Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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j
ja 1
ja the 3rd palatal letter (having the sound of j in jump)
⋙ jakāra
○kāra m. the letter ja
ja 2
ja mf(ā)n. (√jan) ifc. born or descended from, produced or caused by, born or produced in or at or upon, growing in, living at Mn. MBh. &c
• (after an adv. or adverbial word) born or produced (e.g. agra-, avara-
eka-, dvi-, ni-, pūrva-, prathama-, saha- and sākaṃ-já), Mn x, 25
• prepared from, made of or with, v, 25 Suśr. Hcat.
• 'belonging to, connected with, peculiar to', See anūpa, anna, śahra-, sârtha-. m. a son of (in comp.) Mn. &c
• a father L.
• birth L.
• (ā́), f. a race, tribe AV. v, 11, 10
• ifc. a daughter MBh. &c
• cf.
ja 3
ja mfn. speedy, swift L.
• victorious L.
• eaten W.
• m. speed L.
• enjoyment L.
• light, lustre L.
• poison L.
• a Piśāca L.
• Vishṇu L.
• Śiva L.
• a husband's brother's wife L.
jaṃs
jaṃs cl. 1. 10. ○sati, ○sayati, to protect Dhātup. xxxii, 127
• to liberate ib.
jaṃh
jaṃh Intens. 3. sg. jáṅgahe, to move quickly, sprawl, kick RV. i, 1 26, 6
• [cf. abhi-vi-
jaghána, jaṅghā́ ; Goth. gagg-an ; Lith. śengṭi.]
≫ jaṃhas
jáṃhas n. moving, going, course, vi, 12, 2
• cf. kṛṣṇá-, raghu-páma-
jaka
jaka N. of a Brāhman Rājat.viii, 474
jakuṭa
jakuṭa m. n. (= juk○) the flower of the egg-plant L.
• m. a dog L.
• the Malaya mountains L.
• n. a pair L. Sch.
jakkarī
jakkarī f. a kind of dance
jakṣ 1
jakṣ (√has redupl.), p. jákṣat, laughing RV. i, 33, 7 ŚBr. xiv ChUp. viii, 12, 3
jakṣ 2
jakṣ (√ghas redupl.), cl, 2. ○kṣiti (cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 76
• 3. pl. ○kṣati, vi, 1, 6 and 189 ; vii, 1, 4
• Impv. 2. sg. jagdhi BhP. iv, 17, 23
• impf. (or aor
iii,. 20, 21) ajakṣit and ○kskat, cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 98 f
• 3. pl. ○kṣur Vop. ix, 28
• pf. 3. pl. jajakṣur Bhaṭṭ. xiii, 28
• ind. p. jagdhvā́ dhvā́ya, See s.v
• inf. ○gdhum) to wish to eat BhP. ii, 10, 17
• to eat, consume BhP. (once Ā. iii, 20, 20) Bhaṭṭ.
• cf. pra-
≫ jakṣaṇa
jakṣaṇa n. eating, consuming L.
≫ jakṣi
jakṣi f. id. W.
≫ jakṣivas
jakṣivás mf(○kṣúṣī)n. pf. p. √ghas, q.v
≫ jagdha
jagdhá mfn. (Pāṇ. 2-4, 36) eaten RV. i, 140, 2 AV. v, 29, 5 ŚBr.vi Mn.v, 125 MBh. vii, 4346
• exhausted by (instr.) Hcar. v, 140
• n. a place where any one has eaten Pāṇ. 1-4, 52 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
• cf. apa-, nṛ-, pari-, práti-, vi-, saraṃga-
⋙ jagdhapāpman
○pāpman (○gdhá-), mfn. one whose sin is consumed or blotted out AV. ix, 6, 25 (also á-j○ neg.)
⋙ jagdhasāramga
○sāramga mfn. = sāraṃga-jagdhin Gaṇar. 91 Sch.
≫ jagdhi
jágdhi f. eating, consuming ŚBr. ix, 2, 3, 37 (dat. ○gdhyai, Ved. inf.) Mn. Hcar. V, 302 (v. l.)
• the being eaten by (instr.) Mn. iii, 115
• cf. kalya-
≫ jagdhvā
jagdhvā́ ind. p. having eaten AV. v, 18, 10 TS. ii TBr. ii ŚBr. i Mn. Yājñ. MBh. i, 8476
≫ jagdhvāya
jagdhvā́ya Ved. ind. p., id. RV. x, 146, 5
jakṣma
jakṣma ○man, for yakṣ○ L. Sch.
jaga
jaga n. = gat KaushUp. i, 3
≫ jagac
jagac in comp. for ○gat
⋙ jagaccakṣus
○cakṣus n. 'eye of the universe (= ○gad-eka-c○)', the sun Kathās. lix, 51 KāśīKh. vli, 44 BṛNārP. i, 8
⋙ jagaccandra
○candra m. N. of a Jain Sūri (founder of the Tapā-gaccha, 1229 AḌ.)
⋙ jagaccandrikā
○candrikā f. Bhaṭṭôtpala's Comm. on VarBṛ. (also called Cintā-maṇi)
⋙ jagaccitra
○citra n. a wonder of the universe R. vii, 34, 9
• the universe taken as a picture Sarvad. viii, 76
⋙ jagacchandas
○chandas (jág○), mfn. one to whom the Jagati metre belongs, connected with it VS. iv, 87 AV. ŚāṅkhŚr. xiv
≫ jagaj
jagaj in comp. for ○gat
⋙ jagajjīva
○jīva m. a living being of this world Rājat. ii, 25
⋙ jagajjīvanadāsa
○jīvana-dāsa m. N. of the author of three poems (Jñāna-prakāśa, Prathama-grantha, and Mahā-pralaya). [Page 408, Column 1]
≫ jagat
jágat mfn. (√gam redupl. Pāṇ. 3-2, 178 Vārtt. 3) moving, movable, locomotive, living RV. AV. &c
• (= jā́gata) composed in the Jagatī metre RV. i, 164, 23 ṢaḍvBr. i, 4 Lāṭy. i, 8, 9
• m. air, wind L.
• m. pl. people, mankind Rājat. (C) iii, 494
• n. that which moves or is alive, men and animals, animals as opposed to men, men (Naigh. ii, 3) RV. AV. &c. (○to madhye, 'within everybody's sight' R. vii, 97, 1 ; 5 and 10)
• the world, esp. this world, earth ŚBr. Mn. &c
• the Jagati metre RV. i, 164, 25
• N. of a Sāman, See - sāman
• n. du. heaven and the lower world Kir. v, 20
• n. pl. the worlds (= ○gat-traya) Prab. i, 10
• people, mankind Kpr. x, 50/51 (cf. Sāh. and Kuval.)
• (jágatī), f. a female animal RV. i, 157, 5 ; vi, 72, 4
• a cow Naigh. 11, II
• the plants (or flour as coming from plants) VS. i, 21 ŚBr. i, 2, 2, 2
• the earth ĪśUp. PraśnUp. Mn. i, 100 MBh. &c
• the site of a house L. (cf. Kir. i, 7 Sch.)
• people, mankind L.
• the world, universe R. ii, 69, 11 a metre of 4 x 12 syllables RV. x, 130, 5 AV. viii
• xix ŚBr. AitBr. &c
• any metre of 4 X 12 syllables
• the number 48 Lāṭy. ix Kāty. xxii
• a sacrificial brick named after the Jagatī metre ŚBr. viii KātyŚr. xvii
• a field planted with Jambū L.
⋙ jagatkartṛ
○kartṛ m. 'world-creator', Brahmā L. =
⋙ jagatkāraṇa
○kāraṇa n. the cause of the universe Vedântas.
-kāraṇa n. the (cause, of the cause, i.e. the) final cause of the universe', Vishṇu Vishṇ. i, 61
⋙ jagatkṛtsna
○kṛtsna n. the whole world W.
⋙ jagatkṣaya
○kṣaya m. the destruction of the world W.
⋙ jagattuṅga
○tuṅga m. N. of two princes (850 and 900 AḌ.)
⋙ jagattraya
○traya n. the three worlds (heaven, earth, and the lower world) Kathās. Sāh.
⋙ jagattritaya
○tritaya n. id. Dhūrtas. ii, 8
⋙ jagatpati
○pati m. the lord of the world Prab. i, 22/23 (○tas páti AV. vii, 17, 1)
• Brahmā MBh. i, 36, 20
• Siva, xiii, 588 Kum. v, 59
• Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa Bhag. x, 15 R. i, 14, 24 VarP. clxix, I
• Agni MBh. i, 8418
• the sun VP. iii, 5, 20
• a king W.
⋙ jagatparāyaṇa
○parāyaṇa mfn. chief of the universe (Vishṇu) Vishṇ. īc, 100
⋙ jagatpitri
○pitri m. 'world-father', Siva W.
⋙ jagatprakāśa
○prakāśa mfn. = -prathita Ragh. iii, 48
• m. the light of the world Bhaktâm. 16
⋙ jagatpradhāna
○pradhāna n. 'chief of the world', Siva MBh. vii, 202, 12
⋙ jagatprabhu
○prabhu m. the lord of the world Prab. i, 24
• Brahmā MBh. iii, 15908
• Siva
• Vishṇu VarP. clxix, 2
• N. of an Arhat of the Jainas L.
⋙ jagatprasiddha
○prasiddha mfn. known throughout the world Hemac. Sch.
⋙ jagatprāṇa
○prâṇa m. 'world-breath', wind L.
• Rāma RāmatUp. i, 3, 2
⋙ jagatprāsāha
○prāsāha mf(ā)n. consisting chiefly of Jagatī verses AitBr. vi, 12, 15
⋙ jagatprīti
○prīti f. 'world joy', Siva MBh. vii, 202, 12
⋙ jagatsamagra
○samagra n. = -kṛtsna W.
⋙ jagatsarva
○sarva n. id. W.
⋙ jagatsākṣin
○sâkṣin m. 'world-witness', the sun L.
⋙ jagatsāman
○sāman mfn. having the Jagat(-Sāman) for its Sāman ĀpŚr. xii, 14, 1
⋙ jagatsiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a prince Inscr.
⋙ jagatseṭa
○seṭa m. N. of a man Kshitîś. vii
⋙ jagatsraṣṭṛ
○sraṣṭṛ m.= -kartṛ W.
• Siva L.
⋙ jagatsvāmin
○svāmin m. the Iord of the world Prab. vi, 2
• Vishṇu VāmP. xvi
• N. of an image of the sun in Dvādâśâdityâśrama, ŚrimMāh. xxxi
○mi-tva n. sovereignty of the world, Ratnav.iv, 20
≫ jagatī
jágatī f. of ○t, q.v
⋙ jagatīcara
○cara m. 'earth-walker', man MBh. xii, 6970
⋙ jagatījāni
○jāni m. 'whose wife is the earth', a king, SārṅgP
⋙ jagatītala
○tala n. 'earth-surface', the ground, soil Sarvad. iii, 217
⋙ jagatīdhara
○dhara m. 'earth-supporter', a mountain R. iii, 68, 45
• N. of a Bodhi-sattva, Buddh' L.
⋙ jagatīpati
○pati m. 'earthlord', a king MBh. i, iii R. i BhP. v
-kanyakā f. king's daughter', a princess Kād. vi, 524 (vḷ.)
⋙ jagatīpāla
○pāla m. 'earth-protector', a king MBh. viii, 530 Hit. ii, 11, 8
⋙ jagatībhartṛ
○bhartṛ m.= -pati R. ii, 103, 17
⋙ jagatībhuj
○bhuj m. 'earth-enjoyer', a king Rājat.
⋙ jagatīmadhya
○madhya n. 'world-centre', the earth Bhām. ii, 218
⋙ jagatīruh
○ruh m. 'earth-grower', a tree Kir. vi, 2
⋙ jagatīruha
○ruha m. id. MBh.
⋙ jagatīvarāha
○varāha n. N. of a Sāman
≫ jagatya 2
jagatya Nom. ○tyati Pāṇ. 1-4, 2 Vārtt. 14 Pat. 2
⋙ jagatya
jagatya n. (fr. ○tī), iv, 4, 122
≫ jagad
jagad in comp. for ○gat
⋙ jagadaṇḍa
○aṇḍa n. the mundane egg, universe
⋙ jagadaṇḍaka
○aṇḍaka n. id. Śiś. ix, 9
⋙ jagadanta
○anta m. the end of the world W.
⋙ jagadantaka
○antaka m. 'world-destroyer', death BhP. iv, 5, 6 (kântaka mfn. destroying death)
⋙ jagadantarātman
○antar-ātman m. 'innermost soul of the universe', Vishṇu Bhartṛ. iii, 84
⋙ jagadambā
○ambā f. the mother of the world Śatr. ii, 22
• = ○mbikā, Udbh
-prādurbhāva m. 'appearance of Durgā', N. of Durgāv iv
⋙ jagadambika
○ambika f. 'world-mother', Durgā Bhagavatīg.
⋙ jagadātmaka
○ātmaka mfn. 'whose self is the world', identical with the world W.
⋙ jagadātman
○ātman m. 'world-breath', wind R. vi, 82, 153
• world-soul', the Supreme Spirit, W [Page 408, Column 2]
⋙ jagadādija
○ādi-ja m. 'first-born of the world', Śiva
⋙ jagadādhāra
○ādhāra m. support of the universe Siṃhâs. xv, 4/5
• Time (cf. Bhāshāp. 44)
• Rāma RāmatUp. i, 5, 8
• N. of the Jina Vīra, Satr. i, 274
• wind L.
⋙ jagadānanda
○ānanda mfn. rejoicing the world W.
⋙ jagadāyu
○āyu n. life-spring of the world', wind MBh. iii, 11193
⋙ jagadāyus
○āyus n. id., xii, 13569
⋙ jagadīśa
○īśa m. 'world-lord', Brahmā BrahmaP. iii, 1, 6
• Vishṇu Gīt. i, 5 ff
• Śiva
• N. of a man, Kshitiś. iv, 8
• of a scholiast (author of Anumāna-dīdhiti-tippanī)
-toṣiṇī f. N. of a Comm.
-śataka n. N. of a poem (of 100 stanzas)
⋙ jagadīśitṛ
○īśitṛ m. 'world-lord, Śiva, Siṃhâs 2 Introd
⋙ jagadīsvara
○īsvara m. world-lord MBh. i, 81 1 Prab. v, 9
• Śiva R. iii, 53, 60
• Indra MBh. i, 811
• a king Mn. vii, 23, Kull
• N. of the author of Hāsy.
⋙ jagaduddhāra
○uddhāra m. salvation of the world W.
⋙ jagadekacakṣus
○ekacakṣus m. 'sole eye of the universe', the sun, Siṇhâs. xviii
⋙ jagadekanātha
○eka-nātha m. the sole monarch of the world (Raghu) Ragh. v, 23
⋙ jagadekapāvana
○eka-pāvana mfn. the sole purifier of the world W.
⋙ jagadguru
○guru m. the father of the world Ragh. x, 65
• Brahmā BhP. ii, 5, 12
• Vishṇu Hariv. 15699 BhP. i, 8, 25
• Siva Kum. vi, 15
• Rāma (as Vishṇu's incarnation) R. iii, 6, 18
⋙ jagadgaurī
○gaurī f. N. of Manasā(-devii) BrahmaP. ii, 42
⋙ jagadghātin
○ghātin mfn. destroying the world or mankind W.
⋙ jagaddala
○dala m. N. of a king of the Darads Rājat. viii, 210
⋙ jagaddīpa
○dīpa m. 'world-illuminator', the sun Kathās. lxvi, lxxiv
⋙ jagaddeva
○deva m. N. of a prince (1100 AḌ.) Inscr.
⋙ jagaddruh
○druh -dhruh or -dhruṭ m. 'people-injurer', a demon W.
⋙ jagaddhara
○dhara m. N. of a son of Ratnadhara and grandson of Vidyā-dhara (author of comments on Mālatīm. Veṇis., and Kāt.)
⋙ jagaddhātṛ
○dhātṛ m. world-creator', Vishṇu BrahmaP. ii, 10, 18 and 18, 3 VarP. clxix, 2
⋙ jagaddhātrī
○dhātrī f. 'worldnurse', Sarasvati MārkP. xxiii, 30
• Durgā W.
⋙ jagadbala
○bala m. 'world-strength', wind L.
⋙ jagadbimba
○bimba n. = -aṇḍa Bādar. ii, 1, 32 f. Sch.
⋙ jagadbīja
○bīja n. 'world-seed', Siva MBh. vii, 9506
⋙ jagadbhūṣaṇakoṣṭhaka
○bhūṣaṇakoṣṭhaka n. N. of wk
⋙ jagadyoni
○yoni m. 'worldwomb', Brahmā
• .Vishṅu or Kṛishṇa Hariv. 5880 VarP. clxix, 2
• Śiva MBh. vii, 9506
• Prakṛiti RāmatUp. i, 4, 8
• the earth W.
⋙ jagadvañcaka
○vañcaka m. people-deceiver', N. of a cheat Dhūrtan.
⋙ jagadvandya
○vandya mfn. 'to be adored by the world', Kṛishṇa MBh. ii, 23
⋙ jagadvahā
○vahā f. 'bearer of all living beings', the earth L.
⋙ jagadvidhi
○vidhi m. the arranger of the world Pañcar. i, 10, 48
⋙ jagadvināśa
○vināśa m. = ○gat-kṣaya L.
⋙ jagadvaidyaka
○vaidyaka m. 'world-curer', N. of a physician Nid. Sch.
⋙ jagadvyāpāra
○vyāpāra m. 'world-business', creation and support of the world Bādar. iv, 4, 17
≫ jagan
jagan in comp. for ○gat
⋙ jagannātha
○nātha m. 'worldlord', Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa MBh. ii, 779 ; iii, 15529
• Rāma (as incarnation of Vishṇu) R. i, 19, 3
• Dattâtreya (as incarnation of Vishṇu) MārkP.xviii, 29
• du. Vishṇu and Siva Hariv. 14394
• N. of a celebrated idol of Vishnu and its shrine (at Purī in Orissa RTL. p. 59), Tantr
• N. of the authors (of Rekhā-gaṇita
• of Bhām.
• of Rasa-gaṅgādhara
• of the Vivāda-bhaṅgārṇava compiled at the end of the last century)
• (a), f. Durgā Hariv. 10276
-kṣetra n. the district surrounding the Jagan-nātha shrine W.
-vallabha-nāṭaka n. N. of a drama
-vijaya m. 'Jagan-nātha's victory', N. of a poem
⋙ jagannidhi
○nidhi m. 'world-receptacle', Vishṇu Hcat. i, 9
⋙ jagannivāsa
○nivāsa m. world-abode', Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa Bhag. xi, 25 and 37 MBh. vi, 2604 BhP. viii BrahmâṇḍaP.
• Śiva MBh. xiii, 899
• worldly existence W.
⋙ jagannetra
○netra n. 'world-eye', the moon Kathās. lxxxix, 5
• du. the sun and the moon, Kāvyad. ii, 172 (cf. ŚārṅgP.)
• Nom. ○trati, to represent the world's eye (as the moon) Prasannar. vii, 6i
⋙ jaganmaṇi
○maṇi m. N. of a copyist
⋙ jaganmaya
○maya mfn. containing the whole world Hariv. BhP. viii, 22, 21
⋙ jaganmātṛ
○mātṛ f. 'worldmother', Durgā Hariv. 10276 Saṃskārak.
• Lakshmī MārkP. xviii, 32
⋙ jaganmukha
○mukha (jág○) mfn. (faced by, i.e.) beginning with the Jagatī metre TS. vii, 2, 8, 2
⋙ jaganmohana
○mohana n. 'perplexing living beings', N. of a work. =
⋙ mohinī
mohinī f. 'infatuating living beings', N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
≫ jaganu
jaganu m. a living being L.
• fire L.
≫ jagannu
jagannu m. a living being L.
• fire L.
≫ jaganvas
jaganvás mf(gmúṣī)n. pf. p. √gam, q.v
≫ jagmāna
jagmāná mfn. pf. p. Ā. √gam, q.v
≫ jagmi
jágmi mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 171 ) going, being in constant motion, hastening towards (acc. or loc.) RV.
≫ jagmivas
jagmivas mf(gmúṣi)n. pf. p. √gam, q.v
≫ jaṅgama
jaṅgama mf(ā)n. (cf. Nir. v, 3 ; ix, 13
• √gam, Intens.) moving, locomotive (opposed to stationary, sthāvara or sthira), living AitUp. v, 3 Mn. MBh. &c. [Page 408, Column 3]
• (ifc. f. ā) a living being MBh. BhP. i, 17, 34
• (with viṣa, venom) coming from living beings (opposed to poison) MBh. i, 5019 Suśr.
• m. pl. N. of a Saiva sect Saṃkar.' iv, 28
⋙ jaṅgamakuṭī
○kuṭī f. = bhramat-k○ L.
⋙ jaṅgamatva
○tva n. movableness MBh. xiv, 654
⋙ jaṅgametara
jaṅgamêtara mfn. immovable L.
≫ jaṅgamana
jaṅgamana n. course Nir. v, 19 Sch.
jagada
jagada m. an attendant PārGṛ. iii, 4, 4 and 8 (cf. AV. iii, 12, 7 and ĀśvGṛ. ii, 8, 16)
jaganu
jaganu ○gannu, &c. See jaga
jagara
jagara m. = jāg○, armour L.
jagala
jagala mfn. fraudulent L.
• m. a kind of spirituous liquor (or fluid suitable for distillation L.) Car. i, 27 Suśr. i, 45, 10, 10 ; 10 Bhpr.
• Vangueria spinosa L.
• = ○gara W.
• n. = chagaṇa L.
jaguri
jáguri mfn. (√gṝ Pāṇ. 7-1, 103 Kāś.) leading, conducting RV. x, 108, 1 (cf. Nir.xi, 25)
jaggika
jaggika N. of a man Rājat. viii
jagdha
jagdhá jágdhi, &c. See √2. jakṣ
jagmi
jágmi ○gmivas, See jaga
jaghana
jaghána (√janh), m. [RV. i, 28, 2 ; v, 61, 3 ; vi, 75, 13], n. [AV.xiv, r, 36 TS.ī TBr. ii, &c.] the hinder part, buttock, hip and loins, pudenda, mons veneris (ifc. f. ā [Pāṇ. 4-1, 56 Kāś.] MBh. xiii, 5324 R. Megh.)
• the hinder part of an altar Sulbas. iii, 52
• rear-guard MBh. iii, v f. ix
• (ena), instr. ind. behind (with gen. [ChUp. ii, 24, 3] or acc. [ŚBr. i f. vii, xi] following, once [vii, 2, 2, 4] preceding)
• so as to turn the back towards ŚāṅkhGṛ. ii, 1 ; iv, 12
⋙ jaghanakūpaka
○kūpaka m. du. = kakundara L.
⋙ jaghanagaurava
○gaurava n. the weight of the hips Śak. iii, 5
⋙ jaghanacapalā
○capalā f. 'moving the hips', a libidinous woman VarBṛS. civ, 3 Pañcat. i, 4, 11
• a woman active in dancing W.
• n. species of the Aryā metre
⋙ jaghanacyuti
○cyuti (○ghána-), f. (a woman) whose pudendum oozes TBr. ii, 4, 6, 4 ĀśvŚr. ii, 10, 14
⋙ jaghanatas
○tas ind. behind, after Kauś. 75
⋙ jaghanavipulā
○vipulā f. (a woman) having stout hips
• N. of a metre
⋙ jaghanārdha
jaghanârdhá m. the hinder part TS. ii, vi AitBr. iii, 47 ŚBr. i, iii, viii, x
• rear-guard MBh. v, 5162
⋙ jaghanephalā
jaghane-phalā f. 'last-ripening.' Ficus oppositifolia L.
≫ jaghanin
jaghanin mfn. having stout hips Hariv. 9547
≫ jaghanya
jaghanyá mf(ā́)n. (g. dig-ādi
• in comp. Pāṇ. 2-1, 58
• ifc., g. vargyâdi) hindmost, last, latest AV. vii, 74, 2 VS. TBr. AitBr. &c
• lowest, worst, vilest, least, least important MBh. &c
• of low origin or rank, (m.) man of the lowest class Hariv. 5817 R. ii Pañcat. BhP. vii, 11, 17
• m. N. of the attendant of the model man Mālavya VarBṛS. lxix, 31 ff
• n. the penis L.
• (am), ind. behind, after, last MBh. iii, 905 f. R. (G) ii, 112, 31
• (e), loc. ind. id. MBh. iii, 1303 f. ; v, 4506
• with √kṛ, to leave behind Hariv. 3087
⋙ jaghanyakārin
○kārin mfn. (in med.) attending extremely unskilfully Suśr. i, 25, 38
⋙ jaghanyaguṇa
○guṇa m. the lowest of the 3 Guṇas (tamas) Bhag. xiv, 18 MBh. xiv, 999
⋙ jaghanyaja
○ja mfn. last born, youngest, i, iii Hariv. 594
• m. a younger brother W.
• 'low-born', a Śūdra L.
• N. of a son of Pradyota
⋙ jaghanyatara
○tara mfn. (compar.) lower, inferior MBh. xiv, 1137
⋙ jaghanyatas
○tas ind. from behind R. vi, 7, 35 and 45, 22 and 29
• behind, after, last MBh. iv, 994 R. v, 40, 5
⋙ jaghanyaprabhava
○prabhava mfn. of lowest origin Mn. viii, 270
⋙ jaghanyabhāva
○bhāva m. inferiority L.
⋙ jaghanyarātre
○rātre loc. ind. at the end of the night MBh. iii, 10795 and 14750
⋙ jaghanyaśāyin
○śāyin mfn. going to bed last, xii, 8840
⋙ jaghanyasaṃveśin
○saṃveśin mfn. id. Āp. i, 4, 28
⋙ jaghanyāyus
jaghanyâyus mfn. shortest Suśr. i, 35, 6
jaghanvas
jaghanvas mf(ghnuṣī)n. S.√han
≫ jaghni
jághni mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 171) striking (with acc.) RV. ix, 61, 20
• m. a weapon L.
⋙ jaghnivat
○vat mfn. containing an Intens. form of √han AitBr. i, 25
≫ jaghnivas
jaghnivás mf(ghnuṣī)n. pf. p. √han, q.v
≫ jaghnu
jaghnu mfn. striking, killing Uṇ. i, 22
jaghri
jághri mfn. (√ghṛ redupl.) pouring out, sprinkling about RV. i, 162, 15
jaṅkṣ
jaṅkṣ cl. 1. P., Vḷ. for √kṣaj
jaṅga
jaṅga N. of a man Rājat. Viii, 863
⋙ jaṅgapūga
○pūga m. wickedness W.
⋙ jaṅgāri
jaṅgâri See ○ṅghâri
jaṅgama
jaṅgama ○mana, See jaga
jaṅgala
jaṅgala mfn. arid, sterile, desert L. [Page 409, Column 1]
• m. = -patha L.
• meat L.
• n. id
• = ○gula L.
• cf. dīrgha-, jāṅg○
⋙ jaṅgalapatha
○patha m. 'any arid or sterile region, desert', See jāṅgalapathika
jaṅgāla
jaṅgāla m. a dyke L.
jaṅgiḍa
jaṅgiḍá m. N. of a plant (worn as an amulet) AV. ii, 4, 1 ff. ; xix, 34 f. Kauś. 8
jaṅgula
jaṅgula n. = jāṅg○ venom L.
jaṅgha
jaṅgha m. N. of a Rakshas R. vi, 69, 12
• (jáṅghā), f. (√jaṃh) the shank (from the ankle to the knee) RV. i, 116, 15 and 118, 8
AV. VS. &c. (ifc. Pāṇ. 6-2, 144
• f. ā, Śrut
• also ī Pāṇ. 4-1, 55)
• a part of a bedstead VarBṛS. lxxix, 30
• of a carriage, See ratha-
≫ jaṅghā
jáṅghā f. See s.v. ○gha
⋙ jaṅghākara
○kara mfn. 'active with the shanks', running quickly, m. a runner, courier Pāṇ. 3-2, 21
⋙ jaṅghākarika
○"ṣkarika mfn. id. Daś. vi, 49. -"ṣkārika mfn. m. id. W.
⋙ jaṅghājaghanya
○jaghanya mfn. the last with respect to the shanks MBh. v, 1257 (xii, 4191)
⋙ jaṅghātrāṇa
○trāṇa n. armour for the shanks L.
⋙ jaṅghāpiṇḍī
○piṇḍī f. the calf. Gal.
⋙ jaṅghāprahata
○prahata n. g. akṣa-dyūtâdi (not in Kāś.)
⋙ jaṅghāprahṛta
○prahṛta n. ib.
⋙ jaṅghābandhu
○bandhu m. N. of a man MBh. ii, 111
⋙ jaṅghābala
○bala n. 'strength of the shanks', running off, flight Mālav. iii, 19/20
⋙ jaṅghāmātra
○mātra mf(ī)n. 'measuring a shank', 2 1/2 feet long
⋙ jaṅghāratha
○ratha m. N. of a man, pl. his descendants, g. yaskâdi (v. l. ○ghe-r○ Gaṇar., Śch.)
⋙ jaṅghāri
○"ṣri (○ghâr○), m. N. of a man MBh. xiii, 256 (○ṅgâri, B)
⋙ jaṅghāvihāra
○vihāra m. a walk Divyâv. xxxii, 28
⋙ jaṅgheratha
jaṅghe-ratha See ○gha-r○
≫ jaṅghāla
jaṅghāla m. 'running swiftly, runner', a class of animals (antelopes &c.) Car. i, 27, 51 Suśr. i, 46 Bhpr.
⋙ jaṅghālatva
○tva n. the being a good runner (for passing over, laṅghana) Sarvad. i, 44 (a- neg.)
≫ jaṅghikā
jaṅghikā f. = ○ghā.' See kapi-
≫ jaṅghila
jaṅghila mfn. running swiftly, quick L. Sch.
jaj
jaj cl. 1. P. to fight Dhātup. vii, 68
≫ jaja
jaja m. 'a warrior'
• cf. jājin
⋙ jajauas
jajâuas n. 'warrior's strength', prowess Śiś. xix, 3
jajja
jajja mfn. (etymol.) quick DaivBr. iii, 17 (jalacara, v. l. ○cala Nir. vii, 13)
• m. N. of a man Rājat. iv, 410 ; 471 ff
≫ jajjala
jajjala N. of a man, viii, 1085 ; 2173
≫ jajjalā
jajjalā ind. (onomat.) with √kṛ, to make in an instant DaivBr.iii, 17 (jalgalyamāna Nir.vii, 13)
jajñana
jajñana mfn. pf. p. Ā. √jnā, q.v
• m. N. of a man ĀrshBr.
jajñi
jajñi mfn. (√jan redupl. Pāṇ. 3-2, 171 and Vārtt. 3) germinating, shooting TS. vii, 5, 20, 1
• f. seed (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 171 (?) Kāś.) Siddh.
≫ jajñivas
jajñivas mf(jñuṣi)n. pf. p. √jan, q.v
jajhjhatī
jajhjhatī f. pl. (scil. ā́pas) splashing or rushing waters (cf. Nir. vi, 16) RV. v, 52, 6
jañj
jañj cl. I. P.= √jaj Dhātup.vii, 69
• p. f. jáñjatī, glittering, flashing (cf. Gmn
• = abhibhavantī Sāy.) RV. i, 168, 7
≫ jañja
jañja m. g. uñchâdi
≫ jañjaṇābhavat
jañjaṇā-bhávat mfn. glittering RV. viii, 43, 8
jañjapūka
jañjapūka mfn. (√jap, Intens. Pāṇ. 3-2, 1 66) muttering prayers repeatedly Hcar.
jaṭ
jaṭ cl. I. P, = √jhaṭ Dhātup. ix, 18
jaṭa
jaṭa mfn. wearing twisted locks of hair, g. arśa-ādi
• m. metrically for ○ṭā Hariv. 9551
• (ā), f. the hair twisted together (as worn by ascetics, by Siva, and persons in mourning) PārGṛ. ii, 6 Mn. vi, 6 MBh. (ifc. f. ā, iii, 16l37) &c
• a fibrous √, √(in general) Bhpr. v, 111 ŚāṅgS. i, 46 and 58
• N. of several plants (= ṭā-vatī L.
• Mucuna pruritus L.
• Flacourtia cataphracta L.
• = ○ṭā-mūlā L.
• = rudra-jaṭā L.) Suśr. v f
• N. of a Pāṭha or arrangement of the Vedic text (still more artificial than the Krama, each pair of words being repeated thrice and one repetition being in inverted order), Caraṇ.
• (ī), f. Nardostachys Jaṭāmāṃsī L.
• (= ○ṭi) the waved-leaf fig-tree L.
• cf. tri-, mahā-, vi-
kṛṣṇa-jaṭā'
⋙ jaṭamalla
○malla m. N. of the author of the Jaṭamalla-vilāsa
≫ jaṭā
jaṭā f. See s.v. ○ṭa
⋙ jaṭākara
○kara mfn. matting the hair W.
⋙ jaṭākalāpa
○kalâpa m. a knot of braided hair Vikr. v, 19 BhP. iii
⋙ jaṭācīra
○cīra m. N. of Śiva L.
⋙ jaṭājāla
○jāla n. = -kalâpa Daś. xii, 20 and 75
⋙ jaṭājinin
○"ṣjinin (○ṭâj○), mfn. wearing braided hair and covered with a hide MBh. i, 4917
⋙ jaṭājūṭa
○jūṭa m. the long tresses of hair twisted on the top of the head, quantity of twisted hair (also applied to that of Śiva Kathās. i, 18) BhP. v, 17, 3 Mahān. Kathās. &c. (ifc. f. (ā) Hcat.) [Page 409, Column 2]
⋙ jaṭājvāla
○jvāla m. 'flame-tufted', a lamp L.
⋙ jaṭātaṅka
○taṅka m. N. of Śiva L.
• cf, kaṭaṅkaṭa
⋙ jaṭāṭīra
○"ṣṭīra (○ṭâṭ○), v. l. for ○ṭā-cīra
⋙ jaṭādhara
○dhara mfn. = -dhārin R. Pañcat. i, 4, 5
• m. an ascetic Daś. vii, 203
• Śiva MBh. iii, 1625 BhP. vi, 17, 7
• N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh. ix, 2563
• of a Buddha L.
• of a lexicographer
• pl. N. of a people in the south of India VarBṛS. xiv, 13
• (ī), f. = rudra-jaṭā Bhpr. vii, 10, 84/85
⋙ jaṭādhārin
○dhārin mfn. wearing twisted hair BhP. iv, 2, 29 Vet. i, 23
○ri-śaiva-mata n. the doctrine of the Śaivas who wear twisted hair, Govind. on Bādar. ii, 2, 37
⋙ jaṭāntā
○"ṣntā (○ṭân○), f. = ○ṭā-vatī Npr.
• Flacourtia cataphracta ib.
⋙ jaṭāpaṭala
○paṭala n. N. of a treatise on the Jaṭā(-pāṭha)
⋙ jaṭāpāṭha
○pāṭha m. the Jaṭā arrangement of a Vedic text W.
⋙ jaṭābandha
○bandha m. = -kalâpa W.
⋙ jaṭābhāra
○bhāra m. the mass of braided hair R. ii
⋙ jaṭāmaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. = kalâpa Hariv. 4565 R. i, iii Śak. vii, 11
⋙ jaṭāmāṃsi
○māṃsi f. -vatī L.
⋙ jaṭāmālin
○mālin m. garlanded with matted hair', N. of a Muni VāyuP. i, 23, 176
⋙ jaṭāmūlā
○mūlā f. Asparagus racemosus L.
⋙ jaṭāvat
○vat mfn. = -dhārin W.
• m. Siva Gal.
• (), f. Nardostachys Jaṭā-māṃsī L.
⋙ jaṭāvalkalin
○valkalin mfn. wearing twisted hair and a garment made of bark Kathās. xciv, 36
⋙ jaṭāvallī
○vallī f. a kind of Valleriana L.
• = rudra-jaṭā L.
⋙ jaṭāsaṃkara
○saṃkara n. N. of a Tīrtha Rasik. xii, 22
⋙ jaṭāsura
○"ṣsura (○ṭâs○) m. N. of a Rakshas (killed by Bhīma-sena) MBh. iii, vii, xiv
• pl. N. of a people in the north-east of Madhyadeśa VarBṛS. xiv, 30
⋙ jaṭesvaratīrtha
jaṭêsvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha RevāKh. cvii
⋙ jaṭoocha
jaṭôocha m. N. of a hill W.
≫ jaṭāyu
jaṭāyu and m. N. of the king of vultures (son of Aruṇa and Syenī MBh.
⋙ jaṭāyus
jaṭāḍyus m. N. of the king of vultures (son of Aruṇa and Syenī MBh.
• son of Garuḍa R.
• younger brother of Sampāti
• promising his aid to Rāma, out of regard for his father Daśa-ratha, but defeated and mortally wounded by Rāvaṇa on attempting to rescue Sītā) MBh. i, 2634 ; iii, 16043ff. and 16242ff R. i, iii f
• N. of a mountain VāyuP. i, 23, 176
• bdellium L.
≫ jaṭāla
jaṭāla mfn. (g. sidhmâdi) = ○ṭā-dhārin, Hāriv. 10594 Caṇḍ. ii, 19 Kathās. liii, 2
• cxi
• ifc. crested by (flames), liii, 160
• m. bdellium L.
• curcuma L.
• Schrebera Swietenioides L.
• the Indian fig-tree L.
• = ○ṭā-vatī L.
≫ jaṭālaka
jaṭālaka mfn. = ○ṭā-dhārin MārkP. viii, : 176
• (ikā), f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 46, 23 (jāṭ○ C.)
≫ jaṭi
jaṭi f. twisted hair L.
• a mass, multitude L.
• Ficus infectoria L.
⋙ jaṭika
jaṭika 'N.', See jāṭikāyana
≫ jaṭin
jaṭin mfn. = ○tā-dhārin Mn. xi, 93 and 129 Yājñ. MBh. Hariv.
• m. an ascetic Bharaṭ.
• Siva MBh. vii, 2046 and 2858
• N. of one of Skanda's attendants, ix, 2563
• a Pratuda bird Car. i, 27, 56
• an elephant 6o years old L.
• Ficus infectoria L.
≫ jaṭila
jaṭila mf(ā)n. (g. picchâdi) = ○ṭā-dhārin Mn. ii f. MBh. Hariv. &c
• hairy (the face) MBh. vii, 93, 47
• twisted together (the hair) BhP. iii, 33, 14
• ifc. crested by VarBṛS. viii, 53 Pañcat. Śāntiś. i, 8 Kathās. Vcar.
• m. an ascetic Kām. vii, 46
• Śiva MBh. xii f
• a goat with certain, marks VarBṛS. lxiv, 9
• a lion L.
• N. of a man Śatr. x, 137
• (ā), f. = tā-vatī Suśr. i, vi
• long pepper L.
• a kind of Artemisia L.
• Acorus Calamus L.
• = uccaṭā L.
• N. of a woman (with the patr. Gautamī
• mother-in-law of Rādhikā Gauragaṇ.
• said to have had 7 husbands) MBh. i, 7265
⋙ jaṭilasthala
○sthala n. N. of a locality R. iv, 43, 8
≫ jaṭilaka
jaṭilaka m. N. of a man, pl. his descendants, g. upakâdi
• (ikā), f. (g. śivâdi) N. of a woman Lalit.
≫ jaṭilaya
jaṭilaya Nom. ○yati, to twist together, form into a clotted mass Prasaṅg. viii, 4
• to crest or fill with (instr.) Bhām. iv, 5
≫ jaṭilī
jaṭilī ind. for ○la. root
⋙ jaṭilīkṛ
○kṛ to twist together, form into a clotted mass W.
• to crest or fill with Pañcat. Hcar. viii, 15
⋙ jaṭilībhāva
○bhāva m. the being twisted together Suśr. ii, 6, 1
jaṭula
jaṭula m.= jaḍ○ L. (cf. jatu-maṇi)
jaṭhara 1
jaṭhara mf(ā)n. (vḷ. for baṭh○, q.v.) hard, firm, Śāntiś. iv, 13 and Sāh. (v. l. jaraṭka)
• for jaraṭha, old Bhartṛ. iii, 92
• = baddha L.
• for javana R. ii, 98, 24
ati-, 'very hard' and very old' Śiś. iv, 29
• m. N. of a man Pravar. iv (Mādh.)
• of a mountain BhP. v, 16, 28
• pl. N. of a people (in the south-east of Madhya-deśa VarBṛS. xiv, 8) MBh. vi, 350
⋙ jaṭharatva
○tva n', hardness', only a- neg., tenderness Vām. iii, 1, 19
jaṭhara 2
jaṭhára n. m. the stomach, belly, abdomen, bowels, womb, interior of anything, cavity RV. AV. &c. [Page 409, Column 3]
• certain morbid affections of the bowels Car. vi, 1 Suśr. i, vi
• (eṇa), instr. ind. (opposed to pṛṣṭha-tas) so as to turn the face towards Hit. ii, 3, 3
• [cf. ? ; Goth. kilthei or qvithrs]
⋙ jaṭharagada
○gada m. a morbid affection of the abdomen or bowels (= hṛd-roga Sch.) VarBṛS. civ, 6 and 13
⋙ jaṭharajvalana
○jvalana n. 'stomach-heat', hunger Bhām. i, 49
⋙ jaṭharajvālā
○jvālā f. belly-ache, colic W.
⋙ jaṭharanud
○nud m. 'removing the Jaṭhara disease', Cathartocarpus fistula L.
⋙ jaṭharayantranā
○yantranā f. pain endured (by the embryo) in the womb W.
⋙ jaṭhararoga
○roga m. = -gada VarBṛS. civ. 16
⋙ jaṭharavyathā
○vyathā f. = -jvālā W.
⋙ jaṭharastha
○stha mfn. being in the belly or in the womb, W
⋙ jaṭharasthāyin
○sthāyin mfn. id. W.
⋙ jaṭharasthita
○sthita mfn. id. W.
⋙ jaṭharāgni
jaṭharâgni m. digestive stomach-fire, gastric juice Gṛihyās. i, 11 Kathās. lxxiii, 58 Hcat.
• cf. jāṭhara
⋙ jaṭharāmaya
jaṭharâmaya m. 'stomach-disease', dropsy' L.
≫ jaṭharin
jaṭharin mfn. affected with the Jaṭhara disease Car. v, 6, vi, 18 Suśr. iv, 18, 32
≫ jaṭharīkṛta
jaṭharī-kṛta mfn. 'contained in the belly', concealed in the bosom BhP. iii, 9, 20
≫ jaṭhara
jaṭhara (= 2. j○ Sāy.) RV. i, 112, 17
≫ jaṭhala
jáṭhala (= 2. jaṭhára, 'cavity of waters, ocean' Sāy.), i, 182, 6
jaḍa
jaḍa mf(ā)n. (cf. jálhu) cold, frigid Pañcat. i, 12, 4 Kāvyâd. ii, 34 Rājat. iv, 41
• stiff, torpid, motionless, apathetic, senseless, stunned, paralysed Ragh. iii, 68 Śak. &c
• stupid, dull Mn. viii, 394 (also a- neg., 148) Yājñ. ii MBh. (ifc. 'too stupid for', iii, 437) &c
• void of life, inanimate, unintelligent KapS. i, 146 ; vi, 5o NṛisUp. Vedântas. Sarvad.
• dumb' Mn. ii, 110 Suśr.
• ifc. stunning, stupefying Śak. iv, 6
• m. (g. aśvâdi) N. of Sumati (who simulated stupidity), cf. MārkP. x, 9
• cold, frost W.
• idiocy W.
• dulness, apathy W.
• inanimate', lifeless, matter (opposed to cetana)
• n. water (= jala) ŚārṅgP. (cf. Subh.)
• lead L.
• (ā), f. N. of a plant ( = jaṭā, Mucuna pruritus, Flacourtia cataphracta L.) Car. vi, 2 (ifc. f. ā)
⋙ jaḍakriya
○kriya mfn. working slowly L.
⋙ jaḍatā
○tā f. = -bhāva W.
• stiffness, senselessness, apathy Suśr. Ragh. ix, 46 Sāh.
• stupidity, idiocy MārkP. x, 13 and 33
• inanimateness Sarvad. iii, 40 and 42 f
• stupefaction, despair W.
⋙ jaḍatva
○tva n. stiffness, senselessness Tattvas. 35 Rājat. vi, 26
• idiocy Tattvas. 37 Ratnâv. iii, 12/13
⋙ jaḍadhī
○dhī mfn. stupid-minded, idiotic Kathās. lxi Prab.
• (a-., neg.) BhP. vii, 5, 46
⋙ jaḍaprakṛti
○prakṛti mfn. id. Ratnâv. ii, 12/13
⋙ jaḍabuddhi
○buddhi mfn. id. Kathāsḷxi,. 187
• (compar.) iv, 20
⋙ jaḍabharata
○bharata m. 'the stupid Bharata', N. of a man simulating stupidity JābālUp. BhP. v, 9 f
⋙ jaḍabhāva
○bhāva m. coolness Kuval. 504
⋙ jaḍamati
○mati mfn. = -dhī BhP. v, 9, 8 Veṇis. ii, 10
⋙ jaḍamūka
○mūka in comp. idiot and dumb Mn. vii, ix, xi MBh. iii, 1389 ; v, 4599
• (mūka-jaḍa BhP. i, 4, 6.)
⋙ jaḍavipra
○vipra m. the idiot Brāhman', -bharata VP.
⋙ jaḍāṃśu
jaḍâṃśu m. having cool rays', the moon Kuval. 375 (?)
⋙ jadātmaka
jadâtmaka mfn. = ○tman Pañcat.
• inanimate, un, intelligent
⋙ jaḍātman
jaḍâtman mfn. 'cold-natured, and stupid', iii, 11/12 Vcar.
⋙ jaḍāśaya
jaḍâśaya mfn. = ○ḍadhī Kathās. vi, 58 and 132
• cxxiv Kalyāṇam. 5
≫ jaḍaya
jaḍaya Nom' ○yati, to make without feeling for (loc.) Mudr. iii, 4
• to render weak, Ratnav. iv, 13
≫ jaḍāya
jaḍāya Nom. ○yate, to be stiff (the tongue) Subh.
≫ jaḍita
jaḍita mfn. rendered lifeless Bālar. i, 42 Sāh.
≫ jaḍiman
jaḍiman m. (g. dṛḍhâdi) = ○ḍa-bhāva Kād. v f
• stiffness, senselessness, apathy, Mālatim. Gīt. vi, 10 Rājat. iv, 110
• stupidity Kathās. lxi, 23
≫ jaḍī
jaḍī ind. for ○ḍa. -√kṛ, to stupefy Śak. iv, 20/21 (vḷ.)
⋙ jaḍīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. rendered torpid or motionless or senseless, stunned R. Ragh. ii, 42 Ratnâv.
• confounded, rendered stupid BhP. vi, 3, 25 ; viii, 12, 35
⋙ jaḍībhāva
○bhāva m. stiffness, senselessness L.
⋙ jaḍībhūta
○bhūta mfn. become stupid, vi, 18, 28
jaḍula
jaḍula m. = jaṭula, a freckle L.
jatu
jatu n. lac, gum Kauś. 13 MBh. i, xii Suśr.
• (ū́s), f. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 71 Pat.) a bat VS. xxiv, 25 and 36 AV. ix, 2, 22 ; [Lat. bitumen ; Germ. Kitt.]
⋙ jatukāri
○kāri f. red lac L.
• = -kṛt L.
⋙ jatukṛt
○kṛt f. lac-maker', a kind of Oldenlandia (the lac insect forms its nest in this tree) Bhpr. v, 2, 127
⋙ jatukṛṣṇā
○kṛṣṇā f. id. ib.
⋙ jatugṛha
○gṛha n. a house plastered with lac and other combustible substances (such a house was built for the reception of the Pāṇḍava princes in Vāraṇāvata by Purocana, at the instigation of Duryodhana, the object being to burn them alive when they were asleep after a festival [Page 410, Column 1]
• warned by Vidura, they discovered the dangerous character of their abode, and dug an underground passage
• next having invited an outcaste woman with her five sons, they first stupefied them with wine, and then having burnt Purocana in his own house, set fire to the house of lac, and, leaving the charred bodies of the woman and her sons inside, escaped by the underground passage) MBh. i, 313 ; 2250 and 5864
• (v, 1987, -geha)
• (hence) a place of torture Divyâv. xxvii (jantu-g○)
-parvan n. N. of MBh. i, ch. 141-151
⋙ jatugeha
○geha n. = gṛha, q.v
⋙ jatudhāman
○dhāman n. id. L.
⋙ jatuputraka
○putraka m. 'Iac-figure', a man at chess or backgammon L.
• cf. jaya-p○
⋙ jatumaṇi
○maṇi m. 'lac-jewel', a mole Suśr. i f. iv
⋙ jatumaya
○maya mfn. 'plastered with lac', saraṇa n. = ○tu-geha Veṇis. v, 25
⋙ jatumukha
○mukha m. lac-faced', a kind of rice Suśr. i, 46, 1, 9
⋙ jaturasa
○rasa m. 'lac-juice', lac L.
⋙ jatuveśman
○veśman n. = -geha MBh. i, 361 and 379
⋙ jatvaśmaka
jatv-aśmaka n. 'lac-stone', bitumen L.
≫ jatuka
jatuka m. 'N. of a man', See jant○
• n. lac, gum L.
• = jāt○, Asa foetida L.
• (ā), f. lac L.
• √○tu-kṛt Bhpr. v, 2, 127
• = ○tū́ L.
≫ jatunī
jatunī f. = ○tū́ L.
≫ jatū
jatū f. See ○tu
⋙ jatūkarṇa
○karṇa m. (g. gargâdi vḷ. jāt○), bat-eared', N. of a physician (pupil of Bharadvāja Kapishṭhala) Car. i, 1, 29 (v. l. jātūkarṇ)
≫ jatūkā
jatūkā f. = ○tū́, vi, 9
• = ○tu-kṛt L.
jaturaka
jaturaka See jantuka
jatṛṇa
jatṛṇa m. pl. N. of a famiIy Pravar. 3, 5
jatru
jatrú m. pl. the continuations of the vertebrae, collar-bones and cartilages of the breast-bone (16 are named ŚBr. xii, 2, 4, 11) RV. viii, 1, 12 AV. xi, 3, 10 VS. xxv, 8 TāṇdyaBr. ix, 10, 1
• n. sg. the collar-bone Yājñ.iii, 88 MBh. Hariv. R. Suśr. VarBṛS. (pl.)
⋙ jatruka
jatruka n. the collar-bone L.
jan
jan cl. 1. [RV. AV.] and 10. jánati, ○te (Subj. janat RV. ;○nāt AV. vi, 81, 3 ; Ā. ○nata RV. x, 123, 7 ; impf. ájanat RV. ; p. jánat), janáyati, ○te (in later language only P. Pāṇ. 1-3, 86 ; Subj. ○náyat ; impf. ájanayat ; aor. ájījanat ; p. janáyat ; inf. jánayitavai ŚBr. xiv), twice cl. 3 (Subj. jajánat MaitrS. i, 3, 20 and 9, 1 [Kāṭh. ix, 8] ; cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 192 and vii, 4, 78 Kāś. ; pr. jajanti Dhātup. xxv, 24 ; aor. Ā. jániṣṭa ; Ā. ájani RV. ii, 34, 2 ; perf. jajā́na ; 3. pl. jajñúr RV. &c. ; once jajanúr, viii, 97, 10 p. ○jñivas ; Ved. inf. jánitos, iv, 6, 7 AitBr. ŚBr. iii ; [Pāṇ. 3-4, 6]
• Ved. ind. p. ○nitvií RV. x, 65, 7) to generate, beget, produce, create, cause RV. AV. &c
• to produce (a song of praise, &c.) RV.
• (cl. 10 or Caus.) to cause to be born AV. vii, 19, 1 ; xiii, 1, 19 VarBṛ. xiv, 1 ; xix,
• to assign, procure RV. VS. xix, 94: cl. 4. jā́yate (ep. also ○ti
• impf. ájāyata
• pr. p. jayamāna
• fut. janiṣyate
• aor. 'āniṣṭa
• 1. [RV. viii, 6, 10] and 3. sg. ájani ; 3 sáni jáni, i, 141, 1
jā́ni, 7, 36
• perf. jajñé, 2. sg. ○jñiṣé 3. pl. ○jñiré, p. ○jñāná) and {RV.} cl, 2. (?) Ā. (2. sg. jañiṣé, 2. pl. ○jiñre, ○niṣvā Impv. 15, 18], ○nidhvam, cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 78
• impf. 3. p. ajñata [aor. Pāṇ. 2-4, 80] AitBr.), twice cl. 1. Ā. (impf. 3. pl. ajanatā RV. iv, 5, 5
• p. jánamāna, viii, 99, 3) to be born or produced, come into existence RV. AV. &c
• to grow (as plants, teeth) AV. iv f. AitBr. vii, 1 5 ŚBr. xiv KātyŚr. Mn. ix, 38 VarBṛS.
• to be born as, be by birth or nature (with double nom.) MBh. i, 11, 15 Pañcat. iv, 1, 5
• to be born or destined for acc.) RV. iv, 5, 5 MuṇḍUp. iii, 1, 10 (vḷ. jayate for jāy○)
• to be born again Mn. iv, ix, xi f. MBh. i, iii, xiii Hit. Introd. 14
• to become, be RV. AV. &c
• to be changed into (dat.) Pāṇ. 2-3, 13 Kāś.
• to take place, happen Vet. i, 11 ; iv, 25
• to be possible or applicable or suitable Suśr.
• to generate, produce R. iii, 20, 17 Caraṇ.: Pass. janyate, to be born or produced Pāṇ. 6-4, 43: Desid. jijaniṣati, 42 Kāś.: Intens. jañjanyate and jājāy○, 43 (cf. Vop. xx, 1 7) ; [cf. ? Lat. gigno, [(g)nascor] ; Hib. genim, 'I beget, generate.']
≫ jana
jána mf(ī)n. 'generating', See puraṃ-
• m. (g. vṛṣâdi) creature', living being, man, person, race (páñca jánās', the five races', = p kṛṣṭáyas RV. iii, viii ff. MBh. iii, 14160), people, subjects (the sg. used collectively, e.g. daívya or divyā́ j○', divine race', the gods collectively RV.
mahat j○, many people R. vi, 101, 2
• often ifc. denoting one person or a number of persons collectively, e.g. preṣya-, bandhu-, sakhī- &c., qq. vv. [Page 410, Column 2]
• with names of peoples VarBṛS. iv, 22 and v, 74
ayaṃ janaḥ, 'this person, these persons', I, we MBh. viii, 709 Hariv. 7110 R. ii, 41, 2 Śak. &c
eṣa j○, id . Kāvyâd. ii, 75) RV. &c
• the person nearest to the speaker (also with ayam or asau, this my lover' Kāvyâd. ii, 271 Ratnâv. i, 24/25) Nal.x, 10 Śak. Mālav.
• a common person, one of the people Kir. ii, 42 and 47
• the world beyond the Mahar-loka BhP. iii, 11, 29 SkandaP.
• (○ná), m. (g. aśvâdi) N. of a man (with the patr. Śārkarâkshya) ŚBr. x ChUp.
• (ā), f. 'birth', a-jana, the unborn', Nārāyaṇa BhP. x, 3, 1
⋙ janaṃsaha
○ṃ-sahá mfn. subduing men (Indra) RV. ii, 21, 3
⋙ janakarī
○karī f. (= jananī) red lac L.
⋙ janakalpa
○kalpa mf(ā)n. similar to mankind AitBr. vi, 32 ŚāṅkhŚr. xii, 21, 1
• f. pl. (scil. ṛcas) N. of AV. xx, 128, 6-11 ib.
⋙ janakārin
○kārin m. = -karī L.
⋙ janagat
○gat mfn. Pāṇ. 1-4, 2 Vārtt. 14 Pat.
⋙ janagatya
○"ṣgatya Nom. (fr. -gat) ○tyati ib.
⋙ janamgama
○m-gama m. a Cāṇḍā. la (cf. jalaṃ-g○) Hcar. vi Kād. vii, 168 (vḷ. jaran-mātaṅga) Rājat. vii, 965
• (ā), f. a Cāṇḍāla woman, viii, 1957
⋙ janacakṣus
○cakṣus n. = jagac-, 'eye of all creatures', the sun Hariv. 8050
⋙ janacandra
○candra m. N. of a poet', for jala-c○
⋙ janatā
○tā (○ná-), f. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 43) a number of men, assemblage of people, community, subjects, mankind AV. v, 18, 12 TS. ii TBr. i f. AitBr. VarBṛS. Siś. &c
• generation W.
⋙ janatraya
○traya n. three persons R. iii, 4, 46
⋙ janatrā
○trā for jala- W.
⋙ janadāhasthāna
○dāha-sthāna n. a place of cremation Daś. xii, 2
⋙ janadeva
○deva m. 'man-god', a king MBh. xii, 7883 BhP. viii, 19, 2
⋙ janadhā
○dhā (ján○ ), mfn. (√dhā) nourishing creatures TBr. i, 1, 1, 1f. (-dhāya TāṇḍyaBr. i, 4
-dhāyas MaitrS. i, 3, 1 2 and 27)
⋙ janadhāya
○dhāya
⋙ janadhāyas
○dhāḍyas (ján○), See -dhā
⋙ jananātha
○nātha m. 'man-lord', a king Kir. ii, 13
⋙ janaṃtapa
○ṃ-tapa m. 'N. of a man', jānaṃtapi
⋙ janapati
○pati m. = -nātha Daś. i, 151
⋙ janapada
○padá m. sg. or pl. a community, nation, people (as opposed to the sovereign) TBr. ii AitBr. viii, 14 ŚBr. xiii f. &c
• sg. an empire, inhabited country MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā R. iii, 61, 27)
• mankind W.
-ghātaka m. a plunderer of a country Buddh. L.
-maṇḍala n. the district formed by a country Car. iii, 3
-mahattara m. the chief of a country Daś. viii, 207
○dâdhipa m. 'country-ruler', a king R. ii, 63, 48
○dâyuta mfn. crowded with people W.
○dêśvara, a, m. = ○dâdhipa W.
○dôddhvaṃsanīya mfn. treating on the epidemics of a country Car. iii, 3
⋙ janapadin
○"ṣpadin m. 'country-ruler', a king Pāṇ. 4-3, 100
⋙ janapāna
○pā́na mfn. being a beverage for men RV. ix, 110, 5
⋙ janapālaka
○pālaka m. guardian of mankind Kalyāṇam. 30
⋙ janapravāda
○pravāda- m. 'talk of men', rumour, report MBh. ii, 2507 (pl.) Rājat. Hit.
⋙ janapriya
○priya m. 'dear tomen', Siva
• coriander-seed L.
• Moringa pterygosperma L.
-phalā f. the egg-plant Gal.
⋙ janabāndhava
○bāndhava m. friend of mankind Kalyāṇam. 38
⋙ janabālikā
○bālikā f. lightning Gal.
⋙ janabhakṣa
○bhakṣá mfn. devouring men ['loving men or to be loved by men' Sāy.] RV. ii, 21, 3
⋙ janabhṛt
○bhṛ́t mfn. supporting men VS. x, 4
⋙ janamaraka
○maraka m. 'men-killer', an epidemic VarBṛS.
⋙ janamāra
○māra m. id. AV. Paris. lxxii, 84
• (ī), f. id., 98
⋙ janamāraṇa
○māraṇa n. killing of men
⋙ janamejaya
○m-ejayá m. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 28) 'causing men to tremble', N. of a celebrated king to whom Vaiśampāyana recited the MBh. (greatgrandson to Arjuna, as being son and, successor to Parikshit who was the son of Arjuna's son Abhimanyu) ŚBr. xi, xiii AitBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. xvi MBh. &c
• N. of a son (of Kuru, i, 3740 Hariv. 1608
• of Pūru MBh. i, 3764 Hariv. 1655 BhP. ix
• of Puraṃ-jaya Hariv. 1671
• of Soma-datta VP. iv, 1, 19
• of Su-mati BhP. ix, 2, 36
• of Sṛiñjaya 23, 2)
• N. of a Nāga, TāṇḍvaBr. xxv MBh. ii, 362
⋙ janamohinī
○mohinī- f.' infatuating men', N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs. Concl
⋙ janayopana
○yópana mfn. perplexing or vexing men RV. x, 86, 22 AV. xii, 2, 15
⋙ janarañjana
○rañjana mfn. gratifying men Gīt. i, 19
• n. gratification of people W.
• (ī), f. N. of a prayer Pañcar. iii, 15, 32
⋙ janarava
○rava m. = -pravāda
⋙ janarāj
○rā́j m. = -nātha VS. v, 24. =
⋙ janarājan
○rā́jan m. id. RV. i, 53, 9
⋙ janaloka
○loka m. 'world of men', the 5th Loka or next above Mahar-loka (residence of the sons of Brahmā and other godly men), AruṇUp. NṛisUp. i, 5, 6 BhP. MārkP. SkandaP.
• cf. janas
⋙ janavat
○vat mfn. 'crowded with people', (ti), loc. ind. on a spot filled with people Car. i, 8, 1, 63
⋙ janavallabha
○vallabha m. 'agreeable to men, the plant Śveta-rohita L.
⋙ janavāda
○vāda m. (g. kathâdi) = -pravāda Mn. ii, 179 MBh. ii, xii, xiv VarBṛS.
⋙ janavādin
○"ṣvādín m. a talker, newsmonger VS. xxx, 17
⋙ janavid
○vid mfn. possessing men (Agni) Kauś. 78
⋙ janavyavahāra
○vyavahāra m. popular practice or usage W. [Page 410, Column 3]
⋙ janaśrī
○śrī́ mfn. coming to men (Pūshan) RV. vi, 55, 6 (cf. Nir. vi, 4)
⋙ janaśruta
○śruta m. 'known among men', N. of a man ChUp. iv, 1, 1 Sch.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman AitBr. i, 25 Sāy.
• cf. jānaśruti
⋙ janaśruti
○śruti f. rumour, news Rājat. vii, 133
⋙ janasaṃsad
○saṃsad f. an assembly of men MBh. iii, 2729 (pl.) R.
⋙ janasaṃkṣaya
○saṃkṣaya m. destruction of men VarBṛS. vli, 30
⋙ janasambādha
○sambādha m. a crowd of people MBh. i, 7125 Kām.
• mfn. densely crowded with people W. -1
⋙ janastha
○stha mfn. abiding among men BhP. vii, 15, 56
• See also s.v. janas
⋙ janasthāna
○sthāna n. 'resort of men', N. of part of the Daṇḍaka forest in Deccan MBh. iii, ix, xiii R. Ragh. xii f
-ruha mfn. growing in Jana-sthāna W.
⋙ janākirṇa
janâkirṇa mfn. crowded with people W.
⋙ janācāra
janâcāra m. popular usage W.
⋙ janātiga
janâtiga mfn. superhuman, superior Kir. iii, 2
⋙ janādhinātha
janâdhinātha m. = ○nanātha W.
• Vishṇu W.
⋙ janādhipa
janâdhipa m. = ○nanātha MBh. R. (ifc. f. ā)
⋙ janānta
janânta m. a number of men Sāh. vi, 139
• a region (deśa) Suśr. i, 46, 2, 38
• 'man-destroyer', Yama BhP. vi, 8, 16
⋙ janāntika
janântika 'personal proximity', (am), ind. (as a stage-direction) whispering aside to another Śak. Vikr. &c
• (e), loc. ind. in the proximity of men Kathās. lxv, 132
⋙ janāpavāda
janâpavāda m. ill report Pāṇ. 2-3, 69 Kāś. (pl.)
⋙ janāyana
janâyana mfn. leading to men (a path) AV. xii, 1, 47
⋙ janārava
janârava m.= ○na-r○ Kathās. lxxv, 152
⋙ janārṇava
janârṇava m. 'man. ocean', a caravan Nal.xiii, 16
⋙ janārthaśabda
janârtha-śabda m. a family appellation gentile noun W.
⋙ janārdana
janârdana m. (g. nandy-ādi) 'exciting or agitating men', Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa MBh. iii, 8102 ; v, 2564 Hariv. 15397 Bhartṛ. BhP. Gīt.
• N. of several men Hariv. &c
• of a locality, Tantr
-vibudha m. N. of a scholiast (author of Bhāvârtha-dipikā)
⋙ janālaya
janâlaya m. an inhabitant of the Jana-loka BhP. iii, 11, 31
⋙ janāv
janâv nom. aus m. protecting men Vop. xxvi, 77
⋙ janāśana
janâśana m. 'man-eater', a wolf. L.
⋙ janāśraya
janâśraya m. 'man-shelter', inn, caravansery Rājat. iii, 480
⋙ janāṣah
janā-ṣáh nom. -ṣāṭ, = ○naṃ-sahá RV. i, 54, 11
⋙ janendra
janêndra m.= ○na-nātha R. ii, 100, 14
⋙ janevāda
jane-vāda m. = ○na v○ g. kathâdi
⋙ janeśa
janêśa m. = ○nêndra Hariv. 8403 Hcar. v, 405
⋙ janeśvara
janêśvara m. id. MBh. if. Hariv.1828 R. i, iii
⋙ janeṣṭa
janêṣṭa m. 'mandesired', a kind of jasmine L.
• (ā), f. turmeric L.
• the Jatukā plant (Oldenlandia) L.
• the medicinal plant vṛddhi L.
• the flower of Jasminum grandiflorum L.
⋙ janodāharaṇa
janôdāharaṇa n. 'man-laudation', fame W.
⋙ janau
janau See ○nâv
⋙ janaūgha
janaū7gha m. a multitude of people, crowd R. i, 77, 8 ; ii, 80, 4
≫ janaka
janaka mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 35 Kāś.) generative, generating, begetting, producing, causing (chiefly ifc.) MBh. iv, 1456 VarBṛS. Bhāshāp. Bhpr.
• m. a progenitor, father Hariv. 982 R. vi, 3, 45 Pañcat. &c
• (in music) a kind of measure
• (oxyt.) N. of a king of Videha or Mithilā (son of Mithi and father of Udāvasu R.) ŚBr. xi, xiv MBh. iii, xii, xiv Hariv. 9253
• of another king of Mithilā (son of Hrasva-roman and father of Sītā) R.
• of another king Rājat. i, 98
• of a disciple of Bhagavat BhP. vi, 3, 20
• of several official men Rājat. vii f
• pl. the descendants of Janaka MBh. iii, 10637 R. i Uttarar. i, 16 ; iv, 9 ; vi, 42 MārkP.
• (ikā), f. (as in Pāli) a mother Divyāv. xviii, 137
• a daughter-in-law W.
⋙ janakakāṇa
○kāṇa m. 'the one-eyed Janaka', N. of a man Rājat. viii, 881
⋙ janakacandra
○candra m. N. of several men, vii f. =
⋙ janakatanayā
○tanayā f. 'Janaka's daughter', Sitā Megh. 1
⋙ janakatā
○tā f. = -tva Sāh. i, 2/3, 8
• paternity Kathās. xvii, 57
⋙ janakatva
○tva n. generativeness Sarvad. ii, 63
• generation, i, 38 ; ii, 133
⋙ janakanandini
○nandini- f. = -tanayā
⋙ janakabhadra
○bhadra m. N. of a man Rājat. viii, 2485
⋙ janakarāja
○rāja m. N. of a man, viii, 978 and 1002 Śrīkaṇṭh. xxv (grammarian and Vaidika)
⋙ janakasaptarātra
○sapta-rātra m. N. of a Saptâha KātyŚr. ĀśvŚr. x ŚāṅkhŚr. Maś.
⋙ janakasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a man Rājat. viii
⋙ janakasutā
○sutā f. = -tanayā
⋙ janakātmajā
janakâtmajā f. id
⋙ janakāhvaya
janakâhvaya m. Mesua Roxburghī Gal.
⋙ janakeśvaratīrtha
janakêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha RevāKh.
≫ janakīya
janakīya mfn. fr. jána, g., gahâdi Pāṇ. 4-3, 60 Kār.
≫ janat
jánat mfn. pr. p. √jan, q.v
• ind. an exclamation used in ceremonies (like om, &c.) Kauś.
≫ janadvat
jánad-vat mfn. containing a form of √jan MaitrS. i, 8, 9
≫ janana
jánana mf(ī)n. ifc. generating, begetting, producing, causing Mn. ix, 81 MBh. Hariv. &c
• m. a progenitor, creator RV. ii, 40, 1
• n. birth, coming into existence, TāṇḍyaBṛ. xxi, 9 KātySr. Mn. &c
• 'birth', i.e. life (pūrvaj○ = ○nântara) Kum. i, 54 [Page 411, Column 1]
• production, causation R.: Kum. i, 43 Sāṃkhyak. Sarvad.
• race, lineage L.
• (ī), f. a mother, SāṅkhSr. xv Mn. ix, 192 Yājñ. Nal. &c
• a queen-mother W.
• a bat L.
• = jana-karī L.
• Jasminum auriculatum L.
• Rubia Munjista L.
• the plant janī L.
• the plant kaṭukā L.
• compassion L.
• cf. indra-, medhā-
⋙ jananāntara
jananântara n. (another, i.e.) a former life Śak. v, 2
≫ janani
janani metrically for ○nī, a mother VarBṛS. vi, 10 f. birth W.
• the plant janī L.
jananīya 1
jananī-ya Nom. ○yati, to consider as one's mother HYog. iii, 9
jananīya 2
jananīya mfn. to be produced W.
≫ janamāna
jánamāna mfn. pr. p. √jan, q.v
• m. N. of a man, g. gargâdi (cf. Kāś
• vḷ. for jaramāṇa)
≫ janayati
jánayati f. generation VS. i, 22
≫ janayanta
janayanta mfn. generating, producing Vop.
≫ janayitavya
janayitavya min. to be generated or produced Prab. i, 20/21 Sarvad. ii, 57 Sāṃkhyak. Sch.
≫ janayitṛ
janayitṛ m. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 53 Kāś.) one Who generates or begets or produces, progenitor, father Mn. ix MBh. &c
• (tri), f. a mother Rājat. iii, 108
≫ janayiṣṇu
janayiṣṇu m. a progenitor MBh. ix, 2222
≫ janar
janar in comp. for ○nas
⋙ janarloka
○loka m. = jana-l○
≫ janas
jánas n. race, class of beings (Lat. genus) RV. ii, 2, 4 = jana-loka Vedântas. BhP. iii, 13, 25 and 43. 2
⋙ janastha
jana-stha (fr. ○naḥ-), mfn. abiding in the Janas (or Jana-loka) VP. i, 3, 24
≫ jani
jáni
⋙ janī
jáḍnī f. a woman, wife (gen. ○nyur RV. x, 10, 3) RV. (pl. also fig. 'the fingers') VS.
• birth, production Sarvad. KapS. i, 97, Sch'
• a kind of fragrant plant L.
○ni f. a mother L.
• birth, i. e. life AgP. xxxviii, 1
• birthplace Hariv. 11979
• the √jan Bādar. iii, 1, 24 Sch.
• cf. gnā́
⋙ janikartṛ
○kartṛ mfn. coming into existence Pāṇ. 1-4, 30
• producing, effecting Naish.v, 63 (f. ○trī)
⋙ janikāma
○kāma (ján○), mfn. wishing for a wife AV. ii, 30, 5. -1
⋙ janitva
○tvá n. the state of a wife, iv RV. x, 18, 8
⋙ janitvana
○tvaná n. id., viii, 2, 42
⋙ janidā
○dā́ mfn. giving a wife, iv, 17, 16
⋙ janidivasa
○divasa m. birthday Mcar. vi, 28
⋙ janidhā
○dhā́ ? RV. x, 29, 5
⋙ janinīlikā
○nīlikā f. the plant Mahā-nīlī L.
⋙ janipaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of a, work
⋙ janimat
○mat mfn. having a wife or wives (Soma) ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 9, 9
• having an origin, produced Bādar. iii f. Sch.
• creature, man Mcar. vii, 32
⋙ janivat
○vat (ján○), mfn. having a wife RV.
≫ janika
janika mfn. generating, producing W.
≫ janita
janita mfn. born Hariv. 9238
• engendered, begotten W.
• produced, occasioned MBh. iv, 1 236 Pañcat. Megh. &c
• occurring W.
⋙ janitasvana
○svana mfn. making a noise, sounding W.
⋙ janitodyama
janitôdyama mfn. making exertion, energetic W.
≫ janitavya
janitavyá mfn. to be born or produced AV. iv, 23, 7
⋙ janitṛ
janitṛ́ or (along with jajā́na 4 times)
⋙ jan
ján○ m. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 53) a progenitor, father, ?, ? (Lat.) genitor
RV. VS. AV. ChUp. ŚvetUp. Pañcat. ; (jánitrī), f. a mother, ? genitrix RV. AV. TS. iv Gobh. MBh. VarBṛS.
≫ janitra
janítra n. a birthplace, place of origin, home, origin RV. AV. VS. TBr. ii MBh. v, 2580 Hariv. 14730
• pl. parents, relatives AitBr. ii, 6 sg. generative or procreative matter VS. xix, 84 ; xxi, 55
• N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy.
• (du. with vasiṣṭhasya) another Sāman (consisting of the janitrâdya and ○trôttara), ix, 12, 8
• sg. with uttara = ○trôttara, vii, 2, 1
≫ janitva 2
jánitva mfn. = ○tavyá RV. i, 66, 8 and 89, 10 ; iv, 18, 4 ; x, 45, 10 AV.ī, 28, 3
• m. father Uṇ. Sch.
• m. du. parents ib.
• (ā), f. mother ib.
≫ janiman
jániman n. generation, birth, origin RV. ii, 35, 6 ; iii, 1, 4
• iv ; x, 142, 2
• offspring, v, 3, 3 ; ix, 68, 5 ; x, 63, 1
• a creature, being RV. AV. v, 11, 5
• genus, kind, race RV. AV. i, 8, 4 ii, 31, 5
• vi ; [Hib. geineamhuin, 'birth, conception.']
≫ janiya
janiya Nom. (3. pl. ○yánti) to wish for a wife AV. iv, 2, 72
⋙ janiṣṭha
jániṣṭha mfn. (superl. of janitṛ́) most generative RV. v, 77, 4
≫ janiṣya
janiṣya mfn. = ○nitavyá MBh. xii R. iii, vii
≫ janī
jánī f. See ○ni
• a daughter-in-law (cf. jāmí) L.
janīya 1
janīya Nom (p. ○yát) = ○niya RV. iv, 17, 16 ; vii, 96, 4 (cf. Pāṇ. 7-4, 35 Siddh.) AV. vi, 82, 3
janīya 2
janīya mfn. See ○nyīya
≫ janu
janu f. = ○nū́ L.
• the soul Gal.
• cf. sa-
≫ janus
janús m. n. (nom. [fr. ○nū́] ○nū́s RV. vii, 58, 2 ŚBr. iii, 9, 3, 2
• acc. ○núṣam RV. i, 139, 9 ; 141, 4
• ii, 42, 1) birth, production, descent RV. AV. vii, 115, 3
• nativity', See ○nuḥ-paddhati
• birthplace ŚBr. iii, 9, 3, 2
• a creature, being RV. AV.
• creation RV. vii, 86, 1
• genus, class, kind RV. ii, 42, 1 (cf. Nir. ix, 4)
• (úṣā), instr. ind. by birth, from birth, by nature, originally, essentially, necessarily RV. AV. ix, 4, 24 TS. ii [Page 411, Column 2]
• cf. aṅga-
≫ januḥpaddhati
januḥ-paddhati^ f. N. of wk. on nativities
≫ januṣāndha
januṣândha mfn. born blind Pāṇ. 6-3, 3 Vārtt.
≫ janūrvāsas 2
janūr-vā́sas n. the natural garment ŚBr. v, 3
≫ janū
janū́^ f. (cf. L.) See ○nús
≫ jano
jano in comp. for ○nas
⋙ janoloka
○loka m. = ○na-l○, KāśiKh. xxii'
≫ jantu
jantú m. a child, offspring RV. Kathās. īc, 58
• a creature, living being, man, person (the sg. also used collectively, e.g. sarva j○, everybody' Śak. v, 5/6
ayaṃ jantuḥ, 'the man' KaṭhUp. ii, 20 ŚvetUp. iii, 20 Mn. xii, 99) RV. Mn. &c
• a kinsman, servant RV. i, 81, 9 and 94, 5 ; x, 140, 4
• any animal of the lowest organisation, worms, insects Mn. vi, 68 f. MBh. xiv, 1136 Suśr.
• (n.) HYog. iii, 53 and Subh.
• a tree Gal.
• N. of a son of Somaka MBh. iii, 10473ff. Hariv. 1793 BhP. ix, 22, 1 Kathās. xiii, 58ff
• cf. kṣiti-, kṣudra-, jala-
⋙ jantukambu
○kambu n. a shell inhabited by an animal L.
⋙ jantukārī
○kārī f. = jatu-kṛt L.
⋙ jantugṛha
○gṛha See jatu-g○
⋙ jantughna
○ghna mfn. killing worms Suśr. i, 46, 4, 41
• m. -mārin L.
• n. = -nāśana L.
• Embelia Ribes L.
• (ī), f. id. L.
⋙ jantujātamaya
○jāta-maya mfn. = -mat HYog. iii, 35
⋙ jantunāśana
○nāśana n. 'destroying worms, Asa foetida L.
⋙ jantupādapa
○pādapa m. Mangifera sylvatica L.
⋙ jantuphala
○phala m. Ficus glomerata L.
⋙ jantumat
○mat mfn. containing worms or insects MārkP. xxxii, 19
⋙ jantumātṛ
○mātṛ m. a kind of worm living in the bowels Car. i, 19, 1, 39 ; iii, 7
• =
⋙ janturasa
○rasa Npr.
⋙ jantumārin
○mārin m. 'worm-killer', the citron L.
⋙ janturasa
○rasa m. 'insect-essence', red lac L.
⋙ jantuhantrī
○hantrī f. = -ghnī L.
≫ jantuka
jantuka m. N. of a man, pl. his descendants, g. upakâdi (jat○ and jant○ Gaṇar. 28 and 30, jaturaka, 30)
• (ā), f. = ○ntu-rasa L.
• = jatu-kṛt L.
≫ jantulā
jantulā f. Saccharum spontaneum L.
≫ jantva
jántva mfn. ( = jánit○) = ○tavyá RV. viii, 89, 6
≫ janma
janma in comp. for ○nman
• n. birth L. Sch.
⋙ janmakara
○kara mfn. ifc. effecting the birth of Laghuj. iii, 8
⋙ janmakāla
○kāla m. time or hour of birth VarBṛS.vci, 13
⋙ janmakīla
○kīla m. 'birth-pillar', Vishṇu L. = kṛt m. a progenitor, father BhP. iii, 13, 7 ; ix, 22, 1
⋙ janmakṛta
○kṛta mfn. effected by or resulting from birth Kād. vi, 1860 (vḷ. for ā-j○)
⋙ janmakṣetra
○kṣetra n. birthplace Kathās.
⋙ janmagṛha
○gṛha n. = -bha VarYogay. iv, 44
⋙ janmacitra
○citra ○traka m. N. of a Nāga Divyāv. xxx
⋙ janmacintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m. birth-jewel', N. of wk. on nativities
⋙ janmajauman
○jauman n. loc. ○ni ind. in every (birth or) life Cāṇ.
○nmântara n. every future life Pañcat. i, 15, 29
⋙ janmajātaka
○jātaka n. N. of wk.,
⋙ janmajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha mfn. the eldest by birth Mn. ix, 126
⋙ janmatas
○tas ind. according to birth Āp. i, 1, 4
• according to the age of life Mn. ii, 155 ; ix, 125 f. MBh.
⋙ janmatāra
○tāra (m. L.) = -bha Hcat. i, 11
⋙ janmatithi
○tithi (m. f. L.) birthday ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 25
⋙ janmada
○da mfn. ifc. = -kara Laghuj. iii, 10
• a progenitor, father Śak. vii, 18 (v. l.)
⋙ janmadina
○dina n. = -tithi Kum. i, 23
⋙ janmanakṣatra
○nakṣatra n. = -bha Hcat. i, 8
⋙ janmanāman
○nāman n. the name received at birth (i.e. on the 12th day after) W.
⋙ janmapa
○pa m. the regent of a planet under which any one is born VarBṛ. xv, 3
⋙ janmapattra
○pattra n. 'nativity-paper', horoscope (paper or scroll on which are recorded the year, lunar day, configuration, and relative position of the planets, of any one's birth, table of his fortunes throughout life) W.
⋙ janmapattrikā
○pattrikā f. id. Jyot.
⋙ janmapatha
○patha m. 'birth-path', the vulva Gal.
⋙ janmapādapa
○pādapa m. the tree under which any one is born, family tree Rājat. iv, 175
⋙ janmapratiṣṭhā
○pratiṣṭhā f. 'birthplace', a mother Śak. vi, 9/10
⋙ janmaprada
○prada mfn. = -kara VarBṛS.
⋙ janmapradīpa
○pradīpa m. N. of wk. on nativities (by Vibudha)
⋙ janmaprabhṛti
○prabhṛti ind. ever since birth Mn.viii, 90 MBh. v, 4153 R. i
⋙ janmabandha
○bandha m. the fetters of transmigration Bhag. ii, 51
⋙ janmabha
○bha n. the asterism under which any one is born, Var Yogay. ix 10
⋙ janmabhāj
○bhāj m. 'possessing birth', a creature, living being Mṛicch. x 56 (60) Kalyāṇam.
⋙ janmabhāṣā
○bhāṣā f. mother-tongue W.
⋙ janmabhūmi
○bhūmi f. id. Hariv. 5747 Pañcat. Prab. Rājat. Hit.
-bhūta mfn. become a native country Kād. iv,, 324
⋙ janmabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. possessing birth, enjoying life BhP. i, 18, 18 x, 84, 9
⋙ janmayoga
○yoga m. a horoscope W.
⋙ janmarāśi
○rāśi m. the zodiacal sign under which any one is born VarBṛ. xxiv, 6
○śy-adhipa. m. the regent of that zodiacal sign, Var Yogay. iv, 45 Sch.
⋙ janmarogin
○rogin mfn. sickly from birth W.
⋙ janmarkṣa
○rkṣa (ṛkṣa), n. = -bha Suśr. 1, 32, 1 VarBṛS. VarYogay. ix 1
⋙ janmalagna
○lagna n. = rāśi-v○) Pāṇ. 2-1, 19 Sch.
⋙ janmavat
○vat mfn. possessing birth, born, living Kād. iii, 654 (-tā f. abstr.)
⋙ janmavartman
○vartman n. = patha L.
⋙ janmavasudhā
○vasudhā f. = -bhū Rājat. iv, 147. [Page 411, Column 3]
⋙ janmavailakṣaṇya
○vailakṣaṇya n. acting in a manner unbecoming one's birth W.
⋙ janmaśayyā
○śayyā f. the bed on which any one is born MBh. vi, 5820
⋙ janmaśodhana
○śodhana n. discharging the obligation derived from birth W.
⋙ janmasamudra
○samudra m. N. of wk. on nativities
⋙ janmasāphalya
○sāphalya n. attainment of the object or end of existence Mn. xii, 93
⋙ janmasthāna
○sthāna n. -kṣetra W.
• = -bhū Pañcat. v, 6, 2/3 Vet.
• the womb W.
⋙ janmādhipa
janmâdhipa m. 'lord of birth', Siva
• = ○nma-pa VarBṛS. xxxiv, 11'
⋙ janmāntara
janmântara n. 'another birth or life', a former life MBh. iii, 2564 Kathās. xxiii, 49
• a future Īfe Pañcat. ii, 6, 42 Caurap. KapS. i, 7 Sch.
-gata mfn. regenerated Kathās. īc, 50
⋙ janmāntarita
janmântarita mfn. done in a former life RāmatUp. ii, 4, 26
⋙ janmāntariṇa
janmântariṇa mfn. one's own from a former birth Sāh. x, 96/97
⋙ janmāntarīya
janmântarīya mfn. = ○rita Rājat. vi, 85
⋙ janmāndha
janmândha mfn. = ○nuṣândha Bhpr. v, 3/4 (-tva n. abstr.)
⋙ janmāṣṭamī
janmâṣṭamī f. Kṛishṇa's birthday (the 8th day in the dark half of month Srāvaṇa or Bhādra), -tattva n. N. of Smṛitit. viii
nirṇaya m. N. of wk
-vrata n. N. of a vow described in a tale (which is said to be taken from VP.)
⋙ janmāspada
janmâspada n. = ○ma-kṣetra Hariv. 14653
⋙ janmeśa
janmêśa m. = ○ma-pa VarBṛ. xv, 3 VarYogay. iv, 12
⋙ janmodayarkṣa
janmôdaya-rkṣa n. = ○markṣa, 43
≫ janmaka
janmaka = ○man, only in comp
⋙ janmakanātha
○nātha m. = ○ma-pa, 45 Sch.
≫ janman
jánman n. birth, production (kṛta- mfn. 'planted' Kum.v, 60), origin (ifc., born from', e.g. śūdra., q.v.) RV. iii, 26, 7 ; vii, 33, 10 AV. VS. &c
• existence, life Mn. Bhag. iv, 5 Yogas. ii, 12 (dṛṣṭâdṛṣṭaj○, present and future life'), &c. (janma acc. ind. through the whole life HPariś. iv, 7)
• nativity VarBṛS. i, 10
• re-birth Sarvad. xi
• birthplace, home RV. ii, 9, 3 ; viii, 69, 3 ; x, 5, 7 AV. VS.
• a progenitor, father Śak. vii, 18
• natal star VarBṛS. iv, 28
• (in astrol.) N. of the 1st lunar mansion, civ
• a creature, being RV. TBr. ii AitBr. iv, 10
• people RV. ii, 26, 3 ; iii, 15, 2
• the people of a household, kind, race RV. (ubháyaj○, sg., du. and pl., 'both races', i.e. gods and men or [x, 37, 11] men and animals)
• nature, quality, i, 70, 2
• custom, manner (pratnéna jánmanā, according to ancient custom), i, 87, 5 ; ix, 3, 9 SV. (v. l. manm○ RV.) Hariv. 15718 (dūta-janmanā, 'like a messenger')
• water Naigh. i, 12
⋙ janmin
janmin m. a creature, man Pañcat. i, 1, 93 ; ii, 3, 19
≫ janya 1
janya mfn. (√jan Pāṇ. iii, 4, 68 ; iii, 1, 97 Pat.) born, produced Bhāshāp. 44 BrahmaP.
• ifc. born or arising or produced from, occasioned by Śiś. Bhāshāp. Tarkas. &c. ( f. abstr. Vedântas.
-tva n. id. KapS. Sch.)
• m. a father L.
• n. the body BhP. i, 9, 31
• a portent occurring at birth L.
≫ janya 2
jánya mfn. (fr. jána) belonging to a race or family or to the same country, national RV. ii, 37, 6 and 39, l ; x, 91, 2 SāṅkhŚr. xv, 13, 3
• belonging or relating to the people RV. iv, 55, 5 ; ix, 49, 2 TBr. i TāṇḍyaBr. ṢaḍvBr.
• m. the friend or companion of a bridegroom RV. iv, 38, 6 AV. xi, 8, I f. Gobh. ii, 1, 13 MBh. i, iii Kathās.
• a son-in-law Gal.
• a common man TS. vi, 1, 6, 6 TBr. i, 7, 8, 7
• N. of Śiva MBh. xiii, 1170
• v. l. for jānya, q.v
• m. n. rumour, report Pāṇ. 4-4, 97
• n. people, community, nation RV. ii ; x, 42, 6 AV. xiii, 4, 43 (oxyt.)
• pl. inimical races or men AitBr. viii, 26
• fighting, war, Gaut MBh. v, 3195 Ragh. iv, 77 Daś.
• a market L.
• (ā), f. (g. utkarâdi) a bridesmaid Pāṇ. 4-4, 82 Ragh. vi, 30
• the female friend of a mother L.
• a newly-married wife Campak. 163 f. and 211
• pleasure L.
• affection W.
⋙ janyayātrā
○yātrā f. bridal journey, Malatim. vi, 2 Campak.
≫ janyiya
janyiya mfn. fr. ○nyā g. utkarâdi
≫ janyu
janyu m. birth (?) Hariv. 7092 (vḷ.)
• a creature Uṇ.
• fire L.
• Brahmā L.
• vḷ. for jahnu, q.v
janduraka
janduraka a kind of mat or stuff Divyâv. i, 354
janma
janma ○nman, &c. See √jan
≫ janmejaya
janmejaya for janam-ej○ BhP. BrahmaP.
≫ janya
janya ○nyīya, ○nyu. See above
jap
jap cl. 1. jápati (rarely Ā. ŚāṅkhŚr. iii, 6, 4 MBh. iii, xiii
• pf. jajāpa ; 3ḍu. jepatur R. i
• inf. japitum MBh. xii, 7336
• ind. p. ○ptvā Mn. xi R. i
○pitvā Mn. xi Vet.) to utter in a low voice, whisper, mutter (esp. prayers or incantations) AitBr. ii, 38 ŚBr. Lāṭy. KātyŚr. Kauś. Mn. &c
• to pray to any one (acc.) in a low voice MBh. xiii, 750
• to invoke or call upon in a low voice BhP. iv, 7, 29 BhavP. i: Intens. jañjapyate, ○pīti (cf. Pāṇ. 7-4, 86 [Page 412, Column 1]
• p. pyámāna) to whisper repeatedly (implying blame, iii, 1, 24) ŚBr. xi, 5, 5, 10
≫ japa
jápa mfn. 'muttering, whispering', See karṇeku-
• m. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 61
• oxyt., g. uñchâdi) muttering prayers, repeating in a murmuring tone passages from scripture or charms or names of a deity, &c., muttered prayer or spell AitBr. ii, 38 ŚBr. ii ŚāṅkhŚr. Nir. &c
⋙ japatā
○tā f. the state of one who mutters prayers MBh. xiii, 1907 (japatām gen. pl. of japat Sch.)
⋙ japaparāyaṇa
○parāyaṇa mfn. devoted to muttering prayers W.
⋙ japamālā
○mālā f. a rosary used for counting muttered prayers
⋙ japayajña
○yajña m. muttering prayers as a religious sacrifice Mn. ii, 85 f. Yājñ. i, 101 Bhag. SkandaP.
⋙ japahoma
○homa m. sg. and pl. muttering prayers as a religious offering Mn. x, 111
• xi, 34 MBh. xii, 3756 VarBṛS. vli, 51 and 58
• (○maka) Rudray. ii, 8, 1
• m. du. a muttered prayer and an offering Śāktân. xii
≫ japana
japana n. muttering prayers MBh. xii, 7157
≫ japanīya
japanīya mfn. to be muttered Mn. ii, 79 Sch.
≫ japita
japita mfn. muttered MBh. xii, 7248
≫ japin
japin mfn. muttering prayers Yājñ. iii, 286
≫ japta
japta mfn. = ○pita MBh. v, 7047 Naish. xi, 26
• whispered over VarBṛS. iii, 72
≫ japtavya
japtavya mfn. to be muttered R. vii, 23, 4, 28 VarBṛS. vli, 72 BhP., iv, 24, 31
≫ japya
jápya mfn. id. ŚBr. x ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. xi, 143 VarBṛS.
• n. (once m. scil. mantra BhP. iv, 8, 53) a muttered prayer Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c
⋙ japyakarman
○karman n. = ○pana, -Āp. i, 15, 1
⋙ japyeśvaratirtha
japyêśvaratirtha n. N. of a Tirtha, VāsishṭhalP. iii
≫ japyaka
japyaka m. N. of a man Rājat. vii, 495
japā
japā f. (= javā) the China rose VarBṛS. xxviii, 14 BrahmaP. ii, 1, 7
⋙ japākusnmasaṃnibha
○kusnmasaṃnibha m. 'resembling the Japā-flower', the plant hiṅgūla Npr.
⋙ japākhyā
japâkhyā f. = ○pā L.
japila
japila N. of a locality W.
japta
japta ○ptavya, &c. See √jap
jabāru
jábāru n. = maṇḍala (cf. Nir. vi, 17 Sch.) RV. iv, 5, 7
jabālā
jabālā (cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 58 Pat.), N. of a woman ChUp. iv, 4, 1
jabh 1
jabh or jambh (cl. 1. jabhate or jambh○ Dhātup. x, 28
• aor Subj. jambhiṣat) to snap at (gen.) RV. x, 86, 4: Caus. jambháyati (p. ○yat) to crush, destroy RV. AV. VS. xvi, 5: Intens. jañjabhyáte (and ○bhīti Pāṇ. 7-4, 86
• p. bhyámāna [TS. ii, 5, 2, 4 Nyāyam. Jaim. Sch.], ○bhāna [Kauś. 114], ○bhat [ŚānkhŚr. iv, 20, 1]) opening the jaws wide, snapping at (implying blame Pāṇ. 3-1, 24), cf. abhi- and √jrimbh
≫ jabdhṛ
jabdhṛ mfn. snapping at, vii, I, 61, Sch'
≫ jabhya
jabhya m. 'snapper', a kind of animal destructive to grain AV. vi, 50, 2 (voc.)
• n. impers. the mouth is to be opened wide Pāṇ. 7-1, 61 Kāś.
≫ jambira
jambira m. See ○bīra
≫ jambira
jambira m. ( = ○mbhīra) = ○mbhin, the citron tree BhP. viii, 2, 1 3 SkandaP. &c
• = ○raka Suśr.
• n. a citron ib.
⋙ jambiranagara
○nagara n. N. of a town Siṃhâs.
≫ jambiraka
jambiraka m. a kind of Ocimum Suśr. i, 46
≫ jambha
jámbha m. a tooth, eye-tooth, tusk, (pl.) set of teeth, mouth, jaws RV. VS. xi, 79 (du.) ; xv, 15 AV. iii, 27, 1-6
• swallowing RV. i, 37, 5
• (○bhá) one who crushes or swallows (as a demon) AV. ii, 4, 2 ; viii, 1, 16 Kauś.
• (g. śivâdi) N. of several demons (conquered by Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa MBh. iii, v, vii Hariv.
• by Indra MBh.) MBh. i, 2105 ; iii, 16365 Hariv. 13227 BhP.viii, 10, 21
• a leader of the demons in the war against the gods under Indra MārkP. xviii, 16
• N. of a son (of Prahrāda Hariv. 12461
• of Hiraṇya-kaśipu, 12914)
• of the father-in-law of Hiraṇya-kaśipu BhP. vi, 18, 11
• of Sunda's father, R i, 27, 7
• Indra's thunderbolt Gal.
• a charm (?) MBh. v, 64, 20
• = ○bhin L.
• a quiver L.
• a part, portion L.
• (ā), f. (= jrimbhā) opening of the mouth L.
• (ī), f. N. of a goddess Kālac. iii, 132
• cf. ku-, tápur., tigmá-, tṛṣṭa-, viilú-
su-jámbha and antar-jambhá [cf. ? ?.]
⋙ jambhakuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa n. N. of a Tīrtha, KapSaṃsh. ix
⋙ jambhaga
○ga m. pl. N. of a class of demons (for ○bhaka?) PadmaP.
⋙ jambhaṃjambham
○ṃ-jambham ind so as to open the mouth wide (?) Pāṇ. 7-1, 61 Kāś.
⋙ jambhadviṣ
○dviṣ m. 'Jambha-enemy', Indra L.
⋙ jambhabhedin
○bhedin m. 'Jambhadestroyer', Indra Dhūrtan.
⋙ jambhasuta
○suta (jámbh○), mfn. pressed with the jaws, chewed RV. x, 80, 2
⋙ jambhāri
jambhâri m. = ○bha-dviṣ Naish. Kathās. xciii f
• thunderbolt L. [Page 412, Column 2]
• fire L.
-bhuja-stambhana n. paralysing Indra's arm (one of Śiva's heroic deeds) Bālar.
≫ jambhaka
jámbhaka mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 61 Kāś.) ifc. crushing, devouring R. i, 30, 9
• yawning (cf. jṛmbh○) W.
• m. a charm (?) MBh. v, 64, 16
• a demon or N. of a demon VS. xxx, 16
• N. of Gaṇeśa Kathās. Iv, 165
• of a demon (conquered by Kṛishṇa MBh. ii, 1111
• causing, diseases Hariv. 9557 AgP. xl, 19
• attendant of Siva L.)
• pl. N. of several evil spirits supposed to reside in various magical weapons R. (G) i, 31, 4 and 10
• (hence sg.) N. of a verse addressed to them, i, 31, 9
• = ○bhin L.
• (ā), f. = ○bhā L.
• (ikā), f. = ○bhī Kālac. iii, 165
≫ jambhan
jambhan ifc. (tṛṇa-, su-, soma-, harita-) = ○bha Pāṇ. 5-4, 125
≫ jambhanā 1
jámbhanā mf(ī)n. crushing, destroying, crusher AV. x, 4, 15 MBh. vi, 807
• m. Calotropis gigantea L.
• cf. kaṇva-, piśāca-, maśaka-, yātu-, and vyāghra-jámbh○
⋙ jambhara
jambhara m. = ○bhin L.
≫ jambhala
jambhala m. id. L.
• N. of a spirit Buddh.
• of a man ib.
• (ā), f. of a Rākshasi (by meditating on whom women become pregnant) ib.
⋙ jambhaladatta
○datta m. N. of the author of Vet.
≫ jambhalikā
jambhalikā f. a kind of song Vikr. iv, 2/3
≫ jambhin
jambhin m. the citron tree L.
≫ jambhīra
jambhīra m. = ○mbīra id. L.
• = ○mbīraha L. Sch.
⋙ jambhīranagara
○nagara v. l. for ○mbIr○
≫ jambhya
jámbhya m. an incisor (tooth), grinder VS. xi, 78 ŚBr. xi, 4, 1, 5
• pl. a jaw TPrāt. ii, 17
jabh 2
jabh or jambh, cl. 1. jabhati or jambh○ Ā. (cf. Vop.) jabhate (aor. ajambhiṣṭa), v l. for √yabh (cf. Dhātup. xxiii, 11) to know carnally BhP. iii, 20, 26 (inf. jabhitum vḷ. yabh○)
≫ jambhana 2
jambhana n. sexual intercourse Vop. (vḷ.)
jabhya
jabhya See √1. jabh
jam 1
jam jmā, jmás. See 2. kṣárm
jam 2
jam (derived fr. jamád-agni), cl. 1. jámati, to go Naigh. ii, 14 Nir. iii, 6
• to eat Dhātup. xiii, 28: Intens. p. jājamat consuming continually MBh. xiii, 4495
≫ jamat
jamát mfn. (derived fr. ○mád-agni) = jvalat Naigh. i, 17
⋙ jamana
jamana n. = jem○ L. Sch.
jamaja
jama-ja mfn. = yam○ L.
jamadagni
jamád-agni m. (cf. √2. jam) N. of a Ṛishi (descendant of Bhṛigu RAnukr.
• son of Bhārgava Ṛicīka and father of Paraśu-rāma MBh. &c
• often named together with Viśvā-mitra as an adversary of Vasishṭha) RV. VS. AV. &c
⋙ jamadagnitirtha
○tirtha n. N. of a Tīrtha RevāKh. cccxxvif
⋙ jamadagnidatta
○datta (○mád○), mfn. given by Jamadagni RV. iii, 53, 15
jamaśva
jama-śva m.= yam○ Kapishṭh.xxxii
jamālin
jamālin m. N. of Mahā-vira's son-in-law (founder of schism 1. of the jain church)
jampatī
jam-patī m. du. = dám-p○, wife and husband, g. rājadantâdi Pāṇ. 1-1, 11 Kāś.
jampāna
jampāna n. a sedan-chair Bharaṭ. xxv Jain. Sch.
jamba
jamba m. mud, clay Uṇ. Sch.
≫ jambāla
jambāla (m., n. L.), id. Pañcat. i, 13, 0/1 Kād. Bālar. Rājat. Pārśvan.
• Blyxa octandra ŚārṅgP. xxxii, 9
• m. Pandanus odoratissimus L.
≫ jambālinī
jambālinī f. 'muddy', a river L.
jambira
jambira ○bīra, &c. See √1. jabh
jambu
jambu ○bu f. the rose apple tree (Eugenia Jambolana or another species) Kauś. 8 MBh. &c
• the shrub nāga-damanī L.
• (○bu) n. the rose apple fruit Pāṇ. 4-3, 165
• m. or f. (?
• g. varaṇâdi) = -dviipa BhP. v, 1, 32
• N. of a fabulous river (flowing from the mountain Meru
• formed by the juice of the fruits of the immense Jambu tree on that mountain, cf. MBh. vi, 277 f.) BhP. v, 20, 2
• cf. āḍhaka-, kāka-, go-rakṣa-, mahā-
⋙ jambudvipa
○dvipa m. the central one of the 7 continents surrounding the mountain Meru (= India Buddh.
• named so either from the Jambu trees abounding in it, or from an enormous Jambu tree on Mount Meru visible like a standard to the whole continent) MBh. Hariv. &c
-prajñapti f.' (mythical) geography of Jambudviipa', N. of Upâṅga vi of the Jaina canon
-vara- locana m. N. of a Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. xxiii, 148 f
⋙ jambudhvaja
○dhvaja m. having the Jambu tree as its standard', = -dviipa, Lalit' iii, 265
• N. of a Nāga Buddh. L.
⋙ jambuparvata
○parvata m. = dviipa MBh. vi, 405. [Page 412, Column 3]
⋙ jambuprastha
○prastha m. N. of a village R. ii, 71, 11 (○mbU-p○, B)
⋙ jambumat
○mat m. rich in Jambu trees', a mountain W.
• a monkey W.
• (ti), f. an Apsaras W.
⋙ jambumālin
○mālin m. N. of a Rakshas, v f
⋙ jamburudra
○rudra m. N. of a Nāga SivaP.
⋙ jambuvanaja
○vana-ja n. 'growing in Jambu forests', the white flower of the China rose VāmP.
⋙ jambusara
○sara the town Jumbooseer (in Gurjara, between Cambay and Baroch)
⋙ jambvoṣṭha
jambv-oṣṭha n. = jāmbavoṣṭha Suśr. v, 8, 125
≫ jambū
jambū f. = ○bu, the rose apple tree MBh. &c
• m. = -svāmin Jain.
⋙ jambūkhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa mṇ. = ○bu-dviipa MBh. i, 337 ; vi, 226 and 401 -vinirmāṇa-parvan n. 'section on the extension of the Jambu-dvipa', N. of MBh. vi, chs. 1-6
⋙ jambūdvīpa
○dvīpa m.= ○bu-d○
-prajñapti f. = ○bu-d○
⋙ jambūnadī
○nadī f. (= jāmb○) N. of one of the 7 arms of the heavenly Gaṅgā, vi, 243
⋙ jambūprastha
○prastha See ○bu-p○
⋙ jambūmārga
○mārga m. n. 'way leading to the sacred Jambu on Meru', N. of a Tīrtha, iii, xiii Hariv. VP. ii, 13, 33
⋙ jambūsvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of the pupil of Mahā-vira's pupil Sudharman
jambuka
jambuka m. a jackal MBh. R. Pañcat. &c
• a low man Cāṇ.
• Eugenia Jambos L.
• a kind of Bignonia L.
• N. of Varuṇa L.
• of an attendant in Skanda's retinue MBh. ix, 2576
• of a Śūdra, xii, 153, 67 (śamb○, C)
• (ā), f. a female jackal Pañcat. iv, 8, 1
⋙ jambukeśa
jambukêśa n. N. of Linga LiṅgaP. i, 1, 3
⋙ jambukeśvaratīrtha
jambukêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha, RevāKh' xxiv
≫ jambūka
jambūka m. a jackal Hit. i, 3, 0/1 (vḷ.)
• a low man L.
• Varuṇa L.
• N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh. ix, 2578
• (ā), f. a grape without stones L.
• (ī), f. N. of a female attendant of Durgā W.
jambula
jambula m. a kind of disease of the outer ear Suśr. i, 16, 25 and 35
• = ○bu, Eugenia Jambolana L.
• Pandanus odoratissimus L.
≫ jambūla
jambūla m. Pandanus odoratissimus Hariv. 5371
• Eugenia Jambolana L.
• n. 'jests addressed to the bridegroom by his female relatives', See -mālikā
⋙ jambūlamālikā
○mālikā f. Jambūla garland', jesting compliments addressed to the bridegroom by his female relatives (cf. Sch
• 'brightness of countenance in a bride and bridegroom', Udvāhat.) Hariv. 10889
jambh 1
jambh and 2 See √1. and √2. jabh
⋙ jambha
jambha
⋙ jambhaka
jámbhaka
⋙ jambhan
jáḍmbhan See √1. jabh
⋙ jambhana
jambhana See √1. and √2. jabh
≫ jambhara
jambhara &c.,
⋙ jambhya
jámbhya See √1. jabh
jaya
jayá mfn. (√ji) ifc. conquering, winning, ṛtaṃ-, kṛtaṃ-, dhanaṃ-jayá, puraṃ-, śalruṃ-
• m. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 56 Kāś.) conquest, victory, triumph, winning, being victorious (in battle or in playing with dice or in a lawsuit) AV. vii, 50, 8 ŚBr. vi Mn. vii (indriyāṇāṃj○ victory over or restraint of the senses) and x MBh. &c
• cf. ātma-, prâṇa-, rug-
• m. pl. (parox.) N. of particular verses causing victory (personified as deities VāyuP. ii, 6, 4 ff.) MaitrS. i, 4, 14 TS. iii PārGṛ. i, 5 Nyāyam. iii, 4, 24
• m. sg. Premna spinosa or longifolia L.
• a yellow variety of Phaseolus Mungo L.
• N. of the 3rd year of the 6th lustrum of the Bṛihaspati cycle VarBṛS. viii, 38
• a kind of flute
• (in music) a kind of measure
• the sun MBh. iii, 154
• Arjuna (son of Pāṇḍu), 266, 7 and iv, 5, 35
• Indra L.
• N. of a Ṛishi (author of RV. x, 180
• son of Aṅgiras [RAnukr.] or of Indra
• living under the 10th Manu BhP.viii, 13, 22)
• of a spirit VarBṛSḷiii,. 48 Hcat. i, 9, 149 and 172
• of an attendant of Vishṇu BhP. iii, 16, 2
• of a Nāga MBh. v, 3632 ; ix, 2554
• of a Dānava Hariv. 13093
• of a son (of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, vii
• of Sṛinjaya Hariv. 1514
• of Suśruta VP. iv, 5, 12
• of Sruta BhP. ix, 13, 25
• of Saṃjaya, 17, 16
• of Saṃkṛiti, 18
• of Mañju, 21, 1
• of Yuyudhāna, 24, 13
• of Kaṅka, 43
• of Kṛishṇa, x, 61, 17
• of Vatsara by Svar-vithi, iv, 13, 12
• of Viśvāmitra Hariv. 1462 BhP. ix, 16, 36
• of Purūravas by Urvaśī, 15, 1 f.)
• of an ancient king (11th Cakravartin in Bhārata L.) MBh. ii, 326
• of a Pāṇḍava hero, vii, 6911
• of Yudhishṭhira at Virāṭa's court, iv, 176
• of Aśoka in a former birth Divyâv. xxvi, 336 f
• of a carpenter Rājat. iii, 351
• (ā), f. Sesbania aegyptiaca L.
• Premna spinosa or longifolia L.
• Terminalia Chebula L.
nīla-dūrvā L.
• for japā Kathās. lxvii, 32
• N. of a narcotic substance W.
• the 3rd or 8th or 13th day of either half-month Sūryapr.
• cf Hcat. i, 3, 360 and Nirṇayas. i, 391/392
• one of the 7 flag-sticks: of Indra's banner VarBṛS. xliii, 40
• N. of the saurā dharmāḥ BhavP. i
• of Durgā MBh. iv, vi Hariv. Kathās. liii, 170
• of a daughter of Daksha (wife of Śiva MatsyaP. xiii, 32 [Page 413, Column 1]
• tutelary deity of the Ārtabhāgas BrahmaP. ii, 18, 19) R. i, 23, 14
• of a Yoginī Hcat. ii, 1, 694 (v. l. layā)
• of a Śakti, i, 5, 200
• of a handmaid of Durgā (wife of Pushpa-danta Kathās. i, 52 ; vii, 107
• of Hariś-candra ŚivaP.)
• (= tārá) N. of a Buddh. deity L.
• of the mother of the 12th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇi L.
⋙ jayakarṇa
○karṇa m. N. of a prince Pañcad. iii, 1
⋙ jayakāṅkṣin
○kāṅkṣin mfn. desirous of victory W.
⋙ jayakārikā
○kārikā f. Mimosa pudica Npr.
⋙ jayakārin
○kārin mfn. gaining a victory W.
⋙ jayakīrti
○kīrti m. N. of a man
⋙ jayakuñjara
○kuñjara m. a victorious elephant (over rival elephants) Ratnâv. iv, 12
⋙ jayakrit
○krit m. causing victory VarBṛS.
⋙ jayakeśi
○keśi m. N. of a man
⋙ jayakolāhala
○kolāhala m.= -ghoṣa W.
• a kind of dice L.
⋙ jayakṣetra
○kṣetra n. N. of a locality RevāKh. cclxxxiii
⋙ jayagata
○gata mfn. conquering, victorious VarBṛS. xvii, 10
⋙ jayagarva
○garva m. pride of conquest W.
⋙ jayagupta
○gupta m. N. of a poet ŚārṅgP. cxxxvi, 8
• of a man Rājat. vi, 287
⋙ jayagovinda
○govinda m. N. of the author of an Inscr. (AḌ. 1668)
⋙ jayaghaṇṭā
○ghaṇṭā f. a kind of cymbal
⋙ jayaghoṣa
○ghoṣa m. a shout of victory Hcat.
• (ā), f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs. Concl
⋙ jayaghoṣaṇa
○ghoṣaṇa n. or = ○ṣa Ragh. xii, 72
⋙ jayaghoṣaṇā
○ghoṣaḍṇā f. = ○ṣa Ragh. xii, 72
⋙ jayacandra
○candra m. N. of the author of Gośṛiṅga-svayambhū-caitya-bhaṭṭārakôddeśa
• of a man Rājat. viii
• of a Gauḍa king W.
• of a king of Kānyakubja W.
⋙ jayacaryā
○caryā f. N. of wk. on omens by Nara-hari
⋙ jayaḍhakkā
○ḍhakkā f. a large drum of victory W.
⋙ jayatīrtha
○tīrtha m. N. of a commentator
-bhikṣu m. id
-yati m. id
⋙ jayatuṅga
○tuṅga m. N. of an author or work Nirṇayas. iii
○gôdaya m. N. of wk., SārṅgP. iiic, 8
⋙ jayada
○da mfn. = -kṛt VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. N. of the tutelary deity of Vāmadeva's family BrahmaP. ii, 18, 12
⋙ jayadatta
○datta m. N. of a king Kathās. xxi, 54
• of a minister of king Jayâpiḍa Rājat. iv, 511
• of the author of Aśva-vaidyaka ŚārṅgP. lxxix, &c
• of a Bodhisattva, Buddh' L.
• of a son of Indra L.
⋙ jayadurgā
○durgā f. a form of Durgā Tantras. ii Pheṭk. xiv
⋙ jayadeva
○deva m. N. of the authors of GIt. Prasannar., Candrâloka, and (the grammar) Ishat-tantra
⋙ jayadevaka
○devaka m. = ○va (author of Gīt.) Gīt. iii, 10
• n. N. of a Muhūrta
⋙ jayadruma
○druma m. Vanda Roxburghī Npr.
⋙ jayadhara
○dhara m. N. of Saṃkara's great-grandfather
⋙ jayadharman
○dharman m. N. of a Kaurava hero MBh. vii, 6852
⋙ jayadhvaja
○dhvaja m. a flag of victory
• N. of a son of Arjuna Kārtaviirya Hariv. 1893 VP. iv, 11, 5 BhP. ix, 23, 26 f. BṛNārP. xxxvii
○jāya Nom. ○jāyate, to represent a flag of victory Daś. i, 16
⋙ jayadhvani
○dhvani m. = -ghoṣa W.
⋙ jayanārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa m. N. of the author of the Bengali poem Kāśi-khaṇḍa
⋙ jayanīrājana
○nīrājana n. N. of a military ceremony, Vīrac. vii, 52
⋙ jayanṛsiṃha
○nṛ-siṃha m. a form of Vishṇu Rasik. xi, 12
⋙ jayapatākā
○patākā f. a flag of victory Bālar. vi, 52
• a small banner presented to a victorious fighter Lalit. xii, 103
⋙ jayapattra
○pattra n. record of victory (in a lawsuit) given to the victorious party Smṛitit. x, 12, 4 f
• a sign fastened on the forehead of a horse chosen for an Aśva-medha W.
⋙ jayaparājaya
○parājaya m. du. = ○yâjaya Yājñ. ii, 6 Sch.
• n. sg. id. Pañcat. Dhūrtas. ii, 8/9
⋙ jayapāla
○pāla m. 'victory-keeper', a king L.
• Brahmā L.
• Vishṇu L.
• Croton Jamalgota Bhpr. v, 3, 201
• N. of several kings
⋙ jayaputraka
○putraka m. a kind of dice L.
⋙ jayapura
○pura n. 'victory-town', N. of a fortress in Kaśmir Rājat. iv, vii
• of a town (and small state in Marwur) HPariś. ii, 166
⋙ jayaprasthāna
○prasthāna n. march to victory W.
⋙ jayapriya
○priya m. fond of victory', N. of a Pāṇḍava hero MBh. vii, 7011
• (ā), f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda, ix, 2630
⋙ jayabāhu
○bāhu m. N. of a man conversant with the 1st Aṅga or Aṅgas, Vardhamānac. i, 50
⋙ jayabhaṭa
○bhaṭa m. N. of a man
⋙ jayabherī
○bherī m. 'drum of victory', N. of a man Virac. xv, xxvi
⋙ jayamaṅgala
○maṅgala m. a royal elephant L.
• a remedy for fever
• (in music) a kind of measure
• N. of a Dhruvaka
• of an elephant Kathās. li, 194
• of a scholiast on Bhaṭṭ. (○lā f. N. of his Comm.)
• = -śabda Rājat.iv, 158
⋙ jayamati
○mati mṆ. of a Bodhi-sattva, Buddh' L.
⋙ jayamatī
○matī- f. (fr. -mat = -vat) N. of several women, vii f. Śatr.
⋙ jayamalla
○malla m. 'victorious fighter', a subduer of (in comp.) Veṇis. vi, 16/17
⋙ jayamādhava
○mādhava m. N. of a poet ŚārṅgP.
⋙ jayayajña
○yajña m. 'victory-sacrifice', the Aśva-medha W.
⋙ jayaratha
○ratha m. N. of a commentator (author of Alaṃkāra-vimarśinī)
⋙ jayarāja
○rāja m. N. of several men Rājat. vii f
⋙ jayarāta
○rāta m. N. of a Kaurava hero MBh. vii, 6710
⋙ jayarāma
○rāma m. N. of the author of Nyāya-siddhânta-mālā
• of several other men
⋙ jayalakṣmi
○lakṣmi- f. goddess of victory, victory Rājat. v, 245
• N. of a woman, vii, 124
• of a work
⋙ jayalekha
○lekha m. victory-record Gīt. viii, 4
⋙ jayavat
○vat mfn. victorious HPariś. i, 317
• (), f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs. Concl. [Page 413, Column 2]
⋙ jayavana
○vana n. N. of a locality Vcar. xviii, 70
⋙ jayavardhana
○vardhana m. N. of a poet, SārṅgP. lī, 1
⋙ jayavarman
○varman m. N. of a man Ratnâv. iv, 6/7 ○ma-deva m. N. of a king
⋙ jayavaha
○vaha mfn. conferring victory W.
⋙ jayavādya
○vādya n. any instrument sounded to proclaim victory W.
⋙ jayavārāhatīrtha
○vārāha-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha RevāKh. ccxviii
⋙ jayavāhana
○vāhana m. N. of a Samādhi Kāraṇḍ. xvii, 26
⋙ jayavāhini
○vāhini f. 'conferring victory', N. of Indra's wife L.
⋙ jayasaṅkha
○saṅkha m. a conch sounded to proclaim victory Daś. i, 17
⋙ jayaśabda
○śabda m. a cheer of victory, exclamation, 'jaya' repeated Śak. VarBṛS. BhP. viii
⋙ jayaśarman
○śarman m. N. of an author Smṛitit. xxx
⋙ jayasīla
○sīla mfn. = -vat W.
⋙ jayaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga n. a horn blown to proclaim victory W.
⋙ jayaśekhara
○śekhara m. N. of a prince, Siṃhâs' xiv, 4/5 (ā), f. N. of a Mūrchanā Gal.
⋙ jayaśrī
○śrī f. goddess of victory, victory Rājat. ii, 64
• (in music) N. of a measure
• of a Nāga virgin Kāraṇḍ. i, 42
• of a woman HPariś. ii, 83
• m. a sword Gal.
• N. of a Buddh. scholar Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ jayasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a Kaśmir king Rājat. viii
• of a man, v, 225
• of a son of Rāma-siṃha (1600 AḌ.)
• of several other men
-deva m. king Jaya-siṃha Kshitîś. vii, 330
⋙ jayasena
○sena m. (= jayat-s○) N. of a Magadha king MBh. ii, 121
• of a son (of Adina or Ahīna BhP. ix, 17, 17
• of Sārvabhauma, 22, 10 VP. iv, 20, 3
• of Mahêndra-varman Kathās. xi, 33 ff.)
• of the father of the Āvantyau BhP. ix, 24, 38
• of a Buddhist
• (ā), f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs. Concl
• of a female door-keeper Mālav.
• of another woman HPariś. ii, 82
⋙ jayaskandha
○skandha m. N. of a minister of king Yudhi-shṭhira Rājat. iii, 380
⋙ jayastambha
○stambha m. column of victory Ragh. iv, 59 Kathās. xix Rājat. iii, 479
• a trophy W.
⋙ jayasthala
○sthala N. of a village, v, 121
⋙ jayasvāmin
○svāmin m. 'victory-lord', Siva (?), iii, 350
• N. of a scholiast on Chandoga-sūtra and Āśvalāyana-brāhmaṇa KātyŚr. x, 7, 2 Sch. Smṛitit. i
○mi-pura n. N. of a town founded by Jushka Rājat. i, 169
-virocana, N. of a sanctuary, v, 448
⋙ jayākara
jayâkara m. 'mine of victory', N. of a man, vii, 125
⋙ jayājaya
jayâjaya m. du. victory and defeat Bhag. ii, 38
• n. sg. id. VarYogay. vi, 29
⋙ jayātmaja
jayâtmaja m. 'Jaya's (Arjuna's) son', Abhimanyu MBh. iii, 10270
⋙ jayāditya
jayâditya m. N. of a king (Vāmana's fellow-author of Kāś.) Mn. i, 6/7 ; iii, 119/120
⋙ jayānanda
jayânanda m. N. of a man Rājat. vii
-vāra m. id. viii, 3025
⋙ jayānīka
jayânīka m. N. of a Pāṇḍava hero MBh. vii, 6911 i and 7011,
⋙ jayāntarāya
jayântarāya m. victory-hindrance W.
⋙ jayāpīḍa
jayâpīḍa m. N. of a king Rājat. iv, 402
⋙ jayārava
jayârava m.= ○ya-gkoṣa W.
⋙ jayārṇava
jayârṇava m. N. of wk. Nirṇayas. iii, 164ff
⋙ jayāvaghoṣa
jayâvaghoṣa m. = ○yârava VarBṛS. xix, 18
⋙ jayāvaha
jayâvaha mfn. = ○ya-v○ R. i, 23, 13
• m. a kind of pavilion Vāstuv.
• (ā), f. a kind of Croton L.
⋙ jayāeśis
jayâêśis f. cheer of victory MBh. iii, 1477 Hariv. 3784 R. Kum. vii, 47
• a prayer for victory W.
⋙ jayāśrayā
jayâśrayā f. a kind of grass L. (vḷ. jalâś○)
⋙ jayāśva
jayâśva mṆ. of a Pāṇḍava hero MBh. vii, 7012
⋙ jayāhvā
jayâhvā f. = ○yâvahā L.
⋙ jayendra
jayêndra m. N. of a Kaśmir king Rājat. ii, 63
• of a man, iii, 115 f. and 355
-vihāra m. N. of a Vihāra built by the latter, v, 427 ; vi, 171
-senā f. N. of a woman Kathās. lxvii, 23
⋙ jayeśvara
jayêśvara m. a form of Siva, KūrmaP. ii N. of a sanctuary built by Jayā-devi Rājat. iv, 680
⋙ jayoddhura
jayôddhura mfn. exulting in victory W.
⋙ jayollāsanidhi
jayôllāsa-nidhi m. N. of wk
≫ jayaka
jayaka mfn. victorious, g. ākarṣâdi
• m. N. of a man, viii, 685
≫ jayat
jáyat mfn. pr. p. √ji, q.v
⋙ jayatsena
○sena m. (○ya-s○), having victorious armies', N. of a Magadha king MBh. i, v, ix Hariv. 6725
• of a son (of Sārvabhauma MBh. i, 3769
• of Nadina Hariv. 1516 VP. iv, 9, 8 VāyuP.)
• a N. assumed by a Pāṇḍu prince at Virāṭa's court MBh. iv, 176
• (ā), f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda, ix, 2624
≫ jayati
jayati m. the √ji Pāṇ. 1-4, 26, Kāś'
≫ jayad
jayad in comp. for ○yat
⋙ jayadbala
○bala m. 'of victorious power', a N. assumed by a Pāṇḍu prince at Virāṭa's court MBh. iv, 176
⋙ jayadratha
○ratha m. 'having victorious chariots', N. of a Sindhu-Sauvira king fighting on the Kaurava's side, i, iii, v, vii Bhag. Hariv.
• of a son (of Bṛihan-manas Hariv. 1703 and 1707 BhP.ix, 23, 11
• of Bṛihat-kāya, 21, 22
• of Bṛihat-karman VP.
• of the 10th Manu Hariv.475)
≫ jayana
jayana mf(ī)n. victorious Caṇḍ. iv, 29
• n. conquering, subduing L.
• armour for cavalry or elephants &c. L.
• (ī), f. (= ○yanti) N. of a daughter of Indra L.
⋙ jayanayuj
○yuj mfn. caparisoned (a war horse) W.
≫ jayanta
jayanta mf(ī)n. victorious Śiś. vi, 69
• m. the moon L.
• N. of a Dhruvaka
• Śiva L. SkandaP. Gal.
• N. of a son of Indra
Hariv. Śak. Ragh. VarBṛS. BhP.vi, 18, 6 VāyuP.ī, 7, 24 [Page 413, Column 3]
• of a Rudra MBh. xii, 7586
• of a son of Dharma (= upêndra) BhP. vi, 6, 8
• of A-krūra's father MatsyaP. vl, 26
• of a Gandharva (Vikramâditya's father) W.
• of Bhima-sena at Virāṭa's court MBh. iv, 176
• of a minister of Daśaratha R. i, 7, 3 ; ii, 68, 5
• of a Gauḍa king Rājat. iv, 420 and 455 ff
• of a Kaśmīr Brāhman, iii, 366 ff
• of a writer on grammar
• of a mountain Hariv. 9736
• pl. a subdivision of the Anuttara deities Jain.
• n. N. of a town VāyuP. ii, 27, 2
• (i), f. a flag L.
• Sesbania aegyptiaca L.
• barley planted at the commencement of the Daśa-harā and gathered at its close W.
• Kṛishṇa's birthnight (the 8th of the dark half of Śrāvaṇa, the asterism Rohiṇī rising at midnight Tithyād.) Hariv. 3320
• the 9th night of the Karma-māsa Sūryapr.
• the 12th night of month Punar-vasu Nirṇayas. i, 391/392
• Durgā, Dākshāyaṇī (in Hastinā-pura MatsyaP. xiii, 28
• tutelary deity of the Vasûdrekas BrahmaP. ii, 18, 21)
• N. of a daughter of Indra L.
• of Ṛishabha's wife (received from Indra) BhP. v, 4, 8 MatsyaP. vl, 26
• of a Yoginī Hcat. ii, 1, 741
• of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs. Concl
• of a river MBh. iii, 5089
• of a country Rājat. viii, 655
• of a town Virac. ix
⋙ jayantasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of the author of a treatise on Vedic accent
≫ jayantī
jayantī f. of ○ta, q.v
⋙ jayantīpura
○pura n. N. of a town Rāghav. i, 25
⋙ jayantīsaptamī
○saptamī f. the 7th day in the bright half of Māgha W.
≫ jayā
jayā f. of ○ya, q.v
⋙ jayādevī
○devī f. N. of a Buddh. deity (= jayā) Rājat. iv, 506
• of a woman, 676 and 680
⋙ jayābhaṭṭārikā
○bhaṭṭārikā f. N. of a locality, vi, 243
⋙ jayāvatī
○vatī f. (○ya-v○) N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs. Concl
• of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2622
⋙ jayāsiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a man Rājat. vii, 58
≫ jayāyya
jayāyya mfn. fr. √ji Vop. xxvi, 164
≫ jayiṭri
jayiṭri mf(trī)n. victorious MBh. xii, 3753
≫ jayin
jayin mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 157) conquering, conqueror (chiefly ifc.) MBh. 3459 Hariv. R. BhP.
• victorious (in battle MBh. Ragh. VarBṛS. BhP.
• in a lawsuit Yājñ. ii
• in planetary opposition Sūryas. vii, 21ff
• in playing at dice Kathās. cxxi
• in sport BhP. x)
• ifc. removing Bālar.
• = ○ya-kṛt Pañcat.
≫ jayiṣṇu
jayiṣṇu mfn. victorious MBh. vii, 1480
≫ jayus
jayús mfn. id. RV. i, 117, 16 ; vi, 62, 7
• x
≫ jayya
jáyya mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 81) to be conquered or gained ŚBr. i, 6, 2, 3
• xi, 2, 7, 9 ; xiv, 4, 3, 24
jara
jára mfn. (√1. jṝ), becoming old', a-jára, ahar-jaram
• cf. go-jara
• m. the act of wearing out, wasting RV. i, 164, 11 ; 11, 34, 10
• 1. (ā́ f. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 104) the act of becoming old, old age RV. i, 140, 8 ; v, 41, 17 AV. &c. (personified as a daughter of Death VP. i, 7, 31)
• digestion Car. iii, l and 3
• vi Suśr. vi, 46, 10
• decrepitude W.
• a kind of date-tree L.
• N. of a Rākshasi (cf. ○rā-saṃdha) MBh. ii, vii Hariv. 1810 BhP. ix, 22, 8
• cf. vi-jará
⋙ jaradviṣ
○dvíṣ See ○rad-víṣ
≫ jaraka
jaraka n. (= ○raṇa) Asa foetida Npr.
≫ jaraṭha
jaraṭha mfn. old Bhartṛ. (Śāntiś. iv, 17) BhP. vi, ix, xi Rājat. ii, 170
• bent, drooping W.
• for jaṭhara, hard, solid Sāh. iv, 9 a/5
• harsh, cruel W.
• strong, violent, Hcar' ii, 24 Vcar. xi f
• yellowish (old leaves' colour) L.
• m. old age L.
≫ jaraṭhita
jaraṭhita mfn. become violent Bālar. v, 25
≫ jaraṇa
jaraṇá mfn. old, decayed RV. iv, 33, 3 ; x, 40, 3
• solvent, promoting digestion Suśr. i, 42 and 45
• m. n. cumin-seed L.
• Nigella indica L.
• Asa foetida L.
• a kind of salt L.
• m. = ○rṇu Gal.
• Cassia Sophora L.
• n. the becoming old W.
• decomposition Sarvad.iii, 225 221.)
• digestion Car. iii, 4 and 17
• one of the 10 ways in which an eclipse is supposed to end VarBṛS. v
• Costus speciosus or arabicus L.
• 1. (ā́), f. old age RV. vii, 30, 4 ; x, 37 and 39
• Nigella indica L.
⋙ jaraṇadruma
○druma m. Vatica robusta L.
≫ jaraṇā 2
jaráṇā f. dry wood(?) RV. i, 141, 7
• ?, 121, 6
≫ jaraṇḍa
jaraṇḍa mfn. decayed, old L.
≫ jaraṇyā
jaraṇyā́ f. decrepitude, 119, 7
≫ jarat
járat mf(atī)n. (pr. p. √1 jṝ Pāṇ. 3-2, 104) old, ancient, infirm, decayed, dry (as herbs), no longer frequented (as temples) or in use RV. AV. &c. (often in comp. [Pāṇ. 2-1, 49] Kauś. ĀśvGṛ.iv, 2 MBh. &c.)
• former, Acf. Prāt. iv, 53 Sāh.
• m]. ?, an old man Śak. (vḷ.) VarBṛS. lxxv
⋙ jaratkakṣa
○kakṣá m. old brambles TBr. iii, 3, 2, 4 TāṇḍyaBr. xvii, 7, 2
⋙ jaratkarṇa
○karṇa m. 'old-ear', N. of Sarpa Airāvata (author of RV. x, 76)
⋙ jaratkāra
○kāra m. N. of a man BrahmaP. ii, 12 ; 18, 19
⋙ jaratkāru
○kāru m. (g. śivâdi) N. of a Ṛishi of Yāyāvara's family MBh. BrahmaP. ii, 1 and 43
• f. his wife (sister of the Nāga Vāsuki) MBh. BrahmavP. ii, 42 [Page 414, Column 1]
-priyā f. Jaratkāru's wife (exercising power over serpents) ib.
○rv-āśrama m. 'Jarat-kāru's hermitage', N. of a locality Bhpr. v, 21, 16
⋙ jaratpittaśūla
○pitta-śūla n. a form of colic SārṅgS. vii, 43
≫ jaratikā
jaratikā f. an old woman Daś. vii, 314
≫ jaratin
jaratin m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi
≫ jarad
jarad in comp. for ○rat. =
⋙ jaradaṣṭi
○aṣṭi (○rád-), mfn. attaining great age, very old RV. x, 85, 36 AV. VS. xxxiv, 52 ĀśvGṛ. PārGṛ.
• f. longevity RV. vii, 37, 7 AV. viii, 2, 1
⋙ jaradgava
○gava m. (= go-jara) an old bull or ox, Ved. (cf. Jaim. i, 3, 31 Sch.) Bṛih. on RV. x, 102, 1 MBh. xiii, 4463 Pañcat.
• N. of a vulture Hit. i, 3, 1 and 4, 0/1
• (ī), f. an old cow W.
○va-viithi f. 'bull's course', the moon's path in the asterisms Viśākhā, Anurādhā, and Jyeshṭhā VarBṛS. ix, 1
⋙ jaraddāsa
○dāsa m. an old servant AśvGṛ. iv, 2, 18
⋙ jaradyoṣā
○yoṣā f. = ○ratikā W.
⋙ jaradviṣ
○víṣ mfn. consuming dry wood (Agni) RV. v, 8, 2 [○ra-dv○, 'hating decrepitude' Gmn.]
⋙ jaradvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. an old tree Pāṇ. 4-3, 156 Vārtt. 3 Pat.
≫ jaranta
jaranta m. an old man L.
• a buffalo Uṇ. Sch.
≫ jarantaka
jarantáka m. a father-in-law Gal.
≫ jarayitṛ
jarayitṛ mfn. 'consumer', See jāra
≫ jarayu
jarayu mfn. 'becoming old', See a-
≫ jaras
jarás f. (only before vowel-terminations Pāṇ. ?, vii, 2, 101
• other cases fr. ○rā́ s.v. jára) the becoming old, decay, old age RV. AV. ŚBr. &c
• m. N. of a son of Vasu-deva by Turī Hariv. 9203
• of a hunter who wounded Kṛishṇa MBh. xvi, 126 ff. VP. v, 37, 13 and 62
• [cf.?]
⋙ jarasa
jarasa ifc. = ○rás (g. śarad-ādi), ā-jarasám, ○sā́ya
• cf. viitajanma-
⋙ jarasāna
jarasāna m. (Ved. aor. p.) a man Uṇ.
≫ jarā 1
jarā́ f. old age, See s.v jára
⋙ jarākāsa
○kāsa m. cough caused by old age Bhpr. vii, 24, 15
⋙ jarātura
○"ṣtura (○rât○), mfn. decrepit from age L.
⋙ jarādharma
○dharma m. pl. the laws of old age or decay Divyâv. xiii, 388
⋙ jarānvita
○"ṣnvita (○rân○), mfn. = -vat VarBṛS. lxxvi, 3
⋙ jarāpariṇata
○pariṇata mfn. bent down with age W.
⋙ jarāpuṣṭa
○puṣṭa m. 'fostered by Jarā, Jarā-saṃdha L.
⋙ jarābhibhūta
○"ṣbhibhūta (○râbh○), mfn. = ○râtura MBh. i, 3161
⋙ jarābhīta
○bhīta m. 'afraid of old age', the god of love Gal.
⋙ jarābhīru
○bhīru m. id. L.
⋙ jarāmṛtyu
○mṛtyu (○rā́-), mfn. dying from age AV. ii, xix
• m. sg. old age and death MuṇḍUp. i, 2, 7
• du. id., g. kārta-kaujapâdi
⋙ jarālakṣman
○lakṣman n. 'age-sign, grey hair Npr.
⋙ jarāvat
○vat mfn. aged Hariv. 1621
⋙ jarāvasthā
○"ṣvasthā (○râv○), f. state of old age, decrepitude W.
⋙ jarāsaṃdha
○saṃdha m. (born in halves, but) united by (the Rākshasi) Jarā', N. of a king of Magadha and Cedi (son of Bṛihad-ratha, father-in-law to Kaṃsa, and enemy of Kṛishṇa
• slain in single combat by Bhīma
• identified with the Dānava Vipracitti MBh. i, 2640) i f
• vii Hariv. 1810 BhP.
• N. of a son of Dhṛitarāshṭra MBh. i, 4548
-jit m. 'Jarāsaṃdha-slayer', Bhīma L.
-pura n. 'Jarāsaṃdha's town', Gayā Gal.
≫ jarāyaṇi
jarāyaṇi m. metron' of ○rā-saṃdha L.
≫ jarāyu
jarā́yu mfn. withering, dying away (?) RV. x, 106, 6
• n. the cast-off skin of a serpent, ? pas AV. i, 27, 1
• a perishable covering VS. xvii, 5
• (also mf. L.) the outer skin of the embryo (opposed to úlba), after-birth RV. v, 78, 8 AV. VS. &c. (indrāṇyā ulba-jarāyuṇī, 'amnion and chorion of Indrāṇi', N. of two Sāmans)
• m. froth originating from submarine fire L.
• = jaṭāyu L.: f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Śkanda MBh. ix, 2637
• cf. jyótir- nír-
⋙ jarāyuja
○já mfn. viviparous AV. l, 12, 1 Mn. i, 43 MBh. xiv Suśr. BhP.
≫ jarāyuka
jarāyuka n. secundines SāmavBr. ii, 6, 10
≫ jarita
jarita mfn. (p.p. Caus.) old, decayed Hariv. 15988 R. ii f
• (ā), f. N. of a Śārṅgikā bird (mother of 4 sons at once by the Ṛishi Manda-pāla in the form of a Śārṅgaka
• cf. jaritṛ́ at end) MBh. i, 8346 ff. and 8379 ff
⋙ jaritāri
jaritâri m. Manḍ-pāla's eldest son by Jaritā, 8372 and 8403 ff
≫ jarin
jarin mfn. = ○rā-vat L.
⋙ jariman
jarimán m. old age, decrepitude, death from age RV. AV. TS. i, 8, 10
≫ jariṣṇu
jariṣṇu mfn. decaying RV. x, 151, kh
≫ jarūtha
járūtha m. making old (?, cf. ○ra-dvíṣ)', N. of a demon conquered by Agni RV. vii, 1, 7 and 9, 6 ; x, 80, 3 Nir.vi, 17
• n. flesh Uṇ. Sch.
• skinniness W.
≫ jarjara
jarjara mfn. infirm, decrepit, decayed, torn or broken in pieces, perforated, hurt MBh. R. &c
• divided (a realm) MBh. xii Rājat. Prab.
• dull, hollow (sound) VarBṛS. VarYogay. viii, 12 Kād. Kathās. xxv, 66
• m. = ○raka Car. vi, 25, 235 Kathās. lxi, 96
• an old man L.
• n. Indra's banner L.
• Blyxa octandra ('benzoin' W.) L.
• (ā), f. an old woman Gal.
⋙ jarjaratva
○tva n. the being decayed Mṛicch. iv, 20/21. [Page 414, Column 2]
⋙ jarjarānanā
jarjarânanā f. 'old-faced', N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2637
≫ jarjaraka
jarjaraka m. a broken bamboo Kathās. lxi
≫ jarjarita
jarjarita mfn. become decrepit or decayed, torn in pieces, worn out MBh. iii, 10353 Suśr. &c
≫ jarjarī
jarjarī ind. for ○ra. root
⋙ jarjarīkṛ
○kṛ to break into pieces R. vi, 83, 54
⋙ jarjarīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. torn to pieces, split, worn MBh.
⋙ jarjarībhūta
○bhūta mfn. id., iii, 434 Vet.
≫ jarjarīka
jarjarīka mfn. decayed L.
• ragged L.
≫ jarṇa
jarṇa mfn. decayed L.
• m. = ○ṇu L.
• a tree L.
≫ jarṇu
jarṇu m. 'waning', the moon L.
jaraṭī
jaraṭī f. = ○raḍī L.
≫ jaraḍī
jaraḍī f. a kind of grass L.
jaraṇiprā
jaraṇi-prā́ mfn. (√3. jṝ) moving with noise (? increasing the praiser's wealth' Sāy.) RV. x, 100
⋙ jaraṇyu
jaraṇyú mfn. invoking aloud, 61, 23
≫ jaramāna
jaramāna m. N. of a man, g. gargâdi
≫ jarā 2
jarā́ f. invocation, praise (stuti Nir. x, 8) RV. i, 38, 13 ; x, 32, 5
⋙ jarābodha
○bodha mfn. (cf. Nir. x, 8) attending to invocation or praise RV. i, 27, 10 (voc.)
⋙ jarābodhīya
○"ṣbodhīya n. N. of several Sāmans TāṇḍyaBr.
≫ jaritṛ
jaritṛ́ m. an invoker, praiser RV. AV. v, 11, 8 ; xx, 135, 1 f. ĀśvŚr. viii, 3
• N. of the author of RV. x, 142, 1 f. (with the patr. Śārṅga
• cf. ○ta)
jarāyu
jarā́yu ○yuka, See col' 1
≫ jarita
jarita &c.,
⋙ jarūtha
járūtha See ib.
jarc
jarc (= √jarts), cl. 1. ○cati, to speak Dhātup. xxviii, 1 7
• to abuse ib.
• to threaten ib.
jarch
jarch cl. 1, vḷ. for √jarc
jarj
jarj cl. 1, vḷ. for √jarc
jarjara
jarjara ○raka, &c. See p. 413, col. 3
jarjalpa
jarjalpa See nír-
jarjh
jarjh cl. i, vḷ. for √jarc
jarṇa
jarṇa ○rṇu, See above'
jarta
jarta m.= ○tu L.
jartika
jartika m. pl. N. of a people (bāhīka) MBh. viii, 2033 (vḷ. jārt○)
jartila
jar-tíla m. wild sesamum TS. v, 4, 3, 2 ŚBr. ix, 1, 1, 3 KātyŚr. xviii, 1, 1
⋙ jartilayavāgū
○yavāgū f. juice of wild sesamum, TS v, 4, 3, 2
jartu
jartu m. the vulva Uṇ. v, 46 Sch.
• an elephant ib.
jarts
jarts cl. 1. ○tsati = √jarc Dhātup. xvii, 66
• to protect Vop.
jarbhari
jarbhári mfn. (√bhṛ, Intens
• redupl. like in pf.) supporting (cf. Nir. xiii, 5) RV. x, 106, 6
jarbhurat
járbhurat ○rāṇa, See √bhur
jarya
jarya See a-jaryá
jarvara
jarvara m. N. of a Nāga priest, TāṇḍvaBr. xxv, 15, 3
jarhila
jarhila m. = ○rtīla L.
jal
jal cl. 1. ○lati (pf. jajāla Pāṇ. 8-4, 54 Sch.), to be rich' or, to cover' (derived fr. jāla?) Dhātup. xx, 3
• to be sharp ib.
• to be stiff or dull (for jaḍ, derived fr. jaḍa) ib.: cl. 10. jālayati, to cover, xxxii, 10
jala 1
jalá mfn. = jaḍa (cf. √jal), stupid (cf. ○lâdkipa, ○lâśaya) ŚārṅgP. xxi (vḷ.)
• m. (g. jvalâdi) a stupid man Śiś. v, 37
• N. of a man (with the patr. Jātūkarṇya) ŚāṅkhŚr. xvi, 29, 6
• n. (also pl.) water, any fluid Naigh.i, 12 Yājñ.i, 17 MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā)
• a kind of Andropogon Bhpr. vii, 10, 52 & 78 ; 28, 18
• the 4th mansion (in astrol.) VarYogay. iv, 26
• a cow's embryo (go-kalaka or ○lana) L.
• (= jaḍa) frigidity (moral or mental or physical) W.
• (ā), f. N. of a river MBh. iii, 10556
⋙ jalakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. water-thorn', = -kubjaka L.
• a crocodile L.
⋙ jalakapi
○kapi m. 'water-monkey', Delphinus gangeticus, Vāsav. 726
⋙ jalakapota
○kapota m. 'waterpigeon', N. of a bird L.
⋙ jalakara
○kara mfn. making or pouring forth water W.
• m. tax derived from water (i.e. from fisheries &c.) W.
⋙ jalakaraṅka
○karaṅka m. a conch L.
• a cocoa-nut L.
• a lotus-flower L.
• a cloud L.
• a wave L.
⋙ jalakalka
○kalka m. water-sediment', mud L.
⋙ jalakalmaṣa
○kalmaṣa m. a poisonous fluid BhP. viii, 7, 43'
⋙ jalakāka
○kāka m. 'water-crow', the diver bird L.
⋙ jalakāṅkṣa
○kāṅkṣa m. 'desiring water', an elephant L. [Page 414, Column 3]
⋙ jalakāṅkṣin
○kāṅkṣin m. id. L.
⋙ jalakānta
○kānta m. 'water-lover', wind L.
• = ○ntâśman Uttamac. 35 ; 181 ; 230
○ntâśman m. a kind of precious stone, 40
⋙ jalakāntāra
○kāntāra m. 'whose path is water', Varuṇa L.
⋙ jalakāmukā
○kāmukā f. 'fond of water', the plant kuṭumbinī L.
⋙ jalakirāṭa
○kirāṭa m. a shark L.
⋙ jalakukkuṭa
○kukkuṭa m. a water-fowl MBh. iii, 9926 and 11579 R. iv Vet. i, 3
• (ī), f. the black-headed gull L.
⋙ jalakukkubha
○kukkubha m. the aquatic bird Parra jacana or goensis L.
⋙ jalakuntala
○kuntala m. water-hair', Blyxa octandra L.
⋙ jalakubjaka
○kubjaka m. Trapa bispinosa L.
⋙ jalakumāraka
○kumāraka m. N. of a disease of women
⋙ jalakumbha
○kumbha m. a water-jar Pañcat. v, 2, 3/4
⋙ jalakumbhikā
○kumbhikā f. a jar filled with water Kathās. vi, 41
⋙ jalakūpi
○kūpi f. a spring, well L.
• a pond L.
• a whirlpool W.
⋙ jalakūrma
○kūrma m. the Gangetic porpoise L.
⋙ jalakṛt
○kṛt mfn. causing rain VarBṛS. iii, xxxvii
⋙ jalaketu
○ketu m. N. of a comet, xi, 46
⋙ jalakeli
○keli m. f. frolicking in water, splashing one another Kathās. xxvi, lxvii
-varṇana n. N. of Hari-nātha's Rāma-vilāsa-kāvya iii
⋙ jalakeśa
○keśa m. = -kuntala L.
⋙ jalakriyā
○kriyā f. presenting water to deceased relatives R. i f. BhP. vi, 16, 16
⋙ jalakriḍā
○kríḍā f. = -keli MBh. i, iii Hariv. 7120 Pañcat. BhP. v
⋙ jalakṣālanavidhi
○kṣālana-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ jalakhaga
○khaga m. an aquatic bird VarBṛS. iii, 8
⋙ jalagandhebha
○gandhêbha m. scented water-elephant', a kind of mythic animal Rājat. v, 107
⋙ jalagambu
○gambu m. N. of a son of Sūrya BhavP. i
⋙ jalagarbha
○garbha m. N. of a son of -vāhana (Ananda in a former birth) Suvarṇapr. xvii f
⋙ jalagulma
○gulma m. a turtle L.
-catvara L.
• a whirlpool L.
⋙ jalagriha
○griha n. a house built in or near water Uṇ. iv, 107 Sch.
⋙ jalaghaṭi
○ghaṭi f. = -kumbha Bhpr.vii, 16, 24
⋙ jalamga
○m-ga m. the colocynth L.
⋙ jalamgama
○m-gama v. l. for janaṃ-g○ L. Sch.
⋙ jalacakra
○cakra n. N. of a mythic region Virac. xxiv'
⋙ jalacañcala
○cañcala m. watermoving', N. of a fish W.
⋙ jalacatvara
○catvara n. a square tank L.
⋙ jalacandra
○candra m. N. of a poet Sadukt. iv, 273
⋙ jalacara
○cara m. 'water-goer', an aquatic animal R. i, 44, 33 Pañcat. VarBṛS. Laghuj.
• a fish VarBṛS. iii, 12
-jīva m. pl. vḷ. for ○lajâjīva
○râjīva m. 'living by fish', a fisherman, xv, 22
⋙ jalacārin
○cārin mfn. living in or near water, m. an aquatic animal, fish MBh. R. iii f. VarBṛS. BrahmaP.
⋙ jalaja
○ja mfn. produced or born or living or growing in water, coming from or peculiar to water MBh. ii, 94 R. ii, 59, 11 Hariv. Suśr.
• m. an aquatic animal, fish Gaut. R. Suśr. &c
• Barringtonia acutangula L.
• sea-salt L.
• N. of several signs of the zodiac connected with water Dīp.
• (also n. L.) a conch-shell (used as a trumpet Hariv. 10936 Ragh. BhP.) MBh. vi, 4996 Hariv. 8056 BhP. viii, 20, 31
• n. = -ja-dravya, Vā-BṛS. xiii, xv
• = -ruh MBh. ii f. Hariv. R. iv BhP. iii
• a kind of ebony Bhpr. (vḷ. ○la-da)
• = ○la-kuntala L.
• = -vetasa L.
• (ā), f. a kind of Glycyrrhiza L.
-kusuma n. 'water-flower', lotus, in comp. ○ma-yoni m. 'lotus-born', Brahmā MBh. viii, 4647
jalaja-dravya n. any sea-product, pearl, shell VarBṛS. lxxxvii, 17
-sumanā f. Andropogon aciculatus Npr.
○jâkskhī f. a lotus-eyed woman
○jâjīva m. pl. 'living on fishes', the inhabitants of the east coast VarBṛS. xi, 55
○jâsana m. 'lotus-seated', Brahmā Kum. ii, 30
○jêkṣaṇā f. = ○jâhṣī Hariv. 3626
⋙ jalajantu
○jantu m. an aquatic animal Hit. i, 7, 32
⋙ jalajantukā
○jantukā f. a leech L. Sch.
⋙ jalajanman
○janman n. 'water-born', a lotus L.
⋙ jalajambukā
○jambukā f. a kind of Jambu Bhpr. v, 6, 69
-latā f. N. of an aquatic plant Vām. v, 2, 74
⋙ jalajāta
○jāta m. = -vetasa Npr.
⋙ jalajinī
○"ṣjinī f. (fr. -ja) lotus-group', -bandhu m. 'lotus-friend', the sun Gaṇit. i, 1, 4
⋙ jalajihva
○jihva m. 'cold-tongued (?)', a crocodile L.
⋙ jalajīvin
○jīvin mfn. living in or near water
• m. a fisherman MBh. xii, 7427
• (inī), f. = -jantukā L.
⋙ jalajñāna
○jñāna n. N. of a Vedântic treatise
⋙ jaladimba
○dimba m. a bivalve shell L.
⋙ jalataṇḍulīya
○taṇḍulīya n. N. of a pot-herb Bhpr. v, 9, 14
⋙ jalataraṃga
○taraṃga m. a wave, Sinhâs. xxii, 5
• a metal cup filled with water producing musical notes W.
⋙ jalatā
○tā f. the state of water Hariv. 2932
⋙ jalatāḍana
○tāḍana n. 'beating water', any fruitless action W.
⋙ jalatāpika
○tāpika m. = ○pin L.
• the fish Cyprinus Cachius L.
⋙ jalatāpin
○tāpin m. the fish Clupea alosa L.
⋙ jalatāla
○tāla m. id. L.
⋙ jalatiktikā
○tiktikā f. Boswellia thurifera L.
⋙ jalatumbikānyāya
○tumbikā-nyāya m. the method of the water and the bottle-gourd
⋙ jalaturaga
○turaga m. 'water-horse', a kind of animal L. Sch.
⋙ jalatrā
○trā f. 'water-guard', an umbrella L.
⋙ jalatrāsa
○trāsa m. hydrophobia Suśr. v, 6, 45
⋙ jalatrāsin
○"ṣtrāsin mfn. hydrophobic ib.
⋙ jalada
○da m. 'water-giver', a (rain-) cloud MBh. iii, 1638 R. iii Suśr. &c
• the ocean Gal.
• Cyperus rotundus L.
• N. of a prince, VP' ii, 4, 60
• of a Varsha in Śāka-dvipa ib.
• m. pl. N. of a school of the AV. Caraṇ. [Page 415, Column 1]
• n. v. l. for -ja, q.v
-kāla m. 'cloud-season', the rainy season Śiś. vi, 41 -kṣaya, m. cloud-disappearance', autumn Hariv. 3825
-paṅkti f. a line of clouds W.
-saṃhati f. the gathering of clouds W.
-samaya m. = -kāla Priy. ii, 2/3 ○dâgama m. approach of clouds', id' Nal. xxi, 4 Kathās.
○dâtyaya m. = ○da-kṣaya Car. vii, 7, 55
○dâbha mfn. cloud-like, dark W.
○dâśana m. 'cloud-enjoyer', Ṣorea robusta L.
⋙ jaladardura
○dardura m. a water-pipe (musical instrument) Hariv. 8427
⋙ jaladāna
○dāna n. water-offering (festival in Ujjayini) Kathās. cxii, 61
⋙ jaladeva
○deva n. 'having water as its deity', the constellation Ashāḍhā, Var- BṛS. VarBṛ.
⋙ jaladevatā
○devatā f. a water-goddess, naiad Hariv. 13140
⋙ jaladaivatya
○daivatya n. 'having water as its deity', the constellation Svāti Gal.
⋙ jaladravya
○dravya n. -ja-dr○ VarBṛS. v, 42
⋙ jaladroṇī
○droṇī f. a water bucket L.
⋙ jaladvipa
○dvipa m. 'water-elephant', N. of an animal Vcar. ix, 124
⋙ jaladvīpa
○dvīpa m. N. of an island R. iv, 40, 33 (yava-dv○, B)
⋙ jaladhara
○dhara m. 'holding water', a (rain-) cloud MBh. R. &c
• the ocean L.
• Cyperus rotundus L.
• Dalbergia ujjeinensis L.
• a metre of 4x32 syllabic instants
-garjita-ghoṣasusvara-nakṣatra-rāja-saṃkusumitâbhijña m. 'having a voice musical as the sound of the thunder of the clouds and conversant with the appearance of the regents of the Nakshatras', N. of a Buddha, Saddh. xxv
-mālā f. = jalada-paṅkti
• two metres of 4 X 12 syllables each
○râbhyudaya m. = jaladâgama ŚārṅgP. lxvi, 3
⋙ jaladhāra
○dhāra m. N. of a mountain MBh. vi, 417 Hariv. 12405
• of a Varsha in Śāka-dviipa MBh. vi, 426
• (ā), f. a stream of water MBh. vi, ix BhP. v, 17, 1
⋙ jaladhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa n. 'holding water', a ditch Gal.
⋙ jaladhi
○dhi m. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 93 Kāś.) 'water-receptacle', a lake W.
• the ocean Pañcat. Śak. VarBṛS. &c. ; 100 billions
-kanyakā f. = -jā Bhām. iv, 8
-gā f. a river flowing into the ocean L.
-jā f. ocean-daughter', Lakshmi L.
-tā f. the state of the ocean ŚārṅgP. xxix, 12
-nandinī f. = -jā Bhām. iv, 2
-raśana mfn. ocean-girted (the earth) Rājat. i, 46
-sambhava mfn. marine W.
⋙ jaladhenu
○dhenu f. a cow in the shape of water MBh. xiii, 71, 41 MatsyaP. liii, 13
⋙ jalanakula
○nakula m. an otter L.
⋙ jalanara
○nara m. 'water-man', id. L. Sch.
⋙ jalanāḍī
○nāḍī f. a water-course W. -nidhi, m. 'water-treasure', the ocean MBh. iii, 15817 Pañcat. VarBṛS. Bhartṛ. Prab.
• N. of a man Saṃskārak.
-vacas n. pl. 'ocean-words', = sāmudrika-śāstra Romakas.
⋙ jalanirgama
○nirgama m. a water-course, drain L.
⋙ jalanivaha
○nivaha m. a quantity of water W.
⋙ jalanīlikā
○nīlikā
⋙ jalanīlī
○nīḍlī f. = -kuntala L.
⋙ jalaṃdhama
○ṃdhama m. 'water-blower', N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh. ix, 2559
• of a Dānava Hariv. 12935
• (ā), f. N. of a daughter of Kṛishṇa, 9184
⋙ jalaṃdhara
○ṃ-dhara m. (g. 1. naḍâdi) 'water-bearer', N. of a man Pravar.
• of an Asura (produced by the contact of a flash from Śiva's eye with the ocean, and adopted by the god of the waters
• called from having caught the water which flowed from Brahmā's eye) PadmaP. v, 141 ff. LiṅgaP. i, 97
• N. of a particular Mudrā
-pura n. N. of a town Kathârṇ. xvi'
⋙ jalapakṣacara
○pakṣa-cara m. = khaga Svapnac.
⋙ jalapakṣin
○pakṣin m. id. Pañcat. iii, 1, 0/1
⋙ jalapati
○pati m. 'waterlord', Varuṇa L.
⋙ jalapattana
○pattana n. a water-down (forming an island), Sil
⋙ jalapatha
○patha m. (g. devapathâdi Kāś.) = -yātrā Ragh. xvii, 81
• N. of a Himâlaya mountain Divyâv. xxx, 306 and 397
⋙ jalapadavi
○padavi- f. = -nirgama Gal.
⋙ jalapaddhati
○paddhati f. id. L.
⋙ jalaparṇikā
○parṇikā f. N. of a plant Gal.
⋙ jalaparyāya
○paryāya m. a kind of andropogon Gal.
⋙ jalapātra
○pātra n. a vessel for water W.
⋙ jalapāda
○pāda m. N. of a frog-king Pañcat. iii, 15, 0/1
⋙ jalapāna
○pāna n. the drinking of water W.
⋙ jalapārāvata
○pārāvata m. = -kapota L.
⋙ jalapitta
○pitta m. n. 'water-bile', fire L.
⋙ jalapippalī
○pippalī f. Commelina salicifolia and another species Bhpr. v, 3, 294 (○likā, 295)
⋙ jalapippikā
○pippikā f. a fish L.
⋙ jalapīna
○pīna m. N. of a fish Gal.
⋙ jalapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. an aquatic flower L.
⋙ jalapūra
○pūra m. a full bed (of a river) Gīt. xi, 25
• N. of a mythic hero, Vīrac' xv, xxx
⋙ jalapūruṣa
○pūruṣa m. 'waterman', N. of a mythic being Kathās. lxiii, 60
⋙ jalapūrṇa
○pūrṇa mfn. 'full to overflowing', with yoga m. irresistible impulse Hariv. 5196 ; 5425 and 5429
⋙ jalapūrvakam
○pūrvakam ind. after having poured out water Hcat. i, 5, 1282
⋙ jalapṛṣṭhajā
○pṛṣṭha-jā f. 'water-surfacegrower, = -kuntala L.
⋙ jalapradāna
○pradāna n. 'water-offering', ○nika mfn. relating to a water-offering (a parvan) MBh. i, 348
⋙ jalaprapāta
○prapāta m. a water-fall R. ii, 94, 13
⋙ jalapralaya
○pralaya m. destruction by water W.
⋙ jalapravāha
○pravāha m. a current of water Subh.
⋙ jalaprasaraṇa
○prasaraṇa 'flowing off from water', oil Gal.
⋙ jalaprānta
○prânta m. 'water's edge', shore L. [Page 415, Column 2]
⋙ jalaprāya
○prāya mfn. abounding with water L.
• n. a country abounding with water W.
⋙ jalapriya
○priya m. 'fond of water', a fish L.
• the Cātaka bird L.
• a hog Gal.
• (ā), f. N. of Dākshāyaṇī MatsyaP. xiii, 33
⋙ jalaplava
○plava m. = -plāvana Sūryas. i, 18
• = -nakula L.
⋙ jalaplāvana
○plāvana n. 'water-immersion', a deluge W.
⋙ jalaphala
○phala n. the nut of Trapa bispinosa Bhpr. v, 6, 91
⋙ jalaphena
○phena m. 'waterfroth', os Sepiae Npr.
⋙ jalabandhaka
○bandhaka m. 'water barrier', a dike L.
⋙ jalabandhu
○bandhu m. 'friend of water', a fish L.
⋙ jalabiḍāla
○biḍāla m. water-cat', = -nakula L.
⋙ jalabindu
○bindu m. a drop of water
• N. of a Tirtha VarP. clix
• f. N. of a Nāga virgin Kāraṇḍ. i, 45
-jā f. sugar prepared from Yava-nāla L.
⋙ jalabimba
○bimba = dimbikā L.
⋙ jalabilva
○bilva m. = -valkala L.
• a turtle L.
• a crab L.
• = -catvara L.
⋙ jalabudbuda
○budbuda m. a water bubble Yājñ. iii, 8 Pañcat. iii, 16, 16/17 Kathās. &c
⋙ jalabrahmī
○brahmī f. Hingcha repens L.
⋙ jalabhājana
○bhājana n. = -pātra R. iii, 4, 49
⋙ jalabhū
○bhū mfn. aquatic W.
• m. a cloud L.
• = -pippalī L.
⋙ jalabhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa m. 'decorating water', wind L.
⋙ jalabhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'waterbearer', a cloud L. Sch.
⋙ jalamakṣikā
○makṣikā f. a water- insect,
⋙ jalamagna
○magna mfn. immersed in water, w
⋙ jalamadgu
○madgu m. a kingfisher L.
⋙ jalamadhūka
○madhūka m. N. of a tree L.
⋙ jalamandira
○mandira n. = -yantra-m○ W.
⋙ jalamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. formed or consisting or full of water Kum. ii, 60 Kathās.ī, 10 Sāh. Hcat.
• = -magna BhP. x, 80, 37
⋙ jalamarkaṭa
○markaṭa m. = -kapi Gal.
⋙ jalamasi
○masi m. 'water-ink', a dark cloud L. mātaṅga, m.= -dvipa L.
⋙ jalamātreṇa
○mātreṇa instr. ind. by mere water W.
⋙ jalamānuṣa
○mānuṣa m. = -pūruṣa Hcar. vii Kathās. lxxi, 5f
• (n. L.) = -nara Kād. iii, 1493 Bālar. vii, 28/29
• (i), f. the female of -pūruṣa, Vāsav. 214
⋙ jalamārga
○mārga m. = -nirgama L.
⋙ jalamārjāra
○mārjāra m. = -biḍāla L.
⋙ jalamuc
○muc mfn. shedding water VarBṛS. xix, 2
• m. a (rain-) cloud Megh. Dhūrtas. Udbh.
⋙ jalamūrti
○mūrti m. Śiva in the form of water Tithyād.
⋙ jalamūrtikā
○mūrtikā f. 'water-formed' hail L.
⋙ jalamoda
○moda n' 'water-enjoyer', the √of Andropogon muricatus L. (v. l. ○lâmoda)
⋙ jalambala
○mbala n. a stream W.
• collyrium W.
⋙ jalayantra
○yantra n. = ○traka Hariv. 8425
• a clepsydra VarBṛS.
-gṛha n. a bath-room with douches Bhpr. vii, 3, 35
-cakra n. a wheel for raising water Subh.
-niketana, n. = -gṛha L.
-mandira n. id. Ṛitus. i, 2
⋙ jalayantraka
○yantraka n. 'watering-engine', a douche Hariv. 8432
⋙ jalayātrā
○yātrā f. a sea voyage W.
⋙ jalayāna
○yāna n' 'water-vehicle', a boat, ship BhP. iii, 14, 17 ; x, 68, 24
⋙ jalaraṅka
○raṅka
⋙ jalaraṅku
○raṅḍku m. a water-fowl L.
⋙ jalarañja
○rañja m. id. L.
⋙ jalaraṇḍa
○raṇḍa m. a whirlpool L.
• a drizzle, thin sprinkling of water L.
• a snake L.
⋙ jalarasa
○rasa m. sea-salt L.
⋙ jalarākṣasī
○rākṣasī f. N. of a female demon (mother of the Nāgas who tried to prevent Hanumat's crossing the straits between the continent and Ceylon by attempting to swallow him
• he escaped by reducing himself to the size of a thumb, darting through her huge body and coming out at her right ear) MBh. iii, 16255
• (called Su-rasā) R. v, 6, 2 ff
⋙ jalarāśi
○rāśi m. 'water-quantity', any running water Vedântas.
• a lake, ocean Bhartṛ. Kathās. xviii, 2
⋙ jalaruṇḍa
○ruṇḍa m. = -raṇḍa,
⋙ jalaruh
○ruh m. 'water-growing, 'a day-lotus Bālar. iii, 85
⋙ jalaruha
○ruha m. an aquatic animal VarBṛS. x, 7
• n. = -ruh MBh. i, 5005 and 5059
-kusuma n. an aquatic flower, Var Yogay.vii, 7
○hêskhaṇa mfn. lotus-eyed MBh. i, 129, 27
⋙ jalarūpa
○rūpa m= makara L.
⋙ jalarūpaka
○rūpaka m. id. Gal.
⋙ jalarekhā
○rekhā f. = -lehhā Cāṇ.
• a stripe or streak of water Bhartṛ. (cf. Subh.)
⋙ jalalatā
○latā f. 'watercreeper', a wave L.
⋙ jalalekhā
○lekhā f. a line drawn on water Cāṇ.
⋙ jalalohita
○lohita m. 'having water for blood', N. of a Rakshas L.
⋙ jalavat
○vat mfn. abounding in water MBh. xii, 3694
⋙ jalavaraṇṭa
○varaṇṭa m. a watery pustule L.
⋙ jalavartikā
○vartikā f. 'water-quail', a kind of bird Gal.
⋙ jalavalkala
○valkala n. 'water-bark', Pistia Stratiotes L.
⋙ jalavallī
○vallī f. = -kubjaka L.
⋙ jalavādita
○vādita n. water-music', a kind of music in which water is used Hariv. 8426
⋙ jalavādya
○vādya n. a kind of musical instrument played by means of water, 8346 ; 8427 and 8436
⋙ jalavāyasa
○vāyasa m.= -kāka Svapnac.
⋙ jalavālaka
○vālaka m. 'encircled by (water i.e.) clouds', N. of the Vindhya range L.
• (ikā), f. lightning L.
⋙ jalavāluka
○vāluka m. = ○laka Gal.
⋙ jalavāsa
○vāsa mfn. = ○sin MBh. xii, 9280
• m. abiding in water (kind of religious austerity), 9281
• a kind of bulbous plant L.
• n. = -moda L.
• (ā), f. a kind of grass L.
⋙ jalavāsin
○vāsin mfn. living in water Kathās. lxiii, 52
• m. N. of a bulbous plant Gal.
⋙ jalavāha
○vāha mfn. carrying water MBh. ii, 301
• m. a cloud L.
⋙ jalavāhaka
○vāhaka m. a water-carrier Pañcat. iii, 67/68
⋙ jalavāhana
○vāhana m. 'watercarrier', N. of a physician (Gautama Buddha in a former birth) Suvarṇapr. xviif. [Page 415, Column 3]
• n. flowing of water W.
• (ī), f. a water-course, aqueduct W.
⋙ jalaviṣuva
○viṣuva n. the autumnal equinox L.
• a kind of diagram, Tantr
⋙ jalavihaṃgama
○vihaṃgama m. a water-fowl W.
⋙ jalavīrya
○vīrya m. N. of a son of Bharata Śatr. vi, 289
⋙ jalavṛścika
○vṛścika m. 'water-scorpion', a prawn L.
⋙ jalavetasa
○vetasa m. Calamus Rotang L.
⋙ jalavyatha
○vyatha m. the fish Esox Kankila L.
⋙ jalavyadha
○vyadha m. id. L.
⋙ jalavyāla
○vyāla m. a water-snake L.
• a marine monster L.
⋙ jalaśaya
○śaya
⋙ jalaśayana
○śaḍyana m. 'reposing on water (i.e. on his serpent-couch above the waters, during the 4 months of the periodical rains and during the intervals of the submersion of the world)', Vishṇu L.
⋙ jalaśayyā
○śayyā f. lying in water (kind of religious austerity) R. vii, 76, 17
⋙ jalaśarkarā
○śarkarā f. 'water-gravel', hail BhP. x, 25, 9
⋙ jalaśāyin
○śāyin mfn. lying in water R. i, 43, 14
• m. = -śaya
○yi-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha RevāKh. cxlī. =
⋙ jalaśukti
○śukti f. a bivalve shell L.
⋙ jalaśuci
○śuci mfn. cleansed by water W.
⋙ jalaśunaka
○śunaka m. = -nakula Gal.
⋙ jalaśūka
○śūka m. N. of an animalcule living in mud Suśr. Bhpr.
⋙ jalaśoṣa
○śoṣa m. drying up of water, drought W.
⋙ jalasaṃsarga
○saṃsarga m. mixing with water, dilution W.
⋙ jalasaṃdha
○saṃdha m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh. i, iii, y. =
⋙ jalasaṃniveśa
○saṃniveśa m. a receptacle of water
⋙ jalasamudra
○samudra m. the sea of fresh water L.
⋙ jalasamparka
○samparka m. mixture with water W.
⋙ jalasambhava
○sambhava m. 'water-born', = -vetasa L.
⋙ jalasarasa
○sarasa n. N. of? Pāṇ. 5-4, 94 Kāś.
⋙ jalasarpiṇī
○sarpiṇī f. 'water-glider', a leech L.
⋙ jalasāt
○sāt ind, (with sam-pad, to be turned) into water Vop. vii, 85
⋙ jalasikta
○sikta mfn. water-sprinkled W.
⋙ jalasūkara
○sūkara m. 'water-hog', a crocodile L.
• a hog Npr.
⋙ jalasūci
○sūci m. the Gangetic porpoise L.
• a crow L.
• = -vyatha L.
• a leech L.
• = -kubjaka L.
⋙ jalasūrya
○sūrya
⋙ jalasūryaka
○sūrḍyaka m. the sun reflected in water Bādar. Sch.
⋙ jalaseka
○seka m. sprinkling with water W.
⋙ jalastambha
○stambha m. solidification of water (magical faculty)
⋙ jalastambhana
○stambhana n. id., GarP
⋙ jalastha
○stha mfn. standing or situated in water R. iv, 13, 10 BhP.iii, 27, 12
• (ā), f. a kind of grass L.
⋙ jalasthāna
○sthāna n. a reservoir, pond, lake MBh.
⋙ jalastha
○stha m.id., xii, 4893f
⋙ jalasnāna
○snāna n. a water-bath Subh.
⋙ jalasrāva
○srāva m. a kind of eyedisease Suśr. vi, 1, 29 SārṅgS. vii, 157
⋙ jalaha
○ha n. a small -yantra-gṛha L.
⋙ jalaharaṇa
○haraṇa n. a metre of 4 x 32 syllabic instants
⋙ jalahastin
○hastin m. = -dvipa Hcar. vii
⋙ jalahāra
○hāra m. = -vāhaka', (ī), f. a female water-carrier Hariv. 3400
⋙ jalahāriṇi
○hāriṇi f. = -nirgama Suśr. iii, 7, 1
⋙ jalahāsa
○hāsa m. 'sea-foam (indurated)', cuttle-fish bone L.
⋙ jalahāsaka
○hāsaka m. id. W.
⋙ jalahrada
○hrada m. N. of a man, g. śivâdi
⋙ jalāṃśu
jalâṃśu m. = jaḍâṃśu Kuval. 375 Sch.
⋙ jalākara
jalâkara m. watersource, spring W.
⋙ jalākāṅkṣa
jalâkāṅkṣa m. = ○la-k○ L.
⋙ jalākṣī
jalâkṣī f. = ○la-pippalī L.
⋙ jalākhu
jalâkhu m. waterrat', an otter L.
⋙ jalāgama
jalâgama m. 'water-approach', rain Ratnâv. iii, 10
⋙ jalañcala
jaláñcala n. a well L.
• = ○lakuntala L.
⋙ jalāñjali
jalâñjali m. the hollowed palms filled with water offered to ancestors Cāṇ. Amar. Kathās. Rājat. iv, 284 Sarvad. (ifc. ○lika)
⋙ jalāṭana
jalâṭana m. 'water-goer', a heron L.
• (ī), f. a leech L.
⋙ jalāḍhya
jalâḍhya mfn. 'rich in water', watery, marshy W.
⋙ jalāṇuka
jalâṇuka n. = ○ṇḍaka L.
⋙ jalāṇṭaka
jalâṇṭaka m. N. of a large aquatic animal L.
⋙ jalāṇḍaka
jalâṇḍaka n. 'watereggs', the fry of fish L.
⋙ jalātmikā
jalâtmikā f. a leech L.
• v. l. for ○lâmbikā L.
⋙ jalātyaya
jalâtyaya m. = ○ladâty○ R. ii, 45, 22
⋙ jālādarśa
jālâdarśa m. 'watery mirror', water reflecting any object W.
⋙ jalādhāra
jalâdhāra m. = ○la-sthāna Yājñ. iii, 144 MBh. xii, 4891
• N. of a mountain VP. ii, 4, 62
⋙ jalādhidaivata
jalâdhidaivata n. = ○la-deva VarBṛS. lxxii, 10
• 'water-deity', Varuṇa L.
⋙ jalādhipa
jalâdhipa m.= ○pati Hariv. 13885
• Varuṇa and, lord of the stupid (jaḍa)' Naish. ix, 23
⋙ jalādhipati
jalâdhipati m. 'water-lord', Varuṇa W.
⋙ jalādhyakṣa
jalâdhyakṣa m. id. W.
⋙ jalādhvan
jalâdhvan m. = ○layātrā Siṃhâs. vii, 3/4
⋙ jālānila
jālânila m. a kind of crab Gal.
⋙ jalānusāra
jalânusāra m. going like water W.
⋙ jalāntaka
jalântaka mfn. containing water L.
• m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 9186
⋙ jalāntam
jalântam ind. (to dig) till reaching water AgP. xl, 30
⋙ jalāpasparśana
jalâpasparśana n. (touching i.e.) using water W.
⋙ jalābhiṣeka
jalâbhiṣeka m. = ○la-seka W.
⋙ jalāmatra
jalâmatra n. = ○la-droṇī Uttamac. 47 ; 53 ; 97
⋙ jalāmoda
jalâmoda See ○la-m○
⋙ jalāmbara
jalâmbara m. N. of Rāhula-bhadra in a former birth Suvarṇapr. xvii f
⋙ jalāmbikā
jalâmbikā f. a well L.
⋙ jalāmbugarbhā
jalâmbu-garbhā f. N. of Gopā in a former birth, xviii
⋙ jalāyukā
jalâyukā f. a leech Suśr.i, 13, 6
⋙ jalārka
jalârka m. = ○la-sūrya BhP. iii, 27, 1
⋙ jalārṇava
jalârṇava m. the rainy season L.
• = ○la-samudra W.
⋙ jalārthin
jalârthin mfn. desirous of water, thirsty Mālav.iii, 6
⋙ jalārdra
jalârdra mfn. wet Śak.i, 31 Megh.43
• m. = ○drā L.
• (ā), f. a wet garment Bālar. v, 23 and 50/51 ; x, 8 Vcar. iv, 24 [Page 416, Column 1]
• a wet cloth (used for cooling) Śiś. i, 65
⋙ jalārdkikā
jalârdkikā f. ifc. = ○drā Kād. vi, 822
⋙ jalāluka
jalâluka m. a kind of bulbous plant L.
⋙ jalāluha
jalâluha n. = ○lūka
• (ā), f. = ○lāyukā L.
⋙ jalālūka
jalâlūka n. the esculent √of lotus L.
⋙ jalālokā
jalâlokā f. = ○lukā L.
⋙ jalāvatāra
jalâvatāra m. a landing-place at a river's side L.
⋙ jalāvarta
jalâvarta m. a whirlpool W.
⋙ jalāvila
jalâvila mfn. stained with water W.
⋙ jalāśaya
jalâśaya mfn. lying in water MBh. iii, 11123
• stupid Kathās. vi, 58 (and 1 32?)
• m. a reservoir, pond, lake, ocean Mn. MBh. &c
• a fish L.
• = ○la-kubjaka L.
• n. = ○la-moda L.
• (ā), f. a kind of grass L.
-pratiṣṭhā f. N. of wk
○yântara n. another lake W.
○yôtsargatattva n. N. of Smṛitit. xii
○yôtsarga-vidhi m. N. of wk. by Kamalâkara-bhaṭṭa
⋙ jalāśraya
jalâśraya m. for ○śaya, a pond Pañcat. i, 1 3, 0/1
• a water-house W.
• a wolf. Gal.
• (ā), f. a kind of crane L.
• a kind of cane L.
⋙ jalāṣah
jalā-ṣah (nom. -ṣāḍ Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-2, 63 and vi, 3, 137 and viii, 3, 56
• acc. -ṣāham g. suṣāmâdi), Ved. mfn. subduing water W.
⋙ jalāṣṭhīlī
jalâṣṭhīlī f. a pond L.
⋙ jalāsah
jalā-sah Ved. mfn. = -ṣah, 56 Kāś.
⋙ jalāsāha
jalā-sāha mfn. = -ṣah, iii, 21, 63 Sch.
⋙ jalāsukā
jalâsukā f. = ○lâyukā L. Sch.
⋙ jalāhati
jalâhati f. violent rain-fall Kathās. xii, 61
⋙ jalāhvaya
jalâhvaya n. 'water-named', a lotus L.
⋙ jalendra
jalêndrá m. = ○lâdhipati L.
• the ocean L.
• N. of a Jina L.
⋙ jalendhana
jalêndhana m. submarine fire L.
⋙ jalebha
jalêbha m. = la-dvipa VarBṛS. xii, 4
• (ī), f. the female of that animal L.
⋙ jalelā
jalêlā f. N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda MBh. ix, 2634
⋙ jaleśa
jalêśa m. = ○lâdhipati Hariv. 13899 f. BhP. iii, 18, 1
• the ocean, viii, 7, 26
⋙ jaleevara
jalêêvara m. = ○lâdhipati MBh. i-iii, ix Ragh. ix, 24 (cf. RTL. p. 201)
• the ocean W.
• N. of a sanctuary MatsyaP. clxxx, 28
• clxxxvi, 3
-tīrtha, v. l. for jvāl○
⋙ jalocchvāsa
jalôcchvāsa m. = ○la-nirgama L.
⋙ jalodara
jalôdara n' water-belly', dropsy MBh. iii, xii VarBṛ. xxiii, 3
⋙ bhaktām
bhaktâm 41
⋙ jaloddhatagati
jalôddhata-gati f.' exulting motion in water', a metre of 4 X 12 syllables
⋙ jalodbhava
jalodbhava mfn. produced in water, aquatic, marine MBh. Suśr.
• m. an aquatic animal Laghuj. ix, 15
• N. of a water-demon (slain by Kaśyapa) Rājat. i, 27
• 'water-origin', N. of a place MBh. ii, 1078
• (ā), f. the plant laghu-brāhmī L.
• benzoin L.
⋙ jalodbhūta
jalôdbhūta mfn. produced from water W.
• (ā), f. = ○lâśayā, L:
⋙ jalonnāda
jalônnāda m. N. of one of the attendants of Siva L., Sch
⋙ jalopala
jalôpalá m. = ○la-śarkarā BhP. x, 25, 9 Sch.
⋙ jaloragī
jalôragī watersnake', a leech L. Sch.
⋙ jalauka
jaláuka m. = ○kasa Suśr. i, 29, 79
• (ā), f. id. MBh. xii, 3306 Suśr. i, 13 ; ii, 3 SkandaP.
○kâvacāraṇīya mfn. treating on the application of leeches Suśr. i, 13, 1
⋙ jalaukas
jalâukas mfn. living in or near water, m. inhabitant of water, aquatic animal MBh. xiii, 2650 Hariv. 1215 BhP. if
• m. N. of a Kaśmīr king Rājat. ii, 9
• f. (said to be used in pl. only) = ○kasa Suśr. i, 8-13
• ii ; iv, 19
⋙ jalaukasa
jalâukasa mn. water-homed', a leech L. Sch.
• (ā), f. id. ib.
⋙ jalaugha
jalâugha m. a quantity of water W.
≫ jala 2
jala Nom. ○lati, to become water Śatr. xiv'
⋙ jalaka
jalaka n. a conch W.
≫ jalāya
jalāya Nom. ○yate, = 2. jala Bhartṛ. ii, 78
≫ jalikā
jalikā ○lukā f. = ○lâukā L. Sch.
⋙ jalūkā
jalūkā f. id. L.
• = tṛṇa- Bādar. iii, 1, 1 Sch. (cf. jāūka.)
≫ jale
jale loc. of ○la, q.v
⋙ jalecara
○cara mf(ī)n. living in water MBh. i, 7852 ; iii, 17322 R. iv, 50, 18
• m. an aquatic animal MBh. i, iii R. (ifc. f. ā)
• a fish W.
• any kind of water-fowl W. =
⋙ jalecchayā
○cchayā f. a kind of Heliotropium L.
⋙ jalejāta
○jāta n. 'water-born', lotus L.
⋙ jaleruha
○ruha m. N. of an Orissa king
• (ā), f. 'water-grower', a kind of shrub L.'
⋙ jalevāha
○vāha m. a diver PadmaP. iv
⋙ jaleśaya
○śaya mfn. resting or abiding in water MBh. i, 1365 Suśr.
• m. a fish L.
• = la-ś○ Hariv. 14348
• (saptârṇava-) Ragh. x, 22
≫ jaleyu
jaleyu m. N. of a son of Raudrâśva MBh. i, 3700 Hariv. 1660 BhP. ix, 20, 4 VP. iv, 19, 1
≫ jaloka
jaloka m. N. of a Kaśmir king Rājat. i, 108
• (ā), f. = ○laū7kā L. Sch.
⋙ jalokikā
jalokikā f. = ○lokā W.
jalaḍā
jalaḍā f. g. bāhv-ādi (cf. Gaṇar. 203)
jalāladīnāhakavarasāha
jalāladīnāhakavarasāha m. = jalāluúddīn akbarshah (cf. jallāladīndra.)
jalāṣa
jálāṣa mfn. appeasing, healing RV. ii, 33, 7 and vii, 35, 6
• n. (○ṣá) water Naigh. i, 12
• happiness (sukha), iii, 6
⋙ jalāṣabheṣaja
○bheṣaja (jál○), mfn. possessed of healing medicines (Rudra) RV. i, 43, 4 and viii, 29, 5 AV. ii, 27, 6
jalikā
jalikā ○lukā, &c. See above
jalp
jalp (√lap redupl.?), cl. i. jálpati (ep. also Ā. pf. jajalpa R.) to speak inarticulately, murmur ŚBr. xi, 5, 1, 4 [Page 416, Column 2]
• to chatter, prattle W.
• to say, speak, converse with (instr. or sârdham) MBh. R. &c
• to speak about (acc.) MBh. iv, 864 ; v, 4515
• = √arc, to praise Naigh. iii, 14
• (said of the Koīl) to sound (its song) Bhartṛ.: Caus. jalpayati, to cause to speak Pāṇ. 1-4, 52 Vārtt. 3
≫ jalpa
jalpa m. (g. uñchâdi) talk, speech, discourse (also pl.) MBh. xiii, 4322 Pāṇ. 4-4, 97 Daś. BhP.
• (pl.) chatter, gossip, x, 47, 13
• a kind of disputation (overbearing reply and disputed rejoinder) Nyāyad. Car. iii, 8 Sarvad. Madhus. ŚBr. xiv Sch.
• N. of a Rishi MatsyaP. ix, 16
• n. for ○lpya MBh. i, 5066 (C) R. ii, 60, 14
• cf. citra-, bahu-
≫ jalpaka
jalpaka mfn. talkative Bhartṛ. ii, 48
• m. a disputant Car. iii
⋙ jalpana
jalpana mfn. speaking, g. nandyādi
• n. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 115 Kāś.) saying, speaking VarBṛS. vl Pañcat.
• chattering W.
⋙ jalpāka
jalpāka mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 155) talkative Hcar. vii Bhaṭṭ.vii, 19
≫ jalpi
jálpi f. inarticulate or low speech, muttering (prayers or formulas) RV. viii, 48, 14 ; x, 82, 7
• discourse spoken in a low voice AV. xix, 56, 4
≫ jalpita
jalpita mfn. said, spoken Pañcat.
• addressed, spoken to, Śuk
• n. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 114 Kāś.) talk MBh. R. v, 10, 3 VarBṛS. iiic, 6 Pañcat. &c
≫ jalpitṛ
jalpitṛ mfn. ifc., See bahu-
⋙ jalpin
jalpin mfn. ifc. speaking MBh. v
⋙ jalpya
jalpya n. gossip, i, 129, 34
jallakin
jallakin See acyuta-
jallāladīndra
jallāladīndra m. jallālu'ddīn
jaḻhu
jáḻhu mfn. 'cool' (cf. jaḍa), dull RV. viii, 61, 11 (cf. Nir. vi, 25) ; [Lat. gelu.]
java
javá mfn. (√ju, or ) swift AV. xix, 7, 1
• m. (parox. Pāṇ. 3-3, 56, Vartt. 4 and 57) speed, velocity,, swiftness RV. i, 112, 21 ; x, 111, 9 VS. AV. ŚBr. &c
• pl. impulse (of the mind) RV. x, 71, 8
• (āt), abl. ind. speedily, at once Kathās. lxiii, 188 Vcar. xii, 15. -
⋙ javayukta
○yukta mfn. possessed of fleetness Nal. xix, 18
⋙ javavat
○vat mfn. id. ĪśUp. Sch.
⋙ javāgraja
javâgraja for yav○, q.v
⋙ javādhika
javâdhika mf(ā)n. swifter (in course) Kathās. lxvii, 7
• extremely swift (a courser) L.
⋙ javānila
javânila m. 'swift wind', a hurricane W.
≫ javana
jávana mf(ī)n. (g. dṛḍhâdi
• oxyt. Pāṇ. 3-2, 150) quick, swift, fleet RV. i, 51, 2 ŚvetUp. iii, 19 MBh. &c
• m. a fleet horse L.
• a kind of deer L.
• N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh. ix, 2577
• pl. for yav○, q.v. Kshitîś.
• n. speed, velocity PārGṛ. i, 17 ŚāṅkhGṛ. MBh. iv, 1414
• (ī), f. a curtain, screen L.
• N. of a plant L.
• cf. dhī-jáv○
≫ javanikā
javanikā f. (for yav○, ? 'borrowed from the Greek') = ○nī, a curtain, screen Hariv. 4648 Śiś. iv, 54 BhP.
• the sail of a boat W.
• = ○kântara Sāh. vi, 277
⋙ javanikāntara
javanikântara n. an act in a Saṭtaka
≫ javaniman
javaniman m. quickness, g. driḍhâdi
≫ javas
jávas u. id. RV.
• cf. makṣū́-, manó-, a-
≫ javita
javita n. running Lalit. xii, 279
≫ javin
javín mfn. quick, fleet RV. ii, 15, 6 Yājñ. ii, 109 Kathās. xxv, lxvii
• m. a horse L.
• a camel L.
≫ javina
javina mfn. quick SaddhP. iv
• m. the Indian fox L.
• for jahina MatsyaP. cxciv, 20
≫ javiṣṭha
jáviṣṭha mfn. quickest, fleetest RV. iv, 2, 3 ; vi, 9, 5 VS. xxxiv, 3 ŚBr. xi AitBr. i, 5 BhP. xi
≫ javīyas
jávīyas mfn. quicker RV. i, viii ff. ĪśUp.
javanāla
javanāla n. = yav○ L.
javasa
javasa m. n. = yav○ L. Sch.
javā
javā f. = japā
MBh. Hariv. R. Megh. 36
• saffron L.
⋙ javāpuṣpa
○puṣpa m. = japā L.
javādi
javādi n. a kind of perfume L.
javāla
javāla m.= sthāga L. Sch.
javita
javita ○vin, ○vina, &c. See javá
jaśas
jaśas n. = yaś○ Gal.
jaṣ
jaṣ cl. I. P. Ā. to hurt Dhātup.
jaṣa
jaṣá m. N. of an aquatic animal (cf. jhaṣá) AV. xi, 2, 25 TS. v, 5 GopBr. ii, 2, 5
jas
jas cl. i. Ā. (p. jásamāna) to be exhausted or starved RV. i, 112, 6 ; vii, 68, 8 : P. jásati, to go Naigh. ii, 14 : cl. 4. P. to liberate Dhātup. xxvi, 102: Caus. jāsayati (aor. ajījasata, 2. du. jajastám) to exhaust, weaken, cause to expire RV. iv, 50, 11 ŚBr. ii, 2, 2, 19 ; xii, 4, 3, 9
• to hurt (cf. Pāṇ. 2-3, 56) Dhātup. xxxii
• to strike, xxxiii
• to contemn ib.
• cf. uj-, ni-
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⋙ jasu
jásu f. exhaustion, weakness RV. x, 33, 2
• 'resting-place', hiding-place (?), x, 68, 6
≫ jasuri
jásuri mfn. starved RV. i, 116, 22 ; iv, 38, 5 ; v, 61, 7 ; vi, 13, 5
• m. Indra's thunderbolt Uṇ. Sch.
≫ jasra
jasra See á
≫ jasvan
jásvan mfn. needy, hungry RV. vi, 44, 11
jasada
jasada n. zinc L.
jassarāja
jassa-rāja N. of a man Rājat. vii
jaha
jaha mfn. (√3. ), See śardham-
• (ā), f. N. of a plant L.
• (ā́), ind., See s.v
≫ jahaka
jahaka mfn. one who abandons Uṇ. Sch.
• m. time ib.
• a boy L.
• the slough of a snake L.
• (jáhakā), f. (= jāhaka) a hedgehog VS. xxiv TS.
≫ jahat
jáhat mfn. pr. p. √3. , q.v
⋙ jahatsvārtha
○svârtha mf(ā)n., losing its original meaning', (ā), f. (scil. vṛtti) = ○hal-lakṣaṇā Pāṇ. 2-1, 1 Vārtt. 2 Pat. Sāh. ii, 7/8 cf. a-
⋙ jahallakṣaṇā
jahal-lakṣaṇā f. a partic. figure of speech (the word used losing its original meaning) Pratāpar. Vedântas.
≫ jahana
jahana See sarva-sattva-pāpa-
⋙ jahāka
jáhāka mfn. avoiding others TĀr.i, 3, 1
• but cf. RV. viii, 45, 37
≫ jahita
jahitá mfn. (Jaina Prākṛit jadha) abandoned, poor RV. i, 116, 10 ; iv, 30, 19 ; viii, 5, 22
• cf. pra-
jahānaka
jahānaka v. l. for jih○
jahi
jahi Impv. √han, q.v
⋙ jahijoḍa
○joḍa mfn. in the habit of hitting -one's chin, g. mayūravyaṃsakâdi
⋙ jahistambha
○stambha mfn. constantly striking against a post ib. (not in Gaṇar. 121 Sch.)
jahina
jahina m. N. of a man Pravar. i, 1 (vv. ll. ○hila, javina)
jahu
jahu m. (= yahú) ifc. a young animal BhP. v, 8, 8
• N. of a son of Pushpavat, ix, 22, 7
jahnāvī
jahnā́vī f. Jahnu's family RV. i, 116, 19 ; iii, 58, 6
≫ jahnu
jahnú m. N. of an ancient king and sage (son of Aja-mīḍha, of Su-hotra, of Kuru, of Hotraka
• ancestor of the Kuśikas
• the Ganges, when brought down from heaven by Bhagī-ratha's austerities, was forced to flow over the earth and to follow him to the ocean and thence to the lower regions in order to water the ashes of Sagara's sons
• in its course it inundated the sacrificial ground of Jahnu, who drank up its waters but consented at Bhagī-ratha's prayer to discharge them from his ears
• hence the river is regarded as his daughter) MBh. i, xii f. Hariv. R. i, 44, 35 ff. BhP. ix
• N. of Vishṇu L.
• of a Ṛishi of the 4th Manv-antara Hariv. 426 (vḷ. janyu)
• of a Himâlaya cavern (from which the Gaṅgā is bursting forth) Kād. ii, 473 Hcar. iii
• pl. Jahnu's race AitBr. vii, 18 TāṇḍyaBr. xxi, 12, 2 Pravar. iv, 12
⋙ jahnukanyā
○kanyā f. 'Jahnu's daughter', Gaṅgā MBh. xiii, 645 Ragh. Kāvyâd. Bhartṛ.
• (○hnoH k○ Megh.)
⋙ jahnutanayā
○tanayā f. id. L.
⋙ jahnuprajā
○prajā f. id. Gal.
⋙ jahnusaptamī
○saptamī f. the 7th day in the light half of Vaiśākha W.
⋙ jahnusutā
○sutā f. = -kanyā MBh. i, 3913 R. i, 44, 39
jahman
jahman n. water Naigh. i, 12
jahla
jahla m. N. of a man Rājat. Viii, 2430 Pravar. i, 1 (Jīvad.)
mfn. (Ved. for 2. ja, cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 67) ifc. 'born, produced', See agra-, adri-, apsu-jā́ &c
• (ā́s), mf. offspring, pl. descendants RV.
⋙ jāṃdhita
jāṃ-dhitá mfn. (fr. jāmi ?) customary ŚBr. ii, 6, 2, 7
⋙ jāvat
jā́-vat mfn. granting offspring RV. viii, 94, 5
⋙ jāvan
jā-van See pūrva-jā́van
⋙ jāspati
jā́s-pati m. (jās gen. sg.) the head of a family, i, 185, 8
• (jā́spáti) vii, 38, 6
⋙ jāspatya
jās-patyá n. (for jāyās-p○ VPrāt. iv, 39
Acf. Prāt. iv, 64 and 83) RV. the state of the father of a family, v, 28, 3 ; x, 85, 23
jāṃhagiri
jāṃha-giri m. = jahāngīrī
≫ jāṃhāgira
jāṃhāgira the town Dacca Kshitîś. iii, 24 ; vii, 18 f. and 267
⋙ jāṃhāgiranagara
○nagara n. id., iii, 25 ; iv, 36
• v
jāgata
jāgata mfn. (g. utsâdi) composed in or consisting of or conforming to the Jagatī metre
• chiefly praised in that metre VS. TS. ii, vii ŚBr. &c
• m. a deity RV. vii, 92, 4 Sāy. (cf. VS. xxix, 60)
• n. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 55 Vārtt.) the Jagatī metre Vait. xix, 17
⋙ jāgatineya
jāgatineya See jārat○
jāguḍa
jāguḍa m. pl. N. of a saffron-cultivating people MBh. iii, 1991 Śiś.
• n. saffron L. [Page 417, Column 1]
jāgṛ
jāgṛ cl. 2. ○garti (cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 192 ; cl. 1. ○garati MBh. xii, 7823 ; 1. sg. irr. ○gṛmi, 6518 ; 3. pl. jā́grati AV. &c. [Pāṇ. 6-1, 189 Kāś.] ; Impv. ○gṛhí, ○gṛtāt, ○gṛtam, ○gṛtá ; Subj. ○garat ; Pot. ○gṛyāt, or ○griy○ AitBr. viii, 28 &c. ; impf. ájāgar [RV. x, 104, 9] ; p. jā́grat ; rarely Ā. jāgramāṇa MBh. ; pf. Ved. jâgā́ra [RV. AV.], 1. sg. ○gára [RV. x, 149, 5], p. ○gṛvás see s.v. ; pf. class. [Pāṇ. 3-1, 38 ; vii, 3, 85 ; but vi,. 1, 8 Vārtt.1] jajāgāra or jāgaraṃ-cakāra ; fut. 2nd jāgriṣyáti TS. &c. [Ā. R. ii, 86, 4] ; fut. 1st ○ritā Pāṇ. 7-2, 10 Vārtt. 1 Pat. ; aor. ajāgarīt, vii, 2, 5 ; Pass. impers. ajagāri, 3, 85 ; Prec. jāgaryāt, iii, 4, 104 Kāś.) to be awake or watchful RV. AV. &c
• to awake Pañcat. iii, 9, 0/1 Hit. ii, 3, 2/3
• to watch over, be attentive to or intent on, care for, provide, superintend (with loc. or loc. with ádhi) RV. AV. &c. (with acc. Caurap.)
• (said of fire) to go on burning AV. Prāyaśc. i, 5
• to be evident W.
• to look on W.: Caus. (aor. 2. and 3. sg. ájīgar Impv. jigṛtám, ○tá) to awaken RV.
jāgarayati, (cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 85
• aor. Pass. impers. añāgari or ○gāri Vop. xviii, 22 ; xxiv, 6 and 13) id. Hit. ii, 3, 0/1
• [cf. ? ; Lat. viigilo.]
≫ jāgara
jāgara mfn. awake Pāṇ. 7-3, 85 Kāś.
• m. waking, wakefulness MBh. viii, 5026 KapS. iii, 26 Ragh. &c
• a, vision in a waking state Yājñ. iii, 172
-jag○ L.
• (ā), f. waking Pāṇ. 3-3, 101 Pat.
• cf. ko-
⋙ jāgarotsava
jāgarôtsava m. a religious festival celebrated with vigils Rājat. ii, 141
⋙ jāgaraka
jāgaraka m. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 85 Kāś.) waking VarBṛS. lx, 15
≫ jāgaraṇa
jāgaraṇá mfn. awake VS. xxx, 17
• n. waking, keeping watch KātyŚr. iv Nir. MBh. &c. (said of fire) going on burning KātyŚr. xxv Vait.
⋙ jāgaram
jāgaram ind. so as to be awake Pāṇ. 7-3, 85 Kāś.
≫ jāgarita
jāgaritá mfn. (2, 11 and 3, 85) = ○ta-vat Suśr. iii, 8, 1
• n. waking ŚBr. xii, xiv Suśr. iii, 4, 37
⋙ jāgaritavat
○vat mfn. one who has long been awake or is exhausted with sleeplessness, 37
⋙ jāgaritasthāna
○sthāna mfn. being awake MāṇḍUp. 3 and 9
⋙ jāgaritānta
jāgaritânta m. = ○grad-avasthā KaṭhUp. iv, 4
≫ jāgaritṛ
jāgaritṛ mfn. waking, wakeful L.
≫ jāgarin
jāgarin mfn. ifc. id. Pāṇ. 7-3, 85 Kāś.
≫ jāgariṣṇu
jāgariṣṇu mfn. often sleepless Suśr. i, 33, 23
≫ jāgarūka
jāgarū́ka nif(ā)n. (cf. Nir. i, 14 Pāṇ. 3-2, 165) wakeful, watchful RV. iii, 54, 7 Suśr. Ragh.x, 25 Sāh. Sarvad.
• ifc. intent on, occupied with Ragh. xiv, 85 Hcar. v, 104
• ifc. looking on Prasannar. vi, 2
• evident W.
⋙ jāgartavya
jāgartavya n. impers. to be awake or awaked MBh. i, 5925 R. ii, 53, 3
⋙ jāgarti
jāgarti f. waking, vigilance L. Sch.
⋙ jāgaryā
jāgaryā f. id. Pāṇ. 3-3, 101 Pat,.
⋙ jāgritavya
jāgritavya n. impers. = ○gart○ MBh. v, 4610 ; xiii, 2746
⋙ jāgṛvas
jāgṛvás mfn. (pf.f.) watchful RV. vii, 5, 1 ; x, 91, 1
• active W.
≫ jāgṛvi
jā́gṛvi mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 85) watchful, attentive RV. AV. PārGṛ. iii, 4
• going on burning, not extinguishing. RV.
• active, animating (Soma, dice) RV. VS.
• m. a king Uṇ. Sch.
• fire L.
• (ī), ind. so as to watch VS. xxi, 36
≫ jāgrat
jā́grat mfn. pr. p. √jāgṛ, q.v
• m. waking Vedântas. 105 ; 108 ; 132 ; 305
⋙ jāgratsvapna
○svapná mfn. in a state of waking and sleep RV. x, 164, 5
• m. du. a state of waking and sleep Mn. i, 57
≫ jāgrad
jāgrad for ○rat
⋙ jāgradavasthā
○avasthā f. a state of wakefulness W.
⋙ jāgraddaśā
○daśā f. id. W.
⋙ jāgradduṣvapnya
○dúṣvapnyá n. a disagreeable dream in a waking state AV. xvi, 6, 9
≫ jāgran
jāgran for ○rat
⋙ jāgranmiśra
○miśra mfn. half awake and half asleep Gobh. i, 6, 6
≫ jāgriyā
jāgriyā f. =
⋙ jāgaryā
jāgaryā L. Sch.
jāghanī
jā́ghanī f. (fr. jaghána) a tail ŚBr. iii f. xii AitBr.vii KātyŚr. Mn. MBh.
• cf. prithu-jāghana
⋙ jāghanīguda
○guda n. sg. tail and anus KātyŚr.
jāṅgala
jāṅgala mfn. (fr. jaṅg○) arid, sparingly grown with trees and plants (though not unfertile
• covered with jungle W.) Mn. vii, 69 Yājñ. i, 320 Suśr. &c
• found or existing in a jungly district (water, wood, deer) Suśr.
• made of arid wood, coming from wild deer, i, iii Hcat. i, 5, 375
• wild, not tame W.
• savage W.
• m. the francoline partridge Siṃhâs. xxvi, 2
• N. of a man Śatr.x, I38 ff
• pl. N. of a people MBh. v, 2127 ; vi, 346 and 364 (cf. kuru-)
• n. venison Suśr.
• meat Bālar. iii, 3
• for ○gula, q.v
• (ī), f. Mucuna pruritus L.
• for ○gulī, q.v
• cf. ṛṣi-jāṅgalikī
≫ jāṅgalapathika
jāṅgalapathika mfn. going or brought through a jaṅgala-patha Pāṇ. 5-1, 77 Vārtt. 1
jāṅgali
jāṅgali m.= ○guli L.
⋙ jāṅgalika
jāṅgalika m.= ○gul○ L. Sch.
⋙ jāṅgalin
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≫ jāṅgula
jāṅgula n. (= jaṅg○) venom L.
• the fruit of the Jālinī L.
• (ā), f. knowledge of poisons Kām. vii, 10
• (ī), f. id. L. (vḷ. ○galī)
• Durgā (Gaurī Gal.) L.
• Luffa acutangula W.
≫ jāṅguli
jāṅguli m. a snake-charmer L.
≫ jāṅgulika
jāṅgulika m. id. Hcar. i, 517 KāśīKh. vli, 17
jāṅghalāyana
jāṅghalāyana m. patr. Pravar. v, 4 (cf. Kāty
• vḷ. ○ghrāyaṇa)
≫ jāṅghāprahatika
jāṅghāprahatika or mfn. (fr. jaṅghā-prahata or ○hṛta) produced by a blow with the leg, g. akṣadyūtâdi
⋙ jāṅghāprahritika
jāṅghāpraḍhritika mfn. (fr. jaṅghā-prahata or ○hṛta) produced by a blow with the leg, g. akṣadyūtâdi
≫ jāṅghi
jāṅghi metron. fr. jáṅghā g. bāhv-ādi
≫ jāṅghika
jāṅghika mfn. relating or belonging to the leg W.
• swift of foot, m. a courier Rājat. vii, 348 Siṃhâs. Introd. 41
• m. a camel L.
• a kind of antelope L.
jājanāga
jāja-nāga m. N. of a man Śatr.
jājamat
jājamat mfn. See √jam
jājala
jājala m. pl. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 144 Vārtt. 1) Jājalin's pupils (N. of a school of the AV.) Caraṇ.
≫ jājalāyani
jājalāyani m. patr. ft. ○la or ○li g. tikâdi (not in Gaṇap. and Gaṇaratnâv.)
≫ jājali
jājali m. N. of a teacher Pravar. v, 4 (?) MBh. xii, 9277 ff. Hariv. 7999 BhP. iv, 31, 2 VP. iii, 6, 11 VāyuP. i, 61, 52 BrahmaP.i, 16, 12 and 19
≫ jājalin
jājalin m. id. Pāṇ. 6-4, 144 Vārtt. 1
jājalla
jājalla m. N. of several princes (AḌ. 1114 &c.)
jājin
jājin m.= jaja Śiś. xix, 3
jājvalyamāna
jājvalyamāna See √jval
jāṭali
jāṭali m. f. = jhāṭ○ L.
jāṭalikā
jāṭalikā for jaṭ○, q.v
jāṭāsuri
jāṭâsuri m. patr. fr. jaṭâsura MBh. vii, 7856
⋙ jaṭikāyana
jaṭikāyana m. (fr. jaṭika) N. of the author of AV. vi, 116 (cf. Kauś. 9)
≫ jāṭilika
jāṭilika m. metron. fr. jaṭilikā g. sivâdi
≫ jāṭya
jāṭya mfn. = jaṭā-vat (cf. Sch.) Nir. i, 14
jāṭhara
jāṭhara mf(ī)n. being on or in or relating to the stomach or belly or womb (jaṭhára) MBh. xii, 9661 MārkP.ī, 37
• with agni, 'stomach fire', digestive faculty MBh. iii, 149 Suśr.
• hunger Pañcat. ii, 6, 50 (iv, 8, 3) BhP. iv
• m. 'womboffspring', a child, iii, 14, 38
• N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh. ix, 2564
≫ jātharya
jātharya n. morbid affection of the belly Suśr.
jāḍāyana
jāḍāyana m. patr. fr. jaḍa g. aśvâdi (tāḍ○ Kāś.)
≫ jāḍāra
jāḍāra Pāṇ. 4-1, 130 Pat. (vḷ. jāṇ○)
≫ jāḍya
jāḍya n. (g. dṛḍh^ādi) coldness W.
• chilliness KapS. i, 85
• stiffness, inactivity, insensibility Suśr. Pratāpar. Sāh. iii, 156
• absence of power of taste (in the tongue) Suśr. iv, 24, 12 and 38, 7
• dulness, stupidity MBh. xii, 6487 Hariv. 15815 Pañcat. &c
• absence of intellect or soul Vedântas.
⋙ jāḍyāri
jāḍyâri m. 'enemy of coldness', the citron tree L.
jāṇḍaka
jāṇḍaka m. N. of an animal Car. vi, 21, 115
• cf. śāṇḍika
⋙ jāṇḍāra
jāṇḍāra vḷ. for jāḍ○
jāta
jātá mfn. (√jan
• ifc. Pāṇ. 6-2, 171) born, brought into existence by (loc.), engendered by (instr. or abl.) RV. &c
• grown, produced, arisen, caused, appeared ib.
• ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-2, 5 Kāś. ; 36 Vārtt. 1 ; vi, 2, 170) See māsa-, saptâha-, &c
• appearing on or in VarBṛS. lī, 5 ff
• destined for (dat.) RV. iv, 20, 6 ; ix, 94, 4
• turning to (dat.) Sāh. iii, 58/59
• happened, become, present, apparent, manifest TS. VS. &c
• belonging to (gen.) RV. i, 83, 5 ; viii, 62, 10
• ready at hand Pañcat. ii, 16
• possessed of (instr.) MBh. iv, 379
• often ifc. instead of in comp. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-2, 36 Vārtt. 1 ; vi, 2, 170 f
• g. āhitâgny-ādi), e.g. kiṇa-, danta-, &c., qq.vv
• m. a son RV. ii, 25, 1 AV. xi, 9, 6 ŚBr. xiv Pañcat.
• a living being (said of men, rarely of gods) RV. iv, 2, 2 ; v, 15, 2 ; x, 12, 3 AV. xviii VS. viii, 36
• N. of a son of Brahmā PadmaP. v
• n. a living being, creature RV.
• birth, origin, i, 156, 2 and 163, 1 ; iii, 31, 3
• race, kind, sort, class, species, viii, 39, 6 AV. &c
• a multitude or collection of things forming a class (chiefly ifc., e.g. karma-', the whole aggregate of actions' Mn. vii, 61/62 sukha-, 'anything or everything included under the name pleasure' Gīt. x, 3) Mn. ix MBh. &c
• individuality, specific condition (vyakta) L.
• = -karman NārS.
• (impers. with double instr.) it turned out or happened that Rājat. v, 364 [Page 417, Column 3]
• (ā), f. a daughter W.
• [cf.-? ; Germ. Kind ; Lith. gentis.]
⋙ jātakarman
○karman n. a birth-ceremony (consisting in touching a newly-born child's tongue thrice with ghee after appropriate prayers) ŚāṅkhGṛ. Gṛihyās. Mn.ī, 27 and 29 Yājñ.i, 11 MBh. &c
• (cf RTL. pp. 353 & 357.)
⋙ jātakalāpa
○kalâpa mfn. having a tail (a peacock)
⋙ jātakāma
○kāma mfn. fallen in love,
⋙ jātakopa
○kopa mfn. enraged
⋙ jātakautuka
○kautuka mfn. delighted
⋙ jātakautūhala
○kautūhala mfn. being eagerly desirous R. i, 9, 23
⋙ jātakrodha
○krodha mfn. enraged
⋙ jātakṣobha
○kṣobha mfn. āgitated
⋙ jātatokā
○tokā f. (a woman) who has borne children L.
⋙ jātadanta
○danta mfn. (g. āhitâgny-ādi) having teeth growing (a child) Mn.v, 70
⋙ jātadoṣa
○doṣa mfn. guilty Mṛicch. viii, 32
⋙ jātanaṣṭa
○naṣṭa mfn. (nc sooner) appeared (than) disappeared Bhartṛ.
⋙ jātapakṣa
○pakṣa mfn. possessing wings MBh. xii, 9305
⋙ jātapāśa
○pāśa mfn. fettered Śak. i, 32 (vḷ.)
⋙ jātaputra
○putra mfn. having, a son, (f.) one who has brought forth son MānŚr. i, 5, 1 Kathās.
⋙ jātapratyaya
○pratyaya mfn. inspired with confidence Pañcat. i, 4, 16/17 iii, 9, 0/1
⋙ jātaprāya
○prāya mfn. almost happened Sāh.iii, 195
⋙ jātabala
○bala mfn. become strong Mn. xii, 101 Car. vi, 2
⋙ jātabrāhmaṇaśabda
○brāhmaṇaśabda mfn. 'grown up with the word brahmaṇa, constantly devoted to the Brāhmans Mn. x, 122,
⋙ jātabuddhi
○buddhi mfn. become wise MārkP. lxxiv, 49,
⋙ jātabhāva
○bhāva mfn.? BhP. iii: 23, 37
⋙ jātabhī
○bhī f. 'fearful', N. of a woman Hariv. (vḷ.)
⋙ jātamanmatha
○manmatha mfn. = -kāma MBh.
⋙ jātamātra
○mātra mf(ā)n. just or merely born Mn. ix, 106 MBh. i
• just or merely arisen or appeared Pañcat. Daś. VāyuP.
⋙ jātamāsā
○māsā f. (a woman or cow) having borne a month ago (= māsa-jātā) Gaṇar. 91 Sch.
⋙ jātamṛta
○mṛta mfn. dying immediately after birth Vishṇ. xxii, 26
⋙ jātarajas
○rajas f. a female who has the catamenia,
⋙ jātarasa
○rasa mfn. having taste or flavour Suśr. i, 44 f
⋙ jātarūpa
○rūpa mfn. beautiful, brilliant MBh. xiii, 4088
• golden Hcat. i, 11, 494
• n. gold ŚBr. xiv (oxyt.) Naigh. i, 2 (propar.) Kauś. Lāṭy. &c
• the thorn-apple W.
-tā f. the state of gold
-pariṣkṛta mfn. adorned with gold
-prabha mfn. 'shining like gold', orpiment Npr.
-maya mf(ī)n. golden AitBr. viii, 13 MBh. &c
-śila m. N. of a, golden mountain R. iv, 40, 52
⋙ jātaroma
○roma mfn. haired MBh. iii, 10053 (a- neg.)
⋙ jātaroṣa
○roṣa mfn. = -kopa R. i, 1, 4
⋙ jātavat
○vat mfn. born Pañcat. i, 5, 6
• containing a form of √jan AitBr. i, 16, = vāsaka n. a lying-in-chamber Kathās. Iv, 194
⋙ jātavāsagṛha
○vāsa-gṛha n. id., xxiii, 61,
⋙ jātavidyā
○vidyā́ f. knowledge of what exists RV. x, 71, 11 (cf. Nir. i, 8)
⋙ jātavinaṣṭa
○vinaṣṭa mfn. = -naṣṭa Pañcat. v, 1, 6
⋙ jātavibhrama
○vibhrama mfn. being in a flurry
⋙ jātaviśvāsa
○viśvāsa mfn. = -pratyaya
⋙ jātaveda
○veda mfn. granting wages (cf. Sch.) BhP. v, 7, 13
⋙ jātavedas
○vedas (○tá-), mfn. (fr. √vid, cl. 6) 'having whatever is born or created as his property', 'all-possessor' (or fr. √vid, cl. 2. 'knowing or known by all created beings'
cf. Nir. vii, 19 ŚBr. ix, 5, 1, 68 MBh. ii, 1146 &c
• N. of Agni) RV. AV. VS. &c
• m. fire MBh. &c
-tva n. the state of being jāta-vedas AitBr. iii, 36
⋙ jātavedasa
○"ṣvedasa mfn. belonging or relating to Jāta-vedas (tṛca) Nir. vii, 20
• (ī), f. Durgā MBh. vi, 802
⋙ jātavedasīya
○"ṣvedasī́ya n. '-"ṣsa' (scil. súkta) N. of a hymn ŚBr. xiii, 5, 1, 12: SāṅkhŚr. viii, x
⋙ jātavedasya
○"ṣvedasya mfn. = ○sa AitBr. ī. 39 ; iii, 36
⋙ jātavepathu
○vepathu mfn. affected with tremor
⋙ jātaveśman
○veśman n. = -vāsaka Kathās. xvii, lv
⋙ jātaśilā
○śilā f. a real or massive stone Gobh. iii, 9, 6
⋙ jātaśṛṅga
○śṛ́ṅga mfn. having horns L. (a- neg.)
⋙ jātaśmaśru
○śmaśru mfn. one whose beard has grown, g. āhitâny-ādi
⋙ jātaśrama
○śrama mfn. wearied, exhausted. =
⋙ jātasamavatsarā
○samavatsarā f. (a woman or cow) having had offspring a year ago (= saṃvatsara-jātā) Gaṇar. 91 Sch. = saṃvṛddha mfn. born and grown up R. i, 8, 8
⋙ jātasaṃkalpa
○saṃkalpa mfn. feeling a desire for, Nā. iii, 8
⋙ jātasasneha
○sa-sneha mfn. = -sneha MBh. iii, 11081
⋙ jātasādhvasa
○sādhvasa mfn. afraid
⋙ jātasena
○sena m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 114 Vārtt. 7,
⋙ jātasenya
○"ṣsenya m. patr. fr. -sena ib.
⋙ jātasneha
○sneha mfn. feeling, affection Kathās.
⋙ jātaspṛha
○spṛha mfn. = -saṃkalpa
⋙ jātaharṣa
○harṣa mfn. rejoiced
⋙ jātahāriṇī
○hāriṇī f. N. of a female demon who carries off new-born children MārkP. li
⋙ jātahārda
○hārda mfn. = -sneha,
⋙ jatāgas
jatâgas mfn. = ○ta-doṣa
⋙ jātāpatyā
jātâpatyā f. a woman who has borne a child L.
⋙ jātāparādha
jātâparādha mfn. = ○ta-doṣa
⋙ jatābhiṣaṅga
jatâbhiṣaṅga mfn. defeated Ragh. ii, 30
⋙ jātāmarṣa
jātâmarṣa mfn. = ○ta-kopa Jātâśru, mfn. being in tears Amar. 97
⋙ jātāstha
jātâstha mfn. taking into consideration Kathās.
⋙ jātāṣṭi
jātâṣṭi f. an oblation given at a child's birth, Vedantas. 10
⋙ jātaikabhakti
jātâikabhakti mfn. devoted exclusively to BhP. i, 13, 2
⋙ jātokṣa
jātôkṣa m. a young bullock Pāṇ. 5-4, 77. [Page 418, Column 1]
⋙ jātodaka
jātôdaka mfn. 'become (full of) water', dropsy Bhpr. vii, 53, 28 ff
≫ jātaka
jātaka mfn. ifc. engendered by, born under (an asterism) Mn. ix, 143 Cāṇ.
• m. a new-born child Kauś.
• a mendicant L.
• n. = ○ta-karman MBh. i, 949 BhP. v, 14, 33
• nativity, astrological calculation of a nativity VarBṛ. xxvi, 3 BhP. i Kathās. lxxii, 192 Rājat. vii, 1730
• the story of a former birth of Gautama Buddha Buddh. Kathās. lxxii, 120
• (ifc. after numerals) 'an aggregate of similar things', catur
⋙ jātakadhvani
○dhvani m. a leech W.
⋙ jātakapaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of wks. on nativities by Ananta and Keśava
⋙ jātakamuktāvalī
○muktâvalī f. N. of an astrological work by Siva-dāsa
⋙ jātakāmbhonidhi
jātakâmbhonidhi m. 'ocean of nativities', N. of an astrol. work by Bhadrabāhu
≫ jātāyana
jātāyana m. patr. fr. jāta g. aśvâdi
≫ jāti
jāti f. birth, production AitBr. ii, 39 Mn. MBh. (also ○tī, xiii f.) &c
• re-birth R. i, 62, 17 Kāraṇḍ. xxiii, 193
• the form of existence (as man, animal, &c.) fixed by birth Mn. iv, 148 f. Yogas. ii, 13
• (ifc.) Kathās. xviii, 98
• position assigned by birth, rank, caste, family, race, lineage KātyŚr. xv Mn. Yājñ. &c. (○tī MBh. xiv, 2549)
• kind, genus (opposed to species), species (opposed to individual), class Lāṭy. KātySr. Pāṇ. &c., (once ○tī ifc. MBh. vi, 456)
• the generic properties (opposed to the specific ones) Sarvad.
• natural disposition to Car. ii, 1
• the character of a species, genuine or true state of anything Yājñ. ii, 246 MBh. xii, 5334
• reduction of fractions to a common denominator
• a self-confuting reply (founded merely on similarity or dissimilarity) Nyāyad. v, 1 ff. Sarvad. xi, 10 and 34 Prab. Sch.
• (in rhet.) a particular figure of speech Sarasv. ii, 1
• a class of metres R. i, 4, 6 Kāvyâd. i, 11
• a manner of singing Hariv.
• a fire-place L.
• (= ○tī) mace, nutmeg Suśr.
• Jasminum grandiflorum L.
• = ○tī-phalā L.
• = kampilla L. cf. antya-, eka-, dvi- - [Lat. gens ; Lith. pri-gentis]
⋙ jātikośa
○kośa m. [Dhanv.] n. [Bhpr.v, 2, 54] a nutmeg
• (ī), f. mace L.
⋙ jātijānapada
○jānapada mfn. relating to the (4) castes and to the country Mn. viii, 41
⋙ jātitā
○tā f. distinction of caste W.
• generic property W.
⋙ jātitva
○tva n. = -tā W.
• abstraction Sarvad. xii, 162
⋙ jātidīpaka
○dīpaka n. a kind of simile in which two statements are made with respect to a generic word Kāvyâd. ii, 98 Sch.
⋙ jātidharma
○dharma m. caste, duty W.
• generic or specific property W.
⋙ jātidhvaṃsa
○dhvaṃsa m. loss of caste W.
⋙ jātiṃdhara
○ṃ-dhara m. N. of a physician (Suddhôdana in a former birth) Suvarṇapr. xvi ff
⋙ jātipattrī
○pattrī f. = -kośi Dhanv. Bhpr. v, 2, 57
⋙ jātiparivṛtti
○parivṛtti f. change or succession of births Āp. ii, 11, 10 f
⋙ jātiparṇī
○parṇī f. = -pattrī Npr.
⋙ jātiphala
○phala n. = -kośa L.
⋙ jātibrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa m. a Brāhman by birth (not by knowledge) TāṇḍyaBr. vi, 5, 8 Sch.
⋙ jātibhāj
○bhāj mfn. = janma-bh○ ŚārṅgP.
⋙ jātibhraṃśa
○bhraṃśa m. '= -dhvaṃsa', -kara mfn. causing loss of caste Mn. xi, 68 and 125
⋙ jātibhraṣṭa
○bhraṣṭa mfn. fallen from caste, AdhyR. i, 1, 56
⋙ jātimat
○mat mfn. of high birth or rank R. (G) ii, 75, 21
• belonging to a genus, what may be subordinated to a generic idea Sarvad. x, 9 Kaṇ. i, 1, 18 Sch. (-tva n. abstr.)
⋙ jātimaha
○maha m. birthday festival Buddh. L.
⋙ jātimātra
○mātra n. mere birth, position in life obtained by mere birth Hit. i, 4, 2
• caste only (but not the performance of especial duties) W.
• species, genus W.
-jīvin mfn. (a Brāhman) who lives only by his caste (without sacerdotal acts) L.
○trôpajīvin mfn. id. Mn. viii, 20 ; xii, 114
⋙ jātimālā
○mālā f. 'caste-garland', N. of wk. on the castes (cf. RTL. p. 207.)
⋙ jātilakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. generic or specific distinction, characteristic W.
• mark of tribe or caste W.
⋙ jātivacana
○vacana m. (scil. śabda) -śabda VPrāt. Sch.
⋙ jātivācaka
○vācaka mfn. expressing genus, generic (a name) W.
⋙ jātiviveka
○viveka m. N. of wk
⋙ jātivaira
○vaira n. natural enmity W.
⋙ jātivailakṣṇya
○vailakṣṇya n. conduct or quality at variance with birth or tribe W.
• incompatibility W.
⋙ jātiśabda
○śabda a word expressing the idea of species or genus L.
⋙ jātiśasya
○śasya for -sasya, q.v
⋙ jātisampanna
○sampanna mfn. belonging to a noble family Nal. MBh. xiii R. iii Jain.
⋙ jātisasya
○sasya n. = -kośa L.
⋙ jātisāra
○sāra n. id. L.
⋙ jātismara
○smara mf(ā)n. recollecting a former existence MBh. iii, 8180 Hariv. 1209 BhP. VP. Kathās.
• n. N. of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 8106
-tā f. recollection of a former existence, iii, 160 Hcat. i, 7, 692
-tva n. id. MBh. iii, 8107 ; xiii, 4836 Kathās.
-hrada m. N. of a pond MBh. iii, 8180
⋙ jātismaraṇa
○smaraṇa n= ○ra-tā xii, 6256 Hariv. 1211
⋙ jātisvabhāva
○svabhāva m. specific or generic character or nature,
⋙ jātihīna
○hīna mfn. of low birth or rank, iv, 141 ; x, 35
≫ jātī
jātī f. = ○ti, q.v
• Jasminum grandiflorum Hariv. 7891 Bhartṛ. BhP. x Amar. [Page 418, Column 2]
• mace, nutmeg Suśr. VarBṛS.
⋙ jātīkośa
○kośa m. (also n. L.) = ○ti-k○ Suśr. i, 46, 3, 64
⋙ jātīpattrī
○pattrī f. = ○ti-p○ Bhpr. v, 2, 56
⋙ jātīphala
○phala n. = ○ti-ph○ VarBṛS. xvi, 30
• lxxvi, 27 and 33 Pañcad.ī, 66
• (ā), f. Emblica officinalis L.
⋙ jātīrasa
○rasa m. gum-myrrh L.
⋙ jātīphalā
○phalā f. = ○tI.ph○ Npr.
≫ jātīya
jātīya mfn. ifc. (Acf. Prāt. iv, 28 Pāṇ. 5-3, 69 and 4, 9 ; vi, 3, 35 ; 42 and 46) belonging to any species or genus or tribe or order or race of KātyŚr. (anucara-) &c. ( evaṃ-guṇa-, evaṃ-, &c., paṭu-, samāna-, sva-, &c.)
• ifc. aged (aṣṭa-varṣa-, 8 years), Divyáv. xxxii, 135 f. (cf. 113 and 137)
• cf. vi
≫ jātīyaka
jātīyaka mf(ā)n. ifc. evaṃ-, of such a kind Bādar. iv, 2, 13 Sch.
⋙ jātṛ
jātṛ i, f. ○trī́, a mother AV.
≫ jāty
jāty in comp. for ○ti
⋙ jātyandha
○andha mfn. blind from birth MBh. i, xiii Cāṇ. Bhartṛ.
-badhira mfn. blind or deaf from birth Mn. ix, 201
⋙ jātyapahārin
○apahārin mfn. implying loss of caste, Vishn. v, 99
⋙ jātyaśva
○aśva m. a horse of good breed RV. i, 65, 3 Sāy.
⋙ jātyutkarṣa
○utkarṣa m. a higher caste Yājñ. i, 96
⋙ jātyutpala
○utpala n. a red and white lotus Npr.
≫ jātya
jā́tya mfn. ifc. = ○tīya, belonging to the family or caste of MBh. xiii R. ii, 50, 18 Pañcat.
• of the same family, related ŚBr. i, 8, 3, 6
• of a noble family, noble Ragh. xvii, 4
• of good breed R. ii, 45, 14
• legitimate, genuine, ? Mn. x, 5 MBh. v R. ii, 9, 40 (said of gold) Suśr.
• (in Gr.) = nitya, N. of the Svarita accent resulting in a fixed word (not by Sandhi, See kṣaipra) from an Udātta originally belonging to a preceding i or u, (e.g. kva fr. kúa
kanyā́ fr. kaníā) Prāt. MāṇḍŚ. vii, 5
• pleasing, beautiful L.
• best, excellent W.
• (in math.) rectangular
⋙ jātyaratnamaya
○ratna-maya mfn. consisting of genuine jewels HPariś. ii, 47
jātu
jā́tu ind. (√jan?, cf. janúṣā, s.v. ○nús) at all, ever RV. x, 27, 11 ŚBr. ii, 2, 2, 20 () MBh. v, 7071 Pañcat. i, 1, 6 (kiṃ tenajātena, what is the use at all of him born?)
• [when jā́tu stands at the beginning of a sentence the verb which follows retains its accent Pāṇ. 8-1, 47
• in connection with the Pot. and nâvakalpayāmi &c. (iii, 3, 147) or with the pr. (iii, 3, 142) jātu expresses censure, e.g. jātu vṛṣalaṃ yājayen na marṣayāmi 'I suffer not that he should cause an outcast to sacrifice' Kāś.
jātu yājayati vṛṣalam 'ought he to cause an outcast to sacrifice?' ib.]
• possibly, perhaps MBh. xii, 6739 (with api preceding) Kathās. (also with cid following)
• some day, once, once upon a time Kathās. Rājat. (also with cid following). najā́tu, not at all, by no means, never ŚBr. xiv Mn. MBh. &c. (also with cid following)
≫ jātū
jātū in comp. for ○tu = aśáni RV. i, 103, 3 Sāy.
⋙ jātūbharman
○bharman (○tū́-), mfn. ever nourishing or protecting, 3
⋙ jātūṣṭhira
○ṣṭhira (○tū́-), mfn. ever solid, never yielding, ii, 13, 11
jātuka
jātuka m. the plant from which Asa foetida (jat○) is obtained Car. i, 27, 92 (vvḷl. yāt and dhāt) Suśr. i, 46, 4, 65
• n. Asa foetida L.
≫ jātuki
jātuki m. pl. Jatuka's descendants Gaṇar. 28 Sch. (g. upakâdi)
⋙ jātuṣa
jātuṣa mf(ī)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 138) made of or covered with lac or gum (jatu) Gobh. iii, 8, 6 MBh. (with gṛha = jatu-g○) Pañcat. i, 1, 94
• adhesive Suśr. i, 27, 5
jātudhāna
jātu-dhāna for yāt○ Kād. ii, 250
jāturaki
jāturaki m. pl. Jaturaka's descendants Gaṇar. 30 Sch.
jātuṣa
jātuṣa See ○tuka
jātūkarṇa
jātūkarṇa m. (fr. jat○? g. gargâdi, v. l.) N. of an ancient teacher (one of the 28 transmitters of the Purāṇas VP. iii, 3, 19 ; vi, 8, 47 [○ṇya] VāyuP.i, 1, 8 ; 23, 201[○ṇya] DeviibhP.
• author of a law-book Yājñ. Sch.
• [○ṇya PārGṛ. Sch.]
• N. of a physician) MBh. ii, 109 Hariv. 2364 BhP. vi, 15, 13
• (= Agni-veśya) ix, 2, 21
• N. of Śiva
• (ī), f. N. of Bhava-bhūti's mother Mālatīm. i, 5/6
• mf(ī)n. of ○ṇya g. kaṇvâdi
≫ jātukarṇya
jātukarṇya m. (fr. jatū-karṇa g. gargâdi) N. of several preceptors and grammarians ( See also ○ṇa) ŚBr. xiv KātyŚr. iv, xx, xxv VPrāt. ŚāṅkhŚr.
SāṅkhGṛ., iv, 10, 3 AitĀr. v, 3 BrahmaP. ii, 12
• pl. Jātūkarṇya's family Pravar. vi, 1 and 6
jātūbharman
jātū́-bharman &c. See jā́tu
jātṛ
jātṛ jā́tya, See jātá
≫ jāna 1
jā́na n. birth, origin, birth place RV. i, 37, 9 and 95, 3 ; v, x AV. vii, 76, 5 ŚBr. iii, 2, 1, 40. [Page 418, Column 3]
≫ jāna 2
jāna m. (fr. jána) patr. of Vṛiśa (= vaijāna, 'son of Vijānā' Sch.) TāṇḍyaBr. xiii, 3 ArshBr.
≫ jānaka 1
jānaka m. (fr. janaká) patr. of Kratu-vid AitBr. vii, 34
• of Āyasthūṇa BṛĀrUp. (also ○ki)
• (ī), f. patr. of Sitā MBh. iii, 15872 R. iii, 51, 6 Ragh. xii, 61 ; xv, 74
• a metre of 4 X 24 syllables
≫ jānaki
jā́naki m. patr. of Kratu-jit TS. ii, 3, 8, 1
• of Āyasthūṇa ŚBr. xiv (once ○kí)
• of a king MBh. i, 2675 ; v, 83
• pl. N. of a subdivision of the Tri-garta people Pāṇ. 5-3, 116 Kāś. (vḷ. jālaki)
≫ jānakī
jānakī f. of ○ka, q.v
⋙ jānakīgītā
○gītā f. 'Sītā-song', N. of wk
⋙ jānakīdehabhūṣa
○deha-bhūṣa m. 'body-ornament of Sitā', Rāma RāmatUp. i, 32
⋙ jānakīnātha
○nātha m. 'Sitā's lord', Rāma, ii, 1, 5 Sch.
-liṅga n. N. of a Liṅga KapSaṃh.
-śarman m. N. of the author of Siddhanta-mañjari
⋙ jānakīpariṇaya
○pariṇaya m. 'Sītā's marriage', N. of a drama
⋙ jānakīmantra
○mantra m. a Mantra addressed to Sitā, RamatUp. i, 29 Sch.
⋙ jānakīrāghava
○rāghava n. N. of a drama Sāh. vi, 98 3/5
⋙ jānakīramacandravilāsa
○rama-candra-vilāsa m. N. of Mahān. ii
⋙ jānakīvallabha
○vallabha m. 'Sītā's lover', Rāma, Rāmapūjāśar
⋙ jānakīśa
○"ṣśa (○kI7z○), m= -nātha, AdhyR. i, 1, 1
⋙ jānakīsahasranāmastotra
○sahasra-nāma-stotra n. a hymn containing the 1000 names of Sītā Tantr.
⋙ jānakīsvayaṃvara
○svayaṃvara m. 'Sītā's, husband-choice', N. of Mahān. i
⋙ jānakīharaṇa
○haraṇa n. 'carrying off of Sitā', N. of a poem Uṇ. iii, 73 Sch.
≫ jānakīya
jānakīya m. a prince of the Jānakis Pāṇ. 5-3, 116 Kāś.
⋙ jānaṃtapi
jānaṃtapi m. (fr. janaṃ-tapa) patr. of Aty-arāti AitBr. viii, 23, 9
≫ jānapada
jā́napada mfn. (g. utsâdi) living in the country (jana-padá), m. inhabitant of the country MBh. (cf. Nal. xxvi, 30) R. Ragh. BhP.
• belonging to or suited for the inhabitants of the country Mn. viii, 41 R. i, 12, 13
• m. one who belongs to a country, subject ŚBr. xiv Yājñ. ii, 36 MBh. xii R.
• (ī), f. (= vṛtti, oxyt. Pāṇ. 4-1, 42) a popular expression (scil. ā-khyā) Lāṭy.viii, 3, 9
• N. of an Apsaras MBh. i. 5076
⋙ jānapadika
jānapadika mfn. relating to a country or to its subjects, xi, 71 ; xii, 7464 and 12496
⋙ jānarājya
jā́narājya Jaánarājya, n. (fr. jana-rā́jan) sovereignty VS.ix, 40 MaitrS. ii, 6, 6
⋙ jānavādika
jānavādika mfn. knowing popular report (jana-vāda), g. kathâdi
≫ jānaśruti
jānaśruti m.patr. fr. Jana-śruta ChUp.iv, 1, 1
≫ jānaśruteya
jānaśruteyá m. (fr. jana-śrutā or jānaśruti) N. of Anpāvi or Upāvi ŚBr. v, 1, 1, 5 ff. AitBr. i, 25
≫ jānāyana
jānāyana m. patr. fr. jana g. aśvâdi
≫ jānārdana
jānârdana m. patr. fr. jan○, Pradyumna MBh.
≫ jāni
jāni ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 134) = jáni, a wife Ragh xv, 61 (an-anya- mfn. 'having no other wife') Kathās. īc Rājat. i, 258
• cf. arundhatī, bhádrayúva, ví-, vittá-, sumáj-, saptá-
• a- and dvi-jā́ni
≫ jānī 1
jānī f. a mother L.
⋙ jānukā
jā́nukā f. (a woman) bringing forth MaitrS. i, 4, 8 ĀpŚr. i, 10, 11
jānaka 2
jānaka m. (√jñā) knower (a Buddha) Divyāv. xiii, 348 ; xxi, 13
• pl. the Buddhists Sūtrakṛit. i, 1, 18 (Prākṛit)
≫ jānat
jānát mfn. pr. p. P, √jnā, q.v
⋙ jānanti
jānanti m. (fr. jānát) N. of a teacher ĀśvGṛ. iii, 4, 4 BṛNārP. xxxiii
⋙ jānāna
jānāná mfn. pr. p. Ā. √jñā, q.v
jānī 2
jānī (in colophons) corrupted fr. yajñika
jānu
jā́nu n. (rarely m. MBh. iv, 1115 Rājat. iii, 345) the knee RV. x, 15, 6 AV.ixf. VS. &c. (○nubhyām avaniṃ-√gam 'to fall to the ground on one's knees' MBh., xiii, 935)
• (as a measure of length) = 32 Aṅgulas Śulbas.
• [cf.? Lat.genu ; Goth. kniu ; Germ. Knie.]
⋙ jānucalana
○calana n. balancing on the knees Pañcat. v, 9, 1/0
⋙ jānujaṅgha
○jaṅgha m. N. of a king MBh. i, 230 ; xiii, 7684
⋙ jānudaṅgha
○daṅghá mf(ī)n. reaching up or down to the knees TS. v, 6, 8, 3 ŚBr. ix, xii TĀr. i, 25 BrahmaP.
• (e), Ioc. ind. as far up as the knee ApŚr. xv, 13, 3
○nâmbhas mfn. having water up to one's knee Rājat. viii, 3186
⋙ jānupracalana
○pracalana n. v, l. for -cal○
⋙ jānuprahṛta
○prahṛta g. akṣa-dyūtâdi (not in Gaṇar.)
○tika mfn. ib. -phalaka n. the knee-pan W.
⋙ jānumaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. id. Buddh. L.
⋙ jānumātra
○mātrá mfn. reaching up to the knee ĀśvGṛ. ii, 8 ; iv, 4
• n. the height of the knee ŚBr. xii, 8, 3, 20
⋙ jānuśiras
○śiras n. = -phalaka AśvŚr. i, 4, 8
⋙ jānusaṃdhi
○saṃdhi m. the knee-joint W.
≫ jānuka
jānuka n. (g. yāvâdi) the knee VarBṛS. lviii (in comp.)
• ifc. (f. ā) Hcat.i, 7, 354 (cf. ūrdhva-, virala-)
• m. N. of a man Śak. vi, 1/2
≫ jānv
jānv in comp. for ○nu
⋙ jānvakna
○akna mfn. = -âk○ ĀpŚr. x, 9, 2
⋙ jānvasthi
○asthi n. the shin-bone, i, 3, 17
⋙ jānvākna
○âkná mfn. having the knees bent ŚBr. iii, 2, 1, 5
jānukā
jā́nukā See jātṛ. [Page 419, Column 1]
≫ jānevādika
jānevādika
⋙ jānov
jāḍnov○ = jānav○ g. katkâdi
jāṃdhita
jāṃ-dhitá See
jānya
jānya v. l. for janya, q.v
jāpa
jāpa m. (√jap) 'whispering', See karṇa-
• muttering prayers L. a muttered prayer L. (cf. R. i, 51, 27 for japa
• See also jāpya)
≫ jāpaka
jāpaka mfn. muttering prayers or names of a deity (in comp.), m. a priest who mutters prayers MBh. xii, 7153 f. BhP. ix, 6, 10 Kathās. lxix NṛisUp. Hcat.
• relating to a muttered prayer. MBh. xii, 7249 and 7336
• n. vḷ. for jāyaka L.
≫ jāpin
jāpin mfn. ifc. muttering Yājñ. iii Kathās.
≫ jāpya
jāpya mfn. to be muttered BhP. i, 19, 38
• (fr. jāpa) relating to a muttered prayer MBh. xii, 7260
• n. a prayer to be muttered, muttering of prayers MBh. xiii, 6232 R. i, 29, 32 (vḷ. jāpa) BhP. viii, 3, 1
jāpana
jāpana n. for yāp○, rejection L.
• dismissing L.
• completing L.
jābāla 1
jābāla m.= ajā-pāla L.
jābāla 2
jābālá m. (fr. jabālā) metron. of Mahā-śāla ŚBr. x
• of Satya-kāma, xiii f. AitBr. viii, 7 ChUp.
• N. of the author of a law-book Kull. on Mn. ii, iv f. Parāś. iii Sch. (pl.)
• of the author of a medicinal work BrahmavP. i, 16, 12 and 18
• pl. N. of a school of the Yajur-veda Caraṇ. Pravar. iv, 1
• cf. mahā-
⋙ jābālaśruti
○śruti f. tradition as handed down by the Jābālas Parāś. ii Sch. Mn. vi, 38/39 Yājñ. iii, 57/58
⋙ jābālopaniṣad
jābālôpaniṣad f. N. of an Up. MuktUp. i, 7 and 16
• ii
≫ jābālāyana
jābālāyana N. of a teacher BṛArUp. iv, 6, 2
≫ jābāli
jābāli m. patr. fr. jabāla (cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 58 Vārtt. 1 Pat.), N. of an ancient sage (author of a law-book PadmaP. Mn. iv, 82/83 MBh. iii, 8265 ; xiii, 254 VarBṛS. vlī Kād.
• N. of an infidel Brāhman (priest of Daśa-ratha, who ineffectually tried after his death to shake Rāma's resolution and induce him to take the throne) R. i, 11, 6 and 69, 4 ; ii, 67, 2
⋙ jābālīśvara
jābālī7śvara n. N. of a Liṅga KāśīKh. lxv
≫ jābālin
jābālin m. plṆ. of Jābāla's school MuktUp.ī, 4
jāmadagna
jāmadagná mf(ī́)n. derived from or produced, by Jamad-agni (or Jāmadagnya, g. kaṇvâdi) ŚBr. xiii, 2, 2, 14 ĀśvŚr. iii, 2
• m. N. of a Catur-aha KātyŚr. xxiii, 2 Lāṭy. ix
• pl. (g. kaṇvâdi) Jamad-agni's descendants ĀśvŚr. xii, 10
≫ jāmadagniya
jā́madagniya patr. fr. Jamad-agni TS. vii, 1
≫ jāmadagneya
jāmadagneya m. id. R. i, 74, 17
≫ jāmadagnya
jāmadagnya mfn. belonging or relating to Jamad-agni or to his son Jāmadagnya MBh. i, 332 Hariv. 2313 R. i, 75, 3
• m. (g. gargâdi) = ○gniya ĀśvGṛ. i, 7 KātyŚr. iii, 3, 12/13
• Rāma (Paraśu.) RAnukr. MBh. iii, vii R. if. BhP. ix
• N. of a Catur-aha Maś. vii, 5
• pl. Jamad-agni's descendants Pravar. i
⋙ jāmadagnyadvādaśī
○dvādaśī f. the 12th day in the light (?) half of Vaiśākha VarP. xliv
≫ jāmadagnyaka
jāmadagnyaka m. -"ṣgniya AgP. xlī, 24
≫ jāmadagnyāyita
jāmadagnyāyita n. the act of killing after the manner of Paraśu-Rāma Rājat. vii, 1506
jāmarya
jā́marya, mfn. (milk) RV. iv, 3, 9
jāmala
jāmala n. for yām○
jāmā
jāmā f. a daughter MBh. xiii, 2474
≫ jāmātṛ
jā́mātṛ m. (jā́-m○ 'maker of new offspring' Nir. vi, 9
• cf. yām○ and ví-jām○) a son-in-law RV. viii, 2, 20 and (Tvashṭṛi's son-in-law = Vāyu) 26, 21 f. Yājñ. i, 220 MBh. &c. (acc. sg. ○tāram R.
• pl. ○taras Kathās.)
• a brother-in-law R. vii, 24, 30 and 34
• a husband L.
• Scindapsus officinalis L.
⋙ jāmātṛtva
○tva n. the relationship of a son-in-law Pañcat. i
≫ jāmātṛka
jāmātṛka m. = yām○ i, 5, 6/7 (v. l. ○tṛ)
≫ jāmi
jāmí mfn. related like brother and sister, (f. with [RV. i, iii, ix] or without svásṛ) a sister, (rarely m.) a brother RV. ('sisters', = fingers
• '7 sisters' = 7 acts of devotion in Soma worship, ix, 66, 8
• cf. saptá-) AV.
• related (in general), belonging or peculiar to, customary, usual, (m.) a relative RV. (cf. jāṃ-dhitá s.v. )
• f. a female relative of the head of a family, esp. the daughter-in-law Mn. iii, 57f. MBh. xiii, xv BhP. iv, 28, 16
• a sister (?) Yājñ.i, 157
• a virtuous woman L.
• N. of a goddess TBr. i, 7, 2, 6 (cf. ○mī)
• n. the relation of brother and sister, consanguinity RV. iii, 54, 9 ; x, 10, 4
• (in Gr. and in liturgy) uniformity, repetition, tautology TS. TBr. ŚBr. AitBr. Lāṭy. Nir.
• water Naigh. i, 12 (vḷ. ○mi-vat)
• ef. á-, ví-, saptá-, samāvaj-, su-, sóma-
deva-jāmí ; [Lat. ge minus.] [Page 419, Column 2]
⋙ jāmikṛt
○kṛ́t mfn. creating relationship AV. iv, 19, 1
⋙ jāmitva
○tvá n. consanguinity RV. i, 105, 9 and 166, 13 ; x, 55, 4 and 64, 13
⋙ jāmivat
○vát ind. like a sister or brother, 23, 7
• n. for jāmí, q.v
⋙ jāmiśaṃsa
○śaṃsá m. curse pronounced by a relative AV. ii, 10, 1 ff. ; ix, 4, 15
≫ jāmī
jāmī f. = ○mi, a daughter-in-law MBh. xii, 8868
• N. of an Apsaras Hariv. iii, 69, 6
• for yām○, q.v
⋙ jāmeya
jāmeya m. a sister's son L.
jāmitra
jāmitra n. (fr. ?) the 7th lunar mansion VarBṛS. VarBṛ. Laghuj. Kum. vii, 1
jāmuna
jāmuna mfn. = yām○ Ratnak.
jāmba
jāmba fr. jamba Uṇ. iv, 95/96
⋙ jāmbavat
○vat m. N. of a monkey-chief (son of Pitā-maha
• father of Jāmba-vatī) MBh. iii, 16115 Hariv. 2065ff. and 6701 R. iv, vi BhP. viii VP. Śatr. x, 934
⋙ jāmbavata
○"ṣvata m. patr. fr. -vat g. arīhaṇâdi
• (ī), f. Jāmbavat's daughter (Kṛishṇa's wife, Sāmba's mother) MBh. iii, xiii Hariv. VP. Śatr. x, 934
• = ○bavii L.
⋙ jāmbavataka
○"ṣvataka = jāmbavatā nirvṛtta g. arīhṇâdi
≫ jāmbava 1
jāmbava m. = ○ba-vat R. v Bhaṭṭ. vii, 35
≫ jāmbavatī
jāmbavatī f. of ○ta s.v, jāmba
⋙ jāmbavatīpati
○pati m. 'husband of Jāmbavati', Kṛishṇa Gal.
⋙ jāmbavatīvijaya
○vijaya m. N. of a poem by Paṇini L. Sch.
⋙ jāmbavatīharaṇa
○haraṇa n. N. of wk. Gaṇar. Sch.
jāmbava 2
jāmbava mfn. coming from the Jambū tree Suśr. i, 45, 10, 18
• n. N. of a town Pāṇ. ii, 4, 7 Kāś.
• (iv, 3, 165) a Jambū fruit Suśr. i, iv
• (= ○būnada) gold L.
• (ī), f. Artemisia vulgaris, Alpinia nutans L.
⋙ jāmbavoṣṭha
jāmbavoṣṭha
⋙ jāmbavauṣṭha
jāmbaḍvâuṣṭha n. 'lip (oṣṭha) made of Jambū wood', a cauterizing needle or probe Suśr. (also ○boṣṭha and ○baū7ṣṭha)
≫ jāmbavaka
jāmbavaka N. of a place, g. arihaṇâdi
jāmbila
jā́mbila n. (corr. fr. jānu-bila) the knee-joint MaitrS. iii, 15, 3
• (○bīla) VS. xxv, 3 ['knee-pan' Sch.] and Kāṭh. v, 13, 1
jāmbīra
jāmbīra n. = jam○, a citron Sch.
jāmbīla
jā́mbīla n. s. ○bila
• saliva (?) Vait.
jāmbuka
jāmbuka mfn. coming from a jackal (jam○) MBh. xii, 5779
jāmbudvīpaka
jāmbudvīpaka mfn. dwelling in Jambū-dviipa Kāraṇḍ. iii, 15f. ; xiv, 17
• xvii
• xxiii
jāmbuvat
jāmbu-vat ○tī, for ○ba-v○
jāmbūnada
jāmbūnada mfn. coming from the river (nadī) Jambū (kind of gold), n. gold from the Jāmbū river, any gold MBh. Hariv. 13099 R. BhP. v, 16, 21
• mf(ī)n. = -maya MBh. i, xii f. Hariv. 8419 R. v, 7, 19
• m. N. of a son of Janam-ejaya MBh. i, 3745
• = -parvata Hariv. 12829
• n. a golden ornament Śiś. iv, 66
• thornapple L.
• N. of a lake MBh. v, 3843
• (i), f. N. of a river, vi, 338
⋙ jāmbūnadaparvata
○parvata m. N. of a mountain, iii, 10835
⋙ jāmbūnadaprabha
○prabha mfn. of golden splendour R. i, 38, 19 (in comp.)
• m. N. of a Buddha SaddhP. vi, 24/25
⋙ jāmbūnadamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of Jāmbūnada gold, golden MBh. Hariv. 6918 R. Pañcat. iii, 6, 0/1
≫ jāmbeya
jāmbeya m. metron. fr. Jambū Pāṇ. iv, 1, 114 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
jāmboṣṭha
jāmboṣṭha &c. See ○mbava
jāmbha
jāmbha patr. fr. jambha g. śivâdi
jāyaka
jāyaka n. a yellow kind of fragrant wood L. (vv. ll. jāpaka and jāṣaka)
jāyadratha
jāyadratha mfn. belonging to Jayad-ratha JaimBhār. lxxvi, 1
≫ jāyanta
jāyanta m. (fr. jay○) patr. of Bharata BhP. x
≫ jāyantīputra
jāyantī-putra m. N. of a teacher BṛĀrUp. vi
≫ jāyanteya
jāyanteya m. metron. fr. jayantī BhP. v, xi
jāyamāna
jā́yamāna mfn. pr. p. √jan, q.v
≫ jāyampatī
jāyam-patī m. du. (formed after dám-p○) = ○yA-p○ Kāṭh. vi, 4 (cf. ○yām-patika.)
≫ jāyā
jāyā́ f. 'bringing forth (cf. Mn. ix, 8)', a wife RV. AV. ŚBr. &c
• (in astron.) the 7th lunar mansion VarBṛ. Laghuj. i, 15
⋙ jāyāghna
○ghna mfn. a wife-murderer Pāṇ. 3-2, 52
• m. a mole indicative of a wife's death, 53 Kāś.
⋙ jāyājīva
○"ṣjīva (○yâj○), mfn. 'earning a living by his wife', a dancer L.
cf. Mn. viii, 362
⋙ jāyātva
○tva n. the character or attributes of a wife, ix, 8 MBh. i, 3024
⋙ jāyānujīvin
○"ṣnujīvin (jāyânujīvin), m. = -"ṣjīva L.
• the husband of a harlot L.
• a pauper L.
• the crane Ardea nivea L.
• = āśvina L.
⋙ jāyāpatī
○patī́ m. du. (g. rājadantâdi) wife and husband ŚBr. iv, 6, 7, 9 Kapishṭh. iv, 3 Āp. Divyâv. xviii, 583. [Page 419, Column 3]
⋙ jāyāmpatika
○m-patika n. sg. id., 585 and 592
• cf. ○yam-patī
jāyala
jāyala m. pl.= jājala Caraṇ.
jāyā
jāyā́ See above
jāyānya
jāyā́nya m. a kind of disease AV. vii, 76, 3ff. ; xix, 44, 2
• (jāyénya TS. ii, 3 and 5, )
jāyin
jāyin mfn. (√ji) ifc. conquering, subduing ŚBr. xiv MBh. iii
• m. N. of a Dhruvaka
≫ jāyu
jāyú mfn. = ○yuka RV. i, 67, 1 ; 119, 3 and, 135, 8
• m. a medicine Uṇ. i, 1/2
• a physician ib.
≫ jāyuka
jā́yuka mfn. victorious MaitrS. iii, 1, 9
jāyeya
jāyéya See jāyā́nya
jāra 1
jā́ra mfn. (√jṝ) becoming old RV. x, 106, 7
• (○rá) m. (= jarayitṛ', a consumer' Nir. v, x Pāṇ. 3-3, 20 Vārtt. 4) a paramour, lover RV. (Agni is called 'paramour of the dawn'
• also 'of the waters', i, 46, 4
• 'of his parents', x, 11, 6
• &c.) VS. TBr. i Lāṭy. i, 4, 4
• a confidential friend RV. x, 7, 5, and 42, 2
• a parmour of a, married woman ŚBr. xiv Lāṭy. i Yājñ. &c. (ifc. f. ā Rājat. vi, 321 Hit.)
• (ī), f. N. of Durgā L.
• of a plant L.
⋙ jāragarbha
○garbha m. a child by a paramour, bastard Nār. (cf. Parāś. i, 38/39, 1, 31)
• (ā), f. (a woman) pregnant by a paramour ib. (v. l.)
⋙ jāraghnī
○ghnī f. (a woman) who has killed her paramour, SāṅkhGṛ. i, 16, 4 PārGṛ.i, 11, 3
⋙ jāraja
○ja m.= -garbha Pañcat. Introd. 6 Mn. iii, 158/159
⋙ jārajanman
○janman m. id. Bhām. iv, 46
⋙ jārajāta
○jāta m. id. VarYogay. iv, 47
• a plagiarist
⋙ jārajātaka
○jātaka mfn. begotten by a paramour Mn. ix, 143
• m. a plagiarist
⋙ jāratā
○tā f. a love-affair with (in comp.) Daś. vii, 64
⋙ jāradvaya
○dvaya n. a couple of paramours
⋙ jārabharā
○bharā f. (g. pacâdi) an adulteress W.
≫ jāra 2
jāra m. (fr. jara) patr. of Vṛiśa RAnukr.
≫ jāraka
jāraka mfn. causing decay W.
• digestive W.
≫ jāraṇa
jāraṇa n. causing decay W.
• condiment, a digester W.
• oxydizing of metals
• (ā), f.id. Sarvad. ix, 33
• (i), f. a kind of cumin-seed L.
≫ jāratineya
jāratineya m. patr. ft. Jaratin, g. śubhrâdi
• metron. fr. Jarati, g. kalyāṇy-ādi
⋙ jāratkārava
jāratkāravá m. (g. śivâdi) patr. fr. Jaratkāru ŚBr. xiv, 6, 2
≫ jāradgava
jāradgava mf(ī)n. with viithi = jaradgava-v○ VarBṛS. ix, 3
⋙ jāradvṛkṣa
jāradvṛkṣa mfn. fr. jar○ Pāṇ. 4-3, 156 Vārtt. 3 Pat.
⋙ jāramāṇa
jāramāṇa n. a kind of dance
⋙ jāramaṇya
jāramaṇya m. patr. fr. jar○ g. gargâdi
≫ jāraya
jāraya Nom. (aor. Pass. ○yā́yi) to cherish RV. vi, 12, 4
⋙ jārayanmakha
jārayán-makha mfn. ? performing sacrifices (cf. Sāy
• 'm. N. of a man' Gmn.), x, 172, 2
≫ jārāsaṃdhi
jārāsaṃdhi m. (fr. jarā-saṃdha) patr. of Saha-deva MBh. ii, vff
⋙ jārinī
jārínī f. a woman who has a paramour RV. x, 34, 5
⋙ jāruja
jāru-ja mfn. = jarāyuja AitUp. v, 3
⋙ jārya
jāryá n. (fr. jārá) intimacy RV. v, 64, 2 [mfn. 'to be praised', fr. √3. jrī Sāy.]
jārudhi
jārudhi m. N. of a mountain BhP.
≫ jārūthī
jārūthī f. N. of a town MBh. iii, 489 (= Hariv. 9136) R. vi, 109, 50
≫ jārūthya
jārūthya mfn. (said of the Aśva-medha) 'in which 3 kinds of Dakshiṇā are given', or 'rich in meat or in donations of meat (járūtha)' MBh. iii, 16601 ; vii, 2232 ; xii, 952 Hariv. 2344 R. vi 113, 10
• m. N. of a prince of Ayodhyā Hcar. vi
jārtika
jārtika vḷ. for jart○
jārya
jāryá See above
jāryaka
jāryaka for jāhaka Rājat. v, 321
jāla 1
jāla mfn. watery MBh. iii, 11967
jāla 2
jāla n. a net (for catching birds, fish &c.) AV. viii, x KātyŚr. PārGṛ. &c
• a hairnet Āp.
• a net (fig.), snare Yājñ. iii, 119 MBh. iii, 25 R. v Bhartṛ. &c
• (in anat.) the omentum Bhpr. ii, 310
• a cob-web W.
• any reticulated or woven texture, wire-net, mail-coat, wire-helmet MBh. vff. Hariv. Kum. vii, 59
• a lattice, eyelet. R. iii, 61, 13 VarBṛS. lvi, 22
• a lattice-window Mn. viii, 132 Yājñ. i, 361 Vikr. &c
• 'the web or membrane on the feet of water-birds', See -pāda the finger- and toe-membrane of divine beings and godlike personages Śak. vii, 16
• lion's mane Kathās. lxxv
• a bundle of buds W.
• (chiefly ifc.) collection multitude MBh. &c
• deception, illusion magic Daś. viii, 42 Kathās. xxiv, 199
• pride W.
• for jāta, kind, species ŚvetUp. v, 3 R. ii
• m. (g jvalâdi) Nauclea Cadamba L.
• a small cucumber. L. Sch.
• (i), f. a kind of cucumber L.
• cf. [áyo- indra-, giri-, bṛhaj-
⋙ jālakarman
○karman n. 'net-occupation', fishing MBh. xiii, 2653. [Page 420, Column 1]
⋙ jālakāra
○kāra m. 'webmaker', a spider Kathās. lxx, ci
⋙ jālakāraka
○kāraka m. id., lxx
⋙ jālakīṭa
○kīṭa m. N. of an Udicya-grāma, g. palady-ādi
• mfn. ib.
⋙ jālakṣīrya
○kṣīrya n. N. of a plant with a poisonous juice Suśr. v, 2, 8
⋙ jālagardabha
○gardabha m. a kind of pimple, ii, 13, 12 ; iv, 20, 5
⋙ jālagavākṣa
○gavâkṣa m. a lattice-window Kathās.
⋙ jālagavākṣaka
○gavâkṣaka m. id. VarBṛS. lvi, 22
• (ifc.) Kathās. lxxxvi
⋙ jālagonikā
○gonikā f. a kind of churning-vessel L.
⋙ jāladaṇḍa
○daṇḍá m. a net-pole AV. viii, 8, 5 and 12
⋙ jālapad
○pad (nom. pād), m. 'web-footed', a goose L.
⋙ jālapada
○pada N. of a locality, g. varaṇâdi (v. l. ○dī)
• mfn. ib.
• (ī), f. of -pāda g. kumbhapady-adi
⋙ jālapāda
○pāda m. (g. hastyādi) a web-footed bird (goose &c.) Gaut. Mn. v, 13 Yājñ. i, 174 Hariv. 8610 Daś.: VarP.
• N. of a magician Kathās. xxvi, 196: -bhuja mfn. having toe- and finger-membranes MBh. xii, 13339
⋙ jālapāśa
○pāśa m. pl. the single woven lines of a cob-web Kathās. lxx
⋙ jālapura
○pura n. N. of a town Kathās. lvi
⋙ jālaprāyā
○prāyā f. 'chiefly wire-net', chain-armour L.
⋙ jālabaddha
○baddha mfn. caught in a net
⋙ jālabandha
○bandha m. a snare Caṇḍ. ii, 2
⋙ jālamālā
○mālā f. a net
⋙ jālavat
○vat mfn. furnished with a net Suśr. i, 23, 7 (ifc.) Kathās. lx
• covered with iron net-work MBh. vi, 747
• furnished with lattice-windows Ragh. vii, 5
• cunning, deceptive ŚvetUp. iii, 1
⋙ jālavarvurika
○varvurika ○rvūraka m. a kind of Varvūra plant L.
⋙ jālasarasa
○sarasa n. (saras)? Vop. vi, 45 and 51
⋙ jālahāsinī
○hāsinī f. N. of a wife of Kṛishṇa Hariv. 9179 (vḷ. cāru-h○)
⋙ jālākṣa
jālâkṣa a lattice window BhP. viii, 15, 19
⋙ jālāṅgulika
jālâṅgulika mfn. = ○la-pāda-bhuja Lalit. vii, 445
⋙ jālāmukha
jālâmukha = ○lâkṣa BhP. x, 41, 22
⋙ jālāvanaddha
jālâvanaddha mfn. = ○lâṅgulika Divyâv. iii, 18
≫ jālaka
jālaká n. a net, woven texture, web (also fig., 'a multitude', e. g. of tears running down the cheeks &c.) ŚBr. xiv, 6, 11, 3
R. Suśr. Śak. Ragh. Ṛitus.
• (ifc.) Kathās.
• a lattice, eyelet Pañcat. iii, 7, 40
• a lattice-window (m. L.) Śiś. ix, 39
• a bundle of buds Megh. Mālav. v, 4
• 'a kind of pearl-ornament', See -mālin
• a nest L.
• a plantain L.
• illusion L.
• pride L.
• m. N. of a tree BhP. viii, 2, 18
• i. (ikā), f. a net (for catching birds &c.) Kathās. lxi (cf. mṛga-jālikā)
• a veil, SāṅkhGṛ. i, 14, 12/13 a kind of cloth or raiment W.
• chainarmour R. iii, 28, 26
• a spider L.
• plantain L.
• a multitude Kād. iv, 145
• a widow L.
• iron W.
• = komāsikā L.
⋙ jālakagardabha
○gardabha m. = ○la-g○ Car. vi, 17, 92
⋙ jālakamālin
○mālin mfn. adorned with a kind of pearl-ornament ('veiled' W.) BhP. viii, 20, 17
≫ jālakita
jālakita mfn. covered with (in comp.) as with a net Hcar. viii
⋙ jālakinī
jālakinī f. an ewe L.
⋙ jālāya
jālāya Nom. ○yate, to form a net-like enclosure Gīt. iv, 10
≫ jālika
jālika mf(ī)n. deceptive, m. a cheat, g. parpâdi
• m. (g. vetanâdi) 'living on his net', a birdcatcher Caṇḍ. ii, 2
• a spider L.
• = grāma-jālin L.
≫ jālin
jālin mfn. having a net W.
• retiform W.
• having a window W.
• deceptive W.
• (inī), f. (scil. piḍakā) N. of certain boils appearing in the Prameha disease Car. i, 17, 80 and 83 Suśr. ii, 6, 8 and 10
• a species of melon (having a reticulated rind) ib.
• a painted room or one ornamented with pictures L.
⋙ jālinīmukha
jālinī-mukha m. N. of a mountain Kāraṇḍ.
≫ jālya
jālya mfn. liable to be caught in a net MBh. xii
jālaki
jālaki Vḷ. for jānaki, q.v
jālaṃdhara
jālaṃdhara m. = jal, N. of an Asura PadmaP. v, 141 f
• = ○ri, Toḍ
• a kind of Mudrā, Haṭhapr. iii, 6
• pl. N. of the 12 Ādityas when born as men Vīrac. xxviii
• N. of a people = tri-garta L.) Romakas. Rājat. iv, 177: viii, 1653 Ratnak.
• n. N. of a Tirtha MatsyaP. xiii, 46
≫ jālaṃdharāyaṇa
jālaṃdharāyaṇa patr. fr. jalaṃ-dhara g. naḍâdi
⋙ jālaṃdharāyaṇaka
jālaṃdhaḍrāyaṇaka mfn. inhabited by the Jālaṃidharāyaṇas, g. rājanyâdi
⋙ jālaṃdhari
jālaṃdhaḍri m. N. of a physician
≫ jālahrada
jālahrada m. patr. fr. jala-h○ g. śivâdi
jālamāni
jālamāni m. pl. N. of a subdivision of the Tri-garta people Pāṇ. 5-3, 116 Kāś.
≫ jālamānīya
jālamānīya m. a prince of that people ib.
jālāṣa
jālāṣá n. (fr. jál○) a particular drug with soothing qualities AV. vi, 57, 2
jālikā 2
jālikā f. = jal○ W.
jālīdeśa
jālī-deśa m. N. of a country, Ratnak
jāluka
jāluka mfn. composed by Jalūka (?) or relating to leeches jalūkā) Pāṇ. 4-3, 101 Pat.
jālora
jālora m. N. of an Agra-hāra Rājat. i, 98. [Page 420, Column 2]
jālma
jālma mf(ī)n. contemptible, vile (livelihood) MBh. v, 4518 ; xii, 3897
• cruel (krūra) L.
• inconsiderate L.
• (ás, ī), m. f. a despised or contemptible man or woman, wretch AV. iv, 16, 7 ; xii, 4, 51 ŚāṅkhBr. xxx, 5 Lāṭy. Vikr. &c. (ifc. Gaṇar. on Pāṇ. 2-1, 53)
≫ jālmaka
jālmaka mfn. despised (a man) MBh. vii, 9023
jālya
jālya See col. 1
jāvaḍa
jāvaḍa m. N. of a man Śatr. xiv
jāvat
jā́-vat -van. See
jāvanikā
jāvanikā f. = jav○, a curtain, screen HPariś. ix, 45
≫ jāvanya
jāvanya n. (fr. jávana) swiftness, g. dṛdhâdi
≫ jāvāyani
jāvāyani fr. jáva g. karṇâdi
jāṣaka
jāṣaka v. l. for jāyaka, q. V
jāṣkamada
jāṣkamadá m. a kind of animal AV. xi, 9, 9
jāsaṭa
jāsaṭa m. N. of two men Rājat. vii, 1525 ; viii, 540 ff
jāspati
jā́s-pati tyá, See
jāha
jāha n. ifc. (g. 2. karṇadi) the √or point of issue of certain parts of the body, cf. akṣi-, (āsya-), oṣṭha-, karṇa-, keśa-, gulpha-, danta-, nakha-, pāda-, priṣṭha-, bhrū-, mukha-
jāhaka
jāhaka m. (= jáhakā) a hedge-hog VarBṛS. lxxxvi, 42 Hcar. vii
• a chameleon L.
• a leech L.
• a bed L.
jāhuṣa
jāhuṣá m. N. of a man protected by the Aśvins RV. i, 116, 20 ; vii, 71, 5
jāhnava
jāhnava m. (fr. jahnu) patr. of Viśvā-mitra TāṇḍyaBr. xxi, 12
• of Su-ratha BhP. ix, 22, 9
• N. of a Catur-aha Maś. vii, 7
• (ī), f. 'daughter of Jahnu (q.v.)', the Gaṅgā MBh. iii, v, xiii (metrically ○vi, 7680) Bhag. Hariv. &c
≫ jāhnavīya
jāhnavīya mfn. belonging or relating to the Ganges MBh. xiii, 1857 Ragh. x, 27
ji 1
ji cl. 1. jáyati, ○te (impf. ájayat
• aor. ajaiṣīt, Ved. ájais, 1 .pl. ájaiṣma, jéṣma, 2. sg. jes and Ā. jéṣi Subj. jéṣat, ○ṣas, ○ṣāma RV.
• aor. Ā. ajeṣṭa
• fut. 1st. jétā RV. &c
• fut. 2nd. jeṣyáti, x, 34, 6 &c
• pf. jigā́ya [Pāṇ. 7-3, 57], jigetha, jigyur
• p. jigīvás [○givás TS.i, 7, 8, 4
• acc. pl. ○gyúṣas] RV. &c
• Inf. jiṣé, i, 111, 4 and 112, 12
jétave TBr. ii
• Class. jetum: Pass. jīyate, ajīyata [Ragh. xi, 65], ajāyi, jāyiṣyate
• for jī́yate and cl. 9. jinā́ti, See √jyā) to win or acquire (by conquest or in gambling), conquer (in battle), vanquish (in a game or lawsuit), defeat, excel, surpass RV. &c. (with púnar', to reconquer TS. vi, 3, 1, 1)
• to conquer (the passions), overcome or remove (any desire or difficulties or diseases) Mn. MBh. &c
• to expel from (abl.) ŚBr. iii, 6, 1, 17
• to win anything (acc.) from (acc.), vanquish anyone (acc.) in a game (acc.) ŚBr. iii, 6, 1, 28 ; xiv, 6, 8, 1 and 12 MBh. iii Daś. Pāṇ. 1-4, 51 Siddh.
• to be victorious, gain the upper hand RV. AV. ŚBr. iii MuṇḍUp. Mn. vii, 201 MBh.
• often pr. in the sense of an Impv. 'long live!' 'glory to' Śak. VarBṛS. Laghuj. Bhartṛ. &c.: Caus. jāpayati (Pāṇ. 6-1, 48 and vii, 3, 36) to cause to win VS. ix, 11 f
• (aor. 2. pl, ájījipata and ájījap○) TS. i, 7, 8, 4 and ŚBr. v, 1, 5, 11 f. ĀśvŚr. ix, 9
• to conquer MBh. vii, 66, 6 (aor. ajījayat): Pass. jāpyate, to be made to conquer W.: Desid. jígīṣati, ○te (Pāṇ. 7-3, 57
• p. ○ṣat, ○ṣamāṇa) to wish to win or obtain or conquer or excel AV. xi, 5, 18 TS. ii
ŚBr. SāṅkhŚr. MBh. &c
• (Ā.) to seek for prey RV. x, 4, 3: Intens. jejīyate Pāṇ. 7-3, 57 Kāś.
≫ ji 2
ji mfn. conquering L.
• m. a Piśāca L.
≫ jigīṣā
jigīṣā́ f. desire of obtaining, (○ṣā́, Ved. instr.) RV. i, 171, 3 and 186, 4 MBh. iii, 13360
• desire of conquering or being victorious, military ambition, i, v Ragh. xv, 45 BhP. iii, 18
• = ○ṣu-tā Kathās. xv, 7 and xxi, 81 (ifc.) Rājat.
• eminence W.
• profession or habit of life W.
⋙ jigīṣotsāhavat
jigīṣôtsāha-vat mfn. connected with ambition and earnest, will L.
≫ jigīṣita
jigīṣita mfn. wished to be obtained ŚāṅkhBr.
≫ jigīṣu
jigīṣú mfn. wishing to obtain or gain, seeking for RV. ii, 38, 6 MBh. i, 6845 BhP. iv, 8, 37
• striving to conquer or excel, ambitious R. i, 13, 21 BhP. &c
• m. N. of a man, gargâdi
⋙ jigīṣutā
○tā f. desire of excelling, ambitlon Kathās. xviii, 85. [Page 420, Column 3]
≫ jigyu
jigyú mfn. victorious RV. i, 101, 6
≫ jit
jit mfn. ifc. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 61) winning, acquirng, cf. go- and svar-jit, svarga- &c
• conquering, cf, abhimāti-jít, śatru-, &c
• (in med.) removing, cf. kāsa- &c. -l
⋙ jittama
○tama mfn. ifc., See svarga- &c
≫ jita
jitá mfn. won, acquired, conquered, subdued RV. viii, 76, 4 AV. &c
• overcome or enslaved by (in comp., e.g. kāma-, 'under the dominion of lust') Mn. &c
• given up, discontinued Mn. iv, 181
⋙ jitakāśi
○kāśi mfn. the doubled fist MBh. i, 2, 309, Sch,
⋙ jitakāśin
○kāśin mfn. See s.v. kāśin
⋙ jitakopa
○kopa mfn. one who has subdued anger
⋙ jitakrodha
○krodha mfn. id Mn. viii, 173 R. i, iii
⋙ jitaklama
○klama mfn. one who has overcome the sense of fatigue MBh.
⋙ jitatara
○tara mfn. more vanquished, x, 555
⋙ jitanemi
○nemi m. a staff made of the wood of the sacred fig-tree (carried during the performance of certain vows) L.
⋙ jitamanas
○manas (○tâ-), mfn. one who has subdued his heart MaitrS. l, 10, 16 (cf. Kāṭh. x, 10)
⋙ jitamanyu
○manyu mfn. = -kopa
• m. Vishṇu L.
⋙ jitaloka
○loka (○tá-), mfn. pl. those who have conquered heaven (a class of manes) ŚBr. xiv, 7, 1, 33f
⋙ jitavatī
○vatī f. 'Victrix', N. of a daughter of Uśīnara MBh. i, 3940
⋙ jitavrata
○vrata m. 'having overcome his vow', N. of a son of Havir-dhāna BhP. iv, 24, 8
⋙ jitaśatru
○śatru m. '= ○tâmitra', N. of a Buddha Lalit. i, 77
• of a king Jain. (e.g. HPariś. iii, 45 ; xiii, 181)
• of the father of the Arhat A-jita L.
⋙ jitaśiśnodara
○śiśnôdara mfn. one who has overcome lust (lit. the membrum virile) and his appetite (lit. belly) MBh. xiii, 5341,
⋙ jitaśrama
○śrama mfn. one who has trained himself to bear toil, accustomed to fatigues Hariv. 4544 Cāṇ.?
⋙ jitaśvāsa
○śvāsa mfn. one who has gained power over the act of breathing BhP. ii, 1, 23
⋙ jitasaṅga
○saṅga mfn. one who has overcome worldly attachments ib.
⋙ jitasvarga
○svarga mfn. = -loka
⋙ jitahasta
○hasta mfn. one who has exercised his hand Car. iii, 8
⋙ jitākṣa
jitâkṣa mfn. one who has subdued his senses, calm Cāṇ.
⋙ jitākṣara
jitâkṣara mfn. 'one who has mastered his letters', writing well Cāṇ.
⋙ jitātman
jitâtman mfn. self-subdued MBh. Pañcat. ii, 4, 9/10
• (a- neg.) Mn. vii, 34
• m. N. of one of the Viśve-devās MBh. xiii, 4356
⋙ jitāmitra
jitâmitra mfn. one who has conquered his enemies, triumphant MārkP. xxxiv, 113
• m. Vishṇu L.
⋙ jitāri
jitâri m. (= ○ta-śatru) N. of a Buddha L.
• of a son of Avikshit MBh. i, 3741
• of the father of the Arhat Śam-bhava L.
⋙ jitāśva
jitâśva m. 'one who can subdue horses', N. of a prince VP. iv, 5, 12 (vḷ.)
⋙ jitāṣṭamī
jitâṣṭamī f. = jīmūtâṣṭ○ W.
⋙ jitāsana
jitâsana mfn. one who has given up using seats BhP. ii, 1, 23
⋙ jitāhava
jitâhava mfn. one who has won a battle L.
⋙ jitāhāra
jitâhāra mfn. one who has overcome the desire for food TejobUp. 3
⋙ jitendriya
jitêndriya mfn. = ○tâkṣa Mn. ii vif. R. i
• m. an ascetic W.
• N. of a man (author of a Nibandha)
-tva n. subjugation of the senses Kpr. vii, 11/12(and x, 34 Sch.)
○driyâhva m. N. of a shrub L.
≫ jiti
jíti f. gaining, obtaining, victory RV. x, 53, 11 AV. x, 6, 16 ŚBr. AitBr.i, 24 KātyŚr. xix, 5, 4 Lāṭy. v, 4, 19 SāṅkhŚr. KaushUp.
a-jitasya j○, N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
• cf. puró-
≫ jitya
jitya mfn. conquerable W.
• m. = hali Pāṇ. 3-1, 117
• (ā), f. ifc. 'victory', See āji-
vāja-jitya
≫ jitvan
jítvan mfn. victorious (cf. sa-jítvan) Uṇ. iv, 113/114 m. (g. karṇâdi) N. of a man ŚBr. xiv, 6, 10, 5
≫ jitvara
jitvara mf(ī. Pāṇ. 3-2, 163
• cf. sa-jítvarī)n. ifc. overcoming Car. vi, 5, 95
• (ī), f. 'Victrix', the city of Benares Pāṇ. 4-3, 84 Pat.
jikana
jikana m. N. of a lawyer, Prāyaśc. Smṛitit. i, iv
jigatnu
jigatnú mfn. (√gam redupl.) going quickly, fleet RV. vii, lx f
• m. breath Uṇ. iii, 31/32
≫ jigamiṣā
jigamiṣā f. intention to go W.
≫ jigamiṣu
jigamiṣu mfn. intending to go MBh. R. &c
jigariṣu
jigariṣu mfn. (√2. gṝ Desid.) desirous of swallowing W.
≫ jigarti
jígarti m. a swallower RV. v, 29, 4
jigīṣā
jigīṣā́ ○ṣú, jigyu, See cols. 2, 3
jighatnu
jighatnú mfn. (√han redupl.) endeavouring to hurt, ii, 30, 9
jighatsā
jighatsā f. (√ghas Desid.) desire of eating or consuming Kathās. lxi
• cf. vi-jighatsá
≫ jighatsu
jighatsú mfn. hungry L.
• desirous of consuming, cviii, 106 Bhaktâm. 36
• f. N. of an evil demon AV. ii, 14, 1
• (pl.) viii, 2, 20
jighāṃsaka
jighāṃsaka mfn. (√han Desid.) intending to kill W. [Page 421, Column 1]
≫ jighāṃsā
jighāṃsā f. wish or intention to strike or slay or destroy Mn. xi, 207 MBh. &c
• malice, revenge W.
≫ jighāṃsin
jighāṃsin mfn. ifc. intending to kill R. vi, 77
≫ jighāṃsīyas
jighāṃsīyas mfn. compar. of ○ṃsu W.
≫ jighāṃsu
jighāṃsu mfn. = ○sin (with acc.) MBh. i, iii R. BhP. Daś. Kathās.
• desirous of destroying or ruining (ifc. or with acc.) Lāṭy. i, 10, 3 Suśr. i, 19, 21
• revengeful W.
• m. an enemy W.
jighṛkṣā
jighṛkṣā f. (√grah, Dosid.) wish or intention to take or seize MBh. vii, 794 Gṛihyās. ii, 27 (vḷ.) Ragh. ix, 46 BhP. x, 62, 34
≫ jighṛkṣu
jighṛkṣu mfn. (ifc. or with acc.) intending to take or seize MBh. iv, viii Hariv. 6463 Śak. i, 27/28 (v. l.) BhP. x
• wishing to rob MBh. ii, 1952
• wishing to take up (water, jala.) Pañcat. iii, 12, 0/1 wishing to gather MBh. i, 3373
• wishing to learn, 5240
⋙ jighṛkṣutā
○tā f. intention of robbing Uttamac. 102
jighra
jighra mfn. (√ghrā) smelling Pāṇ. 3-1, 137
• ifc. observing, conjecturing Sāh. iii, 66/67
jiṅgaśalya
jiṅga-śalya = jihma-ś○ W.
≫ jiṅgiṇī
jiṅgiṇī f. = ○ginī Car. iii, 8, 3
≫ jiṅginī
jiṅginī f. (= jhiṅg○) Odina Wodier Bhpr. v
≫ jiṅgī
jiṅgī f. id. ib.
• Rubia Munjista, v, 1, 189
jijīviṣā
jijīviṣā f. (√jīv Desid.) desire to live MBh. viii, 1790
≫ jijīviṣu
jijīviṣu mfn. desirous of life Mn. MBh. &c
≫ jijīṣu
jijīṣu mfn. (irr.) id., iii, 14905
⋙ jijyūṣita
jijyūṣita mfn. wishing to live by (instr.) AitBr. vii, 29
jijñāpayiṣu
jijñāpayiṣu mfn. ( jñā, Caus. Desid.) wishing to make known Bhaṭṭ. ix, 37
≫ jijñāsaka
jijñāsaka mfn. (√jñā Desid.) ○su W.
≫ jijñāsana
jijñāsana n. desire of knowing, investigation Kathās.v, 136
≫ jijñāsanīya
jijñāsanīya mfn. = ○sitavya W.
≫ jijñāsā
jijñāsā f. = ○sana MBh. ii f. xiii Hariv. R. Pāṇ. 1-3, 21 Vārtt. 3, &c. (kṛta-jijñāsa mfn. having put to the proof any one gen. Kathās. cxiii, 78)
⋙ jijñāsāprastāva
○prastāva m. N. of wk., Pratāpar. Sch.
≫ jijñāsita
jijñāsita mfn. investigated, inquired BhP. i, 5, 3f
• tested MBh. xiii, 932
≫ jijñāsitavya
jijñāsitavya mfn. to be investigated Sarvad.
≫ jijñāsu
jijñāsu mfn. desirous of knowing, inquiring into, examining, testing MBh. R. BhP. &c
≫ jijñāsya
jijñāsya mfn. = ○sitavya BhP. ii, 9 Sarvad.
≫ jijñu
jijñu mfn. = jñāsu R. i, 9, 23
jiḍadhana
jiḍadhana m. N. of a man
jit
jit jitá, jíti, See √ji
jituma
jituma m. (fr. ?) the sign Gemini VarBṛ. i, 8 ; xxiv, 9 Laghuj. xiii, 1
≫ jittama 2
jittama
⋙ jitma
jitma m. id. W.
jitya
jitya jítvan, ○vara, See √ji
jina 1
jina mfn. (√ji) victorious L.
• m. 'Victor', a Buddha Buddh. Kathās. lxxii, 99
• an Arhat (or chief saint of the Jainas ; 24 Jinas are supposed to flourish in each of the 3 Avasarpiṇīs, being born in Āryâvarta) Jain. Pañcat. v, 1, 10/11 ff. VarBṛS. lx Sarvad.
• (hence) the number '24' Hcat. i, 3, 919
• metrically for jaina
• Vishṇu Śiś. xix, 112
• N. of Hemac. (?)
• of a Bodhi-sattva
• of a son of Yadu, KūrmaP. i, 22, 12
⋙ jinakalpa
○kalpa m. the ordinances practised by the Jinas (opposed to those of the Sthaviras) Jain. (cf. HPariś. xi, 3)
⋙ jinakalpika
○"ṣkalpika mfn. observing the jina-kalpa Śīl.
⋙ jinakīrti
○kīrti m. N. of a Jain Sūri (author of Campak. and Namaskārastava)
⋙ jinakuśala
○kuśala m. N. of a Jain Sūri (A. D. 1281 1333 ; author of Caitya-vandana-kula-vṛitti)
⋙ jinacandra
○candra m. N. of 8 jain Sūris (1. predecessor of the famous Abhaya-deva, author of Saṃvega-raṅga-śālā-prakaraṇa ; 2. AḌ.1141-67, 3. 1270-1320 ; 4. died 1359 ; 5. 1431-74 ; 6. 1539-1614 ; 7. died 1707 ; 8. 1753-l800)
⋙ jinajyā
○jyā f. the extent of 24 degrees Gol.
⋙ jinadatta
○datta m. N. of a man HPariś. xiii, 182
• of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1076-1155
• teacher of Amara-candra and Jina-bhadra) Sarvad. iii, 269
-kathā-samuccaya m. N. of a collection of tales by Bhadrâcārya
⋙ jinacaritra
○caritra n. N. of wk
⋙ jinadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of several men HPariś.i-iii
• of two Jain authors (1. author of a Cūrṇi on Avaśyaka
• 2. author of Dharma-pañcaviṃśatikā)
⋙ jinadeva
○deva m. an Arhat (of the Jainas) Pañcad. ii, 6
• N. of the author of Madaria-parājaya
⋙ jinadharma
○dharma m. the doctrine of Jina (Mahā-vira) MatsyaP. xxiv, 47 HYog. iii, 139
• N. of wk
⋙ jinapati
○pati m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1154-1221
• author of several works)
⋙ jinapadma
○padma m. N. of a Jain Sūri (died AḌ. 1350). [Page 421, Column 2]
⋙ jinaputra
○putra m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. L.
⋙ jinaprabodha
○prabodha m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1229-85
• author of Pañjikā-durga-pada-prabodha)
⋙ jinaprabha
○prabha m. N. of a Jain Sūri (author of several works)
⋙ jinabimbapratiṣṭhā
○bimbapratiṣṭhā f. 'erection of Jina figures', N. of wk. by Pādalipta-sūri
⋙ jinabhakti
○bhakti m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1714-48)
⋙ jinabhadra
○bhadra m. N. of a famous Jain author (also called ○dra-gaṇi-kṣamāśramaṇa)
• of the author of a tale (composed AḌ, 1148)
• of a Jain Sūri (died AḌ. 1458)
⋙ jinamaṇḍana
○maṇḍana m. N. of the author of Kumārapāla-prabandha
⋙ jinamānikya
○mānikya m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1493-1556
• author of Subāhu-purāṇa)
⋙ jinamitra
○mitra m. N. of one of the translators of Lalit.
⋙ jinayajñakalpa
○yajña-kalpa m. N. of wk. by Āśā-dhara
⋙ jinayoni
○yoni m. for ajin○ W.
⋙ jinarakṣita
○rakṣita m. N. of a man Kathās. lxvii, 76
⋙ jinaratna
○ratna m. N. of a Jain Sūri (died AḌ, 1655)
⋙ jinarāja
○rāja m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1591-1643
• author of a Comm. on Naish.) -rṣi (ṛṣi), m. a Jain ascetic Sarvad. iii, 279
⋙ jinalabdhi
○labdhi m. N. of a Jain Sūri (died AḌ. 1350)
⋙ jinalābha
○lābha m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1728-78
• author of Ātma-prabodha)
⋙ jinavaktra
○vaktra m. N. of a Buddha Lalit. i, 71
⋙ jinavardhana
○vardhana m. N. of the founder of the 5th subdivision of the Kharatara-gaccha of the Jain community (died AḌ. 1458
• author of Candraprabhacaritra and 4 other Caritras)
⋙ jinavallabha
○vallabha m. N. of a famous Jain author (died AḌ. 1111). -vimala m. N. of the author of Śabda-prabheda-ṭikā (composed AḌ. 1598 or 1638?)
⋙ jinavṛtta
○vṛtta n. a circle drawn with a radius of 24 degrees and having a pole of the ecliptic for its centre Gol.
⋙ jinaśataka
○śataka n. N. of wk. by Jambu-kavi
⋙ jinaśatapañjikā
○śata-pañjikā f. N. of wk. by Śamba-sādhu
⋙ jinaśāsana
○śāsana n. the doctrine of Buddha Rājat. i, 102
⋙ jinaśekhara
○śekhara m. N. of the founder of the 2nd subdivision of the Kharatara-gaccha of the Jain community
⋙ jinaśrī
○śrī m. N. of a king Kāraṇḍ. 2
⋙ jinasadman
○sadman m. a Jain monastery L.
⋙ jinasamudra
○samudra m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 145099)
⋙ jinasahasranāmastotra
○sahasra-nāma-stotra n. N. of wk
⋙ jinasāgara
○sāgara m. N. of a scholiast on an anthology called Karpūra
⋙ jinasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of the founder of the 3rd subdivision of the Kharatara-gaccha of the Jain community
• of a Jain Sūri (A. D. 1 559-1618)
⋙ jinasena
○sena m. N. of the author of Trivarṇâcārasamhitā Harivaṃśa- and Trishashṭilakshaṇa-Purāṇa (completed by Guṇa-bhadra)
⋙ jinasaukhya
○saukhya m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1683-1724)
⋙ jinastuti
○stuti f. N. of a poem
⋙ jinahaṃsa
○haṃsa m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1468-1526
• author of a gloss on the 1st Aṅga)
⋙ jinaharṣa
○harṣa m. N. of the author of Vicārâmṛita -saṃgraha
• of a Jain Sūri, (consecrated AḌ. 1800)
⋙ jināṃśajyā
jinâṃśa-jyā f. = ○na-j○ Gol.
⋙ jināṅkura
jinâṅkura m. N. of a Bodhisattva Buddh. L.
⋙ jinādivijaya
jinâdi-vijaya m. N. of the author of a gloss on the 3rd Upâṅga (of the Jainas)
⋙ jinādhāra
jinâdhāra m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. L.
⋙ jinendra
jinêndra m. a Buddha L.
• a Jain saint Pārśvan.
• N. of a grammarian (also called ○dra-buddhi), author of a treatise called Nyāsa
cf. Śiś. ii, 112 Uṇ. iv, 146/147
-caritra n. N. of wk. by Amara-candra (also called Padmânanda-mahākāvya)
-buddhi, See before
⋙ jineśa
jinêśa m. an Arhat (of the Jainas) Kalyāṇam. 15 Pañcad. ii, 6
⋙ jineśvara
jinêśvara m. id. Kalyāṇam. 1
• N. of an Arhat (of the Jainas) L.
• of two Jain Sūris (1. founding the Kharatara-gaccha AḌ. 1024 ; 2.AḌ. 1189-1275)
⋙ jinottama
jinôttama m. ○nêśa HYog. iv, 91
⋙ jinodaya
jinôdaya m. N. of a Jain Sūri (AḌ. 1319-76)
⋙ jinorasa
jinôrasa m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. L.
≫ jinana
jinana n. (√ji, cl. 9) conquering Pañcad. i, 38
jina 2
jina mfn. (for jīna or jīrṇa) very old Uṇ. iii, 2/3
jindurāja
jindu-rāja m. N. of a man Rājat. vii, 265 (○jya) ; 271f. ; 370 and 564
jinv
jinv cl.1.P. jínvati (rarely Ā. RV. iii, 2, 11 and [1ṣg. ○nvé] iv, 21, 8
• Impv. ○nvatāt AV. x, 6, 34
• p. ○nvat
• pf. 3. du. jijinváthur) to move one's self. be active or lively (cf. Naigh.ī, 14) RV. AV.
• to urge on, cause to move quickly, impel, incite RV. AV. ŚāṅkhŚr. viii
• to refresh, animate RV. VS. AV. AitBr. vii, 9 ŚāṅkhŚr. vii
• to promote, help, favour RV. AV.
• to help any one (acc.) to anything (dat.) RV. KātyŚr. xvii
• to receive favourably (prayers or acts of devotion) RV. i, 157
• vii f
• x: Caus. (jinvayati) vḷ. for √juñc, q.v
• cf. ā-, pra-, and upa-pra-
≫ jinva
jinva mfn. See dhiyaṃ-jinvá, viśva-
jim
jim cl. 1. jemati, to cat Dhātup. [Page 421, Column 3]
≫ jimita
jimita n. eating Jain. Sch. (Prākṛit ○miya)
≫ jemana
jemana n. id. BhP. x, 14, 60 (ifc.)
≫ jemanaka
jemanaka n. id. Jain.
jimbha
jimbha for jṛmbha (?), in comp
⋙ jimbhajihvatā
○jihva-tā f. swelling of the tongue Suśr. 2
jiraṇa
jiraṇa m. = jar○, cumin L.
jiri
jiri cl. 5. P. ○riṇoti (cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 78 Kāś.) to hurt Dhātup. xxvii, 31 (cf. ciri.)
jirvi
jírvi See jívri
jillika
jillika m. pl. N. of a people MBh. vi, 367 (vḷ. jhilí○)
jivājīva
jivājīva for jīvaṃj○ L.
jivri
jívri mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 78 Vārtt. 1
• √jrī) old, worn out, decrepit, (du. ○vrī) RV. i ; iv, 19, 2 and 36, 3 ; viii, x
• (cf. Nir. iii, 21) AV. viii, 1, 6 and (jírvi) xiv, 1, 21
• ime Uṇ.v, 49/50 a bird ib.
jiṣ
jiṣ cl. 1. jeṣati, to sprinkle Dhātup.
jiṣe
jiṣé Ved. Inf. √ji, q.v
jiṣṇu
jiṣṇú mfn. (√ji Pāṇ. 3-2, 139) victorious, triumphant, winning RV. AV. VS. &c
• (with acc.) vanquishing, conquering, excelling Bhartṛ. i, 5 Vop. v, 26
• (ifc.) winning, conquering MBh. vi, xiii
• m. the sun L.
• Vishṇu L.
• Indra L.
• Arjuna (son of Pāṇḍu) MBh. BhP. i
• N. of a man Rājat. vi, 155
• of a son of Manu Bhautya Hariv. 495
• 'of Brahma-gupta's father', See -ja
• of a Vasu W.
• cf. parā-
⋙ jiṣṇugupta
○gupta m. N. of a man
⋙ jiṣṇuja
○ja m. 'Jishṇu's son', Brahma-gupta Gaṇit. iv, 3, 20
jihāna
jíhāna mfn. pr. p. √2. , q.v
≫ jihānaka
jihānaka m. the destruction of the world L.
jihāsā
jihāsā f. (√3. Desid.) desire of abandoning or giving up BhP. Sarvad. iii, 255
≫ jihāsu
jihāsu mfn. desirous of giving up BhP. Rājat.
jihīti
jihīti m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. i, 1 (vv. ll. jah○, ○hiti)
jihīraṣā
jihīraṣā ○riṣu, See ○rS○
≫ jihīrṣā
jihīrṣā f. (√hṛ Desid. Pāṇ. 3-3, 102 Kāś.) ifc. desire of carrying BhP. i, 7, 25
• desire of seizing, x, 90, 10 (○raṣā)
• desire of robbing, iv, 19, 23
• wish to remove, iii, 1, 43
• desire to carry off or ravish Kām. iii, 22
≫ jihīrṣu
jihīrṣu mfn. (with acc.) intending to bring R. ii, 63, 36
• wishing to carry off or rob or appropriate Suparṇ. xx, 2 (○riṣu) MBh. Hariv. 14248 Rājat. vi, 106
• desirous of removing, v, 401
≫ jihīrṣya
jihīrṣya fut. p.p. Pāṇ. 6-1, 185 Kāś.
jihnu
jihnu m. pl. N. of a country, iv, 2, 104 Vārtt. 28 Pat.
jihma
jihmá mf(ā)n. (cf. Nir. -viii, 15) oblique, transverse. athwart RV. if. TS. ii ŚBr. v
• squinting (as the eye), i, 5 Suśr. VarBṛS. &c
• with √i [ŚBr. iii, v AitBr. v, 9], gam, nir-ṛch [AV. xii, 4, 53], 1. as [ŚBr. xi], to go irregularly, turn off from the right way, miss the aim (abl.)
• crooked, tortuous, curved W.
• morally crooked, deceitful, false, dishonest Yājñ. ii, 165 MBh. &c
• slow, lazy Naish. ii, 102
• dim, dulled Kir.
• n. falsehood, dishonesty PraśnUp. i, 16 MBh. BhP. i, 14, 4 Tabernaemontana coronaria L.
• (am), ind. with √car, to miss one's aim MBh. v, 7361
• cf. ā, vi-
⋙ jihmaga
○ga mfn. = -gati, i, 982
• moving slowly L.
• a snake, SārṅgP. xxii, 9
• cf. a-
⋙ jihmagati
○gati mfn. going tortuously (a snake) Ṛitus. i, 13,
⋙ jihmatā
○tā f. = -tva W.
• falsehood, dishonesty Hariv. 7335 R. ii, 43, 2
⋙ jihmatva
○tva n. crookedness, curvature W.
⋙ jihmaprekṣin
○prêkṣin mfn. squinting MBh. xii, 6277
⋙ jihmabāra
○bāra (○mâ-), mfn. having an aperture on one side RV. i, 116, 9 ; viii, 40, 5
⋙ jihmamīna
○mīna mfn. appearing in the illusory shape of a fish BhP. viii, 24, 61
⋙ jihmamohana
○mohana m. a frog L.
⋙ jihmayodhin
○yodhin mfn. fighting unfairly MBh. ix, 3366
• m. Bhīma (who struck an unfair blow at Dur.yodhana) W. =
⋙ jihmaśalya
○śalya m. 'crooked-thorn', Acacia Catechu Dhanv.
⋙ jihmaśiras
○śiras mfn. oblique-headed AitĀr. iii 2, 4, 10
⋙ jihmaśī
○śī mfn. lying (athwart i.e.) on the ground RV. i, 113, 5
⋙ jihmākṣa
jihmâkṣa mfn. 'crookedeyed', squinting Suśr.vi, 60, 7
⋙ jihmāśin
jihmâśin m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi (○śina Kāś.)
⋙ jihmetara
jihmêtara mfn. 'other than lazy', not dull Naish. iii, 63
≫ jihmāya
jihmāya Nom. ○yati, to turn off from the right way Nir. i, 11
○yate, to be oblique Vait. x, 17 to be dull, hesitate (with inf.) Hcat. i, 1, 1. [Page 422, Column 1]
≫ jihmita
jihmita mfn. made crooked, bent, curved Mṛicch. ix, 12
• dulled, obscured Kād. ii, 157 (v. l. ○ma)
≫ jihmī
jihmī ind. in comp
⋙ jihmīkara
○kara mfn. making crooked or oblique W.
• obscuring W.
⋙ jihmīkaraṇa
○karaṇa mfn. 'obscuring', candra-sūrya-jihmīkaraṇaprabha
⋙ jihmīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made crooked, bent, bowed down (with fear &c.) W.
• obscured Lalit. ix, 17 ; xxi, 12
⋙ jihmībhu
○√bhu to be obscured, ix, 21
jihlu
jihlu vḷ. for ○hnu
jihva
jihvá mfn. (said of Agni) MaitrS. i, 3, 35 (for yahvá of Padap. and RV. iii, 2, 9)
• m. the tongue Hariv. 6325 f
• (ā́) f. (= juhū́) id. RV. AV. &c. (ifc. f. ā MBh. iii, 16137 Hcat.)
• the tongue or tongues of Agni, i.e. various forms of flame (3 are named RV. iii, 20, 2
• generally 7 VS. xvii, 79 MuṇḍUp. i, 2, 4 [kālī, karālī, mano-javā, su-lohitā, su-dhūmra-varṇā, sphuliṅginī, viśvarūpī] Hemac.
• cf. saptá-jihva
• also identified with the 7 winds pra-, ā-, ud-, saṃ-, vi-, pari-, and ni-vaha)
• the tongue of a balance Hcat. i, 5, 163
• speech (cf. Naigh. i, 11) RV. iii, 57, 5
• the √of Tabernaemontana coronaria L.
• cf. dví-, mádhu-, su-
agni-jihvá &c. ; [Lat. lingua ; Goth. tuggo1.]
≫ jihvaka
jihvaka ifc. (f. ikā) the tongue MBh. iii, 16137 (a-, 'tongueless', f. N. of, a Rākshasī) Hcat. i, 7, 279
• m. a kind of fever, Śalrṅg. Vaidyav
• (ikā), f. dimin. fr. ○hvā́ See adho-, ali-, prati-
upa-jíhv○
≫ jihvala
jihvala mfn. voracious, Śrāddhat
≫ jihvā
jihvā́ f. See ○hvá
⋙ jihvākātya
○kātya m. 'voracious Kātya', N. of a man Pāṇ. 1-1, 73 Vārtt. 8
⋙ jihvāgra
○"ṣgra (○vâg○), n. the tip of the tongue VPrāt. Suśr. Hit.
⋙ jihvāchedana
○chedana n. cutting off of the tongue Āp. ii, 27, 14
⋙ jihvātala
○tala n. the surface of the tongue Suśr. ii, 16, 36
⋙ jihvānirlekhana
○nirlekhana a tongue-scraper Ashṭâṅg. i, 2, 4
⋙ jihvānirlekhanika
○nirlekhanika id. Buddh. L.
⋙ jihvāpa
○pa m. 'drinking with the tongue', a dog L.
• a cat L.
• a tiger L.
• a panther or leopard L.
• a bear L.
⋙ jihvāprathana
○prathana n. expansion or too great flattening of the tongue (defect in pronunciation) RPrāt. xiv, 7.,
⋙ jihvāmaya
○"ṣmaya (vâm○), m. a disease of the tongue SārṅgS. vii, 133
⋙ jihvāmala
○mala n. the fur of the tongue L.
⋙ jihvāmūla
○mūlá n. the √of the tongue AV. i, 34, 2 Prāt.
• Śikshā Pāṇ. 4-3, 62
⋙ jihvāmūlīya
○"ṣmūlīya mfn. (iv, 3, 62) belonging to or uttered from the √of the tongue (viz. , , the guttural class of consonants, but esp. the Visarga before k and kh) Prāt. Pāṇ. 8-3, 37 Vārtt. 1
⋙ jihvārada
○rada m. 'having a tongue like beak', a bird L.
⋙ jihvālatā
○latā f. a long tongue Hcar. v, 478 ; viii,
⋙ jihvālih
○lih m. 'licking with the tongue', a dog L.
⋙ jihvālaulya
○laulya n. greediness Pañcat. if
⋙ jihvāvat
○vat (○hvā́), m. 'having a (greedy) tongue', N. of a man ŚBr. xiv, 9, 4, 33
⋙ jihvāśalya
○śalya for ○hma-z○
⋙ jihvāśodhana
○śodhana n. 'tongue-cleaning', recitation of particular mystical syllables, Tantr
⋙ jihvāstambha
○stambha m. stiffness of the tongue, ŚārṅgS. vii, 105
⋙ jihvāsvāda
○"ṣsvāda (ovâs○), m. 'tasting with the tongue', licking L.
⋙ jihvodbhava
jihvôdbhava m. = ○hvā-mala Gal. jihvôllekhâna n. scraping the tongue W.
• (i), f. = ○hvānirlekhana W. jihvôllekhanika f. = ○nī W.
m. 'sir, mister, Mr.' (attached to names as a mark of respect) W.
≫ jīka
jīka m. id. (in colophons)
• N. of a plant Gal.
jīgarta
jīgarta See a-
jīta
jītá ○ti, jiiina See √1. jyā
jīmūta
jīmū́ta m. (g. pṛṣôaradi) a cloud RV. vi, 75, 1 AV. xi, 5, 14 VS. Kāṭh. &c
• a mountain L.
• the sun MBh. iii, 152
• Indra L.
• a nourisher, sustainer L., = ○taka Suśr. iv, 37, 25
• Luffa faetida or a similar plant L.
• Cyperus rotundus L.
• N. of a metre
• of an ancient sage MBh. v, 3843
• of a wrestler, iv, 347
• of a son of Vyoman or Vyoma Hariv. 1991 f. BhP. ix, 24, 4
⋙ jīmūtaketu
○ketu m. Śiva VāmP. i
• N. of a Vidyā-dhara prince Kathās. xxii, 17
• of the ancestor of a dynasty Inscr. (AḌ. 1095)
⋙ jīmūtamūla
○mūla n. Curcuma Amhaldi or Zerumbet L.
⋙ jīmūtavarṣin
○varṣin mfn. sending down rain from a (passing) cloud AitBr. ii, 19
⋙ jīmūtavāha
○vāha m. N. of a man Saṃkar. xi, 21
⋙ jīmūtavāhana
○vâhana m. (= megha-v○) Indra W.
• N. of a son (of Sāli-vāhana W.
• of Jīmūta-ketu Inscr. (AḌ 1095) Kathās. xxii 23)
• of a Vidyā-dhara Bālar.iv, 7
• of the author of Dāyabhāga
⋙ jīmūtavāhin
○vâhin m. smoke L.
⋙ jīmūtasvana
○svana m. 'cloud-sound', thunder Nal. xii,
⋙ jīmūtāṣṭamī
jīmūtâṣṭamī f. the 8th day in the dark half of Āśvina (festival in honour of Śāli-vāhana's son Jīmūta-vāhana) W.
≫ jīmūtaka
jīmūtaka m. Lepeocercis serrata Suśr. i ; iv, 18. [Page 422, Column 2]
jīra 1
jīrá mf(ā́)n. (√jinv Uṇ.), quick, speedy, active RV. (cf. Naigh. ii, 15)
• driving (with gen.) RV. i, 48, 3 (cf. gó-)
• m. quick movement (of the Soma stones), v, 31, 12
• a sword L.
⋙ jīradānu
○dānu (○rá-), mfn. (cf. Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 4 Vārtt. 1 and vi, 1, 66) dropping or sprinkling abundantly RV. AV. ŚāṅkhŚr. i, 14, 3
• cf. jīva-a○
⋙ jīrādhvara
jīrâdhvara mfn. having animated rites RV. x, 36, 3
⋙ jīrāśva
jīrâśva mfn. having lively or fleet horses, i, 119 ; 141 ; 157 ; ii, 4, 2
≫ jīri 1
jīrí mf. quick or flowing water, 17, 3 ; iii, ix
jīra 2
jīra m. (√jṝ) = ○raṇa L.
• Panicum miliaceum L.
⋙ jīraka
jīraka m. n. = ○raṇa Suśr. i ; iv, 5, 35
• vi VarBṛS. li, 15
• (ikā), f. = jīrṇapattrikā L.
⋙ jīraṇa
jīraṇa m. = jir○, cumin-seed L.
≫ jīri 2
jīri f. old age TāṇḍyaBr. xxv, 17, 3
≫ jīrṇa
jīrṇá mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 104) old, worn out, withered, wasted, decayed AV. x, 8, 27 TS. i ŚBr. &c
• ancient (tradition) KātyŚr. Sch.
• digested MBh. iii, 8623 R. Hariv. &c
• m. an old man W.
• (= jarṇa), a tree L.
• = ○raṇa L.
• n. old, age,, decrepitude Rājat. iii, 316
• 'digestion', See -śakti
• benjamin L.
• (ā), f. large cumin-seed L.
⋙ jīrṇajvara
○jvara m. a lingering fever with diminishing intensity Suśr. i, 45 f
-hara m. 'removing that fever', N. of a plant Gal.
⋙ jīrṇajvarin
○"ṣjvarin mfn. affected with the above fever W.
⋙ jīrṇaṭīkā
○ṭīkā f. 'ancient Comm.', N. of wk. on astron,
⋙ jīrṇatā
○tā f. old age R. vii, 40, 24
⋙ jīrṇatājika
○tājika n. N. of wk
⋙ jīrṇatva
○tva n. = -tā Mṛicch. iii, 17/18
• infirmity, decay W.
⋙ jīrṇadāru
○dāru m. Argyreia speciosa L.
⋙ jīrṇapattra
○pattra m. 'withered-leaved', a kind of Lodhra tree Bhpr. v, 1, 216
⋙ jīrṇapattrikā
○pattrikā f.' = ○ttra', a kind of grass L.
⋙ jīrṇaparṇa
○parṇa m. n. '= -pattra', Nauclea Cadamba L.
-ja n. Cyperus rotundus Dhanv. iii
⋙ jīrṇapuṣpaka
○puṣpaka n. = -parṇa-ja ib.
⋙ jīrṇaphañjī
○phañjī f. = -dāru L.
⋙ jīrṇabudhna
○budhna m. = -pattra L.
⋙ jīrṇabudhnaka
○budhnaka n. = -parṇna-ja L.
⋙ jīrṇamata
○mata n. an old (antiquated) opinion
⋙ jīrṇavajra
○vajra m. a gem resembling a diamond L.
⋙ jīrṇavat
○vat mfn. old, decayed W.
⋙ jīrṇavastra
○vastra n. worn or tattered raiment W.
• mfn. wearing old clothes W.
⋙ jīrṇavāṭikā
○vāṭikā f. a ruined house Mn. ix, 265/266
⋙ jīrṇaviṣa
○viṣa m. N. of a snake-catcher Mudr. ii, 1/2
⋙ jīrṇaśakti
○śakti f. the faculty of digesting anything (loc.)
⋙ jīrṇāmayajvara
jīrṇâmaya-jvara m. = ○Na-jv○ Kathās. xvii, 36
⋙ jīrṇoddhāra
jīrṇôddhāra m. repairing what is ruined (in a building) Hcat. i, 3, 893
DeviiP. Siṃhâs. Introd. 29/30
⋙ jīrṇoddhṛta
jīrṇôddhṛta mfn. repaired W.
⋙ jīrnodyāna
jīrnôdyāna n. a neglected garden Mn. ix, 265
≫ jīrṇaka
jīrṇaka mfn. somewhat old, g. sthūlâdi
≫ jīrṇi
jī́rṇi mfn. decrepit with age ŚBr. iv TBr. iii SāṅkhBr. ii, 9
• f. infirmity, decay L.
• digestion W.
≫ jīrti
jīrti See a-
⋙ jīrvi
jīrvi m. = paśu or parśu (axe or animal) Uṇ. iv, 54/55
• a cart Uṇ. vṛ
• the body ib.
jīla
jīla m.= jīna s.v. √1. jyā
jīv
jīv cl. 1. jī́vati (ep. also Ā
• Subj. ○vāti RV. x, 85, 39 AV.
○vāt RV. i, 84, 16
• p. jī́vat
• aor. ajiviit
jīviit AV.
• pf. jijīva
• fut. jīviṣyáti
• Prec. ○vyā́sam, ○vyāsma AV. ŚBr.
• inf. jī́vitum, xiv MBh. &c
• Ved. ○vâse RV. VS. MBh. i, 732
jī́vitavaī. AV. vi, 109, 1) to live, be or remain alive RV. &c
• to revive Pañcat. iv, 5, 0/1 BhP. iv, 6, 51
• (with punar) MBh.
• to live by (instr
• exceptionally loc., v, 1059f.) Mn. Pāṇ. 4-4, 12 MBh. &c.: Caus. jīváyati (ep. also Ā
• aor. aījijvat or ajijīv○ Pāṇ. 7-4, 3) to make alive, restore to life, vivify RV. x, 137, 1 ĀśvŚr. vi, 9 MBh. &c
• to support life, keep alive MBh. &c
• to nourish, bring up, i, xiii Kathās. iii, 17 f. Rājat. v, 72
• to shout 'jīva' (i.e. long live!) Kathās. cxxiv, 113
jīvāpayati (cf. ○pita) to restore to life Vet. ii, 9/10: Desid. jijīviṣatiBhP. xi, 7, 70) to wish to live KātySr. xxii Lāṭy. viii ĪśUp. MBh. &c
• to seek a livelihood, wish to live by (instr.) Mn. x, 121 MBh. v, 702
jújyūṣati id. ŚBr. iii, 2, 4, 16 and 5, 3, 11
• cf. jijyūṣita ; [Lat. vivo ; Lith. gīve1nu.]
≫ jīva
jīvá mf(ā́)n. living, existing, alive RV. &c
• healthy (blood) Car. viii, 6, 74
• ifc. living by ( See jala-cara-, rūpa-)
• causing to live, vivifying (see, putra-, -jala)
• m. n. any living being, anything living RV. &c
• life, existence MBh. iv, vi Hariv. &c. (ifc. f. ā Kathās.)
• m. the principle of life, vital breath, the living or personal soul (as distinguished from the universal soul, See jīvâtman) RV. i, 164, 30 ChUp. ŚvetUp. PraśnUp. Mn. &c
• N. of a plant L.
• Bṛihaspati (regent of Jupiter)
VarBṛS. Laghuj. Sūryas. KāśīKh.
• the 3rd lustrum in the 60 years' Bṛihaspati cycle VarBṛS. viii, 26
• N. of one of the 8 Maruts Yājñ. ii, 102/103 39
• Karṇa L.
• n. N. of a metre RPrāt. xvii, 4 [Page 422, Column 3]
• (ā), f. life L.
• the earth L.
• a bow-string L.
• (in geom. = jyā) the chord of an arc
• the sine of an arc Sūryas. ii, 57 (cf. tri-, tri-bha', dṛg-gati-, lamba- and śaṅku-jīvā)
• N. of a plant (jīvantī or vacā L.) VarBṛS. iii, 39
• the tinkling of ornaments L.
• pl. N. of a particular formula Kauś. Vait.
• cf. ati-, upa- and saṃ-jīvá
a-, kumāra-, ciraṃ-, jagaj-, dur-, nir-, pāpa-, bandhu-, sa-, su-
khṣudra-jivā, yāvaj-jīvam
• [cf. bíos ; Lat. vivus
• Lith. gīvas ; Goth. qvius ; Eng. quick ; Hib. beo.]
⋙ jīvakośa
○kośa m. a case (or sheath) enveloping the personal soul BhP. iv, 22 f
• x
⋙ jīvakoṣaṇī
○koṣaṇī f. Kauś. 26
⋙ jīvagribh
○gríbh m. 'capturing alive', a bailiff RV. x, 97, 11
⋙ jīvagraha
○grahá m. filling (a cup) with living (or unpressed Soma) TS. vi, 6, 9, 2
⋙ jīvagrāham
○grā́ham ind. with √grah, (cf. Pāṇ. 3-4, 36) to capture alive MaitrS. ii, 2, 12 MBh. Daś. ix, 181 Kathās.
⋙ jīvaghana
○ghana m. receptacle of everything living PraśnUp. v, 5 Jain.
⋙ jīvaghātin
○ghātin mfn. destroying life (a beast of prey) Subh.
⋙ jīvaghātyā
○ghātyā f. destruction of life Kauś. 18
⋙ jīvaghoṣasvāmin
○ghoṣa-svāmin m. N. of a grammarian
⋙ jīvaja
○ja mfn. born-alive ChUp. vi, 3, 1
⋙ jīvajīva
○jīva m. a kind of pheasant L.
⋙ jīvajīvaka
○jīvaka m.id. Mn.xii, 66 MBh. iii, xiif. Hariv. 12685 VarBṛS. BrahmaP.
• a Buddh. or Jain ascetic Gal.
⋙ jīvaṃjīva
○ṃ-jīva m. = -j○ L.
• the Greek partridge L.
• a mythical bird with two heads Buddh.
• N. of a tree L.
⋙ jīvaṃjīvaka
○ṃ-jīvaka m. = -jīva MBh. iii Hariv. 6957 Lalit. Suśr. Kād. MārkP.
⋙ jīvaṃjīvika
○ṃ-jīvika m. id. MBh. v, 4850
⋙ jīvataṇḍula
○taṇḍula (○vá-), mfn. germinant rice MaitrS. i MānŚr.
• m. or n. scil. odana, food made of that rice ĀpŚr. i, 7, 12
⋙ jīvatokā
○tokā f. a woman whose child or children are living L.
⋙ jīvatyāga
○tyāga m. giving up one's life, voluntary death Prab. v, 11/12 Sāh. iii, 156
⋙ jīvatva
○tva n. the state of life RāmatUp. i, 14
• the state of the individual soul KapS. vi, 63. - 1. -da m. 'life-giver', a physician L.
• (ā), f. = ○vantī L. -2
⋙ jīvada
○da m. 'life-cutter', an enemy L.
⋙ jīvadatta
○datta
⋙ jīvadattaka
○dattaka m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ jīvadayāprakaraṇa
○dayā-prakaraṇa n. N. of a Jain treatise
⋙ jīvadaśā
○daśā f. mortal existence W.
⋙ jīvadātrī
○dātrī f. 'life-giver', = -bhadrā L.
• Coelogyne ovalis or Hoya viridiflora L.
⋙ jīvadāna
○dāna n. 'life-giving', N. of a manual of med. by Cyavana BrahmaP. i, 16, 17
⋙ jīvadānu
○dānu (○vá-), mfn. for jīrá-d○ VS. i, 28 ŚBr. i, 9, 1, 5
⋙ jīvadāman
○dāman m. N. of a prince
⋙ jīvadāyaka
○dāyaka mfn. life-giving Vet. ii, 10
⋙ jīvadeva
○deva m. N. of a man,
⋙ jīvadhana
○dhana n. live stock, wealth in flocks and herds L.
⋙ jīvadhanya
○dhanya (○vá-), mf(ā)n. rich in vital powers RV. AV. xii, 3, 4 and 25 TBr. ii
⋙ jīvadhānī
○dhānī f. 'receptacle of living beings', the earth BhP. iii, 13, 30
⋙ jīvanaś
○náś mfn. (nom. -náṭ
• also -nak [= jivasya nāśa] Pāṇ. 8-2, 63, Kaś.) a sacrifice in which living beings are killed MaitrS. i, 4, 13
⋙ jīvanātha
○nâtha m. N. of a writer on astron
• of a physician
⋙ jīvanāya
○nâya
⋙ jīvanāyaka
○nâḍyaka m. N. of a poet ŚārṅgP. lvi, cxxxv
⋙ jīvanāśam
○nāśam ind. with √naś, to lose one's life Pāṇ. 3-4, 43,
⋙ jīvanikāya
○nikâya m. a being endowed with life BhP. iii, v
⋙ jīvanetrī
○netrī f. a kind of pepper L.
⋙ jīvaṃdharaṇacaritra
○ṃ-dharaṇa-caritra n. N. of a tale by Bhāskara-kavi
⋙ jīvapati
○pati m. a living husband, vi, 19, 24. =
⋙ jīvapattra
○pattra n. a fresh leaf W.
-pracāyikā, for -putra-pr○
⋙ jīvapatnī
○patnī f. a woman whose husband is alive AśvGṛ. i, 7 and 14 Gobh. ii, 7, 12
⋙ jīvapitṛ
○pitṛ mfn. (a son or daughter) whose father is alive ŚāṅkhŚr. iv
⋙ jīvapitṛka
○pitṛka mfn. id. KātyŚr. iv
⋙ jīvapītasarga
○pīta-sarga (○vá-), mfn. whose rays are drunk by living beings RV. i, 149, 2
⋙ jīvaputra
○putra (○vá-), mf(ā Hariv. 7848 R. B iv, 19, 11
ī MBh. v, 144, 2 R. iv, 18, 10)n. one whose sons or children are living RV. x, 36, 9 AV. xii, 3, 35 MBh. &c
• mṆ. of a Ṛishi and of the hymn composed by him ĀśvGṛ. i, 13, 6
• N. of a plant, -pracāyikā f. 'gathering of the Jīva-putra plant', a kind of game Pāṇ. 6-2, 74 Kāś. and Siddh.
⋙ jīvaputraka
○putraka m. Terminalia Catappa L.
• Putraṃjiva Roxburghī L.
⋙ jīvapurā
○purā́ f. the abode of living beings or men AV. ii, 9, 3 ; v, 30, 6
⋙ jīvapuṣṭā
○puṣṭā for ○ṣpā
⋙ jīvapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. 'life-flower', N. of a plant (damanaka or phaṇijjhaka L.), fig. applied to the head R. v, 83, 13
• (ā), f. the plant bṛhaj-jīvantī L.
⋙ jīvapriṣṭā
○priṣṭā f. N. of a plant L.
⋙ jīvapraja
○praja mf(ā)n. having living children ĀśvGṛ. i, 7, 21
⋙ jīvapriyā
○priyā f. Terminalia Chebula L.
⋙ jīvabarhis
○barhis (○vá.), mfn. having a fresh bed of sacrificial grass AV. xi, 7, 7
⋙ jīvabhadrā
○bhadrā f. the plant ○vanti or vṛddhi L.
⋙ jīvabhūta
○bhūta mfn. become alive, endowed with life W.
• forming the life of (gen.) R. i, 4, 23 BhP. v, 24, 19
⋙ jīvabhojana
○bhójana mfn. giving enjoyment to the soul of (gen.) VS.xxiii, 31
• n. the pleasure of living beings AV. iv, 9, 3
⋙ jīvamandira
○mandira n. = -kośa L.
⋙ jīvamaya
○maya mfn. endowed with life BhP. ix, 9, 24. [Page 423, Column 1]
⋙ jīvamiśra
○miśra m. N. of an author Smṛitit. i
⋙ jīvameṣaka
○meṣaka m. a kind of portulaca plant L.
⋙ jīvayāja
○yājá m. the sacrifice of living beings RV. i, 31, 15
⋙ jīvayoni
○yoni mfn. enclosing a personal soul (a sentient being) BhP. iii, 9, 19
⋙ jīvarakta
○rakta n. (living i.e.) menstrual blood Suśr. i, 14, 4
⋙ jīvarahita
○rahita mfn. lifeless W.
⋙ jīvarāja
○rāja m. N. of the author of Caitra-pūrṇimākathā
-dīkṣita m. N. of an author
⋙ jīvaloka
○loká m. the world of living beings (opposed to that of the deceased), living beings, mankind RV. x, 18, 8 AV. xviii, 3, 34 ŚBr. xiii, 8, 4 MBh. &c
⋙ jīvalaukika
○"ṣlaukika mfn. peculiar to the world of living beings or men, xii, 8495. =
⋙ jīvavat
○vat mfn. animated, living, viii, 4930
• = jīvana-vat ĀpŚr.viii, 14
• (), f. = -vallī Npr.
⋙ jīvavadha
○vadha m. destruction of living beings Siṃhâs. xxviii, 3
⋙ jīvavardhanī
○vardhanī f. 'promoting life', N. of a plant L.
⋙ jīvavallī
○vallī f. N. of a bulbous plant L.
⋙ jīvavicāra
○vicāra m. 'disquisition on life', N. of a Jain work by Śānti-sūri (commented on by Bhāva-sundara, Meghanandana, and Īśvarâcārya)
-prakaraṇa n. id,
⋙ jīvavijaya
○vijaya m. N. of a brother of Jinâdi-vijaya
⋙ jīvavinaya
○vinaya m. N. of wk. W.
⋙ jīvaviṣaya
○viṣaya m. (dominion i.e.) duration of life Pañcat.
⋙ jīvaviṣāṇa
○viṣāṇa n. the horn of a living animal PārGṛ. iii, 7, 2
⋙ jīvavṛtti
○vṛtti f. 'livelihood by living beings', breeding or keeping cattle L.
⋙ jīvaśaṃsa
○śaṃsá mfn. praised by living beings RV. i, 104, 6 ; vii, 46, 4
⋙ jīvaśarman
○śarman m. N. of an astronomer VarBṛS. vii, 9
• xi, 1
⋙ jīvaśāka
○śāka m. = -meṣaka L.
⋙ jīvaśuklā
○śuklā f. N. of a bulb L.
⋙ jīvaśeṣa
○śeṣa mfn. one who has escaped with his life and nothing more Pañcat. iii, 1, 1/0
⋙ jīvaśoṇitā
○śoṇitā n. healthy blood Suśr.iv, 34, 10f
⋙ jīvaśreṣṭhā
○śreṣṭhā f. = -bhadrā L.
⋙ jīvasaṃkramaṇa
○saṃkramaṇa n. transmigration of soul W.
⋙ jīvasaṃjña
○saṃjña m. Kāma-vṛiddhi L.
⋙ jīvasamāsa
○samāsa m. N. of wk. (commented on by Hemac.)
⋙ jīvasākṣin
○sâkṣin mfn. constituting an evidence of life (with dhamanī f. 'an artery') ŚārṅgS. iii, 1
⋙ jīvasādhana
○sādhana n. 'means of subsistence', rice, grain L.
⋙ jīvasāphalya
○sāphalya n. realisation of a life's wishes W.
⋙ jīvasiddhi
○siddhi m. N. of a man Mudr. ii, 7/8
⋙ jīvasuta
○suta mf(ā)n. = -praja BhP. vi, 19, 25
⋙ jīvasū
○sū f. a mother of living offspring MBh. i, 7353 R. ii
⋙ jīvasthāna
○sthāna n. any vital part of the body L.
⋙ jīvahiṃsā
○hiṃsā f. hurting living beings Siṃhâs. xxviii, 0/1 and 2/3
⋙ jīvāgāra
jīvâgāra n. = ○va-sthāna L.
⋙ jīvājvā dhārakṣetra
jīvâjvâ dhāra-kṣetra n. the world of living beings and of lifeless matter L.
⋙ jīvātman
jīvâtman m. the living or personal or individual soul (as distinct from the paramât○, q.v.), the vital principle Tarkas. BhP. vi, viii Sarvad. iv ; vii, 57
⋙ jīvādāna
jīvâdāna n. 'taking away all sense of life', fainting away, swoon Car. i, viii Suśr.
⋙ jīvāditya
jīvâditya m. the living sun Siṃhâs. xviii, 1
⋙ jīvādbāna
jīvâdbāna n. preservation of life W.
⋙ jīvānusiddhikulaka
jīvânusiddhi-kulaka n. N. of a Jain treatise
⋙ jīvāntaka
jīvântaka m. 'life-destroyer', a fowler L.
• murderer W.
⋙ jīvābhigamasūtra
jīvâbhigama-sūtra n. N. of the 3rd Upâṅga of the Jain canon
⋙ jīvāśa
jīvâśa mf(ā)n. hoping for life Amar. 90
• (ā), f. hope of living BhP. i, 2, 10
⋙ jīvāśaṅkin
jīvâśaṅkin mfn. believing any one to be alive Kathās. lxxv
⋙ jīvāstikāya
jīvâstikāya m. the category of 'soul' Jain. (also Bādar. ii, 2, 35 Sch.)
⋙ jīvendhana
jīvêndhana n. blazing wood VarBṛS.
⋙ jīvotsarga
jīvôtsarga m. = ○vatyāga Prab.v, 11/12 Hit.
⋙ jīvopalambhaprakaraṇa
jīvôpalambha-prakaraṇa n. N. of a Jain treatise
⋙ jīvopāya
jīvôpāya m. v. l. (for ○vyôp○,
⋙ jīvorṇā
jīvôrṇā f. wool of a living animal KātyŚr.
≫ jīvaka
jīvaka mfn. living, alive Hcar. vii
• ifc. (f. ikā) 'living', See cira-: making a livelihood by (in comp.) MBh. xii f. Hariv. 4484 Śatr. (cf. akṣara-)
• 'generating', See putraṃ-
• ifc. (f. ā) long living, for whom long life is desired Pāṇ. 3-1, 150 Kāś.
• m. a living being L.
• 'living on others', a servant L.
• an usurer L.
• a beggar L.
• a snake-catcher L.
• a tree L.
• one of the 8 principal drugs called Ashṭavarga (Terminalia tomentosa L.
• Coccinia grandis L.) Suśr. VarBṛS.
• N. of Kumāra-bhūta Divyâv. xix, xxxv
• (ikā), f. living, manner of living KaṭhUp. Mn. (iv, 11 ; x, 82) &c
• livelihood, x, 76 MBh. &c. (ifc. f. ā Rājat. vi, 22)
• the plant Jīvanti L.
• pl. 'life-giving element', water, ĀSvSr. vi, 9
≫ jīvat
jī́vat mfn. pr. p. √jīv, q.v
⋙ jīvattokā
○tokā
⋙ jīvattoki
○toḍki f. = ○va-tokā L. =
⋙ jīvatpati
○pati f. = ○tnī L.
⋙ jīvatpatikā
○patikā f. id. Mn. iii, 174 Kull.
⋙ jīvatpatnī
○patnī f. =, ○va-p○ L. Sch.
⋙ jīvatpitṛ
○pitṛ mfn. = ○va-p○ Āp. (cf. KātyŚr. iv, 1, 27 Sch.)
⋙ jīvatpitṛka
○pitṛka mfn. id. Tithyād.
• occurring during a father's life PSarv.
-nirṇaya m. N. of wk
≫ jīvatha
jīvatha mfn. long-lived Uṇ. iii, 112 Sch.
• virtuous L.
• m. life, breath L.
• a tortoise L.
• a peacock L.
• a cloud L.
• virtue W.
≫ jīvad
jīvad in comp. for ○vat
⋙ jīvadbhartṛkā
○bhartṛkā f. = ○vapatnī RV. x, 18, 7 Sāy.
⋙ jīvadvatsā
○vatsā f. = ○va-tokā Suśr.
≫ jīvan
jīvan in comp. for ○vat
⋙ jīvanmaraṇa
○maraṇa n. living death Daś. xi, 219. [Page 423, Column 2]
⋙ jīvanmukta
○mukta mfn. emancipated while still alive (i.e. liberated before death from all liability to future births) KapS. iii, 78 Vedântas. Sarvad.
⋙ jīvanmukti
○mukti f. emancipation while still alive Madhus.
-viveka m. N. of wk. by Mādhava
⋙ jīvanmṛta
○mṛta mfn. dead while alive (as a lunatic &c.) BhP. v, 10, 8& (-tva n. abstr.) 12 ; 14, 12
⋙ jīvanmriyamāṇa
○mriyamâṇa mfn. living but being about to die, 14, 12,
⋙ jīvanvimukta
○vimukta mfn. = -mukta, Siṃhás. xx, 6
≫ jīvana
jī́vana mf(i)n. vivifying, giving life, enlivening ŚBr. ii, 3, i, 10 MBh. (said of wind, the sun, &c
• of Śiva, xiii, 1236) BhP. x Kathās.
• m. a living being W.
• wind L.
• a son L.
• the plant kṣudraphalaka L.
• the plant jīvaka L.
• N. of the author of Mānasa-nayana
• n. life RV. i, 48, 10 ; x, 161, 1 AV. ŚBr. ix &c
• manner of living TS. vi, 1, 9, 4
• living by (instr. or in comp.), livelihood, means of living Mn. Yājñ. iii MBh. &c
• enlivening, making alive R. vi, 105 Kathās. lxxvi, 25 Ashṭāṅg.
• enlivening a magical formula Sarvad.xv, 254 and 256
• 'life-giving element', water BhP. x, 20, 6 Rājat. v, 416
• fresh butter L.
• milk Gal.
• marrow L.
• (ā), f. N. of a medicinal plant L.
• (ī), f. N. of several plants (jīvantī́, kākoli, doḍī, medā, mahā-medā, yūthī) L. (cf. á-
puruṣa-jī́v○.)
⋙ jīvanatā
○tā f. life, mode of life W.
⋙ jīvanada
○da m. 'life-giver', N. of the leader of a sect Śaṃkar. xxxv
⋙ jīvanayoni
○yoni mfn. having its source in life Bhāshāp.
• m. source of life W.
⋙ jīvanavat
○vat mfn. possessed of or relating to life GopBr. ii, 1, 25 ŚāṅkhŚr. iii
⋙ jīvanavidambana
○vidambana n. disappointment in life, living in vain W.
⋙ jīvanahetu
○hetu m. means of subsistence Mn. x, 116
⋙ jīvanāghāta
jīvanâghāta n. 'life-destroying', poison W.
⋙ jivanānta
jivanânta m.end of life W.
⋙ jivanārha
jivanârha n. 'life-supporting', milk Npr.
• grain ib.
⋙ jīvanāvāsa
jīvanâvāsa m. 'water-abider', Varuṇa L.
⋙ jīvanopāya
jīvanôpāya m.= ○na-hetu W.
⋙ jīvanaūṣadha
jīvanaū7ṣadha n. a life-giving medicine L.
≫ jīvanaka
jīvanaka n. food L.
• (ikā), f. = ○va-priyā L.
≫ jīvanasyā
jīvanasyā́ f. desire of life TS. ii MaitrS. ii, 3, 4
≫ jīvani
jīvani m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. v, 1
≫ jīvanīya
jīvanīya mfn. vivifying (a class of drugs), Gar. i, 1, 107
• prepared from Jīvanīya milk Suśr. vi, 9, 19
• n. impers. to be lived Mn. x, 116 Kull.
• a form of milk Suśr.
• water L.
• (ā), f. the plant Jivantī L.
≫ jīvanta
jīvantá mfn. long-lived L.
• m. life L.
• a drug Uṇ. Sch.
• = ○va śāka AV.xix, 39, 3
• N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 103
• g. karṇâdi
• (ī́), f. N. of an asterism MānGṛ. i, 14
• of a medicinal and edible plant AV. viii, 2, 6 and 7, 6 MBh. ii, 98 Suśr.
• Cocculus cordifolius L.
• Prosopis spicigera or Mimosa Suma L.
• = ○va-priyā L.
• a parasitical plant L.
• = ḍoḍī L.
⋙ jīvantasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a Jain saint HPariś. xi, 24
≫ jīvantaka
jīvantaka m. = ○va-śāka L.
• (ikā), f. a parasitical plant L.
• a kind of pot-herb L.
• Cocculus cordifolius L.
-va-priyā L.
≫ jīvanti
jīvanti m. N. of a man and (pl.) his descendants Pravar. i, 1
• also in comp. for ○tī
⋙ jīvantiśāka
○śāka the plant Jīvantī Suśr. vi, 17, 48
⋙ jīvantiśūlām
○śūlām √kṛ, to impale a woman alive Divyâv. xxvii, 566
≫ jīvantika
jīvantika m. -"ṣvântaka L.
• (ā), f. See ○taka
≫ jīvantyāyana
jīvantyāyana m. pl. (fr. ○ti) N. of a family Pravar. i, 4 (vvḷl. jaivantāy○ and jaivantyāyani)
⋙ jīvala
jīvalá mf(ā́. full of life, animating (water) AV. x, xii, xix
• m. N. of a man ŚBr. ii, 3 Nal. xv, 7
• (ā f. Odina Wodier AV. vi, viii, xix
• = ○vālā L.
≫ jīvātu
jīvā́tu f. life RV. AV. &c. (dat. ○tave
• once ○tvai MaitrS. ii, 3, 4)
• a life-giving drug HPariś. xiii, 189
• m. n. victuals, food (ifc. mfn. 'living on') Kautukas.
⋙ jīvātukāmyā
○kāmyā f. desire for, life Mṛicch. x, 40
⋙ jīvātumat
○mat mfn. = ○vana-vat ĀśvŚr. ii, 10 and 19
≫ jīvāpita
jīvāpita mfn. (Caus.) restored to life R. vii, 76, 27 Vet.
⋙ jīvālā
jīvālā f. (= ○valā) a kind of pepper L.
≫ jīvikā
jīvikā f. See ○vaka
⋙ jīvikākṛ
○√kṛ to make a livelihood Pāṇ. 1-4, 79
⋙ jīvikāpanna
○"ṣpanna (○kâp○), mfn. one who has obtained a subsistence W.
⋙ jīvikāprāpta
○prâpta mfn. id . W.
≫ jīvita
jīvitá mfn. living Ragh.xii, 75
• lived through (a period of time) W.
• (with or without punar) returned to life MBh. xii, 5686 Pañcat. Vet.
• enlivened, animated R. v, 66, 24 BhP. viii, 15, 3
• n. a living being RV. i, 1 i 3, 6
• life, iv, 54, 2 AV. vi, 134, 1 ŚBr.xiv &c
• (ifc. f. ā Kathās.)
• duration of life L.
• livelihood Hit. i, 4, 36 (v. l.)
• cf. a-
⋙ jīvitakāla
○kāla m. duration of life L.
⋙ jīvitakṣaya
○kṣaya m. loss of life, death R. ii
⋙ jīvitagridhnutā
○gridhnu-tā f. great desire for life Kathās. lxxviii, 87
⋙ jīvitajña
○jña f. 'knowing life', an artery L.
⋙ jīvitada
○da mfn. giving life Bhpr. vii, 8, 237
⋙ jīvitanātha
○nātha m. 'life-lord', a husband Kum. iv, 3
⋙ jīvitapriya
○priya mfn. as dear as life Amar. 31
⋙ jīvitabhūta
○bhūta mfn. 'having lived', dead Kād. vi, 1427
⋙ jīvitayopana
○yópana mfn. oppressing living beings AV. ii, xii
⋙ jīvitavyaya
○vyaya m. waste or sacrifice of life W. [Page 423, Column 3]
⋙ jīvitasaṃśaya
○saṃśaya m. risk or danger of life W.
⋙ jīvitasama
○sama mfn. = -priya Bhartṛ. iii, 10
⋙ jīvitahārin
○hārin mfn. destroying life W.
⋙ jīvitākāṅkṣin
jīvitâkāṅkṣin mfn. desirous of living MBh. xii, 4295,
⋙ jīvitātyaya
jīvitâtyaya m. = ○ta-saṃśaya Mn.x 104
⋙ jīvitānta
jīvitânta m. end of life, death R. ii, 64, 72
-kara mfn. menacing life MBh. xii, 5173
-ga mfn. id. R. (B) iv, 7, 9
⋙ jīvitāntaka
jīvitântaka mfn. putting an end to life, iii, 25, 5 ; iv, 6, 10
• m. Śiva,
⋙ jīvitāvabhṛtha
jīvitâvabhṛtha n. 'life-purification', end of life Gobh., i, 3, 13
⋙ jīvitāśa
jīvitâśa f. hope of life, wish for life Kāvyâd. ii, 139 Bhaktâm. Hit.
⋙ jīvitepsu
jīvitêpsu mfn. seeking to save one's life W.
⋙ jīvitesa
jīvitêsa m. = ○tanātha Ragh. xi, 20
• Yama ib.
• the sun L.
• the moon L.
• a vivifying drug L.
• (ā), f. a loved woman Ratnâv. iii, 17
⋙ jīviteśvara
jīvitêśvara m. 'life-lord', Śiva
≫ jīvitavya
jīvitavya n. impers. to be lived Hit.
• possibility of living Pañcat. Hit.
• the life to be expected (till death), duration or (pl.) enjoyments of life Pañcat. Kathās. lxxviii, 79
• possible return, to life Pañcat. v, 4, 0/1
-viṣaya m. duration of life, Introd. 9/10
-saṃdeha m. danger of life, i, 4, 14
≫ jīvitukāma
jīvitu-kāma mfn. = ○tâkāṅkṣin, GārUp. 1
≫ jīvin
jīvin mfn. ifc. living (a particular period or at a certain time or in a certain way) Mn. MBh. &c
• living on or by (loc. [Hariv. 4555 R. i, 9, 61] or in comp.) ĀśvGṛ. iii Mn. &c
• m. a living being Pañcat. i, 11, 0/1 BrahmavP.
⋙ jīvitva
jīvi-tva n. life W.
≫ jīvya
jīvya n. impers. to be lived, Cān
• 'life', See ○vyópāya
• (ā), f. = ○va-priyā L.
• = gorakṣadugdhā L.
• the plant Jīvantī L.
⋙ jīvyopāya
jīvyôpāya m. means of subsistence Hariv. 14376 f. (vḷ. ○vôp○)
ju
ju See √1.
jukuṭa
jukuṭa (= jak○) m. a dog W.
• the Malaya mountain W.
• n. the egg-plant W.
jugupiṣu
jugupiṣu mfn. (√gup Desid.) intending to protect. MBh. viii, 1737
≫ jugupsana
jugupsana mfn. -"ṣpsu Pāṇ. 3-2, 149 Kāś.
• n. dislike L.
• censure W.
≫ jugupsanīya
jugupsanīya mfn. disgusting HPariś. i, 378
≫ jugupsā
jugupsā f. dislike, abhorrence, disgust MBh. Pāṇ. 1-4, 24 Vārtt. 1 Mṛicch. i, 14 Yogas. &c
≫ jugupsita
jugupsita mfn. abhorring anything (abl.) Vop. v, 21
• disliked, detested, disgusting MBh. R. &c
• censured W.
• n. a disgusting or horrible deed BhP. i, 5, 15
• (also karma- id., i, 7, 42)
• = ○psā Sarvad. iii, 270
⋙ jugupsitatama
○tama mfn. most disgusting, Śāntiś.i, 20
⋙ jugupsitatva
○tva n. = ○psā Divyâv. xxvii, 13
≫ jugupsu
jugupsu mfn. having a dislike or abhorrence ŚāṅkhŚr. iii, 20, 5 Pāṇ. 2-1, 37 Pat.
⋙ jugupsya
jugupsya mfn. more disgusting than (abl.) HPariś. i, 381
jugurvaṇi
jugurváṇi See √2. jṝ
juṅkaka
juṅkaka m.= juṅga L.
juṅg
juṅg cl. 1. ○gati, to exclude Dhātup. v, 51
√.yuṅg
≫ juṅga
juṅga m. Argyreia speciosa L.
• (ā), f. id. L.
≫ juṅgaka
juṅgaka m. (= juṅkaka) id. L.
≫ juṅgita
juṅgita mfn. of degraded caste Vas. xxi, 10
juñc
juñc cl. 1. 10. P. to speak Dhātup.
juṭ
juṭ cl. 6. ○ṭati vḷ. for √juḍ, q.v
≫ juṭaka
juṭaka n. = jūṭ○ L.
• (ikā), f. id. Hcar. viii
juḍ
juḍ cl. 6. ○ṭati, to bind Dhātup. xxviii, 85 (vḷ. √juṭ)
• to go, 37 (vḷ. √jun)
• cl. 10. joḍayati, to send, xxxii, 104
juḍī
juḍī f. N. of a place Kshitîś. vii, 4
jut
jut (fr. √dyut), cl. I. jotate, to shine Dhātup. ii, 30
jun
jun cl. 6. ○nati vḷ. for √juḍ q.v
jumara
jumara m. N. of a scholiast on the Saṃkshipta-sāra
• cf. jaum○
⋙ jumaranandin
○nandin m. id
jumbaka
jumbaká m. N. of a Varuṇa (cf. ŚBr. xiii, 3, 6, 5) VS. xxv, 9
jur 1
jur (√jṝ), cl. 4. 6. P. jūryati (√jūr Ā. ○te Dhātup. xxvi, 47 ; p. jū́ryat and jurát ; pf. p. jujurvás) to become old or decrepit, decay, perish RV. i-iii, v, vii
• to cause to grow old or perish, i, 182, 3 ; cf. a-juryá
⋙ jur 2
júr ūr m. an old man (cf. Sāy.), ii, 14, 3 (?, See 2. jū́)
• mfn. 'growing old', See a-, amā-, ṛta-, dhiyā- and sanā-júr
≫ jūrṇa 1
jūrṇá mfn. decayed, old RV.
• (ī), f. N. of a snake AV. ii, 24, 5
⋙ jūrṇākhya
jūrṇâkhya m. Saccharum cylindricum L. [Page 424, Column 1]
⋙ jūrṇāhva
jūrṇâhva m. N. of a plant Car. i, 21, 22
⋙ jūrṇāhvaya
jūrṇâhvaya m. Andropogon bicolor L.
≫ jūrya
jū́rya mfn. old RV. vi, 2, 7
• cf. a-juryá
jul
jul cl. 10. jolayati, to grind Vop.
juvas
júvas See √
juṣ 1
juṣ cl. 6. Ā. ○ṣáte (also P. RV. [○ṣát, ájuṣat] MBh. &c
• Subj. ○ṣāte
• Pot. ○ṣéta
• 3. pl. ○ṣerata RV.
• Impv. ○ṣátām
• impf. ajuṣata, ii, 37, 4
• 1. sg. ájuṣe AV. vi, 61, 3
• p. ○ṣámāṇa), cl. 3.P.irr. jújoṣati (Subj. and p. jújoṣat
cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 87 Vārtt. 2
• Impv. 2. pl. ○juṣṭana RV.), rarely cl. i. P. joṣati (Subj. jóṣat
• - aor. p. juṣāṇá
• 3. pl. ajuṣran, i, 71, 1
• 2. sg. jóṣi, ii, iv
• 3. sg. jóṣiṣat, ii, 35, 1 [cf. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-1, 34 and 4, 7 ; 94 and 97]
• pf. jujóṣa, ○juṣé
• p. ○juṣvás, generally ○ṣāṇá
• ind. p. juṣṭvií RV.) to be pleased or satisfied or favourable RV. AV. &c
• to like, be fond of delight in (acc. or gen.), enjoy RV. (with tanvām or ○vás, 'to be delighted', iii, 1, 1 ; x, 8, 3) AV. &c
• to have pleasure in granting anything (acc.) to (loc.) RV. vi, 14, 1
• to have pleasure in (dat.), resolve to (Ved. Inf.), i, 167, 5 ; iv, 24, 5 ŚBr. iii, 6, 4, 7
• to give pleasure to (loc.) RV. x, 105, 8
• to choose for (dat.) VS. v, 42 TS. vi ŚBr. iii, 6, 4, 8
• to devote one's self to (acc.), practise, undergo, suffer BhP. ii, 2, 7 ; viii, 7, 20 Bhaṭṭ. xvii, 112
• to delight in visiting, frequent, visit, inhabit, enter (a carriage &c.) MBh. iii, v, xiv Bhaṭṭ. xiv, 95
• to afflict MBh. iii: Caus. Ā. (Subj. 2. sg. joṣáyāse) to like, love, behave kindly towards (acc.), cherish RV.
• to delight in, approve of(acc.), choose ŚBr. iii MBh. xiv, 1289
• (P., cf. Dhātup. xxxiv, 28) Bhag. iii, 26
• [cf. ? ; Zd. śaoṣa ; Hib. gus ; Goth. kiusu ; Lat. gus-tus.]
≫ juṣ 2
juṣ mfn. ifc. liking, fond of, devoted to (once with acc. BhP. vii, 6, 25
• cf. nikṛtiṃ-) BhP. Bhartṛ. Sāntiś. Kathās.
• dwelling in Hcar. vii
• visiting, approaching BhP. ii, 7, 25 Madhus.
• having, showing Bālar. iv, 17 ; ix, 25 Siṃhâs. Introd. 5l ; xv, 4 Kuval. 169
• similar Hcar. i, 44
• cf. sa-
≫ juṣa
juṣa mfn. See aláṃ-
prīti-juṣā
≫ juṣāṇa
juṣāṇá m. N. of a sacrificial formula containing the word juṣāṇá (aor. p.) ŚBr. i AitBr. i, 17 SāṅkhŚr. i, 8, 9
⋙ juṣāṇavat
○vat mfn. id. ĀpŚr. vi, 31 Sch.
≫ juṣṭa
júṣṭa mfn. (○ṣṭá RV. ix, 42, 2 AV. and in later language Pāṇ. 6-1, 209f.) pleased, propitious RV. ix, 42, 2
• liked, wished, loved, welcome, agreeable, usual (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 188 Kār.
• with dat. or gen., rarely instr.) RV. AV. ŚBr. &c
• frequented, visited, inhabited MBh. R. BhP.
• swept over (by the wind) Hariv. 6984
• afflicted by (instr. or in comp.) Suśr.
• served, obliged, worshipped W.
• practised W.
• furnished with, possessed of (instr. or in comp.) R. iii BhP.
• n. the remnants of a meal L.
• cf. á-
⋙ juṣṭatama
○tama (júṣ○), mfn. (superl.) most welcome RV.
⋙ juṣṭatara
○tara (júṣ○), mfn. (compar.) id., viii, 96, 11
≫ juṣṭi
júṣṭi f. love, service, favour, satisfaction, i, 10, 12 ; vii, 33, 4 ; x, 114, 1 AV. TS.i ŚāṅkhŚr. Lāṭy.
≫ juṣya
juṣya mfn. fut. p.p. Pāṇ. 3-1, 109
juṣka
juṣka m. N. of one of the 3 Kaśmīrian Turushka kings Rājat. i, 168f
⋙ juṣkapura
○pura n. N. of a town founded by Jushka ib.
juṣkaka
juṣkaka m. = jūṣa L.
juhurāṇa
juhurāṇá mfn. pf. p. Ā. √hvar, q.v
• m. the moon Uṇ. ii, 88 Sch. ○huvāṇa m. See ○vāna
• 'invoker', a sacrificing priest L.
⋙ juhuvāna
juḍhuvāna m. (pf. p. Ā. √hve) 'invoked', fire L. (also ○vāṇa)
• 'cryer', a, hard-hearted man L.
• a tree L.
≫ juhūrāṇa
juhūrāṇa m. for ○hur○ L.
• for huvāna, fire L.
• a sacrificing priest L.
juhū
juhū́ f. (= jihvā́, √hvc) a tongue (esp. of Agni ; 7 are named RV. i, 58, 7), flame RV.
• personified as wife of Brahmā and goddess of speech (author of RV. x, 109) RAnukr.
• (fr. √hu Pāṇ. 3-2, 178 Vārtt. 3 Uṇ. &c.) a curved wooden ladle (for pouring sacrificial butter into fire) RV. AV. &c
• that part of the frame enshrining the universal spirit which faces the east ChUp. iii, 15, 2
⋙ juhūtva
○tvá n. the condition of a sacrificial ladle MaitrS. iii, 1, 1
⋙ juhūmagrīya
○m-agrīya m. N. of MaitrS. iii, 1
⋙ juhūvat
○vat m. 'tongued', Agni L.
⋙ juhvāsya
juhv-ā́sya mfn. tongue-mouthed (Agni) RV. i, 12, 6
≫ juhūṣu
juhūṣu mfn. (√hu Desid.) intending to sacrifice (with acc.) Hcat. i, 3, 939 Siṃhâs. ii, 1
≫ juhoti
juhoti m. a technical name for those sacrificial ceremonies to which √hu (not √yaj) is applied KātyŚr. Mn.ī, 84 [Page 424, Column 2]
• xi, 223 Kull.
⋙ juhotyādi
juhoty-ādi the (3rd) class of roots beginning with √hu Pāṇ. 2-4, 75
≫ juhvat
júhvat
⋙ juhvāna
júḍhvāna mfn. pr. p. P. Ā. √hu, q.v
jū 1
(cf. √jinv), cl, i. Ā., 9. P. jávate, junā́ti (√ju, cl. 1. P. javati Dhātup. xxii, 60, vḷ
• a Sautra √Pāṇ. 3-2, 177 ; 3, 97 and 4, 80 Kāś.
• Subj. 2. sg. junā́s
• aor, Subj. jūjuvat
• pf. 3. pl. jūjuvur) to, press forwards, hurry on, be quick RV. iii, 33, 1 ŚBr. x
• to impel quickly, urge or drive on, incite RV. TS. vi
• to scare RV. i, 169, 3
• to excite, promote, animate, inspire RV.: Caus. aor. ajījavat Pāṇ. 7-4, 80 Sch.: Caus. Desid. jijavayiṣati ib. Kāś.
• cf. pra-
≫ juvas
júvas n. quickness RV. ix, 65, 18
≫ jū
jū́ mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 177 and 178 Vārtt. 2) quick, speedy, (m.) courser RV. i, 134, 1 and 140, 4
• (ī, 14, 3?, acc. pl
• See 2. júr)
• inciting, driving VS. ii, 17 ŚBr. x, 3, 5, 2 and 5,
• f. speed L.
• the atmosphere L.
• a female goblin L.
• Sarasvatī L.
• a spot on the forehead (?) of horses and oxen Uṇ. Sch.
• cf. apī-, kaśo-, dhī-, nabho-, mano-, yātu-, vayo-, vasū-, viśva-, sadyo-, sanā-, and senā-jū́
≫ jūjuvas
jūjuvás mfn. (pf. p. P.) speedy RV. iv, 1 1, 4
• v
≫ jūjuvāna
jūjuvāná mfn. (pf. p. A.) id., 29, 9 ; x, 93, 8
≫ jūta
jūtá mfn. impelled, driven, iv, 17, 12, ix
• cf. ádri- índra-, dásyu-, devá-, bráhma-, vā́ta-, vípra-
≫ jūti
jūtí f. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 97) going or driving, on, quickness, velocity, speed RV. AV. VS. xxi ŚBr. ii, xii
• flowing without interruption AV. xix, 58, 1
• impulse, incitement, instigation, inclination, energy RV. VS. ii, 13 ŚBr. xii
• = pra-jñāna AitUp.v, 2
• m. N. of the author of RV. x, 136, 1
• cf. rátha-
⋙ jūtimat
○mát mfn. impetuous AV. xii, 1, 58
≫ jūka
jūka^ fr. ? the sign Libra VarBṛ.
jūṭa
jūṭa m. (fr. cū́ḍa?) twisted hair(of ascetics and Śiva), Mālātim. Rājat.iv, 1 and (ifc.f. ā) 151
≫ jūṭaka
jūṭaka n. id. L.
• (ikā), f. (= juṭ○) id. Gobh. Sch.
jūtikā
jūtikā f. a kind of camphor L.
jūmaranandin
jūmara-nandin m.= jum○
jūr 1
jūr cl. 4. Ā. See √1. jur
jūr 2
jūr (cf. √jvar), cl. 4. Ā. ○ryate, to hurt Dhātup.
• to be angry with (dat.) Bhaṭṭ. xi, 8
≫ jūr 3
jūr mfn. fr. √jvar Pāṇ. 6-4, 20
≫ jūra
jūra m. = hiṃsana Śiś. xix, 102
• (ī), f. saliva, SāṅkhBr. xix ; 3 Sch.
≫ jūrṇa 2
jūrṇa mfn. fr. √jvar Pāṇ. 6-4, 20 Sch.
≫ jūrṇi 1
jūrṇí f. glowing fire, blaze RV. vii, 39, 1 ; viii, 72, 9
• a fiery weapon, i, 129, 8 (cf. Nir. vi, 4)
• anger Naigh. ii, 13
• = ○rti L.
• (fr. √1. jur, 'decaying' ?) the body L.
• (for jūtí) speed L.
• m. the sun L.
• Brahmā L. ○ṇín mfn. glowing RV. vi, 63, 4
≫ jūrti
jūrti f. = jvara, fever Pāṇ. 6-4, 20 Kāś.
jūrṇa 1
jūrṇá. and 2 See 2. jūr and p. 423, col. 3
jūrṇi 2
jū́rṇi See √2. jṝ
jūrya
jū́rya See col. 1
jūrv
jūrv (cf. √2. jūr), cl. 1. P. (p. jū́rvat) to consume by heat, singe RV. i, 191, 9 (cf. Naigh. ī)
• to hurt Vop. (cf. Dhātup. xv)
• cf. ni- saṃ-
jūṣ
jūṣ cl, 1. P., vḷ. for √yūṣ
≫ jūṣaṇa
jūṣaṇa n. Grislea tomentosa L.
jūṣa
jūṣa n. (cf. juṣkaka) = yūṣa L.
jṛ 1
jṛ cl. 1. P. See √1. jṝ
jṛ 2
jṛ cl. 1. Ā. (2. du. jarethe and Impv. ○thām
jarante, ○rasva
• p. járamāṇa) to come near, approach RV. i-iv, vii f. ; x, 40, 3
jṛṅga
jṛṅga or ○gi m. pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. iv, 22 (v. l. bhṛṅgi) ; xiv, 21
jṛmbh
jṛmbh (cf. √jabh), cl. 1. Ā. jrímbhate (ep. also P. ○bhati
• p. ○bhamāṇa
• pf. jajṛmbhe
• ind. p. jṛmbhitvā) to open the mouth, yawn ĀśvGṛ. iii, 6 Mn. &c
• to gape open, open (as a flower) Ṛitus. Kathās. xxv
• to fly back or recoil (as a bow when unstrung) MBh. v, 1909
• to unstring a bow R. iii, 30, 28
• to unfold, spread (as a flood &c.), expand, occupy a larger circuit MBh. Hariv. Bhartṛ. iii, 41 Rājat. v, 269
• to spread (as sound), v, 363
• to feel at ease Hariv. 12073 Kum. iii, 24 Kathās. vii, 102 Rājat. vi, 283: Caus. (pf. jṛmbhayām āsa) to cause to yawn Hariv. 10632: Intens. jarījṛmbhate, to spread everywhere Dhūrtan. Introd
≫ jṛmbha
jṛmbha m. (n., g. ardkarcâdi) yawning Suśr. iii, 4, 49 Mn. iv, 43 Kull. [Page 424, Column 3]
• blossoming, Ratnâv, ii, 4 (ifc. f. ā)
• appearance of (in comp.) Subh.
• expansion, stretching W.
• m. swelling L.
• N. of a bird R. ii, 35, 18
• (ā), f. blossoming Mālatīm. ix, 16
≫ jṛmbhaka
jṛmbhaka m. 'yawner', a sort of spirit or demon MBh. iii, 14548 Hcat. i, 9, 183
• (= jambh○) N. of certain magical formularies for exorcising the evil spirits supposed to possess weapons R. i, 30, 7
• (ikā), f. yawning MBh. v, 282 f. Kād. Kathās.
≫ jṛmbhaṇa
jṛmbhaṇa mfn. causing to yawn Hariv. R. i, 56, 7 BhP. iii, x
• n. yawning Suśr. VarBṛS. BhP. v Vedântas.
• stretching the limbs, slackness Ṛitus. Vet.
• bursting open, blossoming Bhartṛ.i, 24
≫ jṛmbhā
jṛmbhā f. See ○bha
⋙ jṛmbhāvat
○vat mfn. yawning W.
≫ jṛmbhita
jṛmbhita mfn. opened, expanded, enlarged, increased MBh. vii, 8198 Kathās. lxiv, lxxi
• opened (a flower) L.
• unstrung (a bow) R. i, 75, 17ff
• (fr. Caus.) caused to yawn Hariv. 10633
• exerted W.
• n. yawning Suśr.
• bursting, opening, unfolding Kathās. xxvi, 89
• developing, swelling W.
• exertion L.
• wish L.
• a kind of coitus L.
⋙ jṛmbhin
jṛmḍbhin mfn. yawning W.
• blossoming W.
• (iṇī), f. Mimosa octandra L.
jṝ 1
jṝ (cf. √jur), cl. 1.P, (3. pl. járanti
• Impv. 2. du. járatam
• p. járat, See s.v.) to make old or decrepit RV. vi, 24, 7
• to cause to grow old, vii, 67, 10
• (√1. jṛ) to humiliate L.: cl. 4. P. jī́ryati (AV. &c
• also Ā. ○te
• p. jīryat, rarely ○yamāṇa
• once cl. 1. Ā. Subj. 3. pl. jaranta RV. x, 31, 7
• cl. 9. jṛṇāti Dhātup. xxxi, 24
• cl. 10. jārayati, xxxiv, 9
• pf. jajā́ra, AX, x, 8, 26 &c
• once jāgāra, v, 19, 10
• 3. pl. jajarur and jerur Pāṇ. 6-4, 124
• aor. ajarat and ajārīt, iii, 1, 38
• Subj. 3. pl. jāriṣur RV.
• fut. 1st jaritā and ○rītā Vop. xi, 2
• ind. p. ○ritvā and ○rītvā Pāṇ. 7-2, 55) to grow old, become decrepit, decay, wear out, wither, be consumed, break up, perish RV. AV. &c
• to be dissolved or digested Yājñ. ii, 111 MBh. i, 1331 Suśr. VarBṛS.
• Bhaṭt.: Caus. jarayati (ep. also Ā. ○te
• p. ○ráyat RV. [once, jar○, i, 124, 10] &c.) to make old, wear out, consume RV. TS. iv KaṭhUp. MBh. &c
• to digest MBh. R. Car. i, 21
• to cause to be digested MBh.xii R. BhP.
jṝ 2
jṝ (= √gṝ) cl. 1. Ā. járate (p. járamāṇa) to crackle (as fire) RV.
• (cf. Naigh. iii, 14) to call out to, address, invoke, praise RV.
• cf. ?
≫ jugurvaṇi
jugurváṇi i, mfn. fond of praising, i, 142, 8
≫ jūrṇi 2
jū́rṇi mfn. invoking, 127, 10
jejjaṭa
jejjaṭa See jaijj○)
jeta
jeta in comp. irr. for ○tṛ
⋙ jetavana
○vana n. 'Jetri's wood', N. of a grove near Srāvastī (where Buddha promulgated his doctrines) Buddh.
⋙ jetavanīya
○"ṣvanīya m. pl. N. of a Buddh. school
⋙ jetasāhvaya
○sâhvaya mfn. 'called after Jetṛi', with vana n. = ○ta-vana Lalit.
≫ jetavya
jetavya mfn. (√ji) to be conquered, conquerable MBh. ii, 769 Prab. iv, 10/11
• n. impers. to be conquered R. vi, 91, 7
⋙ jetukāma
jetu-kāma mfn. (fr. inf. ○tum) desirous of victory MBh. iii, 133, 22
≫ jetri
jétri mfn. victorious, triumphant, gaining, (m.) conqueror RV. AV. &c
• m. N. of a son of Madhucchandas (author of RV. i, 11 ) RAnukr.
• of a prince who had a grove near Srāvastī (cf. ○ta-vana) Buddh.
≫ jetva
jétva mfn. to be gained RV. vi, 47, 26
• (jait○) TāṇḍyaBr. 1
⋙ jeman
jéman mfn. victorious RV. x, 106
≫ jemān 2
jemân m. victoriousness VS. xviii, 4 TS. i, 6, 2, 4 ; vii, 4, 3, 2 TāṇḍyaBr. xiii, 12, 8 ; xv, 5, 30
≫ jeya
jeya mfn. (cf. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 3-1, 97 and vi, 1, 213) to be conquered MBh. xv, 220 MārkP. xxvii
• xxxix
≫ jeṣa
jeṣá m. gaining RV. i, 100, 11 ; vi, 44, 18
• cf. uj-, kṣetra- and svar-jeṣá, vi-
jentāka
jentāka m. a dry hot bath Car.
jenya
jénya mfn. (√jan) of noble origin (cf. ?) RV.
• genuine, true (wealth, vásu), ii, 5, 1 ; viii, 101, 6
⋙ jenyāvasu
jenyā-vasu mfn. having genuine [or 'acquired' Sāy. fr. √ji] wealth, vii, 74, 3
• viii
jemana
jemana See √jim
jeya
jeya See above
jelaka
jelaka m. N. of a man Rājat. vii
jeṣ
jeṣ cl. 1. Ā. to move Dhātup. xvi
jeṣa
jeṣá See above
jeh
jeh (cf. √jabh, jṛmbh), cl. 1. Ā. (p. jéhamāna) to open the mouth, breathe heavily, be excessively thirsty RV. i, 163, 6
• x
• to gape, i, 110, 5
• to move ('to strive after' Vop. and Sāy.) Naigh. ī. [Page 425, Column 1]
jehila
jehila m. N. of a Jain Sūri (successor of Nāga) Kalpas. sthavir. xii f
jai
jai cl. 1. jāyati, to wane, perish Dhātup. xxii, 17
√.kṣai
jaikaśūnya
jaikaśūnya m. N. of a man Pravar. i, 1 (vvḷl. jek○ and jihvāś○)
jaigīṣavya
jaigīṣavya m. patr. fr. jigīṣú (g. gargâdi), N. of an ancient Ṛishi (named along with Asita Devala) MBh. ii, ix, xii f. Hariv. 952 VarBṛS. iii, 62 BhP. ix, 21, 26
⋙ jaigīṣavyeśvara
jaigīṣavyêśvara n. N. of a Liṅga in BārāṇasI KāśīKh. lxiii
≫ jaigīṣavyāyaṇī
jaigīṣavyāyaṇī f. of ○vya g. lohitâdi
jaijjaṭa
jaijjaṭa m. (= jaiyaṭa) N. of an author on medicine, Toḍar Bhpr.
jejj○) Nid. Sch.
jaitra
jaítra mf(ī)n. (fr. √ji) victorious, triumphant, superior RV. i, 102, 3 ; x, 103, 5 MBh. Ragh. &c
• leading to victory RV. ŚBr. xiii ĀśvŚr. iv, 13 MBh. &c
• m. a conqueror W.
• N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra, ix, 1404
• n. victory, triumph, superiority RV. AV. xx TBr. ii
• (ī), f. Sesbania aegyptiaca L.
⋙ jaitraratha
○ratha m. a triumphant car Daś.
≫ jaitrāyaṇa
jaitrāyaṇa patr. Pravar. iii, 1 (v. l. caitr○)
≫ jaitrāyaṇi
jaitrāyaṇi fr. ○tra, g: karṇâdī
≫ jaitriya
jaitriya n. victory ĀpŚr.vi, 20
⋙ jaitva
jaitva mfn
⋙ jetva
jétva
⋙ jaitvāyani
jaitvāyani fr. jitvan g. karṇâdi
≫ jaina
jaina mf(ī)n. relating to the Jinas Sarvad. iii f. Pārśvan. ii, 36
• m. a worshipper of the Jinas, Jaina Sarvad. iii, vii, xi
• = ?), N. of a prince of Kaśmir
• (ī), f. the Jaina doctrine Hcar. viii
⋙ jainataraṃgiṇī
○taraṃgiṇī f. a history of Kaśmīr by Sri-vara
⋙ jainanagara
○nagara n. N. of a town built by prince Jaina
⋙ jainapāla
○pāla m. N. of a man
⋙ jaināyatana
jainâyatana n. a Jaina monastery Daś. vii
⋙ jaināśrama
jainâśrama m. id. L.
⋙ jainendra
jainêndra m. N. of a grammarian
• cf. jin○
• n. Jinêndra's grammar
-vyākaraṇa n. N. of a grammar by Abhaya-nandi (commented on by Deva-nandi, Abhaya- and Soma-deva)
≫ jainya
jainya mfn. relating to the Jainas
≫ jaipāla
jaipāla
⋙ jaipālaka
jaipāḍlaka irr. for jaya-p○, Croton Bhpr.
≫ jaimani
jaimani m. patr. fr. jéman Pravar. iv, 1 and vi, 3 (v. l.)
⋙ jaimantāyana
jaimantāyana v. l. for jīvantyāy○
≫ jaimini
jaimini m. (= ○mani) N. of a celebrated sage and philosopher (he was a pupil of Vyāsa [who made over to him the SV. BhP. i, 4, 21 VāyuP.] SāmavBr. MBh. if., xii
• and was Udgātṛi priest at Janamejaya's snake-sacrifice, i, 2046
• and was founder of the Pūrva- or Karma-Mīmāṃsā Pañcat. Madhus.) AśvGṛ. iii, 4 SāṅkhGṛ. Pravar. i, 4 ; iv, I Hariv. Bādar. &c
⋙ jaiminikaḍāra
○kaḍāra m. = kaḍāra-jaimini, the red Jaimini Pāṇ. 2-2, 38 Kāś.
⋙ jaiminikośasūtra
○kośa-sūtra n. N. of wk
⋙ jaiminibhāgavata
○bhāgavata n. N. of a modern revision of BhP.
⋙ jaiminibhārata
○bhārata n. N. of a modern revision of MBh.
⋙ jaiminisūtra
○sūtra n. N. of wk., Prauḍh
≫ jaiminīya
jaiminīya mfn. relating to or composed by Jaimini (a Dharma-śāśtra) Sarvad. xii, 19
• m. an adherent of Jaimini SŚaṃkar. xvi, 79
• pl. N. of a school of the SV. Caraṇ.
• n. Jaimini's work Sarvad. iv, 195
⋙ jaiminīyanyāyamālāvistara
○nyāya-mālā-vistara m. N. of a compendium of the Mīmāṃsā philosophy by Mādhava
jaimūta
jaimūta mfn. relating to the sage Jīmūta MBh. v, 3845
jaiyaṭa
jaiyaṭa N. of Kaiyaṭa's father
≫ jaiyyaṭa
jaiyyaṭa vḷ. for jaijjaṭa
jaiva
jaiva mf(ī)n. belonging to the living personal soul (jīva) Bādar. ii, 3, 47 Sch.
• relating to Jupiter (Thursday Vishṇ. lxxviii, 5) VarBṛ. Sūryas.
⋙ jaivantāyana
jaivantāyaná m. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 103) = ○ti ŚBr. xiv, 7, 3, 26 Pravar. i, 4 (vḶ)
≫ jaivantāyani
jaivantāyani fr. jīvanta g. karṇâdi
≫ jaivanti
jaivanti m. patr. fr. jivanta Pāṇ. 4-1, 103
≫ jaivantyāyani
jaivantyāyani v. I. for jīvantyāyana
≫ jaivala
jaívala m. patr. fr. jīv○ ŚBr. xiv, 9, 1, 1
≫ jaivali
jaivali m. id. ChUp. i, 8, 1 ; v, 3, 1
≫ jaivātṛka
jaivātṛka mfn. (cf. jīvā́tu) long-lived, one for whom long life is desired Daś. viii, 4 (voc.)
• thin, lean L.
• m. the moon Bhām. ii, 76
• camphor L.
• a peasant Uṇ. Sch.
• a medicament L.
• a son L.
≫ jaivi
jaivi fr. jiva g. sutaṃgamâdi
≫ jaiveya
jaiveya m. patr. fr. jīva g. śubhrâdi
jaiṣṇava
jaiṣṇava mfn. fr. jiṣṇu W.
jaihnavaka
jaihnavaka m. a prince of the Jihnus Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 28 Pat.
jaihmati
jaihmati, m. patr. Pravar. i, 1
≫ jaihmākani
jaihmākani m. patr. ib. (vv. ll. ○māṣmani [for ○mâśmani?] and jihmaka). [Page 425, Column 2]
⋙ jaihmāśineya
jaihmâśineya m. patr. fr. jihmâśin Pāṇ. 6-4, 174
• g. śubhrâdi
≫ jaihmi
jaihmi m. patr. fr. jihmá Pravar. vi, 3 (v. l.)
≫ jaihmya
jaihmya n. (fr. jihmá) 'crookedness', deceit, falsehood Mn. xi, 68 Yājñ. iii, 229 Vyavahārat.
jaihva
jaíhva mfn. lying on or relating to the tongue (jihvā́) Suparṇ. xvii, 1 Bālar. i, 14
≫ jaihvalāyani
jaihvalāyani patr. fr. jihvala Pravar. ii, 2, 1
≫ jaihvākāta
jaihvākāta mfn. fr. jihvā-kātya Pāṇ. 1-1, 73 Vārtt. 8
⋙ jaihvya
jaihvya n. the sense of taste in the tongue BhP. iv, 29, 54 ; vii, 6, 13 and 15, 18
jogū
jógū mfn. (√gu) praising RV. x, 53
joṅga
joṅga n. (cf. juṅga) aloe wood L.
≫ joṅgaka
joṅgaka n. id. Bhpr. v, 2, 21
• cf. ○gala
joṅgaṭa
joṅgaṭa m. = dohada L.
joṅgala
joṅgala m. = ○gaka Npr.
joṭiṅga
joṭiṅga m. an ascetic who subjects himself to severe penances L.
• Śiva L.
≫ joṭin
joṭin
⋙ joṭīṅga
joḍṭīṅga m. Śiva L.
joḍa
joḍa ifc. the chin (e.g. a-, aśva-, eka-, khara-, go-, markaṭa-, sūkara-, hasti-
jahi-) L.
jotika
jotika m. N. of a family, Ratnak
jonarāja
jona-rāja m. N. of the author of Rājat. (commenced AḌ, 1148)
jonnālā
jonnālā f. = yavanāla L.
jomā
jomā f. a kind of broth Divyâv.
jola
jola N. of a mixed caste BrahmaP. i, 9, 121 (also ○lā jāti)
joṣa
jóṣa m. (√juṣ) satisfaction, approval, pleasure RV. i, 120, 1
jóṣam ā́, or ánuj○, 'according to one's pleasure, to one's satisfaction' RV.
• silence Naish. v, 78
• (am), ind. (g. svar-ādi) according to one's wish or liking RV.
• with √ās [MBh. ii, vii f. xii, xv Śak.v, 18/19], √1. as [Naish. vi, 107 Pārśvan. iii, 168], √sthā [KāśīKh.], to remain quiet or silent
• cf. á-, sa-jóṣa, yathā-joṣam
⋙ joṣavaka
○vaká m. chattering nonsense RV. vi, 59, 4
≫ joṣaka
joṣaka See kāla- s.v. 2. kālá
≫ joṣaṇa
joṣaṇa n. ifc. liking BhP. iii, 25, 25
• 'choosing', See bhūmi-joṣaṇá
• approval W.
• (ā), f. expression of satisfaction by the word juṣ KātyŚr. v
≫ joṣayitavya
joṣayitavya mfn. to be approved without reflection Nir. v, 21
⋙ joṣayitṛ
jóṣayitṛ mfn. = joṣṭṛ́ ŚBr.ix, 2, 3, 10 (superl. -tama) Nir. ix, 41f. (f. ○ṭrī)
≫ joṣas
joṣas See ví-, sa-jóṣas
≫ joṣṭṛ
joṣṭṛ́ and jóṣṭṛ mf(nom. du. ○ṣṭrī)n. loving, cherishing, fostering RV. iv, 41, 9 VS. ĀśvŚr. ii, 16 ŚāṅkhŚr. viii, 18, 6 MānGṛ. Nir.
≫ joṣya
jóṣya mfn. delightful RV. i, 173, 8 BhP.
• cf. á-
joṣā
joṣā f. = yoṣā, a woman L.
joṣikā
joṣikā f. a cluster of buds L.
joṣit
joṣit ○ṣitā f. = yoṣit L.
johūtra
johū́tra mfn. (√hve) making noise RV. ii, 10, 1
• challenging, 20, 3
• neighing, i, 118, 9
jaumara
jaumara n. Jumara's grammar
• m. pl, the followers of Jumara, Durgād. on Vop.
jaulāyanabhakta
jaulāyana-bhakta mfn. inhabited by the Jaulāyanas, g. aiṣukāry-ādi
jauhava
jauhava mfn. relating to the sacrificial ladle (juhū́) KātyŚr. vi, 7, 6
jauhotyādika
jauhotyādika mfn. belonging to juhoty-ādi Pāṇ. 3-1, 56 Siddh.
jña 1
jña for 1. jñu. See ūrdhva-
≫ jñu 1
jñu in comp. and ifc. ( See abhi- and asita-jñú, ūrdhvá-, pra-, mitá-, saṃ-) for jā́nu
⋙ jñubādh
○bā́dh mfn. bending the knees RV. vi, 1, 6
jña 2
jñá jñaka, jnapita, &c. See below
jñā 1
jñā cl. 9.P. Ā. jānā́ti, ○nité (cf. Pāṇ. 1-3, 76
• Subj. ○nat
• Impv. ○nītat, 2. sg. ○nīhí, once irr. jña BhP. x, 89, 46
fr. cl. 3. jijāhi MBh. xiii, 4493
• 2. pl. irr. ○nata. ii, 2397
• 2. sg. Ā. irr. ○nase Divyâv. xviii
• p. ○nát, ○nāná irr. ○namāna [MBh.]
• pf. jajñau, ○jñe [Pass. Rājat. v, 481], 3. pl. ○jñúr RV. vii, 79, 4 ŚBr. xi
• p. ○jñāná RV. x, 14, 2
• fut. jñāsyati, ○te
• aor. ajñāsīt, ○sta Pass. ájñāyi, vi, 65, 1 &c
• Pot. jñāyāt or jñey○ Pāṇ. 6-4, 68 [Page 425, Column 3]
• 2. sg. jñeyas = [?] RV. ii, 10, 6
• inf. jñātum) to know, have knowledge, become acquainted with (acc
• rarely gen. MBh. iii, 2154 Hariv. 7095), perceive, apprehend, understand (also with inf. [Pāṇ. 3-4, 65] MBh. ii, v Daś.), experience, recognise, ascertain, investigate RV. &c
• to know as, know or perceive that, regard or consider as (with double acc., e.g. tasya māṃ tanayāṃ jānīta', know me to be his daughter' MBh. iii, 2476
• with mṛṣā, 'to consider as untrue' Ratnâv. ii, 18) Mn. &c
• 'to acknowledge, approve, allow VS. xviii, 59 f. AV. ix, 5, 19 ŚBr. i, xi, xiv
• to recognise as one's own, take possession of SaddhP.
• to visit as a friend AV. x, 1, 25
• to remember (with gen.) MBh. xii, 5169
• Ā. to engage in (gen., e.g. sarpiṣo, 'to make an oblation with clarified butter') Pāṇ. 1-3, 45 ; ii, 3, 51: Caus. jñapayati, to teach any one (acc.) SāṅkhŚr.xv
jñāp○ (Pass. jñāpyate) to make known, announce, teach anything MBh. ii, xii Kāty. and Pat.
• to inform any one (gen.) that (double acc.) MBh. i, 5864
• Ā. to request, ask ChUp. ii, 13, 1 (jñap○) MBh. iii, 8762 (jñāp○): Desid. jijñāsate (Pāṇ. 1-3, 57
• ep. also P.) to wish to know or become acquainted with or learn, investigate, examine Mn. ii, 13 MBh. &c
• to wish for information about (acc.) Kathās. xxii, 84
• to conjecture AV. xiv, 1, 56: Caus. Desid. jijñapayiṣati (also ○jJAp○ Siddh.) and jñīpsati (cf. ○psyamāna), to wish to make known or inform Pāṇ. 7-2, 49 & 4, 5
• [cf.? &c.]
≫ jña 2
jñá mf(ā)n. (iii, 1, 135) knowing, familiar with (chiefly in comp
• rarely gen. or loc. MBh. xii, 12028 R. vii, 91, 25) ŚBr. xiv, 7, 2, 3 Mn. &c
• intelligent, having a soul, wise, (m.) a wise and learned man ŚvetUp. PraśnUp. Bādar. VarBṛ. BhP. vii
• having Jñā as deity Pāṇ. 6-4, 163 Pat.
• m. the thinking soul (= puruṣa) Sāṃkhyak. Nyāyad.iii, 2, 20 Sch.
• the planet Mercury
VarBṛS. VarBṛ. Laghuj. Sūryas.
• the planet Mars L.
• Brahmā L.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman Pāṇ. 6-4, 163 Pat. ; [Lat. mali- and beni-gnu-s.]
⋙ jñatā
○tā f. intelligence Yājñ. iii, 142 Nyāyad. Sch.
• ifc. knowledge of Nal. xix, 24
⋙ jñatva
○tva n. intelligence Nyāyad. Sch.
⋙ jñaṃmanya
○ṃ-manya mfn. thinking one's selfwise Rājat. iii, 491
⋙ jñaśakti
○śakti f. the intellectual faculty Bādar. ii, 2, 9
≫ jñaka
jñaka mf(akā or ikā)n. dimin, fr. 2. jñá Pāṇ. 7-3, 47
⋙ jñapita
jñapita mfn. = ○ptá, 2, 27
≫ jñapta
jñaptá mfn. (2, 27) instructed ŚBr. xi, 5, 3, 8ff
≫ jñapti
jñapti f. understanding, apprehension, ascertainment of (in comp.) VarBṛ. i, 2 Kathās. BhP. x, 89, 2 Sarvad. xif. (ilc. ○tika)
• the exercise of the intellectual faculty, intelligence BhP. x Jaim. i, 1, 5 Sch.
⋙ jñapticaturtha
○caturtha mfn. scil. karman Divyâv. xxvi
≫ jñaptika
jñaptika See ○pti. 2
⋙ jñā
jñā mfn. ifc. 'knowing, familiar with', See ṛta-, pada and pra-jiñā́, á-saṃ-
≫ jñā 3
jñā f. for ā-j○ (by irr. Sandhi after e and o) MBh. i, 3168 ; iii, 16308
≫ jñāta
jñātá mfn. known, ascertained, comprehended, perceived, understood AV. xix, 15, 6 ŚBr. &c. (āṃjñātam 'Ah! I know' Mṛicch. i, 6/7 Śak. &c.)
• meant (mayā jñātam', I meant') Kād. vi, 995
• taken for (nom.) Pañcat. i, 2, 2
• known as (nom.) to (gen.) Vop. v, 27
• m. pl. N. of Mahā-vira's family Jain.
⋙ jñātakulīna
○kulī́na mfn. belonging to a known family ŚBr. iv, 3, 4, 19
⋙ jñātatā
○tā f. the being known or understood Sarvad.
⋙ jñātanandana
○nandana m. 'son of the Jñāta family', Mahā-viira Jain.
⋙ jñātaputra
○putra m. id. ib.
⋙ jñātamātre
○mātre loc. ind. on its being merely ascertained Nal. xvi, 4
⋙ jñātasarvasva
○sarvasva mfn. all-knowing Caurap.
⋙ jñātasiddhānta
○siddhânta mfn. completely versed in any science L.
⋙ jñātādharmakathā
jñātā-dharma-kathā f. the 6th Aṅga of the Jains
⋙ jñātānvaya
jñātânvaya m. = ○ta-nandana W.
≫ jñātaka
jñātaka mfn. known, &c., g. yāvâdi
≫ jñātavya
jñātavya mfn. to be known or understood or investigated or inquired after MBh. Hariv.
• perceptible, 11143
• to be considered as Cāṇ. Mn. Sch.
≫ jñāti
jñātí m. 'intimately acquainted' (cf. Goth. kno1di), a near relation ('paternal relation' L. and Sch.
• cf. sam-bandhin), kinsman RV. AV. xii, 5, 44 TBr. i &c
⋙ jñātikarman
○karman n. the act or duty of a kinsman Gobh. ii, 1, 10
⋙ jñātikārya
○kārya n. id. Mn. xi, 188 Hariv. 9085
⋙ jñātitva
○tva n. consanguinity, relationship Mn. xi, 173
⋙ jñātidāsi
○dāsi- f. a female house-slave R. ii, 7, 1
⋙ jñātiputra
○putra m. the son of a relative Pāṇ. 6-2, 133
• for ○ta-p○ Buddh.
⋙ jñātiprabhuka
○prabhuka mf(ā)n. foremost among relations Yājñ. ii, 5/6 28
⋙ jñātiprāya
○prāya mfn. chiefly destined for kinsmen Mn. iii, 264
⋙ jñātibhāva
○bhāva m. relationship Hit. ii, 5, 8
⋙ jñātibheda
○bheda m. dissension among relatives Hariv. 7304
⋙ jñātimat
○mat mfn. having near relations, SāṅkhGṛ. i, 9
⋙ jñātimukha
○mukhá mfn. having the appearance of a relative AV. xviii, 2, 28. [Page 426, Column 1]
⋙ jñātivid
○vid mfn. having or making near relations Kauś. 78
≫ jñātṛ
jñātṛ́ mfn. one who knows or understands, a knower ChUp. viii, 5, 1 KaṭhUp. &c
• an acquaintance, (hence) a surety (cf. ?) AV. vi, 32, 3 ; viii, 8, 21
• a witness Mn. viii, 57 (vḷ. sákskin)
⋙ jñātṛtva
○tva n. knowledge Sarvad. ix, 49 ; xv, 127
≫ jñāteya
jñāteya n. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 127) affinity, kindred sentiments Hcar. i, 534
≫ jñātra
jñā́tra n. the intellectual faculty VS. xviii, 7 TS. vii, 2, 4, 2 MaitrS. iv, 2, 8 TāṇḍyaBr. v, 7
≫ jñāna
jñāna n. knowing, becoming acquainted with, knowledge, (esp.) the higher knowledge (derived from meditation on the one Universal Spirit) ŚāṅkhŚr.xiii Gobh. Mn. &c
• knowledge about anything cognizance', See -tas and a-jñānād a-jñānād , knowingly or ignorantly, xi, 233)
• conscience MBh.
• = ○nêndriya KaṭhUp. vi, 10
• engaging in (gen., e.g. sarpiṣas', in sacrifice with clarified butter') Pāṇ. 2-2, 10 Vārtt. Pat.
• N. of a Śakti Rasik.xiv, 36 RāmatUp. i, 90 Sch.
• (ā), f. id. Pañcar. iii, 2, 30 Rāmapūjāś.
⋙ jñānakanda
○kanda m. N. of a pupil of Saṃkarâcārya, Śamkar. iv
⋙ jñānakāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa n. (opposed to karma-k○) that portion of the Veda which relates to knowledge of the one Spirit TĀr. x, 1, 19 Sāy. (v. l. khila-k○)
⋙ jñānakīrti
○kīrti m. N. of a Buddh. teacher
⋙ jñānaketu
○ketu m. 'having marks of intelligence', N. of a man Lalit. xiii, 156
-dhvaja m. N. of a Devaputra, iii, 160
⋙ jñānakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa N. of part of ŚivaP.
⋙ jñānagamya
○gamya mfn. attainable by the understanding (Śiva)
⋙ jñānagarbha
○garbha m. 'filled with knowledge', N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. L.
• of a scholar ib.
⋙ jñānagūha
○gūha mf(ā)n. concealing the understanding BhP. iii, 26, 5
⋙ jñānaghana
○ghana m. pure or mere knowledge or intellect, viii, 3, 12 ; ix, 8, 23
○nâcārya, mṆ. of a teacher W.
⋙ jñānacakṣus
○cakṣus n. the eye of intelligence, inner eye, intellectual vision Mn. ii, 8 ; iv, 24 MBh. xiii, 2284 (cf. dīrgha)
• mfn. seeing with the inner eye CūlUp. 16
⋙ jñānacandra
○candra m. N. of a man
⋙ jñānatattva
○tattva n. true knowledge W.
⋙ jñānatapas
○tapas n. penance consisting in striving to attain knowledge W.
⋙ jñānatas
○tas ind. knowingly Mn. viii, 288
⋙ jñānatīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha W.
⋙ jñānatva
○tva n. the being knowledge Sarvad. iii f
⋙ jñānada
○da m. an imparter of knowledge W.
⋙ jñānadatta
○datta m. 'given by knowledge', N. of scholar Buddh. L.
⋙ jñānadarpaṇa
○darpaṇa m. 'mirror of knowledge', Mañjuśri L.
⋙ jñānadarśana
○darśana n. supreme knowledge Buddh. Jain.
• m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Kāraṇḍ. i, 3
⋙ jñānadīpa
○dīpa m. the lamp of knowledge W.
⋙ jñānadīrgha
○dīrgha mfn. far knowing, far-seeing (the eye, cakṣus) MBh. xii, 6742
⋙ jñānadurbala
○durbala mfn. deficient in knowledge W.
⋙ jñānadeva
○deva m. N. of a man W.
⋙ jñānaniścaya
○niścaya m. certainty, ascertainment W.
⋙ jñānaniṣṭha
○niṣṭha mfn. engaged in cultivating true knowledge Mn., iii, 1 34
⋙ jñānapata
○"ṣpata mf(ī)n. fr. -pati g. aśvapaty-ādi
⋙ jñānapati
○pati m. the lord of knowledge ib.
• N. of a man W.
⋙ jñānapara
○para mfn. wholly devoted to knowledge of Spirit
⋙ jñānapātra
○pātra n. 'knowledge-vessel', a man famous through knowledge, Siṃhás. iii, 5/6
⋙ jñānapāvana
○pāvana n. 'purifying knowledge', N. of a Tirtha MBh. iii, 7081
⋙ jñānapūrva
○pūrva mfn. preceded by knowledge, well considered Mn. xii, 89 Car. i, 18
-kṛta mfn. done designedly R. ii, 64, 22
⋙ jñānaprakāśa
○prakāśa m. 'knowledge-illumination', N. of a work by Jagajjīvana-dāsa
⋙ jñānapradīpa
○pradīpa m. N. of Yoga-sāra-samgraha ii
⋙ jñānaprabha
○prabha m. 'brilliant with knowledge', N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. L.
• of a man Buddh.
⋙ jñānapravāda
○pravāda m. 'lecture on knowledge', N. of one of the 14 Pūrvas (or lost Jaina canon)
⋙ jñānaprasthāna
○prasthāna n. 'method of knowledge', N. of a Buddh. work
⋙ jñānabodhnī
○bodhnī f. 'awakening knowledge', N. of a Vedântic treatise
⋙ jñānabhāskara
○bhâskara m', sun of knowledge', N. of a medical compilation
⋙ jñānamaṇḍapa
○maṇḍapa 'knowledge-temple', N. of a temple, KāśiKh. lxxix
⋙ jñānamaya
○maya mfn. consisting of knowledge MuṇḍUp. &c. (sarva- Mn. ii, 7)
• (ī), f. with mudrā = ○na-mudrā RāmatUp. i, 49
⋙ jñānamālā
○mālā f. N. of wk. Smṛitit. Vratapr.
⋙ jñānamudra
○mudra mfn. having the impress of wisdom, wise W.
• (ā), f. a kind of Mudrā Hcat. ii, 1, 765 Vratar. (cf. AgSaṃh.)
⋙ jñānamūrti
○mūrti f. knowledge personified VP. vi, 4, 42
⋙ jñānameru
○meru m. knowledge-Meru', N. of a man Lalit. xiii, 159
⋙ jñānayajña
○yajña m. 'sacrifice of knowledge', N. of Bhāskara-miśra's Comm. on TS. and TĀr.
⋙ jñānayoga
○yoga m. the Yoga as based on the acquisition of true knowledge (opposed to karma-y○ or the Yoga as based on performance of ceremonial rites) Bhag. iii, 3 VP. vi, 4, 42 NārP. MatsyaP.
⋙ jñānaratnāvalī
○ratnâvalī f. 'knowledge-necklace', N. of a treatise Sarvad. vii, 130
⋙ jñānarāja
○râja m. 'king of knowledge', N. of the author of Siddhântasundara
⋙ jñānarādha
○rādha m. pl. N. of a family Pravar. v, 1, [Page 426, Column 2]
⋙ jñānalakṣaṇā
○lakṣaṇā f. 'knowledge-marked', (in logic) intuitive knowledge of anything actually not perceivable by the senses Bhāshāp.
⋙ jñānavajra
○vajra m. 'knowledge-thunderbolt', N. of a Buddh. author
⋙ jñānavat
○vat mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 9 Sch.) knowing (that, iti) Vedāntas. Tattvas.
• endowed with knowledge or science, intelligent, wise, having spiritual knowledge MBh. R. vi, 102, 7 Laghuj. &c
• possessing knowledge (loka) ChUp. vii, 7, 2
• m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. L.
⋙ jñānavarman
○varman m. N. of a poet, Śārṅgp. lviii, 1,
⋙ jñānavāpī
○vāpī f. 'knowledge-pool', N. of a Tirtha, KāśiKh. xxxiii f
⋙ jñānavijñāna
○vijñāna in comp., sacred and miscellaneous knowledge Mn. ix, 41 &c
⋙ jñānavibhūtigarbha
○vibhūtigarbha m. 'filled with superhuman knowledge', N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh. L.
⋙ jñānavilāsakāvya
○vilāsa-kāvya n. N. of a poem
⋙ jñānavṛddha
○vṛddha mfn. advanced in knowledge R. ii, 45, 8
⋙ jñānaśakti
○śakti f. 'intellectual faculty', -mat mfn. possessing intellectual faculty Vedântas.
⋙ jñānaśāstra
○śāstra n. the science of fortune-telling Vet. v, 4/5
⋙ jñānaśrī
○śrī m. N. of a Buddh. author Sarvad. ii, 84
⋙ jñānaśreṣṭha
○śreṣṭha mfn. pre-eminent in wisdom W.
⋙ jñānasaṃtati
○saṃtati f. continuity of knowledge MāṇḍUp. 10
⋙ jñānasaṃtāna
○saṃtāna m. id. Sarvad. xi, 81,
⋙ jñānasambhāra
○sambhāra m. a great amount of knowledge Lalit. iv, 123
⋙ jñānasāgara
○sāgara m. 'knowledge-ocean', N. of a Jain Sūri (author of a Comm. on Ogha-niryukti, AḌ. 1383)
⋙ jñānasiddhi
○siddhi m. N. of a man Kathāsḷiv,. 18
⋙ jñānahasti
○hasti m. N. of a man Pravar. v, 1
⋙ jñānākara
jñānâkara m. 'knowledge-mine', N. of a son of a Buddha
• of a Buddha
⋙ jñānāgni
jñānâgni m. 'knowledge.fire', distinction between good and bad GarbhUp.
⋙ jñānājñānakṛta
jñānâjñāna-kṛta mfn. done knowingly or ignorantly Mn. viii, 145
⋙ jñānātman
jñānâtman m. the intellectual soul VP. vi, 4. 42 RāmatUp. i, 89 ; ii, 5
• mfn. all-wise W.
⋙ jñānānanda
jñānânanda m. 'joy of knowledge', N. of an author
⋙ jñānānutpāda
jñânânutpāda m. non-production of knowledge, ignorance W.
⋙ jñānāmṛta
jñānâmṛta n. 'knowledgenectar', N. of a grammar
⋙ jñānārṇava
jñānârṇava m. 'knowledge-ocean', a wise man BṛNārP. i, 23
• N. of a Tantra
• of a work (by Śubha-candra) Nirṇayas. i, 515
• of a manual on med. by Yama-rāja BrahmaP. i, 16, 17
⋙ jñānāvaraṇa
jñānâvaraṇa n. 'knowledge-cover', error Sarvad. iii (cf. Jain.)
⋙ jñānāvaraṇīya
jñānâvaraṇīya mfn. resulting from error (○ṇa
• one of the 8 kinds of karman) Jain.
⋙ jñānāvalokālaṃkāra
jñānâvalokâlaṃkāra m. N. of a Buddh. work
⋙ jñānāvasthita
jñānâvasthita mfn. engaged in cultivating wisdom W.
⋙ jñānendrasarasvati
jñānêndra-sarasvati m. N. of a scholiast on Siddh.
⋙ jñānendriya
jñānêndriya n. 'knowledge-organ', an organ of sensation BhP. Sāy. on ŚBr. ix
⋙ jñānottama
jñānôttama m. N. of an author W.
⋙ jñānodatīrtha
jñānôda-tīrtha n. 'Tirtha of the waters of knowledge', N. of a Tīrtha KāśīKh. xxxiii
⋙ jñānolkā
jñānôlkā f. 'knowledge-meteor', N. of a Samādhi Buddh.
≫ jñānin
jñānin mfn. knowing, endowed with knowledge or intelligence, wise, (opposed to vi-) knowing the higher knowledge or knowledge of spirit (Kathās. lxxix) Mn. xii, 103 Hariv. &c
• m. a fortuneteller, astrologer R. vi, 23, 4 Kathās. xviii, 60 ; xix, 77 Vet.
• 'possessing religious wisdom', a sage W.
⋙ jñānitva
jñāni-tva n. fortune-telling Kathās. xix, 75
≫ jñāniya
jñāniya Nom. P. to wish for knowledge Vop.
≫ jñāpaka
jñāpaka mf(ikā)n. causing to know, teaching, designing, informing, suggesting Hariv. 6518 Kāty. and Kāś. BhP. ix, 6, 10 Sāh. &c
• m. a master of requests (particular officer at a Hindū court) Pañcat. iii, 67/68 n. an expression or rule giving particular information (as a rule of Pāṇ. Implying some other grammatical law than that resulting from the mere words of the rule itself), precept MBh. i, 5846 Pat. Kāś. and Siddh.
⋙ jñāpakasamuccaya
○samuccaya m. 'Jñāpakarules (of Pāṇ.), N. of wk. by Purnshôttama-deva
≫ jñāpana
jñāpana n. making known, suggesting Pat. and Kāś. Rājat. iv, 180
⋙ jñāpanīya
jñāpanīya mfn. to be made known as (nom.) Kād. vi, 891
≫ jñāpita
jñāpita mfn. informed ĀśvGṛ. iv, 7, 2
• made known, known by (in comp.) Sarvad.
• taught Jaim. i, 1, 2 Sch.
• instructed in (acc.) MBh. xiv, 415 Hariv. 10038
⋙ jñāpti
jñāpti f. for jñapti Buddh. L.
≫ jñāpya
jñāpya mfn. to be made known Sāh. iii, 20
≫ jñās
jñā́s m. a near relative RV. i, 109, 1
• cf. á-
≫ jñīpsā
jñīpsā f. (fr. Desid. of Caus.) asking for information Dhātup. xxviii, 120
⋙ jñipsyamāna
jñípsyamāna mfn. (Pass. p.) being desired to be informed Pāṇ. 1-4, 34
≫ jñu 2
jñu ifc. (in Prākṛit savva-ṇṇu) for 2. jña
≫ jñeya
jñeya mfn. to be known (e.g. jñeyo mahârṇavo'tra, it should be known that there is here a great sea VarBṛS. xiv, 19
kathaṃ na jñeyam asmābhir nivartitum, how should we not know how to leave off Bhag. i, 39) Mn. Yājñ. R. &c
• to be learnt or understood or ascertained or investigated or perceived or inquired about ŚvetUp. i, 12 MBh. iii, 2737 Nal. &c. [Page 426, Column 3]
⋙ jñeyajña
○jña m. 'understanding what is to be understood', the mind Yājñ. iii, 154
⋙ jñeyatā
○tā f. intelligibleness KapS. i, 96 Sch.
⋙ jñeyatva
○tva n. id. Bhāshāp.
⋙ jñeyamallaka
○mallaka m.plṆ. of a people MārkP. lvii
≫ jñaudanīya
jñâudanīya Nom. P. (Desid. jujñ"ṣ "ṣyiskati) to wish for the rice of Jñā Pāṇ. 1-4, 2 Vārtt. 9 Pat.
jman
jmán (only loc. jmán) = kṣā́man (cf. jmā́, jmás, s.v. 2. kskám) RV. vii, 21, 6 and 60, 2 VS. xvii, 6
• cf. úpa-, uru-, dvi-bárha-, pṛthu-, pári-
⋙ jmayā
jma-yā́ mfn. (cf. Nir. xii, 43) going on the earth RV. vii, 39, 3 (opposed to urāv antárikṣe)
≫ jmāyat
jmāyát mfn. reaching the earth, viii, 68, 3
jya
jya jyakā, See √1. jyā and 3. jyā́
jyā 1
jyā (cf. √ji), cI. 9. P. jinā́ti (Pot. ○nīyā́t
• p. ○nát
• pf. jijyaú
• fut. jyāsyati Pāṇ. 6-1, 16f
• ind p. -jyāya, 42) Ved. to overpower, oppress, deprive any one (acc.) of property (acc.) RV. AV. &c
• (derived fr. jyā́yas, 'senior') to become old Dhātup. xxxi, 29: cl. 4. Ā. jī́yate or Pass. ○yáte, Ved. to be oppressed or treated badly, be deprived of property (or everything, sarva-jyāním TS. vii) RV. &c.: Caus. jyāpayati, to call any one old Pāṇ. 3-1, 21 Siddh. 46: Desid. (p. jíjyāsat) to wish to overpower RV. x, 152, 5: Intens. jejīyate Pāṇ. 6-1, 16 Kāś.
• cf. pari-
• ?
≫ jīta
jīta mfn. oppressed AV.
• old, customary, of old Jain. (Prākṛit jīya)
• cf. á-
⋙ jītakalpasūtra
○kalpa-sūtra n. 'old Kalpa-sūtra', Ṇ. of a work by Jina-bhadra
⋙ jītadhara
○dhara m. Śāṇḍilya.
⋙ jītavyavahārasūtra
○vyavahāra-sūtra n. N. of a Jain text
≫ jīna
jīna mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 44 ; vi, 4, 2 Kāś.) old, aged L.
• n. a leather bag ('woollen cover' Jain. Sch.) Mn. xi, 139 (jīla Gaut. xxii
jāla Sch.)
≫ jya
jya mfn. ifc. 'oppressing', see, brahma-jyá
≫ jyā 2
jyā́ f. = ?, See parama-yā́
• excessive demand ŚBr.v, 4, 5, 4
⋙ jyāna
jyā́na n. oppression, iv, 1, 2, 4
≫ jyāni
jyāní f. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 95 Vārtt. 4) id. MaitrS. ii, 2, 10 (cf. á-)
• 'loss', See sarva-jyānī́
• disappearance, Mālatim. ix, 33
• infirmity, old age Vop. xi, 2
• a river L.
⋙ jyāya
jyāya See nṛ-jyāyá
≫ jyāyas
jyā́yas mfn. (Pāṇ. 5-3, 61 f. ; vi, 4, 160) superior, more excellent, greater, larger, stronger RV. &c. (ifc. [e.g. vaccana-, 'superior in speech' Kāś.] Pāṇ. 6-2, 25)
• elder RV. &c
• most excellent Ragh. xviii, 33
• (in law) being of age and answerable for one's conduct W.
⋙ jyāyastva
○tva n. superiority Bādar. iii, 3, 57 Sch.
⋙ jyāyasvat
○vat (jyā́y○), mfn. having a superior AV. iii
≫ jyāyasa
jyāyasá mfn. greater in number ŚBr. xiv, 4, 1
≫ jyāyiṣṭha
jyāyiṣṭha mfn. (irr. superl.) most excellent, first, best MBh. vii, 3701 Hariv. 7265
≫ jyeya
jyéya mfn. to be oppressed or deprived of property ŚBr. xiii, 4, 2 AitBr. vii, 29 (cf. a-jyeyátá, brahma-jyéya)
• most excellent, best KenUp.
≫ jyeṣṭha
jyéṣṭha mfn. (Pāṇ. 5-3, 61) most excellent, pre-eminent, first, chief. best, greatest, (m.) the chief. RV. &c. (ifc. [e.g. vacana-, 'best in speech' Kāś.] Pāṇ. 6-2, 25)
• more excellent than (abl.) MBh. xiii, 7205
• (in math. with pada or mūla) greatest (√square root extracted from the quantity operated upon)
• (cf. Pāṇ. 5-3, 62
○ṣṭhá) eldest, (m.) the eldest brother RV. iv, 33, 5 ; x, 11, 2 AV. &c
• m. (scil. ghaṭa) the ascending bucket (in a machine for raising water) Kuval. 46
• for jyaiṣṭha VarBṛS. Rājat.
• N. of a man MBh. xii, 13593
• n. what is most excellent RV. x, 120, 1 AV. (also oxyt.)
• tin L.
• N. of a Liṅga LiṅgaP. i, 1, 3
• with puṣkara, See ○STha-p○
• (ā́), f. (g. ajâdi) the 16th (or accord. to modern reckoning 18th) lunar mansion (sacred to Indra) AV. xix, 7, 3 (parox.) TBr. iii, 1, 2 PārGṛ. MBh. &c. (also pl.)
• the eldest wife Mn. ix, 122 & 124
• a preferred wife L.
• the 8th year in the Jupiter cycle of 12 years VarBṛS. viii, 10
• the middle finger L.
• a kind of stringed instrument
• misfortune (personified as the elder sister of Lakshmī, Padma, P. v
• cf. ○ṣṭha-lakṣmī́) BhP. i, 17, 32
• N. of a Śakti Hcat. i, 8, 404
• Gaṅgā L.
• (ā L., ī), f. a small house-lizard (also jyaiṣthī W.) Tithyād.
• (am), ind. most, extremely ŚBr. i, 8, 1, 4
⋙ jyeṣṭhakalaśa
○kalaśa m. N. of Bilhaṇa's father Vcar. xviii, 79
⋙ jyeṣṭhagṛhya
○gṛhyá m. the eldest member of a family ŚBr. xii, 4, 1, 4
⋙ jyeṣṭhaghnī
○ghnī́ f. = ○ṣṭhā́, the 16th lunar mansion AV. vi, 110, 2 TBr. i, 5, 2, 8
⋙ jyeṣṭhajaghanya
○jaghanya mfn. pl. the elders last AśvGṛ. iv, 4, 12
⋙ jyeṣṭhatama
○tama (jyéṣ○), mfn. best or first of all RV. ii, 16, 1 ; vi, 67, 1
• oldest of all W.
⋙ jyeṣṭhatara
○tara mfn. an elder one Pañcat. v, 4, 0/1
• (ā), f. a woman guarding a young girl Kathās. lxxv,
⋙ jyeṣṭhatarikā
○"ṣtarikā f. = ○rā ib.
⋙ jyeṣṭhatas
○tás ind. (reckoning) from the eldest, according to seniority AV. xi, 3, 32 ĀpŚr. vi, 7, 8. [Page 427, Column 1]
⋙ jyeṣṭhatā
○tā f. precedence, seniority, primogeniture Mn. MBh. iii, 14461 Hariv. 7164
⋙ jyeṣṭhatāta
○tāta m. a father's elder brother L.
⋙ jyeṣṭhatāti
○tāti (○ṣṭhá-), f. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 61) superiority AV. vi, 39, 1
• = -rā́j RV. v, 44, 1
⋙ jyeṣṭhatva
○tva n. = -tā MBh. i, 8372 SārṅgP. Subh.
⋙ jyeṣṭhapāla
○pāla m. N. of a man Rājat. viii
⋙ jyeṣṭhapuṣkara
○puṣkara n. N. of a renowned place of pilgrimage MBh. iii, xiii
• (○STha puSk○) R. i, 62, 2
⋙ jyeṣṭhaprathama
○prathama mfn. pl. the elders first MānGṛ. ii, 7
⋙ jyeṣṭhabandhu
○bandhu (○ṣṭhá-), m. the chief of a family MaitrS. ii 2, 10
⋙ jyeṣṭhabalā
○balā f. Sida rhomboidea L.
⋙ jyeṣṭhabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa mfn. having the oldest Brāhmaṇa TāṇḍyaBr. vii, 6, 7
⋙ jyeṣṭhabhavikā
○bhavikā f. an elder brother's wife Divyâv. ii, 83 and 113
⋙ jyeṣṭhabhāryā
○bhāryā f. id. W.
• a senior or chief wife W.
⋙ jyeṣṭhayajña
○yajñá m. sacrifice of the eldest TS. vii AitBr. iv, 25
• the most excellent sacrifice TāṇḍyaBr. vi, 3, 8
⋙ jyeṣṭharāj
○rā́j m. a sovereign RV. ii, 23, 1 ; viii, 16, 3 MaitrS. i, 3, 11
⋙ jyeṣṭhalakṣmī
○lakṣmī́ f. a chief mark, congenital mark (cf. AV. vii, 115, 3) MaitrS. i, 8, 1 TBr. ii, 1, 2, 2 ('indigence personified as the elder sister of Lakshmī' Sch.)
⋙ jyeṣṭhalalita
○lalita f. a particular vow to be observed in month Jyaishṭha ŚivaP.
⋙ jyeṣṭhavayas
○vayas mfn. older than (in comp.) Kathās. īc, 28
⋙ jyeṣṭhavara
○vará m. a chief wooer AV. xi, 8, 1 f
⋙ jyeṣṭhavarṇa
○varṇa m. 'first cast man', a Brāhman L.
cf. MBh. xiii, 6571
⋙ jyeṣṭhavarṇin
○varṇin m. id. Kām. ii, 19
⋙ jyeṣṭhavṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. behaving like an eldest brother Mn. ix, 110
• f. the duties of seniority W.
⋙ jyeṣṭhaśvaśrū
○śvaśrū f. a wife's elder sister L.
⋙ jyeṣṭhasāman
○sāman n. the most excellent Sāman TāṇḍyaBr. xxi, 2, 3
• N. of a Sāman. Gobh. iii, 2, 54 MBh. xii f
• mfn. a chanter of that Sāman Yājñ.i, 219
○ma-ga mfn. id. Āp. Mn. iii, 185
⋙ jyeṣṭhastoma
○stoma m. N. of an Ekâha ŚāṅkhŚr.xiv
⋙ jyeṣṭhasthāna
○sthāna n. N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh. iii, 8204
⋙ jyeṣṭhāṃśa
jyeṣṭhâṃśa m. the eldest brother's share W.
• the best share W.
⋙ jyeṣṭhānujyeṣṭhatā
jyeṣṭhânujyeṣṭhatā f. regular succession according to seniority MBh. i, 2727 and 2742
⋙ jyeṣṭhāmalaka
jyeṣṭhâmalaka m. Azadirachta indica L.
⋙ jyeṣṭhāmbu
jyeṣṭhâmbu n. the scum of boiled rice or water in which grain has been washed L.
⋙ jyeṣṭhāśrama
jyeṣṭhâśrama mfn. being in the most excellent order of life (viz. in that of a householder) Mn. iii, 78
⋙ jyeṣṭhāśramin
jyeṣṭhâśramin mfn. id. W.
⋙ jyeṣṭheśvara
jyeṣṭhêśvara n. N. of a Liṅga KāśīKh. lxiii
≫ jyeṣṭhā
jyeṣṭhā́ f. of ○ṣṭha, q.v
⋙ jyeṣṭhāpūjāvilāsa
○pūjā-vilāsa m. N. of wk
⋙ jyeṣṭhāmūla
○mūla m. the month Jyaishṭha MBh. xiii, 4609 and 5156 VP. vi, 8, 33ff
⋙ jyeṣṭhāmūlīya
○"ṣmūlīya m. id. L.
⋙ jyeṣṭhāvrata
○vrata n. a kind of observance in honour of Jyeshṭhā TBr. ii, 1, 2, 2 Sch.
≫ jyeṣṭhinī
jyeṣṭhinī f. a woman who has an elder brother KātyŚr. xxiii, 1, 15 Sch.
• cf. jyaiṣṭhineyá
≫ jyeṣṭhilā
jyeṣṭhilā f. N. of a river MBh. ii, 373
≫ jyaiṣṭha
jyaiṣṭha m. N. of a month (May-June, the full moon standing in the constellation Jyeshṭhā) Lāṭy. x, 5, 18 Mn. viii, 245 Hariv. 7828 KātyŚr. Sch.
• (ī), f. the full moon in month Jyaishṭha VarBṛS. xxiii, 1 (cf. mahā-jyaiṣṭhī)
• See jyeṣṭhī
≫ jyaiṣṭhasāmika
jyaiṣṭhasāmika mfn. fr. jyeskṭha-sāman Gobh. iii, l, 28
⋙ jyaiṣṭhineya
jyaiṣṭhineyá m. (g. kalyāṇyādi) a son of the father's first wife (jyeṣṭhā) TBr. ii, 1, 8, 1 TāṇdyaBr. ii, xx KātyŚr. (fr jyeṣṭhinī Sch.) Gaut. xxviii Mn. ix, 193 MBh. ii, 1934
≫ jyaiṣṭhya
jyaíṣṭhya n. = jyeṣṭha-tā RV. VS. &c
jyā 3
jyā́ f. a bow-string, ? RV. AV. VS. &c
• (in geom.) the chord of an arc
• = jyârdha Sūryas.
• cf. adhi-, uj-, parama-, vi- and sa-jya
eka-, krama-, krānti-
⋙ jyākāra
○kārá m. a bow-string-maker VS. xxx, 7
⋙ jyākriṣṭi
○"ṣkriṣṭi (jyâk○), f. straining a bow-string Amar. (cf. Vcar.)
⋙ jyāghoṣa
○ghoṣá m. the twang of a bow AV. v, 21, 9 MBh. xiii, 7471
⋙ jyāpāśa
○pāśá m. a bow-string AV. xi, 10, 22 Kauś. MBh. iv, 164
⋙ jyāpiṇḍa
○piṇḍa
⋙ jyāpiṇḍaka
○piṇḍḍaka a-sine expressed in figures Sūryas. ii, 31 f
⋙ jyābāṇeya
○"ṣbāṇeya m. pl. N. of a warrior-tribe, and (sg,) a prince of that tribe, g. yaudheyâdi
⋙ jyāmagha
○magha m. N. of Vidarbha's father Hariv. 1980 ff. BhP. ix, 23, 33 ff
⋙ jyārdha
○"ṣrdha (jyâr○), m. the sine of an arc Sūryas. ii, 15
-piṇḍa, = jyā-p○, 16
⋙ jyāvāja
○vāja (jyā́-), mfn. having the elasticity of a bow-string RV. iii, 53, 24
⋙ jyāhroḍa
○hroḍa m. a kind of bow (not used for shooting) TāṇḍyaBr. xvii, 1, 14 KātySr. xxii Lāṭy. viii
• du. N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ jyotpatti
jyôtpatti f. the calculation of sines Gol.
≫ jyakā
jyakā f. (in geom.) the chord of an arc
≫ jyākā
jyākā́ f. a bow-string RV. x, 133 AV. i, 2, 2
≫ jyāyamāna
jyāyamāna mfn. like a bow-string Daś. i, 18
jyā 4
jyā f. the earth L.
• a mother L.
jyu
jyu cl, 1. Ā. to go (= √cyu) Dhātup.
jyut
jyut (fr. dyut), cl. 1. Ā. jyótate (cf. Naigh. i, 16 [Page 427, Column 2]
• also P. Dhātup. iii, 4, vḷ.) to shine MaitrS. ii, 12, 4, 4 MBh. (vḷ.): Caus. jyotáyati, to shine upon, illuminate AV. (iv, 37, 10 and )vii, 16, 1 MBh. (vḷ.)
• cf. ava-
⋙ jyutimat
jyuti-mat mfn. vḷ. for dy
≫ jyotayamāmaka
jyotaya-māmaká m. night-fire (?), AV. iv, 37, 10 (gandharvá AV. Paipp.)
⋙ jyotā
jyotā f. 'the brilliant one', mystical N. of a cow VS. viii, 43
≫ jyoti
jyoti (only loc. ○tau), = ○tis TāṇḍyaBr. xvi, 10, 2
• cf. daśa-, śata-
⋙ jyotidarśana
○darśana ? GārgīS.
⋙ jyotirata
○rata m. N. of a Nāga (cf. ○tī-ratha) Buddh. L.
⋙ jyotirathā
○rathā
⋙ jyotirathyā
○raḍthyā See ○tī-rathā
⋙ jyotiṣṭoma
○ṣṭoma m. (fr. ○tis-stoma Pāṇ. 8-3, 83) N. of a Soma ceremony (typical form of a whole class of ceremonies consisting originally of 3, and later of 4, 5, or 7 subdivisions, viz. Agni-shṭoma (q.v.), Ukthya, and Ati-rātra, or in addition to these Ṣodaśin, Aty-agni-shṭoma, Vāja-peya, and Aptor-yāma) TS. vii ŚBr. x, xiii AitBr. iii &c
⋙ jyotiṣṭomika
○"ṣṣṭomika mfn. fr. ○ma KātyŚr. xxiv, 5, 16
≫ jyotiḥ
jyotiḥ in comp. for ○tis
⋙ jyotiḥparāśara
○parāśara m. the astronomer Parāśara Smṛitit. i
⋙ jyotiḥpitāmaha
○pitāmaha m. Brahmā considered as the grandfather of astron
⋙ jyotiḥprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wk. on astron Nirṇayas.
⋙ jyotiḥśāstra
○śāstra n. = ○tir-vidyā VarBṛS. i, 8 f
• cvi, 4 ŚārṅgP.
⋙ jyotiḥṣṭoma
○ṣṭoma See ○ti-ST○
⋙ jyotiḥsāgara
○sāgara m. 'luminary-ocean', N. of wk. on astron. Nirṇayas. i, 527ff. ; iii, 645ff
⋙ jyotiḥsāman
○sāman n. N. of a Sāman
⋙ jyotiḥsāra
○sāra m. N. of wk. on astron., 720
⋙ jyotiḥsiddhānta
○siddhânta m. another work on astron
≫ jyotika
jyotika m. N. of a Nāga MBh. i, 1558
≫ jyotita
jyotita mfn. = ○tiṣ-mat AgP. cccxxix
≫ jyotir
jyotir in comp. for ○tis
⋙ jyotiragra
○agra (jyót○), mf(ā)n. preceded by light or life RV. vii AV. xiv, 2, 31
⋙ jyotiranīka
○anīka (jyót○), mfn. having a shining face RV. vii, 35, 4
⋙ jyotiriṅga
○iṅga
⋙ jyotiriṅgaṇa
○iṅgaṇa m. 'moving light', a firefly L.
⋙ jyotirīśa
○īśa ○svara m. N. of the author of Dhūrtas.
⋙ jyotirudgamana
○udgamana n. the rising of the stars Pāṇ. 1-3, 40 Pat.
⋙ jyotirgaṇa
○gaṇa m. the heavenly bodies collectively W.
⋙ jyotirgarga
○garga m. the astronomer Garga Nirṇayas. i, 56 and 58
• iii
⋙ jyotirjarāyu
○jarāyu (jyót○), mfn. surrounded by a brilliant covering RV. x, 123, 1
⋙ jyotirjña
○jña m. 'star-knower', an astronomer VarBṛ. xvii, 2
⋙ jyotirjvalanārciśrīgarbha
○jvalanârci-śrī-garbha m. N. of a Bodhisattva Buddh. L.
⋙ jyotirdhāman
○dhāman m. N. of one of the 7 sages in Tāmasa's Manv-antara BhP. viii, 1, 28
⋙ jyotirnirbandha
○nirbandha m. N. of wk. on astron. Nirṇayas. i, 41 and 563 ; ii, 8, 73f
• iii
⋙ jyotirbīja
○bīja n. 'light-seed', = -iṅga L.
⋙ jyotirbhāga
○bhāga mfn. one possessing light Nir. xii, 1
⋙ jyotirbhāsamaṇi
○bhāsa-maṇi m. a kind of gem Buddh. L.
⋙ jyotirbhāsin
○bhāsin mfn. brilliant with light Hariv. 985
⋙ jyotirmaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. the stellar sphere W.
⋙ jyotirmantra
○mantra m. N. of a Mantra Sarvad. xv, 260 f
⋙ jyotirmaya
○maya mfn. consisting of light, brilliant MuṇḍUp. Ragh. x, 24 (Vishṇu) &c
• (also said of Śiva)
• abounding with stars, starry, xv, 59
⋙ jyotirmilin
○milin m. = -iṅga (cf. nīlamīlika) L.
⋙ jyotirmukha
○mukha m. N. of one of Rāma's monkey-followers R. vi
⋙ jyotirmedhātithi
○medhâtithi m. the astronomer Medhâtithi Nirṇayas. iii, 706
⋙ jyotirlatā
○latā f. 'light-creeper', Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
⋙ jyotirliṅga
○liṅga m. N. of several Liṅga temples
⋙ jyotirlekhā
○lekhā f. N. of the daughter of a Yaksha Kathās. lxxiii, 422
-valayin mfn. studded with rows of stars W.
⋙ jyotirloka
○loka m. the world of light AV. Pariś. xiv, 1 BhP. v, 23, 8
⋙ jyotirvid
○víd mfn. = ○tiṣ-kṛ́t TS. i, 4, 34, 1
• knowing the stars, (m.) an astronomer, Yājn. 1, 332 Romakas. Kathās. liv
-ābharaṇa n. N. of wk. on astron
⋙ jyotirvidyā
○vidyā f. astronomy Buddh. L.
⋙ jyotirvivaraṇa
○vivaraṇa n. N. of wk. on astron. Nirṇayas. iii, 758f
⋙ jyotirhastā
○hastā f. 'fire-handed', Durgā, DeviiP.
≫ jyotiś
jyotiś in comp. for ○tis
⋙ jyotiścakra
○cakra n. 'luminarycircle', the zodiac BhP.
• GarP. LiṅgaP. Tithyād.
⋙ jyotiścandrārka
○candrârka m. 'stars, moon and sun', N. of wk
≫ jyotiṣ
jyotiṣ in comp. for ○tis
⋙ jyotiṣkaṇa
○kaṇa m. a spark of fire Ragh. xv, 52
⋙ jyotiṣkara
○kara m. 'light-causer', a kind of flower Buddh. L.
⋙ jyotiṣkaraṇḍaka
○karaṇḍaka n. N. of wk. on astron. (written in Prākṛit by Pāda-liptasūri) Sūryapr. Sch.
⋙ jyotiṣkalpa
○kalpa mfn. like fire, blazing W.
-latā f. N. of wk. on astrol
⋙ jyotiṣkṛ
○√kṛ (ind. p. jyótiṣ-kṛtvā́) to illumine TBr. ii, 1, 3, 9
⋙ jyotiṣkṛt
○kṛ́t mfn. creating light RV. i, 50, 4 ; x, 66, 1 TS. i, 4, 34, 1
⋙ jyotiṣkaumudī
○kaumudī f. N. of wk. on astron Smṛitit. i
⋙ jyotiṣṭama
○ṭama mf(ā)n. (superl.) diffusing the most brilliant light Bhaṭṭ. ix, 85
⋙ jyotiṣṭva
○ṭva n. luminousness TāṇḍyaBr. xvi, 1, 1 APrāt. iv, 102
• the state of light BhP. xi, 3, 13
⋙ jyotiṣpakṣa
○pakṣa (jyót○), mf(ā)n. light-winged Kāṭh. TS. vii ŚBr. xi TāṇḍyaBr.
⋙ jyotiṣprabha
○prabha m. 'brilliant with light', N. of a flower Buddh. L.
• N. of a Buddha Buddh.
• of a Bodhi-sattva ib.
• of a prince Kathās. lix, 59
⋙ jyotiṣprahīṇa
○prahīṇa mfn. deprived of light, blind MBh. i, 178, 27
⋙ jyotiṣmat
○mat (jyót○), mfn. luminous, brilliant, shining, belonging to the world of light, celestial RV. AV. &c. (○tītriṣṭubh', the heavenly Trishṭubh' of 3 x 12 and l x 8 syllables RPrāt.) [Page 427, Column 3]
• spiritual, pure Yogas. i, 36
• m. the sun Daś. viii, 114
• = ○ṣī-mat, q.v
• the 3rd foot of Brahmā ChUp. iv, 7, 3 f
• N. of a son (of Manu Svāyambhuva Hariv. 415
• of Manu Sāvarṇa, 467
• of Priya-vrata king of Kuśa-dviipa VP.)
• of a mountain BhP. v, 20, 4
• (), f. 'starillumined', night L.
• a kind of sacrificial brick VS. TS. i
• a kind of Trishṭubh
• = ○ṣkā Suśr. VarBṛS.
≫ jyotiṣa
jyotiṣa m. an astronomer Buddh. L.
• the sun Gal.
• a particular magical formula for exorcising the evil spirits supposed to possess weapons R. i, 30, 6
• n. (g. ukthâdi) the science of the movements of the heavenly bodies and divisions of time dependant thereon, short tract for fixing the days and hours of the Vedic sacrifices (one of the 6 kinds of Vedâṅga texts) Āp. MuṇḍUp. i, 1, 5 MBh. xiif. &c
• (ā), f. N. of a river Vishṇ. lxxxv, 33
⋙ jyotiṣatattva
○tattva n. N. of wk. on astron
⋙ jyotiṣaratnamālā
○ratna-mālā f. another work on astron
⋙ jyotiṣavidyā
○vidyā f. astronomy W.
⋙ jyotiṣasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m. the whole science of astron. VarBṛ.
⋙ jyotiṣārṇava
jyotiṣârṇava m. N. of wk. on astron. Smṛitit. vii
≫ jyotiṣika
jyotiṣika m. (= jyaut○ Gaṇar. 306 Sch.) an astronomer VarBṛ. xiii, 3 Sch. Siṃhâs. xxv, 0/1 (vḷ.)
≫ jyotiṣīka
jyotiṣīka m. id. Gal.
≫ jyotiṣīmat
jyótiṣī-mat mfn. (fr. du. of ○tis) possessing the two luminaries (moon and sun) AV. xviii, 4, 14 (cf. RV. x, 53, 6)
• m. N. of one of the 7 suns TĀr. i, 7, 1 and 16, 1
• (○ṣ-mat VP. vi, 3, 20 Sch.)
≫ jyotiṣka
jyotiṣka m. Premna spinosa Suśr. iv
• Plumbago zeylanica L.
• the seed of Trigonella foenum graecum L.
• N. of a Nāga (cf. ○tika) MBh. v, 3631
• of a man Buddh. (cf. Divyâv. xix)
• pl. 'the luminaries' regarded as a class of deities (arranged under 5 heads, viz. sun, moon, the planets, fixed stars, and lunar mansions) Jain.
• n. N. of a luminous weapon (with which Arjuna destroyed Tamas) MBh. vii, 1325 (jyautiṣa, B)
• N. of a bright peak of Meru, xii, 10212
• (ā), f. Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.
≫ jyotiṣya
jyotiṣyá mfn. illumined TS. vi, 4, 2, 2
≫ jyotis
jyótis n. light (of the sun, dawn, fire, lightning, &c
• also pl.), brightness (of the sky) RV. &c. (trī́ṇi jyótīṃṣi, light appearing in the 3 worlds, viz. on earth, in the intermediate region, and in the sky or heaven [the last being called uttamá VS. xx AV. xviii
• or úttara, i, 9, l
• or tṛtī́ya RV. x, 56, 1] VS. viii, 36 AV. ix, 5, 8 MBh. iii
• also personifled as 'fire' on earth, 'ether or air' in the intermediate region, and 'sun' in the sky ŚBr. xi, 5, 8, 2 SāṅkhŚr. xvi, 21, 2, &c
• 'fire, sun and moon' Bhag. xv, 12)
• fire, flash of lightning Megh. Śak.
• moonlight RV. iii, 34, 4 AV. iv, 18, 1
• (pl.) ŚBr. x and R. i, 35, 16
• eye-light RV. i, 117, 17
• the eye MBh. i, 6853 Ragh. BhP. ix
• du. sun and moon Gobh. iii, 3, 18 Śatr. i, 28
• pl. the heavenly bodies, planets and stars Mn. Bhag. &c. ○tiṣām ayana n. course or movements of the heavenly bodies, science of those movements [= ○tiṣa] Lāṭy. iv, 8, 1 Śiksh.
• sg. the light of heaven, celestial world RV. VS. AV. ŚBr. xiv, 7, 2
• light as the divine principle of life or source of intelligence, intelligence RV. vi, 9, 6 VS. xxiv, 3 AV. xvi Bhag.
• (pauruṣaj○ 'human intelligence') Sarvad.
• (paraj'ṭpaurushaj', highest light or truth') RāmatUp. and Sarvad.
• light as the type of freedom or bliss or victory (cf. ?, ? and Lat. lux) RV. AV. VS. ŚBr. xiv Suśr.
• N. of several Ekâhas TS. vii ŚBr. xii. f. &c
• of certain formularies containing the word jyôtis Lāṭy. i, 8, 13
• a metre of 32 short and 16 long syllables
• = ○tiṣa, science of the movements of the heavenly bodies L.
• a mystical N. for the letter r RāmatUp.
• m. fire L.
• the sun L.
• Trigonella foenum graecum L.
• N. of a Marut Hariv. 11545
• of a son of Manu Svārocisha, 429
• of a Prajā-pati VP.
• cf. dákṣiṇā-, śukrá-, sa-, híraṇya-, &c
⋙ jyotistattva
○tattva n. = ○tiṣa-t Nirṇayas. iii
⋙ jyotissātkṛ
○sāt-√kṛ = ○tiṣ- Bhaṭṭ. ix, 85
≫ jyotī
jyotī in comp. for ○tis
⋙ jyotīratha
○ratha (○ti'-), mfn. one whose chariot is light RV. i, 140, 1
• ix f
• the polestar L.
• a kind of serpent Suśr. v, 4
• (al), f. N. of a river (joining the Śoṇa) MBh. iii, 8150 (○ti-rathyā) ; vi, 334 Hariv. 9511 (○ti-r○) Ragh. vii, 33
⋙ jyotīrasa
○rasa m. a kind of gem R. ii, 94, 6 VarBṛS. Kathās.
• mfn. made of that gem MBh. iv, 24
⋙ jyotīrūpasvayambhū
○rūpasvayambhū m. Brahmā in the form of light Buddh.
⋙ jyotīrūpeśvara
○rūpêśvara n. N. of a Litiga KāśīKh. xciv
≫ jyotsnā
jyótsnā f. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 114) a moonlight night TBr. ii, 2, 9, 7
• moonlight MBh. R. &c. (ifc. f. ā Kathās. cvii)
• pl. light, splendour BhP. iii, 28, 21
• one of Brahmā's bodies, 20, 39
• one of the moon's 16 Kalās BrahmaP. ii, 15 [Page 428, Column 1]
• Durgā, DeviiP. Deviim.
• the plant jyotsnī L. Sch.
• the plant ghoṣātakī L.
⋙ jyotsnākālī
○kālī f. N. of a daughter of the moon (wife of Varuṇa's son Pushkara) MBh. v, 3534
⋙ jyotsnādi
○"ṣdi (○nâd○), a Gaṇa of Kāty. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 103 Vārtt. 2)
⋙ jyotsnāpakṣatantra
○pakṣa-tantra n. N. of a Tantra Ānand. 31 Sch.
⋙ jyotsnāpriya
○priya m. 'fond of moonlight', the bird Cakora L.
⋙ jyotsnāmaya
○maya mfn. consisting of moonlight Kād. Hcar.
⋙ jyotsnāvat
○vat mfn. illuminated by the moon Ragh.vi, 34
• shining BhP.iv, 21, 26
⋙ jyotsnāvāpī
○vāpī f. 'moonlight-receptacle', the moon Alaṃkārav.
⋙ jyotsnāvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. a lamp-stand L.
⋙ jyotsneśa
jyotsnêśa m. 'moonlight lord', the moon L. Sch.
≫ jyotsnikā
jyotsnikā f. the plant kośātakī (or kṛta-vedhana Car. Sch.) L.
• N. of a female singer. Mālav.
≫ jyotsnī
jyotsnī f. (for jyaut○) a moonlight night Naish.
• Trichosanthesdioeca L.
• N. of a medical substance L.
≫ jyautiṣa
jyautiṣa n. = jyot○, science of the movements of the heavenly bodies Vātsyāy. i, 3 Brahmas. Madhus.
• for jyotiṣka, q.v
• N. of 2 Sāmans ĀrshBr.
≫ jyautiṣika
jyautiṣika m. = jyot○ g. ukthâdi
≫ jyautsna
jyautsna m: (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 103 Vārtt. 2) the light half of a mouth ŚāṅkhŚr. xiii, 19 Gobh. ii, 8
• (ī), f. a full moon light L.
• Trichosanthes dioeca L.
≫ jyautsnikā
jyautsnikā f. a moonlight night L.
jyeya
jyéya jyéṣṭha, &c. See √jyā
jyo
jyo cl. 1. Ā. jyavate, to order, cause any one to observe a vow Vop. (cf. Dhātup. xxii, 69)
jyok
jyók ind. (g. svar-ādi) long, for a long time or while RV. VS. AV. ŚBr. ChUp.
⋙ jyokkṛ
○√kṛ to be long about anything, delay RV. i, 33, 15 ; vii, 22, 6
• to say 'farewell' (cf. Sch.) Hcar. v (jyot for jyok
• also Caus.)
⋙ jyoktamām
○tamā́m ind., (superl.) for the longest time, longest AitBr. ii, 8 ŚBr. x, 2, 6, 5
≫ jyokti
jyokti f. long life (?) ĀpŚr. xiii, 3, 1
≫ jyog
jyog in comp. for jyok
⋙ jyogaparuddha
○aparuddha (jyóg-), mfn. expelled a long time TS. ii, 1, 4, 7
⋙ jyogāmayāvin
○āmayāvin (jyóg-.), mfn. sick a long time, 1, 1, 3
⋙ jyogjivātu
○jivā́tu f. long life ŚBr. xii, 8, 1, 20 xiii, 8, 3, 1 and 4
jyoḍi
jyoḍi See kara-, hasta-
jyotā
jyotā ○ti, ○tita, &c. See √jyut
jyau
jyau m. (?) planet Jupiter VarBṛ.
jyautiṣa
jyautiṣa ○ṣika, &c. See above
jri 1
jri cl. 1. P. jráyati, to go Naigh. ii, 14
• to overpower Dhātup. xxii, 49
• cf. upa-
≫ jraya
jraya See pṛthu-jráya
⋙ jrayas
jráyas n. expanse, space, flat surface (Zd. śarayo) RV. i, iv-vi, viii ff
≫ jrayasāna
jrayasāná mfn. spreading, expanding, occupying space, v, 66 ; x, 115
⋙ jri 2
jri See uru- and pari-jrí
jri 3
jri or jrī (= √jṝ), cl. 1, 9. 10. jrayatí, jriṇāti, jrāyayati, to grow old Dhātup. (vḷ.) _ jvar (cf. √jval), cl. 1. ○rati (cf. 3. jūr &c.) to be feverish, xix, 1 4
• Caus jvarayati (cf. Pāṇ. 2-3, 54) to make feverish (Pass. ○ryate', to become feverish') Car.vi Suśr.
• cf. anu-saṃ- saṃ-
≫ jvara
jvara m. (g. vṛṣâdi) fever (differing according to the different Doshas or humors of the body supposed to be affected by it
• 'leader and king of all diseases' Suśr.) MBh. &c
• fever of the soul, mental pain, affliction, grief ib.
⋙ jvarakṣaya
○kṣaya m. 'anti-febrile', Costus speciosus VarBṛS. lxxviii, 1 Sch.
⋙ jvaraghna
○ghna mfn. febrifuge Car. vi, 3 Suśr. vi
• m. = ○râri L.
• Chenopodium album L.
⋙ jvaracikitsā
○cikitsā f. medical treatment of fever
⋙ jvaradhūmaketu
○dhūma-ketu mṆ. of a febrifuge Bhpr. vii, 1, 219
⋙ jvaranāśaka
○nāśaka mfn. = -hara
⋙ jvaranāśinī
○nāśinī f. = -hantrī Npr.
• = ○rári ib.
⋙ jvaranirnaya
○nirnaya m. N. of a medical work
⋙ jvarapralāpa
○pralāpa m. delirious words Kād. iv, 268
⋙ jvarabrahmāstra
○brahmâstra n. N. of a febrifuge
⋙ jvarahantrī
○hantrī f. 'febrifuge', Rubia Munjista L.
⋙ jvarahara
○hara mfn. febrifuge Car. vi, 3
⋙ jvarāgni
jvarâgni m. feverish heat W.
⋙ jvarāṅkuśa
jvarâṅkuśa m. a febrifuge
• Andropogon Jvarâṅkuśa W.
• N. of wk. on med., Ṭoḍar
⋙ jvarāṅgī
jvarâṅgī f. a kind of Croton L. (v. l. var○)
⋙ jvarātīsāra
jvarâtīsāra m. diarrhoea with fever Bhpr. vii, 15, 1 ff
⋙ jvarānta
jvarânta m. 'febrifuge', a kind of Nimba Gal.
⋙ jvarāntaka
jvarântaka m. id. L.
• Cathartocarpus fistula L.
⋙ jvarāpaha
jvarâpaha mfn. = ○ra-hara Car. vi, 3 Suśr. vi, 39
• (ā), f. Medicago esculenta L.
⋙ jvarāri
jvarâri m. 'febrifuge', Cocculus cordifolius L.
⋙ jvarāśani
jvarâśani m. N. of a febrifuge
≫ jvarita
jvarita mfn. (g. tārakâdi) feverish, affected with fever Car.vi, 3 Suśr. i, 11 and 29 ; vi, 39 Caurap.
≫ jvarin
jvarin mfn. id. Suśr. i, 11 ; vi, 39 Hcat. i, 7, 3l5 ŚārṅgP. xxi, 10
⋙ jvāra
jvāra See nava-jvārá, pra-. [Page 428, Column 2]
jval
jval cl. 1. P. jválati (ep. also Ā
• p. ○lat
• aor. ajvālīt Pāṇ. 7-2, 2
• 3. pl. ajvaliṣur Bhaṭṭ. xv, 106) to burn brightly, blaze, glow, shine TS. i ŚBr. Gobh. MBh. &c
• to burn (as a wound) Suśr.: Caus. jvalayati or jvāl○, to set on fire, light, kindle, make radiant, illuminate GopBr. ii, 5, 5 (Ā.) MBh. &c.: Intens. jājvalati (MBh.) or ○lyate (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 22 Kāś.
• p. ○lyamāna) to flame violently, shine strongly, be brilliant MBh. R. VP. iii, 2, 10 Rājat. i, 154
≫ jvala
jvala m. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 140) flame W.
⋙ jvalamukhī
○mukhī f. 'flame-faced', N. of a tutelary deity in Lomaśa's family (cf. jvālâm○) BrahmaP. ii, 18, 28
⋙ jvalānana
jvalânana mfn. flame-faced MBh. i, 5933 (v. l.)
≫ jvalakā
jvalakā f. a large flame (v. l. jhalakkā) L.
≫ jvalat
jvalat mfn. pr. p. √jval, q.v
• m. blazing fire, flame Kām.
• (antī), f. black mustard Npr.
⋙ jvalattva
○tva n. radiance, NṛiSUP. ii
⋙ jvalatprabhā
○prabhā f. = ○lantī Npr.
≫ jvalan
jvalan in comp. for ○lat
⋙ jvalanmaṇi
○maṇi mfn. blazing with jewels W.
• m. a brilliant gem W.
≫ jvalana
jvalaná mfn. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 150) inflammable, combustible, flaming ŚBr. xiii, 4, 4, 7 MBh. iii, 12239
• shining, 769
• m.fire MaitrS. ii, 9, 1 (jvál○ or [Padap.] ○lána) Mn. x, 103 Yājñ. MBh. &c
• the number 3 Sūryas. ii, 20 f
• corrosive alkali Suśr.
• Plumbago zeylanica (or its √cf. Npr.) L.
• n. blazing VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. N. of a daughter of Takshaka (wife of Ṛiceyu or Ṛiksha) Hariv. (jvālā MBh. i, 3778)
⋙ jvalanakaṇa
○kaṇa m. a spark of fire Mudr. i, 2
⋙ jvalanabhū
○bhū m. 'fire-born', Kārttikeya SŚaṃkar. i, 98
• Kumārila (incarnation of Kārttikeya) ib.
⋙ jvalanāśman
jvalanâśman m. the sun-stone L.
≫ jvalanīya
jvalanīya mfn. fit to be burnt, combustible W.
≫ jvalantaśikharā
jvalanta-śikharā f. 'flame-tufted', N. of a Gandharva virgin Kāraṇḍ. i, 67
≫ jvalita
jvalita mfn. lighted, blazing, flaming, shining MBh. (tṛṇeṣu jvalitaṃ tvayā, 'you have lighted flames in the grass', i.e. you have had an easy work, v, 7089) &c
• (fr. Caus.) set on fire Mn. vii, 90
• n. radiance Ragh. viii, 53
• blazing MBh. v, 133, 15
⋙ jvalitacakṣus
○cakṣus mfn. fiery-eyed, looking angrily or fiercely W.
⋙ jvalitanayana
○nayana
⋙ jvalitanetra
○netra mfn. id. W.
⋙ jvalitānana
jvalitânana mfn. flame-faced W.
≫ jvalitṛ
jvalitṛ mfn. shining, NṛisUP. i, 2, 4, 4
≫ jvalinī
jvalinī f. Sanseviera Zeylanica L.
≫ jvāla
jvāla (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 140) mfn. burning, blazing W.
• m. light, torch Kauś.
• flame MBh. Hariv. &c
• (ā), f. id. ib.
• illumination KātyŚr. iv, Paddh
• causing a flame to blaze Nyāyam. x, 1, 22
• burnt rice L.
• = jvalanā, q.v
⋙ jvālamālākula
○mālâkula mfn. 'lightgarlanded', shining brilliantly TĀr. x, 1 1, 2
≫ jvālā
jvālā f. of ○la, q.v
⋙ jvālākharagada
○khara-gada m. = -gardabhaka L.
⋙ jvālāgardabhaka
○gardabhaka m. = jāla-gardabha L.
⋙ jvālājihva
○jihva m. flame-tongued R. vii
• fire L.
• N. of an attendant (of Skanda MBh. ix, 2563
• of Śiva L. Sch.)
• N. of a Dānava Hariv. 12935
• of a demon causing diseases, 9559
⋙ jvālādhvaja
○dhvaja m. 'flame-marked', fire Rājat.iv, 41
⋙ jvālānala
○"ṣnala (○lân○), mfn. with rasa m. N. of a mixture Bhpr. vii, 18, 83
⋙ jvālāmālin
○mālin mfn. flame-garlanded R. vii
⋙ jvālāmukha
○mukha m. 'flame-mouthed', a kind of demon (= ulkā-m○) Mn. xii, 71 Kull.
• N. of a Brahma-rākshasa Kathās. xciv, 71
• (ī), f. fire or inflammable gas issuing forth from the earth Bhpr. v, 26, 15
• any place from which issues subterranean fire or inflammable gas (a celebrated Jvālā-mukhī, worshipped like others as a form of Durgā, exists in the hills northeast to the Panjāb)
• N. of a Mantra, GarP. cciv
• (○khī-malinī) Tantras. ii
⋙ jvālārāsabhakāmaya
○rāsabhakâmaya m. = -gardabhaka L.
⋙ jvālāliṅga
○liṅga n. N. of a sanctuary of Siva Kathās. i, 28
⋙ jvālāvaktra
○vaktra m. 'flame-mouthed', N. of an attendant of Śiva BrahmaP. ii, 17
⋙ jvāleśvara
jvālêśvara n. N. of a Tirtha MatsyaP. (vḷ.) RevāKh.
≫ jvālin
jvālin mfn. flaming (Śiva) MBh. xiii, 1171
• (inī), f. a mystical N. of the Ietter v RāmatUp. i