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phalodgama

  1. phalôdgama m. pl. development of fruits Bhartṛ.

phaloddeśa

  1. phalôddeśa m. regard to results W.

phalodbhava

  1. phalôdbhava mfn. obtained or derived from fruit Suśr.

phalonmukha

  1. phalônmukha mfn. being about to give fṭfruit Mcar.

phalopagama

  1. phalôpagama mfn. bearing fruit Vishṇ.

phalopajīvin

  1. phalôpajīvin mfn. living by the cultivation or sale of fruit R.

phalopabhoga

  1. phalôpabhoga m. enjoyment of fruit, partaking of reward or of the consequences of anything Kap.

phalopeta

  1. phalôpêta mfn. possessing fruit, yielding fruit MW.

phalaka

  1. phalaka (ifc., f. ikā) = phala, fruit, result, gain (-tva n.) Kull. on Mn. ii, 146
  2. • menstruation (cf. nava-phalikā)
  3. • (phálaka), n. (m., g. ardharcâdi
  4. • ifc. f. ā) a board, lath, plank, leaf. bench Br. GṛŚrS., &c
  5. • a slab or tablet (for writing or painting on
  6. • also = page, leaf) Kāv. Yājñ. Sch. Lalit.
  7. • a picture (= citra-ph○). Mṛicch. iv, 3/4
  8. • a gamingboard (cf. śāri-ph○)
  9. • a wooden bench MBh.
  10. • a slab at the base (of a pedestal
  11. • cf. sphaṭika-ph○)
  12. • any flat surface (often in comp. with parts of the body, applied to broad flat bones, cf. aṃsa-, phaṇā-, lalāṭa-ph○ &c.)
  13. • the palm of the hand ŚBr.
  14. • the buttocks L.
  15. • the top or head of an arrow Kull. on Mn. vii, 90
  16. • a shield MBh.
  17. • bark (as a material for clothes) MBh. Hariv.
  18. • the pericarp of a lotus Śiś.
  19. • = -yantra Gol.
  20. • a layer W.
  21. • the stand on which a monk keeps his turban Buddh.
  22. • m. Mesua Roxburghī L.
  23. • (ā or ikā), f. See below

phalakaparidhāna

  1. ○paridhāna n. putting on a bark garment MBh.

phalakapāṇi

  1. ○pāṇi m. a soldier armed with a shield L.

phalakapura

  1. ○pura n. N. of a town in the east of India Pāṇ. 6-2, 101 (cf. phala-pura)

phalakayantra

  1. ○yantra n. an astronomical instrument invented by Bhās-kara Gol.

phalakasaktha

  1. ○saktha n. a thigh like a board Pāṇ. 5-4, 98 Sch. [Page 717, Column ]

phalakākhyayantra

  1. phalakâkhya-yantra n. = ○ka-yantra Gol.

phalakāvana

  1. phalakāvana n. N. of a forest sacred to Sarasvatī Cat. (○kī-vana MBh.)

phalakāsādana

  1. phalakâsādana n. the obtaining or reaching a plank (said of a drowning person) Ratnâv.

phalakā

  1. phalakā f. vḷ. for halakā g. prêkṣâdi

phalakin

  1. phalakin mfn. having a board or a shield L.
  2. • vḷ. for halakin g. prêkṣâdi
  3. • m. a wooden bench (vḷ. phalaka) MBh.
  4. • a kind of fish L.
  5. • (prob. n.) sandal-wood L.
  6. • (inī), f. a plank Divyâv.

phalana

  1. phalana n. bearing fruit or producing consequences W.

phalasa

  1. phalasa mfn. (fr. phala), g. tṛṇâdi
  2. • m. the bread-fruit or Jaka tree (= panasa) L.

phalahaka

  1. phalahaka m. a plank, board (= phalaka) Kathās. Rājat. (others 'N. of a place')

phalahī

  1. phalahī f. the cotton tree, cotton plant L.

phalāya

  1. phalāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be the fruit or result of Daś. (phálāyetām wṛ. for pál○ MaitrS.)

phali

  1. phali m. a kind of fish (= phalakin) L.
  2. • a bowl or cup, Śīl

phalika

  1. phalika mfn. (ifc.) enjoying the reward for MBh.
  2. • m. a mountain L.

phalikā

  1. phalikā f. Dolichos Lablab or Thespesia Populneoides L.

phalita

  1. phalita mfn. bearing or yielding fruit, producing consequences, fruitful, successful, fulfilled, developed, accomplished MBh. Kāv. &c. (n. impers. with instr. 'fruit was borne by' Rājat. Hit.)
  2. • resulting as a consequence Pat.
  3. • m. a tree (esp. a fruit tree) L.
  4. • (ā), f. a menstruous woman L.
  5. • n. a fragrant resin (= śaileya) L. (prob. wṛ. for palita)

phalitavya

  1. phalitavya n. (impers.) fruit should be borne by (instr.) MBh.

phalin

  1. phalín mfn. bearing or yielding fruit, fruitful (met. = productive of results or consequences) RV. &c. &c
  2. • reaping advantage, successful AV.
  3. • having an iron point (as an arrow) Ragh.
  4. • m. a fruit tree MBh.
  5. • (inī), f. a species of plant (= agni-śikhā or priyaṅgu) L.
  6. • (with yoni) the vagina injured by too violent sexual intercourse Suśr.

phalīśa

  1. phalī7śa m. Thespesia Populneoides L.

phalina

  1. phalina mfn. bearing fruit Mālatīm. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 122 Vārtt. 4 Pat.)
  2. • m. the bread-fruit tree L.

phalī

  1. phalī in comp. for phala

phalīkaraṇa

  1. ○káraṇa n. separating the grain from the husks, cleansing of grain KātyŚr. Sch.
  2. • m. pl. chaff (of rice) or smallest grains Br. GṛŚrS.
  3. • (sg.) BhP.
  4. • -homá m. an oblation of chaff or smallest grains TBr. ĀpŚr.

phalīkāra

  1. ○kāra m. pl. = prec. m. pl. BhP.

phalīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. -karoti (Ved. inf. phalī́-kartavaí), to separate the fruit or grain from the husks, thresh, winnow Br. GṛŚrS.

phalīkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. threshed, winnowed ŚBr.

phalībhū

  1. ○√bhū P. -bhavati, to obtain fruit or reward Mṛicch. Sch.

phalīya

  1. phalīya mfn. (fr. phala), g. utkarâdi

phalya

  1. phalya n. a flower, bud L.

phāla

  1. phā́la m. (or n. L.) a ploughshare RV. Kāṭh. Kauś. Yājñ.
  2. • a kind of hoe or shovel R.
  3. • a bunch or bundle Naish.
  4. • a nosegay Bālar.
  5. • a jump Vcar. HPariś.
  6. • the core of a citron L.
  7. • N. of Śiva L.
  8. • of Bala-rāma L.
  9. • n. a garment of cotton A.
  10. • a ploughed field ib.
  11. • = (or wṛ. for) bhāla, the forehead Cat.
  12. • mf(ī)n. made of cotton L.

phālakuddālalāṅgalin

  1. ○kuddālalāṅgalin mfn. furnished with a hoe and a spade and a plough R.

phālakṛṣṭa

  1. ○kṛṣṭa mfn. tilled with the plough MBh.
  2. • growing on arable land, produced by cultivation (opp. to āraṇya) Kāṭh.
  3. • m. or n. a ploughed or cultivated soil Mn. Gaut.
  4. • m. fruit grown on a cotton soil ŚāṅkhBr. Mn. Yājñ.

phālakhelā

  1. ○khelā f. a quail L. (cf. phaṇi- and phala-khela)

phālagupta

  1. ○gupta m. 'ploughshare-defended', N. of Bala-rāma L. (cf. halâyudha)

phālacamasa

  1. ○camasa n. (?) a partic. part of the ploughshare Kauś.

phāladatī

  1. ○datī f. 'ploughshare-toothed', N. of a female demon Pāṇ. 5-4, 143 Sch.

phālāhata

  1. phālâhata mfn. 'ploughshare-struck', ploughed Yājñ. ii, 158

phālita

  1. phālita mfn. expanded, blown MBh. (cf. Nīlak.)

phālīkaraṇa

  1. phālīkaraṇa mfn. (fr. phalī-k○) made of husks or the smallest grains ŚāṅkhBr.

phulti

  1. phulti f. full expansion or perfection (?) Pāṇ. 7-4, 89 Sch.

phulla

  1. phulla mf(ā)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-4, 89 ; viii, 2, 55) split or cleft open, expanded, blown (as a flower) MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. • abounding in flowers, flowery ib.
  3. • opened wide, dilated (as eyes) Pañcat.
  4. • puffed inflated (as cheeks) Bālar.
  5. • loose (as a garment) Mṛicch.
  6. • beaming, smiling (as a face) Kāvyâd.
  7. • m. N. of a saint Cat.
  8. • (prob.) n. a full-blown flower KālP.
  9. • Nom. P. phullati (cf. Dhātup. xv, 24) to open, expand, blow (as a flower) MBh. [Page 718, Column ]

phullatubarī

  1. ○tubarī f. alum L.

phulladāman

  1. ○dāman n. a kind of metre Chandom.

phulladṛṣṭi

  1. ○dṛṣṭi

phullanayana

  1. ○nayana and mfn. having eyes dilated (with joy), smiling, happy W.

phullanetra

  1. ○netra mfn. having eyes dilated (with joy), smiling, happy W.

phullanalinī

  1. ○nalinī f. a lotus plant in full bloom Mṛicch.

phullapadmotpalavat

  1. ○padmôtpala-vat mfn. abounding in full-blown lotus flowers of various kinds R.

phullapura

  1. ○pura n. N. of a town Rājat.

phullaphāla

  1. ○phāla m. the wind raised in winnowing corn L. (cf. phalla, phala)

phullalocana

  1. ○locana mfn. = -dṛṣṭi
  2. • m. 'full-eyed', a kind of antelope L.
  3. • n. a large full eye W.

phullavat

  1. ○vat mfn. expanded, blossoming blowing Pāṇ. 8-2, 35 Sch.

phullavadana

  1. ○vadana mfn. 'smiling-faced', looking pleased or happy W.

phullasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. N. of wk

phullāmbikā

  1. phullâmbikā f. N. of a woman Cat.

phullāraṇyamāhātmya

  1. phullâraṇya-māhātmya n. N. of ch. of AgP.

phullotpala

  1. phullôtpala n. 'having blooming lotus flowers', N. of a lake Hit.

phullaka

  1. phullaka m. a worm or a snake L.

phullana

  1. phullana mfn. (ifc.) puffing up, inflating Vcar.

phulli

  1. phulli f. expanding, blossoming W.

phullita

  1. phullita mfn. expanded, blown L.

phalaya

  1. phalaya m. N. of a mountain Cat.

phalasatīṇa

  1. phalasatīṇa m. or n. (?) N. of country (Palestine?) Cat.

phalāyoṣit

  1. phalāyoṣit f. a cricket L. (cf. phaḍiṅgā)

phaliga

  1. phaligá (cf. Padap. ○li-gá), m. (prob.) a cask or leather-bag or anything to hold fluids (applied to clouds or water-receptacles in mountains) RV.

phalūṣa

  1. phalūṣa m. a species of creeper L.

phalelāṅku

  1. phalelāṅku n. = puñjātuka (?) L.

phaloni

  1. phaloni (!), f. pudenda muliebria L.

phalka

  1. phalka mfn. one who has an expanded or extended body (= visāritâṅga) L.
  2. • = viśodhitâṅka (?) L.

phalgu

  1. phalgú mf([�'U], or vii)n. reddish, red TS.
  2. • small, minute, feeble, weak, pithless, unsubstantial, insignificant, worthless, unprofitable, useless VS. &c. &c
  3. • f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.
  4. • a red powder usually of the √of wild ginger (coloured with sappan wood and thrown over one another by the Hindūs at the Holī festival
  5. • cf. phalgū7tsava) W.
  6. • the spring season L.
  7. • (scil. vāc) a falsehood lie L.
  8. • N. of a river flowing Past Gayā MBh. Hariv.
  9. • du. (in astrol.) N. of a Nakshatra

phalgutā

  1. ○tā f. (cf. MBh.),

phalgutva

  1. ○tva n. (cf. Mn.) worthlessness, vanity, insignificance

phalgutīrtha

  1. ○tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathingplace near Gayā Vishṇ.

phalguda

  1. ○da mfn. 'giving little avaricious BhP.
  2. • (ā), f. N. of a river (= phalgu) Pur.

phalguprāsaha

  1. ○prāsaha (○gú-), m. of little strength ŚBr.

phalgurakṣita

  1. ○rakṣita m. N. of a man HPariś.

phalguvāṭikā

  1. ○vāṭikā f. Ficus Oppositifolia L.

phalguvṛnta

  1. ○vṛnta m. a species of Symplocos L.

phalguvṛntāka

  1. ○vṛntāka m. a species of Calosanthes L.

phalguśrāddha

  1. ○śrāddha n. a kind of Śrāddha RTL. 312

phalguhastinī

  1. ○hastinī f. N. of a poetess Cat.

phalgūtsava

  1. phalgū7tsava m. the vernal festival commonly called Holī (cf. RTL. 430) W.

phalguṇa

  1. phalguṇa

phalguṇaka

  1. phalguḍṇaka

phalguṇī

  1. phalguḍṇī wṛ. for phalguna, ○naka, ○nī

phalguna

  1. phálguna mf(ī)n. reddish, red VS. TS.
  2. • born under the Nakshatra Phalgunī Pāṇ. 4-3, 34
  3. • m. N. of a man (-svāmin m. a temple built by PhṭPhalgunī) Rājat.
  4. • the month Phālguna L.
  5. • N. of Arjuna L.
  6. • (ī), f. See below

phalgunaka

  1. phálguḍnaka m. N. of a man Rājat.
  2. • pl. N. of a people MārkP.

phalgunāla

  1. phálguḍnāla m. the month Phālguna (= phālgunāla) L.

phalgunī

  1. phálgunī f. (sg. du. and pl.) N. of a double lunar mansion (pūrvā and uttarā) AV. &c. &c
  2. • Ficus Oppositifolia L.
  3. • N. of a woman Pravar.

phalgunīpūrṇamāsa

  1. ○pūrṇa-māsá m. the full moon in the Nakshatra Uttara-Phalgunī TS.

phalgunīpūrvasamaya

  1. ○pūrva-samaya m. the time when the moon is in the Nakshatra Pūrva-PhṭPhāgunī MBh.

phalgunībhava

  1. ○bhava m. N. of the planet Jupiter L.

phalguluka

  1. phalguluka m. pl. N. of a people Var. MārkP.

phalgva

  1. phalgvá mfn. weak, feeble RV. iv, 5, 14

phālguṇa

  1. phālguṇa

phālguṇī

  1. phālguḍṇī wṛ. for phālguna, ○nī

phālguna

  1. phālguná mf(ī́)n. relating to the Nakshatra Phalgunī ŚBr. ŚrS.
  2. • born under the Nakshatra Phalgunī Pāṇ. 4-3, 34 (vḷ.)
  3. • m. (with or scil. māsa) the month during which the full moon stands in the Nakshatra Phalgunī (February-March) Mn. MBh.
  4. • N. of Arjuna (= phalguna) MBh. Hariv.
  5. • Terminalia Arjuna (= nadī-ja) L.
  6. • (ī), f. See below
  7. • n. a species of grass used as a substitute for the Soma plant (and also called arjunānī)
  8. ŚBr. TBr. ĀśvŚr. [Page 718, Column ]
  9. • N. of a place of pilgrimage BhP.

phālgunamāhātmya

  1. ○māhātmya n. N. of wk

phālgunānuja

  1. phālgunânuja m. 'younger brother of the month Phālguna', the vernal month Caitra L.

phālgunāla

  1. phālgunāla m. the month Phālguna (= phalgunāla) L.

phālguni

  1. phālguni m. patr. fr. phālguna (= arjuna) MBh.

phālgunika

  1. phālgunika mfn. relating to the Nakshatra Phalguni or to the day of full moon in the month Phālguna Pāṇ. 4-2, 23
  2. • m. (scil. māsa) the month Phālguna L.

phālgunī

  1. phālgunī f. the lunar mansion Phalgunī (q.v.) Hariv. R. MārkP.
  2. • = -paurṇamāsī GṛŚrS.

phālgunīpakṣa

  1. ○pakṣa m. the dark half in the month Phālguna Lāṭy.

phālgunīpaurṇamāsī

  1. ○paurṇamāsī f. the day of full moon in the month Phālguna (on which the Holī or great vernal festival is celebrated) Pāṇ. 6-3, 63 Sch.

phālgunībhava

  1. ○bhava m. N. of the planet Jupiter L. (cf. phalgunī-bh○)

phālgunya

  1. phālgunya m. N. of the planet Jupiter L.

phalph

  1. phalph to grow, increase (vṛddhau) KātyŚr. Sch.

phalpha

  1. phalpha See vi-phalpha

phallakin

  1. phallakin m. a kind of fish (= phalakin) L.

phallaphala

  1. phalla-phala m. the wind raised in winnowing grain (= phulla-phāla) L.

phaṣājiga

  1. phaṣājiga and phaṣājima m. or n. (?) N. of two places Cat.

phā

  1. phā m. (nom. phās) heat L.
  2. • idle talk L.
  3. • increase or increaser L.

phāṭ

  1. phāṭ ind. an interjection of calling W.

phāṭakī

  1. phāṭakī f. alum (= sphāṭī) L.

phāṇi

  1. phāṇi f. (√phaṇ?) unrefined sugar, molasses L.
  2. • flour or meal mixed with curds (= karambha) L.

phāṇita

  1. phāṇita m. (cf. Nīlak.) n. (fr. Caus. of √phaṇ
  2. • cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 18 Sch.) the inspissated juice of the sugar cane and other plants
  3. Āpast. MBh. Hariv. [Cf. Arab. ?
  4. • Pers. ? ; medieval Lat. penidium.]

phāṇitībhūta

  1. phāṇitī-bhūta mfn. inspissated Suśr.

phāṇṭa

  1. phāṇṭa mf(ā)n. (contracted from phāṇita
  2. • cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 18) obtained by straining or filtering, Ṛigvidh
  3. • made or won by an easy process, readily or easily prepared L.
  4. • one who does not exert himself or takes things easy L.
  5. • m. an infusion, decoction, pounded medicinal substances mixed with four parts of hot water and then filtered ŚārṅgS. (also ○ṭaka, m.) Bhaṭṭ.
  6. • n. the first particles of butter that are produced by churning ŚBr. Kauś.

phāṇṭāhṛta

  1. phāṇṭāhṛta m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 90 Sch.
  2. • patr. fr. phāṇṭâhṛti
  3. • pl. the disciples of Phāṇṭāhṛiti, iv, 1, 150 Sch.

phāṇṭāhṛtāyani

  1. phāṇṭāhṛtāyani m. patr. fr. phāṇṭâhṛti Pāṇ. 4-1, 150

phāṇṭāhṛti

  1. phāṇṭāhṛti m. N. of a man (a Sauviira) ib. Sch.
  2. • patr. fr. ○hṛta, 90 Sch.

phāṇṭaya

  1. phāṇṭaya Nom. fr. phāṇṭa (ind. p. ○yitvā) Kauś. Sch.

phāṇḍa

  1. phāṇḍa n. the belly (= phaṇḍa) L.

phāṇḍin

  1. phāṇḍin m. N. of a serpent-demon L.

phāriva

  1. phāriva See under √phar

phārī

  1. phārī f. black cumin L.

phāla

  1. phāla &c. See p. 717, col. 3

phālguna

  1. phālguna &c. See col. 1

phi

  1. phi m. a wicked man L.
  2. • idle talk L.
  3. • anger L.

phiṅgaka

  1. phiṅgaka m. the fork-tailed shrike (= kaliṅga, kuliṅga) L.

phiṭsūtra

  1. phiṭ-sūtra n. N. of a grammat. wk. by Śāṃtanavâcārya

phiṭsūtravṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti f. the same with comm

phiraṅga

  1. phiraṅga mfn. Frankish, European (with vyādhi m. = ○gâmaya) Bhpr.
  2. • m. the country of the Franks i.e. Europe, or = ○gâmaya L.

phiraṅgaroṭī

  1. ○roṭī f. European bread L.

phiraṅgāmaya

  1. phiraṅgâmaya m. the disease of the Franks i.e. syphilis Bhpr.

phiraṅgin

  1. phiraṅgin m. a Frank, a European (f. iṇī) L.

phirāla

  1. phirāla m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.

phiriṇḍa

  1. phiriṇḍa m. N. of a prince Cat. [Page 718, Column ]

phu

  1. phu m. a magical formula L.
  2. • useless or idle talk L.

phuka

  1. phuka m. a bird L.

phuṭa

  1. phuṭa m. n. (or ○ṭā f.) the hood or expanded neck of a snake (= phaṭa, phaṇa) L.

phuṭāṭopa

  1. phuṭâṭopa m. the swelling of a serpent's hood Pañcat.

phuṭṭaka

  1. phuṭṭaka n. a kind of cloth (also ○ka-vastra n.) Divyâv.
  2. • (ikā), f. a sort of woven texture Kathās.

phuḍut

  1. phuḍut ind. an interjection KāśīKh. Sch.

phut

  1. phut or phūt ind. an onomat. word (used only with √○kṛ, and its derivatives
  2. • sometimes expressive of contempt)

phutkara

  1. ○kara m. 'making a crackling noise', fire L.

phutkartumanas

  1. ○kartu-manas mfn. wishing to make a derisory noise, intending to cry aloud MW.

phutkāra

  1. ○kāra m. puffing, blowing, hissing, the hiss of a serpent (also phūt-k○) Kathās. Kuval.
  2. • shrieking, screaming Bhartṛ. Kathās.
  3. • -randhra n. the hole to which the mouth is applied in playing a flute Saṃgīt.
  4. • -vat mfn. hissing, shrieking L.

phutkārya

  1. ○kārya mfn. in a-phūt-k○, requiring no blowing Kathās.

phutkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. Ā. -karoti, -kurute, to puff, blow, make a bubbling noise, blow into Pañcat. Hit.
  2. • to shriek, yell Kathās. Pañcat.
  3. • to be insolent or defiant Ratnâv. iv, 12

phutkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. puffed, blown &c
  2. • n. the sound of a wind instrument L.
  3. • a loud scream, shriek Rājat.

phutkṛti

  1. ○kṛti f. the blowing of a wind instrument Saṃgīt.
  2. • blowing, hissing Naish.
  3. • crying aloud R.

phupphu

  1. phupphu ind. an onomat. word

kāraka

  1. kāraka mf(ikā)n. panting, gasping L.

phupphusa

  1. phupphusa m. (cf. Suśr.) and n. (cf. ŚārṅgS.) the lungs

phuphusa

  1. phuphusa n. (cf. ŚārṅgS.) the lungs

phumphuā

  1. phumphuā ind. imitation of the sound made by the crackling of a fire L.

phurāphurāya

  1. phurāphurāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to tremble, flicker Mṛicch.

phuliṅga

  1. phuliṅga m. syphilis Cat. (cf. phiraṅga)

phull

  1. phull cl. 1. P. phullati (cf. Dhātup. xv, 24), under phulla, p. 717, col. 3

phullarīka

  1. phullarīka m. a district, place L.
  2. • a serpent L. (cf. phullaka, col. 1)

phūt

  1. phūt phūt-kāra &c. See phut above

pheñcaka

  1. pheñcaka m. a kind of bird Cat.

pheṭ

  1. pheṭ ind. an onomat. word

pheṭkāra

  1. ○kāra m. howling, a howl Śatr. (cf. phet &c.)

pheṇa

  1. pheṇa &c. See phena

pheṇṭa

  1. pheṇṭa m. a kind of bird Cat.

phet

  1. phet ind. an onomat. word

phetkāra

  1. ○kāra m. howling (of the wind or of animals) BhP.
  2. • prab. Sch.

phetkārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. howling, yelling (as a jackal) Prab.
  2. • ○riṇī-tantra, or ○rīya-tantra n. N. of wk

phetkṛta

  1. ○kṛta n. howling, a howl Śatr.

phena

  1. phéna m. once n. (often written pheṇa and prob. connected with √phaṇ
  2. • but See Uṇ. iii, 3) foam, froth, scum RV. &c. &c
  3. • moisture of the lips, saliva Mn. iii, 19
  4. • n. (m. L.) Os Sepiae (white cuttle-fish bone, supposed to be indurated foam of the sea) Car.
  5. • m. N. of a man (son of Ushad-ratha and father of Su-tapas) Hariv.
  6. • (ā), f. a kind of shrub (= sātalā) L.
  7. • (ī), f. a kind of food L. [Cf. Slav. ? ; AnglṢax. fam ; Eng. foam ; Germ. Feim.]

phenagiri

  1. ○giri m. N. of a mountain near the mouth of the Indus R. Var. (vḷ. pheṇa-g○)

phenatā

  1. ○tā f. frothiness, vapour W.

phenadugdhā

  1. ○dugdhā f. a kind of small shrub (= dugdha-phenī) L.

phenadharman

  1. ○dharman mfn. 'having the nature of foam', transient MBh.

phenapa

  1. ○pa mfn. 'foam-drinking', feeding on foam MBh. BhP.
  2. • (feeding on fruits fallen from the trees BhP. Sch.)

phenapiṇḍa

  1. ○piṇḍa m. 'mass of foam', a mere bubble, nonsense L.

phenaprakhya

  1. ○prakhya mfn. foam-like, resembling foam Yājñ.

phenamehin

  1. ○mehin mfn. discharging frothy urine Suśr. -1

phenavat

  1. ○vat mfn. frothy, foaming MBh. -2

phenavat

  1. ○vat ind. like foam, Śāntiś

phenavāhin

  1. ○vāhin mfn. 'carrying of the scum'
  2. • (with vastra), n. a filtering cloth L. [Page 719, Column ]
  3. • m. Indra's thunderbolt L. (rather 'N. of Indra'
  4. • cf. phenâśani)

phenāgra

  1. phenâgra n. 'point of foam', a bubble on the water L.

phenāśani

  1. phenâśani m. 'having foam for a thunderbolt', N. of Indra L. (cf. phenavāhin)

phenāhāra

  1. phenâhāra mfn. feeding on foam MBh. (cf. phena-pa)

phenopama

  1. phenôpama mfn. resembling foam (said of life) Hit.

phenaka

  1. phenaka m. Os Sepiae L.
  2. • ground rice boiled in water (also ā f.) L.
  3. • a kind of pastry L. (also ikā f. Bhpr.)

phenala

  1. pheḍnala mfn. frothy, foamy L. (cf. phenila)

phenāya

  1. pheḍnāya Nom. Ā. ○yate (also P. ○yati g. lohitâdi), to foam, froth MBh. Hcar.

phenila

  1. phenila mf(ā)n. foamy, frothy, spumous MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. • m. a kind of tree, Vāsav
  3. • Zizyphus Jujuba Bhpr.
  4. • Sapindus Detergens L.
  5. • (ā), f. SapṭSepindus Detergens Car.
  6. • Hingcha Repens L.
  7. • = sarpâkṣī L.
  8. • n. the fruit of SapṭSepindus Detergens or of ZizṭZizyphus Jujuba or of Madana L.

phenya

  1. phénya mfn. existing in foam VS.

phera

  1. phera m. (onomat.) a jackal L.

pheraṇḍa

  1. pheraṇḍa m. a jackal L. (also ○ruṇḍa L.)

pherala

  1. pherala m. or n. N. of a place Cat. (perhaps wṛ. for kerala)

pherava

  1. phe-rava m. (from onomat. phe + rava) a jackal Mālatīm.
  2. • prab. Pracaṇḍ.
  3. • a Rākshasa Kathās.
  4. • mfn. fraudulent, malicious, injurious L.

pheravītantra

  1. pheravī-tantra n. N. of wk

pheru

  1. pheru m. a jackal BhP.

pheruvinnā

  1. ○vinnā f. a species cf plant L.

phel

  1. phel cl. 1. P. phelati, to go, move Dhātup. xv, 35

phela

  1. phela n. remnants of food, refuse, orts (also ○lā, ○li, ○likā, ○lī) L.
  2. • a partic. high number Buddh.
  3. • (ā), f. (prob.) wṛ. for pelā = peṭā, a small box Divyâv.

pheluka

  1. pheluka m. the scrotum L.

phaulli

  1. phaulli f. (fr. phulla) Pāṇ. 7-1, 2, 42 Vārtt. 4 Pat.