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a

  1. a the first letter of the alphabet
  2. the first short vowel inherent in consonants. [Page 1, Column]

akāra

  1. ○kāra m. the letter or sound a

a

  1. a (pragṛhya, q.v.), a vocative particle [a ananta, O Vishṇu] T
  2. interjection of pity, Ah!

a

  1. a (before a vowel an, exc. a-ṛṇin), a prefix corresponding to Gk. ?, ?, Lat. in, Goth. [1,] and Germ. un, Eng. in or un, and having a negative or privative or contrary sense (an-eka not one
  2. an-anta endless
  3. a-sat not good
  4. a-paśyat not seeing)
  5. rarely prefixed to Inf. (a-svaptum not to sleep TāṇḍyaBr.) and even to forms of the finite verb (a-spṛhayanti they do not desire BhP. Śiś.) and to pronouns (a-saḥ not he Śiś
  6. a-tad not that BhP.)
  7. occasionally denoting comparison (a-brāhmaṇa like a Brahman T.)
  8. sometimes disparagement (a-yajña a miserable sacrifice)
  9. sometimes diminutiveness (cf. á-karṇa, an-udarā)
  10. rarely an expletive (cf. a-kupya, a-pūpa). According to Pāṇ. 6-2, 161, the accent may be optionally either on the first or last syllable in certain compounds formed with a (as á-tīkṣṇa or a-tīkṣṇá, á-śuci or a-śucí, án-anna or an-anná)
  11. the same applies to stems ending in tṛ accentuated on the first syllable before a is prefixed
  12. cf. also á-tūrta and a-tū́rta, á-bhinna and a-bhinná, &c

a

  1. a the base of some pronouns and pronom. forms, in asya, atra, &c

a

  1. a the augment prefixed to the √in the formation of the imperfect, aorist, and conditional tenses (in the Veda often wanting, as in Homer, the fact being that originally the augment was only prefixed in principal sentences where it was accentuated, whilst it was dropped in subordinate sentences where the root-vowel took the accent)

a

  1. a m. N. of Vishnu L. (especially as the first of the three sounds in the sacred syllable om)

aṛṇin

  1. a-ṛṇin mfn. free from debt L

aṃś

  1. aṃś cl. 10. P. aṃśayati, to divide, distribute L. ; also occasionally Ā. aṃśayate L. ; also aṃśāpayati L

aṃśa

  1. áṃśa m. (probably fr. √1. aś, perf. ān-áṃśa, and not from the above √aṃś fictitiously formed to serve as root), a share, portion, part, party
  2. partition, inheritance
  3. a share of booty
  4. earnest money
  5. stake (in betting) RV. v, 86, 5 TāṇḍyaBr
  6. a lot (cf. 2. prâs)
  7. the denominator of a fraction
  8. a degree of latitude or longitude
  9. a day L
  10. N. of an Āditya

aṃśakaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. act of dividing

aṃśakalpanā

  1. ○kalpanā f. or allotment of a portion

aṃśaprakalpanā

  1. ○prakalpanā f. or allotment of a portion

aṃśapradāna

  1. ○pradāna n. allotment of a portion

aṃśabhāgin

  1. ○bhāgin or mnf. one who has a share, an heir, co-heir

aṃśabhāj

  1. ○bhāj mnf. one who has a share, an heir, co-heir

aṃśabhū

  1. ○bhū́ m. partner, associate TS

aṃśabhūta

  1. ○bhūta mfn. forming part of

aṃśavat

  1. ○vat (for aṃśumat?), m. a species of Soma plant Suśr

aṃśasavarṇana

  1. ○savarṇana n. reduction of fractions

aṃśasvara

  1. ○svara m. key-note or chief note in music

aṃśahara

  1. ○hara or mfn. taking a share, a sharer

aṃśahārin

  1. ○hārin mfn. taking a share, a sharer

aṃśāṃśa

  1. aṃśâṃśa m. part of a portion (of a deity), secondary incarnation

aṃśāṃsi

  1. aṃśâṃsi ind. share by share

aṃśāvatarana

  1. aṃśâvatarana n. descent of part of a deity
  2. partial incarnation
  3. title of sections 64-67 of the first book of the MBh

aṃśīkṛ

  1. aṃśī-kṛ to share

aṃśaka

  1. aṃśaka mf(ikā)n. (ifc.) forming part

aṃśaka

  1. aṃśaka m. a share
  2. degree of latitude or longitude
  3. a co-heir L
  4. (am), n. a day L

aṃśala

  1. aṃśala aṃsalá next col

aṃśin

  1. aṃśin mfn. having a share Yājñ

aṃśitā

  1. aṃśi-tā f. the state of a sharer or co-heir, heirship

aṃśu

  1. aṃśú m. a filament (especially of the Soma plant)
  2. a kind of Soma libation ŚBr
  3. thread
  4. end of a thread, a minute particle [Page 1, Column]
  5. a point, end
  6. array, sunbeam
  7. cloth L
  8. N. of a Ṛishi RV. viii, 5, 26
  9. of an ancient Vedic teacher, son of a Dhanaṃjaya VBr
  10. of a prince

aṃśujāla

  1. ○jāla n. a collection of rays, blaze of light

aṃśudhara

  1. ○dhara m. 'bearer of rays', the sun L

aṃśudhāna

  1. ○dhāna n. N. of a village R

aṃśudhāraya

  1. ○dhāraya m. a lamp MaitrUp

aṃśunadī

  1. ○nadī f. N. of a river

aṃśupaṭṭa

  1. ○paṭṭa n. a kind of cloth

aṃśupati

  1. ○pati or m. 'lord of rays', the sun L

aṃśubhartṛ

  1. ○bhartṛ m. 'lord of rays', the sun L

aṃśumat

  1. ○mát mfn. fibrous, rich in filaments
  2. rich in Soma plants or Soma juice
  3. radiant, luminous
  4. pointed
  5. (ān), m. the sun, the moon
  6. N. of various persons, especially of a prince of the solar race, son of A-samañjas, grandson of Sagara
  7. (mátī), f. N. of a river (Yamunā?) RV. viii, 96, 13-15
  8. Hedysarum Gangeticum Suśr

aṃśumatphalā

  1. ○matphalā f. Musa Paradisiaca

aṃśumālā

  1. ○mālā f. a garland of light, halo

aṃśumālin

  1. ○mālin m. the sun

aṃśuvāṇa

  1. ○vāṇa m. 'having rays for arrows', the sun

aṃśuvimarda

  1. ○vimarda m. ray-obscuration

aṃśuhasta

  1. ○hasta m. 'having rays for hands', the sun L

aṃśūdaka

  1. aṃśū7daka n. water which has been exposed to the rays of the sun or the moon Bhpr

aṃśvādi

  1. aṃśv-ādi a g. of Pāṇ. 6-2, 193

aṃśuka

  1. aṃśuka n. cloth
  2. fine or white cloth, muslin [see cīnâṃśuka] L.
  3. garment, upper garment
  4. tie (for binding a churning-stick)

aṃśula

  1. aṃśula m. radiant T.
  2. N. of the sage Cāṇakya L.

aṃs

  1. aṃs (cf. √aṃś) L. vyaṃs

aṃsa

  1. áṃsa m. the shoulder, shoulder-blade
  2. corner of a quadrangle
  3. N. of a king
  4. (au), m. du. the two shoulders or angles of an altar
  5. a share (for aṃśa) ; [Goth. amsa
  6. Gk. ?, ? ; Lat. humerus, [1,] ansa.]

aṃsakūṭa

  1. ○kūṭa m. the shoulder
  2. a bull's hump, the protuberance between an ox's shoulders

aṃsatra

  1. ○tra (áṃsa-), n. armour to protect the shoulder RV
  2. a bow Nir
  3. áṃsatra-kośa mfn. having a cask for its tunic (probably = a Soma filter Gmn.) RV. x, 101, 7

aṃsadaghna

  1. ○daghná mf(ā́)n. up to the shoulder ŚBr

aṃsadhrī

  1. ○dhrī́ f. a cooking vessel AV

aṃsapṛṣṭha

  1. ○pṛṣṭha n. back of the shoulder

aṃsaphalaka

  1. ○phalaká n. shoulderblade ŚBr. Suśr

aṃsabhāra

  1. ○bhāra or m. a burden on the shoulder, (g. bhastrâdi, q.v.)

aṃsebhāra

  1. aṃse-bhāra m. a burden on the shoulder, (g. bhastrâdi, q.v.)

aṃsabhārika

  1. aṃsa-bhārika mf(ī)n. or bearing a burden on the shoulder ib

aṃsebhārika

  1. aṃse-bhārika mf(ī)n. bearing a burden on the shoulder ib

aṃsemūla

  1. aṃse-mūla n. the acromion L

aṃsala

  1. aṃsalá mfn. lusty, strong ŚBr. &c

aṃsya

  1. áṃsya (3), mfn. belonging to the shoulder RV. i, 191, 7

aṃh

  1. aṃh (cf. √aṅgh), cl. 1. Ā. aṃhate, to go, set out, commence L
  2. to approach L
  3. cl. 10. P. aṃhayati, to send Bhaṭṭ
  4. to speak Bhaṭṭ
  5. to shine L

aṃhri

  1. aṃhri m. a foot Hpar
  2. √of a tree L
  3. [cf. aṅghri.]

aṃhripa

  1. ○pa m. 'root-drinker', a tree L

aṃhriskandha

  1. ○skandha m. or a part of the foot between the ancle and the heel L

aṃhriśiras

  1. ○śiras n. a part of the foot between the ancle and the heel L

aṃh

  1. aṃh to press together, to strangle (conjecturable from Gk. ?, ? ; Lat. angustus, [1,] anxius, &c.) L

aṃhati

  1. aṃhati f. anxiety, distress, trouble RV
  2. illness L. ; [Lat. ango]
  3. a gift (also aṃhatī f.) L

aṃhas

  1. áṃhas n. anxiety, trouble RV. &c
  2. sin L.
  3. [cf. aghá, ā́gas
  4. Gk. ?, ?, ?, ?.]

aṃhaspati

  1. ○pati or [Page 1, Column]

aṃhasaspati

  1. aṃhasas-patí Vṣ., m. lord of perplexity, i.e. an intercalary month
  2. cf. āṃhaspatya

aṃhasaspatya

  1. aṃhasas-patyá n. power over calamity TS. ĀpŚr

aṃhomuc

  1. aṃho-múc mfn. delivering from distress RV. x, 63, 9 VS

aṃhiti

  1. aṃhiti f. a gift, donation L. aṃhatí

aṃhu

  1. aṃhu mfn. (only in compar. aṃhīyas) narrow AitBr., [par`o-'Mhu]
  2. (ú), n. (only in Abl. aṃhós) anxiety, distress RV
  3. [Gk. ? ; Goth. [Page 1, Column] aggvus ; Lat. angustus, anxius, &c.]

aṃhubhedī

  1. ○bhédī f. having a narrow slit (pudendum muliebre) VS. [Page 1, Column]

aṃhura

  1. aṃhurá mfn. straitened, distressed RV. x, 5, 6

aṃhūraṇa

  1. aṃhūraṇá mf(ā́)n. distressing RV. vi, 47, 20
  2. (ám), n. distress RV. i, 105, 17 AV

aṃhoyu

  1. aṃhoyú mfn. troublesome RV. v, 15, 3

ak

  1. ak cl. 1. P. akati, to move tortuously (like a snake) L
  2. Cf. √ag and √añc

aka

  1. aka the suffix aka (akac)

aka

  1. á-ka n. unhappiness, pain, trouble TS
  2. sin L

akaca

  1. a-kaca mfn. hairless, bald
  2. cf. ut-, ūrdhva-, vi-
  3. m. N. of Ketu, the dragon's tail or descending node (having a headless trunk) L

akaṭuka

  1. a-kaṭuka mfn. not acrid, not impetuous
  2. unwearied, indefatigable

akaṭuphala

  1. a-kaṭu-phala m. a kind of plant

akaṭhora

  1. a-kaṭhora mfn. not hard, weak

akaḍama

  1. akaḍama n. a kind of Tāntrik diagram

akaḍamacakra

  1. ○cakra n. id

akaṇṭaka

  1. a-kaṇṭaka mfn. thornless, free from troubles or difficulties or enemies

akaṇṭha

  1. a-kaṇṭha mfn. having no neck
  2. having no voice, hoarse

akatthana

  1. a-katthana mfn. unboastful

akathaha

  1. akathaha n. a kind of diagram

akathya

  1. a-kathya mfn. unspeakable
  2. unutterable, unmentionable

akaniṣṭha

  1. á-kaniṣṭha ās m. pl. of whom none is the youngest (i.e. younger than the others) RV
  2. a class of Buddhist deities

akaniṣṭhaga

  1. ○ga m. a Buddha L

akaniṣṭhapa

  1. ○pa m. a Buddhist king T

akanyā

  1. a-kanyā f. not a virgin Mn

akapīvat

  1. akapīvat ān m. N. of a Ṛishi

akampana

  1. akampana m. N. of a prince
  2. of a Rākshasa

akampita

  1. a-kampita mfn. unshaken, firm
  2. m. N. of one of the 11 chief pupils (gaṇadhara or gaṇâdhipa) of Mahāviira (the last Tīrtha-kara)

akampya

  1. a-kampya mfn. not to be shaken

akara

  1. a-kara mfn. handless, maimed
  2. exempt from tax or duty, privileged
  3. not acting
  4. (ā), f. Emblic Myrobalan, Phyllanthus Emblica

akaraṇa

  1. a-karaṇa n. absence of action

akaraṇi

  1. a-karaṇi f. non-accomplishment, failure, disappointment (used in imprecations, e.g. tasyâkaraṇir evâstu bad luck to him!) L

akaraṇīya

  1. a-karaṇīya mfn. not to be done

akaruṇa

  1. a-karuṇa mfn. merciless, relentless

akaruṇatva

  1. ○tva n. harshness, cruelty

akarkaśa

  1. a-karkaśa mfn. not hard, tender

akarṇa

  1. á-karṇa mf(ā)n. having diminutive ears TS. ŚBr
  2. without ears, deaf
  3. without helm or rudder
  4. without Karṇa

akarṇaka

  1. a-karṇáka mfn. without ears TS., &c

akarṇya

  1. a-karṇya mfn. not fit for the ears Pāṇ. Sch

akarṇadhāra

  1. a-karṇadhāra mfn. without a helmsman, destitute of a pilot

akartana

  1. a-kartana m. a dwarf L

akartṛ

  1. a-kartṛ tā m. not an agent, N. applied to the puruṣa (in Sāṅkhya phil.)
  2. not active (in Gr.)

akartṛtva

  1. ○tva n. state of non-agency. [Page 2, Column]

akarman

  1. a-karmán mfn. not working
  2. not performing good works, wicked RV. x, 2 2, 8
  3. inefficient
  4. (in Gr.) intransitive
  5. (a), n. absence of work
  6. observances
  7. improper work, crime

akarmabhoga

  1. akarmabhoga m. enjoyment of freedom from action

akarmānvita

  1. a-karmânvita mfn. unoccupied
  2. disqualified

akarmaka

  1. a-karmaka mfn. (in Gr.) intransitive

akarmaṇya

  1. a-karmaṇya mfn. improper to be done
  2. unfit for work
  3. inefficient

akala

  1. a-kala mfn. not in parts, entire
  2. not skilled in the arts (kalās)

akalaṅka

  1. a-kalaṅka mfn. without stains or spots
  2. N. of a Jaina

akalka

  1. a-kalka mfn. free from impurity
  2. (ā), f. moonlight, L:

akalkatā

  1. ○tā f. honesty Yājñ

akalkana

  1. a-kalkana or a-kalkala mfn. not deceitful, honourable, (T.) Bhag

akalpa

  1. a-kalpá mf(ā)n. not subject to rules, uncontrolled
  2. not admitting (any comparison pratimā́nam) RV. i, 102, 6
  3. unable to (loc. or Inf. or in comp.)

akalpita

  1. a-kalpita mfn. not manufactured, not artificial, not pretended
  2. natural, genuine

akalmaṣa

  1. a-kalmaṣa mf(ā)n. spotless

akalmāṣa

  1. a-kalmāṣa m. N. of a son of the fourth Manu Hariv

akalya

  1. a-kalya mf(ā)n. ill, sick
  2. true (?) L

akalyāṇa

  1. á-kalyāṇa mfn. not handsome AV
  2. inauspicious
  3. (am), n. adversity

akava

  1. á-kava mfn. (fr. 1. ku, q.v.), not contemptible, not stingy RV

akavāri

  1. á-kavāri mf(ī)n. not selfish, not stingy RV. iii, 47, 5, and vii, 96, 3 [Sāy. explains by a-kava-ari, 'not contemptible as an enemy, or to his enemies, not having weak enemies']

akavaca

  1. a-kavacá mfn. having no coat of mail AV. xi, 10, 22

akavi

  1. á-kavi mfn. unwise RV. vii, 4, 4

akasmāt

  1. a-kasmāt ind. without a why or a wherefore accidentally suddenly

akāṇa

  1. á-kāṇa mf(ā)n. not one eyed, not monoculous TS. and ŚBr

akāṇḍa

  1. a-kāṇḍa mfn. without a trunk T
  2. causeless, unexpected
  3. (e), ind. causelessly, unexpectedly

akāṇḍapātajāta

  1. ○pāta-jāta mfn. dying as soon as born

akāṇḍaśūla

  1. ○śūla n. sudden, acute pain

akātara

  1. a-kātara mfn. not dejected

akāma

  1. a-kāmá mf(ā)n. without desire or wish
  2. unintentional, reluctant
  3. (in Gr.) the Sandhi which causes the dropping of a final r before a succeeding r

akāmakarśana

  1. ○karśana (á kāma-), mfn. not disappointing desires RV. i, 53, 2

akāmatas

  1. ○tas ind. unintentionally, unwillingly

akāmatā

  1. ○tā f. freedom from desire, &c

akāmahata

  1. ○hata (á-kāma-), mfn. unaffected with desire, calm ŚBr. xiv

akāmin

  1. a-kāmin mfn. = a-kāmá

akāya

  1. a-kāyá mfn. bodiless, incorporeal VS

akāraṇa

  1. a-kāraṇa mfn. causeless
  2. (am), n. absence of a cause
  3. (am, ena, e, āt), ind. causelessly

akāraṇotpanna

  1. a-kāraṇôtpanna mfn. produced spontaneously

akārin

  1. a-kārin mfn. inactive, not performing, (g. grahâdi, q.v.)

akārṇaveṣṭakika

  1. a-kārṇaveṣṭakika mf(i) n. not fit for ear-rings, not looking well with ear-rings Pāṇ. Sch. karṇa-veṣṭaka

akārya

  1. a-kārya mfn. not to be done, improper
  2. (am), n. a criminal action

akāryakārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. an evil-doer
  2. neglecting duty

akārṣṇya

  1. a-kārṣṇya n. absence of blackness

akāla

  1. a-kāla m. a wrong or bad time
  2. (mfn.), unseasonable
  3. (e) or -tas ind. unseasonably

akālakuṣmāṇḍa

  1. ○kuṣmāṇḍa m. a pumpkin produced out of season [Page 2, Column]
  2. a useless birth

akālakusuma

  1. ○kusuma n. a flower blossoming out of season

akālaja

  1. ○ja or mfn. born at a wrong time, unseasonable

akālajāta

  1. ○jāta or mfn. born at a wrong time, unseasonable

akālotpanna

  1. akālôtpanna mfn. born at a wrong time, unseasonable

akālajaladodaya

  1. ○jaladôdaya or m. unseasonable rising of clouds or mist

akālameghodaya

  1. ○meghôdaya m. unseasonable rising of clouds or mist

akālavelā

  1. ○velā f. wrong or unseasonable time

akālasaha

  1. ○saha mfn. unable to bide one's time

akālahīnam

  1. ○hīnam ind. without losing time, immediately

akālikam

  1. a-kālikam ind. immediately MBh

akālya

  1. a-kālya mfn. unseasonable

akāsāra

  1. a-kāsāra m. N. of a teacher BhP

akiñcana

  1. a-kiñcana mfn. without anything, utterly destitute
  2. disinterested
  3. (am), n. that which is worth nothing

akiñcanatā

  1. ○tā f. or voluntary poverty (as practised by Jaina ascetics)

akiñcanatva

  1. ○tva n. voluntary poverty (as practised by Jaina ascetics)

akiñcaniman

  1. a-kiñcaniman ā m. utter destitution, (g. pṛthu-ādi, q.v.)

akitava

  1. á-kitava m. no gambler VS

akilviṣa

  1. a-kilviṣá mfn. sinless ŚBr

akīrti

  1. a-kīrti f. ill-fame, disgrace

akīrtikara

  1. ○kara mfn. causing disgrace, disparaging, insulting

akuṇṭha

  1. a-kuṇṭha mfn. not blunted, not worn out
  2. vigorous, fixed
  3. ever fresh, eternal

akuṇṭhadhiṣṇya

  1. ○dhiṣṇya n. an eternal abode, heaven

akuṇṭhita

  1. a-kuṇṭhita mfn. = a-kuṇṭha

akutas

  1. a-kutas ind. (usually in comp.), not from any quarter or cause

akutaścala

  1. akutaś-cala m. not movable from any cause
  2. N. of Śiva

akutobhaya

  1. a-kutobhaya or mfn. having no fear from any quarter, secure

akutaścidbhaya

  1. a-kutaścid-bhaya or mfn. having no fear from any quarter, secure

akutracabhaya

  1. a-kutraca-bhaya mfn. having no fear from any quarter, secure

akutra

  1. a-kutra or (Ved.)

akutrā

  1. a-kutrā ind. nowhere, astray RV. i, 120, 8

akutsita

  1. a-kutsita mfn. unreproached

akudhryañc

  1. a-kudhryáñc áṅ, dhrī́cī, ák (kudhri for kudha for kuha = [kutra)], 'going nowhere' (âk, 4). ind. objectless, aimless RV. x, 22, 12

akupya

  1. a-kupya n. not base metal, gold or silver Kir
  2. any base metal (= kupya, 3. a)

akupyaka

  1. akupyaka n. gold or silver L

akumāra

  1. a-kumāra m. not a boy (said of Indra) RV. s, 155, 6

akula

  1. a-kula mfn. not of good family, low
  2. (as) m. N. of Śiva L
  3. (ā) f. N. of Pārvatī L

akulatā

  1. ○tā f. lowness of family

akulīna

  1. a-kulīna mfn. not of good family Mn

akuśala

  1. a-kuśala mf(ā)n. inauspicious, evil
  2. not clever
  3. (am), n. evil, an evil word Mn

akusīda

  1. a-kusīda or akuśīda mfn. taking no interest or usury, without gain

akusuma

  1. a-kusuma mfn. flowerless

akuha

  1. a-kuha as, m. no deceiver L

akuhaka

  1. a-kuhaka m. id. Suśr

akūṭa

  1. á-kūṭa mf(ā)n. having no prominence on the forehead TS.: not deceitful, unerring (said of arms) Yājñ
  2. not false (said of coins) Yājñ

akūpāra

  1. á-kūpāra mfn. unbounded RV. v, 39, 2 and x. 109, 1
  2. m. the sea VS. &c
  3. tortoise BhP. &c. the mythical tortoise that upholds the world
  4. N. of a man PBr
  5. N. of an Āditya L
  6. (ā), f. N. of an Aṅgirasī PBr

akūvāra

  1. a-kūvāra = a-kūpāra above

akūrca

  1. a-kūrca m. 'the guileless one', a Buddha L

akṛcchra

  1. a-kṛcchra as, am m. n. absence of difficulty
  2. freedom from trouble

akṛcchrin

  1. a-kṛcchrin mfn. free from difficulty or trouble

akṛta

  1. á-kṛta mf(ā) n. undone, not committed
  2. not made, uncreated
  3. unprepared, incomplete
  4. one who has done no works, (am), n. an act never before committed AitBr
  5. (ā), f. a daughter who has not been made putrikā, or a sharer in the privileges of a son Pāṇ

akṛtakāram

  1. ○kāram ind. is a way not done before Pāṇ

akṛtajña

  1. ○jña mfn. not acknowledging benefits, ungrateful

akṛtajñatā

  1. ○jña-tā f. ingratitude

akṛtabuddhi

  1. ○buddhi mfn. having an unformed mind

akṛtabuddhitva

  1. ○buddhitva n. ignorance

akṛtavraṇa

  1. ○vraṇa m. N. of a commentator on the Purāṇas VP
  2. of a companion of Rāma Jāmadagnya MBh
  3. of a teacher

akṛtātman

  1. akṛtât-man mfn. having an unformed mind [Page 2, Column]
  2. not yet identified with the supreme Spirit

akṛtārtha

  1. akṛtârtha mfn. having one's object unaccomplished, unsuccessful

akṛtāstra

  1. akṛtâstra mfn. unpractised in arms MBh

akṛtin

  1. a-kṛtin mfn. unfit for work, not clever

akṛtitva

  1. akṛti-tva n. unfitness for work

akṛtya

  1. a-kṛtya mfn. not to be done, criminal
  2. (am), n. crime

akṛtyakārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. evil-doer MBh

akṛtta

  1. a-kṛtta mfn. uncut, unimpaired

akṛttaruc

  1. ○ruc mfn. possessing unimpaired splendour RV. x, 84, 4

akṛtrima

  1. a-kṛtrima mf(ā)n. inartificial

akṛtsna

  1. á-kṛtsna mf(ā)n. incomplete

akṛpa

  1. a-kṛpa mfn. merciless, unkind

akṛpaṇa

  1. a-kṛpaṇa mfn. not miserly

akṛśa

  1. á-kṛśa mfn. not emaciated TS
  2. unimpaired

akṛśalakṣmī

  1. ○lakṣmī mfn. enjoying full prosperity

akṛśāśva

  1. a-kṛśâśva mfn. N. of a king of Ayodhyā Hariv

akṛṣīvala

  1. á-kṛṣīvala mf(ā)n. not agricultural RV. x, 146, 6

akṛṣṭa

  1. á-kṛṣṭa mfn. unploughed, untilled
  2. not drawn
  3. (am), n. unploughed land ŚBr
  4. (ās), m. pl., N. of a kind of Ṛishis MBh. Hariv

akṛṣṭapacya

  1. ○pacyá mfn. ripening in unploughed land, growing wild AV. VS. TS
  2. (said of the earth) giving fruits without having been ploughed VP

akṛṣṇakarman

  1. a-kṛṣṇa-karman mfn. free from black deeds, guiltless L

aketana

  1. a-ketana mfn. houseless

aketu

  1. a-ketú mfn. shapeless, unrecognisable RV. i, 6, 3
  2. ('unconscious' Sāy.)

akeśa

  1. a-keśa mf(ā Pāṇ
  2. ī R.)n. hairless

akoṭa

  1. a-koṭa m. 'without a bend', the Areca or Betel-nut palm L

akopa

  1. a-kopa m. N. of a minister of king Dasaratha R. &c

akopana

  1. a-kopana mfn. not irascible

akovida

  1. a-kovida mfn. unwise, ignorant

akauśala

  1. a-kauśala n. unskilfulness Pāṇ
  2. cf. ākauśala

akkā

  1. akkā f. (Voc. akka Pāṇ.) a mother (used contemptuously)
  2. N. of a woman ; [supposed to be a term of foreign origin, Lat. ācca.]

akta

  1. akta mfn. (√aj), driven

akta

  1. aktá mfn. (√añj), smeared over, diffused, bedaubed, tinged, characterized. Often ifc. (cf. raktâkta)
  2. (am), n. oil, ointment

aktā

  1. aktā́ f. night RV. i, 62, 8

aktu

  1. aktú m. tinge, ray, light RV
  2. dark tinge, darkness, night RV., (ós, úbhis), ind. at night RV

aknopana

  1. a-knopana mfn. not moistening drying Nir

akra

  1. á-kra mfn. (√kṛ), inactive RV. i, 120, 2

akra

  1. akrá as, m. a banner RV
  2. a wall, fence (prākāra), according to Durga on Nir. vi, 17

akratu

  1. a-kratú mfn. destitute of energy or power ['of sacrifices' Sāy.] RV. x, 8 3, 5 AV
  2. foolish RV. vii, 6, 3
  3. free from desire Up

akrama

  1. a-krama mfn. not happening successively, happening at once Yogas
  2. m. want of order, confusion

akravihasta

  1. á-kravi-hasta mfn. not having bloody hands ['not having niggardly hands, not close-fisted' Sāy.] RV. v, 62, 6

akravyād

  1. a-kravyâd mfn. not consuming flesh (N. of an Agni) AV
  2. not carnivorous Yājñ

akravyāda

  1. a-kravyâda mfn. not carnivorous Mn

akrānta

  1. a-krānta mfn. unpassed, unsurpassed, unconquered, not doubled RV. Prāt
  2. (ā), f. the Egg plant. [Page 3, Column]

akriya

  1. a-kriya mfn. without works
  2. inactive
  3. abstaining from religious rites
  4. impious
  5. (ā), f. inactivity
  6. neglect of duty

akrīḍat

  1. á-krīḍat mfn. not playing RV. x, 79, 6

akrūra

  1. a-krūra mfn. not cruel, gentle
  2. m. N. of Kṛishṇa's paternal uncle MBh

akrodha

  1. a-krodha m. suppression of anger
  2. (mfn.), free from anger

akrodhamaya

  1. ○máya mfn. free from anger ŚBr. xiv

akrodhana

  1. a-krodhana mfn. free from anger Mn
  2. m. N. of a prince, son of Ayutāyu VP

aklama

  1. a-klama m. freedom from fatigue

aklikā

  1. aklikā f. the Indigo plant L

aklinnavartman

  1. a-klinna-vartman a, n. N. of a disease of the eyes Suśr

akledya

  1. a-kledya mfn. not to be wetted

akliṣṭa

  1. a-kliṣṭa mfn. untroubled
  2. undisturbed
  3. unwearied

akliṣṭakarman

  1. ○karman or mfn. unwearied in action

akliṣṭakārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. unwearied in action

akliṣṭavrata

  1. ○vrata mfn. unwearied in keeping religious vows

akleśa

  1. a-kleśa m. freedom from trouble Mn

akṣ

  1. akṣ (perhaps a kind of old Desid. of √1. aś), cl. 1. 5. akṣati, akṣṇoti (Pāṇ. 3-1, 75 ; fut. akṣiṣyati or akṣyati L. ; aor. ākṣīt, 3. du. ākṣiṣṭām or āṣṭām L. ; perf. ānakṣa [Pāṇ. 7-4, 60 Comm.], but Ā. p. [with the Vedic weak stem ākṣ, perf. āś-uḥ 3. pl. &c. fr. √1. aś] ākṣāṇá),
  2. to reach RV. x, 22, 11
  3. to pass through, penetrate, pervade, embrace L
  4. to accumulate (to from the cube?) L.: Caus. akṣayati, ācikṣat, to cause to pervade L.: Desid. acikṣi, ṣati or acikṣati L

akṣa

  1. ákṣa m. an axle, axis (in this sense also n. L.)
  2. a wheel, car, cart
  3. the beam of a balance or string which holds the pivot of the beam
  4. a snake L
  5. terrestrial latitude (cf. -karṇa, -bhā, -bhāga)
  6. the collar-bone ŚBr
  7. the temporal bone Yājñ
  8. N. of a measure (= 104 aṅgula) ; [Lat. axis
  9. Gk. ? ; Old Germ. ahsa ; [Page 3, Column] Mod. Germ. āchse ; Lith. assis.]

akṣakarṇa

  1. ○karṇa m. the hypotenuse, especially of the triangle formed with the gnomon of a dial and its shadow
  2. (in astron.) argument of the latitude

akṣaja

  1. ○ja m. a diamond
  2. a thunderbolt
  3. N. of Vishṇu

akṣadṛkkarman

  1. ○dṛk-karman n. operation or calculation for latitude

akṣadvāra

  1. ○dvāra n. the cavity in the axle of a car Sāy. on RV. v, 30. 1

akṣadhur

  1. ○dhur f. the pin at the end of an axle, pole attached to an axle

akṣadhūrtila

  1. ○dhūrtila m. a draft-ox L

akṣapīḍa

  1. ○pīḍa m. Chrysopogon Acicularis Suśr
  2. (ā), f. N. of a plant

akṣabhā

  1. ○bhā f. shadow of latitude

akṣabhāga

  1. ○bhāga m. degree of latitude

akṣabhāra

  1. ○bhāra m. a cart-load

akṣasaṅgam

  1. ○saṅgám ind. so that the axle is caught or hooked by contact with some obstruction MaitrS

akṣāṃsa

  1. akṣâṃsa m. a degree of latitude

akṣāgra

  1. akṣâgra n. end of an axle, or of the pole of a car
  2. an axle

akṣāgrakīla

  1. akṣâgra-kīla or m. a linch-pin

akṣāgrakīlaka

  1. akṣâgra-kīlaka m. a linch-pin
  2. the pin fastening the yoke to the pole

akṣānah

  1. akṣā-náh (the vowel lengthened as in upā-náh, &c.), mfn. tied to the axle of a car RV. x, 53, 7
  2. (horse Sāy
  3. trace attached to the horse's collar Gmn.)

akṣa

  1. akṣá m. (√1. aś Uṇ.) a die for gambling
  2. a cube
  3. a seed of which rosaries are made (cf. indrâkṣa, rudrâkṣa)
  4. the Eleocarpus Ganitrus, producing that seed
  5. a weight called karṣa, equal to 16 māshas
  6. Beleric Myrobalan (Terminalia Belerica), the seed of which is used as a die
  7. a N. of the number 5
  8. (am), n. sochal salt
  9. blue vitriol (from its cube-like crystals) L

akṣakāma

  1. ○kāma (akṣá-), mfn. fond of dice AV

akṣakitava

  1. ○kitava m. a gambler MBh

akṣakuśala

  1. ○kuśala mfn. skilled in dice

akṣakṣapaṇa

  1. ○kṣapaṇa m. N. of a gambler Kathās

akṣaglaha

  1. ○glaha m. gambling, playing at dice MBh

akṣaja

  1. ○ja m. a thunderbolt
  2. N. Vishṇu L

akṣatattva

  1. ○tattva n. science of dice
  2. -vid mfn. skilled in it

akṣadāya

  1. ○dāya m. handing over the dice in gambling Naish. moving a piece on a board Bṛ.

akṣadevana

  1. ○devana n. gambling, dice-playing

akṣadevin

  1. ○devin or m. a gambler, a dice-player

akṣadyū

  1. ○dyū m. a gambler, a dice-player

akṣadyūta

  1. ○dyūta n. gambling
  2. cf. ākṣadyūtika

akṣadyūtādi

  1. ○dyūtâdi a g. of Pāṇ. 4-4, 19

akṣadrugdha

  1. ○drugdha (akṣá-), mfn. hated by (unlucky at) dice, or injuring with dice (a sharper) AV

akṣadhara

  1. ○dhara mfn. holding dice
  2. m. Trophis Aspera ( śākhoṭa)

akṣadhūrta

  1. ○dhūrta m. 'dice-rogue', gambler L

akṣanaipuṇa

  1. ○naipuṇa or n. skill in gambling

akṣanaipuṇya

  1. ○naipuṇya n. skill in gambling

akṣaparājaya

  1. ○parājayá m. defeat in gambling AV. [Page 3, Column]

akṣapari

  1. ○pari ind. with exception of a single die Pāṇ

akṣapāta

  1. ○pāta m. throw or cast of dice

akṣapātana

  1. ○pātana n. act of casting dice

akṣapriya

  1. ○priya mfn. fond of dice, or (perhaps) favoured by dice

akṣabhūmi

  1. ○bhūmi f. gambling-place

akṣamada

  1. ○mada m. passion for dice

akṣamātra

  1. ○mātra n. anything as big as dice
  2. the twinkling of an eye, a moment (cf. 4. akṣa) L

akṣamālā

  1. ○mālā f. a string or rosary of beads, especially of Eleocarpus seeds
  2. N. of Arundhatī, wife of Vasishṭha (from her wearing a rosary) Mn. ix, 23
  3. N. of the mother of Vatsa

akṣamālin

  1. ○mālin mfn. wearing a rosary of seeds
  2. N. of Siva MBh

akṣarāja

  1. ○rājá m. 'king of dice', the die called Kali VS

akṣavat

  1. ○vat mfn. having dice
  2. (tī), f. a game of dice L

akṣavāpa

  1. ○vāpa = akṣâvāpá below Kāṭh

akṣavāma

  1. ○vāma m. an unfair gambler

akṣavid

  1. ○vid mfn. skilful in gambling

akṣavṛtta

  1. ○vṛtta mfn. anything that happens in gambling

akṣaśauṇḍa

  1. ○śauṇḍa mfn. fond of gambling

akṣasūkta

  1. ○sūkta n. dice-hymn, N. of RV. x, 34

akṣasūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. a string or rosary of Eleocarpus seeds

akṣastuṣa

  1. ○stuṣa m. Beleric Myrobalan

akṣahṛdaya

  1. ○hṛdaya n. innermost nature of dice, perfect skill in gambling

akṣahṛdayajña

  1. ○hṛdaya-jña mfn. perfectly skilled in gambling

akṣātivāpa

  1. akṣâtivāpa m. = akṣâvāpá below MBh

akṣāvapana

  1. akṣâvápana n. a dice-board ŚBr

akṣāvalī

  1. akṣâvalī f. a rosary

akṣāvāpa

  1. akṣâvāpá m. "ṣBr. (cf. akṣa-vāpa and akṣâtivāpa), the keeper or superintendent of a gambling-table [Comm. = dyūta-pati, dyūtâdhyakṣa, akṣa-goptṛ]

akṣa

  1. akṣa n. an organ of sense
  2. sensual perception L
  3. m. the soul L
  4. knowledge, religious knowledge L
  5. a lawsuit L
  6. a person born blind L
  7. N. of Garuḍa L
  8. of a son of Rāvaṇa
  9. of a son of Nara, &c

akṣadarśaka

  1. ○darśaka or m. a judge, i.e. one who sees lawsuits

akṣadṛś

  1. ○dṛś m. a judge, i.e. one who sees lawsuits

akṣapaṭala

  1. ○paṭala n. court of law
  2. depository of legal document Rājat

akṣapāṭa

  1. ○pāṭa m. an arena, a wrestling ground, place of contest L

akṣapāṭaka

  1. ○pāṭaka or m. a judge, i.e. arranger of a lawsuit L

akṣapāṭika

  1. ○pāṭika m. a judge, i.e. arranger of a lawsuit L

akṣavāṭa

  1. ○vāṭa L. -pāṭa

akṣavid

  1. ○vid mfn. versed in law L

akṣa

  1. akṣa

akṣacaraṇa

  1. akṣa-caraṇa &c. col. 3

akṣaka

  1. akṣaka m. Dalbergia Oujeinensis
  2. (as, am), m. n. the collar-bone Suśr
  3. (ī), f. N. of a creeping plant

akṣaṇa

  1. a-kṣaṇa mfn. inopportune

akṣaṇvat

  1. a-kṣaṇvat mfn. (√kṣan), not injuring ĀśvGṛ

akṣata

  1. á-kṣata mfn. not crushed
  2. uninjured, unbroken, whole
  3. m. Siva L
  4. (as, am), mṇ. a eunuch L
  5. (ā), f. a virgin Yājñ
  6. N. of a plant, Karkaṭaśriṅgī or Kaṅkaḍaśriṅgī
  7. (am), n. and (ās), m. pl. unhusked barley-corns
  8. N. of the descendants of Surabhi Hariv

akṣatayoni

  1. ○yoni f. a virgin, an unblemished maiden

akṣatra

  1. a-kṣatra mfn. destitute of the Kshatriya caste, apart from the Kshatriya caste

akṣan

  1. akṣan akṣi

akṣama

  1. a-kṣama mf(ā)n. unable to endure, impatient
  2. incompetent (with Loc., Inf. or ifc.), envious
  3. (ā), f. or -tā f. impatience, envy
  4. incompetence, inability (with Inf.)

akṣaya

  1. a-kṣaya mf(ā)n. exempt from decay, undecaying
  2. m. N. of the twentieth year in the cycle of Jupiter
  3. N. of a mountain Hariv
  4. (ā), f. the seventh day of a lunar month, if it fall on Sunday or Monday
  5. the fourth, if it fall on Wednesday

akṣayaguṇa

  1. ○guṇa mfn. possessing imperishable qualities
  2. m. Siva

akṣayatā

  1. ○tā f. or imperishableness

akṣayatva

  1. ○tva n. imperishableness

akṣayatṛtīyā

  1. ○tṛtīyā f. N. of a festival (the third day of the bright half of Vaiśākha, which is the first day of the Satya-yuga, and secures permanency to actions then performed)

akṣayanīvī

  1. ○nīvī f. a permanent endowment, Buddhist Inscr

akṣayapuruhūta

  1. ○puruhūta m. Siva

akṣayamati

  1. ○mati m. N. of a Buddhist

akṣayaloka

  1. ○loka m. the undecaying world, heaven

akṣayin

  1. a-kṣayin mfn. undecaying
  2. (iṇī), f. N. of Śiva's wife (?) Rājat

akṣayya

  1. a-kṣayyá mfn. undecaying
  2. (am), n. or ind. 'may thy prosperity be undecaying!' (a form of blessing addressed to a Vaiśya) MBh

akṣayyanavamī

  1. ○navamī f. the ninth day of the bright half of Āśvina

akṣayyodaka

  1. akṣayyôdaka n. inexhaustible water Yājñ. &c

akṣara

  1. a-kṣára mfn. imperishable
  2. unalterable
  3. m. a sword L
  4. Śiva L
  5. Vishṇu L
  6. (ā), f. ákṣarā below
  7. (am), n. a syllable
  8. the syllable om Mn
  9. a letter m. ṛāmatūp.
  10. a vowel
  11. a sound
  12. a word
  13. N. of Brahma
  14. final beatitude religious austerity, sacrifice L
  15. water RV. i, 34, 4 and i, 164, 42 [Page 3, Column]
  16. Achyranthes Aspera

akṣarakara

  1. ○kara m. a kind of religious meditation Kāraṇḍ

akṣaracañcu

  1. ○cañcu or m. 'clever in writing', a scribe L

akṣaracuñcu

  1. ○cuñcu or m. 'clever in writing', a scribe L

akṣaracaṇa

  1. ○caṇa or m. 'clever in writing', a scribe L

akṣaracana

  1. ○cana m. 'clever in writing', a scribe L

akṣaracyutaka

  1. ○cyutaka n. 'supplying dropped (cyuta) syllables', a kind of game Kād

akṣarachandas

  1. ○chandas n. metre regulated by the number and quality of syllables

akṣarajananī

  1. ○jananī f. 'letter producer', a reed or pen

akṣarajīvaka

  1. ○jīvaka or m. 'one who lives by writing', a scribe

akṣarajīvika

  1. ○jīvika or m. 'one who lives by writing', a scribe

akṣarajīvin

  1. ○jīvin m. 'one who lives by writing', a scribe

akṣaratūlikā

  1. ○tūlikā f. a reed or pen

akṣaranyāsa

  1. ○nyāsa m. array of syllables or letters
  2. the alphabet

akṣarapaṅkti

  1. ○paṅkti mfn. containing five syllables
  2. (akṣára-paṅkti), f. N. of a metre of four lines, each containing one dactyl and one spondee VS
  3. also called paṅkti or haṃsa

akṣarabhāj

  1. ○bhāj mfn. entitled to a share in the syllables (of a prayer) AitBr

akṣaramukha

  1. ○mukha m. having the mouth full of syllables, a student, scholar L

akṣaramuṣṭikā

  1. ○muṣṭikā f. the art of communicating syllables or ideas by the fingers (one of the 64 Kalās) Vātsyāy

akṣaravinyāsa

  1. ○vinyāsa = -nyāsa Vikr

akṣaraśas

  1. ○śás ind. syllable by syllable MaitrS. AitBr

akṣaraśūnya

  1. ○śūnya mfn. inarticulate

akṣarasaṃsthāna

  1. ○saṃsthāna n. scripture, writing L

akṣarasamāmnāya

  1. ○samāmnāya m. alphabet Pat. BhP

akṣarākṣara

  1. akṣarâkṣara m. a kind of religious meditation (samādhi). Karaṇḍ

akṣarāṅga

  1. akṣarâṅga n. part of a syllable (said of the anusvāra) RV. Prāt

akṣaresthā

  1. akṣare-sthā mfn. consisting of syllables TāṇḍyaBr

akṣaraka

  1. akṣaraka n. a vowel

akṣarā

  1. ákṣarā f. (cf. a-kṣára n. above), word, speech RV

akṣarya

  1. akṣarya mf(ā)n. corresponding to the number of syllables or letters RV. Prāt
  2. (akṣaryaṃ revat), n. N. of a Sāman ArshBr

akṣānti

  1. a-kṣānti f. impatience, jealousy, intolerance

akṣāra

  1. a-kṣāra mfn. free from alkali or factitious salt

akṣāralavaṇa

  1. ○lavaṇa n. not factitious (i.e. natural) salt
  2. (mfn.) not composed of artificial salt, Kullūka on Mn. iii, 257 ; v, 73
  3. xi, 109
  4. or, according to Goldst. and NBD., better '(food) not containing acrid substances nor salt therefore also akṣārâlavaṇa in the same sense, cf. kṣāra-lavaṇa

akṣāralavaṇāśin

  1. ○lavaṇâśin mfn. eating akṣāra-lavaṇa

akṣāramadyamāṃsāda

  1. a-kṣāra-madya-māṃsâda mfn. not eating acrid substances nor (drinking) spirituous liquors nor eating meat VarYogay

akṣi

  1. ákṣi n. (√1. aś Uṇ.) [instr. akṣṇā dat. akṣṇe, &c., fr. akṣan, substituted for akṣi in the weakest cases. Vedic forms are: abl. gen. akṣṇás
  2. loc. akṣán (once akṣiṇi!)
  3. du. nom, acc. akṣī́ RV., ákṣiṇī, ákṣyau, and akṣyáu AV. ŚBr. and AitBr
  4. instr. akṣī́bhyām
  5. gen. akṣyós VS., akṣyós and akṣós (!) AV
  6. pl. nom. acc. ákṣīṇi AV., akṣāṇi RV
  7. ifc. akṣa is substituted, 4. ahṣa], the eye
  8. the number two
  9. ī́), n. du. the sun and moon RV. i, 72, 10
  10. [Gk. ?, ? ; Lat. [Page 3, Column] oculos ; AṢ. aegh ; Goth. augo ; Germ. āuge ; Russ. oko ; Lith. aki-s.]

akṣikūṭa

  1. ○kūṭa or n. the prominent part of the forehead above the eye Yājñ. &c

akṣikūṭaka

  1. ○kūṭaka n. the prominent part of the forehead above the eye Yājñ. &c

akṣigata

  1. ○gata mfn. presented to the eye, visible, seen
  2. hated MBh. &c

akṣigola

  1. ○gola m. the eyeball

akṣijāha

  1. ○jāha n. the √of the eye

akṣitārā

  1. ○tārā f. the pupil of the eye

akṣinikāṇam

  1. ○nikāṇam ind. with half-closed eyes Pāṇ. 3-4, 54 Sch
  2. also nikāṇam-akṣi id

akṣinimeṣa

  1. ○nimeṣa m. twinkling of an eye, a moment Suśr

akṣipakṣman

  1. ○pakṣman n. the eye lash

akṣipaṭala

  1. ○paṭala n. coat of the eye L

akṣipat

  1. ○pát ind. as much as could fall into the eyes, a little RV. vi, 16, 18 and x, 119, 6

akṣipāka

  1. ○pāka m. inflammation of the eyes Suśr

akṣibhu

  1. ○bhu mfn. visible, perceptible, manifest AV. xx, 136, 4 VS

akṣibheṣaja

  1. ○bheṣaja n. medicament for the eyes, collyrium, &c
  2. m. a tree, Red Lodh

akṣibhruva

  1. ○bhruva n. the eyes and eyebrows together

akṣimat

  1. ○mat mfn. possessing eyes

akṣiloman

  1. ○loman n: the eyelash

akṣivikūṇita

  1. ○vikūṇita n. a glance with the eye-lids partially closed

akṣisaṃtarjana

  1. ○saṃtarjana (probably n.), N. of a mythic weapon MBh

akṣyāmaya

  1. akṣy-āmayá m. disease of the eye ŚBr. KātySr

akṣyāmayin

  1. akṣyāmayin mfn. having a disease of the eye PBr

akṣa

  1. akṣa n. [only ifc. (f. ī) for akṣi], the eye

akṣacaraṇa

  1. ○caraṇa or m. (probably) 'having his eyes fixed in abstraction on his feet', N. of the philosopher Gautama

akṣapad

  1. ○pad or m. (probably) 'having his eyes fixed in abstraction on his feet', N. of the philosopher Gautama

akṣapāda

  1. ○pāda m. (probably) 'having his eyes fixed in abstraction on his feet', N. of the philosopher Gautama
  2. cf. ākṣapāda

akṣan

  1. akṣan n. substituted for akṣi, 'the eye', in the weakest cases, Gram. 122 [Goth. augan]
  2. an organ of sense BhP

akṣanvat

  1. ○vát mfn. having eyes RV
  2. (for 1. col. 2.) [Page 4, Column]

akṣika

  1. akṣika or m. the tree Dalbergia Oujeinensis L

akṣīka

  1. akṣīka m. the tree Dalbergia Oujeinensis L
  2. akṣaka

akṣiṇī

  1. akṣiṇī f. one of the eight conditions or privileges attached to landed property L

akṣit

  1. a-kṣít mfn. imperishable, not lost MaitrS

akṣita

  1. á-kṣita mfn. undecayed, uninjured, undecaying
  2. (am), n. water L
  3. the number 100000 millions PBr

akṣitāvasu

  1. a-kṣitā-vasu m. 'possessed of undecaying wealth', N. of Indra RV. viii, 49, 6

akṣitoti

  1. ákṣitôti m. 'granting permanent help', N. of Indra RV

akṣiti

  1. á-kṣiti f. imperishableness AV. &c
  2. (mfn.), imperishable RV

akṣiba

  1. akṣiba m. L
  2. akṣība

akṣiyat

  1. á-kṣiyat mfn. not inhabiting, destitute of a dwelling, unsettled ('not decreasing in riches' Sāy.) RV. iv, 17, 13

akṣīka

  1. akṣīka m. L
  2. akṣika

akṣīṇa

  1. á-kṣīṇa mfn. not perishing or failing ŚBr
  2. not waning (the moon) ŚBr
  3. not diminishing in weight Yājñ
  4. N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh

akṣība

  1. akṣība and akṣiba mfn. not intoxicated, sober L
  2. m. Guilandina or Hyperanthera Moringa L
  3. (am), n. sea salt L

akṣu

  1. ákṣu m. a kind of net RV. i, 180, 5 AV. The NBD. suggests 'axle of a car', making ákṣu = ákṣa

akṣuṇṇa

  1. a-kṣuṇṇa mfn. unbroken, uncurtailed
  2. not trite, new Mālatīm
  3. permanent
  4. unconquered
  5. inexperienced, inexpert

akṣuṇṇatā

  1. ○tā f. uncurtailed condition
  2. inexperience

akṣudra

  1. a-kṣudra mfn. not small
  2. not low or vulgar MBh

akṣudh

  1. á-kṣudh f. satiety VS

akṣudhya

  1. a-kṣudhyá mfn. not liable to hunger AV

akṣodhuka

  1. a-kṣodhuka mfn. not hungry MaitrS

akṣetra

  1. á-kṣetra mfn. destitute of fields, uncultivated ŚBr
  2. (am), n. a bad field Mn. x, 71
  3. a bad geometrical figure

akṣetrajña

  1. ○jña [Pāṇ. 7-3, 3] or not finding out the way

akṣetravid

  1. ○vid [ákṣ○ RV. v, 40, 5 and x, 32,], not finding out the way
  2. destitute of spiritual knowledge

akṣetrin

  1. a-kṣetrin mfn. having no fields Mn. ix, 49 and 51

akṣaitrajñya

  1. a-kṣaitrajñya n. spiritual ignorance Pāṇ. 7-3, 30
  2. ākṣ○

akṣoṭa

  1. akṣoṭa m. a walnut (Pistacio nut?) Ragh
  2. the tree Pīlu
  3. the tree Aleurites Triloba. Also spelt akṣoḍa (Suśr.), akṣoḍaka, ākṣoṭa, ākṣoḍaka, ākhoṭa

akṣobha

  1. a-kṣobha mfn. unagitated, unmoved, m. the post to which an elephant is tied, freedom from agitation, imperturbability

akṣobhya

  1. a-kṣobhya mfn. immovable, imperturbable
  2. m. N. of a Buddha of an author, an immense number, said by Buddhists to be 100 vivaras

akṣauhiṇī

  1. akṣauhiṇī f. an army consisting of ten anikinis, or 21, 870 elephants, 21, 870 chariots, 65, 610 horse, and 109, 350 foot. (Since an anikini consists of 27 vāhinis, and 27 is the cube of 3, akṣauhiṇī may be a compound of 2. akṣa and vāhini
  2. or it may possibly be connected with 1. akṣa, axle, car.)

akṣṇa

  1. akṣṇa n. = a-khaṇḍa Uṇ. Sch

akṣṇayāvan

  1. ○yā́van mfn. going across RV. viii, 7, 35

akṣṇayā

  1. akṣṇayā́ instr. ind. transversely ŚBr. (Sch. circuitously, like a wheel!)
  2. wrongly ŚBr. xiv
  3. diagonally, S4ulbas

akṣṇayākṛta

  1. ○kṛta (akṣṇayā́-) mfn. done wrongly ŚBr

akṣṇayādeśa

  1. ○deśá m. an intermediate region ŚBr

akṣṇayādruh

  1. ○druh mfn. injuring wrongly or in a bad way RV. i, 122, 9

akṣṇayārajju

  1. ○rajju f. diagonal line Sulbas

akṣṇayāstomīyā

  1. ○stomī́yā f. N. of an Ishṭakā TS. ŚBr

akhaṭṭa

  1. akhaṭṭa m. Buchanania Latifolia

akhaṭṭi

  1. akhaṭṭi m. childish whim L

akhaṇḍa

  1. a-khaṇḍa mfn. not fragmentary, entire, whole, (am), n. time L
  2. (a-khaṇḍā dvā daśī), the twelfth day of the first half of the month Mārgaśīrsha. [Page 4, Column]

akhaṇḍana

  1. a-khaṇḍana n. not breaking, leaving entire L
  2. non-refutation, admission L
  3. m. time L

akhaṇḍita

  1. a-khaṇḍita mfn. unbroken, undivided, unimpaired
  2. unrefuted

akhaṇḍitartu

  1. ○rtu (ṛtu), mfn. 'not breaking the season', bearing seasonable fruits

akhanat

  1. á-khanat mfn. not digging RV. x, 101, 11

akharva

  1. á-kharva mfn. not shortened or mutilated RV. vii, 32, 13
  2. not small, important
  3. also a-kharvan Hcat
  4. (ā), f. N. of a plant L

akhāta

  1. á-khāta mfn. unburied AV
  2. (as, am), m. n. a natural pond or lake, a pool before a temple L

akhādya

  1. a-khādya mfn. uneatable

akhidra

  1. á-khidra mfn. (ā)n. not weak TS. &c

akhidrayāman

  1. ○yāman (ákhidra-), mfn. unwearied in course RV. i, 38. 11

akhila

  1. a-khila mf(ā)n. without a gap, complete, whole
  2. (ena), ind. completely

akhilātman

  1. akhilâtman m. the universal Spirit, Brahma

akhilīkṛ

  1. akhilī√kṛ -kṛtya ind. p. not having annihilated or rendered powerless Śiś. ii, 34

akheṭika

  1. akheṭika or ākheṭika m. a dog trained to the chase

akhedin

  1. a-khedin mfn. not wearisome, unwearied

akheditva

  1. akhedi-tva n. continuous flow (of speech), one of the vāg-guṇas of Mahāvira Jain

akhkhala

  1. akhkhala ind. an exclamation of Joy Sāy. on RV. vii, 103, 3

akhkhalīkṛtyā

  1. akhkhalī-kṛ́tyā Ved. ind. p. (√1. kṛ), uttering the exclamation akhkhala RV. vii, 103, 3

akhyāta

  1. a-khyāta mfn. not famous, unknown

akhyāti

  1. a-khyāti f. infamy. bad repute, disgrace

akhyātikara

  1. ○kara mfn. causing infamy, disgraceful

ag

  1. ag cl. 1. P. agati, to move tortuously, wind L.: Caus. agayati L. ; √.aṅg

aga

  1. aga m. a snake in this sense perhaps rather a-ga L
  2. the sun L
  3. a water-jar L

aga

  1. a-ga mfn. (√gam). unable to walk Pāṇ. 6-3, 77 Sch
  2. m. a mountain
  3. a tree
  4. the number seven

agaja

  1. ○ja mfn. produced on a mountain, or from a tree
  2. (ā), f. N. of Pārvati, daughter of Himālaya
  3. (am), n. bitumen

agātmajā

  1. agâtma-jā f. = aga-jā Kir

agāvaha

  1. agâvaha m. N. of a son of Vasudeva, and of others Hariv

agāukas

  1. agâukas m. 'mountain-dweller', a lion
  2. 'tree-dweller', a bird
  3. the Sarabha, q.v

agaccha

  1. a-gaccha mfn. not going L
  2. m. a tree L

agaṇita

  1. a-gaṇita mfn. uncounted
  2. inconsiderable VP

agaṇitapratiyāta

  1. ○pratiyāta mfn. returned without (or because of not) having been noticed Śiś

agaṇitalajja

  1. ○lajja mfn. disregarding shame

agata

  1. á-gata mfn. not gone
  2. (am), n. not yet frequented, the dominion of death AV

agati

  1. a-gati mfn. not going, halting, without resource, helpless, (is), f. stoppage R
  2. want of resort or resource, unsuccessfulness Vikr., not cohabiting with a woman

agatika

  1. a-gatika mf(ā)n. without resort or resources Kathās

agatikagati

  1. ○gati f. the resort of one who has no resort, a last resource Yājñ. i, 345

agatika

  1. a-gatika mf(ā)n. not to be walked on (as an evil path) MBh

agada

  1. a-gadá mfn. free from disease healthy RV. &c
  2. free from affliction, m. free dom from disease Mn
  3. a medicine, drug, (especially) antidote Mn

agadaṃkāra

  1. agadaṃ-kāra m. a physician Naish

agadaveda

  1. agada-veda m. medical science Car

agadya

  1. a-gadya Nom. P. agadyati, to have good health, (g. kaṇḍv-ādi, q.v.)
  2. to heal ib

agadita

  1. a-gadita mfn. untold

agandhā

  1. a-gandhā mfn. without smell

agama

  1. a-gama mfn. not going, unable to go, m. a mountain L.: a tree [ef. a-ga]

agamya

  1. a-gamya mfn. unfit to be walked in, or to be approached
  2. not to be approached (sexually)
  3. inaccessible
  4. unattainable [Page 4, Column]
  5. unintelligible
  6. unsuitable

agamyagā

  1. ○gā f. a woman who has illicit intercourse with a man VarBṛ

agamyarūpa

  1. ○rūpa mfn. of unsurpassed form

agamyā

  1. a-gamyā f. a woman with whom cohabitation is forbidden

agamyāgamana

  1. ○gamana n. illicit intercourse with a woman

agamyāgamanīya

  1. ○gamanīya mfn. relating to it Mn. xi, 169

agamyāgāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. practising it Gaut

agarī

  1. a-garī f. a kind of grass (Deotar, Andropogon Serratus) L
  2. [cf. garī.]

agaru

  1. aga-ru us, u, mṇ. Agallochum, Amyris Agallocha
  2. cf. aguru

agartamit

  1. á-garta-mit (cf. garta-mít), mfn. not buried in a hole ŚBr

agartaskandya

  1. a-garta-skandya mfn. 'not having holes to be lept over', not offering hindrances ŚāṅkhBr

agarva

  1. a-garva mfn. free from pride

agarhita

  1. a-garhita mfn. undespised, unreproached, blameless

agavyūti

  1. a-gavyūtí mfn. without good pasturage for cattle, barren RV. vi, 47, 20

agasti

  1. agásti m. (according to Uṇ. iv, 179 fr. 2. a-ga, a mountain, and asti, thrower, √2. as). N. of a Ṛishi (author of several Vedic hymns
  2. said to have been the son of both Mitra and Varuṇa by Urvaśī
  3. to have been born in a water-jar
  4. to have been of short stature
  5. to have swallowed the ocean, and compelled the Vindhya mountains to prostrate themselves before him
  6. to have conquered and civilized the South
  7. to have written on medicine, &c.)
  8. the star Canopus (of which Agastya is the regent, said to be the 'cleanser of water', because of turbid waters becoming clean at its rising Ragh. xiii, 36)
  9. Agasti Grandiflora Suśr. [also -dru f. L.]
  10. (ayas), m. pl. the descendants of Agastya
  11. (ī), f. a female descendant of Agastya Pāṇ. 6-4, 149 Sch

agastīya

  1. agastīya mfn. relating to Agasti Pāṇ. 6-4, 149 Comm

agastya

  1. agástya (3, 4), m. = agásti
  2. N. of Śiva L

agastyagītā

  1. ○gītā ās f. pl. Agastya's hymns, forming part of the Ādi-vārāha-Purāṇa

agastyacāra

  1. ○cāra m. the path of Canopus

agastyamārga

  1. ○mārga m. the path of Agastya (Canopus), i.e. the South

agastyasaṃhitā

  1. ○saṃhitā f. N. of an old compendium of the Tantra literature

agastyodaya

  1. agastyôdaya m. the rising of Canopus
  2. the seventh day of the second half of Bhādra

agā

  1. a-gā ās mf. (Ved.) not going Pāṇ. 3-2, 67 Sch

agātṛ

  1. a-gātṛ tā m. a bad singer TāṇḍyaBr

agādha

  1. a-gādha mf(ā)n. not shallow, deep, unfathomable, m. a hole, chasm L
  2. N. of one of the five fires at the Svadhākāra Hariv

agādhajala

  1. ○jala mfn. having deep water, (am), n. deep water

agādharudhira

  1. ○rudhira n. a vast quantity of blood Daś

agādhitva

  1. a-gādhi-tva n. depth Comm. on Śiś. i, 55

agāra

  1. agāra (rarely as, m.), n. house, apartment [cf. āgāra]

agāradāhin

  1. ○dāhin m. 'house-burner an incendiary Gaut

agārin

  1. agārin mfn. possessing a house, (ī), m. a house holder, layman (cf an-agārin) Jain

agira

  1. agira m. (√ag), the sun L., fire L
  2. a Rākshasa L

agiraukas

  1. á-girâukas mfn. (girā instr. of gir, and okas), not to be kept back by hymns, N. of the Maruts RV. i, 135, 9

agu

  1. á-gu mfn. (fr. go with a), destitute of cows, poor RV. viii, 2, 14
  2. (us), m. 'destitute of rays', N. of Rāhu the ascending node

ago

  1. a-go f. not a cow PārGṛ

agotā

  1. ○tā (a gó), f. want of cows RV. AV

aguṇa

  1. a-guṇa mfn. destitute of qualities or attributes (said of the supreme Being, cf. nirguṇa)
  2. destitute of good qualities
  3. m. a fault

aguṇatā

  1. ○tā f. or absence of qualities or of good qualities

aguṇatva

  1. ○tva n. absence of qualities or of good qualities

aguṇavat

  1. ○vat mfn. destitute of qualities
  2. without good qualities

aguṇavādin

  1. ○vādin mfn. fault-finding, censorious,

aguṇaśila

  1. ○śila mfn. of a worthless character

agupta

  1. a-gupta mfn. unhidden, unconcealed
  2. unprotected
  3. not keeping a secret

aguru

  1. a-guru mfn. not heavy, light
  2. (in prosody) short as a short vowel alone or before a single consonant [Page 5, Column]
  3. (us, u), mṇ. the fragrant Aloe wood and tree, Aquilaria Agallocha

agūḍha

  1. a-gūḍha mfn. unconcealed, manifest

agūḍhagandha

  1. ○gandha n. Asa Foetida

agūḍhabhāva

  1. ○bhāva mfn. having a transparent disposition

agṛbhīta

  1. á-gṛbhīta mfn. not seized or taken unsubdued RV. viii, 79, 1 TBr

agṛbhītaśocis

  1. ○śocis (ágṛbhīta-), mfn. 'having unsubdued splendour', N. of Agni and the Maruts RV. v, 54, 5 and 12 ; viii, 23, 1
  2. ('having inconceivable splendour' BR.)

agṛha

  1. a-gṛha mfn. houseless

agṛhatā

  1. ○tā f. houselessness TāṇḍyaBr

agocara

  1. a-gocara mfn. not within range, unattainable, inaccessible (cf. driṣṭy-agocara), impeceptible by the senses
  2. (am), n. anything that is beyond the cognizance of the senses
  3. Brahma
  4. the not being seen, absence
  5. (eṇa), instr. ind. out of the sight of any one (gen.), behind one's back Hit

agopā

  1. á-gopā mfn. without a cowherd, not tended by one RV

agorudha

  1. á-go-rudha mfn. not driving away the cow RV. viii, 24, 20
  2. ('not repelling or disdaining praise' Sāy.)

agohya

  1. á-gohya (4), mfn. not to be concealed or covered, bright RV

agaukas

  1. agaukas 2. a-ga

agdhād

  1. agdhâd mfn. (fr. a+ gdha p.p.p. fr √ghas + ad), eating food which is not yet eaten TS., (Comm.= dagdhâd.)

agnā

  1. agnā (for agni in the following comp.)

agnāmarutau

  1. ○marutau m. du. Agni and Marut Pāṇ. 6-3, 28 Sch

agnāviṣṇū

  1. ○viṣṇū voc. m. du. Agni and Vishṇu AV

agnāyī

  1. agnā́yī f. the wife of Agni, one of the deva-patnyaḥ RV. i, 22, 12 and v, 46, 8
  2. the Tretā yuga L

agni

  1. agní m. (√ag Uṇ.) fire, sacrificial fire (of three kinds, Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakshiṇa)
  2. the number three Sūryas
  3. the god of fire, the fire of the stomach, digestive faculty, gastric fluid
  4. bile L
  5. gold L
  6. N. of various plants Semicarpus Anacardium Suśr., Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea, Citrus Acida
  7. mystical substitute for the letter r
  8. in the Kātantra grammar N. of noun-stems ending in i and u [Lat. igni-s ; Lith. ugni-s ; Slav. ognj]

agnikaṇa

  1. ○kaṇa m. 'fire-particle', a spark

agnikarman

  1. ○karman n. 'fire-act', piling up the wood &c. ŚBr
  2. action of Agni Nir
  3. cauterization Suśr

agnikalpa

  1. ○kalpa (agní-), mfn. having the nature of fire ŚBr

agnikārikā

  1. ○kārikā ḻ., f. and kindling or feeding the sacrificial fire with clarified butter &c

agnikārya

  1. ○kārya [Mn. &c.], n. kindling or feeding the sacrificial fire with clarified butter &c
  2. the prayers said while doing so Kathās., cauterization

agnikāṣṭha

  1. ○kāṣṭha n. Agallochum L

agnikukkuṭa

  1. ○kukkuṭa m. a lighted wisp of straw, firebrand L

agnikuṇḍa

  1. ○kuṇḍa n. a pan with live coals R
  2. a hole or enclosed space for the consecrated fire Kathās

agnikumāra

  1. ○kumāra m. a particular preparation of various drugs. N. of a class of Bhavanavāsin deities Jain

agnikṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. made by fire

agniketu

  1. ○ketu (agni-), mfn. having fire as an emblem or characteristic mark (Ushas) TS
  2. (us), m. N. of a Rakshas R

agnikoṇa

  1. ○koṇa m. the south-east quarter, ruled over by Agni L

agnikriḍā

  1. ○kriḍā f. 'fire sport', fire works, illuminations, &c

agnikhadā

  1. ○khadā f. an infernal pan or stove Kāraṇḍ

agnigarbha

  1. ○garbha mf(ā) n. pregnant with fire BṛĀrUp
  2. m. a gem supposed to contain and give out solar heat (= sūrya-kānta) L
  3. N. of a frothy substance on the sea, engendered by the submarine, fire L
  4. N. of a man
  5. (ā), f. the plant Mahājyotishmatī

agnigṛha

  1. ○gṛha n. house or place for keeping the sacred fire MBh
  2. a room fitted 'with hot-baths Car

agnigrantha

  1. ○grantha m. N. of wk

agnighaṭa

  1. ○ghaṭa m. N. of a hell Kāraṇḍ

agnicaya

  1. ○caya "ṣulb., m. or f. arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place

agnicayana

  1. ○cayana n. or arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place

agniciti

  1. ○citi f. or arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place

agnicityā

  1. ○cityā́ "ṣBr., f. arranging to preparing the sacred or sacrificial fire-place
  2. agni-caya, a heap or mass of fire R

agnicit

  1. ○cít mfn. arranging the sacrificial fire, or one who has arranged it ŚBr. &c
  2. án- (neg.) ŚBr

agnicitvat

  1. ○cit-vat mfn. possessing house holders that have prepared a sacred fire-place Pāṇ. 8-2, 10 Sch

agnija

  1. ○já mfn. 'fire-born', produced by or in fire AV. MaitrS
  2. m. N. of Vishṇu Hariv
  3. of a frothy substance on the sea (cf.-garbha) L

agnijanman

  1. ○janman m. 'fire-born', Skanda, god of war

agnijāra

  1. ○jāra or m. N. of a frothy substance on the sea (cf. -garbha and -já) L

agnijāla

  1. ○jāla m. N. of a frothy substance on the sea (cf. -garbha and -já) L

agnijihva

  1. ○jihvá mfn. 'having Agni for tongue', consuming the sacrifice through Agni RV. [Page 5, Column]
  2. (ā́), f. tongue or flame of fire AV. MuṇḍUp
  3. the plant Methonica Superba (Lāṅgalī)

agnijvalitatejana

  1. ○jvalita-tejana mfn. having a point hardened in fire Mn. vii, 90

agnijvāla

  1. ○jvāla m. N. of Śiva
  2. (ā), f. flame of fire
  3. a Plant with red blossoms, used by dyers, Grislea Tomentosa
  4. Jalapippalī

agnitap

  1. ○táp mfn. enjoying the warmth of fire RV. v, 61, 4

agnitapas

  1. ○tápas mfn. hot as fire, glowing RV. x, 68, 6

agnitapta

  1. ○taptá mfn. fire-heated, glowing RV. vii, 104, 5

agnitā

  1. ○tā (agní), f. the state of fire ŚBr

agnitejas

  1. ○tejas (agní-), mfn. having the energy of fire or of Agni AV
  2. (ās), m. one of the seven Ṛishis of the eleventh Manvantara Hariv

agnitraya

  1. ○traya n. or the three sacred fires, called respectively Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakshiṇa

agnitretā

  1. ○tretā ṃn. ṃBh., f. the three sacred fires, called respectively Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, and Dakshiṇa

agnitrā

  1. ○trā mfn. án-agnitrā

agnida

  1. ○da m. 'fire-giver', incendiary Mn. Yājñ
  2. stomachic. 1

agnidagdha

  1. ○dagdha (agní-), mfn. burnt with fire RV. x, 103, additional verses ŚBr
  2. cauterized Suśr
  3. (am), n. a cautery. 2

agnidagdha

  1. ○dagdhá mfn. burnt on a funeral pile RV. x, 15, 14 TBr
  2. (ās), m. pl. a class of Pitṛis who, when on earth, maintained a sacred fire Mn. iii, 199

agnidatta

  1. ○datta m. N. of a prince
  2. of a Brahman Kathās

agnidamanī

  1. ○damanī f. a narcotic plant, Solanum Jacquini

agnidāyaka

  1. ○dāyaka m. = -da, q.v

agnidāha

  1. ○dāha m. a particular disease
  2. a fiery glow (in the sky) Hariv

agnidiś

  1. ○diś f. Agni's quarter, the south-east

agnidīpana

  1. ○dīpana mf(ī)n. stomachic Suśr

agnidīpta

  1. ○dīpta mfn. blazing, glowing
  2. (ā), f. the plant Mahājyotishmatī

agnidīpti

  1. ○dīpti f. active state of digestion Suśr

agnidūta

  1. ○dūta (agní-), mfn. having Agni for a messenger, brought by Agni RV. x, 14, 13 AV

agnidūṣita

  1. ○dūṣita mfn. 'fire-marked', branded

agnideva

  1. ○deva m. Agni, (ā), f. = - nakṣatrá, q.v. L

agnidevata

  1. ○devata (agní-), mfn. having Agni for deity ŚBr

agnidaivata

  1. ○daivata n. -nakṣatrá, q.v. VarBṛS

agnidh

  1. ○dh (agní-dh, dh for ídh, cf. agnī74dh), m. the priest who kindles the sacred fire RV. ii 1, 2 ; x, 41, 3 ; 91, 10

agnidhāna

  1. ○dhā́na n. receptacle for the sacred fire RV. x, 165, 3 AV

agninakṣatra

  1. ○nakṣatrá n. the third lunar mansion the Pleiades (Kṛittikā) ŚBr

agninayana

  1. ○nayana n. the act of bringing out the sacrificial fire

agniniryāsa

  1. ○niryāsa m. = -jāra

agninunna

  1. ○nunna (agní), mfn. struck by fire or lightning SV

agninetra

  1. ○netra (agní-), mfn. having Agni for a guide VS

agnipakva

  1. ○pakva mfn. cooked on the fire Mn

agnipada

  1. ○pada m. whose foot has stepped on the sacrificial fire place', N. of a horse Lāṭy. Vait

agniparikriyā

  1. ○parikriyā f. care of the sacred fire Mn. ii, 67

agniparicchada

  1. ○paricchada m. the whole apparatus of a fire-sacrifice Mn. vi, 4

agniparidhāna

  1. ○paridhāna n. enclosing the sacrificial fire with a kind of screen

agniparikṣā

  1. ○parikṣā f. ordeal by fire

agniparvata

  1. ○parvata m. 'fire-mountain', a volcano R

agnipuccha

  1. ○puccha n. tail or extreme point of, a sacrificial fire (arranged in the shape of a bird) ĀśvŚr

agnipurā

  1. ○purā́ f. the castle of Agni ŚBr

agnipurāṇa

  1. ○purāṇa n. N. of a Purāṇa

agnipurogama

  1. ○purogama mfn. having Agni for a leader

agnipraṇayana

  1. ○praṇayana n. = -nayana, q.v

agnipraṇayanīya

  1. ○praṇayanīya mfn. referring to the -praṇayana

agnipratiṣṭhā

  1. ○pratiṣṭhā f. consecration of fire, especially of the nuptial fire

agniprabhā

  1. ○prabhā f. a venomous insect Suśr

agnipraveśa

  1. ○praveśa m. or entering the fire, self immolation of a widow on her husband's funeral pile

agnipraveśana

  1. ○praveśana n. entering the fire, self immolation of a widow on her husband's funeral pile

agniprastara

  1. ○prastara m. a fire-producing stone
  2. flint L

agniprāyaścitta

  1. ○prāyaścitta n. or an expiatory act during the preparation of the sacrificial fire

agniprāyaścitti

  1. ○prāyaścittí "ṣBr., f. an expiatory act during the preparation of the sacrificial fire

agnibāhu

  1. ○bāhu m. smoke [cf. -vāha] L., N. of a son of the first Manu Hariv
  2. N. of a son of Priyavrata and Kāmyā VP

agnibīja

  1. ○bīja n. gold L
  2. N. of the letter r RāmatUp

agnibha

  1. ○bha n. 'shining like fire, gold L

agnibhu

  1. ○bhu n. 'fire produced', water L

agnibhū

  1. ○bhū m. Skanda L
  2. N. of a Vedic teacher, with the patron. Kāśyapa VBr
  3. (in arithm.) six

agnibhūti

  1. ○bhūti m. N. of one of the eleven chief pupils (gaṇadharas) of the last Tirthakara

agnibhrājas

  1. ○bhrājas (agní-), mfn. possessing fiery splendour RV. v, 54, 11

agnimaṇi

  1. ○maṇi m. the sun-stone (= surya-kānta)

agnimat

  1. ○mát mfn. being near the fire AV. (RV. has vát)
  2. having or maintaining a sacrificial fire Mn. &c
  3. having a good digestion Suśr

agnimantha

  1. ○mantha mfn. producing fire by friction
  2. m. Premna Spinosa Suśr

agnimanthana

  1. ○manthana n. production of fire by friction ĀśvŚr

agnimanthanīya

  1. ○manthanīya mfn. relating to such friction ib

agnimaya

  1. ○máya mf(ī) n. fiery ŚBr. AitBr

agnimāṭhara

  1. ○māṭhara m. N. of an expounder of the Ṛig-veda VP

agnimāndya

  1. ○māndya n. slowness of digestion, dyspepsia

agnimāruti

  1. ○māruti m. N. of Agastya L
  2. cf. āgnimāruta

agnimitra

  1. ○mitra m. N. of a prince of the Suṅga, dynasty, son of Pushyamitra VP

agnimindha

  1. ○m-indhá (agnim-indhá), m. the priest who kindles the fire RV. i, 162, 5

agnimukha

  1. ○mukha (agni-), mfn. having Agni for the mouth ŚBr
  2. m. a deity, a Brāhmaṇa, a tonic medicine L. [Page 5, Column]
  3. Semicarpus Anacardium
  4. Plumbago Zeylanica L
  5. N. of a bug Pañcat
  6. (ī), f. Semicarpus Anacardium
  7. Gloriosa (or Methonica) Superba

agnimūḍha

  1. ○mūḍha (agní-), mfn. made insane by Agni RV. x, 103, additional verses AV

agniyuta

  1. ○yuta m. N. of the author of the hymn x, 116 in the Ṛig-veda

agniyojana

  1. ○yojana n. the act of stirring the sacrificial fire (to make it blaze up)

agnirakṣaṇa

  1. ○rakṣaṇa n. maintenance of the sacred domestic fire

agniraja

  1. ○raja or m. a scarlet insect L

agnirajas

  1. ○rajas m. a scarlet insect L

agnirahasya

  1. ○rahasya n. 'mystery of Agni', title of the tenth book of the Śatapatha-Brāhmaṇa

agnirājan

  1. ○rājan mfn. pl. 'having Agni as king', N. of the Vastus ŚāṅkhŚr

agnirāśi

  1. ○rā́śi m. a heap or mass of fire, a burning pile

agniruhā

  1. ○ruhā f. the plant Māṃsarohiṇl

agnirūpa

  1. ○rūpa (agní-), mfn. fire-shaped RV. x, 84, 1
  2. (agni-rū́pa), n. a shape of fire ŚBr

agniretasa

  1. ○retasá mfn. sprung from Agni's seed ŚBr

agnirohiṇī

  1. ○rohiṇī f. a hard inflammatory swelling in the arm-pit Suśr

agniloka

  1. ○loka m. the world of Agni KaushUp

agnivat

  1. ○vát mfn. being near the fire RV. vii, 104, 2 (= -mát, q.v.)
  2. 'joined to (another) fire', N. of Agni TS

agnivarcas

  1. ○varcas m. N. of a teacher of the Purāṇas VP

agnivarṇa

  1. ○varṇa mf(ā)n. having the colour of fire
  2. hot, fiery (said of liquors) Mn. xi, 90 and 91
  3. m. N. of a prince, son of Sudarśana

agnivardhaka

  1. ○vardhaka or mfn. promoting digestion, stomachic

agnivardhana

  1. ○vardhana mfn. promoting digestion, stomachic

agnivallabha

  1. ○vallabha m. the tree Ṣorea Robusta
  2. its resinous juice

agnivāṇa

  1. ○vāṇa m. a fiery arrow

agnivādin

  1. ○vādin m. 'fire-asserter', worshipper of fire

agnivārtta

  1. ○vārtta mfn. gaining a livelihood by fire [as a blacksmith &c.] VarBṛS

agnivāsas

  1. ○vāsas (agní-), mfn. wearing a fiery or red garment AV

agnivāha

  1. ○vāha m. the vehicle of fire, i.e. smoke L

agnividhā

  1. ○vidhā́ f. manner or fashion of fire ŚBr

agnivimocana

  1. ○vimocana n. the act of lowering the sacrificial fire (by spreading it out)

agnivisarpa

  1. ○visarpa m. spread of inflammation (in a tumour)

agnivikaraṇa

  1. ○vikaraṇa n. removing the sacrificial fire from the Āgnidhra to the Sadas Maṇḍapa

agnivirya

  1. ○virya n. gold L

agnivṛddhi

  1. ○vṛddhi f. improvement of digestion

agnivetāla

  1. ○vetāla m. N. of a Vetāla (connected with the story of king Vikramāditya)

agnivela

  1. ○vela f. the time at which the fire is kindled, afternoon ĀśvGṛ

agniveśa

  1. ○veśa m. N. of an ancient medical authority
  2. also of other persons

agniveśman

  1. ○veśman m. the fourteenth day of the Karma-māsa Sūryapr

agniveśya

  1. ○veśya m. N. of a teacher MBh
  2. N. of the 22nd muhūrta Sūryapr

agnisaraṇa

  1. ○saraṇa or f. house or place for keeping, the sacrificial fire

agniśāla

  1. ○śā́la āV., n. or house or place for keeping, the sacrificial fire

agniśālā

  1. ○śālā f. house or place for keeping, the sacrificial fire

agniśarman

  1. ○śarman m. N. of a man

agnisikha

  1. ○sikha mfn. having a point like fire (an arrow) R
  2. m. an arrow
  3. a lamp
  4. a safflower plant L
  5. saffron L
  6. N. of Vararuci's father Kathās
  7. of a Vetāla Kathās
  8. (am), n. saffron L., gold L

agnisikhā

  1. ○sikhā f. a flame ŚBr. &c., the plants Gloriosa Superba and Menispermum Cordifolium

agniśuśrūṣā

  1. ○śuśrūṣā f. attention to the sacrificial fire Mn. ii, 248

agnisekhara

  1. ○sekhara n. saffron

agniśeṣa

  1. ○śeṣa m. appendix to the chapter on Agni in the Taittiriya-Saṃhitā

agniśra

  1. ○śra m(nom. pl. -sríyas)fn. having the brightness of Agni RV. iii, 26, 5 ['approaching the fire (of lightning)' Sāy.]

agnisroṇi

  1. ○sroṇi f. leg of the sacrificial altar KātySr

agniṣṭut

  1. ○ṣṭut m. 'laudatory of Agni', the first day of the Agnishṭoma sacrifice, one day of the Sattra Pañcadasarātra ŚBr. &c
  2. N. of a son of the sixth Manu, Cākshusha (by Naḍvalā) VP. Hariv. [vḷ. -ṣṭubh]

agniṣṭoma

  1. ○ṣṭomá m. 'praise of Agni', N. of a protracted ceremony or sacrifice (forming one of the chief modifications, [saṃsthās] of the Jyotishṭoma offered by one who is desirous of obtaining heaven ; the performer is a Brahman who maintains the sacred fire, the offering is the Soma, the deities to whom, the offering is made are Indra &c., the number of priests required is 16, the ceremonies continue for five, days)
  2. a mantra or kalpa connected with the Agnishṭoma L
  3. (agni ṣṭoma) -yājin mfn. one who has performed the Agnishṭoma
  4. -sád mfn. performing the Agnishṭoma
  5. -sádya n. the performance of Agnishṭoma ŚBr
  6. -sāmá m. and -samán n. the passage of the Sāma-veda chanted at the Agnishṭoma
  7. -hotra n. title of a Vedic text

agniṣṭha

  1. ○ṣṭhá mfn. placed in, or over, near the fire
  2. m. a pan, fire-pan R. [cf. -ṣṭhikā]
  3. a vehicle carrying the fire ĀpŚr
  4. (in the Aśvamedha sacrifice) the eleventh Yūpa or sacrificial post, which (of all the twenty-one) is nearest the fire ŚBr
  5. (ā́), f. that corner of the sacrificial post which (of all the eight) is nearest the fire ŚBr

agniṣṭhikā

  1. ○ṣṭhikā f. a fire-pan [cf. -ṣṭha]

agniṣvātta

  1. ○ṣvāttá [in Epic and later texts -svātta], ās, m. pl. 'tasted by the funeral fire', the Manes RV. x, 15, 11 VS. ŚBr
  2. in later texts N. of a class of Manes (who on earth neglected the sacrificial fire) MBh. &c. [Page 6, Column]

agnisaṃskāra

  1. ○saṃskāra m. the consecration of fire
  2. performance of any rite in which the application of fire is essential, as the burning of a dead body Mn. Ragh

agnisakha

  1. ○sakha m. 'friend of fire', the wind L

agnisaṃkāśa

  1. ○saṃkāśa (agní-), mfn. resplendent like fire ŚBr

agnisajjā

  1. ○sajjā f.? indigestion Suśr

agnisaṃcaya

  1. ○saṃcaya m. preparing the sacrificial fire-place
  2. -cayana

agnisambhava

  1. ○sambhava mfn. produced from fire
  2. m. wild safflower L
  3. = -jāra
  4. 'the result of digestion, chyme or chyle L

agnisaras

  1. ○saras n. N. of a Tirtha VārP

agnisava

  1. ○savá m. consecration of the fire TS. ŚBr

agnisahāya

  1. ○sahāya m. 'friend of fire', the wind
  2. a wild pigeon L

agnisākṣika

  1. ○sākṣika mfn. taking Agni or the domestic or nuptial fire for a witness R. &c. -sākṣika-maryāda mfn. one who taking Agni for a witness gives a solemn promise of conjugal fidelity

agnisāda

  1. ○sāda m. weakness of digestion Suśr

agnisāra

  1. ○sāra n. a medicine for the eyes, a collyrium L

agnisāvarṇi

  1. ○sāvarṇi m. N. of a Manu L

agnisiṃha

  1. ○siṃha m. N. of the father of the seventh black Vāsudeva Jain

agnisūtra

  1. ○sūtra n. thread of fire
  2. a girdle of sacrificial grass put upon a young Brāhman at his investiture L

agnistambha

  1. ○stambha m.or

agnistambhana

  1. ○stambhana n. the (magical) quenching of fire

agnistoka

  1. ○stoka m. a particle of fire, spark

agnisvātta

  1. ○svātta -ṣvāttá

agnihavana

  1. ○havana n. a sacrificial libation Gaut

agnihut

  1. ○hút Vṣ. or mfn. sacrificed by fire

agnihuta

  1. ○huta mfn. sacrificed by fire

agnihotṛ

  1. ○hotṛ (agní), m. having Agni for a priest RV. x, 66, 8. 1

agnihotra

  1. ○hotra (agní-), mfn. sacrificing to Agni AV. vi, 97, 1
  2. (ī́) f. the cow destined for the Agnihotra ŚBr. AitBr
  3. (agni, hotri) -vatsá m. her calf. ŚBr. 2

agnihotra

  1. ○hotrá n. AV. &c. oblation to Agni (chiefly of milk, oil, and sour gruel
  2. there are two kinds of Agnihotra, one is nitya i.e. of constant obligation, the other kāmya i.e. optional)
  3. the sacred fire Mn. Yājñ. &c
  4. (agnihotra) -devatā f. the deity of the Agnihotra
  5. tvá n. the state of the Agnihotra MaitrS
  6. -sthālī́ f. a pot used at the Agnihotra ŚBr
  7. -hávanī f. a spoon used at the Agnihotra ŚBr. ĀśvGṛ
  8. -hút, offering the Agnihotra AV
  9. -homa m. a libation at the Agnihotra KātySr
  10. agnihotrāyaṇin mfn. one who offers only the Agnihotra KātyŚr
  11. agnihotra9vṛt f. ( āvṛt) the mere Agnihotra without recitation of Vedic formulas KātyŚr
  12. agnihotrâhutí [ŚBr., cf. āhuti] and agniḥotre9ṣṭi [KātyŚr., cf. iṣṭi], f. a libation or offering at the Agnihotra
  13. agnihotrôcchiṣṭá "ṣBr. and agnihotrôccheṣaṇá ṭṣ., n. the remains of the Agnihotra

agnihotrin

  1. ○hotrín mfn. practising the Agnihotra, maintaining the sacrificial fire ŚBr. &c

agnihoma

  1. ○homa m. oblation put into the fire KātyŚr

agnihvara

  1. ○hvará mfn.? making a mistake in the fire-ceremonial MaitrS

agnīdh

  1. agnī74dh m. the priest who kindles the fire VS. ŚBr. AitBr. [cf. agnidh]

agnīdhra

  1. agnī7dhra m. (= agni-bāhu), N. of two men

agnīndrau

  1. agnī7ndraú m. du. Agni and Indra VS

agnīndhana

  1. agnī7ndhana n. kindling or feeding the fire Mn. &c

agnīparjanyau

  1. agnī-parjanyau Voc. m. du. Agni and Parjanya RV. vi, 52, 16

agnīvaruṇau

  1. agnī-váruṇau m. du. Agni and Varuṇa ŚBr

agnīṣomā

  1. agnī-ṣómā or m. du. Agni and Soma RV. AV. VS

agnīṣomau

  1. agnī-ṣómau m. du. Agni and Soma RV. AV. VS
  2. (agnīṣoma) -praṇayana n. bringing out the fire and the Soma, a ceremony in the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice

agnīṣomiya

  1. agnīṣomiya mfn. related or sacred to Agni and Soma AV. &c., (agniṣomiya) -nirvāpa m. making libations with the cake sacred to Agni and Soma, a ceremony in the Darśapūrṇamāsa sacrifice
  2. -paśu m. a victim, generally a sheep or goat, sacred to Agni and Soma -paśv-anuṣṭhāna n. the rite connected with that victim at the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice
  3. -puroḍāśa m. cake sacred to Agni and Soma (baked in eleven bowls)
  4. -yāga m. one of the three sacrifices of the Pūrṇamāsa
  5. agniṣomiyâikādasa-kapāta m. cake sacred to Agni and Soma, above

agnyagāra

  1. agny-agārá [ŚBr. &c.] or m. house or place for keeping the sacred fire

agnyāgāra

  1. agny-āgāra m. house or place for keeping the sacred fire

agnyabhāva

  1. agny-abhāva m. absence or want of the sacred fire
  2. loss of appetite

agnyarcis

  1. agny-arcís f. or n. flame ŚBr

agnyāgāra

  1. agny-āgāra agny-agārá

agnyātmaka

  1. agny-ātmaka mf(ikā) n. having Agni's nature

agnyādhāna

  1. agny-ādhāna KaushBr. or n. placing the fire on the sacrificial fire-place

agnyādheya

  1. agny-ādheya [AV. Mn. &c.], n. placing the fire on the sacrificial fire-place
  2. the ceremony of preparing the three sacred fires Āhavaniya &c
  3. (agnyādheya) -devatā f. the deity of the Agnyādheya ceremony PārGṛ
  4. -rūpá n. form or shape of the Agnyādheya ŚBr
  5. -śarkarā́, ā́s f. pl. (figuratively) bad performance of the Agnyādheya ŚBr
  6. -havis n. an oblation at the Agnyādheya ŚBr

agnyālaya

  1. agny-ālaya m. = agny-agārá

agnyāhita

  1. agny-āhita m. one who has performed the Agnyādhāna R. &c

agnyutpāta

  1. agny-utpāta m. a fiery portent Car
  2. a conflagration PārGṛ

agnyutsādin

  1. agny-utsādin mfn. one who lets the sacred fire go out

agnyuddharaṇa

  1. agny-uddharaṇa n. taking the sacred fire from its usual place (previous to a sacrifice). [Page 6, Column]

agnyupasthāna

  1. agny-upasthāná n. worship of Agni at the conclusion of the Agnihotra &c. ŚBr

agnyedha

  1. agny-edhá m. one who kindles the fire VS

agnika

  1. agnika m. a plant, probably Semecarpus Anacardium
  2. a kind of serpent Suśr
  3. an insect of scarlet colour, Coccinella
  4. (am), u. the Acayou-nut Suśr

agnisāt

  1. agnísāt ind. to the state of fire (used in comp. with √1. kṛ and √bhū e.g. agnisāt kṛ, to reduce to fire, to consume by fire), cf. bhasmasāt

agman

  1. agman a n. conflict, battle L
  2. (connected with ajman, q.v.)

agra

  1. ágra mfn. (fr. √aṅg Uṇ.), foremost, anterior, first, prominent, projecting, chief, best L
  2. supernumerary L
  3. (ā), f. [scil. rekhā] measure of amplitude (i.e. the distance from the extremity of the gnomon-shadow to the line of the equinoctial shadow) Sūryas
  4. (am), n. foremost point or part
  5. tip
  6. front
  7. uppermost part, top, summit, surface
  8. point
  9. and hence, figuratively, sharpness
  10. the nearest end, the beginning
  11. the climax or best part
  12. goal, aim
  13. multitude L
  14. a weight, equal to a pala L
  15. a measure of food given as alms L
  16. (in astron.) the sun's amplitude
  17. (am), ind. in front, before, ahead of
  18. (ágreṇa), ind. in front, before (without or with acc.) ŚBr
  19. (ágre), ind. in front, ahead of, in the beginning, first
  20. further on, subsequently, below (in a book)
  21. from - up to (ā) ŚBr., before (in time) AitUp. &c. [Gk. ?]

agrakara

  1. ○kara m. the fore [6,] part of the hand, finger
  2. first ray Śiś

agrakāya

  1. ○kāya m. the fore part of the body

agraga

  1. ○ga m. a leader

agragaṇya

  1. ○gaṇya mfn. to be counted or regarded as the foremost, principal

agragāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. preceding, taking the lead

agragrāsikā

  1. ○grāsikā f. the claim or right to the first morsel Pāṇ. 3-3, iii, Kāś

agraja

  1. ○ja (cf. jā́), mfn. born first or earlier, m. the first-born, an elder brother Mn. &c
  2. a Brahman VarBṛS. &c
  3. (ā), f. an elder sister

agrajaṅghā

  1. ○jaṅghā f. the fore part of the leg, the shin-bone L

agrajanman

  1. ○janman m. the first-born, an elder brother, a Brahman Mn. Yājñ. &c
  2. a member of one of the three highest castes L
  3. Brahmā

agrajā

  1. ○jā́ mfn. first-born RV. ix, 5, 9

agrajātaka

  1. ○jātaka or m. a Brahman L

agrajāti

  1. ○jāti m. a Brahman L

agrajihva

  1. ○jihvá n. tip of the tongue VS

agrajyā

  1. ○jyā f. sine of the amplitude Sūryas

agraṇī

  1. ○ṇī mfn. taking the lead, foremost
  2. N. of an Agni MBh

agraṇīti

  1. ○ṇīti (ágra-), f. the first offering RV. ii, 11, 14

agratas

  1. ○tás ind
  2. col. 3

agratirtha

  1. ○tirtha m. N. of a prince MBh

agradātṛ

  1. ○dātṛ mfn. offering the best bits (to the gods) MBh

agradānin

  1. ○dānin m. a degraded Brāhman who receives presents from Sūdras, or takes things previously offered to the dead BrahmaP

agradidhiṣu

  1. ○didhiṣú m. = agre-didhiṣu TBr

agranakha

  1. ○nakha m. tip of a nail R
  2. cf. nakhâgra

agranāsikā

  1. ○nāsikā f. tip of the nose R
  2. cf. nāsikâgra

agranirūpaṇa

  1. ○nirūpaṇa n. determining beforehand, prophecy

agraparṇī

  1. ○parṇī f. cowage, Carpopogon Pruriens

agrapā

  1. ○pā mfn. drinking first MBh

agrapāṇi

  1. ○pāṇi m. fore part of the hand
  2. the right hand L

agrapāda

  1. ○pāda m. fore part of the foot Śiś

agrapūjā

  1. ○pūjā f. highest act of reverence R

agrapeya

  1. ○peya n. precedence in drinking AitBr

agrapradāyin

  1. ○pradāyin mfn. offering first MBh

agrapraśirṇa

  1. ○praśirṇá mfn. broken at the top ŚBr

agrabīja

  1. ○bīja mfn. (said of plants) propagated by cuttings, m. a viviparous plant

agrabhāga

  1. ○bhāga (or agrâṃśa), m. fore part, (in astron.) degree of amplitude L

agrabhuj

  1. ○bhuj mfn. having the precedence in eating TĀr
  2. N. of the sun MBh

agrabhū

  1. ○bhū mfn. being at the top, at the head of

agrabhūmi

  1. ○bhūmi f. a goal L
  2. the top-floor (of a house) Megh

agramahiṣī

  1. ○mahiṣī f. the principal queen R. Jain

agramāṃsa

  1. ○māṃsa n. the heart L
  2. morbid protuberance of the liver

agrayāna

  1. ○yāna n. stepping in front to defy the enemy

agrayāyin

  1. ○yāyin mfn. going before, taking the lead, (ī), m. a Ieader, Sāk

agrayāvan

  1. ○yā́van mfn. going before RV. x, 70, 2

agrayodhin

  1. ○yodhin m. the foremost man or leader in a fight
  2. a champion

agralohitā

  1. ○lohitā f. a kind of vegetable, similar to the spinage

agravaktra

  1. ○vaktra n. N. of a surgical instrument Suśr

agravat

  1. ○vat (ágra-), mfn. being at the top TS

agraśas

  1. ○śás ind. from the beginning AV

agrasaṃdhānī

  1. ○saṃdhānī f. the register of human actions (kept by Yama) L

agrasandhyā

  1. ○sandhyā f. early down

agrasara

  1. ○sara mf(ī)n. going in front, taking the lead

agrasānu

  1. ○sānu m. the front part of a table-land L

agrasārā

  1. ○sārā f. a short method of counting immense numbers

agrasūcī

  1. ○sūcī f. point of a needle, Naish

agrasena

  1. ○sena m. N. of Janamejaya's son

agrahasta

  1. ○hasta m. = -pāṇi
  2. the tip of an elephant's trunk Vikr
  3. finger R

agrahāyaṇa

  1. ○hāyaṇa m. 'commencement of the year', N. of a Hindū month (mārgaśīrṣa, beginning about the 12th of November). [Page 6, Column]

agrahāra

  1. ○hāra m. royal donation of land to Brāhmans
  2. land or village thus given MBh

agrāṃśa

  1. agrâṃśa = agrabhāga

agrāṃśu

  1. agrâṃśu m. the end of a ray of light, the focal point

agrākṣan

  1. agrâkṣan n. a side-look R

agrāṅguli

  1. agrâṅguli m. the finger-tip

agrādvan

  1. agrâdvan mfn. having precedence in eating RV. vi, 69, 6

agrānīka

  1. agrânīka n. the front of an army, vanguard Mn. &c

agrāyaṇīya

  1. agrâyaṇīya n. title of the second of the fourteen oldest (but lost) Jaina books, called Pūrvas

agrāśana

  1. agrâśana mfn. eating before another (abl.) MārkP

agrāsana

  1. agrâsana n. seat of honour

agrega

  1. agre-gá &c
  2. ágre below

agretvan

  1. agré7tvan mf(arī)n. going in front AV

agropaharaṇīya

  1. agrôpaharaṇīya mfn. that which has to be first or principally supplied Suśr

agratas

  1. agratás ind. in front, before
  2. in the beginning, first RV. x, 90, 7 VS
  3. (with gen.) before, in presence of

agrataḥkṛ

  1. agrataḥ-kṛ to place in front or at the head, to consider most important

agrataḥsara

  1. agrataḥ-sara mf(ī)n. going in front, taking the lead

agrima

  1. agrimá mfn. being in front, preceding, prior, furthest advanced
  2. occurring further on or below (in a book, cf. ágre)
  3. the foremost RV. v, 44, 9
  4. eldest, principal L
  5. (ā), f. the fruit Annona Reticulata

agriya

  1. agriyá mfn. foremost, principal RV
  2. oldest, first-born RV. i, 13, 10
  3. m. elder brother L
  4. (ám), n. the first-fruits, the best part RV. iv, 37, 4 and probably ix, 71, 4

agriyavat

  1. ○vat mfn
  2. f. vatī (scil. ṛc), N. of the hymn Ṛig-veda ix, 62, 25, quoted in Lāṭy

agrīya

  1. agrīya mfn. best L
  2. m. elder brother L

agre

  1. ágre ind. (loc.), ágra

agrega

  1. ○gá [RV. ix, 86, 4] or mfn. going in front or before

agregā

  1. ○gā́ [TBr. &c.], mfn. going in front or before

agregū

  1. ○gū́ mfn. (said of the waters) moving forwards VS. ŚBr

agreṇī

  1. ○ṇī́ m. a leader VS

agretana

  1. ○tana mfn. occurring further on, subsequently (in a book)

agredadhus

  1. ○dadhús ṃaitrṣ. or m. a man who at his first marriage takes a wife that was married before, (agre-didhiṣu or -didhiṣu), f. a married woman whose elder sister is still unmarried

agredadhiṣu

  1. ○dadhiṣu Kapṣ. or m. a man who at his first marriage takes a wife that was married before, (agre-didhiṣu or -didhiṣu), f. a married woman whose elder sister is still unmarried

agredidhiṣu

  1. ○didhiṣu ṃBh. ṅaut., m. a man who at his first marriage takes a wife that was married before, (agre-didhiṣu or -didhiṣu), f. a married woman whose elder sister is still unmarried

agrepā

  1. ○pā́ [RV. iv, 34, 7 and 1] or mfn. having the precedence in drinking

agrepū

  1. ○pū Vṣ. "ṣBr., mfn. having the precedence in drinking

agrebhrū

  1. ○bhrū (√bhram), m. wandering in front Pāṇ. 4, 40 Comm

agrevaṇa

  1. ○vaṇa n. the border of a forest (g. rājadantâdi, q.v.)

agrevadha

  1. ○vadhá m. hitting or killing whatever is in front VS

agresara

  1. ○sara mf(ī) n. going in front, preceding, best L

agresarika

  1. ○sarika m. a leader L

agrya

  1. agryá mf(ā)n. foremost, topmost, principal, best
  2. proficient, well versed in (with loc.)
  3. intent closely attentive, m. an elder or eldest brother L
  4. (ā), f. = tri-phalā, q.v
  5. (am), n. roof L

agryatapas

  1. ○tapas m. N. of a Muni Kathās

agrabhaṇa

  1. a-grabhaṇá mfn. (√grabh = √grah), having nothing which can be grasped RV. i, 116, 5

agraha

  1. a-graha mfn. = mukhya (Comm.) MBh. iii, 14189 BR. propose to read agra-ha, destroying the best part, m. non acceptance, a houseless man i.e. a Vānaprastha a Brāhman of the third class L

agrāhin

  1. a-grāhin mfn. not taking, not holding (said of a leech and of tools) Suśr

agrāhya

  1. a-grāhya mfn. not to be conceived or perceived or obtained or admitted or trusted, to be rejected

agrāhyaka

  1. a-grāhyaka mfn. not to be perceived, impalpable MBh

agrāmya

  1. a-grāmya mfn. not rustic, townmade
  2. not tame, wild

agrī

  1. agrī m. a word invented for the explanation of agní ŚBr

agru

  1. ágru m. unmarried RV. v, 44, 7 and vii, 96, 4 AV
  2. (ū́), f. a virgin RV. AV
  3. nom. pl. agrúvas, poetical N. of the ten fingers RV
  4. and also of the seven rivers RV. i, 191, 14 and iv, 19, 7
  5. Zend. aghru

agh

  1. agh cl. 10. P. aghayati, to go wrong, sin L

agha

  1. aghá mfn. bad, dangerous RV
  2. sinful, impure BhP., m. N. of an Asura BhP
  3. (ám), n. evil, mishap RV. AV
  4. sin, impurity Mn. &c
  5. pain, suffering L
  6. (ā́s), f. pl. the constellation usually called Maghā RV. x, 85, 13

aghakṛt

  1. ○kṛ́t mfn. doing evil or harm, an evil-doer AV

aghaghna

  1. ○ghna or mfn. sin destroying, expiatory, m. 'an expiator', N. of Vishṇu

aghanāsaka

  1. ○nāsaka mfn. sin destroying, expiatory, m. 'an expiator', N. of Vishṇu

aghadeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of a man Rājat

aghamarṣaṇa

  1. ○marṣaṇa mfn. 'sin-effacing', N. of a particular Vedic hymn [RV. x, 19] still used by Brāhmans as a daily prayer Mn. Yājñ. Gaut
  2. m. N. of the author of that prayer, son of Madhucchandas [Page 7, Column]
  3. (plur.) his descendants Hariv. ĀśvŚr

aghamāra

  1. ○mārá mfn. fearfully destructive AV

agharud

  1. ○rúd mfn. 'howling fearfully', N. of certain female demons AV

aghavat

  1. ○vat mfn. sinful
  2. [voc. aghavan or aghos, q.v.]

aghaviṣa

  1. ○viṣa (aghá.), mf(ā)n. fearfully venomous AV

aghaśaṃsa

  1. ○śaṃsa (aghá-), mfn. wishing evil, wicked RV. TBr

aghaśaṃsahan

  1. ○śaṃsa-hán m. slaying the wicked RV

aghaśaṃsin

  1. ○śaṃsin mfn. confessing sin R. Daś

aghaharaṇa

  1. ○haraṇa n. removal of guilt L

aghahāra

  1. ○hārá m. an outrageous robber SV. AV

aghāśva

  1. aghâśva mfn. having a bad or vicious horse RV. i, 116, 6
  2. (ás) [according to NBD. fr. agha + √śvas], m. N. of a snake AV

aghāsura

  1. aghâsura m. Agha, Kaṃsa's general BhP

aghāhan

  1. aghâhan n. inauspicious day SāṅkhŚr

aghaughamarṣaṇa

  1. aghâugha-marṣaṇa mfn. destroying a whole mass of sins

aghala

  1. aghalá mf(ā)n. fearful AV. ŚBr. ŚāṅkhBr

aghāya

  1. aghāya Nom. P. aghāyáti (part. ○yát), to intend to injure, to threaten RV. AV

aghāyu

  1. aghāyú mfn. intending to injure, malicious RV. &c

aghaṭamāna

  1. a-ghaṭamāna mfn. incongruous, incoherent

aghana

  1. a-ghana mfn. not dense or solid

agharma

  1. a-gharma mfn. not hot, cool

agharmadhāman

  1. ○dhāman m. 'having cool splendour', the moon

aghāta

  1. á-ghāta m. no injury, no damage TBr

aghātin

  1. a-ghātin mfn. not fatal, not injurious, harmless

aghātuka

  1. á-ghātuka mfn. not injurious MaitrS

aghārin

  1. a-ghārín mfn. not anointing AV

aghāsaka

  1. a-ghāsaka mfn. without food or provisions

aghṛṇa

  1. a-ghṛṇa mfn. incompassionate

aghṛṇin

  1. a-ghṛṇin mfn. not contemptuous, not disdainful

aghora

  1. á-ghora mfn. not terrific, m. a euphemistic title of Siva
  2. a worshipper of Siva and Durgā
  3. (ā) f. the fourteenth day of the dark half of Bhādra, which is sacred to Śiva

aghoraghoratara

  1. ○ghoratará mfn. having a form both not terrific and terrific MaitrS

aghoraghorarūpa

  1. ○ghora-rūpa m. 'having a form or nature both not terrific and terrific', N. of Śiva MBh

aghoracakṣus

  1. ○cakṣus (ághora-), mfn. not having an evil eye RV. x, 85, 44

aghorapathin

  1. ○pathin or m. a particular sect of Śaivas who eat loathsome food and are addicted to disgusting practices

aghoramārga

  1. ○mārga m. a particular sect of Śaivas who eat loathsome food and are addicted to disgusting practices

aghorapramāṇa

  1. ○pramāṇa n. a terrific oath L

aghoṣa

  1. a-ghoṣa m. (in Gr.) 'non-sonance, absence of all sound or soft murmur, 'hard articulation or effort as applied to the hard consonants and Visarga
  2. (mfn.), soundless, hard (as the hard consonants)

aghos

  1. aghos ind., voc. of agha-vat, O sinner! Pāṇ. 8-3, 1 Sch., also Pāṇ. 8-3, 17 seqq

aghnat

  1. á-ghnat mf(ati)n. (√han), not killing, not injurious RV

aghnya

  1. á-ghnya (2, 3) or (2, 3), m. 'not to be killed, a bull, and (ā, ā́), f. a cow RV. AV

aghnya

  1. a-ghnyá (2, 3), m. 'not to be killed, a bull, and (ā, ā́), f. a cow RV. AV
  2. (ághnyā), said of a cloud RV. x, 46, 3

aghreya

  1. a-ghreya mfn. (√ghra), improper to be smelled at Mn

aṅk

  1. aṅk cl. 1. (connected, with, √añc) Ā. aṅkate, ānaṅke, aṅkiṣyate, aṅkitum, to move in a curve L
  2. cl. 10. P. aṅkayati, to move in a curve L
  3. to mark, stamp, brand

aṅka

  1. aṅká m. a hook RV. i, 162, 13, &c
  2. part of a chariot (used in the dual) TS. TBr
  3. a curve
  4. the curve in the human, especially the female, figure above the hip (where infants sitting, astride are carried by mothers hence often = 'breast' or 'lap')
  5. the side or flank
  6. the body
  7. proximity, place
  8. the bend in the arm
  9. any hook or crooked instrument
  10. a curved line
  11. a numerical figure, cipher, a figure or mark branded on an animal, &c
  12. any mark, line, stroke, ornament, stigma
  13. a number
  14. the numbers one and nine
  15. a co-efficient
  16. an act of a drama
  17. a drama
  18. a military show or sham-fight
  19. a misdeed, a sin L. [Gk. ?, ?, [7,] ?, ?, and Lat. uncus]

aṅkakaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. the act of marking or stamping

aṅkakāra

  1. ○kāra in. a champion chosen by each side to decide a battle Bālar. [Page 7, Column]
  2. aṅkakārī-√kṛ, to choose such a champion Bālar

aṅkatantra

  1. ○tantra n. N. of a book treating of magical marks or figures

aṅkadhāraṇā

  1. ○dhāraṇā f. manner of holding the body, figure ĀśvŚr

aṅkaparivartana

  1. ○parivartana n. turning the body, turning on the other side

aṅkapādavrata

  1. ○pāda-vrata n. N. of a chapter in the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa

aṅkapāli

  1. ○pāli f. or embracing, an embrace L

aṅkapālikā

  1. ○pālikā f. embracing, an embrace L

aṅkapālī

  1. ○pālī f. an embrace
  2. a nurse L
  3. the plant (Piring) Medicago Esculenta

aṅkapāśa

  1. ○pāśa m. a peculiar concatenation of numerals or numbers

aṅkapāśavyavahāra

  1. ○pāśa-vyavahāra m. the use of that concatenation

aṅkapāśādhyāya

  1. ○pāśâdhyāya m. the study of that concatenation

aṅkabandha

  1. ○bandha m. branding with a mark (that resembles a headless body) Yājñ

aṅkabhāj

  1. ○bhāj mfn. (an infant) carried on the hip
  2. (forced fruit) nearly ripe, early ripe Kir
  3. near one's side, in one's possession, close at hand, easy of attainment

aṅkamukha

  1. ○mukha n. introductory act of a drama giving a clue to the whole plot

aṅkaloḍya

  1. ○loḍya m. ginger, Ciñcoḍa or Ciñcoṭaka

aṅkavidyā

  1. ○vidyā f. science of numbers, arithmetic

aṅkāṅka

  1. aṅkâṅká n. water VS

aṅkāvatāra

  1. aṅkâvatāra m. the close of a dramatic act (preparing the audience for the following one)

aṅkati

  1. aṅkati m. wind L
  2. fire L
  3. Brahmā L
  4. a Brāhman who maintains the sacred fire L
  5. N. of a teacher of the Sāma-veda

aṅkana

  1. aṅkana n. the act of marking, stamping, branding, ciphering, writing
  2. (mfn.), marking

aṅkas

  1. áṅkas as n. a curve or bend RV. iv, 40, 4 ; Gk. ? [Page 7, Column]

aṅkasa

  1. aṅkasá n. the flanks or the trappings of a horse RV. iv, 40, 3

aṅkita

  1. aṅkita mfn. marked, branded
  2. numbered, counted, calculated

aṅkin

  1. aṅkín mfn. possessing a hook RV. iii, 45, 4 AV. &c., (ī), m. a small drum L
  2. (inī), f. a number of marks, (g. khalâdi, q.v.)

aṅkī

  1. aṅkī f. a small drum L

aṅkuṭa

  1. aṅkuṭa and m. a key L

aṅkuḍaka

  1. aṅkuḍaka m. a key L

aṅkupa

  1. aṅkupá n. water VS

aṅkura

  1. aṅkura m. a sprout, shoot, blade, a swelling, a tumour Suśr
  2. a hair L
  3. blood L
  4. water L

aṅkuraka

  1. aṅkuraka m. a nest L

aṅkurita

  1. aṅkurita mfn. sprouted

aṅkuśa

  1. aṅkuśá as, am m. n. a hook, especially an elephant-driver's hook
  2. (ā) or (ī) f. one of the twenty-four Jaina goddesses L. [Gk. ? ; Germ. [Page 7, Column] āngel]

aṅkuśagraha

  1. ○graha m. an elephant-driver

aṅkuśadurdhara

  1. ○durdhara m. a restive elephant

aṅkuśita

  1. aṅkuśita mfn. urged on by the hook

aṅkuśin

  1. aṅkuśín mfn. having a hook, laying hold of with a hook RV. x, 34, 7

aṅkūyat

  1. aṅkūyát mfn. (fr. a Nom. aṅkūya, related to aṅka,) moving tortuously (to escape) RV. vi, 15, 17

aṅkūra

  1. aṅkūra m. a sprout L. aṅkura

aṅkūṣa

  1. aṅkūṣa as, am m. n. an ichneumon Uṇ. Comm
  2. cf. aṅgūṣa

aṅkya

  1. aṅkya mfn. fit or proper to be marked or counted, m. a small drum [cf. aṅki] L

aṅkāra

  1. aṅkāra m.? diminution in music L

aṅkoṭa

  1. aṅkoṭa aṅkoṭha, aṅkola, aṅkolla, aṅkolaka m. the plant Alangium Hexapetalum

aṅkollasāra

  1. aṅkolla-sāra m. 'essence of Aṅkolla', a poison prepared from the plant Aṅkolla, &c

aṅkolikā

  1. aṅkolikā f. (a corruption of aṅka-pālikā, q.v.), an embrace L

aṅktvā

  1. aṅktvā ind. p. (√añj), having be-smeared Pāṇ. 7-2, 62 Sch

aṅkh

  1. aṅkh cl. 10. P. (p. aṅkhayát), to stir up, mix ŚBr

aṅg

  1. aṅg cl. I. P. aṅgati, ānaṅga, aṅgitum, to go (cf. √ag)
  2. cl. 10. P. aṅgayati, to mark (cf. √aṅk) L

aṅgana

  1. aṅgana n. walking L
  2. 'place to walk in', yard
  3. s.v

aṅga

  1. aṅgá ind. a particle implying attention, assent or desire, and sometimes impatience, it may be rendered, by well
  2. indeed, true, please, rather quick
  3. kim aṅga, how much rather!

aṅgī

  1. aṅgī (for aṅga in comp. with √1. kṛ and its derivatives)

aṅgīkaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. act of taking the side of, assenting, agreeing, promising

aṅgīkāra

  1. ○kāra m. agreement, promise

aṅgīkṛ

  1. ○√kṛ to take the side of
  2. to agree to, assent, promise, confess. [Page 7, Column]

aṅgīkṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. agreed to, promised

aṅgīkṛti

  1. ○kṛti f. agreement, promise

aṅga

  1. áṅga n. (√am Uṇ.), a limb of the body
  2. a limb, member
  3. the body
  4. a subordinate division or department, especially of a science, as the six Vedāṅgas
  5. hence the number six
  6. N. of the chief sacred texts of the Jainas
  7. a limb or subdivision of Mantra or counsel (said to be five, viz. 1. karmaṇām ārambhôpāyaḥ, means of commencing operations
  8. 2. puruṣa-dravya-sampad, providing men and materials
  9. 3. deśa-kāla-vibhāga, distribution of place and time
  10. 4. vipatti-pratīkāra, counter-action of disaster
  11. 5. kārya-siddhi, successful accomplishment ; whence mantra is said to be pañcâṅga)
  12. any subdivision, a supplement
  13. (in Gr.) the base of a word, but in the strong cases only Pāṇ. 1-4, 13 seqq
  14. anything inferior or secondary, anything immaterial or unessential,
  15. aṅga-tā
  16. (in rhetoric) an illustration
  17. (in the drama) the whole of the subordinate characters
  18. an expedient
  19. a mental organ, the mind L
  20. m. sg. or (ās), m. pl., N. of Bengal proper or its inhabitants
  21. (sg.), N. of a king of Aṅga
  22. (mfn.), having members or divisions L
  23. contiguous L

aṅgakartana

  1. ○kartana n. cutting off a limb

aṅgakarman

  1. ○karman n. or a supplementary sacrificial act

aṅgakriyā

  1. ○kriyā f. a supplementary sacrificial act

aṅgakaṣāya

  1. ○kaṣāyá m. the essence of the body (said of, the semen virile) ŚBr

aṅgagraha

  1. ○graha m. 'limb-seizure', spasm Suśr

aṅgaja

  1. ○ja mfn. produced from or on the body, ornamental L
  2. produced by a supplementary ceremony, m. a son L
  3. hair of the head L
  4. the god of Iove L
  5. intoxicating passion L
  6. drunkenness L
  7. a disease L
  8. (ā), f. a daughter
  9. (am), n. blood

aṅgajanus

  1. ○janus m. a son

aṅgajāta

  1. ○jāta mfn. produced from or on the body
  2. ornamental
  3. produced by a supplementary ceremony

aṅgajvara

  1. ○jvará mfn. causing fever AV

aṅgatā

  1. ○tā f. or a state of subordination or dependance, the being of secondary importance, the being unessential

aṅgatva

  1. ○tva n. a state of subordination or dependance, the being of secondary importance, the being unessential

aṅgada

  1. ○da m. N. of a brother of Rāma
  2. of a son of Gada
  3. of an ape, son of Bālin
  4. (ā), f. the female elephant of the south, (am), n. a bracelet worn on the upper arm

aṅgadvipa

  1. ○dvipa m. one of the six minor Dviipas

aṅganyāsa

  1. ○nyāsa m. ceremony of touching certain parts of the body

aṅgapāli

  1. ○pāli f. an embrace L
  2. aṅka-pāli

aṅgaprāyaścitta

  1. ○prāyaścitta n. expiation of bodily impurity, especially that arising from death in a family

aṅgabhū

  1. ○bhū m. son Śiś

aṅgabheda

  1. ○bhedá mfn. causing rheumatism AV

aṅgamarda

  1. ○marda or m. a servant who shampoos his master's body

aṅgamardaka

  1. ○mardaka or m. a servant who shampoos his master's body

aṅgamardin

  1. ○mardin m. a servant who shampoos his master's body
  2. aṅgamarda also rheumatism Car

aṅgamarṣa

  1. ○marṣa m. pain in the limbs, rheumatism,

aṅgamarṣapraśamana

  1. ○marṣa-praśamana n. alleviation of rheumatism

aṅgamejayatva

  1. ○m-ejayatva (aṅgam-ej○), n. the trembling of the body Yogas

aṅgayaṣṭi

  1. ○yaṣṭi f. a slender form, fairy-figure

aṅgayāga

  1. ○yāga m. a subordinate sacrificial act

aṅgarakta

  1. ○rakta m. the plant Guṇḍārocanī

aṅgarakṣaṇī

  1. ○rakṣaṇī or f. 'body protector', a coat of mail L

aṅgarakṣiṇī

  1. ○rakṣiṇī f. 'body protector', a coat of mail L

aṅgarāga

  1. ○rāga m. application of unguents or cosmetics to the body (especially after bathing)
  2. scented cosmetic

aṅgarāj

  1. ○rāj or m. N. of Karṇa, king of Aṅga

aṅgarāja

  1. ○rāja m. N. of Karṇa, king of Aṅga

aṅgarājya

  1. ○rājya n. kingdom of Aṅga

aṅgaruha

  1. ○ruha mfn. 'growing on the body', hair, wool, down, &c

aṅgalipi

  1. ○lipi f. written character of Aṅga

aṅgaloka

  1. ○loka m. the Country Aṅga

aṅgaloḍya

  1. ○loḍya m. a sort of grass
  2. ginger, or its root

aṅgavākpāṇimat

  1. ○vāk-pāṇi-mat mfn. possessing mind (?), speech, and hands

aṅgavikṛti

  1. ○vikṛti f. change of bodily appearance, collapse
  2. fainting apoplexy

aṅgavikṣepa

  1. ○vikṣepa m. gesticulation
  2. movement of the limbs and arms a kind of dance

aṅgavidyā

  1. ○vidyā f. knowledge of lucky or unlucky marks on the body, Chiromantia Mn. vi, 50, &c

aṅgavaikṛta

  1. ○vaikṛta n. a wink, nod, sign

aṅgaśas

  1. ○śás ind. into parts ŚBr

aṅgasaṃskāra

  1. ○saṃskāra m. or embellishment of person bathing, perfuming and adorning the body

aṅgasaṃskriyā

  1. ○saṃskriyā f. embellishment of person bathing, perfuming and adorning the body

aṅgasaṃhati

  1. ○saṃhati f. compactness of limb, symmetry of body

aṅgasaṃhitā

  1. ○saṃhitā f. the Saṃhitā or phonetic relation between consonants and vowels in the body of a word TS. Prāt

aṅgasaṅga

  1. ○saṅga m. 'bodily contact', coition L

aṅgaskandha

  1. ○skandha m. a subdivision of a science

aṅgasparśa

  1. ○sparśa m. bodily contact

aṅgahāra

  1. ○hāra Kathās. or m. gesticulation

aṅgahāri

  1. ○hāri ḻ., m. gesticulation

aṅgahīna

  1. ○hīna mfn. limbless, mutilated
  2. incorporeal
  3. m. Kāmadeva

aṅgāṅgi

  1. aṅgâṅgi ind. jointly or reciprocally, related as one limb to another or to the body

aṅgāṅgitā

  1. aṅgâṅgi-tā f. mutual relation or correlation as between the limbs, or a limb and the body, or between subordinate and the principal, or principal and accessory

aṅgāṅgibhāva

  1. aṅgâṅgibhāva m. correlation between the limbs of a body
  2. the mutual relation or correlation of the different limbs or members of anything, as in a simile or comparison between the principal parts or features of any object and those of the thing compared to it. [Page 8, Column]

aṅgādhipa

  1. aṅgâdhipa m. Karṇa, the king of Aṅga

aṅgānukūla

  1. aṅgânukūla mfn. agreeable to the body Megh

aṅgānulepana

  1. aṅgânulepana n. anointing the body

aṅgāpūrva

  1. aṅgâpūrva n. effect of a secondary sacrificial act L

aṅgeśvara

  1. aṅgêśvara m. the king of Aṅga

aṅgeṣṭhā

  1. aṅge-ṣṭhā́ mfn. situated in a member or in the body AV

aṅgoñcha

  1. aṅgôñcha m. or a towel L

aṅgoñchana

  1. aṅgôñchana n. a towel L

aṅgaka

  1. aṅgaka n. a limb, member, body
  2. (ikā), f. a bodice, a jacket L

aṅgin

  1. aṅgín mfn. having limbs, corporeal, having subordinate parts, principal
  2. having expedients

aṅgīya

  1. aṅgīya mfn. relating to the Aṅga country, (g. gahâdi, q.v.)

aṅgya

  1. áṅgya (3), mfn. belonging to the limbs RV. i, 191, 7

aṅgaṇa

  1. aṅgaṇa n. aṅgana

aṅgati

  1. aṅgati m. (√ag), fire L
  2. a Brāhman who maintains a sacred fire L
  3. Brahmā L
  4. Vishṇu L
  5. cf. aṅkati

aṅgana

  1. aṅgana n. (√aṅg, q.v.), the act of walking L
  2. place to walk in, yard, court, area
  3. (ā), f. 'a woman with well-rounded limbs', any woman or female
  4. (in astron.) Virgo
  5. the female elephant of the north

aṅganāgaṇa

  1. aṅganā-gaṇa m. a number of women

aṅganājana

  1. aṅganā-jana m. a female person

aṅganāpriya

  1. aṅganā-priya m. 'dear to women', N. of the tree Jonesia Asoca

aṅgaṇa

  1. aṅgaṇa n. a yard, court, area

aṅgabha

  1. aṅgabha m. a kind of rice L

aṅgava

  1. aṅgava m. dried fruit L

aṅgas

  1. aṅgas as n. (√aṅj Uṇ.), a bird L

aṅgāra

  1. áṅgāra m. (rarely) n. (√ag or aṅg Uṇ., cf. agni), charcoal, either heated or not heated
  2. m. the planet Mars
  3. N. of a prince of the Maruts Hariv
  4. the plant Hitāvalī
  5. (ās), m. pl., N. of a people and country VP. [Lith. angli-s ; Russ. ūgolj ; also Germ. Kohle ; Old Germ. col and colo ; Eng. coal]

aṅgārakārin

  1. ○kārin and m. charcoal-burner

aṅgārakṛt

  1. ○kṛt ḥpar., m. charcoal-burner

aṅgārakuṣṭhaka

  1. ○kuṣṭhaka m. the plant Hitāvalī

aṅgāradhānī

  1. ○dhānī or f. a portable fire-place

aṅgāradhānikā

  1. ○dhānikā f. a portable fire-place

aṅgāraparipācita

  1. ○paripācita n. roasted food

aṅgāraparṇa

  1. ○parṇa m. N. of Citraratha, chief of the Gandharvas MBh
  2. (ī), f. Clerodendron Siphonanthus

aṅgārapātrī

  1. ○pātrī f. a portable fire-place

aṅgārapuṣpa

  1. ○puṣpa m. the plant Iṅgudi (Vulg. Ingua)

aṅgāramañjarī

  1. ○mañjarī or f. the shrub Cesalpinia Banducella

aṅgāramañjī

  1. ○mañjī f. the shrub Cesalpinia Banducella

aṅgāravallarī

  1. ○vallarī or f. (various plants), Galedupa Arborea

aṅgāravallī

  1. ○vallī f. (various plants), Galedupa Arborea
  2. Ovieda Verticallata
  3. Bhārgī
  4. Guñjā

aṅgāraśakaṭī

  1. ○śakaṭī f. a portable fire-place on wheels

aṅgārasetu

  1. ○setu m. N. of a prince, father of Gāndhāra

aṅgārāvakṣayaṇa

  1. aṅgārâvakṣáyaṇa n. an instrument for extinguishing coals ŚBr. xiv

aṅgāraka

  1. aṅgāraka m. charcoal
  2. heated charcoal
  3. the planet Mars
  4. Tuesday
  5. N. of a prince of Sauviira
  6. of a Rudra
  7. of an Asura Kathās
  8. N. of two plants, Eclipta (or Verbesina) Prostrata, and white or yellow Amaranth
  9. (am), n. a medicated oil in which turmeric and other vegetable substances have been boiled

aṅgārakadina

  1. ○dina m. n. a festival of Mars on the fourteenth of the latter half of Caitra

aṅgārakamaṇi

  1. ○maṇi m. coral (amber)

aṅgārakavāra

  1. ○vāra m. Tuesday

aṅgārakita

  1. aṅgārakita mfn. charred, roasted, burnt, (g. tārakâdi, q.v.)

aṅgāri

  1. aṅgāri f. a portable fire-place L

aṅgārikā

  1. aṅgārikā f. the stalk of the sugar-cane
  2. the bud of the Kiṃśuka or Butea Frondosa

aṅgārita

  1. aṅgārita mfn. charred, roasted, (g. tārakâdi, q.v.)
  2. 'burnt', a kind of food not to be accepted by Jaina ascetics Jain
  3. (ā), f. a portable fire-place L
  4. a bud L
  5. N. of a creeper L
  6. of a river L
  7. (am), n. the early blossom of the Kiṃśuka

aṅgārin

  1. aṅgārin mfn. heated by the sun, though no longer exposed to its rays VarBṛS. [generally f. (iṇī), scil. diś, the region just left by the sun]
  2. N. of a creeper

aṅgārīya

  1. aṅgārīya mfn. fit for making charcoal Pāṇ. 5-1, 12 Sch

aṅgāryā

  1. aṅgāryā f. a heap of charcoal, (g. pāśâdi, q.v.)

aṅgikā

  1. aṅgikā aṅgaka

aṅgir

  1. aṅgir īr m. (√aṅg Uṇ.), N. of a Ṛishi, who received the Brahmavidyā from Atharvan, and imparted it te Satyavāha, the teacher of Aṅgiras MuṇḍUp

aṅgira

  1. áṅgira m. = áṅgiras RV. i, 83, 4 and iv, 51, 4 MBh. Yājñ. (cf. Gk. ? and ?.) [8,] [Page 8, Column]

aṅgiras

  1. áṅgiras, ās m. N. of a Ṛishi, author of the hymns of RV. ix, of a code of laws, and of a treatise on astronomy (he is said by some to have been born from Brahmā's mouth, and to have been the husband of Smṛiti, of Śraddhā, of two daughters of Maitreya, of several daughters of Daksha, &c
  2. he is considered as one of the seven Ṛishis of the first Manvantara, as a Prajāpati, as a teacher of the Brahmavidyā, which he had learnt from Satyavāha, a descendant of Bharadvāja, &c. Among his sons, the chief is Agni, others are Saṃvarta, Utathya, and Bṛihaspati
  3. among his daughters are mentioned Sinivālī, Kuhū, Rākā, Anumati, and Akūpārā
  4. but the Ṛicas or Vedic hymns, the manes of Havishmat, and mankind itself are styled his offspring. In astronomy he is the planet Jupiter, and a star in Ursa Major)
  5. N. of Agni MBh
  6. (asas), m. pl. descendants of Aṅgiras or of Agni (mostly personifications of luminous objects)
  7. the hymns of the Atharva-veda TS
  8. priests who by using the magical formulas of those hymns protect the sacrifice against the effects of inauspicious accidents

aṅgirastama

  1. ○tama (áṅgiras-), mfn. having the luminous quality of the Aṅgirasas in the highest degree, said of Agni and of Ushas RV

aṅgirasvat

  1. ○vat ind. like Aṅgiras RV. VS.? (áṅgiras-vat), mfn. connected with or accompanied by the Aṅgirasas RV. VS

aṅgirasa

  1. aṅgirasa m. an enemy of Vishṇu in his incarnation of Paraśurāma

aṅgirasāmayana

  1. aṅgirasām-ayana n. a Sattra sacrifice

aṅgī

  1. aṅgī 1. aṅga

aṅguri

  1. aṅgúri is, or aṅgurī ḻ., f. (for aṅguli, q.v.), a finger AV
  2. a toe (cf. an-aṅguri, páñcâṅguri, sv-aṅgurí.)

aṅgurīya

  1. aṅgurīya or as, am m. n. a finger-ring

aṅgurīyaka

  1. aṅgurīyaka as, am m. n. a finger-ring

aṅgula

  1. aṅgula m. (√ag or aṅg), a finger
  2. the thumb
  3. a finger's breadth, a measure equal to eight barley-corns, twelve aṅgulas making a vitasti or span, and twenty-four a hasta or cubit
  4. (in astron.) a digit, or twelfth part
  5. N. of the sage Cāṇakya L

aṅgulapramāṇa

  1. ○pramāṇa or n. the measure or length of an aṅgula

aṅgulamāna

  1. ○māna n. the measure or length of an aṅgula
  2. (mfn.), having the length of an aṅgula

aṅgulaka

  1. aṅgulaka ifc. = aṅgula i.e. so many aṅgulas or fingers long

aṅguli

  1. aṅgúli is, (or aṅgulī), f. a finger
  2. a toe
  3. the thumb
  4. the great toe
  5. the finger-like tip of an elephant's trunk
  6. the measure aṅgula

aṅgulitoraṇa

  1. ○toraṇa n. a sectarial mark on the forehead consisting of three fingers or lines shaped like an arch or doorway (toraṇa), drawn with sandal or the ashes of cow-dung

aṅgulitra

  1. ○tra n. a finger-protector, a contrivance like a thimble (used by archers to protect the thumb or finger from being injured by the bowstring) R. &c
  2. -vat mfn. provided with it

aṅgulitrāṇa

  1. ○trāṇa n. = -tra R

aṅgulimukha

  1. ○mukha or n. the tip of the finger Śiś

aṅgulīmukha

  1. aṅgulī-mukha n. the tip of the finger Śiś

aṅgulimudrā

  1. ○mudrā or f. a seal-ring,

aṅgulimudrikā

  1. ○mudrikā f. a seal-ring,

aṅgulimoṭana

  1. ○moṭana n. snapping or cracking the fingers

aṅguliveṣṭaka

  1. ○veṣṭaka m. or a glove (?)

aṅguliveṣṭana

  1. ○veṣṭana n. a glove (?)

aṅguliṣaṅga

  1. ○ṣaṅga m. contact of the fingers
  2. act of fingering
  3. (mfn.), sticking to the fingers

aṅgulisaṃdeśa

  1. ○saṃdeśa m. snapping or cracking the fingers as a sign

aṅgulisphoṭana

  1. ○sphoṭana n. snapping or cracking the fingers

aṅgulīpañcaka

  1. aṅgulī-pañcaka n. the five fingers

aṅgulīparvan

  1. aṅgulī-parvan n. a finger-joint

aṅgulīsambhūta

  1. aṅgulī-sambhūta m. 'produced on the finger', a finger nail

aṅgulyagra

  1. aṅguly-agrá n. the tip of the finger ŚBr

aṅgulyādi

  1. aṅguly-ādi (aṅguli-), a g. of Pāṇ. 5-3, 108

aṅgulīya

  1. aṅgulīya or n. a finger-ring

aṅgulīyaka

  1. aṅgulīyaka n. a finger-ring
  2. also aṅgulīka L

aṅguṣṭha

  1. aṅgúṣṭha m. the thumb
  2. the great toe
  3. a thumb's breadth, usually regarded as equal to an aṅgula

aṅguṣṭhamātra

  1. ○mātra mf(ī)n. or having the length or size of a thumb

aṅguṣṭhamātraka

  1. ○mātraka mf(ikā)n. having the length or size of a thumb

aṅguṣṭhikā

  1. aṅguṣṭhikā f. N. of a shrub

aṅguṣṭhya

  1. aṅguṣṭhya m. belonging to the thumb (the thumb nail)

aṅgūṣa

  1. aṅgūṣa m. (√aṅg or ag), 'moving rapidly', an ichneumon
  2. an arrow

aṅgoṣin

  1. aṅgoṣín mfn. 'resonant (?), praiseworthy (?)', N. of the Soma SV

aṅgya

  1. áṅgya col. 1

aṅgh

  1. aṅgh cl. 1. Ā. aṅghate, ānaṅghe, to go, set out, set about, commence L
  2. to hasten L
  3. to speak hastily, blame L. [Page 8, Column]

aṅgha

  1. aṅgha (not in use, but equivalent to aghá), evil, sin L

aṅghāri

  1. aṅghâri m. 'an enemy to sin or evil', N. of a celestial guard of the Soma VS. blaśing ṭ.

aṅghas

  1. aṅghas n. sin Hariv

aṅghri

  1. áṅghri m. a foot
  2. foot of a seat
  3. the √of a tree [cf. aṃhri]

aṅghrināmaka

  1. ○nāmaka m. or a synonym of aṅghri, means always foot as well as root

aṅghrināman

  1. ○nāman n. a synonym of aṅghri, means always foot as well as root

aṅghripa

  1. ○pa m. (drinking with the foot or root), a tree

aṅghriparṇī

  1. ○parṇī or f. the plant Hedysarum Lagopodioides

aṅghrivalli

  1. ○valli or f. the plant Hedysarum Lagopodioides

aṅghrivallikā

  1. ○vallikā f. the plant Hedysarum Lagopodioides

aṅghripāna

  1. ○pāna mfn. sucking the foot or toes (as an infant) L

aṅghriskandha

  1. ○skandha m. the ancle

ac

  1. ac (connected with √añc, q.v.), cl. 1. P. Ā. ácati, áñcati, ○te, ānañca, ○ce, to go, move, tend
  2. to honour
  3. to make round or curved
  4. to request, ask L
  5. to speak indistinctly L. 2. acita, áciṣṭu

ac

  1. ac a technical term for all the vowels Pāṇ

ajanta

  1. aj-anta mfn. ending in a vowel

acakra

  1. a-cakrá mfn. having no wheels
  2. not wanting wheels, i.e. moving by itself RV

acakṣus

  1. a-cakṣus us n. a bad eye, no eye
  2. (mfn.), blind

acakṣurviṣaya

  1. a-cakṣur-viṣaya mfn. not or no longer within reach of the eyes, invisible

acakṣuṣṭva

  1. acakṣuṣ-ṭva n. blindness

acakṣuṣka

  1. a-cakṣúṣka mfn. destitute of eyes ŚBr. xiv
  2. blind

acaṇḍa

  1. a-caṇḍa mfn. not of a hot temper, gentle, tractable
  2. (ī), f. a tractable cow

acatura

  1. a-catura mfn. destitute of four, having less than four
  2. not cunning, not dexterous

acandra

  1. a-candra mfn. moonless

acapala

  1. a-capala mfn. not oscillating, not wavering, not fickle
  2. unmovable, steady

acāpalya

  1. a-cāpalya n. freedom from unsteadiness

acara

  1. a-cara or á-carat ṛV., mfn. immovable

acarama

  1. á-carama mfn. not last, not least
  2. said of the Maruts RV. v, 58, 5

acarmaka

  1. a-carmáka mfn. having no skin TS

acala

  1. a-cala mf(ā)n. not moving, immovable
  2. m. a mountain, rock
  3. a bolt or pin
  4. the number seven
  5. N. of Śiva and of the first of the nine deified persons, called 'white Balas' among the Jainas
  6. of a Devarshi VP
  7. (ā), f. the earth
  8. one of the ten degrees which are to be ascended by a Bodhisattva before becoming a Buddha

acalakīlā

  1. ○kīlā f. the earth

acalatviṣ

  1. ○tviṣ m. the Kokila or Indian cuckoo

acaladhṛti

  1. ○dhṛti f. a metre of four lines, of sixteen short syllables each, also called Gītyāryā

acalapura

  1. ○pura n. N. of a town Jain

acalabhrātṛ

  1. ○bhrātṛ m. N. of a Brāhman from Oude, who became one of the eleven heads of Gaṇas among the Jainas

acalamati

  1. ○mati m. N. of a Māraputra

acalaśreṣṭha

  1. ○śreṣṭha m. chief of mountains

acalādhipa

  1. acalâdhipa m. 'king of mountains', the Himālaya

acalāsaptamī

  1. acalā-saptamī f. N. of a book in the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa

acāru

  1. a-cāru mfn. not pretty Pāṇ

acit

  1. a-cít mfn. without understanding RV
  2. irreligious, bad RV
  3. (the NBD. suggests to take a-cít as a f. 'not-knowledge' Sāy. sometimes explains by √ci, 'neglecting the Agnicayana, irreligious)
  4. a-cit f. not-spirit, matter Sarvad

acikitvas

  1. á-cikitvas ān, uṣī, at, not knowing, ignorant of. RV. i, 164, 6

acitta

  1. a-cítta mfn. unnoticed, unexpected
  2. not an object of thought
  3. inconceivable RV
  4. destitute of intellect or sense

acittapājas

  1. ○pājas and m. N. of two Ṛishis MaitrS. Kāṭh

acittamanas

  1. ○manas (ácitta-), m. N. of two Ṛishis MaitrS. Kāṭh

acitti

  1. á-citti f. want of sense, infatuation RV. AV
  2. (figuratively said of) an infatuated man RV. iv, 2, 11 VS

acita

  1. á-cita mfn. not heaped up

acita

  1. acita mfn. (√ac), gone L

aciṣṭu

  1. áciṣṭu mfn. moving VS

acitra

  1. a-citrá mfn. not variegated, undistinguishable
  2. (ám), n. undistinguishableness, darkness RV. iv, 51, 3 and vi, 49, 11

acintā

  1. a-cintā f. thoughtlessness. [Page 9, Column]

acintita

  1. a-cintita mfn. not thought of, unexpected, disregarded

acintya

  1. á-cintya mfn. inconceivable, surpassing thought MaitrS. &c
  2. m. N. of Śiva

acintyakarman

  1. ○karman mfn. performing inconceivable actions

acintyarūpa

  1. ○rūpa mfn. having an inconceivable form

acira

  1. a-cira mfn. not of long duration, brief
  2. instantaneous, recent
  3. (am, āt, eṇa), ind. not long, not for long
  4. not long ago
  5. soon, speedily
  6. (ā), f. the mother of the Jaina saint Śānti

aciradyuti

  1. ○dyuti or f. lightning

aciraprabhā

  1. ○prabhā f. lightning

aciraprasūtā

  1. ○prasūtā f. 'having recently brought forth', a cow that has recently calved

acirabhās

  1. ○bhās f. lightning Śāk

aciramṛta

  1. ○mṛta mfn. recently deceased

acirarocis

  1. ○rocis f. or lightning

acirāṃśu

  1. acirâṃśu m. or lightning

acirābhā

  1. acirâbhā f. lightning

aciṣṭu

  1. áciṣṭu 2. acita

acetana

  1. a-cetana mfn. without consciousness, inanimate
  2. unconscious, insensible, senseless, fainting, &c

acetas

  1. a-cetás mfn. imprudent RV
  2. unconscious, insensible

acetāna

  1. á-cetāna mfn. thoughtless, infatuated RV. vii, 4, 7

acaitanya

  1. a-caitanya n. unconsciousness
  2. insensibility, senselessness, want of spirituality, that which is destitute of consciousness, matter

aceṣṭa

  1. a-ceṣṭa mfn. effortless, motionless

aceṣṭatā

  1. ○tā f. loss of motion from fainting &c

acodat

  1. a-codát mfn. (√cud), not driving or impelling RV. v, 44, 2

acodas

  1. a-codás mfn. free from compulsion or external stimulus, spontaneous RV. ix, 79, 1

accha

  1. a-ccha mfn. (fr. a + cha for chad or chaya, √chad), 'not shaded', 'not dark, pellucid, transparent, clear
  2. m. a crystal L

acchoda

  1. acchôda mfn. having clear water
  2. (ā), f. N. of a river, (am), n. N. of a lake in the Himālaya formed by the river Acchodā

acchāya

  1. a-cchāyá mfn. without shadow, casting no shadow RV. x, 27, 14 ŚBr. xiv

accha

  1. accha m. (corruption of ṛkṣa), a bear

acchabhalla

  1. ○bhalla m. a bear Bālar. (cf. bhalla)

accha

  1. áccha (so at the end of a pāda), or usually ácchā ind., Ved. to, towards (governing acc. and rarely the locative). It is a kind of separable preposition or prefix to verbs and verbal derivatives, as in the following

acchāi

  1. ácchā-√i or to attain, go towards RV. &c

acchāgam

  1. ácchā-√gam or to attain, go towards RV. &c

acchācar

  1. ácchā-√car to attain, go towards RV. &c

acchādru

  1. ácchā-√dru to run near RV. iii, 14, 3

acchādhanv

  1. ácchā-√dhanv to run towards RV. iii, 53, 4

acchānakṣ

  1. ácchā-√nakṣ to go towards, approach RV. vi, 22, 5

acchānaś

  1. ácchā-√naś to come near RV

acchānī

  1. ácchā-√nī to lead towards or to RV

acchānu

  1. ácchā-√nu to call out to, to cheer RV

acchāpat

  1. ácchā-√pat "ṣBr. and Caus. P. -patayati [RV. v, 45,], to fly towards

acchābrū

  1. acchā-√brū to invite to come near PBr

acchāyā

  1. ácchā-√yā or to approach RV. TS

acchayā

  1. áccha-√yā to approach RV. TS

acchāvac

  1. ácchā-√vac to invite RV

acchāvāka

  1. acchā-vāká m. 'the inviter', title of a particular priest or Ṛitvij, one of the sixteen required to perform the great sacrifices with the Soma juice

acchāvākīya

  1. acchāvākīya mfn. referring to the acchāvāa
  2. containing the word acchāvāka Pāṇ. 5-2, 59 Sch
  3. (am), n. the state or work of the acchāvāka Pāṇ. 5-1, 135 Sch

acchāvañc

  1. ácchā-√vañc Pass. -vacyáte, to extend itself towards, to go towards RV. i, 142, 4

acchāvad

  1. ácchā-√vad to salute RV. &c

acchāvṛt

  1. ácchā-√vṛt (Opt. Ā. 1. sg. -vavṛtīya), to cause to come near RV. i, 186, 10

acchāsṛ

  1. ácchā-√sṛ to flow near RV. ix, 92, 2

acchāsyand

  1. ácchā-√syand Caus. to flow near (aor. -ásiṣyadat) RV. ix, 81, 2: Intens. to cause to flow near (part. nom. sg. m. -sániṣyadat) RV. ix, 110, 4

accheta

  1. ácchêta mfn. approached, attained VS

acchetya

  1. acchêtya mfn. to be approached ĀpŚr

acchokti

  1. ácchôkti f. invitation RV

acchidra

  1. á-cchidra mfn. free from clefts or flaws, unbroken, uninterrupted, uninjured
  2. (am), n. unbroken or uninjured condition, an action free from defect or flaw
  3. (eṇa), ind. uninterruptedly, without break from first to last. [Page 9, Column]

acchidrakāṇḍa

  1. ○kāṇḍa n. N. of a chapter of the Taittirīya-Brāhmaṇa

acchidroti

  1. acchidrôti mfn. affording perfect protection RV. i, 145, 3

acchidrodhnī

  1. ácchidrôdhnī f. (a cow) having a faultless udder RV. x, 133, 7

acchidyamāna

  1. á-cchidyamāna mfn. uncut, uncurtailed AV
  2. not fragile (a needle) RV. ii, 32, 4

acchinna

  1. á-cchinna mfn. uncut, uncurtailed, uninjured
  2. undivided, inseparable

acchinnapattra

  1. ○pattra (ácchinna-), mf(ā)n. (said of goddesses, of a bird, of an altar shaped like a bird), having the wings uncurtailed, uninjured RV. i, 22, 11 VS
  2. having uninjured leaves VS

acchinnaparṇa

  1. ○parṇá mfn. having uninjured leaves AV

acchedika

  1. a-cchedika mfn. not fit or needing to be cut Pāṇ. 6-2, 155 Sch

acchedya

  1. a-cchedya mfn. improper or impossible to be cut, indivisible

acchuptā

  1. a-cchuptā f. N. of one of the sixteen Vidyādeviis of the Jainas

acchūrikā

  1. acchūrikā or acchūrī f. discus, wheel BhP

acyuta

  1. á-cyuta or a-cyutá mfn. not fallen
  2. firm, solid
  3. imperishable, permanent
  4. not leaking or dripping
  5. m. N. of vishṇu
  6. of Kṛishṇa
  7. of a physician, the plant Morinda Tinctoria
  8. N. of a gift to Agni ŚBr

acyutakṣit

  1. ○kṣít m. 'having solid ground', N. of Soma VS

acyutacyut

  1. ○cyút mfn. shaking firm objects (said of the thunderer Indra) RV
  2. (said of a drum) AV

acyutaja

  1. ○ja m. pl. a class of Jaina deities

acyutajallakin

  1. ○jallakin m. N. of a commentator of the Amara-Kosha

acyutadanta

  1. ○danta or m. N. of the ancestor of a warrior tribe called Ācyutadanti or Ācyutanti (though possibly these refer to two distinct tribes)

acyutanta

  1. acyutanta m. N. of the ancestor of a warrior tribe called Ācyutadanti or Ācyutanti (though possibly these refer to two distinct tribes)

acyutapājas

  1. ○pājas and m. N. of two Maharshis TĀr

acyutamanas

  1. ○manas (ácyuta-), m. N. of two Maharshis TĀr

acyutamūrti

  1. ○mūrti m. N. of Vishṇu

acyutaruṣ

  1. ○ruṣ f. inveterate hatred

acyutavāsa

  1. ○vāsa m. the sacred fig-tree, Ficus Religiosa
  2. acyutâvasa id. T

acyutasthala

  1. ○sthala n. N. of a place in the Pañjāb MBh

acyutāgraja

  1. acyutâgraja m. (Vishṇu's elder brother), Balarāma
  2. Indra

acyutopadhyāya

  1. ácyutôpadhyāya m. = acyuta-jallakin, q.v

aj

  1. aj cl. 1. P. (defect., supplemented fr. √vi), ájati, ājīt, ajitum, to drive, propel, throw, cast: Desid. ajijiṣati, to be desirous of driving [Gk. ? ; Lat. ago]. [Page 9, Column]

aja

  1. ajá m. a drove, troop (of Maruts) AV
  2. a driver, mover, instigator, leader
  3. N. of Indra, of Rudra, of one of the Maruts [ajá éka-pā́ RV., and ajá éka-pāda AV.], of Agni, of the sun, of Brahmā, of Vishṇu, of Śiva, of Kāma (cf. 2. a-ja)
  4. the leader of a flock
  5. a he-goat, ram [Gk. [9,] ?,?
  6. Lith. ?]
  7. the sign Aries
  8. the vehicle of Agni
  9. beam of the sun (Pūshan)
  10. N. of a descendant of Visvāmitra, and of Daśaratha's or Dīrghabāhu's father
  11. N. of a mineral substance
  12. of a kind of rice
  13. of the moon
  14. (ā́s), m. pl., N. of a people RV. vii, 18, 19
  15. of a class of Ṛishis MBh
  16. (ā), f. N. of Prakṛiti, of Māyā or Illusion, a-jā (s.v. 2. a-jā)
  17. a she-goat
  18. N. of a plant whose bulbs resemble the udder of a goat Suśr

ajakarṇa

  1. ○karṇa m. a goat's ear
  2. the tree Terminalia Alata Tomentosa

ajakarṇaka

  1. ○karṇaka m. the Śāl-tree, Ṣorea Robusta

ajakūlā

  1. ○kūlā f. N. of a town of the Bodhis

ajakṣīra

  1. ○kṣīrá n. goat's milk MaitrS
  2. Pāṇ. 6-3, 63 Sch

ajagandhā

  1. ○gandhā or f. 'smelling like a he-goat', shrubby basil, Ocymum Gratissimum

ajagandhikā

  1. ○gandhikā f. 'smelling like a he-goat', shrubby basil, Ocymum Gratissimum

ajagandhinī

  1. ○gandhinī f. a plant, = aja-śṛngī́, q.v

ajagara

  1. ○gará m. ('goat-swallower'), a huge serpent, boa constrictor AV. &c
  2. N. of an Asura
  3. (ī), f. N. of a plant

ajagallikā

  1. ○gallikā f. 'goat's cheek', an infantile disease

ajajīvana

  1. ○jīvana or m. 'who lives by goats', a goat-herd

ajajīvika

  1. ○jīvika m. 'who lives by goats', a goat-herd

ajatā

  1. ○tā f. a multitude of goats
  2. the being a goat

ajatva

  1. ○tvá [TS
  2. Pāṇ. 6-3, 64 Sch.] or

ajātva

  1. ajā-tva n. the being a goat

ajadaṇḍī

  1. ○daṇḍī f. a plant, = brahmadaṇḍi

ajadevatā

  1. ○devatā ās f. pl. the 25th lunar mansion

ajanāmaka

  1. ○nāmaka m. 'named Aja or Vishṇu', a mineral substance

ajapa

  1. ○pa m. a goat-herd

ajapatha

  1. ○patha m. 'goat's road', probably = aja-viithī, q.v

ajapada

  1. ○pada or mfn. goat-footed

ajapāda

  1. ○pāda mfn. goat-footed

ajapād

  1. ○pād m. N. of the divinity called aja kapād

ajapārśva

  1. ○pārśva m. 'having black sides like a goat', N. of Śvetakarṇa's son Rājīvalocana

ajapāla

  1. ○pālá m. a goat-herd VS
  2. N. of Daśaratha's father

ajababhru

  1. ○babhru (ája-), n. said to be the father or origin of a medical plant AV. v, 5, 8

ajabhakṣa

  1. ○bhakṣa m. 'goat's food', the plant Varvūra

ajamāyu

  1. ○māyu (ajá-), m. bleating like a goat (a frog) RV. vii, 103, 6 and 10

ajamāra

  1. ○māra m. N. of a tribe or prince, (g. kurv-ādi, q.v.) [Page 9, Column]

ajamīḍha

  1. ○mīḍha or m. N. of a son of Suhotra (author of some Vedic hymns RV. iv, 43 and 44)

ajamīḻha

  1. ○mīḻha m. N. of a son of Suhotra (author of some Vedic hymns RV. iv, 43 and 44)
  2. of a grandson of Suhotra
  3. of Yudhishṭhira

ajamukha

  1. ○mukha mfn. goat faced
  2. (ī), f. N. of a Rākshasī

ajameru

  1. ○meru N. of a place, Ajmīr (?)

ajamoda

  1. ○moda m. or 'goat's delight', N. of various plants, common Carroway, the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen), a species of Parsley, Apium Involucratum

ajamodā

  1. ○modā or f. 'goat's delight', N. of various plants, common Carroway, the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen), a species of Parsley, Apium Involucratum

ajamodikā

  1. ○modikā f. 'goat's delight', N. of various plants, common Carroway, the species called Ajwaen (Ligusticum Ajwaen), a species of Parsley, Apium Involucratum

ajarṣabha

  1. ○rṣabhá (ṛṣ), m. a he-goat ŚBr

ajalambana

  1. ○lambana n. antimony

ajaloman

  1. ○loman m. or Cowage, Carpopogon Pruriens

ajalomī

  1. ○lomī f. Cowage, Carpopogon Pruriens
  2. (á), n. goat's hair ŚBr. &c

ajavasti

  1. ○vasti m. N. of a tribe, (g. gṛṣṭy-ādi and śubhrâdi, q.v.)
  2. (ayas), m. pl. the members of that tribe, (g. yaskâdi, q.v.)

ajavāha

  1. ○vāha m. N. of a district

ajavīthī

  1. ○vīthī f. 'goat's road', N. of one of the three divisions of the southern path, or one of the three paths in which the sun, moon, and planets move, comprehending the asterisms mūla, pūrvâṣāḍha, and uttarâṣāḍha

ajaśṛṅgī

  1. ○śṛṅgī́ f. 'goat's horn', the shrub Odina Wodier, used as a charm and as a remedy for sore eyes AV. (its fruit resembles a goat's horn)

ajastunda

  1. ○stunda n. N. of a town Pāṇ. 6-1, 155

ajahā

  1. ○hā f. = a-jaḍā, q.v
  2. the Plant Ālkuśī T

ajākṛpāṇīya

  1. ajā-kṛpāṇīya mfn. like the goat and shears in the fable Pāṇ. 5-3, 106 Sch

ajākṣīra

  1. ajā-kṣīrá n. goat's milk ŚBr. &c
  2. cf. aja-kṣirá

ajāgala

  1. ajā-gala m. goat's neck

ajāgalastana

  1. ajāgala-stana m. nipple or fleshy protuberance on the neck of goats, an emblem of any useless or worthless object or person

ajājīva

  1. ajājīva m. 'who lives by goats, a goat-herd

ajā taulvali

  1. ajā taulvali m. N. of a Muni who lived on the milk of goats (an example of compounds in which the middle term is left out, g. śākapārthivâdi, q.v.)

ajāda

  1. ajâda m. 'goat-eater', the ancestor of a warrior tribe Pāṇ. 4-1, 171

ajādanī

  1. ajâdanī f. a species of prickly night-shade

ajādi

  1. ajâdi a g. of Pāṇ. 4-I, 4

ajāntrī

  1. ajântrī f. the pot-herb Convolvulus Argenteus

ajāpayas

  1. ajā-payas n. goat's milk

ajāpālaka

  1. ajāpālaka mfn. tending goats, m. a goat-herd. L

ajāvi

  1. ajâví m. pl. (ajâváyas ŚBr.) or sg. goats and sheep, small cattle

ajāvika

  1. ajâviká n. sg. goats and sheep, small cattle

ajāśva

  1. ajâśva n. goats and horses Yājñ
  2. m. Pūshan or the Sun (having goats for horses) RV

ajaikapād

  1. ajâikapād m. N. of Vishṇu
  2. of one of the eleven Rudras
  3. 1. ajá

ajaiḍaka

  1. ajâiḍaka n. goats and rams, (g. gavâśvâdi, q.v.)

ajaka

  1. ajaka m. N. of a descendant of Purūravas
  2. of a king of Magadha
  3. (akā or ikā), f. a young she-goat
  4. a disease of the pupil of the eye (small reddish tumours compared to kids, protruding through the transparent cornea and discharging pus)

ajakājāta

  1. ajakā-jāta n. the above disease

ajana

  1. ajana

ajani

  1. ájani

ajma

  1. ájma &c. s.v

aja

  1. a-já mfn. not born, existing from all eternity
  2. (ás), m. N. of the, first uncreated being RV. AV
  3. Brahmā, Vishṇu, Śiva, Kāma
  4. (ā), f. N. of Prakṛiti, Māyā or Illusion ( also 1. ajá and 1. ajana)

ajakava

  1. ajakava m. Śiva's bow L

ajakāva

  1. ajakāvá mfn. N. of a sacrificial vessel dedicated to Mitra and Varuṇa and (according to the Comm.) having an ornament similar to the fleshy protuberance called ajā-gala-stana, q.v. ŚBr
  2. (ás or ám), m. or n. a species of venomous vermin, centipede or scorpion RV. vii, 50, 1
  3. (as, am), m. n. Śiva's bow L

ajagava

  1. ajagava m. Śiva's bow L
  2. the southern portion of the path of the sun, moon, and planets
  3. m. N. of a snake priest PBr

ajagāva

  1. ajagāva m. N. of a snake demon TāṇḍyaBr
  2. cf. ājagāva
  3. (am), n. Śiva's bow L
  4. N. of the sacrificial vessel also called ajakāvá (q.v.) ĀpŚr

ajaghanya

  1. a-jaghanya mfn. not last
  2. not least

ajaghnivas

  1. á-jaghnivas mf(á-jaghnuṣī)n. (√han), not having killed RV. viii, 56, 15

ajaṭā

  1. a-jaṭā f. Flacourtia Cataphracta, = ajaḍā and ajjhaṭā

ajaḍa

  1. a-jaḍa mfn. not inanimate, not torpid, not stupid
  2. (ā), f. the plants Ajaṭā and Kapikacchu (Carpopogon Pruriens)

ajaḍadhī

  1. ○dhī mfn. of a vigorous mind, energetic

ajathyā

  1. ajathyā f. yellow jasmin

ajana

  1. ajana m. (√aj), 'the instigator', Brahmā
  2. (am), n. act of instigating or moving, [Page 10, Column]

ajanayonija

  1. ○yoni-ja m. 'born from Ajana', N. of Daksha

ajani

  1. ajani f. a path, road Nir

ajana

  1. a-janá mfn. destitute of men
  2. desert
  3. m. an insignificant person

ajanani

  1. a-janani f. (generally used in cursing), nonbirth, cessation of existence
  2. ajananir astu tasya, 'may he cease to exist!' Pañcat
  3. Pāṇ. 3-3, 112

ajanya

  1. a-janya mfn. improper to be produced or born
  2. unfit for mankind
  3. (am), n. any portent unfavourable to mankind, as an earthquake

ajanta

  1. aj-anta mfn. 2. ac

ajapa

  1. a-japa m. (√jap), one who does not repeat prayers
  2. a reciter of heterodox works L
  3. (ā), f. the mantra or formula called haṃsa (which consists only of a number of inhalations and exhalations)

ajapa

  1. aja-pa m. 1. ajá

ajambha

  1. a-jambha m. 'toothless', a frog

ajaya

  1. a-jaya m. non-victory, defeat
  2. (mfn.), unconquered, unsurpassed, invincible
  3. m. N. of Vishnu
  4. of a lexicographer
  5. of a river
  6. (ā), f. hemp
  7. N. of a friend of Durgā
  8. Māyā or Illusion

ajayya

  1. a-jayya mfn. invincible, improper to be won at play

ajara

  1. a-jára mfn. (√jṝ), not subject to old age, undecaying, ever young
  2. (ā), f. the plants Aloe Perfoliata and Jirṇapañjhi
  3. the river Sarasvati

ajarāmara

  1. ajarâmara mfn. undecaying and immortal MBh

ajaraka

  1. a-jaraka as, am m. n. indigestion

ajarat

  1. a-járat mfn. not decaying VS

ajarayu

  1. a-jarayú mfn. not subject to old age RV. i, 116, 20

ajaras

  1. a-jaras another form for a-jara, used only in some cases L

ajarya

  1. a-jaryá mfn. not subject to old age or decay ŚBr., not friable, not digestible, (am), n. friendship

ajavas

  1. a-javás mfn. not quick, inactive RV. ii, 15, 6

ajasra

  1. á-jasra mfn. (√jas), not to be obstructed, perpetual RV. &c
  2. (am [gaṇa svar-ādi, &c.] or eṇa [RV. vi, 16, 4]), ind. perpetually, for ever, ever

ajahat

  1. a-jahat mfn. (pr. p. √3 -hā), not dropping or losing (in comp.)

ajahatsvārthā

  1. ○svārthā f. a rhetorical figure (using a word which involves the meaning of another word previously used, as 'white ones' for 'white horses', 'lances' for 'men with lances')

ajahalliṅga

  1. ajahal-liṅga m. (in Gr.) a noun which does not drop its original gender, when used as an adjective

ajā

  1. ajā f. a she-goat. 1. ajá

ajāgara

  1. a-jāgara mfn. not awake, not wakeful L
  2. m. the plant Eclipta or Verbesina Prostrata

ajāji

  1. ajāji is, or ajājī f. Cuminum Cyminum
  2. Ficus Oppositifolia
  3. Nigella Indica

ajāta

  1. á-jāta mfn. unborn, not yet born, not yet developed

ajātakakud

  1. ○kakud m. a young bull whose hump is yet undeveloped Pāṇ. 5-4, 146 Sch

ajātapakska

  1. ○pakska mfn. having undeveloped wings

ajātaloman

  1. ○loman mf(mnī)n. or whose signs of puberty are not yet developed

ajātavyañjana

  1. ○vyañjana mfn. whose signs of puberty are not yet developed

ajātavyavahāra

  1. ○vyavahāra m. having no experience of business, a minor, a youth under fifteen

ajātaśatru

  1. ○śatru (ájāta-), mfn. having no enemy
  2. having no adversary or equal (Indra) RV
  3. (us), m. N. of Śiva, of Yudhishṭhira, of a king of Kāśī, of a son of Śamika, of a son of Vidmisāra or Bimbisāra (contemporary of Sākyamuni),

ajātānuśaya

  1. ajātânuśaya mfn. having no regret

ajātāri

  1. ajātâri m. having no enemy, Yudhishṭhira Śiś

ajānat

  1. a-jānat mfn. (pr. p. √jñā), not knowing, unaware

ajāni

  1. a-jā́ni is āV., or a-jānika ḻ., m. having no wife

ajāmi

  1. á-jāmi mfn. not of kin, not related RV
  2. (in Gr.) not corresponding Nir
  3. (i), n. '(co-habitation) not allowed between relations', incest RV

ajāmitā

  1. ○tā (ájāmi.) "ṣBr., f. or -tva ṭBr., n. not uniformity, variation, [Page 10, Column]

ajāyamāna

  1. á-jāyamāna mfn. (√jan), not being born, not subject to birth VS

ajikā

  1. ajikā f. ajaka

ajita

  1. a-jita mfn. not conquered, unsubdued, unsurpassed, invincible, irresistible
  2. m. a particular antidote
  3. a kind of venomous rat
  4. N. of Vishṇu
  5. Śiva
  6. one of the Saptarshis of the fourteenth Manvantara
  7. Maitreya or a future Buddha
  8. the second of the Arhats or saints of the present (Jaina) Avasarpiṇi, a descendant of Ikshvāku
  9. the attendant of Suvidhi (who is the ninth of those Arhats)
  10. (ās), m. pl. a class of deified beings in the first Manvantara

ajitakeśakambala

  1. ○keśa-kambala m. N. of one of the six chief heretical teachers (mentioned in Buddhist texts as contemporaries of Buddha)

ajitabalā

  1. ○balā f. N. of a Jaina deity who acts under the direction of the Arhat Ajita

ajitavikrama

  1. ○vikrama m. 'having invincible power', N. of king Candragupta the second

ajitātman

  1. ajitâtman mfn. having an unsubdued self or spirit

ajitāpīḍa

  1. ajitâpīḍa m. having an unsurpassed crown
  2. N. of a king Rājat

ajitendriya

  1. ajitêndriya mfn. having unsubdued passions

ajina

  1. ajína n. (probably at first the skin of a goat, aja)
  2. the hairy skin of an antelope, especially a black antelope (which serves the religious student for a couch seat, covering &c.)
  3. the hairy skin of a tiger, &c., m. N. of a descendant of Pṛithu VP

ajinapattrā

  1. ○pattrā or f. a bat

ajinapattri

  1. ○pattri or f. a bat

ajinapattrikā

  1. ○pattrikā f. a bat

ajinaphalā

  1. ○phalā f. N. of a plant, (g. ajâdi q.v.)

ajinayoni

  1. ○yoni m. 'origin of skin', an antelope, deer

ajinavāsin

  1. ○vāsin mfn. clad in a skin ŚBr

ajinasandha

  1. ○sandhá m. one who prepares skins, a furrier VS

ajira

  1. ajirá mfn. (√aj), agile, quick, rapid, (ám), ind. quickly RV. AV. VS
  2. m. N. of a Nāga priest PBr., (ā), f. N. of Durgā, of a river
  3. (am), n. place to run or fight in, area, court R. &c
  4. the body
  5. any object of sense, air, wind, a frog L

ajiravatī

  1. ○vatī f. N. of the river on which the town Śrāvasti was situated Pāṇ. 6-3, 119 and vi, 1, 220 Sch

ajiraśocis

  1. ○śocis (ajirá.), m. having a quick light, glittering, N. of Agni, of Soma RV

ajirādi

  1. ajirâdi a g. of Pāṇ. 6-3, 119

ajirādhirāja

  1. ajirâdhirājá m. 'an agile emperor', death AV

ajirāya

  1. ajirāya Nom. Ā. ajirāyate, to be agile or quick RV. viii, 14, 10

ajirīya

  1. ajirīya mfn. connected with a court &c., (g. utkarâdi, q.v.)

ajihma

  1. a-jihma mfn. not crooked, straight
  2. honest, upright Mn. &c
  3. m. a frog (perhaps for a-jihva) L
  4. a fish L

ajihmaga

  1. ○ga mfn. going straight
  2. m. an arrow

ajihmāgra

  1. ajihmâgra mfn. having a straight point

ajihva

  1. a-jihva mfn. tongueless
  2. m. a frog L

ajīkava

  1. ajīkava n. Śiva's bow L. ajakava

ajīgarta

  1. a-jīgarta m. 'that has nothing to swallow', N. of a Ṛishi, Śuna?śepha's father

ajīta

  1. á-jīta mfn. (√jyā, usually jina), not faded, not faint AV. TS., &c

ajītapunarvaṇya

  1. ○punarvaṇya n. 'asking the restitution of an object which has in fact not been lost', N. of a twofold rite to be performed by Kshatriyas AitBr

ajīti

  1. a-jīti f. the state of being uninjured RV. TS. &c
  2. cf. á-jyāni

ajīrṇay

  1. a-jīrṇay mfn. (√jṝ), not decomposed
  2. unimpaired
  3. undigested
  4. (am), n. indigestion

ajīrṇi

  1. a-jīrṇi f. indigestion L

ajīrṇin

  1. a-jīrṇin mfn. suffering from indigestion

ajīrti

  1. a-jīrti f. indigestibleness

ajīva

  1. a-jīva mfn. lifeless

ajīvat

  1. a-jīvat mfn. not living, destitute of a livelihood Mn

ajīvana

  1. á-jīvana mfn. destitute of a livelihood AV

ajīvani

  1. a-jīvani f. non-existence, death
  2. ajīvanís tasya bhūyāt, 'may death befall him!' Pāṇ. 3-3, 112 Sch

ajīvita

  1. a-jīvita n. non-existence, death

ajugupsita

  1. a-jugupsita mfn. not disliked

ajur

  1. a-júr mfn. (√jur), not subject to old age or decay RV. viii, 1, 2

ajurya

  1. a-juryá (3
  2. once 4 RV. vi, 17, 13), id. RV. [Page 10, Column]

ajūryat

  1. á-jūryat mfn. not subject to old age RV. iii, 46, 1 and v, 42, 6

ajuṣṭa

  1. á-juṣṭa mfn. not enjoyed, unsatisfactory RV

ajuṣṭi

  1. á-juṣṭi f. non-enjoyment, feeling of disappointment RV

ajetavya

  1. a-jetavya mfn. invincible

ajeya

  1. a-jeya mfn. invincible
  2. N. of a prince MBh
  3. (am), n. N. of a kind of antidote

ajoṣa

  1. á-joṣa mf(ā)n. not gratified, insatiable RV. i, 9, 4

ajoṣya

  1. á-joṣya (4), mfn. not liked, not welcome RV. i, 38, 5

ajjukā

  1. ajjukā f. (in the drama) a courtezan

ajjhaṭā

  1. ajjhaṭā f. the plant Flacourtia Cataphracta (= ajaṭā and ajaḍā)

ajjhala

  1. ajjhala m. a burning coal

ajña

  1. a-jña mfn. (√jñā), not knowing
  2. ignorant, inexperienced
  3. unconscious
  4. unwise, stupid

ajñatā

  1. ○tā f. or ignorance

ajñatva

  1. ○tva n. ignorance

ajñakā

  1. ajñakā or f. an ignorant woman Pāṇ. 7-3, 47

ajñikā

  1. ajñikā f. an ignorant woman Pāṇ. 7-3, 47

ajñāta

  1. a-jñāta mfn. unknown
  2. unexpected
  3. unaware
  4. (am), ind. without the knowledge of MBh

ajñātakulaśila

  1. ○kulaśila mfn. whose lineage and character are unknown,

ajñātaketa

  1. ○keta (ájñāta-), mfn. having unknown or secret designs RV. v, 3, 11

ajñātabhukta

  1. ○bhukta mfn. eaten unawares Mn

ajñātayakṣma

  1. ○yakṣmá m. an unknown or hidden disease RV. x, 161, 1 AV

ajñātavāsa

  1. ○vāsa mfn. whose dwelling is unknown

ajñātaśīla

  1. ○śīla mfn. whose character is unknown

ajñātaka

  1. ajñātaka mfn. unknown, (g

yāvādi

  1. yāvâdi q.v.)

ajñāti

  1. a-jñāti m. not a kinsman, not related Mn

ajñātvā

  1. a-jñātvā ind. not having known or ascertained

ajñāna

  1. a-jñāna n. non-cognizance
  2. ignorance, (in philosophy) spiritual ignorance (or a power which, consisting of the three Guṇas sattva, rajas, and tamas, and preventing the soul from realizing its identity with Brahma, causes self to appear a distinct personality, and matter to appear a reality)
  3. Prakṛiti, Māyā, Illusion
  4. (mfn.), ignorant, unwise
  5. (āt), ind. unawares, ignorantly

ajñānakṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. done inadvertently

ajñānatas

  1. ○tas ind. unawares, inadvertently

ajñānatā

  1. ○tā f. or ignorance

ajñānatva

  1. ○tva n. ignorance

ajñānabandhana

  1. ○bandhana n. the bond of ignorance

ajñānin

  1. a-jñānin mfn. ignorant, unwise

ajñās

  1. á-jñās mfn. having no kindred RV. x, 39, 6

ajñeya

  1. a-jñeya mfn. unknowable, unfit to be known

ajma

  1. ájma m. (√aj), career, march RV. [Gk. ?]. [Page 10, Column]

ajman

  1. ájman a n. career, passage, battle RV. AV. [Lat. agmen]

ajra

  1. ájra m. a field, a plain RV. [Lat. ager
  2. Gk. ?: cf. ajira]. [Page 10, Column]

ajryā

  1. ajryâ (3), mfn. being in or connected with a field or plain RV. x, 69, 6

ajvin

  1. ajvin mfn. (√aj), active, agile, used in a sacrificial formula ĀśvŚr

ajyāni

  1. á-jyāni is, f. the state of being uninjured AV. (cf. á-jīti)
  2. (ajyānayas), nom. pl., N. of certain offerings TBr., ApSr

ajyeyatā

  1. a-jyeyá-tā f. state of anything which is not to be hurt or overpowered ŚBr

ajyeṣṭha

  1. a-jyeṣṭhá mfn. not the oldest or best
  2. (ās), nom. pl. of which none is the eldest (the Maruts) RV. v, 59, 6 and 60, 5
  3. cf. á-kaniṣṭha

ajyeṣṭhavṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti mfn. not behaving as the eldest brother [Mn. ix, 11], or (ajyeṣṭha-vṛtti) behaving like one who has no elder brother

añc

  1. añc (connected with √ac, q.v.), cl. 1. P. Ā. áñcati, ○te, ānañca, ○ce, añci-ṣyati, ○te, añcitum, to bend, curve, incline, curl
  2. to reverence (with inclined body), to honour
  3. to tend, move, go, wander about
  4. to request L.: cl. 10. or Caus. añcayati, to unfold, make clear, produce. Desid. P. Ā. añciciṣati, ○te, to be desirous of bending: Pass. añcyate or acyate, to be bent

añc

  1. añc only ifc., turned to, going or directed towards
  2. akudhryâñc, ávāñc, udañc, devadryáñc, &c

añca

  1. añca 'curling' (of the hairs of the body, thrill of rapture), only at the end of româñca, q.v. [Page 11, Column]

añcati

  1. añcati m. or wind L

añcatī

  1. añcatī f. wind L
  2. fire L

añcana

  1. añcana n. act of bending or curving

añcala

  1. añcala m. (perhaps also am), n. the border or end of a garment, especially of a woman's garment, of a veil, shawl. (in Bengālī, a strip of country, district.)

añcita

  1. añcita mfn. bent, curved, curled, arched, handsome
  2. gone, walked in
  3. reverenced, honoured
  4. distinguished

añcitapattra

  1. ○pattra m. a kind of lotus with curved leaves

añcitapattrākṣa

  1. ○pattrâkṣa mfn. having lotus eyes

añcitabhrū

  1. ○bhrū f. a woman with arched or handsome eyebrows

añcitalāṅgūla

  1. ○lāṅgūla mfn. having a curved tail (as a monkey)

añj

  1. añj cl. 7. P. Ā. anákti, aṅkté, ā nañja, añjiṣyati or aṅkṣyati, āñjīt, añjitum or aṅktum, to apply an ointment or pigment, smear with, anoint
  2. to decorate, prepare
  3. to honour, celebrate
  4. to cause to appear, make clear RV. i, 92, 1
  5. to be beautiful L
  6. to go L.: Caus. añjayat, āñjijat, to smear with
  7. to speak
  8. to shine
  9. to cause to go L. [Lat. ungo]

añjaka

  1. añjaka m. N. of a son of Vipracitti VP

añjana

  1. añjana m. a kind of domestic lizard L
  2. N. of a fabulous, serpent
  3. of a tree Pañcat
  4. of a mountain, of a king of Mithilā, of the elephant of the west or south-west quarter
  5. (ā), f. N. of Hanumat's mother
  6. of Pravarasena's mother
  7. (am), n. act of applying an ointment or pigment, embellishing, &c., black pigment or collyrium applied to the eyelashes or the inner coat of the eyelids
  8. a special kind of this pigment, as lamp-black, Antimony, extract of Ammonium, Xanthorrhiza, &c
  9. paint, especially as a cosmetic
  10. magic ointment
  11. ink L
  12. night L
  13. fire L. (In rhetoric) making clear the meaning of an equivocal expression, double entendre or pun, &c

añjanakeśa

  1. ○keśa mf(ī)n. whose hair (or mane) is as black as pigment
  2. (ī), f. N. of a vegetable perfume

añjananāmikā

  1. ○nāmikā f. a swelling of the eyelid, stye

añjanavat

  1. ○vat ind. like collyrium

añjanāgiri

  1. añjanā-giri m. N. of a mountain

añjanādhikā

  1. añjanâdhikā f. a species of lizard L

añjanāmbhas

  1. añjanâmbhas n. eye-water

añjanāvatī

  1. añjanā-vatī f. the female elephant of the north-east (or the west?) quarter

añjanaka

  1. añjanaka m. portion of a text containing the word añjana, (g. goṣad-ādi, q.v.)
  2. (ī), f. N. of a medicinal plant

añjanikā

  1. añjanikā f. a species of lizard L
  2. a small mouse L
  3. cf. añjalikā

añjanī

  1. añjanī f. a woman (fit for the application of ointments, pigments, sandal, &c.) L
  2. N. of two medicinaI plants

añjala

  1. añjala

anjali

  1. anjali and v. below

añjas

  1. añjas as n. ointment, a mixture RV. i, 132, 2
  2. N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr
  3. (as), ind. quickly, instantly RV. BhP
  4. áñjasā

añjaḥsava

  1. añjaḥ-savá m. rapid preparation (of Soma) ŚBr. AitBr

añjaspā

  1. añjas-pā́ mfn. drinking instantly RV. x, 92, 2 and 94, 13

añjasa

  1. añjasa mfn. straight, straightforward, honest L
  2. (ī́), f. N. of a heavenly river RV. i, 104, 4

añjasā

  1. áñjasā ind. straight on, right, truly, justly
  2. quickly, soon, instantly

añjasayana

  1. añjasayana mf(ī)n. having a straight course, going straight on TS. AitBr

añjasīna

  1. añjasī́na mfn. going straight on, straightforward RV. x, 32, 7

añji

  1. añjí mfn. applying an ointment or pigment RV
  2. ointment, brilliancy RV
  3. unctuous, smooth, sleek (membrum virile) VS
  4. (is), m. a sender, commander Uṇ

añjimat

  1. ○mát mfn. coloured, bright, adorned RV. v, 57, 5

añjisaktha

  1. ○sakthá mfn. having coloured thighs (a victim) VS
  2. Pāṇ. 6-2, 199 Sch

añjyeta

  1. añjy-etá mfn. black and white coloured TS

añjiva

  1. añjivá mfn. slippery, smooth AV

añjiṣṭha

  1. añjiṣṭha as, or aṅjishṇu, m. 'highly brilliant', the sun L

añjala

  1. añjala only ifc. for añjali, q.v

añjali

  1. añjalí m. (√añj), the open hands placed side by side and slightly hollowed (as if by a beggar to receive food
  2. hence when raised to the forehead, a mark of supplication), reverence, salutation, benediction
  3. a libation to the Manes (two hands full of water, udakâñjali) VP. &c
  4. a measure of corn, sufficient to fill both hands when placed side by side, equal to a kuḍava

añjalikarman

  1. ○karman n. making the above respectful salutation

añjalikārikā

  1. ○kārikā f. an earthen figure (with the hands joined for salutation)
  2. the plant Mimosa Natans

añjalipuṭa

  1. ○puṭa m. n. cavity produced in making the añjali salutation. [Page 11, Column]

añjalibandhana

  1. ○bandhana n. salutation with the añjali raised to the forehead

añjalīkṛta

  1. añjalī-kṛta mfn. placed together to form the añjali salutation

añjalika

  1. añjalika as, am m. n. N. of one of Arjuna's arrows MBh
  2. (ā), f. a young mouse L

añjika

  1. añjika m. N. of a son of Yadu. añjaka

añjihiṣā

  1. añjihiṣā f. (fr. Desid. of √1. aṃh), desire of going, [○ṣāṃ cakre (√1. kṛ)] Bhaṭṭ

añjī

  1. añjī f. a blessing (?) T

añjīra

  1. añjīra n. (a Persian word), a species of fig-tree (Ficus Oppositifolia)
  2. a fig. (In Bengāli) a guava

aṭ

  1. aṭ cl. 1. P. Ā. aṭati, ○te, āṭa, aṭiṣyati, āṭīt, aṭitum, to roam, wander about (sometimes with acc
  2. frequently used of religious mendicants): Intens. aṭāṭyate, to roam or wander about zealously or habitually, especially as a religious mendicant: Desid. aṭiṭiṣati, to be desirous of roaming

aṭaka

  1. aṭaka mfn. roaming L

aṭana

  1. aṭana mfn. roaming about VarBṛ
  2. (am), n. act or habit of wandering about

aṭani

  1. aṭani f. or the notched extremity of a bow

aṭanī

  1. aṭanī f. the notched extremity of a bow

aṭamāna

  1. aṭamāna m. N. of a prince BhP

aṭavi

  1. aṭavi is, or usually

aṭavī

  1. aṭavī f. 'place to roam in', a forest

aṭavīśikhara

  1. aṭavī-śikhara m. pl., N. of a people MBh

aṭavika

  1. aṭavika better

āṭavika

  1. āṭavika m. a woodman, forester

aṭā

  1. aṭā f. the act or habit of roaming or wandering about (especially as a religious mendicant)

aṭāṭā

  1. aṭāṭā f. (habit of) roaming or wandering about L

aṭāṭyamāna

  1. aṭāṭyamāna mfn. roaming excessively

aṭāṭyā

  1. aṭāṭyā f. (habit of) roaming L

aṭāya

  1. aṭāya Nom. Ā. aṭāyate, to enter upon a roaming life, to become a religious mendicant L

aṭyā

  1. aṭyā f. roaming about, one of the ten faults resulting from an excessive fondness for pleasure Mn. vii, 47

aṭani

  1. aṭani √aṭ

aṭaruṣa

  1. aṭaruṣa or aṭarūṣa or aṭarūṣaka m. the shrub Justicia Adhatoda

aṭala

  1. a-ṭala mfn. not shaky, firm L

aṭṭ

  1. aṭṭ cl. 1. Ā. aṭṭate, ānaṭṭe, aṭṭitum, to exceed L
  2. to kill L.: cl. 10. P. aṭṭayati, to contemn L
  3. to lessen, diminish L

aṭṭa

  1. aṭṭa ind. high, lofty L
  2. loud L
  3. m. a watch-tower
  4. a market, a market-place (corruption of haṭṭa)
  5. N. of a Yaksha Rājat
  6. over-measure L
  7. (a). f. overbearing conduct(?) Pāṇ. 3-1, 17 Comm
  8. (am), n. boiled rice, food L
  9. (mfn.), dried, dry L

aṭṭapatibhāgākhyagṛhakṛtya

  1. ○pati-bhāgâkhya-gṛha-kṛtya n. business of the house called the market-master's department (an office in Kashmir) Rājat

aṭṭasthalī

  1. ○sthalī f. site of an aṭṭa (?), (g. dhūmâdi, q.v.)

aṭṭahasita

  1. ○hasita n. loud laughter, a horse-laugh

aṭṭahāsa

  1. ○hāsa m. id
  2. a name of Śiva
  3. of a Yaksha Kathās
  4. of a mountain

aṭṭahāsaka

  1. ○hāsaka m. the shrub Jasminum Multiflorum or Hirsutum

aṭṭahāsin

  1. ○hāsin m. N. of Śiva

aṭṭahāsya

  1. ○hāsya n. loud laughter
  2. a horse-laugh

aṭṭāṭṭahāsa

  1. aṭṭâṭṭa-hāsa m. very loud laughter

aṭṭaka

  1. aṭṭaka m. an apartment on the roof
  2. tower

aṭṭaṭṭa

  1. aṭṭaṭṭa ind. very high L
  2. very loud L

aṭṭana

  1. aṭṭana n. a weapon shaped like a discus L

aṭṭāya

  1. aṭṭāya (Nom. fr. aṭṭā), Ā. aṭṭāyate, to be overbearing(?) Pāṇ. 3-1, 17 Comm

aṭṭāla

  1. aṭṭāla as, or aṭṭālaka m. a watchtower
  2. (ikā), f. a palace L
  3. N. of a country Rājat

aṭṭālikākāra

  1. aṭṭālikā-kāra m. a bricklayer (son of a painter and a lascivious Śūdra woman) BrahmaP

aṭṭālikābandham

  1. aṭṭālikā-bandham ind. (in the way that aṭṭālikās are formed) Pāṇ. 3-4, 42 Sch

aṭṭilikā

  1. aṭṭilikā f. N. of a town Rājat

aṭṇāra

  1. aṭṇārá m. a king of Kosala ŚBr

aṭyā

  1. aṭyā f. √aṭ

aṭh

  1. aṭh cl. 1. P. Ā. aṭhati, ○te, to go L

aṭhida

  1. aṭhida ās m. pl., N. of a people MBh. [Page 11, Column]

aṭhillā

  1. aṭhillā f. N. of a Prākṛit metre

aḍ

  1. aḍ cl. 1. P. aḍati, to endeavour L

aḍakavatī

  1. aḍakavatī N. of a fabulous palace on Meru
  2. also of a city

aḍḍ

  1. aḍḍ cl. 1.P. aḍḍati, ānaḍḍa, aḍḍitum, to join L
  2. to infer, argue L
  3. to meditate, discern L
  4. to attack L

aḍḍana

  1. aḍḍana n. a shield L

aṇ

  1. aṇ cl. 1. P. aṇati, āṇa, aṇitum, to sound L.: cl. 4. Ā. aṇyate, to 'breathe, (another form of √an, q.v
  2. in this sense regarded in the Dhātu-pāṭha as a distinct root) L

aṇaka

  1. aṇaka mfn. insignificant, small, contemptible, (g. utkarâdi, q.v.)

aṇakīya

  1. aṇakīya mfn. connected with what is insignificant, &c. ib

aṇavya

  1. aṇavya n. a field of (aṇu) Panicum Miliaceum Pāṇ. 5-2, 4
  2. aṇu

aṇi

  1. aṇi m. or the point of a needle or of a sharp stake L

aṇī

  1. aṇī f. the point of a needle or of a sharp stake L
  2. linch-pin L
  3. the pin or bolt at the end of the pole of a carriage L
  4. the corner or part of a house L
  5. a boundary L

aṇīmāṇḍavya

  1. aṇī-māṇḍavya m. N. of a Brāhman ascetic (said to have been impaled on an aṇi or point of a stake) MBh

aṇiman

  1. aṇimán a m. (fr. aṇu, q.v.), minuteness, fineness, thinness ŚBr. &c
  2. meagreness
  3. atomic nature, the superhuman power of becoming as small as an atom, (áṇiman), n. the smallest particle ŚBr

aṇiṣṭha

  1. aṇiṣṭha mfn. (fr. aṇu, q.v.), most minute

aṇīyas

  1. áṇīyas an, as,, as (fr. aṇu, q.v.), or mfn. more minute than usual

aṇiyaska

  1. aṇiyaská āV., mfn. more minute than usual

aṇu

  1. aṇu mf(vii)n. fine, minute, atomic
  2. (us), m. an atom of matter
  3. 'an atom of time', the 54, 675, 000th part of a muhūrta (of 48 minutes)
  4. Panicum Miliaceum VS. ŚBr. xiv MuṇḍUP
  5. N. of Siva
  6. (áṇvii), f. 'the subtle one', N. of the fingers preparing the Soma juice RV
  7. (u), n. (in prosody) the fourth part of a mātrā
  8. (aṇú), ind. minutely ŚBr

aṇutara

  1. ○tara mfn. very fine or minute, gentle

aṇutaila

  1. ○taila n. N. of a medical oil

aṇutva

  1. ○tva n. or minuteness, atomic nature

aṇutā

  1. ○tā f. minuteness, atomic nature

aṇubhā

  1. ○bhā f. lightning

aṇumadhyabīja

  1. ○madhya-bīja n. N. of a hymn

aṇumātra

  1. ○mātra mfn. having the size of an atom

aṇumātrika

  1. ○mātrika mfn. having the size of an atom
  2. containing the atomic elements (mātrā) of the body Mn. i, 56

aṇureṇu

  1. ○reṇu mf. atomic dust (as seen in sun-beams)

aṇureṇujāla

  1. ○reṇu-jāla n. an aggregate of such atomic dust

aṇurevatī

  1. ○revatī f. the plant Croton Polyandrum

aṇuvādin

  1. ○vādin mfn. one who believes in and teaches atomism

aṇuvedānta

  1. ○vedānta m. title of a book

aṇuvrata

  1. ○vrata āni n. pl., N. of the twelve small duties or vows of the laymen adhering to the Jaina faith

aṇuvrīhi

  1. ○vrīhi m. a fine sort of rice L

aṇuśas

  1. ○śas ind. into or in minute particles

aṇū

  1. aṇū (with √bhū, &c.), s.v

aṇvanta

  1. áṇv-anta m. a hair-splitting question ŚBr

aṇuka

  1. aṇuka mfn. fine, minute, atomic
  2. clever, (g. yāvâdi, q.v.)
  3. (am), n. an atom

aṇū

  1. aṇū (for aṇu in comp. with √bhū and its derivatives)

aṇūbhāva

  1. ○bhāva m. the becoming an atom Nir

aṇūbhū

  1. ○√bhū to become minute or atomic

aṇva

  1. áṇva n. fine interstice or hole in the strainer used for the Soma juice RV

aṇuha

  1. aṇuha m. N. of a son of Vibhrāja MBh

aṇṭh

  1. aṇṭh or aṭh, cl. 1. Ā. aṇṭhate, ānaṇṭhe, aṇṭhitum, to go, move, tend L

aṇṭhita

  1. aṇṭhita mfn. pained (?) Suśr

aṇḍa

  1. aṇḍa n. (also m. L.) [√am. Uṇ.], an egg, a testicle
  2. the scrotum
  3. the musk bag
  4. semen virile L
  5. N. of Śiva (from his being identified with the Brahmāṇḍa or mundane egg)

aṇḍakaṭāha

  1. ○kaṭāha m. the shell of the mundane egg VP

aṇḍakoṭarapuṣpī

  1. ○koṭara-puṣpī f. the plant Convolvulus Argenteus (?)

aṇḍakośa

  1. ○kośa or m. the scrotum

aṇḍakoṣa

  1. ○koṣa or m. the scrotum

aṇḍakoṣaka

  1. ○koṣaka m. the scrotum
  2. the mundane egg

aṇḍaja

  1. ○ja mfn. egg-born
  2. m. a bird L
  3. a fish L
  4. a snake L
  5. a lizard L
  6. (ā), f. musk

aṇḍajeśvara

  1. ○jêśvara m. 'king of birds, Garuḍa

aṇḍadala

  1. ○dala n. egg-shell

aṇḍadhara

  1. ○dhara m. N. of Śiva

aṇḍavardhana

  1. ○vardhana n. or swelling of the scrotum, hydrocele

aṇḍavṛddhi

  1. ○vṛddhi f. swelling of the scrotum, hydrocele

aṇḍasū

  1. ○sū f. oviparous

aṇḍākarṣaṇa

  1. aṇḍâkarṣaṇa n. castration

aṇḍākāra

  1. aṇḍâkāra mfn. egg shaped, oval, elliptical
  2. m. an ellipsis

aṇḍākṛti

  1. aṇḍâkṛti mfn. egg-shaped, oval, elliptical
  2. (is), f. an ellipsis

aṇḍaka

  1. aṇḍaka m. the scrotum
  2. (am), n. an egg. [Page 12, Column]

aṇḍara

  1. aṇḍara mf(ī g. gaurâdi, q.v.)n., N. of a tribe, (g. bhṛśâdi, q.v.)

aṇḍarāya

  1. aṇḍarāya Nom. Ā. aṇḍarāyate, to behave like an Aṇḍara, (g. bhṛśâdi, q.v.)

aṇḍālu

  1. aṇḍālu m. 'full of eggs', a fish L

aṇḍikā

  1. aṇḍikā f. N. of a weight (= 4 yava) Car

aṇḍīra

  1. aṇḍīra m. a full male, a man L
  2. strong L

at

  1. at ind. a prefix said to imply 'surprise', probably a contraction of ati, meaning 'extraordinary', (g. ūry-ādi, q.v.)

adbhuta

  1. ad-bhuta mfn. extraordinary
  2. s.v

at

  1. at cl. 1. P. Ā. átati (Naigh
  2. p. átat or átamāna), to go constantly, walk, run RV
  3. to obtain L

atana

  1. atana m. a passer on Nir
  2. (am), n. act of passing on Nir

atanavat

  1. ○vat m. one who wanders Nir

atasi

  1. atasí átka. s.v

atajjña

  1. a-taj-jña (for a-tad-jña), mfn. not knowing that, i.e. Brahma and the soul's identity

ataṭa

  1. a-taṭa mfn. having no beach or shore, precipitous Śāk
  2. m. a precipice
  3. the third hell
  4. cf. atala

atattvavid

  1. a-tattva-vid mfn. not knowing the truth, i.e. the soul's identity with Brahma

atattvārthavat

  1. a-tattvârtha-vat mfn. not conformable with the nature of truth

atathā

  1. á-tathā mfn. not saying tathā (yes), giving a negative answer RV. i, 82, 1

atathocita

  1. a-tathôcita mfn. not deserving of such (a fate), not used to this (with gen.)

atathya

  1. a-tathya mfn. untrue, unreal, not really so

atad

  1. a-tad not that BhP. (cf. a-sa)

atadarha

  1. ○arha mfn. not deserving that
  2. (am), ind. undeservedly, unjustly

atadguṇa

  1. ○guṇa m. (in rhetoric) the use of predicates not descriptive of the essential nature of the object

atanu

  1. a-tanu mfn. not thin, not small

atanu

  1. a-tanu us, m= an-aṅga, N. of Kāma

atantra

  1. a-tantra mfn. having no cords
  2. having no (musical) strings
  3. unrestrained
  4. (am), n. not the object of a rule or of the rule under consideration

atandra

  1. á-tandra mfn. free from lassitude, alert, unwearied RV. AV

atandrita

  1. a-tandrita or mfn. id. Mn. &c

atandrin

  1. a-tandrin mfn. id. Mn. &c

atapa

  1. a-tapa (√tap), ās m. pl. a class of deities among the Buddhists

atapas

  1. a-tapas or mfn. one who neglects tapas or the practice of ascetic austerities

atapaska

  1. a-tapaska or mfn. one who neglects tapas or the practice of ascetic austerities

atapasya

  1. a-tapasya mfn. one who neglects tapas or the practice of ascetic austerities
  2. an irreligious character

atapta

  1. a-tapta mfn. not heated, cool

ataptatanū

  1. ○tanū (átapta-), mfn. whose body or mass is not prepared in fire, raw RV. ix, 83, 1

ataptatapas

  1. ○tapas m. whose ascetic austerity has not been (fully) endured

atapyamāna

  1. á-tapyamāna mfn. not suffering RV. i, 185, 4

atamas

  1. a-tamás mfn. without darkness ŚBr. xiv

atamāviṣṭa

  1. a-tamâviṣṭa (irregular contraction of a-tama-āviṣṭa), mfn. not enveloped in darkness MaitrUp

atamisra

  1. a-tamisra mfn. not dark, not benighted

atameru

  1. á-tameru mfn. not languid VS

atarka

  1. a-tarka m. an illogical reasoner
  2. bad logic

atarkita

  1. a-tarkita mfn. unconsidered, unthought of
  2. unexpected
  3. (am), ind. unexpectedly

atarkya

  1. a-tarkya mfn. incomprehensible, surpassing thought or reasoning

atarkyasahasraśakti

  1. ○sahasra-śakti m. endowed with a thousand incomprehensible powers

atala

  1. a-tala n. bottomless
  2. N. of a hell beneath the earth
  3. m. N. of Śiva

atalasparśa

  1. ○sparśa or mfn. whose bottom cannot be reached, bottomless

atalaspṛś

  1. ○spṛś mfn. whose bottom cannot be reached, bottomless

atavyas

  1. á-tavyas ān, asī, as, not stronger, not very strong RV. v, 33, 1 and vii, 100, 5

atas

  1. átas ind. (ablative of the pronom. base a, equivalent to asmāt), from this, than this
  2. hence
  3. henceforth, from that time
  4. from this or that cause or reason

ataūrdhvam

  1. ata-ūrdhvam ind. henceforth, afterwards

ataeva

  1. ata-eva ind. for this very reason
  2. therefore

ataḥparam

  1. ataḥ-param ind. henceforth, further on. [Page 12, Column]

atonimittam

  1. ato-nimittam ind. on this ground, for this reason

atonya

  1. ato-'nya mfn. differing from this

atortham

  1. ato-'rtham ind. for this object

atasa

  1. atasa m. (√at), wind, air L
  2. the soul L
  3. a (missile) weapon L
  4. a garment made of the fibre of (atasī) flax L
  5. (ám), n. shrubs RV
  6. (ī), f. common flax, Linum Usitatissimum
  7. Śaṇa, Bengal sun used as hemp, Crotolaria Juncea

atasi

  1. atasí m. (√at), a wandering mendicant RV. viii, 3, 13

atasāyya

  1. atasā́yya (5), mfn. to be got by begging RV. i, 63, 6 and ii, 19, 4

atasthāna

  1. á-tasthāna (√sthā), mfn. not suiting or fitting ŚBr

atāpasa

  1. á-tāpasa mfn. not an ascetic ŚBr

ati

  1. áti ind. [probably neut. of an obsolete adj. atin, passing, going, beyond ; √at, and Old. Germ. anti, unti, inti, unde, indi, &c. ; Eng. and ; Germ. und ; Gk. ?, ?, Lat. ante ; Lith. ant ; [Page 12, Column] Arm. ti ; Zd. aiti]. As a prefix to verbs and their derivatives, expresses beyond, over, and, if not standing by itself, leaves the accent on the verb or its derivative
  2. as, ati-kram (√kram), to overstep, Ved. Inf. ati-kráme, (fit) to be walked on, to be passed RV. i, 105, 16, ati-krámaṇa, n. s.v. When prefixed to nouns, not derived from verbs, it expresses beyond, surpassing, as, ati-kaśa, past the whip, ati-mānuṣa, superhuman, &c., s.v. As a separable adverb or preposition (with acc.), Ved. beyond
  3. (with gen.)over, at the top of RV. AV

ati

  1. ati is often prefixed to nouns and adjectives, and rarely to verbs, in the sense excessive, extraordinary, intense
  2. excessively, too
  3. exceedingly, very
  4. in such compounds the accent is generally on áti

atikaṭhora

  1. ○kaṭhora mfn. very hard, too hard

atikatha

  1. ○katha mfn. exaggerated
  2. (ā), f. an exaggerated tale
  3. also s.v

atikarṣaṇa

  1. ○karṣaṇa (for -karśana?), n. excessive exertion

atikalyam

  1. ○kalyam ind. very early, too early

atikānta

  1. ○kānta mfn. excessively beloved

atikāya

  1. ○kāya mfn. of extraordinary body or size, gigantic
  2. m. N. of a Rākshasa R

atikiriṭa

  1. ○kiriṭa (áti-) or mfn. having too small teeth TBr

atikirīṭa

  1. ○kirīṭa Comm., mfn. having too small teeth TBr

atikutsita

  1. ○kutsita mfn. greatly despised

atikulva

  1. ○kulva (áti.), mfn. too bald VS

atikṛcchra

  1. ○kṛcchra m. extraordinary pain or penance lasting twelve days Mn. Yājñ

atikṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. over done, exaggerated

atikṛśa

  1. ○kṛśa (áti-), mfn. very thin, emaciated

atikṛṣṇa

  1. ○kṛṣṇa (áti-), mfn. very or too dark, very or too deep blue

atikruddha

  1. ○kruddha mfn. excessively angry

atikrudh

  1. ○krudh f. excessive anger Kathās

atikruṣṭa

  1. ○kruṣṭa (áti-), n. extraordinary cry or wailing VS

atikhara

  1. ○khara mfn. very pungent or piercing

atigaṇḍa

  1. ○gaṇḍa mfn. having large cheeks or temples
  2. m. N. of the yoga (or index), star of the 6th lunar mansion

atigandha

  1. ○gandha mfn. having an overpowering smell
  2. m. sulphur
  3. lemon-grass (Andropogon Schaenunthes)
  4. the Champac flower (Michelia Champaca)
  5. a kind of jasmin

atigandhālu

  1. ○gandhālu m. N. of the creeper Putradātri

atigarīyas

  1. ○garīyas n. (compar. of ati-guru), a higher or too high price
  2. ati-gariyasā (instr.) √krī, to buy too dear Daś

atigarvita

  1. ○garvita mfn. very conceited

atigahana

  1. ○gahana mfn. very deep
  2. very impenetrable

gāḍha

  1. gāḍha mfn. very important
  2. very intensive
  3. (am), ind. exceedingly
  4. excessively

atiguṇa

  1. ○guṇa mfn. having extraordinary qualities

atigupta

  1. ○gupta mfn. closely concealed, very mysterious

atiguru

  1. ○guru mfn. very heavy

atigo

  1. ○go f. an excellent cow Pāṇ. 5-4, 69 Sch

aticaṇḍa

  1. ○caṇḍa mfn. very violent

aticaraṇa

  1. ○caraṇa n. excessive practice

aticāpalya

  1. ○cāpalya n. extraordinary mobility or unsteadiness

aticira

  1. ○cira mfn. very long
  2. (am), ind. a very long time
  3. (asya), ind. for a very long time
  4. (at), ind. at last

atichattra

  1. ○chattra or m. a mushroom

atichattraka

  1. ○chattraka m. a mushroom
  2. (ā), f. Anise (Anisum or Anethum Sowa)
  3. the plant Barleria Longifolia

atijara

  1. ○jara or mfn. very aged Pāṇ. 7-2, 101 Sch

atijaras

  1. ○jaras mfn. very aged Pāṇ. 7-2, 101 Sch

atijala

  1. ○jala mfn. well watered

atijava

  1. ○java m. extraordinary speed
  2. (mfn.), very fleet

atijāgara

  1. ○jāgara mfn. very wakeful
  2. m. the black curlew

atijīrṇa

  1. ○jīrṇa mfn. very aged

atijīrṇatā

  1. ○jīrṇatā f. extreme old age

atijīva

  1. ○jīvá mfn. quite alive, very lively AV

atiḍīna

  1. ○ḍīna n. extraordinary flight (of birds) MBh

atitapasvin

  1. ○tapasvin mfn. very ascetic

atitīkṣṇa

  1. ○tīkṣṇa mfn. very sharp

atitīvra

  1. ○tīvra mfn. very sharp, pungent or acid
  2. (ā), f. dūb grass

atitṛṇṇa

  1. ○tṛṇṇa mfn. seriously hurt

atitṛpti

  1. ○tṛpti f. too great satiety

atitṛṣṇa

  1. ○tṛṣṇa mfn. excessively thirsty, rapacious
  2. (ā), f. excessive thirst

atitrasnu

  1. ○trasnu mfn. over timid

atidagdha

  1. ○dagdha mfn. badly burnt
  2. (am), n. N. of a bad kind of burn

atidantura

  1. ○dantura (áti-), mfn. whose teeth are too prominent TBr. [Page 12, Column]

atidarpa

  1. ○darpa m. excessive conceit
  2. N. of a snake
  3. (mfn.), excessively conceited

atidarśin

  1. ○darśin mfn. very far-sighted

atidātṛ

  1. ○dātṛ m. a very or too liberal man

atidāna

  1. ○dāna n. munificence
  2. excessive munificence

atidāruṇa

  1. ○dāruṇa mfn. very terrible

atidāha

  1. ○dāhá m. great heat
  2. violent inflammation TS. &c

atidīrgha

  1. ○dīrgha (áti-), mfn. very long, too long,

atiduḥkhita

  1. ○duḥkhita (or -duṣkhita), mfn. greatly afflicted, very sad

atiduḥsaha

  1. ○duḥsaha mfn. very hard to bear, quite unbearable

atidurgata

  1. ○durgata mfn. very badly off

atidurdharṣa

  1. ○durdharṣa mfn. very hard to approach, very haughty

atidurlambha

  1. ○durlambha mfn. very hard to attain

atiduṣkara

  1. ○duṣkara mfn. very difficult

atidūra

  1. ○dūra mfn. very distant
  2. (am), n. a great distance

atidoṣa

  1. ○doṣa m. a great fault

atidhavala

  1. ○dhavala mfn. very white

atidhenu

  1. ○dhenu mfn. distinguished for his cows Pāṇ. 1-4, 3, Comm,

atinidra

  1. ○nidra mfn. given to excessive sleep
  2. (ā), f. excessive sleep
  3. (am), ind., s.v. (p. 14, col. 2)

atinipuṇa

  1. ○nipuṇa mfn. very skilful

atinīca

  1. ○nīca mfn. excessively low

atipathin

  1. ○pathin (nom. -panthās), m. a better road than common L

atipada

  1. ○pada mfn. (in prosody) too long by one pada or foot,

atiparokṣa

  1. ○parokṣa mfn. far out of sight, no longer discernible

atiparokṣavṛtti

  1. ○parokṣavṛ́tti mfn. (in Gr.) having a nature that is no longer discernible, i.e. obsolete

atipātaka

  1. ○pātaka n. a very heinous sin

atipuruṣa

  1. ○puruṣa or (áti-) "ṣBr., m. a first-rate man, hero

atipūruṣa

  1. ○pūruṣa (áti-) "ṣBr., m. a first-rate man, hero

atipūta

  1. ○pūta mfn. quite purified, over-refined

atipeśals

  1. ○peśals mfn. very dexterous

atiprakāsa

  1. ○prakāsa mfn. very notorious

atiprage

  1. ○prage ind. very early Mn

atipraṇaya

  1. ○praṇaya m. excessive kindness, partiality

atipraṇudya

  1. ○praṇudya ind. having pushed far forward

atiprabandha

  1. ○prabandha m. complete continuity

atipravaraṇa

  1. ○pravaraṇa n. excess in choosing

atipravṛtti

  1. ○pravṛtti f. issuing abundantly

atipravṛddha

  1. ○pravṛddha mfn. enlarged to excess, overbearing Mn

atipraśna

  1. ○praśna m. an extravagant question, a question regarding transcendental objects

atipraśnya

  1. ○praśnya mfn. to be asked such a question BṛĀrUp

atiprasakti

  1. ○prasakti f. or excessive attachment

atiprasaṅga

  1. ○prasaṅga m. excessive attachment
  2. unwarrantable stretch of a rule

atiprasiddha

  1. ○prasiddha mfn. very notorious

atiprauḍha

  1. ○prauḍha mfn. full-grown

atiprauḍhayauvana

  1. ○prauḍha-yauvana mfn. being in the full enjoyment of youth

atibala

  1. ○bala mfn. very strong or powerful
  2. m. an active soldier
  3. N. of a king
  4. (ā), f. a medicinal plant (Sidonia Cordifolia and Rhombifolia, or Annona Squamosa)
  5. N. of a powerful charm
  6. of one of Daksha's daughters

atibahu

  1. ○bahu (áti-), mfn. very much
  2. too much MaitrS

atibālaka

  1. ○bālaka m. an infant
  2. (mfn.), infantine

atibāhn

  1. ○bāhn m. 'having extraordinary arms', N. of a Ṛishi of the fourteenth Manvantara Hariv
  2. N. of a Gandharva MBh

atibibhatsa

  1. ○bibhatsa mfn. excessively disagreeable

atibrahmacarya

  1. ○brahmacarya n. excessive abstinence or continence

atibhūra

  1. ○bhūra m. an excessive burden, excessive obscurity (of a sentence)
  2. N. of a king

atibhāraga

  1. ○bhāraga m. 'heavy-burden-bearer', a mule

atibhī

  1. ○bhī m. 'very terrific', lightning L

atibhīṣaṇa

  1. ○bhīṣaṇa mfn. very terrific

atibhṛta

  1. ○bhṛta mfn. well filled

atibhojana

  1. ○bhojana n. eating too much
  2. morbid voracity

atibhrū

  1. ○bhrū mfn. having extraordinary eyebrows

atimaṅgalya

  1. ○maṅgalya mfn. very auspicious
  2. m. AEgle or Crataeva Marmelos

atimati

  1. ○mati (áti-), f. haughtiness RV. i, 129, 5
  2. (mfn.), exceedingly wise MBh

atimadhyandina

  1. ○madhyandina n. high noon

atimarśa

  1. ○marśa m. close contact

atimāna

  1. ○māná m. great haughtiness

atimānin

  1. ○mānin mfn. very haughty

atimānitā

  1. ○māni-tā f. great haughtiness

atimāruta

  1. ○māruta mfn. very windy
  2. m. a hurricane Yājñ

atimirmira

  1. ○mirmira (áti-), mfn. twinkling exceedingly TBr

atimukta

  1. ○mukta mfn. entirely liberated
  2. quite free from sensual or worldly desire
  3. seedless, barren
  4. m. the tree Dalbergia Oujeinensis
  5. Gaertnera Racemosa,

atimuktaka

  1. ○muktaka m. = the preceding
  2. mountain ebony
  3. the tree Harimantha

atimukti

  1. ○mukti (áti.), f. final liberation (from death) TS. ŚBr. xiv

atimūrti

  1. ○mūrti f. 'highest shape', N. of a ceremony

atimemiṣa

  1. ○memiṣa (áti-), mfn. (√1. miṣ), opening the eyes too much, staring TBr

atimaithuna

  1. ○maithuna n. excess of sexual intercourse

atimokṣa

  1. ○mokṣá m
  2. ati-√muc

atimodā

  1. ○modā f. extraordinary fragrance
  2. the tree Jasminum Arboreum

atiyava

  1. ○yava m. a sort of barley

atiyaśa

  1. ○yaśa ṃBh. or mfn. very illustrious

atiyaśas

  1. ○yaśas mfn. very illustrious

atiyāja

  1. ○yājá m. 'great sacrificer', very pious RV. vi, 52, 1

atiyuvan

  1. ○yuvan mfn. very youthful L

atiyoga

  1. ○yoga m. excessive union, excess,

atiraṃhas

  1. ○raṃhas mfn. extremely rapid Śāk

atirakta

  1. ○rakta mfn. very red
  2. (ā), f. one of Agni's seven tongues

atiratha

  1. ○ratha m. a great warrior (fighting from a car) R

atirabhasa

  1. ○rabhasa m. extraordinary speed

atirasā

  1. ○rasā f. 'very succulent', N. of various plants (Mūrvā, Risnā, Klitanaka)

atirājan

  1. ○rājan m. an extraordinary king Pāṇ. 5-4, 69 Sch
  2. one who surpasses a king [cf. also s.v.] [Page 13, Column]

atirucira

  1. ○rucira mfn. very lovely
  2. (ā), f. N. of two metres (a variety of the atijagatī
  3. another called cuḍikā or culikā)

atiruṣ

  1. ○ruṣ mfn. very angry

atirūpa

  1. ○rūpa mfn. very beautiful
  2. (am), n. extraordinary beauty

atiroga

  1. ○roga m. consumption L

atiromaśa

  1. ○romaśa mfn. very hairy, too hairy
  2. m. a wild goat, a kind of monkey

atilakṣmī

  1. ○lakṣmī mfn. very prosperous
  2. (īs), f. extraordinary prosperity

atilaṅghana

  1. ○laṅghana n. excessive fasting Suśr

atilamba

  1. ○lamba mfn. very extensive

atilubdha

  1. ○lubdha or mfn. very greedy or covetous

atilobha

  1. ati-lobha mfn. very greedy or covetous

atilulita

  1. ○lulita mfn. closely attached or adhering

atilobha

  1. ○lobha m. or excessive greediness or covetousness

atilobhatā

  1. ○lobha-tā f. excessive greediness or covetousness

atiloma

  1. ○loma or (áti-) Vṣ., mfn. very hairy, too hairy

atilomaśa

  1. ○lomaśa (áti-) Vṣ., mfn. very hairy, too hairy

atilomaśā

  1. ○lomaśā f. Convolvulus Argenteus

atilohita

  1. ○lohita mfn. very red

atilaulya

  1. ○laulya n. excessive eagerness or desire

ativaktṛ

  1. ○vaktṛ mfn. very loquacious

ativakra

  1. ○vakra mfn. very crooked or curved
  2. (ā), f. one of the eight descriptions of planetary motion

ativartula

  1. ○vartula mfn. very round
  2. m. a kind of grain or pot-herb

ativāta

  1. ○vāta m. high wind, a storm

ativāda

  1. ○vāda m. abusive language
  2. reproof
  3. N. of a Vedic verse AitBr

ativādin

  1. ○vādin mfn. very talkative

ativālaka

  1. ○vālaka -bālaka above

ativahana

  1. ○váhana n. excessive toiling

ativikaṭa

  1. ○vikaṭa mfn. very fierce, m. a vicious elephant

ativipina

  1. ○vipina mfn. having many forests, very impenetrable Kir. v, 18

ativilambin

  1. ○vilambin mfn. very dilatory

ativiśrabdhanavoḍhā

  1. ○viśrabdha-navôḍhā f. a fond but pert young wife

ativiṣa

  1. ○viṣa mfn. exceedingly poisonous, counteracting poison
  2. (a), f. the plant Aconitum Ferox

ativṛddhi

  1. ○vṛddhi f. extraordinary growth

ativṛṣṭi

  1. ○vṛṣṭi f. excessive rain

ativṛṣṭihata

  1. ○vṛṣṭi-hata mfn. injured by heavy rain

ativepathu

  1. ○vepathu m. excessive tremor
  2. (mfn.), or atvepathu-mat mfn. trembling excessively

ativaicakṣaṇya

  1. ○vaicakṣaṇya n. great proficiency

ativaiśasa

  1. ○vaiśasa mfn. very adverse or destructive

ativyathana

  1. ○vyathana n. infliction of (or giving) excessive pain Pāṇ. 5-4, 61

ativyathā

  1. ○vyathā f. excessive pain

ativyaya

  1. ○vyaya m. lavish expenditure

ativyāpta

  1. ○vyāpta mfn. stretched too far (as a rule or principle)

ativyāpti

  1. ○vyāpti f. unwarrantable stretch (of a rule or principle) Pāṇ. 6-3, 35 Sch

atiśakta

  1. ○śakta or mfn. very powerful

atiśakti

  1. ○śakti mfn. very powerful
  2. (is), f. or atiśakti-tā f. great power or valour

atiśaktibhāj

  1. ○śakti-bhāj mfn. possessing great power

atiśaṅkā

  1. ○śaṅkā f. excessive timidity

atiśarvara

  1. ○śarvará n. the dead of night AV

atiśasta

  1. ○śasta mfn. very excellent

atiśukra

  1. ○śukra (áti-), mfn. too bright

atiśukla

  1. ○śukla mfn. very white, too white

atiśobhana

  1. ○śobhana mfn. very handsome

atiśrī

  1. ○śrī mfn. very prosperous Pāṇ. 1-2, 48 Sch

atiślakṣṇa

  1. ○ślakṣṇa (áti-), mfn. too tender TBr

atisaṃskṛta

  1. ○saṃskṛta mfn. highly finished

atisakti

  1. ○sakti f. excessive attachment

atisaktimat

  1. ○sakti-mat mfn. excessively attached

atisaṃcaya

  1. ○saṃcaya m. excessive accumulation

atisaṃtapta

  1. ○saṃtapta mfn. greatly afficted

atisaṃdheya

  1. ○saṃdheya mfn. easy to be settled or conciliated

atisamartha

  1. ○samartha mfn. very competent

atisamīpa

  1. ○samīpa mfn. very near

atisamparka

  1. ○samparka m. excessive (sexual) intercourse

atisarva

  1. ○sarva mfn. too complete AitBr
  2. superior to all, s.v

atisādhvasa

  1. ○sādhvasa n. excessive fear

atisāntapana

  1. ○sāntapana n. a kind of severe penance (inflicted especially for eating unclean animal food)

atisāyam

  1. ○sāyam ind. very late in the evening

atisiddhi

  1. ○siddhi f. great perfection

atisujana

  1. ○sujana mfn. very moral, very friendly

atisundara

  1. ○sundara mfn. very handsome
  2. (as, ā), mf. a metre belonging to the class aṣṭi (also called citra or cañcalā)

atisulabha

  1. ○sulabha mfn. very easily obtainable

atisuhita

  1. ○suhita mfn. excessively kind, over-kind

atisṛṣṭi

  1. ○sṛṣṭi (áti-), f. an extraordinary or excellent creation ŚBr. xiv

atisevā

  1. ○sevā f. excessive addiction (to a habit)

atisaurabha

  1. ○saurabha mfn. very fragrant
  2. (am), n. extraordinary fragrance

atisauhitya

  1. ○sauhitya n. excessive satiety, e.g. being spoiled, stuffed with food, &c. Mn. iv, 62

atistuti

  1. ○stuti f. excessive praise Nir

atisthira

  1. ○sthira mfn. very stable

atisthūla

  1. ○sthūla (áti.), mfn. excessively big or clumsy VS. &c
  2. excessively stupid

atisnigdha

  1. ○snigdha mfn. very smooth, very nice, very affectionate

atisparśa

  1. ○sparśa m. too marked contact (of the tongue and palate) in pronunciation

atisphira

  1. ○sphira mfn. very tremulous

atisvapna

  1. ○svapna m. excessive sleep
  2. (am), n. excessive tendency to dreaming

atisvastha

  1. ○svastha mfn. enjoying excellent health

atihasita

  1. ○hasita n. or excessive laughter

atihāsa

  1. ○hāsa m. excessive laughter

atihrasva

  1. ○hrasva (áti-), mfn. excessively short VS. &c

atyagni

  1. aty-agni m. morbidly rapid digestion

atyaṇu

  1. áty-aṇu mfn. very thin MaitrS

atyadbhuta

  1. aty-adbhuta mfn. very wonderful
  2. m. N. of the Indra in the ninth Manvantara VP
  3. (am), n. a great wonder

atyadhvan

  1. aty-adhvan m. a long way or journey, excessive travelling

atyamarṣaṇa

  1. aty-amarṣaṇa or mfn. quite out of temper

atyamarṣin

  1. aty-amarṣin mfn. quite out of temper

atyamla

  1. aty-amla mfn. very acid
  2. m. the tree Spondias Mangifera [Page 13, Column]
  3. (ā), f. a species of citron

atyamlaparṇī

  1. aty-amlaparṇī f. 'having very acid leaves', N. of a medicinal plant

atyalpa

  1. aty-alpa mfn. very little

atyaśana

  1. aty-aśana n. immoderate eating

atyaśnat

  1. aty-aśnat mfn. eating too much

atyasama

  1. aty-asama mfn. very uneven, very rough

atyādara

  1. aty-ādara m. excessive deference

atyādāna

  1. aty-ādāna n. taking away too much

atyānanda

  1. áty-ānanda m. excessive wantonness ŚBr
  2. (mfn.), excessively wanton Suśr

atyāpti

  1. áty-āpti f. complete attainment AV. xi, 7, 22

atyārūḍhi

  1. aty-ārūḍhi f. or mounting too high, insolence, arrogance

atyāroha

  1. aty-āroha m. mounting too high, insolence, arrogance

atyāśā

  1. aty-āśā f. extravagant hope

atyāśita

  1. áty-āśita mfn. (√2. as), too satiate MaitrS

atyāsārin

  1. aty-āsārín mfn. excessively flowing towards TS

atyāhāra

  1. aty-āhāra m. excess in eating

atyāhārin

  1. aty-āhārin mfn. eating immoderately, gluttonous

atyāhita

  1. aty-āhita n. great calamity
  2. great danger
  3. facing great danger
  4. a daring action

atyukti

  1. aty-ukti f. excessive talking
  2. exaggeration
  3. hyperbole

atyugra

  1. aty-ugra mfn. very fierce
  2. very pungent
  3. (am), n. Asa Foetida

atyuccais

  1. aty-uccais ind. very loudly

atyuccairdhvani

  1. aty-uccair-dhvani m. a very loud sound
  2. a very high note

atyutkaṭa

  1. aty-utkaṭa mfn. very imposing or immense

atyutsāha

  1. aty-utsāha m. excessive vigour

atyudāra

  1. aty-udāra mfn. very liberal

atyulbaṇa

  1. aty-ulbaṇa or mfn. very conspicuous, excessive

atyulvaṇa

  1. aty-ulvaṇa mfn. very conspicuous, excessive

atyuṣṇa

  1. aty-uṣṇa mfn. very hot

atyūdhni

  1. aty-ūdhni f. having an exceedingly large udder Pāṇ. Sch

atikatha

  1. ati-katha mfn. transgressing tradition or law deviating from the rules of caste ( also s.v. ati.)

atikandaka

  1. ati-kandaka m. the plant Hastikanda

atikalyaṇa

  1. áti-kalyaṇa mf(ī)n. 'past or beyond beauty', not beautiful ŚBr

atikaśa

  1. ati-kaśa mfn. beyond the whip, unmanageable Pāṇ. 6-2, 191 Sch

atikup

  1. ati-√kup to become very angry

atikūrd

  1. ati-√kūrd to jump about

atikṛti

  1. ati-kṛti or better abhi-kṛti, q.v

atikṛṣ

  1. ati-√kṛṣ to drag over or beyond

atikeśara

  1. ati-keśara m. the plant Trapa Bispinosa

atikram

  1. ati-√kram to step or go beyond or over or across, (Ved. Inf. ati-kráme, to be walked on RV. i, 105, 16)
  2. to pass, cross
  3. to pass time
  4. to surpass, excel, overcome
  5. to pass by, neglect
  6. to overstep, transgress, violate
  7. to pass on or away
  8. to step out
  9. to part from, lose: Caus. -krāmayati, or -kramayati, to allow to pass (as time)
  10. to leave unnoticed

atikrama

  1. ati-krama m. passing over, overstepping
  2. lapse (of time)
  3. overcoming, surpassing, conquering
  4. excess, imposition, transgression, violation
  5. neglect
  6. determined onset

atikramaṇa

  1. ati-krámaṇa n. the act of passing over ŚBr., surpassing, overstepping
  2. excess
  3. passing, spending (time)

atikramaṇīya

  1. ati-kramaṇīya mfn. to be passed beyond or over
  2. generally negative an-atikramaṇiya, q.v

atikramin

  1. ati-kramin mfn. (ifc.) exceeding, violating, &c

atikramya

  1. ati-kramya ind. having passed beyond or over

atikrānta

  1. ati-krānta mfn. having passed or transgressed
  2. exceeded, surpassed, overcome

atikrāntaniṣedha

  1. ○niṣedha mfn. one who has neglected a prohibition

atikrānti

  1. ati-krānti f. transgression Kir

atikrāmaka

  1. ati-krāmaka mfn. exceeding, transgressing L

atikṣar

  1. ati-√kṣar to overflow or flow through RV. &c. (3. sg. aor. ákṣār áti RV. ix, 43, 5)

atikṣip

  1. ati-√kṣip to throw beyond

atikṣipta

  1. ati-kṣipta mfn. thrown beyond
  2. (am), n. (in med.) sprain or dislocation of a particular kind Suśr

atikhaṭva

  1. ati-khaṭva mfn. beyond the bedstead, able to do without a bedstead Pāṇ. Sch

atikhyā

  1. ati-√khyā to survey, overlook (3. sg. impf. áty-akhyat) AV
  2. to neglect, pass over, abandon (2. sg. Conj. áti-khyas, 2. du. Conj. áti-khyatam) RV

atigam

  1. ati-√gam or ati-√gā, to pass by or over [Page 13, Column]
  2. to surpass, overcome
  3. to escape
  4. neglect
  5. to pass away, die

atiga

  1. ati-ga mfn. (ifc.) exceeding, overcoming, surpassing (cf. śokâtiga)
  2. transgressing, violating

atigata

  1. ati-gata mfn. having passed
  2. being past

atigarj

  1. ati-√garj to speak loudly or provokingly or in a threatening voice MBh

atigava

  1. ati-gava mfn. (a bull) covering the cow L

atigāh

  1. ati-√gāh 'to emerge over', to rise upon RV

atigāḍha

  1. ati-gāḍha mfn. p. 12, col. 2

atigur

  1. ati-√gur (Pot. áti juguryā́t), to cry out, give a shriek RV. i, 173, 2

atiguhā

  1. ati-guhā f. the plant Hemionites Cordifolia

atigrah

  1. ati-√grah to take beyond or over the usual measure ŚBr. TBr. ŚāṅkhŚr
  2. to surpass Pāṇ. 5-4, 46 Sch

atigraha

  1. ati-grahá m. act of taking over or beyond surpassing, one who takes or seizes to an extraordinary extent, (in phil.) = atigrāha

atigrāha

  1. ati-grāha m. the object of a graha (q.v.) or organ of apprehension (these are eight, and their corresponding ati-grahas or objects, are apāna, 'fragrant substance
  2. nāman, 'name
  3. rasa, flavour
  4. rūpa, 'form
  5. 'sabda, 'sound'
  6. kāma, desire'
  7. karman, 'action'
  8. sparśa, 'touch') ŚBr. xiv

atigrāhyā

  1. ati-grāhyâ m. N. of three successive libations made, (or cups filled) at the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice TS. ŚBr. &c

atigha

  1. ati-gha m. (√han), 'very destructive', a weapon, bludgeon
  2. wrath

atighnī

  1. ati-ghnī f. utter oblivion or profound sleep (obliterating all that is disagreeable in the, past, and regarded as the highest condition of bliss) ŚBr. xiv

atighnyā

  1. ati-ghnyâ (4), mfn. one who is in the condition ati-ghnī AV

aticamū

  1. ati-camū mfn. (victorious) over armies L

aticar

  1. ati-√car to pass by
  2. to overtake, surpass
  3. to transgress, offend, be unfaithful to

aticara

  1. ati-cara mfn. transient, changeable
  2. (ā), f. the shrub Hibiscus Mutabilis

aticaraṇa

  1. ati-caraṇa p. 12, col. 2

aticāra

  1. ati-cāra m. passing by, overtaking, surpassing
  2. accelerated motion, especially of planets
  3. transgression

aticārin

  1. ati-cārin mfn. surpassing, transgressing

aticṛt

  1. ati-√cṛt to stick on, fasten AV

aticeṣṭ

  1. ati-√ceṣṭ to make extraordinary or excessive efforts

aticchandas

  1. áti-cchandas mfn. past worldly desires free from them ŚBr. xiv
  2. (ās, as), fn., N. of two large classes of metres
  3. (as), n. N. of a particular brick in the sacrificial fire-place

atijagatī

  1. ati-jagatī f. N. of a class of metres (belonging to those called aticchandas, and consisting of four lines, each containing thirteen syllables)

atijana

  1. ati-jana mfn. 'beyond men', uninhabited

atijāta

  1. ati-jāta mfn. superior to parentage

atiji

  1. ati-√ji (aor. áty-ajaiṣīt), to conquer AV

atijīv

  1. ati-√jīv to survive
  2. to surpass in the mode of living

atitata

  1. ati-tata mfn. (√tan), stretching far, making one's self big, conceited Śiś

atitap

  1. ati-√tap to be very hot AV. xviii, 2, 36, &c
  2. to heat AV. xiii, 2, 40 BhP
  3. to affect greatly: Caus. -tāpayati, to heat much

atitarām

  1. ati-tarā́m ind. (compar. of áti), above in rank (with acc.), KenaUp
  2. better, higher, more (with abl.) ŚBr. &c
  3. very much, exceedingly, excessively. [Page 14, Column]

atitṛd

  1. ati-√tṛd to cleave, split VS
  2. to pierce through, penetrate AV

atitṛp

  1. ati-√tṛp to be satiated

atitṝ

  1. ati-√tṝ to pass through or by or over, cross, overcome, escape: Desid. -titīrṣati, to be desirous of crossing or overcoming BhP

atitārin

  1. ati-tārin mfn. crossing AitBr

atitāryā

  1. ati-tāryâ mf(ā́)n. to be crossed or passed over or overcome AV

atityad

  1. ati-tyad surpassing that Pāṇ. 7-2, 102 Sch

atitvam

  1. ati-tvam surpassing thee Pāṇ. 7-2, 97 Sch
  2. atitvām, atitvān acc. sing. and pl. him that surpasses thee, them that surpass thee
  3. (fictitious forms coined by grammarians.)

atitvar

  1. ati-√tvar to hasten overmuch

atithi

  1. átithi m. (√at, or said to be from a-tithi, 'one who has no fixed day for coming'), a guest, a person entitled to hospitality
  2. N. of Agni
  3. of an attendant on Soma
  4. N. of Suhotra (king of Ayodhyā, and grandson of Rāma)

atithikriyā

  1. ○kriyā f. hospitality

atithigva

  1. ○gvá m. 'to whom guests should go', N. of Divodāsa and of another mythical hero RV

atithitva

  1. ○tva n. state of a guest, hospitality

atithideva

  1. ○deva mfn. one to whom a guest is as a divinity TUp

atithidveṣa

  1. ○dveṣa m. hatred of guests, inhospitality

atithidharma

  1. ○dharma m. rights of hospitality Mn. iii, 111, &c

atithidharmin

  1. ○dharmin mfn. entitled to hospitality Mn. iii, 112

atithipati

  1. ○pati (átithi-), m. a host, entertainer of a guest AV

atithipūjana

  1. ○pūjana n. or showing honour to a guest

atithipūjā

  1. ○pūjā f. showing honour to a guest

atithivat

  1. ○vat ind. like a guest

atithisatkāra

  1. ○satkāra m. honourable treatment of a guest

atithisevā

  1. ○sevā f. attention to a guest

atithin

  1. atithín mfn. (√at), travelling RV. x, 68, 3
  2. (ī), m. N. of a king (also Suhotra and Atithi, q.v.)

atidagh

  1. ati-√dagh to go beyond, to pass (3. sg. áte-dhak, 2. du. áti-dhaksam) RV

atidatta

  1. ati-datta m. N. of a brother of Datta and son of Rājādhideva Hariv

atidah

  1. ati-√dah to burn or blaze across ŚBr. to burn or distress greatly

atidā

  1. ati-dā √1. to surpass in giving RV. viii, i, 38, to pass over in giving KātyŚr

atidānta

  1. ati-dānta m. N. of a prince

atidāś

  1. ati-√dāś to favour with a gift, present RV

atidiv

  1. ati-div √2. (ind. p. dī́vyā [= ○vya]), to play higher RV. x, 42, 9
  2. to risk (in playing) MBh. ii, 2041

atidiś

  1. ati-√diś to make over, transfer, assign: Pass. -diśyate, (in Gr.) to be overruled or attracted or assimilated

atidiṣṭa

  1. ati-diṣṭa mfn. overruled, attracted, influenced, inferred, substituted

atideśa

  1. ati-deśa m. transfer, extended application, inference, analogy, overruling influence, assimilation
  2. a rule providing for more than the usual rule
  3. putting one thing instead of another, substitution
  4. rūpâtideśa, such a rule as affecting the form of a word
  5. (mfn.), overruling, previously stated

atidīpya

  1. ati-√dīpya m. 'very brilliant', the plant Plumbago Rosea

atidṛp

  1. ati-√dṛp to be excessively conceited

atideva

  1. ati-deva m. a superior god
  2. surpassing the gods

atidru

  1. ati-√dru to run by, pass hastily RV. AV
  2. to pass over ŚBr

atidhanvan

  1. ati-dhanvan ā m. N. of a Vedic teacher, a descendant of Śunaka VBr

atidhā

  1. ati-√dhā to put away

atihita

  1. áti-hita mfn. put away or aside AV

atidhāv

  1. ati-√dhāv to run or rush over

atidhṛti

  1. ati-dhṛti f. N. of a class of metres (belonging to those called aticchandas, and consisting of four lines, each containing nineteen syllables)
  2. (in arithm.) nineteen. [Page 14, Column]

atidhyai

  1. ati-√dhyai to meditate deeply VP

atidhvaṃs

  1. ati-√dhvaṃs to raise the dust in running through or over (3. pl. Conj. aor. ati-dhvasán) RV. viii, 55, 5

atinam

  1. ati-√nam to bend aside, keep on one side

atināman

  1. ati-nāman ā m. N. of a Saptarshi of the sixth Manvantara

atināṣṭra

  1. ati-nāṣṭrá mfn. beyond danger, out of danger ŚBr

atiniḥśvas

  1. ati-niḥ-√śvas to breathe or sigh violently

atinicṛt

  1. ati-nicṛt (or wrongly written ati-nivṛt), f. N. of a Vedic metre of three pādas (containing respectively seven, six and seven syllables) RV. Prāt. RV. Prāt. &c

atinidram

  1. ati-nidram ind. beyond sleeping time Pāṇ. 2-1, 6 Sch. also ati-nidra s.v. ati

atiniṣṭan

  1. ati-niṣ-ṭan (√tan), (perf. Pot. 3. pl. áti-níṣ-ṭatanyuḥ), to penetrate (with rays) RV. i, 141, 13

atinihnutya

  1. ati-ni-hnutya ind. p. (√hnu), denying obstinately

atinī

  1. ati-√nī to lead over or beyond, to help a person over anything RV. &c
  2. to allow to pass away: Intens. Ā. -nenīyáte, to bring forward RV. vi, 47, 16

atinu

  1. ati-√nu Caus. to turn away TS

atinud

  1. ati-√nud to drive by AV

atined

  1. ati-√ned to stream or flow over, foam over TS. &c

atinau

  1. ati-nau mfn. disembarked Pāṇ. Sch

atipañcā

  1. ati-pañcā f. a girl who is past five

atipaṭīkṣepa

  1. ati-paṭīkṣepa v. l. for a-paṭīkṣepa m. omitting to remove or non-removal of the theatrical curtain

atipaṭh

  1. ati-√paṭh Pass. -pathyate, to be greatly proclaimed or celebrated MBh

atipat

  1. ati-√pat to fall or fly by or past or beyond or over, to neglect, miss: Caus. -pātayati, to cause to fly by, to drag away, to make effectless

atipatana

  1. ati-patana n. act of falling or flying beyond, passing, missing, transgressing

atipatita

  1. ati-patita mfn. passed beyond, transgressed, missed

atipāta

  1. ati-pāta m. passing away, lapse, neglect, transgression
  2. ill-usage, opposition, contrariety

atipātita

  1. ati-pātita mfn. completely displaced or broken
  2. (am), n. (in med.) complete fracture of a bone

atipātin

  1. ati-pātin mfn. overtaking, excelling in speed
  2. (in med.) running a rapid course, acute, neglecting

atipātya

  1. ati-pātya mfn. to be passed over, to be neglected

atipattra

  1. ati-pattra m. the Teak tree
  2. the tree Hastikanda

atipad

  1. ati-√pad to go beyond (acc.), jump over
  2. to neglect, transgress: Caus

atipadpādayati

  1. ati-√pad--pādayati to allow to pass by

atipatti

  1. ati-patti f. going beyond, passing, lapse
  2. kriyâtipatti, the passing by of an action unaccomplished Pāṇ. 3-3, 139

atipanna

  1. ati-panna mfn. gone beyond, transgressed, missed
  2. past

atipara

  1. ati-para mfn. one who has over come his enemies
  2. m. a great enemy

atipari

  1. ati-pari (pari-√i), to pass round ĀpŚr

atipaś

  1. ati-√paś to look beyond, look through RV. i, 94, 7 AV

atipā

  1. ati-pā √1. Caus. P. -pāyayati, to give to drink in great quantity Kathās

atipādanicṛt

  1. ati-pāda-nicṛt f. N. of a Vedic metre of three pādas (containing respectively six, eight and seven syllables). [Page 14, Column]

atipitṛ

  1. áti-pitṛ tā m. surpassing his own father ŚBr. xiv

atipitāmaha

  1. áti-pitāmaha m. surpassing his own paternal grandfather ŚBr. xiv

atipū

  1. ati-√pū P. to clarify or purify through (3. pl. aor. áti apāviṣuḥ) RV. ix, 60, 2: Ā. -pavate, to purify or purge by flowing through (especially used of the Soma juice, which is considered to be a purgative) ŚBr. &c

atipṛ

  1. ati-pṛ √1. to convey across, to help over RV
  2. to cross, pass over RV. i, 174, 9 and vi, 20, 12
  3. to keep (a promise): Caus

atipṛpārayati

  1. ○pārayati to lead or convey over RV. &c

atipṝ

  1. ati-pṝ √cl. 4. P. -pūryati, to become full or overflowing MBh

atipracit

  1. ati-pra-√cit -cekite (= -cikite BR
  2. = Intens. -cekitte Gmn.), to be clearly distinct or distinguishable RV. i, 55, 3

atipracyu

  1. ati-pra-√cyu to pass by TBr.: Caus. -cyāvayati, to cause to pass by ŚBr

atiprach

  1. ati-√prach to go on asking ŚBr. &c

atiprajval

  1. ati-pra-√jval to flame or blaze exceedingly MBh

atipraṇaś

  1. ati-pra-ṇaś (√2. naś), to be entirely deprived of (acc.) ŚBr

atipraṇī

  1. ati-pra-ṇī (√ni), to lead by or beyond Lāṭy. ĀśvŚr

atipraṇud

  1. ati-pra-ṇud (√nud), to press or incite very strongly

atiprapad

  1. ati-pra-√pad Caus. -pādayati, to help to pass into the other world (Comm.) MBh. iv, 1717

atipramāṇa

  1. ati-pramāṇa mfn. beyond measure immense

atiprayam

  1. ati-pra-√yam to give or hand over TS. TBr

atiprayuj

  1. ati-pra-√yuj to separate from (with instr.) TS

atipravah

  1. ati-pra-√vah to extend or carry beyond

atipravā

  1. ati-pra-vā √2. cl. 4. P. -vāyati, to blow violently MBh

atipraviddha

  1. ati-pra-viddha mfn. (√vyadh), frightened away, scared R

atipravṛt

  1. ati-pra-√vṛt to issue violently (as blood from a wound) Suśr
  2. to have an intense effect (as venom) Suśr

atiprave

  1. ati-pra-√ve to add in weaving, weave on an additional piece ŚāṅkhBr

atipraśaṃs

  1. ati-pra-√śaṃs to praise highly

atipraśru

  1. ati-pra-√śru cl. 5. Ā. -śṛṇve (Ved. 3. sg.), to become known or famous more than others RV. x, II, 7

atiprasad

  1. ati-pra-√sad P. -sidati, to be come completely cheerful

atiprasṛ

  1. ati-pra-√sṛ Intens. -sarsṛte, to outstrip, surpass RV. ii, 25, 1

atiprasṛta

  1. ati-pra-sṛta mfn. issued violently

atiprasthā

  1. ati-pra-√sthā to have an advantage over RV. i, 64, 13 and viii, 60, 16

atiprahā

  1. ati-pra-√hā cl. 3. Ā. -jihīte, to give or hand over ŚBr

atiprāṇam

  1. ati-prāṇam ind. exceeding life

atiprāṇapriya

  1. ati-prāṇa-priya mfn. dearer than life

atipru

  1. ati-√pru to jump over, to escape TS

atipreṣita

  1. ati-preṣita n. the time following the Praisha ceremony KātyŚr

atibādh

  1. ati-√bādh to molest or annoy exceedingly. [Page 15, Column]

atibṛh

  1. ati-bṛh √1. to push out intensely (scil. retas
  2. used only for the etym. of vṛṣabha) Nir

atibrahman

  1. ati-brahman ā m. N. of a king

atibrū

  1. ati-√brū or abhi-√brū, to insult, abuse MBh. iii, 15640

atibhā

  1. ati-√bhā -bhā́ti, to blaze or be very bright AV. x, 3, 17 R

atibhū

  1. ati-√bhū (perf. -babhūva), to originate or take rise in an excessive way MBh. viii, 4541
  2. P. (once Ā. TĀr.), to excel, surpass PBr. MBh. &c.: Desid. to intend to surpass ĀśvŚr

atibhāva

  1. ati-bhāva m. superiority, overcoming

atibhūmi

  1. ati-bhūmi f. extensive land
  2. culmination, eminence, superiority
  3. excess

atibhūṣ

  1. ati-bhūṣ √2. to adorn one's self before (another)
  2. to adorn richly

atibhṛ

  1. ati-√bhṛ Ā. to pass or extend over (perf. 2. sg. jabhriṣe) RV. ix, 86, 29 and 100, 9

atibhāra

  1. ati-bhāra m. s.v. ati

atiman

  1. ati-√man -manyate (1. pl. -manāmahé'ti), to disdain, despise RV. &c
  2. to value less than one's self ŚBr
  3. to pride one's self ŚBr

atimānita

  1. ati-mānita mfn. honoured highly
  2. cf. atimāná s.v. ati

atimanuṣyabuddhi

  1. ati-manuṣya-buddhi mfn. having a superhuman intellect

atimartya

  1. ati-martya mfn. superhuman

atimaryāda

  1. ati-maryāda mfn. exceeding the proper limit, (am), ind. beyond bounds

atimarśam

  1. ati-marśam ind. (√mṛś), so as to encroach AitBr

atimātra

  1. ati-mātrá mfn. exceeding the proper measure AV. &c., (ám), ind. or -śas ind. beyond measure

atimānuṣa

  1. ati-mānuṣa mfn. superhuman, divine MBh. &c

atimām

  1. ati-mām (acc. of aty-aham, q.v.), surpassing me Pāṇ. 7-2, 97 Sch

atimāya

  1. ati-māya mfn. emancipated from Māyā or Illusion, finally liberated

atimāra

  1. ati-māra or ati-bhāra m. N. of a prince

atimita

  1. ati-mita mfn. over measured, beyond measure, exceeding

atimita

  1. a-timita mfn. not moistened

atimuc

  1. ati-√muc Pass. -mucyate, to avoid, escape ŚBr. &c

atimukta

  1. ati-mukta or m. 'surpassing pearls in whiteness', N. of certain shrubs

atimuktaka

  1. ati-muktaka m. 'surpassing pearls in whiteness', N. of certain shrubs

atimukti

  1. áti-mukti f. final liberation. ati

atimucya

  1. ati-mucya ind. p. having dismissed or, given up

atimokṣa

  1. ati-mokṣá m. final liberation ŚBr. xiv

atimokṣin

  1. ati-mokṣin mfn. escaping TS. Kāṭh

atimṛtyu

  1. ati-mṛtyu mfn. overcoming death ChUp

atiyaj

  1. ati-√yaj to neglect or pass in offering a sacrifice TS

atiyā

  1. ati-√yā to pass over or before
  2. to surpass RV. &c
  3. to pass by RV. i, 135, 7
  4. to transgress BhP

atiyūyam

  1. ati-yūyam (nom. pl. of ati-tvam, q.v.), surpassing thee

atirāj

  1. ati-√rāj to shine over (aorṢubj. 3. sg. áti rāṭ) RV. vi, 12, 5

atirājan

  1. ati-rājan ā m. a supreme king, superior to a king Pāṇ. 4-1, 12 Sch
  2. (-rājñī), f. (a woman) superior to a king ib

atirājakumāri

  1. ati-rājakumāri mfn. superior to a princess Pāṇ. 1-2, 48 Sch

atirājaya

  1. atirājaya Nom. P. atirājayati, to surpass a king Pāṇ. 7-4, 2 Sch

atirātra

  1. ati-rātrá mfn. prepared or performed over-night RV. vii, 103, 7
  2. (ás), m. an optional pan of the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice
  3. commencement and conclusion of certain sacrificial acts
  4. the concluding Vedic verse chanted on such occasions AV. &c. [Page 15, Column]
  5. N. of a son of Cākshusha the sixth Manu

atirātrasavanīyapaśu

  1. ○savanīya-paśu m. the victim sacrificed at the Atirātra

atiri

  1. ati-ri neut. of ati-raj, q.v

atiric

  1. ati-√ric Pass. -ricyate, to be left with a surplus, to surpass (in a good or bad sense with abl. or acc.)
  2. to be superior, predominate, prevail: Caus. -recayati, to do superfluously, to do too much ŚBr. &c

atirikta

  1. áti-rikta mfn. left with or as a surplus, left apart
  2. redundant, unequalled
  3. different from (with abl.)

atiriktatā

  1. ○tā f. redundancy, &c

atiriktāṅga

  1. atiriktâṅga mfn. having a redundant limb or finger or toe
  2. (am), n. a redundant limb or finger or toe

atireka

  1. ati-reka or m. surplus, excess

atīreka

  1. atī-reká only once "ṣBr., m. surplus, excess
  2. redundancy
  3. difference

atirekin

  1. ati-rekin mfn. surpassing

atiruc

  1. ati-√ruc to shine over or along RV. &c
  2. to surpass in shining

atiruc

  1. ati-rúc m. a horse's fetlock or knee VS

atiruh

  1. ati-√ruh to climb or ascend over RV. ix, 17, 5
  2. to grow higher RV. x, 90, 2

atirai

  1. ati-rai ās, ās, i, exceeding one's income, extravagant Pāṇ. Sch

atilaṅgh

  1. ati-√laṅgh Caus. -laṅghayati, to transgress Kathās

atilihā

  1. atilihā or aṭhillā f. N. of a Prākṛit metre (of four lines each containing sixteen Mātras)

ativac

  1. ati-√vac to blame, to speak too loudly either in blaming or praising

ativad

  1. ati-√vad to speak louder or better, to surpass or overpower in disputing TBr. &c
  2. to ask for too much AV

ativayam

  1. ati-vayam (nom. pl. of aty-aham, q.v.), surpassing me

ativah

  1. ati-√vah to carry over or across to pass by
  2. to pass (time) Daś.: Caus. vāhayati, to let pass, get over or through, endure
  3. to let time pass, spend

ativāhana

  1. ati-vāhana n. excessive toiling or enduring

ativāhika

  1. ati-vāhika mfn. 'swifter than the wind', N. of the liṅga-śarīra (but ātivāhika)
  2. m. an inhabitant of the lower world

ativāhya

  1. ati-vāhya mfn. to be passed (as time, &c.)
  2. (am), n. the passing of time

ativoḍhṛ

  1. ati-voḍhṛ́ ḍhā m. one who carries over or across ŚBr

ativā

  1. ati-vā √2. cl. 2. P. -vāti, to blow beyond AV.: cl. 4. P. -vayati, to blow violently
  2. (ati-vāyati), pr. p. loc. ind. the wind blowing strongly MBh

ativāsa

  1. ati-vāsa m. a fast on the day before performing the Śrāddha

atividhā

  1. ati-vi-√dhā cl. 3. Ā. -dhatte, to distribute too much ŚBr

ativirāj

  1. ati-vi-√rāj to shine or be brilliant exceedingly MBh. &c

ativilaṅgh

  1. ati-vi-√laṅgh Caus. -laṅghayati, to pass by without taking notice of BhP

ativiluḍ

  1. ati-vi-√luḍ Caus. -loḍayati, to disturb, destroy MBh

ativivṛt

  1. ati-vi-√vṛt Caus. -vartayati, to separate too far, to make too great distinction between RV. Prāt

ativiśrambh

  1. ati-vi-√śrambh Caus. -śrambhayati, to make too familiar or too intimate Car

ativiśrabdha

  1. ati-vi-śrabdha mfn. entirely trusting or confiding in
  2. (am), ind. quite confidently

ativiśva

  1. ati-viśva m. 'superior to all or to the universe', N. of a Muni Hariv

ativiśvas

  1. ati-vi-√śvas to confide or trust too much (generally with na, neg.)

ativī

  1. ati-√vī to outstrip RV. v, 44, 7

ativṛṃhita

  1. ati-vṛṃhita mfn. (√vṛṃh), strengthened MBh. v, 499. [Page 15, Column]

ativṛt

  1. ati-√vṛt to pass beyond, surpass, cross
  2. to get over, overcome
  3. to transgress, violate, offend, especially by unfaithfulness
  4. to pass away
  5. to delay

ativartana

  1. ati-vartana n. a pardonable offence or misdemeanour

ativartin

  1. ati-vartin mfn. passing beyond, crossing, passing by, surpassing
  2. guilty of a pardonable offence

ativṛtti

  1. ati-vṛtti f. surpassing
  2. hyperbolical meaning
  3. (in med.) excessive action

ativṛdh

  1. ati-√vṛdh to surpass in growing, grow beyond ŚBr

ativṛddha

  1. ati-vṛddha mfn. very large
  2. very old

ativṛṣ

  1. ati-√vṛṣ to rain violently

ativela

  1. ati-vela mfn. passing the proper boundary, excessive
  2. (am), ind. excessively

ativyadh

  1. ati-√vyadh (Ved. Inf. ati-vidhe RV. v, 62, 9), to pierce through RV. AV

atividdha

  1. ati-viddha mfn. pierced through, wounded

ativyādhin

  1. ati-vyādhín mfn. piercing through, wounding VS. ŚBr. xiv

ativyādhya

  1. ati-vyādhya mfn. vulnerable

ativraj

  1. ati-√vraj to pass by
  2. to fly over RV. i, 116, 4
  3. to pass or wander through

atiśaṃs

  1. ati-√śaṃs to recite beyond measure, to continue reciting
  2. to omit in reciting AitBr

atiśakkarī

  1. ati-śakkarī or ati-śakvar f. a class of metres of four lines, each containing fifteen syllables. It has eighteen varieties

atiśakra

  1. ati-śakra mfn. superior to Indra

atiśaṅk

  1. ati-√śaṅk to suspect strongly Lāṭy
  2. to suspect falsely
  3. to be concerned about

atiśaya

  1. ati-śaya &c. 1. ati- √1. śī

atiśastra

  1. ati-śastra mfn. superior to weapons

atiśākvara

  1. atiśākvara mfn. written in or connected with the Ati-śakvari . metre

atiśi

  1. ati-√śi cl. 3. Ā. -síśīte, to sharpen up (a weapon) for attacking RV. i, 36, 16

atiśiṣ

  1. ati-√śiṣ to leave remaining. Pass. -śiṣyate, to remain

atiśiṣṭa

  1. áti-śiṣṭa mfn. remaining TS. &c

atiśeṣa

  1. ati-śeṣa m. remainder, remnant (especially of time) ChUp

atiśī

  1. ati-śī √1. -śete, to precede in lying down MBh
  2. to surpass, excel
  3. to act as an incubus, annoy L.: Pass. -śayyate, to be excelled or surpassed

atiśaya

  1. ati-śaya m. pre-eminence, eminence
  2. superiority in quality or quantity or numbers
  3. advantageous result
  4. one of the superhuman qualities attributed to Jaina Arhats
  5. (mfn.), pre-eminent, superior, abundant ŚāṅkhBr. &c
  6. (am or ena), ind. eminently, very

atiśayokti

  1. atiśayôkti f. hyperbolical language
  2. extreme assertion
  3. verbosity

atiśayana

  1. ati-śayana mf(ī)n. eminent, abundant
  2. (am), ind. excessively
  3. (ī), f. N. of a metre of four lines, also called citralekhā

atiśayita

  1. ati-śayita mfn. surpassing, superior

atiśayin

  1. ati-śayin mfn. excelling, abounding

atiśāyana

  1. ati-śāyana n. excelling
  2. excessiveness

atiśāyin

  1. ati-śāyin mfn. excelling, abounding
  2. excessive

atiśī

  1. ati-śī √3. to fall or drop beyond Kāṭh
  2. to get out from (acc.), leave ChUp

atiśītam

  1. ati-śītam ind. past or beyond the cold, after the winter

atiśīlaya

  1. ati-śīlaya Nom. P. ○yati, to practise or use excessively

atiśubh

  1. ati-√śubh to be brilliant, to please: Caus. -śobhayati, to make brilliant, adorn

atiśreṣṭha

  1. ati-śreṣṭha mfn. superior to the best, best of all

atiśreṣṭhatva

  1. ○tva n. pre-eminence

atiśreyasi

  1. ati-śreyasi m. a man superior to the most excellent woman

atiśliṣ

  1. ati-√śliṣ to fasten or tie over

atiśva

  1. ati-śva mf(ī)n. superior to, or worse than, a dog Pāṇ. 5-4, 96 [Page 16, Column]
  2. (ā), m. N. of a tribe (?), (g. pakṣâdi, q.v.)

atiṣakta

  1. áti-ṣakta or (in later texts) atisakta mfn. (√sañj), connected with AV. &c

atiṣita

  1. áti-ṣita mfn. tied or bound round (so as to prevent the flow of any liquid) RV. x, 73, 9

atiṣkand

  1. ati-ṣkand (√skand), to cover (said of a bull) RV. v, 52, 3,
  2. to leap or jump over, Ved. Inf. (dat.) ati-ṣkáde RV. viii, 67, 59
  3. Ved. Inf. (abl.) -ṣkádas RV. x, 108, 2
  4. to omit, án-atiskandat mfn. not omitting anything, uniform TBr

atiṣkadvan

  1. ati-ṣkádvan mf(ari)n. jumping over, transgressing

atiṣṭigham

  1. ati-ṣṭígham (√stigh), ind. so as to overwhelm MaitrS

atiṣṭu

  1. ati-ṣṭu (√stu), to go on too far in reciting hymns of praise, PBr. Lāṭy

atiṣṭhat

  1. á-tiṣṭhat mfn. not standing, unstable RV

atiṣṭhā

  1. ati-ṣṭhā (√sthā), to be at the head of, govern RV. AV
  2. to jut over or out TBr

atiṣṭhā

  1. ati-ṣṭhā́ f. precedence, superiority ŚBr. &c
  2. (as). mf. or ati-ṣṭhā́van, in. or atiṣṭhā́-vat āV., mfn. superior in standing, surpassing

atisaṃdhā

  1. ati-saṃ-√dhā to overreach, deceive Śāk
  2. to wrong or injure VarBṛ

atisandham

  1. ati-sandhám ind. so as to violate an agreement or any fixed order ŚBr

atisaṃdhāna

  1. ati-saṃ-dhāna n. overreaching, cheating

atisandhita

  1. ati-sandhita mfn. overreached, cheated

atisaṃdheya

  1. ati-saṃ-dheya mfn. easy to be conciliated, easy to be settled

atisarva

  1. ati-sarva mfn. superior to all Pāṇ. Sch
  2. m. the Supreme

atisāṃvatsara

  1. ati-sāṃvatsara mfn. extending over more than a year Mn

atisāmyā

  1. ati-sāmyā f. the sweet juice of the Bengal Madder, Rubia Manjīth

atisṛ

  1. ati-√sṛ Caus. to cause to pass through: Pass. -sāryate
  2. to be purged Suśr

atisara

  1. ati-sará m. effort, exertion AV

atisāra

  1. ati-sāra or m. purging, dysentery

atīsāra

  1. atī-sāra m. purging, dysentery

atisārakin

  1. ati-sārakin or mfn. afflicted with purging or dysentery

atīsārakin

  1. atī-sārakin or mfn. afflicted with purging or dysentery

atisārin

  1. ati-sārin or mfn. afflicted with purging or dysentery

atisārin

  1. ati-sārin mfn. afflicted with purging or dysentery

atisṛj

  1. ati-√sṛj to glide over or along RV
  2. to send away dismiss, abandon
  3. to leave as a remnant, to remit, forgive
  4. to give away, present, to create in a higher degree ŚBr. xiv

atisarga

  1. ati-sargá m. act of parting with, dismissal, giving away
  2. granting permission, leave
  3. atisargám √1. dá, to bid any one farewell MaitrS

atisarjana

  1. ati-sarjana am n. the act of giving away, granting
  2. liberality
  3. a gift
  4. sending out of the world, killing

atisṛjya

  1. ati-sṛjya mfn. to be dismissed ŚBr ....

atisṛṣṭi

  1. áti-sṛṣṭi f. a higher creation ŚBr. xiv

atisṛp

  1. ati-√sṛp to glide or creep over, get over RV. &c

atisena

  1. ati-sena m. N. of a prince

atisev

  1. ati-√sev to use or enjoy immoderately, to practise excessively
  2. cf. ati-sevā s.v. ati

atisauparṇa

  1. ati-sauparṇa mfn. superior to (the powers of) Suparṇa or Garuḍa

atistri

  1. ati-stri mf(is, or ī)n. surpassing a woman L
  2. Gram. 123. b

atisraṃs

  1. ati-√sraṃs to drop or turn away from, to escape RV. vi, 11, 6

atisru

  1. ati-√sru to flow over or flow excessively

atisrāvita

  1. ati-srāvita mfn. caused to flow excessively (as a wound) Suśr

atisruta

  1. ati-sruta mfn. that which has been flowing over (N. of Soma) VS

atisvṛ

  1. ati-√svṛ to hold or sustain a note PBr. ChUp

atisvārya

  1. ati-svārya mfn. the last of the seven notes TS. Prāt. [Page 16, Column]

atihan

  1. ati-√han Desid. -jighāṃsati (for -jighāsati fr. √2. hā?), to try to escape AitBr

atihata

  1. ati-hata mfn. firmly fixed ŚBr
  2. utterly destroyed Car

atihastaya

  1. ati-hastaya Nom. (fr. ati-hasta), P. atihastayati, to stretch out the hands
  2. (fr. atihastin), to overtake on an elephant

atihā

  1. ati-hā √2. to jump over RV. &c
  2. to pass jumping from one place to another

atihimam

  1. ati-himam ind. after the frost
  2. past the cold

atihṛ

  1. ati-√hṛ to hold over
  2. to reach over
  3. to cause to jut over
  4. to add

atihve

  1. ati-√hve (1. sg. Ā. -hvaye), to call over to one's side TBr

atī

  1. atī7 (√i) cl. 2. P. aty-eti, -etum, to pass by, elapse, pass over, overflow
  2. to pass on
  3. to get over
  4. (Ved. Inf. áty-etavai), to pass through RV. v, 83, 10
  5. to defer
  6. to enter
  7. to overcome, overtake, outdo
  8. to pass by, neglect
  9. to overstep, violate
  10. to be redundant
  11. to die: Intens. atī7yate, to overcome

atīta

  1. atī7ta mfn. gone by, past, passed away, dead
  2. one who has gone through or got over or beyond, one who has passed by or neglected
  3. negligent
  4. passed, left behind
  5. excessive
  6. m. N. of a particular Śaiva sect
  7. (am) n. the past

atītakala

  1. ○kala m. the past time or tense

atītanauka

  1. ○nauka mfn. passed out of a ship, landed

atītvarī

  1. atī74tvarī f. a female transgressor, bad woman VS

atyaya

  1. aty-aya

atyāya

  1. aty-āya s.v

atīkṣṇa

  1. á-tīkṣṇa mfn. not sharp, blunt
  2. not severe or rigid

atīndriya

  1. atīndriya mfn. beyond the (cognizance of the) senses
  2. m. (in Sāṅkhya phil.) the soul
  3. (am), n. N. of Pradhāna
  4. the mind

atīreka

  1. atī-reká ati-√ric

atīva

  1. atī7va ind. exceedingly, very
  2. excessively, too
  3. quite
  4. surpassing (with acc.): Compar. atī7va-tarām ind. exceedingly, excessively Śiś. iv. 25

atīvra

  1. a-tīvra mfn. not sharp, blunt
  2. not pungent

atīṣ

  1. atī7ṣ (√īṣ), to pass by (acc.) MaitrS

atīsāra

  1. atī-sāra and ati-√sṛ

atuñga

  1. a-tuñga mfn. not tall, short, dwarfish

atunda

  1. a-tunda mfn. not stout, thin

atura

  1. á-tura mfn. not liberal, not rich AV

atula

  1. a-tula mfn. unequalled
  2. m. (destitute of weight), the Sesamum seed and plant

atulya

  1. a-tulya mfn. unequalled

atuṣa

  1. a-tuṣá mfn. without husks ŚBr

atuṣārakara

  1. a-tuṣāra-kara m. 'having not cold rays', the sun

atuṣṭi

  1. a-tuṣṭi f. displeasure, discontent

atuhina

  1. a-tuhina not cold,

atuhinadhāman

  1. ○dhāman or m. 'having not cold light', the sun VarBṛS

atuhinaraśmi

  1. ○raśmi or m. 'having not cold light', the sun VarBṛS

atuhinaruci

  1. ○ruci m. 'having not cold light', the sun VarBṛS

atūtuji

  1. á-tūtuji mfn. not quick, slow RV. vii, 28, 3

atūrta

  1. á-tūrta [RV. viii, 99,] or a-tū́rta ṛV., mfn. not outrun, not outdone, not obstructed, unhurt
  2. (a-tū́rtam), n. illimited space RV. x, 149, 1

atūrtadakṣa

  1. ○dakṣa m. 'having designs that cannot be obstructed', N. of the Aśvins RV. viii, 26, 1

atūrtapathin

  1. ○pathin (átūrta-), m(nom. -panthās)fn. having a path that cannot be obstructed RV

atṛṇāda

  1. á-tṛṇâda m. 'not an eater of grass', a newly-born calf ŚBr. xiv

atṛṇyā

  1. a-tṛṇyā f. a small quantity or short supply of grass Pāṇ. 6-2, 156 Sch

atṛdila

  1. á-tṛdila mfn. 'having no interstices', solid RV. x, 94, 11

atṛpa

  1. a-tṛpá mfn. not satisfied RV. iv, 5, 14. [Page 16, Column]

atṛpṇuvat

  1. átṛpṇuvat mfn. insatiable RV. iv, 19, 3

atṛpta

  1. a-tṛpta mfn. unsatisfied, insatiable, eager

atṛptadṛś

  1. ○dṛś mfn. looking with eagerness

atṛpti

  1. a-tṛpti f. unsatisfied condition, insatiability

atṛṣita

  1. á-tṛṣita mfn. not thirsty, not greedy RV. x, 94, 11

atṛṣṇaj

  1. á-tṛṣṇaj mfn. not thirsty RV. x, 94, 11

atṛṣya

  1. a-tṛṣyá mfn. beyond the reach of thirst AV

atṛṣyat

  1. á-tṛṣyat mfn. not thirsting after, not greedy, not eager RV. i, 71, 3

atejas

  1. a-tejas as n. absence of brightness or vigour
  2. dimness, shade, shadow
  3. feebleness, dulness, insignificance
  4. (a-tejás), mfn. āV. or a-tejáska "ṣBr. xiv or a-tejasvin mfn. not bright, dim, not vigorous

atejomaya

  1. a-tejo-máya mfn. not consisting of light or brightness ŚBr. xiv

atoṣaṇīya

  1. a-toṣaṇīya mfn. not to be pleased or appeased

atka

  1. átka as, (√at), m. a traveller L
  2. a limb or member L
  3. armour, mail, garment RV
  4. N. of an Asura RV

atkila

  1. atkila m. N. of an ancient Ṛishi (utkila, q.v.) ĀśvŚr

attali

  1. attali m. N. of a man

attavya

  1. attavya mfn. (√ad), fit or proper to be eaten Mn

atti

  1. átti m. an eater ŚBr. xiv

attṛ

  1. attṛ tā m. an eater AV. &c., f. attrī́ TS

attā

  1. attā f. (probably a colloquialism borrowed from the Deccan, said to occur chiefly in dramas), a mother L
  2. mother's sister L
  3. elder L
  4. (in Prākṛit) a mother-in-law L. akkā

atti

  1. atti is, or f. elder sister L

attikā

  1. attikā f. elder sister L

attra

  1. attra 3. and 4. atra, p. 17, col. 2

attri

  1. attri átri, p. 17, col. 2

atna

  1. atna as, or atnu m. (√at), the sun L

atya

  1. átya (2, 3), m. a courser, steed RV

atyaṃhas

  1. áty-aṃhas mfn. beyond the reach of evil or distress VS

atyaṃha

  1. aty-aṃhá as
  2. m. N. of a man TBr

atyagni

  1. aty-agni m. too rapid digestion
  2. (mfn.), surpassing fire

atyagnisomārka

  1. ○somârka mfn. brighter than fire or the moon or the sun

atyagniṣṭoma

  1. aty-agniṣṭoma m. N. of the second of the seven modifications of the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice
  2. the Vedic verse chanted at the close of that ceremony

atyagra

  1. áty-agra mfn. whose point is jutting over TS

atyaṅkuśa

  1. aty-aṅkuśa mfn. past or beyond the (elephant-driver's) hook, unmanageable

atyaṅgula

  1. aty-aṅgula mfn. exceeding an aṅgula (finger's breadth)

atyatikram

  1. aty-ati-√kram to approach for sexual intercourse MBh

atyatiric

  1. aty-ati-√ric Pass. -ricyate, to surpass exceedingly

atyanila

  1. aty-anila mfn. surpassing the wind

atyanusṛ

  1. aty-anu-√sṛ Caus

atyanusṛsārayati

  1. aty-anu-√sṛ--sārayati to pursue excessively MBh

atyanta

  1. aty-anta mfn. beyond the proper end or limit
  2. excessive, very great, very strong
  3. endless, unbroken, perpetual
  4. absolute, perfect
  5. (am), ind. excessively, exceedingly, in perpetuity, absolutely, completely
  6. to the end
  7. (āya), dat. ind. for ever, perpetually Pat
  8. quite Pat

atyantakopana

  1. ○kopana mfn. very passionate

atyantaga

  1. ○ga mfn. going very much or very fast Pāṇ. 3-2, 48

atyantagata

  1. ○gata mfn. completely pertinent
  2. always applicable Nir
  3. gone forever Ragh

atyantagati

  1. ○gati f. complete accomplishment
  2. (in Gr.) the sense of 'completely

atyantagāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. = -ga above

atyantaguṇin

  1. ○guṇin mfn. having extraordinary qualities

atyantatiraskṛtavācyadhvani

  1. ○tiraskṛta-vācya-dhvani f. (in rhetoric) a metaphoric

atyantapiḍana

  1. ○piḍana n. act of giving excessive pain

atyantavāsin

  1. ○vāsin m. a student who perpetually resides with his teacher. [Page 17, Column]

atyantasaṃyoga

  1. ○saṃyoga m. (in Gr.) immediate proximity

atyantasamparka

  1. ○samparka m. excessive sexual intercourse

atyantasukumāra

  1. ○sukumāra mfn. very tender
  2. m. a kind of grain, Panicum Italicum

atyantābhāva

  1. atyantâbhāva m. absolute non-existence

atyantika

  1. áty-antika mfn. too close
  2. (am), n. too great nearness ŚBr

atyantīna

  1. atyantīna mfn. going far Pāṇ. 5-2, 11

atyabhisṛta

  1. aty-abhi-sṛta mfn. (√sṛ), having approached too much, having come too close MBh. i, 3854

atyaya

  1. aty-aya m. (fr. √i with ati, atī7), passing, lapse, passage
  2. passing away, perishing, death
  3. danger, risk, evil, suffering
  4. transgression, guilt, vice
  5. getting at, attacking Yājñ. ii, 1 2
  6. overcoming, mastering (mentally)
  7. a class ChUp

atyayika

  1. atyayika ātyayika

atyayin

  1. atyayin mfn. passing Pāṇ. 3-2, 157

atyarāti

  1. aty-arāti m. N. of a son of Janantapa AitBr

atyartha

  1. aty-artha mfn. 'beyond the proper worth', exorbitant, excessive
  2. (am), ind. excessively, exceedingly

atyard

  1. aty-√ard to press hard, distress greatly Bhaṭṭ

atyarh

  1. aty-√arh (Subj. -arhāt), to excel in worth RV. ii, 23, 15

atyavasṛj

  1. aty-ava-√sṛj to let loose, let go

atyavi

  1. áty-avi m. passing over or through the strainer (consisting of sheep's wool or a sheep's tail
  2. said of the Soma) RV

atyaś

  1. aty-aś √2. to precede in eating ŚBr. MBh
  2. to eat too much Bhag

atyaṣṭi

  1. aty-aṣṭi f. a metre (of four lines, each containing seventeen syllables)
  2. the number seventeen

atyaṣṭisāmagrī

  1. ○sāmagrī f. N. of wk

atyas

  1. aty-as √1. (Imper. -astu) to excel, surpass RV. vii, 1, 14 AV

atyas

  1. aty-as √2. to shoot beyond, overwhelm, overpower (as with arrows)

atyasta

  1. aty-asta mfn. one who has shot or cast beyond Pāṇ. 2-1, 24

atyāsam

  1. aty-āsam ind. ifc. after the lapse of (e.g. dvyahâtyāsam, after the lapse of two days) Pāṇ. 3-4, 57 Sch

atyaham

  1. aty-aham surpassing me
  2. surpassing self-consciousness NṛisUp
  3. Pāṇ. 7-2, 97 Sch

atyahna

  1. aty-ahna mfn. exceeding a day in duration Pāṇ. 5-4, 88 Sch

atyākara

  1. aty-ā-kara m. (√1. kṛ), contempt, blame Pāṇ. 5-1, 134

atyākram

  1. aty-ā-√kram (ind. p. -krámya) to walk past TS. ŚBr

atyācāra

  1. aty-ācāra m. performance of works of supererogation
  2. (mfn.), negligent of or departing from the established customs

atyāditya

  1. aty-āditya mfn. surpassing the sun

atyādṛ

  1. aty-ā-√dṛ to take great care of, be anxious about

atyādham

  1. aty-ā-√dham -dhamati, to breathe violently Suśr

atyādhā

  1. aty-ā-√dhā to place in a higher rank ŚBr

atyādhāna

  1. aty-ā-dhāna n. act of imposing or placing upon Pāṇ
  2. imposition, deception L

atyāhita

  1. aty-ā-hita mfn. disagreeable MBh. &c., (am), n. disagreeableness Śāk. &c. (Prākṛit accāhida)

atyāya

  1. aty-ā́ya m. (√i), the act of going beyond, transgression, excess Pāṇ. 3-1, 141, (am, 4), ind. going beyond RV. viii, 101, 14

atyāyat

  1. aty-ā-√yat Ā. to make extraordinary efforts far (loc.) Daś

atyāyā

  1. aty-ā-√yā to pass by RV

atyāyu

  1. atyāyu n. N. of a sacrificial vessel PBr. [Page 17, Column]

atyāla

  1. aty-āla m. Plumbago Rosea

atyāśramin

  1. aty-āśramin ī m. 'superior to the (four) Āśramas', an ascetic of the highest degree

atyāsad

  1. aty-ā-√sad Caus. ind. p. -sādya, passing through

atyāsanna

  1. aty-ā-sanna mfn. being too close

atyāsṛ

  1. aty-ā-√sṛ to run near Kauś

atyāsārin

  1. aty-ā-sārín mfn. flowing near violently TS

atyuktā

  1. aty-uktā or -ukthā f. N. of a class of metres (of four lines, each containing two syllables)

atyukṣ

  1. aty-ukṣ √2. (perf. 2. sg. -vavakṣitha) to surpass RV

atyutkram

  1. aty-ut-√kram to surpass, excel

atyuddhā

  1. aty-ud-dhā (√2. hā), to surpass ŚBr. xiv

atyupadha

  1. aty-upadha mfn. superior to any test, tried, trustworthy L

atyupayaj

  1. aty-upa-√yaj to continue offering sacrifices ŚBr

atyuh

  1. aty-√uh aty- √1. ūh

atyūmaśā

  1. aty-ūmaśā ind. a particle of abuse (used in comp. with √1. as, bhū, 1. kṛ
  2. g. ūry-ādi, q.v.)

atyūrmi

  1. áty-ūrmi mfn. overflowing, bubbling over RV. ix, 17, 3

atyūh

  1. aty-ūh √1. to convey across. Spelt aty-uh in some forms, possibly belonging to √vah

atyūh

  1. aty-ūh √2. ūh, -ohate, to contemn RV. viii, 69, 14

atyūha

  1. aty-ūha m. excessive deliberation
  2. a gallinule, a peacock Car
  3. (ā), f. the plant Jasminum Villosum or Nyctanthes Tristis

atyṛj

  1. aty-√ṛj to convey across (towards an object), admit to AitBr

atyeṣ

  1. aty-√eṣ (Subj. 2. sg. -eṣas) to glide over AV. ix, 5, 9

atra

  1. á-tra (or Ved. áṭrā), ind. (fr. pronominal base a
  2. often used in sense of loc. case asmin), in this matter, in this respect
  3. in this place, here at this time, there, then

atradaghna

  1. ○daghná mf(ā́)n. reaching so far up, having this (or that) stature ŚBr

atrabhavat

  1. ○bhavat mfn. his Honour, your Honour, &c. (used honorifically in dramatic language)

atraiva

  1. atrâiva ind. on this very spot

atratya

  1. atratya mfn. connected with this place, produced or found here L

atra

  1. a-tra mfn. (√tras), (only for the etym. of kṣattra), 'not enjoying or affording protection' BṛĀrUp

atra

  1. atrá m. (for at tra, fr. √ad), a devourer, demon RV. AV., a Rākshasa

atra

  1. atra n. (for at-tra), food RV. x, 79, 2

atri

  1. atri m. (for at-tri, fr. √ad), a devourer RV. ii, 8, 5, N. of a great Ṛishi, author of a number of Vedic hymns
  2. (in astron.) one of the seven stars of the Great Bear
  3. (atrayas), pl. m. the descendants of Atri

atricaturaha

  1. ○caturaha m. 'the four days of Atri', N. of a sacrifice

atrijāta

  1. ○jāta m. 'produced by Atri', the moon

atridṛgja

  1. ○dṛg-ja or m. 'produced by Atri's look', the moon, (in arithm.) the number one

atrinetraja

  1. ○netra-ja or m. 'produced by Atri's look', the moon, (in arithm.) the number one

atrinetraprasūta

  1. ○netra-prasūta or m. 'produced by Atri's look', the moon, (in arithm.) the number one

atrinetraprabhava

  1. ○netra-prabhava or m. 'produced by Atri's look', the moon, (in arithm.) the number one

atrinetrasūta

  1. ○netra-sūta or m. 'produced by Atri's look', the moon, (in arithm.) the number one

atrinetrabhū

  1. ○netra-bhū m. 'produced by Atri's look', the moon, (in arithm.) the number one

atribhāradvājikā

  1. ○bhāradvājikā f. marriage of descendants of Atri with those of Bhāradvāja

atrivat

  1. ○vat ind. like Atri RV

atrisamhitā

  1. ○samhitā or f. the code ascribed to Atri

atrismṛti

  1. ○smṛti f. the code ascribed to Atri

atrin

  1. atrín ī m. a devourer, demon RV., a Rākshasa

atrapa

  1. a-trapa mfn. destitute of shame

atrapu

  1. a-trapú or a-trapús mfn. not tinned MaitrS. Kāṭh. KapS

atrasnu

  1. á-trasnu [ŚBr. Ragh. xiv, 4] or a-trāsa mfn. fearless

atrijāta

  1. a-tri-jāta mfn. 'not born thrice' (but twice), a man belonging to one of the first three classes, [for atri-jāta, under atri.]

atvakka

  1. a-tvák-ka ṭṣ. or a-tvác "ṣBr. mfn. skinless. [Page 17, Column]

atvarā

  1. a-tvarā f. freedom from haste

atha

  1. átha (or Ved. áthā), ind. (probably fr. pronom. base a), an auspicious and inceptive particle (not easily expressed in English), now
  2. then
  3. moreover
  4. rather
  5. certainly
  6. but
  7. else
  8. what? how else? &c

athakim

  1. ○kim ind. how else? what else? certainly, assuredly, sure enough

athakimu

  1. ○kimu ind. how much more
  2. so much the more

athaca

  1. ○ca ind. moreover, and likewise

athatu

  1. ○tu ind. but, on the contrary

athavā

  1. ○vā ind. or or, rather
  2. (when repeated) either or
  3. or rather
  4. or perhaps
  5. what? is it not so? &c

athavāpi

  1. ○vâpi ind. or, rather

athātas

  1. athâtas ind. now

athānantaram

  1. athânantaram ind. now

athāpi

  1. athâpi ind. so much the more
  2. moreover
  3. therefore
  4. thus

atho

  1. áthô ind. ( = atha above), now
  2. likewise
  3. next
  4. therefore

athovā

  1. ○vā ind. = atha-vā Mn. iii, 202

athari

  1. atharí is, or atharī́ f. (said to be fr. √at, to go, or fr. an obsolete √ath), flame [Gmn
  2. 'the point of an arrow or of a lance' NBD
  3. 'finger' Naigh.] RV. iv, 6, 8

atharya

  1. atharya Vṣ. and mfn. flickering, lambent

atharyū

  1. atharyū́ [RV. vii, 1,], mfn. flickering, lambent

atharya

  1. atharya Nom. P. atharyati, to move tremulously, flicker Naigh

atharvan

  1. átharvan ā m. (said to be fr. an obsolete word athar, fire), a priest who has to do with fire and Soma
  2. N. of the priest who is said to have been the first to institute the worship of fire and offer Soma and prayers (he is represented as a Prajāpati, as Brahmā's eldest son, as the first learner and earliest teacher of the Brahma-vidyā, as the author of the Atharva-veda, as identical with Aṅgiras, as the father of Agni, &c.)
  3. N. of Śiva, Vasishṭha [Kir. x, 1], Soma, Prāṇa
  4. (ā, a), m. n. the fourth or Atharva-veda (said to have been composed by Atharvan, and consisting chiefly of formulas and spells intended to counteract diseases and calamities)
  5. (átharvāṇas). pl. m. descendants of Atharvan, often coupled with those of Aṅgiras and Bhṛigu
  6. the hymns of the Atharva-veda

atharva

  1. atharva (in comp. for atharvan)

atharvabhūta

  1. ○bhūta ās m. pl. 'who have become Atharvans', N. of the twelve Maharshis

atharvavat

  1. ○vát ind. like Atharvan or his descendants RV

atharvavid

  1. ○vid m. one versed in the Atharva-veda (a qualification essential to the special class of priests called Brahmans)

atharvaveda

  1. ○veda m. N. of the fourth Veda ( above)

atharvaśikhā

  1. ○śikhā f. N. of an Upanishad

atharvaśiras

  1. ○śiras n. id
  2. N. of a kind of brick TBr
  3. (ās), m. N. of Mahāpurusha

atharvahṛdaya

  1. ○hṛdaya n. N. of a Pariśishṭa

atharvāṅgirasa

  1. atharvâṅgirasa m. a member of the sacerdotal race or class called atharvâṅgirasa m. pl., i.e. the descendants of Atharvan and of Aṅgiras, the hymns of the Atharva-veda,

atharvāṅgirasa

  1. atharvâṅgirasa mfn. cennected with the sacerdotal class called Atharvāṅgiras
  2. (am), n. the work or office of the Atharvāṅgiras
  3. (ās), m. pl. the hymns of the Atharva-veda

atharva

  1. atharva m. N. of Brahmā's eldest son (to whom he revealed the Brahma-vidyā) MuṇḍUp

atharvaṇa

  1. atharvaṇa m. N. of Śiva

atharvaṇi

  1. atharvaṇi is, better

ātharvaṇi

  1. ātharvaṇi m. a Brāhman versed in the Atharva veda L., a family priest L

atharvāṇa

  1. atharvāṇa n. the Atharva-veda or the ritual of it MBh

atharvāṇavid

  1. ○vid m. one versed in that ritual

atharvī

  1. atharvī́ f. ['female priest' Gmn. BR.] pierced by the point (of an arrow or of a lance) RV. i, 112, 10
  2. cf. athari

ad

  1. ad cl.2. P. átts, āda, atsyati, attum, to eat, consume, devour, Ved. Inf. áttave RV.: Caus. ādáyati and ○te (once adayate āap"ṣr.) to feed [Lith. edmi ; Slav. jamj for jadmj
  2. Gk. ? ; Lat. edo ; Goth. √āṭ pres. ita ; Germ. [Page 17, Column] essen ; Eng. to eat, Arm. utem]

adādi

  1. ad-ādi mfn. belonging to the second class of roots called ad, &c., Pāṇ. 2-4, 72

attavya

  1. attavya

atti

  1. átti

attṛ

  1. attṛ́ 4

atra

  1. átra &c., s.v. 2

ad

  1. ad mfn. ifc. 'eating', as matsyâd, eating fish

ada

  1. ada or mfn. chiefly ifc., eating

adaka

  1. adaka mfn. chiefly ifc., eating

adat

  1. adát mfn. eating RV. x, 4, 4, &c

adana

  1. ádana n. act of eating
  2. food RV. vi, 59, 3

adanīya

  1. adanīya mfn. to be eaten, what may be eaten

adman

  1. ádman

adya

  1. adya

advan

  1. advan s.v

adakṣa

  1. a-dakṣa mfn. not dexterous, unskilful, awkward

adakṣiṇa

  1. a-dakṣiṇá mfn. not dexterous, not handy, not right, left
  2. inexperienced, simple-minded, not giving or bringing in a dakshiṇā or present to the priest RV. x, 61, 10, &c. [Page 18, Column]

adakṣiṇatva

  1. ○tva n. awkwardness
  2. not bringing in a dakshiṇā

adakṣiṇīya

  1. adakṣiṇīyá mfn. not entitled to a dakshiṇā ŚBr

adakṣiṇya

  1. adakṣiṇyá mfn. not fit to be used as a dakshiṇā TS

adagdha

  1. a-dagdha mfn. not burnt

adaṇḍa

  1. a-daṇḍa mfn. exempt from punishment
  2. (am), n. impunity

adaṇḍanīya

  1. a-daṇḍanīya mfn. = a-daṇḍyá

adaṇḍyā

  1. a-daṇḍyâ mfn. not deserving punishment PBr. Mn. &c
  2. exempt from it ŚBr. Mn. viii, 335

adat

  1. a-dát ṛV. or adatka Chūp., mfn. toothless. (For 1. adát, above.)

adatta

  1. á-datta mfn. not given
  2. given unjustly
  3. not given in marriage
  4. one who has given nothing AV
  5. (ā), f. an unmarried girl
  6. (am), n. a donation which is null and void Comm. on Yājñ

adattvā

  1. á-dattvā ind. not having given AV. xii, 4, 19, &c

adatrayā

  1. a-datrayā́ ind. not through a present RV. v, 49, 3

adadryañc

  1. adadry-añc aṅ, īcī, ak (fr. adas + añc), inclining or going to that L

adana

  1. ádana adanīya, √ad

adanta

  1. a-danta mfn. toothless
  2. m. a leech L

adantaka

  1. a-dantáka ṭṣ. or mfn. toothless

adantaka

  1. a-dántaka "ṣBr., mfn. toothless

adantya

  1. a-dantya mfn. not suitable for the teeth
  2. not dental, (am), n. toothlessness

adanta

  1. ad-anta mfn. (in Gr.) ending in at i.e. in the short inherent vowel a

adabdha

  1. á-dabdha mfn. (√dambh, or dabh), not deceived or tampered with, unimpaired, unbroken, pure RV

adabdhadhiti

  1. ○dhiti (ádabdha-), mfn. whose works are unimpaired RV. vi, 51, 3

adabdhavratapramati

  1. ○vratapramati (ádabdha-), mfn. of unbroken observances and superior mind (or 'of superior mind from having unbroken observances') RV. ii, 9, 1

adabdhāya

  1. adabdhâya m. having unimpaired vigour (or 'leaving uninjured the man who sacrifices') VS

adabdhāsu

  1. ádabdhâsu mfn. having a pure life AV. v, 1, 1

adabha

  1. a-dábha mfn. not injuring, benevolent RV. v, 86, 5

adabhra

  1. á-dabhra mfn. not scanty, plentiful RV. viii, 47, 6
  2. strong

adambha

  1. a-dambha mfn. free from deceit, straightforward, m. N. of Śiva
  2. absence of deceit
  3. straightforwardness

adambhitva

  1. a-dambhi-tva n. sincerity

adamudryañc

  1. adamudry-añc aṅ, īcī, ak, going to that L

adamuyañc

  1. adamuy-añc or id. L

adamūyañc

  1. adamūy-añc id. L

adamya

  1. a-damya mfn. untamable

adaya

  1. a-dayá mfn. (√day), merciless, unkind RV. x, 103, 7, (am), ind. ardently

adayālu

  1. a-dayālu mfn. unkind

adara

  1. a-dara mfn. not little, much

adaraka

  1. adaraka m. N. of a man

adarśa

  1. a-darśa (for ā-darśa), m. a mirror

adarśa

  1. a-darśa m. day of new moon

adarśana

  1. a-darśana n. non-vision, not seeing
  2. disregard, neglect, non-appearance, latent condition disappearance, (mfn.), invisible, latent

adarśanapatha

  1. ○patha n. a path beyond the reach of vision

adarśanīya

  1. a-darśanīya mfn. invisible, (am), n. invisible condition

adala

  1. a-dala mfn. leafless, (ás), m. the plant Eugenia (or Barringtonia) Acutangula, (ā), f. Socotorine Aloe (Perfoliata or Indica)

adaśan

  1. a-daśan a, not ten ŚBr

adaśamāsya

  1. á-daśamāsya mfn. not ten months old ŚBr

adas

  1. adás nom. mf. asaú (voc. ásau MaitrS.), n. adás, (opposed to idám, q.v.), that, a certain, (adas), ind. thus, so, there

adahkṛtya

  1. adahkṛtya having done that

adobhavati

  1. ado-bhavati he becomes that

adomaya

  1. ado-máya mfn. made of that, containing that ŚBr. xiv

adomūla

  1. ado-mūla mfn. rooted in that. [Page 18, Column]

adayīya

  1. adayīya mf(ī)n. belonging to that or those Naish

adasya

  1. adasya Nom. P. adasyati, to become that

adākṣiṇya

  1. a-dākṣiṇya n. incivility

adātṛ

  1. a-dātṛ mfn. not giving
  2. not liberal, miserly
  3. not giving (a daughter) in marriage
  4. not paying, not liable to payment

adāna

  1. á-dāna n. (√1. dā), not giving, act of withholding AV. &c
  2. (mfn.), not giving

adānya

  1. a-dānyá mfn. not giving, miserly AV

adāman

  1. a-dāmán mfn. not liberal, miserly RV

adāyin

  1. a-dāyin mfn. not giving Nir

adāśu

  1. á-dāśu [RV. i, 174,] or

adāśuri

  1. á-dāśuri [RV. viii, 45, 1] or

adāśvas

  1. á-dāśvas [RV
  2. Compar. ádāśūṣṭara RV. viii, 81,], mfn. not worshipping the deities, impious

aditi

  1. á-diti f. having nothing to give, destitution RV
  2. for 2. aditi, 3. á-diti, below

adānta

  1. a-dānta mfn. unsubdued

adābhya

  1. á-dābhya (3, 4), mfn. free from deceit, trusty
  2. not to be trifled with RV
  3. m. N. of a libation (graha) in the Jyotishṭoma sacrifice

adāyāda

  1. a-dāyādá mf(ī́, in later texts ā) n. not entitled to be an heir
  2. destitute of heirs

adāyika

  1. a-dāyika mfn. unclaimed from want of persons entitled to inherit
  2. not relating to inheritance

adāra

  1. a-dāra m. having no wife

adārasṛt

  1. á-dāra-sṛt mfn. not falling into a crack or rent AV., N. of a Sāman PBr

adāsa

  1. a-dāsa m. 'not a slave', a free man

adāhuka

  1. á-dāhuka mfn. not consuming by fire MaitrS

adāhya

  1. a-dāhya mfn. incombustible

adikka

  1. a-díkka mfn. having no share in the horizon, banished from beneath the sky ŚBr

aditi

  1. aditi m. (√ad), devourer, i.e. death BṛĀrUp

aditi

  1. á-diti mfn. (√4. dā or do, dyati
  2. for 1. á-diti, above), not tied, free RV. vii, 52, 1, boundless, unbroken, entire, unimpaired, happy RV. VS., (is), f. freedom, security, safety
  3. boundlessness, immensity, inexhaustible abundance, unimpaired condition, perfection, creative power, N. of one of the most ancient of the Indian goddesses ('Infinity' or the 'Eternal and Infinite Expanse', often mentioned in RV., daughter of Daksha and wife of Kaśyapa, mother of the Ādityas and of the gods)
  4. a cow, milk RV
  5. the earth Naigh
  6. speech Naigh. (cf. RV. viii, 101, 15)
  7. (ī), f. du. heaven and earth Naigh

aditija

  1. ○ja m. a son of Aditi, an Āditya, a divine being

adititva

  1. ○tvá n. the condition of Aditi, or of freedom, unbrokenness RV. vii, 51, 1
  2. the state of the goddess Aditi BṛĀrUp

aditinandana

  1. ○nandana m.= -ja, q.v

aditsat

  1. á-ditsat [RV. vi, 53, 3, &c.] or a-ditsu mfn. (Desid. fr. √1. dā), not inclined to give

adiprabhṛti

  1. adi-prabhṛti = ad-ādi √ad

adīkṣita

  1. á-dīkṣita mfn. one who has not performed the initiatory ceremony (dīkṣā) connected with the Soma sacrifice
  2. one who is not concerned in that ceremony
  3. one who has not received Brāhmanical consecration

adīna

  1. á-dīna mfn. not depressed, nobleminded, m. N. of a prince (also called Ahīna)

adīnasattva

  1. ○sattva mfn. possessing unimpaired goodness

adīnātman

  1. adīnâtman mfn. undepressed in spirit

adīpta

  1. a-dīpta mfn. unilluminated

adīrgha

  1. á-dīrgha mfn. not long

adīrghaautra

  1. ○autra mfn. not tedious, prompt L

aduḥkha

  1. a-duḥkha mfn. free from evil or trouble, propitious

aduḥkhanavami

  1. ○navami f. the propitious ninth day in the first fortnight of Bhādrapada (when women worship Devii to avert evil for the ensuing year)

adugdha

  1. á-dugdha mfn. not milked out RV. vii, 32, 22, not sucked out Suśr

aducchuna

  1. a-ducchuná mfn. free from evil, propitious RV. ix, 61, 17

adurga

  1. a-durga mfn. not difficult of access
  2. destitute of a strong hold or fort. [Page 18, Column]

adurgaviṣaya

  1. ○viṣaya m. an unfortified country

adurmakha

  1. á-durmakha mfn. not reluctant, unremitting, cheerful RV. viii, 75, 14

adurmaṅgala

  1. á-durmaṅgala mf(nom. īḥ)n. not inauspicious RV. x, 85, 43

adurvṛtta

  1. a-durvṛtta mfn. not of a bad character or disposition

aduṣkṛt

  1. á-duṣ-kṛt mfn. not doing evil RV. iii, 33, 13

aduṣṭa

  1. a-duṣṭa mfn. not vitiated, not bad, not guilty Mn. viii, 388
  2. innocent

aduṣṭatva

  1. ○tva n. the being not vitiated
  2. innocence

adū

  1. á-dū mfn. dilatory, without zeal, not worshipping RV. vii, 4, 6

adūna

  1. á-dūna mfn. ( √du), uninjured

adūra

  1. a-dūra mfn. not distant, near
  2. (am), n. vicinity
  3. (e), (āt), (atas), ind. (with abl. or gen.) not far, near
  4. soon

adūrabhava

  1. ○bhava mfn. situated at no great distance

adūṣita

  1. a-dūṣita mfn. unvitiated
  2. unspotted, irreproachable

adūṣitadhī

  1. ○dhī mfn. possessing an uncorrupted mind

adṛḍha

  1. a-dṛḍha mfn. not firm
  2. not decided

adṛpita

  1. á-dṛpita mfn. not infatuated, not vain RV

adṛpta

  1. á-dṛpta mfn. id. RV

adṛptakratu

  1. ○kratu (ádṛpta-), mfn. sober-minded RV

adṛpyat

  1. a-dṛpyat mfn. not being infatuated RV. i, 151, 8

adṛś

  1. a-dṛś mfn. (√dṛś), blind L

adṛśya

  1. a-dṛśya mfn. invisible, latent
  2. not fit to be seen (cf. a-dreśya.)

adṛśyakaraṇa

  1. ○karaṇa n. act of rendering invisible
  2. N. of a part of a treatise on magic

adṛśyat

  1. a-dṛśyat mfn. invisible L., (atī), f. N. of Vasishṭha's daughter-in-law

adṛṣṭa

  1. a-dṛ́ṣṭa or mfn. unseen, unforeseen, invisible, not experienced, unobserved, unknown, unsanctioned

adṛṣṭa

  1. á-dṛṣṭa "ṣBr., mfn. unseen, unforeseen, invisible, not experienced, unobserved, unknown, unsanctioned
  2. m. N. of a particular venomous substance or of a species of vermin AV., (am), n. unforeseen danger or calamity, that which is beyond the reach of observation or consciousness, (especially the merit or demerit attaching to a man's conduct in one state of existence and the corresponding reward or punishment with which he is visited in another)
  3. destiny, fate: luck, bad luck

adṛṣṭakarman

  1. ○karman mfn. one who has not seen practice

adṛṣṭakāma

  1. ○kāma m. passionate attachment to an object that has never been seen

adṛṣṭaja

  1. ○ja mfn. produced or resulting from fate

adṛṣṭanara

  1. ○nara or m. a treaty concluded by the parties personally (in which no third mediator is seen)

adṛṣṭapuruṣa

  1. ○puruṣa m. a treaty concluded by the parties personally (in which no third mediator is seen)

adṛṣṭaparasāmarthya

  1. ○para-sāmarthya m. one who has not experienced the power of an enemy

adṛṣṭapurva

  1. ○purva mfn. never seen before

adṛṣṭaphala

  1. ○phala mfn. having consequences that are not yet visible
  2. (am), n. a result or consequence which is not yet visible or hidden in the future

adṛṣṭarupa

  1. ○rupa mfn. having an invisible shape

adṛṣṭavat

  1. ○vat mfn. connected with or arising from destiny
  2. lucky or unlucky, fortunate

adṛṣṭahan

  1. ○hán m. destroyer of venomous vermin RV. i, 191, 8 and 9

adṛṣṭārtha

  1. adṛṣṭârtha mfn. having an object not evident to the senses (as a science), transcendental

adṛṣṭāsrutapūrvatva

  1. adṛṣṭâsrutapūrvatva n. the state of never having been seen or heard before

adṛṣṭi

  1. a-dṛṣṭi is, or f. a displeased or malicious look, an evil eye L

adṛṣṭikā

  1. a-dṛṣṭikā f. a displeased or malicious look, an evil eye L

adeya

  1. a-deya mfn. improper or unfit to be given, (am) or n. an illegal gift

adeyadāna

  1. ○dāna n. an illegal gift

adeva

  1. á-deva mfn. not divine not of divine origin, not referring to any deity RV
  2. godless, impious RV., m. one who is not a god ŚBr. xiv Mn

adevamātrika

  1. ○mātrika mfn. 'not having the gods or clouds as mothers, not suckled by any deity', not rained upon

adevaka

  1. a-dévaka mf(ā)n. not referring to or intended for any deity ŚBr

adevatā

  1. a-devatā f. one who is not a deity Nir

adevatra

  1. á-devatra mfn. not devoted to the gods RV. v, 61, 6

adevayat

  1. á-devayat [RV. ii, 26,] or mfn. indifferent to the gods, irreligious

adevayu

  1. ádevayu ṛV., mfn. indifferent to the gods, irreligious

adaiva

  1. a-daiva mfn. not referring to or connected with the gods or with their action, not predetermined by them or by fate. [Page 19, Column]

adevṛghnī

  1. á-devṛ-ghnī f. not killing her brother-in-law AV. xiv, 2, 18

adeśa

  1. a-deśa m. a wrong place, an improper place

adeśakāla

  1. ○kāla n. wrong place and time

adeśaja

  1. ○ja mfn. produced in a wrong place

adeśastha

  1. ○stha mfn. out of place, in the wrong place
  2. one absent from his country, an absentee

adeśya

  1. a-deśya mfn. not on the spot, not present on the occasion referred to Mn. viii, 53 (vḷ. a-deśa)
  2. not to be ordered or advised

adomada

  1. a-doma-dá or a-doma-dhá mfn. not occasioning inconvenience AV

adomaya

  1. ado-máya &c. adás

adoha

  1. a-doha m. (√duh), the season when milking is impracticable KātyŚr

adogdhṛ

  1. a-dogdhṛ mfn. not milking
  2. not exacting
  3. not caring for BhP

adga

  1. ádga m. (√ad), a sacrificial cake (puroḍāśa) made of rice Uṇ
  2. a cane (?) AV. i, 27, 3

addhā

  1. ad-dhā́ ind. (fr. ad, or a, this), Ved. in this way
  2. manifestly
  3. certainly, truly

addhātama

  1. ○tama mfn. quite manifest AitĀr
  2. (ā́m), ind. most certainly ŚBr

addhāpuruṣa

  1. ○puruṣa m. an-addhāpuruṣá

addhābodheya

  1. ○bodheya ās m. pl. adherents of a particular Śākhā or recension of the white Yajur-veda

addhāti

  1. addhāti m. a sage RV. x, 85, 16 AV

addhjālohakarṇa

  1. addhjā-loha-kárṇa mfn. having ears quite red VS., cf. adhirūḍha-kárna

adbhuta

  1. adbhuta [once adbhutá RV. i, 120,], mfn. ( 1. at), supernatural, wonderful, marvellous, m. the marvellous (in style), surprise
  2. N. of the Indra of the ninth Manvantara, (am), n. a marvel, a wonder, a prodigy

adbhutakarman

  1. ○karman mfn. performing wonderful works, exhibiting wonderful workmanship

adbhutakratu

  1. ○kratu (ádbhuta-), mfn. possessing wonderful intelligence RV

adbhutagandha

  1. ○gandha mfn. having a wonderful smell

adbhutatama

  1. ○tama n. an extraordinary wonder

adbhutatva

  1. ○tva n. wonderfulness

adbhutadarśana

  1. ○darśana mfn. having a wonderful aspect

adbhutadharma

  1. ○dharma m. 'a system or series of marvels or prodigies', N. of one of the nine aṅgas of the Buddhists

adbhutabrāhmaṇa

  1. ○brāhmaṇa n. N. of a portion of a Brāhmaṇa belonging to the Sāma-veda

adbhutabhīmakarman

  1. ○bhīma-karman mfn. performing wonderful and fearful works

adbhutarasa

  1. ○rasa m. the marvellous style (of poetry)

adbhutarāmāyaṇa

  1. ○rāmāyaṇa n. N. of wk. ascribed to Vālmīki

adbhutarūpa

  1. ○rūpa mfn. having a wonderful shape

adbhutaśānti

  1. ○śānti m. or f. N. of the sixty-seventh Pariśishṭa of the Atharva veda

adbhutasaṃkāsa

  1. ○saṃkāsa mfn. resembling a wonder

adbhutasāra

  1. ○sāra m. wonderful resin' of the Khadira tree (Mimosa Catechu)
  2. N. of a book on the essence of prodigies

adbhutasvana

  1. ○svana m. 'having a wonderful voice', N. of Siva

adbhutainas

  1. ádbhutâinas mfn. one in whom no fault is visible RV

adbhutottarakāṇḍa

  1. adbhutottarakāṇḍa n. N. of wk., an appendix to or imitation of the Rāmāyaṇa

adbhutopama

  1. adbhutôpama mfn. resembling a wonder

adman

  1. ádman a n. (√ad), eating, a meal RV. i, 58, 2

adma

  1. adma (in comp. for adman)

admasad

  1. ○sád m. seated (with others) at a meal, companion at table RV

admasadya

  1. ○sádya n. commensality RV. viii, 43, 19

admasadvan

  1. ○sádvan mfn. companion at a meal RV. vi, 4, 4

admani

  1. admani m. fire Uṇ

admara

  1. admara mfn. gluttonous Pāṇ. 3-2, 160

adya

  1. adya mfn. fit or proper to be eaten
  2. (am), ifc. (cf. annádya, havir adya), n. food

adya

  1. a-dyá (Ved. adyā́), ind. (fr. pronom. base a, this, with dya for dyu, q.v., Lat. ho-dic), to-day
  2. now-a-days
  3. now

adyadina

  1. ○dina or m. n. the present day

adyadivasa

  1. ○divasa m. n. the present day

adyapūrvam

  1. ○pūrvam ind. before now

adyaprabhṛti

  1. ○prabhṛti ind. from and after to-day

adyaśva

  1. ○śva mfn. comprising the present and the following day PBr

adyaśvīna

  1. ○śvīna mfn. likely to happen to-day or (śvas) to-morrow Pāṇ. 5-2, 13, (ā), f. a female near delivery ib

adyasutyā

  1. ○sutyā́ f. preparation and consecration cf the Soma on the same day ŚBr. &c

adyāpi

  1. adyâpi ind. even now, just now
  2. to this day
  3. down to the present time
  4. henceforth

adyāvadhi

  1. adyâvadhi mfn. beginning or ending to-day
  2. from or till to-day

adyāśva

  1. adyā-śvá n. the present and the following day TS

adyaiva

  1. adyâiva ind. this very day

adyatana

  1. adyatana mf(ī)n. extending over or referring to to-day
  2. now-a-days, modern
  3. m. the period of a current day, either from midnight to midnight, or from dawn to dark [Page 19, Column]
  4. (ī), f. (in Gr.) the aorist tense (from its relating what has occurred on the same day)

adyatanabhūta

  1. ○bhūta m. the aorist

adyatanīya

  1. adyatanīya mfn. extending over or referring to to-day
  2. current now-a-days

adyu

  1. á-dyu mfn. not burning or not sharp RV. vii, 34, 12

adyut

  1. a-dyút mfn. destitute of brightness RV. vi, 39, 3

adyūtyā

  1. a-dyūtyâ (4), n. unlucky gambling RV. i, 112, 24
  2. (mfn.), not derived from gambling, honestly obtained

adrava

  1. a-drava mfn. not liquid

adravya

  1. a-dravya n. a nothing, a worthless thing
  2. (mfn.), having no possessions

adri

  1. ádri m. (√ad Uṇ.), a stone, a rock, a mountain
  2. a stone for pounding Soma with or grinding it on
  3. a stone for a sling, a thunderbolt
  4. a mountain-shaped mass of clouds
  5. a cloud (the mountains are the clouds personified, and regarded as the enemies of Indra)
  6. a tree L
  7. the sun L
  8. N. of a measure
  9. the number seven
  10. N. of a grandson of Pṛithu

adrikarṇī

  1. ○karṇī f. the plant Clitoria Ternatea Lin

adrikīlā

  1. ○kīlā f. the earth L

adrikṛtasthalī

  1. ○kṛta-sthalī f. N. of an Apsaras

adrija

  1. ○ja mfn. produced from or found among rocks or mountains, (ā), f. the plant Saiṃhalī, N. of Pārvatī or Durgā
  2. (am), n. red chalk

adrijā

  1. ○jā́ mfn. produced from (the friction of) stones RV. iv, 4, 5
  2. N. of the soul KaṭhUp

adrijūta

  1. ○jūta (ádri-), mfn. excited by (the friction of) stones RV. iii, 58, 8

adritanayā

  1. ○tanayā f. 'mountain-daughter', N. of Pārvatī
  2. N. of a metre (of four lines, each containing twenty-three syllables)

adridugdha

  1. ○dugdha (ádri-), mfn. not pressed out or extracted with stones RV

adridviṣ

  1. ○dviṣ m. the enemy of mountains or clouds, i.e. Indra L

adrinandinī

  1. ○nandinī f. N. of Pārvatī

adripati

  1. ○pati m. 'lord of mountains', the Himālaya

adribarhas

  1. ○barhas (adri-), mfn. fast as a rock RV. x, 63, 3 TBr

adribudhna

  1. ○budhna (ádri-), mfn. rooted in or produced on a rock or mountain RV. x, 108, 7 VS

adribhid

  1. ○bhíd mfn. splitting mountains or clouds RV. vi, 73, 1, (t), m. N. of Indra L

adribhu

  1. ○bhu mfn. mountain-born, found or living among mountains, (ūs), f. the plant Salvinia Cucullata

adrimātṛ

  1. ○mātṛ (ádri-), mfn. having a rock or mountain for a mother RV. ix, 86, 3

adrimūrdhan

  1. ○mūrdhan m. the head or summit of a mountain

adrirāj

  1. ○rāj or m. 'king of mountains', the Himālaya

adrirāja

  1. ○rāja m. 'king of mountains', the Himālaya

adrivat

  1. ○vat (voc. vas), m. armed with stones or thunderbolts RV

adrivahni

  1. ○vahni m. fire on or in a mountain or rock

adriśayya

  1. ○śayya m. 'having the mountain for a couch', Śiva L

adriśṛṅga

  1. ○śṛṅga n. a mountain-peak

adriṣuta

  1. ○ṣuta (ádri-), mfn. prepared with stones RV

adrisaṃhata

  1. ○saṃhata (ádri-), mfn. expressed with stones RV. ix, 98, 6

adrisānu

  1. ○sānu mfn. lingering on the mountains RV. vi, 65, 5

adrisāra

  1. ○sāra m. 'essence of stones' iron

adrisāramaya

  1. ○sāra-maya mfn. made of iron

adrīndra

  1. adrī7ndra or m. 'lord of mountains', the Himālaya

adrīśa

  1. adrī7śa m. 'lord of mountains', the Himālaya

adrikā

  1. adrikā f. N. of an Apsaras

adruh

  1. a-drúh (nom. a-dhrúk), mfn. free from malice or treachery RV

adruhāṇa

  1. a-druhāṇa [RV. v, 70,] or mfn. id

adruhvan

  1. a-druhvan ṣV., mfn. id

adrogha

  1. a-droghá mfn. free from falsehood, true RV., (á-drogham), ind. without falsehood RV. viii, 60, 4

adroghavāc

  1. ○vāc (ádrogha-), mfn. free from malice or treachery in speech RV. AV

adroghāvita

  1. ádroghâvita mfn. loving freedom from malice or treachery AV

adroha

  1. a-droha m. freedom from malice or treachery

adrohavṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti f. conduct free from malice or treachery

adrohin

  1. a-drohin mfn. free from malice or treachery

adreśya

  1. a-dreśya mfn. invisible MuṇḍUp

advan

  1. advan mfn. (√ad ifc. (e.g. agrâdvan), eating

advaya

  1. a-dvaya mfn. not two without a second, only, unique, m. N. of a Buddha
  2. (am), n. non-duality, unity
  3. identity (especially the identity of Brahma, with the human soul or with the universe, or of spirit and matter)
  4. the ultimate truth

advayavādin

  1. ○vādin m. one who teaches advaya, or identity, a Buddha, a Jaina, (cf. advaita-vadin.)

advayānanda

  1. advayânanda m. N. of an author, and of a founder of the Vaishṇava sect in Bengal (who lived at the close of the fifteenth century)

advayat

  1. á-dvayat [RV. iii, 29,] or mfn. free from duplicity. [Page 19, Column]

advayas

  1. á-dvayas [RV. i, 187, 3 and viii, 18,], mfn. free from duplicity. [Page 19, Column]

advayāvin

  1. á-dvayāvin ṛV. or mfn. free from double-dealing or duplicity

advayu

  1. á-dvayu [RV. viii, 18, 1], mfn. free from double-dealing or duplicity

advār

  1. á-dvār f. not a door ŚBr. MBh

advāra

  1. á-dvāra n. a place without a door
  2. an entrance which is not the proper door ŚBr. xiv, &c

advija

  1. a-dvija mfn. destitute of Brāhmans Mn. viii, 22

advitīya

  1. a-dvitīya mfn. without a second, sole, unique
  2. matchless

adviṣeṇya

  1. a-dviṣeṇyá (5), mfn. (√dviṣ), not malevolent RV

adveṣa

  1. a-dveṣá mfn. not malevolent (nom. du. f. ○é) RV. viii, 68, 10 and x, 45, 12

adveṣarāgin

  1. ○rāgin mfn. free from malevolence and passionate desire

adveṣas

  1. adveṣás ind. without malevolence RV

adveṣin

  1. adveṣin mfn. free from malevolence

adveṣṭṛ

  1. adveṣṭṛ ṭā m. not an enemy, a friend

advaita

  1. á-dvaita mfn. destitute of duality, having no duplicate ŚBr. xiv, &c
  2. peerless
  3. sole, unique
  4. epithet of Vishṇu
  5. (am), n. non-duality
  6. identity of Brahmā or of the Paramātman or supreme soul with the Jivātman or human soul
  7. identity of spirit and matter
  8. the ultimate truth
  9. title of an Upanishad
  10. (ena), ind. solely

advaitavādin

  1. ○vādin i m. one who asserts the doctrine of non-duality

advaitānanda

  1. advaitânanda m. = advayânanda, q.v

advaitopaniṣad

  1. advaitôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad

advaidha

  1. a-dvaidha mfn. not divided into two parts, not shared
  2. not disunited
  3. free from malice, straightforward

adha

  1. ádha or ádhā ind., Ved. (= 'átha, used chiefly as an inceptive particle), now, then, therefore, moreover, so much the more, and, partly

adhaadha

  1. ádha-ádha as well as partly partly

adhapriya

  1. adhapriya mfn. (you who are) now pleased (voc. du. ○yā) RV. viii, 8, 4

adhaḥ

  1. ádhaḥ &c. adhas

adhana

  1. a-dhana mfn. destitute of wealth

adhanya

  1. a-dhanya mfn. not richly supplied with corn or other produce, not prosperous
  2. unhappy

adhama

  1. adhamá mfn. ( ádhara), lowest, vilest, worst, very low or vile or bad (often ifc., as in narâdhama, the vilest or worst of men)
  2. m. an unblushing paramour, (ā), f. a low or bad mistress [Lat. infimus]

adhamabhṛta

  1. ○bhṛta or m. a servant of the lowest class, a porter

adhamabhṛtaka

  1. ○bhṛtaka m. a servant of the lowest class, a porter

adhamarṇa

  1. ○rṇa (ṛ) or (ṛ), m. one reduced to inferiority by debt, a debtor

adhamarṇika

  1. ○rṇika (ṛ), m. one reduced to inferiority by debt, a debtor

adhamaśākha

  1. ○śākha (?), N. of a region, (g. gahâdi, q.v.)

adhamāṅga

  1. adhamâṅga n. 'the lowest member', the foot

adhamācāra

  1. adhamâcāra mfn. guilty of vile conduct

adhamārdha

  1. adhamârdha n. the lower half, the lower part

adhamārdhya

  1. adhamârdhya mfn. connected with or referring to the lower part Pāṇ. 4-3, 5

adhamarṇa

  1. adhama-rṇa &c. adhamá

adhara

  1. ádhara mfn. (connected with adhás), lower, inferior, tending downwards
  2. low, vile
  3. worsted, silenced
  4. m. the lower lip, the lip, (ā́t), abl. ind., s.v. below
  5. (asmāt), abl. ind. below L
  6. (ā), f. the lower region, nadir
  7. (am), n. the lower part, a reply, pudendum muliebre L. [Lat. inferus]

adharakaṇṭha

  1. ○kaṇṭhá m. n. the lower neck, lower part of the throat VS

adharakāya

  1. ○kāya m. the lower part of the body

adharatas

  1. ○tas ind. below Pāṇ. 5-3, 35 Sch

adharapāna

  1. ○pāna n. 'drinking the lip', kissing

adharamadhu

  1. ○madhu n. the moisture of the lips

adharasapatna

  1. ○sapatna (ádhara-), mfn. whose enemies are worsted or silenced MaitrS

adharasvastika

  1. ○svastika n. the nadir

adharahanu

  1. ○hanú f. the lower jaw-bone AV

adharāmṛta

  1. adharâmṛta n. the nectar of the lips

adharāraṇi

  1. adharâraṇi f. the lower of the two pieces of wood used in producing fire by friction ŚBr. &c

adharāvalopa

  1. adharâvalopa m. biting the lip

adharīkṛta

  1. adharī-kṛta mfn. worsted, eclipsed, excelled, Sāk. (vḷ.) Adharī-bhūta, mfn. worsted (as in a process) Yājñ. ii, 17

adharedyus

  1. adharedyus ind. the day before yesterday Pāṇ. 5-3, 22

adharottara

  1. adharôttara mfn. lower and higher
  2. worse and better
  3. question and answer
  4. nearer and further
  5. sooner and later
  6. upside down, topsy-turvy

adharoṣṭha

  1. adhar'-oṣṭha or m. the lower lip

adharauṣṭha

  1. adharâuṣṭha m. the lower lip
  2. (am), n. the lower and upper lip

adharaya

  1. adharaya Nom. P. adharayati, to make inferior, put under
  2. eclipse, excel

adharastāt

  1. adharastāt ind. below L. [Page 20, Column]

adharāk

  1. adharā́k ind. beneath, in the lower region, i.e. in the south VS

adharācīna

  1. adharācī́na [RV. ii, 17,] or Ved. tending downwards, to the nadir or the lower region, tending towards the south

adharācya

  1. adharācyá [(5) AV.], mfn. or ā́ṅ ā́cī, ā́k, Ved. tending downwards, to the nadir or the lower region, tending towards the south

adharāñc

  1. adharā́ñc ā́ṅ ā́cī, ā́k, Ved. tending downwards, to the nadir or the lower region, tending towards the south

adharāt

  1. adharā́t ind. below, beneath RV. and AV
  2. in the south AV

adharāttāt

  1. ○tāt (adharā́t-), ind. below, beneath RV. x, 36, 14

adharīṇa

  1. adharīṇa mfn. vilified L

adharma

  1. á-dharma m. unrighteousness, injustice, irreligion, wickedness
  2. demerit, guilt
  3. N. of a Prajāpati (son of Brahmā, husband of Hiṃsā or Mṛishā)
  4. N. of an attendant of the sun
  5. (ā), f. unrighteousness (personified and represented as the bride of death)

adharmacārin

  1. ○cārin mfn. practising wickedness

adharmatas

  1. ○tas ind. unrighteously, unjustly

adharmadaṇḍana

  1. ○daṇḍana n. unjust punishment Mn. viii, 127

adharmamaya

  1. ○máya mfn. made up of wickedness ŚBr. xiv

adharmātman

  1. adharmâtman mfn. having a wicked spirit or disposition

adharmastikāya

  1. adharmástikāya m. the category (astikāya) of adharma, (one of the five categories of the Jaina ontology)

adharmin

  1. adharmin mfn. unrighteous, wicked, impious

adharmiṣṭha

  1. adharmiṣṭha mfn. most wicked, impious

adharmya

  1. adharmya mfn. unlawful, contrary to law or religion, wicked

adhavā

  1. a-dhavā f. one who has no husband, a widow (usually vi-dhavā, q.v.) L

adhas

  1. adhás ind. ( ádhara), below, down
  2. in the lower region
  3. beneath, under
  4. from under (with acc., gen., and abl.)
  5. also applied to the lower region and to the pudendum muliebre [Lat. infra]

adhaupāsana

  1. adha-upâsana n. sexual intercourse Comm. on BṛĀrUp

adhahkara

  1. adhah-kara m. the lower part of the hand

adhahkāya

  1. adhah-kāya m. the lower part of the body

adhahkṛta

  1. adhah-kṛta mfn. cast down

adhakṛṣṇājinam

  1. adhá-kṛṣṇâjinam ind. under the black skin KātyŚr

adhakriyā

  1. adhá-kriyā f. (= apamāna), disgrace, humiliation

adhakhanana

  1. adhá-khanana n. undermining

adhaḥpadma

  1. adháḥ-padma n. (in architecture) a part of a cupola

adhaḥpāta

  1. adhaḥ-pāta m. a downfall

adhaḥpuṣpī

  1. adhaḥ-puṣpī f. 'having flowers looking downwards', two plants Pimpinella Anisum and Elephantopus Scaber (or Hieracium?)

adhapravāha

  1. adhá-pravāha m. a downward current

adhahprastara

  1. adhah-prastara m. seat or bed of turf or grass (for persons in a state of impurity)

adhaḥprāṅśāyin

  1. adhaḥ-prāṅ-śāyin mfn. sleeping on the ground towards the east

adhaḥśaya

  1. adhaḥ-śayá mfn. sleeping on the ground ŚBr

adhaḥśayya

  1. adhaḥ-śayya mfn. having a peculiar couch on the ground, (a), f. act of sleeping on the ground and on a peculiar couch

adhaḥśiras

  1. adhaḥ-śiras mfn. holding the head downward
  2. head foremost, (ās), m. N. of a hell VP

adhahstha

  1. adhah-stha mfn. placed low or below
  2. inferior

adhasthita

  1. adhá-sthita mfn. standing below
  2. situated below

adhaḥsvastika

  1. adhaḥ-svastika n. the nadir

adhascara

  1. adhas-cara m. 'creeping on the ground', a thief

adhastarām

  1. adhas-tarā́m ind. very far down ŚBr

adhastala

  1. adhas-tala n. the room below anything

adhaspada

  1. adhas-padá mfn. Ved. placed under the feet, under foot, (ám), n. the place under the feet, (ā́m), ind. under foot

adhoakṣa

  1. adho-akṣá mfn. being below (or not coming up to) the axle RV. iii, 33, 9

adhokṣam

  1. adho-'kṣam Kāty"ṣr. or ind. under the axle

adhokṣeṇa

  1. adho-'kṣeṇa āśv"ṣr., ind. under the axle

adhokṣaja

  1. adho-'kṣa-ja m. N. of Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa
  2. the sign Śravaṇā

adhogata

  1. adho-gata mfn. gone down, descended

adhogati

  1. adho-gati f. or descent, downward movement, degradation

adhasgama

  1. ○gama m. or descent, downward movement, degradation

adhasgamana

  1. ○gamana n. descent, downward movement, degradation

adhogati

  1. adhogati and mfn. going downwards, descending

adhasgāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. going downwards, descending

adhoghaṇṭā

  1. adho-ghaṇṭā f. the plant Achyranthes Aspera

adhoṅga

  1. adho-'ṅga n. the anus
  2. pudendum muliebre

adhojānu

  1. adho-jānú ind. below the knee ŚBr

adhojihvikā

  1. adho-jihvikā f. the uvula

adhodāru

  1. adho-dāru n. the under timber

adhodiś

  1. adho-diś f. the lower region, the nadir

adhodṛṣṭi

  1. adho-dṛṣṭi f. a downcast look
  2. (mfn.), having a downcast look

adhodeśa

  1. adho-deśa m. the lower or lowest part (especially of the body)

adhodvāra

  1. adho-dvāra n. the anus, pudendum muliebre

adhonābham

  1. adho-nābham of

adhonābhi

  1. adho-nābhí ṃaitrṣ., ind. below the navel

adhonilaya

  1. adho-nilaya m. 'lower abode', the lower regions, hell

adhopara

  1. adho-'para n. the anus

adhopahāsa

  1. adhôpahāsa (dhás-up), m. sexual intercourse ŚBr. xiv

adhobandhana

  1. adho-bandhana n. an under girth

adhobhakta

  1. adho-bhakta n. a dose of medicine to be taken after eating

adhobhava

  1. adho-bhava mfn. lower

adhobhāga

  1. adho-bhāga m. the lower or lowest part, especially of the body

adhobhāgadoṣahara

  1. adho-bhāga-doṣa-hara mfn. curing or strengthening the lower part of the body

adhobhuvana

  1. adho-bhuvana n. the lower world. [Page 20, Column]

adhobhūmi

  1. adho-bhūmi f. lower ground
  2. land at the foot of a hill

adhomarman

  1. adho-marman n. the anus

adhomukha

  1. adho-mukha mf(ā "ṣiś. or ī) n. having the face downwards
  2. headlong
  3. upside down
  4. m. Vishṇu
  5. a division of hell VP
  6. (ā), f. the plant Premna Esculenta

adhoyantra

  1. adho-yantra n. the lower part of an apparatus
  2. a still

adhoraktapitta

  1. adho-rakta-pitta n. discharge of blood from the anus and the urethra

adhorāma

  1. adhó-rāma m. (a goat) having peculiar white or black marks on the lower part (of the body) VS. ŚBr

adholamba

  1. adho-lamba m. a plummet
  2. the perpendicular

adholoka

  1. adho-loka m. the lower world

adhovadana

  1. adho-vadana mfn. = adho-mukha

adhovarcas

  1. adhó-varcas mfn. tumbling downwards AV. v, 11, 6

adhovaśa

  1. adho-vaśa m. pudendum muliebre

adhovāyu

  1. adho-vāyu m. vital air passing downwards
  2. breaking wind

adhovekṣin

  1. adho-'vêkṣin mfn. looking down

adhośvam

  1. adho-'śvam ind. under the horse KātyŚr

adhosrapitta

  1. adho-'sra-pitta n. = adhorakta-pitta, q.v

adhastana

  1. adhastana mfn. lower, being underneath
  2. preceding (in a book)

adhastāt

  1. adhástāt ind.= adhás, q.v

adhastāddiś

  1. adhastād-diś f. the lower region, the nadir

adhastāllakṣman

  1. adhastāl-lakṣman mfn. having a mark at the lower part (of the body) MaitrS

adhā

  1. ádhā Ved. ádha

adhāmārgava

  1. adhāmārgava m. the plant Achyranthes Aspera

adhāraṇaka

  1. a-dhāraṇaka mfn. unable to support, unremunerative

adhārmika

  1. a-dhārmika mfn. unjust, unrighteous, wicked

adhārya

  1. a-dhārya mfn. unfit or improper to be held or carried or kept up

adhi

  1. adhi m. (better ādhi, q.v.), anxiety, (is), f. a woman in her courses (= avi, q.v.) L

adhi

  1. ádhi ind., as a prefix to verbs and nouns, expresses above, over and above, besides. As a separable adverb or preposition
  2. (with abl.) Ved. over
  3. from above, from
  4. from the presence of
  5. after AitUp
  6. for
  7. instead of RV. i, 140, 11, (with loc.) Ved. over
  8. on
  9. at
  10. in comparision with
  11. (with acc.) over, upon, concerning

adhyadhi

  1. adhy-adhi ind. on high, just above KātyŚr

adhika

  1. adhika mfn. additional, subsequent, later
  2. surpassing (in number or quantity or quality), superior, more numerous
  3. abundant
  4. excellent
  5. supernumerary, redundant
  6. secondary, inferior
  7. intercalated
  8. (am), n. surplus, abundance, redundancy, hyperbole, ind. exceedingly, too much
  9. more

adhikakṣayakārin

  1. ○kṣayakārin mfn. causing excessive waste

adhikatā

  1. ○tā f. addition, excess, redundancy, preponderance

adhikatithi

  1. ○tithi mf. an intercalary lunar day

adhikatva

  1. ○tva n. = -tā, q.v

adhikadanta

  1. ○danta m. a redundant tooth which grows over another Suśr. (cf. adhi-danta.)

adhikadina

  1. ○dina n. a redundant, i.e. an intercalated day (cf. adhi-dina.)

adhikamāṃsārman

  1. ○māṃsârman n. proud flesh in the eye (cf. adhimāṃsa.)

adhikamāsa

  1. ○māsa m. an intercalated month

adhikarddhi

  1. ○rddhi (ṛd), mfn. abundantly prosperous

adhikavākyokti

  1. ○vākyôkti f. exaggeration, hyperbole

adhikaṣāṣṭika

  1. ○ṣāṣṭika mfn. (containing or costing) more than sixty

adhikasaṃvatsara

  1. ○saṃvatsara m. an intercalated month

adhikasāptatika

  1. ○sāptatika mfn. (containing or costing) more than seventy

adhikāṅga

  1. adhikâṅga mf(ī)n. having some redundant member or members Mn. iii, 8, (am), n. belt worn over the coat of mail L

adhikādhika

  1. adhikâdhika mfn. outdoing one another. Adhikârtha. mfn. exaggerated

adhikārthavacana

  1. adhikârthavacana n. exaggeration, hyperbole Pāṇ. 2-1, 33

adhikandharam

  1. adhi-kandharam ind. upon or as far as the neck Śiś

adhikarṇa

  1. adhi-karṇa m. N. of a snake demon Hariv

adhikarmakara

  1. adhi-karmakara m. and adhi-karmakṛt, t m. adhi- √1. kṛ below

adhikalpin

  1. adhi-kalpín ī m. a sharp gambler VS

adhikārma

  1. adhi-kārma n. N. of some place unknown Pāṇ. 6-2, 91

adhikṛ

  1. adhi-kṛ √1. to place at the head, appoint
  2. to aim at, regard
  3. to refer or allude to
  4. to superintend, be at the head of (loc.) MBh. iv, 241 : Ā. -kurute, to be or become entitled to (acc.) MBh. iii, 1345 [Page 20, Column]
  5. to be or become superior to, overcome Pāṇ. 1-3, 33

adhikaraṇa

  1. adhi-karaṇa n. the act of placing at the head or of subordinating government, supremacy, magistracy, court of justice
  2. a receptacle, support
  3. a claim
  4. a topic, subject
  5. (in philosophy) a substratum
  6. a subject (e.g. ātman is the adhi-karaṇa of knowledge)
  7. a category
  8. a relation
  9. (in Gr.) government
  10. location, the sense of the locative case
  11. relationship of words in a sentence (which agree together, either as adjective and substantive, or as subject and predicate, or as two substantives in apposition)
  12. (in rhetoric) a topic
  13. a paragraph or minor section
  14. (mfn.), having to superintend

adhikaraṇabhojaka

  1. ○bhojaka m. a judge

adhikaraṇamaṇḍapa

  1. ○maṇḍapa m. n. the hall of justice

adhikaraṇamālā

  1. ○mālā f. a compendium of the topics of the Vedānta by Bhāratī-tīrtha

adhikaraṇasiddhānta

  1. ○síddhānta m. a syllogism or conclusion which involves others, Nayāyad. &c

adhikaraṇaitāvattva

  1. adhikaraṇâitāvattva n. fixed quantity of a substratum

adhikaraṇika

  1. adhikaraṇika or better

ādhikaraṇika

  1. ādhikaraṇika m. a government official
  2. a judge or magistrate

adhikaraṇya

  1. adhi-karaṇya n. authority, power

adhikarman

  1. adhi-karman a n. superintendence

adhikarmakara

  1. adhi-karmakara or m. an overseer, superintendent

adhikarmakṛt

  1. adhi-karmakṛt m. an overseer, superintendent

adhikarmakṛta

  1. adhi-karma-kṛta m. person appointed to superintend an establishment

adhikarmika

  1. adhikarmika m. overseer of a market L

adhikāra

  1. adhi-kāra m. authority
  2. government, rule, administration, jurisdiction
  3. royalty, prerogative
  4. title
  5. rank
  6. office
  7. claim, right, especially to perform sacrifices with benefit
  8. privilege, ownership
  9. property
  10. reference, relation
  11. a topic, subject
  12. a paragraph or minor section
  13. (in Gr.) government, a governing-rule (the influence of which over any number of succeeding rules is called anu-vṛitti, q.v.)

adhikārastha

  1. ○stha mfn. established in an office

adhikārāḍhya

  1. adhikārâḍhya mfn. invested with rights or privileges

adhikārin

  1. adhi-kārin mfn. possessing authority, entitled to, fit for, (ī), m. a superintendent, governor
  2. an official, a rightful claimant
  3. a man L

adhikāritā

  1. adhi-kāri-tā f. or authority, rightful claim, ownership, &c

adhikāritva

  1. adhi-kāri-tva n. authority, rightful claim, ownership, &c

adhikṛta

  1. adhi-kṛta mfn. placed at the head of, appointed
  2. ruled, administered
  3. claimed, m. a superintendent (especially a comptroller of public accounts)

adhikṛtatva

  1. ○tva n. the being engaged in or occupied with

adhikṛti

  1. adhi-kṛti f. a right, privilege
  2. possession

adhikṛtya

  1. adhi-kṛtya ind. p. having placed at the head, having made the chief subject
  2. regarding, concerning
  3. with reference to

adhikram

  1. adhi-√kram to ascend, mount up to

adhikrama

  1. adhi-krama m. an invasion, attack L

adhikramaṇa

  1. adhi-kramaṇa n. act of invading L

adhikriḍ

  1. adhi-√kriḍ to play or dance over (acc.) MaitrS. TBr

adhikṣi

  1. adhi-kṣi √1. (3ḍu: -kṣitáḥ
  2. 3. pl. -kṣiyánti) to be settled in or over, be extended over or along (acc. or loc.) RV. MBh. i, 722 and 730
  3. to rest upon ŚBr

adhikṣit

  1. adhi-kṣít t m. (√2. kṣi), a lord, ruler RV. x, 92, 14

adhikṣip

  1. adhi-√kṣip to throw upon
  2. to bespatter
  3. to insult, scold
  4. to superinduce (disease)

adhikṣipadabjanetra

  1. adhikṣipad-abja-netra mfn. having eyes which eclipse the lotus

adhikṣipta

  1. adhi-kṣipta mfn. insulted, scolded, thrown down
  2. placed, fixed
  3. despatched

adhikṣepa

  1. adhi-kṣepa m. abuse, contempt, dismissal

adhigaṇ

  1. adhi-√gaṇ to enumerate, to value highly BhP

adhigam

  1. adhi-√gam to go up to, approach, overtake, to approach for sexual intercourse, to fall in with, to meet, find, discover, obtain
  2. to accomplish
  3. to study, read: Desid. P. adhi-jigamiṣati, to seek
  4. Ā. adhi-jigāṃsate, to be desirous of studying or reading

adhigata

  1. adhi-gata mfn. found, obtained, acquired
  2. gone over, studied, learnt

adhigantavya

  1. adhi-gantavya mfn. attainable, to be studied

adhigantṛ

  1. adhi-gantṛ tā m. one who attains or acquires. acquirement, mastery, study, knowledge [Page 21, Column]
  2. mercantile return, profit, &c

adhigamana

  1. adhi-gamana n. acquisition
  2. finding
  3. acquirement, reading, study
  4. marriage, copulation

adhigamanīya

  1. adhi-gamanīya or mfn. attainable

adhigamanīyagamya

  1. ○gamya mfn. attainable
  2. practicable to be learnt

adhigartya

  1. ádhi-gartya (5), mfn. being on the driver's seat RV. v, 62, 7

adhigava

  1. adhi-gavá mfn. being on or in a cow, derived from a cow AV. ix, 6, 39

adhigā

  1. adhi-gā √1. P. to obtain
  2. P. (aor. Subj. 2. pl. -gāta, or -gātana) to remember, notice RV. and AV
  3. P. or generally Ā. (-jage, -agīṣṭa, -agīṣyata Pāṇ.) to go over, learn, read, study
  4. to attempt, resolve: Caus. P. -gāpayati, to cause to go over or teach: Desid. Caus. -jigāpayiṣati, to be desirous of teaching Pāṇ. 2-4, 51

adhiguṇa

  1. adhi-guṇa mfn. possessing superior qualities Megh

adhigupta

  1. adhi-gupta mfn. protected

adhigṛham

  1. adhi-gṛham ind. in the house, in the houses Śiś. iii, 45

adhigrīvam

  1. adhi-grīvam ind. upon the neck, up to the neck

adhicaṅkrama

  1. adhi-caṅkramá mfn. (√kram), walking or creeping over AV. xi, 9, 16

adhicar

  1. adhi-√car to walk or move on or over RV. vii, 88, 3, &c., to be superior to (acc.) AitĀr

adhicaraṇa

  1. adhi-caraṇa n. the act of walking or moving or being on or over

adhici

  1. adhi-ci √1. to pile upon AV. ŚBr

adhijan

  1. adhi-√jan to be born

adhija

  1. adhi-ja mfn. born, superior by birth Pāṇ. 3-2, 101 Sch

adhijanana

  1. adhi-janana n. birth Mn. ii, 169

adhijānu

  1. adhi-jānu ind. on the knees Śiś

adhiji

  1. adhi-√ji (Subj. 2. sg. -jayāsi) to, win in addition RV. vi, 35, 2

adhijihva

  1. adhi-jihva m. or -jihvikā f. a peculiar swelling of the tongue or epiglottis Suśr

adhijya

  1. ádhi-jya mfn. having the bowstring (jyā) up or stretched, strung ŚBr. &c

adhijyotiṣam

  1. adhi-jyotiṣam ind. on the luminaries (treated of in the Upanishads) TUp

adhitiṣṭhati

  1. adhi-tiṣṭhati adhi-ṣṭhā

adhityaka

  1. adhityaka f. (fr. adhi-tya, a derivation of adhi
  2. Pāṇ. 5-2, 34), land on the upper part of a mountain, table land Śiś. Ragh. &c

adhidaṇḍanetṛ

  1. adhi-daṇḍa-netṛ tā m. 'presiding over punishment', N. of Yama BhP

adhidanta

  1. adhi-danta m. a redundant tooth Pāṇ. 6-2, 188 Sch. Suśr

adhidārva

  1. adhi-dārva mfn. (fr. dāru), wooden

adhidina

  1. adhi-dina n. an intercalated day

adhidiś

  1. adhi-√diś (aor. Subj. Ā. 3, sg. -didiṣṭa) to bestow RV. x, 93, 15

adhidīdhiti

  1. adhi-dīdhiti mfn. having excessive lustre Śiś. i, 24

adhideva

  1. adhi-deva m. or -devatā f. a presiding or tutelary deity

adhidevaādhidevam

  1. ○ādhi-devam or ind. concerning the gods or the deity

devatam

  1. devatám "ṣBr., ind. concerning the gods or the deity

adhidevana

  1. adhi-dévana n. a table or board for gambling AV. ŚBr

adhidaiva

  1. adhi-daiva or -daivata n. a presiding or tutelary deity, the supreme deity, the divine agent operating in material objects
  2. (am), ind. on the subject of the deity or the divine agent

adhidaivika

  1. adhi-daivika mfn. spiritual

adhidru

  1. adhi-dru √2. to cover (said of a bull) ŚBr.: Caus. -drāvayati, to cause to cover ŚBr. [Page 21, Column]

adhidhā

  1. adhi-√dhā (Pass. 3. sg. -dhāyi RV.) Ved. to place upon
  2. to give, share between (dat. or loc.) RV
  3. Ā. (aor. -adhita
  4. perf. -dadhe, p. -dádhāna) to acquire additionally RV

adhidhṛ

  1. adhi-√dhṛ Caus. P. -dhārayati, Ved. to carry over or across

adhinam

  1. adhi-√nam Intens. Ā. -námnate, to incline over RV. i, 140, 6

adhinātha

  1. adhi-nātha m. a supreme lord, chieftain
  2. N. of the author of the Kālayogaśāstra

adhinidhā

  1. adhi-ni-√dhā Ved. to place upon
  2. to impart, grant

adhinirṇij

  1. ádhi-nirṇij mfn. covered over, veiled RV. viii, 41, 10

adhinirmuc

  1. adhi-nir-√muc Pass. -mucyate, to escape from PBr

adhinirhan

  1. adhi-nir-√han (perf. 2. sg. -jaghantha) to destroy, √out from RV. i, 80, 4

adhinivas

  1. adhi-ni-vas √5. to dwell in

adhinivyadh

  1. adhi-ni-√vyadh (Imper. 3. du. -vidhyatām) to pierce through AV. viii, 6, 24

adhiniṣad

  1. adhi-ni-ṣad (√sad), (perf. 3. pl. -ṣedúḥ) to settle in a place RV. i, 164, 39

adhinī

  1. adhi-√nī (aor. 2. pl. -naiṣṭa) to lead away from (abl.) RV. viii, 30, 3, to raise above the ordinary measure, enhance RV. x, 89, 6

adhinṛt

  1. adhi-√nṛt (Imper. -nṛtyatu) to dance upon (acc.) AV

adhinyas

  1. adhi-ny-as √2. to throw upon KapS

adhipa

  1. adhi-pa m. a ruler, commander, regent, king

adhipati

  1. ádhi-pati m. = adhi-pa
  2. (in med.) a particular part of the head (where a wound proves instantly fatal)

adhipativatī

  1. ○vatī (ádhipati-) f. containing the lord in herself MaitrUp

adhipatnī

  1. ádhi-patnī f. a female sovereign or ruler

adhipā

  1. adhi-pā́ ās m. Ved. a ruler, king, sovereign

adhipatham

  1. adhi-pathám ind. over or across a road ŚBr

adhipāṃśula

  1. adhi-pāṃśula or -pāṃsula mfn. being dusty above
  2. dusty

adhipurandhri

  1. adhi-purandhri ind. towards a wife Śiś. vi, 32

adhipuruṣa

  1. adhi-puruṣa or -puruṣa VP. m. the Supreme Spirit

adhipūtabhṛtam

  1. adhi-pūta-bhṛtam ind. over the (vessel) full of purified Soma KātyŚr

adhipeṣaṇa

  1. adhi-péṣaṇa mfn. serving to pound or grind upon ŚBr

adhiprajam

  1. adhi-prajam ind. on procreation as a means of preserving the world (treated of in the Upanishads) TUp

adhipradhāv

  1. adhi-pra-dhāv √1. to approach hastily from TBr

adhipraṣṭiyuga

  1. ádhi-praṣṭi-yuga n. yoke for attaching a fourth horse laid upon the praṣṭi, or foremost of three horses (used on sacrificial occasions) ŚBr

adhiprasū

  1. adhi-pra-sū √1. to send away from Kāṭh

adhibādh

  1. adhi-√bādh to vex, annoy

adhibrū

  1. adhi-√brū Ved. to speak in favour of (dat.) or favourably to (dat.), intercede for

adhibhuj

  1. adhi-bhuj √3. to enjoy

adhibhojana

  1. ádhi-bhojana n. an additional gift RV. vi, 47, 23

adhibhū

  1. adhi-bhū ūs m. (√bhū), a master, a superior L

adhibhūta

  1. adhi-bhūta n. the spiritual or fine substratum of material or gross objects
  2. the all penetrating influence of the Supreme Spirit [Page 21, Column]
  3. the Supreme Spirit itself
  4. nature
  5. (ám), ind. on material objects (treated of in the Upanishads) ŚBr. xiv TUp

adhiman

  1. adhi-√man to esteem highly

adhimantha

  1. adhi-mantha or adhī-mantha m. 'great irritation of the eyes', severe ophthalmia

adhimanthana

  1. adhi-mánthana n. friction for producing fire RV. iii, 29, 1
  2. (mfn.), suitable for such friction (as wood) ŚBr

adhimanthita

  1. adhi-manthita mfn. suffering from ophthalmia

adhimāṃsa

  1. adhi-māṃsa or -māṃsaka m. proud flesh or cancer (especially in the eyes or the back part of the gums)

adhimāṃsārman

  1. adhimāṃsârman n. ophthalmic disease produced by proud flesh or cancer

adhimātra

  1. adhi-mātra mfn. above measure, excessive
  2. (am), ind. on the subject of prosody

adhimātrakāruṇika

  1. ○kāruṇika m. 'exceedingly merciful', N. of a Mahā-brāhmaṇa Buddh

adhimāsa

  1. adhi-māsa m. an additional or intercalary month

adhimukta

  1. adhi-mukta mfn. (√muc), inclined, propense Buddh
  2. confident ib

adhimukti

  1. adhi-mukti f. propensity
  2. confidence

adhimuktika

  1. adhi-muktika m. N. of Mahā-kāla Buddh

adhimuhya

  1. adhi-muhya m. N. of Śākyamuni in one of his thirty-four former births

adhiyajña

  1. adhi-yajña m. the chief or principal sacrifice Bhag., influence or agency affecting a sacrifice
  2. (mfn.), relating to a sacrifice Mn., (ám), ind. on the subject of sacrifice ŚBr. Nir

adhiyat

  1. adhi-√yat to fasten RV. i, 64, 4: Caus. Ā. -yātáyate, to reach, join RV. vi, 6, 4

adhiyam

  1. adhi-√yam (Imper. 2. pl. -yacchata) to erect or stretch out over RV. i, 85, 11, Ā. (aor. 3. pl. -ayaṃsata) to strive up to (loc.) RV. x, 64, 2

adhiyā

  1. adhi-√yā to escape Bhaṭṭ

adhiyuj

  1. adhi-√yuj to put on, load

adhirajju

  1. ádhi-rajju mfn. carrying a rope, fastening, fettering AV

adhiratha

  1. ádhi-ratha mfn. being upon or over a car
  2. m. a charioteer
  3. N. of a charioteer who was a prince of Aṅga and Karṇa's foster-father
  4. (am), n. a cart-load RV

adhirathyam

  1. adhi-rathyam ind. on the high road

adhirāj

  1. adhi-rāj ṭ m. a supreme king

adhirāja

  1. adhi-rājá as, or ā m. an emperor

adhirājarājan

  1. ○rājan ā m. an emperor

adhirājya

  1. adhi-rājya n. supremacy, imperial dignity
  2. an empire
  3. N. of a country

adhirājyabhāj

  1. ○bhāj m. possessor of imperial dignity

adhirāṣṭra

  1. adhi-rāṣṭra n. = adhi-rājya

adhirukma

  1. adhi-rukma mfn. wearing gold RV. viii, 46, 33

adhiruh

  1. adhi-√ruh cl. 1. P. or poet. Ā. to rise above, ascend, mount: Caus. -ropayati, to raise, place above

adhirūḍha

  1. adhi-rūḍha mfn. ascended, mounted

adhirūḍhasamādhiyoga

  1. ○samādhi-yoga mfn. engaged in profound meditation

adhirūḍhākarṇa

  1. adhirūḍhā-kárṇa mfn. = addhyā-loha-kárṇa, q.v. MaitrS
  2. cf. adhīloha-kárṇa

adhiropaṇa

  1. adhi-ropaṇa n. the act of raising or causing to mount

adhiropita

  1. adhi-ropita mfn. raised, placed above

adhiroha

  1. adhi-roha m. ascent, mounting, overtopping
  2. (mfn.), riding, mounted Śiś

adhirohaṇa

  1. adhi-róhaṇa n. act of ascending or mounting or rising above
  2. (ī), f. a ladder, flight of steps L

adhirohin

  1. adhi-rohin mfn. rising above, ascending, &c., (iṇī), f. a ladder, flight of steps

adhilokam

  1. adhi-lokám ind. on the universe (treated of in the Upanishads) ŚBr. TUp

adhilokanātha

  1. adhi-loka-nātha m. lord of the universe

adhivac

  1. adhi-√vac (aor. Imper. 2. sg. -vocā, 2 du. -vocatam, 2. pl. -vocata) to speak in favour of, advocate RV. VS

adhivaktṛ

  1. adhi-vaktṛ́ tā m. an advocate, protector, comforter RV. VS

adhivacana

  1. adhi-vacana n. an appellation, epithet. [Page 22, Column]

adhivāka

  1. adhi-vāká m. advocacy, protection RV. viii, 16, 5 AV

adhivad

  1. adhi-√vad to speak, pronounce over or at ŚBr. TBr

adhivāda

  1. adhi-vādá m. offensive words MaitrS

adhivap

  1. adhi-vap √2. Ā. -vapate, to put on, fasten RV. i, 92, 4
  2. to scatter TS

adhivas

  1. adhi-vas √4. Ā. -vaste, to put on or over (as clothes, &c.) RV. x, 75, 8

adhivastra

  1. ádhi-vastra mfn. clothed RV. viii, 26, 13

adhivāsa

  1. adhi-vāsá "ṣBr. or m. or 1

adhīvāsa

  1. adhī-vāsá [RV. ŚBr. &c.], as m. or 1

adhīvāsas

  1. adhī-vāsas Vait., as n. an upper garment, mantle

adhivas

  1. adhi-vas √5. to inhabit
  2. to settle or perch upon

adhivāsa

  1. adhi-vāsa m. an inhabitant
  2. a neighbour
  3. one who dwells above
  4. a habitation, abode, settlement, site
  5. sitting before a person's house without taking food till he ceases to oppose or refuse a demand (commonly called 'sitting in dharṇā')
  6. pertinacity

adhivāsabhūmi

  1. ○bhūmi f. a dwelling-place, settlement

adhivāsana

  1. adhi-vāsana n. causing a divinity to dwell in an image
  2. sitting in dharṇā ( above)

adhivāsin

  1. adhi-vāsin mfn. inhabiting, settled in

adhivāsitā

  1. adhi-vāsi-tā f. settled residence

adhyuṣita

  1. adhy-uṣita s.v

adhivājyakulādya

  1. adhivājya-kulâdya m. N. of a country MBh

adhivās

  1. adhi-√vās to scent, perfume

adhivāsa

  1. adhi-vāsa m. perfume, fragrance
  2. application of perfumes or fragrant cosmetics

adhivāsana

  1. adhi-vāsana n. application of perfumes, &c
  2. the ceremony of touching a vessel containing fragrant objects (that have been presented to an idol)
  3. preliminary purification of an image

adhivāsita

  1. adhi-vāsita mfn. scented, perfumed

adhivāhana

  1. adhi-vāhana m. N. of a man (said to be a son of Aṅga)

adhivikartana

  1. adhi-vi-kártana n. the act of cutting off or cutting asunder RV. x, 85, 35

adhivikram

  1. adhi-vi-√kram Ā. to come forth on behalf of (dat.) KātyŚr

adhivijñāna

  1. adhi-vijñāna n. the highest knowledge

adhivid

  1. adhi-vid √3. cl. 6. P. -vindati, to obtain, to marry in addition to

adhivinnā

  1. adhi-vinnā f. a wife whose husband has married again
  2. a neglected or superseded wife

adhivettavyā

  1. adhi-vettavyā f. a wife in addition to whom it is proper to marry another

adhivettṛ

  1. adhi-vettṛ tā m. a husband who marries an additional wife

adhivedana

  1. adhi-vedana n. marrying an additional wife

adhivedanīyā

  1. adhi-vedanīyā or f. = -vettavyā

adhivedanīyāvedyā

  1. ○vedyā f. = -vettavyā

adhividyam

  1. adhi-vidyam ind. on the subject of science (treated of in the Upanishads) TUp

adhividhā

  1. adhi-vi-√dhā to distribute or scatter over ŚBr. &c

adhiviyat

  1. adhi-vi-√yat Caus. -yātayati, to subjoin, annex Kāṭh

adhivirāj

  1. adhi-vi-√rāj to surpass in brightness RV

adhiviś

  1. adhi-√viś Caus. -veśayati, to cause to sit down, to place upon

adhivṛj

  1. adhi-√vṛj cl. 7. P, -vṛṇákti, to place near or over (the fire) ŚBr

adhivṛt

  1. adhi-√vṛt (Pot. 3.pl. -vavṛtyuḥ) to move or pass along or over (loc.) RV. x, 27, 6. Caus. id. TBr

adhivṛdh

  1. adhi-√vṛdh P. (Subj. -vardhat) to refresh, gladden RV. vi, 38, 3
  2. Ā. -várdhate, to prosper through or by (loc.) RV. ix, 75, 1

adhivedam

  1. adhi-vedám ind. concerning the Veda ŚBr. xiv

adhivelam

  1. adhi-velam ind. on the shore Śiś. iii, 71. [Page 22, Column]

adhivye

  1. adhi-√vye to envelop

adhivīta

  1. adhi-vīta mfn. wrapped up, enveloped in

adhiśasta

  1. adhi-śasta mfn. (√śaṃs), (= abhiśasta), notorious MBh. xiii, 3139

adhiśī

  1. adhi-√śī to lie down upon, to lie upon, to sleep upon (loc., but generally acc.)

adhiśaya

  1. adhi-śaya m. addition, anything added or given extra Lāṭy

adhiśayana

  1. adhi-śayana mfn. lying on, sleeping on

adhiśayita

  1. adhi-śayita mfn. recumbent upon
  2. used for lying or sleeping upon

adhiśri

  1. adhi-√śri (Ved. Inf. ádhi-śrayitavaí ŚBr.) to put in the fire
  2. to spread over AV

adhiśraya

  1. adhi-śraya m. a receptacle

adhiśrayaṇa

  1. adhi-śrayaṇa n. the act or ceremony of putting on the fire
  2. (ī), f. a fire-place, oven

adhiśrayaṇīya

  1. adhi-śrayaṇīya mfn. relating to or connected with the Adhi-śrayaṇa

adhiśrita

  1. adhi-śrita mfn. put on the fire (as a pot)
  2. resided in, dwelt in
  3. occupied by

adhiṣu

  1. adhi-ṣu (√3. su), to extract or prepare the Soma juice RV. ix, 91, 2

adhiṣavaṇa

  1. adhi-ṣávaṇa n. (generally used in the dual), hand-press for extracting and straining the Soma juice
  2. (mfn.), used for extracting and straining the Soma juice

adhiṣavaṇya

  1. adhi-ṣavaṇyá (6), m. du. the two parts of the hand-press for extracting and straining the Soma juice RV. i, 28, 2

adhiṣkand

  1. adhi-ṣkand (√skand), (aor.3ṣg. -ṣkán) to cover in copulation RV. x, 61, 7 AV

adhiṣkannā

  1. ádhi-ṣkannā f. (a cow) covered (by the bull) TS

adhiṣṭhā

  1. adhi-ṣṭhā (√sthā), to stand upon, depend upon to inhabit abide to stand over
  2. to superintend, govern
  3. to step over or across
  4. to overcome to ascend, mount
  5. to attain, arrive at

adhiṣṭhātṛ

  1. adhi-ṣṭhātṛ́ mfn. superintending, presiding governing, tutelary, (ā), m. a ruler, the Supreme Ruler (or Providence personified and identified with one or other of the Hindū gods)
  2. a chief
  3. a protector

adhiṣṭhāna

  1. adhi-ṣṭhā́na n. standing by, being at hand, approach
  2. standing or resting upon
  3. a basis, base
  4. the standing-place of the warrior upon the car SāmavBr
  5. a position, site, residence, abode, seat
  6. a settlement, town, standing over
  7. government, authority, power
  8. a precedent, rule
  9. a benediction Buddh

adhiṣṭhānadeha

  1. ○deha or n. the intermediate body which serves to clothe and support the departed spirit during its several residences in the Pitṛi-loka or world of spirits (also called the Preta-śarīra)

adhiṣṭhānaśarīra

  1. ○śarīra n. the intermediate body which serves to clothe and support the departed spirit during its several residences in the Pitṛi-loka or world of spirits (also called the Preta-śarīra)

adhiṣṭhāyaka

  1. adhi-ṣṭhāyaka mfn. governing, superintending, guarding

adhiṣṭhita

  1. adhi-ṣṭhita mfn. settled
  2. inhabited
  3. superintended
  4. regulated
  5. appointed
  6. superintending

adhiṣṭheya

  1. adhi-ṣṭheya mfn. to be superintended or governed

adhiṣvan

  1. adhi-ṣvan (√svan), to roar along or over (3. sg. aor. Pass. in the sense of P. adhiṣváṇi) RV. ix, 66, 9

adhisaṃvas

  1. adhi-saṃ-vas √5. (3.pl. vásante) to dwell or reside together TS. (quoted in TBr.)

adhisaṃvṛt

  1. adhi-saṃ-√vṛt (impf. sám-avar-tatâdhi) to originate from RV. x, 129, 4

adhisaṃdhā

  1. adhi-saṃ-√dhā (perf. 3. pl. -dadhúḥ) to put or join together RV. iii, 3, 3

adhisṛp

  1. adhi-√sṛp to glide along ŚāṅkhŚr

adhistri

  1. adhi-stri ind. concerning a woman or a wife Pāṇ. 2-1, 6 Sch

adhistrī

  1. adhi-strī f. a superior woman Hariv

adhispardh

  1. adhi-√spardh (3. pl. p. -spárdhante and perf. -paspṛdhre) to compete for an aim, strive at (loc.) RV

adhispṛś

  1. adhi-√spṛś to touch lightly or slightly ŚBr.: Caus. (Pot. -sparśáyet) to cause to reach to, to extend to TS

adhisru

  1. adhi-√sru to trickle or drop off ŚBr

adhihari

  1. adhi-hari ind. concerning Hari Pāṇ. 2-1, 6 Sch. [Page 22, Column]

adhihasti

  1. adhi-hasti ind. on an elephant Ragh

adhihu

  1. adhi-√hu (impf. 3. pl. -ájuhvata) to make an oblation upon or over RV. i, 51, 5

adhihṛ

  1. adhi-√hṛ to procure, furnish

adhī

  1. adhī7 (√i), adhy-éti, or ádhy-eti (exceptionally adhī7yati RV. x, 32, 3), to turn the mind towards, observe, understand RV. and AV
  2. chiefly Ved. (with gen. [Pāṇ. 2-3, 7] or acc.) to mind, remember, care for, long for RV. &c
  3. to know, know by heart TS. ŚBr. Up. &c
  4. to go over, study MBh. iii, 13689
  5. to learn from (a teacher's mouth, abl.) MBh. iii, 10713
  6. to declare, teach ŚBr. x Up.: Ā. adhī7té or (more rarely) adhī7yate (Mn. iv, 125
  7. Pot. 3. pl. adhī7yīran Kauś. Mn. x, 1) to study, learn by heart, read, recite: Caus. adhy-āpayati (aor. -āpipat Pāṇ. 2-4, 51) to cause to read or study, teach, instruct: Caus. Desid. adhy-āpipa-yiṣati, to be desirous of teaching Pāṇ. 2-4, 51: Desid. adhī7ṣiṣati, to be desirous of studying Pāṇ. 8-3, 61 Sch

adhīta

  1. adhī7ta mfn. attained
  2. studied, read
  3. well read, learned

adhītaveda

  1. ○véda m. one who has studied the Vedas or whose studies are finished ŚBr. xiv

adhīti

  1. ádhī9ti f. perusal, study TĀr
  2. desire, recollection RV. ii, 4, 8 AV

adhītin

  1. adhī7tin mfn. well read, proficient, (g. iṣṭâdi, q.v.) &c
  2. occupied with the study of the Vedas Kum

adhītya

  1. adhī7tya ind. p. having gone over, having studied

adhīyat

  1. adhī́yat mfn. remembering, proficient

adhīyāna

  1. adhī7yāná mfn. reading, studying
  2. m. a student
  3. one who goes over the Veda either as a student or a teacher

adhyayana

  1. adhy-ayana n. reading, studying, especially the Vedas (one of the six duties of a Brāhman),

adhyayanatapasī

  1. ○tapasī n. du. study and penance

adhyayanapuṇya

  1. ○puṇya n. religious merit acquired by studying

adhyayanīya

  1. adhy-ayanīya mfn. fit to be read or studied

adhyāpaka

  1. adhy-āpaka mfn. a teacher (especially of sacred knowledge)

adhyāpakodita

  1. adhyāpakôdita m. styled a teacher

adhyāpana

  1. adhy-āpana n. instruction, lecturing

adhyāpayitṛ

  1. adhy-āpayitṛ tā m. a teacher RPrāt

adhyāpita

  1. adhy-āpita mfn. instructed Mn. Kum. iii, 6

adhyāpya

  1. adhy-āpya mfn. fit or proper to be instructed

adhyāya

  1. adhy-āya m. a lesson, lecture, chapter
  2. reading
  3. proper time for reading or for a lesson
  4. ifc. a reader ( vedâdhyāya) Pāṇ. 3-2, 1 Sch

adhyāyaśatapāṭha

  1. ○śata-pāṭha m. 'Index of One Hundred Chapters', N. of wk

adhyāyin

  1. adhy-āyin mfn. engaged in reading, a student

adhyetavya

  1. adhy-etavya or mfn. to be read

adhyetavyaeya

  1. ○eya mfn. to be read

adhyetṛ

  1. adhy-etṛ tā m. a student, reader

adhyeṣyamāṇa

  1. adhy-eṣyamāṇa mf(ā)n. (fut. p.) intending to study, about to read Mn

adhīkāra

  1. adhī-kāra (= adhi-kāra), m. superintendence over (loc.) Mn. xi, 63
  2. authorization, capability MBh

adhīkṣ

  1. adhī7kṣ (√īkṣ), to expect

adhīna

  1. adhīna mfn. (fr. adhi), ifc. resting on or in, situated
  2. depending on, subject to, subservient to

adhīnatā

  1. ○tā f. or subjection, dependence

adhīnatva

  1. ○tva n. subjection, dependence

adhīmantha

  1. adhī-mantha = adhi-mantha q.v

adhīra

  1. á-dhīra mfn. imprudent RV. i, 179, 4 AV
  2. not fixed, movable
  3. confused
  4. deficient in calm self-command
  5. excitable
  6. capricious
  7. querulous
  8. weak-minded, foolish
  9. (ā), f. lightning
  10. a capricious or bellicose mistress

adhīratā

  1. ○tā f. want of confidence

adhīlohakarṇa

  1. adhīloha-kárṇa mfn. = addhyāloha-kárna, q.v. TS

adhīvāsa

  1. adhī-vāsá = 1. adhi-vāsá, q .v

adhīvāsas

  1. adhī-vāsas ind. over the garment KātyŚr

adhīśa

  1. adhī7śa m. a lord or master over (others)

adhīśvara

  1. adhī7śvara m. a supreme lord or king, an emperor
  2. an Arhat Jain

adhīṣṭa

  1. adhī7ṣṭa mfn. (√3. iṣ), solicited, asked for instruction (as a teacher) Pāṇ
  2. (as? or am), m. n. instruction given by a teacher solicited for it Pāṇ. Sch

adhyeṣaṇa

  1. adhy-eṣaṇa am, ā mf. solicitation, asking for instruction

adhunā

  1. adhunā́ ind. at this time, now. [Page 23, Column]

adhunātana

  1. adhunātána mf(ī)n. belonging to or extending over the present time ŚBr

adhura

  1. a-dhura mfn. not laden

adhūmaka

  1. a-dhūmaka mfn. smokeless

adhṛta

  1. á-dhṛta mfn. not held, unrestrained, uncontrolled
  2. unquiet, restless TS
  3. m. N. of Vishṇu

adhṛti

  1. á-dhṛti f. want of firmness or fortitude
  2. laxity, absence of control or restraint
  3. incontinence
  4. (mfn.), unsteady

adhṛṣṭa

  1. á-dhṛṣṭa mfn. (√dhṛṣ), not bold, modest
  2. not overcome, invincible, irresistible

adhṛṣya

  1. a-dhṛṣya mfn. unassailable, invincible
  2. unapproachable
  3. proud
  4. (ā), f. N. of a river

adhenu

  1. á-dhenu mfn. yielding no milk RV. i, 117, 20 AV
  2. not nourishing RV. x, 71, 5

adhairya

  1. a-dhairya n. want of self-command
  2. excitement
  3. excitability
  4. (mfn.), without self-command
  5. excitable

adhyaṃsa

  1. adhy-aṃsa mfn. being on the shoulder ĀśvGṛ

adhyakta

  1. adhy-akta mfn. (√añj), equipped, prepared

adhyakṣa

  1. ádhy-akṣa mf(ā)n. perceptible to the senses, observable
  2. exercising supervision
  3. m. an eye-witness
  4. an inspector, superintendent
  5. the plant Mimusops Kauki (kṣīrikā)

adhyakṣaram

  1. adhy-akṣaram ind. on the subject of syllables
  2. above all syllables (as the mystic om)

adhyagni

  1. adhy-agni ind. over or by the nuptial fire (property given to the bride)

adhyagnīkṛta

  1. adhyagnī-kṛta n. property given to the wife at the wedding

adhyagnyupāgata

  1. adhyagny-upāgata n. property received by a wife at the wedding

adhyañc

  1. adhy-añc aṅ, īcī, ak, tending upwards, eminent, superior Pāṇ. 6-2, 53

adhyaṇḍā

  1. adhy-aṇḍā f. the plants Carpopogon Pruriens (cowage) and Flacourtia Cataphracta

adhyadhikṣepa

  1. adhy-adhikṣepa m. excessive censure Yājñ. iii, 228
  2. gross abuse

adhyadhīna

  1. adhy-adhīna mfn. completely subject to or dependent on (as a slave) Mn

adhyantena

  1. adhy-anténa ind. close to ŚBr

adhyapavic

  1. adhy-apa-√vic -vinákti, to put into by singling out from ŚBr

adhyayana

  1. adhy-ayana &c. adhī7

adhyardha

  1. adhy-ardha mf(ā)n. 'having an additional half', one and a half

adhyardhakaṃsa

  1. ○kaṃsa m. n. one and a half kaṃsa
  2. (mf(ī)n.), amounting to or worth one and a half kaṃsa

adhyardhakākiṇīka

  1. ○kākiṇīka mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half kākiṇī

adhyardhakārṣāpaṇa

  1. ○kārṣāpaṇa or mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half kārṣāpaṇa

adhyardhakārṣāpaṇika

  1. ○kārṣāpaṇika mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half kārṣāpaṇa

adhyardhakhārīka

  1. ○khārīka mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half khārī

adhyardhapaṇya

  1. ○paṇya mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half paṇa

adhyardhapādya

  1. ○pādya mfn. amounting to one foot and a half

adhyardhapratika

  1. ○pratika mfn. amounting to one and a half kārshāpaṇa

adhyardhamāṣya

  1. ○māṣya mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half māsha

adhyardhaviṃsatikīna

  1. ○viṃsatikīna mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half score or thirty

adhyardhaśata

  1. ○śata or mfn. amounting to or bought with one hundred and fifty

adhyardhaśatya

  1. ○śatya mfn. amounting to or bought with one hundred and fifty

adhyardhaśatamāna

  1. ○śatamāna or mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half śatamāna

adhyardhaśātamāna

  1. ○śātamāna mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half śatamāna

adhyardhaśāṇa

  1. ○śāṇa or mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half śāṇa

adhyardhaśāṇya

  1. ○śāṇya mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half śāṇa

adhyardhaśūrpa

  1. ○śūrpa mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half śūrpa

adhyardhasahasra

  1. ○sahasra or mfn. amounting to or worth one thousand five hundred

adhyardhasāhasra

  1. ○sāhasra mfn. amounting to or worth one thousand five hundred

adhyardhasuvarṇa

  1. ○suvarṇa or mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half suvarṃa

adhyardhasauvarnika

  1. ○sauvarnika mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half suvarṃa

adhyardhaka

  1. adhy-ardhaka mfn. amounting to or worth one and a half

adhyarbuda

  1. adhy-arbuda or -arvuda n. a congenital tumour, goitre

adhyavarah

  1. adhy-ava-√rah to step downwards upon TBr

adhyavaso

  1. adhy-ava-√so cl. 4. P. -syati, to undertake, attempt, accomplish
  2. to determine, consider, ascertain. [Page 23, Column]

adhyavasāna

  1. adhy-ava-sāna n. attempt, effort, exertion
  2. energy, perseverance
  3. determining
  4. (in rhetoric) concise and forcible language

adhyavasāya

  1. adhy-ava-sāya as, ni. id
  2. (in phil.) mental effort, apprehension

adhyavasāyayukta

  1. ○yukta mfn. resolute

adhyavasāyita

  1. adhy-ava-sāyita mfn. attempted

adhyavasāyin

  1. adhy-ava-sāyin mfn. resolute

adhyavasita

  1. adhy-ava-sita mfn. ascertained, determined, apprehended

adhyavasiti

  1. adhy-ava-siti f. exertion, effort

adhyavahan

  1. adhy-ava-√han to thrash upon TBr

adhyavahanana

  1. adhy-avahánana mfn. serving as an implement on which anything is thrashed ŚBr

adhyaśana

  1. adhy-aśana n. eating too soon after a meal (before the last meal is digested)

adhyas

  1. adhy-as √2. to throw or place over or upon
  2. (in phil.) to attribute or impute wrongly

adhyasta

  1. adhy-asta mfn. placed over
  2. disguised
  3. supposed

adhyāsa

  1. adhy-āsa m. s.v

adhyastha

  1. adhy-asthá n. the upper part of a bone TS

adhyasthi

  1. adhy-asthi i n. a bone growing over another Suśr

adhyah

  1. adhy-√ah perf. -āha, to speak on behalf of (dat.) AV. i, 16, 2

adhyākram

  1. adhy-ā-√kram to attack
  2. to choose Śāk

adhyāgam

  1. adhy-ā-√gam to meet with

adhyācar

  1. adhy-ā-√car -to use Mn. &c

adhyāṇḍā

  1. ádhy-āṇḍā f. = adhy-aṇḍā ŚBr

adhyātma

  1. adhy-ātma n. the Supreme Spirit
  2. (mfn.), own, belonging to self
  3. (ám), ind. concerning self or individual personality

adhyātmacetas

  1. ○cetas m. one who meditates on the Supreme Spirit

adhyātmajñāna

  1. ○jñāna n. knowledge of the Supreme Spirit or of ātman

adhyātmadṛś

  1. ○dṛś mfn. knowing the Supreme Spirit

adhyātmarati

  1. ○rati m. a man delighting in the contemplation of the Supreme Spirit

adhyātmarāmāyaṇa

  1. ○rāmāyaṇa n. a Rāmāyana, in which Rāma is identified with the universal spirit (it forms part of the Brahmāṇḍa-Purāṇa)

adhyātmavid

  1. ○vid mfn. = -dṛś

adhyātmavidyā

  1. ○vidyā f. = -jñana

adhyātmaśāstra

  1. ○śāstra n. N. of wk

adhyātmottarakāṇḍa

  1. adhyātmôttarakāṇḍa n. the last book of the Adhyātma-rāmāyaṇa

adhyātmika

  1. adhy-ātmika or better

ādhyātmika

  1. ādhyātmika mf(ī)n. relating to the soul or the Supreme Spirit

adhyādhā

  1. adhy-ā-√dhā to place upon

adhyāpaka

  1. adhy-āpaka &c. adhī7

adhyābhṛ

  1. adhy-ā-√bhṛ (impf. ádhy-âbharat) to bring near from VS

adhyāruh

  1. adhy-ā-√ruh to ascend up on high, mount: Caus. -ropayati, to cause to mount

adhyārūḍha

  1. adhy-ārūḍha mfn. mounted up, ascended
  2. above, superior to (instr.)
  3. below, inferior to (abl.)

adhyāropa

  1. adhy-āropa m. (in Vedānta phil.) wrong attribution, erroneous transferring of a statement from one thing to another

adhyāropaṇa

  1. adhy-āropaṇa am, ā n. f. id

adhyāropita

  1. adhy-āropita mfn. (in Vedānta phil.) erroneously transferred from one thing to another

adhyāvap

  1. adhy-ā-vap √2. -ā́-vapati, to scatter upon ŚBr

adhyāvāpa

  1. adhy-ā-vāpa m. the act of sowing or scattering upon KātyŚr

adhyāvas

  1. adhy-ā-vas √5. to inhabit, dwell in (acc. or loc.)

adhyāvāhanika

  1. adhy-ā-vāhanika n. that part of a wife's property which, she receives when led in procession from her father's to her husband's house

adhyās

  1. adhy-√ās to sit down or lie down upon, to settle upon
  2. to occupy as one's seat or habitation
  3. to get into, enter upon
  4. to be directed to or upon
  5. to affect, concern
  6. to preside over, influence, rule
  7. to cohabit with: Caus. P. adhy-āsayati, to cause to sit down Bhaṭṭ.: Desid. (p. adhyāsisiṣamāṇa) to be about to rise up to (acc.) Bhaṭṭ

adhyāsana

  1. adhy-āsana n. act of sitting down upon L
  2. presiding over L
  3. a seat, settlement BhP. [Page 23, Column]

adhyāsita

  1. adhy-āsita mfn. seated down upon
  2. seated in a presidential chair
  3. settled, inhabited
  4. (am), n. sitting upon Ragh. ii, 52

adhyāsin

  1. adhy-āsin mfn. sitting down or seated upon

adhyāsīna

  1. adhy-āsīna mfn. seated upon

adhyāsa

  1. adhy-āsa m. (√2. as), imposing (as of a foot) Yājñ
  2. (in phil.) = adhy-āropa
  3. an appendage RPrāt

adhyāsañj

  1. adhy-ā-√sañj (1. sg. -sajāmi) to hang up, suspend AV. xiv, 2, 48

adhyāsad

  1. adhy-ā-√sad to sit upon (acc.) Kauś.: Caus. (1. sg. ádhy-ā́-sādayāmi) to set upon (loc.) TBr

adhyāharaṇa

  1. adhy-ā-haraṇa n. (√hṛ), act of supplying (elliptical language)
  2. supplement
  3. act of inferring, inference

adhyāharaṇīya

  1. adhy-āharaṇīya or mfn. to be supplied

adhyāharaṇīyaāhartavya

  1. ○āhartavya mfn. to be supplied
  2. to be inferred

adhyāhāra

  1. adhy-āhāra m. act of supplying (elliptical language) Pāṇ. 6-1, 139, &c

adhyāhṛta

  1. adhy-āhṛta mfn. supplied, argued

adhyutthā

  1. adhy-ut-thā (√sthā), to turn away from PBr

adhyuddhi

  1. adhy-ud-dhi f. ádhy-ūdhnī

adhyuddhṛ

  1. adhy-ud-dhṛ (√hṛ), (Imper. 2. sg. ádhy-úd-dhara) to draw (water) from AV. xii, 3, 36

adhyudbhṛ

  1. adhy-ud-√bhṛ to take or carry away from AV

adhyuṣita

  1. adhy-uṣita mfn. 1. (√2. vas), (○te), loc. ind. at daybreak MBh
  2. 2. (√5. vas) inhabited
  3. occupied

adhyuṣṭa

  1. adhy-uṣṭa mfn. (invented as the Sanskṛit representative of the Prākṛit addhuṭṭha, which is derived from ardha-caturtha), three and a half

adhyuṣṭavalaya

  1. ○valaya m. forming a ring coiled up three and a half times (as a snake)

adhyuṣṭra

  1. adhy-uṣṭra m. a conveyance drawn by camels

adhyūḍha

  1. adhy-ūḍha mfn. (√vah), raised, exalted
  2. affluent
  3. abundant
  4. m. the son of a woman pregnant before marriage [1. sahôḍha]
  5. Śiva
  6. (ā) f. a wife whose husband has married an additional wife

adhyūḍhaja

  1. ○ja m. the son of a woman pregnant before marriage

adhyūdhnī

  1. ádhy-ūdhnī f. (fr. ūdhan) ṃaitrṣ. Kāty"ṣr. or adhy-ud-dhi f. (√dha) āap"ṣr., a tubular vessel above the udder, or above the scrotum

adhyūṣivas

  1. adhy-ūṣivas ān, uṣī, at (perf. p. √5. vas), one who has dwelt in Pāṇ. 3-2, 108 Sch

adhyūh

  1. adhy-ūh √1. to lay on, overlay
  2. to place upon, to raise above

adhyūhana

  1. adhy-ūhana n. putting on a layer (of ashes)

adhyṛdh

  1. adhy-√ṛdh to expand ŚBr. xiv

adhyetavya

  1. adhy-etavya &c. adhi

adhyedh

  1. adhy-√edh to increase, prosper

adhyeṣaṇa

  1. adhy-eṣaṇa adhī7ṣṭa

adhri

  1. á-dhri mfn. (√dhṛ), unrestrained, irresistible AV. v, 20, 10

adhrigu

  1. ○gu (ádhri-), mfn. (m. pl. āvas), irresistible RV., (us), m. N. of a heavenly killer of victims RV
  2. N. of a formula concluding with an invocation of Agni ŚBr. &c

adhrija

  1. ○ja (adhrí-), mfn. irresistible RV. v, 7, 10

adhripuṣpalikā

  1. ○puṣpalikā f. a species of the Pāṇ. plant, Piper Betel

adhriyamāṇa

  1. a-dhriyamāṇa mfn. (pr. Pass. p. √dhri), not held
  2. not to be got hold of, not forthcoming, not surviving or existing, dead, (g. cārv-ādi, q.v.)

adhruva

  1. a-dhruva mf(ā) n. not fixed, not permanent
  2. uncertain, doubtful
  3. separable

adhruṣa

  1. adhruṣa m. (etymology doubtful), quinsy, sore throat, Susr

adhvan

  1. ádhvan ā m. a road, way, orbit
  2. a journey, course
  3. distance
  4. time Buddh. and Jain
  5. means, method, resource
  6. the zodiac (?), sky, air L
  7. a place
  8. a recension of the Vedas and the school upholding it
  9. assault (?)
  10. ifc. adhva, as. [Page 24, Column]

adhva

  1. adhva (in comp. for adhvan)

adhvaga

  1. ○gá mf(ā)n. road-going, travelling
  2. m. a traveller
  3. a camel, a mule
  4. (ā), f. the river Ganges

adhvagat

  1. ○gát m. a traveller AV. xiii, 1, 36

adhvagatyanta

  1. ○gaty-anta or m. measure of length applicable to roads

adhvagantavya

  1. ○gantavya m. measure of length applicable to roads

adhvagabhogya

  1. ○ga-bhogya m. 'traveller's delight', the tree Spondias Mangifera

adhvagamana

  1. ○gamana n. act of travelling

adhvagāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. wayfaring

adhvajā

  1. ○jā f. the plant Svarṇulī

adhvapati

  1. ○pati m. lord of the roads VS

adhvaratha

  1. ○ratha m. a travelling car

adhvaśalya

  1. ○śalya m. the plant Achyranthes Aspera

adhvādhipa

  1. adhvâ-dhipa or m. an officer in charge of the public roads, police-officer Rājat

adhveśa

  1. adhvêśa m. an officer in charge of the public roads, police-officer Rājat

adhvanīna

  1. adhvanīna m. a traveller Pāṇ. Yājñ. i, 111

adhvanya

  1. adhvanya m. id. Pāṇ. 5-2, 16

adhvara

  1. a-dhvará mfn. (√dhvṛ), not injuring AV. TS
  2. (ás), m. a sacrifice (especially the Soma sacrifice)
  3. N. of a Vasu
  4. of the chief of a family
  5. (am), n. sky or air L

adhvarakarman

  1. ○karmán n. performance of the Adhvara or any act connected with it ŚBr

adhvarakalpā

  1. ○kalpā f. N. of an optional sacrifice (Kāmyeshṭi)

adhvarakāṇḍa

  1. ○kāṇḍa n. N. of the book in the Śatapatha-Brāhmaṇa which refers to Adhvaras

adhvarakṛt

  1. ○kṛ́t m. performing an Adhvara VS

adhvaraga

  1. ○ga mfn. intended for an Adhvara

adhvaradīkṣamīyā

  1. ○dīkṣamīyā f. consecration connected with the Adhvara

adhvaradhiṣṇya

  1. ○dhiṣṇyá m. a second altar at the Soma sacrifice ŚBr

adhvaraprāyaścittī

  1. ○prāyaścittī f. expiation connected with the Adhvara

adhvaravat

  1. ○vat (adhvará-), mfn. containing the word Adhvara ŚBr

adhvaraśrī

  1. ○śrī́ mfn. embellishing the Adhvara RV

adhvarasamiṣṭayajus

  1. ○samiṣṭa-yajus n. N. of an aggregate of nine libations connected with the Adhvara

adhvarastha

  1. ○stha or mfn. standing at or engaged in an Adhvara

adhvareṣṭhā

  1. adhvare-ṣṭhā́ [RV. x, 77,], mfn. standing at or engaged in an Adhvara

adhvarīya

  1. adhvarīya Nom.P. (2. sg. ○rīyási
  2. p. ○riyát) to perform an Adhvara RV

adhvarya

  1. adhvarya Nom. P. (p. ○ryát) to be engaged in an Adhvara RV. i, 181 1

adhvaryu

  1. adhvaryú m. one who institutes an Adhvara any officiating priest
  2. a priest of a particular class (as distinguished from the hotṛ, the udgātṛ, and the brahman classes. The Adhvaryu priests 'had to measure the ground, to build the altar, to prepare the sacrificial vessels, to fetch wood and water, to light the fire, to bring the animal and immolate it'
  3. whilst engaged in these duties, they had to repeat the hymns of the Yajur-veda, hence that Veda itself is also called Adhvaryu)
  4. (adhvaryavas), pl. the adherents of the Yajur-veda, (us), f. the wife of an Adhvaryu priest Pāṇ. 4-1, 66 Sch

adhvaryukāṇḍa

  1. ○kāṇḍa n. N. of a book of mantras or prayers intended for Adhvaryu priests

adhvaryukratu

  1. ○kratu m. sacrificial act performed by the Adhvaryu Pāṇ. 2-4, 4

adhvaryuveda

  1. ○veda m. the Yajur veda

adhvasman

  1. a-dhvasmán mfn. unveiled RV

adhvānta

  1. a-dhvānta n. (not positive darkness), twilight, gloom, shade

adhvāntaśātrava

  1. ○śātrava m. 'an enemy to shade', the plant Cassia Fistula or Bignonia Indica

an

  1. an occasionally ana, (before a vowel) the substitute for 3., 3. a, or a privative

an

  1. an cl. 2. P. ániti or ánati, ana, aniṣyati, ā́nīt [RV. x, 129,], to breathe, respire, gasp
  2. to live L
  3. to move, go L. [cf.Gk. ? [24,] Lat. animus]: Caus. ānayati: Desid. aniniṣati

ana

  1. aná m. breath, respiration ŚBr. ChUp

anavattva

  1. ○vat-tva n. the state of being endowed with breath or life Nir

anana

  1. anana n. breathing, living Nir

anaṃśa

  1. an-aṃśa or an-aṃśin mfn. portionless, not entitled to a share in an inheritance

anaṃśumatphalā

  1. an-aṃśumat-phalā f. the plantain (= aṃśumat-phalā)

anakadundubha

  1. anaka-dundubha m. N. of Kṛishṇa's grandfather

anakadundubhi

  1. anaka-dundubhi or better

ānakadundubhi

  1. ānakadundubhi m. N. of Krishna's father (Vasudeva
  2. said to be derived from the beating of drums at his birth)

anakasmāt

  1. an-akasmāt ind. not without a cause or an object
  2. not accidentally, not suddenly

anakāmamāra

  1. an-akāma-māra mfn. not killing undesiredly AitĀr

anakṣ

  1. an-ákṣ (nom. an-ák), mfn. blind RV. ii, 15, 7

anakṣa

  1. an-akṣá mf(ā́)n. id. RV. ix, 73, 6 and x, 27, 11

anakṣi

  1. an-akṣi n. a bad eye L. [Page 24, Column]

anakṣika

  1. an-akṣíka mfn. eyeless TS

anakṣara

  1. an-akṣara mfn. unfit to be uttered
  2. unable to articulate a syllable

anakṣasaṅgam

  1. án-akṣa-saṅgam ṃaitrṣ. or án-akṣa-stambham "ṣBr., ind. so as not to interfere with the axle-tree

anagāra

  1. an-agāra m. 'houseless', a vagrant ascetic L

anagārikā

  1. an-agārikā f. the houseless life of such an ascetic Buddh

anagna

  1. á-nagna mf(ā)n. not naked

anagnatā

  1. ○tā (a-nagná-), f. the not being naked ŚBr

anagni

  1. an-agní (án-agni Nir.), m. nonfire
  2. substance differing from fire
  3. absence of fire
  4. (mfn.), requiring no fire or fire-place
  5. not maintaining a sacred fire, irreligious
  6. unmarried
  7. dispensing with fire
  8. 'having no fire in the stomach'
  9. dyspeptic

anagnitrā

  1. ○trā (án-agni-), mfn. not maintaining the sacred fire RV. i, 189, 3

anagnidagdha

  1. ○dagdha (án-agni-), mfn. not burnt with fire
  2. not burnt on the funeral pile (but buried) RV. x, 15, 14
  3. (ās), m. pl., N. of a class of manes Mn. iii, 199

anagniṣvātta

  1. ○ṣvātta ās m. pl. id. L. ( agni-dagdhá, agni-ṣvāttá)

anagha

  1. an-agha mf(ā)n. sinless
  2. faultless
  3. uninjured
  4. handsome L
  5. m. white mustard L
  6. N. of Śiva and others

anaghāṣṭamī

  1. anaghâṣṭamī f. N. of an eighth day (spoken of in the fifty-fifth Adhyāya of the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa)

anaṅkuśa

  1. an-aṅkuśa mfn. unrestrained

anaṅga

  1. an-aṅgá mf(ā) n. bodiless, incorporeal
  2. m. N. of Kāma (god of love, so called because he was made bodiless by a flash from the eye of Śiva, for having attempted to disturb his life of austerity by filling him with love for Pārvatī)
  3. (am), n. the ether, air, sky L
  4. the mind L
  5. that which is not the aṅga

anaṅgakrīḍā

  1. ○krīḍā f. amorous play
  2. N. of a metre (of two verses, the first containing sixteen long syllables, the second thirty-two short ones)

anaṅgadevī

  1. ○devī f. N. of a queen of Kashmīr

anaṅgapāla

  1. ○pāla m. N. of a king's chamberlain at Kashmīr

anaṅgamejaya

  1. ○m-ejaya (an-aṅgam-), mfn. not shaking the body (?), (g. cārv-ādi, q.v.)

anaṅgaraṅga

  1. ○raṅga m. N. of an erotic work

anaṅgalekhā

  1. ○lekhā f. a love letter
  2. N. of a queen of Kashmir

anaṅgaśekhara

  1. ○śekhara m. N. of a metre (of four verses, each containing fifteen iambi)

anaṅgasenā

  1. ○senā f. N. of a dramatic personage

anaṅgāpīḍa

  1. anaṅgâpīḍa m. N. of a king of Kashmīr

anaṅgāsuhṛd

  1. anaṅgâsuhṛd m. 'Kāma's enemy', Śiva

anaṅgaka

  1. an-aṅgaka m. the mind L

anaṅguri

  1. an-aṅgurí mfn. destitute of fingers AV

anaccha

  1. an-accha mfn. unclear, turbid

anajakā

  1. an-ajakā or an-ajikā f. a miserable little goat Pāṇ. 7-3, 47

anañjana

  1. an-añjana mfn. free from collyrium or pigment or paint, (am), n. the sky, atmosphere L

anaḍuh

  1. anaḍ-úh ḍvā́n m. (fr. ánas, a cart, and √vah, to drag), an ox, bull
  2. the sign Taurus

anaḍujjihvā

  1. anaḍuj-jihvā f. the plant Gojihvā, Elephantopus Scaber

anaḍudda

  1. anaḍud-da m. donor of a bull or ox

anaḍutka

  1. anaḍutka mfn. ifc. for anaḍuh, (g. ura-ādi, and g. ṛśyâdi, q.v.)

anaḍuha

  1. anaḍuha m. ifc. for anaḍuh, N. of the chief of a certain Gotra (?), (g. śarad-ādi, q.v.)

anaḍuhī

  1. anaḍuhī́ "ṣBr. or .Pāṇ.], f. a cow

anaḍvāhī

  1. anaḍvāhī .Pāṇ.], f. a cow

anaṇu

  1. án-aṇu mfn. not minute or fine coarse ŚBr
  2. (us), m. coarse grain, peas, &c

anaṇīyas

  1. an-aṇīyas mfn. not at all minute
  2. vast, mighty Śiś. iii, 4

anata

  1. a-nata mfn. not bent, not bowed down
  2. not changed into a lingual consonant RPrāt
  3. erect
  4. stiff
  5. haughty

anati

  1. an-ati not very -, not too -, not past -. (Words commencing with an-ati are so easily analysed by referring to ati, &c., that few need be enumerated.)

anatikrama

  1. án-atikrama m. not transgressing ŚBr
  2. moderation, propriety

anatikramaṇīya

  1. an-atikramaṇīya mfn. not to be avoided, not to be transgressed, inviolable

anatidṛśya

  1. an-atidṛśyá mfn. not transparent ŚBr.: (or = aty-adṛśya), quite indiscernible

anatidbhuta

  1. án-atidbhuta mfn. unsurpassed RV. viii, 90, 3. [Page 24, Column]

anatineda

  1. án-atineda m. not foaming over MaitrS

anatirikta

  1. án-atirikta mfn. not abundant ŚBr

anatireca

  1. án-atireca n. not abundance MaitrS

anativṛtti

  1. an-ativṛtti f. congruity

anativyādhyā

  1. an-ativyādhyâ mfn. invulnerable AV. ix, 2, 16

anatyantagati

  1. an-atyanta-gati f. the sense of 'not exceedingly', sense of diminutive words

anatyaya

  1. án-atyaya m. the not going across ŚBr
  2. (mfn.), unperishable, unbroken

anatyudya

  1. an-atyudyá mfn. (= aty-an-udya), quite unfit to be mentioned, far above any expression AV. x, 7, 28

anadat

  1. án-adat mfn. not eating, not consuming RV. iii, 1, 6 AV. &c

anaddhā

  1. án-addhā or (with particle u) ánaddhô ind. not truly, not really, not definitely, not clearly ŚBr

anaddhāpuruṣa

  1. ○puruṣá m. one who is not a true man, one who is of no use either to gods or men or the manes ŚBr. AitBr. KātyŚr

anadyatana

  1. an-adyatana m. a tense (either past or future) not applicable to the current day Pāṇ

anadhas

  1. án-adhas ind. not below TBr

anadhika

  1. an-adhika mfn. having no superior, not to be enlarged or excelled
  2. boundless
  3. perfect

anadhikāra

  1. an-adhikāra m. absence of authority or right or claim

anadhikāracarcā

  1. ○carcā f. unjustifiable interference, intermeddling, officiousness

anadhikārin

  1. an-adhikārin mfn. not entitled to

anadhikṛta

  1. an-adhikṛta mfn. not placed at the head of, not appointed

anadhigata

  1. an-adhigata mfn. not obtained, not acquired
  2. not studied

anadhigatamanoratha

  1. ○manoratha mfn. one who has not obtained his wish, disappointed

anadhigataśāstra

  1. ○śāstra mfn. unacquainted with the Śāstras

anadhigamya

  1. an-adhigamya or mfn. unattainable

anadhigamanīya

  1. an-adhigamanīya mfn. unattainable

anadhiṣṭhāna

  1. an-adhiṣṭhāna n. want of superintendence

anadhiṣṭhita

  1. an-adhiṣṭhita mfn. not placed over, not appointed
  2. not present

anadhīna

  1. an-adhīna or an-adhinaka mfn. not subject to, independent
  2. m. an independent carpenter who works on his own account ( kauṭatakṣa)

anadhyakṣa

  1. an-adhyakṣa mfn. not perceptible by the senses, not observable
  2. without a superintendent

anadhyayana

  1. an-adhyayana n. not reading or studying, intermission of study Mn. &c

anadhyāya

  1. an-adhyāya m. id
  2. a time when there is intermission of study Mn

anadhyāyadivasa

  1. ○divasa m. a vacation day, holiday

ananaṅgamejaya

  1. an-anaṅgamejaya mfn. not leaving the body unshaken (?), cf. an-aṅgamejaya

ananukhyāti

  1. an4-anukhyāti f. not perceiving MaitrS

ananujñāta

  1. an-anujñāta mfn. not agreed to, not permitted
  2. denied

ananudhyāyin

  1. án-anudhyāyín mfn. not missing, not missing anything AitBr
  2. not insidious TBr

ananubhāvaka

  1. an-anubhāvaka mfn. unable to comprehend

ananubhāvakatā

  1. ○tā f. non-comprehension
  2. unintelligibility

ananubhāṣaṇa

  1. an-anubhāṣaṇa n. 'not repeating (for the sake of challenging) a proposition'
  2. tacit assent

ananubhūta

  1. an-anubhūta mfn. not perceived, not experienced unknown

ananumata

  1. an-anumata mfn. not approved or honoured, not liked, disagreeable, unfit

ananuyāja

  1. an-anuyājá or an-anūyājá ṭṣ., mfn. without a subsequent or final sacrifice

ananuṣaṅgin

  1. an-anuṣaṅgin mfn. not attached to, indifferent to

ananuṣṭhāna

  1. an-anuṣṭhāna n. non-observance, neglect
  2. impropriety

ananūkta

  1. án-anū7kta "ṣBr. xiv or ananū7kti Kāty"ṣr., mfn. not recited or studied
  2. not responded to. [Page 25, Column]

ananṛta

  1. an-anṛta mfn. not false, true Śiś. vi, 39

ananta

  1. an-antá mf(ā)n. endless, boundless, eternal, infinite
  2. m. N. of Vishṇu
  3. of Śesha (the snake-god)
  4. of Śesha's brother Vāsuki
  5. of Kṛishṇa
  6. of his brother Baladeva
  7. of Śiva
  8. of Rudra
  9. of one of the Viśva-devas
  10. of the 14th Arhat, &c
  11. the plant Sinduvāra, Vitex Trifolia
  12. Talc
  13. the 23rd lunar asterism, Śravaṇa
  14. a silken cord (tied round the right arm at a particular festival)
  15. the letter ā
  16. a periodic decimal fraction? (ā), f. the earth
  17. the number one
  18. N. of Pārvatī and of various females, the plant Śārivā
  19. Periploca Indica or Asclepias Pseudosarsa or Asthmatica (the √of which supplies a valuable medicine)
  20. (am), n. the sky, atmosphere
  21. Talc

anantakara

  1. ○kara mfn. rendering endless, magnifying indefinitely Pāṇ. 3-2, 21 R. v, 20, 26

anantaga

  1. ○ga mfn. going or moving for ever or indefinitely Pāṇ. 3-2, 48

anantaguṇa

  1. ○guṇa mfn. having boundless excellencies

anantacaturdaśī

  1. ○caturdaśī f. the fourteenth lunar day (or full moon) of Bhādra, when Ananta is worshipped

anantacāritra

  1. ○cāritra m. N. of a Bodhisattva

anantajit

  1. ○jit m. N. of the fourteenth Jaina Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī

anantatā

  1. ○tā (anantá-), f. eternity, infinity ŚBr. xiv

anantatāna

  1. ○tāna mfn. extensive

anantatīrtha

  1. ○tīrtha m. N. of an author

anantatīrthakṛt

  1. ○tīrtha-kṛt m. = Anantajit

anantatṛtīyā

  1. ○tṛtīyā f. the third day of Bhādra (said to be sacred to Vishṇu)

anantatṛtīyāvrata

  1. ○tṛtīyā-vrata N. of the twentyfourth Adhyāya of the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa

anantatva

  1. ○tva n. = -tā, q.v

anantadṛṣṭi

  1. ○dṛṣṭi m. N. of Śiva

anantadeva

  1. ○deva m. N. of various persons, especially of a king of Kashmīr

anantanemi

  1. ○nemi m. N. of a king of Mālava, a contemporary of Śakyamuni

anantapāra

  1. ○pāra mfn. of boundless width

anantapāla

  1. ○pāla m. N. of a warrior chief in Kashmir

anantabhaṭṭa

  1. ○bhaṭṭa m. N. of a man

anantamati

  1. ○mati m. N. of a Bodhisattva

anantamāyin

  1. ○māyin mfn. endlessly illusory or delusive or deceitful

anantamula

  1. ○mula m. the medicinal plant Śārivā

anantarāma

  1. ○rāma m. N. of a man

anantarāśi

  1. ○rāśi m. (in arithm.) an infinite quantity
  2. a periodic decimal fraction (?)

anantarūpa

  1. ○rūpa mfn. having innumerable forms or shapes

anantavat

  1. ○vat mfn. etenal, infinite
  2. (ān), m. (in the Upanishads) one of Brahmā's four feet (earth, intermediate space, heaven, and ocean)

anantavarman

  1. ○varman m. N. of a king

anantavāta

  1. ○vāta m. a disease of the head (like tetanus)

anantavikramin

  1. ○vikramin m. N. of a Bodhisattva

anantavijaya

  1. ○vijaya m. N. of Yudhishthira's conch shell

anantavīrya

  1. ○vīrya m. N. of the twenty-third Jaina Arhat of a future age

anantavrata

  1. ○vrata n. ceremony or festival in honour of Ananta or Vishṇu (on the day of the full moon in Bhādra)
  2. N. of the 102nd Adhyāya of the Bhavishyottara-Purāṇa

anantaśakti

  1. ○śakti mfn. omnipotent, (is), m. N. of a king

anantaśayana

  1. ○śayana n. Travancore

anantaśīrṣā

  1. ○śīrṣā f. N. of the snake king Vāsuki's wife

anantaśuṣma

  1. ○śuṣma (anantá-), mfn. possessing boundless strength or endlessly roaring (?) RV. i, 64, 10

anantātman

  1. anantâtman m. the infinite spirit

anantāśrama

  1. anantâśrama

ananteśvara

  1. anantêśvara &c., names of persons unknown

anantaka

  1. anantaka mfn. endless, boundless, eternal, infinite
  2. (am), n. the infinite (i.e. infinite space)

anantya

  1. anantya mfn. infinite, eternal, (am), n. infinity, eternity

anantara

  1. an-antará mf(ā) n. having no interior
  2. having no interstice or interval or pause
  3. uninterrupted, unbroken
  4. continuous
  5. immediately adjoining, contiguous
  6. next of kin, &c
  7. compact, close
  8. m. a neighbouring rival, a rival neighbour
  9. (am), n. contiguousness
  10. Brahma or the supreme soul (as being of one entire essence), (am), ind. immediately after
  11. after
  12. afterwards

anantaraja

  1. ○ja m. 'next-born', the son of a Kshatriyā or Vaiśyā mother by a father belonging to the caste immediately above the mother's Mn. x, 41

anantarajāta

  1. ○jāta m. id. Mn. x, 6
  2. also the son of a Śūdrā mother by a Vaiśya father

anantaraya

  1. án-antaraya m. non-interruption ŚBr. and PBr. (cf. antaraya.)

anantarāyam

  1. án-antarāyam ind. without a break ŚBr. and AitBr

anantarita

  1. án-antarita mfn. not separated by any interstice
  2. unbroken

anantariti

  1. án-antariti f. not excluding or passing over TS. AitBr

anantarīya

  1. anantarīya mfn. concerning or belonging to the next of kin, &c., (g. gahâdi, q.v.)

anantarhita

  1. án-antar-hita mfn. (√dhā), not concealed, manifest
  2. not separated by a break

ananda

  1. a-nanda mfn. joyless, cheerless
  2. (ās), m. pl., N. of a purgatory Up. [Page 25, Column]

anandha

  1. án-andha mfn. not blind TBr. &c

ananna

  1. án-anna n. rice or food undeserving of its name ŚBr. xiv

ananya

  1. an-anyá mf(ā)n. no other, not another, not different, identical
  2. self
  3. not having a second, unique
  4. not more than one, sole
  5. having no other (object), undistracted
  6. not attached or devoted to any one else TS

ananyagati

  1. ○gati f. sole resort or resource

ananyagati

  1. ○gati or mfn. having only one (or no other) resort or resource left

ananyagatika

  1. ○gatika mfn. having only one (or no other) resort or resource left

ananyagāmin

  1. ○gāmin mfn. going to no other

ananyaguru

  1. ○guru m. 'having no other as a Guru', N. of Kṛishṇa Śiś. i, 35

ananyacitta

  1. ○citta mf(ā)n. or giving one's undivided thought to (with loc.)

ananyacetas

  1. ○cetas mfn. giving one's undivided thought to (with loc.)

ananyacodita

  1. ○codita mfn. self-impelled

ananyaja

  1. ○ja m. N. of Kāma or Love

ananyatā

  1. ○tā f. or identity

ananyatva

  1. ○tva n. identity

ananyadṛṣṭi

  1. ○dṛṣṭi mfn. gazing intently

ananyadeva

  1. ○deva mfn. having no other god

ananyaniṣpādya

  1. ○niṣpādya mfn. to be accomplished by no other

ananyapūrvā

  1. ○pūrvā f. a female who never belonged to another, a virgin Ragh

ananyapratikriya

  1. ○pratikriya mfn. having no other means of resistance or redress

ananyabhava

  1. ○bhava mfn. originating in or with no other

ananyabhāva

  1. ○bhāva mfn. thinking of the only one, i.e. of the Supreme Spirit

ananyamanas

  1. ○manas or mfn. exercising undivided attention

ananyamanaska

  1. ○manaska or mfn. exercising undivided attention

ananyamānasa

  1. ○mānasa mfn. exercising undivided attention

ananyayoga

  1. ○yoga m. not suitable to any others
  2. (am), ind. not in consequence of any other (word) RPrāt

ananyaviṣaya

  1. ○viṣaya mfn. exclusively applicable

ananyaviṣayātman

  1. ○viṣayâtman mfn. having the mind fixed upon one (or the sole) object

ananyavṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti mfn. closely attentive

ananyasādhāraṇa

  1. ○sādhāraṇa mfn. not common to any one else, not belonging to any other

ananyahṛta

  1. ○hṛta mfn. not carried off by another, safe

ananyanubhava

  1. ananyánubhava m. N. of the teacher of Prakāśātman

ananyārtha

  1. ananyârtha mfn. not subservient to another object
  2. principal

ananyāśrita

  1. ananyâśrita mfn. not having resorted to another
  2. independent
  3. (am), n. (in law) unencumbered property

ananyādṛśa

  1. an-anyādṛśa mf(ī) n. not like others Kathās

ananvaya

  1. an-anvaya m. want of connexion, (in rhetoric) comparison of an object with its own ideal, (as, 'a lady-like lady.')

ananvita

  1. an-anvita mfn. unconnected, inconsecutive, desultory, incoherent, irrelevant, irregular
  2. not attended with, destitute of

ananvavacāra

  1. án-anvavacāra "ṣBr. or án-anvavâya ṃaitrṣ., m. or án-anvavâyana "ṣBr., n. (√car and √i with anu and ava), not following or going after any one (in a sneaking manner)

ananvābhakta

  1. án-anvābhakta mfn. (√bhaj), not receiving a share, not interested in (loc.) ŚBr

anapa

  1. an-apa mfn. destitute of water L

anapakaraṇa

  1. an-apakaraṇa n. (in law) non-payment, non-delivery

anapakarman

  1. an-apakarman a n. id. Mn. viii, 4

anapakāra

  1. an-apakāra m. harmlessness

anapakārin

  1. an-apakārin mfn. not harming, innocuous

anapakṛta

  1. an-apakṛta mfn. unharmed
  2. (am), n. no offence MBh

anapakriyā

  1. an-apakriyā f. = an-apakaraṇa Mn

anapakarṣa

  1. an-apakarṣa m. (√kṛṣ), m. non-degradation, superiority

anapakrama

  1. án-apakrama m. not going away

anapakramin

  1. án-apakramin mfn. not departing from
  2. devoted, attached to

anapakrāma

  1. an-apakrāma m. not retreating or withdrawing from AitBr

anapakrāmuka

  1. an-apakrāmuká mf(ā́) n. not running away MaitrS. PBr

anapaga

  1. án-apaga ṭṣ. or an-apagá "ṣBr., mf(ā)n. not departing from (abl. or in comp.)

anapacyuta

  1. an-apacyuta mfn. not falling off, holding fast (a yoke) RV. x, 93, 12
  2. never dropping off, keeping to or faithful for ever RV

anapajayyam

  1. án-apajayyám ind. (√ji), so that its victorious character cannot be reversed ŚBr

anapatya

  1. an-apatyá mf(ā)n. childless
  2. (ám), n. childlessness RV. iii, 54, 18

anapatyatā

  1. ○tā f. childlessness Śāk. &c

anapatyavat

  1. ○vat (ánapatya-), mfn. childless AV

anapatyaka

  1. anapatyaka mfn. childless

anapatrapa

  1. an-apatrapa mfn. shameless. [Page 25, Column]

anapadeśa

  1. an-apadeśa m. an invalid argument

anapadhṛṣya

  1. an-apadhṛṣya ind, p. not having overpowered AitBr

anapanihitam

  1. an-apanihitám ind. without leaving out anything ŚBr

anapayati

  1. an-apayati ind. (loc.pr.p. √i with apa?), 'before the sun makes a start', very early L

anapara

  1. an-apará mfn. without another
  2. having no follower
  3. single, sole (as N. of Brahma) ŚBr. xiv

anaparāddha

  1. án-aparāddha mfn. one who has not injured anybody MBh
  2. faultless ŚBr
  3. (ám), ind. without injury ŚBr. xiv

anaparādha

  1. an-aparādha m. innocence, innocuousness
  2. (mfn.), innocent, faultless
  3. free from defects

anaparādhatva

  1. ○tva n. freedom from fault

anaparādhin

  1. anaparādhin mfn. innocent

anapalāṣuka

  1. an-apalāṣuka mfn. not thirsty Pāṇ. 6-2, 160 Sch

anapavācana

  1. an-apavācaná mfn. impossible to be talked away or wished away AV. viii, 8, 9

anapavṛjya

  1. an-apavṛjyá mfn. not to be finished (as a way
  2. 'free from objects that should be shunned as impure' Sāy.) RV. i, 146, 3

anapavyayat

  1. án-apavyayat (apa-vy-ayat), mfn. unremitting RV. vi, 75, 7

anapasara

  1. an-apasara mfn. 'having no hole to creep out of', inexcusable, unjustifiable, m. a usurper Mn. viii, 198

anapasaraṇa

  1. an-apasaraṇá n. not leaving a place or withdrawing from it ŚBr

anapaspṛś

  1. án-apaspṛś mfn. not refusing, not obstinate AV

anapasphur

  1. án-apasphur [RV. viii, 69, 1] or án-apasphura [RV. vi, 48, 1], mf(ā)n. or án-apasphurat [RV. iv, 42, 10 AV.], mfn. 'not withdrawing', not refusing to be milked (said of a cow)

anapahatapāpman

  1. án-apahata-pāpman mfn. (said of the Pitṛis to distinguish them from the Devas) not freed from evil ŚBr

anapahanana

  1. an-apahanana n. not repelling from PBr

anapākaraṇa

  1. an-apâkaraṇa n. (in law) non-payment, non-delivery

anapākarman

  1. an-apâkarman a n. id

anapāya

  1. an-apâya mfn. without obstacles, prosperous
  2. m. freedom from mischief
  3. (in phil.) the state of not being abridged or deprived of (abl.)
  4. N. of Śiva

anapāyin

  1. ánapâyin mfn. not going or passing away, constant in the same state
  2. invariable

anapāvṛt

  1. án-apāvṛt ind. without turning away, unremittingly RV. vi, 32, 5 and x, 89, 3

anapāśraya

  1. an-apāśraya mfn. not dependent

anapuṃsaka

  1. a-napuṃsaka n. (in Gr.) not a neuter

anapūpīya

  1. an-apūpīya or an-apūpya mfn. unfit for cakes. apūpa

anapekṣa

  1. an-apêkṣa mfn. regardless, careless
  2. indifferent
  3. impartial
  4. irrespective of
  5. irrelevant
  6. (ā), f. disregard, carelessness
  7. (án-apêkṣam), ind. irrespectively, carelessly ŚBr

anapekṣatva

  1. ○tva n. disregard
  2. irrelevance
  3. irrespectiveness
  4. (āt), ind. from having no reference to, since (it) has no reference to

anapekṣita

  1. an-apêkṣita mfn. disregarded
  2. unheeded
  3. unexpected

anapekṣin

  1. an-apêkṣin mfn. regardless of
  2. indifferent to

anapekṣya

  1. an-apêkṣya ind. p. disregarding, irrespective of

anapeta

  1. án-apêta mfn. not gone off, not past
  2. not separated, faithful to, possessed of

anapoddhārya

  1. an-apôddhāryá mfn. of which nothing is to be taken off ŚBr

anapta

  1. án-apta mfn. not watery RV. ix, 16, 3

anapnas

  1. an-apnás mfn. destitute of means RV. ii, 23, 9, [Lat. inops.] [Page 26, Column]

anapsaras

  1. an-apsaras ās f. unlike an Apsaras, unworthy of an Apsaras

anaphā

  1. anaphā f. a particular configuration of the planets. [Gk. ?] [Page 26, Column]

anabhijña

  1. an-abhijña mfn. unacquainted with, ignorant Comm. on Mn. ii, 125

anabhidruh

  1. án-abhidruh mfn. not malicious RV. ii, 41, 5

anabhipreta

  1. an-abhiprêta n. an occurrence different from what was intended

anabhibhūta

  1. an-abhibhūta mfn. not overcome, unsurpassed
  2. not beset, unobstructed

anabhimata

  1. an-abhimata mfn. not to one's mind, disliked Hit

anabhimānuka

  1. án-abhimānuka mfn. not having evil intentions against (acc.) MaitrS. AitBr

anabhimlāta

  1. an-abhi-mlāta mfn. unfaded

anabhimlātavarṇa

  1. ○varṇa (ánabhimlāta-), mfn. of unfaded colour or brightness RV. ii, 35, 13

anabhimlāna

  1. an-abhimlāna m. 'non-fading', N. of the chief of a Gotra, (g. śivâdi, q.v.)

anabhirūpa

  1. an-abhirūpa mfn. not corresponding
  2. not handsome, not pleasing

anabhilakṣita

  1. an-abhilakṣita m. 'destitute of (right) marks or symbols', an impostor

anabhilāhṣa

  1. an-abhilāhṣa m. non-relish
  2. want of appetite
  3. want of desire

anabhilāṣin

  1. an-abhilāṣin mfn. not desirous

anabhivāduka

  1. an-abhivāduka mfn. not greeting GopBr. Vait

anabhivādya

  1. an-abhivādya mfn. not to be greeted

anabhivyakta

  1. an-abhivyakta mfn. indistinct

anabhiśasta

  1. an-abhiśasta [RV. ix, 88,] or án-abhiśasti Vṣ. or an-abhiśastenyá Vṣ. or án-abhiśastya ṇaigh., mfn. blameless, faultless

anabhiṣaṅga

  1. an-abhiṣaṅga or an-abhiṣvaṅga m. absence of connection or attachment

anabhisandhāna

  1. an-abhisandhāna n. absence of design
  2. disinterestedness

anabhisandhi

  1. an-abhisandhi m. id

anabhisandhikṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. done undesignedly

anabhisambandha

  1. an-abhisambandha mfn. unconnected
  2. m. no connection

anabhisneha

  1. an-abhisneha mfn. without affection, cold, unimpassioned Bhag

anabhihita

  1. án-abhihita mfn. not named
  2. not fastened ŚBr., m. N. of the chief of a Gotra, (g. upakâdi, q.v.)

anabhīśu

  1. an-abhīśú mfn. without bridles RV

anabhyanujñā

  1. an-abhyanujñā f. non-permission

anabhyavacāruka

  1. án-abhyavacāruka mf(ā)n. not attacking MaitrS

anabhyārūḍha

  1. án-abhyārūḍha mfn. not ascended, not mounted AV
  2. not attained ŚBr

anabhyāroha

  1. án-abhyāroha m. not ascending ŚBr

anabhyārohya

  1. an-abhyārohyá mfn. not to be ascended ŚBr

anabhyāśa

  1. an-abhyāśa or an-abhyāsa mfn. not near, distant

anabhyāsamitya

  1. an-abhyāsam-itya mfn. improper to be approached Pāṇ. 6-3, 70 Comm

anabhyāsa

  1. an-abhyāsa m. want of practice or skill

anabhra

  1. an-abhra mf(ā)n. cloudless

anabhravṛṣṭi

  1. ○vṛ-ṣṭi f. 'cloudless rain', any unexpected acquisition or advantage Kir. iii, 5

anabhraka

  1. an-abhraka ās m. pl. 'cloudless', N. of a class of divinities Buddh

anabhri

  1. an-abhrí mfn. not dug out with a spade (said of rain-water) AV

anama

  1. a-nama m. 'one who makes no salutation to others', a Brāhman L

anamasyu

  1. á-namasyu mfn. not bowing RV. x, 48, 6. [Page 26, Column]

anamitampaca

  1. an-amitam-paca mfn. 'not cooking what has not first been measured', niggardly, miserly (= mitam-paca, q.v.)

anamitra

  1. an-amitrá mfn. having no enemies AV
  2. (ám), n. the having no enemies AV. VS
  3. m. N. of various persons, particularly a king of Ayodhyā

anamīva

  1. an-amīvá mf(ā́)n., Ved. free from disease, well, comfortable
  2. salubrious, salutary
  3. (ám), n. good health, happy state RV. x, 14, 11

anambara

  1. an-ambara mfn. wearing no clothing, naked
  2. m. a Jaina mendicant
  3. cf. dig-ambara

anaya

  1. a-naya m. bad management
  2. bad conduct (gambling, &c.)

anaya

  1. an-aya m. evil course, ill luck
  2. misfortune, adversity (cf. ayânaya s.v. aya.)

anayaṃgata

  1. anayaṃ-gata mfn. fallen into misfortune

anaraṇya

  1. an-araṇya m. N. of a king of Ayodhyā, said by some to have been Pṛithu's father

anarus

  1. án-arus mfn. not sore or wounded ŚBr

anargala

  1. an-argala mfn. without bars or checks, free, licentious

anargha

  1. an-argha mfn. priceless, invaluable
  2. m. wrong value

anargharāghava

  1. ○rāghava n. N. of a drama (by Murāri, treating of Rāma)

anarghya

  1. an-arghya mfn. priceless, invaluable Kum. i, 59, &c
  2. not valuable L

anarghyatva

  1. ○tva n. pricelessness Hit

anarjuna

  1. an-arjuna mfn. without Arjuna MBh

anartha

  1. an-artha m. non-value, a worthless or useless object
  2. disappointing occurrence, reverse, evil
  3. nonsense
  4. (mfn.), worthless, useless, bad
  5. unfortunate
  6. having no meaning
  7. having not that (but another) meaning
  8. nonsensical

anarthakara

  1. ○kara mfn. doing what is useless or worthless
  2. unprofitable
  3. producing evil or misfortune

anarthatva

  1. ○tva n. uselessness, &c

anarthadarśin

  1. ○darśin mfn. minding useless or worthless things

anarthanāśin

  1. ○nāśin m. 'Evil-destroyer', Śiva

anarthabuddhi

  1. ○buddhi mfn. having a worthless intellect

anarthabhāva

  1. ○bhāva mfn. having a bad nature, malicious

anarthalupta

  1. ○lupta mfn. freed from all that is worthless

anarthasaṃśaya

  1. ○saṃśaya m. non-risk of money or wealth

anarthaka

  1. an-arthaka mfn. useless, vain, worthless
  2. meaningless, nonsensical

anarthya

  1. an-arthyá mfn. worthless, useless ŚBr

anarpaṇa

  1. án-arpaṇa n. non-surrendering, not giving up AV. xii, 4, 33

anarman

  1. anarmán mfn. = an-arván, q.v. AV. vii, 7, 1

anarva

  1. an-arvá mf(ā́)n. or an-arván mfn. not to be limited, not to be obstructed, irresistible RV

anarvaṇa

  1. an-arváṇa mfn. id. RV. viii, 31, 12
  2. m. N. of the god Pūshan RV. v, 51, 11 and x, 92, 14

anarviś

  1. ánar-viś ṭ m. seated on the car (ánas), a driver RV. i, 121, 7

anarśani

  1. án-arśani m. N. of a demon slain by Indra RV. viii, 32, 2

anarśarāti

  1. án-arśa-rāti mfn. giving uninjurious things, one whose gifts do not hurt RV. viii, 99, 4

anarha

  1. an-arha mf(ā) n. or an-arhat mfn. undeserving of punishment or of reward
  2. unworthy
  3. inadequate, unsuitable

anarhyatā

  1. anarhya-tā f. the not being properly estimated
  2. unworthiness
  3. inadequacy
  4. unsuitableness

anala

  1. anala m. (√an), fire
  2. the god of fire, digestive power, gastric juice
  3. bile L
  4. wind L
  5. N. of Vasudeva
  6. of a Muni
  7. of one of the eight Vasus
  8. of a monkey
  9. of various plants (Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea
  10. Semicarpus Anacardium)
  11. the letter r
  12. the number three
  13. (in astron.) the fiftieth year of Bṛihaspati's cycle
  14. the third lunar mansion or Kṛittikā (?)

analada

  1. ○da (fr. 3. da), mfn. quenching fire (said of water) Kir.v, 25

analadīpana

  1. ○dīpana mfn. exciting the digestion, stomachic

analaprabhā

  1. ○prabhā f. the plant Halicacabum Cardiospermum

analapriyā

  1. ○priyā f. Agni's wife

analavāṭa

  1. ○vāṭa m. N. of ancient Pattana. [Page 26, Column]

analasāda

  1. ○sāda m. dyspepsia

analānanda

  1. analânanda m. N. of a Vedāntic writer, author of the Vedānta-kalpataru

analaṃkariṣṇu

  1. an-alaṃkariṣṇu mfn. not given to the use of ornaments
  2. unornamented

analam

  1. an-alam ind. not enough
  2. insufficiently

analasa

  1. an-alasa mfn. not lazy, active

anali

  1. anali m. the tree Sesbana Grandiflora

analpa

  1. an-alpa mfn. not a little, much, numerous

analpaghoṣa

  1. ○ghoṣa mfn. very clamorus, very noisy

analpamanyu

  1. ○manyu mfn. greatly enraged

anavakāśa

  1. an-avakāśa mf(ā)n. having no opportunity or occasion
  2. uncalled for, inapplicable Pāṇ. 1-4, 1 Sch

anavakrāmam

  1. an-avakrāmam ind. not stepping upon ĀpŚr

anavagāhin

  1. an-avagāhin mfn. (√gāh), not dipping into, not studying

anavagāhya

  1. an-avagāhya mfn. unfathomable

anavagīta

  1. an-avagīta mfn. not made an object of contemptuous song, uncensured

anavagraha

  1. an-avagraha mfn. resistless
  2. not to be intercepted

anavaglāyat

  1. án-avaglāyat mfn. not growing remiss AV. iv, 4, 7

anavacchinna

  1. an-avacchinna mfn. not intersected, uninterrupted
  2. not marked off, unbounded, immoderate
  3. undiscriminated

anavacchinnahāsa

  1. ○hāsa m. continuous or immoderate laughter

anavatapta

  1. an-avatapta m. N. of a serpent king Buddh
  2. of a lake (= Rāvaṇa-hrada) ib

anavattva

  1. anavat-tva √an

anavadya

  1. an-avadyá mf(ā́)n. irreproachable, faultless
  2. unobjectionable
  3. (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras

anavadyatā

  1. ○tā f. or faultlessness

anavadyatva

  1. ○tva n. faultlessness

anavadyarūpa

  1. ○rūpa (anavadyá-), mf(ā) n. of faultless form or beauty RV. x, 68, 3, &c

anavadyāṅga

  1. anavadyâṅga mf(ī)n. having faultless body or limbs

anavadrāṇa

  1. an-avadrāṇá mfn. (√drā), not going to sleep, not sleepy AV. viii, 1, 13

anavadharṣya

  1. an-avadharṣyá (6), mfn. not to be defied AV. viii, 2, 10

anavadhāna

  1. an-avadhāna n. inattention, inadvertence
  2. (mfn.), inattentive, careless

anavadhānatā

  1. ○tā f. inadvertency

anavadhi

  1. an-avadhi mfn. unlimited

anavadhṛṣya

  1. an-avadhṛṣyá mfn. impossible to be put down or injured ŚBr

anavana

  1. an-avana mf(ī Śiś. vi, 37)n. 'affording no help or protection', causing distress
  2. (am), n. non-protection Pāṇ. 1-3, 66

anavanāmitavaijayanta

  1. an-avanāmita-vaijayanta m. 'having victorious banners unlowered', 'ever glorious', a future universe Buddh

anavapṛgṇa

  1. án-avapṛgṇa mfn. (√pṛc), not closely united, but spreading all around RV. i, 152, 4

anavabudhyamāna

  1. an-avabudhyamāna mfn. deranged L

anavabrava

  1. an-avabravá mfn. (√brū), irreproachable RV. x, 84, 5

anavabhrarādhas

  1. an-avabhrá-rādhas mfn. (√bhṛ), having or giving undiminished (or durable) wealth RV

anavama

  1. an-avama mf(ā)n. not low
  2. exalted

anavamarśam

  1. án-avamarśam ind. without touching ŚBr

anavamṛśya

  1. an-avamṛśyá mfn. not fit to be touched ŚBr

anavara

  1. an-avara mfn. not inferior
  2. excellent. [Page 27, Column]

anavarata

  1. an-avarata mfn. incessant
  2. (am), ind. incessantly

anavaratha

  1. an-avaratha m. N. of a son of Madhu and father of Kuruvatsa VP

anavarārdhya

  1. an-avarârdhya mfn. chief, principal L

anavalamba

  1. an-avalamba mfn. having no support, not propped up

anavalambana

  1. an-avalambana n. independence

anavalambita

  1. an-avalambita mfn. not supported or propped up, not dependent

anavalepa

  1. an-avalepa mfn. free from veneer, unvarnished, plain, unassuming

anavalobhana

  1. an-avalobhana n. (for ○lopana, 'cutting off' Comm.), N. of a ceremony observed by a pregnant woman to prevent miscarriage (treated of in an Upanishad) ĀśvGṛ

anavasa

  1. an-avasá mfn. (probably fr. √so with ava), not making to halt, not stopping RV. vi, 66, 7

anavasara

  1. an-avasara mfn. having no interval of leisure, busy
  2. coming when there is no such interval, inopportune
  3. m. absence of leisure
  4. unseasonableness

anavasādya

  1. an-avasādya ind. p. (Caus. of ava-√sad), not discouraging, not annoying

anavasāna

  1. an-avasāna mfn. (√so), having no termination, free from death
  2. endless

anavasita

  1. an-avasita mfn. not set, not terminated, (ā), f. N. of a species of the Trishṭubh metre (consisting of four lines with eleven feet in each)

anavasyat

  1. án-avasyat mfn. unceasing RV. iv, 13, 3

anavaskara

  1. an-avaskara mfn. free from dirt, clean, cleansed

anavastha

  1. an-avastha mfn. unsettled, unstable
  2. (ā), f. unsettled condition or character
  3. instability, unsteady or loose conduct
  4. (in phil.) nonfinality (of a proposition), endless series of statements

anavasthāna

  1. an-avasthāna mfn. unstable, fickle BhP
  2. m. wind, (am), n. instability, unsteadiness or looseness of conduct

anavasthāyin

  1. an-avasthāyin mfn. transient

anavasthita

  1. an-avasthita mfn. unsettled, unsteady, loose in conduct

anavasthitacitta

  1. ○citta mfn. unsteady-minded

anavasthitacittatva

  1. ○cittatva n. unsteadiness of mind

anavasthitatva

  1. ○tva n. unsteadiness, instability

anavasthiti

  1. an-avasthiti f. instability
  2. unsteadiness
  3. looseness of character

anavasyat

  1. án-ava-syat an-avasāna

anavahita

  1. an-avahita mfn. heedless, inattentive

anavahvara

  1. án-avahvara mfn. not crooked, straightforward RV. ii, 41, 6

anavāc

  1. an-avāc mfn. not speechless

anavāñc

  1. an-avāñc āṅ, ācī, āk, not inclining, downwards, looking up or straightforward

anavānat

  1. án-avânat mfn. (√an), not taking breath, not respiring ŚBr

anavānam

  1. an-avânam ind. without breathing between, in one breath, without interruption, uno tenore AitBr

anavānatā

  1. anavâna-tā f. uninterruptedness, contiguity

anavāpta

  1. an-avâpta mfn. not obtained

anavāpti

  1. an-avâpti f. non-attainment

anavāya

  1. an-avâyá mfn. uninterrupted, unyielding RV. vii, 104, 2

anavithya

  1. an-avithya mfn. (fr. avi, q.v.), not suited to sheep

anavekṣa

  1. an-avêkṣa mfn. regardless, (am), ind. irrespectively
  2. without regard to
  3. (ā), f. or

anavekṣaṇa

  1. an-avêkṣaṇa n. regardlessness

anavrata

  1. an-avrata mfn. not destitute of ascetic exercises
  2. m. a Jaina devotee of that description

anaśana

  1. án-aśana n. abstinence from food, fasting (especially as a form of suicide adopted from vindictive motives) [Page 27, Column]
  2. (mfn.), fasting

anaśanatā

  1. ○tā (anaśaná-), f. not eating ŚBr

anaśanāya

  1. an-aśanāyá mfn. not hungry ŚBr

anaśita

  1. án-aśita n. condition of not having eaten, fasting

anaśnat

  1. án-aśnat mfn. not eating RV. i, 164, 20, &c

anaśnantsāṅgamana

  1. án-aśnan-t-sāṅgamaná m. the sacrificial fire in the Sabhā (which is approached before breakfast) ŚBr

anaśnāna

  1. an-aśnāna mf(ā)n. not eating

anaśru

  1. an-aśrú mfn. tearless RV. x, 18, 7 VS

anaśva

  1. an-aśvá mfn. having no horse or horses RV. [cf. ?]
  2. m. something that is not a horse Pañcat

anaśvadā

  1. ○dā (án-áśva-), mfn. one who does not give horses RV. v, 54, 5

anaśvan

  1. an-aśvan ā m. N. of Parīkshit's father MBh. i, 3793 seqq

anaśvara

  1. a-naśvara mfn. imperishable

anaṣṭa

  1. a-naṣṭa mfn. undestroyed, unimpaired

anaṣṭapaśu

  1. ○paśu (ánaṣṭa-), mfn. having one's cattle unimpaired RV. x, 17, 3

anaṣṭavedas

  1. ○vedas (ánaṣṭa-), mfn. having one's property unimpaired RV. vi, 54, 8

anas

  1. ánas as n. (√an Uṇ.), a cart RV. &c
  2. a mother L
  3. birth L
  4. off spring, living creature L
  5. boiled rice L

anasvat

  1. ○vat (ánas-), mfn. yoked to a cart RV. AV

anaḍuh

  1. anaḍ-úh

anarviś

  1. ánar-viś

anoratha

  1. ano-ratha &c. s.v

anasūya

  1. an-asūya mfn. not spiteful, not envious
  2. (ā), f. freedom from spite
  3. absence of ill-will or envy
  4. N. of a daughter of Daksha
  5. of one of Śakuntalā's friends

anasūyaka

  1. an-asūyaka or mfn. not spiteful or envious

anasūyu

  1. an-asūyu mfn. not spiteful or envious

anasūri

  1. an-a-sūri m. not unwise, intelligent ChUp

anastamita

  1. án-astam-ita mfn. not gone down, not subject to setting or declining

anastha

  1. an-asthá [RV. viii, 1, 34 AV.] or an-ásthaka ṃaitrṣ. or an-asthán [RV. i, 164, 4 Mn.] or an-asthi Kāty"ṣr. or anasthika ṭṣ. or an-ásthika "ṣBr. Yājñ. or anasthi-mat mfn. boneless

anahaṃkāra

  1. an-ahaṃkāra m. non-egotism, absence of self-conceit or of the tendency to regard self as something distinct from the Supreme Spirit, freedom from pride
  2. (mfn.), free from self-conceit

anahaṃkṛta

  1. an-ahaṃkṛta mfn. free from self-conceit

anahaṃkṛti

  1. an-ahaṃkṛti f. = an-ahaṃkāra
  2. (mfn.), free from self-conceit or pride

anahaṃvādin

  1. an-ahaṃ-vādin^ mfn. = an-ahaṃkṛta

anahan

  1. an-ahan as n. a non-day, no day, an evil or unlucky day L

anā

  1. anā́ ind. (fr. pronom. base a), hereby, thus, indeed RV

anākāra

  1. an-ākāra mfn. shapeless

anākārita

  1. an-ākārita mfn. not claimed, not exacted

anākāla

  1. án-ākāla m. unseasonable time ŚBr
  2. (in law-books) famine

anākālabhṛta

  1. ○bhṛta m. a slave who became so voluntarily to avoid starvation in a time of scarcity (also spelt annākāla-bhṛta)

anākāśa

  1. an-ākāśá mfn. having no ether or transparent atmosphere, differing from ether ŚBr. xiv
  2. opaque, dark
  3. (am), n. non-ether

anākula

  1. an-ākula mf(ā)n. not beset
  2. not confused, unperplexed, calm, consistent, regular

anākṛta

  1. án-ākṛta mfn. unreclaimed, unreclaimable RV. i, 141, 7, not taken care of PBr

anākrānta

  1. an-ākrānta mfn. unassailed, unassailable
  2. (ā), f. the Prickly Nightshade (Solanum Jacquini)

anākṣārita

  1. an-ākṣārita mfn. unreproached

anākṣit

  1. án-ākṣit mfn. not residing or resting ŚBr

anāga

  1. án-āga mf(ā)n. án-āgas

anāgata

  1. án-āgata mfn. (√gam), not come, not arrived [Page 27, Column]
  2. future
  3. not attained, not learnt
  4. unknown
  5. (am), n. the future

anāgatavat

  1. ○vat mfn. connected with or relating to the future

anāgatavidhātṛ

  1. ○vidhātṛ m. 'disposer of the future', provident
  2. N. of a fish Pañcat

anāgatābādha

  1. anāgatâbādha m. future trouble

anāgatārtavā

  1. anāgatârtavā f. a girl who has not yet attained to puberty

anāgatāvekṣaṇa

  1. anāgatâvekṣaṇa n. act of looking at that which is not yet come or the future

anāgati

  1. an-āgati f. non-arrival
  2. non-attainment
  3. non-accession

anāgama

  1. an-āgama m. non-arrival
  2. non-attainment
  3. (mfn.), not come, not present
  4. (in law) not constituting an accession to previous property, but possessed from time immemorial, and therefore without documentary proof

anāgamopabhoga

  1. anāgamôpabhoga m. enjoyment of such property

anāgamiṣyat

  1. án-āgamiṣyat mfn. one who will not approach AV

anāgamya

  1. an-āgamya mfn. unapproachable, unattainable

anāgāmin

  1. an-āgāmin mfn. not coming, not arriving
  2. not future, not subject to returning
  3. (ī), m. N. of the third among the four Buddhist orders

anāgāmuka

  1. an-āgāmuka mfn. not in the habit of coming, not likely to come Pāṇ. 6-2, 160 Sch

anāgas

  1. án-āgas mfn. sinless, blameless RV. &c
  2. (an-āgás), mfn. not injuring RV. x, 165, 2

anāgāstva

  1. anāgās-tvá n. sinlessness RV

anāgohatyā

  1. anāgo-hatyā́ f. murder of an innocent person AV. x, 1, 29

anāga

  1. án-āga mf(ā)n. sinless RV
  2. (ā), f. N. of a river

anāgūrtin

  1. án-āgūrtin mfn. one who has not recited the Āgur ŚBr

anācaraṇa

  1. an-ācaraṇa n. non-performance of what is right or customary, improper behaviour
  2. misconduct

anācāra

  1. an-ācāra m. id., (mfn.), improper in behaviour
  2. regardless of custom or propriety or law
  3. unprincipled
  4. uncommon, curious Kauś

anācārin

  1. anācārin mfn. not acting properly

anācāryabhogīna

  1. an-ācārya-bhogīna mfn. unfit or improper for a spiritual teacher to eat or enjoy

anāchṛṇṇa

  1. án-āchṛṇṇa mfn. not poured upon TS

anāchṛṇṇa

  1. án-āchṛṇṇa mfn. (√jñā), not learning or perceiving AV

anājñapta

  1. an-ājñapta mfn. not commanded

anājñaptakārin

  1. ○kārin mfn. doing what has not been commanded

anājñāta

  1. an-ājñāta mfn. unknown, surpassing all that has ever been known
  2. (án-ājñātam), ind. in an unknown, i.e. inexplicable way or manner TS

anāḍhya

  1. án-āḍhya mfn. not wealthy, poor ŚBr. &c

anāḍhyambhaviṣṇu

  1. an-āḍhyam-bhaviṣṇu mfn. not becoming wealthy, becoming poor (?) Pāṇ. 6-2, 160 Sch

anātata

  1. án-ātata mfn. not stretched or strung VS

anātapa

  1. an-ātapa m. freedom from the blaze of the sun
  2. shade
  3. (mfn.), shady

anātura

  1. an-āturá [once án-ātura AV. xii, 2, 4], mfn. free from suffering or weariness RV. &c
  2. well

anātman

  1. an-ātman ā m. not self, another
  2. something different from spirit or soul
  3. (an-ātmán) mfn. not spiritual, corporeal, destitute of spirit or mind ŚBr

anātma

  1. an-ātma (in comp. for an-ātman)

anātmajña

  1. ○jña mfn. destitute of spiritual knowledge or true wisdom

anātmapratyavekṣā

  1. ○pratyavêkṣā f. reflection that there is no spirit or self Buddh

anātmavat

  1. ○vat mfn. not self-possessed
  2. (vat), ind. unlike one's self

anātmaka

  1. an-ātmaka mfn. unreal Buddh

anātmanīna

  1. an-ātmanīna mfn. not adapted to self, disinterested

anātmya

  1. an-ātmya mfn. impersonal TUp., (am), n. want of affection for one's own family BhP

anātyantika

  1. an-ātyantika mfn. not perpetual, not final, intermittent, recurrent

anātha

  1. a-nātha mf(ā)n. having no master or protector
  2. widowed
  3. fatherless
  4. helpless, poor
  5. (ám), n. want of a protector, helplessness RV. x, 10, 11

anāthapiṇḍada

  1. ○piṇḍa-da or m. 'giver of cakes or food to the poor', N. of a merchant (in whose garden Śākyamuni used to instruct his disciples)

anāthapiṇḍika

  1. ○piṇḍika m. 'giver of cakes or food to the poor', N. of a merchant (in whose garden Śākyamuni used to instruct his disciples)

anāthasabhā

  1. ○sabhā f. a poor-house. [Page 28, Column]

anāda

  1. a-nāda m. absence of sound (in pronouncing aspirated letters) RPrāt

anādin

  1. a-nādin mfn. not sounding

anādadāna

  1. an-ādadāna mfn. not accepting

anādara

  1. an-ādara m. disrespect, contemptuous neglect
  2. (an-ādará), mfn. indifferent ŚBr. ChUp

anādaraṇa

  1. an-ādaraṇa n. disrespectful behaviour, neglect

anādarin

  1. an-ādarin mfn. disrespectful, irreverent

anādṛta

  1. an-ādṛta mfn. not respected, disrespected

anādṛtya

  1. an-ādṛtya ind. p. without respecting, regardless

anādi

  1. an-ādi mfn. having no beginning, existing from eternity

anāditva

  1. ○tva n. state of having no beginning

anādinidhana

  1. ○nidhana mfn. having neither beginning nor end, eternal

anādimat

  1. ○mat mfn. having no beginning

anādimadhyānta

  1. ○madhyânta mfn. having no beginning, middle or end

anādyananta

  1. anādy-ananta mfn. without beginning and without end Up

anādyanta

  1. an-ādyanta mfn. without beginning and end
  2. m. N. of Śiva

anādiṣṭa

  1. án-ādiṣṭa mfn. not indicated
  2. not commanded or instructed
  3. not allowed

anādīnava

  1. an-ādīnava mfn. faultless Śiś

anādṛta

  1. an-ādṛta an-ādara

anādeya

  1. an-ādeya mfn. unfit or improper to be received, unacceptable, inadmissible

anādeśakara

  1. anādeśa-kara mfn. doing what is not commanded or not allowed BhP

anādya

  1. an-ādya mfn. = an-ādi, q.v

anādya

  1. an-ādyá mf(ā́)n. (= an-adya), not eatable AV. ŚBr. Mn

anādhṛṣ

  1. án-ādhṛṣ mfn. (√dhṛṣ), not checking AV. vi, 21, 3

anādhṛṣṭa

  1. án-ādhṛṣṭa mfn. unchecked, unimpaired, invincible, perfect RV. VS

anādhṛṣṭi

  1. an-ādhṛṣṭi m. 'superior to any check', N. of a son of Śura
  2. of a son of Ugrasena (general of the Yādavas)

anādhṛṣya

  1. an-ādhṛṣyá mfn. invincible, not to be meddled with RV. &c

anānata

  1. án-ānata mfn. unbent, not humbled RV., m. N. of a Ṛishi of the SV

anānukṛtya

  1. an-ānukṛtyá mfn. (ānu for anu), inimitable, unparalleled RV. x, 68, 10 and 112, 5

anānujā

  1. an-ānujā f. (being) no younger sister TS

anānuda

  1. an-ānudá mfn. (√1. da with ānu for anu), not giving way, obstinate RV

anānudiṣṭa

  1. án-ānudiṣṭa mfn. (√diś with ānu or anu), unsolicited RV. x, 160, 4

anānupūrvya

  1. an-ānupūrvya n. separation of the different parts of a compound word by the intervention of others
  2. the not coming in regular order, tmesis RPrāt

anānupūrvyasaṃhitā

  1. ○saṃhitā f. the manner of constructing a sentence with the above tmesis

anānubhūti

  1. án-ānubhūti f. 'inattention, neglect' (tayas), pl. neglectful or irreligious people RV. vi, 47, 17

anāpad

  1. an-āpad t f. absence of misfortune or calamity Mn

anāpanna

  1. an-āpanna mfn. not realized, unattained
  2. not fallen into distress

anāpāna

  1. an-āpāna m. N. of a prince (son of Aṅga)

anāpi

  1. an-āpi mf(nom. iḥ)n. having no friends RV. x, 39, 6, (Indra) RV. viii, 21, 13

anāpūyita

  1. án-āpūyita mfn. not stinking ŚBr

anāpta

  1. án-āpta mfn. unattained, unobtained RV. i, 100, 2, &c., unsuccessful in the effort to attain or obtain
  2. not apt, unfit Mn. viii, 294
  3. m. a stranger

anāpti

  1. an-āpti f. non-attainment

anāpya

  1. an-āpyá (4), mfn. unattainable RV. vii, 66, 11 AitBr. [Page 28, Column]

anāpluta

  1. an-āpluta mfn. unbathed, unwashed

anāplutāṅga

  1. an-āplutâṅga mfn. having an unwashed body MBh

anābayu

  1. anābayu m. N. of a plant AV

anābādha

  1. an-ābādha mfn. free from obstacles or troubles

anābhayin

  1. an-ābhayin mfn. fearless (N. of Indra) RV. . viii, 2, 1

anābhū

  1. án-ābhū mfn. neglectful, disobliging RV. 1, 51, 9 MaitrS

anābhyudayika

  1. an-ābhyudayika mfn. inauspicious, ill-omened, unlucky

anāman

  1. á-nāman mfn. nameless ŚBr. xiv
  2. infamous
  3. (ā), m. the ring-finger, Heat

anāmatva

  1. anāmatva n. namelessness

anāmaka

  1. a-nāmaka mfn. nameless, infamous
  2. m. the intercalary month
  3. (am), n. piles, haemorrhoids

anāmikā

  1. á-nāmikā f. the ring-finger ŚBr. xiv, &c

anāmana

  1. anāmaná as, or am m. or n. N. of a disease AV

anāmaya

  1. an-āmayá mf(ā́)n. not pernicious AV
  2. free from disease, healthy, salubrious
  3. m. Śiva
  4. (am), n. health

anāmayat

  1. án-āmayat mfn. 'not causing pain' (○yatā), instr. ind. in good health VS

anāmayitnu

  1. an-āmayitnu mfn. salubrious, curative RV. x, 137, 7

anāmin

  1. á-nāmin mfn. unbending RV

anāmya

  1. a-nāmya mfn. impossible to be bent

anāmiṣa

  1. an-āmiṣa mfn. without flesh
  2. bootless, profitless

anāmṛṇa

  1. an-āmṛṇá mfn. having no enemy that can injure RV. i, 33, 1

anāmṛta

  1. án-āmṛta mfn. not struck by death TS

anāmnāta

  1. an-āmnāta mfn. not handed down in sacred texts

anāyaka

  1. a-nāyaka mf(ā)n. having no leader or ruler, disorderly

anāyata

  1. án-āyata mfn. not tied or fastened RV. iv, 13, 5 and 14, 5
  2. close, continuous, unseparated
  3. unextended, having no length

anāyatana

  1. án-āyatana or an-āyataná n. that which is not really a resting-place or an altar ŚBr
  2. (an-āyataná), mfn. having no resting-place or altar AV

anāyatanavat

  1. ○vat mfn. = the last AitBr

anāyatta

  1. an-āyatta mfn. independent, uncontrolled

anāyattavṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti mfn. having an independent livelihood

anāyattavṛttitā

  1. ○vṛtti-tā f. independence

anāyasāgra

  1. an-āyasâgra mfn. having no iron point

anāyāsa

  1. an-āyāsa m. absence of exertion, facility, ease, idleness, neglect
  2. (mfn.), easy, ready
  3. (ena), ind. easily

anāyāsakṛta

  1. ○kṛta mfn. done readily or easily
  2. (am), n. (in med.) an infusion prepared extemporaneously

anāyudha

  1. an-āyudhá mfn. weaponless
  2. having no implements (for sacrifice) RV. iv, 5, 14 and viii, 96, 9

anāyuṣā

  1. an-āyuṣā f. or an-āyus f. N. of the mother of Bala and Vṛitra

anāyuṣya

  1. an-āyuṣya mfn. not imparting long Īfe, fatal to long life

anārata

  1. an-ārata mfn. without interruption, continual
  2. (am), ind. continually

anārabhya

  1. an-ārabhya mfn. improper or impracticable to be commenced or undertaken

anārabhyatva

  1. ○tva n. impossibility of being commenced

anārabhya

  1. an-ārabhya ind. p. without commencing (used in comp. in the sense 'detached')

anārabhyavada

  1. ○váda m. a detached remark (upon sacrifices, &c.)

anārabhyādhīta

  1. anārabhyâdhīta mfn. taught or studied or read as a detached subject (not as part of a regular or authoritative treatise)

anārambha

  1. an-ārambha m. absence of beginning, non-commencement, not attempting or undertaking
  2. (mfn.), having no commencement. [Page 28, Column]

anārambaṇa

  1. an-ārambaṇá mfn. (for anālambana), having no support ŚBr. xiv ChUp

anārambhaṇa

  1. an-ārambhaṇá mfn. intangible, giving no support RV. ŚBr. BṛĀrUp

anāruhya

  1. an-āruhya ind. p. not having surmounted

anārogya

  1. an-ārogya n. sickness
  2. (mfn.), unhealthy

anārogyakara

  1. ○kara mfn. unwholesome, unhealthy, causing sickness

anārjava

  1. an-ārjava n. crookedness, moral or physical
  2. disease L

anārta

  1. án-ārta mfn. not sick, well

anārti

  1. án-ārti f. painlessness

anārtava

  1. an-ārtava mfn. unseasonable

anārtvijīna

  1. an-ārtvijīna mfn. unfit or unsuitable for a priest

anārya

  1. an-ārya mfn. not honourable or respectable, vulgar, inferior
  2. destitute of Āryas
  3. m. not an Ārya

anāryakarmin

  1. ○karmin m. doing work unbecoming an Ārya or becoming only a non-Ārya

anāryaja

  1. ○ja mfn. of vile or unworthy origin
  2. (am), n. Agallochum, being a produce of the country of Mlecchas or barbarians

anāryajuṣṭa

  1. ○juṣṭa mfn. practised, observed, or possessed by non-Āryas

anāryatā

  1. ○tā f. vileness unworthiness Mn. x, 58

anāryatikta

  1. ○tikta m. the medicinal plant Gentiana Cherayta

anāryatva

  1. ○tva n. = -ta, q.v

anāryaka

  1. an-āryaka n. Agallochum or Aloe wood (Aquila Agallocha)

anārṣa

  1. an-ārṣa mfn. not belonging to a Ṛishi or to a Vedic hymn
  2. not belonging to the Saṃhitā text (e.g. the word iti, added for grammatical purposes in the Pada-pāṭha to certain words RPrāt.)
  3. not applied to a Ṛishi, not added to his name (as an affix) Pāṇ. 4-1, 78

anārṣeya

  1. án-ārṣeya mfn. not connected with the Ṛishis AV

anālamba

  1. an-ālamba mfn. unsupported, without stay or support
  2. m. want of support
  3. despondency
  4. (ī), f. Śiva's lute

anālambana

  1. an-ālambana mfn. unsupported
  2. desponding

anālambukā

  1. an-ālambukā Kāṭh. or better

anālambhukā

  1. an-ālambhukā́ ṭBr. Kapṣ., f. 'intangible', a woman during menstruation

anālāpa

  1. an-ālāpa mfn. not talkative, reserved, taciturn
  2. m. reserve, taciturnity

anālocita

  1. an-ālocita mfn. unseen, unbeheld
  2. unweighed, unconsidered, rash, imprudent

anālocya

  1. an-ālocya ind. p. not having considered

anāvayas

  1. án-āvayas mfn. (cf. āvayá and á-praviita), not having the power of causing conception AV. vii, 90, 3

anāvaraṇin

  1. an-āvaraṇin inas m. pl. 'without cover or clothes', N. of a religious sect, (? = an-ambara, q.v.)

anāviddha

  1. án-āviddha mfn. not wounded, unhurt RV. vi, 75, I, &c

anāvila

  1. an-āvila mfn. not turbid, clear, pure, not marshy

anāvṛt

  1. an-āvṛt mfn. not returning RV. x, 95, 14

anāvṛtta

  1. án-āvṛtta mfn. not turned about or round
  2. not retreating
  3. not frequented or approached AV., not chosen

anāvṛtti

  1. an-āvṛtti f. non-return to a body, final emancipation

anāvṛta

  1. an-āvṛta mfn. uncovered ŚBr. xiv, undressed
  2. uninclosed, open

anāvṛṣṭi

  1. an-āvṛṣṭi f. want of rain, drought

anāvedita

  1. an-āvedita mfn. not notified, not made known

anāvyādha

  1. an-āvyādhá mfn. impossible to be broken or forced open AV. xiv, 1, 64

anāvraska

  1. án-āvraska m. (√vraśc), not falling or dropping off TS
  2. uninjured condition, KaushBr
  3. (an-āvraská), mfn. not falling or dropping off AV. xii, 4, 47. [Page 29, Column]

anāśa

  1. an-āśa mfn. (fr. āśā), hopeless, despairing

anāśa

  1. a-nāśa mfn. (√2. naś), undestroyed, living

anāśin

  1. a-nāśin mfn. imperishable

anāśya

  1. a-nāśya mfn. indestructible

anāśaka

  1. án-āśaka n. fasting, abstaining from food even to death

anāśakanivṛtta

  1. ○nivṛtta m. one who has abandoned the practice of fasting

anāśakāyana

  1. anāśakâyana n. a course of fasting (as a penance) ChUp

anāśin

  1. an-āśin mfn. not eating

anāśvas

  1. án-āśvas vān, uṣī, vat, not having eaten, fasting TS. TBr. (without an the form would be āśivas, Pāṇ. 3-2, 109)

anāśasta

  1. an-āśastá mfn. not praised [Gmn
  2. 'not to be trusted' NBD.] RV. i, 29, 1

anāśis

  1. an-āśis mfn. not desirable, not agreeable Rājat

anāśirdā

  1. án-āśir-dā mfn. not giving a blessing RV. x, 27, 1

anāśīrka

  1. an-āśī́r-ka mfn. not containing a prayer or blessing TS

anāśu

  1. an-āśú mfn. not quick, slow RV. ; superl. an-āśiṣṭa mfn. AitBr
  2. not having quick horses RV. i, 135, 9 (Sāy. derives the word in the last sense from √2. naś, or √1. aś: a-naśú or an-āśú)

anāścarya

  1. an-āścarya mfn. not wonderful

anāśramin

  1. an-āśramin ī m. one who does not belong to or follow any of the four Āśramas or religious orders to which Brāhmans at different periods of life are bound to attach themselves

anāśramavāsa

  1. an-āśrama-vāsa or m. one who does not belong to the Āśramas

anāśramevāsa

  1. an-āśrame-vāsa m. one who does not belong to the Āśramas
  2. non-residence in a religious retreat

anāśraya

  1. an-āśraya m. non-support, absence of any person or thing to depend upon
  2. defencelessness, self-dependence, isolation
  3. (mfn.), defenceless
  4. unprotected
  5. isolated

anāśrita

  1. an-āśrita mfn. not supported, detached
  2. disengaged, independent, non-inherent

anāṣṭra

  1. a-nāṣṭrá mfn. free from dangers or dangerous opponents ŚBr. (cf. ati-nāṣṭrá.)

anās

  1. an-ā́s mfn. having no mouth or face (N. of demons) RV. v, 29, 10

anāsa

  1. a-nāsa mfn. noseless

anāsika

  1. a-nāsiká mfn. noseless TS

anāsādita

  1. an-āsādita mfn. not met with, not found or obtained, not encountered or attacked
  2. not occurred
  3. not having happened
  4. non-existent

anāsāditavigraha

  1. ○vigraha mfn. unused to war

anāsādya

  1. an-āsādya mfn. not attainable

anāsthā

  1. an-āsthā f. unfixedness want of confidence
  2. disrespect
  3. want of consideration
  4. want of faith or devotedness
  5. unconcern, indifference

anāsthāna

  1. an-āsthāná mfn. having or yielding no basis or fulcrum (as the sea) RV. i, 116, 5

anāsmāka

  1. an-āsmāká mfn. not belonging to us AV. xix, 57, 5

anāsrāva

  1. an-āsrāvá mfn. not causing pain AV. ii, 3, 2

anāsvāda

  1. an-āsvāda m. want of taste, insipidity
  2. (mfn.), without taste, insipid

anāsvādita

  1. an-āsvādita mfn. untasted

anāhata

  1. an-āhata mfn. unbeaten, unwounded, intact
  2. new and unbleached (as cloth)
  3. produced otherwise than by beating
  4. not multiplied
  5. (am), n. the fourth of the mystical cakras, or circles of the body

anāhatanāda

  1. ○nāda m. a sound produced otherwise than by beating
  2. the sound om

anāhavanīya

  1. án-āhavanīya m. no Āhavanīya fire ŚBr

anāhāra

  1. an-āhāra m. not taking food, abstinence, non-seizure
  2. non-production
  3. (mfn.), one who abstains from food

anāhārin

  1. an-āhārin mfn. not taking (food)
  2. fasting

anāhārya

  1. an-āhārya mfn. not to be seized or taken, not producible Mn. viii, 202
  2. not to be bribed Vishṇus
  3. not to be eaten. [Page 29, Column]

anāhitāgni

  1. án-āhitâgni m. one who has not performed the Agnyādhāna

anāhuti

  1. án-āhuti f. non-sacrificing RV. x, 37, 4 and 63, 12
  2. a sacrifice unworthy of its name ŚBr

anāhūta

  1. an-āhūta mfn. uncalled, uninvited

anāhūtopajalpin

  1. anāhūtôpajalpin m. an uncalled-for boaster

anāhūtopaviṣṭa

  1. anāhūtôpaviṣṭa mfn. seated as an uninvited guest

anāhlāda

  1. an-āhlāda m. absence of joy
  2. (mfn.), gloomy, not cheerful

anāhlādita

  1. an-āhlādita mfn. not exhilarated

aniḥśasta

  1. a-niḥśasta mfn. blameless [Gmn
  2. 'not repelled or refused' NBD.] RV. iv, 34, 11

anikāmatas

  1. a-nikāmatas BhP. or a-nikā́mam "ṣBr., ind. involuntarily, unintentionally

aniketa

  1. a-niketa or a-niketana mfn. houseless

anikṣiptadhūra

  1. a-nikṣipta-dhūra m. N. of a Bodhisattva or deified Buddhist saint

anikṣuus

  1. an-ikṣu-us m. ( 3. a), 'not (true) sugar-cane', a sort of long grass or reed, Saccharum Spontaneum

anigīrṇa

  1. a-nigīrṇa mfn. not swallowed, not suppressed (as an ellipsis) Sāh

anigraha

  1. a-nigraha mfn. unrestrained
  2. m. non-restraint, non-refutation, not owning one's self refuted

anigrahasthāna

  1. ○sthāna n. (in phil.) occasion of non-refutation

anighāteṣu

  1. a-nighātêṣu m. 'having arrows that strike no one', N. of a man

aniṅga

  1. an-iṅga āPrāt. or an-iṅgya ṛPrāt., mfn. not divisible (said of words)

aniṅgayat

  1. an-iṅgayat mfn. not dividing RPrāt

aniccha

  1. an-iccha or an-icchaka or an-icchat mfn. undesirous, averse, unwilling
  2. not intending

anicchā

  1. an-icchā f. absence of wish or design, indifference

anicchu

  1. an-icchu mfn. = an-iccha Vishṇus

anijaka

  1. a-nijaka mfn. not one's own, belonging to another

anita

  1. an-ita mfn. not gone to, not having obtained Ragh. ix, 37
  2. destitute of, (am), n. not deviating from (abl.), KaushBr

anitabhā

  1. ○bhā (án-ita-), f. N. of a river RV. v, 53, 9

anitya

  1. a-nitya mfn. not everlasting, transient, occasional, incidental
  2. irregular, unusual
  3. unstable
  4. uncertain
  5. (am), ind. occasionally

anityakarman

  1. ○karman n. or an occasional act of worship, sacrifice for a special purpose

anityakriyā

  1. ○kriyā f. an occasional act of worship, sacrifice for a special purpose

anityatā

  1. ○tā f. or transient or limited existence

anityatva

  1. ○tva n. transient or limited existence

anityadatta

  1. ○datta or m. a son surrendered by his parents to another for temporary or preliminary adoption

anityadattaka

  1. ○dattaka or m. a son surrendered by his parents to another for temporary or preliminary adoption

anityadatrima

  1. ○datrima m. a son surrendered by his parents to another for temporary or preliminary adoption

anityapratyavekṣā

  1. ○pratyavêkṣā f. consciousness that all is passing away Buddh

anityabhāva

  1. ○bhāva m. transitoriness

anityasama

  1. ○sama m. sophism, consisting in generalizing what is exceptional (as perishableness)

anityasamaprakaraṇa

  1. ○samaprakaraṇa n. a section in the Nyāya discussing that sophism

anityasamāsa

  1. ○samāsa m. a compound, the sense cf which may be equally expressed by resolving it into its constituent parts

anidāna

  1. a-nidāna mfn. causeless, groundless

anidra

  1. a-nidra mf(ā)n. sleepless, awake
  2. (ā), f. sleeplessness

anidrita

  1. a-nidrita mfn. not asleep, awake

anidhṛṣṭa

  1. a-nidhṛṣṭa mfn. unchecked, unsubdued L

anidhma

  1. an-idhmá mfn. having or requiring no fuel RV. ii, 35, 4 and x, 30, 4

anina

  1. an-iná mfn. strengthless, feeble RV. i, 150, 2

anindā

  1. á-nindā f. no reproach AV. xi, 8, 22

anindanīya

  1. a-nindanīya mfn. unblamable, faultless

anindita

  1. a-nindita mfn. irreproachable, virtuous

anindya

  1. a-nindyá (3, 4), mfn. id. RV. ŚBr. &c. [Page 29, Column]

anindra

  1. an-indrá mf(ā́)n. dispensing with or disregarding Indra RV

anindriya

  1. an-indriya n. that which is not the senses, the soul, the reason L

anipadyamāna

  1. á-nipadyamāna [a-nipádyamāna AV.], mfn. not falling down (to sleep), untiring, Rv. i, 164, 31 and x, 177, 3

anipāta

  1. a-nipāta m. (not a fall), continuance of life

anipuṇa

  1. a-nipuṇa mf(ā) n. unskilled, not clever or conversant

anibaddha

  1. á-nibaddha mfn. not tied down, not bound RV. iv, 13, 5
  2. unattached, incoherent, unconnected

anibaddhapralāpin

  1. ○pralāpin mfn. chattering incoherently, talking at random Yājñ

anibādha

  1. a-nibādha mfn. unobstructed, unlimited
  2. (ás), m. liberty RV

anibhṛta

  1. a-nibhṛta mfn. not private, not reserved, immodest, bold, public

anibhṛṣṭa

  1. á-nibhṛṣṭa mfn. unabated, undefeated RV. x, 116, 6

anibhṛṣṭataviṣi

  1. ○taviṣi (anibhṛṣṭa-), mfn. having unabated power RV

anibhya

  1. an-ibhya mfn. not wealthy

animan

  1. animan = aṇiman q.v. L

animantrita

  1. a-nimantrita mfn. uninvited

animantritabhojin

  1. ○bhojin mfn. eating without being invited

animāna

  1. a-nimāná mfn. unbounded RV

animitta

  1. a-nimitta mf(ā)n. having no adequate occasion, causeless, groundless
  2. (am), n. absence of an adequate cause or occasion, groundlessness

animittatas

  1. ○tas ind. groundlessly Mn. iv, 144

animittanirākṛta

  1. ○nirākṛta mfn. groundlessly rejected Śāk

animittaliṅganāsa

  1. ○liṅganāsa m. 'unaccountable loss of distinct vision', N. of an ophthalmic disease ending in total blindness (perhaps amaurosis)

animiṣ

  1. a-nimiṣ m. 'without winking', N. of a god BhP
  2. (ánimiṣam, or ánimiṣā), acc. or instr. ind. without winking, i.e. vigilantly or incessantly RV

animiṣa

  1. a-nimiṣá mfn. not winking, looking steadily, vigilant RV. &c
  2. open (as eyes or flowers)
  3. m. not winking, a god BhP
  4. a fish L., (ám), ind. vigilantly RV. i, 24, 6

animiṣākṣa

  1. animiṣâkṣa mf(ī) n. one whose eyes are fixed

animiṣācārya

  1. animiṣâcārya m. N. of Bṛihaspati

animiṣat

  1. á-nimiṣat mfn. not winking, vigilant RV

animeṣa

  1. a-nimeṣa mfn. = animiṣá
  2. (ánimeṣam), ind. vigilantly RV. i, 31, 12 and 164, 21

aniyata

  1. a-niyata mfn. not regulated, uncontrolled, not fixed, uncertain, unrestricted, irreguIar, casual
  2. not unaccentuated RPrāt

aniyatapuṃskā

  1. ○puṃskā f. 'having no fixed husband', a woman unchaste in conduct

aniyatavṛtti

  1. ○vṛtti mfn. having no fixed or regular employment or income

aniyatāṅka

  1. aniyatâṅka m. (in arithm.) an indeterminate digit

aniyatātman

  1. a-niyatâtman m. one whose self or spirit is not regulated or under proper control

aniyama

  1. a-niyama m. absence of control or rule or fixed order or obligation, unsettledness
  2. indecorous or improper conduct
  3. uncertainty, doubt
  4. (mfn.), having no rule, irregular

aniyamita

  1. a-niyamita mfn. having no rule
  2. irregular

aniyukta

  1. a-niyukta mfn. not appointed, not authoritative
  2. m. an assessor at a court who has not been formally appointed and is not entitled to vote

aniyoga

  1. a-niyoga m. non-application Lāṭy
  2. an unfitting employment or commission

aniyogin

  1. a-niyogin mfn. not attached or clinging to

anira

  1. an-irá mfn. destitute of vigour RV. iv, 5, 14
  2. (án-irā), f. want of vigour, languor RV. VS

anirākariṣṇu

  1. a-nirākariṣṇu mfn. not obstructive, not censorious Pāṇ. 6-2, 160 Sch

anirākṛta

  1. a-nirākṛta mfn. unobstructed

anirāhita

  1. á-nirāhita mfn. not to be kept off from (abl.) AV. xii, 2, 35

anirukta

  1. á-nirukta mfn. unuttered, not articulated
  2. not explained (because of being clear by itself) [Page 30, Column]
  3. unspeakable TUp

aniruktagāna

  1. ○gāna n. indistinct singing
  2. humming (of hymns), a particular mode of chanting the Sāma-veda

aniruddha

  1. a-niruddha mfn. unobstructed, ungovernable, self-willed
  2. m. a spy, a secret emissary (?)
  3. the son of Pradyumna (a form of Kāma, and husband of Ushā)
  4. Śiva
  5. N. of an Arhat (contemporary of Śākyamuni)
  6. of a descendant of Vṛishṇi
  7. (am), n. the rope for fastening cattle L

aniruddhapatha

  1. ○patha n. 'an unobstructed path', the atmosphere, ether L

aniruddhabhāvinī

  1. ○bhāvinī f. Aniruddha's wife

anirupta

  1. a-nirupta mfn. (√2. vap), not distributed, not shared

anirūpita

  1. a-nirūpita mfn. not determined, undefined

anirghāta

  1. á-nirghāta m. not wresting or tearing from TS. TBr

anirjita

  1. a-nirjita mfn. unconquered

anirṇaya

  1. a-nirṇaya m. uncertainty, want of decision

anirṇīta

  1. a-nirṇīta mfn. unascertained, undetermined

anirṇeya

  1. a-nirṇeya mfn. not to be decided

anirdaśa

  1. a-nirdaśa or a-nir-daśâha mf(ā)n. within the ten days of impurity after childbirth or a death Mn. &c
  2. (am), ind. id. (used adverbially)

anirdiṣṭa

  1. a-nirdiṣṭa mfn. (√diś), unexplained, undefined

anirdiśya

  1. a-nirdiśya mfn. undefinable, inexplicable

anirdeśa

  1. a-nirdeśa m. absence of rule or direction

anirdeśya

  1. a-nirdeśya mfn. undefinable, inexplicable, incomparable

anirdhārita

  1. a-nirdhārita mfn. undetermined, unascertained, undefined

anirdhārya

  1. a-nirdhārya mfn. undeterminable, not to be agreed upon

anirbhara

  1. a-nirbhara mfn. not excessive, little, slight, light

anirbheda

  1. a-nirbheda m. not blurting out, not revealing

anirmala

  1. a-nirmala mfn. dirty, foul, turbid

anirmālyā

  1. a-nirmālyā f. the plant Mendicago Esculenta

anirlocita

  1. a-nirlocita mfn. not carefully looked at, not considered

anirloḍita

  1. a-nirloḍita mfn. not examined thoroughly Śiś. ii, 27

anirvacanīya

  1. a-nirvacanīya mfn. unutterable, indescribable
  2. not to be mentioned

anirvācya

  1. anirvācya mfn. id

anirvartyamāna

  1. a-nirvartyamāna mfn. not being brought to a close

anirvāṇa

  1. a-nirvāṇa mfn. unextinguished

anirvāha

  1. a-nirvāha m. non-accomplishment, non-completion, inconclusiveness, insufficiency of income

anirvāhya

  1. a-nirvāhya mfn. difficult to be managed

anirviṇṇa

  1. a-nirviṇṇa mfn. not downcast

anirvid

  1. a-nirvid mfn. free from causes of depression, undesponding, unwearied

anirveda

  1. a-nirveda m. non-depression, self-reliance

anirvṛta

  1. a-nirvṛta mfn. discontented
  2. unhappy
  3. discomposed

anirvṛti

  1. a-nirvṛti f. discontent

anirvṛtta

  1. a-nirvṛtta mfn. unaccomplished, unfulfilled

anirvṛtti

  1. a-nirvṛtti f. incompleteness

anirveśa

  1. a-nirveśa (= akṛta-nirveśa), mfn. not having expiated one's sins BhP

anila

  1. ánila m. (√an, Trish. anal), air or wind
  2. the god of wind
  3. one of the fortynine Anilas or winds
  4. one of the eight demi-gods, called Vasus
  5. wind as one of the humors or rasas of the body
  6. rheumatism, paralysis, or any affection referred to disorder of the wind
  7. N. of a Ṛishi and other persons
  8. the letter y
  9. the number forty-nine

anilakumāra

  1. ○kumāra ās m. pl. 'wind-princes', a class of deities Jain. [Page 30, Column]

anilaghna

  1. ○ghna mfn. curing disorders arising from wind

anilaghnaka

  1. ○ghnaka m. the large tree Terminalia Belerica

anilaparyaya

  1. ○paryaya or m. pain and swelling of the eyelids and outer parts of the eye

anilaparyāya

  1. ○paryāya m. pain and swelling of the eyelids and outer parts of the eye

anilaprakṛti

  1. ○prakṛti mfn. 'having an airy or windy nature', N. of the planet Saturn

anilavyādhi

  1. ○vyādhi m. derangement of the (internal) wind

anilasakha

  1. ○sakha or m. 'the friend of wind', N. of fire

anilasārathi

  1. ○sārathi ṃBh., m. 'the friend of wind', N. of fire

anilahan

  1. ○han or mfn. = -ghna

anilahṛt

  1. ○hṛt mfn. = -ghna

anilātmaja

  1. anilâtmaja m. the son of the wind, Hanumat or Bhīma

anilāntaka

  1. anilântaka m. 'wind destroying', the plant Iṅgudl or Aṅgāra-pushpa

anilāpaha

  1. anilâpaha mfn. = anila-ghna

anilāmaya

  1. anilâmaya m. morbid affection of the wind, flatulence, rheumatism

anilāyana

  1. anilâyana n. way or course of the wind, Śuśr

anilāśin

  1. anilâśin mfn. 'feeding on the wind', fasting
  2. (ī), m. a snake L., cf. vāyu-bhakṣa

anilambhasamādhi

  1. a-nilambha-samādhi m. 'unsupported meditation', N. of a peculiar kind of meditation Buddh

anilaya

  1. a-nilaya mf(ā)n. having no resting-place, restless AitBr. ĀśvŚr

anilayana

  1. a-nilayana n. no home or refuge TUp

anivartana

  1. a-nivartana mfn. not turning back or away, steadfast, improper to be abandoned, right

anivartin

  1. a-nivartin mfn. not turning back, brave, not returning

anivartitva

  1. anivarti-tva n. not turning back, brave resistance

anivṛtta

  1. a-nivṛtta mfn. not turning back, brave

anivārita

  1. a-nivārita mfn. unhindered, unimpeded, unopposed, unforbidden, unchecked

anivārya

  1. a-nivārya mfn. not to be warded off, inavertible, unavoidable, irresistible

aniviśamāna

  1. a-niviśamāna mf(ā)n. not retiring to rest, restless RV. vii, 49, 1

anivṛta

  1. a-nivṛta mfn. (√1. vṛ), unchecked, not impeded RV. iii, 29, 6

anivedita

  1. a-nivedita mfn. untold, unmentioned

aniveditavijñāta

  1. ○vijñāta mfn. known without being told

anivedya

  1. a-nivedya ind. p. not having announced

aniveśana

  1. a-niveśaná mf(ā́)n. affording no place of rest RV. i, 32, 10

aniśa

  1. a-niśa mfn. 'nightless', sleepless
  2. uninterrupted, incessant (only in comp.)
  3. (am), ind. incessantly, continually

aniśita

  1. á-niśita mfn. incessant VS. ŚBr
  2. (am), ind. incessantly RV. ii, 38, 8 and ix, 96, 2

aniśitasarga

  1. ○sarga (áni-śita), mfn. having an incessant flow RV. x, 89, 4

aniścita

  1. a-niścita mfn. unascertained, not certain

aniścitya

  1. a-niścitya ind. p. not having ascertained

aniścintya

  1. a-niścintya mfn. not to be thought of, inconceivable, incomprehensible

aniṣaṅga

  1. a-niṣaṅgá mfn. having no quiver, unarmed RV. i, 31, 13

aniṣavya

  1. an-iṣavyá mf(ā́) n. not to be wounded or killed with arrows RV. x, 108, 6

aniṣiddha

  1. a-niṣiddha mfn. unprohibited, unforbidden

aniṣeddhra

  1. a-niṣeddhrá mf(ā́) n. unimpeded ŚBr

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