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sāka

  1. sāka n. = 2. śāka, a vegetable, herp, culinary herb Uṇ. iii, 43 Sch

sākac

  1. sâkac (in gram.), having the Taddhita affix akac (cf. Pāṇ. v, 3. 71 &c.)

sākam

  1. sākám ind. (prob. fr. 7. sa añc
  2. cf. sāci) together, jointly, at the same time, simultaneously RV. &c. &c
  3. along with, together with, with (with instr.) ib

sākamaśva

  1. ○aśva m. N. of a man ĀrshBr
  2. n. N. of a Sāman (-tva n.) ib

sākamukṣ

  1. ○úkṣ mfn. sprinkling together RV

sākamedha

  1. ○edhá m. pl. N. of the third Parvan of the Cāturmāsyas TS. ŚBr. ŚrS
  2. a partic. Soma sacrifice lasting three days, Śāṅkh3Sr

sākamprasthāyīya

  1. ○prasthāyī́ya (TS.) or (ŚrS.), m. a partic. ceremony (also ○yya-yajña Vait.) [Page 1197, Column]

sākamprasthāyya

  1. ○prasthāyya (ŚrS.), m. a partic. ceremony (also ○yya-yajña Vait.) [Page 1197, Column]

sākaṃ

  1. sākaṃ, in comp. for sākam

sākaṃyuj

  1. ○yúj mfn. joined together RV

sākaṃvṛt

  1. ○vṛt mfn. rolling together (said of wheels). PañcavBr

sākaṃvṛdh

  1. ○vṛ́dh mfn. growing together RV

sākaṃgarbha

  1. ○garbha mfn. pregnant together Kauś

sākaṃja

  1. ○já mfn. being born together or at the same time RV. ŚBr

sākaruṇḍa

  1. sākaruṇḍa wṛ. for sākuruṇḍa

sākarṇakāyana

  1. sākarṇakāyana mfn. (fr. sakarṇaka), g. pakhâdi

sākarṇakya

  1. sākarṇakya mfn. (fr. id.), g. saṃkaśâdi

sākala

  1. sākala n. N. of a town in Madras (also written śākala) MW

sākalāyana

  1. sākalāyana mfn. (fr. sa-kala), g. pakṣâdi

sākalya

  1. sākalya n. totality, completeness, entireness (ena ind., entirely', 'completely'), the whole Mn. MBh. &c

sākalyavacana

  1. ○vacana n. complete perusal L

sākali

  1. sākali and ○likā f. N. of a woman Divyâv

sākalyaka

  1. sâkalyaka mfn. sick, unwell (wṛ. sākalpaka) Kathās

sākāṅkṣa

  1. sâkāṅkṣa mfn. having a wish or desire, wishing, desirous, longing (am ind., longingly') Kāv. Hit
  2. requiring a complement, correlative Pāṇ. Sāh
  3. having significance MW.= tā, f. (Sah.),

sākāṅkṣatva

  1. ○tva n. (KātyŚr.) correlation

sākāmprāttāyana

  1. sākāmprāttāyana (?), m. (only pl.) a patr., Saṃskarak

sākāra

  1. sâkāra mf(ā)n. having form, having any shape or definite figure, Kathals Sarvad
  2. having a fair form, beautiful (am, ind, ) Hariv. Pañcat. MārkP

sākārajñānavāda

  1. ○jñāna-vāda m. the doctrine (held by the Yogâcāras) that ideas consist of forms or images which exist independently of the external world Sarvad

sākārasiddhi

  1. ○siddhi f. N. of wk. ib

sākāśa

  1. sâkāśa mfn. with or having the light shining towards (an object) ĀśvGṛ

sākuruṇḍa

  1. sākuruṇḍa m. a kind of plant (cf. sa-k○) L

sākula

  1. sâkula mfn. perplexed, bewildered Kathās

sākūta

  1. sākūta mf(ā)n. having significance, significant, having meaning, intentionally, Kāthās
  2. (am), ind. intentionally, emphatically Kathās
  3. accurately, attentively ib
  4. n. (prob.) a desired object Prasannar

sākūtasmita

  1. ○smita n. a significant or meaning smile, wanton glance W

sākūtahasita

  1. ○hasita n. id. Gīt

sāketa

  1. sāketa n. N. of the city Ayodhyā or Oude (prob. also of other cities) Pat. Kāv. VarBṛS. &c
  2. m. pl. the inhabitants of Sāketa Cat

sāketapurāṇa

  1. ○purāṇa or n. N. of wk. (also called ayodhyā-māhātmya)

sāketamāhātmya

  1. ○māhātmya n. N. of wk. (also called ayodhyā-māhātmya)

sāketaka

  1. sāketaka mfn. (fr. prec.), g. dhūmâdi

sāketana

  1. sāketana n. the city of Saketa Buddh

sāketu

  1. sāketu m. or f. (?), id. VP

sākoka

  1. sākoka m. N. of a poet Cat

sākoṭaka

  1. sākoṭaka wṛ. for śākhoṭaka

sāktava

  1. sāktava (fr. saktu), a beverage prepared from barley L

sāktuka

  1. sāktuka mfn. = saktuni sādhuh, guḍâdi
  2. = saktave prabhavati g. saṃtāpâdi m. barley W
  3. = saktuka, a partic. vegetable poison L
  4. n. a quantity of fried barley or barley-meal ib

sāktusaindhava

  1. sāktusaindhava mfn. = saktu-sindhuṣu bhavaḥ Pāṇ. 7-3, 19 Sch

sākṣ

  1. sākṣ cl. 1. P. sākṣati = āpnoti (used in explaining pra-sākṣate fr. pra-√sah) Nir. xi, 21

sākṣa

  1. sā́kṣa mfn. (fr. 7. sa + akṣa) furnished with a yoke (of oxen) Kauś

sākṣa

  1. sâkṣa mfn. (fr. 7. sa + akṣa) having the seeds (of which rosaries are made), having rosary MW

sākṣa

  1. sâkṣa (fr. 7. sa + akṣa), having eyes (only in abl
  2. See next)

sākṣāt

  1. sâkṣāt ind. (abl. of sâkṣa above) with the eyes, with one's own eyes Kāv. Kathās. Sarvad
  2. before one's eyes, evidently, clearly, openly, manifestly AV. &c. &c. [Page 1198, Column]
  3. in person, in bodily form, personally, visibly, really, actually MBh. Kāv. &c
  4. immediately, directly Sarvad. Kull

sākṣātpuruṣottamavākya

  1. ○puruṣôttama-vākya n. N. of wk. by Vallabhâllcārya

sākṣāt

  1. sâkṣāt in comp. with forms of √kṛ

sākṣātkara

  1. ○kara mfn. putting before the eyes, making evident to the senses Cat

sākṣātkaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. the act of putting bṭbefore the eyes ib
  2. intuitive perception, actual feeling MW
  3. immediate cause of anything Kap

sākṣātkartavya

  1. ○kartavya mfn. to be made fully perceptible or evident, Mahāv

sākṣātkartṛ

  1. ○kartṛ mfn. one who sees everything Cat

sākṣātkāra

  1. ○kāra m. evident or intuitive perception, realization (-tā f.) Vedântas. Sarvad
  2. the experiencing a result of or reward for (gen.) BhP
  3. -vat mfn. having a clear perception of (comp.) Sarvad

sākṣātkārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. = -kara Sarvad. Kap. Sch

sākṣātkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. -karoti (ind. p
  2. -kritvā or -kritya Pāṇ. 1-4, 74), to look at with the eyes, make visibly present before the eyes, realize Kathās. Sāh

sākṣātkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. clearly placed before the eyes or the mind's eye
  2. -dharman, mfn. one who has an intuitive perception of duty MW

sākṣātkṛti

  1. ○kṛti (Sarvad.),

sākṣātkriyā

  1. ○kriyā (Saddhp.), f. intuitive perception, realization

sākṣād

  1. sâkṣād in comp. for sâkṣāt

sākṣāddṛṣṭa

  1. ○dṛṣṭa mfn. seen with (one's own) eyes Kum

sākṣāddṛṣṭi

  1. ○dṛṣṭi f. the act of seeing with (one's own) eyes Sarvad

sākṣāddharma

  1. ○dharma m. the personified incarnation of law, Justice himself MW

sākṣādbhū

  1. ○bhū P. -bhavati, to appear before the eyes, appear personally Kathās

sākṣi

  1. sâkṣi m. (m.c. for sâkṣin, in loka- and samasta-s○, q.v.)

sākṣi

  1. sâkṣi in comp. for sâkṣin

sākṣitā

  1. ○tā f. (Mn. Kathās.), -tva n. (Kap. Suśr.) the office of any legal witness, evidence, testimony, attestation

sākṣidvaidha

  1. ○dvaidha n. discrepancy between witnesses, contradictory evidence MW

sākṣiparikṣā

  1. ○parikṣā f

sākṣiparikṣaṇa

  1. ○pariḍkṣaṇa n. examination of a witnesses ib

sākṣipratyaya

  1. ○pratyaya m. the evidence or testimony of an eye-wṭwitnesses ib

sākṣipraśna

  1. ○praśna m. interrogation of wṭwitnesses
  2. -vidhâna n. the rule or law about examining wṭwitnesses Mn. i, 115

sākṣibhāvita

  1. ○bhāvita mfn. proved by an eye-wṭwitnesses, established by testimony W

sākṣibhūta

  1. ○bhūta mfn. (cf. sâkṣī-√bhū) being a witnesses BhP. Pañcar

sākṣimat

  1. ○mat mfn. having a witnesses, witnessed Yājñ. ii, 94

sākṣimātra

  1. ○mātra mfn. the simple Ego or subject (as opp. to the object or what is external to the Ego) Nir. xiv, subject
  2. ○tra-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make a simple eye. wṭwitnesses HPariś

sākṣilakṣaṇa

  1. ○lakṣaṇa mfn. defined or proved by testimony W

sākṣivat

  1. ○vat ind. like a witness MW

sākṣika

  1. sâkṣika (ifc
  2. ā f. am ind.) = sâkṣin ( See a-, agai-s○ c.)

sākṣin

  1. sâkṣin mfn. seeing with the eyes, observing, witnessing
  2. an eye-witness, witness (in law) of or to (gen., loc., or comp.) Gaut. Mn. MBh. &c
  3. m. (in phil.) the Ego or subject (as opp. to the object or to that which is external to the mind, AshṭāvS
  4. cf. sâkṣi-mātra)
  5. N. of a man (also pl.) Saṃskārak

sākṣī

  1. sâkṣī in comp. for sâkṣa

sākṣīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. karoti, to call to witness, cause to attest, Kathās

sākṣībhū

  1. ○√bhū P. -bhavati, to be an eye-witness R

sākṣīka

  1. sâkṣīka m. N. of a man (cf. sâkṣin) Saṃskārak

sākṣya

  1. sâkṣya mfn. visible to (comp.) BhP
  2. n. testimony, evidence, attestation (○aṃ-√kṛ, 'to give evidence for') Mn. MBh. &c

sākṣata

  1. sâkṣata mfn. containing uncrushed or whole grain (not deprived of husk), having grains of barley Ragh
  2. (am), ind. without hurting (applied to a gentle kiss) Dhūrtas

sākṣatapātrahasta

  1. ○pātra-hasta mfn. holding a vessel full of grain MW

sākṣara

  1. sâkṣara mf(ā)n. containing syllables or letters L
  2. eloquent (tā f.) Kāv

sākṣiptam

  1. sâkṣiptam ind. with absence of mind, thoughtlessly MBh

sākṣepa

  1. sâkṣepa mfn. containing an objection or limitation, Kāvylâd
  2. conveying reproach or irony, taunting (am ind. tauntingly) Kathās. Rājat

sākhi

  1. sākhi m. N. of a people (cf. śākhi) L

sākhidatteya

  1. sākhidatteya mfn. (fr. sakhidatta) belonging to a friend's gift, g. sakhy-ādi

sākhilya

  1. sākhilya n. (fr. sakhila) friendship, Mahāv

sākheya

  1. sākheya mfn. (fr. sakhi) relating to friend, friendly, amicable Pāṇ. 4-2, 80

sākhya

  1. sākhyá n. association, party RV. KātyŚr
  2. friendship (prob. wṛ. for sakhya) L
  3. mfn. -sākheya KātyŚr. [Page 1198, Column]

sāgama

  1. sâgama mfn. acquired in an honest manner, legitimate Vishṇ

sāgamaka

  1. sâgamaka mfn. having the grammatical augment Pat

sāgara

  1. sāgara m. (ifc. f. ā
  2. fr. 2. sa-gara) the ocean (said to have been named so by Bhagiratha after his son Sagara [see 2. sa-gara, p. 112]
  3. another legend asserts that the bed of the ocean was dug by the sons of Sagara ; 3 or 4 or 7 oceans are reckoned, 1,. sam-udra
  4. sāgarasya phenaḥ = samudraph○) Mn. MBh. &c
  5. an ocean (as expressing any vast body or inexhaustible mass
  6. often ifc., cf. guṇa-śoka-, saṃsāra-s○)
  7. a symbolical expression for the number, 'four' (like other words signifying 'ocean') Gaṇit
  8. a partic. high number (= 10 Padmas) Pur
  9. a sort of deer L
  10. N. of a serpent-demon, K2raṇḍ
  11. (with Jainas) of the third Arhat of the past Utsarpiṇī L
  12. of one of the 10 orders of mendicants traced back to disciples of Śaṃkarâcārya Cat
  13. of various persons HPariś
  14. of two authors and of a wk. on Dharma Cat
  15. of a place ib
  16. (pl.) the sons of Sagara MBh. R
  17. n. N. of a town Buddh
  18. mf(ī) n. relating to the sea, marine Hariv

sāgarakukṣi

  1. ○kukṣi f. N. of a serpentmaiden Kāraṇḍ

sāgaraga

  1. ○ga mf(ā)n. going to the ocean
  2. (ā), f. a river, stream, (esp.) the Ganges MBh
  3. ([-gA)-suta] m. 'son of Gaṅgā', metron. of Bhīshma ib

sāgaragama

  1. ○gama mf(ā)n. = -ga ib

sāgaragambhīra

  1. ○gambhīra m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ
  2. (ā), f. N. of a serpentmaiden ib

sāgaragāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. = -ga R. Ragh. Rājat
  2. (inī), f. a river R
  3. small cardamoms L

sāgaraṃgama

  1. ○ṃ-ga-ma mfn. = -ga MBh. Hariv

sāgaracandra

  1. ○candra m. N. of a Jain poet Gaṇar

sāgaratva

  1. ○tva n. the state of (being) the ocean Hariv

sāgaradatta

  1. ○datta m. 'Ocean-given', N. of a king of the Gandharvas Kathās
  2. of a Śakya Buddh
  3. of a merchant Pañcat
  4. of various other men HPariś

sāgaradeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of a mythical person Vīrac

sāgaradhara

  1. ○dhara m. N. of a poet Cat

sāgaradhīracetas

  1. ○dhīra-cetas mfn. one whose mind is as firm or as deep as the ocean MW

sāgaranandin

  1. ○nandin m. N. of a Poet Uṇ. iv, 121 Sch

sāgaranāgarājaparipṛcchā

  1. ○nāga-rāja-paripṛcchā f. N. of wk

sāgaranemi

  1. ○nemi or f. 'sea-encircled', the earth L

sāgaranemī

  1. ○nemī f. 'sea-encircled', the earth L

sāgaraparipṛcchā

  1. ○paripṛcchā f. N. of wk. (cf. sāgara-nāga-rāja-p○) Buddh

sāgaraparyanta

  1. ○paryanta mf(ā)n. bounded by the sea (as the earth) MBh. R

sāgarapāla

  1. ○pāla m. 'guardian of the ocean', N. of a serpent-king Buddh

sāgarapura

  1. ○pura n. N. of a town Kathās

sāgaraplavana

  1. ○plavana n. navigating the ocean, leaping across or traversing the sea (also applied to a partic. pace of horses) R

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  1. sāgarabuddhidhāryabhijñagupta3sāgara--buddhi-dhāryabhijña-gupta m. N. of a Buddha, SaddhP'

sāgaramati

  1. ○mati m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Kāraṇḍ
  2. of a serpent-king ib
  3. of a man Buddh

sāgaramudrā

  1. ○mudrā f. a partic. Samādhi Buddh

sāgaramekhala

  1. ○mekhala mf(ā)n. seagirt (cf. sapta-sāgara-m○)
  2. (ā), f. the earth L

sāgaramegha

  1. ○megha m. N. of a man Buddh

sāgaralipi

  1. ○lipi f. a partic. mode of writing Lalit

sāgaravat

  1. ○vat ind. like the ocean MW

sāgaravaradhara

  1. ○vara-dhara m. the ocean Lalit
  2. -buddhi vikrīḍitâbhijña m. N. of Ānanda (as Buddha) SaddhP

sāgaravarman

  1. ○varman m. N. of a king Inscr

sāgaravāsin

  1. ○vāsin mfn. dwelling on the sea-shore MBh

sāgaravīra

  1. ○vīra m. 'sea-hero', N. of a man Kathās

sāgaravyūhagarbha

  1. ○vyūha-garbha m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh

sāgaraśaya

  1. ○śaya mfn. lying or resting on the ocean (said of Vishṇu) Śiś

sāgaraśukti

  1. ○śukti f. a sea-shell Bhartṛ

sāgarasaṃhitā

  1. ○saṃhitā f. N. of wk

sāgarasūnu

  1. ○sūnu m. son of the Ocean', patr. of the Moon Kāv

sāgarānukūla

  1. sāgarânukūla mfn. situated on the sea-coast MW

sāgarānūpaka

  1. sāgarânūpaka mfn. = sāgaravāsin MBh

sāgarānta

  1. sāgarânta m. the sea-shore R
  2. mf(ā)n. bounded by the ocean, sea-girt (as the earth) MBh. R. VarBṛS

sāgarāntargata

  1. sāgarântargata mfn. living in the ocean R

sāgarāpāṅga

  1. sāgarâpâṅga mf(ī)n. bounded by the sea (as the earth) MBh

sāgarāmbara

  1. sāgarâmbara mf(ā)n. sea-clad (as the earth) R. Ragh. Rājat
  2. (ā), f. the earth, Sinhâs

sāgarāmburaśana

  1. sāgarâmbu-raśana mf(ā)n. sea-girt VarYogay

sāgarālaya

  1. sāgarâlaya mfn. living in the ocean R
  2. m. N. of Varuṇa L

sāgarāvarta

  1. sāgarâvarta m. a bay of the sea MBh

sāgarevaratīrtha

  1. sāgarêvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat

sāgarottha

  1. sāgarôttha 'produced in the sea', sea-salt L

sāgarodaka

  1. sāgarôdaka n. sea-water (prob. N. of a Tilrtha) MBh. xiii, 1696

sāgarodgāra

  1. sāgarôdgāra m. the swelling or heaving of the sea, flowing tide, flood (as opp. to, 'ebb') R

sāgaroddhūtaniḥsvana

  1. sāgarôddhūta-niḥsvana mfn. raising a sound like the ocean MW

sāgaropama

  1. sāgarôpama m. or n. (?) a partic. high number Jain

sāgaraka

  1. sāgaraka m. pl. 'inhabitants of the sea-coast', N. of a people MBh
  2. (ikā), f. See above

sāgarāya

  1. sāgarāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble the ocean Kāv

sāgarika

  1. sāgarika mf(ī)n., See cātuḥ-s○. [Page 1198, Column]

sāgarikā

  1. sāgarikā f. N. of a woman, Ratnāv

sāgarikāmaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of nothing but Sagarikās ib. (in Prākṛit)

sāgas

  1. sâgas mfn. guilty of a sin or offence Kāv. Rājat

sāguṇya

  1. sāguṇya n. (fr. sa-guṇa) excellence, superiority AV.Pariś

sāgni

  1. sâgni mfn. together with the fire KātyŚr. Kauś
  2. maintaining a sacred fire Pur
  3. connected with fire Pāṇ. 6-3, 80 Sch
  4. (ī), ind. as far as the section on far Pāṇ. 2-1, 6 Sch

sāgnicitya

  1. ○citya mfn. connected with the piling of the sacred fire, IndSt

sāgnidhūrna

  1. ○dhūrna mfn. accompanied with fire and smoke Hariv

sāgnipurogama

  1. ○purogama mfn. preceded by Agni MBh

sāgniratnākara

  1. ○ratnâkara m. N. of wk

sāgnika

  1. sâgnika mfn. possessing or maintaining a sacred fire, associated with Agni MBh
  2. witnessed by Agni R

sāgnikavidhi

  1. ○vidhi m. N. of wk. (containing rules for the Śrâddha ceremonies of householders who maintain a sacred fire)

sāgra

  1. sâgra mf(ā)n. with the tip or point ŚBr. KātyŚr
  2. = sam-agra, whole, entire MBh
  3. having a surplus, more than, Aryabh
  4. (am), ind. for a longer period, for a whole life MW

sāgrayaṇāgnyādhānaprayoga

  1. sâgrayaṇâgny-ādhāna-prayoga m. N. of wk

sāgraha

  1. sâgraha mfn. with pertinacity, insisting on anything, persistent (am ind.) Daś. HPariś

sāṃkathika

  1. sāṃkathika mfn. (fr. saṃ-kathā) excellent in conversation, g. kathâdi

sāṃkathya

  1. sāṃkathya n. (fr. id.) talk, conversation (cf. dharma-s○) Car. Kāraṇḍ

sāṃkarika

  1. sāṃkarika mfn. (fr. saṃ-kara) sprung from a mixture of castes, the offspring of an illegitimate marriage MBh

sāṃkarya

  1. sāṃkarya n. mixing or blending together confusedly, confusion, mixture Sāh. BhP. Sch

sāṃkaryakhaṇḍana

  1. ○khaṇḍana n

sāṃkaryavāda

  1. ○vāda m. N. of wks

sāṃkala

  1. sāṃkala mfn. (fr. saṃ-kala) effected or produced by addition, accumulated &c. W

sāṃkalpika

  1. sāṃkalpika mf(ī)n. (fr. a saṃkalpa) based on or produced by the will or imagination Kap. Śaṃk

sāṃkārikā

  1. sāṃkārikā f. a girl said to be unfit for marriage (as having applied fire to her father or other person's house) L. (vḷ. sāṃkāśikā)

sāṃkāśina

  1. sāṃkāśina n. (fr. saṃ-kāśin) full visibility or appearance (instr. = 'straightway', 'immediately', 'directly') KātyŚr

sāṃkāśya

  1. sāṃkāśya m. (fr. saṃ-kāśa) N. of a man MBh
  2. n. and (ā), f. N. of the town of Kuśa-dhvaja (brother of Janaka) R

sāṃkāśyanātha

  1. ○nātha m. lord of Sāṃkāśya', N. of Kuśa-dhvaja ib

sāṃkuci

  1. sāṃkuci m. and ○cī f. (perhaps fr. saṃ-kuca, but cf. śaṅkuci) a partic. aquatic animal Bhpr

sāṃkucita

  1. sāṃkucita mfn. derived from Sam-kucita, g. takṣaśilâdi

sāṅkura

  1. sâṅkura mfn. possessing shoots or buds, budding, in bud W

sāṃkūṭina

  1. sāṃkūṭina n. (of unknown moaning) Pat. Pāṇ. Sch

sāṃkṛta

  1. sāṃkṛta mfn. relating or belonging to Saṃ-kṛiti, derived from him &c. Cat
  2. (ī), f. of sāṃkṛtya

sāṃkṛti

  1. sāṃkṛti m. (fr. saṃ-kṛti) patr. of a sage (son of Viśvāmitra and founder of the Vaiyāghrapadya family) ĀpŚr. MBh

sāṃkṛtīpūtra

  1. sā́ṃkṛtī-pūtra m. N. of a preceptor ŚBr

sāṃkṛtya

  1. sāṃkṛtya m. patr. fr. saṃ-kṛti ĀśvŚr
  2. N. of a grammarian TPrāt

sāṃkṛtyāyana

  1. sāṃkṛtyāyana m. patr. fr. sāṃkṛtya Car
  2. (ī), f. N. of a Parivrājikā Kathās

sāṃketika

  1. sāṃketika mfn. (fr. saṃ-keta) consisting of signs, based on agreement, indicatory, conventional Sāh

sāṃketya

  1. sāṃketya n. agreement, appointment, assignation (esp. with a loved person) BhP. [Page 1199, Column]

sāṃkrandani

  1. sāṃkrandani m. (fr. saṃ-krandana) patr. of Vālin Mcar

sāṃkrāmika

  1. sāṃkrāmika m. (fr. saṃ-krāma
  2. g. guḍâdi) passing over or being transferred (to others) Kām

sāṃkṣepika

  1. sāṃkṣepika mfn. (fr. saṃ-kṣepa) abridged, contracted, concise, summary, short Kull

sāṃkhya

  1. sāṃkhya mfn. (fr. saṃ-khyā) numeral, relating to number W
  2. relating to number (in gram as expressed by the case-terminations &c.) Pat
  3. rational, or discriminative W
  4. m.one who calculates or discriminates well, (esp.) an adherent of the Sāṃkhya doctrine CūlUp. MBh. &c
  5. N. of a man Car
  6. patr. of the Vedic Ṛishi Atri Anukr
  7. N. of Śiva MBh
  8. n. (accord. to some also m.) N. of one of the three great divisions of Hindū philosophy (ascribed to the sage Kapila q.v., and so called either from, discriminating', in general, or, more probably, from 'reckoning up' or 'enumerating' twenty-five Tattvas [see tattva] or true entities [twenty-three of which are evolved out of Prakṛiti 'the primordial Essence' or 'first-Producer', viz. Buddhi, Ahaṃkāra, the five Tan-mātras, the five Mahā-bhūtas and Manas
  9. the twenty-fifth being Purusha or Spirit sometimes called ṣoul which is neither a Producer nor Production [see vikāra], but wholly distinct from the twenty-four other Tattvas. and is multitudinous, each separate Purusha by its union with Prakṛiti causing a separate creation out of Prakṛiti, the object of the philosophy being to effect the final liberation of the Purusha or Spirit from the fetters caused by that creation
  10. the Yoga q.v. branch of the Saqikhya recognizes a Supreme Spirit dominating each separate Purusha
  11. the Tantras identify Prakṛiti with the wives of the gods, esp. with the wife of Śiva
  12. the oldest systematic exposition of the Sāṃkhya seems to have been by an author called Pañca-śikha [the germ, however, being found in the Ṣashṭi-tantra, of which only scanty fragments are extant]
  13. the original Sūtras were superseded by the SṭSāṃkhya-kārikā of Īśvara-kṛishṇa, the oldest manual on the Sāṃkhya system that has come down to us and probably written in the 5th century AḌ., while the Sāṃkhya-sūtras or SṭŚiva-pravacana and Tattva-samāsa, ascribed to the sage Kapila, are now thought to belong to as late a date as the 14th or 15th century or perhaps a little later) ŚvetUp. MBh. &c. IW. 73 &c. RTL

sāṃkhyakārikā

  1. ○kārikā f. N. of a collection of 72 memorial verses or stanzas by Īśvara-krishṇa (also called sāṃkhyasaptati
  2. the oldest extant systematic exposition of the SṭSāṃkhya system
  3. above.)
  4. -bhāṣya n. N. of a Commentary on prec. by Gauḍa-pada (8th cent.)

sāṃkhyakaumudī

  1. ○kaumudī f. N. of a Comm. on the Sāṃkhya-kārikā by Rāma-kṛishṇa Bhaṭṭācārya

sāṃkhyakramadīpikā

  1. ○krama-dīpikā f. N. of a Comm. on the Tattva-samāsa

sāṃkhyacandrikā

  1. ○candrikā f. N. of a Comm. on the Sāṃkhya-karikā by Nārayaṇatīrtha

sāṃkhyajñāna

  1. ○jñāna n. knowledge of the SṭSāṃkhya system MBh

sāṃkhyatattvakaumudī

  1. ○tattva-kaumudī f. N. of a Comm. on the Sāṃkhya-kārikā by Vācaspati-miśra

sāṃkhyatattvacandrkā

  1. ○tattva-candrkā f. sāṃkhya-c○ above

sāṃkhyatattvapradīpa

  1. ○tattva-pradīpa m

sāṃkhyatattvapradīpikā

  1. ○tattva-pradīḍpikā f. N. of a brief exposition of the Sāṃkhya system by Kavirāja-yati

sāṃkhyatattvavilāsa

  1. ○tattva-vilāsa m. N. of a Comm. by Raghunātha-tarkavāgīśa Bhaṭṭâcārya on the SṭSāṃkhya-tattva-kaumudī

sāṃkhyataraṃga

  1. ○taraṃga m. N. of a modern Comm. on the Sāṃkhya-sūtra

sāṃkhyadarśana

  1. ○darśana n. N. of a ch. cf the Sarva-darśana-samgraha

sāṃkhyapadārthagāthā

  1. ○padârtha-gāthā f. N. of wk. by Ramānanda-tīrtha

sāṃkhyapuruṣa

  1. ○puruṣa m. the spirit or soul in the Sāṃkhya system Śiś

sāṃkhyapravacana

  1. ○pravacana n. = yoga-sūtra, or = sāṃkhya-sūtra qq. vv.
  2. -bhāṣya (or sāṃkhya-bh○), n. N. of a Comm. on the SṭSāṃkhya-sūtra by Vijliāna-bhikshu

sāṃkhyabhikṣu

  1. ○bhikṣu m. a kind of mendicant MW

sāṃkhyamata

  1. ○mata n. N. of wk

sāṃkhyamaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of the Sāṃkhya doctrine BhP

sāṃkhyamīmāṃsā

  1. ○mīmāṃsā f. N. of wk

sāṃkhyamukhya

  1. ○mukhya m. N. of śiva MBh

sāṃkhyayoga

  1. ○yoga m. 'adherent of the SṭSāṃkhya and Yoga', N. of a Rishi MBh. xiii, 7123 (vḷ. -yogau)
  2. 'a-pplication of the Sāṃkhya doctrine to the knowledge of spirit', N. of the 2nd ch. of the Bhagivad-gitā
  3. the so-called theistical Sāṃkhya-yoga Śaṃk
  4. (am), n. the Sāṃkhya and the Yoga MBh
  5. -dīpikā f. N. of wk
  6. -pravartin m. N. of Śiva MBh
  7. -vat mfn. acquainted with Sāṃkhya and Yoga ib
  8. -vadin m. an adherent of the theistical SṭSāṃkhya-YṭYoga Śaṃk

sāṃkhyavṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti f. (-tattva-vilāsa)
  2. -prakāśa m. -sāra m. N. of wks

sāṃkhyasāstra

  1. ○sāstra n. the Sāṃkhya doctrine or any treatise upon it

sāṃkhyasaptati

  1. ○saptati f. = -lārikā'

sāṃkhyasāra

  1. ○sāra or m. N. of wk. by Vijñāna-bhikshu

sāṃkhyasāraviveka

  1. ○sāra-viveka m. N. of wk. by Vijñāna-bhikshu

sāṃkhyasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. N. of six books of aphorisms of the Sāṃkhya philosophy (ascribed to Kapila, but prob. written in the 14th or 15th century AḌ.) [Page 1199, Column]
  2. -prakṣepikā f. -vivaraṇa n. -vṛtti f

sāṃkhyavṛttisāra

  1. ○vṛtti-sāra m. N. of wks

sāṃkhyācārya

  1. sāṃkhyâcārya en. a teacher of the SṭSāṃkhya (also N. of an author) BhP. Sarvad
  2. N. of Vishṇn Vishṇ

sāṃkhyārtha

  1. sāṃkhyârtha m. meaning or doctrine of the Sāṃkhya (in comp)
  2. -tattva-pradīpikā f. N. of a brief exposition of the SṭSāṃkhya system by Bhaṭṭa-keśava
  3. -saṃkhyāyika = sāṃkhya-tattva-vilāsa

sāṃkhyālaṃkāra

  1. sāṃkhyâlaṃkāra m. = sāṃkhya-krama-dipikā

sāṃkhyāyana

  1. sāṃkhyāyana m. (patr. fr. sāṃkhya
  2. cf. śānkhāyana) N. of a teacher, (pl.) his school TĀr. ĀśvGṛ

sāṃkhyāyanagṛhya

  1. ○gṛhya n

sāṃkhyāyanatantra

  1. ○tantra n

sāṃkhyāyanabrāhmaṇa

  1. ○brāhmaṇa n

sāṃkhyāyanasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. N. of wks

sāṅga

  1. sâṅgá or saṅga mfn. having limbs or a body Kathās
  2. together with the limbs AV. ŚBr
  3. with all its Aṅgas or supplements KātyŚr
  4. complete, entire MBh
  5. concluded, finished Uttarar

sāṅgaglāni

  1. ○glāni mfn. with an exhausted body, Śāntiś

sāṅgaja

  1. ○ja mfn. having hair, together with hair, covered with hair MW

sāṅgarāga

  1. ○rāga mfn. having the body anointed with unguents R

sāṅgasena

  1. ○sena m. N. of a man Cat

sāṅgopāṅga

  1. sâṅgôpâṅga mfn. (the Vedas) with the Aṅgas and Upâṅgas MBh

sāṅgopāṅgopaniṣad

  1. sâṅgôpâṅgôpaniṣad mfn. along with the Aṅgu and Upâṅgas and Upanishads R

sāṃgatika

  1. sāṃgatika mfn. (fr. saṃ-gati) relating to society, social, associating W
  2. m. a new comer, visitor, guest, acquaintance Vishṇ. Mn
  3. one who comes to transact business MW

sāṃgatya

  1. sāṃgatya n. (fr. saṃ-gata) meeting, intercourse with (saha) Hit. Subh

sāṃgama

  1. sāṃgama m.= saṃ-gama L

sāṃgamana

  1. sāṃgamaná m. (fr. sam-g○) patr. of Agni Anaśnat ŚBr

sāṃgamiṣṇu

  1. sāṃgamiṣṇú mfn. (fr. saṃ-g○) a kind of sand (or expressive of some quality belonging to it) TBr

sāṅgada

  1. sâṅgada mfn. along with (the monkey) Aṅgada R

sāṅgāraka

  1. sâṅgāraka mfn. attended by the planet Mars MW

sāṅguṣṭha

  1. sâṅguṣṭha mfn. together with the thumb (am ind.) ĀśvGṛ
  2. (ā), f. Abrus Precatorius L

sāṃgrahaṇa

  1. sāṃgrahaṇá mf(ī́) n. (fr. saṃgrahaṇa) relating to the act of taking possession or occupying TS. TBr

sāṃgrahaṇeṣṭi

  1. sāṃgrahaṇêṣṭi f. N. of a Śrauta wk

sāṃgrahasūtrika

  1. sāṃgrahasūtrika mfn. (fr. saṃgraha-sūtra) = saṃgraha-sūtram adhī7te veda vā Pāṇ. 4-2, 60 Sch

sāṃgrāhika

  1. sāṃgrāhika mfn. (fr. [saM-graha) -saMgrehe sAdhuH] g. kathâdi
  2. = -saṃ-graham adhite veda vā g. ukthâdi

sāṃgrāhika

  1. sāṃgrāhika mfn. obstructing, constipating Car

sāṃgrāma

  1. sāṃgrāma mfn. (fr. saṃ-grāma), g. vyuṣṭâdi

sāṃgrāmajitya

  1. sāṃgrāmajitya n. (fr. saṃ-grāma-jit) victory in battle AV

sāṃgrāmika

  1. sāṃgrāmika mf(ī)n. relating to war, warlike, martial (with ratha, m. 'a war-chariot'
  2. with mṛtyu m. death in battle'
  3. with vitta n. spoils of war') Gaut. Kauś. MBh. &c
  4. m. a commander, general W

sāṃgrāmikaguṇa

  1. ○guṇa m. 'the martial qualities of a king (consisting of the 3 Śaktis, the Ṣaguṇya, and the Astrâdy-abhyāsa) L

sāṃgrāmikatva

  1. ○tva n. state of war, militarism Daś

sāṃgrāmikaparicchada

  1. ○paricchada m. implements of war Hariv

sāṃgrāmikavidhijña

  1. ○vidhi-jña mfn. familiar with war affairs or military concerns ib

sāṃghaṭika

  1. sāṃghaṭika mfn. (fr. saṃ-ghaṭa) = saṃ-ghaṭam adhite veda vā, g. ukthâdi (vḷ.)

sāṃghāṭikā

  1. sāṃghāṭikā f. (cf. saṃ-ghāṭikā) a pair, couple L
  2. a bawd, procuress L.: Trapa Bispinosa L

sāṃghaṭṭika

  1. sāṃ-ghaṭṭika mfn. = saṃ-ghaṭṭam adhī7te veda vā g. ukthâdi

sāṃghāta

  1. sāṃghāta mfn. (fr. saṃ-ghāta) = saṃ-ghāte dīyate, or kāryam g. vyuṣṭâdi

sāṃghātikā

  1. sāṃghātikā mfn. = saṃ-ghāte sādhuḥ g. guḍâdi = saṃ-ghātāya prabhayati g. saṃtāpâdi
  2. belonging to a group ŚāṅkhŚr
  3. n. (scil. bha) the 16th Nakshatra after the Janmarksha L

sāṃghātya

  1. sāṃghātya n. = saṃ-hātya and saṃ-ghātya Daśar

sāṃghika

  1. sāṃghika mf(ī)n. (fr. saṃ-gha) relating to the brotherhood of monks Kāraṇḍ. [Page 1199, Column]

sāṅmukhī

  1. sāṅmukhī f. N. of a partic. Tithi L

sāc

  1. sāc strong form of 2. sac (q.v.)

sācaya

  1. sācayá mfn. joined, united (cf. pṛṣṭi- and rātri-s○) ŚBr

sāci

  1. sācí mfn. following, accompanying ŚBr
  2. in. N. of Agni L

sācin

  1. sācin See sanya-s○

sāceya

  1. sāceya mfn. belonging to, suitable or fit for (comp.), SāṅkhBr

sācya

  1. sā́cya mfn. to be assisted or served or honoured RV. i, 140, 3

sācāra

  1. sâcāra mfn. well-conducted, wellbehaved, well-mannered Kāvyak

sāci

  1. sācí ind. (perhaps fr. 7. sa + añc) crookedly, away, obliquely, sideways, askance RV. x, 142, 2 (?) PañcavBr. Kir

sācivāṭikā

  1. ○vāṭikā f. the white-flowered hogweed L

sācivilokita

  1. ○vilokita n. a sidelong glance W

sāciṣita

  1. ○ṣita mfn. standing unevenly or across ib

sācismita

  1. ○smita n. a smile aside Bhām

sācī

  1. sācī in comp. for 2. sāci

sācīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. -karoti, to make crooked, distort, bend or turn aside Kāv. Kathās

sācīkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. made crooked, bent sideways, distorted, averted (am ind. 'crookedly') MBh. Kāv. &c. (-dṛś mfn. having averted eyes Kathās
  2. ○tânana mfn. having an averted face, looking sideways MBh.)
  3. n. distortion, perversion, prejudice W

sācīguṇa

  1. ○guṇa N. of a place AitBr

sācīsūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. frenum praeputī Gal

sācīna

  1. sācīna mfn. approaching sideways or from the side Pāṇ. 1-1, 58, Vartt. 1 Pat

sācikāṇḍa

  1. sāci-kāṇḍa n. (corrupted fr. saṃciti-k○) N. of the ninth chapter of the Śatapatha Bralhmaṇa

sācivya

  1. sācivya n. (fr. saciva) companionship, assistance, (esp.) ministry, ministership, the office of the counsellor or friend of a king MBh. Kāv. &c

sācivyākṣepa

  1. sācivyâkṣepa m. (in rhet.) an objection under the form of assentor approval Kāvyâd. ii, 145, 146

sācīvit

  1. sācīvít ind. swiftly, rapidly (= kṣipram) Naigh. ii, 15

sāja

  1. sâja mfn. together with the lunar mansion Pūrva-bhadra-padā VarBṛS

sājātya

  1. sā́jātya n. (fr. sa-jāti) community of race with (gen.) MaitrS
  2. equality of kind, homogeneousness Sāh. Bhāshāp

sājātyalakṣaprakāśa

  1. ○lakṣa-prakāśa m. N. of wk

sājoka

  1. sājoka m. N. of a poet Cat

sājya

  1. sâjya mfn. having clarified butter, Kātyśr

sāñcādhara

  1. sāñcādhara See sācādhara

sāṃcārika

  1. sāṃcārika mfn. (fr. saṃ-cāra) movable, moving MBh

sāñja

  1. sāñja m. N. of a lexicographer L

sāñjana

  1. sâñjana mfn. having pigment, having impurities, not pure Sarvad
  2. m. a lizard L

sāñjali

  1. sâñjali mfn. with hands hollowed and joined (in supplication, See añjali) R

sāṃjīvīputra

  1. sā́ṃjīvī-pútra m. N. of a teacher ŚBr

sāṃjñāyani

  1. sāṃjñāyani m. metron. fr. saṃjñā g. tikâdi

sāñjhanandin

  1. sāñjha-nandin m. N. of a poet Cat

sāṭ

  1. sāṭ cl. 10. P. sāṭayati, to make visible or manifest Dhātup. xxxv, 84

sāṭopa

  1. sâṭopa mfn. puffed up, self-conceited, proud, arrogant Vās
  2. rumbling (as clouds) Pañcat
  3. (am), ind. haughtily Mṛicch. Ratnâv
  4. with a rumbling sound Śiś
  5. angrily, furiously MW

sāṭṭahāsa

  1. sâṭṭahāsa mfn. with loud laughter (am ind.) MārkP

sāṭṭāla

  1. sāṭṭāla m. or n. (?) a palace (vḷ. for sāddāla) Bhadrab

sāṭhala

  1. sāṭhala m. N. of a person Cat

sāṭhoka

  1. sāṭhoka m. N. of a poet Cat. [Page 1200, Column]

sāḍa

  1. sāḍa mfn. having a point or sting (as a stick, a scorpion &c.) Pat

sāḍakhāna

  1. sāḍa-khāna m. N. of a king Cat

sāḍi

  1. sāḍi m. patr. fr. saḍa Pāṇ. 5-?111, 3, 56 Sch

sāḍbhūta

  1. sāḍ-bhūta mfn. (in gram.) taking the form sāṭ, or sāḍ (said of 2. sah)

sāḍha

  1. sāḍha sāḍhṛ &c. See p. 1193, col. 2

sāṇḍa

  1. sâṇḍa mfn. having testicles, uncastrated MaitrS. TāṇḍBr. GṛŚrS

sāt

  1. sāt a Taddhita affix which when put after a word denotes a total change of anything into the thing expressed by that word ( See agni-, bhasma-sāt &c.)

sāt

  1. sāt a Sautra √meaning 'to give pleasure' Pāṇ. Vop

sāt

  1. sāt n. N. of Brahman L

sāta

  1. sāta n. (for 1. and 2. See p. 1196, col. 3) pleasure, delight L

sātaya

  1. sātaya mfn. Pāṇ. 3-1, 138

sātatya

  1. sātatya n. (fr. sa-tata) continuity, constancy, uninterruptedness (ena, 'continually, permanently') MBh. Suśr. &c

sātatyacatuṣkaṭīkā

  1. ○catuṣka-ṭīkā f. N. of wk

sātala

  1. sātala m. N. of a poet Cat

sātalā

  1. sātalā f. = saptalā Car

sātavāha

  1. sātavāha or ○hana m. N. of a king (fabled to have been discovered, when a child, riding on a Gandharva called Sāta, who, accord. to one legend, was changed into a lion
  2. also = śāli-vāhana, q.v.) Hcar. Kathās. Rājat

sātasa‹kā

  1. sātasa‹kā f. N. of a district, Kshitiś

sātāgiri

  1. sātā-giri m. N. of a Yaksha Jātakam

sāti

  1. sāti (for 1. and 2. See p. 1196, col. 3), N. of a metre Piṅg

sātirātra

  1. sâtirātra mfn. together with the Atirātra Vait

sātirikta

  1. sâtirikta mfn. having excess, excessive, increased, more abundant Divyâv

sātireka

  1. sâtireka mfn. id. ib

sātilaka

  1. sātilaka wṛ. for sātilaka below

sātiśaya

  1. sâtiśaya mfn. superior, better, best, eminent Mn. Hariv. Kathās

sātisāra

  1. sâtisāra mfn. suffering from diarrhoea L
  2. sinful, guilty Divyâv

sātīkāśa

  1. sâtīkāśa mfn. with or having excessive light ĀśvGṛ

sātīna

  1. sātīna and sātīlaka m. a kind of pea L

sātu

  1. sātu See p. 1196, col. 3

sātobārhata

  1. sātobārhata mfn. relating or belonging to the Sato-bṛihatī metre Lāṭy

sātkarya

  1. sāt-karya n. (fr. sat-kara) the effecting anything well, effectiveness Kap. Sch

sāttra

  1. sāttra and sāttrika mfn. (fr. sattra) belonging to a sacrifice, sacrificial, Śrs

sāttva

  1. sāttva mfn. (fr. sat-tva) relating to the quality Sattva &c. MārkP

sāttvaki

  1. sāttvaki m. patr. fr. sattvaka g. bāhv-ādi

sāttvika

  1. sāttvika mf(ī)n. (fr. sat-tva) spirited, vigorous, energetic Mn. MBh. &c
  2. relating to or endowed with the quality Sattva (i.e. 'purity' or 'goodness), pure, true, genuine, honest, good, virtuous (also applied to partic. Purāṇas which exalt Vishṇu IW. 513) MaitrUp. Mn. MBh. &c. internal, caused by internal feeling or sentiment Mālatīm
  3. natural, not artificial, unaffected (as style) Sāh
  4. m. a state of body caused by some natural emotion (constituting a class of 8 Bhāvas holding a middle place between the Sthāyi- and Vyabhicāri-bhavas, viz. stambha, sveda, româñca, svara-vikāra, vepathu, varṇavikâra, aśru, pralaya, qq. vv.) ib
  5. N. of Brahmā L
  6. of the eighth creation by Prajā-pati MW
  7. (ī), f. N. of Durgā L. [Page 1200, Column]
  8. a partic. kind of Pūjā practised by the worshippers of Durgā MW
  9. (scil. tuṣṭi) N. of one of the five kinds of external acquiescence (in Sāṃkhya) ib
  10. an autumn night L
  11. n. an offering or oblation (without pouring water) L

sāttvikapurāṇavibhāga

  1. ○purāṇa-vibhāga m

sāttvikabrahmavidyāvilāsa

  1. ○brahma-vidyā-vilāsa m. N. of wks

sātpuḍā

  1. sātpuḍā f. N. of a mountain VP

sātma

  1. sâtma mfn. (fr. 7. [sa+Atman]) together with one's own person BhP

sātma

  1. sâtma in comp. for sâtman

sātmatā

  1. ○tā (sâtmá-), f. community of essence or nature with (gen., instr., or comp.) ŚBr. MBh
  2. absorption into the essence (of Brahmā) MW

sātmatva

  1. ○tvá n. the having a soul or essence AV. TS. &c

sātmārpaṇa

  1. sâtmârpaṇa mfn. connected with self-sacrifice Kād

sātman

  1. sâtman mfn. having a soul or spirit, together with the soul ŚBr. TS
  2. united to the Supreme Spirit MW

sātmī

  1. sâtmī in comp. for sâtma

sātmīkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. one who has made anything part of his nature, i.e. become accustomed to (acc.) Suśr

sātmībhāva

  1. ○bhāva m. the becoming a custom or habit, conduciveness, suitableness Car

sātmībhū

  1. ○bhū P. -bhavati, to become a custom or habit, become suitable or salutary Jātakam

sātmya

  1. sâtmya mfn. agreeable to nature or natural constitution, wholesome Suśr. Car
  2. m. suitableness, wholesomeness ib
  3. habit, habituation, diet (○tas ind., from habit'
  4. ifc. = 'used to') ib
  5. community of essence or nature with (instr. or gen.) BhP

sātya

  1. sātyá mfn. (fr. satya, of which it is also the vṛiddhi form in comp.) one whose nature is truth ŚBr
  2. n. N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr

sātyakāmi

  1. ○kāmi m. (patr. fr. satya-kāma) TS. (wṛ. sātyaṃkāmi in g. pailâdi)

sātyaṃkārya

  1. ○ṃ-kārya m. patr. fr. satvaṃkāra g. kurv-ādi

sātyadūta

  1. ○dūta mfn. (fr. satya-dūta) 'belonging to the trusty messengers' (said of partic. oblations presented to Sarasvatī and other deities) TS. Sch

sātyamugra

  1. ○m-ugra m. pl. the school of Sātyamugri AVPariś

sātyamugri

  1. ○m-ugri m. (○grī, or ○gryā f.) patr. fr. satyam-ugra Pāṇ. iv, 1, 81

sātyamugrya

  1. ○m-ugrya m. pl. N. of a school of the Sāma-veda (q.v.)

sātyamuni

  1. ○muni m. a patr. (perhaps wṛ. for sātyamugri) Saṃskārak

sātyayajña

  1. ○yajñá m. (fr. satya-y○) N. of a teacher, ŚBr

sātyayajñi

  1. ○yajñi m. (sā́tya
  2. fr. id.) patr. of Soma-śushma ib

sātyarathi

  1. ○rathi m. patr. fr. satyaratha VP

sātyavata

  1. ○vata or m. (fr. satyavatī) metron. of Vyāsa L

sātyavateya

  1. ○vateya m. (fr. satyavatī) metron. of Vyāsa L

sātyahavya

  1. ○havyá m. (fr. satya-h○) N. of a Vāsishṭha TS. AitBr

sātyaka

  1. sātyaka m. patr. = sātyaki MBh. Hariv

sātyakāyana

  1. sātyakāyana m. (only pl.) a patr. Saṃskārak

sātyaki

  1. sātyaki m. (fr. satyaka) patr. of Yuyudhāna (a warrior in the Pāṇḍu army who acted as the charioteer of Kṛishṇa and belonged to the Vṛishṇi family) MBh. Hariv. BhP

sātyakin

  1. sātyakin m. (m.c.) = prec. MBh

sātrājita

  1. sātrājitá sin. (fr. satrā-jit) patr. of Śatânīka ŚBr
  2. (ī), f. patr. of Satya-bhāmā MBh. Hariv

sātrāsāha

  1. sātrāsāhá m. (fr. satrā-sāha) 'allsubduing', N. of a serpent AV
  2. patr. of Śona ŚBr
  3. N. of a place, g. dhūmâdi

sātrāsāhaka

  1. sātrāsāhaka mfn. (fr. prec.), g. dhūmâdi

sātvat

  1. sātvat m. pl. (cf. satvat) N. of a people Hariv. Śiś. (= yadu Sch.)

sātvata

  1. sātvata mf(ī)n. relating to the Satvats or the Satvatas, belonging or sacred to Satvata or Kṛishṇa &c. MBh. Pur
  2. containing the word satvat g. vimuktâdi
  3. m. a king of the Satvats (N. of Kṛishṇa, Bala-deva &c.) MBh. BhP
  4. (pl.) N. of a people Śiś. (= yādava Sch.)
  5. an adherent or worshipper of Kṛishṇa L
  6. a partic. mixed caste (the offspring of an outcaste Vaiśya
  7. accord. to L., 'the son of an outcaste Vaiśya and a VṭVaiśya woman who was formerly the witt of a Kshatriya') Mn. x, 43
  8. N. of a son of Āyu or Aṃśu Pur
  9. (ī), f. See below

sātvatasaṃhitā

  1. ○saṃhitā f. N. of wk. (treating esp. of Vaishṇava worship)
  2. -prayoga m. N. of wk

sātvatasiddhāntaśataka

  1. ○síddhânta-śataka n. N. of a Vedânta wk

sātvatācāravādārtha

  1. sātvatâcāra-vādârtha m. N. of wk. (also called bhakti-vilāsa-tattva-adīpikā, deprecating the slaughter of animals even in sacrifices, by Mahêśa-nārāyaṇs)

sātvatī

  1. sātvatī f. a princess of the Satvats (N. of the mother of Śiśu-Pāla) MBh. Śiś
  2. (scil. vṛtti, q.v.) one of 4 divisions of dramatic style (expressive of, bravery, generosity, cheerfulness, and the marvellous' [Page 1200, Column]
  3. it is of four kinds, viz. utthāpaka, saṃghātya, parivartaka, and saṃlāpa) Bhar. Daśar. Sāh

sātvatīsūnu

  1. ○sūnu m. son of Saltvatī', N. of Śiśu-pāla Śiś

sātvatīya

  1. sātvatīya m. an adherent of Satvata, i.e. Kṛishṇa BhP

sātvika

  1. sātvika &c. See sāttvika, col. 1

sāda

  1. sāda sādana &c. See p. 1139, col. 1

sādara

  1. sâdara mf(ā)n. having or showing respect, respectful, reverential
  2. considerate, attentive or devoted to (ifc.), intent upon (am, ind., respectfully '&c.) Kāv. Kathās. &c

sādarapūrvakam

  1. ○pūrvakam ind. with respect, respectfully, reverentially Pañcar

sādasata

  1. sādasata mfn. containing the words sat and asá g. vimuktâdi

sādāśiva

  1. sādāśiva mf(ī)n. relating or belonging to Sada-śiva, i.e. Śiva KāśīKh

sādi

  1. sâdi mfn. having a beginning (-tva n.) Kap

sādyanta

  1. sâdy-anta mfn. having beginning and end, complete, entire (am, ind., 'from beginning to end') MW

sādi

  1. sādi sādita, sādin &c. See p. 1139, col. 1

sādīnava

  1. sâdīnava mfn. having torments, subject to pains Lalit

sādṛśa

  1. sādṛśa mfn. = sa-dṛśa, like, similar ŚāṅkhŚr
  2. proper Divyâv
  3. (ī), f

sādṛśasādriśya

  1. ○sādriśya Śiś

sādṛśīya

  1. sādṛśīya mfn. (fr. sa-dṛta), g. kriśâśvâdi

sādṛśya

  1. sādṛśya n. likeness, resemblance, similarity to (comp.) Āpast. R. Hariv. &c

sādṛśyavāda

  1. ○vāda m. N. of various phil. wks

sādeyya

  1. sādeyya wṛ. for sôdarya MBh

sādguṇya

  1. sādguṇya n. (fr. sad-guṇa) the having good qualities, excellence, superiority Car

sāddāla

  1. sāddāla (?) m. a palace (vḷ. sāṭṭāla) Bhadrab

sādbhuta

  1. sâdbhuta mfn. astonished, surprised Kathās

sādya

  1. sādya See p. 1139, col. 1

sādyaska

  1. sādyaska mfn. (fr. sa-dyas) taking place immediately MBh

sādyaskra

  1. sādyaskra (g. kaskâdi) or mfn. (fr. sadyaḥ-krī) performed with Soma bought on the same day

sādyaḥkra

  1. sādyaḥkra mfn. (fr. sadyaḥ-krī) performed with Soma bought on the same day
  2. ns. N. of a partic. Ekâha ṢaḍvBr. ŚrS. MBh

sādyaskraprayoga

  1. ○prayoga m. N. of wk

sādyoja

  1. sādyoja mfn. (fr. sadyo-ja), g. saṃkalâdi

sādh

  1. sādh (connected with √2. sidh), cl. 1. P. Ā. sā́dati, ○te
  2. accord. to Dhātup. xxvi, 71 and xxvii, 16, cl.4. sādhyati, cl. 5. sādhnoti (in JaimBr. also sadhnoti
  3. pf. sasādha
  4. aor. asātsīt
  5. fut. sāddhā, sātsyati
  6. inf. sāddhum, in later language sādhitum
  7. Ved. inf. sádhase, q.v.), to go straight to any goal or aim, attain an object, to be successful, succeed, prosper RV
  8. to being straight to an object or end, further, promote, advance, accomplish, complete, finish ib
  9. to submit or agree to, obey ib
  10. (sādhyati) to be completed or accomplished Dhātup.: Caus. sādhayati (m.c. also ○te
  11. aor. asīṣadhat
  12. Ved. also sīṣadhati, ○dhaḥ, ○dhema, ○dhātu
  13. Pass. sādhyate MBh. &c.), to straighten, make straight (a path) RV
  14. to guide straight or well, direct or bring to a goal ib
  15. to master, subdue, overpower, conquer, win, win over RV. &c. &c
  16. to summon, conjure up (a god or spirit) Kathās
  17. (in law) to enforce payment, recover (a debt), collect (taxes) Mn. Yājñ. &c
  18. to subdue a disease, set right, heal, cure Suśr
  19. to bring to an end or conclusion, complete, make perfect, bring about, accomplish, effect, fulfil, execute, practice with vākyam, 'to execute any one's gen. order'
  20. with naiṣkarmyam', to practise inactivity'
  21. with marum, 'to practise abstinence'
  22. with mantram, 'to practise the recitation of spells') GṛŚrS. Mn. MBh. &c
  23. to attain one's object, be successful MBh. iii, 1441
  24. to produce, make, render (two acc.) Śak. BhP
  25. to establish a truth, substantiate, prove, demonstrate Tattvas. Sarvad
  26. to make ready, prepare MBh
  27. to gain, obtain, acquire, procure ŚBr. &c
  28. to find out (by calculation), Gaiṇt
  29. to grant, bestow, yield MBh. Kāv. &c
  30. to put or place in (loc.) BhP. [Page 1201, Column]
  31. to set out, proceed, go (in dram. accord. to Sāh. = √gam) MBh. Kāv. &c.: Desid. of Caus. siṣādhayisati or sisādhayirhati, to desire to establish or prove Sāh. Sarvad.: Desid. siṣātsati Gr.: Intens., sāsādhyate, sāsdidhi ib

sādh

  1. sādh (ifc.) accomplishing, performing ( yajña-sā́dh)

sādha

  1. sā́dha m. accomplishment, fulfilment RV

sādhaka

  1. sādhaka mf(ikā)n. effective, efficient, productive of (gen. or comp.), accomplishing, fulfilling, completing, perfecting, finishing MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. energizing (said of the fire supposed to burn within the heart and direct the faculty of volition) Suśr
  3. adapted to any purpose, useful, advantageous MBh. Pur
  4. effecting by magic, magical Pañcat. Rājat
  5. demonstrating, conclusive, proving Sarvad
  6. m. an assistant Kāv
  7. an efficient or skilful person, (esp.) an adept, magician Kathās
  8. a worshipper Mālatīm
  9. (akā), f. N. of Durgā L
  10. (ikā), f. very deep or profound sleep (= su-ṣupti) L
  11. a skilful or efficient woman MW
  12. n. (prob.) = sādhana, proof, argument Kap

sādhakatama

  1. ○tama mfn. most effective (-tva n.), Kap. Śaṃk

sādhakatā

  1. ○tā f. usefulness, suitableness, Kull

sādhakatva

  1. ○tva n. magic, jugglery Daś
  2. conclusiveness Sarvad

sādhakavarti

  1. ○varti f. a magical wick Pañcat

sādhakasarvasva

  1. ○sarvasva n. N. of wk

sādhadiṣṭi

  1. sā́dhad-iṣṭi mfn. (fr. pr. p. of √sādh + 3. iṣṭi) having effective sacrifices or prayers RV

sādhana

  1. sā́dhana mf(ī or ā) jn. leading straight to a goal, guiding well, furthering RV
  2. effective, efficient, productive of (comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
  3. procuring Kāv
  4. conjuring up (a spirit) Kathās
  5. denoting, designating, expressive of (comp.) Pāṇ. Sch
  6. m. N. of the author of RV. x, 157 (having the patr. bhauvana) Anukr
  7. (ā), f. accomplishment, performance ( See mantra-s○)
  8. propitiation, worship, adoration L
  9. (am), n. (ifc. f. ā), the act of mastering, overpowering, subduing Kir. Pañcat
  10. subdueing by charms, conjuring up, summoning (spirits &c.) MBh. Kathās
  11. subduing a disease, healing, cure Suśr. MBh. &c
  12. enforcing payment or recovery (of a debt) Daś
  13. bringing about, carrying out, accomplishment, fullilment, completion, perfection Nir. MBh. &c
  14. establishment of a truth, proof. argument, demonstration Yājñ. Sāh. Sarvad
  15. reason or premiss (in a syllogism, leading to a conclusion) Mudr. v, 10
  16. any means of effecting or accomplishing, any agent or instrument or implement or utensil or apparatus, an expedient, requisite for (gen. or comp.) Mn. R. &c
  17. a means of summoning or conjuring up a spirit (or deity) Kālac
  18. means or materials of warfare, military forces, army or portion of an army (sg. and pl.) Hariv. Uttar. Rājat
  19. conflict, battle Śiś
  20. means of correcting or punishing (as 'a stick', 'rod' &c.) TBr. Sch
  21. means of enjoyment, goods, commodities &c. R
  22. efficient cause or source (in general) L
  23. organ of generation (male or female), Sah
  24. (in gram.) the sense of the instrumental or agent (as expressed by the case of a noun, opp. to the action itself) Pat
  25. preparing, making ready, preparation (of food, poison &c.) Kathās. MārkP
  26. obtaining, procuring, gain, acquisition Kāv. BhP
  27. finding out by calculation, computation Gaṇit
  28. fruit, result Pañcat
  29. the conjugational affix or suffix which is placed between the √and terminations (= viiharaṇa, q.v.) Pāṇ. 8-4, 30 Vārtt. 1
  30. (only L. 'matter, material, substance, ingredient, drug, medicine
  31. good works, penance, self-mortification, attainment of beatitude
  32. conciliation, propitiation, worship
  33. killing, destroying
  34. killing metals, depriving them by oxydation &c. of their metallic properties esp. said of mercury
  35. burning on a funeral pile, obsequies
  36. setting out, proceeding, going
  37. going quickly
  38. going after, following.)

sādhanakriyā

  1. ○kriyā f. the act of performing &c
  2. an action connected with a Kāraka Pāṇ
  3. a finite verb ib
  4. a Kṛid-anta affix ib

sādhanakṣama

  1. ○kṣama mfn. admitting of Proof or evidence Yājñ. Sch

sādhanacatuṣṭaya

  1. ○catuṣṭaya n. (in phil.) four kinds of proof. MW

sādhanatā

  1. ○tā f. the being a means of (comp., cf. bahu-s○) Sarvad. Bhāshāp

sādhanatva

  1. ○tva n. efficacy Sāh
  2. = prec. Sarvad
  3. the being a proof or argument Kull. on Mn. viii, 56
  4. state of perfection MW

sādhanadīpikā

  1. ○dīpikā f. N. of wk. on Bhakti by Nārāyaṇa-bhaṭṭa

sādhananirdeśa

  1. ○nirdeśa m. production of proof (in law)
  2. the statement of premisses leading to a conclusion W

sādhanapañcaka

  1. ○pañcaka n. N. of five stanzas giving rules for the attainment of Praśānti or quietude

sādhanapattra

  1. ○pattra n. any written document used as evidence or proof MW

sādhanapaddhati

  1. ○paddhati f. N. of wk. on the worship of Rādhā and Kṛishṇa. [Page 1201, Column]

sādhanabhāga

  1. ○bhāga See mahā-s○

sādhanamālātantra

  1. ○mālā-tantra n

sādhanamuktāvalī

  1. ○muktâvalī f. N. of wks

sādhanarūpin

  1. ○rūpin mfn. having the form or character of an instrument or expedient MW

sādhanavat

  1. ○vat mfn. furnished with proof or evidence Sarvad

sādhanasāgara

  1. ○sāgara m

sādhanasubodhanī

  1. ○subodhanī f. N. of wks

sādbanādhyakṣa

  1. sādbanâdhyakṣa m. superintendent of the military forces Pañcat. (B.)

sādhanārha

  1. sādhanârha mfn. worthy of being accomplished MW

sādhanāvyāpaka

  1. sādhanâvyāpaka mfn. (in logic) not invariably inherent in the proof. MW
  2. -tā f. -tva n. non-invariable inherence in the proof. ib

sādhanaka

  1. sādhanaka (ifc.) = sādhana, a means, expedient (e.g. paśu-s○, a sacrifice offered by means of cattle') Śaṃk. on BṛĀrUp

sādhanī

  1. sādhanī in comp. for sādhana

sādhanīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P

sādhanīkaroti

  1. ○karoti to employ as a means for (loc.) Jātakam

sādhanībhūta

  1. ○bhūta mfn. becoming or being a means or expedient Jaim. Sch

sādhanīdvādaśī

  1. sādhanī-dvādaśī f. N. of wk

sādhanīya

  1. sādhanīya mfn. to be accomplished or performed MBh. Ragh
  2. to be formed (as words) Uṇ. iii, 131 Sch
  3. to be acquired (as knowledge), Kathās
  4. to be proved (-tva n.) Sarvad

sādhanta

  1. sādhanta m. a beggar, mendicant Uṇ. iii, 128 Sch

sādhaya

  1. sādhaya Nom. P. ○yati (fr. sādhu = bāḍha
  2. cf. sādhiṣṭha, sādhīyas), to make hard or firm Vop. ( also Caus. of √sādh)

sādhayitavya

  1. sādhayitavya mfn. (fr. Caus. of √sādh) to be accomplished or performed Hit

sādhayitṛ

  1. sādhayitṛ mfn. (fr. id.) one who brings about, an accomplisher, performer Nir

sādhava

  1. sādhava n. (fr. sādhu), g. pṛthv-ādi

sādhase

  1. sā́dhase (Ved. inf.) for levelling or preparing land (with ksaítrāya) RV. viii, 71, 12

sādhita

  1. sādhita mfn. brought about, accomplished, perfected &c
  2. mastered, subdued, MārkP
  3. proved, demonstrated, Pañeat
  4. made, appointed BhP
  5. punished by a fine, made to pay (= dāpita) L
  6. awarded (as a punishment or fine) W
  7. recovered (as a debt) ib

sādhin

  1. sādhin mfn. accomplishing, performing ( bhāra-s○)

sādhiman

  1. sādhiman m. (fr. sādhu) goodness, perfection, excellence, g. pṛthv-ādi

sādhiṣṭha

  1. sā́dhiṣṭha mfn. (superl. of sādhu) straightest (as a path) RV
  2. most effective (as a sacrifice) ib
  3. very fit, most proper or right ChUp
  4. hardest, very hard or firm (= dṛdha-tama
  5. in these senses regarded as irreg. superl. of bāḍha Pāṇ. 5-3, 63) L

sādhīyas

  1. sādhīyas mfn. (compar. of sādhu) more right or proper, Kusum
  2. more pleasant or agreeable Sāh
  3. harder, firmer, very hard or firm Daś. (in these senses regarded as an irreg. compar. of bāḍha Pāṇ. 5-3, 63) ind. more eagerly. AitBr
  4. in a higher degree, excessively Āpast. Śiś

sādhu

  1. sādhú mf(vií)n. straight, right RV. AV. BhP
  2. leading straight to a goal, hitting the mark, unerring (as an arrow or thunderbolt) RV. ŚBr
  3. straightened, not entangled (as threads) Kauś
  4. well-disposed, kind, willing, obedient RV. R
  5. successful, effective, efficient (as a hymn or prayer) RV. Kām
  6. ready, prepared (as Soma) RV. AitBr
  7. peaceful, secure RV
  8. powerful, excellent, good for (loc.) or towards (loc., gen., dat., acc., with prati, anu, abhi, pari, or comp.) ŚBr. &c. &c
  9. fit, proper, right VarBṛS
  10. good, virtuous, honourable, righteous ŚBr. Mn. MBh. &c
  11. well-born, noble, of honourable or respectable descent W
  12. correct, pure
  13. classical (as language) ib
  14. m. a good or virtuous or honest man ŚBr. Mn. MBh. &c
  15. a holyman, saint, sage, seer Kālid
  16. (with Jainas) a Jina or deified saint W
  17. a jeweller Hit
  18. a merchant, money-lender, usurer L
  19. (in gram., accord. to some) a derivative or inflected noun
  20. (vii), f. a chaste or virtuous woman, faithful wife Mn. MBh. &c
  21. a saintly woman W
  22. a kind of √(= medā) L
  23. n. the good or right or honest, a good &c. thing or act (sādhv asti with dat., 'it is well with-'
  24. sādhu-√man with acc., to consider a thing good, approve') RV. &c. &c
  25. gentleness, kindness, benevolence ŚBr. MBh. &c
  26. (ú), ind. straight, aright, regularly RV. AV
  27. well, rightly, skilfully, properly, agreeably (with √vṛt and loc., 'to behave well towards' [once sā́dhu', in RV. viii, 32, 1]
  28. with √kṛ, 'to set eight'
  29. with √ās, 'to be well or at ease') RV. &c. &c
  30. good! well done! bravo! ŚBr. MBh. &c
  31. well, greatly, in a high degree R. Kām. BhP
  32. well, enough of. away with (instr.)! MBh. Pañcat
  33. well come on! (with Impv. or 1. pr.) MBh. Kāv. &c
  34. assuredly, indeed R. Kām. [Page 1201, Column]

sādhukarman

  1. ○karman (sādhú-), mfn. acting well or rightly RV
  2. doing kind actions, beneficent MW

sādhukāra

  1. ○kāra n. the exclamation sâdhu (i.e. well! well done!), applause (○raṃ-√dā 'to applaud') R. Kāraṇḍ

sādhukārin

  1. ○kārín mfn. acting well or rightly, skilled, clever ŚBr. MBh. &c

sādhukīrti

  1. ○kīrti m. N. of an author Cat

sādhukṛt

  1. ○kṛ́t mfn. = -kārin ŚBr

sādhukṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. (ifc.) well or rightly done BhP

sādhukṛtya

  1. ○kṛtya n. compensation, requital ib
  2. advantage Kām
  3. (ā́), f. good or right manner of acting VS. TS. ŚBr. KātyŚr

sādhugata

  1. ○gata mfn. resorted to by the 'good, respectable, virtuous' MW

sādhucaraṇa

  1. ○caraṇa mfn. well-conducted, righteous Lāṭy

sādhucaritra

  1. ○caritra n. N. of wk

sādhuja

  1. ○ja mfn. well-born, 'good conduct' W

sādhujana

  1. ○jana m. a good person, honest man Kāv. Dhūrtas' (aṣ○)

sādhujāta

  1. ○jāta mfn. of a good kind, beautiful MBh. R

sādhutama

  1. ○tama mfn. best, most excellent MBh

sādhutara

  1. ○tara mfn. better than (abl.) Kām

sādhutas

  1. ○tas ind. from a good man Mn. iv, 252

sādhutā

  1. ○tā f. rightness, correctness Āpast
  2. honesty, uprightness Kām. Daś. &c. Sch
  3. goodness, excellence Uttarar
  4. kindness Kāv
  5. honesty, uprightness Pañcat. Uttarar. &c

sādhudatta

  1. ○datta m. a proper N. Campak

sādhudarśin

  1. ○darśin mfn. seeing well TĀr. Sch
  2. well-discerning (a-s○) Śak

sādhudāyin

  1. ○dāyin mfn. Pāṇ. 3-2, 78 Vārtt. 1 Pat

sādhudevin

  1. ○devín mfn. playing skilfully or fortunately AV. MBh

sādhudevī

  1. ○devī f. a mother-in-law L

sādhudvitilya

  1. ○dvitilya mfn. having a merchant as second, accompanied by a-mṭmerchant MW

sādhudhī

  1. ○dhī f. a good understanding MW
  2. good disposition ib
  3. mfn. having good undṭunderstanding, wise, welldisposed ib
  4. (īs), f. a mother-in-law L

sādhudhvani

  1. ○dhvani m. sound of applause or acclamation Kād

sādhuniguhin

  1. ○niguhin mfn. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-4, 89

sādhunigraha

  1. ○nigraha mf(ā)n. having a convenient handle Suśr

sādhupadavī

  1. ○padavī f. the path or way of the good Bhartṛ

sādhuputra

  1. ○putra m. N. of, man Buddh

sādhupuṣpa

  1. ○puṣpa n. a beautiful flower MW
  2. the flower of the Hibiscus Mutabilis L

sādhupratikramaṇasūtra

  1. ○pratikramaṇa-sūtra n. N. of wk

sādhuphala

  1. ○phala mfn. bearing good fruit, having good results or consequences Śak. vii, 25, 26 (vḷ)

sādhubhāva

  1. ○bhāva m. good nature, goodness, kindness MBh

sādhumat

  1. ○mat mfn. good MW
  2. (atī), f. one of the ten grades of a Bodhi-sattva Cat
  3. N. of a Tantra deity Buddh

sādhumata

  1. ○mata mfn. well thought of, highly prized MW

sādhumātra

  1. ○mātra m. an effective prayer or spell Kām

sādhumātrā

  1. ○mātrā f. the right measure (○rayā, 'in due measure') Kām

sādhummanya

  1. ○m-manya mfn. thinking one's self good or virtuous W

sādhuratnasūri

  1. ○ratna-sūri m. N. of an author Cat

sādhurandhin

  1. ○randhin mfn. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 7-61. 1

sādhuvat

  1. ○vat mfn. right, correct RPrāt. 2

sādhuvat

  1. ○vat ind. as if good, as if correct MW

sādhuvandana

  1. ○vandana n. N. of wk

sādhuvācaka

  1. ○vācaka mfn. telling or expressing what is good VP

sādhuvāda

  1. ○vāda m. exclaiming 'well done!' ( daṃ-√dā, 'to applaud') MBh. Śiś. Kathās. &c
  2. the name of an honest man, good renown, fame, reputation BhP
  3. a right sentence ib

sādhuvādin

  1. ○vādin mfn. speaking rightly or justly Gaut
  2. applauding Hariv
  3. wṛ. for -vāhin MBh. vii, 7786

sādhuvāha

  1. ○vāha m. a good or well-trained horse MW

sādhuvāhin

  1. ○vāhin mfn. drawing (a carriage) well MBh. Hcat
  2. m. a good or welltrained horse W
  3. mfn. having good horse W

sādhuvigarhita

  1. ○vi-garhita mfn. blamed or censured by the good R

sādhuvṛkṣa

  1. ○vṛkṣa m. a good tree ib
  2. Nanclea-Cadamba L
  3. Crataeva Roxburghī ib

sādhuvṛtta

  1. ○vṛtta mfn. well rounded R. Bhartṛ
  2. well-conducted, having good manners MBh. Kāv. Gaut
  3. m. a well-conducted person, virtuous or honest man MW
  4. n. good conduct, honesty R
  5. -tā f. the being well-conducted, honourableness Kathās

sādhuvṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti f. good means of living MW
  2. good exposition, excellent commentary ib
  3. good or moral practice or observance W
  4. mfn. well rounded Bhartṛ. (v. l.)
  5. well-conducted ib. (v. l.)
  6. -tā f. the being well-conducted MBh

sādhuveṣa

  1. ○veṣa mfn. well dressed Car

sādhuśabda

  1. ○śabda m. = -kāra MBh

sādhuśīla

  1. ○śīla mfn. well-disposed, virtuously inclined (-tva n.) Hit
  2. virtuous, righteous W

sādhuśukla

  1. ○śukla mfn. quite white MBh

sādhuṣṭhāna

  1. ○ṣṭhāna (s○ + sthāna), n. the right point of view, right way Āpast

sādhusaṃsarga

  1. ○saṃsarga m. association with the good MW

sādhusaṃskṛta

  1. ○saṃskṛtá mfn. well prepared or arranged ŚBr

sādhusamakṣarūpa

  1. ○samakṣarūpa mfn. well before the eyes Śak.vii, 31 (vḷ.)

sādhusamācāra

  1. ○samācāra m. 'conduct of the righteous', N. of wk
  2. mfn. well-behaved Pañcat

sādhusammata

  1. ○sammata mfn. approved by the good R

sādhusiddha

  1. ○siddha mfn. quite finished or perfect Suśr

sādhūkta

  1. sādhū7kta mfn. said or declared by the good W

sādhuka

  1. sādhuka m. N. of a low or degraded tribe ib

sādhuyā

  1. sādhuyā́ ind. in a straight course, directly towards any mark or aim RV
  2. plainly, simply AV
  3. rightly, duly RV. VS. TS. [Page 1202, Column]
  4. kindly, properly, amicably MW

sādhya

  1. sādhyá mfn. to be subdued or mastered or won or managed, conquerable, amenable MBh. R. &c
  2. to be summoned or conjured up L
  3. to be set to rights, to be treated or healed or cured Suśr. MBh. Kathās
  4. to be formed (grammatically) Vop
  5. to be cultivated or perfected Kāv
  6. to be accomplished or fulfilled or brought about or effected or attained, practicable, feasible, attainable Mn. MBh. &c
  7. being effected or brought about, taking place Kāś
  8. to be prepared or cooked Car
  9. to be inferred or concluded Sarvad. Bhāshāp. Kpr
  10. to be proved or demonstrated Ragh. Sāh
  11. to be found out by calculation VarBṛS. Gaṇit
  12. to be killed or destroyed MW
  13. relating to the Sādhyas ( See below) MBh. BhP
  14. m. (pl.) 'they that are to be propitiated', N. of a class of celestial beings (belonging to the gaṇa-devatā, q.v., sometimes mentioned in the Veda [see RV. x, 90, 1]
  15. in the ŚBr. their world is said to be above the sphere of the gods
  16. according to Yāska [Nir. xii, 4] their locality is the Bhuvarloka or middle region between the earth and sun
  17. in Mn. i, 22, the Sādhyas are described as created after the gods with natures exquisitely refined, and in iii, 195, as children of the Soma-sads, sons of Virāj
  18. in the Purāṇas they are sons of Sādhyā, and their number is variously twelve or seventeen
  19. in the later mythology they seem to be superseded by the Siddhas, See siddha
  20. and their names are Manas, Mantṛi, Prâṇa, Nara, Pāna, Vinirbhaya, Naya, Daṃsa, Nārāyaṇa, Vṛisha, Prabhu) RV. &c. &c
  21. the god of love L
  22. N. of a Vedic Ṛishi, IndSt
  23. of the 21st astronomical Yoga L
  24. (ā), f. N. of a daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma or Manu (regarded as the mother of the Sādhyas) Hariv. Pur
  25. (am), n. accomplishment, perfection W
  26. an object to be accomplished, thing to be proved or established, matter in debate ib
  27. (in logic) the major term in a syllogism ib
  28. silver L
  29. N. of a Sāman ArshBr

sādhyakośa

  1. ○kośa m. N. of a dictionary

sādhyatā

  1. ○tā f. practicableness, feasibility MW
  2. conquerableness ( See a-s○)
  3. curableness ( See a-s○)
  4. ○tôvacchedaka n. the distinguishing property of the thing to be proved MW

sādhyatva

  1. ○tva n. curableness Suśr
  2. perfectibility Sarvad
  3. practicability Kāv. KapS. Bhāshāp

sādhyapakṣa

  1. ○pakṣa m. the side of the thing to be proved (in a lawsuit) MW

sādhyapramāṇasaṃkhyāvat

  1. ○pramāṇa-saṃkhyā-vat mfn. containing the number of the things to be proved and of the proofs Yājñ. Sch

sādhyarṣi

  1. ○rṣi ([○ya+RSi]), m. N. of Śiva MW

sādhyavat

  1. ○vat mfn. comprehending the point to be proved Yājñ. Sch
  2. containing the major term (in logic) W
  3. m. the party on whom the burden of proof in a lawsuit rests W

sādhyavyāpaka

  1. ○vyāpaka mfn. (in log.) invariably inherent in that which is to be proved ib
  2. -tā f. invariable inherence in what is to be proved ib

sādhyasama

  1. ○sama m. an assertion identical with the point to be proved, petitio principī Sarvad. Nyāyad
  2. -tva n. sameness with the point to be proved (○tvāt, 'because it is the same with what is to be proved') Nīlak. Nyāyad

sādhyasādhana

  1. ○sādhana n. the means of establishing what is to be proved (e.g. a Hetu or reason), effecting what has to be done &c. W
  2. -kaumudī f. -khaṇḍa, N. of wks

sādhyasiddha

  1. ○siddha mfn. to be still accomplished and already accomplished R

sādhyasiddhi

  1. ○siddhi f. accomplishment of what has to be done MW
  2. the establishing of what has to be proved IW
  3. the success of an undertaking, accomplishment fulfilment ib
  4. proof. conclusion ib
  5. -pāda m. the fourth stage or division of a suit at law, judgment, decision ib

sādhyābhāva

  1. sādhyâbhāva m. absence of the thing to be proved ib
  2. impossibility of cure ib

sādhyā

  1. sādhyā́ ind. (for 1. See under sādhyá) = sādhuyā́ TS. TBr

sādhv

  1. sādhv in comp. for sādhu

sādhvanindita

  1. ○anindita mfn. unblamed by the good, of irreproachable character W

sādhvapāsanavidhi

  1. ○apâsana-vidhi m. N. of wk

sādhvaryā

  1. ○aryā́ mf(ā́)n. (prob.) truly faithful RV

sādhvalaṃkṛta

  1. ○alaṃkṛta mfn. beautifully adorned MW

sādhvasādhu

  1. ○asādhú mfn. good and bad (-tva n.) VarBṛS
  2. m. pl. the good and the wicked MBh
  3. n. du. good and bad things ŚBr. R

sādhvācāra

  1. ○ācāra m. the conduct of the good, virtuous conducted VarBṛS
  2. mfn. well-conducted conducted Mn. MBh

sādhvī

  1. sādhvī f. See under sādhú, p. 1201, col

sādhvīka

  1. sādhvīka See sa-sādh○ p. 5192, col. 2

sādhamitrika

  1. sādhamitrika mf(ā, or ī)n. (fr. sadha-mitra), g. kāśy-ādi

sādhaya

  1. sādhaya See p. 1201, col. 2, and √sādh, p. 1200 col. 3. [Page 1202, Column]

sādharmika

  1. sādharmika m. (fr. sa-dharma) one of the same faith or religion HPariś

sādharmya

  1. sādharmya n. community or equality of duty or office or properties, sameness or identity of nature, likeness or homogeneousness with (gen. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. the being of the same religion MW
  3. -sama m. (in Nyāya) a pretended or sham objection Nyāyas

sādhāna

  1. sādhāna mfn. together with the receptacle ŚBr

sādhāra

  1. sādhāra mfn. having a support or basis or foundation NṛisUp. Pañcar. (cf. niḥ- and bahu-s○)

sādhāraṇa

  1. sâdhāraṇa mf(ī or ā)n. 'having or resting on the same support or basis', belonging or applicable to many or all, general, common to all, universal, common to (gen., dat., instr. with and without saha, or comp.) RV. &c. &c
  2. like, equal or similar to (instr. or comp.) Hariv. Kālid
  3. behaving alike Dhūrtas
  4. having something of two opposite properties, occupying a middle position, mean (between two extremes, e.g. 'neither too dry nor too wet', 'neither too cool nor too hot') Suśr. Kām. VarBṛS
  5. (in logic) belonging to more than the one instance alleged (one of the three divisions of the fallacy called anaikāntika, q.v.)
  6. generic W
  7. m. N. of the 44th (or 18th) year of Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBṛS
  8. (ī), f. a key L
  9. a twig of bamboo (perhaps used as a bolt) MW
  10. m. or n. (?) N. of a Nyāya wk. by Gāda-dhara
  11. (am), n. something in common, a league or alliance with (comp.) Subh
  12. a common rule or one generally applicable W
  13. a generic property, a character common to all the individuals of a species or to all the species of a genus &c. ib
  14. (am), ind. commonly, generally L

sādhāraṇakroḍa

  1. ○kroḍa m

sādhāraṇagrantha

  1. ○grantha m. N. of wks

sādhāraṇatā

  1. ○tā f. commonness, community (○tāṃ-√nī, to make common property') Rājat

sādhāraṇatva

  1. ○tva n. universality Nyāyam. Sch
  2. temperateness Suśr

sādhāraṇadeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of an author Cat

sādhāraṇadeśa

  1. ○deśa m. common land MW
  2. a wild marshy country ib

sādhāraṇadhana

  1. ○dhana n. joint or common property ib

sādhāraṇadharma

  1. ○dharma m. comṭcommon or universal duty, conduct or duty binding on all castes and orders alike (as humanity &c.) IW

sādhāraṇanyāsa

  1. ○nyāsa m. N. of wk

sādhāraṇapakṣa

  1. ○pakṣa n. common side or party, middle side, the mean (between two extremes) MW

sādhāraṇapūrvapakṣarahasya

  1. ○pūrva-pakṣa-rahasya n

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  1. sādhāraṇaprāyaścittasaṃgraha3sâdhāraṇa--prâyaścitta-saṃgraha m

sādhāraṇarahasya

  1. ○rahasya n

sādhāraṇavāda

  1. ○vāda m

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  1. sādhāraṇavratapratiṣṭhāprayoga3sâdhāraṇa--vrata-pratiṣṭhāprayoga m. N. of wks

sādhāraṇastrī

  1. ○strī f. a common woman, harlot Sāh

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  1. sādhāraṇāsādhāraṇānupasaṃhārivirodhagrantha3sādhāraṇâsādhāraṇânupasaṃhāri-virodha-grantha m. or N. of wk

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  1. sādhāraṇāsādhāraṇānupasaṃhārivirodhagrodhin3sādhāraṇâsādhāraṇânupasaṃhāri-virodha-gḍrodhin n. N. of wk

sādhāraṇī

  1. sâdhāraṇī f. See under sâdhāraṇa

sādhāraṇī

  1. sâdhāraṇī in comp. for ○raṇa

sādhāraṇīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. -karoti, to make common property, share with (saha) R. Kād
  2. to make equal with (comp.) MBh

sādhāraṇībhū

  1. ○√bhū to become equal Ragh

sādhāraṇya

  1. sâdhāraṇya n. commonness, universality Sāh. Sarvad. &c
  2. equalness, analogy, Sah
  3. = kuñcikā MW
  4. (ā́), ind. commonly, all together RV

sādhārita

  1. sâdhārita mfn. supported Campak

sādhṛta

  1. sâdhṛta n. 'what is held together', a stall, shop W
  2. an umbrella, parasol ib
  3. a flock of peacocks ib

sādhika

  1. sâdhika mf(ā)n. (for sādhikā See sādaka, p. 1201, col. 1) having excess or a surplus, excessive, increased, more than full or complete Gobh. Pur. Divyâv

sādhikṣepa

  1. sâdhikṣepa mfn. having or showing contempt, taunting, ironical (as language) MBh

sādhidaiva

  1. sâdhidaiva mfn. (united or identified) with supreme deity W

sādhidaivata

  1. sâdhidaivata mfn. having a tutelary deity Śak. (vḷ.)

sādhibhūta

  1. sâdhibhūta mfn. (identified) with the Being who is 'the substratum of all material objects' W

sādhibhūtādhidaiva

  1. sâdhibhūtâdhidaiva mfn. identical with the Adhibhūtas and Adhidaivas (qq.vv.) Bhag

sādhimāna

  1. sâdhimāna mfn. with the surplus or excess ŚBr

sādhiyujña

  1. sâdhiyujña mfn. one with the Being who presides over sacrifice Bhag

sādhivāsa

  1. sâdhivāsa mfn. having perfume, fragrant MBh. [Page 1202, Column]

sādhiṣṭha

  1. sādhiṣṭha sādhīyas, See p. 1201

sādhiṣṭhāna

  1. sâdhiṣṭhāna mfn. having a solid basis, possessing a firm foundation R

sādhu

  1. sādhu &c. See p. 1201, col. 2

sādhya

  1. sādhya &c. See col. 1

sādhyavasānā

  1. sâdhyavasānā or ○nikā f. (in rhet.) an elliptical figure of speech (in which the meaning is left to be implied) Sāh. Sarvad

sādhyavasāya

  1. sâdhyavasāya mfn. elliptical Pratāp

sādhyāsa

  1. sādhyāsa mfn. having an addition Lāṭy

sādhyāhāra

  1. sâdhyāhāra mfn. having or with something to be supplied ĀpGṛ. Sch

sādhra

  1. sādhra n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr

sādhvasa

  1. sādhvasa n. (ifc. f. ā
  2. fr. sa + dhvasa = dhvaṃsa) consternation, perturbation, alarm, terror, fear of (gen. or comp
  3. ○saṃ-√gam, to become terrified') MBh. Kāv. &c
  4. (in dram.) false alarm, sudden fright, panic (one of the 7 divisions of the Bhaṇika, q.v.) Sāh

sādhvasavipluta

  1. ○vipluta mfn. overwhelmed with consternation MW

sānaga

  1. sā́naga m. (fr. sanaga) N. of a teacher MaitrS

sānatkumāra

  1. sānatkumāra mfn. relating to Sanat-kumāra
  2. m. pl. a partic. class of gods Dharmaś
  3. n. N. of an Upa-purāṇa

sānatsujāta

  1. sānatsujāta mfn. relating to Sanat-sujāta MBh

sānanda

  1. sânanda mf(ā)n. having joy or happiness, joyful, glad, delighted with (comp.) Kāv. Kathās
  2. m. a kind of tree L
  3. N. of a youth attendant on Rādhā Pañcar
  4. (with miśra) N. of an author Cat
  5. (ā), f. a form of Lakshmī ib
  6. (am), ind. joyfully, with delight Kāv. Sāh

sānandagadgadapadam

  1. ○gadgadapadam ind. speaking indistinctly through joy Gīt

sānandagovinda

  1. ○govinda N. of various wks

sānandanī

  1. ○nī f. N. of a river MārkP

sānandāśru

  1. sânandâśru n. tears of joy Pañcar

sānandūra

  1. sānandūra N. of a Tīrtha Cat

sānandūramāhātmya

  1. ○māhātmya n. N. of a ch. of the VarP

sānala

  1. sânala mfn. containing fire MW
  2. together with the Nakshatra Kṛittikā VarBṛS
  3. m. the retinous exudation of the Śāl tree W

sānasī

  1. sānasī́ sānin, See p. 1196, col. 3

sānāthya

  1. sānāthya n. (fr. sa-nātha) assistance, aid, help Kathās

sānikā

  1. sānikā f. (of unknown derivation) a flute, pipe L

sāneyikā

  1. sāneyikā and id. L

sāneyī

  1. sāneyī id. L

sānibāpa

  1. sānibāpa (of unknown meaning) Pañcad

sānu

  1. sā́nu m. n. (accord. to Uṇ. i, 3 fr. √san
  2. collateral form 3. snu) a summit, ridge, surface, top of a mountain, (in later language generally) mountain-ridge, table-land RV. &c. &c. (L. also, a sprout
  3. a forest
  4. road
  5. gale of wind
  6. sage, learned man
  7. the sun')

sānuja

  1. ○ja m. (for sânuja See p. 1203, col. a) 'produced on table-land', Xauthoxylon Alatum Bhpr
  2. n. the flower of Hibiscus Mutabilis L

sānuprastha

  1. ○prastha m. N. of a monkey R

sānumat

  1. ○mat mfn. having a summit or ridge R
  2. m. a mountain, hill Kāv. Rājat
  3. (atī), f. N. of an Apsaras Śak

sānuruha

  1. ○ruha mfn. growing on a mountain-ridge (as a wood) R

sānuka

  1. sānuká mfn. elevated, arrogant (Sāy
  2. but See p. 1196, col. 3)

sānukampa

  1. sânukampa mf(ā)n. full of pity, compassionate, tender, kind (am ind.) Daś. Kathās

sānukūla

  1. sânukūla mfn. (= anukūla) favourable, agreeable Cāṇ

sānukūlya

  1. sānukūlya n. favour, service, assistance Sāh

sānukrośa

  1. sânukrośa mf(ā)n. full of compassion, compassionate, merciful, kind (am ind
  2. -tā f.) MBh. R. &c

sānuga

  1. sânuga mfn. having attendants, with followers Mn. iii, 87

sānucara

  1. sânucara mf(ī)n. id. Kauś. Car. [Page 1203, Column]

sānuja

  1. sânuja mfn. (fo sānu-ja See p. 1202, col. 3) accompanied by or along with a younger brother R

sānutarṣam

  1. sânutarṣam ind. by or through thirst Śiś

sānutāpa

  1. sânutāpa mf(ā)n. feeling repentance Kathās. Rājat

sānunaga

  1. sânunaga mf(ā)n. having courtesy, courteous, polite, civil, kind (am ind.) R. Daś

sānunāsika

  1. sânunāsika mfn. nasalized (as a vowel) Vop
  2. singing through the nose Saṃgīt

sānunāsikavalkhya

  1. ○valkhya mfn. Speaking with a nasal sound (-tva n.) Suśr

sānunāsikya

  1. sânunāsikya mfn. nasalized, nasal TPrāt. Sch
  2. n. nasality. ib

sānunāsyam

  1. sânunāsyam ind. with a nasal sound, in a nasal tone, IndSt

sānuprāsa

  1. sânuprâsa mf(ā)n. containing alliteration Kāvyâd

sānuplava

  1. sânuplava mfn. accompanied by followers or attendants MW

sānubandha

  1. sânubandha mf(ā)n. possessing connection or continuity, uninterrupted, continuous Ragh. Suśr
  2. having results or consequences R
  3. together with one's (or its) belongings R. Suśr

sānubandhaka

  1. sânubandhaka mfn. having an indicatory letter or syllable ( See anubundha) Pat

sānumāna

  1. sânumāna mfn. (in phil.) dependent on or associated with an inference (opp. to nir-anumāna) Tattvas

sānuyātra

  1. sânuyātra mfn. attended by followers, with a retinue R

sānurāga

  1. sânurāga mf(ā)n. feeling or betraying passion, affectionate, enamoured of (loc.) Kāv. Kathās. MārkP

sānuvakraga

  1. sânuvakra-ga mfn. = anuvakraga Sūryas

sānuvaṣaṭkāra

  1. sânuvaṣaṭ-kāra mfn. accompanied with the exclamation Vashaṭ ĀpŚr

sānuśaya

  1. sânuśaya mfn. filled with remorse Rājat
  2. irritable, angry (am ind., 'remosefully') Bālar
  3. affected by the remainder of the consequences of action which brings the soul back to the earth Śaṃk

sānuṣak

  1. sânuṣák ind. (prob.) = ānuṣak, continually, perpetually (accord. to Sāy. = next
  2. accord. to others sa ānuṣag are two separate words) RV. i, 176, 5

sānuṣaṅga

  1. sânuṣaṅga m. an uninterrupted series Sāy. on RV. i, 176, 5

sānuṣṭi

  1. sānuṣṭi m. pl., a patr. Saṃskārak

sānusāra

  1. sânusāra mf(ā)n. together with all followers or belongings Hariv. (Nīlak.)

sānusvarita

  1. sânusvarita mfn. (prob.) resounding, re-echoing Hariv

sānusvāra

  1. sânusvāra mfn. having the nasal mark Anusvāra RPrāt

sānūkāśa

  1. sânūkāśa mfn. together with the after-light or after-glow ĀśvGṛ

sānūpa

  1. sânūpa mfn. having well-watered soil Hariv. Kām

sāneyikā

  1. sāneyikā ○yī, See p. 1202, col. 3

sānta

  1. sānta n. (perhaps wṛ. for śānta) joy L

sāntaḥstha

  1. sântaḥstha mfn. having (or along with) semivowels RPrāt

sāntaka

  1. sântaka mf(ā)n. together with Antaka, i.e. Yama Rājat

sāṃtatika

  1. sāṃtatika mfn. (fr. saṃ-tati) bestowing offspring Hariv

sāṃtapana

  1. sāṃtapaná mfn. (fr. saṃ-tapana) heating, warming, warm (said of the Maruts) RV. AV. Br. ŚrS
  2. relating to the sun VS. (Mahīdh.)
  3. sacred to the Sāṃtapana Maruts ŚāṅkhŚr
  4. m. or n. (with and without kṛcchra) a kind of penance Baudh. Mn. xi, 124 &c. [Page 1203, Column]

sāṃtapanāyana

  1. sāṃtapanāyana m. pl., a patr. Saṃskārak

sāṃtapanīya

  1. sāṃtapanī́ya mfn. relating or belonging to the Sāṃtapana Maruts ŚBr. KātyŚr
  2. (ā), f. (scil. iṣṭi) a sacrifice offered to the above Jaim

sāṃtāpika

  1. sāṃtāpika mfn. able to warm or heat Pāṇ. 5-1, 101

sāntara

  1. sântara mf(ā)n. having an interval or interstices MBh
  2. different (opp. to eka-rūpa) VarBṛS
  3. having an intervening clause or appendix MBh
  4. not close or compact, open in texture L
  5. mixed or mingled with others L

sāntarapluta

  1. ○pluta n. a manner of jumping MBh. (= plavanântaritā gatiḥ Nīlak.)

sāntarottara

  1. sāntarôttara n. receiving (as a gift) more than one under and upper garment (in contravention of monastic rules) Buddh

sāntarāya

  1. sântarāya mfn. separated by an interval of time from (abl.) Sāh. (tā f. ib.)

sāntarāla

  1. sântarāla mfn. having an interval &c
  2. together with the intermediate or mixed (castes) Mn. ii, 18

sāntardīpa

  1. sântardīpa mf(ā)n. having a lamp placed within or inside Suśr

sāntardeśa

  1. sântardeśa mfn. together with the intermediate regions AV

sāntarnidāghajvaram

  1. sântarnidāgha-jvaram ind. with an internal burning fever, Śāntiś

sāntarhāsa

  1. sântarhāsa mfn. with an inward laugh (am ind.) Megh. Kathās

sāṃtāna

  1. sāṃtāna mfn. (fr. saṃ-tāna) derived or taken from the Kalpa tree (called Saṃtāna) Hariv

sāṃtānika

  1. sāṃtānika mf(ī)n. stretching, extending W
  2. desirous of offspring Hcat
  3. = prec. Kir
  4. m. a Brāhman intending to marry for the sake of issue W
  5. (pl.) N. of partic. worlds MBh

sāntv

  1. sāntv (also written śāntv, q.v.), cl. 10. P.Ā. (Dhātup. xxxii, 33
  2. rather Nom. fr. sāntva below) sāntvayati, ○te (pr. p. once in MBh. [viii, 24] sāntvamāna and once [vi, 491] sāntvayāna
  3. aor. asasāntvat Gr
  4. ind. p. sāntvayitvā MBh
  5. sāntivayya BhP.: Pass. sāntvyate MBh. Hariv.), to console, comfort, soothe, conciliate, address kindly or gently Mn. MBh. &c

sāntva

  1. sāntva n. (sg. and pl.) consolation, conciliation, mild or gentle language or words MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. mfn. mild, gentle R
  3. sweet (as sound) L
  4. (ayā), ind. with mild or kind words, in a gentle manner BhP

sāntvatas

  1. ○tas ind. with kind words Kathās

sāntvada

  1. ○da mfn. giving comfort or peace to (gen.) MBh

sāntvapūrva

  1. ○pūrva mfn. coaxing, concilatory (as speech
  2. am ind.) ib

sāntvavāda

  1. ○vāda m. sg. and pl. speaking in a kindly and affectionate manner Amar

sāntvana

  1. sāntvana n. (sg. and pl.) or the act of appeasing or reconciling, soothing with kind words, consolation or conciliation of (gen. or comp.) MBh. R. &c

sāntvanā

  1. sāntvaḍnā f. the act of appeasing or reconciling, soothing with kind words, consolation or conciliation of (gen. or comp.) MBh. R. &c

sāntvanīya

  1. sāntvanīya mfn. to be soothed or comforted, serving for soothing or comforting Car

sāntvayitṛ

  1. sāntvayitṛ mfn. one who comforts or speaks or acts kindly R

sāntvita

  1. sāntvita mfn. soothed, comforted, conciliated MBh

sāndilya

  1. sāndilya wṛ. for śāṇḍilya

sāṃdīpani

  1. sāṃdīpani m. (fr. sam-dipana) N. of a Muni (accord. to VP. he was the tutor of Kṛishna and Bala-rama, and requested as his preceptor's fee that his son, supposed to be drowned in the sea but kept under the waters by the demon Pañca-jana, should be restored to him
  2. Kṛishṇa plunged into the sea, killed the demon, and brought back the boy to his father) Hariv. Kād. Pur

sāṃdṛṣṭika

  1. sāṃdṛṣṭika mfn. (fr. saṃdṛṣṭi) visible or perceptible at the same time, relating to present perception, appearing at once or immediately L
  2. evident, undeniable VarBṛS
  3. n. (scil. phala) present perception of a result, immediate consequence L

sāndra

  1. sāndra mf(ā)n. (of unknown derivation) viscid, unctuous, oily Suśr
  2. thick, solid, compact, dense Kāv. Kāthās. Pur
  3. strong, vehement intense Kālid. Daś. Prab
  4. studded or crowded with, full of (instr. or comp.) Naish. Prab. [Page 1203, Column]
  5. smooth, soft, bland, tender Kālid. Vās
  6. n. a wood, thicket L
  7. a heap, cluster W

sāndrakutūhala

  1. ○kutūhala mfn. having intense curiosity MW
  2. n. N. of a Prahasana

sāndratama

  1. ○tama mfn. most compact or dense Śiś

sāndratara

  1. ○tara mfn. more (or most) vehement or intense (am ind.) ib

sāndratā

  1. ○tā f. thickness, denseness, vehemence, intensity Gīt

sāndratva

  1. ○tva n. id. MW

sāndratvakka

  1. ○tvak-ka mfn. provided with a thick skin or covering Śiś

sāndrapada

  1. ○pada n. a kind of metre Ked

sāndrapuṣpa

  1. ○puṣpa m. 'having thick clustering flowers', the tree Terminalia Bellerica L

sāndraprasādameha

  1. ○prasāda-meha m. a kind of diabetes Car

sāndramaṇi

  1. ○maṇi m. N. of a man, Saṃskarak

sāndramūtra

  1. ○mūtra mfn. discharging viscous urine Car

sāndrameha

  1. ○meha m. a kind of diabetes ib
  2. ○hin mfn. suffering from it ib

sāndrasnigdha

  1. ○snígdha mfn. thick and unctuous L

sāndrasparśa

  1. ○sparśa mfn. unctuous or soft to the touch Mālav

sāndrī

  1. sāndrī in comp. for sāndra

sāndrīkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. made thick or dense Ragh
  2. increased, strengthened Vās

sāndrībhū

  1. ○√bhū P. -bhavati, to become thick Car

sāṃdrāvina

  1. sāṃdrāvina n. (fr. saṃ-drāvin) running together from all sides Pāṇ. 3-3, 44 Sch

sāṃdha

  1. sāṃdha mfn. (fr. saṃ-dhi) situated at the point of contact Megh. Sch

sāṃdhya

  1. sāṃdhya mfn. produced by coalescence (as a syllable) Nir

sāṃdhika

  1. sāṃdhika m. (fr. saṃ-dhā, or saṃdhikā) a distiller L

sāṃdhivigrahika

  1. sāṃdhivigrahika m. (fr. saṃdhi-vigraha) a minister who decides upon peace and war Kāv. Rājat

sāṃdhivela

  1. sāṃdhivela mfn. (fr. saṃdhi-velā) Pāṇ. 4-3, 16
  2. (ī), f. Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis L

sāṃdhya

  1. sāṃdhya mfn. (fr. saṃ-dhyā) relating to the evening twilight, vespertine Kāv. Kathās
  2. relating to the morning twilight or dawn MW

sāṃdhyakusumā

  1. ○kusumā f. Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis L

sāṃdhyabhojana

  1. ○bhojana n. an evening meal Bhpr

sānna

  1. sânna mf(ā)n. together with, food, having food Vishṇ

sāṃnata

  1. sāṃnata n. (fr. saṃ-nati) N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr

saṃnatya

  1. saṃnatya mfn. relating to natural bent or inclination, Ānukr

sāṃnahanika

  1. sāṃnahanika mfn. (fr. saṃnahana) = next Śiś
  2. m. an armour-bearer W

sāṃnāhika

  1. sāṃnāhika mfn. (fr. saṃ-nāha) relating to the putting on of armour, preparation for battle, calling to arms (as a drum) MBh
  2. = next ib

sāṃnāhuka

  1. sāṃnāhuka mfn. able to bear arms AitBr

sāṃnāyya

  1. sāṃnāyyá n. (fr. saṃ-√nī) any, substance mixed with clarified butter &c. and offered as a burnt offering or oblation, (esp.) a partic. offering of the Agni-hotṛis (said to consist of milk taken from a cow on the evening of the new moon, mixed on the next day with other milk and offered with clarified butter) TS. Br. KātyŚr

sāṃnāyyakumabhī

  1. ○kumabhī f. a jar or receptable for the Sāṃnāyya ĀpŚr

sāṃnāyyatva

  1. ○tvá n. the being a SṭSāṃnāyya MaitrS

sāṃnāyyapātra

  1. ○pātra n. the pan or receptacle for the Sāṃnāyya ĀpŚr

sāṃnāyyabhājana

  1. ○bhājana (○yyá-), mf(ā)n. relating to the Sāṃnāyya ŚBr

sāṃnāyyavat

  1. ○vat ind. like (at) the SṭSāṃnāyya KātyŚr

sāṃnāyyokhā

  1. sāṃnāyyôkhā́ f. the pan for the SṭSāṃnāyya TBr

sāṃnidhya

  1. sāṃnidhya n. (fr. saṃ-nidhi) the being near, nearness, vicinity, presence, attendance (acc. with √kṛ, 'to make one's appearance, be or become present'
  2. with Caus. of √kṛ, to cause to be near, call near'
  3. with √yā, or √vraj 'to come near, approach'
  4. -pakṣe-√jan with gen., 'to take the place of') Mn. MBh. &c

sāṃnidhyatas

  1. ○tas ind. from proximity Mālatīm

sāṃnidhyatā

  1. ○tā f. vicinity, neighbourhood Hariv

sāṃnipātika

  1. sāṃnipātika mfn. (fr. saṃnipāta) coming into close contact or conjunction, coalescing GṛŚrS
  2. complicated (esp. applied to a dangerous illness produced by a combined derangement of the three humours) Suśr

sāṃnipātikakarman

  1. ○karman n. the treatment of the above illness Kāv. Suśr
  2. miscellaneous, promiscuous, collective W

sāṃnipātin

  1. sāṃnipātin mfn. (= saṃ-n○) falling together, meeting (○ti-tva n.) KātyŚr

sāṃnipātya

  1. sāṃnipātya mfn. (= saṃ-n○) to be joined or united ib. [Page 1204, Column]

sāṃniveśika

  1. sāṃniveśika mfn. = saṃ-niveśam samavâiti Pāṇ. 4-4, 43 Sch

sāṃnihitya

  1. sāṃnihitya n. (fr. saṃ-nihita) close vicinity, anything near at hand Saṃskārak

sāṃnyāsika

  1. sāṃnyāsika mfn. (fr. sam-nyāsa) forming the original or correct text Pat. on iii, 2, 107, Vartt. 2
  2. m. a Brāhman in the fourth stage of his life, religious mendicant L

sānmātura

  1. sānmātura m. (cf. san-m○ and sāmm○) the son of a virtuous mother L

sānyaputra

  1. sānya-putra m. N. of a teacher Cat

sānvaya

  1. sânvaya mfn. along with family or descendants Mn. ii, 168 &c
  2. being of the same family, of kin, related to or closely connected with ib. viii, 198 ib
  3. full of meaning, significant Daś
  4. having the same business (= sa-kārya, or karaṇasahita) BhP. (Sch.)
  5. public, in presence of all Kāty

sānvārambhaṇīya

  1. sânvārambhaṇīya mfn. having the Anvārambhaṇīyā (q.v.) ĀpŚr

sāp

  1. sāp strong form of 2. sap, q.v

sāpagama

  1. sâpagama mfn. attended with or involving departures Pañcat

sāpatna

  1. sāpatná mfn. (fr, sa-patna, or sapatnī) coming or derived from a rival AV
  2. based on rivalry (as enmity) MBh
  3. born of a rival or cowife
  4. m. (with or without bhrātṛ, 'a half-brother on the mother's side') R
  5. (pl.) the children of different wives of the same husband MBh

sāpatnaka

  1. sāpatnaka n. rivalry among the wives of the same husband MBh
  2. rivalry in general, enmity ib. Bālar

sāpatneya

  1. sāpatneya mf(ī)n. born from a rival wife Kull. en Mn. ix, 198

sāpatnya

  1. sāpatnya mf(ā)n. based on rivalry (as enmity) Kām
  2. born from a rival or fellow-wife R
  3. m. a half-brother ib
  4. a rival, enemy L
  5. n. enmity or rivalry among wives of the same husband Śiś
  6. relationship of children born from different wives of the same husband R

sāpatnyaka

  1. sāpatnyaka n. rivalry, enmity Bālar

sāpatya

  1. sâpatya mf(ā)n. possessing offspring, having progeny MBh
  2. accompanied or attended by one's children BhP

sāpatya

  1. sāpatya m. = sāpatnya, the son of a rival wife, half-brother Pat. on Pāṇ. 6-3, 35 Vārtt. 11

sāpatrapa

  1. sâpatrapa mf(ā)n. ashamed, embarrassed Śiś

sāpad

  1. sâpad mfn. being in distress or misery Pañcat

sāpadeśam

  1. sâpadeśam ind. under a pretext or pretence Daś

sāpamāna

  1. sâpamāna mfn. treated or attended with contempt Bhartṛ. (vḷ.)
  2. (am), ind. contemptuously MW

sāpara

  1. sâpara mf(ā)n. together with the west VarBṛS

sāparādha

  1. sâparādha mf(ā)n. having faults, criminal, guilty Kathās. Rājat
  2. faulty, false, erroneous VarBṛS. Sch

sāparānta

  1. sâparânta mfn. together with the country of Aparânta Kathās

sāpavādaka

  1. sâpavādaka mfn. having exceptions, liable to exception Pat

sāpavādam

  1. sâpavādam ind. with blame, reproachfully Mālatīm

sāpahnava

  1. sâpahnava mf(ā)n. with dissimulation, dissembling, feigning MBh. Kathās
  2. dissembled, concealed, veiled Sāh

sāpāya

  1. sâpâya mf(ā)n. one who contends with adversity Daśar
  2. attended with danger, dangerous Kāv. Pañcat. Rājat

sāpāśraya

  1. sâpâśraya n. (scil. vāstu) a house with an open gallery at the back VarBṛS

sāpiṇḍa

  1. sāpiṇḍa n. = sāpiṇḍya, Dattakac. [Page 1204, Column]

sāpiṇḍi

  1. sāpiṇḍi m. (prob.) patr. fr. sa-piṇḍa g. aiṣukāry-ādi

sāpiṇḍibhakta

  1. ○bhakta mfn. inhabited by Sāpiṇḍis ib

sāpiṇḍīmañjarī

  1. sāpiṇḍī-mañjarī f. N. of wk. on law by Nāgêśa

sāpiṇḍya

  1. sāpiṇḍya n. (fr. sa-piṇḍa) connection or relationship by presenting offerings to the same deceased ancestors, consanguinity or relationship of a Sapiṇḍa Saṃskārak. Dattakac

sāpiṇḍyakalpalatā

  1. ○kalpalatā f

sāpiṇḍyakalpalatikā

  1. ○kalpalatikā f

sāpiṇḍyadīpikā

  1. ○dīpikā f

sāpiṇḍyanirṇaya

  1. ○nirṇaya m

sāpiṇḍyamīmāṃsā

  1. ○mīmāṃsā f

sāpiṇḍyaviṣaya

  1. ○viṣaya m. N. of wks

sāpīḍa

  1. sâpīḍa mfn. (Perhaps wṛ. for sôtpo.) emitting or discharging a stream of water R

sāpekṣa

  1. sâpêkṣa mfn. having regard or respect to (loc. or acc. with prati) MBh. R
  2. requiring or presupposing anything, dependent on (comp.) Kathās. Sāh. Sarvad

sāpekṣatā

  1. ○tā f

sāpekṣatva

  1. ○tva n. dependence on Sāh. Sarvad

sāpta

  1. sā́pta or sāptá n. (fr. saptan, of which it is also the Vṛiddhi form in comp.) the number seven, a heptade RV. TS
  2. a team of seven horses (accord. to others m. and a proper N. ) RV. viii, 55, 5

sāptatantava

  1. ○tantava m. pl. (fr. sapta-tantu) N. of a partic. sect Vās., Introd

sāptadaśya

  1. ○daśya n. (fr. saptadaśan) the number seventeen ŚāṅkhSr

sāptapada

  1. ○pada mfn. (fr. sapta-pada) belonging to seven steps, based or depending on seven steps (= 'sincere', 'true') MBh. Pañcat. BrahmaP

sāptapadīna

  1. ○padīna mfn. = prec. Bālar
  2. n. friendship (formed with any one after taking seven paces together, or, accord. to others after uttering only seven words), intimacy Kum. Pañcat
  3. circumanibulation of the nuptial fire by the bride and bridegroom in seven steps, advance of the bride to meet the bridegroom in seven steps MW.,

sāptapuruṣa

  1. ○puruṣa mfn. (fr. sapta-p○) extending to or comprising seven generations, Saṃsksrak

sāptapauruṣa

  1. ○pauruṣa mf(ī)n. (fr. id.) =, prec. Mn. iii, 146

sāptarathavāhani

  1. ○rathavāhani m. a patr. ŚBr

sāptarātrika

  1. ○rātrika mf(ī)n. (fr. sapta-rātra) lasting seven nights or days, SamavBr. Hariv

sāptatika

  1. sāptatika mfn. (fr. saptati) worth seventy &c. Pāṇ. 5-1, 19 Sch

sāptamika

  1. sāptamika mfn. (fr. saptamī) relating to the seventh day Lāṭy
  2. relating to the seventh case RPrāt
  3. taught in the seventh (Adhylya of Pāṇini's grammar) Pat

sāptalāyana

  1. sāptalāyana m. patr. fr. saptala g. naḍâdi

sāptaleya

  1. sāptaleya mfn. (fr. id.), g. sakhy-ādi

sāpti

  1. sāpti m. patr. fr. saptan g. bāhv-ādi

sāpta

  1. sāpta n. (fr. sapti) a horse-race, running-match for horses or the prize given for one RV. ii, 19, 7

sāpya

  1. sāpyá m. patr. of Namī (vḷ. sāyyá) RV. PañcavBr

sāprāyya

  1. sāprāyya n. (fr sa-prâya) likeness, homogeneousness Lāṭy

sāpsarogaṇa

  1. sâpsaro-gaṇa mfn. attended by a number of Apsarases MW

sāphalya

  1. sāphalya n. (fr. sa-phala) fruitfulness, profitableness, advantage, result, success Mn. MBh. &c

sābarṇika

  1. sābarṇika (?) a proper N. Rājat

sābādha

  1. sâbādha mfn. suffering pain, unwell Śak

sābdī

  1. sābdī f. a kind of grape L

sābrahmacāra

  1. sābrahmacāra n. fr. sa-brahmacārin). g. yuvâdi

sābhayadakṣiṇam

  1. sâbhaya-dakṣiṇam ind, with the gift of fearlessness or security Jātakam

sābhāpata

  1. sābhāpata mfn. (fr. sabhā-pati), g. aśvapaty-âdi

sābhāvya

  1. sābhāvya n. (fr. sa-bhāva) homogeneousness, identity of nature Bādar

sābhāsaṃnayana

  1. sābhāsaṃnayana mfn. (fr. sabhā-s○) Pat, on Pāṇ. 1-1, 73 Vārtt. 2

sābhikāma

  1. sâbhikāma mf(ā)n. having affection, loving, affectionate Nal

sābhicaraṇika

  1. sâbhicaraṇika mfn. possessing the same rules for exorcising or counteracting enchantments ĀpŚr

sābhijñāna

  1. sâbhijñāna (ibc. or am ind.), together with tokens of recognition Megh. Kathās. [Page 1204, Column]

sābhijñānayuta

  1. ○yuta mfn. furnished with tokens of recognition Pañcad

sābhitāpa

  1. sâbhitāpa mfn. suffering pain, distressed, afflicted Kathās

sābhinayam

  1. sā́bhinayam ind. with dramatic gesture or gesticulations, pantomimically Śak

sābhiniveśa

  1. sâbhiniveśa mfn. having or attended with a great inclination or predilection for anything Sāh

sābhiprāya

  1. sâbhiprâya mfn. having a distinct aim or purpose, persevering, resolute, Kāthās
  2. betraying a certain purpose, intentional Pañcat

sābhimāna

  1. sâbhimāna mf(ā) n. having pride, haughty, proud of (loc
  2. am ind.) R. Kathās. Pañcat
  3. causing pride or self-satisfaction MBh
  4. self-interested, egoistical (as an action), SarṅgP

sābhilāṣa

  1. sâbhilāṣa mf(ā)n. having a desire or longing for (loc., acc. with prati, or comp
  2. am ind.) Śak. Kathās. MārkP

sābhiśaṅka

  1. sâbhiśaṅka mfn. distrustful, suspicious Jātakam

sābhisaṃskāraparinirvāyin

  1. sâbhisaṃskāraparinirvāyin mfn. (said of a kind of Anāgāmin, q.v.) Buddh

sābhisara

  1. sâbhisara mfn. along with followers or companions Hcar. Śiś

sābhyarthana

  1. sâbhyarthana mfn. with entreaties Kād

sābhyasūya

  1. sâbhyasūya mfn. envious, malicious, jealous of (loc
  2. am ind.) Ragh. Śiś

sābhyāsa

  1. sâbhyāsa mfn. reduplicated Nir

sābhra

  1. sâbhra mfn. having clouds, cloudy Megh

sābhramatī

  1. ○matī f. N. of a river flowing through Ahmedābād (commonly 'Sabermattee') Śatr
  2. -māhātmya, N. of wk

sābhravati

  1. ○vati f. = -matī Siṃhâs

sābhraṅgikā

  1. sābhraṅgikā f. a kind of metre Col

sābhri

  1. sâbhri mfn. together with a hoe or spade KātyŚr

sām

  1. sām See 1. sāmaya, p. 1205, col. 1

sāma

  1. sāma n. (fr. 1. sama, of which it is also the Vṛiddhi form in comp.) likeness, similarity L

sāmapuṣpi

  1. ○puṣpi m. (prob. fr. sama-puṣpa) a patr. Pravar

sāmayugīna

  1. ○yugīna mfn. (fr. sama-yuga), g. pratijanâdi

sāmavaśa

  1. ○vaśa mfn. serving for or caused by the equality of the metre RPrāt

sāmastambi

  1. ○stambi m. (prob. fr. sama-stamba) a patr. Pravar

sāmasthya

  1. ○sthya n. (fr. sama-stha) comfort, ease, welfare, g. brāhmaṇâái,

sāmācārika

  1. sāmācārika mfn. (fr. samācāra), g. vinayâdi

sāmācārī

  1. sāmācārī f. (fr. id.) customary practice or usage, right conduct or behaviour HPariś

sāmaka

  1. sāmaka n. (for 2. See p. 1205, col. 2) the principal of a debt Vishṇ
  2. m. (thought l, y some to be for śāmaka fr. √śo) a whetstone (esp. one for sharpening spindles) L

sāmātsāmya

  1. sāmātsāmya n. (fr. samāt-sama) a series or succession of equal or similar beginnings and terminations Lāṭy

sāma

  1. sâma mfn. undigested, crude, not sufficiently prepared or matured (a morbid state of the humours) Car. Bhpr

sāmakṣa

  1. sā́makṣa n. (fr. sam-akṣa) the being before the eyes MaitrS

sāmakṣya

  1. sāmakṣya n. id. TBr. PañcavBr. (wrongly printed sāmyakṣa)

sāmagrī

  1. sāmagrī f. (fr. sam-agra) totality, entirety, completeness, (esp.) a complete collection or assemblage of implements or materials, apparatus, baggage, goods and chattels, furniture, effects Rājat. Kathās. Sarvad
  2. ameans for (kā te sāmagrī', what means have you at your disposal?') Hit

sāmagrīpratibadhyatā

  1. ○pratibadhyatā f

sāmagrīpratibandhakatāvāda

  1. ○pratibandhakatā-vāda m

sāmagrīvāda

  1. ○vāda m

sāmagrīvādārtha

  1. ○vādârtha m

sāmagrīvicāra

  1. ○vicāra m

sāmagrīvyāpti

  1. ○vyāpti f

sāmagrīvyāptivicāra

  1. ○vyāpti-vicāra m

sāmagrīsahacāra

  1. ○sahacāra m. N. of wks

sāmagrya

  1. sāmagrya n. = sāmagrī MBh. Hariv. &c

sāmañjasya

  1. sāmañjasya n. (fr. sam-añjasa) fitness, propriety, equity, justice R. (B.) Sch. (a-s○ Vedântas. Sch.) [Page 1205, Column]

sāman

  1. sā́man n. (fr. √1. sā = 1. san) acquisition, possession, property, wealth, abundance RV. VS

sāmana

  1. sāmana mf(ā)n. (for 2. See under 2. sāman) rich, affluent, abundant (others 'common, universal') RV. iii, 30, 9

sāman

  1. sā́man n. (m. only in TBr
  2. prob. connected with √sāntv
  3. accord. to some fr. √1. sā
  4. 3. sāman) calming, tranquillizing, (esp.) kind or gentle words for winning an adversary, conciliation, negotiation (one of the 4 Upâyas or means of success against an enemy, the other 3 being dāna, bheda, and daṇḍa, qq. vv
  5. ibc. or instr. sg. and pl., 'by friendly means or in a friendly way, willingly, voluntarily') TBr. &c. &c

sāma

  1. sāma in comp. for 2. sāman

sāmakalam

  1. ○kalam ind, in a conciliatory or friendly tone VP

sāmagir

  1. ○gir mfn. speaking kind words Śatr

sāmadharmārthanītimat

  1. ○dharmârtha-nītimat mfn. friendly and just and useful and wise (as speech) R

sāmapūrva

  1. ○pūrva mfn. friendly, kind, gentle (am ind.) R

sāmapradhāna

  1. ○pradhāna mfn. perfectly kind or friendly Car

sāmaprayoga

  1. ○prayoga m. the use of kind or frṭfriendly words Dhātup

sāmavāda

  1. ○vāda m. a kind word, conciliatory speech Śiś

sāmasādhya

  1. ○sādhya mfn. to be accomplished in a conciliatory or peaceable way Pañcat

sāmasiddha

  1. ○siddha mfn. accomplished in a pṭpeaceable way ib

sāmasiddhi

  1. ○siddhi f. the art of accomplishing something in a peaceble way MW

sāmonmukha

  1. sāmônmukha mfn. eager for conciliation, wishing to conciliate ib

sāmopacāra

  1. sāmôpacāra or m. a mild remedy, moderate measure, gentle means ib

sāmopāya

  1. sāmôḍpâya m. a mild remedy, moderate measure, gentle means ib

sāmana

  1. sāmaná mfn. (for 1. See under 1. sāman) quiet, calm RV. x, 85, 9

sāmanya

  1. sāmanya mfn. (for 2. See col. 2) friendly, favourable (in a-s○, q.v.)

sāmaya

  1. sāmaya (Nom. fr. sāman or fr. artificial √sām
  2. for 2. sâmaya See col. 3), cl. 10. P. sāmayati (aor. asasāmat or asīṣamat), to conciliate, appease, pacify. tranquillize Dhātup. xxxv, 27

sāman

  1. sā́man n. (of doubtful derivation
  2. accord. to Uṇ. iv, 152 fr. √so = 2. sā, as 'destroying sin'
  3. in Nir. vii, 12 apparently connected with sammita
  4. by others derived fr. √1. san, sā, sāntv, and perhaps not to be separated fr. 1. and 2. sāman) a metrical hymn or song of praise, (esp.) a partic. kind of sacred text or verse called a Sāman (intended to be chanted, and forming, with ṛc, yajus, chandas, one of the 4 kinds of Vedic composition mentioned first in RV. x, 90, 9) RV. &c. &c
  5. any song or tune (sacred or profane, also the hum of bees) MBh. Kāv. &c
  6. the faculty of uttering sounds (?) TBr. (Sch.)

sāmanvat

  1. ○vat (sā́man-), mfn. connected with a Sāman TS

sāmanvin

  1. ○vin mfn. possessing the Sāman JaimBr

sāma

  1. sāma in comp. for 3. sāman

sāmakārikā

  1. ○kārikā (?), f. N. of wk

sāmakārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. making Sāmans ṢaḍvBr

sāmaga

  1. ○ga or m. a Brāhman who chants or recites the ṢaḍvBr-veda RV. &c. &c

sāmagā

  1. ○gā́ m. a Brāhman who chants or recites the ṢaḍvBr-veda RV. &c. &c
  2. (ī), f. the wife of a ṢaḍvBr-veda Brāhman L
  3. -gānāṃ chandas n. a Pariśishṭa of the SṭṢaḍvBr-veda
  4. ([-ga) -pUrvâpara] m. or n

sāmaprayoga

  1. ○prayoga m. -vṛṣitsarga m. ○gâhnika n. N. of wks

sāmagaṇa

  1. ○gaṇa m. the ṢaḍvBr collectively, IndSt,

sāmagarbha

  1. ○garbha m. N. of Vishṇu L

sāmagā

  1. ○gā See -ga

sāmagāna

  1. ○gāna m. a chanter of ṢaḍvBr. Cat
  2. n. ṢaḍvBr chant KātySr
  3. -priya m. N. of Śiva Śivag

sāmagāya

  1. ○gāya m. ṢaḍvBr chant Yājñ. iii, 112

sāmagāyaka

  1. ○gāyaka m. = -ga MW. -gāyin mfn. chanting the Sāma-veda Saṃskārak

sāmagirta

  1. ○girta n. = -gāya MBh
  2. (also applied to the hum of bees) BhP

sāmacodanā

  1. ○codanā f. an invitation to recite the Sāmaveda ĀpŚr

sāmaja

  1. ○ja mfn. occurring in the SṭSāmavedaveda Śiś
  2. m. an elephant L

sāmajāta

  1. ○jāta m. an elephant Śiś

sāmajātaka

  1. ○jātaka n. N. of a Buddhist Sūtra

sāmatantra

  1. ○tantra n. N. of wk. (also -bhāṣya and -saṃgraha)

sāmatas

  1. ○tás ind. from or concerning Sāma chants ŚBr

sāmatejas

  1. ○tejas (sā́ma-), mfn. having the glory of a Sāman AV

sāmatva

  1. ○tvá n. state or condition of (being) a ṢaḍvBr. ŚBr

sāmadarpaṇa

  1. ○darpaṇa m. N. of wk

sāmadhvani

  1. ○dhvani m. the sound of the chanting of the ṢaḍvBr-veda Mn. iv, 123 ( See under -veda, col. 2)

sāmanidhana

  1. ○nidhaná n. the closing sentence of a ṢaḍvBr. ŚBr

sāmapatha

  1. ○patha m. the path of the SṭṢaḍvBr. JaimBr

sāmapariśiṣṭa

  1. ○pariśiṣṭa n. a Pariśishṭa belonging to the Sāma-vṭveda

sāmapavitra

  1. ○pavitra n. N. of Sāma-vṭveda i, 2, 2, 3, 5 Āpast

sāmaprakāśana

  1. ○prakāśana n. N. of wk

sāmapragātha

  1. ○pragātha m. N. of partic. verses to be chanted by the three Hotrakas Vait

sāmaprayoga

  1. ○prayoga m

sāmaprastotṛtva

  1. ○prastotṛ-tva n

sāmabrāhmaṇa

  1. ○brāhmaṇa n. N. of wks

sāmabhṛt

  1. ○bhṛ́t mfn. bringing chants RV

sāmamaya

  1. ○máya mf(ī)n. consisting of SṭṢaḍvBr veda Ragh
  2. m. in elephant ib
  3. a Brāhman L. [Page 1205, Column]

sāmarathaṃtara

  1. ○rathaṃtara n. N. of a Sāman (said to have been created from Brahmā's mouth) MW

sāmarāga

  1. ○rāga m. a tune or air of the SṭSāma-veda Pāṇ. 5-2, 130 Sch

sāmarāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of a king and various authors (also with dīkṣita) Cat
  2. n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy

sāmarājan

  1. ○rājan n. N. of a āman PañcavBr

sāmalakṣaṇa

  1. ○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk

sāmavat

  1. ○vat mfn. connected with a Sāman TS. Sch
  2. m. N. of a son of Sārasvata (afterwards changed into a female) Cat

sāmavid

  1. ○vid mfn. knowing the SṭSāman-vṭveda Vait

sāmavidhāna

  1. ○vidhāna n. the employment of Sāmans (for religious or magical purposes) AgP
  2. -brāhmaṇa n. N. of a Brāhmaṇa of the Sāma-veda (and also called sāma-vidhi)

sāmavipra

  1. ○vipra (sā́tna-), mfn. skilled in Sāma chants RV

sāmaveda

  1. ○vedá m. 'Veda of chants', N. of one of the three principal Vedas ( See veda
  2. it contains a number of verses or stanzas nearly all of which except about 78 occur in the Ṛig-veda and which, modified in various ways, are chanted, mostly, by the Udgātṛi priests at Soma sacrifices
  3. the Saṃhitā of the Sāma-veda consists of two parts
  4. the first, called Arcika or Purviccika or Chando-grantha, contains 585 verses disjoined from their proper sequence in the Ṛig-veda and arranged in 59 Daśatis or decades, which again are subdivided into Prapāṭhakas and Ardha-prapāṭhakas
  5. the second, called Uttarârcika or Uttarā-grantha, contains 1225 verses, also chiefly from the Ṛik-saṃhitā, but less disjointed than in the first part, and arranged in nine Prapāhakas with Ardha-prapāṭhakas, mostly, however, grouped in triplets
  6. the directions for the formation of Sāmans or chants out of these verses are carefully laid down in the Gānas or manuals for chanting, two of which, viz. the Geya-gāna and Āraṇya-g, are a directory for the Ārcika portion, and two, viz. Ūha-gṭgāna and Ūhya-gāna, for the Uttarârcikā
  7. in Mn. i, 23 the Sāma-veda is described as drawn forth from the sun
  8. in iv, 124 it is described as having a special reference to the Pitṛis or deceased ancestors, and its sound is therefore said to possess a kind of impurity, whereas the Ṛig-veda has the gods for his objects and the Yajurveda men
  9. the Sāma-veda is said to possess 8 Brāhmaṇas [see brāhmaṇa] Br. ŚāṅkhŚr. &c. īW. 25
  10. -cchala n. -paritiṣṭa n. -rahasya n. -rahasyôpaniṣad f. N. of wks
  11. -rāj m. N. of Vishṇu Pañcar
  12. -vid mfn. familiar with the ṢaḍvBr-vṭveda
  13. -śikṣā f. N. of a Śikshā
  14. -sāra m. N. of Vishṇu Pañcar
  15. ○dântaga mfn. one who has gone through the SṭṢaḍvBr-vṭveda MBh
  16. ○dârtha m. ○dârtha-prakāśa m. N. of wks
  17. ○dīya-rudrī f. ○dīya-raudra-vidhi m. ○dôpaniṣad f. N. of wks

sāmavaidika

  1. ○vaidika mfn. relating or belonging to the ṢaḍvBr-vṭveda KātyŚr. Sch

sāmavairya

  1. ○vairya n. the strength (?) of the SṭṢaḍvBr. JaimBr

sāmaśabda

  1. ○śabda m. the sound of a chanted SṭṢaḍvBr. Gaut. GṛS

sāmaśiras

  1. ○śiras mfn. having the ṢaḍvBr as head KaushUp

sāmaśravas

  1. ○śravás m. N. of a man (pupil of Yājñavalkya) ŚBr

sāmaśravasa

  1. ○śravasa m. patr. fr. prec. PañcavBr

sāmaśrāddha

  1. ○śrāddha n. N. of a ch. of the Smṛiti-tattva (also -tattva)

sāmaśrautasūtra

  1. ○śrauta-sūtra n. N. of wk

sāmasaṃhitā

  1. ○saṃhitā f. the continuous text of the ṢaḍvBr-veda Hariv

sāmasaṃkṣepa

  1. ○saṃkṣepa m. N. of a treatise on the ṢaḍvBr-veda

sāmasaṃkhyā

  1. ○saṃkhyā f. N. of a Pariśishṭa of the ṢaḍvBr-veda

sāmasaṃgāyaka

  1. ○saṃgāyaka m. a chanter of the SṭṢaḍvBr-veda W

sāmasaras

  1. ○saras and n. N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr

sāmasarasa

  1. ○sarasa n. N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr

sāmasāvitrī

  1. ○sāvitrī f. N. of a partic. Sāvitrī Gobh

sāmasurasa

  1. ○surasa n. du., v. l. for -saras

sāmasūkta

  1. ○sū7kta n. N. of partic. hymns Vait

sāmasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. a Satra wk. belonging to the ṢaḍvBr-vṭveda (10 such works are enumerated) Cat
  2. vyākhyā f. N. of wk

sāmāṅga

  1. sāmâṅga n. an Aṅga or part of the SṭṢaḍvBr-vṭveda NṛisUp

sāmātāna

  1. sāmâtāna m. = sāma-pragātha ŚāṅkhŚr

sāmānta

  1. sāmânta m. the end of a Sāman Lāṭy

sāmāntarukthya

  1. sāmântar-ukthya m. an Ukthya (q.v.) in a ṢaḍvBr. ŚāṅkhŚr

sāmeśvaramāhātmya

  1. sāmêśvaramāhātmya n. N. of wk

sāmoḍha

  1. sāmôḍha mfn. having the ṢaḍvBr accent Lāṭy

sāmodbhava

  1. sāmôdbhava m. an elephant (cf. sāma-jāta) L

sāma

  1. sāma (ifc.) = 3. sāman ( See anu- ava-s○)

sāmaka

  1. sāmaka mf(īkā)n. (for 1. See p. 1204, col. 3) = sāma adhī7te veda vā g. kramâdi

sāmanya

  1. sāmanyá mfn. (for 1. See col. 1) skilful in chanting or singing RV. Bhaṭṭ

sāmika

  1. sāmika mfn. (for 2. See p. 1206, col. 2), (fr. 3. sāman) Lāṭy
  2. n. pronouncing verses over the sacrificial animal L

sāmna

  1. sāmna mf(ī)n. relating to Sāmans, IndSt
  2. (ī), f. a sort of metre (one of the classes occurring in the Sāma-veda)
  3. (ī), f. (cf., sāmanī) a rope for tying cattle MW

sāmanī

  1. sāmanī f. a verse containing the word samanas ĀpŚr. [Page 1205, Column]

sāmanī

  1. sāmanī f. (cf. sāmnī) a rope or cord for tying cattle (v. l. dāmanī) L

sāmanta

  1. sāmanta mfn. (fr. sam-anta) being on all sides KātyŚr
  2. bordering, limiting W
  3. m. a neighbour Kāṭh. Mn. Yājñ
  4. a vassal, feudatory prince, the chief of a district (paying tribute to a lord paramount) Mn. MBh. &c
  5. a minister(?) Cāṇ. (vḷ.)
  6. a leader, general, captain, champion W
  7. N. of the author of the Tājika-sāra-ṭikā (1620 AḌ.) Cat
  8. n. a neighbourhood Mn. Śukas

sāmantacakra

  1. ○cakra n. a circle of neighbouring princes MW

sāmantaja

  1. ○ja n. (danger) arising from a vassal Hariv

sāmantapāla

  1. ○pāla m. N. of a king Campak

sāmantapratyaya

  1. ○pratyaya m. the evidence or testimony of near neighbours MW

sāmantarāja

  1. ○rāja m. (with hari N. of the author of the Sūrya-prakāśa Cat

sāmantavāsin

  1. ○vāsin mfn. dwelling on the borders, neighbouring, a neighbour Mn. viii, 258

sāmantakena

  1. sāmantakena ind. in the neighbourhood Kāraṇḍ

sāmanteya

  1. sāmanteya m. N. of a man (v. l. māmateya) BhP

sāmaya

  1. sâmaya mfn. (for 1. See col. 1) connected with or suffering from disease Śaṃk

sāmayācārika

  1. sāmayācārika mfn. (fr. samayâcāra) relating to conventional practice or usage Gaut. Āpast

sāmayācārikasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. N. of partic. Sūtras (treating of customs and rites sanctioned by virtuous men, and with the Gṛihya-sūtras, constituting the Smārta-sūtras which are based on Smṛiti or tradition, and opp. to the Śrauta-sūtras derived from Śruti, q.v.) IW. 145 &c

sāmayika

  1. sāmayika mfn. (ft. sam-aya) based on agreement, conventional, customary Kaṇ. Yājñ. Nyāyam. Sch
  2. of the same opinion, like-mined Rājat
  3. seasonable, timely, precise, exact Mālav. (vḷ.) Kir. (in a-s○)
  4. periodical MW
  5. temporary Sāṃkhyapr

sāmayikatva

  1. ○tva n. conventionality Nyāyam

sāmayikābhāva

  1. sāmayikâbhāva m. temporary non-existence (as that of a water-jar which has been removed from its place to be again restored to it) MW

sāmara

  1. sâmara mfn. with the immortals, accompanied by the gods R. BhP

sāmarādhipa

  1. sâmarâdhipa mfn. together with the lords of the gods R

sāmarika

  1. sāmarika mfn. (fr. sam-ara) belonging to war or battle, martial, warlike MW

sāmareya

  1. sāmareya mfn. (fr. id.), g. sakhy-ādi

sāmarghya

  1. sāmarghya n. (fr. sam-argha) cheapness VarBṛS

sāmarthya

  1. sāmarthya n. (fr. sam-artha) sameness of aim or object or meaning or signification, belonging or agreeing together (in aim, object &c.), adequacy, accordance, fitness, suitableness Pat. Hariv. Suśr. &c
  2. the being entitled to, justification for (loc. or comp.) MBh. R. &c
  3. ability to or capacity for (inf., dat., loc., or comp
  4. acc. with √kṛ, 'to do one's utmost'
  5. with √bhaj, to take pains', 'exert one's self') ib
  6. efficacy, power, strength, force (āt, or -tas or -yogāt, 'through the force of circumstances', 'by reason of.', in consequence of', 'on account of.' 'as a matter of course') ib
  7. the force or function or sense of a word, Kusum

sāmarthyabandhana

  1. ○bandhana mfn. having Power as a bond of union, cemented by or contingent on power or fitness MW

sāmarthyayoga

  1. ○yoga See above

sāmarthyavat

  1. ○vat mfn. having power or strength, capable MBh

sāmarthyahīna

  1. ○hīna mfn. destitute of strength, weak, feeble Hit

sāmarṣa

  1. sâmarṣa mfn. having impatience or anger, impatient, indignant, wrathful, enraged at (prati) Kāv. Kathās. &c
  2. (am), ind. angrily Mṛicch

sāmarṣatā

  1. ○tā f. angry impatience, wrath Ragh

sāmarṣahāsam

  1. ○hāsam ind. with an ironical smile or laugh MW

sāmarṣaṇa

  1. sâmarṣaṇa m. pl. N. of a family of Brāhmans (vḷ. agha-m○) VP

sāmavāyika

  1. sāmavāyika mfn. (fr. samavôya) belonging to or frequenting an assembly Pāṇ. 4-4, 43
  2. closely connected with anything, concomitant, inherent KātyŚr
  3. m. a minister or counsellor. for sāmājika)
  4. chief of a company W

sāmasta

  1. sāmasta n. (fr. sam-asta) the science or theory of word-composition Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt.12

sāmastika

  1. sāmastika mfn. relating to the above ib

sāmastya

  1. sāmastya n. totality, entiresy ŚāṅkhŚr. Sch. [Page 1206, Column]

sāmājika

  1. sāmājika mfn. (fr. sam-āja) relating to or frequenting an assembly Pāṇ. 4-4, 43
  2. m. a member of or assistant at an assembly: spectator Kāv. Sāh. &c

sāmātya

  1. sâmātya mfn. together with the inmates of the same house ĀśvGṛ
  2. accompanied by mfn. with the chief ministers W

sāmātyaka

  1. sāmātyáka m. accompanied by minister, &c. R

sāmātsāmya

  1. sāmātsāmya See p. 1204, col. 3

sāmāna

  1. sāmāna Vṛiddhi form of 2. samāna in comp

sāmānagrāmika

  1. ○grāmika mfn. (fr. samānagrāma) belonging to or being in the same village &c. Pat. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 60 Vārtt. 1

sāmānadeśika

  1. ○deśika mfn. coming or derived from the same village ib

sāmānādhikaraṇya

  1. sāmānādhikaraṇya n. (fr. samānâdhikaraṇa) common office or function Hit
  2. the condition of relating to the same object or residing in the same subject Sarvad
  3. grammatical agreement, identity of case. relation, correlation (opp. to vaiyādh○) Pāṇ. Sch

sāmānika

  1. sāmānika mfn. (fr. 2. samāna) of equal rank or dignity with (gen. or comp.) HPariś. Pañcad

sāmānya

  1. sāmānya mf(ā)n. equal, alike, similar MBh. Śak
  2. shared by others, joint, common to (instr with and without saha, or comp.) Yājñ. MBh. Suśr. &c
  3. whole, entire, universal, general, generic, not specific (opp. to vaiśeṣika) Suśr. VarBṛS
  4. common, common-place, vulgar, ordinary, insignificant, low MBh. Kāv. &c
  5. (am), n. equality, similarity, identity MBh. Suśr. &c
  6. equilibrium, normal state or condition Nīlak
  7. universality, totality, generality, general or fundamental notion, common or generic property (ibc., instr., or abl., 'in general', as opp. to viśeṣa-tas, 'in particular') Kaṇ. Jaim. Sarvad
  8. public affairs or business W
  9. (in rhet.) the connection of different objects by common properties Kpr. Kuval
  10. (ā), f. a common female, prostitute L
  11. (am), ind. after the same manner as, like (comp.) Kālid
  12. jointly, in general, in common Mn. vii, 56

sāmānyakavipraśaṃsā

  1. ○kavi-praśaṃsā f. praise of poets in general (not of single ones) Cat

sāmānyakramavṛtti

  1. ○kramavṛtti f

sāmānyaghaṭa

  1. ○ghaṭa m

sāmānyacandrikā

  1. ○candrikā f. N. of wks

sāmānyacchala

  1. ○cchala n. one of the three Vāk-chalas (i.e. too great generalization cf the words of an opponent) Nyāyad. Car

sāmānyajñāna

  1. ○jñāna n. the perception of common or generic property MW

sāmānyatama

  1. ○tama mfn. most like or similar GṛŚrS

sāmānyatara

  1. ○tara mfn. more common ib
  2. very common-place or insignificant Pañcat

sāmānyatas

  1. ○tas ind. equally, similarly, according to analogy BhP. KapS. Sāṃkhyak
  2. in general, generally Kaṇ. Suśr. BhP. Sch
  3. ([-to) -dRSTa]', n. (scil. anumāna
  4. in log.) a partic. kind of induction or inference (e.g. generalizing from every day occurrences
  5. accord. to the Sāṃkhya and Nyāya it furnishes evidence of what transcends the senses such as the paths of the heavenly bodies, the existence of air ether, soul, space, time &c.), generalization from particulars Nyāyad

sāmānyatva

  1. ○tva n. the state of generality, Kusum

sāmānyadeśavat

  1. ○deśa-vat ind. like any other country Rājat

sāmānyadhātrī

  1. ○dhātrī f. a common nurse or foster-mother Ragh

sāmānyanāyikā

  1. ○nāyikā f. = -vanitā Sch

sāmānyanirukti

  1. ○nirukti f. explanation of the meaning or idea of samanya Cat
  2. N. of various wks
  3. -kroḍa m. -grantharahasya n. -granthârtha m. -ṭīkā, f. -didhitiṭīkā f. -dvitīya-takṣaṇa n. -pattra n. -prathama-lakṣaṇa n. -lakṣaṇa n. -vivecana n. -vyākhyā, f
  4. ○ty-anugama m. ○ty-abhinavavyākhyā f. N. of wks

sāmānyapakṣa

  1. ○pakṣa m. the general side, the middle or mean (between two extremes) MW

sāmānyapadārtha

  1. ○padârtha m. the category of Generality ib

sāmānyapūrvam

  1. ○pūrvam ind. similarly, analogously KātyŚr

sāmānyapraghaṭṭaka

  1. ○praghaṭṭaka N. of part of a wk

sāmānyapratipattipūrvam

  1. ○pratipatti-pūrvam ind. after an equal elevation, after elevating to a common rank MW

sāmānyabhāva

  1. ○bhāva m

sāmānyabhāvagrantha

  1. ○bhāva-grantha m

sāmānyabhāvaṭippaṇī

  1. ○bhāva-ṭippaṇī f

sāmānyabhāvavyavasthāpana

  1. ○bhāva-vyavasthāpana n. N. of wks

sāmānyalakṣaṇa

  1. ○lakṣaṇa n. a generic definition or sign, a definition comprising many individuals, a specific characteristic W
  2. N. of various wks
  3. (ā), f. (in Nyāya) one of the three A-laukika or transcendental perceptions or Saṃnikarshas MW
  4. N. of various wks
  5. (ī), f. N. of wk
  6. [(Na)-karya-kAraNa-bhAva] m. -vyabhicāra, m
  7. (○ṇā) -grantha m. ṭippaṇī f. -diddhiti-ṭippaṇī f. didhiti-ṭīkā f. -pūrva-pakṣa-prakāśa m. -prakāśa m. -rahasya n. -vicāra m. -vivecana n. -vyabhicāra m. N. of wks

sāmānyavacana

  1. ○vacana mfn. expressing a common property Pāṇ. 2-1, 55
  2. expressing a general or a wider notion ib. iii, 4, 5
  3. n. a substantive (as opp. to its attribute) Sāy. [Page 1206, Column]

sāmānyavat

  1. ○vat mfn. having generality, general (-tva n.) Sarvad. Kusum

sāmānyavanitā

  1. ○vanitā f. a common woman, prostitute MW

sāmānyavāda

  1. ○vāda m

sāmānyavihitadravyavicāra

  1. ○vihita-dravya-vicāra m. N. of wks

sāmānyaśabda

  1. ○śabda (MBh.) or (Cat.), m. a word of general meaning

sāmānyaśabdaka

  1. ○śabḍdaka (Cat.), m. a word of general meaning

sāmānyaśāsana

  1. ○śāsana n. a general edict or enactment W

sāmānyaśāstra

  1. ○śāstra n. a general rule (in gram = utsarga), MW

sāmānyaśrāddhavidhi

  1. ○śrāddha-vidhi m

sāmānyasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n

sāmānyahomapaddhati

  1. ○homa-paddhati f. N. of wks

sāmānyādhikaraṇya

  1. sāmānyâdhikaraṇya wṛ. for sāmānādh○ (q.v.)

sāmānyābhāva

  1. sāmānyâbhāva m. N. of a Nyāya wk
  2. -grantha m. -ṭippanī f. -prakāśa m. -rahasya n. -sādhana, n
  3. ○vâloka m. N. of wks

sāmāyika

  1. sāmāyika n. (fr. samāya = sasmaya) equanimity HPariś

sāmāsika

  1. sāmāsika mf(ī)n. (fr. sam-āsa) comprehensive, concise, succinct, brief Mn. BhP
  2. relating or belonging to a Samāsa or compound word Pat
  3. m. or n. a compound word Bhag

sāmi

  1. sāmí ind. (g. svar-ādi) too soon, prematurely (with √muṣ, 'to steal in anticipation') MaitrS. TS. Br
  2. incompletely, imperfectly, partially, half (often in comp. with a p.p. Pāṇ. 2-1, 27), jb. &c. &c. [Cf. Gk. ?, ?, Lat. se1mi, se1mis.] [1206,]

sāmikṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. half-done, hṭhalf-finished Śiś

sāmigandharva

  1. ○gandharvá wṛ. for sāmi g○ (two words), MaiteS

sāmicita

  1. ○cita (sāmí-), mfn. half piled up ŚBr

sāmipīta

  1. ○pīta mfn. half-drunk Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-1, 27

sāmibhukta

  1. ○bhukta mfn. half-eaten Ragh

sāmisaṃsthita

  1. ○saṃsthita (sāmí-), mfn. half-finished ŚBr

sāmika

  1. sāmika (?) m. (for 1ṣee p. 1205, col. 2) a tree L

sāmita

  1. sāmita mfn. (fr. samitā) made from or mixed with wheat-flour Suśr

sāmitya

  1. sāmityá mfn. (fr. sam-iti) relating to an assembly or council AV

sāmidhena

  1. sāmidhená mfn. (fr. sam-idh) relating to fuel and the kindling of the sacrificial fire ŚBr
  2. (ī), f. (scil. ṛc) a verse recited while the sacrificial fire is kindled VS. Br. MBh
  3. fuel HPariś

sāmidheni

  1. sāmidheni f. = sāmidhenī Kauś

sāmidhenīka

  1. sāmidhenīka (ifc.), id. ŚāṅkhBr

sāmidhenya

  1. sāmidhenya mfn. = sāmidhena Vārtt. on Pāṇ. ?sv, 3, 120

sāmin

  1. sāmin m. (?derivation) a person born under a partic. constellation (v. l. sāvin) VarBṛS

sāmiṣa

  1. sâmiṣa mf(ā)n. possessed of flesh or prey BhP
  2. provided with meat (as a Śrāddha) Mn. iv, 131

sāmīcī

  1. sāmīcī f. (fr. samyañc) praise, panegyric (= vandanā) L
  2. decency, politeness, civility, Mahāvy

sāmīcīkaraṇīya

  1. ○karaṇīya mfn. to be civilly saluted ib

sāmīcīnya

  1. sāmīcīnya n. propriety, fitness Kāv

sāmīpya

  1. sāmīpya mfn. (fr. samīpa) neighbouring, a neighbour MBh
  2. n. neighbourhood, nearness, proximity (in space and time) Sāṃkhyak. Sāh. BhP
  3. nearness to the deity (as one of the four states of beatitude
  4. cf. sālokya) MW

sāmīraṇa

  1. sāmīraṇa mfn. (fr. sam-īraṇa) relating to the wind Bālar

sāmīrya

  1. sāmīrya mfn. (fr. sam-īra), g. saṃkāśâdi

sāmutkarṣika

  1. sāmutkarṣika mf(ī) n. (fr. sam-utkarṣa) most excellent Buddh

sāmudayika

  1. sāmudayika n. (m. c.) = next VarYogay

sāmudāyika

  1. sāmudāyika n. (fr. sam-udāya) the eighteenth Nakshatra after that in which the moon was situated at the birth of a child L
  2. mfn. belonging to a multitude or assemblage, collective MW

sāmudānika

  1. sāmudānika m.or n. (?) = bhaikṣa, Śīl

sāmudga

  1. sāmudga m. (fr. samudga
  2. cf. mudga) a joint with a socket like a cup (e.g. the shoulder-joint, hip-joint) Suśr
  3. n. medicine taken before and after a meal (and, as it were, enclosing the food) ib

sāmudra

  1. sāmudra mfn. (fr. sam-udra) relating to the sei, oceanic, marine Kauś. Suśr. MBh. &c. Vāgbh
  2. declared or related by Samudra MW
  3. m. a mariner, voyager, sailor Yājñ
  4. the son of a Karaṇa and a Vaiśyā (who lives from the produce of the sea) L. [Page 1206, Column]
  5. a kind of gnat Suśr
  6. patr. of Citra-sena MBh
  7. (pl.) N. of a people R
  8. (ī), f. N. of the daughter of Samudra and wife of Prācīnabarhis Hariv. Pur
  9. n. sea-salt Car
  10. a cuttle-fish bone L
  11. du. (with agneḥ) N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr
  12. (m. or n. ?) N. of a peculiar kind of rainwater (which falls in the month Āśvayuja or Āśvina) Suśr

sāmudraniṣkuṭa

  1. ○niṣkuṭa m. pl. inhabitants of the coast (a people ; cf. samudra-n○) MBh

sāmudrabandhu

  1. ○bandhu m. 'sailor's friend 'the moon Kathās

sāmudrasthalaka

  1. ○sthalaka mfn. (fr samudra-sthalī), g. dhūmâdi

sāmudraka

  1. sāmudraka mfn. oceanic, maritime, g. dhumâdi
  2. (ikā), f. a kind of leech Suśr
  3. n. sea-salt Suśr
  4. N. of a Tirthi- MBh

sāmudri

  1. sā́mudri m. patr. fr. sam-udra ŚBr. HPariś

sāmudrika

  1. sāmudrika mfn. belonging or relating to the sea, seafaring MBh
  2. ni' a mariner ib

sāmudra

  1. sāmudra n. (fr. sa-mudra) an impression or mark on the body L

sāmudratilaka

  1. ○tilaka m. N. of wk. on palmistry (by Durlabha-rāja)

sāmudravid

  1. ○vid mfn. familiar with palmistry VarBṛS

sāmudraka

  1. sāmudraka m. an interpreter of marks or spots on the body, fortune-teller, Sinhâs

sāmudrakavidyā

  1. ○vidyā f. the art of interpreting marks on the body, palmistry MW

sāmudrika

  1. sāmudrika mfn. relating to marks on the body (○kāguṇāḥ, 'qualities denoted by marks on the body') MW
  2. relating to good or bad fortune (as indicated by marks on the body) ib
  3. m. - 2. sāmudraka Cat
  4. n. palmistry Daś
  5. N. of wk. on this subject

sāmudrikakaṇṭhābharaṇa

  1. ○kaṇṭhâbharaṇa n

sāmudrikacintāmaṇi

  1. ○cintāmaṇi m. N. of wks

sāmudrikajña

  1. ○jña mfn. versed in palmistry L

sāmudrikalakṣaṇa

  1. ○lakṣaṇa n

sāmudrikaśāstra

  1. ○śāstra n

sāmudrikasāra

  1. ○sāra m. N. of wks

sāmudrikācārya

  1. sāmudrikâcārya m. N. of Kāli-nātha (the father of Rāghavêdra and grandfather of Ciraṃ-jīva), Cat

sāmūnā

  1. sāmūnā f. a black coloured deer (1 1/2 cubits long, with shining long and soft hair) L

sāmūhika

  1. sāmūhika mfn. (fr. sam-ūha) collected in masses, arrayed in ranks Kām
  2. m. a suffix forming collective nouns Pat
  3. chapter treating of collective nouns ib

sāmṛta

  1. sâmṛta mfn. provided with nectar Pat

sāmṛddhya

  1. sāmṛddhya n. (fr. sam-ṛddha) prosperity, welfare, going on well, success (of a sacrifice) R

sāmoḍha

  1. sāmôḍha sāmâdbhava, See p. 1205, col. 2

sāmoda

  1. sâmoda mfn. joyful, pleased Gīt
  2. possessing fragrance, fragrant, odoriferous W

sāmna

  1. sāmna ○nī, See p. 1205, col. 2

sāmpada

  1. sāmpada mfn. (fr. sam-pad) relating to the equipment or preparation of, requisite for (comp.) Kauś

sāmpannika

  1. sāmpannika mfn. (fr. sam-panna) one who lives luxuriously Car

sāmpādika

  1. sāmpādika mfn. efficacious Śaṃk

sāmparāya

  1. sāmparāya mfn. (fr. sam-parâya) required by necessity or calamity VarYogay
  2. relating to war or battle, warlike MW
  3. relating to the other world or to the future ib
  4. m. the passage from this world into another Up. MBh. &c
  5. need, distress, calamity MBh
  6. a helper or friend in need ib. i, 723 (Nīlak.)
  7. contention, conflict Śiś
  8. the future, a future life L
  9. inquiry into the future MW
  10. investigation (in general) ib
  11. uncertainty ib

sāmparāyaṇa

  1. sāmparāyaṇa m. (fr. prec.) one who ushers a person into another world (said of Death), IndSt

sāmparāyaṇaka

  1. sāmparāyaṇaka m. (fr. prec.), g. arīhaṇâdi

sāmparāyika

  1. sāmparāyika mf(ā or ī)n. (g. saṃtāpâdi) relating to the future or to the passage into another world, future (with phala n. reward in the nexf world'
  2. ○kaṃ-√kṛ, to prepare for death' or 'to perform funeral ceremonies for gen.') Mn. MBh. &c
  3. relating to or prepared for battle, martial, warlike ib
  4. salutary or helpful in time of need MBh. Hariv. R
  5. m. (with or scil. ratha) a war-chariot L
  6. (am), n. war, battle L

sāmparāyikakalpa

  1. ○kalpa m. military form, strategic array Mn. vii, 185

sāmpātika

  1. sāmpātika mfn. (fr. sam-pāta) belonging or relating to contiguous hymns ĀśvŚr

sāmpīka

  1. sāmpīka m. N. of a poet Cat

sāmprata

  1. sāmprata mfn. (fr. sam-prati) seasonable, fit, proper, correct (cf. a-s○) Lāṭy. Sarvad. [Page 1207, Column]
  2. belonging to the present time, present (not past or future), comp
  3. (am), ind. fitly, properly MBh
  4. presently, now ib. &c. &c

sāmpratakāla

  1. ○kāla m. the present time Sāṃkhyak

sāmpratādhipa

  1. sāmpratâdhipa m. a present or reigning sovereign MārkP

sāmpratika

  1. sāmpratika mf(ī)n. suitable, fit, proper Uttarar
  2. present (not future) Kull

sāmpradānika

  1. sāmpradānika mfn. (fr. sampradāna), g. vinayâdi

sāmpradāyika

  1. sāmpradāyika mfn. (fr. sam-pradāya) based on tradition, traditional (cf. a-s○) Baudh. Jaim
  2. standing upon or following tradition RāmatUp

sāmprayogika

  1. sāmprayogika mfn. (fr. samprayoga) relating to use or application Cat

sāmprayogikādhikaraṇa

  1. sāmprayogikâdhikaraṇa n. N. of a Kāma-śāstra

sāmpraśnika

  1. sāmpraśnika mfn. (fr. sampraśna), g. chedâdi

sāmpriyaka

  1. sāmpriyaka mfn. (fr. sam-priya) inhabited by people who are dear to one another, g. rājanyâdi

sāmb

  1. sāmb v. 1. for √samb, q.v., p. 1177

sāmba

  1. sāmba m. (also written śāmba) N. of a son of Kṛishṇa and Jāmbavatī (in consequence of the curse of some holy sages who had been deceived by a female disguise which he had assumed, he was condemned to produce offspring in the shape of a terrific iron club for the destruction of the race of Vṛishṇi and Andhaka
  2. he is said to have been instructed by Nārada in the worship of the sun, and by Vyāsa in the ritual of the Magi) MBh. Hariv. Pur
  3. (also with śāstrin) N. of various authors and teachers Cat
  4. n. = -purāṇa ib

sāmbacarita

  1. ○carita n. N. of wk

sāmbapañcāśikā

  1. ○pañcāśikā f. N. of a hymn by Sāmba (also called sūrya-stotra)

sāmbapura

  1. ○pura n. or N. of a city founded by Sāmba (said to be situated on the banks of the Candra-bhāga) Cat

sāmbapurī

  1. ○purī f. N. of a city founded by Sāmba (said to be situated on the banks of the Candra-bhāga) Cat

sāmbapurāṇa

  1. ○purāṇa n. = sāmbôpapurāṇa

sāmbapradyumnaprabandha

  1. ○pradyumna-prabandha m

sāmbamuktāvalīstotra

  1. ○muktâvalī-stotra n. N. of wks

sāmbamūrti

  1. ○mūrti mfn. having the form of Sāmba Cat

sāmbavatī

  1. ○vatī f. N. of a courtezan Rājat

sāmbavijaya

  1. ○vijaya m. N. of wk

sāmbāditya

  1. sāmbâditya m. a partic. form of the sun Cat

sābeśvara

  1. sābêśvara m. N. of a temple founded by Sāmbavatī Rājat

sāmbopapurāṇa

  1. sāmbôpapurāṇa n. N. of an Upapurāṇa

sāmbi

  1. sāmbi m. patr. fr. sāmba g. bāhv-ādi

sāmba

  1. sâmba mfn. attended by Ambā (q.v.), Kāsikh

sāmbaśiva

  1. ○śiva m. N. of an author Cat

sāmbandhika

  1. sāmbandhika n. (fr. sam-bandha) relationship by marriage MBh
  2. conversation such as is fit for people related by marriage ib

sāmbara

  1. sāmbara ○rī, See śāmb p. 1065

sāmbarya

  1. sāmbarya m. (prob. wṛ. for sāṃvarya) a patr. Saṃskārak

sāmbādhika

  1. sāmbādhika m. (fr. sam-bādha) the second Yāma (q.v.) of a night L

sāmbuvāsara

  1. sâmbu-vāsara mfn. (of doubtful meaning). Kathās. lxx, 59

sāmbhara

  1. sāmbhara n. (fr. sam-bhara) a kind of salt L

sāmbhala

  1. sāmbhala mfn. bred in Sam-bhala (as a horse) L

sāmbhavī

  1. sāmbhavī f. (fr. sam-bhava) possibility, probability L
  2. the red Lodhra tree W

sāmbhas

  1. sâmbhas mfn. having or containing water, watery Bhaṭṭ

sāmbhāṣya

  1. sāmbhāṣya n. (fr. sam-bhāṣin) conversation, g. brāhmaṇâdi

sāmbhūyi

  1. sāmbhūyi m. patr. fr. sam-bhūyas g. bāhv-ādi

sāmmatya

  1. sāmmatya n. (fr. sam-mati) consent, agreement, g. dṛdhâdi

sāmmada

  1. sāmmadá m. (fr. sam-mada) patr. of Matsya (king of the aquatic animals) ŚBr. ĀśvŚr
  2. of the author of RV. viii, 67 Anukr

sāmmanasya

  1. sāmmanasyá n. (fr. sam-manas) concord, harmony AV
  2. (āni), n. pl. charms to secure harmony AV., SBE. xlī, 134

sāmmātura

  1. sāmmātura and sāmmātra m. patr. fr. 1. sam-mātṛ Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 115. [Page 1207, Column]

sāmmārjina

  1. sāmmārjina n. (fr. sam-mārjin) Pāṇ. 5-4, 15 Sch

sāmmitikāyani

  1. sāmmitikāyani m. a patr. Pat

sāmmukhī

  1. sāmmukhī f. (fr. sam-mukha) a Tithi or lunar day extending till evening ( See tithi) L

sāmmukhya

  1. sāmmukhya n. the state of being present face to face or in front (○khyam ā-√dhā Ā., with gen. = 'to go to') Sāh
  2. favour, fondness for (opp. to vaimukhya) Rājat
  3. care for, attention to (comp.) ib

sāmmeghya

  1. sāmmeghya n. (fr. sam-megha) the cloudy season TS

sāmmodanika

  1. sāmmodanika mfn. = sammodanāya prabhavati g. saṃtāpâdi

sāmya

  1. sāmya n. (fr. 2. sama) equality, evenness, equilibrium, equipoise, equal or normal state (acc. with √nī, 'to bring to that state', 'calm') MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. likeness, sameness, identity with (instr. with and without saha, or gen., or loc., or comp.) MuṇḍUp. MBh. &c
  3. equality of rank or position Mn. Yājñ. VarBṛS
  4. homogeneousness (of sounds) Vop
  5. measure, time MBh
  6. equability towards (loc. or prati), impartiality, indifference Bhag. Kum. BhP
  7. justice (sāmyam-√kṛ, 'to act justly towards loc.') MBh
  8. vḷ. for śalyā Kāvyâd. i, 39

sāmyagrāha

  1. ○grāha m. one who beats time R

sāmyatā

  1. ○tā f

sāmyatva

  1. ○tva n. equality, sameness Mn. MBh. &c

sāmyatālaviśārada

  1. ○tāla-viśārada mfn. versed in time and measure MBh. ii, 131 (B.)

sāmyabodhaka

  1. ○bodhaka mfn. expressive of similarity MW

sāmyāvasthā

  1. sāmyâvasthā f. a state of equipoise (of the 3 constituent ingredients of Prakṛiti
  2. See guṇa) Sarvad. Sāṃkhyak.: RTL.32

sāmyāvasthāna

  1. sāmyâvasthāna n. id. Śaṃk

sāmyakṣa

  1. sāmyakṣa sāmyekṣa and ○kṣya, (prob.) wṛ. for sāmakṣya

sāmrājya

  1. sā́mrājya n. (fr. sam-rāj) complete or universal sovereignty, empire, dominion over (gen., loc., or comp.) RV. &c. &c
  2. mfn. relating to sovereignty TS
  3. (○jyá, m.) a universal sovereign RV. viii, 25, 17 (accord. to g. kurv-ādi, 'the son of a universal sṭsovereign.')

sāmrājyakṛt

  1. ○kṛt mfn. one who exercises imperial sway MW

sāmrājyadīkṣita

  1. ○dīkṣita mfn. consecrated to universal empire ib

sāmrājyalakṣmīpīṭhikā

  1. ○lakṣmī-pīṭhikā f

sāmrājyalakṣmīpūjā

  1. ○lakṣmī-pūjā f

sāmrājyasiddhi

  1. ○siddhi f. N. wks

sāmrājyasiddhidā

  1. ○siddhidā f. N. of the family deity of the Uddalakas Cat

sāmrāṇikardama

  1. sāmrāṇi-kardama n. e perfume or mixture of fragrant substances, civet L

sāmrāṇija

  1. sāmrāṇi-ja n. a kind of fruit-tree L

sāya

  1. sāyá n. (prob. fr. √so, See avasāya, avasāna
  2. but 2. sāya, col. 3) the close of day, evening (sāyaṃ-√kṛ, to spend the evening, make a stay') RV. &c. &c
  3. Evening personified (as a son of Pushpárṇa and Doshā or as a son of Dhātṛi and Kuhū) BhP
  4. (ám), ind. in the evening, at eventide (sāyaṃ sāyam, 'every evening' ; See also below) RV. &c. &c. [Cf., accord. to some, Lat. se1rus.]

sāyatare

  1. ○tare ind. late in the evening Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 23 Vārtt. 1

sāyadhūrta

  1. ○dhūrta m. a rogue, cheat or deceiver in the form of evening Naish

sāyamaṇḍana

  1. ○maṇḍana n. 'evṭevening-ornament', sunset W

sāyārambha

  1. sāyârambha mfn. beginning in the evṭevening KātyŚr. Sch

sāyāśana

  1. sāyâśana n. an evening-meal ib

sāyāhan

  1. sāyâhan n. or eventide TBr. Mn. MBh. &c

sāyāhna

  1. sāyâḍhna m. eventide TBr. Mn. MBh. &c
  2. ([○hna) -samaye] ind. at eventide R

sāyodbhidura

  1. sāyôdbhidura mfn. expanding or blossoming in the evening L

sāyaṃ

  1. sāyaṃ in comp. for sāyam, col. 3

sāyaṃyāvan

  1. ○yā́van mfn. going or coming in the evening TBr

sāyaṃsaṃdhyā

  1. ○saṃdhyā f. the evening twilight RTL. 407
  2. -devatā f. deity of the evening twilight', N. of Sarasvatī L
  3. -prayoga m. N. of wk

sāyaṃsūrya

  1. ○sūrya m. the evening sun MBh
  2. ○yôḍha mfn. brought by the evening sun (said of a guest) Mn.iii, 105

sāyaṃhoma

  1. ○homa m. the evening oblation ĀśvŚr. Sch

sāyaṃkāla

  1. ○kāla n. eventide, evening Naish. Sch

sāyaṃkālika

  1. ○kālika (Vās. Sch.) or (Ragh. Sch.), mfn. belonging to evening, vespertine

sāyaṃkālīna

  1. ○kālīna (Ragh. Sch.), mfn. belonging to evening, vespertine

sāyaṃgṛha

  1. ○gṛha mfn. = yatra-s○ Prab

sāyaṃgoṣṭha

  1. ○goṣṭha mfn. brought into the fold at evening AitBr

sāyaṃtūrya

  1. ○tūrya n. drumming at evening L

sāyaṃdugdha

  1. ○dugdhá mfn. milked in the evening ib. ŚBr

sāyaṃdoha

  1. ○doha m. milking the cows at evening, evening milking or milk ĀpŚr
  2. -vat ind. ib

sāyaṃdhṛti

  1. ○dhṛti f. -homa MW

sāyaṃnivāsa

  1. ○nivāsa m. evening abode or resting-place ib

sāyantana

  1. sāyantana mf(ī)n. relating to evening, vespertine, Klv. Pañcat. ŚārṅgS

sāyantanamallikā

  1. ○mallikā f. evening jasmine Ragh

sāyantanasamaya

  1. ○samaya m. eventide Pañcat. [Page 1207, Column]

sāyam

  1. sāyam ind. in comp

sāyamadhivāsa

  1. ○adhivāsa m. 'evening decoration', decorating an image of Durgā on the fifth day of the month Āśvina MW

sāyamaśana

  1. ○aśaná n. an evening meal MaitrS

sāyamāśa

  1. ○āśa m. id. Kauś
  2. -prātarāśa (only loc. e), the evening and morning mṭmeal Gobh

sāyamāhuti

  1. ○āhutí f. an evening oblation ŚBr. GṛŚrS

sāyamupāsanavidhi

  1. ○upâsana-vidhi m

sāyamaupāsanaprayoga

  1. ○aupāsana-prayoga m. N. of wks

sāyampoṣa

  1. ○poṣa m. food taken in the evṭevening ŚāṅkhBr

sāyamprātar

  1. ○prātar (sāyâm-), ind. in the evṭevening and meal (also sāyam prāśaśca) AV. &c. &c
  2. -agnihotra-prayoga m. -agnihotrahoma, mṆ. of wks
  3. -āśin mfn. eating (only) in the evening and meal ŚBr
  4. -āhuti f. du. evening and meal oblation KātyŚr
  5. -aupāsana-vidhi, Tn. N. of wk
  6. -doha m. evening and m. milking ib
  7. -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of evening and meal, Kāśkh
  8. -homa m. du. evening and meal oblation Gobh. (also N. of wk.)

sāyambhava

  1. ○bhava m. becoming evening, growing dirk AV

sāyambhojana

  1. ○bhojana n. an evening meal Kull. on Mn. iii, 105

sāyammantra

  1. ○mantra m. a Mantra to be used in the evening Baudh

sāyamprātika

  1. sāyamprātika mfn. (fr. sāyam-prātar) belonging to evening and morning Pāṇ. 6-4, 144, Vartt. 5 Pat

sāya

  1. sāya m. (fr. √2. si
  2. for 1. See col. 2) a missile, arrow (= sāyaka) L
  3. (sāyá), n. unloosing, unyoking, turning in RV. &c

sāyaka

  1. sā́yaka mfn. intended or fitted to be discharged or hurled RV. (Naigh. ii, 20)
  2. m. (in RV. also n.) a missile, arrow RV. &c. &c
  3. m. a symbolical expression for the number 'five' (from the 5 arrows of the god of love) Sāh
  4. a sword MBh. R
  5. the latitude of the sky Gaṇit
  6. Saccharum Sara L
  7. N. of a man Pravar
  8. (ikā), f. a dagger L
  9. the being or standing in regular order (= krama-sthiti
  10. prob. wṛ. for śāyikā) L

sāyakapuṅkha

  1. ○puṅkha m. the feathered part of an arrow Ragh
  2. (ā), f. a partic. plant (= śara-puṅkhā) L

sāyakapraṇutta

  1. ○praṇutta (sā́y○), mfn. driven away or put to flight by arrows AV

sāyakamaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of arrows MBh. Hariv

sāyakāya

  1. sāyakāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble arrows, represent the arrows of (comp.) Daś

sāyakāyana

  1. sāyakāyaná m. patr. fr. sāyaka ŚBr. (g. naḍâdi)

sāyakāyanin

  1. sāyakāyanin m.pl. the school of Sāyakāyana ib

sāyaṇa

  1. sāyaṇa m. (said to be a Drâviḍa word) N. of a learned Brāhman (also called Sāyaṇamādhava and Sāyaṇâcārya ; he was son of Māyaṇa, pupil of Vishṇu Sarva-jña and of Saṃkarânanda ; and flourished under Bukka I of Vijaya-nagara or Vidyā-nagara ā.ḍ. 1350-1379 and his successor Harihara, and died in 1387 ; of more than a hundred works attributed to him, among which are commentaries on nearly all parts of the Veda, some were carried out by his pupils, and some were written in conjunction with his brother Mādhavâcārya or Vidyâraṇya-svāmin)

sāyaṇamādhavīya

  1. ○mādhavīya mfn. written or composed by Sāyaṇa-mādhava Sarvad

sāyaṇīya

  1. sāyaṇīya mfn. relating to or composed by Sāyaṇa
  2. n. a work of Sāyaṇa Cat

sāyatana

  1. sấyatana mfn. together with the place of abode &c. TS

sāyana

  1. sâyana mfn. proceeding in the way of an Ayana (q.v.) ŚāṅkhŚr
  2. connected with the word ayana ib
  3. n. (in astron.) with the precession or the longitude of a planet reckoned from the vernal equinoctial point W

sāyavasa

  1. sāyavasa m. a patr. ŚBr

sāyāsa

  1. sāyāsa mfn. beset with difficulties or trouble Kathās

sāyin

  1. sāyin m. (prob. wṛ. for sādin) a horseman W

sāyujya

  1. sā́yujya n. (fr. sa-yuj) intimate union, communion with (gen., loc., instr., or comp.)
  2. identification, absorption (into the divine Essence
  3. this is one of the four grades or states of Mukti, cf. sālokya RTL.41) Kāṭh. Br. MBh. &c
  4. likeness, similarity W

sāyujyatā

  1. ○tā f. (Hcat.),

sāyujyatva

  1. ○tva n. (MaitrUp.) = prec

sāyujyamukti

  1. ○mukti f. emancipation consisting in the above absorption Cat

sāyojya

  1. sāyojya n. = sāyujya MaitrUp. (with prâṇais = 'abiding in life, living on' MārkP.)

sāyudha

  1. sâyudha mf(ā)n. furnished with arms, armed MBh

sāyudhapragraha

  1. ○pragraha mfn. holding weapons in the hand MW

sāyya

  1. sāyya m. a patr. (vḷ. sāpyá) RV. vi, 20, 6. [Page 1208, Column]

sār

  1. sār See √śār, p. 1066, col. 1

sāra

  1. sāra (fr. √sṛ) m. course, motion ( See pūrva-s○)
  2. stretching out, extension Kālac
  3. mfn. driving away, destroying Bālar. ii, 60/61

sārasārin

  1. ○sārin mfn. running courses or races, TB

sāraka

  1. sāraka mfn. 'causing to go or flow', cathartic, laxative Bhpr
  2. m. Croton Jamalgota L

sāraṇa

  1. sāraṇa mf(ī)n. id. L
  2. cracked, split L
  3. having five hair-tufts on the head L
  4. m. dysentery, diarrhoea L
  5. wind during the autumn L
  6. Paederia Foetida L
  7. Spondias Mangifera. L
  8. N. of a brother of Kṛishṇa MBh. Hariv. MārkP
  9. of one of Rāvaṇa's ministers (sent as ambissad or to Rāma) R
  10. (ā), f. stretching out, extension (only ifc.) Kathās
  11. (ifc. f. ā) producing a sound, striking a note on (loc.) ib
  12. a partic. process to which mineral substances (esp. quicksilver) are subjected (two others being given called ṛtu-s○ and prati-sāraṇā
  13. ○ṇā-traya n. 'the three Sāraṇā processes') Sarvad
  14. (ī), f. See below
  15. (am), n. leading home Daś
  16. buttermilk (one fourth part of which is water) L
  17. a kind of perfume L

sāraṇasundara

  1. ○sundara m. a partic. mixture Cat

sāraṇeśa

  1. sāraṇêśa m. N. of a mountain ib

sāraṇi

  1. sāraṇi f. a stream, channel, water-pipe HPariś

sāraṇika

  1. sāraṇika m. a traveller, (esp.) a travelling merchant (vḷ. śar○) MBh
  2. (ā), f. (in cintāmaṇi-s○) N. of wk

sāraṇikaghna

  1. ○ghna m. 'killing travellers', a robber, highwayman L

sāraṇī

  1. sāraṇī f. = sāraṇi, a stream Bālar
  2. Paederia Foetida L
  3. a poem consisting only of verses L
  4. N. of wk

sāraṇīkoṣṭaka

  1. ○koṣṭaka n

sāraṇīrāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of wks

sārin

  1. sārin mfn. going, running, hastening MBh
  2. (ifc.) following, pursuing AitBr. &c. &c
  3. (iṇī), f. a brook, channel Vcar
  4. N. of various plants (Alhagi Maurorum, Paederia Foetida &c.) L

sārya

  1. sārya mfn. that which may be dropped or omitted (in pronunciation) MāṇḍŚ

sāra

  1. sā́ra m. n. (ifc. f. ā
  2. perhaps to be connected with 1. sāra above
  3. prob. fr. a lost √meaning. 'to be strong') the core or pith or solid interior of anything RV. &c. &c
  4. firmness, strength power, energy AV. &c. &c
  5. the substance or essence or marrow or cream or heart or essential part of anything, best part, quintessence (ifc. = 'chiefly consisting of or depending on &c.' [cf. para], e.g. dharma-sāraṃ jagat, 'the world chiefly depends on justice'
  6. tūṣṇīṃ-sāra mfn. 'chiefly silent'
  7. sārat sāram, 'the very best') AitBr. &c. &c
  8. the real meaning, main point MW
  9. a compendium, summary, epitome (often ifc. in titles of books)
  10. a chiefingredient or constituent part of the body (causing the peculiarities of temperament
  11. reckoned to be 7, viz. sattva, śukra, majjan, asthi, medas, māṃsa, rakta) Suśr. VarBṛS
  12. any ingredient Suśr
  13. nectar R. BhP
  14. cream, curds L
  15. worth, value (eṇa, 'in consideration of.', according to') Mn. Yājñ. &c
  16. wealth, property, goods, riches Kāv. Pur. Rājat
  17. (in rhet.) a kind of climax (uttarôttaram utkarṣaḥ) Sāh. Kpr
  18. resin used as a perfume Suśr. SārṅgS
  19. water Vās
  20. dung Kṛishis
  21. the matter formed in a boil or ulcer, pus MW
  22. impure carbonate of soda ib
  23. a confederate prince, ally VarBṛS
  24. (= 1. śāra) a piece at chess or backgammon &c
  25. (ā), f. a kind of plant( = kriṣṇa-trivṛtā) L
  26. Kuśa grass L
  27. (ī), f. See under sāri and sārī (next p.)
  28. mf(ā)n. hard, firm solid strong MBh. Rāv. &c
  29. precious, valuable Daś
  30. good, sound, best, excellent BhP. Pañcar
  31. sound (as an argument, thoroughly proved) W
  32. full of (instr.) VarBṛS
  33. motley, speckled (= śāra) Suśr. Kād

sārakālikā

  1. ○kâlikā f

sārakaumudī

  1. ○kaumudī f

sārakṣetramāhatmya

  1. ○kṣetra-māhatmya n

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  1. sārakṣetramāhatmyasāroddhāra3sā́ra--kṣetra-māhatmya-sārôddhāra m. N. of wks

sārakhadira

  1. ○khadira m. 'hard Khadira', a kind of Acacia Catechu L

sāraga

  1. ○ga mfn. robust, strong, powerful Śiś. (= bhala-bhāj Sch.)

sāragandha

  1. ○gandha m. 'having perfection of scent', sandal-wood L

sāragātra

  1. ○gātra mfn. strong-limbed MBh

sāragītā

  1. ○gītā f. N. of various wks

sāraguṇa

  1. ○guṇa m. any chief or principal virtue Siṃhâs

sāraguru

  1. ○guru mfn. heavy with weight (as steps) Kum

sāragrahamañjarī

  1. ○graha-mañjarī f. N. of wk

sāragrāha

  1. ○grāha m. (with karma-vipāka) N. of wk. on Dharma (composed by Kāṃhada-sūnu in 1384 AḌ.)

sāragrāhin

  1. ○grāhin mfn. capable of extracting or apprehending the essence or best part of anything R

sāragrīva

  1. ○grīva m. 'strong-necked', N. of Śiva MBh

sāracaturviṃśatikā

  1. ○caturviṃśatikā f

sāracandrikā

  1. ○candrikā f

sāracintāmaṇi

  1. ○cintāmaṇi m. N. of wks

sāraja

  1. ○ja n. 'produced from cream', fresh butter (cf. sara-ja) W

sārataṇḍula

  1. ○taṇḍula m. rice in whole grains slightly boiled KātyŚr. [Page 1208, Column]

sāratama

  1. ○tama mfn. the very best (-tva n.) Saṃk. on ChUp

sāratara

  1. ○tara n. the better, something excellent (sārāt sārataram, 'the best or most excellent of all) Cat
  2. mf(ā)n. better, more excellent Saṃk. on ChUp
  3. more precious, dearer Śīl
  4. -tā f. the being better or having more virtue Divyâv

sārataru

  1. ○taru m. 'pith-tree', the plantain (= kadala, 'Musa Sapientum'
  2. so called as containing no hard wood) L

sāratas

  1. ○tas ind. according to the nature Mn. vlī, 405
  2. vigorously, essentially W

sāratā

  1. ○tā f. firmness, solidity R
  2. strong confidence in (loc.) ib
  3. worth, value Hit. ŚārṅgP
  4. highest degree R. Rājat
  5. the being a chief ingredient (in the body
  6. See sāra) Car

sāratrayaculuka

  1. ○trayaculuka m. or n. N. of a Vedânta wk

sāratva

  1. ○tva n. hardness, firmness, solidity ŚāṅkhGṛ. MBh
  2. the being the man point or principal matter Sāh

sāradarśin

  1. ○darśin mfn. having an eye for the good or important R

sāradā

  1. ○dā f. = śāradā (q.v.)

sāradaru

  1. ○daru n. hard wood Hcat
  2. -maya mf(ī)n. made of hard wood ib

sāradīpikā

  1. ○dīpikā f. N. of various wks

sāradruma

  1. ○druma m. a tree having hard wood VarBṛS
  2. the Khadira tree (Acacia Catechu) L

sāradhātṛ

  1. ○dhātṛ m. 'bestower of strength', N. of Śiva Hariv

sāradhānya

  1. ○dhānya n. the best grain or corn VarBṛS

sāradhvaji

  1. ○dhvaji m. a patr. Saṃskārak

sārapattra

  1. ○pattra mfn. having hard or strong leaves (-ka n.), g. manojñâdi

sārapada

  1. ○pada m. 'having strong feet', a kind of bird reckoned among the Vishkiras (vḷ., śāra-p○) Car

sārapadyāvala

  1. ○padyâvala f. N. of wk

sāraparṇī

  1. ○parṇī f. (cf. śāl-p○) Hedysarum Gangeticum L

sārapāka

  1. ○pāka n. a partic. poisonous fruit Suśr

sārapādapa

  1. ○pādapa m. a partic. plant or tree (prob. = dhāmanī) L

sāraprakaśikā

  1. ○prakaśikā f

sārapradīpikā

  1. ○pradīpikā f. N. of wks

sāraphalgu

  1. ○phalgu mfn. strong and (or) weak, good and (or) bad MBh
  2. -tā f. (MBh.), -tva n. (Mn. ix, 56) value and (or) worthlessness, goodness and (or) badness, comparative importance

sārabodhinī

  1. ○bodhinī f. N. of a Comm. on the Kāvya-prakāśa

sārabhaṅga

  1. ○bhaṅga m. n. destruction or loss of vigour W
  2. deprived of substance or strength ib

sārabhaṭa

  1. ○bhaṭa N. of the fourth Muhūrta Jyot

sārabhaṭṭāraka

  1. ○bhaṭṭāraka m. N. of an author Cat

sārabhāṇḍa

  1. ○bhāṇḍa n. valuable merchandise, treasure Yājñ. Pañcat
  2. a natural receptacle (as a bag or skin for holding musk &c.) W
  3. -gṛhaka m. or n. a treasure-house, treasury Mālav

sārabhuj

  1. ○bhuj mfn. eating the essence or best part of anything MW

sārabhūta

  1. ○bhūta mfn. being the chief thing, best, most excellent
  2. n. the main or best thing Kāv. VarBṛS. &c

sārabhṛt

  1. ○bhṛt mfn. taking or choosing what is best BhP

sārabhoga

  1. ○bhoga m

sāramañjarī

  1. ○mañjarī f. N. of wks

sāramaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī)n. exceedingly firm or solid BhP
  2. consisting of the chief or best part of anything (gen.) Cat

sāramahat

  1. ○mahat mfn. very precious or valuable Daś

sāramārgaṇa

  1. ○mārgaṇa n. searching for pith, or marrow Yājñ

sāramiti

  1. ○miti m. 'measure of all truth, N. of the Veda L

sāramūṣikā

  1. ○mūṣikā f. a kind of plant (= deva-dālī) L

sārayoga

  1. ○yoga m. possession of the essence or substance of anything W

sārayodha

  1. ○yodha mfn. consisting of excellent warrlors MBh

sārarūpa

  1. ○rūpa mfn. best, principal, most excellent Chandom
  2. -tā f. the being the best or first (○tayā instr., 'especially, principally'), Salh

sāralaharī

  1. ○laharī f. N. of a gram. wk. by Kavi-candra

sāraloha

  1. ○loha n. 'essence of iron', steel L

sāravat

  1. ○vat mfn. hard, solid, firm, strong, steadfast MBh. R. &c
  2. substantial, nourishing (as food), C2ar
  3. valuable, precious MBh. Kām
  4. having pith or sap, containing resin Suśr
  5. (ī), f. a kind of metre Col
  6. a partic. Samtidhi Buddh
  7. -tā f. hardness (of an arrow) Ragh
  8. force, strength, steadfastness Kām. Śiś. Sch

sāravarjita

  1. ○varjita mfn. 'devoid of substance', pithless, sapless W

sāravastu

  1. ○vastu n. a valuable or important thing Pañcat

sāravid

  1. ○vid mfn. knowing the substance or value of anything Kāv

sāraśūnya

  1. ○śūnya mfn. devoid of value, worthless ib

sārasaṃhitā

  1. ○saṃhitā f. N. of wk. on music by Nārada

sārasamagraha

  1. ○samagraha m. 'concentration of the essence of any work', N. of various compendiums (also jñāna-bhūṣaṇa-bhāṣya n. -nighaṇṭu, m. -saṃgraha, m.)

sārasamuccaya

  1. ○samuccaya m

sārasambandhapaddhati

  1. ○sambandha-paddhati f

sārasāgara

  1. ○sāgara m

sārasiddhāntakaumudī

  1. ○siddhânta-kaumudī f

sārasindhu

  1. ○sindhu m

sārasundarī

  1. ○sundarī f. N. of wks

sārādāna

  1. sārâdāna n. picking out the best Kap

sāraparādha

  1. sāráparādha m. du. the ability (of a criminal to suffer) and the nature of the crime (others, the greatness of the crime') Mn. viii, 126
  2. -tas ind. according to the ability &c. (others, 'according to the greatness of the crime') ib. ix, 262

sārāpahāra

  1. sārâpahāra m. robbing of the substance or wealth of (gen.) Rājat

sārāmṛta

  1. sārâmṛta n. N. of a grammar

sārāmbhas

  1. sārâmbhas n. extracted juice Suśr

sārārthasaṃgraha

  1. sārârtha-saṃgraha m. N. of a Comm. on the Bhagavad-gītā

sārārthin

  1. sārârthin mfn. desirous of deriving gain or profit from anything MBh. [Page 1208, Column]

sārāvalī

  1. sārâvalī f. N. of various wks
  2. -jātaka n. N. of an astron. wk

sārāśīti

  1. sārâśīti L. N. of 80 choice stanzas Subh

sārāsāra

  1. sārâsāra n. substance and (or) emptiness, strength and (or) weakness, relative strength Hit
  2. worth and (or) worthlessness, relative quality (of goods) Mn. ix, 331
  3. the good and (or) the best Rājat
  4. mfn. strong and (or) weak MBh
  5. -tā f. the strong and (or) weak side of anything Pañcat
  6. -vicāra m. considering or weighing strong and weak points &c. MW
  7. -viveka m. N. of two wks

sārāsvadinī

  1. sārâsvadinī f. N. of a Vedânta wk

sāreśvara

  1. sārêśvara m. (with paṇḍita) N. of a Jaina (author of the Liṅga-prakāśa, a gram. wk.)

sāroddhāra

  1. sārôddhāra m. N. of various wks. (also -paddhati f. -śakunaparī7kskā f. and = saṃgraka m.)

sāraka

  1. sāraka mfn. (ifc.) full of. Kathās
  2. m. N. of a man Divyâv

sārāt

  1. sārāt (abl. of 2. sāra) in comp

sārātsāratattva

  1. ○sāra-tattva n

sārātsāratattvasaṃgraha

  1. ○sāra-tattva-saṃgraha m

sārātsārasusaṃgraha

  1. ○sārasusaṃgraha m. N. of wks

sārin

  1. sārin (for 1. See col. 1) in trāṇa-s○ (q.v.)

sāriṣṭha

  1. sāriṣṭha mfn. the very best or most excellent (-tva n.) Śaṃk

sāra

  1. sâra mfn. having spokes, Śulbas

sārakāyaṇa

  1. sārakāyaṇa mfn. (fr. saraka), g. pakṣâdi

sārakeya

  1. sārakeya mfn. g. sakhy-ādi

sārakya

  1. sārakya mfn. g. saṃkāśâdi

sāragha

  1. sāraghá mfn. (fr. saragha) coming or derived from the bee RV. AV. ŚBr. BhP
  2. m. a bee RV. x, 106, 10
  3. n. honey Naish. BhP

sāraṅga

  1. sāráṅga or sāraṅgá mf(ī)n. (sometimes written śār○
  2. either fr. sa-raṅga, 'having colour &c.', or for śarâṅga or sār○, 'having a dappled body'), of a variegated colour, dappled, spotted (cf. kṛṣṇa-s○, lohita-s○) AV. Br. MBh
  3. derived from the antelope called Slrariga L
  4. m. (ifc. f. ā) a kind of spotted antelope Kāv. Kathās. &c
  5. N. of various birds (esp. a kind of Vishkira' or Pratuda qq. vv.
  6. a peacock
  7. the Indian cuckoo
  8. the Rāja-haṃsa
  9. the Cātaka &c.) Kāv. Suśr. Car. &c
  10. a bee BhP
  11. a kind of metre Col
  12. (in music) a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt
  13. (only L., 'an elephant
  14. lion
  15. cloud
  16. tree
  17. umbrella
  18. parasol
  19. garment
  20. clothes
  21. hair
  22. lotus
  23. flower
  24. conch-shell
  25. sort of musical instrument
  26. ornament
  27. jewel
  28. gold
  29. a bow
  30. sandal
  31. camphor
  32. the earth
  33. light
  34. night')
  35. N. of Śiva MBh
  36. of Kāma-deva L
  37. of the father of Bhaîṭa Rāghava Cat
  38. (with kavi) of a poet ib
  39. (ī), f. See below

sāraṅgaja

  1. ○ja m. a deer
  2. -dṛt f. a deer-eyed woman Bhām

sāraṅgadeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of a king Cat

sāraṅgapāṇi

  1. ○pāṇi m. N. of an author ib. (cf. -samuccaya)

sāraṅgaraṅgadā

  1. ○raṅga-dā f. N. of a commentary on the Kṛishṇa-karṇámṛita

sāraṅgalocanā

  1. ○locanā f. = -dṛś Naish

sāraṅgaśabala

  1. ○śabala MBh

sāraṅgasamuccaya

  1. ○samuccaya m. N. of wk. (also called vivāha-paṭala) by Sāraṅga-pāṇi

sāraṅgasāra

  1. ○sāra N. of a poem

sāraṅgahāra

  1. ○hāra m. a kind of Yogin W

sāraṅgākṣā

  1. sāraṅgâkṣā f. = sāraṅga-dṛś Mālav

sāraṅgika

  1. sāraṅgika m. a bird-catcher or deer-catcher L

sāraṅgī

  1. sāraṅgī f. a kind of spotted doe or antelope ( kṛṣṇa-s○)
  2. the female of a partic. bird Mn. ix, 23 (cf. śārngī)
  3. a sort of violin W
  4. a kind of metre Col
  5. (in music) a partic. Rāgiṇī Saṃgīt

sāraṅgīsārasamuccaya

  1. ○sārasamuccaya m. N. of wk

sāraṇa

  1. sāraṇa sāraṇi &c. See col. 1

sāraṇḍa

  1. sāraṇḍa m.= sarpâṇḍa, a serpent's egg L

sāraṇyaka

  1. sâraṇyaka mfn. together with a forest Pāṇ. 1-1, 7 Vārtt. 8 Pat
  2. (sâr○) having the Āraṇyakas MW
  3. (am), n. together with the Āranyakas, IndSt

sārathi

  1. sā́rathi m. (fr. sa-ratha) a charioteer, driver of a car, coachman (forming a mixed caste, commonly called Sārthī, and supposed to have sprung from a Kshatriya father and Brāhman mother) RV. &c. &c
  2. any leader or guide ( See nau-, vākya-s○)
  3. a helper, assistant ( See karma-s○)
  4. the son of a Saratha (q.v.) MW
  5. the ocean ib
  6. N. of a town Lalit

sārathitva

  1. ○tva n. the office of a charioteer &c. Kathās

sārathipuri

  1. ○puri (?), f. the town Sārathi Lalit

sārathya

  1. sārathya n. the office of a charioteer or coachman, charioteering &c. MBh. Ragh. BhP

sārameyā

  1. sārameyā́ m. (fr. saramā) a dog (esp. one of the two four-eyed brindled watch-dogs of Yama, conjectured by some to have been originally Indra and Agni) R. MBh. R. &c. [Page 1209, Column]
  2. N. of a son of Śva-phalka BhP
  3. (ī), f. a female dog, bitch L

sārameyāgaṇādhipa

  1. ○gaṇâdhipa m. 'lord of the race of dogs', N. of Kubera Suśr

sārameyācikitsā

  1. ○cikitsā f. the art of curing dogs Cat

sārameyātā

  1. ○tā f. the being a dog Kathās

sārameyāvākya

  1. ○vākya n. 'Sārameya's speech', N. of the 56th ch. of the Uttara-kāṇḍa of the Rāmâyaṇa

sārameyādana

  1. sārameyâdana n. 'dog's-meal', N. of a hell in which criminals are eaten by Yama's dogs BhP

sārambha

  1. sârambha m. angry talk, DivyâV

sāraya

  1. sāraya Nom. P. ○yati, to be weak (daurbalye) Dhātup. xxxv, 16

sāralya

  1. sāralya n. (fr. sarala) straightness, rectitude, sincerity, honesty Rājat

sārava

  1. sārava mfn. (anomalously fr. sarayū) being in or belonging to the Sarayū river Pāṇ. 6-4, 174

sāraśana

  1. sāraśana wṛ. for sārasana

sāras

  1. sāras (m.c.) = 1. sārasa, the Indian crane MBh. xiii, 736

sārasa

  1. sārasa mf(ī)n. (fr. saras) relating or belonging to or coming from a pond or lake Kāv. VarBṛS. Suśr
  2. m. (ifc. f. ā) the Indian or Siberian crane, Aedea Sibirica Mn. MBh. &c
  3. a swan = haṃsa Śiś. xii, 44 (Sch.)
  4. a bird in general (cf. rāja-s○)
  5. the moon L
  6. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
  7. N. of a son of Garuḍa MBh
  8. of a son of Yadu Hariv
  9. of a hunchback (B. ○saka) Mālav
  10. (ī), f. a female Indian crane MBh. Mṛicch
  11. (am), n. a lotus Caurap
  12. a woman's zone or girdle (= sārasana) L

sārasagṛdhra

  1. ○gṛdhra m. du. an Indian crane and a vulture R

sārasadvitīya

  1. ○dvitīya mfn. accompanied by an Indian crane MW

sārasapriyā

  1. ○priyā f. the female of an Indian crane L

sārasākṣa

  1. sārasâkṣa n. a kind of ruby L
  2. (ī), f. having the eyes of a sarasa or a lotus-eyed woman Naish

sārasikā

  1. sārasikā f. a female Indian crane Śiś

sārasa

  1. sârasa mfn. crying, calling Nalôd

sārasya

  1. sārasya n. (fr. prec.) a cry, shout, call &c. ib

sārasana

  1. sārasana in. (also written sāraś○ and perhaps for sa-raśana) a woman's zone or girdle (said to be formed of 25 strings) Śiś
  2. a military belt or girdle L
  3. a breast-plate L

sārasāyana

  1. sārasāyana mfn. (fr. sa-rasa), g. pakṣâdi
  2. m. (prob.) a patr., g. ahukāry-ādi (vḷ. for sāraryāyana)

sārasāyanabhakta

  1. ○bhakta mfn. inhabited by Sārasāyanas ib

sāraseya

  1. sāraseya mfn., g. sakhy-ādi

sārasya

  1. sārasya n. abundance of water Nalôd

sārasyāyana

  1. sārasyāyana See sārasāyana

sārasvata

  1. sārasvatá mf(ī)n. relating or belonging to Sarasvat (q.v.) or to Sarasvatī (the river or the goddess derived or coming from them RV. &c. &c
  2. relating to the Ṛishi Sārasvata MBh
  3. belonging to the Sarasvata country MBh
  4. eloquent, learned W
  5. m. a Bilva stick L
  6. N. of a Ṛishi (fabled to have sprung from the personified Sarasvatil river MBh. (also ○tā gaṇāḥ) Hariv
  7. of a Vyāsa VP
  8. (pl.) N. of a people dwelling on the Sarasvatil river (i.e. in the north-west part of the province of Delhi including part of the Panjāb) AV.Pariś. MBh. VarBṛS. Pur
  9. (pl.) N. of a partic. tribe of Brāhmans (so called as coming from the above country or as supposed to be descended from the above Ṛishi) BhP
  10. (sg.) the twelfth Kalpa or day of Brahmā Hcat
  11. a staff of the Bilva tree L
  12. a partic. ceremonial in the worship of Sarasvatī MW
  13. (ī), f. Cardiospermum Halicacabum L
  14. (with or scil. prakriyā) N. of a grammar by Anubhūti-svarūpâcārya
  15. (am), n. a partic. Sattra Jaim
  16. eloquence Prasannar
  17. N. of a grammar (= f.)

sārasvatakalpa

  1. ○kalpa m. the above Sarasvatī ceremonial Cat

sārasvatakośa

  1. ○kośa m.,

sārasvatatantra

  1. ○tantra n. N. of wks

sārasvatatīrtha

  1. ○tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat

sārasvatapura

  1. ○pura n. N. of a town ib

sārasvataprakriyā

  1. ○prakriyā f. N. of a grammar (cf. above)

sārasvataprasādaṭīkā

  1. ○prasāda-ṭīkā f

sārasvatamaṇḍana

  1. ○maṇḍana n

sārasvatamāhātmya

  1. ○māhātmya n

sārasvatavilāsa

  1. ○vilāsa m. N. of wks

sārasvatavyākaraṇa

  1. ○vyākaraṇa n. N. of a grammar

sārasvatavrata

  1. ○vrata n. a partic. observance in honour of Sarasvatī Cat

sārasvatasārasarasamagraha

  1. ○sāra-sara-samagraha m

sārasvatasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. (cf. sarasvatīs○) N. of wks

sārasvatādarśa

  1. sārasvatâdarśa n. N. of a Nāṭaka by Appā-śāstrin

sārasvatābhidhāna

  1. sārasvatâbhidhāna n. N. of a short vocabulary

sārasvatālaṃkāra

  1. sārasvatâlaṃkāra m. N. of wk. on rhet. (prob. the Sarasvatī-kanṭhâbharaṇa). [Page 1209, Column]

sārasvatotsava

  1. sārasvatôtsava m. the festival in honour of Sarasvatī Tithyād

sārasvatauṣadhībhu

  1. sārasvatâuṣadhī-√bhu P. -bhavati, to be a medicine for strengthening the voice in singing HPariś

sārasvatīya

  1. sārasvatīya mf(ā)n. relating to or connected with the Sarasvatī-sūtra Cat

sārasvatīyaśilpasāstra

  1. ○śilpa-sāstra n. N. of wk

sārasvatya

  1. sārasvatya mfn. = sārasvata MBh

sārāgavastra

  1. sārāga-vastrá mfn. (fr. or for sa-rāga-v○) wearing red garments TĀr

sārāghya

  1. sārāghya (perhaps wṛ. for sārârghya) N. of an astron. wk

sārāmukha

  1. sārāmukha (?) m. a kind of rice Cat

sārāyaṇīya

  1. sārāyaṇīya m. pl. N. of a school AV. Pariś

sārāla

  1. sārāla m. the sesamum plant L

sārāva

  1. sârāva mfn. with a cry, crying, calling Kathās

sāri

  1. sāri f. (= śāri) a kind of thrush-like bird Kauś
  2. m. a chessman, piece at backgammon &c. Pañcad

sāriphala

  1. ○phala (Siṃhâs.) and n. = śāri-ph○

sāriphalaka

  1. ○phalaka (L.), n. = śāri-ph○

sārika

  1. sārika m. (= śārika) the bird Turdus Salica MBh
  2. N. of a Muni ib
  3. (ā), f. See next

sārikā

  1. sārikā f. (= śārikā) Turdus Salica Mn. MBh. &c
  2. a confidante Vās
  3. the bridge of a stringed instrument, Saṃg
  4. the Viṇā of the Caṇḍslas L
  5. N. of a Rākshasī Cat

sārikāmāhātmya

  1. ○māhātmya n. N. of wk

sārikāmukha

  1. ○mukha m. a partic. venomous insect Suśr

sārikāvaṇa

  1. ○vaṇa n. g. koṭarâdi

sārī

  1. sārī f. a kind of bird (= sārikā
  2. cf. viṭ-s○) L
  3. a chessman, piece at backgammon &c. (-śarī)
  4. a kind of plant (= saptalā) L
  5. a frown L

sārīkrīḍā

  1. ○krīḍā f. a kind of game similar to chess &c. Siṃhâs

sārimejaya

  1. sârim-ejaya mfn. together with Arim-ejaya (son of Śva-phalka) MBh

sāriva

  1. sāriva m. a kind of grain (reckoned among the śāli, or ṣaṣṭikā) Car. Vāgbh
  2. (ā), f. N. of two creeping plants (Hemidesmus Indkus and Ichnocarpus Frutescens), Susr

sāriṣṭa

  1. sâriṣṭa mfn. together with the Arishṭa trees Vās
  2. having the symptoms of approaching death Suśr

sāriṣṭha

  1. sāriṣṭha See p. 1208, col. 3

sārisṛkka

  1. sārisṛkka or ○kkva m. (prob. fr. Intens. of √sṛj) N. of a son of Manda-pāla or Śalrṅgaka MBh

sārisṛkta

  1. sārisṛkta m. N. of the author of RV. x, 142, 3 ; 6 (having the patr. Śarṅga) Anukr

sāristhākhāṃ

  1. sāristhā-khāṃ8 m. N. of a Khān Kshitîś

sārī

  1. sārī See above

sāru

  1. sāru (doubtful), a kind of metre Col

sārundhatika

  1. sârundhatika mfn. together with Arundhatī Kum

sārūḍha

  1. sārūḍha wṛ. for sv-arūḍha MBh

sārūpavatsa

  1. sārūpavatsa n. (fr. sa-rūpavatsā) milk from a cow that has a calf of the same colour Vait

sārūpya

  1. sārūpya n. (fr. sa-rūpa) sameness or similarity of form, identity of appearance, resemblance, likeness, conformity with (gen.) Mn. MBh. &c
  2. assimilation to or conformity with the deity (one of the grades of Mukti or beatitude, = sarūpa-tā, sālokya) BhP
  3. (in dram.) a mistake caused by the mutual resemblance of two persons (as in Veṇis. vs Yudhi-shṭhira takes Bhīma for Duryodhana and injures him) Bhar. Sāh
  4. mf(ā)n. seasonable, fit, proper, suitable Lalit

sārūpyatas

  1. ○tas ind. in consequence of similarity of form MW

sārūpyatā

  1. ○tā f. likeness, resemblance Hariv

sāropa

  1. sâropa mf(ā)n. containing an attribute to be supplied (in rhet.)
  2. (ā), f. (scil. lakṣaṇā) an ellipsis containing an attribute to be supplied Kpr. Sāh

sāroṣṭika

  1. sāroṣṭika or sāroṣṭrika n. (corrupted fe. saurāṣṭrika) a kind of poison L. [Page 1209, Column]

sāroha

  1. sâroha mf(ā)n. having elevation, elevated to (loc.) R
  2. together with a horseman ib

sārka

  1. sârka mfn. with the sun, sunny VarYogay. Kathās

sārkaṇḍeya

  1. sārkaṇḍeya m. patr. fr. sṛkaṇḍu g. śubhrâdi

sārgaḍa

  1. sấrgaḍa mfn. bolted, barred ŚBr

sārgala

  1. sârgala mfn. id. ib. (in the Kāṇva recension) Hariv
  2. obstructed, impeded, prevented, with held Ragh

sārgāla

  1. sārgāla mf(ī)n. (fr. sṛgāla) relating or belonging to a jackal MBh

sārgika

  1. sārgika mfn. = sargāya prabhavati g. raṃtāpâdi

sārṅgī

  1. sārṅgī a kind of metre (= sāraṅgī) Col

sārci

  1. sârci mfn. flaming, burning MBh. R

sārcimālin

  1. ○mālin m. a partic. spell recited over weapons R

sārcis

  1. sârcis mfn. = sárci MBh

sārja

  1. sārja m. = sarjikā, natron L

sārjana

  1. sārjana (of unknown meaning) Pañcar

sārjanākṣi

  1. sārjanākṣi m. a patr. Pravar

sārñjaya

  1. sārñjayá rn. (fr. sṛñjaya) a patr. RV
  2. N. of a son of Saha-deva Br

sārtarava

  1. sârta-rava mfn. uttering wailing sounds, lamenting R

sārti

  1. sârti mfn. suffering from some pain or injury Bhpr

sārtra

  1. sārtra n. (said to be fr. √sṛ) a house, dwelling (= ālaya) L

sārtha

  1. sârtha mf(ā)n. having an object or business, SāṅkhBr
  2. anything that has attained its object, successful (as a request) Śak. Sch
  3. having property, opulent, wealthy Rājat
  4. having meaning or purport, significant, important, Kusum
  5. of like meaning or Purport W
  6. serving a purpose, useful, serviceable MW
  7. m. a travelling company of traders or pilgrims, caravan MBh. R. &c
  8. a troop, collection of men MBh
  9. a multitude of similar animals, herd, flock &c. Pañcat
  10. any company (ena, with gen. = 'in the company of.' Campak.), collection, multitude MBh. Kāv. &c
  11. a member of any company W
  12. a wealthy man W

sārthaghnī

  1. ○ghnī See -han

sārthaja

  1. ○ja mfn. born or reared in a caravan, tame (as an elephant) Nal

sārthadhara

  1. ○dhara m. N. of the leader of a cṭcaravan Kathās

sārthapati

  1. ○pati m. the chief of a caravan HPariś

sārthapāla

  1. ○pāla m. the guardian of a cṭcaravan MārkP

sārthabhṛt

  1. ○bhṛt m. -vāha Buddh

sārthabhraṃśasamudbhava

  1. ○bhraṃśa-samudbhava mfn. arising from the loss of a caravan MBh

sārthamaṇḍala

  1. ○maṇḍala n. the circle or collected body of a caravan ib

sārthavat

  1. ○vat mfn. having some meaning or purpose or intention, significant W
  2. having a numerous company ib

sārthavāha

  1. ○vāha m. the leader or conductor of a caravan, a merchant, trader MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. the son of Māra (= māra-putra) Buddh
  3. a Bodhi-sattva ib
  4. -vacas n. the proclamation of the captain of a and MBh

sārthavāhana

  1. ○vāhana m. the leader of a caravan Kathās

sārthasaṃcaya

  1. ○saṃcaya mfn. possessing great wealth or riches ib

sārthahan

  1. ○han mf(ghnī)n. 'caravan-destroyer', a robber who attacks a caravan MW

sārthahīna

  1. ○hīna mfn. left behind by a caravan R

sārtheśa

  1. sârthêśa m. = sârtha-pati HPariś

sārthaka

  1. sârthaka mfn. having meaning, significant, important RPrāt. Sāh
  2. serviceable, useful, advantageous BhP. Pañcar

sārthakatā

  1. ○tā f. (KāśīKh.),

sārthakatva

  1. ○tva n. (Sāh.) significance, importance
  2. the being adapted to any purpose, serviceableness MW

sārthaya

  1. sârthaya Nom. P. ○yati, to make a profit or gain out of anything Cat

sārthika

  1. sârthika mfn. travelling with a caravan
  2. m. a companion on a journey, merchant, trader MBh. BhP

sārthīkṛ

  1. sârthī-√kṛ P. -karoti = sârthaya above

sārdāgava

  1. sārdāgava m. (fr. sṛdāgu) N. of a preceptor Lāṭy

sārdra

  1. sârdra m. fn. wet, moist, damp MBh. Naish

sārdha

  1. sârdha mf(ā)n. joined wilh a half, plus one half. increased by one half. having a half over (e.g. dve śate sârdhe, 'two hundred together with a half', i.e. 250) Mn. MBh. &c. [Page 1210, Column]
  2. (ám), ind. jointly, together, along with, with (instr. or comp
  3. with ā-√dā, to take with one') ŚBr. &c. &c

sārdhaṃvihārin

  1. ○ṃ-vihārin mfn. dwelling together with a teacher Divyâv

sārdhavāruhika

  1. ○vāruhika mfn. lasting a year and a half. Kull. on Mn. xi 126

sārdhaśata

  1. ○śata n. 'hundred and a half', 150 MW

sārdhasaṃvatsara

  1. ○saṃvatsara n. a year and a half. ib

sārdhasaptan

  1. ○saptan n. seven and a half. Sūryas. Sch

sārdhacandra

  1. sârdha-candra (fr. sa + ardhac○) together with the moon's crescent Kum

sārdhamātra

  1. sârdha-mātra mfn. (fr. [sa+ardhamAtrA]) having a half Mātrā MW

sārpa

  1. sārpa mfn. (fr. sarpa, of which it is also the Vṛiddhi form in comp.) relating to snakes or serpents
  2. n. (with or scil. bha) N. of the Nakshatra Ārsha VarBṛS. R. &c

sārparāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr

sārparājña

  1. ○rājña mf(ī)n. belonging to or coming from Sarpa-rājñi (the serpent-queen) ŚrS
  2. (ī), f. N. of the authoress of RV. x, 189 ŚāṅkhBr
  3. pl. the verses attributed to Sarpa-rājñi ŚrS

sārpavidyika

  1. ○vidyika mfn. (fr. sarpa-vidyā) versed in ophiology or snake-science Pat

sarpya

  1. sarpya wṛ. for sārpa L

sārpākava

  1. sārpākava m. patr. fr. sṛpāku g. bidâdi

sārpākavāṇa

  1. sārpākavāṇa m. patr. fr. sārpākava g. haritâdi

sārpiṇikā

  1. sārpiṇikā f. (with paṅkti) Cat

sārpiṣa

  1. sārpiṣa mfn. (fr. sarpis) containing clarified butter, cooked with ghee L

sārpiṣka

  1. sārpiṣka mfn. id. L

sārya

  1. sārya See p. 1208, col. 1

sārva

  1. sārva mfn. (fr. sarva, of which it is also the Vṛiddhi form in comp.) relating to all, fit or good for all Śiś. xiv, 4 (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 10)
  2. general, universal ( See comp.)
  3. m. a Buddha or a Jina L

sārvaṃsaha

  1. ○ṃ-saha m. (fr. sarvaṃ-s○) a kind of salt L

sārvakarmika

  1. ○karmika mfn. (fr. sarva-karman) fit for all actions (cf. -kārmika below) L

sārvakāma

  1. ○kāma mfn. (fr. sarva-kāma) designed for one who wishes for all things ĀpŚr
  2. -samṛddha m. the sixth day in the Karma-māsa (prob. wṛ. for sarva-k○) IndSt

sārvakāmika

  1. ○kāmika mf(ī)n. (fr: id.) fulfilling all desires, gratifying every wish GṛŚrS. MBh. &c

sārvakāmya

  1. ○kāmya a. (fr. id.) fulfilment of every desire Jaim

sārvakārmika

  1. ○kārmika mfn. (cf. -karmika above) all-effective as a remedy against (gen.) Car

sārvakāla

  1. ○kāla mfn. (fr. sarva-k○ taking place at all times or seasons (as marriage) ĀśvGṛ

sārvakālika

  1. ○kālika mfn. (fr. id.) belonging to all times, suited to all seasons, everlasting Āpast. MBh. &c

sārvakālika

  1. ○kālika n. (fr. id.) occurrence at all times Gaṇar

sārvakeśya

  1. ○keśya mfn. coming or derived from Sarvakeśa, g. śaṇḍikâdi

sārvakratuka

  1. ○kratuka mfn. (fr. sarvakratu) relating to all sacrifices Lāṭy. Sch

sārvagaṇan

  1. ○gaṇan (vḷ. sarva-g○) salty soil L

sārvagāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. perhaps wṛ. for sarva-g○) entering into the Universal Soul Āpast

sārvaguṇika

  1. ○guṇika mfn. (fr. sarva-guṇa) enbued with every good quality or excellence MBh. Hariv

sārvacarmīṇa

  1. ○carmīṇa mfn. (= sarva-c○) wholly made of leather Pāṇ. 5-2, 5

sārvajanika

  1. ○janika mfn. (fr. sarvajana) relating or belonging or suited to all men, universal, public Pāṇ. 5-1, 9 Vārtt. 5 Pat,

sārvajanīna

  1. ○janīna mfn. (fr. id.) = prec. ib
  2. = sarva-jane sādhuḥ. g. pratijan7di

sārvajanya

  1. ○janya mfn. (fr. id.) general, universal VarBṛS

sārvajña

  1. ○jña mf(ī)n. (fr. sarva-jña) coming from or relating to one who is omniscient HPariś
  2. n. wṛ. for next

sārvajñya

  1. ○jñya n. omniscience Sarvad

sārvadhātuka

  1. ○dhātuka mfn. (fr. sarva-dhātu) applicable to the whole of a radical term or to the complete form of the verbal base (after the conjugational characteristics or Vikaraṇas are affixed in the four conj. or special tenses
  2. in Veda often confounded with the Ārdhadhātuhas, q.v.)
  3. n. N. of the verbal terminations of the four conj. tenses (Pr., Impf., Pot., and Impv.), and of all the √afixes (such as śānac and śatri) which have an indicatory J Pāṇ. 1-2, 4 ; iii, 4, 113 &c

sārvanāmika

  1. ○nāmika mfn. (fr. sarva-nāman) relating to a pronoun or pronominal Kāt

sārvanāmnya

  1. ○nāmnya n. (fr. id.) the being a name for everything Nir. vii, 4

sārvabhaṭṭabhaumācārya

  1. ○bhaṭṭa-bhaumâcārya m. N. of an author (prob.= sārva-bhauma-bhaṭṭâcārya) Cat

sārvabhautika

  1. ○bhautika mfn. (fr. sarva-bhūta) relating to all elements or beings, comprising all animated beings Mn. xii, 51

sārvabhaumā

  1. ○bhaumā́ mfn. (fr. sarva-bhūmi) relating to or consisting of or ruling over the whole earth, comprising the whole world, known throughout the world ŚBr. &c. &c. [Page 1210, Column]
  2. relating to all conditions of the mind Yogas. Sch
  3. m. an emperor, universal monarch AitBr. &c. &c
  4. N. of a son of Ahaṃ-yāti MBh
  5. of a son of Su-dharman Hariv
  6. of a son of Vidūratha Pur
  7. of various authors (also with bhaṭṭâcārya, and miśra) Cat
  8. of the elephant of Kubera (regent of the north) R. Vās
  9. (am), n. sovereignty over the whole earth, universal empire BhP
  10. -gṛha n. an imperial palace L
  11. -bhavana n. id., Śāntiś
  12. -vrata n. a partic. religious observance Cat
  13. -sarvasve rāma-sū7kta n. -siddhânta m. N. of wks

sārvabhaumika

  1. ○bhaumika mfn. = -bhauma, spread over the whole earth KāśīKh

sārvamedhika

  1. ○medhika mfn. relating to the Sarva-medha (q.v.) R

sārvayajñika

  1. ○yajñika mfn. (fr. sarvayajña) relating to sacrifices of every kind SāṅkhŚr

sārvayaugika

  1. ○yaugika mfn. (fr. sarva-yoga) useful in diseases of every kind Car

sārvarātrika

  1. ○rātrika mfn. (fr. sarva-rātra) lasting the whole night (as a lamp) MatsyaP

sārvarogika

  1. ○rogika or mfn. (fr. sarva-roga) re. lating to or useful in diseases of every kind Car. Cat

sārvaraugika

  1. ○raugika mfn. (fr. sarva-roga) re. lating to or useful in diseases of every kind Car. Cat

sārvalaukika

  1. ○laukika mf(ī)n. (fr. sarva-loka) prevailing throughout or common to the whole world, known by or permitted to every one, common, universal MBh. Kāv. &c

sārvavarṇika

  1. ○varṇika mfn. (fr. sarva-varṇa) of every kind or sort Mn. VarBṛS
  2. relating to every caste or tribe Gaut. MBh

sārvavarmika

  1. ○varmika mfn. composed or written by Sarva-varman Cat

sārvavidya

  1. ○vidya n. (fr. sarva-vidyā) omniscience, g. catur-varṇâdi

sārvavibhaktika

  1. ○vibhaktika mfn. (fr. sarva-vibhakti) applicable or belonging to all the cases of a noun &c. R. Sch

sārvavedasa

  1. ○vedasa mfn. (and vḷ. for sarva-s○) one who gives away all his wealth at a sacred rite Mn. xi, 1
  2. (am), n. a person's entire property
  3. -dakṣiṇa mfn. (a sacrifice) at which one's whole property is given away as a fee to Brāhmans Yājñ

sārvavedya

  1. ○vedya n. (fr. -sarva-veda) all the Vedas collectively, g. brāhmaṇâdi
  2. m. a Brāhman conversant with all the Vedas W

sārvavaidika

  1. ○vaidika mfn. (fr. id.) versed in all the Vedas Kauś

sārvasaṃsargalavaṇa

  1. ○saṃsarga-lavaṇa n. (vḷ. sarva-s○), salty soil L

sārvasaha

  1. ○saha vḷ. for sarvaṃ-s○, q.v

sārvasurabhi

  1. ○surabhi mfn. (or fr. sarva-s○) fragrant with all odours ĀpGṛ

sārvasūtra

  1. ○sūtra mfn. (fr. sarva-s○) consisting of threads of all colours ĀpŚr

sārvasena

  1. ○sena m. (fr. sarva-s○) a partic. Pañca-rātra ĀśvŚr
  2. (ī), f. patr. of Su-nanda (the wife of Bharata) MBh
  3. -yajña, (prob.) wṛ. for sarva-seniyajña Vait

sārvaseni

  1. ○sení m. (fr. id) patr. of Śauceya TS
  2. pl. N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi
  3. -yajña m. a partic. sacrifice ĀpŚr. Sch

sārvasenīya

  1. ○senīya m. a king of the Śārvasenis, g. dâmany-ādi

sārvasenya

  1. ○senya mfn. coming or derived from Sarva-sena, g. śaṇḍikâdi

sārvātmya

  1. sārvātmya n. (fr. sarvâtman) the being Universal Soul Saṃk. Sch

sārvāyuṣa

  1. sārvāyuṣa mfn. (fr. sarvâyus) possessing full vitality or vigour AitBr. ŚBr

sārṣapa

  1. sārṣapa mf(ī)n. (fr. sarṣapa) made of or derived from mustard, Kauś
  2. n. (wlth or scil. taila) mustard oil Suśr

sārṣṭa

  1. sârṣṭa mfn. (perhaps fr. 7. sa + ā + ṛṣṭa, √2. riṣ) of equal rank or condition ĀśvŚr

sārṣṭi

  1. sârṣṭi mfn. (prob. connected with ārṣa and riṣi and ṛṣva
  2. cf. ṛṣi) = prec. Pravar
  3. m. pl. N. of a Gotra ĀśvŚr
  4. = next BhP

sārṣṭitā

  1. ○tā f. equality in rank or condition or power (sometimes regarded as one of the grades of Mukti or beatitude
  2. cf. sālokya, col. 3) TBr. Up. &c

sārṣṭya

  1. sārṣṭya n. a partic. state of Mukti ( See above)

sāla

  1. sāla m. (often incorrectly written for 1. śāla) the Śāl tree
  2. a wall, fence &c
  3. for these and other meanings and compounds such as salagrāma &c., See 1. śāla
  4. (ā), f. See next

sālā

  1. sālā f. (generally written śālā) a house ( niḥsālá)

sālākarī

  1. ○karī f. a female captive won in battle W

sālāvṛtika

  1. ○vṛtiká m. (in later language mostly śālā-vṛka) 'house-wolf (?)', a kind of wolf or hyena or jackal or similar animal RV. &c. &c

sālāvṛkīya

  1. ○vṛkīya wṛ. for next

sālāvikeya

  1. ○vikeyá m. the young of a wolf or hyena &c. MaitrS. PañcavBr. KaushUp

sāla

  1. sāla m. N. of a king Rājat

sālacandra

  1. ○candra m. N. of a prince Buddh

salendrarāja

  1. salêndra-rāja m. N. of a man Lalit

sālaka

  1. sâlaka mfn. adorned with locks (of hair) Kāvyâd

sālaki

  1. sālaki m. N. of a Muni Cat. [Page 1210, Column]

sālaktaka

  1. sâlaktaka mfn. dyed with lac Kathās

sālakṣaṇya

  1. sālakṣaṇya n. (fr. sa-lakṣaṇa) sameness of characteristics or attributes Sarvad

sālaga

  1. sālaga m. (in music) a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt

sālagasūḍaka

  1. ○sūḍaka m.plṆ. of partic. measures ib

sūḍanṛtya

  1. sūḍa-nṛtya n. a kind of dance ib

sālagrāma

  1. sāla-grāma sālaṅka &c. See śāl○, p. 1067, cols. 1 and 3

sālaṃkāra

  1. sâlaṃkāra mf(ā)n. having ornaments or decorations, decorated, adorned Śrutab

sālana

  1. sālana See śālana, p. 1067, col. 2

sālaniryāsa

  1. sāla-niryāsa sāla-pattrā &c. See śāl○, p. 1067, col. 2

sālabala

  1. sālabala (?), N. of a place, Buddb

sālamba

  1. sâlamba mfn. having anything a, as support (comp.) Kathās

sālambana

  1. sâlambana mfn. belonging to or connected with a partic. mental exercise ( See ār○)

sālavana

  1. sāla-vana See bhadra-s○

sālavāhana

  1. sālavāhana or sālivāhana, v. l. for s, sātav○ and, śālav○, Sin1hâs

sālasa

  1. sâlasa mfn. having languor, languid, tired, indolent, lazy Ṛitus

sālā

  1. sālā f. See 1. sāla, col. 2

sālāturīya

  1. sālāturīya See śāl○, p. 1067

sālikā

  1. sālikā f. a flute L

sāleyikā

  1. sāleyikā or f. id. L

sāleyī

  1. sāleyī f. id. L

sāliṅgya

  1. sāliṅgya n. (fr. sa-liṅga) sameness of characteristics ĀpŚr. Sch

sālimañjari

  1. sāli-mañjari See śāl○, p. 1068

sālivāhana

  1. sālivāhana See sālav○ above

sālūra

  1. sālūra sāleya, See śāl○ p. 1068

sālokya

  1. sālokya n. (fr. sa-loka) the being in the same sphere or world, residence in the same heaven with (instr. with saha, or gen., or comp
  2. this is one of the four stages of beatitude) MBh. Hariv. Pur. &c

sālokyatā

  1. ○tā f. id. MBh

sālokyādicatuṣṭaya

  1. sālokyâdi-catuṣṭaya n. the four (stages of beatitude), viz. Salokya &c. (the others beings sāmīpya, sārūpya, and sāyujya
  2. See also sârṣṭi) RTL. 41

sālopa

  1. sālopa mfn. (?for sa-l○, or = sâl○) having a bit or morsel (said of the mouth) Buddh

sālohita

  1. sālohita m. (= sa-l○) a person related by blood, kinsman Divyâv

sālva

  1. sālva sālvaṇa &c. See śālva, p. 1068

sālha

  1. sālha m. N. of a man Buddh

sālhaṇa

  1. sālhaṇa mfn. belonging or peculiar to Sālhaṇi ( next) Rājat

sālhaṇi

  1. sālhaṇi m. patr. fr. salhaṇa ib

sāḻhṛ

  1. sāḻhṛ See p. 1193, col. 2

sāva

  1. sāvá m. (fr. √3. su) a Soma libation (cf. prātaḥ- and sahasra-s○) RV

sāvana

  1. sāvana mfn. (fr. 1. savana, p. : 190) relating to or determining the three daily Soma libations, i.e. corresponding to the solar time (day, month, year) VarBṛS. Sch
  2. m. an institutor of a sacrifice or employer of priests at a sacrifice (= yajamāna) L
  3. the conclusion of a sacrifice or the ceremonies by which it is terminated L
  4. N. of Varuṇa L
  5. n. scil. (māna) the correct solar time Nidānas

sāvika

  1. sāvika mfn. (fr. 1. sava) relating to the extraction of Soma Vait

sāvin

  1. sāvin mfn. preparing Soma ( See manyu-ṣāvin)
  2. m. a kind of Mahā-purusha (v. l. sāmin) VarBṛS
  3. (inī), f. a river Naish

sāvya

  1. sāvya m. (for a. See s.v.) in sahasra-s○ (q.v.)

sāva‹sirole

  1. sāva‹sirole N. of a district Inscr

sāvaka

  1. sāvaka mf(ikā)n. (fr. √2. su or 2. sū) one who has brought forth a child Yājñ. Sch
  2. generative, productive W
  3. parturient ib
  4. (ikā), f. a midwife ib
  5. m. the young of an animal (or for śāvaka) MW. [Page 1211, Column]

sāvaka

  1. sā́vaka mf(ā)n. grown or covered over with the plant Blyxa Octandra, Lāṭy

sāvakāśa

  1. sā́vakāśa mf(ā)n. having an opportunity, applicable (-tva, n.) Pat. Śaṃk. Āp. Sch
  2. (am), ind. leisurely MW

sāvagraha

  1. sā́vagraha mfn. having an obstacle, having restraint, restrained, limited Śaṃk
  2. (in gram.) having the mark of separation or elision called Avagraha (q.v.), being separated into its component parts or analyzed (as a word in the Pada-pāṭha q.v.) VPrāt
  3. withholding (its water, as a cloud) Subh

sāvacāraṇa

  1. sâvacāraṇa mfn. together with the application Suśr

sāvajña

  1. sā́vajña mfn. feeling contempt, despising, disdainful of (loc.) Kathās
  2. (am), ind. contemptuously, disdainfully R. Sāh

sāvadānam

  1. sā́vadānam ind. (cf. 2. avadāna) with interruption (?) Buddh

sāvadya

  1. sā́vadya mfn. liable to blame or censure, objectionable MBh
  2. n. anything blamable or objectionable HPariś
  3. (scil. aiśvarya) one of the three kinds of power attainable by an ascetic (the other two being nir-avadya and sūkṣma) Cat

sāvadhāna

  1. sā́vadhāna mf(ā)n. having attention, attentive, heedful, careful Bhartṛ. HPariś
  2. intent upon doing anything (inf.) Uttamac
  3. (am), ind. attentively, cautiously Śak

sāvadhānatā

  1. ○tā f. attention, carefulness Pañcat

sāvadhānasāhitya

  1. ○sāhitya n. N. of wk

sāvadhānaya

  1. sâvadhānaya Nom. P. ○yati, to make careful, put on one's guard KāśīKh. Sch

sāvadhānī

  1. sâvadhānī in comp. for sâvadhāna

sāvadhānīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. -karoti, to make attentive or careful, caution MW

sāvadhānīkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. cautioned, apprized, made aware ib

sāvadhānībhū

  1. ○√bhū P. -bhavati, to be attentive or careful Cat

sāvadhāraṇa

  1. sā́vadhāraṇa mfn. having a limitation or restriction, limited, restricted Kād

sāvadhi

  1. sā́vadhi mfn. having a boundary or limit, defined, circumscribed Kathās

sāvantamiśra

  1. sāvanta-miśra m. N. of a man Cat

sāvamarda

  1. sā́vamarda mfn. painful or disagreeable or contradictory (as speech) R

sāvamāna

  1. sā́vamāna mfn. accompanied with contempt or disdain Bhartṛ

sāvayava

  1. sā́vayava mfn. having parts, composed of parts (in the Vaiśeshika phil. said of all things except the eternal substances)

sāvayavatva

  1. ○tva n. the being composed of parts, Saṃk. Sarvad

sāvayavikṛ

  1. sâvayavi-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make into parts, divide into portions Pañcar

sāvayasa

  1. sāvayasá m. (prob. fr. sa-vayasa) patr. of Ashāḍha ŚBr

sāvara

  1. sā́vara mfn. together with the afterbirth ŚBr

sāvara

  1. sāvara ○raka. See śābara, p. 1065

sāvaraṇa

  1. sā́varaṇa mfn. barred, bolted, locked up Ragh
  2. concealed, secret, clandestine ib

sāvaraṇasadāśivapūjāvidhi

  1. ○sadāśiva-pūjā-vidhi m. N. of wk

sāvaroha

  1. sā́varoha mfn. having shoots or roots sent down by the branches Hariv

sāvarṇa

  1. sāvarṇa mfn. (fr. sa-varṇa) relating or belonging to one of the same colour or tribe or caste MW
  2. mṆ. of a Ṛishi VS. MBh
  3. of the eighth Manu (cf. sāvarṇi) Hariv. MārkP
  4. of the Saṃhitā traced back to Sāvarṇi (cf. under sāvarṇaka)

sāvarṇalakṣya

  1. ○lakṣya n. 'mark of sameness of colour or caste', the skin L

sāvarṇaka

  1. sāvarṇaka m. N. of a Manu MārkP
  2. (ikā), f. N. of a partic. Saṃhitā Cat

sāvarṇi

  1. sā́varṇi m. N. of a Ṛishi RV
  2. metron, of the eighth Manu (son of the Śun by Su-varṇā, q.v., and therefore younger brother of the seventh Manu or Vaivasvata
  3. the succeeding Manus to the twelfth, or accord. to other authorities to the fourteenth inclusive, are all called Sāvarṇ
  4. cf. dakṣa-, brahma-, dharma-s○) Hariv. MārkP

sāvarṇika

  1. sāvarṇika mf(ī)n. belonging to the same tribe or caste MārkP
  2. belonging to Manu Sāvarṇa, or Sāvarṇi Hariv. [Page 1211, Column]
  3. (ā), f. N. of a village (printed sābarṇ○) Rājat

sāvarṇya

  1. sāvarṇyá mfn. relating to Manu Sāvarṇa or Sāvarṇi Cat
  2. m. Patr. fr. sa-varṇa RV
  3. the eighth Manu (= sāvarṇi) MW
  4. n. identity of colour Suśr
  5. identity of caste or class W
  6. homogeneousness (of sounds) Pāṇ. 1-1, 69 Sch
  7. the Manv-antara presided over by the eighth Manu MW

sāvalamba

  1. sā́valamba mfn. having a support or prop, supported, leaning for support (on the arm of another) Ragh

sāvalepa

  1. sā́valepa mfn. having pride, proud, haughty (am ind.) Daś. Kāvyâd

sāvaśeṣa

  1. sā́vaśeṣa mf(ā)n. having a remainder, incomplete, unfinished MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. left, remaining ( See comp.)
  3. n. a remainder, residue MārkP

sāvaśeṣajīvita

  1. ○jīvita mfn. one whose life is not yet finished, having yet time to live Pañcat

sāvaśeṣabandhana

  1. ○bandhana mfn. having bonds still remaining, still bound ib

sāvaṣṭambha

  1. sâvaṣṭambha mfn. possessing resolution, resolute, self-dependent, self-reliant, resolute (am ind.) Kāv. Kathās
  2. n. (scil. vāstu) a house with an open side-gallery VarBṛS

sāvasa

  1. sâvasá mfn. supplied with provisions ŚBr

sāvahita

  1. sâvahita mfn. giving attention, attentive Uttamac

sāvahelam

  1. sâvahelam mfn. disdainful, contemptuous, careless (am ind. 'carelessly, quite easily') Kathās. Rājat

sāvika

  1. sāvika See p. 1210, col. 3

sāvitra

  1. sāvitrá mf(ī́)n. (fr. savitṛ) relating or belonging to the sun, derived or descended from the sun, belonging to the solar dynasty TS. VS. KātyŚr. MBh. Hariv
  2. relating to Sāvitra i.e. Karṇa MBh
  3. accompanied or effected by the Sāvitri verse (cf. below) BhP
  4. m. a partic. Agni TBr
  5. a partic. kind of ladleful (cf. graha) TS. ŚBr
  6. (scil. homa) a partic. oblation Mn. iv, 150
  7. (scil. kalpa) N. of the 10th Kalpa (q.v.) VP
  8. a Brāhman (accord. to some 'a Gṛiha-stha who possesses corn in a granary) L
  9. an embryo or fetus L
  10. the sun L
  11. a son or descendant of Savitṛi (applied to Karṇa, Candrā-ketu, Śiva, one of the Vasus, one of the Maruts, and one of the Rudras) MBh. R. Hariv
  12. N. of one of the peaks of Meru VP
  13. (ī), f. See below
  14. (am), n. (scil. havis) a partic. oblation TS. ŚBr. &c
  15. initiation into membership of the twiceborn classes by reciting the Sāvitri verse and investing with the sacred thread BhP
  16. the sacred thread (= yajñôpaviita) L
  17. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr
  18. of a Pariśishṭa of the Yajur-veda
  19. of a partic. Muhūrta (q.v.) Cat
  20. of the Nakshatra Hasta (presided over by Savitṛi) MBh
  21. of a forest MārkP

sāvitragrahahoma

  1. ○graha-homa m. N. of a partic. oblation Vait

sāvitracayana

  1. ○cayana n. 'arranging or preparing the Agni called Sāvitra', N. of -paddhati f. -prayoga, mṆ. of wks

sāvitraciti

  1. ○citi f. = -cayana, IndSt

sāvitravat

  1. ○vat (○trá-), mfn. connected with verses addressed to Savitṛi TS

sāvitrāgniprayoga

  1. sāvitrâgni-prayoga m

sāvitrādikāṭhakacayana

  1. sāvitrâdi-kāṭhaka-cayana n

sāvitrādiprayogavṛtti

  1. sāvitrâdi-prayoga-vṛtti f. N. of wks

sāvitri

  1. sāvitri f. (m. c.) = -sāvitrī, a partic. verse (cf. below) MBh

sāvitrikā

  1. sāvitrikā f. a partic. Śakti Hcat

sāvitrī

  1. sāvitrī́ f. a verse or prayer addressed to Savitṛi or the Sun (esp. the celebrated verse RV. iii, 62, 10
  2. also called gāyatrī, q.v.) AitBr. &c. &c
  3. initiation as a member of the three twice-born classes by reciting the above verse and investing with the sacred thread (cf. under sāvitrá, and upa-nayana) Gaut. Mn. MBh. &c
  4. a partic. form of the Gāyatrī metre Ked
  5. N. of Sūryā or a daughter of Savitṛi AV. Br. MBh. &c
  6. N. of the wife of Brahmā (sometimes regarded as the above verse deified or as the mystical mother of the three twice-born classes, or as the daughter of Savitṛi by his wife Pṛiśni) MBh. Kathās. &c
  7. of a wife of Śiva L
  8. of a manifestation of Prakṛiti Cat
  9. of the wife of Satya-vat (king of Śālva
  10. she was daughter of Aśva-pati, king of Madra, and is regarded as a type of conjugal love
  11. her story is the subject of a fine episode of the Mahā-bhārata
  12. See sāvitryupâkhyāna) MBh. R. BhP
  13. of the wife of Dharma (daughter of Daksha) VP
  14. of the wife of Kaśyapa Cat
  15. of the wife of Bhoja (king of Dhārā) ib. [Page 1211, Column]
  16. of a daughter of Ashṭāvakra Kathās
  17. of the Yamunā river Bālar
  18. of the Sarasvatī R
  19. of another river BhP
  20. a ray of light, solar ray W
  21. the ring-finger L

sāvitrītīrtha

  1. ○tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat

sāvitrīpeñjara

  1. ○peñjara n. N. of wk. (cf. gāyatrī-p○)

sāvitrīpatita

  1. ○patita mfn. 'fallen from or deprived of the Sāvitrī', not invested with the sacred thread at the proper time Yājñ. i, 38

sāvitrīpariṇaya

  1. ○pariṇaya m. N. of a Kāvya by Varadâcārya

sāvitrīparibhraṣṭa

  1. ○paribhraṣṭa mfn. = -patita Mn. x, 20

sāvitrīputra

  1. ○putra m. pl. N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi

sāvitrīputrīya

  1. ○putrīya m. a king of the Sāvitri-putras ib

sāvitrībhāṣya

  1. ○bhāṣya n. N. of wk

sāvitrīmahānāmya

  1. ○mahānāmya (?), the ceremony of investiture with recital of the Sāvitrī MW

sāvitrīvrata

  1. ○vrata or n. a partic. fast (kept by women on the fifth day of the second half of Vaiśākha, or of the dark half of Jyaishṭha, to preserve them from widowhood) Hariv

sāvitrīvrataka

  1. ○vrataka n. a partic. fast (kept by women on the fifth day of the second half of Vaiśākha, or of the dark half of Jyaishṭha, to preserve them from widowhood) Hariv
  2. ○ta-kathānaka n. ○ta-pūjā-kathā f. ○tôdyāpana n. N. of wks

sāvitrīsūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. the sacred thread (= yajñôpaviita) L

sāvitrīka

  1. sāvitrīka See patita-s○

sāvitreya

  1. sāvitreya m. N. of Yama. L

sāvitry

  1. sāvitry in comp. for sāvitri

sāvitryavarajā

  1. ○avarajā f. the younger daughter of Sāvitrī MW

sāvitryupaniṣad

  1. ○upaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad

sāvitryupākhyāna

  1. ○upâkhyāna n. the story of Sāvitrī (MBh. iii, ch. 292-299
  2. above.)

sāvin

  1. sāvin See p. 1210, col. 3

sāviṣkāra

  1. sâviṣkāra mfn. having manifestation, manifest W
  2. making an exhibition of any power or talent, proud, haughty, arrogant ib

sāvegam

  1. sâvegam ind. with excitement or agitation Mṛicch. Śak

sāvetasa

  1. sāvetasa m. a patr. ĀśvŚr. Inscr

sāverī

  1. sāverī f. (in music) a partic. Rāgiṇi Saṃgīt

sāvya

  1. sāvya mfn. (for 1. See p. 1210, col. 3) composed by Savya ŚāṅkhŚr

sāśaṃsa

  1. sâśaṃsa mfn. having desire, desirous, hopeful (am ind. 'wishfully', 'hopefully') Mṛicch. Kālid. Kir

sāśaṅka

  1. sâśaṅka mf(ā)n. having fear or anxiety, apprehensive, afraid of (loc
  2. am ind. 'apprehensively') MBh. Kāv. &c

sāśaṅkatā

  1. ○tā f. the state of being afraid or apprehensive, fear, terror MW

sāśana

  1. sâśana mfn. having food ( See next)

sāśanānaśana

  1. sâśanânaśaná n. du. having and not having food, that which eats and does not eat, earthly and heavenly beings RV

sāśanāra

  1. sāśanāra m. N. of a partic. Agrahāra or royal grant to Brāhmans MW

sāśayandaka

  1. sāśayandaka (?), m. a small house-lizard (= jyeṣṭhī) L

sāśikya

  1. sāśikya N. of a people or country (cf. śāśika) Daś

sāśira

  1. sâśira mfn. (fr. 7. [sa+Azira] = āśir) with admixture, mixed TS. ŚBr

sāśīti

  1. sâśīti mfn. with eighty, increased by eighty, plus eighty Yājñ

sāśīrka

  1. sâśīrka mfn. containing a prayer or blessing TS. (a more correct form would be sâśīṣka, but cf. an-āśīrka)

sāśūka

  1. sāśūka m. a blanket (= kambala) L

sāścarya

  1. sâścarya mfn. astonished, surprised by (comp.) Kathās
  2. wonderful, marvellous, astonishing Bhartṛ
  3. (am), ind. with astonishment or surprise Hit

sāścaryakautuka

  1. ○kautuka mfn. astonished and curious Kathās

sāścaryacarya

  1. ○carya mfn. of wonderful conduct Bhartṛ. Rājat

sāścaryamaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī)n. wonderful, full of marvels MW

sāśmavarṣin

  1. sāśma-varṣin mfn. accompanied by a shower of stones BhP

sāśra

  1. sâśra mfn. (fr. 7. sa + 1. aśra) having angles or corners, angular MW

sāśra

  1. sâśra mfn. (fr. 7. sa + 2. aśra
  2. more correctly written sâsra) tearful, weeping KāśīKh

sāśru

  1. sâśru mfn. accompanied by tears, tearful, shedding tears (u, ind.) MBh. Kāv. &c

sāśrudhī

  1. ○dhī f. 'having a sad heart', a mother-in-law L. [Page 1212, Column]

sāśrunayana

  1. ○nayana or mfn. having tearful eyes MBh

sāśrulocana

  1. ○locana mfn. having tearful eyes MBh

sāśva

  1. sâśva mfn. with horses, possessing horses KātyŚr
  2. N. of a king MBh

sāśvamedha

  1. sâśva-medha mfn. together with a horse-sacrifice Vait

sāṣīrājan

  1. sāṣī-rājan m. pl. N. of partic. kings Pañcad

sāṣṭa

  1. sâṣṭa mfn. with eight, increased by eight, plus eight (with śata n. = 108) L

sāṣṭaṅga

  1. sâṣṭaṅga mfn. performed with eight limbs or members (as a reverential prostration of the body so as to touch the ground with the hands, breast, forehead, knees, and feet) Prab
  2. (am), ind. with the above prostration (with pra-√nam 'to make the above reverential prostration') Hit

sāṣṭaṅgapātam

  1. ○pātam ind. making the above prostration ib

sāṣṭrika

  1. sâṣṭrika wṛ. for sôṣṭ○ MBh

sāṣṭhī

  1. sāṣṭhī f. the small Banana L

sāsa

  1. sâsa m. (√2. as) and bow MW

sāsakarṇi

  1. sāsakarṇi wṛ. for śāś○ Saṃskārak

sāsadyamāna

  1. sāsadyamāna pr.p. Ā. of √sad

sāsandīka

  1. sâsandīka mfn. ( See āsandī) together with a chair or stool KātyŚr

sāsava

  1. sâsava mfn. having spirituous liquor, filled with spirituous liquor, Śāntiś

sāsahi

  1. sāsahi sāsahvas, See p. 1193

sāsāra

  1. sâsāra mf(ā)n. having showers, rainy R

sāsi

  1. sâsi mfn. having a sword, armed with a sword MW

sāsipāṇi

  1. ○pāṇi (Śiś.) and mfn. sword in hand

sāsihasta

  1. ○hasta (R.), mfn. sword in hand

sāsu

  1. sā́su mfn. having life, living BhP

sāsusū

  1. sâsusū mfn. ( See asusū). having arrows Kir. xv, 5

sāsūya

  1. sā́sūya mfn. having envy, envious, disdainful, scornful, angry at or with (prati) Kāv. Kathās

sāstaraṇa

  1. sâstaraṇa mf(ā)n. together with a carpet or rug, Lāṭy

sāsthi

  1. sâsthi mfn. having bones (said of any animal), comp

sāsthitāmrārdha

  1. ○tāmrârdha n. a kind of amalgam of zinc and copper, bell-metal (= kāṃsya) L

sāsthivadha

  1. ○vadha m. the killing of any animal having bones Yājñ. iii, 275

sāsthisvānam

  1. ○svānam ind. with the cracking sound of bones Śiś

sāsnā

  1. sāsnā f. the dewlap of an ox MaitrS. Śiś

sāsnādimat

  1. ○"ṣdi-mat (sāsnâd○), mfn. having a dewlap &c. Sāh

[[]]

  1. sāsnālāṅgūlakakudakhuraviṣāṇin3sāsnā--lāṅgūla-kakuda-khura-viṣāṇin mfn. having a dewlap (and) tail (and) hump (and) claws (and) horns Pat

sāsnāvat

  1. ○vat mfn. having a dewlap Kaṇ

sāsra

  1. sâsra mfn. (more correctly 1. sâśra, q.v.) having angles or corners MW

sāsra

  1. sâsra mfn. (cf. 2. sâśra) tearful, weeping, in tears (am, ind.) Kāv. Kathās

sāsrava

  1. sâsrava mfn. (with Jainas) connected with the act called āsrava (q.v.) L

sāsvādana

  1. sâsvādana n. (scil. sthāna
  2. with Jainas) N. of the second of the 14 stages towards supreme bliss Cat

sāh

  1. sāh See 2. sah, p. 1193, col. 1

sāha

  1. sāha mfn. (fr. √sah) powerful, mighty RV
  2. (also ṣāha ifc.) resisting, conquering, subduing MBh

sāhya

  1. sāhya n. conquering, overthrowing, victory ( abhimāti-, nṛ-, and pṛtanā-ṣāhya)
  2. aid, assistance (often vḷ. sahya
  3. with √kṛ or dā, 'to give assistance') MBh. R. &c
  4. conjunction, society, fellowship (in this meaning perhaps fr. saha or contracted from sāhāyya) L

sāhyakara

  1. ○kara mfn. rendering assistance R

sāhyakṛt

  1. ○kṛt mfn. a companion, associate W

sāha

  1. sāha m. = ?, ( See pradīpa- and madhukara-s○)

sāhi

  1. sāhi m. = prec. ( See candra-, prema-s○ &c.)

sāhideva

  1. ○deva and m. N. of kings Cat. [Page 1212, Column]

sāhisujā

  1. ○sujā m. N. of kings Cat. [Page 1212, Column]

sāhakāyana

  1. sāhakāyana mfn. (fr. sahaka, v. l. for siṃhaka), g. pakṣâdi

sāhaṃkāra

  1. sâhaṃkāra mfn. having egotism or self-conceit, proud, arrogant Rājat. Kathās

sāhaṃkāratā

  1. ○tā f. self-conceit, arrogance Pañcad

sāhaṃkṛta

  1. sāhaṃkṛta mfn. self-conceited, proud, haughty Siṃhâs

sāhacara

  1. sāhacara mfn. (fr. saha-c○) belonging to the plant Saha-cara Suśr

sāhacarya

  1. sāhacarya n. companionship, fellowship, society, association with (instr. or comp.) Nir. Kāv. &c

sāhajika

  1. sāhajika mfn. (fr. saha-ja) innate, natural, Vṛishabhān
  2. m. N. of a man Rājat

sāhajit

  1. sāhajit m. vḷ. for sāhañji VP

sāhañja

  1. sāhañja m. N. of a king Hariv

sāhañjanī

  1. sāhañjanī f. N. of a town built by Sāhañja ib

sāhañji

  1. sāhañji m. = sāhañja VP

sāhadeva

  1. sāhadeva m. patr. fr. saha-deva Pāṇ. 4-1, 114 Sch

sāhadevaka

  1. sāhadevaka m. a worshipper of Saha-deva Pāṇ. 4-3, 99 Sch

sāhadevi

  1. sāhadevi m. patr. fr. saha-deva MBh. Rājat

sāhadevya

  1. sāhadevyá m. patr. of Somaka RV

sāhana

  1. sāhana n. (fr. Caus. of √sah) the act of causing to bear
  2. sufferance, endurance W

sāhantya

  1. sāhantyá mfn. = sáhantya, conquering, powerful AV. TS

sāhaya

  1. sāhaya mfn. causing or enabling to bear Pāṇ. 3-1, 138

sāhasa

  1. sāhasa mfn. (fr. sahas) over-hasty, precipitate, rash, inconsiderate, foolhardy Hariv
  2. m. N. of Agni at the Pāka-yajña Gṛihyās
  3. m. n. punishment, fine (regarded as of three kinds, the highest being called Uttama
  4. half of that, Madhyama
  5. and half of that, Adhama) Mn. Yājñ. &c
  6. (am), n. (ifc. f. ā) boldness, daring, rashness, temerity, any precipitate or reckless act MBh. Kāv. &c
  7. overstraining Car
  8. violence, force, rapine, rape, robbery, felony, aggression, cruelty Gaut. Āpast. Nār
  9. adultery Nār
  10. hatred, enmity L

sāhasakaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. violence, force Daś

sāhasakarmatā

  1. ○karma-tā f. rashness, temerity Mṛicch

sāhasakārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. acting inconsiderately or rashly, Ratnâv

sāhasalāñchana

  1. ○lāñchana m. N. of a man (cf. sāhasâṅka) Vcar

sāhasavat

  1. ○vat mfn. inconsiderate, rash, foolhardy VarBṛS

sāhasāṅka

  1. sāhasâṅka m. 'marked or characterized by daring', N. of king Vikramâditya Pañcad
  2. of a poet (mentioned by Rāja-śekhara)
  3. of a lexicographer Cat
  4. -carita n. N. of wk
  5. ○kīya mfn. relating to Sāhasâṅka Cat

sāhasādhyavasāyin

  1. sāhasâdhyavasāyin mfn. acting with inconsiderate haste MW

sāhasaikarasika

  1. sāhasâika-rasika mfn. one whose only feeling or passion is cruelty, brutal, ferocious W

sāhasaikāntarasānuvartin

  1. sāhasâikânta-rasânuvartin mfn. one who follows or yields to the one passion of cruelty or rashness MW

sāhasopanyāsin

  1. sāhasôpanyāsin mfn. suggesting violent deeds Mālatīm

sāhasika

  1. sāhasika mf(ī)n. bold, daring, impetuous, rash, reckless, inconsiderate MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. using great force or violence, perpetrated with violence, cruel, brutal, ferocious, rapacious Mn. MBh
  3. overstraining or overworking one's self Car
  4. punitive, castigatory W
  5. m. a robber, freebooter ib
  6. N. of a cook Kathās

sāhasikatā

  1. ○tā f. cruelty, ferocity, impetuosity ib

sāhasikya

  1. sāhasikya n. rashness, foolhardiness, temerity Naish. Śiś
  2. violence, force Pāṇ. 1-3, 32

sāhasin

  1. sāhasin mfn. rash, precipitate, inconsiderate, foolhardy Kāv. Kathās
  2. cruel, violent, ferocious Nār

sāhasra

  1. sāhasrá mf(ī́, or ā) n. (fr. sahasra) relating or belonging to a thousand, consisting of or bought with or paid for a thousand, thousand fold, exceedingly numerous, infinite VS. &c. &c
  2. m. an army or detachment consisting of a thousand men W
  3. (pl.) N. of four Ekâhas at which a thousand (cows) are given as a fee ŚrS
  4. n. (ifc. f. ā) an aggregate of a thousand or of many thousand TBr. MBh. &c

sāhasracūḍika

  1. ○cūḍika m. (with loka-dhātu) N. of a partic. world Buddh

sāhasravat

  1. ○vat (○srá-), mfn. containing a thousand TS

sāhasravedhin

  1. ○vedhin mfn. = sahasra-v○ Kālac

sāhasraśas

  1. ○śas ind. by thousand ĀśvŚr

sāhasrādya

  1. sāhasrâdya m. a partic. Ekâha Vait

sāhasrānīka

  1. sāhasrānīka m. N. of a king (cf. sahasrân○) Buddh

sāhasrāntya

  1. sāhasrântya m. a partic. Ekâha Vait

sāhasraka

  1. sāhasraka mf(ikā)n. amounting to or containing a thousand Cat. [Page 1212, Column]
  2. n. the aggregate of a thousand Pañcar
  3. N. of a Tīrtha MBh

sāhasri

  1. sāhasri m. (prob.) a patr. Rājat

sāhasrika

  1. sāhasrika mfn. consisting of a thousand Hcat

sāhānusāhi

  1. sāhānusāhi m. N. of a king Pañcad

sāhāyaka

  1. sāhāyaka n. (fr. sahāya) assistance, aid, help Kāv. Kathās
  2. a number of associates or companions MW
  3. auxliary troops ib

sāhāya

  1. sāhāya wṛ. for sahāya

sāhāyya

  1. sāhāyya n. help, succour (○yyaṃ-√kṛ and √sthā, 'to give assistance') MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. friendship, fellowship, alliance W
  3. (in dram.) helping another in danger Sāh

sāhāyyakara

  1. ○kara mfn. giving assistance, helping Daś

sāhāyyadāna

  1. ○dāna n. the giving of aid or assistance ib

sāhāyyaka

  1. sāhāyyaka n. aid, assistance Daś

sāhi

  1. sāhi m. = 2. sāha ( See candra-, prema-, rāma-s○ &c.)

sāhitī

  1. sāhitī f. See below

sāhitya

  1. sāhitya n. (fr. sahita) association, connection, society, combination, union with (instr. or comp
  2. ena ind. 'in combination with, together with') Kām. Kap. KātyŚr. Sch
  3. agreement, harmony Prab
  4. literary or rhetorical composition, rhetoric, poetry Sāh. Cat

sāhityakaṇṭhoddhāra

  1. ○kaṇṭhôddhāra m

sāhityakalpadruma

  1. ○kalpadruma m

sāhityakalpapallavī

  1. ○kalpapallavī f

sāhityakauthūhala

  1. ○kauthūhala n

sāhityakaumudī

  1. ○kaumudī f

sāhityacandrikā

  1. ○candrikā f

sāhityacintāmaṇi

  1. ○cintāmaṇi m

sāhityacūḍāmani

  1. ○cūḍāmani m

sāhityataraṃgiṇī

  1. ○taraṃgiṇī f. N. of wks

sāhityadarpaṇa

  1. ○darpaṇa m. 'mirror of composition', N. of a treatise on literary or rhetorical composition by Viśvanātha-kavi-rāja (15th century AḌ.)

sāhityadīpikā

  1. ○dīpikā f

sāhityabodha

  1. ○bodha m

sāhityamīmāṃsā

  1. ○mīmāṃsā f

sāhityamuktāmaṇi

  1. ○muktāmaṇi m

sāhityaratnamālā

  1. ○ratnamālā f

sāhityaratnākara

  1. ○ratnâkara m

sāhityavicāra

  1. ○vicāra m. N. of wks

sāhityavidhyādhara

  1. ○vidhyādhara m. N. of Cāritra-vardhana Muni (author of a Comm. on the Naishadha-caritra) Cat

sāhityaśārṅgadhara

  1. ○śārṅgadhara m. (prob.) = śārṅgadharapaddhati

sāhityaśāstra

  1. ○śāstra n. a treatise on rhetoric or composition (or any work explaining the figures of rhetoric or giving rules for literary or poetical composition) MW

sāhityasaṃgraha

  1. ○saṃgraha m

sāhityasaraṇīvyākhyā

  1. ○saraṇī-vyākhyā f

sāhityasarvasva

  1. ○sarvasva n

sāhityasāmrājya

  1. ○sāmrājya n

sāhityasāra

  1. ○sāra m

sāhityasudhā

  1. ○sudhā f

sāhityasudhāsamudra

  1. ○sudhā-samudra m

sāhityasūkṣmasaraṇi

  1. ○sūkṣma-saraṇi f

sāhityasūcī

  1. ○sūcī f

sāhityahṛdayadarpaṇa

  1. ○hṛdaya-darpaṇa m. N. of wks

sāhitī

  1. sāhitī f. = sāhitya above Cat

sāhya

  1. sāhya See col. 1

sāhila

  1. sāhila m. N. of a poet Cat

sāhivīci

  1. sâhi-vīci mfn. having waves of serpents MW

sāhuḍiyāna

  1. sāhuḍi-yāna or sāhuḍī-pāla m. N. of Śūla-pāṇi Cat

sāhula

  1. sāhula (?), m. N. of a man Cat

sāhebrām

  1. sāheb-rām m. N. of the author of the Kāśmīra-rāja-vaṃśa (died before 1883) Cat

sāhna

  1. sâhná mfn. connected with a day, terminating with a day or lasting a day (opp. to 1. ahīna) Br
  2. m. = ekâha TS. TāṇḍBr. ĀpŚr

sāhnātirātra

  1. sâhnâtirātrá mfn. terminating with a day and exceeding a day AV

sāhnoka

  1. sāhnoka m. N. of a poet Cat

sāhlāda

  1. sâhlāda mfn. having joy or gladness, cheerful, glad (am ind. 'joyfully') Pañcat

sāhva

  1. sâhva mf(ā)n. having a name, named, called ( iṣu-, rathâṅga-s○ &c.)

sāhvaya

  1. sâhvaya mfn. = prec. ( See kāla-, gaja-s○ &c.)
  2. m. gambling with fighting animals, setting animals to fight for sport &c. (= sam-āhvaya) L

sāhvam

  1. sāhvam See viśva-s○, p. 994, col. 1

sāhvas

  1. sāhvas See p. 1193, col. 2

sāhvya

  1. sāhvya m. N. of a village Rājat

si

  1. si (cf. √1. sā), cl. 5. 9. P. Ā. (Dhātup. xxvii, 2 ; xxxi, 5) sinoti, sinute ; sinā́ti, sinite (really occurring only in pres. sinā́ti, impf. asinot ; pf. siṣāya RV. ; aor. [?] siṣet ib. ; asaiṣīt, aseṣṭa Gr. ; fut. setā ib. ; siṣyati MBh. ; seṣyati, ○te Gr. ; inf. sétave AV. ; setum Gr.), to bind, tie, fetter RV. AV. VS. PārGṛ. KaṭhUp.: Caus. sāyayati (aor. asīṣayat), Gr.: Desid. sisīṣati, ○te ib.: Intens. seṣīyate, seṣayīti, seṣeti ib. [Cf. Gk. ?, ? [Page 1213, Column] ; Lett. [1213,] sinu, 'to bind' ; Angl. Sax. sâl ; Germ. ṣeil.]

sita

  1. sitá mfn. (for 2. See below
  2. for 3. p. 1214, col. 2) bound, tied, fettered RV. &c. &c
  3. joined with, accompanied by (instr.) Prab. Rājat. BhP

sitaka

  1. sitaka mfn. g. ṛśyādi Pāṇ. 4-2, 80

siti

  1. siti f. (for 2. See p. 1214, col. 3) binding, fastening (in 1. prá-siti, p. 697, col. 3)

sina

  1. sina mfn. (for 2. See s.v.) stuck fist (as food in the throat) Pat. on Pāṇ. 8-2, 47 Vārtt. 4
  2. m. a bond, fetter L

si

  1. si ( See sāyaka, senā), to hurl, cast

sita

  1. sita See 2. prá-sita p. 697, col. 3

si

  1. si ind., g. câdi

siṃsapā

  1. siṃsapā See śiṃśapā, p. 1069, col. 3

siṃha

  1. siṃhá m. (ifc. f. ā
  2. prob. fr. √sah) 'the powerful one', a lion (also identified with ātman) RV. &c. &c
  3. the zodiacal sign Leo or its Lagna VarBṛS. MārkP
  4. a hero or eminent person (ifc. = 'chief or lord of', to express excellence of any kind
  5. cf. puruṣa-s○, rāja-s○, and the similar use of ṛṣabha, vyāghra &c
  6. sometimes also = 'prince, king', e.g. nāga-pura-s○, the king of Nāga-pura
  7. cf. siṃhadvār and siṃhâsana) MBh. Kāv. &c
  8. a partic. form of temple VarBṛS
  9. a partic. place prepared for the building of a house Jyot
  10. a Moringa with red flowers (= rakta-śigru) L
  11. (in music) a kind of tune Saṃgīt
  12. the symbol or emblem of the 24th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī MW
  13. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP
  14. of a king of the Vidyā-dharas Kathās
  15. of a king (the father of Sāhi-deva) Cat
  16. of the Veṅkata mountain L
  17. (with ācārya) of an astronomer VarBṛS. Sch
  18. of various other persons Buddh. Rājat
  19. a partic. mythical bird R
  20. (ā), f. a partic. grass or plant (= nāḍī) L
  21. (ī), f. See below

siṃhakarṇa

  1. ○karṇa (prob. m.) N. of a place, g. takṣaśilâdi
  2. (ī), f. a partic. position of the right hand in shooting an arrow ŚārṅgP

siṃhakarman

  1. ○karman mfn. acting like a lion, achieving lion-like deeds Viddh

siṃhakalpā

  1. ○kalpā f. N. of a (prob. imaginary) town Divyâv

siṃhakāraka

  1. ○kāraka m. a creator of lions Pañcat

siṃhaketu

  1. ○ketu m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Lalit
  2. of another man ib

siṃhakeli

  1. ○keli m. N. of a celebrated Bodhi-sattva (= Mañju-śrī) L

siṃhakesara

  1. ○kesara (less correctly -keś○), m. a lion's mane W
  2. Mimusops Elengi L
  3. a kind of sweetmeat Śīl

siṃhakesarin

  1. ○kesarin (less correctly -keśar○), m. N. of a king Buddh

siṃhakośa

  1. ○kośa m. N. of a king ib

siṃhaga

  1. ○ga m. 'going like a lion', N. of Śiva MBh

siṃhagāminī

  1. ○gāminī f. N. of a Gandharva maiden Kāraṇḍ

siṃhagiri

  1. ○giri m. (with Jainas) N. of a Sthavira HPariś
  2. ○rī7śvara m. N. of a teacher W

siṃhagupta

  1. ○gupta m. N. of a king Kathās
  2. of the father of Vāg-bhaṭa Cat. (v. l. saṃgha-g○)

siṃhagrīva

  1. ○grīva mfn. lion-necked MBh

siṃhaghoṣa

  1. ○ghoṣa m. N. of a Buddha Buddh
  2. of various other men Daś

siṃhacandra

  1. ○candra m. N. of various men MBh. Buddh
  2. (ā), f. N. of a woman Buddh

siṃhacarman

  1. ○carman n. a lion's skin ĀpŚr

siṃhajaṭi

  1. ○jaṭi m. N. of a king Buddh

siṃhatala

  1. ○tala m. the open hands joined L. (ct saṃha-t○)

siṃhatā

  1. ○tā f. the being a lion, leonine state MBh. Kathās

siṃhatāla

  1. ○tāla or m. = -tala L

siṃhatālākhya

  1. ○tāḍlâkhya m. = -tala L

siṃhatilakasūri

  1. ○tilaka-sūri m. N. of a Jaina author Cat

siṃhatuṇḍa

  1. ○tuṇḍa m. 'lion-faced', a kind of fish Mn. v, 16
  2. Euphorbia Ligularia Bhpr

siṃhatuṇḍaka

  1. ○tuṇḍaka m. a kind of fish (= -tuṇḍa) Yājñ

siṃhatva

  1. ○tva n. the state of a lion MBh. Ragh. &c

siṃhadaṃṣṭra

  1. ○daṃṣṭra mfn. lion-toothed R
  2. m. a kind of arrow ib
  3. m. N. of Śiva MW
  4. of an Asura Kathās
  5. of a king of the Śabaras ib

siṃhadatta

  1. ○datta m. 'lion-given', N. of an Asura ib
  2. of a poet Cat

siṃhadarpa

  1. ○darpa mfn. having a lion's pride MW

siṃhadeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of a king Rājat
  2. of an author Cat

siṃhadvār

  1. ○dvār f. a palace-gate Kathās

siṃhadvāra

  1. ○dvāra n. id. ib. Rājat
  2. a principal or chief gate, any gate or entrance W

siṃhadvīpa

  1. ○dvīpa m. N. of an island Buddh

siṃhadhvaja

  1. ○dhvaja m. N. of a Buddha ib

siṃhadhvani

  1. ○dhvani m. the roar of a lion W
  2. a sound like the roar of a lion MW
  3. a cry challenging to battle, war-cry Kum

siṃhanandana

  1. ○nandana m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt

siṃhanardin

  1. ○nardin mfn. roaring like a lion MW

siṃhanāda

  1. ○nāda m. a lion's roar R. Hariv. Kathās. &c
  2. a war-cry MBh. Kāv. &c
  3. a confident assertion Pañcat
  4. recital of the Buddhist doctrine Buddh
  5. a kind of bird VarBṛS
  6. a kind of metre Col
  7. (in music), a kind of time Saṃgīt
  8. N. of Śiva MBh
  9. of an Asura Kathās
  10. of a son of Rāvaṇa Bālar
  11. of a Śākya Buddh
  12. of a king of Malaya Mudr
  13. of the general of an army Vās., Introd
  14. of a Buddhist saint, Bnddh
  15. -guggulu m. a partic. mixture Bhpr. -nādin m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. [Page 1213, Column]
  16. -sādhana n. N. of wk

siṃhanādaka

  1. ○nādaka m. a lion's roar L
  2. a warcry W
  3. (ikā), f. Alhagi Maurorum L

siṃhanādin

  1. ○nādin m. N. of a Māra-putra Lalit

siṃhanṛpa

  1. ○nṛpa m. N. of a king Cat

siṃhaparākrama

  1. ○parākrama m. N. of a man Kathās

siṃhaparipṛcchā

  1. ○paripṛcchā f. N. of wk

siṃhaparṇikā

  1. ○parṇikā f. Phaseolus Trilobus L

siṃhaparṇī

  1. ○parṇī f. Justicia Ganderussa L

siṃhapippalī

  1. ○pippalī f. a kind of plant (= saiṃhalī) MW

siṃhapucchikā

  1. ○pucchikā f. Hemionitis Cordifolia L

siṃhapucchī

  1. ○pucchī f. id. ib
  2. Glycine Debilis ib

siṃhapura

  1. ○pura n. N. of a town (Singapur) MBh. Buddh. &c

siṃhapuraka

  1. ○puraka m. an inhabitant of that town VarBṛS

siṃhapuṣpī

  1. ○puṣpī f. Hemionitis Cordifolia L

siṃhapūrvārdhakāyatā

  1. ○pūrvârdha-kāya-tā f. having the forepart of the body like a lion (one of the 32 signs of perfection) Dharmas. 83

siṃhapragarjana

  1. ○pragarjana mfn. roaring like a lion MBh

siṃhapragarjita

  1. ○pragarjita n. the roaring of a lion MW

siṃhapraṇāda

  1. ○praṇāda m. a war-whoop R

siṃhapratīka

  1. ○pratīka (siṃhá-), mfn. having a lion's appearance AV

siṃhapradīpa

  1. ○pradīpa m. N. of wk

siṃhabala

  1. ○bala m. N. of a king Kathās
  2. -datta m. N. of a man Mudr

siṃhabāhu

  1. ○bāhu m. N. of the father of Vijaya (the founder of the first Buddhist dynasty in Ceylon) Buddh

siṃhabhaṭa

  1. ○bhaṭa m. N. of an Asura Kathās

siṃhabhadra

  1. ○bhadra m. N. of a teacher Buddh

siṃhabhūpāla

  1. ○bhūpāla m. N. of an author Cat

siṃhabhūbhṛt

  1. ○bhūbhṛt m. N. of a king Rājat

siṃhamati

  1. ○mati m. N. of a Māra-putra Lalit

siṃhamala

  1. ○mala n. a kind of brass (= pañca-loha) L

siṃhamalla

  1. ○malla m. N. of an author Cat

siṃhamahīpati

  1. ○mahīpati m. N. of a king Rājat
  2. of an author Cat

siṃhamāyā

  1. ○māyā f. an illusory form shaped like a lion Hariv

siṃhamukha

  1. ○mukha mfn. lion-faced
  2. m. N. of one of Śiva's attendants Hariv
  3. of a scholar Buddh
  4. (ī), f. Glycine Debilis L
  5. Gendarussa Vulgaris ib

siṃhayānā

  1. ○yānā f. 'having a car drawn by lions', N. of Durgā L

siṃharatha

  1. ○ratha mf(ā)n. having a car drṭdrawn by lion L
  2. m. N. of a man Rājat
  3. (ā), f. N. of Durgā Hariv

siṃharava

  1. ○rava m. a lion's roar Kāv
  2. a war.cry MBh

siṃharaśmi

  1. ○raśmi (?), m. N. of a man Buddh

siṃharāj

  1. ○rāj m. N. of a grammarian MS

siṃharāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of a king Rājat
  2. of a grammarian MS

siṃharotsikā

  1. ○rotsikā (?), f. N. of a village Rājat

siṃharṣabha

  1. ○rṣabha (○ha + ṛṣ○), m. a noble lion R

siṃhalagna

  1. ○lagna n. the Lagna (q.v.) of the sign Leo MW

siṃhalamba

  1. ○lamba m. N. of a place Cat

siṃhalīla

  1. ○līla m. (in music) a kind of time Saṃgīt
  2. a partic. kind of sexual union L

siṃhaloman

  1. ○lomán n. a lion's hair ŚBr

siṃhavaktra

  1. ○vaktra m. N. of a Rākshasa R
  2. n. a lion's face Cat
  3. N. of a town Buddh. (wṛ. -vakta)

siṃhavatsa

  1. ○vatsa m. N. of a serpent-demon ib

siṃhavarman

  1. ○varman m. N. of a man Inscr. Kathās. Daś

siṃhavāha

  1. ○vāha mfn. riding on a lion BhP

siṃhavāhana

  1. ○vāhana mfn. id
  2. m. N. of Śiva MBh
  3. (ā), f. N. of Durgā L

siṃhavāhin

  1. ○vāhin mfn. = -vāha
  2. (inī), f. N. of Durgā DevibhP

siṃhavikrama

  1. ○vikrama m. a horse L
  2. (in music) a kind of time Saṃgīt
  3. N. of Candra-gupta Inscr
  4. of a king of the Vidyā-dharas Kathās
  5. of a thief ib
  6. = vikrama-siṃha MW

siṃhavikrānta

  1. ○vikrānta mfn. valiant as a lion MBh
  2. m. a horse L
  3. n. a lion's gait Buddh
  4. a kind of metre Col
  5. -gati or -gāmin mfn. having a lion's gait MW
  6. -gāmi-tā f. the having such a gait (one of the 80 minor marks of a Buddha) Dharmas. 84

siṃhavikrīḍita

  1. ○vikrīḍita m. (in music) a kind of time Saṃgīt
  2. a kind of Samādhi Dharmas. 136
  3. N. of a Bodhi-sattva ib
  4. n. a kind of metre Ked

siṃhavijṛmbhita

  1. ○vijṛmbhita m. (with Buddhists) a kind of Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. (cf. -viṣkambhita)

siṃhavinnā

  1. ○vinnā f. Glycine. Debilis L

siṃhaviṣkambhita

  1. ○viṣkambhita m. (with Buddhists) a kind of Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. (perhaps only wṛ. for -vijṛmbhita)

siṃhaviṣṭara

  1. ○viṣṭara (prob.) a throne Rājat

siṃhavyāghra

  1. ○vyāghra lion and tiger', a partic. philosophical term Cat
  2. (ī), f. N. of various wks
  3. -kroḍa m. -ṭippaṇī f. -ṭīkā f. N. of wks
  4. -niṣevita mfn. inhabited by lions and tigers MW
  5. -rahasya n. -lakṣaṇa n. -lakṣaṇa-prakāśa m. -lakṣaṇarahasya n. -lakṣaṇī f. N. of wks
  6. ○ghrâmiṣī-√kṛ, to make a prey to lions and tigers Kathās

siṃhavyāghrīya

  1. ○vyāghrīya n. N. of wk

siṃhaśāva

  1. ○śāva (Hariv.) or (Śak.), m. a lṭlion's cub

siṃhaśiśu

  1. ○śiśu (Śak.), m. a lion's cub

siṃhaśrī

  1. ○śrī f. N. of a woman Kathās

siṃhasaṃhanana

  1. ○saṃhanana n. the killing of a lion MW
  2. mfn. lion-shaped, having a strong and noble frame MBh. R

siṃhasāhi

  1. ○sāhi m. N. of a king Inscr

siṃhasiddhāntasindhu

  1. ○siddhânta-sindhu m. N. of wk

siṃhasena

  1. ○sena m. N. of various men MBh. L

siṃhaskandha

  1. ○skandha mfn. having the shoulders of a lion MBh. R. VarBṛS

siṃhastha

  1. ○stha m. 'being in the constellation Leo', the planet Jupiter when so situated, (also) the festival celebrated at that time (called Siṃhasth) MW
  2. -makarastha-guru-nirṇaya m. -māhātmya n. -snāna-paddhati, f. N. of wks

siṃhasvāmin

  1. ○svāmin m. N. of a temple erected in honour of Siṃha-rāja Rājat

siṃhahanu

  1. ○hanu mfn. having the jaws of a lion Buddh. (-tā f. one of the 32 signs of perfection Dharmas. 83) [Page 1213, Column]
  2. mṆ. of the grandfather of Gautama Buddha ib

siṃhākṣa

  1. siṃhâkṣa m. N. of a king Kathās

siṃhācala

  1. siṃhâcala m. N. of a mountain Cat
  2. -māhātmya n. N. of wk

siṃhācārya

  1. siṃhâcārya m. N. of an astronomer VarBṛS. Sch

siṃhājina

  1. siṃhâjina mṆ. of a man Pāṇ. 5-3, 82 Sch

siṃhāḍhya

  1. siṃhâḍhya mfn. abounding in lions W

siṃhānana

  1. siṃhânana m. Gendarussa Vulgaris Bhpr

siṃhānuvāka

  1. siṃhânuvāka m. N. of wk

siṃhāvaloka

  1. siṃhâvaloka m. a kind of metre Col

siṃhāvalokana

  1. siṃhâvalokana n. a lion's backward look BhP
  2. N. of wk
  3. (ena or ○kananyāyena), ind. accord. to the rule of the lion's look (i.e. casting a retrospective glance while at the same time proceeding onwards) TPrāt., 'Sch. ŚāṅkhBr. Sch. MBh. Sch

siṃhāvalokita

  1. siṃhâvalokita n. = prec. Gṛihyās. Piṅg. Sch

siṃhāsana

  1. siṃhâsana n. 'lion's-seat', king's seat', 'a throne' MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. a partic. sedent posture Cat
  3. m. a kind of sexual union L
  4. -cakra n. N. of three astrological diagrams shaped like a man and marked with the 27 Nakshatras MW
  5. -traya n. N. of an astrological diagram L
  6. -dvātriṃśat or ○śati or ○śatikā or ○śat-kathā or ○śat-puttalikā-vārttā or ○śat-putrikā-vārttā or ○śikā f. N. of a wk. consisting of 32 stories in praise of Vikramâditya (= vikrama-carita)
  7. -bhraṣṭa mfn. fallen from a throne, dethroned MW
  8. -raṇa m. n. a strife or struggle for the throne R
  9. -stha mfn. sitting on a throne MBh

siṃhāstra

  1. siṃhâstra n. N. of a mythical weapon Dhanaṃj

siṃhāsya

  1. siṃhâsya mfn. lionfaced MW
  2. m. a kind of fish Vajras
  3. Gendarussa Vulgaris Bhpr
  4. Bauhinia Variegata L
  5. a partic. position of the hands Cat
  6. (ā), f. GendṭGendarussa VulgṭVulgaris or Adhatoda Vasika L

siṃhendra

  1. siṃhêndra m. a mighty lion Pañcar

siṃhoddhatā

  1. siṃhôddhatā (Piṅg.) or (ib. Col.), f. a kind of metre

siṃhoddhonnatā

  1. siṃhôddḍhônnatā (ib. Col.), f. a kind of metre

siṃhaka

  1. siṃhaka m. endearing form of siṃha Divyâv
  2. of siṃhâjina Pāṇ. 5-3, 81 sq. Sch
  3. (ikā), f. See below

siṃhala

  1. siṃhala m. the island of Ceylon (perhaps so called as once abounding in lions) BhP. Rājat. &c
  2. N. of a man Buddh
  3. pl. the people of Ceylon AV. Pariś. MBh. VarBṛS. &c
  4. (ā), f. the island of Ceylon ( See sthāna)
  5. n. id. W
  6. tin L
  7. brass (more correctly siṃhalaka) L
  8. bark, rind MW
  9. Cassia bark (more correctly saiṃhala) L

siṃhaladvīpa

  1. ○dvīpa m. the islṭisland of CṭCeylon Buddh. Kathās. &c

siṃhalastha

  1. ○stha mfn. being or dwelling in CṭCeylon MW
  2. (ā), f. a species of pepper L

siṃhalāsthāna

  1. siṃhalā-sthāna m. a kind of palm tree L

siṃhalaka

  1. siṃhalaka mfn. relating to Ceylon (with dviipa m. 'Ceylon' Cat.) VarBṛS
  2. n. Ceylon MW
  3. brass L

siṃhāya

  1. siṃhāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to behave like a lion Hit. Kathās

siṃhikā

  1. siṃhikā f. N. of the mother of Rāhu (she was a daughter of Daksha or Kaśyapa and wife of Kaśyapa or Vipra-citti) MBh. Hariv. Pur
  2. N. of a form of Dākshāyaṇī Cat
  3. of a Rākshasi R
  4. a knock-kneed girl unfit for marriage L
  5. Gendarussa Vulgaris L

siṃhikātanaya

  1. ○tanaya m. 'son of Siṃhikā', metron, of Rāhu ŚārṅgP
  2. pl. N. of certain Asuras MBh

siṃhikāputra

  1. ○putra or m. metron. of Rāhu A

siṃhikāsuta

  1. ○suta m. metron. of Rāhu A

siṃhikāsūnu

  1. ○sūnu m. ib. ŚārṅgP

siṃhikeya

  1. siṃhikeya mṃetron. of Rāhu (wṛ. for saiṃh○) Hariv

siṃhinī

  1. siṃhinī f. (with Buddhists) N. of a goddess W

siṃhiya

  1. siṃhiya or m. endearing forms of siṃha Pāṇ. 5-3, 81 Sch

siṃhila

  1. siṃhila m. endearing forms of siṃha Pāṇ. 5-3, 81 Sch

siṃhī

  1. siṃhī́ f. a lioness RV. VS. TS. &c
  2. N. of the Uttara-vedi (nom. siṃhī́h) TS
  3. of various plants (Solanum Jacquini
  4. SolṭSolanum Melongena
  5. Gendarussa Vulgaris
  6. Hemionitis Cordifolia
  7. Phaseolus Trilobus) PārGṛ. Suśr
  8. a vein L
  9. N. of the mother of Rāhu (= siṃhikā) L

siṃhīlatā

  1. ○latā f. the egg-plant Bhpr

siṃhī

  1. siṃhī incomp. for siṃha

siṃhīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ P. -karoti, to turn into a lion MBh. NṛisUp

siṃhībhū

  1. ○√bhū P. -bhavati, to become or be turned into a lion Kathās

siṃhāṇa

  1. siṃhāṇa n. (corrupted fr. śṛṅkhāṇa) the mucus of the nose L
  2. rust of iron L
  3. a glass vessel L

siṃhāṇaka

  1. siṃhāṇaka m. the mucus of the nose Divyâv. (printed siṃhānaka)

siṅghāṇa

  1. siṅghāṇa m. = siṃhāṇa, rust of iron KātyŚr. Sch

siṅghāṇaka

  1. siṅghāṇaka m. the mucus of the nose ib
  2. (ikā), f. id. Āpast

siṅghiṇī

  1. siṅghiṇī f. = śiṅghiṇī, the nose L

sik

  1. sik a Sautra √meaning 'to scatter about, sprinkle' (cf. √sic, sīk)

sikatā

  1. síkatā f. (said to be fr. the above, but prob fr. √sic, p. 1214) sand, gravel (mostly pl., sg. also 'a grain of sand') VS. &c. &c. [Page 1214, Column]
  2. sandy soil Pāṇ. 5-2, 105
  3. gravel or stone (as a disease) Suśr
  4. pl. N. of a race of Ṛishis MBh. (part of RV. ix, 86 is attributed to sikatā nivāvarī)

sikatātva

  1. ○tva n. the condition or nature of sand Ragh

sikatāprāya

  1. ○prâya n. a sandbank L

sikatāmaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī) n. consisting of sand, full of sand, sandy L
  2. n. a sandbank or an island with sandy shores W

sikatāmeha

  1. ○meha m. a partic. urinary disease, gravelly sediment in the urine Suśr
  2. ○hin mfn. suffering from the above disease ib

sikatāvat

  1. ○vat (sík○), mfn. abounding in sand, sandy AV

sikatāvartman

  1. ○vartman n. partic. disease of the eyelid. ŚārṅgS

sikatāsindhu

  1. ○sindhu N. of a place Rājat

sikatāsetu

  1. ○setu m. a bank of sand R. (v. l.)

sikatottara

  1. sikatôttara mfn. abounding in sand, sandy ĀśvGṛ

sikatila

  1. sikatila mfn. consisting of sand, sandy, Bhart. Prab

sikatya

  1. sikatyá mfn. id. VS

sigatā

  1. sigatā f. = sikatā Kap

sikta

  1. sikta sikti, siktha, See below

sikṣya

  1. sikṣya m. crystal, glass L

sigṛḍī

  1. sigṛḍī or sigruḍī f. (cf. śimṛḍī and śigru) a kind of plant L

siṅgabhūpāla

  1. siṅga-bhūpāla m. N. of an author (cf. siṃha-bh○) Cat

siṅgābhaṭṭa

  1. siṅgā-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author (○ṭṭīya n. his wk.) Cat

siṅgāpidi

  1. siṅgāpidi m. N. of a poet ŚārṅgP

siṅghaṇadeva

  1. siṅghaṇa-deva m. N. of a king

siṅghāṇa

  1. siṅghāṇa &c. See p. 1213, col. 3

sic

  1. sic cl. 6. P. Ā. (Dhātup. xxviii, 140) siñcáti, ○te (once in RV. x, 96, 1, sécate pf. siṣeca, siṣice [in RV. also sisicuḥ, sisice]
  2. aor. asicat, ○cata [Gr. also asikta]
  3. Subj. sicāmahe RV
  4. Prec. sicyāt Br
  5. fut. sekṣyati, ○te ib. &c
  6. inf. sektum MBh. sektavai Br
  7. ind. p. siktvā ib
  8. -sícya AV
  9. -secam or -sekam, (GṛŚrS.), to pour out, discharge, emit, shed, infuse or pour into or on (loc.) RV. &c.&c
  10. to emit semen, impregnate RV. AV. Br. Mn
  11. to scatter in small drops, sprinkle, besprinkle or moisten with (instr.) RV. &c. &c
  12. to dip, soak, steep Bhpr
  13. to cast or form anything out of molten metal &c. (2 acc.) RV. AV. AitBr.: Pass. sicyate (ep. also ○ti
  14. aor. aseci), to be poured out or sprinkled RV. &c. &c.: Caus. secayati, ○te (ep. also siñcayati
  15. aor. asīṣicat or asīsicat), to cause to pour out &c
  16. to sprinkle, water (plants &c.) MBh. Kāv. &c.: Desid. siṣikṣati or sisikṣati
  17. ○te Gr. (cf. sisikṣā): Intens. sesicyate, sesekti. [Cf. Zd. hincaiti
  18. Gk. ? [?] ; AnglṢax. seón ; Germ. [1214,] seihen, seichen.]

sikta

  1. siktá mfn. poured out, sprinkled, wetted, impregnated RV. &c. &c
  2. (ā), f. = sikatā L

siktatā

  1. ○tā f. the being sprinkled or watered Rājat

sikti

  1. siktí f. sprinkling, discharge, effusion RV

siktha

  1. siktha m. n. (ifc. f. ā) boiled rice from which the water has been poured off Suśr
  2. a lump or mouthful of boiled rice kneaded into a ball Kathās
  3. n. (also written śiktha) beeswax Kālac
  4. a collection of pearls (weighing a Dhāraṇa) VarBṛS
  5. indigo (= nīlī) L

sikthaka

  1. sikthaka (ifc., f. akā or ikā), m. n. = prec. Hcat
  2. n. beeswax L

sig

  1. sig in comp. for 2. sic

sigvāta

  1. ○vāta m. wind from the hem of a dress ĀpGṛ

sic

  1. síc f. the border or hem of a dress RV. AV. ŚBr. GṛŚrS
  2. (du.) the two borders or boundaries, i.e. the horizon RV. i, 95, 7
  3. (du. and pl.) the wings of an army RV. AV

sicaya

  1. sicaya m. robe, raiment, cloth, clothes Vikr. Kād. Rājat
  2. old or ragged raiment W

siñcana

  1. siñcana n. sprinkling, watering Hcat

seka

  1. seka &c. See s.v

sic

  1. sic f. = śic, a net BhP

siji

  1. siji g. yavâdi

sijimat

  1. ○mat mfn. ib

siñcatā

  1. siñcatā f. long pepper (vḷ. siñcitā) L

siñjā

  1. siñjā siñjâśvattha, siñjita, incorrect for śiñjā &c

siṭ

  1. siṭ (cf. √śiṭ), cl. 1. P. seṭati, to despise Dhātup. ix, 18. [Page 1214, Column]

siṇḍākī

  1. siṇḍākī incorrect for śiṇḍākī

sita

  1. sita mf(ā)n. (prob. formed fr. a-sita as sura fr. asura
  2. for 1.and 2. sita See p. 1213, col. 1
  3. for 4. See √1. so) white, pale, bright, light (said of a day in the light half of a month and of the waxing moon) MBh. Kāv. &c
  4. candid, pure ( See -karman)
  5. m. white (the colour) L
  6. the light half of the month from new to full moon VarBṛS
  7. the planet Venus or its regent (= śukra) ib
  8. sugar ib
  9. Bauhinia Candida L
  10. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
  11. (ā), f. white sugar, refined sugar Suśr.: Hcat
  12. moonlight L
  13. a handsome woman
  14. spirituous liquor L
  15. N. of various plants (a species of Aparājitā
  16. white Kaṇṭakārī
  17. white Dūrvā grass
  18. Arabian jasmine &c.) Suśr
  19. bamboo juice L
  20. N. of the Ganges (in sitâsitā, under sitā)
  21. one of the 8 Devis (Buddh.) Kālac
  22. (am), n. silver L
  23. sandal L
  24. a radish L

sitakaṭabhī

  1. ○kaṭabhī f. a kind of tree L

sitakaṇṭā

  1. ○kaṇṭā or f. a white-blossomed Kaṇṭakāri L

sitakaṇṭārikā

  1. ○kaṇṭārikā f. a white-blossomed Kaṇṭakāri L

sitakaṇṭha

  1. ○kaṇṭha mfn. white-necked MW
  2. m. a gallinule L

sitakamala

  1. ○kamala n. a white lotus
  2. -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of white lotus Kālac

sitakara

  1. ○kara m. 'white-rayed', the moon Rājat
  2. camphor L
  3. ○rânana mf(ā)n. moon-faced Rājat

sitakarṇikā

  1. ○karṇikā (Suśr.) or (L.), f. Gendarussa Vulgaris

sitakarṇī

  1. ○karṇī (L.), f. Gendarussa Vulgaris

sitakarman

  1. ○karman mfn. pure in action MBh

sitakāca

  1. ○kāca mfn. dark-yellowish white L
  2. m. dark-yṭyellowish whiteness L
  3. rock-crystal L

sitakācara

  1. ○kācara mfn. dark-smoky white L
  2. m. dark-sṭsmoky whiteness L

sitakuñjara

  1. ○kuñjara m. a white elephant L
  2. N. of Indra's elotus W
  3. mfn. riding on a white elotus
  4. mṆ. of Indra L

sitakumbhī

  1. ○kumbhī f. a white Bignonia L

sitakṛṣṇa

  1. ○kṛṣṇa mfn. white and black L
  2. m. white and black colour L

sitakeśa

  1. ○keśa m. 'white-haired', N. of a Dānava Hariv

sitakṣāra

  1. ○kṣāra n. a kind of Borax L

sitakṣudrā

  1. ○kṣudrā f. a white-blossomed Kaṇṭakārī ib

sitakhaṇḍa

  1. ○khaṇḍa m. white lump-sugar Hcat. Dhūrtan

sitaguñjā

  1. ○guñjā f. a whiteblossomed Abrus Precatorius L

sitacihna

  1. ○cihna m. a sort of fish L

sitacchattra

  1. ○cchattra n. a white umbrella L
  2. (ā or ī), f. Anethum Sowa ib

sitacchattrita

  1. ○cchattrita mfn. turned into or representing a white umbrella Naish
  2. m. having a white umbrella, possessed of the insignia of royalty MW

sitacchada

  1. ○cchada mfn. white-winged, having white leaves L
  2. m. a goose L
  3. (ā), f. white Dūrvā grass ib

sitajā

  1. ○jā f. sugar in lumps, lump-sugar ib

sitatara

  1. ○tara mfn. extremely white Ml

sitaturaga

  1. ○turaga m. 'white-horsed', N. of Arjuna Kir

sitatejas

  1. ○tejas mfn. having a white light VP

sitadarbha

  1. ○darbha m. white Kuśa grass L

sitadīdhiti

  1. ○dīdhiti m. 'white-rayed', the moon Śiś

sitadīpya

  1. ○dīpya m. white cumin L

sitadūrvā

  1. ○dūrvā f. white Dūrvā grass ib

sitadru

  1. ○dru m. a kind of creeper ib

sitadruma

  1. ○druma m. (perhaps) a species of birch-tree Hariv

sitadvija

  1. ○dvija m. 'white bird', a goose Subh

sitadhātu

  1. ○dhātu m. a white mineral MW
  2. chalk L

sitapakṣa

  1. ○pakṣa m. the light half of a month VarBṛS
  2. a white wing MW
  3. 'white-winged', a goose L

sitapaṭa

  1. ○paṭa m. N. of an author, Praśnôt

sitapadma

  1. ○padma n. a white lotus BhP

sitaparṇī

  1. ○parṇī f. a kind of plant (= arka-puṣpikā) MW

sitapāṭalikā

  1. ○pāṭalikā f. a white Bignonia L

sitapiṅgāṇa

  1. ○piṅgāṇa mfn. dark-yellowish-whitish white L
  2. m. dark-yṭyellowish-whitish whiteness L

sitapīta

  1. ○pīta mfn. white and yellow Śaṃk
  2. harin-nīla mfn. bluish-green, yellowish-white L
  3. m. bluish-green-yellowish-whiteness L

sitapuṅkhā

  1. ○puṅkhā f. a kind of plant L

sitapuṇḍarīka

  1. ○puṇḍarīka n. a white lotus Kāv

sitapuṣpa

  1. ○puṣpa m. Tabernaemontana Coronaria L
  2. Saccharum Spontaneum ib
  3. Acacia Sirissa ib
  4. = śveta-rohita ib
  5. (ā), f. a kind of jasmine (Jasminum Sambac or Sida Cordifolia) Suśr
  6. (ī), f. = śvetâparājitā L
  7. n. Cyperus Rotundus ib

sitapuṣpāya

  1. ○puṣpāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble jasmine Kāv

sitapuṣpika

  1. ○puṣpika a kind of leprosy L

sitaprabha

  1. ○prabha mf(ā)n. white MBh
  2. n. silver L

sitamaṇi

  1. ○maṇi m. a crystal
  2. -maya mf(ī)n. made of crystal Megh

sitamanas

  1. ○manas mfn. pure-hearted VP

sitamarica

  1. ○marica n. white pepper L

sitamāraka

  1. ○māraka (prob.) wṛ. for -sāraka Car

sitamāṣa

  1. ○māṣa m. Dolichos Catjang L

sitamegha

  1. ○megha m. a white cloud R

sitayajñopavītin

  1. ○yajñôpavītin mfn. invested with a white sacred thread Hcat

sitayāminī

  1. ○yāminī f. a bright night, moonlight Bhām

sitarakta

  1. ○rakta mf(ā)n. white and red NṛisUp

sitarañjana

  1. ○rañjana mfn. yellow L
  2. m. yellow (the colour) W

sitaraśmi

  1. ○raśmi m. 'white-rayed', the moon L

sitaruci

  1. ○ruci mfn. bright-coloured, white Śiś
  2. m. the moon Subh

sitalatā

  1. ○latā f. a kind of plant L

sitalaśuna

  1. ○laśuna garlic L

sitalohita

  1. ○lohita mfn. white and red L
  2. m. white and red colour L

sitavarman

  1. ○varman m. N. of a minister Daś

sitavarṣābhū

  1. ○varṣābhū f. Boerhavia Procumbens L

sitavallīja

  1. ○vallīja n. white pepper ib

sitavājin

  1. ○vājin m. 'having white horses', N. of Arjuna Kir

sitavāraṇa

  1. ○vāraṇa m. a white elephant BhP

sitaśarkarā

  1. ○śarkarā f. white ground sugar, lump-sṭsugar Sāh. Pañcar

sitaśāyakā

  1. ○śāyakā wṛ. for -sāyakā L. [Page 1214, Column]

sitaśiṃśapā

  1. ○śiṃśapā f. a kind of plant L

sitaśimbika

  1. ○śimbika m. a kind of wheat ib

sitaśiva

  1. ○śiva n. rock-salt ib

sitaśūka

  1. ○śūka m. barley ib

sitaśūraṇa

  1. ○śūraṇa m. or n. a species of Arum ib

sitaśmaśru

  1. ○śmaśru mfn. having a white beard MBh

sitaśyāma

  1. ○śyāma mfn. blackish-white L
  2. m. blackish-white colour L

sitasapti

  1. ○sapti mfn. having white steeds
  2. m. N. of Arjuna Kir

sitasarṣapa

  1. ○sarṣapa m. white mustard, a grain of white mustard-seed VarBṛS

sitasāyakā

  1. ○sāyakā f. a kind of plant L

sitasāra

  1. ○sāra or m. Achyranthes Triandra ib. (cf. -māraka)

sitasāraka

  1. ○sāḍraka m. Achyranthes Triandra ib. (cf. -māraka)

sitasiṃhī

  1. ○siṃhī f. a white-blossomed Kaṇṭakārī ib

sitasiddhārtha

  1. ○siddhârtha or m. white mustard (or a grain of white mustard-seed) Pañcat

sitasiddhārthaka

  1. ○siddhârḍthaka m. white mustard (or a grain of white mustard-seed) Pañcat

sitasindhu

  1. ○sindhu f. the Ganges L

sitasiva

  1. ○siva v. l. for -śiva ib

sitasūraṇa

  1. ○sūraṇa v. l. for -śur○ ib

sitahūṇa

  1. ○hūṇa m. pl. the white Huns VarBṛS

sitāṃśu

  1. sitâṃśu m. 'white-rayed', the moon Bhartṛ. Kuval
  2. camphor L
  3. -taila n. camphor-oil ib

sitāṃśuka

  1. sitâṃśuka mfn. dressed in a white mantle or garment Vikr

sitākhya

  1. sitâkhya n. white pepper L
  2. (ā), f. white Dūrvā grass ib

sitāgra

  1. sitâgra m. or n. a thorn (for śil○) ib

sitāṅka

  1. sitâṅka m. a kind of fish ib

sitāṅga

  1. sitâṅga m. a kind of plant ib
  2. camphor ib
  3. N. of Śiva ib. (printed mit○)
  4. -rāga m. a white cosmetic. or pigment for the limbs or body Kum

sitājājī

  1. sitâjājī f. white cumin L

sitātapatra

  1. sitâtapatra n. a white umbrella (emblem of royalty) Siṃhâs

sitātapavāraṇa

  1. sitâtapavāraṇa n. id. Ragh

sitānana

  1. sitânana mfn. white-faced
  2. m. N. of Garuḍa L
  3. of one of Siva's attendants Hariv

sitāpāṅga

  1. sitâpâṅga m. 'having white eye-corners', a peacock L

sitābja

  1. sitâbja n. a white lotus ib

sitābha

  1. sitâbha m. 'white-looking, 'camphor ib
  2. (prob.) sugar Pañcar
  3. (ā), f. a kind of shrub L

sitābhikaṭabhī

  1. sitābhikaṭabhī f. (vḷ. for sitâlikaṭ)

sitābhra

  1. sitâbhra m. a white cloud MBh
  2. m. n. camphor Kāv

sitābhraka

  1. sitâbhraka m. or n. camphor L

sitāmoghā

  1. sitâmoghā f. a white-blossomed Bignonia ib

sitāmbara

  1. sitâmbara mf(ā)n. clothed in white garments ŚārṅgP
  2. m. 'a monk wearing white garments', N. of one of the two great divisions of Jaina monks (= śvet○, q.v.) L

sitāmbuja

  1. sitâmbuja or n. a white lotus ib

sitāmbhoja

  1. siḍtâmbhoja n. a white lotus ib

sitāyudha

  1. sitâyudha m. a kind of fish L

sitārkaka

  1. sitârkaka m. a white-blossomed Calotropis L

sitārjaka

  1. sitârjaka m. white basil L

sitālaka

  1. sitâlaka m. a white Calotropis L. (wṛ. for ○tâlarka)

sitālarka

  1. sitâlarka m. a white Calotropis L

sitāli

  1. sitâli mfn. having white lines MW
  2. -katabhī f. a species of Achyranthes L
  3. ○likā f. 'white-lined', a cockle MW

sitāvara

  1. sitâvara m. a species of culinary plant (also written śit○) Bhpr
  2. (ī), f. Venonia Anthelminthica L

sitāśva

  1. sitâśva mfn. having white horses
  2. m. N. of Arjuna MBh
  3. the moon L

sitāsita

  1. sitâsita mfn. (for sitâs○ See under sitā below) white and black MaitrUp. MBh. Pur
  2. good and evil, MaitrUP
  3. m. N. of Bala-deva L
  4. du. Venus and Saturn ib
  5. -kamaladala-nayana-tā f. having eyes like the petals of a dark and white lotus (one of the 80 minor marks of a Buddha) Dharmas. 84
  6. -roga m. a partic. disease of the eyes Cat

sitāhvaya

  1. sitâhvaya m. 'white-named', the planet Venus (cf. śukra) VarBṛS
  2. N. of various plants (= śveta-rohita
  3. = śveta-śigru, a white-blossomed Tulasī) L

sitekṣu

  1. sitêkṣu m. a species of sugarcane ib

sitetara

  1. sitêtara mfn. 'other than white', black, dark, blue Śiś. Kum. Laghuj
  2. white and black BhP
  3. m. a kind of dark-coloured rice L
  4. Dolichos Uniflorus ib
  5. -gati m. 'having a black course', fire ib
  6. -saroja n. a blue lotus Śiś

sitairaṇḍa

  1. sitâiraṇḍa m. the white Ricinus L

sitotpala

  1. sitôtpala n. a white lotus VarBṛS. Hit. Vet

sitodaka

  1. sitôdaka wṛ. for śīt○ Kāraṇḍ

sitodara

  1. sitôdara m. 'white-bellied', N. of Kubera L

sitodbhava

  1. sitôdbhava mfn. produced from sugar MW
  2. n. white sandal L

sitopala

  1. sitôpala m. 'white stone', chalk L
  2. crystal ib
  3. rock-crystal ib
  4. (ā), f. sugar Kāv. Suśr. Pañcar. (m. c. also ○pala)
  5. white or refined sugar MW
  6. n. chalk ib

sitoṣṇavāraṇa

  1. sitôṣṇa-vāraṇa n. 'white heat-protector', a white umbrella ib

sitaka

  1. sitaka mfn. g. ṛsyâdi

sitā

  1. sitā f. of 3. sita, col. 2

sitākhaṇḍa

  1. ○khaṇḍa m. sugar in lumps, lump-sugar L
  2. a kind of refined sugar (said to be prepared from honey) MW

sitātraya

  1. ○traya n. three kinds of white sugar (= tri-sitā) L

sitādi

  1. ○"ṣdi (○tâdi m. molasses ib

sitāpāka

  1. ○pāka m. refined sugar Bhpr

sitālatā

  1. ○latā f. white Dūrvā grass Car

sitāsita

  1. ○"ṣsita (○tâs○), n. (for sitâs○ above) N. of Prayāga KāśīKh
  2. (ā), f. du. the Ganges and Jumnā rivers at Prayāga ib

siti

  1. siti mfn. (wṛ. for śiti
  2. for 1. See p. 1213, col. 1
  3. for 3. See √1. so) white L
  4. black ib

sitikaṇṭha

  1. ○kaṇṭha mfn. having a white throat MW
  2. dark-necked ib
  3. m. Śiva ib. (cf. śiti-k○)

sitimāraka

  1. ○māraka (prob.) wṛ. for sita-sāraka Car

sitivāra

  1. ○vāra m. = śiti-v○ MW

sitivāsas

  1. ○vāsas mfn. clad in black ib
  2. m. N. of Bala-rāma (for śiti-v○) Śiś

sitiman

  1. sitiman m. whiteness Kāv. [Page 1215, Column]

sitīkṛ

  1. sitī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make white or bright Sāh. Naish

sitīvāra

  1. sitī-vāra a kind of plant (vḷ. sitâr○ q.v.
  2. cf. siti-v○ above) Kauś

sidguṇḍa

  1. sidguṇḍa m. a person whose father is a Brāhman and whose mother is a Parājakī L

siddhartha

  1. siddhártha See col, 3

sidh

  1. sidh cl. 1. P. sedhati, to go, move Dhātup. iii, 10 Naigh. ii, 14 (accord. to Pāṇ. 7-3, 113 the s of this √is not changed to ṣ after prepositions
  2. cf. abhi- and pari-√sidh)

sidh

  1. sidh cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. iii, 11) sédhati (in later language also ○te
  2. pf. siṣedha, ep. also siṣidhe
  3. aor. asedhīt Gr. also asaitsīt
  4. fut. seddhā or sedhitā Gr
  5. setsyati or sedhiṣyati MBh. &c
  6. inf. seddhum Br. &c
  7. sedhitum Gr
  8. ind. p. -sídhya AV.), to drive off, scare away, repel, restrain, hinder RV. Kauś
  9. to punish, chastise Bhaṭṭ
  10. to ordain, instruct Dhātup
  11. to turn ont well or auspiciously ib.: Pass. sidhyate (aor. asedhi), to be driven or kept off or repelled MBh. &c.: Caus. sedhayati (aor. asīṣidhat), Gr.: Desid. of Caus. siṣedhayiṣati ib.: Desid. sisedhiṣati, sisidhiṣati, siṣitsati ib.: Intens. seṣidhyate, seṣeddhi (pr. p. -séṣidhat RV.) ib

siddha

  1. siddha mfn. driven off, scared away PañcavBr

siddhi

  1. siddhi f. driving off, putting aside Yājñ

sidh

  1. sidh (weak form of √sādh), cl. 4. P. (Dhātup. xxvi, 83) sídhyati (ep. and m.c. also ○te
  2. pf: siṣedha RV. i, 32, 13
  3. aor. asidhat Gr
  4. saitsīt Sarvad
  5. Prec. sidhyāsam Gr
  6. fut. seddhā ib
  7. setsyati, ○te MBh. &c
  8. inf. seddhum Gr
  9. ind. p. sedhitvā, sidhitvā, or siddhvā ib.), to be accomplished or fulfilled or effected or settled, be successful, succeed RV. &c. &c
  10. to hit a mark (loc.) Śak
  11. to attain one's aim or object, have success MBh. Kāv. &c
  12. to attain the highest object, become perfect, attain beatitude R. BhP
  13. to be valid or admissible, hold good Mn. Yājñ
  14. to be proved or demonstrated or established, result from Pat. Pañcat. Sarvad
  15. to be set right, (esp.) be healed or cured Suśr. BhP
  16. to be well cooked W
  17. to conform to a person's will, yield to (gen.) Kathās
  18. to fall to a person's (gen.) lot or share Prab
  19. to come into existence, originate, arise BhP.: Caus. sedhayati (aor. asīṣidhat) or sādhayati, to show the knowledge or skill (of any one, the former, 'with reference to sacred things', the latter, 'to secular things') Pat. on Pāṇ. 6-1, 49 (sadh○), to accomplish, effect MW.: Desid. siṣitsati Gr.: Int. seṣidhyate, seṣeddhi ib

siddha

  1. siddha mfn. accomplished, fulfilled, effected, gained, acquired MBh. Ragh
  2. one who has attained his object, successful BhP
  3. one who has attained the highest object, thoroughly skilled or versed in (dat. or comp.) MBh. R. &c
  4. perfected, become perfect, beatified, endowed with supernatural faculties ( See 2. siddhi) ib
  5. sacred, holy, divine, illustrious W
  6. hit (as a mark) Kathās
  7. prepared, cooked, dressed (as food) Mn. MBh. &c
  8. healed, cured Pañcat
  9. valid (as a rule in grammar, See as○)
  10. admitted to be true or right, established, settled, proved Pat. Mn. Sāṃkhyak. Sarvad
  11. resulting from W
  12. adjudicated, decided, terminated (as a lawsuit) W
  13. paid, liquidated, settled (as a debt) ib
  14. ready for payment(as money) Hit
  15. well-known, notorious, celebrated (= prasiddha) ĀśvŚr. R. &c
  16. effective, powerful, miraculous, supernatural Cāṇ. Rājat
  17. Vet
  18. subdued, brought into subjection (by magical powers), subject or obedient to (gen.) Pañcat. Kathās
  19. peculiar, singular Mālatīm
  20. invariable, unalterable Pat
  21. m. a Siddha or semidivine being of great purity and perfection and said to possess the eight supernatural faculties ( See 2. siddhi
  22. accord. to some, the Siddhas inhabit, together with the Munis &c., the Bhuvar-loka or atmosphere between the earth and heaven
  23. accord. to VP. eighty-eight thousand of them occupy the regions of the sky north of the sun and south of the seven Ṛishis
  24. they are regarded as immortal, but only as living to the end of a Kalpa q.v.
  25. in the later mythology the are some times confused with the
  26. Sādhyas q.v. or take their place) ĀśvGṛ. MBh. &c
  27. any inspired sage or prophet or seer (e.g. Vyāsa, Kapila &c.) ib
  28. any holy personage or great saint (esp. one who has attained to one of the states of beatitude, cf. sālokya) MBh. Kāv. &c
  29. any great adept in magic or one who has acquired supernatural powers ib. [Page 1215, Column]
  30. (with Jainas) a Jina or Arhat
  31. N. of the number 24 (ci. jina
  32. the 21st of the astron. Yogas. L
  33. a lawsuit, judicial trial (= vyavahāra) L
  34. N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh
  35. of a Rājarshi ib
  36. of a king Rājat
  37. of a brother of Jajja ib
  38. of a Brāhman Buddh
  39. of an author Cat
  40. a kind of thorn-apple L
  41. another plant or a sort of hard sugar (= guḍa) L
  42. (pl.) N. of a people MBh. VP
  43. (ā), f. a Siddhā or semi-divine female R. (cf. comp.)
  44. N. of one of the Yoginis (q.v.) L. (accord. to Sāh. siddhā is also used at the end of names of courtezans)
  45. a kind of medicinal plant or √(= ṛddhi) L
  46. (am), n. magic, supernatural power Pañcar
  47. sea-salt L

siddhakajjala

  1. ○kajjala n. magical lamp-black Kāvyâd. Sch

siddhakalpa

  1. ○kalpa (?), m. N. of a partic. cosmic period Buddh

siddhakāma

  1. ○kāma mfn. having the wishes fulfilled R

siddhakāmeśvarī

  1. ○kāmêśvarī f. one of the five forms of Kāmâkhyā or Durgā, KāP

siddhakārya

  1. ○kārya mfn. one whose object is accomplished Kathās

siddhakerala

  1. ○kerala n. 'perfect Kerala', N. of a district Cat

siddhakṣetra

  1. ○kṣetra n. 'land of the Blest', a region inhabited by the Siddhas (also as N. of various sacred regions) MBh. Kathās. Pur
  2. -parvata m. N. of a mountain in Siddha-kshetra Kathās

siddhakhaṇḍa

  1. ○khaṇḍa m. a sort of sugar L
  2. N. of various wks

siddhakheṭīsāriṇī

  1. ○kheṭī-sāriṇī f. N. of wk

siddhagaṅgā

  1. ○gaṅgā f. the divine or heavenly Ganges (= mandākinī) L

siddhagati

  1. ○gati f. g. deva-pathâdi

siddhaguru

  1. ○guru m. N. of an author Cat

siddhagraha

  1. ○graha m. N. of a demon causing a partic. kind of seizure or madness MBh

siddhacandragaṇi

  1. ○candra-gaṇi m. N. of the author of a Comm. on the Kādambarī

siddhajana

  1. ○jana m. beatified people, the Blest R

siddhajala

  1. ○jala n. 'cooked water', the fermented water of boiled rice, sour rice-gruel L

siddhatāpasa

  1. ○tāpasa m. an ascetic endowed with supernatural power Daś
  2. (ī), f. a female ascetic &c. Kathās

siddhatva

  1. ○tva n. (or -tā f.) perfection, perfect state NṛisUp
  2. the condition of a Siddha R. Pañcar
  3. the establishment or validity of a rule or doctrine, APrāt. Sarvad
  4. the being known or understood BhP

siddhadarśana

  1. ○darśana n. the seeing or sight of the Blest Cat

siddhadeva

  1. ○deva m. 'perfected deity', N. of Śiva L

siddhadravya

  1. ○dravya n. any magical object Cat

siddhadhātu

  1. ○dhātu m. perfected mineral, quicksilver L

siddhadhāman

  1. ○dhāman n. the abode of the Blest Kathās

siddhanandin

  1. ○nandin m. N. of a grammarian Cat

siddhanara

  1. ○nara m. a sorcerer, fortune-teller Siṃhâs

siddhanagārjuna

  1. ○nágârjuna m. N. of an author Gaṇar
  2. n. N. of wk. on magic
  3. -tantra, n
  4. ○nīya n. N. of wks

siddhanātha

  1. ○nātha m

siddhanārāyaṇa

  1. ○nārāyaṇa m. N. of authors Cat

siddhapakṣa

  1. ○pakṣa m. the logically proved side of an argument MW

siddhapati

  1. ○pati m. N. of a man (also called Mudgara-gomin) Buddh

siddhapatha

  1. ○patha m. 'path of the Blest', the atmosphere BhP

siddhapada

  1. ○pada n. N. of a sacred place ib

siddhapātra

  1. ○pātra m. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
  2. of a Deva-putra Lalit

siddhapāda

  1. ○pāda m. N. of a teacher of the Yoga Cat

siddhapīṭha

  1. ○pīṭha m. = -kṣetra L

siddhaputra

  1. ○putra m. the son of a Siddha HPariś

siddhapura

  1. ○pura n. or 'city of the Blest', N. of a mythical city (located in the extreme north or, accord. to others, in the southern or lower regions of the earth) Sūryas. Āryabh. Gol

siddhapurī

  1. ○purī f. 'city of the Blest', N. of a mythical city (located in the extreme north or, accord. to others, in the southern or lower regions of the earth) Sūryas. Āryabh. Gol

siddhapuruṣa

  1. ○puruṣa m. = -nara Siṃhâs
  2. a man who has attained perfection MW

siddhapuṣpa

  1. ○puṣpa m. 'having perfect flowers', the Kara-viira plant L

siddhaprayojana

  1. ○prayojana m. white mustard L

siddhaprāṇeśvara

  1. ○prâṇêśvara m. a partic. mixture or preparation Rasêndrac

siddhaprāya

  1. ○prâya mfn. almost accomplished, nearly perfected MW

siddhabuddha

  1. ○buddha m. N. of a teacher of Yoga (vḷ. śuddha-buddhi) Cat

siddhabhūmi

  1. ○bhūmi f. = -kṣetra Pañcat

siddhamata

  1. ○mata n. the ideas or sentiments of the Blest Cat

siddhamanorama

  1. ○manorama m. N. of the second day of the civil month (Karmamāsa), IndSt

siddhamantra

  1. ○mantra m. a partic. efficacious Mantra Vet. Gīt
  2. N. of a medical wk. by Keśavabhaṭṭa

siddhamātrikā

  1. ○mātrikā f. N. of a partic. alphabet L
  2. of a goddess Cat

siddhamānasa

  1. ○mānasa mfn. having a completely satisfied mind R

siddhamūlikānighaṇṭu

  1. ○mūlikā-nighaṇṭu m. N. of a dictionary

siddhamodaka

  1. ○modaka m. sugar prepared from bamboo-manna L

siddhayātrika

  1. ○yātrika wṛ. for siddhi-j○

siddhayāmala

  1. ○yāmala n. N. of a Tantra

siddhayoga

  1. ○yoga m. magical agency Kathās
  2. N. of a medical wk. by Vṛinda
  3. -mālā f. -saṃgraha m. N. of wks
  4. ○gêśvara-tantra n. N. of a Tantra wk
  5. m. a partic. mixture or preparation Rasêndrac

siddhayogin

  1. ○yogin m. N. of Śiva MBh
  2. (inī), f. a sorceress, witch, fairy Kathās
  3. N. of Manasā Cat

siddhayoṣit

  1. ○yoṣit f. a female Siddha, beatified woman BhP

siddharaṅgakalpa

  1. ○raṅga-kalpa m. N. of ch. of the Skanda-purāṇa

siddharatna

  1. ○ratna mfn. possessing a magic jewel Kathās

siddharasa

  1. ○rasa m. 'perfected metalic fluid', quicksilver Naish
  2. one who by means of quicksilver becomes a Siddha even in the present life (and so acquires supernatural powers) Caṇḍ. [Page 1215, Column]
  3. an alchemist W
  4. mfn. possessing perfected metallic fluids, mineral, metallic ib
  5. -daṇḍa m. a kind of magic wand Pañcad

siddharasāyana

  1. ○rasâyana mfn. possessing an elixir (for prolonging life) Kathās

siddharāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of a king Rājat
  2. -varṇana n. N. of wk. Gaṇar

siddharātrī

  1. ○rātrī (?), f. N. of a medical wk

siddharudreśvaratīrtha

  1. ○rudrêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat

siddharūpa

  1. ○rūpa n. the right or correct thing TPrāt. Sch

siddharṣi

  1. ○rṣi m. (○ddha + ṛṣi) N. of the author of the Siddhayoga-mālā

siddhalakṣa

  1. ○lakṣa mfn. one who has hit the mark Kathās

siddhalakṣmaṇa

  1. ○lakṣmaṇa m. N. of an author Cat

siddhalakṣmī

  1. ○lakṣmī f. (prob.) a form of Lakshmi
  2. -stotra n. N. of a ch. of various Purānas

siddhaloka

  1. ○loka m. the world of the Blest BhP

siddhavaṭa

  1. ○vaṭa m. N. of a place Cat
  2. (ī), f. N. of a goddess ib
  3. (○ṭa) -sthala-kalpa m. N. of a ch. of the Skanda-purāṇa (also called śrī-śaila-dakṣiṇa-dvāra-sthala-kalpa)

siddhavat

  1. ○vat ind. as established or proved (with √kṛ, 'to regard as estṭestablished or proved') Sāy

siddhavana

  1. ○vana n. 'grove of the Blest', N. of a place Cat

siddhavarti

  1. ○varti f. magical wick (vḷ. siddhi-v○) Pañcat

siddhavasti

  1. ○vasti m. a strong injection (as of oil &c.) Suśr

siddhavastu

  1. ○vastu (prob. n.) a spelling-book Buddh

siddhavāsa

  1. ○vāsa m. 'dwelling of the Blest', N. of a place Kathās

siddhavidyā

  1. ○vidyā f. the doctrine relating to perfected beings Pañcar
  2. a partic. form of the Mahā-vidyā L
  3. -dīpikā f. N. of wk. on the worship of Dakshiṇa-kālī by Śaṃkara (pupil of Jagan-nātha)

siddhavīrya

  1. ○vīrya m. 'possessing perfect strength', N. of a Muni MārkP

siddhaśābaratantra

  1. ○śābara-tantra n. N. of a Tantra

siddhasaṃkalpa

  1. ○saṃkalpa mfn. one whose wishes are accomplished MW

siddhasaṃgha

  1. ○saṃgha m. a company of Siddhas, assemblage of perfected beings W

siddhasamākhya

  1. ○samākhya mfn. called siddha (with kṣetra n. = siddha-kṣetra) Cat

siddhasambandha

  1. ○sambandha mfn. one whose kindred are well known L

siddhasarit

  1. ○sarit f. 'river of the Blest', N. of the Ganges Bālar

siddhasalila

  1. ○salila n. = -jala L

siddhasādhana

  1. ○sādhana m. white mustard L
  2. n. the performance of magical or mystical rites (for acquiring supernatural powers &c.) W
  3. the materials employed in those rites ib
  4. the proving of anything already proved Kap
  5. -doṣa m. the mistake of doing so MW

siddhasādhita

  1. ○sādhita mfn. one who his learned (the art of medicine) by practice (not by study) Car

siddhasādhya

  1. ○sādhya mfn. who or what has effected what was to be done W
  2. effected, accomplished, proved ib
  3. m. a partic. Mantra MW
  4. n. demonstrated proof or conclusion ib
  5. ○dhyaka m. a partic. Mantra Tantras

siddhasārasaṃhitā

  1. ○sāra-saṃhitā f. N. of a medical wk

siddhasārasvata

  1. ○sārasvata N. of a Tantra wk
  2. (with śabdânuśāsana) N. of a gram. wk
  3. -dīpikā f. N. of a Comm. by Padma-nābha on the Bhuvanêśvari-stotra
  4. -stotra n. another N. for bhuvanêśvarī-stotra

siddhasiddha

  1. ○siddha mfn. thoroughly efficacious (said of a partic. Mantra) Tantras
  2. ○ddhâñjana n. ○ddhânta m. ○ddhânta-paddhati f. N. of wks

siddhasindhu

  1. ○sindhu m. 'river of the Siddhas', N. of the heavenly Ganges

siddhasusiddha

  1. ○susiddha mfn. 'exceedingly efficacious' (said of a partic. Mantra) Tantras

siddhasena

  1. ○sena m. 'having a divine or perfect army', N. of Kārttikeya (god of war) L
  2. of an astronomer VarBṛS
  3. -divākara or -divākṛt m. N. of a son of Sarva-jña and pupil of Vṛiddha-vāda-sūri (said to have induced Vikramâditya to tolerate the Jainas) Cat
  4. -vākya-kāra (Sarvad.), -sūri (Siṃhâs.), m. N. of authors

siddhasevita

  1. ○sevita m. 'honoured or worshipped by Siddhas', N. of a form of Bhairava or Śiva (= baṭuka-bhairava) L

siddhasopāna

  1. ○sopāna n. N. of wk

siddhasthala

  1. ○sthala (Pañcar.),

siddhasthāna

  1. ○sthāna (L.), n. the place or region of the Blest

siddhasthālī

  1. ○sthālī f. the magical caldron of a great adept or sage (said to overflow with any kind of food at the wish of the possessor) MW

siddhahemakumāra

  1. ○hema-kumāra m. N. of a king Hemac. Sch

siddhaheman

  1. ○heman n. purified gold Cat

siddhāgama

  1. siddhâgama m. N. of wk

siddhāṅganā

  1. siddhâṅganā f. a beatified woman, female Siddha Megh. Vās. Kathās

siddhecala

  1. siddhêcala m. 'mountain of the Blest', N. of a mountain Siṃhâs
  2. -pūjā f. N. of wk

siddhājña

  1. siddhâjña mfn. one whose orders are executed VarBṛS

siddhāñjana

  1. siddhâñjana n. magical ointment, DaŚ. Kathās
  2. ○nāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a magical oiṭointment Dhanaṃj

siddhādeśa

  1. siddhâdeśa m. the prediction of a seer Mṛicch
  2. one whose predictions are fulfilled, prophet, soothsayer, fortune-teller Mālav. Ratnâv

siddhānanda

  1. siddhânanda m. N. of an author Cat

siddhānta

  1. siddhânta &c., See s.v

siddhānna

  1. siddhânna n. dressed food, cooked victuals L

siddhāpagā

  1. siddhâpagā m. = siddha-sindhu L

siddhāmbā

  1. siddhâmbā f. 'the blest mother', N. of Durgā Cat

siddhāri

  1. siddhâri m. 'enemy of the Siddhas', N. of a partic. Mantra Tantras

siddhārtha

  1. siddhârtha mf(ā)n. one who has accomplished an aim or object, successful, prosperous MBh. Kāv. &c. [Page 1216, Column]
  2. leading to the goal, efficient, efficacious Hariv. R
  3. one whose aim or intention is known L
  4. m. 'he who has fulfilled the object (of his coming)', N. of the great Buddha (Gautama or Śākya-muni, founder of Buddhism) MWB. 43
  5. of a Māra-putra Lalit
  6. of a Dānava Kathās
  7. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
  8. of a king ib
  9. of a councillor of Daśa-ratha R
  10. of the father of Mahā-viira (the 24th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī) Kathās
  11. of a poet Subh
  12. (ā), f. N. of the mother of the 4th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī L
  13. white mustard Suśr. VarBṛS. &c
  14. the Indian fig-tree L
  15. the 53rd year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBṛS
  16. n. (scil. vāstu) a building with two halls (one to the west, and one to the south) VarBṛS
  17. -kārin m. N. of Śiva MBh
  18. -carita n. N. of a poem
  19. -pṛcchā f. N. of wk. on symbols belonging to deities Hcat
  20. -mati m. N. of a Bodhisattva Lalit
  21. -mānin mfn. one who thinks he has attained his object Kathās
  22. -saṃhitā f. N. of wk. Hcat

siddhārthaka

  1. siddhârthaka m. white mustard (exceptionally also n.) Suśr. VarBṛS. &c
  2. N. of two officials Mudr
  3. n. a kind of ointment Suśr

siddhārthin

  1. siddhârthin m. the 53rd year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years Cat

siddhāśrama

  1. siddhâśrama m. 'hermitage of the Blest', N. of a hermitage in the Himâlaya (where Vishṇu performed penance during his dwarf incarnation) R. Ragh
  2. -tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Śukas
  3. -pada n. (the place of) the hermitage of the Blest R

siddhāsana

  1. siddhâsana n. a partic. sedent posture in religious meditation (described as placing the left heel under the body and the right heel in front of it, fixing the sight between the eyebrows, and meditating upon the syllable om) Cat
  2. m. N. of Skanda L

siddhecchā

  1. siddhêcchā f. a partic. mode of livelihood Baudh

siddheśa

  1. siddhêśa m. lord of the Blest BhP

siddheśvara

  1. siddhêśvara m. id. ib. (ī f. VarP.)
  2. N. of various authors &c. (also with bhaṭṭa.) Cat
  3. of a mountain Inscr
  4. -tantra n. N. of a Tantra
  5. -tīrtha n. N. of various Tirthas Cat
  6. -stotra n. N. of a Stotra

siddhaikavīratantra

  1. siddhâika-vīra-tantra n. N. of a Tantra

siddhaiśvarya

  1. siddhâiśvarya n. dominion over the Blest Pañcar

siddhodaka

  1. siddhôdaka n. N. of a Tīrtha Kathās

siddhāugha

  1. siddhâugha m. N. of certain Gurus (or teachers of mystical Mantras) revered by the Tāntrikas (named Nārada, Kāśyapa, Śambhu, Bhārgava, Kula-kauśika) Cat

siddhauṣadha

  1. siddhâuṣadha n. 'perfect drug', a specific, panacea Bhām
  2. -saṃgraha m. N. of wk

siddhauṣadhika

  1. siddhâuṣadhika n. a collection of five drugs or medicines (viz. taila-kanda, sudhā-k○, kroḍa-k○, rudantikā, and sarpa-netrā) L

siddhaka

  1. siddhaka m. a kind of tree (perhaps = Vitex Negundo or Vatica Robusta or the Sāl tree) Suśr
  2. (prob. n.) a kind of metre Col

siddhānta

  1. siddhânta m. established end, final end or aim or purpose (cf. sama-s○), (cf. rāddhânta), demonstrated conclusion of an argument (or the 4th member of a syllogism following on the refutation of the pūrva-pakṣa, q.v.), settled opinion or doctrine, dogma, axiom, received or admitted truth (of four kinds, See sarva-tantra-s○?, prati-tantra-s○, adhikaraṇa-s○, abhyupagama-s○) MBh. Kap. Sarvad. (cf. IW. 64)
  2. any fixed or established or canonical text-book or received scientific treatise on any subject (esp. on astronomy and mathematics
  3. often ifc., as the following 9, Brahma-sṭsubject, Sūrya-sṭsubject, Soma-sṭsubject, Bṛihaspati-sṭsubject, Garga-sṭsubject, Nārada-sṭsubject, Parāśara-sṭsubject, Pulastya-sṭsubject, Vasishṭha-sṭsubject
  4. or the following 5, Sid, dhântas, Pauliśa-sṭsubject, Romaka-sṭsubject, Vāsishṭha-sṭsubject, Śaura-sṭsubject, and Paitāmaha-sṭsubject) VarBṛS. Sarvad. IW. 175
  5. a partic. class of Buddhist and Jaina wks

siddhāntakalpalatā

  1. ○kalpalatā f

siddhāntakāpavallī

  1. ○kāpavallī f. N. of Vedânta wks

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  1. siddhāntakalpavallīvyākhyāna3siddhânta--kalpavallī-vyākhyāna n. N. of an astron. wk. by Yallayâcārya

siddhāntakārikā

  1. ○kārikā f. N. of a Nyāya wk

siddhāntakoṭi

  1. ○koṭi f. the conclusive point in an argument MW

siddhāntakaumudī

  1. ○kaumudī f. N. of a celebrated grammar by Bhaṭṭoji-dikshita (giving a particular arrangement of Pāṇini's Sūtras with Comm.)
  2. -koṭi-pattra n. -gūḍha-phakkikā-prakāśa m. -vilāsa m. -sāra m. N. of wks

siddhāntagarbha

  1. ○garbha m. N. of wk. by Mandanapāla

siddhāntagītā

  1. ○gītā f. N. of a Vedânta wk

siddhāntagūḍhārthaprakāśaka

  1. ○gūḍhârtha-prakāśaka m

siddhāntagrantha

  1. ○grantha m. N. of wks

siddhāntacandrikā

  1. ○candrikā f. N. of various wks. (also -khaṇḍana n. and -ṭīkā f.)

siddhāntacandrodaya

  1. ○candrôdaya m. a Comm. on the Tarka-saṃgraha (written in 1774 AḌ. for Rājas-siṃha, son of king Gaja-siṃha of Vikrama-paṭṭana, by Kṛishṇa-dhūrjaṭi-dikshita)

siddhāntacintāmaṇi

  1. ○cintāmaṇi m

siddhāntacintāratnasaṃgraha

  1. ○cintāratna-saṃgraha m

siddhāntacūḍāmaṇi

  1. ○cūḍāmaṇi m

siddhāntajāhnavī

  1. ○jāhnavī f

siddhāntajyotsnā

  1. ○jyotsnā f. N. of wks

siddhāntatattva

  1. ○tattva n. N. of various wks. (esp. of a Vaiśeshika wk., also called Padârtha-viveka) [Page 1216, Column]
  2. -dīpa m. -prakāśikā f. -bindu (or siddhânta-bindū), m. -bindu-saṃdīpana n. -viveka m. -sarvasva n. N. of wks

siddhāntatari

  1. ○tari f

siddhāntadarpana

  1. ○darpana m

siddhāntadīpa

  1. ○dīpa m

siddhāntadīpaprabhā

  1. ○dīpa-prabhā f

siddhāntadīpikā

  1. ○dīpikā f. N. of wks

siddhāntadharmāgama

  1. ○dharmâgama m. an established traditional rule Kāv

siddhāntanirṇaya

  1. ○nirṇaya m

siddhāntanaiyāyikamata

  1. ○naiyāyika-mata n

siddhāntanyāyacandrikā

  1. ○nyāya-candrikā f. N. of wks

siddhāntapakṣa

  1. ○pakṣa m. the logically correct side of an argument MW

siddhāntapañcānana

  1. ○pañcânana m. N. of the author of the Vākya-tattva

siddhāntapañjara

  1. ○pañjara n. N. of wk. by Saṃkarâcārya

siddhāntapaṭala

  1. ○paṭala m. n. N. of wk. on the worship of Rāma

siddhāntapaddhati

  1. ○paddhati f. = siddha-siddhânta-paddhati

siddhāntapīyūṣa

  1. ○pīyūṣa m. n

siddhāntabindu

  1. ○bindu m. ( siddhânta-tattva-b○),

siddhāntabinduvyākhyā

  1. ○binduvyākhyā f

siddhāntabhāṣya

  1. ○bhāṣya n

siddhāntamakaranda

  1. ○makaranda m

siddhāntamañjarī

  1. ○mañjarī f

siddhāntamañjūṣā

  1. ○mañjūṣā f

siddhāntamañjūṣākhaṇḍana

  1. ○mañjūṣā-khaṇḍana n

siddhāntamaṇimañjarī

  1. ○maṇi-mañjarī f

siddhāntamanoramā

  1. ○manoramā f. N. of wks

siddhāntamuktāvalī

  1. ○muktâvalī f. N. of various wks. (esp. of a Comm. by Viśva-nātha Pañcânana Bhaṭṭâcārya Tarkâlaṃkāra on the Bhāshā-pariccheda IW. 61)
  2. -prakāśa m. N. of a Comm. on that wk

siddhāntamudrā

  1. ○mudrā f

siddhāntaratna

  1. ○ratna n

siddhāntaratnamālā

  1. ○ratna-mālā f

siddhāntaratnākara

  1. ○ratnâkara m

siddhāntaratnāvalī

  1. ○ratnâvalī f

siddhāntarahasya

  1. ○rahasya n. N. of wks

siddhāntalakṣaṇa

  1. ○lakṣaṇa n. N. of various wks. (also ā f.)
  2. -kroḍa m. -ṭīkā f. -dīdhiti-ṭīkā f. -pariṣkāra m. -prakāśa m. -rahasya n. -viveka-prakaraṇa n. N. of wks

siddhāntalaghukhamāṇika

  1. ○laghu-khamāṇika m

siddhāntalava

  1. ○lava m

siddhāntaleśa

  1. ○leśa m. N. of wks

siddhāntavāgīśa

  1. ○vāg-īśa m. (also with bhaṭṭâcārya) N. of various scholars Cat

siddhāntavāṅmālā

  1. ○vāṅ-mālā f. N. of a Comm. (also called vallabha-siddhânta-ṭīkā) by Purushôttama

siddhāntavācaspati

  1. ○vācaspati m. N. of the author of the Śuddhi-makaranda Cat

siddhāntavilāsa

  1. ○vilāsa m

siddhāntaviveka

  1. ○viveka m

siddhāntaveda

  1. ○veda m

siddhāntavelā

  1. ○velā f

siddhāntavaijayantī

  1. ○vaijayantī f

siddhāntavyākhyā

  1. ○vyākhyā f

siddhāntavyāpti

  1. ○vyāpti f

siddhāntavyutpattilakṣaṇa

  1. ○vyutpatti-lakṣaṇa n

siddhāntaśataka

  1. ○śataka n

siddhāntaśikṣā

  1. ○śikṣā f

siddhāntaśikhāmaṇi

  1. ○śikhāmaṇi m. N. of wks

siddhāntaśiromaṇi

  1. ○śiromaṇi m. N. of an astron. wk. by Bhāskara (in 4 divisions called līlāvatī, bīja-gaṇita, gaṇitâdhyāya, and golâ dhyāya) IW. 176
  2. -prakāśa m. -vāsanā-vārttika n. and ○ṇy-udāharaṇa n. N. of Comms. on the above wk

siddhāntaśekhara

  1. ○śekhara m

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  1. siddhāntasaṃhitāsārasamuccaya3siddhânta--saṃhitā-sārasamuccaya m

siddhāntasaṃgraha

  1. ○saṃgraha m

siddhāntasaṃgrahaṭīkā

  1. ○saṃgrahaṭīkā f

siddhāntasaṃdarbha

  1. ○saṃdarbha m

siddhāntasamāsa

  1. ○samāsa m. N. of wks

siddhāntasāra

  1. ○sāra m. N. of various wks
  2. (with kaustubha) N. of a translation of the Almagest by Jagan-nātha
  3. -dīpikā f. -saṃgraha, m
  4. ○râvalī f. N. of wks

siddhāntasārvabhauma

  1. ○sārvabhauma m. or n

siddhāntasiddhāñjana

  1. ○siddhâñjana n

siddhāntasindhu

  1. ○sindhu m

siddhāntasudhānidhi

  1. ○sudhānidhi m

siddhāntasundara

  1. ○sundara m. or n. (also called sundara-siddhânta),

siddhāntasūktamañjarī

  1. ○sū7ktamañjarī f

siddhāntasūtrabhāṣyaṭīkā

  1. ○sūtra-bhāṣya-ṭīkā f

siddhāntasetukā

  1. ○setukā f

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  1. siddhāntasvānubhūtiprakāśikā3siddhânta--svânubhūti-prakāśikā f

siddhāntahorā

  1. ○horā f. N. of wks

siddhāntācāra

  1. siddhântâcāra m. (with Tāntrikas) a perfect rule of action MW
  2. one who practises this rule (said to consist in purity, quietism, and mental absorption in Durgā) ib

siddhāntādhikaraṇamālā

  1. siddhântâdhikaraṇamālā f. N. of wk. on the Vedânta (= adhikaraṇa-m○, q.v.)

siddhāntārṇava

  1. siddhântârṇava m. N. of an other Vedânta wk. by Raghu-nātha Sārvabhauma

siddhāntaya

  1. siddhântaya Nom. P. ○yati, to establish or prove or demonstrate logically Kap. Sch

siddhāntita

  1. siddhântita mfn. established as true, logically demonstrated Kull. on Mn. i, 8

siddhāntin

  1. siddhântin m. one who establishes or proves his conclusions logically, one learned in scientific text-books W
  2. = mīmāṃsaka L

siddhāntīya

  1. siddhântīya n. N. of wk

siddhāyikā

  1. siddhāyikā f. (prob. for siddha-dāyikā) N. of one of the 24 goddesses (called Śāsana-devatās) who execute the commands of the 24 Arhats L

siddhi

  1. siddhi f. (for 1. See p. 1215, col. 1) accomplishment, performance, fulfilment, complete attainment (of any object), success MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. the hitting of a mark (loc.) Kām
  3. healing (of a disease), cure by (comp.) Yājñ
  4. coming into force, validity ib
  5. settlement, payment, liquidation (of a debt) Mn. viii, 47
  6. establishment, substantiation, settlement, demonstration, proof. indisputable conclusion, result, issue RPrāt. Up. Sarvad
  7. decision, adjudication, determination (of a lawsuit) W
  8. solution of a problem ib
  9. preparation, cooking, maturing, maturity ib
  10. readiness W
  11. prosperity, personal success, fortune, good luck, advantage Mn. MBh. &c
  12. supreme felicity, bliss, beatitude, complete sanctification (by penance &c.), final emancipation, perfection L
  13. vanishing, making one's self invisible W
  14. a magical shoe (supposed to convey the wearer wherever he likes) ib
  15. the acquisition of supernatural powers by magical means or the supṭsupposed faculty so acquired (the eight usually enumerated are given in the following Śloka, aṇimā laghimā prâptiḥ prākāmyam mahimā tathā īśitvaṃ ca vaśitvaṃ ca tathā kāmâvasāyitā [Page 1216, Column]
  16. sometimes 26 are added, e.g. dūra-śravaṇa, sarvajña-tva, agni-stambha &c.) Sāṃkhyak. Tattvas. Sarvad
  17. any unusual skill or faculty or capability (often in comp.) Pañcat. Kathās
  18. skill in general, dexterity, art Car
  19. efficacy, efficiency Kāv. Pañcat
  20. understanding, intellect W
  21. becoming clear or intelligible (as sounds or words) BhP
  22. (in rhet.) the pointing out in the same person of various good qualities (not usually united) Sāh
  23. (prob.) a work of art Rājat. iii, 381
  24. a kind of medicinal √(= ṛddhi or vṛddhi) L
  25. (in music) a partic. Śruti Saṃgīt
  26. a partic. Yoga (either the 16th or 19th) Col
  27. Success or Perfection personified MBh. VarBṛS
  28. N. of Durgā Kathās
  29. of a daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma Pur
  30. of the wife of Bhaga and mother of Mahiman BhP
  31. of a friend of Danu Kathās
  32. of one of the wives of Gaṇêśa RTL. 215, 2
  33. N. of Śiva (in this sense m.) MBh

siddhikara

  1. ○kara mf(ī)n. producing success or good fortune Kāv. VarBṛS
  2. (ī), f. N. of a sorceress Kathās

siddhikaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. the act of producing success or fortune
  2. -vidhāna n. N. of a Tantra wk

siddhikāraka

  1. ○kāraka mfn. causing the attainment of the object of any one (gen.), leading to the desired goal MBh
  2. producing an effect, effective, efficacious MārkP

siddhikāraṇa

  1. ○kāraṇa n. a cause of beatitude, means of obtaining felicity MW

siddhikārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. causing the accomplishment of anything (gen.) Sāh

siddhikṣetra

  1. ○kṣetra n. (cf. siddha-kṣ○) field of success, place of beatitude, seat of bliss Śak. Hcar
  2. N. of a sacred district Hariv
  3. of a mountain Śatr

siddhicāmuṇḍātīrtha

  1. ○cāmuṇḍā-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat

siddhijñāna

  1. ○jñāna n. knowledge of what is established, certain knowledge Sarvad

siddhitraya

  1. ○traya n. N. of a Vedânta wk. by Yāmunâcārya

siddhida

  1. ○da mf(ā)n. conferring felicity or beatitude VarYogay. Mālatīm. BhP
  2. N. of a form of Bhairava or Śiva Śivag
  3. Putranjiva Roxburghī L

siddhidarśin

  1. ○darśin mfn. seeing (future) success, knowing future events Mālav

siddhidātrī

  1. ○dātrī f. 'giver of perfection', N. of a form of Durgā Cat

siddhinṛsiṃha

  1. ○nṛsiṃha m. N. of a king (also -malla) Inscr

siddhiprada

  1. ○prada mfn. granting or promising success Car

siddhiprāya

  1. ○prâya mfn. (cf. siddha-pr○) near to perfection Ml

siddhibīja

  1. ○bīja n. the seed (i.e. source) of magical power Pañcar

siddhibhūmi

  1. ○bhūmi f. the land of success or fortune, seat of bliss BhP
  2. -mārga vḷ. for siddhi-m○ (q.v.)

siddhibhairavatantra

  1. ○bhairava-tantra n. N. of a Tantra

siddhimat

  1. ○mat mfn. successful Ragh
  2. accomplished, perfect R. Śak
  3. possessing magical power Kathās

siddhimantra

  1. ○mantra m. a magical verse or formula, spell, charm Cat

siddhimanvantara

  1. ○manv-antara n. N. of a place Inscr

siddhimārga

  1. ○mārga m. the road leading to the land of the Blest Pañcat

siddhiyātrika

  1. ○yātrika m. one who makes pilgrimages to learn magical arts or to gain good luck or beatitude ib

siddhiyoga

  1. ○yoga m. employment of magical arts Kathās
  2. an auspicious conjunction of the planets L

siddhiyoginī

  1. ○yoginī f. a kind of Yoginī L

siddhiyogya

  1. ○yogya mfn. necessary for success Bhpr

siddhirasa

  1. ○rasa m. (prob.) wṛ. for siddha-r○, quicksilver Siṃhâs

siddhirasadaṇḍa

  1. ○rasa-daṇḍa m. (prob.) wṛ. for siddha-r (q.v, )

siddhirāj

  1. ○rāj m. N. of a mountain Śatr

siddhilābha

  1. ○lābha m. acquirement of success or perfection MW

siddhivarti

  1. ○varti f. magical wick (v. l. siddha-v○) Pañcat

siddhivāda

  1. ○vāda m. = jñānagoṣṭhī MBh. xiii, 6525 (Nīlak.)

siddhivighna

  1. ○vighna m. an obstacle to success or perfection Rājat

siddhivināyaka

  1. ○vināyaka m. a form of Gaṇêśa
  2. pūjana-vidhi m. -vrata n. N. of wks

siddhisādhaka

  1. ○sādhaka m. or n. N. of a Vedânta wk

siddhisādhana

  1. ○sādhana n. a means of obtaining beatitude or perfection or magical power Pañcar

siddhisopāna

  1. ○sopāna n. 'ladder of success', N. of a Tantra wk

siddhisthāna

  1. ○sthāna n. 'place of felicity', any sacred spot where pilgrims may obtain beatitude (such as on the Ganges &c.) Pur. Śukas
  2. the part of a medical work dealing with the efficacious treatment of disease Car

siddhiśvara

  1. siddh�iśvara m. 'lord of magical power, N. of Śiva Kathās
  2. n. N. of a district sacred to Śiva ib

siddhika

  1. siddhika (ifc.) = 2. siddhi, supernatural power Kathās

siddhīkṛta

  1. siddhī-kṛta mfn. accomplished, finished Mṛicch

siddhy

  1. siddhy in comp. for 2. siddhi

siddhyartham

  1. ○artham ind. for the sake of accomplishing or obtaining Yājñ

siddhyasiddhi

  1. ○asiddhi f. du. success and misfortune Bhag

sidhma

  1. sidhmá mfn. (for 2. See p. 1217, col. 1) going straight to a goal or object aimed at RV. i, 33, 13

sidhya

  1. sidhya m. 'auspicious', N. of the asterism Pushya L. [Page 1217, Column]

sidhra

  1. sidhrá mf(ā́)n. = 1. sidhmá RV
  2. successful, efficacious ib
  3. perfect, good Uṇ. ii, 13 Sch
  4. m. a kind of tree ib

sidhraka

  1. sidhraka m. a kind of tree KātyŚr

sidhrakā

  1. sidhrakā in comp. for sidhraka

sidhrakāvaṇa

  1. ○vaṇa n. (cf. g. koṭarâdi) N. of one of the celestial gardens L

sidhrakāvat

  1. ○vat See saidhrakāvata

sidhma

  1. sidhmá mf(ā)n. (of doubtful derivation) white-spotted (accord. to others 'leprous') TS
  2. (ā), f. a blotch, leprous spot MW
  3. leprosy ib
  4. m. n. one of the 18 forms of leprosy (= mahākuṣṭha) Car. Bhpr
  5. n. a blotch, scab W

sidhma

  1. sidhma in comp. for sidhman

sidhmapuṣpikā

  1. ○puṣpikā f. a kind of mild leprosy L

sidhmavat

  1. ○vat mfn. leprous Pāṇ. 5-2, 97
  2. blotchy, pock-marked W

sidhman

  1. sidhman m. n. one of the 1 8 varieties of leprosy (= kṣudra-kuṣṭha) Suśr. MBh. &c

sidhmala

  1. sidhmalá mfn. leprous TBr. Pāṇ. 5-2, 97
  2. (ā), f. a kind of leprosy Col
  3. dried or salt fish L

sina

  1. sína n. (accord. to some fr. a √sā = ? in ?
  2. fr. which also sinva, sinvat in a-s○
  3. for 1. sina See p. 1213, col. 1) provision, store (accord. to Naigh. = anna, 'food'
  4. accord. to others 'reward, pay') RV
  5. m. (only L.) the body
  6. a garment
  7. Careya Arborea
  8. (ī), f. = sinīvālī KāśīKh
  9. mt(ī)n. white (= 3. sita) L
  10. blind, one eyed (= kāṇa) L

sinavat

  1. ○vat (sina-), mfn. abundant, copious RV

sinī

  1. sinī (f. of prec.), in comp. (?)

sinīpati

  1. ○pati m. N. of a warrior (vḷ. śin○) Hariv

sinīvāka

  1. ○vāka m. N. of a man (vḷ. sil○) MBh

sinīvālī

  1. sinīvālī f. (of doubtful derivation) N. of a goddess (in RV. described as broadhipped, fair-armed, fair-fingered, presiding over fecundity and easy birth, and invoked with Sarasvatī, Rākā &c. ; in AV. she is called the wife of Vishṇu ; in later Vedic texts she is the presiding deity of the first day of new moon, as Rākā of the actual day of full moon), the first day of new moon when it rises with a scarcely visible crescent RV. &c. &c
  2. N. of a daughter of Aṅgiras MBh
  3. of the wife of Dhātṛi and mother of Darśa BhP
  4. of Durgā L
  5. of a river MārkP

sinīvālīkuhūśānti

  1. ○kuhū-śānti f. N. of a religious ceremony (for averting the evil effects of being born on Sinīvalī and Kuhū days) Saṃskārak

sinduka

  1. sinduka m. (of unknown derivation) = sinduvāra L
  2. (ā), f. id. L

sinduvāra

  1. sinduvāra m. (cf. sindhu-v○) Vitex Negundo Kāv. VarBṛS. (also ○raka L.)
  2. n. the berry of that plant Kum

sindūra

  1. sindūra m. (accord. to Uṇ. i, 69, fr. √syand) a sort of tree L
  2. a proper N. Cat
  3. (ī), f. red cloth or clothes L
  4. Grislea Tomentosa L
  5. another plant (= -puṣpī) L
  6. = rocanī L
  7. n. red lead, minium, vermilion Kāv. Kathās. &c
  8. (= rakta-śāsana, rāja-lekha, and rāja-lekhitadakṣiṇa L.)

sindūrakāraṇa

  1. ○kāraṇa n. 'origin of minium', lead L

sindūratilaka

  1. ○tilaka m. (ifc. f. ā) a mark on the forehead made with red lead Kathās
  2. 'marked with red lead', an elephant L
  3. (ā), f. a woman whose forehead is marked with red lead (and therefore whose husband is living) L

sindūranirgama

  1. ○nirgama m. N. of a ch. of GaṇP. ii

sindūrapuṣpī

  1. ○puṣpī f. a kind of plant (= viira-puṣpī) L

sindūraprakāra

  1. ○prakāra m. N. of wk. (also -ṭīkā f.) W

sindūrarasa

  1. ○rasa m. a partic. preparation of quicksilver L

sindūrikā

  1. sindūrikā f. red lead, minium W

sindūrita

  1. sindūrita mfn. reddened, made red Śiś

sindha

  1. sindha See kús○, p. 298, col. 1

sindhi

  1. sindhi n. (perhaps connected with next) rock-salt L

sindhu

  1. síndhu m. and f. (prob. fr. √1 . sidh', to go') a river, stream (esp. the Indus, and in this sense said to be the only river regarded as m. See -nada, col. 2) RV. &c. &c
  2. m. flood, waters (also in the sky) RV. AV
  3. ocean, sea RV. &c. &c
  4. a symbolical term for the number 4 (cf. 1. samudra) Gaṇit
  5. N. of Varuṇa (as god of the ocean) MW
  6. the moisture of the lips Kum
  7. water ejected from an elephant's trunk (= vamathu) L
  8. the exudation from an elephant's temples L
  9. the country around the Indus (commonly called Sindh
  10. pl. 'the inhabitants of Sindh') MBh. Kāv. &c
  11. a king of Sindh (?) Cat
  12. N. of Vishṇu RV. MBh
  13. white or refined borax (= śveta-ṭaṅkaṇa) L
  14. = sindhuka L
  15. (in music) a partic. Rāga, Saṃgītas
  16. N. of a king of the Gandharvas R. [Page 1217, Column]
  17. of a serpent-demon Buddh
  18. of various men Rājat

sindhukanyā

  1. ○kanyā f. 'daughter of the ocean', N. of Lakshmi Pañcar. (also kṣīrôda-sindhu-k○)

sindhukapha

  1. ○kapha m. 'sea-foam', cuttle-fish bone L

sindhukara

  1. ○kara n. a kind of borax ib. (prob. incorrect)

sindhukārikā

  1. ○kārikā wṛ. for -vārikā Car

sindhukṣit

  1. ○kṣit m. N. of a Rājarshi (author of the hymn RV. x, 75 and having the patr. Praiyamedha) PañcavBr

sindhukhela

  1. ○khela m. 'played or flowed over by the Indus', the country Sindh L

sindhugañja

  1. ○gañja m. a treasury built by Sindhu Rājat

sindhuja

  1. ○ja mfn. ocean-born, river-born, aquatic W
  2. born or produced in the country Sindh MBh
  3. (ā), f. N. of Lakshmī (as produced at the churning of the ocean) Cat
  4. n. rock-salt Suśr

sindhujanman

  1. ○janman mfn. ocean-born MW
  2. produced in Sindh ib
  3. m. the moon L
  4. n. rock-salt ib

sindhuḍā

  1. ○ḍā (?), f. N. of a Rāgiṇī Saṃgīt

sindhutas

  1. ○tás ind. from the Sindhu AV

sindhutīrasambhava

  1. ○tīra-sambhava n. a kind of borax L

sindhudatta

  1. ○datta m. N. of a man Daś

sindhudeśa

  1. ○deśa m. the country of Sindh Cat

sindhudvīpa

  1. ○dvīpa m. N. of a king MBh
  2. of the author of the hymn RV. x, 9 (having the patr. Āmbarīsha) Hariv. VP
  3. of other men MBh. BhP

sindhunada

  1. ○nada m. the river Indus VarBṛS
  2. N. of a southern river Cat
  3. of a country ib

sindhunandana

  1. ○nandana m. 'son of the ocean', the moon (one of the 14 precious things recovered by churning the ocean after the flood) L

sindhunātha

  1. ○nātha m. 'lord of rivers', the ocean Śiś

sindhupati

  1. ○pati mḷord of the flood RV
  2. 'lord of Sindh', N. of Jayad-ratha MBh

sindhupatnī

  1. ○patnī (síndhu-), f. having the Sindhu for mistress AV

sindhupatha

  1. ○patha m. g. deva-pathâdi

sindhuparṇī

  1. ○parṇī f. Gmelina Arborea L

sindhupāraja

  1. ○pāra-ja mfn. born or produced on the Indus (said of a horse) L

sindhupiba

  1. ○piba m. N. of Agastya Naish

sindhuputra

  1. ○putra m. 'son of the ocean', the moon L
  2. Diospyros Tomentosa ib

sindhupulinda

  1. ○pulinda m. pl. N. of a people MW

sindhupuṣpa

  1. ○puṣpa m. 'sea-flower', a conch-shell L

sindhuprasūta

  1. ○prasūta n. rock-salt Suśr

sindhumathya

  1. ○mathya mfn. produced at the churning of the ocean BhP

sindhumadhya

  1. ○madhya N. of a district Cat

sindhumantha

  1. ○mantha m. the churning of the ocean MW
  2. 'ocean churningstick', a mountain (accord. to some) ib
  3. -ja n. rock-salt L

sindhumātṛ

  1. ○mātṛ (síndhu-), f. the mother of streams (said of the river Sarasvati) RV
  2. mfn. having the sea as mother ib

sindhumitra

  1. ○mitra m. N. of a man, g. kāśyâdi

sindhumukha

  1. ○mukha n. the mouth of a river MW
  2. ○khâgata mfn. arrived at the mouth of a river ib

sindhurāja

  1. ○rāja m. 'king of rivers', the ocean MaitrUp. Kāv
  2. 'king of Sindh', N. of Jayad-ratha MBh. Hariv. &c
  3. of a Muni R

sindhurājñī

  1. ○rājñī (síndhu-), f. having the Sindhu as queen AV

sindhurāva

  1. ○rāva m. Vitex Negundo Pañcar. (wṛ. for -vāra)

sindhulavaṇa

  1. ○lavaṇa n. rock-salt L

sindhuvaktra

  1. ○vaktra N. of a place ( saindhuvaktraka)

sindhuvāra

  1. ○vāra m. Vitex Negundo MBh. R. Suśr. Pañcar
  2. a horse (of a good breed) brought from Sindh L. (cf. -pāra-ja above)

sindhuvāraka

  1. ○vāraka m. (Suśr.) or (Car.) or (Car.) or (L.) Vitex Negundo

sindhuvārikā

  1. ○vārikā f. (Car.) or (L.) Vitex Negundo

sindhuvārita

  1. ○vārita m. (L.) Vitex Negundo

sindhuvāsin

  1. ○vāsin mfn. living in Sindh MW
  2. (inī), f. N. of the family-deity of the Māṇṭis Cat

sindhuvāhas

  1. ○vāhas (síndhu-), mfn. (perhaps) passing through the sea or navigating RV. (accord. to Sāy. = nadīnām pravāhayitā)

sindhuvīrya

  1. ○vīrya m. N. of a king of the Madras MārkP

sindhuvṛṣa

  1. ○vṛṣa m. N. of Vishṇu L

sindhuveṣaṇa

  1. ○veṣaṇa m. Gmelina Arborea L

sindhuśayana

  1. ○śayana m. 'ocean-reclining', N. of Vishṇu ib

sindhuṣāman

  1. ○ṣāman (for -sāman), n. N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr. Lāṭy

sindhuṣeṇa

  1. ○ṣeṇa (for -sena), m. N. of a king of Sindh Mudr

sindhusaṃgama

  1. ○saṃgama m. 'sea-confluence', the mouth of a river Rājat

sindhusamudrasaṃgama

  1. ○samudra-saṃgama m. N. of a place MW

sindhusarja

  1. ○sarja m. the Sāl tree L

sindhusāgara

  1. ○sāgara the country between the mouths of the Indus and the sea Inscr

sindhusūnu

  1. ○sūnu m. patr. of Jālaṃ-dhara Cat

sindhusṛtya

  1. ○sṛ́tya n. the flowing in streams AV

sindhusauvīra

  1. ○sauvīra m. pl. N. of a people inhabiting the country round the Indus (in comp. also N. of the country) AV. Pariś. MBh. R. &c
  2. a king of the above people VarBṛS

sindhusauvīraka

  1. ○sauvīraka m. pl. N. of a people (= prec.) ib

sindhūttama

  1. sindhū7ttama n. N. of a Tīrtha MBh

sindhūttha

  1. sindhū7ttha m. the moon L
  2. n. rock-salt. Suśr

sindhūdbhava

  1. sindhū7dbhava (ib.) or (L.), n. rock-salt

sindhūdhūpala

  1. sindhū7ḍdhū7pala (L.), n. rock-salt

sindhuka

  1. sindhuka mfn. marine W
  2. born or produced in Sindh VP
  3. m. Vitex Negundo VarBṛS
  4. N. of a king VP

sindhura

  1. sindhura m. an elephant Rājat. Śukas
  2. N. of the number eight Gaṇit

sindhuradveṣin

  1. ○dveṣin m. 'elephant-hater', a lion L

sindhurāgirimāhātmya

  1. sindhurā-giri-māhātmya n. N. of ch. of the Padma-purāṇa

sindhula

  1. sindhula m. N. of the father of Bhoja Cat

sinv

  1. sinv See √ninv, p. 549. col. 2. [Page 1217, Column]

sinva

  1. sinva sinvat, See a-s○, p. 121, col. 1

sipāhaṇa

  1. sipāhaṇa N. of a place Cat

sipila

  1. sipila m. N. of a man Buddh

sipunā

  1. sipunā f. a kind of plant Kauś

sipra

  1. sipra m. (less correctly śipra
  2. derivation unknown) sweat, perspiration L
  3. the moon L
  4. (ā), f. a woman's zone L
  5. a female buffalo L
  6. N. of a river near Ujjayinī Kālid. VarBṛS. &c
  7. n. N. of a lake KālP

siprāya

  1. siprāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to emit cold perspiration Car

siphinnā

  1. siphinnā f. N. of a village, Rāijat

sibh

  1. sibh or simbh, See √sṛbh

sim

  1. sim ind., g. câdi

sim

  1. sim (in Vedic gram.) a technical term for the eight simple vowels (viz. a, ā, i, ī, u, ū, ṛ, ṝ)

sima

  1. simá mfn. (prob. connected with 1. sama
  2. abl. simásmāt dat. simásmai
  3. voc. símā [Padap. sima RV. viii, 4]
  4. n. pl. síme) all, every, whole, entire (accord. to some = śreṣṭha
  5. accord. to others = ātman, one's self') RV

sima

  1. síma m. = śíma VS. (accord. to Mahīdh. = sīmā, rekhā)

simasimāya

  1. simasimāya (onomat.), Ā. ○yate, to bubble, simmer, crackle Vās. MārkP

simisimāya

  1. simisimāya Ā. ○yate, to quiver (with irritability, itch &c.) Kathās

simā

  1. simā f. pl. a partic. Sāman (consisting of the Mahā-nāmni verses
  2. -tva n.) Br

simīka

  1. simīka m. a kind of small worm or insect L

simba

  1. simba simbala, simbi &c. See śimb○, p. 1072, col. 2

simba

  1. simba m. N. of a man Rājat

simbarāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of an author Cat

simbatikā

  1. simbatikā f. (cf. simbikā) a kind of pod or legume Suśr

simbhuka

  1. simbhuka mṆ. of a mythical bird Pañcat

sira

  1. sira m. = 1. śira, the √of Piper Longum L

sirā

  1. sirā f. (fr. √sṛ) a stream, water RV. i, 121 (cf. Naigh. i, 12
  2. often written śirā)
  3. any tubular vessel of the body, a nerve, vein, artery, tendon &c. Suśr. Yājñ. MBh. &c
  4. a vein-like channel or narrow stream of river water VarBṛS
  5. lines which cross each other like veins ib
  6. a bucket, baling-vessel L

sirājāla

  1. ○jāla n. a network of vessels or veins MBh. Suśr
  2. an enlargement of the vessels of the eye W
  3. -vat mfn. covered with a network of veins Suśr

sirāpattra

  1. ○pattra m. the sacred fig-tree L
  2. Phoenix Paludosa L

sirāpraharṣa

  1. ○praharṣa m. = sirā-harṣa Suśr

sirābīja

  1. ○bīja n. g. rāja-dantâdi

sirāmūla

  1. ○mūla n. '√of the veins', the navel ib

sirāmokṣa

  1. ○mokṣa m. 'vein-loosing', blood-letting, venesection ib

sirāmbu

  1. ○"ṣmbu (sirâmbu), n. the fluid in the vessels of the body, blood &c. HPariś

sirāvṛtta

  1. ○vṛtta n. lead L

sirāvedha

  1. ○vedha m. (Rāghav.),

sirāvedhana

  1. ○vedhana n. (Car.),

sirāvyadha

  1. ○vyadha m. and (Suśr.) piercing the veins, venesection

sirāvyadhana

  1. ○vyadhana n. (Suśr.) piercing the veins, venesection

sirāharṣa

  1. ○harṣa m. thrill of the nerves MW
  2. an intensified form of sirêtpāta below Suśr
  3. flow of discoloured tears W

sirotpāta

  1. sirôtpāta m. a disease of the white of the eyes, redness of the veins Suśr
  2. ŚārṅgS

sirāla

  1. sirāla mf(ā)n. having numerous or large veins VarBṛS
  2. m. pl. N. of a people VP
  3. (ā), f. a kind of plant L
  4. n. the fruit of Averrhoa Carambola L

sirālaka

  1. sirālaka m. Vitis Quadrangularis L

sirālu

  1. sirālu mfn. = (or wṛ. for) sirāla VarBṛS

siridhra

  1. siridhra or ○rindhra g. kulālâdi

sirī

  1. sirī́ m. or f. (prob.) a shuttle (others, 'a weaver') RV. x, 71, 9

silaka

  1. silaka vḷ. for śilaka (q.v.)

silācī

  1. silācī́ f. a partic. medicinal plant AV. [Page 1218, Column]

silāñjālā

  1. silāñjālā f. (prob.) a partic. plant AV

silikamadhyama

  1. sílika-madhyama mfn. (said of the horses of the Sun
  2. accord. to Nir. = saṃsṛtamadhyama, or śīrṣa-madhyama) RV. i, 163, 10

silisilika

  1. silisilika m. resin Kauś. (Sch.)

silīvāka

  1. silī-vāka vḷ. for sinī-v○ (q v)

sillakī

  1. sillakī f. = śallakī, Boswellia Thurifera L

sillana

  1. sillana m. N. of a man Rājat

sillarāja

  1. silla-rāja m. N. of a man ib

silha

  1. silha m. incense, olibanum L

silhabhūmikā

  1. ○bhūmikā f. the olibanum tree L

silhasāra

  1. ○sāra n. olibanum L

silhaka

  1. silhaka m. (also written sihlaka) olibanum L
  2. (ī), f. the olibanum tree, Liquidambar Orientale Bhpr

silhakamaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī)n. made of olibanum Hcat

siv

  1. siv cl. 4. P. (Dhātup. xxvi, 2) sī́vyati (Ved. also ○te
  2. pf. siṣeva Gr
  3. aor. aseviit ib
  4. fut. sevitā, seviṣyati ib
  5. ind. p. syūtva or sevitvā ib
  6. -sī́vya AV.), to sew, sew on, darn, stitch, stitch together, (fig.) join, unite RV. &c. &c.: Caus. sīvayati (Lalit.) or sevayati (aor. asīṣivat Gr.), to sew, stitch: Desid. siseviṣati or susyūṣati Gr.: Intens. seṣīvyate ib. [Cf. Gk. ? = ? ; Lat. suere sutor ; [1218,] Slav. s8iti ; Goth. siujan ; Angl. Sax. seówian ; Eng. sew.]

siva

  1. siva or m. one who sews or stitches, a sewer, stitcher L

sivaka

  1. sivaka m. one who sews or stitches, a sewer, stitcher L

sivasa

  1. sivasa m. a verse L
  2. cloth L

sivāku

  1. sivāku m. a Ṛishi L

sīvaka

  1. sīvaka m. a sewer (ikā f.) Kālac

sīvana

  1. sīvana n. sewing, stitching Suśr
  2. a seam, suture MW
  3. (ī), f. a needle ib
  4. the frenum of the prepuce L
  5. the part of the body of a horse below the anus L

sīvya

  1. sīvya mfn. to be sewn Car

sevaka

  1. sevaka

sevana

  1. sevana See 2. sev○ s.v

sivata

  1. sivata (?), m. pl. N. of a people VP

sivara

  1. sivara m. an elephant L

siṣaṃgrāmayiṣu

  1. siṣaṃgrāmayiṣu mfn. = sisaṃgr○ below W

siṣādhayiṣā

  1. siṣādhayiṣā f. (fr. Desid. of Caus. of √1. sādh) the wish to establish or prove Bhāshāp

siṣādhayiṣu

  1. siṣādhayiṣu mfn. (also written sisādh○) desirous of accomplishing or effecting, aiming at (acc.) Āpast. Baudh. BhP
  2. seeking to prove or demonstrate Jaim. Sch

siṣāsatu

  1. siṣāsátu mfn. (fr. Desid. of √sā, or san) wishing to gain or obtain (gen.) RV

siṣāsani

  1. siṣāsáni mfn. id. ib

siṣāsu

  1. siṣāsú mfn. id. ib
  2. ready to give AV. AitBr

siṣṇu

  1. siṣṇu mfn. ready to give RV

siṣevayiṣu

  1. siṣevayiṣu mfn. (fr. Desid. of Caus. of √sev) wishing to honour or worship Cat

siṣṇāsu

  1. siṣṇāsu mfn. (fr. √snā) wishing to bathe MBh. (C. sisn○)

sisnāsu

  1. sisnāsu mfn. id. Kād

siṣmiyāṇa

  1. siṣmiyāṇa siṣvidāna, See √smi and √svid

sisaṃgrāmayiṣu

  1. sisaṃgrāmayiṣu mfn. (fr. Desid. of √saṃgrām) wishing or intending to make war, eager or desirous to fight Bhaṭṭ

sisanis

  1. sisanis mfn. (fr. Desid. of √san) Pat

sisādhayiṣu

  1. sisādhayiṣu See siṣādh○

sisikṣā

  1. sisikṣā f. (fr. √sic) the desire of sprinkling or watering Śiś

sisṛkṣā

  1. sisṛkṣā f. (fr. Desid. of √sṛj) wish or purpose to create (with gen. or ifc.) Mn. Hariv. BhP

sisṛkṣu

  1. sisṛkṣu mfn. wishing to let flow or emit MBh
  2. wishing or purposing to create Mn. MBh. &c. [Page 1218, Column]

sisnāsu

  1. sisnāsu See col. 1

sisrat

  1. sisrat See √sṛ

sihuṇḍa

  1. sihuṇḍa m. (cf. sīh○) a kind of spurge, Euphorbia Antiquorum (= snuhi) L

sihla

  1. sihla sihlaka &c. See silh○, col. 1

  1. sī a word used in learning letters (?) Divyâv

  1. sī (either invented to account for sītā below or a lost √meaning) 'to draw a straight line'

sītā

  1. sītā f. (less correctly written śītā
  2. cf. sīmán, sīra) a furrow, the track or line of a ploughshare (also personified, and apparently once worshipped as a kind of goddess resembling Pomona
  3. in RV. iv, 57, 6, Sitā is invoked as presiding over agriculture or the fruits of the earth
  4. in VS. xii, 69-72, Sitā, the Furrow' is again personified and addressed, four furrows being required to be drawn at the ceremony when the above stanzas are recited
  5. in TBr. she is called sāvitrī, and in PārGṛ. indra-patnī, 'the wife of Indra'
  6. in epic poetry Sitā is the wife of Rāmacandra and daughter of Janaka, king of Mithilā, capital of Videha, who was otherwise called Sīradhvaja
  7. she was named Sitā because fabled to have sprung from a furrow made by Janaka while ploughing the ground to prepare it for a sacrifice instituted by him to obtain progeny, whence her epithet Ayoni-jā, 'not womb-born'
  8. her other common names, Maithilī and Vaidehī, are from the place of her birth
  9. according to one legend she was Vedavatī, q.v., in the Kṛita age
  10. accord. to others she was an incarnation of Lakshmi and of Umā
  11. the story of Rāma's bending the bow, which was to be the condition of the gift of Sitā, is told in R. i, 67
  12. Sītā's younger sister Urmilā was at the same time given to Lakshmaṇa, and two nieces of Janaka, daughters of his brother king Kusa-dhvaja, to Bharata and Śatrughna) RV. &c. &c. IW. 335, n. 1 ; 337 &c
  13. N. of a form of Dākshāyaṇī Cat
  14. of a poetess Cat
  15. of a river MBh. R. &c
  16. of the eastern branch of the four mythical branches of the heavenly Ganges (into which it is supposed to divide after falling on mount Meru
  17. this branch is fabled to flow into the Varsha or Dviipa called Bhadrâva) L
  18. of an Upanishad Cat
  19. spirituous liquor W

sītākalyāna

  1. ○kalyāna N. of a Kāvya

sītākuṇḍa

  1. ○kuṇḍa N. of a small cavity or hollow in the ground consecrated to Sitā and filled with water W

sītāgoptṛ

  1. ○goptṛ m. a protector of the furrow PārGṛ

sītāgaurīvrata

  1. ○gaurī-vrata n

sītācaraṇacāmara

  1. ○caraṇa-cāmara N. of wks

sītājāni

  1. ○jāni m. 'having Sitā as wife', N. of Rāma candra Śukas

sītātīrthamāhātmya

  1. ○tīrtha-māhātmya n

sītādivyacaritra

  1. ○divyacaritra n. N. of wks

sītādravya

  1. ○dravya n. an implement of husbandry Mn. ix, 293

sītānadī

  1. ○nadī f. N. of a river HPariś

sītānanda

  1. ○nanda m

sītānavamīvratamāhātmya

  1. ○navamī-vrata-māhātmya n. N. of wks

sītāpati

  1. ○pati (or ○tāyāḥ-pati), m. 'husband of Sitā', N. of Rāma RāmatUp

sītāphala

  1. ○phala m. 'bearing Sitā's fruit', Annona Squamosa MW
  2. n. the fruit itself ib

sītāyajña

  1. ○yajña m. a sacrifice offered to the Furrow GṛS
  2. mfn. sacrificing to the Furrow Hariv

sītārāghavanāṭaka

  1. ○rāghava-nāṭaka n. N. of a drama

sītārāma

  1. ○rāma m. N. of various authors and other persons Cat
  2. du. Sitā and Rāma RTL. 184
  3. -candra mf. N. of a king ib
  4. -tattva-prakāśa m. -paddhati, N. of wks
  5. -paralīkara (?), m. N. of an author Cat
  6. -yantrôddhāra m. -vihāra or ○ra-kāvya n. N. of wks
  7. -śāstrin m. N. of various authors Cat
  8. -saṃkīrtana n. N. of wk
  9. -sūri m. N. of an author Cat
  10. -stotra, n
  11. ○mânujīya n. ○mâṣṭaka n. ○mâṣṭôttara-śata-nāman n. N. of wks

sītāloṣṭa

  1. ○loṣṭa or m. n. a clod taken from a furrow Gobh

sītāloṣṭha

  1. ○loṣṭha m. n. a clod taken from a furrow Gobh

sītāvana

  1. ○vana See śītavana

sītāvallabha

  1. ○vallabha m. 'beloved by Sitā', N. of Rāma RāmatUp

sītāvijayacampū

  1. ○vijaya-campū f

sītāvivāha

  1. ○vivāha m. N. of wks

sītāśruti

  1. ○śruti f. f. news of Sītā R

sītāṣṭottaraśatanāmāvali

  1. ○"ṣṣṭôttara-śata-nāmâvali (○tâṣ○), f

sītāsahasranāman

  1. ○sahasra-nāman n

sītāsahasranāmastotra

  1. ○sahasranāma-stotra n

sītāstava

  1. ○stava m

sītāstuti

  1. ○stuti f

sītāstotra

  1. ○stotra n

sītāsvayaṃvara

  1. ○svayaṃvara m. N. of wks

sītāharaṇa

  1. ○haraṇa n. 'the carrying off of Sītā', N. of a ch. of R

sītāhāra

  1. ○"ṣhāra (○tâh○), m. 'Sītā's food', Lycopodium Phlegmaria ib

sītopaniṣad

  1. sītôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad

sītormile

  1. sītôrmile f. du. Sitā and Ūrmilā MW

sītya

  1. sītya mfn. ploughed Pāṇ. L
  2. n. corn, grain L. [prob. Gk. ?]. [1218,]

sīk

  1. sīk &c. See √śīk, p. 1077, col. 1

sīkṣ

  1. sīkṣ sīkṣati, See √1. sah, p. 1192. [Page 1218, Column]

sīkhā

  1. sīkhā f. N. of a village Inscr

sīt

  1. sīt See śīt, p. 1077, col. 3

sītavana

  1. sīta-vana or sītā-vana, v. l. for śītavana

sītīnaka

  1. sītīnaka m. = satīnaka, pease, pulse W

sītīlaka

  1. sītīlaka m. id. L

sītkāra

  1. sīt-kāra sīt-kṛta, See under śīt

sīd

  1. sīd sīdati, See √2. sad, p. 1138, col. 2

sīda

  1. sīda See kúsīda, p. 298, col. 1

sīdantīya

  1. sīdantīya n. (fr. sīdantas, the first word of RV. viii, 21, 5) N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr

sīdya

  1. sīdya n. slothfulness, idleness, insolence L

sīdhu

  1. sīdhu m. (L. also f. and n
  2. less correctly śīdhu, of unknown derivation) spirituous liquor distilled from molasses, rum (or any similar spirit, also fig. = 'nectar') MBh. Kāv. &c

sīdhugandha

  1. ○gandha m. 'having the smell of rum or spirituous liquor', the plant or tree Mimusops Elengi (= bakula) L

sīdhupa

  1. ○pa mf(ā, or ī)n. drinking spirits Pāṇ. 3-2, 8 Vārtt. 1

sīdhupāna

  1. ○pāna n. the drinking of spirits MBh

sīdhupuṣpa

  1. ○puṣpa m. the Bakula tree L
  2. the Kadamba tree L
  3. (ī), f. Grislea Tomentosa (vḷ. svādu-p○) L

sīdhurasa

  1. ○rasa m. 'having juice like spirituous liquor, the Mango tree L

sīdhusaṃjña

  1. ○saṃjña m. the Bakula tree L

sīdhra

  1. sīdhra n. the anus L

sīpa

  1. sīpa m. a vessel (for making libations) L

sīpāla

  1. sīpāla sīpālila, See śīp○, p. 1078

sībalā

  1. sībalā f. a partic. plant (growing on Hima-vat) TBr

sīm

  1. sīm ind. (originally acc. of a pron. base and connected with sa as kīm with ka) him, her, it, them (employed for all genders, numbers and persons [cf. id
  2. īm, and Gk. ?, ?]
  3. and often weakened [1218,] into a generalizing and emphasizing particle, which may become an enclitic particle after a pronoun or preposition, = ? or cunque, often translatable by 'ever') RV

sīman

  1. sīmán m. ( See 2. sī and sītā) a separation or parting of the hair so as to leave a line AV. Br. AitUp
  2. a suture of the skull L
  3. f. or n. a boundary, border, bounds, limit, margin, frontier (lit. and fig.) Yājñ. Kāv. Pur
  4. f. a ridge serving to mark the boundary of a field or village Āpast. VarBṛS
  5. a bank, shore L
  6. the horizon L
  7. the utmost limit of anything, furthest extent, summit, acme, ne plus ultra Kāv. Inscr
  8. the scrotum Pat. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 36
  9. a partic. high number Buddh
  10. the nape of the neck L

sīma

  1. sīma (only in loc. sīme) a boundary, limit Inscr

sīma

  1. sīma in comp. for sīman (or sometimes a mere shortened form of 1. sīmā)

sīmatas

  1. ○tas ind. from the boundary or summit VS

sīmadharasvāmin

  1. ○dhara-svāmin m. 'observing the bounds (of morality or decorum)', N. of a man Śatr

sīmaliṅga

  1. ○liṅga n. (ct. sīmā-l○) a boundary-mark, land-mark Mn. viii, 254

sīmaka

  1. sīmaka (ifc.) = sīman, a boundary, limit Pat. Pañcar

sīmanta

  1. sīmánta m. (ifc. ā
  2. cf. sīmânta) parting of the hair AV. GṛŚrS. MBh. &c
  3. = sīmantôn-nayana below Yājñ. i, 11
  4. a line of separation on the human body (14 are enumerated, corresponding to the joints of the bones or Asthi-saṃghātas) Suśr
  5. a boundary, limit MBh
  6. N. of a son of king Bhadra-sena Cat
  7. of a poet ib

sīmantakaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. the act or ceremony of parting the hair Gobh

sīmantakarmapaddhati

  1. ○karmapaddhati f. N. of wk

sīmantadṛśvan

  1. ○dṛśvan mfn. (perhaps for sīmânta-d○) = pāra-dṛśvan Hcar

sīmantamaṇi

  1. ○maṇi m. = cūḍā-maṇi Prasannar

sīmantavat

  1. ○vat mfn. separated or parted by a straight line Kir. Sch

sīmantavidhi

  1. ○vidhi m. N. of wk

sīmantonnayana

  1. sīmantônnayana n. 'the parting or dividing of the hair', N. of one of the 12 Saṃskāras (observed by women in the fourth, sixth or eighth month of pregnancy) GṛS. RTL
  2. -prayoga m. -mantra m. pl. N. of wks

sīmantaka

  1. sīmantaka mf(ikā)n. having the hair parted (in pregnancy, See above) Gṛihyās
  2. m. hair-parting
  3. (with Jainas) N. of a prince in one of the seven Jaina hells L
  4. (am), n. red lead, vermilion (with which a mark is made along the division of the hair) L
  5. a kind of ruby L. [Page 1219, Column]

sīmantaya

  1. sīmantaya Nom. P. ○yati, to make a parting, traverse (the sea) in a straight line Rājat

sīmantita

  1. sīmantita mfn. marked by a straight line, parted (as hair) Kir. Kathās

sīmantin

  1. sīmantin mfn. parted (as hair) Suśr
  2. wearing the hair parted (as a pregnant woman) ŚāṅkhGṛ. Sch
  3. (ī), f. a woman MBh. Kāv. &c
  4. N. of a woman Cat

sīmā

  1. sīmā f. (ifc. f. ā) parting of the hair ( See susīma)
  2. a boundary, landmark Mn. MBh. &c
  3. rule of moraliy ( See comp.)

sīmākṛṣāṇa

  1. ○kṛṣāṇa mfn. ploughing on the border of a landmark Yājñ

sīmāgiri

  1. ○giri m. a boundary mountain BhP

sīmājñāna

  1. ○"ṣjñāna (○mâj○), n. ignorance of boundaries Mn. viii, 249

sīmātikramanotsava

  1. ○"ṣtikramanôtsava (○mât○), m. a festival at the passing of a boundary Cat

sīmādhipa

  1. ○"ṣdhipa (○mâdh○), m. a frontier-guardian, keeper of the borders Pañcat
  2. a neighbouring king MW

sīmāniścaya

  1. ○niścaya m. a legal decision in regard to landmarks and boundaries ib

sīmānta

  1. ○"ṣnta (○mán○), m. a border, boundary (-bhūpāla m. 'a neighbouring king' Campak. [sīmāla wṛ.]), Bṛihasp. Yājñ. Kām. &c
  2. (fig.) bounds MBh
  3. the boundary of a village VarBṛS. R
  4. mf(ā)n. bounded by a landmark Hariv
  5. -pūjana n. the act of honouring a village boundary &c. MW
  6. doing honour to a bridegroom when he arrives at the village boundary A
  7. -lekhā f. the utmost limit Kād
  8. the extremity ib

sīmāntara

  1. ○"ṣntara (○mân○), n. the boundary of a village MBh. Ṛitus

sīmāpahārin

  1. ○"ṣpahārin (○mâp○), mfn. one who takes away boundary-marks Pañcar

sīmāpāla

  1. ○pāla m. = -"ṣdhipa MārkP. Pañcat

sīmābandha

  1. ○bandha m. a depository of rules of morality Divyâv

sīmāliṅga

  1. ○liṅga n. a boundary-mark, landmark Mn. . ib. Sch

sīmāvāda

  1. ○vāda m. a dispute about boundaries Mn. Vcar

sīmāvinirṇaya

  1. ○vinirṇaya m. (legal) decision of disputed questions about boundaries and landmarks Mn. viii, 258 ; 266

sīmāvivāda

  1. ○vivāda m. litigation about boundṭboundaries Mn. Yājñ. Sch
  2. -dharma m. the law respecting disputes about boundṭboundaries MW

sīmāvṛkṣa

  1. ○vṛkṣa m. 'boundṭboundary tree', a tree serving as a boundṭboundaries-mark Mn. viii, 246
  2. (fig.) one whose example is followed by others MBh

sīmāsaṃdhi

  1. ○saṃdhi m. the meeting of two boundaries Mn. viii, 248 ; 261

sīmāsetu

  1. ○setu m. a ridge or causeway serving as a boundary ib. viii, 262
  2. -vinirṇaya m. (legal) decision about boundaries and barriers MW

sīmollaṅghana

  1. sīmôllaṅghana n. the transgressing of a boundary, trespass, passing a frontier ib

sīmā

  1. sīmā f. pl. = simā ŚBr. Sch

sīmika

  1. sīmika m. a kind of tree L
  2. an ant or similar small insect L
  3. an ant-hill L
  4. (ā), f. an ant L

sīmīka

  1. sīmīka m. (prob. wṛ. for prec.) a kind of tree L

sīyaka

  1. sīyaka m. N. of a family of kings Inscr

sīra

  1. sī́ra m. n. (for derivation See sītā) a plough RV. &c. &c
  2. m. an ox for ploughing, draught-ox Kauś
  3. the sun Nir. ix, 40
  4. Calotropis Gigantea L

sīradeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of a grammarian Cat

sīradhvaja

  1. ○dhvaja m. 'plough-bannered', N. of Janaka Bālar
  2. of Balarāma VP
  3. of a son of Hrasva-roman ib

sīrapati

  1. ○pati (sī́ra-), m. lord of the plough AV

sīrapāṇi

  1. ○pāṇi m. plough handed' or 'plṭplough-armed', N. of Bala-rāma L

sīrabhṛt

  1. ○bhṛt m. 'plough-bearer', id. MBh

sīrayoga

  1. ○yoga m. an ox yoked to a plough Kauś

sīravāha

  1. ○vāhá mfn. drawing a plough TS

sīravāhaka

  1. ○vāhaka m. a plougher, ploughman L

sīrāyudha

  1. sīrâyudha m. 'plough-armed', N. of Bala-rāma Kād. VP

sīrotkaṣaṇa

  1. sīrôtkaṣaṇa n. turning up the soil with a plough, ploughing Megh

sīraka

  1. sīraka m. a plough MW
  2. a porpoise L
  3. the sun ib

sīrin

  1. sīrin m. 'having or holding a plough', N. of Bala-rāma Hariv

sīrya

  1. sīrya See pari-s○

sīraja

  1. sīraja N. of a place Cat

sīla

  1. sīla n. = sīra, a plough Kapishṭh

sīlandha

  1. sīlandha or sīlandhra m. a kind of fish Bhpr

sīlamāvatī

  1. sīlámāvatī f. (applied to the Indus
  2. of doubtful meaning
  3. accord. to Sāyaṇa 'rich in plants' [fr. silanā', a kind of plant of which ropes are made']
  4. accord. to others 'rich in water') RV. x, 75, 8

sīlāra

  1. sīlāra m. N. of a family of kings (cf. śīlāra-vaṃśa) Inscr. [Page 1219, Column]

sīllana

  1. sīllana vḷ. for śilhama Cat

sīvaka

  1. sīvaka sīvana, See p. 1218, col. 1

sīsa

  1. sīsa n. (of doubtful derivation) lead (also used as money) VS. &c. &c
  2. the leaden weight used by weavers VS
  3. mf(ā)n. leaden, of lead VS. LāṭyŚr

sīsaja

  1. ○ja n. minium, red lead L

sīsapattra

  1. ○pattra or n. lead L

sīsapattraka

  1. ○pattraka n. lead L

sīsaka

  1. sīsaka mṇ. lead L
  2. m. = śūla L

sīsatāṇa

  1. sīsatāṇa N. of a place Cat

sīsara

  1. sīsara m. N. of a mythical dog (the husband of Saramā) PārGṛ

sīsarama

  1. sīsarama m. N. of a dog-demon HirGṛ

sīha

  1. sīha See sugandhi-s○, p. 1222, col. 3

sīhara

  1. sīhara g. sakhy-ādi

sīhuṇḍa

  1. sīhuṇḍa m. (cf. seh○) a kind of spurge, Euphorbia Antiquorum L

su

  1. su cl. 1. P.Ā. savati, ○te, to go, move Dhātup. xxii, 42 (Vop. sru)

su

  1. su (= √1. sū), cl. 1. 2. P. (Dhātup. xxii, 43 and xxiv, 32
  2. savati, sauti, only in 3. sg. pr. sauti and 2. sg. Impv. suhi) to urge, impel, incite ŚBr. KātyŚr
  3. to possess supremacy Dhātup

suta

  1. sutá mfn. impelled, urged ŚBr
  2. allowed, authorized ib

suti

  1. suti (prob.) in kuru- and pṛt-s○ (qq.vv.)

su

  1. su cl. 5. P. Ā. (Dhātup. xxvii, 1) sunóti, sunute (in RV. 3. pl. sunvánti, sunviré with pass. sense and suṣvati
  2. p. sunvát or sunvāná the latter with act. and pass. sense ib
  3. pf. suṣāva, suṣuma &c. ib. MBh
  4. p. in Veda suṣuvás and suṣvāṇá [the later generally with pass. sense
  5. accord. to Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-2, 106, also suṣuvāṇa with act. sense]
  6. aor. accord. to Gr. asāviit or asauṣīt, asoṣṭa or asaviṣṭa
  7. in RV. also Impv. sótu, sutám, and p. mostly pass. suvāná [but the spoken form is svāná and so written in SV., suv○ in RV.]
  8. and 3. pl. asuṣavuḥ AitBr
  9. fut. sotā ib
  10. soṣyati KātyŚr
  11. saviṣyati ŚBr
  12. inf. sótave, sótos RV.: Br
  13. sotum Gr
  14. ind. p. -sútya Br
  15. -sūya MBh.), to press out, extract (esp. the juice from the Soma plant for libations) RV. AV. ŚBr. KātyŚr. Up. MBh
  16. to distil, prepare (wine, spirits &c.) Sch. on Pāṇ. 2-2, 132: Pass. sūyáte (in RV. also Ā. 3. sg. sunve and 3. pl. sunviré with pass. sense
  17. aor. ásāvi ib.): Caus. -sāvayati or -ṣāvayati ( abhi-ṣu and pra-√su
  18. aor. asūṣavat accord. to some asīṣavat), Gr.: Desid. of Caus. suṣāvayiṣati ib.: Desid. susūṣati, ○te ib.: Iutens. soṣūyate, soṣaviiti, soṣoti ib

sut

  1. sut (ifc
  2. for 2. See col. 3) extracting juice, making libations ( tīvra-sút, pra-sút, madhuṣút, soma-sút)
  3. m. = stotṛ, a praiser, worshipper Naigh. iii, 16

suta

  1. sutá mfn. pressed out, extracted
  2. m. (sg. and pl., once n. in ChUp. √12, 1) the expressed Soma. Juice, a Soma libation RV. AV. ŚBr. ChUp. BhP

sutakīrti

  1. ○kīrti f. mention of the (extracted) Soma AitBr

sutapa

  1. ○pa m. (for su-tapa See p. 1223, col. 3) a drinker of the Soma-juice
  2. pl. N. of a class of deities MW

sutapā

  1. ○pā́ or mfn. drinking the Soma-juice RV

sutapāvan

  1. ○pā́van mfn. drinking the Soma-juice RV

sutapeya

  1. ○péya n. the drinking of Soma ib

sutambhara

  1. ○m-bhará mfn. carrying away Soma RV
  2. m. N. of a Ṛishi (having the patr. Ātreya and author of RV. v, 11-14). Anukr. -1

sutavat

  1. ○vat mfn. (for 2. See under 3. suta) containing the word suta (atī f. 'a verse cṭcontaining the word suta') AitBr
  2. m. a drinker of the Soma-juice W
  3. an offerer of a libation MW

sutaśravas

  1. ○śravas m. N. of a teacher, Hir

sutasoma

  1. ○soma (sutá-), mfn. one who has extracted the Soma, offerer of a Soma libation RV
  2. (a sacrifice) at which the Soma is prepared ib
  3. m. N. of a son of Bhīma-sena MBh. VP
  4. of a prince Jātakam
  5. (ā), f. N. of a wife of Kṛishṇa (v. l. śruta-s○) Hariv
  6. -jātaka n. N. of a Buddhist legend
  7. -vat (sutá-s○), mfn. (pl.) joined with those who have prepared the Soma-juice RV
  8. ○mâvadāna n. = ○ma-jātaka

sutāvat

  1. sutā-vat mfn. = sutá-vat RV

sutāsuta

  1. sutâsutá u. du. what is extracted (as Soma) and what is not extracted (as milk) MaitrS
  2. ○tín mfn. having what is and what is not extracted TBr

suti

  1. suti f. extracting or pouring out (in somas○, q.v.)

sute

  1. sute (loc. of 2. suta) in comp

sutekara

  1. ○kara (suté-), mfn. performing (recitation of certain texts) at the preparation of the Soma RV. [Page 1219, Column]

sutegṛbh

  1. ○gṛ́bh mfn. taking hold of the Soma (for drawing it out of the vessel) ib

sutemanas

  1. ○manas m. N. of a preceptor (having the patr. Śāṇḍilyāyana), IndSt

suteraṇa

  1. ○raṇa (suté-), mfn. delighting in Soma RV

sutya

  1. sutya n. (with or scil. ahan) the day of Soma extraction (also sutyâha, m.) ŚrS. MBh
  2. (ā), f. See next

sutyā

  1. sutyā f. (for 2. See below) the extraction or solemn preparation of Soma VS. Br. ŚrS

sutyākāla

  1. ○kāla m. the time of Nyāyam
  2. ○līna mfn. relating to that time (-tva n.) ib. Sch

sutyāmāsa

  1. ○māsa m. a month in which the Soma is daily pressed Lāṭy

sutvan

  1. sútvan mf(arī Pāṇ. 4-1, 7)n. the extracting or preparing of Soma RV. AV
  2. m. a drinker of Soma W
  3. a student who has performed his ablutions (before or after a Soma sacrifice) ib
  4. N. of a man (having the patr. Kairiśi) AitBr

sunvat

  1. sunvát mfn. pressing out (the Soma) &c
  2. m. the offerer of a Soma sacrifice Śiś
  3. N. of a son of Sumantu (also called Sunvāna) BhP

suṣuvāṇa

  1. suṣuvāṇa

suṣvāṇa

  1. suṣvāṇá See √3. su col. 2

suṣvi

  1. súṣvi mfn. pressing out or offering Soma (compar. -tara) RV

sūti

  1. sūti

sūtya

  1. sūtya &c. See 3. sūti, p. 1241, col. 3

sotu

  1. sotu

sotṛ

  1. sotṛ &c. See p. 1248, col. 3

su

  1. su (= √2. sū), (only in 3. sg. sauti, pra-√sū) to beget, bring forth

sut

  1. sut mfn. (for 1. See col. 2) begetting, generating, engendering MW

suta

  1. suta mfn. begotten, brought forth
  2. m. (ifc. f. ā) a son, child, offspring (sutau du. = 'son and daughter') Mn. MBh. &c
  3. a king L
  4. N. of the 5th astrological house VarBṛS
  5. N. of a son of the 10th Manu Hariv
  6. (ā), f. See below

sutaṃrayiṣṭhīya

  1. ○ṃ-rayiṣṭhīya n. (with prajāpateḥ) N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr

sutaṃgama

  1. ○ṃ-gama n. 'son-obtaining', N. of a man (cf. sautaṃgami) Pāṇ. 3-2, 47 Sch

sutajīvaka

  1. ○jīvaka m. Putranjīva Roxburghī L

sutaṃjaya

  1. ○ṃ-jaya m. 'son-winning', N. of a man (cf. sutaṃ-gama) MBh

sutatva

  1. ○tva n. condition of sonship (instr. with √grah', to adopt any one acc. as a son') Kathās

sutadā

  1. ○dā f. 'son-giving', N. of a divine being Pañcar

sutanirviśeṣam

  1. ○nirviśeṣam ind. not differently from a son, exactly like a son Ragh

sutapādikā

  1. ○pādikā or f. a species of Mimosa L. 2

sutapādukā

  1. ○pādukā f. a species of Mimosa L. 2

sutavat

  1. ○vat mfn. (for 1. See under 2. suta) possessing sons or children VarBṛS
  2. m. the father of a son W

sutavatsala

  1. ○vatsala mfn. loving one's children
  2. m. an affectionate father Veṇis

sutavallabha

  1. ○vallabha wṛ. for prec

sutavaskarā

  1. ○vaskarā f. the mother of seven children L

sutaśreṇī

  1. ○śreṇī f. the plant Salvinia Cucullata L

sutasuta

  1. ○suta m. a son's son, a grandson MārkP

sutahibukayoga

  1. ○hibuka-yoga m. junction of the 4th and 5th astrol. houses (said to be suitable for marriages) MW

sutātmaja

  1. sutâtmaja m. = suta-suta L
  2. (ā), f. a granddaughter L

sutārṇava

  1. sutârṇava m. N. of wk

sutārthin

  1. sutârthin mfn. desirous of offspring Mn. iii, 262

sutotpatti

  1. sutôtpatti f. birth of a son Mn. iii, 16

sutā

  1. sutā f. (ifc. f. ā) a daughter Mn. MBh. &c
  2. the plant Alhagi Maurorum L

sutādāna

  1. ○dāna n. the gift (in marriage) of a daughter Mn. iii, 26

sutāpati

  1. ○pati m. 'daughter's husband', a son-in-law KātyŚr. Sch

sutāputra

  1. ○putra m. du. a daughter and a son L

sutābhāva

  1. ○bhāva m. the state of a daughter Kathās

suti

  1. suti See sú-ṣuti

sutin

  1. sutin mfn. having a son or sons (inī f. 'a mother') Hit

sutī

  1. sutī mf. (abl. gen. sutyus) one who wishes for a son or treats any one like a son Vop

sutī

  1. sutī in comp. for 3. suta

sutībhūta

  1. ○bhūta mfn. become a son Kathās

sutīya

  1. sutīya Nom. P. -yati (fr. 3. suta or sutā), to treat like a son Sāh
  2. to wish for a son or for a daughter MW

sutyā

  1. sutyā f. (for 1. See above) bringing forth a child, parturition MW

su

  1. sú ind. (opp. to dus and corresponding in sense to Gk. ?
  2. perhaps connected with 1. vásu, and, [1219,] accord. to some, with pron. base sa, as ku with ka
  3. in Veda also sū́ and liable to become ṣu or ṣū and to lengthen a preceding vowel, while a following na may become ṇa
  4. it may be used as an adj. or adv.), good, excellent, right, virtuous, beautiful, easy, well, rightly, much, greatly, very, any, easily, willingly, quickly (in older language often with other particles
  5. esp. with u, = 'forthwith, immediately'
  6. with mô i.e. mā u, = 'never, by no means' [Page 1220, Column]
  7. sú kam often emphatically with an Impv., e.g. tíṣṭhā sú kam maghavan mā́ parā gāḥ, 'do tarry O Maghavan, go not past' RV. iii, 53, 2
  8. su always qualifies the meaning of a verb and is never used independently at the beginning of a verse
  9. in later language it is rarely a separate word, but is mostly prefixed to substantives, adjectives, adverbs and participles, exceptionally also to an ind. p., e.g. su-baddhvā, 'having well bound' Mṛicch. x, 50
  10. or even to a finite verb, e.g. su-nirvavau Śiś. vi, 58) RV. &c. &c

suūti

  1. ○ūtí f. good protection or assistance RV

sukakṣa

  1. ○kakṣa m. N. of the author of RV. viii, 81 ; 82 (having the patr. Āṅgirasa) RAnukr

sukaṅkavat

  1. ○kaṅkavat m. N. of a mountain MārkP. (v. l. vaikaṅka VP.)

sukaṭaṃkara

  1. ○kaṭaṃ-kara mfn. very fit for making mats Pat

sukaṇṭakā

  1. ○kaṇṭakā f. Aloe Indica L

sukaṇṭha

  1. ○kaṇṭha mf(ī)n. sweet-voiced BhP
  2. m. N. of a singer Cat
  3. (ī), f. the female or Indian cuckoo L
  4. N. of an Apsaras Bālar

sukaṇḍu

  1. ○kaṇḍu m. much-scratching, the itch L

sukathā

  1. ○kathā f. a beautiful story Kathās

sukanda

  1. ○kanda m. the √of Scirpus Kysoor L
  2. an onion W
  3. a yam ib
  4. the √of Arum Campanulatum MW
  5. other bulbous plants (= vārāhi-kanda
  6. = -dharaṇī-k○) ib
  7. -ja, v. l. for su-kundana L

sukandaka

  1. ○kandaka m. an onion L
  2. a species of Arum ib
  3. ayam ib
  4. pl. N. of a people MBh

sukandin

  1. ○kandin m. Amorphophallus Campanulatus L
  2. Arum Campanulatum MW

sukanyaka

  1. ○kanyaka mfn. having a beautiful daughter Vop

sukanyā

  1. ○kanyā́ f. a beautiful girl MW
  2. N. of a daughter of Śaryāta (or ○ti) and wife of the Ṛishi Cyavana ŚBr. MBh. Hariv. &c. (also ○yakā)

sukanyāka

  1. ○kanyāka mfn. = -kanyaka Vop

sukaparda

  1. ○kapardá mf(ā́) n. having beautiful braided hair VS. MaitrS

sukapola

  1. ○kapola mf(ā)n. having beautṭbeautiful cheeks BhP
  2. ○lâsya mfn. having a face with beautṭbeautiful cheeks ib

sukamala

  1. ○kamala n. a beautṭbeautiful lotus flower Kālac

sukambala

  1. ○kambala m. (ifc. f. ā) a beautṭbeautiful dewlap Hcat

sukara

  1. ○kára mf(ā) n. easy to be done, easy for (gen.) or to (inf.) RV. Mn. &c
  2. easy to be managed, tractable (as a horse or cow) L
  3. easily achieving Vop
  4. m. a good-natured horse L
  5. (ā), f. a tractable cow W
  6. (am), n. doing good, charity, benevolence ib
  7. -taraka mfn. very easy to be done Pat
  8. -tva n. easiness, feasibleness Sarvad. Nīlak
  9. -saṃdhi mfn. easily joined or united Pañcat. (vḷ.)

sukarīra

  1. ○karīrá (prob.) wṛ. for -kurīrá MaitrS

sukarṇa

  1. ○karṇa m. a beautiful ear BhP
  2. mfn. having beautiful ears
  3. m. N. of a Rākshasa R
  4. (ā or ī), f. a colocynth L
  5. (ī), f. Salvina Cucullata ib

sukarṇaka

  1. ○karṇaka mfn. = -karṇa MW
  2. m. a kind of bulbous plant L
  3. (ikā), f. Salvinia Cucullata ib

sukarṇika

  1. ○karṇika mfn. having a beautiful film (as a lotus flower) Hcat

sukarma

  1. ○karma m. pl. N. of a class of deities MW

sukarman

  1. ○karman n. a good work Pañcar
  2. mfn. (-kár○) performing good works, virtuous Rājat
  3. active, diligent W
  4. m. a good or expert artificer or artist or architect RV. VS. Nir
  5. N. of Viśva-karman (the architect of the gods) L
  6. the 7th of the 27 astronomical Yogas. ib
  7. N. of a king MBh. BhP
  8. of a teacher of the Sāma-veda Pur
  9. pl. N. of a class of deities ib

sukala

  1. ○kala mfn. one who employs his property well both by giving and enjoying it L
  2. m. N. of a man Cat

sukalatra

  1. ○kalatra n. a good wife Kathās

sukalita

  1. ○kalita wṛ. for next MBh

sukalila

  1. ○kalila mfn. well filled with ib

sukalpa

  1. ○kálpa mfn. easy to be made AV
  2. very qualified or skilled BhP
  3. (wṛ. for -kalya) ib

sukalpita

  1. ○kalpita mfn. well equipped or armed MBh

sukalya

  1. ○kalya mfn. perfectly sound BhP

sukavi

  1. ○kavi m. a good poet. VarBṛS. Kathās. &c
  2. -tā f. the state of a good poet, poetical talent Bhartṛ
  3. -hṛdayânandinī f. N. of wk

sukaṣṭa

  1. ○kaṣṭa mfn. very painful or dangerous (as a disease) Suśr

sukāṇḍa

  1. ○kāṇḍa mfn. having a good stem or stalk MW
  2. well-jointed ib
  3. Momordica Charantia L

sukāṇḍikā

  1. ○kāṇḍikā f. id. ib

sukāṇḍin

  1. ○kāṇḍin mfn. having good stems or stalks MW
  2. beautifully jointed ib
  3. m. a bee L

sukānta

  1. ○kānta mfn. very handsome Kathās

sukānti

  1. ○kānti m. N. of a man Cat

sukāma

  1. ○kāma mfn. having good desires MW
  2. (ā), f. Ficus Heterophylla L
  3. (○ma)-da mf(ā)n. abundantly granting desires Hcat
  4. -vrata n. a partic. religious observance Cat. (vḷ. kāmya-v○)

sukāla

  1. ○kāla (Hariv.) or (Mn. Pur.), m. pl. N. of a class of Pitṛis

sukālin

  1. ○kālin (Mn. Pur.), m. pl. N. of a class of Pitṛis

sukālukā

  1. ○kālukā wṛ. for -vāl○ L

sukāśana

  1. ○kāśana mfn. shining beautifully Nir

sukāṣṭha

  1. ○kāṣṭha mfn. having good wood MW
  2. (ā), f. the wild plantain L
  3. = kaṭvii ib
  4. n. fire-wood A

sukāṣṭhaka

  1. ○kāṣṭhaka mfn. having good wood MW
  2. n. Pinus Deodora or another species L

sukiṃśuka

  1. ○kiṃśuká mfn. (prob.) 'well made of Kiṃśuka wood' or 'bright with Kiṃśuka flowers' (said of the car of Sūryā) RV. x, 85, 20 (cfṆir.xii, 8). [Page 1220, Column]

sukīrti

  1. ○kīrtí f. good praise, hymn of praise RV
  2. mfn. well or easily praised ib
  3. glorious Śivag
  4. m. N. of the author of RV. x, 131 (having the patr. Kākshīvata)
  5. of the above hymn Br. Vait

sukukṣi

  1. ○kukṣi f. N. of a Gandharva maid Kāraṇḍ

sukucā

  1. ○kucā f. having beautiful breasts MBh

sukuṭṭa

  1. ○kuṭṭa m. pl. N. of a people ib

sukuṭya

  1. ○kuṭya m. pl. N. of a people ib

sukuṇḍala

  1. ○kuṇḍala m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra ib

sukundaka

  1. ○kundaka m. an onion L

sukundana

  1. ○kundana m. a kind of plant (= barbara) L

sukumala

  1. ○kumala wṛ. for -komala Pañcat

sukumāra

  1. ○kumāra mf(ī)n. very tender or delicate MBh. R. &c
  2. m. a delicate youth ib
  3. tenderness L
  4. sugar-cane and various other plants (Jonesia Asoka
  5. the wild Campaka
  6. Panicum Frumentaceum &c.) L
  7. N. of a serpent-demon MBh
  8. of a Daitya L
  9. of various kings MBh. Hariv. Pur
  10. of a poet Cat
  11. of a Varsha MBh. MārkP
  12. (ā), f. Jasminum Sambac or Grandiflorum L
  13. Musa Sapientum L
  14. Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis L
  15. Trigonella Corniculata L
  16. N. of a river MW
  17. (ī), f. Jasminum Sambac or Grandiflorum ib
  18. N. of a river MBh. VP
  19. -tanu-tvac mfn. having very soft and delicate skin MW
  20. -tara mfn. more delṭdelicate Sāṃkhyak. Vās
  21. -tā f. (Kāvyâd. &c.) or -tva n. (Kathās.) delicacy, tenderness
  22. -nakha-tvac mfn. having very delṭdelicate nails and skin MW
  23. -vana n. N. of a forest BhP
  24. ○râṅga mf(ī) n. having very delṭdelicate limbs MW

sukumāraka

  1. ○kumāraka mfn. very tender
  2. m. a tender youth Hariv. Pañcar
  3. sugar-cane L
  4. rice MW
  5. N. of a son of Jāmbavat VP
  6. (am), n. a partic. part of the ear VarBṛS
  7. a cinnamon-leaf L
  8. the Tamāla-pattra MW

sukumārīka

  1. ○kumārīka mfn. having a handsome daughter Pāṇ. 6-2, 173 Sch

sukumāla

  1. ○kumāla mfn. = -kumāra Pañcad

sukurīra

  1. ○kurīrá mf(ā́)n. having a beautiful headdress VS

sukurkura

  1. ○kurkura m. N. of a dog-demon, Hir

sukula

  1. ○kula n. a noble family Kāv
  2. mf(ā)n. sprung from a noble family ib. Pañcat
  3. -ja mfn. id. Kāv
  4. -janman n. noble birth ib
  5. -tā f. id. Prasaṅg
  6. -strī f. a woman of good family, a respectable woman MW

sukulīna

  1. ○kulīna mfn. = -kula-ja Pañcat

sukusumā

  1. ○kusumā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh

sukūrkura

  1. ○kūrkura m. N. of a demon hostile to children, PārGṛS

sukṛt

  1. ○kṛ́t mfn. doing good, benevolent, virtuous, pious (compar. -tara
  2. superl. -tama) RV. AV. VS. &c
  3. fortunate, well-fated, wise W
  4. making good sacrifices or offerings MW
  5. skilful, a skilful worker (said of Tvashṭṛi and Ṛibhu) RV
  6. m. pl. deceased fathers who enjoy the reward of virtue in the other world RV. AV. &c

sukṛta

  1. ○kṛtá n. a good or righteous deed, meritorious act, virtue, moral merit (-tas ind.) RV. &c. &c
  2. a benefit, bounty, friendly aid, favour R. Pañcat. &c
  3. the world of virtue, heaven AV. TS. TBr
  4. fortune, auspiciousness W
  5. reward, recompense ib
  6. (súkṛta), mfn. well done or made or formed or executed RV
  7. well arranged, adorned, made good (with mati f. 'a well-taken resolution'
  8. with anartha m. 'an evil turned to good'
  9. kim atra sukṛtam bhavet, 'what would be best done here?') RV. &c. &c
  10. treated with kindness, befriended MW
  11. well-conducted, virtuous, fortunate ib
  12. (said to be) = svak○ TUp
  13. m. N. of a Prajā-pati VP
  14. of a son of Pṛithu Hariv
  15. (ā), f. N. of a river VP
  16. -karman n. a good or meritorious act (○ma-kārin mfn. 'performing good acts') Kām. Kāv. &c
  17. mfn. doing good deeds, virtuous MBh. R
  18. -kṛt mfn. id. Mn. iii, 37
  19. -dvādaśī f. N. of a partic. 12th day (-vrata n. N. of a relig. observance) Cat
  20. -bhāj mfn. connected with merit, meritorious Vās
  21. -rasa m. the essence of merits or good deeds, JaimtBr
  22. -vrata n. N. of a religious observance Cat
  23. ○tâtman mfn. one who has a well cultivated or refined mind R
  24. ○târtha mfn. one who has fully attained his object Kathās. (vḷ. sva-k○)
  25. ○tâvāsa mfn. having a well-made or well-arranged residence MW
  26. ○tâśā f. the hope of a reward for good acts Āpast
  27. ○tôcchraya mfn. made very high, very lofty MBh
  28. ○tôdīraṇa n. the proclaiming or blazoning abroad of good actions MW

sukṛti

  1. ○kṛti f. well-doing, good or correct conduct Pañcat
  2. acting in a friendly manner, kindness MW
  3. virtue ib
  4. the practice of religious austerities ib
  5. mfn. righteous, virtuous Cat
  6. m. N. of a son of Manu Svārocisha Hariv
  7. of one of the 7 Ṛishis in the 10th Manv-antara ib. BhP
  8. of a son of Pṛithu VP

sukṛtin

  1. ○kṛtin mfn. doing good actions, virtuous, generous (○ti-tva, n.) MBh. Hariv. R. &c
  2. prosperous, fortunate Amar. Kathās
  3. cultivated, wise Kāv. Hit
  4. m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis under the 10th Manu MārkP. = 1. [Page 1220, Column]

sukṛtya

  1. ○kṛtya Nom. P. ○yati (fr. -kṛt) Pat. -2

sukṛtya

  1. ○kṛtya n. a good work to be done, duty BhP
  2. a good or correct action Pañcat
  3. (○tyá), mfn. performing one's duties TBr
  4. m. N. of a man (g. naḍâdi)
  5. -prakāśa m. N. of wk

sukṛtyā

  1. ○kṛtyā́ f. good or clever or righteous act, right or virtuous action RV

sukṛtvan

  1. ○kṛ́tvan mfn. acting skilfully or well RV

sukṛṣṭa

  1. ○kṛṣṭa mfn. well-ploughed AitBr. R. Pañcat

sukṛṣṇa

  1. ○kṛṣṇa mfn. very black R

suketa

  1. ○kéta mfn. having good intentions, benevolent TS
  2. m. N. of an Āditya ib

suketana

  1. ○ketana m. N. of a son of Sunītha BhP

suketu

  1. ○ketú mf(ú)n. very bright RV
  2. m. N. of a king of the Yakshas Kāv
  3. of various kings MBh. Hariv. R. Pur
  4. -sutā f. patr. of Tāḍakā Bālar

suketṛ

  1. ○ketṛ m. a partic. personification (identified with the sun) PārGṛ. (accord. to others su-ketā f.)

sukeśa

  1. ○keśa mf(ī or ā)n. having beautiful hair MBh. R
  2. (prob.) thickly overgrown with a species of the Andropogon Siddh
  3. m. N. of a Rākshasa R
  4. (ī), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh
  5. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs
  6. of a daughter of Ketu-viirya MārkP
  7. ○śânta mf(ā)n. having beautṭbeautiful locks of hair MBh
  8. ○śī-bhārya mfn. one who has a beautṭbeautiful-haired wife Vop

sukeśan

  1. ○keśan m. N. of a man PraśnUp

sukeśi

  1. ○keśi m. N. of a Rākshasa Cat

sukeśin

  1. ○keśin mfn. = -keśa MW
  2. m. = -keśi Cat
  3. (inī), f. a kind of plant Npr

sukesara

  1. ○kesara m. Citrus Medica L
  2. n. N. of two metres Ked

sukomala

  1. ○komala mfn. very soft or tender Kāv. Pañcat. Śukas

sukolī

  1. ○kolī f. a kind of bulbous plant L

sukośaka

  1. ○kośaka m. Mangifera Sylvatica ib

sukośā

  1. ○kośā f. a species of Luffa ib

sukosalā

  1. ○kosalā f. N. of a town Pat

sukratu

  1. ○krátu mfn. skilful, wise (said of various gods) RV
  2. m. N. of various kings MBh

sukratūya

  1. ○kratūya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to show one's self skilful or wise RV

sukratūyā

  1. ○kratūyā f. intelligence, wisdom, skill ib

sukraya

  1. ○kraya m. a fair bargain Hcat

sukriyā

  1. ○kriyā f. a good action, good work, moral or religious observance MW

sukrīḍā

  1. ○krīḍā f. N. of an Apsaras Kāraṇḍ

sukruddha

  1. ○kruddha (sú-), mfn. very angry ŚBr. R

sukrūra

  1. ○krūra mfn. very dreadful MBh

sukleśa

  1. ○kleśa mfn. very distressing Kathās

sukvaṇa

  1. ○kvaṇa m. a beautiful sound L

sukṣata

  1. ○kṣata (sú-), mfn. greatly hurt or damaged AV

sukṣatra

  1. ○kṣatrá mfn. having a good dominion, ruling well RV. VS
  2. possessing or conferring power, strong, powerful RV
  3. m. N. of a son of Niramitra VP

sukṣatriya

  1. ○kṣatriya m. a good Kshatriya Rājat

sukṣaya

  1. ○kṣáya mfn. well-housed or well-sheltered RV

sukṣiti

  1. ○kṣití f. a good abode, secure dwelling, place of refuge RV. VS. TS. Br

sukṣubdha

  1. ○kṣubdha mfn. greatly agitated Pañcar

sukṣetra

  1. ○kṣétra n. an excellent field RV. Mn. R. &c
  2. mf(ā) n. affording a good field or dwelling-place RV. Hariv
  3. having good fields R
  4. sprung from a good womb Suśr
  5. m. N. of a son of the 10th Manu MārkP
  6. n. a house with three halls (towards the south, the west and the north) VarBṛS
  7. (○trá) -tā f. the possession of a good field AV

sukṣetriyā

  1. ○kṣetriyā f. (the same form for instr.) desire of good fields RV

sukṣema

  1. ○kṣema n. great prosperity or comfort or peacefulness (-kṛt, mfn. ) VarBṛS

sukṣeman

  1. ○kṣéman n. water Naigh. i, 12

sukṣobhya

  1. ○kṣobhya mf(ā)n. easily agitated Kathās

sukṣma

  1. ○kṣmá mf(ā́)n. consisting of good earth VS. (Sch.)

sukha

  1. ○khá &c., See sukhá s.v

sukhallikā

  1. ○khallikā f. (perhaps) luxurious life Lalit

sukhavī

  1. ○khavī wṛ. for -ṣavii L

sukhādi

  1. ○khādi mfn. (for sukhâdi See p. 1221, col. 3) wearing beautiful bracelets or rings (said of the Maruts) RV

sukhādita

  1. ○khādita (sú-), mfn. well masticated or eaten VS

sukhura

  1. ○khura mf(ā)n. having beautiful hoofs Hcat

sukhyāta

  1. ○khyāta mfn. very renowned MW

sukhyāti

  1. ○khyāti f. good report, celebrity ib

suka

  1. súka (for śúka), a parrot AV. i, 22, 4

sukkaḍi

  1. sukkaḍi n. dry sandal-wood L

sukti

  1. sukti m. N. of a mountain (prob. wṛ. for śukti) MārkP

sukh

  1. sukh (prob. Nom. fr. sukha below), cl. 10. 4. P. (Dhātup. xxxv, 75
  2. xxxvi, 14) sukhayati, sukhyati, to make happy, please, delight, gladden, rejoice, comfort MBh. Kāv. &c

sukha

  1. sukhá mfn. (said to be fr. 5. su + 3. kha, and to mean originally 'having a good axle-hole
  2. possibly a Prākṛit form of su-stha, q.v
  3. cf. duḥkha) running swiftly or easily (only applied to cars or chariots, superl. sukhá-tama), easy RV
  4. pleasant (rarely with this meaning in Veda), agreeable, gentle, mild (comp. -tará) VS. &c. &c
  5. comfortable, happy, prosperous (= sukhin) R
  6. virtuous, pious MW
  7. m. N. of a man, g. śivâdi
  8. (scil. daṇḍa) a kind of military array Kām. [Page 1221, Column]
  9. (ā), f. (in phil.) the effort to win future beatitude, piety, virtue Tattvas
  10. (in music) a partic. Mūrchanā Saṃgīt
  11. N. of the city of Varuṇa VP
  12. of one of the 9 Śaktis of Śiva L
  13. (am), n. ease, easiness, comfort, prosperity, pleasure, happiness (in m. personified as a child of Dharma and Siddhi MārkP.), joy, delight in (loc
  14. sukham-√kṛ 'to give pleasure'
  15. mahatā sukhena, 'with great pleasure'), the sky, heaven, atmosphere (cf. 3. kha) L
  16. water Naigh. i, 12
  17. N. of the fourth astrol. house VarBṛS
  18. the drug or medicinal √called Vṛiddhi MW
  19. (ám), ind. (also ena, āt) easily, comfortably, pleasantly, joyfully, willingly (with inf. = 'easy to', e.g. sa bhaviṣyati sukhaṃ hantum, 'he will be easy to kill'
  20. sukham-na punar', rather - than', e.g. sukham asūn api saṃtyajanti na punaḥ pratijñām, 'they rather renounce life than a promise'
  21. kadalī-sukham, 'as easily as a Kadali') VS. &c. &c

sukhakara

  1. ○kara mf(ī) n. causing pleasure or happiness Nir
  2. easy to be done or performed by (gen.) R
  3. m. N. of Rāma L
  4. (ī), f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs

sukhakāra

  1. ○kāra (MW.),

sukhakārin

  1. ○kārin (Sāy.),

sukhakṛt

  1. ○kṛt (MBh.), mfn. causing joy or happiness

sukhakaumudī

  1. ○kaumudī f. N. of a grammar

sukhakriyā

  1. ○kriyā f. the act of causing delight or happiness Dhātup

sukhaga

  1. ○ga mfn. going easily MW

sukhagandha

  1. ○gandha mf(ā)n. sweet-smelling, fragrant R

sukhagama

  1. ○gama (MBh.),

sukhagamya

  1. ○gamya (Kām.), mfn. easy to be traversed or travelled over

sukhagrāhya

  1. ○grāhya mfn. easy to be grasped Kathās
  2. easy to be comprehended or understood ( See comp.)
  3. -nibandhana n. a composition easy to be comprehended, easily intelligible language Kum

sukhaghātya

  1. ○ghātya mfn. easy to be killed Pañcat

sukhaṃkara

  1. ○ṃ-kara mf(ī)n. causing joy or happiness MW
  2. (ī), f. a kind of plant (= jīvantī) L

sukhacara

  1. ○cara mf(ī) n. going or moving easily MW
  2. m. N. of a village L

sukhacāra

  1. ○cāra m. easy-going, a good horse L

sukhacitta

  1. ○citta n. mental ease
  2. -bhāj mfn. enjoying mental ease Car

sukhacchāya

  1. ○cchāya mfn. affording pleasant shadow R

sukhacchedya

  1. ○cchedya mfn. easy to be cut or destroyed Kām. Hit

sukhajāta

  1. ○jāta mfn. born or produced easily W
  2. feeling easy or comfortable Bhaṭṭ
  3. n. anything pleasant Gīt

sukhatama

  1. ○tama

sukhatara

  1. ○tara See above under sukha

sukhatas

  1. ○tas ind. easily, comfortably, pleasantly, happily R

sukhatā

  1. ○tā f

sukhatva

  1. ○tva n. ease, comfort, delight, happiness, prosperity R. Kathās. Sarvad

sukhada

  1. ○da mf(ā)n. giving pleasure or delight Kāv. VarBṛS
  2. m. N. of Vishṇu MBh
  3. a partic. class of deceased ancestors MārkP
  4. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
  5. (ā), f. Prosopis Spicigera or Mimosa Suma L
  6. an Apsaras L
  7. the river Ganges MW
  8. (am), n. the abode of Vishṇu L
  9. N. of a Varsha in Plaksha-dviipa VP

sukhadāyaka

  1. ○dāyaka mfn. giving or affording pleasure Pañcar

sukhaduḥkha

  1. ○duḥkha n. du. pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow KaushUp
  2. -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of pleasure and pain Kathās
  3. = next ib
  4. -samanvita mfn. feeling pleasure and pain Mn. i, 49
  5. -suhṛd m. a friend in joy and sorrow Mṛicch
  6. ○khâtmaka mfn. consisting of pleasure and pain MW
  7. ○khâdi mfn. (pl.) pleasure and pain and the other (opposites
  8. See dvaṃdva) Mn. i, 26
  9. ○khin mfn. feeling pleasure and pain BhP

sukhadṛśya

  1. ○dṛśya mfn. beautiful to look at, pleasant to see Pañcar

sukhadeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of a man Buddh
  2. (with miśra) N. of an author Cat

sukhadohā

  1. ○dohā (Hcat.) or (L.), f. an easily milked cow

sukhadohyā

  1. ○dohyā (L.), f. an easily milked cow

sukhadhana

  1. ○dhana n. pl. comfort and riches VarBṛS
  2. m. sg. N. of a merchant Kathās

sukhanātha

  1. ○nātha m. N. of a deity worshipped in Mathurā Cat

sukhaniviṣṭa

  1. ○niviṣṭa mfn. comfortably seated Pañcar

sukhapara

  1. ○para mfn. fond of ease or comfort, intent on enjoyment Śak. (vḷ.) VarBṛS

sukhaparihīna

  1. ○parihīna mfn. destitute of comfort or happiness VarBṛS

sukhapuṇyāhaghoṣa

  1. ○puṇyâha-ghoṣa m. the proclamation of a happy holiday MW

sukhapeya

  1. ○peya mfn. easy or pleasant to drink Subh

sukhaprakāśa

  1. ○prakāśa m. (with muni) N. of an author Cat

sukhapraṇāda

  1. ○praṇāda mfn. sounding pleasantly MBh

sukhapratibandhin

  1. ○pratibandhin mfn. obstructing or interrupting happiness (○dhi-tā f.) Vikr. v, 15/16

sukhapratīkṣa

  1. ○pratī7kṣa mfn. looking for or expecting happiness, hoping for pleasure W

sukhapratyarthin

  1. ○pratyarthin mfn. opposed or hostile to happiness (-tā, f.) Vikr. v, 15/16 (v. l. for -pratibandhi-tā)

sukhaprada

  1. ○prada mfn. giving pleasure or happiness MārkP

sukhaprabodhaka

  1. ○prabodhaka mf(ikā)n. easy to understand Cat

sukhapravicāra

  1. ○pravicāra mfn. easily accessible Car

sukhapravepa

  1. ○pravepa mfn. easily trembling or shaken (as a tree) R

sukhapraśna

  1. ○praśna m. inquiry as to welfare (○śnam ud-ā-√hṛ or √dā, 'to inquire after a person's welfare') MBh

sukhaprasava

  1. ○prasava mfn. bringing (or having brought) forth easily or happily. Śak. (vḷ.)
  2. m. = next Cat

sukhaprasavana

  1. ○prasavana n. easy birth or parturition, Kṛishṇaj

sukhaprasupta

  1. ○prasupta mfn. sleeping placidly Ṛitus. [Page 1221, Column]

sukhaprāpta

  1. ○prâpta mfn. one who has attained happiness MW

sukhaprāptadhana

  1. ○prâpta-dhana mfn. one who has obtained wealth easily Sāh

sukhaprāpya

  1. ○prâpya mfn. easy to be attained or won Kathās

sukhaprekṣya

  1. ○prêkṣya mfn. easy to be caught sight of MBh

sukhaplava

  1. ○plava mfn. offering a comfortable bath (v. l. sukhâpl○) R

sukhabaddha

  1. ○baddha mfn. pleasantly formed, lovely ib

sukhabandhana

  1. ○bandhana mfn. attached to the pleasures or enjoyments of the world Kām

sukhabuddhi

  1. ○buddhi f. easy understanding or knowledge Cat

sukhabodha

  1. ○bodha m.id. ib
  2. perception or sensation of pleasure MW
  3. -kṛt mfn. causing to be easily understood Śatr
  4. -rūpa mfn. easily understood Kāv

sukhabodhana

  1. ○bodhana n. (= -buddhi)
  2. -dīpikā f. N. of a Commentary

sukhabodhikā

  1. ○bodhikā f

sukhabodhinī

  1. ○bodhinī f. N. of wks

sukhabhakṣikākāra

  1. ○bhakṣikā-kāra m. a maker of dainties or sweetmeats, confectioner Campak

sukhabhañja

  1. ○bhañja m. a kind of Moringa L

sukhabhāga

  1. ○bhāga m. a happy lot or portion, good fortune MW

sukhabhāgin

  1. ○bhāgin (R.),

sukhabhāj

  1. ○bhāj (VarBṛS.), mfn. possessing or sharing in happiness, happy, fortunate

sukhabhuj

  1. ○bhuj mfn. enjoying happiness, happy, lucky VarBṛS

sukhabhū

  1. ○bhū mfn. (used in explaining śam-bhū and mayo-bhū) Nir

sukhabhedya

  1. ○bhedya mfn. easy to be broken or destroyed, Kām (vḷ. for -cchedya)
  2. easily separated or disunited Hit

sukhabhoga

  1. ○bhoga m. the enjoyment of pleasure MW

sukhabhogin

  1. ○bhogin mfn. enjoying pleasure ib

sukhabhogya

  1. ○bhogya mfn. easy to be enjoyed or disposed of (as wealth) Kathās

sukhabhojana

  1. ○bhojana n. dainty food L

sukhamada

  1. ○mada mfn. pleasantly intoxicating Car

sukhamaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī m. c. also ā)n. consisting of happiness, full of joy and pleasure, delightful Kāv. BhP

sukhamānin

  1. ○mānin mfn. thinking (anything) to be joy, seeing joy in (loc.) BhP

sukhamārjana

  1. ○mārjana n. an auspicious ablution Śak. (in Prākṛit)

sukhamālika

  1. ○mālika m. (prob.) N. of the superintendent of a monastery Pañcat. v, 13/14

sukhamukha

  1. ○mukha m. N. of a Yaksha Buddh

sukhamedhas

  1. ○m-edhas mfn. prospering well Gaut. MBh

sukhamodā

  1. ○modā f. the gum olibanum tree L

sukhayaśorthavṛddhikara

  1. ○yaśo-'rtha-vṛddhi-kara mfn. causing increase of fortune (and) renown (and) wealth VarBṛS

sukhayoganidrā

  1. ○yoga-nidrā f. placid and quiet sleep Kām

sukharatha

  1. ○ratha (sukhá-), mfn. having an easily running chariot RV

sukharāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of various men Rājat

sukharātri

  1. ○rātri or f. a partic. night of new moon (when there is a festival in honour of Lakshmi, celebrated with lighted lamps) Cat

sukharātrikā

  1. ○rātrikā f. a partic. night of new moon (when there is a festival in honour of Lakshmi, celebrated with lighted lamps) Cat
  2. a night when a wife may be legally approached (cf. Mn. iii, 47) MW
  3. a quiet or comfortable night (cf. saurātrika)

sukharūpa

  1. ○rūpa mfn. having an agreeable appearance Ml

sukhalakṣya

  1. ○lakṣya mfn. easy to be seen or known, easily recognized Hariv

sukhalava

  1. ○lava m. a little pleasure VarBṛS

sukhalipsā

  1. ○lipsā f. desire of attaining pleasure or happiness MW

sukhalekhana

  1. ○lekhana n. N. of an orthographical wk. (by Bharata-sena, son of Gaurâṅga-mallīka)

sukhaleśa

  1. ○leśa m. = -lava MW. 1

sukhavat

  1. ○vat ind. like a joy or pleasure (with √man, 'to regard anything acc. as a pleasure') BhP. 2

sukhavat

  1. ○vat mfn. possessing ease or comfort (-tā f. 'ease'), full of joy or pleasure R

sukhavatī

  1. ○vatī f. N. of the heaven of Buddha Amitâbha ( See under sukhā-vat, col. 3) Buddh
  2. -vyūha m. N. of a Sūtra

sukhavarcaka

  1. ○varcaka or n. 'having a pleasant lustre', natron, alkali L

sukhavarcas

  1. ○varcas n. 'having a pleasant lustre', natron, alkali L

sukhavartā

  1. ○vartā wṛ. for -vat-tā (q.v.)

sukhavartman

  1. ○vartman mfn. having easy paths MBh

sukhavarman

  1. ○varman m. N. of various men (esp. of a poet) Rājat. Subh

sukhavaha

  1. ○vaha mfn. easily borne or carried MBh. 1

sukhavāsa

  1. ○vāsa m. a pleasant or comfortable abode (acc. with √vas, 'to live pleasantly at a place'
  2. with √dā, 'to receive hospitably in one's house') R. Hcat
  3. mfn. one who has lived comfortably at a place R. -2

sukhavāsa

  1. ○vāsa mfn. 'sweet-smelling', a water-melon L

sukhavāsana

  1. ○vāsana wṛ. for mukha-v○ (q.v.)

sukhaviṣṇu

  1. ○viṣṇu m. N. of a poet Subh

sukhavihāra

  1. ○vihāra m. an easy or comfortable life SaddhP
  2. mfn. living easily Car

sukhavījya

  1. ○vījya mfn. easy to be fanned or cooled (as a couch) Pañcar

sukhavedana

  1. ○vedana n. the consciousness of pleasure W

sukhaśayana

  1. ○śayana n. placid rest or sleep L

sukhaśayā

  1. ○śayā f. N. of a sorceress Kathās

sukhaśayita

  1. ○śayita mfn. lying or sleeping comfortably upon (comp.) Vās
  2. n. (= -sayana)
  3. -pracchaka mf(ikā)n. inquiring whether any one has slept well Śak

sukhaśayyā

  1. ○śayyā f. a comfortable couch Vet
  2. pleasant rest or sleep R

sukhaśarman

  1. ○śarman m. N. of a poet Cat

sukhasāyin

  1. ○sāyin mfn. resting or sleeping pleasantly Cat

sukhaśīta

  1. ○śīta mfn. pleasantly cool
  2. ○tâṣṇa-māruta mfn. (a night) pleasant with cool and warm winds R

sukhasītala

  1. ○śītala mfn. = -śīta Cat

sukhaśobhārtham

  1. ○śobhârtham ind. for the sake of comfort and honour MW

sukhaśrava

  1. ○śrava mfn. sweetly sounding, pleasant to hear Ragh

sukhaśravya

  1. ○śravya mfn. id. (-tā f.) Hariv

sukhaśruti

  1. ○śruti f. agreeable to the ear MW

sukhasaṃyāna

  1. ○saṃyāna n. comfortable journey or progress, R. [Page 1221, Column]

sukhasaṃyoga

  1. ○saṃyoga m. gain of eternal bliss Mn. vi, 64

sukhasaṃvāhya

  1. ○saṃvāhya mfn. = -vaha Pañcat

sukhasaṃvitti

  1. ○saṃvitti f. enjoyment or experience of happiness Kir

sukhasaṃvṛddha

  1. ○saṃvṛddha mfn. grown up in ease and comfort MBh. R

sukhasaṃveśa

  1. ○saṃveśa (MBh.),

sukhasaṃsupta

  1. ○saṃsupta (R.), mfn. resting or sleeping well

sukhasaṃsevya

  1. ○saṃsevya mfn. easy to be approached or resorted to or attained, Ksā

sukhasaṃstha

  1. ○saṃstha (Pañcat.),

sukhasaṃsthita

  1. ○saṃsthita (Mṛicch.), mfn. feeling comfortable or happy Pañcat

sukhasaṃsparśa

  1. ○saṃsparśa mf(ā)n. agreeable to the touch, pleasant to the feelings, gratifying MBh. R. &c

sukhasaṅga

  1. ○saṅga m. attachment to pleasure Bhag

sukhasaṅgin

  1. ○saṅgin mfn. attached to pleasure MW

sukhasaṃcāra

  1. ○saṃcāra mf(ā)n. pleasant to be resorted to, inviting (-tā f. -tva n.) Hariv. Sāh

sukhasaṃcārin

  1. ○saṃcārin wṛ. for -saṃcāra

sukhasaṃjñā

  1. ○saṃjñā f. the term, 'ease' MW

sukhasaṃduhyā

  1. ○saṃduhyā

sukhasaṃdohyā

  1. ○saṃdohyā f. = -dohā, dohyā

sukhasamāja

  1. ○samāja m. abundance of happiness or enjoyment Gīt

sukhasambandhi

  1. ○sambandhi mfn. (m.c. for ○dhin) joyful, happy MBh

sukhasambodhya

  1. ○sambodhya mfn. easy to be taught or explained or to be reasoned with Kathās

sukhasalila

  1. ○salila n. pleasant (i.e. tepid) water (-niṣeka m. 'a bath in tepid water') Ṛitus

sukhasāgara

  1. ○sāgara m. 'ocean of pleasure', N. of a village Kshitîś

sukhasādhana

  1. ○sādhana n. means of obtaining pleasure Bhām

sukhasādhya

  1. ○sādhya mfn. easy to be accomplished or attained Bhartṛ. Śaṃk
  2. easy to be cured Suśr
  3. easy to be conquered or subdued Hit

sukhasukhena

  1. ○sukhena ind. most willingly, with all the heart Pāṇ. 8-1, 13

sukhasupta

  1. ○supta mfn. sweetly sleeping, comfortably asleep MBh. Rājat

sukhasupti

  1. ○supti f. placid sleep (cf. saukhasuptika)
  2. -prabodhita m. 'awakened from pleasure sleep', N. of Śiva Śivag

sukhasuptikā

  1. ○suptikā f. ( = -supti)
  2. -praśna m. the question whether any one has slept well Śak. (cf. sukha-śayita-pracchaka)

sukhasecaka

  1. ○secaka m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh. (B. mukha-s○)

sukhasevya

  1. ○sevya mfn. easy of access (-tva n.) Rājat

sukhastha

  1. ○stha mfn. = -saṃstha Kāv. Kathās

sukhasparśa

  1. ○sparśa mf(ā)n. = -saṃsparśa MBh. R. &c
  2. -vihāratā (Divyâv.) or -vihāritā (Kāraṇḍ.), an easy life or state of existence

sukhasvāpa

  1. ○svāpa m. placid or quiet sleep Kathās

sukhahasta

  1. ○hasta mfn. having a soft or gentle hand R

sukhākara

  1. sukhā-kara m. 'making happy, gladdening', N. of a Buddhist world SaddhP
  2. of the author of a Comm. on the Kādambari

sukhākṛ

  1. sukhā-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make happy, gladden, please Pāṇ. 5-4, 63

sukhāgata

  1. sukhâgata n. welcome Pañcat

sukhājāta

  1. sukhâjāta m. N. of Śiva MBh

sukhātmaka

  1. sukhâtmaka mf(ikā)n. consisting of pleasure MW

sukhādi

  1. sukhâdi mfn. (for sukhādi See p. 1220, col. 3) beginning with pleasure, pleasure &c. ( See sukha-duḥkhâdi)

sukhādhāra

  1. sukhâdhāra m. 'pleasure-seat, Indra's heaven, paradise L

sukhādhiṣṭhāna

  1. sukhâdhiṣṭhāna n. a happy state Divyâv

sukhānanda

  1. sukhânanda m. 'joy of happiness', N. of an author

sukhānubhava

  1. sukhânubhava m. perception or consciousness of pleasure W

sukhānta

  1. sukhânta mfn. ending in happiness MW
  2. subversive of happiness W

sukhānvita

  1. sukhânvita mfn. attended with hṭhappiness, happy VarBṛS

sukhāpa

  1. sukhâpa mfn. easily won or attained BhP

sukhāpanna

  1. sukhâpanna mfn. one who has attained or gained happiness MW

sukhāpeta

  1. sukhâpêta mfn. gradually deprived of pleasure (as opp. to sukhād-ap○) Pāṇ. 2-1, 38 Sch

sukhāplava

  1. sukhâplava mfn. convenient forbathing (cf. sukha-pl○) R

sukhābhiyojya

  1. sukhâbhiyojya mfn. easily assailable Kām. Hit

sukhābhilāṣa

  1. sukhâbhilāṣa m. desire of pleasure MW

sukhābhyudayika

  1. sukhâbhyudayika mfn. causing joy or pleasure Mn. xii, 88

sukhāmbu

  1. sukhâmbu n. = sukha-salila Suśr

sukhāyata

  1. sukhâyata m. 'easily restrained or guided', a well-trained horse L

sukhāyana

  1. sukhâyana m. 'going easily or pleasantly', a good horse L

sukhārādhya

  1. sukhârādhya mfn. easy to be conciliated or propitiated BhP

sukhārohaṇa

  1. sukhârohaṇa mfn. easy to be ascended MBh

sukhārta

  1. sukhârta mfn. (for ○kha-ṛta) affected by joy Pāṇ. 6-7, 89 Vārtt. 6 Pat

sukhārtha

  1. sukhârtha m. anything that gives pleasure Mn. vi, 26
  2. am (Gaṇit.) and āya (Pañcat.), ind. for the sake of ease or pleasure

sukhārthin

  1. sukhârthin mfn. seeking wishing for plṭpleasure or happiness Mn. vi, 49

sukhārha

  1. sukhârha mfn. deserving of happiness VarBṛS

sukhāloka

  1. sukhâloka mf(ā)n. pleasant-looking, beautiful (others 'easy to be seen') Vikr. iv, 46

sukhāvagama

  1. sukhâvagama m. easy perception or comprehension Yogas. Sch

sukhāvagāha

  1. sukhâvagāha mfn. easy to be entered or dived into Hir. MBh

sukhāvat

  1. sukhā-vat mfn. = 2. sukhavat
  2. (with varti f.) a kind of pill Car
  3. (vatī), f. N. of the paradise or heaven of Amitâbha (situated in the western sky) Buddh. SaddhP. Kāraṇḍ. MWB. 183, 204
  4. of the wife of Sūrya-prabha Kathās
  5. -deva m. (with Śāktas) N. of a partic. class of authors of mystical prayers Cat
  6. -vyūha m. N. of a Buddhist wk
  7. ○tī7śvara m. 'lord of Sukhā-vati', N. of Amitâbha, above L

sukhāvabodha

  1. sukhâvabodha m. easy comprehension Śaṃk. [Page 1222, Column]

sukhāvaha

  1. sukhâvaha mfn. bringing or conferring pleasure, delightful R

sukhāvṛta

  1. sukhâvṛta mfn. filled with joy or delight in (comp.) BhP

sukhāśa

  1. sukhâśa m. pleasant food L
  2. cucumber, Cucumis Sativus (also ○śaka) L
  3. mfn. eating dainty food (applied to Varuna) L

sukhāśaya

  1. sukhâśaya wṛ. for sukhâśraya

sukhāśā

  1. sukhâśā f. the hope of pleasure or enjoyment Pañcat
  2. (su-kh○) expectation which exists only in empty space (or is very remote)

sukhāśraya

  1. sukhâśraya mfn. connected, with plṭpleasure, pleasant, gratifying Pañcat. Sāh

sukhāsakta

  1. sukhâsakta m. 'devoted to happiness', N. of Śiva MBh

sukhāsana

  1. sukhâsana n. a comfortable seat Siṃhâs

sukhāsikā

  1. sukhâsikā f. well-being, comfort, ease Rājat

sukhāsīna

  1. sukhâsīna mfn. comfortably seated R. BhP. Hit

sukhāsukha

  1. sukhâsukha n. sg. pleasure and pain Mn. xii, 19

sukhāsparśa

  1. sukhâsparśa mfn. = sukha-sparśa MW

sukhāsvāda

  1. sukhâsvāda mfn. pleasantly flavoured, delightful, agreeable Hit
  2. m. pleasant flavour W
  3. enjoyment ib

sukhāhara

  1. sukhâhara mfn. = sukhâvaha MW

sukhāhāra

  1. sukhâhāra n. ease and food ib

sukhecchā

  1. sukhêcchā f. hope or desire of happiness W

sukheta

  1. sukhêta mfn. affected by joy Pāṇ. 6-1, 89 Vārtt. 6 Pat

sukhetara

  1. sukhêtara mfn. other than happy, unfortunate MW
  2. n. pl. joys and sorrows ŚvetUp

sukhepsu

  1. sukhêpsu mfn. desirous of ease MW

sukheṣṭha

  1. sukhe-ṣṭha mfn. (loc. of sukha + stha) living in joy (applied to Śiva) Śivag

sukhaīkāyatana

  1. sukhaī7kâyatana n. sole abode of joy MW

sukhaidhita

  1. sukhâidhita mfn. one who has grown up or lived in easy circumstances MBh

sukhaiṣin

  1. sukhâiṣin mfn. one who seeks (another's) happiness, wishing well to (comp.) MBh

sukhocita

  1. sukhôcita mfn. accustomed to comfort or happiness MBh. Car

sukhocchedya

  1. sukhôcchedya mfn. to be cut up or destroyed with ease, to be exterminated easily Kām. Rājat

sukhotsava

  1. sukhôtsava m. 'pleasure-feast', a husband L

sukhodaka

  1. sukhôdaka n. = sukha-salila Suśr

sukhodadhi

  1. sukhôdadhi m. N. of a Comm. on the Kāvyaprakāśa (usually called Sudhā-sāgara)

sukhodaya

  1. sukhôdaya mfn. resulting in joy or happiness Mn. MBh. &c
  2. m. an intoxicating drink (made from honey or from the blossoms of she Bassia Latifolia) L
  3. realization or occurrence of pleasure W
  4. N. of a son of Medâtithi MārkP
  5. n. the Varsha ruled by Sukhôdaya ib

sukhodarka

  1. sukhôdarka mfn. having happiness as a consequence, causing happiness Mn. MBh. &c

sukhodya

  1. sukhôdya mfn. to be uttered easily or agreeably Mn. ii, 33

sukhopagamya

  1. sukhôpagamya mfn. easy to be approached or reached, easy of access Kām. Mṛicch

sukhopadhāna

  1. sukhôpadhāna n. = upakaraṇa L

sukhopaviṣṭa

  1. sukhôpaviṣṭa mfn. comfortably seated MBh. R. &c

sukhopasarpya

  1. sukhôpasarpya mfn. easy to be approached W

sukhopāya

  1. sukhôpâya m. an easy means, Bhp
  2. (ena instr. 'easily', 'without pains or trouble' Pañcat.)
  3. mf(ā)n. easy to be obtained Pañcat

sukhorjika

  1. sukhôrjika m. natron (= sarjikā-kṣāra)

sukhoṣita

  1. sukhôṣita mfn. (also with rajanīm) one who has spent the night pleasantly, comfortably lodged MBh. R. &c
  2. (ā), f. Sanseviera Roxburghiana L

sukhoṣṇa

  1. sukhôṣṇa mfn. 'pleasantly warm', tepid
  2. n. tepid water L

sukhoṣya

  1. sukhôṣya mfn. pleasant to be dwelt in Hariv

sukhana

  1. sukhana n. (used in explaining √mṛd) Dhātup

sukhanīya

  1. sukhanīya mfn. causing ease or comfort KātyŚr. Sch

sukhaya

  1. sukhaya See √sukh, p. 1220, col. 3

sukhayitṛ

  1. sukhayitṛ m. one who gladdens or makes happy (gen.) Inscr

sukhayu

  1. sukhayu mfn. (used in explaining śaṃyu) Nir. iv, 21

sukhāya

  1. sukhāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to feel happy or pleased, be at ease or comfortable Daś. Kād
  2. to be pleasant or agreeable Kād

sukhāvala

  1. sukhāvala m. N. of Nṛi-cakshus (cf. sukhīnala) VP

sukhi

  1. sukhi in comp. for sukhin

sukhitā

  1. ○tā f. (Śak., v. l.),

sukhitva

  1. ○tva n. (Vedântas.) ease, comfort, happiness

sukhisvabhāva

  1. ○svabhāva m. a happy or contented disposition Hit

sukhita

  1. sukhita mfn. pleased, delighted, comforted (am ind.) Kāv. Kathās. &c
  2. n. happiness MW

sukhin

  1. sukhin mfn. possessing or causing happiness or pleasure, happy, joyful, pleasant, comfortable, easy MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. m. a religious ascetic W

sukhī

  1. sukhī mfn. (prob.) one who loves pleasure Vop. iii, 61

sukhīnala

  1. sukhīnala m. N. of a son of Su-cakshus (cf. sukhāvala BhP

sukhīlalita

  1. sukhīlalita (?), f. N. of a virgin Buddh

sukhīvala

  1. sukhīvala m. = sukhāvala VP

sukhya

  1. sukhya mfn. belonging to pleasure, pleasurable MW. 2. [Page 1222, Column]

sukhya

  1. sukhya Nom. P. ○yati ( See √sukh)

sukhaṃsuṇa

  1. sukhaṃsuṇa or sukhaṃghuṇa (?), m. a kind of staff with a skull at the top considered as a weapon of Śiva (= khaṭvâṅga, q.v.) L

suga

  1. su-gá mf(ā)n. (i.e. 5. su + 2. ga
  2. √gam) going well or gracefully, having a graceful gait W
  3. easily passed, easy to traverse RV. AV. TBr. Lāṭy
  4. easy of access Kathās. Hcat
  5. easy to obtain RV. TS. Pañcat
  6. easily understood, intelligible MW
  7. n. a good path
  8. easy or successful course RV. VS
  9. faeces L

sugevṛdh

  1. suge-vṛ́dh mfn. rejoicing in good progress RV

suga

  1. su-ga mfn. (i.e. 5. su + 3. ga
  2. √gai) singing well or beautifully BhP

su

  1. su (to be similarly prefixed to the following):

sugaṇ

  1. ○gaṇ mfn. (a word formed artificially, Pāṇ. 3-2, 75 Sch.) counting well or easily or easily to be calculated

sugaṇa

  1. ○gaṇa mfn. = ugaṇa Pat. on Pāṇ. 6-1, 9 Vārtt. 4
  2. m. N. of a Rāja-putra Kathās
  3. (ā), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh
  4. ○ṇókti (?), f. N. of wk

sugaṇaka

  1. ○gaṇaka m. a good calculator or astronomer Cat

sugaṇita

  1. ○gaṇita mfn. easily or accurately calculated MW

sugata

  1. ○gata mfn. going well VarBṛS
  2. one who has fared well Hit
  3. well-bestowed MW
  4. m. a Buddha (-tva n.) Kathās. Jātakam., Introd
  5. a Buddhist, BudṭBuddhist teacher Hcat
  6. -cetanā f. N. of a Buddhist nun Buddh
  7. -mitra m. N. of a man ib
  8. -śāsana n. the BudṭBuddhist doctrine Kathās
  9. ○tâyatana n. a BudṭBuddhist temple or monastery ib
  10. ○tâlaya m. id. L
  11. ○tâvadāna n. N. of a BudṭBuddhist Sūtra wk

sugati

  1. ○gati f. a good or happy condition, welfare, happiness, bliss MBh. Hariv. MārkP. &c
  2. a secure refuge Chandom
  3. mfn. having a good or auspicious position (as a planet) VarBṛS
  4. m. N. of a son of Gaya BhP
  5. of an Arhat (prob. wṛ. for su-mati) L
  6. -sopāna n. N. of wk

sugantva

  1. ○gantva mfn. easily passed Lāṭy

sugandha

  1. ○gandha m. a fragrant smell, fragrance R
  2. a perfume Yājñ. VarBṛ. &c
  3. mf(ā)n. fragrant MBh. &c. &c
  4. m. sulphur L
  5. the chick-pea ib
  6. Andropogon Schoenanthus ib
  7. marjoram ib
  8. a red-blossomed Moringa ib
  9. = tumburu ib
  10. a fragrant ointment (made of various substances) L
  11. N. of a mountain Gol
  12. a trader, dealer MW
  13. (ā), f. the ichneumon plant L
  14. Curcuma Zedoaria ib
  15. a fragrant grass MW
  16. a sort of lime ib
  17. sacred basil Suśr. Car
  18. N. of various other plants and trees (= vandhyā, karkoṭakī, rudra-jaṭā &c.) L
  19. a form of Dākshāyaṇi Cat
  20. N. of ais Apsaras MBh. Hariv
  21. of a Tirtha Vishṇ. MBh
  22. of a woman Rājat
  23. (ī), f. the small Banana L
  24. N. of a female servant of Vasu-deva VP
  25. n. small cumin seed L
  26. the blue lotus ib
  27. sandal ib
  28. the Granthi-parṇa plant ib
  29. = kat-tṛṇa ib
  30. = pattrâṅga ib
  31. = gandha-tṛṇa ib
  32. civet ib
  33. N. of a Tirtha MBh
  34. -tā f. fragrance, perfume MW
  35. -taila-niryāsa n. (?) civet L
  36. a partic. perfume made from roses &c. MW
  37. -pattrā f. a kind of plant (= jaṭā) L
  38. = rudra-jaṭā ib
  39. -bhūtṛṇa n. a kind of fragrant grass ib
  40. -mukha m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva, Kāraṇd
  41. -mūlā f. Averrhoa Acida L
  42. Hibiscus Mutabilis ib
  43. = rāsnā ib
  44. -yukti f. preparation of perfumes (one of the 64 arts) BhP. Sch
  45. -vat mfn. fragrant MBh
  46. -vanamāhātmya n. N. of wk
  47. ○dhâḍhya mfn. rich in fragrance R
  48. (ā), f. Jasminum Sambac L
  49. ○dhâditya m. N. of a man Rājat
  50. ○dhâmalaka m. a kind of mixture of various herbs L
  51. ○dhêśa m. N. of a temple erected by Su-gandhā Rājat
  52. an image of the tutelary deity of Su-gṭgandhā MW

sugandhaka

  1. ○gandhaka m. 'having fragrance', a kind of grain (perhaps of rice) Suśr
  2. a kind of culinary herb ib
  3. the orange L
  4. Momordica Mixta ib
  5. red-blossomed basil ib
  6. a kind of bulbous plant (= dharaṇī-kanda) ib
  7. sulphur ib
  8. (ikā), f. a kind of plant Suśr
  9. n. a kind of medicinal herb L

sugandhaya

  1. ○gandhaya Nom. P. ○yati, to make fragrant, scent Śiś

sugandhāra

  1. ○gandhāra m. N. of Śiva (accord. to Nīlak. = śobhano gandhāra-deśôdbhavaḥ) MBh

sugandhi

  1. ○gándhi (or -gandhi), mfn. sweet-smelling, fragrant RV. MBh. Hariv. &c
  2. virtuous, pious MW
  3. m. a perfume, fragrance MW
  4. the supreme Being (= paramâtman) ib
  5. a lion L
  6. a sort of Mango L
  7. a sort of Cyperus L
  8. Ocimum Pilosum L
  9. the √of Scirpus Kysoor L
  10. n. sandal L
  11. N. of various perfumes or fragrant plants (accord. to L. = elavāluka
  12. = kaśeru
  13. = gandha-tṛṇa &c.) Bhpr
  14. -kusuma n. a fragrant flower MW
  15. m. yellow oleander L
  16. -kusumā f. Trigonella Corniculata ib. [Page 1222, Column]
  17. -tā f. fragrance VarBṛS. Śiś
  18. -tejana m. or n. a kind of fragrant grass TS. Kāṭh. Br. &c
  19. -triphalā f. nutmeg, areca nut, and cloves L
  20. mustaka n. a sort of Cyperus Bhpr
  21. -mūtra-patana m. a civet cat L
  22. -mūla n. a radish L
  23. the √of Uśīra MW
  24. -mūlā f. Curcuma Zedoaria L
  25. = rāsnā ib
  26. -mūṣikā f. the musk rat ib
  27. -sīha m. N. of a man Rājat

sugandhika

  1. ○gandhika mfn. fragrant Vishṇ
  2. m. a kind of grain (perhaps 'of rice') Vāgbh. Car
  3. olibanum L
  4. sulphur L
  5. a lion L
  6. n. the white lotus L
  7. the √of Andropogon Muricatus L
  8. the √of Costus Speciosus or Arabicus L
  9. a partic. medicinal herb, = sura-parṇa L

sugandhin

  1. ○gandhin mfn. fragrant, sweet-smelling MBh. R
  2. (inī), f. Pandanus Odoratissimus L
  3. a kind of plant with fragrant leaves (= ārāma-śītalā) ib

suganman

  1. ○ganman mfn. Vop. xxvi, 68

sugabhasti

  1. ○gabhasti (sú- or sugábh○), mfn. having skilful hands (said to Tvashtṛi) RV

sugama

  1. ○gama mf(ā)n. easy to be traversed BhP. Kathās
  2. easy of access Kathās. Kuval
  3. easy to be ascertained or understood, obvious MBh. BhP. &c
  4. easy, practicable MW
  5. m. N. of a Dānava Kathās
  6. ○mânvayā f. N. of Comm

sugamana

  1. ○gamana mf(ā)n. easy of access Nir. vi, 2
  2. proceeding well Sāy. on RV. i, 165, 8

sugambhīra

  1. ○gambhīra mf(ā)u. very deep MBh

sugamya

  1. ○gamya mf(ā)n. easily traversed or passed, easy of access Pañcar

sugara

  1. ○gara n. cinnabar L

sugarhita

  1. ○garhita mfn. very blamable R

sugalā

  1. ○galā f. N. of a woman Rājat

sugava

  1. ○gava m. a vigorous bull MBh
  2. (-gáva), mfn. having fine cows, abounding in cattle RV

sugavi

  1. ○gavi m. N. of a son of Prasuśruta VP

sugavya

  1. ○gávya n. the possession of good or much cattle RV
  2. mfn. = -gáva MW

sugahana

  1. ○gahana mf(ā)n. very thick or close or impervious L
  2. (ā), f. an enclosure round a place of sacrifice W
  3. ○nâvṛti f. id. MW

sugāṅga

  1. ○gāṅga m.or n. N. of a palace Mudr

sugātu

  1. ○gā́tu m. welfare, prosperity AV. vi, 1, 3

sugātuyā

  1. ○gātuyā́ f. (the same form for instr.) desire of welfare or prosperity RV

sugātra

  1. ○gātra mf(ī)n. fair-limbed, graceful Kathās
  2. (ī), f. a beautiful woman Vcar
  3. (am), n. a fine or graceful figure MW

sugātriyā

  1. ○gātriyā wṛ. for -gātuyā́

sugādha

  1. ○gādhá mfn. easily fordable RV

sugārhapatya

  1. ○gārhapatyá m. a good householder AV. TBr

sugīta

  1. ○gīta n. good singing BhP

sugīti

  1. ○gīti f. 'id.', N. of a kind of Āryā metre Col

sugītha

  1. ○gītha m. N. of a Ṛishi Bālar

sugu

  1. ○gú mfn. = -gáva RV. AV. TBr

suguṇa

  1. ○guṇa mf(ā)n. very virtuous or excellent Caurap

suguṇin

  1. ○guṇin mfn. id. Bhartṛ

sugupta

  1. ○gupta (sú-), mfn. well guarded ŚBr. R
  2. well hidden or concealed, kept very secret Kāv. Pañcat
  3. (ā), f. Mucuna Pruritus L
  4. (am), ind. very secretly or privately Pañcat
  5. very carefully MBh
  6. -tara mfn. well hidden Pañcat
  7. -bhāṇḍa mf(ā)n. looking well after the household utensils (-tā f.) Vishṇ
  8. -lekha m.a very private letter or one written in cipher MW

sugupti

  1. ○gupti f. good protection, great secrecy (acc. with ā-√dhā', to observe great secrecy') Hit

suguptīkṛ

  1. ○guptī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to keep well, guard carefully Pañcat

suguru

  1. ○guru mfn. very heinous (as a crime) Mn. xi, 256
  2. a good teacher Jain

sugulpha

  1. ○gulpha mf(ā)n. having beautiful ancles Pāṇ. 4-1, 54 Sch

sugūḍha

  1. ○gūḍha mfn. well guarded or concealed, very secret MBh. Pañcat
  2. (am), ind. very secretly Daś

sugṛddha

  1. ○gṛddha mf(ā)n. intensely longing for (loc.) MBh

sugṛha

  1. ○gṛhá m. having a good or beautiful house or abode AV
  2. m. 'having a good nest', the taylor-bird, Sylvia Sutoria L
  3. (ī), f. a partic. bird (reckoned among the Pratudas) Suśr

sugṛhapati

  1. ○gṛhapatí m. a good householder (said of Agni) VS

sugṛhin

  1. ○gṛhin mfn. well-housed, having a good nest (as a bird) Pañcat

sugṛhīta

  1. ○gṛhīta mfn. held fast or firmly, seized, grasped, clung or adhered to Śiś
  2. well apprehended or learnt ib
  3. mentioned auspiciously (cf. next)
  4. -nāman (or ○ma-dheya), mfn. one whose name is invoked auspiciously (also said of Yudhi-shṭhira and others who are invoked early in the morning to secure good luck) Kād. Mudr. &c
  5. ○tâbhidha mfn. having an auspicious name Rājat

sugevṛdh

  1. ○ge-vṛ́dh See under 1. su-ga, col. 2

sugeṣṇā

  1. ○geṣṇā f. 'singing well', a Kim-narī L

sugehinī

  1. ○gehinī f. a good housewife Bālar

sugo

  1. ○go f. an excellent cow Pāṇ. 5-4, 69 Sch

sugocara

  1. ○gocara wṛ. for sva-g○ Bcar. i, 13

sugopā

  1. ○gopā́ m. a good protector RV
  2. mfn. well protected (superl. -tama) ib

sugopya

  1. ○gopya mfn. to be kept quite secret Pañcar

sugautama

  1. ○gautama m. 'the good Gautama', N. of Gautama Buddha Lalit

sugaurava

  1. ○gaurava mfn. very heavy or ponderous L

sugmya

  1. ○gmya (sú-), mfn. (√gam) advancing well RV
  2. increasing ib
  3. (am), n. happiness, prosperity Naigh. iii, 6

sugrathita

  1. ○grathita (sú-), mfn. well fastened ib

sugranthi

  1. ○granthi mfn. well knotted MW
  2. having beautiful joints ib
  3. m. a kind of perfume (= coraka) L. [Page 1223, Column]
  4. n. the √of Piper Longum L

sugraha

  1. ○graha mfn. having a good handle MBh
  2. easy to be obtained Kathās
  3. easy to be learnt or understood Sāh

sugrahaṇa

  1. ○grahaṇa n. reverential clasping (of a person's feet) Inscr

sugrāma

  1. ○grāma m. N. of a village in Magadha HPariś

sugrāsa

  1. ○grāsa m. a dainty morsel MW

sugrāhya

  1. ○grāhya mfn. easy to be taken, easily apprehensible &c. W

sugrīva

  1. ○grīva mfn. handsome-necked, having a beautiful neck
  2. m. (ifc. f. ā) N. of a monkey-king (who, with his army of monkeys headed by Hanumat, assisted Rāmacandra in conquering Rāvaṇa
  3. he was believed to be the son of the Sun, and was re-established by Rāma in the throne of Kishkindha q. v., usurped by his brother Vālin) MBh. R. &c
  4. of one of the four horses of Kṛishṇa or Vishṇu (the other three being Balāhaka, Megha-pushpa, and Śaivya) MBh. Hariv. BhP
  5. of a divine being VarBṛS
  6. of the father of the ninth Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī L
  7. a kind of pavilion Vāstuv
  8. (only L.) a conch
  9. N. of Śiva or Indra
  10. a goose
  11. a hero
  12. a piece of water
  13. N. of a mountain
  14. a sort of weapon
  15. the countenance of a friend
  16. a serpent of Pātāla W
  17. (ā or ī), f. N. of an Apsaras Hariv
  18. (ī), f. N. of a daughter of Daksha and wife of Kaśyapa (regarded as the mother of horses, camels, and asses) Hariv. Pur
  19. ○vâgraja m. 'elder brother of Su-griva', N. of Vālin L
  20. ○vêśa m. 'lord of Su-griva', N. of Rāma L

sugrīṣma

  1. ○grīṣma m. a fine summer GṛS

sugla

  1. ○gla mfn. (√glai) very weary Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-1, 136

sughaṭa

  1. ○ghaṭa mfn. easy contrived or accomplished (-tva n.), Kusum

sughaṭita

  1. ○ghaṭita mfn. well joined or united or contrived or arranged Hit
  2. -ghaṭita mfn. id. Subh

sughaṭṭita

  1. ○ghaṭṭita mfn. well pressed down or levelled MBh

sughana

  1. ○ghana mfn. very dense (as a forest) Pañcat

sugharikāgṛhaka

  1. ○gharikā-gṛhaka n. a kind of sieve, Śīl

sugharṣa

  1. ○gharṣa m. much rubbing, strong friction L

sughora

  1. ○ghora mf(ā)n. very fearful or terrible MBh
  2. m. N. of a man VP
  3. n. anything very dreadful or hideous MBh

sughoṣa

  1. ○ghoṣa mfn. making a loud noise, very noisy MBh
  2. having a pleasant sound R
  3. m. a pleasant sound or cry W
  4. N. of the conch of Nakula Bhag
  5. of a Buddha Lalit
  6. of an Agra-hāra (q.v.) Kathās
  7. a partic. form of a temple Hcat
  8. -grāma m. N. of a village Cat
  9. -ghoṣa mf(ā) n. sounding loud MBh
  10. -vat mfn. sounding pleasantly ib

sughoṣaka

  1. ○ghoṣaka m. or n. (?), a partic. musical instrument Divyâv

sughoṣita

  1. ○ghoṣita mfn. proclaimed with loud voice ib

sughna

  1. ○ghná m. easy striking or killing RV

sugmya

  1. su-gmya &c. See p. 1222, col. 3

sughaṭa

  1. su-ghaṭa &c. See above

sucakra

  1. su-cakrá mfn. (i.e. 5. [su+c○]) having beautiful wheels AV. MBh
  2. m. a good chariot RV
  3. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
  4. of a son of Vatsa-pri and Su-nandā MārkP
  5. ○krôpaskara mfn. having good wheels and (other) equipment MBh

su

  1. su (to be similarly prefixed to the following)

sucakṣas

  1. ○cákṣas mfn. having good eyes, seeing well RV. ĀśvGṛ

sucakṣu

  1. ○cakṣu or N. of a river R

sucakṣus

  1. ○cakṣus N. of a river R

sucakṣus

  1. ○cakṣus mfn. having beautiful eyes (said of Śiva) Śivag
  2. seeing well MW
  3. m. Ficus Glomerata L
  4. a wise or learned man W

sucañcukā

  1. ○cañcukā f. a kind of vegetable (= mahā-cañcu) MW

sucatura

  1. ○catura mfn. (accord. to native authorities fr. catur) very clever or skilful Kām

sucandana

  1. ○candana m. a fine sandal tree R

sucandra

  1. ○candra m. a partic. Samādhi Buddh
  2. N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh
  3. of a son of Siṃhikā ib
  4. of a son of Hema-candra and father of Dhūmrâśva R. VP
  5. of various kings R. Kālac
  6. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh
  7. of a Ficus Indica R

sucarā

  1. ○carā f. N. of an Apsaras VP. -1

sucarita

  1. ○carita mfn. well performed ( See comp.)
  2. n. (sú-
  3. sg. and pl.) good conduct or behaviour, virtuous actions VS. &c.&c
  4. -carita mfn. one who leads a virtuous life Mṛicch
  5. -vrata mfn. well performing religious observances Mn. xi, 116
  6. ○târtha-pada mfn. (speech) containing well selected sense and words Kum. -2

sucarita

  1. ○carita mf(ā)n. well-conducted, moral, virtuous Mn. ix, 261
  2. m. (with miśra), N. of an author Cat
  3. (ā), f. a virtuous or faithful wife L

sucaritra

  1. ○caritra mf(ā)n. well-conducted L
  2. (ā), f. a virtuous wife L
  3. coriander L
  4. n. good conduct W

sucarman

  1. ○carman mfn. having beautiful skin or bark L
  2. m. Betula Bhojpatra L

sucārā

  1. ○cārā f. N. of a daughter of Śva-phalka BhP. (B. -cīrā)

sucāru

  1. ○cāru mfn. very lovely or beautiful, pleasing, delightful MBh. Kāv. &c. [Page 1223, Column]
  2. m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa and Rukmiṇi MBh. Hariv. Pur
  3. of a son of Vishvaksena (adopted by Gaṇḍūsha) Hariv
  4. of a son of Pratiratha ib
  5. of a son of Bāhu VP
  6. -tā f. loveliness, beauty VarBṛ. Sch
  7. -daśanā f. (a woman) having beautiful teeth, KāP
  8. -rūpa mfn. of beautiful form MBh
  9. -svana mfn. having a beautiful or melodious sound W
  10. ○rv-aṅgī f. (a woman) having beautiful limbs MārkP

sucitta

  1. ○citta mf(ā)n. well-minded MBh
  2. m. (with śailana) N. of a teacher JaimUp

sucitra

  1. ○citrá mf(ā́)n. very distinguished AV
  2. very manifold Hariv
  3. very variegated MW
  4. m. N. of a serpentdemon MBh
  5. of a king ib
  6. (ā), f. a kind of gourd L
  7. (○tra)-bījā f. Embelia Ribes L

sucitraka

  1. ○citraka mfn. very variegated
  2. m. a kingfisher L
  3. a kind of speckled snake L
  4. N. of an Asura Buddh

sucintana

  1. ○cintana n. the act of thinking well, deliberate consideration W

sucintā

  1. ○cintā f. deep thought, due reflection or consideration ib

sucintita

  1. ○cintita mfn. well thought about, well weighed or considered ib
  2. -cintin mfn. thinking quite well or right Buddh
  3. ○târtha m. N. of a Māra-putra Lalit

sucintya

  1. ○cintya mfn. well imaginable or conceivable Hariv

sucira

  1. ○cira mfn. very long (ibc., am, āya, and ena, 'for a very long time, a good while'
  2. at, 'after a very long time') MBh. R. &c
  3. -śrama m. fatigue or exertion for a very long time BhP
  4. ○râyus mfn. 'having a very long life', a god, divinity L
  5. ○rârpita mfn. fixed or directed for a long time Amar
  6. ○rôtsuka mfn. anxious or desirous for a long time Kathās
  7. ○rôṣita mfn. one who has dwelt or stayed for a long tṭtime R

sucihnita

  1. ○cihnita mfn. distinctly marked Vishṇ

sucīrā

  1. ○cīrā See -cārā

sucīrṇadhvaja

  1. ○cīrṇa-dhvaja m. N. of a king of the Kumbhâṇḍas Buddh

sucukrikā

  1. ○cukrikā f. Tamarindus Indica L

sucuṭī

  1. ○cuṭī f. 'cutting well', a pair of scissors or nippers or tongs L

sucetana

  1. ○cetaná mfn. very notable, distinguished AV

sucetas

  1. ○cétas mfn. having great intelligence, sapient, wise RV. Śiś
  2. well-minded, benevolent Rājat
  3. m. N. of a son of Gṛitsa-mada MBh
  4. of a son of Pracetas Hariv

sucetīkṛta

  1. ○cetī-kṛta mfn. made well-minded or well-disposed Bhaṭṭ

sucetuna

  1. ○cetúna mfn. = -cetana ib. ix, 65, 30

sucetunā

  1. ○cetúnā ind. (instr. of -cetú) with benevolence or favour, graciously RV

sucela

  1. ○cela mf(ā) n. well-clad Hariv

sucelaka

  1. ○celaka m. a fine garment L

suceṣṭarūpa

  1. ○ceṣṭa-rūpa m. N. of a Buddha Lalit

succhattra

  1. ○cchattra m. N. of Śiva MBh
  2. (ā or ī), f. the river Śata-dru or Sutlej L

succhada

  1. ○cchada mfn. having beautiful leaves R

succhardis

  1. ○cchardís mfn. (superl. ○díṣ-ṭama) affording good shelter RV

succhāya

  1. ○cchāya mfn. 'affording a good shadow (and therefore beautiful) Kāvyâd
  2. shining very brightly, as a jewel), splendid L
  3. (ā), f. N. of the wife of Ślishṭi Hariv

sujaghana

  1. ○jaghaná mfn. having beautiful hips ib. Hcat
  2. having a beautiful end or conclusion TS
  3. a partic. ceremony TBr. Sch

sujaṅgha

  1. ○jaṅgha mf(ā)n. having beautiful legs Śrutab

sujatru

  1. ○jatru mfn. having a beautiful collar-bone MBh

sujana

  1. ○jana m. a good or virtuous or kind or benevolent person (man or woman
  2. often confounded with sva-jana) R. Kathās. &c
  3. N. of the author of the ŚāṅkhŚr
  4. -tā f. goodness, kindness, benevolence Kāv. Sāh
  5. a number of good men or respectable persons W
  6. -tva n. goodness, kindness Śak. (v. l.)
  7. -parivārā f. N. of a Gandharva maiden Kāraṇḍ
  8. -parisevitā f. N. of a Kiṃ-narī ib
  9. ○nâkara m. N. of a man Rājat
  10. ○nêtara-maitrī f. the friendship of a bad man MW

sujanaya

  1. ○janaya P. ○yati wṛ. for sva-j○ Bāar. v, 40

sujaniman

  1. ○jániman mfn. producing or creating fair things RV

sujantu

  1. ○jantu m. N. of a son of Jahnu VP

sujanman

  1. ○janman n. noble or auspicious birth (○mâdi-vrata n. 'a partic. observance'), Kṛishṇaj
  2. (-jánman), mfn. = -janiman RV
  3. of noble or auspṭauspicious birth Kāv. Kathās

sujambha

  1. ○jámbha mfn. having good jaws or strong teeth RV

sujambhan

  1. ○jambhan mfn. id. Pāṇ. 5-4, 125

sujaya

  1. ○jaya m. a great victory or triumph BhP
  2. N. of a man, Bnddh
  3. easy to be conquered by (instr.) MBh

sujala

  1. ○jala mf(ā)n. having good or sweet water R. VarBṛS
  2. n. a lotus L
  3. good water W

sujalpa

  1. ○jalpa m. good speech, a partic. kind of speech (sincere, earnest, full of meaning and vivacity) L

sujavas

  1. ○javas mfn. very quick or swift MW

sujāta

  1. ○jātá (or sú-), mfn. well born or produced or made, of an excellent kind or nature, fine, beautiful RV. &c. &c
  2. well grown, tall MW
  3. nobly born, noble RV. ŚāṅkhGṛ
  4. genuine, sincere (as piety) BhP
  5. really born (i.e. not born in vain) Bhartṛ. (v. l. sajātaḥ)
  6. m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshtṛa MBh
  7. of a son of Bharata VP
  8. of a bull Lalit
  9. (pl.) of a people Hariv
  10. (ā), f. aluminous slate L
  11. a kind of plant (= tuvarī) MW. [Page 1223, Column]
  12. N. of various women (esp. of a daughter of Uddālaka and wife of Kahoḍa) MBh. Pur. Lalit
  13. (am), n. good birth, birth under an auspicious constellation MBh
  14. -tā (sujātá-), f. the being well born, nobility (aīso of mind) RV
  15. -vaktra m. N. of a preceptor ĀśvGṛ
  16. ○tâṅga mf(ī) n. having wellformed limbs MW

sujātaka

  1. ○jātaka m. or n. (?) beauty, splendour Vās

sujāti

  1. ○jāti mfn. of good tribe or species MW
  2. of a good race or caste ib
  3. m. N. of a son of Viti-hotra ib

sujātīya

  1. ○jātīya mfn. of good tribe or race ib

sujāmi

  1. ○jāmi mfn. rich in brothers and sisters or relatives Kauś

sujita

  1. ○jita (sú-), n. an easy conquest MaitrS
  2. -śrama mfn. easily overcoming all fatigue, indefatigable Kām

sujihva

  1. ○jihvá mfn. brighttongued, sweet-voiced RV
  2. m. fire or the god of fire L

sujīrṇa

  1. ○jīrṇa mfn. worn out, ragged, decayed
  2. well digested Hit
  3. -śata-khaṇḍa-maya mf(ī) n. made of a hundred tattered rags Bhartṛ

sujīva

  1. ○jīva n. it is an easy life for any one (gen.) R

sujīvantī

  1. ○jīvantī f. Hoya Viridiflora L

sujīvita

  1. ○jīvita n. a happy life R
  2. it is easily lived by any one (instr.) Jātakam
  3. mfn. living happily, enjoying life Kād

sujuṣṭa

  1. ○juṣṭa (sú-), mf(ā)n. well liked, welcome RV

sujūrṇi

  1. ○jūrṇí mfn. blazing or glowing brightly ib

sujña

  1. ○jña mf(ā)n. knowing well, conversant or familiar with anything Kum

sujñāna

  1. ○jñāna n. easy perception or intelligence KaṭhUp
  2. good knowledge Kām
  3. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr
  4. mf(ā)n. possessing good knowledge Kām. (cf. Siddh. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 54)
  5. easy to be known or understood Vām. ii, 1, 3
  6. -durgôdaya m. N. of wk. on the 16 Saṃskāras by Viśvêśvara Bhaṭṭa
  7. -viṃśati f. N. of a Vedânta wk. by Mukunda Kavi

sujyeṣṭha

  1. ○jyeṣṭha m. N. of a king (son of Agni-mitra) Pur

sujyaiṣṭhya

  1. ○jyaiṣṭhyá mfn. well entitled to primogeniture AV

sujyotis

  1. ○jyótis (or -jyotís), mfn. shining very brightly, radiant RV. VS

succhattra

  1. su-cchattra su-cchada &c. See col. 2

sujaghana

  1. su-jaghana su-joṅgha &c. See col. 2

sujjaka

  1. sujjaka and sujji m. N. of two men Rājat

suṭ

  1. suṭ (in gram.) a Pratyāhāra used as a technical expression for the first five inflections (i.e. nom. sg. du. pl., acc. sing. du. for masc. and fem. nouns
  2. cf. sarva-nāma-sthāna)

suṭaṅka

  1. su-ṭaṅka mfn. (cf. taṃ-kāra) sharp, shrill (said of a disagreeable sound) Bālar. iv, 50/51

suṭṭ

  1. suṭṭ cl. 10. P. suṭṭayati, to slight, disregard, despise Dhātup. xxxii, 26
  2. to be small or low or shallow Vop. ib

suḍaśabdanṛtya

  1. suḍa-śabda-nṛtya n. (in music) a kind of dance Saṃgīt

suḍīnaka

  1. su-ḍīnaka n. one of the modes of flight attributed to birds MBh

sut

  1. sut suta &c. See √3. 4. su, p. 1219

sutanaya

  1. su-tanaya mfn. (i.e. 5. su + tan○) having beautiful children VarBṛS

su

  1. su (to be similarly prefixed to the following):

sutanu

  1. ○tanu mfn. very thin or slender (-tā f.) Dhūrtas. (vḷ.)
  2. having a beautiful body Kāv
  3. m. N. of a Gandharva R
  4. of a son of Ugra-sena Hariv
  5. of a monkey R
  6. (u or ū), f. a fair woman (voc. sutanu, Vam. v, 2, 49) Śak. Śiś
  7. N. of a daughter of Ahuka (wife of Akrūra) MBh
  8. of a concubine of Vasu-deva Hariv
  9. of a daughter of Ugra-sena ib. VP

sutanuja

  1. ○tanuja mf(ā)n. having beautiful children, Kṛishṇaj

sutantu

  1. ○tantu m. 'having fair offspring', N. of Vishṇu MBh
  2. of Śiva Śivag
  3. of a Dānava Kathās

sutantra

  1. ○tantra mfn. 'well versed in doctrine' and 'commanding good troops' VarYogay

sutantri

  1. ○tantri mfn. well accompanied on the lute (as a song), melodious Ṛitus

sutapa

  1. ○tapa m. (for suta-pa See p. 1219, col. 2) 'practising great austerities, N. of a class of gods under the eighth Manu Pur

sutapas

  1. ○tápas mfn. very heating or warming AV
  2. practising severe austerity Kathās
  3. m. an ascetic, hermit L
  4. the sun L
  5. (pl.) N. of a class of gods under the eighth Manu (cf. su-tapa) BhP
  6. of various Ṛishis and their sons under various Manus Pur
  7. of other persons Virac

sutapasvin

  1. ○tapasvin mfn. practising great austerity or self mortification, Kṛishṇaj

sutapta

  1. ○tapta (sú-), mfn. very hot, much heated ŚBr. &c. &c
  2. purified by heat (as gold) MBh. [Page 1224, Column]
  3. greatly harassed or afflicted Hit
  4. very severe (as a penance) Mn. xi, 239
  5. (ā), f. Mucuna Pruritus L

sutamām

  1. ○tamām ind. (superl
  2. cf. -tarām) most excellently best MW

sutamisrā

  1. ○tamisrā (sú-), f. dense darkness ŚBr

sutara

  1. ○tara mfn. easy to be crossed RV. MBh
  2. easily passed (as a night) RV

sutaraṇa

  1. ○taraṇá mfn. easy to be crossed (as a river) RV

sutarām

  1. ○tarām See s.v

sutarkārī

  1. ○tarkārī f. a kind of gourd (= deva-dālī) L

sutardana

  1. ○tardana m. the Koil or Indian cuckoo L

sutarpayat

  1. ○tarpayat mfn. well satiating or satisfying Hariv

sutarpita

  1. ○tarpita mfn. well satiated or satisfied MBh. R

sutarman

  1. ○tárman mfn. easily conveying across (as a boat) RV

sutala

  1. ○tala n. (L. also m.), great depth', the second of the seven divisions of the regions under the earth (cf. loka, pātāla) Pur
  2. m. the base or foundation of a large building (= aṭṭālikā-bandha) L

sutalpa

  1. ○talpa n. a beautiful couch Pañcar

sutaṣṭa

  1. ○taṣṭa (sú-), mfn. well-fashioned RV

sutāna

  1. ○tāna mfn. well-tuned, melodious Pañcar

sutāmra

  1. ○tāmra mfn. deep-red
  2. ○róṣṭha mfn. very ruddy-lipped MBh

sutāra

  1. ○tāra mf(ā)n. very bright R. VarBṛS. Kathās
  2. very loud Bhartṛ
  3. having a beautiful pupil (as an eye) BhP
  4. m. a partic. per. fume Suśr
  5. N. of a preceptor Cat
  6. (ā), f. (in Sāṃkhya) one of the nine kinds of acquiescence (tuṣṭi), one of the eight kinds of perfection (siddhi
  7. also ○ram n.) Tattvas. Sāṃkhyak. Sch
  8. N. of an Apsaras Kālac
  9. of a daughter of Śva-phalka VP
  10. n. a kind of cat's eye L

sutāraka

  1. ○tāraka mfn. having beautiful stars MW
  2. (ā), f. N. of one of the 24 goddesses who execute the commands of the 24 Arhats L

sutāla

  1. ○tāla m. (in music) a kind of time or measure MBh

sutikta

  1. ○tikta mfn. very bitter or pungent L
  2. m. Oldenlandia Herbacea L
  3. (ā), f. a species of gourd (= kośātakī) L

sutiktaka

  1. ○tiktaka m. 'very bitter', Gentiana Chirayita L
  2. = pāribhadra L

sutintiḍā

  1. ○tintiḍā or f. Tamarindus Indica L

sutintiḍī

  1. ○tintiḍḍī f. Tamarindus Indica L

sutīkṣṇa

  1. ○tīkṣṇa mfn. very sharp or pungent, acutely painful (am ind. 'excessively') MBh. R. &c
  2. m. Moringa Pterygosperma L
  3. N. of a Muni (brother of Agastya) R. Bhaṭṭ
  4. -daśana m. very sharp-toothed', N. of Śiva MBh
  5. ○ṇâgra mfn. very sharp-pointed MBh

sutīkṣṇaka

  1. ○tīkṣṇaka m. a kind of tree (= suṣkaka) L

sutīrtha

  1. ○tīrthá mfn. conveying well across or to a goal VS
  2. easily crossed or traversed MBh. R. &c
  3. n. a good road MaitrS
  4. a very sacred bathingplace Pañcat
  5. an object of great adoration BhP
  6. m. a good teacher (opp. to ku-tīrtha) VarYogay. Mālav. i, 11/12 (here, accord. to others', N. of a teacher')
  7. N. of Śiva MBh
  8. of a king (v. l. su-nītha) VP
  9. -rāj m. N. of a mountain Śatr

sutīrthaka

  1. ○tīrthaka n. a very sacred bathing-place (as a proper N. ) MBh

sutīrthya

  1. ○tīrthya mf(ā)n. affording sacred bathing-places, Hir

sutuka

  1. ○túka mf(ā)n. (fr. √tuk = tak) running swiftly RV

sutukana

  1. ○tukana mfn. id. (used in explaining prec.) Nir. iv, 18

sutuṅga

  1. ○tuṅga mfn. very lofty or tall W
  2. m. the culmination or culminating point of a planet L
  3. the cocoa-nut tree L
  4. N. of a place MBh. (B. sa-t○)

sutumula

  1. ○tumula mf(ā)n. very noisy or loud MBh

sutuṣṭa

  1. ○tuṣṭa mfn. easily satisfied Kāv

sutus

  1. ○tus mfn. (nom. -tūs instr. pl. -tūrbhis) well-sounding Vop

sutūlikā

  1. ○tūlikā or f. a beautiful mattress L

sutūlī

  1. ○tūlī f. a beautiful mattress L

sutṛṇa

  1. ○tṛṇa n. beautiful grass Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-2, 195
  2. N. of various kinds of grass L

sutṛṣṇa

  1. ○tṛṣṇa (?), N. of a country Buddh

sutejana

  1. ○tejana mfn. well pointed or sharpened MBh
  2. m. a well-pointed arrow ib
  3. Alhagi Maurorum L
  4. N. of a warrior MBh

sutejas

  1. ○téjas mfn. very sharp or sharp-edged AV
  2. very bright, splendid ChUp
  3. m. N. of a son of the Gṛitsamada MBh
  4. of the 10th Arhat of the past Utsarpiṇī (with Jainas) L

sutejā

  1. ○tejā (?), f. Polanisia Icosandra (perhaps -tejas is meant) L

sutejita

  1. ○tejita mfn. = -tejana MBh

sutailā

  1. ○tailā f. 'yielding good oil', the plant Mahā-jyotishmati L

sutoya

  1. ○toya mf(ā)n. having beautiful water (as a river) VarBṛS
  2. m. N. of a king VP

sutoṣa

  1. ○toṣa (R.),

sutoṣaṇa

  1. ○toṣaṇa (Hariv.), mfn. easy to be satisfied

sutyaj

  1. ○tyáj mfn. easily letting loose or letting fly (others 'well hurling at', said of Agni) RV. viii, 49, 6

sutyaja

  1. ○tyaja mf(ā)n. easy to be abandoned or given up Kir

sutrāta

  1. ○trāta (sú-), mfn. well guarded or protected ŚBr

sutrātra

  1. ○trātrá mfn. = prec. and next RV

sutrāman

  1. ○trā́man mfn. guarding or protecting well RV. AV. ŚBr. ŚrS
  2. m. N. of Indra L
  3. a protector, ruler ( See dharitrī-s○)
  4. pl. a partic. class of gods under the 13th Manu Pur
  5. (○mā), f. N. of Pṛithivii MW

sutrāvan

  1. ○trā́van mfn. guarding well AV

sutvakka

  1. ○tvakka (Suśr.),

sutvac

  1. ○tvac (Car.), mfn. having a beautiful skin

sutsaru

  1. ○tsaru mfn. having a fine handle (as a sword) MBh

sudaṃśita

  1. ○daṃśita mfn. well bitten MW
  2. well armed (cf. pari-d○) ib
  3. very dense or close, crowded together MBh. [Page 1224, Column]

sudaṃṣṭra

  1. ○daṃṣṭra mfn. having strong or beautiful teeth MBh. R
  2. m. N. of a Rākshasa R
  3. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv
  4. of a son of Śambara Hariv
  5. of an adopted son of Asamañjas ib
  6. (ā), f. N. of a Kiṃ-narī Kāraṇḍ

sudaṃsas

  1. ○dáṃsas mfn. accomplishing mighty or splendid actions, energetic, active, powerful RV

sudakṣa

  1. ○dákṣa mf(ā)n. very capable or clever or strong (mostly said of gods) RV. TS. m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi

sudakṣiṇa

  1. ○dákṣiṇa mfn. having an excellent right hand RV
  2. very dexterous MBh
  3. very courteous or polite ib
  4. very sincere or upright, very liberal in sacrificial gifts MW
  5. m. N. of a king of the Kambojas MBh
  6. of a son of Pauṇḍraka BhP
  7. (ā), f. N. of a wife of Dilīpa Ragh

sudagdhikā

  1. ○dagdhikā f. a kind of plant (= dagdhā) L

sudaṇḍa

  1. ○daṇḍa m. the ratan cane (= vetra) L

sudaṇḍikā

  1. ○daṇḍikā f. the Go-rakshī plant L

sudat

  1. ○dat m. a handsome tooth BhP
  2. mf(atī)n. having handsome teeth MBh. Kāv. &c
  3. (ī), f. N. of a Suraṅganā Siṃhâs

sudatta

  1. ○datta mfn. well or properly given (cf. sūtta), Kār. on Pāṇ. 7-4, 47
  2. m. N. of a son of Śata-dhanvan (vḷ. su-dānta) Hariv
  3. of the rich householder Anātha-piṇḍa-da Lalit. MWB. 407
  4. of a village (also -grāma) Uttamac
  5. (ā), f. N. of a wife of Kṛishṇa Hariv

sudatra

  1. ○dátra mfn. granting good gifts RV

sudanta

  1. ○danta mfn. having good or handsome teeth R
  2. m. a good tooth MW
  3. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇd
  4. an actor, dancer L
  5. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi
  6. (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras VP
  7. (i), f. the female elephant of the north-west quarter L

sudama

  1. ○dama mfn. = next W

sudambha

  1. ○dambha mfn. easy to be subdued (used in explaining dabhra) Nir. iii, 20

sudayita

  1. ○dayita mfn. much beloved, very dear MBh

sudaridra

  1. ○daridra mfn. very poor Hariv

sudarpaṇa

  1. ○darpaṇa mfn. having a beautiful mirror, reflecting well Kathās

sudarbha

  1. ○darbha mfn. having good Darbha or Kuśa grass MW
  2. (ā), f. = ikṣu-darbhā L

sudarśa

  1. ○dárśa mfn. easily seen, conspicuous (compar. tara) RV. MBh
  2. beautiful to see, lovely MBh. (= prasanna-vaktra Nīlak.)
  3. -tā f. visibility, conspicuousness Hcat

sudarśaka

  1. ○darśaka m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ

sudarśana

  1. ○darśaná mf(ā)n. easily seen by (instr.) Vop
  2. good-looking, beautiful, handsome, lovely MBh. R. &c
  3. m. 'keen-sighted', a vulture L
  4. a fish Bhpr
  5. (in music) a kind of composition Saṃgīt
  6. N. of Śiva MBh
  7. of a son of Agni and Sudarśanā ib
  8. of a Vidyā-dhara BhP
  9. of a Muni ib
  10. of a Buddha Lalit
  11. of a patriarch Buddh
  12. of a serpent-demon ib
  13. of a Cakravartin ib
  14. of one of the 9 Jaina Śukla-balas or Bala-devas L
  15. of the father of the 18th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī L
  16. of a king of Mālava MBh
  17. of a king of Ujjayinī Cat
  18. of a king of Pāṭali-putra Hit
  19. of a son of Śaṅkhana R
  20. of a son of Artha-siddhi Hariv
  21. of a son of Dhruva-saṃdhi Ragh
  22. of a son of Dadhici Cat
  23. of a son of Aja-miḍha Hariv
  24. of a son of Bharata BhP
  25. of a son-in-law of Pratika ib
  26. of a gambler Kathās
  27. of various authors &c. (also with ācārya, kavi, bhaṭṭa, sūri &c.) Cat
  28. of a Jambū tree MBh
  29. of a mountain TĀr. MBh. Kāraṇḍ
  30. of a Dvipa MBh
  31. m. n. N. of the cakra or circular weapon of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa (or 'the disc of the sun') MBh. Kāv. &c
  32. of a mystical staff (carried by Saṃnyāsins as a defence against evil spirits, and consisting of a bamboo with six knots) RTL. xxi
  33. (ā́), f. a handsome woman, a woman W
  34. a night in the light half of a month TBr
  35. an order, command L
  36. Coculus Tomentosus L
  37. a sort of spirituous liquor L
  38. N. of a daughter of Duryodhana and Narmadā MBh
  39. of a princess Pañcat
  40. of a Gandharva maiden Kāraṇḍ
  41. of a lotus pond R
  42. of a Jambū tree MBh
  43. of Indra's city Amarāvatī Cat
  44. of a Comm. on the Tantra-rāja
  45. (ī), f. N. of Indra's city (also ○nī-nagara) Divyâv
  46. (am), n. (cf. m.) a partic. powder composed of various substances Bhpr
  47. N. of Indra's city
  48. of a Tirtha BhP
  49. -kavaca n. -kāla-prabhā f. N. of wks
  50. -cakra n. Vishnu's discus Cat
  51. -cūrṇa n. 'beautiful powder', a medicinal compound used in fevers ŚārṅgS
  52. -jvāla-mantra m. N. of a Mantra
  53. -dviipa n. Jambu-dviipa MW
  54. -nṛsiṃhârādhana n. -pañjarôpaniṣad f. -pāñcajanya-pratiṣṭhā f. N. of wks
  55. prīti-kara m. N. of a Kiṃ-nara prince Buddh
  56. -bhāṣya n. -mantra m. -mahā-mantra m. -māhātmya n. -mīmāṃsā f. -vijaya m. -śataka n. -ṣaḍ-akṣara n. -saṃhitā f. -sampāta m. -sahasra-nāman n. -sukarṇaka-carita f. -stava m. -stotra, n
  57. ○nâdi-yantra-vidhi m. ○nârādhana n. ○nârādhana-krama, m. ○nâṣṭaka m. N. of wks
  58. ○nôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upani. shad. [Page 1224, Column]

sudarśanīya

  1. ○darśanīya mfn. easy to be seen MBh

sudarśinī

  1. ○darśinī f. N. of a lotus pond R

sudala

  1. ○dala m. 'having good leaves', Pterospermum Suberifolium L
  2. a kind of creeper (= kṣīra-moraṭa) L
  3. (ā), f. Rosa Glandulifera L
  4. Glycine Debilis L

sudaśana

  1. ○daśana mf(ā)n. having handsome teeth MārkP

sudaśārhakula

  1. ○daśârha-kula mfn. sprung from a race worthy of a happy fate (and 'from the noble race of the Daśârhas') Kathās

sudā

  1. ○dā́ mfn. giving bountifully, munificent RV

sudātu

  1. ○dā́tu mfn. (√do) easily divisible RV

sudātṛ

  1. ○dātṛ mfn. = -dā Sāy

sudāna

  1. ○dāna n. a rich or bounteous gift Subh

sudānu

  1. ○dā́nu mfn. pouring out or bestowing abundantly, bounteous, munificent (said of various gods) RV. AV

sudānta

  1. ○dānta mfn. welltamed, well restrained (as horses) MBh
  2. m. 'very self-controlled', a Pratyeka-buddha (q.v.) L
  3. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. (printed su-danta)
  4. N. of a son of Śata-dhanvan Hariv
  5. -sena m. N. of a medical writer Cat

sudāma

  1. ○dāma m. 'giving well', N. of a cowherd attendant on Kṛishṇa Pañcar
  2. pl. N. of a people (v. l. for su-dāsa) R
  3. (ā), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attendant on Skanda MBh
  4. of a river (in the north of India) R

sudāman

  1. ○dāman mfn. giving well, bestowing abundantly, bountiful RV
  2. m. a cloud L
  3. the sea L
  4. N. of a Gandharva R
  5. of a king of the Daśârṇas MBh
  6. of another king (prob. wṛ. for su-dās) Kull. on Mn. viii, 110
  7. of a cowherd attendant on Kṛishṇa Cat
  8. of a poor Brāhman (who came to Dvārakā to ask Kṛishṇa's aid, and was made wealthy by him) BrahmaP
  9. of a garland-maker (cf. 3. dāman) BhP
  10. of Indra's elephant, Airāvata L
  11. of a mountain (?) MBh
  12. of a river PañcavBr
  13. pl. N. of a people MBh

sudāmana

  1. ○dāmana m. N. of a councillor of Janaka R
  2. n. a partic. mythical weapon R. (B. su-dāruṇa)

sudāminī

  1. ○dāminī f. N. of the wife of Śamika BhP

sudāya

  1. ○dāya m. a good or auspicious gift, a special gift on partic. occasions (e.g. a gift to a student at his investiture with the sacred thread or Yajñôpavita, a nuptial present &c.) L
  2. mfn. one who makes the above gift (e.g. a father, mother, husband &c.) Dāyabh

sudāru

  1. ○dāru n. good wood Pañcat. (B.)
  2. m. 'furnishing good wood', N. of a part of the Vindhya mountains (called Pāriyātra, q.v.) L
  3. -mūla m. Alhagi Maurorum L

sudāruṇa

  1. ○dāruṇa mf(ā)n. very cruel or dreadful or terrible (n. 'something terrible' or 'a partic. mythical weapon') MBh. R. &c

sudāvan

  1. ○dā́van mfn. giving well, bounteous, munificent RV

sudās

  1. ○dā́s mfn. (prob. fr. a √dās = dāś) worshipping the gods well (bestowing rich gifts Sāy.) RV. (compar. -tara ib.)
  2. m. N. of a celebrated king of the Tṛitsus (son of Divo-dās, at whose court both Vasishṭha and Viśvāmitra appear to have acted as family priests
  3. Sudās Paijavana is regarded as the author of RV. x, GrŚrS 133) RV. AitBr. GṛŚrS. Mn. vii, 41

sudāsa

  1. ○dāsa m. (perhaps identical with prec.) N. of a king BhP
  2. of a grandson of Ṛitu-parṇa Hariv
  3. of a son of Sarva-kāma Pur
  4. of a son of Cyavana ib
  5. of a son of Bṛihad-ratha ib
  6. of the father of Mitra-saha Cat
  7. pl. N. of a people (v. l. -dāma and -dāman) R

suditi

  1. ○diti mfn. (in a formula as opp. to a-diti) Vait. (su-dītí TS.)

sudina

  1. ○dína mf(ā)n. clear, bright (as a day or morning) RV
  2. n. a clear or fine or auspicious day RV. &c. &c
  3. happy time, happiness (= sukha) Naigh. iii, 6
  4. N. of a Tirtha MBh
  5. -tā f. clear weather Bhartṛ
  6. -tvá n. state of fine weather, an auspicious time RV
  7. ○nâha n. a bright fine day Pat. on Pāṇ. 2-4, 30

sudināya

  1. ○dināya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a fine day, clear up Pāṇ. 3-1, 17 Vārtt. 1

sudiv

  1. ○dív mfn. shining brightly RV

sudiva

  1. ○divá n. (AV.),

sudivasa

  1. ○divasa m. (Bhartṛ.) a bright or fine day

sudivā

  1. ○divā ind. id. KāśīKh
  2. -taṇḍi m. N. of a Ṛishi MBh

sudih

  1. ○dih mfn. well polished, bright, sharp (as teeth) Vait

sudīkṣā

  1. ○dīkṣā f. 'beautiful consecration', N. of Lakshmī Vishṇ. (= yajñâdhikāra-siddhi Sch.)

sudīti

  1. ○dītí f. bright flame RV
  2. mfn. flaming, shining. brilliant RV. TS
  3. m. N. of a man (having the patr. Āṅgirasa and author of RV. viii, 71) Anukr

sudīditi

  1. ○dī́diti mfn. flaming brightly, shining beautifully RV

sudīpta

  1. ○dīpta mfn. shining bright MuṇḍUp

sudīrgha

  1. ○dīrgha mfn. very long (in time and space), very extended Kāv. Kathās
  2. (ā), f. a kind of cucumber L
  3. (○gha) -gharmā f. the plant Marsilia Quadrifolia L
  4. -phalākā f. a kind of egg-plant L
  5. -jīvaphalā f. a kind of cucumber L

suduḥkha

  1. ○duḥkha n. great pain or sorrow MBh
  2. mf(ā)n. very painful or troublesome, very difficult to (inf.) MBh. R. &c
  3. (am), ind. very painfully, most uneasily ib
  4. ○khârohaṇa mfn. very difficult of ascent R

suduḥkhita

  1. ○duḥkhita mfn. much grieved, greatly afflicted MBh. Pur. [Page 1225, Column]

suduḥśrava

  1. ○duḥśrava mfn. very unpleasant to be heard Uttarar

suduḥsaha

  1. ○duḥsaha mfn. very difficult to be borne or endured, quite intolerable Kālid

suduḥsparśa

  1. ○duḥsparśa mfn. very unplasant to be touched or felt BhP

sudukūla

  1. ○dukūla mfn. made of very fine cloth Ṛitus

sudugha

  1. ○dúgha mf(ā)n. milking well or easily, yielding much, abundant, bountiful RV. AV
  2. (ā), f. a good milch cow RV

sudurācāra

  1. ○durācāra mfn. very ill-conducted, very badly behaved or wicked, a profligate W

sudurādharṣa

  1. ○durādharṣa mf(ā)n. quite intolerable Hariv
  2. very hard to get at, unattainable R

sudurāruha

  1. ○durāruha mfn. very hard to be ascended, inaccessible W

sudurāvarta

  1. ○durāvarta mfn. very hard to be dissuaded or convinced MBh

sudurāsada

  1. ○durāsada mfn. very hard to be got at, unapproachable to (gen.) R

sudurukti

  1. ○durukti f. very harsh language BhP

sudurgama

  1. ○durgama or mfn. very difficult to be traversed or crossed or sailed over MBh. R

sudurgamya

  1. ○durgamya mfn. very difficult to be traversed or crossed or sailed over MBh. R

sudurjaya

  1. ○durjaya mfn. very difficult to be overcome or conquered MBh. Kāv. &c
  2. very difficult to be won or obtained BhP
  3. m. a kind of military array Kām
  4. N. of a son of Suvira MBh
  5. of a Brāhman Buddh
  6. (ā), f. (with Buddhists) N. of one of the 10 stages of perfection Dharmas. 64

sudurjara

  1. ○durjara mfn. very difficult to be digested MBh

sudurjñeya

  1. ○durjñeya mfn. very difficult to become acquainted with ib

sudurdarśa

  1. ○durdarśa mfn. very difficult to be discerned or seen or observed, unpleasant or intolerable to the eye R. Sch

sudurdṛśa

  1. ○durdṛśa mfn. id. R. MārkP

sudurdharṣa

  1. ○durdharṣa mfn. very difficult to be approached or attacked, intangible MBh

sudurnirīkṣaṇa

  1. ○durnirīkṣaṇa mfn. very dṭdifficult to be looked at BhP

sudurbala

  1. ○durbala mfn. very weak or faint MBh

sudurbuddhi

  1. ○durbuddhi mfn. very foolish or stupid ib

sudurbhaga

  1. ○durbhaga mf(ā)n. very unfortunate BhP

sudurbhida

  1. ○durbhida mfn. very difficult to be split or broken MBh

sudurmati

  1. ○durmati mfn. very foolish or evil-minded ib

sudurmanas

  1. ○durmanas mfn. very dispirited or troubled in mind R

sudurmarṣa

  1. ○durmarṣa mf(ā)n. very or quite intolerable BhP

sudurlabha

  1. ○durlabha mfn. very difficult to be attained, very scarce or rare MBh. R. &c
  2. very difficult to or to be (inf.) MBh

sudurvaca

  1. ○durvaca mfn. very difficult to be answered MBh. Car

sudurvacas

  1. ○durvacas n. a very hard word MārkP

sudurvaha

  1. ○durvaha mfn. very difficult to be borne HPariś

sudurvida

  1. ○durvida (MBh.),

sudurveda

  1. ○durveda (R.), mfn. very difficult to be known or understood

suduścara

  1. ○duścara mfn. very difficult of access, inaccessible R
  2. very arduous or painful Mn. Sūryas

suduścikitsa

  1. ○duścikitsa mfn. very difficult to be healed or cured BhP

suduṣkara

  1. ○duṣkara mfn. very difficult to be done, most arduous MBh. Bcar. BhP

suduṣkula

  1. ○duṣkula n. a very low or degraded race or family R

suduṣkṛta

  1. ○duṣkṛta mfn. a very great sin or crime MBh

suduṣkha

  1. ○duṣkha

suduṣkhita

  1. ○duṣḍkhita See -duḥkha, ○khita

suduṣṭa

  1. ○duṣṭa mfn. very bad or wicked R

suduṣpāra

  1. ○duṣpāra mfn. very difficult to be penetrated or investigated Vishṇ

suduṣprabha

  1. ○duṣprabha m. a chameleon L

suduṣprasādhya

  1. ○duṣprasādhya mfn. very dṭdifficult to be mastered or conquered Kām

suduṣprāpa

  1. ○duṣprâpa mfn. very difficult to be reached or attained, quite inaccessible R

suduṣprekṣya

  1. ○duṣprêkṣya mfn. very difficult to be caught sight of. MBh

sudustara

  1. ○dustara (Hit. BhP.),

sudustāra

  1. ○dustāra (MBh.), mfn. very dṭdifficult to be passed or crossed

sudustyaja

  1. ○dustyaja mfn. very difficult to be abandoned or quitted MBh. BhP

suduha

  1. ○duha mfn. easy to be milked (cf. su-dugha) MBh

sudūra

  1. ○dūra mfn. very remote or distant (-dūrāt, 'from afar'
  2. -dūrāt sudūre, 'very far away') MuṇḍUp
  3. (am), ind. very far away Ratnâv
  4. in a very high degree Daś

sudṛḍha

  1. ○dṛḍha (sú-), mfn. very firm or hard or strong AV
  2. very tenacious (as memory) Kām
  3. well secured or locked, Kṛishṇaj
  4. (am), ind. very intensely MBh
  5. -tā f. firmness Prab
  6. -tvacā f. Gmelina Arborea L
  7. -vrata mfn. very rigid or strict in vows MW
  8. -harmya-vat mfn. having very strong fortresses Hcat

sudṛpta

  1. ○dṛpta mfn. very proud or arrogant R. BhP

sudṛś

  1. ○dṛ́ś mf(Ved. -dṛ́śī)n. keen-sighted RV. Kām
  2. well-looking, handsome RV
  3. having beautiful eyes (-dṛk f. 'a pretty woman') Kāv. Pur
  4. m. pl. (with Buddhists) a partic. class of gods Lalit

sudṛśīka

  1. ○dṛ́śīka mfn. looking beautiful, handsome RV
  2. -rūpa (-dṛ́śīka-), mfn. having a beautiful colour ib
  3. -saṃdṛś (-dṛ́śīka-), mfn. having a beautiful appearance ib

sudṛśya

  1. ○dṛśya mfn. easily seen, clearly visible MBh
  2. looking beautiful, handsome Pañcar

sudṛṣṭa

  1. ○dṛṣṭa mf(ā)n. well seen (acc. with √kṛ, 'to look at well or earnestly') MBh. R
  2. easy to be seen (compar. -tara) Jātakam
  3. m. pl. N. of a people (v. l. sudeṣṭa) MBh

sudṛṣṭi

  1. ○dṛṣṭi mfn. keen-sighted Bālar
  2. m. a vulture L

sudeva

  1. ○devá m. a good or real god. RV. ŚBr
  2. (accord. to some) 'sporting well', a potent or highly erotic lover (in this meaning fr. √div, 'to play', and opp. to vi-deva, 'impotent, unerotic') RV. x, 95, 14 AV. xx, 136, 12 [Page 1225, Column]
  3. mfn. having the right gods, protected by them RV. TS
  4. destined for the right gods VS. TBr
  5. m. N. of a Kāśyapa TĀr
  6. of a Brāhman MBh
  7. of a general of Ambarīsha ib
  8. of a son of Hary-aśva and king of Kāśi ib
  9. of a king of Vidarbha R
  10. of a son of Akrūra Hariv
  11. of a son of Pauṇḍra Vāsudeva ib
  12. of a son of Cañcu ib
  13. of a son of Campa BhP
  14. of a son of Devaka VP
  15. of a son of Vishṇu BhP
  16. of a poet Cat
  17. (ā), f. N. of the wife of Ari-ha (also called Āṅgeyī) MBh
  18. of the wife of Vikuṇṭhana (also called Dāśârhī) ib

sudevana

  1. ○devana n. ardent gambling MBh

sudevi

  1. ○devi f. (m. c. for ○vii) N. of the wife of Nābhi and mother of Ṛishabha BhP

sudevikā

  1. ○devikā f. (prob.) a proper N. Pat

sudevya

  1. ○devyá n. the whole body of good gods RV

sudeśa

  1. ○deśa m. a fit place, Kṛishṇaj,

sudeśika

  1. ○deśika m. a good guide Bcar

sudeṣṇa

  1. ○deṣṇa m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv
  2. of an adopted son of Asamañjas (vḷ. -daṃṣṭra) ib
  3. (pl.) N. of a people (vḷ. sudella) MBh
  4. (ā), f. N. of the wife of Bali MBh
  5. of the wife of Virāṭa ib

sudeṣṇu

  1. ○deṣṇu f. = su-deṣṇā Uṇ. iii, 16 Sch

sudeha

  1. ○deha m. a beautiful body BhP

sudogdhrī

  1. ○dogdhrī f. yielding much milk MBh

sudogha

  1. ○dógha mf(ā)n. id., (fig.) bountiful, liberal RV

sudoha

  1. ○dóha mfn. easy to be milked (compar. -tara) MaitrS

sudohana

  1. ○dohana mf(ā)n. id. (used in explaining su-dugha) Nir. xi, 43

sudyu

  1. ○dyu m. N. of a son of Cāru-pāda BhP

sudyut

  1. ○dyút mfn. shining beautifully RV

sudyumna

  1. ○dyumná mf(ā)n. id. ib
  2. m. N. of a king MaitrUp
  3. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata (supposed to have been born a female under the name of Iḍā q.v., and afterwards changed into a male through the favour of Mitra and Varuṇa) MBh. Hariv
  4. of a son of Abhaya-da BhP

sudyotman

  1. ○dyótman mfn. shining bright RV

sudraviṇas

  1. ○dráviṇas mfn. having splendid riches or treasures ib

sudraṣṭṛ

  1. ○draṣṭṛ mfn. one who sees well, having good insight into (gen.) Pat. on Pāṇ. 5-4, 77

sudru

  1. ○drú m. good wood or timber RV

sudvija

  1. ○dvija mf(ā)n. having good teeth
  2. ○jânana mfn. having a mouth containing good teeth MBh

sudhana

  1. ○dhána mfn. very rich RV
  2. N. of various men Buddh. Śukas

sudhanus

  1. ○dhanus m. N. of a son of Kuru Hariv. Pur
  2. of an ancestor of Gautama Buddha Buddh

sudhanva

  1. ○dhanva m. the 8th cubit (aratni) from the bottom or the 10th from the top of the sacrificial post L

sudhanvan

  1. ○dhánvan mfn. having an excellent bow RV. &c. &c
  2. m. the son of an outcaste Vaiśya by a woman of the same class Mn. x, 23 (some read sudhanvâcārya in one word)
  3. N. of Vishṇu L
  4. of Tvashṭṛi or Viśva-karman L
  5. of an Āṅgirasa ŚBr. MBh
  6. of a son of Vairāja and guardian of the east Hariv
  7. of a king vanquished by Māndhātṛi MBh
  8. of a son of Sambhūta Hariv
  9. of a son of Ahīna-gu ib
  10. of a son of Abhaya-da ib
  11. of a son of Kuru ib
  12. of a king of SāṃkāŚya R
  13. of a son of Śāśvata VP
  14. of a son of Satya-dhṛita ib
  15. ○vamāhātmya n. N. of wk
  16. ○vâcārya m. a partic. mixed caste (= sudhanvan) L. (cf. Mn. x, 23)
  17. a worshipper of Iśāna i.e. Śiva L

sudhara

  1. ○dhara m. N. of an Arhat Buddh

sudharma

  1. ○dharma m. good law, justice, duty R. BhP
  2. 'maintaining law or justice', N. of a man Cat
  3. of a Mahā-brahman (q.v.) SaddhP
  4. one of the 10 disciples of the celebrated Jaina teacher and Arhat Mahā-viira W
  5. of a king of the Kiṃ-naras SaddhP
  6. of a palace Caurap
  7. pl. N. of a class of deities MW
  8. (ā), f. the assembly hall of the gods (also ī) MBh. Kāv. Buddh
  9. N. of the wife of Mātali MBh

sudharman

  1. ○dhárman mfn. well supporting or maintaining VS
  2. practising justice, attending well to duty Hariv
  3. m. the maintainer of a family (= kuṭumbin) L
  4. the assembly hall of the gods Daś
  5. N. of a being reckoned among the Viśve Devā? Hariv
  6. of a king of the Daśârṇas MBh
  7. of a son of Dṛiḍha-nemi Hariv
  8. of a son of Citraka ib
  9. (with Jainas) of a Gaṇâdhipa (also ○ma-svāmin) HPariś
  10. (pl.) N. of various classes of gods under various Manus Pur

sudharmin

  1. ○dharmin mfn. (in next
  2. also wṛ. for -dharman)
  3. ○mi-tā f. description of anything by mentioning its characteristics Vās. Sch

sudharmiṣṭha

  1. ○dharmiṣṭha mf(ā)n. giving the strictest attention to one's duties, most virtuous MBh

sudharṣa

  1. ○dharṣa or mfn. (prob.) easy to be got at or laid hold of Vop. -1

sudharṣaṇa

  1. ○dharḍṣaṇa mfn. (prob.) easy to be got at or laid hold of Vop. -1

sudhā

  1. ○dhā f. (√1. dhā
  2. for 2. su-dhā &c., See s.v.) welfare, ease, comfort AV. AitBr

sudhāta

  1. ○dhāta mfn. well-cleaned ŚvetUp. (= -dhauta Sch.)

sudhātu

  1. ○dhā́tu mfn. well-founded, secure RV
  2. well off, wealthy VS
  3. -dakṣiṇa (-dhā́○), mfn. (prob.) one on whom the sacrificial fee is well conferred, worthy of the sacrificial fee (accord. to Sch. 'one who receives precious metal as a sṭsacrificial fee') VS. Kāṭh. Kauś. [Page 1225, Column]

sudhātṛ

  1. ○dhātṛ mfn. one who arranges or regulates well PañcavBr. KātyŚr

sudhāma

  1. ○dhāma See next

sudhāman

  1. ○dhāman m. N. of various Ṛishis Pur
  2. of a son of Ghṛita-pṛishṭhta BhP.: of a mountain (vḷ. -dhāma) VP
  3. pl. N. of a class of deities under the 10th Manu (vḷ. -dhāma) ib

sudhāya

  1. ○dhā́ya m. ease, comfort TS

sudhāyuka

  1. ○dhāyuka m. N. of a man
  2. pl. his descendants, g. upakâdi. -1

sudhāra

  1. ○dhārá mfn. streaming beautifully RV. -2

sudhāra

  1. ○dhāra mfn. well pointed (as an arrow) MBh

sudhārin

  1. ○dhārin mfn. well maintaining (law or order) ib

sudhi

  1. ○dhi See -dhī

sudhita

  1. ○dhita (sú-), mfn. (for sudhita See p. 1226, col. 1) well placed or fixed RV
  2. well ordered or arranged or contrived ib. TBr
  3. well prepared or served, ready (as food) RV
  4. fixed upon, meant, intended ib
  5. well-disposed, kind, benevolent ib. VS

sudhī

  1. ○dhī f. good sense or understanding, intelligence Subh
  2. (-dhī́), mfn. (nom. īs, i) having a good understanding, wise, clever, sensible R. Kathās. &c
  3. religious, pious RV
  4. m. a wise or learned man, Pandit, teacher L
  5. -candrikā f. N. of wk
  6. -"ṣndra-yati (○dhI7ndr○), m. N. of an author
  7. -mayūkha m. -vāda m. -vilocana n. -vilocana-sāra, m. -śṛṅgāra m. N. of wks
  8. -dhy-upâsya, See suddhyup○ (s.v.) -1

sudhīra

  1. ○dhīra mfn. very considerate or wise MW. -2

sudhīra

  1. ○dhīra mfn. very firm or resolute Pañcat. (vḷ.)

sudhīvan

  1. ○dhīvan mfn. Pāṇ. 3-2, 74 Sch

sudhur

  1. ○dhúr or mfn. going well under the yoke

sudhura

  1. ○dhúra mfn. going well under the yoke
  2. m. a good draught-horse RV

sudhūpaka

  1. ○dhūpaka m. the resin of Pinus Longifolia L

sudhūpya

  1. ○dhūpya or m. a partic. fragrant substance L

sudhūmya

  1. ○dhūmya m. a partic. fragrant substance L

sudhūmravarṇā

  1. ○dhūmravarṇā f. N. of one of the seven tongues of Agni Gṛihyās

sudhṛt

  1. ○dhṛt m. N. of a son of Mahā-viirya (cf. dhṛti) BhP

sudhṛta

  1. ○dhṛta (sú-), mfn. very constant or persevering AV

sudhṛti

  1. ○dhṛti m. N. of a king (son of Mahā-vira or Mahā-virya
  2. cf. -dhṛt) R
  3. of a son of Rājya-vardhana Pur

sudhṛṣṭama

  1. ○dhṛṣṭama mfn. very bold or resolute (?) RV

sudhauta

  1. ○dhauta mfn. well cleaned or polished MBh

sutarām

  1. su-tarām ind. (fr. 5. su + tarām = taram) still more, in a higher degree, excessively (sṭstill na, 'still less'
  2. na s○, 'very badly'
  3. mā s○, 'in no way', 'by no means') MBh. Kāv. &c

sutavat

  1. suta-vat suta-soma &c. See p. 1219, col. 2

sutāra

  1. su-tāra su-tāraka &c. See p. 1224, col. 1

suti

  1. suti sutī, sutīya, sutya &c. See under 3. √su, 4. √su, p. 1219, cols. 2, 3

sudaṃṣṭra

  1. su-daṃṣṭra su-daṃsas and e. See p. 1224, col. a

sudi

  1. sudi ind. (thought by some to be a contraction of su-dina, but really wṛ. for śudi, q.v.)

sudella

  1. sudella sudeṣṭa, See su-deṣṇa, su-dṛṣṭa, cols. 1, 2

suddhyupāsya

  1. suddhy-upâsya mfn. (euphonically for sudhy-up○ See su-dhī), to be worshipped by the intelligent' (said of the Supreme Being) Pāṇ. 1-1, 58 Sch

sudhā

  1. su-dhā f. (fr. 5. [su+√dhe]
  2. for 1. su-dhā, 'welfare', See col. 2) 'good drink', the beverage of the gods, nectar (cf. 2. dhātu, p. 514) MBh. Kāv. &c
  3. the nectar or honey of flowers L
  4. juice, water L
  5. milk (also pl.) VarBṛS. Pañcar
  6. white wash, plaster, mortar, cement MBh. R. &c
  7. a brick L
  8. lightning L
  9. the earth Gal
  10. Euphorbia Antiquorum or another species Car
  11. Sanseviera Roxburghiana L
  12. Glycine Debilis L
  13. Emblica or yellow Myrobalan L
  14. a kind of metre Ked
  15. N. of the, wife of a Rudra BhP
  16. of the Ganges L
  17. of various wks

sudhāṃśu

  1. ○"ṣṃśu (○dhâṃśu), m. 'nectar-rayed', the moon (as the supposed repository of nectar) Kāv. Kathās. &c
  2. camphor L
  3. -taila n. camphorated oil L
  4. -bha n. -ratna n. a pearl L

sudhākaṇṭha

  1. ○kaṇṭha m. 'nectar-throated', the Indian cuckoo L

sudhākara

  1. ○"ṣkara (○dhâk○), m. a mine or receptacle of nectar Naish
  2. the moon ib. (-tā f. Caurap.)
  3. N. of various wks. and authors

sudhākalaśa

  1. ○kalaśa m. N. of an author (pupil of Rāja-śekhara) Cat

sudhākāra

  1. ○kāra m. a plasterer, whitewasher R

sudhākir

  1. ○kir mfn. distilling nectar, Sah

sudhākṣālita

  1. ○kṣālita mfn. plaster-washed, white washed, Siś

sudhāṅga

  1. ○ṅga (○dhâṅga), m. 'nectar-bodied', the moon L

sudhājīvin

  1. ○jīvin m. 'living by plaster', a plasterer, bricklayer L

sudhāṭippaṇī

  1. ○ṭippaṇī f. N. of a Commentary. [Page 1226, Column]

sudhādīdhiti

  1. ○dīdhiti m. = sudhâṃśu Bālar. -1

sudhādrava

  1. ○drava m. whitewash, plaster (○vânulepa) Mṛicch
  2. a nectarlike fluid W. -2

sudhādrava

  1. ○drava Nom. P. ○vati, to appear white as plaster Dhūrtas
  2. to flow like nectar MW

sudhādhavala

  1. ○dhavala mf(ā)n. white as plaster Kād
  2. whitewashed, plastered, stuccoed Vās

sudhādhavalita

  1. ○dhavalita mfn. = prec. Hcat. Kull

sudhādhāman

  1. ○dhāman m. = sudhâṃśu m. = sudhâṃśu, Vṛishabhān

sudhādhāra

  1. ○"ṣdhāra (-"ṣdhâdh), m. 'nectar-receptacle', the moon L

sudhādhārā

  1. ○dhārā f. a stream of nectar Kāv
  2. -kvatha-stotra n. N. of wk

sudhādhauta

  1. ○dhauta mfn. white washed Kathās

sudhānandalaharī

  1. ○"ṣnanda-laharī (○dhân○), f. N. of a poem

sudhānandasūri

  1. ○"ṣnanda-sūri (○dhân○), m. N. of a man Cat

sudhānidhi

  1. ○nidhi m. = sudhâdhāra L
  2. N. of various wks

sudhāndhas

  1. ○"ṣndhas (○dhân○), m. = suddhābhuj Pārśvan

sudhāpāṇi

  1. ○pāṇi m. 'bearing nectar in his hands', N. of Dhanvantari (q.v.) L

sudhāpūtra

  1. ○pūtra m. a stream of nectar Pañcat

sudhābhavana

  1. ○bhavana n. a plastered or stuccoed house W
  2. the fifth Muhūrta ib

sudhābhitti

  1. ○bhitti f. a white washed wall Daś

sudhābhuj

  1. ○bhuj m. 'feeding on nectar', a god, deity L

sudhābhṛti

  1. ○bhṛti f. 'nectar-bearing', the moon L
  2. sacrifice (vḷ. -sūti) L

sudhābhojin

  1. ○bhojin m. = -bhuj Bālar

sudhāmaya

  1. ○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of nectar Kāv. Kathās
  2. made of cement or plaster &c. L
  3. m. (with or scil. prāsāda) a palace, mansion, brick or cemented or stone building L

sudhāmayūkha

  1. ○mayūkha m. = sudhâṃśu Harav

sudhāmitra

  1. ○mitra m. N. of a man, g. kāśyâdi

sudhāmukhī

  1. ○mukhī f. N. of an Apsaras Pañcar

sudhāmṛta

  1. ○"ṣmṛta (○dhâm○), n. nectar VP
  2. -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of nectar ib

sudhāmodaka

  1. ○modaka m. bamboo manna L
  2. -ja m. a kind of sugar prepared from it MW

sudhāyoni

  1. ○yoni m. 'source of nectar', the moon MārkP

sudhārañjinī

  1. ○rañjinī f. N. of an astron. wk. by Keśavâcārya

sudhāraśmi

  1. ○raśmi m. = sudhâṃśu, Vṛishabhān

sudhārasa

  1. ○rasa m. nectar-juice MBh. Kathās
  2. milk Pañcar
  3. N. of an astron. wk. by Ananta
  4. mfn. tasting like nectar (-tva n.) Naish
  5. -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of nectar, containing nectar Caurap

sudhālaharī

  1. ○laharī f. N. of a poem (in praise of the sun) by Jagan-nātha Paṇḍita-rāja

sudhāvat

  1. ○vat m. N. of a man, g. bāhv-ādi
  2. pl. a class of deceased ancestors (vḷ. svadhā-vat) MBh

sudhāvadāta

  1. ○"ṣvadāta (○dhâv○), mfn. = -dhavala MBh. R
  2. N. of a mountain Divyâv

sudhāvarti

  1. ○varti m. collyrium made from nectar HPariś

sudhāvarṣa

  1. ○varṣa m. a shower of nectar Kathās

sudhāvarṣin

  1. ○varṣin mfn. raining nectar HPariś. (v. l.)
  2. m. N. of Brahmā W
  3. of a partic. Buddha L

sudhāvāsa

  1. ○"ṣvāsa (○dhâv○), m. 'nectar-abode', the moon, Kṛishṇaj
  2. (ā), f. a kind of cucumber (= trapuṣī) L

sudhāvṛṣṭi

  1. ○vṛṣṭi f. a shower of nectar W

sudhāśaśāṅkadhavala

  1. ○śaśâṅkadhavala mfn. white as cement and the moon VarBṛS

sudhāśubhra

  1. ○śubhra mfn. white washed Bhartṛ

sudhāśravā

  1. ○śravā incorrect for -sravā

sudhāsaṃgraha

  1. ○saṃgraha m. N. of a medical wk

sudhāsava

  1. ○"ṣsava (○dhâs○), m. a partic. cosmetic BhP

sudhāsāgara

  1. ○sāgara m. 'ocean of nectar', N. of various wks. -1

sudhāsāra

  1. ○sāra m. N. of a Commentary (also called su-bodhinī). -2

sudhāsāra

  1. ○"ṣsāra (○dhâs○), m. a shower of nectar Kathās

sudhāsita

  1. ○sita m. whitewashed Śak. (vḷ.)
  2. white as cement (-tā f.) Kathās
  3. provided with nectar Kir. xv, 45

sudhāsindhu

  1. ○sindhu m. the ocean of nectar Ānand

sudhāsū

  1. ○sū m. 'producer of nectar', the moon L

sudhāsūka

  1. ○sūka (?), m. N. of a king VP

sudhāsūti

  1. ○sūti f. 'producing nectar', the moon Rājat
  2. sacrifice, oblation L
  3. a lotus flower L

sudhāseka

  1. ○seka m. sprinkling with nectar Kathās

sudhāspardhin

  1. ○spardhin mfn. vying with nectar, sweet as nectar (said of speech) Sāh

sudhāsyanda

  1. ○syanda mfn. distilling nectar W

sudhāsyandin

  1. ○syandin mfn. flowing with nectar Viddh

sudhāsravā

  1. ○sravā f. 'water-distilling', the uvula or soft palate L
  2. the shrub Rudantī L

sudhāhara

  1. ○hara m. 'nectar-stealer', N. of Garuḍa (fabled to have stolen the moon's nectar for the serpent children of Kadrū, wife of Kaśyapa, in return for which his mother Vinatā, also one of Kaśyapa's wives, was released from subjection to Kadru) L

sudhāhartṛ

  1. ○hartṛ (Kathās.),

sudhāhṛt

  1. ○hṛt (L.), m. = prec

sudhāhrada

  1. ○hrada m. a nectar-lake Kathās

sudhendra

  1. sudhêndra m. (cf. sudhī7ndra) N. of an author

sudhodaya

  1. sudhôdaya m. 'nectar production', N. of a Tantra wk. by Hari-vallabha

sudhodgāra

  1. sudhôdgāra m. a flood of nectar
  2. -maya mf(ī)n. consisting of a flood of nectar Naish

sudhodbhava

  1. sudhôdbhava m. 'nectar-source', N. of Dhanvantari (q.v.) L
  2. (ā), f. Terminalia Chebula L

sudhaya

  1. sudhaya Nom. P. ○yati, to refresh, comfort (v. l. svadh○) BhP

sudhita

  1. sudhita mfn. (for su-dhita See p. 1225, col. 3) nectar-like BhP

sudhīkṛ

  1. sudhī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to change into nectar Naish

sudhāta

  1. su-dhāta &c. See p. 1225, col. 2

sudhiti

  1. sudhiti mfn. = svadhiti, an axe, hatchet, knife L. [Page 1226, Column]

sudhī

  1. su-dhī &c. See p. 1225, col. 3

sudheṣa

  1. sudheṣa N. of a country MW

sudhauta

  1. su-dhauta See p. 1225, col. 3

sunakṣatra

  1. su-nákṣatra n. (i.e. 5. su + n○) a good or auspicious Nakshatra AV
  2. m. 'born under an auspṭauspicious Nakshatra', N. of a king (son of Maru-deva) BhP
  3. of a son of Niramitra ib
  4. (ā), f. N. of the second night of the civil month (karma-māsa) MW
  5. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh

su

  1. su (to be similarly prefixed to the following):

sunat

  1. ○nat mfn. Pat. on Pāṇ. 6-4, 40

sunata

  1. ○nata mfn. hanging down very deep Pat. on Pāṇ. 2-1, 1 Vārtt. 27, and ii, 2, 24 Vārtt. 1

sunati

  1. ○nati m. N. of a Daitya (vḷ. su-mati) Hariv

sunanda

  1. ○nanda mfn. pleasing well, delighting W
  2. m. a palace of a partic. form (vḷ. sundara) L
  3. N. of a Deva-putra Lalit
  4. of a Sātvata attending on Kṛishṇa BhP
  5. of a Buddhist Śrāvaka SaddhP
  6. (ā), f. a partic. Tithi VarBṛS. Sch
  7. Aristolochia Indica L
  8. a white cow L
  9. a partic. yellow pigment (= go-rocanā) L
  10. a woman L
  11. N. of Umā or a friend of Umā (○dā-sahita, 'attended by SaddhP') L
  12. of a wife of Kṛishṇa (vḷ. su-vārttā) Hariv
  13. of the mother of Bāhu and Vālin L
  14. of Mudāvati (q.v.) L
  15. of a sister of Su-bāhu (king of the Cedis) MBh
  16. of the wife of Sārvabhauma (also called Kaikeyi) ib
  17. of the wife of Bharata (also called Kāśeyī Sārvasenī) ib
  18. of the wife of Pratīpa (also called Śaibyā) ib
  19. of a female door-keeper Ragh
  20. of a river BhP
  21. n. N. of a club made by Tvashṭṛi MārkP

sunandaka

  1. ○nandaka n. a partic. Gaṇa of Śiva Harav

sunandana

  1. ○nandana m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP
  2. of a son of Purisha-bhiru ib
  3. of a brother of Bhūnandana Kathās
  4. (ī), f. N. of a river L
  5. n. N. of the 12th Muhūrta Cat

sunandinī

  1. ○nandinī f. a kind of plant with fragrant leaves L
  2. a species of the Ati-jagatī, metre (= mañju-bhāṣiṇī) Col

sunaya

  1. ○naya m. wise conduct or policy MBh. R. &c
  2. 'well-conducted', N. of a son of Ṛita Pur
  3. of a son of Pariplava ib
  4. of a brother of Khanitra ib
  5. pl. N. of a people MBh
  6. -śālin mfn. wise, clever Mudr
  7. -śrī and -śrī-mitra m. N. of two men Buddh

sunayaka

  1. ○nayaka m. (f. ○yikā) a good leader Pāṇ. 7-3, 46 Vārtt. 1 Pat
  2. -śrī m. N. of a man Buddh

sunayana

  1. ○nayana mf(ā)n. having beautiful eyes Kāv
  2. m. a deer L
  3. f. a (fair-eyed) woman Kālid

sunarda

  1. ○narda mfn. roaring vigorously Parāś

sunasa

  1. ○nasa mfn. having a beautiful nose MBh. BhP
  2. (ā), f. N. of a river MBh

sunāga

  1. ○nāga See saunāga

sunāṭya

  1. ○nāṭya n. a graceful dance Hariv

sunātha

  1. ○nātha mfn. having or forming a good shelter AV

sunāda

  1. ○nāda mfn. sounding well, harmonious Saṃgīt

sunādaka

  1. ○nādaka m. (orig. = prec.) a conch L

sunābha

  1. ○nābha mfn. having a good nave or centre MBh
  2. (also ○bhaka) having a good handle R
  3. m. a partic. spell recited over weapons ib
  4. N. of a counsellor of Varuṇa MBh
  5. of a son of Dhṛiṭa-rāshṭra ib
  6. of a son of Garuḍa ib
  7. of a brother of Vajra-nābha Hariv
  8. of a mountain MBh. R
  9. (prob.) n. a wheel, discus BhP

sunābhaka

  1. ○nābhaka See prec

sunābhi

  1. ○nā́bhi mfn. having a good nave AV

sunābhya

  1. ○nābhya mfn. id. (prob. wṛ. for -nābha) Cat

sunāmadheya

  1. ○nāmadheya mfn. having an auspicious name Hcat

sunāman

  1. ○nā́man mfn. well-named AV
  2. m. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
  3. of a Daitya (vḷ. su-manas) Hariv
  4. of a son of Su-ketu MBh
  5. of a son of Ugra-sena ib
  6. of a son of Vainateya ib
  7. (○mnī), .f. N. of a daughter of Devaka and wife of Vasu-deva Hariv
  8. (○ma) -dvādaśī f. a partic. religious observance performed on the 12th day of the 12th month VahniP

sunāla

  1. ○nāla n. 'having a beautiful stalk or stem', a kind of Andropogon Bhpr
  2. a red water-lily L

sunālaka

  1. ○nālaka m. 'id.', Agati Grandiflora L

sunāsa

  1. ○nāsa mfn. = -nasa BhP
  2. ○sâkṣi-bhruva mfn. having a beautiful nose and eyes and brows (said of a face) MBh
  3. (ā), f. a handsome nose MW

sunāsika

  1. ○nāsika mfn. = -nasa BhP
  2. having a good point