṣatrâbhidhāna n. N. of wk

⋙ nakṣatrāśraya

   nakṣatrâśraya mfn. relating to a star or Nakshatras MānGṛ.

⋙ nakṣatreśa

   nakṣatrêśa m. = ○tra-nātha Caurap.

⋙ nakṣatreṣṭakā

   nakṣatrêṣṭakā́ f. N. of partic. sacrificial bricks TS. ĀpŚr.

⋙ nakṣatreṣṭi

   nakṣatrêṣṭi f. a sacrifice to the NṭNakshatras 
   • N. of wk 
   • -nirūpaṇa n. -paddhati f. -prayoga m. -homa m. -hautra n. N. of wks

⋙ nakṣatropajīvin

   nakṣatrôpajīvin m. 'subsisting by the Nakshatras', astrologer Yājñ. iii, 289 Sch.

≫ nakṣatrin

   nakṣatrin m. 'having or holding the stars', N. of Vishṇu MBh. xiii, 6996 (cf. ○tra-nemi)

≫ nakṣatriya

   nakṣatríya mfn. relating to the stars or Nakshatras, containing a number equal to that of the NṭNakshatras, i.e. 27 AV. VS. &c

≫ nakṣya

   nakṣya mfn. to be approached RV. vii, 15, 7

nakh

   nakh or naṅkh, cl. 4. and 1. P. nakhyati, nakhati and naṅkhati, to go, move Naigh. ii, 14 Dhātup. v, 20, 21

nakha

   nakhá m. n. (fr. √nagh [?], cf. naghamāra 
   • prob. not fr. na + kha in spite of Pāṇ. 6-3, 75 
   • ifc. f. ī) a finger-nail, toe-nail, claw, talon, the spur of a cock RV. &c. &c. (○khāni-√kṛ, or √kḷp, to cut the nails Kauś. Mn.) 
   • = 20 Sūryas. 
   • n. and (ī), f. Unguis Odoratus VarBṛS. Hcat. 
   • m. part, portion. [Cf. Gk. ?, stem ? ; Lat. [524, 3] unguis ; Lit. nágas ; Slav. [nog�ut�i] ; Angl. Sax. naegel ; Eng. nail ; Germ. ṇagel.]

⋙ nakhakuṭṭa

   ○kuṭṭa m. 'nail-cutter', barber L. 
   • N. of an author Sāh.

⋙ nakhakhādin

   ○khādin mfn. biting (lit. eating) the nail Mn. MBh.

⋙ nakhagucchaphalā

   ○guccha-phalā f. a kind of pulse L.

⋙ nakhaccheda

   ○ccheda m. (cf. MW.)

⋙ nakhacchedana

   ○ccheḍdana n. (cf. Mn. Suśr.) nail-cutting

⋙ nakhacchedya

   ○cchedya mfn. to be slit by the nṭnail Bhpr.

⋙ nakhajāha

   ○jāha n. nail-√cf. L

⋙ nakhadāraṇa

   ○dāraṇa m. 'tearing with the claws', falcon, hawk L.

⋙ nakhanikṛntana

   ○nikṛntana m. or n. nṭnail-scissors ChUp.

⋙ nakhanirbhinna

   ○nirbhinna (○khá-n○), mfn. split asunder with the nail TS. Pāṇ. 6-2, 48 Kāś.

⋙ nakhaniṣpāvikā

   ○niṣpāvikā or f. a kind of pulse L.

⋙ nakhaniṣpāvī

   ○niṣḍpāvī f. a kind of pulse L.

⋙ nakhanyāsa

   ○nyāsa m. inserting the claws Ragh.

⋙ nakhapada

   ○pada n. nail-mark, scratch Megh. 
   • Unguis Odoratus VarBṛS. Sch.

⋙ nakhaparṇī

   ○parṇī f. a kind of plant (= vṛścika) L.

⋙ nakhapuñjaphalā

   ○puñja-phalā f. a kind of pulse L.

⋙ nakhapuṣpī

   ○puṣpī f. Trigonella Corniculata L.

⋙ nakhapūrvikā

   ○pūrvikā f. = -niṣpāvii L.

⋙ nakhapraca

   ○praca n. g. mayūra-vyaṃsakâdi

⋙ nakhaphalinī

   ○phalinī f. a kind of pulse L.

⋙ nakhabhinna

   ○bhinna mfn. scratched or torn off with a nail W.

⋙ nakhamuca

   ○muca n. 'nail-looser', bow L.

⋙ nakhampaca

   ○m-paca mf(ā)n. nṭnail-scalding Pāṇ. 3-2, 34 Kāś. 
   • scanty, shallow (water) Kāv.

⋙ nakharajanī

   ○rajanī f. a kind of plant and its fruit L.

⋙ nakharañjani

   ○rañjani f. nail-scissors L.

⋙ nakhalekhaka

   ○lekhaka m. nail-painter L.

⋙ nakhalekhā

   ○lekhā f. a scratch with the nail, nail-painting MW.

⋙ nakhavādana

   ○vādana (cf. Āpast.) and n. 'nṭnail-music', noise made with the finger-nails

⋙ nakhavādya

   ○vādya (cf. L.), n. 'nṭnail-music', noise made with the finger-nails

⋙ nakhavilekhā

   ○vilekhā f. a scratch W.

⋙ nakhaviṣa

   ○viṣa mfn. having venom in the nṭnail or claws L.

⋙ nakhaviṣkira

   ○viṣkira m. 'tearing or rending with the claws', scratcher Mn. v, 13

⋙ nakhavṛkṣa

   ○vṛkṣa m. a kind of tree L.

⋙ nakhavraṇa

   ○vraṇa n. 'nail-wound', scratch W.

⋙ nakhaśaṅkha

   ○śaṅkha m. a small shell L.

⋙ nakhāṃśu

   nakhâṃśu m. elegance or brightness of the finger-nṭnail W.

⋙ nakhāgra

   nakhâgrá n. nail-point ŚBr.

⋙ nakhāghāta

   nakhâghāta m. = ○kha-vraṇa L.

⋙ nakhāṅka

   nakhâṅka m. nail-mark Kāv. 
   • Unguis Odoratus L.

⋙ nakhāṅga

   nakhâṅga n. a kind of perfume L.

⋙ nakhācchoṭanikā

   nakhâcchoṭanikā f. (√cuṭ) making a noise with the nail (as a token of applause or approval) HPariś.

⋙ nakhānakhi

   nakhā-nakhi ind. nail against nail, close fighting (with mutual scratching). MBh. viii, 2377 (cf. keśā-keśi)

⋙ nakhāyudha

   nakhâyudha mfn. 'claw-armed' Pañc. ii, 51/52 
   • -tva n. ib. 328/329, m. a lion 
   • tiger 
   • cock L. 
   • monkey R.

⋙ nakhāri

   nakhâri m. N. of an attendant of Śiva L.

⋙ nakhārtha

   nakhârtha m. a kind of perfume Gal.

⋙ nakhāli

   nakhâli or f. a small shell (cf. ○kha-śaṅkha)

⋙ nakhālikā

   nakhâḍlikā f. a small shell (cf. ○kha-śaṅkha)

⋙ nakhāvapūta

   nakhấvapūta mfn. purified with the nails 
   • pl. N. of partic. grains MaitrS.

⋙ nakhāśin

   nakhâśin m. 'eating with claws', an owl L.

≫ nakhaka

   nakhaka m. N. of a Nāga-rāja L.

≫ nakhara

   nakhará mfn. shaped like a claw, curved, crooked ŚBr. MBh. 
   • m. a curved knife MBh. Daś. 
   • m. f (ā) or n. nail, claw
   Var. Pañc. &c. nail-scratch Cat. 
   • (ī), f. Unguis Odoratus L.

⋙ nakhararajanī

   ○rajanī f. vḷ. for nakha-r○ g. harītaky-ādi Kāś.

⋙ nakharāyudha

   nakharâyudha m. a lion 
   • tiger 
   • cock L. (cf. nakhây○)

⋙ nakharāhva

   nakharâhva m. Nerium Odorum L.

≫ nakhālu

   nakhālu m. a kind of tree (= nakha-vṛkṣa) L.

≫ nakhin

   nakhín mfn. having nails or claws 
   • thorny, prickly ŚBr. 
   • m. a clawed animal, lion L. [Page 525, Column 1] 

naga

   ná-ga m. 'not moving' (cf. á-ga), a mountain (ifc. f. ā 
   • cf. sa-naga) AV.&c. &c 
   • the number 7 (because of the 7 principal mountains 
   • cf. kula-giri) Sūryas. 
   • any tree or plant MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • a serpent L. 
   • the sun L.

⋙ nagakarṇī

   ○karṇī f. Clitoria Ternatea L.

⋙ nagaja

   ○ja mfn. mountain-born, mountaineer 
   • m. elephant L. 
   • (ā), f. a kind of plant L.

⋙ naganadī

   ○nadī f. 'mountain-river', N. of a river Megh.

⋙ naganandinī

   ○nandinī f. 'mṭmountain-daughter', N. of Durgā (dṭdaughter of Himâlaya) L.

⋙ naganimnagā

   ○nimna-gā f. 'mountain-river', torrent Śiś. ii, 104

⋙ nagapati

   ○pati m. 'mountain-chief', the Himâlaya L.

⋙ nagabhid

   ○bhid m. 'rock-splitter', (cf. L.) an axe 
   • a crow 
   • Indra 
   • a kind of plant

⋙ nagabhū

   ○bhū mfn. = -ja 
   • m. a kind of plant L.

⋙ nagamūrdhan

   ○mūrdhan m. 'mountain-crest' W.

⋙ nagarandhrakara

   ○randhra-kara m. 'mṭmountain-splitter', N. of Kārttikeya Ragh.ix, 2

⋙ nagavat

   ○vat mfn. abounding in mountains or trees R.

⋙ nagavāhana

   ○vāhana m. 'mountain-borne', N. of Śiva Śivag.

⋙ nagavṛttika

   ○vṛttika m. (and ○kā f.) a kind of plant Suśr.

⋙ nagaśreṣṭha

   ○śreṣṭhá m. the finest tree Suparṇ.

⋙ nagasvarūpiṇī

   ○svarūpiṇī f. a kind of metre Śrutab.

⋙ nagāgra

   nagâgra n. mountain-top MBh.

⋙ nagāṭana

   nagâṭana m. 'tree-wanderer', monkey L.

⋙ nagādhipa

   nagâdhipa m. = ○ga-pati L.

⋙ nagādhirāja

   nagâdhirāja m. id. MW.

⋙ nagāpagā

   nagâpagā f. = ○ganimnagā Śiś. ii, 100

⋙ nagāri

   nagâri m. N. of a man MBh. iv, 1294

⋙ nagālikā

   nagâlikā nagānikā

⋙ nagāvāsa

   nagâvāsa m. 'tree-dweller', a peacock L.

⋙ nagāśman

   nagâśman m. a piece of rock Śiś. xv, 10

⋙ nagāśraya

   nagâśraya mfn. living in mountains W. 
   • m. a kind of plant L.

⋙ nagāhvaya

   nagâhvaya m. N. of a man MBh. iv, 1294

⋙ nagendra

   nagêndra m. 'mountain-lord', N. of Himâlaya Ragh. ii, 28 
   • of Kailāsa Megh. 63 
   • of Nishadha Ragh. xviii, 1

⋙ nageśa

   nagêśa m. id., N. of a partic. mountain Śatr. 
   • of Kailāsa or of Śiva MW.

⋙ nagesvara

   nagêsvara m. id., N. of Himâlaya L.

⋙ nagocchrāya

   nagôcchrāya m. mountain-elevation W.

⋙ nagodara

   nagôdara n. mountain-rift BhP.

⋙ nagaukas

   nagâukas m. 'mountain- or tree-dweller', (cf. L.) lion 
   • the fabulous animal Śarabha 
   • a crow (cf. agâukas) 
   • any bird

nagaṇā

   nagaṇā f. Cardiospemum Halicacabum L. (vḷ. nagnā)

nagara

   nágara n. (m. only MBh. iii, 3014 
   • ifc. f. ā Hariv. 2951 
   • prob. not fr. naga + ra, but g. aśamâdi 
   • the n cannot be cerebralized, g. kṣubhnâdi) a town, city, N. of sev. cities TĀr. Mn. MBh. &c 
   • (ī), f. below

⋙ nagarakāka

   ○kāka m. 'a town-crow', a term of contempt L.

⋙ nagarakoṭi

   ○koṭi N. of a town (Nagar-kot), and of another place Cat.

⋙ nagarakhaṇḍa

   ○khaṇḍa N. of ch. of the SkandaP.

⋙ nagaragāmin

   ○gāmin mfn. (road) going or leading to a town Mālatīm. i, 27/28

⋙ nagaraghāta

   ○ghāta m. 'town-destroying, (also -ka), an elephant L.

⋙ nagaracatuṣpatha

   ○catuṣ-patha m. or n. meeting of 4 ways in a town MānGṛ.

⋙ nagarajana

   ○jana m. pl. townsfolk, sg. a citizen Hit.

⋙ nagaradaivata

   ○daivata n. presiding deity of a town 
   • -vat ind. Mṛicch. i, 19

⋙ nagaradvāra

   ○dvāra n. town-gate Hit. 
   • -kūṭaka n. a kind of fence on a town-gṭgate L.

⋙ nagaradhanavihāra

   ○dhana-vihāra or m. N. of a Buddh. monastery

⋙ nagaradhanasaṃghārāma

   ○dhana-saṃghârāma m. N. of a Buddh. monastery

⋙ nagarapati

   ○pati m. town-chief. L.

⋙ nagarapura

   ○pura n. N. of a town L.

⋙ nagarapradakṣiṇā

   ○pradakṣiṇā f. carrying an idol round a town in procession MW.

⋙ nagaraprānta

   ○prânta m. the outskirts of a tṭtown ib.

⋙ nagarabāhu

   ○bāhu m. 'town-arm', N. of a man L.

⋙ nagarabāhya

   ○bāhya mfn. situated without the town MW.

⋙ nagaramaṇḍanā

   ○maṇḍanā f. 'tṭtown-ornament, a courtezan, Vāsav

⋙ nagaramardin

   ○mardin m. 'town-crusher', N. of a man, g. bāhv-ādi

⋙ nagaramālin

   ○mālin mfn. garlanded with cities MW.

⋙ nagaramustā

   ○mustā f. = ○rôttha

⋙ nagararakṣādhikṛta

   ○rakṣâdhikṛta m. the chief of the town-guard Mṛicch.

⋙ nagararakṣin

   ○rakṣin m. town-watchman ib.

⋙ nagaravāyasa

   ○vāyasa m.= -kāka L.

⋙ nagaravāsin

   ○vāsin mfn. 'town-dwelling', a citizen MW.

⋙ nagaravṛddha

   ○vṛddha m. town-senior Daś.

⋙ nagarasammita

   ○sammita mfn. equal to a tṭtown MW.

⋙ nagarastha

   ○stha m. = -vāsin Hit.

⋙ nagarasvāmin

   ○svāmin m. 'town-chief', N. of a man Kathās.

⋙ nagarahāra

   ○hāra 'town-taking', N. of a kingdom L.

⋙ nagarādhikṛta

   nagarâdhikṛta (cf. Rājat. ),

⋙ nagarādhipa

   nagaḍrâdhipa and

⋙ nagarādhipati

   nagaḍrâdhipati (cf. Kathās.),

⋙ nagarādhyakṣa

   nagaḍrâdhyakṣa (cf. Hariv.), m. tṭtown-chief, head police-officer

⋙ nagarābhyāśa

   nagarâbhyāśa m. neighbourhood of a tṭtown MW.

⋙ nagarotthā

   nagarôtthā f. a kind of plant L.

⋙ nagaropānta

   nagarôpânta n. = ra-prânta MW.

⋙ nagaraukas

   nagarâukas m. = ○ra-vāsin Rājat.

⋙ nagarauṣadhi

   nagarâuṣadhi f. Musa Sapientum L.

≫ nagarāya

   nagarāya Nom.Ā. ○yate, to look like a town MBh. Hariv.

≫ nagarin

   nagarin m. lord of a town Car. 
   • N. of a man AitBr. v, 30

⋙ nagaryanna

   nagaḍry-anna n. food given by the lord of a town Mn. iv, 213

≫ nagarī

   nagarī f. = ○ra Mn. MBh. &c

⋙ nagarīnirodha

   ○nirodha m. N. of ch. of GaṇP. ii

⋙ nagarībaka

   ○baka m. 'town-crane', a crow L.

⋙ nagarīyukti

   ○yukti f. N. of ch. of the Yukti-kalpa-taru

⋙ nagarīrakṣin

   ○rakṣin m. town-watchman MBh.

≫ nagarīya

   nagarīya mfn. belonging to a town, civic, urban Kāv. [Page 525, Column 2] 

nagānikā

   nagānikā ○nī, or nagālikā f. a kind of metre Col.

nagna

   nagna under √naj below

nagnahu

   nagnáhu (or ○hū L.), m. ferment, a drug used for fermenting spirituous liquor VS. ŚBr.

naghamāra

   nagha-mārá and naghā-riṣá m. N. of the plant kuṣṭha = Costus Speciosus AV. (cf. nakhá)

naghuṣa

   naghuṣa m. N. of a man = nahuṣa MaitrUp. Ragh. 
   • n. Tabernaemontana Coronaria Bhpr.

naṅkh

   naṅkh √nakh

naciketa

   na-ciketa na-cira &c. under 2. na, p. 523

naj

   naj cl. 6. Ā. najate, to be ashamed (vḷ. for lajj Dhātup. xxviii, 10 
   • probably invented to explain nagna)

≫ nagna

   nagná mf(ā́)n. naked, new, bare, desolate, desert RV. &c. &c 
   • m. a naked mendicant (esp. a Bauddha, but also a mere hypocrite) Var. VP. 
   • a bard accompanying an army L. 
   • N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • of a poet Cat. 
   • (ā́), f. a naked (wanton) woman AV. v, 7, 8 
   • a girl before menstruation (allowed to go naked) Pañc. iii, 217 
   • Cardiospermum Halicacabum L. (cf. nagaṇā) ; = vāc (vḷ. for nanā́) Naigh. i, 11 Sch. [Cf. Zd. maghna for naghna ; Lith. nu"ṣgas ; Slav. [nag�u] ; Goth. nagaths ; Angl. Sax. nacod ; Eng. naked ; Germ. nackt.]

⋙ nagnakṣapaṇaka

   ○kṣapaṇaka m. a naked mendicant Kād. 
   • mfn. (place) containing (only) naked mendicant Cāṇ.

⋙ nagnaṃkaraṇa

   ○ṃ-karaṇa mf(ī)n. making nṭnaked Pāṇ. 3-2, 56

⋙ nagnacaryā

   ○caryā f. vow to go naked Divyâv.

⋙ nagnajit

   ○jít m. N. of a prince of the Gandhāras (father of one of Kṛishṇa's wives) Br. MBh. 
   • of a writer on architecture (?) VarBṛS. lviii, 4 ; 15 
   • of a poet Cat.

⋙ nagnatā

   ○tā (○gná-), f. (cf. RV. ŚBr.),

⋙ nagnatva

   ○tva n. (cf. Hit.) nakedness

⋙ nagnadhara

   ○dhara m. N. of Sch. on Ragh. Cat.

⋙ nagnanīlapaṭādika

   ○nīlapaṭâdika n. nick-name of Kaṇâda's wks. Cat.

⋙ nagnabhūpatigraha

   ○bhūpati-graha m. N. of a drama

⋙ nagnamuṣita

   ○muṣita mfn. stripped bare, g. rājadantâdi

⋙ nagnambhaviṣṇu

   ○m-bhaviṣṇu mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 57) = -m-bhā́vuka mfn. (cf. ib.) becoming naked, uncovering one's self in a shameless manner TS. Kāṭh.

⋙ nagnavṛtti

   ○vṛtti f. N. of Comm. on Uṇ.

⋙ nagnavratadhara

   ○vratadhara mfn. observing the vow of a naked mendicant (Śiva) Śivag.

⋙ nagnaśramaṇa

   ○śramaṇa (cf. VarBṛS. Sch.) and m. a naked ascetic

⋙ nagnaśravaṇa

   ○śravaṇa (cf. Kāraṇḍ.), m. a naked ascetic

⋙ nagnācārya

   nagnâcārya m. a bard VarBṛS. Sch. (cf. nagná above)

⋙ nagnāṭa

   nagnâṭa and m. a naked wanderer, (esp.) a Buddh. or Jain. mendicant Rājat. L.

⋙ nagnāṭaka

   nagnâḍṭaka m. a naked wanderer, (esp.) a Buddh. or Jain. mendicant Rājat. L.

≫ nagnaka

   nágnaka mf(ikā)n. naked, wanton AV. HPariś. 
   • m. a naked mendicant Pañc. 
   • a bard L. 
   • (ikā), f. a naked or wanton woman L. 
   • a girl before menstruation MBh. Pañc.

≫ nagnī

   nagnī in comp. for ○na

⋙ nagnīkaraṇa

   ○karaṇa n. stripping, undressing W.

⋙ nagnīkṛ

   ○√kṛ to render naked

⋙ nagnīkṛta

   ○kṛta mfn. converted into a nṭnaked mendicant Bhartṛ. i, 64

nañ

   nañ ind. N. of the negat. particle na, negation Pāṇ. 2-1, 60 Vām.v, 2, 13 &c

⋙ nañartha

   ○artha m. the meaning of na 
   • -nirṇaya & -vāda m. (○da-ṭīkā and vivṛti f.) N. of wks. and Comms

⋙ nañvāda

   ○vāda m. N. of wk 
   • -ṭippaṇī f. -viveka m. N. of Comm.'s on it

⋙ nañviveka

   ○viveka

⋙ nañśiromaṇi

   ○śiro-maṇi

⋙ nañsamāsa

   ○samāsa and m. N. of wks

⋙ nañsūtrārthavāda

   ○sūtrârtha-vāda m. N. of wks

nañjarāja

   nañja-rāja m. N. of a king and author (?)

⋙ nañjarājayaśobhūṣaṇa

   ○yaśo-bhūṣaṇa n. N. of wk

naṭ

   naṭ (Prākṛ. for nṛt, q.v.), cl. r. P. naṭati (cf. Dhātup. xix, 19 ; ix, 23) to dance Kāv. 
   • to hurt or injure Vop. (cf. un-√naṭ): Caus. nāṭayati (cf. Dhātup. xxxii, 12) to represent anything (acc.) dramatically, act, perform, imitate Mṛicch. Śak. &c 
   • to fall (cf. √naḍ) 
   • to shine Vop.

≫ naṭa

   naṭa m. (fr. prec 
   • but cf. Uṇ. iv, 104) actor, dancer, mime MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • N. of a partic. caste (sons of degraded Kshatriyas Mn. x, 22) 
   • Colosanthes Indics L. 
   • Jonesia Asoka L. 
   • a sort of reed (= kiṣku-parvan) L. 
   • (in music) N. of a Rāga 
   • N. of a man who with his brother Bhaṭa built a Vihāra) Buddh. 
   • (ā), f. Caesalpina Banducella L. 
   • (ī), f. an actress (g. gaurâdi) Śak. Sāh. &c 
   • a dancer, Nauch girl, courtezan L. 
   • a partic. fragrant plant Bhpr. 
   • red arsenic L. 
   • (in music) N. of a Rāgiṇī

⋙ naṭagaṅgoka

   ○gaṅgoka m. N. of a poet Cat.

⋙ naṭagati

   ○gati f. a kind of metre Col.

⋙ naṭacaryā

   ○caryā f. an actor's performance BhP.

⋙ naṭatā

   ○tā f. office or condition of an aṭactor Hariv. [Page 525, Column 3] 

⋙ naṭanārāyaṇa

   ○nārāyaṇa m. (in music) N. of a Rāga

⋙ naṭapattrikā

   ○pattrikā f. Solanum Melongena L.

⋙ naṭaparṇa

   ○parṇa n. 'actor wing', the skin W.

⋙ naṭabaṭu

   ○baṭu m. a young actor L.

⋙ naṭabhaṭikavihāra

   ○bhaṭika-vihāra m

⋙ naṭabhaṭikā

   ○bhaṭikā f. 'temple of Naṭa and Bhaṭa', N. of a temple Buddh.

⋙ naṭabhūṣaṇa

   ○bhūṣaṇa and n. 'actor's ornament', orpiment L.

⋙ naṭamaṇḍana

   ○maṇḍana n. 'actor's ornament', orpiment L.

⋙ naṭaraṅga

   ○raṅga m. 'actor's arena', anything illusory Buddh.

⋙ naṭavara

   ○vara (cf. W.) or (cf. MW.), m. chief actor or dancer

⋙ naṭaśreṣṭha

   ○śreṣṭha (cf. MW.), m. chief aṭactor or dancer

⋙ naṭasaṃjñaka

   ○saṃjñaka m. orpiment L. an aṭactor or dancer W. (cf. -bhūṣaṇa)

⋙ naṭasūtra

   ○sūtra n. rules for actor Pāṇ. 4-3, 110

⋙ naṭāntikā

   naṭântikā f. 'actor-killing, aṭactor-spoiling', shame, modesty L. (v. l. ○ndhikā)

⋙ naṭeśvara

   naṭêśvara m. 'lord of dancers', N. of Śiva W.

≫ naṭaka

   naṭaka m. an actor L.

⋙ naṭakamelaka

   ○melaka n. 'company of actors', N. of a comedy

≫ naṭana

   naṭana n. dancing, dance, pantomime Kautukas.

⋙ naṭanānandanātha

   naṭaḍnânanda-nātha m. N. of an author Cat.

≫ naṭanīya

   naṭanīya mfn. to be danced Gīt.

≫ naṭita

   naṭita mfn. disgusted with, tired of (instr.) HPariś. 
   • n. acting, representation MW.

≫ naṭī

   naṭī f. naṭa, above

⋙ naṭīsuta

   ○suta m. the son of a dancing girl MW.

≫ naṭyā

   naṭyā f. a company of actors, g. pāśâdi

naṭṭa

   naṭṭa or ○ṭaka m. ○ṭā f. (in music) N. of a Rāgiṇī

⋙ naṭṭakalyāṇa

   ○kalyāṇa and m. id

⋙ naṭṭanārāyaṇa

   ○nārāyaṇa (cf. naṭa-n○), m. id

⋙ naṭṭapaṭṭagrāma

   ○paṭṭa-grāma m. N. of a village Cat.

⋙ naṭṭamallārikā

   ○mallārikā

⋙ naṭṭavarāṭikā

   ○varāṭikā and f. N. of Rāgiṇīs

⋙ naṭṭahambīrā

   ○hambīrā f. N. of Rāgiṇīs

naḍ 1

   naḍ cl. 10. P. nāḍayati, to fall Vop. in Dhātup. xxxii, 12 (cf. √naṭ)

≫ naḍ 2

   naḍ in comp. and word-formation for naḍa

⋙ naḍantikā

   ○antikā f. 'reed-destroying', N. of a river Vishṇ. (cf. naṭânt○)

⋙ naḍbhuvaka

   ○bhuvaka m. N. of a poet Cat.

⋙ naḍvat

   ○vat mfn. covered with reeds Pāṇ. 4-2, 87

⋙ naḍvala

   ○vala mf(ā)n.= -vat, iv, 2, 88 
   • n. a quantity of river, river-bed MBh. Ragh. 
   • (ā́), f. id. VS. 
   • N. of the wife of Manu Cākshusha Hariv. Pur. (vḷ. navalā 
   • cf. nāḍvaleya)

⋙ naḍvābhū

   ○vābhū (?), f. = kuṭṭima L.

≫ naḍa

   naḍá or m. (cf. L. also n.) a species of reed, Arundo Tibialis or Karka RV. AV. ŚBr.

⋙ naḻa

   naḻá m. (L. also n.) a species of reed, Arundo Tibialis or Karka RV. AV. ŚBr. 
   • N. of a prince with the patr. Naishidhs ŚBr. (= Nala Naishadha Sch.) 
   • of a Nāga L. 
   • of a partic. tribe whose employment is making a sort of glass bracelet W. (cf. nala)

⋙ naḍakūbara

   ○kūbara m. N. of a son of Kubera Kathās. (cf. nala-)

⋙ naḍaneri

   ○neri f. (in music) a kind of dance

⋙ naḍaprāya

   ○prâya mfn. abounding in reeds L.

⋙ naḍabhakta

   ○bhakta mfn. inhabited by Naḍa (?), g. aiṣukāry-ādi (vḷ. nada-)

⋙ naḍamaya

   ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting or made of reeds Kauś.

⋙ naḍamīna

   ○mīna m. 'reeds-fish', a kind of sprat L.

⋙ naḍavana

   ○vana n. 'reeds-thicket' L. 
   • N. of a place Rājat.

⋙ naḍasaṃhati

   ○saṃhati f. 'id.' L.

⋙ naḍāgāra

   naḍâgāra n. reeds-hut MW.

⋙ nadāgiri

   nadā-giri m. (g. kiṃ-śulakâdi) N. of an elephant Kathās.

≫ naḍaka

   naḍaka n. the hollow of a bone KātyŚr.

⋙ naḍakīya

   naḍḍakīya mfn. abounding in reeds Pāṇ. 4-2, 91

⋙ ḍasa

   ḍasa mfn. id., g. tṛṇâdi

≫ naḍinī

   naḍinī f. a reed bed, g. puṣkarâdi

⋙ naḍila

   naḍḍila mfn. reedy, covered with reeds, g. kāśâdi

≫ naḍyā

   naḍyā f. a reed bed L.

naḍaha

   naḍaha mfn. lovely, beautiful (prob. wṛ. for laḍaha)

naḍuvāha

   naḍu-vāha m. N. of a poet Cat. (for naḍ-v○, or naḍa-v○?)

nat

   nat mfn. (√nam) bowing, bowing one's self (ifc.) MW.

≫ nata

   natá mfn. bent, bowed, curved, inclined, inclining RV. &c. &c 
   • bowing to, saluting (acc. or gen.) BhP. vi, 9, 40 ; v, 18, 4 
   • depressed, sunk, flat 
   • deep, hanging down MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • ifc. bent down by or turned towards (cf. vāma- add.) 
   • cerebralized (as the letter n, cf. nati) RPrāt. 
   • m. n. Tabernaemontana Coronaria L. 
   • n. zenith-distance at meridian transit Sūryas. 
   • hour-angle or distance in time from meridian ib. 
   • inclination ib.

⋙ natakaṃdhara

   ○kaṃdhara mfn. bowing (the neck) MW.

⋙ natakāla

   ○kāla m. hour-angle ( above) Sūryas. Sch.

⋙ nataghaṭikā

   ○ghaṭikā f. id. ib.

⋙ natajyā

   ○jyā f. the sine of the hour-angle MW.

⋙ natadruma

   ○druma m. = latā-śāla (bower?) L.

⋙ natanāḍikā

   ○nāḍikā or f. = -kāla L.

⋙ natanāḍī

   ○nāḍī f. = -kāla L. 
   • any hour of birth after noon or before midnight W.

⋙ natanābhi

   ○nābhi mfn. 'deep-naveled', thin, slender Kum. i, 38

⋙ natanāsika

   ○nāsika mfn. flat-nosed Var.

⋙ nataparvan

   ○parvan mfn. (arrow) flat-jointed, smooth MBh. v, 7143 Śak. vii, 162 (read adhunā nata○)

⋙ natabhāga

   ○bhāga m. zenith-distance at meridian transit Sūryas.

⋙ natabhrū

   ○bhrū mfn. having arched brows or bending the brows, frowning Vikr. iv, 28

⋙ natamukha

   ○mukha mf(ī)n. bending down the face, looking down Rājat. [Page 526, Column 1] 

⋙ natamūrdhan

   ○mūrdhan mfn. bending or hanging down the head W. =

⋙ natāṃśa

   natâṃśa m. = ○ta-bhāga Sūryas.

⋙ natāgranāsa

   natâgra-nāsa mfn. = ○ta-nāsika Var.

⋙ natāṅga

   natâṅga mf(ī)n. bent, curved, bowed, stooping W. 
   • (ī), f. a (smooth- or round-limbed) woman Mālatīm. i, 38

⋙ natodara

   natôdara mfn. = ○ta-nābhi MBh. vii, 2735

⋙ natonnata

   natônnata mfn. depressed and elevated 
   • -bhūmi-bhāga mfn. (path) with depressed and eṭelevated portions of ground Śak. iv, 14 
   • -bhrū mfn. depressing and elevating the eye-brows, frowning MW.

≫ nati

   nati f. bending, bowing, stooping, modesty, humility Kāv. Śatr. &c 
   • inclination or parallax in latitude Sūryas. 
   • curvature, crookedness W. 
   • the change of a dental letter to a cerebral Prāt.

⋙ natitati

   ○tati f. excessive humbleness Kāv.

⋙ natyakṣara

   naty-akṣara n. a letter subject to cerebralization (e.g. the letter n) Prāt.

natamaṃhas

   na-tam-aṃhas the beginning of RV. x, 126 (cf. Mn. xi, 252)

natamām

   na-tamām and na-tarām, 2. na

natyūha

   natyūha m. prob. = dātyūha R. (B.)

natra

   natra n. (in music) a kind of dance

nad

   nad cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. iii, 17) nádati (ep. also ○te 
   • pf. nanāda, nedur, nedire MBh. 
   • aor. [an�AdIt] Gr 
   • fut. nadiṣyati, ○ditā ib.) to sound, thunder, roar, cry, howl &c. (also with nādám, śabdam, svanam &c.) AV. &c. &c.: Pass. nadyate MBh.: Caus. nadáyati, ○te, to make resound or vibrate RV. 
   • nādayati, ○te, to make resonant, fill wish noises or cries MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • aor. anīnadat Gr 
   • Pass. nādyate MBh.: Desid. ninadiṣati Gr.: Intens. 3. pl. nā́nadati, p. nā́nadat RV. 
   • 3. sg. nānadyate, p. ○dyamāna Br. MBh. to vibrate or sound violently, to roar, howl, cry, neigh &c

≫ nada

   nadá m. a roarer, bellower, thunderer, crier, neigher &c. (as a cloud, horse, bull, met. a man, i, 179, 4) RV. 
   • N. of RV. viii, 58, 2 (beginning with nadam) ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. 
   • a river (if thought of as male, ifc. ind. -nadam 
   • cf. nadī) Mn. MBh. &c 
   • = naḍa, reed RV. i, 32, 8 
   • (ī), f. nadī́

⋙ nadadhra

   ○dhra mfn. (for dhara?) possessing rivers Kāv.

⋙ nadanadī

   ○nadī (in comp.) the male and female rivers 
   • -pati m. 'lord of male and female rivers', N. of the Sindhu Hariv. 
   • of the ocean MBh. R. 
   • -bhartṛ m. 'id.', the ocean MBh.

⋙ nadabhakta

   ○bhakta naḍa-bh○

⋙ nadabhartṛ

   ○bhartṛ m. 'lord of rivers', the ocean Śiś.

⋙ nadarāja

   ○rāja m. id 
   • -sutā f. N. of Śrī Śiś. ix, 30

≫ nadat

   nadat mf(antī)n. sounding, resounding, roaring 
   • m. N. of an Āṅgirasa ĀrshBr.

≫ nadathu

   nadathu m. noise, clamour, din ChUp. iii, 23, 8

≫ nadana

   nadana mfn. sounding Nir. v, 2

⋙ nadaniman

   nadaḍnimán mfn. humming, murmuring AV. v, 23, 8

⋙ nadanu

   nadaḍnú m. noise, din RV. viii, 21, 14 
   • the sound of approbation MW. 
   • war, battle Naigh. ii, 17 
   • a cloud (nadánu) Uṇ. iii, 52 Sch. 
   • a lion L. 
   • -mát mfn. roaring, thundering RV. vi, 18, 2

≫ nadara

   nadara mfn. g. aśmâdi

≫ nadasya

   nadasya Nom. Ā. ○śyate to roar Divyâv.

≫ nadi

   nadí m. a crier, caller RV. v, 74, 2 (= stuti Sāy.) 
   • ifc., nadī

⋙ nadija

   ○ja m. (for ○dī-) Lablab Vulgaris L.

≫ nadikā

   nadikā next

≫ nadī

   nadī́ f. flowing water, a river (commonly personified as a female 
   • but nadá above) RV. &c. &c. (ifc. nadikā 
   • cf. ku-nadikā and giri- 
   • ind. -nadi 
   • cf. upa-nadi [beside -nadam, fr. nadá Pāṇ. 5-4, 110]) 
   • N. of 2 kinds of metre Col. 
   • of partic. fem. stems ending in ī or ū (as nadī itself) Pāṇ. 1-4, 3, &c

⋙ nadīkadamba

   ○kadamba m. N. of a plant L.

⋙ nadīkānta

   ○kānta m. 'lover of rivers', the ocean L. 
   • Vitex Negundo or Barringtonia Acutangula L. 
   • (ā), f. Eugenia Jambolana or Leea Hirta L. 
   • a creeper (= latā) L.

⋙ nadīkāśyapa

   ○kāśyapa m. N. of a contemporary of Śākya-muni Buddh.

⋙ nadīkūla

   ○kūla n. bank of a river Cāṇ. 
   • -priya m. Calamus Rotang L.

⋙ nadīkṣetrādimāhātmya

   ○kṣetrâdimāhātmya n. N. of ch. of SkandaP.

⋙ nadīja

   ○ja mfn. river-born, coming from a rṭriver (horses) MBh. 
   • m. patr. of Bhīshma ib. 
   • N. of plants (Terminalia Arjuna, Barringtonia Acutangula, Lablab Vulgaris, or a species of reed = yāvanāla-śara) L. 
   • antimony Suśr. 
   • (ā), f. = next 
   • n. a lotus W.

⋙ nadījāta

   ○jāta m. Premna Spinosa or Longifolia L.

⋙ nadījña

   ○jña mfn. knowing the course of rṭriver MW.

⋙ nadītaṭa

   ○taṭa m. = -kūla Var.

⋙ nadītara

   ○tara mfn. crossing a river L. 
   • m. swimming across a river Yājñ. [Page 526, Column 2] 
   • -sthala or -sthāna n. landing-place, ferry L.

⋙ nadītīra

   ○tīra n. = -kūla Kāv.

⋙ nadīdatta

   ○datta m. 'river-given', N. of a Bodhi-sattva

⋙ nadīdoha

   ○doha m. river-toll or tribute L.

⋙ nadīdhara

   ○dhara m. 'bearer of the river (Ganges)', N. of Śiva Śivag. -2

⋙ nadīna

   ○"ṣna (○dī7na), m. 'lord of rṭriver', the ocean Kathās. 
   • N. of Varuṇa Kāv. 
   • of a son of Saha-deva and father of Jagat-sena Hariv.

⋙ nadīnada

   ○nada m. pl. (cf. Mn. vi, 90) or n. sg. (cf. MBh. viii, 4068) = nada-nadī (above)

⋙ nadīnātha

   ○nātha m. 'lord of river', the ocean Kāv.

⋙ nadīniṣpāva

   ○niṣpāva m. Lablab Vulgaris L.

⋙ nadīpaṅka

   ○paṅka m. or n. 'river-mud', the marshy bank of a river R.

⋙ nadīpati

   ○patí m. lord of flowing waters VS. 
   • the ocean R. 
   • sea-water ŚBr.

⋙ nadīpūra

   ○pūra m. 'river-flood', a swollen river Amar.

⋙ nadībhallātaka

   ○bhallātaka m. a kind of plant (= bhojanaka) Suśr. Sch.

⋙ nadībhava

   ○bhava n. 'river-born', rṭriver-salt

⋙ nadīmātṛka

   ○mātṛka mfn. 'river-nourished', well watered L. 
   • -tā Naish.

⋙ nadīmārga

   ○mārga m. course of a river R.

⋙ nadīmukha

   ○mukha n. mouth of a river R. 
   • a kind of grain (cf. nandī-m○) MW.

⋙ nadīraya

   ○raya m. the current of a river ib.

⋙ nadīvakra

   ○vakra n

⋙ nadīvaṅka

   ○vaṅka m. the bend or arm of a rṭriver L.

⋙ nadīvaṭa

   ○vaṭa m. a kind of tree (= vaṭī) L.

⋙ nadīvāsa

   ○vāsa m. standing in a river (a form of penance) Kāv.

⋙ nadīvṛt

   ○vṛ́t mfn. stream-obstructing (Vṛitra) RV.

⋙ nadīvega

   ○vega m.= -raya W.

⋙ nadīvelā

   ○velā f. the current or tide of a rṭriver ib.

⋙ nadīśa

   ○"ṣśa (○dī7śa), m. 'lord of the rṭriver', the ocean Pañc.

⋙ nadīṣṇa

   ○ṣṇa mfn. (√snā) familiar with (lit. bathing in) river Ragh. Bhaṭṭ. 
   • skilful, experienced, clever (cf. ati-n○ add.)

⋙ nadīsaṃtāra

   ○saṃtāra m. crossing a river L.

⋙ nadīsarja

   ○sarja m. Terminalia Arjuna

⋙ nadyambujīvana

   nady-ambujīvana mfn. (country) thriving by river-water L.

⋙ nadyāmra

   nady-āmra m. a kind of plant L.

≫ nadīya

   nadīya m. or n. N. of a locality W.

≫ nadeyī

   nadeyī wṛ. for nādeyī, q.v

nadāla

   nadāla n. a potsherd (cf. kumbhī- add.)

naddha

   naddhá mfn. (√nah) bound, tied, bound on or round, put on, fastened to (comp.) AV. &c. &c 
   • joined, connected, covered, wound, inlaid, interwoven (with instr. or ifc.) MBh. Kāv. 
   • obstructed or impeded (oṣṭhābhyām, by the lips, said of a faulty pronunciation) RPrāt. 
   • n. tie, band, fetter, knot, string, trace AV. &c

⋙ naddhavimokṣa

   ○vimokṣa m. the getting loose or breaking of a trace GṛS. 
   • deliverance from fastenings or fetters MW.

≫ naddhavya

   naddhavya mfn. to be bound or tied &c. Pāṇ. 8-2, 34 Kāś.

≫ naddhi

   naddhi f. binding, fastening (cf. barsa-)

≫ naddhrī

   naddhrī f. a strip of leather L.

≫ nadbhyas

   nad-bhyas 2. náh

nanandṛ

   nanandṛ (cf. L.) or nánāndṛ (cf. RV. x, 85, 46), f. a husband's sister

⋙ nanāndṛpati

   nanāndṛ-pati or m. the husband of a hṭhusband's sister L.

⋙ nanānduhpati

   nanānḍduh-pati m. the husband of a hṭhusband's sister L.

nanā

   nanā́ f. fam. expression for 'mother' RV. ix, 112, 3 (cf. 2. tatá) 
   • = vāc Naigh. i, 11

nanu

   na-nú ind. (2. ná + nu) not, not at all, never RV. AV. ; (interr.) not? is it not? = nonne AV. ŚBr. &c. &c. (hence often = ) certainly, surely, indeed, no doubt (esp. in questions amounting to an affirmation, e.g. nanv ahaṃ te priyaḥ, am I not your friend, i.e. certainly I am your friend Daś. [so also na ca, there can be no doubt Pāṇ. 2-3, 11 ; 29 Kāś.], or to a request, e.g. nanu gacchāmi bhoḥ, surely I may go Pāṇ. 8-1, 43 Kāś., and even as a responsive particle, e.g. akārṣīḥ kaṭamnanu karomi bhoḥ, indeed I have made it ib. 
   • with another interr. or an Impv. = pray, please, e.g. nanu ko bhavān, pray who are you? Mṛicch. x, 48/49 
   • nanū7cyatām, please tell ib. 52/53 
   • in argument often as an inceptive particle implying doubt or objection, 'now it may be said, well, but then' &c., esp. in nanv astu, or nanu mā bhūt-tathâpi, well, be it so or not so-nevertheless) 
   • a vocat. particle implying kindness or reproach or perplexity &c. L.

nantavya

   nantavya mfn. (√nam) to be bent or bowed 
   • to be saluted or honoured W.

≫ nantṛ

   nantṛ mfn. bending, bowing 
   • changing a dental to a cerebral RPrāt.

≫ nantva

   nántva mfn. to be bent RV. ii, 24, 2

nand

   nand cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. iii, 30) fut. nándati, ep. also ○te (pf. nananda MBh. 
   • fut. nandiṣyate ib., ○diṣyati and ○ditā Gr 
   • aor. anandīt 
   • inf. nanditum ib.) to rejoice, delight, to be pleased or satisfied with, be glad of (instr., rarely abl.) RV. &c. &c.: Pass. nandyate MBh. &c.: Caus. nandayati, ○te aor. ananandat, to make glad, gladden Up. MBh. &c.: Desid. ninandiṣati Gr.: Intens. nānandyate Pāṇ. 6-4, 24 Kāś. [Page 526, Column 3] 

≫ nanda

   nánda m. joy, delight, happiness (also pl.) AV. VS. &c 
   • (in mus.) a flute 7 inches long 
   • N. of one of Yudhi-shṭhira's 2 drums MBh. 
   • of one of Kubera's 9 gems L. 
   • a son (in gopa- add 
   • cf. nandana) 
   • N. of Vishnu MBh. 
   • of one of Skanda's attendants ib. 
   • of a Nāga ib. 
   • (also -ka) 
   • of a Buddh. deity Lalit. 
   • of an attendant on Daksha BhP. 
   • of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra (also -ka) MBh. 
   • of a step-brother and disciple of Gautama Buddha MWB. 441 
   • of a son of Vasu-deva Pur. 
   • of the foster-father of Kṛishṇa and ancestor of Durgā MBh. Hariv. Pur. &c. (also -ka L.) 
   • of a leader of the Sātvatas BhP. 
   • of a king of Pāṭali-putra and founder of a dynasty consisting of 9 successive princes
   HPariś. Pur. Kathās. Pañc. &c 
   • of the number 9 (because of the 9 Nandas) Jyot. 
   • of sev. scholars and authors Cat. 
   • of a mountain BhP. (cf. -parvata and nandi-giri) 
   • (ā), f. Delight, Felicity (personified as wife of Harsha 
   • cf. nandi) MBh. i, 2597 
   • prosperity, happiness L. 
   • a small earthen water-jar (also ○dikā) L. 
   • a husband's sister (cf. nanāndṛ) L. 
   • N. of the 3 auspicious Tithis (1st, 6th, and 11th day of the fortnight) VarBṛS. ic, 2 (also ○dikā L.) 
   • of the 7th day in Mārgaśīrsha Hcat. 
   • (in music) of a Mūrchanā 
   • of Gaurī Hcat. 
   • of an Apsaras Hariv. 
   • of a daughter of Vibhīshaṇa L. 
   • of a girl connected with Sākya-muni Buddh. 
   • of the mother of 10th Arhat of present Ava-sarpiṇī L. 
   • of the wife of Gopāla-varman Rājat. 
   • of a river flowing near Kubera's city Alakā MBh. BhP. 
   • (ī), f. Cedrela Toona Suśr. 
   • a kind of song or musical instrument MānGṛ. 
   • N. of the 6th day in a month's light half ib. 
   • of Durgā, DeviiP. 
   • of Indra's city W. 
   • n. a kind of house Gal.

⋙ nandakiśora

   ○kiśora m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nandakumāra

   ○kumāra m. 'Nanda's son', patr. of Kṛishṇa Bhām. 
   • N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nandagopa

   ○gopa m. the cowherd Nanda's Hariv. 
   • -kula n. his family (○le jātā or ○lôdbhavā f. 'descended from Nanda family', Durgā MBh.) 
   • -kumāra m. 'son of Nanda', N. of Kṛishṇa BhP.

⋙ nandagopitā

   ○gopitā f. N. of a plant (= rāsnā) L.

⋙ nandadāsa

   ○dāsa m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nandadeva

   ○deva m. N. of a king ib.

⋙ nandanandana

   ○nandana m. = -kumāra L. 
   • (ī), f. 'Nanda's daughter', N. of Durgā ib.

⋙ nandanātha

   ○nātha and m. N. of authors Cat.

⋙ nandapaṇḍita

   ○paṇḍita m. N. of authors Cat.

⋙ nandapadra

   ○padra m. or n. N. of a town ib.

⋙ nandaparvata

   ○parvata m. king Nanda compared with a mountain Kām.

⋙ nandapāla

   ○pāla m. 'guardian of the treasure Nanda', i.e. Varuna L. (cf. above)

⋙ nandaputra

   ○putra m. = -kumāra (○trôtsava m. N. of ch. of BrahmaP. iv) 
   • (ī), f. = -kumārī

⋙ nandaprabhañjanavarman

   ○prabhañjana-varman m. N. of a man L.

⋙ nandaprayāga

   ○prayāga m. N. of a place (at the confluence of 2 rivers whose names contain nanda) Rasik.

⋙ nandabalā

   ○balā f. N. of a girl connected with Gautama Buddha Lalit.

⋙ nandamitra

   ○mitra (?), m. N. of a man ib.

⋙ nandarāma

   ○rāma

⋙ nandalāla

   ○lāla

⋙ nandavardhana

   ○vardhana and m. N. of authors Cat.

⋙ nandaśarman

   ○śarman m. N. of authors Cat.

⋙ nandasāra

   ○sāra m. N. of a king VP.

⋙ nandasuta

   ○suta m. = -kumāra Bhām.

⋙ nandasundara

   ○sundara m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nandasūnu

   ○sūnu m. = -suta, Vṛishabhân

⋙ nandātmaja

   nandâtmaja m. id. Gīt. 
   • (ā), f. N. of Durgā L.

⋙ nandāśrama

   nandâśrama m. N. of a hermitage MBh.

⋙ nandopananda

   nandôpananda m. N. of a Nāga L. 
   • voc. (used as an exclamation of sorrow) alas! woe is me! Divyâv. 
   • -saṃjñā f. du. N. of 2 Kumārīs on Indra's standard VarBṛS. xliii, 39

⋙ nandopākhyāna

   nandôpâkhyāna n. N. of wk

≫ nandaka

   nandaka mfn. delighting in (comp.) MBh. 
   • rejoicing, gladdening, making happy (esp. a family) L. 
   • m. joy, delight L. 
   • a frog L. 
   • N. of Kṛishṇa's sword MBh. 
   • (○kin m. its possessor, i.e. Kṛishṇa ib.) 
   • of a bull Pañc. 
   • of a village Rājat. (cf. also under nanda, m.) 
   • (ikā), f. N. of Ind-a's pleasure-ground L. (cf. ib., f. ā)

≫ nandaki

   nandaki m. (√nand?) long pepper L.

≫ nandathu

   nandathu m. joy, delight, happiness L.

≫ nandana

   nandana mf(ā)n. (the initial n is not changeable to ṇ g. kṣubhnâdi) rejoicing, gladdening (cf. ○daka) MBh. Var. Pañc. 
   • m. a son Yājñ. MBh. Kāv. &c. (ifc. also ○naka MBh.) 
   • a frog (cf. ○daka) L. 
   • a kind of poisonous plant, Śuśr. (also f. Sch.) 
   • a partic. form of temple Var. 
   • (in music) a kind of measure 
   • N. of Vishṇu or Śiva MBh. 
   • of an attendant of Skanda ib. 
   • of a Siddha BhP. 
   • of a Buddh. deity Lalit. (vḷ. nanda) 
   • (with Jainas) of the 7th of the 9 white Balas 
   • of a mountain Pur. 
   • of sev. authors (also -bhaṭṭâcārya and -miśra) Cat. 
   • of the 26th year in a Jupiter cycle of 60 years Var. 
   • (ā), f. daughter (cf. kula-) 
   • n. gladdening or gladness MBh. a divine garden, (esp.) Indra's paradise MBh. Kāv. &c. [Page 527, Column 1] 
   • N. of a sword R. (cf. ○daka) 
   • N. of a metre Col.

⋙ nandanakānana

   ○kānana n. N. of a wood Rasik.

⋙ nandanaja

   ○ja m. 'grown in the divine garden', yellow sandal-wood L.

⋙ nandanadruma

   ○druma m. tree of the dṭdivine garden Kum.

⋙ nandanamālā

   ○mālā f. N. of a garland worn by Kṛishṇa L.

⋙ nandanavana

   ○vana n. divine grove R.

⋙ nandanodbhava

   nandanôdbhava m. = ○na-ja Gal.

≫ nandanta

   nandanta mf(ī)n. rejoicing, gladdening 
   • m. son, friend, king 
   • (ī), f. daughter L.

≫ nandayat

   nandayat mf(antī)n. = prec. mfn

⋙ nandayanta

   nanḍdayanta mf(ī)n. id. L. 
   • (ī), f. N. of a woman Kathās.

⋙ nandayitṛ

   nanḍdayitṛ mfn. giving joy, making happy MW.

≫ nandā

   nandā f. of nanda, q.v

⋙ nandātīrtha

   ○tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.

⋙ nandāpurāṇa

   ○purāṇa n. N. of an Upapur. (cf. nandī-p○)

⋙ nandāprācīmāhātmya

   ○prācī-māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nandāhradatīrtha

   ○hrada-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.

≫ nandi

   nandi m. 'the happy one', N. of Vishṇu MBh. 
   • of Śiva ib. 
   • of an attendant of Śiva TĀr. MBh. &c 
   • of a Gandharva MBh. 
   • of a man Pravar. 
   • the speaker of a prologue W. (wṛ. for nāndin) 
   • f. joy, happiness, welfare MBh. &c. (also m. n. L.) 
   • Joy personified as daughter of Heaven or as wife of Kāma and mother of Harsha Pur. 
   • n. = dyūta and dyūtâṅga L. 
   • (with Jainas) a class of sacred writings (m. or f. ?) MWB. 533

⋙ nandikara

   ○kara mfn. causing joy or happiness (with gen.) MBh. ii, 740 
   • m. son of (comp.) MBh. (cf. nandana) 
   • N. of Śiva ib.

⋙ nandikuṇḍa

   ○kuṇḍa m. or n. N. of a sacred bathing-place ib.

⋙ nandikṣetra

   ○kṣetra n. a district frequented by gods Rājat.

⋙ nandigiri

   ○giri m. N. of a mountain 
   • -māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nandigupta

   ○gupta m. N. of a prince of Kaśmīra Rājat.

⋙ nandigrāma

   ○grāma m. N. of a village near Daulatābād (where Bharata resided during Rāma's banishment MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • -darśana n. N. of ch. of PadmaP.

⋙ nandighoṣa

   ○ghoṣa m. cry or music of joy, (esp.) the proclamation of a panegyrist or herald MBh. R. 
   • Arjuna's chariot L. 
   • -vijaya m. N. of a drama

⋙ nandija

   ○ja n. Lablab Vulgaris Gal.

⋙ nanditaru

   ○taru m. Anogeissus Latifolia Bhpr.

⋙ nanditūrya

   ○tūrya n. a musical instrument played on joyful occasions MBh. Hariv.

⋙ nandideva

   ○deva m. N. of a man Kathās. 
   • ○vii f. common N. of one of the loftiest Himalayan peaks MW.

⋙ nandidharma

   ○dharma m. Nandi's or Nandin's precepts Cat.

⋙ nandināgaraka

   ○nāgaraka mfn. N. of a partic. written character Hcat.

⋙ nandināgarī

   ○nāgarī f. a partic. kind of writing L.

⋙ nandipadacchandas

   ○pada-cchandas n. N. of wk. on Prākṛit metres (in Prākṛ.) Cat.

⋙ nandipuramāhātmya

   ○pura-māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nandipurāṇa

   ○purāṇa n. N. of a Pur. (cf. nandikêśvara-p○ and nandī7śvara-p○)

⋙ nandibharata

   ○bharata m. or n. N. of wk. on music

⋙ nandimukha

   ○mukha m. a species of rice Suśr. 
   • N. of a man Rājat. 
   • -sughoṣa m. N. of a man (○ṣâvadāna n. N. of wk. Buddh.)

⋙ nandiyaśas

   ○yaśas m. N. of a prince VP.

⋙ nandirudra

   ○rudra m. N. of Śiva in a joyful or serene form Rājat.

⋙ nandivardha

   ○vardha m. N. a prince (cf. next) R.

⋙ nandivardhana

   ○vardhana mfn. increasing pleasure, promoting happiness (with gen.) MBh. BhP. 
   • m. son MBh. R. 
   • friend L. 
   • the end of a half-month, the day of full moon or of new moon L. 
   • a partic. form of temple Var. (cf. nandana and ○din) 
   • (in music) a kind of measure 
   • N. of Śiva MBh. 
   • of a prince (son of Udāvasu) R. VP. 
   • of a son of Janaka VP. 
   • of a son of Udayâśva L. 
   • of a son of Rājaka BhP. 
   • of a son of A-jaya ib. 
   • of a brother of Mahāviira, m. N. of a town Siṃhâs.

⋙ nandivarman

   ○varman m. N. of a man L.

⋙ nandivāralaka

   ○vāralaka m. a species of fish Suśr.

⋙ nandivivardhana

   ○vivardhana mfn. = -vardhana mfn. R.

⋙ nandivṛkṣa

   ○vṛkṣa

⋙ nandivṛkṣaka

   ○vṛkṣḍaka m. Cedrela Toona Bhpr. (cf. ○dI-vR○)

⋙ nandivega

   ○vega m. pl. N. of a people MBh.

⋙ nandiśikhā

   ○śikhā f. N. of wk

⋙ nandiṣeṇa

   ○ṣeṇa m.= -sena, in ○ṇêśvara n. N. of Liṅga PadmaP.

⋙ nandisena

   ○sena m. N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh.

⋙ nandisvāmin

   ○svāmin m. N. of a grammarian Cat.

⋙ nandīśa

   nandī7śa m. (○ndi or ○ndin or ○ndī + īśa?) N. of an attendant of Śiva Rājat. 
   • of Śiva himself W. 
   • (in music) a kind of measure

⋙ nandīśvara

   nandī7śvara m. (○ndi or ○ndin or ○ndī + īśv○) N. of Śiva MBh. 
   • N. of the chief of Śiva's attendants BhP. (cf. nandin) 
   • of one of Kubera's attendants MBh. 
   • N. of a place held sacred by the Jainas Śatr. 
   • of an author Cat. 
   • (in music) a kind of measure 
   • -purāṇa, -māhātmya n. ○rôtpatti f. N. of wks

⋙ nandyāvarta

   nandy-āvarta m. a kind of diagram MBh. Var. (cf. ○ndikâv○) 
   • anything so formed (e.g. a dish or vessel) MBh. vii, 2930 (cf. Nīlak.), a palace or temple VarBṛS. lī, 32 (also n. L.) 
   • a cake, MnGṛh 
   • a species of large fish L. 
   • Tabemaemontana Coronaria L. 
   • the holy fig-tree L. 
   • any tree L. 
   • a kind of shell L. 
   • cf. MWB. 523 
   • (in music) a partic. attitude in dancing

⋙ nandyupapurāṇa

   nandy-upapurāṇa and n. N. of wks

⋙ nandyupākhyāna

   nandy-upâkhyāna n. N. of wks

≫ nandika

   nandika mfn. Cedrela Toona L. 
   • N. of one of Śiva's attendants Cat. [Page 527, Column 2] 
   • of a pupil of Gautama Buddha (chief of the village Uru-vilvā) Lalit.

⋙ nandikācāryatantra

   nandiḍkâcāryatantra n. N. of a medic. wk

⋙ nandikāvarta

   nandiḍkâvarta m. a kind of diagram Lalit. (= nandy-āv○) 
   • a species of plant Var.

⋙ nandikeśa

   nandiḍkêśa m. N. of a holy place, Śivap 
   • -liṅga n. N. of ch. of the ŚivaP.

⋙ nandikeśvara

   nandiḍkêśvara m. N. of one of Śiva's attendants Hariv. (= nandi, ○ndin) 
   • of an author Cat. 
   • -kārikā or -kāśikā f. N. of a mystic. interpretation of the Śiva-sūtras 
   • -tārâvatī f. N. of wk 
   • tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place ŚivaP. 
   • -purāṇa n. N. of an Upapur 
   • -saṃhitā f. N. of wk 
   • ○râbhiṣeka m. N. of ch. of LiṅgaP. 
   • ○rôtpatti f. N. of ch. of ŚivaP.

≫ nandin

   nandin mfn. (initial n cannot be cerebralized, g. kṣubhnâdi) rejoicing, gladdening (ifc.) MBh. Kāv. 
   • delighting in, liking ib. 
   • m. son (ifc 
   • cf. bhâskara-n○) 
   • the speaker of a prologue (cf. nāndin L.) 
   • N. of sev. plants (the Indian fig-tree, Thespesia Opulneoides &c.) L. 
   • a partic. form of temple Var. (cf. ○ndi-vardhana) 
   • N. of an attendant of Śiva MBh. Hariv. &c. (cf. nandi, ○ndī7śa, ○ndikeśvara) 
   • of Śiva's bull W. 
   • of sev. authors Cat.

≫ nandinī

   nandinī f. a daughter MBh. &c 
   • a husband's sister (= nanāndṛ) L. 
   • N. of Durgā MatsyaP. 
   • of Gaṅgā L. 
   • of the river Bāṇa-nāsa BrahmaP. 
   • of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh. 
   • of a fabulous cow (mother of Śurabhi and property of the sage Vasishṭha) MBh. Ragh. 
   • of the mother of Vyāḍi L. 
   • N. of sev. plants (= tulasī, jaṭāmāṃsī &c.) L. 
   • a kind of perfume (reṇukā) Bhpr. 
   • a kind of metre Col. 
   • (in music) a partic. composition 
   • N. of a locality MBh. 
   • of Comm. on Mn.

⋙ nandinītanaya

   ○tanaya m. metron. of Vyāḍi L. (cf. above)

⋙ nandinītīrtha

   ○tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place SkandaP.

⋙ nandinīputra

   ○putra m. metron. of Kaṇâda Gal.

⋙ nandinīsuta

   ○suta m. = -tanaya L.

≫ nandī

   nandī f. of nanda, q.v

⋙ nandīcarita

   ○carita n. N. of wk

⋙ nandīpati

   ○pati m. N. of a man Cat.

⋙ nandīpura

   ○pura n. N. of a town Cat.

⋙ nandīpurāṇa

   ○purāṇa n. N. of a Pur.

⋙ nandīmukha

   ○mukha (cf. ○ndi-m○), m. N. of Śiva MBh. 
   • a kind of water-bird Bhpr. 
   • a species of rice Suśr. 
   • pl. a kind of Manes L. (wṛ. for nāndī-m○) 
   • (ī), f. sleep L.

⋙ nandīvṛkṣa

   ○vṛkṣa m. N. of sev. plants (Bignonia Suaveolens, Cedrela Toona &c.) L.

⋙ nandīsaras

   ○saras n. N. of Indra's lake L.

nandīka

   nandīka (?), m. a cock L.

nandīṭa

   nandīṭa m. a bald-headed man L.

nanderī

   nanderī f. a kind of metre

nannama

   nannama (√nam). ku-n○

≫ nannamyamāna

   nannamyamāna mfn. (fr. the Intens.) bending or bowing very low W.

nannayabhaṭṭa

   nannaya-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.

naparājit

   na-parājit na-puṃs &c. 2. ná

napāt

   nápāt náptṛ m. (the former stem only in the strong cases and earlier lang 
   • the latter in Class., but acc. naptāram appears in TS. and AitBr.) descendant, offspring, son (in this meaning esp. in RV., e.g. apāṃ n○, ūrjo n○, divo n○, vimuco n○ &c.) 
   • grandson (in later lang. restricted to this sense) RV. &c. &c 
   • N. of one of the Viśve devās MBh. xiii, 4362 
   • path of the gods (?) Mahīdh. on VS. xix, 56 
   • granddaughter (?) Uṇ. ii, 96 Sch. 
   • (tī́), f. RV. AV. (ix, 1, 3 nom. ○tís) daughter, granddaughter (pl. often fig. 'the fingers, hands' &c. ) 
   • (trī), f. granddaughter SVĀr. L. [Prob. neither = na + pat (cf. Uṇ. ii, 96) nor na + pāt (cf. Pāṇ. vi, 3, 75), and of very questionable connection with √nabh, or nah ; Zd. napāt, naptar 
   • Gk. [527, 2] ? ; Lat. nepo1t-em ; Angl. Sax. nefa ; H. Germ. ne10vo, ne10ve, ṇeffe.]

≫ napātka

   napātka mfn. relating to a grandson (applied to a partic. sacrif. fire) Kāṭh.

≫ naptṛkā

   naptṛkā f. a species of bird Suśr.

nabh 1

   nabh cl. 1. Ā. nábhate, to burst be torn or rent asunder RV. viii, 39, 1 ; x, 133, 1 
   • impf. P. nábhas, to break or destroy (?), i, 174, 8 (cf. Dhātup. xviii, 13 Naigh. ii, 19) 
   • cl. 4. 9. P. nabhyati, nabhnāti (cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 130, xxxi, 48), to hurt, injure (pf. Ā. nebhe Bhaṭṭ.): Caus. nabhayati, to cause to burst, tear open AitBr.

≫ nabh 2

   nabh f. or m. injury (cf. Sāy.) or injurer RV. i, 174, 8 (only acc. pl. nábhas 
   • but 1. nabh above). [Page 527, Column 3] 

⋙ nabha

   nabha m. (rather fr. √nabh denoting 'bursting forth' or 'expanding' than fr. √nah 'connecting', scil. heaven and earth) the sky, atmosphere (= nabhas) L. 
   • the month Śrāvaṇa Car. 
   • N. of a son of Manu Svārocisha or of the 3rd Manu (together with Nabhasya) Hariv. 
   • of one of 7 sages of the 6th Manv-antara ib. 
   • of a demon (son of Vipra-citti by Siṃhikā) ib. VP. 
   • of a son of Nala (Nishadha) and father of Puṇḍarīka (cf. nabhas) Hariv. BhP. 
   • (ā), f. a spitting-pot (?) L. 
   • N. of the city of the sun W.

⋙ nabhkānana

   ○kānana m. pl. N. of a people MBh.

⋙ nabhga

   ○ga m. N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata Pur. (cf. nabhāga, nābhāga)

⋙ nabhaukas

   nabhâukas m. inhabiting the sky or atmosphere BhP.

≫ nabhaḥ

   nabhaḥ in comp. for ○bhas

⋙ nabhaḥketana

   ○ketana m. 'sky-banner', the sun L.

⋙ nabhaḥkrānta

   ○krānta and m. 'sky-walker' (from the lion-like shape of certain clouds), a lion L.

⋙ nabhaḥkrāntin

   ○krānḍtin m. 'sky-walker' (from the lion-like shape of certain clouds), a lion L.

⋙ nabhaḥpāntha

   ○pāntha m. 'sky-traveller', the sun L.

⋙ nabhaḥprabheda

   ○prabheda or m. N. of a descendant of Virūpa and author of RV. x, 112 RV. Anukr.

⋙ nabhaḥprabhedana

   ○prabheḍdana m. N. of a descendant of Virūpa and author of RV. x, 112 RV. Anukr.

⋙ nabhaḥprāṇa

   ○prâṇa m. 'sky-breath', air, wind L.

⋙ nabhaḥśabdamaya

   ○śabda-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of the word nabhas Ragh.

⋙ nabhaḥśrit

   ○śrit mfn. reaching to the sky Kir.

⋙ nabhaḥśvāsa

   ○śvāsa m. = -prâṇa L.

⋙ nabhaḥsad

   ○sad m. 'sky-dweller', a god Śiś. 
   • a planet Gaṇit.

⋙ nabhaḥsaras

   ○saras n. 'sky-lake', the clouds L.

⋙ nabhaḥsarit

   ○sarit f. 'sky-river', the milky way or = next L.

⋙ nabhaḥsindhu

   ○sindhu f. the celestial Ginges 
   • -putra m. patr. of Bhīma, Pracaṇḍ

⋙ nabhaḥsena

   ○sena f. N. of a woman HPariś.

⋙ nabhaḥstha

   ○stha mfn. 'sky-staying', aerial, celestial W.

⋙ nabhaḥsthala

   ○sthala mfn. 'sky-residing' (said of Śiva) MBh. 
   • n. (cf. Kāvyâd.) and (ī), f. (cf. Rājat.) the celestial vault, firmament

⋙ nabhaḥsthita

   ○sthita mfn. = -stha 
   • m. N. of a hell L.

⋙ nabhaḥspṛś

   ○spṛś mfn. 'sky-touching', attaining heaven MBh. R. &c

≫ nabhanu

   nabhanú m

⋙ nabhanū

   nabhaḍnū́ f. a spring (lit. = next) RV.

≫ nabhanya

   nabhanyá mfn. springing forth (as a hymn, horse &c.) ib.

≫ nabhaś

   nabhaś in comp. for ○bhas

⋙ nabhaścakṣus

   ○cakṣus n. 'eye of the sky', the sun L.

⋙ nabhaścamasa

   ○camasa m. 'goblet of the sky', the moon L. 
   • a kind of cake L. 
   • magic, conjuring L.

⋙ nabhaścara

   ○cara mf(ī)n. 'sky-going', aerial, celestial Kāv. 
   • m. a god Ragh. 
   • a Vidyādhara Kathās. 
   • a bird L. 
   • a cloud L. 
   • the wind L.

⋙ nabhaścyuta

   ○cyuta mfn. fallen from the sky MBh.

≫ nabhas

   nábhas n. (cf. nabha) mist, clouds, vapour (esp. of the Soma) RV. AV. ŚBr. 
   • the sky or atmosphere (du. heaven and earth AV.) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • ether (as an element) BhP. 
   • (m. L.) N. of a month in the rainy season (= śrāvaṇa, July-August) ŚBr. Ragh. Suśr. 
   • the sun Naigh. i, 4 
   • period of life, age L. 
   • m. clouds, rainy season L. 
   • the nose or smell (= ghrāṇa) L. 
   • a rope made of lotus fibres L. 
   • a spitting-pot L. 
   • N. of a prince (son of Nala and father of Puṇḍarīka) Ragh. VP. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. [527, 3] [n�ebula] ; Slav. nebo ; Germ. ne10bul, ne10bel, ṇebel ; Angl. Sax. nifol, 'dark.']

⋙ nabhastala

   ○tala n. 'sky-surface', firmament Var. MBh. &c 
   • N. of the 10th solar mansion Var.

⋙ nabhastas

   ○tas ind. from the sky Var. Ragh.

⋙ nabhasmaya

   ○máya mf(ī)n. vaporous, misty, hazy RV. -1

⋙ nabhasvat

   ○vat mfn. id. RV. AV. 
   • young L. 
   • m. wind MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • N. of a son of Naraka Bhauma BhP. 
   • (atī), f. N. of the wife of Antar-dhāna and mother of Havir-dhāna BhP. -2

⋙ nabhasvat

   ○vat ind. like vapour MW.

≫ nabhasa

   nabhasá mfn. vapoury, misty AV. 
   • m. sky, atmosphere L. 
   • the rainy season L. 
   • the ocean L. 
   • N. of a Rishi of the 10th Manv-antara Hariv. 
   • of a Danava ib. (vḷ. rabhasa and raśmisa) 
   • of a son of Nala, Vp

⋙ nabhasaṃgama

   ○ṃ-gama m., 'sky-goer', a bird L.

≫ nabhasya

   nabhasyá mfn. foggy, misty ŚāṅkhŚr. 
   • m. N. of a month in the rainy season (= bhādra, August-September) VS. ŚBr. Hariv. &c 
   • of a son of Manu Svārocisha or of the 3rd Manu Hariv. 
   • of Śiva Śivag.

≫ nabho

   nabho in comp. for ○bhas

⋙ nabhoga

   ○ga m. 'sky-goer', a planet Gaṇit. 
   • N. of a Ṛishi of the 10th Manvantara Hariv.

⋙ nabhogaja

   ○gaja m. 'sky-elephant', a cloud L.

⋙ nabhogati

   ○gati f. 'sky-going', soaring, flying L.

⋙ nabhoṅgaṇa

   ○'ṅga-ṇa n. celestial vault, firmament, Vāsav

⋙ nabhojā

   ○jā́ mfn. produced from vapour RV.

⋙ nabhojū

   ○jū́ mfn. impelling the clouds ib.

⋙ nabhoda

   ○da m. N. of one of the Viśve devās MBh.

⋙ nabhoduha

   ○duha

⋙ nabhodvīpa

   ○dvīpa

⋙ nabhodhūma

   ○dhūma

⋙ nabhodhvaja

   ○dhvaja m. a cloud L.

⋙ nabhodṛṣṭi

   ○dṛṣṭi mfn. 'sky-looking', blind 
   • looking up to heaven MW.

⋙ nabhonadī

   ○nadī f. 'sky-river', the celestial Ganges L.

⋙ nabhonabhasyatva

   ○nabhasya-tva n. the state of the rainy months Nabhas and Nabhasya Naish.

⋙ nabhomaṇi

   ○maṇi m. 'sky-jewel', the sun L.

⋙ nabhomaṇḍala

   ○maṇḍala n. 'sky-circle', firmament 
   • -dīpa m. 'firmament-lamp', the moon L.

⋙ nabhomadhya

   ○madhya n. 'sky-centre', the zenith Āryabh.

⋙ nabhomudrā

   ○mudrā f. a partic. position of the fingers Cat.

⋙ nabhombupa

   ○'mbu-pa m. 'drinking sky-water or rain' the Cātaka bird L. [Page 528, Column 1] 

⋙ nabhoyoni

   ○yoni m. 'sky-born', N. of Śiva Śivag.

⋙ nabhorajas

   ○rajas n. 'sky-dust', darkness L.

⋙ nabhorūpa

   ○rūpa (ná○), mfn. 'cloud-coloured', gloomy, dark VS. 
   • (rūpá), m. N. of a mythic. being Suparṇ.

⋙ nabhoreṇu

   ○reṇu f. 'sky-dust', fog, mist L.

⋙ nabholaya

   ○laya m. 'sky-dissolved', smoke L.

⋙ nabholih

   ○lih mfn. 'sky-licking', lofty, towering W.

⋙ nabhovaṭa

   ○vaṭa m. 'sky-expanse', atmosphere L.

⋙ nabhovid

   ○víd mfn. knowing the sky, abiding in it RV. x, 46, 1

⋙ nabhovīthī

   ○vīthī f. 'sky-road', the sun's path BhP.

≫ nabhya

   nabhya mfn. foggy, moist, cloudy ŚāṅkhGṛ.

nabhāka

   nabhāka m. N. of the author of RV. viii, 39-41 (-vát, Nabhāka's hymn AitBr. vi, 24 
   • ind. like Nabhāka RV. viii, 40, 4 ; 5) 
   • n. = nabhas, or tamas Uṇ. L.

nabhāga

   nabhāga m. N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata VP. (cf. nabha-ga, nābhāga)

nabhi

   nabhi m. a wheel W.

≫ nabhya 2

   nábhya n. the centre part of a wheel, the nave AV. Br. &c 
   • the middle (-stha mfn. standing in the middle) ŚBr. 
   • mfn. (according to g. gav-ādi fr. nābhi) belonging to or fit for a nave Uṇ. iv, 125 Sch.

nabhīta

   na-bhīta na-bhrāj &c. 2. ná

nam

   nam cl. 1.P. námati (cf. Dhātup. xxiii, 12), ○te (mostly intrans 
   • cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 89 
   • pr. p. Ā. namāna R. 
   • pf. P. [n�AnAma] RV. &c 
   • 2. sg. nemitha, or nanantha Vop. 
   • Subj. nanámas RV. 
   • 3. pl. nemur Kāv. 
   • Ā. neme RV. 
   • 3. pl. -nanamire MBh. 
   • aor. P. anān Kāṭh. 
   • anaṃsīt Daś. 
   • Ā. anaṃsta Gr 
   • 3. pl. anaṃsata Br. 
   • Subj. naṃsai, naṃsante RV. 
   • fut. naṃsyati Br. 
   • namiṣyati Hariv. 
   • nantā Siddh. 
   • inf. -námam, -náme RV. 
   • nantum, namitum Kāv. 
   • ind. p. natvā BhP. Kathās. 
   • -natya Br. 
   • -namya MBh.) to bend or bow (either trans. or oftener intr ) to bow to, subject or submit, one's self (with gen., dat. or acc.) RV. &c. &c 
   • (with hiruk) to turn away, keep aside AV. iv, 1, 3 
   • to turn towards, i.e. to aim at (gen.) with (instr.) RV. i, 165, 6 
   • to yield or give way, keep quiet or be silent Bālar. vi, 12 
   • (in gram.) to change a dental letter into a cerebral RPrāt.: Pass. namyate, to be bent or bowed 
   • yield or submit to TUp. iii, 10, 4: Caus. namáyati RV. &c. &c. (nāmayati Up. &c 
   • nāmyati [!] Mṛicch. i, 30 
   • aor. anīnamat RV. 
   • Pass. nāmyate, ○ti MBh. &c.) to cause to bow or sink, incline RV. &c. &c 
   • (with cāpam) to bend a bow MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • to turn away or ward off RV. 
   • to aim at (gen.), ix, 97, 15 
   • (in gram.) to change a dental letter into a cerebral RPrāt.: Desid. ninaṃsati, Gṛ.: Intens. nánnamīti RV. 
   • nannamyate KātyŚr. (3. sg. námnate impf. anamnata, p. námamāna RV.) to bow or submit one's self to (dat.). RV. Br. [Cf. Zd. nam, nemaiti 
   • Gk. ? ; Lat. nemus ; Goth., Old Sax., Angl. [528, 1] Sax. niman ; HGerm. ne10man, ne10men, nehmen.]

≫ nama 1

   náma m. pasture-ground RV. iii, 39, 6

≫ nama 2

   nama = ○mas in

⋙ namaukti 2

   náma-ukti f. homage, veneration RV. i, 189, 1 &c

≫ namaka

   namaka m. (prob.) N. of an author

⋙ namakabhāṣya

   ○bhāṣya and n. N. of Comms

⋙ namakacamakabhāṣya

   ○camaka-bhāṣya n. N. of Comms

≫ namat

   namat mf(ntī) n. bending, bowing, stooping Kāv. Pur.

≫ namata 1

   namata mf(ā) n. bent, crooked Uṇ. iii, 110 Sch. 
   • m. master, lord 
   • actor, mime L. 
   • a cloud W.

≫ namana

   namana mfn. bending, bowing (ifc.) Śiś. vi, 30 (cf. nṛ-) 
   • n. bowing down, sinking MārkP. 
   • bending (a bow) Sāh.

⋙ namanīya

   namaḍnīya mfn. to be bowed down to, venerable 
   • -pāda BhP.

≫ namayat

   namayat mf(ntī)n. besiding, inclining Kathās.

⋙ namayitavya

   namaḍyitavya mfn. to be bent (bow) Prasannar.

⋙ namayiṣṇu

   namaḍyiṣṇu mfn. bowing, bending RV.

≫ namas

   námas n. bow, obeisance, reverential salutation, adoration (by gesture or word 
   • often with dat., e.g. rāmāya namaḥ, salutation or glory to Rāma, often ind. [g. svar-ādi] 
   • namas-√kṛ, to utter a salutation, do homage 
   • ind. p. ○mas-kṛ́tya [AV. TS. &c.] or ○mas-kṛtvā [MBh. BhP.] 
   • námas-kṛta, worshipped, adored) RV. &c. &c 
   • food Naigh. ii, 7 
   • a thunderbolt, ii, 20 
   • gift, donation L. 
   • m. (?) an inarticulate cry L.

⋙ namaskartṛ

   ○kartṛ mfn. worshipping, a worshipper MBh.

⋙ namaskāra

   ○kārá m. the exclamation 'namas', adoration, homage AV. Br. 
   • &c 
   • a sort of poison L. 
   • (ī), f. a kind of plant 
   • ○ra-vat mfn. containing the word 'namas-kāra' AitBr. 
   • ○ra-vidhi and ○ra-stava m. N. of wks

⋙ namaskārya

   ○kārya mfn. to be worshipped or adored, venerable MBh. Hariv. [Page 528, Column 2] 

⋙ namaskṛti

   ○kṛti (cf. Kād.),

⋙ namaskriyā

   ○kriyā (cf. MBh.), f. adoration, homage

⋙ namasvat

   ○vat (ná○), mfn. paying or inspiring veneration RV.

⋙ namasvin

   ○vín mfn. worshipping, reverential ib.

≫ namasa

   namasa mfn. favourable, kind Uṇ. iii. 117 
   • m. (?) agreement W.

⋙ namasāna

   namaḍsāná mfn. paying obeisance, worshipping AV.

⋙ namasita

   namaḍsita mfn. (prob. wṛ. for ○syita, next) reverenced, worshipped Br.

≫ namasya 1

   namasya Nom. P. ○yati (ep. also ○te), to pay homage, worship, be humble or deferential RV. &c. &c. (p. ○syat 
   • ind. p. ○sya)

⋙ namasyā

   namaḍsyā́ f. reverence, adoration RV. x, 104, 7

⋙ namasyita

   namaḍsyita mfn. under namasa

⋙ namasyu

   namaḍsyú mfn. bowing down (in á-n○, q.v.) 
   • doing homage, worshipping RV. 
   • m. N. of a son of Praviira BhP.

≫ namasya 2

   namasyá mfn. deserving or paying homage, venerable or humble RV. &c. &c

≫ namita

   namita mfn. bowed, bent down Kāv.

≫ namo

   namo in comp. for ○mas

⋙ namoguru

   ○guru m. spiritual teacher, a Brāhman L.

⋙ namovāka

   ○vāka m. uttering the 'namas', homage, obeisance RV. AV. &c

⋙ namovṛkti

   ○vṛkti (ná○), f. reverential cleansing (of the Barhis) RV. TS. 
   • -vat mfn. containing the word 'namo-vṛikti' ĀpŚr.

⋙ namovṛdh

   ○vṛ́dh mfn. honoured by adoration RV.

⋙ namovṛdha

   ○vṛdhá mfn. worshipping, glorifying ib.

≫ namya

   namya mfn. to be bowed down to, venerable MW. 
   • changeable to a cerebral letter RPrāt. 
   • (ā), f. the night Naigh. i, 7

≫ namra

   namrá mf(ā)n. bowing, inclining 
   • bowed, bent, curved 
   • hanging down, sunk 
   • bowing to (comp.) 
   • submissive, reverential, humble RV. &c. &c 
   • (ā), f. N. of 2 verses addressed to Agni ŚrS.

⋙ namratā

   ○tā f

⋙ namratva

   ○tva n. state or condition of bowing or hanging down 
   • bowing to (loc. or comp.) 
   • submissiveness, humbleness, meekness Kāv.

⋙ namranāsika

   ○nāsika mfn. flat-nosed L.

⋙ namraprakṛti

   ○prakṛti mfn. of a gentle or submissive disposition MW.

⋙ namramukha

   ○mukha mf(ī)n. having the face bent down, looking down W.

⋙ namramūrti

   ○mūrti mfn. having the form bent, stooping, bowed W.

⋙ namrāṅga

   namrâṅga mf(ī)n. bending the body, bowed, stooping MW.

≫ namraka

   namraka mfn. bowed down, stooping L. 
   • m. Calamus Rotang Bhpr.

≫ namrita

   namrita mfn. bent down, made to sink Inscr.

≫ namrīkṛ

   namrī-√kṛ to bend or bring down, humiliate ib.

namata 2

   namata n. felt, woollen stuff L. (cf. 2. navata)

namātra

   na-mātra na-mura &c. 2. ná

nami

   nami m. N. of a Jain. author (1069) Cat.

namī

   námī n. N. of a man RV.

namuca

   namuca m. N. of an ancient sage MBh. xiii, 7112 (cf. next)

≫ namuci

   namuci m. (according to Pāṇ. 6-3, 75 = na + m○, 'not loosing', scil. the heavenly waters, i.e. 'preventing rain') N. of a demon slain by Indra and the Aśvins RV. VS. Br. MBh. &c 
   • of the god of love L.

⋙ namucighna

   ○ghna (cf. MBh.),

⋙ namucidviṣ

   ○dviṣ (cf. Śiś.), m. 'hater or killer of Namuci', N. of Indra

⋙ namucisūdana

   ○sūdana m. 'destroyer of NṭNamuci', id 
   • -sārathi m. Indra's charioteer Mātali Bālar.

⋙ namucihan

   ○han m.= -ghna MBh.

nameru

   nameru m. Elaeocarpus Ganitrus L.

namaiya

   namaiya m. N. of a poet Cat. (vḷ. nammaiya)

namb

   namb cl. 1. P. nambati, to go Vop. in Dhātup. xi, 35

nambikārikā

   nambi-kārikā f. N. of wk

nammaiya

   nammaiya namaiya

nay

   nay cl. 1. Ā. nayate, to go 
   • to protect Dhātup. xiv, 7

naya

   naya m. (√1. nī)leading (of an army) R. 
   • conduct, behaviour, (esp.) prudent conduct or bṭbehaviour, good management, polity, civil and military government MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • wisdom, prudence, reason (naya ibc. or nayeṣu, in a prudent manner MBh.) R. BhP. 
   • plan, design MBh. Pañc. Kathās. 
   • leading thought, maxim, principle, system, method, doctrine R. Sāh. Bhāshāp. Sarvad. 
   • a kind of game and a sort of dice or men for playing it L. 
   • N. of a son of Dharma and Kriyā Pur. 
   • of a son of 13th Manu Hariv. 
   • guide, conductor L. 
   • mfn. fit, right, proper L.

⋙ nayakovida

   ○kovida mfn. skilled in policy, prudent BhP. [Page 528, Column 3] 

⋙ nayaga

   ○ga mfn. behaving properly or prudently MBh.

⋙ nayacakṣus

   ○cakṣus n. the eye of prudence R. 
   • mfn. wise, prudent Ragh.

⋙ nayacandra

   ○candra m. N. of a dram. poet Cat. 
   • -sūri m. N. of the author of the Hammīracarita ib.

⋙ nayajā

   ○jā f. N. of a woman ib.

⋙ nayajña

   ○jña mfn. = -kovida R. Pañc. 
   • m. a follower of any system MW.

⋙ nayadatta

   ○datta m. N. of a man, Kuttaṇīm

⋙ nayadyumaṇi

   ○dyumaṇi m

⋙ nayanirūpaṇa

   ○nirūpaṇa n. N. of wks

⋙ nayanetṛ

   ○netṛ m. a master in policy or politics L.

⋙ nayapāla

   ○pāla m. N. of a king Vet. 
   • of another man Inscr.

⋙ nayapīṭhī

   ○pīṭhī f. a board for playing L.

⋙ nayaprakāśikā

   ○prakāśikā f. N. of wk

⋙ nayaprayoga

   ○prayoga m. political wisdom or address W.

⋙ nayabodhikā

   ○bodhikā

⋙ nayamaṇimañjarī

   ○maṇi-mañjarī

⋙ nayamāṇimālikā

   ○māṇi-mālikā

⋙ nayamayūkhamālikā

   ○mayūkha-mālikā f

⋙ nayamārtaṇḍa

   ○mārtaṇḍa m

⋙ nayaratna

   ○ratna n

⋙ nayaratnamālā

   ○ratna-mālā f

⋙ nayalocana

   ○locana n. N. of wks

⋙ nayavat

   ○vat mfn. versed in polity, prudent Kāv. 
   • containing some form of √nī (as a Ṛik) TS.

⋙ nayavartman

   ○vartman n. 'path of policy', political wisdom Kir.

⋙ nayavid

   ○vid mfn. = -kovida Kāv. 
   • m. a politician, statesman MW.

⋙ nayaviveka

   ○viveka m. N. of wk 
   • -dīpikā, -śaṅkā-dīpikā, f 
   • ○kâlaṃkāra m. N. of Comms

⋙ nayaviśārada

   ○viśārada mfn. = -vid R.

⋙ nayavīthi

   ○vīthi f. N. of wk

⋙ nayavedin

   ○vedin mfn. = -vid Gal.

⋙ nayaśālin

   ○śālin mfn. endowed with political wisdom or prudence Kathās.

⋙ nayaśāstra

   ○śāstra n. the doctrines of pṭpolitical wisdom R. Pañc.

⋙ nayasaṃgraha

   ○saṃgraha m. 'summary of pṭpolitical wisdom', N. of wk

⋙ nayasādhana

   ○sādhana n. political conduct R.

⋙ nayasāra

   ○sāra m. 'essence of polity', chief of a village W. 
   • N. of wk

⋙ nayasāhasonnatimat

   ○sāhasônnati-mat mfn. requiring a high degree of prudence and resolution Pañc. iii, 264

⋙ nayasiddhi

   ○siddhi f. political success W.

≫ nayaka

   nayaka mfn. clever in policy. L.

≫ nayat

   nayat mf(antī)n. leading, guiding &c. ( √nī) 
   • informing, certifying, obtaining W.

≫ nayana

   nayana m. N. of a man Rājat. 
   • (ā or ī), f. the pupil of the eye L. 
   • n. leading, directing, managing, conducting 
   • carrying, bringing Hariv. Kāv. Pañc. &c 
   • (kālasya) fixing MBh. i, 2580 Nīlak. 
   • drawing, moving (a man or piece in a game, cf. naya and naya-pīṭhī) L. ; (pl.) prudent, conduct, polity BhP. x, 50, 34 
   • 'the leading organ, the eye (ifc. f. ā or ī) MBh. Kāv. Suśr. &c

⋙ nayanagocara

   ○gocara mfn. being within the eye's range, visible (-tva Naish. Sch. 
   • ○rī-√kṛ, to perceive or behold Vās.)

⋙ nayanacandrikā

   ○candrikā f. moonshine, anything looking bright to the eyes Daś. 
   • N. of wk

⋙ nayanacarita

   ○carita n. play of the eyes, ogling, Pracaṇḍ.

⋙ nayanacchada

   ○cchada m. eye-covering, an eyelid L.

⋙ nayanajala

   ○jala n. 'eye-water', tears Kād.

⋙ nayanatva

   ○tva n. condition of the eyes, sight Veṇis. vi, 39/40

⋙ nayanapatha

   ○patha m. (cf. Vedântas.),

⋙ nayanapadavī

   ○padavī f. (cf. Kāv.) range or field of sight

⋙ nayanapuṭa

   ○puṭa m. or n. the eyelid Var.

⋙ nayanaprabandha

   ○prabandha m. the outer corner of the eye ib.

⋙ nayanaprasādinī

   ○prasādinī f. N. of wk

⋙ nayanaprīti

   ○prīti f. 'eye-delight', lovely sight L.

⋙ nayanaplava

   ○plava m. swimming of the eyes Suśr.

⋙ nayanabudbuda

   ○budbuda n. eyeball ib.

⋙ nayanabhūṣaṇa

   ○bhūṣaṇa n. N. of wk

⋙ nayanavat

   ○vat mfn. having eyes Mālatīm.

⋙ nayanavāri

   ○vāri n. = -jala Śiś.

⋙ nayanaviṣaya

   ○viṣaya m. 'range of sight', the horizon Megh. 
   • -"ṣyī-bhāva m. the being within sight Naish.

⋙ nayanaśāṇa

   ○śāṇa m. a partic. ointment for the eye Bhpr.

⋙ nayanasalila

   ○salila n. = -jala Megh. Kād.

⋙ nayanasukha

   ○sukha m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nayanāñcala

   nayanâñcala m. eye-corner R. 
   • side-glance Prasannar.

⋙ nayanāñjana

   nayanâñjana n. any ointment for the eye R.

⋙ nayanāñjala

   nayanâñjala wṛ. for ○nâñcala

⋙ nayanānanda

   nayanânanda m. = -prīti Ratn. 
   • N. of Sch. on the Amara-kośa (also -śarman) Cat.

⋙ nayanānta

   nayanânta m. eye-corner Kāv.

⋙ nayanāmṛta

   nayanâmṛta n. a partic. ointment for the eyes Rasêndrac.

⋙ nayanāmbu

   nayanâmbu n. = ○na-jala Kir.

⋙ nayanotsava

   nayanôtsava m. 'eye-festival', any lovely sight or object L. 
   • a lamp L.

⋙ nayanoda

   nayanôda n. 'eye-water', tears MW. (also ○daka Kād.) 
   • -bindu m. tear-drop Vikr.

⋙ nayanopānta

   nayanôpânta m. eye-corner L.

⋙ nayanauṣadha

   nayanâuṣadha a partic. ointment for the eyes L.

≫ nayitavya

   nayitavya mfn. to be conducted or brought Hariv.

≫ nayiṣṭha

   náyiṣṭha m. leading in the best manner RV. x, 126, 3

nayyagrodha

   náyyagrodha mf(ī)n. (fr. nyagrodha) relating to the sacred fig-tree TS. (vḷ. naiyagr○)

nara

   nára m. (cf. nṛ) a man, a male, a person (pl. men, people) TS. &c. &c 
   • husband Mn. ix, 76 
   • hero VarBṛS. iv, 31 Bālar. viii, 56 
   • a man or piece at chess or draughts &c. L. 
   • the pin or gnomon of a sun-dial Sūryas. (cf. -yantra) 
   • person, personal termination Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-1, 85 (cf. puruṣa) 
   • the primeval Man or eternal Spirit pervading the universe (always associated with Nārāyaṇa, 'son of the primeval man' [Page 529, Column 1] 
   • both are considered either as gods or sages and accordingly called devau, ṛṣī, tāpasau &c 
   • in ep. poetry they are the son, of Dharma by Mūrti or A-hiṃsā and emanations of Vishṇu, Arjuna being identified with Nara, and Kṛishṇa with Nārāyaṇa) Mn. (cf. -sūnu) MBh. Hariv. Pur. 
   • (pl.) a class of myth. beings allied to the Gandharvas and Kiṃ-naras MBh. . Pur. 
   • N. of a son of Manu Tāmasa BhP. 
   • of a son of Viśvāmitra Hariv. 
   • of a son of Gaya and father of Virāj VP. 
   • of a son of Su-dhṛiti and father of Kevala Pur. 
   • of a son of Bhavan-manyu (Manyu) and father of Saṃkṛiti ib. 
   • of Bhāradvāja (author of RV. vi, 35 and 36) Anukr. 
   • of 2 kings of Kaśmīra Rājat. 
   • of one of the 10 horses of the Moon L. 
   • (ī), f. a woman (= nārī) L. 
   • n. a kind of fragrant grass

⋙ narakapāla

   ○kapāla n. a man's skull Pañc.

⋙ narakāka

   ○kāka m. a crow-like man Daś.

⋙ narakīlaka

   ○kīlaka m. a man who has murdered his preceptor L.

⋙ narakesarin

   ○kesarin m. 'murdered-lion', Vishṇu in his 4th Avatāra Cat.

⋙ naragaṇapativijaya

   ○gaṇa-pati-vijaya m. N. of wk

⋙ naragrāha

   ○grāha m. 'murdered-crocodile', N. of a kind of Kirāta R.

⋙ naracandra

   ○candra m. N. of a Jaina writer Cat.

⋙ naracihna

   ○cihna n. 'murdered-sign', moustaches Gal.

⋙ narajaṅgala

   ○jaṅgala n. moustache's flesh Mālatīm.

⋙ naratā

   ○tā f

⋙ naratva

   ○tva n. manhood, humanity, human condition Pur.

⋙ naratroṭakācārya

   ○troṭakâcārya m. N. of a man Cat.

⋙ narada

   ○da narada

⋙ naradatta

   ○datta m. N. of a Brāhman (nephew of the Ṛishi Asita) Lalit. 
   • (ā), f. N. of a goddess executing the commands of the 20th Arhat of present Ava-sarpiṇī L. 
   • of one of the 16 Vidyā-deviis L.

⋙ naradanta

   ○danta m. a man's tooth Kathās.

⋙ naradeva

   ○deva m. 'man-god', a king Mn. MBh. &c. (-tva n. BhP.) 
   • N. of an author Cat. 
   • -deva m. god among kings, supreme sovereign BhP. 
   • -putra m. the son of a man and a god MW.

⋙ naradviṣ

   ○dviṣ m. 'man-hater', a Rakshas Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ naranagara

   ○nagara n. N. of a town L.

⋙ naranātha

   ○nātha m. 'man-protector', a king R. Pur. &c 
   • -mārga m. 'king's road', high street Rājat. 
   • ○thâsana n. throne or dignity of a king ib.

⋙ naranāman

   ○nāman m. a kind of tree L.

⋙ naranāyaka

   ○nāyaka m. 'man-leader', king Inscr.

⋙ naranārāyaṇa

   ○nārāyaṇa m. N. of Kṛishṇa MBh. BhP. 
   • N. of an author Cat. 
   • du. Nara and Nārāyaṇa ( above) MBh. 
   • ○ṇânanda-kāvya n. N. of a poem Cat.

⋙ naranārīvilakṣaṇā

   ○nārī-vilakṣaṇā f. 'having the signs of man and woman', a hermaphrodite Gal.

⋙ naraṃdhiṣa

   ○ṃ-dhiṣa (naráṃ-), m. 'watching or heeding men (?)', N. of Vishṇu VS. ŚBr. 
   • of Pūshan VS. TĀr.

⋙ narapa

   ○pa m. 'man-protector', a king Dhūrtan.

⋙ narapati

   ○pati m. 'man-lord', a king Var. Kāv. &c 
   • N. of one of the 4 myth. kings of Jambu-dviipa L. 
   • of an author Cat. 
   • -jaya-caryā f. ○ryā-sāra m. N. of wks 
   • -patha m. = -nātha-mārga Megh. 
   • -vijaya m. N. of wk

⋙ narapaśu

   ○paśu m. 'man-beast', a brute in human form BhP. 
   • a man as sacrificial victim Jātakam.

⋙ narapāla

   ○pāla m. = -pa Pañc.

⋙ narapālinī

   ○pālinī f. = -māninī Gal.

⋙ narapuṃgava

   ○puṃgava m. 'man-bull', an excellent hero Bhag.

⋙ narapūtanāśānti

   ○pūtanā-śānti f. N. of wk

⋙ narapriya

   ○priya mfn. favourable to mankind W. 
   • m. N. of a tree L.

⋙ narabali

   ○bali m. a human sacrifice Siṃhâs.

⋙ narabrahmadeva

   ○brahma-deva m. N. of a king Cat.

⋙ narabhuj

   ○bhuj mfn. man-eating, cannibal MW.

⋙ narabhū

   ○bhū or f. 'land of men', N. of Bhārata-varsha L.

⋙ narabhūmi

   ○bhūmi f. 'land of men', N. of Bhārata-varsha L.

⋙ naramāṃsa

   ○māṃsa n. man's flesh Siṃhâs.

⋙ naramānikā

   ○mānikā and f. a man-like woman, a woman with a beard L.

⋙ naramāninī

   ○māninī f. a man-like woman, a wṭwoman with a beard L.

⋙ naramālā

   ○mālā f. a string or girdle of human skulls Deviim.

⋙ naramālinī

   ○mālinī f. wṛ. for -māninī

⋙ naramūrchana

   ○mūrchana n. N. of ch. of the PadmaP.

⋙ naramedha

   ○medha m. = -bali MBh. R.

⋙ naramohinī

   ○mohinī f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.

⋙ narammanya

   ○m-manya mfn. thinking one's self a man, passing for a man Pāṇ. 6-3, 68 Sch.

⋙ narayantra

   ○yantra n. 'gnomon-instrument', a sun-dial Sūryas.

⋙ narayāṇa

   ○yāṇa or n. a carriage drawn by men MBh. Pañc. BhP.

⋙ narayāna

   ○yāna n. a carriage drawn by men MBh. Pañc. BhP.

⋙ nararatha

   ○ratha wṛ. for nava-r○

⋙ nararāja

   ○rāja m. 'king of man', a king R. 
   • ○jya n. kingship, royalty Caurap.

⋙ nararūpa

   ○rūpa n. human form 
   • mf(ī)n. man-like (also ○pin) W.

⋙ nararṣaba

   ○rṣaba m. (○ra + ṛṣ○) 'mṭman-bull', a king MW.

⋙ naraloka

   ○loka m. 'men's world', the earth 
   • mortals, men BhP. 
   • -pāla m. = nara-pa Ragh. 
   • -viira m. a human hero Bhag.

⋙ naravat

   ○vat ind. like a man MW.

⋙ naravara

   ○vara m. an excellent man 
   • -vṛṣabha m. an excellent hero (like a bull) 
   • ○rôttama m. the best of excellent men, id

⋙ naravarman

   ○varman m. N. of a prince of Mālava in the 12th century Rājat. &c 
   • ○ma-nṛpati-kathā f. N. of wk

⋙ naravāhana

   ○vāhana m. 'borne or drawn by men', N. of Kubera MBh. &c 
   • of a prince (successor of Śāli-vāhana) Inscr. 
   • of a prince of the Dārvâbhisāras Rājat. 
   • of a minister of king Kshema-gupta ib. 
   • -janana n. N. of ch. of Kathās. 
   • -datta m. N. of a son of king Udayana Kathās. 
   • -datta-carita-maya mf(ī)n. containing the adventures of prince Naravāhana-datta ib. [Page 529, Column 2] 
   • -dattīya mfn. relating to him ib.

⋙ naravāhin

   ○vāhin mfn. drawn or carried by men Nal.

⋙ naraviṣāṇa

   ○viṣāṇa n. 'man's horn', i.e. anything nonexistent Nyāyam.

⋙ naraviṣvaṇa

   ○viṣvaṇa m. 'man-devourer', a Rakshas L.

⋙ naravīra

   ○vīra m. an heroic or excellent mṭman MBh. 
   • -loka m. the bravest of men or mankind Kāv.

⋙ naravṛttāṣṭaka

   ○vṛttâṣṭaka n. N. of wk

⋙ naravyāghra

   ○vyāghra m. = next MBh. 
   • pl. N. of a myth. people R.

⋙ naraśārdūla

   ○śārdūla m. 'man-tiger', an eminent or illustrious man MBh.

⋙ naraśṛṅga

   ○śṛṅga n. = -viṣāṇa W.

⋙ naraśreṣṭha

   ○śreṣṭha m. the best of men MW.

⋙ narasaṃvādasundara

   ○saṃvāda-sundara m. or n. N. of wk

⋙ narasaṃsarga

   ○saṃsarga m. intercourse of men, human society MW.

⋙ narasakha

   ○sakha m. 'Nara's friend', N. of Nārāyaṇa Vikr.

⋙ narasaṃghārāma

   ○saṃghârāma m. N. of a Buddh. monastery

⋙ narasarājīya

   ○sarājīya n. N. of a poem

⋙ narasāra

   ○sāra m. sal ammoniac L.

⋙ narasiṃha

   ○siṃha m. 'man-lion', great warrior MBh. R. 
   • N. of Vishṇu in his 4th Ava-tāra (when he was half mṭman half lion) Kāv. Pur. 
   • N. of the father of king Bhairava Cat. 
   • of sev. princes and authors (also -kavi, -kavi-rāja, -ṭhakkura, -dīkṣita, -deva, -paṇḍita, -bhaṭṭa, -miśra, -muni, -yati, -yatī7ndra, -rāja, -vājapeyin (or ○hâgnicid-vāj○), -śāstrin, -sarasvatī, -sūri, -sena, -"ṣhâcārya) Cat. 
   • -kalpa m. N. of wk 
   • -cūrṇa n. N. of a partic. aphrodisiac L. 
   • -dvādaśī f. N. of the 12th day in the light half of the month Phālguna (○śī-vrata n. a ceremony then performed, N. of wk.) Cat. 
   • -nakhastotra and -pañca-ratna n. N. of Stotras 
   • -pārijāta m. -purāṇa n. -bhaṭṭīya n. -bhāratī-vilāsa m. -bhujaṃga m. -bhūpāla-caritra n. N. of wks 
   • -yantra n. N. of a mystic. diagram Tantras. 
   • -rājīya n. ○harṣabha-kṣetra-māhātmya n. N. of wks 
   • -varman m. N. of a man L. 
   • -śāstri-prakāśikā, f 
   • -sahasra-nāman n. pl 
   • -stuti f. N. of wks

⋙ naraskandha

   ○skandha m. a multitude of men L.

⋙ narahaya

   ○haya vḷ. for nāra-h○

⋙ narahari

   ○hari m. N. of Vishṇu as 'man-lion' (cf. -siṃha) Gīt. BhP. 
   • of sev. authors (also -tīrtha, -bhaṭṭa, -śāstrin, -sūri 
   • ○ry-upâdhyāya) Cat. 
   • of another man Kshitîś. 
   • -deva m. N. of a prince Inscr.

⋙ narāṅga

   narâṅga m. n. 'man-member', the penis L. 
   • m. eruption on the face L. (cf. naraṅga) 
   • mf(ī) n. having a human body (also -ka) Hcat.

⋙ narāṅghri

   narâṅghri mfn. having human feet ib.

⋙ narāca

   narâca m. (√añc) a kind of metre Col. (vḷ. nār○) 
   • (ī́), f. a species of plant (?) AV. 
   • N. of a wife of Kṛishṇa Hariv.

⋙ narādhama

   narâdhama m. a low or vile man, a wretch Bhag.

⋙ narādhāra

   narâdhāra m. 'asylum or receptacle of men', N. of Śiva L. 
   • (ā), f. the earth L.

⋙ naradhipa

   narádhipa m. = next Mn. MBh. &c 
   • Cathartocarpus Fistula Suśr. 
   • ○dhipati m. 'lord of men', king, prince R. Var.

⋙ narānta

   narânta m. N. of a son of Hṛidika Hariv.

⋙ narāntaka

   narântaka m. 'man-destroyer', death 
   • N. of a Rakshas R. Pur. 
   • -nigraha-varṇana, n 
   • -nirgama m. N. of of GaṇP. i, 59 and 57

⋙ narāyaṇa

   narâyaṇa wṛ. for nār○

⋙ narāśa

   narâśa m. 'man-eater', a Rakshas or demon Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ narāśaṃsa

   nárā-śáṃsa (○râś○?), m. 'the desire or praise of men(?)', a mystic. N. of Agni (esp. in the Āprī hymns, besides or instead of Tanū4-nápāt, q.v.) RV. VS. TS. Br. 
   • (rarely) of Pūshan, e.g. RV. i, 164, 3 
   • x. 64, 3 
   • -paṅkti wṛ. for nārā-śṭśáṃsa-p○

⋙ narāśana

   narâśana m. = narâśa R.

⋙ naretara

   narêtara m. 'different from men', a god BhP. iv, 6, 9 
   • a beast or beast-like man ib. iii, 13, 49

⋙ narendra

   narêndra m. 'man-lord', king, prince, Msi. MBh. &c 
   • a physician, master of charms or antidotes Daś. (cf. dur-n○) 
   • = narêndra-druma Suśr. (cf. narâdhipa) 
   • = vārttika or rājika L. 
   • N. of a poet Cat. 
   • of another man Kshitîś. 
   • a kind of metre Col. 
   • -kanyā f. a princess Ragh. 
   • -tā f. (cf. Priy.), -tva n. (R.ājat.) kingship, royalty 
   • -deva m. N. of a king W. 
   • -druma m. Cathartocarpus Fistula Suśr. 
   • -nagarī (?), m. N. of a grammarian Cat. 
   • -putra m. a prince Var. 
   • -mārga m. 'king's road', high street R. 
   • -svāmin m. N. of a temple built by Narêndrâditya, Râjat 
   • ○drâcārya m. N. of a grammarian Cat. 
   • ○drâditya m. N. of 2 kings of Kaśmīra Rājat. 
   • ○drâhva n. Agallochum L.

⋙ nareśa

   narêśa m. 'lord of men', king MBh.

⋙ nareśvara

   narêśvara m. id. ib. 
   • N. of an author Cat. 
   • -parī7kṣā f. -viveka m. N. of wks

⋙ narottama

   narôttama m. best of men MBh. Hariv. 
   • N. of Vishṇu or Buddha L. 
   • of Sch. on the Adhyātma-rāmāyaṇa Cat. 
   • -dāsa m. N. of an author ib. 
   • -kīrti-leśa-mātra-darśaka m. or n. N. of wk 
   • ○mâraṇya-śiṣya m. N. of an author Cat.

≫ narī

   narī in comp. for ○ra

⋙ narībhu

   ○√bhu to become a man HPariś.

≫ narya

   nárya mfn. manly, human 
   • strong, powerful, heroic (as Indra, the Maruts &c.) [Page 529, Column 3] 
   • suitable or agreeable to men (as food, riches &c.) RV. AV. VS. Br. 
   • m. a man, a person RV. (cf. Nir. xi, 36) 
   • N. of a man RV. i, 54, 6 ; 112, 9 (cf. Sāy.) 
   • n. a manly or heroic deed (with or scil. ápas). RV. 
   • a gift for men ib.

⋙ naryāpas

   náryâpas mfn. performing manly deeds RV. VS.

naraka

   náraka (cf. Nir 
   • naráka TĀr.), m. or n. hell, place of torment Mn. MBh. &c 
   • (distinguished from pātāla, q.v 
   • personified as a son of Anṛita and Nirṛiti or Nirkṛiti MārkP. 
   • there are many different hells, generally 21 Mn. iv, 88-90 Yājñ. Pur. &c.) 
   • m. N. of a demon (son of Vishṇu and Bhūmi or the Earth, and therefore called Bhauma, haunting Prāg-jyotisha and slain by Kṛishṇa) MBh. Pur. Rājat. &c 
   • of a son of Vipra-citti VP. 
   • = deva-rātriprabheda (?) L. 
   • m. or n. N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh. (vḷ. anaraka) 
   • (ikā), f. Pāṇ. 7-3, 44 Vārtt. 4 Pat.

⋙ narakakuṇḍa

   ○kuṇḍa n. a pit in hell for tormenting the wicked (86 in number) BrahmaP.

⋙ narakajit

   ○jit m. 'vanquisher of the demon NṭNirkṛiti', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Hcar.

⋙ narakatiryaksaṃśodhana

   ○tiryak-saṃśodhana n. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ.

⋙ narakadevatā

   ○devatā f. 'the deity of hell', N. of Nirṛiti L.

⋙ narakapāta

   ○pāta m. the falling into hṭhell Pañc.

⋙ narakabhūmi

   ○bhūmi f. a division of hell L.

⋙ narakaripu

   ○ripu m. 'foe of Naraka', N. of Kṛishṇa, Veṇ. (cf. -jit)

⋙ narakarūpin

   ○rūpin mfn. 'hell-formed', hellish MW.

⋙ narakavarga

   ○varga m. 'hell-chapter', N. of ch. of Amara-siṃha's Liṅgânuśāsana

⋙ narakavarṇana

   ○varṇana n. 'description of hṭhell', N. of ch. of the Revā-māhātmya

⋙ narakavāsa

   ○vāsa m. abode in hell Hcar.

⋙ narakavedanā

   ○vedanā f. N. of wk

⋙ narakastha

   ○stha mfn. living or being in hṭhell BhP. 
   • (ā), f. the river of hell Vaitaraṇi L.

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   narakasvargaprāptiprakāravarṇana3náraka--svarga-prâpti-prakāra-varṇana n. 'description of the mode of obtaining heaven and hell', N. of ch. of the Māghamāhāmya

⋙ narakāntaka

   narakântaka m. 'destroyer of the demon Naraka', N. of Kṛishṇa L.

⋙ narakāmaya

   narakâmaya m. = prêta, the soul after death, a ghost L.

⋙ narakāri

   narakâri m. = ○ka-ripu L.

⋙ narakāvāsa

   narakâvāsa m. the hellish sea Hcat.

⋙ narakārṇava

   narakârṇava m. an inhabitant of hṭhell L.

⋙ narakāsuradhvaṃsa

   narakâsura-dhvaṃsa m

⋙ ravijaya

   ra-vijaya m. and N. of wks

⋙ ravyāyoga

   ḍra-vyāyoga m. N. of wks

⋙ narakottaraṇa

   narakôttaraṇa n. N. of a Stotra

⋙ narakankas

   narakankas m. = ○kâvāsa MārkP.

≫ narakāya

   narakāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble or be similar to hell MārkP.

naraṅga

   naraṅga wṛ. for narâṅga L.

narada

   narada m. N. of a Brāhman Lalit. 
   • m. or n. (prob.) = nálada g. kiśarâdi

⋙ naradika

   naraḍdika mfn. dealing in the substance called Narada ib.

narāśaṃsa

   nárā-śáṃsa under nara

nariṣṭā

   naríṣṭā (cf. AV.), ○ṣṭhā (cf. VS.), f. joking, chattering, pastime (cf. narma, man)

nariṣyat

   na-riṣyat ○ṣyanta &c. under 2. ná

narīya

   narīya m. N. of a son cf Bhaṅgakāra Hariv. (vḷ. nāreya, tāreya)

naruṇa

   narúṇa m. (√nṝ?) leader (said of Pūshan). TĀr.

narka

   narka n. the nose Gal.

≫ narkuṭa

   narkuṭa n. id. ib. (cf. nakuṭa) 
   • ○ṭaka n. id. L. 
   • a kind of metre Var. (cf. nardaṭaka)

narta

   narta mfn. (√nṛt) dancing (cf. nitya-) 
   • m. dance, g. chedâdi

≫ nartaka

   nartaka mfn. causing to dance (fr. Caus.), Sāh 
   • m. dancer, singer, actor (often with naṭa) MBh. Var. Kāv. Pur. &c 
   • a dancing-master (fr. Caus.) MBh. 
   • a bard, herald W. 
   • an elephant L. 
   • a peacock W. 
   • a kind of reed L. 
   • (ī), f. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 145 Kāś.) a female dancer, actress, singing girl Kāv. Pur. &c. (-tva n. Vcar.) 
   • a female elephant L. 
   • a peahen W. 
   • a kind of perfume L. 
   • n. a partic. myth. weapon MBh.

⋙ nartakaka

   nartakaka m

⋙ nartakakikā

   nartakaḍkikā f. dimin. fr. nartaka Pat.

≫ nartana

   nartana m. (initial n not changeable to ṇ g. kṣubhnâdi) dancer MBh. Hariv. 
   • n. dancing, acting (metric. also ā, f 
   • cf. ○nā-gṛha, below)

⋙ nartananirṇaya

   ○nirṇaya m. N. of wk

⋙ nartanapriya

   ○priya m. 'fond of dancing', a peacock L.

⋙ nartanaśālā

   ○śālā f. dancing-room MBh.

⋙ nartanasthāna

   ○sthāna n. dancing-place

⋙ nartanāgāra

   nartanâgāra and n. = ○na-śālā MBh.

⋙ nartanāgṛha

   nartaḍnā-gṛha n. = ○na-śālā MBh.

≫ nartayitṛ

   nartayitṛ mfn. causing to dance (with acc.) Vcar. 
   • m. dancing-master Mālav. ii, 24 ; 29/30 (cf. ○taka)

⋙ nartita

   nartita mfn. made to dance, dandled Kāv. 
   • n. dance MBh. 
   • -bhrū-lata mfn. a face the eye brows of which are dancing or moving to and fro Bhartṛ. [Page 530, Column 1] 
   • -mayūra mfn. possessing dancing peacocks ib.

⋙ nartitavya

   nartitavya n. the being obliged to dance, necessity of dancing Ratn. i, 5/6

≫ nartin

   nartin mfn. dancing (cf. vaṃśa-n○)

≫ nartū

   nartū f. actress, dancing girl L.

nard

   nard c1. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. iii, 19) nardati (ep. also ○te 
   • pf. nanarda MBh. 
   • aor. anardīt Gr 
   • anardiṣur Bhaṭṭ. 
   • fut. nardiṣyati, ○ditā Gr 
   • inf. narditum ib. 
   • ind. p. -nardam MBh.) to bellow, roar, shriek, sound Br. &c.&c 
   • to go, move, Gr.: Caus. -nardayati GopBr.

≫ narda

   narda mfn. bellowing, roaring (cf. go-n○)

⋙ nardat

   narḍdat mf(antī)n. roaring, sounding, praising, proclaiming MBh. &c

⋙ nardana

   narḍdana m. 'roarer', N. of a Nāga-rāja L. 
   • n. sounding, roaring Var. 
   • celebrating, praising aloud W.

⋙ nardanīya

   narḍdanīya mfn. to be sounded 
   • to be celebrated or praised aloud ib.

⋙ nardita

   narḍdita mfn. roared, bellowed &c 
   • n. bellowing, roaring, sounding R. Hit. 
   • m. a kind of die or a throw at dice Mṛicch. ii, 7 (= nādī or nāndī. Sch. 
   • prob. the chief die 
   • cf. vṛṣa Nal. vii, 6)

⋙ nardin

   narḍdin mfn. roaring, sounding (cf. gehe-n○)

nardaṭaka

   nardaṭaka n. a kind of metre Col. (wṛ. nardh○ 
   • cf. narkuṭaka)

nardabuda

   nardabuda mfn. = garbhasya śabdayitā, niśāmakaḥ TS. Sch.

narb

   narb cl. 1. P. narbati, to go, move Dhātup. xi, 34 (cf. namb)

narma 1

   narmá m. sport, pastime VS. (cf. narman, naríṣṭā)

≫ narma 2

   narma in comp. for ○man

⋙ narmakīla

   ○kīla m. a husband L.

⋙ narmagarbha

   ○garbha mfn. containing a joke, not meant seriously Bālar. 
   • m. (dram.) an action of the hero in an unrecognizable form Sāh. Bhar.

⋙ narmada

   ○da mfn. causing mirth or pleasure, delightful Naish. 
   • m. a jester, the companion of a person's sports or amusements L. 
   • N. of a man Cat. 
   • (ā), f. narmadā

⋙ narmadyuti

   ○dyuti mfn. bright with joy, happy, merry W. 
   • f. enjoyment of a joke or any amusement Daśar. Sch.

⋙ narmayukta

   ○yukta mfn. sportive, jocose (word) MBh.

⋙ narmavatī

   ○vatī f. N. of a drama Sāh.

⋙ narmasaṃyukta

   ○saṃyukta mfn. sportive, droll MBh.

⋙ narmasaciva

   ○saciva m. 'amusement-companion', promoter of the amusement of a prince Kām.

⋙ narmasācivya

   ○sācivya n. superintendence of a prince's amusement W.

⋙ narmasuhṛd

   ○suhṛd m. = -saciva Kathās.

⋙ narmasphañja

   ○sphañja or (cf. Daśar.),

⋙ narmasphiñja

   ○sphiñja (cf. Daśar.),

⋙ narmasphūrja

   ○sphūrja (cf. Sāh. Bhar.), m. (dram.) the first meeting of lovers beginning with joy but ending in alarm

⋙ narmasphoṭa

   ○sphoṭa m. (dram.) the first symptoms of love ib.

⋙ narmārtham

   narmârtham ind. for sport MBh.

⋙ narmālāpa

   narmâlāpa m. a jocular conversation Hcat.

⋙ narmaikasodara

   narmâika-sôdara mfn. having pleasure or mirth as one's only brother, thinking only of sport Kathās.

⋙ narmokti

   narmôkti f. a facetious expression Rājat.

≫ narmaṭha

   narmaṭha m. (only L.) a jester 
   • a libertine 
   • sport 
   • coition 
   • the nipple 
   • the chin

≫ narmadā

   narma-dā f. of -da (above), 'pleasure-giver', N. of a river (the modern Nerbudda) MBh. &c. (she is personified as the wife of Puru-kutsa and mother of Trasa-dasyu, or as a sister of the Ura-gas i.e. serpents, or as a daughter of the Soma-pas) 
   • of a Gandharvii R. 
   • a kind of plant L.

⋙ narmadākhaṇḍa

   ○khaṇḍa m. or n. N. of ch. of the SkandaP.

⋙ narmadātaṭadeśa

   ○taṭa-deśa m. N. of a district MW.

⋙ narmadātīragamana

   ○tīra-gamana n. N. of ch. of the R.

⋙ narmadātīrtha

   ○tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place ŚivaP.

⋙ narmadāmāhātmya

   ○māhātmya n

⋙ narmadālaharī

   ○laharī f

⋙ narmadāṣṭaka

   ○"ṣṣṭaka (○dâṣṭ○), n

⋙ narmadāsundarīrāsa

   ○sundarī-rāsa m. N. of wks

⋙ narmadeśvara

   narmadêśvara m. (prob.) a form of Śiva 
   • -tīrtha n. N. of sev. Tīrthas ŚivaP. 
   • -parī7kṣā f. N. of wk 
   • -māhātmya n. N. of ch. of ŚivaP. 
   • -liṅga n. N. of a Liṅga 
   • of ch. of SkandaP.

≫ narman

   narman n. sport, play, amusement, pleasure, pastime, pleasantry, dallying, jest, joke, wit, humour, (○māṇi-√kṛ, to joke 
   • ○maṇā ind. in jest, for sport) MBh. Kāv. &c

≫ narmaya

   narmaya Nom.P. ○yati, to gladden or exhilarate by jests or sports Kām.

≫ narmāyita

   narmāyita n. sport, pastime Bālar.

narmaṭa

   narmaṭa m. a potsherd 
   • the sun L.

narmarā

   narmarā f. (cf. L.) cavity or valley 
   • a bellows 
   • an old woman past menstruation 
   • a kind of plant

nal

   nal cl. 1. P. to smell or to bind Dhātup. xx, 8 (confusion of gandhe and bandhe?) 
   • cl. 10. P. nālayati, to speak or shine, xxxiii, 127 [Page 530, Column 2] 
   • to bind or confine W.

nala

   nala m. (cf. naḍá, naḻá) a species of reed, Amphidonax Karka (8-12 feet high) Gobh. MBh. &c 
   • a measure of length MBh. (vḷ. tala) 
   • a partic. form of constellation in which all the planets or stars are grouped in double mansions Var. 
   • the 50th year of the cycle of Jupiter which lasts 60 years Cat. 
   • N. of a divine being mentioned with Yama Karmapr. (= pitṛ-deva, or -daiva L. 
   • a deified progenitor W.) 
   • of a Daitya BrahmaP. 
   • of a king of the Nishadhas (son of Vīra-sena and husband of Damayantī) MBh. Pur. 
   • of a son of Nishadha and father of Nabha or Nabhas Hariv. Ragh. VP. 
   • of a descendant of the latter Nala (sṭson of Su-dhanvan and father of Uktha) Hariv. VP. 
   • of a son of Yadu Pur. 
   • of a monkey-chief (son of Tvashṭṛi or Viśva-karman 
   • cf. -setu) MBh. R. 
   • of a medic. author Cat. 
   • (ī), f. a kind of perfume or red arsenic L. (cf. naṭī) 
   • n. the blossom of Nelumbium Speciosum L. (cf. nalina, ○nī) 
   • smell, odour L. (cf. √nal)

⋙ nalakānana

   ○kānana m. pl. N. of a people MBh. VP. (= naḻakân○? 
   • vḷ. nalakālaka, nabhakānana)

⋙ nalakīla

   ○kīla m. the knee L.

⋙ nalakūbara

   ○kūbara m. N. of a son of Kubera MBh. 
   • -saṃhitā f. N. of wk

⋙ nalagiri

   ○giri m. N. of Pradyota's elephant Megh.

⋙ nalacampū

   ○campū f. N. of an artificial poem (half prose half verse) = Damayantī-kathā

⋙ nalacarita

   ○carita and n. N. of a poem and a drama. - 1

⋙ nalacaritra

   ○cariḍtra n. N. of a poem and a drama. - 1

⋙ nalada

   ○da (ná○), m. or n. Nardostachys Jatamansi, Indian spikenard AV. Suśr. &c. (also ā f. L. 
   • cf. narada) 
   • the √of Andropogon Muricatus Naish. (-tva n. ib.) 
   • the blossom of Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis L. 
   • the honey or nectar of a flower L. 
   • (ā), f. N. of a daughter of Raudrâśva Hariv. 
   • (ī́), f. N. of an Apsaras AV. 
   • ○dika mf(ī)n. dealing in Indian spikenard, g. kiśorâdi. -2

⋙ nalada

   ○da mfn. bringing near king Nala, Naish (-tva n. ib.)

⋙ nalapaṭṭikā

   ○paṭṭikā f. a mat made with reeds L.

⋙ nalapākaśāstra

   ○pāka-śāstra n. N. of a manual on cookery

⋙ nalapura

   ○pura n. N. of a town Inscr. 
   • of Naishṣ. town = Nishadhā Gal.

⋙ nalapriyā

   ○priyā f. 'beloved of Nala', N. of Damayantī ib.

⋙ nalabhūmipālanāṭaka

   ○bhūmipāla-nāṭaka n. N. of a drama

⋙ nalamālin

   ○mālin m. 'reed-garlanded', N. of an ocean Jātakam.

⋙ nalamīna

   ○mīna m. a kind of fish L. (vḷ. tala-m○)

⋙ nalayādavarāghavapāṇḍavīya

   ○yādava-rāghava-pāṇḍavīya and n. N. of 2 poems

⋙ nalavarṇana

   ○varṇana n. N. of 2 poems

⋙ nalasetu

   ○setu m. 'Nala bridge', the causeway constructed by the monkey Nala for Rāma from the continent to Laṅkā (the modern Adam's Bridge) MBh. R. Suśr.

⋙ nalasena

   ○sena m. N. of a prince L.

⋙ nalastotra

   ○stotra n. N. of a poem

⋙ nalānanda

   nalânanda m. 'Nala's joy', N. of a drama

⋙ naledhma

   nalêdhma m. reeds serving as fuel

⋙ naleśvaratīrtha

   nalêśvaratīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Śivag.

⋙ nalottama

   nalôttama m. Arundo Bengalensis L.

⋙ nalodaya

   nalôdaya m. 'Nala's rise', N. of an artificial poem ascribed to Kālidāsa

⋙ nalopākhyāna

   nalôpâkhyāna n. 'the story of NṭNala' in MBh. iii, 6, 52-77

≫ nalaka

   nalaka n. a bone (hollow like a reed) 
   • any long bone of the body, e.g. the tibia or the radius of the arm Suśr. 
   • a partic. ornament for the nose Caṇḍ. 
   • (ikā), f. a tube or tubular organ of the body (= nāḍī) L. 
   • a quiver Naish. 
   • Dolichos Lablab Var. 
   • Polianthes Tuberosa or Daemia Extensa L. 
   • a kind of fragrant substance L. 
   • ○ikā-bandha-pad-dhati f. N. of wk

⋙ nalakinī

   nalakinī f. a leg L. 
   • the knee-cap or -pan W.

≫ nalita

   nalita m. a species of vegetable (= nālitā) L.

≫ nalina

   nalina n. (fr. nala because of its hollow stalk?) a lotus flower or water-lily, Nelumbium Speciosum (ifc. f. ā) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • the indigo plant L. 
   • water L.

⋙ nalinadala

   ○dala n. a leaf of the lotus flower (cf. nalinī-dala and nava-nalina-dalāya) 
   • m. the Indian crane L. (cf. puṣkara) 
   • Carissa Carandas L. 
   • N. of a man Pravar.

⋙ nalinanābha

   ○nābha m. 'lotus-naveled', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Kād.

⋙ nalināsana

   nalinâsana) m. 'the lotus-throned', N. of Brahmā ib. (wṛ. ○nâśana)

⋙ nalineśaya

   naline-śaya m. reclining on a lotus, N. of Vishṇu L. 
   • (ī), f. below

≫ nalini

   nalini metric. for ○nī in

⋙ nalinidala

   ○dala = ○nI-d○ Gīt. ix, 6

≫ nalinī 1

   nalinī f. (fr. nalina above or fr. nala 'lotus' as ab-jinī fr. ab-ja, padminī fr. padma &c.) a lotus, Nelumbium Speciosum (the plant or its stalk), an assemblage of lotus flowers or a lotus pond MBh. Kāv. Pur. &c 
   • the Ganges of heaven or rather an arm of it ib. 
   • a myst. N. of one of the nostrils BhP. 
   • a partic. class of women (= padminī) Cat. 
   • a kind of fragrant substance (= nalikā) L. 
   • the fermented and intoxicating juice of the cocoa-nut L. 
   • N. of the wife of Aja-mīḍha and mother of Nīla BhP. [Page 530, Column 3] 
   • of 2 rivers VP.

⋙ nalinīkhaṇḍa

   ○khaṇḍa n. an assemblage of lotus flowers Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 51

⋙ nalinīgulma

   ○gulma n. N. of an Adhyayana HPariś. 
   • of a Vimāna ib.

⋙ nalinīdala

   ○dala n. a leaf of the lotus plant Kāv. 
   • -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of lotus leaves Daś.

⋙ nalinīnandana

   ○nandana n. N. of a garden of Kubera R.

⋙ nalinīpattra

   ○pattra n. = -dala Kāv.

⋙ nalinīpadmakośa

   ○padma-kośa m. N. of a partic. position of the hands Cat.

⋙ nalinīruha

   ○ruha m. 'lotus-born', N. of Brahmā L. 
   • n. the fibres of a lotus-stalk L.

≫ nalinīka

   nalinīka^ ifc. = 1. nalinī BhP. v, 8, 22 
   • (ā), f. a partic. pot-herb Car.

≫ nalinī 2

   nalinī f. having king Nala Naish.

≫ nalīya

   nalīya mfn. relating to Nala ib.

nalla

   nalla wṛ. for nalva

nallādīkṣita

   nallā-dīkṣita -paṇḍita, -budha m. N. of authors Cat.

nalva

   nalva m. a furlong, a measure of distance= 400 (or 104?) cubits MBh. Hariv. R. (wṛ. nala, nalla)

⋙ nalvavartmaga

   ○vartma-ga mfn. going the distance of a Nalva 
   • (ā), f. Leea Hirta or the orange tree L.

≫ nalvaṇa

   nalvaṇa n. a measure of capacity ŚārṅgS.

nalvaṇgonnalakāmābhaṭṭa

   nalvaṇgônnalakāmā-bhaṭṭa (?), m. N. of an author Cat.

nava 1

   náva mf(ā)n. (prob. fr. 1. nú) new, fresh, recent, young, modern (opp. to sana, purāṇa) RV. &c. &c. (often in comp. with a subst., e.g. navânna, cf. Pāṇ. 2-1, 49 
   • or with a pp. in the sense of 'newly, just, lately', e.g. navôdita, below) 
   • m. a young monk, a novice Buddh. 
   • a crow L. 
   • a red-flowered Punar-navā L. 
   • N. of a son of Uśīnara and Navā Hariv. 
   • of a son of Viloman VP. 
   • (ā), f. N. of a woman ( above) Hariv. ; n. new grain, Kaus. [Cf. Zd. nava 
   • Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. [530, 3] novus ; Lith. naújas ; Slav. [no8v�u] ; Goth. niujis ; Angl. S. nîwe ; HGerm. niuwi ; niuwe, neu ; Eng. new.]

⋙ navakarmika

   ○karmika mfn. superintendent of the construction of an edifice Buddh.

⋙ navakārikā

   ○kārikā f. a newly-married woman L. (wṛ. for -varikā?) 
   • a new Kārikā (q.v.) L.

⋙ navakālaka

   ○kālaka mf(ikā)n. of recent time or young age 
   • (ikā), f. a young woman (either one recently married or one in whom menstruation has recently commenced) W.

⋙ navakālidāsa

   ○kālidāsa m. 'a new Kālidāsa', N. of Mādhava as author of Saṃkar. (cf. abhinava-k○)

⋙ navakṛt

   ○kṛ́t (ŚaṅkhGṛ.), prob. wṛ. for

⋙ navagat

   ○gát mfn. first-bearing AV. TS. -1

⋙ navagraha

   ○graha mfn. (for 2. 4. náva) recently caught. Kad

⋙ navaghāsa

   ○ghāsa m. new food Vait.

⋙ navacchātra

   ○cchātra m. new scholar, novice W.

⋙ navaja

   ○ja mfn. 'recently born', new, young (moon) MBh.

⋙ navajā

   ○jā́ and (náva-)

⋙ navajāta

   ○jāta mfn. 'id.', fresh, new RV.

⋙ navajvararipurasa

   ○jvara-ripu-rasa and m. N. of partic. medicaments Rasêndrac.

⋙ navajvarebhasiṃha

   ○jvarêbha-siṃha m. N. of partic. medicaments Rasêndrac.

⋙ navajvāra

   ○jvārá m. new pain or sorrow RV.

⋙ navatara

   ○tara (náva-), mfn. (compar.) newer, younger, fresher ŚBr. (cf. náviiyas)

⋙ navatā

   ○tā f. freshness, novelty Kum. -1

⋙ navatva

   ○tva n. (for 2. 4. nava) id. Rājat.

⋙ navadala

   ○dala n. the fresh leaf of a lotus or any young leaf W.

⋙ navadāva

   ○dāvá m. recently burnt pasture land 
   • vyá mfn. growing on ft TS.

⋙ navadvīpa

   ○dvīpa m. 'the new island', N. of a place now called Nuddea (at the confluence of the Bhāgīrathī and the Jalangī rivers) Kshitîś. 
   • -parikramā f. N. of wk

⋙ navanagara

   ○nagara n. 'new town, N. of a town L.

⋙ navanalinadalāya

   ○nalina-dalāya Nom. Ā. ○yate (p. ○yamāna), to resemble the leaf of a fresh lotus blossom BhP.

⋙ navanava

   ○nava mfn. always new 
   • most various or manifold Vcar. HPariś.

⋙ navanāthayogin

   ○nātha-yogin m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ navanī

   ○nī f. (cf. BrahmaP.) = next

⋙ navanīta

   ○nīta (náva-), n. fresh butter Br. MBh. Suśr. &c 
   • -kavi m. N. of an author Cat. 
   • -khoṭī f. a kind of tree Car. Comm. 
   • -gaṇa-pati m. N. of a form of Gaṇêśa RTL. 218 
   • -ja n. ghee (= ghṛta) Gal. 
   • -jātaka n. N. of of wk 
   • -dhenu f. a quantity of butter presented to Brāhmans (cf. under dhenu) W. 
   • -nibandha m. N. of wk 
   • -pṛśni mfn. having spots as yellow as butter TāṇḍBr. 
   • -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of fresh butter Hcat. 
   • -sama mfn. 'butter-like', soft, gentle (voice) Pañc.

⋙ navanītaka

   ○nītaka n. clarified butter L.

⋙ navapattrikā

   ○pattrikā f. N. of a partic. play or sport Cat. (a fictitious marriage Sch.)

⋙ navapariṇayā

   ○pariṇayā f. recently married, Kāvyapr

⋙ navaparṇādibhakṣaṇa

   ○parṇâdi-bhakṣaṇa n. 'eating of new leaves, &c.', N. of ch. of PSarv.

⋙ navapallava

   ○pallava n. a new shoot, young sprout W.

⋙ navaprasūtā

   ○prasūtā f. any female who has lately brought forth L.

⋙ navaprāśana

   ○prâśana n. eating of new corn PārGṛ.

⋙ navaphalikā

   ○phalikā f. a newly married woman L. 
   • a girl in whom menstruation has recently begun L.

⋙ navabaddha

   ○baddha mfn. lately caught, recently bound R. Ragh. -1. [Page 531, Column 1] 

⋙ navama

   ○má mfn. = navatama RV. v, 57, 3 (cf. Sāy.)

⋙ navamallikā

   ○mallikā or f. Jasminum Sambac Kāv.

⋙ navamallī

   ○mallī f. Jasminum Sambac Kāv.

⋙ navamālikā

   ○mālikā f. id. ib. Var. Suśr. 
   • N. of a daughter of Dharma-vardhana (king of Śrāvasti) Daś.

⋙ navamālinī

   ○mālinī f. N. of a kind of metre Col.

⋙ navamālī

   ○mālī f. = -mallikā L.

⋙ navamegha

   ○megha m. a new cloud or one just appearing MW.

⋙ navayajña

   ○yajña m. an offering of the first-fruits of the harvest Gobh.

⋙ navayauvaṇa

   ○yauvaṇa n. fresh youth, bloom of youth Bhartṛ. 
   • mf(ā)n. (Śṛiṅgār.) = -vat (cf. MW.), mfn. blooming with the freshness of youth

⋙ navaraktaka

   ○raktaka n. a newly-dyed garment W.

⋙ navaraṅga

   ○raṅga under 4. náva

⋙ navarajas

   ○rajas f. a girl who has only recently menstruated L.

⋙ navarāja

   ○rāja m. N. of an author (son of Deva-siṃha) Cat.

⋙ navarāṣṭra

   ○rāṣṭra n. N. of a kingdom MBh. Hariv. 
   • pl. its inhabitants MBh.

⋙ navavadhū

   ○vadhū f. = next Kāv. 
   • a daughter-in-law L.

⋙ navavarikā

   ○varikā f. a newly-married woman L. (cf. -kārikā)

⋙ navavastra

   ○vastra n. new cloth L.

⋙ navavāstva

   ○vāstva under 4. nava

⋙ navaśaśibhṛt

   ○śaśi-bhṛt m. 'bearing the new moon-crescent', N. of Śiva Megh.

⋙ navaśrāddha

   ○śrāddha n. the first series of Śrāddhas collectively (offered on the 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, and 11th day after a person's death) W.

⋙ navasaṃghārāma

   ○saṃghârāma m. N. of a monastery Buddh.

⋙ navasasya

   ○sasya n. the first fruits of the year's harvest 
   • ○syêṣṭi f. a sacrifice of first fruits Mn. iv, 26 ; 27

⋙ navasū

   ○sū́ (cf. RV.),

⋙ navasūtikā

   ○sūtikā (cf. L.), f. a cow that has recently calved (the latter also 'a woman recently delivered' W.)

⋙ navasthāna

   ○sthāna m. 'having (always) a new place (?)', the wind L.

⋙ navasvastara

   ○sva-stara m. a bed or couch of fresh grass ĀpGṛ.

⋙ navāgata

   navâgata mfn. just come Kām.

⋙ navānna

   navânna n. new rice or grain 
   • first-fruits AitBr. Mn. 
   • a ceremony observed on first eating new rice &c. MW. 
   • -bhakṣaṇa n. eating of new grain', N. of ch. of the PSarv. 
   • -vidhi m. -sthālī-pāka-mantra m. pl 
   • -hautra n. N. of wks 
   • ○nnêṣṭi f. = navasasyêṣṭi L.

⋙ navāmbara

   navâmbara n. new and unbleached cloth W.

⋙ navāmbu

   navâmbu n. fresh water MW.

⋙ navārma

   navârma n. N. of a place L.

⋙ navāvasāna

   návâvasāna ī. a new dwelling MaitrS.

⋙ navāvasita

   navâvasitá n. (prob.) id. ŚBr. KātyŚr. 1

⋙ navāha

   navâhá m. 'a new day', first day of a fortnight L.

⋙ navetara

   navêtara mfn. 'other than new, old Ragh.

⋙ navoḍhā

   navôḍhā f. a newly-married woman Kāv.

⋙ navodaya

   navôdaya mfn. newly risen (moon) Ragh.

⋙ navodita

   navôdita mfn. id. (sun) MBh.

⋙ navoddhṛta

   navôddhṛta n. fresh butter L.

⋙ navonavavyākhyā

   navonava-vyākhyā (!) and f. N. of wks

⋙ navaucityavicāracarcā

   navâucitya-vicāra-carcā f. N. of wks

≫ navaka 1

   navaka mf(ikā)n. new, fresh, young Vās. 
   • m. a novice Divyâv. 
   • (ikā), f. = nava-śabdayukta L.

≫ naviṣṭha

   náviṣṭha mfn. (superl.) the newest, youngest, last (Agni, Indra &c.) RV.

≫ navī

   navī in comp. for 1. nava

⋙ navīkaraṇa

   ○karaṇa n. making new, renewing W. root

⋙ navīkṛ

   ○kṛ (pp. kṛta) to make new, revive MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ navībhāva

   ○bhāva m. becoming new, renovation Kathās. root

⋙ navībhū

   ○bhū (pp. bhūta) to become new 
   • be renewed or revived Kāv. Kathās.

≫ navīna

   navīna mf(ā)n. new, fresh, young Kāv.

⋙ navīnacandra

   ○candra m. the new moon MW.

⋙ navīnanirmāṇa

   ○nirmāṇa n

⋙ navīnamatavicāra

   ○mata-vicāra and m. N. of wks

⋙ navīnavāda

   ○vāda m. N. of wks

⋙ navīnavedāntin

   ○vedântin m. a modern Vedánta philosopher Sch.

≫ navīya

   návīya mfn. new, young RV. iii, 36, 3

≫ navīyas

   návīyas mfn. (compar.) new, fresh, young, recent, being or doing or appearing lately RV. 
   • (as, asā), ind. recently, lately ib.

≫ navya 1

   návya mf(ā)is. = ○viiya RV. &c. &c 
   • (with strī), f. a newly-married woman 
   • (ā), f. a redflowered Punar-navā L.

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   navyadharmitāvacchedakavādārtha3návya--dharmitâvacchedaka-vādârtha m

⋙ navyanirmāṇa

   ○nirmāṇa

⋙ navyamatarahasya

   ○mata-rahasya n

⋙ navyamatavāda

   ○mata-vāda or m

⋙ navyamatavicāra

   ○mata-vicāra m

⋙ navyamatavādārtha

   ○mata-vādârtha m

⋙ navyamuktivādaṭippanī

   ○mukti-vāda-ṭippanī f. N. of wks

⋙ navyavat

   ○vat ind. ever anew BhP.

⋙ navyavardhamāna

   ○vardhamāna m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ navyākṛti

   navyâkṛti m. N. of Kṛishṇa Dhūrtan.

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   navyānumitiparāmarśakāryakāraṇabhāvavicāra3navyânumiti-parāmarśa-kārya-kāraṇa-bhāva-vicāra and m. n. of wks

⋙ navyānumitiparāmarśavicāra

   navyânumiti-parāmarśa-vicāra m. n. of wks

≫ navyas

   návyas mfn. = náviiyas RV. (gen. pl. ○sīnām for ○sām, v, 53, 10 ; 58, t) 
   • (as, asā, ase), ind. recently, lately 
   • anew ib.

nava 2

   nava m. (√2. su) praise, celebration L.

≫ navana

   navana n. (ifc. f. ā) the act of praising, laudation Nalôd.

≫ naviṣṭi

   náviṣṭi f. song of praise, hymn RV. viii, 2, 17

≫ navya 2

   návya mfn. to be praised, laudable RV. (navá AV. ii, 5, 2)

nava 3

   nava m. (√5. nu) sneezing Car.

nava 4

   náva in tri-ṇava, q.v. &c. in comp. = ○van. [Page 531, Column 2] 

⋙ navakaṇḍikāśrāddhasūtra

   ○kaṇḍikā-śrāddha-sūtra n. N. of the 6th Pariś. of Kāty. (= śrāddha-kalpa-s○)

⋙ navakapāla

   ○kapāla (ná○) mfn. distributed in 9 dishes ŚBr.

⋙ navakara

   ○kara m. 9handed (?)', N. of a poet Cat. (cf. -hasta)

⋙ navakṛtvas

   ○kṛtvas ind. 9 times Vedântas.

⋙ navakoṭi

   ○koṭi f

⋙ navakhaṇḍayogasahasra

   ○khaṇḍayoga-sahasra n. N. of wks

⋙ navaguṇita

   ○guṇita mfn. multiplied by 9 L. 2

⋙ navagraha

   ○graha m. pl. the 9 planets (i.e. sun, moon, 5 planets with Rāhu and Ketu) W. 
   • -kavaca m. or n. -gaṇita, -cakra n. -cintā-maṇi m. -daśā-lakṣaṇa, -dāna, -dhyāna n. -dhyāna-prakāra m. -nāmâvali-, -paddhati, -pūjā, -pūjā-paddhati f. -pūjā-vidhi, -prayoga, -praśna m. -phala n. -bali-dāna-prayoga m. -makha m. -makha-śānti f. -maṅgalâṣṭaka n. -mantra m. pl., -yantrôddharaṇa-krama, -yāga m. -vidhāna n. -śānti f. -sūkta n. -stava, m. -stuti f. -stotra, -sthāpana n. -homa m. ○hâdhidevatā-sthāpana, ○hâdhipatyâhidevatāsthāpana n. ○hânayana-koṣṭhaka n. pl. N. of wks

⋙ navagva

   ○gva (ná○), mf(ā)n. (√gam) going by 9 consisting of 9, 9.fold 
   • m.pl. N. of a myth. family described as sharing in Indra's battles &c 
   • m. sg. one of this family RV. (cf. daśa-gva)

⋙ navacatvāriṃśa

   ○catvāriṃśa mf(ī)n. the 49th 
   • ○śat f. 49

⋙ navacchadi

   ○cchadi (ná○), mfn. having 9 roofs TS.

⋙ navatattva

   ○tattva n. -prakaraṇa n. bālabodha, -bālâvabodha, or -bodha m. -sūtra n. N. of wks

⋙ navatantu

   ○tantu m. N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh.

⋙ navatardma

   ○tardma mfn. having 9 holes KātyŚr.

⋙ navatāntava

   ○tāntava mf(ī)n. consisting of 9 threads, Gṛhyās. -2

⋙ navatva

   ○tva n. an aggregate of 9 Sarvad.

⋙ navadaśa

   ○daśá mf(ī)n. the 19th R. 
   • consisting of 19 VS.

⋙ navadaśan

   ○daśán or (náva.)

⋙ navadaśan

   ○daśan mfn. pl. 19 VS.

⋙ navadīdhiti

   ○dīdhiti m. 9- rayed', the planet Mars or its regent L. (cf. navârcis)

⋙ navadurgā

   ○durgā f. Durgā in her 9 forms (viz. Kumārikā, Tri-mūrti, Kāyāṇī Rohiṇī, Kālī, Caṇḍikā, Śāmbhavi, Durgā, Bhadrā) L.

⋙ navadevakula

   ○deva-kula n. N. of a town L.

⋙ navadolā

   ○dolā f. a litter borne by 9 men W.

⋙ navadvāra

   ○dvāra n. pl. the 9 doors or apertures (of the body 
   • 3. khá) Subh. 
   • (nā○), mfn. 9doored AV. Up. &c 
   • n. the body Kum.

⋙ navadhā

   ○dhā́ ind. into 9 parts, in 9 ways, 9 times &c. AV. Up &c

⋙ navanavati

   ○navati f. 99 (in RV. for any large number) 
   • -tama mf(ī)n. the 99th R.

⋙ navapañcāśa

   ○pañcāśa mf(ī)n. the 59th 
   • ○śat f. 59 
   • -pad (ná○), mfn. (nom. pāt, padī, pat) 9.footed RV.

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   navapāṣāṇadarbhaśayanasaṃkalpa3náva--pāṣāṇa-darbhaśayana-saṃkalpa m. N. of wk

⋙ navabhāga

   ○bhāga m. the 9th part (esp. of an asterism or of a lunar mansion) Var. (cf. navâṃśa)

⋙ navamaṇimālā

   ○maṇi-mālā f. N. of wk

⋙ navamukha

   ○mukha mf(ī)n. having 9 apertures or openings BhP. (cf. -dvāra)

⋙ navayogakallola

   ○yoga-kallola m. N. of wk. (-nyāya-ratnâkara)

⋙ navaraṅga

   ○raṅga n. a gift to 5 and acceptance by 4 persons of the best Kāyastha families L. 
   • a kind of garment (also -ka) L. (fr. 1. nava?) 
   • -kula mfn. having the privilege of marrying into 9 distinct families (?) MW.

⋙ navaratna

   ○ratna n. 9 precious gems (viz. pearl, ruby, topaz, diamond, emerald, lapis lazuli, coral, sapphire, and Go-medha they are supposed to be related to the 9 planets) L. (cf. MWB. 528) 
   • the 9 jewels (i.e. the 9 men of letters at the court of Vikramâditya, viz. Dhauvantari, Kshapaṇaka, Amara-siṃha, Śaṅku, Vetāla-bhaṭṭ, Ghaṭa-karpara, Kāli-dāsa, Vara-ruci, and Varāhamihira) L. 
   • N. of a collection of 9 stanzas and other wks 
   • -jyotir-gaṇita n. -dāna n. -dhātu-vivāda m. -parī7kṣā, mālā, -mālikā f. ○tnêśvara-tantra n. N. of wks

⋙ navaratha

   ○ratha m. N. of a son of Bhimasa (in comp.), the 9 sentiments or passions (dram.) 
   • -taraṃgiṇī f. -ratna-hāra m. N. of wks

⋙ navarātra

   ○rātra m. a period of 9 days. AitBr. ŚrS. 
   • a Soma sacrifice with 9 Sutyā days KātyŚr. ; 9 days in the middle of the Gavām-ayana ŚāṅkhSr. 
   • n. (also ○trika) the 9 days from the Ist of the light half of month Āśvina to the 9th (devoted to the worship of Durgā) RTL. 431 
   • -kṛtya n. -ghaṭa-sthāpan- vidhi m. -nirṇaya m. -pūjā-vidhāna n. -pradīpa m. -vrata n. -havana-vidhi, m. N. of wks

⋙ navarāśika

   ○rāśika m. or n. the rule of proportion with 9 terms comprising 4 proportions MW.

⋙ navarāṣṭra

   ○rāṣṭra under 1. nava

⋙ navarca

   ○rcá (○va + ṛca), mfn. consisting of 9 verses AV.

⋙ navavarṇamālā

   ○varṇa-mālā f

⋙ navavarṣamahotsava

   ○varṣa-mahôtsava m. N. of wks

⋙ navavārṣika

   ○vārṣika mfn. 9 years old 
   • -deśīya mfn. about 9 years old Pañcad.

⋙ navavāstva

   ○vāstva (ná○), m. having 9 dwelling-places', N. of a myth. being RV.

⋙ navaviṃśa

   ○viṃśa mf(ī)n. the 29th R. 
   • -śati (ná○), f. 29 VS.

⋙ navavitṛṇṇa

   ○vitṛṇṇa mfn. per. forated in 9 places ŚBr.

⋙ navavidha

   ○vidha mfn. 9-fold, consisting of 9 parts Kauś. BhP.

⋙ navavivekadīpikā

   ○viveka-dīpikā f. N. of wk

⋙ navavṛṣa

   ○vṛṣá mfn. having 9 bulls AV.

⋙ navavyūha

   ○vyūha m. N. of Vishṇu L. (cf. catur-v○). [Page 531, Column 3] 

⋙ navaśakti

   ○śakti m. having 9 faculties', N. of Vishṇu or Śiva L.

⋙ navaśata

   ○śata n. 109 
   • -tama mf(ī)n. the 109th R.

⋙ navaśas

   ○śas ind. 9 by 9, by nines W.

⋙ navaśāyaka

   ○śāyaka m. N. given to any of 9 inferior castes (viz. cowherd, gardener, oilman, weaver, confectioner, water-carrier, potter, blacksmith, and barber) W.

⋙ navaṣaṭka

   ○ṣaṭka mfn. consisting of 9 x 6 (strings &c.) Var.

⋙ navaṣaṣṭi

   ○ṣaṣṭi f. 69 
   • -tama mf(ī)n. the 69th R.

⋙ navasaṃyojanavisaṃyojanaka

   ○saṃyojanavisaṃyojanaka mṆ. of Buddha Divyâv.

⋙ navasaṃghārāma

   ○saṃghârāma under 1. nava

⋙ navasaptati

   ○saptati f. 79 
   • -tama mf(ī)n. the 79th R.

⋙ navasaptadaśa

   ○sapta-daśa m. N. of an Atirātra ŚrS.

⋙ navasara

   ○sara m. or n. a kind of ornament consisting of pearls Pañcad.

⋙ navasāhasāṅkacārit

   ○sāhasâṅkacârit n. 'the 9 [or new?] deeds of king Sāhasâṅka', N. of a poem by Śrī-Harsha

⋙ navasāhasra

   ○sāhasra mf(ī)n. consisting of 9000 Cat.

⋙ navastobha

   ○stobha n. (with āyus), N. of a Sāman

⋙ navasrakti

   ○srakti (ná○), mfn. '9 cornered', consisting of 9 parts (as a hymn) RV. viii, 65, 12

⋙ navahasta

   ○hasta m. N. of an author Cat. (cf. -kara)

⋙ navāṃśa

   navâṃśa or m.= ○va-bhāga Var.

⋙ navāṃśaka

   navâṃḍśaka m.= ○va-bhāga Var. 
   • ○ka-pa m. the regent of a N/ ib.

⋙ navākṣara

   navâkṣara mf(ā or ī)n. consisting of 9 syllables ŚBr. 
   • ○rī-kalpa m. N. of wk

⋙ navāṅkura

   navâṅkura m. N. of wk

⋙ navāṅgā

   navâṅgā f. a kind of gall-nut L. (vḷ., latâṅgī)

⋙ navātmaka

   navâtmaka mfn. consisting of 9 parts L.

⋙ navānupūrvasamāpattikuśala

   navânupūrva-samāpatti-kuśala m. N. of Buddha Divyâv.

⋙ navāyasa

   navâyasa n. a medic. preparation containing 9 parts of iron Rasar.

⋙ navāratni

   návâratni mfn. 9 ells long ŚBr.

⋙ navārcis

   navârcis m. -"ṣva-dīdhiti VP.

⋙ navārṇava

   navârṇava (in comp.), the 9 seas 
   • -paddhati f. -prakaraṇa n. N. of wks

⋙ navāśīti

   navâśīti f. 89 
   • -tama mf(ī)n. the 89th R.

⋙ navāśra

   navâśra mfn. 9-cornered 
   • -kuṇḍa Cat.

⋙ navāha

   navâha m. the first day of a half-month L. 
   • = ○varātra m. "ṢaḍvBr. Lāṭy.

⋙ navāhnikabhāṣya

   navâhnika-bhāṣya n. (prob.) = the Mahā-bhāshya of Patañjali Cat. (cf. bhṭbhāṣya-n○)

≫ navaka 2

   navaka mfn. consisting of 9 RPrāt. MBh. 
   • n. the aggregate of 9 Var. Car. &c

≫ navata 1

   navata mf(ī)n. the 90th Rājat. (cf. ekadvā- &c.)

≫ navati

   navatí (cf. L. also ○tī) f. 90 RV. &c. &c

⋙ navatitama

   ○tama mf(ī)n. the 90th MBh. R.

⋙ navatidhanus

   ○dhanus m. N. of an ancestor of Gautama Buddha Inscr.

⋙ navatidhā

   ○dhā ind. 90 fold W.

⋙ navatiprakrama

   ○prakrama (○tí-), mf(ā)n. 90 steps long ŚBr.

⋙ navatiratha

   ○ratha m. N. of an ancestor of Gautama Buddha Inscr.

⋙ navatirupatimāhātmya

   ○rupati-māhātmya (?), n. N. of wk

⋙ navatiśata

   ○śata n. 190 L.

⋙ navatiśas

   ○śas ind. 90 by 90

≫ navatikā

   navatikā f. (fr. navatí) a paint-brush containing 90 hairs L.

≫ navan

   navan pl. (nom. acc. ráva 
   • instr. navábhis abl. dat. ○bhyas loc. ○su 
   • Class, also navabhís, ○bhyás, ○sú 
   • gen. navānā́m Pāṇ. 6-1, 177 &c.) nine RV. &c. &c. [Cf. Zd. navan ; Gk. ? for ? fr ? fa Lat., nôvem ; Goth. [531, 3] and Old HGerm. niun, OSax. and Angl. Sax. nigun, NHGerm. neun, Eng. nine.]

≫ navama 2

   navamá mf(ī)n. the ninth AV. &c. &c. (cf. 1. navamá under 1' nava) 
   • of 9 kinds, ninefold Hcat. 
   • (ī), f. (sc. tithi) the 9th day of a lunar halfmonth

⋙ navamāṃśa

   navaḍmâṃśa m. (in astrol.) = navâṃśa

≫ navamaka

   navamaka mfn. the ninth, Śrut

≫ navin

   navin mfn. consisting of nine Lāṭy.

navata 2

   navata m. an elephant's painted or variegated housings 
   • woollen cloth 
   • a cover, blanket, wrapper L. (cf. 2. namata)

navara

   navara m. or n. N. of a partic. high number, Buddli

⋙ navarasaundaryabhaṭṭa

   ○saundarya-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.

navaram

   navaram ind. (Prākr.) only L.

navidvas

   na-vidvas na-vipulā, under 2, and 1. na

naveda

   náveda (only RV. i, 165, 13) and návedas mfn. observing, cognizant (with gen.) RV. (Clearly not from the negat. na, but cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 75.)

navya 1

   navya. and 2 above

naś 1

   naś or noṃś, cl. 1. P. Ā. náśati, ○te (aor. ānat, -naṭ -anaṣṭām, -nak [in pra-ṇak], Impv. -nákṣi 
   • Ā. 1. sg. náṃśi Prec. naśīmahi 
   • inf. -náśe), to reach, attain, meet with, find RV. [Cf. 1. aś and nakṣ ; Lat. nac-tus sum ; Lith. nésśti ; Slav. nesti ; Goth. ganâhs ; Germ. genug ; Angl. Sax genâh ; Eng. enough.]

≫ naśa 1

   naśa dur-ṇaśa, dū-ṇaśa

≫ naśāya

   naśāya Nom. P. ○yati, to reach, attain to (acc.) RV. x, 10, 6. [Page 532, Column 1] 

naś 2

   naś cl. 4. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 85) náśyati (rarely ○te and 1. P. náśati, ○te 
   • pf. nanāśa, 3. pl. neśur 
   • aor. anaśat MBh. &c 
   • aneśat, néśat RV. Br. [cf. Pat. on Pāṇ. 6-4, 1 20] 
   • fut. naśiṣyati AV. 
   • naṅkṣyati, ○te [cond. anaṅkṣyata] MBh. 
   • naśitā ib. 
   • naṃṣṭā Pāṇ. 7-2, 45 
   • naṅgdhā Vop. 
   • inf. naśitum, naṃṣum Gr 
   • ind. p. naśitvā, naṣṭva, naṃṣṭvā ib.) to be lost, perish, disappear, be gone, run away RV. &c. &c 
   • to come to nothing, be frustrated or unsuccessful Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c.: Caus. nāśáyati, ep. also ○te (aor. -anīnaśat 
   • dat. inf. -nāśayadhyai RV.) to cause to be lost or disappear, drive away, expel, remove, destroy, efface RV. &c. &c 
   • to lose (also from memory), give up MBh. Kāv. Pañc. 
   • to violate, deflower (a girl) Daś. Kull. 
   • to extinguish (a fire) BhP. 
   • to disappear (in mā nīnaśah and ○naśuḥ) MBh.: Desid. ninaśiṣati or ninaṅkṣati Pāṇ. 7-1, 60 ; 2, 45 (cf. ninaṅkṣu) 
   • Desid. of Caus. nināśayiṣati, to wish to destroy Daś.: Intens. nānaśyate or nānaṃṣṭi Gr. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. nex, nocere]. [532, 1]

≫ naś 3

   naś mfn. perishing (in jīva-, q.v.)

≫ naśa 2

   naśa m. destruction MW. (cf. 2. nāśa)

≫ naśana

   naśana n. disappearing, escaping L. 
   • loss BhP.

≫ naśitṛ

   naśitṛ mfn. one who disappears or destroys L. (cf. naṃṣṭṛ)

≫ naśyat

   naśyat mf(antī)n. perishing, being destroyed &c

⋙ naśyatprasūti

   ○prasūti or f. a female bearing a dead child L.

⋙ naśyatprasūtikā

   ○prasūḍtikā f. a female bearing a dead child L.

≫ naśvara

   naśvara mf(ī)n. perishing, perishahle, transitory Kāv. Pur. &c 
   • destructive, mischievous W.

⋙ naśvaratva

   ○tva n. perishableness, transitoriness Daś.

≫ naṣṭa

   naṣṭá mfn. lost, disappeared, perished, destroyed, lost sight of invisible 
   • escaped (also -vat mfn. MBh.), run away from (abl.), fled (impers. with instr. of subj. Ratn. ī. 3) RV. &c. &c 
   • spoiled, damaged, corrupted, wasted, unsuccessful, fruitless, in vain Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c 
   • deprived of(instr.) R. i, 14, 18 (in comp. =, without', '-less', 'un-' 
   • below) 
   • one who has lost a lawsuit Mṛicch. ix, 4

⋙ naṣṭakāryārtha

   ○kāryârtha mfn. one who has lost interest in what is to be done R. (B.)

⋙ naṣṭakriya

   ○kriya mfn. ungrateful, Psñc. iii, 245 (ut. on whom a benefit is lost 
   • cf. MBh. i, 6116)

⋙ naṣṭagaṇita

   ○gaṇita n. N. of wk

⋙ naṣṭacandra

   ○candra m. 'moonless', N. of the 4th day in both halves of Bhādra L.

⋙ naṣṭacaryā

   ○caryā f. playing at hide and seek Nalac.

⋙ naṣṭacetana

   ○cetana mfn. one who has lost consciousness, insensible MBh. Suśr.

⋙ naṣṭaceṣṭa

   ○ceṣṭa mf(ā)n. one who his lost the power of motion, rigid, fainted, insensible MBh. Kathās. 
   • -tā f. rigidity, swooning L.

⋙ naṣṭajanman

   ○janman and n. 'a lost nativity', subsequent calculation of a lost nativity Var.

⋙ naṣṭajātaka

   ○jātaka n. 'a lost nativity', subsequent calculation of a lost nativity Var. 
   • N. of wk. (also -vidhāna, N.)

⋙ naṣṭadṛṣṭi

   ○dṛṣṭi mfn. sightless, blind BhP.

⋙ naṣṭadhī

   ○dhī mfn. unmindful or forgetful (of an offence) Rājat. v, 299

⋙ naṣṭanidra

   ○nidra mfn. sleepless Pañc.

⋙ naṣṭapattrikā

   ○pattrikā f. N. of wk

⋙ naṣṭapiṣṭa

   ○piṣṭa mfn. dissolved into powder Bhpr. 
   • ○ṭī- √kṛ, to dissolved into Powder ib.

⋙ naṣṭapraśna

   ○praśna m. N. of wk

⋙ naṣṭabīja

   ○bīja mfn. destitute of the seminal secretion, impotent L.

⋙ naṣṭamati

   ○mati mfn. one who has lost his senses BhP.

⋙ naṣṭamārgaṇa

   ○mārgaṇa n. seeking any lost object Var.

⋙ naṣṭarājya

   ○rājya n. N. of a district to the north-east of Madhya-deśa ib.

⋙ naṣṭarūpa

   ○rūpa mfn. 'whose form is lost', invisible MBh. 
   • (ā or ī), f. N. of a metre RPrāt.

⋙ naṣṭaviṣa

   ○viṣa (○ṭá-), mfn. (a snake) whose venom is lost AV.

⋙ naṣṭavedana

   ○védana mf(ī)n. finding any lṭlost object ŚBr.

⋙ naṣṭasaṃsmṛti

   ○saṃsmṛti mfn. unmindful or forgetful of (gen.) Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ naṣṭasaṃjña

   ○saṃjña mf(ā)n. = -cetana MBh.

⋙ naṣṭahīnavikalavikṛtasvara

   ○hīna-vikala-vikṛta-svara mfn. whose voice has been lost or become feeble or deficient or changed 
   • -tā f. Suśr.

⋙ naṣṭasmṛti

   ○smṛti mfn. one who has lost his memory, forgetful MW.

⋙ naṣṭāgni

   naṣṭâgni m. (a householder) whose fire has been extinguished L.

⋙ naṣṭātaṅkam

   naṣṭâtaṅkam ind. without fear (v. l. For ○tâśaṅka)

⋙ naṣṭātman

   naṣṭâtman mfn. deprived of mind or sense MBh.

⋙ naṣṭāptisūtra

   naṣṭâptisūtra n. 'line or series of lost property', booty L.

⋙ naṣṭārtha

   naṣṭârtha mfn. one who has lost his property, reduced, poor, Kātbās

⋙ naṣṭāśaṅka

   naṣṭâśaṅka mfn. fearless, dauntless Śak. (Pi.) i, 14

⋙ naṣṭāśvadagdharathavat

   naṣṭâśvadagdha-ratha-vat ind. like one whose horse was lost and one whose waggon was burnt (who therefore helped each other) Pat. on P1ṇ. ii, 1, 50 Vārtt. 16

⋙ naṣṭāsu

   naṣṭâsu mfn. one whose vital spirits have disappeared AV.

⋙ naṣṭendukalā

   naṣṭêndu-kalā f. (night) in which the moon is invisible L.

⋙ naṣṭendriya

   naṣṭendriya mfn. = ○ṭa-bija, deprived of one's senses MW.

⋙ naṣṭaiṣa

   naṣṭâiṣá (cf. ŚBr.),

⋙ naṣṭaiṣin

   naṣṭâiḍṣin (cf. AitBr.), mfn. seeking what has been lost

⋙ naṣṭaiṣya

   naṣṭaiṣyá n. the act of seeking what has been lost AitBr. [Page 532, Column 2] 

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   naṣṭoddiṣṭaprabodhakadhrauvapadaṭīkā3naṣṭôd-diṣṭa-prabodhaka-dhrauvapada-ṭīkā f. N. of wk. on music

⋙ naṣṭobhayaloka

   naṣṭôbhaya-loka mfn. one for whom both worlds are lost Kād.

≫ naṣṭi

   naṣṭi f. loss, destruction, ruin BhP.

naśāka

   naśāka m. a kind of crow L.

naṣṭa

   naṣṭa above

nas 1

   nas encl. form for acc. gen. dat. pl. of the Ist pers. pron. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-l, i, 21), us, of us, to us ; in Veda changeable into ṇas (4, 27 ; 28). [Cf. Zd. na, our 
   • Gk. ?, ?, ; Lat. nos-ter ; Old Lat. dat. [532, 2] nis.]

nas 2

   nas cl. 1. Ā. (Dhātup. xvi, 26) násate (aor. Pot. nasīmahi RV. ii, 16, 8 
   • pf nese 
   • fut. nasitā Gr.) to approach, resort to, join, copulate (esp. as husband and wife) RV. 
   • to be crooked or fraudulent Dhātup. [Cf. Gk.? (o) ? va- (o), ? ; [532, 2] Goth. ga-niśan, nas-jan ; Angl. S. gene10san ; HGerm. gine10san, genesen.]

nas 3

   nás or nās f. (the strong stem occurs only in du. nā́sā RV. ii, 39, 6, the weak stem only in nasā́, nasí, nasós [cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 63] and in comp.) the nose RV. AV. VS. TS. BhP. [Cf. nāsā, nāsikā ; Lat. nas-turciunm, nāres ; Lith. nósis ; Slav. nosû ; Germ. ṇase ; Angl. Sax. nosu ; Eng. nose, nostril = nose-thrill, nose-hole.]

⋙ naḥkṣudra

   naḥkṣudra mf(ā)n. small-nosed L.

⋙ nastas

   nas-tas ind. from or into the nose Br. &c. &c 
   • -taḥ-karaṇa, nasta-k○ 
   • -taḥ-karman n. the putting into the nose, taking snuff Car.

⋙ nasyota

   nasy-otá mfn. (√ve) fastened or tied by the nose, led by a nose-cord TS. MBh. BhP.

⋙ nasvat

   nas-vát mfn. nosed AV.

≫ nasa

   nasa (ifc.) the nose (cf. apī-n○, urū-ṇ○, kumbhīn○ &c.) 
   • (ā) f. id. L.

≫ nasi

   nasi id. (?) 
   • kumbhī-n○

≫ nasta

   nasta m. the nose L. 
   • (ā), f. a hole bored through the septum of the nose L. 
   • n. a sternutatory, snuff L.

⋙ nastakaraṇa

   ○karaṇa n. instrument used by Bhikshus for injecting the nose L. (○taḥ-k? above.)

⋙ nastatas

   ○tas ind. = (and prob. fr.) nas-tás (cf. pat-ta-tas fr. pattas) MBh.

⋙ nastota

   nastota mfn. = nasy-ota L.

≫ nastaka

   nastaka m. the septum of the nose (of cattle for draught) or a hole bored in it MBh. xii, 9377

≫ nastita

   nastita mfn. nozzled (cf. nastota and nasyota) L.

≫ nasya

   násya mfn. belonging to or being in the nose (as breath) ŚBr. 
   • (ā), f. nose-cord Yājñ. Sch. (cf. nāsya) 
   • the nose L. 
   • n. the hairs in the nose VS. 
   • a sternutatory, errhine MBh. R. Suśr.

⋙ nasyakarman

   ○karman n. the application of a sternutatory Suśr.

⋙ nasyabhairava

   ○bhairava m. (scil. rasa) a partic. medicament, Rasêndrach

⋙ nasyavidhi

   ○vidhi m. 'rules about sternutatories', N. of ch. of ŚāṅgS

≫ nasyita

   nasyita mfn. = nasy-ota Gal.

nasaṃvid

   na-saṃvid na-sukara &c. 2. ná

nah 1

   nah cl. 4. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 57) náhyati, ○te (Pot. -nahet MBh. 
   • nahyur AitBr. 
   • p. Ā. náhyamāna also with pass. meaning RV. &c 
   • pf. nanāha, nehe 
   • fut. natsyati, naddhā Siddh. [cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 34] 
   • aor, anātsīt, Bhsṭṭ 
   • anaddha Vop. 
   • ind. p. naddhvā Gr 
   • -náhya Br. &c 
   • inf. -naddhum Kāv.) to bind, tie, fasten, bind on or round or together 
   • (Ā.) to put on (as armour &c.), arm one's self. RV. &c. &c.: Pass. nahyate, p. ○hyamāna ( above): Caus. nāhayati (aor. anīnahat Gr.) to cause to bind together BhavP.: Desid. ninatsati, ○te Gr.: Intens. nānahyate, nānaddhi. ib. [Prob. for nagh ; Lat. nectere, Germ. ṇestel (?).]

≫ nah 2

   náh (only in nádbihyas RV. x, 60, 6 
   • but cf. akṣā-náh) a bond, tie

≫ nahasra

   náhasra n. bolt, nail, crotchet RV. AV. 
   • bond, fetter (cf. un-n○) 
   • putting on, girding round Viddh.

≫ nahus

   náhus^ m. neighbour, fellow-creature, man, (comp. ○huṣ-ṭara, nearer than a nearer, x, 49, 8) 
   • (collect., also pl.) neighbourhood, mankind RV. (cf. Naigh. ii, 2)

≫ nahuṣa

   náhuṣa m.= náhus RV. i, 31, 11 ; v, 12, 6 
   • (prob.) N. of a man, viii, 46, 27 
   • of a son of Manu and author of RV. ix, 101 Anukr. 
   • of an ancient king (son of Āyu or Āyus [cf. RV. i. 31, 11] and father of Yayāti 
   • he took possession of Indra's throne but was afterwards deposed and changed into a serpent Mn. vii, 41 MBh. R. &c. (cf. RTL. 240) 
   • according to R. i, 72, 30 and ii, 119, 30 he is a son of Ambarisha and father of Nabhāga) 
   • of a serpent-demon MBh. Hariv. 
   • of a Marut Hariv. 
   • of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa MBh. [Page 532, Column 3] 

⋙ nahuṣacarita

   ○carita 'Nahusha's life', N. of ch. of the PadmaP.

⋙ nahuṣākhya

   nahuṣâkhya n. the flower of Tabernaemontana Coronaria L.

⋙ nahuṣātmaja

   nahuṣâtmaja m. N. of king Yayāti (cf. above) W.

≫ nahuṣya

   nahuṣyá mfn. relating to man, human RV. ix, 88, 2 ; 91, 2 
   • descended from Nahusha (?), x, 63, 1

nahi

   na-hí (ná-hí MaitrS. and ŚBr.), ind. (g. câdi) for not, surely not, by no means, not at all (often strengthened by other particles, as aṅgá, nú, sma) RV. &c. &c. (nahikam g. câdi)

⋙ nahimātra

   ○mātra m. or n. a partic. high number (vḷ. mantra) Buddh. (cf. na-māsra under 2. ná)

   nā́ 2. ná

nāka

   nā́ka m. (√nam[?] 
   • according to Br. and Nir. fr. 2. ná + 2 -áka, 'where there is no pain' [?] 
   • cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 75 and below mfn. ) vault of heaven (with or scil. divás), firmament, sky (generally conceived as threefold, cf. tri-diva, tri-nāka, and AV. xix, 27, 4 
   • in VS. xvii, 67 there is a fivefold scale, viz. pṛthivii, antari-kṣa, div, divo-nāka, and svar-jyotis) RV. &c. &c 
   • the sun Naigh. i. 4 
   • N. of a Maudgalya ŚBr. &c 
   • of a myth. weapon of Arjuna MBh. 
   • of a dynasty VP. 
   • mfn. painless ChUp. ii, 10, 5

⋙ nākacara

   ○cara mfn. walking in the sky MBh.

⋙ nākanadī

   ○nadī f. the river of heaven', the heavenly Gaṅgā Vcar. 
   • the earthly Gaṅgā Naish.

⋙ nākanātha

   ○nātha or m. 'sky-lord', N. of Indra L.

⋙ nākanāthaka

   ○nāḍthaka m. 'sky-lord', N. of Indra L.

⋙ nākanāyaka

   ○nāyaka m. id. Bālar. Naish. 
   • -purohita m. 'Indra's chief priest', N. of Bṛihas-pati or the planet Jupiter L.

⋙ nākanārī

   ○nārī f. 'heavenly female', an Apsaras Kathās.

⋙ nākapati

   ○pati m. 'sky-lord', a god BhP.

⋙ nākapāla

   ○pālá m. 'sky-guardian', a god AV.

⋙ nākapuraṃdhri

   ○puraṃdhri f. = -nārī Bālar.

⋙ nākapriṣṭha

   ○priṣṭha n. 'sky-ceiling', the uppermost heaven Āpast. MBh. (○ṭhya mfn. being in it R.) 
   • m. N. of a man Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-2, 114

⋙ nākaloka

   ○loka m. the heavenly world MBh.

⋙ nākavanitā

   ○vanitā f. = -nārī L.

⋙ nākasad

   ○sád mfn. sitting or dwelling in the sky VS. ŚBr. 
   • m. a deity Hariv. Bhaṭṭ. 
   • N. of 9 Ekâhas ŚrS. 
   • f. N. of a kind of Ishṭakā ŚBr. Śulbas. (sat-tvá n. TS.)

⋙ nākastrī

   ○strī f. = -nārī Kathās.

⋙ nākādhipa

   nākâdhipa m. = ○ka-nātha 
   • -nāyikā f. pl. the courtezans of Indra, i.e. the Apsaras Naish.

⋙ nākāpagā

   nākâpagā f. the heavenly Gaṅgā Inscr.

⋙ nākeśa

   nākêśa m. = ○ka-nātha L.

⋙ nākeśvara

   nākêśvara m. ○ka-pati Hariv.

⋙ nākoka

   nākoka m. N. of a poet Cat.

⋙ nākaukas

   nākâukas m. = ○ka-sád m. R.

≫ nākin

   nākin m. 'having (i.e. dwelling in) heaven', a god Pur.

⋙ nākinkinātha

   ○"ṣki-nātha (cf. Śatr.) and m. 'chief of the gods', N. of Indra

⋙ nākinkināyaka

   ○"ṣḍki-nāyaka (cf. Siṃhâs.), m. 'chief of the gods', N. of Indra

nāku

   nāku m. (√nam [?] Uṇ. i, 19) 
   • anthill Nalac. 
   • mountain L. 
   • N. of a Muni L.

⋙ nākusadman

   ○sadman m. a snake, W

nākula

   nākula mf(ī)n . (fr. nak○) ichneumonlike, g. śarkarâdi 
   • m. patr. fr. Nakula RPrāt. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 114 Sch.) 
   • pl. N. of a people MBh. 
   • (ī), f. the ichneumon plant (supposed to furnish the iṭichneumon with an antidote when bitten by a snake) Suśr. (ct nakuleṣṭā) 
   • Piper Chaba L. 
   • = yava-tiktā (L.), sarpa-gandhā (Bh.), and other plants

⋙ nākulāndhya

   nākulândhya n. = nak○ Suśr.

≫ nākulaka

   nākulaka mfn. worshipping Nakula Pāṇ. 4-3, 99 Kāś.

≫ nākuli

   nākuli m. descendant of Nakula, patr. of Śatânika MBh.

nākra

   nā́kra m. a kind of aquatic animal VS. TS. (cf. nakra)

nākṣatra

   nākṣatra mf(ī)n. relating to the Nakshatras, starry, sidereal Lāṭy. Var. &c 
   • m. astronomer, astrologer MBh. 
   • n. a month computed by the moon's passage through the 27 mansions, or of 30 days of 60 Ghaṭīs each W.

≫ nākṣatrika

   nākṣatrika mf(ī)n. -prec. mfn. Jyot. 
   • m. a month of 27 days (each day being the period of the moon's passage through a mansion) W. 
   • (ī), f. the state or condition to which a person is subjected agreeably to the asterism presiding over his nativity ib.

nāga

   nāgá m. (prob. neither fr. na-ga nor fr. nagna) a snake, (esp.) Coluber Naga ŚBr. MBh. &c 
   • (f. ī́ Suparṇ.) a Nāga or serpent-demon (the race of Kadru or Su-rasā inhabiting the waters or the city Bhoga-vatī under the earth 
   • they are supposed to have a human face with serpent-like lower extremities [see esp. Nag. v, 17 RTL. 233 &c.] 
   • their kings are Śesha, Vāsuki, and Takshaka ib. 323 ; 7 or 8 of the Nāgas are particularly mentioned MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • with Buddhists they are also represented as ordinary men MWB. 220) [Page 533, Column 1] 
   • N. of the numbers 7 (Sūryas.) or 8 (cf. Hcat.) 
   • a cruel man L. 
   • one of the 5 airs of the human body (which is expelled by eructation) Vedântas. 
   • (sg. also collect.) an elephant (f. ī ifc. f. ā) Kāv. BhP. etc 
   • the best or most excellent of any kind (ifc.) L. (cf. ṛṣabha, vyāghra &c.) 
   • shark L. 
   • cloud L. 
   • N. of sev. plants (Mesua Roxburghī, Rottlera Tinctoria &c.) L. 
   • N. of a serpent-demon VP. 
   • of a Sādhya Hariv. 
   • of a teacher Buddh. 
   • of a dynasty of 9 or 10 princes VP. 
   • of sev. authors (also -śarman and -bhaṭṭa) Col. 
   • of sev. other men Rājat. 
   • of a mountain Pur. 
   • of a district L. 
   • = -danta (below) L. 
   • (ā and ī), f. N. of sev. women Rājat. 
   • (ī), f. N. of a metre Col. (cf. above) 
   • n. (m. L.) tin, lead Bhpr. 
   • a kind of talc ib. 
   • a kind of coitus L. 
   • N. of the 3rd invariable Karaṇa ( s.v.) Sūryas. Var. 
   • of the effects of that period on anything happening during it W. 
   • of a district of Bhārata-varsha Gol. 
   • mf(ā, or ī)n. formed of snakes, relating to serpents or serpents-demons, snaky, serpentine, serpent-like MBh. &c. (with āsana n. a partic. attitude in sitting Cat. 
   • ā f. [scil. viithī] = nāga-v○, below Var.) 
   • belonging to an elephant, elephantine (as urine) Suśr.

⋙ nāgakanda

   ○kanda m. a kind of bulbous plant L.

⋙ nāgakanyakā

   ○kanyakā (L.),

⋙ nāgakanyā

   ○kanyā (cf. Kāraṇḍ.), f. a serpent-virgin (cf. MWB. 220 RTL. 233)

⋙ nāgakarṇa

   ○karṇa m. red Ricinus L.

⋙ nāgakiññalka

   ○kiññalka n. the blossom of Mesua Roxburghī L.

⋙ nāgakuṇḍalakuṇḍalin

   ○kuṇḍala-kuṇḍalin mfn. wearing a coiled serpent for an earring MBh.

⋙ nāgakumāra

   ○kumāra m. prince of the serpent-demons Divyâv. 
   • pl. N. of a class of deities among the Bhavanâdh7iśas guarding the treasures of Kubera L. 
   • (ī), f. Rubia Munjista L. 
   • (also ○rikā) Cocculus Cordifolius L.

⋙ nāgakeśa

   ○keśa m. N. of a minister of king Nāgêśa Buddh.

⋙ nāgakesara

   ○kesara m. Mesua Roxburghī Vāsant. 
   • n. its blossom Suśr. (-cūrṇaka L.) 
   • a kind of steel L.

⋙ nāgakhaṇḍa

   ○khaṇḍa n. N. of one of the 9 divisions of Bhāratavarsha Rājat. (wṛ. -cchanda 
   • cf. -dviipa)

⋙ nāgagandhā

   ○gandhā f. a kind of bulbous plant L.

⋙ nāgagarbha

   ○garbha n. red lead ib.

⋙ nāgacampaka

   ○campaka m. a kind of Campaka L.

⋙ nāgacuḍa

   ○cuḍa m. 'serpent-crested', N. of Śiva Śivag.

⋙ nāgacohattrā

   ○cohattrā f. Tiaridium Indicum L.

⋙ nāgaja

   ○ja n. 'born', red lead, tin L.

⋙ nāgajihvā

   ○jihvā f. 'serpent-tongue', a species of creeper L. 
   • ○vikā f. red arsenic L.

⋙ nāgajīvana

   ○jīvana n. tin L. 
   • -śatru m. foe of tin', orpiment L.

⋙ nāgatamanī

   ○tamanī f. = -yaṣṭi L.

⋙ nāgatīrtha

   ○tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha SivaP. 
   • -māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nāgadatta

   ○datta mfn. given by Nāgas or serpents MBh. i, 5033 (v. l. -danta) 
   • m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. 
   • of a man related to Gautama Buddha Lalit. 
   • of a king of Āryâvrta, contemporary of Samudra-gupsa Inscr.

⋙ nāgadanta

   ○danta m. elephant's tusk or ivory MBh. 
   • a peg in the wall to hang things upon Pañc. Kathās. 
   • (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras R. (vḷ. -dattā) 
   • (ī), f. Tiaridium Indicum Suśr. 
   • Heliotropium Indicum L. 
   • -maya mf(ī)n. made of ivory Hcat.

⋙ nāgadantaka

   ○dantaka m. = -danta m. Var. Hit. 
   • (ikā), f. Tragia Involucrata L.

⋙ nāgadamanī

   ○damanī f. serpent-spell, Artemisia Vulgaris, or Alpinia Nutans L.

⋙ nāgadalopama

   ○dalôpama n. Xylocarpus Granasum L.

⋙ nāgadāśaka

   ○dāśaka m. (○saka?) N. of a prince Buddh.

⋙ nāgadeṇṭikā

   ○deṇṭikā f. (for -dantikā?) the betel plant L.

⋙ nāgadeva

   ○deva m. a serpent-king W. 
   • N. of sev. authors (also -bhaṭṭa) 
   • ○vâhnika n. N. of wk 
   • ○viiya mfn. written by Nāga-deva 
   • n. Nāga's wk

⋙ nāgadru

   ○dru m. a species of Euphorbia (used in offerings to the snake-goddess Manasā) W.

⋙ nāgadvīpa

   ○dvīpa n. N. of a Dvipa in Jambū-khaṇḍa or Bhārata-varsha MBh. (cf. nāga-khaṇḍa)

⋙ nāgadhanvan

   ○dhanvan m. (!)N. of a Tīrtha (cf. -vartman MBh., B.)

⋙ nāgadharīya

   ○dharīya n. N. of wk

⋙ nāgadhvani

   ○dhvani m. (in music) N. of a Rāga

⋙ nāganakṣatra

   ○nakṣatra n. N. of the lunar mansion Aśleshā Var.

⋙ nāganātha

   ○nātha m. serpent-chief. Inscr. 
   • N. of sev. authors Cat. 
   • n. = ○thêa-liṅga n. N. of a Liṅga sacred to Śiva, Cat

⋙ nāganābha

   ○nābha (?), m. of a man Cat.

⋙ nāganāmaka

   ○nāmaka n. tin L. 
   • the blossom of Mesua Roxburghī Gal.

⋙ nāganāman

   ○nāman m. holy basil (= tulasī) L.

⋙ nāganāyaka

   ○nāyaká m. serpent-chief Rājat.

⋙ nāganāsā

   ○nāsā f. the trunk of an elephant 
   • ○sôrū f. a round-thighed woman R. (cf. karabhôru)

⋙ nāganiryūha

   ○niryūha m. a peg in a wall (= -danta) L.

⋙ nāgapañcamī

   ○pañcamī f. a partic. festival sacred to the Nāgas (the 5th day in the light half of month Śrāvaṇa or in the dark half of month Āshaḍhā) L. RTL. 323 
   • -vrata n. ○ta-kathā f. N. of wks

⋙ nāgapati

   ○pati m. a serpent-chief. MBh.

⋙ nāgapattrā

   ○pattrā f. = -damanī Bhpr.

⋙ nāgapada

   ○pada m. a kind of coitus L.

⋙ nāgaparṇī

   ○parṇī f. the betel plant L.

⋙ nāgapāla

   ○pāla m. N. of a man Rājat. 
   • of a prince of Sāśikya Daś.

⋙ nāgapāśa

   ○pāśa m. a sort of magical noose (used in battles), Mahidh. on VS. vi, 8 (cf. MBh. viii, 2586 &c.) 
   • a kind of metre (= -bandha) L. [Page 533, Column 2] 
   • N. of Varuṇa's weapon L. 
   • of a man Cat. 
   • ○śaka m. a kind of coitus L.

⋙ nāgaputra

   ○putra m. a young serpent-demon Pañcad.

⋙ nāgapura

   ○pura n. N. of a town (= hāstina-pura) AVPariś. MBh. 
   • ○rī f. (prob.) id. in ○rīmāhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nāgapuṣpa

   ○puṣpa m. N. of sev. plants MBh. Hariv. Suśr. &c. (= Mesua Roxburghī, Rottlera Tinctoria, and Michelia Champaka L.) 
   • (ī), f. = -damanī Bhpr. 
   • n. the blossom of Mesua RoxbṭRoxburghī Var. 
   • -phalā f. Benincasa Ceriftra L. 
   • ○pikā f. yellow jasmine L.

⋙ nāgapaiya

   ○paiya (?) m. N. of a poet Cat.

⋙ nāgapota

   ○pota m. = -putra Hariv. (vḷ. pannagêdra)

⋙ nāgapratiṣṭhā

   ○pratiṣṭhā f

⋙ nāgavidhi

   ○vidhi m. N. of wks

⋙ nāgaphala

   ○phala m. Trichosanthes Dioeca L. 
   • (ā), f. Momordica Monadelpha Var.

⋙ nāgabandha

   ○bandha m. a snake as a chain or fetter Kathās. 
   • N. of a metre resembling the coilings of a snake Pratāp. (cf. -pāśa)

⋙ nāgabandhaka

   ○bandhaka m. elephant-catcher L.

⋙ nāgabandhu

   ○bandhu m. 'elephant-friend', Ficus Religiosa L.

⋙ nāgabala

   ○bala m. 'having the strength of an eṭelephant, N. of Bhima L. 
   • (ā), f. Uraria Lagopodioides Suśr. 
   • Sida Spinosa L. 
   • n. a partic. high number Lalit.

⋙ nāgabali

   ○bali m. an oblation to the Nāgas (a partic. marriage ceremony) ĀpGṛ. ii, 15 Sch. 
   • N. of wk. attributed to Śaunaka Cat.

⋙ nāgabuddha

   ○buddha m. N. of an ancient teacher Buddh.

⋙ nāgabuddhi

   ○buddhi m. N. of a medical author 
   • -nighaṇṭu m. N. of his wk

⋙ nāgabodha

   ○bodha or m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nāgabodhin

   ○boḍdhin m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nāgabhaginī

   ○bhaginī f. 'serpent's sister', N. of the goddess Manasā BrahmaP. (cf. -māsṛ)

⋙ nāgabhid

   ○bhid m. 'elephant-destroyer', a species of snake (vḷ. for -bhṛt?) L.

⋙ nāgabhūṣaṇa

   ○bhūṣaṇa m. 'decorated with serpents', N. of Śiva Śivag. (cf. -cūḍa) 
   • N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nāgabhṛt

   ○bhṛt m. a species of snake, Amphisbaena L. (cf. -bhid)

⋙ nāgabhoga

   ○bhoga m. a species of snake (or the coiling of a snake?) R. v, 74, 31

⋙ nāgamaṇḍalika

   ○maṇḍalika m. a keeper or catcher of snakes L.

⋙ nāgamatī

   ○matī f. Ocimum Sanctum L.

⋙ nāgamaya

   ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of or in elephants Hariv.

⋙ nāgamalla

   ○malla m. 'athlete among the eṭelephants', N. of Indra's elephants Airāvata L.

⋙ nāgamātṛ

   ○mātṛ f. 'serpent-mother', N. of Su-rasā R. 
   • of the goddess Manasā L. 
   • red arsenic L.

⋙ nāgamāra

   ○māra m. a species of pot-herb L.

⋙ nāgamudra

   ○mudra m. N. of a Buddhist Sthavira 
   • (ā), f. a seal-ring showing a serpent Mālav.

⋙ nāgamauñjin

   ○mauñjin mfn. (fr. muñjā) wearing a snake as girdle MBh.

⋙ nāgayajñopavīta

   ○yajñôpavīta n. a serpent as the sacred thread 
   • mfn. ○ta-vat (cf. Hcat.) ○tin (cf. MBh.), mfn. possessing it

⋙ nāgayaṣṭi

   ○yaṣṭi and f. a post serving as water-mark L.

⋙ nāgayaṣṭikā

   ○yaṣḍṭikā f. a post serving as water-mark L.

⋙ nāgarakta

   ○rakta n. red lead L.

⋙ nāgaraṅga

   ○raṅga and m. an orange-tree, Śrikaṇṭh. L.

⋙ nāgaraṅgaka

   ○raṅgaka m. an orange-tree, Śrikaṇṭh. L.

⋙ nāgaraṭṭa

   ○raṭṭa m. N. of a man Rājat. viii, 1137 (vḷ. -vaṭṭa).-

⋙ nāgarāj

   ○rāj m. serpent-king MBh.

⋙ nāgarāja

   ○rāja m. id. ib. (also ○jan) 
   • a large or noble elephant ib. 
   • N. of an author (also -keśava) 
   • -nāṭka n. -paddhati f. -śataka n. N. of wks 
   • jāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a serpent-king Vās.

⋙ nāgaruka

   ○ruka m. (fr. -vṛkṣa) the orange-tree L. (cf. -raṅga)

⋙ nāgarūpadhṛk

   ○rūpa-dhṛk m. N. of an author of Mantras (among the Śāktas) Cat.

⋙ nāgareṇu

   ○reṇu m. red lead L.

⋙ nāgalatā

   ○latā f. Piper Betle Bālar. 
   • the penis L. 
   • N. of a woman Rājat.

⋙ nāgalekhā

   ○lekhā f. N. of a woman ib.

⋙ nāgaloka

   ○loka m. the world of serpents or sṭserpents-demons (called Pātāla and thought to be under the earth) MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • the race of these beings collectively ib. 
   • -pati m. a serpents-chief. BhP.

⋙ nāgavaṭṭa

   ○vaṭṭa m. -raṭṭa

⋙ nāgavat

   ○vat mfn. consisting of serpents (cf. MW.) or of elephants MBh.

⋙ nāgavatman

   ○vatman wṛ. for -vartman or -dhanvan,

⋙ nāgavadha

   ○vadha (with rasa), m. a remedy against leprosy for the preparation of which a snake is used Bhpr.

⋙ nāgavadhū

   ○vadhū f. female elephant R.

⋙ nāgavana

   ○vana n. (in comp.) elephant and forests or a forests of elephant Vishṇ. iii, 16 
   • N. of a place L.

⋙ nāgavartman

   ○vartman m. (!) N. of a Tīrtha MBh. ix. 2148 (B. -dhanvan)

⋙ nāgavardhana

   ○vardhana and m. N. of men L.

⋙ nāgavarman

   ○varman m. N. of men L.

⋙ nāgavallarī

   ○vallarī f. Piper Betle Bhpr.

⋙ nāgavallī

   ○vallī f. id. R. (also ○li Śiś. ix, 35, ○likā L.) 
   • N. of wk. (also -kalpa, m.)

⋙ nāgavaśā

   ○vaśā f. = -vadhū Mudr.

⋙ nāgavārika

   ○vārika m. (cf. L.) royal elephant 
   • elephant driver 
   • a peacock 
   • N. of Garuḍa 
   • the chief person in a court or assembly

⋙ nāgavāsa

   ○vāsa m. 'abode of snakes', N. of a lake supposed to have been formed by the valley of Nepal Buddh.

⋙ nāgavithī

   ○vithī f. a row of serpents MBh. 
   • 'serpent path', the moon's path through the asterisms Svāti (or Aśvinī, Bharaṇi and Kṛittikā Var. (cf. nāgā. f. and gaja-v○) 
   • N. of a daughter of Dharma and Yāmī or of Kaśyapa and Yāmini Hariv. Pur.

⋙ nāgavṛkṣa

   ○vṛkṣa m. a kind of tree R. (cf. -ruka)

⋙ nāgavyādhinirṇaya

   ○vyādhi-nirṇaya m. N. of wk

⋙ nāgaśata

   ○śata m. N. of a mountain MBh.

⋙ nāgaśabdī

   ○śabdī f. (in music) N. of a Rāga

⋙ nāgaśarman

   ○śarman m. N. of a Purohita, Bhidrab

⋙ nāgaśuṇḍī

   ○śuṇḍī f. a kind of cucumber L.

⋙ nāgaśūra

   ○śūra m. N. of a man Kathās.

⋙ nāgaśrī

   ○śrī f. N. of a princess ib. [Page 533, Column 3] 

⋙ nāgasambhava

   ○sambhava n. red lead L.

⋙ nāgasambhūta

   ○sambhūta mfn. produced from serpents (said of a kind of pearl) Var.

⋙ nāgasāhvaya

   ○sâhvaya (with nagara), n. 'the town called after elephants', i.e. Hāstina-pura MBh.

⋙ nāgasugandhā

   ○sugandhā f. the ichneumon plant (cf. nākulī) Bhpr.

⋙ nāgasena

   ○sena m. N. of a Buddh. Sthavira MWB. 141 ; 192, n. lx 
   • of a king of Āryā-varta and contemporary of Samudra-gupta Inscr.

⋙ nāgastokaka

   ○stokaka n. a species of poisonous plant L.

⋙ nāgasthala

   ○sthala n. N. of a village near Mathurā Kathās.

⋙ nāgasphoṭā

   ○sphoṭā f. Croton Polyandeum or Tiaridium Indicum L.

⋙ nāgasvāmin

   ○svāmin m. N. of a man Kathās.

⋙ nāgahanu

   ○hanu m. Unguis Odoratus L.

⋙ nāgahantrī

   ○hantrī f. a kind of plant L.

⋙ nāgahrada

   ○hrada m. a lake inhabited by snakes or serpentdemons R.

⋙ nāgākhya

   nāgâkhya m. Mesua Roxburghī L.

⋙ nāgāṅga

   nāgâṅga n. N. of the town Hāstina-pura W.

⋙ nāgāṅganā

   nāgâṅganā f. female elephant L. 
   • vḷ. for next

⋙ nāgāñcanā

   nāgâñcanā f. an elephant's trunk L. 
   • = nāga-yaṣṭi L.

⋙ nāgāñcalā

   nāgâñcalā f. = ○ga-yaṣṭi L.

⋙ nāgāñjanā

   nāgâñjanā f. female elephant L. 
   • = prec. L.

⋙ nāgādhipa

   nāgâdhipa m. 'serpent-prince', N. of Śesha L.

⋙ nāgādhipati

   nāgâdhipati m. 'id.', N. of Virūḍhaka L.

⋙ nāgādhirāja

   nāgâdhirāja m. the king of the elephants Vikr.

⋙ nāgānana

   nāgânana wṛ. for ○gâśana

⋙ nāgānanda

   nāgânanda or n. 'the serpents' joy', N. of a Buddh. play ascribed to king Harsha

⋙ nāgānandiya

   nāgânanḍdiya n. 'the serpents' joy', N. of a Buddh. play ascribed to king Harsha

⋙ nāgāntaka

   nāgântaka m. 'serpent-destroyer', N. of Gatuḍa L.

⋙ nāgābharaṇa

   nāgâbharaṇa n. N. of wk

⋙ nāgābhibhu

   nāgâbhibhu m. N. of a Buddha (○bhū, of another man) Lalit.

⋙ nāgārāti

   nāgârāti m. = ○ga-hantrī L.

⋙ nāgāri

   nāgâri m. 'serpent-foe', N. of Garuḍa Rājat. Pañc. 
   • -giri-vivarakalpa- m. N. of wk 
   • -tantra-homa m. a kind of sacrifice Saṃskārak.

⋙ nāgārūḍha

   nāgârūḍha mfn. mounted or riding upon an elephant W.

⋙ nāgārjuna

   nāgârjuna m. N. of an ancient Buddh. teacher of the rank of a Bodhi-sattvi MWB.192 
   • (-carita, -jātaka, -tāntra, ○nīya and ○nīya-dharma-śāstra n. N. of wks.) 
   • (ī), f. of a rock-cavern Inscr.

⋙ nāgālābu

   nāgâlābu f. a kind of gourd L.

⋙ nāgāvalokita

   nāgâvalokita n. elephant look (turning the whole body, as a mark of Buddha) Divyâv.

⋙ nāgāśana

   nāgâśana m. 'snake-eater', a peacock Kāv. 
   • N. of Garuḍa Pañc.

⋙ nāgāhva

   nāgâhva n. 'the town called after elephants', Hāstina-pura L. 
   • (ā), f. Mesua Roxburghī Rasar. 
   • a kind of Champaka L. 
   • a kind of bulbous plant L.

⋙ nāgāhvaya

   nāgâhvaya (with pura), n. = prec. n. (cf. nāga-sâv○) MBh. 
   • m. a kind of plant R. 
   • N. of Tathāgata-bhadra L.

⋙ nāgendra

   nāgêndra m. serpent-chief. MBh. Suśr. 
   • a large or noble elephant Kāv. 
   • (ī), N. of a river Śatr.

⋙ nāgeśa

   nāgêśa m. N. of a prince Buddh. 
   • of a man called also daiva-jña Cat. 
   • of Patañjali L. 
   • (also -bhaṭṭa) = nagoji-bh○ (○śa-vivaraṇa n. N. of wk.) 
   • n. N. of a Liṅga in Dārukā-vana ŚivaP.

⋙ nāgeśvara

   nāgêśvara m. a kind of plant Pañcar. 
   • N. of a man Rājat. 
   • (ī), f. N. of the goddess Manasā Cat. 
   • n. N. of a Liṅga, Śivap 
   • -tirtha n. N. of sev. sacred bathing. places ib.

⋙ nāgoda

   nāgôda n. (nāga + uda or corrupted fr. next) armour for the front of the body L.

⋙ nāgodara

   nāgôdara m. N. of a medical author L. 
   • n. a kind of decay of the fetus in the womb Car. 
   • = prec. L.

⋙ nāgodbheda

   nāgôdbheda m. N. of a sacred spot where the river Sarasvati reappears MBh.

⋙ nāgopavītin

   nāgôpavītin mfn. = naga-yajñlâp○ Hcat.

≫ nāgaka

   nāgaka m. N. of a man Rājat.

≫ nāgin

   nāgin mfn. covered with or surrounded by serpents Hariv. 
   • (ī), f. Piper Betle L. 
   • a kind of bulbous plant L.

≫ nāgila

   nāgila m. N. of a man Śatr. 
   • (ā), f. N. of a woman HPariś.

≫ nāgī 1

   nāgī f. of nāga

⋙ nāgīja

   ○ja n. the blossom of Mesua Roxburghī L.

≫ nāgī 2

   nāgī in comp. for nāga. root

⋙ nāgībhu

   ○bhu to be changed into a serpent-demon Rājat.

nāgammā

   nāgammā f. (Prākr. for na-agamyā? prob. fr. ṭamil) N. of a poetess Cat.

nāgayya

   nāgayya m. N. of an author Cat.

nāgara

   nāgara mf(ī)n. (fr. nagara) townborn, tṭtown-bred, relating or belonging to a town or city, tṭtown-like, civic MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • spoken in a town (said of a partic. Apabhraṇśa dialect 
   • cf. upa-n○) Sāh. 
   • polite, civil, Śak v, 1/2 (v. l. for ○rika) 
   • clever, dexterous, cunning Dhūrtan. 
   • bad, vile L. 
   • nameless L. 
   • m. a citizen MBh. &c 
   • (= paura) a prince engaged in war under partic. circumstances (opp. to yāyin &c. and also applied to planets opposed to each other) Var. 
   • a husband's brother L. 
   • a lecturer L. 
   • an orange L. (cf. nāga-raṅga) 
   • toil, fatigue L. 
   • desire of final beatitude L. 
   • denial of knowledge L. 
   • (ī), f. Euphorbia Antiquorum L. 
   • [=deva-nAgarI] Col. [Page 534, Column 1] 
   • a clever or intriguing woman W. 
   • n. dry ginger Suśr. 
   • the √of Cyperus Pertenuis L. 
   • a partic. written character Hcat. 
   • a kind of coitus L. 
   • N. of sev. places L.

⋙ nāgarakhaṇḍa

   ○khaṇḍa n. N. of ch. of SkandaP.

⋙ nāgaraghana

   ○ghana m. = -mustā L.

⋙ nāgaratā

   ○tā f. cleverness, dexterity Dhūrtan.

⋙ nāgaranṛpati

   ○nṛpati m. a prince engaged in war under partic. circumstances (also applied to planets in opposition to each other) Var.

⋙ nāgaramustā

   ○mustā f. a species of Cyperus grass L. 
   • ○taka n. its grain Bhpr.

⋙ nāgarayāyigraha

   ○yāyi-graha m. pl. planets opposed to each other in various partic. ways Var. (cf. above)

⋙ nāgarasarvasva

   ○sarvasva n. N. of wk

⋙ nāgarasena

   ○sena m. N. of a prince Hcar.

⋙ nāgarastrī

   ○strī f. townswoman, female citizen R.

⋙ nāgarāvalambikā

   nāgarâvalambikā f. (prob.) N. of a woman Buddh.

⋙ nāgarāhva

   nāgarâhva n. dry ginger L.

⋙ nāgarotthā

   nāgarôtthā f. = ○ra-mustā L.

≫ nāgaraka

   nāgaraka mf(ikā)n. living in a town (opp. to āraṇyaka) L. 
   • clever, cunning L. 
   • m. a citizen L. 
   • chief of a town, police-officer, Sak. (v. l. for ○rika) applied to planets opposed to each other Var. (cf. nāgara-nṛpati and -yāyi-graha) 
   • an artist W. 
   • a thief. W. 
   • (ikā) f. N. of a female slave Mālav. 
   • n. dry ginger Suśr. 
   • a kind of metre Col.

≫ nāgarika

   nāgarika mfn. born or living in a town, civic Kāv. Pur. 
   • polite, courtly Śak. (cf. -vṛtti, below) 
   • clever, cunning Pañc. 
   • m. inhabitant of a town, (esp.) chief of a town, police-officer Śak. (vḷ ○raka) n. the toll raised from a tṭtown Pāṇ. 4-3, 75 Sch.

⋙ nāgarikapura

   ○pura n. N. of a town Cat.

⋙ nāgarikabala

   ○bala n. the guard of a police-officer Daś.

⋙ nāgarikavṛtti

   ○vṛtti f. a courtly manner or style Śak. v. 1/2

≫ nāgareyaka

   nāgareyaka mfn. belonging to a town, citylike, civic, g. kattry-ādi

≫ nāgarya

   nāgarya n. town-life, shrewdness, g. purohitâdi

nāgaramardi

   nāgaramardi m. patron. fr. nagara-mardin, bāhv-ādi

nāgariṭa

   nāgariṭa prob. wṛ. for nāgaviiṭa m. intriguer, match-maker L.

nāgulī

   nāgulī f. N. of a town Col.

nāgoji

   nāgoji m. N. of a grammarian (also ○jī, or jī9-bhaṭṭa [cf. nāgêśa] author of a gloss on Kaiyaṭa's Comm. on Pat. [= nāgêśa-vivaraṇa], of a gram. wk. called Paribhāshêndu-śekhara &c.) 
   • -paddhati f. N. of wk 
   • -bhaṭṭīya n. a work of Nāgoji-BhṭBhaṭṭa

nāgoba

   nāgoba m. N. of an author (1780) Cat.

nāgnajita

   nāgnajitá m. a descendant of Nagna-jít ŚBr. 
   • (ī), f. a daughter of Nagna-jit (N. of one of the wives of Kṛishṇa) Hariv. (w. r. nagnājitī) BhP. x, 61, 13 (where metri causa ○jiti)

nācika

   nācika m. N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh.

nāciketa

   nāciketá mf(ī)n. relating to Naciketa or Na-ciketas KaṭhUp. TĀr. 
   • m. (with agni) a partic. fire ib. 
   • (sc. agni) any fire L. (wṛ. nācikstu, or nācchiketa) 
   • N. of an ancient sage (son of Uddālski) MBh. (cf. tri-ṇāciketa)

⋙ prayoga

   prayoga m

⋙ nācikEtopākhyāna

   nācikEtôpâkhyāna n. N. of wks

nācirāja

   nācirāja and nācoka m. N. of Poets Cat.

nācīna

   nācīna m. N. of a people MBh.

nājjaka

   nājjaka m. N. of a man Rājat.

nāṭa

   nāṭa m. or n. (√naṭ 
   • g. ardharcâdi) dancing, acting, a dance L. 
   • m. (in music) N. of a Rāga 
   • of a serpent-demon Buddh. (cf. naṭa) 
   • pl. of a people Rājat. (= karṇāṭaka L.) 
   • (ī), f. (scil. bhâṣā) the language of the Nāṭas

⋙ nāṭabhaṭikavihāra

   ○bhaṭikavihāra m. N. of a monastery Buddh. (v. l. natabh○)

⋙ nāṭasūtra

   ○sūtra n. N. of wk

⋙ nāṭāmra

   nāṭâmra m. the water-melon L.

≫ nāṭaka

   nāṭaka mf(ī)n. acting, dancing W. 
   • m. an actor, dancer, mime R. 
   • N. of a mountain, KāIP 
   • (ikā), f. a kind of Upa-rūpaka or drama of the second order Sāh. &c 
   • any show or representation Bālar. vii, 76 
   • (in music) N. of a Rāgiṇī 
   • (akī), f. the court of Indra L. 
   • n. any play or drama Hariv. Kāv. &c. (personified as m. MBh. ii, 453) 
   • a kind of play, the first of the Rūpakas or dramas of the first order Sāh. &c

⋙ nāṭakacandrikā

   ○candrikā f

⋙ nāṭakadīpa

   ○dīpa m

⋙ nāṭakaparibhāṣā

   ○paribhāṣā f

⋙ nāṭakaprakāśa

   ○prakāśa m. N. of wks

⋙ nāṭakaprapañca

   ○prapañca m. course or arrangement of a drama W.

⋙ nāṭakaratnakośa

   ○ratna-kośa m. [Page 534, Column 2] 

⋙ nāṭakalakṣaṇa

   ○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wks

⋙ nāṭakavidhi

   ○vidhi m. mimic art, dramatic action MW.

⋙ nāṭakākhyāyikadarśana

   nāṭakâkhyāyika-darśana n. N. of one of the 64 Kalās L.

⋙ nāṭakāvatāra

   nāṭakâvatāra m. N. of wk

≫ nāṭakī 1

   nāṭakī ○ṭaka, above

≫ nāṭakī 2

   nāṭakī ind. for ○ṭaka 
   • with √kṛ, to make into a play Hariv.

≫ nāṭakīya

   nāṭakīya mfn. dramatic Śiś. ii, 8 
   • (ā), f. an actress or dancing girl Bhar. Daś.

≫ nāṭakeya

   nāṭakeya m. pl. N. of a people MBh.

≫ nāṭayitavya

   nāṭayitavya mfn. to be played (a drama) Ratnâv. Bālar.

≫ nāṭāra

   nāṭāra m. the son of an actress L.

≫ nāṭikā

   nāṭikā f. of ○ṭaka, q.v

≫ nāṭita

   nāṭita n. mimic representation, a gesture (in comp. also ○taka) Kālid. Ratnâv. Bālar. &c

≫ nāṭin

   nāṭin mfn. dancing 
   • saṃdhyā-n○

≫ nāṭeya

   nāṭeya or m. the son of an actress or a dancing girl L. (cf. ○ṭāra)

⋙ nāṭera

   nāṭera m. the son of an actress or a dancing girl L. (cf. ○ṭāra)

≫ nāṭya

   nāṭya n. dancing, mimic representation, dramatic art Kāv. Pur. &c. (○ṭyena ind. with a gesture Kālid. &c.) 
   • the costume of an actor BhP. (cf. below)

⋙ nāṭyadarpaṇa

   ○darpaṇa m. N. of wk

⋙ nāṭyadhara

   ○dhara mfn. wearing an actor's costume BhP. i, 8, 19

⋙ nāṭyadharmikā

   ○dharmikā or f. the ruler of dramatic representation L.

⋙ nāṭyadharmī

   ○dharmī f. the ruler of dramatic representation L.

⋙ nāṭyapradīpa

   ○pradīpa m. N. of wk

⋙ nāṭyapriya

   ○priya mfn. fond of dancing (Śiva) L.

⋙ nāṭyarāsaka

   ○rāsaka n. a kind of play consisting of one act Sāh.

⋙ nāṭyalakṣaṇa

   ○lakṣaṇa n

⋙ nāṭyalocana

   ○locana n. (and ○na-kāra, m.) N. of wks

⋙ nāṭyavarga

   ○varga m. N. of ch. of the Nāma-liṅgânuśāsana by Amarasiṃha

⋙ nāṭyaveda

   ○veda m. the science of dancing or mimic representation Caṇḍ. Daśar.

⋙ nāṭyavedī

   ○vedī f. stage, scene Kathās.

⋙ nāṭyaśālā

   ○śālā f. dancing-room GāruḍaP. 
   • a theatre W.

⋙ nāṭyaśāstra

   ○śāstra n. = -veda Mālav. 
   • -pravaktṛ m. the author of a work on dramatic art L.

⋙ nāṭyaśekhara

   ○śekhara m. N. of wk

⋙ nāṭyāgāra

   nāṭyâgāra n. dancing-room Bhar.

⋙ nāṭyācārya

   nāṭyâcārya m. dancing-master Mṛicch. 
   • ○ryaka n. the office of a dancing-mṭmaster. Pañc.

⋙ nāṭyālābu

   nāṭyâlābu f. a kind of gourd Gal. (v. l. nāgât○)

⋙ nāṭyokti

   nāṭyôkti f. dramatic phraseology Sāh.

⋙ nāṭyocita

   nāṭyôcita mfn. (song) fit for a dramatic representation Dhūrtas.

nāḍa

   nāḍa n. (fr. naḍa) = nāla, a hollow stalk L. 
   • (ā), f. N. of a partic. verse Vait.

⋙ nāḍapit

   ○pít m. or n. N. of a place ŚBr. 
   • (ī), f. below

≫ nāḍāyana

   nāḍāyana m. a more remote descendant of Naḍa, P1ṇ. iv, s, 99 
   • naka mfn. iv, 3, 80 Sch.

≫ nāḍi 1

   nāḍi m. the son of Naḍa Pāṇ. 4-1, 99 Kāś.

≫ nāḍi 2

   nāḍi f. any tube or pipe, (esp.) a tubular organ (as a vein or artery of the body) BhP. (cf. nāḍī)

⋙ nāḍicīra

   ○cīra n. a weaver's shuttle L.

⋙ nāḍiṃdhama

   ○ṃ-dhama mfn. swelling the veins, causing a quicker pulse, agitating Kād. Bālar. 
   • terrifying W. 
   • m. a goldsmith L. (cf. pāñca. janya-nāḍiṃ-dh○)

⋙ nāḍiṃdhaya

   ○ṃ-dhaya mfn. drinking or sucking through a tube L.

⋙ nāḍipattra

   ○pattra n. Colocasia Antiquorum L.

⋙ nāḍimaṇḍala

   ○maṇḍala n. the celestial equator L.

≫ nāḍika

   nāḍika mfn. ifc., id. BhP. 
   • (ā), f. a hollow stalk Jyot. 
   • any tubular organ (as a vein or artery of the body) KātyŚr. Sch. 
   • a measure of time = 1/2 Muhūrta Var. Mālatīm. &c 
   • a measure of length = 1/2 Daṇḍa MārkP. 
   • v. l. for nālikā Kām. v, 51 
   • n. Ocimum Sanctum Bhpr.

⋙ nāḍikādatta

   nāḍiḍkā-datta m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nāḍikāvṛtta

   nāḍiḍkā-vṛtta n. equinoctial circle Gol.

≫ nāḍī

   nāḍī́ f. (fr. nāḍa nom. ○ḍī́s RV. x, 135, 7) the tubular stalk of any plant or any tubular organ (as a vein or artery of the body) 
   • any pipe or tube RV. &c. &c 
   • a flute RV. Kāṭh. 
   • the box of a wheel TS. Kāṭh. 
   • a fistulous sore Suśr. 
   • the pulse W. 
   • any hole or crevice Kathās. 
   • a sort of bent grass (= gaṇḍa-dūrvā) L. 
   • a strap of leather, thong L. 
   • a measure of time = 1/2 Muhūrta Var. 
   • a juggling trick, deception L.

⋙ nāḍīkalāpaka

   ○kalāpaka m. a species of plant Bhpr.

⋙ nāḍīgrantha

   ○grantha m

⋙ nāḍīcakra

   ○cakra n. N. of wks

⋙ nāḍīcaraṇa

   ○caraṇa m. 'stalk-legged', a bird L.

⋙ nāḍījaṅgha

   ○jaṅgha m. 'id.', a crow 
   • N. of a fabulous crane MBh. 
   • of a Muni L. (cf. nāli-j○)

⋙ nāḍījñāna

   ○jñāna n 
   • -dīpikā, f. N. of wks

⋙ nāḍītarṃga

   ○tarṃga m. a kind of poison (= kākola) L. 
   • an astrologer W. 
   • a ravisher, debaucher ( = ratahiṇḍaka, cf. nārī-t○) W.

⋙ nāḍītikta

   ○tikta m. a species of Nimba L.

⋙ nāḍīdatta

   ○datta m. N. of an author Cat. (cf. nāḍikā-d○).,

⋙ nāḍīdeha

   ○deha m. stalk-bodied', N. of an attendant of Siva (= bhṛgin) L. (cf. vigraha)

⋙ nāḍīnakṣatra

   ○nakṣatra n. the planet of a person's nativity (= janma-n○) L. 
   • -mālā f. N. of wk

⋙ nāḍīnidāna

   ○nidāna n. N. of wk

⋙ nāḍīṃdhama

   ○ṃ-dhama wṛ. for nāḍiṃ-dh○ (above)

⋙ nāḍīparīkṣā

   ○parī7kṣā f. feeling a vein or the pulse Bhpr. 
   • N. of wk 
   • ○kṣâdi-cikitsā-kathana n. N. of wk

⋙ nāḍīpātra

   ○pātra n. a kind of water-clock L.

⋙ nāḍīprakaraṇa

   ○prakaraṇa n

⋙ nāḍīprakāśa

   ○prakāśa m. N. of wks

⋙ nāḍīyantra

   ○yantra n. any tubular instrument (in surgery) Suśr. [Page 534, Column 3] 

⋙ nāḍīvalaya

   ○valaya n. equinoctial circle Gol.

⋙ nāḍīvigraha

   ○vigraha m. = -deha L.

⋙ nāḍīvijñāna

   ○vijñāna or n. N. of wk

⋙ nāḍīvijñānīya

   ○vijñāḍnīya n. N. of wk

⋙ nāḍīvṛtta

   ○vṛtta n. = -valaya Gol. Sch.

⋙ nāḍīvraṇa

   ○vraṇa m. an ulcer, fistula L.

⋙ nāḍīśāka

   ○śāka m. a species of vegetable (= nāḍīka) Bhpr.

⋙ nāḍīśāstra

   ○śāstra n

⋙ nāḍīśuddhi

   ○śuddhi f

⋙ nāḍīsaṃkhyā

   ○saṃkhyā f

⋙ nāḍīsaṃcāra

   ○saṃcāra m

⋙ nāḍīsaṃjñāna

   ○saṃjñāna n

⋙ nāḍīsamucaya

   ○samucaya m. N. of wks

⋙ nāḍīsneha

   ○sneha m. = -deha L.

⋙ nāḍīsveda

   ○sveda m. steam-bath through tubes Car.

⋙ nāḍīhiṅgu

   ○hiṅgu n. the resin of Gardenia Gummifera L.

≫ nāḍīka

   nāḍīka mfn. ifc. = nāḍī L. 
   • m. Corchorus Olitorius and another pot-herb, Bh 
   • (ā́), f. the windpipe or throat AV.

nāḍikela

   nāḍikela or nāḍīkela m. = nārikela, the cocoa-nut palm L.

nāḍīca

   nāḍīca m. Colocasia Antiquorum L. (cf. nāḍikā-pattra)

nāḍvaleya

   nāḍvaleya m. metron. fr. naḍvalā Hariv.

nāṇaka

   nāṇaka n. a coin or anything stamped with an impression Yājñ. Mṛicch. Hcat.

⋙ nāṇakaparkṣā

   ○par7kṣā f. the testing of coin, assaying W.

⋙ nāṇakaparikṣin

   ○parikṣin m, coin-tester', assayer ib.

nātaṅkovilsthalamāhātmya

   nātaṅkovilsthalamāhātmya n. N. of ch. of BhavP.

nātānatika

   nātānatika mfn. fr. nata + anata Pat.

nātikalyāṇa

   nâti-kalyāṇa nâli-kovida &c. 2. ná

nātra

   nātra prob. wṛ. for nāntra, q.v

nāth

   nāth cl. 1. Ā. (Dhātup. ji, 6) nā́thate TS. Kāṭh. &c. (○ti MBh. Kathās. 
   • pf. nanātha 
   • aor. anāthīt 
   • fut. nāthiṣyati, or nāthitā Gr 
   • inf. nāthitum, Kathās. 
   • ind. p. -nāthya Prab.) to seek aid, approach with prayers or requests (loc.) TS. Kāṭh. 
   • to ask, solicit, beg for (gen. of thing MBh. iii, 126, 30 
   • cf. Pāṇ. 2-3, 55 
   • dat. of thing Vop. 
   • with 2 acc. Naish. iii, 25) 
   • to have power, be master Dhātup.: Caus. nāthayati, to cause a person to ask for anything, i.e. to grant a request (acc.) BhP. (B.) ii, 9, 25. [Cf. √nādh ; Goth. nithan, Old Sax. ginātha, nāṣa ; HGerm. genāde, gnade.]

≫ nātha

   nāthá n. refuge, help AV. TBr. 
   • m. a protector, patron, possessor, owner, lord (often ifc., esp. in names of gods and men, e.g. goviṅda-, jagan- &c 
   • but also mf[ā]n. possessed of occupied by, furnished with, cf. sa-) 
   • a husband (esp. in voc.) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • a rope passed through the nose of a draft ox L. 
   • N. of sev. authors Cat.

⋙ nāthakāma

   ○kāma (○thá-), mfn. seeking help AV.

⋙ nāthakumāra

   ○kumāra m. N. of a poet Cat.

⋙ nāthatva

   ○tva n. protectorship, patronage R.

⋙ nāthamalla

   ○malla m. N. of a man Cat. 
   • -brahmacārin m. N. of an author ib.

⋙ nāthavat

   ○vat mfn. having a protector or master, dependant, subject R. (-tā f. MBh.) 
   • (ī), f. having a husband MBh. R. Var. &c

⋙ nāthavid

   ○víd or mfn. (√3. vid) possessing or granting protection AV. TāṇḍBr.

⋙ nāthavindu

   ○vindu mfn. (√3. vid) possessing or granting protection AV. TāṇḍBr.

⋙ nāthasiṃha

   ○siṃha m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nāthastuti

   ○stuti f. N. of a poem (called also ātma-mandira-stotra) ib.

⋙ nāthahari

   ○hari mfn. carrying a master (as cattle) Pāṇ. 3-2, 25

⋙ nāthahāra

   ○hāra mfn. id. (but not said of cattle) ib. 
   • iii,. 2, 1

⋙ nāthānandamuni

   nāthânanda-muni m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nāthoka

   nāthoka (?), m. N. of a poet ib.

≫ nāthamāna

   nāthamāna mfn. seeking help, suppliant MBh. &c

≫ nāthāya

   nāthāya yati wṛ. for nāthayati 
   • √nāth, Caus

≫ nāthita

   nāthitá mfn. one who needs help, oppressed, suppliant RV. TS. 
   • n. supplication, demand, request BhP.

≫ nāthin

   nāthin mfn. having a protector or master Hariv. R.

nāda

   nādá m. (√nad) a loud sound, roaring, bellowing, crying RV. &c. &c 
   • any sound or tone Prāt. R. &c. (= śabda L.) 
   • (in the Yoga) the nasal sound repressented by a semicircle and used as an abbreviation in mystical words BhP. 
   • a praiser (= stotṛ) Naigh. iii, 16

⋙ nādakārikā

   ○kārikā f. N. of wk

⋙ nādatā

   ○tā f. the quality of sounding RPrāt.

⋙ nādadīpaka

   ○dīpaka m. or n. N. of wk

⋙ nādapurāṇa

   ○purāṇa n

⋙ nādabindūpaniṣad

   ○bindū7paniṣad f. N. of wks

⋙ nādavat

   ○vat mfn. pronounced with sound (as letters), sonant Kāś.

≫ nādi

   nādi mfn. sounding, roaring PārGṛ. [Page 535, Column 1] 

≫ nādita

   nādita mfn. made to resound 
   • ifc. sounding with, reverberant MBh. &c 
   • n. sound, noise ib.

≫ nādin

   nādin mfn. sounding, resonant, howling, roaring &c 
   • ifc. = prec. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • pronounced with sound, sonant Śiksh. 
   • m. N. of a Dānava Hariv. 
   • of a Brāhman changed into an antelope ib.

nādara

   nâdara 1. nadeya &c. 2. ná

nādika

   nādika m. N. of a country Buddh.

nādiga

   nādiga m. N. of a man Cat.

nādeya 2

   nādeyá mf(ī)n. (fr. nadī) coming from or, belonging to a river, fluvial, aquatic VS. R. Suśr. 
   • m. Saccharum Spontaneum or Calamus, Rotang L. 
   • (ī), f. N. of sev. plants (Tesbania Aegyptiaca, Premna Spinosa &c.) L. 
   • n. rock-salt Suśr. 
   • antimony L.

≫ nadya

   nádyá mfn. = prec. mfn. RV. ii, 35, 1 (?) TS.

nādh

   nādh cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. ii, 5) nādhate, occurring only in p. nā́dhamana, seeking help, asking begging RV. (cf. nāth)

≫ nadhas

   nadhas n. (prob.) = nātha, help, refuge RV. x, 65, 5

≫ nadhita

   nádhitá mfn. oppressed, needy, suppliant RV. i, 118, 8 ; 182, 7

nāna

   nāna m. N. of a man (also -bhaṭṭa) Cat. 
   • (ā), f. coin (= = nāṇaka) Hcat.

nānakacandrodaya

   nānaka-candrôdaya m. or n. N. of a poem by Deva-rāja

nānada

   nānada n. N. of a Sāman Br. (wṛ. nānanda)

nānardamāna

   nānardamāna mfn. (√nard, Intens.) sounding loudly, roaring lustily Hariv.

nānā 1

   nā́nā ind. (Pāṇ. 5-2, 27 
   • g. svarādi) differently, variously, distinctly, separately, (often used as an adj. = various, different, distinct from [with instr., e.g. viśvaṃ na nānā śambhunā, 'the Universe is not distinct from Śambhunā' Vop. 
   • rarely mfn. e.g. nārīṣu nānāsu Pañcar.] esp. in comp 
   • below.) RV. &c. &c 
   • -vinā, without (with instr., abl. or acc.) Pāṇ. 2-3, 32

⋙ nānākanda

   ○kanda m. a species of bulbous plant L.

⋙ nānākaraṇa

   ○karaṇa n. variation Divyâv.

⋙ nānākarman

   ○karman mfn. one who has performed many sacrifices Āpast.

⋙ nānākāma

   ○kāmá m. pl. many desires or wishes ŚBr. =

⋙ nānākāra

   ○ḍkāra (○nâk○), mfn. manifold, various Var. Rājat.

⋙ nānākāram

   ○kāram (or -kṛtya, or -kṛtvā), ind. Pāṇ. 3-4, 62 Kāś.

⋙ nānākṣetramāhātmya

   ○kṣetra-māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nānāgati

   ○gati m. 'moving in different ways', the wind Kir.

⋙ nānāgotra

   ○gotra m. belonging to different families MānGṛ.

⋙ nānāgraha

   ○graha m. taking separate (used to explain avagraha) RPrāt.

⋙ nānācetas

   ○cetas (nā́nā.), mfn. of different mind ŚBr.

⋙ nānājana

   ○jana m. pl. different people or tribes TāṇḍBr.

⋙ nānājātīya

   ○jātīya mfn. belonging to dṭdifferent kinds or classes Pat. on Pāṇ. 5-2, 21

⋙ nānātanu

   ○tanu mfn. one who has assumed different bodies BhP.

⋙ nānātantra

   ○tantra mfn. performed separately ĀpŚr.

⋙ nānātma

   ○"ṣtma- (○nâtma) different souls (in comp.) 
   • -pakṣa m. the assertion that there are differences KapS. 
   • -vādin m. one who so asserts ib.

⋙ nānātyaya

   ○"ṣtyaya (○nât○), mfn. various, manifold ChUp.

⋙ nānātva

   ○tva n. difference, variety, manifoldness Br. MBh. &c 
   • -vāda-tattva n. N. of wk

⋙ nānādāna

   ○dāna n. pl. 'various presents', N. of ch. of PSarv.

⋙ nānādigdeśa

   ○dig-deśa m. sg. the regions or countries of the different quarters 
   • (āt), ind. from everywhere Ratn. Hit.

⋙ nānādīkṣita

   ○dīkṣita m. N. of sev. authors Cat.

⋙ nānādevata

   ○devata (cf. ĀpŚr. Sch.),

⋙ nānādevatya

   ○devatya (cf. AitBr.), mfn. relating or addressed to different gods

⋙ nānādeśa

   ○deśa m. sg. different regions or countries MBh. R. 
   • ○śīya (cf. Hcar.) or ○śya (cf. MBh.), mfn. coming from different countries (as princes)

⋙ nānādharman

   ○dharman (nā́nā.), mfn. having dṭdifferent customs AV.

⋙ nānādhātu

   ○dhātu (in comp.), various minerals or gramm. roots 
   • -prckriyā f. N. of a gramm. wk 
   • -śata n. a hundred various minerals MW. 
   • -samākīrna mfn. filled with various minerals ib.

⋙ nānādhiṣṇya

   ○dhiṣṇya (nā́nā-), mfn. having dṭdifferent earth-mounds or sidealtars ŚBr.

⋙ nānādhi

   ○dhi (nā́nā.), mfn. (pl.) having dṭdifferent minds or views RV.

⋙ nānādhvani

   ○dhvani m. any musical instrument with more than one tone L.

⋙ nānānarghamahāratnamaya

   ○"ṣnarghamahā-ratna-maya (○nân○), mf(ī)n. consisting of different precious jewels Kathās.

⋙ nānānāmanirūpaṇa

   ○nāma-nirūpaṇa n. N. of ch. of GaṇP.

⋙ nānāpakṣigaṇākīrṇa

   ○pakṣi-gaṇâkīrṇa mfn. filled with flocks of various birds MW.

⋙ nānāpattrakā

   ○pattrakā f. N. of a partic. personification MānGṛ.

⋙ nānāpada

   ○pada n. a different or independent word Prāt. (-vat, ind. ib.) 
   • ○dīya mfn. belonging to it TPrāt.

⋙ nānāpāṭhaka

   ○pāṭhaka m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nānāprakāra

   ○prakāra mfn. various, manifold R. Suśr.

⋙ nānāprabhṛti

   ○prabhṛti (nā́nā-), mfn. beginning differently ŚBr. [Page 535, Column 2] 

⋙ nānāprastāva

   ○prastāva (nā́nā-), mfn. having a different prelude (as a Śāmaṇ) ib.

⋙ nānāphalamaya

   ○phala-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of various fruits Hcat.

⋙ nānābīja

   ○bīja n. pl. various kinds of grain ŚrS.

⋙ nānābuddhiruc

   ○buddhiruc mfn. one whose mind delights in various things MBh.

⋙ nānābrahmasāmatva

   ○brahma-sāma-tva n. manifoldness of the Brahma-siman Lāṭy.

⋙ nānābhaṭṭa

   ○bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author (= nāna-bh○) MW.

⋙ nānābhāva

   ○bhāva mf(ā)n. various, manifold Vajracch.

⋙ nānābhūta

   ○bhūta mfn. id. TPrāt. Sch.

⋙ nānāmanas

   ○manas (nā́nā-), mfn. of vṭvarious minds TS.

⋙ nānāmantraughasiddhimat

   ○mantrâugha-siddhi-mat mfn. having plenty of various magic. formulas Kathās.

⋙ nānāmṛgagaṇa

   ○mṛga-gaṇa m. pl. flocks of vṭvarious animals MW.

⋙ nānāyudhalakṣaṇa

   ○"ṣyudha-lakṣaṇa (○nây○), n. N. of wk

⋙ nānāyoga

   ○yoga m. manifoldness Kap

⋙ nānāratnākaravat

   ○ratnâkara-vat mfn. having a mine of various jewels Var.

⋙ nānāratham

   ○rathám ind. in various or separate chariots RV.

⋙ nānārasa

   ○rasa mfn. containing various passions or emotions (as a drama) Mālav.

⋙ nānārūpa

   ○"ṣrūpa n. pl. various forms or shapes R. 
   • (nā́nā-), mfn. multiform,
   manifold. AV. Br. Mn. &c. (○pá-tā f. ŚBr.) 
   • -samutthāna mfn. following various occupations R.

⋙ nānārtha

   ○"ṣrtha (○nâr○), mfn. having a different aim or object KaṭhUp. 
   • containing some other sense (as a new sentence) VPrāt. 
   • having different meanings (as a word of different mṭmeanings), Gr. L. 
   • -kośa m. -dhvani-mañjarī f. -mañjarī f. -ratna-tilaka m. or n. -ratna-mālā f. -śabda-kośa m. -śabdaratna n. -śabdânuśāsana n. -saṃgraha m. N. of dictionaries 
   • -saṃdigdhârtha-vicāra m. N. of a Nyāya wk

⋙ nānāliṅga

   ○liṅga mfn. different, various 
   • -tva n. TĀr.

⋙ nānāvarṇa

   ○varṇa m. pl. various colours R. 
   • mf(ā)n. many- coloured, variegated Var. Suśr. Hcat. 
   • -tva n. MBh. 
   • ○nâkṛti mfn. pl. of different colours or shapes Bhag.

⋙ nānāvādasaṃgrahagrantha

   ○vāda-saṃgraha-grantha m. N. of wk

⋙ nānāvidha

   ○vídha mfn. of various sorts, multiform, manifold Mn. MBh. &c 
   • -śānti f. N. of wk

⋙ nānāviśya

   ○viśyá mfn. consisting of more than one village or tribe MaitrS.

⋙ nānāvirya

   ○virya (nā́nā-), mf(ā)n. having different powers or effects (as herbs) AV. Br. 
   • -tā f. TāṇḍBr.

⋙ nānāvṛkṣīya

   ○vṛkṣīya mfn. coming from dṭdifferent trees ĀpŚr.

⋙ nānāvṛttamaya

   ○vṛtta-maya mf(ī)n. composed in different metres Sāh.

⋙ nānāveṣākṛtimat

   ○veṣâkṛti-mat mfn. of dṭdifferent garb and shape MBh.

⋙ nānāvrata

   ○vrata (nā́nā.), mfn. having dṭdifferent customs or observances TS.

⋙ nānāśāstra

   ○śāstra (in comp.) different sciences or scientific works 
   • ○strârtha-ninaya m. N. of wk 
   • ○strīya mfn. taken from different wks. Hcat.

⋙ nānāsaṃvāsika

   ○saṃvāsika mfn. living in dṭdifferent places, belonging to different communities Buddh.

⋙ nānāsamutthāna

   ○samutthāna mfn. of dṭdifferent duration TĀr.

⋙ nānāsāmavat

   ○sāma-vat ind. like different Sāmans Lāṭy.

⋙ nānāsūrya

   ○sūrya m. pl. different suns TĀr. (-tva n. ib.) 
   • (nā́nā.), mf(ā)n. illuminated by different suns RV.

⋙ nānāstrī

   ○strī f. pl. women belonging to dṭdifferent castes Mn.

⋙ nānolba

   nā́nôlba mfn. pl. having more than one membrane or cover ŚBr.

⋙ nānauṣadha

   nānâuṣadha (in comp.), various herbs or drugs 
   • -pariccheda and -vidhi m. N. of wks

≫ nānānam

   nānānám ind. differently, in various ways RV.

nānāndra

   nānāndra m. (fr. nanāndṛ) a husband'ssister's son, g. bidâdi

⋙ nānāndrāyaṇa

   nānānḍdrāyaṇa m. patron. fr. nānāndra g. haritâdi

nānū

   nānū m. N. of a man Cat.

nāntra

   nāntra n. (√nam) praise, eulogy Uṇ. iv, 159 Sch. 
   • wonder L. 
   • m. a sage L. 
   • N. of Śiva L.

nānda

   nānda mf(ī)nṛelating to Nanda (upapurāṇa) Madhus.

≫ nāndana

   nāndaná n. (√nand or nandana) a pleasuregarden, paradise SV. AitUp.

≫ nāndi

   nāndi for ○nodī in comp

⋙ nāndikara

   ○kara m. = ○dI-k○ L.

⋙ nāndidatta

   ○datta m. N. of an author Cat. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 63 Kāś.)

≫ nāndika

   nāndika n. = ○ndī-śrāddha Saṃskārak.

≫ nāndin

   nāndin m. = ○ndī-kara L.

≫ nāndī

   nāndī f. (√nand) joy, satisfaction, pleasure RV. MBh. 
   • eulogium or praise of a deity, (esp.) a kind of blessing pronounced as a prologue to a drama
   Mṛicch. Kālid. Sāh. Pratāp. &c 
   • (in music) a partic. measure 
   • = dvādaśa-tūrya-nirghoṣa L.

⋙ nāndīkara

   ○kara m. (in dram.) the speaker of the prologue 
   • a proper N. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-3, 63

⋙ nāndīghoṣa

   ○ghoṣa m. a proper N. ib.

⋙ nāndīnāda

   ○nāda (cf. Mudr.) and m. shout of joy

⋙ nāndīnināda

   ○nināda (cf. Kathās.), m. shout of joy

⋙ nāndīpaṭa

   ○paṭa m. the lid or cover of a well L.

⋙ nāndīpura

   ○pura n. N. of an eastern town Pāṇ. 5-4, 74 Kāś. 
   • ○raka mfn. iv, 2, 122, Kā3

⋙ nāndībhājana

   ○bhājana n. a partic. water-vessel Uttamac.

⋙ nāndīmukha

   ○mukha mf(ī)n. having a cheerful face Siṃhâs. 
   • (○khī rātri f. end of night, daybreak Lalit.) 
   • m. pl. (with or scil. pitaras 
   • also ○khaḥ pitṛ-gaṇah) a class of deceased ancestors to whom a partic. Śrāddha, is offered (according to some the 3 ancestors preceding the great-grandfather) GṛS. Yājñ. Pur. &c 
   • = nāṇḍī-paṭa L. [Page 535, Column 3] 
   • (ī), f. a female ancestor sharing in the Nāndī Śrāddha W. 
   • a kind of grain Suśr. 
   • N. of a metre Col. 
   • n. (cf. Hcat.) = -śrāddha n. a Śrāddha offered to a class of deceased ancestors (cf. above) Cat. 
   • ○dha-nirūpaṇa n. ○dha-paddhati f. ○dha-prayoga m. N. of wks

⋙ nāndīrava

   ○rava m. shout of joy MBh.

⋙ nāndīviśāla

   ○viśāla m. a proper N. Pāṇ. 6-3, 63, Kaś

⋙ nāndīśrāddha

   ○śrāddha n. = nândī-mukha-śr○ Cat.

≫ nāndīka

   nāndīka a post in a door-way set up for good luck W.

≫ nānduka

   nānduka m. N. of a man Pañc.

nānyadeva

   nānya-deva m. N. of a poet Cat.

nāpi

   nâpi under 2. ná

nāpita

   nāpitá m. (cf. Uṇ.ili, 87 nā́p○ √snā?) a barber, shaver ŚBr. ŚrGṛS. Mn. &c. RTL. 374, 459 
   • (ī), f. the wife of a barber. (Cf. vaptṛ.)

⋙ nāpitagṛha

   ○gṛha n. a barber's shop L.

⋙ nāpitabhāṇḍa

   ○bhāṇḍa n. shaving tackle L.

⋙ nāpitavāstu

   ○vāstu n. a barber's dwelling 
   • ○stuka mf(ī)n. Pāṇ. 4-a, 104, Vāitt

⋙ nāpitaśālā

   ○śālā and f. a barber's shop L.

⋙ nāpitaśālikā

   ○śāḍlikā f. a barber's shop L.

≫ nāpitāyani

   nāpitāyani m. the son or offspring of a barber Pāṇ. 4-1, 158

≫ nāpitya

   nāpitya m. id. Pāṇ. 4-1, 152, Kāś 
   • n. the trade or business of a barber W.

nābh

   nā́bh f. (√1. nabh) an opening, fissure, spring RV. ix, 74, 6

≫ nābha

   nābha ifc. (mfn.) = nābhi, nave, navel, central point (cf. abja-nābha, vajra-n○, su-n○ &c.) 
   • m. N. of Śiva MBh. 
   • of a son of Śruta and father of Sindhudviipa BhP.

≫ nābhā

   nābhā loc. of nābhi (for -bhan)

⋙ nābhānediṣṭha

   ○nédiṣṭha (nā○), m. N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata and author of RV. x, 61 ; 62 TS. Br. 
   • mfn. (also ○ṣṭhīya) relating to or composed by NṭNābhā Br.

≫ nābhi

   nā́bhi f. (prob. fr. √1. nabh, 'to burst asunder or into a hole' 
   • ifc. f. i or ī Vām. v, 49) the navel (also nṭnavel-string, cf. -kṛntana), a navel-like cavity RV. &c. &c. (in later language also m. and ○bhī f.) 
   • the nave of a wheel ib. (also m. L., and ○bhī f.) 
   • centre, central point, point of junction or of departure, home, origin, esp. common origin, affinity, relationship 
   • a near relation or friend ib. (m. L.) 
   • musk: (= mṛra-n○) L. 
   • m. or f. musk-deer Megh. 53 (?) BhP. 
   • m. a chief (= central point) of (gen.) Ragh. xviii, 19 (cf. maṇḍala-nābhi-tā) 
   • a sovereign or lord paramount (= mukhya-rāj) L. 
   • a Kshatriya L. 
   • N. of a grandson of Priya-vrata (son of Agnidhra and father of Ṛishabha) Pur. 
   • of the father of Ṛishabha (first Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇi) L. [Cf. Angl. Sax. nafu, nafela ; Germ. naba, ṇabe, nabolo, ṇabel ; Eng. nave, navel.]

⋙ nābhikaṇṭaka

   ○kaṇṭaka m

⋙ nābhikupikā

   ○kupikā f. a protruding or ruptured navel L.

⋙ nābhikṛntana

   ○kṛntana n. the cutting of the nṭnavel-string Gobh.

⋙ nābhigandha

   ○gandha m. the odour of musk or of the musk-deer Megh. 53

⋙ nābhiguḍaka

   ○guḍaka m. -kaṇṭaka L.

⋙ nābhigupta

   ○gupta m. N. of a son of Hiraṇya-retas and of a Varsha in Kuśa-dvipa ruled by him BhP.

⋙ nābhigolaka

   ○golaka m. -kaṇṭaka L.

⋙ nābhicakra

   ○cakra n. (magical) navel-circle Cat.

⋙ nābhicchedana

   ○cchedana n. -kṛntana W.

⋙ nābhija

   ○ja m. 'navelborn', = next L. 
   • navel-dirt Gal.

⋙ nābhijanman

   ○janman 'id.', N. of Brahma (said to have first appeared on the lotus sprung from the next of Vishṇu) L. -2

⋙ nābhijāta

   ○jāta mfn. (for 1. 2. ná), sprung from a navel Vcar. (v. l.)

⋙ nābhitva

   ○tva n. the state or condition of being a navel AitBr.

⋙ nābhidaghna

   ○daghná mf(ā́)n. reaching up to the navel ŚBr. Yājñ. 
   • -pāda mf(ā)n. (a chair) with legs so high ĀpŚr.

⋙ nābhināḍī

   ○nāḍī f. the navel string L. (cf. garba-n)

⋙ nābhināla

   ○nāla n. or id. (only mf[ā]n. ifc.) Ragh. v, 7

⋙ nābhinālā

   ○nāḍlā f. id. (only mf[ā]n. ifc.) Ragh. v, 7

⋙ nābhibhū

   ○bhū m. = = -janman Siṃhâs.

⋙ nābhimātra

   ○mātra mf(ī́)n. = -daghna L.

⋙ nābhimūla

   ○mūla n. the part of the body immediately under the navel Var.

⋙ nābhivardhana

   ○vardhana n. (√vardh) = -kṛntana Mn. ī. 29 
   • (√vṛdh) umbilical hernia L. 
   • corpulency L.

⋙ nābhivarṣa

   ○varṣa m. n. the Varsha governed by Nābhi (son of Agnidhra) Pur.

⋙ nābhyāvarta

   nābhy-āvarta m. the cavity of the navel W.

≫ nābhika

   nābhika ifc. (mfn.) = nābhi, navel Hcat. 
   • nave of a wheel MBh. 
   • (ā́), f. a navel-like cavity ŚBr. 
   • Achyranthes Atropurpurea L.

⋙ nābhikapura

   ○pura n. N. of a town of the Uttara-kurus BrahmaP.

≫ nābhila

   nābhila mfn. g. sidhmâdi Uṇ. iv, 125 Sch.

≫ nābhīla

   nābhīla n. (only L.) the groin of a woman 
   • a prominent or ruptured navel 
   • the cavity of the navel 
   • pain, distress

≫ nābheya

   nābheya m. patr. of Ṛishabha (first Arhat of the Jainas) Śatr.

≫ nābhya

   nābhya mfn. sprung from or being in the navel, umbilical BhP. 
   • m. N. of Śiva (with nābha) MBh. 
   • n. a kind of sacrifice, MāuGṛ. [Page 536, Column 1] 

nābhaka

   nābhaka m. Terminalia Chebula L.

nābhasa

   nābhasa mf(ī)n. (fr. nabhas) celestial, heavenly, appearing in the sky Var. 
   • (with yoga) N. of certain constellations ib. (according to Bhaṭṭôpala 2, divided into 4 classes, viz. 3 Āśraya-, 2 Dala-, 20 Ākṛiti- and 7 Saṃkhyā-yogas)

⋙ nābhasayogādhyāya

   ○yogâdhyāya m. N. of 12th ch. of VarBṛS. and 10th ch. of Laghnj

nābhāka

   nābhāka mf(ī)n. belonging to or composed by Nabhāka AitBr. 
   • (○ká), m. ( = nabhāka) N. of a Ṛishi of the Kaṇva family RV. viii, 41, 2 
   • patron. fr. nabh○ g. śivâdi

nābhāga

   nābhāga m. (cf. nabha-ga, nabhāga) N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata MBh. Hariv. Pur. 
   • patron. of Ambarīsha MBh. 
   • N. of a son of Manu and father of Ambarīsha Hariv. 
   • of a son of Nabhaga and father of Ambarīsha Pur. 
   • of a son of Śruta and father of Ambarīsha Hariv. 
   • of a son of Nedishṭha or Arishṭa or Dishṭa and fṭfather of Bhalandana Pur. 
   • of a son of Yayāti (grandson of Ambarisha) and fṭfather of Aja R. 
   • of a grandson of Ambarīsha and father of Aja ib.

⋙ nābhāgadiṣṭa

   ○diṣṭa and wṛ. for nā́bhā-nédiṣṭha (above)

⋙ nābhāganediṣṭha

   ○nediṣṭha wṛ. for nā́bhā-nédiṣṭha (above)

⋙ nābhāgāriṣṭa

   nābhāgâriṣṭa m. N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata MBh. Hariv. VP.

≫ nābhāgi

   nābhāgi m. patron. of Ambarīsha MBh. Hariv.

nābhijāta

   nâbhijāta nábhimāna &c. under 2. ná

nāma 1

   nā́ma ind. (acc. of nā́man) by name i.e. named, called RV. &c. &c. (also with nāmatas and nāmnā) 
   • indeed, certainly, really, of course ib. 
   • quasi, only in appearance Jātakam. 
   • however, nevertheless ib. 
   • after an interr. = then, pray, e.g. kiṃ n○, kathaṃ n○, kadā nevertheless, what then? pray, what? &c. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • after an Impv. = may it be so, no matter, e.g. Śak. v, 8 
   • api n○ at the beginning of a sentence = perhaps, I dare say, e.g. apy eṣa nāma phalam icchati, this man wants perhaps a reward Mṛicch. viii, 25 
   • with Pot. often = would that, e.g. api nāmaī7vaṃ syāt, would that it were so Vikr. v, 19/20 
   • opp. to mā n○ with Pot. would that not, I should think not, e.g. mā nāma akāsyaṃ kuryāt, I hope he will not do something wrong Mṛicch. iii, 26

≫ nāma 2

   nāma in comp. for nāman, q.v. (sometimes ifc. as in satya-, q.v.)

⋙ nāmakaraṇa

   ○karaṇa m. a nominal suffix Nir. 
   • n. the calling of a person (gen.) by the name of (nāmnā) Sarvad. 
   • the ceremony of naming a child after birth Kauś. &c. RTL. 370 
   • (○raṇaṃ √kṛ, to perform this child) BhP. 
   • -prayoga m. N. of wk

⋙ nāmakarman

   ○karman n. name-giving (cf. prec.) R.

⋙ nāmakīrtana

   ○kīrtana n. mentioning the name of (gen.) Yājñ. Sch. 
   • (esp.) incessant repetition of the name of a god RTL. 141 
   • -māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nāmakaumudī

   ○kaumudī f. N. of wk

⋙ nāmakaustubha

   ○kaustubha m. or n. N. of a Stotra

⋙ nāmagṛhya

   ○gṛhya ind. while mentioning the name ĀpŚr.

⋙ nāmagotra

   ○gotra n. du. personal and family name Gaut. Kauś.

⋙ nāmagraha

   ○graha m. mentioning a name, naming Amar.

⋙ nāmagrahaṇa

   ○grahaṇa n. (ŚrS. Mn. Kāv. &c.),

⋙ nāmagrāha

   ○grāhá m. (cf. AV. Lāṭy.), id'

⋙ nāmagrāham

   ○grā́ham ind. = -gṛhya ŚBr. Kauś.

⋙ nāmacandrikā

   ○candrikā f

⋙ nāmacaraṇabhāṣya

   ○caraṇabhāṣya n

⋙ nāmacaraṇavārttika

   ○caraṇa-vārttika n

⋙ nāmacintāmaṇi

   ○cintāmaṇi m. N. of wks

⋙ nāmacaura

   ○caura m. the stealer of (i.e. assumer of) another person's name L.

⋙ nāmajātigraha

   ○jātigraha m. (cf. Mn.)

⋙ nāmajātigrahaṇa

   ○jāti-grahaṇa n. (cf. Kull.) mentioning the name and race

⋙ nāmatīrtha

   ○tīrtha m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nāmadeva

   ○deva m. N. of a man L.

⋙ nāmadvādaśī

   ○dvādaśī f. a ceremony consisting in worshipping Durgā under one of her 12 appellations (Gaurs, Kālī, Umā, Bhadrā, Durgl, Kānti, Sarasvati, Maṅgalā, Vaishṇavi, Lakshmī, Śivā, Nāāyaṇī) W.

⋙ nāmadha

   ○dhá or m. name-giver RV. AV.

⋙ nāmadhā

   ○dhā́ m. name-giver RV. AV.

⋙ nāmadhātu

   ○dhātu m. a verbal base derived from a noun Pāṇ.

⋙ nāmadhāraka

   ○dhāraka mfn. bearing only the name of (nom.) Pañc. ii, 91

⋙ nāmadhārin

   ○dhārin mfn. bearing the name of, being called (ifc.) Kathās. 
   • = prec. Gobh.

⋙ nāmadheya

   ○dhéya n. a name, title, appellation (often ifc 
   • cf. kiṃ-n○, puṃ-n○ &c.) RV. &c. &c 
   • the ceremony of giving a name to a child Mn. ii, 123 (also -karaṇa n. Gobh.) 
   • -tas ind. by name MW. 
   • -pāda-kaustubha m. or n. N. of wk

⋙ nāmanāmika

   ○nāmika m. N. of Vishṇu MBh.

⋙ nāmanighaṇṭu

   ○nighaṇṭu m

⋙ nāmanidhāna

   ○nidhāna n. N. of glossaries

⋙ nāmaniyatapraveśa

   ○niyata-praveśa m. N. of a Samādhi L.

⋙ nāmanirdeśa

   ○nirdeśa m. pointing out by name MW.

⋙ nāmanau

   ○nau f. a ship only by name (not real) BhP.

⋙ nāmapaṭhanastotra

   ○paṭhana-stotra n. N. of a Stotra

⋙ nāmapada

   ○pada n. name BhP.

⋙ nāmapārāyaṇa

   ○pārâyaṇa n

⋙ nāmaprapañca

   ○prapañca m. N. of glossaries

⋙ nāmapūrva

   ○pūrva mfn. having a noun as first element ĀpGṛ. [Page 536, Column 2] 

⋙ nāmabibhratin

   ○bibhratín mfn. bearing only the name AV.

⋙ nāmamātra

   ○mātra mfn. = having only the name of (nom.) Pañc. i, 87 
   • n. the mere name Śak. Pañc. 
   • (eṇa) ind. nominally, merely MW. 
   • trâvaśeṣita mfn. having only the name left i.e. dead R.

⋙ nāmamātrikānighaṇṭu

   ○mātrikā-nighaṇṭu m. N. of a vocabulary

⋙ nāmamālā

   ○mālā f. N. of sev. glossaries (also -kośa m. and ○likā f.) 
   • -saṃgraha m. N. of a Stotra

⋙ nāmamāhātmya

   ○māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nāmamudrā

   ○mudrā f. a seal-ring with a name (engraved on it) Śak.

⋙ nāmayajña

   ○yajña m. a sacrifice only in nṭname Bhag.

⋙ nāmayāthārthyanirṇaya

   ○yāthārthya-nirṇaya m. N. of wk

⋙ nāmaratnavivaraṇa

   ○ratna-vivaraṇa n

⋙ nāmaratnākara

   ○ratnâkara m

⋙ nāmaratnāvalī

   ○ratnâvalī f. N. of wks

⋙ nāmarasāyana

   ○rasāyana and m. or n. N. of Stotras

⋙ nāmarasodaya

   ○rasôdaya m. or n. N. of Stotras

⋙ nāmarūpa

   ○rūpá ī. du. name and form Br. Up. &c. (○pâtmaka mfn. ) 
   • -individual being MWB. 102

⋙ nāmaliṅga

   ○liṅga n. the gender of nouns or a wk. treating there of. L. 
   • ○gâkhyākomudī (l), f. ○gânuśāsana n. N. of wks

⋙ nāmavat

   ○vat mfn. having a name ĀpŚr. Sch.

⋙ nāmavarjita

   ○varjita or mfn. nameless, stupid L.

⋙ nāmavivarjita

   ○vivarjita mfn. nameless, stupid L.

⋙ nāmavācaka

   ○vācaka mf(ikā)n. expressing a name 
   • (gram.) a proper name MW.

⋙ nāmavidhi

   ○vidhi m. N. of ch. of ŚivaP.

⋙ nāmavismṛti

   ○vismṛti f. forgetting the name (of any one) MW.

⋙ nāmavyūha

   ○vyūha m. N. of a Samādhi L.

⋙ nāmaśuṇḍī

   ○śuṇḍī f. a kind of gourd L.

⋙ nāmaśeṣa

   ○śeṣa mfn. having only the name left i.e. dead Uttarar. 
   • m. death W.

⋙ nāmasaṃkīrtana

   ○saṃkīrtana n. the glorification or incessant repetition of the name of a god RTL. 105 
   • N. of ch. of ŚivaP.

⋙ nāmasaṃgraha

   ○saṃgraha m. collection of, nouns 
   • -nighaṇṭu m. -mālā f. N. of vocabularies

⋙ nāmasāroddhara

   ○sārôddhara m. N. of a glossary of nouns

⋙ nāmasiddhānta

   ○siddhânta m

⋙ nāmasūtra

   ○sūtra n. pl. N. of a philos. and of a gramm. wk

⋙ nāmākṣara

   nāmâkṣara n. pl. the syllables forming a name, name- writing Vikr.

⋙ nāmākhyātika

   nāmâkhyātika mfn. relating to nouns and verbs Pāṇ. 4-3, 71, Vartt

⋙ nāmāṅka

   nāmâṅka mfn. marked with a name Ragh. (also ○ṅkita Vikr.) 
   • -śobhita mfn. adorned with the mark of the name or with name and cipher MW.

⋙ nāmādeśam

   nāmâdeśam ind. by announcing one's nṭname ĀpGṛ.

⋙ nāmānuśāsana

   nāmânuśāsana n. N. of a dictionary of nouns

⋙ nāmāparādhanirasanastotra

   nāmâparādhanirasana-stotra n. N. of a Stotra

⋙ nāmāvalī

   nāmâvalī f. N. of a dictionary

⋙ nāmāhutividhi

   nāmâhuti-vidhi m. N. of wk

≫ nāmaka 1

   nāmaka mf(ikā)n. ifc. = nāman, name Hariv. Kāv. &c. (cf. aṅghri., kṛta- &c.)

≫ nāmatas

   nāmatas ind. = abl. of nāman BhP. v, 12, 8 
   • by name, namely (often with 1. nāma) Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • with √kṛ, to give a person (acc.) a name, call by the name of (acc.) MBh. 
   • with √prach, to inquire after the name of (acc.) Śak. vii, 20/21

≫ nāmathā

   nā́máthā ind. by name AV.

≫ nāman

   nā́man n. (prob. neither fr. √jñā nor fr. √mnā [Uṛt. iv, 150] 
   • ifc. f. either = m. or ○mnī) a characteristic mark or sign, form, nature, kind, manner RV. VS. AV. 
   • name, appellation RV. &c. &c 
   • personal name (as opp. to gotre, family name 
   • cf. nama-gotra above) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 8-2, 23 (often ifc. = named, called, e.g. viṣṇu-śarma-nāmā paṇḍitah, a sage named Vishṇu) 
   • merely the name (as opp. to reality 
   • cf. nāma-dhāraka, -mātra, -śeṣa &c.), a noun (as opp. to a verb) Nir. Prāt. 
   • substance, essence (in the Mimiṃsā phil. opp. to guṇa, accidental quality) 
   • a good or great name, renown, fame (only ifc 
   • cf. śva-, sumántu-) 
   • water Naigh. i, 11 
   • nā́mnā ind. by name (also joined with 1. nāma) 
   • with √kṛ (Kav.) or vi-dhā (cf. Kathās.) to call by a name 
   • nāma (q.v.) with √grabh (grah) to mention or address by name RV. &c. &c 
   • with √bhṛ, to bear or have a name ib. 
   • with √kṛ (cf. Br. Mn. &c.), √dā or dhā (GṛS), to give a name call. [Cf. Zd. nāman 
   • Gk. ? ; Lat. no1men ; Goth. namo1 ; [536, 2] Germ. namo &c 
   • Eng. name.]

≫ nāmika 1

   nāmika mfn. relating to a name or to a noun Pāṇ. 4-3, 72

≫ nāmin 1

   nāmin mfn. having a name RāmatUp.

nāmatika

   nāmatika mf(ī)n. (fr. 2. namata) dressed in woollen cloth L.

nāmi

   nāmi m. N. of Vishṇu L.

nāmita

   nāmita mfn. (√nasn, Caus.) bent, bowed R. Mṛicch.

≫ nāmin 2

   nāmin mfn. bending, (esp.) changing a dental to a cerebral (said of all vowels except a and ā) Prāt.

≫ nāmya

   nāmya mfn. to be bent (as a bow), bendable, pliant MBh. &c

nāmba

   nāmbá m. a species of grain MaitrS. ŚBr. (āmbá TS. Kāṭh.) 
   • mf(ī)n. consisting of Nāmba KātyŚr. [Page 536, Column 3] 

nāmra

   nāmra vḷ. for namra ĀśvŚr.

nāya

   nāyá m. (√nī) a leader, guide RV. vi, 24, 10 ; 46, 11 (pr. N. Sāy. 
   • cf. aśva-, go-) 
   • guidance, direction L. 
   • policy, means, expedient Bhaṭṭ. Sch.

≫ nāyaka

   nāyaka m. a guide, leader, chief, lord, principal MBh. Kāv. &c. (with or scil. sainyasya, a general, commander 
   • ifc. f. akā, a. nāyaka) 
   • a husband BhP. 
   • (in dram.) the lover or hero 
   • the central gem of a necklace (implying also 'a general', cf. nāyakāya and mahā-nāyaka) 
   • a paradigm or example (in gram.) 
   • N. of Gautama Buddha Buddh. 
   • of a Brāhman Rājat. 
   • of an author (also bhaṭṭa-n○) Cat. 
   • m. or n. a kind of musk L. (cf. nāyikā-cūrṇa) 
   • (ikā), f. nāyikā 
   • -tva n. leadership R.

⋙ nāyakaratna

   ○ratna n. N. of a Comm.

⋙ nāyakādhipa

   nāyakâdhipa m. chief of leaders', sovereign, king L.

≫ nāyākāya

   nāyâkāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to play the part of a leader 
   • to act the part of the central gem of a necklace Śiś. ii, 92

≫ nāyikā

   nāyikā f. (of ○yaka, q.v.) a noble lady Vet. 
   • mistress, courtezan (cf. nākâdhipa-) 
   • the heroine in a drama Sāh. &c 
   • an inferior form or Śakti of Durgs of which there are 8, viz. Ugra-caṇḍa, Pra-caṇḍā, Caṇḍṅgrā, Caṇda-nāyikā Ati-caṇḍā, Cāmuṇdā, Caṇḍla, and Caṇḍa-vati 
   • cf. kula-n○) Cat. 
   • a class of female personifications representing illegitimate sexual love (they are called Balinī, Kāmêśvarī, Vimalā, Aruṇs, Mediuī, Jayinī, Sarvêśvarī, Kaulêśī) RTL. 188 
   • = next L. =

⋙ nāyikācūrṇa

   ○cūrṇa n. a partic. medicament Rasar.

⋙ nāyikāsādhana

   ○sādhana n. N. of wk

≫ nāyin

   nāyin mfn. guiding (cf. ayuta-)

nāyana

   nāyana mf(i)n. (fr. nayana) relating to the eye, ocular Nyāyas. Sch.

nār

   nār Vṛiddhi form of nṛ in comp

⋙ nārkalpi

   ○kalpi m. (patron.),

⋙ nārkuṭa

   ○kuṭa mf(ī)n.,

⋙ nārnamana

   ○namana m. (patron.),

⋙ nārpatya

   ○patya mfn. fr. nṛ-kalpa, -kuṭa, -namana, -pati Pat.

⋙ nārmata

   ○mata m. patron. fr. nṛmat Pāṇ. 8-2, 9, Vartt

⋙ nārmara

   ○mará m. (fr. nṛ-m○) N. of a demon RV. ii, 13, 8

⋙ nārmedha

   ○medha m. (fr. nṛ-m○) patr. of Śāka-pūta RV. Anukr. 
   • n. N. of a Sāman TāṇḍBr.

⋙ nārṣada

   ○ṣadá m. (fr. nṛ-ṣád) patr. of Kaṇva RV. i, 117, 8 
   • N. of a demon, x, 61, 13

nāra

   nārá mf(ī)n. (fr. nara) relating to or proceeding from men, human, mortal Mn. Kāv. 
   • spiritual (?) W. 
   • m. a man TĀr. (v. l.) 
   • (pl.) water (also sg. n. and ā f. L.) Mn. i, 10 (prob. invented to explain nārāyaṇa) 
   • = nārāyaṇa L. 
   • a calf L. 
   • (ī), f. nārī 
   • n. a multitude of men L. 
   • dry ginger L.

⋙ nārakapāla

   ○kapāla n. a human skull 
   • -kuṇḍala-vat mfn. wearing human skulls as an ornament for the ears Prab. iv, 1

⋙ nārakīṭa

   ○kīṭa m. a kind of worm L. 
   • one who disappoints expectations excited by himself. L.

⋙ nāracandra

   ○candra m. N. of an author (cf. nara c○) 
   • -paddhati f. N. of his wk

⋙ nārajīvana

   ○jīvana n. gold L.

⋙ nārahaya

   ○haya n. (with yuddha-) a fight between man and horse Hariv. (v. l. nara-h○)

⋙ nāropāyana

   nārôpâyana (?), m. N. of a man, pravar

≫ nārāyaṇa

   nārāyaṇá m. (patr. fr. nára, q.v.) the son of the original Man (with whom he is generally associated, e.g. Mn. i, 10 
   • he is identified with Brahmā ib. 11 with Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa TĀr. MBh. &c 
   • the Apsaras Urvaśī is said to have sprung from his thigh Hariv. 4601 
   • elsewhere he is regarded as a Kaśyapa or Aṅgirasa, also as chief of the Sādhyas, and with Jainas as the 8th of the 9 black Vāsudevas) 
   • the Purusha-hymn (Ry. x, 90, said to have been composed by Nārāyaṇá) ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. 
   • (as synonym of Vishṇu) N. of the 2nd month (reckoning from Mārgaśīrsha) Var. 
   • a mystical N. of the letter ā Up. 
   • N. of a son of Ajā-mila BhP. 
   • of a son of Bhu-mitra or Bhūmi-mitra (a prince of the dynasty of the Kaṇvlyanas) Pur. 
   • of a son of Nara-hari, Kshittîs 
   • of sev. men, authors and commentators (also with ācārya. kavi, gārgya, cakra-cūḍāmaṇi, daiva-vid, dharmâdhikārin, paṇḍina, paṇḍita, dharmâdkikāriṅ paṇḍitâcārya, parivrāj, bhaṭṭa [below,. and bhaṭṭa-n○], bhaṭṭâcārya, bhaṭṭâraḍa, bhāratī, bhiṣaj, muni, yati, yatī7vara, rāya, vandya, vādī7śvara, vidyā-vinoda, vaiṣṇava-muni, śarman, sarasvatī, sarva-jña, sārvabhauma) 
   • mf(ī)n. relating or belonging to Nārāyaṇa or Kṛishṇa MBh. &c. (m. pl. the warriors of Kṛishṇa, iv, 147) 
   • n. (with kṣetra) N. of the ground on the banks of the Ganges for a distance of 4 cubits from he water L. 
   • (with cūrṇa) a partic. medicinal powder Bhpr. 
   • (with taila) a medic. oil expressed from various plants ib. [Page 537, Column 1] 
   • (ī), f. s.v

⋙ nārāyaṇakaṇṭha

   ○kaṇṭha m. N. of an author Sarvad.

⋙ nārāyaṇakalpa

   ○kalpa m

⋙ nārāyaṇakavaca

   ○kavaca m. or n

⋙ nārāyaṇagītā

   ○gītā f. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇagupta

   ○gupta (?), m. N. of a prince Inscr.

⋙ nārāyaṇacakravartin

   ○cakravartin m. N. of a grammarian, ○ti-kośa m. N. of his wk

⋙ nārāyaṇacaritramālā

   ○caritra-mālā f. N. of wk

⋙ nārāyaṇacurṇa

   ○curṇa above

⋙ nārāyaṇatattvavāda

   ○tattva-vāda m. N. of wk

⋙ nārāyaṇatāra

   ○tāra m. N. of an author Col.

⋙ nārāyaṇatīrtha

   ○tīrtha m. N. of an author (also ○ṇa-bhikṣu or ○ṇamuni) Cat. 
   • of a sacred bathing-place ŚivaP. 
   • -taraṃga m. N. of wk

⋙ nārāyaṇataila

   ○taila above

⋙ nārāyaṇadatta

   ○datta m. N. of a poet Cat.

⋙ nārāyaṇadāsa

   ○dāsa m. N. of sev. authors (also -kavirāja or -siddha) Cat.

⋙ nārāyaṇadīkṣita

   ○dīkṣita and -sūnu m. N. of authors ib.

⋙ nārāyaṇadeva

   ○deva m. the god Nārāyaṇa L. 
   • N. of sev. authors Cat.

⋙ nārāyaṇadharmasārasaṃgraha

   ○dharma-sāra-saṃgraha m

⋙ nārāyaṇanāmavivaraṇa

   ○nāma-vivaraṇa n

⋙ nārāyaṇapaddhati

   ○paddhati f

⋙ nārāyaṇaprabodhotsava

   ○prabodhôtsava m. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇapriya

   ○priya m. 'friend of Narāyaṇa', N. of Śiva L. 
   • yellow sandal-wood L.

⋙ nārāyaṇabali

   ○bali m. 'oblation to NṭNarāyaṇa', a partic. funeral ceremony 
   • N. of wk. (also -prayoga m. -vidhi m. -samarthana n. -svayam-prayojana-sañcikā f.)

⋙ nārāyaṇabhaṭṭī

   ○bhaṭṭī f

⋙ nārāyaṇabhaṭṭīya

   ○bhaṭṭīya n. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇamantrārtha

   ○mantrârtha m. N. of wk

⋙ nārāyaṇamaya

   ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting in Narāyaṇa, representing him Pur.

⋙ nārāyaṇamiśra

   ○miśra m. N. of an author 
   • ○śrīya n. N. of wk

⋙ nārāyaṇarāja

   ○rāja and m. N. of authors

⋙ nārāyaṇalabdhi

   ○labdhi m. N. of authors

⋙ nārāyaṇavarṇana

   ○varṇana and n

⋙ nārāyaṇavarman

   ○varman n

⋙ nārāyaṇavārttika

   ○vārttika n

⋙ nārāyaṇavilāsa

   ○vilāsa m

⋙ nārāyaṇavṛtti

   ○vṛtti f

⋙ nārāyaṇaśabdavādārtha

   ○śabda-vādârtha or m. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇaśabdārtha

   ○śabdârtha m. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇaśeṣa

   ○śeṣa m. N. of an author (also śeṣa-n○) Cat.

⋙ nārāyaṇasrīgarbha

   ○srī-garbha m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh.

⋙ nārāyaṇasruti

   ○sruti f. (prob.) = ○ṇôpaniṣad Sarvad.

⋙ nārāyaṇasaṃhitā

   ○saṃhitā f. N. of a Pauranic wk

⋙ nārāyaṇasaras

   ○saras n. Narāyaṇa's lake BhP. 
   • ○ro-vara-māhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nārāyaṇasārasaṃgraba

   ○sāra-saṃgraba m

⋙ nārāyaṇasūtra

   ○sūtra n. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇasūri

   ○sūri m. N. of a man Cat.

⋙ nārāyaṇastavarāja

   ○stava-rāja m

⋙ nārāyaṇastotra

   ○stotra n

⋙ nārāyaṇasmṛti

   ○smṛti f. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇasvāmin

   ○svāmin m. N. of a poet

⋙ nārāyaṇahṛdaya

   ○hṛdaya n. N. of a Stotra

⋙ nārāyaṇātharvaṇaśīrṣopaniṣad

   nārāyaṇâtharvaṇaśīrṣôpaniṣad f. N. of an Up.

⋙ nārāyaṇāvalī

   nārāyaṇâvalī f. N. of wk. on partic. funeral ceremonies

⋙ nārāyaṇārama

   nārāyaṇârama m. Narāyaṇa's hermitage BhP. 
   • N. of sev. authors Cat. 
   • ○mīya n. N. of wk

⋙ nārāyaṇāṣṭottaraśatastotra

   nārāyaṇâṣṭôttara-śata-stotra n. N. of a Stotra

⋙ nārāyaṇendra

   nārāyaṇêndra m. N. of an author (also -sarasvatī and -svāmin) Cat.

⋙ nārāyaṇopaniṣad

   nārāyaṇôpaniṣad f. N. of an Up. 
   • ○ṣaṭ-tīkā f. ○ṣat-sāra m. ○ṣadartha-prakāśa m. ○ṣad-dīpikā f. of Comms. on it

≫ nārāyaṇāya

   nārāyaṇāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be or act like Nārāyaṇa Pañc.

≫ nārāyaṇi

   nārāyaṇi m. N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra Hariv.

≫ nārāyaṇī

   nārāyaṇī f. (of ○ṇa, q.v.) patr. of Indra-senā (the wife of Mudgala) MBh. Hariv. 
   • N. of Durgā Hariv. 
   • of Lakshmī L. 
   • of Gaṅgā and Gaṇḍakī L.

⋙ nārāyaṇīpraśnāvalī

   ○praśnâvalī f

⋙ nārāyaṇīvilāsa

   ○vilāsa m. N. of wks

≫ nārāyaṇīya

   nārāyaṇīya mfn. relating to Nārāyaṇa (also -ka AgP.), treating of him MBh. 
   • n. N. of sev. wks

⋙ nārāyaṇīyatantra

   ○tantra n

⋙ nārāyaṇīyabīja

   ○bīja n

⋙ nārāyaṇīyavyākhyā

   ○vyākhyā (and -bhakti-dīpikā), f. and f. N. of wks

⋙ nārāyaṇīyavyākhyopaniṣad

   ○vyākhḍyôpaniṣad f. N. of wks

≫ nāri

   nā́ri f. = nā́rī below

⋙ nāriṣṭha

   ○ṣṭhá m. du. 'the fire of digestion and the wind of breath' TS. 
   • -homa m. Sch.

≫ nārika

   nārika mf(ī)n. watery, aqueous L. 
   • spiritual L. (cf. nārá)

≫ nārī

   nā́rī f. (of ○rá, q.v.) a woman, a wife (in older language also nā́ri) RV. &c. &c 
   • a female or any object regarded as feminine VS. TĀr. 
   • sacrifice Naigh. 
   • N. of a daughter of Meru BhP. 
   • of 2 kinds of metre Col.

⋙ nārīkavaca

   ○kavaca m. 'having women for armour', N. of Mūlaka (king of the solar line and son of Alvaka) Pur.

⋙ nārīkuñjara

   ○kuñjara m. (?) Pañcad.

⋙ nārītaraṃgaka

   ○taraṃgaka m. a libertine, catamite L. (cf. nāḍī-t○)

⋙ nārītīrtha

   ○tīrtha n. pl. N. of 5 sacred bathing. places of women MBh.

⋙ nārīdūṣaṇa

   ○dūṣaṇa n. any woman's vice (6 usually reckoned, viz. drinking spirits, keeping bad company, quitting a husband, rambling abroad, sleeping and dwelling in a strange house) W.

⋙ nārīnātha

   ○nātha mfn. having a woman for possessor or owner (as a house) Mṛicch. iv, 3

⋙ nārīpattana

   ○pattana n. N. of a town Cat.

⋙ nārīparāyaṇa

   ○parâyaṇa mfn. devoted to women MW.

⋙ nārīpura

   ○pura n. gynaeceum MBh.

⋙ nārīprasaṅga

   ○prasaṅga m. addiction to women W.

⋙ nārīmaya

   ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting only or totally of women Bhartṛ. Kād.

⋙ nārīmukha

   ○mukha m. pl. N. of a people to the south-east of Madhyadeśa Var.

⋙ nārīyāna

   ○yāna n. a woman's conveyance, a litter &c. Mn. iii, 12

⋙ nārīratna

   ○ratna n. a jewel of woman, an excellent woman MW.

⋙ nārīvākya

   ○vākya n. the word of a wife ib.

⋙ nārīṣṭā

   nārī7ṣṭā f. 'dear to women', Arabian jasmine L.

⋙ nārīṣṭha

   nārī-ṣṭha mfn. devoted to woman, fond of them ŚāṅkhŚr.

≫ nārīka

   nārīka ifc. (mfn.) = nārī, woman, wife R. 
   • n. (in Sāmkhya) one of the 9 kinds of Tushṭi. [Page 537, Column 2] 

⋙ nārīya

   nārīya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a woman Kpr.

≫ nāreya

   nāreya m. (prob. fr. nārī) N. of a son of Bhaṅga-kāra Hariv.

≫ nārya

   nāryá m. N. of a man RV. 
   • n. the being a man Bhadrab.

nāra

   nā́ra ka, mf(ī)n. (fr. naraka) relating to hell, hellish, infernal 
   • (with loká), m. hell AV. (also nāraká m. VS.) 
   • m. inhabitant of hell Pur.

≫ nārakika

   nārakika mf(ī)n. hellish 
   • m. an inhabitant of hell L.

⋙ nārakikin

   nārakiḍkin mfn. hellish, being in or condemned to hell 
   • ns. = prec. m. L.

⋙ nārakikīya

   nārakiḍkīya mfn. hellish, infernal 
   • m. = prec. m. L.

nāraṅga

   nāraṅga m. the orange-tree (cf. nāga-raṅga) Suśr. &c. (also i f. ŚirṅgP.) 
   • the juice of the pepper plant L. 
   • a libertine L. 
   • a living being L. 
   • a twin L. 
   • n. a carrot L.

⋙ nāraṅgapattraka

   ○pattraka m. a yellow carrot L.

nārada

   nā́rada or nāradá m. N. of a Rishi (a Kāṇva or Kāśyapa, author of RV. viii, 13 ; ix, 104 ; 105 Anukr. 
   • as a Devarshi often associated with Parvata and supposed to be a messenger between gods and men MBh. Hariv. Kāv. &c 
   • among the 10 Prajā-patis as a son of Brahmā Mn. i, 35 
   • in later mythology he is a friend of Kṛishṇa and is regarded as inventor of the Viṇā or lute 
   • in ep. poetry he is called a Deva-gandharva or a Gandharva-rāja or simply Gandharva) 
   • of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh. 
   • of one of the 24 mythic. Buddhas MWB. 136 
   • of sev. men Lalit. HPariś. 
   • of sev. authors Cat. (cf. below) 
   • of a mountain BhP. 
   • (ā), f. the √of sugar-cane L. 
   • mf(ī)n. relating to Nārada, composed by him Cat.

⋙ nāradagītā

   ○gītā f

⋙ nāradatantra

   ○tantra n

⋙ nāradapañcarātra

   ○pañca-rātra n

⋙ nāradaparivrājakopaniṣad

   ○parivrājakôpaniṣad f

⋙ nāradapurāṇa

   ○purāṇa n

⋙ nāradabindūpaniṣad

   ○bindū7paniṣad f

⋙ nāradavacana

   ○vacana n

⋙ nāradavilāsakavya

   ○vilāsa-kavya n

⋙ nāradaśataka

   ○śataka n

⋙ nāradaśikṣā

   ○śikṣā f

⋙ nāradasaṃhitā

   ○saṃhitā

⋙ nāradastotra

   ○stotra n

⋙ nāradasmṛti

   ○smṛti f. N. of wks

⋙ nāradeśvaratīrtha

   nāradêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Cat.

⋙ nāradopadeśa

   nāradôpadeśa m. N. of ch. of the GaṇP.

⋙ nāradopaniṣad

   nāradôpaniṣad f. N. of an Up. 
   • -dīpikā f. of a Comm. on it,

⋙ nāradopapurāṇa

   nāradôpapurāṇa n. N. of an Upapur

≫ nāradin

   nāradin m. N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh.

≫ nāradīya

   nāradīya mfn. relating to or composed by Nārada Cat. (also ○yaka ib.) 
   • n. N. of sev. wks. Kād.

⋙ nāradīyakrama

   ○krama m. N. of wk

⋙ nāradīyamahāsthāna

   ○mahā-sthāna n. N. of a place Cat.

⋙ nāradīyasaptasahasra

   ○sapta-sahasra n. N. of wk

⋙ nāradīyapurāṇa

   ○purāṇa and n. N. of a Pur. and an Upapur

⋙ nāradīyopapurāṇa

   nāraḍdīyôpapurāṇa n. N. of a Pur. and an Upapur

nāradvāsava

   nāradvāsava n. N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr. (prob. for nārada-v○)

nārasiṃha

   nārasiṃha mf(ī)n. (fr. nara-siṃha) relating or belonging to the man-lion (Vishṇu in his 4th Avatāra) MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • m. the 16th Kalpa or period of the world (cf. s.v.) L. 
   • = narasiṃha, Vishṇu as man-lṭlion TĀr. BhP. 
   • N. of a man Inscr. 
   • n. N. of a town L.

⋙ nārasiṃhacūrṇa

   ○cūrṇa n. a partic. aphrodisiac L. (cf. nara-sṭsiṃha-c○)

⋙ nārasiṃhatantra

   ○tantra n. N. of a Tantra

⋙ nārasiṃhapurāṇa

   ○purāṇa n. N. of a Pur.

⋙ nārasiṃhaṣaṭcakryupaniṣad

   ○ṣaṭcakry-upaniṣad f. N. of an Up.

⋙ nārasiṃhīya

   nārasiṃhīya n. N. of wk. on rhet

⋙ nārasiṃhopaniṣad

   nārasiṃhôpaniṣad f

⋙ nārasiṃhopapurāṇa

   nārasiṃhôpapurāṇa n. N. of an Up. and an Upapur

nārāca

   nārāca m. (fr. ?) an iron arrow, any arrow MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. ardha-) 
   • water-elephant (= jalêbha) L. 
   • a bad or cloudy day (?) L. 
   • (ī), f. a goldsmith's scales 
   • n. a kind of metre Col. (cf. nar○) 
   • a partic. medicament Car.

⋙ nārācaghṛta

   ○ghṛta and n. and ?n. and ?m. N. of partic. medicaments (cf. above)

⋙ nārācacūrṇa

   ○cūrṇa n. and N. of partic. medicaments (cf. above)

⋙ nārācarasa

   ○rasa m. N. of partic. medicaments (cf. above)

⋙ nārācadurdina

   ○dur-dina n. a shower (lit. bad weather i.e. storm) of arrows Ragh.

≫ nārācaka

   nārācaka n. a kind of metre 
   • (ikā), f. = ○cī L. 
   • a kind of metre

nārāyaṇa

   nārāyaṇa above

nārāśaṃsa

   nārāśaṃsá mf(ī́)n. (fr. nárā-śáṃsa) relating to the praise of a man or men, laudatory, eulogistic (as a hymn, tale &c.) TS. Br. Yājñ. &c 
   • relating or sacred to Agni Narā-sṭśáṃsa (applied to the Soma RV. 
   • to a Ṛic TBr. &c.) 
   • m. N. of partic. Soma libations VS. TBr. &c 
   • m. pl. of a class of Pitṛis or Manes ib. 
   • (ī), f. N. of partic. verses or formulas, n. a tale or legend in honour of liberal men L.

⋙ nārāśaṃsapaṅkti

   ○paṅkti mfn. (sacrifice) performed with 5 Soma-libations called Narāśaṃsas AitBr. ii, 24, 3 (wṛ. nar"ṣ p○)

nārāśarya

   nārāśarya m. N. of a man Col. (v. l., pār○). [Page 537, Column 3] 

nārikera

   nārikera m. the cocoa-nut tree, the cocoa-nut Suśr. &c

nārikela

   nārikela m. id. MBh. &c. (cf. L. also ○li, or ○lī f.)

⋙ nārikelakṣāra

   ○kṣāra m. a partic. medicament L.

⋙ nārikeladvipa

   ○dvipa m. N. of an island ib.

nāriṅga

   nāriṅga m. (cf. Car.), ○gī f. (ŚalrṅigP.) the orange-tree

⋙ nāriṅgakanda

   ○kanda m. a yellow carrot L. (cf. nāraṅga-pattraka)

nāriṣṭa

   nāriṣṭa and nāriṣṭa-homa (Nyātyam.) = nāri-ṣṭha and -homa ( under nāri)

nārī

   nā́rī f. above

nārīkela

   nārīkela m. = nārik○ 
   • N. of an island' Kathās. 
   • (ī), f. the cocoa-nut or a fermented liquor made from the milk of it L.

nārīca

   nārīca n. Corchorus Capsularis L.

nārojipaṇḍita

   nāroji-paṇḍita m. N. of author, Cat

nārkalpi

   nār-kalpi ○kuṭa &c. nār, p. 536, col. 3

nārtika

   nārtika mf(ī)n. fr. narta g. chedâdi

nārmada

   nārmada mf(ī)n. belonging to the river Narma-dā (pra-vāha) Kathās. 
   • m. metron. of a man Hariv. 8019

nārmiṇī

   nā́rmiṇī (fr. na + armin [?] 'not in ruins'), N. of a town RV. i, 149, 3

nāryaṅga

   nāryaṅga m.= nāraṅga, the orangetree L.

nāla

   nāla mfn. (fr. nala, cf. nāḍa) consisting or made of reeds BhP. 
   • m. (g. ardharcâdi), f. (ā, or ī L.) and n. a hollow stalk, (esp.) of the lotus MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • any tube or tubular vessel or vein &c. of the body ib. 
   • m. or n. the navel-string Gobh. Sch. 
   • m. N. of a poet Cat. 
   • (ā), f. N. of a river MBh. VP. (vḷ. nīlā) 
   • (ī), f. an instrument for perforating an elephant's ear L. 
   • the stalk of a pot-herb L. 
   • a piece of metal on which the hours are struck = ghaṭī W. 
   • a lotus-flower, L: (cf. nālīka) 
   • n. the urethra Suśr. 
   • a handle (only mf[ā]n. ifc.) MBh. vii, 75 
   • a partic. ornament on a chariot R. vi, 75, 28 
   • yellow orpiment L.

⋙ nālavaṃśa

   ○vaṃśa m. = nala, a reed L.

⋙ nālaveṣṭanaśāntiprayoga

   ○veṣṭana-śānti-prayoga m. N. of wk

⋙ nālāstra

   nālâstra n. any tubular weapon (e.g. gun, cannon &c.) L.

≫ nālaka

   nālaka ifc. (mfn.) a stalk, (esp.) a lotus-stṭstalk (cf. cāru-n○) 
   • (ikā), f. id. L. 
   • N. of sev. plants (also -puṣpa n.) Suśr. L. 
   • an instrument for perforating an elephant's ears L. 
   • = ghaṭī (cf. nāla), Jāta. kam 
   • a period of 24 minutes, Rajat. iv, 570 
   • hint, insinuation, enigmatical expression Kām. v, 51

≫ nālakini

   nālakini f. a multitude of lotus flowers, a lotus lake L.

≫ nālāya

   nālāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to represent the handle (of an axe) 
   • ○yita mfn. BhP.

≫ nālāyana

   nālāyana m. patr., also pl. Saṃskārak.

≫ nālī

   nāl�ī f. = nāḍī, any tubular vessel or vein &c. of the body L. 
   • ifc. = ○likā, a period of 24 minutes Sāh.

⋙ nālijaṅgha

   nāḍli-jaṅgha m. a crow L. (cf. nāḍī-j○)

⋙ nālījaṅgha

   nāḍlījaṅgha m. N. of a man Daś.

⋙ nālīvraṇa

   nāḍlī-vraṇa m. = nāḍī-vr○ L.

≫ nālika

   nālika mfn. (with āsana) a partic. manner of sitting Cat. 
   • ifc. a period of 24 minutes (cf. ṣaṇṇ○) 
   • m. a trader with (?) Pañcad. 
   • a buffalo L. 
   • (ā), f. under ○laka 
   • n. =, nālâstra L. 
   • a lotus flower L. 
   • m. or n. myrrh L. 
   • a kind of wind instrument L.

≫ nālinī

   nālinī f. a mystic. N. of one nostril BhP.

≫ nālīka

   nālīka m. a kind of arrow or spear MBh. R. &c 
   • body, limb L. 
   • m. n. a lotus flower L. 
   • (cf. ib.) =

⋙ nālīkinī

   nālīḍkinī f. a multitude of lotus flowers, a lotus lake, g. puṣkarâdi

≫ nālya

   nālya mfn. (fr. nala), g. saṃkāśâdi

nālanda

   nālanda m. N. of a village near Rāja-gṛiha containing a celebrated Buddh. monastery MWB. 169 &c

≫ nālandara

   nālandara m. N. of a Buddh. monastery L.

nālāgiri

   nālāgiri m. N. of an elephant connected with Gautama Buddha MWB. 406

nālikera

   nālikera m. the cocoa-nut tree or the cṭcocoa-nut Var. Suśr. (also ○kela as vḷ.) Kāv. (also ○kerī f. Bālar.) 
   • N. of a district to the south east of Madhya-deśa Var. [Page 538, Column 1] 

nālitā

   nālitā f. Arum Colocasia L.

nālīpa

   nālīpa m. Nauclea Cadamba (?) L.

nāva 1

   nāvá m. (√-4. nu) a shout of joy or triumph RV.

nāva 2

   nāva = nau, a boat, a ship (in comp., f. ardha-n○, dvi-n○ Pāṇ. 5-4, 99, 100) ; (ā́), f. id. RV. i, 97, 8

⋙ nāvaprabhrāṃśana

   ○prabhrâṃśana n. N. of a place AV.

⋙ nāvāja

   nāvâjá m. a boatman, sailor ŚBr.

⋙ nāvopajīvana

   nāvôpajīvana and m. id. MBh.

⋙ nāvopajīvin

   nāvôpajīḍvin m. id. MBh.

≫ nāvika

   nāvika mf(ī)n. belonging to a ship or boat W. 
   • m. a helmsman, pilot, sailor (ifc. f. ā) MBh. R. &c 
   • n. N. of a Sāman

⋙ nāvikanāyaka

   ○nāyaka and m. 'sailor-chief.' the captain of a vessel, Dai

⋙ nāvikapati

   ○pati m. 'sailor-chief.' the captain of a vessel, Dai

≫ nāvin

   nāvin m. a boatman, sailor L.

≫ nāvya 1

   nāvya Nom. P. ○yati, to wish for a ship L.

≫ nāvya 2

   nāvyá mf(ā)n. navigable, accessible by a boat or ship AV. MBh. &c 
   • m. a shipman, sailor ĀpGṛ. 
   • (ā), f. a navigable river RV. ŚBr. 
   • n. id. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 18

nāvana

   nāvana n. (√5. nu 
   • 3. nava) a sternutatory ŚārṅgS.

⋙ nāvanīya

   nāvaḍnīya mfn. good as a sternutatory Car.

nāvanīta

   nāvanīta mf(ī)n. (fr. nava-nīta) coming from butter Nyāyam. 
   • mild as butter MBh.

nāvamika

   nāvamika mf(ī)n. (fr. navama) the ninth R.

nāvayajñika

   nāvayajñika mfn. (fr. nava-yajña), with kāla m. the time of offering the first fruits &c. of the harvest Pāṇ. 4-2, 35 Vārtt. 1

nāvara

   nāvara m. N. of a family Cat.

nāvākāra

   nāv-ākāra nāv-āroha, nāvy-udaka, 2. nau

nāvya 3

   nāvya n. (fr. 1, náva) newness, s, novelty L.

nāśa 1

   nāśa m. (√1naś) attainment ( dūṇ○)

nāśa 2

   nāśa m. (√2. naś) the being lost, loss, disappearance, destruction, annihilation, ruin, death Br. Mn. MBh. &c. (ifc. destroying, annihilating, cf. karma-nāśā, graha-nāta, duḥ-svapnaṇ○) 
   • flight, desertion W. 
   • (arithm.) elimination ib. 
   • (ī), f. N. of a river near Benares L.

⋙ nāśatas

   ○tas ind. = nāśāt, from death MW.

⋙ nāśaśata

   ○śata (?), m. N. of a Buddh. patriarch

≫ nāśaka

   nāśaka mf(ikā)n. destroying, annihilating, removing (with gen. or comp.) MBh. &c. (cf. ku-n○, kṛta-n○) 
   • wasting, prodigal of (cf. artha-n○)

≫ nāśana

   nāśana mf(ī)n. destroying &c. = prec. (with gen. or ifc.) VS. MBh. &c 
   • n. destruction, removal 
   • causing to be lost or perish, Apast. MBh. R. &c 
   • forgetting (adhī7tasya) Yājñ. iii, 228

⋙ nāśanakara

   ○kara mf(ī)n. destroying (ifc.) Kāv.

⋙ nāśanīya

   nāśanīya n. (scil. karman) expulsion from the order Buddh.

≫ nāśayitṛ

   nāśayitṛ mf(trī́) n. destroying, remover VS.

≫ nāśita

   nāśita mfn. destroyed, ruined, lost Yājñ. 
   • banished, expulsed, an outcast ( next)

⋙ nāśitasaṃgraha

   ○saṃgraha m. intercourse with an outcast Buddh.

≫ nāśin

   nāśin mfn. perishing, perishable Mn. Prab. (cf. a-n○) 
   • ifc. destroying, removing MBh. Hariv. &c

≫ nāśuka

   nā́śuka mf(ā)n. disappearing, perishing, being lost TS.

≫ nāśya

   nāśya mfn. liable to be destroyed or removed or banished Bhāshāp. Kap. (-tva n.)

≫ nāṣṭika

   nāṣṭika mf(ī)n. (fr. naṣṭa) relating to anything lost W. 
   • m. the (frmer) owner of any lost object Mn. viii, 202

≫ nāṣṭrā

   nāṣṭrā́ f. danger, destruction, evil demon AV. VS. ŚBr.

nāśira

   nāśira m. or n. a pressed Somastalk, Āryav

nās 1

   nās cl. 1. Ā. nāsate, to sound Dhātup. xvi, 24

nās 2

   nā́s the strong stem of 3. nás, q.v

≫ nāsā

   nā́sā f. the nose (either du., e.g. AV. v, 23, 3, or sg. Mn. MBh. &c 
   • ifc. f. ā MBh. R. &c.) 
   • proboscis (cf. gaja-n○) 
   • = -dāru (below) L. 
   • Gendarussa Vulgaris L. (cf. 3. nas and nāsikā)

⋙ nāsāgra

   ○"ṣgra (○sâg○), n. the tip of the nose Gaut. Suśr.

⋙ nāsāchidra

   ○chidra n. a nostril L.

⋙ nāsāchinnī

   ○chinnī f. a species of bird with a divided beak L.

⋙ nāsājvara

   ○jvara m. a kind of disease of the nose (= nakra) L.

⋙ nāsādakṣṇāvarta

   ○dakṣṇâvarta m. wearing the nose-ring in the right nostril (marking women who have children or money) W. [Page 538, Column 2] 

⋙ nāsādāru

   ○dāru n. a piece of wood projecting like a nose over a door L.

⋙ nāsānāha

   ○nāha m. obstruction of the nose Suśr.

⋙ nāsāntika

   ○"ṣntika (○sânt○), mfn. (a stick) reaching to the nose Mn. ii, 46 (cf. keśânt○)

⋙ nāsāpariśoṣa

   ○pariśoṣa m. heat and dryness of the nose Suśr.

⋙ nāsāpaisrāva

   ○paisrāva m. nose-flow', running at the nose ib.

⋙ nāsāpāka

   ○pāka m. a kind of inflammation of the nose ib. (cf. ghrāṇa-p○)

⋙ nāsāpuṭa

   ○puṭa m.wing of the nose, nostril ib. Var. Hcat. maryādā f. septum of the nose Suśr.

⋙ nāsāpratīnāha

   ○pratīnāha m. = nāsā-nāha Suśr.

⋙ nāsāpramāṇa

   ○pramāṇa n. size of the nose ib.,

⋙ nāsābhaṅga

   ○bhaṅga m. falling in of the nṭnose ib.

⋙ nāsāmūla

   ○mūla n. the √of the nose Cat.

⋙ nāsāyoni

   ○yoni m. a weak or passionless man who has no desire for cohabitation without smelling the genitals Bhpr.

⋙ nāsāraktapitta

   ○rakta-pitta n. nose-bleeding L.

⋙ nāsārandhra

   ○randhra ei, nose aperture', nostril, Siś. v, 54 Sch.

⋙ nāsāroga

   ○roga m. disease of the Suśr.

⋙ nāsārbuda

   ○"ṣrbuda (sârb○) and n. polypus of the nose ib.

⋙ nāsārśas

   ○"ṣrśas (○sârt○), n. polypus of the nose ib.

⋙ nāsāvaṃśa

   ○vaṃśa m. the bridge of the nose ib. Pañc.

⋙ nāsāvabhaṅga

   ○"ṣvabhaṅga (○sâv○), m. = nāsā-bhaṅga Suśr.

⋙ nāsāvāmāvarta

   ○vāmâvarta m. wearing the nose-ring in the left nostril (a mark of sorrow or childlessness) W.

⋙ nāsāviroka

   ○viroka m. 'nosecavity', nostril, Śis. v, 54 (cf. -randhra)

⋙ nāsāvivara

   ○vivara n. id. BhP.

⋙ nāsāvedha

   ○vedha m. perforation of the nose (of cattle) Hemac.

⋙ nāsāśoṣa

   ○śoṣa m. dryness of the nose W.

⋙ nāsāsaṃvedana

   ○saṃvedana m. Momordica Charantia L.

⋙ nāsāsrāva

   ○srāva m. = parisrāva Suśr.

⋙ nasottha

   nasôttha n. snot Gal.

≫ nāsālu

   nāsālu m. N. of a tree L.

≫ nāsika

   nāsika m. or n. N. of a place (cf. below and nāsikya) 
   • in some comp. = ○sikā

⋙ nāsikakṣetramahātmya

   ○kṣetra-máhātmya n. N. of wk

⋙ nāsikatryambaka

   ○tryambaka m. or n. (also nāsika alone) N. of a locality 
   • -tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Cat.

⋙ nāsikaṃdhama

   ○ṃ-dhama mfn. blowing through the nose Pāṇ. 3-2, 29 
   • vi. 3, 66

⋙ nāsikaṃdhaya

   ○ṃ-dhaya mfn. drinking through the nose ib.

⋙ nāsikavat

   ○vat (nā́s○), mfn. having a nṭnose, nosed TS.

≫ nāsikā

   nā́sikā f. a nostril 
   • (older du.) the nose RV. &c, &c. (ifc. f. ā or ī Pāṇ. 4-1, 55) 
   • the proboscis of an elephant BhP. 
   • = nāsā-dāru L. 
   • N. of Aśvinī (mother of the two Aśvins) L.

⋙ nāsikāgra

   ○"ṣgra (○kâg○), n. the point of the nose Bhag. (-tas, ind.)

⋙ nāsikāchidra

   ○chidra n. (cf. MānŚr.),

⋙ nāsikāchinnī

   ○chinnī f. (cf. L.),

⋙ nāsikāpāka

   ○pāka and = nāsā-chidra &c

⋙ nāsikāpuṭa

   ○puṭa m. (cf. Suśr.) = nāsā-chidra &c

⋙ nāsikāmala

   ○mala n. 'nose-dirt', nose-mucus, snot Śak. Sch.

⋙ nāsikāmūla

   ○mūla n. = nāsā-m○ L.

⋙ nāsikārajju

   ○rajju f. a nose-string Mṛicch. vi, 0/1

⋙ nāsikāsrotas

   ○srotas n. a nostril Gobh. (wṛ. -śr○)

≫ nāsikya

   nāsikya mf(ā)n. being in or coming from the nose ChUp. Vait. 
   • uttered through the nose, nasal Prāt. Hcat. 
   • m. any nasal sound Siksh. 
   • a partic. sound siksh related to the so-called Yamas Prāt. 
   • du. the two Aśvins (= nāsatyau) L. 
   • pl. N. of a people in Dakshiṇā-patha Var. AVPariś. 
   • n. the nose (also -ka) L. 
   • N. of a town Pāṇ. 6-1, 63 Vārtt. 3

≫ nāsya

   nāsya n. the nose-cord (of a draught-ox &c.) Mn. viii, 291 
   • (prob.) an errhine (in next)

⋙ nāsyagrāsam

   ○grāsam ind. putting into the mouth as if it were an errhine (to be put into the nose), swallowing easily Hariv. 15996

nāsatya

   nā́satya mfn. (prob. fr. √2. nas, Caus.) helpful, kind, friendly (mostly m. du. as N. of the Aśvins RV. 
   • later m. sg. N. of one of the Aśvins, the other being then called Dasra) 
   • relating or belonging to the Aśvins MBh. 
   • (ā), f. the constellation Aśvinī L. (The derivations fr. na + asatya, or fr. nāsā + tya or fr. nā + satya are very improbable.)

nāsira

   nāsira or nāsīra n. the van of an army Kād. Hcar. 
   • m. a champion who advances before the line L.

nāstika

   nâstika &c. under 2. ná

nāstitada

   nāstitada or nāstida m. the mango tree

nāha

   nāha m. (√nah) binding, tying L. 
   • obstruction (cf. nāsā-n○) 
   • trap or snare for catching deer L.

nāhala

   nāhala m. a man of a barbarous or outcast tribe 
   • pl. N. of a non-Āryan people (= mleccha) L.

nāhuṣa 1

   nā́huṣa mf(ī)n. (fr. náhuṣa) neighbouring, kindred 
   • m. neighbour, kinsman RV.

≫ nāhuṣa 2

   nāhuṣa m. (fr. náhuṣa) patron. of Yayāti MBh. R &c. N. of a serpent-demon VāyuP.

≫ nāhuṣi

   nāhuṣi m. patr. of Yayāti L. [Page 538, Column 3] 

nāhnābhāi

   nāhnābhāi m. N. of Rāma-kṛishṇa (son of Dāmodara) Cat.

ni 1

   ní ind. down, back, in, into, within (except AV. x, 8, 7 always prefixed either to verbs or to nouns 
   • in the latter case it has also the meaning of negation or privation ['down-hearted'. = heartless] 
   • sometimes wṛ. for nis) 
   • it may also express kṣepa, dāna, upa-rama, ā-śraya, mokṣa &c. L. [Cf. Zd. ni 
   • Gk. ? ; Slav. ni-śu ; [538, 3] Germ, ni-dar, ni-der, nieder ; Angl. Sax. ni-ther, Eng. ne-ther, be-neath.]

ni 2

   ni (for nī), mfn. ṛta-ní

ni 3

   ni (in music) the 7th note (for niṣadha)

niṃs

   niṃs cl. 2. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxiv, 15) niṃste Bhaṭṭ. (niṃsate, niṃsata and p. níṃsāna RV. 
   • niṃsse, niṃssva Kāś. on Pāṇ. 8-3, 58 
   • pf. niniṃse aor. aniṃsiṣṭa fut. niṃsiṣyate, niṃsitā, Gr.) to touch closely, kiss, salute. (Perhaps ft. ninaṃs, Des. of √nam, like lips fr. li-laps √.nikṣ.)

≫ niṃsin

   niṃsin mfn. touching, kissing (ifc 
   • cf. netra-)

niḥ

   niḥ for nis (q.v.) before a sibilant and rarely before k, kh 
   • p, ph

⋙ niḥkṣatra

   ○kṣatra mf(ā) n. having no military caste BhP. (○tre, ind. when there was no military cṭcaste ib.) 
   • -karaṇa, ī. depriving of the military caste ib. 
   • ○triya mfn. = ○tra mfn. Balar,

⋙ niḥśaṅka

   ○śaṅka mf(ā)n. free from fear or risk, not afraid of (comp.) 
   • careless, secure Hariv. Kāv. &c. (also ○nikita Pañc.) 
   • (am), ind. fearlessly, securely, easily MBh. R. &c 
   • m. (in music) a kind of measure or dance 
   • (ā), f. absence of fear or hesitation 
   • (ayā), ind, without fear or hesitation ŚārṅgP. 
   • -līla m. (in music) a kind of dance 
   • -supta mfn. sleeping calmly, Śāntiś

⋙ niḥśatru

   ○śatru mfn. free from enemies, Kathas,

⋙ niḥśabda

   ○śabda mf(ā)n. noiseless, silent, still MBh. R. &c 
   • m. or n. silence (○daṃ √kṛ, to make no noise) R. 
   • (am), ind, noiselessly MBh. (cf. ni-ś○) 
   • -nitcala mfn. (night) noiseless and motionless Kathās. 
   • -padam ind. with soundless i.e. inaudible steps R. 
   • -saṃvṛtta mfn. become noiseless R. 
   • -stimita mfn. = -nitcala MBh. 
   • -sravat mfn. (tear) flowing noiselessly Rājat.

⋙ niḥśama

   ○śama m. uneasiness, anxiety L.

⋙ niḥśaraṇa

   ○śaraṇa mf(ā)n. defenceless, unprotected Rājat.

⋙ niḥśarkara

   ○śarkara mfn. free from pebbles (as a bathing-place) R.

⋙ niḥśalāka

   ○śalāka mfn. free from grass &c., lonely, solitary Mn. vii, 147

⋙ niḥśalka

   ○śalka and mfn. (fish) having no scales L.

⋙ niḥśalkaka

   ○śalḍkaka mfn. (fish) having no scales L.

⋙ niḥśalya

   ○śalya mfn. freed from an arrow or from thorns or from pain MBh. &c. (v. l. vi-ś○) 
   • (am), ind. without pain, easily, willingly Daś.

⋙ niḥśastra

   ○śastra mfn. weapon. less, unarmed Rājat.

⋙ niḥśākha

   ○śākha mfn. branchless 
   • -tā f. Kād. 
   • ○khī- √kṛ, to deprive of branches ib.,

⋙ niḥśukra

   ○śukra mfn. without fire or energy AitBr. viii, 23

⋙ niḥśūka

   ○śūka mfn. without a beard or awns (as corn) Bhpr. 
   • merciless, cruel Hcar. Siṃhâs. 
   • m. beardless rice without any awn L.

⋙ niḥśūnya

   ○śūnya mfn. quite empty R.

⋙ niḥśṛṅga

   ○śṛṅga mf(ā)n. hornless Hcat.

⋙ niḥśeṣa

   ○śeṣa mf(ā)n. without remainder, (either = ) finished, passed away (kalpa) Hariv. (○ṣaṃ √kṛ to destroy completely MBh.) 
   • (or = ) complete, whole, entire, all MBh. R. &c 
   • at beg.of comp. ( = am, or eṇa ind.) totally, completely 
   • -kṛt mfn. eating one's meals without any remainder Vishṇ. 
   • -tas ind. wholly, entirely Rājat. Suśr. . -tā f. complete destruction MBh. Pañc. 
   • -bhagna mfn. totally broken Hariv. 
   • -muṣita mfn. totally robbed out Kathās. 
   • ○ṣaṇa mf(ā) u. = niḥ-śeṣa MW. 
   • ○ṣaya Nom. P. ○yati, to destroy totally Prab. ii, 33 
   • ○ṣita mfn. having nothing left, totally consumed or finished or destroy. ed R. Pañc. Rājat.

⋙ niḥśoka

   ○śoka mfn. free from sorrow or care Hariv. Rājat.

⋙ niḥśodhya

   ○śodhya mfn. not to be cleansed or purified 
   • clean, pure L.

⋙ niḥśmaśru

   ○śmaśru mfn. beardless L. (wṛ. ni-ś○)

⋙ niḥśrama

   ○śrama and wṛ. for ni-s○

⋙ niḥśrayaṇī

   ○śrayaṇī wṛ. for ni-s○

⋙ niḥśrī

   ○śrī wṛ. for niḥ-svii,

⋙ niḥśrīka

   ○śrīka mfn. deprived of beauty, ugly MBh. 
   • unfortunate, inglorious ib. Pur. 
   • -tā f. misfortune, want of good luck MW.

⋙ niḥśreṇi

   ○śreṇ�i f. = ni-śreṇī L. 
   • the wild date tree L. 
   • ○ṇikā f. a ladder Dharmaśarm. 
   • a kind of grass L. 
   • ○ṇi-puṣpaka m. a species of thorn-apple L.

⋙ niḥśreyaṇī

   ○śreyaṇī f. = ni-śrayṇī Gal. =

⋙ niḥśreyasa

   ○śreyasa mf(ī)n. 'having no better', best, most excellent MBh. R. &c 
   • m. N. of Siva L. 
   • n. the best i.e. ultimate bliss, final beatitude, or knowledge that brings it KaushUp. Mn. MBh. &c 
   • belief, faith L. 
   • apprehension, conception L. -kara mfn. conferring final happiness or emancipation W. [Page 539, Column 1] 

⋙ niḥṣaṅga

   ○ṣaṅga wṛ. for -saṅga

⋙ niḥṣaṃdhi

   ○ṣaṃdhi g. suṣāmâdi,

⋙ niḥṣāmam

   ○ṣāmam ind. at the wrong time, unseasonably L. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-3, 88)

⋙ niḥṣyandsna

   ○ṣyandsna n. a trickling or flowing down, streaming, dropping Sāy. (= ni-syanda, m.)

⋙ niḥsaṃśaya

   ○saṃśaya mfn. undoubted, certain MBh. R. &c. (also ○yita Kād.) 
   • not doubtful, not doubting or suspecting MBh. Ragh. 
   • (am), ind. undoubtedly, surely MBh. R.

⋙ niḥsaṃskāra

   ○saṃskāra mfn. uneducated, ill-mannered 
   • -tā f. Kād.

⋙ niḥsaṃkakṣa

   ○saṃkakṣa mfn. not perplexed or confused L. (wṛ. ni-s○)

⋙ niḥsaṃkalpa

   ○saṃkalpa mfn. having no determination or will Nyāyas.

⋙ niḥsaṃkṣobha

   ○saṃkṣobha mfn. unshaken, Jatakani

⋙ niḥsaṃkhya

   ○saṃkhya mfn. innumerable, numberless Inscr.

⋙ niḥsaṅga

   ○saṅga m. absence of attachment, entire concentration BhP. 
   • mfn. unobstructed, moving freely MBh. 
   • unconnected, separated, detached Kap. 
   • not attached or devoted, indifferent to (loc.) Prab. Vedânt. 
   • free from worldly attachment, unselfish, disinterested MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • (am or ena), ind. without interest, without reflection, at random R. ii, 21, 12 (for śaṅkam?) BhP. iv, 8, 31 
   • m. N. of a man Cat. 
   • -tā f. -tva n. absence of attachment, unselfishness, indifference Pur. &c

⋙ niḥsaciva

   ○saciva mfn. without a minister or councillor Subh.

⋙ niḥsaṃcāra

   ○saṃcāra mfn. not moving about, not leaving one's home Rājat. 
   • m. not taking a walk Mālatīm.

⋙ niḥsaṃjña

   ○saṃjña mfn. senseless, unconscious MBh. R. &c

⋙ niḥsattva

   ○sattva mfn. without existence, unsubstantial (-tva n.) Vajracch. 
   • unenergetic, weak, impotent, wretched, miserable (-tā f.) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • deprived of living beings Pañc. 
   • insignificant, mean, low W. 
   • n. want of power or energy, insignificance 
   • non-existence W.

⋙ niḥsatya

   ○satya mfn. untrue, false 
   • -tā f. falsehood, insincerity Kām. Hit.

⋙ niḥsaṃtati

   ○saṃtati mfn. destitute of offspring, childless Rājat.

⋙ niḥsaṃtāna

   ○saṃtāna mfn. id. MW.

⋙ niḥsaṃdigdha

   ○saṃdigdha mfn. not doubtful, certain 
   • (am), ind. MBh. &c

⋙ niḥsaṃdeha

   ○saṃdeha mf(ā)n 
   • (am), ind, = prec., Kathss. Kull.

⋙ niḥsaṃdhi

   ○saṃdhi mfn. having no joints perceptible, well knit, compact, close, firm, Balar

⋙ niḥsapatna

   ○sapatna mf(ā)n. having no rival, not sharing the possession of anything with another MBh. R. 
   • not claimed by another, belonging exclusively to one possessor ib. 
   • unrivalled, unparalleled (-tā f.) Kād. 
   • having no enemies MW.

⋙ niḥsamā

   ○samā f. 'matchless', N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.

⋙ niḥsampāta

   ○sampāta mfn. affording no passage, blocked up Hariv. 
   • m. thick darkness, midnight L.

⋙ niḥsambandha

   ○sambandha mfn. without relatives MW.

⋙ niḥsambādha

   ○sambādha mfn. not crowded, lonely, solitary 
   • -velā f. a time when there is no crowding in the streets Daś.

⋙ niḥsambhrama

   ○sambhrama mfn. not perplexed, unembarrassed (with infin.) Rājat.

⋙ niḥsaraṇi

   ○saraṇi mfn. pathless, impracticable Hcar.

⋙ niḥsarpa

   ○sarpa mfn. free from snakes, Pañc,

⋙ niḥsalila

   ○salila mfn. waterless Rājat.

⋙ niḥsaha

   ○saha mf(ā) n. not able to support or resist (comp.) 
   • powerless, weak (-tā f. -tva n.) Kāv. Rājat. Kathās. (comp. -tara, Siś.) 
   • intolerable, irresistible W.

⋙ niḥsahāya

   ○sahāya mfn. without helpers, unassisted, Mālatim,

⋙ niḥsādhāra

   ○sâdhāra mfn. supportless 
   • (am), ind. Śiś. xviii, 46

⋙ niḥsādhvasa

   ○sādhvasa mf(ā)n. fearless, bold Hariv. Kāv. 
   • (am), ind. fearlessly, boldly Rājat. 
   • -tā f. (cf. Jātakam.), -tva n. (cf. R.) fearlessness, boldness. =

⋙ niḥsāmarthya

   ○sāmarthya mfn. unfit, unsuitable MBh.

⋙ niḥsāmānya

   ○sāmānya mfn. extraordinary, uncommon Rājat.

⋙ niḥsāra

   ○sāra mf(ā)n. sapless, pithless, worthless, vain, unsubstantial (-tā f. -tva n.) Hariv. Var. Kāv. Pur. 
   • m. Trophis Aspera or a kind of Śyo. nāka L. 
   • (in music) a kind of time (also sāru and ○ruka) 
   • (ā), f. Musa Sapientum L. 
   • ○raka n. a kind of diarrhoea Bhpr. =

⋙ niḥsāla

   ○sālá mf(ā́)n. being out of the house AV.

⋙ niḥsīman

   ○sīman mfn. unbounded, immeasurable, infinite, grand Kāv.

⋙ niḥsukha

   ○sukha mfn. joyless, sad, unhappy MBh. 
   • disagreeable, distressing W.

⋙ niḥsugrīva

   ○sugrīva mf(ā)n. freed from Sugriva R.

⋙ niḥsuvarṇska

   ○suvarṇska mfn. deprived of gold Mṛicch. ix, 7/8

⋙ niḥsūtra

   ○sūtra mfn. without thread Naish. 
   • helpless ib.

⋙ niḥsūnu

   ○sūnu mfn. sonless Viddh.

⋙ niḥsomaka

   ○somaka mfn. moonless Veṇis.

⋙ niḥstambha

   ○stambha mfn. having no posts or pillars Kām. 
   • having no support or help BhP.

⋙ niḥstuti

   ○stuti mfn. praising nothing MBh.

⋙ niḥsthāman

   ○sthāman mfn. powerless, weak, Deśin

⋙ niḥsneha

   ○sneha mf(ā)n. not unctuous or greasy Mn. Pañc. 
   • not wet, dry R. 
   • insensible, cold, unfeeling (with prati) Kāv. Pañc. (-tva, n.) 
   • not longing for, indifferent MBh. 
   • not loved, uncared for, hated, disagreeable, Kathss. Pañc. 
   • m. ungreasing Dhātup. 
   • (ā), f. Linum Usitatissimum L. 
   • -phalā f. Solanum Diffusum L.

⋙ niḥspanda

   ○spanda (cf. niṣ-p○), mfn. motionless Kathās. Naish. 
   • tva n. Sāh. (also ni-sp○) [Page 539, Column 2] 

⋙ niḥsparśa

   ○sparśa mfn. hard, rough Kād. 
   • -gātra mfn. rough-limbed Divyāv.

⋙ niḥspṛha

   ○spṛha mf(ā)n. free from desire, not longing for (loc. or comp.), abstaining from (abl.) Mn. MBh. &c. (-tā f. Yājñ.) 
   • (am), ind Pāṇ. 8-3, 100 Kāś.

⋙ niḥsphura

   ○sphura mfn. (heart) not throbbing Mālatīm. x, 12/13

⋙ niḥsyanda

   ○syanda = nis○

⋙ niḥsva

   ○sva mfn. deprived of one's own, indigent, poor, Mn. MBh. &c 
   • -tā f. poverty Var. -1

⋙ niḥsvana

   ○svana mfn. soundless Kathās.

⋙ niḥsvabhāva

   ○svabhāva m. want of property, poverty, Śantiś 
   • mfn. 'unpropertied', void of peculiarities Sarvad.

⋙ niḥsvādu

   ○svādu mfn. insipid, tasteless, W'

⋙ niḥsvādhyāyavaṣaṭkāra

   ○svâdhyāya-vaṣaṭkāra mfn. neither studying the Vedas nor offering burnt sacrifices VP.

⋙ niḥsvāmikā

   ○svāmikā f. having no lord or husband Kathās.

⋙ niḥsvīkṛta

   ○svī-kṛta mfn. (svii in comp. for -sva) deprived of one's property, impoverished Var.

⋙ niḥsvībhuta

   ○svī-bhuta mfn. id. Daś.

≫ nir

   nir for nis (q.v.) before vowels and soft consonants

⋙ niraṃśa

   ○aṃśa mfn. having no degrees (of latit. or long.) 
   • -tva n. Sūryas.

⋙ niraṃsaka

   ○aṃsaka mfn. receiving no share Yājñ.

⋙ niraṃśu

   ○aṃśu mfn. rayless MBh.

⋙ nirakṣa

   ○akṣa mfn. having no dice W. 
   • having no latitude ib. 
   • m. the place of no latitude i.e. the terrestrial equator Sūryas. 
   • -deśa m. the equatorial region ib.,

⋙ nirakṣara

   ○akṣara mfn. not knowing the letters HPariś.

⋙ niragni

   ○agni

⋙ niragnika

   ○agḍnika mfn. having no (consecrated) fire MBh.

⋙ niragra

   ○agra or mfn. divisible without remainder Līl.

⋙ niragraka

   ○agraka mfn. divisible without remainder Līl.

⋙ niragha

   ○agha mf(ā)n. sinless, free from faults Rājat.

⋙ niraṅkuśa

   ○aṅkuśa mfn. unchecked (lit. not held by a hook), uncontrolled, independent, free, unruly, extravagant (am ind 
   • -tva n.) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • ○śaya Nom. P. yati, to unfetter Kād.

⋙ niraṅga

   ○aṅga mf(ā or ī)n. incomplete Sāh. 
   • having no resources or expedients Hit.

⋙ niraṅguli

   ○aṅguli mfn. Pāṇ. 5-4, 86 Kāś.

⋙ niraṅguli

   ○aṅguli mfn. fingerless Kāv.

⋙ nirajina

   ○ajina mfn. without a skin or hide L.

⋙ nirañjana

   ○áñjana mf(ā)n. unpainted, spotless, pure, simple Up. MBh. &c 
   • void of passion or emotion W. 
   • m. N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • of an attendant of Śivag. Hariv. 
   • of sev. authors Cat. (also with yati 
   • ○nâṣṭaka n. N. of wk.) n. the Supreme Being W. 
   • (ā), f. the day of full moon L. 
   • N. of Durgā L.

⋙ niratisaya

   ○atisaya mfn. unsurpassed (tva n.) Hariv. Pañc. &c

⋙ niratīcāra

   ○atīcāra mfn. inviolable HPariś.

⋙ niratyaya

   ○atyaya mf(ā)n. free from danger, secure, infallible (-tva n.) Kāv. &c 
   • unblamable, faultless Kir. 
   • causing no pain Suśr.

⋙ niradhiṣṭhāna

   ○adhiṣṭhāna mfn. having no resting-place or basis, supportless, untenable MBh. R. 
   • independent Śaṃk.

⋙ niradhva

   ○adhva mfn. one who has lost his way L.

⋙ niranukrośa

   ○anukrośa mf(ā)n. pitiless, hard-hearted (-tā f.) MBh. R. 
   • m. mercilessness, cruelty R. 
   • -kārin mfn. acting pitilessly MBh. 
   • -tas ind. in a cruel manner Pañc. 
   • -yukta mfn. uncompassionate, hard-hearted R.

⋙ niranuga

   ○anuga mfn. having no followers, unattended Rajat

⋙ niranugraha

   ○anugraha mfn. ungracious, unkind BhP.

⋙ niranunāsika

   ○anunāsika mfn. not marked with the Anunasika, not nasal Vop.

⋙ niranubandha

   ○anubandha mfn. showing no secondary or symptomatic affection Car. 
   • ○dhaka mfn. having no indicatory letter Pat.

⋙ niranumāna

   ○anumāna mfn. not bound to conclusions or consequences Tattvas.

⋙ niranuyojya

   ○anuyojya mfn. unblamable, faultless 
   • ○jyânuyoga m. the blaming of anything faultless Nyāyas. Sarvad.

⋙ niranurodha

   ○anurodha mfn. untavourable, unfriendly, unamiable (-tva, n.) Kāv. 
   • unkind towards, regardless of (loc.) Ratnâv.

⋙ niranuśaya

   ○anuśaya mfn. without the consequences or results of acts, Śaṃk.

⋙ nirantara

   ○antara mf(ā)n. having no interval (in space or time), close, compact, dense, uninterrupted, perpetual, constant (-tā f.) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • faithful true Pañc. 
   • abounding in, full of (comp.) R. Sāh. 
   • not other or different, identical MBh. R. &c 
   • not hidden from view W. 
   • (am), ind. closely, tightly, firmly, Ṛit. Suśr. 
   • constantly, continually MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • immediately, at once Kām. Vet. 
   • -grihavāsin mfn. living in the next house Kull. 
   • -payodharā f. having closely contiguous breasts (clouds) Mṛicch.v, 15 -viśeṣa mfn. (pl.) being without difference in regard to (loc.), being treated alike MBh. 
   • -śarīra mfn. one whose body is densely transfixed with (arrows) R. 
   • ○râbhyāsa m. constant repetition or study, diligent exercise or practice Prab. 
   • ○râtkaṇṭhā f. continual longing for Ratn. 
   • ○rôdbhinna mfn. densely sprouted ib.

⋙ nirantarāla

   ○antarāla mfn. without an intervening space, close, narrow 
   • -tā f. Śiś. Sch.

⋙ nirandhas

   ○andhas mfn. foodless, hungry BhP.

⋙ niranna

   ○anna mfn. wanting food, starving MBh. Suśr. 
   • giving or yielding no food BhP. 
   • (○nne), ind. during a famine ib.

⋙ niranvaya

   ○anvaya mfn. having no offspring, childless Rājat. 
   • unconnected, unrelated Mn. viii, 198 ; 33i 
   • illogical, unmethodical W. 
   • not committed in the presence of others Mn. viii, 332 [Page 539, Column 3] 
   • without retinue, unaccompanied Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ nirapa

   ○apa mfn. waterless R.

⋙ nirapakrama

   ○apakrama mfn. not to be escaped from GopBr.

⋙ nirapatya

   ○apatya mfn. childless 
   • -tva n. Car.

⋙ nirapatrapa

   ○apatrapa mf(ā)n. shameless, impudent, confident MBh. R. Suśr. &c

⋙ niraparādha

   ○aparādha mf(ā)n. unoffending, guiltless, blameless (-tā, f.) Vikr. Kathās. &c 
   • m. faultlessness, innocence 
   • -vat mfn. innocent R.

⋙ nirapavarta

   ○apavarta mfn. not returning W. 
   • (in arithm.) = next

⋙ nirapavartana

   ○apavartana mfn. not to be divided by a common divisor Gol.

⋙ nirapavāda

   ○apavāda mfn. blameless BhP. 
   • not admitting of any exception (also -ka) Pat.

⋙ nirapahnava

   ○apahnava mfn. unconcealed Sāh.

⋙ nirapāya

   ○apâya mfn. imperishable MBh. (also ○yin Kāv.) 
   • infallible R. Suśr. 
   • free from harm or evil MW.

⋙ nirapekṣa

   ○apêkṣa mf(ā)n. regardless of. indifferent to, independent of (loc. or comp.) 
   • desireless, careless, indifferent, disinterested Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c. (also -ka BhP.) 
   • (am), ind. regardlessly, accidentally MBh. Daś. 
   • (ā), f. (cf. R.) -tā f. (cf. Kathās.), -tva n. (cf. RāmatUp.) disregard, indifference, independence 
   • ○kṣita mfn. regardless Prab. 
   • disregarded Daś. 
   • ○kṣin mfn. indifferent, independent MBh. 
   • ○kṣya mfn. not to be regarded Bhartṛ.

⋙ nirabhiprāya

   ○abhiprâya mfn. purposeless, Kathās.

⋙ nirabhibhava

   ○abhibhava mfn. not subject to humiliation or disgrace Bhartṛ. 
   • not to be surpassed MW.

⋙ nirabhimāna

   ○abhimāna mfn. free from pride BhP.

⋙ nirabhilapya

   ○abhilapya mfn. unutterable, inexpressible Sarvad.

⋙ nirabhilāṣa

   ○abhilāṣa mfn. not desirous of. indifferent to (comp.) Śak.

⋙ nirabhisaṃdhāna

   ○abhisaṃdhāna n. absence of design, Sāṃkhyas. Sch. 
   • ○saṃdhin mfn. free from egoistic designs Saṃk.

⋙ nirabhīmāna

   ○abhīmāna mfn. = -abhim○ MBh. 
   • unconscious ib.

⋙ nirabhyaṅga

   ○abhyaṅga mfn. unanointed, not rubbed in Car.

⋙ nirabhra

   ○abhra mfn. cloudless MBh. 
   • (○e), ind. when the sky is cloudless ib. Suśr.

⋙ niramarṣa

   ○amarṣa mfn. not impatient, apathetic MBh. R. (v. l. nir-ām○)

⋙ niramitra

   ○amitra mfn. free from enemies ib. 
   • m. N. of a son of Nakula MBh. 
   • of a son of the king of Tri-garta ib. 
   • of a son of Khaṇḍa-pāṇi (or Daṇḍa-pṭpāṇi) Pur. (wṛ. nir-ām○) 
   • of a son of Ayutâyus ib. 
   • of a sage considered as Śiva's son ib. (v. l. nir-ām○)

⋙ nirambara

   ○ambara mf(ā)n. undressed, naked MBh. Kathās.

⋙ nirambu

   ○ambu mfn. abstaining from water BhP. 
   • destitute of water MBh.

⋙ nirargala

   ○argala mfn. unbarred, unimpeded, free, irresistible MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • (am), ind. freely Rājat. 
   • -vāc mfn. of unrestrained language Viddh.

⋙ nirarti

   ○arti mfn. painless Car.

⋙ nirartha

   ○artha mf(ā)n. void of wealth, poor Mṛicch. 
   • useless, vain (-kalaha, a useless quarrel MBh.) 
   • meaningless (-tā, MārkP.) 
   • (a consonant) having no following vowel VPrāt. Sch. 
   • m. (○thá) loss, detriment TĀr. 
   • pl. nonsense R.

⋙ nirarthaka

   ○arthaka mf(ikā)n. useless, vain, unsuccessful MBh. Kāv. &c. (am ind. R. Bhartṛ. 
   • -tva n. Mṛicch.) 
   • unmeaning, nonsensical MBh. 
   • (said of a consonant) = -artha VPrāt. Sch. 
   • n. (in phil.) a nonsensical objection 
   • (in rhet.) an expletive

⋙ nirarbuda

   ○arbuda m. or n. N. of a hell in which the wicked are punished by excessive cold Buddh.

⋙ niralaṃkāra

   ○alaṃkāra mfn. unornamented R. (B.), Sch,

⋙ niralaṃkṛti

   ○alaṃkṛti f. (in rhet.) want of ornaments, simplicity

⋙ nirava

   ○avá mfn. unprotected RV. i, 122, 11 Sāy. (only gen. -avásya, perhaps one who calls, fr. √ru? or ind. p. fr. √so?)

⋙ niravakāśa

   ○avakāśa mf(ā)n. wanting room, crowded (said of a hell) BhP. 
   • out of place or time, unseasonable, inconvenient Hcar. 
   • -tā f. Kād. 
   • ○śī- √kṛ, to remove from its place Ragh. ix, 28 (C.) Sch.

⋙ niravagraha

   ○avagraha mfn. unrestrained, independent, free MBh. Kāv. &c. (○he ind. where there is room to move freely MBh.) 
   • self-willed, headstrong W.

⋙ niravadoṣatva

   ○avadoṣa-tva n. (?) Kauś. Sch.

⋙ niravadya

   ○avadya mf(ā)n. unblamable, unobjectionable Up. MBh. &c. (-tva n. BhP.) 
   • n. blamelessness, excellence (vat mfn. MBh.) 
   • n. or m. a partic. high number Lalit.

⋙ niravadhi

   ○avadhi mfn. unlimited, Bhavabh. Rājat. 
   • endless, infinite Sarvad. (also ○dhika)

⋙ niravayava

   ○avayava mfn. having no limbs or members 
   • not consisting of parts, indivisible (-tva n.) Śaṃk. Sarvad. &c

⋙ niravarodha

   ○avarodha mfn. unrestrained, unopposed BhP.

⋙ niravalamba

   ○avalamba mfn. supportless (lit. and fig.) Śak. 
   • ○bana, nif(ā)n. id. ib. (v. l.) 
   • belonging to nobody Hcar. 
   • n. want of a prop or of reliance MW.

⋙ niravaśeṣa

   ○avaśeṣa mfn. without a residue, complete, whole R. &c 
   • (○ṣeṇa and ○ṣa-tas), ind. completely, totally, fully Hariv.

⋙ niravasāda

   ○avasāda mf(ā)n. not cast down, cheerful Gīt. 
   • anxious, eager W.

⋙ niravaskṛta

   ○avaskṛta mfn. (prob.) clean, pure MBh. (cf. an-avaskara). =

⋙ niravastāra

   ○avastāra mfn. not strewn or covered, bare BhP.

⋙ niravahālikā

   ○avahālikā f. a fence, hedge, outer wall L.

⋙ niravyaya

   ○avyaya mf(ā)n. undecaying, eternal W. [Page 540, Column 1] 

⋙ niraśana

   ○aśana mfn. abstaining from food Hariv. 
   • n. going without food, fasting L.

⋙ niraśva

   ○aśva mfn. without horses, Kathss 
   • -puruṣa mf(ā)n. without horses and men MBh.

⋙ nirastra

   ○astra mfn. R. Caurap.

⋙ nirasthi

   ○asthi mfn. boneless (as flesh) Suśr.

⋙ nirahaṃstambha

   ○ahaṃstambha mfn. free from the fetters of egotism BhP.

⋙ nirahaṃkāra

   ○ahaṃkāra mfn. free from egotism, unselfish, humble MBh. BhP. 
   • m. a partic. heaven Hcat. 
   • ○kārin mfn. free from the sentiment of egotism BhP. 
   • ○kṛta mfn. having no self-conscioumess or personality BhP. 
   • = next MBh. BhP. 
   • ○kṛti mfn. free from egotism or pride, humble, Bhanṛ. BhP. 
   • ○kriya mfn. having no personality or individuality BhP. 
   • (ā), f. absence of egotism or selfishness ib.,

⋙ niraham

   ○aham mfn. devoid of self-conceit or selfishness BhP. 
   • -mati and -māna mfn. free from the sentiment of egotism ib.,

⋙ nirahna

   ○ahna m. Pāṇ. 8-4, 7 Kāś.

⋙ nirākāṅkṣa

   ○ākāṅkṣa mfn. expecting or wishing nothing, desireless, hopeless Kathās. Pur. (also ○kṣiṅ MBh.) 
   • wanting nothing to fill up, complete (vākya) KātyŚr. Sāh. - 1

⋙ nirākāra

   ○ākāra mfn. formless, shapeless, incorporeal (brahman), making no appearance or show, insignificant, unimportant MBh. R. &c 
   • having no object (cf. below) 
   • m. N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • of Vishṇu L. 
   • heaven L. 
   • the universal spirit, god L. 
   • -jñāna-vāda m. the doctrine that the perception of the outer world does not arise from images impressed on the mind Sarvad. 
   • -locana n. a vacant (lit. objectless) look Mṛicch. Sch.

⋙ nirākāsa

   ○ākās7a mfn. having no free space, completely filled R.

⋙ nirākula

   ○ākula mfn. not too much beset, little frequented Kathās. 
   • not disarranged Gīt. 
   • unconfused, clear, calm, steady (am ind.) Var. Kāv. Pañc. 
   • n. perspicuity, clearness, calmness Var. 
   • -dvāra mf(ā)n. (city) whose gates are not too much crowded Kathās. 
   • ○lârtham ind. for the sake of clearness Var.

⋙ nirākṛti

   ○ākṛti mfn. formless, shapeless (Vishṇu) Hariv. 
   • deformed, ugly MārkP. 
   • m. a person who neglects his religious duties, (esp.) a Brāhman who has not duly read the Vedas, Gifut. Mn. MBh. etc, -1

⋙ nirākṛtin

   ○ākṛtin mfn. making no show &c. = -ākāra (above) MBh. (v. l. kṛti)

⋙ nirākranda

   ○ākranda mf(ā)n. having no friend or protector Hariv. 
   • finding no help from (loc.) Jātakam. 
   • affording no shelter or protection Kathās. 
   • m. or n. a place that affords no place MBh.

⋙ nirākrośa

   ○ākrośa mfn. unaccused, unreviled W.

⋙ nirāgama

   ○āgama mfn. not founded on revelation MBh.

⋙ nirāgas

   ○āgas mfn. sinless, innocent Ragh. Rājat.

⋙ nirāgāra

   ○āgāra mfn. houseless, shelterless,

⋙ nirāgraha

   ○āgraha mfn. not insisting upon, not obstinate Rājat.

⋙ nirācāra

   ○ācāra mfn. without approved usages or customs, lawless, barbarian Hcat.

⋙ nirājīvya

   ○ājīvya mf(ā)n. not yielding subsistence Kām.

⋙ nirāḍambara

   ○āḍambara mfn. without drums 
   • -sundara mfn. beautiful without drums i.e. wṭwithout praise, beautiful in itself Rājat.

⋙ nirātaṅka

   ○ātaṅka mf(ā)n. free from fear or pain, not feeling or causing it MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • m. N. of Śiva Śivag.

⋙ nirātapa

   ○ātapa mf(ā)n. not penetrated by the sun's rays, shady Hariv. 
   • (ā), f. the night L.

⋙ nirātapatra

   ○ātapatra mfn. without umbrella Hcar.

⋙ nirātithya

   ○ātithya mfn. inhospitable, lonely Kathās.

⋙ nirātmaka

   ○ātmaka mfn. having no separate soul or no individual existence BhP. 
   • ○tman or ○tma-vat mfn. id. MBh. 
   • ○tma-tva n. Vajracch.

⋙ nirādara

   ○ādara mfn. showing no respect, disrespectful Rājat.

⋙ nirādāna

   ○ādāna mfn. taking or receiving nothing MBh. 
   • m. N. of Buddha L.

⋙ nirādhāna

   ○ādhāna (nir.), mfn. unbridled TBr. (cf. antar-ādh○)

⋙ nirādhāra

   ○ādhāra mfn. without a receptacle or a support MBh. 
   • -tva n. Sarvad.

⋙ nirādhi

   ○ādhi mfn. free from anxiety, secure Kām.

⋙ nirānanda

   ○ānanda mf(ā)n. joyless, sorrowful, sad, melancholy MBh. R. &c 
   • -kara mf(ī)n. causing no pleasure, afflicting MBh. Hariv.

⋙ nirāntra

   ○āntra mfn. eviscerated, having the entrails hanging out AitBr.

⋙ nirāpad

   ○āpad f. no misfortune, security, prosperity MBh. 
   • mfn. prosperous, fortunate, secure Ragh. Śatr.

⋙ nirābādha

   ○ābādha mf(ā)n. undisturbed unmolested, secure MBh. Hariv. 
   • (am ind. incontestably Sarvad.) not disturbing, not molesting, harmless, guileless ib. 
   • frivolously or unreally vexarious (as a cause of complaint) Yājñ. Sch. 
   • -kara mfn. not causing injury or pain Hariv.

⋙ nirābhāsa

   ○ābhāsa mfn. without fallacious appearance, HaṃsUp

⋙ nirāmaya

   ○āmaya m. freedom from illness, health, welfare MBh. 
   • (am ind. in ○mayaṃ devadattāya, or ○ttasya good health or hail to Durga! Pāṇ. 2-3, 73 Kāś.) 
   • mfn. free from illness, healthy, well MBh. R. Suśr. &c 
   • causing health, wholesome MBh. xii, 6569 
   • complete, entire Hariv. 
   • infallible, secure MBh. R. 
   • untainted, pure L. 
   • m. 1 wild goat L. 
   • a hog, a boar L. 
   • N. of a king MBh.

⋙ nirāmarda

   ○āmarda m. not oppressing', N. of a king MBh.

⋙ nirāmarṣa

   ○āmarṣa [Page 540, Column 2] 

⋙ nirāmitra

   ○āmitra -am○

⋙ nirāmiṣa

   ○āmiṣa mfn. fleshless Bhartṛ. 
   • receiving no booty or wages MBh. 
   • free from sensual desires or covetousness Mn. vi, 49 
   • not striving after any reward Lalit. 
   • ○ṣâśin mfn. eating no flesh Hit.

⋙ nirāya

   ○āya mfn. having or yielding no income, profitless W. 
   • -vyaya-vat m. having neither income nor expenditure, an idler who lives from hand to mouth W. -1

⋙ nirāyata

   ○āyata mfn. unextended, contracted, compact W. 
   • -tva n. shortness, compactness Kir. viii, 17

⋙ nirāyati

   ○āyati mfn. one who has no future, one whose end or destruction is at hand ib. ii, 15

⋙ nirāyāsa

   ○āyāsa mfn. not causing trouble or fatigue, easy MBh. 
   • kind Divyāv.

⋙ nirāyudha

   ○āyudha mfn. weaponless, unarmed Mn. Hariv.

⋙ nirārambha

   ○ārambha mfn. not undertaking enterprises, abstaining from all work MBh.

⋙ nirālamba

   ○ālamba mfn. = -aval○ 
   • self-supported, independent 
   • friendless, alone Mn. MBh. &c. (am ind. R. 
   • -tva n. Hcar.) 
   • m. N. of a philosopher (worshipping the empty air as deity) Cat. 
   • (ā), f. spikenard L. 
   • -"ṣbâpaniṣad f. N. of wk

⋙ nirālambana

   ○ālambana mfn. supportless or self-supported, not resting on another, free MBh. R.

⋙ nirālasya

   ○ālasya mfn. not slothful MW.

⋙ nirālāpa

   ○ālāpa mfn. not talking Kathās.

⋙ nirāloka

   ○āloka mfn. not looking about R. 
   • deprived of light, dark or blind MBh. Mālatīm. Kām. 
   • ifc. looking at, investigating, scrutinizing (cf. ātma-n○) MBh.

⋙ nirāvaraṇa

   ○āvaraṇa mfn. unveiled, manifest, evident, Veṇis

⋙ nirāvarṣa

   ○āvarṣa mfn. (a tree) sheltering from rain Hariv.

⋙ nirāśa

   ○āśa mf(ā)n. without any hope or wish or desire, indifferent Kap. Kāv. Rājat. &c. (āśām nir-āśāṃ √kṛ, to make hope hopeless i.e. giving up all hope MBh. xii, 6647 
   • 6520.) 
   • despairing or despondent of (with loc., dat., acc. and prati, abl., or comp.) MBh. R. &c 
   • (ā), f. hopelessness, despair Subh. Hcar. 
   • -ka mfn. despairing of (abl.) MBh. viii, 3761 
   • -kara mfn. taking away all hope, making impossible (in comp.), Git xii, 20 
   • -guṭikā wṛ. for ○sa-g○ ( under 2. nir-āsa, p. 553) 
   • -tā, f. (cf. Bhām.), -tva n. (Pañc. B.) hopelessness, despair 
   • ○śâsanna mfn. nearly driven to despair Hcar. 
   • ○śin mfn. hopeless, despairing MBh. (○śi-tva n. hopelessness Kām. 
   • v. l. for ○śa-tva Pañc.) 
   • ○śī-bhāva, mḍespair L. 
   • -"ṣśī-bhūta mfn. become hopeless, despairing MW.

⋙ nirāśaṅka

   ○āśaṅka mf(ā)n. fearless, being not afraid of (loc. for infin.) Cāṇ. 
   • (am), ind. without fear or hesitation Śaṃk. 
   • ○kya mfn. not to be apprehended Daś.

⋙ nirāśaya

   ○āśaya mfn. (wonnd) not deep Suśr. (v. l. for -āśraya)

⋙ nirāśis

   ○āśis mfn. hopeless, despairing MBh. Kāv. &c. (○śīs-tva, n. MBh.xii, 12440) 
   • free from desire, indifferent, Kuns. v, 76 
   • without a blessing W.

⋙ nirāśrama

   ○āśrama mfn. not being in one of the four periods or stages of a Brshman's life Kull. (○min id. ib.) 
   • -pada mfn. (a wood) having no hermitages in it Kathās.

⋙ nirāśraya

   ○āśraya mfn. shelterless R. 
   • supportless, having or offering no prop or stay, destitute, alone MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • not deep (v. l. ○śaya), lying open Suśr. -1

⋙ nirāsa

   ○āsa m. seatless, shelterless MBh.

⋙ nirāsaṅga

   ○āsaṅga mfn. unhindered (in the use of one's forces) Car.

⋙ nirāsitva

   ○āsitva wṛ. for -āśitva, or -āśatva (above) Pañc.

⋙ nirāsu

   ○āsu (l), mfn. v. l. for -ambu MBh.

⋙ nirāstha

   ○āstha mf(ā)n. not interested in anything, not intent upon (comp.) Kathās.

⋙ nirāspada

   ○āspada mfn. restless, homeless, portionless, objectless MW.

⋙ nirāsrava

   ○āsrava mfn. sinless Divyāv. (printed ○śrava)

⋙ nirāsvāda

   ○āsvāda mfn. tasteless, insipid, unsavoury MBh. Hariv. 
   • -rasa mfn. (herbs) not tasting of anything MBh.

⋙ nirāsvādya

   ○āsvādya mfn. giving no enjoyment 
   • -tama mfn. most unsavoury R.

⋙ nirāhāra

   ○āhāra m. want of food, fasting Yājñ. 
   • mf(ā)n. having no food or abstaining from it MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • -tā f. foodlessness, fasting MBh. Kathās.

⋙ niriṅga

   ○iṅga mfn. immovable, not flickering MBh.

⋙ niriccha

   ○iccha mfn. without wish or desire, indifferent ib.

⋙ nirindriya

   ○indriya (nír-), mf(ā)n. impotent, destitute of manly vigour or strength AV. ŚBr. &c 
   • barren (a cow) KaṭhUp. 
   • infirm, weak, frail Mn. ix, 18 (or = pramāṇa-rahita Kull.) 
   • having no organs of sense L.

⋙ nirindhana

   ○indhana mfn. destitute of fuel MBh. Hariv. &c

⋙ nirīti

   ○īti mfn. free from calamities or afflictions Ragh. 
   • -ka mf(ā)n. auspicious R.

⋙ nirīśa

   ○īśa -īṣa

⋙ nirīśvara

   ○īśvara mfn. godless, atheistic 
   • -vāda m. athṭatheistic doctrine MW. 
   • -vādin mfn. holding athṭatheistic doctrine ib. 
   • -sāṃkhya-śāstra n. the Sāṃkhya doctrine in a restricted sense (excluding the Yoga-Sāṃkhya) Sarvad.

⋙ nirīṣa

   ○īṣa n. the body of a plough, or mfn. without a pole or shaft L. (v. l. -īśa)

⋙ nirīha

   ○īha mfn. motionless, inactive, desireless, indifferent, unanxious MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • (ā), f. (cf. BhP.) = tā f. (cf. MBh.), -tva n. (cf. MW.), ○hâvasthā f. (cf. Sāh.) absence of effort or desire, indifference

⋙ nirucchvāsa

   ○ucchvāsa mf(ā)n. not breathing, breathless MBh. Suśr. &c. [Page 540, Column 3] 
   • narrow, contracted, crowded W. 
   • m. breathlessness (-nipīḍita mfn. afflicted by bṭbreathlessness) 
   • m. or n. N. of a partic. hell where the wicked cannot breathe L.

⋙ nirutkanṭha

   ○utkanṭha mfn. free from longing or desire Śak.

⋙ niruttara

   ○uttara mfn. having no superior L. 
   • answerless, silenced Hariv. Kathās. &c 
   • n. = -tantra n. N. of a Tantra 
   • ○rī- √kṛ, to make unable to answer, silence Kathās.

⋙ niruttha

   ○uttha mfn. irrecoverable Bhpr.

⋙ nirutpāta

   ○utpāta mf(ā)n. free from portents Hariv.

⋙ nirutsava

   ○utsava mfn. having no festivals Ragh. BhP. 
   • ○vârambha mfn. making or showing no preparation for a festival Śak.

⋙ nirutsāha

   ○utsāha m. absence of exertion, indolence Hariv. 
   • mf(ā)n. without energy or courage, indolent, indifferent MBh. R. &c 
   • despondent of (loc.) MBh. vii, 1836 
   • -tā f. Pañc,

⋙ nirutsuka

   ○utsuka mfn. careless, indifferent, tranquil MBh. Kāv. 
   • m. N. of a son of Manu Raivata Hariv. 
   • of one of the Saptarshis under the 13th Manu ib.

⋙ nirudaka

   ○udaka mfn. waterless Pāṇ. 6-2, 184 BhP. Hcat. (wṛ. -ūd○)

⋙ nirudara

   ○udara mfn. having no belly or trunk Kāv.

⋙ niruddeśam

   ○uddeśam ind, without any statement Kād.

⋙ niruddrāva

   ○uddrāva mfn. immovable, undecaying W.

⋙ niruddhati

   ○uddhati mfn. (chariot) not jolting Śak. vii, 10 (v. l.)

⋙ nirudyama

   ○udyama mfn. effortless, inactive, lazy MBh. &c

⋙ nirudyoga

   ○udyoga mfn. id. ib. 
   • disheartened R. 
   • causeless (?) MW.

⋙ nirudvigna

   ○udvigna mfn. unexcited, sedate, calm MBh. R. 
   • -manas mfn. undisturbed in mind ib.

⋙ nirudvega

   ○udvega mfn. = -udvigna ib.

⋙ nirunmāda

   ○unmāda mfn. free from pride or arrogance Sāh.

⋙ nirupakārin

   ○upakārin mfn. not assisting, inofficious Subh.

⋙ nirupakrama

   ○upakrama mfn. not to be cured, incurable Car. 
   • having no commencement BhP.

⋙ nirupakriya

   ○upakriya mfn. not useful or profitable Kathās.

⋙ nirupadrava

   ○upadrava mfn. free from affliction or danger, neither inflicting nor incurring adversity, harmless, peaceful, secure, happy MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • (also -upadruta) not inauspicious (as stars) Var. 
   • -tā f. absence of danger, security Kull.

⋙ nirupadhi

   ○upadhi mfn. guileless, blameless, honest, secure Kāv. 
   • jīvana mfn. leading an honest life (-tā f. Dhūrtas.) 
   • -pālita-prakṛtika mfn. (prob.) one whose subjects are protected from danger or harm Inscr. 
   • -śeṣa mfn. one in whom no remainder of guile is left Buddh. 
   • (said of Nirvsṇa) Divyâv.

⋙ nirupapatti

   ○upapatti mfn. unfit, unsuitable 
   • -tva n. ib.

⋙ nirupapada

   ○upapada mfn. having no epithet Mṛicch. x, 17/18 
   • not connected with a subordinate word Sch.

⋙ nirupaplava

   ○upaplava mfn. untroubled, unmolested, unharmed Śak. iii, 0/1 (v. l. upadrava) 
   • m. not causing adversity', N. of Siva Śivag.

⋙ nirupabhoga

   ○upabhoga mfn not enjoying Sāṃkhyak.

⋙ nirupama

   ○upama mf(ā)n. peerless, unequalled, incomparable Hariv. Kāv. &c 
   • m. N. of a man L. 
   • (ā), f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.

⋙ nirupayoga

   ○upayoga mfn. useless, unserviceable Hcar.

⋙ nirupala

   ○upala mfn. stoneless, g. nirudakâdi

⋙ nirupalepa

   ○upalepa mfn. unsmeared L.

⋙ nirupasarga

   ○upasarga mfn. free from portents, auspicious, Var

⋙ nirupasṛṣṭa

   ○upasṛṣṭa mfn. undamaged ib.

⋙ nirupaskṛta

   ○upaskṛta mfn. unimpaired by (instr.), simple, pure MBh.

⋙ nirupasthāyaka

   ○upasthāyaka mfn. unattended Divyāv.

⋙ nirupahata

   ○upahata mfn. unhurt, uninjured 
   • harmless, auspicious Var.

⋙ nirupahita

   ○upahita mfn. (in phil.) with out Upa-dhi dr Upâ-dhi ( s.v.)

⋙ nirupākhya

   ○upâkhya mf(ā)n. destitute of all qualification Sarvad. 
   • immaterial, unreal, false, non-existent L. 
   • indescribable, inexpressible Naish. 
   • -tva n. Saṃk.

⋙ nirupādāna

   ○upâdāna mfn. free from desire or clinging to life, Divy and v. (cf. MWB. 44 ; 102 &c.)

⋙ nirupādhi

   ○upâdhi (cf. VP.) and mfn. without attributes or qualities, absolute

⋙ nirupādhika

   ○upâḍdhika (cf. BhP. ), mfn. without attributes or qualities, absolute

⋙ nirupāya

   ○upâya mfn. without expedients, helpless, unsuccessful Kām.

⋙ nirupekṣa

   ○upêkṣa mfn. not neglectful 
   • free from trick or fraud W.

⋙ niruṣṇatā

   ○uṣṇatā f. want of heat, coldness, rigidity 
   • ○tāṃ √nī, to bring to coldness, kill Daś.

⋙ niruṣṇīṣa

   ○uṣṇīṣa mfn. without a turban or head-dress, bareheaded Rājat.

⋙ niruṣman

   ○uṣman &c., wṛ. for -ūṣm○. -1

⋙ nirūḍha

   ○ūḍha mfn. unmarried W.

⋙ nirūdaka

   ○ūdaka

⋙ nirūpama

   ○ūpama

⋙ nirūpākhya

   ○ūpâkhya wṛ. for -ud○, -up &c

⋙ niruṣman

   ○uṣman mfn. devoid of heat, cold MBh. Hariv. (○maka Jātakam.) 
   • ○ma-tva n. coldness MBh. -1

⋙ niruha

   ○uha m. a complete sentence, one having no ellipsis W.

⋙ nirṛṇa

   ○ṛṇa (cf. Siṃhâs.),

⋙ nirṛṇin

   ○ṛḍṇin (cf. Nār. Sch.), mfn. free from debts. - 1

⋙ nireka

   ○eka mfn. excluding one' Jyot.

⋙ nirenas

   ○enas mfn. free from guilt Śiś.

⋙ niroṣṭhya

   ○oṣṭhya n. absence of all labials ib. Sch.

⋙ nirauṣadha

   ○auṣadha mfn. incurable, Pracaṇḍ

⋙ nirgandha

   ○gandha mfn. void of smell, inodorous Suśr. Kāv. &c 
   • -tā f. scentlessness Kum. 
   • -puṣpī f. Salmalia Mala- barica L.

⋙ nirgarbha

   ○garbha mfn. having no germ or sprout in it, AP

⋙ nirgarva

   ○garva mfn. free from pride, humble Rājat.

⋙ nirgarha

   ○garha mf(ā)n. blameless Kathās. [Page 541, Column 1] 

⋙ nirgavākṣa

   ○gavâkṣa mfn. windowless Kām.

⋙ nirgahana

   ○gahana mfn. knowing no difficulties', intrepid Vcar.

⋙ nirguṇa

   ○guṇa mf(ā)n. having no cord or string, Kiv 
   • having no good qualities or virtues, bad, worthless, vicious MBh. R. &c 
   • devoid of all qualities or properties Up. MBh. &c 
   • having no epithet, KatyŚr. Sch. 
   • (said of the Supreme Being) W. 
   • -ka mfn. having no qualities RāmatUp. 
   • -tattva n. N. of wk 
   • -tā f. -tva n. absence of qualities or properties 
   • want of good qualities, wickedness, viciousness MBh. Kāv. Pur. 
   • ○ṇâmasa mfn. of bad or vicious mind Kāv. 
   • ○ṇâtmaka mfn. having no qualities MBh.

⋙ nirgulika

   ○gulika mfn. having no pill Kathās.

⋙ nirgulma

   ○gulma mf(ā)n. shrubless MBh.

⋙ nirgṛha

   ○gṛha mf(ī) u. houseless, Pañc,

⋙ nirgaurava

   ○gaurava mf(ā)n. without dignity 
   • (am), ind. Rājat.

⋙ nirgrantha

   ○grantha mfn. free from all ties or hindrances BhP. 
   • without possessions, poor L. 
   • a saint who has withdrawn from the world and lives either as a hermit or a religious mendicant wandering about naked Var. Buddh. 
   • a fool, idiot L. 
   • a gam. bler L. 
   • murder, manslaughter Gal. 
   • ○thaka mfn. unattended, deserted, alone L. 
   • fruitless L. 
   • clever, expert L. 
   • m. a naked Jaina or Buddhist mendicant L. 
   • n. (?) Jainism or Buddhism MW. 
   • ○thana n. killing, slaughter L. 
   • ○tha-śāstra n. N. of wk 
   • ○thi mfn. free from knots, knotless L. 
   • without blemish, perfect (○thi-ramaṇīyatā, Caṇḍak.) 
   • ○thika mfn. clever, conversant L. 
   • = hīna L. 
   • m. = ○thaka m

⋙ nirghaṭa

   ○ghaṭa n. a great fair, crowded market, free market 
   • a place where there is no quay or steps L.

⋙ nirghṛṇa

   ○ghṛṇa mf(ā)n. unmerciful, cruel MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • shameless, immodest W. 
   • (am), ind. cruelly MBh. 
   • (ā), f. (in sa-nir-ghṛṇa), -tā f. (cf. Bhartṛ.), -tva, n. (cf. MarkP.) pitilessness, cruelty. -1

⋙ nirghoṣa

   ○ghoṣa mf(ā)n. soundless, noiseless MBh. 
   • ○ṣâkṣara-vimukta m. N. of a Samādhi

⋙ nirjana

   ○jana mf(ā)n. unpeopled, lonely, desolate MBh. R. 
   • m. or n. solitude, desert R. Rājat. 
   • -tā f. (cf. Rājat.), -tva n. (Sah.) depopulation, voidness 
   • -vana n. a lonely or unfrequented forest MW.

⋙ nirjantu

   ○jantu mfn. free from living creatures (worms &c.) HYog.

⋙ nirjara

   ○jara mfn. (in some cases ○ras Pāṇ. 7-2, 101) not becoming old, young, fresh BhP. 
   • imperishable, immortal W. 
   • m. a god Rsjat. 
   • (ā), f. Cocculus Cordifolius or Anethum Graveolens L. 
   • n. ambrosia or nectar L. 
   • -paṇya-yoṣit f. immortal courtezan', an Apsaras Vcar. 
   • -sarṣapa m. a species of mustard L.

⋙ nirjarāyu

   ○jarāyu (nír.), mfn. (snake) that has cast its skin AV.

⋙ nirjarjalpa

   ○jarjalpa (nír-), mfn. tattered VS. (cf. Mahīdh 
   • vḷ. TS. -jalmaka)

⋙ nirjala

   ○jala mf(ā)n. waterless, dry (m. or n. a dry country, desert, waste MBh. R.) 
   • not mixed with water (as buttermilk) L. 
   • ○la-toyadâbha mfn. of the colour of a waterless cloud i.e. white, fair MW. 
   • ○lanmināya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be like a fish without water, Bhsm 
   • ○lâkādaśī f. the 11th day in the light half of the month Jyaishṭha (on which even the drinking of water is forbidden) Col.

⋙ nirjalada

   ○jalada mf(ā)n. cloudless Subh.

⋙ nirjāḍya

   ○jāḍya mfn. free from coldless L.

⋙ nirjālmaka

   ○jālmaka (nír.), mfn. maneless TS. Sch. (cf. jarjalpa)

⋙ nirjijñāsa

   ○jijñāsa mfn. not desirous of knowing or understanding, Nysyas. Sch.

⋙ nirjihva

   ○jihva mfn. tongueless MBh. 
   • n. a frog L.

⋙ nirjīva

   ○jīva mf(ā)n. lifeless, dead MBh. &c 
   • -karaṇa n. killing, striking dead (with gen.) Kathās. xvii, 15 (wṛ. -kār○) 
   • ○vita mfn. = -jīva 
   • ○ta-tva n. Vajracch.

⋙ nirjñāti

   ○jñāti mfn. having no kinsfolk MBh.

⋙ nirjñāna

   ○jñāna mf(ā)n. ignorant, stupid, silly Kathās.

⋙ nirjyotis

   ○jyotis mfn. lightless, dark Hcar.

⋙ nirjvara

   ○jvara mfn. feverless, healthy L.

⋙ nirdaṃśin

   ○daṃśin mfn. (snake) not biting or stinging AitBr.

⋙ nirdaṭa

   ○daṭa or mfn. (Prākr. for dṛta fr. √dṛ, cf, ā-dṛ?) unkind, malicious, censorious, slanderous

⋙ nirdaḍa

   ○daḍa mfn. (Prākr. for dṛta fr. √dṛ, cf, ā-dṛ?) unkind, malicious, censorious, slanderous 
   • useless, unnecessary 
   • mad, intoxicated L.

⋙ nirdaṇḍa

   ○daṇḍa mfn. not punishing MBh. 
   • a Sūdra L. (as the staffless?)

⋙ nirdanta

   ○danta mfn. (elephant) having no teeth or tusks Subh.

⋙ nirdaya

   ○daya mf(ā)n. pitiless, unkind, cruel, hard, violent, excessive MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • unpitied by any Mn. ix, 239 
   • (am), ind. unmercifully, passionately, violently, greatly Kāv. (○ya-taram Bhartṛ. i, 64) 
   • -tva n. unmercifulness, cruelty, Ksv 
   • ○ya-danta-daṃśa m. unmerciful or passionate biting (with the teeth) Gīt. 
   • ○ya-rati-śramâtasa mf(ā)n. tired by passionate amorous sports Ragh. xix, 32 
   • ○yâsleṣa m. a passionate embrace Megh. 105. -1

⋙ nirdara

   ○dara mfn. (fr. √dṛ [?] 
   • cf. -daṭa) pitiless, hard, shameless 
   • (am), ind. exessively, strongly L.

⋙ nirdaraṇa

   ○daraṇa mf(ā)n. free from clefts or holes, Kam

⋙ nirdaśa

   ○daśa mfn. more than ten days old, happened more than ten days ago (-tā f. ĀpGṛ.) AitBr. Mn. &c. (cf. a -nir-d○). [Page 541, Column 2] 

⋙ nirdasana

   ○dasana mfn. toothless Hit. 
   • ○nâkṣi-jihva mfn. deprived of teeth and eyes and tongue MBh.

⋙ nirdasyu

   ○dasyu mfn. (a place) free from robbers MBh. Hariv. -1

⋙ nirdahana

   ○dahana mfn. (for 2. nir-dah) not burning W.

⋙ nirdākṣiṇya

   ○dākṣiṇya mfn. uncourteous Kād.

⋙ nirdāridrya

   ○dāridrya mfn. free from poverty, wealthy Kathās.

⋙ nirduḥkha

   ○duḥkha mfn. painless, not feeling or causing pain MBh. Kathās. 
   • -tva n. painlessness Bhāshāp.

⋙ nirdurdina

   ○durdina mfn. 'free from bad weather', serene, bright Dhanaṃj.

⋙ nirdeva

   ○deva (nir-), mfn. abandoned by the gods TS. 
   • without gods or idols Subh.

⋙ nirdainya

   ○dainya mfn. free from misery, comfortable, at ease Kathās. Rājat.

⋙ nirdoṣa

   ○doṣa mf(ā)n. faultless, defectless, guiltless, innocent MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • infallible Sarvad. 
   • -kula-sārâvali f. N. of wk 
   • -tā f. faultlessness Sch. 
   • ○ṣī-karaṇa n. rendering innocuous, paralyzing Bhpr. 
   • ○ṣī-kṛta mfn. cleared from guilt MW.

⋙ nirdravya

   ○dravya mfn. immaterial MBh. 
   • without property, poor

⋙ nirdrnma

   ○drnma mfn. treeless 
   • ○mī- √kṛ, to deprive of trees Vcar.

⋙ nirdroha

   ○droha mfn. not hostile or malicious, friendly, Rajat

⋙ nirdvaṃdva

   ○dvaṃdva mfn. indifferent to the alternatives or opposite pairs (of feelings, as pleasure and pain), neither glad nor sorry &c. MBh. Hariv. Pur. 
   • not standing in mutual relation, independent (as brahman) MBh. i, 3315 ; xii, 489= xiv, 314 
   • free from envy or jealousy MBh. Kathās. 
   • not contested, indisputed MBh. 
   • not double W. 
   • not acknowledging two principles ib.

⋙ nirdhana

   ○dhana mfn. without property, poor MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • (an enterprise) undertaken without money Cāṇ. 
   • m. an old bull L. 
   • -tā f. (cf. Mṛicch.), -tva n. (cf. MBh. Pañc.) poverty, indigence 
   • ○nī- √kṛ (cf. Daś.) to make poor 
   • ○nī- √bhū (cf. Kull.) to become poor

⋙ nirdharma

   ○dharma mfn. unrighteous, lawless, impious, Kathss 
   • 'unproper. tied' Kap. (-tva n.) 
   • m. unrighteousness, in ○ma-mūrkhatā f. unrṭunrighteousness and foolishness Kathās. 
   • ○mârtha mfn. unjust and useless MBh.

⋙ nirdhārtarāṣṭra

   ○dhārtarāṣṭra mfn. having no descendants of Dhṛita-rāshṭra, free from them MBh.

⋙ nirdhuma

   ○dhuma mfn. smokeless Mālatīm. 
   • -tva n. DeviibhP

⋙ nirnamaskāra

   ○namaskāra mf(ā)n. offering no homage (e.g. to the gods), not respecting any one, uncourteous MBh. R. &c 
   • unrespected, despised by all Mn. Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ nirnara

   ○nara mfn. abandoned by men, deserted Hariv.

⋙ nirnāṇaka

   ○nāṇaka mfn. coinless, penniless Mṛicch. ii, 6

⋙ nirnātha

   ○nātha mfn. protectorless, without a lord or guardian Kād. 
   • -tā f. MBh.

⋙ nirnābhi

   ○nābhi mfn. (with. out i.e.) not reaching to the navel 
   • -kauścya. n. a silken garment not reaching to the not Kum.

⋙ nirnāyaka

   ○nāyaka mfn. having no leader or ruler, anarchic (as a country) Subh. 
   • -tva n. Nīlak.

⋙ nirnidra

   ○nidra mfn. sleepless 
   • -ta f. Rājat.

⋙ nirnimitta

   ○nimitta mfn. without reason or motive, causeless Nyāyas., Sch, (-tva n. Śaṃk.) 
   • having no egoistic motive, disinterested Kād. 
   • (am), ind. without cause Var. 
   • ○ta-kṛta mfn. produced without a visible cause ib.

⋙ nirnimeṣa

   ○nimeṣa mfn. not twinkling (cakṣus) Śatr. 
   • not closing the eye Naish.

⋙ nirnirodha

   ○nirodha mf(ā)n. unobstructed Rājat.

⋙ nirnīḍa

   ○nīḍa mfn. having no nest BhP.

⋙ nirbandhu

   ○bandhu mfn. without relations or friends MBh.

⋙ nirbarha

   ○barha mfn. (a peacock) without tailfeathers Vās.

⋙ nirbala

   ○bala mfn. powerless, weak Hit.

⋙ nirbāṇa

   ○bāṇa mfn. arrowless L. = 1

⋙ nirbādha

   ○bādha mfn. free from vexation or annoyance Kathās.

⋙ nirbīja

   ○bīja mfn. seedless, impotent (-tva n. Tattvas.) 
   • (ā), f. a _ sort of grape without seeds or stones L.

⋙ nirbuddhi

   ○buddhi mfn. senseless, ignorant, stupid Mṛicch. Pañc.

⋙ nirbusa

   ○busa mfn. free from chaff 
   • ○sī-kṛta mfn. freed from chaff, husked L.

⋙ nirbodha

   ○bodha v. l. for -buddhi, q.v. -1

⋙ nirbhakta

   ○bhakta mfn. (medicine) taken without eating Suśr.

⋙ nirbhaya

   ○bhaya n. fearlessness, security Hcat. 
   • mf(ā)n. fearless, not afraid of (comp.) 
   • free from danger, secure, tranquil (am ind. fearlessly &c.) Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • m. N. of a son of the 13th Manu Hariv. 
   • -bhīma, N. of a play 
   • -rāmabhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nirbhara

   ○bhara mf(ā)n. without weight or measure', excessive, vehement, violent 
   • deep, sound (as sleep), ardent (as an embrace) Kāv. &c 
   • full of, abounding in Kathās. Pur. &c. (also ○rita with instr. Cat.) 
   • (am), ind. excessively, violently, very much, deeply. soundly. Kathās. Hit. 
   • ○ra-nidrā f. sound sleep Hit. 
   • ○raparirambha m. a passionate embrace Gīt. 
   • ○rapraṇayitā f. deep affection Amar. 
   • ○ra-rahaḥ-krīḍa f. excessive amorous sport Bhartṛ. 
   • ○ra-sambhoga m. excessive enjoyment Rājat. =

⋙ nirbhastraka

   ○bhastraka mf(akā or ikā) n. PIṇ. vii, 3, 47 Kāś.

⋙ nirbhāga

   ○bhāga mfn. not consisting of parts 
   • -tva n. Kap.

⋙ nirbhāgya

   ○bhāgya mfn. unfortunate L. -s

⋙ nirbhinna

   ○bhinna mfn. undistinguished, equal, like W. [Page 541, Column 3] 

⋙ nirbhī

   ○bhī mfn. fearless, not afraid

⋙ nirbhīka

   ○bhīka mfn. id. Car.

⋙ nirbhīta

   ○bhīta mfn. id. R. BhP.

⋙ nirbhugna

   ○bhugna mfn. not bent, straight, flat W.

⋙ nirbhuja

   ○bhuja mf(ā)n. N. of a kind of Saṃdhi or Saṃhitā, RPrat 
   • n. = saṃhitā AitĀr.

⋙ nirbhṛti

   ○bhṛti mfn. without wages, hireless L. -1

⋙ nirbheda

   ○bheda mf(ā)n. uninterrupted Hariv.

⋙ nirbhedya

   ○bhedya mfn. having no cleft or fissure Kām. 
   • missing the aim R.

⋙ nirbhoga

   ○bhoga mfn. not devoted to pleasure or enjoyment MBh.

⋙ nirmakṣika

   ○makṣika mfn. free from flies, g. nir-udakâdi 
   • (am), n. or ind. the being free from flies i.e. from troublesome people, complete solitude, ○kaṃ-vartate Pāṇ. 2-1, 6 Kāś. 
   • ○kaṃ kṛtam Śak.

⋙ nirmajja

   ○majja mfn. marrowless, fatless, meagre Hariv.

⋙ nirmaṇḍuka

   ○maṇḍuka mfn. frogless, destitute of frogs MW.

⋙ nirmatsara

   ○matsara mfn. without envy or jealousy, unselfish Rājat. BhP.

⋙ nirmatsya

   ○matsya mfn. fishless 
   • -tā f. Pañc.

⋙ nirmada

   ○mada mfn. unintoxicated, sober, quiet, humble, modest MBh. Rājat. Kathās. 
   • (elephant) not in rut Var.

⋙ nirmadhya

   ○madhyá mfn. having no middle TS. 
   • (ā), f. a partic. fragrant substance (prob. wṛ. for nirmathyā)

⋙ nirmanaska

   ○manaska mfn. mindless, having no Manas 
   • -tā f. Kām.

⋙ nirmanuja

   ○manuja mfn. unpeopled, uninhabited, desolate BhP.

⋙ nirmanuṣya

   ○manuṣya mf(ā)n. id. R. (with mātaṅga m. an elephant without riders MBh.) 
   • -mṛga mfn. (a forest) without men or deer R.

⋙ nirmantu

   ○mantu mfn. faultless, innocent HYog.

⋙ nirmantra

   ○mantra mfn. (a ceremony) unaccompanied by holy texts MBh. 
   • not familiar with holy texts MBh. xii, 1339 (= Mn. ii, 158, where v. l. an-ṛca)

⋙ nirmanyu

   ○manyu mfn. free from anger or resentment MBh. Kathās. 
   • m. N. of a hunter Hariv.

⋙ nirmama

   ○mama mf(ā)n. unselfish, disinterested, (esp.) free from all worldly connections MBh. R. &c 
   • regardless of, indifferent to (loc.) ib. 
   • m. (with Jainas) N. of 15th Arhat of the future Ut-sarpiṇī 
   • N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • -tā f. (Ksv.), 1. -tva n. (cf. Pur.) complete unselfishness or indifference ( nís) 
   • 2. -tva mfn. free from selfishness, indifferent Kull.

⋙ nirmaryāda

   ○maryāda mfn. boundless, immeasurable, innumerable Var. MBh. 
   • unlimited, unrestrained, unruly, wicked, criminal MBh. R. &c 
   • (am), ind. confusedly, topsy-turvy MBh. 
   • n. confusion, disturbance of boundaries or rules ib. 
   • a kind of fight Hariv.

⋙ nirmala

   ○mala mf(ā)n. spotless, unsullied, clean, pure, shining, resplendent, bright Up. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • sinless, virtuous Mn. viii, 318 
   • m. N. of Skanda AV. Pariś 
   • pl. N. of a sect W. 
   • n. talc L. 
   • = nir-mālya n. L. 
   • ○la-gada mfn. having a bright mace MBh. 
   • ○la-tā, f. (cf. Hariv.), ○la-tva n. (cf. Bhag. Var.) stainlessness, cleanness, purity 
   • ○la-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha W. 
   • ○la-prakāśa m. N. of wk 
   • ○la-bhaṭṭ m. N. of an author Cat. 
   • ○lâñjana n. N. of ch. of the Prakaraṇa-pañcikā 
   • ○lâtma-vat mfn. having a pure mind Hcat. 
   • ○lī-karaṇa n. cleansing, purification Pat. 
   • ○lī-kṛta mfn. freed from impurity, cleansed, cleared, Vās 
   • ○lôpala m. crystal L.

⋙ nirmalīmasa

   ○malīmasa mfn. spotless, clean, pure L.

⋙ nirmaśaka

   ○maśaka mfn. free from gnats or mosquitoes, g. nir-udakâdi

⋙ nirmāṃsa

   ○māṃsa mfn. fleshless, emaciated MBh. R. &c

⋙ nirmādhyastha

   ○mādhyastha n. absence of impartiality, interest, sympathy R. (B.)

⋙ nirmāna

   ○māna mfn. without self-confidence, free from pride MBh. Kāv.

⋙ nirmānuṣa

   ○mānuṣa mf(ā)n. unpeopled, desolate Kād. Kathās. 
   • (e), ind. in a solitary place Rājat. 
   • ○ṣī- √kṛ, to depopulate Priy.

⋙ nirmāya

   ○māya (nír-), mfn. powerless, weak TS. -1

⋙ nirmārga

   ○mārga mfn. roadless, pathless Kām.

⋙ nirmālī

   ○mālī f. = ○lyā (next)

⋙ nirmālya

   ○mālya mfn. cast out or left from a garland, useless, unfit Gṛihyās. Vajracch. (-tā f.) 
   • worn the day before Daś. 
   • = nir-mala L. 
   • (ā), f. Trigonella Cornicuīata L. 
   • n. the remains of an offering to a deity, flowers left at a sacrificial ceremony MBh. 
   • the remains i.e. a feeble reflex of (gen.), Balar. i, 40 
   • stainlessness, purity W. 
   • -dāman n. a garland made of flowers left at a sacrifice Ṛitus. iv, 15

⋙ nirmithya

   ○mithya mfn. not false, true HYog.

⋙ nirmuṇḍa

   ○muṇḍa m. 'very bald' (?), a eunuch Bhar.

⋙ nirmūla

   ○mūla mfn. rootless (as a tree) MBh. 
   • baseless, unfounded BhP. 
   • eradicated W. 
   • ○la-tā f. rootlessness, baselessness Prab. 
   • ○lana m. an uprooter, Damayantīk 
   • n. uprooting, extirpating Bhartṛ. 
   • ○laya, Nom, P. ○yati, to up√, eradicate, annihilate Kād.

⋙ nirmuṣaka

   ○muṣaka mfn. free from mice Kathās.

⋙ nirmṛga

   ○mṛga mfn. deerless R.

⋙ nirmegha

   ○megha mf(ā)n. cloudless BhP.

⋙ nirmedha

   ○medha mfn. without understanding, stupid 
   • ○dhâśrama m. N. of a man Cat.

⋙ nirmogha

   ○mogha v. l. for next

⋙ nirmoha

   ○moha mfn. 'free from illusion', N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • of a son of the fifth Manu Hariv. 
   • of one of the Saptarshis under the 13th Manu ib. (cf. nir-moka, below). [Page 542, Column 1] 

⋙ niryatna

   ○yatna mfn. inactive, immovable, lazy Hariv. 
   • -tā f. inactivity ib.

⋙ niryantraṇa

   ○yantraṇa mfn. unrestrained, uncontrolled, self-willed, independent Kāv. Suśr. (also ○trita W.) 
   • (am), ind. without restraint Ṛitus. Rājat. 
   • -pradeśâvasthita mfn. being at a place where no restraint is needed Kull.

⋙ niryaśaska

   ○yaśaska mfn. inglorious MBh.

⋙ niryādava

   ○yādava mfn. freed from the Yādavas Hariv. -1

⋙ niryukti

   ○yukti f. want of union or connection (esp. in gram.) 
   • unfitness, impropriety W. 
   • mfn. unfounded, illogical, wrong Gol. 
   • ○tika mfn. id., ○tika-tva n. L.

⋙ niryūtha

   ○yūtha mfn. separated or strayed from the herd (as an elephant) Hariv.

⋙ niryogakṣema

   ○yoga-kṣema mfn. free from care or anxiety about acquisition or possession, Bh. ii, 45

⋙ nirlakṣaṇa

   ○lakṣaṇa mf(ā)n. having no special marks, undistinguished, insignificant, plain, ill-featured R. Kathās. 
   • unworthy, fit for nothing Kād. 
   • unspotted W.

⋙ nirlakṣya

   ○lakṣya mfn. inobservable, invisible Kathās.

⋙ nirlajja

   ○lajja mf(ā)n. shameless, impudent (-tā f.) MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ nirlavaṇa

   ○lavaṇa mfn. graceless (figure) Subh.

⋙ nirliṅga

   ○liṅga mfn. having no characteristic marks, indefinable (as ātman, brahman) MBh.

⋙ nirlipta

   ○lipta m. 'unsmeared, undefiled', N. of Kṛishṇa, Brahmavp 
   • a sage W.

⋙ nirlepa

   ○lepa mfn. unsmeared, free from fatty substances Mn. v, 112 
   • stainless, sinless L. 
   • not attached to anything L. 
   • (am), ind. completely (so as to leave nothing that clings or sticks) Śaṃk. 
   • m. N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • a sage W.

⋙ nirlobha

   ○lobha mfn. free from desire, unavaricious Rājat. 
   • -tva n. Sinhās

⋙ nirloma

   ○loma mfn. hairless, smooth Kauś.

⋙ nirloha

   ○loha n. myrrh L.

⋙ nirvaṃśa

   ○vaṃśa mfn. having no family standing alone Hit. -i

⋙ nirvacana

   ○vacana mfn. not speaking, silent Śukas. 
   • unobjectionable, blameless MBh. (am), ind. silently Kum. vii, 19

⋙ nirvaṇa

   ○vaṇa m. or n. a country without forests L. 
   • mfn. = -vana 
   • (○ṇe), ind. in the open country Pāṇ. vi, 2, 178 ; viii, 4, 5, Kā3

⋙ nirvatasla

   ○vatasla mf(ā) n. not lovingly clinging to (esp. to children, with loc.), Veṇis. v, 3 ; vi, 17

⋙ nirvatsaśiśupumgava

   ○vatsa-śiśu-pumgava mfn. deprived of calves and young bulls Hariv.

⋙ nirvana

   ○vana mfn. having no wood, being out of a wood or in the open country MBh. v, 863 (cf. -vaṇa)

⋙ nirvara

   ○vara mfn. excellent L.

⋙ nirvaruṇam

   ○varuṇám ind. without falling into Varuṇa's power TS. (cf. a-v○) 
   • -ṇá-tā f. (JBr.) 
   • ○ṇa-tvá n. (TS) deliverance from Varuṇa's pṭpower

⋙ nirvarti

   ○varti mfn. wickless Kād.

⋙ nirvalkala

   ○valkala mfn. barkless Mṛicch. i, 51,

⋙ nirvaśa

   ○vaśa mfn. having no free will, dependent on another 
   • -tā f. Hcar.

⋙ nirvaṣaṭkāramaṅgala

   ○vaṣaṭkāra-maṅgala mfn. destitute of sacrifices and festivities Kathās.

⋙ nirvasu

   ○vasu mfn. without property, poor 
   • -tva n. Rājat.

⋙ nirvastra

   ○vastra mfn. unclothed 
   • ○strī- √kṛ to rob a person of his clothes Subh.

⋙ nirvākya

   ○vākya mf(ā)n. speechless R.

⋙ nirvāc

   ○vāc mfn. id. BhP. -1

⋙ nirvācya

   ○vācya mfn. unobjectionable, blameless 
   • improper to be said W.

⋙ nirvāṇī

   ○vāṇī f. (with Jainas) N. of a deity who executes the commands of the 16th Arhat of the present Ava-sarpiṇī. -1

⋙ nirvāta

   ○vāta mfn. free from wind, sheltered, still Pañc. 
   • m. a calm, a place sheltered from wind 
   • -stha mfn. standing sheltered from the wind MBh. Hariv. -1

⋙ nirvāda

   ○vāda m. absence of dispute or railing W.

⋙ nirvānara

   ○vānara mfn. free from monkeys R.

⋙ nirvāyasa

   ○vāyasa mfn. free from crows Pañc.

⋙ nirvārāṇasi

   ○vārāṇasi mfn. one who has left Vārāṇasl Pāṇ. 6-2, 2. Vārtt. 3 Pat. -1

⋙ nirvāsana

   ○vāsana mfn. without fancy or imagination' Sāh.

⋙ nirvikalpa

   ○vikalpa mfn. (or ○pana L.) not admitting an alternative, free from change or differences, Tejob. Up. Vedântas. 
   • admitting no doubt, not wavering Bhartṛ. (am), ind. without hesitation or reflection Pañc. 
   • -vāda and -vicāra m. N. of wks

⋙ nirvikalpaka

   ○vikalpaka mfn. = -vikalpa BhP. Bhāshāp. Vedântas. 
   • n. knowledg not depending upon or derived from the senses W.

⋙ nirvikāra

   ○vikāra mfn. unchanged, unchangeable, uniform, normal MBh. (also -vat) Kāv. Suśr. 
   • -tā f. MBh.

⋙ nirvikāsa

   ○vikāsa mfn. not opening or expanded, unblown 
   • -tva n. Mallin,

⋙ nirvighaṭṭam

   ○vighaṭṭam ind. without any hindrance from (in comp.) Jātakam.

⋙ nirvighna

   ○vighna mf(ā)n. uninterrupted, unhindered Hariv. Kāv. 
   • (am and ena), ind. unobstructedly, freely Rājat. Sāh.

⋙ nirvicāra

   ○vicāra mf(ā)n. not needing any consideration Yogas. 
   • not reflecting or considering Rājat. 
   • (am), ind. without reflection, inconsiderately R.

⋙ nirvicikitsa

   ○vicikitsa mf(ā)n. without reflecting much (am ind.) Kull. 
   • indubitable Sarvad.

⋙ nirviceṣṭa

   ○viceṣṭa mfn. motionless, insensible MBh. R. -

⋙ nirvitarka

   ○vitarka mfn. unreflecting, inconsiderate Yogas.

⋙ nirvidya

   ○vidya mfn. unlearned, uneducated Kām.

⋙ nirvidhitsa

   ○vidhitsa mfn. not wishing to do, having no designs MBh.

⋙ nirvinoda

   ○vinoda mfn. having no pastime, void of solace or diversion Megh. Vcar. [Page 542, Column 2] 

⋙ nirvindhyā

   ○vindhyā f. 'being outside or coming from the Vindhya', N. of a river Var. Kālid. &c

⋙ nirvibandha

   ○vibandha mfn. offering no obstacles, quite fit for (gen.) Bālar. vii, 43/44 
   • inoffensive, harmless ib. ix, 53

⋙ nirvimarśa

   ○vimarśa mfn. (also written ○ṣa) unreflecting, inconsiderate Kathās. 
   • not having the Saṃdhi called Vimarśa Sāh.

⋙ nirvirodha

   ○virodha mf(ā)n. not being opposed to (comp.), Jātakā

⋙ nirvivara

   ○vivara mfn. having no opening or rent, close, contiguous, Kathss 
   • -tā f. close, contiguousness (as of female breasts) 
   • agreement, understanding Śiś. ix, 44

⋙ nirvivāda

   ○vivāda mfn. having no context, agreeing MBh. 
   • incontestable Sāh. 
   • ○dī-√kṛ, to cause to agree, conciliate L.

⋙ nirviveka

   ○viveka mfn. undiscriminating, inconsiderate, foolish, Suhh 
   • -tā f. (cf. Pañcad.), -tva n. (cf. Kathās.) want of judgment, indiscretion

⋙ nirviśaṅka

   ○viśaṅka mf(ā)n. fearless, confident Mn. MBh. &c 
   • (am and ena), ind. without fear or hesitation Suśr. R. 
   • -"ṣkita mfn. = ○ka 
   • (am), ind. Hariv.

⋙ nirviśeṣa

   ○viśeṣa mf(ā)n. showing or making no difference, undiscriminating, without distinction MBh. R. &c 
   • not different from, same, like (comp.) Kālid. 
   • (with viśeṣa m. not the least difference Bhartṛ. iii, 54) 
   • unqualified, absolute Sarvad. 
   • (am and eṇa), ind. equally, alike, the same as (comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • n. absence of difference, indiscriminateness, likeness MBh. vi, 5519 
   • ○ṣaṇa mfn. having no attributes BhP. 
   • ○ṣa-tā f. (cf. Bhām.), ○ṣa-tva n. (cf. MBh.) = ○ṣa, n 
   • ○ṣa-vat mfn. not different, indiscriminate, xii, 7516 
   • ○ṣâkṛti mfn. whose forms are precisely alike MW.

⋙ nirviṣa

   ○viṣa mf(ā)n. non-venomous (as a snake) MBh. R. &c 
   • ○ṣī- √kṛ to deliver from poison Bālar. Vet. 
   • (a and i), f. Kyllingia Monocephala L.

⋙ nirviṣaṅga

   ○viṣaṅga mfn. not attached to anything, indifferent BhP.

⋙ nirvisnaya

   ○visnaya mfn. having no dwelling-place or expelled from it (also ○yī-kṛta), banished from (comp.) Kāv. 
   • supportless, hanging in the air Hariv. 3645 
   • having no object or sphere of action Sāh. (-tva n. Saṃk.) 
   • not attached to sensual objects Kap. BhP. 
   • ○yâparāga mfn. unharmed by objects of sense MW.

⋙ nirviṣāṇa

   ○viṣāṇa mfn. having no tusks (as an elephant) MBh.

⋙ nirvisarga

   ○visarga mfn. without Visarga Mṛicch. Sch.

⋙ nirvihaṃga

   ○vihaṃga mfn. (wood) birdless Hariv.

⋙ nirvihāra

   ○vihāra mfn. having no pleasure ib.

⋙ nirvīja

   ○vīja -bīja

⋙ nirvīra

   ○vīra (nír-), mfn. deprived of men or heroes TS. (○rá-tā f. MaitrS.) 
   • unheroic, cowardly W. 
   • (ā), f. a woman whose husband and sons are dead L. 
   • N. of a river MBh. 
   • n. N. of a place of pilgrimage ib.

⋙ nirvīrudh

   ○vīrudh mfn. deprived of plants BhP.

⋙ nirvīrya

   ○vīrya (nír.), mfn. powerless, unmanly, impotent 
   • m. a weakling TBr. ŚBr. MBh. &c 
   • -tā f. unmanliess, powerlessness, impotence, exhaustion Āpast. BhP.

⋙ nirvṛkṣa

   ○vṛkṣa mfn. destitute of trees MBh. 
   • -toya mfn. treeless and waterless Kathās. 
   • mṛga-pakṣin mfn. without trees or deer or birds MBh. -1

⋙ nirvṛtti

   ○vṛtti mfn. having no occupation, destitute W.

⋙ nirvṛṣa

   ○vṛṣa mfn. having no bulls Hariv.

⋙ nirvega

   ○vega mfn. without violent motion, quiet, calm R. Suśr.

⋙ nirvetana

   ○vetana mfn. unsalaried Rājat. -1

⋙ nirveda

   ○veda mfn. not having the Vedas, infidel, unscriptural W.

⋙ nirvepana

   ○vepana mfn. not trembling or flickering Var.

⋙ nirvaira

   ○vaíra n. absence of enmity, Bh. (also ○riṇa Tarkas.) 
   • mfn. free from enmity, peaceable, amicable Var. MBh. &c 
   • (am), ind. peaceably, without enmity R. 
   • m. N. of a hunter Hariv. 
   • -tā f. concord MBh. Hariv.

⋙ nirvailakṣya

   ○vailakṣya mfn. shameless L.

⋙ nirvyagra

   ○vyagra mfn. unconfused, calm BhP.

⋙ nirvyañjana

   ○vyañjana mfn. without condiment MBh. Hariv. 
   • (e), ind. in a plain manner, directly Pañc.

⋙ nirvyatha

   ○vyatha nifn, free from pain, quiet, calm MBh. Rājat.

⋙ nirvyathana

   ○vyathana mfn. id. Naish. 
   • n. a hole, cavern (as undisturbed) ib.

⋙ nirvyapatrapa

   ○vyapatrapa mfn. shameless Jātakam.

⋙ nirvyapekṣa

   ○vyapêkṣa mf(ā)n. disregarding, indifferent to (loc. or comp.) Kāv. Rājat.

⋙ nirvyalīka

   ○vyalīka mfn. not causing pain, (either = ) not offending, harmless (as a word) BhP. 
   • (or =) easy, hearty, willingly done (as a gift) MBh. 
   • not feeling pain or uneasiness, willing, ready, sincere, undissembling MBh. R. &c 
   • ○kena cetasā or hṛdā, with a willing or easy heart or mind MBh. 
   • (○kam or ○ka-tas), ind. sincerely, willingly BhP.

⋙ nirvyavadhāna

   ○vyavadhāna mfn. (ground) uncovered, bare Hcar.

⋙ nirvyavastha

   ○vyavastha mfn. not staying in a certain place, moving hither and thither Daś.

⋙ nirvyasana

   ○vyasana mfn. free from bad inclinations Kathās.

⋙ nirvyākula

   ○vyākula mfn. not troubled or excited, calm 
   • tā f. calmness, tranquillity, Pañc,

⋙ nirvyāghra

   ○vyāghra mfn. not haunted or infested by tigers MBh. [Page 542, Column 3] 

⋙ nirvyāja

   ○vyāja mfn. free from deceit or ambiguity, undisputed 
   • exact, honest, sincere, pure MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • (am), ind. exactly, plainly, honestly ib. 
   • -tā f. honesty, plainness, candour Bhartṛ. 
   • ○jī-kṛta mfn. made plain, freed from deceit or illusion, Śātiś

⋙ nirvyādhi

   ○vyādhi mfn. free from sickness, healthy, strong MBh. Car.

⋙ nirvyāpāra

   ○vyāpāra mfn. free from occupation', not busy, at leisure, passive Kāv. &c 
   • -tva n. (cf. Śaṃk.) = -sthiti f. (cf. L.) want of occupation, leisure

⋙ nirvyāvṛtti

   ○vyāvṛtti mfn. (emancipation) not involving any return (to worldly existence) Sarvad.

⋙ nirvraṇa

   ○vraṇa mfn. unwounded, unhurt MBh. BhP. 
   • undamaged, without notches or rents Mn. MBh. AgP.

⋙ nirvrata

   ○vrata mfn. neglecting religious observances or vows MBh.

⋙ nirvrīḍa

   ○vrīḍa mfn. shameless, impudent Kathās.

⋙ nirhasta

   ○hasta (nír-), mfn. handless AV. (cf. nair-h○),

⋙ nirhima

   ○hima n. (or am ind.) cessation of winter Pāṇ. 2-1, 6 Kāś.

⋙ nirheti

   ○heti mfn. weaponless, unarmed Yājñ.

⋙ nirhetu

   ○hetu mfn. causeless, reasonless MBh. 
   • -tā f. -tva n. want of a cause or reason Sāh.

⋙ nirhrī

   ○hrī or mfn. shameless, impudent, bold, daring MBh.

⋙ nirhrīka

   ○hrīka mfn. shameless, impudent, bold, daring MBh.

⋙ nirhlāda

   ○hlāda mfn. joyless, uncomfortable, uneasy Mālav. i, 17/18

≫ niś 1

   niś for nis (q.v.) before c, ch

⋙ niścakrika

   ○cakrika mfn. without tricks or deceit, honest Subh.

⋙ niścakṣus

   ○cakṣus mfn. eyeless, blind MBh.

⋙ niścatvāriṃśa

   ○catvāriṃśa mfn. pl. more than forty Vop.

⋙ niścala

   ○cala mf(ā)n. motionless, immovable, fixed, steady, invariable, unchangeable MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • (ā), f. the earth L. 
   • Desmodiuni Gangeticum L. 
   • ○la-kara and, ○la-dāsa-svāmin m. N. of authors 
   • ○lâṅga m. 'firm-limbed, firm, Ardea Nivea L. 
   • a rock, mountain L.

⋙ niścāmara

   ○cāmara mfn. without a chowrie Hcar.

⋙ niścitta

   ○citta m. N. of a Samādhi L.

⋙ niścinta

   ○cinta mfn. not thinking, thoughtless, careless, unconcerned MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ niścetana

   ○cetana mfn. unconscious, unreasonable Hariv. R. &c 
   • -tā f. Kād.

⋙ niścetas

   ○cetas mfn. out of one's senses MBh. R.

⋙ niśceṣṭa

   ○ceṣṭa mfn. incapable of motion, motionless, powerless, helpless MBh. Kāv. Suśr. &c 
   • (am), ind. without motion MBh. 
   • (ā), f. motionless 
   • ○ṭā-karaṇa mfn. causing it (N. of one of the arrows of the god of love) L. 
   • ○ṭī- √bhū, become motionless Kathās.

⋙ niścaura

   ○caura mfn. free from robbers or thieves Rājat.

⋙ niścyavana

   ○cyavana m. 'unperishing (?)', a partic. form of fire MBh. 
   • N. of one of the Saptarshis in the 2nd Manv-antara Hariv.

⋙ niśchandas

   ○chandas mfn. not studying Vedic texts Mn. iii, 7

⋙ niśchāya

   ○chāya mfn. shadeless, Deśin

⋙ niśchidra

   ○chidra mfn. having no rents or holes, without weak points or defects, unhurt, uninterrupted Var. Kāv. Pur.

⋙ niścheda

   ○cheda mfn. indivisible, reduced by the common divisor to the least term Col.

≫ niṣ

   niṣ for nis (q.v.) before k, kh ; p, ph

⋙ niṣkaṇṭaka

   ○kaṇṭaka mfn. free from thorns or enemies, unhurt, untroubled, secure MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • m. N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • (ikā), f. N. of 2 Comms,

⋙ niṣkaṇṭha

   ○kaṇṭha m. Crataeva Roxburghī L.

⋙ niṣkaniṣṭha

   ○kaniṣṭha or mfn. (a fist) with the little finger stretched out L.

⋙ niṣkaniṣṭhika

   ○kaniṣḍṭhika mfn. (a fist) with the little finger stretched out L.

⋙ niṣkanda

   ○kanda mfn. without edible roots Śāntiś.

⋙ niṣkapaṭa

   ○kapaṭa mfn. guileless, free from deceit or fraud MW.

⋙ niṣkampa

   ○kampa mfn. not shaking or tremulous, motionless, immovable Kāv. Kathās. 
   • -tā f. Ragh.

⋙ niṣkara

   ○kara mfn. free from taxes Vas.

⋙ niṣkaruṇa

   ○karuṇa mf(ā)n. pitiless, unmerciful, cruel (-tā f.) Hariv. Kāv. &c 
   • ○ṇī- √kṛ, to make pitiless or cruel Kathās.

⋙ niṣkarūṣa

   ○karūṣa mfn. free from dirt R.

⋙ niṣkarṇa

   ○karṇa mf(ā)n. not curved (gadā) MBh. (cf. Nīl. ; perhaps 'without an ear or handle')

⋙ niṣkarman

   ○karman mfn. inactive Kull. 
   • exempt from or neglecting religious or worldly acts W.

⋙ niṣkala

   ○kala mfn. without parts, undivided Up. MBh. &c 
   • waned, diminished, decayed, infirm MBh. Daś. 
   • seedless, impotent L. 
   • m. an old man W. 
   • N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • a receptacle L. 
   • pudendum muliebre L. 
   • (ā or ī 
   • g. gaurâdi), f. a woman past childbearing or menstruation L. 
   • -tva n. indivisibility, the state of the absolute Brahma MBh.

⋙ niṣkalaṅka

   ○kalaṅka mfn. stainless, immaculate Rājat. 
   • m. N. of Śiva Śivag. 
   • -tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Cat.

⋙ niṣkali

   ○kali m. a spell for weapons R. (B.)

⋙ niṣkāmaṣa

   ○kāmaṣa mf(ā)n. stainless, sinless, pure MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • ○ṣī √bhū, to become stainless &c. Yājñ.

⋙ niṣkaṣāya

   ○kaṣāya mfn. free from dirt or impure passions MBh. 
   • m. N. of 13th Arhat of future Ut-sarpiṇī L.

⋙ niṣkāṅkṣa

   ○kāṅkṣa mfn. free from doubts L.

⋙ niṣkānta

   ○kānta mfn. not lovely, ugly Kathās.

⋙ niṣkāma

   ○kāma (níṣ-), mfn. desireless, disinterested, unselfish ŚBr. Mn. &c 
   • -cārin mfn. acting without interest or selfishness MārkP.

⋙ niṣkāmuka

   ○kāmuka mf(ā)n. free from worldly desires Kād. [Page 543, Column 1] 

⋙ niṣkāraṇa

   ○kāraṇa mf(ā)n. causeless, unnecessary MBh. BhP. 
   • disinterested (as a friend) Hit. 
   • groundless, not proceeding from any cause Kathās. Pur. &c 
   • (am and āt), ind. causelessly, without a reason or any special motive MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ niṣkārya

   ○kārya mfn. to no purpose, worthless, vain, Kav

⋙ niṣkālaka

   ○kālaka m. (g. nirudakâdi) one who has shaven his hair Vas. 
   • an ascetic shaven and smeared with ghee or clarified butter L. (cf. next)

⋙ niṣkālika

   ○kālika mfn. one who has no more time to live, whose term of life is elapsed MBh. viii, 3628 (g. ni, -nirudakâdi)

⋙ niṣkiṃcana

   ○kiṃcana mf(ā)n. having nothing, poor Rājat. BhP. 
   • tva n. poverty MBh.

⋙ niṣkilbiṣa

   ○kilbiṣa mfn. free from sin Kathās.

⋙ niṣkutūhala

   ○kutūhala mfn. having no curiosity, incurious L.

⋙ niṣkula

   ○kula mf(ā)n. without family, having no kindred Mn. viii, 28 (○taṃ √kṛ, to make family-less, exterminate R.) 
   • shelled, husked Car. 
   • -tā f. dying out, perishing, Pañc, 
   • -tvoc mfn. stripped off, husked Bhpr. 
   • ○lā- or ○lī- √kṛ, to shell, strip off, husk Daś. Var. &c 
   • ○lina mfn. of low family, plebeian Kāv.

⋙ niṣkūja

   ○kūja mfn. noiseless, still MBh. R.

⋙ niṣkuṭa

   ○kuṭa mfn. free from deceit, guileless R.

⋙ niṣkṛpa

   ○kṛpa mfn. pitiless, cruel, Prasann

⋙ niṣkevala

   ○kevala mf(ā)n. belonging exclusively MBh. 
   • ○lya (nīṣ-), mfn. id. VS. Br. 
   • (with or scil. śastra and uktha), n. N. of a partic. recitation connected with the midday oblation and belonging to Indra exclusively ib.,

⋙ niṣkaitava

   ○kaitava mfn. undeceitful, honest Kathās.

⋙ niṣkaivalya

   ○kaivalya mfn. mere, pure, absolute MBh. 
   • (a fight) singular in its kind ib. (cf. Nīlak.)

⋙ niṣkośa

   ○kośa mfn. unsheathed Mcar.

⋙ niṣkaurava

   ○kaurava mf(ā MBh., ī Bhp.)n. deprived of or freed from the Kauravas

⋙ niṣkauśāmbi

   ○kauśāmbi mfn. one who has left Kauśāmbi Pāṇ. 6-2, 2 Vārtt. 3 Pat,.

⋙ niṣkriya

   ○kriya mfn. = -karnan Up. MBh. &c 
   • n. 'the actionless One', the Supreme Spirit W. 
   • -tā f. inactivity, neglect of (comp.) MBh. 
   • ○yâtman mfn. lazy, inactive 
   • ○tma-tā f. inactivity, non-performance of religious acs or prescribed duties Mn. MBh.

⋙ niṣkrodha

   ○krodha mfn. free from wrath, not angry with (gen.) Śak.

⋙ niṣkleśa

   ○kleśa mfn. free from pain or moral faults MWB. 124, 133 
   • -leśa mfn. not suffering the least pain, quite happy Bhartṛ.

⋙ niṣpakva

   ○pakva (nīṣ-), m(ā)n. well cooked or boiled TS. ŚBr. 
   • well ripened L.

⋙ niṣpaṅka

   ○paṅka mf(ā) ī. free from mud, clear, pure MBh. R.

⋙ niṣpatāka

   ○patāka mfn. having no flag or banner 
   • -dhvaja m. a flag-staff without a banner MW.

⋙ niṣpatisutā

   ○pati-sutā f. having no husband and no sons L.

⋙ niṣpattra

   ○pattra mfn. leafless MBh. R. 
   • unfeathered, featherless (cf. ○trā √kṛ and a-niṣpattram) 
   • m. or n. the clove tree L. 
   • ○traka mfn. leafless 
   • (ikā), f. Capparis Aphylla L. 
   • ○traya Nom. P. ○yati, to deprive of leaves MBh. 
   • ○trā- √kṛ, to pierce with an arrow so that the feathers come through on the other side (opp. to sa-pattrā- √kṛ), Dat 
   • to cause excessive pain, wound severely (fig.), Bhāni 
   • ○trākṛti f. causing excessive bodily pain L.

⋙ niṣpathya

   ○pathya mfn. unwell, ill Rājat.

⋙ niṣpad

   ○pad mf(ī)n. footless, g. kumbhapady-ādi

⋙ niṣpada

   ○pada mfn. id 
   • (with, yāna), n. a vehicle moving without feet (as a ship &c.) L. -1

⋙ niṣpanda

   ○panda (fr. [nis+sp○] 
   • cf' Vām. v, 2, 89), mf(ā)n. motionless, immovable MBh. R. &c. (also wṛ. for niṣyanda) 
   • ○da-tarī- √bhū, to become more or quite motionless Naish. 
   • ○di- √kṛ, to keep quiet, not move Mṛicch.

⋙ niṣpayoda

   ○payoda mfn. cloudless R.

⋙ niṣparākrama

   ○parākrama mfn. powerless, weak Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ niṣparāmarśa

   ○parāmarśa mfn. incapable of thinking, without advice, helpless Mālav. iv, 2/3

⋙ niṣparikara

   ○parikara mfn. without preparations or provisions Kathās.

⋙ niṣparigraha

   ○parigraha mfn. having no property MBh. Hariv. &c 
   • m. an ascetic without family or dependants W.

⋙ niṣparicaya

   ○paricaya mfn. not bccoming familiar Kād.

⋙ niṣparicchada

   ○paricchada mfn. having no retinue or court Kull.

⋙ niṣparidāha

   ○paridāha mfn. incombustible L.

⋙ niṣparihārya

   ○parihārya mfn. not to be omitted, by all means to be applied Car.

⋙ niṣparīkṣa

   ○parī7kṣa mfn. not examining or testing accurately MBh.

⋙ niṣparīhāra

   ○parīhāra mfn. not avoiding, not observing caution 
   • (am), ind. not so as to avoid Suśr.

⋙ niṣparuṣa

   ○paruṣa mfn. (music) not harsh, soft Divyâv.

⋙ niṣparyanta

   ○paryanta mfn. boundless, unlimited Rājat.

⋙ niṣparyāya

   ○paryāya○ out of order Bālar.

⋙ niṣpalāva

   ○palāva mf(ā)n. free from chaff (fig.) Buddh.

⋙ niṣpāṇḍava

   ○pāṇḍava mf(ā)n. freed from the Pāṇḍavas Veṇis.

⋙ niṣpāpa

   ○pāpa mf(ā)n. sinless, guiltless Rājat.

⋙ niṣpāra

   ○pāra mfn. boundless, unbounded R.

⋙ niṣpālaka

   ○pālaka mfn. without guardian, unprotected Rājat.

⋙ niṣpitṛka

   ○pitṛka mfn. fatherless Campak.

⋙ niṣputra

   ○putra mfn. sonless, childless Hit. 
   • jīvana n. life without a son ib. 
   • ○trī- √kṛ, to deprive of sons Bhām.

⋙ niṣpudgala

   ○pudgala mfn. without soul or personality 
   • -tva n. Vajracch. [Page 543, Column 2] 

⋙ niṣpurāṇa

   ○purāṇa mfn. not existing before, unheard of, new Hariv.

⋙ niṣpurīṣa

   ○purīṣa mfn. free from excrement ĀśvŚr. Bhpr. 
   • ○ṣī-bhāva m. discharge of excrement Gaut.

⋙ niṣpuruṣa

   ○puruṣa mfn. deprived of men, desolate MBh. 
   • one who has not produced male children Mn. iii, 7 
   • not male, feminine or neuter W. 
   • m. a weakling or coward W.

⋙ niṣpulāka

   ○pulāka mfn. free from chaff or useless grain (○kikṛta freed from chaff by winnowing Kull.) 
   • m. N. of the 14th Arhat of future Ut-sarpiṇī L.

⋙ niṣpūtigandhika

   ○pūtigandhika mfn. not stinking, fragrant Divyāv.

⋙ niṣpoṣa

   ○poṣa mfn. not being nourished Vajracch.

⋙ niṣpauruṣa

   ○pauruṣa mfn. devoid of manhood, unmanly Prab. ii, 18 (printed niḥ-p○) 
   • ○ṣâmarṣa mfn. devoid of manhood and wrath Kathās.

⋙ niṣprakampa

   ○prakampa mf(ā)n. immovable MBh. 
   • m. N. of one of the Saptarshis in the 13th Manv-antara Hariv.

⋙ niṣprakāraka

   ○prakāraka mfn. without distinction or specification Tarkas.

⋙ niṣprakāśa

   ○prakāśa mfn. not transparent, lightless, dark MBh.

⋙ niṣprakrama

   ○prakrama mfn. unruly, rash L.

⋙ niṣpragala

   ○pragala mfn. not dripping, dry L.

⋙ niṣpracāra

   ○pracāra mfn. not moving, remaining in one place, fixed or concentrated (as mind) MBh.

⋙ niṣprajña

   ○prajña mfn. ignorant, stupid Kathās.

⋙ niṣpraṇaya

   ○praṇaya mfn. without affection, cold Uttarar. 
   • -tā f. -tva n. want of confidence or affection, coldness, reserve Jātakam.

⋙ niṣpratāpa

   ○pratāpa mf(ā)n. void of dignity, mean, base Mṛicch. Pañc.

⋙ niṣpratikriya

   ○pratikriya mfn. incurable, irremediable Daś. 
   • -ta f. Kād.

⋙ niṣpratigraha

   ○pratigraha mfn. not accepting gifts 
   • -tā f. Kām

⋙ niṣpratigha

   ○pratigha mfn. unhindered, unimpeded Ragh.

⋙ niṣpratidvaṃdva

   ○pratidvaṃdva mfn. having no adversary or match, unopposed, unequalled MBh.

⋙ niṣpratipakṣa

   ○pratipakṣa mfn. without an adversary or opponent 
   • -ta f. Kull.

⋙ niṣpratibandha

   ○pratibandha mfn. unimpeded, unopposed Sarvad.

⋙ niṣpratibha

   ○pratibha mf(ā)n. devoid of splendour Hariv. 
   • stupid, dull L. 
   • ○bhaṃ √kṛ, to reduce to silence Jātakam.

⋙ niṣpratibhāna

   ○pratibhāna mfn. not bold, cowardly L.

⋙ niṣpratīkāra

   ○pratīkāra mfn. = -pratikriya, unobstructed, uninterrupted 
   • (am), ind. MBh.

⋙ niṣpratīpa

   ○pratīpa mfn. unopposed, unhindered, unconcerned ib.

⋙ niṣpratyāśa

   ○pratyāśa mfn. hopeless, despondent of (loc. or comp.) Kād. 
   • ○śī-√bhū to give up all hope in (prati), Ratnáv

⋙ niṣpratyūha

   ○pratyūha mfn. unimpeded, irremediable, Mālatim 
   • (am), ind. Rājat.

⋙ niṣpradeśa

   ○pradeśa mfn. having no certain place Śaṃk.

⋙ niṣpradhāna

   ○pradhāna mf(ā)n. deprived of a chief or leaders R.

⋙ niṣprapañca

   ○prapañca mfn. subject to no expansion or manifoldness BhP. 
   • pure, honest L. 
   • -sad-ātman mfn. being of real essence without expansion (○tma-tva n.) Śaṃk. 
   • ○câtman m. N. of Śiva Śivag.

⋙ niṣprabha

   ○prabha mf(ā)n. deprived of light or radiance, lustreless, gloomy, dark (-tā f. R. 
   • -tva n. Suśr.) 
   • m. N. of a Dānava Hariv.

⋙ niṣprabhāva

   ○prabhāva mfn. powerless 
   • -tva n. Kathās.

⋙ niṣpramāṇaka

   ○pramāṇaka mfn. without authority Kull.

⋙ niṣpramāda

   ○pramāda mfn. not negligent or careless Hcat.

⋙ niṣprayatna

   ○prayatna mfn. abstaining from exertion, inactive Hariv.

⋙ niṣprayojana

   ○prayojana mfn. having no motive, impartial, indifferent MBh. Kād. 
   • harmless Yājñ. Sch. 
   • groundless, needless, unnecessary (am, ind. ;-tā, f. ;-tva n.) Hariv. Daś. Hit. &c

⋙ niṣpravaṇi

   ○pravaṇi and = next

⋙ niṣpravāṇa

   ○pravāṇa (cf. L.) = next

⋙ niṣpravāṇi

   ○pravāṇi mfn. fresh from the loom, quite new (cloth &c.) Daś. Pāṇ. 5-4, 160

⋙ niṣprāna

   ○prâna mfn. breathless, lifeless, quite exhausted MBh. Hariv. 
   • -tā f. Sāh.

⋙ niṣprīti

   ○prīti mfn. not taking delight in, not pleased with (loc.) Gaut. MBh.

⋙ niṣprītika

   ○prītika mfn. not connected with joy or delight Lalit.

⋙ niṣphala

   ○phala mf(ā)n. bearing no fruit, fruitless, barren, resultless, successless, useless, vain Mn. MBh. Var. Kāv. &c 
   • seedless, impotent W. 
   • (ā), f. a woman past childbearing or menstruation (also ī, v. l. niṣ-kalā) L. 
   • a species of Momordica L. 
   • -tva n. unfruitfulness, uselessness Mṛicch. iv, 9 
   • ○laya Nom. P. ○yati, to render fruitless Kull. 
   • ○lī √kṛ, to make fruitless, neglect Mṛicch. 
   • vḷ. for niṣ-kulī- √kṛ VarBṛS. Iv, 29

⋙ niṣphena

   ○phena mfn. foamless, frothless Suśr. 
   • n. opium L. (cf. a-ph○)

≫ nis

   nís ind. out, forth, away &c. (rarely used as an independent word [e.g. AV. vi, 18, 3 ; vii, 115, 3 ; xvi, 2, 1], but mostly as a prefix to verbs and their derivatives [cf. niḥ- √kṣi &c. below], or to nouns not immediately connected with verbs, in which case it has the sense, out of', away from' [cf. nirvana, niṣ-kauśāmbi &c.] or that of a privative or negative adverb= 3. a, without', destitute of', 'free from', un-' [cf. nir-artha, nir-mala &c.], or that of a strengthening particle 'thoroughly', entirely', 'very' [cf. nih-śūnya, niṣ-kevala, nir-muṇḍa] 
   • it is liable to be changed to niḥ, niś, niṣ, and niṣ and nī 
   • above. and below). [Page 543, Column 3] 

⋙ nistattva

   ○tattva mfn. not comprehended in the 24 Tattvas or principles MBh.

⋙ nistantu

   ○tantu mfn. having no offspring, childless ib.

⋙ nistantra

   ○tantra wṛ. for

⋙ nistandra

   ○tandra mfn. not lazy, fresh, healthy 
   • -tā f. Sāh.

⋙ nistandri

   ○tandri and mfn. id. R.

⋙ nistandrī

   ○tandrī (nom. īs), mfn. id. R.

⋙ nistamaska

   ○tamaska mfn. free from darkness, not gloomy, light Śak.

⋙ nistamisra

   ○tamisra mfn. id., Prasann

⋙ nistambha

   ○tambha mfn. = niḥ-st○

⋙ nistaraṃga

   ○taraṃga mf(ā)n. motionless, still Naish.

⋙ nistarīka

   ○tarīka and g. nirudakâdi'

⋙ nistarīpa

   ○tarīpa g. nirudakâdi'

⋙ nistarkya

   ○tarkya mfn. unimaginable, inconceivable MBh.

⋙ nistala

   ○tala mfn. not flat, round, globular Kum. 
   • trembling, moving L. 
   • down, below W.

⋙ nistāntava

   ○tāntava mfn. not wearing a woven garment SāmavBr.

⋙ nistimira

   ○timira mf(ā)n. = -tamaska MBh. Hariv.

⋙ nistula

   ○tula mfn. matchless, incomparable Dharmaśarm. 
   • v. l. for -tala R. (B.)

⋙ nistuṣa

   ○tuṣa mf(ā)n. freed from chaff or husk KātyŚr. Suśr. 
   • (fig.) purified, cleansed 
   • simplified Rājat. Siṃhâs. 
   • -kṣīra or ○rin, ni. wheat L. 
   • -tva n. = nir-doṣatva n. Śrikaṇṭh 
   • -ratna n. crystal L. 
   • ○ṣita mfn. (cf. L.) freed from husk 
   • simplified 
   • abandoned 
   • ○ṣī- √kṛ, to free from husk i.e. lessen, diminish Viddh.

⋙ nistṛṇakaṇṭaka

   ○tṛṇa-kaṇṭaka mfn. cleared or freed from grass and thorns R.

⋙ nistṛṣ

   ○tṛṣ mfn. desireless, satisfied Kād.

⋙ nistṛṣṇa

   ○tṛṣṇa mfn. free from desire, Divyâ-v

⋙ nistejas

   ○tejas mfn. destitute of fire or energy, impotent, spiritless, dull MBh. Kāv., &c,

⋙ nistoya

   ○toya mf(ā)n. waterless R. Kathās. &c 
   • -tṛṇapādapa mf(ā)n. without water or grass or trees Kathās.

⋙ nistraṃśa

   ○traṃśa mfn. fearless W. (prob. wṛ. for nís-triṃśa)

⋙ nistrapa

   ○trapa mfn. shameless MBh.

⋙ nistriṃśa

   ○triṃśa mfn. more than thirty (pl.) L. 
   • merciless, cruel Kāv. Pañc. 
   • m. a sword MBh. Kathās. Suśr. &c 
   • a sacrificial knife W. 
   • a partic. stage in the retrograde motion of the planet Mars, Var, (= ○śamusala ib.) 
   • -karkaśa mfn. cruel and hard Kāv. 
   • -tva n. cruelty Rājat. 
   • -dharmin mfn. resembling a sword Rājat. 
   • -dhārin m. a sword-bearer MatsyaP. 
   • -pattraka m. (cf. Car.) 
   • ○trikā f. (cf. L.) Euphorbia (Antiquorum or Tortilis) 
   • -bhṛt m. = -dhārin MW. 
   • ○śin mfn. bearing a sword ĀśvŚr.

⋙ nistruṭī

   ○truṭī f. cardamoms L.

⋙ nistraiguṇya

   ○traiguṇya mfn. destitute of the three Guṇas (sattva, rajas, tamas 
   • gnṇa) Bhag. ii, 45

⋙ nistvakpakṣa

   ○tvak-pakṣa mfn. deprived of skin and fins R. (B.)

≫ nī 1

   nī for nis (q.v.) before r

⋙ nīrakta

   ○rakta mfn. colourless, faded L.

⋙ nīraṅgikā

   ○raṅgikā (Deśin.) or (cf. HPariś.), f. a veil, -1

⋙ nīraṅgī

   ○raḍṅgī (cf. HPariś.), f. a veil, -1

⋙ nīraja

   ○raja mfn. free from dust MBh. 
   • free from passion Kāv. 
   • pur. &c 
   • m. (with viraja) N. of Śiva MBh. 
   • ○jas mfn. = prec. mfn. R. 
   • having no pollen L. 
   • f. a woman not menstruating W. 
   • ○jaska mf(ā)n. = -raja mfn. MBh. R. &c 
   • ○jas-tama (cf. R.) or ○maska (cf. L.), mfn. free from passion and darkness 
   • ○jas-tamasā f. absence of passion and darkness Yājñ. 
   • ○jasva mfn. free from dust W. 
   • jī- √kṛ, to make free from dust (-kārita mfn. fr. Caus.) Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ nīrata

   ○rata mfn. not delighting in, indifferent (= virata) L. -1

⋙ nīrada

   ○rada mfn. toothless Kāv.

⋙ nīrandhra

   ○randhra mf(ā)n. having no holes or openings, imperforate, close, thick, dense, uninterrupted Kum. Uttarar. Sāh. 
   • firmly closed, Balar. iii, 36 
   • -tva n. closeness, close connection Śiś. Sch. 
   • ○dhrita mfn. thickly set with, abounding in (comp.) Prasannar. 
   • uninterrupted Naish.

⋙ nīrava

   ○rava○ mf(ā)n. soundless Ragh.

⋙ nīraśana

   ○raśana a-nī-r○,

⋙ nīrasa

   ○rasa mf(ā)n. without juice, sapless, dried up, withered (-tva n.) Hariv. Kāv. &c 
   • flavourless, tasteless Bhartṛ. iii, 16 
   • insipid, without charm, dull (-tā f.) Kāv. Pañc. Sāh. &c 
   • m. the pomegranate W.

⋙ nīrāga

   ○rāga mfn. colourless Kathās. 
   • free from passion Bhartṛ.

⋙ nīruc

   ○ruc mfn. lustreless, dini Śiś. xi, 27 (according to Pāṇ. 6-3, 116 fr. [ni+ruc])

⋙ nīruj

   ○ruj mfn. free from sickness, well, in health Hit. Suśr.

⋙ nīruja

   ○ruja mf(ā)n. id. MBh. R. &c 
   • n. a species of Costus L.

⋙ nīrūpa

   ○rūpa mfn. shapeless 
   • m. air, wind L. 
   • a god L. 
   • n. heaven, ether L. -r

⋙ nīreṇuka

   ○reṇuka mf(ā)n. free from dust, Prasann. -2

⋙ nīreṇuka

   ○reṇuka mfn. without Reṇukā ib.

⋙ nīroga

   ○roga mfn. free from sickness, healthy, well Suśr. Pañc. (-tā f.) 
   • -durbhikṣa 
   • mfn. not visited by disease or famine Kathās. 
   • ○gyatā wṛ. for ○gatā

niḥkṣi

   niḥ-kṣi √1. P. -kṣiṇoti, to destroy, remove (an illness) AV.

niḥkṣip

   niḥ-kṣip √prob. wṛ. for ni-√kṣip, q.v

⋙ niḥkṣipta

   niḥ-ḍkṣipta mfn. thrown away, spent (as time) R.

⋙ niḥkṣipya

   niḥ-ḍkṣipya ind. p. having thrown away or spent (time) 
   • having wiped away (tears) MBh. R.

⋙ niḥkṣepa

   niḥ-ḍkṣepa m. throwing or sending away, removing Kull. [Page 544, Column 1] 

niḥśas

   niḥ-śás f. (√śaṃs) refusing, declining (?) RV. x, 164, 3

niḥśāṇa

   niḥ-śāṇa m. or n. march, procession Sāh. (Pers. ? ?)

niḥśās

   niḥ-śās √(pf- Subj. -śaśās), to drive away, expel RV. i, 80, 1

niḥśiṣ

   niḥ-śiṣ 
   • Caus, -śeṣayati √-śeṣita &c. niḥ-śeṣa under niḥ, p. 538, col. 3

niḥśī

   niḥ-śī √only pr. p. Ā. -śayāna mfn. starting up from sleep BhP.

niḥśuc

   niḥ-śuc √Intens. Ā. -śośucanta, to shine forth RV. vii, 1, 4

niḥśṛṅkhaṇa

   niḥ-śṛṅkhaṇa n. blowing the nose Āpast. (cf. śṛṅkhāṇikā)

niḥśṝ

   niḥ-śṝ √P. -śṛṇāti, (Impv. -śṛṇīhi), to break, crush AV.

niḥśvas

   niḥ-śvas √P. -śvasiti, (pf. -śaśvasa), to hiss (said of a serpent) R. 
   • to snort (said of an elephant) ib. 
   • to breathe, exhale Suśr., inhale MārkP. 
   • to sigh MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ niḥśvasana

   niḥ-ḍśvasana n. breathing out or sighing W.

⋙ niḥśvasvasita

   niḥ-śvaḍsvasita mfn. breathed or breathing out, sighing 
   • n. expiration Ragh. 
   • a sigh Kum. Vikr.

⋙ niḥśvasya

   niḥ-ḍśvasya ind. having breathed out or sighed, sighing R. Kālid. &c

⋙ niḥśvāsa

   niḥ-ḍśvāsa m. (ifc. f. ā) = ○śvasita n. Mn. MBh. &c. (often v. l. or wṛ. ni-śv○) 
   • -parama mf(ā)n. quite addicted to sighing, melancholy Nal. 
   • -saṃhitā f. N. of a code of laws supposed to have been revealed by Rudra-Śiva Pur.

niḥṣic

   niḥ-ṣic (√sic), P. -ṣiñcati Pāṇ. 8-3, 65, Vātt. 1 Pat.), to pour away AitBr.

⋙ niḥṣikta

   niḥ-ḍṣikta mfn. poured away i.e. shaken off, removed (as a sin or crime) Nir.

⋙ niḥṣecana

   niḥ-ḍṣecana n. a contrivance for pouring out 
   • -vat mfn. ĀpŚr.

niḥṣidh 1

   niḥ-ṣidh (√2. sidh), P. -ṣedhati (cf. Pāṇ. viii, 3, 65 Vārtt. 1 Pat.), to frighten away VS. 2

⋙ nihṣidh

   nih-ṣidh puru-n○

niḥṣidh 3

   niḥ-ṣídh f. (√1. sidh) granting, bestowal, gift, oblation RV.

⋙ niḥṣidhvan

   niḥ-ḍṣídhvan mf(varī)n. granting, munificent ib.

niḥṣu

   niḥ-ṣu (√3. su), P. -ṣuṇoti Pāṇ. 8-3, 65 Vārtt. 1 Pat.

niḥṣū

   niḥ-ṣū (√1. sū), P. -ṣuvati (cf. Pāṇ. ib.), to drive or frighten away AV.

⋙ niḥṣūti

   niḥ-ḍṣūti f. Pāṇ. 8-3, 88

niḥṣṭan

   niḥ-ṣṭan (√stan 
   • cf. VPrāt. iii, 68, P. ni-ṣṭanati for niḥ-ṣṭ○, p. ni-ṣṭanat for niḥ-ṣiṭ○ MBh. 
   • 2. sg. Impv. niḥ-ṣṭanihi RV. vi, 47, 30), to roar out, thunder, sound, cry

niḥṣṭhā

   niḥ-ṣṭhā (√sthā 
   • ef. Pāṇ. 8-3, 65), P. nis-tiṣṭhati, to grow forth, rise RV. 
   • bring to an end, finish, make ready, prepare ChUp.: Caus. ni-ṣṭhāpayati (for niḥ-ṣth○), to drive out into (loc.) Kauś. 
   • to prepare, make ready KātyŚr.

⋙ niḥṣṭhita

   níḥ-ṣṭhita (or ni-ṣṭh○), mfn. grown forth RV. 
   • finished, accomplished, ready ŚBr. MBh. &c

niḥṣṭhiv

   niḥ-ṣṭhiv √P. -ṣṭhīvati, or ○vyati, to spit ŚBr. 
   • to draw lines with spittle Daś.

niḥṣvap

   niḥ-ṣvap (√svap), P. -ṣvapiti, cf. Pāṇ. 8-3, 88

⋙ niḥṣupta

   niḥ-ḍṣupta mfn. ib.

niḥsṛ

   niḥ-sṛ √P. -sarati, (pr.p. Ā. -saramāṇa MBh.), to go out, come forth, depart, withdraw Mn. MBh. &c.: Caus. -sārayati, to cause to go out, turn out, expel (abl. with or without bahit) MBh. R. &c 
   • to conclude, finish BhP.

⋙ niḥsara

   niḥ-sara mfn. issuing out 
   • -tva n. = pitta-roga L.

⋙ niḥsaraṇa

   niḥ-saraṇa n. going forth or out MBh. Pañc. 
   • issue, egress, gate L. 
   • means, expedient, remedy to get rid of (comp.) MBh. 
   • departure, death final beatitude L. 
   • -vat (niḥ-sár○), mfn. flowing out, liquid ŚBr.

⋙ niḥsāra

   niḥ-sāra m. going forth or out MBh.

⋙ niḥsāraṇa

   niḥ-sāraṇa n. turning out, expelling Rājat. 
   • egress or road of egress L.

⋙ niḥsārita

   niḥ-sārita mfn. turned out expelled, dismissed MBh. &c

⋙ niḥsāru

   niḥ-sāru or m. (in music) a kind of measure,

⋙ niḥsāruka

   niḥ-sāruka m. (in music) a kind of measure,

⋙ niḥsārya

   niḥ-sārya mfn. to be expelled or excluded Kull.

⋙ niḥsṛta

   niḥ-sṛta mfn. gone out or forth (with abl. or comp.), depaned Up. MBh. Hit. 
   • prominent (eyes) Hariv. 
   • prolapsus (yoni) Kāv. 
   • v. l. for niḥ-stṛta, q.v 
   • n. a kind of sworddance (in which a sword is drawn out of a person's hands) Hariv. [Page 544, Column 2] 

niḥsṛj

   niḥ-sṛj √P, Ā. -sṛjáti, ○te, to pour out, shed forth RV. VS. 
   • to let loose, set free RV. AV. 
   • to separate (as words) RPrāt. 
   • to remove, destroy (as sorrow) ŚBr.

niḥsṛp

   niḥ-sṛp √P. -sárpati, to sneak or steal away ŚrS. 
   • to start, set out on a journey R.

niḥstṛta

   niḥ-stṛta mfn. (√stṛ) crumbled off from (abl.) Gṛihyās. (v. l. niḥ-sṛta)

niḥspṛ

   niḥ-spṛ √P. -spṛṇoti, (2. du. aor -spartam RV. vii, 71, 5), to rescue from (abl.)

niḥsphur

   niḥ-sphur √P. -sphuráti, to jerk or hurl away RV.

niḥsyand

   niḥ-syand or -ṣyand (√syand Pāṇ. 8-3, 72)

⋙ niḥsyanda

   niḥ-syanda vḷ. or wṛ. for ni-sy○

niḥsru

   niḥ-sru √P. -srávati, to flow out or off ŚBr. rise from (abl.) Cat. 
   • to disappear or be lost to or from (abl.) Āpast.: Caus. -srāvayats, to cause to flow out (as a pond) MBh. 
   • to cause to disappear from or be lost to or from (abl.), Apast

⋙ niḥsrava

   niḥ-srava m. remainder, surplus, overplus (with abl.) Yājñ.ī, 251

⋙ niḥsrāva

   niḥ-srāva m. the causing to flow out, expending, expense Kām. 
   • the moisture or water of boiled rice L. (cf. ni-srāva)

⋙ niḥsruta

   niḥ-sruta mfn. flowed out or off Suśr. 
   • passed away (time) L.

niḥsvṛ

   niḥ-svṛ √P. -svárati, to sing or chant away i.e. expel by singing or chanting Kāṭh.

nika

   nika n. (with prujā-pateḥ) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.

nikakṣa

   ni-kakṣá m. the arm-pit ŚBr. &c

nikaṭa

   ni-kaṭa mf(ā)n., being at the side, near 
   • m. or n. nearness, proximity (○ṭam ind. near to, towards, with gen. or comp 
   • ○ṭe id., near, at hand 
   • ○ṭāt, away from) R. Pañc. Kathās. &c

⋙ nikaṭaga

   ○ga mfn. near, at hand Var.

⋙ nikaṭavartin

   ○vartin (cf. Pañc.) and mfn. id'

⋙ nikaṭastha

   ○stha (cf. Daś.), mfn. id'

≫ nikaṭī

   nikaṭī in comp. for nikaṭa

⋙ nikaṭībhūya

   ○bhūya ind. p. having become near

⋙ nikaṭībhūta

   ○bhūta mfn. become near, approached Kathās.

nikathitin

   nikathitin mfn. (fr. ni-kathita, √kath), g. iṣṭâdi

nikam

   ni-kam √(Pot. -kāmoyet BhP. 
   • p. Ā. -kāmáyamāna TS. 
   • pf. cakame ŚBr. 
   • inf. -kamam Kāṭh.), to long or wish for, lust after (acc.) ○kāmá m. desire, wish, pleasure RV. VS. AV. 
   • ibc., = (am), ind, according to wish or desire, to one's heart's content, abundantly, excessively Var. Mṛicch. &c. (cf. yadā-nikā́mam) 
   • (nl-k○), mfn. desirous, covetous, greedy RV. 
   • m. N. of an Agni ŚāṅkhGṛ. 
   • -kāma mfn. covetous, Bhp 
   • -jala mfn. (a river) yielding abundant water Śak. vi, 16 
   • -tapta mfn. excessively burnt Kum. 
   • -dháraṇa mfn. bearing according, to wish TBr. 
   • -niraṅkuśa mfn. freely ruling over (gen, ), Gtt. vii, 40 
   • -bhāma-bhāṣya n. N. of wk 
   • -varṣa mfn. having plenty of rain MBh. 
   • -varṣin mfn. raining according, to wish ib. 
   • -sukhin mfn. exceedingly happy Śiś. iv, 54

⋙ nikāman

   ni-ḍkāman (nī-), mfn. desirous, eager RV.

⋙ nikāmana

   ni-ḍkāmana n. desire, Laṭy

nikara

   ni-kara m. (√kṛ) a heap, pile, a flock or multitude, a bundle, mass, collection (mfn. ifc. f. ā) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • (cf. L.) pith, sap, essence 
   • suitable gift, a honorarium 
   • a treasure, the best of anything, a treasure belonging to Kubera, 1

⋙ nikāra

   nikāra m. (cf. L.) piling up or winnowing corn 
   • tossing or lifting up

nikartavya

   ni-kartavya ni-kartana, ni-karṣa &c. ni-kṛt, ni-kṛṣ, ni-krish &c

nikaṣ

   ni-kaṣ √-kaṣati, ○te, to scratch, rub Car.

⋙ nikaṣa

   ni-ḍkaṣa m. rubbing in, smearing, Malav ii, f 
   • a roller or harrow Āpast. 
   • the touchstone MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • N. of wk 
   • (ā), f. N. of the mother of Rāvaṇa, (cf. R.) or of all the Rākshasas (○ṣatmaja m. a Rakshas L.) 
   • n the streak of gold or test made on the tnuchstone MBh. xii, 747 (cf. Nīlak.) 
   • ○ṣag-āvan (cf. Hit.), ○ṣa-pāṣāṇa (cf. ib.), ○ṣâśman (cf. BhP.), ○ṣâpala (Hariy.), m. the touchstone

⋙ nikaṣaṇa

   ni-ḍkaṣaṇa n. rubbing off ĀpŚr. Sch. 
   • m. or n. the touchstone BhP.

⋙ nikaṣā

   ni-ḍkaṣā ind, (g. svar-ādi) near to (with acc.), proximate Hariv. 16038 Śiś. i, 68, &c. [Page 544, Column 3] 
   • in the middle, between L.

⋙ nikaṣāya

   ni-ḍkaṣāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to serve as a touchstone 
   • ○yamāna mfn. serving as a test or standard for (comp.) Daś.

⋙ nikāṣa

   ni-ḍkāṣa m. scratching, rubbing, grinding, pounding Mcar. Kir. 
   • (am), ind. having pounded or mixed together (cf. hiraṇya-nik○)

nikasa

   nikasa ○sâtmoja = ni-kaṣa, ○ṣât○ (above) L.

nikānam

   ni-kānam (√kaṇ) 
   • ○ṇam. akṣi ind. having closed the eyes, Paṇ' iii, 4, 54 Sch. (cf. akṣi-nikāṇam)

nikāya

   ni-kāyá (√1. ci) a heap, an assemblage, a group, class, association (esp. of persons who perform the same duties) Mn. MBh. &c 
   • congregation, school Buddh. 
   • collection (of Buddh. Sūtras, there are 5 MWB. 62, 63) 
   • habitation, dwelling, hiding-place R. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 41) 
   • the body ŚvetUp. 
   • the air, wind VS. xv, 5 (Mahidh.) 
   • aim, mark L. 
   • the Supreme Being L.

⋙ nikāyāntarīya

   ni-ḍkāyântarīya mfn. belonging to another school Buddh.

⋙ nikāyin

   ni-ḍkāyin m. N. of a partic. sacrifice L.

⋙ nikāyya

   ni-ḍkāyya m. or n. a dwelling-house L.

nikāra 1

   ni-kāra. and 2 ○raṇa, &c. under ni-kara and ni.kṛ

nikāvalgā

   nikāvalgā f. N. of a woman (or of two women, nikā and valgā?) Rājat. vii, 482

nikāśa

   ni-kāśa m. (√kāś) horizon, range of sight, proximity (○śaṃ me, before my eyes, to me) BhP. 
   • ifc. having the appearance of. similar, like MBh. &c. (cf. nī-k○, pra-k○ &c.)

nikāṣa

   ni-kāṣa ni-kaṣ

nikāsa

   ni-kāsa wṛ. for ○kāśa

nikilbiṣa

   ni-kilbiṣá n. freeing from sin, deliverance from evil RV.

nikuñc

   ni-kuñc √Caus. -kuñcayati, to draw in, contract (opp. to 'stretch out') Car.

⋙ nikuciti

   ni-ḍkuciti f. contraction (?) Pāṇ. 7-2, 9, Vānt. 1 Pat,.

⋙ nikucyakarṇi

   ni-ḍkucyakarṇi ind. with the ears hanging down ib. v, 4, 128 Sch.

⋙ nikuñca

   ni-ḍkuñca m. a key Gal.

⋙ nikuñcaka

   ni-ḍkuñcaka m. Calamus Rotang Bhpr. 
   • a measure of capacity equal to 1/4 of a Kuḍava L.

⋙ nikuñcana

   ni-ḍkuñcana n. shrinking together, contraction Car.

⋙ nikuñcita

   ni-ḍkuñcita mfn. contracted W.

nikuñja

   ni-kuñja m. (n. L.) an arbour, a bower, thicket MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ nikuñjikāmlā

   ni-kuñḍjikâmlā f. a species of plant (= kuñjikā) L.

nikuṭṭana

   ni-kuṭṭana n. (√kuṭṭ) pounding, crushing down Var.

nikubja

   nikubja mfn. curved, bent Lalit.

⋙ nikubjana

   niḍkubjana n. upsetting (a vessel) L.

nikumbha

   ni-kumbha m. Croton Polyandrum (also ī f. L.) 
   • N. of a Dānava (son of Prahlada and brother of Kumbha, father of Sunda and UPasunda) MBh. 
   • of a Rākshasa R. 
   • of a son of Kumbha-karṇa L. 
   • of an attendant of either Siva (Hariv.) or Skanda (MBh.) 
   • of one of the Viśve Devās Hariv. (viskumbhu C.) 
   • of a hero on the side of the Kurus MBh. 
   • of a king of A-yodhyā (son of Hary-aśva and father of Saṃhatâśva or Varhaṇâśva) Hariv. Pur. 
   • ○bhâkhya-bīja n. Croton Jamalgota L.

⋙ nikumbhita

   ni-ḍkumbhita n. a kind of time in music

⋙ nikumbhila

   ni-ḍkumbhila m. or (ā), f. (fr. kumbha?), a place where oblations are offered, (esp.) a grove at the western gate of Laṅkā for the performance of sacrificial rites 
   • (according to others) an image of Bhadra-kalī on the west side of Laṅkā R.

nikuramba

   nikuramba (Mālatim.), ○rumba (cf. Viddh.), ○baka (cf. KāśīKh.), m. or n. a flock, mass, multitude

nikulīnakā

   ni-kulīnakā f. a partic. mode of flying MBh. viii, 1902 Nīlak. (vḷ. ○nikā)

nikūj

   ni-kūj √P.Ā. -kūjati, ○te, to warble, moan, groan R. BhP.

⋙ kūjita

   kūjita mfn. warbled, sung BhP. (○taṃ haṃsaiḥ)

⋙ kūjitavya

   ḍkūjitavya n. moaning, groaning Jātakam.

nikūḍ

   ni-kūḍ √P, -kūḍayati, (ind. p. -kūḍya), to burn, set on fire ĀpŚr.

nikūṇ

   ni-kūṇ √P. -kūṇati, Caus. ○ṇayati, to close, contract

⋙ nikūṇita

   ni-ḍkūṇita mfn. closed shut (esp. an eye), Deśīn. [Page 545, Column 1] 

nikūla

   ni-kūla mfn. going down hill (in utkūla-n○, q.v.)

⋙ nikūlavṛkṣa

   ○vṛkṣa m. N. of a tree R.

nikṛ

   ni-kṛ √1. P.Ā. -karoti, -kurute, (dat. inf. ní-kartave RV. viii, 78, 5), to bring down, humiliate, subdue, overcome RV. AV. VS. ŚBr.: Desid. -cikīrskati, to wish to overcome AV.

⋙ nikartavya

   ni-ḍkartavya mfn. to be acted badly or basely, to be injured MW.

⋙ nikartu

   ni-ḍkartu m. (?) a sword Kāv.

⋙ kartṛ

   kartṛ m. one who acts badly or basely MBh. (vḷ. vi-k○)

⋙ kāra

   ḍkāra m. bringing down, humiliation, wrong, offence, injury MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • wickedness, malice W. 
   • opposition, contradiction W. 
   • = next Gal.

⋙ kāraṇa

   ḍkāraṇa n. killing, slaughter L.

⋙ kārin

   ḍkārín m. injurer, oppressor VS.

⋙ kṛta

   ḍkṛta mfn. brought down, humiliated, offended, injured, tricked, deceived MBh. R. &c 
   • low, base, wicked ib. 
   • removed, set aside, dismissed W. 
   • n. lowering, humbling, humiliation Bhartṛ. ii, 30 (vḷ. ○ti) 
   • -prajña (cf. MBh.), -mati (cf. BhP.), mfn. depraved in mind

⋙ kṛti

   ḍkṛti mfn. deceitful, dishonest MBh. xii, 6269 ; iii, 11810 (cf. Nīlak.) 
   • m. N. of one of the 8 Vasus Hariv. (v. l. nir-ṛti) 
   • f. low conduct, baseness, dishonesty, fraud, wickedness MBh. R. &c. (personified as a daughter of A-dharma and mother of Lobha [MBh.], or as a sister of Lobha and daughter of Dambha {BhP.}) 
   • abuse, reproach 
   • rejection, removal 
   • poverty, indigence W. 
   • -jīvana mfn. subsisting by fraud or dishonesty, acting deceitfully MBh. 
   • -prajña mfn. versed in dishonesty, well acquainted with vice MBh. (cf. ○ta-pr○) 
   • ○tiṃ-juṣ mfn. delighting in dishonesty or vice BhP.

⋙ kṛtin

   ḍkṛtin (cf. MBh.) and mfn. dishonest, low, base, wicked

⋙ kṛtimat

   ḍkṛtimat (cf. Subh.), mfn. dishonest, low, base, wicked

⋙ kṛtyā

   ḍkṛtyā f. wickedness, dishonesty MBh. MārkP.

⋙ kṛtvan

   ḍkṛ́tvan mfn. deceitful (as dice) RV. x, 34, 7

nikṛt

   ni-kṛt √1. P. Ā. -kṛntati, ○te, to cut or hew down, cut away, cut or chop off, cut through or or to pieces, massacre KātyŚr. MBh. R. Suśr. &c 
   • Ā. ○te, (also) to cut one's self (or one's nails &c.) TS. ŚBr.: Caus. -kartayati, to cause to cut or cut down SāṅkhŚr.

⋙ nikartana

   ni-ḍkartana mfn. cutting away, robbing, impoverishing MBh. (Nilak.) 
   • n. cutting down or off MBh. R. 
   • plucking, impoverishing ( above)

⋙ nikṛtta

   ni-ḍkṛtta mfn. cut off, cut up MBh. R. 
   • -mūla mfn. cut up by the roots Suśr.

⋙ nikṛntana

   ni-ḍkṛntana mf(ī)n. cutting down or off, destroying (ifc.) MBh. R. 
   • m. N. of a hell MārkP. 
   • n. cutting, cutting off (hair, the neck &c.) KātyŚr. MBh. 
   • massacring, destruction (of enemies) MBh. 
   • an instrument for cutting (cf. nakha-)

⋙ nikṛntin

   ni-ḍkṛntin mfn. tearing asunder (ifc.), Kāśikh

nikṛṣ

   ni-kṛṣ √1. P. -karṣati, to draw or drag down TS. ŚBr. 
   • -kṛṣati, to plough in (phalaṃ kṣetreṣu) AV.Paipp.: Pass. -kṛṣyate, to be borne down by the stream of a river MBh. i, 3616.,

⋙ nikarṣa

   ni-ḍkarṣa m. lowering, reducing, decreasing Saṃk. 
   • wṛ. for ni-kaṣa Mālav. ii, 7

⋙ nikarṣaṇa

   ni-ḍkarṣaṇa n. an open place in or near town L. 
   • a court at the entrance of a house W. 
   • a neighbourhood W. 
   • = ni-kaṣaṇa MBh.

⋙ nikṛṣṭa

   ni-ḍkṛṣṭa mfn. debased, vile, low, despised, outcast MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • near, n. nearness Kathās. Suśr. 
   • -bhūta mfn. appearing low or small in comparison with (gen.) MBh. 
   • ○ṭâśaya mfn. base-minded (○ya-tā f.) Daś. 
   • ○ṭī- √kṛ, to surpass, excel Kāv. ii, 37 Sch. 
   • ○ṭpâdhi mfn. having something inferior as a condition (○dhitā f.) Vedântas.

nikecāya

   ni-kecāya m. (√1. ci) piling or collecting repeatedly W.

niketa

   ni-keta m. rarely n. (√4. cit) a mark, sign MBh. iii, 12541 (tapâtyaya-n○, 'mark of departure of heat', said of a cloud) 
   • a house, habitation MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • seat of one of the constituent elements of the body Car. 
   • a bee-hive (j) MBh. xi, 140 
   • a stage in the religious life of a Brāhman, iii, 13411 
   • state of being Divyâv.

⋙ niketana

   ni-ḍketana n. a house, mansion, habitation, temple, Mn. MBh. &c 
   • m. an onion L.

nikoca

   ni-koca m. (√kuc, to contract) closing (akṣi-, of the eyes) Pat.

⋙ nikocaka

   ni-koḍcaka m. Alangiuni Decapetalum 
   • n. its fruit Bhpr. (also nikoṭhaka L.)

⋙ nikocana

   ni-koḍcana n. = nikoca Kull.

nikothaka

   ni-kothaka m. (√kuth), N. of a teacher with the epithet Bhāyajātya

nikośya

   ni-kośyá m. or n. a partic. part of the entrails of sacrificial animals TS. (cf. kośya). [Page 545, Column 2] 

nikta

   nikta under nij below

nikrand

   ni-krand √cl. 1. P. -krandati, (aor. ny-akrandīt), to cry from above (as a bird on a tree) Nir. ix, 4: Caus. -krandayati, to cause to roar RV. x, 102, 5

⋙ nikrandita

   ni-ḍkrandita mfn. cried or roared (said of a faulty recitation), Saṃhitôp

nikram

   ni-kram √P. -krāmati, (aor. nyakramīt), to put down the feet, tread down (acc.) RV. 
   • to enter (loc.) AV. TS.

⋙ nikramaṇa

   ni-ḍkrámaṇa n. putting down the feet, footstep, footfall RV. AV. TS.

nikrīḍ

   ni-krīḍ Caus. -krīḍayati √to cease or finish (playing) ṢaḍvBr. (cf. Sch. = vi- √ram)

⋙ nikrīḍa

   ni-ḍkrīḍa m. play, sport, with marutām, N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.

nikvaṇa

   ni-kvaṇa (cf. Kir.) or ni-kvāṇa (cf. Śiś.), m. (√kvaṇ) sound L.

nikṣ

   nikṣ cl. 1.P. níkṣati, to pierce AV. 
   • to kiss Dhātup. xvii, 7 (cf. niṃs)

≫ nikṣa

   nikṣa mfn. kissing (ifc. cf, puṣpa-n○) 
   • (ā), f. a nit (prob. wṛ. for likṣā) L.

nikṣatriya

   ni-kṣatriya mfn. where the warriors are overthrown Dharmaśarm.

nikṣip

   ni-kṣip √P. -kṣipati, to throw or cast or put or lay down, throw &c. in or upon (Inc. or upari) Yājñ. MBh. R. &c 
   • to pour in (kṣīraṃ śarāve) Pañc. iii, 135/136 
   • to deliver anything (acc.) to (loc., esp. haste), to give or hand over, deposit, intrust Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c 
   • to instal, appoint to (loc.) R. 
   • to lay aside, give up, leave, abandon, cast off, repel MBh. R. &c 
   • to put down figures, count, cipher Lalit.

⋙ nikṣipta

   ni-ḍkṣipta mfn. thrown down or upon &c 
   • deposited, pawned, pledged 
   • rejected, abandoned, given away, sent off Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • appointed, installed R. 
   • inclining towards (comp.) Sarvad. 
   • -bhāra mfn. having put the load upon (comp.), Pañc, i, 167/166 
   • -vāda mfn. one who has ceased talking or left off boasting MBh. Hariv.

⋙ nikṣepa

   ni-ḍkṣepa m. putting down HYog. (esp. of the feet Kālid.) 
   • throwing or casting on (loc. or comp.) Megh. Sāh. 
   • a deposit, pledge, trust, anything pawned Mn. Yājñ. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • abandoning, throwing or sending away W. 
   • wiping, drying ib. 
   • -cintāmaṇi, -dīpa m. -rakṣā f. N. of wks 
   • -lipi f. a partic. mode of writing Lalit.

⋙ nikṣepaṇa

   ni-ḍkṣepaṇa n. putting down (the feet) Kum. 
   • a means by which or a place in which anything is kept Suśr.

⋙ nikṣepita

   ni-ḍkṣepita mfn. (fr. Caus.) caused to be set down in writing, committed to writing, inscribed Ragh.

⋙ nikṣepin

   ni-ḍkṣepin mfn. being in possession of a deposit Pañc. (B.) i, 14

⋙ nikṣeptṛ

   ni-ḍkṣeptṛ m. a depositor, a pawner or pledger Mn.

⋙ nikṣepya

   ni-ḍkṣepya mfn. to be put down or deposited Kathās. 
   • to be thrust into (loc.) Mn.

nikṣubhā

   ni-kṣubhā f. (√kṣubh), N. of the mother of Maga BhavP.

nikṣvid

   ni-kṣvid √(only Yedic inf. ns kṣvidas), to destroy by creaking MaitrS.

nikhaṭvā

   ni-khaṭvā f. a kind of chair or couch Gal.

nikhan

   ni-khan √P. -khanati, to dig into (the ground), bury RV. &c. &c 
   • to fix, implant, erect (as a post, column &c.) Kāv. 
   • to dig or √up BhP. 
   • to infix, pierce (with an arrow &c.) MBh. R. &c.: Caus. khānayati, ni-khānita below

⋙ nikhanana

   ni-ḍkhanana n. digging in, burying Śaṃk. Kull.

⋙ nikhāta

   ni-ḍkhāta (ní-), mfn. dug in, buried, fixed in the ground RV. &c. &c 
   • dug up, excavated W.

⋙ nikhātaka

   ni-ḍkhātaka (ní-), mfn. dug in a little AV.

⋙ nikhāna

   ni-ḍkhāna m. digging in L. (cf. naikhānya)

⋙ nikhānita

   ni-ḍkhānita mfn. infixed, implanted Suśr.

⋙ nikheya

   ni-ḍkheya mfn. to be thrust into Vishṇ.

nikhara

   ni-khara (?), mfn. N. of Agni ŚāṅkhGṛ.

nikharva

   ni-kharva mfn. dwarfish, a dwarf L. 
   • n. a billion MBh. R.

⋙ nikharvaka

   ni-kharḍvaka m. or n. 1000 millions, TāṇḍlBr

⋙ nikharvaṭa

   ni-kharḍvaṭa m. N. of a Riskshas MBh.

⋙ nikharvāda

   ni-kharḍvāda m. or n. = ○vaka, SāṅkhSr

nikhid

   ni-khid √P. -khldáti, to press down RV. iv, 28, 2

nikhila

   ni-khila mf(ā)n. complete, all, whole, entire Up. Mn. MBh. &c. [Page 545, Column 3] 
   • (ena), ind. completely, totally MBh. R. &c. (cf. a-kh○)

nikhuryapa

   nikhurya-pá (?), m. N. of Vishṇu TS.

niga

   niga mfn. bound, fettered (?) Kāṭh.

nigaḍa

   ni-gaḍa m. (g. ardharcâdi) and n. (fr. √gaḍ = gal?) an iron chain for the feet, (csp.) the heel chains for an elephant or a noose for catching the feet and throwing an animal down, any fetter or shackle Hariv. Kāv. &c 
   • N. of a teacher (-kṣveḍana n. N. of wk.) 
   • mfn. bound or fettered on the feet Mn. iv. 210

⋙ nigaḍana

   ni-gaḍana n. putting in irons or fetters Daś.

⋙ nigadaya

   ni-gadaya Nom. P. ○yati, to put in fetters, bind, ib.,

⋙ nigaḍita

   ni-gaḍita mfn. chained, fettered Kād.

nigaṇa

   ni-gaṇa m. (fr. ni-garaṇa?), the smoke of a burnt offering L.

nigad

   ni-gad √P. -gadati, (aor. ny-agadīt Bhaṭṭ.), to recite, proclaim, announce, declare, tell, speak ŚrS. MBh. R. &c 
   • to speak to, address (acc.), to say anything (acc.) to (acc.) Kāv. 
   • to enumerate, cite, quote Suśr. 
   • to call (esp. Pass. -gadyate, to be called or named) MBh. Kāv. Suśr. &c.: Caus. -gādayati, to cause to recite ŚānkhŚr.: Intens. -jāgadyate, (with pass. meaning) to assert firmly or repeatedly Sarvad.

⋙ nigada

   ni-gadá m. reciting, audible recitation, a prayer or sacrificial formula recited aloud Br. ŚrS. &c 
   • mention, mentioning Bādar. 
   • speech, discourse W. 
   • N. of wk 
   • m. or n. a partic. potion Car. 
   • -vyākhyāta mfn. explained i.e. clear by mere mentioning Nir.

⋙ nigadana

   ni-gadana n. reciting from memory SāmavBr. Sch.

⋙ nigadita

   ni-gadita mfn. recited, told, spoken MBh. &c 
   • n. speech BhP. 
   • -vat mfn. having said or spoken Bhaṭṭ. 
   • ○ditin mfn. one who has spoken, g. iṣṭâdi

⋙ nigāda

   ni-gāda m. recitation L. 
   • ○din mfn. reciting, telling, speaking Suśr.

⋙ nigādya

   ni-gādya mfn. to be told or communicated to (loc.) Naish.

nigam

   ni-√gam P. -gacchati (often wṛ. -yacchati), to settle down upon or near (acc. or loc.) RV. AV. 
   • inire feminam RV. 
   • to enter, resort to, undergo, incur, become (with acc., e.g. śāntim, to become pacified Bhag.) 
   • to enter, i.e. be inserted ŚāṅkhŚr. (cf. ni-gama below) 
   • to acquire knowledge W.: Caus. ○gamayati, to cause to enter, insert ĀśvŚr. 
   • to conclude, sum up Kir. i, 25 Sch.

⋙ nigantavya

   ni-gantavya mfn. to be studied or learned Āpast.

⋙ nigama

   ni-gama m. insertion (esp. of the name of a deity into a liturgical formula) ŚrS. 
   • the place or passage (esp. of the Vedas) where a word occurs or the actual word quoted from such a passage Nir. 
   • the √(as the source from which a word comes 
   • hence ifc. 'derived from') ib. 
   • the Veda or the Vedic text Hariv. Pāṇ. Pur. &c 
   • any work auxiliary to and explanatory of the Vedas Mn. iv, 19 (cf. Kull.) 
   • a sacred precept, the words of a god or holy man MBh. Pur. &c 
   • doctrine, instruction in, art of (comp.) Bālar. 
   • certainty, assurance L. 
   • trade, traffic W. 
   • a town, city, market-place Āpast. Car. Lalit. 
   • a road L. 
   • a caravan or company of merchants (ifc. f. ā) R. Daś. 
   • = pariśiṣṭa Cat. 
   • n. a partic. number Buddh. 
   • -kalpa-druma m. -kalpa-latā f. -kalpa-sāra m. N. of wks 
   • -jña mfn. familiar with the holy texts Var. 
   • -tattvasāra m. -pariśiṣṭa n. -latā f. -sāra m. N. of wks 
   • -sthāna n. place of insertion (cf. above) ŚrS. 
   • ○mâkhya-kośa and ○mântârtha-ratnâkara m

⋙ nigamana

   ni-gamana n. insertion, quotation of words (from the Veda) and the word quoted Nir. 
   • the summing up of an argument or conclusion in a syllogism, deduction Tarkas. 
   • going in or into W.

⋙ gamin

   gamin mfn. familiar with or versed in the Vedas MW.

nigara

   ni-gara √○raṇa and e. ni- √gṝ

nigarh

   ni-garh √Ā. -garhate, (prob.) to blame, censure, find fault with Pāṇ. 1-4, 32 Kāś. 
   • P. -garhayati, to disdain, despise (acc.) MBh. (vḷ. vi-g○)

nigal

   ni-gal √1, Intens. -galgalīti, to emit moisture VS.

nigal

   ni-gal √2. -galati, to swallow, devour, Bhattṛ

⋙ nigalana

   ni-galana n. swallowing, eating L.

⋙ nigāla

   ni-gāla m. the throat or neck of a horse Śiś. v, 4 Sch. (cf. 2. gala, ni-garaṇa) 
   • -vat m. a horse, W

⋙ nigālaka

   ni-gālaka mfn. = ○gāraka Pāṇ. 8-2, 21 Kāś.

nigala

   ni-gala m. n. = ni-gaḍa above L. [Page 546, Column 1] 

nigā

   ni-gā √1. (aor. ny-agāt, ni-gām), to enter, come or get into, attach one's self to (acc.) RV. AV. MBh.

nigu

   nigu (L, ), mfn. pleasing, charming 
   • m. the mind (= manas) 
   • dirt (√4. gu?) 
   • a √ 
   • painting

nigut

   ni-gút m. (√3. gu?) an enemy RV. x, 128, 6 Sāy. (cf. naiguta)

nigup

   ni-gup √2. inf. -gopitum, to conceal Kir. xv, 19

niguh

   ni-guh √P. Ā. -guhati, ○te, (aor. nyaūḍha, or ny-aghukṣata Pāṇ. 7-3, 73 Kāś. to cover, conceal, hide MBh. R. &c.: Caus. -guhayati (cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 89), id. Pañc. v, (B. -gūhan for ○hayan)

⋙ nigūḍha

   ni-gūḍha mfn. concealed, hidden, secret, obscure (lit. and fig.) RV. (ní-gūḻha) &c. &c 
   • (am), ind. privately, secretly Kathās. 
   • -kārya mfn. secret in operation MW. 
   • -cārin mfn. walking concealed or in disguise Mn. ix, 260 
   • -tara mfn. well concealed or hidden Pañc. 
   • -niścaya mfn. whose design is concealed MBh. 
   • -roman mfn. having concealed hair Suśr. 
   • ○ḍhârtha mfn. having a hidden or mysterious sense, abstruse, occult 
   • ○ḍhârtha-dī, pikā and ○ḍhârtha-mañjūṣikā f. N. of wks

⋙ niguḍhaka

   ni-guḍhaka m. a species of wild bean L.

⋙ nigūhaka

   ni-gūhaka mfn. hiding, concealing L.

⋙ nigūhana

   ni-gūhana n. the act of hiding or concealing Kāv.

⋙ nigāhanīya

   ni-gāhanīya mfn. to be hidden or covered or protected W.

⋙ nigūhin

   ni-gūhin sādhu-ni-gūhin

nigṛhīta

   ni-gṛhīta ○ti, ni-grah below

nigṝ

   ni-gṝ √2. P. -girati, or -gilati Pāṇ. 8-2, 21 (-griṇāti PārGṛ. 
   • aor. -gārīt RV. 
   • fut. -gariṣyati Kathās. 
   • inf. -giritum ib.) 
   • to swallow, ingurgitate, devour RV. &c. &c 
   • to swallow i.e. totally appropriate Kathās.: Pass. -gīyate, p. ○yamāṇa (with act. meaning) MBh. i, 8238 &c.: Caus. -gārayati or -gālayati (cf. ni- √gal above) 
   • Pass. -gāryate or -gālyate Pāṇ. 8-2, 2 Intens. jegilyate, iii, 1, 24 Kāś.

⋙ nigara

   ni-gara m. eating, swallowing W.

⋙ nigaraṇa

   ni-garaṇa n. id. Śaṃk. 
   • m. the throat L. 
   • the smoke of a burnt offering L. (cf. ni-gaṇa above)

⋙ nigāra

   ni-gāra m. swallowing L.

⋙ nigāraka

   ni-gāraka mfn. swallowing (cf. ni-gālaka above)

⋙ nigiraṇa

   ni-giraṇa n. swallowing up, devouring Kathās.

⋙ nigīrṇa

   ni-gīrṇa mfn. swallowed, devoured &c 
   • left out, not expressed (cf. a-nig○) 
   • -tva n. Sāh. 
   • -vat mfn. Kathās.

nigai

   ni-√gai P. -gāyati, to accompany with song, sing, chant ŚBr.

⋙ nigīta

   ni-gīta mfn. sung, proclaimed Mn. ix, 29

nigai

   ni-gai P. -granth√punar-nigrantham

⋙ nigranthana

   ni-granthana ri. (wṛ. for ni-kr○? 
   • cf. nir-gr○) killing, slaughter L.

⋙ nigranthi

   ni-granthi m. the cover of a book Hcat.

nigrah

   ni-√grah P.Ā. -gṛhṇāti, ṇīte (dat. inf. -grábhe RV.), to hold down, lower, depress RV. TS. KātyŚr. 
   • to keep or hold back, draw near, attract RV. AV. ŚBr. &c 
   • to seize, catch, hold, hold fast, stop, restrain, suppress, curb, tame, punish Mn. MBh. &c 
   • to contract, close (as the eyes) Mṛicch. ii, 13/14 Caus. -grāhayati, to cause to be apprehended or seized Daś.: Caus. of Desid. -jighṛkṣayati (p. ○ṣayat), to cause any one to desire to overpower or excel Bhaṭṭ.

⋙ nigṛhīta

   ni-gṛhīta mfn. held down or back, seized, caught, checked MBh. &c 
   • harassed, assailed, attacked W. 
   • n. (in music) a partic. method of beating a drum

⋙ nigrihīti

   ni-grihīti f. restraint, check 
   • overpowering Kathās.

⋙ nigṛhītṛ

   ni-gṛhītṛ wṛ. for -grah○. 1

⋙ nigṛhya

   ni-gṛhya mfn. to be held back &c 
   • deserving reproof or correction Pāṇ. 8-2, 94. 2

⋙ nigṛhya

   ni-gṛhya ind. p. having held back or taken or arrested or confined R. &c 
   • having restrained or coerced, by coercion MW.

⋙ nigrabhītṛ

   ni-grabhītṛ m. one who holds fast or binds AitBr.

⋙ nigraha

   ni-graha m. keeping down or back, restraining, binding, coercion, suppression, subjugation Mn. MBh. &c 
   • defeat, overthrow, destruction Kāv. 
   • seizing, catching, arresting, holding fast MBh. R. &c 
   • suppression of an illness i.e. healing, cure Suśr. 
   • confinement, imprisonment, any punishment or chastisement Mn. MBh. R. Pañc. &c. (vadhanigt○, pain of death Kathās.) 
   • reprimand, blame L. 
   • aversion, ill-will, dislike, disgust L. 
   • anything for catching hold of. a handle (ifc. f. ā) Suśr. 
   • a place or occasion for being caught hold of, (esp. in Nyāya phil.) an occasion for refutation, a weak point in an argument or fault in a syllogism (cf. -sthāna) [Page 546, Column 2] 
   • a boundary, limit L. 
   • N. of Śiva and VishṇuKṛishṇa MBh. 
   • -sādhana and -stotra n. N. of wks 
   • -sthāna n. (in phil.) the position of being unfit to carry on an argument from impossibility of agreeing about first principles 
   • -sthāna-sūtra-ṭīkā f. ○hâṣṭaka n. N. of wks

⋙ nigrahaṇa

   ni-grahaṇa mfn. holding down, suppressing (ifc.) Suśr. 
   • n. subduing, suppression ib. 
   • capture, imprisonment, punishment MBh. 
   • war, fight Dhanaṃj.

⋙ nigrahītavya

   ni-grahītavya mfn. to be punished Hit.

⋙ nigrahītṛ

   ni-grahītṛ m. one who seizes or lays hold of. Daś. 
   • one who keeps back or prevents BhP.

⋙ nigrābha

   ni-grābhá m. pressing down, letting sink VS. 
   • suppressing (the voice, opp. to ud-grābha, elevating) Pāṇ. 3-3, 36, Vāitt. 3 
   • N. of a verse recited when the Soma plants are pressed ŚBr. 
   • of a partic. gift or oblation Hcat.

⋙ nigrābhya

   ni-grābhyá mfn. (with āpas) the water with which the Soma plants are sprinkled before they are pressed VS. ŚBr.

⋙ nigrāha

   ni-grāha m. punishment, chastisement Bhaṭṭ. (esp. used in imprecations, e.g. ni-grāhas te bhūyāt, confusion seize thee Pāṇ. 3-3, 45 Kāś.)

⋙ nigrāhaka

   ni-grāhaka mfn. suppressing, injuring (-tva n. Kāvyâd. ii, 27 Sch.)

⋙ nigrāhya

   ni-grāhya mfn. to be (or being) suppressed or punished MBh. Hariv. &c

nigha

   ni-gha mfn. (√han) as high as broad (= viṣvak-sama) L. 
   • (?) equally distant (as trees) Pāṇ. 3-3, 87 Kāś. 
   • m. anything whose height and circumference are equal (as a circle a ball &c.) W. 
   • sin (cf. a-gha) L.

⋙ nighānīgha

   nighânīgha mfn. of different forms or sizes W.

nighaṇṭa

   ni-ghaṇṭa m. (√ghaṇṭ, to speak? 
   • cf. ghaṇṭā, a bell) a collection of words, vocabulary Cat. 
   • N. of a Dānava Kathās.

⋙ nighaṇṭi

   ni-ghaṇḍṭi m. a glossary Cat.

⋙ nighaṇṭikā

   ni-ghaṇḍṭikā f. a species of bulbous plant L.

⋙ nighaṇṭu

   ni-ghaṇḍṭu m. a glossary (also -ka), N. of sev. wks 
   • (mostly pl.) N. of the Vedic glossary explained by Yāska in his Nirukta 
   • -kośa m. -khaṇḍa-nirvacana n. -bhāṣya n. -rāja and -śeṣa m. -saṃgrahanidāna, ī., -samaya and -sāra m. N. of wks

nigharṣa

   ni-gharṣa ○ṣaṇa, ni-ghṛṣ below

nighasa

   ni-ghasa m. (√ghas) eating, food L.

nighāta

   ni-ghāta m. (fr. Caus. of ni-√han) a blow, stroke Gaut. Kāv. 
   • suppression or absence of accent AV. Prāt. 
   • (am), ind. having struck MW.

⋙ nighāti

   ni-ghāḍti f. an iron club or hammer L.

⋙ nighātin

   ni-ghāḍtin mfn. striking down, killing, destroying (ifc.) MBh. Hariv.

nighuṣ

   ni-ghuṣ √2. Caus. -ghoṣayati, to tread down, crush, destroy RV.

nighuṣṭa

   ni-ghuṣṭa ī. (√1. ghuṣ) sound, noise

nighṛṣ

   ni-ghṛṣ √2. P

⋙ nighṛṣgharṣati

   ○gharṣati to rub into, rub down, grind, wear away MBh. 
   • to try, examine ib.

⋙ nighṛṣgharṣa

   ○gharṣa m. rubbing, pounding, crushing Kāv. 
   • v. l. for ni-kaṣa Mālav. ii, 7

⋙ nighṛṣgharṣaṇa

   ○gharṣaṇa n. rubbing, grinding, trituration MBh.

⋙ nighṛṣghṛṣṭa

   ○ghṛṣṭa mfn. rubbed, ground, worn away, subdued MBh.

⋙ nighṛṣghṛṣva

   ○ghṛ́ṣva mfn. rubbed off, excoriated 
   • worn away, harassed, afflicted, TaittAr. Sch. 
   • small, insignificant Naigh. 
   • m. a hoof. Uṇ. i, 153 Sch. 
   • an ass, a mule or a boar L. 
   • n. the mark of a hoof. Uṇ. ib.

nighna

   ni-ghna mf(ā)n. (√han) dependent, subservient, docile, obedient 
   • (ifc.) dependent on, ruled by, devoted to, full of. Kāv. &c. (-tā f. Kathās.) 
   • (after a numeral) multiplied with Sūryas. 
   • m. N. of a son of An.araṇya and father of Anamitra Hariv. 
   • of a son of An-amitra ib.

⋙ nighnaka

   ni-ghnaka mfn. dependent L.

⋙ nighnat

   ni-ghnat

⋙ nighnamāna

   ni-ghnamāna and mfn. slaying, killing MBh. R. &c

⋙ nighnāna

   ni-ghnāna mfn. slaying, killing MBh. R. &c

nicaka

   nicaka m. N. of a man Pat,. (cf. naicakya)

nicaknu

   nicaknu m. N. of a prince VP. (vḷ. nicakru)

nicakrayā

   ní-cakrayā ind. with down-rolling chariots or without chariots RV. viii, 7, 29

nicakṣus

   ni-cakṣus m. N. of a prince Hariv. (v. l. vi-c○)

nicaṅkuṇa

   nicaṅkuṇa v. l. for nicumpuṇa

nicandra

   ni-candra m. N. of a Dānava MBh. [Page 546, Column 3] 

nicamana

   ni-camana n. (√cam) sipping Nir.

nicaya

   ni-caya &c. under 1. ni-ci below

nical

   ni-√cal Intens. calcalīti, to stir, quiver MaitrS.

nicāṅkuṇa

   nicāṅkuṇa vḷ, for nicuṅkuṇa

nicāy

   ni-cāy √(only ind. p. [-c'Ayy�A]) to regard with reverence, honour, worship RV. 
   • observe, peceive ib. Daś.

nici

   ni-ci √1. to pile up, heap up, collect, only in deriv. (cf. ni-kāya &c. above)

⋙ nicaya

   ni-ḍcaya m. piling up, heaping up, heap, mass, quantity, store, provisions (cf. alpa-n○, ṣaṇ-māsa-n○) 
   • collection, multitude, assemblage (rarely of living beings, cf, vadhū-n○) Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • -gulma m. a swelling of the abdomen caused by an excess of the 3 humours Car. 
   • ○yôdarin mfn. suffering from it (lit. having such an abdomen) ib.

⋙ nicayaka

   ni-ḍcayaka mfn. skilful in piling up, g. ākarṣâdi

⋙ nicayin

   ni-ḍcayin mfn. heaped up, plentiful, abundant Kir.

⋙ nicāya

   ni-ḍcāya m. a heap (as a measure) L. 1

⋙ nicita

   ni-ḍcita mfn. piled up, heaped up, erected 
   • covered, overspread with, full of (with instr. or ifc.) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • constipated (as the bowels) Suśr. 
   • m. pl. N. of a warrior-tribe (cf. naicitya) 
   • (ā), f. N. of a river MBh.

⋙ nicekāya

   ni-ḍcekāya m. (fr. intens.) continual or repeated piling up Siddh.

⋙ niceya

   ni-ḍceya mfn. to be piled or heaped up MBh.

nici

   ni-ci √2. P. -ciketi, (pf. -cikāya, 3. pl. ○kyur), to perceive, notice, observe, recognise RV. AV. ŚBr.: Desid. -cikīṣate, to observe, watch, guard RV. VS. 2

⋙ nicita

   ni-ḍcitá mfn. observed, beheld, appearing RV. ii, 12, 13

⋙ nicira

   ni-ḍcirá mfn. attentive, vigilant RV.

⋙ nicetṛ

   ni-ḍcetṛ (ní- without acc., ni-cetṛ́ with acc.), observing, observer ib.

nicikī

   nicikī f. an excellent cow L. (cf. naicikī)

nicuṅkuṇa

   nicuṅkuṇa m. v. r. for nicumpuṇá below 
   • N. of a Vāruṇi Kāṭh. Anukr.

nicud

   ni-√cud Caus. -codayati, to afford or procure quickly RV. viii, 24, 25

nicumpuṇa

   ni-cumpuṇá m. (√cup?) prob. a gush, flood (apām) RV. viii, 93, 22 
   • N. of a Śauna?śepa Kāṭh. Anukr.

nicula

   ni-cula m. (√cul) an upper garment, overcoat L. 
   • N. of a tree (Barringtonia Acuatangula), Kāv. Śuśr. 
   • Calamus Rotang L. 
   • N. of a poet

⋙ niculaka

   ni-ḍculaka m. outer garment L. 
   • case, box Bālar. vi, 42

⋙ niculita

   ni-ḍculita mfn. being in a case, cased ib. iv, 53 
   • (ifc.) covered with, Prasann

⋙ nicūla

   ni-ḍcūla m. an outer garment L. 
   • Barringtonia Acutaugula L.

⋙ nicola

   ni-ḍcola m. id. Kāv. Car. 
   • a case or box Vcar.

⋙ nicolaka

   ni-ḍcolaka m. an outer garment (also n.) 
   • a cuirass L. 
   • m. or n. a. box or case Hcar.

nicṛt 1

   ni-cṛt √P. -cṛtáti, to infix, insert Kauś. 2

⋙ nicṛt

   ni-cṛt f. a defective metre Nidānas. (wṛ. ni-vṛt)

niceru

   ni-cerú mfn. (√car) gliding, creeping RV. VS.

nicchavi

   nicchavi f. N. of a district (= tīra-bhukti, the modern Tirhut) L. (cf. licchavi)

nicchidra

   ni-cchidra wṛ. for niś-ch○, q.v

nicchivi

   nicchivi m. N. of one of the degraded castes sprung from the outcast or Vrātya Kshatriyas Mn. x, 22

niccheda

   niccheda wṛ. for nis-ch○, q.v

nij

   nij cl.2. Ā. niṅkte Dhātup.xxiv, 16 
   • /cl. 3.P.Ā. nenekti, nenikte (Intens.? 
   • below.) Dhātup. xxv, 11 (from the pres. stem only 2 pl. Impv. ninikta RV., p. nijāná ib., nije = ninije BhP. 
   • pf. nineja, ninije Gr 
   • fut, nekṣyati, nektā ib. 
   • aor. anijam, jan AV. 
   • anaikṣīt, nikṣi ib. 
   • ind. p. niktvā́ Br. 
   • -nijya ib. 
   • dat' inf. -nije. RV.), to wash, cleanse, purify (Ā. one's self) RV. ŚBr. &c 
   • to nourish Dhātup.: Pass. nijyate, to be washed &c. MBh.: Caus. nejayati Br. 
   • aor. anīnijat Gr.: Desid. ninikṣati Gr.: Inteus. nénekti, nenikté (cf. above 
   • Pot. neniyāt Mn. viii, 396 
   • nenijīsti, nenijyate Gr.), to wash (one's self). [Cf. Gk. ? for ? [Page 547, Column 1] ; Angl. Sax. nicor ; Germ. ṇix, ṇixe.] [547, 1]

≫ nikta

   niktá mfn. washed, cleansed, purified, sprinkled RV. ŚBr.

⋙ niktahasta

   ○hasta (○ktá), mfn. clean-handed RV.

nija

   ni-já mf(ā)n. (√jan) innate, native, of one's own party or country (with ripu m. an enemy in one's own country Hit. 
   • m. pl. one's own people Rājat.) 
   • constant, continual AV. Br. Mn. MBh. &c. (in later Sanskṛit used as a reflex. possess. pron. = sva, my own, his own, our own &c.)

⋙ nijakarman

   ○karman n. one's own work 
   • ○ma-bandhana mfn. fettered by one's own works MW.

⋙ nijaghāsa

   ○ghāsa m. 'devouring his own', N. of a demon Hariv.

⋙ nijadhṛti

   ○dhṛti f. N. of a river in Śāka-dviipa BhP.

⋙ nijapakṣa

   ○pakṣa m. one's own party or adherents Kathās.

⋙ nijamukta

   ○mukta mfn. liberated for ever Kap.

⋙ nijalābhapūrṇa

   ○lābha-pūrṇa mfn. engrossed in self-interest, self-satisfied MW.

⋙ nijavinoda

   ○vinoda m. N. of wk

⋙ nijaśatru

   ○śatru m. an enemy being in one's own self, an innate enemy R.

⋙ nijasva

   ○sva n. one's own property MW.

⋙ nijākṣaramīmāṃsā

   nijâkṣara-mīmāṃsā f. N. of wk

⋙ nijātmānandanātha

   nijâtmânanda-nātha m. N. of an author Cat.

⋙ nijānandānubhūtiprakaraṇa

   nijânandânubhūti-prakaraṇa n. N. of wk

⋙ nijārtham

   nijârtham ind. for one's own sake, for one's self MW.

nijaghni

   ni-jaghní mfn. (√han) striking down, overpowering RV.

nijānukā

   ni-jā́nukā f. shaking or trembling of the knees, TaittĀr

niji

   niji g. yavâdi 
   • -mat mfn. ib.

nijighṛkṣayat

   ni-jighṛkṣayat ni-grah above

nijuhnūṣu

   ni-juhnūṣu mfn. (Desid. of ni√hnu) wishing to conceal or deny W.

nijūrv

   ni-√jūrv P. -jūrvati, to consume by fire RV.

⋙ nijur

   ni-ḍjúr f. singeing, burning, destroying by fire RV. ii, 29, 6

niñj

   niñj cl. 2. Ā. niṅkte &c. nij

niṭala

   niṭala ○ṭāla, or ○ṭila n. the forehead Kāv.

⋙ niṭalākṣa

   niṭalâkṣa m. 'having an eye on the fṭforehead', N. of Śiva L.

⋙ niṭilataṭacumbita

   niṭila-taṭa-cumbita mfn. kissed on the forehead Daś.

⋙ niṭilākṣa

   niṭilâkṣa (cf. L.) or (cf. Daś.), m. N. of Śiva (cf. above)

⋙ niṭilekṣaṇa

   niṭiḍlékṣaṇa (cf. Daś.), m. N. of Śiva (cf. above)

niṭṭala

   niṭṭala m. N. of a family of Brāhmans Cat.

niḍīna

   ni-ḍīna n. (√ḍī) the downward flight or swoop of a bird or a partic. mode of flying MBh.

niṇik

   ni-ṇík ind. (prob. fr. ni and connected with ni-ṇya) secretly, mysteriously RV. iv, 5, 8

niṇḍikā

   niṇḍikā f. Ipomoea Turpethum L. (prob. wṛ. for tiṇḍ○ 
   • cf. tiṇṭī)

niṇya

   ni-ṇyá mfn. (fr. ni 
   • cf. ni-ṇík) interior, hidden, concealed, mysterious RV. 
   • n. a secret, mystery ib. 
   • (ám), ind. secretly, mysteriously ib.

nitatatapas

   nitatatapas ind. an onomatop. word to denote the speech of a stutterer Kāṭh.

nitan

   ni-√tan P. Ā. -tanoti, -tanute, to pervade, penetrate, pierce RV. 
   • cause to go or grow downwards AV. AitBr.

⋙ nitatni

   ni-ḍtatní f. N. of one of the 7 Kṛittikās TS.

⋙ nitatnī

   ni-ḍtatnī́ f. id. Kāṭh. 
   • a species of plant AV.

⋙ nitāna

   ni-ḍtāná m. the shoot (of a plant) which grows downwards AV. 
   • N. of a man with the patr. Māruta Kāṭh.

nitap

   ni-√tap P. -tapati, to emit heat downwards (impers., ChUP. vii, 11, 1) 
   • to consume by fire AV. ĀpŚr.

nitam

   ni-√tam Caus. -tamayati, to choke, suffocate Kāṭh.

⋙ nitānta

   ni-ḍtānta mfn. extraordinary, excessive, considerable, important 
   • ibc. and (am), ind. very much, in a high degree Kāv. &c 
   • -kathiṇa mfn. very hard Vikr. 
   • -rakta mfn. very red ib. 
   • -vṛkṣīya (v. l. ○ntâvṛ○) and ○ntīya mfn. g. utkarâdi

nitamba

   nitamba m. the buttocks or hinder parts (esp. of a woman 
   • mostly du 
   • ifc. f. ā 
   • -tā f.) 
   • (fig.) the ridge or side or swell of a mountain, the sloping bank or shore of a river MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • the shoulder L. [Page 547, Column 2] 
   • the sounding-board of the Vīṇā Kāv. 
   • a partic. position of the hands in dancing Cat. 
   • (ā), f. a form of Durgā Cat. 
   • -prabhava mfn. (river) coming from the slope of a mountain BhP.

⋙ nitambabimba

   ○bimba mfn. having Bimba-like round hips MW.

⋙ nitambamaya

   ○maya mf(ī)n. formed of or by buttocks Naish.

⋙ nitambavat

   ○vat mfn. having beautiful bṭbuttocks or hips, ? Vikr. Gīt. 
   • (ī), f. N. of a woman Daś.

⋙ nitambasthala

   ○sthala n. (cf. Ratnâv.)

⋙ nitambasthalī

   ○sthalī f. (cf. Bhartṛ.) the region of the buttocks or hips

⋙ nitambin

   nitambin mfn. having buttocks (mostly ifc., cf. su-n○) 
   • having beautiful hips Kālid. 
   • having beautiful sides (as a mountain) Rājat. 
   • (ī), f. a woman with large and handsome hips Kālid. Bhartṛ.

nitambhū

   nitambhū m. N. of a man MBh.

nitarām

   ni-tarā́m ind. (ni with the compar. suffix) downwards TBr. 
   • in a low tone, Śāṅkh. Br. 
   • completely, wholly, entirely 
   • by all means, at all events 
   • especially, in a high degree Kāv. Pur. 
   • explicitly Kull.

nitala

   ni-tala n. one of the 7 divisions of the lower regions Up. Pur.

nitikta

   ní-tikta mfn. (√tig) excited, roused up RV. x, 111, 9

⋙ nitikti

   ní-tikti ind. quickly, speedily ib. vi, 4, 5

nituṇḍa

   ni-tuṇḍa m. N. of a man (cf. naituṇḍi)

nitud

   ni-√tud P. Ā. -tudáti, ○te (-tundate RV. i, 58, 1 
   • [ní wṛ. for nú ?]), to pierce, penetrate RV. AV.

⋙ nitunna

   ni-ḍtunna punar-n○

⋙ nitoda

   ni-ḍtoda m. piercing, a hole KātyŚr.

⋙ nitodin

   ni-ḍtodín mfn. piercing, penetrating RV. AV.

nituś

   ni-tuś √1. Ā. -tośate, to drip down (trans. and intrans.), sprinkle, grant, distribute RV. 
   • to kill Naigh. ii, 19: Caus. -tośayati, to grant, distribute RV. viii, 55, 8 
   • to kill Naigh.

⋙ nitośana

   ni-ḍtóśana mfn. sprinkling, distributing, granter of (gen.) RV.

nitṛd

   ni-√tṛd P. Ā. -tṛṇatti, -tṛntte, to pierce, cleave, split AV.

nitṛp

   ni-√tṛp P. -tṛmpati RV. viii, 70, 10 (ná for ní ?)

nitṝ

   ni-√tṝ (-tiraḥ RV. viii, 32, 3 
   • -tāriṣaḥ, ix, 79, 5 
   • -tārīt, i, 152, 3), to dispel, subdue, overpower,

⋙ nitīraṇa

   ni-ḍtīraṇa n. decision L.

nitya

   nítya mf(ā)n. (fr. ni 
   • cf. ni-ja) innate, native MBh. iii, 13941 
   • one's own (opp. to araṇa) RV. 
   • continual, perpetual, eternal RV. &c. &c 
   • ifc. constantly dwelling or engaged in, intent upon, devoted or used to (cf. tapo-n○, dharma-n○, dhyāna-n○, śastra-n○) Mn. MBh. &c 
   • ordinary, usual, invariable, fixed, necessary, obligatory (opp. to kāmya, naimittika &c.)
   Br. ŚrS. Mn. &c. (with samāsa m. a compound the meaning of which is not expressed by its members when not compounded Pāṇ. 2-1, 3 Sch. 
   • with svarita m. = jātya, the independent Svarita TPrāt. ii, 8) 
   • m. the sea, ocean L. 
   • (ā), f. a plough-share Gal. 
   • N. of Durgā BrahmaP. 
   • of a Śakti Tantras. 
   • of the goddess Manasā L. 
   • n. constant and indispensable rite or act W. 
   • (am), ind. always, constantly, regularly, by all means RV. &c. &c. (na nityam, never 
   • nityam an-ādāta, never a receiver Mn. vi, 8)

⋙ nityakarman

   ○karman n. a constant act or duty (as observance of the 5 great acts of worship), any daily and necessary rite Jaim. Sch. 
   • N. of wk 
   • ○ma-paddhati, -prakāśikā, -latā f. -vidhi, m 
   • ○mânuṣṭhāna-krama m. N. of wks

⋙ nityakālam

   ○kālam ind. always, at all times Mn. ii, 58 ; 73

⋙ nityakṛtya

   ○kṛtya n. a regular and necessary act or ceremony Hit.

⋙ nityakriyā

   ○kriyā f. id 
   • N. of wk

⋙ nityagati

   ○gati mfn. moving continually MBh. 
   • m. wind, or the god of wind L.

⋙ nityajapavidhāna

   ○japa-vidhāna n. N. of wk

⋙ nityajāta

   ○jāta mfn. constantly born Bhag. ii, 26

⋙ nityajvara

   ○jvara m. uninterrupted fever L.

⋙ nityatarpaṇa

   ○tarpaṇa n. N. of wk

⋙ nityata

   ○ta f. perpetuity, continuance, continual repetition of (comp.) MBh. Suśr. 
   • necessity MārkP.

⋙ nityatva

   ○tva
   n. id. KātyŚr. Bhag. Suśr. &c

⋙ nityadā

   ○dā ind. always, perpetually, constantly MBh. BhP. (cf. g. svarādi)

⋙ nityadāna

   ○dāna n. daily alms-giving W. 
   • ○nâdipaddhati f. N. of wk

⋙ nityadhṛt

   ○dhṛt mfn. constantly bearing or maintaining 
   • observing daily duties (?) MW.

⋙ nityadhṛta

   ○dhṛta mfn. constantly maintained or kept up ŚāṅkhŚr.

⋙ nityanarta

   ○narta mfn. constantly dancing (Śiva) MBh.

⋙ nityanātha

   ○nātha m. N. of an author (also -siddha) Cat. [Page 547, Column 3] 

⋙ nityanaimittika

   ○naimittika n. (with or scil. karman) any regularly recurring occasional act or ceremony or any rite constantly performed to accomplish some object (as Śrāddhas at fixed lunar periods) W.

⋙ nityaparivṛta

   ○pari-vṛta m. N. of a Buddha

⋙ nityaparīkṣaṇa

   ○parī7kṣaṇa n. constant investigation or inspection MW.

⋙ nityapāda

   ○pāda m. = -nātha Cat.

⋙ nityapuṣṭa

   ○puṣṭa mf(ā)n. always well-supplied TĀr.

⋙ nityapūjā

   ○pūjā f. N. of wk 
   • -yantra n. a kind of amulet Cat.

⋙ nityapramudita

   ○pramudita mfn. always delighted or satisfied MBh.

⋙ nityaprayogaratnākara

   ○prayoga-ratnâkara m. N. of wk

⋙ nityapralaya

   ○pralaya m. the constant dissolution of living beings W.

⋙ nityabuddhi

   ○buddhi mfn. considering anything (loc.) as constant or eternal BhP.

⋙ nityabhāva

   ○bhā́va m. eternity Suśr.

⋙ nityamaya

   ○maya mf(ī)n. formed or consisting of anything eternal MBh.

⋙ nityamukta

   ○mukta mfn. emancipated for ever (-tva n.), Kap.

⋙ nityayātrā

   ○yātrā f. N. of wk

⋙ nityayukta

   ○yukta mfn. always busy or intent upon (loc.) Mn. Gaut.

⋙ nityayuj

   ○yuj mfn. having the mind always fixed upon one object BhP.

⋙ nityayauvana

   ○yauvana mfn. always young 
   • (ā), f. N. of Draupadī 
   • n. perpetual youth L.

⋙ nityartu

   ○rtu (for -ṛtu), mfn. regularly recurring at the seasons, annual MW.

⋙ nityalīlāsthāpana

   ○līlā-sthāpana n. N. of wk

⋙ nityavatsa

   ○vatsa (○tyá-), mf(ā)n. always possessing a calf AV. 
   • (ā), f. a partic. form of Sāma supplication Lāṭy. 
   • n. N. of sev. Sāmans ĀrshBr.

⋙ nityavarṣadeva

   ○varṣa-deva m. N. of a man L.

⋙ nityavitrasta

   ○vitrasta m. 'always scared', N. of an antelope Hariv.

⋙ nityavidhi

   ○vidhi m. N. of wk

⋙ nityavaikuṇṭha

   ○vaikuṇṭha m. N. of a partic. residence of Vishṇu in heaven BrahmaP.

⋙ nityavyaya

   ○vyaya mfn. always expending 
   • (ā), f. ever laying out MW.

⋙ nityavrata

   ○vrata n. a perpetual observance (lasting for life) Gobh.

⋙ nityaśaṅkita

   ○śaṅkita mfn. perpetually alarmed, always suspicious Hit.

⋙ nityaśaya

   ○śaya mfn. always sleeping or reclining MBh.

⋙ nityaśas

   ○śas ind. always, constantly, eternally Mn. MBh. &c

⋙ nityaśrāddha

   ○śrāddha n. a daily or constant Śrāddha RTL. 305

⋙ nityaśrī

   ○śrī mfn. of lasting beauty Bhām.

⋙ nityasaṃhṛṣṭa

   ○saṃhṛṣṭa mfn. always exulting or triumphant 
   • always rivalling one another (cf. saṃghṛṣṭa) MW.

⋙ nityasaṃnyāsin

   ○saṃnyāsin m. always an ascetic Bhag.

⋙ nityasama

   ○sama m. the assertion that all things remain the same Sarvad.

⋙ nityasamāsa

   ○samāsa m. above

⋙ nityasiddha

   ○siddha mfn. 'ever perfect', a Jaina predicate of the soul MW.

⋙ nityasevaka

   ○sevaka mfn. always serving others Pañc.

⋙ nityastotra

   ○stotra (ní○), mfn. receiving perpetual praise RV.

⋙ nityastha

   ○stha mfn. always abiding in (loc.) MBh.

⋙ nityasnāyin

   ○snāyin mfn. constantly bathing or making ablutions Vishṇ. Hit.

⋙ nityasvādhyāyin

   ○svâdhyāyin mfn. always engaged in the study of the Veda (○yi-tā f.) MBh.

⋙ nityahotṛ

   ○hotṛ (ní○), mfn. always sacrificing RV.

⋙ nityahoma

   ○homa perpetual sacrifice, in -prāyaścitta n. -vidhi, m. ○mâdi-prakīrṇaka n. ○mâdi-vidhi m. N. of wks

⋙ nityāgnihotra

   nityâgnihotra n. N. of wk

⋙ nityācāra

   nityâcāra m. constant good conduct 
   • -pradīpa and -vidhi m. N. of wks

⋙ nityātantra

   nityātantra n. N. of wk

⋙ nityānadhyāya

   nityânadhyāya m. invariable suspension of repetition of the Vedas (as on the day of full moon &c.) W.

⋙ nityānanda

   nityânanda m. 'eternal happiness', N. of sev. authors (also -nātha, -mano'bhirāma, -rāma, -śarman, ○dânucara and ○dâśrama) 
   • -yugalâṣṭaka n. N. of wk 
   • -rasa m. 'essence of eternal joy', N. of a partic. medic. preparation Rasar. 
   • -rasôdadhi m. 'ocean of the essṭessence &c.', God MW.

⋙ nityānitya

   nityânitya mfn. eternal and perishable, permanent and temporary W.

⋙ nityānugṛhīta

   nityânugṛhīta mfn. constantly maintained or kept (fire) ĀśvGṛ.

⋙ nityānubaddha

   nityânubaddha mfn. always approached or resorted to 
   • (ā), f. (with devatā) tutelary deity Divyâv.

⋙ nityānuṣṭhānapūjāpaddhati

   nityânuṣṭhānapūjā-paddhati f

⋙ nityānusaṃdhāna

   nityânusaṃdhāna n

⋙ nityānnadānamāhātmya

   nityânna-dāna-māhātmya n. N. of wks

⋙ nityāyukta

   nityâyukta m. 'always active', N. of a Bodhisattva Lalit. (cf. ○tyôdy○ below)

⋙ nityārādhana

   nityârādhana n. -krama and -vidhi m. N. of wks

⋙ nityāritra

   nityâritra (ní○), mf(ā)n. having its own oars (as a ship), moving by itself. RV.

⋙ nityārthasāmānyapañcapaṭhī

   nityârtha-sāmānyapañcapaṭhī f. N. of wk

⋙ nityotkṣiptahasta

   nityôtkṣiptahasta m. 'who always raises his hand', N. of a Bodhi-sattva L.

⋙ nityotsava

   nityôtsava m. (ibc.) constant or regular festivals R. 
   • N. of wk. (also -vidhi, m.)

⋙ nityodaka

   nityôdaka (cf. KātyŚr.) and mfn. always furnished with water

⋙ nityodakin

   nityôdaḍkin (ŚāṅkhGṛ), mfn. always furnished with water

⋙ nityodita

   nityôdita mfn. risen by itself (as knowledge) Bhartṛ. 
   • m. a partic. medic. preparation Rasêndrac. 
   • N. of a man Kathās.

⋙ nityodyukta

   nityôdyukta m. 'always energetic', N. of a Bodhi-sattva (cf. nityây○)

nid 1

   nid √nind and √2. ned

≫ nid 2

   níd f. mocking, ridiculing, contempt 
   • mocker, scoffer, blamer, enemy RV. [Page 548, Column 1] 

⋙ nidā

   nídā f. blame, contempt ib. 1

⋙ nidāna

   nidāná mfn. reproached, ridiculed ib.

⋙ nidyamāna

   nidyámāna mfn. id. ib.

⋙ nedya

   nedya á-nedya

nida

   nida m. or n. poison, venom L.

nidaṇḍa

   ni-daṇḍa mfn. one who has laid down the stick (i.e. does not use force, cf. nyasta-d○) Pāṇ. 6-2, 192 Kāś.

nidatta

   ni-datta or nītta mfn. fr. ni- √1. dā Pāṇ. 6-3, 124 Sch. Kārikā. on vii, 4, 47

nidadru

   nidadru m. a man L. (according to W. fr. nida + dru)

nidarśaka

   ni-darśaka ○śana, &c. ni-√dṛś

nidah

   ni-√dah P. -dahati (Pass. -dahyate MBh. 
   • aor. -dhakṣi RV.), to burn down, consume by fire

⋙ nidāgha

   ni-ḍdāghá m. (g. nyaṅkv-ādi) heat, warmth, the hot season (May and June), summer ŚBr. MBh. &c 
   • internal heat, Ṛit. i, 4 
   • sweat, perspiration L. 
   • N. of a man (pl. of his descendants, g. upakâdi) 
   • of a son of Pulastya VP. 
   • -kara m. 'heat-causer' or 'hot-rayed', the sun L. 
   • -kāla m. the 'time of heat', summer MBh. Kāv. 
   • -dhāman m. 'having hot radiance' or 'abode of heat', the sun Śiś. i, 24 
   • -ruci m. 'hot-rayed', id. Kāv. 
   • -vārṣika mfn. (months) belonging to the hot and the rainy season MBh. vii, 1311 
   • -sindhu m. a river in hot weather, one nearly dry W. 
   • ○ghâvadhi m. the hot season Ragh. xvi, 52

nidā

   ni-dā √4. P. -dyati, to bind on, fasten RV.

⋙ nidātṛ

   ni-ḍdātṛ́ m. one who fastens or ties up RV. viii, 61, 5

⋙ nidāna

   ni-ḍdā́na n. a band, rope, halter RV. vi, 32, 6 MBh. 
   • a first or primary cause (cf. ni-bandhana) RV. x, 114, 2 Br. Kāṭh. 
   • original form or essence (ena ind. originally, essentially, properly) Br. 
   • (with Buddh.) a cause of existence (12 in number) MWB. 56 ; 103 
   • any cause or motive Divyâv. 
   • the cause of a disease and enquiry into it, pathology (= nidāna-sthāna, q.v.) L. 
   • = nidāna-sūtra Cat. 
   • cessation, end L. 
   • purification, correctness L. 
   • claiming the reward of penitential acts L. 
   • -tattva n. -pradīpa m. N. of wks 
   • -vat (nidā́na-), mfn. funded on a cause, essential TBr. Kāṭh. 
   • -vid mfn. knowing the causes or symptoms of a disease BhP. 
   • -saṃgraha m. N. of a medic. wk 
   • -sūtra n. N. of wk. on metres and Vedic Stomas 
   • -sthāna, ī. the subject of the causes of diseases, pathology (one of the 5 departments of medic. science) Suśr. 
   • -dānârthakara mfn. operating as a cause Bhpr.

⋙ nidita

   ni-ḍdita (ní-), mfn. bound, fettered RV. v, 2, 7 
   • hidden, concealed ib. viii, 92, 11

nidāgha

   ni-dāgha ni-dah

nidigdha

   ní-digdha mfn. (√dih) smeared plastered 
   • clinging to ŚBr. 
   • heaped or piled up L. 
   • (ā), f. cardamoms

⋙ nidigdigdhikā

   ní-digḍdigdhikā f. Solanum Jacquini Suśr. (cf. nir-dagdhikā and nir-digdh○) 
   • cardamoms L.

nididrāsu

   ni-didrāsu under ni-drā, col. 2

nididhyāsana

   ni-didhyāsana ni-dhyai

nidiś

   ni-√diś P. -diśati, to direct, order, point out &c. (only in deriv.)

⋙ nidiṣṭa

   ni-ḍdiṣṭa mfn. (cf. Pañc. v. 11/12), wṛ. for nir-d○

⋙ nideśa

   ni-ḍdeśa m. order, command, direction (○śaṃ-√kṛ, or pālaya or upa-pālaya or ○śe-√vṛt or √sthā, to execute orders, be obedient) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • talk, conversation L. 
   • vicinity, neighbourhood (e ind. near, close by Kull. on Mn. ii, 197 
   • others 'in a lower place') 
   • = bhājana L. 
   • kārin, -kṛt, -bhāj, -vartin mfn. executing the orders of, obedient to (gen. or comp.) MBh. &c

⋙ nideśin

   ni-ḍdeśin mfn. showing, directing, pointing out W. 
   • (inī), f. region, quarter, point of the compass L.

⋙ nideśya

   ni-ḍdeśya mfn. to be ordered or told MW.

⋙ nideṣṭṛ

   ni-ḍdeṣṭṛ m. who or what points out or orders 
   • explaining, advising, commanding W.

nidī

   ni-dī √2. (Impv. -didīhi RV. i, 113, 7), to shine down upon, bestow anything (acc.) on (dat.) by shining down

niduśa

   niduśa m. a fish L.

nidṛś

   ni-√dṛś Caus. -darśayati, to cause to see, show, point out, introduce, indicate MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • to impart knowledge, teach, instruct, advise ib. [Page 548, Column 2] 
   • to announce, proclaim BhP. 
   • to show one's self i.e. to appear (in a vision) to (acc.) Hariv.

⋙ nidarśaka

   ni-ḍdarśaka mfn. seeing into, perceiving MBh. 
   • proclaiming, announcing ib. Daś.

⋙ nidarśana

   ni-ḍdarśana mf(ī)n. pointing to, showing, indicating, announcing, proclaiming, teaching Hariv. BhP. 
   • suiting, pleasing (sarva-loka-nid○ 
   • v. l. ○ka-nidarśin and -vidarśin) R. ii, 108, 18 
   • (ā), f. a partic. form of a simile or comparison (e.g. Ragh. i, 2) Kpr. Sāh. &c 
   • n. seeing, view, appearance, sight, vision (cf. svapna-nid○) MBh. Suśr. &c 
   • pointing to, showing, indicating Mn. MBh. 
   • proof, evidence Pañc. 
   • instance, example, illustration ŚrS. Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c. (-tva n. Naish. 
   • ○nârtham ind. for instance MBh.) 
   • refutation of a stated argument Sāh. 
   • N. of the third member of a complete syllogism (= udāharaṇa) MW. 
   • a prognostic, sign, mark, omen MBh. Hariv. Suśr. (ifc. f. ā, showing, betraying R.) 
   • a scheme, system Suśr. 
   • injunction, precept, ordinance, authority, text W.

⋙ nidarśayitavya

   ni-ḍdarśayitavya mfn. to be pointed out or put forth or shown Pat.

⋙ nidarśita

   ni-ḍdarśita mfn. shown, presented, offered (as a seat) Rājat. 
   • illustrated, exemplified Mn. MBh. &c

⋙ nidarśin

   ni-ḍdarśin mfn. seeing, having an insight into, familiar with, knowing MBh. 
   • suiting, pleasing (v. l. nidarśana 
   • above.)

nideśa

   ni-deśa ni-diś above

nidrā

   ni-drā √1. (or √drai), P. Ā. -drāyati, ○te (-drāti Sāntiś. 
   • pf. -dadrau Naish.), to fall asleep, sleep, slumber ŚBr. MBh. Kāv. &c

⋙ nidrā

   ni-ḍdrā́ f. sleep, slumber, sleepiness, sloth RV. MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • the budding state of a flower (hence ○drāṃ-√tyaj, to bloom) ŚārṅgP. 
   • a mystic. N. of the letter bh Up. 
   • -kara mfn. making sleepy Hariv. Suśr. 
   • -kṣaṇa m. or n. a moment of sleep BhP. 
   • -"ṣgama (○drâg○), approach or time of sleep, Śāntiś 
   • -caura m. stealer of sleep Mṛicch. 
   • -"ṣtura (○drât○), mfn. sleepy, languid Cat. 
   • -daridra mfn. suffering from want of sleep Vcar. 
   • m. N. of a poet Cat. 
   • -daridrī-√kṛ, to deprive of sleep Kpr. 
   • -druh (mfn. nom. dhruk Pāṇ. 8-2, 37 
   • cf. Vām. v, 2, 88), disturbing sleep 
   • -"ṣntarita (○drânt○). mfn. asleep Pañc. 
   • -"ṣndha (○drân○), mfn. blind with sleep, dead asleep, fast asleep MBh. 
   • -bhaṅga m. rousing from sleep, awaking W. 
   • -"ṣbhibhūta (○drâbh○), mfn. subdued by sleep, sleeping Suśr. 
   • -maya mf(ī)n. consisting in sleep Hariv. 
   • -yoga m. a state of such deep meditation as to resemble sleep ib. (cf. yoganidrā) 
   • m light sleep, doze L. 
   • -"ṣlasa (○drâl○), mf(ā)n. slothful from drowsiness, fast asleep Hit. 
   • -"ṣlasya (○drâl○), n. sleepiness, long sleeping MBh. Var. 
   • -vaśa mfn. overpowered by sleep Vet. 
   • -vṛkṣa m. 'sleep-plant', darkness L. 
   • -saṃjanana n. 'producing sleep', phlegm, the phlegmatic humour L.

⋙ nidrāṇa

   ni-ḍdrāṇa mfn. asleep, sleeping Rājat. 
   • shut up, closed (as a blossom) L.

⋙ nidrāt

   ni-ḍdrāt mf(ātī, or āntī)n. sleeping MBh. &c

⋙ nidrāyamāṇa

   ni-ḍdrāyamāṇa mfn. d. Hariv.

⋙ nidrālu

   ni-ḍdrālu mfn. sleeping, sleepy, drowsy Yājñ. MBh. Suśr. &c 
   • m. N. of Vishṇu L. 
   • f. Solanum Melongena L. 
   • = vana-barbarikā L. 
   • a kind of perfume L. 
   • -tva n. sleepiness, drowsiness L.

⋙ nidrita

   ni-ḍdrita mfn. sleeping, asleep Naish. (cf. g. tārakâdi) 
   • -vat mfn. one who has slept ib. Sch.

≫ nididrāsu

   ni-didrāsu (fr. Desid.) wishing to sleep, sleepy Rājat. viii, 2130 (printed vinidr○)

nidhana 1

   ni-dhana mfn. (for 2. col. 3) having no property, poor L.

⋙ nidhanatā

   ○tā f. poverty Mṛicch. i, 13 Hit. i. 128

nidhā

   ni-dhā √1. P. Ā. -dadhāti, -dhatte, to put or lay down, deposit, lay up, preserve (Ā. for one's self) 
   • to intrust, commit, present to (dat. or loc.) 
   • put into, fix in (loc., or loc. with antár, or antar ifc.) RV. &c. &c 
   • put or lay before a person (dat.) KenUp. 
   • (with bhūmau Hit.] or avaṭe [R.]) to bury 
   • with śirasi, rarely ○sā) to esteem highly R. Kālid. Pañc. 
   • (with dṛśam) to fix the eyes upon (loc.) Kathās. 
   • (with manas) to fix or direct the thoughts upon or towards i.e. resolve, determine to (dat.) Hariv. 
   • (with manasi, ○sā, or hṛdaye) to keep in mind, bear in mind, remember, lay to heart Kāv. Pur. 
   • (with hṛdayam) to give one's heart to (loc.) 
   • (with ātmānam) to intrust one's self to (loc.) Kathās. 
   • (with kriyām) to take pains with (loc.) Hit. 
   • (with karmaṇi) to appoint a person to a work Rājat. 
   • to keep down, restrain Kāv. Pur. 
   • to end, close ŚBr.: Pass. -dhīyate, to be put or laid down &c 
   • to be contained or situated or absorbed in, to rest in (loc.) RV. AV. &c. &c.: Caus. -dhāpayati, to cause to be put or laid down &c. Vait. R. Hcat. [Page 548, Column 3] 
   • to cause to be deposited or preserved Mn. viii, 30 
   • to lay up, preserve Car. 
   • to appoint BhP.: Desid. -dhitsate, to intend to put down &c. Naish.: Intens. nídedhyat (?), to settle down VS. MaitrS.

⋙ nidhana

   ni-ḍdhána (for 1. col. 2), n. (m. only Hariv. 4846 
   • g. ardharcâdi) settling down, residence or place of rṭresidence, domicile, receptacle AV. Suśr. BhP. 
   • conclusion, end, death, destruction, loss, annihilation Mn. Var. MBh. &c 
   • (in music) the concluding passage of a Sāman which is sung in chorus 
   • any finile AV. TS. Br. &c 
   • N. of the 8th mansion Var. 
   • race, family L. 
   • m. the head of a family W. 
   • (ā), f. pl. N. of partic. verses or formulas Kauś. 
   • -kāma n. N. of sev. Sāmans TāṇḍBr. Lāṭy. 
   • -kārin mfn. causing death, destroying W. 
   • -kriyā f. a funeral ceremony Hariv. 
   • -pati m. lord of the end or of destruction TĀr. 
   • -bhūta mfn. (in music) forming a finale Lāṭy. 
   • -vat (○dhána-), mfn. having a finale VS. TāṇḍBr. &c 
   • -sūtra n. -sūtra-vṛtti f. N. of wks 
   • ○nôttama m. N. of Śiva R. 2

⋙ nidhā

   ni-ḍdhā́ f. a net or snare RV. 
   • -pati (○dhā́-), m. possessor or bearer of snares ib.

⋙ nidhātavya

   ni-ḍdhātavya mfn. to be put down or deposited or concealed or delivered or directed towards Mn. MBh. &c

⋙ nidhātṛ

   ni-ḍdhātṛ́ m. one who lays down i.e. imprints or leaves (a footmark) RV. v, 30, 2

⋙ nidhātos

   ni-ḍdhātos (ní-), abl. inf. (with ā) to the end, until death RV.

⋙ nidhāna

   ni-ḍdhā́na n. putting or laying down, depositing, keeping, preserving KātyŚr. MBh. &c 
   • laying aside (cf. daṇḍa-n○) 
   • placing (the sacrificial fire) KātyŚr. 
   • place for depositing anything, receptacle (rarely m 
   • ifc. f. ī 
   • cf. garbha-n○) RV. &c. &c 
   • a place of cessation or rest W. 
   • anything laid up, a store, hoard, treasure (esp. the tṭtreasure or Kubera) Mn. Mṛicch. Ragh. &c. (-tā f. Jātakam.) 
   • (ī), f. N. of a formula TBr. ĀpŚr. 
   • mfn. containing anything (gen.) in itself TĀr. 
   • -kumbha m. a pot or jar containing a treasure Sāh. 
   • ○nī-√kṛ, to pile up Hcar. 
   • ○nêśa m. 'lord of treasure', a Yaksha Śatr.

⋙ nidhānaka

   ni-ḍdhānaka mfn. g. ṛśyâdi

⋙ nidhānya

   ni-ḍdhānyá mfn. fit for being laid or put down RV.

⋙ nidhāpaka

   ni-ḍdhāpaka m. (fr. Caus.) one who causes a weapon to be put down (?) 
   • burnt timber 
   • charcoal 
   • the castor oil plant W.

⋙ nidhāpya

   ni-ḍdhāpya ind. (fr. Caus.) having caused to be placed or fixed in, having installed or appointed MW.

⋙ nidhāya

   ni-ḍdhāya ind. having fixed or placed in or on 
   • with manasi, fixing or laying up in the mind 
   • reflecting Hit.

⋙ nidhāyam

   ni-ḍdhāyam ghṛta-n○

⋙ nidhi

   ni-ḍdhí iu. setting down or serving up (food, &c.) RV. i. 183, 4 &c 
   • the bottom of the Ukhā ŚBr. 
   • a place for deposits or storing up, a receptacle (esp. apāṃ nidhi, r○ of waters, the ocean, sea, also N. of a Sāman 
   • kalānāṃ n○, the full moon) MBh. Kāv. &c 
   • a store, hoard, treasure RV. &c. &c. (in later language esp. the divine treasures belonging to Kubera, nine of which are enumerated, viz. Padma, Mahāpadma, Śaṅkha, Makara, Kacchapa, Mukunda, Nanda, Nīla and Kharva, they are also personified as attendants either of Kubera or of Lakshmī 
   • cf. nidhi-datta and -pālita below) 
   • the sea L. 
   • (with daiva) the science of chronology ChUp. vii, 1, 2 (Saṃk.) 
   • N. of a partic. medic. plant (= jīvikā) L. 
   • a kind of perfume (= nalikā) L. 
   • -guhyakâdhipa m. 'lord of the treasures and Guhyakas', Kubera Kir. v, 20 
   • -gopá m. guardian of treasure ŚBr. 
   • -datta m. N. of a merchant Kathās. 
   • -dīpikā f. N. of wk 
   • -nātha m. 'lord of treasure', N. of Kubera L. 
   • of an author Cat. 
   • -pa m. = -gopa Mn. MBh. 
   • any guardian or protector (as yajñasya, vedasya) ĀśvGṛ. i, 22, 21 
   • -pati (○dhí-), m. lord of treasure AV. VS. 
   • N. of Kubera Hariv. 
   • of a rich merchant Vet. 
   • -pati-datta m. N. of a merchant Daś. 
   • -pā́ (cf. AV. TBr.), -pāla (cf. MBh.), m. guardian of treasure 
   • -pālita m. N. of a merchant Daś. 
   • -prabhu m. lord of treasures, N. of Kubera MW. 
   • -bhṛt m. bearer of treasure, id. Dharmaśarm. 
   • -mát mfn. containing treasure or forming a store, abundant RV. 
   • -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of treasure Hcar. 
   • -rāma m. N. of an author Cat. 
   • -vāda m. the art of finding treasure Kād. 
   • -vāsa m. 'place of treasure', N. of a town L. 
   • ○dhī7śa (-tva n. R.), ○dhī7śvara (cf. Dharmaśarm.), m. 'lord of treasure', N. of Kubera 
   • ○dhy-arthin mfn. seeking treasure MW.

⋙ nidheya

   ni-ḍdheya mfn. to be placed in or on, to be deposited or kept or preserved Hariv. Car. &c

⋙ nihita

   nihita s.v. p. 564

nidhāraya

   n