Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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b
ba 1
ba the third letter of the labial class (often confounded with va)
⋙ bakāra
○kāra m. the sound or letter ba, the soft form of pa
ba 2
ba m. = varuna
sindhu
bhaga
gandhana
vapana &c. L.
baṃh
baṃh cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xvi, 32) banhate, to grow, increase
• Caus. baṃhajate to cause to grow Br. (cf. bahala, bahu, bahula)
≫ baṃhiman
baṃhiman m. muchness, abundance, multitude Pāṇ. 6-4, 157
≫ baṃhiṣṭha
baṃhiṣṭha mfn. (superl. of bahula Pāṇ. 6-4, 157) strongest, most abundant, most RV. MBh.
• very low or deep Bālar.
• = next, Śāntiś. Sch.
≫ baṃhīyas
báṃhīyas mfn. (compar. of bahula Pāṇ. 6-4, 157) very stout or fat MaitrS.
baka
baka m. (also written vaka) a kind of heron or crane, Ardea Nivea (often fig. = a hypocrite, cheat, rogue, the crane being regarded as a bird of great cunning and deceit as well as circumspection) Mn. MBh. &c
• Sesbana Grandiflora L.
• an apparatus for calcining or subliming metals or minerals L.
• N. of Kubera L.
• of a demon MānGṛ.
• of an Asura (said to have assumed the form of a crane and to have been conquered by Kṛishṇa) BhP.
• of a Rākshasa killed by Bhīma-sena MBh.
• of a Ṛishi (with the patr. Dālbhi or Dālbhya) Kāṭh. ChUp. MBh.
• of a peasant HPariś.
• of a king Rājat.
• (pl.) of a people MBh.
• (ī), f. a female crane Vās. Sch.
• a female demon = pūtanā BhP. Sch.
⋙ bakakaccha
○kaccha m. N. of a place Kathās.
⋙ bakakalpa
○kalpa m. N. of a partic. Kalpa or period of the world Cat.
⋙ bakacara
○cara m. = -vratin MW.
⋙ bakaciñcikā
○ciñcikā f. a sort of fish (= bakācī) L.
⋙ bakajit
○jit m. 'conqueror of Baka', N. of Bhīma-sena L.
⋙ bakatva
○tva n. the state or condition of a crane MārkP.
⋙ bakadvīpa
○dvīpa m. N. of a Dviipa Pañcar.
⋙ bakadhūpa
○dhūpa m. a kind of perfume L.
⋙ bakanakha
○nakha m. N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh.
-guda-pari-ṇaddha m. pl. the descendants of Baka-nakha and Guda-pariṇaddha, g. tikakitavâdi
⋙ bakaniṣūdana
○niṣūdana m. 'destroyer of Baka', N. of Bhīma-sena L.
⋙ bakapañcaka
○pañcaka n. the 5 days during which even the heron eats no fish (N. of the last 5 Tithis of the bright half of the mouth Kārttika) Cat.
⋙ bakapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. Agati Grandiflora L. [Page 719, Column 2]
⋙ bakayantra
○yantra n. 'crane-instrument', N. of a partic. form of retort L.
⋙ bakarāja
○rāja m. the king of the cranes (called Rāja-dharman, son of Kaśyapa
• See MBh. xii, 6336)
⋙ bakaripu
○ripu m. 'enemy of Baka', N. of Bhīma-sena Veṇis.
⋙ bakavat
○vat ind. like a crane or heron Mn. Cāṇ.
⋙ bakavatī
○vatī f. N. of a river Rājat.
⋙ bakavadha
○vadha m. 'the killing of Baka', N. of MBh. i, 6103-6315 (cf. IW. 386)
⋙ bakavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. a kind of tree MW.
⋙ bakavṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. one who acts like a heron, a hypocrite Mn. Yājñ.
⋙ bakavairin
○vairin m. = -ripu L.
⋙ bakavrata
○vrata n. 'crane-like conduct', hypocrisy ŚārṅgP.
-cara m. = next Mn.
⋙ bakavratika
○vratika or m. a hypocrite (esp. a false devotee) Mn.
⋙ bakavratin
○vraḍtin m. a hypocrite (esp. a false devotee) Mn.
⋙ bakasaktha
○saktha m. N. of a man
• pl. his descendants, g. yaskâdi
⋙ bakasahavāsin
○sahavāsin m. 'fellow-lodger of the heron', a lotus flower Kuval.
⋙ bakāri
bakâri m. 'enemy of Baka', N. of Kṛishṇa BhP.
⋙ bakālīna
bakâlīna mfn. lurking like a heron MBh.
⋙ bakeśa
bakêśa m. N. of a temple founded by Baka Rājat.
≫ bakabakāya
bakabakāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to croak Subh. (vḷ. for bhakabh○ and makam○)
≫ bakācī
bakācī f. a kind of fish (= baka-ciñcikā) L.
≫ bakāya
bakāya Nom. P. ○yati, to represent or act like the Asura Baka BhP.
≫ bakerukā
bakerukā f. a small crane L.
• the branch of a tree bent by the wind L.
≫ bakoṭa
bakoṭa m. a kind of crane L.
bakura
bákura m. (prob.) a horn, trumpet (or other wind instrument used in battle
• cf. bākura, bekurā) RV. i, 117, 21 (cf. Naigh. 'a thunderbolt, lightning')
bakula
bakula m. (also written vakula) a kind of tree, Mimusops Elengi (said to put forth blossoms when sprinkled with nectar from the mouth of lovely women) MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of Śiva MBh. xiii, 1223
• of a country Buddh.
• (ā), f. Helleborus Niger L.
• (ī), f. a kind of drug L.
• n. the fragrant flower of Mimusops Elengi MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ bakuladāman
○dāman n. a garland of Bakula flowers Mālatīm.
⋙ bakulamālā
○mālā f. id. ib.
• N. of a woman, Vāsav
⋙ bakulamālinīpariṇaya
○mālinī-pariṇaya m. N. of a drama
⋙ bakulamedhī
○medhī f. N. of a temple Divyâv.
⋙ bakulābharaṇacāṭu
bakulâbharaṇa-cāṭu n. N. of a poem
⋙ bakulābharaṇamuni
bakulâbharaṇa-muni m. N. of a sage Cat.
⋙ bakulāraṇyamāhātmya
bakulâraṇya-māhātmya n. N. of ch. of BrahmaP.
⋙ bakulāvali
bakulâvali f. = ○la-dāman Mālatīm.
○likā f. N. of a woman Mālav.
≫ bakulita
bakulita mfn. furnished with Bakula trees or flowers, g. tārakâdi
≫ bakūla
bakūla m. the Bakula tree L.
bagadāda
bagadāda N. of a city, Bagdad Cat.
≫ bagadāru
bagadāru N. nf a place ib.
≫ bagadāha
bagadāha N. of a place ib.
baja
bajá m. (prob.) N. of a herb used as a charm against evil spirits AV.
baṭ
báṭ ind. in truth, certainly (cf. Sāy.= satyam) RV.
baṭaraka
baṭaraka n. pl. circular lines of light which appear before the closed eye AitĀr.
baṭu
baṭu m. (also written vaṭu) a boy, lad, stripling, youth (esp. a young Brāhman, but also contemptuously applied to adult persons) MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of a class of priests Cat.
• a form of Śiva (so called from being represented by boys in the rites of the Śāktas) ib.
• Calosanthes Indica L.
⋙ baṭucaritanāṭaka
○carita-nāṭaka n. N. of a drama
⋙ baṭudāsa
○dāsa m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ baṭumātra
○mātra m. a mere stripling MW.
⋙ baṭurūpin
○rūpin mfn. having the form of a lad or stripling ib.
≫ baṭuka
baṭuka m. a boy, lad &c. = baṭu Kathās. BhP.
• a stupid fellow, blockhead W.
• N. of a class of priests Cat.
• a form of Śiva (among the Śāktas) ib.
⋙ baṭukakavaca
○kavaca m. or n. N. of ch. of wk
⋙ baṭukanātha
○nātha m. N. of a pupil of Śaṃkarâcārya Cat.
⋙ baṭukapañcāṅga
○pañcâṅga n. (and ○ga-prayoga-paddhati f.),
⋙ baṭukapañjara
○pañjara n
⋙ baṭukapūjāpaddhati
○pūjā-paddhati f. N. of wks
⋙ baṭukabhairava
○bhairava m. a form of Bhairava Cat.
-kavaca m. or n. -tantra n. -dīpa-dāna n. -pañcâṅga n. -pūjā f. (and ○jā-paddhati f.),
⋙ baṭukasahasranāman
○sahasra-nāman n. (and ○mastotra n.), -stava-rāja, m. -stotra n. ○vâpad-uddharaṇa-paṭala n. N. of wks
⋙ baṭukārcana
baṭukârcana n. the worship of BṭBhairava
-candrikā f. -dīpikā f. -vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ baṭukāṣṭaśatanāman
baṭukâṣṭaśata-nāman n. N. of wk
≫ baṭūkaraṇa
baṭū-karaṇa n. the act of making into a youth, initiation of a boy by upa-nayana, q.v. L. [Page 719, Column 3]
baṭṭalohaka
baṭṭa-lohaka n. damasked steel L.
baṭṭīśīvrata
baṭṭīśī-vrata n. '32 observances', N. of ch. of BhavP. ii
baḍapilā
baḍapilā f. N. of a village Inscr.
baḍabā
baḍabā &c. See vaḍabā
baḍā
baḍā́ or baḻā́ ind. = báṭ RV. viii, 69, 1
baḍāha
baḍāha m. N. of a prince, Vāsav., introd
baḍiśa
baḍiśa m. f. (ā, or ī) and n. (also written vaḍiśa and valiśa
• cf. also bariśī) a hook, fish-hook cf. MBh. cf. R. cf. Pur. cf. Suśr
• a partic. surgical instrument in the form of a hook cf. Suśr
• N. of a man with the patr. Dhāmārgava cf. Car
⋙ baḍiśayuta
○yuta mfn. joined to or fastened on a hook MW.
baṇij
baṇij &c. See vaṇij
baṇḍa
baṇḍá mf(ā)n. (also written vaṇḍa) maimed, defective, crippled (esp. in the hands or feet or tail) AV. ŚrS. (cf. Sch. also = impotent, emasculated
• cf. paṇḍa)
• wṛ. for caṇḍa, vaṇṭha, raṇḍa L.
• (ā), f. an unchaste woman L. (prob. wṛ. for raṇḍā)
bata 1
bata ind. (later usually vata
• g. svar-ādi) an interjection expressing astonishment or regret, generally = ah! oh! alas! (originally placed immediately after the leading word at the beginning of a sentence, or only separated from it by iva
• rarely itself in the first place, e.g. Mālav. iii, 21/22
• in later language often in the middle of a sentence) RV. &c. &c
bata 2
batá m. a weakllng RV. x, 10, 13
bad
bad or band, cl. 1. P. badati or bandati, to be firm or steady Dhātup. iii, 14 (cf. √3. pad)
badakṣāna
badakṣāna the country Badakshān Bhpr. (vḷ. bad○)
badara
badara m. the jujube tree, Zizyphus Jujuba L.
• another tree (= deva-sarṣapa) L.
• the kernel of the fruit of the cotton plant L.
• dried ginger L.
• N. of a man, g. naḍâdi
• (ā), f. the cotton shrub L.
• a species of Dioscorea L.
• Mimosa Octandra L.
• Clitoria Ternatea L.
• (ī), f. See below
• (bád○) n. the edible fruit of the jujube (also used as a weight) VS. &c. &c
• the berry or fruit of the cotton shrub L.
⋙ badarakuṇa
○kuṇa m. the time when the fruit of the jujube becomes ripe, g. pīlv-ādi
⋙ badaradvīpa
○dvīpa m. N. of a place Divyâv.
⋙ badarapācana
○pācana n. 'jujube-ripening', N. of a sacred bathing-place MBh.
⋙ badaraphallī
○phallī f. a species of jṭjujube tree L.
⋙ badarayūṣa
○yūṣa n. a decoction of the fruit of the jujube Suśr.
⋙ badaravallī
○vallī f. a species of jujube tree L.
⋙ badarasaktu
○saktú m. pl. meal of the fruit of the jujube ŚBr. MaitrBr.
⋙ badarāmalaka
badarâmalaka n. Flacourtia Cataphracta (rather its fruit) L.
≫ badarikā
badarikā f. the fruit or berry of the jujube Hit.
• N. of one of the sources of the Ganges and the neighbouring hermitage of Nara and Nārāyaṇa (= badarī) Hariv. Kathās. &c
⋙ badarikākhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa m. or n. N. of ch. of SkandaP.
⋙ badarikātīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place MBh.
⋙ badarikāmāhātmyasaṃgraha
○māhātmya-saṃgraha m
⋙ badarikāvanamāhātmya
○vana-māhātmya n. N. of wks
⋙ badarikāśrama
badarikâśrama m. N. of a hermitage (cf. above)
-māhātmya n. -yātrā-vidhi m. N. of wks
≫ badarī
badarī f. the jujube tree (also wrongly for its berry) ŚāṅkhŚr. MBh. &c
• the cotton shrub L.
• Mucuna Pruritus L.
• N. of one of the sources of the Ganges &c. (= badarikā) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ badarīkedāramāhātmya
○kedāra-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ badarīcchada
○cchada m
⋙ badarīcchadā
○cchaḍdā f. Unguis Odoratus L.
• (ā), f. a kind of jujube L.
⋙ badarītapovana
○tapovana n. the penance grove or hermitage at Badarī Kir.
⋙ badarīnātha
○nātha m. N. of a temple at BṭBadarī W.
• of sev. authors Cat.
⋙ badarīnārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa m. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ badarīpattra
○pattra m
⋙ badarīpattraka
○pattrḍaka n. Unguis Odoratus L.
⋙ badarīpācana
○pācana n. = ○ra-pācana MBh.
⋙ badarīprastha
○prastha m. N. of a city, g. karky-ādi
⋙ badarīphalā
○phalā f. a Vitex with blue flowers L.
⋙ badarīmāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of ch. of SkandaP.
⋙ badarīvaṇa
○vaṇa n. N. of a wood Pāṇ. 8-4, 6 Sch.
⋙ badarīvana
○vana n. id. ib.
-mahātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ badarīvāsā
○vāsā f. 'dwelling at Badarī', N. of Durgā L.
⋙ badarīśaila
○śaila m. 'rock of Badarī', N. of a place of pilgrimage (the Bhadrināth of modern travellers) Pur.
baddha
baddha &c. See p. 720, col. 2
baddhappi
baddhappi (?), n. the clasped hand, fist L. (vḷ. baddhāppi). [Page 720, Column 1]
baddhṛ
báddhṛ wrongly for vadhṛ ŚBr.
badbadhāna
badbadhāná See √bādh
badva
badva n. (once m.) a large number, multitude (cf. Sāy., '100 Koṭis'
• others '10, 000 millions' BhP. Sch. 'the number 13, 084') Br. MBh. BhP.
⋙ badvaśas
○śas ind. in large numbers AitBr.
badvan
badvan m. a causeway, highway PañcavBr. Lāṭy.
badh
badh bádhya, even in Vedic texts sometimes = vadh, vádhya
≫ badhyatas
badhya-tás ind. (freedom) from the crowd AV. xii, 1, 2 (vḷ. madhya-tás)
badhira
badhirá &c. See col. 3
badhū
badhū́ f. wrongly for vadhū́ AV. viii, 6, 14
badhyoga
badhyoga m. N. of a man, g. bidâdi (cf. bādhyoga)
badhva
badhva m. N. of a man AitĀr. (cf. bādhva)
band
band See √bad, p. 719, col. 3
bandi 1
bandi (?), m. a Buddhist pupil MWB. 263 (cf. n. 1)
≫ bandīkṛta 1
bandī-kṛta mfn. (for 2. See bandī) turned Buddhist Nalac. (cf. Sch. 'fr. banda, a Buddhist')
bandiārayu
bandiārayu N. of a place mentioned in the Romakas. Cat.
bandin 1
bandin m. (also written vandin, q.v., and m.c. ○di) a praiser, bard, herald (who sings the praises of a prince in his presence or accompanies an army to chant martial songs
• these bards are regarded as the descendants of a Kshatriya by a Śūdra female) Mn. MBh. &c
≫ bandi 2
bandi in comp. for ○din
⋙ banditā
○tā f. (cf. Rājat.),
⋙ banditva
○tva n. (cf. Bhām.) the state or condition of a bard
⋙ bandipāṭha
○pāṭha m. the panegyric of a bard L.
⋙ bandiputra
○putra m. = bandin Ragh.
⋙ bandistrī
○strī f. a female bard Kull. on Mn. x, 48
bandin 2
bandin m. (also written vandin) a prisoner, captive, slave BhP.
• plunder, spoil ( See -grāha)
≫ bandi 3
bandi in comp. for ○din
⋙ bandigraha
○graha m. taking prisoner, capture Mcar.
⋙ bandigrāha
○grāha (cf. Yājñ.),
⋙ bandicaura
○caura (cf. L.), m. 'plunder-seizer', a housebreaker (esp. one breaking into a temple or place where sacred fire is preserved), burglar, robber
⋙ bandiśālikā
○śālikā f. a prison Gal.
⋙ bandiśūlā
○śūlā f. a harlot, prostitute ib.
⋙ bandisthita
○sthita mfn. sitting in prison, imprisoned Kum.
≫ bandī
bandī f. (cf. Pers. ?) a male or female prisoner Kālid. Bhaṭṭ.
• prey, booty, spoil BhP.
⋙ bandīkāra
○kāra m. 'booty-maker', a robber, thief L. -2
⋙ bandīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made prisoner, taken captive Kālid. Kathās. (m. a prisoner Bālar. Hcat.)
• seized i.e. overwhelmed Bālar.
⋙ bandīgṛhīta
○gṛhīta mfn. robbed Kād.
⋙ bandīgraha
○graha m. plunder, spoil BhP. Sch.
⋙ bandīpāla
○pāla m. 'keeper of prisoners', a jailor MW.
bandh
bandh cl. 9. P. (Dhātup. xxxi, 37) badhnā́ti (rarely Ā. badhnīté
• cl. 1. P. Ā. bandhati, ○te MBh.
• cl. 4. P. badhyati Hariv.
• Impv. badhāna AV., bandhāna MBh., -badhnīhi BhP., bandha R.
• pf. P. babándha, 3. pl. bedhús AV., babandhus MBh.
• Ā. bedhé, ○dhiré AV., babandhe Gr
• fut. bhantsyati Br. &c., bandhiṣyati, ○te MBh.
banddhā Gr
• aor. abhāntsīt Gr
• Prec. badhyāt ib.
• inf. banddhum, or bandhitum R., bádhe AV., ind. p. baddhvā́ AV., ○dhvā́ya Br., -badhya ib.
-bandham Pāṇ. 3-4, 41 Sch.), to bind, tie, fix, fasten, chain, fetter RV. &c. &c
• to bind round, put on (Ā
• later also P. 'on one's self')
AV. ŚBr. MBh. &c
• to catch, take or hold captive, met. = to attach to world or to sin Mn. MBh. Kap.
• to fix, direct, fasten, rivet (eyes, ears or mind) on (loc. or inf.) MBh. Kāv. Kathās.
• to arrest, hold back, restrain, suppress, stop, shut, close Yājñ. MBh. Kathās.
• to bind a sacrificial victim, offer, sacrifice (with dat. of the deity to whom it is presented) RV. Br.: KātyŚr.
• to punish, chastise Hit.
• to join, unite, put together or produce anything in this way, e.g. fold (the hands), clench (the fist), knit or bend (the eyebrows), arrange, assume (a posture), set up (a limit), construct (a dam or a bridge), span, bridge over (a river), conceive or contract (friendship or enmity), compose, construct (a poem or verse) MBh. Kāv. &c. [Page 720, Column 2]
• to form or produce in any way, cause, effect, do, make, bear (fruit), strike (roots), take up (one's abode) ib.
• to entertain, cherish, show, exhibit, betray (joy, resolution &c.) ib.: Pass. badhyáte (○ti Hariv.), to be bound &c. &c
• (esp.) to be bound by the fetters of existence or evil, sin again Mn. BhP.
• to be affected by i.e. experience, suffer (instr.) Pañcat.: Caus. bandhayati (aor. ababandhat), to cause to bind or catch or capture, imprison ŚBr. &c. &c
• to cause to be built or constructed Ragh. Rājat.
• to cause to be embanked or dammed up Rājat.
• to bind together (also bādhayati) Dhātup. xxxii, 14: Desid. bibhantsati Gr.: Intens. bābanddhi, bābadhyate ib. [Cf. Zd. band
• Gk. ? ; Lat. foedus, fides ; Lit. béndras ; Goth. Angl. Sax. bindan ; Germ. binden ; Eng. bind.]
≫ baddha
baddhá mfn. bound, tied, fixed, fastened, chained, fettered RV. &c. &c
• captured, imprisoned, caught, confined ib. (śatāt, 'for a debt of a hundred' Pāṇ. 2-3, 24 Sch.)
• bound by the fetters of existence or evil Kap.
• hanged, hung R.
• tied up (as a braid of hair) Megh.
• (ifc.) stopped, checked, obstructed, impeded, restrained, suppressed MBh. Kāv. &c
• girt with ŚāṅkhŚr.
• (with instr. or ifc.) inlaid or studded with, set in MBh. Kāv. &c
• attached to, riveted or fixed on (loc.) ib.
• joined, united, combined, formed, produced ib.
• composed (as verses) R.
• (esp. ibc
below.) conceived, formed, entertained, manifested, shown, betrayed, visible, apparent (cf. jāta ibc.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• clenched (as the fist) Hariv. R.
• folded (as the hands) Mṛicch.
• contracted (as friendship or enmity) R. Śak.
• taken up (as an abode) Rājat.
• built, constructed (as a bridge) R. Ragh.
• embanked (as a river) Rājat.
• congealed, clotted (as blood
• opp. to drava) Suśr.
• alloyed (as quicksilver) L.
• m. or n. ? (with Jainas) that which binds or fetters the embodied spirit (viz. the connection of the soul with deeds) MW.
⋙ baddhakakṣya
○kakṣya mfn. = -parikara Baudh.
⋙ baddhakadambaka
○kadambaka mfn. forming groups Śak.
⋙ baddhakalāpin
○kalāpin mfn. one who has his quiver tied on MBh.
⋙ baddhakesara
○kesara mfn. having the filaments formed Suśr.
⋙ baddhaguda
○guda n. a kind of obstruction of the bowels Suśr.
○din mfn. suffering from it ib.
⋙ baddhagodhāṅgulitravat
○godhâṅgulitra-vat mfn. having the (finger-protectors called) Godhā and Aṅguli-tra fastened on MBh.
⋙ baddhagraha
○graha mfn. insisting on something Kathās.
⋙ baddhacitta
○citta mfn. having the thoughts fixed upon (loc.) MBh.
⋙ baddhajihva
○jihva mfn. tongue-tied Śiksh.
⋙ baddhatūṇīra
○tūṇīra mfn. equipped with a quiver MBh.
⋙ baddhatṛṣṇa
○tṛṣṇa mfn. (ifc.) desirous of, longing for Ragh.
⋙ baddhadarbha
○darbha m. a stick bound with Darbha grass L.
⋙ baddhadṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi mfn. having one's gaze fixed on (loc.) Śak.
⋙ baddhadveṣa
○dveṣa mfn. entertaining hatred Rājat.
⋙ baddhaniścaya
○niścaya mf(ā)n. firmly resolved, resolute MBh. Kathās.
⋙ baddhaniṣyanda
○niṣyanda or mfn. having the flow or discharge of anything impeded Suśr.
⋙ baddhanisyanda
○nisyanda mfn. having the flow or discharge of anything impeded Suśr.
• impeding it ib.
⋙ baddhanetra
○netra mf(ā)n. having the eyes fixed on anything, gazing steadfastly MBh.
⋙ baddhanepathya
○nepathya mfn. attired in a theatrical dress R.
⋙ baddhapaṅkavat
○paṅka-vat mfn. having the mud hardened Hariv.
⋙ baddhaparikara
○parikara mfn. having the girdle girded on, i.e. ready, prepared for anything Ratnâv.
⋙ baddhapurīṣa
○purīṣa mfn. having constipated bowels (-tva n.) Suśr.
⋙ baddhapṛṣṭa
○pṛṣṭa or m. N. of a man L.
⋙ baddhapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha m. N. of a man L.
⋙ baddhapratijña
○pratijña mf(ā)n. one who has made a promise or vow Kathās.
⋙ baddhapratiśrut
○pratiśrut mfn. echoing, resonant with echoes Ragh.
⋙ baddhaphala
○phala m. Pongamia Glabra L.
⋙ baddhabhāva
○bhāva mf(ā)n. one who has fixed his affection upon, enamoured of (loc.) Vikr. Kathās.
⋙ baddhabhīmāndhakāra
○bhīmândhakāra mf(ā)n. wrapped in terrible darkness, Śṛiṅgār
⋙ baddhabhū
○bhū or f. prepared ground, pavement L.
⋙ baddhabhūmi
○bhūmi f. prepared ground, pavement L.
○mika mfn. having a pavement L.
⋙ baddhamaṇḍala
○maṇḍala mfn. having circles formed, ranged in circles Ragh.
⋙ baddhamuṣṭi
○muṣṭi mfn. having a closed hand L.
• close-fisted, covetous Naish.
-tva n. Kathās.
⋙ baddhamūtra
○mūtra mfn. obstructing the urine Suśr.
⋙ baddhamūla
○mūla mf(ā)n. firmly rooted, one who has gained a firm footing Kāv. Rājat.
-tā f. Kathās.
⋙ baddhamauna
○mauna mfn. observing silence, silent R. Hariv.
⋙ baddharabhasa
○rabhasa mf(ā)n. impetuous, passionate Rājat.
⋙ baddharasāla
○rasāla m. a highly prized species of Mango L.
⋙ baddharāga
○rāga mfn. one who has formed an affection for, fond of (loc.) Pañcat.
⋙ baddharājya
○rājya mfn. one who has gained sovereignty, succeeded to the throne Rājat.
⋙ baddhalakṣa
○lakṣa mfn. (ifc.) = -dṛṣṭi Vikr.
⋙ baddhavatsa
○vatsa (baddhá-), mfn. (a cow) whose calf has been tied up (in the stable) ŚBr.
⋙ baddhavarcas
○varcas mfn. obstructing the bowels, Śusr
⋙ baddhavasati
○vasati mfn. having one's abode fixed, dwelling in (loc.) Rājat. [Page 720, Column 3]
⋙ baddhavāc
○vāc mfn. obstructing speech BhP.
⋙ baddhaviṭka
○viṭka mfn. having one's bowels obstructed (-tā f.) Suśr.
⋙ baddhaviṇmūtra
○viṇ-mūtra mfn. obstructing the feces and urine Suśr.
⋙ baddhavīra
○vīra (baddhá-), mfn. one whose heroes or retainers have been bound TS.
⋙ baddhavepathu
○vepathu mfn. seized with tremor, trembling Daś.
⋙ baddhavaira
○vaira mf(ā)n. one who has contracted hostility with (instr. or comp.) R. Śak.
⋙ baddhaśas
○śas wṛ. for badva-śas (col. 1)
⋙ baddhaśikha
○śikha mfn. having the hair bound up (into a knot on the crown of the head) L.
• not yet tonsured i.e. young L.
• (ā), f. a species of plant L.
⋙ baddhaśrotramanaścakṣus
○śrotra-manaś-cakṣus mfn. having ears and mind and eyes fixed on (loc.) MBh.
⋙ baddhasūta
○sūta m. a partic. preparation of quicksilver Sarvad.
⋙ baddhasneha
○sneha mfn. conceiving affection for (loc.) Kathās.
⋙ baddhaspṛha
○spṛha mfn. (ifc.) feeling a longing for Bhartṛ.
⋙ baddhāṅgulitra
baddhâṅguli-tra or mfn. having the finger-guard fastened on MBh.
⋙ baddhāṅgulitrāṇa
baddhâṅguḍli-trāṇa mfn. having the finger-guard fastened on MBh.
⋙ baddhāñjali
baddhâñjali mfn. one who has joined the hollowed palms of the hands (cf. añjali) Mṛicch.
-puṭa mfn. forming a cup with the hollowed hands R.
⋙ baddhādara
baddhâdara mfn. (ifc.) attaching great value to Subh.
⋙ baddhānanda
baddhânanda mfn. having pleasure attached, joyful (as a day) Kathās.
⋙ baddhānurāga
baddhânurāga mf(ā)n. feeling affection, enamoured ib.
⋙ baddhānuśaya
baddhânuśaya mfn. conceiving an intense hatred R.
⋙ baddhāndhakāra
baddhândhakāra mfn. wrapped in darkness Kathās.
⋙ baddhāmbu
baddhâmbu n. water derived from a current L.
⋙ baddhāyudha
baddhâyudha mfn. accoutred with arms MBh.
⋙ baddhāvasthiti
baddhâvasthiti mfn. constant Rājat.
⋙ baddbāśa
baddbâśa mfn. (ifc.) entertaining hope of Kathās.
⋙ baddhāśaṅka
baddhâśaṅka mfn. filled with anxiety or suspicion Kathās.
⋙ baddhotsava
baddhôtsava mfn. enjoying a festival or holiday ib.
⋙ baddhodyama
baddhôdyama mfn. making united efforts Rājat.
≫ baddhaka
báddhaka m. one who is bound, a captive, prisoner AV.
⋙ baddhakamocana
○mócana n. setting free a prisoner ib.
≫ badhira
badhirá mf(ā)n. (sometimes written vadhira) deaf RV. &c. &c
• m. N. of a serpent-demon (son of Kaśyapa) MBh.
⋙ badhiratama
○tama mfn. quite deaf Kāv.
⋙ badhiratā
○tā f
⋙ badhiratva
○tva n. deafness ib.
⋙ badhirāndha
badhirândha m. 'deaf and blind', N. of a serpent-demon MBh. (cf. above)
≫ badhiraka
badhiraka m. N. of a man (pl. 'his descendants'), g. upakâdi
• (ikā), f. N. of a woman, g. śivâdi
≫ badhiraya
badhiraya Nom. P. ○yati, to niake deaf, deafen. Daś. Mcar.
≫ badhirita
badhirita mfn. made deaf, deafened Daś. Kād. Prab.
≫ badhiriman
badhiriman m. deafness, g. dṛḍhâdi
≫ badhirīkṛ
badhirī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make deaf, deafen Prab.
⋙ badhirīkṛkṛta
badhirī-√kṛ--kṛta mfn. deafened MBh. Kathās.
≫ bandha
bandhá m. binding, tying, a bond, tie, chain, fetter RV. &c. &c
• a ligature, bandage Suśr.
• damming up (a river) MārkP.
• capture, arrest, imprisonment, custody Mn. MBh. &c
• connection or intercourse with (comp.) Pañcat. BhP. (ifc. = connected with, conducive to MBh.)
• putting together, uniting, contracting, combining, forming, producing MBh. Kāv. &c
• joining (the hollowed hands) Ragh.
• anything deposited (○dhe-√sthā = to remain deposited) Campak.
• a deposit, pledge Rājat.
• any configuration or position of the body (esp. of the hands and feet) Ragh. Kum.
• a partic. mode of sexual union (there are said to be 16, 18, 36, or even 84 L.), Caur
• constructing, building (of a bridge &c.) MBh. Rājat.
• bridging over (the sea) Vcar.
• knitting (the brows) Rājat.
• fixing, directing (mind, eyes, &c.) Cat.
• assumption, obtainment (of a body) Ragh.
• (ifc.) conceiving, cherishing, feeling, betraying Hariv. Kālid.
• a border, framework, inclosure, receptacle L.
• a sinew, tendon L.
• the body L.
• (in phil.) mundane bondage, attachment to this world ŚvetUp. Bhag. &c. (opp. to mukti, mokṣa, 'final emancipation', and regarded in the Sāṃkhya as threefold, viz. prakṛti-, vaikārika-, and dakṣiṇā-b○)
• combination of sounds (in rhet.), construction or arrangement of words Kāvyâd. Pratāp.
• arrangement of a stanza in a partic. shape Kpr.
• arrangement of musical sounds, composition Śatr.
• a disease which prevents the eyelids from quite closing Suśr.
• (ifc. with numerals) a part (cf. pañca-, daśa-b○)
⋙ bandhakampa
○kampa m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ bandhakaraṇa
○karaṇa n. binding, fettering, holding back (also by magic) Kathās.
⋙ bandhakartṛ
○kartṛ m. a binder, fetterer, restrainer (said of Śiva) MBh.
⋙ bandhakaumudī
○kaumudī f. N. of a poem and a wk. on metrics
⋙ bandhatantra
○tantra n. a complete army (possessing the 4 divisions of chariots, elephants, horse, and foot) W.
⋙ bandhatrayavidhāna
○traya-vidhāna n. N. of wk
⋙ bandhadeśa
○deśa m. N. of a country Cat. [Page 721, Column 1]
⋙ bandhanṛtya
○nṛtya n. (in music) a kind of dance Saṃgīt.
⋙ bandhapāruṣya
○pāruṣya n. forced construction of words Pratāp.
⋙ bandhapāśa
○pāśá m. a bond, fetter AV.
⋙ bandhamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of bonds, serving for or being like a bond MW.
⋙ bandhamudrā
○mudrā f. the impression or mark of fetters ib.
⋙ bandhamocanikā
○mocanikā or f. 'releasing from bonds', N. of a Yoginī Kathās.
⋙ bandhamocinī
○mocinī f. 'releasing from bonds', N. of a Yoginī Kathās.
⋙ bandhavimocanastotra
○vimocana-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ bandhastambha
○stambha m. 'binding-post', the post to which an elephant is tied L.
≫ bandhaka
bandhaka m. a binder, one who is employed in binding (esp. animals) MBh.
• a catcher ( See naga- and pāśa-b○)
• a violator, ravisher L.
• a band, tie ( See pāśu-b○)
• a dam, dike ( See jala-b○)
• a promise, vow L.
• exchanging, barter W.
• a city L.
• (ifc. with numerals) a part ( See sa-daśa-b○)
• m. or n. (?) pledging or a pledge ( See sa-b○)
• (ī), f. (connected', scil. with many men), an unchaste woman, harlot, courtezan MBh. Kāv. &c
• a barren woman L. (cf. bandhyā)
• a female elephant L.
• n. binding, confinement W.
⋙ bandhakatva
○tva n. the being a fetter Sāṃkhyak. Sch.
≫ bandhana
bándhana mf(ī)n. binding, tying, fettering RV. &c. &c
• captivating (with gen. or ifc
• cf. bhāva-b○ and Pāṇ. 4-4, 96 Sch.)
• holding fast, stopping MW.
• (ifc.) dependent on ib.
• n. the act of binding, tying, fastening, fettering Mn. MBh. &c
• (also ī f. L.) a bond, tie (also fig.), rope, cord, tether ŚBr. &c. &c. (ifc. with f. ā = bound to or fettered by)
• binding on or round, clasping Kāv. Pañcat.
• binding up, bandaging, a bandage Suśr.
• catching, capturing, confining, detention, custody, imprisonment or a prison Mn. Kathās. Pur.
• building, construction MBh. R. &c
• embanking or an embankment ib.
• bridging over Hit.
• alloying (of metals) Bhpr.
• joining, junction, connection, coherence RV. MBh.
• fixing upon, directing towards (loc.) L.
• checking, suppressing Amar.
• (in phil.) mundane bondage (opp. to final liberation)
• hurting, killing L.
• a stalk, stem, peduncle (of a flower) RV. &c. &c
• a sinew, muscle L.
⋙ bandhanakārin
○kārin mfn. (ifc.) fettering, i.e. clasping, embracing (○ri-tā f.) Daś.
⋙ bandhanagranthi
○granthi m. a noose, rope for tying cattle L.
⋙ bandhanapālaka
○pālaka m. a gaol-keeper L.
⋙ bandhanarajju
○rajju f. a rope or string for tying MW.
⋙ bandhanaveśman
○veśman n. 'house of bondage, a prison L.
⋙ bandhanastha
○stha mfn. being in prison or captivity, a captive, prisoner Kālid. ŚārṅgP.
⋙ bandhanasthāna
○sthāna n. 'place for fastening', a stall, stable L.
⋙ bandhanāgāra
bandhanâgāra n. = ○na-veśman Mṛicch.
⋙ bandhanādhikāra
bandhanâdhikāra m. N. of 3rd ch. of 1st part of the Rasêndra-kalpa-druma (q.v.)
⋙ bandhnālaya
bandhnâlaya m. = ○na-veśman L.
≫ bandhanika
bandhanika m. a gaoler, turnkey Gaut. Vishṇ.
≫ bandhanīya
bandhanīya mfn. to be (or being) bound or tied Kathās. Śak. Sch.
• to be captured or taken prisoner Inscr.
• to be embanked R. (cf. Sch. 'm. = setu, embankment')
≫ bandhayitṛ
bandhayitṛ m. (fr. Caus.) one who binds or ties up, a binder Kull. on Mn. viii, 342
≫ bandhi
bandhi m. N. of an Asura L.
≫ bandhita
bandhita mfn. (fr. Caus.) caused to be bound (śatena, 'imprisoned for a hundred pieces of money') Pāṇ. 2-3, 24 Sch.
≫ bandhitra
bandhitra n. (!) the god of love, love L. (cf. vadhitra)
• a spot, mole L.
≫ bandhin
bandhin mfn. binding, clasping (cf. dṛḍhabandhinī)
• catching (cf. matsya-bandhin)
• causing, effecting, producing (cf. phala-b○, rāga-b○)
• showing, evincing, betraying (cf. vātsalya-b○)
≫ bandhu
bándhu m. connection, relation, association RV. &c. &c. (ifc. with f. ū = belonging to, coming under the head of, i.e. 'being only in name'
• cf. kṣatra-, dvija-b○ &c
• 'resembling' Bālar. v, 56/57, 'frequented by' ib. iii, 20, 'favourable for' ib. iv, 87
cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 14)
• respect, reference (kena bandhunā 'in what respect?') ŚBr.
• kinship, kindred Mn. ii, 136
• a kinsman (esp. on the mother's side), relative, kindred RV. &c. &c. (in law, a cognate kinsman in a remote degree, one subsequent in right of inheritance to the Sa-gotra
• three kinds are enumerated, personal, paternal and maternal)
• a friend (opp. to ripu) MBh. Kāv. BhP.
• a husband Ragh.
• a brother L.
• Pentapetes Phoenicea L. (= bandhūka)
• N. of a metre Col.
• (in astrol.) of the fourth mansion Var.
• of a Ṛishi with the patr. Gaupāyana or Laupāyana (author of RV. v, 24 and x, 5660) RAnukr.
• of Manmatha L.
⋙ bandhukāma
○kāma mfn. loving relations or friends MBh.
⋙ bandhukṛt
○kṛt See á-bandhukṛt
⋙ bandhukṛtya
○kṛtya n. the duty of a kinsman, friendly service MBh. Kāv. Pur.
⋙ bandhukṣit
○kṣít mfn. dwelling among relations RV.
⋙ bandhujana
○jana m. a kinsman, friend Bhartṛ.
• kinsfolk, relations MBh. R. [Page 721, Column 2]
⋙ bandhujīva
○jīva m. 'living in groups', Pentapetes Phoenicea (a plant with a red flower which opens at midday and withers away the next morning)
• n. its flower Kāv. Suśr.
○vâbhitāmra mfn. deep-red like the blossom of PṭPentapetes Phoenicea Hariv.
⋙ bandhujīvaka
○jīvaka m. = prec. m. Suśr.
• N. of a Cakra-vartin Kathās.
⋙ bandhujīvin
○jīvin m. a kind of ruby L.
⋙ bandhutā
○tā (○dhú-), f. connection, relation, kinship RV. TS. Br.
• relations, kinsfolk Mālatīm.
⋙ bandhutva
○tva n. relationship, affinity R.
⋙ bandhudagdha
○dagdha mfn. 'cursed by relations', an abandoned wretch (= hataka) L.
⋙ bandhudatta
○datta mfn. 'given by rṭrelations' Yājñ.
• m. N. of a man W.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman Kathās.
⋙ bandhudāyāda
○dāyâda m. kinsman and heir Mn. ix, 158
• mfn. entitled to inheritance by relationship MBh.
⋙ bandhupati
○pati m. lord of kindred or relations, g. aśvapaty-ādi
⋙ bandhupāla
○pāla m. 'kindred-protector', N. of a man Daś.
⋙ bandhupālita
○pālita m. 'kṭkindred-protected', N. of a prince VP.
⋙ bandhupuṣpamāla
○puṣpamāla mfn. wearing a chaplet of Bandhu flowers MW.
⋙ bandhupṛch
○pṛ́ch mfn. seeking or caring for relations RV. iii, 54, 16 (cf. pṛṣṭa-bandhu)
⋙ bandhuprabha
○prabha m. N. of a Vidyā-dhara Kathās.
⋙ bandhupriya
○priya mfn. dear to friends or relations MBh.
⋙ bandhuprīti
○prīti f. love of friends or rṭrelations Megh.
⋙ bandhubhāva
○bhāva m. relationship, friendship Kathās.
⋙ bandhubhāṣita
○bhāṣita n. the talk or speech of relations MW.
⋙ bandhumat
○mat (bándhu-), mfn. having relations RV. &c. &c
• surrounded by relations Ragh.
• N. of a king Pur.
• of another man Cat.
• (atī), f. N. of sev. women Daś. Kathās.
• of a town Divyâv.
○tīyaka mfn. belonging to this town ib.
⋙ bandhumitra
○mitra m. 'friend of relations', N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ bandhuvañcaka
○vañcaka m. 'deceiver of rṭrelations', N. of a Vidūshaka Dhūrtas. -1
⋙ bandhuvat
○vat mfn. having relations MW. -2
⋙ bandhuvat
○vat ind. like a relations Mn.
⋙ bandhuvarga
○varga m. the whole body of rṭrelations, kindred MW.
⋙ bandhuhīna
○hīna mfn. destitute of rṭrelations, friendless W.
⋙ bandhveṣa
bandhv-eṣá m. inquiring after kindred RV.
≫ bandhuka
bandhuka m. Pentapetes Phoenicea L.
• a bastard L. (cf. bandhuta)
• (ā), f. g. prêkṣâdi
• (ī), f. an unchaste woman L. (cf. bandhakī)
⋙ bandhukin
bandhuḍkin mfn. g. prêkṣâdi
≫ bandhura 1
bandhura mf(ā)n. (cf. Uṇ. i, 42 Sch.
cf. Vām. v, 2, 42) bent, inclined Kāv. Pañcat.
• curved, rounded, pleasant, beautiful, charming Inscr. Kālid. Caurap.
• (ifc.) adorned with Kād.
• undulating, uneven L.
• deaf L. (cf. badhira)
• injurious, mischievous W.
• m. (only L.) a bird
• a goose
• Ardea Nivea
• Pentapetes Phoenicea
• Embelia Ribes
• a partic. bulbous plant growing on the Hima-vat mountain L.
• oil-cake
• the vulva L.
• (ā), f. a harlot L.
• N. of a procuress Hāsy.
• (pl.) the meal of parched corn L.
• n. a diadem, crest L.
⋙ bandhurakomalāṅguli
○komalâṅguli mfn. (a hand) that has rounded or delicate fingers Śak.
⋙ bandhuragātrī
○gātrī f. (a woman) who has lovely or rounded limbs Ragh.
≫ bandhurita
bandhurita mfn. inclined, bent Sāh.
• curved Bālar.
≫ bandhurīya
bandhurīya wṛ. for bandhur eṣa MBh. vi, 2659
≫ bandhula
bandhula mfn. inclined, bent, depressed L.
• lovely, charming L.
• m. a bastard Mṛicch.
• Pentapetes Phoenicea L.
• N. of a Ṛishi Pravar.
⋙ bandhulānvaya
bandhulânvaya m. he posterity of Bandhula MW.
≫ bandhū
bandhū in comp. for ○dhu
⋙ bandhūkṛ
○√kṛ to make a friend of, bring into connection with (comp.) Bālar.
⋙ bandhūkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made a friend Sāh.
⋙ bandhūbhū
○√bhū to become a relative of, become like, resemble Naish.
≫ bandhūka
bandhūka m. Pentapetes Phoenicea (n. its flower) Kāv. Kathās. Suśr.
• Terminalia Tomentosa L.
⋙ bandhūkapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. the flower of PṭPentapetes Phoenicea (-rajas n. its pollen) Ṛitus.
• Terminalia Tomentosa L.
≫ bandhūra
bandhūra mfn. (cf. Uṇ. i, 42 Sch.) bent, wavy, uneven L.
• lovely, charming L.
• m. a hole, chasm L.
≫ bandhūli
bandhūli m. Pentapetes Phoenicea L.
≫ bandhya
bandhya mfn. to be bound or fettered or imprisoned Yājñ.
• to be constructed ib. Sch. (cf. vandhya)
⋙ bandhyāśva
bandhyâśva prob. wṛ. for vadhryaśva, q.v
bandhāki
bandhāki m. a mountain L.
bandhura 2
bándhura n. (for 1. See above) = vandhura VS. AV. MBh. (B.)
bappa
bappa and bappaka m. N. of a prince Inscr.
bapyanīla
bapyanīla N. of a country Rājat.
baps
baps See √bhas
baphāra
baphāra and babakāṇa m. or n. (?) N. of places Cat. [Page 721, Column 3]
bababā
bababā ind. an onomat. word
• with √kṛ, to crackle (as fire) AitBr.
babara
babará m. N. of a man TS.
• of a place Cat.
babāḍa
babāḍa m. N. of a village Inscr.
babūāṇa
babūāṇa m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
babṛhāṇa
babṛhāṇá See √2. bṛh
babbula
babbula (cf. Subh.) and babbūla (cf. ŚārṅgP.), m. Acacia Arabica (cf. varvūra)
babhasa
babhasa m. (√bhas) a devourer ChUp.
babhūka
babhūka wṛ. for babhruka VarBṛS.
babhra
babhra (√bhṛ), in pra-babhra, q.v
≫ babhri
babhrí mfn. bearing, carrying (with acc.) RV. vi, 23, 4
• being carried ib. iii, 1, 12 (others 'carrying away' i.e. victorious)
• nourishing (?) AV. xi, 1, 31
babhravī
babhravī prob. wṛ. for bābhravii, q.v
babhru
babhrú mf(u, or ū́)n. (according to Uṇ. i, 23 fr. √bhṛ) deep-brown, reddish-brown, tawny RV. &c. &c
• bald-headed L.
• m. a kind of large ichneumon L.
• any ichneumon MBh. Hariv.
• a man with deep-brown hair Mn. iv, 30 (others 'a reddish-brown animal' or 'the Soma creeper')
• Cuculus Melanoleucus (= cātaka) L.
• a species of vegetable L.
• N. of Kṛishṇa-Vishṇu or of Śiva MBh.
• a king, prince ib.
• a partic. constellation (= babhruka) VarBṛS. Sch.
• N. of sev. men (cf. g. gargâdi)
• of a descendant of Atri (author of RV. v, 30) Anukr. (also with the patr. Daivāvṛidha and Kaumbhya Br. MBh. Pur.)
• of a disciple of Śaunaka VP.
• of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh. (also pl. Hariv. )
• of a son of Viśva-garbha Hariv.
• of a Vṛishṇi MBh. Hariv.
• of a son of Druhyu Hariv.
• of a son of Roma-pāda or Loma-pāda ib.
• of a Gandharva R.
• of a country (= -deśa) L.
• (u), f. a reddish-brown cow, Bhp
• n. a dark-brown colour or any object of that colour W. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lith. béras, brúnas ; Germ. brûn, [721, 3] braun ; Eng. brown.]
⋙ babhrukarṇa
○karṇa (○bhrú-), mf(ī́)n. browneared AV. TS.
⋙ babhrukeśa
○keśa mf(ī)n. brown-haired ĀpGṛ. Sch.
⋙ babhrudeśa
○deśa m. N. of a country Cat.
⋙ babhrudhātu
○dhātu m. red ochre L.
⋙ babhrudhūta
○dhūta (○bhrú-), mfn. pressed out by Babhru (as Soma) RV.
⋙ babhrunīkāśa
○nīkāśa (○bhrú-), mfn. appearing or looking brownish VS.
⋙ babhrupiṅgala
○piṅgala mfn. reddish-brown MBh.
⋙ babhrumālin
○mālin m. 'brown-garlanded', N. of a Muni ib.
⋙ babhruloman
○loman (○bhrú-), mf(mnī)n. brown-haired MaitrS. ĀpŚr.
⋙ babhruvaktra
○vaktra mfn. ichneumon-faced', having the face of an ichneumon MW.
⋙ babhruvāha
○vāha m. = next Cat.
⋙ babhruvāhana
○vāhana m. N. of a son of Arjuna, king of Mahôdaya MBh. Pur.
⋙ babhrusmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of wk
≫ babhruka
babhruká mfn. brownish ŚBr.
• (bábhr○), m. (prob.) a kind of ichneumon VS. GopBr.
• N. of a constellation (near which all planets pass when in the 7th and 10th houses) VarBṛS. Sch.
≫ babhruśa
babhruśa mfn. g. lomâdi
≫ babhluśa
babhluśá mfn. brownish VS. MaitrS.
bamb
bamb cl. a. P. bambati, to go Dhātup. xi, 24, 25
bambagairava
bambagairava m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
bambaviśvavayas
bamba-viśvaváyas (cf. MaitrS.) and bambā́-viśvávayas (cf. TS
• cf.g. vanaspaty-ādi Kāś.), m. du. N. of 2 men (also bambhār-viśvavayas Kāṭh.)
bamburevaṇa
bamburevaṇa m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
bambhara
bambhara m. a bee L.
≫ bambharāli
bambharâli or f. a fly L.
⋙ bambharāli
bambharâḍli f. a fly L.
bambhārava
bambhā-rava m. lowing (of cows) Var. (cf. bhambhārava)
bambhāri
bambhāri m. N. of one of the 7 tutelary deities of the Soma plant VS.
bara
bara m. N. of Bala-rāma (= bala) L.
baraṭa
baraṭa m. a species of grain Gṛihyās. (cf. barbaṭa). [Page 722, Column 1]
barāsī
barāsī́ f. a partic. article of clothing or kind of woven cloth MaitrS. Br. ŚrS. (also spelt varāsi and varāśi)
bariśī
bariśī f. (also written var○) a fishhook L.
barīvarda
barīvarda m. (also written var○) = balīvarda, a bull L.
baru
baru m. N. of a descendant of Aṅgiras (author of RV. x, 96) Br. ŚrS.
barodā
barodā f. N. of a country and city in Gujarāt Cat.
barkara
barkara mfn. deaf Gal.
• m. (also written varkara) a kid, lamb ĀpŚr.
• a goat L.
• any young animal L.
• sport, joke L.
⋙ barkarakarkara
○karkara mfn. (?) of all kinds Amar.
barku
bárku m. N. of a man with the patr. Vārshṇa ŚBr.
barjara
barjara m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
barjaha
bárjaha m. an udder RV.
≫ barjahya
barjahyá n. a nipple AV.
barb
barb cl. 1. P. barbati, to go, move Dhātup. xi, 24
barbaṭa
barbaṭa m. Dolichos Catjang L. (cf. baraṭa)
• (ī), f. id. L.
• a harlot L.
barbara
barbara mfn. (also written varvara) stammering ( -tā)
• curly Kāṭh.
• m. (pl.) the non-Āryans, barbarians MBh. R. &c
• the country of the barbarians W.
• a low fellow, blockhead, fool, loon (used mostly in the voc.) Hit.
• (only L.) curly hair
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus
• Cleome Pentaphylla
• a partic. fragrant plant
• Unguis Odoratus
• a kind of worm
• two kinds of fish
• the noise of weapons
• a kind of dance
• (ā), f. a kind of fly L.
• a species of Ocimum L.
• a kind of vegetable L.
• a partic. flower L.
• N. of a river VP.
• (ī), f. See below
• n. vermilion L.
• gum-myrrh L.
• yellow sandal-wood L.
• = barbarī f. and ○rīka n
⋙ barbaratā
○tā f. a partic. stammering pronunciation of the letter r RPrāt.
⋙ barbarasthāna
○sthāna n. N. of a district MW.
⋙ barbarottha
barbarôttha n. white sandal-wood L.
≫ barbari
barbari m. N. of a man Cat. (cf. varvara)
≫ barbarita
barbarita mfn. g. kāśâdi
≫ barbarin
barbarin mfn. curly-haired Pañcad.
≫ barbarī
barbarī f. a species of Ocimum Bhpr.
• = barbara n. and ○rīka, n
• N. of a river VP.
⋙ barbarīgandha
○gandha m. a partic. plant (= aja-modā) L.
≫ barbarīka
barbarīka n. (only L.) curly hair or a partic. mode of wearing the hair
• a kind of vegetable
• Ocimum Villosum
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus
• m. a form of Śiva
⋙ barbarīkopākhyāna
barbarīkôpâkhyāna n. N. of ch. of the SkandaP.
barbā
barbā f. a species of Ocimum L.
barbura
barburá n. (or m.) water Naigh. i, 12
• m. = babbula Subh.
barsa
barsá m. n. tip, point, thin end TS. Br.
⋙ barsanaddhi
○naddhi f. the tying of a knot AitBr.
barsva
bársva m. (prob.) the socket of a tooth VS. Kāṭh.
barh
barh or varh (cf. √bṛh, vṛh), cl. 1. Ā. barhate (only Dhātup. xvi, 39), to speak
• to hurt
• to give or cover (dāna vḷ. chādana)
• cl. 10. P. (xxxiii, 96) to speak
• to shine
barha
barha m. n. (also written varha
• √1. bṛh, 'to pluck out') a tail-feather, the tail of a bird (esp. of a peacock) MBh. Kāv. &c
• a leaf (ketaka-b○) Ragh.
• n. a kind of perfume L.
⋙ barhaketu
○ketu m. N. of a son of Sagara Hariv.
• of a son of the ninth Manu MārkP.
⋙ barhacandraka
○candraka m. and the eye in a peacock's tail L.
⋙ barhanetra
○netra n. the eye in a peacock's tail L.
⋙ barhapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. Acacia Sirissa L.
⋙ barhabhāra
○bhāra m. 'burden of feathers, a peacock's tail Hariv. Megh.
• a tuft of peacock's feathers on the shaft of a lance or on the handle of a club W.
⋙ barhavat
○vat mfn. g. vimuktâdi
⋙ barhāpīḍa
barhâpīḍa (cf. Hariv.),
⋙ barhāpīḍaka
barhâpīḍḍaka (cf. Hcat.), m. a wreath of peacock's feathers (worn on the crown of the head)
≫ barhaṇa 1
barhaṇa mf(ī)n. tearing or pulling out ( mūla-b○)
• dazzling (the eyes) Bālar.
• n. pulling out ( See mūla-b○)
• a leaf L.
• Tabernaemontana Coronaria L. [Page 722, Column 2]
⋙ barhāyita
barhāyita mfn. (fr. Nom. barhāya) resembling the eyes on a peacock's tail BhP.
≫ barhi 1
barhi in comp. for ○hin
⋙ barhikusuma
○kusuma n. = -puṣpa L.
⋙ barhicitraka
○citraka n. N. of VaerṛS. xliv
⋙ barhicūḍā
○cūḍā f. Celosia Cristata L.
⋙ barhicchada
○cchada m. the feather of a peacock, Śriṅgār
• n. the plumage of a peacock ib.
⋙ barhidhvaja
○dhvaja m. 'symbolised by a peacock', N. of Skanda Bālar.
• (ā), f. N. of Durgā L.
⋙ barhipuṣpa
○puṣpa n. (L.),
⋙ barhibarha
○barha n. (cf. Bhpr.) a kind of perfume
⋙ barhiyāna
○yāna m. 'having a peacock for vehicle', N. of Skanda KāśīKh.
⋙ barhivāhana
○vāhana m. 'id.', N. of Gaṇêśa Kathās.
⋙ barhiśikha
○śikha n. = puṣpa L.
≫ barhi 2
barhi m. N. of a descendant of Aṅgiras GopBr.
≫ barhi 3
barhi in comp. for ○his (m. c. also n. = barhis BhP.)
⋙ barhiṣad
○ṣád mfn. seated or placed on the sacrificial grass RV. TS.
• m. (pl.) the Pitṛis or deceased ancestors (also a partic. class of Pitṛis) Mn. (esp. iii, 196 ; 199) MBh. &c
• N. of a son of Havirdhāna and Havir-dhāna BhP.
⋙ barhiṣada
○ṣada m. N. of a Ṛishi MBh.
≫ barhiḥ
barhiḥ in comp. for ○his
⋙ barhiḥśuṣman
○śuṣman m. fire, the god of fire L.
⋙ barhiḥṣad
○ṣad m. N. of a Ṛishi (vḷ. for barhi-ṣad) BhP.
⋙ barhiḥṣṭha
○ṣṭha mfn. standing or placed on the sacrificial grass
• m. (prob.) a sacrificial gift BhP.
⋙ barhiḥṣṭhā
○ṣṭhā́ mfn. = prec. mfn. RV.
≫ barhiṇa
barhiṇa mfn. adorned with peacock's feathers MBh.
• m. a peacock Mn. Āpast. MBh. &c
• n. Tabernaemontana Coronaria L.
• N. of one of the 1000 small islands of Bharata-varsha L.
⋙ barhiṇalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa mf(ā)n. = barhiṇa mfn. R.
⋙ barhiṇavāja
○vāja m. an arrow feathered with peacock's plumes MBh.
⋙ barhiṇavāsas
○vāsas mfn. (an arrow) provided with peacock's feathers R. (B.)
⋙ barhiṇavāhana
○vāhana m. N. of Skanda L.
≫ barhin
barhin m. a peacock MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh.
• of a Ṛishi (= barhiṣada) ib.
• n. a kind of perfume L.
≫ barhir
barhir in comp. for ○his
⋙ barhiruttha
○uttha m. 'arising from grass', fire Bālar.
⋙ barhirjyotis
○jyotis m. fire or the god of fire L.
⋙ barhirmukha
○mukha m. 'fire-mouthed', a deity (so called because sacrifices are mostly offered to the gods in fire) L.
⋙ barhirhoma
○homa m. an oblation (prepared) for the sacrificial grass Vait.
≫ barhiṣ
barhiṣ in comp. for ○his
⋙ barhiṣkeśa
○keśa m. 'grass-haired', fire or the god of fire L.
⋙ barhiṣpala
○pala or (cf. Kāś.), n. g. kaskâdi
⋙ barhiṣpūla
○pūla (cf. Kāś.), n. g. kaskâdi
⋙ barhiṣmat
○mat (○híṣ-), mfn. accompanied or provided with sacrificial grass RV. Br. Mn.
• having fire or light, blazing, shining W.
• m. one who has or spreads sacrificial grass, a worshipper, sacrificer RV.
• N. of Prācīna-barhis BhP.
• (atī), f. N. of a wife of Priya-vrata and daughter of Viśvakarman BhP.
• N. of a city in Brahmâvarta ib.
≫ barhiṣka
barhiṣka mfn. formed of or covered with sacrificial grass MBh.
• n. sacrificial grass ib.
≫ barhiṣya
barhiṣyá mfn. belonging to or fitted for sacrificial grass RV. Br.
• n. (with kaśyapasya) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
≫ barhis
barhís n. (rarely m.) 'that which is plucked up', sacrificial grass, a bed or layer of Kuśa grass (usually strewed over the sacrificial ground and esp. over the Vedi, to serve as a sacred surface on which to present the oblations, and as a seat for the gods and for the sacrificers) RV. &c. &c
• n. Sacrificial Grass personified (and enumerated among the Prayāja and Anuyāja deities) RV. Br.
• sacrifice RV. BhP.
• ether L.
• water L.
• a kind of perfume L.
• m. fire, light, splendour L.
• Plumbago Zeylanica L.
• N. of a man MaitrUp.
• of a son of Bṛihad-rāja BhP.
• pl. the descendants of Barhis Saṃskārak.
⋙ barhistṛṇa
○tṛṇa n. a blade of the sacrificial grass KātyŚr.
barhaṇa 2
barháṇa mfn. (√2. bṛh) strong, vigorous
• only (○ṇā), ind. strongly, firmly, really, certainly RV.
⋙ barhaṇacakra
barhaṇa-cakra n. N. of a mountain village Rājat.
⋙ barhaṇāvat
barháṇā-vat mfn. energetic, vigorous, mighty
• ind. with might RV.
⋙ barhaṇāśva
barhaṇâśva m. N. of a prince (son of Nikumbha) BhP.
≫ barhas
barhas See ádri-b○ and dvi-bárhas
≫ barhiṣṭha
bárhiṣṭha mfn. (superl.) mightiest, strongest, highest Br.
• (am), ind. strongest, loudest RV.
• n. Andropogon Muricatus Suśr.
• the resin of Pinus Longifolia L.
bal 1
bal only Intens. balbalīti, to whirl round in a circle ŚBr.
bal 2
bal cl. 1. P. balati, to breathe, live Dhātup. xx, 10
• 'to hoard grain' or 'to prevent wealth' (dhānyâvarodha) ib.
• to be distressed (?) Gīt.
• Ā. balate (vḷ. for bhalate), to mention
• to hurt
• to give, xiv, 24
• cl. 10. P. balayati, to live, xxxii, 84
bālayati aor. abībalat, to nourish, rear, xxxii, 68
• Ā. bālayate (vḷ. for bhāl○), to explain, describe, xxxiii, 27. [Page 722, Column 3]
≫ bala
bala n. (or m. g. ardharcâdi) power, strength, might, vigour, force, validity RV. &c. &c. (balāt, 'forcibly, against one's will, without being able to help it'
• also = bala ibc., or balena, bala-tas, with gen. or ifc., 'by force, by the power or on the strength or in virtue or by means of, by')
• force or power of articulation, TUP
• force considered as a sixth organ of action (cf. karmêndriya) MBh.
• (the Buddhists reckon 10 forces, the ascetic Śaivas four, which according to Sch. on R. B. are sāman, dāna, bheda, and nigraha)
• Force personified as one of the Visve Devāþ MBh.
• power of, expertness in (loc.) Nal.
• stoutness, bulkiness L.
• (also pl
• ifc. f. ā) military force, troops, an army Mn. MBh. &c
• (L. also shape
• body
• semen virile
• gum
• blood
• a young shoot
• bone)
• m. a crow MBh.
• Crataeva Roxburghī L.
• half-ripe barley L.
• N. of a demon conquered by Indra (the brother of Vṛitra, in older texts vala) RV. &c. &c
• of an elder brother of Kṛishṇa (also called Bala-deva, Balabhadra, Bala-rāma &c.) MBh. Pur.
cf. IW. 332 &c
• (with Jainas) a white Bala or elder brother of Vāsudeva (9 in number, viz. Acala, Vijaya, Bhadra, Su-prabha, Su-dariśana, Ānanda, Nandana, Padma, and Rāma)
• N. of a son of Varuṇa and brother of Surā MBh.
• of an attendant on Skanda ib.
• of a son of Aṅgiras ib.
• of a son of Parikshit ib.
• of a son of Parijātra BhP.
• of a son of Kṛishṇa ib.
• of a lexicographer (also written vala) Naish. Sch.
• of a horse of the Moon VP.
• (ā), f. Sida Cordifolia Suśr. (du. the plants Balā and Ati-balā ib.)
• N. of a partic. charm R. Ragh. (cf. ati-b○)
• the youngest sister in a drama L.
• N. of a daughter of Daksha R.
• of a daughter of Raudrāśva Hariv.
• of a female divinity who executes the orders of the 17th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī L.
• of a peasant girl Lalit.
• (balá), n. = valá, a cavern AV.
• mfn. strong, robust L. ; sick (= amin) L. [Cf. Lat. valere, valor &c.]
⋙ balakara
○kara mfn. inspiring strength, strengthening R. Suśr.
⋙ balakāma
○kāma mfn. desiring strength ŚrS.
⋙ balakāya
○kāya m. 'armed body', an army Divyâv.
⋙ balakṛt
○kṛt mfn. strengthening Suśr.
⋙ balakṛta
○kṛta mfn. done by force or against free consent Mn. viii, 168 &c
⋙ balakṛti
○kṛti f. a mighty deed Nir.
⋙ balakrama
○krama m. N. of a mountain VP.
⋙ balakṣobha
○kṣobha m. commotion in the forces, mutiny in an army Var.
⋙ balagupta
○gupta m. N. of a man Mudr.
• (ā), f. N
• of a peasant girl Lalit.
⋙ balacakra
○cakra n. 'circle of power, dominion, sovereignty (-vartin, m. a powerful sovereign) Buddh.
• an army, host MBh.
⋙ balaja
○ja mfn. produced by strength or power W.
• m. n. a heap of corn, grain L.
• (ā), f. id. ĀpŚr.
• a pretty woman L.
• the earth L.
• Arabian jasmine L.
• a rope ĀpŚr. Sch.
• N. of a river BrahmaP.
• n. (only L.) a city-gate, any gate
• a field
• war
• a pretty figure
• pith, marrow
⋙ balajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha mfn. one whose superiority is dependent on his strength or power MBh.
⋙ balada
○da m. 'strength-giving', a partic. form of Agni Gṛihyās. MBh.
• an ox, bullock Kathās. (○dī-bhūta mfn. become an ox ib.)
• a partic. medicinal plant (= jīvaka) L.
• (ā), f. Physalis Flexuosa L.
• N. of a daughter of Raudrāśva Hariv. (vḷ. balā)
⋙ baladarpa
○darpa m. pride of strength MW.
⋙ baladā
○dā́ (cf. RV. Kauś.),
⋙ baladāvan
○dā́van (cf. AV.), mfn. conferring or imparting power
⋙ baladeya
○déya n. bestowal of strength RV.
⋙ baladeva
○deva m. wind L.
• N. of the elder brother of Kṛishṇa (said to have been produced from a white hair of Vishṇu, and regarded as a Nāga) MBh. Kāv. &c
• of a Nāga-rāja L.
• of a Brāhman Kathās.
• of sev. authors (also with vidyābhūṣaṇa) Cat.
-pattana n. N. of a town Var.
-svasṛ f. N. of Śiva's wife L.
○vâhnika n. N. of wk
• (ā), f. Ficus Heterophylla L.
⋙ baladviṣ
○dviṣ m. 'Bala's foe', N. of Indra L.
⋙ baladhara
○dhara m. 'might-bearer', N. of a Brāhman Kathās.
• of a warrior ib.
⋙ balanagara
○nagara n. N. of a town Buddh.
⋙ balanāśana
○nāśana m. 'destroyer of Bala', N. of Indra MBh.
⋙ balanigraha
○nigraha m. reducing strength, weakening W.
⋙ balanisūdana
○nisūdana m. = -nāśana Hariv. &c
⋙ balaṃdharā
○ṃ-dharā f. N. of Bhīma-sena's wife MBh.
⋙ balapati
○pati (bála-), m. lord of strength ŚBr.
• a general, commander Var.
⋙ balapura
○pura n. Bala's stronghold RAnukr.
⋙ balapurṇa
○purṇa wṛ. for next
⋙ balapūrva
○pūrva mf(ā)n. preceded by the word bala Hcat.
⋙ balaprada
○prada mfn. giving strength Suśr.
⋙ balapramathanī
○pramathanī f. N. of a form of Durgā Hcat.
⋙ balaprasū
○prasū f. Bala's (i.e. Baladeva's) mother, Rohiṇī L.
⋙ balaprāṇa
○prâṇa n. strength and spirit
⋙ balabandhu
○bandhu m. N. of a son of Manu Raivata MārkP.
• of a son of Bhṛigu in the 10th Dvāpara VāyuP. [Page 723, Column 1]
⋙ balabalī
○balī f. strong (?) Divyâv.
⋙ balabhadra
○bhadra mfn. strong, powerful L.
• Bos Gavaeus L.
• Symplocos Racemosa L.
• a species of Kadamba L.
• N. of Balarāma or of An-anta (the great serpent identified with him) Pur. W.
• of a descendant of Bharata, of various men (esp. teachers and authors, also with also, ācārya, kāyastha, pancânana, bhaṭṭa, mitra, śukla, sūri) Cat.
• of a mountain in Śāka-dviipa BhP.
• (ā), f. a young girl, maiden L.
• Ficus Heterophylla L.
⋙ balabhadrikā
○bhadrikā f. Ficus Heterophylla L.
• a kind of cake made of bean-flour L.
⋙ balabhid
○bhid mfn. breaking or routing an army W.
• m. 'slayer of Bala', N. of Indra MBh. Kāv. &c. (-bhit-sakhi, m. a friend of Indra MW.)
• a partic. Ekâha PañcavBr. ŚrS.
⋙ balabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. 'might-bearing', powerful, strong MBh.
⋙ balamada
○mada m. pride in power MBh.
⋙ balamukhya
○mukhya m. the chief of an army R.
⋙ balayukta
○yukta or mfn. endowed with strength, powerful Var.
⋙ balayuta
○yuta mfn. endowed with strength, powerful Var.
⋙ balarāma
○rāma m. N. of the elder brother of Kṛishṇa and third of the Rāmas (regarded as the 8th Avatāra of Vishṇu, sometimes as an incarnation of the great serpent Śesha or An-anta
• he is also called Bala, Bala-deva, Bala-bhadra, and Halâyudha, cf. IW. 332 &c.) MBh. Pur.
-pancânana m. N. of a grammarian Cat.
⋙ balavat
○vat (bála-), mfn. possessing power, powerful, mighty, strong, intense VS. &c. &c
• vehement (as love, desire &c.) MBh.
• dense (as darkness) Mṛicch.
• preponderating, prevailing (also with abl., 'over') VPrāt.
• accompanied by an army Inscr.
• ind. powerfully, strongly, vehemently, much, well ŚBr. &c. &c
• m. N. of the 8th Muhūrta Var.
• (atī), f. small cardamoms L.
-tama (bál○), mfn. most powerful, strongest, mightiest RV. AV. &c
-tara mfn. more powerful, stronger Mn. MBh. &c
-tā f. (cf. MBh. Rājat.), -tva n. (Kap.) powerfulness, superiority, preponderance
⋙ balavarjita
○varjita mfn. destitute of strength, weak, infirm Var.
⋙ balavarṇin
○varṇin mfn. strong and looking well Suśr.
⋙ balavardhana
○vardhana mfn. increasing power, strengthening W.
• m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshtra MBh.
⋙ balavardhin
○vardhin mfn. = prec. mfn. W.
• (inī), f. a species of medicinal plant (= jīvaka) L.
⋙ balavarman
○varman m. N. of a king Inscr.
○ma-deva m. id. ib.
• N. of a merchant Kathās.
⋙ balavikarṇikā
○vikarṇikā f. N. of a form of Durgā Hcat.
⋙ balavijñāya
○vijñāyá mfn. recognisable by strength RV.
⋙ balavinyāsa
○vinyāsa m. arrangement of forces, array of troops L.
⋙ balavipulahetumati
○vipula-hetu-mati n. N. of an Asura Buddh.
⋙ balavirya
○virya n. strength and heroism MBh.
• m. 'possessing strength and heroism', N. of a descendant of Bharata Śatr.
⋙ balaparākrama
○parākrama mfn. strong and heroic and valorous MW.
⋙ balavṛtra
○vṛtra (ibc.) Bala and Vṛitra
-ghna, -niṣadana, and han m. 'destroyer of BṭBala and Vṛitra', N. of Indra MBh.
⋙ balavayasana
○vayasana n. the defeat or rout of an army Kām. Hit.
-saṃkula mfn. (a king) embarrassed by disorder in (his) army ib.
⋙ balavyāpad
○vyāpad f. decrease of strength Suśr. Bhpr.
⋙ balavyūha
○vyūha m. a partic. Samādhi L.
⋙ balaśarman
○śarman m. N. of a lexicographer Cat.
⋙ balaśālin
○śālin mfn. having or possessing strength, strong, vigorous (○li-tā f.) MBh.
• possessing a great army Var.
⋙ balasamuha
○samuha m. assemblage of forces, army Ratnâv.
⋙ balasūdana
○sūdana mfn. destroying armies MBh.
• m. 'destroyer of Bala', N. of Indra MBh.
⋙ balasena
○sena mṆ. of a warrior Kathās.
• (ā), f. a strong army, an army, host MBh.
⋙ balastha
○stha mfn. 'being in strength or power', strong, powerful, vigorous MBh. (cf. balâvastha)
• m. 'being or belonging to an army', a warrior, soldier ib. R.
⋙ balasthala
○sthala m. N. of a son of Parijātra BhP. (v. l. balaḥ sthalaḥ)
⋙ balasthiti
○sthiti f. 'army-station', a camp, encampment L.
• a royal residence, royal camp or quarters W.
⋙ balahan
○han mf(ghnī)n. one who slays or destroys armies Hariv. (vḷ. -vat)
• m. 'destroyer of strength', phlegm, the phlegmatic humour L.
⋙ balahantṛ
○hantṛ m. 'slayer of Bala', N. of Indra MBh.
⋙ balahara
○hara m. 'taking away strength', N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ balahīna
○hīna mfn. destitute of strength, weak (-tā f.) R.
⋙ balākṣa
balâkṣa m. N. of a prince MBh.
⋙ balāgra
balâgra n. the utmost strength, extreme force Hariv.
• the head of an army ib. R.
⋙ balāṅgaka
balâṅgaka m. 'strong-limbed (?)', the spring season L.
⋙ balāñcitā
balâñcitā f. 'strongly stretched (?), N. of Rāma's lute L.
⋙ balāḍhya
balâḍhya m. 'rich in strength, strengthening (?)', a bean L.
⋙ balātmikā
balâtmikā f. Tiaridium Indicum L.
⋙ balāmikā
balâmikā mfn. superior in strength, surpassing in power MBh. Kathās.
⋙ balādhikaraṇa
balâdhikaraṇa n. pl. the business or affairs of an army MBh.
⋙ balādhyakṣa
balâdhyakṣa m. the superintendent or commander of an army, a general, minister of war Mn.
• P. Hariv.
⋙ balānīka
balânīka m. N. of a man MBh. (cf. bala-sena). [Page 723, Column 2]
⋙ balānuja
balânuja m. the younger brother of Baladeva, i.e. Kṛishṇa L.
⋙ balānvita
balânvita mfn. possessed of Power, powerful, strong W.
• suggestive of power Ml.
• leading an army W.
⋙ balāpakarṣam
balâpakarṣam ind. by force W.
⋙ balabala
balábala mfn. at one time strong at another weak MārkP.
• n. strength and weakness, relative strength or power or weight or highness or dignity or importance Mn. Yājñ. Kāv. &c
-bīja-bhaṅga m. -sūtra-bṛhad-vṛtti f. ○lâkṣepa-parihāra, m. N. of wks
⋙ balābhra
balâbhra n. 'army-cloud', an army in the form of a cloud MBh.
⋙ balārāti
balârāti m. = bala-dviṣ L.
⋙ balāri
balâri m. id. Mṛicch. (v. l.) Bhām.
⋙ balārthin
balârthin mfn. desirous of power Mn. ii, 37
⋙ balāvalepa
balâvalepa m. pride of strength or prowess MārkP.
⋙ balāvastha
balâvastha mfn. powerful, strong ib. (cf. bala-stha)
⋙ balāśva
balâśva m. N. of a king (called also Karaṃ-dhama) ib.
⋙ balāsura
balâsura m. N. of a washerman Kathās.
⋙ balāhvā
balâhvā f. Sida Cordifolia L.
○hva-kanda m. a kind of esculent √cf. L
⋙ baleśa
balêśa m. the chief or commander of an army Var.
⋙ balotkaṭā
balôtkaṭā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ balotsāha
balôtsāha m. ardour of troops or forces R.
⋙ balotamatta
balôtamatta mfn. intoxicated with power R.
⋙ balopapanna
balôpapanna mfn. endowed with power or strength MW.
⋙ balopaviṣṭa
balôpaviṣṭa mfn. id. W.
⋙ balopeta
balôpêta mfn. id. ib.
⋙ balaugha
balâugha m. a multitude of troops, numerous force Śiś.
≫ balaka
balaka m. N. of a demon Hariv. (cf. valaka)
• a dream at nightfall L.
• n. a mixture of treacle and milk L.
≫ balana
balana mfn. strengthening L.
• n. the act of strengthening Dhātup.
≫ balaya
balaya Nom. P. ○yati, See upâd-balaya
≫ balala
balala m. = bala-rāma L.
≫ balāt
balāt ind. (abl.of bala, q.v.) incomp
⋙ balātkāra
○kāra m. employment of force, violence, oppression, injustice (ibc
am and eṇa ind. = forcibly, violently) Kāv. Kathās.
• (in law) the detention of the person of a debtor by his creditor to recover his debt W.
○râbhilāṣin mfn. wishing to use force, intending to violate Kathās.
⋙ balātkārita
○kārita mfn. = next Cat.
⋙ balātkṛta
○kṛta mfn. treated violently, forced, overpowered MBh. Kāv. Pur.
≫ balāya 1
balāya Nom. Ā. ○yate (for 2. See col. 3), to put forth strength Nir. x, 3
≫ balin
balín mfn. powerful, strong, mighty, stout, robust RV. &c. &c
• m. a soldier Inscr. (cf. balastha)
• N. of Vatsa-pril MārkP.
• (only L) a hog bull, buffalo, camel, kind of sheep, serpent, Phaseolus Radiatus, a sort of jasmine, the phlegmatic humour, N. of a Bala-rāma
• (inī), f. Sida Cordifolia L.
≫ baliman
baliman m. power, strength (in a-b○) ChUp.
≫ baliṣṭha
báliṣṭha mfn. (superl. fr. balín) most powerful, very. strong or mighty ŚBr. &c. &c
• stronger or mightier than (abl.) Ragh.
• m. a camel L.
⋙ baliṣṭhatama
○tama mfn. most powerful, mightiest AitBr.
≫ balīyas
bálīyas mfn. (compar. fr. balín) more or most powerful, or mighty or strong or important or efficacious ŚBr. &c. &c
• ind. more powerfully or strongly &c. GopBr.
⋙ balīyastara
○tara mfn. more powerful, stronger, mightier Kām.
⋙ balīyastva
○tva n. pre-eminence in strength, superior power, predominance Kām.
≫ balīyasa
balīyasa mfn. = balīyas MBh.
≫ balūla
balūla mfn. powerful, strong, g. sidhmâdi
• = balaṃ na sahate Pāṇ. 5-2, 122 Vārtt. 8 Pat.
≫ balya
balya mf(ā)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 80) strengthening, giving strength Suśr.
• powerful, strong, vigorous W.
• m. a Buddhist mendicant L.
• (ā), f. N. of various plants (Sida Cordifolia or Rhombifolia, Physalis Flexuosa, Paederia Foetida &c.) L.
balakṣa
balákṣa mf(ī)n. (also written valakṣa) white TS.&c. &c
• m.white (the colour) W.
• (with pakṣa) the light half of a month L.
⋙ balakṣagu
○gu m. 'white-rayed', the moon Kāvyâd.
⋙ balakṣataṇḍulā
○taṇḍulā f. Sida Cordifolia L.
balakhin
balakhin mfn. coming from Balkh Kshitîś.
balaṅga
balaṅga balaṣa and balahaṣa m. or n. (?), N. of places Cat.
balabha
balabha m. a partic. venomous insect Suśr.
balāka
balāka m. (also written valāka) a kind of crane (the flesh of which is eaten) Gaut. Hariv.
• N. of a pupil of Śākapūṇi VP.
• of a pupil of Jātūkarṇya BhP.
• of a hunter MBh.
• of a son of Pūru and grandson of Jahnū BhP.
• of a son of Vatsa-prī MārkP. [Page 723, Column 3]
• of a Rākshasa ib.
• (ā), f. See below
⋙ balākāśva
balākâśva m. N. of a descendant of Jahnu MBh. Hariv.
≫ balākā
balā́kā f. a crane (more usual than ○ka m. q.v.) VS. &c. &c
• a mistress, loved woman L. (cf. Megh. 9?)
• N. of a woman, g. bahv-ādi
⋙ balākākauśika
○kauśiká m. N. of a preceptor ŚBr.
⋙ balākāpaṅktihāsin
○paṅkti-hāsin mfn. smiling with rows of cranes MBh.
≫ balākikā
balākikā f. a species of small crane L.
≫ balākin
balākin mfn. abounding in cranes Kālid. (cf. g. vrīhy-ādi)
• mṆ. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh.
balātkāra
balāt-kāra &c. See col. 2
balādyā
balādyā f. Sida Cordifolia L. (prob. wṛ. for balâhvā)
balāmoṭā
balāmoṭā f. Artemisia Vulgaris or Alpinia Nutans L.
balāya 2
balāya m. (for 1. See col. 2) Crataeva Roxburghil L.
balālaka
balālaka m. Flacourtia Cataphracta L.
balāsa
balā́sa m. (also written balāśa) a partic. disease, consumption or phthisis VS. AV.
• the phlegmatic humour Suśr.
⋙ balāsakṣayakara
○kṣaya-kara mfn. destroying the phlegmatic humour Suśr.
⋙ balāsagrathita
○grathita n. a kind of ophthalmia ib.
⋙ balāsaghna
○ghna mfn. = -kṣaya-kara Suśr.
⋙ balāsanāśana
○nā́śana mf(ī)n. destroying consumption AV.
⋙ balāsabasta
○basta m. a partic. disease of the eye L.
⋙ balāsavardhana
○vardhana mfn. increasing the phlegmatic humour Suśr.
≫ balāsaka
balāsaka m. a yellow spot in the white of the eye (caused by disease) Suśr.
≫ balāsin
balāsín mfn. consumptive, phthisical AV.
balāhaka
balāhaká or valāhaká m. (cf. Naigh. i, 10) a rain or thunder -cloud, any cloud
MBh. Kāv. &c. (ifc. f. ā)
• one of the 7 clouds appearing at the destruction of the world Cat.
• a mountain L.
• Cyperus Rotundus L.
• a kind of crane (= balāka) L.
• a kind of snake Suśr.
• a kind of metre Col.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• of a commander Kād.
• of one of the 4 horses of Vishṇu ib.
• of a brother of Jayad-ratha MBh.
• of a Daitya L.
• of a mountain, Kathls
bali
balí m. (perhaps fr. √bhṛ) tribute, offering, gift, oblation (in later language always with √hṛ) RV. &c. &c
• tax, impost, royal revenue Br. Mn. MBh. &c
• any offering or propitiatory oblation (esp. an offering of portions of food, such as grain, rice &c., to certain gods, semi-divine beings, household divinities, spirits, men, birds, other animals and all creatures including even lifeless objects ; it is made before the daily meal by arranging portions of food in a circle or by throwing them into the air outside the house or into the sacred fire ; it is also called bhūta-yajña and was one of the 5 mahā-yajñas, or great devotional acts ; cf. RTL. 411, 421) GṛŚrS. Mn. (esp. iii, 69, 71) MBh. &c. (often ifc. with the object, the receiver, the time, or the place of the offering)
• fragments of food at a meal W.
• a victim (often a goat or buffalo) offered to Durgā MW.
• the handle of a chowrie or fly-flapper Megh.
• N. of a Daitya (son of Virocana
• priding himself on his empire over the three worlds, he was humiliated by Vishnu, who appeared before him in the form of a Vāmana or dwarf. son of Kaśyapa and Aditi and younger brother of Indra, and obtained from him the promise of as much land as he could pace in three steps, whereupon the dwarf expanding himself deprived him of heaven and earth in two steps, but left him the sovereignty of Pātāla or the lower regions) MBh. Pur. &c. (cf. IW. 328)
• N. of Indra in the 8th Manv-antara Pur.
• of a Muni MBh.
• of a king ib. Pañcat.
• of a son of Su-tapas Hariv. Pur. (cf. vali)
⋙ balikara
○kara m. pl. taxes and duties MBh.
• mfn. offering propitiatory sacrifices W. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 21)
⋙ balikarambha
○karambha m. sacrificial cake W.
⋙ balikarman
○karman n. offering oblations to all creatures GṛS. Mn. &c
• presentation or payment of tribute MW.
⋙ balikṛt
○kṛt mfn. paying taxes, tributary AitBr.
⋙ baligāyatrī
○gāyatrī f. N. of a Mantra employed by the Śāktas RTL. 201
⋙ baliceṣṭitavarṇana
○ceṣṭitavarṇana n. N. of ch. of GaṇP. ii
⋙ balitantra
○tantra n. the regular form of an oblation to all creatures Gobh.
⋙ balidāna
○dāna n. the presentation of an offering to a deity (consisting of rice, milk, fruits &c. when presented to Vishṇu, or of living victims when offered to Śiva or Durgā) Pur.
• presentation of grain &c. to all creatures Cat. [Page 724, Column 1]
-paddhati f. -vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ balidviṣ
○dviṣ m. 'hater of Bali', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ balidhvaṃsin
○dhvaṃsin m. 'destroyer of BṭBali', id. L.
⋙ balinandana
○nandana m. 'son of Bali', N. of the Asura Bāṇa L.
⋙ baliniyamanodyuta
○niyamanôdyuta mfn. prepared to subdue Bali MW.
⋙ baliṃdama
○ṃ-dama m. 'tamer of Bali', N. of Vishṇu L.
prakhya mfn. equal to Vishṇu MW.
⋙ balipīṭhalakṣaṇa
○pīṭha-lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ baliputra
○putra m.= -nandana
-mokṣaṇa n. N. of ch. of BrahmaP. iv
⋙ balipuṣṭa
○puṣṭa m. 'nourished by food-offerings', a crow Śiś.
⋙ balipodakī
○podakī f. Basella Cordifolia L.
⋙ balipratigrāhaka
○pratigrāhaka mf(ikā)n. receiving oblations Divyâv.
⋙ balipriya
○priya mf(ā)n. fond of offering oblations Vishṇ.
• m. Symplocos Racemosa (fabled to grow faster if presented with oblṭoblations consisting of incense, lights &c.) L.
⋙ balibandhana
○bandhana m. 'binder or killer of Bali', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ balibhadra
○bhadra wṛ. for bala-bh○
⋙ balibhuj
○bhuj mfn. devouring oblations Kāv.
• enjoying offerings (said of gods) MW.
• m. a crow Kathās. BhP.
• a sparrow L.
• a crane W.
⋙ balibhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. paying tribute, tributary MBh. (cf. -hṛt)
⋙ balibhoja
○bhoja or m. a crow R. (cf. bhuj)
⋙ balibhojana
○bhojana m. a crow R. (cf. bhuj)
⋙ balimat
○mát mfn. receiving taxes or tribute (said of Agni) TBr.
• provided with food -oblations (said of a house) Ragh.
⋙ balimandira
○mandira n. 'Bali's abode', the infernal regions W.
⋙ balimahānarendrākhyāna
○mahānarêndrâkhyāna n. N. of wk
⋙ balimātra
○mātra n. a mere offering (to all beings), as much in quantity as an oblation to all creatures MW.
⋙ balivāka
○vāka m. N. of a Muni MBh. (v. l. baliv○)
⋙ balividhāna
○vidhāna n. the offering of an oblation Siṃhâs.
⋙ balivindhya
○vindhya m. N. of a son of Manu Raivata BhP.
⋙ balivṛṣahan
○vṛṣa-han m. N. of a prince VP.
⋙ baliveśman
○veśman n. = mandira L.
⋙ balivyākula
○vyākula mfn. busied in offering oblations MW.
⋙ baliṣaḍbhāga
○ṣaḍ-bhāga m. the sixth part as tribute MBh.
-hārin mfn. taking the sixth part as tribute Mn. viii, 308
⋙ balisadman
○sadman n. = -mandira L.
⋙ balisudana
○sudana wṛ. for bala-s○
⋙ balihan
○han m. 'slayer of Bali', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ baliharaṇa
○haraṇa mf(ī)n. adapted for the presentation of oblations, ĀvGṛ
• n. the presentation of oblṭoblations GṛS. Suśr. (cf. RTL. 329 &c.)
-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ balihāra
○hārá mfn. paying taxes or tribute AV.
• m. = -haraṇa n. MānGṛ.
⋙ balihrit
○hrít mfn. = -hāra mfn. RV. AV. TS.
⋙ balihoma
○homa m. the offering of oblations Hariv.
⋙ balīndrasahasranāman
balī7ndra-sahasra-nāman n. N. of wk
⋙ balyupakhyāna
baly-upakhyāna n. N. of ch. of the Vāsishṭha-rāmāyaṇa
≫ balika
balika m. (cf. valika) N. of a serpent-demon L.
• (ā), f. Sida Cordifolia and Rhombifolia L.
• mfn. one who takes his food every 6th day L.
≫ balīkṛta
balī-kṛta mfn. presented as an offering Kathās.
balivarda
balivárda m. a bull or ox TBr. &c. &c. (also balīv○
• wṛ. ○vardha)
• (balīvardī), f. N. of a woman, g. kalyāṇy-ādi (cf. Kāś.)
≫ balīvardin
balīvardin m. N. of a man g. śubhrâdi- (cf. Kāś. baliv○)
≫ balīvardineya
balīvardineya m. metron. fr. balīvardī Vop.
baliśa
baliśa n. ○śi, or ○śī f. (also written val○) a hook, fish-hook L. (cf. baḍiśa)
baliṣṭha
báliṣṭha báliyas, See p. 723, col. 2
baliṣṇu
baliṣṇu mfn. disregarded, despised L. (arrogant, disrespectful W.)
balīna
balīna m. a scorpion W.
• N. of an Asura MBh. (vḷ. balīviira)
balīvāka
balīvāka See bali-v○ under bali
balīha
balīha m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (cf. balhika)
balūka
balūka wrongly for valūka KātyŚr.
balkasa
bálkasa n. dregs or sediment left in the distillation of ardent spirits ŚBr.
balbaja
bálbaja m. (later balvaja, or valvaja) Eleusine Indica (a species of coarse grass not liked by cattle) TS. &c. &c
⋙ balbajamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of Balbaja grass, g. śarâdi
⋙ balbajastukā
○stukā́ f. a bunch or tuft of Balbaja grass RV.
≫ balbajika
balbajika mfn. g. kumudaâdi
balbalā
balbalā onomat. (with √kṛ) to stammer, stutter PañcavBr.
⋙ balbalākāra
○kāra m. stammering, stuttering SaṃhUp.
• (am), ind. ib.
balbūtha
balbūthá m. N. .of a man RV.
balbūla
balbūlá m. N. of a serpent-demon Suparṇ. [Page 724, Column 2]
balya
balya See p. 723, col. 2
balla
balla wṛ. for valgā MBh. vii, 1217
ballava
ballava m. (also written vallava) a cowherd MBh. Hariv. Kāv. (cf. go-b○)
• N. assumed by Bhīma-sena when cook to king Virāṭa MBh.
• a cook L.
• pl. N. of a people MBh.
• (ī), f. a cowherdess L.
⋙ ballavatā
○tā f. (cf. Bālar.),
⋙ ballavatva
○tva n. (cf. Hariv.) the business or duty of a cowherd
⋙ ballavayuvati
○yuvati f. (○tī L.), a young cowherdess, Get
ballāla
ballāla m. N. of various men Col.
• of a king Kuval.
• of the father of Śaṃkara Cat.
⋙ ballāladeva
○deva (with daiva-jña), m. N. of the author of the Bhoja-prabandha Cat.
⋙ ballālamiśra
○miśra m. N. of a king, Vāsav., Introd
⋙ ballālasenadeva
○sena-deva m. N. of an author Cat.
balva
balva n. (also written valva, or valava) N. of the second Karaṇa or astrological division of the day L.
• (ī), f. wṛ. for vallī
balvaja
balvaja See balbaja
balśa
balśa = valśa in śatá-balśa, q.v
balhi
balhi m. N. of a country, Balkh Uṇ. iv, 117 Sch. (written vahli)
≫ balhika
balhika n. = bālhīka, Asa Foetida L.
bava
bava n. (also written vava) N. of the first Karaṇa or astrological division of the day Sūryas.
baṣkaya
baṣkáya mfn. (prob.) one year old, a yearling RV. i, 164, 5 (cf. g. utsâdi)
≫ baṣkayaṇī
baṣkayaṇī or f. a cow with a young calf. L. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-1, 65)
⋙ baṣkayiṇī
baṣkaḍyiṇī f. a cow with a young calf. L. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-1, 65)
≫ baṣkiha
báṣkiha mfn. old, decrepit VS. MaitrS. (vaṣk○)
baṣṭa
baṣṭa m. (Prākṛ.) = mūrkha, a fool L.
basta
bastá m. (also written vasta) a goat RV. &c. &c
⋙ bastakarṇa
○karṇa m. Ṣorea Robusta L.
⋙ bastagandhā
○gandhā f. Ocimum Villosum L.
⋙ bastagandhākṛti
○gandhâkṛti f. a partic. plant growing in Mālava (= lakṣmaṇā) Bhpr.
⋙ bastamāram
○māram ind. after the manner of the dying of a goat Suśr.
⋙ bastamukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. goat-faced MW.
⋙ bastamūtra
○mūtra n. the urine of a goat MW.
⋙ bastamodā
○modā f. N. of a plant (= aja-modā) L.
⋙ bastavāśin
○vāśin mfn. bleating like a gṭgoat AV. (wṛ. ○sín)
⋙ bastaśṛṅgī
○śṛṅgī f. Odina Pinnata L.
⋙ bastājina
bastâjina n. a goat-skin MaitrS.
⋙ bastāntrī
bastântrī f. Argyreia Speciosa or Argentea L.
⋙ bastābhivāśin
bastâbhivāśin mfn. (wṛ. ○sín) = basta-vāśín AV.
⋙ bastāmbu
bastâmbu n. = basta-mūtra Bhpr.
basti
basti &c. See vasti
bastya
bastya See vā́ja-bastya
basri
básri ind. quickly RV. i, 120, 12 (= kṣipram Sāy.)
bah
bah short form of √baṃh, q.v
≫ bahaya
bahaya Nom. P. ○yati (fr. bahu) Pat.
≫ bahala
bahala mfn. thick, dense, compact, firm, solid Kāv. Rājat. Suśr.
• bushy, shaggy (as a tail) Ml.
• wide, extensive Suśr.
• deep, intense (as a colour) Śiś.
• harsh (as a tone) Prab.
• manifold, copious, abundant (ibc. = in a high degree
• ifc. = filled with, chiefly consisting of). Kāv. (often v. l. bahula)
• m. a kind of sugar-cane L.
• (ā), f. large cardamoms L. (cf. bahulā)
• Anethum Sowa L.
⋙ bahalagandha
○gandha n. a species of sandal L.
• (ā), f. large cardamoms L.
⋙ bahalacakṣus
○cakṣus m. Odina Pinisata L.
⋙ bahalatā
○tā f. thickness Suśr.
⋙ bahalatvaca
○tvaca n. the white flowering Lodhra L.
⋙ bahalavartman
○vartman mṇ. a partic. disease of the eyes, a swollen eyelid Suśr.
⋙ bahalāṅga
bahalâṅga m. Odina Pinnata L.
⋙ bahalānurāga
bahalânurāga mfn. deep red Śiś.
≫ bahalita
bahalita mfn. grown thick or compact or strong, Kāv'
≫ bahalībhū
bahalī-√bhū P. -bhavati, to become a thick or compact mass Car.
≫ bahu
bahú mf(vií or u)n. much, many, frequent, abundant, numerous, great or considerable in quantity (n. also as subst. with gen.) RV. (rarely in Maṇḍ. i-ix) AV. &c. &c. (tadbahu-yad, 'it is a great matter that' MBh.
tvayā me bahu kṛtaṃ-yad, 'you have done me a great service by-or that-' Nal.
kim bahunā, 'what occasion is there for much talk?' i.e. 'in short' Śak. Hit.)
• abounding or rich in (instr.) ŚBr.
• large, great, mighty AV. &c. &c
• (ú), ind. much, very, abundantly, greatly, in a high degree, frequently, often, mostly RV. &c. &c. (often ibc., where also= nearly, almost, rather, somewhat [Page 724, Column 3]
• cf. bahu-tṛṇa, bahu-trivarṣa and Pāṇ. 5-3, 68
bahu-√man = to think much of esteem highly, prize, value)
• n. the pl. number AitBr.
⋙ bahukaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka mfn. 'many-thorned', N. of sev. plants (a species of Asteracautha
• Alhagi Maurorum
• Phoenix Paludosa) L.
• (ā), f. = next L.
⋙ bahukaṇṭā
○kaṇṭā f. 'manythorned', Solanum Jacquini L.
⋙ bahukanda
○kanda m. 'having bulbous roots', Amorphophallus Campanulatus L.
• (ī), f. Cucumis Utilissimus or a kind of gourd L.
⋙ bahukara
○kara mf(ī)n. doing much, busy, useful in many ways to (gen.) Bhaṭṭ. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 21)
• one who sweeps, a sweeper L. (√kṝ?)
• m. a camel L.
• a species of jujube L.
• (ā or ī), f. a broom L. (√kṝ?)
⋙ bahukaraṇīya
○karaṇīya mfn. one who has (or complains of having) much to do, who never has time for anything L.
⋙ bahukarṇikā
○karṇikā f. Salvinia Cucullata L.
⋙ bahukalka
○kalka m. Buchanania Latifolia L.
⋙ bahukalpa
○kalpa mfn. manifold, multifarious MBh.
⋙ bahukalyāṇa
○kalyāṇa mf(ā or ī)n. very illustrious, most noble, Nal',
⋙ bahukāma
○kāma mfn. having many wishes or desires ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ bahukāra
○kāra mfn. doing or effecting much VS.
⋙ bahukāraṇīya
○kāraṇīya mfn. = -karaṇīya L.
⋙ bahukālam
○kālam ind. for a long time MW.
⋙ bahukālīna
○kālīna mfn. of long standing, old, ancient ib.
⋙ bahukīṭa
○kīṭa m. N. of a Grāma in the north, g. palady-ādi
⋙ bahukulīna
○kulīna or Sch. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 140 (cf. bâhukuleyaka)
⋙ bahukulya
○kulya Sch. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 140 (cf. bâhukuleyaka)
⋙ bahukusumita
○kusumita mfn. full of blossoms
⋙ bahukurca
○kurca m. a species of cocoa-nut L.
⋙ bahukṛta
○kṛta mf(ā)n., PIṇ' iv, 1, 52, Vlrtt' 5 Pat,. -kṛitya, mfn. = -karanīya L.
⋙ bahuketu
○ketu m. N. of a mountain R.
⋙ bahukrama
○krama m. a Krama (q.v.) of more than three words RPrāt.
⋙ bahukṣama
○kṣama mfn. enduring much Kum.
• m. a Jaina saint or a Buddha L.
⋙ bahukṣāra
○kṣāra m. a kind of alkali L.
⋙ bahukṣīrā
○kṣīrā f. a cow which gives much milk L.
⋙ bahugandha
○gandha mfn. strong-scented
• m. the resin of Boswellia Thurifera L.
• (ā), f. a bud of Michelia Champaka L.
• Jasminum Auriculatum L.
• Nigella Indica L.
• n. cinnamon L.
• a kind of sandal L.
-dā f. musk L.
⋙ bahugarhyavāc
○garhya-vāc mfn. saying much that is to be censured, too talkative, loquacious L.
⋙ bahugava
○gava m. 'having much cattle', N. of a prince Hariv. Pur.
⋙ bahugiri
○giri m. N. of a district Var.
⋙ bahugu
○gú mf(ū́)n. rich in cattle ĀpŚr.
⋙ bahuguḍā
○guḍā f. Solanum Jacquini L.
⋙ bahuguṇa
○guṇa mfn. many-threaded (as a rope) Pāṇ. 6-2, 176 Sch.
• manifold, multifarious, much MBh. R.
• having many good qualities or virtues, PIṇ. vi, 2, 176 Sch.
• m. N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh.
⋙ bahuguru
○guru m. one who has read much but superficially, a sciolist (= cumbaka) L.
⋙ bahuguhā
○guhā f. -guḍā L.
⋙ bahugo
○go mfn. having much cattle MW.
⋙ bahugotraja
○gotra-ja mfn. having many blood relations Kathās.
⋙ bahugranthi
○granthi m. 'many-knotted', Tamarix Indica L.
⋙ bahugraha
○graha mfn. receiving or holding much (said of a minister and a water-jar) Hit.
⋙ bahucarmaka
○carmaka mf(ikā)n. Pat.
⋙ bahucārin
○cārín mfn. roaming much or widely AV.
⋙ bahucitra
○citra mfn. very various or manifold Pañcat.
⋙ bahucchada
○cchada m. Alstonia Scholaris L.
⋙ bahucchala
○cchala mf(ā)n. deceitful Kir.
-tva n. Veṇis
⋙ bahucchinnā
○cchinnā f. a species of Cocculus L.
⋙ bahujana
○jana m. a great multitude of people (-parivāra, m. a partic. Samādhi
-hita n. the common weal) Buddh.
• mf(ā)n. surrounded by many people ĀpŚr.
⋙ bahujanmabhāj
○janma-bhāj mfn. subject to many births Sāy. on RV. i, 164, 3
⋙ bahujanya
○janya (bāhu-j○?), prob. n. a multitude of people L.
⋙ bahujalpa
○jalpa mfn. very talkative, loquacious ŚārṅgP.
⋙ bahujalpitṛ
○jalpitṛ m. a talker, prattler R.
⋙ bahujava
○java mfn. very swift Nir.
⋙ bahujāta
○jāta mfn. grown mighty ib.
⋙ bahujālī
○jālī f. a kind of cucumber L.
⋙ bahujña
○jña mfn. possessed of great knowledge
-tā f. great knowledge MW.
⋙ bahutanaya
○tanaya mfn. one who has many sons Daś.
⋙ bahutantrī
○tantrī mfn. (nom. īs) many-fibred (said only of the body Pāṇ. 5-4, 159)
⋙ bahutantrīka
○tantrīka mf(ā)n. (fr. bahu + tantrī) having many strings (as a musical instrument) L.
⋙ bahutama
○tama mfn. very many, most, most numerous &c
• farthest, remotest (e.g. ā bahutamāt puruṣāt, as far as the remotest descendant) ṢaḍvBr.
⋙ bahutara
○tara mf(ā or ī)n. more (or most) abundant or numerous &c
• greater or very great MBh. Kāv. &c
• (am), ind. more, very or too much, for the greater part, chiefly Vet. SaddhP.
-ka mfn. very -much or numerous Pat.
-kaṇiśa m. a kind of corn or grain (cf. gucchakaṇiśa)
⋙ bahutarām
○tarām ind. in a high degree, exceedingly, much, Caur
⋙ bahutas
○tas ind. from or by much or many
• from many sides Pāṇ. 5-3, 7, 8 Sch.
⋙ bahutā
○tā f. numerousness, muchness, abundance, plenty, multiplicity, plurality Vet. (cf. -tva)
⋙ bahutiktā
○tiktā f. Solanum Indicum L.
⋙ bahutitha
○titha See p. 626, col. 1
⋙ bahutṛṇa
○tṛṇa a, mfn. abounding in grass Kathās. [Page 725, Column 1]
• n. much like grass, almost grass, a mere blade of gṭgrass Bhartṛ. Śiś.
• m. Saccharum Munjia L.
⋙ bahutṛṣṇa
○tṛṣṇa mfn. having great thirst Kāv.
⋙ bahutra
○tra ind. in many ways or places, amongst many Pāṇ. 5-3, 10 Sch.
⋙ bahutrā
○trā́ ind. amongst many, to many RV. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 56 Sch.)
⋙ bahutrivarṣa
○trivarṣa mfn. well-nigh three years old, Laṭy
⋙ bahutva
○tva n. muchness, abundance, multitude MBh. Kāv. &c
• plurality, majority Mn. viii, 73
• (in gram.) the pl. number (cf. bahu-tā)
⋙ bahutvakka
○tvakka m. (fr. bahu + tvac), 'having much bark', Betula Bhojpatra L.
⋙ bahutvac
○tvac m. id. L.
• Astonia Scholaris L.
⋙ bahuthā
○thā ind. in numerous ways, in various manners Pāṇ. 5-3, 23 Sch.
⋙ bahuda
○da mfn. 'much-giving', liberal, munificent W.
⋙ bahudakṣiṇa
○dakṣiṇá mfn. marked by many fees or donations (as a religious ceremony), liberal, lavish, bountiful ŚBr.
⋙ bahudaṇḍika
○daṇḍika or mfn. having many staff-bearers W.
⋙ bahudaṇḍin
○daṇḍin mfn. having many staff-bearers W.
⋙ bahudantī
○dantī f. N. of a woman
-suta m. 'the son of Bahu-dantī', N. of an author Kām. (v. l. valgndantī-sukha)
⋙ bahudarśka
○darśka mf(ikā)n. or seeing much, prudent, circumspect L.
⋙ bahudarśin
○darśin mfn. seeing much, prudent, circumspect L.
○śi-tā f. circumspection ib.
⋙ bahudalakaniśa
○dala-kaniśa m. a partic. species of grain L.
⋙ bahudāna
○dāna n. a rich gift Kāv.
• (á), mfn. = -dāyin ŚBr.
⋙ bahudāman
○dāman or f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ bahudāmā
○dāmā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ bahudāyin
○dāyin mfn. 'much giving', liberal, munificent ChUp.
⋙ bahudāsapuruṣa
○dāsa-puruṣa mfn. having many slaves and servants ĀpŚr.
⋙ bahudāsapūruṣa
○dāsa-pūruṣá mf(ā́)n., id. TBr.
⋙ bahuduḥkhavāsam
○duḥkhavāsam ind. (with √vas) to have a very painful abode BhP.
⋙ bahudugdha
○dugdha mfn. having much milk L.
• (ā), f. (a cow) giving much milk L. (also
⋙ bahuvatī
○vatī Hcat.)
• m. wheat L.
⋙ bahudugdhikā
○dugdhikā f. 'having much milk', Tithymalus Antiquorum (which yields a caustic milky juice) L.
⋙ bahudṛśvan
○dṛśvan m. one who has seen much, a great observer, very experienced L.
⋙ bahudṛṣṭa
○dṛṣṭa mfn. = prec. W.
⋙ bahudeya
○deya n. munificence, liberality GopBr.
⋙ bahudevata
○devata mfn. (a hymn) addressed to many deities (-tva n.) Nir. ŚrS.
⋙ bahudevatya
○devatya mfn. belonging to many deities TS. ŚBr.
⋙ bahudeśadarśin
○deśa-darśin mfn. one who has seen many countries, a great traveller W.
⋙ bahudaivata
○daivata mfn. relating to many deities Nir.
⋙ bahudaivatya
○daivatya mfn. = prec. Cat.
• n. N. of wk
⋙ bahudoṣa
○doṣa m. great harm or disadvantage Mṛicch.
• mf(ā)n. having many faults or drawbacks, very wicked or bad R. Mṛicch.
⋙ bahudohanā
○dohanā f. yielding much milk MBh.
⋙ bahudhana
○dhana mfn. possessing much wealth, wealthy, rich (-tva, n.) Śak.
• m. N. of a man L.
○névara m. a very rich man Kathās.
⋙ bahudhanya
○dhanya wṛ. for dhānya
⋙ bahudhanvin
○dhanvin mfn. having many bows (said of Śiva) MBh.
⋙ bahudhā
○dhā See p. 726, col. 2
⋙ bahudhānya
○dhānya m. 'abounding in corn', N. of the 12th or 46th year in a 60 years' cycle of Jupiter Var.
⋙ bahudhānyaka
○dhānyaka m. or n. (?) N. of a place MBh.
⋙ bahudhara
○dhara n. 'manyedged', a diamond or the thunderbolt of Indra L.
⋙ bahudhīvan
○dhīvan mf(= m. or arī)n. rather skilful Vop. iv, 10
⋙ bahudhenūka
○dhenūka n. a great multitude of milch cows MBh.
⋙ bahudheya
○dheya (!), m. pl. N. of a school L.,
⋙ bahudhmāta
○dhmātá mfn. often annealed or cast (as iron) ŚBr.
⋙ bahunāda
○nāda m. 'loud-sounding', a conch shell L.
⋙ bahunāman
○nāman mfn. having many names BhP.
⋙ bahunihśrita
○nihśrita wṛ. for bāhu-n○, q.v
⋙ bahuniṣka
○niṣka or mfn. worth many Nishkas Pāṇ. 5-1, 30 Sch.
⋙ bahunaiṣkika
○naiṣkika mfn. worth many Nishkas Pāṇ. 5-1, 30 Sch.
⋙ bahupaṭu
○paṭu mfn. rather clever Pāṇ. 5-3, 68 Sch.
⋙ bahupattra
○pattra mfn. many-leaved
• m. an onion L.
• (ā), f. a partic. fragrant flower L.
• (ī), f. N. of various plants (Aloe Perfoliata L.
• basil
• a species of Solanum &c.) L.
• n. talc L.
⋙ bahupattrikā
○pattrikā f. Flacourtia Cataphracta L.
• Trigonella Foenum Graecum Bhpr.
• = mahā-śatāvarī L.
⋙ bahupatnīka
○patnīka mfn. having many wives Śak.
• performed by many wives KātyŚr. Sch.
-tā f. polygamy MBh.
⋙ bahupatnīkṛt
○patnīkṛt m. one who takes many wives MW.
⋙ bahupatnītā
○patnītā f. polygamy ib.
⋙ bahupad
○pad (strong form -pād), m. 'many-rooted', the Indian fig-tree L.
⋙ bahupada
○pada mfn. many-footed BhP.
⋙ bahupannaga
○pannaga m. N. of a Marut Hariv. (v. l. brahma-p○)
⋙ bahuparṇa
○parṇá mf(ā́)n. many-leaved TS. TBr.
• m. Alstonia Scholaris L.
• (ā), f. Trigonella Foenum Graecum L.
⋙ bahuparṇikā
○parṇikā f. Salvinia Cucullata L.
⋙ bahupaśu
○paśu mfn. rich in cattle Br. GṛS.
⋙ bahupākya
○pākya mfn. one at whose house much is cooked (for the poor) ChUp.
⋙ bahupād
○pād See -pad
⋙ bahupāda
○pāda mf(ā)n. many-footed MBh.
• composed of several Pādas (q.v.) RPrāt.
• m. the Indian fig. tree L.
⋙ bahupāyya
○pā́yya mfn. protecting many
• n. a large hall RV. (cf. nṛ-pārya)
⋙ bahuputra
○putra mf(ā)n. one who has many sons or children MānGṛ. ( f. -tva n. MW.)
• m. Alstonia Scholaris
• N. of a Prajā-pati R. Pur.
• (ī), f. Asparagus Racemosus Bhpr. [Page 725, Column 2]
• Flacourtia Cataphracta L.
• N. of Durgā L.
⋙ bahuputrikā
○putrikā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
• wṛ. for -pattrikā
⋙ bahupuṣṭa
○puṣṭá mfn. being in great prosperity MaitrS.
⋙ bahupuṣpa
○puṣpa m. 'many-blossomed', Erythrina Indica L. (ī or ikā f. Grislea Tomentosa Bhpr.)
-prabāla-vat mfn. having many flowers and young shoots R.
-phalôpêta. mfn. having many flowers and fruits MW.
⋙ bahuprakāra
○prakāra mfn. of many kinds, manifold MārkP.
• n. ind. in many ways, manifoldly R.
⋙ bahuprakṛti
○prakṛti mfn. consisting of many primary parts or verbal elements (as a compound) VPrāt.
⋙ bahupraja
○praja mf(ā)n. having a numerous progeny R. (also ○jás RV.) cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 123
• m. (only L.) a hog
• a mouse
• Saccharum Munjia
⋙ bahuprajña
○prajña mfn. very wise Ml.
⋙ bahuprajñānaśālin
○prajñāna-śālin mfn. possessed of much knowledge Kathās.
⋙ bahupratijña
○pratijña mfn. containing more than one proposition, complicated W.
• (in law) comprising many counts (as a plaint) Yājñ. Sch.
⋙ bahupratyarthika
○pratyarthika mfn. having many adversaries or opponents MW.
⋙ bahupratyavāya
○pratyavâya mfn. connected with many difficulties Nāg.
⋙ bahuprada
○prada mfn. 'muchbestowing', liberal, munificent, bountiful L.
⋙ bahuprapañca
○prapañca mfn. very diffuse or prolix Hit.
⋙ bahupralāpin
○pralāpin mfn. (cf. Var.)
○pi-tā, f. (cf. Prasannar.) = -bhāṣin, ○ṣi-tā
⋙ bahupravāha
○pravāha mfn. 'many-streamed', flowing in many streams W.
⋙ bahuprasū
○prasū f. a mother of many children L.
⋙ bahuprāśnika
○prāśnika mfn. containing many questions MW.
⋙ bahupriya
○priyá mfn. dear to many (= purupriyá ŚBr.
⋙ bahupreyasī
○preyasī mfn. having many loved ones Vop.
⋙ bahuphala
○phála mfn. 'many-fruited', fertile W.
• m. a partic. fruit tree L.
• Nauclea Cadamba L.
• (ā), f. N. of various plants (Solanum Indicum or another variety of Solanum
• Glycine Debilis
• a species of Convolvulus Turpethum
• various kinds of cucurbitaceous plants, Flacourtia Cataphracta) L.
• (ī), f. N. of various plants (Emblica Officinalis
• Ficus Oppositifolia &c.) L.
⋙ bahuphālikā
○phâlikā f. a species of jujube L.
⋙ bahuphenā
○phenā f. a species of plant (= sâtala)
○na-rasā f. = saptalā Car.
⋙ bahubala
○bala mfn. possessing great strength
• m. a lion L.
⋙ bahubāhu
○bāhu mfn. many-armed
• m. N. of a prince Hariv.
⋙ bahubīja
○bīja mfn. having much seed VarYogay.
• n. the fruit of Anona Reticulata or Squamosa L.
• (ā), f. Trigonella Foenum Graecum Bhpr.
• a kind of Musa L.
⋙ bahubollaka
○bollaka m. a great talker Divyâv.
⋙ bahubhakṣa
○bhakṣa mfn. eating much, a great eater MW.
⋙ bahubhadra
○bhadra m. pl. N. of a people, MārkP.
⋙ bahubhastraka
○bhastraka mf(ā) or ikā)n. (fr. bahu + bhastrā) Pāṇ. 7-3, 47 Sch.
⋙ bahubhāgya
○bhāgya mfn. of great good fortune, fortunate W.
⋙ bahubhāṣin
○bhāṣin mfn. talking much, garrulous ĀśvŚr. (a-b○)
○ṣi-tā f. (cf. MBh.) and ○ṣya n. talkativeness, garrulity
⋙ bahubhuj
○bhuj mfn. = -bhakṣa MBh.
⋙ bahubhuja
○bhuja mfn. having many arms
• (ā), f. N. of Durgā L.
⋙ bahubhūmi
○bhūmi m. N. of a prince VP.
⋙ bahubhūmika
○bhūmika mfn. having many floors or stories Hcat.
⋙ bahubhṛjj
○bhṛjj mfn. (nom. -bhṛṭ) roasting or frying much Vop.
⋙ bahubhoktṛ
○bhoktṛ m. a great eater Gobh. Sch.
⋙ bahubhogyā
○bhogyā f. 'to be enjoyed by many', a courtesan, prostitute Daś.
⋙ bahubhojaka
○bhojaka mfn. eating much Subh.
⋙ bahubhojana
○bhojana wṛ. for -bhojaka
⋙ bahubhojin
○bhojin mfn. eating much, voracious (○ji-tā f.) Kull. on Mn. ii, 57
⋙ bahubhauma
○bhauma mf(ī)n. = -bhūmika R.
⋙ bahumañjarī
○mañjarī f. basil Bhpr.
⋙ bahumata
○mata mfn. much thought of, highly esteemed, valued MBh. Kāv. &c
• having many different opinions W.
⋙ bahumati
○mati f. high opinion or esteem Kir.
⋙ bahumatsya
○matsya mfn. having many fish
• n. a place abounding in fish Kauś.
⋙ bahumadhyaga
○madhya-ga mfn. going among or belonging to many Mn. ix, 199
⋙ bahumantavya
○mantavya mfn. to be thought much of or esteemed highly, estimable MBh.
⋙ bahumala
○mala m. 'having much dross', lead L.
⋙ bahumāna
○māna m. high esteem or estimation, great respect or regard for (with loc. of pers. or thing, rarely with gen. of pers.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• n. a gift made by a superior to an inferior MW.
⋙ bahumānin
○mānin mfn. thought much of, highly esteemed MBh.
⋙ bahumānuṣasaṃkīrṇa
○mānuṣa-saṃkīrṇa n 'crowded with many people', an arbour, bower Gal.
⋙ bahumānya
○mānya mfn. to be thought much of, to be highly esteemed, estimable Kull. on Mn. ii, 117
⋙ bahumāya
○māya mfn. artful, deceitful, treacherous MBh. Pañcat.
⋙ bahumārgī
○mārgī f. a place where many roads meet ; (vḷ. ○ga n.) L.
⋙ bahumāla
○māla or mfn. possessing many necklaces MW.
⋙ bahumālaka
○mālaka mfn. possessing many necklaces MW.
⋙ bahumālyaphala
○mālya-phala mfn. rich in garlands and fruits Pat.
⋙ bahumāṣatila
○māṣa-tilá mf(ā́)n. rich in beans and sesamum TS. ĀpŚr.
⋙ bahumitra
○mitra mfn. having many friends Āpast.
• m. N. of a man ( See bāhumitrāyaṇa)
⋙ bahumukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. 'many-mouthed', speaking variously BhP.
⋙ bahumūtra
○mūtra mfn. making water in excess
-tā f. diabetes L. [Page 725, Column 3]
⋙ bahumūtraka
○mūtraka m. a kind of chameleon L.
⋙ bahumūrti
○mūrti mfn. multiform
• f. the wild cotton shrub L.
⋙ bahumūrdhan
○mūrdhan mfn. many-headed W.
• m. N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ bahumūla
○mūla mfn. many-rooted W.
• m. a sort of reed or grass L.
• Hyperanthera Moringa L.
• (ā), f. AsparagusRacemosus L.
• (ī), f. Emblica Officinalis L.
○la-phalânvita mfn. provided or furnished with many roots and fruits MW.
⋙ bahumūlaka
○mūlaka m. a species of reed L.
• N. of a Nāga MBh.
• n. the sweetscented √of Andropogon Muricatus Bhpr.
⋙ bahumulya
○mulya mfn. high-priced, precious ( f.) Pañcat.
• n. a large sum of money Rājat.
⋙ bahumṛga
○mṛga mfn. abounding in deer MW.
⋙ bahumaulya
○maulya wṛ. for -mūlya MBh.
⋙ bahuyajvan
○yajvan mfn. or Vop. iv, 5
⋙ bahuyajvā
○yajvā f. Vop. iv, 5
⋙ bahuyājin
○yājin mfn. one who has offered many sacrifices TS. AitBr. GṛS.
⋙ bahuyājya
○yājya mfn. one who has many institutors of a sacrifice, one who sacrifices on behalf of many Kull. on Mn. iii, 151
⋙ bahuyojanā
○yojanā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ bahurajas
○rajas mfn. very dusty or containing much pollen Kāvyâd.
⋙ bahuratna
○ratna mf(ā)n. rich in gems or jewels Siṃhâs.
○tnāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to contain many jewels ib.
⋙ bahuratha
○ratha m. N. of a king Hariv. Pur.
⋙ bahurandhrikā
○randhrikā f. 'much perforated', N. of a particular medicinal √cf. L
⋙ bahuramya
○ramya mfn. very delightful MW.
⋙ bahurasa
○rasá mfn. having much juice. juicy ŚBr.
• (ā), f. Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
⋙ bahurājan
○rājan mfn
⋙ bahurājā
○rājā f. Vop. iv, 5
⋙ bahurāyaspoṣa
○rāyaspoṣá mf(ā́)n. possessing much wealth TS. ĀpŚr.
⋙ bahurāśi
○rāśi mfn. (in arithm.) composed of numerous terms
• (with pakṣa), m. a series of many terms Col.
⋙ bahuripu
○ripu mfn. one who has many foes MW.
⋙ bahuruhā
○ruhā f. a species of Cocculus L.
⋙ bahurūpa
○rūpá mf(ā́)n. multiform, variegated, checkered
• manifold VS. &c. &c
• m. N. of Śiva MBh.
• of Rudra ib. Pur.
• of a son of Medhātithi BhP.
• (only L.) a chameleon
• hair
• the resin of Ṣorea Robusta
• the sun
• N. of Brahmā
• of Vishṇu
• of the god of love
• of a Buddha
• (ā), f. N. of one of the seven tongues of fire L.
• n. N. of a Varsha BhP.
-kalpa m. N. of wk
-garba-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
○pâṣṭaka-tantra n. a collective N. for eight Tantras (viz. the brāhmītantra, māheśvarī-t○, kaumārika-t○, vaiṣṇavii-t○, vārāhī-t○, indrāṇī-t○, cāmuṇḍā-t○, śiva-dūtī-t○) Cat.
⋙ bahurūpaka
○rūpaka mf(ikā)n. multiform, manifold MBh.
• m. a kind of animal L.
-śobhita, adorned in many ways, variously decorated MBh. (v. l. ○pâṅgaś○)
⋙ bahurūpin
○rūpin mfn. = -rūpaka mfn. BhP.
⋙ bahurekha
○rekha m. pl. many lines or wrinkles, marks of care or pain W.
⋙ bahuretas
○retas m. 'having much seed', N. of Brahmā L.
⋙ bahurai
○rai mfn. having great riches, very rich MW.
⋙ bahuroman
○roman m. 'having much hair or wool'
• a sheep L.
⋙ bahulavaṇa
○lavaṇa n. 'containing much salt'
• a soil impregnated with salt L.
⋙ bahuvaktavya
○vaktavya mfn. to be said much about Rājat.
⋙ bahuvacana
○vacana n. the pl. number, the case-endings and personal terminations in the pl. number ŚBr. &c
⋙ bahuvat
○vat ind. plurally, in the pl. number (e.g. api dvi-vad api bahu-vat, both in the dual and plural) Nir.
⋙ bahuvarṇa
○varṇa mfn. many-coloured (-tā f.) Suśr.
⋙ bahuvarta
○varta N. of a place ( See bāhuvartaka)
⋙ bahuvarṣasahasrika
○varṣa-sahasrika mfn. lasting many thousand years MBh.
⋙ bahuvarṣasahasrin
○varṣa-sahasrin mfn. id., many thousand years old ib.
⋙ bahuvalka
○valka m. 'having much bark', Buchanania Latifolia L.
⋙ bahuvalkala
○valkala m.id. Bhpr.
⋙ bahuvallī
○vallī f. Hoya Viridiflora L.
⋙ bahuvādin
○vādín mfn. talking much, garrulous, babbling VS.
⋙ bahuvāra
○vāra or m. Cordia Myxa Bhpr. (○ka-phata n. its fruit Kull.)
⋙ bahuvāraka
○vāraka m. Cordia Myxa Bhpr. (○ka-phata n. its fruit Kull.)
⋙ bahuvāram
○vāram ind. many times, often, Caur
⋙ bahuvārṣika
○vārṣika mf(ī)n. lasting many years, many years old R. Hcat.
⋙ bahuvi
○vi mfn. containing many birds Uṇ. iv, 133, Sch
⋙ bahuvikrama
○vikrama mfn. very powerful MW.
⋙ bahuvighna
○vighna mfn. presenting many obsticles or difficulties (-tā f.) Cāṇ.
⋙ bahuvid
○víd mfn. much-knowing, very learned TBr. ChUp.
⋙ bahuvidya
○vídya mfn. id. (-tā f.) Kāv.
⋙ bahuvidha
○vidha mf(ā)n. of many sorts or kinds, manifold, various MBh. Kāv. &c
• (am ind. diversely, in several directions, up and down R. Mṛicch. Pañcat.)
• m. N. of a prince VP.
⋙ bahuvistara
○vistara m. great extension Subh.
• (-yuktam ind. in all directions, everywhere R.)
• mf(ā) n. of wide extent, widely spread ib. (also ○tāra Ml.)
• manifold, various MBh. Hariv.
• very detailed (am ind.) R.
⋙ bahuvistīrṇa
○vistīrṇa mfn. widespread, widely diffused (-tā, f) Vcar.
• (ā), f. Abrus precatorius (a shrub bearing a small red and black berry and commonly called Kucai) L.
⋙ bahuvīja
○vīja See -bija
⋙ bahuvīrya
○vīrya mf(ā)n. very powerful or efficacious MBh.
• m. N. of various plants (Terminalia Bellerica
• Bombax Heptaphyllum &c.) L.
• (ā), f. Flacourtia Cataphracta L. [Page 726, Column 1]
⋙ bahuvyaya
○vyaya or mfn. spending much, prodigal L.
⋙ bahuvyayin
○vyayin mfn. spending much, prodigal L.
⋙ bahuvyāpin
○vyāpin mfn. far-spreading, extending wide Sāh.
⋙ bahuvyālaniṣevita
○vyāla-niṣevita mfn. infested or inhabited by many snakes or wild beasts MBh.
⋙ bahuvrīhi
○vrīhi mfn. possessing much rice
• m. a relative or adjective compound (in which, as in the word bahu-vrīhi itself [cf. tat-puruṣa], the last member loses its character of a substantive and together with the first member serves to qualify a noun) Pāṇ. 2-2, 23 ; 35 &c
-vat ind. like a Bahu-vrilhi or relative compound Pāṇ. 8-1, 9
⋙ bahuśakti
○śakti mfn. possessing great power
• m. N. of a prince Pañcat.
⋙ bahuśatru
○śatru mfn. having many enemies Kām. Hit.
• m. a sparrow L.
⋙ bahuśabda
○śabda m. the pl. number Lāṭy.
⋙ bahuśalya
○śalya m. a variety of Khadira with red blossoms L.
⋙ bahuśas
○śas See col. 2
⋙ bahuśasta
○śasta mfn. very excellent
• very right or good or happy MW.
⋙ bahuśākha
○śākha mf(ā)n., 'many-branched', having many branches or ramifications, multifarious, manifold TS. TBr.
• m. Euphorbia Antiquorum L. (-tva n.)
⋙ bahusākhin
○sākhin mfn. = prec. mfn. MBh. śāla m. Euphorbia Antiquorum
⋙ bahuśāstrajña
○śāstra-jña mfn. acquainted with many books or sciences MW.
⋙ bahuśikha
○śikha mfn. 'many-pointed'
• (ā), f. Commelina Salicifolia and another species L. (v. l. vahni-ś○)
⋙ bahuśubhāya
○śubhāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be or become a great blessing Śatr.
⋙ bahuśūnya
○śūnya mfn. very empty or void MW.
⋙ bahuśṛṅga
○śṛṅga mfn. many-horned L.
• m. N. of Vishṇu
⋙ bahuśruta
○śruta mfn. one who has studied much, very learned, well versed in the Vedas Mn. MBh. &c
• m. N. of a minister Siṃhâs.
⋙ bahuśruti
○śruti f. the occurrence of the pl. in a text, ŚrS.
⋙ bahuśrutīya
○śrutīya m. pl. 'having deep erudition', N. of a Buddhist school
⋙ bahuśreyasī
○śreyasī mfn. Pāṇ. 1-2, 48 Vārtt. 3 Pat,.
⋙ bahusaṃvatsara
○saṃvatsara n. a Soma sacrifice that lasts many years ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ bahusaṃkhyāka
○saṃkhyāka mfn. numerous Sāy.
⋙ bahusattva
○sattva mfn. abounding in animals MBh.
⋙ bahusatya
○satya m. N. of the tenth Muhūrta Var.
⋙ bahusadācāra
○sadācāra
mfn. Siddh. (cf. -samudā́cāra)
⋙ bahusadṛśa
○sadṛśa mfn. very similar, very fit or right Pañcat.
⋙ bahusaṃtati
○saṃtati mfn. having a numerous posterity or after-growth
• m. Bambusa Spinosa L.
⋙ bahusamudācāra
○samudācāra mfn. Pāṇ. 6-2, 176 Sch.
⋙ bahusampuṭa
○sampuṭa m. a species of bulbous √cf. L
⋙ bahusarpiṣ
○sarpiṣ mfn. prepared with much ghee Vishṇ.
⋙ bahusava
○sava mfn. offering many sacrifices or doing anything for many years BhP. Sch.
• containing many sacrifices or years ib.
⋙ bahusasya
○sasya mfn. rich in grain
• m. N. of a village Kathās.
⋙ bahusādhana
○sādhana mfn. possessing many resources (-tā f.) Śiś.
⋙ bahusādhāra
○sâdhāra mfn. having many supports Kathās. (cf. niḥ-sâdh○)
⋙ bahusādhāraṇa
○sādhāraṇa mfn. common to many MW.
⋙ bahusāmi
○sāmi N. of wk
⋙ bahusarā
○sarā́ mfn. containing much pith, pithy. substantial ŚBr.
• m. Acacia Catechu L.
⋙ bahusāhasra
○sāhasra mf(ā or ī)n. amounting to many thousands MBh. R.
• (a sacrifice) of which many thousands partake R.
• (ī) f. many thousands R. (B.)
⋙ bahusu
○su mfn. much-bearing, fertile
• m. a hog, boar
• (ū), f. a sow L.
⋙ bahusuta
○suta mfn. having a large progeny or after-growth
• (ā), f. Asparagus Racemosus L.
⋙ bahusuvarṇa
○suvarṇa mfn. rich in gold (-tā f.) Rājat.
⋙ bahusuvarṇaka
○suvarṇaka mfn. costing or possessing much gold R.
• m. N. of an Agrahāra on the Ganges Kathās.
• of a prince ib.
⋙ bahusū
○sū See -su
⋙ bahusūkta
○sū7kta mfn. consisting of many hymns, g. guṇâdi,
⋙ bahusūti
○sūti f. a female who has borne many children (also ○tikā) L.
-go f. a cow that calves often L.
⋙ bahusūvarī
○sūvarī f. bearing many children RV. ii, 32, 7
⋙ bahustavāvali
○stavâvali f. N. of a collection of hymns
⋙ bahuspṛś
○spṛś mfn. reaching to many, generally spread or diffused Śiś.
⋙ bahusvana
○svana mfn. 'much-sounding', making many sounds
• m. an owl L.
⋙ bahusvara
○svara mfn. many-syllabled, containing more than two syllables -tva n. TPrāt.
⋙ bahusvarṇalakṣamūlya
○svarṇa-lakṣa-mūlya mfn. worth many hundred thousand pieces of gold, Kāthās
⋙ bahusvāmika
○svāmika mfn. having many owners or proprietors MW.
⋙ bahuhastika
○hastíka mf(ā)n. rich in elephants TBr.
⋙ bahuhiraṇya
○hiraṇyá mf(ā)n. rich in gold ĀpŚr.
• m. N. of an Ekāha commonly called Dū-ṇāśa KātyŚr.
⋙ bahūdaka
bahū7daka (○hu-ud○), mfn. having much water R.
• m. a kind of mendicant who begs his food at bathing-places MBh.
⋙ bahūdana
bahū7dana (○hu-od○?), n. collection of various kinds of food (?) BhP.
⋙ bahūdita
bahū7dita (○hu-ud○), n. loquacity. L.
⋙ bahūrj
bahū7rj mfn. possessing much strength Pāṇ. 7-1, 72 Vārtt. 4 Pat.
≫ bahuka
bahuka mf(ā)n. bought at a high price, dearbought L.
• m. Calotropis Gigantea L.
• a crab L.
• a kind of gallinule L.
• the digger of a tank L.
≫ bahutaya
bahútaya mfn. manifold, various TS.
≫ bahutitha
bahutitha mfn. manifold, various, many, much MBh. Kāv. Pur. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 5 2)
bahutithe hani, on the 'manieth' day, during many days Nal. ix, 12 [Page 726, Column 2]
• (am), ind. much, greatly MBh.
≫ bahudhā
bahudhā́ ind. in many ways or parts or forms or directions, variously, manifoldly, much, repeatedly RV. &c. &c. (with √kṛ, to make manifold, multiply MBh.
• to make public, divulge ib.)
⋙ bahudhāgata
○gata mfn. gone in various directions, dispersed, scattered MW.
⋙ bahudhātmaka
○tmaka or mf(ikā)n. existing in various forms, manifold in essence R.
⋙ bahudhātmaka
bahudhâtmaka mf(ikā)n. existing in various forms, manifold in essence R.
≫ bahuramadhya
bahura-madhya mfn. (bahura = bahula+ m○) thick in the middle (said of the Soma juice during the process of fermentation) AitBr. (cf. Sāy.)
≫ bahula
bahulá mf(ā́)n. thick, dense, broad, wide, spacious, ample, large RV. &c. &c
• abundant, numerous, many, much ib. (am ind. often, frequently Nir. Prāt. Pāṇ.)
• accompanied by, attended with ChUp. Mn. MBh. &c
• (in gram.) variously applicable, comprehensive (as a rule)
• born under the Pleiades Pāṇ. 4-3, 33
• black L.
• m. (or n. ?) the dark half of a month MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. Agni or fire L.
• N. of a Prajā.pati VP.
• of a king of the Tāla-jaṅghas MBh.
• m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
• (ā), f. a cow L.
• cardamoms Bhpr.
• the indigo plant L.
• N. of the twelfth Kalā of the moon Cat.
• of a goddess Pur.
• of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
• of the wife of Uttama who was son of Uttāna-pāda MārkP.
• of the mother of a Samudra HPariś.
• of a mythical cow Col.
• of a river MBh.
• f. pl.= kṛttikās, the Pleiades Var. L.
• n. the sky L.
• factitious black salt L.
• white pepper L.
• a partic. high number Buddh.
⋙ bahulagandha
○gandha n. 'richly-scented', a kind of sandal wood Gal.
• (ā), f. cardamoms
⋙ bahulacchada
○cchada m. a redflowering Hyperanthera L.
⋙ bahulatara
○tara mfn. thicker, denser (dvi-gnṇo bahula-tarah, twice as thick) ŚBr.
⋙ bahulatā
○tā f. (cf. Suśr.) or (cf. MBh. &c.) muchness, multiplicity, abundance, numerousness
⋙ bahulatva
○tva n. (cf. MBh. &c.) muchness, multiplicity, abundance, numerousness
• the being rich in, abounding in (comp.)
• comprehensiveness
⋙ bahulatṛṇa
○tṛṇa mfn. rich in grass KātyŚr.
⋙ bahulaparṇa
○parṇa mfn. many-leaved ib.
⋙ bahulapalāśa
○palāśa mf(ā)n. id. ib.
⋙ bahulavarman
○varman mfn. enveloped in a thick covering ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ bahulabahulānta
○bahulânta mfn. 'thick at the end', having a thick sediment (as Soma juice
• cf. bahura-madhya) RV.
⋙ bahulabahulābhimāna
○bahulâbhimāna mfn. much-threatening, menacing (said of Indra) ib.
⋙ bahulabahulāyāsa
○bahulâyāsa mfn. involving much trouble Bhag.
⋙ bahulabahulālāpa
○bahulâlāpa 'mṭmuch-talking', talkative, garrulous, loquacious ŚārṅgP.
⋙ bahulabahulāviṣṭa
○bahulâviṣṭa mfn. thickly peopled, densely populated AitBr.
⋙ bahulabahulāśva
○bahulâśva m. 'having many horses', N. of a king Pur.
⋙ bahuletarapakṣa
bahulêtara-pakṣa m. du. the dark and the other (i. e. light) half of a month Var.
⋙ bahulaṣadika
báhula9ṣadika mfn. overgrown with herbs ĀśvGṛ.
≫ bahulaka
bahulaka incorrect for bāhulaka, q.v
≫ bahulikā
bahulikā f. pl. the Pleiades (= bahulās) L.
≫ bahulita
bahulita mfn. augmented, increased Śiś.
≫ bahulī
bahulī in comp. for bahula
⋙ bahulīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. multiplying, magnifying W.
• winnowing (for phalīkaraṇa?) ib.
⋙ bahulīkariṣṇu
○kariṣṇu mfn. striving or endeavouring to increase BhP.
⋙ bahulīkāra
○kāra m. great zeal or care for Lalit.
⋙ bahulīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made much or manifold or wide, extended, increased, augmented, aggrandized MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• made much of, much practised or cared for Prab.
• made public, promulgated Śak. MBh. Prab.
• distracted MBh. Hariv.
• threshed, winnowed (for phalī-kṛta?) L.
⋙ bahulībhāva
○bhāva m. the becoming wide-spread, public, general notoriety Kathās.
⋙ bahulībhū
○bhū P. -bhavati, to be come widespread, spread, increase (intrans.) Kāv. Pañcat.
• to become public or known Ragh.
⋙ bahulībhūta
○bhūta mfn. become spread or public or known Śak.
≫ bahuśas
bahuśás ind. manifoldly, repeatedly, much, often TS. &c. &c
≫ bahv
bahv in comp. for bahu
⋙ bahvakṣara
○akṣara mfn. many-syllabled, polysyllabic RPrāt.
-tva n. polysyllableness ĀpŚr. Sch.
○rântya mfn. being at the end of a polysyllabic word MW.
⋙ bahvagni
○agni mf(ī)n. N. of partic. verses in which various Agnis are mentioned ŚāṅkhBr.
⋙ bahvac
○ac or mfn. (in gram.) having several vowels, polysyllabic
⋙ bahvacka
○ac-ka mfn. (in gram.) having several vowels, polysyllabic
⋙ bahvajavika
○ajaviká mf(ā́)n. having many goats and sheep TBr.
⋙ bahvadhyayana
○adhyayana (cf. Siddh.),
⋙ bahvadhyāya
○adhyāya mfn. consisting of many chapters, g. guṇâdi
⋙ bahvanartha
○anartha mfn. attended with many evils MW.
⋙ bahvanna
○anná mfn. rich in food RV. ŚBr.
⋙ bahvap
○ap or mfn. containing much water, watery Uṇ. ii, 58, Sch
⋙ bahvapa
○apa mfn. containing much water, watery Uṇ. ii, 58, Sch
⋙ bahvapatya
○apatya mfn. having a numerous progeny
• (in astrol.) promising or foretelling a numerous prṭprogeny
• m. a hog or a mouse L.
• (ā), f. a cow that has often calved W. =
⋙ bahvapāya
○apâya mfn. attended with many dangers Pañcat. [Page 726, Column 3]
⋙ bahvabaddhapralāpin
○abaddha-pralāpin mfn. talking much that is unmeaning MW.
⋙ bahvabhidhāna
○abhidhāna n. the pl. number RPrāt.
⋙ bahvamitra
○amitra mfn. having many enemies Kām.
⋙ bahvartha
○artha mfn. having much meaning or import, important L.
• having many meanings or objects L.
⋙ bahvarha
○árhá mfn. extremely precious MaitrS.
⋙ bahvavarodha
○avarodha mfn. having many wives Daś.
⋙ bahvasva
○asvá mf(ā́)n. having many horses TBr.
• m. N. of a son of Mudgala VP.
⋙ bahvājya
○ājya mfn. abounding in ghee ĀpŚr.
⋙ bahvādin
○ādin mfn. eating much, a great eater Nir.
⋙ bahvāsin
○āsin mfn. id. (-tva n.) Cāṇ.
• m. N. of one of the sons of Dhṛitarāshṭra MBh.
⋙ bahvāścarya
○āścarya mfn. containing many wonderful objects MBh.
-maya mf(ī)n. id. Kathās.
⋙ bahvāśrayā
○āśrayā f. N. of a Kiṃ-narī Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ bahvīsvara
○īsvara N. of a sacred place on the bank of the Revā or Narmadā river
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ bahvṛc
○ṛc mfn. 'many-versed', containing many verses Siddh.
• f. a N. of the Rigveda or of a Śākhā of the RV. Col.
⋙ bahvṛca
○ṛca mf(ā)n. id. BhP.
• m. (ī f.) one conversaut with the Ṛigveda, a priest of it or the Hotṛi priest who represents it in the sacrificial ceremonies Br. &c. &c
-kārikā f. pl., -grihya-kārikā f. pl., -gṛhya-pariśisthṭa n. -paddhati f. -brāhmaṇa (= aitareya-br○), n. -śrāddha-prayoga m. -ṣoḍaśa-karma-mantravivaraṇa n. -saṃdhyā-bhāṣya n. ○câhnika n. ○kôpaniṣad (= aitareyâp○), f. N. of wks
⋙ bahvenas
○enas mfn. very sinful Mn.xi, 234
⋙ bahvauṣadhika
○auṣadhika mfn. abounding in herbs ŚāṅkhGṛ. (prob. wṛ. for oṣ○)
bahanaka
bahanaka m. pl. N. of a people VP.
bahādura
bahādura See bāhādura
bahiṣka
bahiṣka wṛ. for barhiṣka
bahis
bahís ind. (the final s is changed before k and p into
cf. Pāṇ. 8-3, 41) out, forth, outwards, outside (a house, village, city, kingdom &c
• also with abl. or ifc. = out of, apart from, except, beside) Br. &c. &c. (with √kṛ, to place outside, expel, banish, exclude
• with √bhū, to come forth
• with √gam, or , to go out &c
comp.)
⋙ bahistanva
○tanva mfn. one whose limbs extend over the body (of the fire-altar), Śulbas.
⋙ bahistapas
○tapas n. outward penance, Yogaś
≫ bahiḥ
bahiḥ in comp. for bahís
⋙ bahiḥśālā
○śālā f. an outer hall GṛS.
⋙ bahiḥśīta
○śīta mfn. cool or cooling on the outside Suśr.
⋙ bahiḥśri
○śri (○híh-), ind. said of a partic. pronunciation ŚBr.
⋙ bahiḥsaṃstha
○saṃstha mfn. lying or situated outside (the town) Kathās.
⋙ bahiḥsad
○sád mfn. one who sits outside (said of a person held in low esteem) TBr.
⋙ bahiḥsadas
○sadas or ind. outside the Sadas, ŚrS
⋙ bahiḥsadasam
○sadasam ind. outside the Sadas, ŚrS
⋙ bahiḥsaṃdhya
○saṃdhya mfn. one who performs his morning and evening prayers outside (the village) Gaut. (-tva n.)
⋙ bahiḥstomabhāgam
○stoma-bhāgám ind. outside the bricks called Stoma-bhāgā ŚBr.
⋙ bahiḥstha
○stha
⋙ bahiḥsthyin
○sthyin
⋙ bahiḥsthita
○sthita mfn. being outside, external, outer MW.
≫ bahir
bahir in comp. for bahís
⋙ bahiraṅga
○aṅga mfn. relating to the exterior, external, unessential (opp. to
antaraṅga). Śaṃk. Pāṇ. Sch. (-tā, f
tva n.)
• m. an external part, outer limb or member, property, &c., W
• a stranger, indifferent person ib.
• the preliminary part of a religious ceremony MW.
⋙ bahirante
○ante ind. externally and internally ib.
⋙ bahirargala
○argala (only ifc., f. ī), an outer bolt or bar Kathās.
⋙ bahirartha
○artha m. an external object BhP.
⋙ bahirātmam
○ātmám ind. outside one's own person, away from one's self. MaitrS.
⋙ bahirindriya
○indriya n. an outer organ, organ of sense or perception (as the eye) or of action (as the hand) W.
⋙ bahirgata
○gata mfn. gone out or forth, externally manifested R. Kathās.
-tva n. Mṛicch. Sch.
⋙ bahirgamana
○gamana n. the act of going out or forth W.
⋙ bahirgāmin
○gāmin mfn. going out or forth MW.
⋙ bahirgira
○gira m. pl. N. of a people MārkP. (cf. next)
⋙ bahirgiri
○giri m. a country situated on the other side of a mountain MBh.
• pl. the inhabitants of that country ib. (also ○girya pl. ib.)
⋙ bahirgīta
○gīta n. a song accompanied by a stringed instrument L.
⋙ bahirgeham
○geham ind. outside the house, abroad ib.
⋙ bahirgrāmam
○grāmam ind. outside the village Pāṇ. 2-1, 12 Sch.
○ma-pratiśraya mfn. living outside the village Mn. x, 36
⋙ bahirjānu
○jānu ind. so that the hands are outside (not between) the knees Hcat.
⋙ bahirṇidhana
○ṇidhana wṛ. for -nidh○, q.v
⋙ bahirdṛś
○dṛś mfn. seeing only what is outside, superficial (in judgment) Śak. Sch.
⋙ bahirdeśa
○deśa m. a foreign country W.
• a place without a town or village ib.
⋙ bahirdvāra
○dvāra n. an outer gate or the space outside a door or gate MBh. Kathās.
-prakaṣṭhaka n. a portico, a covered terrace in front of the door of a house W.
⋙ bahirdvārin
○dvārin mfn. being out-of-doors Nār.
⋙ bahirdhā
○dhā́ ind. out, outward, outside of or away from (abl.) VS. Br. ChUp. [Page 727, Column 1]
-bhāva m. the being outward or external KātyŚr.
⋙ bahirdhvajā
○dhvajā f. N. of Durgā L.
⋙ bahirniḥsāraṇa
○niḥsāraṇa n. taking out, removal Pāṇ. 5-4, 62 Sch.
⋙ bahirnidhana
○nidhana n. the singing of a finale outside or apart TāṇḍBr.
⋙ bahirnirgamana
○nirgamana n. going out of (abl.) Cat.
⋙ bahirnyāsasūtra
○nyāsa-sūtra n. N. of wk
⋙ bahirbhava
○bhava mfn. being outside, external (opp. to antar-ja) L.
⋙ bahirbhavana
○bhavana n. the being outside, coming forth, emanation MW.
⋙ bahirbhāga
○bhāga m. the outer side or part, exterior KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ bahirbhāva
○bhāva m. the being outside (abl.) ib.
⋙ bahirbhūta
○bhūta mfn. being out, expelled or excluded from (ifc.) Pāṇ. 3-1, 119 Sch.
• expired (as a period of time) MW.
• inattentive, careless ib.
⋙ bahirmaṇḍalastha
○maṇḍala-stha mf(ā)n. standing outside a circle ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ bahirmanas
○manas mfn. being outside the mind, external Sarvad.
⋙ bahirmanaska
○manaska mfn. out of mind Divyâv.
⋙ bahirmatṛkā
○matṛkā f. N. of wk
⋙ bahirmukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. coming out of the mouth (opp. to antarm○) L.
• (ifc.) one who turn his face away, indifferent to (○khī-√bhū, to turn away from) Śaṃk. (also with loc. Divyâv.)
• one who has his mind directed to external things Śaṃk.
• m. a deity (prob. wṛ. for barhir-m○), L
⋙ bahirmudra
○mudra m. (?) N. of a form of devotion (opp. to antar-m○) Cat.
⋙ bahiryāgapujā
○yāgapujā f
⋙ bahiryāgaratna
○yāga-ratna n. N. of wks
⋙ bahiryātrā
○yātrā f. (cf. R.),
⋙ bahiryāna
○yāna n. (cf. Mṛicch.) going or driving out, excursion
⋙ bahiryūti
○yūti mfn. placed or fastened outside Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ bahiryoga
○yoga m. relation to 'outside', sense or meaning of' bahis, outside' Pāṇ. 1-1, 36
• external meditation (cf. antar-y○) Cat.
• N. of a man (pl. his descendants), g. yaskâdi
⋙ bahiryoni
○yoní ind. outside the fire-place ŚBr.
⋙ bahirlamba
○lamba mfn. obtuse-angular
• (ā), f. an obtuse-angular triangle Col.
⋙ bahirlāpikā
○lāpikā f. a kind of enigma (not containing a solution
• opp. to antar-l○) L.
⋙ bahirloma
○loma (○hír-), mfn. having the hair turned outwards MaitrS.
⋙ bahirloman
○loman mfn. id. Āpast.
⋙ bahirvartin
○vartin mfn. being on the outside L.
⋙ bahirvāsas
○vāsas n. an outer or upper garment (cf. a-bahirv○)
⋙ bahirvikāra
○vikāra m. 'outward change or disfigurement, syphilis L.
• mfn. (in Sāṃkhya) external to the Vikāras, free from change MW. (cf. IW. 83)
am ind. Śiś. i, 33
⋙ bahirvṛtti
○vṛtti f. occupation with external objects Kathās.
⋙ bahirvedi
○vedi f. the space outside the Vedi or sacrificial altar MBh. MārkP.
• (ī), ind. outside the sacrificial altar MaitrS. Br. MBh. &c
⋙ bahirvedika
○vedika mfn. being or taking place outside the Vedi ( See prec.) Kull.
⋙ bahirvyasana
○vyasana n. external vice, licentiousness, immorality L.
○nin mfn. immoral, dissolute L.
≫ bahiś
bahiś in comp. for bahis
⋙ bahiścara
○cara mfn. going out, moving or appearing outside, external MBh.
• (with prâṇa m. or hṛdaya n. another life or heart outside one's self dear as one's own life or heart ib. Hariv. Kathās. &c.)
• m. 'crawling out of its shell', a crab L.
• an external spy MBh.
≫ bahiṣ
bahiṣ in comp. for bahis
⋙ bahiṣkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. expulsion, exclusion from (abl.) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-4, 10
• an external organ (opp. to antaḥ-k○) Kām.
⋙ bahiṣkarman
○karman n. a sacred rite performed outside the sacrificial place ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ bahiṣkāra
○kāra m. expulsion, removal L.
⋙ bahiṣkārya
○kārya mfn. to be removed or excluded from (abl.) Mn. ii, 11 ; 103
⋙ bahiṣkuṭīcara
○kuṭī-cara m. a crab (cf. bahiś-cara)
⋙ bahiṣkṛta
○kṛta mfn. turned out, expelled or excluded from, rejected or abandoned by (abl. or comp.) Mn. MBh. &c
• shut off by = dwelling beyond (instr.) MBh.
• restraining or free from, deprived or destitute of (comp.) MBh. Kathās. Rājat.
• become apparent, embodied, manifest Kathās.
⋙ bahiṣkṛti
○kṛti f. = -kāra L.
⋙ bahiṣkratu
○kratu ind. outside or apart from the sacrifice ĀpŚr. Sch.
⋙ bahiṣkriya
○kriya mfn. excluded from sacred rites MārkP.
⋙ bahiṣkriyā
○kriyā f. an outer act external rite or ceremony MBh.
⋙ bahiṣtva
○tva n. outwardness, the being external Pat.
⋙ bahiṣpaṭa
○paṭa m. = -vāsas Cat.
⋙ bahiṣpatnīsaṃyāja
○patnī-saṃyāja n. being outside the Patnī-saṃyāja (s.v.) Lāṭy. (-tva n.)
⋙ bahiṣpatham
○pathám ind. outside the road MaitrS.
⋙ bahiṣparidhi
○paridhí ind. outside the enclosure TS. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
⋙ bahiṣpavsmāna
○pavsmāná m. N. of a Stoma or Stotra (generally consisting of 3 Tricas and sung outside the Vedi during the morning libation) TS. Br. ŚrS. ChUp.
• (ī), f. (scil. stotriyā i.e. ṛc) its single verses PañcavBr.
○nâstāva m. the place where the Bahish Stotra is sung ĀpŚr.
⋙ bahiṣpavitra
○pavitrá mfn. destitute of or wanting the Pavitra (s.v.) Śr.
⋙ bahiṣpiṇḍa
○piṇḍa mfn. having the knots outside KātyŚr.
⋙ bahiṣprajña
○prajña mfn. one whose knowledge is directed towards external objects Up.
⋙ bahiṣprākāra
○prākāra m. an outer wall or rampart MBh.
⋙ bahiṣprāṇa
○prâṇa m. external breath or life, anything near the heart or as dear as life R.
• money BhP. [Page 727, Column 2]
• (○híṣ-), mfn. one whose breath or life is outside TS.
≫ bahiṣṭāt
bahíṣṭāt ind. outside TS. Br.
⋙ bahiṣṭājjyotis
bahíṣḍṭāj-jyotis n. N. of a Trishṭubh the last Pāda of which contains 8 syllables RPrāt.
⋙ bahiṣṭādviśasana
bahíṣḍṭād-viśasana n. (a hide) the flesh-side of which is turned outwards ĀpŚr.
≫ bahī
bahī in comp. before r for bahis
⋙ bahīrajju
○rajju ind. outside a rope KātyŚr.
bahīnara
bahīnara m. (also written vah○) N. of a man MBh. BhP.
bahu
bahu &c. See p. 724
bahutalavaśā
bahutalavaśā f. Iris Pseudacorus L.
bahurada
bahurada m. pl. N. of a people (vḷ. for bāhubādha) VP.
baheṭaka
baheṭaka mṬerminalia Belrica L.
bahrāmakhāna
bahrāmakhāna m. = ?
bahli
bahli bahlika, bahlīka, v. l. for balhi &c., q.v
bāka
bāka n. (fr. baka) a multitude of cranes Pāṇ. 4-2, 37 Sch.
≫ bākarukā
bākarukā f. a kind of crane L.
≫ bākāyana
bākāyana m. patr. fr. baka (also pl.) Saṃskārak. (cf. g. naḍâdi)
bākura
bākurá m. (fr. bákura), with dṛti (perhaps) a kind of bag-pipe RV. ix, 1, 8
bākula
bākula mfn. relating to or coming from the Bakula tree Suśr.
• n. the fruit of the Bakula tree L.
bājabahāduracandra
bāja-bahādura-candra m. N. of a son of Nila-candra and patron of Anantadeva Cat. (cf. bāhādura)
bāḍ
bāḍ (vād Vop.), cl. 1. Ā. bāḍate, to bathe, dive Dhātup. viii, 34
≫ bāḍita
bāḍita mfn. sunk Divyâv.
bāḍaba
bāḍaba See vāḍaba
bāḍabhīkara
bāḍabhīkara m. N. of a grammarian TPrāt.
bāḍīra
bāḍīra m. a hired labourer L.
bāḍeyīputra
bā́ḍeyī-pútra m. N. of a teacher ŚBr.
bāḍha
bāḍhá or bāḻhá mfn. (√baṃh
Pān. v, 63) strong, mighty (only ibc. and in bāhé ind.), loudly, strongly, mightily RV.
• (bāḍham or vāḍham), ind. assuredly, certainly, indeed, really, by all means, so be it, yes (generally used as a particle of consent, affirmation or confirmation) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ bāḍhavikrama
○vikrama mfn. of excessive prowess, very powerful or strong W.
⋙ bāḍhasṛtvan
○sṛ́tvan mfn. striding mightily along RV. i, 122, 10
bāṇa
bāṇá or vāṇá (RV.), bā́ṇa (AV.
• later more usually vāṇa, q.v.), m. a reed-shaft, shaft made of a reed, an arrow RV. &c. &c
• N. of the number five (from the 5 arrows of Kāma-deva
• cf. pañca-b○) Sūryas. Sāh.
• the versed sine of an arc Gaṇit.
• a mark for arrows, aim BhP.
• a partic. part of an arrow L.
• Saccharum Sara or a similar species of reed Bhpr.
• the udder of a cow (vāṇá RV. iv, 24, 9) L.
• music (for vāṇá) AV. x, 2, 17 = kevala,
• N. of an Asura (a, son of Bali, an enemy of Vishṇu and favourite of Śiva) MBh. Pur.
• of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.
• of a king Hariv.
• (also -bhaṭṭa) of a poet (the author of the Kādambarī, of the Harsha-carita, and perhaps of the Ratnâvalī) Cat.
• of a man of low origin Rājat.
• m. (Śiś.) or (ā), f. (L.) a blue-flowering Barleria
• (ā), f. the hind part or feathered end of an arrow L.
• n. the flower of Barleria Kir. Śiś.
• the body PraśnUp.
⋙ bāṇagaṅgā
○gaṅgā f. 'arrow Ganges', N. of a river flowing past Somêśa (and said to have been produced by Rāvaṇa by cleaving a mountain with an arrow) VarP.
⋙ bāṇagocara
○gocara m. the range of an arrow MBh. Mālatīm.
⋙ bāṇajit
○jit m. 'conqueror of the Asura Bāṇa', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ bāṇatā
○tā f. the being an arrow Kum.
⋙ bāṇatūṇa
○tūṇa m. arrow-quiver', 'a quiver
○ṇī-kṛta mfn. made into a quiver Kathās.
⋙ bāṇadhi
○dhi m. 'arrow-receptacle', a quiver MBh.
⋙ bāṇanāśā
○nāśā f. N. of a river Cat.
⋙ bāṇanikṛta
○nikṛta mfn. pierced or wounded by an arrow W.
⋙ bāṇapañcānana
○pañcânana m. N. of a Poet Cat.
⋙ bāṇapatha
○patha m. arrow-path, a bow-shot
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○thâtī7ta mfn. passed beyond the range of an arrow Vikr.
⋙ bāṇaparṇi
○parṇi f. N. of a plant Kauś.
⋙ bāṇapāṇi
○pāṇi mfn. 'arrow-handed', armed with arrows W.
⋙ bāṇapāta
○pāta m. 'arrow-fall', the range of an arrow
-vartin mfn. being within the range of an arrow Śak. (v. l. -patha-v○)
⋙ bāṇapuṅkhā
○puṅkhā f. the feathered end of an arrow MW.
• N. of a plant resembling the Indigo plant L.
⋙ bāṇapur
○pur f. or the capital of the Asura Bāṇa L.
⋙ bāṇapura
○pura n. the capital of the Asura Bāṇa L.
⋙ bāṇabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of the author Bāṇa Cat.
⋙ bāṇamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of arrows, arrowy MBh.
⋙ bāṇamukti
○mukti f. or discharge of an arrow L.
⋙ bāṇamokṣaṇa
○mokṣaṇa n. discharge of an arrow L.
⋙ bāṇamukha
○mukha (bā́ṇa-), mfn. having arrow in the mouth Suparṇ.
⋙ bāṇayojana
○yojana n. 'arrow-union', a quiver Pañcat.
⋙ bāṇarekhā
○rekhā f. 'arrow-line', a long wound made by an arrow R.
⋙ bāṇaliṅga
○liṅga n. a white stone found in the Narmadā river and worshipped as the Liṅga of Śiva RTL.69
⋙ bāṇavat
○vat (bā́ṇa-), mfn. 'made of or containing reed', an arrow ŚBr. ŚrS.
• a quiver VS. ŚBr.
⋙ bāṇavarṣaṇa
○varṣaṇa n
⋙ bāṇavṛṣṭi
○vṛṣṭi f. a shower of arrows or darts MW.
⋙ bāṇavarṣin
○varṣin mfn. showering arrows Ragh.
⋙ bāṇavāra
○vāra m. a multitude of arrow L.
• n. a breastplate, armour ib.
⋙ bāṇasaṃdhāna
○saṃdhāna n. the fitting of an arrow to the bow-string Śak.
⋙ bāṇasiddhi
○siddhi f. the hitting of a mark by an arrow Kām.
⋙ bāṇaśutā
○śutā f. 'daughter of Bāṇa', N. of Usha (the wife of Aniruddha) L.
⋙ bāṇahan
○han m. 'slayer of Bāṇa', name of Vishṇu L.
⋙ bāṇāparnī
bāṇāparnī wṛ. for ○Na-p○, q.v
⋙ bāṇābhyāsa
bāṇâbhyāsa m. 'arrow-throwing', archery L.
⋙ bāṇāri
bāṇâri m. 'enemy of Bāṇa', id. L.
⋙ bāṇāvali
bāṇâvali f. a series of 5 Ślokas (containing only one sentence) Kāvyâd. Sch.
⋙ bāṇāśraya
bāṇâśraya m. 'arrow-receptacle', a quiver L.
⋙ bāṇāsana
bāṇâsana n. 'arrow-discharger', a bow Śak.
• a bow-string L.
○nī-√kṛ, to make into a bow Hariv.
⋙ bāṇāsura
bāṇâsura m. the Asura Bāṇa
-vadha and -vijaya. m. the killing and conquering of the Asura Bāṇa, N. of wks
⋙ bāṇeśvara
bāṇêśvara m. N. of a Liṅga (prob. = bāṇa-l○) Cat.
• N. of sev. authors ib.
≫ bāṇin
bāṇin mfn. having an arrow or arrows MBh. R.
≫ bāṇeya
bāṇeya m. an adherent of the Asura Bāṇa Hariv.
bāṇi
bāṇi ○ṇī, See vāṇi, ○ṇī
bāṇija
bāṇija ○jya, See vāṇija, ○jya
bādakṣāna
bādakṣāna = Bādakshān Bhpr. (vḷ. bad○)
bādara
bādara mf(ī)n. (fr. badara) belonging to or derived from the jujube tree Suśr.
• made of cotton L.
• coarse (opp. to sūkṣma) Śīl.
• m. or (ā), f. the cotton shrub L.
• m.pl. N. of a people Var.
• n. the jujube (= badara) Suśr.
• the berry of Abrus Precatorius or the plant itself. L.
• silk L.
• water L.
• a conch shell which winds from left to right L. = vāra (N. of a plant or wṛ. for vāri?) L.
≫ bādarāyaṇa
bādarāyaṇa m. (patr. fr. badara
g. naḍâdi) N. of sev. teachers and authors (esp. of a sage identified with Vyāsa, said to be the author of the Vedânta-sūtras
• of an astronomer
• of the author of a Dharma-śāstra &c. ) IW. 106 &c
• mfn. written or composed by BādṭBādarāyaṇa Cat.
⋙ bādarāyaṇapraśna
○praśna m. N. of an astrol. wk
⋙ bādarāyaṇasūtra
○sūtra n. N. of the Vedânta-sṭsūtras
≫ bādarāyaṇi
bādarāyaṇi m. (patr. fr. prec.) N. of Śuka Cat.
• = badarāyaṇa ib.
≫ bādari
bādari m. (patr. fr. badara) N. of a philosopher Bādar.
≫ bādarika
bādarika mfn. one who gathers the fruit of the jujube tree Pāṇ. 4-4, 32 Sch.
bādāma
bādāma m. an almond-tree, Pers
bādh
bādh cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. ii, 4) bādhaté, ep. and m. c. also P. ○ti (pf. babādhé RV.
• aor. bādhiṣṭa ib., bādhiṣṭām TĀr.
• fut. bādhiṣyate, ○ti MBh. &c., bādhitā Gr
• inf. bā́dhe RV., bādhitum MBh.
• ind. p. bādhitvā, See s.v., bā́dhya RV.), to press, force, drive away, repel, remove RV. &c. &c
• (with várīyas) to force asunder RV. x, 113, 5
• to harass, pain, trouble, grieve, vex RV. &c. &c
• to resist, oppose, check, stop, prevent MBh. Kāv. &c
• to set aside (as a rule), annul, invalidate Pāṇ. Sch. Nīlak. &c
• to suffer annoyance or oppression TS.: Pass. bādhyate, to be pressed &c
• to be acted upon, suffer Pañcat.: Caus. bādhayati (aor. ababādhat Pāṇ. 7-4, 2), to oppress, harass, attack, trouble, vex R. Bhaṭṭ.: Desid. bibādhiṣate, to wish to remove or chase away ĀpŚr. Sch.
bhatsate, to feel an aversion for, loathe, shrink from (abl.) Br. ŚrS. &c. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 6) Intens. bābadhe ( See pra-√bādh)
badbodhé, to press hard, hem in, confine RV.
• pr. p. badbadhāná, striking, knocking against (acc.) RV. vii, 69, 1 [Page 728, Column 1]
• hemmed in, pent up, i, 52, 10 &c. [Cf. √vadh, also for kindred words.]
≫ bādha 1
bādhá m. a harasser, tormentor Hariv.
• annoyance, molestation, affliction, obstacle, distress, pain, trouble RV. &c. &c
• (also ā, f
• cf Vām. v, 2, 44) injury, detriment, hurt, damage MBh. Kāv. &c
• danger, jeopardy ( See prâṇa-)
• exclusion from (comp.) Pañcat.
• suspension, annulment (of a rule &c.) Sāh. Pāṇ. Sch. &c
• a contradiction, objection, absurdity, the being excluded by superior proof (in log., one of the 5 forms of fallacious middle term) Kap. Bhāshāp. &c
⋙ bādhacintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m
⋙ bādhatā
○tā f

bādhapūrvapakṣagranthakroḍa3bādhá--pūrva-pakṣa-grantha-kroḍa m

bādhapūrvapakṣagranthaṭīkā3bādhá--pūrva-pakṣa-granḍtha-ṭīkā f

bādhapūrvapakṣagranthaprakāśa3bādhá--pūrva-pakṣa-granḍtha-prakāśa m

bādhapūrvapakṣagranthavivecana3bādhá--pūrva-pakṣa-granḍtha-vivecana n

bādhapūrvapakṣagranthānugama3bādhá--pūrva-pakṣa-granḍthânugama m

bādhabuddhipratibadhyatāvāda3bādhá--buddhi-pratibadhyatâvāda m

bādhabuddhipratibadhyapratihandhakatāvicāra3bādhá--buddhi-pratibadhya-pratihandhakatā-vicāra m
⋙ bādhabuddhivāda
○buddhi-vāda m
⋙ bādhabuddhivādārtha
○buddhi-vādârtha m
⋙ bādhabuddhivicāra
○buddhi-vicāra m
⋙ bādharahasya
○rahasya n
⋙ bādhavāda
○vāda m
⋙ bādhavicāra
○vicāra m
⋙ bādhavibhājaka
○vibhājaka m. or n
⋙ bādhasiddhāntagranthaṭīkā
○siddhânta-grantha-ṭīkā f

bādhasiddhāntagranthakroḍa3bādhá--siddhânta-granḍtha-kroḍa m

bādhasiddhāntagranthaprakāśa3bādhá--siddhânta-granḍtha-prakāśa m

bādhasiddhāntagranthavivecana3bādhá--siddhânta-granḍtha-vivecana n

bādhasiddhāntagranthānugama3bādhá--siddhânta-granḍthānugama m. N. of wks
⋙ bādhānta
bādhânta m. N. of wk
≫ bādha 2
bā́dha m. (prob.) urging, impulse (cf. Naigh. ii, 9= bala Sāy. = bādhaka, bādhana) RV. vi, 11, 5 ; i, 61, 2 ; 132, 5 (?)
≫ bādhaka
bādhaka mf(ikā)n. oppressing, harassing, paining ( See śatru-b○)
• opposing, hindering, injuring, prejudicing MBh. Pur. (-tā f.)
• setting aside, suspending, annulling Śaṃk. Sarvad. (-tva n.)
• m. a partic. disease of women L.
• a kind of tree Gobh.
• mf(ī)n. belonging to or derived from the Bādhaka tree ṢaḍvBr. ŚrS.
⋙ bādhakamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. = prec. mfn. SāmavBr.
≫ bādhana
bādhana mfn. oppressing, harassing ( See śatrub○)
• opposing, refuting L.
• (ā), f. uneasiness, trouble, pain Nyāyas.
• n. opposition, resistance, oppression, molestation, affliction (also pl.) R. Śak.
• removing, suspending, annulment (of a rule &c.) Vedântas. Pāṇ. Sch.
≫ bādhanīya
bādhanīya mfn. to be removed, Nyāyam. Sch.
≫ bādhayitṛ
bādhayitṛ m. an injurer, opposer (○trī f.) Sāy.
≫ bādhita
bādhitá mfn. pressed, oppressed &c. RV. &c. &c
• (in gram.) set aside, annulled
• (in logic) contradictory, absurd, false, incompatible (cf. a-bādhita)
⋙ bādhitatva
○tva n. the being suspended or refuted or contradicted Vedântas.
≫ bādhitavya
bādhitavya mfn. to be pressed hard or harassed or pained MBh.
• to be suspended or annulled KātyŚr. Sch.
≫ bādhitṛ
bādhitṛ m. an oppressor, harasser, annoyer MBh. Bālar. Prab.
≫ bādhitvā
bādhitvā ind. having pressed hard or harassed MW.
• (in gram.) destroying or neutralizing the effect of a previous rule
≫ bādhin
bādhin mfn. (ifc.) injuring, impeding Jātakam.
≫ bādhya
bādhya mfn. to be (or being) pressed hard or harassed or distressed or pained or checked or suppressed, Kav. Kathās. Pur. &c
• to be (or being) set aside or suspended or annulled Vop.
⋙ bādhyatva
○tva n. the state of being set aside, suspension, annulment Kap.
⋙ bādhyabādhakatā
○bādhakatā f. the condition of oppressed and oppressor BhP.
• the condition of one who pains such as deserve to be pained ib.
⋙ bādhyaretas
○retas m. one whose generative fluid is obstructed, impotent Kull. on Mn. ix, 79
≫ bādhyamānatva
bādhyamāna-tva n. the condition of being suspended or set aside, suspension, annulment Nīlak.
bādhiraka
bādhiraka mfn. (fr. badhira), g. arīhaṇâdi
≫ bādhirika
bādhirika m. metron. fr. badhirikā g. śivâdi
≫ bādhirya
bādhirya n. deafness MBh. Suśr.
bādhūla
bādhūla m. N. of a family Cat.
⋙ bādhūlaśiṣya
○śiṣya m. N. of an author ib.
⋙ bādhūlasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of wk
bādhyoga
bā́dhyoga (cf. ŚBr.), bādhyauga (cf. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 7-3, 20), patr. fr. badhyoga
≫ bdhyaugāyana
bdhyaugāyana m. patr. fr. badhyoga g. haritâdi
bādhva
bādhva m. patr., N. of a Ṛishi AitĀr. (wṛ. bādhyā)
bāndhaki
bāndhaki m. patr. or metron., g. taulvaly-ādi
≫ bāndhakineya
bāndhakineya m. (fr. bandhakī) the son of an unmarried woman, a bastard L. (g. kalyāṇy-ādi)
≫ bāndhakeya
bāndhakeya m. id., g. śubhrâdi. [Page 728, Column 2]
bāndhava
bāndhava m. (fr. bandhu) a kinsman, relation (esp. maternal relation), friend (ifc. f. ā) Mn. MBh. &c
• a brother A.
• (ī), f. a female relative Kathās.
⋙ bāndhavajana
○jana m. relatives, kinsmen (collectively) Mṛicch. Pañcat.
⋙ bāndhavatā
○tā f. relationship Caṇḍ.
⋙ bāndhavadhurā
○dhurā f. a friendly turn, kindness, Mālātim. vii, 4 (= mitra-kṛtya Sch.)
≫ bāndhavaka
bāndhavaka mfn. belonging or relating to kinsmen, kindred Hariv.
≫ bāndhavya
bāndhavya n. connection by blood, relationship Kathās.
bāndhuka
bāndhuka mf(ī)n. belonging to or derived from the Bandhuka tree Kāṭh. (cf. ĀpŚr. māndhuka)
bāndhukineya
bāndhukineya m. metron. fr. bandhukī g. kalyāṇy-ādi
≫ bāndhukya
bāndhukya n. marriage Gal.
≫ bāndhupata
bāndhupata mf(ī)n., fr. bandhu-pati g. aśvapaty-ādi
bāpaṇṇabhaṭṭa
bāpaṇṇa-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.
bāpaya
bāpaya m. N. of Kāśī-nātha-bhaṭṭa, q.v
bāpubhaṭṭa
bāpu-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author (also called Ananta-bhaṭṭa) Cat.
bāpūdeva
bāpū-deva m. N. of an author Cat.
bāpyadeva
bāpya-deva m. N. of the writer of a partic. inscription Inscr.
bābakhānacaritra
bābakhāna-caritra n. N. of wk
bābara
bābara n. (fr. babara) N. of a Pañcarātra ĀśvŚr.
• of a place Cat.
bābujīvyāsa
bābujī-vyāsa m. N. of an author Cat.
bāberī
bāberī f. N. of a city Cat.
bābhrava
bā́bhrava mf(ī)n. belonging or relating to Babhru PañcavBr.
• m. patr. fr. bábhru ŚBr. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 106)
• (ī), f. N. of Durgā L.
• n. N. of various Simans ĀrshBr.
⋙ bābhravadānacyuta
○dāna-cyuta and m. pl., g. kārta-kaujapa
⋙ śālaṅkāyana
śālaṅkāyana (bā́bhr○), m. pl., g. kārta-kaujapa
≫ bābhravāyaṇi
bābhravāyaṇi m. (patr. fr. babhru) N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh.
≫ bābhravīya
bābhravīya mfn. relating or belonging to Bābhravya Cat.
• m. pl. his disciples ib.
≫ bābhravya
bābhravya m. N. of various authors and teachers (also with kauśika and pañcāla, and śāṇḍilá pl.) GṛS. Hariv. Cat. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 106)
• of other men Ratnâv. MārkP.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman L.
≫ bābhravyaka
bābhravyaka mfn. inhabited by Bābhravyas, g. rājanyâdi
≫ bābhravyāyaṇī
bābhravyāyaṇī f. of bābhravya g. lohitâdi
≫ bābhruka
bābhruka mfn. (fr. babhru) like an ichneumon i.e. (prob.) brown, brownish, g. aṅguly-ādi
bāyabhaṭṭa
bāya-bhaṭṭa in. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa and father of Advaita Cat.
bāra
bāra m. or n. (?) an opening, aperture ( See jihmá- and nīcī́na-b○)
bārahaṭa
bārahaṭa m. N. of Nara-hara-dāsa (the author of the Hindī work Avatāra-caritra or Caturviṃśaty-avatāra-caritra) Cat.
bārejya
bārejya N. of a town Cat.
bārḍhya
bārḍhya or vārḍhya n. fr. bṛḍha (vṛḍha), g. dṛḍhâdi
bārbara
bārbara mfn. born in the country of the barbarians, g. takṣaśīlâdi
≫ bārbaraka
bārbaraka mfn. (fr. barbara), g. dhūmâdi
bārbarīṭa
bārbarīṭa in. (only L.) the kernel of the mango fruit
• a young shoot
• tin
• the son of a harlot
bārha
bārha mfn. (fr. barha) made of the feathers of a peacock's tail BhP.
≫ bārhiṇalakṣmaṇa
bārhiṇa-lakṣmaṇa mfn. (prob.) wṛ. for barhiṇa-l○, q.v
bārhat
bārhat Vṛiddhi form of bṛhat in comp
⋙ bārhatsāmā
○sāmā f. (-sāman) N. of a woman AV.
≫ bārhata
bā́rhata mf(ī)n. relating to the Sāman Bṛihat VS. TS. Br. [Page 728, Column 3] ŚrS.
• relating to the metre Bṛihatī TS. RPrāt. &c
• m. pl. the Soma keepers RV. x, 85, 4 (cf. Sāy.)
• n. the fruit of the Bṛihatī (a variety of the Solanum)
≫ bārhataka
bārhataka m. N. of a man Mālav. i, 6/7 (wṛ. vāhataka)
≫ bārhatānuṣṭubha
bārhatānuṣṭubha mfn. consisting of a Bṛihatī and an Anushṭubh RPrāt.
≫ bārhad
bārhad in comp. for bārhat
⋙ bārhadagna
○agna m. pl. the descendants of Bṛihad-agni, g. kaṇvâdi
⋙ bārhadīṣava
○īṣava (m. c.), m. patr. fr. Bṛihad-ishu (also pl.) BhP.
⋙ bārhaduktha
○ukthá m. patr. fr. Bṛihad-uktha Br.
• n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ bārhadgira
○gira mf(ī)n. relating to Bṛihad-giri
• n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ bārhaddaivata
○daivata n. N. of wk. (= bṛhad-devatā and ascribed to Śaunaka) Ṣaḍguruś.
⋙ bārhadbala
○bala mf(ī)n. relating to Bṛihad-bala BhP.
⋙ bārhadratha
○ratha mf(ī)n. relating to Bṛihad-ratha MBh.
• m. patr. of Jarasaṃdha ib. Hariv.
• pl. (With bhū-pālāḥ) Pur.
⋙ bārhadrathi
○rathi m. pl. patr. of Jarā-saṃdha L.
≫ bārhas
bārhas Vṛiddhi form of bṛhas in comp
⋙ bārhaspata
○pata mf(ī)n. relating to or descended from Bṛihas-pati MBh. R.
⋙ bārhaspatya
○patyá mfn. id. AV. &c. &c. (with bha or nakṣatra, n. the constellation Pushya Sūryas.
• with māna n. 'Jupiter's measure', a method of reckoning time ib.)
• m. patr. fr. Bṛihas-pati (N. of Saṃyu, Agni, Tapur-mūrdhan, Bharad-vāja) TS. ŚBr. Nir. &c
• a pupil of Bharad BhP.
• an infidel, materialist ib. Hariv.
• n. the Artha-sāstra of Bharad, ethics morality Lalit.
• N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr.
-jyotiḥ-śāstra n. or ○tir-grantha m. -tantra n. -mahiman m. -muhūrta-vidhāna, ṇ., -saṃhitā f. -sūtra-ṭīkā f. -smṛti f. N. of wks
bārhavata
bārhavata mf(ī)n. containing the word barha-vat g. vimuktâdi
bārhiṣada
bārhiṣada or bārhiḥṣada m. patr. fr. barhi-ṣad or barhiḥ-ṣad (also pl.) BhP.
bāl
bā́l ind. onomat. an interjection imitating the sound of a falling body AV.
bāla
bāla mf(ā)n. (cf. vāla) young, childish, infantine, not full-grown or developed (of per. sons and things) GṛS. Up. Mn. MBh. &c
• newly risen, early (as the sun or its rays) Ragh.
• new or waxing (as the moon) ib. Kum.
• puerile, ignorant, simple, foolish Mn. Hariv. Kāv.
• pure (as an animal fit for sacrifice) L.
• m.a child, boy (esp. one under 5 years) Mn. MBh. &c
• (in law) a minor (minors are classified as kunāra, or boys under 5 years of age, śiśu under 8, pogaṇḍa from the 5th to the end of the 9th or till the 16th year, and kiśora from the 10th to the 16th year)
• a fool, simpleton Mn. Pañcat.
• any young animal L.
• a colt, foal L.
• a five years old elephant L.
• Cypriūs Denticulatus or Rohita L.
• N. of a Rakshas VP.
• of a prince Rājat.
• (ā), f. a female child, girl, young woman (esp. one under 16 years) Mn. MBh. &c
• a one year old cow L.
• small cardamoms L.
• Aloe Indica L.
• a kind of metre L.
• a partic. mystical prayer Cat.
• N. of the mother of Vālin and Su-griva (said to have been formed by Prajā-pati out of some dust which had fallen into his eyes) R.
• n. Andropogon Muricatus L.
• heat L.
⋙ bālakadalī
○kadalī f. a young plantain tree, Musa Sapientum Mṛicch.
⋙ bālakamalinī
○kamalinī f. a young lotus plant Mālatīm.
⋙ bālakavi
○kavi m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ bālakāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa m. 'the boy (Rāma) section', N. of the first book of the Ramāyaṇa (ādi-k○ in B.) and of the Adhyātma-rāmāyaṇa (s.v.)
⋙ bālakāvya
○kāvya n. N. of a poem
⋙ bālakunda
○kunda m. a young jasmine
○dânuviddha mfn. adorned with young jasmine blossoms Megh.
⋙ bālakṛṣṇa
○kṛṣṇa m. the boy Kṛishṇa or KṭKṛishṇa as a boy RTL. 136
• N. of a man also called Gaṅgā-dhara W.
• of various authors (also -dāsa, -dīkṣita, -bhaṭṭa and -miśra-) Cat.
-krīḍā-kāvya n. and campū f. N. of 2 poems
○ṇânanda m. N. of an author Cat.
○ṇâṣṭaka n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ bālakeli
○keli or f. child's play or amusement Daś.
⋙ bālakelī
○kelī f. child's play or amusement Daś.
⋙ bālakriyā
○kriyā f. doings or conduct of children MārkP.
⋙ bālakrīḍana
○krīḍana n. = -keli Kāv.
○naka n. id. Hariv.
• (pl.) N. of ch' of Vātsyāyana's Kāmasūtra
• m. a child's toy or plaything MBh.
• a bill L.
• N. of Śiva MBh.
• Cypraea Moneta L.
⋙ bālakrīḍā
○krīḍā f. = -keli Cat.
kāvya and -varṇana n. N. of wks
⋙ bālakhilya
○khilya See vāla-kh○
⋙ bālagaja
○gaja m. a young elephant BhP.
⋙ bālagaṇapatipūjā
○gaṇapati-pūjā f. N. of work
⋙ bālagarbhiṇī
○garbhiṇī f. a cow with calf for the first time L.
⋙ bālagādādharī
○gādā-dharī f. N. of wk. ( = tarka-saṃgrahadīpikā). [Page 729, Column 1]
⋙ bālagopāla
○gopāla m. Kṛishṇa as a youthful herdsman Pañcar.
• N. of an author (also ○lêndra Cat.)
-tīrtha m. N. of the teacher of Dhana-pati ib.
-yatī7dra m. N. of an author ib.
⋙ bālagovinda
○govinda m. N. of an author Cat. T
⋙ bālagaurītīrtha
○gaurī-tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place in Śrī-māla Cat.
⋙ bālagraha
○gráha m. 'seizer of children', a kind of demon (said to cause 9 kinds of possession) MBh. AgP. Suśr.
-pratiṣedha m. -yoga-śānti f. ○hôpaśamana n. N. of wks
⋙ bālaghna
○ghna m. a child-murderer Mn. xi, 190
⋙ bālacandra
○candra m. the young or waxing moon (also ○dra-mas) Kāv.
• n. a cavity of a partic. shape (made in a wall) Mṛicch.
⋙ bālacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of a woman Daś.
⋙ bālacarita
○carita or n. 'childish doings', N. of wks. or chs. of wks. treating of the youthful adventures of a deity, (esp.) of ch. of GaṇP.
⋙ bālacaritva
○cariḍtva n. 'childish doings', N. of wks. or chs. of wks. treating of the youthful adventures of a deity, (esp.) of ch. of GaṇP.
○ta-nāman n. N. of wk
⋙ bālacarya
○carya m. 'behaving like a child', N. of Skanda L.
• (ā), f. the behaviour of a child R.
⋙ bālacāturbhadrikā
○cāturbhadrikā f. a partic. mixture for children L.
⋙ bālacikitsā
○cikitsā f. 'treatment of child', N. of sev. medic. wks
⋙ bālacūta
○cūta m. a young mango tree Ragh.
⋙ bālajātaka
○jātaka n. child's nativity', N. of wk
⋙ bālajātaya
○jātaya mfn. childish, foolish, simple L.
⋙ bālatanaya
○tanaya m. a young son W.
• Acacia Catechu L.
⋙ bālatantra
○tantra n. midwifery L.
• N. of wk. on midwifery
⋙ bālataru
○taru m. a young tree Śak.
⋙ bālatā
○tā f. (cf. MBh.),
⋙ bālatva
○tva n. (cf. Kāv. Pur.) childhood, boyhood
⋙ bālatṛṇa
○tṛṇa n. young grass Kuval.
⋙ bāladarśam
○darśam ind. at the sight of a boy Kathās.
⋙ bāladalaka
○dalaka m. 'small-leafed', Acacia Catechu L.
⋙ bāladeva
○deva m. N. of a man Cat.
• patr. fr. bala-d○ Pat.
⋙ bāladhana
○dhana n. the property of a minor or infant Mn. viii, 147
⋙ bālanetra
○netra mf(ā)n. guided or steered by a fool (as a ship) MBh.
⋙ bālapaṇḍita
○paṇḍita m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ bālapattra
○pattra m. 'small-leafed', N. of a tree Kāv. (Hedysarum Alhagi or = next L.)
⋙ bālapattraka
○pattraka m. Acacia Catechu, L:
⋙ bālapāṭha
○pāṭha m. N. of wk
⋙ bālapādapa
○pādapa m.= -taru Śak.
⋙ bālapāśyā
○pāśyā f. a string of pearls or other ornament for the hair W.
⋙ bālaputra
○putra mf(ā)n. having children or young MBh. R.
⋙ bālaputraka
○putraka m. a little son Kathās.
⋙ bālapuṣpikā
○puṣpikā or f. Jasminum Auriculatum L.
⋙ bālapuṣpī
○puṣpī f. Jasminum Auriculatum L.
⋙ bālaprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ bālaprabodhikā
○prabodhikā and f. N. of wks
⋙ bālaprabodhinī
○praboḍdhinī f. N. of wks
⋙ bālapramathanī
○pramathanī f. a partic. Sakti Hcat.
⋙ bālabandhana
○bandhana m. 'child-binder', N. of a demon PārGṛ.
⋙ bālabuddhiprakāśinī
○buddhi-prakāśinī f. N. of wk
⋙ bālabodha
○bodha (and -saṃgraha), m. N. of Wks
⋙ bālabodhaka
○bodhaka m. instructing the young Cat.
• (ikā), f. N. of wk
⋙ bālabodhanī
○bodhanī f. N. of wk
-nyāsa m. and -bhāvaprakāśa m. N. of wks
⋙ bālabhañjaka
○bhañjaka m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ bālabhadraka
○bhadraka n. a kind of mineral poison (?) L.
⋙ bālabhārata
○bhārata n. 'the little Bharata' (opp. to the Mahā-bhṭbhārata or great Bharata), N. of a Kāvya, a Campū, and a drama (= pracaṇḍa-pāṇḍava)
⋙ bālabhāva
○bhāva m. state of a child, childhood, minority, infancy, youth Mn. viii, 118 (cf. Kull. 'inattention') MBh. &c
• children collectively Mālatīm.
• recent rise (of a planet) Kāv.

bālabhāṣāvyākaraṇasutravṛtti3bāla--bhāṣā-vyākaraṇa-sutra-vṛtti f
⋙ bālabhūṣā
○bhūṣā f. (and ○ṣā-sāra, m.), N. of wks
⋙ bālabhṛtya
○bhṛtya m. a servant from childhood Kathās.
⋙ bālabhairavīdīpadāna
○bhairavī-dīpa-dāna n. N. of wk
⋙ bālabhaiṣajya
○bhaiṣajya n. a kind of collyrium (= rasâñjana) L.
⋙ bālabhojya
○bhojya n. 'children's food', pease L.
⋙ bālamati
○mati mfn. of childish intellect MBh.
⋙ bālamanoramā
○manoramā f. 'pleasant to children', N. of sev. grammars
⋙ bālamandāravṛkṣa
○mandāra-vṛkṣa m. a young coral tree Megh.
⋙ bālamaraṇa
○maraṇa n. (with Jainas) a fool's manner of dying (12 in number, among which is suicide)
-vidhi-kartavyatā f. N. of wk
⋙ bālamallavenasiddhānta
○mallavena-siddhânta m. N. of wk
⋙ bālamitra
○mitra n. a friend from boyhood Mṛicch.
⋙ bālamukundācārya
○mukundâcārya m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ bālamūla
○mūla m. a young sadish L.
⋙ bālamūlaka
○mūlaka m. a species of plant Suśr.
• (ikā), f. Hibiscus Cannabinus Bhpr.
⋙ bālamūṣikā
○mūṣikā f. a small rat, mouse L.
⋙ bālamṛga
○mṛga m. a young deer, fawn R.
⋙ bālamriṇāla
○mriṇāla m. n. a tender filament or fibre of the lotus Bhartṛ.
⋙ bālambhaṭṭa
○m-bhaṭṭa m. N. of sev. men and authors Cat.
• mf(ī)n. written or composed by Bālam-bhaṭṭa ib.
ṭṭīya n. N. of wk
⋙ bālayajñopavītaka
○yajñôpavītaka n. the sacred thread worn across the breast L.
• a sort of substitute for the sacred thread worn by children (?) W. (cf. bālópaviita)
⋙ bālarakṣaṇa
○rakṣaṇa n. 'guarding children'
-vidhāna n. N. of wk
⋙ bālarakṣā
○rakṣā f. = -rakṣaṇa
-stava m. -stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ bālarañjinī
○rañjinī f. 'pleasing children', N. of an elementary grammar by Bāla-śāstrin
⋙ bālarāghavīya
○rāghavīya n. N. of a poem
⋙ bālarāja
○rāja n. (?) lapis lazuli W. (rf. bāla-sūrya)
⋙ bālarāmabharata
○rāma-bharata n. N. of a poem
⋙ bālarāmāyaṇa
○rāmāyaṇa n. 'the little Rāmāyaṇa', N. of a Nāṭaka by Rāja-śekhara (cf. mahārām○ and bāla-bhārata)
⋙ bālarūpa
○rūpa m. or n. (?) N. of an author or of a wk. [Page 729, Column 2]
-dhara m. 'bearing a boy's form', N. of Śiva MW.
-dhṛk mfn. having a boy's form, assuming the form of a dwarf. ib.
⋙ bālaroga
○roga m. disease of children Cat.
⋙ bālalatā
○latā f. a young creeper Ragh.
⋙ bālalīlā
○līlā f. = -keli BhP.
⋙ bālavatsa
○vatsa mf(ā)n. one whose child is still a boy MBh. R.
• m. a young calf. Ragh.
• 'child's favourite', a dove, pigeon W.
⋙ bālavanitā
○vanitā f. a young woman Hit.
⋙ bālavāhya
○vāhya m. 'ridden by children', a yṭyoung goat L.
⋙ bālavinaṣṭa
○vinaṣṭa or m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ bālavinaṣṭaka
○vinaṣḍṭaka m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ bālavinodinī
○vinodinī f
⋙ bālavivekinī
○vivekinī f. N. of wks
⋙ bālavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -taru Ragh.
⋙ bālavaidhavya
○vaidhavya n. child-widowhood, SārṅgP
⋙ bālavyākaraṇa
○vyākaraṇa n. 'a child's grṭgrammar', N. of a grammar. -vrata m. N. of the Buddhist saint Mañjuśrī L.
⋙ bālaśarman
○śarman m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ bālaśāstrin
○śāstrin m. N. of a grammarian and of a living writer Cat.
⋙ bālaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga mfn. having young (i.e. not yet full-grown) horns Hariv.
⋙ bālasakhi
○sakhi m.= -mitra Kathās.
• the friend of a fool (-tva n.) Subh.
⋙ bālasaṃjīvana
○saṃjīvana n. N. of ch. of GaṇP. ii
⋙ bālasaṃdhyā
○saṃdhyā f. early twilight, dawn L.
○dhyâbha mfn. 'dawn-like', of a purple colour MW.
⋙ bālasarasvatī
○sarasvatī m. N. of an author Cat.
○tīya n. (with or scil. kāvya) N. of wk
⋙ bālasātrnya
○sâtrnya n. suitable for children', milk L.
⋙ bālasārayantra
○sāra-yantra n. N. of wk
⋙ bālasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a man Inscr.
⋙ bālasuhṛd
○suhṛd m. = -mitra Kathās.
⋙ bālasūrya
○sūrya and n. lapis lazuli L.
⋙ bālasūryaka
○sūrḍyaka n. lapis lazuli L.
⋙ bālasthāna
○sthāna n. condition of a child, childhood, youth, inexperience MW.
⋙ bālahatyā
○hatyā f. child-murder ib.
⋙ bālahan
○han mf(ghnī)n. child-murdering BhP.
⋙ bālākalpa
bālā-kalpa m
⋙ bālākavaca
bālā-kavaca m. or n. N. of wks
⋙ bālāgra
bālâgra n. (vāl○?) a dove-cot Mṛicch. i, 50/51 (cf. Sch.)
⋙ bālācārya
bālâcārya m. N. of a teacher Cat.
⋙ bālātantra
bālā-tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ bālātapa
bālâtapa m. early heat of the sun, heat of the morning sun Mn. Kālid. (also pl.)
-rakta mfn. red with the morning sunbeams Ragh.

bālātripurasundarīpūjanaprayoga3bālā-tripura-sundarī-pūjana-prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ bālāditya
bālâditya m. the newly risen sun, morning sun MBh.
• N. of princes Rājat.
-vrata n. N. of wk. Bālā-dīkshita, m. N. of an author Cat. (cf. bāla-d○)
⋙ bālādhyāpaka
bālâdhyāpaka m. a teacher of boys (-tā f.), Rājaṭ
⋙ bālānucaragupta
bālânucara-gupta or m. N. of Śiva MBh.
⋙ bālānucaragopta
bālânucara-gopta m. N. of Śiva MBh.
⋙ bālāpañcaratna
bālā-pañcaratna n. N. of wk
⋙ bālāpatya
bālâpatya n. youthful progeny W.
⋙ bālāpaddhati
bālā-paddhati f. N. of wk
⋙ bālābhyāsa
bālâbhyāsa m. early application, study during childhood MW.
⋙ bālāmaya
bālâmaya m. a child's disease
-pratithedha m. N. of wk
⋙ bālāriṣṭa
bālâriṣṭa n. and N. of wks
⋙ bālāriṣṭādhyāya
bālâriṣḍṭâdhyāya m. N. of wks
⋙ bālāruṇa
bālâruṇa m. early dawn Kum.
• mfn. red like early dawn Ragh.
⋙ bālārka
bālârka m. the newly risen sun MBh.
-komala mfn. soft as the orient sun MW.
pratimā f. the image or reflection of the orient sun Ragh.
-varṇa mfn. coloured like the orient sun (said of Śiva) MBh.
○kāya Nom. (○yita mfn. ) to resemble the orient sun Subh.
⋙ bālārcāpaddhati
bālârcā-paddhati f
⋙ bālālokasaṃkṣepa
bālâloka-saṃkṣepa m. N. of wks
⋙ bālāvabodha
bālâvabodha m. instruction of the young (also ○dhana n. Pañcat.)
• N. of 2 wks
-paddhati f. N. of a Comm. on SāṅkhGṛ. bālāvarṇana n. N. of SārṅgP.xx
⋙ bālāvastha
bālâvastha mfn. being, in childhood, still young Vikr.
• (ā), f. childhood, youth MW.
⋙ bālāśoka
bālâśoka m. a young Aśoka tree Vikr.
⋙ bālāṣṭaka
bālāṣṭaka and n. N. of Stotras
⋙ bālāṣṭottaraśatanāmastotra
bālâṣṭôttara-śatanāma-stotra n. N. of Stotras
⋙ bālāsura
bālâsura m. N. of an Asura
-vadha m. N. of ch. of GaṇP. ii
⋙ bālāhatyā
bālā-hatyā f. the murdering of female children MW.
⋙ bālendu
bālêndu m. the new or waxing moon Kum.
⋙ bāleśvara
bālêśvara m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ bāleṣṭa
bālêṣṭa m. 'liked by children', a jujube tree L.
⋙ bālopacaraṇa
bālôpacaraṇa n. medical treatment of children (also ○cāra) Cat.
○ṇiya mfn. relating to it
• n. N. of ch. of wk. ib.
⋙ bālopaniṣad
bālôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ bālopavīta
bālôpavīta n. = bāla-yajñópaviitaka, a cloth covering the privities W.
≫ bālaka
bālaka mf(ikā)n. young, childish, not yet fullgrown MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a child, boy, youth (in law 'a minor'), the young of an animal ib. (ikā f. a girl Kāv. Pur.)
• a young elephant five years old Śiś. v, 47
• a fool, simpleton L.
• a kind of fish L.
• N. of a prince (v. l. pālaka) Pur.
⋙ bālakatva
○tva n. childhood, childishness W.
⋙ bālakapralapita
○pralapita n. childish talk, foolish prattle MW.
⋙ bālakapriya
○priya mfn. fond of children
• (ā), f. colocynth L.
• Musa Sapien. tum L.
⋙ bālakahatyā
○hatyā f. infanticide MW.
≫ bālakīya
bālakīya mfn. childish, infantine W.
≫ bālāyani
bālāyani m. metron. of a teacher BhP. (cf. g. tikâdi)
≫ bāli
bāli
⋙ olin
olin See vāli, ○lin
≫ bāliman
bāliman m. childhood, youth, immaturity, g. pṛthv-ādi. [Page 729, Column 3]
≫ bāliśa 1
bāliśa mf(ā)n. young, childish, puerile, ignorant, simple, foolish MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a fool, simpleton, blockhead ib.
⋙ bāliśatā
○tā f. (cf. Uttarar.),
⋙ bāliśatva
○tva n. (cf. Hariv.) childishness, simplicity, folly
⋙ bāliśamati
○mati mfn. childish-minded, foolish MBh.
≫ bāliśya
bāliśya n. (g. brāhmaṇâdi) childishness, youth, thoughtlessness, folly Mn. MBh. &c
≫ bāleya 1
bāleya mfn. fit or proper for children L.
• tender, soft L. (for 2. See below)
≫ bālya
bā́lya or n. boyhood, childhood, infancy ŚBr. Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ bālya
bālyá n. boyhood, childhood, infancy ŚBr. Mn. MBh. &c
• crescent state (of the moon) Kum. vii, 35
• = bāliśya ŚBr. MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ bālyakāla
○kāla m. the period or age of childhood MW.
⋙ bālyatā
○tā f. boyhood, infancy R.
bālandana
bālandana m. patr. of Vatsa-prī (cf. bhālandana)
bālāki
bā́lāki m. metron. fr. balākā ŚBr. (cf. g. bāhv-ādi)
≫ bālākyā
bālākyā See kā́tyapī-bālākyā-maṭharī-pútra
bālāha
bālāha (or vāl○), m. N. of a mythical horse Buddh.
≫ bālāhaka
bālāhaka m. id. ib.
• N. of a serpent-demon Hariv.
yuddhe balāhaka-jambu-māle, 'in the contest between Bālāhaka and Jambu-māla' Nīlak.
bāliśa 2
bāliśa n. (for 1. See above) = Pers. ? a pillow, cushion L.
bālīvaraineya
bālīvaráineya m. patr. fr. balīvardin g. śubhrâdi
• metron' fr. balīvardī g. kalyāṇy-ādi (cf. balīvardineya)
bālīśa
bālīśa m. retention of urine L.
bālu
bālu bāluka &c. See vālu &c
bāleya 2
bāleya mfn. (fr. bali) fit for an offering or oblation Ragh.
• descended from Bali Hariv.
• m. an ass Var.
• a species of Cyperus Bhpr.
• = -śāka L.
• a kind of radish L. (prob. wṛ. for śāleya)
• patr. fr. bali KātyŚr.
• (pl.) VP.
• N. of a Daitya L.
⋙ bāleyaśāka
○śāka m. a kind of vegetable (= aṅgāra-vallī) L.
⋙ bāleyārdhika
bāleyârdhika mfn. Pāt
bāloka
bāloka m. N. of an author Cat.
bālbaja
bālbaja mf(ī́)n. (fr. balbaja) made of the grass Eleusine Indica ŚBr. MBh. (B. bālvaja)
≫ bālbajabhārika
bālbajabhārika mfn. (fr. [balbaja+bhAra]) laden or burdened with Balbaja grass, g. vaṃśâdi
≫ bālbajika
bālbajika mfn. bearing Balbaja grass ib. (cf. balbajika)
bālhava
bālhava m. an inhabitant of Balkh (ī f.) Bālar.
≫ bālhāyana
bālhāyana mf(ī)n., fr. bālhi Pāṇ. 4-2, 99 Pat.
≫ bālhi
bālhi
⋙ bāhli
bāhli or N. of a country, Balkh ib.
⋙ vāhli
vāhli N. of a country, Balkh ib.
⋙ bālhija
○ja or mfn. born or bred in Balkh (as a horse) MBh. R.
⋙ bālhijāta
○jāta mfn. born or bred in Balkh (as a horse) MBh. R.
⋙ bālhiśvara
bālhiśvara m. pl. N. of a dynasty VP.
≫ bālhika
bālhika or m. (pl.) N. of a people MBh.
⋙ bāhlika
bāhlika m. (pl.) N. of a people MBh.
• a king of the Bālhikas ib. Hariv. Pur.
• N. of a son of Pratīpa Hariv.
• (pl.) of a dynasty BhP.
• mfn. of the Balkh breed (as horses) MBh. R.
• n. (wṛ. bālhaka) saffron L.
• Asa Foetida L.
≫ bālhikeyamiśra
bālhikeya-miśra m. N. of an author Cat.
≫ bālhīka
bālhīka
⋙ bāhlīka
bāhlīka or m. (pl.) N. of a people MBh. R. &c
⋙ vāhlīka
vāhlīka m. (pl.) N. of a people MBh. R. &c
• a prince of the Bālhīkas MBh.
• N. of a son of Janam-ejaya ib.
• of a son of Pratīpa ib. Pur.
• of the father of Rohiṇī (wife of Vasu-deva) Hariv.
• of a Gandharva L.
• of a poet Cat.
• (ī), f. a princess or any woman of the Bālhikas (also N. of mādrī, q.v.) MBh. Bālar.
• mf(ī)n. belonging to or derived from the Bālar L.
• n. = bālhika L.
⋙ bālhīkabhāṣā
○bhāṣā f. the language of the Balhīlkas (enumerated among the Pralkṛit dialects) Sāh.
⋙ bālhīkośa
bālhīkôśa m. lord of the Bālhīkas R.
bāvādeva
bāvā-deva and bāvā-śāstrin m. N. of authors Cat.
bāverujātaka
bāveru-jātaka n. N. of wk
bāṣkaya
bāṣkaya mfn. fr. baṣkaya g. utsâdi
bāṣkala
bāṣkala m. N. of a teacher (a pupil of Paila) GṛS.
• of a Daitya Hariv.
• of a son of Anuhrāda BhP.
• (pl.) N. of a family regarded as belonging to the Kaunkas Hariv. (v. l. vāskala)
• a warrior (vāṣk○) L.
• mfn. belonging to or derived from Bāshkala ĀśvŚr. Sch.
• large, great (vāṣk○) W.
• m. pl. the pupils of Bāshkala (a school of the Ṛig. veda) Cat. [Page 730, Column 1]
⋙ bāṣkalaśākhā
○śākhā f. the Bāshkala recension (of the RV.) ib.
⋙ bāṣkalopaniṣad
bāṣkalôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
≫ bāṣkalaka
bāṣkalaka mf(ikā)n. belonging to or derived from the Bāshkalas L.
• (ikā), f. the Ṛig-veda text of the Bāshkalas ŚāṅkhŚr. Sch.
≫ bāṣkali
bāṣkali m. patr. of a teacher VP.
bāṣkiha
bāṣkiha m. patr. fr. baṣkiha PañcavBr.
bāṣpa
bāṣpa m. (also written vāṣpa, cf. Uṇ. iii, 28) a tear, tears MBh. Kāv. &c
• steam, vapour R. Ragh. Pañcat.
• a kind of pot-herb Vāgbh.
• iron L.
• N. of a disciple of Gautama Budâha
• (ī), f. a kind of plant (= hiṅgu-pattrī) L.
⋙ bāṣpakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha mf(ī)n., 'having tears in the throat', almost choked with tears Śak.
⋙ bāṣpakala
○kala mfn. inarticulate through tṭtears MBh.
⋙ bāṣpacandra
○candra mṆ. of an author Cat.
⋙ bāṣpadurdina
○durdina mfn. clouded by tears
○nâkṣa mf(ā, or ī)n. having eyes clouded by tṭtears Daś.
⋙ bāṣpaparyākulekṣana
○paryākulêkṣana (cf. R.),
⋙ bāṣpapihitalocana
○pihita-locana (cf. Pañcat.), mfn. having eyes suffused with tears
⋙ bāṣpapūra
○pūra m. a flood of tears Mālatīm.
⋙ bāṣpaprakara
○prakara m. a flow or gush of tṭtears Śiś.
⋙ bāṣpapramocana
○pramocana n. the shedding of tears MBh.
⋙ bāṣpabindu
○bindu m. a tear-drop, tear R.
⋙ bāṣpamukha
○mukha mfn. having the face bedewed with tears R.
⋙ bāṣpamokṣa
○mokṣa m
⋙ bāṣpamocana
○mocana n. = -pramocana Kāv.
⋙ bāṣpaviklaba
○viklaba mfn. overcome with tṭtears, confused with weeping R.
-bhāṣin mf(iṇī)n. speaking (with a voice) interrupted with weeping ib.
⋙ bāṣpavṛṣṭi
○vṛṣṭi f. a shower of tears Ragh.
⋙ bāṣpasaṃdigdha
○saṃdigdha mfn. (a voice) indistinct by suppressed tears Nal.
⋙ bāṣpasalila
○salila n. water of tears, Ratnāv
⋙ bāṣpākula
bāṣpâkula mfn. dimmed or interrupted by tṭtears MBh.
⋙ bāṣpāpluta
bāṣpâpluta mfn. id. A.
⋙ bāṣpāmbu
bāṣpâmbu n. = ○pa-salila Ratnâv.
-pūra m. a flood of tears MW.
-śīkara m. pl. tears-drops Kathās.
⋙ bāṣpāvilekṣaṇa
bāṣpâvilêkṣaṇa mfn. having eyes dimmed by tears MBh.
⋙ bāhpāsāra
bāhpâsāra m. = ○pa-vṛṣṭi Mālav.
⋙ bāṣpotpīḍa
bāṣpôtpīḍa m. a gush or torrent of tṭtears Kād. Hcar.
⋙ bāṣpodbhava
bāṣpôdbhava m. the rising or starting of tears MW.
≫ bāṣpaka
bāṣpaka (ifc. f. ā), steam, vapour, Suir
• m. a kind of vegetable (= māriṣa) Bhpr.
• (ā), f. = hiṅgu-pattrī L.
• (ikā), f. a kind of vegetable Vāgbh.
≫ bāṣpāya
bāṣpāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to shed tears, weep Kāv.
• to emit vapour or steam L.
≫ bāṣpin
bāṣpin mf(iṇī)n. (ifc.) shedding tears or any liquid like tears R.
≫ bāṣpīkā
bāṣpīkā f. a kind of plant (= bāṣpī) L.
bāsa
bāsa bāskala wṛ. for bhāsa, bāṣkala
bāsta
bāsta mf(ī)n. (fr. basta) coming from a goat (○taṃ carma, a goat-skin) Mn. ii, 41
≫ bāstāyana
bāstāyana m. patr fr. basta g. aśvâdi
≫ bāstika
bāstika n. a multitude of goats R.
bāspa
bāspa wṛ. for bāṣpa
bāh
bāh See √vāh
bāha
bāha m. the arm = 1. bāhu L. (also ā f. Uṇ. i, 28)
• a horse L. ( See vāha)
• mfn. firm, strong L.
≫ bāhava 1
bāháva m. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 39 Vārtt. 1 Pat.) = 1. bāhu, the arm (also n. ŚBr.)
≫ bāhavi
bāhavi m. patr. fr. 1. bāhu Pāṇ. 4-1, 96 N. of a teacher ĀśvGṛ.
≫ bāhābāhavi
bāhā-bāhavi ind. arm against arm, in close combat ( = bāhū-bāhavi) Vop.
bāhaṭa
bāhaṭa m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ bāhaṭanighaṇṭu
○nighaṇṭu m. N. of wk
≫ bāhaṭīya
bāhaṭīya mfn. written or composed by Bāhaṭa
• n. a work of Bāhaṭa Cat.
bāhaḍa
bāhaḍa m. N. of a man Śatr.
bāhadura
bāhadura (prob.) wṛ. for bāhādura
bāhannopaniṣad
bāhannôpaniṣad (?), f. N. of an Upanishad
bāhalya
bāhalya n. (fr. bahala) thickness Suśr.
bāhava 2
bāhava n. (fr. bahu), g. pṛthvādi
bāhādura
bāhādura m. a modern title of honour conferred by Muhammadan kings (= Pers.?)
bāhirvedika
bāhirvedika
mf(ī)n. (fr. bahirvedi). situated or taking place outside the Vedi KātyŚr. Sch. (cf. bahir-vedika). [Page 730, Column 2]
bāhīka
bāhīká mfn. (fr. bahis
• but also written vāhīka) being outside, external, exterior Pāṇ. 4-1, 85 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
• relating to the Balhīkas, g: palady-ādi
• m. (pl.) N. of a despised people of the Pañjāb ŚBr. &c. &c. (often confounded with the Bālhikas)
• a man of the Bāhīkas MBh.
• N. of a priest Cat. = upa-śama Buddh.
• = kāṣṭhaka, pālaka, or go-rakṣaka Hcar. Sch.
• an ox L.
• n. N. of a lake or piece of water in the country of the Bāhikas MBh.
bāhu 1
bāhú m. and (L.) f. (fr. √bah, baṃh
• for 2. bāhu, See col. 3) the arm, (esp.) the fore-arm, the arm between the elbow and the wrist (opp. to pra-gaṇḍa, q.v
• in medic. the whole upper extremity of the body, as opp. to sakthi, the lower extṭextremity) RV. &c. &c
• the arm as a measure of length (= 12 Aṅgulas) Sulbas.
• the fore-foot of an animal (esp. its upper part) RV. AV. Br. ĀśvGṛ.
• the limb of a bow ŚBr.
• the bar of a chariot-pole Gobh.
• the post (of a door
• See dvāra-b○)
• the side of an angular figure (esp. the base of a right-angled triangle) Sūryas.
• the shadow of the gnomon on a sun-dial ib.
• (also du.) the constellation Ārdrā L.
• m. N. of a Daitya MBh.
• of a prince (who brought ruin upon his family by his illegal actions) ib.
• of a son of Vṛika Hariv.
• of a son of Vajra VP. [Cf. Gk. ?, ? ; [730, 2] Germ. buog, Bug ; Angl. Sax. bo1g ; Eng. bough.]
⋙ bāhukara
○kara mfn. active with the arms Pāṇ. 3-2, 21
⋙ bāhukuṇṭha
○kuṇṭha mfn. crippled in the arms L.
⋙ bāhukuntha
○kuntha (?), m. a wing L.
⋙ bāhukubja
○kubja mfn. = -kuṇṭha W.
⋙ bāhukṣad
○kṣád mfn. offering the fore-legs (i.e. the inferior parts of an animal, said of a parsimonious sacrificer) RV. x, 27, 6
⋙ bāhucāpa
○cāpa m. 'arm-bow', a fathom (as a measure) L.
⋙ bāhucchinna
○cchinna mfn. having a broken aṭarm KaushUp.
⋙ bāhucyut
○cyút (?) AV. xviii, 3, 25
⋙ bāhucyuta
○cyuta (bāhú-), mfn. fallen from the arm, dropped out of the hand RV. TS.
⋙ bāhuja
○ja m. 'arm-born', a Kshatriya (as sprung from the arm of Brahmā) L. (cf. Mn. i, 31)
• a parrot L.
• sesamum growing wild L.
⋙ bāhujūta
○jūta (bāhú-), mfn. quick with the arm RV.
⋙ bāhujyā
○jyā f. the cord of an arc, sine Sūryas.
⋙ bāhutaraṇa
○taraṇa n. crossing a river (with the arm, i.e. by swimming) Gaut.
⋙ bāhutā
○tā́ (bāhú-), ind. in the arms RV. (cf. devá-tā, puruṣá-tā)
⋙ bāhutrāṇa
○trāṇa n. armfence', armour for the arms L.
⋙ bāhudaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. 'armstaff', a long arm R. Daś.
• a blow or punishment inflicted with the arm or fist MW. (cf. bhuja-d○)
⋙ bāhudā
○dā f. 'arm-giver', N. of Su-yaśā (a wife of Parīkshit) MBh.
• of a river (into which Gaurī the wife of Prasena-jit is said to have been transformed
• prob. identical with the Vitastā or Hydaspes and modern Jhelum) ib. R. &c
• of another river VP.
-nadīmāhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ bāhuniḥsṛta
○niḥsṛta n. a partic. method of fighting (by which a sword is twisted out of a person's hands) Hariv.
⋙ bāhupāśa
○pāśa m. = -bandhana Ratnâv.
• a partic. attitude in fighting MBh.
⋙ bāhupracālakam
○pracālakam ind. shaking the arms L.
⋙ bāhupratibāhu
○pratibāhu m. du. (in geom.) the opposite sides of a figure Col.
⋙ bāhuprasāra
○prasāra m. stretching out the arms BhP.
⋙ bāhupraharaṇa
○praharaṇa m. striking with the arms, a striker, boxer W.
• n. boxing, wrestling ib.
⋙ bāhuphala
○phala n. (in geom.) the result from the base sine Sūryas.
• the sine of an arc of a circle of position contained between the sun and the prime vertical Siddhântaś.
⋙ bāhubandhana
○bandhana n. (ifc. f. ā) 'aṭarm-fetter', encircling arms, Kalid
• m. the shoulder-blade R.
⋙ bāhubala
○bala n. power or strength of arm Mn. MBh. &c
• m. 'strong in arm, N. of a prince Kathās.
⋙ bāhubalin
○balín mfn. strong in arm' ŚBr. MBh.
• N. of a man L.
⋙ bāhubādha
○bādha m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (v. l. bāhu-bādhya, bahurada)
⋙ bāhubhaṅgi
○bhaṅgi f. bending or twisting the arms MW.
⋙ bāhubhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa n
⋙ bāhubhūṣā
○bhūṣā f. 'arm-ornament', armlet L.
⋙ bāhubhedin
○bhedin m. 'arm-breaker', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ bāhumat
○mát mfn. having (strong) arm (said of Indra) AV.
• (atī), f. N. of a river L.
⋙ bāhumadhya
○madhya mfn. occupying a middle position with the arm MBh. (cf. janghā-jaghanya)
⋙ bāhumaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made or done with the arm W.
⋙ bāhumātra
○mātrá n. = -cāpa TS.
• mf(ī)n. as long as an arm ib.
⋙ bāhumūla
○mūla n. 'arm-√', the aṭarm-pit Nir.
-vibhūṣaṇa n. an ornament worn on the upper arm L.
⋙ bāhuyuddha
○yuddha n. 'arm.fight', a close fight MBh. Kathās.
⋙ bāhuyodha
○yodha or m. a wrestler, boxer Hariv.
⋙ bāhuyodhin
○yodhin m. a wrestler, boxer Hariv.
⋙ bāhurakṣā
○rakṣā f. armour for the upper arm L.
⋙ bāhulatā
○latā f. an arm (lithe as a) creeper Rājat. (also ○tikā, f. Śṛiṅgār.)
○tântara n. the space between the arms, the breast, bosom Kāvyâd.
⋙ bāhuvat
○vat m. having (strong) arm', N. of a man VP. [Page 730, Column 3]
⋙ bāhuvikṣepa
○vikṣepa m. moving the arm, swimming MBh. Kathās.
⋙ bāhuvighaṭṭaṇa
○vighaṭṭaṇa or n. a partic. attitude in wrestling VP.
⋙ bāhuvighaṭṭita
○vighaṭṭita n. a partic. attitude in wrestling VP.
⋙ bāhuvimarda
○vimarda m. -yuddha Ragh.
⋙ bāhuvīrya
○vīryá mfn. strength of arm AV. &c. &c
• mfn. strong of arm TāṇḍBr.
⋙ bāhuvṛkta
○vṛktá m. N. of a descendant of Atri (author of RV. v, 71 ; 72) Anukr.
⋙ bāhuvyāyāma
○vyāyāma m. 'arm-exercise', gymnastic MBh.
⋙ bāhuśakti
○śakti m. 'strong of arm', N. of a king Kathās.
⋙ bāhuśardhin
○śardhín mfn. relying on his aṭarm (said of Indra) RV. x, 103, 3
⋙ bāhuśālin
○śālin mfn. possessing strong aṭarm MBh. Hariv. Kathās.
• m. N. of Siva MBh.
• of a Dānava Kathās.
• of a warrior ib.
• of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh.
• of Bhīma ib.
• of a prince ib.
⋙ bāhuśikhara
○śikhara n. 'the upper part of the arm', the shoulder Hariv.
⋙ bāhusambhava
○sambhava m. 'arm-born', a Kshatriya L. (cf. bāhu-ja)
⋙ bāhusahasrabhṛt
○sahasra-bhṛt m. 'having a thousand arm', N. of Arjuna Kārtaviirya (killed by Paraśu-rāma) L.
⋙ bāhusahasrin
○sahasrin mfn. having a thousand aṭarm MBh. Hariv. VP.
⋙ bāhusvatika
○svatika m. or n. 'arm-cross', the arms crossed MBh. (Nilak.)
⋙ bāhūtkṣepam
bāhū7tkṣepam ind. so as to lift up the arms or hands Śak.
⋙ bāhūpapīḍam
bāhū7papīḍam ind. pressing with the arms Bhaṭṭ.
≫ bāhuka
bāhuka ifc. = 1. bāhu, the arm (cf. hrasvabāhuka)
• mf(ā)n. servile, dependent L.
• swimming with the arms Baudh. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-4, 7 Sch.)
• dwarfish BhP.
• m. a monkey L.
• N. of a Nāga MBh.
• of a prince ib.
• of a son of Vṛika (= bāhu) Pur.
• (also written vāh○) N. assumed by Nala upon his becoming charioteer to king Ṛitu-parṇa Nal.
• (ā), f. N. of a river L.
≫ bāhula 1
bāhula n. (for 2. See below) armour for the arms L.
• N. of a place in Dakshiṇā-patha Cat.
≫ bāhūbāhavi
bāhū-bāhavi ind. arm to arm, hand to hand (in close combat) Śiś. xviii, 12 (cf. bāhā-bāhavi)
≫ bāhv
bāhv in comp. for 1. bāhu
⋙ bāhvaṅka
○aṅká m. the bend of the arm, ? AV.
⋙ bāhvojas
○ójas n. strength of arm RV. viii, 82, 2
• strong in a viii, 20, 6 &c
• strong in the fore-legs (said of a horse), i, 35, 9
bāhu 2
bāhu (for 1. See col. 2), Vṛiddhi form of bahu in comp. = kīṭa, mfn. g. palady-ādi
⋙ bāhukuleyaka
○kuleyaka m. patr. fr. bahu-kula Pāṇ. iv, 1, 140 Sch.
⋙ bāhugarta
○garta mfn. ib. iv, 2, 237 Sch. (○taka Kāś. on iv, 2, 126)
⋙ bāhuguṇya
○guṇya n. possession of many excellences Mn. vii, 71
⋙ bāhujanya
○janya mfn. spread among many people L.
• n. a great multitude of people, crowd L.
⋙ bāhudantaka
○dantaka n. (with śāstra) N. of a treatise on morals abridged by Indra MBh. (cf. next)
⋙ bāhudantin
○dantin m. N. of Indra L. (cf. bahudantī-suta)
○ti-putra m. a son of Indra (N. of Jaya-datta author of a Tantra) Daś.
⋙ bāhudanteya
○danteya m.= -dantin L. -,
⋙ bāhubali
○bali m. (fr. bahu-bala?) N. of a mountain Śatr.
⋙ bāhubhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. (fr. bahu-bhāṣin) talkativeness, g. brāhmaṇâdi
⋙ bāhumitrāyaṇa
○mitrāyaṇa m. patr. fr. bahu-mitra Saṃskārak.
⋙ bāhurūpya
○rūpya n. (fr. bahurūpa) manifoldness, g. brāhmaṇâdi (cf. Kāś.)
⋙ bāhuvartaka
○vartaka mfn. (fr. bahu-varta) Pāṇ. 4-2, 2, 126 Sch. (cf. Kāś. -gartaka)
⋙ bāhuvāra
○vāra m.= bahu-v○ L.
⋙ bāhuviddha
○viddha m. patr. (fr. bahu-v○?) Pravar.
⋙ bāhuśāla
○śāla mfn. prepared from Euphorbia Antiquorum
-guḍa m. pills so prepared ŚārṅgS.
⋙ bāhuśrutya
○śrutya n. great learning, erudition MBh.
⋙ bāhvṛcya
bā́hvṛcya n. the sacred tradition of the Bahv-ṛicas, the Ṛig-veda ŚāṅkhŚr. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 129)
≫ bāhula 2
bāhula mfn. (fr. bahula for 1. See above) manifold, g. saṃkalâdi
• in. the month Kārttika (when the moon is near the Pleiades
• See bahulā) L.
• fire L.
• a Jina Gal.
• N. of a prince VP.
• n. manifoldness, g. pṛthv-ādi
-grīva m. 'having a variegated neck', a peacock L. ○laka n. manifoldness, diversity Kār. on Pāṇ. 2-1, 32 Pat.
• (āt), ind. from giving too wide applicability (to a rule) Uṇ. i, 36 ; 37 Sch.
⋙ bāhuli
bāhuḍli m. N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra MBh.
⋙ bāhuleya
bāhuḍleya m. metron. of Skanda (fr. bahulā, the Pleiades) L.
⋙ bāhulya
bāhuḍlya n. abundance, plenty, multitude, variety MBh. Kāv. &c
• the usual course or common order of things Hariv.
• (ena), ind, usually, ordinarily, as a rule Śaṃk. Pāṇ. Sch. Jātakam.
• (āt), ind. id., Śāṇḍ
• in all probability Hit.
bāhuk
bāhuk See pra-bā́huk
bāhya
bāhya mf(ā)n. (fr. bahis
• in later language also written vāhya, q.v
• m. nom. pl. bā́hye ŚBr.) being outside (a door, house, &c.), situated without (abl. or comp.), outer, exterior (acc. with √kṛ, to turn out, expel) AV. &c, &c
• not belonging to the family or country, strange, foreign MBh. Kāv. &c. [Page 731, Column 1]
• excluded from caste or the community, an out-caste Mn. MBh. &c
• diverging from, conflicting with, opposed to, having nothing to do with (abl. or comp.) ib.
• (with artha), meaning external to (i.e. not resulting from) the sounds or letters forming a word Pāṇ. 1-1, 68 Sch.
• m. a corpse (for vāhya?) Kāv.
• N. of a man (pl. his family) Saṃskārak.
• (pl.) N. of a people VP.
• (ā), f. (scil. tvac) the outer bark of a tree ŚBr.
• (ifc. f. ā) the outer part, exterior Rājat.
• ibc. and (am, ena, e), ind. outside, without, out ŚBr. &c. &c
• (āt), ind. from without Pañcat.
⋙ bāhyakakṣa
○kakṣa m. the outer side (of a house) Rājat.
⋙ bāhyakaraṇa
○karaṇa n. an external organ of sense MārkP. Śaṃk.
⋙ bāhyakarṇa
○karṇa and m. N. of two Nāgas MBh.
⋙ bāhyakuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa m. N. of two Nāgas MBh.
⋙ bāhyataddhita
○taddhita n. (in gram.) an external or secondary Taddhita suffix (added after another one) Pāṇ. 7-3, 29 Sch.
⋙ bāhyatara
○tara mfn. being outside, outer, external Śaṃk.
• turned out (of caste or society), an out-caste Mn. x, 30
⋙ bāhyatas
○tás ind. outside, externally, on the outside of (with gen. or abl.) VS. &c. &c
-to-nara m. pl., 'external men', N. of a people MārkP.
⋙ bāhyatā
○tā f
⋙ bāhyatva
○tva n. the state of being outside, exclusion, deviation or divergence from (abl.) Hariv. Rājat. &c
⋙ bāhyadruti
○druti f. 'external solution', a process in the preparation of quicksilver Sarvad.
⋙ bāhyaprakṛti
○prakṛti f. pl. the constituents of a foreign state exclusive of the king (cf. prakṛti) Pañcat.
⋙ bāhyaprayatna
○prayatna m. (in gram.) the external effort in the production of articulate sounds Pāṇ. 1-1, 9 Sch.
⋙ bāhyarata
○rata n. = -sambhoga Cat.
• wṛ. for -tara Kathās.
⋙ bāhyaliṅgin
○liṅgin m. a heretic L.
⋙ bāhyavastu
○vastu n. external wealth or riches Kum.
⋙ bāhyavāsin
○vāsin mfn. dwelling outside a village or town (said of Caṇḍilas) MBh.
⋙ bāhyasambhoga
○sambhoga m. external coition', (prob.) gratification of sexual passion outside the vulva Cat.
⋙ bāhyasparśa
○sparśa m. contact with external objects Bhag. MārkP.
⋙ bāhyāṃsa
bāhyâṃsa mfn. holding the hands outside (not between) the knees Gobh. (cf. bahir-jānu)
⋙ bāhyānta
bāhyânta m. the outer end or corner (of the eye) L.
⋙ bāhyāntar
bāhyântar ind. from without and within Prab.
⋙ bāhyābhyantara
bāhyâbhyantara mfn. external and internal (as diseases) Suśr.
⋙ bānyāyāma
bānyâyāma m. a partic. disease of the nerves ib.
⋙ bāhyārtha
bāhyârtha m. an external meaning (cf. bāhya artha above) Madhus.
• external objects or matter or reality
-bhañga-nirākaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ bāhyārthavāda
bāhyârtha-vāda m. the doctrine that the external world has a real existence Śaṃk.
-vādin mfn. maintaining the reality of the external world, ib
⋙ bāhyālaya
bāhyâlaya m. the abode of out-castes i.e. the country of the Bāhīkas MBh. (vḷ. vāhyanaya)
⋙ bāhyāśakala
bāhyā-śakalá m. a fragment from a tree's outer bark ŚBr.
⋙ bāhyāśva
bāhyâśva m. N. of a man Hariv. (vḷ. vāh○)
⋙ bāhyendriya
bāhyêndriya n. an outer organ of sense Vedântas.
⋙ bāhyopavana
bāhyôpavana n. a grove situated outside (a town, puryāḥ) BhP.
≫ bāhyskasriñjarī
bāhyska-sriñjarī and f. N. of Sṛiñjarī and one of the two wives of Bhajamāna (an older sister of Upa.bāhyakā) Hariv.
⋙ bāhyakā
bāhyakā f. N. of Sṛiñjarī and one of the two wives of Bhajamāna (an older sister of Upa.bāhyakā) Hariv.
bāhlaka
bāhlaka bāhlava, bāhli &c. See bālhava &c., p. 729, col. 3
bāhvaṭa
bāhvaṭa m. N. of a poet Cat.
biṭ
biṭ (or viṭ), cl. 1. P. beṭati, to swear, shout, address harshly Dhātup. ix, 30
biṭaka
biṭaka m. n. (ā), f= piṭaka, a boil L.
biṭhaka
biṭhaka n. = antarikṣa, the sky Nir. vi, 30
biḍ
biḍ (or viḍ) = biṭ Dhātup. ix, 30 (v. l.)
biḍāraka
biḍāraka m. a cat L. (cf. next)
biḍāla
biḍāla m. (also written viḍāla of doubtful origin
cf. Uṇ. i, 117) a cat Mn. MBh. &c
• a partic. remedy for the eye Bhpr. (cf. ○laka)
• the eye-ball L.
• (ā), f. a female cat R. (also ii Uṇ. i, 117 Sch.)
• (ī), f. a partic. disease and the female demon presiding over it (reckoned among the Yoginīs) Hcat.
• a species of plant L.
⋙ biḍālapada
○pada or n. a partic. measure of weight(= karṣa) ŚārṅgS. Suśr.
⋙ biḍālapadaka
○padaka n. a partic. measure of weight(= karṣa) ŚārṅgS. Suśr.
⋙ biḍālaputra
○putra m. 'cat's son', N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ biḍālavaṇji
○vaṇji m. 'cat-dealer', nickname of a man ib.
⋙ biḍālavratika
○vratika mfn. acting like a cat', false, hypocritical L. (cf. baiḍāla-vr○)
⋙ biḍālākṣa
biḍālâkṣa mf(ī)n. cat-eyed Hcat.
• (ī), f. N. of a Rākshasī R.
≫ bidālaka
bidālaka m.a cat Cat.
• the eyeball L.
• application of ointment to the eye Car. Bhpr.
• (ikā), f. a little cat, kitten Subh.
• n. yellow orpiment L. [Page 731, Column 2]
bid
bid or bind (cf. bhid), cl. 1. P. bindati, to cleave, split Dhātup. iii, 27 (perhaps invented on account of the following words of more or less questionable origin)
≫ bida
bida m. (also written vida) N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 104 pl. his family ĀśvŚr.
⋙ bidakula
○kula (vida-), n. = vaidasya and vaidayoḥ kulam Pāṇ. 2-4, 64 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
⋙ bidāpuṭa
bidā-puṭa m. N. of a man, g. aśvâdi Kāś. (vḷ. bida, puṭa)
≫ bidala
bidala n. (cf. vi-dala) anything split off or produced by splitting (cf. comp.)
⋙ bidalakarī
○karī́ f. a woman employed in splitting bamboos VS.
⋙ bidalasaṃhita
○saṃhita mfn. composed or made up of halves AitBr.
≫ bidura
bidura vḷ. for bhidura, q.v
≫ binda
binda See kusuru-bínda
≫ bindavi
bindavi g. gahâdi (cf. baindavi)
≫ bindavīya
bindavīya mfn. ib.
• m. a prince of the Bindus, g. dāmany-ādi
≫ bindu
bindú m. (once n. MBh.
• in later language mostly written vindu) a detached particle, drop, globule, dot, spot AV. &c. &c
• (with hiraṇyaya) a pearl AV. xix, 30, 5 (cf. -phala)
• a drop of water taken as a measure L.
• a spot or mark of coloured paint on the body of an elephant Kum.
• (ifc. also -ka) the dot over a letter representing the Anusvāra (supposed to be connected with Siva and of great mystical importance) MBh. Kathās. BhP.
• a zero or cypher R. (in manuscripts put over an erased word to show that it ought not to be erased = 'stet' Naish.)
• a partic. mark like a dot made in cauterizing Suśr.
• a mark made by the teeth of a lover on the lips of his mistress L.
• a coloured mark made on the forehead between the eyebrows L.
• (in dram.) the sudden development of a secondary incident (which, like a drop of oil in water, expands and furnishes an important element in the plot) Sāh. (ifc. also -ka)
• m. N. of a man, g. bidâdi
• of an Āṅgirasa (author of RV. viii, 83 ; ix, 30) Anukr.
• of the author of a Rasa-paddhati Cat.
• pl. N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi
⋙ bindughṛta
○ghṛta n. a partic. medic. compound taken in small quantities, Śārṅgp
⋙ binducitra
○citra and m. the spotted antelope. L.
⋙ binducitraka
○citraka m. the spotted antelope. L.
⋙ bindujāla
○jāla and n. collection or mass of dots or spots (esp. on an elephant's face and trunk) L.
⋙ bindujālaka
○jālaka n. collection or mass of dots or spots (esp. on an elephant's face and trunk) L.
⋙ bindutantra
○tantra m. a die, dice L.
• m. n. a kind of chess-board L.
• a playing-ball L.
⋙ bindutirtha
○tirtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Cat.
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ bindudeva
○deva m. = ṇa, a Buddhist deity L.
• N. of Siva W.
⋙ bindunātha
○nātha m. N. of a teacher Cat.
⋙ bindupattra
○pattra m. Betula Bhojpattra L.
⋙ bindupattraka
○pattraka m. a species of Amaranthus L.
⋙ bindupratiṣṭhāmaya
○pratiṣṭhāmaya mf(ī)n. founded or based upon the Anusvāra L.
⋙ binduphala
○phala n. a pearl L.
⋙ bindubrahmānandīya
○brahmānandīya n. N. of wk
⋙ bindubheda
○bheda m. N. of a partic. Yoga posture L.
⋙ bindumat
○mat mfn. having drops or bubbles or clots, formed into balls or globules AitBr. KātyŚr.
• m. N. of a son of Marici by Bindu-matī BhP.
• (atī), f. N. of a kind of verse Kād.
• of a drama Sāh.
• of the wife of Marīci (cf. above) BhP.
• of a daughter of Śaśa-bindu and wife of Māndhātṛi Hariv.
• of the murderess of Vidūratha, Vāsav', Introd
• of a fisherman's daughter Kathās.
⋙ bindumādhava
○mādhava m. a form of Vishṇu Cat.
⋙ bindumālin
○mālin m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ bindurāji
○rāji m. 'row of spots', N. of a kind of serpent Suśr.
⋙ bindurekhaka
○rekhaka m. a kind of bird L. (cf. prec. and next)
⋙ bindurekhā
○rekhā f. a row or line of points or dots Rājat.
• N. of a daughter of Caṇḍavarman Kathās.
⋙ binduvāsara
○vāsara m. the day of fecundation L.
⋙ binduśarman
○śarman mṆ. of a poet, cat
⋙ bindusaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m
⋙ bindusaṃdīpana
○saṃdīpana n. N. of wks
⋙ bindusaras
○saras n. N. of a sacred lake MBh. R.
• (m. c. also -sara) BhP.
-tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Cat.
⋙ bindusāra
○sāra m. N. of a king (son of Candra-gupta) VP. HPariś.
⋙ bindusena
○sena m. N. of a king (son of Kshatraujas) VP.
⋙ binduhrada
○hrada m. N. of a lake (said to have been formed by the drops of the Ganges shaken from Siva's hair) Cat.
⋙ bindūpaniṣad
bindū7paníṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
≫ binduka
binduka m. a drop R.
• N. of a Tirtha Vishṇ. ( See also under bindu)
≫ bindukita
bindukita mfn. dotted over Śak. Sch.
≫ binduraka
binduraka m. Ximenia Aegyptiaca L.
≫ bindula
bindula m. a partic. venomous insect Suśr. (written vi○)
≫ bindūya
bindūya Nom' Ā. ○yate, to form drops, drip down (p. yamāna, dripping, wet) Mālatīm.
bibibābhavat
bibibā-bhávat mfn. (onomat. bibibā + pr. p. √.bhū) crackling MaitrS. [Page 731, Column 3]
bibodhayiṣu
bibodhayiṣu mfn. (fr. Desid. of Caus. of √budh) wishing to rouse, intending to wake R. (cf. bubodhayiṣu)
bibboka
bibboka m. (also written vivvoka, or vibboka) haughty indifference L.
• (in erotic poetry) affectation of indifference towards a beloved object through pride and conceit Śiś. viii, 29 Sāh.
bibhakṣayiṣā
bibhakṣayiṣā f. (fr. Desid. of √bhaj) a desire of eating or enjoying Nyāyam.
⋙ bibhakṣayiṣu
bibhakṣaḍyiṣu mfn. desirous of eating MBh. MārkP.
• -, -daṃṣṭrin mfn. having teeth desirous of eating', hungry. mouthed VarBṛS.
bibhaṇiṣu
bibhaṇiṣu mfn. (fr. Desid. of √bhaṇ) desirous of speaking Śīl.
bibhitsā
bibhitsā f. (fr. Desid. of √bhid) a desire to break through or destroy or pierce or penetrate (with acc. or gen.). MBh. Kād. (cf. Siddh. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 66). ○tsu mfn. desirous of breaking through &c. (with acc.) MBh. BhP.
≫ bibhedayiṣu
bibhedayiṣu mfn. (fr. Desid. of Caus.) desirous of dividing or disuniting MBh.
bibhīṣikā
bibhīṣikā wṛ. for vibh○
bibhrakṣu
bibhrakṣu mfn. (fr. Desid. of √bhrajj) wishing to parch or destroy Bhaṭṭ.
• m. fire W.
≫ bibhrajjiṣu
bibhrajjiṣu m. 'that which wishes to destroy', fire Bhaṭṭ.
-prakhya mfn. resembling fire ib. (= agni-tulya Sch.)
bibhrat
bibhrat mfn. (pr.p. of √bhṛ) bearing, carrying RV. &c. &c
⋙ bibhradvāja
bíbhrad-vāja m. = bharad-v○ AitĀr.
bimba
bimba m. n. (also written vimba, or vimva, of doubtful origin, but cf. Uṇ. iv, 95 Sch.
• ifc. f. ā) the disk of the sun or moon Kāv. Pur. &c
• any disk, sphere, orb (often applied to the rounded parts of the body) Kālid. Pañcat.
• a mirror ŚvetUp. Kum.
• an image, shadow, reflected or represented form, picture, type R. BhP. Rājat.
• (in rhet.) the object compared (as opp. to prati-bimba, 'the counterpart' to which it is compared) Sāh. Pratāp.
• m. a lizard, chameleon Gaut.
• N. of a man Rājat.
• (ā), f. Momordica Monadelpha (a plant bearing a bright-red gourd) L.
• N. of 2 metres Col.
• N. of the wife of Bālâditya (king of Kaśmīra) Rājat.
• (ī), f. Momordica Monadelpha, Sulr. (cf. g. gaurâdi)
• N. of the mother of king Bimbi-sāra (below) Buddh.
• n. the fruit of the Momordica Monadelpha (to which the lips of women are often compared) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ bimbajā
○jā f. Momordica Monadelpha L.
⋙ bimbatattvaprakāśikā
○tattva-prakāśikā f. N. of wk
⋙ bimbapratibimba
○pratibimba (ibc.) original and counterfeit, object of comparison and that with which it is compared
-tā f. -tva n. (cf. Sāh.)
-bhāva m. (cf. Pratāp.) condition of original and cṭcounterfeit &c
-vāda m. N. of wk
⋙ bimbapratiṣṭhā
○pratiṣṭhā f
⋙ bimbapratiṣṭhāvidhi
○pratiṣṭhā-vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ bimbaphala
○phala n. the Bimba fruit Bhartṛ.
○lâdharóṣṭha mfn. having lips as red as the Bimba frṭfruit Kum.
⋙ bimbalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ bimbasāra
○sāra vḷ. for bimbi-sāra Lalit.
⋙ bimbāgata
bimbâgata mfn. 'gone to an image', reflected W.
⋙ bimbādhara
bimbâdhara m. a nether lip (red like the Bimba fruit) Śak.
⋙ bimbānubimbatva
bimbânubimbatva n. = bimba-pratibimba-tva Sāh.
⋙ bimbeśvara
bimbêśvara m. N. of a temple founded by the princess Bimbā Rājat.
⋙ bimbopadhāna
bimbôpadhāna n. a cushion, pillow Divyâv.
⋙ bimboṣṭha
bimb'-oṣṭha mf(ī)n. having lips like the Bimba fruit, red-lipped MBh. Kāv. &c. (f. also ○bauṣṭhā Uṇ. ii, 4 Sch.)
≫ bimbaka
bimbaka n. the disk of the sun or moon (also ikā f.) L.
• the fruit of Momordica Monadelpha L. (also ikā f.)
• a round form, roundness (of a face) Divyâv.
⋙ bimbaki
bimḍbaki m. N. of a prince Kathās. ○baṭa m. the mustard plant L.
⋙ bimbara
bimḍbara m. n. a partic. high number Buddh.
⋙ bimbāva
bimḍbāva n. Pāṇ. 5-2, 109 Vārtt.3 Pat.
≫ bimbita
bimbita mfn. mirrored back, reflected, Rljat
⋙ bimbinī
bimḍbinī f. the pupil of the eye L. ○biya m. N. of a man Rājat.
≫ bimbisāra
bimbi-sāra m. (from bimbin or [bimbI+s○]?) N. of a king of Magadha (contemporary and patron of Gautama Buddha) MWB. 48 &c. (vḷ. vidhisāra, vidmi-sāra, vindu-sena, vindhya-sena)
≫ bimbu
bimbu m. the betel-nut tree L.
≫ bimboka
bimboka m. N. of a poet Cat.
birada
birada biruda wṛ. for vi-ruda. [Page 732, Column 1]
birāla
birāla m.= biḍāla, a cat L.
bil
bil ( or vil, connected with bid, q.v.), cl. 6. 10. P. bilati, belayati, to split, cleave, break Dhātup. xxviii, 67
• xxxii, 66
≫ bila
bíla n. (also written vila
• ifc. f. ā) a cave, hole, pit, opening, aperture RV. &c. &c
• the hollow (of a dish), bowl (of a spoon or ladle) &c. AV. VS. ŚBr. ŚrS.
• m. Calamus Rotang L.
• Indra's horse Uccaiþ-śravas L.
• N. of two kinds of fish L.
⋙ bilakārin
○kārin m. 'hole-maker', a mouse L.
⋙ bilaṃgama
○ṃ-gama m. hole-goer', a snake MW.
⋙ biladhāvana
○dhā́vana mfn. (sensu obsceno) rimam tergens TS.
⋙ bilayoni
○yoni mfn. of the breed of Uccaiþ-śravas Kir.
⋙ bilavāsa
○vāsa mfn. living in holes, burrowing
• m. an animal that lives in holes Suśr.
• a pole-cat L.
⋙ bilavāsin
○vāsin mfn. = prec. MBh.
• m. an animal that lives in holes ib.
• a snake L.
⋙ bilaśaya
○śaya mfn. and m. = prec. MBh.
⋙ bilaśāyin
○śāyin mfn. = -vāsa mfn. Suśr.
• m. any animal that lives in holes ib.
⋙ bilasvarga
○svarga m. 'subterranean heaven', the lower regions, hell BhP.
⋙ bilāyana
bilâyana n. a subterranean cave or cavern BhP.
⋙ bilāsin
bilāsin m. (for bila-vāsin?) a serpent Kuṭṭanīm.
⋙ bilevāsin
bilevāsin mfn. and m. = bila-v○ L.
⋙ bileśaya
bile-śaya mfn. and m. = bila-ś○ MBh. BhP. Suśr.
• m. also N. of a teacher of the Hatha-vidyā Cat.
⋙ bilośvara
bilôśvara m. N. of a place of pilgrimage Cat. (perhaps wṛ. for bilvêvara)
⋙ bilaukas
bilâukas mfn. and m. = bilavāsa Mn. MBh.
≫ bilasa
bilasa mfn. g. triṇâdi
≫ bilma
bilma n. a. slip, bit, chip RV. ii, 35, 12 a broken helmet ŚatarUp. Sch.
• an ash-pit L.
⋙ bilmagrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. grasping or understanding by bits i.e. by degrees Nir. i, 20
≫ bilmin
bilmín mfn. having a helmet VS. (cf. Mahīdh.)
≫ billa
billa n. (also written villa) a pit, hole, reservoir (= talla or ālavāla) L.
• Asa Foetida L.
⋙ billamūla
○mūlá f. a species of esculent bulbous plant L.
⋙ billasū
○sū f. a mother of ten children L.
≫ bilva
bilvá m. (in later language also vilva) Aegle Marmelos, the wood-apple tree (commonly called Bel
• its delicious fruit when unripe is used medicinally
• its leaves, are employed in the ceremonial of the worship of Śiva
cf. RTL. 336) AV. &c. &c
• (ā), f. a kind of plant (= hiṅgu-pattrī) L.
• n. the Bilva fruit MBh. Kathās.
• a partic. weight (= 1 Pala, = 4 Akshas, 1/4= Kuḍava) Suśr. ŚārṅgS.
• a kind of vegetable Suśr.
• a small pond, pool L. (cf. billa)
⋙ bilvaja
○ja See bailvaja
⋙ bilvatejas
○tejas m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ bilvadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa or m. 'having a staff of BṭBilva wood', N. of Siva ib.
⋙ bilvadaṇḍin
○daṇḍin m. 'having a staff of BṭBilva wood', N. of Siva ib.
⋙ bilvanātha
○nātha m. N. of a teacher of the Haṭha-vidyā Cat.
⋙ bilvapattra
○pattra m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
-maya mf(ī)n. made or consisting of Bilva leaves Kathās.
⋙ bilvapattrikā
○pattrikā f. N. of Dākshālyaṇī (under which she was worshipped at Bilvaka) Cat.
⋙ bilvaparṇī
○parṇī f. a kind of vegetable Car.
⋙ bilvapāṇḍara
○pāṇḍara or m. N. of a serpentdemon MBh.
⋙ bilvapāṇḍura
○pāṇḍura m. N. of a serpentdemon MBh.
⋙ bilvapeśikā
○peśikā or f. the dried shell of the Bilva fruit Suśr.
⋙ bilvapesī
○pesī f. the dried shell of the BṭBilva fruit Suśr.
⋙ bilvamaṅgala
○maṅgala m. N. of a poet (also called Lilā-śuka) Cat.
-ṭī́ā f. -stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ bilvamadhya
○madhya n. the flesh of the BṭBilva fruit Var. Car.
⋙ bilvamātra
○mātra n. the weight of a BṭBilva fruit Suśr.
• mfn. having the weight or size of a Bilva fruit ib. ŚārṅgP.
⋙ bilvavana
○vana n. a wood of Bilva trees
⋙ bilvamāhātmya
○mâhātmya n. N. of wk. (also bilva-vṛkṣa-, bilvâtavii-, and bilvâdri-m○)
⋙ bilvāntara
bilvântara m. a species of tree Bhpr.
⋙ bilvāmraka
bilvâmraka m. or n. (?) N. of a place on the Revā or Narmadā river
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ bilvāraṇyamāhātmya
bilvâraṇya-māhātmya n
⋙ bilvāṣṭaka
bilvâṣṭaka n. and N. of, wks
⋙ bilveśvaramāhātmya
bilvêśvara-māhātmya n. N. of, wks
⋙ bilvodakeśvara
bilvôda-kêśvara m. N. of a temple of Śiva Hariv.
⋙ bilvopaniṣad
bilvôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
≫ bilvaka
bilvaka m. N. of a serpent. demon MBh.
• N. of a place of pilgrimage ib. (cf. bailvaki)
• a crab L.
≫ bilvakīyā
bilvakīyā f. a place planted with Bilva trees, g. naḍâdi (cf. bailvaka)
≫ bilvala
bilvala n. N. of a town L.
bilāla
bilāla m.= birāla, a cat L.
bilintha
bilinthá (?) Suparṇ. xv, 2
biliśa
bilíśa m. or n. (?) = baḍisa, a fish hook or the bait on it Suparṇ. xvii, 2
bilhaṇa
bilhaṇa m. N. of a minister and poet Vcar. Rājat.
• of other authors (also -deva) Cat.
⋙ bilhaṇakāvya
○kāvya n
⋙ bilhaṇacaritra
○caritra n
⋙ bilhaṇapañcāśikā
○pañcāśikā f
⋙ bilhaṇaśataka
○śataka n
⋙ bilhaṇīya
bilhaḍṇīya n. N. of wks. [Page 732, Column 2]
biś
biś (or viś), cl. 1. P. beśati, to go Dhātup. xvii, 71 (= √pis, q.v.)
biśa
biśa biṣa wṛ. for bisa
biśāyaka
biśāyaka (or viś○), m. a species of Euphorbia L. (cf. bitâkara)
biṣkala
biṣkala m. a tame hog (noted for its fecundity) L.
• (ā), f. parturient, a woman in travail AV.
bis
bis (or vis), cl. 4. bisyati, to go, move Naigh. ii, 14
• to split or grow Nir. ii, 24
• to urge on, incite Dhātup. xxvi, 108
• to cast, throw Vop.
≫ bisa
bísa n. (m. only Hariv. 15445
• also written viisa
• ifc. f. ā) a shoot or sucker, the film or fibre of the water-lily or lotus, also the stalk itself or that part of it which is underground (eaten as a delicacy) RV. &c. &c
• the whole lotus plant MBh. xii, 7974
⋙ bisakaṇṭhikā
○kaṇṭhikā f. and a kind of small crane L.
⋙ bisakaṇṭhin
○kaṇṭhin m. a kind of small crane L.

bisakisalayacchedapatheyavat3bísa--kisalaya-ccheda-pátheyavat mfn. having pieces of fibres of young lotus as provisions for a journey Megh.
⋙ bisakusuma
○kusuma n. a lotus-flower L.
⋙ bisakhā
○khā́ mfn. one who digs up fibres of lotus-roots RV.
⋙ bisakhādikā
○khādikā f. 'eating lotus-fibres', N. of a play or sport L.
⋙ bisagranthi
○granthi m. a knot on a lotus-stalk MBh. (used for filtering or clearing water Suśr.)
• a partic. disease of the eyes Suśr.
⋙ bisaja
○ja n. a lotus-flower L.
⋙ bisatantu
○tantu m. a lotus-fibre MBh.
-maya mf(ī)n. made of lotus-flower Daś. Kād.
⋙ bisanabhi
○nábhi f. the lotus-plant (padminī) L.
⋙ bisanasikā
○násikā f. a kind of crane L. (cf. -kaṇṭhikā)
⋙ bisapuṣpa
○puṣpa (cf. W.),
⋙ bisaprasūna
○prasūna (cf. Śiś.), n. a lotus-flower
⋙ bisamṛṇala
○mṛṇála n. a lotus-fibre MBh. Suśr.
⋙ bisalatā
○latā f. the lotus-plant Sṛiṅgār.
⋙ bisavati
○vati (bísa-), f. a place abounding in lotus-fibres ŚBr.
⋙ bisavartman
○vartman n. a partic. disease of the eyes, Suśr. (cf. -granthi)
⋙ bisaśālūka
○śālūka m. (!) a lotus-√cf. L
⋙ bisākara
bisâkara or m. a species of Euphorbia L.
⋙ ara
ára m. a species of Euphorbia L.
⋙ bisābharaṇa
bisâbharaṇa n. an ornament made of lotus-fibres, Śak.
⋙ bisorṇā
bisôrṇā f. = bisa-mṛṇāla Āpast.
≫ bisala
bisala n. a sprout, bud, young shoot L.
≫ bisinī
bisinī f. a lotus (the whole plant) or an assemblage of lotus-flowers Kāv. Kathās.
⋙ bisinīpattra
○pattra n. a lotus-leaf. ML.
≫ bisila
bisila mfn. (fr. bisa), g. kāśâdi
bihlaṇa
bihlaṇa incorrect for bilhaṇa
bīja
bī́ja n. (also written viija, of doubtful origin
• ifc. f. ā) seed (of plants), semen (of men and animals), seed-corn, grain RV. &c. &c
• a runner (of the Indian fig-tree) Vcar.
• any germ, element, primary cause or principle, source, origin (ifc. = caused or produced by, sprung from) ChUp. MBh. Kāv. &c
• the germ or origin of any composition (as of a poem, of the plot of a drama, of a magical formula &c.) R. BhP. Daśar. Pratāp.
• calculation of original or primary germs, analysis, algebra Col.
• truth (as the seed or cause of being) L.
• anything serving as a receptacle or support (= ālambana), Yogaś
• the mystical letter or syllable which forms the essential part of the Mantra of any deity RTL. 197 &c
• the position of the arms of a child at birth BhP.
• quicksilver (?) Sūryas.
• marrow L.
• m. = bijaka, the citron tree Āryabh.
⋙ bījakartṛ
○kartṛ m. 'producer of seed', N. of Śiva Śivag.
⋙ bījakāṇḍaprarohin
○kāṇḍaprarohin (cf. Mn. i, 46) and mfn. springing from a seed or from the (slip or portion taken from a) stalk,
⋙ bījakāṇḍaruha
○kāṇḍa-ruha (i, 48), mfn. springing from a seed or from the (slip or portion taken from a) stalk,
⋙ bījakṛt
○kṛt n. 'producing semen', an aphrodisiac L.
⋙ bījakośa
○kośa m. N. of a Tantra
• = (ī), f. a seed-vessel (esp. of the lotus) L.
• a pod L.
○śóddhāra m. N. of wk
⋙ bījakriyā
○kriyā f. the operation of analysis, algebraic solution Col.
⋙ bījagaṇita
○gaṇita n. calculation of primary causes, analysis, algebra
• N. of the 2nd part of Bhās-kara's Siddhântaśiromaṇi
-prabodha m. ○tôdāharaṇa n. N. of Comms. on it
⋙ bījagarbha
○garbha m. Trichosanthes Dioeca L.
⋙ bījagupti
○gupti f. 'seed-protector', a pod L.
⋙ bījacintāmaṇitantra
○cíntāmaṇi-tantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ bījatas
○tas ind. from or according to seed W.
⋙ bījatva
○tva n. the being an origin or cause, causality Nīlak.
⋙ bījadarśaka
○darśaka m. explainer of the germ or plot of a play', a stage. manager L.
⋙ bījadravya
○dravya n. primary or original matter Bhpr.
⋙ bījadhānī
○dhānī f. N. of a river R.
⋙ bījadhānya
○dhānya n. coriander L.
⋙ bījanātha
○nātha See baijanātha
⋙ bījanighaṇṭu
○nighaṇṭu m. N. of wk
⋙ bījanirvāpaṇa
○nirvāpaṇa n. scattering or sowing seed Pañcat.
⋙ bījanyāsa
○nyāsa m. (in dram.) the laying down or making known the germ of a plot Daśar. = -pallava m. or n. (?) N. of Comm. on Bijag.
⋙ bījapādapa
○pādapa m. Semecarpus Anacardium L. [Page 732, Column 3]
⋙ bījapura
○pura wṛ. for -pūra
⋙ bījapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. the progenitor of a tribe or family MW.
⋙ bījapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. N. of various plants ( = madana and maruvaka) L.
⋙ bījapuṣpikā
○puṣpikā f. Andropogon Saccharatus L.
⋙ bījapūra
○pūra m. (cf. Suśr.),
⋙ bījapūraka
○pūraka m. (cf. MBh. R. &c.),
⋙ bījapūrī
○pūrī f. (cf. Pañcad.),
⋙ bījapūrṇa
○pūrṇa m. (Suśr.) 'seedfilled', a citron, Citrus Medica
• (○ra, or ○raka), n. a citron Kathās.
○ra-rasa n. citron-juice Suśr.
⋙ bījapeśika
○peśika f. 'semen-receptacle', the scrotum L.
⋙ bījaprada
○prada m. 'yielding or sowing seed', a generator Bhag.
⋙ bījaprabhava
○prabháva m. the power of the seed Mn. x, 72
⋙ bījapraroha
○praroha (Kap.),
⋙ bījaprarohin
○praroḍhin (cf. Mn.), mfn. growing from seed
⋙ bījaphalaka
○phalaka m. Citrus Medica L.
⋙ bījabhūta
○bhūta mfn. being or forming the sṭseed Mn. MBh.
⋙ bījamati
○mati f. (in alg.) a mind capable of analysis or of comprehending causes Col.
⋙ bījamantra
○mantra n. N. of a mystical syllable of a Mantra (cf. above) W.
⋙ bījamātṛkā
○mātṛkā f. the seed-vessel of the lotus L.
⋙ bījamatra
○mátra n. only as much as is required for seed i.e. for the procreation of offspring or for the preservation of a family MBh. R. Pañcat.
• N. of RV. ix Bṛih.
⋙ bījamuktāvalī
○muktâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ bījamuṣṭi
○muṣṭi m. or f. a handful of seed R.
⋙ bījayajña
○yajña m. 'seed-offering', N. of a partic. allegorical sacrifice MBh.
⋙ bījaratna
○ratna m. 'having gems of seed' a kind of bean MW.
⋙ bījaruha
○ruha mfn. growing from seed Mn.
• m. grain, corn W.
○hā-√kṛ Gaṇar. ii, 98
⋙ bījarecana
○recana n. Croton Jamalgota L.
⋙ bījalīlāvatī
○līlāvatī f. N. of wk. -1
⋙ bījavat
○vat ind. like seed MBh. -2
⋙ bījavat
○vat mfn. possessing seed, provided with seed or grain Mn. ĀśvGṛ.
⋙ bījavapana
○vapana n. sowing seed PārGṛ.
⋙ bījavara
○vara m. 'best of grains', Phaseolus Radiatus L.
⋙ bījavāpa
○vāpa m. a sower L.
• sowing
-gṛhya n. N. of wk
⋙ bījavāpin
○vāpin m. 'sowing seed', a sower L.
⋙ bījavahaṇa
○váhaṇa m. 'seedbearer', N. of Siva, Śivag.
⋙ bījavivṛti
○vivṛti f. N. of Comm. on Bījag. (also ○ti-kalpalatâvatāra, m.)
⋙ bījavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. Terminalia Tomeutosa L.
⋙ bījaśeṣamātra
○śeṣa-mātra n. nothing but seed as a remainder
⋙ bījasaṃhṛtimat
○saṃhṛtimat mfn. containing the germ and catastrophe (of a play) Sāh.
⋙ bījasaṃcaya
○saṃcaya m. a heap or collection of seed or grain MW.
⋙ bījasū
○sū f. 'bringing forth seed', the earth L.
⋙ bījasektṛ
○sektṛ m. 'sprinkler of seed', a generator Kull. on Mn. ix, 51
⋙ bījaharā
○harā or f. 'taking away seed', N. of a witch (daughter of Duhsaha) MārkP.
⋙ bījahāriṇī
○hāriṇī f. 'taking away seed', N. of a witch (daughter of Duhsaha) MārkP.
⋙ bījākṣara
bījâkṣara n. the first syllable of a Mantra or spell L.
⋙ bījāṅkura
bījâṅkura m. a seedshoot, seedling Kum. Pañcat.
• N. of Comms. on Bījag. and Līl.
• du. seed and sprout BhP.
-nyāya m. the rule of seed and sprout (where two things stand to each other in the relation of cause and effect) A.
-vat ind. (in phil.) like the continuous succession of sṭseed and sprout MW.
⋙ bījāñjali
bījâñjali m. a handful of s. or grain Mṛicch. Bījâḍhya. m. 'abounding in seed', Citrus Medica Suśr.
⋙ bījādhyakṣa
bījâdhyakṣa m. 'presiding over sṭseed', N. of Śiva Śivag.
⋙ bījāpahāriṇī
bījâpahāriṇī f. = bijaharā MārkP.
⋙ bījābhidhāna
bījâbhidhāna n. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ bījāmita
bījâmita n. the fruit of Spondias Mangifera L.
⋙ bījārṇavatantra
bījârṇava-tantra n. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ bījārtha
bījârtha mfn. desirous of seed i.e. of procreation Āpast.
⋙ bījāśva
bījâśva m. 'seed-horse', a stallion Rājat.
⋙ bījotkṛṣṭa
bījôtkṛṣṭa wṛ. for next
⋙ bījotkraṣṭṛ
bījôtkraṣṭṛ m. one who picks out (a few good) grains (to make a person think the rest is equally good) Mn. ix, 291
⋙ bījodaka
bījôdaka n. 'grain-(like) water', hail L.
⋙ bījodāharaṇabālabodhini
bījôdāharaṇa-bāla-bodhini f. and N. of wks. on alg
⋙ bījopanayana
bījôpanayana n. N. of wks. on alg
⋙ bījopti
bījôpti f. sowing seed
-cakra n. a kind of astrol. diagram for indicating good or bad luck following on the sowing of seed MW.
-vidhi m. the manner of sowing seed ib.
≫ bījaka
bījaka n. seed Suśr.
• a list HPariś.
• m. Citrus Medica R. Hariv. &c
• a citron or lemon Suśr.
• Terminalia Tomentosa L.
• the position of the arms of a child at birth Suśr. Bhpr.
• N. of a poet
≫ bījaryā
bījaryā ind. (with √kṛ) Gaṇar. ii, 98 (cf. bīja-ruhā-√kṛ)
≫ bījala
bījala mfn. furnished with seed or grain, seedy L. (cf. baijala)
≫ bījā
bījā ind. by or with seed, sowing with seed W.
⋙ bījākara
○kara (or ○jâk○?), m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ bījākṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti. to sow with seed, sow Pāṇ. 5-4, 58 (others 'to harrow after sowing')
⋙ bījākṛta
○kṛta mfn. (a field) ploughed or harrowed after sowing (cf. prec.) W.
≫ bījika
bījika mfn. seedy, abounding in seeds, g. kumudâdi
≫ bījita
bījita mfn. sown with seed, having for seed W.
≫ bījin
bījin mfn. bearing seed, seedy (as a plant), Sulr
• (ifc.) being of the race or blood of (e.g. rāja-b○, q.v.) Rājat.
• m. the owner or giver of seed, the real progenitor (as opp. to kṣetrin, the nominal father or merely the husband of a woman) Mn. ix, 51 &c. Gaut. [Page 733, Column 1]
• any begetter, father L.
• the sun L.
≫ bījya
bījya mfn. sprung or produced from seed W.
• descended from a good family Gal.
• (ifc.) sprung from or belonging to the family of. L. (cf. mahā-b○ and g. gav-ādi)
bībh
bībh cl. 1.Ā. bībhate, to boast Dhātup. x, 21 (cf. Vop. cībh)
bībhatsa
bībhatsa mf(ā)n. (fr. Desid. of √bādh) loathsome, disgusting, revolting, hideous ŚāṅkhBr. ŚrS. MBh. &c
• loathing, detesting L.
• envious, cruel, wicked L.
• changed or estranged in mind L.
• m. disgust, abhorrence
• (with rasa) the sentiment of disgust (one of the 8 Rasas, q.v.) Daśar. Sāh.
• N. of Arjuna L.
• (ā́), f. loathing, abhorrence VS. (cf. á-b○)
• n. anything loathsome or hideous, a hideous sight Mālatīm.
-karman mfn. doing loathsome or wicked things (as an abusive word) Mcar.
-tā f. loathsomeness, detestableness MBh.
• prab
⋙ tsaka
tsaka m. N. of a man Mudr.
⋙ tsu
ḍtsú mfn. loathing, detesting, feeling disgust or repugnance RV. AV. Kauś.
• reserved, coy (said of a woman) RV. i, 164, 8
• m. N. of Arjuna MBh.
bīriṭa
bīriṭa m. a crowd, multitude RV. vii, 39, 2 ('air' Nir. v, 27)
bīriṇa
bīriṇa See dúr-biriṇa and cf. viirṇa
bīśa
bīśa See páḍ-bīśa
buk
buk ind. an onomat. word
⋙ bukkāra
○kāra m. the roaring of a lion, cry of any animal L.
buka
buka m. = hāsya, laughter Gaṇar.
• (also written vuka) Agati Grandiflora Bhpr.
≫ bukin
bukin mfn. g. prêkṣâdi
bukk
bukk cl. 1. 10. P. bukkati, bukkayati, to bark, yelp, sound, talk Dhātup. v, 4
• xxxiii, 39 (Kaś. also 'to give pain')
≫ bukka
bukka mf(ā or ī)n. the heart L. (ā f. Mcar.)
• m. a goat L.
• the Ricinus plant L.
• N. of a prince (who reigned at Vidyā-nagara 1359-79 and was the patron of Sāyaṇa
• he is also called bukka-bhūpati, -mahīpati, -rāja, -rāya, and bukkaṇa) Nyāyam. Col. Cat.
• m. and f. = samaya (wṛ. for hṛdaya?) L.
⋙ bukkāgramāṃsa
bukkâgramāṃsa n. the heart L. (prob. a wrong blending of bukkā and agramâṃsa)
≫ bukkan
bukkan m. the heart L.
≫ bukkana
bukkana n. the bark of a dog or any noise made by animals L.
bukkasa
bukkasa m. a Caṇḍāla L. (cf. pukkasa)
• (ī), f. the indigo plant L.
• = kālī (black colour?) L.
buṅg
buṅg (or vuṅg), cl. 1. P. buṅgati, to forsake, abandon Dhātup. v, 52
buṭ
buṭ cl. 1. 10. P. boṭati, boṭayati, to hurt, kill Dhātup. xxxii, 116 (cf. Vop.)
buḍ
buḍ cl. 6. P. buḍati, to cover, conceal Dhātup. xxviii, 101 (vḷ. for cuḍ)
• to emit, discharge ib. 90 (vḷ. for puḍ)
buḍabuḍa
buḍabuḍa ind. an onomat. word imitative of the bubbling sound made by the sinking of an object in water HPariś. (cf. budbuda). buḍila m. N. of a man GopBr.
bud
bud cl. 1. P. Ā. bodati, ○te, to perceive, learn Dhātup. xxi, 12 (cf. bund and budh)
buddha
buddha buddhi, See cols. 2 and 3
budbuda
budbuda m. (onotnat
• cf. buḍabuḍa) a bubble (often as a symbol of anything transitory) RV. (cf. comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c. (ifc. f. ā)
• an ornament or decoration resembling a bubble L.
• an embryo five days old Nir. BhP. (n.) Suśr.
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh.
• n. a partic. disease of the eye, SuŚr
⋙ budbudatva
○tva n. the being a (mere) bubble (as an embryo) MārkP.
⋙ budbudayāśu
○yāśu (○dá-), mfn. one whose semen is a (mere) bubble impotent RV. x, 155, 4
⋙ budhudākāratā
budhudâkāratā f. the form or nature of a (mere) bubble A.
⋙ budbudākṣa
budbudâkṣa mfn. one who has partic. disease of the eyes L.
budh
budh cl.: P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup.xxi, 11) bôdhati, ○te
• cl. 4. Ā. (xxvi, 63) búdhyate (ep. also P. ○ti
• pf. P. bubodha MBh.
• Subj. id búbodhati RV.
• Ā. bub4udhé, p. bubudhāná ib.
• aor. P. Subj. bodhiṣat ib. [Page 733, Column 2]
• Impv. bodhi ib.
• Ā. 3 pl. abudhram, ○ran
• p. budhāná ib., Subj. budhánta ib.
○abhutsi ib.
• Prec. Ā. bhutsīṣṭa Pāṇ. 1-2, 11 Sch.
• fut. bhotsyati, ○te Br. &c
boddhā Gr
• ind. p. buddhvā Yājñ. MBh.
-budhya Br. &c
• inf. búdhe Br.
budhí RV.
boddhum MBh. &c.), to wake, wake up, be awake RV. &c. &c
• to recover consciousness (after a swoon) Kāvyâd. Bhaṭṭ. (aor. Pass. abodhi)
• to observe, heed, attend to (with acc. or gen.) RV.
• to perceive, notice, learn, understand, become or be aware of or acquainted with RV. &c. &c
• to think of i.e. present a person ('with', instr.) RV. iv, 15, 7 ; vii, 21, I
• to know to be, recognize as (with two acc.) MBh. R. &c
• to deem, consider or regard as (with two acc.) R. Kathās.: Pass. budhyate (aor. abodhi), to be awakened or restored to consciousness
• See above : Caus. bodháyati, ○te (aor. abūbudhat
• Pass. bodhyate), to wake up, arouse, restore to life or consciousness RV. &c. &c
• to revive the scent (of a perfume) VarBṛS.
• to cause (a flower) to expand Kāv.
• to cause to observe or attend, admonish, advise RV. &c. &c
• to make a person acquainted with, remind or inform of. impart or communicate anything to (with two acc.) MBh. Kāv. &c.: Desid. bubhutsati, ○te (Gr. also bubodhiṣati, ○te, and bubudhiṣati, ○te), to wish to observe, desire to become acquainted with Nyāyas. BhP.: Desid. of Caus., bibodhayiṣu and bubodhayiṣu: Intens. bobudhīti (Gr. also bobudhyate, boboddhi), to have an insight into, understand thoroughly (with acc.) Subh. [Cf. Zd. bud ; Gk. ? for (?) in ?, ?, Slav. [b˘ud˘eti], [733, 2] [b˘udr˘u] ; Lith. bud1éti, budrús ; Goth. biudan ; Germ. biotan, bieten ; Angl. Sax béodan ; Eng. bid.]
≫ buddha
buddha mfn. awakened, awake MBh.
• expanded, blown SāmavBr.
• conscious, intelligent, clever, wise (opp. to mūḍha) MBh. Kāv. &c
• learnt, known, understood Āpast. MBh. ('by', usually instr., but also gen. according to Pāṇ. 2-2, 12 ; 3, 67 Sch.)
• m. a wise or learned man, sage W.
• (with Buddhists) a fully enlightened man who has achieved perfect knowledge of the truth and thereby is liberated from all existence and before his own attainment of Nirvāṇa reveals the method of obtaining it, (esp.) the principal Buddha of the present age (born at Kapila-vastu about the year 500 B.C. his father, Śuddhodana, of the Śākya tribe or family, being the Rāja of that district, and his mother, Māyā-devii, being the daughter of Rāja Su-prabuddha MWB. 19 &c
• hence he belonged to the Kshatriya caste and his original name Śākya-muni or Śākya-siṃha was really his family name, while that of Gautama was taken from the race to which his family belonged
• for his other names See ib. 23
• he is said to have died when he was 80 years of age, prob. about 420 B.C. ib. 49, n. 1
• he was preceded by 3 mythical Buddhas of the present Kalpa, or by 24, reckoning previous Kalpa, or according to others by 6 principal Buddhas ib. 136
• sometimes he is regarded as the 9th incarnation of Vishṇu Hariv. Kāv. Var. &c.)
• n. knowledge BhP. (B. buddhi)
⋙ buddhakapālinī
○kapālinī f. N. of one of the 6 goddesses of magic Dharmas. 13, n
⋙ buddhakāpa
○kāpa m. N. of the present Buddha era (which has already had 4 Buddhas, Gautama being the fourth)

buddhakāyavarṇapariniṣpattyabhinirhārā3buddha--kāya-varṇa-pariniṣpatty-abhinirhārā f. a partic. Dhāraṇī L.
⋙ buddhakṣetra
○kṣetra n. Buddha's district, the country in which a Buddha appears Kāraṇḍ.
-pariśodhaka n. N. of one of the 3 kinds of Praṇidhāna Dharmas. 112
-varalocana n. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ buddhagayā
○gayā f. Buddha's Gays, N. of a sacred place near Gaya (in Behār), where Gautama Buddha and all the other Buddha are said to have attained to true wisdom MWB. 31 &c
⋙ buddhagupta
○gupta m. (prob.) wṛ. for budha-g○
⋙ buddhaguru
○guru m. a Buddhist spiritual teacher MW.
⋙ buddhaghoṣa
○ghoṣa m. N. of a Buddhist scholar (who lived at the beginning of the 5th century AḌ
• the name is not found in Sanskṛit works) MWB. 65 &c
⋙ buddhacakṣus
○cakṣus n', Buddha's eye', N. of one of the 5 sorts of vision Dharmas. 66
⋙ buddhacarita
○carita n. 'the acts of Buddha', N. of a Kāvya by Aśva-ghosha
⋙ buddhacaritra
○caritra n. Buddha's history, narrative of Buddha's life, N. of wk
⋙ buddhacarya
○carya n. Buddha's acts or life Buddh.
⋙ buddhacchāyā
○cchāyā f. Buddha shadow ib.
⋙ buddhajñāna
○jñāna n. Buddha's knowledge ib.
-śrī m. N. of a Buddhist scholar ib.
⋙ buddhatva
○tva n. the condition or rank of a Buddha Kathās.
⋙ buddhadatta
○datta m. given by Buddha', N. of a minister of king Caṇḍa-mahāsena ib.
⋙ buddhadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of a scholar Buddh.
⋙ buddhadiś
○diś (?), m. N. of a prince ib.
⋙ buddhadeva
○deva m. N. of a man ib. [Page 733, Column 3]
⋙ buddhadravya
○dravya n. Buddha's property', (prob.) the relics deposited in a Stūpa (= staupika) L.
• avarice, miserly accumulation of wealth (?) W.
⋙ buddhadvādaśīvrata
○dvādaśī-vrata n. a partic. observance
• N. of ch. of VarP.
⋙ buddhadharma
○dharma m. Buddha's law Buddh.
• Buddha's marks or peculiarities ib.
⋙ buddhasaṃgha
○saṃgha m. pl. Buddha, the law, and the monkhood MW.
⋙ buddhanandi
○nandi (?), m. N. of the 8th Buddhist patriarch Buddh.
⋙ buddhanirmāṇa
○nirmāṇa m. a magic figure of Buddha Divyâv.
⋙ buddhapakṣa
○pakṣa (?), m. N. of a king Buddh.
⋙ buddhapāla
○pāla m. N. of a man ib.
⋙ buddhapālita
○pālita m. N. of a disciple of Nāgârjuna, ib.
⋙ buddhapiṇḍī
○piṇḍī f. a mass of Buddhas Divyâv.
⋙ buddhapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. Buddha's Purāṇa, N. of Parāśra's Laghu-lalita-vistara
⋙ buddhabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa and m. N. of 2 men Buddh.
⋙ buddhabhadra
○bhadra m. N. of 2 men Buddh.
⋙ buddhabhūmi
○bhūmi m. N. of a Buddhist Sūtra wk. (also -sūtra n.)
⋙ buddhamantra
○mantra n. a Buddhist prayer or charm (= dhāraṇī) L.
⋙ buddhamārga
○mārga m. Buddha's way or doctrine Buddh.
⋙ buddhamitra
○mitra m. N. of the 9th Buddhist patriarch (who was a disciple of Vasu-bandhu) ib.
⋙ buddharakṣita
○rakṣita m. guarded by BṭBuddha', N. of a man ib.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman, Mālatīm
⋙ buddharāja
○rāja m. N. of a king Buddh.
⋙ buddhavacana
○vacana n. 'Buddha's word', the Buddhist Sūtras ib.
⋙ buddhavat
○vat (buddhá-), mfn. containing a form of √budh ŚBr.
⋙ buddhavanagiri
○vana-giri m. N. of a mountain Buddh.
⋙ buddhavapurdhārin
○vapur-dhārin mfn. bearing the body or form of Buddha Cat.
⋙ buddhaviṣaya
○viṣaya m. = -kṣetra
○yâvatāra m. N. of wk
⋙ buddhasaṃgīti
○saṃgīti f. N. of wk
⋙ buddhasiṃha
○síṃha m. N. of a man Buddh.
⋙ buddhasena
○sena m. N. of a king ib.
⋙ buddhāgama
buddhâgama m. Buddha's doctrine (personified) Prab.
⋙ buddhāṇḍaka
buddhâṇḍaka wṛ. for buddhâiḍūka, q.v
⋙ buddhānusmṛti
buddhânusmṛti f. continual meditation on Buddha Lalit.
• N. of a Buddhist Sūtra
⋙ buḍdhānta
buḍdhântá m. waking condition, the being awake ŚBr.
⋙ buddhālaṃkārādhiṣṭhitā
buddhâlaṃkārâdhiṣṭhitā f. a partic. Dhāraṇi L.
⋙ buddhāvataṃsaka
buddhâvataṃsaka m. or n. (?) N. of wk
⋙ buddhāvatāra
buddhâvatāra m. 'Buddha's descent', N. of ch. of the Khaṇda-praśasti (q.v.)
⋙ buddhaiḍūka
buddhâiḍūka m. a temple in which relics of Buddha are preserved (= caitya) L.
⋙ buddhoktasaṃsārāmaya
buddhôktasaṃsārâmaya m. N. of wk
⋙ buddhopāsaka
buddhôpâsaka m. (ikā, f.) a worshipper of Buddha Mṛicch.
≫ buddhaka
buddhaka m. N. of a poet Cat.
≫ buddhi
buddhi f. the power of forming and retaining conceptions and general notions, intelligence, reason, intellect, mind, discernment, judgment Mn. MBh. &c
• perception (of which 5 kinds are enumerated, or with manas 6
• cf. indriya, buddhī7ndriya)
• comprehension, apprehension, understanding Sāh.
• (with ātnanaḥ, or buddhir brāhmī) knowledge of one's self. psychology Car.
• (in Sāṃkhya phil.) Intellect (= adhy-avasāya, the intellectual faculty or faculty of mental perception, the second of the 25 Tattvas
• cf. buddhi-tattva) IW. 80 &c
• presence of mind, ready wit Pañcat. Hit.
• an opinion, view, notion, idea, conjecture MBh. Kāv. &c
• thought about or meditation on (loc. or comp.), intention, purpose, design ib. (buddhyā, with the intention of. designedly, deliberately
anugraha-b○, with a view to i.e. in order to show favour
buddhiṃ-√kṛ or pra-√kṛ, to make up one's mind, resolve, decide, with loc., dat., acc. with prati, or inf.)
• impression, belief. notion (often ifc. = considering as, taking for) Kāv. Kathās. Pur. Hit.
• right opinion, correct or reasonable view R. Ragh.
• a kind of metre L.
• N. of the 5th astrol' mansion VarBṛS. Sch.
• Intelligence personified (as a daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma and mother of Bodha) MBh. Pur.
• N. of a woman, HParil
⋙ buddhikara
○kara m. (with śukla) N. of an author Cat.
⋙ buddhikāmā
○kāmā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attendant on Skanda MBh.
⋙ buddhikārī
○kārī f. N. of a princess Kathās.
⋙ buddhikṛt
○kṛt mfn. (ifc.) one who forms the notion of, supposing, conjecturing Kathās.
⋙ buddhikṛta
○kṛta mfn. acted wisely MBh.
⋙ buddhigamya
○gamya or mfn. to be apprehended by the intellect, intelligible MBh.
⋙ buddhigrāhya
○grāhya mfn. to be apprehended by the intellect, intelligible MBh.
⋙ buddhicintaka
○cintaka mfn. one who thinks wisely R.
⋙ buddhicchāyā
○cchāyā f. reflex action of the understanding on the soul Sarvad.
⋙ buddhicyuta
○cyuta mfn. one who has lost his intellect MW.
⋙ buddhijīvin
○jīvin mfn. subsisting by intelligence, rational, intelligent Mn. i, 96
⋙ buddhitattva
○tattva n. the intellectual faculty or principle (the 2nd of the 8 Prakṛitayab or 'producers' in the Sāṃkhya, coming next to and proceeding from Mūla-prakṛiti or A-vyakta), Siddhāntai. (cf. IW. 83)
⋙ buddhitas
○tas ind. from or by the mind MW.
⋙ buddhidevī
○devī f. N. of a princess L.
⋙ buddhidyūta
○dyūta n. 'intellectgame', game at chess Pañcad.
⋙ buddhipura
○pura n. city of the intellect
-māhātmya n. N. of ch. of BrahmâṇḍaP. -puraḥ-sara mfn. = next MW. =
⋙ buddhipūrva
○pūrva mf(ā)n. preceded by design, premeditated, intentional, wilful R. Kād.
• (am), ind. intentionally, purposely Āpast. MBh. [Page 734, Column 1]
⋙ buddhipūrvaka
○pūrvaka mfn. (and ○kam ind.) = prec. MBh. Pañcat. (-tva n. Nīlak.)
⋙ buddhipradāna
○pradāna n. the giving a commission TBr. Sch.
⋙ buddhipradīpa
○pradīpa m. N. of wk
⋙ buddhiprabha
○prabha m. N. of a king Kathās.
⋙ buddhiprāgalbhī
○prāgalbhī f. soundness of judgment Pañcat.
⋙ buddhibala
○bala n. a partic. kind of play Siṃhâs.
⋙ buddhibhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. possessing intelligence, wise W.
⋙ buddhibheda
○bheda (cf. Bhag.),
⋙ buddhibhrama
○bhrama (cf. MW.), m. disturbance or aberration of mind
⋙ buddhimat
○mat mfn. endowed with understanding, intelligent, learned, wise GṛŚrS. MBh. &c
• humble, docile W.
• famed, known (?) ib.
• m. a rational being, man ib.
• the large shrike L.
-tara mfn. more or very intelligent R.
-tā f. (cf. MW.), -tva n. (cf. Kām.) intelligence, wisdom
⋙ buddhimatikā
○matikā f. N. of a woman, Veṇis
⋙ buddhimaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting in intellect MBh.
⋙ buddhimoha
○moha m. confusion of mind R.
⋙ buddhiyukta
○yukta mfn. endowed with understanding, intelligent MW.
⋙ buddhiyoga
○yoga mḍevotion of the intellect, intellectual union with the Supreme Spirit ib.
-maya mf(ī)n. consisting in or sprung from it MBh.
⋙ buddhirāja
○rāja m. (with samrāj) N. of an author Cat.
⋙ buddhilakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. a sign of intellect or wisdom, A.
⋙ buddhilāghava
○lāghava n. lightness or levity of judgment R.
⋙ buddhivara
○vara m. N. of a minister of Vikramâditya Kathās.
⋙ buddhivarjita
○varjita mfn. destitute of understanding, foolish, ignorant ib.
⋙ buddhivāda
○vāda m. N. of wk
⋙ buddhividhvaṃsaka
○vidhvaṃsaka mfn. destroying consciousness or reason Bhpr.
⋙ buddhivināśa
○vināśa m. loss of understanding, deficiency of intellect Hit.
⋙ buddhivirodhin
○virodhin m. N. of a man Dhūrtan.
⋙ buddhivilāsa
○vilāsa m. play of the mind or fancy MW.
• N. of wk
⋙ buddhivilāsinī
○vilāsinī f. N. of Comm. on Līlāv
⋙ buddhivivardhana
○vivardhana mfn. increasing the understanding Mn.
⋙ buddhiviṣaya
○viṣaya m. a matter apprehensible by reason MW.
⋙ buddhivisphuraṇa
○visphuraṇa m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ buddhivṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. growth or development of intellect, growth of understanding or wisdom (-kara mfn. producing it) Mn. iv. 19
• m. N. of a disciple of Śaṃkara Cat.
⋙ buddhivaibhava
○vaibhava n. strength or force of understanding MW.
⋙ buddhiśakti
○śakti f. an intellectual faculty L.
⋙ buddhiśarīra
○śarīra m. N. of a man, Kaṭhās
⋙ buddhiśastra
○śastra mfn. armed with understanding Śiś.
⋙ buddhiśālin
○śālin mfn. = -yukta MBh.
⋙ buddhisuddha
○suddha mfn. pure of purpose Kām.
⋙ buddhiśuddhi
○śuddhi f. purification of the mind Vedântas.
⋙ buddhiśrīgarbha
○śrī-garbha m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh.
⋙ buddhiśreṣṭha
○śreṣṭha mfn. best (when effected) by the intellect MBh.
⋙ buddhisaṃkīrṇa
○saṃkīrṇa m. a kind of pavilion Vāstuv.
⋙ buddhisampanna
○sampanna mfn. = -yukta ĀśvGṛ.
⋙ buddhisahāya
○sahāya m. a counsellor minister L.
⋙ buddhisāgara
○sāgara m. 'ocean of wisdom', N. of a man Vet.
⋙ buddhiskandhamaya
○skandha-maya mf(ī)n. one whose trunk or stem is the intellect MBh.
⋙ buddhistha
○stha mfn. fixed in or present to the mind (-tva n.) Hit.
⋙ buddhihīna
○hīna mfn. = -varjita
-tva n. Hit.
⋙ buddhīndriya
buddhīndriya n. an organ of sense or perception (5 in number, viz, eye, ear, nose, tongue, and skin, opp. to, karmêndriyāṇi, q.v
manas, 'the mind' belonging to both
• cf. indriya) Mn. Kap. Suśr. &c. (cf. IW. 84, n. 1)
⋙ buddhyatīta
buddhy-atī7ta mfn. beyond the reach of the understanding MW.
⋙ buddhyadhika
buddhy-adhika mfn. superior in intellect R.
⋙ buddhyavajñāna
buddhy-avajñāna n. disregard or contempt of any one's understanding W.
≫ budh 2
budh mfn. (nom. bhut) awaking (cf. uṣarbúdh)
• intelligent, wise (cf. a-budh)
≫ budha
budha mfn. awaking (cf. uṣar-budha)
• intelligent, clever, wise Mn. MBh. &c
• m. a wise or learned man, sage ib.
• a god L.
• a dog L.
• N. of a descendant of Soma (and hence also called saumya, saumāyana, author of RV. x, 1, and father of Purū-ravas
• identified with the planet Mercury)
• Mercury (regarded as a son of Soma or the moon) PañcavBr. MBh. R. &c. of a descendant of Atri and author of RV. v, 1 Anukr.
• of a son of Vega-vat and father of Tṛiṇa-bindu Pur.
• of various authors Cat.
• (e), ind. on a Wednesday (= budha-vāre) L.
• (ā), f. Nardostachys Jatamansi L.
⋙ budhakauśika
○kauśika m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ budhagupta
○gupta m. N. of a prince (also written buddha-g○) Buddh. -cāra m. N. of a ch. of Bhaṭṭôtpala's Comm. on VarBṛS. and of a ch' of Yavanisvara's Mīna-rajā-jāttaka
⋙ budhajana
○jana m. a wise man W
⋙ budhatāta
○tāta m. Bhaṭṭôtpala's (or the planet Mercury's) father, the moon L.
⋙ budhadarśanacāra
○darśana-cāra m. N. of ch. of Yavanêśvara's Mīna-rāja-jātaka
⋙ budhadina
○dina n. Bhaṭṭôtpala's (or the planet Mercury's) day, Wednesday Cat.
⋙ budhadeśa
○deśa m. N. of a place MW.
⋙ budhanāḍi
○nāḍi f
⋙ budhapūjā
○pūjā f
⋙ budhaprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ budhamanohara
○manohara m. or n
⋙ budharañjiṇī
○rañjiṇī f. N. of wks
⋙ budharatna
○ratna n. 'Bhaṭṭôtpala's gem', an emerald L.
⋙ budhavāra
○vāra m. = -dina L.
⋙ budhaśānti
○śānti f. N. of wk
⋙ budhasānu
○sānu m. = parna or = yajña-puruṣa L. [Page 734, Column 2]
⋙ budhasuta
○suta m. Bhaṭṭôtpala's son', N. of Purū-ravas (the first king of the lunar dynasty) Pur.
⋙ budhasūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of wk
⋙ budhasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of wk
⋙ budhāṣṭamī
budhâṣṭamī f. the 8th (day) of BṭBhaṭṭôtpala', N. of a festival Cat.
-vrata n. -vrata-kāla-nirṇaya m. N. of wks
≫ budhaka
budhaka m. N. of a man Veṇis.
≫ budhanvat
búdhan-vat mfn. containing the √budh TBr.
≫ budhāna
budhāná mfn. awaking, rousing RV. iv, 51, 8, vii, 68, 9
• being heeded (?) ib. iv, 23, 8
• knowing, wise, prudent L.
• one who speaks kindly L.
• m. a sage, spiritual guide, holy teacher L.
≫ budhita
budhita mfn. known, understood W.
≫ budhila
budhila mfn. wise, learned L.
≫ budheya
budheya m. pl. N. of a school of the white Yajur-veda Aryav.
≫ budhya
budhya mfn. See a-budhyá
≫ bubodhayiṣu
bubodhayiṣu mfn. (fr. Desid. of Caus.) wishing to excite the attention, desirous of admonishing MārkP. (cf. bibodhayiṣu)
≫ bubhutsā
bubhutsā f. (fr. Desid.) desire to know, curiosity about (acc. or comp.) BhP. Yājñ. Sch.
⋙ bubhutsita
bubhuḍtsita n. id. BhP.
⋙ bubhutsātsu
○"ṣtsu mfn. wishing to know (acc. or comp.) MBh. Daś. &c
• curious, inquisitive Naish.
• desirous to know everything (said of the gods) MBh.
≫ boddhavya
boddhavya mfn. (√budh) to be attended to or noticed MBh. Kathās.
• to be known or perceived or observed or recognized, perceptible, intelligible Up. MBh. &c
• to be enlightened or admonished or instructed or informed, one who is informed, Palicat. Sāh.
• to be awakened or aroused MW.
• n. (impers.) it is to be watched or be awaked Pañcat. (v. l. pra.b○)
≫ boddhṛ
boddhṛ m. one who perceives or comprehends Sāh.
• one who knows or is versed in (loc. or comp.) ChUp. Yājñ. MBh. &c. (-tva n. Kap.)
≫ bodha
bodhá mfn. knowing, understanding, AshṭāvS. (cf. g. jvalâdi)
• m. waking, becoming or being awake, consciousness AV. MBh. &c
• the opening of blossom, bloom Cat.
• the taking effect (of spells
• acc. with pra-√yā, 'to begin to take effect') ib.
• exciting (a perfume) Var.
• perception, apprehension, thought, knowledge, understanding, intelligence Kāv. Rājat. Pur.
• designation Sāh. Pāṇ. Sch.
• awakening, arousing W.
• making known, informing, instructing MW.
• Knowledge personified as a son of Buddhi Pur.
• N. of a man MārkP. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 107)
• pl. N. of a people MBh.
⋙ bodhakara
○kara mf(ī)n. one who wakens or rouses or teaches or informs W.
• m. 'awakener', a minstrel who wakes a prince in the morning with music L.
⋙ bodhagamya
○gamya mfn. attainable by the intellect, intelligible MW.
⋙ bodhaghanācārya
○ghanâcārya m. N. of a teacher Cat.
⋙ bodhacittavivaraṇa
○citta-vívaraṇa wṛ. for bodhi-c○
⋙ bodhatas
○tas ind. through wisdom or understanding MW.
⋙ bodhadhiṣaṇa
○dhiṣaṇa m. one whose intellect is knowledge BhP.
⋙ bodhapañcadaśikā
○pañcadaśikā f. N. of wk
⋙ bodhapūrvam
○pūrvam ind. knowingly, consciously (a-bodhap○) Śak.
⋙ bodhapṛthvīdhara
○pṛthvīdhara m. N. of a teacher Cat.
⋙ bodhaprakriyā
○prakriyā f. N. of wk
⋙ bodhamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of (pure) knowledge Subh. -rāyâcārya m. (later satyaviira-tīrtha) a modern (1864) high priest of the Mādhva sect Cat.
⋙ bodhavatī
○vatī f. N. of a Surâṅganā, Siṃhas
⋙ bodhavāsara
○vāsara m. 'waking-day', the 11th day in the light half of the month Kārttika (in which Vishṇu awakes from his sleep
• cf. bodhanī) SkandaP.
⋙ bodhavilāsa
○vilāsa m',
⋙ bodhasāra
○sāra m
⋙ bodhasiddhi
○siddhi f
⋙ bodhasudhākara
○sudhâkara m. N. of wks
⋙ bodhātman
bodhâtman m. (with Jainas) the intelligent and sentient soul Col.
⋙ bodhānandaghana
bodhânanda-ghana m. N. of a teacher Cat. (cf. bodha-ghanâcārya)
⋙ bodhāraṇyayati
bodhâraṇya-yati m. N. of the Guru of bhāratī-yati Cat.
⋙ bodhāryā
bodhâryā f. N. of wk
⋙ bodhendra
bodhêndra m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ bodhaikasiddhi
bodhâika-siddhi f. N. of wk
≫ bodhaka
bodhaka mf(ikā)n. awakening, arousing R.
• causing to know, explaining, teaching, instructing, a teacher, instructor Kāv. Vedântas. Sarvad.
• (ifc.) denoting, indicating, signifying (-tva n.) Pāṇ. Sch. Vedântas.
• m. a spy, informer W.
• N. of a man (pl. his descendants) Pravar.
• of a poet Cat.
≫ bodhana
bodhana mf(ī)n. causing to awake or expand (a flower), arousing, exciting R. Hariv. Suśr.
• enlightening, teaching, instructing (cf. bāla-bodhinī)
• m. the planet Mercury W.
• N. of a mountain VP.
• (ī), f. intellect, knowledge L.
• long pepper L.
• = bodha-vāsara PadmaP.
• a partic. Śakti Hcat.
• n. waking, being awake KātyŚr. Suśr.
• perceiving, understanding Ragh.
• causing to wake, awakening, arousing MBh. R. &c
• causing (a spell) to take effect, Cat [Page 734, Column 3]
• calling forth a perfume, burning incense L.
• causing to perceive or understand Sāh.
• instructing, teaching, informing Hariv. Kāv.
• denoting, indicating, signifying Sāh. Pāṇ. Sch.
• 'the awaking of Durgā', N. of a festival on the 9th day of the dark half of the month Bhādra Col.
⋙ bodhanamantra
○mantra m. N. of ch. of PSarv.
≫ bodhanīya
bodhanīya mfn. to be admonished Yājñ. Sch.
• to be known or understood MBh.
• to be made known or explained W.
≫ bodhanmanas
bodhán-manas vḷ. for bodhī7n-m○
≫ bodhayitavya
bodhayitavya mfn. (fr. Caus.) to be made acquainted with, to be informed of (acc.) Prab.
≫ bodhayitṛ
bodhayitṛ́ m. (fr. Caus.) an awakener RV. i, 161, 13
• a teacher, preceptor MW.
≫ bodhayiṣṇu
bodhayiṣṇu mfn. (fr. Caus.) wishing to awaken or to arouse R.
≫ bodhāna
bodhāna mfn. prudent, clever, wise L.
• m. a wise man
• N. of Bṛihas-pati L.
≫ bodhāyana
bodhāyana m. N. of a teacher and author of the Brahma-sūtra-vṛitti (said to have commented also on the Bhagavad-gītā and 10 Upanishads) Cat.
⋙ bodhāyanakalpavivaraṇa
○kalpa-vivaraṇa n
⋙ bodhāyanaprayoga
○prayoga m',
⋙ bodhāyanaśrauta
○śrauta n
⋙ bodhāyanasūtra
○sūtra n. N. of wks. (cf. baudhāyana)
≫ bodhāyanīya
bodhāyanīya n. (and -grikya-mātā f.) N. of wks
• (ā), f. a partic. drug L.
≫ bodhi
bodhi mf. (with Buddhists or Jainas) perfect knowledge or wisdom (by which a man becomes a Buddha or Jina), the illuminated or enlightened intellect (of a Buddha or Jina) Kathās. Rājat. Śatr. Lalit. (cf. MWB. 97, 188 &c.)
• m. the tree of wisdom under which perfect wisdom is attained or under which a man becomes a Buddha, the sacred fig-tree, (Ficus Religiosa) Hcat. (cf. MWB. 35, 181 &c.)
• 'wakener', a cock L.
• N. of a man (= Buddha in a former birth) Jātakam.
• of a mythical elephant Lalit.
• of a place L.
• pl. N. of a people R.
• mfn. learned, wise Uṇ. iv, 117
⋙ bodhicittavivaraṇa
○citta-vivaraṇa n
⋙ bodhicittotpādanaśāstra
○cittôtpādana-śāstra n. N. of wks
⋙ bodhitaru
○taru m. 'tree of wisdom', Ficus Religiosa L. (cf. above)
⋙ bodhida
○da m. (with Jainas) an Arhat L.
⋙ bodhidruma
○druma m. =
⋙ bodhitaru
○taru L.
⋙ bodhidharma
○dharma m. N. of a Buddhist patriarch (whose original name was Bodhi-dhana) L.
⋙ bodhinyāsa
○nyāsa m. N. of wk
⋙ bodhipakṣadharma
○pakṣa-dharma m. a quality belonging to (or a constituent of) perfect intelligence Lalit.
-nirdeśa, mṆ. of wk
⋙ bodhipakṣika
○pakṣika mfn. belonging to perfect intelligence (with dharma, m.= pakṣa-dh○ Dharmas. 43)
⋙ bodhibhadra
○bhadra m. N. of a teacher Buddh.
⋙ bodhimaṇḍa
○maṇḍa m. or n. (?) seat of wisdom (N. of the seats which were said to have risen out of the earth under 4 successive trees where Gautama Buddha attained to perfect wisdom) MWB. 232 (cf. next)
⋙ bodhimaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. N. of the place where Gautama Buddha attained to perfect wisdom Lalit.
⋙ bodhiruci
○ruci m. N. of a scholar Buddh.
⋙ bodhivṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -taru L.
⋙ bodhisaṃghārāma
○saṃghârāma m. N. of a monastery. Buddh.
⋙ bodhisattva
○sattva m. 'one whose essence is perfect knowledge', one who is on the way to the attainment of pṭperfect knowledge (i.e. a Buddhist saint when he has only one birth to undergo before obtaining the state of a supreme Buddha and then Nirvāṇa) Śiś. Kathās. Rājat. Buddh. (the early doctrine had only one Bodhi-sattva, viz. Maitreya
• the later reckoned many more MWB. 134, 188, 189)
• N. of the principal Buddha of the present era (before he became a Buddha) Śiś. Sch. L.
• of a poet Cat.
caryā f. the actions or condition of a Bodhisattva Lalit.
-caryâlvatāra f. N. of wk
-tā f. the state of a Bodhisattva-sṭstate, Bodhi-sattvaship Kathās.
-pakṣa. nirdeśa m. -piṭaka m. or n. -buddhânusmṛtisamādhi m. -bhūmi f. N. of wks
⋙ bodhisaṃcodiṇī
○saṃcodiṇī f. N. of a partic. ray of light Lalit.
-samuccayā f. N. of a Buddh. deity
○tvâṃśa m. part of a Bodhisattva
○tvâvadāna-kalpa-latā f. N. of wks
⋙ bodhisiddhi
○siddhi f. N. of wk
⋙ bodhyaṅga
bodhy-aṅga n. a requisite for attaining perfect knowledge Lalit. (7 in number Divyâv. Dharmas. 49)
-vatī f. a partic. Samādhi L.
≫ bodhita
bodhita mfn. (fr. Caus.) made known, apprised, explained
• informed, instructed
• admonished, reminded MBh. R.
≫ bodhitavya
bodhitavya mfn. to be made known, to be imparted or communicated L. (cf. bodhayitavya)
≫ bodhin
bodhin mfn. (ifc.) intent upon, careful of. MārkP.
• knowing, familiar with Cat.
• causing to know or perceive Sāh.
• awakening, enlightening (cf. jñāna-, tattva-, bāla-bodhinī)
≫ bodhinmanas
bodhín-manas mfn. (according to Padap. fr. bodhit-m○) one whose mind is awake, watchful, attentive RV.
≫ bodhila
bodhila m. (fr. bodhi) N. of a teacher Buddh. [Page 735, Column 1]
≫ bodheya
bodheya m. pl. N. of a Vedic school (cf. addhā-b○ and baudheya)
≫ bodhya
bodhya mfn. to be known or understood, to be regarded or recognized as (nom.) Vedântas. BhP. Sāh. &c
• to be made known Vedântas.
• to be enlightened or instructed Kathās.
• m. N. of a Ṛishi MBh.
⋙ bodhyagītā
○gītā f. N. of MBh. xii, 178
≫ bauddha
bauddha mf(ī)n. (fr. buddhi) being in the mind, mental (= not uttered) Vām. v, 2, 62
• relating to intellect or understanding Sāh.
• (fr. buddha), relating or belonging to Buddha, Buddhist Prab. Rājat. Vedântas. &c. (cf. MWB. 529, t)
⋙ bauddhadaraśana
○daraśana n. Buddhist doctrine, N. of Sarvad. ii
⋙ bauddhadūṣaṇa
○dūṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ bauddhadhikkāra
○dhik-kāra m. N. of wk. (-ātma-tattva-viveka)
gādā-dharī f. -guṇ^āndī f. -dīdhiti f. -rahasya, n. N. of Comms on it
⋙ bauddhamata
○mata n. Buddha doctrine, N. of wk
-dūṣaṇa n. -nivarhaṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ bauddhaśāstra
○śāstra n. Buddha doctrine, N. of wk
⋙ bauddhasaṃgati
○saṃgati f. N. of wk. on Alaṃ-kāra (quoted in Vās.)
≫ baudha
baudha mf(ī)n. relating to Budha or the planet Mercury Sūryas. (with ahan n. day of Mercury, Wednesday Vishṇ.)
• m. patr. of Purū-ravas L.
≫ baudhāyana
baudhāyana m. patr. of an ancient teacher (author of Gṛihya-, Dharma- and Śrautaṣūtras)
• N. of a Vidūshaks, Caṇd
• mf(ī)n. relating to or composed by Budhāyana AgP.
• pl' his race or school Saṃskārak.
⋙ baudhāyanacarakasautrāmaṇī
○caraka-sautrāmaṇī f
⋙ baudhāyanatati
○tati f
⋙ baudhāyanaprayoga
○prayoga m
⋙ baudhāyanavidhi
○vidhi m
⋙ baudhāyanaśikṣā
○śikṣā f
⋙ baudhāyanaśrautaprayogasāra
○śrauta-prayogasāra m
⋙ baudhāyanasamgraha
○samgraha m
⋙ baudhāyanasmṛti
○smṛti f
⋙ baudhāyanīpariśiṣṭa
baudhāyaḍnīpariśiṣṭa n. N. of wks
≫ baudhāyanīya
baudhāyanīya mfn. relating or belonging to Baudhāyana
• m. pl. N. of a school of the black Yajur-veda
⋙ baudhāyanīyaprayogasāra
○prayoga-sāra m. N. of wks
≫ baudhi
baudhi m. patr. fr. bodha Pāṇ. 4-1, 107 Sch.
• fr. baudhi, ii, 4, 58 Vārtt. 1. Pat.
≫ baudhīputra
baúdhī-pútra m. N. of a teacher ŚBr.
≫ baudheya
baudheya m. pl. N. of a school (cf. bodheya)
≫ baudhya
baudhya mfn. born in Bodha, g. śaṇḍikâdi
• m. patr. fr. bodha (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 107), N. of a teacher VP.
budhna
budhná mṇ. (probably not connected with √budh
• but cf' Uṇ. iii, 5) bottom, ground, base, depth, lowest part of anything (as the √of a tree &c.) RV. AV. ŚBr. (búdhna) ŚrS. ChUp.
• the sky Nir.
• the body ib.
• N. of a son of the 14th Manu VP. ; often wṛ. for budhnya [Cf. Gk.? Lat. fundus ; Germ. [735, 1] bodam, bodem, Boden ; Angl. Sax. botm ; Eng. bottom.]
⋙ budhnaroga
○roga m. a partic. disease Car. (cf. bradhna and bradhma)
⋙ budhnavat
○vat (budhná-), mfn. having a foot or basis TS.
≫ budhniya
budhníya mfn. -next TBr.
≫ budhnya
budhnyá mfn. being on the ground or at the base, coming from or belonging to the depths RV., &c. &c. (very often in connexion with áhi, q.v.)
• N. of a son of the 14th Manu VP.
bund
bund cl, 1. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxi, 12
• vḷ. cund and bundh) to perceive, learn, understand Bhaṭṭ.
bunda
bunda m. an arrow RV. (= iṣu Nir.)
bundira
bundira n. a house L.
bundh
bundh cl, 10. P. bundhayati, to bind Dhātup. xxxii, 54 (cf. buná)
bubura
bubura m. water (= udaka Naigh. i, 12)
bubodhayiṣu
bubodhayiṣu See p. 734, col. 2
bubhukṣā
bubhukṣā f. (fr. Desid. of √3. bhuj) desire of enjoying anything MBh.
• wish to eat, appetise, hunger R. Var. &c
-"ṣpanaya (○kṣâp○), m. that which takes away hunger', food R.
-pīdita mfn. pained by hunger, hungry MW.
⋙ bubhukṣita
bubhuḍkṣita mfn. hungry, starving, ravenous Mn. MBh. &c.,
⋙ bubhukṣu
bubhuḍkṣu mfn. wishing to eat, hungry MārkP.
• desirous of worldly enjoyment (opp. to mumukṣu), Kull on Mn. ii, 224
bubhutsā
bubhutsā &c. See p. 734, col. 2
bubhūrṣā
bubhūrṣā f. (fr. Desid. of √bhṛ) desire of supporting (gen.) Āpast.
⋙ bubhūrṣu
bubhūrḍṣu mfn. (ifc.) wishing to nourish or support, Śaṃpk
bubhūṣaka
bubhūṣaka mfn. (fr. Desid. of √bhu) wishing the welfare of, wishing to be of service to (gen. or comp.) MBh. ○ṣā f. desire of being or living ŚāṅkhBr. BhP. [Page 735, Column 2]
⋙ bubhūṣu
bubhūḍṣu mfn. wishing to be or become anything (nom.) Śiś. HPariś.
• wishing to become powerful or prevail KātyŚr. MBh. BhP.
• wishing the welfare of (gen.) MBh.
bumbhī
bumbhī f. coarse ground meal L.
≫ bumbhikā
bumbhikā f. id. ib.
buri
buri f. the female organ of generation (= buli) Gal.
buruḍa
buruḍa m. a basket-maker, matmaker BhP. Sch.
bul
bul cl. 10. P. bolayati, to cause to sink, submerge Dhātup. xxxii, 62
• to sink, dive, plunge into and emerge again W.
≫ buli
buli f. = buri or the anus L.
bula
bula g. balâdi Kāś.
≫ bulya
bulya mfn. ib.
bulilam
bulilám N. of a man (= buḍila) ŚBr.
bulba
bulbá mfn. (prob.) oblique ŚBr.
bulla
bulla m. N. of a man Rājat.
buvam
buvam ind. an onomat. word TBr. Sch. (cf. sa-buva)
buśa
buśa buṣa wṛ. for busa
bus
bus cl. 4. P. busyati, to discharge, pour forth, emit Dhātup. xxvi, 110
• to divide, distribute (v. l. for √vyuṣ)
≫ busa
busá n. (prob.) vapour, mist, fog RV. x, 27, 4
• chaff and other refuse of grain, any refuse or rubbish Kauś. Suśr.
• water Naigh. Nir.
• dry cow-dung W.
• the thick part of sour curds ib.
• wealth ib.
• (ā), f. (in dram.) a younger sister ib.
⋙ busaplāvī
○plāvī f. a beetle (?) Divyâv.
≫ busasa
busasa mfn. (fr. busá), g. tṛṇâdi
bust
bust cl, 10. P. bustayati, to honour, respect &c. (= or vḷ. for √pust, q.v.)
busta
busta m. n. (g. ardharcâdi) the burnt exterior of roast meat L.
• the husk or shell of fruit L.
buhnā
buhnā See śveta-b○
būkka
būkka mfn. = bukka the heart L.
≫ būkhan
būkhan n. id. Col.
būtkāra
būt-kāra m. the screaming of monkeys Kāv.
būbaśarman
būba-śarman m. N. of a man (the father of Viṭṭhala Dikshita, about 1620) Cat.
būṣa
būṣa wṛ. for busa
bṛṃh
bṛṃh bṛnhaṇa &c. See √2. 4. bṛh
bṛgala
bṛgala n. a fragment, piece, morsel ( See ardha- and puroḍāśa-b○)
bṛndāraṇya
bṛndâraṇya bṛndā-vana, See vṛndâr○, vṛndā-v○
bṛbaduktha
bṛbád-uktha m. N. of Indra RV. viii, 32, 50 (either mahad-uktha, 'highly lauded', or vaktavyam asmā uktham, 'one to whom praise is to be ascribed' Nir. vi, 4)
bṛbu
bṛbú m. N. of a man (according to Sāy. 'the carpenter of the Paṇis') RV. vi, 45, 31 Mn. x, 107
bṛbūka
bṛbūka n. water RV. x, 27, 33 (cf. Naigh. i, 12
• others, mfn. dense, thick')
bṛṣī
bṛṣī See bṛsī below
bṛsaya
bṛ́saya m. N. of a demon (cf. Sāy.= tvaṣṭṛ) RV. i, 93, 4
• (prob.) a sorcerer, conjuror, vi, 61, 3
bṛsī
bṛsī f. (also written briṣī, vṛsī, or vṛṣī) a roll of twisted grass, pad, cushion, (esp.) the seat of a religious student or of an ascetic, Śrs. MBh. &c
⋙ bṛsikā
bṛsikā f. id. L.
bṛh 1
bṛh or vṛh, cl, 6. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxviii, 57) briháti
vṛháti (pf. babarha, vavárha
• fut. varkṣyati, varhiṣyati
varḍhā, varhitā
• aor. barhīt, avṛkṣat
• ind. p. vriḍhvā, varhitvā, vṛ́hya, barham, várham
• Ved. inf. vṛhas: Pass. vṛhyate [Page 735, Column 3]
• aor. varhi), to tear, pluck, √up (without a prep. only with mūlam TS. Āpast.): Caus. barháyati ( See ni-√bṛh): Desid. vivṛkṣati, vivarhiṣati Gr.: Intens. varīvarḍhi, varīvṛhyate ib.
≫ bṛḍha
bṛḍha or mfn., pulled up, eradicated Br. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 111 Sch.)
⋙ vṛḍha
vṛḍhá mfn., pulled up, eradicated Br. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 111 Sch.)
bṛh 2
bṛh or bṛṃh, cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xvii, 85) bṛṃhati (also ○te ŚBr. and bṛhati AV.
• pf. babarha AV.
A. p. babṛhāṇá RV.), to be thick, grow great or strong, increase (the finite verb only with a prep.): Caus. bṛṃhayati, ○te (also written vṛ○), to make big or fat or strong, increase, expand, further, promote MBh. Kathās. Pur. Suśr.
barhayati, See sam-√bṛh: Intens. barbṛhat, barbṛhi, See upa-√bṛh
≫ bṛṃhaṇa
bṛṃhaṇa mfn. (fr. Caus.) making big or fat or strong, nourishing Suśr.
• m. a kind of sweetmeat W.
• n. the act of making big &c. ib.
• a means for making strong or firm RPrāt.
⋙ bṛṃhaṇatva
○tva n. the quality of making fat or strong Suśr.
• the quality of making solid or firm Hariv.
≫ bṛṃhaṇīya
bṛṃhaṇīya mfn. to be fattened or nourished Pāṇ. 8-2 Sch.
• fattening, nutritious Suśr.
≫ bṛṃhayitavya
bṛṃhayitavya mfn. to be nourished or strengthened Suśr.
≫ bṛṃhayitṛ
bṛṃhayitṛ mfn. strengthening, increasing L.
≫ bṛṃhita 1
bṛṃhita mfn. (for 2. See under √4. bṛh) strengthened, nourished, cherished, grown, increased MBh. Hariv. &c
• (ā), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attendant on Skanda MBh.
• (vḷ. bṛṃhila)
≫ bṛḍha 2
bṛḍha or See pari-√bṛh
⋙ vṛḍha
vṛḍha See pari-√bṛh
≫ bṛh 3
bṛh prayer. See bṛ́has-pati
≫ bṛhaka
bṛhaka m. N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh.
≫ bṛhac
bṛhác in comp. for
⋙ bṛhat
bṛhát
⋙ bṛhaccañcu
○cañcu f. a kind of vegetable L.
⋙ bṛhaccāṇakya
○cāṇakya n. the larger collection of precepts by Cāṇakya (q.v.)
⋙ bṛhaccitta
○citta m. Citrus Medica L.
⋙ bṛhaccintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m. N. of wk
-ṭīkā f. N. of a Comm. on it
⋙ bṛhacchattrā
○chattrā f. a species of plant KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ bṛhacchada
○chada m. a walnut L.
⋙ bṛhacchandas
○chandas (○hác.), mfn. high-roofed, having a lofty ceiling AV.
⋙ bṛhacchandenduśekhara
○chandêndu-śekhara mṆ. of wk
⋙ bṛhaccharīra
○charīra ([○hác+zar○]), mfn. having a vast body RV. Suśr.
⋙ bṛhacchalka
○chalka (○hac + śa○), m. 'large-scaled', a kind of prawn' L.
⋙ bṛhacchātātapa
○chātâtapa (○hac + śā○), m. 'the larger Śātâtapa', N. of a partic. recension of ŚṭŚātâtapa's law-book Cat.
⋙ bṛhacchāntistava
○chāntistava ([○hac+zA○]), m. the larger Śānti-stava W.
⋙ bṛhacchāla
○chāla (○hac + śā○), m. a large or lofty Vatica Robusta MBh.
⋙ bṛhacchimbī
○chimbī (○hac + śi○), f. a kind of cucumber L.
⋙ bṛhacchuka
○chuka (○hac + śu○), m. a kind of peak Bhpr.
⋙ bṛhacchṛṅgāratilaka
○chṛṅgāra-tilaka (○hac + śṛ○), n. the larger Śṛiṅgāra-tilaka Cat.
⋙ bṛhacchoka
○choka (○hac + śo○), mfn. being in great sorrow Prab.
⋙ bṛhacchravas
○chravas (hác + śra○), mfn. loud-sounding RV.
• loudly praised, far-famed ib. BhP.
⋙ bṛhacchrīkrama
○chrī-krama (○hac + śrī7○) m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhacchloka
○chloka (○hac + ślo○), mfn. loudly praised BhP.
• m. N. of a son of Uru-krama by Kīrtti ib.
≫ bṛhaj
bṛháj in comp. for bṛhát
⋙ bṛhajjaghana
○jaghana mfn. having large hips MW.
⋙ bṛhajjana
○jana m. a great or illustrious man ib.
⋙ bṛhajjātaka
○jātaka n. N. of Varāhamihira's larger wk. on nativities (cf. svaípa-jātaka)
• of another wk
-śloka-vyākhyāna n. of a metrical Comm. by Bhattôpala on the former wk
⋙ bṛhajjābālopaniṣad
○jābālôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad on the divinity of Kalâgni-rudra
⋙ bṛhajjāla
○jālá n. a large net or snare AV.
⋙ bṛhajjīraka
○jīraka m. large cumin Bhpr.
⋙ bṛhajjīvantikā
○jīvantikā (cf. MW.),
⋙ bṛhajjīvantī
○jīvantī or (cf. L.), f. a kind of plant (= priyaṃ-karī)
⋙ bṛhajjīvā
○jīvā (cf. L.), f. a kind of plant (= priyaṃ-karī)
⋙ bṛhajjyotis
○jyotis (○háj-), mfn. bright-shining TS.
• m. N. of a grandson of Brahmā MBh.
≫ bṛhaṭ
bṛhaṭ in comp. for bṛhát
⋙ bṛhaṭṭika
○ṭika m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ bṛhaṭṭīkā
○ṭīkā f. 'large commentary', N. of wk. by Kumārila
≫ bṛhaḍ
bṛhaḍ in comp. for brihát
⋙ bṛhaḍdhakkā
○dhakkā f. a large drum L.
≫ bṛhat
bṛhát mf(atī́)n. (in later language usually written vṛhat) lofty, high, tall, great, large, wide, vast, abundant, compact, solid, massy, strong, mighty RV. &c. &c
• full-grown, old RV.
• extended or bright (as a luminous body) ib.
• clear, loud (said of sounds) ib.
• m. N. of a Marut Hariv.
• of a prince MBh.
• of a son of Su-hotra and father of Aja-miḍha Hariv. m. or n. (?) speech (○tām pati = bṛhaspati) Śiś. ii, 26
• (), f. See s.v
• n. height (also= heaven, sky) RV.
• N. of various Sāmans composed in the metrical form Bṛihatī (also with āneyam, bharad-vājasya. bhāradvājam, vāmadevyam, sauram) ĀrshBr. [Page 736, Column 1]
• N. of Brahman, Bhp
• of the Veda ib.
• (át), ind. far and wide, on high RV.
• firmly, compactly ib.
• brightly ib.
• greatly, much ib.
• aloud ib. (also atā́ AV.)
⋙ bṛhatkathā
○kathā f. 'great narrative', N. of a collection of tales ascribed to Guṇáḍhya (from which the Kathā-sarit-sāgara of Somadeva is said of another wk.)
⋙ bṛhatmañjarī
○mañjarī f. N. of a collection of tales ascribed to Kshemêndra
-vivaraṇa and -sārasaṃgraha m. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhatkanda
○kanda m. a kind of onion or garlic or another bulbous plant L.
⋙ bṛhatkapola
○kapola mfn. having fat puffy cheeks TPrāt. Comm.
⋙ bṛhatkarman
○karman m. 'doing mighty acts', N. of sev. kings Hariv. Pur.
⋙ bṛhatkalpa
○kalpa m. N. of a Kalpa, the 7th day in the bright half of the moon in Brahmā's month ( See 1. kalpa) L.
• the last day in the dark half of the month Cat.
-latā f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatkāya
○kāya m. 'large-bodied', N. of a son of Bṛihad-dhanus BhP.
⋙ bṛhatkālajñāna
○kāla-jñāna n. 'the large KṭKalpa.jñṭjñalna or knowledge of times', N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatkālaśāka
○kāla-śāka m. a partic. shrub L. (wṛ.)
⋙ bṛhatkāśa
○kāśa m. a partic. kind of reed (= khaḍgaṭa) L.
⋙ bṛhatkīrti
○kīrti mfn. far-famed MBh. VarBṛS.
• m. N. of a grandson of Brahmā MBh.
• of an Asura Hariv.
⋙ bṛhatkukṣi
○kukṣi mfn. having a large or prominent belly L.
• f. N. of a Yoginī Hcat.
⋙ bṛhatkuśaṇḍikā
○kuśaṇḍikā f. N. of a part of the Ājya-tantra Kauś. Comm.
⋙ bṛhatkṛṣṇagaṇoddeśadīpikā
○kṛṣṇa-gaṇôddeśa-dīpikā f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatketu
○ketu (hát-), mfn. having great clearness or brightness (said of Agni) RV.
• m. N. of a king MBh.
⋙ bṛhatkośalakhaṇḍa
○kośala-khaṇḍa m. n. (?) N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatkośātakī
○kośātakī f. a kind of gourd L.
⋙ bṛhatkaustubhālaṃkāra
○kaustubhâlaṃkāra m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatkṣaṇa
○kṣaṇa m. N. of a king VP. (vḷ. -kṣaya, -kṣetra and bṛhadraṇa)
⋙ bṛhatkṣata
○kṣata m. N. of a partic. mythical being VarBṛS.
⋙ bṛhatkṣatra
○kṣatra m. N. of sev. kings MBh. Hariv. Pur.
⋙ bṛhatkṣaya
○kṣaya and m. See -kṣaṇa
⋙ bṛhatkṣetra
○kṣetra m. See -kṣaṇa
⋙ bṛhattantrapati
○tantra-pati m. a partic. functionary Cat.
• = dharmâdhikārin, Śrikaṇṭh
-tva n. ib.
⋙ bṛhattapas
○tapas n. great self-mortification, a partic. severe penance MW.
• mfn. practising great self-mortification or austerity ib.
○po-vrata n. a partic. penitential observance Cat.
⋙ bṛhattarkataraṃgiṇī
○tarka-taraṃgiṇī f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhattāla
○tāla m. Phoenix Paludosa (= hintāla) L.
⋙ bṛhattiktā
○tiktā f. Clypea Hernandifolia L.
⋙ bṛhattīrthamāhātmya
○tīrtha-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhattuhinaśarkara
○tuhinaśarkara mfn. full of great lumps of ice MW.
⋙ bṛhattṛṇa
○tṛṇa n. strong grass Gobh.
• the bamboo cane L.
⋙ bṛhattejas
○tejas mfn. having great energy MW. m. the planet Jupiter VP.
⋙ bṛhattoḍalatantra
○toḍala-tantra n. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ bṛhattva
○tva n. greatness, largeness, large extent MBh. Hariv. Kathās.
⋙ bṛhattvac
○tvac m. Alstonia Scholaris L.
⋙ bṛhattvan
○tvan (?), m. N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh. (v. l. ○had-dhan)
⋙ bṛhatpattra
○pattra m. 'having large leaves', Symplocos Racemosa Car.
• a species of bulbous plant L.
• (ā), f. id. ib.
⋙ bṛhatparāśara
○parāśara m. 'the larger Parālara', N. of a partic. recension of Paludosa's law-book,
⋙ bṛhatparibhāṣāsaṃgraha
○paribhāṣā-saṃgraha m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatparvamālā
○parva-mālā f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatpalāśa
○palāśa mf(ā)n. having great leaves AV.
⋙ bṛhatpāṭali
○pāṭali m. the thorn-apple L.
⋙ bṛhatpāda
○pāda mf(ā)n. large-footed Kathās.
• m. the Indian fig-tree L.
⋙ bṛhatpārevata
○pārevata m. a kind of fruit tree (= mahā-p○) L.
⋙ bṛhatpālin
○pālin m. wild cumin L.
⋙ bṛhatpīlu
○pīlu m. a kind of Pīlu tree (= mahā-p○) L.
⋙ bṛhatpuṣpa
○puṣpa mfn. having large flowers MW.
• (ī), f. a kind of Crotolaria (= ghantāravā) L.
⋙ bṛhatpṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha mfn. having the Bṛihatsāman as the basis of the Pṛishṭha-stotra AitBr. ŚrS.
⋙ bṛhatpracetas
○pracetas m. 'the larger Pracetas', N. of a partic. recension of a law-book by PṭPracetas
⋙ bṛhatprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatphala
○phala mfn. having large fruit bringing great profit or reward L.
• m. a species of Plant (= caceṇḍā) L.
• pl. N. of a class of Buddhist gods Buddh.
• (ā), f. N. of various plants (a species of wild cucumber
• Beninkasa Cerifera
• = mahājumbū = mahêndra-vāruṇī) L.
⋙ bṛhatṣoḍaśakāraṇapūjā
○ṣoḍaśakāraṇa-pūjā f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatsaṃvarta
○saṃvarta m. 'the great Saṃvarta', N. of a legal wk
⋙ bṛhatsaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. 'the great composition', N. of an astrological wk. by Varāha-mihira
• of a philos. wk
• of a Dharma
⋙ bṛhatsaṃketa
○saṃketa m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatsarvānukuramaṇī
○sarvânukuramaṇī f. N. of an Anukramaṇī
⋙ bṛhatsahāya
○sahāya mfn. having a Powerful companion Śiś.
⋙ bṛhatsāman
○sāman (○hát.), mfn. having the Bṛhat-sāman for a Sāman ĀpŚr. PañcavBr.
• m. N. of an Āṅgirasa AV.
• (sāmā wṛ. for bṛhat-sāma Bhag.)
⋙ bṛhatsurmna
○surmna (hát-), mfn. of great benevolence or kindness RV.
⋙ bṛhatsūryasādhānta
○sūryasādhânta m. the larger Sṃrya-siddhânta Col.
⋙ bṛhatsena
○sena m. N. of various kings. MBh. VP.
• of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP.
• of a son of Su-nakshatra ib.
• (ā), f. N. of Damayantī's nurse Nal. [Page 736, Column 2]
⋙ bṛhatsoma
○soma wṛ. for -sāma TBr. Comm.
⋙ bṛhatsphij
○sphij m. 'having large buttocks', N. of a man Pañcat.
≫ bṛhata
bṛhata m. N. of a son of the 9th Manu Hariv.
≫ bṛhatikā
bṛhatikā f. an upper garment, mantle, wrapper Pāṇ. L.
• Solanum Indicum L.
≫ bṛhatī
bṛhatī́ f. fr. bṛkát, N. of a partic. metre of 36 (orig. 8+ 8+12+8) syllables or (later) anymetre containing 36 syllables (ifc. ○tīka mfn. ) RV. RPrāt. AV. Br. &c
• a symbolical expression for the number 36 ŚrS.
• (pl.) N. of partic. bricks forming part of the sacrificial fire-altar ŚBr. Śulbas.
• a partic. Solanum (-dvaya n. two species of it), SalṅkhGṛ. Suśr.
• a part of the body between the breast and backbone Suśr.
• (du.) heaven and earth Gal.
• speech (a sense inferred from certain passages)
• a mantle, wrapper L.
• a place containing water, reservoir L.
• the lute of Nārada or Viśvā-vasu L.
• N. of two wks
• N. of sev. women Hariv. BhP.
⋙ bṛhatīkalpa
○kalpa m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhatīkāram
○kāram ind. having converted (or with conversion) into Bṛihatī-strophes ĀśvŚr.
⋙ bṛhatīpati
○pati m. the planet Jupiter L.
⋙ bṛhatīśastra
○śastra n
⋙ bṛhatīṣaṣṭhī
○ṣaṣṭhī f. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhatīsahasra
○sahasrá n. a thousand Bṛihatis ŚBr. SāṅkhŚr.
• N. of wk
≫ bṛhatīka
bṛhatīka mfn. See bṛhatī́
≫ bṛhatka
bṛhatka mfn. = bṛhát, large, great W.
• n. N. of a Sāman
≫ bṛhad
bṛhád in comp. for bṛhát
⋙ bṛhadagni
○agni m. N. of a Ṛishi Hariv.
-mukha n. a partic. medicinal powder Bhpr.
⋙ bṛhadaṅga
○aṅga mfn. having large limbs, large-bodied L.
• having many parts MW.
• m. an elephant L.
• a large elephant (or one that is usually the leader of a wild herd) W.
⋙ bṛhadaṅgiras
○aṅgiras m. 'the larger Aṅgiras', N. of a partic. recension of a law-book by AṭAṅgiras
⋙ bṛhadatri
○atri m. 'the larger Atri', N. of wk. on med
⋙ bṛhadanīka
○anīka (○hád-), mfn. powerful-looking SV.
⋙ bṛhadabhidhānacintāmaṇi
○abhidhāna-cintāmaṇi m. the larger Abhidhāna-cint1maṇi by Hensa-candra
⋙ bṛhadamara
○amara or m. 'the larger Amara-kosa', N. of a partic. recension of the Amara with interpolations
⋙ bṛhadamarakośa
○amara-kośa m. 'the larger Amara-kosa', N. of a partic. recension of the Amara with interpolations
⋙ bṛhadambālikā
○ambālikā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ bṛhadambāśataka
○ambā-śataka n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhadamla
○amla m. Averrhoa Carambola L.
⋙ bṛhadarka
○arka mf(ī́)n. (?) AV. viii, 9, 14
⋙ bṛhadaśva
○aśva m. N. of a Gandharva, Cat
• of various men MBh. R. Hariv. Pur.
⋙ bṛhadaṣṭavarga
○aṣṭa-varga m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhadasṛnmati
○asṛnmati m. 'having a great inclination for blood', a partic. demon W.
⋙ bṛhadātreya
○ātreya m. 'the larger Āreya', N. of a wk. on med
⋙ bṛhadāra
○āra m. N. of an Asura L.
⋙ bṛhadāraṇyaka
○āraṇyaka (also āraṇya n. ○kópaniṣad f.), n. N. of a celebrated Upanishad forming the last 5 Prapāṭhakas or last 6 Adhyāyas of the Śatapatha Brāhmaṇa
-bhāṣya n. -bhāṣya-ṭīkā f. -bhāṣya-vārttika n. -vārttika-sāra m. n. (?), -viveka m. -viṣaya-nirṇaya m. -vyākhyā f. ○kôpaniṣat-khaṇḍârtha m. ○kâpanithad-vārttika n. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhadiṣu
○iṣu m. N. of various men Hariv. Pur.
⋙ bṛhadiśvaradīkṣitīya
○iśvara-dīkṣitīya and n. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhadiśvarapurāṇa
○iśvaḍra-purāṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhaduktha
○uktha (brihád-), mfn. having loud hymns of praise, loudly praised RV. VS.
• m. N. of an Agni (son of Tapas) MBh.
• (with vāmadevya) N. of a man (author of RV. x, 54-56) Anukr.
• (with vāmneya) of another man PañcavBr.
• of a son of Deva-rāta VP.
⋙ bṛhadukthi
○ukthi (!), m. N. of a Rishi Cat.
⋙ bṛhaduhṣ
○úhṣ (cf. RV.) and mfn. sprinkling abundantly, shedding copiously
⋙ bṛhadukṣa
○ukṣa (brihád- VS.), mfn. sprinkling abundantly, shedding copiously
⋙ bṛhadukṣan
○ukṣan (bṛhád-), mfn. one who has great oxen RV.
⋙ bṛhaduttaratāpinī
○uttara-tāpinī f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ bṛhadelā
○elā f. large cardamoms L.
⋙ bṛhadopaśā
○opaśā f. (with hrasvā) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
⋙ bṛhadgarbha
○garbha wṛ. for vṛṣa-darbha MBh.
⋙ bṛhadgala
○gala mfn. thicknecked TPrāt. Comm.
⋙ bṛhadgiri
○giri mfn. (prob.) calling or shouting loudly (the Maruts) RV.
• m. N. of a Yati PañcavBr.
⋙ bṛhadgītāvyākhyā
○gītā-vyākhyā f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhadguru
○guru m. N. of a man MBh.
-gurv-āvalipūjā-śānti-vidhāna n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhadguha
○guha ('having large caves') or -gṛha m. pl. 'large-housed', N. of a people (dwelling in a country lying behind the Vindhya mountains near Malwa, and perhaps comprising Bandelkhand) L.
⋙ bṛhadgola
○gola n. a water-melon L.
⋙ bṛhadgaurīvrata
○gaurī-vrata n. N. of a partic. religious observance Cat.
• N. of wk. (also ○ta-kathā f.)
⋙ bṛhadgrāvan
○grāvan (brihád.), mfn. like a huge stone VS.
⋙ bṛhaddantī
○dantī f. N. of a plant Bhpr.
⋙ bṛhaddarbha
○darbha m. N. of a king (v. l. -bhānu) Hariv. VP.
⋙ bṛhaddala
○dala m. a species of Lodhra L.
• Phoenix Paludosa L.
⋙ bṛhaddiva
○diva 'belonging to the lofty sky', heavenly, celestial RV. (also -divā́) m. (with atharvaṇa) N. of the author of RV. x, 12c Anukr.
• N. of that hymn AitBr. [Page 736, Column 3]
• (eṣu), ind. in heavenly heights ib.
• (ā́), f. N. of a goddess (associated with Iḷā, Sarasvatī and others) ib.
⋙ bṛhaddurga
○durga m. N. of a man Hariv.
⋙ bṛhaddevatā
○devatā f. N. of a large wk. (enumerating and explaining the deities to which each hymn of the RV. is addressed)
⋙ bṛhaddevasthāna
○deva-sthāna n. N. of a Slman ĀrshBr.
⋙ bṛhaddyuti
○dyuti f. a great light, radiance, splendour MW.
• mfn. intensely brilliant Kir.
⋙ bṛhaddyumna
○dyumna m. N. of a king MBh.
⋙ bṛhaddhan
○dhan (han), See bṛhat-tvan,
⋙ bṛhaddhanus
○dhanus (cf. Hariv. BhP.) and m. N. of kings
⋙ bṛhaddharman
○dharman (cf. Hariv.), m. N. of kings
⋙ bṛhaddharmapurāṇa
○dharmapurāṇa n. 'the large Dharma-purāṇa', N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaddharmaprakāśa
○dharma-prakāśa m. 'the large Dharma-prakāśa', N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaddhala
○dhala (○d-ha○), n. (?) a large plough L.
⋙ bṛhaddhātrī
○dhātrī f. a partic. medicament L.
⋙ bṛhaddhārāvalī
○dhārâvalī (○d-hA○), f. 'the larger Harâvalī', N. of a dictionary
⋙ bṛhaddhārīta
○dhārīta (○d-hA○), m. the larger Hārita
⋙ bṛhaddhustūra
○dhustūra m. a large thorn-apple MW.
⋙ bṛhaddhemādri
○dhemâdri (○d-he○), m. the larger Hemâdri
⋙ bṛhaddhomapaddhati
○dhoma-paddhati (○d-ho○), f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaddhvaja
○dhvaja m. N. of a king VP.
⋙ bṛhaddhvanī
○dhvanī f. 'loud-sounding', N. of a river MBh. -bala, m. 'having great strength', N. of two kings MBh. Hariv. Pur. bilja, m. 'having large seeds', or, abounding in seed', Spondias Mangifera L.
⋙ bṛhadbṛhaspati
○bṛhaspati m. N. of the larger recension of Bṛihas-pati's law-book
⋙ bṛhadbrahman
○brahman m. N. of a grandson of Brahmā MBh.
○ma-saṃ. hitā f. N. of wk
○môtara-khaṇḍa m. N. of a part of the Skanda-purāṇa
⋙ bṛhadbhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ bṛhadbhaṭṭārikā
○bhaṭṭārikā f. N. of Durgā L.
⋙ bṛhadbhaya
○bhaya m. N. of one of the sons of the 9th Manu MārkP.
⋙ bṛhadbhāgavatāmṛta
○bhāgavatâmṛta n. N. of Comm.
⋙ bṛhadbhānu
○bhānu (bṛhád-), mfn. shining brightly RV. Lāṭy.
• m. fire or the god of fire L.
• N. of a partic. Agni MBh.
• of a son of Sattrâyaṇa and a manifestation of Vishṇu BhP.
• of a son of Kṛishṇa ib.
• of a king Pur.
⋙ bṛhadbhās
○bhās mfn. shining brightly ĀpŚr.
⋙ bṛhadbhāsa
○bhāsa m. 'having great splendour', N. of a grandson of Brahmā MBh.
• (ā), f. N. of a daughter of the god of the sun and wife of Agni Bhānu MBh.
⋙ bṛhadbhuja
○bhuja mfn. long-armed L.
⋙ bṛhadyama
○yama m. N. of the larger recension of Yama's law-book
⋙ bṛhadyājñavalkya
○yājñavalkya m. N. of the larger recension of Yama's lawbook
⋙ bṛhadyātrā
○yātrā f. N. of wk. by Varāha-mihira
⋙ bṛhadyogiyājñavalkyasmṛti
○yogi-yājñavalkya-smṛti f. N. of work,
⋙ bṛhadraṇa
○raṇa mṆ. of a king BhP. (cf. bṛhat-kṣaṇa)
⋙ bṛhadratnakārikā
○ratna-kārikā f
⋙ bṛhadratnākara
○ratnâkara m. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhadratha
○rathá m. a powerful hero RV.
• (bṛhád-) N. of sev. men RV. MBh. R. &c
• of Indra L.
• a sacrificial vessel L.
• a partic. Mantra L.
• a part of the Sāma-veda L.
• (ā), f. N. of a river Hariv.
⋙ bṛhadrathaṃtara
○rathaṃtara n. du. the Sāmans Bṛihat and Rathaṃtara AitBr. KaushUp. Gaut.
-sāman mfn. having the Bṛihat and RathṭRathaṃtara Sāman for a Sāman ĀpŚr.
⋙ bṛhadrayi
○rayi (bṛhád-), mfn. having abundant possessions RV.
⋙ bṛhadravas
○ravas (bṛhád-), mfn. loud-sounding VS.
⋙ bṛhadrāja
○rāja m. N. of a king Pur.
-mārtaṇḍa m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhadrāvan
○rāvan mfn. sounding or crying loud KapS.
⋙ bṛhadrāvin
○rāvin m. 'crying loud', a species of small owl L.
⋙ bṛhadri
○ri (bṛhád-), mfn. = -rayi, q.v. RV.
⋙ bṛhadrūpa
○rūpa m. a species of owl L.
• N. of a Marut Hariv.
⋙ bṛhadreṇu
○reṇu (bṛhád-), mfn. stirring up thick dust RV.
⋙ bṛhadroma
○roma and N. of places Cat.
⋙ bṛhadromapaṭṭana
○roḍmapaṭṭana N. of places Cat.
⋙ bṛhadvat
○vat (brihád.), mfn. one to whom the Bṛihat-sāman is addressed VS.
• (ati), f. N. of a river MBh.
⋙ bṛhadvadha
○vadha m. manifold murder BhP.
• murder of a Brāhman ib.
⋙ bṛhadvayas
○vayas (bṛhád-), mfn. grown strong, very powerful, very vigorous TS. Lāṭy.
⋙ bṛhadvalka
○valka m. a species of Lodhra L.
⋙ bṛhadvasiṣṭha
○vasiṣṭha m. the larger Vasishṭha
⋙ bṛhadvasu
○vasu m. N. of two men VBr. VP.
⋙ bṛhadvāta
○vāta m. a kind of grain L.
⋙ bṛhadvādin
○vādin mfn. boasting, a boaster MBh.
⋙ bṛhadvārāhayantramāhātmya
○vārāha-yantra-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhadvāruṇī
○vāruṇī f. a kind of plant L.
⋙ bṛhadvāsiṣṭha
○vāsiṣṭha m. the larger Vāsishṭha
⋙ bṛhadvivāhapaṭala
○vivāhapaṭala N. of wk
⋙ bṛhadviṣṇu
○viṣṇu m. N. of the larger recension of Vasishṭha's law-book
⋙ bṛhadvṛtti
○vṛtti f
⋙ bṛhadvadyākaraṇabhūṣaṇa
○vadyākaraṇa-bhūṣaṇa and n. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhadvyākaraṇabhūṣaṇa
○vyākaraṇa-bhūṣaṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhadvyāsa
○vyāsa m. the larger Vyāsa
⋙ bṛhadvrata
○vrata n. the great vow (of chastity) BhP.
• mfn. observing the great vow ib.
≫ bṛhan
bṛhan in comp. for brihát
⋙ bṛhannakhī
○nakhī f. a partic. perfume L.
⋙ bṛhannaṭa
○naṭa m. N. of Arjuna L.
⋙ bṛhannaḍa
○naḍa m. reed-grass, Amphidonax Karka L.
• N. of Arjuna L.
⋙ bṛhannala
○nala m. a kind of large reed Vās.
• the arm W.
• (also, ā f.) the name assumed by Arjuna when living in the family of king Virāṭa as a eunuch in female attire MBh. Vās.
⋙ bṛhannāṭa
○nāṭa m. (in music) a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt.
⋙ bṛhannāṭaka
○nāṭaka n. N. of a play (prob. the mahā-n○). [Page 737, Column 1]
⋙ bṛhannāyakīdaṇḍaka
○nāyakīdaṇḍaka m. or n. (?), N. of wk
⋙ bṛhannāradapurāṇa
○nāradapurāṇa
⋙ bṛhannāradīya
○nāradīya or n. N. of a Purāṇa
⋙ bṛhannāradīyap
○nāradīya-p○ n. N. of a Purāṇa
⋙ bṛhannāradīyatantra
○nāradīya-tantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ bṛhannārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa n
⋙ bṛhannārāyaṇī
○nārāyaṇī f. or the large or Nārāyaṇa Upanishad (treating of Vedāntic doctrine and forming the last Prapiṭhaka of the Taittirīya Araṇyaka of the black Yajur-veda)
⋙ bṛhannārāyaṇopaniṣad
○nārāyaṇôpaniṣad f. the large or Nārāyaṇa Upanishad (treating of Vedāntic doctrine and forming the last Prapiṭhaka of the Taittirīya Araṇyaka of the black Yajur-veda)
⋙ bṛhannālika
○nālika n. a cannon L.
⋙ bṛhannighaṇṭi
○nighaṇṭi m. 'the large glossary', N. of a dictionary
⋙ bṛhannirvāṇatantra
○nirvāṇa-tantra n. N. of a Tantra,
⋙ bṛhanniveśa
○niveśa mfn. having large dimensions, large, protuberant MW.
⋙ bṛhannīlatantra
○nīla-tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhannīlī
○nīlī f. N. of plant (= mahā-n○) L.
⋙ bṛhannetra
○netra mfn. 'large-eyed', (perhaps) far-sighted (fig.) Cat.
⋙ bṛhannaukā
○naukā f. N. of a favourable position in the game of Catur-aṅga L.
⋙ bṛhanmati
○mati mfn. high-minded RV.
• m. N. of the author of RV. ix, 39, 40, Anukr,
⋙ bṛhanmadhya
○madhya mf(ā)n. large in the middle Kām.
⋙ bṛhanmanas
○manas m. N. of a grandson of Brahmā MBh.
• of a king Hariv. BhP.
⋙ bṛhanmanu
○manu m. 'the larger Manu', N. of a lawbook (prob. the precursor of the present version, mentioned by Mādhava and other commentators)
⋙ bṛhanmantra
○mantra m. N. of a grandson of Brahman MBh.
≫ bṛhanta
bṛhanta mfn. = bṛhát, large, great ŚvetUp.
• m. N. of a king MBh.
≫ bṛhal
bṛhal in comp. for bṛhát,
⋙ bṛhallakṣahoma
○lakṣa-homa m. a partic. oblation Cat.
⋙ bṛhallohita
○lohita N. of a mythical tank or pond KālP.
≫ bṛhaspati
bṛ́has-páti m. (also written vṛh"ṣ-p○
• fr. 3. [bRk+pati]
• cf. brahmaṇas-pati) 'lord of prayer or devotion' N. of a deity (in whom Piety and Religion are personified
• he is the chief offerer of prayers and sacrifices, and therefore represented as the type of the priestly order, and the Purohita of the gods with whom he intercedes for men
• in later times he is the god of wisdom and eloquence, to whom various works are ascribed
• he is also regarded as son of Aṅgiras, husband of Tārā and father of Kaca, and sometimes identified with Vyāsa
• in astronomy he is the regent of Jupiter and often identified with that planet) RV. &c, &c. (cf. RTL. 215)
• N. of a prince (great-grandson of Aśoka) Buddh.
• of a king of Kalmira Rājat.
• of the author of a law-book IW. 203 ; 302
• of a philosopher ib. 120
• of other authors (also with miśra and ācārya, above.) Cat.
• (with āṅgirasa, above.) N. of the author of RV. x, 71 ; 72 Anukr.
⋙ bṛhaspatikaraṇa
○karaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaspatigupta
○gupta m. N. of man VBr.
⋙ bṛhaspaticakra
○cakra n. 'cycle of Bṛihas-pati', the Hindū cycle of 60 years
• a partic. astrological diagram MW.
⋙ bṛhaspaticāra
○cāra m. N. of VarBṛS. viii
⋙ bṛhaspatitantra
○tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaspatidatta
○datta m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 5-3, 83 Sch.
⋙ bṛhaspatipakṣata
○pakṣatá f. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaspatipurohita
○purohita (bṛ́has-páti-), mfn. having Bṛihas-pati for a Purohita VS m. N. of Indra A.
⋙ bṛhaspatipraṇutta
○praṇutta (bṛhas-páti.) mfn. expelled by BṛṭBṛihas AV.
⋙ bṛhaspatiprasuta
○prasuta (bṝhas-páti-), mfn. enjoined by BṛṭBṛihas RV.
⋙ bṛhaspatimat
○mat mfn. accompanied by BṛṭBṛihas, ŚrS.
⋙ bṛhaspatimata
○mata n. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaspatimiśra
○miśra m. N. of a Sch. on Ragh.
⋙ bṛhaspativat
○vat mfn. = -mat AitBr.
⋙ bṛhaspativāra
○vāra m. Jupiter's day, Thursday
⋙ bṛhaspatiśānti
○śānti f
⋙ bṛhaspatiśāntikarman
○śānti-karman n. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhaspatiśiras
○śiras mfn. 'Bṛihaspati-headed', (prob.) having the head shaved like BṛṭBṛihas Kauś.
⋙ bṛhaspatisaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of two wks
⋙ bṛhaspatisama
○sama mfn. equal to BṛṭBṛihas, like BṛṭBṛihas MW.
⋙ bṛhaspatisava
○savá m. N. of a festival lasting one day (said to confer the rank, of a Purohita on those observing it) Br. Kāṭh. ŚrS. BhP.
klripti f. -prayoga m. hautra-prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhaspatisiddhānta
○siddhânta m. N. of wk
⋙ bṛhaspatisuta
○suta (bṛ́has-páti-), mfn. pressed out (as Soma juice) by Bṛihas-pati TS.
⋙ bṛhaspatisuratā
○suratā f. a proper N. MW.
⋙ bṛhaspatisutra
○sutra n
⋙ bṛhaspatistotra
○stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ bṛhaspatistoma
○stoma m. N. of an Ekâha PañcavBr.
⋙ bṛhaspatismṛti
○smṛti f. Bṛihaspati's law-book
≫ bṛhaspatika
bṛhaspatika
⋙ bṛhaspatiya
bṛhaspaḍtiya or m. (fr. ○ti-datta) familiar diminutives Pat. on Pāṇ. 5-3, 83
⋙ bṛhaspatila
bṛhaspaḍtila m. (fr. ○ti-datta) familiar diminutives Pat. on Pāṇ. 5-3, 83
bṛh 4
bṛh or bṛṃh (also written vṛh or vṛṃh). cl. s. P. (cf. Dhātup. xvii, 85) bṛnhati (or barhati
• 3. pl. pf. Ā. babṛiṃhire Śiś. xvii, 31), to roar, bellow, trumpet (said of an elephant) MBh. Hariv. &c
• also cl. so. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxxiii, 95) to speak
• to shine
≫ bṛṃhita 2
bṛṃhita n. (for 1. See under √2. bṛh) the roar or noise made by elephants MBh. Kāv. &c
bṛhmaṇa
bṛhmaṇa (?) m. or n. N. of wk
bṝ
bṝ See √vṝ
bekanāṭa
bekanāṭa m. a usurer RV. viii, 55, 10 (cf. Nir.) [Page 737, Column 2]
bekurā
bekurā f. (cf. bakura) a voice, sound PañcavBr. Lāṭy. (cf. Naigh. i, 11)
≫ bekuri
bekúri f. (prob.) playing a musical instrument (said of Apsaras) TS. Lāṭy. (vek○ Kāṭh.
bhek○ VS.
bhāk○ ŚBr.)
beṭī
beṭī f. (prob.) a courtezan Kāv. (cf. Hind. beṭī)
beḍa
beḍa f. a boat A. (cf. veḍa)
bedarakara
bedarakara m. (prob.) an inhabitant of the city Bedar or Bidar L. (also proper N. )
bebhiditavya
bebhiditavya mfn. (√bhid, Intens.) to be repeatedly split Pāṇ. 6-4, 49 Sch.
bemba
bemba m. N. of a man
≫ bembārava
bembā-rava m. a partic. sound (cf. bambhā-r○)
beś
beś cl. I. P. beśati, to go (= √pis, pes) Dhātup. xvii, 71
baiki
baiki m. patr., g. taulvaly-ādi Kāś.
baijanātha
baijanātha m. (prob. patr. fr. bījanātha) N. of an author Cat.
≫ baijaladeva
baijala-deva m. N. of a prince and author ib. (cf. bijala under bīja)
≫ baijavāpa
baijavāpa m. (also written vaij○) patr. fr. bijavāpa ŚBr.
⋙ baijavāpagṛhya
○gṛhya n
⋙ baijavāpasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of wks
≫ baijavāpayana
baijavāpayana m. patr. fr. prec. ib.
• N. of an author Cat.
≫ baijavāpi
baijavāpi m. patr. fr. bīja-vāpa or ○pin MaitrS. Car. (cf. g. raivatikâdi)
• pl. N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi
⋙ baijavāpīya
baijavāḍpīya mfn. (fr. prec.), g. raivatikâdi
• m. a prince of the Baijavāpis, g. dāmany-ādi
≫ baiji
baiji (fr. bīja), g. gahâdi (Kās, vaidaji)
baijika
baijika mfn. (fr. bīja) relating to seed, seminal, paternal (opp. to gārbhika, relating to the womb, maternal) Mn. ii, 27
• sexual, v, 63
• belonging to any primary cause or source or principle, original MW.
• m. a young shoot, sprout L.
• n. oil prepared from Moringa Pterygosperma L.
• cause, source L.
• the spiritual cause of existence, soul, spirit L.
⋙ baijiya
baiḍjiya mfn. (fr. baiji), g. gahâdi
⋙ baijeya
baiḍjeya m. patr. fr. bīja g. śubhrâdi
baiṭsaṃkhyā
baiṭ-saṃkhyā (?) f. a kind of Anukramaṇī to the three Vedas Cat.
baiḍāla
baiḍāla mf(ī)n. (fr. biḍāla) belonging to a cat, peculiar to cats, feline MBh.
⋙ baiḍālavrata
○vrata n. 'cat-like observance', putting on a show of virtue or piety to conceal malice and evil designs MW.
⋙ baiḍālavrati
○vrati m. one who leads a chaste or continent life merely from the absence of women or temptation L.
⋙ baiḍālavratika
○vratika (cf. Mn. Kāv. Pur.),
⋙ baiḍālavratin
○vratin (cf. Pur.), mfn. acting like a cat, hypocritical, a religious impostor (= bhaṇḍa-tapasvin)
≫ baiḍālikarṇakakantha
baiḍāli-karṇaka-kantha and n. (prob.) N. of a city, g. cihaṇâdi

baiḍālikarṇakakanthakarṇikantha3baiḍāli-karṇaka-kantha--karṇi-kantha n. (prob.) N. of a city, g. cihaṇâdi
baida 1
baida m. (also vaida) patr. fr. bida AitBr. ĀśvŚr. (ī, f. Pat.)
⋙ baidakula
○kula n. (prob.) the family of the Baidas Pāṇ. 2-4, 64 Vārtt. Pat.
≫ baida 2
baida mfn. (fr. 1. baida) Pāṇ. 4-3, 127 Sch.
• m. a partic. Try-aha KātyŚr.
⋙ baidatrirātra
○tri-rātra m. a partic. Tri-rātra ŚrS.
≫ baidāpuṭāyana
baidāpuṭāyana m. patr. fr. bidā-puṭa g. aśvâdi Kāś.
≫ baidāyana
baidāyana m. patr. fr. bida g. aśvâdi
≫ baidi
baidi m. id. Pāṇ. 4-1, 104 Sch.
baidala
baidala See vaidala
bainda
baindá m. N. of a degraded tribe VS. (= niṣādha Mahīdh.)
baindava
baindava m. (also written vai○) patr. fr. bindu g. bidâdi
≫ baindavi
baindavi m. pl. N. of a warrior tribe, g. dāmany-ādi
⋙ baindavīya
baindaḍvīya m. a prince of the Baindavis ib.
baimbaki
baimbaki m. (also written vai○) patr. fr. bimba Pāṇ. 4-1, 97 Vārtt. Pat.
baila
baila mf(ī)n. (fr. bila, also written vaila, q.v.) living in holes (m. an animal living in hṭholes) Car.
• relating, to or derived from animals l in holes MBh.
≫ bailāyana
bailāyana mfn. g. pakṣâdi
≫ bailya
bailya mfn. N. of a man, g. aśvâdi (vḷ. for bailva)
≫ bailyāyana
bailyāyana m. patr. fr. bailya ib.
bailmavegarudra
bailma-vega-rudra m. pl. N. of a partic. class of Śaiva ascetics Kāraṇḍ. [Page 737, Column 3]
bailva
bailvá mf(ī)n. (fr. bilva) relating to or coming from the Bilva tree, made of Bilva wood ŚBr. &c. &c
• covered with Bilva trees Pāṇ. 4-2, 67 Sch.
• m. N. of a man, g. aśvâdi
• n. the fruit of the Bilva tree L.
⋙ bailvamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. Pāṇ. 4-3, 155 Sch.
≫ bailvaka
bailvaka mfn. g. arīhaṇâdi
⋙ bailvakīya
bailvaḍkīya mfn. (fr. prec.) Pat.
≫ bailvaja
bailvaja (fr. bilva-ja), g. rājanyâdi (vḷ. bailvala)
⋙ bailvajaka
bailvaḍjaka mfn. (with deśa) inhabited by Bailvajas ib.
≫ bailvayata
bailvayata m.patr., g. krauḍy-ādi (f. ○tyā ib.)
≫ bailvala
bailvala g. rājanyâdi Kāś.
⋙ bailvalaka
bailvaḍlaka mfn. inhabited by Bailvalas ib.
≫ bailvavana
bailvavana m. (prob.) an inhabitant of Bilvavana or a wood of Bilva trees, g. rājanyâdi
⋙ bailvavanaka
bailvavaḍnaka mfn. (with deśa) inhabited by Bailvavanas ib.
≫ bailvāyana
bailvāyana m. patr. fr. bailva g. aśvâdi
baiṣka
baiṣka (prob. n. cf. veṣka, bleṣka, meṣka), flesh from an animal killed by a beast of prey or in a trap Gaut.
baihīnari
baihīnari m. (also written vaih○) patr. fr. bahīnara Pāṇ. 7-3, 1 Vārtt. 6 Pat,. (others fr. vih○)
• N. of a chamberlain Mudr.
bokaḍī
bokaḍī f. Argyreia Speciosa or Argentea L.
bokaṇa
bokaṇa m.or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
bokkāṇa
bokkāṇa m. a horse's nose-bag (which contains his food) L.
boddhavya
boddhavya boddhṛ, bodha, bauddha &c p. 734, col. 2
bopaṇṇabhaṭṭīya
bopaṇṇa-bhaṭṭīya n. N. of wk. (cf. bāpaṇṇa)
bopadeva
bopadeva See vopadeva
borasiddhi
borasiddhi f. N. of a place Cat.
bollaka
bollaka m. (bahu-b○) a great talker Divyāv. (cf. Hind. bolnā, to speak)
bohittha
bohittha mṇ. a boat, ship L. (cf. vahitra)
baudhnya
baudhnya m. pl. (fr. budhna) N. of a school (cf. baudheya, bodheya)
baubhukṣa
baubhukṣa mf(ī)n. one who is always hungry, a starveling, g. chattrâdi
byus
byus See √vyuṣ
braṇ
braṇ See √1. vraṇ
bradhna
bradhná mfn. (of doubtful origin Uṇ. iii, 5) pale red, ruddy, yellowish, bay (esp. as the colour of a horse, but also applied to Soma and the Puroḍāśa) RV. TS.
• great, mighty Naigh. iii, 3
• m. the sun RV. AV. Mn. iv, 231 (cf. viṣṭap)
• the world of the sun TBr. (cf. Sch.)
• a horse Naigh. i, 14
• the point or some other part of an arrow (in śatá-b○, q.v.)
• a partic. disease (cf. bradhma and budhna-roga) L.
• N. of a son of Manu Bhautya MārkP.
• n. lead Bhpr. (often wṛ. for budhṇa and budhnya). -cakra, n. the zodiac Gaṇit.
⋙ bradhnatva
○tva n. greatness, mightiness Sāy.
⋙ bradhnabimba
○bimba (cf. Hcar.),
⋙ bradhnamaṇḍala
○maṇḍala (cf. Kād.), n. the disc of the sun
⋙ bradhnaloka
○loka (bradhná-), mfn. being in the world of the sun AV.
≫ bradhnaśva
bradhnaśva m. N. of a prince MBh. (wṛ. for bradhnâśva or vadhry-aśva?)
bradhma
bradhma m. a partic. disease Car. (written vr○
• cf. bradhna and budhna-roga)
brahm
brahm cl. 1. P. brahmati, to go, move Naigh. ii, 14
brahman
bráhman n. (lit. 'growth', 'expansion', 'evolution', 'development' 'swelling of the spirit or soul', fr. √2. bṛh) pious effusion or utterance, outpouring of the heart in worshipping the gods, prayer RV. AV. VS. TS.
• the sacred word (as opp. to vāc, the word of man), the Veda, a sacred text, a text or Mantra used as a spell (forming a distinct class from the ṛcas, sāmāni and yajūṃṣi
• cf. brahma-veda) RV. AV. Br. Mn. Pur.
• the Brāhmaṇa portion of the Veda Mn. iv, 100
• the sacred syllable Om Prab., Sch, (cf. Mn. ii, 83)
• religious or spiritual knowledge (opp. to religious observances and bodily mortification such as tapas &c.) AV. Br. Mn. R.
• holy life (esp. continence, chastity
• cf. brahma-carya) Śak.i, 24/25 Śaṃk. Sarvad.
• (exceptionally treated as m.) the Brahm˘a or one selfexistent impersonal Spirit, the one universal Soul (or one divine essence and source from which all created things emanate or with which they are identified and to which they return), the Self-existent, the Absolute, the Eternal (not generally an object of worship but rather of meditation and-knowledge [Page 738, Column 1]
• also with jyéṣṭha, prathama-já, svayóm-bhu, a-mūrta, para, paratara, parama, mahat, sanātana, śāśvata
• and = paramâtman, ātman, adhyātma, pradhāna, kṣetra-jña, tattva)
AV. ŚBr. Mn. MBh. &c. (cf. IW. 9, 83 &c,)
• n. the class of men who are the repositories and communicators of sacred knowledge, the Brāhmanical caste as a body (rarely an individual Brāhman)
AV. TS. VS. ŚBr. Mn. BhP.
• food Naigh. ii, 7
• wealth ib. 10
• final emancipation L.
• m. (brahmán), one who Prays, a devot or religious man, a Brāhman who is a knower of Vedic texts or spells, one versed in sacred knowledge RV. &c. &c. [Lat., flāmen]
• N. of Bṛihas-pati (as the priest of the gods) RV. x, 141, 3
• one of the 4 principal priests or Ṛitvijas (the other three being the Hotṛi, Adhvaryu and Udgātṛi
• the Brahman was the most learned of them and was required to know the 3 Vedas, to supervise the, sacrifice and to set right mistakes
• at a later period his functions were based especially on the Atharva-veda) RV. &c. &c
• Brahmā or the one impersonal universal Spirit manifested as a personal Creator and as the first of the triad of personal gods (= prajā-pati, q.v
• he never appears to have become an object of general worship, though he has two temples in India, See RTL. 555 &c
• his wife is Sarasvatī ib. 48) TBr. &c. &c,
• = brahmaṇa āyuḥ, a lifetime of Brahmā Pañcar.
• an inhabitant of Brahmā's heaven Jātakam.
• the sun L.
• N. of Śiva Prab. Sch.
• the Veda (?) PārGṛ.
• the intellect (= buddhi) Tattvas.
• N. of a star, ? Aurigae, Sūryat
• a partic. astron. Yoga L.
• N. of the 9th Muhūrta L.
• (with Jainas) a partic. Kalpa Dharmaś.
• N. of the servant of the 10th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇi L.
• of a magician Rājat.
≫ brahma 1
bráhma m. a priest ( See asura-, ku-, mahābr○)
• n. the one self-existent Spirit, the Absolute R.
≫ brahma 2
brahma in comp. for brahman. - Observe that in the following derivatives the nom. n. (Brahm˘a) is used for the impersonal Spirit and the nom. m. (Brahmā) for the personal god
⋙ brahmaṛṣi
○ṛṣi See brahma-rṣi
⋙ brahmakanya
○kanya (prob.) m. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
⋙ brahmakanyaka
○kanyaka (prob.) m. id. L.
• (ā), f. Ruta Graveolens L.
• N. of Sarasvatī L.
⋙ brahmakara
○kara m. an impost paid to the Brāhmanicā class Inscr.
⋙ brahmakarman
○karman n. the office of the Brahman (i.e. presiding priest) or of the Brāhmans ŚāṅkhŚr. MBh.
○ma-pustaka n. N. of a manual on ceremonies RTL. 401, n. 2
○ma-prakāśaka or ○ma-pradāyaka m. N. of Kṛishṇa Pañcar.
○ma-samādhi mfn. occupied with or meditating upon the one self-existent Spirit Bhag.
⋙ brahmakalā
○kalā f. N. of Dākshāyaṇī who dwells in the heart of men Cat.
⋙ brahmakalpa
○kalpa mfn. like Brahmā R.
• m. the cosmic period of Brahmā MBh.
• N. of wk
⋙ brahmakāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa n. the inner portion of the Veda which relates to sacred knowledge or the knowledge of Brahm˘a (= jñāna-k○, and opp. to karma-k○, q.v.), Sāṇḍ
• N. of wk. (or ch. of a wk.) of Bhartṛi-hari Sarvad.
⋙ brahmakāya
○kāya m. pl. N. of a partic. class of deities MBh.
○yika mfn. belonging to the Brahma-kāyas Lalit. (cf. Dharmas. 128 MWB. 210)
⋙ brahmakāra
○kārá mfn. making or offering prayers RV.
⋙ brahmakāraṇavāda
○kāraṇa-vāda m. N. of wk
⋙ brahmakāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha m. Thespesia Populneoides L.
⋙ brahmakileya
○kileya (?), m. N. of a man Pravar.
⋙ brahmakilbiṣa
○kilbiṣá n. an offence against Brāhmans R. V
⋙ brahmakuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa n. N. of a sacred pool KālP.
⋙ brahmakuśā
○kuśā f. a species of cumin Bhpr.
• = aja-modā L.
⋙ brahmakūṭa
○kūṭa m. a thoroughly learned Brāhman MBh.
• N. of a mountain, KāIP
⋙ brahmakūrca
○kūrca n. a partic. kind of penance (in which the 5 products of the cow are eaten
• cf. pañcagavya) Cat.
-vidhi m. N. of the 38th Pariś. of the AV.
⋙ brahmakṛt
○kṛ́t mfn. making or offering prayers (also applied to Indra, Vishṇu, the Maruts &c.) RV. MBh. Pañcar.
⋙ brahmakṛta
○kṛta m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi
⋙ brahmakṛti
○kṛti (bráhma-), f. prayer, devotion RV.
⋙ brahmaketu
○ketu m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ brahmakaivartapurāṇa
○kaivartapurāṇa n. N. of a Puraṇa
⋙ brahmakośa
○kośá m. the treasury of the Brahm˘a i.e. of the sacred word or text, the entire collection of the Vedas TĀr. PārGṛ. MaitrUp.
• N. of Atri VP.
• (ī), f. a species of plant (= aja-modā) L.
⋙ brahmakṣatra
○kṣatra n. sg. and du. Brāhmans and Kshatriyas AitBr. VP.
-sava m. pl. N. of partic. rites Mn. v, 23. [Page 738, Column 2]
⋙ brahmakṣetra
○kṣetra n. N. of a sacred district MBh. Hariv.
⋙ brahmakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. N. of BrahmaP. 1
⋙ brahmagandha
○gandha m. the fragrance of Brahm˘a KaushUp.
⋙ brahmagarbha
○garbha m. the embryo of a Brāhman (?) Cat.
• N. of a law-giver (-smṛti f. his wk.)
• (ā), f. Ocimum Villosum L.
⋙ brahmagavī
○gavī́ f. a Brāhman's cow AV. ŚBr.
• du. N. of 2 classes of verses or formulas Kauś.
⋙ brahmagāthāstuti
○gāthā-stuti f. N. of wk
⋙ brahmagāyatrī
○gāyatrī f. N. of a magical Mantra composed after the model of the Gāyatrī Pañcar. RTL. 201
⋙ brahmagārgya
○gārgya m. N. of a man Hariv.
⋙ brahmagiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain KālP.
• (?) of Comms. on various Upanishads Cat.
⋙ brahmagītā
○gītā f. pl. N. of partic. verses (cf. MBh. xiii, 2146-2152) ascribed to Brahmā
• N. of wk
-parâtmânusaṃdhâna n. -vyâkhyā f. N. of wks,
⋙ brahmagītikā
○gītikā f. 'the song of Brahmā', N. of partic. verses Yājñ.
⋙ brahmagupta
○gupta m. N. of a son of Brahmā (by the wife of the Vidyi-dhara Bhimā) Kathās.
• of an astronomer (son of Jishṇu and author of the Brahma-sphuṭa-siddhânta, born AḌ, 598) IW. 176
• of a chief of the Bhakta sect Cat.
• of a Trigarta-shashṭha Kār. on Pāṇ. 5-3, 1 16 (v. l. brāhma-g○)
• pl. N. of a race ib.
○tīya m. a prince of the Brahmaguptas ib.
⋙ brahmagola
○gola m. 'Brahmā's globe', the universe L.
⋙ brahmagaurava
○gaurava n. the potency (of the weapon given) by Brahmā Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ brahmagranthi
○granthi m. N. of the knot which ties together the 3 threads forming the sacred cord Gobh. Sch. (cf. RTL. 361)
• of a partic. joint of the body Cat.
⋙ brahmagraha
○graha m. = -rākṣasa L.
⋙ brahmagrāhin
○grāhin mfn. worthy to receive that which is holy KaushUp. (v. l. ○mârgha)
⋙ brahmaghātaka
○ghātaka m. a Brāhman-killer Pañcat.
⋙ brahmaghātin
○ghātin m. id Śak. Sch.
• (inī), f. a woman on the second day of the menses Vet. Bhpr.
⋙ brahmaghoṣa
○ghoṣa m. murmur (arising from the recital) of prayers (also pl.) MBh. R. (also ○ṣa-rava m. Hcat.)
• the sacred word or text, the Veda Uttarar.
⋙ brahmaghna
○ghna m. = -ghātaka R.
• (ī), f. See -han
⋙ brahmacakya
○cakya n. 'Brahniā's wheel', the circle of the universe ŚvetUp.
• N. of a partic. magical circle Cat.
⋙ brahmacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of wk
⋙ brahmacarya
○cárya n. study of the Veda, the state of an unmarried religious student, a state of continence and chastity (also ā f. Hariv.) AV. &c. &c. (acc. with √grah, car, vas, ā-√gam, upa-√i, to practise chastity
• cf. -cārin)
-tva n. the unmarried state, continence, chastity Hariv.
-vat mfn. leading the life of an unmarried religious student, practising chastity Āpast. MBh.
-vrata n. a vow of chastity, BeahmaP
-skhalana n. deviating from chastity MW.
○ryâśrama m. the period of unmarried religious studentship MBh.
⋙ brahmacāraṇī
○cāraṇī f. Clerodendrum Siphoantus L. (prob. wṛ. for -cāriṇī)
⋙ brahmacārika
○cārika n. religious studentship MBh.
⋙ brahmacārin
○cārín mf(iṇī)n. practising sacred study as an unmarried student, observing chastity RV. &c. &c
• m. a young Brāhman who is a student of the Veda (under a preceptor) or who practises chastity, a young Brāhman before marriage (in the first period of his life) AV. Mn. MBh. &c. (cf. āśrama and IW. 192 &c. RTL. 84 &c
• the N. Brahma-cārin is also given to older unmarried Brāhmans, esp. if versed in the Veda, and by the Tantras to any person whose chief virtue is continence)
• N. of a Gandharva MBh.
• of Skanda L.
• of Śiva Śivag.
• (iṇī), f. N. of Durgā, DeviiP.
• a woman who observes the vow of chastity W.
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus L. (vḷ. ○raṇī)
• Thespesia Populneoides L.
• = karuṇī L.
○ri-vāsa m. the living of a Brahma-cārin, (in the house of his religious teacher) Āpast.
○ri-vāsín mfn. living as a Brahma-cṭcārin &c. TS.
⋙ brahmaciti
○cití f. Brahmā's layer in the fire-altar ŚBr.
⋙ brahmacintananirākaraṇa
○cintana-nirākaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmacaitanyayati
○caitanya-yati m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ brahmacodana
○códana mf(ī)n. inciting or urging Brahm˘a or Brahmā VS. (cf. Mahīdh.)
⋙ brahmaja
○ja mfn. sprung from that which is holy (said of Kārttikeya) MBh.
• m. pl. N. of partic. clouds VP.
• (with Jainas) N. of a class of divinities L.
-jña mfn. 'born from and knowing Brahm˘a' or 'knowing what is Brahm˘a-born' i.e. 'knowing all things' KaṭhUp.
⋙ brahmajaṭā
○jaṭā f. or Artemisia Indica L.
⋙ brahmajaṭin
○jaṭin m. Artemisia Indica L.
⋙ brahmajanman
○janman n. 'spiritual birth', investiture with the sacred thread Mn. ii, 146 ; 170
• mfn. 'Brahmā-born' (said of Prajāpati) Hariv.
⋙ brahmajapa
○japa m. a partic. formula of prayer MānGṛ.
⋙ brahmajātaka
○jātaka n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmajāmala
○jāmala wṛ. for -yāmala
⋙ brahmalāyā
○lāyā́ f. the wife of a Brāhman RV. x, 109
• (with juhū) N. of the supposed authoress of this hymn Anukr.
⋙ brahmajāra
○jāra m. the paramour of a Brāhman's wife RāmatUp.
⋙ brahmajālasutra
○jāla-sútra n. N. of a Buddh. Sūtra (cf. MWB. 106)
⋙ brahmajijñāsā
○jijñāsā f. the desire of knowing Brahm˘a Bādar. (cf. IW. 104). [Page 738, Column 3]
⋙ brahmajīvanirṇaya
○jīva-nirṇaya m. N. of wk
⋙ brahmajīvin
○jīvin mfn. subsisting by sacred learning L.
• m. a mercenary Brāhman (who converts his religious duties into a trade) W.
⋙ brahmajuṣṭa
○juṣṭa (bráhma-), mfn. gratified by prayer or devotion AV.
⋙ brahmajuta
○júta (bráhma-), mfn. incited by prayer or devotion RV. AV.
⋙ brahmajña
○jña mfn. possessing sacred knowledge, knowing the sacred text, spiritually wise, holy (said also of gods e.g. of Vishṇu, Kārttikeya) MBh. Bhartṛ.
⋙ brahmajñāna
○jñāna n. divine or sacred knowledge (esp. knowledge of the universal permeation of the one Spirit as taught by the Vedânta), spiritual wisdom Hariv. Bhartṛ.
-tantra n. -mahātantra-raja m. -vpratipatti f. ○nôpadeśa m. N. of wks
⋙ brahmajñānin
○jñānin mfn. = -jña L.
⋙ brahmajya
○jyá mfn. molesting or oppressing Brāhmans AV. TBr. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 3 Vārtt. 1 Pat.)
⋙ brahmajyeya
○jyéya n. the act of oppressing Brāhmans AV.
⋙ brahmajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha m. (printed ○ṭhya) the elder brother of Brahmā Pañcar.
• (bráhma-), mfn. having Brahmā as first or chief AV. TBr.
⋙ brahmajyotis
○jyotis n. the splendour of Brahm˘a or of the Supreme Being Pañcar. (also written brahma-jy○)
• (bráhma-), mfn. having the splendour of Brhm˘a (cf. Sch. 'of the presiding priest') TS.
• m. N. of Śiva Śivag.
⋙ brahmatattva
○tattva n. the true knowled, ge of Brahm˘a W.
praśnôttara-ratnâvalī f. -vlvaraṇa n. -saṃhitâddipanī, f. -subodhinī f. N. of wks
⋙ brahmatantra
○tantra n. all that is taught in the Veda MBh. Hariv.
○tre gāyatrī-pañjara n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmatarkastava
○tarka-stava m. N. of a Vedānta wk
-vivaraṇa n. N. of a Comm. on it
⋙ brahmatas
○tas ind. from the Brāhmans MW.
⋙ brahmatā
○tā f. the state or condition of a Brāhman, 'Brahmanhood' Pāṇ. 5-1, 136 Sch.
• the state or nature of Brahm˘a divine nature BhP.
⋙ brahmatāla
○tāla m. (in music) a kind of measure, Saṃgtt
⋙ brahmatīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a place of pilgrimage on the Revā or Narmadā river MBh.
• Costus Speciosus or Arabicus L.
⋙ brahmatuṅga
○tuṅga m. N. of a mountain MBh.
⋙ brahmatulya
○tulya n. N. of a Jyotisha
-gaṇita n. -ṭīkā f. -siddhânta m. N. of wks
⋙ brahmatejas
○tejas n. the power and glory of Brahma KaushUp. Hariv. &c. (○jo-maya mf[ī]n. formed of Brahma's glory Mn. Pañcar.)
• the glory or lustre supposed to surround a Brāhman
• (bráhma-) having the glory or power of Brahm˘a (cf. AV.) or of a Brāhinan (cf. MW.)
• m. N. of a Buddha Lalit.,
⋙ brahmatva
○tvá n. the office of the Brāhman or chief priest ŚBr. GṛŚrS. Hariv.
• Brāhmanhood R. Ratnâv.
• the state of or identification with Brahm˘a MBh. Pur.
-paddhati f. prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ brahmatvac
○tvac m. or f. (?) Alstonia Scholaris L.
⋙ brahmada
○da mfn. imparting religious knowledge Mn.
⋙ brahmadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. 'Brahmā's staff', N. of a mythical weapon MBh. Hariv. R.
• the curse of a Brāhman Pur. Rājat. (vḷ. brāhma-d○)
• N. of Śiva MBh.
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
• N. of a partic. Ketu Var.
• of a prince VP.
• (ī), f. a species of plant L. (= adhyāṇḍā KātyŚr. Sch.)
⋙ brahmadaṇḍin
○daṇḍin m. N. of a sage Kathās.
⋙ brahmadatta
○dattá mfn. given by Brahm˘a TĀr.
• given by Brahmā MBh. R.
• m. N. of various men (cf. naḍâdi)
• of a man with the patr. Caikitāneya ŚBr.
• of a king (pl. his descendants) MBh.
• of a prince of the Pañcālas in Kāmpilya ib. R. &c
• of a king of the Sālvas Hariv.
• of a prince in Vārānasī Kathās.
• of a prince in Śrāvastī Buddh.
• (cf. MWB. 420, I) of a prince in Campā ib.
• of a prince in Kusuma-pura ib.
• of the 12th Cakra-vartin in Bhārata L.
• of a Brāhman Hariv. Pañcat.
• of a merchant Kathās.
• of the father of Kṛishṇa-datta Cat.
• of sev. authors ib.
⋙ brahmadarbhā
○darbhā f. Ptychotis Ajowan Bhpr.
⋙ brahmadātṛ
○dātṛ mfn. = -da Mn. ii, 146
⋙ brahmadāna
○dāna n. the gift of the Veda or of sacred knowledge ib. iv, 232. -1
⋙ brahmadāya
○dāya m. (fr. 1. dāya) = prec. MW.
• mfn. imparting or teaching sacred knowledge BhP. -2
⋙ brahmadāya
○dāya m. ( and . 2, dāya) sṭsacred knowledge as an inheritance (-hara mfn. receiving it from gen. Mn.iii, 3
○yâda mfn. according to ṣch. either 'enjoying sṭsacred knowledge as an inheritance' 'Brahmā's son' BhP.)
• m. the earthly possession of a Brāhman BhP.
○yâpahārin mfn. robbing it ib.
⋙ brahmadāru
○dāru m. n. Morus Indica L.
⋙ brahmadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of the father of Nārāyaṇa-dāsa (author of the Praśnârṇava) Cat.
• of a king (about 1600) ib.
⋙ brahmadina
○dina n. a day of Brahmā MW.
⋙ brahmaduṣaka
○dúṣaka mfn. falsifying the Vedic texts Hcat.
⋙ brahmadeya
○deya mfn. given in marriage after the manner of Brāhmans (cf. Mn. iii, 27) MānGṛ. MBh.
• (with vidhi), m. marriage of this kind Hariv.
• n. instruction in the Veda or sacred knowledge (yânnsaṃtāna, mfn. one in whose family Vedic teachings
• is hereditary Gaut. Vishṇ. Mn. [v, 183, v, l. ○yâtma-saṃtāna, 'the son of a woman married according to the Brāhma rite' [Page 739, Column 1]
• cf. ātma-s○])
• gift to Brāhmans Divyâv.
⋙ brahmadeva
○deva m. (also with paṇḍita) N. of various authors Cat.
⋙ brahmadaitya
○daitya m. a Brāhman changed into a Daitya L.
⋙ brahmadvāra
○dvāra n. entrance into Brahm˘a MaitrUp.
-pāra m. (= pāla) the guardian of it ib.
⋙ brahmadviṣ
○dvíṣ mfn. hostile to sacred knowledge or religion, impious (said of men and demons) RV.
• hating Brāhmans Mn. iii, 154 Kull.
⋙ brahmadveṣa
○dveṣa m. hatred of sacred knowledge or of Brāhmans Siṃhâs.
⋙ brahmadveṣin
○dveṣin mfn. = -dviṣ MW.
⋙ brahmadhara
○dhara mfn. possessing sacred kṭknowledge MBh.
⋙ brahmadharmadviṣ
○dharma-dviṣ mfn. hostile to sacred knowledge and the law Mn. iii, 41
⋙ brahmadhātu
○dhātu m. an essential portion of Brahm˘a Cat.
⋙ brahmadhāman
○dhāman n. Brahmā's place or abode BrahmUp.
⋙ brahmadhvaja
○dhvaja m. N. of a Buddha Lalit.
○jôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ brahmanadī
○nadī f. 'Brahmā's river', N. of the Sarasvatī BhP.
⋙ brahmanandin
○nandin and m. N. of two authors Cat.
⋙ brahmanāga
○nāga m. N. of two authors Cat.
⋙ brahmanābha
○nābha m. 'having Brahmā (proceeding out of a lotus on his) navel', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ brahmanāmāvali
○nāmâvali f. N. of wk
⋙ brahmanāla
○nāla n. N. of a sacred bathing-place in Benares KāśīKh.
⋙ brahmanirukta
○nirukta n
⋙ brahmanirūpaṇa
○nirūpaṇa n
⋙ brahmanirṇaya
○nirṇaya m. N. of wks
⋙ brahmanirvāṇa
○nirvāṇa n. extinction in Brahm˘a, absorption into the one self-existent Spirit Bhag. BhP.
⋙ brahmaniṣṭha
○niṣṭha mfn. absorbed in contemplating Brahm˘a or the one self Spirit MuṇḍUp.
• m. the mulberry tree L.
⋙ brahmanīḍa
○nīḍa n. the resting-place of Brahm˘a or of 'the holy' MaitrUp.
⋙ brahmanutta
○nutta (bráhma-), mfn. driven away by a sacred text or spell AV.
⋙ brahmapati
○pati (bráhma-), m. = brahmaṇas-pati ŚBr.
⋙ brahmapattra
○pattra n. 'Brahma's leaf', the leaf of Butea Frondosa L. (cf. -pādapa)
⋙ brahmapatha
○patha m. the way to Brahm˘a or to Brahmā Up. BhP.
-kovida mfn. knowing the way to Brahm˘a L.
⋙ brahmapada
○pada n. the place of Brahm˘a MaitrUp.
• the station or rank of Brahmā or of a Brāhman W.
⋙ brahmapannaga
○pannaga m. N. of a Marut Hariv. (vḷ. bahu-p○)
⋙ brahmapariṣad
○pariṣad f. an assembly of Brāhmans A.
⋙ brahmapariṣadya
○pariṣadya m. pl. = -pārṣadya Buddh.
⋙ brahmaparṇī
○parṇī f. Hemionitis Cordifolia L.
⋙ brahmaparvata
○parvata m. 'Brahmā's mountain', N. of a place Cat.
⋙ brahmapalāśa
○palāśa m. pl. N. of a school of the Atharva-veda, Āryav. (vḷ. brāhma-p○)
⋙ brahmapavitra
○pavitra n. Kuśa grass L.
⋙ brahmapāda
○pāda (ibc.) Brahmā's feet
-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ brahmapādapa
○pādapa m. 'Brahmā's tree', Butea Frondosa L. (cf. -pattra)
⋙ brahmapāra
○pāra m. the final object of all sacred knowledge VP.
• = next ib.
-maya mf(ī)n. (with japa, m.) a partic. prayer ib.
-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
○râyaṇa n. a complete study of the Veda Uttarar. Mcar.
⋙ brahmapārṣadya
○pārṣadya m. pl. (with Buddhists) Brahmā's retinue, N. of a class of deities Lalit. (cf. Dharmas. 128)
⋙ brahmapāśa
○pāśa m. 'Brahmā's noose', N. of a mythical weapon Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ brahmapitṛ
○pitṛ m. Brahmā's father', N. of Vishṇu Pañcar. (cf. -nābha)
⋙ brahmapiśāca
○piśāca m. = -rākṣasa L.
⋙ brahmaputra
○putrá m. the son of a priest or Brāhman RV. ŚBr. ĀśvŚr.
• a son of Brahmā (as Sanat-kumāra, Vasishṭha &c.) Hariv. R. Pur. (-tā f.)
• a kind of vegetable poison Bhpr.
• N. of a river (rising on the Tibet side of the Himâlaya and falling with the Ganges into the Bay of Bengal) Cat.
• of a lake ib.
• of a place of pilgrimage (prob. the source of the Brahma-putra river) W.
• of a sacred district L.
• (ī), f. a kind of esculent √(= vārāhī) L.
• 'Brahmā's daughter', N. of the river Sarasvatī L. (cf. -nadī)
⋙ brahmapura
○pura n. 'Brahmā's town', N. of a city in heaven MBh. (-mâhātmya n. N. of wk.)
• of a city on earth Var. Hit.
• of a kingdom Buddh.
• the heart MāṇḍUp.
• the body ChUp. (cf. IW. 116, 2)
• (ī), f. Brahmā's citadel in heaven or his capital on the mountain Kailāsa L. (-māhātmya n. N. of wk.)
• N. of a city on earth Rājat.
• of the city Benares Prab.
• of any city the inhabitants of which are mostly Brāhmans MW.
• of a peak in the Himâlaya range L.
○râkhya mfn. named Brahma-pura Hit.
○râbhidheya mfn. (with nāma) to be called by the name BṭBrahma-pṭpura Cat.
⋙ brahmapuraka
○puraka m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
⋙ brahmapurustāt
○purustāt ind. when or where the Brāhmans have the first place AitBr.
⋙ brahmapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of one of the 18 Purāṇas (also called ādi-p○
• it is supposed to have been revealed by Brahmā to Daksha, and its main object appears to be the promotion of the worship of Kṛishṇa) IW. 514
⋙ brahmapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. an assistant of the Brahman or chief priest KātyŚr. Sch.
• a minister of Brahmā (also said of the 5 vital airs) ChUp. GṛS.
• = -rākṣasa L.
⋙ brahmapurogava
○purogava (bráhma-), mfn. preceded by Brahm˘a or 'the holy' ŚBr.
⋙ brahmapurohita
○purohita (bráhma-), mfn. having the sacerdotal class for a Purohita ŚBr. Kāṭh.
• m. pl. 'the high priests of Brahmā', (with Buddhists) N. of a class of divinities
Lalit. (cf. Dharmas. 128). [Page 739, Column 2]
⋙ brahmapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. N. of a man (cf. brāhmapuṣpi)
⋙ brahmapūta
○pūta (bráhma-), mfn. purified by devotion AV.
• purified by Brahm˘a L.
⋙ brahmapṛṣṭa
○pṛṣṭa or m. N. of a man Vcar.
⋙ brahmapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha m. N. of a man Vcar.
⋙ brahmaprakṛtika
○prakṛtika mfn. emanating from or originating in Brahm˘a (-tva n.) Śaṃk.
⋙ brahmaprajāpati
○prajāpati m. du. Brahmā and Prajāpati Lāṭy.
⋙ brahmapratiṣṭhāprayoga
○pratiṣṭhā-prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ brahmaprabha
○prabha m. N. of a man Divyâv.
⋙ brahmapralaya
○pralaya m. 'Brahmā's destruction', the universal destruction that takes place at the end of every 100 years of Brhmā's (and in which even BrṭBrahmā himself is swallowed up) MW.
⋙ brahmaprasūta
○prasūta (bráhma-), mfn. impelled by Brahm˘a ŚBr.
⋙ brahmaprāpta
○prâpta mfn. one who has obtained Brahm˘a KaṭhUp.
⋙ brahmaprāpti
○prâpti f. obtainment of or absoption into Brahm˘a MW.
⋙ brahmaprāyaścitta
○prâyaścitta n. pl. N. of wk
⋙ brahmapriya
○priya mfn. fond of devotion or of sacred knowledge Vishṇ. MBh.
⋙ brahmaprī
○prī́ mfn. delighting in prayer or devotion RV.
⋙ brahmabandhava
○bandhava n. (prob.) the office or occupation of a nominal Brāhman (cf. next) AitBr.
⋙ brahmabandhu
○bandhu m. an unworthy or merely nominal Brāhman (cf. Sāy. 'a Brāhman who omits his Saṃdhyā devotions') AitBr. ChUp. GṛŚrS. &c. (○dhū f. Gaut. Gobh.
○dhu-tā f. MBh.
• compar. and superl. [○dh˘U-tara], [○dh˘U-tama] Pāṇ. 6-3, 44 Sch.)
⋙ brahmabala
○balá n. Brāhmanical power MaitrS.
• m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ brahmabali
○bali m. N. of a teacher Cat.
⋙ brahmabindu
○bindu m. a drop of saliva sputtered while reciting the Veda L.
○dū7paniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ brahmabileya
○bileya (?), m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ brahmabīja
○bīja n. 'seed of the Veda', the sacred syllable om BhP.
• m. the mulberry tree L.
⋙ brahmabodha
○bodha m
⋙ brahmabodhinī
○bodhinī f. N. of wks
⋙ brahmabodhyā
○bodhyā f. N. of a river MBh. (B. -vedhyā)
⋙ brahmabruva
○bruva m. = next A.
⋙ brahmabruvāṇa
○bruvāṇa mfn. calling one's self or pretending to be a Brāhman MBh.
⋙ brahmabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ brahmabhadrā
○bhadrā f. Ficus Heterophylla L.
⋙ brahmabhavana
○bhavana n. Brahmā's abode MBh.
⋙ brahmabhāga
○bhāgá m. the share of a Brahman or chief priest AV. Br. ŚrS.
• the mulberry tree L.
⋙ brahmabhāva
○bhāva m. absorption in the one self-existent Being or Brahm˘a MBh. Sch.
-stotra n. N. of a Stotra by Śaṃkarâcārya
⋙ brahmabhāvana
○bhāvana mfn. revealing or imparting religious knowledge BhP.
⋙ brahmabhid
○bhid mfn. dividing the one Brahm˘a into many Prab.
⋙ brahmabhuvana
○bhuvana n. Brahmā's world Bhag.
⋙ brahmabhūta
○bhūta mfn. become i.e. absorbed in Brahm˘a Mn. MBh. VP. n. identification with Brahm˘a VP.
⋙ brahmabhūti
○bhūti f. twilight L.
⋙ brahmabhūmijā
○bhūmi-jā f. 'growing in Brahmā's land', a kind of pepper L.
⋙ brahmabhūya
○bhūya n. identification with or absorption into Brahm˘a Mn. MBh. &c. (-tva n.)
• Brāhmanhood BhP.
⋙ brahmabhūyas
○bhūyas mfn. becoming one with Brahm˘a MBh.
• n. absorption into Brāhmanhood ib.
⋙ brahmabhraṣṭa
○bhraṣṭa mfn. one who has fallen from (i.e. who has forfeited) sacred knowledge Hcat.
⋙ brahmamaṅgaladevatā
○maṅgala-devatā f. N. of Lakshmī Cat.
⋙ brahmamaṭha
○maṭha m. 'Brahm˘a's college', N. of a theological college in Kaśmīra Rājat.
⋙ brahmamaṇḍūkī
○maṇḍūkī f. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
⋙ brahmamati
○mati m. N. of a demon Buddh.
⋙ brahmamantra
○mantra m. or n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. formed or consisting of or identified with Brahm˘a AitBr. KaushUp. MBh. &c
• belonging to or fit for a Brāhman W.
⋙ brahmamaha
○maha m. a feast in honour of the Brāhmans MBh.
⋙ brahmamāṇḍūki
○māṇḍūki f. = -maṇḍ○ KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ brahmamāla
○māla m. pl. N. of a forest R. (B.)
⋙ brahmamitra
○mitra m. 'having Brahmā or the Brāhmans for friends', N. of a Muni
MārkP. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 165 Sch.)
⋙ brahmamīmāṃsā
○mīmāṃsā f. 'investigation into Brahm˘a or the spiritual doctrine of the Veda', N. of the Vedânta philosophy treating of the one self-existent Spirit IW. 98 &c. (cf. -sūtra)
⋙ brahmamukha
○mukha (bráhma-), mf(ā)n. preceded by the priests, following or inferior to them TS. R.
⋙ brahmamuhūrta
○muhūrta m. a partic. hour of the day Siṃhâs.
⋙ brahmamūrti
○mūrti mfn. having the figure or form of Brahmā MW.
⋙ brahmamūrdhabhṛt
○mūrdha-bhṛt m. 'carrying Brahmā's head', N. of Śiva (as having in a dispute cut off one of Brahmā's heads) W.
⋙ brahmamekhala
○mekhala m. Saccharum Munjia (of which the sacred thread of a Brāhman is made) L.
⋙ brahmamedhyā
○medhyā f. N. of a river MBh. (cf. -bodhyā)
⋙ brahmayajña
○yajñá m. 'Vedic offering', recitation of portions of the Veda and sacred books at the Saṃdhyā ŚBr. ĀśvGṛ. &c. (one of the 5 Mahā-yajñas or great devotional acts Mn. iii, 69 ; 70
cf. IW. 194 RTL. 393)
• N. of the sacred texts for daily recitation
-tarpaṇa n. devarṣi-pitṛ-tarpaṇa n. -prayoga m. -saṃhitā f. ○jñâdi-vidhi m. ○jñôpaniṣad f. N. of wks
⋙ brahmayaśas
○yaśas n. Brahm˘a's glory KaushUp.
○śaḥ-svāmin m. N. of a poet Cat.
○śasa n. = ○yaśas AitBr.
○śasin mfn. renowned for sanctity Br.
⋙ brahmayaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. Clerodendrum Sipho- nantus or Ligusticum Ajowan L. [Page 739, Column 3]
⋙ brahmayāga
○yāga m. = -yajña Cat.
⋙ brahmayātu
○yātu m. N. of a partic. class of demons Kāṭh.
⋙ brahmayāmala
○yāmala or n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ brahmayāmila
○yāmila n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ brahmayuga
○yuga n. the age of the Brāhmans (opp. to kṣatrasya yugam) Hariv.
⋙ brahmayuj
○yúj mfn. harnessed by prayer (i.e. bringing Indra in answer to prayer, said of his horses) RV.
⋙ brahmayūpa
○yūpa m. 'Brahmā's sacrificial post', N. of a place L.
⋙ brahmayoga
○yogá m. employment of devotion, binding power of devotion AV.
• cultivation of spiritual knowledge W.
⋙ brahmayogin
○yogin m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ brahmayoni
○yoni f. original source or home in Brahm˘a TĀr. (-stha, mfn. 'abiding in Brahm˘a' or 'intent on the means of union with Brahm˘a' Mn. x, 74)
• N. of a place of pilgrimage (also ○nī) MBh. Pur.
• of a mountain (= -giri) L.
• mfn. having one's source or home in Brahm˘a ŚāṅkhGṛ.
• descended or sprung from Brahmā Ragh. MārkP.
⋙ brahmarakṣas
○rakṣas n. a class of evil demons Kathās. (cf. -rākṣasa)
⋙ brahmaratna
○ratna n. any valuable present made to Brāhmans R.
⋙ brahmaratha
○ratha m. the chariot or carriage of a Brāhman ib.
⋙ brahmarandhra
○randhra n. 'Brahm˘a's crevice', a suture or aperture in the crown of the head (through which the soul is said to escape on death) Pur. Siṃhâs. (cf. RTL. 291)
⋙ brahmarava
○rava m. muttering of prayers Hcat.
⋙ brahmarasa
○rasa m. the savour of Brahm˘a KaushUp.
○sâsava m. Brahm˘a's nectar BhP.
⋙ brahmarahasyasaṃhitā
○rahasya-saṃhitā f. N. of wk
⋙ brahmarākṣasa
○rākṣasa m. a kind of evil demon, the ghost of a Brāhman who led an unholy life Mn. MBh. &c
• a species of plant L.
• (ī), f. N. of one of the 9 Samidhs Gṛihyās.
⋙ brahmarāja
○rāja m. N. of a man Rājat.
• of a prince Inscr.
⋙ brahmarājanya
○rājanyá m. du. a Brāhman and a Kshatriya AV.
⋙ brahmarāta
○rāta m. 'given by Brahmā', N. of Śuka BhP.
• N. of the father of Yājñavalkya VP.
⋙ brahmarāti
○rāti or wṛ. for brāhma-rāti
⋙ brahmarātri
○rātri wṛ. for brāhma-rāti
⋙ brahmarātra
○rātra m. 'Brahmā's night', N. of a partic. hour of night BhP.
⋙ brahmarāśi
○rāśi m. the whole mass of sacred texts or knowledge Vprāt. R.
• a partic. constellation MBh.
• N. of Paraśu-rāma MW.
⋙ brahmarīti
○rīti f. a kind of brass L.
⋙ brahmarūpa
○rūpa m. N. of Vishṇu Vishṇ.
⋙ brahmarūpiṇī
○rūpiṇī f. a species of parasitical plant L.
⋙ brahmarekhā
○rekhā f. 'Brahmā's line', the lines of a man's destiny supposed to be written by Brahmā on the forehead of a child on the 6th day after its birth RTL. 370, 373
⋙ brahmarṣi
○rṣi (= and for -ṛṣi), m. 'Brāhmanical sage', N. of a partic. class of sages supposed so belong to the Brāhmā caste (as Vasishṭha &c.) MBh. R. &c. (cf. deva-rṣi, maha-rṣi, rāja-rṣi)
-tā f. -tva n. the state or rank of a Brahmarshi ib.
-deśa m. the country of the Brahmarshis (including Kuru-kshetra and the country of the Matsyas. Pañcālas, and Śūra-senakas) Mn. ii, 19
⋙ brahmalakṣaṇavākyārtha
○lakṣaṇa-vākyârtha m. N. of an abridgment of the Vedânta-sudhā-rahasya
⋙ brahmalikhita
○likhita n
⋙ brahmalekha
○lekha m. 'Brahmā's writing', = -rekhā RTL. 370
⋙ brahmaloka
○loká m. (also pl.) the world or heaven of Brahmā (a division of the universe and one of the supposed residences of pious spirits) AV. &c. &c
⋙ brahmalaukika
○laukika mfn. inhabiting Brahmā's world Yājñ. MBh.
⋙ brahmavaktṛ
○vaktṛ m. a proclaimer or teacher of sacred knowledge Hariv. -1
⋙ brahmavat
○vat ind. according to the sacred text or the Veda R.
• like the Veda Āpast. -2
⋙ brahmavat
○vat mfn. possessing Brahm˘a or sacred knowledge TUp. MBh.
⋙ brahmavada
○vada (or -vala), m. pl. N. of a Vedic school L. (prob. wṛ.)
⋙ brahmavadya
○vadya n. recitation of sacred texts ŚāṅkhBr.
• = brahmôdya ib.
• mf(ā)n. (in ○dyā-kathā) Vop.
⋙ brahmavadha
○vadha m. the murder of a Brāhman Cat.
⋙ brahmavadhyā
○vadhyā f. id. MBh.
-kṛta n. act of murdering a Brāhman ib.
⋙ brahmavani
○váni mfn. devoted to Brāhmans VS. (cf. Mahīdh.)
⋙ brahmavaraṇa
○varaṇa n. election of a chief priest KātyŚr.
⋙ brahmavarcas
○varcas = ○casa, in ○cas-vin mfn. = ○casin ĀśvGṛ. Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ brahmavarcasa
○varcasá n. divine glory or splendour, pre-eminence in holiness or sacred knowledge, sanctity, superhuman power AV. &c. &c
-kāma mfn. desirous of holiness or sacred knowledge Mn. ii, 37
○sín mfn. eminent in sacred knowledge, holy (compar. ○sí-tara) VS. AS. Br. MBh.
○sya mf(ā)n. conferring sanctity or sacred knowledge Br. BhP.
⋙ brahmavarta
○varta m. = ○mâvarta L.
⋙ brahmavardhana
○vardhana n. copper (as peculiarly suitable for sacrificial utensils) L.
⋙ brahmavarman
○varman n. 'Brahmā's armour.' N. of partic. oblations ĀpŚr.
⋙ brahmavala
○vala
⋙ brahmavada
○vada
⋙ brahmavallī
○vallī f. 'Brahmā's tendril or creeper', N. of an Upanishad (= brahmânanda-vally-upaniṣad)
-lipi f. a partic. mode of writing Buddh.
⋙ brahmavāc
○vāc f. 'Brahmā's word', the sacred text ĀrshBr.
⋙ brahmavāṭīya
○vāṭīya m. N. of a class of Munis Hariv.
⋙ brahmavāda
○vādá m. discourse on or explanation of sacred texts TBr. BhP.
• N. of a Nyāya wk. (also ○dârtha, m.)
• mfn. (m.c. ) = next Hariv.
⋙ brahmavādin
○vādín mfn. discoursing on sacred texts, a defender or expounder of the Veda AV. &c. &c. (inī f. Var. [Page 740, Column 1]
○di-tva n. MBh.)
• one who asserts that all things are to be identified with Brahm˘a, a Vedântin Śaṃk.
⋙ brahmavādya
○vā́dya n. rivalry in sacred knowledge or in magical power TS.
⋙ brahmavāluka
○vāluka n. N. of a Tīrtha MBh.
⋙ brahmavāsa
○vāsa m. the abode or heaven of Brahmā Hariv.
⋙ brahmavāhas
○vāhas (bráhma-), mfn. one to whom prayers are offered RV.
⋙ brahmavittva
○vit-tva n. (fr. next) knowledge of Brahm˘a (the one self-existent Spirit of the Universe) Vedântas.
⋙ brahmavid
○víd mfn. knowing the one Brahm˘a, a Vedic philosopher AV. &c. &c. (also -vida)
• skilled in sacred spells or magic MBh.
• m. N. of Śiva RTL. 84
-āśīrvāda-paddhati f. N. of wk
⋙ brahmavidyā
○vidyā́ f. knowledge of 'the one self-existent Being', knowledge of Brahm˘a, sacred knowledge ŚBr. &c. &c. (cf. IW. 219)
• N. of an Upanishad (cf. below)
-tīrtha m. N. of an author
-paddhati f. -"ṣbhāraṇa (○dyâbh○), n. -mahêdadhi m. -vijaya m. -vilāsa m. ○dyôpaniṣad f. N. of wks
⋙ brahmavidvas
○vidvas mfn. one who knows Brahm˘a or the one universal Spirit, KaushUP
⋙ brahmavidviṣ
○vidviṣ mfn. = -dviṣ Cat.
⋙ brahmavivardhana
○vivardhana mfn. 'increasing sacred knowledge', N. of Vishṇu MBh.
⋙ brahmaviśeṣacittaparipṛcchā
○viśeṣa-citta-paripṛcchā f. N. of a Buddhist Sūtra wk
⋙ brahmaviṣṇumaheśvaradāna
○víṣṇu-mahêśvara-dāna n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmaviṣṇvarkavat
○viṣṇv-arkavat mfn. accompanied by Brahmā and Vishṇu and the Sun Hcat.
⋙ brahmavihāra
○vihāra m. pious conduct, perfect state (4 with Buddhists) Lalit. Divyâv. Dharmas. 16
⋙ brahmavīṇā
○vīṇā f. a partic. stringed instrument Saṃgīt.
⋙ brahmavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. the divine tree, Brahm˘a regarded as a tree Bhag. Sch.
• Butea Frondosa or Ficus Glomerasa L.
⋙ brahmavṛtti
○vṛtti f. the livelihood or subsistence of a Brāhman BhP.
⋙ brahmavṛddha
○vṛddha (bráhma-), mfn. grown or increased by prayer AV.
⋙ brahmavṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. increase of Brāhmanical power Āpast.
• m. N. of a man L.
⋙ brahmavṛnda
○vṛnda n. a company or assemblage of Brāhmans MW.
• (ā), f. N. of the city of Brahmā W.
⋙ brahmaveda
○veda m. 'the Veda of sacred spells or charms' the Atharva-veda AV. Anukr. ŚāṅkhGṛ. &c
• the Veda of the Brāhmans (as opp. to kṣatra-veda, q.v.) R.
• knowledge of Brahm˘a W.
• knowledge of the Vedas ib.
-pariśiṣṭa n. N. of wk
-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of the Brahma-veda L.
⋙ brahmavedi
○vedi f. 'Brahmā's altar', N. of the country between the 5 lakes of Rāma in Kuru-kshetra L.
⋙ brahmavedin
○vedin mfn. = -vid, acquainted with the Veda or spiritual knowledge Mn. i, 97
⋙ brahmavedhyā
○vedhyā See -bodhyā
⋙ brahmavaivarta
○vaivarta or n. 'metamorphoses of Brahmā' (who is identified with Kṛishṇa), N. of a Purāṇa (one of the most modern of the 18, containing prayers and invocations addressed to Kṛishṇa with narratives about his loves for the Gopīs and Rādhā &c.) VP. Pañcar. (cf. IW. 514 &c.)
⋙ brahmavaivartaka
○vaivarḍtaka n. 'metamorphoses of Brahmā' (who is identified with Kṛishṇa), N. of a Purāṇa (one of the most modern of the 18, containing prayers and invocations addressed to Kṛishṇa with narratives about his loves for the Gopīs and Rādhā &c.) VP. Pañcar. (cf. IW. 514 &c.)
○ta-rahasya n. ○ta-sāra m. N. of wks
⋙ brahmavyavahāra
○vyavahāra m. N. of wk
⋙ brahmavrata
○vrata n. N. of a religious observance MBh.
• a vow of chastity (-dhara mfn. practising the vow of chastity) Pañcat.
⋙ brahmaśabda
○śabda (ibc.), Brahmā's word
-vāda m. -śakti-vāda m. ○dârtha-vāda m. ○dârtha-vicāra m. N. of wks
⋙ brahmaśambhu
○śambhu m. N. of an astronomer Cat.
⋙ brahmaśalya
○śalya m. Acacia Arabica L.
⋙ brahmaśāyin
○śāyin mfn. resting in Brahm˘a L.
⋙ brahmaśālā
○śālā f. Brahmā's hall MaitrUp., N. of a place MBh.
⋙ brahmaśāsana
○śāsana m. N. of a Grāma L.
• n. a command of Brahmā or of a Brāhman L.
• an edict addressed to the Brāhmans (= dharmakīlaka) L.
⋙ brahmaśiras
○śiras n. 'Brahmā's head', N. of a mythical weapon MBh. R. Hariv. (also -śīrṣan BhP.)
○raḥ-khaṇḍana n. N. of ch. of KūrmaP
⋙ brahmaśumbhita
○śumbhita (bráhma-), mfn. purified or adorned by devotion AV.
⋙ brahmaśrī
○śrī f. N. of a Sāman Br.
⋙ brahmasaṃśita
○saṃśita (bráhma-), mfn. sharpened by prayer or by a sacred text RV. AV. Br. ĀśvŚr.
⋙ brahmasaṃsad
○saṃsad f. Brahmā's hall of assembly Pañcar.
• an assembly of Brahmans KaṭhUp.
⋙ brahmasaṃstha
○saṃstha mfn. wholly devoted to Brahm˘a or sacred knowledge ChUp.
⋙ brahmasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. a collection of prayers Hariv.
• N. of sev. wks. (also -vyākhyā f.)
⋙ brahmasatī
○satī f. N. of. the river Sarasvatī L.
⋙ brahmasattra
○sattra n. sacrifice of devotion or meditation, constant repetition of Vedic texts Mn. ii, 106 BhP.
○ttrin mfn. offering the sacrṭsacrifice of dṭdevotion
• absorbed in the self-existent One MBh.
⋙ brahmasadana
○sadana n. the seat of the chief priest, ŚrS.
• = -sadas BhP.
• N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
⋙ brahmasadas
○sadas n. the residence or court of Brahmā MBh.
⋙ brahmasabhā
○sabhā f. the hall or court of Brahmā Ragh. Pañcar.
• N. of a lotus pond Divyâv.
⋙ brahmasambandha
○sambandha m. union with the Supreme Spirit RTL. 136
• = -rākṣasa L.
⋙ brahmasambhava
○sambhava mfn. sprung from Brahmā Hariv.
• m. (with Jainas) N. of the second black Vāsudeva L.
• N. of the author of a law-book Cat.
-smṛti f. N. of his wk. [Page 740, Column 2]
⋙ brahmasaras
○saras n. 'Brahmā's lake', N. of a very sacred bathing-place MBh.
⋙ brahmasarpa
○sarpa m. 'Brahmā's serpent', a kind of snake L.
⋙ brahmasava
○savá m. purification of prayer RV. ix, 17, 24
• N. of a partic. libation Mn. v, 23 (= brahma-kṣatra-s○)
⋙ brahmasāgara
○sāgara m. N. of a place Cat.
⋙ brahmasātkṛta
○sāt-kṛta mfn. brought into union with Brahmā BhP.
⋙ brahmasāma
○sāmá or n. N. of a Sāman (sung to a text recited by the chief priest or by the Brāhmaṇāc-chaṃsin) TS. Br. ŚrS.
⋙ brahmasāman
○sāmán n. N. of a Sāman (sung to a text recited by the chief priest or by the Brāhmaṇāc-chaṃsin) TS. Br. ŚrS.
○mika mfn. relating to it, _ PañcavBr. Sch.
⋙ brahmasāyujya
○sāyujya n. intimate union or identification with Brahm˘a L.
⋙ brahmasārṣṭitā
○sārṣṭitā f. union or equality with Brahm˘a Mn. iv, 232
⋙ brahmasāvarṇa
○sāvarṇa m. N. of the 10th Manu Pur. (also ○ṇi ib.)
• n. his Manv-antara ib.
⋙ brahmasiddhānta
○siddhânta m. N. of various astron. wks. (also -paddhati, f.)
⋙ brahmasiddhi
○siddhi m. N. of a Muni Kathās.
• of a Vedânta wk
-vyākhyā-ratna n. N. of a Comm. on it
⋙ brahmasuta
○suta m. 'Brahmā's son', N. of the Ketu Brahmadaṇḍa Var.
• (ā), f. Brahmā's daughter Hcat.
⋙ brahmasuvarcalā
○suvarcalā f. a species of plant Suśr. (Helianthus or Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.)
• an infusion of it (drunk as a penance) Mn. xi, 160
⋙ brahmasū
○sū m. 'Brahmā's son', N. of Kāma-deva or of Aniruddha (KṭKāma-deva's son) L.
⋙ brahmasūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmasūtra
○sūtra n. the sacred thread worn over the shoulder Yājñ. MBh. &c
• a Sūtra work treating of the knowledge of Brahm˘a (esp. the aphorisms of the Vedânta philosophy ascribed to Bādarāyaṇa or Vyāsa, also called bādarāyaṇa- or vedânta- or vyāsa- or śārīraka-sūtra, and uttara- or brahma-mīmāṃsā)
-ṛju-vyākhyā f. -kārikā f. -candrikā f. -tantra-dīpikā f. -tātparya n. N. of wks
-pada n. the word or statement of a Brahma-sūtra Bhag. Hariv.
• mf(ā or ī)n. consisting of such a word or stṭstatement Hariv.
-pradīpa m. -bhāṣya n. (○ṣya-dīpikā f. -vārttika, n. -sāra, m.), -laghu-vārttika n. -vṛtti f. (and ○ti-vārttika n.), -saṃgati f. ○trâdvaita-vṛtti f. ○trânubhāṣya n. (and ○ṣyapradīpa m. -vivaraṇa n.), ○trânuvyâkhyāna n. ○trârtha-prakāśikā f. ○trârtha-maṇi-māla f. ○trôpanyāsa m. (and ○sa-vṛtti f.) N. of various Comms. on the Brahma-sūtra, and Comms. on them
⋙ brahmasūtrin
○sūtrin mfn. invested with the Brāhmanical cord Yājñ.
⋙ brahmasūnu
○sūnu m. (with Jainas) N. of the 12th king of Bhārata L.
⋙ brahmasṛj
○sṛj m. 'Brahmā's creator', N. of Śiva Śivag.
⋙ brahmasoma
○soma m. N. of a sage Kathās.
⋙ brahmastamba
○stamba m. N. of a man Cat. (cf. brāhmastambi)
⋙ brahmastuti
○stuti f. N. of a hymn of praise (also ○ti-stotra) Cat.
⋙ brahmastena
○stena m. a thief of that which is sacred, one who obtains a knowledge of the Veda by illicit means MBh.
⋙ brahmasteya
○steya n. unlawful acquisition of the Veda (cf. prec.) Mn. ii, 116
⋙ brahmasthala
○sthala n. N. of a city Cat. (cf. -pura)
• of a village Kathās.
⋙ brahmasthāna
○sthāna n. 'Brahmā's place', N. of a Tīrtha MBh.
• m. the mulberry tree L.
⋙ brahmasphuṭasiddhānta
○sphuṭa-siddhânta m. N. of an astron. wk. by Brahma-gupta (also called brahma-siddhânta):
⋙ brahmasva
○sva n. the property i.e. lands or money of Brāhmans Caṇḍ. Pañcar.
⋙ brahmasvarūpa
○svarūpa mfn. of the nature or essence of the one self-existing Spirit W.
⋙ brahmasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ brahmahaṃsopaniṣad
○haṃsôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ brahmahatyā
○hatyā́ f. murder of a Brāhman (or any crime equally heinous) VS. &c. &c
⋙ brahmahan
○hán mf(ghnī)n. 'Brāhman-slaying', the murderer of a Brāhman TS. &c. &c
• (ghnī), f. Aloe Perfoliata L.
⋙ brahmahari
○hari m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ brahmahuta
○huta n. 'offering to Brahmā or the Brāhmans', hospitality L. (cf. brāhmya-huta)
⋙ brahmahṛdaya
○hṛdaya m. n. the star Capella Sūryas.
⋙ brahmahrada
○hrada m. N. of a lake Cat.
⋙ brahmākṣara
brahmâkṣara n. the sacred syllable om BhP.
-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of sacred syllables Hariv.
⋙ brahmāgāra
brahmâgāra n. the house of the chief priest KātyŚr.
⋙ brahmāgrabhū
brahmâgra-bhū m. a horse L. (cf. next and brahmâtma-bhū)
⋙ brahmāṅgabhū
brahmâṅgabhū mfn. one who has touched the several parts of his body during the repetition of Mantras Kum. iii, 15 (cf. Mall.)
• m.= prec. A.
⋙ brahmāñjali
brahmâñjali m. joining the hollowed hands while repeating the Veda Mn. ii, 71
-kṛta mfn. one who has joined the hands hands in token of homage to the Veda ib., 70 ĀśvGṛ. &c
⋙ brahmāṇḍa
brahmâṇḍa n. 'Brahmā's egg', the universe, world (also pl.) Hariv. Sūryas. Pur. (also -kaṭāha m. Āryabh. Sch.)
• N. of a Purāṇa and an Upapurāṇa
-kapāla m. the skull or hemisphere of the world, the inhabited earth Hcar.
-kalpa m. -jñāna-mahārāja-tantra n. and -tantra n. N. of Tāntric wks
-purāṇa n. N. of one of the 18 Purāṇas (so called as revealed by Brahmā and containing an account of the egg of Brahmā and the future Kalpas
cf. IW. 514 ; 521)
-bhāṇḍôdara n. the interior of the vessel-like egg of Brahmā MW. [Page 740, Column 3]
-yāmale pañcamī-sādhana n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmātithi
brahmâtithi m. 'Brahmā's guest', N. of a Kāṇva (author of RV. viii, 5)
⋙ brahmātmabhū
brahmâtma-bhū m. a horse (cf. brahmâṅga- and ○mâgra-bhū)
⋙ brahmādanī
brahmâdanī f. a species of plant (= haṃsa-padī) L.
⋙ brahmādarśa
brahmâdarśa m. 'Brahmā's mirror', N. of wk
⋙ brahmādijātā
brahmâdi-jātā f. the river Go-dāvarī L. (vḷ. mâdri-j○)
⋙ brahmāditya
brahmâditya m. N. of an author (also called brahmârka) Cat.
⋙ brahmādiśīrṣa
brahmâdi-śīrṣa m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat. 1
⋙ brahmādya
brahmâdya mfn. (fr. 1. ādya) beginning with Brahmā Mn. i, 50. 2
⋙ brahmādya
brahmâdya mfn. (fr. 2. ādya) to be eaten by priests or Brāhmans Br.
⋙ brahmādrijātā
brahmâdri-jātā f. See ○mâdi-jātā
⋙ brahmādhigama
brahmâdhigama m. devotion to sacred study or the Veda (also ○mana n. W)
○mika mfn. relating to it Mn. ii, 64
⋙ brahmānanda
brahmânanda m. 'joy in Brahm˘a', the rapture of absorption into the one self-existent Spirit RāmatUp.
• N. of various men and authors (also -giri, -parama-haṃsa, -bhāratī, -yogin, -yogī7ndra, -sārasvatī, and ○din, m.)
• of various wks. (also -vallī f. -vilāsa m. -sūtramuktâvali f. -stava m. ○dīya and ○dīya-khaṇḍana, n.)
⋙ brahmāpeta
brahmâpêta m. N. of one of the Rākshasas said to dwell in the sun during the month Māgha VP.
⋙ brahmābhyāsa
brahmâbhyāsa m. study and repetition of the Veda Mn. iv, 149
⋙ brahmāmṛta
brahmâmṛta n. N. of a Vedânta wk
-varṣiṇī f. N. of a Comm. on the Brahma-sūtras
⋙ brahmāmbhas
brahmâmbhas n. 'holy water', the urine of a cow L.
⋙ brahmāyaṇa
brahmâyaṇa or m. N. of Nārāyaṇa Hariv.
⋙ brahmāyana
brahmâyana m. N. of Nārāyaṇa Hariv.
⋙ brahmāyatana
brahmâyatana n. a temple of Brahmā Var.
○tanīya mf(ā)n. leaning on or supported by Brāhmans Lāṭy.
⋙ brahmāyus
brahmâyus n. Brahmā's life-time Vishṇ.
• mfn. living as long as Brahmā Siṃhâs.
• m. N. of a Brāhman Buddh.
⋙ brahmāraṇya
brahmâraṇya n. 'holy forest', a grove in which the Veda is studied L.
• N. of a forest Hit.
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmārambha
brahmârambha m. beginning to repeat the Veda Mn. ii, 71
⋙ brahmārka
brahmârka m. See ○mâditya
⋙ brahmārgha
brahmârgha mfn. worthy of Brahmā or of sacred knowledge KaushUp. (vḷ. for ○ma-grāhin)
⋙ brahmārpaṇa
brahmârpaṇa n. the offering of sacred texts Pañcar.
• N. of a magical spell ib.
⋙ brahmālaṃkāra
brahmâlaṃkāra m. the ornament of Brahmā KaushUp.
⋙ brahmāvatī
brahmā-vatī f. N. of a woman Divyâv.
• of a lotus pond ib.
⋙ brahmāvabodha
brahmâvabodha m. N. of wk. (also -viveka-sindhu, m.)
⋙ brahmāvarta
brahmâvarta m. 'the holy land', N. of the country situated between the rivers Sarasvatī and Dṛishadvatī to the N. W. of Hastinā-pura Mn. ii, 17 ; 19 AV.Pariś. &c. (cf. IW. 209)
• of a Tīrtha MBh. (also -tīrtha n. Cat.)
• of a son of Ṛishabha BhP.
⋙ brahmāvalībhāṣya
brahmâvalī-bhāṣya n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmāvādanagara
brahmā-vāda-nagara n. N. of a city Siṃhâs.
⋙ brahmāvāsa
brahmâvāsa m. 'home of or in Brahmā', N. of a wk. (on salvation to be attained in Benares)
⋙ brahmāsana
brahmâsana n. the seat of the chief priest ŚrS.
• (ifc. f. ā) a partic. posture suited to devout religious meditation Kād.
-niviṣṭa mfn. seated in that posture Rājat.
⋙ brahmāstra
brahmâstra n. 'Brahmā's missile', N. of a mythical weapon (which deals infallible destruction) MBh. R. Kathās.
• of a partic. kind of incantation Cat. (cf. IW. 402, 1)
-kalpa m. -kavaca m. or n. -kārya-sādhana n. -paddhati f. -vidyā-pu0jā-paddhati f. -vidhāna-paddhati, f. N. of wks
⋙ brahmāsya
brahmâsya n. the mouth of Brahmā MBh.
• the mythical of a Brāhman Cat.
⋙ brahmāhuta
bráhmâhuta mfn. one to whom oblations of prayer and devotion have been made AV.
⋙ brahmāhuti
brahmâhuti f. the offering of prṭprayer or devotion Mn. ii, 106
⋙ brahmeddha
bráhmêddha mfn. lighted or kindled with prayers AV.
⋙ brahmendra
brahmêndra m. (with sarasvatī or ○dra-svāmin) N. of authors Cat.
⋙ brahmeśaya
brahme-śaya (for ○maNi-z○), m. 'resting in Brahm˘a', N. of Kārttikeya MBh.
• of Vishṇu ib.
⋙ brahmeśavaiṣṇava
brahmêśa-vaiṣṇava mfn. descended from Brahmā and Śiva and Vishṇu MārkP.
⋙ brahmeśvira
brahmêśvira m. N. of an author Cat.
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha on the Revā or Narmadā river Cat.
⋙ brahmaikyaprakaraṇa
brahmâikya-prakaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ brahmojjha
brahmôjjha mfn. one who has neglected or forgotten the Veda Gaut.
• n. (cf. Āpast.) = -tā f. (cf. Mn.), -tva n. (cf. Yājñ. Sch.) neglecting or forgetting the Veda, (cf. IW. 270)
⋙ brahmoḍumbara
brahmôḍumbara wṛ. for ○môdumbara
⋙ brahmottara
brahmôttara mfn. treating principally of Brahmā or consisting chiefly of Brāhmans
• m. N. of a superhuman being Lalit.
• (with Jainas) of a partic. Kalpa Dharmaś.
• pl. N. of a people MārkP.
• n. N. of a town Divyâv.
• of ch. of Skandap (also called -khaṇḍa n. or laghu-śiva-purāṇa n.)
⋙ brahmodatīrtha
brahmôda-tīrtha n. (cf. Cat.) and [Page 741, Column 1]
⋙ brahmodumbara
brahmôdumbara m. or n. (cf. MBh
• C. ○môḍ○) N. of Tīrthas
⋙ brahmodya
brahmốdya n. rivalry in sacred knowledge, playful discussion of theological questions or problems Br. ŚrS.
• mf(ā)n. relating to sacred questions or problems Vop.
• (ā), f. (with kathā) a story or riddle from the Veda Mn. iii, 231 (cf. brahmavadya)
⋙ brahmopadeśa
brahmôpadeśa m. instruction in sacred knowledge, A.
-netṛ m. Butea Frondosa ib. (cf. -môpanetṛ)
⋙ brahmopaniṣad
brahmôpaniṣad f. mystical teaching concerning Brahm˘a (cf. ChUp.) or the Brāhmans (cf. MBh. xv, 940)
• N. of 2 Upanishads
⋙ brahmopanetṛ
brahmôpanetṛ m. Butea Frondosa L. (cf. ○padeśa-netṛ)
⋙ brahmopāsanā
brahmôpâsanā f. worship of Brahmā RTL. 493
⋙ brahmopeta
brahmôpêta m. N. of a Rakshas VP. (cf. brahmâpêta)
⋙ brahmaudana
brahmâudaná m. boiled rice distributed to Brāhmans and esp. to the chief priest at a sacrifice AV. TS. Br. ŚrS.
⋙ brahmaupagava
brahmâupagava m. Pāṇ. 6-1, 88 Sch.
≫ brahmaṇaspati
bráhmaṇas-páti m. (fr. brahmaṇas gen. of brahman + p○) = bṛ́has-páti RV. &c. &c. (-sū7kta n. N. of wk.)
○ṇas pátnī f. the wife of the priest called Brahman TS.
≫ brahmaṇya 1
brahmaṇya Nom. P. ○yáti (only pr. p. ○yát) to pray, be devout or religious RV.
≫ brahmaṇya 2
brahmaṇyá mfn. relating to Brahm˘a or Brahmā, devoted to sacred knowledge or friendly to Brāhmans, religious, pious MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. N. of Kārttikeya MBh.
• of the planet Saturn W.
• the mulberry tree L.
• Saccharum Munjia L.
• (ā), f. N. of Durgā L.
• (○ṇyá), n. (pl.) 'praise' or 'sacrificial food' (?) RV. viii, 6, 33 (cf. Sāy.)
⋙ brahmaṇyatā
○tā f. friendliness towards Brāhmans, piety MBh. BhP.
⋙ brahmaṇyatīrtha
○tīrtha m. N. of a teacher Cat.
⋙ brahmaṇyadeva
○deva m. N. of Vishṇu Hariv. (= brahmaṇyānāṃ śreṣṭhaḥ Sch.)
⋙ brahmaṇyabhāskara
○bhāskara m. N. of a man Cat.
≫ brahmaṇvat 1
bráhmaṇ-vat (○vát TBr.), mfn. accompanied by prayer, devout AV. Br.
• practising a sacred work (and 'having a Brāhman') TS. Kāṭh.
• including or representing the Brāhmans (as Agni) Br. ŚrS.
• containing the word brahman AitBr. (ī), f. N. of an Ishṭakā TS.
≫ brahmaṇvat 2
brahmaṇ-vát ind. like Brahm˘a or Brahmā or a Brāhman ŚBr. KātyŚr.
≫ brahmāṇī
brahmāṇī f. the Śakti or personified female energy of Brahmā, the wife of Brahmā Pur. (cf. IW. 522)
• N. of Durgā Hariv. DeviiP. (wṛ. brāhmānī or brāhmaṇī)
• a kind of perfume L.
• a kind of brass L.
• N. of a river MBh. (vḷ. brāhmaṇī)
⋙ brahmāṇīmantra
○mantra m. a partic. verse or formula MārkP.
≫ brahmāya
brahmāya Nom, Ā. ○yate, to become Brahmā Vās.
≫ brahmin
brahmin mfn. belonging or relating to Brahm˘a or Brahmā TĀr.
• 'possessing sacred knowledge' N. of Vishṇu MBh.
≫ brahmiṣṭha
bráhmiṣṭha mfn. (superl. fr. brahmán) a Brāhman in the highest degree (as a N. of Brihaspati or Prajā-pati and of very learned and pious Brāhmans or princes) TS. &c. &c
• m. N. of a prince Ragh.
• (ā), f. N. of Durgā, DeviiP.
≫ brahmī 1
bráhmī f. holy, devout (?) RV. ix, 33, 5 (cf. Sāy. = brāhmaṇa-prêrita)
• a kind of fish, Macrognathus Pancalus (commonly called Pancal) L.
• a kind of vegetable L.
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
≫ brahmī 2
brahmī in comp. for ○ma or ○man
⋙ brahmībhūta
○bhūta m. N. of Śaṃkarâcārya Gal.
≫ brahmīyas
bráhmīyas mfn. (compar. fr. brahmán) more or most devout or skilled in sacred knowledge
• m. a pious or learned Brāhman Br.
≫ brāhma
brāhmá mf(ī)n. (fr. brahman, for which it is also the Vṛiddhi form in comp.) relating to Brahm˘a or Brahmā, holy, sacred, divine AV. &c. &c
• relating to sacred knowledge, prescribed by the Veda, scriptural Mn. ii, 150 &c
• sacred to the Veda (with or scil. tīrtha n. the part of the hand situated at the √of the thumb), ii, 59 &c
• relating or belonging to the Brāhmans or the sacerdotal class peculiar or favourable to or consisting of Brāhmans Brahmanical Mn. MBh. &c. (with nidhi m. money bestowed on the sacerdotal class Mn. vii, 89)
• belonging to an inhabitant of Brahmā's world Jātakam.
• m. (with or scil. vivāha) N. of a form of marriage (in which the bride is bestowed on the bridegroom without requiring anything from him) Mn. iii, 21 &c
• N. of a man (son of Kṛishṇa and father of Mahêśvara) Cat.
• patr. of Nārada L.
• of Kavi MBh.
• of Ūrdhva-nābhan and Raksho-han RAnukr.
• (ī), f. See brāhmī
• n. sacred study, study of the Veda BhP.
• (with or scil. tīrtha), See above
⋙ brāhmakārikā
○kārikā f. pl. N. of partic. Kārikās Cat.
⋙ brāhmakṛteya
○kṛteya m. patr. fr. brahma-kṛta g. śubhrâdi. [Page 741, Column 2]
⋙ brāhmagupta
○gupta m. pl. (fr. brahma-gupta) N. of a race Kār. on Pāṇ. 5-3, 116 (vḷ. brahma-g○)
○ptīya m. a prince of the Brāhmaguptas ib. (vḷ. brahma-g○)
⋙ brāhmadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. (prob.) wṛ. for brahma-d○ Rājat.
⋙ brāhmadattāyana
○dattāyana m. patr. fr. brahma-datta g. śubhrâdi
⋙ brāhmadeya
○deya mfn. = brahma-d○ mfn. MBh. iii, 12729 (B.) Kull. on Mn. iii, 585
⋙ brāhmaparvan
○parvan n. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmapalāśa
○palāśa m. pl. N. of a school (also read brahma-p○, q.v.)
⋙ brāhmapiṅgā
○piṅgā (?), f. silver W.
⋙ brāhmapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. = brahma-p○ VP.
⋙ brāhmapuṣpi
○puṣpi m. patr. fr. brahma-puṣpa Cat. (wṛ. brahma-puṣpi)
⋙ brāhmaprajāpatya
○prajāpatya mfn. (fr. brahma-prajāpati) L.
⋙ brāhmamuhūrta
○muhūrta m. n. a partic. period of the day (that included between the 4th Ghaṭikā and the 2nd before sunrise), dawn L. (cf. Mn. iv, 92)
⋙ brāhmarāti
○rāti m. (fr. brahma-rāta) patr. of Yājñavalkya VāyuP.
⋙ brāhmalaukika
○laukika mfn. (fr. brahma-loka) possessing claims to Brahmā's world R.
⋙ brāhmavivāha
○vivāha m. = ○mo viv○ above
⋙ brāhmasiddhānta
○siddhânta m. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmāhorātra
brāhmâho-rātra m. a day and night of Brahmā (a period of 2000 ages of the gods or 2 Kalpas of mortals) L. (cf. Mn. i, 72)
⋙ brāhmeṣṭi
brāhmêṣṭi f. a partic. Ishṭi Up.
⋙ brāhmoḍhā
brāhmôḍhā f. a woman married according to the Brāhma rite Vishṇ. Sch.
⋙ brāhmotsava
brāhmôtsava m. a class of periodical religious festivals RTL. 510
⋙ brāhmaudanika
brāhmaudanika m. (fr. brahmâudana
• with or scil. agni) the fire on which the rice for the priests is boiled ĀpŚr.
≫ brāhmaka
brāhmaka n. = -brahmaṇā kṛtam (saṃjñāyām), g. kulālâdi
• (ikā), f. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
≫ brāhmaṇa
brā́hmaṇa mfn. relating to or given by a Brāhman, befitting or becoming a Brāhman, Brāhmanical AV. TBr. MBh.
• (○ṇá), m. one who has divine knowledge (sometimes applied to Agni), a Brāhman, a man belonging to the 1st of the 3 twice-born classes and of the 4 original divisions of the Hindū body (generally a priest, but often in the present day a layman engaged in non-priestly occupations although the name is strictly only applicable to one who knows and repeats the Veda) RV. &c. &c
• = brāhmaṇācchaṃsin KātyŚr.
• a Brāhman in the second stage (between Mātra and Śrotriya) Hcat.
• N. of the 28th lunar mansion L.
• (ī), f. See brāhmaṇī
• n. that which is divine, the divine AV.
• sacred or divine power ib. ĀśvGṛ.
• Brāhmanical explanation, explanations of sacred knowledge or doctrine (esp. for the use of the Brāhmans in their sacrifices) Br.
• the Brāhmaṇa portion of the Veda (as distinct from its Mantra and Upanishad portion) and consisting of a class of works called Brāhmaṇas (they contain rules for the employment of the Mantras or hymns at various sacrifices, with detailed explanations of their origin and meaning and numerous old legends
• they are said by Sāyaṇa to contain two parts: 1. vidhi, rules or directions for rites
• 2. artha-vāda, explanatory remarks
• each Veda has its own Brāhmaṇa, that of the RV. is preserved in 2 works, viz. the Aitareya, sometimes called Āśvalāyana, and the Kaushītaki or Śāṅkhāyana-BrṭBrāhmaṇa
• the white Yajur-veda has the Śata-patha-BrṭBrāhmaṇa
• the black Yajur-veda has the Taittirīya-BrṭBrāhmaṇa which differs little from the text of its Saṃhitā
• the SV. has 8 Brāhmaṇa, the best known of which are the Prauḍha or Pañca-viṃśa and the Ṣaḍvinśa
• the AV. has one Brāhmaṇa called Go-patha) Nir. GṛŚrS. &c
• the Soma vessel of the Brahman priest RV. AV.
• a society or assemblage of Brāhmans, a conclave W.
⋙ brāhmaṇakalpa
○kalpa m. pl. the Brāhmaṇas and Kalpas (two kinds of Vedic texts) Pāṇ. 4-3, 105
• mfn. like a Brāhman AitBr.
⋙ brāhmaṇakāmyā
○kāmyā f. love for BrṭBrāhmaṇa Mṛicch.
⋙ brāhmaṇakāraka
○kāraka mfn. making a person a Brāhmaṇa Pat,. on Pāṇ. 2-2, 6
⋙ brāhmaṇakumāra
○kumāra m. a BrṭBrāhmaṇa boy TāṇḍBr.
⋙ brāhmaṇakula
○kula n. the house of a BrṭBrāhmaṇa Gobh.
⋙ brāhmaṇakṛta
○kṛta m. N. of a man
○teya m. patr. fr. prec. (ī f.), g. śārṅgaravâdi
⋙ brāhmaṇagṛha
○gṛha n. = -kula KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇaghna
○ghna m. the killer of a Brāhman Mn. ix, 232
⋙ brāhmaṇacāṇḍāla
○cāṇḍāla m. 'Cāṇḍāla among Brāhmaṇa', a degraded or out-caste Brāhmaṇa Mn. ix, 87
• the son of a Śūdra father by a Brāhmanī mother W.
⋙ brāhmaṇaja
○ja mf(ā)n., said of an Ishṭi ĀpŚr. Sch. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 101 Sch.)
• n. = next MW.
⋙ brāhmaṇajāta
○jātá n. (cf. ŚBr.),
⋙ brāhmaṇajāti
○jāti f. (W.) the Brāhmanical caste or race
○tīya mfn. belonging to it W.
⋙ brāhmaṇajīvikā
○jīvikā f. the occupation or subsistence of, a Brāhman ib.
⋙ brāhmaṇajuṣṭa
○juṣṭa mfn. pleasing to BrṭBrāhmaṇa ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ brāhmaṇaḍimbha
○ḍimbha m. a BrṭBrāhmaṇa lad, young Brāhmaṇa Mālatīm.
⋙ brāhmaṇatarpaṇa
○tarpaṇa n. the feeding or satisfying of Brāhmaṇa SāmavBr.
⋙ brāhmaṇatā
○tā f. the rank or condition of a Brāhmaṇa AitBr. Mn.
⋙ brāhmaṇatrā
○trā ind. among the BrṭBrāhmaṇa Pāṇ. 5-4, 55 Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇatva
○tva n. = -tā Lāṭy. Sch. Māllin.
-vicāra m. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmaṇadārikā
○dārikā f. a BrṭBrāhmaṇa girl Buddh. [Page 741, Column 3]
⋙ brāhmaṇadravya
○dravya n. the property of a Brāhmaṇa Mn.ix, 198
⋙ brāhmaṇadveṣin
○dveṣin mfn. hating BrṭBrāhmaṇa R.
⋙ brāhmaṇadhana
○dhana n. the fee bestowed on Brāhmaṇa Vait.
⋙ brāhmaṇanindaka
○nindaka mfn. reviling BrṭBrāhmaṇa MBh.
⋙ brāhmaṇapañcikā
○pañcikā f
⋙ brāhmaṇapaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of wks
⋙ brāhmaṇapatha
○patha m. a Brāhmaṇa text, Rprāt. Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇapāla
○pāla m. N. of a prince L.
⋙ brāhmaṇaputraka
○putraka m. a Brāhman boy Kathās.
⋙ brāhmaṇaprasaṅga
○prasaṅga m. the applicability of the term Brāhmaṇa, the idea of Brāhman Vajras.
⋙ brāhmaṇaprātiveśya
○prātiveśya m. a neighbouring Brāhman Yājñ. ii, 263
⋙ brāhmaṇapriya
○priya m. a friend of BrṭBrāhmaṇa (said of Vishṇu) Vishṇ.
⋙ brāhmaṇabruva
○bruva m. 'calling one's self a Brāhman', a Brāhmaṇa only by name or a BrṭBrāhmaṇa who disgraces his caste Mn. MBh. &c. (cf. dvija-bruva and brahma-bruvāṇa)
⋙ brāhmaṇabhāva
○bhāva m. the rank or condition of a Brāhmaṇa L.
⋙ brāhmaṇabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmaṇabhuyiṣṭha
○bhuyiṣṭha mfn. principally consisting of (or containing) Brāhmaṇa R.
⋙ brāhmaṇabhojana
○bhojana n. the feeding of Brāhmaṇa (as a religious act) ṢaḍvBr. GṛS.
-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmaṇamahimādarśa
○mahimâdarśa m. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmaṇamukhīna
○mukhīna m. pl. N. of partic. verses or formulas TĀr. Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇayajña
○yajñá m. a sacrifice intended for Brāhmaṇa ŚBr.
• a sacrifice offered by Brāhmaṇa MBh.
⋙ brāhmaṇayaṣṭikā
○yaṣṭikā or f. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
⋙ brāhmaṇayaṣṭī
○yaṣṭī f. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
⋙ brāhmaṇarūpabhṛt
○rūpa-bhṛt mfn. bearing the form of a Brāhmaṇa MW.
⋙ brāhmaṇalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmaṇaliṅga
○liṅga mfn. resembling the texts called Brāhmaṇas (said of verses or formulas) Kauś.
⋙ brāhmaṇavacana
○vacana n. the statement of a Brāhmana text Āpast.
⋙ brāhmaṇavat
○vát mfn. connected with a BrṭBrāhmaṇa TS.
• (brā́h○), possessed of or in accordance with a Brāhmaṇa, correct TBr.
• (atī), f. N. of partic. Ishṭakās Nyāyam. Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇavadha
○vadha m. the murder of a Brāhman Mn. xi, 89
⋙ brāhmaṇavara
○vara m. N. of a prince Kathās.
⋙ brāhmaṇavarcasa
○varcasá n. the excellence or dignity of a Brāhman AV. (cf. brahma-v○)
⋙ brāhmaṇavākya
○vākya n. = -vacana KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇavācana
○vācana n. the recitation of benedictions (as becomes Brāhmaṇa) Hcat. (wṛ. brahmaṇa-v○)
⋙ brāhmaṇavidhi
○vidhi m. any injunction (contained) in a Brāhmaṇa work Kauś.
⋙ brāhmaṇavilāpa
○vilāpa m. 'the Brāhman's lament', N. of an episode of the MBh. (i, 6104 &c., more usually called Baka-vadha-parva)
⋙ brāhmaṇavihita
○vihita mfn. prescribed in a Brāhmaṇa Lāṭy.
⋙ brāhmaṇavedam
○vedam ind. (to feed &c.) as many Brāhmans as one knows Pāṇ. 4-3, 29 Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇaśramaṇanyāya
○śramaṇa-nyāya m. the rule or phrase of the Brāhman Śramaṇa
• (āt), ind. according to the phrase 'a Brāhmaṇa ŚrṭŚramaṇa' (which involves a contradiction as it expresses a BrṭBrāhmaṇa Buddhist
• cf. śramaṇa) Sāh.
⋙ brāhmaṇasaṃstha
○saṃstha mfn. belonging to or abiding with a Brāhmaṇa W.
⋙ brāhmaṇasattama
○sattama m. the best of BrṭBrāhmaṇa MW.
⋙ brāhmaṇasaṃtarpaṇa
○saṃtarpaṇa n. = -tarpaṇa ib.
⋙ brāhmaṇasarvasva
○sarvasva n. N. of wk
⋙ brāhmaṇasava
○sava m. N. of a partic. sacrifice TBr. Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇasāt
○sāt ind. to the Brāhmans (with √kṛ, to present to or bestow on the Brāhmaṇa MBh. Hariv. Kathās.
• with √as, to belong to the Brāhmaṇa) MBh.
⋙ brāhmaṇastuti
○stuti f. 'praise of the BrṭBrāhmaṇa', N. of ch. of PurS
⋙ brāhmaṇasva
○sva n. the property of BrṭBrāhmaṇa Āpast.
⋙ brāhmaṇasvara
○svara m. the accent usual in a Brāhmaṇa KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇahita
○hita mfn. suitable to or fit for a Brāhman W.
⋙ brāhmaṇākriya
brāhmaṇâkriya m. an initiated BrṭBrāhmaṇa who is not familiar with sacrifices Hcat.
⋙ brāhmaṇācchaṃsin
brāhmaṇāc-chaṃsín m. (fr. ○NAt-zaM○) 'reciting after the Brāhmaṇa or the Brahman', a priest who assists the Brahman or chief priest at a Soma sacrifice Br. ŚrS.
○sina ukthya n. ○si-prayoga m. ○si-śastra n. N. of wks
○sīya n. (cf. KātyŚr.), ○sīyā f. the office of the BrṭBrāhmaṇa-chṭchief
○syá mfn. relating to the Brāhmaṇa-chṭchief ŚBr.
• n. his office ib.
⋙ brāhmaṇātikrama
brāhmaṇâtikrama m. disrespect towards Brāhmans Mn. iii, 63
⋙ brāhmaṇātmaka
brāhmaṇâtmaka mfn. belonging to BrṭBrāhmaṇa W.
• containing an account of the Brāhmaṇa ib.
⋙ brāhmaṇāda
brāhmaṇâda mfn. devouring BrṭBrāhmaṇa (said of a Rākshasa) MBh.
⋙ brāhmaṇādarśana
brāhmaṇâdarśana n. absence of Brāhmauical instruction or guidance Mn. x, 43 (others 'not seeing or consulting Brāhmans')
⋙ brāhmaṇāpaśraya
brāhmaṇâpaśraya mfn. seeking refuge in Brāhmaṇa MW.
⋙ brāhmaṇābhāṣaṇa
brāhmaṇâbhāṣaṇa n. N. of a kind of artifical composition (contained in the Kavi-kalpa-latā, q.v.)
⋙ brāhmaṇābhyupapatti
brāhmaṇâbhyupapatti f. protection or preservation of a Brāhman Mn. viii, 112
⋙ brāhmaṇeṣṭa
brāhmaṇêṣṭa m. the mulberry tree L.
⋙ brāhmaṇokta
brāhmaṇôkta mfn. prescribed in a Brāhmaṇa ŚrS.
≫ brāhmaṇaka
brāhmaṇaka m. a bad Brāhman, a BrṭBrāhmaṇaka only by name MBh.
• a country inhabited by warlike Brāhmaṇaka Pāṇ. 5-2, 71 (○kīya mfn. iv, 2, 104 Vārtt. 30 Pat.)
• (ikā), f. (prob.) a species of lizard Cat. (cf. brāhmaṇī)
• Trigonella Corniculata L.
≫ brāhmaṇāyana
brāhmaṇāyaná m. a mere descendant of a Brāhman ŚBr. Kauś. (cf. Sch. 'a Brāhman whose father or elder brother or any elder relative is still alive')
• a Brāhman sprung from learned and holy progenitors W. [Page 742, Column 1]
≫ brāhmaṇi
brāhmaṇi in comp. for ○ṇī
⋙ brāhmaṇikalpā
○kalpā
⋙ brāhmaṇigotrā
○gotrā
⋙ brāhmaṇicelī
○celī
⋙ brāhmaṇitamā
○tamā
⋙ brāhmaṇitarā
○tarā
⋙ brāhmaṇibruvā
○bruvā
⋙ brāhmaṇimatā
○matā
⋙ brāhmaṇirūpā
○rūpā and f. Pāṇ. 6-3, 43 Sch.
⋙ brāhmaṇihatā
○hatā f. Pāṇ. 6-3, 43 Sch.
≫ brāhmaṇika
brāhmaṇika mfn. derived from or relating to the Brāhmaṇas Pāṇ. 4-3, 72
≫ brāhmaṇī
brāhmaṇī f. (of ○ṇa) a Brāhmaṇī woman or a Brāhman's wife Kāṭh. GṛŚrS. MBh. &c. (ifc. ○ṇīka, cf. sa-brāhmaṇika)
• a kind of lizard with a red tail
R. Sch. (cf. brāhmaṇikā)
• a kind of largeheaded ant L.
• a kind of wasp L.
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
• Trigonella Corniculata L.
• Ruta Graveolens L.
• a kind of brass L.
• = buddhi Nīlak.
• N. of a river MBh.
• wṛ. for brahmāṇī
⋙ brāhmaṇīgāmin
○gāmin m. the paramour of a Brāhmaṇī woman or of a Brahman's wife W.
⋙ brāhmaṇītva
○tva n. the state or condition of a Brāhmaṇi woman Vop.
⋙ brāhmaṇīsattamā
○sattamā f. the best of Brāhmaṇī women MW.
≫ brāhmaṇībhū
brāhmaṇī-√bhū P. -bhavati (ind. p. -bhū́ya), to become a Brāhman ŚBr.
≫ brāhmaṇya
brā́hmaṇya mfn. (fr. brāhmaṇá) fit for Brāhmans MBh.
• m. the planet Saturn L. (cf. 2. brahmaṇya)
• n. the state or rank of a Brāhman, Brāhmanhood, priestly rank or character ŚBr. &c. &c. (cf. a-br○)
• a multitude or assembly of Brāhmans R. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 42)
≫ brāhmāṇī
brāhmāṇī wṛ. for brahmāṇī, q.v
≫ brāhmi
brā́hmi mfn. (fr. bráhman) holy, divine VS.
≫ brāhmī
brāhmī f. (of brāhmá, q.v.) the Śakti or personified energy of Brahmā (regarded as one of the 8 Mātṛis or divine mothers of created beings
• in MBh. ix, 2655 they are said to attend Skanda) L.
• speech or the goddess of speech (= Sarasvatī) MBh. i, 19
• N. of Durgā, DeviiP.
• the wife of a Brāhman W.
• (in music) N. of a Mūrchanā Saṃgīt.
• a religious practice, pious usage (○myā ind. according to pious usage) R.
• a woman married according to the Brāhma rite Gaut. Vishṇ. (cf. -putra), the constellation Rohiṇi L.
• a female fish or frog W.
• a species of ant L.
• N. of various plants (Clerodendrum Siphonantus, Ruta Graveolens, Enhydra Hingcha &c.) L.
• a kind of brass L.
• N. of a river Śatr.
• (with saṃhitā) N. of wk
⋙ brāhmīkanda
○kanda m. a species of bulbous plant L.
⋙ brāhmīkunda
○kunda n. N. of a sacred cavity in the ground Cat.
⋙ brāhmītantra
○tantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ brāhmīputra
○putra m. the son of a woman married according to the Brāhma rite Mn. iii, 37
⋙ brāhmīśāntisaṃkalpa
○śānti-saṃkalpa m
⋙ brāhmīśāntyavadhānakrama
○śānty-avadhānakrama m. N. of wks
≫ brāhmya
brāhmya mfn. relating to Brahm˘a or Brahmā or to the Brāhmans Mn. MBh. &c. (often vḷ. brāhma)
• m. (with muhūrta or ○taka) dawn, the hour preceding sunrise HYog. Pañcar.
• n. (with or scil. huta) worship or veneration paid to Brāhmans (considered as one of the 5 great sacraments = dvijâgryârcā or manuṣya-yajña) Mn. iii, 73, 74
• = dṛśya or vismaya L.
⋙ brāhmyatīrtha
○tīrtha n. a partic. part of the hand (cf. under brāhma) MārkP.
⋙ brāhmyamuhūrta
○muhūrta m. = ○myo muhūrtaḥ MW.
⋙ brāhmyahuta
○huta n. = ○myaṃ hutam, V
brādhnāyanya
brādhnāyanya m. patr. fr. bradhna g. kuñjâdi (f. ○yanī
• m. pl. ○yanāḥ Pāṇ. 5-3, 113 Sch.)
brāhma
brāhma brāhmaṇa &c. See p. 741
bruva
bruva See col. 2
brū
brū cl. 2. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxiv, 35) bráviiti, brūté (only pr. stem
• the other forms are supplied by √vac, cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 53
brūmi for braviimi R.
• Subj. brávas, ○vat RV.
• Impv. brūhi, ep. also braviihi, bruvadhvam
brūtāt Pāṇ. 7-i, 35 Sch.
• impf. abruvam for abravam Up. MBh.
• pr.p. Ā. ep. bruvamāṇa for bruvāṇa
• Prec. 2. pl. brūyāsta Nal. xvii, 36, prob. wṛ. for brūyās tat), to speak, say, tell (either intrans
• or with acc. of pers. or thing
• or with acc. of thing and acc., dat., gen. or loc. of person = to tell or relate anything to
• with two acc. also = declare or pronounce to be, call) RV. &c. &c
• to speak about any person or thing (acc. with or without prati, or adhikṛtya) Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• to proclaim predict Var.
• to answer (either intrans. with punar or trans. with praśnam, 'a question') Mn. MBh.
• (with anyathā) to speak or decide or judge wrongly Mn. Pañcat.
• (Ā., rarely P.) to call or profess one's self to be (nom., rarely with iti) RV. Br. MBh.
• (Ā.) to designate for one's self, choose AitBr.
• (Ā.) to be told by itself tell itself (tell its tale) Pāṇ. 3-1, 89 Vārtt. 1 Pat. [Cf. Zd. mrū.] [Page 742, Column 2]
⋙ bruva
bruva mf(ā)n. calling one's self by a name without any real title to it
• being merely nominally (ifc
• cf. kṣatriya-, dvija-, brāhmaṇa-bruva)
≫ bruvāṇa
bruvāṇa mfn. speaking, telling, saying
• ifc. = prec. (cf. brahma-br○)
blī
blī See √vlī
bleṣka
bleṣka m. a snare, noose for catching Kāṭh.