Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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d
da 1
da the 3rd and soft letter of the 4th or dental class
⋙ dakāra
○kāra m. the letter or sound d
da 2
da mf(ā)n. (√1. ) ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 3) giving, granting, offering, effecting, producing (e.g. abhī7ṣṭa-, 'giving any desired object' Pañcat. ii, 50
gaja-vāji-vṛddhi-, 'promoting the welfare of elephants and horses' VarBṛS. xviii, 5) Mn. MBh. &c. (cf. agni-
a-doma-dá
anna-, artha-, garbha-, janma- &c.)
• m. n. a gift L.
• (ā), f. id. L.
da 3
da mfn. (√do) ifc., anala-, 2. jīva-
• m. n. the act of cutting off L.
• (ā), f. id. L.
da 4
da mfn. (√4. da-) ifc. ṛśya-dá
da 5
da = dát, cf. a-panna-, panna-
ṣo-ḍa
da 6
da m. a mountain L.
• n. a wife (derived fr. dám-patī) L.
• (ā), f. heat, pain L.
daṃś 1
daṃś or daṃs, cl. 1. 10. P. ○śati, ○śayati or ○s○, 'to speak' or 'to shine' Dhātup. xxxiii, 91
• cl. 1. P. and 10, Ā. (fr. Prākṛit daṃse) to show, 2 f
daṃś 2
daṃś cl. 1. (originally 6.) dáśati (Pāṇ. 6-4, 25
• Ā. MBh. i, 1798 & Hariv. 4302
• p. dáśat RV. &c
• pf. dadaṃśa
• pl. ○śur R. i, 45, 20
• p. dadaśvás RV. iv, 38, 6
• fut. daṅkṣyati Bhaṭṭ.
daṃṣṭā Pāṇ. 7-2, 10 Kār.
• 1. pl. daśiṣyāmas MBh. i, 1605
• aor. adāṅkṣīt Vop.
• pl. ○ṣur Bhaṭṭ.
• ind. p. daṃṣṭvā TāṇḍyaBr.
• cl. 1. daṃśati Cāṇ.) to bite RV. AV. ŚBr. &c.: Caus. to cause to bite Kauś.
• to cause to be bitten by (instr.) MBh. i, 2243 ; iii, 544 Suśr. iv, 14, 6 and 12: Intens. dandaśyate, ○śīti Pāṇ. 3-1, 24 ; vii, 4, 86
dandaṣṭi, ○daṃṣṭi Vop. xx, 19
• p. dándaśāna (cf. ○śū́ka) repeatedly biting RV. x, 95, 9: Caus. of Intens. (ind. p. dandaśayitvā) causing to be bitten by (instr.) Daś. i, 142
• [cf. ? ; Goth. tahyan.]
≫ daṃśa
daṃśa mfn. 'biting', mṛga-
• m. a bite, sting, the spot bitten (by a snake &c.) Suśr. Mālav. iv, 4 & 4/5, 3 Gīt. x, 11 Kathās. lx, 131
• snake-bite W.
• pungency W.
• a flaw (in a jewel) L.
• a tooth L.
• a stinging insect, gnat, gad-fly ChUp. Mn. xii, 62 Yājñ. iii, 215 MBh. &c
• N. of an Asura, xii, 93
• armour, mail BhP. i, iii
• a joint of the body L.
• (ī), f. a small gad-fly L.
• cf. kṣamā-, vṛṣa-
⋙ daṃśanāśinī
○nāśinī f. 'sting-curing', a kind of insect L.
⋙ daṃśabhīru
○bhīru
⋙ daṃśabhīruka
○bhīḍruka m. 'afraid of gad-flies', a buffalo L.
⋙ daṃśamaśaka
○maśaka n. sg. gad-flies and gnats Mn. i, 40 and 45
• (in comp.) Jain. and Pañcat. iii, 2, 9
⋙ daṃśamūla
○mūla m. 'pungent-√', Hyperanthera Moringa L.
⋙ daṃśavadana
○vadana m. 'sharp-beaked', a heron L.
≫ daṃśaka
daṃśaka mfn. 'biting', dṛḍha-, mṛga-
• m. 'a tooth', puru-
• a gad-fly L.
• a common fly Npr.
• N. of a prince of Kampana Rājat. viii, 178
• (ikā), f. a kind of stinging fly Npr.
⋙ daṃśana
daṃḍśana n. the act of biting, bite MBh. xiv, 754 Sāh.
• the being bitten by (instr.) MBh. viii, 4252
• armour, mail, i, iii, viii Deviim. ii, 27
⋙ daṃśita
daṃḍśita mfn. bitten Vet. ii, 0/1
• armed, mailed MBh. R. iii BhP. vi
• protected MBh. Hariv.
• adorned, 5432
• ready for (loc.) MBh. xii, 644
• fitting closely (like armour), standing closely together, crowded, iv ; v, 7184 (saṃś○ B) Hariv.
• n. a bite L.
⋙ daṃśin
daṃḍśin mfn. 'biting', tṛpra-daṃśín
• m. a dog Npr.
• a wasp ib.
≫ daṃśuka
dáṃśuka mfn. biting (with acc.) Kāṭh. TS. TBr.
≫ daṃśera
daṃśera for daś○ Uṇ. i, 58
⋙ daṃśman
daṃḍśman n. a bite or the spot bitten Kauś. 29 and 32
• cf. tṛṣṭá-
≫ daṃṣṭṛ
daṃṣṭṛ́ m. a biter AV. x, 4, 26
≫ daṃṣṭra
dáṃṣṭra m. a large tooth, tusk, fang RV. ii, 13, 4 ; x, 87, 3 AV. &c
• (ā), f. (g. ajâdi & Pāṇ. 3-2, 182) id. Śiksh. MBh. &c
• cf. áyo-, aṣṭa-, aṣṭā-, cátur-, tīkṣṇa-, bhagna-, raudra-, su-
≫ daṃṣṭrā
daṃṣṭrā f. of ○ra
⋙ daṃṣṭrākarāla
○karāla mfn. having terrible tusks, i, 5929
-vat mfn. id. R. (B) iv, 22, 29
⋙ daṃṣṭrādaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. a hog's tusk Dhanaṃj. 1
⋙ daṃṣṭrānivāsin
○nivāsin m. N. of a Yaksha Divyâv. xxix
⋙ daṃṣṭrāyudha
○"ṣyudha (○ray○), mfn. using tusks as weapons (dogs) R. ii, 70, 23
• m. a wild boar Npr.
⋙ daṃṣṭrāviṣa
○viṣa mfn. having venom in the teeth Suśr. v, 3, 3
⋙ daṃṣṭrāsena
○sena m. N. of a Buddh. scholar Buddh. L. [Page 465, Column 1]
⋙ daṃṣṭrāla
daṃṣṭrāla mfn. 1. tusked Hariv. R.
• m. N. of a Rakshas, v, 12, 13
≫ daṃṣṭrīka
daṃṣṭrīka mfn. tusked, g. vrīhy-ādi
• (ā), f. = dāḍhikā L.
• N. of a plant Npr. ○ṭrin mfn. (g. vrīhy-ādi) tusked, m. an animal with tusks Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• m. Śiva, xiv, 205
• a wild boar L.
• a hyena Npr.
• a snake Hariv. 12496
daṃs 1
daṃs cl. 1. 10. √1 daṃś
daṃs 2
daṃs cl. 10. (Subj. 2. sg. ○sáyas, nom pl. of ○sí Nir. iv, 25) to destroy (?) RV. x, 138, l
• cl. 1. P. 10. Ā. (for 2. daṃś)to bite Dhātup.
≫ daṃsana
daṃsána n. a surprising or wonderful deed, marvellous power or skill RV. i, 166, 13
• (ā) f. id., i, iii-viii (often instr. ○sánā), x
⋙ daṃsanāvat
daṃḍsánā-vat mfn. endowed with wonderful skill or power, i, iii ŚāṅkhŚr. viii, 17
⋙ daṃsayittṛ
daṃḍsayittṛ m. a destroyer Nir. vi, 26 Sch.
≫ daṃsas
dáṃsas n. = ○sána RV.
• cf. puru- and su-dáṃsas
≫ daṃsi
daṃsí m. or f. '= karman', s.v. 2. daṃs
≫ daṃsiṣṭha
dáṃsiṣṭha mfn. (Superl. of ○su or dasrá) of very wonderful strength, i, 182, 2
• viii ; x, 143, 3
≫ daṃsu
dáṃsu mfn. only in comp., = ?, Lat. densus (for the change of meaning cf. gurú & ? &c.)
• ind. wonderfully, i, 134, 4 & 141, 4
⋙ daṃsujūta
○jūta (dáṃsu-), mfn. wonderfully quick, 122, 10
⋙ daṃsupatnī
○patnī (dáṃsu-), f. having a powerful lord (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 34 Vārtt. 1 Pat.), iv, 19, 7 and (dáṃsu-pát○), vi, 3, 7
daṃh
daṃh cl. 10. ○hayati, to shine, burn Vop.
daka
daka n. = ud○, water Phetk. xvii
• cf. dagârgala
⋙ dakarākṣasa
○rākṣasa m. a water-Rākshasa Divyâv. viii, 262 ff
⋙ dakalāvaṇika
○lāvaṇika mfn. prepared with water and salt L.
⋙ dakodara
dakôdara n. a dropsical belly (cf. udak○) Suśr. i, 25, 8 ; iii, 7 ; iii, 8 ; v, 2, 36
dakṣ
dakṣ cl. 1. P. (Impv. 2. pl. dákṣatā) to act to the satisfaction of (dat. Nir. i, 7) RV. vii
• Ā. dákṣate (p. dákṣamāṇa
• pf. dadakṣe) to be able or strong, 16, 6 AV. if. ŚBr.ī, iv
• to grow, increase Dhātup. xvi, 7
• to act quickly ib.
• to go, xix, 8
• to hurt ib.: Caus. dakṣáyati (aor. adadakṣa), to make able or strong ŚBr. ii, iv, viii, xi
≫ dakṣa
dákṣa mf(ā)n. able, fit, adroit, expert, clever, dexterous, industrious, intelligent RV. &c
• strong, heightening or strengthening the intellectual faculties (Soma), ix f
• passable (the Ganges) MBh. xiii, 1844
• suitable BhP. iv, 6, 44 Bhartṛ. iii, 64
• right (opposed to left) RāmatUp. i, 22 Phetk. i
• m. ability, fitness, mental power, talent (cf. -kratú), strength of will, energy, disposition RV. AV. VS.
• evil disposition RV. iv, 3, 13 ; x, 139, 6
• a particular form of temple Hcat. ii, 1, 390
• a general lover W.
• a cock Car. i, vi
• N. of a plant L.
• fire L.
• Siva's bull L.
• N. of an Āditya (identified with Prajā-pati TS. iii ŚBr. ii
• father of Kṛittikā Śāntik.) RV. if., x Nir. ii, xi
• N. of one of the Prajā-patis (MBh. xii, 7534 Hariv. VP. i, 7, 5 and 22, 4 BhP.iii, 12, 22 MatsyaP. cvl, 15 KūrmaP. &c. Śak. vii, 27
• born from Brahmā's right thumb MBh. i, xii Hariv. &c
• or from A-ja', the unborn' BhP. iv, 1, 47
• or son of Pra-cetas or of the of 10 Pra-cetasas, whence called Prācetasa MBh. i, xii f. Hariv. 101 VP. i, 15
• father of 24 daughters by Pra-sūti VP. i, 7, 17 ff. BhP. &c
• of 50 [or 60 MBh. xii, 61 36 R. iii, 20, 10
• or 44 Hariv. 1 1521 ff.] daughters of whom 27 become the Moon's wives, forming the lunar asterisms, and 13 [or 17 BhP.
• or 8 R.] those of Kaśyapa, becoming by this latter the mothers of gods, demons, men, and animals, while 10 are married to Dharma Mn. ix, 128f. MBh. i, ix ; xii, 7537ff. Hariv. VP. &c
• celebrating a great sacrifice [hence dakṣa syáyana, 'N. of a sacrifice' Mn. vi, 10] to obtain a son, he omitted, with the disapproval of Dadhīca, to invite Siva, who ordered Vira-bhadra to spoil the sacrifice Hariv. 12212 identified with Vishṇu ff. VāyuP.i, 30, = BrahmaP. i LiṅgaP. MatsyaP. xiii VāmP. ī-v ŚivaP. i, 8 KāśīKh. lxxxvii ff
• named among the Viśve-devās Hariv. 11542 VāyuP.
• Bṛihasp. ḥcat &c.)
• N. of a son of Garuda MBh. v, 3597
• of a man with the patr. Pārvati ŚBr. ii, 4, 4, 6
• cf a law-giver Yājñ. i, 5 Mn. ix, 88 Sch. &c
• of a son of Uśi-nara BhP. ix, 23, 2
• of one of the 5 Kānyakubja Brāhmans from whom the Bengal Brāhmansare said to have sprung Kshitîś. i, 13 and 41
• (ā), f. the earth L.
• cf. a-tūta-, diná-, samāná
su-dákṣa
mārga-dakṣaka
dākṣāyan4
• ? ; Lat. dex-ter ; Goth. taiksvs
⋙ dakṣakanyā
○kanyā f. a daughter of MBh. i
• Durgā L.
⋙ dakṣakratu
○kratú m. du krádú-dákṣau TBr. i, 5 ĀśvGṛ.
dákṣ○ mfn. able-minded VS. iv, 11 ŚBr. iii-
⋙ dakṣajā
○jā f. 'daughter', Durgā L. [Page 465, Column 2]
• pl. the Moon's wives HPariś. ii, 88
-pati m. 'lord of Durgā', Siva W.
• = ○kṣâtmajā-p○ L.
⋙ dakṣaṇidhana
○ṇidhana n. N. of a Sāman TāṇḍyaBr. xiv
⋙ dakṣatā
○tā f. dexterity, ability Kām. v, 15 Sāh. iii, 51
⋙ dakṣatāti
○tāti (dákṣ○), f. id. AV. viii, 1, 6
⋙ dakṣanidhana
○nidhana n. = nidh○
⋙ dakṣapati
○pati (dákṣ○), m. lord of the faculties RV. i, 95, 6
56,. 2
⋙ dakṣapitṛ
○pitṛ (dákṣ○), m. 'id.' or, having Dadhīca as father' (Mitra & Varuṇa, the gods &c.), vi-viii (du. ○tarā pl. ○taras) VS. TS. i, 2 (pl. ○tāras) SāṅkhŚr.
⋙ dakṣaputra
○putra -sāvarṇa
⋙ dakṣamakhamathana
○makha-mathana ri., destruction of Dadhīca's sacrifice', N. of LiṅgaP. i, 99 f
⋙ dakṣamathana
○mathana m. 'destroyer of DṭDadhīca', Siva Hcar. iii
⋙ dakṣayajña
○yajña m. Daksha's sacrifice
-prabhañjana m. 'destroyer of Dadhīca's sacrifice', Siva
-vidhvaṃsa m. = ○kṣa-makha-manthana', N. of Kūrmap. i, 15
-vidhvaṃsana n. N. of PadmaP. i, 5 and ŚivaP. ii 11
-vināśinī f. Durgā W.
⋙ dakṣavihitā
○vihitā f. Durgā W.
⋙ dakṣavihitā
○vihitā f. (scil. gāthā a song composed by Dadhīca Yājñ. iii, 114
⋙ dakṣavṛdh
○vṛdh mfn. rejoicing in cleverness TS. iii, 5, 8
⋙ dakṣaśāpa
○śāpa m. 'curse of Dadhīca', N. of PadmaP. iii, 33
⋙ dakṣasādhana
○sā́dhana mfn. effective of cleverness RV. ix
⋙ dakṣasāvarṇa
○sāvarṇa m. N. of the 9th Manu VP. iii, 2, 20 -putra sāv○ or simply -putra MārkP. xciv, 4 and 10
⋙ dakṣasāvarṇi
○sāvarṇi m. id. BhP. viii, 13, 18
⋙ dakṣasuta
○suta m. a son of Dadhīca, god (cf. -pitṛ) R. v, 43, 14
• (ā), f. a daughter of Dadhīca
• pl. the Moon's wives Ragh. iii, 33
⋙ dakṣastha
○stha mf(ā)n. being (on the right i.e.) south Hcat. i, 3, 934
⋙ dakṣasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of a law-book
⋙ dakṣāṇḍa
dakṣâṇḍa n. a hen's egg Bhpr.v, 30, 73 ; vii, 76, 219
⋙ dakṣātmajāpati
dakṣâtmajā-pati m. 'lord of DṭDadhīca's daughters', the Moon Vām.
⋙ dakṣādhvara
dakṣâdhvara m. = ○kṣa-yajña
-dhvansaka m. = ○kṣa-yajña-prabhañana L.
-dhvaṃsakṛt m. id. L.
-dhvaṃsana m. id. Prab.ī, 28
⋙ dakṣāri
dakṣâri m. 'Dadhīca's foe', Siva
⋙ dakṣeśvaraliṅga
dakṣêśvaraliṅga n. N. of a Liṅga, KāśiKh. lxxxix
≫ dakṣas
dákṣas mfn. able, dexterous RV. i f. vi
• vill, 13
≫ dakṣāyya
dakṣā́yya mfn. to be satisfied by skill, if., vii
≫ dakṣi
dakṣi m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. iii, 3
≫ dakṣiṇa
dákṣiṇa (also ○ṇá ŚBr.), mf(ā)n. (declined as a pron. when denoting relative position ['right' or, southern'] KātyŚr. AśvGṛ. &c
cf. Pāṇ. 1-1, 34 ; vii, 1, 16
• but not necessarily in abl. and loc. sg. m. n. [○ṇe KātyŚr. Mn. ii, 63] and nom. pl. m
• except Hariv: 12390) able, clever, dexterous Pāṇ. 1-1, 34 Kāś. Śatr. (ifc.)
• right (not left) RV. AV. VS. &c. (○ṇaṃ parī7, to walk round a person with the right side towards him' BhP. iv, 12, 25
○maṃ√kṛ, to place any one on the right side as a mark of respect', i, viii)
• south, southern (as being on the right side of a person looking eastward), situated to the south, turned or directed southward AV. VS. &c
• coming from south (wind) Suśr. Ragh. iv, 8
• (with āmnāya) the southern sacred text (of the Tāntrikas), Kularṇ. iii
• straightforward, candid, sincere, pleasing, compliant MBh. iv, 167 R. Śak.iv, 18 Sāh. iii, 35 Pratāpar. BrahmaP.
• m. the right (hand or arm) RV. i, viii, x TS. v
• the horse on the, right side of the pole of a carriage, i, x VS. ix, 8
• Śiva
• m. or n. the south Nal. ix, 23 R. iv
• n. the righthand or higher doctrine of the Śāktas Kulârṇ. ii
• (am), ind. to the right R. ii, 92, 13
• (ā), f. (scil. go), able to calve and give milk', a prolific cow, good milch-cow RV. AV.
• a fee or present to the officiating priest (consisting originally of a cow, Kāty. Śr. xv Lāṭy. viii, 1, 2 ). RV. Rc
• Donation to the priest (personified along with Brahmaṇas-pati, Indra, and Soma, i, 18, 5 ; x, 103, 8
• authoress of x, 107 RAnukr.
• wife of Sacrifice [Ragh. i, 31 BhP. ii, 7, 21, both being children of Ruci and Akūti, iv, l, 4 f. VP. i, 7, 18 f.)
• reward RV. viii, 24, 2I
• (offered to the Guru) MBh. v Ragh. v, 20 Kathās. iv, 93 f
• (○ṇām ā-diś, to thank' Divyâv. vii, 104
• Caus. to earn thanks, i)
• a gift, donation (cf. abhaya-, prâṇa-) Mn. iii R. ii
• (scil. diś) the south, Deccan L.
• a figure of Durgā having the right side prominent W.
• completion of any rite (pra-tiṣṭhā) L.
• (e), loc. ind. on the right side Hemac.
• (āt), abl. ind. from or on the right side Pāṇ. 5-3, 4
• from the south, southward ib.
• (ena), instr. ind. on the right or south (35), on the right side of or southward from (acc. ; ii, 3, 31) ŚBr. KātyŚr. MBh. &c. (with √kṛ, to place or leave on the right BhP. v, 21, 8)
• (ais), instr. ind. to the right Kauś. 77 ; [Lith. désśinê f. the right hand.']
⋙ dakṣiṇakālikā
○kālikā f. a form of Durgā worshipped by the Tāntrikas W.
⋙ dakṣiṇakālīmāhātmya
○kālī-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ dakṣiṇajānvakna
○jānv-akna mfn. having the right knee bent Gobh. i, 3, 1
⋙ dakṣiṇatas
○tás ind. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-3, 28) from the right or south, on the right side or southward from (gen.) RV. &c. (with √as or bhū, to stand at the right side of. assist', viii, 100, 2 ; x, 83, 7 AV. xviii [Page 465, Column 3]
• with √kṛ = ○ṇena with √kṛ BhP. v, 23, 1
• with purástāt or ○ras, south-east ŚBr. xiii MBh. ī)
○ta-upacīra mfn. having the entrance on the south ĀpŚr. xi, 9, 4
ta-upaviitin mfn. wearing the sacred thread on the right, iii, 17, 11
tás-kaparda mfn. wearing the braid on the right side of the head RV. vii, 33, 1
• (○NA-k○ Gṛihyās. ii, 40)
○tak-sád mfn. ○Na-s○ MaitrS. i, 4, 6
to-nyāya mfn. where the southern direction is the rule SāṅkhŚr. ii
• iv
⋙ dakṣiṇatrā
○trā́ ind. on the right side RV. vi, 18, 9
⋙ dakṣiṇatva
○tva n. uprightness, honesty Hemac.
⋙ dakṣiṇadagh
○dagh -sád
⋙ dakṣiṇadvārika
○dvārika mfn. (an asterism) propitious to a military expedition to the south VarYogay.v, 1 Sch.
⋙ dakṣiṇadhurīṇa
○dhurīṇa mfn. harnessed on the right side of the pole Pāṇ. 4-4, 78 Kāś.
⋙ dakṣiṇapañcāla
○pañcāla mfn. belonging or relating to the southern Pañcālas (realm) BhP. iv, 25, 50
⋙ dakṣiṇapaścāt
○paścāt ind. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-3, 32 Vārtt. 2 Pat.) south-west from (gen.) Vait.
⋙ dakṣiṇapaścārdha
○paścârdha m. (Pān v, 3, 32 Vārtt. 3 Pat.) the south-western side ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 9, 6
⋙ dakṣiṇapaścima
○paścima mf(ā)n. southwestern ĀśvGṛ. MBh. iii, 16823 ; xvii, 44
⋙ dakṣiṇapāñcālaka
○pāñcālaka mfn. = -pañcāla Pāṇ. 7-3, 13 Kāś.
⋙ dakṣiṇapūrva
○pūrva mf(al) (ī, 2, 26 Kāś.) south-eastern KātyŚr.
• (eṇa), instr. ind. south-east from (acc.), viii, 6, 20
• (ā), f. (scil. diś) the south-east Kauś. ĀśvGṛ. iv, 1 f. Gobh. iv, 2, 3 BhP.
○vâyata mf(ā)n. extending south-eastward KātyŚr. xxv
○rvârdha m. the south-eastern side, iii, ix Kauś.
⋙ dakṣiṇapūrvaka
○pūrvaka mfn. = ○rva Hcat.i, 1 1, 71 1
⋙ dakṣiṇaprākpravaṇa
○prākpravaṇa mfn. sloping south-eastwards SāṅkhŚr. iv, 14, 6
⋙ dakṣiṇaprācī
○prācī f. = -pūrvā R. vi, 96, 11
⋙ dakṣiṇabhāga
○bhāga m. the southern hemisphere (○Na bh○, i, 60, 20) W.
⋙ dakṣiṇamānasa
○mānasa n. N. of a Tirtha near Benares
⋙ dakṣiṇamārga
○mārga m. the southern course (of a planet), Var- Yogay. iv, 49
⋙ dakṣiṇarāḍhā
○rāḍhā f. southern Rāḍhā (in Bengal) Prab. ii, 2/3 and 8/9
⋙ dakṣiṇalipi
○lipi f. the southern way of writing Lalit.x, 31
⋙ dakṣiṇasad
○sád mfn. sitting on the right or southern side VS. xxxviii
• (○NA-s○) ix, 35
• (○ṇa-dhak nom.fr -dogh Lāṭy.v, 7, 3.)
⋙ dakṣiṇasavya
○savyá mfn. du. right and left AV. xii, 1, 28
⋙ dakṣiṇastha
○stha m. 'standing on the right of his master', a charioteer L.
⋙ dakṣiṇāgni
dakṣiṇâgní m. the southern fire of the altar (= anvāhārya-pácana)
AV. AśvŚr. KātyŚr. Lāṭy. ChUp. ĀśvGṛ. VP. v, 34 BhP. iv
⋙ dakṣiṇāgra
dakṣiṇâgra mfn. having the points turned to the south ŚBr. xii
KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Gobh. MBh. R.
⋙ dakṣiṇāc
dakṣiṇâc m(acc. ○ṇâñcam)fn. southward Kauś. 87
⋙ dakṣinācala
dakṣinâcala m. 'southern mountain', the Malaya range L.
⋙ dakṣinācāra
dakṣinâcāra mfn. upright in conduct MBh. iv, 167
• = ○rin
-tantra n. N. of a Tāntric work
⋙ dakṣiṇācarin
dakṣiṇâcarin mfn. worshipping Śakti according to the right-hand ritual
○ri-tantra n. = ○ra-t○
⋙ dakṣiṇādhipati
dakṣiṇâdhipati m. the lord of the Deccan Vet. v, 1/2
⋙ dakṣiṇāntikā
dakṣiṇântikā f. N. of a metre
⋙ dakṣiṇāpara
dakṣiṇâpara mf(ā)n. southwestern KātyŚr. Lāṭy. Kauś. ĀśvGṛ. Āp.
râbhimukha mfn. turned to the south-west Vishṇ. lxi, 12
⋙ dakṣiṇāpavarga
dakṣiṇâpavarga mfn. terminating in the south Kauś. 87 ĀpGṛ.xxi, 9
⋙ dakṣinābdhi
dakṣinâbdhi m. the southern ocean VP. v, 23, 2 (v. l. for ○ṇāpatha)
⋙ dakṣiṇābhimukha
dakṣiṇâbhimukha mf(ā)n. having the face turned southwards Mn. iv, 50 Hcat. i, 11, 7
• flowing southwards Suśr. i, 45
-sthita mfn. standing with the face southwards MārkP.
⋙ dakṣiṇāyana
dakṣiṇâyana n. 'southward way', way to Yama's quarter MBh. xii, 996
• 'sun's progress south of the equator', the winter half-year Gaut. Mn.i, 67 MBh. VarBṛS. Pañcat. BhP. v, 21, 3
• mfn. situated in the sun's winter course (as an asterism), 23, 5 f
⋙ dakṣiṇāranya
dakṣiṇâranya n. 'southern forest', N. of a forest Hit. i, 2, 0/1
⋙ dakṣiṇārus
dakṣiṇârus mfn. wounded on the right side L.
⋙ dakṣinārdha
dakṣinârdhá m. the right or southern side TS. TBr. ŚBr. KātyŚr. MBh. R.
-paścârdha m. = ○Na-p○ MānŚr. vi, 2, 5
-pūruvârdha m. = ○Na-p○, i, 1, 2 and 7, 6 ĀpGṛ. ii, 6
○nârdhâparârdha m. = ṇa-pascardha ŚāṅkhŚr. xviii, 24, 18
⋙ dakṣiṇārdhya
dakṣiṇârdhya mfn. being on the right or southern side TS. ii, vi ŚBr.
-pūrvârdhya mfn. being on the south-western side Lāṭy. i, 10, 3
⋙ dakṣiṇāvacara
dakṣiṇâvacara mfn. (an embryo) moving in the right part (of the womb) Lalit. vi, 7
⋙ daksehiṇāvarta
daksehiṇâvarta mfn. turning (from the left) to the right (a conch-shell Sāh.
kuṇḍala BhP. v, 23, 5
• a fruit Bhpr. v, 1, 139
• a woman's navel Subh.)
• moving in the southern course (the sun) MBh. vi, 5671
• m. a conch-shell opening to the right Divyâv. viii, 490
⋙ dakṣiṇāvartaka
dakṣiṇâvartaka mf(ikā)n. turned to the right or southwards MBh. xiii AgP. xl, 28 Hcat. i, 3, 964 [Page 466, Column 1]
• (ī), f. Tragia involucrata L.
⋙ dakṣiṇāśā
dakṣiṇâśā f. southern quarter', -pati m. 'lord of Dakshina', Yama Hemac.
-rati f. delight of Dakshina', Canopy ib.
⋙ dakṣiṇetara
dakṣiṇêtara mfn. 'other than right', left Kum. iv, 19
⋙ dakṣiṇeti
dakṣiṇêti f. (= ○ṇâyana) the sun's progress south of the equator Jyot. (YV) 9
⋙ dakṣiṇerma
dakṣiṇêrma mfn. broken on the right side (a cart) Pāṇ. 5-4, 126 Kāś.
⋙ dakṣiṇerman
dakṣiṇêrman mfn. (1 26) = ○ṇâlrus Bālar. vii, 11
⋙ dakṣinottara
dakṣinôttara mf(ā))n. having the right lying on the other (the two hands) Gobh. i, 7, 4
• right and left ĀśvGṛ. iii, 2
• southern and northern KātyŚr. MārkP.
• (in comp.) Hcat. i, 3, 903:3/4
○râyata mf(ā)n. extending from south to north, north ; 875/876 ; 903 a/b ; 9, 141 3/5
râyāma mfn. id., 5, 929
⋙ dakṣiṇottarin
dakṣiṇôttarin mfn. overhanging on the right side ŚāṅkhŚr. i, xvii
⋙ dakṣiṇottāna
dakṣiṇôttāna mfn. having the right hand turned upwards KātyŚr. viii, 2, 9
• (the hands) of which the right is turned upwards ŚāṅkhŚr. v, 8, 5 Gol. h. iv, 3
⋙ dakṣiṇodagdvāra
dakṣiṇôdag-dvāra mf(a)n. having doors north and south Āp.ī, 25, 5
⋙ dakṣiṇopakrama
dakṣiṇôpakrama mfn. beginning on the right, MānŚr. i, 4, i
≫ dakṣiṇā
dakṣiṇā f. of ○ṇa, q.v
○ṇā́ (old. instr.) ind. on the right or south (cf. Pāṇ. 5-3, 36), on the right side of or southward from (abl.: ii, 3, 29) RV. ii, 27, 11 ; x, 17, 9 AV. (also dákṣ○) VS. TBr. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy. ChUp. Kauś.
⋙ dakṣiṇākaparda
○kaparda ○ṇatás-k○
⋙ dakṣiṇākāla
○kāla m: the time of receiving the sacrificial fee KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ dakṣiṇāgavi
○gavi f. pl. the cows given as a sacrificial fee ĀpŚr. xii, 19, 6 Sch.
⋙ dakṣiṇājyotis
○jyotis (dákṣ○), mfn. brilliant by the sacrificial gift AV. ix, 5, 22 ff
⋙ dakṣiṇātinayana
○"ṣtinayana (○ṇât○), m. the Mantra with which the Dakshiṇā cows are driven southwards ĀpŚr. xiii, 6, 9
⋙ dakṣiṇātva
○tvá n. the state of the sacrificial gift MaitrS. iv, 8, 3
⋙ dakṣiṇādeśana
○"ṣdeśana (○ṇâd○), n. thanksgiving Divyâv. xviii, 200
• (ā), f. id., xiii, 247
⋙ dakṣiṇādvāra
○dvāra n. a door on the south MānGṛ. ii, 11
• mfn. having a door on the south Kauś. Gobh.
⋙ dakṣiṇānyāya
○nyāya mfn. = ○Nato-ny○ ŚāṅkhŚr. i, 1, 14
⋙ dakṣiṇāpaṭha
○paṭha m. path of the Dakshiṇā cow, (between the Śālā and the Sadas)
ŚāṅkhŚr. AśvŚr. KātyŚr. Lāṭy.
• (○ṇa-saṃcara Vait.) the southern region, Deccan MBh. Hariv. 5289
VarBṛS. Suśr. BhP. Kathās. Vet.: Hit.
○ṇâbdhi
⋙ dakṣiṇāpathika
○"ṣpathika mfn. belonging to the Deccan Hariv. 6144
⋙ dakṣiṇāpratyac
○pratyac c, mf(tícī)n. 'south-western', (tīcī), f. south-west Gaut.
• (with diś) MānGṛ. ii, 1 Sch.
• (tyak), ind. south-westwards, 1
○tyak-pravaṇa mfn. sloping south-westwards ĀpGṛ. xvii, 1
○tyagapavarga mfn. terminating in the south-west Kauś. 1
⋙ dakṣiṇāpravaṇa
○pravaṇa (○ṇaá), mf(ā)n. sloping southwards
ŚBr. KātyŚr. ĀśvGṛ. MānGṛ.ī, 11 Mn.iii Yājñ.
⋙ dakṣiṇāpraṣṭi
○praṣṭí m. the horse harnessed on the right side of the yoke-horses ŚBr. v, l, 4 ; ix, 4, 2 KātyŚr.
⋙ dakṣiṇāpraharaṇa
○praharaṇa (○ṇā́-), mfn. hurled to the right MaitrS. iii, 2, 10
⋙ dakṣiṇāprāgagra
○prāg-agra mfn. having the points turned to the south-east ĀpŚr. xiv, 32, 3 ĀpGṛ. i, 15
⋙ dakṣiṇābandha
○bandha m. 'bondage of ritual reward', one of the 3 states of bondage (in Sāṃikhya phil.) Tattvas.
⋙ dakṣiṇāmukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. standing with the face to the right or south
ŚāṅkhŚr. KātyŚr. Lāṭy. ĀśvGṛ. Mn. R.
⋙ dakṣiṇāmūrti
○mūrti m. a Tāntric form of Śiva
• N. of a copyist of the 17th cent
-prayoga m. N. of a ch. of Tantras. iv
-mantra m. N. of Sārad. xix
-saṃhitā f. N. of wk. Tantras. Ānand. 31 Sch.
-stava m. or -stotra n. 10 verses ascribed to Śaṃkara (explained by Viśva-rūpa or Surêśvara in a commentary with gloss by Rāma-tīrtha)
○ty-upaniṣad, f: N. of an Up.
⋙ dakṣiṇāyugya
○yugyá m. the right yokehorse ŚBr.v, ix'
⋙ dakṣiṇārha
○"ṣrha (○ṇâ○), mfn. deserving the sacrificial fee L.
⋙ dakṣiṇālipi
○lipi v. l. for ○Na-l○
⋙ dakṣiṇāvat
○vat (dákṣ○), mfn. giving sacrificial presents RV. (Indra, iii, vi, ix) AV. xviii
• abounding in sacrificial re-wards (sacrifice) ŚBr. Lāṭy. MBh.
⋙ dakṣiṇāvah
○váh mf(nom. -vā́t)n. being borne to the right of the fire (the ladle) RV. iii, 6, 1
⋙ dakṣiṇāvṛt
○vṛ́t mfn. turning or going round to the right, i, 144, 1 (the ladle) ŚBr. vi-viii TBr. 1 ŚāṅkhŚr. Kauś.
⋙ dakṣiṇāvritta
○vritta mfn. twisted from the left to the right Āp.
⋙ dakṣiṇāśras
○śras mfn. having the head southwards KātyŚr. xxii, 6, 4 and 15 Gobh. iii, 10, 27
⋙ dakṣiṇāśroṇi
○śroṇi f. the right buttock KātyŚr. xvii, 8, 24
⋙ dakṣiṇāsaṃcara
○saṃcara m. -patha
⋙ dakṣiṇāsad
○sád ○Na-s○
≫ dakṣiṇāt
dakṣiṇāt ○ṇa
⋙ dakṣiṇātsād
○sâd mfn. sitting to the south MaitrS. ii, 6. ○ṇād-vātá m. the south wind, 7
≫ dakṣiṇāhi
dakṣiṇāhi ind. far to the right or in the south (of, abl. Pāṇ. 2-3, 29), v, 3, 37
⋙ dakṣiṇit
dakṣiḍṇit ind, with the right hand RV. v, 36, 4
• cf. pra-
⋙ dakṣiṇī
dakṣiḍṇī-kṛ, = ○ṇena with √kṛ BhP. iii, 24, 41 to give anything (acc.) as a sacrificial fee Bālar. ii, 23
⋙ dakṣiṇīya
dakṣiḍṇī́ya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 69) = ○ṇyá AV. viii, 10, 4 ŚBr. iii
f. Hariv. VarBṛS. Mālav. ii, 10/11 [Page 466, Column 2]
• venerable Lalit. xxvi, 26 Kāraṇḍ. xxiii, 205 and 208 f
• cf. a-
⋙ dakṣiṇya
dakṣiḍṇyá mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 69) worthy of the sacrificial fee, fit for a sacrificial gift TBr. i, 3, 3 ; ii, 1
• cf. a-
dakṣat
dákṣat dakṣi, √dah
≫ dakṣu
dákṣu
⋙ dakṣus
dáḍkṣús mfn. burning, blazing RV. i f
dagargala
dagárgala n. 'water-key (daga = daka)', examining the soil in searching for wells or rules for doing so, VaBṛS. liv
• (udag○) cvii
• N. of liv
dagu
dagu m. N., dāgavyāgani
dagdha
dagdhá mfn. (√dah) burnt, scorched, consumed by fire AV. iv, xviii KātyŚr. Mn. &c
• tormented, pained, consumed by grief or hunger, distressed Ṛitus. i, 10 Amar. 24 Rājat.
• dry, insipid Śiksh.
• inauspicious, PSarv'
• miserable, execrable Daś. vii, 290 Kād.
• n. cauterisation (cf. agni-) Suśr. i, 11 f
• (ā), f. (soil. diś) the quarter where the sun remains overhead L.
• (scil. tithi) N. of certain inauspicious days
• = -ruhā L.
⋙ dagdhakāka
○kāka m. 'inauspicious crow', a raven L.
⋙ dagdhajaṭhara
○jaṭhara n. the hungry stomach Bhartṛ. iii, 22
⋙ dagdhaputra
○putra (○dhá-), mf(ā)n. whose son is burnt Suparṇ. ix, 2
⋙ dagdhamatsya
○matsya m. a grilled fish Bhpr. v, 10, 127
⋙ dagdhamandirasāra
○mandira-sāra mfn. one who has burned the, best of mansions
⋙ dagdhamaraṇa
○maraṇa m. N. of an author ŚārṅgP. cvi, 5
⋙ dagdhayoni
○yoni mfn. having its source or origin destroyed
⋙ dagdharatha
○ratha m. N. of a Gandharva W.
⋙ dagdharuha
○ruha m. 'gowing in ashes', Clerodendrum phlomoides L.
• (ā), f. N. of a plant L.
⋙ dagdhavarṇaka
○varṇaka N. of a grass Npr.
⋙ dagdhavraṇa
○vraṇa m. a burn, singe
⋙ dagdhākṣara
dagdhâkṣara an inauspicious letter (in a word) W.
⋙ dagdheṣṭakā
dagdhêṣṭakā f. a burnt brick L.
⋙ dagdhodara
dagdhôdara n. = ○dha-jaṭhara Hit. i, 4, 13
≫ dagdhavya
dagdhavya mfn. to be burnt Mn. Yājñ. MBh.
≫ dagdhṛ
dágdhṛ m. one who burns (with acc.) RV. v, 9, 4
○dhṛ, a burner of (gen.) ŚBr. ii, 2 Mālav.
dagh
dagh cl. 5. (Pot. ○ghnuyāt
• Prec. 3. sg. ○ghyās
• aor. Subj, 1, pl. ○ghma) with paścā́, or ○cā́t, to fall short of (cf. á-pascā-daghvan) RV. i, 123, 5 ; vii, 56, 2
• with adhas, to reach below the regular height Kāṭh. viii, 12
• to strike Dhātup. xxvii, 26
• to protect (cf. √daṅgh) ib.: cl. 4. dághyati, to go Naigh. ii, 4
• to flow Nir. i, 9
• cf. ati-, ā-
pradághas
• ?
⋙ daghna
daghná mf(ā́, ī)n. ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 15 ; v, 2, 37), 'reaching up to', cf. aṃsa-, aśva-, ā-, upa-kakṣa-, upastha-, ūru-, kaṇṭha-, kulpha-, gulpha-, jānn-, nābhi-, mukha-, stana-
daṅkṣṇu
daṅkṣṇú mfn. (√2. daṃś, 139 Vārtt. 4 Pat.) mordaceous VS. xv MaitrS. ii, 8, 10
daṅgh
daṅgh cl. 1, ○ghati, to keep off (derived fr. dagkhna) Dhātup.
• to protect (cf.√dagh) ib.
dacchada
dac-chada m.= danta-cch○ BhP.
daḍī
daḍī v. l. for dāḍī Kāś.
daṇḍa
daṇḍá ( = ? -v, hence cognate with daáru and √dṝ) m. (n. [cf. ikṣu-], g. ardharcâdi) a stick, staff, rod, pole, cudgel, club RV. &c. (staff given at investiture with the sacred thread ŚBr. &c
• 'penis [with vaitasá]', xi, 5, 1, 1
• 'trunk', śuṇḍā-
• 'arm' or 'leg', dor-, bāhu-
• 'tusk', daṃṣṭrā-)
• = ○ḍakâsana BṛNārP. xxxi, 115 (n.)
• a stalk, stem (of a tree
• cf. ikṣu-, ud-, khara-) MBh. ii, 2390
• the staff of a banner, 2079 ; iv, xiv
• the handle (of a ladle, sauce-pan, fly-flap, parasol &c.) AitBr. ŚBr. &c
• the steam of a plough L.
• 'a mast', mahādaṇḍa-dhara
• the cross-bar of a lute which holds the strings ŚāṅkhŚr. xvii
• the stick with which a lute is played L.
• a churning-stick (cf. ○ḍâhata) L.
• a pole as a measure of length (= 4 Hastas) VarBṛS.xxiv, 9 MārkP.il
• N. of a measure of time (= 60 Vi-kalās) BrahmaP. ii VarP. BhavP.
• N. of a staff-like appearance in the sky ('N. of a planet' (L. ; cf. -bhāsa) VarBṛS.
• N. of a constellation, xx, 2 VarBṛ. Laghuj.
• a form of military array (cf. -vyuha) L.
• a line (cf. -pāta)
• a staff or sceptre as a symbol of power and sovereignty (cf. nyasta-), application of power, violence Mn. vii f. MBh.
• power over (gen. or in comp.), control, restraint (cf. vāg-, mano-, kāya- [karma- MārkP. xli, 22]
tri-daṇḍin) Subh.
• embodied power, army (kośa-, du 'treasure and army' Mn. ix, 294 MBh. Kir. ii, 12) Mn. vii Ragh. xvii, 62
• the rod as a symbol of judicial authority and punishment, punishment (corporal, verbal, and fiscal
• chastisement and imprisonment, reprimand, fine) TāṇḍyaBr. xvii, 1 Mn. MBh. &c. (cf. guptá & gūḍha-) [Page 466, Column 3]
• pride L.
• m. a horse L.
• Punishment (son of Dharma and Kriyā VP. i, 7, 27 MārkP. l)
• Yama L.
• Śiva MBh. xii, 10361
• N. of an attendant of the Sun, iii, 198
• (g. śivâdi and śaunakâdi) N. of a man with the patr. Aupara MaitrS. iii, 8, 7 TS. vi, 2, 9, 4
• of a prince slain by Arjuna (brother of -dhara, identified with the Asura Krodha-hantṛi) MBh. if., viii
• of a Rakshas R. vii, 5, 39
○oḍaka
• (ā), f. Hedysaruni lagopodioides, Npr
⋙ daṇḍakandaka
○kandaka m. N. of a bulb L.
⋙ daṇḍakapālin
○kapâlin mfn. carrying a staff and a skull Hcat. ii, 1, 704
⋙ daṇḍakamaṇḍalu
○kamaṇḍalu m. a jar with a handle Divyâv.i, 262 and 301 ; xviii, 343 (n.)
• xxxii, 63
⋙ daṇḍakartṛ
○kartṛ m. a punisher
⋙ daṇḍakarman
○karman n. punishment Yājñ. ii, 275
⋙ daṇḍakala
○kala n. N. of a metre
⋙ daṇḍakalitavat
○kalita-vat ind. like one driven by a stick ĀpŚr. xi, 12, 6 Sch.
⋙ daṇḍakāka
○kāka for dagdha-k○ W.
⋙ daṇḍakāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha n. a wooden staff MBh. i R. vii Hariv. Mṛicch.i, 41/42 Śak. ii, 0/1 vi Mālav. iv, 15/16
⋙ daṇḍakuśa
○kuśa or m. pl. N. of a people R. iv, 40, 25
⋙ daṇḍakula
○kula m. pl. N. of a people R. iv, 40, 25
⋙ daṇḍaketu
○ketu m. N. of a man MBh. vii BṛNārP. xxxvii
⋙ daṇḍagaurī
○gaurī f. N. of an Apsaras MBh. iii, 1784
⋙ daṇḍagrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. 'taking the staff', becoming an ascetic W.
⋙ daṇḍagrāha
○grāha m. 'staff-bearer', g. revaty-ādi
⋙ daṇḍaghaṭanā
○ghaṭanā f. 'waving a stick' and 'prostrating one's self (before an idol)' Siṃhâs. Introd. 13
⋙ daṇḍaghna
○ghna mfn. striking with a stick, committing an assault Mn. viii, 380
⋙ daṇḍacakra
○cakra n. = -sthāna Mālav. i, 7/8 Daś. viii, 205
• N. of a mythical weapon R. i, 29, 5
⋙ daṇḍacchadana
○cchadana n. a room for utensils Buddh. L.
⋙ daṇḍajita
○jita mfn. subdued by punishment
⋙ daṇḍaḍhakkā
○ḍhakkā f. N. of a drum or gong on which the hours are struck L.
⋙ daṇḍatāḍana
○tāḍana n. punishing with a stick, Ap
⋙ daṇḍatāmri
○tāmri f. = t○ L.
⋙ daṇḍatva
○tva n. the state of a stick Bhāshāp.
⋙ daṇḍadāsa
○dāsa m. a slave or one enslaved for (non-payment of a) fine Mn.viii, 415
⋙ daṇḍadhara
○dhara mfn. 'rodbearer', punisher (of. gen.), ix, 245 MBh. xii R. vi BhP.
• m. a king, ix Ragh. ix, 3 Rājat. iv
• Yama, 655
• a judge, vii, 1458
• = -mukha Daś. viii, 209
• a door-keeper Dharmaśarm. ii, 76
• a mendicant W.
• a potter W.
orâdhipati m. a king who has full administrative powers Rājat. iv, 655
⋙ daṇḍadhāra
○dhāra mfn. = ○raka MBh. iii, 1596 (Yama) Kām. Rājat. iv
• a king L.
• Yama L.
• N. of a prince slain by Arjuna (brother of Daṇḍa and identified with the Asura Krodha-vardhana) MBh. i f. s viii
• of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra, i, 2738
• pl. N. of a people R. (G) ii, 88, 7
⋙ daṇḍadhāraka
○dhāraka mfn. 'rod-bearer', administering justice MBh. xii, 2510
⋙ daṇḍadhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa n. carrying a staff PārGṛ. ii, 5, 11
• applying the rod, punishment MBh. i, iii R. iv
⋙ daṇḍadhārin
○dhārin mfn. = ○raka BhP.vi, 3, 5
⋙ daṇḍadhṛk
○dhṛk mfn. ifc. governing, iv, 21, 12
⋙ daṇḍanāyaka
○nāyaka m. 'rod-applier', a judge Hit. ii, 9, 0/1 and 4/5
• = -mukha Jain. VaiBṛS. lxxiii, 4 Rājat. vii
• N. of an attendant of the Sun L. Sch.
-puruṣa m. a policeman Caurap. Sch.
⋙ daṇḍanidhāna
○nidhāna n. 'laying aside the rod', pardoning, indulgence MBh. xii, 6559 and 9964
⋙ daṇḍanipātana
○nipātana application of the rod, punishing (with gen.) Kām. xiii, 17
⋙ daṇḍaniyoga
○niyoga m. infliction of punishment Gaut. xii, 51
⋙ daṇḍanīti
○nīti f. application of the rod, administration of justice, judicature (as a science) Mn. vii, 43 Yājñ. i, 310 MBh. &c
• N. of wk. Ragh. i, 26 Sch.
• Durgā, DevIP
-mat mfn. familiar with judicature MBh. xii, 2699
⋙ daṇḍaneṭri
○neṭri m. 'rod-applier', adhi-
-tva n. judicature Mn. xii, 100 (cf. BhP. iv, 22, 45)
⋙ daṇḍapa
○pa m. N. of a man, g. naḍâdi
⋙ daṇḍapakṣaka
○pakṣaka m. N. of a position of the hands, Hastar
⋙ daṇḍaparāyaṇa
○parāyaṇa mfn. wanting a stick (for walking) Kāraṇḍ. xvi, 16
⋙ daṇḍapāṃsula
○pāṃsula m. a door-keeper L. =
⋙ daṇḍapāṇi
○pāṇi (○ḍá-), mfn. (g. āhitâgny-ādi) staff-handed ŚBr. xi Kathās. liv
• m. a policeman Hāsy.
• Yama ṢaḍvBr. v, 4 BhP. i, v
• N. of the leader of 2 of Śiva's troops, KāśiKh. xxxii
• of the father of Buddha's wife Go-pā Lalit. xii Suvarṇapr. xviii
• of a Kāśi king PadmaP.
• of a physician Bhpr. vii, 8, 137
• of a prince (grandfather of Kshemaka) BhP. ix, 22, 42 VāyuP. ii, 37, 270 ff. MatsyaP. l, 87 BrahmâṇḍaP.
• (khaṇḍ○ VP. iv, 21, 4.)
⋙ daṇḍapāta
○pāta m. = -nipātana, v, 22, 17
• a kind of fever Bhpr. vii, 8, 8i
• dropping a line (in a manuscript)
-nipāta m. N. of a position of the feet in dancing VP. v, 7, 46 (vḷ. caṇḍ○)
⋙ daṇḍapātana
○pātana n. = -nip○ Kām. viii, 76
⋙ daṇḍapātin
○pātin mfn. punishing (with loc.) R. i, 7, 13
⋙ daṇḍapāruṣya
○pāruṣya n. actual violence, harsh punishment Gaut. Mn.viii, 278 and 301 Pañcat.
-vat mfn. inflicting harsh punishment Kām. xiv, 3
⋙ daṇḍapāla
○pāla
⋙ daṇḍapālaka
○pāḍlaka m. superintendent of punishment or judicature pṛthivii-
• a door-keeper W.
• N. of a fish L.
⋙ daṇḍapāśaka
○pāśaka m. 'holding a noose to catch offenders, a policeman Pañcat. ii, 4, 3/4 Mudr. i, 20/21 [Page 467, Column 1]
⋙ daṇḍapiṅgalaka
○piṅgalaka m. pl. N. of a people to the north of Madhya-deśa VarBṛS. xiv, 27
⋙ daṇḍapoṇa
○poṇa (i.e. pavana), a strainer with a handle Buddh. L.
⋙ daṇḍaprajita
○prajita (○ḍá-), mfn. driven with a stick ŚBr. xii, 4, 1, 10
⋙ daṇḍapraṇayana
○praṇayana n. 'infliction of punishment', N. of a ch. of PSarv.
⋙ daṇḍapraṇāma
○praṇāma m. a prostration of the body at full length (like a stick) Daś. ii, 29
⋙ daṇḍapradāna
○pradāna n. donation of a staff (at investiture with the thread) ŚāṅkhGṛ. ii, 11, 4
⋙ daṇḍabāhu
○bāhu m. N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh. ix, 2575
⋙ daṇḍabhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. omission of punishment BhP. vi, 3, 2
⋙ daṇḍabhaya
○bhaya n. dread of punishment Nal. iv, 10
⋙ daṇḍabhāj
○bhāj mfn. undergoing punishment (through, gen.) BhP.x, 64, 42 Yājñ. ii, 5/6, 35
⋙ daṇḍabhāsa
○bhāsa m. N. of an appearance in the sky Buddh. L.
⋙ daṇḍabhīti
○bhīti f. = -bhaya Kām. ii, 43 (cf. Hit.)
⋙ daṇḍabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. carrying a staff W.
• a potter L.
• Yama, Var Vogay. vi, 21
⋙ daṇḍamatsya
○matsya m. N. of a fish Bhpr.v, 10, 118
⋙ daṇḍamānava
○mānava m. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 130 ; 2, 104, Vāstt. 23 Pat.) 'staff-pupil', a young Brāhman after -pradāna R. ii, 32, 18
⋙ daṇḍamātaṅga
○mātaṅga Tabernamontana coronaria Npr.
⋙ daṇḍamātha
○mātha Pāṇ. 4-4, 37 Kāś.
⋙ daṇḍamukha
○mukha m. 'leader of a column or army', a captain, general Buddh. L.
⋙ daṇḍamukhya
○mukhya m. id. Kām. xvii, 49
⋙ daṇḍayātrā
○yātrā f. a procession, bridal procession L.
• a military expedition Hcar. iv, vif
⋙ daṇḍayāma
○yāma m. a day L.
• Yanma, a L.
• = dakṣiṇâśā-rati L.
⋙ daṇḍayoga
○yoga m. = -niy○ Kām. ii, 43 (cf. Hit.)
⋙ daṇḍaleśa
○leśa n. a small fine Mn. viii, 51
⋙ daṇḍavat
○vat mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 115 Kāś.) carrying a staff Hcat. i, 11, 566
• furnished with a handle KātyŚr. xxvi
• having a large army Ragh. xvii Kām. xiii, 37
• ind. like a stick Vishṇ. xxviii, 5
• (with pra-ṇamya, prostrating the body) in a straight line, AdhyR. Introd. 5
⋙ daṇḍavadha
○vadhá m. 'death by punishment', capital punishment ŚBr. v, 4, 4, 7
⋙ daṇḍavācika
○vācika mfn. actual or verbal (assault) Mn. viii, 6
⋙ daṇḍavādin
○vādin mfn. pronouncing judicial reprimand W.
• m. a door-keeper L.
⋙ daṇḍavārita
○vārita mfn. forbidden by threat of punishment Pāṇ. 2-1, 24 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
⋙ daṇḍavaladhi
○valadhi m. 'stick-tailed', an elephant L.
⋙ daṇḍavāsika
○vāsika m. a door-keeper Buddh. L.
⋙ daṇḍavāsin
○vāsin m. id. L.
• 'a village-head', a-daṇḍavāsika mfn. having no head (a village) Hcat. i, 9, 60 (cf. AgP.)
⋙ daṇḍavāhin
○vāhin m. a policeman Daś. xi, 249
⋙ daṇḍavikalpa
○vikalpa m. 'alternative of punishment', discretionary punishment or fine Mn. ix, 228
⋙ daṇḍaviṣaya
○viṣaya m. the region of Daṇḍaka R. vii, 81, 18
⋙ daṇḍaviṣkambha
○viṣkambha m. a stake to which is fastened the cord of a churning-stick
⋙ daṇḍavīrva
○vīrva m. N. of a prince Śatr. vi, 289
⋙ daṇḍavṛkṣaka
○vṛkṣaka m. Tithymalus antiquorum L.
⋙ daṇḍavyūha
○vyūha m. arraying an army in columns Mn.vii, 187
⋙ daṇḍavratadhara
○vrata-dhara mfn. = -dhāraka BhP.iv, 13, 22
⋙ daṇḍaśatru
○śatru
⋙ daṇḍaśarman
○śarman mṆ. of two princes Hariv. i, 38, 3
⋙ daṇḍaśrī
○śrī for caṇḍ○ (N. of a prince) VāyuP. ii, 37, 350
⋙ daṇḍasaṃkhyā
○saṃkhyā f. N. of a ch. of PSarv.
⋙ daṇḍasena
○sena m. N. of a son of Vishvak-sena Hariv. 1070
• of another prince (= -dhāra) MBh. i, 544
⋙ daṇḍasthāna
○sthāna n. a division of an army Divyâv. xxxvi
⋙ daṇḍahasta
○hasta mfn. staff-handed MBh. vi, 4959 (Yama)
• m. a doorkeeper W.
• n. = -mātaṅga L.
• (ā L.
i Bhpr. v, 2, 29), f. id
⋙ daṇḍākhya
daṇḍâkhya mfn. called after a staff ( ○ḍaka)
• called Daṇḍa L. Sch.
• n. a two-sided hall facing north and east VarBṛS. liii, 39 and 41
• N. of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 8157
⋙ daṇḍāghāta
daṇḍâghāta m. a blow with a stick Kathās. liv, 203
⋙ daṇḍājina
daṇḍâjina n. sg. staff and dress of skin as mere outward signs of devotion, hypocrisy, deceit Pāṇ. 5-2, 76
⋙ daṇḍādaṇḍi
daṇḍādaṇḍi ind. (4, 127 and ii, 2, 27 Kāś.) stick against stick (in fighting) Mn. iv, 121 Kull.
⋙ daṇḍādhipa
daṇḍâdhipa
⋙ daṇḍādhipati
daṇḍâdhiḍpati a chief judge Kathās.
⋙ daṇḍnika
daṇḍnika n. = ḍa-sthāna Mālav. v, 2
⋙ daṇḍāpatānaka
daṇḍâpatānaka m. tetanus Suśr. ii, 1, 51 Bhpr.vii, 36, 172
⋙ daṇḍāpūpa
daṇḍâpūpa 'stick and cake', -nyāya m. a method of reasoning in which a self-evident truth is illustrated by saying that a mouse which has eaten a stick is sure to eat a cake Dāyakramas.
○pūpāyita mfn. self-evident Sch.
⋙ daṇḍāpūpikā
daṇḍâpūpikā f. = ○pūpa-ny. āya Sāh.x, 84
⋙ daṇḍāmitrā
daṇḍâmitrā for dattâm○
⋙ daṇḍārta
daṇḍârta n. N. of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 8141
⋙ daṇḍālasikā
daṇḍâlasikā f. = ○ḍakâlasaka Npr.
⋙ daṇḍālu
daṇḍâlu n. Dioscorea alata W.
⋙ daṇḍāvayava
daṇḍâvayava m. = ○ânīka Daś. viii, 11
⋙ daṇḍāśrama
daṇḍâśrama m. 'staff-condition', ascetism W.
min m. an ascetic W.
⋙ daṇḍāsana
daṇḍâsana n. = ○ḍakâs○ HYog. iv, 123 and 130 Yogas. ii, 46 Sch.
• N. of an arrow L.
⋙ daṇḍāstra
daṇḍâstra n. N. of a mythical weapon R. i, 56, 9
⋙ daṇḍāhata
daṇḍâhata n. 'struck by a churning-stick', butter-milk Bhpr. v, 13, 43
⋙ daṇḍeśa
daṇḍêśa m. = ○ḍa-mukha Gal.
⋙ daṇḍotpala
daṇḍôtpala m. n. and (ā), f. N. of a plant L.
⋙ daṇḍodyama
daṇḍôdyama m. lifting the stick against, threatening (ifc.) Yājñ. iii, 293 [Page 467, Column 2]
• pl. application of power R. v, 24, 34 Pañcat. i, 16, 9
⋙ daṇḍopaghātam
daṇḍôpaghātam ind. so as to strike with a stick Pāṇ. 3-4, 48 Kāś.
≫ daṇḍaka
daṇḍaka (g. ṛśyâdi), m. (n., g. ardharcâdi) ifc. 'a staff', tri-
• a handle (of a parasol) L.
• the beam (of a plough) L.
• the staff of a banner MBh. vii, ix
• (cf. Pāṇ. 5-3, 87 Kāś.) N. of a plant Suśr. v, 7, 1
• a row, line ŚāṅkhŚr. Sch.
• a class of metres the stanzas of which may extend from 4 X 27 to 4X 999 syllables Chandaþs. vii, 33-36 HanRāmUp. 15
• a kind of spasm Car. vi, 28 Bhpr. vii, 36, 171 and 227
• (○ḍâkhya) 171/172
• N. of wk. relating to VS.
• m. N. of a son of Ikshvāku (whose country was laid waste by the curse of Bhārgava, whose daughter he had violated
• his kingdom in consequence became the ○kâraṇya) MBh. xii (allusion only) Hariv. 637 BhP. ix, 6, 4 Kām. (vḷ. dāṇḍakya)
○ṇḍa R. vii.79, 15 VP. iv 2, 4 VāvuP.ī, 26, 9 PadmaP. i
• N. of a silly man Bharaṭ. xxv
• of an Asura Virac. xvi
• pl. the inhabitants of ○kâraṇya MBh. ii, xiii R. Ragh. VarBṛS.
• n. = ○kâraṇya MBh. xiii R. BhP. ix, 11, 19 Prasannar.vii, 77 (pl.)
• (ā), f. id. R. Ragh. xiii (colophon) VarBṛS. Mcar. iv, 40/41
• (ikā), f. a stick, staff Mn.v, 99 Kull. (ifc.)
• a line Naish. i, 21 Sch.
• a rope L.
• a string of pearls L.
⋙ daṇḍakāraṇya
daṇḍakâraṇya n. the Daṇḍaka forest in the Deccan MBh. iii, 8183 Hariv. 638 R. Ragh. Hit.
-prasthāna, ri. N. of Abhirāmam. iv
⋙ daṇḍakālasaka
daṇḍakâlasaka m. a kind of dysentery Car. vi, 10 Rājat. vii
⋙ daṇḍakāvana
daṇḍakā-vana n. = ○kâraṇya R. ii, 30 VarBṛS. xiv, 16
⋙ daṇḍakāsana
daṇḍakâsana n. lying prostrate on the ground Sarvad. xv, 301
≫ daṇḍana
dáṇḍana m. a cane (?) AV. xii, 2, 54 ī. beating, chastising, punishing Yājñ. (also a-) MBh. xii, 431 Kām. Kulârṇ.i, 78
• cf. a-dharma-
⋙ daṇḍanavidhi
○vidhi m. the practice of inflicting punishment Bālar. v, 63
≫ daṇḍanīya
daṇḍanīya mfn. to be punished Yājñ. Bālar.v
≫ daṇḍaya
daṇḍaya Nom. ○yati, to chastise, punish (with acc. of fine Mn. ix, 234 Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 1 Vārtt. 12 and 7 Vārtt. 1
• on ii, vi, viii, i,. 4, 51 Siddh. and Vop. v, 6) Mn. viii f. Yājñ. if. MBh. xii &c
≫ daṇḍāya
daṇḍāya Nom. (p. ○yamāna) to stand erect W.
≫ daṇḍāra
daṇḍāra m. 'having a flag-staff', a carriage L.
• 'having oars', a boat L.
• a potter's wheel (cf. ○ḍabhṛt) L.
• 'having a staff', a bow L.
• an elephant in rut L.
⋙ daṇḍāraka
daṇḍāḍraka ifc. the pole of a well (or ○ḍâraka, 'stick and spokes of a water-wheel' ?) Kād. v, 840
⋙ daṇḍi
daṇḍi m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. vii, 2
≫ daṇḍika
daṇḍika mfn. (g. purohitâdi) carrying a stick, Psṇ.v, 2, 115 Kāś. ; iii, 1, 7 Kār. Sch.
• = dāṇḍ○ MBh. vi, 439
• m. a policeman Gaut.
• N. of a fish L.
≫ daṇḍita
daṇḍita mfn. punished Pañcat. i, 1, 74 Hit.
≫ daṇḍin
daṇḍín mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 115 Kāś.) carrying a stick ŚBr. xiii
KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. &c
• m. a Brāhman in the 4th stage of his life (= ṭri-) Kālid.
• N. of an order of ascetics founded by Śaṃkarâcārya W.
• a door-keeper, policeman Nal. iv, 25 Kād. i, 225
• an oarsman W.
• Yama Kām. ii, 36
• Mañju-śrī L.
• (g. naḍâdi) N. of a son of Dhṛitit-rāshṭra MBh. i, 2738
• of a door-keeper of the Sun R. vii, 23, 2, 9 and 11
• of the author of Daś. Kāvyâd. and some 3rd work
• Artemisia Abrotanum L.
• pl. N. of a family Pravar. ii, 2, 2
⋙ daṇḍidatta
daṇḍḍi-datta m. du. Daṇḍin and Datta Pāṇ. 8-2, 2 Vārtt. 2 Pat. (not in ed.)
⋙ daṇḍimat
daṇḍḍi-mat mfn. having club-bearers (an army), iii, 1, 7 Kār. Sch.
⋙ daṇḍimuṇḍa
daṇḍḍi-muṇḍa m. staffed-handed and bald (Siva) MBh. xii, 10358
≫ daṇḍiman
daṇḍiman m. abstr. of ○ḍá g. pṛthv-ādi
≫ daṇḍya
daṇḍya mfn. = ○ḍanīya Āp. Gaut. Pāṇ. 5-1, 66 Mn. &c. (with acc. of fine, viii Yājñ. i, 66
• ī)
dat
dát m. (taking the form dánta in the strong cases Pāṇ. 6-1, 63) a tooth RV. (nom. dán, x, 115, 2) AV. VS. ŚBr. ĀśvGṛ. BhP.
• often ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 141-145), a- &c
a-dat-ka
dac-chada [cf.?-, Lat. dens &c.]
⋙ datvat
○vát mfn. furnished with teeth RV. i, 189, 5 AV. iv, 3, 4,
• (), f. with rájju, 'rope with teeth'
• a snake, 2 ; vii, 108, 1 ; xix, 47, 8
⋙ dadāyudha
dad-āyudha mfn. using the teeth as a weapon BhP. x, 17, 6
datta 1
datta mfn. (√de) protected L.
• honoured L.
datta 2
dattá mfn. (√1. ) given, granted, presented RV. i f. viii, x AV. &c
• placed, extended W.
• (with puttra) = ○ttrima MBh. xiii, 2616
• m. a short form [Pāṇ. 5-3, 83 Kār. Pat.] of names so terminating (yajña-, deva-, jaya &c.) which chiefly are given to Vaiśya men, vi, 2, 148 ; v, 3, 78 ff. Kāś. Mn. ii, 32 Kull. Sāh. vi, 141 [Page 467, Column 3]
• (cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 205 Kāś.) N. of an ascetic TāṇḍyaBr. xxv, 1 5, 3 (snake-priest) MBh. xii, 10875 BhP. iv, 19, 6
• = ○ttâtreya, 1, 15 ; vi, 15, 14
• N. of a son of Rājâdhideya Sūra Hariv. 2033
• of a sage in the 2nd Manv-antara, 417
• of the 7th Vāsudeva Jain. L.
• of the 8th Tirtha-kara of the past Utsarpiṇi ib.
• n. a gift, donation ChUp. v BhP. i, 5, 22
• (ā), f. N. of a woman Pat. Kāś. ( dātteya)
• (names so terminating given to veśyās Sāh. vi, 14I)
• cf. á-
⋙ dattakarṇa
○karṇa mfn. ifc. giving ear to, listening to Kād. iii, 759
⋙ dattakṣaṇa
○kṣaṇa mfn. to whom occasion or a festival has been given BhP. iii, 3, 21
⋙ dattagītā
○gītā f. N. of wk
⋙ dattadaṇḍin
○daṇḍin m. du. Dattá and DṭDattá Pāṇ. 8-2, 2 Vārtt. 2 Pat. (not in ed.)
⋙ dattadṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi mfn. directing the eye towards, looking on (loc.) Śak. i, 7 (vḷ.) Kathāsḷxxvii,. 22
⋙ dattanṛtyopahāra
○nṛtyôpahāra mfn. presented with the compliment of a dance Megh. 32
⋙ dattapūrvoktaśapabhī
○pūrvôkta-śapa-bhī mfn. causing fear by a previously uttered curse Kathās. lxxxiii, 23
⋙ dattaprāṇa
○prâṇa mfn. sacrificing Īfe.,
⋙ dattabhujaṃgastotra
○bhujaṃga-stotra n. N. of a hymn ascribed to Śaṃkarâcāry
⋙ dattamahiman
○mahiman m. another work ascribed to him
⋙ dattamārga
○mārga mfn. having the road ceded Megh. 45 (vḷ.)
⋙ dattavat
○vat mfn. one who has given
⋙ dattavara
○vara mfn. presented with the choice of a boon Hariv. R. i, 1, 22
• granted as a boon, vi, 19, 61
⋙ dattaśatru
○śatru
⋙ dattaśarman
○śarman for daṇḍa-
⋙ dattaśulkā
○śulkā f. (a bride) for whom a dowry has been paid Mn. ix, 97
⋙ dattahasta
○hasta mfn. ifc. having a hand given for support, supported by Sarvad. iv, 39
• shaking hands W.
⋙ dattākṣa
dattâkṣa mf(i)n. = ○tta-dṛṣṭi Sāh. iii, 114
⋙ dattākṣara
dattâkṣara mf(ā)n. having one syllable added, x, 14/15
⋙ dattātaṅka
dattâtaṅka mfn. causing fear to (gen.) Ratnâv. ii, 2
⋙ dattātman
dattâtman mfn. (with putra, a son deserted by his parents) who gives himself (For adoption as a child) Yājñ. ii, 131
• m. N. of one of the Viśve-devās MBh. xiii, 4359
⋙ dattātri
dattâtri dambholi
⋙ dattatreya
dattátreya m. N. of a sage (son of Atri by Anasūyā who favoured Arjuna Kārtavirya). MBh. iii, xii f. Hariv. BhP. ix, 23, 23 (Brahmā, Vishṇu, and Śiva propitiated by his penance became in portions of themselves severally his sons Soma, Datta, and Dur-vāsas
• hence worshipped as representing the Triad) VP. i, 10, 10 ; iv, 11, 3 MārkP. xvi ff. BṛNārP. xxi
• N. of an author VP. iii, 9, 31 Sch. Anand. 2 and 96 Sch.
• pl. N. of a family Pravar. iii, 1
○yâṣṭôttara-śata-nāma-stotra n. N. of a ch. of BrahmāṇḍaP
○yâpaniṣad f. N. of an Up.
⋙ dattātreyīya
dattâtreyīya n. story of ○treya', N. of MārkP. xix
⋙ dattādatta
dattâdatta mfn. given and received
⋙ dattādara
dattâdara mfn. showing respect
• treated with respect
⋙ dattānapakarman
dattânapakarman n. non-delivery of gifts W.
cf. Mn. viii, 4
⋙ dattāpahṛta
dattâpahṛta mfn. given and taken again W.
cf. Yājñ. ii, 176
⋙ dattāpradānika
dattâpradānika mfn. relating to the non-delivery of a gift, 174/175
⋙ dattāmitra
dattâmitra m. N. of a Sauvira prince MBh. i, 5537
• (ā), f. N. of a place (cf. dattâmitrīya) R. iv, 43, 20 (vḷ. daṇḍâm○)
⋙ dattāvadhāna
dattâvadhāna mfn. attentive Pañcat.ī, 2, 0/1 Kathās.xxiv, 98,
⋙ dattāsana
dattâsana mfn. having a seat given
⋙ dattairaṇḍapallaka
dattairaṇḍapallaka N. of a district in the Deccan
⋙ dattottara
dattôttara mfn. answered Sarvad.xv, 211 (-tva n. abstr.)
⋙ dattopaniṣad
dattôpaniṣad f. N. of an Up.
≫ dattaka
dattaka mfn. (with putra) = ○ttrima, Pravar Yājñ. ii, 130 Mn. ix, 141 Kull.
• m. a form of names terminating in -datta Pāṇ. 5-3, 83, Kār. Pat.
• N. of an author Vātsyāy. Introd. and ii, 10, 44
• of Māgha's father Śiś. (colophon)
⋙ dattakacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of wk
⋙ dattakamīmāṃsā
○mīmāṃsā f. another work
≫ dattā
dattā f. of ○tt4
⋙ dattākārīṣagandhyā
○kārīṣagandhyā f. du. DṭDattā and Kārīshagandhyā Pāṇ. 2-4, 26 Vārtt. 6 Pat.
⋙ dattāgārgyāyaṇī
○gārgyāyaṇī f. du. Dattā and Gārgyāyaṇī ib.
⋙ datti
datti f. (vii, 4, 46) a gift Ragh.
≫ dattika
dattika
⋙ dattiya
dattiya
⋙ dattila
dattila m. forms of names terminating in -datta Pāṇ. 5-3, 83 Kār. Sch.
⋙ datteya
datteya m. Indra L.
⋙ dattogni
dattogni
⋙ dattoni
dattoni dambholi
≫ dattra
dáttra n. (Indra's) gift RV. iii, 36, 9 ; iv, 17, 6 ; viii, 49, 2
⋙ dattravat
○vat (dátt○), mfn. rich in gifts, vi, 50, 8
≫ dattrima
dattrima mfn. received by gift (son, slave) Mn.
≫ dattvā
dattvā́ ind. p. √da q.v
• cf. ā́-
⋙ dattvādāna
○"ṣdāna (dattvâdāna) n. resumption of a gift Buddh. L.
≫ dad
dad cl. 1. ○dati, √ mfn. ifc. āyurdád
⋙ dada
dada mf(ā)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 139) 'giving', abhayaṃ-
dhanaṃ-dadā
⋙ dadana
dadana n. giving L.
≫ dadāti
dadāti m. a gift Gaut. v, 19
≫ dadi
dadí mfn. giving, bestowing (with acc.) RV. i f. iv, 24, 4 (cf. Pāṇ. 2-3, 69 Kāś.), viii ; x, 133, 3
≫ daditṛ
daditṛ́ m. a giver (preserver?) VS. vii, 14
dadadas
dadadás ind. (onomat.) imitative sound of a thunder's roaring ŚBr. xiv, 8, 2, 4. [Page 468, Column 1]
dadari
dadari N. of a river Rasik. xii, 4
dadāyudha
dad-āyudha dát
dadṛt
dadṛt mfn. (√dṝ) bursting or causing to burst Pāṇ. 3-2, 1 78 Vārtt. 3 Pat.
≫ dadru
dadru a tortoise Uṇ. vṛ
• f. (also dara○ Uṇ.k.) = ○drū Suśr. i, 11 and 45 ; v, 8
⋙ dadrukuṣṭha
○kuṣṭha n. id., ii, 5 ; iv, 31
⋙ dadrughna
○ghna m. (also dara○) = ○drū- L.
• Psoralea corylifolia L.
⋙ dadrunāsinī
○nāsinī f. removing leprosy', N. of an insect L. (v. l. dara○)
⋙ dadruroga
○roga m. = dadrū Hcat. i, 8, 455 and 11, 245
⋙ dadrurogin
○rogin mfn. leprous (also dard○ L.), 8, 444 ; 11, 232 and 244
≫ dadruka
dadruka m. = ○drū L.
⋙ dadruṇa
daḍdruṇa mfn. (g. pāmâdi) leprous (also dard○ L.), 8, 456
≫ dadrū
dadrū f. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 100 Vārtt. l and Pat.) a cutaneous eruption, kind of leprosy (also dard○ Uṇ. i, 92 and dardū Sch.) Suśr. iv, 9 VarBṛS. xxxii, 14
⋙ dadrūghna
○ghna mfn. removing leprosy', Cassia Tora or alata L.
⋙ dadrūrogin
○rogin mfn. = dru- L. Sch. (vḷ. dard○)
≫ dadrūṇa
dadrūṇa mfn. = ○druṇa L. Sch. (also dara○)
dadṛśānapavu
dadṛśāná-pavu (√dṛś) having visible fellies RV. x, 3, 6
dadh
dadh (redupl. of √dhā), el. 1. ○dhate, to hold Dhātup. ii, 7
• to give ib.: Intens. 2. sg. Impv. dādaddhi Pāṇ. 8-2, 37 Kāś.
≫ dadha
dadha mfn. (iii, i, 139) 'giving', iḍā-, ilā-
≫ dadhana
dadhana n. 'putting', antar-
≫ dadha 1
dádha mfn. (2, 171 Vārtt. 3) 'giving' RV. x, 46, 1
• preserving (with acc.) Vop.
• n. a house L.
≫ dadhan
dadhán 2. dádhi
⋙ dadhanvat
○vát mfn. containing coagulated milk RV. vi, 48, 18
≫ dadhi 2
dádhi n. (replaced in the weakest forms by ○dhán [Pāṇ. 7-1, 75]: instr. &c. ○dhnā́ ○dhné, ○dhnás
• loc. ○dhani AśvGṛ. i, 24, 5 and ŚvetUp. i, 5, or ○dhni, ifc. Suśr. vi, 40, 150) coagulated milk, thick sour milk (regarded as a remedy
• differing from curds in not having the whey separated from it) RV. &c
• turpentine L.
• the resin of Ṣorea robusta L.
⋙ dadhikarṇa
○karṇa m. 'milk-ear', N. of a cat Pañcat. iii, 2, 5/8 and 6/7 (cf. Hit. ī)
• v. l. for adh○
⋙ dadhikulyā
○kulyā f. a stream of dádhi R. i, 53, 3
⋙ dadhikūrcikā
○kūrcikā f. mixture of boiled and dádhi milk Madanav.
⋙ dadhikra
○kra m. N. of a man Pravar. vi, 3 (cf. Kāty.)
⋙ dadhikrā
○krā́ m. (cf. Naigh. i, 14 Nir. ii, 27 f. and x, 3l) N. of a divine horse (personification of the morning Sun
• addressed in RV. iv, 38-40 ; vii, 44), iii, 20 ; x, 101, 1
○krā́-vatī f. (scil. ṛ́c) the verse iv, 39, 6 (cf. AV. xx, 137, 3) MaitrS. i, 5, 13
⋙ dadhikrāvan
○krā́van m. = -krā́ RV. iv, 39 f. ; vii, 41 and 44 TS. ii
⋙ dadhigraha
○graha m. a cup with dádhi Jaim. iv, 4, 8
-pātra n. the vessel used for taking up dádhi ĀpŚr. xii, 2, 1
⋙ dadhighana
○ghana m. 'thickened dádhi', curds Pāṇ. 3-3, 77 Kāś.
⋙ dadhigharma
○gharmá m. a warm oblation of dádhi ŚBr. xiv
KātyŚr. ĀśvŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy.
-homa m. id. Vait.
⋙ dadhicāra
○cāra m. a churning-stick L.
⋙ dadhija
○ja mfn. produced from or on dádhi L.
• n. fresh butter L.
⋙ dadhidrapsa
○drapsá m. a globule of thickened dádhi ŚBr. ix ĀśvGṛ. i, i 7, 7
⋙ dadhidhānī
○dhānī f. a vessel for holding dádhi Āp.
⋙ dadhidhenu
○dhenu f. a cow represented by dádhi (offered to priests) VarP. cvi BhavP. ii, 168
⋙ dadhinadī
○nadī f. N. of a river, KapSaṃph.xx
⋙ dadhipayas
○payas n. du. dádhi and milk Pāṇ. 2-4, 14
⋙ dadhiparṇa
○parṇa m. N. of a man BrahmaP. ii, 12 and 18, 26
⋙ dadhipiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. = -ghana Gal.
⋙ dadhipuccha
○puccha m. 'milk-tail', N. of a jackal Pañcat. iii, 14, 0/1
⋙ dadhipuṣpikā
○puṣpikā f. milk-flower', Clitoria Ternatea L.
⋙ dadhipuṣpī
○puṣpī f. the plant kola-simbī L.
⋙ dadhipūpaka
○pūpaka m. N. of a cake made of dádhi Madanav.
⋙ dadhipūraṇa
○pūraṇa m. N. of a Nāga L. Sch.
⋙ dadhipūrvamukha
○pūrva-mukha -m○
⋙ dadhipṛṣātaka
○pṛṣātaka N. of a mixture made with dádhi PārGṛ. ii, 16, 3
⋙ dadhiphala
○phala m. Feronia elephantum (its fruit having the acid taste of dádhi) L.
⋙ dadhibhakṣa
○bhakṣa m. food prepared from dádhi Lāṭy. ii, xii
• mfn. eating d Pañcar. iv, 8, 41
⋙ dadhibhāṇḍa
○bhāṇḍa n. = -dhānī Hit. iii, 5, 1/2
⋙ dadhimaṇḍa
○maṇḍa m. whey Rasar.
○ḍôda mfn. having whey as liquid (an ocean) BhP. v
○ḍôdaka mfn. id. MBh. vi, 443 VP. ii, 4, 57f
⋙ dadhimantha
○mantha m. a beverage obtained by churning dádhi Kauś. 40 ĀśvGṛ. ii, 5, 2 (pl.)
⋙ dadhimanthana
○manthana n. the churning of dádhi
⋙ dadhimukha
○mukha m. 'milk-faced', a kind of snake Suśr. v, 4
• N. of a Nāga MBh. i, v Hariv. 9504
• of a Yaksha W.
• of a monkey (brother-in-law of Su-grīva) MBh. iii, 16275 R. v, 1 and 59
• (-pūrvam○) 63, 20 ; vi, 6 and (metrically ○dhī.) 7, 32
• (also ○dhi-vaktra, v f.)
⋙ dadhivaktra
○vaktra -mukha
⋙ dadhivat
○vat (dádh○), mfn. prepared with dádhi AV. xviii, 4, 17
⋙ dadhivāmana
○vāmana m. 'milk-dwarf.' m. N. of a mystic person Tantras. ii, iv
⋙ dadhivāri
○vāri mfn. having dádhi as liquid (an ocean) Hemac.
⋙ dadhivāhana
○vāhana m. N. of a prince (son of Aṅga and father of Divi-ratha) MBh. xii, 1796 Hariv. 1693 f. VāyuP. ii, 37, 100 MatsyaP. iii, 9l f. [Page 468, Column 2]
• (adh○ AgP.)
• of a king of Campā, jain
⋙ dadhividarbha
○vidarbha for daśi- 1
⋙ dadhiśara
○śara m. -maṇḍa W. =
⋙ dadhiśoṇa
○śoṇa m. a monkey L.
⋙ dadhisaktu
○saktu m. pl. barleymeal with dádhi, Kauś ĀśvGṛ. iii, 5, 5 and 10 MBh. xiii, 5049
⋙ dadhisamudra
○samudra m. the dádhi ocean (cf. -vāri), Sāṃkhyas.vi, 52, Anir
⋙ dadhisambhava
○sambhava mfn. produced bya○ Mn. v, 10
• n. fresh butter Gal.
⋙ dadhisāra
○sāra n. id. L.
⋙ dadhiskanda
○skanda n. N. of a Tirtha RevāKh.
⋙ dadhisneha
○sneha m.= -maṇḍa L.
⋙ dadhisveda
○sveda m. butter-milk L.
≫ dadhika
dadhika ifc. for ○dhi g. ura-ādi
≫ dadhittha
dadhittha m. = ○dhi-phala Gobh. i, 5, 15 (the wood of which is not allowed to be used in sacrifices)
• = -rasa Suśr. vi, 21, 4
⋙ dadhittharasa
○rasa m. the resin of DṭDadhittha, 49, 24
⋙ dadhitthākhya
dadhitthâkhya m. n. id. L.
≫ dadhiṣāyya
dadhiṣāyya n. (for didh○) clarified butter Uṇ.
≫ dadhisya
dadhisya + Nom. ○yati, = ○dhīya Pāṇ. 7-1, 51 Siddh.
⋙ dadhyasya
daḍdhyasya Nom. ○jati id. ib.
≫ dadhīca
dadhīca m. = ○dhy-ác (devoted himself to death that Indra might slay Vṛitra with the thunderbolt fabricated by Tvashṭṛi out of his bones) MBh. i, iii, ix (father of Sārasvata by Sarasvati, 2929 ff.), xii
• (blamed Daksha, q.v.) VāyuP. i, 30, 103 ff. KūrmaP. i, 15, 6 ff. (vḷ. ○ā)
• author with the pātr. Pāthnya Anukr. on Kāṭh. xvi, 4
⋙ dadhīcakṣupasaṃvāda
○kṣupa-saṃvāda m. dialogue between Dadhīca and KshṭKshupa-saṃvāda LiṅgaP. i, 35
≫ dadhīci
dadhīci m. = ○ca MBh. xii, 10283 ff (blaming Daksha) VarBṛS. lxxx, 3
⋙ dadhīcyasthi
dadhīḍcy-asthi n. 'Daksha's bones', the thunderbolt L.
• the diamond L.
≫ dadhīmukha
dadhī-mukha dadhi-m○
≫ dadhīya
dadhīya Nom. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-4, 68 Vārtt. 3 Pat.
• Pot. ○yāt) to like dádhi, ApŚr. (cf. KātyŚr. Sch.)
≫ dadhy
dadhy in comp. for ○dhi
⋙ dadhyagra
○agra n. = ○dhi-maṇḍa W.
⋙ dadhyac
○ác m. (nom. -áṅ acc. -áñcam
• dat. ○dhīcé gen. ○dhīcás
cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 170) 'sprinkling dádhi' (cf. ○dhi-krā́ and ghṛtâī) N. of a mythical Ṛishi or sacrificer (RV. i, 80, 16 and called āṅgiras 139, 9 [āṅgirasa] TāṇḍyaBr. xii, 8
• son of Atharvan [cf. ātharvaṇá] RV. vi, 16, 14 BhP.iv, 1, 42
• having the head of a horse and teaching the Aśvins to find in Tvashṭṛi's house the mádhu or Soma RV. i, 116 f. and 119 ; ix, 108, 4
• favoured by Indra [x, 48, 2] who slays 99 Vṛitras or foes with a thunderbolt made of his bones, i. 84, 13 BhP. vi, 11, 20 ; viii, 20, 7
• propounder of the Brāhmaṇa called mádhu ŚBr. iv, xiv BhP. vi, 9, 50ff.)
⋙ dadhyanna
○anna n. rice prepared with dádhi Yājñ. i, 288
⋙ dadhyākara
○ākara m. = ○dhi-samudra L.
⋙ dadhyāśir
○āśir (dádh○), mfn. mixed with dádhi (Soma) RV. i, v, vii ; ix, 22, 3 ; 63, 15 ; 101, 12
⋙ dadhyāhva
○āhva
⋙ dadhyāhvaya
○āḍhvaya m. the resin of Pinus longifolia L.
⋙ dadhyuttara
○uttara n. = -agra Hariv. 4216 Suśr. i, 43. 4 f
• (a), f. bulbmilk Gal.
-ga n. = ○dhy-uttara L.
⋙ dadhyuda
○uda mfn. = ○dhi-vāri L.
⋙ dadhyodana
○ódana m. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-1, 34 Kāś.) boiled rice mixed with dádhi ŚBr. xiv Yājñ. i, 303
dadhiṣu
dadhiṣú ○ṣū-pati, didh○
dadhṛṣ
dadhṛṣ mfn. (√dhṛṣ) bold Bhatt. vi, 117 (nom. ○dhṛk)
• (○dhṛ́k), ind. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 59) strongly, boldly RV. v, 66, 3 ; viii, 82, 2 ; x, 16, 7
⋙ dadhṛṣa
dadhṛḍṣá mfn. bold, iii, 42, 6
⋙ dadhṛṣi
dadhṛḍṣi dā́dh○
⋙ dadhṛṣvāṇi
dadhṛḍṣvāṇi mfn. bold, viii, 61, 3
dadhna
dadhna m. N. of Yama L.
dadhyac
dadhy-ác -anna, &c. above
dadhyānī
dadhyānī f. N. of a plant L.
dan
dán dánas, dát, 2. and 1. dam
danāyus
danāyus ○yū́, dánu
danīdhvaṃsa
danīdhvaṃsa mfn. (fr. Intens. of √dhvaṃs) Pāṇ. 2-4, 74 Kāś.
danu
dánu f. N. of a daughter of Daksha (by Kaśyapa [or danāyū́ ŚBr. i, 6, 3, 9], mother of the Dānavas) MBh. i, 2520 ff. Hariv. R. iii, 20 VP. &c. VarBṛS.
• m. N. of a son of ŚrI (also called Dānava
• originally very handsome, but changed into a monster [kabandha] by Indra for having offended him) R. iii f
⋙ danukabandha
○kabandha m. the monster DṭDānava Mcar. iv, 1/2 -ja m. born from Dānava', a Dānava BhP. vi, 9, 39
-dviṣ m. Dānava-enemy', a god L. Sch.
○jâri m. id. W.
○jêdra m. a Dānava prince Vcar.
⋙ danusambhava
○sambhava m. = - ja MārkP.
⋙ danusūnu
○sūnu m.id. L.
≫ danāyus
danāyus f. N. of daughter of Daksha (named with Danu) MBh.
⋙ danāyū
danāḍyū́ m. s.v. dánu
danta
dánta m. (fr. &) = dát RV. vi, 75, 11 AV. &c. (n. R. vi, 82, 28
• ifc., al [Kathās. xxi Caurap.] or ī [MBh. ix Mṛicch. x, 13 VarBṛS. Ghaṭ.] Pāṇ. 4-1, 55)
• the number 32, Gaṇit.
• an elephant's tusk, ivory MBh. R. &c. [Page 468, Column 3]
• the point (of an arrow? atharī́) RV. iv, 6, 8
• the peak or ridge of a mountain, Haravij. iv, 32 Dharmaśarm. vii, 32
• an arbour Śiś. iv, 40
• a pin used in playing a lute, Haravij. i, 9
• (i), f. = ○tikā Suśr. VarBṛS.
• (in music) N. of a composition
• cf. ibha-dantā
kuḍmala- and krūra-a-dantī &c
⋙ dantakarṣaṇa
○karṣaṇa m. 'teeth-injuring', the lime L.
⋙ dantakāra
○kāra m. an ivory worker R. ī.-
⋙ dantakāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha n. a small piece of the wood (of particular trees) used for cleaning the teeth MBh. xiii &c
• cleaning the teeth with the danta-kāṣṭha, 4996 VarP.
• m. N. of various trees the wood of which is used for cleaning the teeth (Flacourtia sapida L.
• Asclepias gigantea, Ficus indica, Acacia Catech, Pongamia glabra, Terminalia alata) Npr.
○ṣṭhâbhakṣaṇa n. 'omitting to use the d○', N. of VarP. cxxxi
⋙ dantakāṣṭhaka
○kāṣṭhaka m. N. Tabernaemontana coronaria L.
⋙ dantakumāra
○kumāra m. of a man
⋙ dantakūra
○kūra N. of a place MBh. v, 23, 24 and 48, 76
⋙ dantakrūra
○krūra m. N. of a prince, vii, 70, 5
⋙ dantagrāhitā
○grāhi-tā f. the state of injuring the teeth Suśr. i, 45
⋙ dantagharṣa
○gharṣa m. chattering of the teeth MārkP.xliii, 22
⋙ dantaghāṭa
○ghāṭa
⋙ dantaghāṭaka
○ghāḍṭaka m= -kāra Kathās. lxxv (cf. Vet. i, 8/9)
⋙ dantaghata
○ghata m. a bite Sāh. iii, 8 a/b
⋙ dantacāla
○cāla m. looseness of the teeth Suśr.iv, 39
⋙ dantacchada
○cchada m. (cf. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-3, 118 and vi, 4, 96) 'tooth cover', a lip Bhartṛ. Ṛitus. &c
• (ā), f. Momordica monadelpha (its red fruit being compared to the lips) Npr.
○dôpamā f. id. L.
⋙ dantacchadana
○cchadana n. = ○da Gal.
⋙ dantacchedana
○cchedana n. biting through Bhpr. v, 11, 168
⋙ dantajanman
○janman n. growth of the teeth Yājñ. iii, 23
⋙ dantajāta
○jāta mf(ā Pāṇ. 4-1, 52 Vārtt. 1)n. (vi, 2, 171
• g. āhitâgny-ādi) = jāta-danta Mn. v, 58
• (a- neg.) ĀśvGṛ. iv, 4, 24
⋙ dantajāha
○jāha n. the √of a tooth, g. karṇâdi
⋙ dantadarśana
○darśana n. (a dog's) showing the teeth MBh. v, 2652
⋙ dantadyut
○dyut f. brightness of the teeth Bālar. v, 66
⋙ dantadhāva
○dhāva m. cleaning the teeth BhP. xi, 27, 35
⋙ dantadhāvana
○dhāvana
n. id. Kauś. Gaut. Mn. iv Yājñ. i MBh. &c
-pavana R. ii Suśr. iv, 22 Pāṇ. 6-2, 150 Kāś.
• GarP
• N. of a ch. of PSarv.
• m. Acacia Catechu L.
• Mimusops Elengi L.
• a kind of karañja L.
-prakaraṇa n. N. of Parāś. i, 39/40, 5
-vidhi. m. N. of Smṛitik. iv, 2, 1
• of a ch. of Smṛityarth
• of Bhpr.iv, 24ff
⋙ dantadhāvanaka
○dhāvanaka m. N. of a tree Kauś. 36
⋙ dantaniṣkāśita
○niṣkāśita mfn. showing the teeth (a jackal) Hit. iii, 7, 0/1 (vḷ.)
⋙ dantapattra
○pattra n. a kind of ear-ring Kum. vii, 23 Kād. Hcar. i, 387 Bālar. v, 76
• Nom. ○ttrati, to represent that ear-ring Prasannar. vii, 61
⋙ dantapattraka
○pattraka n. a kind of jasmine (its petals being compared to the teeth) L.
• (ikā), f. an ivory ear-ring Śiś. i, 60
• a comb MBh. i, 3, 157 Sch.
⋙ dantapavana
○pavana n. 'toothcleaner', a small piece of wood (= -kāṣṭha) Car.i, 5 Suśr. iv, 24
⋙ dantapāta
○pāta m. the falling out of the teeth VarBṛS. lxvi, 5
⋙ dantapāli
○pāli f. an ivory hilt (of a sword) Vāsav. 487
⋙ dantapālī
○pālī f. the gums VarBṛSḷxviii,. 97
⋙ dantapāvana
○pāvana n. = -dhāva Pañcad. ii, 45
⋙ dantapuppuṭa
○puppuṭa m.gum boil Suśr.i, 25
⋙ dantapuppuṭaka
○puppuṭaka m.id., ii, 16 ; iv, 22
⋙ dantapura
○pura n. 'city of Buddha's tooth', the capital of Kaliṅga Jain. &c
⋙ dantapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. Strychnos potatorum L.
⋙ dantaprakṣālana
○prakṣālana n. = -dhāva Āp. Gobh.
-pavana KātyŚr. viii, 9 Āp. PārGṛ.
⋙ dantapraveṣṭa
○praveṣṭa a case round an elephant's tusk Śiś. xviii, 47
⋙ dantaphala
○phala m. Feronia elephantum L.
• n. = -puṣpa L.
• (ā), f. long pepper L.
• N. of a gourd Gal.
⋙ dantabīja
○bīja m. pomegranate L.
• (ā), f. id. L.
• N. of a gourd L.
⋙ dantabījaka
○bījaka m. = ○ja L.
⋙ dantabhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. fracture of the teeth Suśr. ii, 16 Pañcat. i Kām. xiv Pañcad.
⋙ dantabhāga
○bhāga m. the fore-part of an elephant's head (where the tusks appear) L.
• part of a tooth W.
⋙ dantamadhya
○madhya n. the space between an elephant's tusks Gal.
⋙ dantamaya
○maya mfn. made of ivory Mn. v, 121
⋙ dantamala
○mala n. impurity of the teeth L.
⋙ dantamāṃsa
○māṃsa n. the gums Suśr. i, 35 ; ii, 16
⋙ dantamūla
○mūla n. = -jāha VS. xxv, 1 VPrāt. APrāt. Suśr.
• = -śopha L.
⋙ dantamulikā
○mulikā f. = dantikā L.
⋙ dantamūlīya
○"ṣmūlīya mfn. belonging to ○lá, dental (letter) RPrāt.i, v
⋙ dantaracanā
○racanā f. = -dhāva Kathāsḷxxv.
⋙ dantarajas
○rajas n. = -mala Kauś. 31
⋙ dantaroga
○roga m. tooth-ache Suśr. iv, 22,
⋙ dantarogin
○"ṣrogin mfn. suffering from ○ga, 24
⋙ dantalekhaka
○lekhaka m. one who lives by painting the teeth Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-2, 17 and vi, 2, 73
⋙ dantavaktra
○vaktra for -vakra
⋙ dantavakra
○vakra m. N. of a Karūsha prince (also called vakradanta and vakra
• described as a Dānava or Asura)
MBh. if. Hariv. VP. iv, 14, 11 ; v, 26, 7 BhP.iii, vii, ix VāyuP. ii, 34, 145 BrahmaP. Kām.
⋙ dantavat
○vat mfn. having teeth Pāṇ. 5-2, 106 Kāś.
⋙ dantavarṇa
○varṇa mfn. 'tooth-coloured', brilliant MBh. viii, 63, 11
⋙ dantavalka
○valka n. the enamel of the teeth Suśr. ii, 16
⋙ dantavastra
○vastra mṇ. = -cchada L.
⋙ dantavāṇijya
○vāṇijya n. ivory trade (forbidden to Jain laymen) HYog. iii, 98 and 105. [Page 469, Column 1]
⋙ dantavāsas
○vāsas (m. W.) = -cchada Kum.v, 34
⋙ dantavighāta
○vighāta m. = -gh○ Ṛitus. iv, 12
⋙ dantavidradhī
○vidradhī f. an abscess of the teeth Car. vi, 18
⋙ dantavīṇā
○vīṇā f. 'toothguitar', ○ṇāṃ vādayat mfn. 'playing the ○ṇā', chattering with the teeth Pañcat. i, 18, 0/1
⋙ dantaveṣṭa
○veṣṭa = ○tana MBh. vii, 3639
• the gums Yājñ. iii, 96 (du. 'the gums of the upper and lower jaw') MBh. vii f. (of an elephant) Suśr. i, 5 ; ii, 16, tumour of the gums, i, 23 and 25 ; ii, 16, 15
⋙ dantaveṣṭaka
○veṣṭaka m. id., 11
• du. the gums of the upper and lower, jaw Car. iv, 7
⋙ dantaveṣṭana
○veṣṭana n. = -praveṣṭa Siś. xviii, 47 Sch.
⋙ dantavaidarbha
○vaidarbha m. looseness of the teeth through external injury Suśr. i, 11 ; ii, 16 ; iv, 22
⋙ dantavyasana
○vyasana n. fracture or decay of the teeth or of a tusk
⋙ dantavyāpāra
○vyāpāra m. ivory work Kād.
⋙ dantaśaṅku
○śaṅku n. a pair of pincers for drawing teeth Suśr. i, 8
⋙ dantaśaṭha
○śaṭha mfn. 'bad for the teeth', 'acid L.
• m. acidity L.
• N. of several trees with acid fruits and (n.) N. of the fruits ( = -karṣaṇa, Citrus Auraritium, = -phala, Averrhoa Carambola L.), 42 and 46
• (ā), f. Oxalis pusilla L.
⋙ dantaśarkarā
○śarkarā f. tartar of the teeth, 23 ; ii, 16
⋙ dantaśāṇa
○śāṇa m. tooth-powder L.
⋙ dantaśirā
○śirā f. a back tooth L.
• the gums W.
⋙ dantasuddhi
○suddhi f. = -dhāva
⋙ dantaśula
○śula m. n. = -roga MBh. xii GarP.
⋙ dantaśodhana
○śodhana- n. = -dhāva Bhpr.iv, 40/41 (i), f. a tooth-pick W.
-cūrṇa n. tooth-powder, 25
⋙ dantaśopha
○śopha m. swelling of the gums L.
⋙ dantaśliṣṭa
○śliṣṭa mfn. entangled in the teeth W.
⋙ dantasaṃgharṣa
○saṃgharṣa m. gnashing the teeth MārkP. xxxiv, 72
⋙ dantasadman
○sadman n. 'tooth-abode', the mouth Gal.
⋙ dantaskavana
○skavana n. picking the teeth Āp.
⋙ dantaharṣa
○harṣa m. morbid sensitiveness of the teeth Suśr. i, 42 ; ii, 16 ; iv, 22
• = -gh○ VāyuP.i, 19, 19
⋙ dantaharṣaka
○harṣaka
⋙ dantaharṣaṇa
○harḍṣaṇa m. = -karṣaṇa L.
⋙ dantahastin
○hastin mfn. having tusks and a trunk R. i, 6, 24
⋙ dantahīna
○hīna mfn. toothless
⋙ dantāgra
dantâgra n. the top of a tooth VPrāt. i, 81
⋙ dantāgrīya
dantâgrīya mfn. fr. ○gra g. gahâdi
⋙ dantāghāta
dantâghāta m. = ○ta-gh○ W.
• = ○ta-karṣaṇa L.
⋙ dantāñji
dantâñji mfn. showing the teeth MantraBr. ii, 4, 6
⋙ dantāda
dantâda mfn. corroding the teeth Suśr.vi, 54
⋙ dantādanti
dantā-danti mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 127) tooth against tooth MBh. viii, 2377
⋙ dantāntara
dantântara n. 'space between the teeth', -gata mfn. = ○nta-śliṣṭa Suśr. i
○tar-adhiṣṭhita mfn. id. Mn. v, 141
⋙ dantāyudha
dantâyudha m. 'tusk-weaponed', a hog L.
⋙ dantārbuda
dantârbuda m. n. = ○ta-śopha L.
⋙ dantālaya
dantâlaya m. = ○tasadman L.
⋙ dantāli
dantâli f: a row of teeth
⋙ dantālikā
dantâlikā f. a horse's bridle Śiś. v, 56
⋙ dantāli
dantâli f. id. L.
⋙ dantāvali
dantâvali f. = ○tâdli Bhartṛ. iii, 74
⋙ dantāśliṣṭa
dantâśliṣṭa mfn. = ○ta-i○ Mn. v, 141 Kull.
⋙ danocchiṣṭa
danôcchiṣṭa n. the remains of food lodged between the teeth Gṛihyās. ii, 89
⋙ dantodbheda
dantôdbheda m. appearance of the teeth, dentition W.
⋙ dantolūkhala
dantôlūkhala n. 'tooth-hole', alveole Car.iv, 7, 1
⋙ dantolūkhalika
dantôlūkhalika mfn. 'using the teeth as a mortar', eating unground grain (an ascetic) Mn. vi, 17 Yājñ. iii, 49 MBh. ix, 2182 ; xiii, 647
⋙ dantolūkhalin
dantôlūkhalin mfn. id., ix, 2166 R. (G) i, 52, 26 ; iii, 10, 3
⋙ dantoṣṭhaka
dantóṣṭhaka for ○tâuSTh○,
⋙ dantauṣṭhaka
dantauṣṭhaka mfn. paying attention to one's teeth and lips Pāṇ. 5-2, 66 Kāś.
≫ dantaka
dantaka ifc. 'a tooth', a-, kṛmi-, śyāva-
• m. a projection in a rock L.
• 'a pin projecting from a wall', nāga-
• mfn. paying attention to one's teeth Pāṇ. v, 2, 66 Sch.
• (ika), f. Croton polyandrum (yielding a pungent oil) L.
≫ dantāvala
dantāvala m. (113 ; vi, 3, 118) 'tusked', an elephant Mn. vii, 106 Kull.
• N. of a man GopBr. i, 2, 5
≫ danti
danti for ○tín, q.v
⋙ dantijā
○jā f. = ○tikā L.
⋙ dantidanta
○danta m. an elephant's tusk', -maya mfn. made of ivory MBh. viii, 1021
⋙ dantidurga
○durga m. N. of a man
⋙ dantidaitya
○daitya m. N. of a Daitya Bālar. x, 30
⋙ dantimada
○mada m. the juice flowing from a rutting elephant's temples L.
⋙ dantivaktra
○vaktra m. 'elephant-faced', Gaṇśa, iv, 16
⋙ dantistha
○stha mfn. seated on an elephant Kum. xvi, 2
≫ dantin
dantín mfn. tusked (Gaṇêśa) MaitrS. ii, 9, 1 (○ti TĀr. x, 1, 5)
• m. an elephant MBh. R. &c
• a mountain L.
• (inī), f. = ○tikā L. ○tila m. N. of a man Pañcat. i, 3, 0/1
⋙ dantura
danḍtura mf(ā Vop.)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 106) having projecting teeth Kathās.xii, xx, cxxiii KātyŚr. xx Sch.
• jagged, uneven Naish. vii, 13 (-tā f. abstr.)
• ifc. = ○rita Kād. Hcar. i, 121 ; ii, 224 Kathās. xviii Vcar.
• ugly Kād.v, 1047 (-tā f. abstr.)
-cchada m. 'prickly-leaved', the lime tree L.
⋙ danturaka
danḍturaka mfn. having prominent teeth VarBṛS. lxix, 20
• m. pl. N. of a people (east of Madhya-deśa), xiv, 6
⋙ danturaya
danḍturaya Nom. ○yati, to fill with (instr.) Hcar. ii, 488
⋙ danturita
danḍturita mfn. ifc. filled with, full of Kād. iii, 1250 ; v, 843
⋙ dantaūla
danḍtaūla mfn. having teeth, g. sidhmâdi
⋙ danteya
danḍteya m. Indra (v. l. datt○) L.
≫ dantya
dantya mf(ā Pāṇ. 6-1, 213 Sch.)n. dental (a letter) Prāt. Kāś. Vop.
• being on the teeth Pāṇ. 4-3, 55 Kāś. Hemac. [Page 469, Column 2]
• suitable to the teeth Suśr. i, 46 Pāṇ. 5-1, 6 Kāś.
• cf. a-
⋙ dantyoṣṭhya
dantyóṣṭhya or mfn. denti-labial Śiksh.25 Pāṇ. 7 Kāś.
⋙ dantyauṣ
danḍtyâuṣ○ mfn. denti-labial Śiksh.25 Pāṇ. 7 Kāś.
dandaśa
dandaśa m. (√daṃś) a tooth W.
≫ dandaśūka
dandaśū́ka mfn. (iii, 2, 166) mordacious VS. TS. ŚBr. MBh.
• malignant, v, 1245 Car.iii, 8
• m. a snake Yājñ. iii, 197 MBh. xiv BhP.iv-vii
• N. of a hell infested by serpents, v, 26
• of a Rākshasa L.
dandramaṇa
dandramaṇa mfn. fr. Intens. of √dram Pāṇ. 3-2, 150
dandhvana
dandhvana m. (√dhvan, √dhen, Intens.) 'whistler', a kind of cane MBh. xii, 86, 14
danv
danv cl. 1. P., to go Dhātup. xv, 88
dabh
dabh or dambh, cl. 1. (Subj. dábhat and ○bhāti RV.
• pl. ○bhanti, vii, ○bhan, if., x and AV.
• Pot. ○bheyam TS. i, 6, 2, 4) and 5. dabhnóti ('to go' Naigh. ii, 14
• Impv. ○nuhi AV. x, 3, 3
• cf. ā-, -Pass. dabhyate RV. i, 41, 1
• pf. dadābha, v, 32, 7
○dámbha [Pāṇ. 1-2, 6 Siddh.] AV. v, 29
• pl. debhur [Pāṇ. 6-4, 120 Vārtt. 4 Pat.] RV. i, 147, 3= iv, 4, 13 ; x, 89, 5
• also dadambhur and 2ṣg. debhitha or dadambhitha Pāṇ. 1-2, 6 Siddh.
• aor. pl. dadabhanta RV. i, 148, 2
adambhiṣur Bhaṭṭ. xv, 3) to hurt, injure, destroy RV. AV. TS. ŚBr. ṢaḍvBr. Bhaṭṭ.
• to deceive, abandon RV. i, 84. 20 VS. iv f. viii: Caus. (Subj. and p. damebháyat
• 2. sg. ○yas, ○ya) to destroy RV. AV.
dambhayati or dābh○, to impel Dhātup. xxxii, 132
dambkayate, to accumulate, xxx, 4: Desid. dípsati (Subj. [AV. iv, 36, 1 f. ] and p. dípsat) to intend to injure or destroy RV. AV. VS. xi, 80
dhips○, dhīps○, didambhiṣati Pāṇ. 7-2, 49 and 4, 56 (i, 2, 10 Pat.)
≫ dabdha
dabdha (á-.)
⋙ dabdhi
dábdhi f. injury TS. Kāṭh.
≫ dabha
dábha mfn. deceiving RV. v, 19, 4
• (āya), dat, inf. to deceive, 44, 2 ; vii, 91, 2 ; ix, 78, 8 AV.iv
• cf. a-
≫ dabhīti
dabhī́ti m. an injurer, enemy RV. iv, 41, 4
• N. of a man (favoured by Indra, ii, iv, vi f. x
• by the Aśvins, i, 112, 23)
⋙ dabhna
daḍbhna dura-dabhnā́
≫ dabhya
dábhya mfn. deceivable, x, 108, 4
• deceitful, 61, 2
≫ dabhra
dabhrá mf(ā)n. little, small, deficient, i, iv, vii f. x ŚāṅkhGṛ. iii, 13, 5 KenUp.
• cf. dahra
• m. the ocean Uṇ. Sch.
• n. distress RV. vii, 104, 10
• (ám), ind. scarcely, i, 113, 5
• cf. á-
⋙ dabhracetas
○cetas (○rá-), mfn. little-minded, viii, x
⋙ dabhrabuddhi
○buddhi mfn. BhP. vi, 7
dam 1
dam cl.4. dāmyati (Pāṇ. 7-3, 74
• ind. p. dāntvā and damitvā, 2, 56
• aor. Pass. adami, 3, 34 Kāś.
• P ○mit Bhaṭṭ.xv, 37) to be tamed or tranquillised ŚBr. xiv, 8, 2, 2 (Impv. dā́myata)
• to tame, subdue, conquer MBh. vii, 2379 and BhP. iii, 3, 4 (ind. p. damitvā) Bhaṭṭ.: cl. 9. irreg. (? Subj. 2. sg. dánas) id. RV. i, 174, 2: Caus. damayati (p. ○máyat
• Ā. Pāṇ. 1-3, 89) to subdue, overpower RV. vii, 6 ; x, 74, 5 AV.v, 20, 1 MBh. Rājat.
• Desid., √dān
• [cf. ?, ? ; Lat. domare &c.]
≫ dam 2
dám a house RV. x, 46, 7 (gen. pl. damām)
pátir dán (gen. sg.) = dám-patis, 99, 6 ; 105, 2 ; i, 149, 1 ; 153, 4
páti dán = dám-patī, 120, 6
śíśur dán 'a child of the house', x, 61, 20
• [cf. ? &c.]
⋙ dampati
○pati (dám-), m. (= Gk. ?-?) the lord of the house (Agni, Indra, the Aśvins), i ; ii, 39, 2 (cf. Pāṇ. 1-1, 11 1 Kāś.) ; v, viii
• (ī), du. (g. rājadantâdi, the comp. taken as a Dvandva and dam in the sense of 'wife'), 'the two masters', husband and wife, v, viii, x AV. Gobh. &c. (said of birds VarBṛS.vc Hit.)
≫ dama
dáma m. (or n.) house, home (?, Lat. domus) RV. AV. vii (also puru-dáma, q.v.) VS. viii, 24
• mfn. ifc. 'taming, subduing', ariṃ-, gaṃ- baliṃ-
• m. self-command, self-restraint, selfcontrol ŚBr. xiv, 8, 2, 4 (○má, but cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 34 Kāś.) TUp. KenUp. Mn. &c
• taming L.
• punishment, fine, viii f. Yājñ. ii, 4 BhP.
• N. of a brother of Damayantī Nal. i, 9
• of a Maha-rshi MBh. xiii, 1762
• of a son of Daksha, i Sch.
• of a grandson [or son BhP. ix, 2, 29] of Marutta VP. iv, 1, 20 MārkP. cxxxiv VāyuP.
• cf. dur-, su-
⋙ damakartṛ
○kartṛ m. a ruler W.
⋙ damaghoṣa
○ghoṣa m. N. of a Cedi prince (father of Śiśu-pāla) MBh. i-iii Hariv. VP. iv, 14, 13 BhP. vii, ix
-ja m. 'son of Daksha', Śiśu-pāla Śiś. ii, 60
-suta m. id., xvi, 1
⋙ damamaya
○maya mfn. consisting of selfcontrol, ŚānkhBr. ix, 1,
⋙ damaśarīrin
○śarīrin mfn. keeping one's body in self-control BhP. iii, 31, 19
⋙ damasvasṛ
○svasṛ f.' Dama's sister', Damayanti Naish. viii f
≫ damaka
damaka mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 34 Kāś.) ifc. taming, a tamer Mn. iii, 162 MBh. xiii, 1651
⋙ damatra
daḍmatra mahā
⋙ damatha
daḍmatha m. (cf. Uṇ. iii, 114 Sch.) 'selfcontrol', tri-
• punishment L.
⋙ mathu
mathu m. selfcontrol L. punishment W. [Page 469, Column 3]
≫ damana
damana mf(ī)n. ifc. taming, subduing, overpowering MBh. viii Bhartṛ.
• self-controlled, passiv, 26, 2
• (g. nandy-ādi) Artemisia indica Mantram. xxiii
• N. of a Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. xvii, 18
• of Yāmāyana (author of RV. x, 16) RAnukr.
• of a son of Vasu-deva by Rohiṇi Hariv. 1951
• of a Brahmarshi Nal.i, 6 VāyuP. i, 23, 115
• of a son of Bharadvāja KāśīKh. lxxiv
• of an old king MBh. i, 224
• of a Vidarbha king Nal. i, 9
• n. taming, subduing, punishing
MBh. R. Śak. BhP. BrahmavP.
• self-restraint W.
• (ī), f. Solanum Jacquini L.
• N. of a Śakti Hcat. i, 8, 405
⋙ damanabhañjikā
○bhañjikā f. breaking damana flowers', a kind of sport Vātsyāy. i, 4
≫ damanaka
damanaka m. Artemisia indica VarBṛS. lxxvii, 13 BhavP. ii
• N. of a man Bharaṭ.iii
• of a jackal Pañcat. i, 25/26. Kathās. lx, 19 ff
• (n.?) N. of a metre of 4 times 6 short syllables
• of another of 4 lines of 10 short syllables and one long each
≫ damanīya
damanīya mfn. tamable, to be restrained W.
≫ damanya
damanya Nom. (Subj. ○yat) to subdue RV. x, 99
≫ damayantī
damayantī f. 'subduing (men )', N. of Nala's wife (daughter of Bhima king of Vidarbha) Nal.
• a kind of jasmine L.
-katkā f. N. of Nalac.
-kāvya n. N. of a poem, Prauḍh
-pariṇaya m. N. of a drama,
⋙ damayantikā
damaḍyantikā f. N. of the mother of a Sch. on Veṇis
⋙ damayitṛ
damaḍyitṛ m. a tamer MBh. xiii, 7041 (Vishṇu)
• Śiva
≫ damāya
damāya Nom. (pl. ○yantu) to control one's self TUp.i, 4, 2
• (p. ○yát) to subdue RV. vi, 18, 3 ; 47, 16
≫ damita
damita mfn. tamed, subdued Pāṇ. 7-2, 27
≫ damitṛ
damitṛ́ m. = ○mayitṛ RV. ii, 23, 11 ; iii, 34, 10 ; v, 34, 6
⋙ damin
damin mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 141) tamed, self-controlled MBh. iii, 5016
• 'taming', kāma-daminī
• n. N. of a Tirtha, 5014
• m. pl. the Brāhmans of Śaka-dviipa VP. ii, 4, .39
≫ damunas
damunas (cf. Uṇ. iv) m. (for ○mUn○) fire, Agni L.
≫ damūnas
dámūnas mfn. belonging or devoted or dear to the house or family (Agni &c.) RV. (pl. the Ṛibhus v, 42, 12) AV.xix
• m. a friend of the house (Agni, Savitṛi, Indra, Dirgha-nītha) RV. AV.vii ŚāṅkhŚr.
≫ damya 1
damya mfn. tamable Mn. viii, 146 BhP. xi
• m. a young bullock that has to be tamed MBh. xii f. Hariv. R. Ragh. Vikr.
⋙ damyasārathi
○sārathi m. 'guide of those who have to be restrained', N. of a Buddha L.
≫ damya 2
dámya mfn. being in a house, homely RV.
damadamāya
damadamāya (onomat.) P. Ā. ○yati, ○yate Pāṇ. 3-1, 13 Vārtt. 1 Pat. (not in ed.)
damāvandu
damāvandu N. of a mountain in Persia called Demavend Romakas.
dampati
dám-pati 2. dám
dambh
dambhdabh
≫ dambha
dambha m. deceit, fraud, feigning, hypocrisy Mn. iv, 163 MBh. &c
• Deceit (son of A-dharma and Mṛishā BhP.iv, 8, 2) Prab.ī
• Indra's thunder bolt L.
• Śiva
• N. of a prince (darbha AgP.
rambha VP.) PadmaP.
⋙ dambhacaryā
○caryā f. deceit, hypocrisy L.
⋙ dambhamuni
○muni m. a hypocritical Muni Kathās. lxxii, 263
⋙ dambhayajña
○yajña m. a hypocritical sacrifice BhP. v, 26, 25
⋙ dambhodbhava
dambhôdbhava m. N. of a prince (who fought with hermits but was worsted) MBh. Kām. i
≫ dambhaka
dambhaka mfn. ifc. deceiving Mn. iv, 195
≫ dambhana
dambhana mfn. ifc. 'damaging', amítra and sapatna-dámbh○
• n. deceiving, 198 MBh. xii, 2111
≫ dambhin
dambhin mfn. acting deceitfully, (m.) a deceiver, hypocrite Yājñ. i, 130 BhP. xii, 6, 30
• cf. a-
≫ dambholi
dambholi m. Indra's thunderbolt Bālar. iv, 51 ; ix, 56/51 Kathās. xciv, 11 Prasannar. iv, 10 ; v, 53 Sāh.
• Agastya (Ṛishi of the Ist Manv-antara) VP. i, 10, 9
• (dattogni) iii, 1, 11
• (○ttoni) BrahmaP. and (v. l. dānt○) Hariv. 417
• (○ttâtri)cf. VāyuP
• (○ttâtreya) PadmaP.
⋙ dambholipāṇi
○pāṇi m. d○-handed', Indra Naish. xvii, 42 Bālar. x, 39
⋙ dambholipāta
○pāta m. the falling of Indra's thunderbolt, vii, 50
○tāya Nom. ○yate, to fall down like Indra's thunderbolt Rājat. viii, 1615
day
day cl. 1. Ā. dáyate (p. dáyamāna RV. &c
• aor. adayiṣṭa. Bhaṭṭ.
• pf. ○yāṃ cakre Pāṇ. 3-1, 37) to divide, impart, allot (with gen., ii, 3, 52
• acc. RV.)
• to partake, possess RV. Nir.
• to divide asunder, destroy, consume RV. vi, 6, 5 ; x, 80, 2
• to take part in: sympathize with, have pity on (acc., vii, 23, 5 AV. ŚBr.xiv Bhaṭṭ.
• gen. Daś. Bhaṭṭ. Kathās. cxxi, 104)
• to repent RV. vii, 100, i
• to go Dhātup.: Caus. (Pot. dayayet) to have pity on (gen BhP.ī, 7, 42: Intens. dandayyate, dād○ Vop. xx, 8 f
• cf. ava-, nir-ava-, vi-
≫ dayā
dayā́ f. sympathy, compassion, pity for (loc. MBh. Pañcat. Bhartṛ. &c. [Page 470, Column 1] ; gen. R. Hariv. 8486 ; in comp. MBh. xiv Hit. i, 6, 41 ) ŚBr. xiv &c. (○yāṃkṛ, 'to fake pity on' [loc. MBh. Hit. i, 2, 7 ; gen. Vop.])
• Pity (daughter of Daksha and mother of A-bhaya BhP. iv, 1, 49 f.) Hariv. 14035 ; cf. a-dayá ; nir-, and sadaya
⋙ dayākara
○kara mfn. showing pity (Śiva)
⋙ dayākūrca
○kūrca m. 'store of pity', a Buddha L.
⋙ dayākṛt
○kṛt mfn. pitiful
⋙ dayānidhi
○nidhi m. 'treasure of mercy', a very compassionate person
⋙ dayānvita
○"ṣnvita (○yân○), mfn. full of pity
⋙ dayāyukta
○yukta mfn. id
⋙ dayārāma
○rāma m. N. of several men Śaṃkaracetov. i, 130 &c
⋙ dayāvat
○vat mfn. pitiful, taking pity on (gen. MBh. xiii ; loc., ii R. ī)
• (ti), f. N. of a Sruti (in music)
⋙ dayāvīra
○vīra m. a hero in compassion, very merciful man Siṃhâs.
⋙ dayāśamakara
○śamakara m. N. of a man
⋙ dayāśīla
○śīla mfn. compassionate
⋙ dayormi
dayôrmi mfn. having compassion for (its) waves Hit.
≫ dayālu
dayālu mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 158) = ○yā-vat MBh. &c. (with loc. Ragh. ii, 57)
-tā f. pity Kād. Kathās. civ
-tva n. id. Kām. (with loc.)
⋙ dayāluka
dayāḍluka mfn. = ○lu
≫ dayita
dayita mfn. cherished, beloved, dear MBh. R.
• protected Bhaṭṭ. x, 9
• m. a husband, lover Śak. iii, 19/20 (vḷ.)
• (ā), f. a wife, beloved woman Ragh. ii, 30 Megh. 4 Siś. ix 70 Kathās. Dhūrtas. ii, 13
≫ dayitā
dayitā f. of ○ta
⋙ dayitādhīna
○"ṣdhīna (○tâh○), mfn. subject to a wife. =
⋙ dayitāmaya
○maya mfn. wholly devoted to a beloved woman Kathās. ci, 276
≫ dayitāyamāna
dayitāyamāna mfn. lovely Haravij. ii, 8
≫ dayitnu
dayitnu mfn. ? Lāṭy. vii, 10, 13
dara
dara (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 58), mfn. (√dṝ) ifc., cleaving, breaking, puraṃ-dará, bhagaṃ-
• m. (g. ardharcâdi, uñchâdu) = ○rī R. ii, 96, 4 ; a conch-shell BhP. i, vf., x Kramadīp.
• m. the navel Gal.
• 'stream', asṛg-
• fear MBh. v, 4622
• n. poison (v. l. dhara) L.
• (ī), f. a hole in the ground, cave MBh. R. Hariv. Kum. &c
• (am), ind. a little Bhartṛ. iii, 24
⋙ darakaṇṭikā
○kaṇṭikā f. 'little-thorn', Asparagus racemosa L.
⋙ darakara
○kara m. 'hole-maker', a staff Gal.
⋙ daratimira
○timira n. the darkness of fear Gīt. x, 2
⋙ daramanthara
○manthara mfn. a little slow, xi, 3
⋙ daramukulita
○mukulita mfn. a little budded, ii, 17 Sāh. iii, 140/141
⋙ daravidalita
○vidalita mfn. slightly opened Gīt. i, 35
⋙ daravrīḍā
○vrīḍā f. slight shame Sāh. iii, 60
⋙ daraślatha
○ślatha mfn. a little loose Gīt. xii, 13. =
⋙ darahāra
○hāra m. N. of a plant (v. l.) L.
⋙ darendra
darêndra m. Vishṇu's conch W.
≫ daraṇa
daraṇa n. cleaving, rending, breaking ŚāṅkhŚr,. xiii Kauś. ṢaḍvBr. v, 3 VarBṛS.
• falling away (of flesh) Suśr. v, 1, 50
⋙ daraṇi
daraḍṇi mf. surf Uṇ. ii, 103 Sch.
⋙ daraṇīya
daraḍṇīya mfn. a- 'unbreakable' Nir. ix, 9
≫ daratpura
darat-pura n. the city of the Darads Rājat. vii, 916 ; viii, 1155
• (i-), f. id., vii, 913
≫ daratha
daratha m. a cave Uṇ. iii Sch.
• taking flight ib.
≫ darad
darad m. (g. sindhv-ādi) ○da
• f. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 120 Pat.) = ○rat-pura L. Sch.
• the heart Uṇ. Sch.
• a bank ib.
• a mountain L.
• a precipice L.
• fear L.
⋙ darada
daraḍda m. pl. N. of a people (living above Peshāwar ; also called ○d Rājat.) Mn. x, 44 MBh. Hariv. 6441 R. iv VarBṛS. VāyuP. i, 45, 118
• sg. a Darada prince (also ○d Rājat. vii, 914) MBh. i, 2694 Hariv.
• fear L.
• n. red lead Bhpr.v, 26, 93 ; vii, 1, 227
-lipi f. writing peculiar to the Daradas Lalit. x, 32
≫ darasāna
darasāna m.= dyotva Uṇ. ii, 86 Sch.
≫ darāyya
darāyya mfn. fut. Pass. p. √dṝ Vop. xxvi, 164
≫ dari
dari mfn. 'splitting, opening', go-
• m. N. of a Nāga MBh. i, 2157
• f. metrically for ○rī, vii, 8409
⋙ darita
daḍrita mfn. timid L.
⋙ darin
daḍrin mfn. Pāṇ. 3-2, 157
≫ darī
darī f. of ○ra
⋙ darībhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'having caves', a mountain Kir., viii, 2
⋙ darīmat
○mat mfn. abounding with caves R. (B) iv, 40, 35. =
⋙ darīmukha
○mukha n. a mouth like a cave MBh. vii, 6437
• the opening of a cave ib.
• a cave representing a mouth Kum. i, 8 Ragh. xiii, 47
• m. 'cave-mouthed, 'N. of a monkey R. iv
• of a Pratyeka-buddha, Jāt. 378
⋙ darīvat
○vat mfn. = -mat R.
≫ darīman
dárīman destruction RV. i, 129, 8
≫ dartṛ
dártṛ mfn. breaking RV. vi, 66, 8
○tṛ́ m. a breaker, i, 1 30, 10 ; viii, 98, 6
⋙ dartnu
dartnú m. id. vi, 20, 3
≫ dardara
dardara mfn. broken, burst L.
• m. 'having caves', a mountain L.
• a ravine (?) R. (B) iv, 43, 27
• a kind of drum L.
• (ī), f. N. of a river L.
⋙ dardarāmra
dardaḍrâmra m. a sort of sauce L.
• N. of a tree L.
⋙ dardarika
dardaḍrika m. a frog Uṇ. vṛ
• a cloud ib.
• N. of a musical instrument (also ○rvar○) ib.
• n. any musical instrument ib.
≫ dardura
dardura m. a frog (cf. kūpa-) Mn. xii, 64 MBh. R. &c
• a flute (cf. jala-) Mṛicch. iii, 18/19 BhP. i, 10, 15
• the sound of a drum L.
• a cloud L.
• a kind of rice Car. i, 27
• N. of a southern mountain (often named with Malaya) MBh. ii f. Hariv. R. Ragh. VarBṛS.
• of a man BhP. ii, 7, 34
• of a singing master Kathās. lxxi, 73
• = ○raka Mṛicch. ii, 11/12
• n. a kind of talc Bhpr.
• an assemblage of villages L.
• (ā, ī), f. Durgā L.
⋙ darduracchadā
○cchadā f. the plant brāhmī Npr. [Page 470, Column 2]
⋙ darduraparṇī
○parṇī f. id. ib.
⋙ dardurapuṭa
○puṭa m. the mouth of a pipe W.
⋙ dardurāmra
dardurâmra m. = ○dar○ L.
≫ darduraka
darduraka m. N. of a gamester Mṛicch. ii, 6/7 ff
≫ dardū
dardū dadru
⋙ dardru
darḍdru m. N. of a bird Car. i, 27
dadr○
⋙ dardruṇa
darḍdruṇa
⋙ dardrū
darḍdrū
⋙ dardruṇa
darḍdruṇa dadr○
daridra
dáridra mf(ā)n. (√drā, Intens. Pāṇ. 6-4, 114 Vārtt. 2) roving, strolling TS. iii, 1, 1, 2 (○rídra) VS. xvi, 47 ŚBr.i, 6, 1, 18 TāṇḍyaBr.
• poor, needy, deprived of (instr. Kathās. lxxiii
• in comp., lxiv Bhartṛ. iv, 11), (m.) a beggar Mn. ix, 230 R. &c. (ifc. f. ā Kathās. xc, 26)
• cf. mahā-. =
⋙ daridratā
○tā f. indigence, penury, state of being deprived of (in comp.) Pañcat. ii Mṛicch. Bhartṛ. Naish. &c
⋙ daridratva
○tva n. id. Rājat.
⋙ daridranindā
○nindā f. N. of ŚārṅgP. xxv
≫ daridrat
daridrat mfn. (pr.p.) poor Daś. vii, i 55
⋙ daridrāṇa
dariḍdrāṇa n. = ○dra-tā Pāṇ. 6-4, 144 Vārtt. 2 Kār.
⋙ daridrāyaka
dariḍdrāyaka mfn. poor ib.
⋙ daridrita
dariḍdrita mfn. id., 52 Siddh.
⋙ daridritṛ
dariḍdritṛ mfn. (fut. p., vii, 2, 10 Vārtt. 7 Pat.) id. W.
⋙ daridrin
dariḍdrin mfn. id., Sinhâs. xxi, 1/2
⋙ daridrī
dariḍdrī ind
-kṛtya ind. causing any one to rove ŚBr. xi, 3, 3, 4
-bhūta mfn. impoverished Kathās. cxiv, 94
darodara
darodara dur○
dartri
dártri ○tnú, dardara, &c. col. 1
darpa
darpa m. (√2. dṛp) pride, arrogance, haughtiness, insolence, conceit Mn. viii MBh. &c. (pl. Sāntiś. iv, 22)
• Pride (son of A-dharma and Śrī MBh. xii, 3388 MārkP. l, 25
• of Dharma VP. i, 7, 26 BhP. iv, 1, 51
• musk Hcat. i, 7, 1311
• cf. ati-, sa-,
⋙ darpacchid
○cchid mfn. ifc. destroying the pride of Hemac.
⋙ darpada
○da m. Śiva
⋙ darpadhmāta
○dhmāta mfn. puffed up with pride W.
⋙ darpanārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa m. N. of a king Kathârṇ. vi
⋙ darpapattraka
○pattraka N. of a grass Npr.
⋙ darpapurṇa
○purṇa mfn. full of pride R. i, 55, 19
⋙ darpasāra
○sāra m. N. of a man Daś.
⋙ darpaha
○ha mfn. pride-destroying W.
⋙ darpahan
○han m. Śiva
⋙ darpahara
○hara mfn. = -ha Subh.
⋙ darpārambha
darpârambha m. beginning of pride L.
⋙ darpopaśānti
darpôpaśānti f. allaying pride, Hit, ii, 12, 17
≫ darpaka
darpaka mfn. ifc. making proud W.
• m. pride, Vāsav. 511
• the god of love L.
≫ darpaṇa
darpaṇa m. (g. nandy-ādi) 'causing vanity', a mirror Hariv. 8317 R. ii Śak. &c
• ifc. 'Mirror' (in names of works), e.g. ātaṅka-, dāna-, sāhitya-
• = dāna- Smṛitit. iv
• N. of a measure (in music)
• of a mountain (seat of Kubera), KāIP
• of Siva MBh. xiii, 1194
• n. the eye L.
• repetition VarBṛS. iii, 11 Sch.
• kindling W.
• Nom. P. ○ṇati, to represent a mirror
⋙ darpaṇakāra
○kāra m. the author of Sāh. Kāvyac.
⋙ darpaṇamaya
○maya mfn. consisting of mirrors Hcar. iv
≫ darpaṇikā
darpaṇikā f. a mirror Naish. v, 106
≫ darpita
darpita mfn. made proud Mn. viii MBh. Hariv. R.
• proud (horses, frogs) MBh. iii Suśr. Bhartṛ.
⋙ darpitapura
○pura n. N. of a town Rājat. iv, 183 ; viii, 1942
≫ darpin
darpin mfn. ifc. proud of. Hariv. 15606
darbha
darbhá m. (√2. dṛbh) a tuft or bunch of grass (esp. of Kuśa grass
• used for sacrificial purposes) RV. i, 191, 3 AV. &c
• N. of a grass (different from Kuśa and Kāśa Suśr. i, 38
• Saccharum cylindricum W.) Lalit. xvii, 89 Suśr.
• (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 102
• g. kurv-ādi vḷ.) N. of a man Pravar. ii, 3, 1 (cf. ĀśvGṛ. Kāty. &c.)
• 'of a prince', dambha
⋙ darbhakuṇḍikā
○kuṇḍikā f. a jar with d○ Hariv. 14836
⋙ darbhakusuma
○kusuma N. of an insect Bhpr. vii, 19, 9 ŚārṅgS. vii, 15
⋙ darbhagurumuṣṭi
○guru-muṣṭí g○
⋙ darbhacīra
○cīra n. a dress of d○ MBh. iii, 1538
⋙ darbhataruṇaka
○taruṇaká n. a young shoot of d○ ŚBr. iii AitBr. vii, 33, 1 ĀśvGṛ. iv, 6
⋙ darbhapattra
○pattra m. Saccharum spontaneum L.
⋙ darbhapavitra
○pavitrá n. d○ used for cleaning ŚBr. iii
-pāṇi mfn. having ○tra in the hand Pāṇ. 1-1, 1 Vārtt. 7 Pat.
⋙ darbhapiñjūla
○piñjūlá n. a bunch of grass MaitrS. iv, 8, 7 (cf. Kapishṭh. vii, 8) Kāṭh. xxiii, 1 AitBr. i, 3, 8 ŚāṅkhBr. xviii, 8 MānŚr. SāṅkhGṛ. vi (-vat mfn. ) PārGṛ. i, 15, 4
• (i), f. id. Kauś. Gobh. ii, 7, 5 Gṛihyās. i, 94
⋙ darbhapuñjīla
○puñjīlá n. id., TS vi TBr. i f
⋙ darbhapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. = -kusunma Car. i, 19 Suśr. vi, 54
• N. of a snake, v, 4
⋙ darbhapūtika
○pūtika for ○tīka Vām. (cf. Gaṇar. 132 Sch.) and Gaṇaratnâv
⋙ darbhapūtika
○pūtika n. sg. d○ and p○ g. gavâśvâdi
⋙ darbhapūla
○pūla m. a bunch of (Kuśa) grass KātyŚr. v, 5, 8, Sch,
⋙ darbhabaṭu
○baṭu m. a puppet made of d○ Gobh. i, 6, 21
⋙ darbhamaya
○máya mf(ī)n. (g. śarâdi) made of d○ ŚBr. xiii Pañcat. Kāś. BhP.
⋙ darbhamuṣṭi
○muṣṭí m. f. = -guru-m○ ŚBr. ix TBr.iii KātyŚr. AśvGṛ. Gobh. iv, 2, 20
⋙ darbhamūlī
○mūlī f. N. of a plant Pāṇ. 4-1, 64, Kāś.
⋙ darbharajju
○rajju f. a rop made of d○ MānGṛ. i, 11
⋙ darbhalavaṇa
○lavaṇa n. an instrument for cutting grass Kauś. 8
⋙ darbhaśara
○śara n. sg. d○ and ś○ grass, g. gavâśvâdi
⋙ darbhasaṃstara
○saṃstara m. a bed made of d○ R. ii, v Kathās. xxii, liv
⋙ darbhasūci
○sūci f. the point of d○ grass, ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 22, 8. [Page 470, Column 3]
⋙ darbhastamba
○stambá m. = -pūla TS. v TBr. ii, 7, 17 AitBr. v, 23, 9 ŚBr. vii, 2, 3, 1 ĀśvŚr. iii, 14, 16 MānSr.
⋙ darbhānūpa
darbhânūpa g. kṣubhnâdi
⋙ darbhāhvaya
darbhâhvaya m. Saccharum Munja L.
⋙ darbheṣīkā
darbhêṣīkā f. a stalk of d○ grass MānGṛ. i, 11
≫ darbhaka
darbhaka m. N. of a prince VP.iv, 24, 3 BhP. xii, 1, 5
⋙ darbhana
darḍbhana n. a mat of grass Baudh. (cf. ĀpŚr. xi, 8, 5 Sch.)
⋙ darbhara
darḍbhara m. (g. aśmâdi) Perdix chinensis Bhpr. v, 10, 60
⋙ darbhi
darḍbhi or m. N. of a man MBh. iii, 7024 and 7027
⋙ darbhin
darḍbhin m. N. of a man MBh. iii, 7024 and 7027
darbhaṭa
darbhaṭa n. = dāvaṭa L.
darma
darmá m. (√dṝ) a demolisher RV. iii, 45, 2
⋙ darman
darḍmán m.id., i, 61, 5 ; 132, 6
• x ŚāṅkhŚr. viii
≫ darya
darya mfn. fr. ○ra g. gav-ādi
≫ daryaka
daryaka m. N. of a man Rājat. viii, 866
≫ darva
darva m. = ○vi, a ladle (cf. pūrṇa-darvá) ŚāṅkhGṛ. iv, 15, 19
• the hood of a snake Uṇ. Sch.
• a Rakshas ib.
• a mischievous man, rapacious animal Uṇ. vṛ
○vi
• pl. N. of a people (cf. dārva) MBh. ii, 1869 ; vi, 362 ; xiii, 2158
• (ā), f. N. of a daughter of Uśīnara Hariv. 1675ff. VāyuP. ii, 37, 19
≫ darvarīka
darvarīka m. wind Uṇ. vṛ
• Indra ib.
• ○rdar○
≫ darvi
dárvi f. 'wooden (cf. drú)', a ladle RV. v, x AV. (voc. ○ve, iii, 10, 7
cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 109 Vārtt. 2 Pat.)
• the hood of a snake (cf. vi-darvya) AV. x, 4, 13
• m. N. of a son of Uśīnara VP. iv, 18, 1 (vḷ. ○va)
⋙ darvibhṛt
○bhṛt m. ○vii-kara Śiś. xx, 42
⋙ darvihoma
○homá m. an oblation made with a ladle TS. iii ŚBr. v KātyŚr. Kauś.
⋙ darvihomin
○"ṣhomin mfn. offering ○má Nir. i, 14
≫ darvika
darvika m. a ladle L.
• (ā), f. id. L.
darv○
≫ darvidā
dárvidā f. a sort of woodpecker MaitrS. iii VS.
≫ darvī
dárvī f. = ○vi, a ladle VS. ii, 49 (voc. ○vi
Pliṇ. vii, 3, 109, Yārtt. 2) Kauś. ĀśvGṛ. PārGṛ. Gobh. MBh. &c
• the hood of a snake L.
• N. of a country, vi, 362
⋙ darvīkara
○kara m. a hooded snake (class of snakes with 26 species) Suśr. i, 46 ; v, 4 Daś. vii, 165 Ashṭâṅg. vi, 36
⋙ darvīpralepa
○pralepa m. N. of an unguent Car. i, 3
⋙ darvīsaṃkramaṇa
○saṃkramaṇa n. N. of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 8023
⋙ darvīhoma
○homa m. = ○vi-, ii, 537 ŚBr. xiv, 6, 8, 9 Sāy.
• cf. dārviihaumika
⋙ darvyudāyuvana
dárḍvyudāyuvana n. remnants clinging to the spoon ĀpŚr.
≫ darvya
dárvya m. = ○vi-homa ŚBr.
darvaṭa
darvaṭa m. = garvāṭa L.
darśa
darśá mfn. (√dris) ifc. 'looking at, viewing', avasāna-, ādinava-, and vadhū-darśá, tattva-
• 'showing', ātma-
• m. 'appearance', cádir-darśá, dur-, prity-
• (g. pacâdi) the moon when just become visible, day of new moon, halfmonthly sacrifice performed on that day AV.
• (parox.) TS. TBr. & ŚBr. ix Kauś. ĀśvGṛ. &c. (n. MBh. iii, 14206)
• (Day of) New Moon (son of Dhātṛi BhP. vi, 18, 3
• of Kṛishṇa, x, 61, 14
• N. of a Sādhya VāyuP. ii, 5, 6)
• du. = pūrṇamāsá TS. Sch.
⋙ darśapa
○pa m. pl. 'drinking the new moon oblation', a class of gods MBh. xiii, 1372
⋙ darśapūrṇamāsa
○pūrṇamāsá m. du. (the days of) new and full moon, ceremonies on these days (preceding all other ceremonies) TS. i f. TBr. ii ŚBr. i f. AitBr. &c
-devatā
• f. the deity presiding on those days ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 3
-prayoga m. -prāyaścitti f. N. of wks
-yājín mfn. = ○sín TS. ii ŚBr. x
○sâyana n. = ○sêhṭi ŚāṅkhŚr. iii, 114 Vait.
○sêṣṭi f. a new and full moon sacrifice
⋙ darśapūrṇamāsin
○"ṣpūrṇamāsín mfn. offering ○sâṣṭi MaitrS. i, 5, 13
⋙ darśapaurṇamāsa
○paurṇamāsa in comp
-prāyaścitta-vidhi, -vidhi m. -hautra n. N. of wks
○sêhṭi f. = darśa-pūrṇ○
⋙ darśayāga
○yāga m. a new moon sacrifice
⋙ darśayāminī
○yāminī f. the new moon night L.
⋙ darśavipad
○vipad m. 'having the misfortune to be hardly visible when new', the moon L.
⋙ darśaśrāddha
○śrāddha n. a Śrāddha performed on new moon VP. iii Sch.
≫ darśaka
darśaka mfn. seeing (with gen.) Pāṇ. 2-3, 70 Kāś.
• looking at (acc.) MBh. xiii, 5097
• ifc. looking for, i, 5559
• 'examining', akṣa-
• showing, pointing out (with gen. Kum. vi, 52 Hit. Introd. 10
• ifc. Mṛicch. iv, 20 BhP. i, 13, 38 Rājat. i
• with lohitasya, making blood appear by striking any one) Mn. viii, 284
• m. a door-keeper L.
• a skilful man W.
• N. of a prince VāyuP. ii, 37, 312
• pl. N. of a people MBh. vi, 361
≫ darśata
darśatá mf(ā́)n. visible, striking the eye, conspicuous, beautiful RV. AV. iv, vii, xviii ŚBr. xiv, 8
• m. the sun Uṇ. Sch.
• the moon ib.
• cf. viśvá-
⋙ darśataśrī
○śrī́ mfn. of conspicuous beauty RV. x, 91, 2
≫ darśana
dárśana mf(ī)n. showing. Pāṇ. 5-2, 6
• ifc. seeing, looking at ( tulya-, deva-, sama-.) Ragh. xi, 93
• 'knowing, dharma-
• exhibiting, teaching MBh. i, 583 BhP. v, 4, 11
• n. seeing, observing, looking, noticing, observation, perception RV. i, 116, 23 ŚBr. xiv ŚāṅkhGṛ. v, 5 MBh. &c. [Page 471, Column 1]
• ocular perception Suśr. iv, 27
• the eye-sight, vi, 17
• inspection, examination Yājñ. 1, 328 Hariv. 5460
• visiting Yājñ. i, 84 Kathās. iii, 8
• audience, meeting (with gen. Cāṇ.
• instr. with or without saha Vet.
• in comp. Ragh. xii, 60 Śak. v, 5/6 ; vii, 25/26 Rājat. vi, 43
• experiencing BhP. i, 8, 25
• foreseeing Ragh. viii, 71
• contemplating Mn. viii, 9 and 23
• apprehension, judgment Śak. iii, 6/7 discernment, understanding, intellect Mn. vi, 74 Yājñ. i, 8 Bhag. &c
• opinion Mālav. v, 13/14 Kām. ii, 6
• intention (cf. pāpa-) R. i, 58, 18
• view, doctrine, philosophical system (6 in number, viz. Pūrva- Mīmāṃsā by Jaim. Uttara-Mīmāṃsā. by Bādar.
• Nyāya by Gotama Vaiśeshika. by Kaṇâda Sāṃkhya by Kap.
• Yoga by Pat.) MBh. xii, 11045 f. BhP. &c
• the eye Suśr. v, 8 Śak. iv, 6 Prab. iii, 10
• the becoming visible or known, presence ĀśvGṛ. iii, 7 Mn. ii, 101
• iv Yājñ. i, 131 ; ii, 170 MBh. &c
• appearance (before the judge) Mn. viii, 158 Yājñ. ii, 53 Kām.
• the being mentioned (in any authoritative text) Kāty. Śr. i, xxvi Lāṭy. vi, ix Bādar. i, s, 25 MBh. xiv, 2700
• a vision, dream Hariv. 1285 Hit. iii, 0/1
• ifc. appearance, aspect, semblance Mn. ii, 47 MBh. (cf. Nal. ii, 3 ; xii, 18 and 44) R. Ragh. iii, 57
• colour L.
• showing (cf. danta-) Bhartṛ. ii, 26 Dhūrtas. i, 35/11 a mirror L.
• a sacrifice L.
• = dharma L.
• (ī), f. Durgā Hariv. 10238
• N. of an insect Npr.
• cf. a-, su-
⋙ darśanagriha
○griha n. an audience-chamber Mn. vii, 145 Kull.
⋙ darśanagocara
○gocara m. the range of sight Ratnâv. iii, 3/4
⋙ darśanapatha
○patha m. id. Pañcat. i, 5, and ; 3/4 Prab. ii, 4/5 iv, 26/27 cf. a-
⋙ darśanapāla
○pāla m. N. of a man Rājat. vii
⋙ darśanapratibhū
○pratibhū m. bail for appearance Yājñ. ii, 54
⋙ darśanaprātibhāvya
○prātibhāvya n. surety for appearance Mn. viii, 160
⋙ darśanabhūmi
○bhūmi f. 'range of perception', N. of a period in a monk's life Buddh. L.
⋙ darśanalālasa
○lālasa mfn. ifc. desirous of beholding MBh.
⋙ darśanaviveka
○viveka m. N. of wk
⋙ darśanaviṣaya
○viṣaya mfn. being in any one's range of sight Pāṇ. 3-2, 111 Vārtt. 2
⋙ darśanāgni
darśanâgni m. the fire in the body that causes ocular sensation GarbhUp.
⋙ darśanāntaragata
darśanântara-gata mfn. come within the range of sight Mṛicch. iii, 12
⋙ darśanārtha
darśanârtha mfn. intending to see any one Āp.
• (am), ind. to visit Kād.
⋙ darśśanāvaraṇa
darśśanâvaraṇa n. obscuration of one's (philosophical) views, Jain (cf. Sarvad. iii, 195 ff.)
○ṇīya mfn. originating from ○ṇa ib. Bādar. ii, 2, 33, Govind
⋙ darśanepsu
darśanêpsu mfn. = ○na-lālasa
⋙ darśanojjvalā
darśanôjjvalā f. of brilliant aspect', great white jasmine
≫ darśanīya
darś7anī́ya mfn. visible R. i, v
• worthy of being seen, good-looking, beautiful TS. ii, 7, 9 ŚBr. xiii
ṢávBr. ChUp. SāṅkhGṛ. MBh. &c. (superl. -tama, ii R. iii BhP. iv)
• to be shown Kathās. lxxi, 20
• to be made to appear (before the judge) Mn. viii, 158 Kull.
• m. Asclepias gigantea Npr.
• cf. a-
⋙ darśanīyamānin
○mānin mfn. thinking any one (gen.) to be good-looking Pāṇ. 6-3, 36 Kāś.
• thought to be g○ by (gen.), iii, 2, 82 f. Kāś.
• = ○yaṃ-manya ib.
⋙ darśanīyaṃmanya
○"ṣṃ-manya mfn. thinking one's self to be g○ ib.
≫ darśanīyā
darśanīyā f. of ○ya
⋙ darśanīyākānta
○kānta m. having a good looking wife or mistress Gaṇar. 139 Sch.
⋙ darśanīyāsama
○sama mfn. indifferent towards a good-looking woman ib.
≫ darśaṃdarśaṃ
darśaṃ-darśaṃ ind. at every sight Kathās.
≫ darśayitavya
darśayitavya mfn. to be shown Bādar. iii, 2, 21 Śaṃk.
⋙ darśayitukāma
darśayiḍtu-kāma mfn. wishing to show
≫ darśayitṛ
darśayitṛ mfn. showing, a shower, guide MBh. vi, 129 Ragh. iii, 46
• a door-keeper L. Sch.
≫ darśāpita
darśāpita mfn. made to see, shown Siṃhâs. i, 5/6
≫ darśita
darśita mfn. shown, displayed, exposed to view R. i Megh. &c
• explained Hariv. 7289 &c
⋙ darśitadvār
○dvār m. a door-keeper Gal.
⋙ darśitavat
○vat mfn. having shown
≫ darśin
darśin mfn. ifc. seeing, looking at, observing, examining, finding MBh. viii, 1757 R. &c
• knowing, understanding, (G) ii, 64, 3 Śak. i, 16/17 Ragh. xiv, 71 Kum. ii, 13 Hit. i
• receiving Mṛicch. ii, 7
• experiencing R. iii, 65, 11
• composer (of a hymn, sūta-)
• looking, appearing, iv, 40, 48
• showing, exhibiting, teaching MBh. Śak. iv, 21/22 Kathās. lvi, 203
• inflicting (cf. pāpa-) R. ii, 75, 2 Hariv.
≫ darśivas
darśivas (only ifc. nom. m. ○vān at the end of Ślokas), one who has seen (irreg. pf. p.) MBh. viii, 1756-1771 (arjuna-)
• knowing, tattva-, i, 5637, tattvârtha-, iv, 902, dharma-, i, 6157
sarva- Sūryas.xii
dīrgha- MBh. v, 4380
• cf. pratyakska-
≫ darśya
dárśya mfn. worthy of being seen RV. v, 52, 11
dal
dal (= √dṝ), cl. l. ○lati [pf. dadāla] Bhaṭṭ. xiv
• aor. pl. adāliṣur, xv) to, crack, fly open, split, open (as a bud) Suśr. ii, 16 Siś. ix, 15 Bhām. i, 4 Amar. Gīt. Dhūrtas.: Caus. dālayati, to cause to burst Suśr. Bhaṭṭ.: dal○ id., Anargh. Gīt. i, 8 Sch. [Page 471, Column 2]
• to expel Mālatīm. viii, 1 Kathās. lviii, 8
• cī, 58
• cf. ava-, ud-, vi-
≫ dala
dala n. (m. L.) a piece torn or split off. fragment (cf. aṇḍa, carma-, dvi-, veṇu-) Suśr. v, 3, 22 ; vi, 5, 4 Śiś. iv, 44 (ifc. f. ā) Naish-. vii, 31
• 'part', a degree VarBṛ. xvii, 4
• a half (cf. adhara-, ahar-, dyu-) VarBṛS. Suśr. i, 7 Sūryas.
• a hemistich
• 'unfolding itself.' a small shoot, blade, petal, leaf (often ifc. in names of plants)' MBh. R. &c
• cinnamon leaf. L.
• unclean gold Bhpr. v, 26, 2
• a clump, heap L.
• a detachment W.
• = utsedha, ○dhavad-vastu, avadravya (apad○ W.) L.
• dividing, splitting W.
• m. N. of a prince MBh. iii, 13178 VP. iv, 4, 47,
⋙ dalakapāṭa
○kapāṭa m. a folded petal or leaf
⋙ dalakomala
○komala the lotus Npr.
⋙ dalakosa
○kosa m. a kind of jasmine Kād. iii, 389
⋙ dalaja
○ja mfn. produced from petals (honey) L. Sch.
⋙ dalataru
○taru m. Corypha Taliera L.
⋙ dalanirmoka
○nirmoka m. 'leaf-shedding', Betula Bhojpattra L.
⋙ dalapati
○pati m. N. of a prince Inscr.
• = ○lâdhī7śvara
⋙ dalapuṣpā
○puṣpā
⋙ dalapuṣpī
○puṣḍpī f. Pandanus odoratissimus L. =
⋙ dalamālinī
○mālinī f. leaf-cabbage Npr.
⋙ dalamodaka
○modaka m. petal-honey Gal.
⋙ dalayoga
○yoga m. N. of a constellation Laghuj. x, i Sch.
⋙ dalavīṭaka
○vīṭaka n. N. of an ear-ornament Kuṭṭanīm. 65
⋙ dalaśas
○śas ind. (√ to go) to pieces Kathās. xix, 109
• lxviii, 167
⋙ dalaśālinī
○śālinī f. N. of a pot-herb Npr.
⋙ dalasāyasī
○sāyasī f. white basil ib.
⋙ dalasāriṇī
○sāriṇī f. Colocasia antiquorum L.
⋙ dalasūci
○sūci m. 'leaf-needle', a thorn L.
⋙ dalasnasā
○snasā f. the fibre of a leaf. L.
⋙ dalākhya
dalâkhya m. = ○la-yoga Laghuj. x, 2 VarBṛ. xii, 2 f
⋙ dalāgralohita
dalâgra-lohita a sort of spinage L.
⋙ dalāḍhaka
dalâḍhaka m. Pistia Stratiotes, Jasminum multiflorum or pubescens, wild sesamum, Mesua ferrea, Acacia Sirissa L.
• red chalk L.
• foam or sea-foam L.
• a ditch L.
• the head of a village L.
• an elephant's ear L.
• a hurricane L.
⋙ dalāḍhya
dalâḍhya m. mud L.
⋙ dalāditva
dalâdi-tva n. the state of a leaf. &c., Kāvyad. ii, 70
⋙ dalādhiśvara
dalâdhiśvara m. N. of the author of Nṛisiṃha-prasāda
⋙ dalāmala
dalâmala m. (for ○mla?) the plants damanaka, maruvaka, and madana (? damana) L.
⋙ dalāmla
dalâmla n. sorrel L.
⋙ dalegandhi
dale-gandhi m. 'fragrance in the leaf', Alstonia scholaris L.
⋙ dalodbhava
dalôdbhava mfn. = ○la-ja Suśr.
≫ daladdhṛdaya
dalad-dhṛdaya mfn. broken-hearted W.
≫ dalana
dalana mf(i)n. splitting, tearing asunder, dispelling BhP. vii, 10, 59 Bhartṛ. iii, 47 Vidvanm.
• n. breaking (of the heart) Gīt. v, 2
• destruction Naish. iv, 116 Kathās. lxxv, 62
• causing to burst, splitting
Bhartṛ. Kathās. Rājat. Gīt.
• (i), f. a clod of earth L.
• cf. nir-
mānsa-. ○li f. id. Uṇ. Sch.
⋙ lika
lika n. timber L.
⋙ lita
ḍlita mfn. (g. kṛtâdi, Gaṇap.) burst, split, broken, torn asunder MBh. viii, 4633 VarBṛS. Bhartṛ. &c
• unfolded, blown Sāh. x, 66 a/b
• halved Sūryas. iv, 12
• divided into degrees, xiii, 5 f
• driven asunder, scattered, dispersed, destroyed Kām. Bhaktâm. 1 and 18
Caurap. Prab. vf. BrahmôttKh. iv, 59
• ground Śiś. vi, 35
• displayed Prab. ii, 35
• cf. saṃ-
⋙ lin
ḍlin mfn. fr. ○la g. sukhâdi
⋙ līkṛta
lī-kṛta mfn. halved Sūryas. xii, 84
≫ dalmi
dalmi m. (cf. Uṇ. iv, 47) Indra (cf. darmá) L.
• Indra's thunderbolt, g. yavâdi
-mat mfn. having a thunderbolt ib.
⋙ dalya
dalya mfn. fr. ○la g. balâdi
dalatṛ
dalatṛ g. arīhaṇâdi
dalapa
dalapa m. (ifc., g. cūrṇâdi) a weapon Uṇ. iii, 142 Sch.
• gold ib.
dalbha
dalbha m. a wheel, 151 Sch.
• fraud Uṇ. k
• N. of a Ṛishi, g. kaṇvâdi
⋙ dalbhya
dalḍbhya dāl○
dava
dava m. (√2. du) a wood on fire BhP. viii, 6, 13
• fire L. Sch.
• burning, heat Car. i, 20
• fever W.
• a forest L.
• cf. dāva
⋙ davadagdhaka
○dagdhaka N. of a grass L.
⋙ davadahana
○dahana m. the fire in a burning forest BhP. v, 8, 22 Prasannar. vii, 23 ; (○naka, vi, 32) Nītir. Kuval.
⋙ davadāna
○dāna n. setting fire on a forest HYog. iii, 99 and 112
⋙ davāgni
davâgni m. = ○va-dahana MBh. vii Ragh. Megh. BhP. i, 10, 2 (ifc.) &c
• cf. dāv○
⋙ davānala
davânala m. id., iii, 30, 23 Kathās. lvi, 413 (ifc. f. ā)
• cf. dāv○
≫ davathu
davathu m. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 89) heat, pain Dhūrtan. i, 14
• inflammation (of the bile, eyes &c.) Car. i, 20
davaya
davaya Nom. ○yati, to make distant Bhaṭṭ. ii, 55
≫ daviṣṭha
daviṣṭha mfn. (superl. fr. dūrá Pāṇ. 6-4, 156) remotest Rājat.
• (ám), ind. very far away RV. vi, 51, 13
⋙ davīyas
dávīyas mfn. (compar. Pāṇ.) very long (way) Bhartṛ. i, 68
• very distant Rājat. iv, 369 Kathās. xvi, xxv
dūrád d○, 'farther than far', very distant, lx, 172
• cxxiii, 14
• ind. farther away AV. x, 8, 8
• farther ŚBr. iii, 6, 2, 3
dūrā́d dáv farthest away RV. vi, 47, 29 Kathās. lxv, 21 [Page 471, Column 3]
dáviiyasi páras, in a more remote time ŚBr. x, 4, 2, 26
davara
davara
⋙ davaraka
davaḍraka m. a string Jain.
daśa 1
daśa ifc. for ○śā (ajpa-, udag- &c.)
daśa 2
daśa ifc. (tri-, dvi-, nir-) and in comp. for ○śan (as), f. pl. 'Decads', N. of 10 Jain texts (upâsaka-. &c.) consisting of 10 chs. each
⋙ daśakakṣya
○kakṣya (dásu), mfn. having 10 girths RV. x, 94, 7
⋙ daśakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha m. (parox. Pāṇ. 6-2, 114), 'ten-necked', Rāvaṇa Bālar. ii, 12/13 -jit m. 'enemy of Rāvaṇa, Rāma L.
-nigraha m. N. of Anargh. vi
○ṭhâri m. = ○ṭha-jit Ragh. viii, 29
○ṭhāya, Nom, ○yate, to act like Rāvaṇa Bālar. iii, 37/38
⋙ daśakandhara
○kandha-ra m. = -kaṇṭha MBh. iii BhP. Bālar. HYog.
⋙ daśakanyātīrtha
○kanyā-tīrtha n. the Tīrtha of the 10 Virgins RevāKh. cccvi
⋙ daśakarmapaddhati
○karma-paddhati f. N. of wk. on the 10 ceremonies prescribed to the 3 twiceborn classes
⋙ daśakāmajavyasana
○kāma-ja-vyasana n. the 10 vices arising from love of pleasure ( Mn. vii, 47). =
⋙ daśakumāracarita
○kumāra-carita or n. 'adventures of the 10 princes', N. of wk. by Daṇḍin
⋙ daśakumāracaritra
○kumāra-cariḍtra n. 'adventures of the 10 princes', N. of wk. by Daṇḍin
⋙ daśakṣitigarbha
○kṣitigarbha m. N. of a Buddh. Sūtra
⋙ daśakṣīra
○kṣīra mfn. mixed with 10 parts of milk Suśr. vi, 21 and 24
• n. a compound of 10 parts of milk with : 1 part of milk with 1 part of some other substance, iv, 22, 14
• (kṣ"ṣ daśa-guṇa, 16)
⋙ daśagaṇī
○gaṇī f. the 10 classes of roots Pāṇ. 1-3, 1 Sch.
⋙ daśagārgya
○gārgya mfn. bought for (the prize of) 10 women of Garga's family, ii, 4, 62 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
⋙ daśagīti
○gīti
⋙ daśagītikā
○gīḍtikā f. N. of wk. by Āryabh.
⋙ daśagu
○gu mfn. possessing 10 cows MBh. xiii, 78, 11
⋙ daśaguṇa
○guṇa mfn. tenfold, 10 times larger or more, i, 45 f. Mn. viii
-kṣīra
• (am), ind. tenfold Yājñ. i, 141
⋙ daśaguṇita
○guṇita mfn. multiplied by 10 Bālar. ix, 53,
⋙ daśaguṇi
○guṇi mfn. having 10 sacks Pāṇ. 1-1, 52 Kāś.
⋙ daśagrāma
○grāma g. 1. kumudâdi and kāśy-ādi
• (ī), f. 10 villages Yājñ. ii, 272 MBh. xii, 87, 3
-pati m. a chief of 10 villages Mn. vii, 115
⋙ daśagrāmika
○"ṣgrāmika mfn. g. 1. kumudâdi
⋙ daśagrāmin
○grāmin m. = ○ma-pati W.
⋙ daśagrīva
○grīva m. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 114 Kāś.) = -kaṇṭha MBh. iii, 15895 R. i, 16, 18
• iii BhP.
• N. of a demon MBh. ii, 367 Hariv.
• of a son of Damaghosha, 6601
• of an enemy of Vṛisha, GarP
⋙ daśagra
○gra (dáś○), m. 'Decimus', N. of an Aṅgiras RV. iv, 51, 4 ; viii, 12, 2 ; x, 62, 6 ; (pl.) his family (named with that of Nava-gva ; worshipping Indra), i, 62, 4 ; ii, 34, 12 ; iii, 39, 5 ; v, 29, 12
⋙ daśagvin
○gvín mfn. tenfold, viii, 1, 9
⋙ daśacatuṣka
○catuṣka n. N. of a sport Siṃhâs. xxvii, 3/4
⋙ daśacandra
○candra mfn. having 10 moon like spots BhP. iv, 15, 17
⋙ daśacchadin
○cchadin mfn. tenleaved, x, 2, 27,
⋙ daśajyoti
○jyoti
⋙ daśajyotis
○jyoḍtis m. N. of a son of Su-bhrāj MBh. i, 44 f
⋙ daśaṭīkāsarvasva
○ṭīkā-sarvasva n. N. of wk., Pratāpar. Sch. =
⋙ daśatas
○tas ind. from 10 Mn. viii f
⋙ daśataulika
○taulika m. N. of a weight Suśr. iv, 13
⋙ daśatva
○tva n. the state of 10 Jaim. iii, 7, 27
⋙ daśadaśāvayava
○daśâvayava mfn. containing 10 parts each Car. i, 4
⋙ daśadaśin
○daśin mfn. consisting of repeated decades ŚāṅkhBr. TāṇḍyaBr. ŚāṅkhSr. ŚāṅkhGṛ. =
⋙ daśadāsa
○dāsa m. pl. N. of a people MBh. iii, 134, 17
⋙ daśadiś
○diś f. sg. the 10 regions (including that overhead and underneath) Vet. i, 25/26 Pañcad.
○dig-yavalokana m. N. of a Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. xvii, 8
⋙ daśadṛṣṭāntakathā
○dṛṣṭântakathā f. N. of wk
⋙ daśadyu
○dyu (dáś○), m. N. of a man favoured by Indra RV. i, 33, 14 ; vi, 26, 4
⋙ daśadhanus
○dhanus m. N. of an ancestor of Śākya-muni W.
⋙ daśadharmagata
○dharma-gata mfn. addicted to the practices of the 10 (kinds of mental non-restraint) Hariv. 744 and 1153
⋙ daśadhā
○dhā́ ind. in 10 parts, -tenfold TBr. ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. &c
⋙ daśadhīva
○dhīva mf(ā)n. bought for (the prize of) 10 (dhīvarī) clever women Pāṇ. 4-i, 36 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
⋙ daśanāmaka
○nāmaka -mānika
⋙ daśanāli
○nāli mfn. 10x24 minutes long Sāh. vi, 304
⋙ daśaṃdaśin
○ṃdaśín mfn. = -daś○ ŚBr. iv, xi
⋙ daśapa
○pa m. = -grāmin MBh. xii, 3266
⋙ daśapakṣa
○pakṣa (dáś○), mf(ā)n. having 10 side posts AV. ix, 3, 21
⋙ daśapaṭu
○paṭu mfn. = -dhīva (fr. paṭvi) Pāṇ. 4-1, 36 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
⋙ daśapada
○pada mf(ā)n. 10 feet long and broad ĀpŚr. vii, 3, 10
⋙ daśapadma
○padma (B) or (G), mfn. having 10 lotus-like parts of the body R. v
⋙ daśapadmavat
○padḍma-vat (G), mfn. having 10 lotus-like parts of the body R. v
⋙ daśapadya
○padya mf(ā)n. = ○da KātyŚr. v, 3, 33
⋙ daśaparvī
○parvī f. 10. Parvans (or chs.)', N. of wk. HPariś. i, 5
⋙ daśapala
○pala n. sg. 10 Palas Mn. viii, 397
• mf(ā)n. weighing 10 Palas Yājñ. ii, 179
⋙ daśapaśu
○paśu mfn. intended for 10 oxen ŚāṅkhŚr. xvi
⋙ daśapādī
○pādī f. 10 'chs.', N. of a grammatical work Prauḍh.
⋙ daśapāramitādhara
○pāramitā-dhara m. 'possessing the 10 perfections', a Buddha L.
⋙ daśapiṇḍaśrāddha
○piṇḍa-śrāddha n. a funeral ceremony in which one and on each successive day one more Piṇḍa is offered until the number amounts to 10 W.
⋙ daśapura
○pura n. a kind of Cyperus rotundus (also -pūra Sch.) L. [Page 472, Column 1]
• 'Decapolis', the modern Man-dasor (in Malwa) Megh. 47 VarBṛS. xiv, 13 HPariś. xiif
• (ī), f. id. Kād.
⋙ daśapuraṃdara
○puraṃdara N. of a town or district Siṃhâs. xxix
⋙ daśapuruṣam
○puruṣam ind. through a series of 10 ancestors ĀśvŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr.
○ṣáṃ-rājya n. a kingdom inherited through a series of 10 ancestors ŚBr. xii, 9, 3
○ṣónūkam ind. backwards through 10 generations Pāṇ. 4-1, 93 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
⋙ daśapūra
○pūra see. -pura
⋙ daśapuruṣa
○púruṣa mfn. being the 10th in the succession of generations MBh. xiii, 4297
⋙ daśapūrvaratha
○pūrvaratha -ratha
⋙ daśapūrvin
○pūrvin m. 'knowing 10 (of the 14) Pūrvas', N. of 7 Jain patriarchs
⋙ daśapulī
○pulī f. 10 bunches Pāṇ. 2-1, 51 Vārtt. 6 Pat.
⋙ daśapeya
○péya m. N. of a Soma libation (part of a Rāja-sūya) ŚBr. v
TāṇḍyaBr. ĀśvŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr. KātyŚr.
⋙ daśapramati
○pramati- (dás○), mfn. (Agni) taken care of by the 10 (fingers) RV. i, 141, 2
⋙ daśaphalavrata
○phala-vrata n. N. of an observance Vratapr. viii
⋙ daśabaddha
○baddha mfn. pl. bound in numbers of 10 Hariv. 3507
⋙ daśabandha
○bandha m. a 10th part Mn. viii, 107
⋙ daśabandhaka
○bandhaka ifc. = ○dha Yājñ. ii, 76
⋙ daśabala
○bala m. 'possessing 10 powers, N. of a Buddha L.
-kāśyapa m. N. of one of the first 5 pupils of Śākya-muni
-balin mfn. possessing the 10 powers Divyâv. viii, 81 ; ix, 17
⋙ daśabāhu
○bāhu m. 'ten-armed', Śiva L.
⋙ daśabṛhat
○bṛhat m. (nom. ○hat)fn. having 10 large parts of the body R. (B) v, 35, 20
⋙ daśabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa N. of Jātakam. 495
⋙ daśabhujā
○bhujā f. 'ten-armed', Durgā KālP.
⋙ daśabhuji
○bhuji (dáś○), mfn. = -guṇa RV. i, 52, 11
⋙ daśabhūmi
○bhūmi N. of a Buddh. Sūtra
-ga m. 'traversing the 10 stages', a Buddha L.
mī7śa m. id. L.
○mī7tvara m. = ○mi
⋙ daśabhūmika
○bhūmika = ○mi Buddh. L.
⋙ daśamahāvidyā
○mahā-vidyā f. 'possessing the 10 great sciences', Durgā W.
⋙ daśamānika
○mānika m. pl. N. of a people VāyuP. i, 45, 117
• (-nāmaka MatsyaP. cxiii, 42)
⋙ daśamāya
○māya (dáś○), mfn. having, 10 tricks RV. vi, 20, 8. -mārikā, f. killer of 10, N. of a woman Kathās. lxvi, 86
⋙ daśamāla
○māla n. 10 garlands L.
• (ī), f. id. L.
⋙ daśamālika
○mālika = -mānika MBh. vi, 374
⋙ daśamāsya
○māsya (dáś○), mfn. 10 months old (the child just before birth
• cf. á-) RV. v, 78, 7 f. AV. i, iii. ĀśvGṛ. BhP.
• let loose for 10 months (a horse) ŚBr. xiii, 5, 4, 22
⋙ daśamukha
○mukha in. = -kaṇṭha Megh. Gīt. Prab. Sāh.
• n. pl. 10 mouths BhP. ix
• (ī), f. id. Bālar. i, 33 ; v, 17
-ripu m. 'enemy of Rāvaṇa', Rāma Ragh. xiv, 87
-vadha m. 'slaughter of Rāvaṇa', N. of a poem (different from Setub.?) Kāvyâd. i, 34 Sch.
○khântaka m. = ○śaripu L.
⋙ daśamūtraka
○mūtraka n. the urine of 10 (elephant, buffalo, camel, cow, goat, sleep, horse, donkey, man, and woman) L.
cf. Suśr. i, 45, 11, 1 and 12
⋙ daśamūla
○mūla n. a tonic medicine prepared from 10 roots (trikaṇṭaka, both kinds of bṛhatī pṛthak-parṇī, vidāri-ganadhā, bilva, agni-mantha, tuṇṭuka, pāṭala and kāśmarī), 38 ; iv, 37
• (ī), f. id., 15 Car. vi, 22
⋙ daśayantra
○yantra (dás○), mfn. = ○śâbhīśu RV. x, 94, 8
• having 10 water-raising machines, yi, 44, 24
⋙ daśayoktra
○yoktra (dáś○), mfn. having 10 girths, x, 94, 7
⋙ daśayogubhaṅga
○yogu-bhaṅga m. a method of fixing the position of a Nakshatra Jyot.
⋙ daśayojana
○yojana (dáś○), mfn. 10 times fastened RV. x, 94, 7
• n. a distance of 10 Yojanas R. i, 1, 63
• (ī), f. id. Kathās. xciv, 14
⋙ daśaratha
○ratha (dáś○), mfn. having 10 chariots RV. i, 126, 4
• m. N. of Rāma's father (descendant of Ikshvāku, sovereign of Ayodhyā) R. i ; ii, 63 f. (death of Durgā) Jātakam. 461 Hariv. 821 f. Ragh. viii, 29 (-pūrva-ratha) BhP. ix, 10, 1 VP. iv, 4, 40 and l 8, 3
• N. of an ancestor of Rāma's father, 4, 38
• of a son of Nava-ratha, 12, 16 BhP. ix, 24, 4 Hariv. 1993
• of Roma- or Loma-pāda, 1696 VP. iv, 18, 3
• of a son of Su-yaśas, 24, 8 (dāś○ vḷ.) and Inscr. (in Prākṛit dasalatha)
• n. the body Npr.
-tattva n. N. of wk
-yajñâramha m. N. of PadmaP. iv, 14
-lalitā-vrata n. N. of an observance, Vratapr. iv
-vijaya m. N. of PadmaP. Iv, 12
⋙ daśaraśmiśata
○raśmi-śata m. = -śata-r○ Ragh. viii, 29
⋙ daśarātra
○rātrá mfn. lasting 10 days ŚBr. xiii KātySr. xxi
• m. a 10 days' ceremony TāṇḍyaBr. KātyŚr. xxiii ŚāṅkhŚr.
• N. of a 10 days' ceremony (forming the chief part of the Dvādaśâha) ŚBr. xii KātyŚr.
• 10 days, xxv
ŚāṅkhŚr. Kauś. Gobh. Mn. R. (n., iii, 2, 12) MārkP.
-parvan n. N. of a Sāman
⋙ daśarupa
○rupa in comp. the 10 forms of Vishṇu (hence ○pa-bhṛt m. 'N. of Vishṇu' L.) Daśar. i, 2
• the 10 kinds of dramas Bhar. xix, 46
• n. N. of wk. on rhetorical and dramatic composition (also called ○pâloka and pâvaloka m.)
⋙ daśarūpaka
○rū́paka n. id. Mall. on Kum. and Śiś. Ānand. 51 Sch.
• the 10 kinds of dramas Vām. i
⋙ daśarca
○rcá n. a hymn of 10 Ric verses AV. xix, 23, 7 Kāṭh. xxi, 10 TS. v, 4, 6, 4 KātyŚr. xx, 6, 18. [Page 472, Column 2]
⋙ daśarṣabha
○rṣabha (dáś○), mf(ā)n. consisting of 10 (ṛṣ○) bulls TS. ii, 1, 4, 1
⋙ daśalakṣana
○lakṣana n. 10 marks or attributes W.
• mfn. relating to 10 objects BhP. ii, 9, 43
• (ī), f. 10 chs.', N. of Kaṇâda's Sūtras Sarvad. x, 8
⋙ daśalakṣaṇaka
○lakṣaṇaka mfn. tenfold Mn. vi, 91 and 94. =
⋙ daśavaktra
○vaktra m. N. of a magical formula pronounced over weapons R. (G) i, 31, 6
⋙ daśavadana
○vadana m. = -kaṇṭha Bhaṭṭ. ix, 137
⋙ daśavarga
○varga m. a collection of 10 KātyŚr. xxii
• mfn. forming a collection of 10 Divyâv. i, 325
⋙ daśavarṣa
○varṣa mfn. 10 years old Āp. Mn. ii, 135
⋙ daśavarṣin
○varṣin mfn. id. MBh. xiii, 8, 21
⋙ daśavarṣiya
○varṣiya mfn. id. Pañcar. i, 3, 9
⋙ daśavājin
○vājin m. 'having 10 horses', the moon L.
⋙ daśavara
○vara mfn. 10 times repeated Pañcar. i, 8, 31
⋙ daśavārṣika
○vārṣika mf(ī)n. = -varṣa R. iv, 48, 12
• lasting 10 years Pañcat. iii, 2, 5
• happening after 10 years Yājñ. ii, 24
⋙ daśavidha
○vidha mfn. of 10 kinds, tenfold Jain. Sāṃkhyak. BhP. iii
-snāna-mantra m. pl. N. of particular hymns ĀśvMantraS.
⋙ daśavīra
○vīra (dáś○), mfn. granting 10 men VS. TāṇḍyaBr.
⋙ daśavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. N. of a tree AV. ii, 9, 1
⋙ daśavṛṣa
○vṛṣá mfn. possessing 10 bulls, v, 16, 10
⋙ daśavaikālika
○vaikālika n. N. of a Jain text HPariś. v, 85
⋙ daśavraja
○vraja (dáś○), m. 'having 10 cow-sheds', N. of a man RV. viii, 8 and 49 f
⋙ daśaśata
○śatá mfn. numbering 10 hundred AV. v, 18, 10
• n. 110 ŚāṅkhŚr. xi Lāṭy. ix
• 1000 MBh. iii, xiii Padyas.
• (ī), f. 1000 Naish. v, 19 Rājat. vi, 38
-karadhārin mfn. thousand-rayed (the moon) Hit. i, 2, 16
-tama mfn. the 110th (ch. of R. ii and vi)
-nayana m. 'thousand-eyed', Indra Lalit. xv, 162 and 202
-raśmi m. 'thousand-rayed', the sun L. Sch.
○tâkska mfn. thousand-eyed (Indra) MBh. vii, xiii Daś. xi, 121
○tâṅghri m. 'thousandfooted', Asparagus racemosus Npr.
○târa n. Vishṇu's thousand-fellied disc BhP. iii, 28, 27
⋙ daśaśala
○śala (dáś○), a distance of 10 Śalas AV. viii, 7, 28
⋙ daśaśākha
○śākha (dáś○), mfn. having 1000 fingers RV. x, 137, 7
⋙ daśaśipra
○śipra (dáś○), m. N. of a man, viii, 52, 2,
⋙ daśaśiras
○śiras m. 'ten-headed', Rāvaṇa L. Sch.
• 'tenpeaked', N. of a mountain R. iv, 43, 51
⋙ daśaśīrṣa
○śīrṣa (dáś○), mfn. ten-headed AV. iv, 6, 1 MBh. i, 2162
• m. Rāvaṇa R. iv, 10, 22
• N. of a magical formula pronounced over weapons, i, 30, 5
⋙ daśaślokī
○ślokī f. ten Slokas (on Vedânta phil. by Śamkara), KāśIKh. lxxxvii, 33 Sch.
⋙ daśasani
○sani mfn. winning 10 MantraBr. i, 7, 6
⋙ daśasaptā
○saptā f. N. of a Vishṭuti of the Saptadaśa-stoma TāṇḍyaBr. ii, 7
⋙ daśasahaika
○sahâika mfn. 10 + 1 RPrāt. xvi, 36
⋙ daśasāhasra
○sāhasra mfn. = ○srika MBh. if., iv R. vi
• n. 10000 Hariv.
⋙ daśasāhasrika
○sāhasrika mfn. numbering 10000, 6312
⋙ daśastobha
○stobha n. N. of a Sāma
⋙ daśaharā
○harā f. 'taking away the 10 sins', the Gaṅgā
• a festival in honour of the Gaṅgā (on the 10th day of Jyaishṭha, Vratapr. x
• now held in honour of Durgā in month Aśvin) PSarv.
-kathā f. -stotra n. N. of 2 works,
⋙ daśahala
○hala mf(ā)n. consisting of 10 ploughs Hcat. i, 5, 889
⋙ daśahotṛ
○hotṛ (dóś○), m. N. of MaiṛS. i, 9, 1 = Kāṭh. ix, 8 = TĀr. iii, 1 f. (symbolizing the 10 parts of a sacrifice) TBr. ii TāṇḍyaBr. xxv Lāṭy. x ŚāṅkhŚr. MānŚr. i
⋙ daśānśa
daśânśa m. a 10th part Śāktân. xii Hcat. i, 10 f
⋙ daśākṣa
daśâkṣa m. N. of a formula pronounced over weapons R. i, 30, 5
⋙ daśākṣara
dáśâkṣara mf(ā)n. containing 10 syllables VS. ix, 33 TS. v, 4, 6, 4 ŚBr.
⋙ daśāgni
daśâgni mfn. worshipping 10 Agnāyis Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 58 Vārtt. 2 and iv, 1, 36 Vārtt. 2
⋙ daśāṅgula
daśâṅgulá n. a length of 10 fingers RV. x, 90, i
• mfn. 10 fingers long Mn. viii, 271
• n. a water-melon Npr.
⋙ daśādhipati
daśâdhipati m. a commander of 10 men MBh. xii, 3712
⋙ daśānana
daśânana m. = ○śa-kaṇṭha R. iii ; vi, 5, 21 Ragh. x, 76
⋙ daśānika
daśânika m. Croton polyandrum or Tiglium L.
⋙ daśānīkinī
daśânīkinī f. 'ten-arrayed', a complete army L.
⋙ daśānugāna
daśânugāna n. N. of several Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ daśāntaruṣya
daśântaruṣyá n. a distance of 10 stations RV. x, 51, 3
⋙ daśābdākhya
daśâbdâkhya mfn. existing for 10 years Mn. ii, 134
cf. Āp. i, 14, 13
⋙ dāśābhīśu
dâśâbhīśu mfn. having 10 bridles RV. x, 94, 7
⋙ dāśāritra
dâśâritra mfn. having 10 arī́tra parts (a chariot), ii, 18, 1
⋙ daśārna
daśârna mfn. having 10 syllables VS. iii, 41 Sch.
• m. pl. (g. vimuktâdi) 'Ten Lakes', N. of a people (south-east of Madhya-deśa VarBṛS.) MBh. Hariv. R. Megh.
• sg. a Daśārṇa king MBh. v, 7519
• n. the Daśārṇa country Pāṇ. 6-1, 89 Vārtt. 8 Pat. (daśa + ṛṇa)
• (ā), f. the Dasān river (rising in Bhopal and emptying into the Betwa)
• cf. dāś○
⋙ daśārṇeyu
daśârṇeyu m. N. of a son of Raudriśva Hariv. 1660
⋙ daśārdha
daśârdha mfn. pl. 'half of ten', five Mn. i, 2 MBh. i
-tā f. (= pañca-tva) dissolution of the body into the 5 elements, iii, 209, 26
-bāṇa m. 'five-arrowed', Kāma Naish. viii, 73 [Page 472, Column 3]
-vayas mfn. 5 years old BhP. v, 15, 30
⋙ daśārha
daśârha (g. vimutâdi and prajñâdi) m. pl. (g. parśv-ādi) N. of a warrior tribe MBh. iii BhP. i, 11, 12
• sg. of its ancestor (being of Yadu's family), ix, 24, 3 VP. iv, 12, 16 VāyuP. ii, 33, 40 LiṅgaP. i, 68, 42 f. MatsyaP. xliv 140 AgP. BrahmaP. Hariv. 1991
• Kṛishṇa MBh. xiii, 7003 (dās○, B)
• = ○śabhūmi-ga L.
• (i), f. a Daśârha princess, g. parśvādi
• cf. su-
⋙ daśārhaka
daśârhaka m. pl. (g. yāvâdi Gaṇar. 187) the Daśârhas BhP. ix, 24, 62
⋙ daśālaṃkāramañjari
daśâlaṃkāra-mañjari f. N. of wk
⋙ daśāvatāra
daśâvatāra m. (= ○śa-rūpa) Vishṇu L.
• n. N. of an observance (performed on the 10th day of the light half of Bhādrapada Vratapr. x) BhavP. ii, 60
-carita n. N. of wk
⋙ daśāvara
daśâvara mfn. pl. at least 10 Gaut. xxviii, 48 f
• mf(ā)n. sg. consisting of at least 10 Mn. xii, 110f
• m. N. of an evil spirit MBh. ii, 367
⋙ daśāvarta
daśâvarta mfn. having 10 crowns R. v, 32, 12
⋙ daśāśva
daśâśva m. = ○śa-vājin L.
• N. of a son of Ikshvāku MBh. xiii, 89 f
⋙ daśāśvamedha
daśâśvamedha n. the Tīrtha of the 10 horse-sacrifices, iii, 5084 RevāKh. ccviii and cclvii KāśīKh.ŚambhMāh. v
• cf. dāś○
⋙ daśāśvamedhika
daśâśvamedhika n. id. MBh. iii, 6034 Hariv. 9522
⋙ daśāsya
dáśâsya mfn. ten-mouthed AV. iv, 6, 1
• m. Rāvaṇa R. iii, 55, 12 Sāh. vi, 27/28 -jit m. 'conqueror of Rāvaṇa', Rāma L.
○syântaka m. id. RāmatUp. i, 32
⋙ daśāha
daśâha m. 10 days ŚBr. xiii ĀśvGṛ. Mn. R.
• a ceremony lasting 10 days KātyŚr. xxiii Lāṭy. x, 10
⋙ daśendra
daśêndra mfn. worshipping the 10 Indrāṇis Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 58 Vārtt. 2 and iv, 1, 36 Vārtt. 2 ; i, 2, 49 Kāś.
⋙ daśendriya
daśêndriya n. pl. the 10 organs (ind○, q.v.) W.
⋙ daśeśa
daśeśa m. = ○śa-pa Mn. vii, 116
⋙ daśaikādaśika
daśâikādaśika mf(ī)n. 'taking 11 for 10', lending money at 10 per cent. Pāṇ. 4-4, 31
⋙ daśoṇi
dáśoṇi m. N. of a man protected by Indra RV. vi, 20, 4 and 8 ; x, 96, 12
⋙ dāśoṇya
dâśóṇya m. id., viii, 52, 2
⋙ daśopaniṣadbhāṣya
daśôpaniṣad-bhāṣya n. N. of a Comm. by Ānanda-tirtha
≫ daśaka
daśaka mfn. consisting of 10, having 10 parts RPrāt. Mn. Chandaþs. Kāś. Kām.
• (with śata) 10 per cent. Yājñ. ii
• m. one in a decad of chs. (of the Sāma-tantra)
• n. a decad Sāntiś. iv, 7 Kathās. cī, 108 KātyŚr. xvii, 6, 3 Sch.
⋙ daśakamāsika
○māsika mfn. hired for 10 months Pāṇ. 5-4, 116 Vārtt. 4 Pat.
≫ daśat
daśát (1, 60) mfn. consisting of 10 Kāś.
• f. a decad MaitrS. i TS. vii TBr. i ŚBr. TāṇḍyaBr.
≫ daśataya
dáśataya mf(i)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 42) consisting of 10, tenfold RV. i
• (ī), f. N. of a Comm.
• pl. (scil. ṛcas) the 10 Maṇḍalas of RV. Lāṭy. x Nir.
• cf. dās○
≫ daśati
daśati f. a decad of verses in SV. (nom. ○ti, vḷ, ○tyā)
• 100 (only nom. acc. ○tīr daśa '1000') MBh.
≫ daśan
daśan pl. (g. svasr-ādi Gaṇar. 42) ten (nom. acc. dáśa RV. &c
• instr. [dáśa, x, 101, 10 &] daśábhis loc. ○sásu RV. &c
• both forms & ○śabhyas in Class. also oxyt. Pāṇ. 6-1, 177ff.)
• cf. á-?, ?
≫ daśama
daśamá mf(ī)n. the 10th RV. i (with yugá = ○mī́ 158, 6)
• x AV. v
• xiii VS. &c
• n. with áhan, the last day of the day of the Daśa-rātra ceremony TBr. ii ŚBr.xii TāṇḍyaBr. ŚāṅkhŚr.
• (without ahan) Lāṭy.
• (proparox. Pāṇ. 5-3, 49) a 10th part Mn. viii f
• (ám), ind. for the 10th time RV. viii, 24, 23 TBr. ii
• (ī), f. the 10th stage of human life (age from 91 to 100 years) AV. iii, 4 TāṇḍyaBr. Gaut. Mn.ī
• (scil. tithi) the 10th day of the half moon, iii, 276 MBh. &c
• the 10th day after birth Pat. Introd. 73 ; [Lat. decimus.]
⋙ daśamabhāva
○bhāva m. the culminating point, or that point in which the meridian crosses a given circle Sūryas. Sch.
⋙ daśamin
daśamin mfn. 91-100 years old ŚāṅkhBr. xiii, 3 Sch.
≫ daśin
daśín mfn. having 10 parts ŚBr. xiii AitBr. Lāṭy. Maś. RPrāt.
• m. = ○śa-grāmin Mn. vii, 119
daśana
daśana (√daṃś) m. (n. L. Sch.) a tooth Mn. &c. (ifc. f. ā iii, 10 MBh. xii Megh. &c.)
• a bite Vātsyāy. i, 1, 2 m. a peak L.
• n. (= daṃś○) armour L.
⋙ daśanacchada
○cchada m.= danta- MBh. Hariv. R. BhP. pada, n. 'teeth-mark', a bite Gīt. viii, 6
⋙ daśanabīja
○bīja the pomegranate Npr.
⋙ daśanavasana
○vasana n. = -cchada Prasannar. ii, 9
○náṅgarāga m. pl. N. of a Kalā (q.v.) Vātsyāy. i, 3, 17
⋙ daśanavāsas
○vāsas n. = -vasana L.
⋙ daśanavyaya
○vyaya m. loss of the teeth W.
⋙ daśanāṃśu
daśanâṃśu m. pl. brightness of the teeth Kum. vi, 25
⋙ daśanāṅka
daśanâṅka m. = ○na-pada W.
⋙ daśanāḍhyā
daśanâḍhyā f. Oxalis corniculata L.
⋙ daśanoochiṣṭa
daśanôochiṣṭa m. a kiss L.
• a sigh L.
• a lip L.
daśasya
daśasya Nom. (fr. śas = Lat. decus
√.dāś and yáśas) ○yáti (Impv. ○yā́, ○ya
• p. ○yát), to render service, serve, worship, favour, oblige (with acc.) RV.
• to accord, do favour to (dat.) RV. [Page 473, Column 1]
≫ daśasyā
daśasyā́ ind. to please any one (dat.), vii, 99, 3
daśā
daśā f. (√daṃś?) the fringe of a garment, loose ends of any piece of cloth, skirt or hem KātyŚr. iv, 1, 17 (ūrṇā) Lāṭy. viii, 6, 22 Kauś. ŚāṅkhGṛ. ii, 12, 5 Mn. &c
• a wick Gobh. iv, 2, 32 (kṣauma-) Kum. iv, 30 Bhartṛ. iii, i
• state or condition of life, period of life (youth, manhood, &c.), condition, circumstances R. Pañcat. Megh. &c
• the fate of men as depending on the position of the planets, aspect or position of the planets (at birth &c.) VarBṛS. VarBṛ. Laghuj.
• the mind L.
• cf. vastra-
• i. daśa
⋙ daśākarṣa
○"ṣkarṣa
⋙ daśākarṣin
○"ṣkarḍṣin (○śâk○), m. 'wick-drawing', a lamp L.
⋙ daśānta
○"ṣnta (○sân○), m. the end of a wick Ragh. xii, 1
• the end of life ib. Hariv. 4394
⋙ daśāpati
○pati m. the planet governing a man's life VarBṛ. Sch.
⋙ daśāpanna
○"ṣpanna (○zap○), mfn. being in a particular state or condition
⋙ daśāparipāka
○paripāka m. a change in a man's fate Mcar. vii, 0/1
⋙ daśāpavitra
○pavitrá n. a fringed filtering cloth ŚBr. iv, 2, 2, 11 Lāṭy. i, 9
⋙ daśāpāka
○pāka m. the fulfilment of fate VarBṛS. vc, 61
⋙ daśāphala
○phala n. result of condition of life, future fate of a man, lxx, 26
• N. of wk
⋙ daśāmaya
○maya m. Śiva L.
⋙ daśāruhā
○"ṣruhā (○śâr○) 'f. sticking to fringes', N. of a plant L.
⋙ daśālakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of a ch. of PSarv.
⋙ daśāvat
○vat mfn. having fringes ĀpŚr. xii, 14, 11
⋙ daśāviśeṣa
○viśeṣa m. any particular state Sāh. iii, 189 Hit. i, 7,
⋙ daśendhana
daśêndhana m. 'wick-kindling', a lamp L.
daśīvidarbha
daśī-vidarbha m. pl. N. of people (vḷ. dadhi-) MBh. vi, 372
daśera
daśera mfn. (√daṃś) mordaceous, injuring Uṇ. Sch.
• attacking or killing any one when asleep L.
• n. a beast of prey W.
⋙ daśeraka
daśeḍraka m. an ass (cf. dasra) MBh. viii, 1852
• pl. N. of a people (= maru
• cf dāś○ sg. their country L.), iii, 134, 17 (○zair○ derived fr. 2. daśa) ; vii, 397 VarBṛS. v, 67
• cf. agniveśa-
-gaḍeraka m. pl. the descendants of Daśera and GṭGaḍeraka g. tika-kitavâdi (gaṇar. 34)
daśoṇi
dáśoṇi 2. daśa
daśonasi
dáśonasi N. of
• a snake AV. X, 4
daṣṭa
daṣṭa mfn. (√daṃś) bitten, stung Mn. xi MBh. &c. (said of a wrong pronunciation PāṇŚ. [RV.] 35)
• n. a bite Suśr. i, 13, 6
das
das cl. 1. 4. ( p. dásamāna
• impf. pl. adasyan) to suffer want, become exhausted RV. iv, 134, 5 (cf. Nir. i. 9) TS. i, 6, 11, 3
• = upa-kṣip Dhātup.: Caus. Ā. (1. sg. ○saye
• Subj. pl ○sayantta) to exhaust, iv, 2, 5, 4 RV. v. 45, 3
• cf yanta) cf. apa-, upa-, anū7pa- pra-, vi-
saṃ-dadasvás, draviṇo-dás
• ?
⋙ dasa
dása m. a demon, vi, 21, 11
≫ dasta
dasta mfn. = dosita Pāṇ. 7-2, 27 Vop. xxvi
dasma
dasmá mfn. (√daṃs) accomplishing wonderful deeds, wonderful, extraordinary RV.
• m. a sacrificer L.
• fire L.
• a thief. rogue (cf. ○syu) L.
⋙ dasmatama
○tama (○smá-), mfn. most wonderful, ii, 20, 6
⋙ dasmavarcas
○varcas (○smá-), mfn. of wonderful appearance RV.
≫ dasmatkṛ
dasmát-kṛ √to make wonderful, i, 74, 4
≫ dasmya
dásmya mfn. wonderful, viii, 24, 20
≫ dasra
dasrá mfn. accomplishing wonderful deeds, giving marvellous aid (chiefly said of the Aśvins) RV.
• m. N. of one of the A3svins Bṛih. MBh. Hariv. 601
• du. the Aśvins L.
• sg. the number 2 Sūryas. i
• = -devatā, viii, 9
• a robber, thief. Uṇ. Sch.
• an ass (cf. daśeraka) L.
• n. the cold season Uṇ. vṛ
⋙ dasradevatā
○devatā f. 'having the Aśvins as deity', the Nakshatra Aśvini L.
⋙ dasrasū
○sū f. 'mother of the, Aśvins', Saṃjñā L.
dasyu
dásyu m. (√das) enemy of the gods (e.g. śámbara, śúṣṇa, cúmuri, dhúni
• all conquered by Indra, Agni, &c.), impious man (called a-śraddhá, a-yajñá, á-yajyu, á-pṛnat, a-vratá, any4-vrata, a-karmán), barbarian (called a-nā́s, or an-ā́s 'ugly-faced', ádhara, inferior', á-mānuṣa, inhuman'), robber (called dhanín) RV. AV. &c
• any outcast or Hindū who has become so by neglect of the essential rites Mn.
• not accepted as a witness, viii, 66
• cf. trasó- (dásyave vṛ́ka m. 'wolf to the Dasyu', N. of a man RV. viii, 51 ; 55 f
dásyavc sáhas n. violence to the Dasyu (N. of Turviiti), i, 36, 18)
⋙ dasyujīvin
○jīvin mfn. living a robber's life MBh. xii, 2433
⋙ dasyujūta
○jūta (dás○), mfn. instigated by Dasyus RV. vi, 24, 8
⋙ dasyutarhaṇa
○tárhaṇa mfn. crushing the Dasyus, ix, 47, 2
⋙ dasyusādbhu
○sād-√bhu- to become a prey to robbers MBh. xii
⋙ dasyuhatya
○hátya n. a fight with the Dasyus RV. i, x
• cf. śuṣṇa-h○
⋙ dasyuhan
○hán m. (nom. ○hā́ instr. ○ghnā́)fn. destroying the Dasyus (Indra i, vi, viii [Page 473, Column 2]
• Indra's gift, x, 47, 4
manyú, 83, 3
mánas, iv, 16, 10)
○hán-tama mfn. (superl.) most destructive to the Dasyus, vi, 16, 15 and viii, 39, 8 (Agni) ; x, 170, 2 (Light) Hariv. (Buddha)
cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 17 Kāś.
dasra
dasrá dasmá
dah 1
dah cl. 1. Pdahati (ep. āso Ā
• p. dáhati impf. ádahat
• aor' adhāk RV. ii, 15, 4 ; 1 ṣg. ○kṣam MBh. vii
• 3. pl ○kskur Kathās.
• Subj. dhāk RV. i, 158, 4
• 2. sg. dhakṣi, iv, 4, 4
• p. dhákṣat also nom. m., vi, 3, 4 x, 91, 7 dáhṣat, i, 130, 8
• fut. dhakṣyati [Pāṇ. 7-2, 10 Siddh. Kār. 6] MBh. [Pot. dhakṣyet, i, 8383] &c
dahiṣy○, i, 2120 BhP. iv Prasaṅg. xix, 7
• inf. dagdhum) to burn, consume by fire, scorch roast RV. &c
• to cauterise Suśr.
• to consume, destroy completely Mn. vii, 9 MBh. &c
• to torment, torture, pain, distress, disturb, grieve MBh. &c.: Pass. dahyate (○ti MānGṛ. ii, 15 MBh. if., xiif.)
• to be burnt, burn, be in flames AV. Nir. &c
• to be consumed by fire or destroyed Mn. vi, 71
• to be inflamed (a wound) Suśr. i, 28
• to be consumed by internal heat or grief, suffer pain, be distressed or vexed MBh. &c
• Caus. dāhayati to burn or be burned Mn. Yājñ. i, 89 MBh. &c
• to cause to be cooked Hariv. 15523 (aor. pl. adīdahan): Desid. didhakṣati (cf. ○kṣā, ○kṣu) to be about to burn or consume or destroy MBh. i-iv R. (p. ○kṣamāṇa): Desid. Caus. (p. ○kṣayat) to cause any one to make efforts to burn Bhaṭṭ. iii, 33: Intens. dandahīti, ○hyate (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 24 ; 7-4, 86) to burn or destroy completely Hariv. 8726 BhP. vi, 8, 21 (Impv. ○dagdhi) Śiś. Prasannar. vi, 32 and 48
• Ā. to be burnt completely Hariv. 7040 BhP. Pañcat. i, 8, 23/24 [Lith. degú, I am hot' ; Goth. dag-s ; Old Germ. tāh-t, 'a wick']
≫ dah 2
dah mfn. 'burning', uśá-
⋙ dahati
dahati m. N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh. ix, 2536
≫ dahadahā
dahadahā f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda, 2638
≫ dahana
dahana mf(ī)n. burning, consuming by fire, scorching, destroying (chiefly ifc.) Hariv. BhP. Bhartṛ.
• (said of the dhāraṇā of fire) Goraksh. 164
• m. fire (of three kinds), Agni
Kauś. MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā Horāś.)
• the numeral three VarBṛS. Sūryas.
• one of the 5 forms of fire in the Svāhā-kāra Hariv. 10465
• a pigeon L.
• Plumbago zeylanica L.
• Anacardium officinarum L.
• N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh. ix, 2536
• N. of a Rudra, i MatsyaP.
• n. burning, consuming by fire Kauś. 80 R. vii Ragh. &c
• cauterising Suśr.
• sour gruel Npr.
• (ā), f. N. of part of the moon's course VarBṛS. ix, 1-3 Sch.
• (ī), f. Sanseviera Roxburghiana L.
⋙ dahanakarman
○karman n. the act of burning Dhūrtas. i, 22
⋙ dahanaketana
○ketana m. 'mark of burning', smoke L.
⋙ dahanagarbha
○garbha mf(ā)n. filled with the fire (of wrath) Daś. vi, 21
⋙ dahanatā
○tā f. the state of fire ŚārṅgP. xxix, 11
⋙ dahanapriyā
○priyā f. the wife of Agni L.
⋙ dahanarkṣa
○rkṣa (ṛk○), n. the constellation Kṛittikā VarBṛS. x, 19
⋙ dahanāguru
dahanâguru n. a kind of Agallochum L.
⋙ dahanārāti
dahanârāti m. fire-enemy', water L.
⋙ dahanopakaraṇa
dahanôpakaraṇa n. the means for cauterising Suśr. i, 12, 2
⋙ dahanopala
dahanôpala m. the sun-gem L.
⋙ dahanolkā
dahanôlkā f. a firebrand L.
≫ dahanīya
dahanīya mfn. to be burnt, combustible W.
⋙ dahanīyatā
○tā f. combustibility W.
⋙ dahanīyatva
○tva n. id. W.
dahara
dahara mfn. (fr. dobhrá) small, fine, thin ChUp. viii, 1, l KātyŚr. xiv KenUp. (vḷ. dabhra) BhP. x
• young in age Lalit. vii, 72 SaddhP.
• m. a younger brother L.
• a child W.
• a young animal W.
• a mouse Gaut. Yājñ. iii, 279/271
⋙ daharapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha n. N. of TS. v, 1, 11 and 2, 11f., Ātr- Anukr. i. 24
⋙ daharasūtra
○sūtra n. N. of a Buddh. Sūtra
≫ daharaka
daharaka mfn. short (day), SāṅkhBr. xix, 3 Naigh. iii, 2
≫ dahra 1
dahra mfn. small, fine, thin, Nā-rUp. Āp. i, 9, 23 (○re para-rātre, in the shorter half of the night')
• (ám, n), ind. little TS. vii, 5, 3, 1
• n. the cavity of the heart BhP. iii ; vi, 9
⋙ dahrāgni
dahrāgni m. Agastya in a former birth, iv, I, 36
dahra 2
dahra m. a wood on fire Uṇ. vṛ
• fire ib.
dā 1
cl. 3. dádāti (pl. ○dati RV. &c
• Ā. datte Pañcat. i, 4, 19/20 12, 7 Subh.
• 1. sg. dadmi MBh. xii Hariv. R. if
• Impv. dádātu pl. ○dahu
• 2. sg. daddhí RV. i f. iv, vi, viii, x
dehí [Pāṇ. 6-4, 119] RV. iii f. viii, x AV. v, xviii f. &c. [Page 473, Column 3]
• 2. pl. dádāta RV. vii, 57, 6, ○tana x, 36, 10, dattá 51, 8 VS. AV. &c
• 2. du. ○ttám RV. i, 34, 6 AV. &c
• Pot. dadyā́ AV. &c
• impf. ádadāt
• pl. ádadur RV. vi, x AV. v, 18, 1
• 2. du. ádattam RV. &c
• 2. pl. ○ttana i, 139, 7, ádadāta x, 64, 12
• Subj. dádat ii, v, vii f. x, ○das vii f. ○dan AV. vi, 24, 1 p. m. nom. sg. dádat pl. ○tas RV. &c
• p. Ā. dádāna, v, 33, 9
○ná, i. 148, 2 ; v, 2, 3
• sg. dadati, ii, 35, 10 MBh. iii, 13422
• pl. ○danti, xii f
• Impv. ○da, ix MārkP.
○data Siṃhâs.
• Pot. ○det Parāś. vi, 19
• impf. ádadat AV. xii, 4, 23 MBh. R.
• Ā. sg. dádate RV. i, 24, 7 AV. x, 8, 36
• pl. ○dante, 35 VS. viii, 31
• Impv. sg. ○datām RV. iii, 53, 17
○dasva MBh. Hariv. &c
• impf. pl. ádadanta RV. vii, 33, i i AV. xiv
• p. dádamāna RV. i, 41, 9 ; iv, 26, 6
• aor. ádāt [Pāṇ. 2-4, 77], dat, ádur, dúr &c
• Subj. 2. du. dāsathas RV. viii, 40, 1 [cf. Naigh. ii, 30]
• Pot. 1. pl. deṣma VS. ii, 32
• pf. dadaú, ○dúr, ○dáthur, ○datur, ○dó RV. &c
• Pass ○dé, iv, 34 & 37 AV. X, 2, 16
dadade, ○dāte, ○dire Pāṇ. 6-4, 126 Kāś.
• p. gen. dadúṣas RV. i, viii, ○ṣām vi
• nom. ○dvā́n, x, 132, 3
○dāvan AV. v, 11, 1
• acc. ○divā́ṃsam, ix, 5, 10 [cf. Vop. xxvi, 133]
• fut. p. dāsyát AV.vi, 71, 3
• Ā. ○syate, ○syante, 1. sg. ○sye MBh. Hariv. R. MārkP.
• Prec. deyāt Pāṇ. 6-4, 67
• inf. dāváne RV.
dā́tos, vii, 4, 6
○tave, vii-ix AV. iii, 20, 5
dā́tavaí [Pāṇ. vi, 1, 200 Siddh.] RV. iv, 21, 9
○tum, v AV. &c.: ind. p. dattvā́ya [Pāṇ. 7-1, 47 Kāś.] RV. x, 85, 33
○ttva AV. &c
-dā́ya [Pāṇ. 6-4, 69] RV. &c.: Pass. dīyate [Pāṇ. 6-4, 62]
• p. ○yámāna AV. ix
• aor. adāyi Pāṇ. 7-3, 33 Kāś.
• Prec. dāsīṣṭa, dāyis○, vi, 4, 62), cl. 1. dā́ti (RV. iv-vii
• Impv. ○tu, 15, 11
cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 8 Vārtt. 3 Pat. ; ii, 4, 76 Kāś.) to give, bestow, grant, yield, impart, present, offer to (dat., in later language also gen. or loc.) RV. &c
• to give (a daughter, kanyām) in marriage Mn. v, ix Yājñ. MBh. &c
• to hand over Mn. viii, 186 & 234
• (with haste) Kathās.
• to give back, 222 f. MBh. iii Pañcat. VP. Kathās. lxxiv
• to pay (daṇḍam, 'a fine' Mn. viii f
ṛṇam, a debt', viii Yājñ. ii, 45)
• to give up, cede (āsanam, 'one's seat') Mn. iv, 54
• (panthānam or mārgam, 'to give up the road, allow to pass') viii, 275 and R. v, 94, 8
• to sell (with instr. of the price), i Nal. xiv, 21 VarBṛS. xlī, 11
• to sacrifice (ātmānam, 'one's self.' Kathās. xxii, 227
āt○ khedāya, to give one's self up to grief', v, 57)
• to offer (an oblation &c.) Mn. Yājñ. R. &c
• to communicate, teach, utter (blessings, āśiṣas Śak. MārkP.), give (answer, prati-vacas, ○canam, praty-uttaram Nal. Śak. &c.), speak (satyaṃ vacas, the truth, yājñ. ii, 200
vacam, to address a speech to dat. Śak. vi, 5)
• to permit, allow (with inf.) MBh. i Śak. vi, 22
• to permit sexual intercourse ŚBr. xiv, 9, 4, 7
• to place, put, apply (in med.)
Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• to add Pañcat. ii, 6, 5
Sūryas. VarBṛS. Laghuj.
• with varam', to grant a boon' ŚBr. xi KātyŚr. MBh. &c
śoham, to cause grief', xiii R. ii
avakāśam, 'to give room or space, allow to enter Yājñ. ii, 276 Mṛicch. Ragh. &c
prāṇān or jīvitam, 'to spare any one's life' MBh. Kathās. xviii, 275
talam or ○lān, to slap with the palms of the hands MBh. iii, ix Hariv. 15741
○la-prahāram, to strike with the palm Pañcat. iv,. 2, 0/1 tālam, to beat time with the hands MBh. i Bhaṭṭ.
saṃjñām, to make a sign Mṛicch.
saṃketakam, to make an appointment Pañcat. ii, 4, 3/4 samayam, to propose an agreement Kathās. xviii, 139
upamām, to compare with gen. Cāṇ.
paṭaham, to proclaim with the drum Kathās. lxxiii, 357
śabdam, to make a noise, call out Vet. iv, 2/3
śāpam, to utter a curse MBh. R. &c
gāīh., id. Bhartṛ.
anuyātram, to accompany Kathās. xviii, 197
āliṅganane, parirambhaṇam, to embrace, 209 Gīt. iii, 8
jhampam, to jump Hit.
śrāddham, to perform a Srāddha MBh. xiv R. ii
vratakam, to accomplish a vow Hariv.
yuddham, niy○, saṃgrāmam, to give battle, fight with MBh. Hariv. R.
ājñām ādeśam, to give an order, command, i BrahmaP. Vet.
saṃdeśam, to give information Kathās. xvii, 161
prayogam, to give a dramatic representation Mālav. i, 12/13 vṛtim, to fence in Mn. viii, 240 Kull.
darśanam, to show one's self Prab. iii,
• 0/1 dṛṣṭim dṛśam akṣi caksus, to fix the eyes on (loc.) Śak.i, 6 Kathās. Dhūrtas. Śṛiṅgārat. Sāh.
karṇam, to give ear, listen Śak. Kathās.
manas, to direct the mind to (loc.) MBh. xii, 2526
kars kapolam, to rest the cheek on the hand Kāraṇḍ. xviii, 73 [474, 1]
nigaḍāni to put on or apply fetters Mṛicch. vii, 6/7 pāvakam, to set on fire
agnīn to consume by fire Mn. v, 168
śāram, to move a chess-man Daś. vii, 137
argalam, to draw a bolt, bar Kathās. Rājat. vi, 96
jānu, to kneel upon (gen.) MBh. iii f
padam, to tread upon loc. Bhartṛ. Hit. ii, 12, 25 SŚaṃkar. i, 38
• to direct the steps Amar. 74
viṣam, to poison Pañcar. i, 14, 80 (with acc.!)
garam id. VP. iv, 3, 16 (with gen.)
• -Ā. to carry, hold, keep, preserve RV. AV. VS.
• to show SV. i, 2, 1, 4, 7 (aor. adadiṣṭa
aded○ fr. √diś RV.): Caus. dāpayati (P1ṇ. vii, 3, 36
• aor. adīdapat, 4, 1 and 58 Kāś.) to cause to give or be given, cause to bestow or present or give up, oblige to pay, make restore VS. ix, 24 AV. iii, 20, 8 Mn. &c
• to demand from (abl.) Mn.viii, 47
• to cause to utter or speak Hariv. 15782 Yājñ. ii, 6/7 ghoṣaṇām, to cause to be made known Kathās. lxiv, 86
• to cause to place or advance, xii, 160
• to cause to perform, v, 112 to cause to be put on (loc.) MBh. i, 5724: Desid. dítsati (Pāṇ. 7-4, 54 and 58
• p. dídāsat RV. x, 151, 2
dítsat, ii, vii-ix AV. v, 7, 6 MBh.
• Pot. ○tseyam RV. viii MBh.
• pf. 2. sg. didāsitha AitBr. viii, 21 ŚāṅkhŚr. xvi, 16
cf. ŚBr. xiii, 7, 1, 15) to wish to give, be ready to bestow RV. &c
• to wish to give in marriage MBh. &c.: Intens. dedīyate Pāṇ. 6-4, 66 Kāś.
• [cf. ? ; Lat. do
• &c.]
≫ dā 2
dā́ m. a giver RV. v, 41, 1 (dat. ) ; vi, 16, 26 (nom. dā́s)
• ifc., giving, granting', an-aśva-, a-bhikṣa-, aśva-, ātma-, &c. -dā́
án-āśīr-
≫ dāka
dāka m. a donor Uṇ. iii, 40 Sch.
• a sacrificer ib.
≫ dāta 1
dāta mfn. 'given', tvā́
⋙ dātavya
dāḍtavya mfn. to be given AitBr. Mn. &c
• to be communicated ŚvetUp. Pañcat. i MārkP.
• to be given in marriage Dāyabh. (Paiṭh.) Kathās.
• to be paid or restored Mn. viii Pāṇ. 3-3, 171 Kāś.
• to be placed upon (loc.) Mn. v, 136 VarBṛS.
• to be made Bhpr. vii, 18, 74. i
⋙ dāti
dāti havyá-
-vāra (dā́t○), mfn. liking to give RV. i, 167, 8 ; iii, 51, 9 ; v, 58, 2
≫ dātṛ
dā́tṛ (with acc
• once without RV. iv, 31, 7),
⋙ dātṛ
dā́ḍtṛ́ (with or without gen
• exceptionally with acc ŚBr. xi, 5, 1, 12), m. giving, a giver, donor, liberal RV. &c
• one who gives a daughter gen.) in marriage (cf. kanyā-) Kum. vi, 1
• a father or brother who gives a daughter or sister in marriage MānGṛ. i, 8 Mn. in, 172 Paiṭh. R.
• one who offers (his wife, gen.) L.
• a creditor Mn. viii, 161 the arranger of a meal, iii, 236
• granting, permitting (ifc. or with gen.), v, viii, xi MBh. &c
• a founder (of a household, kutumbānām), xiii, 1663
• [cf. a-, ṛṇa-, brahma- ; ? ?, Lat. dator, daturus]
⋙ dātṛtā
○tā f. the being a giver, liberality Rājat. Sāh. iii
⋙ dātṛtva
○tva n. id. Hariv. 14414 Ragh. Cāṇ.
⋙ dātṛnirūpaṇa
○nirūpaṇa n. N. of a ch. of PSarv.
⋙ dātṛpura
○pura ī. N. of a town, Saṃkaracetov. i
≫ dātta
dātta m. a well made by Datta Pāṇ. 4-2, 74 Kāś.
⋙ dāttāmitrī
dāttâmitrī f. N. of a town built by Dattâmitra, 76 Kāś.
○trīya mfn. fr. ○trī, 123 Kāś.
≫ dātteya
dātteya m. metron. fr. Dattā, 1, 121 Kāś.
≫ dātva
dātva m. a giver Uṇ.
• n. a sacrificial act ib.
≫ dāda
dāda m. (√dad) gift, donation MBh. ix, 2117 ; 2269 (B. dāya) Siś. xix, 114
⋙ dādada
○da mfn. gift-giving Śiś. x ib.
≫ dādin
dādin mfn. giving, a giver W.
≫ dāna 1
dāná n. the act of giving RV. ŚBr. MBh. &c
• giving in marriage (cf. kanyā-)
• giving up (cf. prāṇa-, ātma-, śarīra- Pañc. ī)
• communicating, imparting, teaching (cf. brakma-)
• paying back, restoring Mn. Yājñ.
• adding, addition (cf. VarBṛS.)
• donation, gift Lat. donum] RV. ŚBr. &c. (○naṃdā, to offer a gift Mn. Yājñ. Hit. &c
○nam prayam, to bestow a gift Mn. iv, 234)
• oblation (cf. udaka-, havir-)
• liberality (cf. 2. dāna)
• bribery Mn.vii, 198 (cf. upâya)
⋙ dānakamalākara
○kamalâkara m
⋙ dānakalpataru
○kalpa-taru mṆ. of wks
⋙ dānakāma
○kāma (dā́○), mfn. fond of giving, liberal TS. TBr.
⋙ dānakusumāñjali
○kusumâñjali m
⋙ kelikaumudī
keli-kaumudī f
⋙ dānakaumudī
○kaumudī f
⋙ dānakaustubha
○kaustubha m. orn.,
⋙ dānakriyākaumudī
○kriyā-kaumudī f. N. of wks
⋙ dānakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. N. of part 1 of Hemâdri's wk
⋙ dānacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of wk
⋙ dānacyuta
○cyuta m. 'one who has abandoned liberality', N. of a man (g. kārtakaujapâdi)
⋙ dānatas
○tas ind. through gifts, by liberality MW.
⋙ dānadarpaṇa
○darpaṇa m
⋙ dānadinakara
○dinakara m. N. of wks
⋙ dānadharma
○dharma m. duty of liberality Mn. Hit. -kathana n. -vidhji m. ○mâdhyâya m. N. of wks. on alms-giving
⋙ dānaṃdadā
○ṃ-dadā f. N. of an Apsaras or of a female Gandharva Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ dānapati
○pati m. 'liberality-lord', munificent man MBh. R.
• N. of A-krūra MBh. Hariv.
• of a Daitya Hariv. [Page 474, Column 2]
⋙ dānapattra
○pattra n. deed of gift MW.
⋙ dānapaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of wk. on the 16 offerings RTL. 415
⋙ dānapara
○para mfn. devoted to liberality
-tā f. liberality Nāg. v, 29
⋙ dānaparibhāṣā
○paribhāṣā f. N. of wk
⋙ dānapātra
○pātra n. 'object of charity', N. of a ch. of PSarv.
⋙ dānapāramitā
○pāramitā f. perfection of liberality Kāraṇḍ. Naish.
⋙ dānapārijāta
○pārijāta m
⋙ dānaprakaraṇa
○prakaraṇa n
⋙ dānaprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ dānapradīpa
○pradīpa m. N. of wks
⋙ dānaprātibhāvya
○prātibhāvya n. security for payment W.
⋙ dānabhāgavata
○bhāgavata n. N. of wk
⋙ dānabhinna
○bhinna mfn. set at variance by bribes Hit. iv, 39
⋙ dānamañjarī
○mañjarī f
⋙ dānamanohara
○manohara m. N. of wks
⋙ dānamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting in liberality L.
⋙ dānamayūkha
○mayūkha m. N. of wk
⋙ dānayogya
○yogya mfn. worthy of a gift Daś.
⋙ dānavajra
○vajra m. 'whose weapon is liberality' (said of Vaiśyas) MBh. i, 6487
⋙ dānavat
○vat (dā́○), mfn. having or bestowing gifts, liberal RV. viii, 32, 12 MBh. xiii, 55
⋙ dānavarman
○varman m. 'whose armour is liberality', N. of a merchant Kathās.
⋙ dānavaśīkṛ
○vaśī-kṛ to make subject by bribery, id
⋙ dānavār
○vār n. libation of water Kāv.
⋙ dānavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ dānavīra
○vīra m. 'liberality-hero', munificent man Kathās.
⋙ dānavyatyāsa
○vyatyāsa m. giving to a wrong person W.
⋙ dānavrata
○vrata Wfn. devoted to liberality
• m. pl. N. of inhabitants of Śāka-dvipa, Bh. v, 20, 28
⋙ dānaśalā
○śalā f. hall for almsgiving Subh. 127
⋙ dānaśālin
○śālin mfn. rich in gifts
• wet with rut-fluid Siṃhâs., Introd. 9
⋙ dānaśīla
○śīla mfn. liberally disposed Yājñ. MBh.
• m. N. of a translator of Lalit.
⋙ dānaśura
○śura m. = -viira Kathās.
• N. of a Bodhisattva (v. l. sūra) Buddh.
⋙ dānaśauṇḍa
○śauṇḍa mfn. 'intoxicated with giving', very liberal L.
⋙ dānasāgara
○sāgara m. 'gift-ocean', N. of wk
⋙ dānastuti
○stuti f. 'praise of liberality', N. of a kind of hymn
⋙ dānahīna
○hīna mfn. deprived of gifts MW.
⋙ dānahemādri
○hemâdri m. = -khaṇḍa
⋙ dānādhikāra
dānâdhikāra m. N. of a Buddh. wk
⋙ dānāpnas
dānâpnas mfn. abounding in gifts, Rv. x, 22, 11
⋙ dānoddyota
dānôddyota m. N. of wk
≫ dānaka
dānaka n. a paltry gift
• (ā), f. a partic. coin = 4 Paṇa Sch.
• N. of a drama
⋙ dānika
dāḍnika mfn. relating to a gift, &c. (only ifc
• cf. adhyayana-, udaka-, vara-)
≫ dānin
dānin mfn. giving, liberal BhP.
• having or receiving gifts (cf. agre-)
≫ dānīya
dānīya mfn. worthy of gifts or offerings Pāṇ. 3-3, 113 Kāś.
• n. gift, donation W.
≫ dānu
dānu mfn. liberal (cf. Uṇ. iii, 32)
• courageous L.
• m. prosperity, contentment L.
• air, wind L.
≫ dāpana
dāpana n. (fr. √1. , Caus.) forcing to give or pay (ifc.) L.
⋙ dāpanīya
dāḍpanīya mfn. to be made to give or pay Kull.
• to be got or procured from (sakāśāt Pañc. i, 141/142
⋙ dāpayitavya
dāḍpayitavya mfn. to be obliged to give or pay Kull.
⋙ dāpayitvā
dāḍpayitvā ind. p. having fined W.
⋙ dāpita
dāḍpita mfn. caused to give (acc.) to (dat.) Kathās. xxii, 149
• caused to be given, got, procured, obtained Pañc. i, 144/145 Rājat.vi, 50
• condemned to pay, fined L. (vḷ. dāyita)
⋙ dāpya
dāḍpya mfn. to te caused to give or pay Mn. Yājñ.
≫ dāman 1
dāmán n. m. a giver, donor RV.
• a liberal man MBh. xii, 3479
• (dā́○) n. giving, a gift RV. (cf. a-, su-). 1
⋙ dāmanvat
dā́manvat mfn. furnished with gifts RV. v, 79, 4
≫ dāya 1
dāya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 139
• 141) giving, presenting (cf. śata-, go-)
• m. gift, present, donation MBh. R. &c
• nuptial fee L. (cf. su-)
• gift at the ceremony of initiation W.
• handing over, delivery Mn. viii, 165
• n. game, play Pañcad.
≫ dāyaka 1
dāyaka mf(ikā)n. giving, granting, bestowing
• imparting, communicating, uttering, telling
• fulfilling, causing, effecting
MBh. Hariv. Daś. &c. (generally ifc
• cf. agni-, uttara-, jñāna- viṣa-)
≫ dāyita
dāyita under dāpana
≫ dāyin
dāyin mfn. (ifc.) giving, granting, communicating
• yielding, ceding, allowing, permitting
• causing effecting, producing, performing ChUp. Mn. MBh. Bhartṛ. &c
• having to pay, owing (acc.) Pāṇ. 2-3, 70 ; iii, 3, 170 Kāś.
≫ dāyīkṛ
dāyī-√kṛ to make a gift, Mālatim. viii, 6
≫ dāru 1
dāru mfn. liberal L. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 159)
• m. 2. dāru
≫ dāvat
dāvat prāṇa-
≫ dāvan
dāván n. only dat. ○váne (mostly as inf.) in order to give or to receive RV.
• mfn. (ifc.) giving, granting RV. AV. &c
• (○varī), f. in go-, śata-
dā 3
For √do, to cut, q.v
≫ dāta 2
dāta mfn. cut off. mowed (barhis) Pāṇ. 7-4, 46 Sch.
≫ dāti 2
dāti f. sickle, scythe Gal.
≫ dātu
dā́tu n. part, division, allotted portion or task RV. x, 90, 1
• ifc. divisible, after a numeral-fold (cf. su-, śala-, sahasra-). [Page 474, Column 3]
≫ dātṛ 2
dātṛ́ m. mowing, a mower (with acc.) RV. v, 7, 7
≫ dātra
dā́tra n. a sort of sickle or crooked knife RV. Āpast. MBh. &c
• (dātrá) allotted portion, share, possession RV.
≫ dāna 2
dā́na n. cutting off. splitting, dividing L.
• pasture, meadow RV.
• rut-fluid (which flows from an elephant's temples) MBh. Hariv. &c
• (dāná) m. (only in RV. but cf. vasu-) distribution of food or of a sacrificial meal
• imparting, communicating, liberality
• part, share, possession
• distributor, dispenser RV. vii, 27, 4
⋙ dānaukas
dānâukas m. delighting in a sacrificial meal (Indra) RV. i, 65, 1
≫ dānava
dānavá m. (fr. 2. dā́u) a class of demons often identified with the Daityas or Asuras and held to be implacable enemies of the gods or Devas
RV. AV. ŚBr. Mn. MBh. &c. (described as children of Danu and Kaśyapa, sometimes reckoned as 40 in number MBh. i, 252
• sometimes as 100 &c.)
• (ī), f. a female Danu
• mf(ī)n. belonging to the Danu MBh. R. &c
⋙ dānavaguru
○guru m. preceptor of the DṭDanu, regent of planet Venus Var.
⋙ dānavapati
○pati m. king of the Danu, N. of Rāhu Bhartṛ. =
⋙ dānavapūjita
○pūjita mfn. worshipped by the DṭDanu
• m. regent of Venus Var.
⋙ dānavapriyā
○priyā f. the betel plant L.
⋙ dānavavairin
○vairin m. enemy of the DṭDanu, N. of Siva Siṃhâs.
⋙ dānavāri
dānavâri m. id. L.
• N. of Indra R. ii, iii, 9
• pl. the gods L.
⋙ dānavendra
dānavêndra m. chief of the Danu MW.
≫ dānaveya
dānaveya m. a Dānava or demon MBh. Hariv.
≫ dānu 2
dā́nu mfn. valiant, victor, conqueror W.
• m. a class of demons (cf. dānava) RV. (f., i, 54, 7) ŚBr.
• n. a fluid, drop, dew (○nas pátī m. du, N. of Mitra-Varuṇa or of the Aśvins RV. viii, 256 ; 8, 16
• cf. ārdrá-, jīrá-)
⋙ dānucitra
○citra (dā́○), mfn. brilliant with dew or moisture RV.
⋙ dānuda
○dá mfn. trickling ib.
⋙ dānupinva
○pinvá mfn. swelling with drops (Soma) ib.
⋙ dānumat
○mat (dā́○), mfn. trickling, fluid ib.
≫ dāman 2
dā́man m. or f. allotment, share RV.
≫ dāya 2
dāyá m. share, portion, inheritance RV. TS. &c. (dāyād upâgata, obtained through inheritance, Mit
dāyam upa9ti pitus, he obtains his father's inheritance Br.)
• division, part (ifc. = fold, cf. śatá-)
• dismembering, destruction L.
• irony L.
• place, site L.
⋙ dāyakāla
○kāla m. time of dividing an inheritance Yājñ.
⋙ dāyakramasaṃgraha
○krama-saṃgraha m
⋙ dāyatattva
○tattva n. N. of wks
○tva-kṛt m. N. of an author
⋙ dāyanirṇaya
○nirṇaya m. N. of wk
⋙ dāyabandhu
○bandhu m. partner in inheritance, brother L.
⋙ dāyabhāga
○bhāga m. partition of inheritance Mn. ix, 103
• N. of wk
-ṭīkā f. and -tattva n. N. of wks
⋙ dāyarahasya
○rahasya n. N. of wk
⋙ dāyavibhāga
○vibhāga m. division of property W.
⋙ dāyahara
○hara m. receiver of inheritance, heir (cf. brahma-)
⋙ dāyāda
dāyâdá m. id. (with gen. or loc. of thing or ifc. Pāṇ. 2-3, 37, vi, 2, 5)
AV. ŚBr. Mn. Yājñ.
• a son or distant descendant or kinsman MBh. Pañc.
• (ā, ī), f. heiress, daughter AgP.
-vat mfn. having an heir MBh.
⋙ dāyādya
dāyâdya n. inheritance (g. brāhmaṇâdi) GṛS. Mn. MBh. &c
-tā f. near relationship, affinity MBh. i, 7509
⋙ dāyādhikārakramasaṃgraha
dāyâdhikāra-krama-saṃgraha m. N. of wk
⋙ dāyāpavartana
dāyâpavartana n. forfeiture of property Mn. ix. 79
⋙ dāyārha
dāyârha mfn. claimable as (or capable of being claimed as) inheritance MW.
≫ dāyaka
dāyaka m. heir, kinsman GṛS.
≫ dāyādava
dāyâdava m. id. W.
dā 4
cl. 4. P. dyáti (cf. ā- √4. ), to bind, only in dīṣva VS. xxxviii, 3 [cf. ? ?]
≫ dāma 1
dāma in comp. for dāman, p. 475
⋙ dāmakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha m. 'having a rope round neck', N. of a man
• pl. his descendants (g. upakâdi)
⋙ dāmagranthi
○granthi m. N. assumed by Nakula MBh. iv, 1020 (cf. granthika)
⋙ dāmacandra
○candra m. N. of a man MBh. vii, 7009
⋙ dāmacarita
○carita or (or ○tra), n. N. of a drama W.
⋙ dāmaśrīdāmacarita
○śrīdāma-carita (or ○tra), n. N. of a drama W.
⋙ dāmajātaśrī
○jāta-śrī m. N. of a prince (on coins)
⋙ dāmatūṣa
○tūṣa mfn. having threads for fringes TāṇḍyaBr.
⋙ dāmadaśa
○daśa mfn. id. Lāṭy.
⋙ dāmalih
○lih mfn. licking or wishing to lick a rope
⋙ dāmalihya
○lihya Nom. P., ○ti, to wish to lick a rope Pāṇ. 8-2, 37 Kāś.
⋙ dāmasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a prince
⋙ dāmāñcana
dāmâñcana (cf. L.),
⋙ cala
cala (cf. Śiś. v, 61), n. a foot-rope
⋙ dāmodara
dāmôdara m. having a rope round waist', N. of Kṛishṇa MBh. Hariv.
• of 12th month VarBṛS.
• of 9th Arhat of past Ut-sarpiṇī L.
• of 2 kings of Kaśmira Rājat. &c
• of a river (held sacred by the Santāls) MW.
-gupta m. N. of a poet Rājat. iv, 495
-tantra n. N. of wk
-datta and -deva m. N. of 2 men
-paddhati f. N. of wk
-bhūti m. N. of a man
-miśra m. N. of author of one recension of the Hanūman-nāṭaka
○râraṇya n. N. of a forest Rājat. vi, 183
○rīya mfn. relating to (king) Dāmodara Rājat. i, 157
⋙ dāmoṣṇīṣa
dāmôṣṇīṣa m. m. N. of an ancient sage MBh. (v. l. ○nīva and ○nīśa) [Page 475, Column 1]
○ṣi m. patr. fr. ○ṣa
○ṣya m. patr. ft. ○ṣi (g. kurv-ādi)
≫ dāma 2
dāma n. (ifc., where also -ka) wreath, garland MBh. Hariv.
• (ā́), f. id. RV. viii, 61, 6
≫ dāman 3
dā́man n. (m. L.) string, cord, rope, fetter RV. AV. ŚBr. MBh. &c
• girdle
• chaplet, wreath, garland for forehead MBh. Hariv. Kāv.
• large bandage Suśr.
• a partic. constellation VarBṛS.
• N. of a friend of Kṛishṇa = śri-d○ (cf. below)
• ifc. either in proper N. (cf. āśā-d○) or in adj. (where, after a numeral, the fem. must end in ī e.g. dvi-dāmnī Pāṇ. 4-1, 27). [Cf. Gk. [475, 1] ? in ? ? ? in, ? ? .]
⋙ dāmanī
dā́ḍmanī f. (ifc. also ○nīka) a long rope to which calves are tied by means of shorter ropes Hariv.
⋙ dāmanḍāmanvat
○ḍā́man-vat mfn. furnished with cords RV. vi, 24, 4
dā 5
For √de, q.v
≫ dā 6
f. (√de), protection, defence L.
dā 7
For √dai, q.v
≫ dā 8
f. (√das) cleansing, purifying L.
≫ dāta 3
dāta mfn. cleansed, purified Pāṇ. 7-4, 46 (cf. ava-, vyava-)
≫ dāna 3
dāna n. purification L.
dākṣa
dākṣa mf(ī)n. (fr. dakṣa) relating to Daksha (cf. Hariv.) or to Dākshi (cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 112)
• southern, dwelling in the south SŚaṃkar.
• m. or n. the south (in ○ṣasyâyana n. the sun's progress towards south, the winter solstice and sacrifice then performed Mn. vi, 10 [vḷ. dakṣ○])
• m. pl. N. of the disciples of a partic. school ( kumārī-d○)
⋙ dākṣaka
dākḍṣaka mfn. inhabited by the Dākshis (g. rājanyâdi)
• n. a number of descendants of Daksha L.
≫ dākṣāyaṇa
dākṣāyaṇá mf(ī)n. coming from or relating to Daksha VS.
• m. a son or descendant of Daksha VS. ŚBr. &c
• a partic. sacrifice (cf. -yajña)
• (ī), f. N. of any daughter of Daksha (Aditi, Diti, Kadrū &c.) MBh. R. BhP. &c. (pl. the 27 lunar mansions considered as daughters of Daksha and wives of the Moon, among whom Rohiṇī is the favourite L.)
• Croton Polyandrum L.
• n. the posterity of Daksha BhP. iv, 1
• gold or a gold ornament (cf. -hastá, below)
• = dākṣasyâyana (under dākṣa)
⋙ dākṣāyaṇabhakta
○bhakta n. district inhabited by Dākshas (g. aiṣukāryâdi)
⋙ dākṣāyaṇayajña
○yajñá m. a partic. sacrifice Br.
○ñika mf(ī)n. relating to it ŚāṅkhŚr.
○ñin mfn. id. ŚBr.
⋙ dākṣāyaṇahasta
○hastá mfn. having gold in the hand ŚBr. vi, 7, 4, 2
⋙ dākṣāyaṇīpa
dākṣāyaṇīpa
⋙ dākṣāyaṇīpati
dākṣāyaṇī-pati
⋙ dākṣāyaṇīramaṇa
dākṣāyaṇī-ramaṇa m. the protector, husband, lover of Daksha (i.e. Durgā or Rohiṇī), Siva or the Moon L.,
⋙ dākṣāyaṇyagnipraveśa
dākṣāyaṇy-agni-praveśa m. N. of a ch. of SivaP.
≫ dākṣāyaṇin
dākṣāyaṇin mfn. wearing golden ornaments Yājñ. i, 133
• m. a Brāhman student W.
⋙ dākṣāyaṇya
dākṣāyaḍṇya m. the son of the Dākshāyaṇi Aditi, the Sun MBh. xiii, 6831
⋙ dākṣāyiṇī
dākṣāḍyiṇī f. wṛ. for ○yaṇī (above)
≫ dākṣi
dākṣi m. a son of Daksha Pāṇ. 4-1, 93
• (ī), f. a daughter of Daksha, i, 65
⋙ dākṣikanthā
○kanthā f. N. of a village Pāṇ. 2-4, 20
○thiya mfn. relating to it, iv, 2, 142
⋙ dākṣikarṣa
○karṣa m. N. of a village, vi, 2, 129
⋙ dākṣikarṣū
○karṣū f. N. of a place
○ṣuka mfn. iv, 2, 104 Vārtt. 7 Pat.
⋙ dākṣikūla
○kūla n. N. of a village, vi, 2, 129
⋙ dākṣigrāma
○grāma m
⋙ dākṣinagara
○nagara n
⋙ dākṣipalada
○palada m. or n
⋙ dākṣihrada
○hrada m. N. of places
○mīya, ○rīya, &c., mfn. relating to Dākshi-grāma, Dākshi-nagara &c., iv, 2, 142
⋙ dākṣīputra
dākṣīputra m. metron. of Pāṇini L.
≫ dākṣeya
dākṣeya m. 'son of Dākshī', metron. of Pāṇini L. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 120)
• (ī), f. 'daughter of Dākshi' (?), metron. of the mother of parrots MBh. xiii, 275 (cf. R. iii, 20, 17, 18)
≫ dākṣya
dākṣya n. (fr. dákṣa) cleverness, skill, fitness, capability, industry MBh. Kāv. &c
dākṣāyya
dākṣāyya m. a vulture L.
dākṣiṇa
dākṣiṇá nif(ī)n. (fr. dákṣiṇā f.) belonging or relating to a sacrificial fee ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr.
• relating to the south W.
• (ā), f. the southern country, i.e. the Deccan ( below, -ja)
• n. a collection of sacrificial fees (g. bhikṣâdi)
• pl. N. of a Kāṇḍa of TS.
⋙ dākṣiṇaśāla
○śāla mfn. relating to a hall situated to the south Pāṇ. 4-2, 107 Kāś.
⋙ dākṣiṇahoma
○homa m. the oblation connected with the sacrificial fee Vait. xxi, 23
⋙ dākṣiṇāgnika
dākṣiṇâgnika mf(ī)n. performed in the southern fire, MānSr
⋙ dākṣiṇāja
dākṣiṇā-ja m. inhabitant of the Deccan Nir. vi, 9
• (f. ī), iv, 5
⋙ dākṣiṇāpathaka
dākṣiṇā-pathaka mf(ī)n. relating to Dakshiṇā-patha (g. dhūmâdi)
⋙ dākṣiṇārdhika
dākṣiṇârdhika mf(ī)n. = dakṣiṇârdhyá Pat.
≫ dākṣiṇātya
dākṣiṇātya mf(ā)n. (fr. dakṣiṇā ind. Pāṇ. 4-2, 98) southerly, southern, belonging to or living in or coming from the south or Deccan MBh. Hariv. &c. [Page 475, Column 2]
• (also ○tyaka mf[○tyikā]n. Pāṇ. 7-3, 44 Vārtt. 5 Pat.)
• m. (or n. ?) the south Hariv. 6200
• cocoa-nut L.
• pl. inhabitants of the Deccan MBh. Hariv.
≫ dākṣiṇika
dākṣiṇika mf(ī)n. connected with a sacrificial fee Sch.
≫ dākṣiṇīya
dākṣiṇīya mfn. = dakṣiṇīya L. (vḷ.)
≫ dākṣiṇya
dākṣiṇya mfn. belonging to or worthy of a sacrificial fee L.
• n. dexterity, skill, officiousness, gallantry, kindness, consideration, piety (with loc., gen. or ifc.) Hariv. K. &c
• the ritual of the right hand Sāktas L.
• N. of a Tantra
⋙ dākṣiṇyavat
○vat mfn. amiable, kind ○vad-dara mfn. having a kind wife
⋙ dākṣiṇyatā
○tā Prasaṅg.
⋙ dākṣiṇyasampanna
○sampanna mfn. coming from the south
• possessing kindness Kāvyâd. ii, 174
dāgavyāyani
dāgavyāyani m. 'son of Dagu', N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 155 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
dāḍaka
dāḍaka m. tooth, tusk (cf. dāḍhā)
dāḍima
dāḍima mf(ī)n. the pomegranate tree MBh. Hariv. Suśr. (n. also its fruit
○māni danś, to bite pomegranates, said of a hard or unwelcome task Vām. iii, 2, 14)
• small cardamoms L.
• mfn. being on the pomegṭpomegranates tree Suśr.
⋙ dāḍimapattraka
○pattraka m. Soyimida Febrifuga or Amoora Rohitaka L.
⋙ dāḍimapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. id. L. (also -ka)
• n. the flower of the pomegṭpomegranates tree Suśr.
⋙ dāḍimapriya
○priya and m. 'liking and eating pomegṭpomogranates', parrot L.
⋙ dāḍimabhakṣaṇa
○bhakṣaṇa m. 'liking and eating pomegṭpomogranates', parrot L.
⋙ dāḍimabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ dāḍimīvat
dāḍiḍmī-vat mfn. planted with pomegranate trees Pāṇ. 8-2, 9 Kāś.
⋙ dāḍimīsāra
dāḍiḍmī-sāra m. = dādima L.
⋙ dāḍimba
dāḍimba m. the pomegṭpomegranates tree L.
dāḍī
dāḍī f. a kind of plant and its fruit (g. harītaky-ādi
• cf. doḍī and dāli)
dāḍhā
dāḍhā f. (= and prob. fr. daṃṣṭrā) large tooth, tusk L.
• wish, desire L.
• number, multitude L.
⋙ dāḍhikā
dāḍḍhikā f. (fr. daṃṣṭrikā) the beard, the whiskers Mn. viii, 283
• tooth, tusk L.
dāṇḍa 1
dāṇḍa mf(ī)n. relating to a stick or to punishment W.
• m. patr. fr. daṇḍa, (g. śivâdi)
• (ā), f. a partic. game with sticks Pāṇ. 4-2, 57 Kāś.
• n. the being a staff (g. pṛthv-ādi)
• multitude of staff-bearers, vi, 4, 164 Sch.
⋙ dāṇḍagrāhika
○grāhika m. patr. fr. daṇḍa-grāha (g. revaty-ādi)
⋙ dāṇḍapāṇika
○pāṇika m. (fr. daṇḍa-pāṇi) relating to a police officer Sch. on Hāla 536
⋙ dāṇḍapātā
○pātā f. (fr. daṇḍa-pāta, scil. tithi) stick-throwing', a partic. festival Pāṇ. 4-2, 58 Kāś. (cf. tailam-, śainam-)
⋙ dāṇḍapāyana
○pāyana m. patr. fr. daṇḍa-pa (g. naḍâdi)
⋙ dāṇḍapāśika
○pāśika m. = daṇḍapāśaka, Deśīn. ii, 99
⋙ dāṇḍamāthika
○māthika mf(ī)n. (fr. daṇḍa-mātha) churning with a straight stick (?) Pāṇ. 4-4, 37 Kāś.
⋙ daṇḍājinika
daṇḍâjinika mf(ī)n. (fr. daṇḍâjina) carrying a staff and skin (as mere outward signs of religion), m. cheat, rogue, hypocrite Pāṇ. 5-2, 76
≫ daṇḍaka
daṇḍaka m. N. of a Bhoja (v. l. ○kya)
≫ dāṇḍaki
dāṇḍaki m. patr. fr. daṇḍaka
• pl. N. of a tribe belonging to the Tri-gartas Pāṇ. 5-3, 116 Kāś.
⋙ dāṇḍakīya
dāṇḍḍakīya m. a prince of the Dāṇḍakis ib.
⋙ dāṇḍakya
dāṇḍḍakya m. N. of a prince Kām. i, 56 (v. l. ○daka)
≫ dāṇḍāyana
dāṇḍāyana m. patr. fr. daṇḍa (?), only in comp
⋙ dāṇḍāyanasthalaka
○sthalaka mf(ī)n. relating to ○sthalī (g. dhūmâdi)
⋙ dāṇḍāyanasthalī
○sthalī f. N. of a village Pāṇ. 6-2, 129 Kāś.
≫ dāṇḍika
dāṇḍika mf(ī)n. inflicting punishment, punishing MBh. xii, 2135
• m. punisher Pāṇ. 4-4, 12 Sch.
⋙ dāṇḍikya
dāṇḍiḍkya n. the office of a rod-bearer or policeman (g. purohitâdi)
≫ dāṇḍin
dāṇḍin m. pl. the school of Daṇḍa (g. śaunakâdi)
⋙ dāṇḍināyana
dāḍṇḍināyana m. patr. fr. daṇḍin Pāṇ. 6-4, 174
dāta 4
dāta m. pl. N. of a school of AV.
dātyūha
dātyūha m. a gallinule Mn. MBh. R. &c
• Cuculus Melanoleucus L.
• a cloud L.
⋙ dātyūhaka
dāḍtyūhaka m. a little gallinule R. iii, 79, 11
⋙ dātyauha
dāḍtyauhá m. a gallinule VS. xxiv, 25, 39 MaitrS. iii, 14, 6 (accord. to Pāṇ. 7-3, 1 fr. ditya-vah)
dādā
dādā dādâkhya-bhaṭṭa, or dādā-bhāi m. N. of several authors
dādū
dādū m. N. of founder of a sect RTL. 178 ; 268
⋙ dādūpanthin
○panthin m. pl. his followers ib.
dādhika
dādhika mf(ī)n. (fr. dadhi) made of or mixed or sprinkled with coagulated milk Pāṇ. 4-2, 18 ; 3, 22. 26
• carrying about or selling it, 4, 8
• eating anything with it Siddh. ib.
• m. N. of a princely race
• n. a kind of broth Suśr.
• ifc. f. ā ib. [Page 475, Column 3]
dādhikra
dādhikra mf(ī)n. relating to Dadhi-krā AitBr. vi, 36
• n. (agnes) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
dādhittha
dādhittha nif(ī)n. (fr. dadhittha) relating to Feronia Elephantum, P. iv, 3, 140, Kāś
• n. its resin Suśr.
dādhīca
dādhīca mf(ī)n. relating to Dadhīci or Dadhyac
• m. patr. of Cyavana TāṇḍBr.
dādhṛvi
dā́dhṛvi mfn. (√dhṛ) able to bear (bháradhyai) RV. vi, 66, 3
dādhṛṣi
dā́dhṛṣi mfn. (√dhriṣ) courageous, bold RV. AV.
dādhreyaka
dādhreyaka m. a patr. (a]so pl.) Pravar.
dān
dān (cf. Dhātup. xxiii, 25), cl. 1 P, Ā. and 10.P. dānati, ○te and nayati, to cut off
• Desid' P. Ā. dīdāṃsati, ○te, to be or make straight Pāṇ. 3-1, 6
dānta 1
dāntá mfn. (√dam) tamed, broken in, restrained, subdued
• mild, patient Br. Mn. MBh. &c
• liberal L.
• m. a tamed ox or steer (cf. damya) Rājat. v, 432
• a donor, giver W.
• Ficus Indica or = damanaka L.
• N. of a son of Bhīma Nal. 1, 9
• of a bull Kathās. xvi, 295
• pl. of a school of the AV.
• (ā), f. of an Apsaras MBh. xiii, 1425
⋙ dāntadeva
○deva
⋙ dāntabhadra
○bhadra and m. N. of men
⋙ dāntasena
○sena m. N. of men
≫ dānti
dānti f. sell-restraint, patience L.
≫ dāntvā
dāntvā ind. p. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 56) having subdued or tamed
dānta 2
dānta mf(ī)n. (fr. danta) made of ivory MBh. R. Suśr.
⋙ dāntaka
dānḍtaka and mf(ī)n. id. R.
⋙ dāntika
dānḍtika mf(ī)n. id. R.
dānta 3
dânta mfn. ending in , MānGr, i, 18 Gobh. ii, 8, 16
dābha
dābha mf(ī)n. hurting, injuring TS. ii, 4, 3, 1
⋙ dābhya
dāḍbhya mfn. a-dābhya
dāmana
dāmana nif(ī)n. (fr. damana) relating to the Artemisia flower
⋙ dāmanaparvan
○parvan n. the 14th day in light half of the month Caitra (a festival on which flowers are gathered) L.
⋙ dāmani
dāmani m. patr. fr. damana pl. N. of a warrior tribe, P. v, 3, 116
○manīya m. a prince of the Dāmanis ib.
dāmalipta
dāmalipta 1n. pl. N. of a people VP. ii, 2, 177
• n. and (ā), f. N. of a town, Daśak. (cf. tāma-, or tāmra-)
dāmoda
dāmoda m. pl. N. of a school of AV.
dāmpatya
dāmpatya n. (fr. dam-pati) state of husband and wife, matrimonial relationship Pur.
dāmbha
dāmbha mf(ī)n. (fr. dambha) deceitful, hypocritical Nalac.
≫ dāmbhika
dāmbhika mf(ī)n. id
• m. a cheat, hypocrite Mn. MBh. Hariv.
• Ardea Nivea L. (cf. baka)
dāmbhola
dāmbhola a- (add.)
dāy
dāy cl. 1. Ā. dāyate (cf. Dhātup.xiv, 9) to give
dāra 1
dāra Inf(ī)n. (√dṝ) tearing up, rending (cf. bhū-)
• m. rent, cleft, hole TāṇḍyaBr. xv, 3, 7 (cf. udara-, karbu-, a-dāra-sṛt)
• (ī), f. id. Suśr.
⋙ dāraṇa
dāḍraṇa mf(ī)n. tearing, splitting, rending (w. gen. or ifc.) MBh.
• (ī), f. N. of Durgā Hariv.
• n. the act of tearing &c
• bursting, flying open
• a means of opening Suśr.
• the clearing-nut plant L.
≫ dāraka 1
dāraka mf(ikā)n. breaking, tearing, splitting (cf. loha- and śatru-)
• m. a hog L.
• N. of Kṛishṇas charioteer (cf. i. dāruka) L.
• (ikā), f. rent, chink (cf. pāda-)
≫ dāri
dāri mfn. splitting, tearing asunder (cf. veṇu-)
≫ dārita
dārita mfn. torn, rent, divided MBh. &c
≫ dārin 1
dārin mfn. id., with gen. (or ifc.) MBh.
≫ dāru 2
dārú mfn. breaking, splitting (Indra) RV. vii, 6, 1
• m. an artist L.
≫ dāruka 1
dāruka m. N. of Kṛishṇa's charioteer MBh.
• of an incarnation of Śiva VāyuP.
⋙ dāruki
dāḍrúki m. (patr. fr. ○ka) N. of Pradyumna's charioteer MBh.
dāra 2
dāra m. pl. (probably not connected with s. dāra and √dṝ, but cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 20 Vārtt. 4) a wife (wives) GṛS. Mn. MBh. &c. (○ānkṛ or pra-kṛ, take to wife, marry MBh.
• cf. kṛta-)
• rarely m. sg. (Āp. i, 14, 24 Gaut. xxii, 29), f. sg. (cf. BhP. vii, 14, ī) and n. pl. (cf. Pañc. i, 450)
⋙ dārakarman
○karman n. taking a wife, marrying Mn. iii, 5, 12. [Page 476, Column 1]
⋙ dārakriyā
○kriyā f. id. MBh. R.
⋙ dāragava
○gava n. a wife and cows Pāṇ. 5-4, 77
⋙ dāragrahaṇa
○grahaṇa = -karman MBh.
⋙ dāratyāgin
○tyāgin m. a repudiator of his wife Śak. 130
⋙ dāraparigraha
○parigraha m.= -karman Mn. ix, 336
○hin m. one who takes a wife L.
⋙ dārabalibhuj
○bali-bhuj wṛ. for dvāra-b○
⋙ dārarakṣitaka
○rakṣitaka mfn. relating to the protection of women
⋙ dāralakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. sign of wifehood Mn.viii, 237
⋙ dārasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m. = -karmnan MBh.
⋙ dārasambandha
○sambandha m. union with a wife marriage MBh. i, 7240
⋙ dārasuta
○suta n. sg. wife and child Yājñ. ii, 175
⋙ dāraḍārāṇukramaṇa
○ḍārâṇukramaṇa n. N. of a ch. of the PSarv.
⋙ dārādhigamana
dārâdhigamana n. 'wifegoing', marriage Mn. i, 112
⋙ dārādhīna
dārâdhīna mfn. dependent on a wife Mn. ix, 28
⋙ dāropasaṃgraha
dārôpasaṃgraha m. 'wife-taking', marriage Yājñ. i, 56
≫ dāraka 2
dāraka m. (rather connected with 2. dāra than with √dṛ) a boy, son, child
MBh. Mṛicch. Pañc. Suśr.
• young animal Pur.
• (ikā), f. a girl, daughter Hariv. Kathās. (akī BhP. iv, 28, 21)
• harlot L.
• (akau), m. du. a boy and girl Nal.
⋙ dārakācārya
dārakâcārya m. 'boy-preceptor', schoolmaster Lalit.
⋙ dārikādāna
dārikā-dāna n. gift of a daughter in marriage Kām. ix, 6
≫ dārin 2
dārin m. 'having a wife or wives', a husband W.
dārada
dārada mf(ī)n. coming from the country of the Darads or Daradas (g. sindhv-ādi)
• m. a kind of poison L.
• m. quicksilver L.
• the ocean L.
• m. and n. vermilion L.
• m. pl. N. of a people (probably w. r. for darada MBh.)
dāridra
dāridra n. probably wṛ. for
⋙ dāridrya
dāriḍdrya n. poverty Mricch. VarBṛ. Pañc. Hit.
dārila
dārila m. N. of Sch. on Kauś.
dāru 3
dā́ru m. n. (g. ardharcâdi) a piece of wood, wood, timber
RV. AV. TS. Br. Up. MBh. R. &c. (usually n. m. only Hariv. 15522)
• n. Pinus Devadāru Suśr.
• ore L. [connected with 4. dru and taru ; cf. also Zd. dauru
• Gk. ?, ? ; Goth. triu ; [476, 1] Germ. trewo ; Eng. tree]
⋙ dārukaccha
○kaccha m. or n. N. of a district
○cchaka mfn. relating to it Pāṇ. 4-2, 126 Kāś.
⋙ dārukadalī
○kadalī f. a kind of wild plantain ( = vana-) L.
⋙ dārukarṇin
○karṇin m. 'having wooden earrings', N. of Bhavila Buddh.
⋙ dārukarman
○karman n. wood-carving Kād.
⋙ dārukṛtya
○kṛtya n. anything to be made of wood Pañc. i, 108
⋙ dārugandhā
○gandhā f. a kind of perfume L.
⋙ dārugarbhā
○garbhā f. wooden puppet, doll L.
⋙ dāruja
○ja mfn. made of wood, wooden AgP. Hcat.
• m. a kind of drum L.
⋙ dārutīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha ŚivaP.
⋙ dāruniśā
○niśā f. a species of Curcuma Car.
⋙ dārupattrī
○pattrī f. Balanites Roxburghī L.
⋙ dāruparvata
○parvata m. N. of a palace Veṇis. i, 46/47
⋙ dārupātra
○pātrá n. a wooden vessel, MānŚr
⋙ dārupītā
○pītā f. = -niśā L.
⋙ dāruputtrikā
○puttrikā f. (cf. Kathās.),
⋙ dāruputtrī
○puttrī f. (cf. L.) = -garbhā
⋙ dāruphala
○phala m. or n. Pistachio (tree and nut)
○laka n. window-shutter HPariś.
⋙ dārubrahmarasa
○brahma-rasa m. a partic. medicine
⋙ dārumatsyāhvaya
○matsyâhvaya m. a lizard L.
⋙ dārumaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of wood, wooden (○yi nārī, yoṣā or strī, a wooden doll MBh.
citi, a funeral pile BhP. iv, 28, 50)
⋙ dārumukhyāhvaya
○mukhyâhvaya or m. = matsyâhvaya L.
⋙ dārumukhyāhva
○mukhyâhva m. = matsyâhvaya L.
⋙ dārumuca
○muca m. or n. (med.) white arsenic
⋙ dārumūkhā
○mūkhā (ṣā?), f. id. Bhpr. iii, 25
⋙ dāruyantra
○yantra n. a wooden puppet moved by strings MBh. v, 5405
⋙ dāruvarman
○varman m. N. of a man Mudr.
⋙ dāruvaha
○vaha mfn. bearing or carrying timber Pāṇ. 6-3, 121 Vārtt.
⋙ dāruśailamaya
○śailamaya mf(ī)n. wooden or stony AgP.
⋙ dāruṣaṭka
○ṣaṭka n. a partic. mixture Bhpr. iv, 34
⋙ dārusitā
○sitā f. cinnamon in sticks Bhpr. i, 188
⋙ dārustrī
○strī f. a wooden doll L.
⋙ dāruharidrā
○haridrā f. = -niśā Suśr.
⋙ dāruhasta
○hasta or m. a wooden spoon or ladle L.
⋙ dāruhastaka
○hasḍtaka m. a wooden spoon or ladle L.
⋙ dārudārvāghāṭa
○dārv-āghāṭá or m. the woodpecker
⋙ dāruāghāṭa
○ā́ghāṭa (cf. VS.) and m. the woodpecker
⋙ dāruāghāta
○āghāta (cf. L.) m. the woodpecker
⋙ dārvāhāra
dārv-āhā́ra m. a collector of wood VS. xxx, 12
≫ dārava
dārava mf(ī)n. wooden, made of wood or coming from wood Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ dāravīya
dāraḍvīya mfn. id. Vām. v, 2, 55 Bālar. ii, 33/34
≫ dāruka 2
dāruka n. Pinus Devadaru L.
• (ā), f. a wooden doll or puppet L.
⋙ dārukāvana
dāruḍkā-vana n. N. of a wood SivaP.
⋙ dārukeśvaratīrtha
dāruḍkêśvaratīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha ib.
≫ dāruṇa
dāruṇá (cf. Uṇ. iii, 53)
⋙ dāruṇa
dā́ruṇa mf(ā, once ī)n. hard, harsh (opp. mṛdu) ŚBr. MBh. Suśr.
• rough, sharp, severe, cruel, pitiless
• dreadful, frightful
• intense, violent
Mn. MBh. R. Śak. Pañc. &c
• (in comp. or ○am before a vb. to express excellence or superiority, g. kāṣṭhâdi)
• m. Plumbago Zeylanica L.
• n. harshness, severity, horror MBh.
○ṇaka n. N. of a disease of the roots of the hair Suśr.
○ṇya n. harshness (of sound, TPrat. ii, 10)
⋙ dāruṇakarman
○karman n. violent treatment (of diseases) Suśr.
⋙ dāruṇatā
○tā f. harshness, dreadfulness MBh. VarBṛS. [Page 476, Column 2]
⋙ dāruṇavapus
○vapus mfn. of frightful shape MBh.
⋙ daruṇākṛti
daruṇâkṛti mfn. id. Nal.
⋙ dāruṇātman
dāruṇâtman mfn. hard-hearted, cruel Śak.
⋙ dāruṇādhyāpaka
dāruṇâdhyāpaka m. an indefatigable teacher Pāṇ. 8-1, 67, Kāś.
≫ dāruṇāya
dāruṇāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to act harshly or cruelly Naish. i, 80
≫ dārva
dārva mf(ī)n. wooden Pur.
• m. pl. N. of a people (generally associated with the Abhi-sāras) MBh. Hariv. &c
• (ī), f. Curcuma Aromatica or Xanthorrhiza, also a kind of collyrium extracted from it Suśr.
• = deva-dāru L.
• = go-jihvikā L.
⋙ dārvipattrikā
dārvi-pattrikā f. N. of a plant = go-jihvā L.
⋙ dārvihomika
dārvi-homika mfn. = ○viihaumika Comm. on Nyāyam. viii, 4, 2
⋙ dārvīkvāthodbhava
dārvī-kvāthôdbhava n. collyrium prepared from Curcuma Aromatica or Xanthorrhiza L.
⋙ darvihaumika
darvihaumika mf(ī)n. (fr. darviihoma) relating to an oblation made with a ladle Suśr.
≫ dārvaka
dārvaka mf(ikā)n. relating to the Dārvas Pāṇ. 4-2, 125 Kāś.
• (ikā), f. N. of a plant = go-jihvā L.
• collyrium prepared from Curcuma Aromatica or Xanthorrhiza L.
• N. of a river VāyuP. iv, 24, 18
dārodara
dāro-dara mf(ī)n. (fr. darddara) connected with gambling Nalôd. iii, 7
dārghasattra
dārghasattra mf(ī)n. (fr. dīrgha.) connected with a long sacrifice Pāṇ. 7-3, 1
dārḍhacyuta
dārḍhacyuta m. patr. fr. dṛḍhacyuta Pravar.
• n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy. vii, 4, 1
dārḍhya
dārḍhya a. (fr. dṛḍha) hardness, fixedness, stability, strength, corroboration
Suśr. Kām. Rājat.
dārteya
dārteya m. patr. (fr. dṛti) Kāṭh. TāṇḍyaBr.
dārdura
dārdura mf(ī)n, (fr. dardura) relating to a cloud Hariv. 4162
• a frog's (bite) Car. vi, 23
• belonging to the mountain Dardura R. ii, 15, 33
• n. a conch-shell the valve of which opens to the right L.
• lac L.
• water L.
• the ways of a frog L.
⋙ dārduraka
dārḍduraka or mf(ikā)n. belonging to a frog BhP. ii, 3, 20
⋙ dārdurika
dārduḍrika mf(ikā)n. belonging to a frog BhP. ii, 3, 20
dārbha
dārbha mf(ī)n. made of Darbha grass Lāṭy.
⋙ dārbhāyaṇa
dārḍbhāyaṇa and m. patr. fr. Darbha Pāṇ. 4-1, 102 Sch.
⋙ dārbhi
dārḍbhi m. patr. fr. Darbha Pāṇ. 4-1, 102 Sch.
⋙ dārbhya
dārḍbhyá or m. id. (g. kurv-ādi) RV. v, 61, 17 (applied to śyāvâśva) TS. ii, 6, 2, 3
⋙ dārbhya
dārḍbhyá m. id. (g. kurv-ādi) RV. v, 61, 17 (applied to śyāvâśva) TS. ii, 6, 2, 3
dārvaṭa
dārvaṭa n. (fr. Pers. ?) a court or council-house L. (cf. darbhaṭa)
dārvaṇḍa
dārvaṇḍa m. a peacock L.
dārvan
dārvan m. N. of a son of Uśīnara VP. (cf. darvā)
dārśa
dārśa mf(ī)n. (fr. darśa) relating to the new moon or the new moon sacrifice Kauś. 24
• m. (scil. yajña) the new moon sacrifice Mn. vi, 9
⋙ dārśapaurṇamāsika
dārḍśa-paurṇamāsika mf(ī)n. belonging to the Darśa-pūrṇamāsa sacrifice ŚāṅkhŚr. v, 18, 7
⋙ dārśika
dārḍśika mf(ī)n. and mf(ā)n. relating to the new moon or the new moon sacrifice Comm. on ĀpŚr. x, 21, 6 and TS. iii, 2, 2, 3
⋙ dārśya
dārśya mf(ā)n. relating to the new moon or the new moon sacrifice Comm. on ĀpŚr. x, 21, 6 and TS. iii, 2, 2, 3
dārśanika
dārśanika mf(ī)n. (fr. darśana) acquainted or connected with the Darśanas or philosophical systems L.
dārṣada
dārṣada mf(ī)n. (fr. dṛṣad) ground on a stone Pāṇ. 4-2, 92 Sch.
• stony, mineral W.
⋙ dārṣadvata
dārḍṣadvata n. (fr. dṛṣadvatī) N. of a Sattra, ŚrS.
dārṣṭānta
dārṣṭânta nif(ī)n. (fr. dṛṣṭânta) explained by an example or simile L.
⋙ dārṣṭāntika
dārṣṭânḍtika mf(ī)n. id. Śaṃk. on Bādar. ii, 3, 24
• one who uses an example or simile as a proof. Sch.
≫ dārṣṭiviṣayika
dārṣṭiviṣayika mf(ī)n. (fr. dṛṣṭi and vishaya) perceptible by the eye Nir. vii, 8
dāla
dāla n. (fr. dala) a kind of honey produced from petals (cf. dala-ja) L.
• (ā), f. colocynth Bhpr.
• (ī), f. a kind of plant = deva-dālī L.
• m. a sort of grain = Paspalum Frumentaceum W. (cf. rajju-)
⋙ dālaka
dāḍlaka rajju-
• (ikā), f. colocynth Bhpr.
≫ dālaki
dālaki m. N. of a preceptor VāyuP.
≫ dālana
dālana n. (√dal) decay (of the teeth) Suśr.
dālabhya
dālabhya = dālbhya
dālava
dālava m. a sort of poison L. dālima m. the Pomegranate tree (cf. dādima). [Page 476, Column 3]
⋙ dālavaphala
○phala n. a pomegṭpomegranate Amar. i 3
dālbha
dālbha mf(ī)n. relating to Dālbhya ( below) Pāṇ. 4-2, 111 (g. kaṇvâdi)
⋙ dālbhi
dālḍbhi m. (fr. dalbha) patr. of Vaka Kāṭh.
⋙ dālbhya
dālḍbhya m. (fr. dalbha, iv, i, 105) patr. of Keśin TāṇḍyaBr. xiii, i 0, 8
• of Vaka ChUp. i, 2, 13
• of Caikitāyana ChUp. i, 8, 1
• N. of a grammarian VPrāt. iv, 15
-ghoṣa m. N. of an ancient sage MBh. iii, 8383
-parisiṣṭa n. N. of wk
⋙ dālbhyaka
dālḍbhyaka m. N. of an ancient sage BrahmaP.
dālmi
dālmi m. N. of Indra L. (cf. dalmi)
dāva
dāvá m. (fr. √2. du Pāṇ. 3-1, 142) conflagration, esp. a forest conflagration ŚBr. MBh. &c
• fire, heat
• distress L.
• m. n. a forest MBh. (always connected with fire) Ragh. ii, 8
⋙ dāvadahanajvālākalāpaya
○dahanajvālā-kalāpaya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble the sheet of flame in a burning forest Gīt. iv, 10
⋙ dāvapa
○pá m. one who keeps watch over a forest on fire VS. xxx, 16
⋙ dāvaparīta
○parī7ta mfn. surrounded by fire VarBṛS. xxiv, 15
⋙ dāvalatā
○latā f. a creeper in a burning fṭfire BhP. iv, 8, 16
⋙ dāvavivarjita
○vivarjita mfn. free from fire
⋙ dāvasu
○su m. N. of an Āṅgirasa TāṇḍyaBr.
-nidhana n. N. of a Sāman ib.
⋙ dāvāgni
dāvâgni m. fire in a forest MBh. Hariv.
⋙ dāvānila
dāvânila m. id. Pañc. Kathās.
dāvika
dāvika mfn. coming from the river Devikā (water) Pāṇ. 7-3, 1 Sch.
⋙ dāvikākūla
dāvikā-kūla mfn. (rice &c.) coming from the banks (kūla) of the Devikā ib.
dāś 1
dāś (the finite forms only in RV. and once in ŚBr., below), cl. 1. P. dā́śti, i, 93, 10 ; 151, 7 &c., Ā. ○te Dhātup. xxi, 18 (rarely cl. 2. 5. P. dāṣṭi, i, 127, 4
dāśnóti, viii, 4, 6 [the latter also = √dās]
• pf. dadā́sa, i, 36, 4 &c
• Subj. dádāśati, ○śas, ○śat, i, 156, 2 ; 94, 15 ; 91, 20 &c
• p. dadāśvás [dat. ○śúṣe, i, 112, 20 &c.], dāśivás [only SV. i, 2, 5, 1, 1] and dāśvás see below), to serve or honour a god (dat. or acc.) with (instr.), i, 68, 6 ; vii, 14, 3 &c. ; v, 41, 16 ; viii, 19, 4
• offer or present (acc.) to (dat.), grant, give, bestow, i, 93, 3 ; ii, 19, 4 &c.: Caus. P. dāśayati, offer, present ŚBr. i, 6, 2, 5. [Cf. daśasya, and Gk. ? in ? -a, ? -a.] [476, 3]
≫ dāś 2
dā́ś f. worship, veneration RV. i, 127, 7
• m. worshipper, vi, 16, 26 (cf. dū- and puro-)
⋙ dāśaspati
dāśas-pati m. lord of oblations, one who offers much Sch.
-patya mf(ā)n. offering much milk (cow) TāṇḍyaBr. xiii, 5, 26, 27
• n. N. of a Sāman ib.
≫ dāśa 1
dāśa puro-
≫ dāśu
dāśu mfn. worshipping, sacrificing (cf. á-.)
⋙ dāśvadhvara
dāśvadhvara mfn. intent on sacrificial oblations RV.
≫ dāśura
dāśura m. N. of a man (v. l. ○śūra)
≫ dāśuri
dā́śuri mfn. making offerings, devout, pious RV. viii, 4, 12 (cf. á-)
≫ dāśva
dāśva mfn. (corrupted fr. dāśvás) liberal, munificent L.
≫ dāśvas
dāśvás (p. pf. fr. √1. dāś), honouring or serving the gods, devout, pious RV. AV. VS.
• gracious RV. i, 3, 7 (the gods) ; 110, 2 (Savitṛi) ; x, 65, 5, 6 (Varuṇa) ; 104, 6 (Indra)
• giving, granting (with acc. or ifc.) BhP.
≫ dāśa 2
dā́śa^ or (cf. Uṇ. v, 11)
⋙ dāśa
dāśá (written also dāsa), m. fisherman, ferryman, mariner VS. xxx, 16 Mṛicch. viii, 408, 9 MBh. Hariv. &c
• the son of a Nishāda by a woman of the Āyogava caste Mn. x, 34
• servant, slave L.
• (ī), f. fisherwoman, female slave L.
⋙ dāśatva
○tva n. the condition of a fisherman Kathās.
⋙ dāśanandinī
○nandinī f. the fisherman's daughter, N. of Satyāvati (mother of Vyāsa) L.
⋙ dāśapati
○pati m. the chief of fishermen Kathās. lī, 337 (printed dās○)
≫ dāśaka
dāśaka m. fisherman (?), N. of a son of Bhajamāna Hariv.
-putra m. the son of a fisherman Sch. on Pāṇ. 6-2, 132 (cf. Kāś. dāmaka-)
⋙ dāśeya
dāḍśeya m. (fr. dāśī) the son of a fisherman's wife L.
• (ī), f. = dāśa-nandinī MBh. i, 4015 (also written dāseya, f. ī)
⋙ dāśera
dāḍśera m. fisherman (v. l. dās○) L.
• camel L.
⋙ dāśeraka
dāḍśeraka m. fisherman Kathās. cxxvi, 204
• pl. N. of a people (= daś) MBh. vi, 2080
dāśa 3
dāśa the Vṛiddhi form of 2. daśa in comp
⋙ dāśakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha mf(ī)n. belonging to Daśakaṇṭha, i.e. Rāvaṇa Bālar. x, 37
⋙ dāśagrāmika
○grāmika mf(ī) and ā)n. (g. kumudâi and kāśy-ādi)
⋙ dāśapura
○pura mf(ī)n. coming from Daśa-pura
• n. (also ○pūra) a kind of fragrant grass (cf. daśa-) Bhpr.
⋙ dāśaphali
○phali f. Pāṇ. 4-64 Sch. (cf. Kāś. dāsī-)
⋙ dāśamūlika
○mūlika mf(ī)n. coming from the Daśa-mūla Car. [Page 477, Column 1]
⋙ dāśaratha
○ratha mf(ī)n. (a road) affording space for ten waggons MBh. xii, 242
• belonging to or coming from Daśa-ratha
• m. patr. of Rāma R. v, 80, 23
⋙ dāśarathi
○rathi m. a descendant of Daśa-ratha, patr. of Rāma MBh. R. &c
• of Lakshmaṇa L.
• of Caturaṅga Hariv. 1697
• (with Jainas) N. of the 8th Black Vāsu-deva L.
• du. Rāma and Lakshmana R. vi, 16, 97 Ragh. xii, 76 ; xiv, 1
⋙ dāśarathītantra
○rathītantra n. N. of wk
⋙ dāśarājña
○rājñá n. the fight with the ten kings RV. AV.
⋙ dāśarātrika
○rātrika (dā́○), mf(ī)n. celebrated in the same manner as the Daśa-rātra ŚBr. xii, 1, 2, 2
⋙ dāśarūpya
○rūpya n. N. of a village
○yaka mfn. relating to it Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 26 Pat.
⋙ dāśavāja
○vāja n. N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ dāsārna
dāsârna mf(ī)n. containing the word Daśarna, treating of it (g. vimuktâdi)
• m. a prince of the Daśarna MBh. v, 7458, pl. N. of a people (= daś○) MBh. v, 7515
○raja and dāśâṇêisa m. a king of the Daśarna ib. and vi, 2080
○rṇaka mf(ikā)n. Daśarnic MBh. ii, 1063
• v
⋙ dāśārha
dāśârha mf(ī)n. containing the word Daśârha, treating of it (g. vimuktâdi)
• belonging to Daśarna, i.e. Kṛishṇa MBh. ii, 84 Hariv. 6810
• m. a prince of the Daśarna, N. of Kṛishṇa (MBh.) and of a king of Mathurā (cf. SkandaP.)
• (ī), f. a princess of the Daśarna MBh. i, 3786
• m. pl. N. of a people (= das○) MBh. i, 7513 also -ka m. pl. BhP. iii, 1, 29
⋙ dāśāśvamedha
dāśâśvamedha wṛ. for daś○ (q.v.)
⋙ dāśaudanika
dāśâudanika mf(ī)n. Pāṇ. 4-3, 68, Seh
• m. (scil. yajña) N. of a partic. sacrificial rite
• (ī), f. the priest's fee at it Pāṇ. 5-1, 95 Sch.
≫ dāśat
dāśat wṛ. for daśat
≫ dāśataya
dāśataya mf(ī)n. (fr. daś○) tenfold, belonging to the text of RV. (consisting of 10 Maṇḍalas) RV. Prāt. xvii, 25
• f. pl. (= daś○) the 10 Maṇḍalas, xvi, 54 ŚāṅkhŚr. xii, 2, 16, 22
• du. ŚāṅkhBr. viii, 7
dāśarma
dāśarma m. N. of a man Kāṭh.
dāśivas
dāśivas dāśvas, √1. dāś
dāśeya
dāśeya dāśera, above
dās 1
dās cl. 1. P. Ā. dāsati, ○te, to give (cf. Dhātup. xxi, 28), cl. 5. P. dāsnoti (v. l. for dāś Vop. ib. xxvii, 32), to hurt, injure. (There occurs only dāsati with abhi
• s.v.)
≫ dāsa 1
dāsá m. fiend, demon
• N. of certain evil beings conquered by Indra (e.g. Namuci, Pipru, Śambara, Varcin &c.) RV.
• savage, barbarian, infidel (also dā́sa, opp. to ārya
• cf. dasyu)
• slave, servant RV. AV. Mn. &c
• a Sūdra L. Sch.
• one to whom gifts may be made W.
• a fisherman (v. l. for dāśa)
• ifc. of names, esp. of Śūdras and Kāya-sthas (but cf. also kāli-)
• (ī), f. a female servant or slave cf. AV. cf. ŚBr. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. &c
• harlot cf. L. cf. Sch
• N. of a plant (= nilā or pītā jhintī, kāka-jaṅghā, nīlâmlāṇa &c.) cf. L
• an altar cf. L
• N. of a river cf. L
• (dā́sa), mf(ī)n. fiendish, demoniacal, barbarous, impious cf. RV
⋙ dāsakarmakara
○karma-kara m. a servant doing his work Āp.
⋙ dāsaketu
○ketu m. N. of a son of Manu Dakshasāvarṇa VP. iii, 2, 23
⋙ dāsajana
○jana m. slave, servant Kālid. Kathās. &c
⋙ dāsajīvana
○jīvana mfn. living like a slave Mn. x, 32
⋙ dāsatā
○tā f. slavery, servitude, Veṇis. 175 Kathās. lxxii, 34
⋙ dāsatva
○tva n. id. MBh. R.
• sense of dependence, humbleness Sarvad.
⋙ dāsadāsī
○dāsī f. the female slave of a slave Mn. ix, 179
-jana m. a male and a female slave VarBṛ. li, 25
⋙ dāsanandinī
○nandinī dāśa-
⋙ dāsapatnī
○patnī (○sá-.), f. pl. having the demons as masters, being in the power of demons, (āpas RV. i, 32, 11 &c
puras RV. ii, 12, 16)
⋙ dāsapravarga
○pravarga (○sá-), mfn. (wealth) connected with a multitude of servants RV. i, 92, 8
⋙ dāsabhārya
○bhārya ī. sg. servants and wives ChUp. vii, 24, 2
⋙ dāsabhāva
○bhāva m. condition of a slave, servitude MBh.
⋙ dāsamitra
○mitra m. N. of a man
⋙ dāsamitrāyaṇa
○miḍtrāyaṇa and m. descendant of Dāsa-mitra (-bhakta n. the district inhabited by them, g. aiṣukāry-ādi)
⋙ dāsamitri
○miḍtri m. descendant of Dāsa-mitra (-bhakta n. the district inhabited by them, g. aiṣukāry-ādi)
⋙ dāsamitrika
○miḍtrika mf(ā and ī)n. relating to Dāsa-mitra (g. kaśy-ādi)
⋙ dāsamithuna
○mithuna n. a couple of slaves, KāṭyŚr. Lāṭy. Mn.
⋙ dāsavarga
○varga m. the whole collection of slaves or servants Mn.
⋙ dāsaveśa
○veśa (○sá.), m. probably N. of a man RV. ii, 13, 8
⋙ dāsaśarman
○śarman m. N. of a Sch. on ŚājṅkhŚr
⋙ dāsaśras
○śras and n. N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ sarasa
sarasa n. N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ dāsasyakula
dāsasya-kula n. low people, the mob Pāṇ. 6-3, 21 Sch.
⋙ dāsānudāsa
dāsânudāsa m. a slave of a slave (sometimes applied by a humble speaker to himself) MW.
≫ dāsaka
dāsaka m. N. of a man (cf. dāś○), g. aśvâdi
• (ikā), f. female slave L.
⋙ dāsakāyana
dāsaḍkāyana m. patr. fr. dāsaka ib.
≫ dāsāya
dāsāya Nom. P. Ā., ○yati, ○te, to become a slave, g. lohitâdi. [Page 477, Column 2]
⋙ dāsāyana
dāsāyana m. the son of a slave or of a man called Dāsa, g. naḍâdi
≫ dāsīkṛ 1
dāsī-kṛ to make any one a slave, enslave Kathās. xxii, 184. root
⋙ dāsīkṛbhū
○bhū to become the slave of (gen.) Naish. viii, 71
≫ dāsī 2
dāsī^ (also ○sīka ifc.), f. of 1. dāsa (q.v.)
⋙ dāsījana
○jana m. a female slave VarBṛ.
⋙ dāsītva
○tva n. the condition of a female slave MBh. i, 1088
⋙ dāsīdānavidhi
○dānavidhi m. N. of 146th ch. of the BhavishyôttaraP
⋙ dāsīdāsa
○dāsa n. sg. (g. gavâśvâdi) female and male slaves, MBh R.
• m. pl. MBh. ii, 2510
⋙ dāsīputra
○putra (cf. BrahmavP.) or (cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 22), m. 'the son of a female slave', a low wretch or miscreant (as an abusive word often in the plays)
⋙ dāsyāḥputra
dāḍsyāḥputra (cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 22), m. 'the son of a female slave', a low wretch or miscreant (as an abusive word often in the plays)
⋙ dāsībrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa m. a Brāhman who goes after a female slave Pāṇ. 6-2, 29 Kāś.
⋙ dāsībhāva
○bhāva m. the condition of a female slave MBh.
⋙ dāsīmāṇavaka
○māṇavaka m. female slaves and boys, g. gavâśvâdi
⋙ dāsīśrotriya
○śrotriya m. = -brāhmaṇa Pāṇ. 6-2. 29 Sch.
⋙ dāsīsabha
○sabha n. a company of female slaves L.
⋙ dāsīsuta
○suta or m.= -putra Rājat. v, 397 BhP. iii, 1, 15
⋙ dāsyāhsuta
dāsyāhsuta m.= -putra Rājat. v, 397 BhP. iii, 1, 15
≫ dāseya 1
dāseya m. (fr. dāsī) the son of a female slave Pāṇ. 4-1, 31 Kāś.
• slave, servant L.
≫ dāseya 2
dāseya dāśeya
≫ dāsera
dāsera m. = 1. dāseya Pāṇ. ib.
• a fisherman (cf. dāś○) L.
• a camel L.
⋙ dāseraka
dāseḍraka m. = 1. dāseya L.
• a fisherman (cf. dāś○)
• a camel Śiś. v, 66 Pañc. iv, 68/69 N. of a man, pl. ifc. his descendants Pāṇ. 2-4, 68 Kāś.
• of a people (cf. dāś○) VarBṛS. xiv, 26
• (ī), f. a female camel Pañc. i, 412/413
⋙ dāseraki
dāseḍraki m. patr. fr. dāseraka Pāṇ. 2-4, 68, Kāś:
≫ dāsya
dāsyá n. servitude, slavery, service ŚBr. Mn. &c
≫ dāsvat
dā́svat mfn. (√dās or 1. ?) disposed to give, liberal RV.
dāsa 2
dāsa m. a knowing man, esp. a knower of the universal spirit L.
dāsanīya
dāsanīya m. pl. N. of a people MBh. ii, 1825
dāsanu
dāsanu m. N. of a semi-divine being TāṇḍBr. i, 7, 8, 9
dāsamīya
dāsamīya m. pl. N. of a People MBh. viii, 2056 &c
dāsameya
dāsameya m. pI. N. of a people to the north of Madhya-deśa VarBṛS. xiv, 28 (cf. Sch. dāś○)
dāsra
dāsra mf(ī)n. relating to the Aśvin Dasra Jyot.
dāha
dāha m. (fr. √dah) burning, combustion, conflagration, heat
KātyŚr. Mn. Yājñ. MBh. R. &c
• place of cremation Vas. xix, 26
• glowing, redness (of the sky, cf. dig-) Mn. MBh. VarBṛS. &c
• cauterizing, cautery (of a wound) Suśr. Mālav. iv, 4
• internal heat, fever Suśr.
• pl. N. of a people (v. l. for vaideha) VāyuP. 1
○haka mf(ī)n. burning, setting on fire Yājñ. ii, 282 BhP. xi, 10, 8
• m. Plumbago Zeylanica
⋙ dāhakāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha n. a kind of Agallochum used as a perfume L.
⋙ dāhajvara
○jvara m. inflammatory fever Kathās. Daś.
⋙ dāhadā
○dā f. Piper Betle L.
⋙ dāhamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of heat, inflammable
-tva n. inflammableness Sāh.
⋙ dāhavat
○vat mfn. heated, on fire W.
⋙ dāhasara
○sara m
⋙ dāhasaras
○saras n
⋙ dāhasthala
○sthala n. a place where dead bodies are burnt L.
⋙ dāhaharaṇa
○haraṇa n. 'removing heat', the √of Andropogon Muricatus
⋙ dāhāguru
dāhâguru n. = dāha-kāṣṭha
⋙ dāhātmaka
dāhâtmaka mf(ikā)n. of an inflammable nature, easily kindled or burning Śak. ii, 7
⋙ dāhātman
dāhâtman mfn. id. Kāvyâd. ii, 177
⋙ dāhādhikāra
dāhâdhikāra m. N. of a ch. of a medical work by Vṛinda
≫ dāhana
dāhana n. (fr. the Caus.) causing to burn or be burnt, reducing to ashes MBh. i, 403 BhP. xii, 12, 40
• cauterizing W.
• (ī), f. Grislea Tomentosa L.
⋙ dāhanāguru
dāhanâgúru wṛ. for dah○
≫ dāhin
dāhin mfn. burning, setting on fire
• tormenting, paining Mn. MBh. Bhartṛ. &c
≫ dāhuka
dā́huka mfn. burning (acc.) TBr. i, 1, 2, 2
• causing a conflagration ĀpŚr. v, 3, 4
• m. a conflagration ĀśvGṛ. ii, 8, 14
dikam
dikam ind., g. câdi
dikka 1
dikka ifc. = 2. diś
dikka 2
dikka m.= karabha (vḷ. dhikka and vikka) W.
dikkanyā
dik-kanyā &c. under 2. diś
diganta
dig-anta &c. ib. [Page 477, Column 3]
digdha
digdhá mfn. (√dih) smeared, anointed
• soiled, defiled
• poisoned AV. ŚBr. Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a poisoned arrow R. ii, 30, 23 (cf. below)
• fire L.
• oil L.
• a tale L.
⋙ digdhaviddha
○viddha (di○), mfn. pierced by a poisoned arrow ŚBr. xiv, 9, 4, 8
⋙ digdhasahaśaya
○sahaśaya mfn. lying in mud or along with any soiled person Pāṇ. 3-2, 15 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
⋙ digdhahata
○hata mfn. hit by a poisoned arrow R. ii, 144, 33
⋙ digdhahasta
○hasta mfn. (a hunter) having (in his hand) or using poisoned arrows MBh. v, 1473
• having the hands smeared or soiled MW.
⋙ digdhāṅga
digdhâṅga mf(ī)n. having the limbs anointed or smeared with (ifc.) MBh. R. &c
diṅka
diṅka m. the nit of a louse L.
diṅnāga
diṅ-nāga &c. under 2. diś
diṇḍi
diṇḍi or diṇḍin m. N. of a man connected with the worship of the sun or of Śiva (he is called also gaṇa-nāyaka or tripurântaka) BhavP. (cf. ḍhuṇḍhi)
diṇḍīya
diṇḍīya m. N. of a man MW.
diṇḍīra
diṇḍīra v. l. for hiṇḍīra
diṇṇa
diṇṇa a Prākṛit form for datta, deva-
dita 1
dita mfn. (√3. ) bound (cf. ud-, ni-, saṃ-)
≫ diti 1
díti f. N. of a deity answering to A-diti (q.v.) as Sura to A-sura and without any distinct character AV. vii, 7, 1 &c. VS. xviii, 22
• in ep. daughter of Daksha and wife of Kaśyapa and mother of the Daityas ( s.v.) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• (the Maruts are also described as her progeny or derived from the embryo in her womb divided into pieces by Indra) Hariv. 239 R. i, 46, i
cf. Pañc. ii, 40
⋙ ditija
○ja m. son of Daityas, a Daitya MBh. BhP.
○jârāti m. enemy of the Daityas, N. of Vishṇu Rājat. iv, 199
⋙ dititanaya
○tanaya
⋙ ditinandana
○nandana m. = -ja Hariv. BhP.
⋙ ditisuta
○suta m. id. Sāh.
-guru m. the planet Venus Var.
≫ ditya
ditya m. a son of Diti (wṛ. for daitya)
dita 2
dita mfn. (√do Pāṇ. 7-4, 40) cut, torn, divided BhP. vi, 6, 23 (cf. nir-)
≫ diti 2
díti f. cutting, splitting, dividing L.
• distributing, liberality (also personified, 1. díti) RV.
• m. N. of a king L.
• a king W.
dityavah
ditya-vah m. (in strong ce ○vāh nom. ○vāṭ
• instr. dityauhā)
• f. ○tyauhī (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 64 ; vi, 4, 132, Kāś.) a two-year-old steer or cow VS. TS. (Prob. from ditya = dvitīya + vah, cf. turya-vah.)
≫ dityauhī
dityauhī f. above
ditsā
ditsā f. (√1. Desid.) desire or intention of giving Rājat. iii, 252
⋙ ditsita
ditḍsita mfn. wished to be given MBh. iii, 8627
⋙ ditsu
ditḍsú mfn. wishing to give or grant or perform (acc.) RV. v, 39, 3 MBh. Kathās.
⋙ ditsya
ditḍsya mfn. what one is willing to give Pāṇ. 3-1, 97 Pat,.
⋙ diditsu
diditsu mfn. ready to give or sacrifice (acc.) MBh. v, 187
didambhiṣu
didambhiṣu mfn. (√darnbh Desid.) wishing to deceive Bhaṭṭ.
didivi
didivi = dīdivi, the sky L.
didīvi
didīvi = dīdivi, boiled rice L.
didṛkṣā
didṛkṣā f. (√dṛś Desid.) desire of seeing MBh. Kathās.
⋙ didṛkṣāvat
○vat mfn. having a desire to see W.
⋙ didṛkṣita
didṛkḍṣita mfn. what one has wished to see
• n. the wish to see BhP. xv, 31
⋙ didṛkṣitṛ
didṛkḍṣitṛ mfn. desirous of seeing (acc.) ŚBr.
≫ didṛkṣu
didṛ́kṣu mfn. id. RV.
• wishing to examine or try Mn. viii, 1
⋙ didṛkṣeṇya
didṛ́kḍṣéṇya and mfn. what one likes or wishes to see, worth seeing, attractive RV.
⋙ didṛkṣeya
didṛ́ḍkṣéya mfn. what one likes or wishes to see, worth seeing, attractive RV.
dideviṣu
dideviṣu mfn. (√div Desid.) desirous of playing Bhaṭṭ. ix, 32
diddā
diddā f. N. of a princess of Kaśmira Rājat. vi, 177 &c
⋙ diddākṣema
○kṣema m. 'promoting welfare of Diddā', N. of Kshema-gupta Rājat. vi, 177
⋙ diddāpāla
○pāla m. 'protector of Diddā', N. of a man ib. 146
⋙ diddāpura
○pura n. N. of a town built by DṭDiddā ib. 300
⋙ diddāsvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a temple built by Diddā ib.
diddibha
diddibha prob. wṛ. for ṭiṭṭibha
didyu
didyu m. (√2. div, or 1. ) a missile, weapon, arrow RV. AV. VS. (cf. aśma-)
• the sky, heaven L.
⋙ didyut
diḍdyút mfn. shining, glittering RV. vii, 6, 7 [Page 478, Column 1]
• f. an arrow, missile, thunderbolt of Indra RV.
• flame ib. vi, 66, 10
• N. of an Apsaras AV. ii, 2, 4
didyotiṣu
didyotiṣu mfn. (√dyut Desid.) wishing to shine Bhaṭṭ. vii, 107
didhakṣ
didhakṣ mfn. nom. ○dhak (√dah Desid.), wishing to burn Vop. iii, 151
⋙ didhakṣā
didhaḍkṣā f. desire to burn MBh. BhP.
⋙ didhakṣu
didhaḍkṣu mfn. desirous of burning MBh. R. BhP.
didhi
didhi f. (Prob., wṛ.) firmness, stability W.
didhikṣ
didhikṣ mfn. nom. ○dhik (√dih Desid.) wishing so smear Vop. iii, 151
didhiṣāyya
didhiṣā́yya mfn. (√dhā Desid.) 'to be gained', to be sought to be sought (Agni) RV. ii, 4, 1 (= dhārayitṛ, supporter Sāy.)
≫ didhiṣu
didhiṣú mfn. wishing to gain or obtain, striving after, seeking RV.
• m. a suitor RV. x, 18, 8
• a husband BhP. ix, 9, 34
• the second husband of a woman twice married (also ○ṣū) L.
• (u or ū), f. a widow remarried or an elder sister married after the younger (both of whom having the choice of their husbands may be compared to suitors)
⋙ didhiṣūpati
didhiḍṣū-pati m. the husband of a woman so married Kāṭh. xxxi, 7 Gaut. Vas.
⋙ didhiṣūpapati
didhiḍṣū7papati m. her paramour MBh. xii, 1211. (Cf. agre-didhiṣu and edidhiṣuḥ pati.)
≫ didhīṣu
didhīṣu f. = didiṣū L.
didhīrṣā
didhīrṣā f. (√dhṛ Desid.) the wish to hold or support Bālar. i, 48
dina 1
diná mfn. (√do) cut, divided, mowed RV. viii, 67, 10 (cf. svayaṃ-)
dina 2
dina (√3. ). a-saṃ-
dina 3
dína (accented only Naigh. i, 9), m. n. (g. ardharcâdi, only occurring as n.) a day Mn. Ragh. Pañcat. and o. (ifc. also in Vedic texts), ifc. f. ā Rājat. i, 347. [Cf. Lat. peren-dinus, nūndinus &c. ; Got. sin-teins ; Lit. de10na ; O.Pr. acc. sg. deinan ; Slav. dṛnī.]
⋙ dinakara
○kara mf(ī)n. making day or light
• m. the sun Kāv. &c
• N. of an Āditya RāmatUp.
• of the author of the wk. Candrârkī
• of a Sch. on Śiś. (miśra-d○)
• of other men
• (ī), f. (scil. ṭīkā) N. of Comm. on the Bhāshsp. and Siddhânta-muktâvalī
○ra-ṭppanī f. N. of a Comm.
○ra-tanaya m. 'son of the sun', the planet Saturn Var.
○ra-deva m. N. of a poet
○ra-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author
○ṭīya n. his wk
○râtmaja m. 'daughter of the sun', patr. of the Yamunā
○rīya n. ○róddyota m. N. of wks
⋙ dinakartavya
○kartavya n. 'day-duty', ceremonies to be performed daily Kathās.
⋙ dinakartṛ
○kartṛ m. 'day-maker', the sun Hariv.
⋙ dinakārya
○kārya n. = -kartavya Kathās.
⋙ dinakṛt
○kṛt m. = -kartṛ MBh. VarBṛS. &c
-suta m. = -karatanaya VarYogay.
○d-divasa m. Sunday ib.
⋙ dinakṛtya
○kṛtya n. = -kartavya Kathās. lī, 410 (printed diva-k○)
⋙ dinakeśava
○keśava and m. 'day-hair', darkness L.
⋙ dinakesara
○kesara (also written ○śara), m. 'day-hair', darkness L.
⋙ dinakṣaya
○kṣaya m. 'daydecline', evening Kām.
• = tithi- Hcat. i, 3
• N. of a ch. of PSarv.
⋙ dinagaṇa
○gaṇa m. = ahar- Gaṇit.
○ṇita n. N. of wk
⋙ dinagraha
○graha m. day-planet Hcat. i, 7
⋙ dinacaryā
○caryā f. daily-work Kathās.
⋙ dinacchidrā
○cchidrā n. change of moon at the beginning or end of a halfday
• a day
• a constellation or a lunar mansion Hcat. i, 3, 5
⋙ dinajyotis
○jyotis n. daylight, sunshine L.
⋙ dinaduḥkhita
○duḥkhita mfn. 'afflicted by day', m. the Cakra-vāka bird L.
⋙ dinanaktam
○naktam ind. by day and night MārkP.
⋙ dinanātha
○nātha m. 'day-lord', the sun Vcar. xiv, 64
⋙ dinaniś
○niś f. du. day and night VarBṛS. xxxii, 7
⋙ dinapa
○pa m. the regent of a week-day Āryabh. iii, 16
⋙ dinapati
○pati m. id. Gaṇit.
• 'day-lord', the sun Bhartṛ. Rājat.
⋙ dinapākin
○pākin mfn. being digested within a day Bhpr.
⋙ dinapāṭikā
○pāṭikā f. a day's wages Vet. iv, 2/3 (vḷ.)
⋙ dinapraṇī
○praṇī m. 'day-leader', the sun (cf. tithi-) L.
⋙ dinaprabhā
○prabhā f. = -jyotis L.
⋙ dinabandhu
○bandhu m. 'dayfriend', the sun L.
⋙ dinabala
○bala m. 'day-strength', N. of the 5th-8th, 11th and 12th signs of the zodiac collectively L.
⋙ dinabhartṛ
○bhartṛ m. = -nātha Vcar. xi, 1, 12
⋙ dinamaṇi
○maṇi m. day-jewel', the sun Gīt. Bālar.
-sārathi m. the sun's charioteer, Aruṇa Bālar. vi, 68/69
⋙ dinamala
○mala n. 'day-refuse (?)', a month L.
⋙ dinamukha
○mukha n. 'day-face', daybreak Daś.
⋙ dinamūrdhan
○mūrdhan m. day-head', the eastern mountain (cf. udayá) L.
⋙ dinaratna
○ratna n. = -maṇi L.
⋙ dinarāja
○rāja m. 'day king', the sun Svapnac. i, 18
⋙ dinarāśi
○rāśi m. a term of days L. (cf. ahar-gaṇa)
⋙ dinavāra
○vāra m. week-day Gaṇit.
⋙ dinavyāsadala
○vyāsa-dala n. 'day-radius', the radius of a circle made by an asterism in its daily revolution Sūryas. ii, 60. [Page 478, Column 2]
⋙ dinasaṃcaya
○saṃcaya m.= -rāśi Gol. ii, 12
⋙ dinaspriś
○spriś n. a lunar day coinciding with three week-days Hcat. i, 3
⋙ dinānśa
dinânśa and m. 'day-portion', day-time L.
⋙ dinānśaka
dinânḍśaka m. 'day-portion', day-time L.
⋙ dināgama
dinâgama m. daybreak Hariv. 4287
⋙ dināṇḍa
dinâṇḍa n. 'day-egg' (i.e. daybreak- veil or -cover), darkness L.
⋙ dirātyaya
dirâtyaya m. = ○na-kṣaya L.
⋙ dinādi
dinâdi m. daybreak, dawn Śiś. xi, 52
⋙ dinādhinātha
dinâdhinātha and m. 'daylord', the sun Daś. Pañc.
⋙ dinādhiśa
dinâdhiśa m. 'daylord', the sun Daś. Pañc.
⋙ dinānta
dinânta
• m. 'day-end', sunset, evening Kālid.
⋙ dināntaka
dinântaka m. 'day-destroyer', darkness L.
⋙ dinārambha
dinârambha m. daybreak W.
⋙ dinārdha
dinârdha m. 'day-half.' noon Kalpat.
• half a day MBh. vii, 6036
• half the days or time Siṃhâs.
⋙ dināvasāna
dinâvasāna n. 'day-close', evening Kālid.
⋙ dināstra
dinâstra n. 'day-missile', N. of a magical formula Mantram.
⋙ dineśa
dinêśa m. = ○na-pati VarBṛS.
○śâtmaja m. 'son of the Sun', the planet Saturn ib.
⋙ dineśvara
dinêśvara m. = ○na-nâtha Hariv. R. Bhartṛ.
⋙ dinaika
dinâika m. one day MW.
⋙ dinodaya
dinôdaya m. daybreak, dawn Subh.
⋙ dinopavāsin
dinôpavāsin mfn. fasting by day Hāsy. i, 17
⋙ dinaugha
dinâugha m. = dina-rāśi Gaṇit.
⋙ dinikā
dinikā f. a day's wages L.
≫ dinīkṛ
dinī-kṛ √to reduce to days Sūryas.
dindima
dindima m. N. of a man W.
dinna
dinna prob. = diṇṇa (q.v.)
⋙ dinnasūri
○sūri m. N. of a man W.
⋙ dinnāgrāma
dinnā-grāma m. N. of a village Rājat. viii (cf. dharma-.)
dinv
dinv cl. 1. P. dinvati, to gladden, DhātuP
dip
dip cl. 1. Ā. depate ib. (v.I. tip)
dipsu
dipsú mfn. (√dabh Desid.) intending to hurt or injure RV.
dimp
dimp cl. 10. Ā. dimpayate, to accumulate Vop. in Dhātup.
dimbh
dimbh cl. 10, Ā. dimbhayate id., P. ○ti, to order, direct, id
diya
díya mfn. deserving of gifts (= deya, or dānârha, Durga on Nir. iii, 15) RV. viii, 19, 37
• (prob. n.), a gift
diyā́nām páti m. lord of gifts, a very liberal man
dir
dir (√dṝ) in kalaśa-dír (q.v.)
diripaka
diripaka m. or n. a ball for playing with L.
dilīpa
dilī-pa m. (fr. dilī = modern Delhi [cf. ḍilli] + pa protector?) N. of certain kings (esp. of an ancestor of Rāma, son of Aṃśumat and father of Bhagi-ratha) MBh. Hariv. &c
dilīra
dilīra m. or n. = śilīndhraka, a mushroom L.
dilha
dilha m. N. of a man (also -bhaṭṭāra) Rājat. viii (cf. dihlā.)
div 1
div cl. 1. P. -devati, cl. 10. P. -deyavati, to cause to lament, to pain, vex
• to ask, beg
• to go
• Ā. ○te, to suffer pain Dhātup. xxxiii, 51, 32
div 2
div cl.4. dī́vyati, ○te RV. Br. &c. (perf. didéva AV.
• fut. deviṣyati
• cond, adeviṣyat MBh. Daś.
• aor. adeviit MBh.
• &c
• infin. devitum MBh. &c
• ind. p. devitvā Pāṇ. 1-2, 18
-dīvya RV. x, 42, 9) to cast, throw, esp. dice, i.e. play, gamble (akṣais RV. x, 34, 13 MBh. iii, 2260
akṣān Pāṇ. 1-4, 43), with (instr. MBh. ii, 2509), for (instr., ii, 2061 &c
• acc. MaitrS. i, 6, 11 ŚBr. v, 4, 4, 23
• dat. MBh. iv, 534 ; ii, 2468
• gen. [śatasya] Pāṇ. 2-3, 58)
• to lay a wager, bet with (sârdham), upon (dat.) MBh. i, 1192
• to play, sport, joke, trifle with (acc. AV. v, 29)
• to have free scope, spread, increase (cf. Pañc. ii, 193, B. vardhati)
• to shine, be bright [Zd. dīv
• (?) Lit. dyvas] BhP. iii, 20, 22
• to praise, rejoice, be drunk or mad
• to sleep
• to wish for
• to go Dhātup.: Caus. devayati, to cause to play (cf. Sch.) or to sport BhP. iii, 20, 22: Desid. dideviṣati and dudyūṣati Pāṇ. 7-2, 49 Kāś.: Caus. of Desid. dudyūṣayati, to incite to play Bhaṭṭ. v, 49: Intens. dediviiti, dedyeti, dedeti &c. Vop. xx, 17
≫ div 3
dív
⋙ dyu
dyú (nom. dyaús
• voc. dyáus [RV. vi, 51, 5 AV. vi, 4, 3]
• acc. dyā́m dívam
• instr. divā́ or dī́vā see below
• dat. dive [dyave MBh. i, 3934]
• abl. gen. divás [rarely dyós e.g. RV. iv, 27, 3 ; i, 115, 5] [Page 478, Column 3]
• loc. diví, dyávi
• du. dyāvā s.v. [dyávii as voc. only iv, 56, 5]
• pl. nom. dyā́as [divas only ix, 118, 11]
• acc. dyū́n [rare, dívas, divás e.g. i, 194, 2 ; iv, 3, 8]
• instr. dyúbhis
• native grammarians give as stems div and dyo
• the latter is declined through all cases like go, but really does not occur except in forms mentioned above and in dyo-salila MBh. viii, 4658, while div and dyu regularly alternate before vow. and cons.), m. (rarely f.) in Ved., f. in later Skr. heaven, the sky (regarded in Ved. as rising in three tiers [avama, madhyama, uttama or tṛtīya RV. v, 60, 6 &c.], and generally as the father (dyaúṣ pitā́, while the earth is the mother [cf. dyāvā-pṛthivii], and Ushas the daughter), rarely as a goddess, daughter of Prajā-pati AitBr. iii, 33 ŚBr.i, 7, 4,)
• m. (rarely n.) day(esp. in pl. and in such forms as dívā, by day (cf. s.v.)
dyávi-dyavi, daily, every day
ánu dyū́n, day by day, daily
dyúbhis and úpa dyúbhis, by day or in the course of days, a long time RV.
• m. brightness, sheen, glow (only dyúbhis) RV. i, 53, 4 ; iii, 3, 2 &c
• fire (nom. dyus) L. [Cf. dyú ; Gk. Zev4e, ? &c. = dyaús, [478, 3] divás ; Lat. ñou, ñu in ñu-piter, ñovis, ñovi &c. = dyavas, dyavi ; O. E. ṭíw ; O. H. G. Zī7u
• O. N. Tyr
⋙ divit
○ít mfn. going to the sky RV. x, 76, 6
⋙ divitmat
○ítmat mfn. going in or to the sky, heavenly RV. iv, 31, 11 &c
○matā instr. heavenwards RV. i, 26, 2
⋙ diviṣṭi
○iṣṭi (dív-.), f. longing for heaven, devotion, worship, sacrifice (generally loc. pl.) RV.
⋙ īśa
īśa m. lord in lord in heaven, pl. N. of the Ādityas, Vasu and Rudra Hcat. i, 6. (For other comp. under divás, divā, 2. diví, divo 3. dyú.)
≫ diva
divá n. heaven, sky MBh. Hariv.
• day, esp. in divé-dive, day by day, daily RV. and ifc. (g. śaradādi)
• wood L. [Cf. áhar-, tri-, naktaṃ-, naktaṃ- bṛhad-. rātrim-, su- ; cf. also ? Fo in ? Lat. (?) bidūm
⋙ divakṣas
○kṣas (○vá-), mfn. living in heaven, heavenly RV.
⋙ divamgama
○m-gama mfn. going or leading to heaven MBh. (?fr. divam, acc.of 3. div + going)
⋙ divadarśa
○darśa m. pl. N. of a school of AV.
⋙ divaratha
○ratha wṛ. for divi- (q.v.)
⋙ divaspṛś
○spṛś mfn. (nom. spṛk) heaven-touching MBh.
⋙ divātithi
divâtithi
⋙ divādi
diḍvâdi
⋙ divārka
diḍvârka under divā
⋙ divāvasāna
diḍvâvasāna = (and prob. wṛ. for) dinâv○ L.
⋙ divokas
divókas m. (cf. ○vâu○,) a god or the Cātaka bird L.
⋙ divodbhava
divôdbhava mfn. 'sky-born', (ā), f. cardamoms L.
⋙ divolkā
divôlkā f. 'sky-firebrand', a meteor (cf. ○vyô○) MBh. i, 1416
⋙ divaukas
divâukas m. 'sky-dweller', a deity Mn. MBh. Kālid. &c
• planet Gaṇit.
• the Cātaka
• a deer
• a bee
• an elephant L.
○kaḥ-pati m. N. of Indra Prasannar.
⋙ divaukasa
divâukasa m. (= ○kas) a god L., N. of a Yaksha Divyâv.
≫ divan
divan m. a day L. (cf. prati-)
≫ divas
divás gen. of 3. dív in comp
⋙ divasvaḥśyenī
○"ṣvaḥ-śyenī f. N. of partic. sacrifices, Kāṭl
⋙ divasvaspati
○"ṣḍvas-pati m. 'skylord', N. of Indra, Nahusha and Vishṇu MBh.
• of the Indra of the 13th Manv-antara BhP. viii, 13, 32. 33.,
⋙ divasvaspṛthivyau
○"ṣḍvas-pṛthivyau f. du. heaven and earth Pāṇ. 6-3, 30 (gen. ○vás-pṛthivyós RV. ii, 2, 3 ; x, 3, 7 ; 35, 2
• cf. dyāvā-pṛthivyau)
≫ divasa
divasa m. (or ri., g. ardharcâdi L.) heaven TBr. i, 7, 6, 6
• a day MBh. Kāv. &c. [Cf. ? in ?, ? for ?.]
⋙ divasakara
○kara m. 'day-maker', the sun R. Hariv. &c
⋙ divasakṛt
○kṛt m. id. MBh. Var.
⋙ divasakriyā
○kriyā f. the religious performances of the day Kathās. liv, 136
⋙ divasakṣaya
○kṣaya mfn. 'day-end', evening MBh. i, 699
⋙ divasacara
○cara mfn. 'day-walking' (opp. to niśā-cara)' VarBṛS.
⋙ divasacchidra
○cchidra n. = dina- Hcat. i, 3
⋙ divasatithi
○tithi the day-part of a lunar day Sūryapr.
⋙ divasanātha
○nātha and m. 'day-lord', the sun Var.
⋙ divasabhartṛ
○bhartṛ m. 'day-lord', the sun Var.
⋙ divasanirīkṣaka
○nirīkṣaka m. a kind of ascetic Buddh.
⋙ divasamukha
○mukha n. 'day-face', daybreak, dawn Ragh.v, 76
⋙ divasamudrā
○mudrā f. 'day's coin', a day's wages Buddh.
⋙ divasavāra
○vāra m. week-day Var.
⋙ divasavigama
○vigama m. the departure of the day Megh. 77
⋙ divasavyāpāra
○vyāpāra m. day-work (washing &c.) Kād.
⋙ divasātyaya
divasâtyaya m. the passing away of day, evening MW.
⋙ divasantara
divasantara mfn. only one day old MBh. xi, 98
⋙ divasāvasāna
divasâvasāna n. 'day-close', evening MW.
⋙ divaseśvara
divasêśvara m. 'day-lord', the sun Bhartṛ.
≫ divasīkṛ
divasī-kṛ √to convert the night into day Mṛicch. iv, 3
≫ divā
dívā ind. (for divā́, instr. of 3. dív), g. svarādi, by day (often opposed to náktam) RV.
• used also as subst., e.g. divā bhavati ChUp. iii, 11, 3
• (with rātris) MBh. ii, 154 &c
• esp. in beginning of comp
⋙ divākara
○kará m. 'day-maker', the sun AV. MBh. R. &c. (with niśā- among the sons of Garuḍa MBh. v, 3599)
• a crow (cf. divâṭana, below) L.
• Calotropis Gigantea (cf. arká) L. [Page 479, Column 1]
• N. of an Āditya RāmatUp.
• of a Rakshas VP.
• of a prince VP. ( = divârka BhP.)
• of the founder of the Sūrya-bhakta sect
• of other men (also -bhaṭṭa)
-mitra m. N. of a man Hcar. 201
-vatsa, mṆ. of an author
-vara-locana m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ.
-suta m. 'son of the sun', the planet Saturn VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. e daughter of the sun, N. of the river Yamunā ib.
-karôddyota m. N. of wk
⋙ divākīrti
○kīrti (or ○âk○), m. a Caṇḍāla Mn. v, 85
• a barber L.
• an owl L.
⋙ divākīrtya
○kīrtyá mfn. to be recited by day
• n. N. of partic. recitations Br.
• (a day) having such a recited AitBr. iv, 18
• m. a Caṇḍāla (in antar-di○ add.)
⋙ divākṛta
○kṛta mfn. done by day MW.
⋙ divāgaṇa
○gaṇa m. = ahar- Gaṇit.
⋙ divācara
○cara mfn. going by day Mn. Var.
⋙ divācārin
○cārin mfn. id. Gṛihyās.
⋙ divātana
○"ṣtana (○vât○), mfn. id., m. a crow L.
⋙ divātithi
○"ṣtithi (○vât○), m. a guest coming in the day-time VP.
⋙ divādi
○"ṣdi (○vâdi or ○vâdí?), m. beginnig of day, morning Gaut.
⋙ divānaktam
○naktam adv. (older dívā náktam) by day and night Subh. 104
• (as a subst. form) day and night BhP. v, 22, 5
⋙ divānidra
○nidra f. sleeping by day
⋙ divānīsam
○nīsam ind. day and night Kathās. lxxvi, 11,
⋙ divāndha
○"ṣndha (○vân○ ), mfn. blind by day, m. an owl Pañc.
• (ā), f. a kind of bird (= valgulā) L.
⋙ divāndhakī
○"ṣḍndhakī f. the musk-rat L.
⋙ divāpati
○pati m. 'day-lord', N. of the 13th month Kāṭh.
⋙ divāpuṣṭa
○puṣṭa m. 'day-nourished', the sun L.
⋙ divāpradīpa
○pradīpa m. 'day-lamp', i.e. an obscure man L.
⋙ divābhīta
○bhīta mfn. timid by day
• m. an owl Kum. i, 12, a thief L.
• a flower closing itself by day L.
⋙ divābhīti
○bhīti f. 'having fear by day', an owl L.
⋙ divābhūta
○bhūta mfn. turned into day, become bright (night) MBh. xiv, 1757
⋙ divāmaṇi
○maṇi m. 'day-jewel', the sun L.
⋙ divāmadhya
○madhya n. midday, noon L.
⋙ divāmanya
○manya mfn. passing for day, appearing as day (night) Pāṇ. 6-3, 66 Kāś.
⋙ divāmaithunin
○maithunin mfn. cohabiting by day MārkP.xiv, 74
⋙ divārātram
○rātram ind.= -niśam Mn.v, 80 MBh. &c
• as a subst. day and night MBh. iii, 816,
⋙ divārka
○"ṣrka (○vâr○?), m. N. of a prince (of. diva-kara)
⋙ divāvasu
○vasu mfn. beautiful by day (?) RV. viii, 34, 1
⋙ divāvihāra
○vihāra m. rest by day Divyâv.
⋙ divāśaya
○śaya mfn. sleeping by day Ragh. xix, 34
⋙ divāśayatā
○śayatā f. sleep by day Rājat. v, 252
⋙ divāśayyā
○śayyā f. id. Kshem. ii, 18
⋙ divāsaṃketa
○saṃketa m. appointment (of lovers) by day Mālav. iv, 15/16
⋙ divāsaṃcara
○saṃcara mfn. = -cara Var.
⋙ divāsupta
○supta mfn. asleep by day MW.
⋙ divāsvapana
○svapana n. sleeping by day Suśr.
⋙ divāsvapna
○svapna m. (n. only MBh. xiii, 5094) sleep by day Mn. MBh. Suśr.
⋙ divāsvāpa
○svāpa m. id. Suśr.
• mfn. sleeping by day, (ā), f. a kind of night-bird (= valgulā) L.
≫ divātana
divātana mf(ī)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 23) daily, diurnal Kum. iv, 46
⋙ divātara
divāḍtara (dí○), mfn. id. RV. i, 127, 5
≫ divi 1
divi m. the blue jay (= kikīdiví) L.
≫ divi 2
diví loc. of 3. dív in comp
⋙ divikṣaya
○kṣaya mfn. heaven-dwelling VāyuP.
⋙ divikṣit
○kṣit mfn. id. RV. x, 92, 12 ChUp. ii, 24, 14
⋙ divigata
○gata mfn. being in heaven, m. a god Hariv.
⋙ divigamana
○gamana m. 'sky-traveller', a planet, star
-ratna n. 'star-jewel', the sun Prasaṅg.
⋙ divicara
○cara (diví-), mfn. moving in the sky (as a planet) AV. xix, 9, 7
⋙ divicārin
○cārin mfn. id., m. an inhabitant of the sky MBh. Hariv. R.
⋙ divija
○ja mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 15) heaven-born, celestial
• m. a god BhP.
⋙ divijā
○jā́ mfn. 'sky-born' RV.
⋙ divijāta
○jāta mfn. id., m. N. of a son of Purū-ravas VāyuP.
⋙ diviyaj
○yáj mfn. praying to heaven RV. ix, 97, 26
⋙ diviyoni
○yoni (diví-), mfn. sky-born (Agni) RV. x, 88, 7
⋙ diviratha
○ratha m. N. of several men (v. l. diva-) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
⋙ diviśrit
○śrít mfn. going to heaven AV. xi, 7, 23
⋙ diviṣad
○ṣád mfn. sitting or dwelling in heaven AV. VS.
• m. a god R. Gīt. Dhūrtas.
-adhvan m. the gods' path, atmosphere, Daśak
⋙ diviṣṭambha
○ṣṭambhá mfn. resting on the sky AV.xix, 32, 7
⋙ diviṣṭha
○ṣṭha mfn. dwelling in heaven, celestial MBh. Hariv.
⋙ divisad
○sád and = -ṣád and -ṣṭha
⋙ divispṛs
○spṛs mfn. heaven-touching RV. MBh. BhP.
⋙ divispṛśat
○spṛśat mfn. id. BhP. vii, 8, 22
⋙ divīśa
divī7śa div-īsa under 3. dív
≫ divī
divī f. a species of insect (= upa-jihvikā) L.
≫ divo
divo in comp. for ○vas
⋙ divojā
○jā́ mfn. born or descended from heaven (Ushas) RV. vi, 65, 1
⋙ divodāsa
○dāsa (di○), m. 'heaven's slave', N. of Bharad-vāja (celebrated for his liberality and protected by Indra and the Aśvins RV. i, 112, 14 ; 116, 18 &c
• the son of Vadhry-aśva RV. vi, 61, 5
• his father is also called Bhadra-sva, Bahv-aśva &c., and his son Mitra-yu or Mitrā-yu Hariv. Pur.)
• of the father of Su-dās RV. vii, 18, 28
• of a king of Kāśi surnamed Dhanvantari, founder of the Indian school of medicine Suśr.
• of the father of Pra-tardana MBh. xiii Hariv. Pur.
• of a descendant of Bhīma-sena Kāṭh. vii &c
○sêsvara-liṅga n. N. of a Linga SkandaP.
○sôpâkhyāna n. 'the episode of Dhanvantari' in PadmaP. [Page 479, Column 2]
⋙ divoduh
○dúh mfn. milking from the sky SV. (vḷ.)
⋙ divoruc
○rúc mfn. shining from heaven RV. iii, 7, 5
≫ divya 1
divya Nom. P. ○yati, to long for heaven Pāṇ. 8-2, 77 Sch.
≫ divya 2
divyá (dívya Pāṇ. 4-2, 101), mfn. divine, heavenly, celestial (opp. to pārthiva, āntarīkṣa or mānuṣa) RV. AV. ŚBr. Kauś. MBh. &c
• supernatural, wonderful, magical (aṅgāra RV. x, 34, 9
auṣadha Bhartṛ. ii, 18
vāsas Nal. xiv, 24
• cf. -cakṣus, -jñāna &c. below)
• charming, beautiful, agreeable R. Kathās. &c
• m. a kind of animal (= dhanvana) VarBṛS. lxxxviii, 9
• barley L.
• bdellium L.
• N. of a prince Pur.
• of the author of RV. x, 107 &c
• (ā)), f. N. of plants (= harītakī, bandhyā, karkoṭahī, śatāvarī, mahā-medā &c.) L.
• a kind of perfume = surā L.
• N. of a Buddh. deity Kālac.
• of an Apsaras Sch.
• n. the divine world or anything divine
• pl. the celestial regions, the sky, heaven RV.
• an ordeal (10 kinds, viz. tulā, agni, jala, viṣa, kośa, taṇḍula, tapta-māṣa, phāla, dharmâdharma, tulasī, ss.vv.) Yājñ.ī, 22, 95 Pañc. i, 450/451, 451, 452 &c
• oath, solemn promise Hit. iv, 129/130 cloves L.
• a sort of sandal L.
• N. of a grammar, [Cf. Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. dīus for divius in [479, 2] sub dīo.]
⋙ divyakaṭa
○kaṭa n. N. of a town MBh. ii
⋙ divyakānana
○kānana n. celestial grove
-darśaná mfn. in aspect like to it Nal. xii, 61
⋙ divyakārin
○kārin mfn. undergoing an ordeal, taking an oath W.,
⋙ divyakuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa n. N. of a lake KālP.
⋙ divyakriyā
○kriyā f. the application of an ordeal Rājat. iv, 94
⋙ divyagandha
○gandha -m. 'having a divine odour', sulphur L.
• (ā), f. large cardamoms L.
• a kind of vegetable (= mahā-cañcu) L.
• n. cloves L.
⋙ divyagāyana
○gāyana m. 'divine songster', a Gandharva L.
⋙ divyacakṣus
○cakṣus n. a divine eye, supernatural vision Daś. Buddh.
• mfn. having a divine eye Ragh. iii, 45
• fair-eyed L.
• having (only) the divine eye, (in other respects) blind L.
• m. a monkey L.
• a kind of perfume L.
⋙ divyajñāna
○jñāna n. divine knowledge
• mfn. possessing it MBh. i, 1784
⋙ divyatattva
○tattva n. divine truth', N. of wk
⋙ divyatā
○tā f. divinity, divine nature Naish.
⋙ divyatumbī
○tumbī f. a kind of plant Gal.
⋙ divyatejas
○tejas n. a kind of plant L.
⋙ divyatva
○tva n. = -ta Kathās.
⋙ divyadarśana
○darśana mfn. of a divine aspect MBh. iii, 17075
⋙ divyadarśin
○darśin mfn. having a divine vision MBh. xv, 566
⋙ divyadṛś
○dṛś mfn. seeing divine things Kathās.
• m. an astrologer Var.
⋙ divyadṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi f. = -cakṣus n. Kathās.
⋙ divyadevī
○devī f. N. of a goddess Buddh.
⋙ divyadeha
○deha m. a divine body MW.
⋙ divyadohada
○dohada n. divine desire, the object of a deity's desire L.
• mfn. fit for an offering or oblation L.
⋙ divyadharmin
○dharmin mfn. 'having a dṭdivine nature', virtuous, agreeable W.
⋙ divyanadī
○nadī f. a divine stream ŚivaP.
⋙ divyanārī
○nārī f. a divine female, an Apsaras R. Kathās.
⋙ divyapañcāmṛta
○pañcâmṛta n. 'the five dṭdivine ambrosias', viz. ghee, milk, coagulated milk, honey, and sugar L.
⋙ divyapaṭala
○paṭala m. 'having a divine pale-red colour', N. of a plant MBh. i, 2374
⋙ divyapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. 'a divine man', ghost Uttarar. ii, 10/11
⋙ divyapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. Nerium Odorum L.
• (ā), f. a kind of plant L.
○pikā f. a kind of Calotropis L.
⋙ divyaprajñāna
○prajñāna n. = -jñāna, n
-ṣālin mfn. = id., mfn. Kathās. lxxv, 136
⋙ divyaprabhāva
○prabhāva mfn. having celestial power MW.
⋙ divyapraśna
○praśna m. inquiring into dṭdivine phenomena, augury MBh. v, 1906
⋙ divyamantra
○mantra m. 'the divine syllable, Om, AmṛitUp. 20
⋙ divyamāna
○māna n. measuring time according to the days and years of the gods Sūryas.
⋙ divyamānuṣa
○mānuṣa m. 'divine man', demi-god Kathās. i, 47
⋙ divyayamunā
○yamunā f. 'the divine Jamnā', N. of a river in Kāma-rūpa, KāIP
⋙ divyaratna
○ratna n. 'divine gem', the fabulous gem Cintā-maṇi L.
⋙ divyaratha
○ratha m. 'divine car', vehicle of the gods L.
⋙ divyarasa
○rasa m. 'divine fluid', quicksilver L.
○sêndra-sāra m. N. of wk
⋙ divyarūpa
○rūpa and mfn. of a divine aspect, beautiful, handsome MBh. Kathās.
⋙ divyarūpin
○rūḍpin mfn. of a divine aspect, beautiful, handsome MBh. Kathās.
⋙ divyalatā
○latā f. 'the divine creeper', Sanseviera Zeylanica (= mūrvā) L.
⋙ divyavarmabhṛt
○varma-bhṛt mfn. wearing dṭdivine armour MBh. iii, 17167
⋙ divyavastra
○vastra m. 'divinely dressed', a kind of flower (= sūryaśobhā) L.
⋙ divyavākya
○vākya n. a divine voice
⋙ divyavijñānavat
○vijñānavat mfn. = -jñana mfn. Kathās. lxxvii, 6
⋙ divyaśrotra
○śrotra n. 'a divine ear' (which hears everything) Buddh.
⋙ divyasaṃkāśa
○saṃkāśa mfn. having a dṭdivine appearance R.
⋙ divyasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m. N. of wk
⋙ divyasānu
○sānu m. 'divine eminence', N. of one of the Viśve Devās MBh. xiii, 4355
⋙ divyasāra
○sāra m. having divine juice or resin', Thorea Robusta L.
⋙ divyasūri
○sūri m. N. of a man
-carita n. -prabhāvadīpikā f. N. of two wks
⋙ divyastrī
○strī f. a divine female, an Apsaras Var. Kathās.
⋙ divyasraganulepin
○srag-anulepin mfn. adorned with divine garlands and unguents Hcat. i, 8
⋙ divyāṃśu
divyâṃśu m. 'having divine rays', the sun MBh. iv, 390
⋙ divyākṛti
divyâkṛti mfn. of divine form, very beautiful Kathās. lxxvii, 68
⋙ divyāṅganā
divyâṅganā f. = ○vya-strī Daś.
⋙ divyādivya
divyâdivya mfn. divine and not dṭdivine (i.e. partly divine partly human) L.
• (ā), f. the heroine of a poem (as Sītā &c.) of mixed origin or character, a goddess W. [Page 479, Column 3]
⋙ divyāvadāna
divyâvadāna n. divine achievements', N. of a well-known Buddh. wk. from Nepāl (written in Sanskṛit)
⋙ divyodaka
divyôdaka n. 'divine water', i.e. rainwater L.
⋙ divyopapāduka
divyôpapāduka mf(ī)n. divinely born, celestial, supernatural L.
⋙ divyaugha
divyâugha m. pl. 'the divine hosts', forms of Siva and Durgā (with the Sāktas) L.
⋙ divyauṣadha
divyâuṣadha n. heavenly herbs or medicine, a magical potion Bhartṛ. ii, 13
⋙ divyauṣadhi
divyâuṣadhi f. red arsenic Bhpr.
≫ divyaka
divyaka m. a kind of serpent Suśr.
• another kind of animal (= divya, dhanvana) VarBṛS. ixxxviii, 18
≫ divyelaka
divyelaka m. a kind of serpent Suśr. (= devyaka?)
≫ dīv
dī́v f. (only dat. dīvé loc. dīví RV.
• acc. dyúvam dat. dyuvé AV.) gambling, playing with dice
⋙ dīvana
dī́ḍvana n. id. (cf. devana)
⋙ dīvyat
dī́vyat mfn. playing, gambling
• m. a gambler by profession Sāh.
≫ dīvi
dīvi m. the blue jay L. (cf. divi)
divira
divira m. a husband's brother (= devara) Gal.
• chief clerk or secretary (also -pati) Sch.
⋙ divirakiśora
○kiśora m. N. of a poet
diś 1
diś cl. 3. P. dídeṣṭi (Imper. dídeṣṭu RV.
• cl. 6. diśáti, ○te later the only Pres. stem
• pf. didéśa, didiśé
• fut. dekṣyati, ○te [deṣṭā Siddh.]
• aor. adikṣat ŚBr. &c
adikṣi, ádiṣṭa RV.
• inf. deṣṭum MBh. etc
díśe RV.) to point out, show, exhibit RV.viii, 82, 15
• to produce, bring forward (as a witness in a court of justice) Mn. viii
• to promote, effect, accomplish Kir., i, 18
• to assign, grant, bestow upon (dat. RV. ii, 41, 17 AV. xiv, 2, 13
• gen. MBh. iii, 14278 ; xiii, 1843
• loc. R. i, 2, 28)
• to pay (tribute) Hariv. 16061
• to order, command, bid (inf.) Kir. v, 28: Pass. diśyate MBh. &c.: Caus. deśayati, ○te
• aor. adīdiśat, to show, point out, assign MBh. R.
• to direct, order, command ib.
• teach, communicate, tell, inform confess Buddh.: Desid. didikṣati, ○te, to wish to show &c.: Intens. dédiṣṭe, 3. pl. ○śate, (p. f. pl. ○śatīs) to show, exhibit, manifest RV.
• to order, command ib.: Pass. dediśyate, to show or approve one's self. AV. VS. [Cf. Z. dis
• Gk. ? ; Lat. dīco, [479, 3] in-dṛcare &c. ; Goth. teihan ; O. E. téon (fr. tíhan).]
≫ dik
dik in comp. for 2. diś, p. 480
⋙ dikkanyā
○kanyā f. a quarter of the sky deified as a young virgin Bhartṛ. iii, 93 (v. l. kāntā)
⋙ dikkara
○kara mf(ī)n. youthful, juvenile (lit. making, i.e. changing quarter continually, restless)
• m. a youth L.
• = aruṇa (as making a quarter for the sun) L.
• = sambhu (granter of space, promoter?) L.
• (ī), f. a young woman L.
-vāsinī f. a form of Devii VP.
⋙ dikkarika
○karika mfn. (ifc.) = -karin and (at, once) = -karikā, f. the mark of a bite or of a nail Śiś. iv, 9
• (ā), f. N. of a river, KāIP
⋙ dikkarin
○karin m. elephant of the quarter', one of the mythical elephants which stand in the four or eight quarters of the sky and support the earth BhP.
⋙ dikkāntā
○kāntā (cf. Bhartṛ. iii, 93),
⋙ dikkāminī
○kāminī f. (cf. Rājat. iii, 382) = -kanyā
⋙ dikkuñjara
○kuñjara m.= -karin Sāh.
⋙ dikkumāra
○kumāra m. pl. 'the youths of the qṭquarter', a class of deities (with Jainas) L.
⋙ dikcakra
○cakra n. the circuit of the qṭquarter of the compass, the horizon Ratn. iii, 5
• the compass, the whole world VarBṛS.
-vāla n. the whole range of sight, the scenery all around Kād.
⋙ dikchabda
○chabda (for śabda), m. a word denoting a direction Pāṇ. 2-3, 29
⋙ diktaṭa
○taṭa m. the line of the horizon, remotest distance Rājat. Kathās.
⋙ diktas
○tás ind. from the regions of the sky ŚBr.
⋙ diktulya
○tulya mfn. having the same direction Sūryas.
-tā f. ib.
⋙ dikpati
○pati m. a regent or guardian of a qṭquarter of the sky (often identified with loka-pāla, q.v.) VarBṛS. Gīt.
⋙ dikpatha
○patha m. 'the path of the horizon', the surrounding region or quarter Rājat.v, 341
⋙ dikpāla
○pāla m. -pati Rājat. iv, 225
⋙ dikpravibhāga
○pravibhāga m. a quarter, direction Sch. on VarBṛS.
⋙ dikprekṣaṇa
○prêkṣaṇa n. looking round in all directions (from fear &c.) Sāh.
⋙ dikśūla
○śūla n. 'sky-spear', any inauspicious planetary conjunction
• N. of partic. days on which it is not allowed to travel in certain directions L.
-lakṣaṇa n. N. of ch. of the PSarv.
⋙ diksama
○sama mfn. = -tulya Sūryas.
⋙ diksādhanayantra
○sādhana-yantra n. N. of wk
⋙ diksāmya
○sāmya n. sameness of direction Sūryas.
⋙ diksudṛś
○sudṛś (cf. SŚaṃkar.) and f. = -kanyā
⋙ diksundarī
○sundarī (cf. Gīt.), f. = -kanyā
⋙ diksrakti
○srakti mfn. having the angles or corners towards the quarters of the compass Sch. on KātySr.
⋙ diksvāmin
○svāmin m. = -pati VarBṛS.
≫ dig
dig in comp. for 2 . diś
⋙ digaṅganā
○aṅganā f. = dik-kanyā Kuval.
⋙ digadhipa
○adhipa m. = dik-pati Naish. vi, 112
⋙ diganta
○anta m. 'the end of the horizon', remote distance Bhartṛ. i, 37 [Page 480, Column 1]
• mfn. being in remote distance MBh. x, 260
⋙ digantara
○antara n. another region, a foreign country Ragh. ii, 15 Rājat. &c
• a quarter of the sky
• (also pl.) space, the atmosphere Kād. = ambara mfn. 'sky clothed', i.e. quite naked Bhartṛ. iii, 90 Pañc. v, 14
• m. (also -ka) a naked mendicant (esp. of the Jaina or Bauddha sect, 1. kṣapaṇa) Prab. Vet. &c. MWB. 530 &c
• N. of Siva or Skanda L.
• of a grammarian Gaṇar.
• darkness L.
• (ī), f. N. of Durgā L. (cf. -vastra and -vāsas)
○ra-tva n. entire nakedness Kum. v, 72
⋙ digavasthāna
○avasthāna n. air Gal.
⋙ digāgata
○āgata mfn. come from a distant qṭquarter Yājñ. ii, 254
⋙ digibha
○ibha m. = dik-karin BhP. v, 14, 39
⋙ digīśa
○īśa (cf. Var.) and m. = dik-pati
⋙ digīśvara
○īśvara (cf. MBh.), m. = dik-pati
⋙ diggaja
○gaja m. = dik-karin MBh. R. &c
⋙ diggrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. observing and fixing the quarters of the compass Var. BṛS. xxiv, 9
⋙ digjaya
○jaya m. the conquest of various countries in all directions Rājat. iv, 183 (cf. -vijaya)
⋙ digjyā
○jyā f. the azimuth cosine of a place, Gāṇit
⋙ digdantin
○dantin m. = dik-karin Śatr.
⋙ digdarśana
○darśana n. the act of looking to every quarter, a general survey MW.
⋙ digdarśin
○darśin mfn. looking round on all sides, having a general view ib.
⋙ digdāha
○dāha m. glowing, i.e. preternatural redness of the horizon Mn. iv, 115, Yājn1. MBh. &c
⋙ digdevatā
○devatā f. = dik-pati BhP.
⋙ digdeśa
○deśa m. a distant region or country Rājat. iv, 308 ; 417
• in g. region, country Hit. i, 1/2
⋙ digdaivata
○daivata n. = -devatā MBh. vii, 7293
⋙ dignāga
○nāga din-
⋙ digbandha
○bandha m. = grahana Kathās. lxxiii, 116
⋙ digbhāga
○bhāga m.= dik-provibh○ R. iv, 47 Pañc. ii, 12/13
⋙ digbheda
○bheda m. difference of direction Sūryas.
⋙ digbhrama
○bhrama m. perplexity about points of the compass
• mistaking the way or direction Vcar. v, 66
⋙ digmaṇḍala
○maṇḍala see, diṅ
⋙ digyātrā
○yātrā f. a procession in different directions Siṃhâs. Introd. 3,
⋙ diglābha
○lābha m. profit or gain in a distant region Yājñ. ii, 254
⋙ digvakrasaṃstha
○vakra-saṃstha mfn. standing apart from the right direction VarYogay. viii, 1
⋙ digvadhū
○vadhū f. -aṅganā Kād.
⋙ digvasana
○vasana m. a Jaina SŚaṃkar.
• n. nakedness' Pratāpar.
⋙ digvastra
○vastra mfn. = -ambara
• m. N. of Śiva L.
• of a grammarian (= deva-nandin) Gaṇar.
⋙ digvāraṇa
○vāraṇa m.= dik-karin MBh.
⋙ digvāsas
○vāsas mfn. = -ambara Mn. xi, 201 MBh. BhP.
• m. a naked mendicant L.
• N. of Śiva MBh. xiii, 695 &c
• of a grammarian Gaṇar.
⋙ digvijaya
○vijaya m. = dig-jaya
• N. of a section of the MBh. (ī, 983-1203) describing the victories of Yudhi-shṭhira
• of a wk. by Śaṃkarâcārya describing his controversial victories over various sects
-krama m. going forth to conquer the world, invasion W.
⋙ digvidikstha
○vidik-stha mfn. situated towards the cardinal and intermediate points, encompassing MW.
⋙ digvidhāna
○vidhāna n. N. of a ch. of the Tantras.
⋙ digvibhāga
○vibhāga m. quarter, point, direction Vikr. i, 0/1 Ratn. iv, 5
⋙ digvibhāvita
○vibhāvita mfn. celebrated or known in all quarters W.
⋙ digvirati
○virati f. the not passing beyond boundaries in any direction Jain.
⋙ digvilokana
○vilokana n. = dik-prekṣaṇa Kām. vii, 25
⋙ digvyāghāraṇa
○vyāghāraṇa n. sprinkling of the quarters of the sky PārGṛ. iii, 8, 9,
⋙ digvyāpin
○vyāpin mfn. spreading through all space or every quarter W.
⋙ digvrata
○vrata n. = -virati Jain.
≫ diṅ
diṅ in comp. for 2. diś
⋙ diṅnāga
○nāga m. = dik-karin MBh.
• N. of a Buddh. author (v. l. dig-n○) &c
⋙ diṅnātha
○nātha m. = dik-pati Var.
⋙ diṅmaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. = dikcakra Bhartṛ.
• var. (v. l. dig-m○
⋙ diṅmātaṅga
○mātaṅga m. = -nāga Rājat.
⋙ diṅmātra
○mātra n. a mere direction or indic Kāvyâd. ii, 96
⋙ diṅmārga
○mārga m. a country road or a road to a distant country MW.
⋙ diṅmukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. facing any point or qṭquarter W.
• n. any quarter or point of the heavens Kāv.
• place, spot Sūryas.
-maṇḍala n. pl. the countries all around Subh. 123
⋙ diṅmūḍha
○mūḍha mfn. confused about the qṭquarters of the compass R. iii, 60, 3
• anything about the direction of which one is doubtful VarBṛS. liii, 115
⋙ diṅmoha
○moha m. = dig-bhrama Kām. xiv, 24
≫ diś 2
diś f. quarter or region pointed at, direction, cardinal point RV. AV. ŚBr. &c. (four in number, viz. prācī, east
dakṣiṇā, south
pratici, west
• and udīcī, north AV. xv, 2, 1 ĀśvGṛ. iv, 8 &c. ; Sometimes a 5th, dhruvā AV. iii, 9, 15 ŚBr. ix, 4, 3, 10 ; and a 6th, ūrdhvā AV. iii, 27, 1 ŚBr. xiv, 6, 11, 5 ; and a 7th, vy-adhvā AV. iv, 40, l ŚBr. ix, 5, 2, 8 ; but oftener 8 are given, i.e. the 4 cardinal and the 4 intermediate quarters, S.E., S.W., N. W., and N. E. Mn. i, 13 [cf. upa-] ; and even a 9th, and 10th, tiryak or adhas and ūrdhvam ŚBr. vi, 2, 2, 34 MBh. i, 729
diśām pati [cf. dik-pati) below] = Soma RV. ix, 113, 2, or = Rudra VS.xvi, 17)
• quarter, region, direction, place, part (pl., rarely eg. the whole world, e.g. diśi, diśi, in all directions, everywhere Bhartṛ. i, 86
digbhyas, from every quarter BhP. i, 15, 8 [Page 480, Column 2]
diśo diśas, hither and thither Pañc. ii, 116/117
diśo'valokya, looking into the quarter of the sky, i.e. into the air Ratn. iv, 4/5 díso'ntāt, from the extremities of the world ib., Introd. 6)
• country, esp. foreign country, abroad (cf. dig-āgata and -lābha, below)
• space (beside kāla) Kap. ii, 12
• the numeral 10 (cf. above) Śrutab. Sūryas.
• a hint, reference, instance, example Suśr. Sāh. Sch. ; precept, order, manner RV. [cf. ? O. H.G. śeiga ( also diśā)]
• mark of a bite L.
• N. of a river MBh. vi, 327
≫ diśo
diśo^ = diśas (gen. of 2. diś) in comp
⋙ diśodaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. 'sky-staff', a partic. appearance in the sky
⋙ diśodāha
○dāha m. = dig- Divyāv.
⋙ diśobhāga
○bhāga wṛ. for
⋙ diśobhāj
○bhāj mfn. one who runs away in all directions Pañc. (B) iv, 15, 114/115
⋙ diśoyāyin
○yāyin mfn. spreading in all directions Kād.
≫ diśam
diśam ind. = 2. diś ifc. (g. sarad-ādi)
≫ diśas
diśas f. region, quarter &c. L.
≫ diśā
diśā f. direction, region, quarter or point of the compass MBh. iv, 17l6 &c. Hār. 2243 (cf. antara- and avântara-)
• N. of the wife of RudraBhima VP.
⋙ diśāgaja
○gaja m. = dik-karin Hariv. R.
⋙ diśācakṣus
○cakṣus m. 'sky-vision', N. of a son of Garuḍa MBh. v, 3595,
⋙ diśāpāla
○pāla m.= dik- Hariv. 273
• = dik-karin R. i, 41, 16 &c
≫ diśya
díśya mfn. relating to the quarters of the sky or to the horizon, being there ĀśvGṛ. Kauś.
• relating to space Kaṇ. ii, 2, 10
• foreign, outlandish Śiś. iii, 76
• (ā), f. N. of a kind of brick ŚBr. KātyŚr.
≫ diṣṭa
diṣṭá mfn. shown, pointed out, appointed, assigned (diṣṭā gatis, the appointed way', i.e. death R. ii, 103, 8)
• fixed, settled
• directed, bidden RV. AV. MBh. R. &c
• m. time L.
• a sort of Curcuma L.
• N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata Pur.
• n. appointed place ChUp. v, 9, 2
• aim, goal TBr. ii, 4, 2, 2 &c
• allotment, assignment, decree
• fate, destiny AV. x, 3, 16 MBh.
• direction, order, command BhP. v, 1, 11 &c. Rājat. iv, 121
• a description according to space and time (i.e. of a natural phenomenon) Sāh.
⋙ diṣṭakārin
○kārin mfn. executing an order or acting according to fate BhP. iv, 28, 1
⋙ diṣṭadṛś
○dṛś mfn. looking at fate or at one's lot BhP. iv, 21, 22
⋙ diṣṭapara
○para mfn. relying on fate, fatalist MBh. iii, 1214
⋙ diṣṭabhāva
○bhāva m. 'appointed state', i.e. death MBh. v, 4529
⋙ diṣṭabhuj
○bhuj mfn. reaping the appointed results of one's works BhP. vii, 13, 39
⋙ diṣṭānta
diṣṭânta m. 'appointed end', i.e. death MBh. R. &c
≫ diṣṭi
diṣṭi f. direction, prescription, TāṇdyaBr. xxv, 18
• auspicious juncture, good fortune, happiness (esp. instr. ○ṭyā, thank heaven! I congratulate you on your good luck! often with vardhase, you are fortunate) MBh. Kāv. &c
• a kind of measure of length Kauś. Sch. on Kāty. Sr
⋙ diṣṭivṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. congratulation Kād. Hcar.
diś 3
diś a vulgar form for dṛś, to see Pāṇ. i, 3, 1 Vārtt. 13 Pat.
diṣṇu
diṣṇu mfn. = deṣṇu liberal
dih 1
dih cl. 2. P. Ā. degdhi, digdhe Dhātup. xxiv, 5 (Subj. -déhat RV. vii, 50, 2
• pf. dideha, didihe MBh.
• fut. dhekṣyati, degdhā Siddh.
• aor. adhikṣat, ○ta, 3. pl. ○ṣur JaimBr.
adigdka Pāṇ. 7-3, 73) to anoint, smear, plaster ŚBr. KātyŚr. Mn. MBh. R. &c
• increase, accumulate L.: Caus. dehayati, ○te MBh. &c
• aor: adīdihat: Desid. didhikṣati, ○te
dhīkṣate (cf. ŚBr.), to wish to anoint one's self: Intens. dedihyate, dedegdhi. [Fr. orig. dhigh'
• cf. ?, ?, ?, ? ; Lat. fingo, figulus, figura ; Goth. deigan, gadigis ; O.E. dāh ; Eng. dough ; Germ. ṭeig.]
≫ dih 2
dih su-
dihlā
dihlā f. N. of a woman Rājat. vii, 332 (cf. dilha)
dī 1
(cf. √ḍi), cl. 4. P. Ā. dī́yati, ○te, to soar, fly RV. SV.: Intens. inf. dédīyitavaí, to fly away ŚBr. [Cf. ḍī
• Gk. [480, 2] ?, ?, ?, ?.]
dī 2
(dīdī or dīdi). cl. 3. P. 3. pl. dīdyati (Impv. dīdihi and didīhí RV.
• impf. ádīdet ib.
• pf. dīdāya or (cf. ŚBr.) dīdaya
dīdétha, didiyus ib.
• Subj. dīdáyati, ○yat ib.
dī́dayat RV. x, 30, 4 ; 95, 12
dīdāyat AV. iii, 8, 3
dīdayante ib. xviii, 3, 23
• Prec. dīdyāsam TBr.
• p. Pres. P. dī́diat Ā. dī́diāna, p. pf. dīvás) RV. to shine, be bright
• to shine forth, excel, please, be admired RV. AV. Br. [Page 480, Column 3]
• bestow upon (loc. or dat.) by shining RV. ii, 2, 6 ; i, 93, 10. [Cf.?, ?, ?.]
≫ dīti
dīti f. splendour, brightness ( su-)
≫ dīdi
dīdi mfn. shining, bright
• only in
⋙ dīdyagni
dīdy-agni mfn. having bright fires (said of the Aśvins) RV. i, 15, 11 ; viii, 57, 2
≫ dīditi
dīditi f. = dīti ( su-dī́diti)
≫ dīdivi
dī́divi mfn. shining, bright RV. i, 1, 8
• risen (as a star) L.
• m. a N. of Bṛihas-pati, the planet Jupiter L.
• heaven, final emancipation (cf. didivi) L.
• mn. boiled rice, food L. (cf. didīvi)
• = artha L.
dī 3
cl. 4. Ā. dīyate, to decay, perish (cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 25
didīye
dāsyate, dātā
adāsta Pāṇ. 6-4, 63 ; i, 50): Caus. dāpayati Vop.: Desid. didiṣate and didāsate ib.
≫ dī 4
f. decay, ruin
⋙ dīda
○da mfn. causing ruin, destroying W.
≫ dīna
dīná mfn. (fr. √3. di?) scarce, scanty RV.
• depressed, afflicted, timid, sad
• miserable, wretched Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• (am), ind. sadly, miserably Śiksh. 35
• n. distress, wretchedness Hariv. Pañc.
• Tabernamontana Coronaria L.
• (ā), f. the female of a mouse or shrew L.
⋙ dīnacitta
○citta and mfn. 'distressed in mind', dejected Kāv.
⋙ dīnacetana
○cetana mfn. 'distressed in mind', dejected Kāv.
⋙ dīnatā
○tā (○ná-), f. scarcity, weakness RV. vii, 89, 3
⋙ dīnadakṣa
○dakṣa (○ná-), mfn. of weak understanding RV. x, 2, 5
⋙ dīnadāsa
○dāsa m. a N. applied to a Śūdra Kull.
⋙ dīnadīna
○dīna mfn. very wretched or miserable Bhām.
⋙ dīnadhī
○dhī mfn. = -citta MW.
⋙ dīnanātha
○nātha and ○tha-sūri m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ dīnamanas
○manas and mfn. = -citta MBh.
⋙ dīnamānasa
○mānasa mfn. = -citta MBh.
⋙ dīnamukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. 'sad-faced', looking melancholy W.
⋙ dīnarūpa
○rūpa mfn. of melancholy aspect, dejected MBh. i, 1817
⋙ dīnalocana
○locana m. (dīpta-?) a cat L.
⋙ dīnavatsala
○vatsala mfn. kind to the poor MW.
⋙ dīnavadana
○vadana mfn. = -mukha Daś.
⋙ dīnavarṇa
○varṇa mfn. discoloured, pale MBh. iii, 15677
⋙ dīnasattva
○sattva mfn. = -citta R.
⋙ dīnasādhaka
○sādhaka m. 'causing woe, N. of Śiva MBh. xiii, 1152
⋙ dīnākrandanastotra
dīnâkrandana-stotra n. N. of Stotras
⋙ dīnānukampana
dīnânukampana mfn. pitying the poor MW.
⋙ dīnāsya
dīnâsya mfn. = ○na-vadana Bhartṛ. iii, 22
⋙ dīnaka
dīnaka mfn. very miserable or dejected
• (am), ind. very miserably MBh. iii, 12260
dīkṣ
dīkṣ (Desid. of √dakṣ?), cl. 1. Ā. dīkṣate Dhātup. xvi, 8 (pf. didīkské
• fut. dīkṣiṣyáte
• aor. adidīkṣas and adīkṣiṣta Br.
• ind. p. dīkṣitvā ChUp.) to consecrate or dedicate one's self (esp. for the performance of the Soma-sacrifice) Br. Up. Pur.
• to dedicate one's self to a monastic order Buddh.: Caus. dīkṣayati, ○te, to consecrate, initiate TS. Br.
• pf. didīkṣur TāṇḍyaBr. xxiv, 18
• to consecrate as a king MBh. Hariv.
• to make ready, prepare MBh.: Desid. didīkṣiṣate, to wish to be consecrated AitBr. iv, 25
≫ dīkṣaka
dīkṣaka m. a priest, spiritual guide
• N. of a king Virac.
≫ dīkṣaṇa
dīkṣaṇa n. consecrating one's self or causing one's self to be consecrated, consecration, initiation ŚrS. MBh.
• (ā), f. id. VarBṛS. xcviii, 14
⋙ dīkṣaṇīya
dīkḍṣaṇī́ya mfn. (fr. √dikṣ) to be consecrated or initiated
• (fr. dīkṣaṇa) relating to consecration Br.
• (ā), f. (cf. Vait.) = ○yeṣti f. the sacrifice of consecration or initiation Br. ŚrS.
≫ dīkṣayitṛ
dīkṣayitṛ L. m. consecrator AitBr. i, 4
≫ dīkṣā
dīkṣā́ f. preparation or consecration for a religious ceremony, undertaking religious observances for a partic. purpose and the observances themselves AV. VS. Br. ŚrS. &c
• dedication, initiation (personified as the wife of Soma RV. 25, 26, of Rudra Ugra or Rudra Vāmadeva Pur.)
• any serious preparation (as for battle) MBh. Hariv. Kāv.
• self-devotion to a person or god, complete resignation or restriction to, exclusive occupation with (comp
• cf viraha-, śāka-, śṛṅgāra.)
⋙ dīkṣākaraṇa
○karaṇa n. performance of consecration Sarvad.
⋙ dīkṣākārin
○kārin mfn. consecrating, initiating ib.
⋙ dīkṣākramaratna
○krama-ratna n. 'the jewel of the regular order of initiation', N. of wk
⋙ dīkṣāguru
○guru m. a teacher of initiation Bālar. x, 41
⋙ dīkṣāṅgasvastivācana
○"ṣṅga-svasti-vācana (○kṣâṅg○), n. N. of wk
⋙ dīkṣātattva
○tattva n. 'essence of initiation', N. of wk
⋙ dīkṣānta
○"ṣnta (○kṣtân○), m. the end of a Dīkshaá = avabhṛtha L.
⋙ dīkṣāpati
○pati (○kskā́-), m. 'consecration-lord', i.e. Soma VS. v, 6
⋙ dīkṣāpattra
○pattra n. N. of wk
⋙ dīkṣāpaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of wk
⋙ dīkṣāpāla
○pā́la m. guardian of initiation (Agni or Vishṇu) Br.
⋙ dīkṣāprakaraṇa
○prakaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ dīkṣāphala
○phala n. 'the fruit of initiation', N. of a ch. of the PSarv.
⋙ dīkṣāmaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting in initiation Hariv. 2115
⋙ dīkṣāmahotsava
○mahôtsava m
⋙ dīkṣāmāsādivicāra
○māsâdivicāra m
⋙ dīkṣāratna
○ratna n
⋙ dīkṣāvidhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ dīkṣāvidhi
○vidhi m. [Page 481, Column 1]
⋙ dīkṣāvinoda
○vinoda m
⋙ dīkṣāviveka
○viveka m
⋙ dīkṣāsaṃskāra
○saṃskāra m
⋙ dīkṣāsūkta
○sū7kta n
⋙ dīkṣāsetu
○setu m. N. of wks
≫ dīkṣita
dīkṣitá mf(i GopBr. i, 5, 24)n. consecrated, initiated into (dat., loc., instr., or comp.) AV. TS. Br. ŚrS. Mn. MBh. &c
• prepared, ready for (dat., instr. or comp.) MBh. R. (○taṃ-√kṛ, to initiate, instruct Kathās. xx, 198)
• performed (as the Dīkshā ceremony) W.
• m. a priest engaged in a Dīkshā (-tva n. Jaim.)
• a pupil of (affixed, and rarely prefixed to the N. of a teacher, and given as a N. to a Brāhman to denote his being a pupil of that teacher, e.g. bhaṭṭoji-, śaṃ-kara-
• sometimes the teacher's N. is dropped and Dīkshā is used alone)
⋙ dīkṣitadhuṇḍhirāja
○dhuṇḍhi-rāja m
⋙ dīkṣitabālakṛṣṇa
○bāla-kṛṣṇa m
⋙ dīkṣitayajñadatta
○yajñadatta m. N. of men Cat.
⋙ dīkṣitavasana
○vasana n. the garment of an initiated person ŚBr.
⋙ dīkṣitavāda
○vāda m. the statement that a person is initiated TS.
⋙ dīkṣitavimita
○vimitá n. a temporary dwelling for a person about to be initiated Kāṭh. xiii, 1 AitBr. i, 3 (cf. prācīna-vaṃśa)
⋙ dīkṣitavrata
○vrata n. the vow of an initiated person KātyŚr. iv, 6, 13
⋙ dīkṣitasāmarāja
○sāmarāja m. N. of the author of Dhūrta-nartaka
⋙ dikṣitāvedana
dikṣitâvedana n. = ○ta-vāda Vait. xi, 12
≫ dīkṣitāyanī
dīkṣitāyanī f. N. of the wife of Dikshitayajñadatta L.
⋙ dīkṣitīya
dīkṣiḍtīya mfn. written by a Dikshita
• n. N. of such a work
≫ dīkṣitṛ
dīkṣitṛ m. a consecrator Pāṇ. 3-2, 153
≫ dīkṣin
dīkṣin mfn. (ifc.) one who has been initiated (cf. gaṇa-)
dīdī
dīdī or dīdi, √2.
dīdhī 1
dīdhī (connected with √2. ), cl. 2. Ā. didhīte, to shine, be bright Dhātup. xxiv, 68
• P. ádīdhet, 3. pl. adīdhayur, to appear as, resemble (nom.) RV. v, 40, 5 ; x, 98, 7
≫ dīdhiti 1
dī́dhiti f. brightness, splendour, light, a ray Naigh. i, 5 MBh. Kālid. &c
• majesty, power Bhartṛ. ii, 2
• N. of wks., esp. ifc
⋙ dīdhitiprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ dīdhitipratyakṣaṭikā
○pratyakṣa-ṭikā f
⋙ dīdhitimāthurī
○māthurī f. N. of Comms
⋙ dīdhitimat
○mat mfn. having splendour, shining, brilliant, SāṅkhGṛ. vi, 3
• m. the sun Kum. ii, 2 ; vii, 10
• N. of a Muni Kathās. lix, 93
⋙ dīdhitiraudrī
○raudrī f
⋙ dīdhitivyākhyā
○vyākhyā f. N. of wks
dīdhī 2
dīdhī (cf. √1. dhī and √dhyai), cl. 2. Ā. didhīte, 1. sg. dīdhye (cf. RV. v, 33, 1), p. Pres. dī́dhyat (cf. RV. ii, 20, 1) and dī́dhyānā (cf. RV., often with manasā) to perceive, think, be intent upon
• to wish, desire. 2
⋙ dīdhiti
dī́dhiti f. religious reflection, devotion, inspiration RV. i, 186, 11 &c
dīna
dīná mfn. under √3.
dīnāra
dīnāra m. (fr. ?, denarius) a gold coin or a certain weight of gold (variously stated as 2 Kāshṭhas, 1 Pala of 32 Rettis or the large Pala of 108 Suvarṇas) Pañc. Rājat. iv
• a gold ornament L.
• a seal L.
⋙ dīnāraka
dīnāḍraka m
⋙ dīnārikā
dīnāḍrikā f. (cf. Hariv.), and m. (cf. Rājat.) id
⋙ dinnāra
dinnāra m. (cf. Rājat.) id
dīp
dīp cl. 4. Ā. dīpyate (dīpyáte TBr., dipyati MBh., pf. didīpe Ragh. v, 47
• fut. dīpiṣyate, dīpitā
• aor. adīpi, adipiṣṭa inf. dipitum Pāṇ. 7-2, 8 Sch. ; iii, 1, 61) to blaze, flare, shine, be luminous or illustrious AV. Br. Mn. MBh. Kālid. &c
• glow, burn (also with anger Bhaṭṭ.): Caus. dipáyati, ○te, aor. adīdipat or adidipat (cf. Pāṇ. 7-4, 3) to kindle, set on fire, inflame TāṇḍyaBr. xvi, 1 ĀśvGṛ. iv, 6 Kauś. 60 &c
• illuminate, make illustrious MBh. Hariv. &c
• excite, rouse ib.: Desid. didīpiṣate: Intens. dedīpyate, to blaze fiercely, shine intensely, be very bright MBh. BhP.
• p. dedīpyantī MBh. vii, 8138
≫ dīpa
dīpa m. a light, lamp, lantern ĀśvGṛ. Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ dīpakarpūraja
○karpūra-ja m. a kind of camphor Gal.
⋙ dīpakalikā
○kalikā f. N. of a Comm. on Yājñ.
⋙ dīpakiṭṭa
○kiṭṭa n. lamp-black, soot L.
⋙ dīpakūpī
○kūpī f
⋙ dīpakhori
○khori f. the wick of a lṭlamp-black L.
⋙ dīpaṃkara
○ṃ-kara m. 'light-causer', N. of a mythical Buddha MWB. 136
-jñāna m. having the knowledge of a Buddha, N. of a man Buddh.
⋙ dīpada
○da mfn. one who gives a lamp Mn. iv, 229
⋙ dīpadāna
○dāna n. 'giving light', N. of a ch. of the PSarv.
-paddhati f. -ratna n. -vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ dīpadhvaja
○dhvaja m. 'lamp-sign', soot L.
⋙ dīpapādapa
○pādapa m. 'light tree', a candlestick L.
⋙ dīpapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. 'lamp-flower', Michelia Campaka L.
⋙ dīpapūjā
○pūjā f. -vidhāna n
⋙ dīpaprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wks
⋙ dīpabhājana
○bhājana n. 'light-receptacle', a lamp Ragh. xix, 51
⋙ dīpamallī
○mallī f. a lamp Gal.
⋙ dīpamālā
○mālā f. a row of lamp, an illumination MBh. xiii, 4727 Caurap. 18
⋙ dīpamālikā
○mālikā f. id
• N. of wk
○kêtsava m. 'the feast of lights', N. of the 125th ch. of the BhavP. ii
⋙ dīpamāhātmya
○māhātmya n. 'the glory of the festival of lights', N. of a ch. of the BhavP. i. [Page 481, Column 2]
⋙ dīpavat
○vat mfn. 'containing lights', illuminating
• (ī), f. N. of a river KālP.
⋙ dīpavarti
○varti f. the wick of a lamp Daś.
⋙ dīpavidhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ dīpavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ dīpavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -pādapa
• lantern, light MBh. R.
• Pinus Longifolia or Devadāru L.
⋙ dīpavyākaraṇa
○vyākaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ dīpaśatru
○śatru m. 'lamp-foe', a moth L.
⋙ dīpasikhā
○sikhā f. the flame of a lamp-foe Kathās. xviii, 77
• the point of a shining body, Lil. 95
• lamp-black, soot L.
○khôpaniṣad f. N. of an Up.
⋙ dīpaśṛṅkhalā
○śṛṅkhalā f. a row of lamps L.
⋙ dīpaśrāddhavidhi
○śrāddha-vidhi m
⋙ dīpasāra
○sāra m
⋙ dīpastambhadevatāpūjā
○stambhadevatā-pūjā f. N. of wks
⋙ dipāṅkura
dipâṅkura m. the flame or light of a lṭlamp, Bharṭr. iii, 81
⋙ dīpānvitā
dīpânvitā f. (sc. tithi) 'furnished with lamp', N. of the Diwāli festival BhavP.
⋙ dipārādhana
dipârādhana n. worshipping an idol by waving a lamp before it MW.
⋙ dipālī
dipâlī f. 'a row of lamp', a festival with illuminations on the day of new moon in the month Āśvina or Kārttika (Diwālī) RTL. 432
○lika-kalpa m. N. of wk
⋙ dīpāloka
dīpâloka m. lamp-light, a burning lṭlamp or torch ŚārṅgP.
⋙ dīpāvali
dīpâvali f. a row of lights, nocturnal illumination BhP. iv, 21, 4, also = dīpâdī
○valiprayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ dipāsura
dipâsura m. N. of an Asura Vīrac. xvi
⋙ dīpocchiṣṭa
dīpôcchiṣṭa n. 'lamp-sediment, soot
⋙ dīpotsava
dīpôtsava m. a festival of lights BhavP.
≫ dīpaka
dīpaka mfn. kindling, inflaming, illuminating Pañc. iii, 27, 221/222
• exciting, stimulating (digestion) Suśr.
• skilful in managing a lamp (g. ākarṣâdi)
• m. a light, lamp Hariv. Bhartṛ. BhP.
• the shining body, Lilāv
• N. of two plants having digestive properties, Ptychotis Ajowan or Celosia cristata L.
• a bird of prey L.
• (in music) N. of a Rāga
• a kind of measure
• N. of Kāma (the inflamer) L.
• of a son of Garuḍa (cf. MBh. v, 3596) &c
• m. or n. saffron L.
• (ikā), f. a light, lamp, lantern Hariv. Kāv. &c
• moonlight W.
• 'illustrator' or 'illustration' at the end of titles of books (cf. kula-, gūḍhârtha-, trailokya-) and also alone, N. of wks. ( below)
• Ptychotis Ajowan or the √of Calmus L.
• (in music) N. of a Rāgiṇī
• n. a partic. class of rhet. figures (throwing light upon an idea) Sāh. Kuval.
• N. of a metre,
⋙ dīpakamālā
○mālā f. N. of a metre
⋙ dīpakavyākaraṇa
○vyākaraṇa n. N. of wk
≫ dīpana
dīpana mf(i)n. kindling, inflaming, setting on fire MBh. Hariv. Kālid.
• digestive, stimulating (cf. agni- and anala-) Suśr.
• m. N. of certain digestive plants (= mayūra-śikha, śāliñca-śāka or kāsa-marda) L.
• an onion L.
• (ī), f. Trigonella Foenum Graecum Bhpr.
• Ptychotis Ajowan
• Clypea Hernandifolia L.
• a mystical formula described in the Tantra-sāra
• (in music) a kind of composition
• N. of a female attendant of Devii W.
• n. the act of kindling &c. R. Pañc. Daś.
• promoting digestion Suśr.
• a digestive or tonic Suśr.
• the √of Tabernaemontana Coronaria (cf. dīna) L.
• a partic. process to which minerals are subjected Sarvad.
• a partic. procedure with a magic formula ib.
⋙ dīpanīya
dīpanīya mfn. to be kindled or lighted or excited or stimulated
• relating to tonic medicines
• promoting digestion Suśr. Car.
• m. Ptychotis Ajowan L.
• n. a digestive Suśr.
⋙ dipayat
dipayat mfn. illuminating, inflaming W.
≫ dīpikā
dīpikā f. of dīpaka, q.v
⋙ dīpikāṭikā
○ṭikā f. N. of a Comm.
⋙ dīpikātaila
○taila n. the oil of Ptychotis Ajowan Suśr.
⋙ dīpikādhāriṇī
○dhāriṇī f. a female lamp-carrier Kād.
⋙ dīpikāprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ dīpikāprakāśikā
○prakāḍśikā f
⋙ dīpikāvivaraṇa
○vivaraṇa n
⋙ dīpikāvyākhyā
○vyākhyā f. N. of Comms
≫ dīpita
dīpita mfn. set on fire, inflamed, excited, illuminated, manifested MBh. R. &c
⋙ dīpitṛ
dīpitṛ m. an illuminator, enlightener Pāṇ. 3-2, 153
≫ dīpin
dīpin mfn. kindling, inflaming, exciting (ifc. Kathās. lxxxii, 29)
• (inī), f. a mystical formula (cf. dīpana f.)
≫ dīpta
dīpta mfn. blazing, flaming, hot, shining, bright, brilliant, splendid MuṇḍUp. ii, 1, 1 MBh. R. &c
• excited, agitated (krodha- MBh. v, 7207)
• (in augury) exposed to the sun (also āditya- MBh. iii, 15669)
• being on the wrong side, inauspicious (opp. to śānta) Hariv. Suśr. VarBṛS.
• clear, shrill (? applied to the inauspicious voice of an animal and opp. to pūrṇa) VarBṛS. lxxxviii, 11
• xci, 1 Suśr.
• m. a lion (from his bright colour) L.
• the citron tree L.
• inflammation of the nose Suśr.
• (ā), Methonica Superba L.
• Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
• = sātalā L.
• red arsenic L.
• (in music) a partic. tone
• a partic. Śakti Hcat. i, 5
• n. Asa Foetida L.
• gold L.
⋙ dīptakiraṇa
○kiraṇa mfn. 'hot-rayed', he sun Mṛicch. viii, 23
⋙ dīptakirti
○kirti mfn. 'bright-famed'
• N. of Skanda MBh.iii, 14630
⋙ dīptaketu
○ketu m. 'bright-bannered', N. of a king MBh. i, 231
• of a son of Manu Daksha-sāvarṇi BhP. viii, 13, 18. [Page 481, Column 3]
⋙ dīptajihvā
○jihvā f. 'red-tongued', a fox L.
⋙ dīptatapas
○tapas mfn. fervent in devotion, of glowing piety BrahmaP.
⋙ dīptatejas
○tejas mfn. radiant with glory ib.
⋙ dīptatva
○tva n. flaming, shining Sāh.
⋙ dīptanayana
○nayana m. 'having glittering eyes', N. of an owl Kathās.
⋙ dīptapiṅgala
○piṅgala m. 'bright and yellowish', a lion L.
⋙ dīptapuṣpā
○puṣpā f. 'bright. flowered', Tragia Involucrata L.
⋙ dīptarasa
○rasa m. 'having a yellow liquid', an earth-worm L.
-tva n. the predominance of fiery passions Vām. iii, 2, 14
⋙ dīptarūpin
○rūpin m. a partic. personification Gaut.
⋙ dīptaroman
○roman m. 'red-haired', N. of one of the Viśve Devās MBh. xiii, 4356
⋙ dīptalocana
○locana m. 'having glittering eyes', a cat L.
⋙ dīptaloha
○loha n. the shining metal, brass L.
⋙ dīptavarṇa
○varṇa mfn. 'red-coloured', N. of Skanda MBh. iii
⋙ dīptavīrya
○vīrya mfn. of fiery strength MBh. i, 2915
⋙ dīptaśakti
○śakti m. 'having a glittering spear', N. of Skanda ib.
⋙ dīptaśikha
○śikha mfn. 'bright-flamed' (fire) Kathās. lxxiii, m. N. of a Yaksha ib.
⋙ dīptasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of the father of Śabara-svāmin Cat.
⋙ diptāṃśu
diptâṃśu m. 'hot-rayed', the sun
⋙ diptākṣa
diptâkṣa mf(i)n. having bright or glittering eyes MBh. iii, 16138
• m. a cat L.
• a peacock W.
• N. of an owl Pañc.
• pl. N. of a people MBh. v
⋙ diptāgni
diptâgni m. blazing fire MBh. iii, 706
• N. of Agastya L. (cf. dahrâgni and satyâgni)
• mfn. having the gastric fire well kindled, i.e. digesting well Suśr. Hcat.
-tā f. goodness of digestion ib.
⋙ diptāṅga
diptâṅga m. 'having a brilliant body', a peacock L.
⋙ dīptātman
dīptâtman mfn. having a fiery nature MBh. v, 7040
⋙ diptāsya
diptâsya mfn. 'having fiery jaws', a serpent ib. 7169
⋙ diptoda
diptôda n. 'having brilliant water', N. of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 8685
⋙ dīptopala
dīptôpala m. 'brilliant stone', the sun gem (= sūrya-kānta)
• a crystalline lens L.
⋙ diptaujas
diptâujas mfn. glowing with energy VarBṛS. xxxii, 15
≫ diptaka
diptaka m. or n. a kind of disease of the nose L.
• n. gold L.
≫ dīpti
dī́pti f. brightness, light, splendour, beauty ŚBr. Mn. (cf. gṛha-) &c
• the flash-like flight of an arrow L.
• lac L.
• brass L.
• m. N. of one of the Viśve Devās
⋙ dīptikara
○kara mf(ā or ī)n. irradiating, illuminating MW.
⋙ dīptiketu
○ketu m. N. of a son of Manu Daksha-sāvarṇi (cf. dīpta-) VP.
⋙ dīptimat
○mat mfn. bright, splendid, brilliant MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hit.
• (ī), f. (in music) N. of a Śruti
≫ dīptika
dīptika mfn. (ifc.) = dī́pti
• m. a species of plant L.
⋙ dīptikośvaratīrtha
dīptiḍkôśvara-tīrtha (○kêśv○?), n. N. of a Tirtha ŚivaP.
≫ dīpya
dīpya mfn. to be kindled or inflamed or stimulated W.
• promoting digestion L.
• m. Celosia Cristata
• Ptychotis Ajowan
• cumin-seed L.
• n. white cumin-seed L.
⋙ dīpyaka
dīpyaka m. a species of plant Suśr.
• m. Celosia Cristata, m. or n. Ptychotis Ajowan
• n. Apium Involucratum L.
• n. a figure of rhetoric L.
≫ dīpra
dīpra mfn. flaming, shining, radiant Kathās. xxv, 135
• m. fire L.
dīrgha
dīrghá mf(ā)n. (compar. drā́ghīyas, superl. drā́ghiṣṭha qq. vv.
• rarely dirghatara [Pañc. iv, 13/14] and ○tama [BhP. vii, 5, 44]) long (in space and time), lofty, high, tall
• deep RV. AV. Br. &c
• long (in prosody) Prāt. Mn. &c
• (ám) ind. long, for a long time (superl. ○atamam BhP. iii, 1, 37)
• m. along vowel Gobh. ii, 8, 15 KātyŚr. &c
• a camel L.
• Saccharum Sara
• Ṣorea Robusta, = utkaṭa, rāma-śara &c. L.
• a mystical N. of the letter a Up.
• the 5th or 6th or 7th or 8th sign of the zodiac Jyot.
• N. of a prince of Magadha MBh. i, 4451
• of Śiva MBh. xiii, 1158
• (ā), f. an oblong tank (cf. ○ghikā) R. v, 16, 27
• a kind of plant= -pattrā L.
• a mystical N. of the letter n Up.
• n. a species of grass L.
• N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr. [Fr.√drāgh
• cf. also Gk. ? ; Sl. [dl˘ug˘u].]
⋙ dīrghakaṇā
○kaṇā f. white cumin L.
⋙ dīrghakaṇṭa
○kaṇṭa
⋙ dīrghakaṇṭaka
○kaṇḍṭaka m. long-thorned', N. of a plant (= varvūra) L.
⋙ dīrghakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha m. 'long-necked', N. of a Dānava Hār. (v. l. -bāhu)
⋙ dīrghakaṇṭhaka
○kaṇṭhaka m. Ardea Nivea L.
⋙ dīrghakandaka
○kandaka n. 'having long bulbs', a kind of radish ( = mūlaka)
• (ikā), f. Curculigo Orchioides (= muṣalī) L.
⋙ dīrghakaṃdharā
○kaṃ-dharā f. = -kaṇṭhaka L.
⋙ dīrghakarṇa
○karṇa m. 'long-ear', N. of a cat Hit.
⋙ dīrghakarṣaṇa
○karṣaṇa n. a sort of Svara SaṃhUp. Pushpas.
⋙ dīrghakāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa m. 'having long joints', the √of Scirpus Kysoor L.
• (ā), f. a sort of creeper L.
⋙ dīrghakāya
○kāya mfn. 'long-bodied', tall MW.
⋙ dīrghakāla
○kāla m. a long time Mn. viii, 145 MBh.
-jīvin mfn. long-lived MW.
⋙ dīrghakāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha n. a long piece of timber, spar, beam W.
⋙ dīrghakīla
○kīla or m. 'long-stemmed', Alangium Hexapetalum (= aṅkoṭa) L. =
⋙ dīrghakīlaka
○kīḍlaka m. 'long-stemmed', Alangium Hexapetalum (= aṅkoṭa) L. =
⋙ dīrghakūraka
○kūraka n. 'long rice', a kind of rice (= rājânna) L. [Page 482, Column 1]
⋙ dīrghakūrca
○kūrca mfn. 'long-bearded' MBh. vii, 4749
⋙ dīrghakeśa
○keśa mf(ī)n. 'long-haired'
• m. a bear L.
• pl. N. of a people
⋙ dīrghakośā
○kośā
⋙ dīrghakośikā
○koḍśikā and f. a kind of muscle shell, a cockle L.
⋙ dīrghakośī
○koḍśī f. a kind of muscle shell, a cockle L.
⋙ dīrghagati
○gati m. 'making long journeys', a camel L.
⋙ dīrghagāmin
○gāmin mfn. going or flying far MBh. vii, 3672
⋙ dīrghagranthi
○granthi m. 'having long knots or joints', Scindapsus Officinalis (= gaja-pippalī) L.
⋙ dīrghagrīva
○grīva mfn. 'long-necked'
• m. a camel L.
• a kind of curlew L.
• pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. xiv, 23
⋙ dīrghaghāṭika
○ghāṭika m. 'long-necked', a camel L.
⋙ dīrghacañcu
○cañcu m. 'long-beaked', a kind of bird L.
⋙ dīrghacaturaśra
○caturaśra mfn. shaped like an oblong square or parallelogram Sāy.
• m. an oblong, Śulbas. i, 36
⋙ dīrghacchada
○cchada mfn. 'long-leaved'
• m. Tectonia Grandis or sugar-cane L.
⋙ dīrghajaṅgala
○jaṅgala m. a kind of fish (= bhaṅgāna) L.
⋙ dīrghajaṅgha
○jaṅgha m. 'long-legged', a camel L.
• Ardea Nivea L.
• N. of a Yaksha Kathās. ii, 20
⋙ dīrghajānuka
○jānuka m. 'long kneed', Ardea Sibirica L.
⋙ dīrghajihva
○jihva mfn. 'longtongued'
• m. a snake L.
• N. of a Dānava MBh. i Hariv.
• (ā), f. N. of a Rākshasī MBh. R.
• of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2641), (ī́) f. . (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 59) N. of an evil spirit Br.
⋙ dīrghajihvya
○jihvya mfn. 'long-tongued' RV. ix, 101, 1
⋙ dīrghajīraka
○jīraka m. cumin Bhpr.
⋙ dīrghajīvantī
○jīvantī f. N. of a med. wk
⋙ dīrghajīvin
○jīvin mfn. long-lived Cāṇ. 9
⋙ dīrghatanu
○tanu mf(vii)n. 'having a lṭlong body', tall
• (vii), f. a kind of Aroidea L.
⋙ dīrghatantu
○tantu (○ghá-), mfn. forming a long thread or row RV. x, 69, 7
⋙ dīrghatapas
○tapas mfn. performing long penances R. Hariv.
• m. N. of several Ṛishis (also v. l. for ○tamas) Hariv. Pur.
○pa-ākhyāna, and ○paḥ-svarga-gamana n. 'the story of a long penance', and 'going to heaven by long penance', N. of 2 chapters of the ŚivaP.
⋙ dīrghatama
○tama mfn. longest
⋙ dīrghatamas
○tamas (○ghá-), m. N. of a Ṛishi with the patron. Aucathya and the metron. Māmateya RV. i, 158, 1 ; 6 (author of the hymns RV. i. 140-164 ; father of Kakshivat Sāy. on RV. i, 125, 1 ; through Bṛihas-pati's curse born blind MBh. i, 4192 &c. ; xii, 13182 ; father of Dhanvan-tari Pur. ; has by Su-deshṇā, Bali's wife, five sons, Aṅga, Bhaṅga, Kaliṅga, Puṇḍra, and Suhma MBh. Pur.) ; pl. his descendants
○tamaso'rka m. ○so vrata n. N. of two Sāmans (cf. -tapas and dairghatamasa)
⋙ dīrghatara
○tara mfn. longer
⋙ dīrghataru
○taru m. 'the lofty tree', the Tāl or palm tree L.
⋙ dīrghatā
○tā f. (cf. Suśr. Var.) and n. (cf. BhP.) length, longness
⋙ dīrghatva
○tva n. (cf. BhP.) length, longness
⋙ dīrghatimiṣā
○timiṣā f. Cucumis Utilissimus L.
⋙ dīrghatīkṣṇamukha
○tīkṣṇamukha mf(ī)n. having a long and pointed mouth (leech) Suśr.
⋙ dīrghatuṇḍa
○tuṇḍa mf(i and ā)n. 'lṭlong-snouted' MBh. ix, 2649
• (ā), f. the musk-rat L.
⋙ dīrghatṛṇa
○tṛṇa n. a kind of grass (= palli-vāha) L.
⋙ dīrghadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa mf(i)n. lṭlong-stemmed Kauś. 15
• m. Ricinus Communis Bhpr.
• the palm tree L.
• (i), f. a kind of small shrub (= go-rakṣī) L.
○ḍaka m. Ricinus Communis L.
⋙ dīrghadanta
○danta mf(ī)n. 'lṭlong-toothed' MBh. ix, 2649
⋙ dīrghadarśana
○darśana mfn. far-seeing, provident, sagacious, wise BhP. x, 29, 2
⋙ dīrghadarśin
○darśin mfn. id. MBh. R. &c
• m. a bear L.
• a vulture L.
• N. of a minister Kathās. lxxxvi, 5
• of a monkey R. v, 73, 43 (cf. dūra-)
○śitā f. ○śitva n. farsightedness, providence Kām. viii, 10 ; iv, 8
⋙ dīrghadarśivas
○darśivas (cf. MBh. v, 4380),
⋙ dīrghadṛśvan
○dṛśvan (cf. Kathās. lxi, 131) and mfn. = -darśana
⋙ dīrghadṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi (L.), mfn. = -darśana
⋙ dīrghadru
○dru m. = -taru L.
⋙ dīrghadruma
○druma m. 'the lofty tree', Salmalia Malabarica L.
⋙ dīrghadveṣin
○dveṣin mfn. cherishing long hatred, implacable MW.
⋙ dīrghanakha
○nakha mf(ī)n. having long nails MBh. ix, 2649
• m. N. of a man Buddh.
• (i), f. Diospyros Embryopteris L.
⋙ dīrghanāda
○nāda mfn. long-sounding
• m. a dog L.
• a cock L.
• a conch-shell L.
⋙ dīrghanāla
○nāla m. 'long-stalked', N. of several kinds of grass (= vṛtta-guṇḍa and yāvanāla)
• n. = -rohiṣaka L.
⋙ dīrghanidrā
○nidrā f. long sleep Ragh. xii, 81
• death Hcar.
⋙ dīrghaniśvasya
○niśvasya ind. sighing or having sighed deeply W.
⋙ dīrghaniśvāsa
○niśvāsa m. a long or deep-drawn sigh Mālatīm. vii, 1/2
⋙ dīrghanītha
○nītha (○ghá-), m. N. of a man RV. viii, 50, 10
⋙ dīrghapakṣa
○pakṣa m. 'long-winged', the fork-tailed shrike L.
⋙ dīrghapaṭolikā
○paṭolikā f. a kind of cucurbitaceous fruit L.
⋙ dīrghapattra
○pattra mfn. 'long-leaved'
• m. a kind of sugar-cane Suśr.
• a species of ebony tree Bhpr.
• the palm tree L.
• a kind of onion L.
• some other bulbous plant (= viṣṇu-kanda) L.
• several kinds of grass L.
• (ā), f. a kind of plant related to the Hemionitis Cordifolia L.
• Pandanus Odoratissimus L.
• = ḍoḍīgandha-pattrā &c. L.
• (i), f. = palāśī or mahācañcu L.
⋙ dīrghapattraka
○pattraka m. a kind of sugar-cane Suśr.
• a kind of garlic (= rakta-lasuna) L.
• Ricinus Communis L.
• Barringtonia Acutangula L.
• a kind of reed L.
• Capparis Aphylla L.
• = jalaja-madhūka L. [Page 482, Column 2]
• (ikā), f. Desmodium Gangeticum L.
• Aloe Indica L.
• = palāśī L.
⋙ dīrghapad
○pad or mfn. 'long-legged'
⋙ dīrghapād
○pād mfn. 'long-legged'
• m. a heron L.
⋙ dīrghaparṇa
○parṇa mfn. long-leaved
• (i), f. a species of plant related to the Hemionitis Cordifolia L.
⋙ dīrghaparvan
○parvan m. 'having long knots or joints', sugar-cane L.
⋙ dīrghapallava
○pallava m. 'having long shoots or tendrils', Cannabis Sativa or Crotolaria Juncea L.
⋙ dīrghapavana
○pavana mfn. long winded'
• m. an elephant L. (cf. -māruta)
⋙ dīrghapāṭha
○pāṭha m. 'the long reading', a kind of recitation of the VS. in which the consonants are often doubled Cat.
⋙ dīrghapāda
○pāda = -pad L.
⋙ dīrghapādapa
○pādapa m. = -taru or the Areca-nut tree L.
⋙ dīrghapādyā
○pādyā f. a kind of brick, Śulbas. iii, 177
⋙ dīrghapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. 'having long flowers', Michelia Champaka or Calotropis Gigantea L.
⋙ dīrghapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha mfn. 'long-backed'
• m. a snake L.
⋙ dīrghaprajña
○prajña mfn. having a far-seeing mind
• m. N. of a king MBh.
⋙ dīrghaprayajyu
○prayajyu (○ghá-), mfn. persevering in offerings and sacrifices RV. vii, 82, 1
• receiving constant offerings or worship (Vishṇu-Varuṇa) TBr. ii, 8, 4, 5
⋙ dīrghaprayatna
○prayatna m. persevering effort MW.
⋙ dīrghaprasadman
○prasadman (○ghá-), mfn. offering extensive seats (the earth) RV. viii, 10, 1 ; 25, 20
⋙ dīrghaprāṇa
○prâṇa mfn. having long breath ĀpŚr. vi, 20, 2
⋙ dīrghaprekṣin
○prêkṣin mfn. = -darśana MBh. vii, 5467
⋙ dīrghaphala
○phala mfn. having long fruit
• m. N. of plants (Cathartocarpus Fistula, Butea Frondosa, Asclepias Gigantea) L.
• (ā), f. a red-colouring Oldenlandia
• a vine with reddish grapes
• Odina Pennata
• a kind of cucumber L. =
⋙ dīrghaphalaka
○phalaka m. Agati Grandiflora L.
⋙ dīrghabāhu
○bāhu mfn. long-armed MBh. iii, 2454 R. ii, 42, 18 &c
• m. N. of one of the attendants on Śiva Hariv.
• of a Dānava ib. (v. l. -kaṇṭha)
• of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
• of a son or grandson of Dilīpa Pur.
-garvita m. 'proud of having long arms', N. of a demon Lalit.
⋙ dīrghabījā
○bījā f. 'having long seed', N. of a plant Gal.
⋙ dīrghabhuja
○bhuja mfn. 'long armed'
• m. N. of one of the attendants on Śiva L.
⋙ dīrghamāruta
○māruta = -pavana L.
⋙ dīrghamukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. lṭlong-mouthed, long-beaked, long-faced TĀr. iv, 32, 1
• m. N. of a Yaksha (?) Buddh.
• (ī), f. Parra Jacana or Goensis ĀpŚr. xv, 19, 4 Sch.
• the musk-rat L.
⋙ dīrghamūla
○mūla n. 'long-√', the √of Andropogon Muricatus
• mf(a and ī)n. having long roots
• m. a kind of Bilva or creeper L.
• (ā), f. Desmodium Gangeticum or Ichnocarpus Frutescens Suśr.
• (i), f. Alhagi Maurorum, Leea Hirta, Solanum Indicum L.
⋙ dīrghamūlaka
○mūlaka n. a kind of radish L.
• (ikā), f. Desmodium Gangeticum L.
⋙ dīrghayajña
○yajña m. 'performing a lṭlong sacrifice', N. of a king of Ayodhyā MBh. ii, 1076
⋙ dīrghayaśas
○yaśas (○ghá-), mfn. renowned far and wide RV. v, 61, 9
⋙ dīrghayātha
○yāthá m. or n. a long course or journey RV. ii, 15, 3 ; v, 45, 9
⋙ dīrghayāma
○yāma mfn. having long watches (as the night) Megh.
⋙ dīrgharaṅgā
○raṅgā f. 'having a lasting colour', turmeric L.
⋙ dīrgharata
○rata m. 'long in copulation', a dog' W. (cf. -surata)
⋙ dīrgharada
○rada m. 'long-tusked', a hog L.
⋙ dīrgharasana
○rasana m. 'long-tongued', a serpent L.
⋙ dīrgharāgā
○rāgā f. = -raṅgā L.
⋙ dīrgharātram
○rātram ind. for a long time or period Lalit. Divyâv.
⋙ dīrgharātrika
○rātrika mfn. 'lṭlong-lasting' (fever) Bhpr.
⋙ dīrgharāva
○rāva m. 'making a prolonged noise or yell', N. of a jackal Hit.
⋙ dīrgharūpa
○rūpa mfn. having a long form, having the form of a long vowel MW.
⋙ dīrgharogin
○rogin mfn. long ill or sick W.
⋙ dīrgharoma
○roma m. '= next'
• N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh.
⋙ dīrgharoman
○roman mfn. 'long-haired'
• m. a bear L.
• N. of one of the attendants on Śiva Hariv.
⋙ dīrgharoṣa
○roṣa mfn. long in anger, bearing a grudge ŚārṅgP.
-tā f. Mālav. iv, 1, 2
⋙ dīrgharoṣaṇa
○roṣaṇa mfn. = -roṣa Subh. 203
⋙ dīrgharohiṣaka
○rohiṣaka m. a kind of fragrant grass L.
⋙ dīrghalatādruma
○latā-druma m. Ṣorea Robusta L.
⋙ dīrghalocana
○locana mfn. long-eyed Hariv.
• m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh.
⋙ dīrghalohitayaṣṭikā
○lohita-yaṣṭikā f. 'having a long red stem', red sugar-cane L.
⋙ dīrghavanśa
○vanśa mfn. having a long reed
• being of an ancient family W.
• m. Amphidonax Karka L.
⋙ dīrghavaktra
○vaktra m. 'long-faced', an elephant L.
⋙ dīrghavacchikā
○vacchikā (fr. vatsa? L.) or f. (cf. W.) a crocodile or alligator
⋙ dīrghavarchikā
○varchikā f. (cf. W.) a crocodile or alligator
⋙ dīrghavat
○vat ind. like a long vowel W.
⋙ dīrghavarṇa
○varṇa m. a long vowel W.
⋙ dīrghavartman
○vartman n. = -yātha W.
⋙ dīrghavarṣābhū
○varṣā-bhū f. a white-flowered Punar-navā L.
⋙ dīrghavālā
○vālā f. long-tailed', the bos grunniens L.

dīrghaviśvavedasakaivalyadīpikā3dīrghá--viśvavedasa-kaivalya-dīpikā f. N. of wk
⋙ dīrghavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -taru L.
⋙ dīrghavṛttaphalā
○vṛtta-phalā (vṛnta-?), f. a kind of gourd L.
⋙ dīrghavṛnta
○vṛnta m. 'long-stalked', Colosanthes Indica
• (ā), f. = indra-cirbhiṭī L.
⋙ dīrghavṛntaka
○vṛntaka m. Colosanthes Indica and a variety of it L.
• (ikā), f. Mimosa Octandra L.
⋙ dīrghaveṇu
○veṇu m. pl. N. of a people MBh. ii
⋙ dīrghavyādhi
○vyādhi mfn. suffering from a lṭlong illness L.
⋙ dīrghaśara
○śara m. 'having a long reed', Andropogon Bicolor L. [Page 482, Column 3]
⋙ dīrghaśākha
○śākha mfn. having long branches
• m. Ṣorea Robusta L.
○khikā f. a kind of shrub L.
⋙ dīrghaśimbika
○śimbika m. 'having a lṭlong pod', black mustard L.
⋙ dīrghaśira
○śira m. 'having a long head or beak', a kind of bird L.
⋙ dīrghaśūka
○śūka
⋙ dīrghaśūkaka
○śūḍkaka m. 'having long awns or beards, a sort of rice L.
⋙ dīrghaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga mfn. long-horned Kāv.
⋙ dīrghaśmaśru
○śmaśru (○ghá-), mfn. lṭlong-bearded AV. xi, 5, 6
⋙ dīrghaśravas
○śravas (○ghá-), mfn. renowned far and wide
• m. N. of men RV. TāṇḍyaBr. xv, 3
⋙ dīrghaśrut
○śrút mfn. hearing from afar RV. x, 114, 2
• heard or renowned far and wide (superl. ○tama) RV. TS.
⋙ dīrghasaktha
○saktha mf(i)n. having lṭlong thighs, P. v, 4, 113 Kāś.
○thi mfn. having long shafts ib.
⋙ dīrghasattra
○sattrá n. a lṭlong-continued Soma sacrifice ŚBr. MBh. &c
• N. of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 5050
• mfn. = ○trín mfn. occupied with a prolonged Soma rite ŚBr. BhP.
⋙ dīrghasaṃdhya
○saṃdhya mfn. performing lṭlong prayers or rites at the different twilights
-tva n. Mn. iv, 94
⋙ dīrghasasya
○sasya m. 'having long fruit', Diospyros Embryopteris L.
⋙ dīrghasurata
○surata m. = -rata L.
⋙ dīrghasūtra
○sūtra mfn. 'spinning a lṭlong yarn', slow, dilatory, procrastinating MBh. R. &c
-tā f. (cf. ib.), -tva n. (cf. Gal.) procrastination, dilatoriness
⋙ dīrghasūtrin
○sūtrin mfn. = ○tra Bhag. xviii, 28
○tritā f. = ○tratā Hit. i, 29 (v. l.)
⋙ dīrghaskandha
○skandha m. = -taru L.
⋙ dīrghasvara
○svara m.= -varṇa W.
⋙ dirghāṃhri
dirghâṃhri m. 'having long roots', Desmodium Gangeticum L.
⋙ dīrghākāra
dīrghâkāra mfn. long-formed, oblong MW.
⋙ dirghākṣa
dirghâkṣa mf(i) n. long-eyed Mālav. ii, 3
⋙ dirghāgama
dirghâgama m. N. of a Buddh. wk
⋙ dirghāṅkagrāma
dirghâṅka-grāma m. N. of a village
⋙ dīrghāṅgī
dīrghâṅgī f. (cf. Bhpr.) and m. (cf. L.) = ○ṃhri
⋙ dīrghāṅghri
dīrghâḍṅghri m. (cf. L.) = ○ṃhri
⋙ dīrghādhī
dīrghā́-dhī mfn. having a far-seeing mind RV. ii, 27, 4
⋙ dirghādhva
dirghâdhva m. a long way or journey AitBr. vi, 23
-ga mfn. going long journeys
• m. a camel, a letter-carrier or messenger L.
⋙ dīrghānala
dīrghânala n. a mystical N. of the syllable RāmatUp.
⋙ dīrghānuparivartin
dīrghânuparivartin mfn. having a long after-effect L.
⋙ dirghāpāṅga
dirghâpâṅga mfn. having long, outer corners of the eyes
• m. N. of an antelope Śak. v, 20/21
⋙ dirghāpekṣin
dirghâpêkṣin mfn. very regardful or considerate MBh. vii, 5467 (B. dīrghapr○)
⋙ dirghāpsas
dirghâpsas mfn. having a long fore-part (a waggon) RV. i, 122, 15
⋙ dīrghāmaya
dīrghâmaya mfn. long sick Hit. iv, 36
⋙ dirghāyu
dirghâyu mfn. long-lived. viii, 70, 7
-tvá n. ib. x, 62, 2 ŚBr. &c
-śocis (○ghā́yu-), mfn. shining through a long life (Agni) RV. v, 18, 3
⋙ dīrghāyudha
dīrghâyudha m. (!) long weapon, spear L.
• mfn. having long weapons (tusks), m. a hog L.
⋙ dirghāyus
dirghâyus mfn. long-lived RV. MBh. &c
• wished to be long-lived R. iii, 1, 11 (cf. āyuṣmat)
• m. a crow L.
• N. of 2 trees (jīvaka and śāmali) L.
• of Mārkaṇḍeya L.
○ṣka mfn. long-lived Bhpr.
○ṣ-ṭva n. long-livedness, a long life Hariv. 886 (cf. ○yu-tva)
○ṣya n. id., m. N. of a tree (= śveta mandāraka) L.
⋙ dīrghāraṇya
dīrghâraṇyá n. a long tract of wild or desert country Br.
⋙ dīrghālarka
dīrghâlarka m. = ghâyuṣya m. L.
⋙ dirghāsya
dirghâsya mfn. long-faced Hariv.
• m. N. of a people Var.
⋙ dīrghāhan
dīrghâhan mf(hnī)n. having long days. Pāṇ. 8-2, 69 Vārtt. 1 Pat. ; viii, 4, 7, id
⋙ dirghervāru
dirghêrvāru m. a kind of cucumber (= ḍaṅgari) L.
⋙ dirghocchvāsam
dirghôcchvāsam ind. with a deep-drawn sigh Megh. 99
⋙ dīrghotkaṇṭhamanas
dīrghôtkaṇṭha-manas mfn. having the heart full of an old longing BhP. iv, 9, 43
≫ dirghaya
dirghaya Nom. P. ○yati, to be long, tarry, procrastinate R.
≫ dirghikā
dirghikā f. an oblong lake or pond MBh. Suśr. Kāv.
≫ dīrghī
dīrghī ind. in comp. for ○gha. root
⋙ dīrghīkṛ
○kṛ to lengthen, prolong Kālid. root
⋙ dīrghībhū
○bhū to become lengthen
⋙ dīrghībhāva
○bhāva m. lengthening (of a vowel) VS. Prāt.
⋙ dīrghībhūta
○bhūta lengthened (a vowel) Pāṇ. 7-4, 72 Sch.
dīrṇa
dīrṇa mfn. (√dṝ) torn, rent, sundered SāṅkhŚr. xiii, 12, 1 R. ii, 39, 29
• scattered, dispersed (army) MBh. vi, 144, 146
• frightened, afraid MBh. v, 4622, 4627
dīv
dīv dīvi, dīvyat, under √2. div
du 1
du (or ), cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxii, 46) davati (pf. dudāva
• fut. doṣyati, dotā
• aor. adāviit or adauṣīt Vop.), to go: Caus. dāvayati or davayati ( s.v.) Actually occurring only in Subj. aor. daviṣāṇi RV. x, 34, 5, 'na d○ ebhih', (?) I will not go, i.e. have intercourse with them (the dice). [Cf. ?, ?.]
du 2
du (also written ),
cl.5. P.4. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxvii, 10
• xxvi, 24) dunoti, dūyate (ep. also ○ti
• pf. dudāva
• fut. doṣyati
• aor. adauṣīt
• inf. dotum), to be burnt, to be consumed with internal heat or sorrow (Pres. dunoti MBh. iii, 10069 BhP. iii, 2, 17 Gīt. iii, 9 [Page 483, Column 1]
• but oftener dūyate, which is at once Pass.) MBh. Suśr. Kāv. &c
• (only dunóti) to burn, consume with fire, cause internal heat, pain, or sorrow, afflict, distress AV. ix, 4, 18 MBh. VarBṛS. Kāv.: Caus. dāvayati aor. adūduvat: Desid. dudūṣati: Intens. dodūyate, dodoti. [Cf. ?. for ?
• ?, pain
• Lit. davyti, to torment
• Sl. daviti, to worry.]
≫ dut
dut f. anxiety, uneasiness
⋙ dudda
dud-da and mfn. giving pain, cruel, wicked L.
⋙ duddādin
duddādin mfn. giving pain, cruel, wicked L.
≫ duta
duta mfn. pained, afflicted Śiś. vi, 59
≫ dunvat
dunvat mfn. afflicting, injuring W.
duḥ
duḥ in comp. for dus (p. 488
• for duḥ-k○, duḥ-p○, duṣ-k○, duṣ-p○)
⋙ duḥśaṃsa
○śáṃsa mfn. wishing or threatening evil, malicious, wicked RV. AV. &c
⋙ duḥśaka
○śaka mfn. impracticable, impossible
-tva n. Comm.
⋙ duḥśakta
○śakta and mfn. powerless Pāṇ. 5-4, 121 Sch.
⋙ duḥśakti
○śakḍti mfn. powerless Pāṇ. 5-4, 121 Sch.
⋙ duḥśala
○śala m. N. of a son of Dhṛitarāshṭra MBh. i
• (ā), f. of the only daughter of Dhṛitarāshṭra, wife of Jayad-ratha ib.
⋙ duḥśasta
○śasta mfn. badly recited
• n. a bad recitation Br.
⋙ duḥśākam
○śākam ind. ill with vegetables Pāṇ. 2-1, 6 Sch.
⋙ duḥśāsa
○śāsa mfn. difficult to be controlled Vop.
⋙ duḥśāsana
○śāsana mfn. id. Pāṇ. 3-3, 130 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
• m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
⋙ duḥśāsus
○śā́sus mfn. malevolent RV. x, 33, 1
⋙ duḥśikṣita
○śikṣita mfn. ill-bred, impertinent Bālar. ii, 22/23
⋙ duḥśiṣya
○śiṣya m. a bad scholar Kathās.
⋙ duḥśīma
○śī́ma mfn. bad to lie upon ŚāṅkhBr. ii, 7
• m. N. of a man RV. x, 93, 14
⋙ duḥśīrtatanu
○śīrtatanu mfn. having an indestructible body MaitrS. i, 8, 6
⋙ duḥśīla
○śīla mfn. badly disposed, ill-behaved MBh. R. &c. (-tā, f. Kull.)
• (ā), f. N. of a woman Kathās.
-citta mfn. bad-hearted, Subhāsh
⋙ duḥśṛṅgī
○śṛṅgī f. a disloyal wife L.
⋙ duḥśṛta
○śṛta (dúḥ-), mfn. not well cooked, underdone MaitrS. i, 4, 13
⋙ duḥśeva
○śéva mfn. envious, malignant RV. i, 42, 2
⋙ duḥśodha
○śodha mfn. difficult to be cleaned Suśr.
⋙ duḥśoṣa
○śoṣa mfn. difficult to be dried MBh. vii, 856
⋙ duḥśrava
○śrava mfn. unpleasant to be heard
• n. and -tva n. cacophony Sāh.
⋙ duḥśruta
○śruta mfn. badly or wrongly heard R. iii, 41, 10 &c
⋙ duḥṣanta
○ṣanta m. older form for duṣyanta (q.v.) -ī
⋙ duḥṣama
○ṣama n. a partic. weight (= 6 Dānaka) Car. viii, 1 (printed ○H-kh○). -2
⋙ duḥṣama
○ṣáma n. a bad year ŚBr. iii, 2, 1, 10 AitBr. ii, 29
• (am), i, id. unevenly, improperly
• at a wrong time (g. tiṣṭhadgv-ādi)
• (ā), f. (with Jainas) N. of two spokes in the wheel of time (viz. the 5th in the Ava-sarpiṇī and the 2nd in the Ut-sṭsarpiṇī) L.
○ma-suṣamā f. (with Jainas) id. (the 4th and 3rd resp.) L.
⋙ duḥṣaha
○ṣáha mfn. irresistible RV. ix, 91, 5 (cf. duḥ-s○)
⋙ duḥṣupta
○ṣupta mfn. sleeping badly, having bad dreams L.
⋙ duḥṣṭuta
○ṣṭuta n. faulty recitation of a Stotra AitBr. iii, 38
⋙ duḥṣṭuti
○ṣṭutí or (dúḥ)
⋙ duḥṣṭuti
○ṣṭuti f. a faulty or bad hymn RV. i, 53, 1 &c
⋙ duḥṣṭhu
○ṣṭhu mfn. ill-behaved Uṇ. i, 26 Sch.
• ind. badly (g. svar-ādi)
⋙ duḥṣparśa
○ṣparśa -sparśa
⋙ duḥṣvanta
○ṣvanta wṛ. for duṣy○
⋙ duḥṣvapnya
○ṣvápnya n. bad sleep or dreams RV. AV.
⋙ duḥsaṃrakṣya
○saṃrakṣya mfn. difficult to be guarded Nīlak.
⋙ duḥsaṃlakṣya
○saṃlakṣya mfn. difficult to be observed or recognised Rājat.
⋙ duḥsaṃskāra
○saṃskāra m. a bad custom or practice ib.
⋙ duḥsaṃsthita
○saṃsthita mfn. deformed R. ii, 8, 40
⋙ duḥsaktha
○saktha or mfn. having deformed thighs Pāṇ. 5-4, 121 Kāś.
⋙ duḥsakthi
○sakḍthi mfn. having deformed thighs Pāṇ. 5-4, 121 Kāś.
⋙ duḥsaṅga
○saṅga m. bad inclination BhP.
⋙ duḥsaṃcāra
○saṃcāra mfn. difficult to be walked or passed Pañc. i, 189 Bālar. vi, 38/39
⋙ duḥsaṃcintya
○saṃcintya mfn. difficult to be conceived or imagined Rājat.
⋙ duḥsattva
○sattva n. evil being, noxious animal
-vat mfn. filled with wild beasts (wood) R. ii, 28, 17
⋙ duḥsaṃdhāna
○saṃdhāna mfn. difficult to be united Pañc. ii, 36
⋙ duḥsaṃdheya
○saṃdheya mfn. id. MBh. v, 5827
⋙ duḥsama
○sama mfn. unequal, uneven, unfit, perverse, bad L. (cf. duḥṣ○)
⋙ duḥsamatikrama
○samatikrama mfn. difficult to be surmounted L.
⋙ duḥsamartha
○samartha mfn. difficult to be conceived Sarvad.
⋙ duḥṣamīkṣya
○ṣamīkṣya mfn. difficult to be perceived MBh. vii, 1928
⋙ duḥsampāda
○sampāda (cf. Daś.) and mfn. dṭdifficult to be attained or arrived at
⋙ duḥsampādya
○sampāḍdya (cf. Śaṃk., -tva n.), mfn. difficult to be attained or arrived at
⋙ duḥsarpa
○sarpa m. a vicious serpent Kathās.
⋙ duḥsaha
○saha mfn. difficult to be borne, unbearable, irresistible (-tva, n
• comp. -tara) MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. N. an evil demon MārkP.
• of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
• of Puru-kutsa Pur.
• (ā), f. N. of Śri MBh. xii, 8154
• of a shrub (= nāga-damanī) L.
⋙ duḥsahāya
○sahāya mfn. having bad companions, forsaken by all MBh. v, 1861
⋙ duḥsākṣin
○sākṣin m. a false witness R. iii, 18, 34
⋙ duḥsādhya
○sādhya mfn. difficult to be performed or accomplished Hariv. Kām. Pañc. &c
• difficult to be managed or dealt with Pañc. i, 228/259 difficult to be reconciled Bhartṛ. i, 49 [Page 483, Column 2]
• difficult to be cured Hariv. 16132
• difficult to be conquered MW.
⋙ duḥsevya
○sevya mfn. difficult to be managed, intractable MBh. xiii, 2225
⋙ duḥstrī
○strī f. a bad woman (g. yuvâdi)
⋙ duḥstha
○stha mfn. 'standing badly', unsteady, disquieted (lit. and fig.)
• uneasy, unhappy, poor, miserable Pur. Rājat.
• ignorant, unwise, a fool L.
• covetous W.
• (am), ind. badly, ill
• with √sthā, to be unwell Amar. 29
⋙ duḥsthita
○sthita mfn. = -stha Kathās. Pur. Rājat.
• n. an improper manner of standing MBh. iii, 14669
⋙ duḥsthiti
○sthiti f. ill condition Kathās. lxxi, 240
⋙ duḥstheya
○stheya mfn. difficult to be stood
• n. difficult standing MBh. xii, 11090
⋙ duḥsnāna
○snāna n. defective or inauspicious ablution Hariv. 3413
⋙ duḥsparśa
○sparśa mfn. difficult to be touched or unpleasant to the touch MBh. BhP.
• m. Alhagi Maurorum (also ○śaka, Cār.)
• Guilandina Bonduc L.
• (ā), f. Alhagi Maurorum
• Solanum Jacquini
• Mucuna Pruritus
• Cassyta Filiformis Suśr. Bhpr. L.
⋙ duḥspṛśa
○spṛśa mfn. difficult or unpleasant to be touched Hariv. 3645
⋙ duḥspṛṣṭa
○spṛṣṭa n. slight contact, the action of the tongue which produces the sounds y, r, l, v RV. Prāt.
• m. a sound thus produced Śiksh.
⋙ duḥsphoṭa
○sphoṭa m. 'difficult to be burst', a sort of weapon L.
⋙ duḥsmara
○smara mfn. unpleasant to be remembered Uttarar. vi, 32
⋙ duḥsvana
○svana mfn. sounding badly, cacophonous MBh. v, 7241
⋙ duḥsvapna
○svapna m. a bad dream, GS
-darśana n. seeing a bad dream ŚāṅkhGṛ.
-nāśa m. removal of bad dream BhP.
• mfn. = next Hariv.
-nāśana and ○śin mfn. removing bad dreams MBh. Hariv.
-pratibodhana mfn. difficult to be awakened from sleep R. v, 81, 53
-śānti f. (lit.= the next) N. of wk
○pnôpaśānti f. the cessation of a bad dream BhP. viii, 4, 15
duḥkha 1
duḥkhá mfn. (according to grammarians properly written duṣ-kha and said to be from dus and kha [cf. su-khá] ; but more probably a Prākritized form for duḥ-stha, q.v.) uneasy, uncomfortable, unpleasant, difficult R. Hariv. (compar. -tara MBh. R.)
• n. (ifc. f. ā) uneasiness, pain, sorrow, trouble, difficulty ŚBr. xiv, 7, 2, 15
Mn. MBh. &c. (personified as the son of Naraka and Vedanā VP.)
• (am), ind. with difficulty, scarcely, hardly (also at and ena) MBh. R.
• impers. it is difficult to or to be (inf.with an acc. or nom. R. vii, 6, 38 Bhag. v, 6)
duḥkham -√as, to be sad or uneasy Ratn. iv, 19/20
• -√kṛ, to cause or feel pain Yājñ. ii, 218 MBh. xii, 5298
⋙ duḥkhakara
○kara mf(ī)n. causing pain to (gen.), afflicting MBh. i, 6131
⋙ duḥkhakārin
○kārin mfn. id. Ratn. iv, 16/17
⋙ duḥkhagata
○gata n. adversity, calamity MBh. xii, 5202
⋙ duḥkhagraha
○graha mfn. difficult to be conceived Ratn. iv, 13/14
⋙ duḥkhacārin
○cārin mfn. going with pain, distressed R. iii, 23, 14
⋙ duḥkhacchinna
○cchinna mfn. cut with difficulty, tough, hard
• pained, distressed W.
⋙ duḥkhacchedya
○cchedya mfn. to be cut or overcome with difficulty Hit. iv, 24
⋙ duḥkhajāta
○jāta mfn. suffering pain, distressed Pāṇ. 4-1, 52 Vārtt. 5 Pat. ; vi, 2, 170
⋙ duḥkhajīvin
○jīvin mfn. living in pain or distress Mn. xi, 9
⋙ duḥkhatara
○tara n. greater pain, a greater evil than (abl.) Nal. xi, 17 (cf. above). =
⋙ duḥkhatā
○tā f. uneasiness, pain, discomfort ChUp.vii, 26 R.
⋙ duḥkhadagdha
○dagdha mfn. 'burnt by affliction', pained, distressed W.
⋙ duḥkhaduḥkha
○duḥkha n. (instr.) with great difficulty Megh. 90
-tā f. the uneasiness connected with pain SaddhP.
⋙ duḥkhaduḥkhin
○duḥkhin mfn. having sorrow upon sorrow BhP. xi, 11, 19
⋙ duḥkhadohyā
○dohyā f. difficult to be milked (cow) L.
⋙ duḥkhanivaha
○nivaha mfn. carrying pain with or after it, painful (thirst) BhP. ix, 19, 16
• m. a multitude of pains or evils ib. iii, 9, 9
⋙ duḥkhaparītāṅga
○parī7tâṅga mfn. whose limbs are surrounded or filled with pain MBh.
○tâtman mfn. whose soul is affected with anguish ib.
⋙ duḥkhapātra
○pātra n. a vessel or receptacle (= object) for sorrow Jain.
⋙ duḥkhaprāya
○prāya or mfn. full of trouble and pain W.
⋙ duḥkhabahula
○bahula mfn. full of trouble and pain W.
⋙ duḥkhabodha
○bodha mfn. difficult to be understood Nyāyas. i, 1, 37
⋙ duḥkhabhāgin
○bhāgin mfn. having pain as one's portion, unhappy Mn. iv, 157
⋙ duḥkhabhāj
○bhāj mfn. id. Veṇis. iv, 110/111,
⋙ duḥkhabheṣaja
○bheṣaja mf(ī)n. healing woe (Kṛishṇa) MBh. xii, 1624
⋙ duḥkhamaya
○maya mf(i)n. consisting in suffering
-tva n. Sāh.
⋙ duḥkhamaraṇa
○maraṇa mfn. having a painful death, Mālatim. viii, 8/9
⋙ duḥkhamokṣa
○mokṣa m. deliverance from pain MW.
⋙ duḥkhamoha
○moha m. perplexity from pain or sorrow, despair Daś.
⋙ duḥkhayantra
○yantra n. application of pain, torture ib.
⋙ duḥkhayoga
○yoga m. infliction of pain Mn. vi, 24
⋙ duḥkhayoni
○yoni m. or f. a source of misery Bhag. v, 22
⋙ duḥkhalabdhikā
○labdhikā f. 'gained with difficulty', N. of a princess Kathās.
⋙ duḥkhalavya
○lavya mfn. hard to be cut or pierced (aim) Bālar. iv, 11
⋙ duḥkhaloka
○loka m. 'the world of pain' (= saṃsāra) L. [Page 483, Column 3]
⋙ duḥkhavasati
○vasati f. and a difficult abode MBh.
⋙ duḥkhavāsa
○vāsa m. a difficult abode MBh.
⋙ duḥkhavega
○vega m. a violent grief. Kāv.
⋙ duḥkhavyābhāṣita
○vyābhāṣita mfn. pronounced with difficulty MBh. xiii, 4485
⋙ duḥkhaśīla
○śīla mfn. bad-tempered, irritable MBh.
-tva n. irritability, Suśr
⋙ duḥkhaśokaparitrāṇa
○śoka-paritrāṇa n. a shelter from pain and sorrow (Kṛishṇa) MBh. xii, 1681,
⋙ duḥkhaśokavat
○śoka-vat mfn. feeling pain and sorrow R. iv, 19, 11
⋙ duḥkhaśokasamanvita
○śoka-samanvita mfn. id. MW.
⋙ duḥkhasaṃyoga
○saṃyoga m. = duḥkha-yoga W.
⋙ duḥkhasaṃvardhita
○saṃvardhita mfn. reared with difficulty W.
⋙ duḥkhasaṃsthiti
○saṃsthiti mfn. in a wretched condition, poor, miserable W.
⋙ duḥkhasaṃsparśa
○saṃsparśa mfn. unpleasant to the touch MBh. v, 2046
⋙ duḥkhasaṃcāra
○saṃcāra mfn. passing unhappily (time) R. iii, 22, 10
⋙ duḥkhasamāyukta
○samāyukta mfn. accompanied, with pain, affected by anguish MW.
⋙ duḥkhasāgara
○sāgara m. 'ocean of pain', great sorrow
• the world W.
⋙ duḥkhasparśa
○sparśa mfn. = -saṃsp○ Kull. ii, 98
⋙ duḥkhahan
○han mfn. removing pain W.
⋙ duḥkhākara
duḥkhâkara m. a multitude of sorrows Daś.
⋙ duḥkhākula
duḥkhâkula mfn. filled with sorrow Kathās.
⋙ duḥkhācāra
duḥkhâcāra mfn. difficult to be dealt with, hard to manage MBh. iv, 274
⋙ duḥkhātīta
duḥkhâtī7ta mfn. freed or escaped from pain W.
⋙ duḥkhātmaka
duḥkhâtmaka mfn. whose essence is sorrow
-tva n. Sarvad.
⋙ duḥkhānarha
duḥkhânarha mfn. deserving no pain MBh. iii, 998
⋙ duḥkhānta
duḥkhânta m. 'the end of pain or trouble', (with the Mâhêśvaras) final emancipation Madhus.
⋙ duḥkhānvita
duḥkhânvita mfn. accompanied with pain, filled with grief. distressed W.
⋙ duḥkhābhijña
duḥkhâbhijña mfn. familiar with pain or sorrow MBh. i, 745
⋙ duḥkhārta
duḥkhârta mfn. visited by pain, distressed MBh. i, 1860
⋙ duḥkhāliḍha
duḥkhâliḍha mfn. consumed with grief MW.
⋙ duḥkhāsikā
duḥkhâsikā f. a condition of uneasiness or discomfort Subh. 156 Kād.
⋙ duḥkhocchedya
duḥkhôcchedya mfn. = duḥkha-cch○ (v. l.)
⋙ duḥkhottara
duḥkhôttara mfn. followed by pain Śak. v, 5/6
⋙ duḥkhodarka
duḥkhôdarka mfn. having pain as result BhP. xi, 20, 28
⋙ duḥkhopaghāta
duḥkhôpaghāta m. violent pain or grief. MBh. xii, 7460
⋙ duḥkhopacarya
duḥkhôpacarya mfn. = ○khâcāra Mudr. iii, 5
⋙ duḥkhopahatacetas
duḥkhôpahata-cetas mfn. having the heart stricken with sorrow MBh. xiii, 1801
⋙ duḥkhopeta
duḥkhôpêta mfn. affected by pain, suffering distress MW.
≫ duḥkha 2
duḥkha Nom. P. ○khati, to pain SaddhP.
⋙ duḥkhaya
duḥḍkhaya Nom. P. ○yati, (cf. Dhātup. xxxv, 76), id
≫ duḥkhākṛ
duḥkhā-√kṛ to cause pain, afflict, distress Śiś. ii, 11
⋙ duḥkhāya
duḥkhāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to feel pain, be distressed Mālav. v, 3
≫ duḥkhita
duḥkhita mfn. pained, distressed
• afflicted, unhappy Mn. MBh. R. &c
-citta mfn. grieved in mind MW.
≫ duḥkhin
duḥkhin mfn. pained, afflicted, grieved Kathās. Hit. &c
⋙ duḥkhitā
duḥḍkhitā f. Kathās.
⋙ duḥkhitva
duḥḍkhitva n. Vedântas.
≫ duḥkhiya
duḥkhiya Nom. P. ○yati, to feel pain, be distressed Hit. ii, 25
≫ duḥkhya
duḥkhya Nom. P. ○yati, to cause pain (g. kaṇvâdi)
dukūla
dukūla m. a kind of plant Hariv. 12680
• n. very fine cloth or raiment made of the inner bark of this plant MBh. Hariv. Suśr. Kāv. &c. (different from kṣauma MBh. xiii, 7175, opp. to valkala Bhartṛ. iii, 54)
⋙ dukūlapaṭṭa
○paṭṭa m. a head-band of fine cloth Hariv. 7041
⋙ dukūlavat
○vat mfn. wearing a garment of fine cloth Ragh. xvii, 25
⋙ dugūla
dugūla n. = ○kūla n. L. (cf. Megh. 64 as v. l.)
dugdha
dugdhá mfn. (√2. duh) milked, milked out, extracted RV. AV. &c
• sucked out, impoverished Daś.
• milked together, accumulated, filled, full BhP. L.
• n. milk AV. TS. ŚBr. Suśr. Pañc. &c
• the milky juice of plants, sap (cf. go-rakṣa- and tāmra-)
• (ī), f. a kind of Asclepias (= kṣīrāvikā) L.
⋙ dugdhakūpikā
○kūpikā f. a cake made of ground rice and filled with coagulated milk Bhpr.
⋙ dugdhacaru
○caru m. milk-food Gal.
⋙ dugdhatā
○tā f. and milkiness, milky nature W.
⋙ dugdhatva
○tva n. milkiness, milky nature W.
⋙ dugdhatālīya
○tālīya n. the froth of mṭmilk, cream L.
• milk and mangoes, mango fool W.
⋙ dugdhatumbī
○tumbī f. a kind of gourd L.
⋙ dugdhada
○da mfn. giving milk Pañc., Intr. 5
• increasing milk Bhpr.
⋙ dugdhadoha
○doha mfn. milked out KaṭhUp. i, 3
⋙ dugdhapadī
○padī (○dhá.), f. whose footstep is milk Suparṇ. ix, 4
⋙ dugdhapācana
○pācana n. a kind of salt (= vajraka) L.
• a vessel for boiling milk W.
⋙ dugdhapātra
○pātra n. a milk -pan MW.
⋙ dugdhapāyin
○pāyin mfn. drinking milk ib.
⋙ dugdhapāṣāṇa
○pāṣāṇa n. calcareous spar L.
⋙ dugdhapucchī
○pucchī and f. a kind of Curcuma L.
⋙ dugdhapeyā
○peyā f. a kind of Curcuma L.
⋙ dugdhapoṣya
○poṣya m. a suckling MW.
⋙ dugdhaphena
○phena m. the froth of milk, cream L.
• (ī), f. a kind of small shrub (= gojā-parṇī, payaḥ-phenī, &c.) L.
⋙ dugdhabandhaka
○bandhaka m. the pledging of mṭmilk L.
⋙ dugdhabījā
○bījā f. rice mixed with milk L.
• a kind of gourd L.
⋙ dugdhabhṛt
○bhṛt m. bearing or yielding mṭmilk MaitrS. i, 6, 1. [Page 484, Column 1]
⋙ dugdhamukha
○mukha mfn. having milk in the mouth, very young HPariś.
⋙ dugdhavaṭī
○vaṭī f. a partic. mixture against diarrhoea (med.)
⋙ dugdhasamudra
○samudra m. the sea of mṭmilk L.
⋙ dugdhasindhu
○sindhu m. id. Mālatīm. iii, 10/11
⋙ dugdhasrotas
○srotas n. a stream of milk ib. iii, 14
⋙ dugdhākṣa
dugdhâkṣa m. 'having milk-white eyes', a partic. precious stone L.
⋙ dugdhāgra
dugdhâgra n. upper part or surface of mṭmilk, cream L.
⋙ dugdhābdhi
dugdhâbdhi m. the sea of milk Rājat. iii, 276 Kathās.
-tanayā f. N. of Lakshmi Kavik.
⋙ dugdhāmbudhi
dugdhâmbudhi m. = ○dhâbdhi Prab. iv, 30/0
⋙ dugdhāmra
dugdhâmra n. milk and mangoes, mango fool L.
⋙ dugdhāśman
dugdhâśman m. calcareous spar L.
⋙ dugdhodadhi
dugdhôdadhi m. the sea of milk Naish.
≫ dugdhikā
dugdhikā f. (written also ○dhīkā) a sort of Asclepias or Oxystelma Esculentum (med.)
≫ dugdhin
dugdhin mfn. having milk, milky W.
• n. calcareous spar L.
⋙ dugdhinikā
dugḍdhinikā f. red-flowered Apâmārga L.
≫ dugha
dugha mfn. milking, yielding (ifc.)
• (dúghā), f. a milch-cow RV. VS.
ducchaka
ducchaka m. a kind of fragrance or a hall of fragrances (= gandha-kuṭī) L.
ducchunā
ducchúnā f. (prob. fr. dus and śuná) misfortune, calamity, harm, mischief (often personified as a demon) RV. AV. VS.
⋙ ducchunāya
ducchúḍnāya Nom. Ā. ○yáte, to wish to harm, be evil disposed RV.
duḍi
duḍi f. a small tortoise L. (cf. duli)
duṇḍuka
duṇḍuka mfn. fraudulent, malicious L.
duṇḍubha
duṇḍubha and ○bhi m. a kind of lizard MBh. vii, 6905 Suśr. Var. (= duṇḍubha
• cf. also dundubha and ○bhika)
duṇḍhā
duṇḍhā f. N. of a Rākshasī W.
dutthotthadavīra
dutthótthadavīra (astrol.), N. of the 13th Yoga
duda
duda m. N. of a mountain MBh. xiii, 7658
duduha
duduha m. (√-2. duh?) N. of a prince Hariv. Pur.
duddhara
duddhara m. (for dur-dh○?) a kind of rope-ladder Pañcad.
dudyūṣu
dudyūṣu mfn. (√2. div Desid.) wish to play with (acc.) Bhaṭṭ. ix, 32
dudrukṣu
dudrukṣu wṛ. for dudhrukṣu q.v
dudruma
dudruma wṛ. for durdruma q.v
dudh
dudh cl. 1. P. dódhati (Nigh. ii, 12), to be angry, hurt, injure
• Pres. p. dódhat, impetuous, wild, fierce RV.
≫ dudhi
dúdhi mfn. violent, impetuous, injurious RV.
≫ dudhita
dúdhita mfn. troubled, perplexed, turbid RV.
≫ dudhra
dudhrá mfn. = dúdhi RV.
⋙ dudhrakṛt
○kṛ́t mfn. exciting, boisterous (the Maruts) RV. i, 64, 11
⋙ dudhravāc
○vāc (○dhrá-), mfn. speaking boisterously or confusedly RV. vii, 21, 2
dudhukṣu
dudhukṣu mfn. (√2. duh Desid.) wishing to milk MBh. vii, 2409
dudhrukṣu
dudhrukṣu mfn. (√druh Desid.) wishing to harm, malicious Rājat. vii, 1267
dundama
dundama m. a drum L.
dundu
dundu m. id. L.
• N. of Vasu-deva L.
⋙ dundunābha
○nābha (nāda?), m. a kind of spell (= dundubhi-svana) R.
⋙ dundumāra
○māra m. = dhundhu- (q.v.) L.
dundubha
dundubha m. an unvenomous watersnake Sāy. (cf. duṇḍubha and ○bhi)
• N. of Śiva ŚivaP.
• pl. of a Vedic school Hcat. i, 7
• a drum (cf. anaka-)
dundubhi
dundubhí mf. a sort of large kettledrum RV. Br. MBh. Kāv. &c
• a sort of poison L.
• N. of the 56th year in the Jupiter cycle of 60 years Var. Sūryas.
• of Kiṛishṇa MBh. xii, 1511
• of Varuṇa L.
• of Asuras, a Rakshas, a Yaksha
&c. R. Hariv. Kathās.
• of a son of Andhaka and grandson of Anu &c. Pur.
• f. a drum AV. vi, 38, 4 (also ○bhī MBh. iii, 786)
• (i), f. a partic. throw of the dice in gambling L.
• N. of a Gandharvii MBh.
• n. N. of a partic. Varsha in Krauñca-dviipa VP. [Page 484, Column 2]
⋙ dundubhigrīva
○grīva mfn. 'drum-necked' (ox) MBh. viii, 1805
⋙ dundubhidarpahan
○darpa-han m. 'breaking the pride of Dundubhí', N. of Vālin Gal.
⋙ dundubhinirhrāda
○nirhrāda m. 'drum sounding', N. of a Dānava
⋙ dundubhivadha
○vadha m. N. of the 89th ch. of the GaṇP.
⋙ dundubhivimocanīya
○vimocanīya mfn. (homa) relating to the uncovering of a drum ĀpŚr. xviii, 5
⋙ dundubhisvana
○svana m. 'drum-sound', a kind of magical formula against evil spirits supposed to possess weapons R.
⋙ dundubhisvara
○svara m. 'having drum-like voice', N. of a man
-rāja m. N. of sev. Buddhas
⋙ dundubhīśvara
dundubhī7śvara m. N. of a Buddha
⋙ dundubhyāghāta
dundubhy-āghātá m. a drummer ŚBr.
≫ dundubhika
dundubhika m. a kind of venomous insect Suśr.
⋙ dundubhya
dunduḍbhyá mfn. only in cakra-
≫ dundumāya
dundumāya Nom. Ā., only in ○yita n. the sound of a drum Uttarar. vi, 2
duphāra
duphāra m. N. of a place Romakas.
dumatī
dumatī f. N. of a river L.
dumela
dumela n. and partic. high number Buddh.
dumbaka
dumbaka m. the thick-tailed sheep Bhpr.
dummadumāka
dummadumāka m. N. of a village
dur 1
dúr f. (only dúras acc. nom., and durás. pl.) = dvār, a door (cf. 2. dura)
⋙ duraḥprabhṛti
duraḥprabhṛti mfn. beginning with the doors ĀpŚr.
⋙ durodara
duro-dara m. 'door-opener' (cf. dura-dabhna), a dice-player, gamester MBh. ii, 2000 &c
• dice-box, viii, 3763
• a stake L.
• n. (m.?) playing, gaming, a game at dice MBh. Kāv. (written also daro-)
⋙ duḥsādhin
duḥ-sādhin m. a door-keeper
≫ dura 1
dura = 1. dur only in śata- (q.v.)
⋙ duradabhna
○dabhná mfn. 'eluding doors', not to be kept by bolts and bars AV. xii, 4, 4, 19
≫ dura 2
durá m. (perhaps √dṝ) 'one who opens or unlocks', giver, granter (= dātṛ Sāy.) RV. i, 53, 2 ; vi, 35, 5
≫ duroṇa
duroṇá n. residence, dwelling, home RV.
⋙ duroṇayu
○yú mfn. fond of a house or of home, viii, 49, 19
⋙ duroṇasad
○sád mfn. residing in a house, iv, 40, 5
≫ durya
dúrya mfn. belonging to the door or house RV.
• m. pl. a residence (cf. Lat. fores) ib.
≫ duryoṇa
duryoṇá n. = duroṇá ib.
dur 2
dur in comp. for dus (p.488), denoting 'bad' or 'difficult' &c
duriṣṭha, (superl.) very bad or difficult or wicked
• n. great crime or wickedness L.
⋙ durakṣa
○akṣa m. (fr. 2. akṣa) a bad or fraudulent die W.
• (○ṣá), mf(ī)n. (fr. 4. akṣa) weak-eyed ŚBr.
⋙ durakṣara
○akṣara n. an evil word Naish. ix, 63
⋙ duratikrama
○atikrama mfn. hard or difficult to be overcome, insurmountable, inevitable Mn. xi, 238 R. Pañc. &c
• m. N. of a Brāhman (regarded as son of Śiva) VāyuP.
• N. of Śiva
○maṇīya mfn. impassable, Bāl. vi, 18/19
⋙ duratyaya
○atyaya mfn. -atikrama KaṭhUp. iii, 14 MBh. R. &c
• inaccessible MBh. xiii, 4880
• inscrutable, unfathomable R. iii, 71, 15 BhP.
○yânukramaṇa mfn. whose ways are past finding out (God) MW.
⋙ duratyetu
○atyétu mfn. = -atikrama RV. vii, 65, 3
⋙ duradṛṣṭa
○adṛṣṭa n. ill luck L.
⋙ duradmanī
○admanī f. bad or noxious food VS. ii, 20
⋙ duradhiga
○adhiga mfn. difficult to be obtained BhP. iii, 23, 8
○gama id., inscrutable, unfathomable Kir. v, 18
⋙ duradhiṣṭhita
○adhiṣṭhita mfn. badly managed or executed MBh. vii, 3314
• n. staying anywhere improperly ib. xii, 3084
⋙ duradhīta
○adhī7ta mfn. badly read or learnt Cāṇ.
⋙ duradhīyāna
○adhī7yāna mfn. learning badly GopBr. i, 1, 31
⋙ duradhīśvara
○adhī7śvara m. a bad king L.
⋙ duradhyaya
○adhyaya mfn. difficult of attainment Śiś. xii, 11
○yayana mfn. = ○adhī7yāna MW.
⋙ duradhyavasāya
○adhyavasāya m. a bad or foolish beginning Bhartṛ.
⋙ duradhyeya
○adhyeya mfn. difficult to be studied or learnt
-tva n. Cat.
⋙ duradhva
○adhva m. a bad road Naish. ix, 33
⋙ duranujñāta
○anujñāta mfn. badly allowed or granted BhP. x, 64, 35
⋙ duranuneya
○anuneya mfn. difficult to be won over
-tā f. Jātakam.
⋙ duranupālana
○anupālana mfn. difficult to be kept or preserved MBh. xiii, 1929
⋙ duranubodha
○anubodha mfn. difficult to be recollected L.
⋙ duranuvartya
○anuvartya mfn. difficult to follow Jātakam.
⋙ duranuṣṭhita
○anuṣṭhita mfn. badly done or acted R.
○ṣṭheya mfn. difficult to perform MBh.
⋙ duranta
○anta mfn. having no end, infinite
• having a bad end, miserable Mn. MBh. &c
-kṛcchra m. or n. infinite danger BhP. i, 15, 11
-kṛt mfn. doing what is endless or suffering endless pains MBh. x, 15
-cintā f. infinite sorrow BhP. iv, 28, 8
-deva m. the god who removes difficulties (Gaṇêśa) Cāṇ.
-paryanta mfn. having a bad end Prasannar.
-bhāva mfn. exceedingly passionate BhP. i, 11, 33 [Page 484, Column 3]
-moha mfn. whose infatuation has a bad ending or has no end BhP. vii, 6, 13
-viirya mfn. having endless energy BhP. i, 3, 38
-śakti mfn. having endless power ib. vii, 8, 40
⋙ durantaka
○antaka mfn. = -anta (Śiva) MBh. xiii, 724
⋙ duranvaya
○anvaya mfn. difficult to be passed along (road) R. ii, 92, 3
• difficult to be accomplished or performed MBh. Hariv.
• difficult to be found out or fathomed R.
• not corresponding or suitable BhP. x, 84, 14
• m. a false concord (in gram.)
• a consequence wrongly deduced from given premises MW.
⋙ duranveṣya
○anveṣya mfn. difficult to be searched out or through R. iv, 48, 6
⋙ durapacāra
○apacāra mfn. difficult to be displeased or offended W.
⋙ durapavāda
○apavāda m. ill report, slander Subh.
⋙ durapāsa
○apâsa mfn. difficult to be cast off Naish. v, 130
⋙ durabhi
○abhí n. (wrongly opp. to surabhi) stench MaitrS. ii, 1, 3
⋙ durabhigraha
○abhigraha mfn. difficult to be laid hold of W.
• m. Achyranthes Aspera L.
• (ā), f. Mucuna Pruritus
• Alhagi Maurorum L.
⋙ durabhiprāya
○abhiprâya mfn. having a bad intention BhP. x, 42, 20
⋙ durabhibhava
○abhibhava mfn. hard to be overcome or surpassed Kād.
⋙ durabhimānin
○abhimānin mfn. disagreeably or intolerably proud Prab. iii, 16/17
⋙ durabhirakṣa
○abhirakṣa mfn. difficult to be watched or kept
-tā f. Daś.
⋙ durabhisaṃdhi
○abhisaṃdhi m. = -abhiprâya Sch. on Mṛicch. v, 27
⋙ durabhisambhava
○abhisambhava mfn. difficult to be performed, beset with difficulties, Jātakem
⋙ duravagama
○avagama mfn. difficult to be understood, incomprehensible BhP. v, 13, 26
⋙ duravagāha
○avagāha mfn. difficult to be fathomed or found out Śak. (Pi.) i, 24/25
• difficult to be entered, inaccessible Jātakam.
⋙ duravagraha
○avagraha mfn. difficult to be kept back or restrained Kām. viii, 66
• m. wicked obstinacy, stubbornness BhP. iv, 19, 35
-grāha (B.) or -grāhya mfn. difficult to be attained (cf. BhP. vii, 1, 19)
⋙ duravacchada
○avacchada mfn. difficult to be veiled or hidden ib. x, 62, 27
⋙ duravatāra
○avatāra mfn. difficult to be reached by descending Kathās. lxv, 17
⋙ duravadhāraka
○avadhāraka mfn. deciding or judging badly ib. lxxii, 215
⋙ duravadhāraṇa
○avadhāraṇa mfn. difficult to be defined, Parvad
○dhārya mfn. difficult to be understood ib. lviii, 66
⋙ duravabodha
○avabodha mfn. id. BhP. x, 49, 29
-tā f. Sāy.
⋙ duravaroha
○avaroha mfn. = -avatāra Rājat. vi, 49
⋙ duravalepa
○avalepa m. disagreeable arrogance Prasannar.
⋙ duravavada
○avavada n. (impers.) difficult to speak ill of (gen.) AitBr.v, 22
⋙ duravasita
○avasita mfn. difficult to be ascertained, unfathomed BhP. xii, 12, 66
⋙ duravastha
○avastha mfn. badly situated
• (ā), f. a bad situation Prab. vi, 4/5
○sthita mfn. not firmly established BhP. x, 76, 22
⋙ duravāpa
○avâpa mfn. difficult to be attained or accomplished MBh. vii, 727 Śak. i, 26/27
⋙ duravekṣita
○avêkṣita n. an improper look, a forbidden glance MBh. iii, 14669
⋙ durahna
○ahna m. a bad day L.
⋙ durākṛṭi
○ākṛṭi mfn. badly formed, disfigured, misshapen R. Hariv.
⋙ durākranda
○ākranda mfn. having bad (or no) friends Pañc. iv, 31
⋙ durākrama
○ākrama mfn. difficult to be ascended or approached MBh. R.
⋙ durākramaṇa
○ākramaṇa n. unfair attack
• difficult approach MW.
⋙ durākrānta
○ākrānta mfn. unjustly attacked
• difficult of access ib.
⋙ durākrāma
○ākrāma mfn. difficult to be passed, invincible R.
• metric. = ○krama ib., (B.)
⋙ durākrośam
○ākrośam ind. while badly scolding R. iv, 9, 19
⋙ durāgata
○āgata m. 'badly come', N. of a man Buddh.
⋙ durāgama
○āgama m. bad income, improper gain MBh. v, 1513
⋙ durāgraha
○āgraha m.= -avagraha m. BhP. iii, 5, 43
⋙ durācara
○ācara mfn. difficult to be practised or performed MBh. xii, 656
• difficult to be treated or cured, incurable Suśr.
○rita n. misfortune, ill luck MBh. vii, 6336
⋙ durācāra
○ācāra m. bad behaviour, ill conduct MBh.
• mfn. ill-conducted, wicked Mn. MBh. &c
○rin mfn. id
⋙ durāḍhya
○āḍhya mfn. not rich, poor W.
-ṃ-kara mfn. difficult to be made rich Pāṇ. 3-3, 127 Sch.
-m-bhava mfn. becoming rich with difficulty ib.
⋙ durātman
○ātman mfn. evil-natured, wicked, bad Mn. MBh. &c
○ma-tā f. meanness, wickedness MBh.i, 2010
○ma-vat mfn. = ○man MBh. i, 2017 &c
⋙ durādāna
○ādāna mfn. difficult to be laid hold of ṢaḍvBr. iii, 10
⋙ durādṛṣṭi
○ādṛṣṭi mfn. bad-looking Cāṇ.
⋙ durādeya
○ādeya mfn. difficult to be taken away or seized MBh. v, 5201
⋙ durādhana
○ādhana m. N. of a son of Dhṛitarāshṭra MBh. i, 2736 (cf. next)
⋙ durādhara
○ādhara mfn. difficult to be withstood, irresistible, invincible, inaccessible MBh.
• m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, 4549 (cf. the prec.)
⋙ durādharṣa
○ādhárṣa mfn. difficult to be attacked or approached, dangerous, invincible, irresistible RV. AV. MBh. &c
• haughty, arrogant W.
• m. white mustard L.
• (ā), f. a kind of shrub (= kuṭumbinī) L.
⋙ durādhāra
○ādhāra mfn. difficult to be conceived Nīlak. on MBh. xiii, 724
⋙ durādhi
○ādhi m. distress or anxiety of mind Kir. i, 28
• indignation Bhadrab. i, 34
⋙ durādhī
○ādhī́ mfn. meditating evil, malignant RV.
⋙ durānama
○ānama mfn. hard to bend (as a bow) R. i, 77, 14 Ragh. xi, 38
⋙ durāneya
○āneya mfn. difficult to be brought near HPariś. [Page 485, Column 1]
⋙ durāpa
○ā́pa mfn. difficult to be attained or approached, inaccessible ŚBr. Mn. MBh. &c
• m. N. of a Dānava Hariv.
⋙ durāpana
○āpaná mfn. difficult to be overtaken RV. x, 95, 2
⋙ durāpādana
○āpādana mfn. difficult to be brought about BhP. iii, 23, 42
⋙ durāpūra
○āpūra mfn. difficult to be filled or satisfied, vii, 6, 8
⋙ durābādha
○ābādha mfn. not to be assaulted with impunity (Śiva) MBh. xiii, 724
⋙ durāmoda
○āmoda m. bad scent, stench Kathās. lxxxii, 22
⋙ durāmnāya
○āmnāya mfn. difficult to be handed down MBh. xiv, 1441
⋙ durāyya
○ā́yya v. l. for -ā́vii
⋙ durārakṣa
○ārakṣa or mfn. difficult to be protected R. ii, 52, 72
⋙ durārakṣya
○ārakḍṣya mfn. difficult to be protected R. ii, 52, 72
⋙ durārādha
○ārādha or mfn. difficult to be propitiated or won or overcome Kāv.
⋙ durārādhya
○ārāḍdhya mfn. difficult to be propitiated or won or overcome Kāv.
⋙ durārihan
○āri-han (for ar○), m. 'killing wicked enemies', N. of Vishṇu MBh. xiii, 7032
⋙ durārnha
○ārnha mfn. difficult to be ascended or mounted MBh. R.
• m. a cocoa-nut tree or Aegle Marmelos L.
• (ā), f. Phoenix Sylvestris L.
⋙ durārūḍha
○ārūḍha mfn. ascended with difficulty MW.
⋙ durāropa
○āropa mfn. difficult to be strung (bow) Bālar. i, 46/47
⋙ durāroha
○āroha mfn. difficult to be ascended MBh. R. (-tā f. Kād.)
• m. the palm or date tree L.
• (ā), f. the silk-cotton tree L.
○haṇīya mfn. difficult to be ascended MW.
⋙ durālakṣya
○ālakṣya mfn. difficult to be perceived MBh. Kāv.
⋙ durālabha
○ālabha mfn. difficult to be handled W.
ā, (f.) Alhagi Maurorum, Śuśr
⋙ durālamba
○ālamba mfn. difficult to be laid hold of or attained R. v, 73, 6
⋙ durālambha
○ālambha mfn. difficult or unfit to be touched or handled MBh. xiii, 4707
• (ā), f. = -ālabhā L.
⋙ durālāpa
○ālāpa m. curse, imprecation, abuse L.
⋙ durāloka
○āloka mfn. difficult to be perceived Kāv.
• not to be looked at, painfully bright
• m. dazzling splendour W.
⋙ durāvara
○āvara v. l. for ○vāra R. (B.)
⋙ durāvarta
○āvarta mfn. difficult to be turned (from an opinion &c.) MBh. xii, 597
⋙ durāvaha
○āvaha mfn. difficult to be brought or led towards (comp.) MBh. xii, 12459
⋙ durāvāra
○āvāra mfn. difficult to be covered or filled up R. ii, 105, 3
• difficult to be restrained, invincible MBh. vii, 1480
⋙ durāvāsin
○āvāsin mfn. having a bad dwelling Cāṇ.
⋙ durāvī
○āvī́ (acc. ○vyám), mfn. dṭdifficult to be passed through, Rv. ix, 41, 2. -I
⋙ durāśa
○āśa m. N. of an Ekâha ŚāṅkhŚr. - 2
⋙ durāśa
○āśa mfn. having bad expectations Prab.iii, 5
• (ā), f. bad expectation, vain hope, despair Rājat. BhP.
⋙ durāśaṃsin
○āśaṃsin mfn. foreboding evil Vṛishabhân.
⋙ durāśaya
○āśaya mfn. evil-minded, malicious Prab. ii, 28/29 BhP.
• m. the subtle body which is not destroyed by death Sch.
⋙ durāśir
○āśir (dúr-), mfn. badly mixed (Soma) RV. viii, 2, 5
⋙ durāśis
○āśis mfn. having evil wishes or intentions BhP.
⋙ durāśraya
○āśraya mfn. difficult to be practised TejobUp. 2. -1
⋙ durāsa
○āsa mfn. difficult to be driven out or expelled W. -2
⋙ durāsa
○āsa mfn. difficult to be abided or associated with Śiś. v, 19
⋙ durāsada
○āsada mfn. difficult or dangerous to be approached MBh. Kāv. Pur.
• difficult to be found or met with, unheard of, unparalleled MBh. R.
• difficult to be accomplished (vḷ. ○saha)
• m. N. of Śiva, mystical N. of a sword MBh. xii, 6203
⋙ durāsaha
○āsaha mfn. difficult to be accomplished MBh. iii, 12255 (vḷ. ○sada)
• mṃystical N. of a sword (v. prec.) Gal.
⋙ durāsita
○āsita n. a bad manner of sitting MBh. iii, 14669 ; xii, 3084
⋙ durāseva
○āseva mfn. difficult to be dealt with or associated with R. iii, 23, 15
⋙ durāhara
○āhara mfn. difficult to be offered (sacrifice) MBh. ii, 664
⋙ durāhā
○ā́hā ind. (opp. to sv-āhā) ill luck, misfortune AV.
⋙ duri
○√i cl. 1. Ā. dur-ayate or dul-ayate Siddh., only in deriv
⋙ durita
○itá (dúr- RV. i, 125, 7), n. bad course, difficulty, danger. discomfort, evil, sin (also personified) RV. AV. Hariv. Kāv. &c
• mfn. difficult, bad AV. xii, 2, 28
• wicked, sinful L.
-kṣaya m. destruction of sin BhP.
• N. of a man ib.
-damanī f. Mimosa Suma L.
○tâtman mfn. evil-minded, malicious Subh. 147
○târi f. 'enemy of sin', N. of a Jaina goddess
○târṇava m. 'ocean of sins', N. of a king Kautukar.
⋙ duriti
○ití f. bad course, difficulty, distress TBr. 1
⋙ duriṣṭa
○iṣṭa n. (√3. iṣ) 'bad wish', curse, sorcery, (cf. ○īṣaṇā)
-kṛt mfn. performing a magic spell to injure another VP. -2
⋙ duriṣṭa
○iṣṭa (dúr-), mfn. (√yaj) badly sacrificed (opp. to sv-iṣṭa) Br.
⋙ duriṣṭi
○iṣṭi (dúr-), f. defect or failure in a sacrifice AV. VS.
⋙ durīkiṣa
○īkiṣa mfn. difficult to be seen
-tā f. Śiś. xvii, 10
⋙ durīśa
○īśa m. a bad master Prab. v, 18
⋙ durīṣaṇā
○īṣaṇā (for eṣ○), f. imprecation L. (cf. -iṣṭi)
⋙ durīha
○īha mfn. illmeant SŚaṃkar.
⋙ durukta
○uktá mfn. 'badly spoken', harsh, injurious
• harshly addressed Pañc. i, 100
• n. bad or harsh word Br. GS. MBh. &c
○ktôkta mfn. ill spoken of AitBr. ii, 17, 6
⋙ durukti
○ukti f. harsh or injurious speech (personified as a daughter of Krodha and Hiṃsā and sister and wife of Kali) BhP.
⋙ duruccheda
○uccheda mfn. difficult to be extirpated or destroyed Prab. iv, 19/20
○dya mfn. id. Pañc.
• difficult to be cut through (knot) Prab. v, 21/22
⋙ duruta
○uta mfn. badly woven L. -1
⋙ duruttara
○uttara mfn. (fr. 1. uttara) unanswerable W. -2
⋙ duruttara
○uttara mfn. (fr. 2. uttara or Prākṛit for dus-tara) difficult to be crossed or overcome Kathās. xxvi, 10 Kull. on Mn. ix, 161. [Page 485, Column 2]
⋙ durutsaha
○utsaha or mfn. difficult to bear or resist MBh. &c
⋙ durutsāha
○utḍsāha mfn. difficult to bear or resist MBh. &c
⋙ durudaya
○udaya mfn. appearing with difficulty, not easily manifested BhP. iii, 15, 50
⋙ durudarka
○udarka mfn. having bad or no consequences Naish. v, 41
⋙ durudāhara
○udāhara mfn. difficult to be pronounced or uttered Śiś. ii, 73
⋙ durudvaha
○udvaha mfn. hard to bear MBh. &c
⋙ durupakrama
○upakrama mfn. difficult of access or approach W.
• difficult of cure, Śuśr
⋙ durupacāra
○upacāra mfn. id. Pañc. Car.
⋙ durupadiṣṭa
○upadiṣṭa mfn. badly instructed
⋙ durupadeśa
○upadeśa m. bad instruction Pat.
⋙ durupapāda
○upapāda mfn. difficult to be performed Kād.
• difficult to be demonstrated Sarvad.
⋙ durupayukta
○upayukta mfn. wrongly applied DaivBr. iv
⋙ durupalakṣa
○upalakṣa mfn. difficult to be perceived Daś.
⋙ durupasada
○upasada mfn. difficult of approach Kir. vii, 9
⋙ durupasarpin
○upasarpin mfn. approaching incautiously Mn. vii, 9
⋙ durupasthāna
○upasthāna mfn. = -upasada W.
⋙ durupāpa
○upâpa mfn. difficult of attainment ŚBr.
⋙ durupāya
○upâya m. a bad means or expedient MW.
⋙ durūha
○ūha mfn. difficult to be inferred or understood
-tva n. Śch
⋙ dureva
○éva mfn. ill-disposed, malignant
• m. evildoer, criminal RV. AV.
⋙ durokam
○ókam ind. unpleasantly RV. vii, 4, 3
○ka-śocis mfn. glowing unpleasantly (too bright or hot) ib. i, 66, 5
⋙ duroṣa
○óṣa and mfn. slow, lazy RV.
⋙ duroṣas
○óḍṣas mfn. slow, lazy RV.
⋙ durga
○ga durga (p. 487)
⋙ durgā
○gā durgā (p. 487)
⋙ durgata
○gata mfn. faring ill, unfortunate, miserable MBh. &c
• N. of a poet Cat.
-tā f. ill luck, misery Pañc. i, 297
⋙ durgati
○gati mfn. = -gata R. vii, 88, 3
• f. misfortune, distress, poverty, want of (gen.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• hell L.
-nāśinī f. 'removing distress', N. of Durgā BrahmaP.
⋙ durgandha
○gandha m. bad smell, stink Kauś.
• mfn. ill-smelling, stinking Hariv. Suśr.
• m. the mangotree (= āmra) L.
• an onion Bhpr.
• n. sochal-salt L.
-kāra m. the anus, Cir
-tā f. badness of smell, Susr
⋙ durgandhi
○gándhi mfn. ill-smelling, stinking AV. ChUp. Mn. &c
⋙ durgama
○gama mfn. difficult to be traversed or travelled over, impassable, inaccessible, unattainable MBh. Hariv. Kāv.
• m. or n. a difficult situation
• m. N. of a son of Vasu-deva and Pauravi VP.
• of Dhṛita ib., &c
-mārga-nirgama mfn. of difficult access and issue Pañc. i, 427
durgamâśu-bodhinī f. N. of a Comm.
⋙ durgamanīya
○gamanīya (cf. Sch.) and mfn. = -gama
⋙ durgamya
○gamya (cf. R.), mfn. = -gama
⋙ durgaya
○gaya m. (√ji?) N. of an author
⋙ durgala
○gala m. pl. N. of a people MBh. vi, 359
⋙ durgāha
○gâha n. (gāh) an impassable or impervious place, difficulty, danger RV.
• m. N. of a man ib. viii, 54, 12
⋙ durgāḍha
○gāḍha (cf. Hariv.),
⋙ durgādha
○gādha (cf. Suśr.), and mfn. unfathomable
⋙ durgāhya
○gāhya (-tva n. Pañc. i, 317), mfn. unfathomable
⋙ durgṛbhi
○gṛbhi mfn. difficult to be seized or laid hold of. RV. i, 140, 6
-śvan mfn. continually swelling RV. i, 52, 6
⋙ durgṛbhīya
○gṛbhīya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be seized with difficulty RV. v, 9, 4
⋙ durgoṣṭhī
○goṣṭhī f. evil association, conspiracy Rājat. vi, 170
⋙ durgraha
○graha m. 'seizing badly', the evil demon of illness, spasm, cramp Suśr. Kathās.
• obstinacy, insisting upon (loc.), whim, monomania Kathās. lviii, 62 &c. Naish. ix, 41
• mfn. difficult to be seized or caught or attained or won or accomplished or understood Kāṭh. xxxi, 15 MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ durgrāhya
○grāhya mfn. = -graka mfn. MBh. Hariv. &c
-tva n. Pañc. i, 317
-hṛdaya mfn. whose heart is difficult to be gained R. ii, 39, 22,
⋙ durghaṭa
○ghaṭa mfn. hard to be accomplished, difficult Rājat.iv, 364 BhP. (-tva n. vii, 15, 58)
• m. or n. N. of a gram. work
○ṭa-kāvya n. N. of a poem
○ṭaghātana m. or n. ○ṭa-vṛtti f. ṭârtha-prakāśikā f. ○ṭôdghāṭa m. N. of Comms
⋙ durghoṣa
○ghoṣa m. 'harshsounding, roaring', a bear L.
⋙ durjana
○jana m. a bad man, villain, scoundrel Mn. Kāv. &c
• m. pl. bad people Sch.
• mfn. malicious, wicked Kathās.
-tā f. and -tva n. wickedness, villainy L.
-nindā f. -mukha-capeṭikā f. -mukha-padma-pādukā f. -mukha-mahā-capeṭikā f. N. of wks
-malla, N. of a prince Inscr.
⋙ durjanāya
○janāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be a wicked man Pañc. i, 5
⋙ durjanīkṛ
○janī-√kṛ 'to make into a bad man', insult, wrong Ratn. iii, 17/18 iv, 19/20
⋙ durjaya
○jaya mfn. difficult to be conquered or won, invincible, irresistible Mn. MBh. &c
• m. N. of a Dānava MBh.
• of an assemblage of Dānava Śak. vi, 28/29
• of a Rakshas R.
• of sev. heroes MBh. Pur.
• (ā), f. N. of a place MBh. iii, 8540
⋙ durjayanta
○jayanta m. N. of a mountain VP.
⋙ durjara
○jara mfn. not decaying or mouldering BhP. x, 6, 10 ; 64, 32
• indigestible Suśr.
• difficult to be enjoyed Rājat. v, 19
• m. or n. N. of a place KālP.
⋙ durjala
○jala n. bad or noisome water Bhpr.
⋙ durjāta
○jāta mfn. badly born, illstarred, miserable, wretched MBh. R.
• wicked, bad, wrong, false Rājat. iii, 142
• with bhartṛ false lover, paramour ib. 507
• n. misfortune, calamity Ragh. xiii, 72
• disparity, impropriety W.
⋙ durjāti
○jāti f. misfortune, ill condition Mālav. v, 11 [Page 485, Column 3]
• mfn. badnatured, wicked MBh. &c
○tīya mfn. id. Hariv.
⋙ durjīva
○jīva mfn. difficult to live
• n. impers. a difficult life R. ii, 57, 20 &c
⋙ durjeya
○jeya mfn. difficult to be conquered BhP. x, 72, 10
⋙ durjñāna
○jñāna mfn. difficult to be known MBh.
-tva Kull. on Mn. iv, 1
⋙ durjñeya
○jñeya mfn. difficult to be understood or found out
• m. N. of Siva MBh. Hariv.
⋙ durṇaya
○ṇaya wṛ. for -naya
⋙ durṇaśa
○ṇáśa mfn. unattainable, inaccessible AV. v, 11, 6 (cf. dū-ṇ○, dūṇāśa)
⋙ durṇaṣṭa
○ṇaṣṭa mfn. unattained MW.
⋙ durṇāmacātana
○ṇāmacātana mfn. driving away the demons called Durṇāman AV. viii, 6, 3
⋙ durṇāman
○ṇā́man mf(mnī) n. having a bad name
• m. N. of partic. evil demons causing diseases (or according to Nir. vi, 12, N. of a worm
• cf. -nāman) RV. AV.
○ma-hán mfn. destroying the Dur-ṇāmans,
⋙ durṇihitaiṣin
○ṇihitâiṣin mfn. tracing out what is badly kept AV. xi, 9, 15
⋙ durṇīta
○ṇīta and -nīta and ○ti
⋙ durṇīti
○ṇīḍti -nīta and ○ti
⋙ durdagdha
○dagdha mfn. burning or cauterising badly Suśr.
⋙ durdatta
○datta mfn. badly given Pāṇ. 7-4, 47 Sch.
⋙ durdama
○dama mfn. hard to be subdued MBh. xii, 3310
• m. N. of a son of Vasu-deva and Rohiṇī Hariv.
• of a prince, son of Bhadra-śreṇya ib. Pur.
• of a Brāhman VP.
⋙ durdamana
○damana mfn. = -dama
• m. N. of a prince, son of Śatânika BhP.
⋙ durdamya
○damya mfn. indomitable, obstinate MBh. xii, 2951
⋙ durdara
○dara mfn. tearing badly, distressing W.
• m. battle Gal. (cf. duro-)
• a kind of drug W.
⋙ durdarśa
○darśa mfn. difficult to be seen or met with KaṭhUp. Āpast. MBh. R. &c
• disagreeable or painful to the sight MBh. Hariv. &c
-tā f. MBh. viii, 861
○śatāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to have a bad or disgusting appearance MW.
⋙ durdarśana
○darśana mfn. = -darśa Suśr. BhP.
⋙ durdaśā
○daśā f. bad situation, misfortune Kathās.
⋙ durdānta
○dānta mfn. badly tamed, untamable, uncontrolled MBh. Hariv.
• m. a calf L.
• strife, quarrel L.
• N. of a lion Hit.
⋙ durdāru
○dāru n. bad wood Car.
⋙ durdina
○dina n. a rainy or cloudy day, bad weather Kauś. 38 MBh. Kāv.
• mfn. cloudy, rainy, dark MBh. viii, 4771 R. Hariv.
-grasta-bhāskara mfn. having the sun obscured by dark clouds MW.
durdināya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become covered with clouds Pāṇ. 3-1, 17 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
⋙ durdivasa
○divasa m. a bad or rainy day Pañc.
⋙ durdurūṭa
○durūṭa m. an abusive word Gaṇar. (vḷ. -duruṭa, cf. -dhurūṭa)
• atheist
• = karaṭa L.
⋙ durduhā
○duhā f. difficult to be milked (cow) MBh. v, 1128
⋙ durdūrānta
○dūrânta mfn. very long (path) Sch.
⋙ durdṛś
○dṛś mfn. seeing badly BhP. iv, 3, 17
⋙ durdṛśa
○dṛśa mfn. = -darśa MBh.
⋙ durdṛśīka
○dṛśīka mfn. looking bad RV. vii, 50, 1
⋙ durdṛṣṭa
○dṛṣṭa mfn. ill-seen (lit. and fig.), ill-examined or unjustly decided (lawsuit) Yājñ. ii, 305
• looked at with an evil eye W.
⋙ durdeśa
○deśa m. a bad or unwholesome place
-ja mfn. coming from it (water) Bhpr.
⋙ durdaiva
○daiva n. bad luck, misfortune Hit.
-vat mfn. unfortunate ib.
⋙ durdolī
○dolī f. a knot difficult to be undone Sch. on Hāl. 149
⋙ durdohā
○dohā f. difficult to be milked ĀpŚr.
⋙ durdyūta
○dyūta n. a bad or unfair game
-devin mfn. playing unfairly, cheating at play MBh. iv, 532
-vedin (prob. wṛ. for devin), m. N. of Śakuni Gal.
⋙ durdruma
○druma m. a green onion L.
⋙ durdhara
○dhára mfn. difficult to be carried or borne or suffered, unrestrainable, irresistible RV. i, 57, 1 MBh. Hariv. &c
• difficult to be administered (punishment) Mn. vii, 28
• difficult to be kept in memory or recollected MBh. xiii, 3618
• inevitable, absolutely necessary (suffix) Vām. v, 2, 51
• m. quicksilver L.
• N. of two plants (ṛṣabha and bhallātaka) L.
• a kind of hell L.
• N. of a son of. Dhṛita-rāshṭra (cf. -dharṣa) MBh.
• of one of Śambara's generals Hariv.
• of Mahisha L.
• (ā), f. N. of a partic. constellation (cf. durudharā)
• of Candra-gupta's wife HPariś.
○rā-yogâdhyāya m. N. of a ch. of the Mina-rāja-jātaka
⋙ durdharītu
○dhárītu and mfn. unrestrainable, irresistible RV.
⋙ durdhartu
○dhártu mfn. unrestrainable, irresistible RV.
⋙ durdharuṭa
○dharuṭa = -dhurūṭa W.
⋙ durdharma
○dharma mfn. having or obeying bad laws MBh. viii, 2066
⋙ durdharṣa
○dharṣa mfn. difficult to be assaulted or laid hold of, inviolable, inaccessible, unconquerable, dangerous, dreadful, awful MBh. R. &c. (-tā f. MBh.
-tva n. BhP.)
• haughty, distant W.
• m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshtra (cf. dhara) MBh. i
• of a Rākshasa R. v
• of a mountain in Kuśa-dvipa MBh. vi, 451
• (ā), f. N. of two plants (= nāga-damanī and kanthārī) L.
-kumārabhūta m. 'one who has become an inviolable youth', N. of a Bodhi-sattva
⋙ durdharṣaṇa
○dharṣaṇa mfn. inaccessible, dangerous R. iv, 9, 55 &c
⋙ durdhā
○dhā́ f. bad order, disarrangement RV. x, 109, 4 (cf. -dhita)
⋙ durdhārya
○dhārya mfn. difficult to be borne MBh. iii, 99, 41
• with manasā, difficult to be recollected ib. xiii, 4483
⋙ durdhāva
○dhāva mfn. difficult to be cleaned or purified, [Page 486, Column 1]
⋙ durpaddhita
○pad-dhita (dúr-), mfn. badly arranged, untidy RV. i, 140, 11
⋙ durdhī
○dhī mfn. weak-minded, stupid, silly MBh. v, 4590 BhP. ii, 15, 13
• having bad intentions, malignant Nir. x, 5 (cf. dū-ḍhī)
⋙ durdhur
○dhúr mfn. badly yoked or harnessed RV. v, 56, 4
⋙ durdhurūṭa
○dhurūṭa m. (for ○ūḍha?, cf. dhūr-vodhṛ) a pupil who does not obey his teacher without exercising his own judgment (cf. -durūṭa) L.
⋙ durdhyāna
○dhyāna n. evil thoughts HPariś.
⋙ durnaya
○naya m. bad or imprudent conduct MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ durnarendra
○narêndra m. a miserable sorcerer or conjurer Hcar. L.
⋙ durnāman
○nāman m. 'having a bad name', N. of a Yaksha BrahmaP.
• f. (= m. or ○mnī) a cockle L.
• hemorrhoids, piles L. (cf. -ṇāman)
○mâri m. 'enemy of piles', the bulbous √of Amorphophallus Campanulatus L.
○maka n. hemorrhoids
○mikā f. a cockle L.
⋙ durnigraha
○nigraha mfn. difficult to be restrained or conquered MBh.
⋙ durnimita
○nimita mfn. ill-measured, irregular (steps) Ragh. vii, 10
⋙ durnimitta
○nimitta n. a bad omen MBh. ii, 818 Śak. v, 11/12
⋙ durniyantu
○niyántu mfn. difficult to be checked or held back RV.
⋙ durnirīkṣa
○nirīkṣa
⋙ durnirīkṣaṇa
○nirīḍkṣaṇa
⋙ durnirīkṣya
○nirīḍkṣya mfn. difficult to be looked at or seen MBh. R. &c
⋙ durnivartya
○nivartya mfn. difficult to be turned back (flying army) MBh. vi, 145
• = -nivṛtta, xiii, 3504
⋙ durnivāra
○nivāra mfn. difficult to be kept back unrestrainable, irrepressible MBh. Kāv. &c
-tva n. Kull.
⋙ durnivārya
○nivārya mfn. id. MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ durnivṛtta
○nivṛtta mfn. difficult to be returned from R. iv, 22, 36
⋙ durnivedya
○nivedya mfn. difficult to be related
-tva n. Jātakam.
⋙ durniṣedha
○niṣedha mfn. difficult to be warded off Bālar. ii, 34/35
⋙ durniṣkrmaṇa
○niṣkrmaṇa n
⋙ durniṣprapatana
○niṣprapatana n. (wrongly written ○tara),
⋙ durniḥsaraṇa
○niḥsaraṇa n. difficult escape ChUp. v, 10, 6 Śaṃk.
⋙ durnīta
○nīta mfn. ill-conducted, wrong
• n. misconduct, impolicy, folly, ill-luck MBh. Hariv. Pañcat. ii, 21
-bhāva m. bad behaviour, improper conduct MBh. v, 6007
⋙ durnīti
○nīti f. maladministration, impolicy Jātakam.
⋙ durnṛpa
○nṛpa m. a bad king Rājat. v, 416
⋙ durnyasta
○nyasta mfn. badly arranged, Mālatim. ix, 41
• badly used (said of a spell) Divyâv. 27
⋙ durbaddha
○baddha mfn. badly fastened Suśr.
⋙ durbandha
○bandha mfn. difficult to be composed Vām. i, 3, 22
⋙ durbala
○bala mfn. of little strength, weak, feeble Mn. MBh. &c
• thin, slender (waist) R. iii, 52, 31
• emaciated, lean (cow)
• sick, unwell Kāty. Śr. xxv, 7, 1 MBh. iv, 182
• scanty, small, little MBh. Kāv. Pur.
• m. an impotent man, weakling Mn. iii, 151 (v. l. -vāla)
• a kind of bird (wṛ. for -bali)
• N. of a prince VP.
• of an author Cat.
• (ā), f. a species of plant (= ambu-śirīṣikā) Bhpr.
• (ī), f. N. of wk
-balatā f. weakness, thinness Kāv. Pañc.
durbalâgni mfn. having a weak digestion (○ni-tā f. Suśr.)
○lâyāsa mfn. weak of effort', ineffective MW.
○lêndriya mfn. having feeble (i.e. unrestrained) organs of sense MW.
○lita mfn. weakened, rendered ineffective Kathās. cv, 91
○lī-√bhū, to become weak or ineffective ib. cvii, 52 (read -bhūtās)
○lī-bhāva m. the becoming weak (of the voice) Car.
○līyas mfn. weaker, feeble MBh. Mn. iii, 79
⋙ durbali
○bali m. (cf. VarBṛS. lxxxviii, 88, 28, v. l. ○la) and m. (cf. ib., 7) a kind of bird (= bhāṇḍīka)
⋙ durbalika
○baḍlika m. (cf. ib., 7) a kind of bird (= bhāṇḍīka)
⋙ durbāla
○bāla -vāla
⋙ durbīriṇa
○bīriṇa (dúr-), mfn. bristly, rough (beard) ŚBr.
⋙ durbuddhi
○buddhi f. weak-mindedness, silliness MBh.
• mfn. silly, foolish, ignorant, malignant MBh. R. &c
⋙ durbudha
○budha mfn. weak-minded, silly MBh. xi 166
⋙ durbodha
○bodha mfn. difficult to be understood, unfathomable R. iv, 17, 6 BhP. &c
-pada-bhañjikā f. N. of a Comm. on Megh.
-pada-bhañjinī f. of a Comm. on MBh.
⋙ durbodhya
○bodhya mfn. = -bodha Sch. on Mṛicch. iv, 8
⋙ durbrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa (dúr-), m. a bad Brāhman TS.
⋙ durbhakṣa
○bhakṣa or mfn. to be eaten with difficulty W.
⋙ durbhakṣya
○bhakḍṣya mfn. to be eaten with difficulty W.
⋙ durbhaga
○bhága mfn. 'having a bad portion', unfortunate, unlucky Suśr. VarBṛS. Pañc. BhP.
• disgusting. repugnant, ugly (esp. a woman) AV. x, 1, 10 MBh. Hariv. &c
• (ā), f. a bad or ill-tempered woman, a shrew W.
• personified = Old Age, daughter of Time BhP. iv, 27, 10
-tva n. ill fortune BhP.
⋙ durbhagna
○bhagna mfn. badly broken Suśr.
⋙ durbhaṅga
○bhaṅga mfn. difficult to be broken or loosened Hariv.
⋙ durbhaṇa
○bhaṇa mfn. difficult to be mentioned
-tva n. Parāś.
⋙ durbhara
○bhara mfn. difficult to be borne or supported or maintained R. Pañc. BhP.
• heavily laden with (comp.), Śāntiś. i, 24 Kathās. cxii, 156
⋙ durbhartṛ
○bhartṛ m. a bad husband Kathās.
⋙ durbhāgya
○bhāgya mfn. unfortunate, unlucky Tattvas.
• n. ill luck MW.
⋙ durbhāryā
○bhāryā f. a bad wife Kathās.
⋙ durbhāvanā
○bhāvanā f. an evil thought, bad inclination MW.
⋙ durbhāvya
○bhāvya mfn. difficult to be called to mind MārkP. x, 7
⋙ durbhāṣa
○bhāṣa mfn. speaking ill AgP.
• m. injurious words BhP.
⋙ durbhāṣita
○bhāṣita mfn. badly spoken or uttered, with vāc f. = prec. m. MBh. v, 1171. [Page 486, Column 2]
⋙ durbhāṣin
○bhāṣin mfn. speaking ill, abusing, insulting ib. 751
⋙ durbhikṣa
○bhikṣa n. (rarely m.) scarcity of provisions, dearth, famine, want, distress TĀr. i, 4, 3 Mn. MBh. &c
-tva n. Pañc. ii, 54, 55
-vyasanin mfn. suffering from the calamity of famine Hit. iv, 44
-śamana m. 'alleviator of famine', a king L.
⋙ durbhida
○bhida mfn. difficult to be broken or torn asunder MBh.
⋙ durbhiṣajya
○bhiṣajya (dúr-), n. dṭdifficult cure ŚBr. xiv, 7, 1, 5
⋙ durbhūta
○bhūtá n. ill luck, harm AV. TBr.
⋙ durbhṛti
○bhṛtí f. scanty maintenance or subsistence RV. vii, 1, 22
⋙ durbheda
○bheda or mfn. = -bhida MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ durbhedya
○bheḍdya mfn. = -bhida MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ durbhogā
○bhogā f. = bhikṣukī Gal.
⋙ durbhrātṛ
○bhrātṛ m. a bad brother MBh. iii, 996
⋙ durmakha
○makha and a-dur-m○
⋙ durmaṅgala
○maṅgala a-dur-m○
⋙ durmaṅku
○maṅku mfn. refractory, obstinate, disobedient L.
⋙ durmatakhaṇḍana
○mata-khaṇḍana n. N. of wk
⋙ durmati
○matí f. bad disposition of mind, envy, hatred RV. VS. AV.
• false opinion or notions Cāṇ.
• mfn. weak-minded, silly, ignorant (rarely 'malicious', 'wicked'), m. fool, blockhead (rarely 'scoundrel', villain') Mn. MBh. &c
• N. of the 55th year of the cycle of Jupiter (lasting 60 years) Var. Sūryas.
• of a demon Lalit.
• of a blockhead, Bharat
⋙ durmatīkṛta
○matī-kṛta mfn. (fr. matyá and √kṛ) badly harrowed or rolled AitBr. iii, 38
⋙ durmada
○mada m. mad conception or illusion, foolish pride or arrogance Pur.
• (-máda), mfn. drunken, fierce, mad, infatuated by (comp.) RV. MBh. &c
• m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
• of a son of Dhṛita (father of Pracetas)
• of a son of Bhadra-sena (father of Dhanaka)
• of a son of Vasu-deva and Rohini or Pauravii Pur.
○da-viira-mānin mfn. foolishly fancying (one's self) a hero BhP. iii, 17, 28
○dândha mfn. 'blinded by mad illusion', besotted, v, 12, 16
○din m. drinker, drunkard Pat.
⋙ durmanas
○manas n. bad disposition, perversity of mind R. ii, 31, 20
• mfn. [cf. ?] in bad or low spirits, sad, melancholy MBh. R. &c. (-tā f. sadness Sch.)
• N. of a man (cf. daur-manasāyana)
○ska mfn. = -manas mfn
-tā f. Kathās. cxiv, 35
⋙ durmanāya
○manāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be or become troubled or sad Kāv.
⋙ durmanuṣya
○manuṣya m. a wicked man, villain MBh. viii, 2117
⋙ durmantu
○mántu mfn. difficult to be understood RV. x, 12, 6
⋙ durmantra
○mantra m. bad advice Bhartṛ. ii, 34 (vḷ. daurmantrya)
○trita mfn. badly advised
• n. = prec. MBh.
○trin m. bad adviser or minister Kathās. lxxii, 220
• mfn. having bad ministers Pañc. iii, 244
⋙ durmanman
○mánman mfn. evil-minded RV. viii, 49, 7
⋙ durmara
○mára mfn. dying hard, tenacious of life ŚBr. MBh.
• n. a hard death (w. instr. of pers.) MBh. xiv, 2364
• (ā), f. a kind of Dūrvā grass or Asparagus Racemosus L.
⋙ durmaraṇa
○maraṇa (cf. MW.) and n. any violent or unnatural death
⋙ durmaratva
○maratva (cf. MBh.), n. any violent or unnatural death
⋙ durmarāyu
○marāyú mfn. difficult to be put to death TS.
⋙ durmaryāda
○maryāda mfn. knowing no limits, having evil ways, wicked
-tā f. Uttarar. iv, 21/22
⋙ durmarṣa
○márṣa mfn. not easily to be forgotten RV. viii, 45, 18 &c
• unbearable, insupportable, unmanageable BhP. vi, 5, 42 &c
• m. N. of the Asura Bali, viii, 10, 32
⋙ durmarṣaṇa
○marṣaṇa mfn. unmanageable, unbearable, insupportable MBh. R.
• m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i &c
• of a son of Sṛiñjaya BhP. ix, 24, 41
• of Vishṇu MBh. xiii, 6971
○ṣita mfn. made refractory MBh. xiv, 2314
⋙ durmallikā
○mallikā or f. a kind of minor drama, sāh
⋙ durmallī
○mallī f. a kind of minor drama, sāh
⋙ durmātsarya
○mātsarya n. evil envy Bhartṛ. iii, 31
⋙ durmāyin
○māyin or mfn. using bad arts BhP. viii, 11, 6 RV. iii, 30, 15
⋙ durmāyu
○māḍyú mfn. using bad arts BhP. viii, 11, 6 RV. iii, 30, 15
⋙ durmitra
○mitrá mfn. unfriendly
• m. N. of the author of RV. x, 105
• of a prince VP.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman (g. bāhv-ādi)
○triyá mfn. unfriendly VS. vi, 22
⋙ durmilā
○milā or f. N. of sev. forms of metre
⋙ durmilikā
○miḍlikā f. N. of sev. forms of metre
⋙ durmukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. ugly-faced MBh. R. &c
• foul-mouthed, abusive, scurrilous Bhartṛ. ii, 59
• m. a horse L.
• a serpent L.
• N. of the 29th year of the cycle of Jupiter (lasting 60 years) Var. Sūryas.
• of a prince of the Pañcālas AitBr. viii, 23
• of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i &c
• of an astronomer L.
• of a serpent-demon MBh. Hariv.
• of a Rakshas R. BhP.
• of a Yaksha BrahmaP.
• of a monkey R.
• of a general of the Asura Mahisha L.
○khâcārya m. N. of an author
⋙ durmuhūrta
○muhūrta m. n. an unauspicious hour or moment MBh. xii, 6735
⋙ durmūlya
○mūlya mfn. dear in price L.
⋙ durmedha
○medha or (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 122), mfn. dull-witted, stupid, ignorant MBh. R. &c
⋙ durmedhas
○medhas (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 122), mfn. dull-witted, stupid, ignorant MBh. R. &c
• _ ○dhas-tva n. foolishness, stupidity Suśr.
○dhā-vin mfn. = -medha MBh. xii, 9486
⋙ durmaitra
○maitra mfn. unfriendly, hostile BhP. vii, 5, 27
⋙ durmoca
○moca mfn. hard to unloose
-hastagrāha mfn. 'whose hand's grasp is hard to unloose', holding fast Śak. vii, 176/177
⋙ durmohā
○mohā f. Capparis Sepiaria L.
⋙ duryavanam
○yavanam ind. bad for or with the Yavanas Pāṇ. 2-i, 6 Kāś. [Page 486, Column 3]
⋙ duryaśas
○yaśas n. disgrace Naish. i, 88
⋙ duryāman
○yāman m. 'going badly', N. of a prince VP. (vḷ. -dama)
⋙ duryuga
○yuga n. a bad age Sch.
⋙ duryuj
○yúj mfn. difficult to be yoked RV. x, 44, 7
⋙ duryoga
○yoga m. bad contrivance, crime MBh. i, 1316 Uttarar. vi, 13/14
⋙ duryodha
○yodha mfn. difficult to be conquered Vop.
⋙ duryodhana
○yodhana mfn. id. (-tā f. MBh. iv, 2103)
• N. of the eldest son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra (leader of the Kauravas in their war with the Pāṇḍavas) MBh. Hariv. &c. (cf. su-y○)
• of a son of Su-durjaya MBh. xiii, 96
-rakṣā-bandhana n. N. of wk
-viirya-jñāna-mudrā f. 'mark of knowledge of invincible heroism', a partic. intertwining of the fingers L.
○nâvaraja m. 'the younger brother of DṭDhṛita-rāshṭra', N. of Duþ-śāsana, G
⋙ duryoni
○yoni mfn. of low or impure origin Mn.x, 59
⋙ durlakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa mfn. badly marked MW.
⋙ durlakṣya
○lakṣya mfn. hardly visible Daś. Rājat.
• n. a bad aim Ratn. iii, 2
⋙ durlaṅghana
○laṅghana mfn. difficult to be surmounted or overcome Kull.
-śakti mfn. of insurmountable power MW.
⋙ durlaṅghya
○laṅghya mfn. = -laṅghana
• (-tā f. Daśar. iv, 13)
• difficult to be transgressed (command) Rājat. v, 395
⋙ durlabha
○labha mfn. difficult to be obtained or found, hard, scarce, rare (comp. -tara) Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• hard to be (with inf. MBh. iii, 1728)
• extraordinary, eminent L.
• dear, beloved (also -ka) Kāraṇḍ.
• m. Curcuma Amhaldi or Zerumbet L.
• N. of a man Cat.
• (ā), f. Alhagi Maurorum or = śveta-kaṇṭa-kārī L.
-tā f. (Rājat.), -tva n. (cf. Var.) scarceness, rarity
-darśana mfn. out of sight, invisible Mālav.
-rāja m. N. of the father of Jagad-deva Cat.
-vardhana m. N. of a king of Kaśmira (also called Pratāpâditya) Rājat. iv, 7
-svāmin, mṆ. of a temple built by Dur-Vardhana Rājat. iv, 6
⋙ durlalita
○lalita mfn. ill-mannered, wayward
• spoilt by, weary of, disgusted with (comp.) Kāv. (○ka and -lasita vḷ. Śak. vii, 16/17)
• n. way wardness, naughty or roguish tricks Hariv.
⋙ durlābha
○lābha mfn. = -labha MBh. xii, 11168
⋙ durlikhita
○likhita mfn. badly scarified Suśr.
⋙ durlipi
○lipi m. 'the fatal writing' (of Destiny on man's forehead) ŚārṅgP.
⋙ durlekhya
○lekhya n. a false or forged document Yājñ. ii, 91
⋙ durvaca
○vaca mfn. difficult to be spoken or explained or asserted or answered MBh. R. &c. (-tva n. Sarvad.)
• speaking ill or in pain W.
• n. abuse, censure
• evil or unlucky speech W.
⋙ durvacaka
○vacaka mfn. difficult to be answered (?)
-yoga m. pl. a partic. art Sch. on BhP. x, 45, 36
⋙ durvacana
○vacana n. pl. bad or harsh language Ratn. iii, 10/11
⋙ durvacas
○vacas n. id. MBh. Pur.
• mfn. using bad or harsh language R.
• difficult to be explained or answered
-tva n. VāyuP.
⋙ durvañca
○vañca mfn. difficult to be deceived
⋙ durvaṇij
○vaṇij m. a wicked merchant Kathās. ci, 333
⋙ durvadaka
○vadaka mfn. speaking badly, stammering Cat.
⋙ durvarāha
○varāha (dúr-), m. a tame hog ŚBr. xii ĀśvŚr. ix, 10, 15 Sch.
⋙ durvarṇa
○varṇa m. bad colour, impurity, Bh. xii, 3, 47
• (várṇa), mfn. of a bad colour or species or class, inferior TBr. MBh. &c
• n. silver (opp. to su-varṇa, gold) L. (also -ka n.)
• the fragrant bark of Feronia Elephantum L.
⋙ durvartu
○vártu mfn. difficult to be kept back, irresistible RV.
⋙ durvala
○vala bala
⋙ durvasa
○vasa n. (impers.) difficult to be resided in (loc.) MBh. iv, 93
• mfn. difficult to be passed or spent (time), 7
• difficult to be stayed with, causing ill luck by one's presence R. vii, 86, 12 ; 17
⋙ durvasati
○vasati f. bad dwelling MBh. Ragh.
⋙ durvaha
○vaha mfn. hard to bear MBh. Hariv. Kāv.
⋙ durvahaka
○vahaka m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ durvākya
○vākya n. harsh or abusive language W.
⋙ durvāc
○vāc f. id. MBh.
• (vā́c), mfn. having a bad voice AV. iv, 17, 5
• speaking ill Kāv.
-vāg-bhāva m. abusiveness MBh. xiii, 2259 (C. -bhava)
⋙ durvācakayoga
○vācaka-yoga vḷ. for vac○ Cat.
⋙ durvācika
○vācika n. a bad commission Naish. ix, 62
⋙ durvācya
○vācya mfn. hard (to be uttered)
• n. a hard word Pur.
• bad news R.
⋙ durvāta
○vāta m. 'bad wind', a fart L.
○tāya Nom. P. ○yati, to break wind or fart against (acc.) BhP. xi, 23, 39
⋙ durvāda
○vāda m. slander, abuse, reproach, SārṅgP. (vḷ.)
• mfn. speaking ill L.
⋙ durvānta
○vānta mfn. having badly vomited (also said of a leech that has not ejected blood) Suśr.
⋙ durvāra
○vāra mfn. hard to be restrained, irrepressible, irresistible MBh. Kāv. &c. (-tva n. Suśr.)
○raṇa mfn. id. ib.
• m. pl. N. of a tribe of the Kāmbojas MBh. vii, 4333 (v. l. ○vāri)
○raṇīya, ○rila, ○rya mfn. = -vāra MBh. (○rya-tva, n. ib.)
⋙ durvārttā
○vārttā f. bad news Ragh. xii, 51 Sch.
⋙ durvāla
○vāla mfn. baldheaded Mn. iii, 151 (Comm. 'red-haired' or 'afflicted with a skin-disease')
⋙ durvāsa
○vāsa m. (cf. -vāsas) prob. = ○sâcārya m. N. of a Ṛishi Cat.
○sa-purāṇa n. N. of a Pur.
○sêśvara n. N. of a Liṅga SkandaP.
○sôpaniṣad f. N. of a section of ŚivaP.
⋙ durvāsanā
○vāsanā f. bad inclination Prab. vi, 17/18. [Page 487, Column 1]
⋙ durvāsas
○vāsas mfn. badly clad, naked RV. vii, 1, 19 MBh. xiii, 1176 (Śiva)
• m. N. of a Ṛishi or saint (son of Atri by Anasūyā, and thought to be an incarnation of Siva, known for his irascibility) MBh. Śak. iv, 7 Pur. &c
○sa-upapurāṇa n. ○sa-upâkhyāna n. ○sodarpa-bhanga m. ○so-dvi-śatī f. ○so-mata-tantra n. ○so-mahiman m. ○so-vākya n. N. of wks
⋙ durvāhita
○vāhita n. a heavy load or burden Rājat. iv, 18
⋙ durvikatthana
○vikatthana mfn. boasting in an arrogant or offensive manner Daś.
⋙ durvikalpa
○vikalpa m. unfounded irresolution Daś.
• mfn. very uncertain Sch.
⋙ durvigāha
○vigāha mfn. = -avag○ Kāv. Pañc.
• difficult, dangerous Prasannar. (also -vigāhya MBh. xiii, 1840)
• mṆ. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
⋙ durvicāra
○vicāra m. an ill-placed hesitation Daś.
• mfn. very irresolute
-tva n. Hcat.
⋙ durvicintita
○vicintita mfn. ill thought or found out Var.
⋙ durvicintya
○vicintya mfn. hardly conceivable MBh.
⋙ durviceṣṭa
○viceṣṭa mfn. ill-behaved ib.
⋙ durvijñāna
○vijñāna n. understanding with difficulty
• (○ná), mfn. = next ŚBr.
⋙ durvijñeya
○vijñeya mfn. hardly conceivable, unintelligible, Āśv. MBh. &c
⋙ durvitarka
○vitarka or,
⋙ durvitarkya
○vitarḍkya mfn. difficult to be discussed or understood BhP.
⋙ durvida
○vida mfn. difficult to be known or discovered MBh.
⋙ durvidagdha
○vidagdha mfn. wrongly taught, wrongheaded, silly Mṛicch. v, 15/16 Bhartṛ. &c
⋙ durvidatra
○vidátra mfn. ill-disposed', envious, ungracious RV.
⋙ durvidya
○vidya mfn. uneducated, ignorant Rājat. i, 356
⋙ durvidvas
○vidvas (dúr-), mfn. evil-minded, malignant RV.
⋙ durvidha
○vidha mfn. acting in a bad manner, badly circumstanced, mean, poor, miserable R. SŚaṃk.
• stupid, silly (wṛ. for -vidya?) L.
⋙ durvidhi
○vidhi m. 'bad fate', misfortune Kathās. xxi, 29
⋙ durvinaya
○vinaya m. imprudent conduct Pañc. v, 75/76
⋙ durvinīta
○vinīta mfn. badly educated, ill-conducted, undisciplined, mean, wicked, obstinate, restive MBh. Kāv. &c. (○taka id. Kathās. xx, 9)
• m. N. of a sage (associated with Durvāsas &c.) VarBṛS. xlviii, 63
• of a prince
⋙ durvipāka
○vipāka m. an evil consequence or result (esp. of actions in former births matured by time) Hit. i, 49/50
• mfn. having evil consequences (esp. as result of actions in former births) Uttarar. i, 44
⋙ durvibhāga
○vibhāga m. pl. 'difficult to be disunited', N. of a people MBh. ii
⋙ durvibhāva
○vibhāva or mfn. difficult to be perceived or understood Kāv.
⋙ durvibhāvana
○vibhāḍvana or mfn. difficult to be perceived or understood Kāv.
⋙ durvibhāvya
○vibhāḍvya mfn. difficult to be perceived or understood Kāv.
⋙ durvibhāṣa
○vibhāṣa mfn. difficult to be uttered
• n. harsh language MBh. ii, 2187
⋙ durvimarśa
○vimarśa mfn. difficult to be tried or examined BhP. x, 49, 29
⋙ durvimocana
○vimocana m. 'difficult to be set free', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
⋙ durvirecya
○virecya mfn. difficult to be purged Suśr.
⋙ durvirocana
○virocana m. 'shining badly' (?), N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
⋙ durvilasita
○vilasita n. a wayward or rude or naughty trick, ill-mannered act Prab. vi, 9/10 Bālar. iv, 60
⋙ durvivaktṛ
○vivaktṛ m. one who answers wrongly MBh. v, 1212
⋙ durvivāha
○vivāha m. bad marriage, misalliance Mn. iii, 41
⋙ durvivecana
○vivecana mfn. difficult to be judged or decided Śaṃk. on Bādar.
⋙ durviśa
○viśa mfn. difficult to be entered R. vi, 19, 16
⋙ durviṣa
○viṣa m. 'difficult to be pervaded or approached', N. of Śiva MBh. xii, 10432
⋙ durviṣaha
○viṣaha mfn. difficult to be borne or supported, intolerable, irresistible, impracticable MBh. R. BhP. (○ṣahya id. MBh. R.)
• m. N. of Śiva MBh. xii, 10431
• of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i
⋙ durvṛtta
○vṛtta n. bad conduct, meanness MBh.
• mfn. behaving badly, vile, mean
• m. rogue, villain MBh. R. &c
⋙ durvṛtti
○vṛtti f. distress, misery, want MBh. R.
• vice, crime Hit. iii, 21 (v. l. vṛtta)
• juggling, fraud W.
⋙ durvṛṣal