Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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ś
śa 1
śa the first of the three sibilants (it belongs to the palatal class, but in sound as well as euphonic treatment often corresponds to , though in some words pronounced more like s). -1
⋙ śakāra
○kāra m. (for 2. p. 1045) the letter or sound śa Prāt.
-bheda m. = next
⋙ śabheda
○bheda m. N. of a treatise on the proper spelling of words beginning with ś, , or s
⋙ śavarga
○varga m. the sibilating class of letters, i.e. the three sibilants and the letter h
śa 2
śa (ifc.) = śaya ( giri-, vāri-, vṛkṣa-śa)
śa 3
śa m. = śastra L.
• = śiva L.
• n. 2. śam
śaṃya
śaṃya śṃyu &c. p. 1054
śaṃva
śaṃva śaṃvara, śaṃvūka, śamba, śambara, śambūka, p. 1055
śaṃśamam
śaṃśamam śaṃśāmamśam
śaṃs
śaṃs cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. xvii, 79) śáṃsati (m. c. also Ā
• pf. śaśaṃsa, ○se Br. &c
śaṃsuḥ, ○sire MBh.
• p. śaṃsivas, q.v
• aor. aśaṃsīt RV. &c., &c.: Subj. śaṃsiṣat RV. Br.
• 2. pl. śasta RV.
śastāt AitBr.
• 1. sg. śaṃsi RV.
• Prec. śasyāt. Gr
• fut. śaṃsitā ib.
śaṃsiṣyati Br. &c
• inf. śaṃsitm MBh.
-śase RV.
• inf. p. śastvā́, -śasya, -śaṃsam Br. &c
-śaṃsya MBh.), to recite, repeat (esp. applied to the recitation of texts in the invocations addressed by the Hotṛi to the Adhvaryu, when śaṃs is written śoṃs and the formulas śoṃsāmas, śoṃsāvas, śoṃsāva are used
• 2. ā-hāva RV. Br. [Page 1044, Column 1] ŚrS.
• to praise, extol RV. &c. &c
• to praise, commend, approve VarBṛS.
• to vow, make a vow (?) RV. x, 85, 9
• to wish anything (acc.) to (dat.) ib. 124, 3 to relate, say, tell, report, declare, announce to (gen. or dat
• who or where anybody is', acc
• also with two acc, 'to declare anybody or anything to be-') AV. &c. &c
• to foretell, predict, prognosticate R. Kum. &c
• to calumniate, revile W.
• to hurt, injure Dhātup.
• to be unhappy ib.: Pass. śasyáte, to be recited or uttered or praised or approved RV. &c. &c.: Caus. śaṃsayati (aor. aśaśaṃsat), to cause to repeat or recite AitBr. Lāṭy. BhP.
• to predict, foretell R.: Desid. śiśaṃsiṣati Gr.: Intens. śāśasyate, śāśaṃsti ib. [Cf. Lat. carmen for casmen ; casme1na came1na ; censeo.]
≫ śaṃsa
śáṃsa m. recitation, invocation, praise RV.
• wishing well or ill to, a blessing or a curse ib.
• a promise, vow ib. (narā́ṃ śáṃsa RV. ii, 34, 6, prob. = narā-ś○, q.v
ṛjúr íc cháṃsa, ii, 26, 1 either, by tmesis, 'the right praiser', or ṛju-śaṃsa as adj. 'righteous, faithful'
• a spell MW.
• calumny ib.
• (ā), f. praise, flattery, eulogium Kāv.
• wish, desire W.
• speech, utterance, anouncement R.
• mfn. reciting, proclaiming, praising, wishing ( agha-, duḥ-ś &c.)
≫ śaṃsatha
śaṃsatha m. conversation PārGṛ.
≫ śaṃsana
śaṃsana n. reciting, recitation, praise L.
• report, announcement, communication R. (applied to Śiva Hariv. 7425 = veda-praśasya Nīlak.)
≫ śaṃsanīya
śaṃsanīya mfn. to be praised, praiseworthy Nir. Rājat.
≫ śaṃsita
śaṃsita mfn. (often confounded with saṃ-śita, saṃ-√śo) said, told, praised, celebrated Pañcat. praiseworthy ib.
• wished, desired, longed for W.
• calumniated, falsely accused ib.
≫ śaṃsitṛ
śaṃsitṛ m. a reciter (= śaṃstṛ below) MBh. VāyuP. Yājñ. Sch.
• = hotṛ AitĀr.
≫ śaṃsin
śaṃsin mfn. (only ifc.) reciting, uttering, announcing, telling, relating, betraying, predicting, promising Hariv. Kāv. Kathās. &c
≫ śaṃsivas
śaṃsivas mfn. announcing, proclaiming R.
≫ śaṃstavya
śaṃstavya mfn. to be recited AitBr.
≫ śaṃstṛ
śáṃstṛ m. one who recites, a reciter RV. AitBr. (a priest identified with the Praśāstṛi and mentioned along with five others in RV. i, 162, 5
• his sacrificial duties correspond with those of the Maitrā-varuṇa of the later ritual)
• a praiser, encomiast, panegyrist W.
≫ śaṃsya
śáṃsya mfn. to be recited RV.
• to be praised, praiseworthy ib.
• N. of Agni (in a formula)
VS. TBr. KātyŚr. Sch. (m. the eastward sacrificial fire L.)
• to be wished for, desirable W.
≫ śas 1
śas
⋙ śasa
śasa mfn. reciting ( uktha-śás, -śasá)
≫ śasitvā
śasitvā ind. having praised &c. (= śastvā, √śaṃs) MW.
≫ śasta 1
śastá mfn. (for 2. under √śas) recited repeated RV.
• praised, commended, approved MBh. Kāv. &c
• auspicious (cf. á-ś○) AV. Rājat.
• beautiful R.
• happy, fortunate Kathās.
• n. praise, eulogy RV.
• happiness, excellence W.
⋙ śastakeśaka
○keśaka mfn. having excellent or beautiful hair L.
⋙ śastatā
○tā f. excellence MārkP.
⋙ śastokta
śastôkta mfn. one. to whom a recitation has been made VS.
≫ śastavya
śastavya mfn. to be recited or praised MW.
≫ śasti
śastí f. praise, a hymn RV.
• a praiser, singer ib.
≫ śastra 1
śastrá n. (for 2. under √śas) invocation, praise (applied to any hymn recited either audibly or inaudibly, as opp. to stoma, which is sung, but esp. the verses recited by the Hotṛi and his assistant as an accompaniment to the Grahas at the Soma libation) VS. Br. ŚrS. ChUp.
• reciting, recitation ŚāṅkhBr.
⋙ śastrapūjāvidhi
○pūjā-vidhi m. N. of wk. -1
⋙ śastravat
○vat mfn. (for 2. p. 1061, col. i ) accompanied by a Śastra KātyŚr. Sch.
≫ śastraka 1
śastraka n. = 1. śastra KātyŚr.
≫ śastrin 2
śastrin mfn. (for 2. p. 1061, col. 2) reciting, a reciter ĀpŚr. Sch.
≫ śasman
śásman n. invocation, praise RV.
≫ śasya 1
śásya mfn. (for 2. p. 1061, col. 2) to be recited or treated as a Śastra Br.
• to be praised or celebrated Kāv.
• to be wished, desirable, excellent W.
• n. recitation ŚāṅkhBr.
• good quality, merit W.
śak
śak cl. 5.P. (cf. Dhātup.xxvll, 15) śaknoti (pf. śaśā́ka, śekúḥ RV. &c. &c
• aor áśakat AV. &c. [Ved. also Pot. śakeyam and śakyām
• Impv. śagdhi, śaktam]
• fut. śaktā, or śakitā Gr. [Page 1044, Column 2]
śakṣyati, ○te Br. &c
śakiṣyate, ○te Gr
• inf. -śaktave RV.
śaktum or śakitum Gr.), to be strong or powerful, be able to or capable of or competent for (with acc., dat. or loc., rarely acc. of a verbal noun, or with an inf. in am or tum
• or with pr. p
• e.g. with grahaṇāya or grahaṇe, 'to be able to seize'
vadha-nirṇekam a-śaknuvan, 'unable to atone for slaughter'
śakéma vājíno yámam, 'may we be able to guide horses'
vii7kṣitum na śaknoti, 'he is not able to see'
pūrayan na śaknoti, 'he is not able to fill') RV. &c. &c. (in these meanings ep. also śakyati, ○te, with inf in tuṃ cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 78)
• to be strong or exert one's self for another (dat.), aid, help, assist RV. vii, 67, 5 ; 68, 8 &c
• to help to (dat. of thing) ib. ii, 2, 12 ; iv, 21, 10 &c.: Pass. śakyate (ep. also ○ti), to be overcome or subdued, succumb MBh.
• to yield, give way ib.
• to be compelled or caused by any one (instr.) to (inf.) ib.
• to be able or capable or possible or practicable (with an inf. in pass. sense, e.g. tat kartuṃ śakyate, 'that can be done'
• sometimes with pass. p., e.g. na śakyate vāryamāṇaḥ, 'he cannot be restrained'
• or used impers., with or with out instr., e.g. yadi [tvayā] śakyate, 'if it can be done by thee', if it is possible') Mn. MBh. &c.: Caus. śākayati (aor. aśīśakat), Gr.: Desid., √śikṣ. [Cf., accord. to some, Gk. ?, ?, ?, Germ. ḥag ḥecke [1044, 2] hegen ; behagen.]
≫ śaka 1
śaka su-śáka
≫ śakita
śakita mfn. (cf. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 7-2, 17) able, capable (mostly used with na, and giving a pass. sense to the inf., e.g. na śakitaṃ chettum, it could not be cut
• also impers., e.g. na śakitaṃ tena, he was not able) MBh. R. Kathās.
≫ śakta
śakta mfn. able, competent for, equal to, capable of (instr., gen., dat., loc., acc. of person with prati inf., or comp.) Mn. MBh. &c
• = śakita, able to be (with inf. in a pass. sense) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 7-2, 17 m. N. of a son of Manasyu MBh.
≫ śakti
śákti or f. power, ability, strength, might, effort, energy, capability (śaktyā or ātma-ś○ or sva-ś○, 'according to ability'
⋙ śakti
śaktí f. power, ability, strength, might, effort, energy, capability (śaktyā or ātma-ś○ or sva-ś○, 'according to ability'
paraṃ śaktyā, with all one's might'
vitta-śaktyā, 'according to the capability of one's property'
śaktim a-hāpayitvā, 'not relaxing one's efforts, exerting all one's strength'), faculty, skill, capacity for, power over (gen., loc., dat., or inf.) RV. &c. &c
• effectiveness or efficacy (of a remedy) ŚārṅgS.
• regal power (consisting of three parts, prabhutva, personal pre-eminence
mantra, good counsel, and utsāha, energy) Kām. (cf. Ragh. iii, 13)
• the energy or active power of a deity personified as his wife and worshipped by the Śākta (q.v.) sect of Hindūs under various names (sometimes only three, sometimes eight Śakti goddesses are enumerated, as follow, Indrāṇi, Vaishṇavii, Śāntā, Brahmāṇī, Kaumāri, Nārasiṃhī, Vārāhī, and Māheśvarī, but some substitute Cāmuṇḍā and Cāṇdikā for the third and sixth of these: according to another reckoning there are nine, viz. Vaishṇavii, Brahmāṇi, Raudri, Māheśvarī, Nārasiṃhī, Vārāhī, Indraṇī, Kārttikī, and Pradhānā: others reckon fifty different forms of the Śakti of Vishṇu besides Lakshmī, some of these are Kīrtti, Kānti, Tushṭi, Pushṭā, Dhṛiti. Śānti, Kriyā, Dayā, Medhā &c
• and fifty forms of the Śakti of Śiva or Rudra besides Durgā' or Gaurī, some of whom are Guṇôdarī, Virajā, Sālmali, Lolâkshi, Vartulâkshī, Dīrgha-ghoṇā, Sudirgha-mukhī, Go-mukhī, Dirgha-jihvā, Kuṇḍôdarī, Ardha-keśī, Vikṛita-mukhī, Jvālā-mukhi, Ulkāmukhi &c
• Sarasvati is also named as a Śakti, both of Vishṇu and Rudra: according to the Vāyu-Purāṇa the female nature of Rudra became twofold, one half asita or white, and the other sita or black, each of these again becoming manifold, those of the white or mild nature included Lakshmī, Sarasvati, Gaurī, Umā &c
• those of the dark and fierce nature, Durgā, Kāli &c.) Kāv. Kathās. Pur. (cf. RTL. 181 &c. MWB. 216)
• the female organ (as worshipped by the Śākta sect either actually or symbolically) RTL. 140
• the power or signification of a word (defined in the Nyāya as padasya padârthe sambandhaḥ i.e. 'the relation of a word to the thing designated') Bhāshāp. Sāh.
• (in Gram.) case-power, the idea conveyed by a case (= kāraka) Pāṇ. 2-3, 7 Sch.
• the power or force or most effective word of a sacred text or magic formula Up. Pañcar.
• the creative power or imagination (of a poet) Kāvyâd.
• help, aid, assistance, gift, bestowal RV.
• a spear, lance, pike, dart RV. &c. (also śaktī g. bahv-ādi)
• a sword MW.
• (prob.) a flag-staff ( ratha-ś○) [Page 1044, Column 3]
• a partic. configuration of stars and planets (when the latter are situated in the 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th astrological house), VirBṛS
• m. N. of a Muni or sage (the eldest of Vasishṭha's hundred sons
• accord. to VP. he was father of Parāśara, and was devoured by king Kalmāsha-pāda, when changed to a man-eating Rākshasa, in consequence of a curse pronounced upon him by the sage
• he is represented as having overcome Viśvāmitra at the sacrifice of king Saudāsa
• he is regarded as the author of RV. vii, 32, 26 ; ix, 97, 19-21 ; 108, 3 ; 14-16
• Śakti is also identified with one of the Vylāsas, and with Avalokitêśvara, and has elsewhere the patr. Jātukarna and Sāṃkṛiti) Pravar. MBh. &c
⋙ śaktikara
○kara mfn. producing strength Cāṇ.
⋙ śaktikunṭhana
○kunṭhana n. the deadening or blunting of a faculty MW.
⋙ śaktikumāra
○kumāra m. N. of a prince Inscr.
• of a man, Diś
• of a poet Cat.
• (ī), f. N. of a woman Vcar.
⋙ śaktikumāraka
○kumāraka m. N. of a man Inscr.
⋙ śaktigaṇa
○gaṇa m. the company or assemblage of Śaktis ( col. 2) MW.
⋙ śaktigraha
○graha (only L.), mf(ā)n. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 9 Vārtt. 1 Pat.) holding a spear or lance
• taking hold of the force or meaning (of a word or sentence &c. )
• m. a spearman, lancer
• N. of Kārttikeya and Śiva
• perception or apprehension of the force or sense (of a word &c.)
⋙ śaktigrāhaka
○grāhaka m. who or what causes to apprehend the force or signification (of a word or phrase), determining or establishing the meaning of words (as a dictionary, grammar &c.) MW.
• = -graha ib.
⋙ śaktija
○ja mfn. born from Śakti ib.
• m. a son of Śiva ib.
⋙ śaktijāgara
○jāgara m. N. of a Tāntric wk
⋙ śaktijāmala
○jāmala wṛ. for -yāmala
⋙ śaktijña
○jña mfn. one who knows his powers MBh.
⋙ śaktitantra
○tantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ śaktitas
○tas ind. in consequence or by reason of power or strength Kap. Sāṃkhyak.
• according to power, to the best of one's ability Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ śaktitā
○tā f. (ifc.) power, capacity, faculty BhP.
⋙ śaktitraya
○traya n. the three constituents of regal power ( col. 2) ib.
⋙ śaktitva
○tva n. (ifc.) = -tā Suśr.
⋙ śaktidatta
○datta m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ śaktidāsa
○dāsa m. N. of the author of the Māyā-bijakalpa ib.
⋙ śaktideva
○deva m. N. of a Brāhman Kathās.
• of an author of Mantras Cat.
⋙ śaktidvayavat
○dvaya-vat mfn. endowed with two powers or faculties Vedântas.
⋙ śaktidhara
○dhara mfn. bearing or holding a spear VarBṛS.
• m. 'spearman', N. of a warrior Hit. (vḷ. śaktivara)
• of Skanda Hariv. BhP. (cf. kanaka-śakti)
• of an author of Mantras Cat.
• of a Tāntric teacher ib.
⋙ śaktidhṛk
○dhṛk mfn. bearing a spear MW.
⋙ śaktidhvaja
○dhvaja m. 'having a spear for emblem', N. of Skanda Daś.
⋙ śaktinātha
○nātha m. 'lord of Śakti', N. of Siva, Mālatim
⋙ śaktinyāsa
○nyāsa m. N. of a Tāntric wk
⋙ śaktiparṇa
○parṇa m. Alstonia Scholaris L.
⋙ śaktipāṇi
○pāṇi m. 'spear-handed', N. of Skanda Kālac.
⋙ śaktipāta
○pāta m. prostration of strength MW.
⋙ śaktiputra
○putra m. 'son of Śiva', N. of Skanda L.
⋙ śaktipūjaka
○pūjaka m. a Śakti-worshipper, a Śikta Cat.
⋙ śaktipūjā
○pūjā f. Śakti-worship MW.
• N. of wk
⋙ śaktipūrva
○pūrva m. having Śakti for a forefather', patr. of Parāśara VarBṛS.
⋙ śaktiprakarṣa
○prakarṣa mfn. possessing superior capacity or power MW.
⋙ śaktiprakāśabodhinī
○prakāśa-bodhinī f
⋙ śaktibodha
○bodha m. N. of wks
⋙ śaktibhadra
○bhadra m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ śaktibhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. bearing power, powerful, VārBṛS
• 'spear-holder', N. of Skanda L.
• a spearman W.
⋙ śaktibheda
○bheda m. difference of power MW.
• a special capacity ib.
⋙ śaktibhairavatantra
○bhairavatantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ śaktimat
○mat mfn. possessed of ability, powerful, mighty, able to (inf. or loc.) Mn. MBh. &c
• possessing a competence, one who has gained a fortune MW.
• possessed of or united with his Sakti or energy (as a god) Kathās.
• armed with a spear or lance Hariv.
• m. N. of a mountain (prob. wṛ. for śukti-mat) MBh.
• (atī), f. N. of a woman, Kathis
• (-mat) -tva n. power, might Ragh.
⋙ śaktimaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of or produced from a Śakti &c. Cat.
⋙ śaktimokṣa
○mokṣa m. 'loss of strength' and 'hurling a spear' Vās.
⋙ śaktiyaśas
○yaśas f. N. of a Vidyādhari and of the 10th Lambaka of the Kathā-sarit-sāgara (named after her)
⋙ śaktiyāmala
○yāmala n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ śaktirakṣita
○rakṣita or m. N. of a king of the Kirātas Kathās.
⋙ śaktirakṣitaka
○rakṣiḍtaka m. N. of a king of the Kirātas Kathās.
⋙ śaktiratnākara
○ratnâkara m. 'jewelmine of Śakti', N. of awk. on the mystical worship of Śakti or Durgā
⋙ śaktivanamāhātmya
○vana-māhātmya n. N. of a ch. of the BhavP.
⋙ śaktivara
○vara -dhara
⋙ śaktivallabha
○vallabha m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ śaktivāda
○vāda m. 'assertion of Śaktidoctrine', N. of a phil. wk. by Gadādhara-bhaṭṭacārya
-kalikā f. -tīkā f. -rahasya n. -vivaraṇa, n
○dârtha-dīpikā f. N. of wks
⋙ śaktivādin
○vādin m. one who asserts the Śakti-doctrine, an adherent of Śiva-doctrine, a Sākta Cat.
⋙ śaktivicāra
○vicāra m. N. of a phil. wk. (= -vāda)
⋙ śaktivijayastuti
○vijaya-stuti f
⋙ śaktivijayasvāmistotra
○vijaya-svāmi-stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ śaktivīra
○vīra m. (in Śakti worship) the man who has intercourse with the woman representing Śakti W. [Page 1045, Column 1]
⋙ śaktivega
○vega m. N. of a Vidyādhara Kathās.
⋙ śaktivaikalya
○vaikalya n. deficiency of power or strength, incapacity, debility W.
⋙ śaktivaibhavika
○vaibhavika mfn. endowed with power and efficacy MārkP.
⋙ śaktiśodhana
○śodhana n., purification of SṭŚakti', a ceremony performed with the woman representing ŚṭŚakti W.
⋙ śaktiṣṭha
○ṣṭha (for -stha), mfn. potent, mighty L.
⋙ śaktisaṃgamatantra
○saṃgama-tantra n
⋙ śaktisaṃgamāmṛta
○saṃgamâmṛta n. N. of Tāntric wks
⋙ śaktisiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ śaktisiddhanta
○siddhánta m. N. of wk
⋙ śaktisena
○sena m. N. of a man Rājat. vi, 216
⋙ śaktistotra
○stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ śaktisvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a minister of Muktâpiḍa Cat.
⋙ śaktihara
○hara mf(ā)n. depriving of strength Cāṇ.
⋙ śaktihasta
○hasta m. = -pāṇi Kālac.
⋙ śaktihīna
○hīna mfn. powerless impotent Hit.
⋙ śaktihetika
○hetika mfn. armed with a spear or lance L.
≫ śaktin 1
śaktin mfn. (prob.) furnished with a flag-staff MBh. (cf. ratha-śakti)
≫ śaktin 2
śaktin m. N. of a man (= śakti, m.) MBh.
≫ śaktīvat
śaktī-vat mfn. (cf. śakti) 'powerful' or 'helpful' RV. TBr.
≫ śakty
śakty in comp. for śakti
⋙ śaktyapekṣa
○apêkṣa mfn. having regard or reference to ability, according to power or capacity MW.
⋙ śaktyardha
○ardha m. 'half-strength', a partic. stage of exhaustion (perspiring or panting with fatigue) L.
⋙ śaktyavara
○avara mfn. junior to Śakti MW.
≫ śakna
śakna or mfn. kind or pleasant in speech (= priyaṃ-vada) L.
⋙ śaknu
śaknu mfn. kind or pleasant in speech (= priyaṃ-vada) L.
≫ śaknuvāna
śaknuvāna a-ś○
≫ śakman
śákman n. power, strength, capacity RV.
• energy, action ib.
• m. N. of Indra L.
≫ śakya
śakya mf(ā)n. able, possible, practicable, capable of being (with inf. in pass. sense, e.g. na sā śakyā netum balāt, she cannot be conducted by force'
tan mayā śakyam pratśpattum, that is able to be acquired by me'
• the form śakyam may also be used with a nom. case which is in a different gender or number, e.g. śakyaṃ śva-māṃsâdibhir api kṣut pratihantum, 'hunger can be appeased even by dog's flesh &c.'
cf. Vām. v, 2, 25) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to be conquered or subdued, liable to be compelled to (inf.) MBh.
• explicit, direct, literal (as the meaning of a word or sentence, opp. to lakṣya and vyaṅgya) Alaṃkāraś.
⋙ śakyatama
○tama mfn. most possible, very practicable (with inf. in a pass. sense) Hit. iii, 115 (vḷ.)
⋙ śakyatā
○tā f
⋙ śakyatva
○tva n. possibility, practicability, capacity, capability Sarvad. (-tâvacchedaka n. = śakyâṃśe bhāsamāna-dharmaḥ L.)
⋙ śakyapratikāra
○pratikāra mfn. capable of being remedied, remediable Kathās. (apr○)
• m. a possible remedy or counter-agent W.
⋙ śakyarūpa
○rūpa mfn. possible to be (inf. in pass. sense) MBh. xii, 2613
⋙ śakyaśaṅka
○śaṅka mfn. liable to be doubted, admitting of doubt Sarvad.
⋙ śakyasāmantatā
○sāmantatā f. the state of being able to conquer neighbouring kings Kām.
≫ śakra
śakrá mf(ā́)n. strong, powerful, mighty (applied to various gods, but esp. to Indra)
RV. AV. TBr. Lāṭy.
• m. N. of Indra MBh. Kāv. &c
• of an Āditya MBh. Hariv.
• of the number, fourteen' Gaṇit.
• Wrightia Antidysenterica L.
• Terminalia Arjuna L.
⋙ śakrakārmuka
○kārmuka n. 'Indra's bow', the rainbow VarBṛS.
⋙ śakrakaṣṭhā
○káṣṭhā f. 'Indra's quarter', the east Dhūrtan.
⋙ śakrakumārikā
○kumārikā (cf. KālP.) or (VarBṛS.), f. a small flag-staff used with Indra's banner VarBṛS.
⋙ śakrakumārī
○kumāḍrī (VarBṛS.), f. a small flag-staff used with Indra's banner VarBṛS.
⋙ śakraketu
○ketu m. Indra's banner ib.
⋙ śakrakrīdācala
○krīdâcala m. Indra's pleasure. mountain', N. of the mountain Meru L.
⋙ śakragopa
○gopa or m. the cochineal insect (cf. indra-g○) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ śakragopaka
○gopaka m. the cochineal insect (cf. indra-g○) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ śakracāpa
○cāpa n. = -kārmuka MBh. Hariv. &c
-samudbhavā f. a kind of cucumber L. ○pāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to represent a rainbow, Hiriv
⋙ śakraja
○ja m. Indra-born', a cow L.
⋙ śakrajanitrī
○janitrī f. 'Indra's mother', N. of the largest flag-staff used with Indra's banner VarBṛS.
⋙ śakrajāta
○jāta m. = -ja L.
⋙ śakrajānu
○jānu m. N. of a monkey R.
⋙ śakrajāla
○jāla n. magic, sorcery Kālac.
⋙ śakrajit
○jit m. Indra's conqueror', N. of the son of Rāvaṇa (his first name was Megha-nāda, but after his victory over Indra, described in the Rāmâyaṇa, Uttara-kṭkāṇḍa xxxiv, it was changed by Brahmā to Śakra-jit = Indra-jit, q.v
• he was killed by Lakshmaṇa) R. Ragh. &c
• of a king VP.
⋙ śakrataru
○taru m. a species of plant (= vijayā) L.
⋙ śakratejas
○tejas mfn. glorious or vigorous like Indra Bhag.
⋙ śakratva
○tva n. Indra's power or dignity MBh.
⋙ śakradantin
○dantin m. Indra's elephant (called Airāvata) Śiś.
⋙ śakradiś
○diś f. = -kāṣṭhā Kāv. VarBṛS.
⋙ śakradeva
○deva m. N. of a king of the Kaliṅgas MBh.
• of a son of Sṛigāla Hariv.
• of a poet Cat.
⋙ śakradevatā
○devatā f. N. of a partic. night of new moon MBh.
⋙ śakradaivata
○daivata n. 'having Indra as deity', N. of the Nakshatra Jyeshṭhā VarBṛS. . [Page 1045, Column 2]
⋙ śakradruma
○druma m. Pinus Deodora L.
• Mimusops Elengi L.
• Terminalia Arjuna L.
⋙ śakradhanus
○dhanus n. = -kārmuka MBh. R. &c
⋙ śakradhvaja
○dhvaja m. Indra's banner MBh. R. VarBṛS.
-taru m. id. Hariv.
○jôtsava m. = śakrôtsava MW.
⋙ śakranandana
○nandana m. Indra's son', patr. of Arjuna L.
⋙ śakraparyāya
○paryāya m. Wrightia Antidysenterica L.
⋙ śakrapāta
○pāta m. the lowering of IṭIndra's flag Yājñ.
⋙ śakrapāda
○pāda m. the foot of Indra's banner, Var Yogay
⋙ śakrapādapa
○pādapa m. Pinus Deodora L.
• Wrightia Antidysenterica L.
⋙ śakrapura
○pura n. (cf. Kull.),
⋙ śakrapurī
○purī f. (cf. Kathās.) Indra's town
⋙ śakrapuṣpikā
○puṣpikā or f. Menispermum Cordifolium L.
⋙ śakrapuṣpī
○puṣpī f. Menispermum Cordifolium L.
⋙ śakraprastha
○prastha n. N. of ancient Delhi (= indra-prastha) MBh. BhP.
⋙ śakrabāṇāsana
○bāṇâsana n. = -kārmuka R.
⋙ śakrabīja
○bīja n. the seed of Wrightia Antidysenterica L.
⋙ śakrabhakṣa
○bhakṣa m. or n. = śakrâśana Kautukas.
-bhakṣaka m. an eater of lowering's food ib.
-makha or -makhôtsava m. a festival in honour of the plant called 'Indra's food' ib.
⋙ śakrabhavana
○bhavana n. Indra's heaven, Svarga or paradise, I-
⋙ śakrabhid
○bhid m. = -jit L.
⋙ śakrabhuvana
○bhuvana n. = -bhavana W.
⋙ śakrabhūbhavā
○bhūbhavā f. Cucumis Coloquintida L.
⋙ śakrabhūtruha
○bhūtruha m. = -vṛkṣa L.
⋙ śakramātṛ
○mātṛ f. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
⋙ śakramātṛkā
○mātṛkā f. = -janitrī, KāIP
⋙ śakramūrdhan
○mūrdhan m. Indra's head, an ant-hill L.
⋙ śakrayava
○yava m.= -bīja Suśr.
⋙ śakrayaśovidhvaṃsana
○yaśo-vidhvaṃsana n. N. of a ch. of GaṇP. ii
⋙ śakrarūpa
○rūpa mfn. having the form of lṭlowering MW.
⋙ śakraloka
○loka m. = -bhavana Mn. R.
-bhāj mfn. sharing Indra's heaven or paradise MW.
⋙ śakravallī
○vallī f. colocynth L.
⋙ śakravāpin
○vāpin m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ śakravāhana
○vāhana m. 'Indra's vehicle', a cloud L.
⋙ śakravṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. Wrightia Antidysenterica L.
⋙ śakraśarāsana
○śarâsana n. = -kārmuka L.
○nāya Nom. P. ○yate (○yita n. impers.), to represent a rainbow, Dhanaicj
⋙ śakraśākhin
○śākhin m. = -vṛkṣa Bhpr.
⋙ śakraśālā
○śālā f. lowering's hall', a place or room prepared for sacrifices L.
⋙ śakraśiras
○śiras n. = -mūrdhan L.
⋙ śakrasadas
○sadas n. lowering's seat or place MBh.
⋙ śakrasārathi
○sārathi m. Indra's charioteer Mātali L.
⋙ śakrasuta
○suta m. Indra's son', N. of the monkey Vālin L.
• of Arjuna (cf. -nandana) W.
⋙ śakrasudhā
○sudhā f. Indra's nectar', gum olibanum L.
⋙ śakrasṛṣṭā
○sṛṣṭā f. Indra-created', Terminalia Chebula or yellow myrobalan (fabled to have sprung from the ground on which Indra spilt a drop of nectar) L.
⋙ śakrastuti
○stuti f. N. of wk
⋙ śakrākhya
śakrâkhya m. 'Indraṇamed', an owl (cf. ulūka and Vām. ii, 1, 13) L.
⋙ śkrāgni
śkrâgni m. du. Indra and Agni (lords of the Nakshatra Viśākhā) VarBṛS.
⋙ śakrātmaja
śakrâtmaja m. 'Indra's son', N. of Arjuna MBh.
⋙ śakrādana
śakrâdana n. -śakra-taru L.
⋙ śakrāditya
śakrâditya m. N. of a king Buddh.
⋙ śakrānalākhya
śakrânalâkhya mfn. called Indra and Agni (ibc.) VarBṛS. (cf. śakrâgni).'
⋙ śakrābhilagnaratna
śakrâbhilagnaratna n. a partic. gem L.
⋙ śakrāyudha
śakrâyudha n. = sakra-kārmuka R. VarBṛS. MārkP.
⋙ śakrāri
śakrâri m. Indra's enemy', N. of Kṛishṇa Pañcar.
⋙ śkrāvataratīrtha
śkrâvatára-tīrtha n. N. of a place of pilgrimage Siṃhâs.
⋙ śkrāvarta
śkrâvarta m. id. MBh.
⋙ śakrāśana
śakrâśana m. 'Indra's food', the plant Wrightia Antidysenterica (fabled to have sprung from the drops of Amṛita which fell to the ground from the bodies of Rāma's monkeys restored to life by Indra) L.
• n. the seed of Wrightia AntṭAntidysenterica L.
• an intoxicating drink prepared from hemp (= bhaṅgā) Hāsy. Kautukas. (cf. indrâśana)
-kānana n. -vāṭikā f. -vipina', n. a wood or garden in which hemp grows ib.
-niryāsa resin of Cannabis Sativa L.
⋙ śakrāsana
śakrâsana n. lowering's throne MBh. Kāv.
⋙ śakrāhya
śakrâhya m. (?) the seed of Wrightia Antidysenterica L.
⋙ śakreśvaratīrtha
śakrêśvaratīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat.
⋙ śakrotthāna
śakrôtthāna n. the raising up of IṭIndra's banner, = next Cat. (also ○nôtsava m. VP.)
⋙ śakrotava
śakrôtava m. Indra-festival', a festival in honour of lowering on the twelfth day of the light half of Bhādra (when a flag or banner was set up
• cf. dhvajôtthāna and śakra-dhvajôtsava) MBh.
≫ śakrāṇī
śakrāṇī f. N. of Śacī (wife of Indra) MBh.
≫ śakri
śakri m. (only L.) a cloud
• a thunderbolt
• an elephant
• a mountain
≫ śakru
śakru m. N. of a man VP.
≫ śakla 1
śakla mfn. (for 2. p. 1047, col. i) speaking pleasantly or kindly, affable L. (cf. śakna)
≫ śakvan
śákvan mf(arī)n. powerful, able, mighty VS.
• m. an artificer ŚBr.
• an elephant L.
• (arī), f. below
≫ śakvara
śakvara m. a bull Hcar. Kām. Sch.
• (ā), f. gravel L. (prob. wṛ. for śarkarā)
≫ śakvarī
śákvarī f. pl. (wrongly written śakkarī or śarkarī) N. of partic. verses or hymns (esp. of the Mahānāmnī verses belonging to the Śākvara-Sāman) RPrāt. Gobh.
• a partic. metre (in Vedic texts of 7 x 8 syllables, and therefore called sapta-padā, later any metre of 4 x 14 syllables, e.g. the Vasanta-tilaka, q.v.)
TS. Kāṭh. ChUp. &c. [Page 1045, Column 3]
• pl. water AV. VS. Gobh.
• du. the arms Naigh. ii, 4
• sg. a cow AV. PañcavBr. (cf. Naigh. ii, 11)
• a finger L.
• a river Uṇ.iv, 112 Sch.
• N. of a river L.
• a girdle, Kāvâsd. iii, 149
⋙ śakvarītva
○tvá n. the state or condition of being a Śakvarī verse MaitrS.
⋙ śakvarīpṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha mfn. having the Śakvarī verses for a Pṛishṭha (q.v.) Lāṭy.
≫ śagma
śagmá mf(ā́)n. powerful, mighty, strong, effective (others, helpful, kind, friendly') RV. AV. VS. Br. Kauś.
≫ śagman
śágman n. vḷ. for śâkma, i Naigh. ii, 1
≫ śagmya
śagmyá mf(ā)n. = śagma RV. AV. ŚBr.
śaka 2
śáka n. excrement, ordure, dung (cf. śakan, i, śakṛt) AV.
• water (v. l. for kaśa) Naigh. i, 12
• m. a kind of animal Pañcar. (vḷ. śala)
• wṛ. for śuka MBh. xiii, 2835
• (ā), f. a kind of bird or fly or long-eared animal VS. TS. (cf. Sch.)
⋙ śakadhūma
○dhū́ma m. the smoke of burnt or burning cow-dung AV.
• (prob.) N. of a Nakshatra ib.
• a priest who augurs by means of cow-dung Kauś.
-já or -jā́ mfn. produced or born from cow-dung AV.
⋙ śakaṃdhi
○ṃdhi m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdhi
⋙ śakapiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. a lump of dung VS.
⋙ śakapūṇa
○pūṇa m. (fr. √pūṇ?) N. of a man (cf. śākapūṇi)
⋙ śakapūta
○pūta (śáka-), mfn. 'purified with cow-dung', N. of the author of RV. x, 132 (having the patr. Nārmedha) Anukr.
⋙ śakabali
○bali (śáka-), m. an oblation of cow-dung AV.
⋙ śakamaya
○máya mf(ī)n. consisting of or arising from excrement RV.
⋙ śakambhara
○mbhará mfn. bearing dung or ordure AV.
⋙ śakaloṭa
○loṭa m. (√luṭ) = śālūka, a lotus-√cf. Gobh. (cf. Sch
• accord. to some = śaka-loṣṭa, a lump or ball of cowdung')
⋙ śakahū
○hū mfn. Pat.
⋙ śakaīdha
śakaī7dha m. a fire (made) with the excrement of animals ĀpŚr.
≫ śakandhu
śakandhu n. (perhaps for śakan-andhu) a dung-well (?) Pāṇ. 6-1, 94 Vārtt. 4
śaka 3
śaka m. pl. N. of a partic. whiteskinned tribe or race of people (in the legends which relate the contests between Vasishṭha and Viśvamitra the Śakas are fabled to have been produced by the Cow of Vasishṭha, from her sweat, for the destruction of Viśvāmitra's army ; in Mn. x, 44, they are mentioned together with the Pauṇḍrakas, Oḍras, Draviḍas, Kāmbojas, Javanas or Yavanas, Pāradas, Pahlavas, Cīnas, Kirātas, Daradas, and Khaśas, described by Kullūka as degraded tribes of Kshatriyas called after the districts in which they reside: according to the VP. iv, 3, king Sagara attempted to rid his kingdom of these tribes, but did not succeed in destroying them all: they are sometimes regarded as the followers of Śaka or Śāli-vāhana, and are probably to be identified with the Tartars or Indo-Scythians [Lat. saca] who overran India before the Āryans, and were conquered by the great Vikramâditya q.v. ; they really seem to have been dominant in the north-west of India in the last century before and the first two centuries after the beginning of our era) AV.Pariś. Mn. MBh. &c
• a king of the Śakas, g. kambojâdi (on Pāṇ. 4-1, 175 Vārtt.)
• an era, epoch (cf. -kāla)
• a year (of any era) Inscr.
• a partic. fragrant substance Gal.
⋙ śakakartṛ
○kartṛ or m. the founder of an era L.
⋙ śakakāraka
○kāraka m. the founder of an era L.
○kôtpatti, f. N. of wk
⋙ śakakāla
○kāla m. the Śaka era (beginning AḌ.78, and (founded by king Śāli-vāhana ; an expired year of the Śaka era is converted into the corresponding year AḌ. by adding to it 78-79 ; e.g. 654 expired = AḌ. 732-733)
VarBṛS. Rājat. (cf. RTL. 433)
⋙ śakakṛt
○kṛt m. = -kartṛ L.
⋙ śakacella
○cella (?), m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śakadeśa
○deśa m. N. of a country Cat.
⋙ śakanṛpatisaṃvatsara
○nṛpati-saṃvatsara m. a year of the Śaka era Inscr.
⋙ śakanṛpāla
○nṛpāla m. a Śaka king Jyot.
⋙ śakapuruṣavivaraṇa
○puruṣa-vivaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ śakabhūpakāla
○bhūpa-kāla m. = śaka-kāla VarBṛS.
⋙ śakavatsara
○vatsara m. a year of the Śaka era L.
⋙ śakavarṇa
○varṇa m. N. of a king VP.
⋙ śakavarman
○varman m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śakavarṣa
○varṣa m. or n. = -vatsara Jyot.
⋙ śakavṛddhi
○vṛddhi m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śakasthāna
○sthāna n. N. of a country (?) Hcar.
⋙ śakāditya
śakâditya m. 'sun of the Śālis', N. of king Śāli-vāhana L.
⋙ śakādhiparājadhānī
śakâdhipa-rājadhānī f. the capital or residence of the Śāli king, i.e. Dilli (Delhi) L.
⋙ śakāntaka
śakântaka m. 'destroyer of the ŚṭŚāli', N. of king Vikramâditya L.
⋙ śakābda
śakâbda m. a year of the Śāli era W.
⋙ sakāri
sakâri m. 'enemy of the Śskas', N. of king Vikramâditya Rājat.
⋙ śakendrakāla
śakêndra-kāla m. = śakabhūpa-kāla VarBṛS.
≫ śakāra 2
śakāra m. (for 1. under 1. śa) a descendant of the Śakas, a Śaka Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-i, 130
• a king's brother-in-law through one of his inferior wives (esp. in the drama represented as a foolish, frivolous, proud, low, and cruel man, such as is Saṃsthānaka in the Mṛicchakaṭikā, he speaks the dialect of the Śikas i.e. Śākārī, which employs the sibilant ś, exclusively [Page 1046, Column 1]
• hence Śakāra, accord. to some, is for, 'Śa-kāra', one who uses the letter Śa) Bhar. Daś. Sāh. &c
≫ śakārilipi
śakāri-lipi f. a partic. kind of writing Lalit.
śakaca
śakaca m. a proper N. Rājat.
śakaṭa
śakaṭa n. (rarely m. of doubtful derivation) a cart, waggon, car, carriage Nir. ŚāṅkhŚr. &c
• (with prājāpatyam, or rohiṇyāḥ, cf. rohiṇī-ś○) the five stars forming the asterism Rohiṇī compared to a cart Kāv. VarBṛS. &c
• (only) n. a partic. configuration of stars and planets (when all the planets are in the Ist and 7th house) VarBṛS.
• m. n. a form of military array resembling a wedge Mn. vii, 187
• m. Dalbergia Ougeinensis L.
• Arum Colacasia L.
• an implement for preparing grain MW.
• wṛ. for śākaṭa, q.v
• N. of a man, g., naḍâdi
• of a demon slain by the child Kṛishṇa Śiś.
• m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
• (ī), f. below
⋙ śakaṭadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of a man Mudr.
⋙ śakaṭanīḍa
○nīḍa n. the interior of a cart ĀpŚr.
⋙ śakaṭabhid
○bhid m. 'slayer of Śakaṭa', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Pañcar.
⋙ śakaṭabheda
○bheda m. division of the ŚṭŚakaṭa asterism by the moon or a planet passing through it Col.
⋙ śakaṭamantra
○mantra m. pl. the verses addressed to the chariot of Soma ĀpŚr.
⋙ śakaṭavila
○vila (?), m. a gallinule W. (cf. śakaṭāvila)
⋙ śakaṭavyūha
○vyūha m. a partic. form of military array MBh.
⋙ śakaṭavrata
○vrata n. a partic. observance Cat.
⋙ śakaṭasārtha
○sârtha m. a multitude or train of carts, caravan Pat. on Pāṇ. 3-2, 115
⋙ śakaṭahan
○han m. = -bhid W.
⋙ śakaṭākṣa
śakaṭâkṣa m. the axle of a cart MW.
⋙ śakaṭāṅgaja
śakaṭâṅgaja m. a patr. = śākatayana. Gaṇar.
⋙ śakaṭāpaṇa
śakaṭâpaṇa m. pl. carts and merchandise R. (wṛ. śakaṭâyana)
⋙ sakaṭāri
sakaṭâri m. 'enemy of Śakaṭa', N. of Kṛishṇa L.
⋙ śakaṭāvila
śakaṭâvila (?), m. a kind of aquatic bird (= plava) Yājñ. Sch.
⋙ śakatāsurabhañjana
śakatâsura-bhañjana m. 'crusher of the demon Śakaṭa', N. of Kṛishṇa Pañcar.
⋙ śakaṭāhvā
śakaṭâhvā f. 'cartnamed', the asterism Rohiṇī (cf. above) L.
⋙ sakaṭoccāṭana
sakaṭôccāṭana n. the upsetting or overturning of a cart BhP.
≫ śakaṭāya
śakaṭāya Nom. P. ○yati, to represent or be like a cart BhP.
≫ śakaṭāra
śakaṭāra m. a bird of prey (perhaps a kind of vulture) MW.
• N. of a monkey Hit.
• = śakaṭāla W.
⋙ śakaṭāropākhyāna
śakaṭārôpâkhyāna n. the episode or fable of the monkey Śakaṭāra Cat.
≫ śakaṭāla
śakaṭāla m. N. of a minister of king Nanda (in revenge for ill-treatment he conspired with the Brāhman Cāṇakya to effect his master's death) Hcar. Kathās.
≫ śakaṭi
śakaṭi f. = śakaṭī g. bahv-ādi
≫ śakaṭika
śakaṭika mfn. (fr. śākaṭa), g. kumudâdi
≫ śakaṭikā
śakaṭikā f. a small cart, a child's cart, toy-cart Mṛicch. ix, (cf. 28/29 (cf. mṛc-chakaṭikā)
≫ śakaṭin
śakaṭin mfn. possessing a cart or carriage
• m. the owner of a cart Kathās.
≫ śakaṭī
śakaṭī́ f. a waggon, cart, carriage RV. x, 146, 3 (cf. g. bahv-āli)
⋙ śakaṭīkarṇa
○karṇa g. suvāstv-ādi (cf. Kāś. śaṭī-karṇa)
⋙ śakaṭīmukha
○mukha mf(ī) u. 'cart-mouthed', having a mouth like a cart ṢaḍvBr.
⋙ śakaṭīśakaṭa
○śakaṭa mfn. (prob.) consisting of (or produced by) carts or carriages of all kinds (as a noise) Hariv.
≫ śakaṭīyaśabara
śakaṭīya-śabara m. N. of a poet Cat.
≫ śakaṭyā
śakaṭyā f. a multitude of carts, g. pāśâdi
śakan
śakán śákṛt, col. 3
śakam
śakam unader śám (ind.)
śakara
śákara next
śakala
śákala m. n. (in ŚBr. also śákara, of doubtful derivation) a chip, fragment, splint, log, piece, bit TS. &c. &c. (śakalānikṛ, with acc., 'to separate, divide, dissipate' Ragh.)
• a potsherd Mn. vi, 28
• a spark (in kṛśānu-ś○) Śiś. v 9
• n. a half Sāh (candra-ś○, the half-moon Kād.)
• a half-verse Ked.
• the half of an egg-shell Mn. MBh. &c
• skin, bark Divyâv.
• the scales of a fish (cf. śalka, śalkala) ib.
• the skull (in kapāla-ś○)
• cinnamon L.
• a kind of black pigment or dye L.
• m. N. of a man, g. gargâdi
⋙ śakalajyotis
○jyotis m. a kind of venomless snake L.
⋙ śakalavat
○vat mfn. g. madhv-ādi
⋙ śakalāṅguṣṭhaka
śakalâṅguṣṭhaka mfn. (Vedic) Pāṇ. 3-1, 59 Sch.
⋙ śakalendu
śakalêndu m. the half-moon, Hanv. (also wṛ. for sakal○). [Page 1046, Column 2]
⋙ śakalaya
śakalaya Nom. P. ○yati, to break into pieces, divide Mcar.
≫ śakalākṛ
śakalā-√kṛ P. -karoti id., g. ūry-ādi
≫ śakalita
śakalita mfn. broken into pieces, reduced to fragments Hcar. Śiś. Bālar.
≫ śakalin
śakalin m. 'having scales', a fish Harav.
≫ śakalī
śakalī in comp. for śakala
⋙ śakalīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the act of breaking in pieces W. -√kṛ P. -karoti, to break in pieces, divide, bruised Kād. ĀpŚr. Sch.
⋙ śakalīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. broken or cut in pieces, reduced to fragments, smashed, bruised, divided MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ śakalīkṛti
○kṛti f = -karaṇa Harav.
⋙ śakalībhū
○bhū P. -bhavati, to be broken in pieces, burst asunder MBh. R.
⋙ śakalībhūta
○bhūta mfn. broken in pieces, bruised, crushed, burst MBh.
≫ śakalyeṣin
śakalyeṣin mfn. (accord. to Padap. from śakalya + eṣin) 'desiring fragments of wood', devouring or licking (as a flame of fire) AV. 1, 25, 2
śakava
śakava m. (doubtful) a goose W.
śakasakāya
śakasakāya P. ○yati (onomat.), to make a rustling noise, rustle (as the leaves of a tree in the wind) Bhaṭṭ.
śakāra
śakāra 1. 2. under 1. śa and 3. śaka
śakuṭā
śakuṭā f. a partic. part of an elephant's hind leg L.
śakuna
śakuná m. (said to be fr. √śak Uṇ. iii, 49) a bird (esp. a large bird or one of good or bad omen) RV. &c. &c
• a partic. kind of bird (either = gridhra, a vulture, or = cilla, a common kite or Pondicherry eagle) L.
• a kind of Brāhman (vipra-bheda) MW.
• a sort of hymn or song (sung at festivals to secure good fortune) W.
• (with vasiṣṭhasya) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
• N. of an Asura BhP.
• pl. N. of a people MBh. Buddh.
• (ī), f. col. 3
• n. any auspicious object or lucky omen, an omen or prognostic (in general
• rarely 'an inauspicious omen')
Kāv. Kathās. Pañcat.
• mfn. indicating good luck, auspicious MW.
⋙ śakunajña
○jña mfn. knowing omens Kathās.
• (ā), f. a small house-lizard L.
⋙ śakunajñāna
○jñāna n. knowledge of birds or omens, augury Yājñ.
• N. of a chapter of the ŚārṅgP.
⋙ śakunadīpaka
○dīpaka m. (or ikā f.) N. of wk. on augury
⋙ śakunadevatā
○devatā f. a deity presiding over good omens Kathās.
⋙ śakunadvāra
○dvāra n. 'door of omens', a partic. term in augury VarBṛS.
⋙ śakunapattra
○pattra n
⋙ śakunaparīkṣā
○parī7kṣā f
⋙ śakunapradīpa
○pradīpa m
⋙ śakunaratnāvalī
○ratnâvalī f. N. of wks
⋙ śakunarutajñāna
○ruta-jñāna n. knowledge of the notes of birds VarBṛS. Rājat.
⋙ śakunavidyā
○vidyā f. = prec. Buddh.
⋙ śakunaśāstra
○śāstra ī. 'doctrine or book of omens', N. of wk
⋙ śakunasāroddhāra
○sārôddhāra m. N. of wk
⋙ śakunasūkta
○sū7kta n. the bird-hymn (perhaps RV. i, 164, 20 or x, 146, 2) VarBṛS.
⋙ śakunādhiṣṭhātrī
śakunâdhiṣṭhātrī f. f. (a goddess) presiding over good omens Kathās.
⋙ śakunārṇava
śakunârṇava m.,,
⋙ śakunāvalī
śakuḍnâvalī f. N. of wks. on augury
⋙ śakunāśā
śakunâśā f. N. of a plant, Śuśr. (perhaps wṛ. for śakulâśa
• cf. śakulâdanī)
⋙ śakunāhṛt
śakunâhṛt m. a kind of rice L.
• a kind of fish L.
⋙ śakunāhṛta
śakunâhṛta mfn. brought by birds L.
• a kind of rice Suśr. (cf. prec.)
⋙ śaknnopadeśa
śaknnôpadeśa m. the doctrine of omens, augury VarBṛS.
≫ śakunaka
śakunaka m. a bird MBh.
• (ikā), f. a female bird ib.
• N. of one of the Mātṛis attendant of Skanda ib.
• of various women Vās.
≫ śakuni
śakúni m. a bird (esp. a large bird L. = gridhra or cilla, accord. to some 'a cock') RV. &c. &c
• (in astronomy) N. of the first fixed karaṇa (q.v.) VarBṛS.
• N. of a Naga MBh.
• of an evil demon (son of Duþ-saha) MārkP.
• of an Asura (son of Hiraṇyâksha and father of Vṛika) Hariv. Pur.
• of the brother of queen Gandhārī (and therefore the brother-in-law of Dhṛita-rāshṭra and the Mātula or maternal uncle of the Kuru princes
• as son of Subala, king of Gāndhāra, he is called Saubala
• he often acted as counsellor of Duryodhana, and hence his name is sometimes applied to an old officious relative whose counsels ten to misfortune) MBh. Hariv. &c. (cf. IW. 380)
• of a son of Vikukshi and grandson of Ikshvāku) Hariv.
• of a son of Daśa-ratha ib. BhP.
• of the great-grandfather of Aśoka Rājat.
• du. N. of the Āśvins MW.
• (i or ī), f. below
⋙ śakunigraha
○graha m. N. of a demon causing children's diseases MBh.
⋙ śakuniprapā
○prapā f. a drinking-trough for birds L.
⋙ śakunivāda
○vāda m. the first song of birds (or of a partic. bird) at dawn (accord. to some 'the crowing of a cock') AitBr.
⋙ śakunisavana
○savana n. g. savanâdi. [Page 1046, Column 3]
⋙ śakunisāda
○sādá m. a partic. part of the sacrificial horse VS.
⋙ śakunīśvara
śakunī7śvara m. lord of birds', N. of Garuḍa L.
⋙ śakunyupākhyāna
śakuny-upâkhyāna n. N. of wk
≫ śakunī
śakunī f. (of śakuna or ○ni, col, 2) a female bird MBh. Hariv.
• a hen-sparrow L.
• Turdus Macrourus L.
• N. of a female demon (sometimes identified with Durgā) causing a partic. child's disease (sometimes = pūtanā, and in this sense also śakuni) MBh. Hariv.
≫ śakunta
śákúnta m. a bird MBh. Kāv. &c
• a partic. bird of prey BhP.
• a blue jay L.
• a sort of insect L.
• N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh.
≫ śakuntaka
śakuntaká m. a small bird VS. MBh.
• (ikā́), f. a female bird RV.
≫ śakuntalā
śakuntalā f. (said to be fr. śakunta) N. of a daughter of the Apsaras Menakā by Viśvāmitra (she was supposed to have been born and left in a forest, where she was protected by birds till found by the sage Kaṇva, who took her to his hermitage and reared her as his daughter
• she was there seen by king Dushyanta, when on a hunting expedition, and married by him, and became the mother of Bharata, sovereign of all India
• the story of Dushyanta's accidental meeting with Śakuntalā, their marriage, separation, his repudiation of her through temporary loss of memory caused by a curse, his subsequent recognition of her by means of a ring which was lost but afterwards recovered, forms the subject of Kalidāsa's celebrated drama called Abhijñāna-śakuntalā, q.v.)
⋙ śakuntalātmaja
○"ṣtmaja (○lâtm○), m. 'Svargakh's'son', metron. of Bharata (sovereign of India) L.
⋙ sakuntalopākhyāna
sakuntalôpâkhyāna n. 'story of ŚṭŚakuntalā', N. of MBh. i, 60-74 and of PadmaP., Svargakh. 1-5
≫ śakunti
śakúnti m. a bird RV. Kāv.
≫ śakuntikā
śakuntikā śakuntaka
śakunda
śakunda m. Nerium Odorum L. (cf. śata-kunda)
śakura
śakura mfn. tame, quiet (as an animal) Hcar.
śakula
śakulá m. a kind of fish (perhaps 'the gilt-head') VS. AV. MBh. &c
• a kind of spur-like projection (behind the hoof of an ox or cow) VS.
• (with vasiṣṭhasya) N. of a Śāman (v. l. for śakuna)
• (ī), f. below
⋙ śakulagaṇḍa
○gaṇḍa m. a kind of fish L.
⋙ śakulākṣaka
śakulâkṣaka m. 'fish-eyed', white bent-grass, Panicum Dactylon (the blossoms are white and compared to the eye of a fish) L.
⋙ śakulākṣī
śakulâkṣī f. a kind of Dūrvā grass L. (cf. prec.)
⋙ śakulāda
śakulâda m. pl. 'eating Śakulas', N. of a people, g. kāśyādi
⋙ śakulādanī
śakulâdanī f. (cf. śakunâśā) a kind of potherb (accord. to L. Commelina Salicifolia, Scindapsus Officinalis &c.) Car. Vāgbh.
• an earthworm W.
⋙ śakulārbhaka
śakulârbhaka m. a sort of fish L.
≫ śakulin
śakulin m. a fish L. (prob. wṛ. for śakalin, q.v.)
śakṛt
śákṛt n. (the weak cases are optionally formed fr. a base śakán, cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 3
śakṛt nom. acc. sg. and ibc
• gen. sg. śaknás AV.
• instr. śaknā́ VS., or śakṛtā KātyŚr., instr. pl. śákabhis TS.
• acc. pl. śakṛtas VarBṛS.), excrement, ordure, feces, dung (esp. cow-dung) RV. &c. &c. [Cf. Gk. ?, ?, ; accord. to some, [1046, 3] ?, and Lat. cacare.]
⋙ śakṛtkari
○kari m. 'dung-making', a calf. L. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 24)
⋙ śakṛtkāra
○kāra mfn. making ordure W.
⋙ śakṛtkīṭa
○kīṭa m. a dung-beetle L.
⋙ śakṛtpadī
○padī f. having ordure at the feet, g. kumbha-pady-ādi
⋙ śakṛtpiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. a lump or ball of cow-dung Kauś. Āpast.
≫ śakṛd
śakṛd in comp. for śakṛt
⋙ śakṛdgraha
○graha wṛ. for sakṛd-gr○, q.v
⋙ śakṛddeśa
○deśa m. (cf. R.),
⋙ śakṛddvāra
○dvāra n. (K.) 'door of the feces', the anus
⋙ śakṛdbheda
○bheda m. 'loosening of the feces', diarrhoea Suśr.
≫ śakṛn
śakṛn in comp. for śakṛt
⋙ śakṛnmūtra
○mūtra n. feces and urine BhP. (cf., mūtra-śakṛt)
śakkara
śakkara ○rī, śakvara, ○rī
śakkari
śakkari m. a bull L. (cf. śakvara)
śakkuli
śakkuli prob. wṛ. for śaṣkuli Siddh.
śakta
śakta śakti &c. p. 1044, col. 2
śaktu
śaktu śaktuka, incorrect for saktu, saktuka, q.v
śaktri
śaktri śaktrin wṛ. for śakti m. [Page 1047, Column 1]
śakman
śakman śakya, śakra &c. p. 1045, col. 1
śakla 2
śakla m. (for 1. p. 1045, col. 2) prob. for śakala, śalka TS.
≫ śaklīkaraṇa
śaklī-karaṇa n. = śakalī-k○, breaking or hewing in pieces Bālar.
śakvan
śakvan śakvara, śakvarī, p. 1045, col. 2
śagma
śagmá śagmyá, p. 1045, col. 3
śaṅk
śaṅk c1. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. iv, 12) sáṅ kate (ep. also P
• aor. 2. sg. aśaṅkīs, aśaṅkiṣṭa, śaṅkiṣṭhās, śaṅkithās MBh. &c., inf. śaṅkitum ib.
• ind. p
-śaṅkya ib.
• Gr. also pf. śaśaṅke fut. śaṅkitā, śaṅkiṣyate), to be anxious or apprehensive, be afraid of (abl.), fear, dread, suspect, distrust (acc.) Br. MBh.
• to be in doubt or un certain about (acc.), hesitate MBh. Kāv. &c
• to think probable, assume, believe, regard is (with two acc.), suppose to be (śaṅke, 'l think', I suppose', 'it seems to me') ib.
• (in argumentative works) to ponder over or propound a doubt or objection: Pass. śaṅkyate (aor. aśaṅki), to be feared or doubted &c.: Caus. śaṅkayati, to cause to fear or doubt, render anxious about (loc.) Mālav.
≫ śaṅka 1
śaṅka m. (for 2. below) fear, doubt ( comp.)
• N. of a king Buddh. (cf. śaṅkana)
• (ā), f. below
⋙ śaṅkatvanirukti
○tva-nirukti f. N. of wk
≫ śaṅkana
śaṅkana m. 'causing fear or awe (?)', N. of a king MW.
≫ śaṅkanīya
śaṅkanīya mfn. to be distrusted or suspected or apprehended (n. impers.), doubtful, questionable Kāv. Hit. Sarvad. &c
• to be supposed to be, to be regarded as (e.g. bādhakatvena, as hurting or injuring'), Kusum
≫ śaṅkā
śaṅkā́ f. (ifc. f. ā) apprehension, care, alarm, fear, distrust, suspicion of (abl., loc., or prati with acc., or comp
brahma-hatyā-kṛtā śaṅkā, 'the fear of having committed the murder of a Brāhman' R.
pāpa-śaṅkā na katavyā, 'no evil is to be suspected' Kathās.) ŚBr. &c. &c
• doubt, uncertainty, hesitation MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ifc.) belief. supposition, presumption (of or that any person or thing is-) ib.
• a subject started in disputation MW.
• a species of the Daṇḍaka metre W.
⋙ śaṅkākula
○"ṣkula (śaṅkâk○), mfn. bewildered by doubt or fear MW.
⋙ śaṅkātaṅkita
○"ṣtaṅkita (śaṅkât○), mfn. overcome with fear and anxiety Subh.
⋙ śaṅkānvita
○"ṣnvita (śaṅkânv○), mfn. filled with doubt, apprehensive, afraid R.
⋙ śaṅkābhiyoga
○"ṣbhiyoga (śaṅkâbh○), mfn. accusation or charge on suspicion Yājñ. Sch.
⋙ śaṅkāmaya
○maya mf(ī)n. full of doubt or uncertainty, fearful, afraid R.
⋙ śaṅkāśaṅku
○śaṅku m. the thorn or sting of doubt or fear Rājat.
⋙ śaṅkāśīla
○śīla mfn. of hesitating or diffident disposition, prone to doubt MW.
⋙ śaṅkāspada
○"ṣspada (śaṅkâsp○), n. cause of doubt, ground or matter of suspicion Hit.
⋙ śaṅkāspṛṣṭa
○spṛṣṭa mfn. touched with fear, seized with alarm Megh.
⋙ śaṅkāhīna
○hīna mfn. free from doubt or apprehension W.
≫ śaṅkita
śaṅkita mfn. alarmed, apprehensive, distrustful, suspicious, afraid of (abl., gen., or comp.), anxious about (loc. or acc. with prati) MBh. Kāv. &c
• assuming, supposing Rājat.
• feared, apprehended R. Śāntiś.
• doubted, doubtful, uncertain Mn. Mṛicch. &c
• weak, unsteady W.
⋙ śaṅkitadṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi mfn. looking afraid or shy Pañcat.
⋙ śaṅkitamanas
○manas mfn. fainthearted, timid, apprehensive MBh.
⋙ śaṅkitavarṇaka
○varṇaka m. 'of doubtful appearance', a thief L.
≫ śaṅkitavya
śaṅkitavya mfn. to be feared or suspected or distrusted (n. impers.' it should be feared' &c.) MBh. Prasannar.
• to be doubted, doubtful, questionable MBh.
≫ śaṅkin
śaṅkin mfn. afraid of. fearing (comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• timid, suspicious, distrustful as (comp., e.g. kāka-s○, 'distrustful as a crow') MBh. Kathās.
• assuming, supposing, suspecting, imagining Ragh. Hit.
• full of apprehension or danger Pañcat.
≫ śaṅku 1
śaṅku m. (for 2. col. 2) fear, terror W.
≫ śaṅkura
śaṅkura mfn. causing fear, frightful, formidable, m. N. of a Dānava VP. (v. l. for śaṃkara)
≫ śaṅkya
śaṅkya mfn. to be distrusted or suspected or feared (n. impers
• superl. -tama) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to be assumed or expected or anticipated Daś. Rājat.
śaṅka 2
śaṅka m. a bull L.
śaṅkara
śaṅkara śaṃkara, p. 1054, col. 3. [Page 1047, Column 2]
śaṅkavya
śaṅkavya under 2. śaṅku below
śaṅkila
śaṅkila m. (prob. wṛ. for śankhila
• cf. śaṅkha) a conch-shell suspended on the ear of an elephant L.
śaṅku 2
śaṅkú m. (of doubtful derivation) a peg, nail, spike RV. &c. &c
• a stick Hariv.
• a stake, post, pillar MBh.
• an arrow, spear, dart (fig. applied to the 'sting' of sorrow, pain &c
• cf. śankā-, śoka-ś &c.) Hariv. Kāv. Rājat.
• a partic. weapon or any weapon L.
• the pin or gnomon of a dial (usually twelve fingers long) Col.
• a kind of forceps (used for the extraction of a dead fetus) Suśr.
• the fibre or vein of a leaf. ChUp.
• the measure of twelve fingers L.
• (in astron.) the sine of altitude, Śūryas
• a partic. high number, ten billions (compared to an innumerable collection of ants) MBh. R.
• the clapper of a bell, Govardh. (cf. L. also 'the penis
• poison
• Unguis Odoratus
• a partic. tree or the trunk of a lopped tree
• a partic. fish [accord. to some 'the skate fish'] or aquatic animal
• a goose
• a measuring rod
• a Rākshasa
• N. of Śiva
• of a Gaudharva attendant on Śiva
• of Kāma
• of a Nāga
• = aṃśa)
• N. of a man, g. gargâdi
• of a Dānava Hariv.
• of a Vṛishṇi (son of Ugra-sena) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv.
• of a poet (= śaṅkuka, q.v.) Cat.
• of a. Brāhman Buddh.
• n. N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
⋙ śaṅkukarṇa
○karṇa mf(ī or ā)n. having pointed ears MBh. R. &c
• m. an ass L.
• N. of a Dānava Hariv.
• of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.
• of a serpent-demon ib.
• of a Rākshasa R.
• of a son of Janam-ejaya MBh.
• of a camel Pañcat.
-mukha mfn. having pointed ears and mouth MBh.
• ○Nin○ mfn. having pointed ears Hariv.
○ṇesvara m. a partic. form of Siva MBh.
• n. N. of a Liṅga Cat.
⋙ śaṅkucchāyā
○cchāyā f. the shadow of a gnomon Sūryas.
⋙ śaṅkujīvā
○jīvā f. the sine of a gnomon ib.
⋙ śaṅkutaru
○taru m. the tree Vatica Robusta L.
⋙ śaṅkutala
○tala n. the base of a gnomon Gol.
⋙ śaṅkudhāna
○dhāna n. 'peg-receptacle', a hole for a pin (made in a skin to fasten it when used as an amulet) Kauś.
⋙ śaṅkupatha
○patha m. Pāṇ. 5-1, 77 Vārtt. 2
⋙ śaṅkupuccha
○puccha n. the sting (of a bee &c.) Rājat.
⋙ śaṅkuphaṇin
○phaṇin m. a kind of aquatic animal L.
⋙ śaṅkuphalā
○phalā or f. Prosopis Spicigera Bhpr.
⋙ śaṅkuphalikā
○phalíkā f. Prosopis Spicigera Bhpr.
⋙ śaṅkumat
○mat mfn. filled with stakes or spikes L.
• (atī), f. N. of a metre Col.
⋙ śaṅkumukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. having a pointed or sharp mouth (as a mouse) Suśr.
• m. a crocodile L.
• a kind of leech Suśr.
⋙ śaṅkumūlī
○mūlī f. the 15th day of the light half of the month Mārga-śīrsha L.
⋙ śaṅkuvicāra
○vicāra m. N. of wk. (containing rules for finding out the hours by the shadows of pegs driven into the earth in sunshine) by Lakshmī-pati Cat.
⋙ śaṅkuvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -taru L.
⋙ śaṅkuśiras
○śiras mfn. spear-headed L.
• m. N. of an Asura Hariv. Pur.
⋙ śaṅkuśravaṇa
○śravaṇa mfn. = -karṇa VarBṛS.
⋙ śaṅkuṣṭha
○ṣṭha (for -stha), mfn. Pāṇ. 8-3, 97
≫ śaṅkavya
śaṅkavya mfn. fit for a peg or serving as a peg Hcar. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 2 Sch.)
≫ śaṅkuka
śaṅkuka m. a small peg or nail KātyŚr. Sch.
• N. of a poet (author of the Bhuvanâbhyudaya, son of Maynra) Rājat.
• of a writer on rhetoric Cat.
≫ śaṅkuci
śaṅkuci m. a skate fish (= 2. śaṅku) L. (cf. sāṃkuci)
≫ śaṅkulā
śaṅkulā f. a kind of lancet or knife Uṇ. i, 37 Sch.
• a pair of nippers or scissors (used to cut the areca-nut into small pieces) W. (cf. danta-śaṅku)
⋙ śaṅkulākhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. a piece cut off with a pair of nippers Pāṇ. 6-1, 2 Sch.
≫ śaṅkoca
śaṅkoca or m. = śaṅkuci W.
⋙ śaṅkoci
śaṅkoḍci m. = śaṅkuci W.
śaṅkha
śaṅkhá m. n. (ifc. f. ā) a shell, (esp.) the conch-shell (used for making libations of water or as an ornament for the arms or for the temples of an elephant
• a conch-shell perforated at one end is also used as a wind instrument or horn
• in the battles of epic poetry, each hero being represented as provided with a conch-shell which serves as his horn or trumpet and of ten has a name) AV. &c. &c. IW. 403
• a partic. high number (said to = a hundred billions or 100, 000 krores) MBh.
• m. the temporal bone, temple (accord. to some also, the bone of the forehead' or, frontal bone') Yājñ. MBh. &c
• an elephant's cheek or the part between the tusks (hasti-danta-madhya) L.
• N. of the teeth of an elephant 23 years old VarBṛS.
• Unguis Odoratus L.
• a partic. Mantra Gobh.
• a kind of metre, Ked N. of one of Kubera's treasures and of the being presiding over it MBh. Kāv. &c
• a military drum or other martial instrument W.
• N. of one of the 8 chiefs of the Nāgas (q.v.) MBh. Hariv. Pur. [Page 1047, Column 3]
• of a Daitya (who conquered the gods, stole the Vedas, and carried them off to the bottom of the sea, from whence they were recovered by Vishṇu in the form of a fish) ib.
• of a demon dangerous to children ĀpGṛ. Sch.
• of a mythical elephant R.
• N. of various men (pl. N. of a Gotra) AV. &c. &c
• of a son of Virāṭa MBh.
• of a son of Vajra-nābha Hariv. Pur.
• of a law-giver (often mentioned together with his brother Likhita, q.v.) Yājñ. MBh. &c. (cf. comp. below)
• of the author of RV. x, 15 (having the patr. Yāmāyana) Anukr.
• of another poet Cat.
• of a country in the south of India (said to abound in shells) VarBṛS. (cf. g. śaṇḍikâdi)
• of a mountain Hariv. Pur.
• of a forest VP.
• (ā), f. a kind of flute Saṃgīt. [Cf. Gk., ? ; Lat. concha, [1047, 3] cangius.]
⋙ śaṅkhakarṇa
○karṇa m. 'shell-eared', N. of one of Siva's attendants L.
• of a dog Vcar. =
⋙ śaṅkhakāra
○kāra or m. a worker in shells, shell-cutter (described as a kind of mixed caste, accord. to some, the adulterous offspring of Vaiśya-parents whose mother is a widow'
⋙ śaṅkhakāraka
○kāraka m. a worker in shells, shell-cutter (described as a kind of mixed caste, accord. to some, the adulterous offspring of Vaiśya-parents whose mother is a widow'
• cf. śaṅkhika) Col.
⋙ śaṅkhakumbhaśravas
○kumbhaśravas f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attendant on Skanda MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhakusuma
○kusuma n. Andropogon Aciculatus L.
⋙ śaṅkhakūṭa
○kūṭa m. N. of a serpent-demon L.
• of a mountain Pur.
⋙ śaṅkhakṣīra
○kṣīra n. the milk of a shell', any impossibility or absurdity W.
⋙ śaṅkhacakra
○cakra (ibc.) a conch and a discus
-gadā-dhara mfn. holding a conch and a discus and a mace (as Vishṇu) Vishṇ.
dhāraṇa-vāda m. N. of a treatise (treating of the marking of the limbs with a conch, discus and other emblems of Vishṇu) by Purushôttama
-pāṇi mfn. holding a conch and a discus VP.
-vidhi m. -vivaraṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ śaṅkhacarī
○carī or f. a mark made with sandal on the forehead L.
⋙ śaṅkhacarcī
○carcī f. a mark made with sandal on the forehead L.
⋙ śaṅkhacilla
○cilla m. Falco Cheela L.
⋙ śaṅkhacūḍa
○cūḍa m. N. of an Asura Pañcar.
• of a Gandharva Cat.
• of one of Kubera's attendants BhP.
• of a serpent-demon Nāg. (also ○ḍaka L.)
○ḍêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
⋙ śaṅkhacūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. shell-powder, pṭpower produced from shells L.
⋙ śaṅkhaja
○ja m. 'shell-born', a large pearl shaped like a pigeon's egg and said to be found in shells W.
⋙ śaṅkhajātī
○jātī (?), f. N. of a princess Buddh.
⋙ śaṅkhatīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhadatta
○datta m. N. of a poet Rājat.
• of another man Kathās.
⋙ śaṅkhadāraka
○dāraka m. a shell-cutter Col.
⋙ śaṅkhadrāva
○drāva or m. a solvent for dissolving the conch or other shells (used in medicine) L.
⋙ śaṅkhadrāvaka
○drāvaka m. a solvent for dissolving the conch or other shells (used in medicine) L.
⋙ śaṅkhadrāvin
○drāvin m. 'shell-dissolver', Rumex Vesicarius L.
⋙ śaṅkhadvīpa
○dvīpa m. N. of a Dvipa VP. (one of the 6 islands of Anudviipa, which lie in the southern sea L.)
⋙ śaṅkhadhara
○dhara m. N. of various authors (esp. of the author of the Laṭka-melana-prahasana) Cat.
• (ā), f. Hingcha Repens Madanav.
⋙ śaṅkhadhavalā
○dhavalā f. Jasminum Auriculatum L.
⋙ śaṅkhadhma
○dhmá m. a shellblower, one who plays on the conch or horn VS. ŚBr.
⋙ śaṅkhadhmā
○dhmā́ m. id. Vop.
⋙ śaṅkhadhvani
○dhvani m. the sound of a conch or horn Malatīm.
⋙ śaṅkhanaka
○naka m. = next L. (prob. wṛ.)
⋙ śaṅkhanakha
○nakha m. a kind of snail MBh. Vās.
• the shell of the Trochus Perspectivus MW.
• the perfume called Nakhi (Unguis Odoratus) or another kind of perfume L.
⋙ śaṅkhanābha
○nābha m. N. of a king (son of Vajra-nābha) VP.
⋙ śaṅkhanābhi
○nābhi f. a kind of shell Suśr.
• (ī), f. a kind of plant or drug ib. Divyâv.
⋙ śaṅkhanāmnī
○nāmnī f. Andropogon Aciculatus L.
⋙ śaṅkhanārī
○nārī f. a kind of metre Col.
⋙ śaṅkhanūpuriṇī
○nūpuriṇī f. having shell-bracelets and anklets Pāṇ. 5-2, 128 Sch.
⋙ śaṅkhapad
○pad strong form -pād), m. N. of a being enumerated among the Viśve Devāþ Hariv.
• of a son of Kardama (said to have been made regent of the south) VP.
⋙ śaṅkhapada
○pada m. N. of a son of Manu Svārocisha MBh.
• = next Hariv. VP.
⋙ śaṅkhapā
○pā m. N. of a son of Kardama VP.
⋙ śaṅkhapāṇi
○pāṇi m. 'holding a conch in the hand', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ śaṅkhapātra
○pātra n. a vessel formed like a conchshell R.
⋙ śaṅkhapāda
○pāda m. N. of a son of Kardama VP.
• of the chief of a partic. sect Cat.
⋙ śaṅkhapāla
○pāla m. a kind of snake Suśr.
• a kind of sweetmeat (fr. Pers. ?) L.
• N. of a serpent-demon Hariv. BhP.
• of a son of Kardama VP.
• n. a house with a partic. defect (also ○laka), Vastuv
⋙ śaṅkhapiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhapura
○pura n. N. of a town Kathās.
⋙ śaṅkhapuṣpikā
○puṣpikā f. Andropogon Aciculatus, Samskārak
⋙ śaṅkhapuṣpī
○puṣpī
f. id. Vas. Suśr. (-śṛta mfn. boiled with the above plant Mn. xi, 148)
• Canscora Decussata L.
⋙ śaṅkhapoṭalin
○poṭalin m. a partic. mixture Bhpr.
⋙ śaṅkhapraṇāda
○praṇāda m. = -dhvani MW.
⋙ śaṅkhapravara
○pravara m. an excellent or the best shell ib.
⋙ śaṅkhaprutha
○prutha m. a spot in the moon L.
⋙ śaṅkhabhasman
○bhasman n. the ashes of a burnt shell L.
⋙ śaṅkhabhinna
○bhinna mf(ī)n. Pāṇ. 4-1, 52, Sch
⋙ śaṅkhabhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'conch-bearer', N. of Vishṇu R. [Page 1048, Column 1]
⋙ śaṅkhamālini
○mālini f. Andropogon Aciculatus L.
⋙ śaṅkhamitra
○mitra m. N. of a man Pravar.
⋙ śaṅkhamuktā
○muktā f. mother of pearl R.
• pl. shells and pearls MW.
⋙ śaṅkhamukha
○mukha m. shell-faced', an alligator L.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhamudrā
○mudrā f. a partic. position of the fingers Kālac.
⋙ śaṅkhamula
○mula n. a partic. esculent √cf. L
⋙ śaṅkhamekhala
○mekhala m. N. of an ancient sage MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhamauktika
○mauktika m. shell-pearl', a kind of wheat (the husks of which resemble a shell and the grains a pearl) L.
⋙ śaṅkhayūthikā
○yūthikā f. Jasminum Auriculatum L.
⋙ śaṅkharāj
○rāj m. the best of shells MW.
⋙ śaṅkharāja
○rāja m. N. of a king Rājat.
⋙ śaṅkharāvita
○rāvita n. a sound of conches R.
⋙ śaṅkharoman
○roman m. N. of a serpent-demon Hariv.
⋙ śaṅkhalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ śaṅkhalikhita
○likhita mfn. perfect in its kind, faultless, flawless (with vṛtti f. faultless conduct) MBh.
• m. a king who practises justice, a Just king MW.
• du. the two Rishis Saṅkha and Likhita (authors of a law-book) IW. 203
-priya m. 'beloved, by' Śaṅkha and Likhita', a friend of strict justice Kathās.
-smṛti f. the law-book of Saṅkha and Likhita
⋙ śaṅkhavaṭīrasa
○vaṭī-rasa m. a partic. mixture Bhpr.
⋙ śaṅkhavat
○vat mfn. possessing or having a shell or shells L.
⋙ śaṅkhavalaya
○valaya m. n. a shellbracelet Śiś.
⋙ śaṅkhaviṣa
○viṣa n. white arsenic L.
⋙ śaṅkhaśiras
○śiras m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhaśilā
○śilā f. (prob.) a kind of stone Lalit. Divyâv.
⋙ śaṅkhaśirṣa
○śirṣa m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhaśuktikā
○śuktikā f. mother of pearl (= śuktikā) L.
⋙ śaṅkhaśrīdhara
○śrī-dhara m. N. of a writer on Dharma Cat.
⋙ śaṅkhasnāna
○snāna n. N. of wk. (on bathing the images of gods with libations of water from conch-shells) ib.
⋙ śaṅkhasmṛti
○smṛti f. Saṅkha's law-book mentioned by Yājñ. &c. and existing in a Bṛihat, Vṛiddha and Laghu recension)
⋙ śaṅkhasvana
○svana m. = -dhvani MW.
⋙ śaṅkhasvara
○svara prob. wṛ. for saṃkasvara = saṃkasuka, Mahāvy
⋙ śaṅkhahrada
○hrada m. N. of a lake Hariv. Kathās.
⋙ śaṅkhākhya
śaṅkhâkhya m. a kind of perfume MW.
⋙ śaṅkhāntara
śaṅkhântara n. the space between the temples', the forehead
-dyotin mfn. shining in the forehead Kum.
⋙ śaṅkhālu
śaṅkhâlu or n. Dolichos Bulbosus L.
⋙ śaṅkhāluka
śaṅkhâḍluka n. Dolichos Bulbosus L.
⋙ śaṅkhāvatī
śaṅkhā-vatī f. (for śaṅkha-v○) N. of a river MārkP.
⋙ śaṅkhāvarta
śaṅkhâvarta m. the convolution of a shell Bhpr.
• a kind of fistula in the rectum ŚārṅgP.
⋙ śaṅkhāsura
śaṅkhâsura m. the Daitya Śaṅkha MW.
⋙ śaṅkhāhata
śaṅkhâhata n. a partic. rite in the Gavām-ayana Lāṭy.
⋙ śaṅkhāhvā
śaṅkhâhvā f. Andropogon Aciculatus L.
⋙ śaṅkhodaka
śaṅkhôdaka n. the water poured from a conchshell MW.
⋙ śaṅkhoddhāra
śaṅkhôddhāra (or ○ra-tīrtha), n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
≫ śaṅkhaka
śaṅkhaka m. n. the conch-shell (also worn as a bracelet) MBh.
• m. the temporal bone, forehead Yājñ.
• disease of the head (pain in the forehead with heat and puffiness of the temples) Suśr. ŚārṅgS.
• (with Jainas) one of the 9 treasures L.
• (ikā), f. Andropogon Aciculatus L.
• n. a bracelet (cf. above) W.
≫ śaṅkhaṇa
śaṅkhaṇa m. N. of various men VP.
≫ śaṅkhalikā
śaṅkhalikā f. N. of one of the Mātris attendant on Skanda MBh.
≫ śaṅkhika
śaṅkhika m. N. of a man Buddh.
≫ śaṅkhin
śaṅkhin mfn. possessing a conch (as Vishṇu) MBh. Hariv.
• bearing shells (as water) Āpast.
• possessing the treasure called Saṅkha MārkP.
• possessed by the demon Saṅkha ĀpGṛ.
• m. the ocean L.
• a worker in shells L.
• N. of Vishṇu L.
• (iṇī), f. next
≫ śaṅkhinī
śaṅkhinī f. of prec
• mother of pearl Bālar.
• a partic. plant Suśr. Car. ŚārṅgS. (accord. to L. Andropogon Aciculatus, Cissampelos Hexandra, = śveta-cukrā, śveta-puṃnāga, and śveta-vṛndā)
• a partic. vein (nāḍī) Cat.
• N. of one of the four classes into which females are divided (the other three being citriṇī, padminī, and hastinī) RTL. 389
• N. of a Śakti worshipped by Buddhists Kālac.
• a kind of semidivine being or fairy (upadevatā-viśeṣa) W.
• N. of a Tirtha MBh.
⋙ śaṅkhinīphala
○phala m. Acacia Sirissa L.
⋙ śaṅkhinīvāsa
○vāsa m. Trophis Aspera L.
śaṃga
śaṃ-ga śaṃ-gaya &c. p. 1054, eol. 3
śac
śac cl. 1. Ā. śacate, to be strong &c. (in this sense a collateral form of √śak)
• to speak cut, speak, say, tell Dhātup. vi, 4
≫ śaci
śaci (cf. L.),
⋙ śacikā
śacikā (cf. VarBṛS.), f. N. of the wife of Indra (= śacī)
≫ śaciṣṭha
śáciṣṭha mf(ā)n. most powerful or helpful RV.
≫ śacī
śácī f. the rendering of powerful or mighty help, assistance, aid (esp. said of the deeds of Indra and the Aśvins, instr. śácyā and śácībhis, often = 'mightily' or, helpfully') RV.
• kindness, favour, grace ib. AV. AitBr. [Page 1048, Column 2]
• skill, dexterity RV. VS.
• speech, power of speech, eloquence Naigh.
• N. of the wife of Indra (derived fr. śacī-pati, q.v.) ŚāṅkhGṛ. MBh. &c
• of the authoress of RV. x, 159 (having the patr. Paulomi) Anukr.
• Asparagus Racemosus L.
• a kind of coitus L.
⋙ śacītīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha, Sak
⋙ śacīnandana
○nandana m. metron. of Vishṇu Cat.
⋙ śacīnara
○nara m. N. of a king of Kāśmīra Rājat.
⋙ śacīpati
○páti (śácī-), m. lord of might or help (applied to Indra and the Aśvins) RV. AV.
• N. of Indra MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. kṣiti-ś○)
⋙ śacībala
○bala m. an actor who dresses like Śakra L.
⋙ śacīramaṇa
○ramaṇa m. 'lover or husband of Śaci', N. of Indra Bālar.
⋙ śacīvat
○vat (śácī-), mfn. mighty or helpful (often in voc. -vas) RV.
⋙ śacīvasu
○vasu mfn. (only in voc.), id. ib.
⋙ śacīśa
śacī7śa m. 'lord of Śacī', N. of Indra L.
≫ śacoka
śacoka m. N. of a poet Cat.
śañc
śañc cl, 1. Ā. śaṅcate, to go L.
śaṭ
śaṭ (prob. artificial), cl. 1. P. śaṭati, to be sick
• to divide, pierce
• to be dissolved
• to be weary or dejected
• to go Dhātup. ix, 12: cl. 10. A. śāṭayate Dhātup. xxxiii, 18, vḷ. for √1. śaṭh
≫ śaṭa
śaṭa mfn. sour, astringent, acid L.
• m. N. of a man, g. gargâdi
• of a son of Vasu-deva Hariv. (prob. wṛ. for śaṭha)
• of a country, g. śaṇḍikâdi
≫ śaṭi
śaṭi f. the plant Curcuma Zedoaria L.
• a partic. kind of ginger (the fresh √of which is scented like a green mango) W.
≫ śatī
śatī f. Curcuma Zedoaria Suśr. (often written śaṭhī)
⋙ śatīkarṇa
○karṇa g. suvāstv-ādi (cf. Kāś
• cf. śakaṭīk○)
śaṭā
śaṭā f. (= saṭā, jaṭā) an ascetic's clotted hair W.
śaṭṭaka
śaṭṭaka n. flour of rice mixed with water and ghee Bhpr.
śaṭh 1
śaṭh (cf. śaṭ, śal), cl. 10. Ā. śāṭhayate, to praise, flatter Dhātup. xxxiii, 18
śaṭh 2
śaṭh (cf. √1. śvaṭh), cl. 10. P. śaṭhayati, to speak ill (according to others' to speak well')
• to be true Dhātup. xxxv, 4
śaṭh 3
śaṭh (cf. √2. śvaṭh, saṭh, svaṭh), cl. 10. P. śāṭhayati, to accomplish, adorn (others 'to leave unfinished or unornamented')
• to go, move Dhātup. xxxii, 28
śaṭh 4
śaṭh cl. 1. P. śaṭhati, to deceive
• to hurt
• to suffer pain Dhātup. ix, 65
• cl. 10. P. śāthayati (cf. √śuṭh), to be idle or lazy ib.
≫ śaṭha
śaṭha mf(ā)n. false, deceitful, frauduIent, malignant, wicked Āpast. Mn. MBh. &c
• m. a cheat, rogue (esp. a false husband or lover, who pretends affection for one female while his heart is fixed on another
• one of the four classes into which husbands are divided) W.
• a, fool, blockhead ib.
• an idler ib.
• a mediator, umpire L.
• the thorn-apple L.
• white mustard seed L.
• N. of an Asura MBh.
• of a son of Vasu-deva Hariv. (vḷ. gada and suta)
• (ī), f. wṛ. for śaṭī Car.
• n. saffron L.
• Tabernaemontana Coronaria L.
• steel L.
• tin L.
⋙ śaṭhakopa
○kopa m. (with ācārya) N. of an author Cat.
-viṣaya m. -sahasra-nāman n. N. of wks
⋙ śaṭhatā
○tā f. (cf. L.)
⋙ śaṭhatva
○tva n. (cf. Sāh.) roguery, depravity, malice, wickedness (-tâcaraṇa n. wicked or roguish conduct MW.)
⋙ śaṭhadhī
○dhī (cf. Mṛicch.),
⋙ śaṭhabuddhi
○buddhi (cf. Prasaṅg
-tā f. R.),
⋙ śaṭhamati
○mati (cf. VP.), mfn. wicked -minded, malicious
⋙ śaṭhavairivaibhavadīpikā
○vairi-vaibhava-dīpikā f
⋙ śaṭhavairivaibhavaprabhākara
○vairi-vaibhavaprabhākara m. N. of wks
⋙ saṭhāmbā
saṭhâmbā f. Clypea Hernandifolia L.
⋙ śaṭhāri
śaṭhâri m. 'enemy of the wicked', (with muni) N. of an author Cat.
-vyutpatti-dīpikā f. N. of a poem
⋙ śaṭhodarka
śaṭhôdarka mfn. deceitful or wicked in the end MBh.
śaḍhī
śaḍhī f. (cf. śaṭi) a kind of plant L.
śaṇ
śaṇ cl. 1. 10. P. śaṇati, śaṇayati, to give
• to go Dhātup. xix, 35
śaṇa
śaṇá m. (L. also n.) a kind of hemp, Cannabis Sativa or Crotolaria Juncea AV. &c. &c., an arrow L.
⋙ śaṇakulāya
○kulāyá n. a texture of hemp, hempen cloth ŚBr.
⋙ śaṇagaura
○gaura mfn. yellowish like hemp R.
⋙ śaṇaghaṇṭikā
○ghaṇṭikā f. Crotolaria of various species L.
⋙ śaṇacūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. the refuse of hemp (after it has been crushed) L.
⋙ śaṇatantu
○tantu m. thread or string made of the fibre of the Crotolaria Juncea MW.
⋙ śaṇatāntava
○tāntava mf(ī)n. made of hempen string Mn. ii, 42
⋙ śaṇatūla
○tūla n. fibres of hemp Suśr. [Page 1048, Column 3]
⋙ śaṇapaṭṭa
○paṭṭa m. a hempen bandage R.
⋙ śaṇaparṇī
○parṇī f. Pentaptera Tomentosa L.
⋙ śaṇapuṣpikā
○puṣpikā or f. Crotolaria Verrucosa Car. Bhpr.
⋙ śaṇapuṣpī
○puṣpī f. Crotolaria Verrucosa Car. Bhpr.
⋙ śaṇaphalā
○phalā f. (prob.) a species of plant Pāṇ. 4-1, 64 Vārtt. 2 Pat,.
⋙ śaṇamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of hemp, hempen KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ śaṇarajju
○rajju f. a hempen cord or rope Kauś.
⋙ śaṇavalka
○valka m. n. the bark of hemp R.
⋙ śaṇaśakala
○śakala m. a piece of hemp Kauś.
⋙ śaṇaśāka
○śāka m. pulse of hemp Cāṇ.
⋙ śaṇaśulba
○śulba n. a hempen cord or string Kauś.
⋙ śaṇasūtra
○sūtra n. id. GṛŚrS.
• a net made of hemp W.
-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of hempen threads or cord Mn. ii, 44
⋙ śaṇālu
śaṇâlu or m. Cathartocarpus or Cassia Fistula L.
⋙ śaṇāluka
śaṇâḍluka m. Cathartocarpus or Cassia Fistula L.
≫ śaṇaka
śaṇaka m. N. of a man
-bābhrava pl., g. kārta-kaujapâdi (cf. Kāś. śanaka-b○)
• (ikā), f. Crotolaria of various species L.
śaṇīra
śaṇīra n. a bank or alluvial island in the middle of the river Śoṇā L.
• an island enclosed by the branches of the river Sarayū at the point where it falls into the Ganges above Chupra (this spot is also called Dardari-tata, 'Dardari-bank') L.
śaṇṭha
śaṇṭha mfn. = śaṭha L.
• m. an unmarried or an impotent man Uṇ. iv, 104 Sch. (cf. ṣaṇḍha)
śaṇḍ
śaṇḍ cl. 1. Ā. śaṇḍate, to hurt' or 'to collect' (rujāyāṃ saṃghāte ca) Dhātup. viii, 27
≫ śaṇḍa
śaṇḍa m. thick sour milk, curds L.
• N. of an Asura priest (son of Śukra) VS. MaitrS. (later N. of a Yaksha)
• wṛ. for ṣaṇḍha, q.v
⋙ śaṇḍāmarka
śáṇḍāmárka du. Śaṇḍa and Marka (two demons) TS. Br. &c. (cf. g. vanas-paty-ādi)
≫ śaṇḍika
śaṇḍika m. a descendant of Śaṇḍa RV. ii, 30, 8 (cf. Sāy.)
• N. of a country Pāṇ. 4-3, 92
• (ikā), f. = yuddha (in the language of the Draviḍas) Nīlak.
≫ śaṇḍila
śaṇḍilá m. N. of a man (pl. his descendants) ĀśvŚr. TĀr. (cf. śāṇḍila, ○lya)
• (ī), f. N. of Parvati L.
śaṇḍha
śaṇḍha wṛ. for ṣaṇḍha
śat
śat śātayati, √2. śad, p. 1051
śata
śatá n. (rarely m
• ifc. f. ī) a hundred (used with other numerals thus, ekâdhikaṃ śatam, or eka-ś○, a hundred + one, 101 viṃśaty-adhikaṃ śatam or viṃśaṃ ś○, a hundred + twenty, 120
śate or dve śate or dvi-śatam or śata-dvayam, 200
trīṇi śatāni or tri-śatāni or śata-trayam, 300
ṣaṭ-śatam, 600
• or the comp. becomes an ordinal, e.g. dvi-śata, the 200th
dvikaṃ, trikaṃ śatam = 2, 3 per cent
śatātpara, 'beyonda hundred, exceeding 100'
• the counted object is added either in the gen., or in the same case as śata, or ibc., e.g. śatam pitaraḥ or, śatam pitṝṇām or pitṛ-śatam a hundred ancestors'
• sometimes also ifc., comp. below
• rarely śatam is used as an indecl. with an instr., e.g. śatáṃ ráthebhiḥ, 'with a hundred chariots' RV. i, 48, 7
• rarely occurs a masc. form in pl., e.g. pañca-śatā, rathān MBh. iv, 1057
• and śata n. rarely in comp. of the following kind, catur-varṣa-śatam or ○tāni, '400 years') RV. &c. &c
• any very large number (in comp. as śata-pattra &c. below). [Cf. Gk. ? 'one' hundred ; [1048, 3] Lat. centum ; Lith. sśmtas
• Got. (twa) hunda ; Germ. hund-ert ; Eng. hund-ed.]
⋙ śataṃhima
○ṃhima (śatá), mfn. = satá-hima AV. xix, 55, 4 (cf. MSS.)
⋙ śatakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. Zizyphus Xylopyrus L.
⋙ śatakapāleśa
○kapālêśa m. 'lord of a hundred skulls, (prob.) a form of Śiva Rājat.
⋙ śatakarṇācārya
○karṇâcārya m. N. of an author Cat. (wṛ. -karaṇ○)
⋙ śatakarman
○karman m. the planet Saturn L.
⋙ śatakāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa (śatá-), mfn. having a hṭhundred sections AV.
⋙ śatakiraṇa
○kiraṇa m. a kind of Samādhi Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ śatakīrti
○kīrti m. N. of the 10th Arhat of the future Utsarpiṇī L.
⋙ śatakunta
○kunta (cf. Bhpr. ṃṣ.) or (cf. L.), m. Nerium Odorum
⋙ śatakunda
○kunda (cf. L.), m. Nerium Odorum
⋙ śatakumbha
○kumbha m. Nerium Odorum Bhpr.
• N. of a mountain L.
• (ā), f. Phyalis Flexuosa W.
• N. of a river MBh.
• n. gold W.
⋙ śatakulīraka
○kulīraka m. a kind of crustaceous animal Suśr.
⋙ śatakusumā
○kusumā f. Anethum Sowa Car.
⋙ śatakṛtvas
○kṛtvas ind. a hundred times Kāv. Kathās. BhP.
⋙ śatakṛṣṇala
○kṛṣṇala (śatá), mf(ā)n. rewarded with a hundred gold pieces TS. Kāṭh.
⋙ śatakesara
○kesara m. N. of a mountain BhP.
⋙ śatakoṭi
○koṭi f. pl. 100 krores, a thousand millions Pañcar. Vās.
• mfn. having a hundred edges MW.
• Indra's thunderbolt Vās. Bhām.
• N. of wk
• n. a diamond Dharmaśarm.
-khaṇḍana n. -maṇḍana n. -vyākhyā f. N. of wks
⋙ śatakratu
○kratu (śatá-.), mfn. having hṭhundred-fold insight or power or a hundred counsels &c. RV. AV. VS. &c
• containing a hundred sacrificial rites (ekôna-śata-kr○, one who has made 99 sacrifices) ŚBr. BhP. [Page 1049, Column 1]
• m. N. of Indra (a hundred Aśva-medhas elevating the sacrificer to the rank of Indra
Gk. ?) MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. [1049, 1] kṣiti-śatakr○)
-prastha n. N. of the residence of the Yādavas MBh. (cf. indra-pr○)
-smṛti f. N. of wk
⋙ śatakrī
○krī mfn. purchased with a hundred Lāṭy.
⋙ śatakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. 'having a hundred pieces', gold L.
• mfn. = -maya (○ḍaṃkṛ, to break into a hṭhundred pieces) Mṛicch.
maya mf(ī)n. consisting of a hundred pieces (in sun-jīrṇa-śatakhaṇḍa-m○)
• made of gold MW.
⋙ śataga
○ga mfn. being in the hundredth, Var Yogay
⋙ śatagu
○gu mfn. possessed of a hundred cows Mn. Gaut. [Gk. [1049, 1] ?
• ]
⋙ śataguṇa
○guṇa mfn. a hundred-fold, a hṭhundred-fold more valuable &c
• a hundred times (am ind. a hundred times, a hṭhundred time more than abl.) Mn. MBh. R. Pañcar.
• a hundred Pañcar.
○nâcārya m. N. of a man Cat.
○ṇâdhikam ind. more than a hundred times MBh.
⋙ śataguṇṭa
○guṇṭa mfn. increased a hṭhundred-fold, a hundred times longer (as a night) Vikr.
⋙ śataguṇībhāva
○guṇī-bhāva m. a hṭhundred-fṭfold increase, Kathās.
⋙ śataguṇībhū
○guṇī-√bhū P. -bhavati, to be multiplied a hundred times Vikr. Kād.
⋙ śataguṇībhūta
○guṇī-bhūta mfn. multṭmultiplied a hundred times Kathās.
⋙ śataguptā
○guptā f. Euphorbia Antiquorum L.
⋙ śatagodānapaddhati
○go-dāna-paddhati f. N. of wk
⋙ śatagranthi
○granthi 'having a hundred knots', Dūrvā grass L.
⋙ śatagrīva
○grīva m. N. of a goblin Hariv.
⋙ śatagva
○gva mf(ī)n. hundred-fold MW. (cf. daśa-gva, nava-gva)
⋙ śatagvin
○gvín mfn. hundred-fṭhundred, consisting of hundred RV.
⋙ śataghaṇṭā
○ghaṇṭā f. N. of a spear MBh.
• of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda ib.
⋙ śataghāta
○ghāta wṛ. for śara-gh○ Hariv.
⋙ śataghora
○ghora m. a kind of sugar-cane L. (prob. wṛ. for -pora)
⋙ śataghni
○ghni f. m.c. for -ghnī Hariv. VarYogay. BhP.
⋙ śataghnin
○ghnin mfn. having the weapon Śata-ghnī MBh. xiii, 1157 (or else perhaps to be taken as one word, śata-ghnī-khaḍgin)
⋙ śataghnī
○ghnī f. (cf. -han, p. 1050) a partic. deadly weapon (used as a missile, supposed by some to be a sort of fire-arms or rocket, but described by the Comm. on the Mahābhārata as a stone or cylindrical piece of wood studded with iron spikes) MBh. Hariv. Kāv. &c
• a deadly disease of the throat Suśr. ŚārṅgS.
• Tragia Involucrata L.
• Pongamia Glabra L.
• a female scorpion W.
• N. of Śiva (m.) MW.
-pāśa-śakti-mat mfn. having a Śata-ghnī and a noose and a spear MBh. xiii, 17, 134 (but śata-ghnī may also be, separate)
⋙ śataghnu
○ghnu (for -hanu?), a kind of plant, Sil
⋙ śatacakra
○cakra (śatá-), mfn. hundred-wheeled RV.
⋙ śatacaṇḍī
○caṇḍī f. a hundred repetitions of Caṇḍi's exploits Cat.
-paddhati f. -pūjā-krama m. -vidhāna n. -vidhāna-paddhati f. -vidhi m. -sahasra-caṇḍīprayoga m. -sahasra-caṇḍī-vidhi m. ○ra-caṇḍyādi-vidhāna n. N. of wks
⋙ śatacandra
○candra mfn. adorned with a hṭhundred moons (or moon-like spots) MBh. BhP.
• (scil. asi or carman) a sword or a shield adorned with a hundred moons BhP.
• m. N. of a warrior MBh.
⋙ śatacandrita
○candrita mfn. = -candra Cat.
⋙ śatacaraṇā
○caraṇā f. a centipede ĀpGṛ. Sch.
⋙ śatacarman
○carman mfn. made of a hundred skins MBh.
⋙ śatacchada
○cchada m. a sort of woodpecker, Picus Bengalensis L.
⋙ śatacchidra
○cchidra mf(ā)n. having a hṭhundred holes or openings Nyāyam. Sch.
⋙ śatajit
○jit m. a vanquisher of a hundred (Vishṇu) R.
• N. of a son of Raja or Rajas or Viraja Pur.
• of a son of Sahasra-jit ib.
• of a son of Bhajamāna BhP. (vḷ. śatā-jit)
• of a son of Kṛishṇa VP.
• of a Yaksha BhP.
⋙ śatajihva
○jihva mfn. hundred-tongued (Siva) MBh.
⋙ śatajīvin
○jīvin mfn. living a hundred years VarBṛS.
⋙ śatajyoti
○jyoti or m. N. of a son of Su-bhrāj MBh. (accord. to Nīlak., the moon')
⋙ śatajyotis
○jyoḍtis m. N. of a son of Su-bhrāj MBh. (accord. to Nīlak., the moon')
⋙ śataṃjayā
○ṃ-jayā wṛ. for śatruṃ-jayā MBh.
⋙ śatatanti
○tanti mfn. hundred-stringed KātyŚr., Scch. ŚBr. Sch.
⋙ śatatantu
○tantu
mfn. id. Kāṭh. KātyŚr. AitĀr.
• a hundred-fold, Kāśikh
⋙ śatatantrī
○tantrī (only f. ŚāṅkhŚr.) or mfn. (cf. TāṇḍyaBr.) = -tanti
⋙ śatatantrīka
○tantrīka mfn. (cf. TāṇḍyaBr.) = -tanti
⋙ śatatama
○tamá mf(ā́ or ī)n. the hundredth RV. MBh. R. &c
⋙ śatatardma
○tardma mfn. having a hundred openings KātyŚr.
⋙ śatatarha
○tarhá m. pl. the piercing &c. of a hundred (with gen.) TS.
⋙ śatatarham
○tárham ind. piercing a hṭhundred (with gen.) AV.
⋙ śatatārā
○tārā f. having a hundred stars', the constellation Sata-bhishaj (q.v.) L.
⋙ śatatejas
○tejas (śatá-), mfn. having a hṭhundred-fold vital power &c. ŚBr.
• m. N. of a Vyāsa Cat.
⋙ śatatraya
○traya n. (cf. MārkP. Rājat.) or (cf. Rājat.) three hundred
⋙ śatatrayī
○trayī f. (cf. Rājat.) three hṭhundred
⋙ śatada
○da mfn. giving a hundred MBh.
⋙ śatadakṣiṇa
○dakṣiṇa mfn. giving a hṭhundred-fold reward AV. (cf. á-śata-d○)
⋙ śatadaṇḍārha
○daṇḍârha mfn. deserving a fine of a hundred (Paṇas) Mn. viii, 240
⋙ śatadat
○dat (śatá-), mfn. having a hṭhundred teeth (said of a comb) AV.
⋙ śatadantikā
○dantikā f. Tiaridium Indicum L. = dala n. a lotus-flower Amar.
• (ā), f. a kind of flower L.
• the Indian white rose MW.
⋙ śatadā
○dā (śatá-), mfn. giving or granting a hundred SV.
⋙ śatadātu
○dātu (śatá-), mfn. hṭhundred-fold RV.
⋙ śatadāya
○dāya (śatá- [RV. AV. MaitrS.] or -dāyá {cf. TBr.}), mfn. = -dā
• having abundant wealth MW.
• a hundred-fold ib.
⋙ śatadāruka
○dāruka m. a kind of venomous insect Suśr. [Page 1049, Column 2]
⋙ śatadāvan
○dā́van mfn. = -dā RV.
⋙ śatadura
○dura (śatá-
• prob.) n. a place secured by a hundred doors RV.
⋙ śatadūṣaṇī
○dūṣaṇī f
⋙ śatadūṣaṇīkhaṇḍana
○dūṣaṇī-khaṇḍana n
⋙ śatadūṣaṇīyamata
○dūṣaṇī-yamata (for -yamana?),
⋙ śatadūṣaṇīvyākhyā
○dūṣaṇī-vyākhyā f
⋙ śatadūṣiṇī
○dūṣiṇī f. N. of wks
⋙ śatadyumna
○dyumna (śatá-), m. N. of various men TBr. MBh. Hariv. Pur.
⋙ śatadru
○dru f. 'flowing in a hundred (or numerous) branches', N. of a river now called the Sutlej (it is the most easterly of the five rivers of the Pañjāb, and rises in a lake prob. ṃānasa ṣarovar on the Himâlaya mountains
• flowing in a southwesterly direction for 550 miles, it unites with the Vipāśā or Beas south-east of Amritsar [see vipāś], afterwards joining the Chenāb and filling into the Indus below Multan
• it is also called śutu-dri, śutu-dru, śita-dru &c.) MBh. Hariv. R. &c
• N. of the Ganges MW.
-ja m. pl. people that dwell near the Sutlej MārkP.
⋙ śatadrukā
○drukā f. = -dru, the Sutlej MBh.
⋙ śatadruti
○druti f. N. of a daughter of the sea-god and wife of Barhi-shad BhP.
⋙ śatadrū
○drū f. = -dru, the Sutlej R. VarBṛS.
⋙ śatadvaya
○dvaya n. two hundred VarBṛS.
• (ī), f. id. Rājat.
○yī-prâyaścitta n. N. of wk
⋙ śatadvasu
○d-vasu (śatád-), mfn. (accord. to Sāy.) śata-vasu, having hundreds of treasures, containing much wealth RV.
⋙ śatadvāra
○dvāra n. a hundred doors MW.
• mf(ā)n. hundred-gated, having a hundred outlets MBh. Hit. m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi
⋙ śatadhanu
○dhanu (cf. BhP.) or (cf. Pur. Pāṇ. Sch.), m. N. of various men
⋙ śatadhanus
○dhaḍnus (cf. Pur. Pāṇ. Sch.), m. N. of various men
⋙ śatadhanya
○dhanyá mfn. worth the price of a hundred RV.
⋙ śatadhanvan
○dhanvan (śatá-), mfn. having a hundred bows VS.
• m. N. of various kings Hariv. Pur.
⋙ śatadhara
○dhara m. N. of a king VāyuP. Kād. -1
⋙ śatadhā
○dhā f. Dūrvā grass L. -2
⋙ śatadhā
○dhā́ ind. in a hundred ways. W.
• a hundred-fold, into a hundred parts or pieces (with √bhū, to be divided into a hundred parts) ŚBr. Up. &c
⋙ śatadhāman
○dhāman m. 'having a hundred forms', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ śatadhāya
○dhāya v. l. for -dāya Kāṭh.
⋙ śatadhāra
○dhāra (śatá-), mf(ā)n. having a hundred streams RV. VS.
• having a hundred (i.e. numberless) points or edges RV.
• m. h edged', the thunderbolt Vās.
-vana n. (prob.) N. of a hell Pāṇ. 8-4, 4 Sch.
⋙ śatadhāraka
○dhāraka m. hundred-edged', Indra's thunderbolt L.
⋙ śatadhṛti
○dhṛti m. 'having a hundred sacrifices', N. of Brahmā BhP.
• of Indra ib.
• = svarga L.
⋙ śatadhanutantra
○dhanu-tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ śatadhauta
○dhauta mfn. cleansed a hṭhundred-fold, perfectly clean Suśr. Car.
⋙ śatanirhrāda
○nirhrāda mf(ā)n. emitting manifold sounds MBh.
⋙ śatanītha
○nītha (śatá-), mfn. having a hundred tricks RV.
⋙ śatanetrikā
○netrikā f. Asparagus Racemosus L.
⋙ śatapati
○pati (śatá-.), m. a lord of a hṭhundred TBr.
⋙ śatapattra
○pattra n. (ibc.) a hundred leaves DhyānabUp.
• a hundred vehicles Śiś.
• (śatá-), mfn. having a hundred (i. e. numberless) feathers or leaves RV.
• having a hundred wings, borne by numerous conveyances (said of Bṛihas-pati) MW.
• m. a wood pecker MBh. Hariv. R. &c
• a peacock MBh. Vās.
• the Indian crane Jātakam. (?) L.
• a kind of parrot L.
• a kind of tree VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. a woman W.
• (ī), f. a kind of rose Dhanv.
• n. a lotus which opens by day MBh. Hariv. R. &c
-nivāsa mfn. abiding in a lotus MW.
• m. N. of Brahmā Kavik.
-yoni m 'lotus-born', N. of Brahmā Kum.
○ttrâyatêkṣaṇa mfn. having long lotus-like eyes MBh.
⋙ śatapattraka
○pattraka m. a woodpecker Suśr.
• a kind of venomous insect ib.
• N. of a mountain Śatr.
• (ikā) f. a kind of rose L.
• Anethum Sowa L.
• n. a lotus which opens by day Cat.
⋙ śatapatha
○patha mfn. having a hundred (i.e. numerous) paths, very many-sided MBh. Cat.
• proceeding in a hundred ways Siṃhâs.
• m. = next
-brāhmaṇa n. the Brāhmaṇa with a hundred paths or sections', N. of a well-known Brāhmaṇa attached to the Vājasaneyi-samhitā or White Yajur-veda, (like the Saṃhitā, this Brāhmaṇa is ascribed to the Ṛishi Yājñavalkya
• it is perhaps the most modern of the Brāhmaṇas, and is preserved in two Sākhās or schools, Mādhyampdina and Kāṇva
• the version belonging to the former is best known, and is divided into fourteen Kāṇḍas or books which contain one hundred Adhyāyas or lectures or according to another arrangement into sixty-eight Prapsṭhakas
• the whole work is regarded as the most systematic and interesting of all the Brāhmaṇas, and though intended mainly for ritual and sacrificial purposes, is full of curious mythological details and legends
• cf. yajur-veda, vijasaneyisaṃhitā, brāhmaṇa) IW. 25 &c
-śruti f. N. of wk
⋙ śatapathika
○pathika mf(ī)n. (fr. -patha) Pāṇ. 4-2, 60 Vārtt. 9
• following numberless paths or doctrines W.
⋙ śatapathīya
○pathīya mfn. belonging to the Śata-patha-brāhmaṇa Cat.
⋙ śatapad
○pad or (strong form)
⋙ śatapād
○pād (śatá-), mf(adī)n. having a hundred feet
RV. ṢaḍvBr. Lāṭy. MaitrS. (accordṭo Padap. -pád)
• having a hundred wheels MW.
• m. a centipede, Tulus Suśr.
• (adī), f. id ib. Car. Kathās. [Page 1049, Column 3]
• Asparagus Racemosus L.
• a kind of disease peculiar to horses MBh. Sch.
⋙ śatapada
○pada n. (with cakra) an astronomical circle with a hundred divisions for exhibiting the various divṭdivisions of the Nakshatras L.
-cakra n. id. Gobh. Sch.
⋙ śatapadī
○padī under -pad above
⋙ śatapadma
○padma n. the flower of the white lotus L.
• a legends with a hundred petals A.
⋙ śatapayas
○payas (śatá-.), mfn. containing a hundred fluids &c. VS.
⋙ śataparivāra
○parivāra m. a kind of Samādhi Kāraṇḍ.
• (ā), f. N. of a Nāga female ib.
⋙ śataparṇa
○parṇa m. N. of a man ( śātaparṇeya)
⋙ śataparva
○parva n. vegetable perfume L.
• (ā), f. 'hundred jointed', Dūrvā grass, (or) white Dūrval grass L.
• a kind of Helleborus L.
• a kind of √, = vacā L.
• the night of full moon in the month Āśvina L.
• N. of the wife of Śukra MBh.
⋙ śataparveśa
○parḍvêśa m. 'lord or husband of Śataparvā, the planet Venus L.
⋙ śataparvaka
○parvaka m. or n. (?) white-flowering Dūrvā grass Suśr.
• (ikā), f. Dūrvā grass L.
• barley L.
• a kind of √(= vacā) Bhpr.
⋙ śataparvan
○parvan (śatá-), mfn. having a hundred knots or joints RV. AV. Hariv. &c
• m. a bamboo Bhpr.
• a kind of sugar-cane ib.
• the thunderbolt ( comp.)
• n. a hole L.
○va-dhṛk m. 'bearer of the thunderbolt', N. of Indra BhP.
⋙ śatapavitra
○pavitra (śatá-.), mf(ā)n. purifying a hundred-fold RV.
⋙ śatapāka
○pāka mfn. boiled a hundred times
• n. (with or scil. taila) a partic. unguent MBh. Suśr.
⋙ śatapākya
○pākya mfn. = prec
• (with sneha), m. a kind of oil Car.
⋙ śatapātin
○pātin mfn. (?) MBh. ii, 51, 25
⋙ śatapād
○pād -pad
⋙ śatapādaka
○pādaka m. a centipede Suśr.
• (ikā), f. id. L.
• a kind of medicinal plant L.
⋙ śatapādī
○pādī f. a centipede L.
• a kind of plant (= sita-kaṭabhī) L.
⋙ śatapāla
○pāla m. an overseer of a hundred (villages, gen.) MBh.
⋙ śatapuṭa
○puṭa m. a partic. part of the body (= adhyūdhnī) KātyŚr. Sch
⋙ śataputra
○putra mfn. having a hundred sons MBh.
-tā f. the possession of a hundred sons ib.
⋙ śatapuṣkara
○puṣkara mf(ā)n. consisting of a hundred blue lotus-flowers ĀśvŚr. R.
⋙ śatapuṣpa
○puṣpa mf(ā)n. having a hṭhundred flowers, many-flowered MW.
• m. Anethum Sowa Suśr. VarYogay.
• N. of the poet Bhāravi L.
• of a mountain Buddh.
• (ā), f. Anethum Sowa Suśr. Var.
• Andropogon Aciculatus L.
• = adhaḥ-puṣpī, priyangu, śukla-vacā L.
• N. of a Gandharva female, Kārauḍ
⋙ śatapuṣpikā
○puṣpikā f. Anethum Sowa L.
⋙ śatapona
○pona m. (for pavana?) a sieve W.
⋙ śataponaka
○ponaka m. fistula in ano Suśr. ŚārṅgS.
⋙ śatapora
○pora or m. (prob. fr. parvan) a kind of sugar-cane Suśr. (cf. -ghora and nīla-pora)
⋙ śataporaka
○poḍraka m. (prob. fr. parvan) a kind of sugar-cane Suśr. (cf. -ghora and nīla-pora)
⋙ śataprada
○prada mfn. giving a hundred Nir.
⋙ śataprabhedana
○prabhedana m. N. of the author of the hymn Ṛig-veda x, 113 (having the patr. Vairūpa)
⋙ śataprasava
○prasava or m. N. of a son of Kambala-barhis Hariv.
⋙ śataprasūti
○prasūti m. N. of a son of Kambala-barhis Hariv.
⋙ śataprasūnā
○prasūnā f. Anethum Sowa L.
⋙ śataprāyaścittavājapeya
○prâyaścitta-vājapeya N. of wk
⋙ śataprāsa
○prâsa m. Nerinm Odorum L.
⋙ śataphalin
○phalin m. a bamboo Bhpr.
⋙ śatabaddha
○baddha mfn. pl. united in a hṭhundred Hariv.
⋙ śatabala
○bala m. N. of a monkey R.
• (ā), f. N. of a river MBh. VP.
○lâkṣa m. (with the patr. maudgalya) N. of a grammarian Nir.
⋙ śatabalāka
○balāka m. N. of a teacher VāyuP.
⋙ śatabali
○bali m. a kind of fish Āpast.
• N. of a monkey R.
• (prob. more correct -vali)
⋙ śatabalśa
○balśa (śatá-.), mf(ā)n. = śatá-valśa AV.
⋙ śatabāhu
○bāhú (?), mfn. having a hṭhundred arms (a boar) TĀr.
• m. a partic. small animal of a noxious kind Suśr.
• N. of an Asura BhP.
• of an evil demon (māra-putra) Lalit.
• (u), f. N. of a goddess Cat.
• of a Nāga female Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ śatabuddhi
○buddhi mfn. hundred-witted
• m. N. of a fish Pañcat.
⋙ śatabradhna
○bradhna (śatá-), mfn. hṭhundred-pointed RV.
⋙ śatabrāhmaṇaghātaja
○brāhmaṇa-ghāta-ja mfn. resulting from (i.e. equal to the guilt of) the murder of a hṭhundred Brāhmans Ml.
⋙ śatabhaṅgībhū
○bhaṅgī√bhū P. -bhavati, to be varied in a hundred ways Bālar.
⋙ śatabhāga
○bhāga m. the 100th part ŚvetUp.
⋙ śatabhiṣa
○bhiṣa m. = śatá-bhiṣaj, N. of a Nakshatra L.
• (śatábhiṣaṃ nákṣatram MaitrS. ii, 13, 20, wṛ for śatá-bhiṣaṅ nákṣatram)
⋙ śatabhiṣaj
○bhiṣaj (śata.), mf. 'requiring a hundred physicians', N. of the 22nd or 24th Nakshatra (containing 100 stars, one of which is ? Aquarī
• its name is said to denote that Dhanvantari himself cannot cure a person affected with disease whilst the moon is in this asterism) AV. TS. TBr.
• m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-3, 36
○ṣak-sena m. N. of a man ib. viii, 3, 100 Sch.
⋙ śatabhiṣā
○bhiṣā f. = śatábhiṣaj, N. of a Nakshatra MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ śatabhīru
○bhīru f. Jasminum Sambac L. (correct śītabh○)
⋙ śatabhuji
○bhuji (śatá-), mf(ī)n. hṭhundred-fold RV.
• having a hundred enclosures or fortifications MW.
⋙ śatabhṛṣṭi
○bhṛṣṭi (śatá-), mfn. having a hundred points or spikes TS.
⋙ śatamakha
○makha m. having a hundred sacrifices', N. of Indr1 Kāv. Kathās. &c. (cf. -kratu)
• an owl A.
⋙ śatamanyu
○manyu (śatá-), mfn. having hṭhundred-fold wrath RV. VarBṛS. Rājat.
• receiving a hundred sacrifices MW.
• very spirited, very zealous ib.
• m. N. of Indra Rājat. BhP. Bhaṭṭ.
• an owl A.
-kaṇṭhi or ○ṭhin, a kind of plant Pañcar. [Page 1050, Column 1]
-cāpa m. or n. (?) a rainbow Kād.
⋙ śatamaya
○maya in kapaṭa-śata-maya mfn. consisting of hundred-fold fraud Bhartṛ.
⋙ śatamayūkha
○mayūkha m. 'hundred-rayed', the moon VarBṛ.
⋙ śatamāṇṭi
○māṇṭi v. l. for māṇṭi (q.v.) Cat.
⋙ śatamāna
○māna (śatá-.), mfn. hṭhundred-fold VS.
• weighing a hundred (Raktikās Sch.) TS. Kāṭh. ŚBr. &c
• m. any object made of gold which weighs a hundred Mānas ŚBr. KātyŚr. m. n. a weight (or gift) of a hṭhundred Mānas in gold or silver (dakṣiṇa mfn. KātyŚr) ib. Mn. Yājñ. &c
• a Pala of silver W.
• an Aḍhaka (q.v.) W.
-dāna-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ śatamāya
○māya mfn. employing a hundred artifices MBh.
⋙ śatamārin
○mārin m. 'hundred-killer', a man who has killed a hundred W.
⋙ śatamārja
○mārja m. (prob. for śastra-m○) a sword-polisher L.
⋙ śatamukha
○mukha n. a hundred mouths or openings MW.
• a hundred ways ib.
• mfn. having a hundred apertures or outlets, Pañcit. Hit. Kathās.
• proceeding or possible in hundred ways Bhartṛ.
• having a hundred issues or ways MW.
• mṆ. of an Asura MBh.
• of one of Śiva's attendants Hariv.
• of a king of the Kiṃ-naras, Karaṇḍ
• (ī), f. N. of Durgā L.
• a brush, broom A.
-rāvana-caritra n. N. of wk
⋙ śatamūti
○mūti (śatá-), mfn. granting a hṭhundred aids RV. (cf. śatốti)
⋙ śatamūrdhan
○mūrdhan mfn. hundred-headed VS.
• m. an ant-hill L.
⋙ śatamūla
○mūla (śatá-), mf(ā)n. having a hundred roots TĀr.
• (ā), f. Dūrvā grass L.
• a kind of √= vacā L.
• (ī), f. Asparagus Racemosus L.
⋙ śatamūlikā
○mūlikā f. Asparagus Racemosus L. (also ○lī)
• Anthericum Tuberosum L.
⋙ śatayajña
○yajña m. 'having a hundred sacrifices', N. of Indra L.
cāpa m. or n. Indra's rainbow Kād.
○ñôpalakṣaka (?) or ○ñôpalakṣita mfn. characterized by a hundred sacrifices
• m. Indra MārkP.
⋙ śatayajvan
○yajvan m. 'sacrificing with a hṭhundred', N. of Indra Kir.
⋙ śatayatṣṭika
○yatṣṭika m. a necklace of a hṭhundred strings L.
⋙ śatayājam
○yā́jam ind. with a hundred sacrifices AV.
⋙ śatayātu
○yātu (śatá-), m. N. of a man RV. Vas.
⋙ śatayāman
○yāman (śatá-), mfn. having a hṭhundred paths RV.
⋙ śatayūpa
○yūpa m. N. of a Rājarshi MBh.
⋙ śatayogamañjarī
○yoga-mañjarī f. N. of wk
⋙ śatayojana
○yojana n. a distance of a hṭhundred Yojanas ŚāṅkhBr.
-parvata m. N. of a mountain Cat.
⋙ śatayāyin
○yāyin mfn. travelling a hundred Yojanas MBh.
-vat ind. as long as a hundred Yojanas MW.
⋙ śatayoni
○yoni (śatá-.), mfn. having a hṭhundred receptacles or nests or dwellings AV.
⋙ śatarañjinī
○rañjinī f. N. of wk
⋙ śataratha
○ratha m. N. of a king MBh. VP.
⋙ śatarā
○rā (śatá-) mfn. = -sukha RV. x, 106, 5 (Naigh)
⋙ śatarātra
○rātra m. n. a festival of ahṭhundred days PañcavBr. ŚrS. Maś.
⋙ śatarudra
○rudra m. pl. a hundred Rudras Cat.
• (with Śaivas) N. of a class of emancipated souls Sarvad.
• (ā), f. N. of a river and Tirtha MatsyaP.
• (prob.) n. (perhaps) = -rudríya MBh. xiii, 7092
-saṃhitā f. N. of a part of the Śiva-purāṇa
⋙ śatarudriya
○rudriya mfn. belonging or sacred to a hundred Rudras VS. ('much celebrated' Mahīdh.)
• n. (with or scil. brahman) N. of a celebrated hymn and prayer of the Yajur-veda addressed to Rudra (Śiva) in his hundred aspects (occurring in VS. xvi, 1-66)
ŚBr. Kāṭh. &c. (cf. RTL. 76)
• N. of an Upaṇishad
-bhāṣya n. N. of wk
-vat ind. as in the Sata-rudriya oblation KātyŚr.
-śiva-stotra n. N. of a ch. of the Mahā-bhārata
-homa m. a partic. oblation KātyŚr.
• N. of the 16th Adhyāya of the Vājasaneyi-saṃhitā
⋙ śatarudrīya
○rudrī́ya mfn. having a hṭhundred Rudrās as divinity L.
• n. a hymn of the Yajurveda (= -rudriya, q.v.) TS. TBr. MBh.
⋙ śatarūpa
○rūpa mfn. having a hundred forms L.
• m. N. of a Muni Cat.
• (ā), f. N. of the daughter and wife of Brahmā (her incestuous intercourse with her father produced Manu Svāyambhuva, but some Purāṇas make Śata-rūpā the wife not mother of the first Manu) Hariv. BṛĀrUp. Sch. Pur.
⋙ śatarca
○rca (fr. śatá- + ṛc), n. a hṭhundred Ṛic L.
⋙ śatarcas
○rcas (śatá-
• fr. śata + ṛc), mfn. (prob.) having a hundred supports (accord. to Sāy. = śatârcis or śata-vidhagati-yukta) RV.
⋙ śatarcin
○rcin (fr. ○ta + ṛc), m. pl. N. of the authors of the first Maṇḍala of the Ṛig-veda GṛS. AitĀr. &c
⋙ śatalakṣa
○lakṣa n. a hundred lacs, ten millions Pañcar.
⋙ śatalumpa
○lumpa or m. N. of the poet Bhāravi L. (cf. śatru-lummpa)
⋙ śatalumpaka
○lumḍpaka m. N. of the poet Bhāravi L. (cf. śatru-lummpa)
⋙ śatalocana
○locana mfn. hundred -eyed
• m. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.
• of an Asura Hariv.
⋙ śatavaktra
○vaktra m. 'having a hundred mouths', N. of an incantation recited over weapons R.
⋙ śatavat
○vat (śatá-), mfn. containing a hṭhundred, possessed of or accompanied with a hundred RV.
⋙ śatavadha
○vadha (śatá-), mf(ā)n. causing a hundred deaths AV.
⋙ śatavani
○vani m. N. of a man (cf. śātavaneya)
⋙ śatavapus
○vapus m. N. of a son of Uśanas VP.
⋙ śatavarṣa
○varṣa n. a hundred years W.
• mf(ā)n. possessing or lasting a hundred years Āpast. ParGṛ. &c
-sahasrin mfn. living a hundred thousand years MBh.
-sāriṇī f. N. of wk
⋙ śatavarṣin
○varṣin mfn. = -varṣa MBh.
⋙ śatavarṣman
○varṣman mfn. having a hundred bodies Hariv. (vḷ. -śīrṣa)
⋙ śatavala
○vala m. (vala = vali accord. to Comm.) N. of a partic. object given as reward for a sacrifice ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ śatavaliśa
○valiśa (śatá-.), vḷ. for next MaitrS. [Page 1050, Column 2]
⋙ śatavalśa
○valśa (śatá-), mfn. having a hṭhundred branches RV. VS. AV. BhP. (cf. śatá-balśa)
⋙ śatavāja
○vāja (śatá-), mf(ā)n. having or yielding a hundred energies RV.
⋙ śatavāra
○vāra (śatá-), mfn. consisting of a hundred hairs AV.
⋙ śatavārakam
○vārakam or ind. a hundred times AgP.
⋙ śatavāram
○vāram ind. a hundred times AgP.
⋙ śatavārṣika
○vārṣika mf(ī)n. lasting a hṭhundred years MārkP.
⋙ śatavāhī
○vāhī́ f. bringing a hundred as dowry AV.
⋙ śatavicakṣaṇa
○vicakṣaṇa (śatá-), mfn. having a hundred-fold appearance RV.
⋙ śatavitṛṇṇa
○vitṛṇṇa (śatá-), mfn. pierced with a hundred holes ŚBr.
⋙ śatavīra
○vīra m. N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ śatavīrya
○vīrya (śatá-), mfn. having a hṭhundred energies AV. TS. Kāṭh. Br.
• m. a partic. Samīdhi Kāraṇḍ.
• (ā), f. white. flowering Dūrvā grass Suśr. Car. Pañcar.
• a vine with reddish grapes L.
• Asparagus Racemosus L.
⋙ śatavṛṣabha
○vṛṣabha m. N. of the 23rd Muhūrta Sūryapr.
⋙ śatavṛṣṇya
○vṛṣṇya (śatá-), mfn. having hṭhundred-fold manly strength AV.
⋙ śatavedhin
○vedhin m. Rumex Vesicarius L.
⋙ śatavraja
○vraja (śatá-), mf(ā)n. having a hundred folds RV.
⋙ śataśakara
○śakara mfn. being able to give a hṭhundred MBh.
⋙ śataśarkara
○śarkara n. a hundred grains of gravel &c. (-tā f.), Śis. =
⋙ śataśala
○śala a distance of a hundred Śalas MaitrS. Kāṭh.
⋙ śataśalāka
○śalāka mfn. having. a hundred ribs (as an umbrella) MBh. R.
• (ā), f. a parasol(?) Divyâv.
⋙ śataśalya
○śalya (śatá-), mf(ā)n. hṭhundred-pointed AV.
⋙ śataśas
○śás ind. by or in hundred, a hṭhundred times (in connexion with a nom., acc' or instr
catur-daśa varṣāṇi yāsyanti śataśaḥ', 14 years will pass away like a hundred') AV. Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ śataśākha
○śākha (śatá-.), mf(ā or ī)n. having a hundred branches (also fig.) AV. MBh. Hariv. &c
-tva n. the state of havṭhaving a hundred brṭbranches, hundred-foldness Rājat.
⋙ śataśārada
○śārada (śatá-), mfn. containing or bestowing &c. a hundred autumns RV. AV. TS.
• n. a period or age of a hundred years RV. AV.
• (āya), ind. for a hundred autumns or years MW.
⋙ śataśāstra
○śāstra n
⋙ śatasāstravaipulya
○sāstra-vaipulya n. N. of wks
⋙ śataśīrṣa
○śīrṣa mfn. hundred-headed MBh. Hariv. R.
• m. a partic. incantation recited over weapons R.
• N. of a king of the Nāgas Kāraṇḍ.
• (ā), f. N. of the wife of Vāsuki MBh.
⋙ śataśīrṣan
○śīrṣan (śatá-), mfn. hṭhundred-headed ŚBr.
○ṣa-rudra-śamanī́ya mfn. fit to appease the hṭhundred-headed Rudra ŚBr.
⋙ śataśṛṅga
○śṛṅga mfn. hundred-peaked R.
• m. N. of a mountain MBh. BhP. Pañcar. &c
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ śataślokavyavahāraka
○śloka-vyavahāraka m
⋙ śataśloki rāmāyaṇa
○śloki rāmâyaṇa n
⋙ śataślokī
○ślokī f
⋙ śataślokīcandrakalā
○ślokī-candra-kalā f
⋙ śataślokīvyākhyā
○ślokī-vyākhyā f. N. of wks
⋙ śatasaṃvatsara
○saṃvatsara mfn. lasting ahṭhundred years Maś.
-kāla-sūcikā f. -phala n. N. of wks
⋙ śatasaṃkhya
○saṃkhya mfn. numbering a hṭhundred MBh. Hit.
• m. pl. N. of a class of deities in the tenth Manv-antara Pur.
⋙ śatasaṃghaśas
○saṃgha-śas ind. in collections of a hundred, by hundred (in connexion with a nom. or acc.) MBh.
⋙ śatasani
○sani mfn. gaining or procuring a hṭhundred ṢaḍvBr. PārGṛ.
⋙ śatasaṃdhāna
○saṃdhāna mfn. fixing an arrow a hṭhundred times MBh.
⋙ śatasahasra
○sahasra n. sg. or pl. a hṭhundred thousand (the counted object may be in gen. or in apposition or comp.) Hariv. R. &c
-dhā ind. into a hundred hundred pieces R.
-pattra n. kind of flower L.
-yāna n. a hundred hundred roads MW.
-śas ind. by hundred of hundred (in connexion with a nom., acc., or instr.) MBh. R. BhP.
○râṃśu mfn. having a hundred hundred rays (said of the moon) MBh.
○rânta mfn. spreading in a hundred hundred directions (said of the moon) MBh. (v. l.)
⋙ śatasāhasraka
○sâhasraka mf(ikā)n. consisting of a hundred thousand Buddh.
• n. N. of a Tīrtha MBh. (vḷ. -sāhasraka)
⋙ śatasā
○sā́ mfn. = -sani RV.
⋙ śatasāhasra
○sāhasra mf(ī)n. amounting to a hṭhundred thousand, containing a hundred hundred, consisting of a hundred hundred, a hundred thṭhundred-fold Mn. MBh. Hariv. MārkP.
• n. sg. (m.c
• with gen. pl.) = -sahasra R.
• a hundred thousandth part DhyānabUp.
-saṃkhya mfn. numering a hundred hundred R.
-sammita mfn. id VP.
⋙ śatasāhasraka
○sāhasraka n. N. of a Tirtha MBh. (cf. -sahasraka)
⋙ śatasāhasrika
○sāhasrika mfn. consisting of a hṭhundred hundred Hariv.
⋙ śatasukha
○sukha n. hundred-fold happiness, endless delight Bhartṛ.
⋙ śatasū
○sū f. bringing forth a hundred Pāṇ. 3-2, 61 Sch.
⋙ śatasūtrī
○sūtrī f. N. of wk
⋙ śataseya
○séya n. the obtaining of a hṭhundred RV.
⋙ śataspṛh
○spṛh mfn. wished for by hundred' MW.
⋙ śatasphya
○sphya (śatâ-), mf(ā)n. having a hundred beams or spars TS.
⋙ śatasvin
○svín mfn. possessing a hundred RV.
⋙ śatahan
○hán mf(ghnī́)n. slaying ahṭhundred TS.
• (ghnī), f. p. 1049
⋙ śatahaya
○haya m. N. of a son of Manu Tamasa VP. (vḷ. śānta-h○)
⋙ śatahali
○hali mfn. possessing a hundred large ploughs Daś.
⋙ śatahasta
○hasta mfn. hundred-handed AV.
⋙ śatahāyana
○hāyana (śatá-), mfn. containing or lasting for a hundred years ib.
⋙ śatahima
○hima (śatá-), mf(ā)n. lasting for or living for a hundred winters or years RV. AV.
⋙ śatahuta
○huta mfn. offered a hundred-fold, ṢávBr
⋙ śatahrada
○hrada m. N. of an Asura Hariv.
• (ā), f. (ifc. f. ā), containing a hundred rays of light', lightning or a partic. kind of light MBh. Hariv. Kāv. &c
• a thunderbolt L.
• N. of one of the daughters of Daksha (the wife of Bāhu-putra) VahniP.
• of the mother of the Rākshasa Virādha R.
⋙ śatahrādā
○hrādā f. 'possessing a hundred sounds', the thunderbolt W. [Page 1050, Column 3]
⋙ śatāṃśa
śatâṃśa m. a hundredth part MW.
⋙ śatāṃśaka
śatâṃśaka m. the 100th part or division (esp. of a constellation), Var Yogay.'
⋙ śatākarā
śatâkarā f. N. of a Kiṃ-nara female Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ satākārā
satâkārā f. N. of a female Gandharva ib.
⋙ śatākṣa
śatâkṣa mf(ī). hundred-eyed L.
• m. N. of a Dānava Hariv.
• (ī), f. night L.
• Anethum Sowa L.
• N. of Durgā MārkP.
⋙ satākṣara
satâkṣara mf(ā)n. of a hundred syllables, ĀpŚ
⋙ śatāgniṣṭoma
śatâgni-ṣṭoma mfn. connected with a hṭhundred Agni-shṭomas ŚBr.
⋙ śatāgra
śatâgra mfn. hundred-pointed Sāy.
• the first among hundred (in -mahiṣī f. the first wife among a hundred) MārkP.
⋙ śatāṅkura
śatấṅkura mf(ā)n. having a hundred shoots TĀr.
⋙ śatāṅga
śatâṅga mfn. hundred-memhered, manifold (applied to musical instruments = 'played upon in numerous ways') MBh.
• m. a chariot L.
• Dalbergia Ougeinensis L.
• N. of a Dānava Hariv.
⋙ śatātirātra
śatấtirātra mf(ā)n. connected with a hundred Atirātras ŚBr. KātyŚr.
⋙ śatātṛṇṇa
śatấtṛṇṇa mf(ā)n. having a hundred holes Br. Kauś.
• (ā), f. a jar or vessel having a hundred holes ŚBr. Vait.
⋙ śatātṛṣṇā
śatātṛṣṇā́ wṛ. for ○tṛṇṇā TBr.
⋙ śatātman
śatấtman mfn. possessing or bestowing a hṭhundred lives RV.
• containing a hundred forms, having numerous manifestations MW.
⋙ śatādhika
śatâdhika mf(ā)n. exceeding a hṭhundred, constituting 101 MBh.
⋙ śatādhipati
śatâdhipati m. a commander of a hṭhundred ib.
⋙ śatādhyāya
śatâdhyāya m. = śata-rudriya Cat.
⋙ satānaka
satânaka n. a burning-ground, cemetery L.
⋙ satānana
satânana m. Aegle Marinelos L.
• (ā), f. 'hundredfaced', N. of a goddess Cat.
⋙ śatānanda
śatânanda m. 'delighting hundred's', N. of Brahmā L.
• of Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa L.
• of a sage and other men MBh. Hariv. R. &c
• the car of Vishṇu L.
• (ā), f. N. of one of the Matṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
○da-saṃhitā f. N. of wk
⋙ śatānīka
śatấnīka mf(ā)n. having a hundred forms of array RV.
• containing or possessing a hundred hosts MW.
• m. an old man L.
• a father-in-law L.
• N. of various men AV. VS. Br. &c
• of an Asura Kathās.
⋙ satāparādhaprāyaścitta
satâparādha-prâyaścitta n
⋙ satāparādhastotra
satâparāḍdha-stotra n. N. of wks.,
⋙ satāpāṣṭha
satấpāṣṭha mf(ā)n. hundred-barbed AV. TBr.
⋙ satābja
satâbja mfn. having a hundred lotus-flowers DhyānabUp.
⋙ śatābda
śatâbda mfn. (a life) consisting of a hṭhundred years Mṛicch.
• n. a hundred years, century MW.
⋙ śatāyu
śatấyu mfn. = śatâyus ŚBr.
○tâyú-tā f. the state of having existed for a hṭhundred years ib.
⋙ śatayūdha
śatayū7dha mfn. wielding a hundred weapons TS. Gobh.
• m. N. of a king of Vasanta-pura HPariś.
• (ā), f. N. of a Kiṃ-nara female Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ śatāyus
śatâyus n. an age or life (consisting) of a hundred years BhP.
• (○tây○), mf(uṣī)n. attaining the age of a hundred yṭyears AV. Kāṭh. Lāṭy. &c
• m. a man a hundred years old, a centenarian W.
• N. of various men MBh. Hariv. VP. Kathās.
⋙ śatāra
śatâra (or ○târa), m. n. 'hṭhundred-angled', a thunderbolt L.
• (with Jainas) a partic. Kalpa Dharmaśarm.
⋙ śatāritra
śatâritra mf(ā)n. hundred-oared RV. VS. AV.
⋙ śatāruka
śatâruka m. a kind of leprosy ŚāṅgS.
⋙ śatāruṇa
śatâruṇa m. N. of a king of the ants Kauś. (v. l. śatā-varuṇa)
⋙ śatāruṣa
śatâruṣa m. (cf. Car.) or (cf. MW.) or (cf. MW.) or (cf. Car. Bhpr.) = śatâruka
⋙ śatāruṣī
śatâḍruṣī f. (cf. MW.) or (cf. Car. Bhpr.) = śatâruka
⋙ śatārus
śatâḍrus n. (cf. Car. Bhpr.) = śatâruka
⋙ śatārgha
śatârghá mfn. worth a hundred ŚBr.
⋙ śatārṇā
śatârṇā f. Anethum Sowa L.
⋙ śatārdha
śatârdha n. half a hundred, fifty VarBṛS.
-saṃkhya mfn. numbering fifty ib.
○dhâra mfn. fifty-spoked ŚvetUp.
⋙ śatārha
śatârha mfn. = śatârghá ŚrS.
⋙ śatāvadhāna
śatâvadhāna m. a man with such a good memory that he can attend to a hundred things at once' (also ○nin), N. of Rāghavêndra Cat.
⋙ śatāvaya
śatâvaya mfn. comprising or numbering a h. sheep RV.
⋙ śatāvara
śatâvara m. a fine of a hundred (Paṇas &c.) W.
• (ī), f. Asparagus Racemosus
Suśr. ŚārṅgS. VarBṛS. Bhpr.
• a kind of plant, zedoary (= śaṭī) MW.
• N. of the wife of Indra L.
⋙ śatāvarta
śatâvarta mfn. having a hundred tufts or curls (on the head ; said of Śiva) MBh.
• m. N. of Vishṇu L.
-vana n. N. of a forest Hariv.
⋙ satāvartin
satâvártin m. N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ śatāśri
śatấśri mfn. having a hundred angles or edges (said of the thunderbolt) RV.
⋙ satāśva
satâśva mfn. numbering a hundred horses (sahásraṃ śatâśvam, a thousand cattle with a hundred horses) RV. ŚrS. Vait.
-ratha n. sg. a hundred cattle and a car with horses KātyŚr.
-vijaya m. N. of part of wk
⋙ satāṣṭaka
satâṣṭaka n. one hundred and eight Pañcar.
⋙ satāhvayā
satâhvayā f. Anethum Sowa Suśr.
• Asparagus Racemosus L.
⋙ śatāhvā
śatâhvā f. Anethum Sowa Suśr. (wṛ. ○hva) Bhpr.
• Asparagus Racemosus (○hve dve du.) Car.
• N. of a river and Tīrtha MatsyaP.
⋙ śatedhma
śatêdhma n. a hundred logs Kāṭh. MaitrS.
⋙ śatendriya
śatêndriya mfn. having a hundred senses TS. Br. [Page 1051, Column 1]
• (ā), f. a proper N. MW.
⋙ śatepañcāśannyāya
śate-pañcāśan-nyāya m. the rule that fifty are contained in a hundred TPrāt. Sch.
⋙ śateśa
śatêśa m. the chief of a hundred (villages
• cf. grāma-ś○) Mn. vii, 115, 117
⋙ śatehudhi
śatếhudhi mfn. hundred-quivered ŚBr.
⋙ śataikaśīrṣan
śatâika-śīrṣan mfn. possessing a hṭhundred unique or excellent heads BhP. (cf. Sch.)
⋙ śataikīya
śat'âikīya mfn. one of a hundred Rājat.
⋙ śatokthya
śatốkthya mfn. having a hundred Ukthya-days ŚBr. KātyŚr.
⋙ śatoti
śato9ti mfn. affording a hundred aids &c., protecting hundred RV. TS.
⋙ śatodara
śatôdara mfn. having a hundred bellies MBh. Hariv.
• m. a partic. incantation recited over weapons R.
• N. of one of Śiva's attendants Hariv.
• (ī), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ śatodyāma
śatôdyāma mfn. having a hundred cords or ropes TBr.
⋙ śatonmāna
śatônmāna mfn. hundred-fold ŚBr.
⋙ śatopaniṣad
śatôpaniṣad a hundred Upanishads', N. of wk
⋙ śatolūkhalamekhalā
śatôlūkhala-mekhalā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ śataudanā
śatâudanā f. N. of a partic. ceremony and of the cow that gives the milk employed in it
AV. Kauś. APrāt. Sch.
≫ śataka
śataka mf(ikā)n. consisting of a hundred, comprising or amounting to a hundred Hariv. MārkP.
• the hundredth R.
• m. N. of Vishṇu L.
• (ikā), f. an amount of a hundred or of several hundreds (according to the numeral prefixed in comp., e.g. dvi-śatikāṃ dadāti. he gives an amount or a sum of 200) Pāṇ. 5-4, 1 Sch.
• (akam), n. a hundred, a century (construed like śata) MBh. &c. (esp. in titles of wks. 'a cento' or 'a collection of 100 stanzas'
• cf. amaru-, nīti-ś○ &c.)
⋙ śatakatīkā
○tīkā and f. N. of Commentaries
⋙ śatakavyākhyā
○vyākhyā f. N. of Commentaries
≫ śatā
śatā in comp. for śata
⋙ śatājit
○jit m. 'conquering hundreds', N. of a son of Bhajamāna Hariv. Pur.
⋙ śatāpadī
○padī f. (m. c. for śata-p○) a centipede Car.
⋙ śatāmagha
○magha (śata-), mfn. possessing or distributing a hundred (i.e. numerous) bounties or rewards (said of Indra) RV. (cf. magha-van)
⋙ śatāvat
○vat mfn. (prob. = śatavat) ib. (accord. to Padap. = śata + avat fr. √av) 'bestowing hundredfold help')
⋙ śatāvaruṇa
○varuṇa wṛ. for śatâruṇa
≫ śatika
śatika mfn. containing or amounting to a hundred (-vṛddhi, mfn. one whose gain in gambling amounts to 100) Yājñ. ī. 199
• the hundredth VarBṛS.
• (accord. to Gr. and L. also) bought with a hṭhundred
• doing or effecting anything with a hundred
• bearing tax or interest per hundred
• changed with or for a hundred
• indicative of a hundred &c
• (ikā), f. śataka
≫ śatin
śatín mfn. consisting of hundreds, hundredfold RV. (śatínībhis ind. 'in a hundred manners', i, 39, 7)
• possessing a hundred (with gavām, 'cows') MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. go-śatin)
≫ śatya
śatya mfn. consisting of a hundred Yājñ.
• = śatika, bought with a hundred &c. Pāṇ. Sch.
śatatin
śatatin m. N. of a son of Raja or Rajas VP. (cf. W., śata-jit)
śatana
śatana n. (for śātana, √2, śad) cutting down, belling Divyâv.
śatṛ
śatṛ (in gram, ) a technical term for the Kṛit affix at used in forming present participles of the Parasmai-pada
śatera
śatera m.= śatru, an enemy Uṇ. i, 61 Sch.
• hurt, injury L.
śattri
śattri m. an elephant Uṇ. iv, 67
śatraṃjaya
śatraṃ-jaya (prob.) wṛ. for śatruṃjaya
śatri
śátri m. N. of a man (having the. patr. Āgniveśi) RV. v, 34, 9
śatru
śátru m. (said to be for śat-tru, fr. √2. śad), 'overthrower', an enemy, foe, rival, a hostile king (esp. a neighbouring king as a natural enemy) RV. &c. &c
• the 6th astrological mansion, Var Yogay
• Asparagus Racemosus L.
• N. of an Asura MBh. i, 2543 (perhaps krodha-śatru as one word). [Cf. Gk., ?, ? ; [1051, 1] Germ. ḥader, ḥass, hassen ; Eng. hate.]
⋙ śatruṃsaha
○ṃ-saha mfn. bearing or patient with an enemy (also a proper N. ) Pāṇ. 3-2, 46 Sch.
⋙ śatrukarśana
○karśana or mfn. harassing enemies MBh.
⋙ śatrukarśaṇa
○karśaṇa mfn. harassing enemies MBh.
⋙ śatrukula
○kula n. the house of an enemy Mn. viii, 93
⋙ śatrugṛha
○gṛha n. N. of the 6th astrol. mansion VarYogay.
⋙ śatrugha
○gha or mfn. slaying enemies ib. 49 Sch.
⋙ śatrughāta
○ghāta mfn. slaying enemies ib. 49 Sch.
⋙ śatrughātin
○ghātin m. 'id.', N. of a son of Śatrughna (son of Daśa-ratha) R. [Page 1051, Column 2] Raghuv.
⋙ śatrughna
○ghna mfn. foe-killing, destroying enemies Pañcar.
• m. N. of one of Rāma-candra's brothers (he was son of Sumitrā and twin brother of Lakshmaṇa, and was the chosen companion of Bharata, son of Kaikeyī, as Lakshmaṇa was of Rāma, son of Kauśalyā) R. Ragh. &c. (cf. IW. 345 ; 503)
• of a son of Śva-phalka Hariv.
• of a son of Deva-śravas ib.
• (ī), f. -han
• n. a weapon L.
-jananī f. 'mother of Śatru-ghna', N. of Su-mitra L.
-śarman m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ śatrujana
○jana m. an enemy (also coll. 'enemies') VarBṛS.
⋙ śatrujaya
○jaya mfn. conquering an enemies Kull. on Mn. vii, 164.,
⋙ śatrujit
○jit mfn. id. Pāṇ. 3-2, 61 Sch.
• m. N. of Śiva Śivag.
• of a son of Rājâdhideva Hariv.
• of the father of Ṛita-dhvaja or Kuvalayâśva Pur.
• of various other princes ib.
⋙ śatruṃjaya
○ṃ-jaya m. 'foe-conquering', N. of a divine being Kauś.
• of a king MBh.
• of a door-keeper Kathās.
• of an elephant Hariv. R.
• of the mountain Vimala (cf. vimalâdri) or Girnar in Gujarāt (-māhātmya n. [IW. 367], -stava m. -stotra n. N. of wks.)
• (ā), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attendant on Skanda MBh.
• of a river Śatr.
⋙ śatrutas
○tas ind. from an enemies or enemies MW.
⋙ śatrutā
○tā f. hostility, enmity (-tāmi, to become a foe) Kāv. Kathās.
⋙ śatrutāpana
○tāpana mfn. tormenting enemies (said of Śiva) Śivag.
• m. N. of a demon producing illness Hariv.
⋙ śatrutūrya
○tū́rya n. the overcoming of an adversary RV.
⋙ śatrutva
○tvá n. = -tā RV. Kāv.
⋙ śatrudamana
○damana mfn. subduing enemies, g. nandy-ādi
⋙ śatrunandana
○nandana mfn. gladdening enemies Hit.
⋙ śatrunāśakṛt
○nāśa-kṛt or mfn. destroying enemies VarBṛS.
⋙ śatrunāśana
○nāśana mfn. destroying enemies VarBṛS.
⋙ śatrunikāya
○nikāya m. a host of enemies W.
⋙ śatrunibarhaṇa
○nibarhaṇa mfn. foe-destroying R.
⋙ śatrunilaya
○nilaya m. the dwelling of a foe W.
⋙ śatruṃtapa
○ṃ-tapa mfn. harassing enemies MBh. (also as a proper N. Pāṇ. 3-2, 46 Sch.
• cf. śātruṃtapi)
⋙ śatruṃdama
○ṃ-dama mfn. subduing enemies MārkP. (applied to Śiva Śivag.)
⋙ śatrupakṣa
○pakṣa m. the side or part of an enemies MBh.
• mfn. taking the side of an enemies, an antagonist, opponent VarBṛS.
⋙ śatruparājaya
○parājaya m. (with svara-śāstra-sāra) N. of wk
⋙ śatrubādhaka
○bādhaka (cf. MW.),
⋙ śatrubādhana
○bā́dhana (cf. TS.), mfn. harassing or distressing enemies
⋙ śatrubha
○bha n. = -gṛha VarYogay.
⋙ śatrubhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. Saccharum Munjia L.
⋙ śatrubhaṭa
○bhaṭa m. N. of an Asura Kathās.
⋙ śatrumardana
○mardana mfn. crushing or destroying enemies Kathās.
• m. a kind of pavilion Vāstuv.
• N. of a son of Daśa-ratha (= śatru-ghna) L.
• of a son of Kuvalayâśva MārkP.
• of a king of Videha W.
• of an elephant Kathās.
⋙ śatrumitropaśānti
○mitrôpaśānti f. N. of wk
⋙ śatrurūpa
○rūpa mfn. appearing in the form of an enemy Pañcat.
⋙ śatrulāva
○lāva mfn. cutting an enemies to pieces, killing foes Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ śatrulumpa
○lumpa m. N. of Bhāravi Gal. (cf. śata-l○)
⋙ śatruloka
○loka wṛ. for śakra-l○ MārkP.
⋙ śatruvat
○vat ind. like an enemies MW.
⋙ śatruvala
○vala mfn. having enemies Siddh. on Pāṇ. 5-2, 112
⋙ śatruvigraha
○vigraha m. 'war of enemies', hostile invasion MW.
⋙ śatruvināśana
○vināśana m. destroyer of enemies', N. of Śiva MBh.
⋙ śatruviloḍana
○viloḍana n. alarming the enemy Pratāp.
⋙ śatruśalyacarita
○śalya-carita n
⋙ śatrusaṃhananakavaca
○saṃhanana-kavaca m. n. N. of wks
⋙ śatrusammukham
○sammukham ind. facing the enemies, in front of the enemies' MW.
⋙ śatrusaha
○saha mfn. = -sāha ib.
⋙ śatrusāt
○sāt ind. (with Caus. of √gam) to deliver into the hands of an enemies MBh.
⋙ śatrusāha
○sāha mfn. sustaining (the shock of) an enemies ib.
⋙ śatrusevin
○sevin mfn. serving an enemies, being in the service of a hostile prince Mn. vii, 186
⋙ śatruha
○há mfn. slaying enemies AV.
⋙ śatruhatyā
○hatyā f. foe-destruction, hosticide MW.
⋙ śatruhan
○hán mfn. = -há RV. BhP.
• m. N. of a son of Śva-phalka (cf. śatru-ghna) Hariv.
• (ghnī) f. N. of wk
⋙ śatruhantṛ
○hantṛ m. 'foe-slayer', N. of a minister of Śambara ib.
⋙ śatrūpajāpa
śatrū7pajāpa m. the treacherous whisperings of an enemies (-dūṣita mfn. corrupted by an enemies's treachery) Kull. on Mn. vii, 62
⋙ śatrūṣah
śatrū-ṣáh (strong form -ṣā́h), mfn. overpowering enemies RV. AV.
≫ śatruka
śatruka m. an enemy Subh.
≫ śatrūya
śatrūya Nom. P. ○yáti, to be an enemy, be hostile RV. AV. VS.
śatvarī
śatvarī f. (said to be fr. √śad, or śam) night (cf. śarvarī) L.
śad 1
śad (only occurring in the forms śāśadúḥ, śāśadmahe, śāśadré, and śā́śadāna), to distinguish one's self. be eminent or superior, prevail, triumph RV. AV. [Cf. Gk. ?, ?, [1051, 2] ?, ?],
śad 2
śad cl. 1. 6. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xx, 25 ; xxviii, 134) śīyate (cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 78
• P. in non-conjugational tenses, i, 3. 60
• pf. śaśada, śeduḥ Br.
• fut. śatsyati AV.
• aor. aśadat Gr
• fut. śattā ib. [Page 1051, Column 3]
• inf. śattum ib.), to fall, fall off or out AV. Br. Bhaṭṭ.: Caus. śādayati, to impel, drive on (cattle) Pāṇ. 7-3, 42
śātáyati, ○te (ib.), to cause to fall off or out or asunder, hew or cut off, knock out AV. &c. &c
• to fell, throw down, slay, kill MBh. Hariv. R.
• to disperse, dispel, remove, destroy Gobh. Śiś. Suśr.: Desid. śiśatsati Gr.: Intens. śāśadyate, śāśatti ib. [Cf., accord. to some, Lat. cedo.]
≫ śada
śada m. falling ( parṇa-ś)
• produce, revenue Gaut.
• a partic. Ekâha ĀśvŚr.
• any edible vegetable product (phala-mūtâdi) L.
≫ śadaka
śadaka m. or n. (?) unhusked corn Bhadrab. (v. l. sadaka)
≫ śadri
śadri (only L.), m. a cloud
• an elephant
• f. lightning
• clayed or candied sugar
≫ śadru
śadru mfn. falling, perishing &c. Pāṇ. 3-2, 159
• m. N. of Vishṇu L.
≫ śanna
śanna mfn. fallen, decayed, withered &c. (-mala mfn. Nir. xi, 8)
• n. offal ( haviṣya-ś○)
śadvalā
śadvalā f. N. of a river Śatr.
śana
śana (prob. connected with √śam), quiet, calm, soft (only in instr. pl. śanais, q.v.)
≫ śanakaiścara
śanakaiś-cara m. (fr. next + cara) = śanaiścara MW.
≫ śanakais
śanakaís ind. (dimin. of śanais) quietly, softly, gently, by degrees, in every case that arises, with alternations, alternately RV. &c. &c
≫ śani
śani m. (prob. 'slow-moving'
• cf. manda) the planet Saturn or its regent (fabled as the offspring of the Sun
• he is represented as of a black colour or dressed in dark-coloured clothes
• cf. nīla-vāsas) R. VarBṛS. &c
• N. of Śiva MW.
• of a son of Atri VāyuP.
⋙ śanicakra
○cakra n. Satum's diagram (a peculiar diagram used to foretell good or bad fortune
• it is marked with 27 compartments to represent the Nakshatras passed through by the planet Saturn) MW.
⋙ śanija
○ja n. 'Saturn-produced', black pepper W.
⋙ śanitrayodaśīvrata
○trayodaśī-vrata n
⋙ śanipratimāndana
○pratimāndana n. N. of wks
⋙ śanipradoṣa
○pradoṣa m. 'Saturu-evening', N. of the worship performed to Śiva on the 13th day of the waxing or waning moon when it falls on a Saturday MW.
-vrata n. N. of wk
⋙ śaniprasū
○prasū f. 'mother of Saturn', N. of Chāyā (wife of the Sun) L.
⋙ śanipriya
○priya n. 'dear to Saturn', a dark-coloured stone (the emerald or sapphire) L.
⋙ śanivāra
○vāra or m. Saturn's day, Saturday L.
⋙ śanivāsara
○vāsara m. Saturn's day, Saturday L.
⋙ śaniśānti
○śānti f
⋙ śanisūkta
○sū7kta n
⋙ śanistotra
○stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ śanyaṣṭaka
śany-aṣṭaka n. N. of wk
≫ śanair
śanair in comp. for śanais
⋙ śanairgaṅgam
○gaṅgam ind. where the Gaṅgā flows slowly Pāṇ. 2-1, 21 Sch.
⋙ śanairdehin
○dehin wṛ. for -mehin Car.
⋙ śanairbhāva
○bhāva m. slowness, graduality (ibc. before a pr. p. = slowly, by degrees). Kathās.
⋙ śanairmeha
○meha m. slow or painful discharge of water from the bladder, dysuria ŚārṅgS.
○hin mfn. suffering from dysuria Suśr.
≫ śanaiś
śanaiś in comp. for śanais
⋙ śanaiścara
○cara mfn. walking or moving slowly Bhartṛ.
• m. the planet Saturn or its regent (cf. śani) MBh. Kāv. &c. (in MBh. also applied to other planets and even the sun)
• Saturday Vishṇ.
-kavaca m. n. -pūjā f. N. of wks
-vāra m. Saturday Subh.
-vidhāna n. -vrata n. N. of wks
-saṃvatsara m. the year of Saturn (during which this planet completes his course through the 28 Nakshatras
• in modern astron. = 30 of our years) MW.
≫ śanais
śanais (cf. RV.) or (cf. ŚBr.), ind. (originally instr. pl. of śana, q.v
⋙ śanais
śanaís (cf. ŚBr.), ind. (originally instr. pl. of śana, q.v
• cf. uccais, nīcais) quietly, softly, gently, gradually, alternately RV. &c. &c
⋙ śanaistarām
○tarām ind. more (or very) quietly, softly &c. AitBr. ĀśvŚr.
śanaka
śanaka m. (cf. śaṇaka) N. of a son of Śambara Hariv. (vḷ. senaka)
≫ śanakāvali
śanakâvali or f. (perhaps for śaṇak○
⋙ śanakāvalī
śanakâvaḍlī f. (perhaps for śaṇak○
• cf. śaṇa) Scindapsus Officinalis L.
≫ śanaparṇī
śana-parṇī f. (for śaṇa-p○?) Wrightia Antidysenterica L. (cf. sana and asana.p○)
śanotsāha
śanôtsāha m.= gaṇḍaka L. (v. l. svanôtsāha)
śanta
śanta śanti &c. p. 1055, col. r
≫ śantanu
śantanu śantama &c. śaṃ-tanu, śáṃtama, p. 1054, col. 3
śanna
śanna √2. śad
śaṃnodevī
śaṃ-no-devī &c. p. 1054, col. 3. [Page 1052, Column 1]
śap 1
śap (in gram.) a technical term used for the Vikaraṇa a (inserted between the √and terminations of the conjugational tenses in verbs of the Ist class
vi-karaṇa, p. 954)
śap 2
śap ind. a prefix implying assent or acceptance (as in śap-karoti, he admits or accepts) W.
śap 3
śap cl. 1. 4. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxiii, 31
• xxvi, 59) śapati, ○te or śapyati, ○te (the latter only in Bhaṭṭ.
• pf. śaśā́pa, śepé aor. aśāpsīt, aśapta Gr. [2. pl. śāpta in TS. prob. wṛ. ]
• fut. śaptā ib.
śapsyati, ○te ib.
śapiṣye MBh.
• inf. śaptum or śapitum ib.
• ind. p. śapitvā ib.
śaptvā Gr.), to curse (mostly P. with acc
• in AV. v, 30, 3, Ā. with dat.) RV. &c. &c
• (P. Ā.) to swear an oath, utter an execration (sometimes with śapatham or ○thān
• also with anṛtam, to swear a false oath) RV. &c. &c
• (P. Ā.) to revile, scold, blame (acc., rarely dat.) Yājñ. Kāv. Pur.
• (Ā
• m. c. also P.) to curse one's self (followed by yadi, 'if', i. e. to promise with an oath, vow or swear, 'that one will not' &c
• or followed by dat. and rarely acc. of the person to whom and instr. of the object by which one swears
• or followed by iti e.g. varuṇêti, 'to swear by the name of Varuṇa VS.) RV. &c. &c
• (Ā) to adjure, supplicate, conjure any one (acc.) by (instr.) R. Hariv.: Caus. śāpayati (aor. aśīśapat), to adjure, conjure, exorcise (demons) AV. AitBr.
• to cause any one (acc.) to swear by (instr.) Mn. viii, 113 (cf. śāpita): Desid. śiśapsati, ○te Gr.: Intens. śāśapyate, śāśapti, or śaṃśpyate, śaṃśapti ib.
≫ śapa
śapa m. a curse, imprecation, oath (= śapatha) L.
• a corpse (wṛ. for śava, q.v.) W.
• N. of a man, g. aśvâdi
≫ śapatha
śapatha m. (and n. g. ardharcâdi ifc. f. ā) a curse, imprecation, anathema RV. &c. &c
• an oath, vow Mn. MBh. &c
• an ordeal Nār.
• scolding, reviling L.
⋙ śapathakaraṇa
○karaṇa n. swearing or taking an oath Dhūrtan.
⋙ śapathajambhana
○jambhana mf(ī)n. nullifying a curse Āpast.
⋙ śapathapattra
○pattra n. written testimony on oath or affidavit MW.
⋙ śapathapūrvakam
○pūrvakam mfn. with oaths Cat.
⋙ śapathayāvana
○yā́vana mf(ī)n. averting a curse AV.
⋙ śapathayopana
○yópana mf(ī)n. warding off or nullifying a curse ib.
⋙ śapathottaram
śapathôttaram ind. with oaths Kathās.
≫ śapathīya
śapathīya Nom. P. -yâti (only pr. p. yát, uttering curses) AV.
≫ śapatheyya
śapatheyyá m. a curser, swearer AV.
≫ śapathya
śapathyá mfn. depending on a curse, (a sin) consisting in cursing or imprecation RV.
≫ śapana
śápana n. a curse, imprecation AV.
• reviling, abuse W.
• an oath, asseveration by oath or ordeal ib.
⋙ śapanatara
○tara (śapaná-), mfn. inclined to cursing ŚBr.
≫ śapita
śapita mfn. cursed R. vii, 55, 21
≫ śapta
śaptá mfn. id. Suparṇ. MBh. &c. (-vat mfn. = pf. śaśāpa MBh.)
• adjured, conjured R.
• sworn, taken as an oath W.
• m. Saccharum Cylindricum L.
• n. a curse, imprecation TBr. Kāṭh.
• an oath R.
≫ śaptṛ
śaptṛ́ m. a curser, swearer AV.
≫ śapya
śapya mfn. to be cursed &c. Pāṇ. 3-1, 98 Sch.
≫ śapva
śapva m. abuse, reviling L.
śapha
śaphá m. (L. also n
• ifc. f. ā
• of doubtful derivation) a hoof (esp. the hoof of a horse) RV. &c. &c
• an eighth (because of the divided hoofs of the cow
• cf. pāda, a fourth) RV. TS. ŚBr.
• a claw VS. xii, 4
• a wooden implement formed like a claw or hook (for lifting an iron pot or pan from the fire) Br. Lāṭy.
• Unguis Odoratus L.
• (du., with vasiṣṭhasya) N. of two Sāmans KātyŚr. ; n. the √of a tree L. [Cf., accord. to some, Germ. huof, ḥuf ; Angl. Sax. hôf ; Eng. hoof]
⋙ śaphagraha
○grahá m. the hoof or claw of an animal used as a kind of receptacle ŚBr.
⋙ śaphacyuta
○cyuta (śaphá-), mfn. tossed up by hoofs (as dust) RV. -1
⋙ śaphavat
○vat (śaphá-), mfn. possessing hoofs or claws (n. a hoofed animal) ib. -2
⋙ śaphavat
○vat ind. like a hoof. MW.
⋙ śaphaśas
○śas ind. by eighths ( śapha above), PiñcavBr
⋙ śaphākṣa
śaphâkṣa m. N. of a man (cf. śāphākṣi)
⋙ śaphāruj
śaphârúj mfn. destroying hoofs or dṭdestroying with the hoofs (said of demons) RV.
⋙ śaphoru
śaphôru mf(ū)n. (a woman) whose thighs resemble the two divisions of a cow's hoof Pāṇ. 4-1, 70
≫ śaphara
śaphara m. (ifc. f. ā
• also written saphara and said to be connected with śapha Cyprinus Saphore (a kind of bright little fish that glistens when darting about in shallow water)
Kāv. VarBṛS. Kathās. &c. [Page 1052, Column 2]
• a carp or kind of large fish (that preys on other fish) Kathās. cxxiii, 10
• (ī), f. a fish or a kind of fish ( pūti-ś○)
• ebony L.
⋙ śaphararūpa
○rūpa n. the form of a carp or large fish BhP.
⋙ śapharadhipa
śapharádhipa m. the fish Clupea Alosa (= illiśa) L.
≫ śaphari
śaphari (prob.) m. a small fish Gal.
≫ śapharīya
śapharīya mfn. (fr. śaphara), g. utkarâdi
≫ śapharuka
śapharuka m. a box, box-like receptacle, pot Hcar.
śabara
śabara mfn. - (also written śavara
• cf. śabala below) variegated, brindled L.
• relating or belonging to a Śabara (prob. for śābara) MBh.
• m. N. of a wild mountaineer tribe in the Deccan (in later language applied to any savage or barbarian = kirāta, pulinda, bhilla
• accord. to L. 'the son of a Śūdra and a Bhillī') AitBr. MBh. &c
• a kind of Lodhra or Lodh tree L. (cf. comp.)
• N. of Śiva L.
• (with kāṣivata) N. of the author of RV. x, 169 Anukr.
• of a poet Cat.
• of a Buddhist ib.
• = śabara-svāmin (in śabara-bhāṣya, q.v.)
• = hasta and śāstra-viśeṣa L.
• (ā), f. N. of a Yoginī Hcat.
• (ī), f. a Śabara woman R. Kathās. &c
• n. water L. (prob. wṛ. for śambara)
⋙ śabarakanda
○kanda m. a sweet potato L.
⋙ śabarajambu
○jambu N. of a place ( śābarajambuka)
⋙ śabarabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. Śabara's i.e. Śabara-svāmin's Comm. on the Mīmāṃsā-sūtra (also called śābara-bh○
• it has been critically annotated by the great Mīmāṃsā authority Kumārila)
⋙ śabaralodhra
○lodhra m. a kind of Lodhra L.
⋙ śabarasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a king (mentioned in the Kathárṇava) Cat.
⋙ śabarasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of an author (cf. śabara-bhāṣya) IW. 98, n. 1
⋙ sabarālaya
sabarâlaya m. the abode of savage tribes L.
⋙ śabarāhāra
śabarâhāra m. 'the 'Śabaras' food', a kind of jujube L.
≫ śabaraka
śabaraka m. a Śabara, savage or barbarian Kāv.
• (ikā), f. a Śabara woman Nalac.
≫ śabarāla
śabarāla m. a sort of Lodhra W.
≫ śaharībhū
śaharī-√bhū P. -bhavati, to become a Śabara or savage Harav.
śabala
śabála mf(ā, or ī)n. (also written śavala
• cf. śabara above) variegated, brindled, dappled, spotted (in RV. x, 14, 10 applied to the two four-eyed watch-dogs of Yama) RV. &c. &c
• variegated by, i.e. mixed or provided or filled with (instr. or comp.) Kāv. Sarvad.
• disfigured, disturbed BhP. ( comp.)
• m. a variegated colour W.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
• of a man (v. l. for śabara) Cat.
• (ā) or (ī), f. below
• n. water (cf. śabara) W.
• a partic. religious observance of the Buddhists ib.
⋙ śabalagu
○gu mfn. having mottled cows MW.
⋙ śabalacetana
○cetana mfn. disturbed in mind BhP.
⋙ śabalatā
○tā f
⋙ śabalatva
○tva n. mixedness, mixture Kāv. Sāh.
⋙ śabalahṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. = -cetana BhP.
⋙ śabalākṣa
śabalâkṣa m. 'spotted-eyed', N. of a Ṛishi MBh.
⋙ śabalāśva
śabalâśva m. 'having a dappled-horse', N. of a man (son of Avikshit) MBh.
• pl. N. of the children of Daksha and Vairaṇī Hariv. Pur.
⋙ śabalodara
śabalôdara m. 'having a spotted-belly', N. of a demon MantraBr.
≫ śabalaka
śabalaka mfn. spotted, brindled (in alg. applied to the 13th unknown quantity) Col.
≫ śabalā
śabalā f. a spotted cow L.
• N. of a cow (Kāmadhenu, the cow of plenty) R.
≫ śabalikā
śabalikā f. a kind of bird Cat. (incorrectly written sab○)
≫ śabalita
śabalita mfn. variegated Vās.
≫ śabaliman
śabaliman m. variegated state or condition, mottled look or appearance Śiś. vi, 27
≫ śabalī
śabalī f. a spotted cow L.
• (nom. ī́s) the cow of plenty TS. Br.
⋙ śabalīhoma
○homa m. an offering to the cow of plenty Lāṭy.
≫ śabalīkṛta
śabalī-kṛta mfn. (śabalī for ○la) variegated Ragh. VarBṛS.
śabd
śabd (rather a Nom. śabdaya fr. śabda), cl. 10. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxxiii, 40) śabdayati, to make any noise or sound, cry aloud Śiś. Pañcat. BhP.
• to call, invoke Śaṃk. Kathās.
• (śabdāpayati, ○te), to call, address R.: Pass. śábdyate, to be sounded &c
• to be called MBh.
• (impers.) it is chattered Nir. i, 18
≫ śabda
śábda m. (in DhyānabUp. also n. ifc. f. ā perhaps connected with √3. śap, cf. also 2. śap) sound, noise, voice, tone, note (śabdaṃkṛ, to utter a sound, raise the voice, cry aloud
• sound is supposed to be sevenfold [cf. MBh. xii, 6858] or eight. fold [cf. Dharmas. 35] or tenfold [cf. MBh. xiv, 1418] [Page 1052, Column 3]
• in the Mīmāṃsā it is taught to be eternal)
• a word (śabdena, by word, explicitly, expressly) cf. ib. cf. Kāś. on cf. Pāṇ. 2-3, 19
• speech, language cf. BhP
• the right word, correct expression (opp. to apa-śabda) cf. Pat
• the sacred syllable Om, AmṛitUp
• (in gram.) a declinable word or a word-termination, affix cf. Pāṇ. cf. Sch
• a name, appellation, title cf. Mn. cf. MBh. &c. (tacchabdāt', because it is socalled' cf. KātyŚr.)
• a technical term cf. TPrāt
• verbal communication or testimony, oral tradition, verbal authority or evidence (as one of the Pramāṇas, q.v. ) cf. Nyāyas. cf. Sarvad
⋙ śabdakarmaka
○karmaka mfn. (a root) meaning, 'to sound' Kāś. on Pāṇ. 1-4, 52. -1
⋙ śabdakarman
○karman n. 'sound-making', a sound, noise Āpast. -2
⋙ śabdakarman
○karman mfn. = -karmaka Pāṇ. 1-4, 52
⋙ śabdakalpa
○kalpa m
⋙ śabdakalpataru
○kalpa-taru m. N. of gram. wks
⋙ śabdakalpadru
○kalpa-dru m. N. of a lexicon by Keśava (also called kalpa-dru)
⋙ śabdakalpadruma
○kalpa-druma m. N. of a modern Encyclopaedia by Rādhā-kāntadeva
⋙ śabdakāra
○kāra Pāṇ.),
⋙ śabdakārin
○kārin (cf. Nir.), mfn. making a noise or sound, sounding, sonorous
⋙ śabdakośa
○kośa m. 'wordrepository', N. of a dictionary
⋙ śabdakaumudī
○kaumudī f. N. of a grammar by Cokka-nātha
⋙ śabdakaustubha
○kaustubha m. N. of a gram. by Īśvari-prasāda and of a Comm. on Pāṇ. 1-1
-dūṣaṇa n. N. of a gram. wk. by Bhāskara-dīkshita
⋙ śabdakriya
○kriya mfn. = -karmaka Pāṇ. 1-4, 52 Vārtt. 1
⋙ śabdakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa m. n. N. of a ch. of the Tattva-cintāmaṇi
-prakāśa m. -vyākhyā f. N. of Comms. on it
⋙ śabdaga
○ga mfn. perceiving sounds BhP.
• uttering sounds MBh.
⋙ śabdagata
○gata mfn. being or residing in a word (as a poetical or metaphorical meaning) MW.
⋙ śabdagati
○gati f. 'method of sounds', music, song VarBṛS.
• mfn. uttering sounds Hariv.
⋙ śabdaguṇa
○guṇa m. the quality of sounds MW.
• the excellence of the sound or form (of a poem, as opp. to artha-g○, q.v
• there are 10 guṇâlaṃkāras, viz. ojas, prasāda, śleṣa, samatā, samādhi, mādhurya, saukumārya, udāratā, artha-vyakti, and kānti, qq. vv.) Vām. iii, 1, 4
⋙ śabdagocara
○gocara m. the aim or object of speech (e.g. any one who is spoken to or spoken about) BhP.
⋙ śabdagraha
○graha m. 'receiver of sounds', the ear L.
• receiving or catching sound ib.
• N. of a fabulous arrow ib.
⋙ śabdagrāma
○grāma m. the totality of sounds L.
⋙ śabdaghoṣā
○ghoṣā f. N. of a collection of paradigms to the Saṃkshiptasāra grammar
⋙ śabdacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of a lexicon by Bāṇa-kavi and of a dictionary on materia medica by Vaidya Cakrapāṇi-datta
⋙ śabdacāturya
○cāturya n. skill in words, cleverness of diction, eloquence MW.
⋙ śabdacāli
○cāli f. a partic. movement in dancing Saṃgīt.
-nṛtya n. a kind of dance ib.
⋙ śabdacitra
○citra n. sound-variation, alliteration &c. Kpr. Sāh.
• mfn. having various or fanciful sounds MW.
⋙ śabdacintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m. N. of a Comm. on Pāṇini's Ashṭâdhyāyi and of a lexicon by Vyāsa-viṭṭhalâcārya
-vṛtti f. N. of a Prākṛit grammar by Śubha-candra
⋙ śabdacora
○cora m. 'word-thief.' a plagiarist, [also lexicographer?] W.
⋙ śabdacyuta
○cyuta n. (prob.) = -hīna, Bharat
⋙ śabdaja
○ja mfn. arising from sounds, produced by words MW.
⋙ śabdatattvaprakāśa
○tattva-prakāśa m. N. of wk
⋙ śabdatanmātra
○tanmātra n. the subtle element of sounds MW.
⋙ śabdataraṃga
○taraṃga m
⋙ śabdataraṃgiṇī
○taraṃgiṇī f
⋙ śabdatāṇḍava
○tāṇḍava n. (?)
⋙ śabdatriveṇikā
○triveṇikā f. N. of wks
⋙ śabdatva
○tva n. the condition or nature of sṭsounds Tarkas.
-jāti-pramāṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ śabdadīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of a grammar (on irregular nouns) and a lexicon by Kumbhīnasa-nātha
• of a Comm. on the Mugda-bodha by Govinda-rāma
⋙ śabdanityatā
○nityatā f. the eternity of sound (also -tva MW.)
-vicāra m. N. of wk
⋙ śabdanirūpaṇa
○nirūpaṇa n
⋙ śabdanirṇaya
○nirṇaya m. N. of wks
⋙ śabdanṛtya
○nṛtya n. a kind of dance, Saṃigīt
⋙ śabdametṛ
○metṛ m. 'word-chief' N. of Pāṇini (as chief of grammarians) Buddh.
⋙ śabdapati
○pati m. 'word-lord', a mere nominal leader Ragh.
⋙ śabdapadamañjarī
○pada-mañjarī m. N. of a grammar
⋙ śabdapariccheda
○pariccheda m. N. of various wks
-rahasya n. -rahasye' pūrva-vāda-rahasya n. N. of wks
⋙ śabdapāṭha
○pāṭha m. a collection of paradigms of declension, by Gaṅgā-dhara
⋙ śabdapāta
○pāta m. range or reach of sound
• (am), ind. as far as sounds reaches Bhaṭṭ. (vḷ.)
⋙ śabdapātin
○pātin mfn. aiming or hitting at any object by the mere sounds (without seeing it) Nir.
• falling with a sounds MW. =
⋙ śabdaprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of virious wks
⋙ śabdaprabheda
○prabheda m. N. of a grammar and lexicon
-nāmamālā f. = śabda-bheda-prakāśa
⋙ śabdapramāṇa
○pramāṇa n. verbal testimony or proof. oral evidence MW.
⋙ śabdaprāmāṇyakhaṇḍana
○prāmāṇya-khaṇḍana n
⋙ śabdaprāmāṇyavāda
○prāmāṇya-vāda m. N. of two phil. wks
⋙ śabdaprāś
○prāś mfn. enquiring after (the meaning of) a word Uṇ. ī. 57 Sch. (cf. Pāṇ. 4, 19)
⋙ śabdabāṇāgravedhin
○bāṇâgra-vedhin mfn. hitting (an unseen object) with an arrow's point by (aiming at) the mere sound R. (cf. śabda-vedhin)
⋙ śabdabṛhatī
○bṛhatī f. N. of a Comm. on the Mahā-bhāshya
⋙ śabdabodha
○bodha m. (in phil.) knowledge derived from verbal testimony [Page 1053, Column 1]
-prakāra m. -prakriyā f. -vicāra m. N. of wks
⋙ śabdabrahman
○brahman n. word-brahman', the Veda considered as a revealed sound or word and identified with the Supreme MaitrUp. Pur.
○ma-maya mf(t)n. consisting in the Veda identified with Brahman Pañcar.
⋙ śabdabhāj
○bhāj mfn. (ifc.) bearing the title of. Ragh.
⋙ śabdabhid
○bhid f. perversion of words BhP.
⋙ śabdabhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa n. N. of a grammar and a Comm. on Pāṇini's Ashṭîdhyāyī
⋙ śabdabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. bearing only the name of anything BhP. (vḷ
• cf. śabda-pati)
⋙ śabdabheda
○bheda m. 'difference or distinction of sounds or words', N. of a glossary
-nirūpaṇa n. -nirdeśa m. N. of wks
-prakāśa m. N. of a glossary of nouns (which although identical in meaning differ more or less in their orthography
• it is usually appended to the Viśva-prakāśa and also called śab'ā-bheda-nāmamālā or śabd-prabheda-n○)
⋙ śabdabhedin
○bhedin mfn. = -vedhin L.
• m. an arrow L.
• N. of Arjuna L.
• the anus L.
⋙ śabdamañjarī
○mañjarī f. N. of a grammar by Nārāyaṇa
⋙ śabdamaṇiparicchedāloka
○maṇi-paricchedâloka
⋙ śabdamaṇivyākhyā
○maṇivyākhyā f. N. of a Commentary
⋙ śabdamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of sound or of sounds VPrāt. Hcar.
• sounding uttering, sounds Hariv.
• (ifc.) consisting or formed of a partic. word Ragh. xviii, 5
⋙ śabdamātra
○mātra n. sound only, a mere sound Pañcat.
⋙ śabdamālā
○mālā f. N. of a lexicon and a collection of paradigms of declension (accord. to the Kā-tantra grammar)
⋙ śabdamālikā
○mālikā f
⋙ śabdamīmāṃsā
○mīmāṃsā f. N. of wks
⋙ śabdamuktāmahārṇava
○muktāmahârṇava m. N. of a modern dictionary (compiled for Colebrooke by Tārā-maṇi, son of Rāmacandra)
⋙ śabdamūla
○mūla n. N. of a gram. wk
⋙ śabdayoni
○yoni m. the source cr origin of a word BhP.
• a radical word, √cf. L
⋙ śabdaratna
○ratna n. N. of a Comm. on the Prâuḍha-manoramā (q.v.) and of a lexicon
-mālā f. -samanvaya. m
○tnâkara m. ○tnâvalī f. N. of grammars and dictionaries
⋙ śabdarahasya
○rahasya n. N. of two phil. wks
⋙ śabdarahita
○rahita mfn. 'destitute of sound', noiseless VarBṛS.
⋙ śabdarāśi
○rāśi m. (in phil.) a collection of sounds or words or in fallible verbal teachings (said of the Veda)
• 'collection of sounds or letters', the alphabet
-mahêśvara m. 'great lord of the alphabet', N. of Śiva (as the revealer of grammar to Pāṇini) RTL. 84, 1 Cat.
⋙ śabdarūpa
○rūpa n. the nature or quality of a sound, a partic. sound Pañcat.
• the gram. form of a word Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 48
• N. of a gram. wk
• mf(ā)n. appearing in the form of a sound Pañcar.
-prakāśikā f. a collection of paradigms of declension (accord. to the Mugda-bodha grammar)
○pâvali f. N. of a gram. wk
⋙ śabdalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. and N. of wks
⋙ śabdalakṣaṇarahasya
○lakṣaṇa-rahasya n. N. of wks
⋙ śabdaliṅgārthacandrikā
○liṅgârthacandrikā f. 'elucidation of the gender and meaning of words', N. of a lexicon
⋙ śabdavajrā
○vajrā f. N. of a deity Kālac.
⋙ śabdavat
○vat mfn. uttering sounds, sounding, noisy Nir. Hariv.
• crackling (as flame) VarBṛS.
• endowed with sound (as wind) BhP.
• (at), ind. noisily MBh. MārkP.
⋙ śabdavādārtha
○vādârtha m. N. of wk. on the Nyāya by Raghu-nātha
⋙ śabdavāridhi
○vāridhi m. 'ocean of words', a vocabulary Cat.
⋙ śabdavidyā
○vidyā f. 'science of sounds or words', grammar, philology Daś. Śiś.
-śāstra n. id. Buddh.
○dyôpâdhyāya m. a teacher of grammar Rājat.
⋙ śabdavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of a gram. wk
⋙ śabdavirodha
○virodha m. contradiction in words (not in sense), seeming contradiction Mālav. Sch.
⋙ śabdaviśeṣa
○viśeṣa m. difference or variety of sound
• pl. the varieties of sound (these the Sāṃkhya arranges accord. to the accents, udātta, an-udātta, svarita, and the notes of the gamut, ṣaḍ-ja, ṛṣabha, gāndhāra, madhyama, pañcama, daivata, niṣāda &c., qq. vv.) MW.
⋙ śabdaviśeṣaṇa
○viśeṣaṇa n. (in gram.) the attribute of a word, an adjective ib.
⋙ śabdavṛtti
○vṛtti f. (in rhet.) the function of a word ib.
⋙ śabdavedha
○vedha mfn. = vedhin (applied to an arrow) Pañcad.
• m. the act of shooting at or hitting an invisible object the sound of which is only heard MBh. R. Divyâv.
⋙ śabdavedhin
○vedhin mfn. 'sound-piercing', hitting an unseen (but heard) object Nir. R. (○dhi-tva n. MBh. R.)
• N. of Arjuna L.
• of king Daśa-ratha MW.
⋙ śabdavedhya
○vedhya mfn. to be shot at without being seen (cf. prec.) R.
• n. = -vedha m. ib.
⋙ śabdavailakṣaṇya
○vailakṣaṇya n. difference in word, verbal difference (as opp. to artha-v○, difference of meaning) MW.
⋙ śabdavyāpāravicāra
○vyāpāravicāra m. N. of wk. on Alaṃkāra by Rājânaka Mammaṭa
⋙ śabdaśakti
○śakti f. the force or signification of a word Kpr. Pratāp.
-prakāśikā f. N. of a Nyāya wk
-prabodhinī f. N. of a Comm. on it
⋙ śabdaśabdārthamañjūṣā
○śabdârtha-mañjūṣā f. 'collection of words and their meanings', N. of a lexicon
⋙ śabdaśāsana
○śāsana n. 'science of sounds or words', grammar
-vid mfn. versed in grammar Śiś.
⋙ śabdaśāstra
○śāstra n. = -śāsana Vcar. (also N. of a partic. grammar)
⋙ śabdaśuddhi
○śuddhi f. 'purity of language', N. of the 5th ch. of Vāmana's Kāvyâlaṃkāra-vṛitti [Page 1053, Column 2]
⋙ śabdaśeṣa
○śeṣa mfn. having only the name remaining Kāvyâd. (cf. prabhu-śabda-ś○)
⋙ śabdaśobhā
○śobhā f. N. of a grammar
⋙ śabdaśleṣa
○śleṣa m. a verbal quibble, pun (opp. to artha-ś○) Śiś. Sch.
⋙ śabdasaṃkīrṇanirūpaṇa
○saṃkīrṇa-nirūpaṇa n
⋙ śabdasaṃgrahanighaṇṭu
○saṃgraha-nighaṇṭu m
⋙ śabdasaṃcaya
○saṃcaya (cf. śabdâmbhodhi), m. N. of wks
⋙ śabdasaṃjña
○saṃjña mfn. bearing the name of (comp.) BhP.
⋙ śabdasaṃjñā
○saṃjñā f. (in gram.) a technical term Pāṇ. 1-1, 68
⋙ śabdasadrūpasaṃgraha
○sadrūpa-saṃgráha m. N. of a Nyāya wk
⋙ śabdasaṃdarbhasindhu
○saṃdarbha-sindhu m. (cf. śadârnavâbhidhāna) N. of a lexicon (compiled for Sir W. Jones by Kāśīnātha Bhaṭṭâcārya)
⋙ śabdasambhava
○sambhava m. the source or origin of sound (applied to air or the wind) Hariv.
⋙ śabdasāgara
○sāgara m. 'sea of words', N. of Comm. on the Siddhânta-kaumudī
⋙ śabdasādhana
○sādhana mfn. hitting a mere sound (i.e. hitting an object perceived only by the ear
• cf. śabda-vedhin) MBh.
⋙ śabdasādhyaprayoga
○sādhya-prayoga m. N. of a grammar by Rāma-nātha Cakra vartin
⋙ śabdasāra
○sāra m. N. of a grammar by Yatîśa
-nighaṇṭu m. N. of a dictionary
⋙ śabdasāha
○sāha mfn. -sādhana MBh.
⋙ śabdasiddhāntamañjarī
○siddhânta-mañjarī f. N. of a gram. wk
⋙ śabdasiddhi
○siddhi f. 'correct formation or use of words', N. of various wks
-nibandha m. N. of a modern school-book
⋙ śabdasaukarya
○saukarya n. facility of expression A.
⋙ śabdasauṣṭhava
○sauṣṭhava n. elegance of words, a graceful style ib.
⋙ śabdastomamāhānidhi
○stoma-mâhānidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ śabdasparśarasa
○sparśa-rasa m. pl. sound and touch and taste R.
⋙ śabdasphoṭa
○sphoṭa m. the crackling (of fire) Kām.
⋙ śabdasmṛti
○smṛti f. science of words, grammar, philology Vām. iii, 1, 4
⋙ śabdasvātantryavāda
○svātantrya-vāda m. N. of a Nyāya wk
⋙ śabdahīna
○hīna n. the use of a word in a form or meaning not sanctioned by standard authors Kāvyâd. (cf. śabda-cyuta)
⋙ śabdākara
śabdâkara m. 'wordmine', N. of a grammar
⋙ śabdākṣara
śabdâkṣara n. the sacred syllable Om uttered aloud or audibly AmṛitabUp.
⋙ śabdākhyeya
śabdâkhyeya mfn. that which may be said aloud Megh.
⋙ śabdāḍambara
śabdâḍambara m. high-sounding words, verbosity, bombast Sāh.
⋙ śabdātita
śabdâtita mfn. beyond the reach of sound (applied to the Supreme) MW.
⋙ śabdādi
śabdâdi m. (scil. viṣaya, q.v.) the objects of sense beginning with sound W.
-dharmin (cf. ib.), -mat (Śarpk.), mfn. having the quality of sound &c
⋙ śabdādhikāra
śabdâdhikāra m. N. of a gram. wk
⋙ śabdādhiṣṭhāna
śabdâdhiṣṭhāna 'sound-receptacle', the ear L.
⋙ śabdādhyāhāra
śabdâdhyāhāra m. the supplying of a word (to complete an ellipsis) MW.
⋙ śabdānantasāgarasamuccaya
śabdânanta-sāgarasamuccaya m
⋙ śabdānityatārahasya
śabdânityatā-rahasya n. N. of wks
⋙ śabdānukaraṇa
śabdânukaraṇa mfn. imitating sounds Nir.
⋙ śabdānukṛti
śabdânukṛti f. imitation of sounds, onomatopoeia ib.
⋙ śabdānurūpa
śabdânurūpa n. conformity to or imitation of sound W.
⋙ śabdānuviddhasamādhipañcaka
śabdânuviddha-samādhipañcaka n. N. of a Yoga wk
⋙ śabdānuśāsana
śabdânuśāsana n. 'word-instruction or explanation', N. of Pāṇini's grammar and similar wks. (by Śakaṭsyana, Hemacandra &c.)
-durga-padâvali f. -sūtra-pāṭha m. N. of wks
⋙ śabdānuśiṣṭi
śabdânuśiṣṭi f. teaching of words or sounds, grammatical knowledge Sarvad.
⋙ śabdānusāra
śabdânusāra m. following a sound
• (eṇā), ind. in the direction of a sound Śak.
⋙ śabdāntarapāda
śabdântara-pāda m
⋙ śabdāprāmāṇyarahasya
śabdâprāmāṇya-rahasya n. N. of wks
⋙ śabdābdhi
śabdâbdhi m. 'ocean of words', N. of a lexicon (compiled by order of Prâṇa-kṛishṇa)
-tari f.' boat on the ocean of words', a glossary (of words formed by Uṇādi suffixes, by Rāma-govinda)
⋙ śabdābhivaha
śabdâbhivaha mf(ā)n. conducting sound (as the auditory passage) Suśr.
⋙ śabdāmbhodhi
śabdâmbhodhi m. (also called śabda-saṃcaya) 'word-ocean', N. of wk. on declension by a Jain author
⋙ śabdārṇava
śabdârṇava m. 'id.', N. of a grammar and a lexicon
-candrikā f. N. of Comm.
-vācaspati m. N. of a poet Cat.
-sudhā-nidhi m. N. of a grammar
○vâbhidhāna n. N. of a lexicon (= śabda-saṃdarbha-sindhu)
⋙ śabdārtha
śabdârtha m. (du.) sound (or word) and sense Sāh. (cf. artha-śabdau g. rāja-dantâdi)
• the nature or meaning of sounds VPrāt.
• the meaning of a word ( śabdaśabdârtha-mañjūṣā)
• sense or meaning of oral tradition (as a source of knowledge
comp.)
-kalpataru m. N. of a lexicon
-garbha-vat mfn. containing (virtually) sound and meaning RāmatUp.
-candrikā f. (○kôddhāra, m.), -cintāmaṇi m. -tarkâmṛta n. -nirvocana n. (○na-khaṇḍaṇa n.), -mañjarī f. -ratna n. -ratnâkara m. -ratnâvalī f. -rahasya n. -samáīpikā f. -sāra-mañjarī f. N. of wks
○thârambhaṇa mfn. beginning with the meaning or force of oral tradition Āpast.
• N. of a ch. of the Tattva-cintāmaṇy-āloka. [Page 1053, Column 3]
⋙ śabdālaṃkāra
śabdâlaṃkāra m. embellishment of the sound (of a sentence by rhyme. alliteration &c., as opp. to arthâl○, q.v.), a figure of speech depending for its pleasingness on sound or words (such as the yamaka and anuprâsa, qq. vv.)
-mañjarī f. N. of wk
-vicāra m. N. of a ch. of Vāmana's Kāvyâlaṃkaravṛitti
⋙ śabdāloka
śabdâloka m. N. of wk
-rahasya n. -viveka, m
○kôddyota m. N. of Comms
⋙ śabdāvali
śabdâvali f. a collection of paradigms of declension (belonging to the Kā-tantra grammar)
⋙ śabdāvaloka
śabdâvaloka m. N. of wk
⋙ śabdenduśekhara
śabdêndu-śekhara m. (with bṛhat) N. of a Comm. on Nāgoji-bhaṭṭa's Siddhânta-kaumudi
• (with laghu) an abridgment of the prec. wk. by the same
-doṣôddhāra m. N. of an index of the errors in the same wk
⋙ śabdendrīya
śabdêndrīya n. 'sound-organ, the ear' Suśr.
⋙ śabdotpatti
śabdôtpatti f. production or origin of sound TPrāt.
⋙ śabdodadhi
śabdôdadhi m. ocean or treasury of words Cat.
≫ śabdaka
śabdaka m. = śabda, a sound AgP.
≫ śabdana
śabdana mfn. sounding, sonorous Pāṇ. 3-2, 148 Sch.
• n. sounding, a sound, noise W.
• (ifc.) speaking, talking about Cat.
≫ śabdanīya
śabdanīya mfn. to be invoked Sāy.
≫ śabdāya
śabdāya (cf. √śabd), Nom. Ā. ○yate (Pāṇ. 3-1, 17
• exceptionally also ○yati), to make a sound (acc.), cry, yell, bray Nir. MBh. &c.: Caus. śabdāyayati, to cause a sound to be made by (instr.) Pāṇ. 1-4, 52 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
• to cause any one (acc.) to, cry by (instr.) Vop. v, 5
≫ śabdāla
śabdāla mfn. sonorous L.
≫ śabdita
śabdita mfn. sounded, cried, uttered &c
• invoked (as deity) Śiś.
• communicated, imparted, taught BhP.
• called, named MBh. Hariv. &c
• n. noise, cry, the braying (of an ass) Pañcat.
≫ śabdin
śabdín mfn. sounding, noisy AV.
• (ifc.) resounding with Hariv. (vḷ. -nādin)
śam 1
śam cl. 4. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 92), śā́myati (rarely ○te, and ep. also śanati, ○te
• Ved. śamyati, śimyati, and cl. 9. śamnāti [Naigh. ii, 9], śamnīṣe, śamnīthās Impv. śamnīṣva, śamīṣva, śamiṣva, śamīdhvam
• pf. śaśāma, śemuḥ Br. &c
śaśamé Subj. śaśámate RV.
• p. śaśamāná q.v.
• aor. áśamiṣṭhās RV.
aśamat Br. [pres.]
• Prec. śamyāt Gr
• fut. śamiśā, śamiṣyati ib.
• ind. p. śamitvā, śāntvā, [z˘Amam] ib.), to toil at, fatigue or exert one's self (esp. in performing ritual acts) RV. TBr.
• to prepare, arrange VS.
• to become tired, finish, stop, come to an end, rest, be quiet or calm or satisfied or contented TS. ŚBr. &c
• to cease, be allayed or extinguished MBh. Kāv. &c
• cl. 9. (cf. above) to put an end to, hurt, injure, destroy Kāṭh.: Pass. śamyate (aor. aśami) Pāṇ. 7-3, 34: Caus. śamáyati (m. c. also śāmayati
• aor. aśīśamat
• Pass. śāmyate), to appease, allay, alleviate, pacify, calm, soothe, settle RV. &c. &c
• to put to an end or to death, kill, slay, destroy, remove, extinguish. sup. press TS. &c. &c
• to leave off, desist MBh.
• to conquer, subdue Kālid. Bhaṭṭ.: Desid. śiśamiṣati Gr.: Intens. śaṃśamīti (cf. Bālar.), śaṃśamyate, śaṃśanti (Gr.), to be entirely appeased or extinguished (pf. śaṃśamāṃ cakruḥ Bhaṭṭ.). [Cf. Gk. ?], [1053, 3]
≫ śama
śama m. tranquillity, calmness, rest, equanimity, quietude or quietism, absence of passion, abstraction from eternal objects through intense meditation (śamaṃkṛ, 'to calm one's self', be tranquil') Mn. MBh. &c
• peace, peace with (sârdham) MBh.
• Quietism or Tranquillity (personified as a son of Dharma and husband of Prâpti) MBh.
• tranquillization, pacification, allayment, alleviation, cessation, extinction MBh. Kāv. &c
• absence of sexual passion or excitement, impotence TāṇḍBr.
• alleviation or cure of disease, convalescence W.
• final happiness, emancipation from all the illusions of existence L.
• indifference, apathy Rājat.
• the hand (cf. śaya) L.
• imprecation, malediction (wṛ. for śapa) L.
• N. of a king of the Nandi-vegas MBh.
• of a son of Andhaka Hariv.
• of a son of Dharma-sūtra BhP.
• (ā), f. N. of a divine female, PārGṭ
• (śáma), mfn. tame, domestic RV. i, 32, 15 ; 33, 15
⋙ śamakṛt
○kṛt mfn. devoted to quietism L.
⋙ śamagir
○gir f. a tranquillizing word or speech Prab.
⋙ śamanīcamedhra
○nīca-medhra m. one whose generative organ hangs down from absence of passion or impotence TāṇḍBr.
⋙ śamapara
○para mfn. devoted to quiet, tranquil VarBṛS.
⋙ śamapradhāna
○pradhāna mfn. id. Śak.
⋙ śamaprāpta
○prâpta mfn. one who has attained, quiet Vedântas.
⋙ śamavat
○vat mfn. tranquil, peaceful Śiś. Veṇis. [Page 1054, Column 1]
⋙ śamavyasanin
○vyasanin mfn. dissolute from indifference Rājat.
⋙ śamaśama
○śama mfn. enjoying perpetual tranquillity (as Śiva) MBh.
⋙ śamasukha
○sukha n. the joy or happiness of trṭtranquillity Bhartṛ.
⋙ śamasudhā
○sudhā f. the nectar of trṭtranquillity ib.
⋙ śamasetupradīpa
○setu-pradīpa m. N. of wk
⋙ śamasaukhya
○saukhya n. = -sukha, Śāntiś
⋙ śamastha
○stha mfn. engaged in quietism MW.
⋙ śamasthalī
○sthalī f. = antarvedī Gal.
⋙ śamāgāsa
śamāgāsa (?) and N. of two places Rājat.
⋙ śamāṅga
śamâṅga N. of two places Rājat.
⋙ śainātmaka
śainâtmaka mfn. calm or tranquil by nature R.
⋙ śamāntaka
śamântaka m. 'destroyer of tranquillity', N. of Kāma-deva (god of love) L.
⋙ śamānvita
śamânvita mfn. devoted to quietism MuṇḍUp.
⋙ śamopanyāsa
śamôpanyāsa m. overtures of peace Veṇis.
≫ śamaka
śamaka mfn. (fr. Caus.) pacifying, a pacifier, peace-maker Pāṇ. 7-3, 34 Sch.
• (ā), f. a kind of creeper (found in Nanda-pura) Kauś.
≫ śamaṭha
śamaṭha m. (cf. Uṇ. i, 102 Sch.) N. of a Brahman MBh.
≫ śamatha
śamatha m. quiet, tranquillity, absence of passion Lalit.
• a counsellor, minister L.
⋙ śamathavipaśyanāvihārin
○vipaśyanā-vihārin m. 'enjoying quietude and right knowledge', N. of Buddha Divyâv.
⋙ śamathasambhāra
○sambhāra m. (with Buddhists) quietude as one of the equipments (one of the 4 Sambhāras, q.v.) Dharmas. 117
≫ śamana
śamana mf(i) n. calming, tranquillizing, soothing, allaying, extinguishing, destroying KātyŚr. MBh. &c
• m. 'settler, destroyer, N. of Yama Daś.
• a kind of antelope L.
• a kind of pea L.
• (ī), f. below
• n. the act of calming, appeasing, allaying, tranquillization, pacification, extinction, destruction Kauś. MBh. &c. killing, slaying, immolation Kauś.
• chewing, swallowing L.
• a mode of sipping water (prob. for camana) MW.
• malediction, reviling (wṛ. for śapana) W.
⋙ śamanavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of the 46th Pariś. of the AV.
⋙ śamanaśvasṛ
○śvasṛ f. 'Yama's sister', the river Yamunā or Jumnā L.
≫ śamanī
śamanī f. the calming one', night L.
⋙ śamanīpāra
○pāra m. (prob.) a partic. mode of reciting the Ṛig-veda Pat. on Pāṇ. 3-2, 1, Vartt. i
⋙ śamanīṣada
○ṣada m. nightgoer', a Rākshasa, evil spirit, demon L.
≫ śamanīya
śamanīya mfn. to be tranquillized, consolable MW.
• serving for tranquillization, soothing Suśr.
• n. a sedative ib. Sāh.
≫ śamayitṛ
śamayitṛ m. (fr. Caus.) an alleviator, tranquillizer Kauś. (śámayitṛkā f. MaitrS.)
• an extinguisher, destroyer, killer, slayer Nir. Ragh.
≫ śamala
śámala n. (cf. Uṇ. i, iii) impurity, sin, blemish, fault, harm AV. TS. Kāṭh. Kauś. BhP.
• feces, ordure L.
⋙ śamalagṛhīta
○gṛhīta m. affected with a taint AitBr.
≫ śamāya
śamāya Nom. Ā. ○yáte, to fatigue or exert one's self. RV.
• to set at rest, put to death, kill, slay MaitrS. Āpast.
• (P.) to strive after mental calm TUp.
≫ śamāha
śamāha m. a quiet place, hermitage L.
≫ śami
śámi n. labour, toil, work, effort RV. AV.
• f. a legume, pod (vḷ. śimi) L.
• the Śamī tree ( below)
• m. N. of a son of Andhaka Hariv.
• of a son of Uśinara BhP.
⋙ śamiroha
○roha m. 'ascending the Śamī tree', N. of Śiva L.
⋙ śamiṣṭhala
○ṣṭhala n. Pāṇ. 8-3, 96
≫ śamika
śamika m. N. of a man, g. bidâdi
≫ śamita
śamitá mfn. (cf. śānta) prepared, ready (as an oblation) VS.
• (fr. Caus.) appeased, allayed &c
• kept in order, cut (as nails) Megh. 89 (v. l.)
• destroyed, killed Ragh.
• relieved, cured W.
• relaxed, intermitted ib.
• m. N. of a Sthavira of the Jainas HPariś.
• (ā), f. rice-powder L.
⋙ śamitaruci
○ruci mfn. whose lustre is moderated or dimmed MW.
⋙ śamitāyāma
śamitâyāma mfn. having the length diminished ib.
≫ śamitavya
śamitavya mfn. to be appeased MW.
≫ śamitṛ
śámitṛ mfn. one who keeps his mind calm, Raj
• (○tṛ́), m. a killer, slaughterer, cutter up (of a slaughtered victim), preparer, dresser RV. Br. MBh.
≫ śamin
śamin mfn. tranquil, pacific, incapable of any emotion Kāv. Rājat. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 141
• compar. of f. śaminī-tarā or śamini-tarā Pat.)
• m. N. of a son of Rājâdhideva Hariv.
• of a son of Sūra VP.
• of a son of Andhaka ib.
≫ śamira
śamira m. (cf. śamīra) a small variety of the Śamī tree L.
≫ śamiṣṭha
śamiṣṭha mfn. most active, busiest (applied to the Ṛibhus) ŚākhŚr.
≫ śamī
śámī f. (cf. śámi) effort, labour, toil RV. VS.
• (śamī́) the Śamī tree, Prosopis Spicigera or (accord. to others) Mimosa Suma (possessing a very tough hard wood supposed to contain fire, cf. Mn. viii, 247 Ragh. iii, 9
• it was employed to kindle the sacred fire, and a legend relates that Purū-ravas generated primeval fire by the friction of two branches of the Samī and Aśvattha trees) AV. &c. [Page 1054, Column 2]
• a legume, pod (cf. -jāti)
• a partic. measure ( catuh-ś○) = valgulī or vāgnji L.
⋙ śamīkuṇa
○kuṇa m. the time when the Sami tree bears fruit Pāṇ. 5-2, 24
⋙ śamīgarbha
○garbhá m. born in the Sami', the Aśvattha tree or Ficus Religiosa (which strikes √in the fissures of other trees) Br. ŚrS. MBh. &c
• fire (supposed to be contained in the Sami) Hariv.
• a Brāhman L.
⋙ śamījāta
○jāta mfn. produced in a Śamī tree (cf. prec.) Hariv.
⋙ śamījāti
○jāti f. a kind. of legume or pod VarBṛS.
⋙ śamīdṛṣada
○dṛṣada n. sg. a Śamī tree and a mill-stone Laghuk.
⋙ śamītaru
○taru n. the Śamī tree Śak. i, 17 (vḷ. for -latā)
⋙ śamīdhānya
○dhānya n. Śamī grain (one of the 5 classes of grain
• but often= any pulse or grain growing in pods) ŚBr. Car.
⋙ śamīnivātam
○nivātam ind. so as to be protected from the wind by a Śamī tree Pāṇ. 6-2, 8 Kāś.
⋙ śamīpattra
○pattra n. or 'having Śamī leaves', a kind of sensitive plant, Mimosa Pudica L.
⋙ śamīpattrī
○pattrī f. 'having Śamī leaves', a kind of sensitive plant, Mimosa Pudica L.
⋙ śamīparṇa
○parṇá n. a leaf of the Śamī tree TBr.
⋙ śamīpujāvidhi
○pujā-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ śamīprastha
○prastha n. g. karky-ādi
⋙ śamīphalā
○phalā f. a sensitive plant (prob. = -pattrā) L.
⋙ śamīmandāramāhātmya
○mandāra-māhātmya n. 'glorification of the Śamī and Mandāra trees', N. of ch. of the GaṇP.
⋙ śamīmaya
○máya mf(ī)n. consisting or made of Śamī wood TS. Br. GṛŚrS.
⋙ śamīlatā
○latā f. a branch of the Śamī tree Śak. i, 17
⋙ śamīlūna
○lūna mfn. one (whose hair is) cut with (an instrument made of) Sami wood Kauś.
⋙ śamīvat
○vat mfn. N. of a man (cf. śāmīvata)
⋙ śamīvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. = -taru Pañcat.
⋙ śamyoṣa
śamyoṣa m. the grains or seed of a legume or pod Āpast.
≫ śamīka
śamīka m. N. of various men (esp. of a Muni, son of Sūra and brother of Vasu-deva) VP.
≫ śamīra
śamīra m.= śamira Pāṇ. 5-3, 88
≫ śamya
śamya mfn. to be appeased or kept quiet &c. MW.
• = rūkṣa TS. Sch.
• m. a partic. personification SāmavBr.
• (ā), f. next
≫ śamyā
śámyā f. a stick, staff, (esp.) a wooden pin or peg, wedge &c. RV. AV. Br. GṛŚrS.
• the pin of a yoke ( yuga-ś○)
• a partic. instrument used in the treatment of hemorrhoids Vāgbh.
• a sacrificial vessel W.
• a kind of cymbal or other musical instrument (= tāla-viśeṣa) MW.
• a partic. measure of length = 36 Aṅgulas VarBṛ. (or = 32 Aṅgulas KātyŚr. Sch.
• cf. -kṣepa, -nipâta &c. below)
• du. (dhuroḥ śamye) N. of two Śāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ śamyākṣepa
○kṣepa m. the cast of a staff, distance that a staff can be thrown MBh.
⋙ śamyāgarta
○garta m. n. a hole for the Śamyā ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ śamyāgrāha
○grāha m. (prob.) one who plays the cymbals R.
⋙ śamyātāla
○tāla m. a kind of cymbal MBh. Car.
⋙ śamyānipāta
○nipāta (cf. MBh.),
⋙ śamyāparāvyādha
○parāvyādhá (cf. ŚBr.),
⋙ śamyāparāsa
○parâsa (cf. ĀpŚr.), m. = -kṣepa
⋙ śamyāparāsin
○parâsin mfn. measuring the distance of the cast of a Śamyā PañcavBr.
⋙ śamyāpāta
○pāta m. (cf. MBh.),
⋙ śamyāprāsa
○prâsa m. (cf. Āpast.),
⋙ śamyāprasana
○prásana n. (Lāty.) = -kṣepa above
⋙ śamyāmātra
○mātrá mfn. having the measure of a Śamyā TBr.
śam 2
śám ind. (g. câdi and svar-ādi) auspiciously, fortunately, happily, well (frequently used in the Veda, rarely in later language ; often to be translated by a subst., esp. in the frequent phrase śáṃ yóḥ or śáṃ ca yóś ca, 'happiness and welfare', sometimes joined with the verbs bhū, as, kṛ, dāvah, , sometimes occurring without any verb ; with dat. or gen. [cf. Pāṇ. 2-3, 73 Sch.] ; in some cases corresponding to an adj., e.g. śaṃ tad asmai, that is pleasant to him) RV. &c. &c
⋙ śampāka
○pāka m. Cathartocarpus Fistula MBh. Suśr. &c. (perhaps wṛ. for śamyāka, cf. śamyā)
• N. of a Brāhman MBh.
• (only L.) = vipāka and yāvaka (v. l. viyāta and yācaka)
• = tarkaka and dhṛṣṭa
⋙ śampāta
○pāta m. Cassia Fistula MW.
⋙ śambhara
○bhara m. N. of a man (cf. śāmbhara)
⋙ śambhava
○bhavá mfn. = śambhu VS.
• m. (with Jainas) N. of the third Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī L.
⋙ śambhaviṣṭha
○bhaviṣṭha (śáṃ-), mfn. superl. of śambhu
⋙ śambhu
○bhu śambhu, p. 1055
⋙ śammad
○mad N. of an Āṅgirasa PañcavBr. (cf. śāmmada)
≫ śaṃ
śaṃ in comp. for 2. śam
⋙ śaṃyu
○yu śaṃyú, col. 3
⋙ śaṃyuvāka
○yu-vāka m. a sacred formula containing the words sáṃyóḥ ( = next) ĀśvŚr. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 29 Vārtt. 1 Pat.)
⋙ śaṃyorvāka
○yor-vāká m. the sacred formula beginning with the words tác cháṃ-yór ā vṛṇīmahe Br. ŚrS.
⋙ śaṃyos
○yós ind.= śaṃ yos ( under 2. śam) VS.
• = śaṃ-yor-vāká Br. KātyŚrS.
⋙ śaṃyvānta
○yv-ânta mf(ā)n. ending with the formula śaṃyós Vait.
⋙ śaṃvat
○vat (śáṃ-), mfn. auspicious, prosperous ŚBr.
• containing the word śam Cat.
⋙ śaṃvada
○vada m. Pāṇ. 3-2, 14 Sch.
⋙ śaṃstha
○stha or mfn. being in prosperity, happy, prosperous Pāṇ. 3-2, 77 Sch. [Page 1054, Column 3]
⋙ śaṃsthā
○sthā mfn. being in prosperity, happy, prosperous Pāṇ. 3-2, 77 Sch. [Page 1054, Column 3]
⋙ śaṃkara
○kará below
⋙ śaṃkṛt
○kṛt (śáṃ-), mfn. causing prosperity, beneficent TĀr.
⋙ śaṃga
○gá mfn. vḷ. for -gú TS.
⋙ śaṃgaya
○gayá mf(gáyī)n. blessing the household RV. ĀśvŚr.
⋙ śaṃgarā
○garā f. = śaṃkarā Pat.
⋙ śaṃgavī
○gavī (śáṃ-), f. blessing cattle ŚBr.
⋙ śaṃgu
○gú mfn. id. VS.
• (gender doubtful) a kind of plant Pañcar.
⋙ śaṃtanu
○tanu (śáṃ-), mfn. wholesome for the body or the person (-tvá n.) TS.
• m. (also written śāṃtanu) N. of an ancient king with the patr. Kauravya (he was fourteenth descendant of Kuru, son of Pratīpa and younger brother of Devāpi, and usurped the sovereignty whilst the latter became a hermit
• he married Gaṅgā and Śatya-vati
• by the former he had a son named Bhīshma, and by the latter Citrâṅgada and Vicitravirya, cf. IW. 375) RV. MBh. Hariv. &c
• (with cakra-vartin) N. of an author (son of Uddharaṇa, of the Tomara race) Cat.
-tanūja m. 'son of Śaṃtanu', N. of Bhīshma, Śis. xv, 20
⋙ śaṃtama
○tama (śâṃ-), mfn. most beneficent or wholesome or salutary RV. AV. VS. BhP.
⋙ śaṃtāti
○tāti (śáṃ-), mfn. beneficent, auspicious RV.
• f. pl. benefits ib.
-sū7kaṭāni catvāri, N. of four hymns attributed to Śaunaka Cat.
○tīya n. N. of the hymn RV. vii, 35 GṛŚrS.
⋙ śaṃtva
○tvá n. beneficialness, auspiciousness TS. TBr. Kāṭh.
⋙ śaṃnodevī
○no-devī f. N. of the verse RV. x, 9, 4 Yājñ.
○viiya m. (scil. anuvāka) N. of AV. i, 6 Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-3, 2 Vārtt. 1
≫ śaṃya
śaṃya mfn. Pāṇ. 5-2, 138
≫ śaṃyu
śaṃyú mfn. benevolent, beneficent RV. TS.
• happy, fortunate Bhaṭṭ.
• N. of a son of Bṛihas-pati TS. Br. MBh.
⋙ śaṃyudhāyas
○dhāyas (śaṃyú-), mfn. beneficent, refreshing TĀr.
≫ śaṃva
śaṃva śamba, p. 1055, col. 2
≫ śaṃkara
śaṃkará mf(ī)n. causing prosperity, auspicious, beneficent Nir. MBh. BhP.
• m. N. of Rudra or Śiva VS. ĀśvGṛ. MBh. &c
• of a son of Kaśyapa and Danu VP.
• of Skanda AV.Pariś
• of a serpentdemon L.
• of a Cakra-vartin L.
• N. of various authors and commentators, (esp.) of Śaṃkarâcārya ( next page, col. 1
• also with bhaṭṭa, paṇḍita, śarman, rājânaka, &c.)
• (ā), f. (cf. śaṃ-garā under śaṃ above) = śakunikā, PIṇ. iii, 2, 14 Vārtt.i Pat.
• N. of a female ib.
• a partic. Rāga or musical mode MW.
• (ī), f. p. 1055
⋙ śaṃkarakathā
○kathā f. N. of wk
⋙ śaṃkarakavaca
○kavaca f. N. of a Kavaca
⋙ śaṃkarakavi
○kavi m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śaṃkarakiṃkara
○kiṃkara m. a servant or worshipper of Śiva (○ri-bhava, m. the being or becoming a w of ŚṭŚiva) Siṃhâs.
• N. of an author Sarvad.
⋙ śaṃkarakroḍa
○kroḍa m. N. of a Nyāya Commentary
⋙ śaṃkaragaṇa
○gaṇa m. N. of a poet Subh.
⋙ śaṃkaragiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain Daś.
⋙ śaṃkaragītā
○gītā f. N. of wk. Hcat.
⋙ śaṃkaragaurtśa
○gaurtśa m. N. of a temple Rājat.
⋙ śaṃkaracaritra
○caritra n. N. of wk.,
⋙ śaṃkaracetovilāsa
○cetovilāsa m. 'the play of Śarnkara's wit', N. of an artificial poem by Śaṃkara-dikshita (celebrating the glories of Vārāṇasī, esp. of its kings Yavanâri and Ceta-siṃha or Chet Singh)
⋙ śaṃkarajaya
○jaya saṃkṣepá. śaṃkara-jaya
⋙ śaṃkarajit
○jit m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ śaṃkarajī
○jī m. N. of an author ib.
⋙ śaṃkarajīka
○jīka m. N. of a scribe MW.
⋙ śaṃkaratīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of ch. of the ŚivaP.
⋙ śaṃkaradatta
○datta m
⋙ śaṃkaradayālu
○dayālu m. and N. of authors Cat.
⋙ śaṃkaradāsa
○dāsa m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ śaṃkaradigvijaya
○dig-vijaya m. 'Śaṃkara's victory over every quarter (of the world)', N. of a fanciful account of the controversial exploits of Śaṃkarâcarya (q.v.) by Mādhavâcārya (also called saṃkṣepa-saṃkarajaya)
• = śaṃkara-vijaya below
-ḍiṇḍima and -sāra m. N. of wks
⋙ śaṃkaradīkṣita
○dīkṣita m. N. of a writer of the last century (son of Dīkshita Bāla-kṛishṇa
• author of the Gaṅgâvatāra-campū-prabandha, Pradyumna-vijaya, and, Śaṃkara-ceto-vilāsa)
⋙ śaṃkaradeva
○deva m. N. of a form of Śiva Cat.
• of a king and a poet ib.
⋙ śaṃkaradhara
○dhara m. N. of a poet ib.
⋙ śaṃkaranārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa m. Vishṇu-Śiva ( = hari-hara) RTL. 65
-māhātmya n. ○ṇâṣṭôttara-śata n. N. of wks
⋙ śaṃkarapati
○pati mṆ. of a man Buddh.
⋙ śaṃkarapattra
○pattra n
⋙ śaṃkarapādabhūṣaṇa
○pāda-bhūṣaṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ śaṃkarapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. a white Calotropis L. (cf. śarkarā-p○)
⋙ śaṃkaraprādurbhāva
○prādur-bhāva m. N. of wk
⋙ śaṃkarapriya
○priya m. 'dear to Śaṃkara', the Francoline partridge (= tittiri) L.
• (ā), f. Śiva's wife Kathās.
⋙ śaṃkarabindu
○bindu m
⋙ śaṃkarabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ śaṃkarabhaṭṭī
○bhaṭṭī f
⋙ śaṃkarabhaṭṭīya
○bhaṭṭīya n. N. of wks. (or of one wk.)
⋙ śaṃkarabhāratītīrtha
○bhāratī-tīrtha m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ śaṃkarabhāṣyanyāyasaṃgraha
○bhāṣya-nyāya-saṃgraha m
⋙ śaṃkaramandārasaurabha
○mandārasaurabha n. N. of wks
⋙ śaṃkaramiśra
○miśra m. N. of various authors (esp. of a poet and a philosopher, son of Bhava-nātha
cf. IW. 62, 68) Cat.
⋙ śaṃkararkṣa
○rkṣa (for -ṛkṣa)', m. N. of the Nakshatra Ārdrā (presided over by Siva) L.
⋙ śaṃkaralāla
○lāla m. N. of the patron of Kshemendra (son of Bhū-dhara) Cat.
⋙ śaṃkaravardhana
○vardhana m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ śaṃkaravarman
○varman m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śaṃkaravijaya
○vijaya m. 'Samkara's victory', N. of Ānanda-giri's biography of Śaṃkarâcārya (recording his controversial victories, as a Vedântin, over numerous heretics) [Page 1055, Column 1]
• of a fanciful life of Śṃkarâcārya (in the form of a dialogue between Cid-vilāsa and Vijñānakanda)
• of a poem by Vyāsa-giri (describing the adventures of Śiva)
-vilāsa m. N. of a poem
⋙ śaṃkaravilāsa
○vilāsa m. N. of ch. of the SkandaP. and of another wk. by Vidyâraṇya
-campū f. N. of a poem by Jagan-nātha
⋙ śaṃkaraśikṣā
○śikṣā f. N. of wk. on Vedic phonetics
⋙ śaṃkaraśukra
○śukra n. quicksilver Bhpr.
⋙ śaṃkaraśukla
○śukla m. N. of a learned man Cat.
⋙ śaṃkaraśvaśura
○śvaśura m. 'Śiva's father-in-law', N. of the mountain Hima-vat R.
⋙ śaṃkarasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f
⋙ śaṃkarasambhava
○sambhava m. N. of chs. of the SkandaP.
⋙ śaṃkarasiddhi
○siddhi m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ śaṃkarasena
○sena m. N. of a writer on medicine Cat.
⋙ śaṃkarastuti
○stuti f. N. of the 7th Adhyāya of MBh. x
⋙ śaṃkarastotra
○stotra n. N. of a Stotra by Bala-krishṇa
⋙ śaṃkarasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a Brāhman Kathās.
⋙ śaṃkarākhya
śaṃkarâkhya N. of two medical wks. by Rāma and Śakara
⋙ saṃkarācārya
saṃkarâcārya below
⋙ śaṃkarānanda
śaṃkarânanda m. N. of a philosopher (son of Vāñchêśa and Veṅkaṭâmbā, pupil of Ānandâtman and guru of Sāyaṇa
• author of the Ātma-purāṇa or Upanishad-ratna, containing the substance of a number of Upanishads in verse
• and of many Commentaries on Upanishads and similar wks.)
-tīrtha m. -nātha m. N. of authors
⋙ śaṃkarābharaṇa
śaṃkarâbharaṇa m. (in music) a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt.
⋙ śaṃkarābhyudaya
śaṃkarâbhyudaya m. N. of a poem by Rāmakṛishṇa
⋙ saṃkarālaya
saṃkarâlaya m. 'Śiva's abode', the mountain Kailāsa Cat.
⋙ śaṃkarāvāsa
śaṃkarâvāsa m. id. MW.
• a kind of camphor L.
⋙ śaṃkarāṣṭaka
śaṃkarâṣṭaka n. N. of wk. by Lakshmī-nārāyana
≫ śaṃkarācārya
śaṃkarâcārya m. N. of various teachers and authors, (esp.) of a celebrated teacher of the Vedânta philosophy and reviver of Brāhmanism (he is thought to have lived between AḌ. 788 and 820, but according to tradition he flourished 200 B.c., and was a native of Kerala or Malabar
• all accounts describe him as having led an erratic controversial life
• his leaming and sanctity were in such repute that he was held to have been an incarnation of Śiva, and to have worked various miracles
• he is said to have died at the age of thirty-two, and to have had four principal disciples, called Padma-pāda, Hastâmalaka, Sureśvara or Mandana, and Troṭaka
• another of his disciples, Ānanda-giri, wrote a history of his controversial exploits, called Śaṃkara-vijaya, q.v
• tradition makes him the founder of one of the principal Śaiva sects, the Daśa-nāmi-Daṇḍins or 'Ten-named Mendicants' RTL. 87
• he is the reputed author of a large number of original works, such as the Ātma-bodha, Ānanda-lahari, Jñāna -bodhinī, Maṇi-ratna-mālā, &c
• and commentaries on the Upanishads, and on the Brahma-mīmāṃsā or Vedānta-sūtra, Bhagavadgītā, and Mahā-bhārata, &c.) IW. 46 RTL. 53
-carita n. -vijaya-ḍiṇḍima (cf. śaṃkara-digvijaya-ḍ○)
○ryâvatāra-kathā f. ○ryôtpatti f. N. of wks
≫ śaṃkarī
śaṃkarī f. the wife of Śiva L.
• Rubia Munjista L.
• Prosopis Spicigera or Mimosa Suma ib.
-gīta n. -gīti f. N. of musical wks
⋙ saṃkarīya
saṃkarīya mfn. (fr. śaṃkara), g. utkarâdi
• n. N. of wk
≫ śanta
śanta
⋙ śanti
śanḍti
⋙ śantu
śanḍtu mfn. Pāṇ. 5-2, 138
≫ śantācī
śántācī (?), f. = śaṃ-tāti TBr. ĀpŚr.
≫ śantiva
śantivá mf(ā)n. beneficent, friendly, kind AV.
≫ śambha
śambha mfn. Pāṇ. 5-2, 138
≫ śambhu
śambhú mfn. being or existing for happiness or welfare, granting or causing happiness, beneficent, benevolent, helpful, kind RV. AV. Br. ŚrS.
• m. N. of Śiva MBh. Kāv. &c
• of Brahmā MBh. Hariv.
• of a partic. Agni MBh.
• of Vishṇu L.
• of a son of Vishṇu MBh.
• of Indra in the 10th Manvantara BhP.
• of one of the 11 Ruḍras MBh. Hariv. VP.
• of a king of the Daityas R.
• of an Arhat L.
• of a Siddha L.
• of a king MBh. (v. l. śanku)
• of a son of Śuka Hariv.
• of a son of Ambarīsha BhP.
• (also with bhaṭṭa) of various authors and other men Cat.
• a kind of Asclepias L.
• a kind of metre Col.
• f. N. of the wife of Dhruva Hariv. VP.
⋙ śambhukāntā
○kāntā f. 'Śiva's wife', N. of Durgā Kāv.
⋙ śambhugiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain
⋙ śambhumāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of ch. of the SkandaP.
⋙ śambhucandra
○candra m. N. of a Zamindār (who wrote the Vikrama-bhārata in the beginning of this century) Cat.
⋙ śambhutattvānusaṃdhāna
○tattvânusaṃdhāna n. N. of a Śaiva wk. by Śambhu-nātha
⋙ śambhutanaya
○tanaya m. 'Śiva's son', N. of Skanda and Gaṇeta L.
⋙ śambhudāsa
○dāsa m
⋙ śambhudeva
○deva m. N. of authors
⋙ śambhunandana
○nandana m. -tanaya L.
⋙ śambhunātha
○nātha m. N. of a temple of Siva in Nepāl. W. [Page 1055, Column 2]
• (also with ācārya and siddhântavágīśa) N. of various authors &c. Cat.
-rasa m. a partic. mixture L.
○thârcana n. N. of a Tāntric wk
⋙ śambhunityā
○nityā f. N. of a Tantric wk
⋙ śambhupriyā
○priyā f. dear to Śiva', N. of Durgā L.
• Emblic Myrobolan L.
⋙ śambhubhaṭṭīya
○bhaṭṭīya n. N. of a Nyāya wk
⋙ śambhubhairava
○bhairava m. a form of Śiva Cat.
⋙ śambhumayobhū
○mayo-bhū f. du. N. of the hymns AV. i, 5 and 6

śambhumahādevakṣetramāhātmya3śambhú--mahādeva-kṣetra-māhātmya n
⋙ śambhurahasya
○rahasya n. N. of wks
⋙ śambhurāja
○rāja m. N. of the author of the Nyāya-mañjari Cat.
-caritra n. N. of wk
⋙ śambhurāma
○rāma m. N. of various authors Cat.
⋙ śambhuvardhana
○vardhana m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ śambhuvallabha
○vallabha n. 'beloved by Śiva', the white lotus' L.
⋙ śambhuvākyapelāśāṭīkā
○vākya-pelāśā-ṭīkā f. N. of an astron. wk
⋙ śambhuśikṣā
○śikṣā f. N. of wk. on Vedic phonetics
⋙ śambhuhorāprakāśa
○horā-prakāśa m. N. of an astron. wk
≫ śambhū
śambhū́ mfn. (= śambhú above) beneficent, kind RV.
• m. N. of an author of Tāntric prayers Cat.
⋙ śambhūnātha
○nātha m. N. of an author ib. (cf. śambhun○)
⋙ śambhūrājacaritra
○rāja-caritra n. N. of wk. ib. (cf. śambhur○)
⋙ śambhūvartani
○vartani f. N. of a town (= eka-cakrā) Gal.
śamantakastotra
śamantaka-stotra n. N. of a Stotra Cat. (prob. wṛ. for śamântaka-, or syamantaka-st○)
śamara
śamara (in roma-ś○), prob. = vivara GopBr.
śamālā
śamālā f. N. of a place Rājat.
śamopya
śamópya (cf. Padap. śam-op○), n. (of unknown meaning) AV. i, 14, 3
śampaka
śampaka mṆ. of a Śākya Buddh.
śampā
śampā f. lightning Harav.
• a girdle ib.
⋙ śampātala
○tala wṛ. for śamyā-t○ MBh. Kathās.
śamphalī
śamphalī f. (cf. śambalī and śambhalī) a procuress L.
śamb
śamb cl. 1. P. śambati, to go Dhātup. xi, 29 (cf. Vop.)
• cl. 10. P. śambayati, to collect ib. xxxii, 21 (v. l.)
śamba
śámba m. (derivation doubtful) a weapon used by Indra (accord. to some 'Indra's thunderbolt', but cf. śambín) RV. x, 42, 7 (= vajra Naigh. iv, 2)
• the iron head of a pestle L.
• an iron chain worn round the loins W.
• a partic. measure of length L.
• ploughing in the regular direction (= anuloma-karṣaṇa) L.
• the second ploughing of a field W.
• N. of an Asura (cf. śambara) TBr. Sch.
• mfn. happy, fortunate L. (cf. śaṃ-vat, p. 1054, col. 2)
• poor (?) L.
≫ śambara
śámbara m. N. of a demon (in RV. often mentioned with Sushṇa, Arbuda, Pipru &c
• he is the chief enemy of Divo-dāsa Atithigva, for whose deliverance he was thrown down a mountain and slain by Indra
• in epic and later poetry he is also a foe of the god of love) RV. &c. &c
• a cloud Naigh. i, 10
• a weapon Sāy. on RV. i, 112, 14
• war, fight L.
• a kind of deer Vās. Bhpr.
• a fish or a kind of fish L.
• Terminalia Arunja L.
• Symplocos Racemosa L.
• a mountain in general or a partic. mountain L.
• best, excellent L.
• = citraka L.
• N. of of a Jina L.
• of a king Vās. (v. l. for śambaraṇa and saṃ-varaṇa)
• of a juggler (also called śambarasiddhi) Ratnâv.
• (ī), f. Salvinia Cucullata L. Croton Polyandrum L.
• = māyā, sorcery, magic (prob. wṛ. for śāmbarī) L.
• n. water Naigh. i, 12 (but Sāh. censures the use of śambara in this sense)
• power, might Naigh.ī, 9
• sorcery, magic Kathās. (printed saṃ-vara)
• any vow or a partic. vow (with Buddhists) L.
• wealth L.
• = citra L.
• (pl.) the fastnesses of Śambara RV.
⋙ śambarakanda
○kanda m. a kind of bulbous plant L.
⋙ śambaraghna
○ghna m. 'Sambara-slayer', N. of the god of love Hariv.
⋙ śambaracandana
○candana n. a variety of sandal L.
⋙ śambaradāraṇa
○dāraṇa m. 'Ś-destoyer', the god of love Gīt.
⋙ śambararipu
○ripu m. 'enemy of Sambara', id. Bhām.
⋙ śambaravṛtrahan
○vṛtra-han m. 'slayer of SṭSambara and Vṛitra', N. of Indra R.
⋙ śambarasiddhi
○siddhi m. above
⋙ śambarasūdana
○sūdana m. 'destroyer of ŚṭŚambara, the god of love L.,
⋙ śambarahatya
○hátya n. the killing of ŚṭŚambara RV. TBr. ŚāṅkhSr.
⋙ śambarahan
○han m. 'Śambara-killer', N. of Indra MBh.
⋙ śambarāntakara
śambarântakara m. 'ŚṭŚambara-destroyer', the god of love Hariv.
⋙ śambarāri
śambarâri m. enemy of Sambara Hāsy.
⋙ śambarāsura
śambarâsura m. the Asura SṭSambara
-vadhôpâkhyāna n. story of the killing of Śambara (told in BhP. x, 55)
≫ śambaraṇa
śambaraṇa m. N. of a king Vās. (more correctly saṃ-varaṇa
under. śambara)
≫ śambākṛ
śambā-√kṛ P. Ā. -karoti, -kurute (cf. Pāṇ. 5- 4, 58), to plough twice or in both directions Bhām. [Page 1055, Column 3]
⋙ śambākṛkṛta
śambā-√kṛ--kṛta mfn. twice ploughed L.
≫ śambin
śambín m. having a pole or oar', a rower, boatman AV.
śambaṭ
śambáṭ ind. = chambáṭ Suparṇ.
śambaṭī
śambaṭī f. (māṣa-śambaṭyaḥ) Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-64, Vartt. 59
śambala
śambala m. n. (also -written sambala, or saṃ-vala, q.v.) provender or provisions for a journey, stock for travelling Kāv. Kāraṇḍ.
• 'a bank, shore' or' a race, family' (kūla or kula) L.
• envy, jealousy L.
• (ī), f. a procuress L. (cf. śambhalī and śamphalī)
śambu
śambu m. a bivalve shell L.
• N. of a man, ĀtśvŚr
• (ū), f. N. of a woman ( śambūputra)
⋙ śambuvardhana
○vardhana m. N. of a man MW.
≫ śambuka
śambuka m. (cf. below and śāmbuka) a bivalve shell L.
• a partic. noxious insect Suśr.
• N. of a Sūdra MBh. (B. jambuka) Ragh. (v. l. kañcuka)
• of a poet Subh.
≫ śambukka
śambukka m. a bivalve shell L.
≫ śambūka
śambūka m. a bivalve shell, any shell or conch Kāv. Kathās. Suśr. (also ā f. L.)
• a snail W.
• a kind of animal (= ghoṅgha) L.
• the edge of the frontal protuberance of an elephant L.
• N. of a Śūdra (who had become a devotee and was slain by Rāma-candra) R. Uttarar. (cf. śambuka)
• of a Daitya L.
⋙ śambūkapuṣpī
○puṣpī f. a species of plant (= saṅkha-p○ Bhpr.
⋙ sambūkāvarta
sambūkâvarta m. (cf. śaṅkhâv○) the convolution of a shell Suśr.
• a fistula of that shape in the rectum ib.
≫ śambūputra
śambū-putra m. son of Śambū', patr. of a man Nid.
śambhala
śambhala m. (also written sambhala) N. of a town (situated between the Rathaprā and Ganges, and indentified by some with sambhal in Moradābād
• the town or district of Śambhala is fabled to be the place where Kalki, the last incarnation of Vishṇu, is to appear in the family of a Brāhman named Vishṇu-yaśas) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• (ī), f. a procuress L. (cf. śamphalī and śambhalī)
⋙ śambhalagrāma
○grāma m. the town Śambhala MBh. Hariv. Pur. (also -grāmaka)
-māhātmya (or śambhala-m○), n. 'glory of Śambhala', N. of part of the SkandaP.
⋙ sambhaleśvaraliṅga
sambhalêśvara-liṅga n. N. of a Liṅga Cat.
śambhava
śam-bhava śam-bhaviṣṭha, under 2. śam, p. 1054, col. 2
śambhu
śambhu for śam-bhú, śam-bhū́ &c. cols. 1, 2
śamya
śamya śamyā &c. p. 1054, col. 2
śamyu
śamyu śaṃyu, p. 1054, col. 3
śamva
śamva śamvat wṛ. for śamba and śaṃvat
śaya
śaya mf(ā)n. (fr. √1. śī) lying, sleeping, resting, abiding (ifc. after adv. or subst. in loc. case or sense
adhaḥ-ś○, kuśe-ś, giri-ś○ &c.)
• m. sleep, sleeping Dhātup. xxiv, 60 (cf. divā-ś○)
• a bed, couch ( viira-ś○)
• a snake (accord. to some, the boa constrictor) L.
• a lizard, chameleon L.
• the hand (= hasta, also as a measure of length) VarBṛS. Naish. KātyŚr. Sch.
• = paṇa L.
• abuse, imprecation L. (prob. wṛ. for śapa)
• pl. N. of a people MBh.
• (ā́), f. a place of rest or repose (cf. śayyā) RV. [Cf. Gk. ?-?.] [1055, 3]
≫ śayaṇḍa
śayaṇḍa mfn. addicted to much sleep, sleepy, sleeping L.
• m. N. of a place Uṇ. i, 128 Sch.
⋙ śayaṇḍabhakta
○bhakta mfn. g. aiṣukāry-ādi
≫ śayaṇḍaka
śayáṇḍaka m. (cf. śayā́ṇḍaka) a lizard, charmeleon TS. (cf. Sch.)
≫ śayata
śayata m. one who sleeps much L.
• the moon (?) L.
≫ śayatha
śayátha m. a lair, abode RV.
• one who sleeps much L.
• the boa constrictor L.
• a fish L.
• a boar L.
• death L.
≫ śayadhyai
śayádhyai Ved. inf. of √1. śī q.v
≫ śayana
śáyana mfn. lying down, resting, sleeping Pañcar.
• n. the act of lying down or sleeping, rest, repose, sleep MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ifc., f. ā) a bed, couch, sleeping-place (acc. with √bhaj, ā-ruh, saṃ-√viś &c., to go to bed or to rest'
• with Caus. of ā-√ruh, 'to take to bed, have sexual intercourse with' acc.
śayanaṃ śṛta or ○ne sthita mfn. gone to bed, being in bed) ŚBr. &c. &c [Page 1056, Column 1]
• copulation, sexual intercourse L.
• N. of a Sāman L.
⋙ śayanagṛha
○gṛha n. 'sleeping-house', a bed-chamber Śak. v, 29/30 (vḷ.)
⋙ śayanatalagata
○tala-gata mfn. gone to bed, lying in bed, Subh
⋙ śayanapālikā
○pālikā f. the (female) keeper of a (royal) couch Jātakam.
⋙ śayanabhūmi
○bhūmi f. 'sleeping-place', a bed-chamber Śak.
⋙ śayanaracana
○racana n. the preparation of a bed or couch (one of the 64 arts) Cat.
⋙ śayanavāsas
○vāsas n. a sleeping-garment Ṛitus.
⋙ śayanavidha
○vidha mfn. having the form of a bedstead Kauś.
⋙ śayanasakhī
○sakhī f. the female bed-fellow (of a woman) Kathās.
⋙ śayanastha
○stha mfn. being or reclining on a couch Mn. iv, 74
⋙ śayanasthāna
○sthāna n. = -bhūmi L.
⋙ śayanāgāra
śayanâgāra m. (L.),
⋙ śayanāvāsa
śayaḍnâvāsa m. (cf. Rājat.) = ○na-griha L.
⋙ śayanāsana
śayanâsana n. sleeping and sitting ( comp.)
• 'sleeping or resting place', a dwelling, cell Buddh.
-vārika m. a partic. official in a convent ib.
-sevana n. the enjoyment of sleeping and sitting VarBṛS.
⋙ śayanāspada
śayanâspada n. = ○na-bhūmi L.
⋙ śayanaikadaśī
śayanâikadaśī f. the 11sth day of the light half of the month Āshāḍha (on which Vishṇu's sleep begins) L.
≫ śayanīkṛ
śayanī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make into a couch or resting-place Kād.
≫ śayanīya
śayanīya mfn. to be slept or lain on, fit or suitable for sleep or rest (am ind. 'it should be slept or rested') MBh. Kāv. &c
• n. a bed, couch ib.
⋙ śayanīyagṛha
○gṛha n. sleeping-house', a bed-chamber Kathās.
⋙ śayanīyatala
○tala n. (the surface of) a bed or couch R.
⋙ śayanīyavāsa
○vāsa m. -gṛha Vet.
⋙ śayanīyāśrita
śayanīyâśrita mfn. gone to bed R.
≫ śayanīyaka
śayanīyaka n. a bed, couch Kathās.
≫ śayāṇḍa
śayāṇḍa (cf. śayaṇḍa), g. aiṣukāry-ādi (ī f. g. varaṇâdi)
⋙ śayāṇḍabhakta
○bhakta mfn. ib.
≫ śayāṇḍaka
śayāṇḍaka m. (cf. śayaṇḍaka) a kind of bird VS.
≫ śayāna
śayāna mfn. lying down, resting, sleeping Mn. MBh. &c
• m. a lizard, chameleon L.
≫ śayānaka
śayānaka mfn. lying, resting ( prati-suryaś○)
• m. a lizard, chameleon L.
• a snake L.
≫ śayālu
śayālu mfn. sleepy, inclined to sleep, sluggish slothful Pañcar. Śiś.
• m. a dog L.
• a jackal L.
• the boa snake L.
≫ śayita
śayita mfn. reposed, lying, sleeping, asleep MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. the plant Cordia Myxa W.
• n. the place where any one has lain or slept Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 68
⋙ śayitavat
○vat mfn. one who has lain down, gone to sleep, sleeping, asleep W.
≫ śayitavya
śayitavya mfn. to be lain or slept Pañcar. Kathās. (n. impers
mayā-hutavahe-śayitavyam, 'it must be lain down by me in the fire' Vās.)
≫ śayitṛ
śayitṛ m. one who sleeps or rests Pāṇ. 4-2, 15
≫ śayīci
śayīci in. N. of Indra L.
≫ śayu
śayú mfn. lying down, sleeping, resting RV.
• m. the boa snake L.
• N. of a person protected by the Aśvins RV.
≫ śayutrā
śayutrā́ ind. on or to a couch RV.
≫ śayuna
śayuna m. the boa constrictor L.
≫ śayyambhadra
śayyam-bhadra or m. N. of one of the 6Śruta-kevalins (with Jainas) HPariś.
⋙ śayyambhava
śayyam-bhava m. N. of one of the 6Śruta-kevalins (with Jainas) HPariś.
≫ śayyā
śayyā f. (ifc. f. ā) a bed, couch, sofa (acc. with saṃ-√viś or adhi-ṣṭhā [√sthā], 'to go to bed or to rest'
• with Caus. of ā-√ruh, 'to take a woman to bed, have sexual intercourse with' acc.
śayyāyām ā-rūḍha mfn. 'gone to bed, lying in bed') ṢaḍvBr. &c. &c
• lying, reposing, sleeping KātyŚr. Mn. MBh. &c
• resort, refuge ( comp.)
• stringing together (esp. of words, = gumphana or śabdagumpha), rhetorical composition or a partic. rhetor. figure L. ('couch' and 'rhetor. composition' Kād., Introd., v. 8)
⋙ śayyākāla
○kāla sleeping-time ĀpGṛ.
⋙ śayyāgata
○gata mfn. gone to bed, lying on a couch MW.
⋙ śayyāgṛha
○gṛha n. 'sleeping-house', a bed-chamber MBh. Kāv. Kathās.
⋙ śayyācchādana
○cchādana (śayyâcch○), n. a bedcovering, counterpane, sheet MW.
⋙ śayyātara
○tara mf(ī)n. affording refuge HPariś.
⋙ śayyādāna
○dāna n. 'offering a couch or resting-place', N. of wk
-paddhati f. N. of wk
⋙ śayyādhyakṣa
○"ṣdhyakṣa (śayyâdh○), m.= -pāla MW.
⋙ śayyāntara
○"ṣntara (śayyânt○), n. the interior or middle of a bed (○re, in bed) Kām.
⋙ śayyāpāla
○pāla or m. the guardian of the (royal) couch Pañcat.
⋙ śayyāpālaka
○pālaka m. the guardian of the (royal) couch Pañcat.
○la-tva n. the office of guardian of the bed-chamber ib.
⋙ śayyāprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ śayyāprāntavivartana
○prânta-vivartana n. rolling from one side to another of a couch Śak.
⋙ śayyāmūtra
○mūtra n. wetting a bed with urine ŚārṅgS.
⋙ śayyāvāsaveśman
○"ṣvāsa-veśman (śayyâv○), n. a bed-chamber Kathās.
⋙ śayyāveśman
○veśman n. id. ib.
⋙ śayyāsana
○"ṣsana (○sayyâs○) and a seat Mn. ii, 119 (-stha mfn. occupying a couch or seat ib.) [Page 1056, Column 2]
• lying and sitting (-bhoga m. enjoyment of ying and sṭsitting Nal.
• cf. śayanâsana-sevana)
⋙ śayyotthāyam
śayyôtthāyam ind. at the time of rising from bed, early in the morning Kathās. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-4, 52 Sch.)
⋙ śayyotsaṅga
śayyôtsaṅga m. = śayyôntara Megh.
śara
śará m. (fr. √śrī 'to rend' or 'destroy') a sort of reed or grass, Saccharum Sara (used for arrows) RV. &c. &c
• an arrow, shaft MuṇḍUp. Mn. MBh. &c
• N. of the number 'five' (from the 5 arrows of the god of love) VarBṛS.
• (in astron.) the versed sine of an arc (accord. to Āryabh. also 'the whole diameter with subtraction of the versed sine')
• a partic. configuration of stars (when all the planets are in the 4tb, 5th, 6th, and 7th houses) VarBṛS.
• the upper part of cream or slightly curdled milk (v. l. sara), ApSr. Car.
• mischief, injury, hurt, a wound W.
• N. of a son of Ricatka RV.
• of an Asura Hariv. (v. l. śuka)
• (ī), f. Typha Angustifolia L.
• n. water ( śara-varṣa and ○ṣin)
⋙ śarakāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa m. the stem of the Sacclsarum Sara Suśr.
• the shaft of an arrow W.
⋙ śarakāra
○kāra m. a maker of arrows Sāh.
⋙ śarakuṇḍeśaya
○kuṇḍe-śaya mfn. lying in a hollow place covered with Śara grass R.
⋙ śarakūpa
○kūpa m. N. of a well Buddh.
⋙ śaraketu
○ketu m. N. of a man Hcar.
⋙ śarakṣepa
○kṣepa m. the range of an arrow-shot Daś.
⋙ śaragulma
○gulma m. a clump of reeds MBh.
• N. of a monkey R.
⋙ śaragocara
○gocara m. the range of an arṭarrow Pañcat.
⋙ śaraghāta
○ghāta m. an arrow-shot MBh.
⋙ śaraja
○ja mfn. born in a clump of reeds Pāṇ. 6-3, 16
• m. = -janman L.
• n. produced from sour cream', butter L.
⋙ śarajanman
○janman m. reed-born', N. of Kārttikeya Ragh. Kathās.
⋙ śarajāla
○jāla n. net-work of arrows', a dense mass or multitude of arrow R. (pl.)
-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of a dense mass of arrow Śiś.
⋙ śarajālaka
○jālaka m. (?) a multitude of arṭarrow L.
⋙ śaratalpa
○talpa m. a couch formed of arṭarrow (esp. for a dead or wounded warrior)
MBh. Vās. Gīt. (cf. -pañjara, -śayana, -śayyā)
⋙ śaratā
○tā f. the state of an arrow R.
⋙ śaratva
○tvá n. the state of a reed TS.
⋙ śaradakṣa
○dakṣa m. (or śarad-a○?) N. of the author of a law-book Cat.
⋙ śaradaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. a stalk of reed MBh.
• (pl.) N. of a country belonging to Śālva in Madhyadeśa L.
• (ā), f. N. of a river R. (v. l. sarad○)
⋙ śaradānavarātrapujā
○dānava-rātra-pujā f. N. of wk. =
⋙ śaradurdina
○durdina n. a shower of arrows R.
⋙ śaradeva
○deva m. N. of a poet Subh.
⋙ śaradvīpa
○dvīpa m. N. of an island Hariv.
⋙ śaradhāna
○dhāna m. pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. (cf. śava-dh○)
⋙ śaradhi
○dhi m. an arrow-case, quiver Vikr. Kuval.
⋙ śaranikara
○nikara m. a multitude of arṭarrow, shower of arrow, Vās'
⋙ śaranivāsa
○nivāsa m. and g. -kṣubhnâdi
⋙ śaraniveśa
○niveśa m. g. -kṣubhnâdi
⋙ śarapañjara
○pañjara n. = -talpa BhP.
⋙ śarapattra
○pattra m. Tectona Grandis L.
⋙ śaraparṇikā
○parṇikā (L.) or (cf. Pāṇ. 4-i, 64 Sch.), f. a kind of plant
⋙ śaraparṇī
○parṇī (cf. Pāṇ. 4-i, 64 Sch.), f. a kind of plant
⋙ śarapāta
○pāta m. an arrow's fall or flight W.
• the range of an arrow-shot MBh.
-sthāna n. the place of an arrow' fall, an arṭarrow's flight or range, a bowshot W.
⋙ śarapuṅkha
○puṅkha m. the shaft or feathered part of an arrow ( puṅkha) Suśr. Vāgbh.
• (ā), f. id. W.
• Galega Purpurea Bhpr.
⋙ śarapuccha
○puccha mf(ī)n. Pāṇ. 4-1, 55 Vārtt. 2
⋙ śarapravega
○pravega m. the rush or rapid flight of an arrow, a swift arrow MBh. R.
⋙ śaraphala
○phala n. the iron point or barb of an arrow W.
⋙ śarabandha
○bandha m. a continuous line of arrows MBh. R.
⋙ śarabarhis
○barhís n. .a layer of reed ŚBr.
⋙ śarabhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. N. of a Ṛishi MBh. Kāv.
⋙ śarabhū
○bhū m. = -janman L.
⋙ śarabhṛṣṭi
○bhṛṣṭi (śará-), f. the point of a reed ŚBr. Kauś.
• the point of an arrow MW.
⋙ śarabheda
○bheda m. a wound made by an arṭarrow', and 'deficiency of cream' Vās.
⋙ śaramaya
○máya mf(ī)n. consisting or made of reeds Kāṭh. TS. &c
⋙ śaramarīcimat
○marīcimat mfn. having arṭarrow's for rays MBh.
⋙ śaramalla
○malla m. 'arrow-fighter', an archer MW.
• a kind of bird L.
⋙ śaramukha
○mukha n. the point of an arrow L.
⋙ śarayantraka
○yantraka n. the string on which the palm-leaves of a manuscript are filed Vās.
⋙ śaraloma
○loma m.pl. the descendants of Śara-loman Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 85 Vārtt. 8. -10- man, m. N. of a Muni Car. Bhpr.
⋙ śaravaṇa
○vaṇa ( -vana), n. a thicket or clump of reeds MBh. R. Kathās. Suśr.
-bhava (with deva Megh.), ○ṇâlaya (cf. MBh.) or ○ṇôdbhava (cf. ib.), m. 'born in a thicket of reeds', N. of Kārttikeya
⋙ śaravat
○vat mfn. filled with arrow Hariv.
• (also used in explaining śalmali and said to be = kaṇṭakair hinasti Nir.)
⋙ śaravana
○vana wṛ. for -vaṇa
⋙ śaravarṣa
○varṣa n. a shower of arrows MBh. R. (pl.)
• a shower of water, rain Śiś. (pl.)
⋙ śaravarṣin
○varṣin mfn. raining or showering down arrow Śiś. Kathās.
• discharging water Śiś.
⋙ śaravāṇi
○vāṇi m. (only L.) the head of an arrow
• a maker of arrow
• an archer
• a foot soldier
• = pāpiṣṭha (prob. wṛ. for padāti)
⋙ śaravāraṇa
○vāraṇa n. 'warder off of arṭarrow', a shield MBh. (v. l. śarâvara)
⋙ śaraviddha
○viddha mf(ā)n. pierced with arṭarrow R.
⋙ śaravṛṣṭi
○vṛṣṭi m. N. of a Marutvat Hariv.
• f. a shower of arrow s L.
⋙ śaravega
○vega m. 'swift as an arrow', N. of a steed Kathās. [Page 1056, Column 3]
⋙ śaravrāta
○vrāta m. a mass of arrows MBh. Hariv. Kāv.
⋙ śaraśayana
○śayana n. (cf. Daś.)or
⋙ śaraśayyā
○śayyā f. (cf. Kathās.) = -talpa
⋙ śaraśāstra
○śāstra n. N. of wk
⋙ śarasaṃdhāna
○saṃdhāna n. taking aim with an arṭarrow Śak.
⋙ śarasambādha
○sambādha mf(ā)n. covered with arṭarrow MW.
⋙ śarasāt
○sāt ind. (with √kṛ) to hit with an arrow Naish.
⋙ śarastamba
○stamba m. a clump or thicket of reeds MBh.' Hariv. &c
• N. of a place MBh.
• of a man Cat.
⋙ sarākṣepa
sarâkṣepa m. flight of arrow MW.
⋙ śaragni
śarágni g. kṣubhnâdi
-parimāṇa n. an aggregate of thirty-five MBh.
⋙ saragrya
sarágrya m. an excellent arrow MW.
⋙ śarāghāta
śarâghāta m. an arrow-shot L.
⋙ sarāṅkuśavyākhyā
sarâṅkuśa-vyākhyā (?), f. N. of wk
⋙ sarādāna
sarâdāna n. taking hold of an arrow L.
⋙ śarabhyāsa
śarábhyāsa m.practice with bow and arrow L.
⋙ śarāyudha
śarâyudha u. 'arrow-weapon', a bow L.
⋙ śarāropa
śarâropa m. 'that on which arrows are fixed', a bow L.
⋙ śararcis
śarárcis m. N. of a monkey R.
⋙ śarāvatī
śarā-vatī f. (for śara-v○), full of reeds', N. of a river MBh. VP.
• of a town Ragh.
⋙ śarāvara
śarâvara m. a quiver R.
• n. a shield MBh.
• (accord. to Nīlak. also, a coat of mail')
⋙ śarāvaraṇa
śarâvaraṇa n. 'warder off of arrow', a shield MBh.
⋙ śarāvāpa
śarâvāpa m. 'casting arrow', a bow ib.
• (prob.) a quiver ib.
⋙ śaraśani
śaráśani m. or f. an arrow like a thunderbolt Śiś.
⋙ śarāśari
śarāśari ind. arrow to arrow, ar against arṭarrow Campak. Uttamac.
⋙ śarāśraya
śarâśraya m. 'arrow -receptacle', a quiver L.
⋙ śarāsa
śarâsa m. a bow BhP.
⋙ śarasana
śarásana m. 'shooting arrow', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rishṭra MBh.
• n. a bow ib. Kāv. &c
-jyā f. a bow-string MW.
-dhara m. arrow-holder', an archer Mudr.
-vid mfn. skilled in archery, Pracaṇḍ
⋙ śarāsanin
śarâsanin mfn. armed with a bow MBh. Hariv. MārkP.
⋙ sarāsāra
sarâsāra m. a shower of arrow s Vās.
⋙ śarāsya
śarâsya n. a bow MārkP.
⋙ śarāhata
śarâhata mf(ā)n. wounded by an arṭarrow W.
⋙ śareṣīkā
śarêṣīkā́ (cf. ŚBr. R.) or (cf. R.), f. a stalk of reed
⋙ śaraṣīkā
śara9ṣīkā (cf. R.), f. a stalk of reed
• (○réṣikā) an arrow MW.
⋙ śareṣṭa
śarêṣṭa m. 'desired by arrow', the mango tree (the mango being one of the blossoms which tip the arṭarrow's of Kama-deva) W.
⋙ śarottama
śarôttama n. best of arrows, a very good arrow MW.
⋙ śaraugha
śarâugha m. a shower of arrows (pl.) Śiś.
≫ śaraka
śaraka mfn. (fr. śara), g. ṛtyâdi
≫ śaraṇa 1
śaraṇa m. (for 2. p. 1057, col. 1) one of the arrows of Kāma-dev Cat.
• n. falling asunder, bursting, falling in Vop.
• killing, slaying L.
• what slays or injures MW.
≫ śaraṇi 1
śaraṇi f. (for 2. under 2. śaraṇa) refractoriness, obstinacy RV. AV. (others 'hurt, injury, offence')
≫ śaraṇya 1
śaraṇya n. (for 2. ib.) injury, hurt W.
≫ śaravya
śaravya mf(ā)n. (fr. śaru below) capable of wounding or injuring MW.
• (○vyá), f. 'an arrowshot' or 'a shower of arrows' RV. AV. &c
• an arrows, missile, an arrows personified MW.
• n. a butt or mark for arrows, aim, target Kāv.
-tā f. the condition, of a target Kād.
⋙ śaravyavyadha
○vyadha mfn. hitting a mark Śiś.
≫ śaravyaka
śaravyaka n. = śaravya, an aim L.
≫ śaravyaya
śaravyaya Nom. P. ○vyayati, to aim at a mark, take aim at (ati-ś○) Naish.
≫ śaravyāya
śaravyāya Nom. Ā. ○vyāyate, to form a mark or object aimed at Daś.
≫ śaravyīkaraṇa
śaravyī-karaṇa n. the act of taking aim Naish.
≫ śaras
śáras n. cream, film on boiled milk VS. TS. &c. (○ro-gṛhīta, mfn. covered with a skin or film AitBr.)
• a thin layer of ashes TBr. ĀpŚr.
• wṛ. for saras BhP.
≫ śarāya
śarāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become or represent an arrow, Śṛiṅgār. Naish.
≫ śarāru
śarā́ru mfn. injurious, noxious RV. Nir. Hcar. Śiś.
• m. any mischievous creature MW.
≫ śarāśari
śarāśari ind. under śara above
≫ śari
śari mfn. = hiṃsra Uṇ. iv, 127 Sch.
• m. a wild beast, beast of prey L.
≫ śarin
śarin mfn. provided with arrows MBh. R.
≫ śarīkṛ
śarī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make anything into an arrow Kuval.
≫ śaru
śáru m. or (more frequently) f. a missile, dart, arrow AV.
• m. any missile weapon (esp. the thunderbolt of Indra and weapon of the Maruts
• f. also that weapon personified) RV.
• a partridge L.
• anger, passion L.
• N. of Vishṇu L.
• of a Deva-gandharva MBh. ; of a son of Vasu-deva MW. [Cf. Goth. hairus.]
⋙ śarumat
○mat (śáru-), mfn. armed with missiles RV.
≫ śareja
śare-ja mfn. = śara-ja. col. 2
≫ śarya
śárya m. an arrow, missile RV. (cf. Sāy. 'a fighter', warrior') [Page 1057, Column 1]
• (ā), f. a cane, shaft, arrow RV. (Nir.)
• membrum virile(?) RV. x, 178, 4
• night L.
• a finger Naigh. Nir.
• (accord. to some) a porcupine (cf. śalya) MW.
• pl. wicker-work (of the Soma sieve) RV.
• n. id. ib.
• mf(ā)n. hostile, injurious, hurtful MW.
⋙ śaryahan
○hán m. killing with arrows, an archer, warrior RV.
≫ śaryaṇa
śaryaṇa m. pl. 'thicket of reeds', N. of a district in Kuru-kshetra Sāy. on RV. viii, 6, -39
≫ śaryaṇāvat
śaryaṇā-vat m. 'reedy', a pond (also fig. of a receptacle for Soma
• accord. to Sāy. N. of a lake or district in Kurukshetra) RV. i. 84, 4
• viii. 6, 93 ; 7, 29 &c
≫ śaryāṇa
śaryāṇa (prob.) wṛ. for śaryaṇā (v. l. śarpaṇā), g. madhv-ādi
⋙ śaryāṇavat
○vat mfn. (prob.) wṛ. for śaryaṇā-vat ib.
≫ śarva
śarvá m. (fr. śúru) N. of a god who kills people with arrows (mentioned together with Bhava and other names of Rudra-Śiva)
• N. of the god Śiva (often in the later language
• esp. in the form Kshitimūrti
• du. Śarva and Śarvāṇi, cf. Vām. v, 2, 21) AV. &c. &c
• of one of the 11 Rudras VP.
• of Vishṇu MW.
• of a son of Dhanusha VP.
• of a poet Sadukt.
• pl. N. of a people MārkP. (wṛ. sarva)
• (ā), f. N. of Umā BhP.
⋙ śarvakosa
○kosa m. N. of a dictionary
⋙ śarvadatta
○datta m. 'given by Śarva', N. of a teacher VBr.
⋙ śarvapatnī
○patnī f. the wife of Śiva, Parvati Kathās.
⋙ śarvaparvata
○parvata m. Śiva's mountain, Kailāsa
vāsinī f. N. of Durgā Kathās.
⋙ śarvavarman
○varman m. N. of various authors and other men Kathās. ŚārṅgP. &c. (vḷ. sarva-v○)
⋙ śarvākṣa
śarvâkṣa n. the fruit of Ganitrus Sphaeica L.
⋙ śarvācala
śarvâcala m. Śiva's mountain, Kailāsa Kathās.
⋙ śarvāvatāramāhātmya
śarvâvatāra-māhātmya n. N. of wk
≫ śarvaka
śarvaka m. N. of a Muni Cat.
• (ikā), f. leprosy L.
≫ śarvaṭa
śarvaṭa m. N. of a man Rājat.
• of a poet Subh.
≫ śarvāṇī
śarvāṇī f. Śiva's wife GṛŚrS. MBh. Kathās. Daś.
⋙ śarvāṇīramaṇa
○ramaṇa m. 'Śarvaṇi's husband', N. of Śiva Cat.
≫ śarvilaka
śarvilaka m. N. of a man Mṛicch.
śaraṇa 2
śaraṇá mfn. (fr. √śṛ for śri
• for 1. p. 1056) protecting, guarding, defending RV. AV.
• m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
• of a poet Gīt. (cf. -deva)
• of a king Buddh.
• (ā and ī), f. N. of various plants &c. (prob. wṛ. for saraṇā, ○ṇī, q.v.)
• n. (Ifc f. ā), shelter, place of shelter or refuge or rest, hut, house, habitation, abode, lair (of an animal), home, asylum RV. &c. &c
• refuge, protection, refuge with (śaraṇaṃgam or or i &c., 'to go to any one for protection, seek refuge with' acc. or gen. ; often ifc.) Mn. MBh. &c
• water L.
• (with indrasya) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.2
⋙ śaraṇaṃgata
○ṃ-gata mfn. = śaraṇâgata MW.
⋙ śaraṇada
○da (cf. BhP.)
⋙ śaraṇaprada
○prada (cf. R.), mfn. affording protection
⋙ śaraṇadeva
○deva m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śaraṇāgata
śaraṇâgata mfn. come for protection, one who comes for refuge or protection, a refugee. fugitive Mn. MBh. &c
-ghātaka (cf. Vcar.) or -gātin (cf. Pañcar.), m. the slayer of a suppliant for protection
-tā f. the state of a suppliant for protection Kathās.
-hantṛ m. (= -ghātaka) Mn. xi, 191
⋙ śaraṇāgati
śaraṇâgati f. approach for prṭprotection
-gadya n. -tātparya-ślokôpanyāsa m. -dīpikā f. N. of wks
⋙ śaraṇādhikāramañjarī
śaraṇâdhikāra-mañjarī f. N. of a Stotra
⋙ saraṇāpanna
saraṇâpanna mfn. = śaranâgata L.
⋙ śaraṇārtham
śaraṇârtham ind. for the sake of prṭprotection MW.
⋙ śaranārthin
śaranârthin mfn. seeking refuge or prṭprotection, wretched MBh. MārkP.
⋙ śaraṇārpaka
śaraṇârpaka mfn. 'requiring prṭprotection to be given', ruined L.
⋙ saraṇālaya
saraṇâlaya m. (place of) refuge or shelter asylum MBh.
⋙ śaraṇaiṣin
śaraṇâiṣin mfn. -śaraṇârthin R.
≫ śaraṇi 2
śaraṇi
⋙ śaraṇī
śaraṇī saraṇi, ṇī
≫ śaraṇī
śaraṇī in comp. for śaraṇa
⋙ śaraṇīkṛ
○√kṛ Ā. -kurute, to seek the protection of(acc.) Rājat. (cf. a-śaraṇīkṛta)
≫ saraṇya 2
saraṇya mf(ā)n. affording shelter, yielding help or protection to (gen. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• needing shelter or protection, seeking refuge with (comp.) ŚāṅkhGṛ. R. VarBṛS. &c
• n. who or what affords protection or defence W.
• m. N. of Śiva MW.
• (with ācārya) N. of a Tāntric teacher Cat.
• (ā), f. N. of Durga MW.
⋙ saraṇyatā
○tā f. (the condition of) affording protection R.
⋙ saraṇyapuramāhātmya
○puramāhātmya n. 'praise of a city of refuge', N. of wk
≫ saraṇyu
saraṇyu m. a protector, defender W.
• wind, air (prob. for saraṇyu) L.
• a cloud L.
śaraṇḍa
śaraṇḍa m. (alao written sar○
• only L.) a bird (in general) [Page 1057, Column 2]
• a lizard, chameleon
• a quadruped (in general)
• a kind of ornament
• a rogue, cheat
• a libertine
śarad
śarád f. (prob. fr. √śrā, śṝ) autumn (as the time of ripening'), the autumnal season (the sultry season of two months succeeding the rains
• in some parts of India comprising the months Bhādra and Āśvina, in other places Āśvina and Kārttika, fluctuating thus from August to November) RV. &c. &c
• a year (or pl. poetically for 'years', cf. varṣa) ib.
⋙ śaradakṣa
○akṣa śara-dakṣa, on p. 1056, col. 2
⋙ śaradanta
○anta m. the end of autumn, winter L.
⋙ śaradambudhara
○ambu-dhara m. an autumnal cloud Subh.
⋙ śaradāgama
○āgama m. 'approach of autumn', N. of a Commentary (also -vyākhyā)
⋙ śaradudāśaya
○udâśaya m. an autumnal pond (dry in the other seasons) Kāv.
⋙ śaradṛtuvarṇana
○ṛtuvarṇana n.'description of the autumnal season', N. of wk
⋙ śaradgata
○gata mfn. arising in autumn, autumnal (as clouds) R.
⋙ śaradghana
○ghana m. = -ambu-dhara Dhūrtan.
⋙ śaraddhimaruci
○dhima-ruci (for -him○), m. the autumnal moon Kām.
⋙ śaraddhrada
○dhrada (for -hrada), m. a pond in autumn BhP.
⋙ śaradyāminī
○yāminī f. a night in autumn Kautukas.
⋙ śaradvat
○vat (śarád-), mfn. 'full of years', aged RV.
• m. N. of a son or other descendant of Gotama and other men MBh. Hariv. Pur. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 102)
⋙ śaradvadhū
○vadhū f. autumn compared to a women Vcar.
⋙ śaradvarṇana
○varṇana n. description of autumn', N. of ch. of BhP.
⋙ śaradvasu
○vasu m. N. of a Muni Cat.
⋙ śaradvihāra
○vihāra m. autumnal sport or amusement ib.
≫ śarac
śarac in comp. for śarad
⋙ śaraccandra
○candra m. the autumnal moon Śak. Vet.
○drāya Nom. P. ○yate, to resemble the autṭautumnal moon Kāv.
⋙ śaraccandrikā
○candrikā f. autṭautumnal moonshine (pariṇata-candrikāsu kṣapāsu, cf. pariṇata) Megh.
⋙ śaracchaśadhara
○chaśa-dhara (for -śaśa- Hāsy.),
⋙ śaracchaśin
○chaśin (cf. BhP.), m. = -candra
⋙ śaracchāli
○chāli (for -śāli), m. rice ripening in autumn Rājat.
⋙ śaracchikhin
○chikhin (for -śikhin), m. a peacock in autumn (supposed to cease its cries) MBh.
⋙ śaracchrī
○chrī (for -śrī), f. N. of the wife of Kuṇāla HPariś.
≫ śaraj
śaraj in comp. for śarad
⋙ śarajjyotsnā
○jyotsnā f. autumnal moonshine Pañcat.
≫ śarat
śarat in comp. for śarad
⋙ śaratkāntimaya
○kānti-maya mf(ī)n. lovely like autumn Jātakam.
⋙ śaratkāmin
○kāmin m. 'desirous of autṭautumn', a dog L.
⋙ śaratkāla
○kāla m. the time or season of autṭautumn Kāv. Pur.
○lina mfn. autumnal W.
⋙ śarattriyāmā
○triyāmā f. a night in autṭautumn MW.
⋙ śaratpadma
○padma n. an autumnal lotus (others, a white lotus') BhP.
⋙ śaratparvan
○parvan n. an autumnal full-moon night (○vaśasin m. the moon in such a night) Śaṃkar.
⋙ śaratpuṣpa
○puṣpa m. Tabernaemontana Coronaria L.
⋙ śaratpratīkṣam
○pratī7kṣam ind. having expected the autṭautumn MW.
⋙ śaratprāvṛṣika
○prāvṛṣika mfn. (with ṛtū du.) autumn and the rainy season BhP.
⋙ śaratsamaya
○samaya m. = -kāla Vās.
⋙ śaratsasya
○sasya n. autumnal corn VarBṛS.
≫ śarada
śarada (ifc.) = śarad, autumn Pāṇ. 5-4, 107
• (ā), f. autumn L.
• a year L.
• N. of a woman Rājat.
≫ śaradātilaka
śaradā-tilaka wṛ. for śār○
≫ śaradija
śaradi-ja mfn. (loc. of śarad + ja) produced in autumn, autumnal Kathās.
≫ śaran
śaran in comp. for śarad
⋙ śaranmukha
○mukha n. the (face or front, i.e.) commencement of autumn W.
⋙ śaranmegha
○megha m. an autumnal cloud (-vat ind. like an autumnal cloud) Hit.
śaradakṣa
śara-dakṣa śara-daṇḍa, śara-dhi &c. p. 1056, col. 2
śarabha
śarabhá m. a kind of deer or (in later times) a fabulous animal (supposed to have eight legs and to inhabit the snowy mountains
• it is represented as stronger than the lion and the elephant
• cf. aṣṭa-pad and mahā-skandhin) AV. &c. &c
• a young elephant L.
• a camel L.
• a grasshopper (= śalabha) W.
• a locust ib.
• a kind of metre Col.
• N. of Vishṇu MW.
• of an Upanishad (cf. śarabhôpaniṣad)
• of an Asura MBh.
• of two serpent-demons ib.
• of various men RV. MBh. &c
• of a son of Śiśu-pāla MBh.
• of brother of Śakuni ib.
• of a prince of the Aśmakas Hcar.
• of a monkey in Rāma's army R.
• (pl.) N. of a people MBh. (B. śabara)
• (ā), f. a girl with withered limbs and therefore unfit for marriage GṛS.
• (prob.) a kind of wooden machine. [Cf., accord. to some, Gk., ?, ?.] [1057, 2]
⋙ śarabhakalpatantra
○kalpa-tantra n
⋙ śarabhakavaca
○kavaca n. N. of wks
⋙ śarabhaketu
○ketu m. N. of a man Vās., Introd
⋙ śarabhatā
○tā f. the condition or nature of a Śarabha MBh.
⋙ śarabhapakṣirājaprakaraṇa
○pakṣi-rāja-prakaraṇa n
⋙ śarabhapaddhati
○paddhati f
⋙ śarabhamantra
○mantra m
⋙ śarabhamālāmantra
○mālā-mantra m. N. of wks. [Page 1057, Column 3]
⋙ śarabharājavilāsa
○rāja-vilāsa m. a history of Śarabhoji of Tanjore (1798-1832) by Jagan-nātha
⋙ śarabhalīla
○līla m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ śarabhalīlākathā
○līlā-kathā f
⋙ śarabhavidhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ śarabhasahasranāman
○sahasra-nāman n
⋙ śarabhastotra
○stotra n
⋙ śarabhahṛdaya
○hṛdaya n. N. of wks
⋙ śarabhānanā
śarabhânanā f. 'Śarabāna faced', N. of a sorceress Kathās.
⋙ śarabhārcanacandrikā
śarabhârcanacandrikā f
⋙ śarabhārcanapaddhati
śaraḍbhârcana-paddhati f
⋙ śarabhārcāpārijāta
śaraḍbhârcā-pārijāta m
⋙ śarabhāṣṭaka
śaraḍbhâṣṭaka n. N. of wks
⋙ śarabheśvarakavaca
śarabhêśvara-kavaca n. N. of ch. of wk
⋙ śarabhopaniṣad
śarabhôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad (also called Paippaladôpanishad)
≫ śarabhoji
śarabhoji m. N. of a king of Tanjore (he was born in 1778, reigned from 1798-1832 and is the author of various wks
• cf. śarabha-rāja-vilāsa)
⋙ śarabhojirājacaritra
○rāja-caritra n. N. of wk
śarayu
śarayu śarayū, sarayu, ○yū
śarala
śarala &c. sarala
śaralaka
śaralaka n. water L.
śarava
śarava m. pl. N. of a people MBh. vi, 2084 (prob. wṛ. for śabara, q.v.)
śaravya
śaravya &c. p. 1056, col. 3
śaraśarāya
śaraśarāya ○yati (onomat.), to hiss, make, hissing sound ĀśvŚr.
śarāka
śarāka m. (prob.) N. of a mixed caste Cat.
śarāṭi
śarāṭi f. a sort of bird (of the heron kind
• more commonly called Śarāli) L.
≫ śarāṭikā
śarāṭikā
⋙ śarāḍi
śarāḍi or f. id. L.
⋙ śarāti
śarāti f. id. L.
≫ śarāri
śarāri f. the Śarāli bird (= śarāṭi) Kāv.
≫ śarārī
śarārī f. id. Suśr.
⋙ mukhī
mukhī f. a kind of scissors or an instrument pointed like a heron's beak ib.
⋙ sarāryāsya
sarāry-āsya n. a partic. surgical instrument (prob. = prec.) Vāgbh.
≫ śarāli
śarāli
⋙ śarālikā
śarāḍlikā and f. = śarāṭi above L.
⋙ śarālī
śarāḍlī f. = śarāṭi above L.
śarāru
śarāru p. 1056, col. 3
śarāva
śarāva m. n. (g. ardharcâdi) a shallow cup, dish, plate, platter, earthenware vessel (also the flat cover or lid of any such vessel) GṛŚrS. Mn. MBh. &c
• a measure equal to two Prasthas or one Kuḍava TS. Bṛ. ŚrS.
⋙ śarāvakurda
○kurda m. 'creeping among dishes', a kind of snake Suśr.
⋙ śarāvasampāta
○sampāta m. the arriving or bringing in of dishes (vṛtte śarāva-sampāte, when the dishes have been removed, i.e. when the meal is over) Mn. vi, 56
≫ śarāvaka
śarāvaka m. (ifc. f. ikā) a kind of vessel or the cover of a vessel (= śarāva) Suśr. Kathās.
• (ikā), f. a partic. abscess Suśr.
≫ śarāvin
śarāvin māṣa-śarāvi
śari
śari śarin, p. 1056, col. 3
śariman
śariman or śarīman m. (said to be fr. √śṝ, to break forth'), bearing, birth, bringing forth (= prasava) Uṇ. iv, 147 Sch.
śarī
śarī under śara, p. 1056, col. 2
śarīra
śárīra n. (once in R. m
• ifc. f. ā
• either fr. √śri and orig. = 'suport or supporter', 2. śaraṇa and Mn. i, 7
• or accord. to others, fr. √śṝ, and orig. = 'that which is easily destroyed or dissolved') the body, bodily frame, solid parts of the body (pl. the bones) RV. &c. &c
• any solid body (opp. to udaka &c.) MBh. VarBṛS. Pañcat.
• one's body i.e. one's own person Mn. xi, 229
• bodily strength MW.
• a dead body ib.
⋙ śarīrakartṛ
○kartṛ m. 'body-maker', a father MBh.
⋙ śarīrakarṣaṇa
○karṣaṇa n. emaciation of the bṭbody Mn. vii, 112
⋙ śarīrakṛt
○kṛt m. = -kartṛ MBh.
⋙ śarīragrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. assumption of a bodily form VP.
⋙ śarīracintā
○cintā f. care of the body (washing one's self &c.) Pañcad.
⋙ śarīraja
○ja mf(ā)n. produced from or belonging to or performed with the body, bodily Mn. Śiś. VP.
• m. (ifc. f. ā) offspring
• a son MBh.
• the god of love, love MBh.
• sickness L.
• lust, passion MW.
⋙ śarīrajanman
○janman mfn. = -ja Kir.
⋙ śarīratā
○tā f. the state or condition of a body Sarvad.
⋙ śarīratulya
○tulya mf(ā)n. equal to the body, dear as one's own person MBh.
⋙ śarīratyāga
○tyāga m. abandonment of the bṭbody, renunciation of life Vās.
⋙ śarīratva
○tva n. = -tā KaṭhUp.
⋙ śarīradaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. corporal punishment BhP. Inscr.
⋙ śarīradeśa
○deśá m. a part of the body ŚBr.
⋙ śarīradhātu
○dhātu m. a chief constituent of the body (flesh, blood &c.) MBh.
• a relic of Buddha's body (such as a bone, tooth, a hair, or nail) MWB. 495
⋙ śarīradhṛk
○dhṛk m. 'bearing a body', a corporeal being Baudh.
⋙ śarīranicaya
○nicaya m. (accord. to Nīlak. = śarīrasya saṃcayaḥ, śar○ avasthitiḥ [Page 1058, Column 1]
• prob. wṛ. for -niścaya) certainty about the body MBh.
⋙ śarīranipāta
○nipāta m. collapse of the bṭbody, falling down dead Gaut.
⋙ śarīranyāsa
○nyāsa m. casting off the bṭbody, death Āpast.
⋙ śarīrapakti
○pakti f. purification of the bṭbody MBh.
⋙ śarīrapatana
○patana n. = -pāta MW.
⋙ śarīrapāka
○pāka m. 'ripening of the bṭbody', decline of bodily strength, decay MW.
⋙ śarīrapāta
○pāta m. collapse of the body, death VarBṛ. Kum. &c
⋙ śarīrapīḍā
○pīḍā f. bodily pain or suffering VarYogay.
⋙ śarīrapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. a soul possessed with a body AitĀr.
⋙ śarīrapradhānatā
○pradhānatā f. the character or nature of the body (ayā ind. in virtue of the bṭbody) Vedântas.
⋙ śarīraprabhava
○prabhava m. a begetter, father R.
⋙ śarīraprahlādana
○prahlādana m. N. of a king of the Gandharvas Kāraṇḍ. =
⋙ śarīrabaddha
○baddha mf(ā)n. endowed or invested with a body Kum.
⋙ śarīrabandha
○bandha m. the fetters of the bṭbody, being fettered by the body BhP.
• assumption of a (new) body, rebirth Ragh.
• (ena), ind. in bodily from', bodily ib.
⋙ śarīrabandhaka
○bandhaka m. 'personal pledge', a hostage W.
⋙ śarīrabhāj
○bhāj mfn. having a body, embodied L.
• m. an embodied being BhP.
⋙ śarīrabhūta
○bhūta mf(ā)n. become or being a body MW.
⋙ śarīrabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. 'containing the (future) body' and, endowed with a body' (said of seed and the soul) MBh.
⋙ śarīrabheda
○bheda m. dissolution of the body, death AitUp. Gaut. &c
⋙ śarīramātra
○mātra n. the mere body or person, the body only MW.
⋙ śarīrayaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. 'stick-like body', a slender body, slim figure Ragh.
⋙ śarīrayātrā
○yātrā f. means of bodily subsistence, subsṭsubsistence Bhag. Kathās.
⋙ śarīrayoga
○yoga m. bodily union
-ja mfn. produced from bodṭbodily contact Ragh.
⋙ śarīrarakṣaka
○rakṣaka m. a body-guard L.
⋙ śarīrarakṣā
○rakṣā f. defence of the body, protection of the person Ragh.
⋙ śarīraratna
○ratna n. a jewel of a body, i.e. an excellent body, Mālatim
⋙ śarīrareṣaṇa
○reṣaṇa n. hurting or injuring the body, sickness and death ĀpGṛ.
⋙ śarīralakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ śarīravat
○vat mfn. provided with a body Sarvad.
• substantial TBr.
• m. an embodied being MBh.
-tva n. the being provided with a body Sarvad.
⋙ śarīravāda
○vāda m
⋙ śarīraviniścayādhikāra
○viniścayâdhikāra m. N. of wks
⋙ śarīravimokṣaṇa
○vimokṣaṇa n. liberation from body, death Baudh. Mn.
⋙ śarīravṛtta
○vṛtta mfn. occupied about bodily state Kathās.
⋙ śarīravṛtti
○vṛtti f. maintenance of the body, support of life Ragh.
⋙ śarīravaikalya
○vaikalya n. imperfection or indisposition of the body Hit.
⋙ śarīraśuśrūṣā
○śuśrūṣā f. attendance on the bṭbody personal attṭattendance Mn. Pañcat.
⋙ śarīraśoṣaṇa
○śoṣaṇa n. drying up i.e. mortification of the body Sarvad. Pañcat.
⋙ śarīrasaṃskāra
○saṃskāra m. Purification of the body (by the ceremonies at conception, birth, initiation &c
saṃsk○) Mn.ī, 26
• n. decoration or adorning of the person W.
⋙ śarīrasaṃdhi
○saṃdhi m. a joint of the body BhP.
⋙ śarīrasampatti
○sampatti f. health or prosperity of body MW.
⋙ śarīrasambandha
○sambandha m. 'bodily connection', relation by marriage ib.
⋙ śarīrasāda
○sāda m. exhaustion of body Ragh.
⋙ śarīrastha
○stha mfn. existing in the bṭbody Bhartṛ.
⋙ śarīrasthāna
○sthāna n. the doctrine about the human body Cat.
-bhāṣya n. N. of wk
⋙ śarīrasthiti
○sthiti f. = -vṛtti Hcar. Kād.
⋙ śarīrahoma
○homa m. pl. N. of partic. oblations ĀpŚr.
⋙ śarīrākāra
śarīrâkāra m. (cf. Mālatīm.) or
⋙ śarīrākṛti
śarīrâkṛti f. (cf. Pat.) bodily gesture or mien
⋙ śarīrātman
śarīrâtman m. the bodily soul' (as distinguished from antarâtman, q.v.) Pat.
⋙ śarīranta
śarīránta m. (ifc. f. ā) the hairs on the body Pañcat.
-kara mfn. making an end of or destroying the body MBh. Bh. R.
⋙ śarīrāntara
śarīrântara n. another body
-cārin mfn. acting in another body MBh.
⋙ śarīrābhyadhika
śarīrâbhyadhika mfn. dearer than one's own person Kathās.
⋙ sarīrārdha
sarīrârdha m. the half of the body Kum.
⋙ śarīrāvayava
śarīrâvayava m. a part of the body, member, limb Pāṇ. 5-1, 6
⋙ śarīrāvaraṇa
śarīrâvaraṇa n. 'body-covering', a shield MBh.
• the skin (?) L.
⋙ śarīrāsthi
śarīrâsthi n. bones of the body, a skeleton L.
≫ śarīraka
śarīraka n. a small or tiny body Śiś.
• a wretched b Pañcat. Kād. Kathās. &c
• (m. c. for śarīra
• ifc. f. ikā) the body Yājñ. Hcat.
• m. the soul A.
≫ śarīrin
śarīrin mfn. having a body, embodied, corporeal Mn. Kāv. &c
• (ifc.) having anything as a body Mn. iv, 243 (cf. kha-s○)
• covered with bodies MBh.
• (ifc.) exercising one's own bodies BhP.
• living MW.
• m. an embodied being, creature, (esp.) a man Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• the soul Bhag. Ragh. &c. (n. W.)
• an embodied spirit MW.
≫ śarīrībhū
śarīrī-√bhū P. -bhavati, to become embodied, assume bodily shape (pp. -bhūta) Kathās.
śarepha
śarepha m. N. of a poet Subh.
śarogṛhita
śaro-gṛhita śaras, p. 1056
śarkara
śarkara mf(ā)n. consisting of gravel or grit, gritty. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
• m. a pebble, small stone Kauś.
• (m. c.) = śarkarā ( comp.)
• a kind of drum Saṃgīt.
• N. of a fabulous aquatic being PañcavBr. [Page 1058, Column 2]
• (pl.) N. of a people MārkP.
• (ā and ī), f. below
⋙ śarkarakarṣin
○karṣin mfn. = śarkarā-k○ Hariv.
⋙ śarkarajā
○jā f. ground or candied sugar MW.
⋙ śarkaratva
○tvá n. the condition or nature of grit or gravel TS.
⋙ śarkaravarṣin
○varṣin mfn. = śarkarā-v○ MBh.
≫ śarkaraka
śarkaraka mfn. (fr. śarkarā), g. ṛśyâdi
• m. a species of sweet citron or lime L.
• (ikā), f. ground or candied sugar Param.
≫ śarkarā
śárkarā f. (ifc. f. ā) gravel, grit. pebbles, shingle, gravelly mould or soil (mostly pl.) AV. &c. &c
• gravel (as a disease) Suśr.
• hardening of the flesh ib.
• hardening of the ear-wax ib.
• ground or candied sugar Kāv. VarBṛS. Suśr.
• a fragment or piece of broken earthenware, potsherd Naish.
⋙ śarkarākarṣin
○karṣin mfn. attracting or carrying along gravel ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ śarkarākṣa
○"ṣkṣa (○râkṣa), m. N. of a man, g. gargâdi (○kṣya prob. wṛ. Saṃk. on ChUp. v, 11, 1)
⋙ śarkarācala
○"ṣcala (○râc○), m. 'sugar-hill', a sugar-loaf (shaped like a conical hill) Cat.
-dāna n. the gift of the above ib.
⋙ śarkarādhenu
○dhenu f. a gift of sugar moulded in the shape of a cow ib.
⋙ śarkarāpuṣpa
○puṣpa m. a white Calotropis L. (cf. śaṃkara-p○)
⋙ śarkarāprabhā
○prabhā f. gravel. resemblance', N. of the second of the Jaina hells L.
⋙ śarkarāmbu
○"ṣmbu (râmbu), n. sugared water Suśr.
⋙ śarkarārbuda
○"ṣrbuda (○rârb○ ), m. n. a kind of tumour Suśr.
⋙ śarkarāvat
○vat mfn. full of stony particles, gritty, gravelly L.
⋙ śarkarāvartā
○"ṣvartā (○râv○), f. N. of a river BhP.
⋙ śarkarāvarṣin
○varṣin mfn. raining gravel, ŚāṅkhGf
⋙ śarkarāsaptamī
○saptamī f. a partic. observance on the 7th day of the light half of the month Vaiśākha Cat.
⋙ śarkarāsava
○"ṣsava (○râs○), m. spirituous liquor distilled from sugar, rum R.
⋙ śarkarodaka
śarkarôdaka n. sugared water Bhpr.
≫ śarkarāla
śarkarāla mfn. impregnated with gritty or gravelly particles (as wind &c.), Veṇis
≫ śarkarika
śarkarika mfn. (g. kumudâdi) gritty, stony, gravelly W.
≫ śarkarin
śarkarin mfn. suffering from the disease called gravel Car.
≫ śarkarila
śarkarila mfn. gravelly (= śarkarā-vat) Pāṇ. 5-2, 105
≫ śarkarī
śarkarī f. (only L.) a river
• a belt
• = lekhanī
• a kind of metre (cf. śakvarī)
⋙ śarkarīdhāna
○dhāna n. N. of a village Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 109
≫ śarkarīkṛta
śarkarī-kṛta mfn. made into gravel or grit L.
≫ śarkarīya
śarkarīya mfn. Pāṇ. 4-2, 84
śarkāra
śarkāra (and ī f.), g. gaurâdi
śarku
śarku m. N. of an evil demon AV.
≫ śarkura
śarkura mfn. young, tender L.
≫ sarkoṭa
sarkoṭá m. N. of a partic. snake ib. (cf. śārkoṭa and karkoṭaka)
śarṇacāpili
śarṇacāpili (?), m. N. of a man Pravar.
śardis
śardís or śárdis (of unknown meaning) AV. xviii, 3, 16
śardha
śárdha mfn. (√śṛdh) defiant, bold (orig. 'breaking wind against another') RV.
• m. breaking wind, flatulence Vop.
• a (defiant or bold) host, troop (esp. the host of the Maruts) RV.
⋙ śardhaṃjaha
○ṃjaha mfn. (jaha fr. √3. ) causing flatulence Pāṇ. 3-2, 28 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
• m. beans or any leguminous grain, pulse W.
⋙ śardhanīti
○nīti (śárdha-), mfn. 'acting boldly' or 'leading the host (of Maruts), 'Ry
⋙ śardhavat
○vat mfn. containing (the word) śardha ĀpŚr.
≫ śardhat
śárdhat mfn. (pr. p.) defiant, mocking, bold, daring RV.
≫ śardhana
śardhana n. the act of breaking wind Kull.
≫ śardhas
śárdhas mfn. = śárdhat (only in compar. śadhas-tara, more daring or defiant) RV.
• n. a troop, host, multitude (cf. śârdha) ib.
≫ śardhin
śardhin bāhu-ś○
≫ śardhya
śárdhya mfn. bold, strong RV. i, 119, 5
śarpaṇā
śarpaṇā f. g. madhv-ādi (cf. Kāś.)
⋙ śarpaṇāvat
○vat mfn. ib. (cf. śaryaṇā-vat)
śarb
śarb (cf. √śarv, śamb, samb, sarb, sarv), cl. 1. P. śarbati, 'to go' or 'to kill' Dhātup. xi, 29
śarman
śárman n. (prob. fr. √śri and connected with 1. śaraṇa, śarīra) shelter, protection, refuge, safety RV. &c
• &c
• a house Naigh. iii, 4
• Joy, bliss, comfort, delight, happiness (often at the end of names of Brāhmans, just as varman is added to the names of Kshatriyas, and gupta to those of Vaiśyas) Yājñ. MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of partic. formulas VarYogay. [Page 1058, Column 3]
• identified with śarva (cf. Kauś.) and with vāc (cf. AitBr.)
• mfn. happy, prosperous W.
≫ śarma 1
śarma n. = śarman L.
≫ śarma 2
śarma in comp. for śarman
⋙ śarmakāma
○kāma mfn. desirous of happiness Yājñ. iii, 328
⋙ śarmakārin
○kārin (cf. Dhūrtan.),
⋙ śarmakṛt
○kṛt (cf. BhP.), mfn. causing hṭhappiness, blessing
⋙ śarmada
○da (cf. ŚārṅgP.),
⋙ śarmadātṛ
○dātṛ (cf. BhP.),
⋙ śarmaprada
○prada (cf. Bhartṛ.), mfn. conferring happiness, making prosperous, propitious
⋙ śarmalābha
○lābha m. obtaining happiness or joy Suśr.
⋙ śarmavat
○vat mfn. containing the word śarman Mn. ii, 32
• possessed of happiness, lucky, auspicious W.
⋙ śarmavarmagaṇa
○varma-gaṇa m. N. of a partic. Gaṇa of verses in the Atharva-veda AV.Pariś
⋙ śarmasad
○sád mfn. sitting behind a shelter or screen RV.
⋙ śarmopaya
śarmôpáya m. a means of obtaining happiness Kathās.
≫ śarmaka
śarmaka m. pl. N. of a people MBh.
≫ śarmaṇya
śarmaṇya mfn. sheltering, protecting TS.
≫ śarmaya
śarmaya Nom. P. ○yati (only in pr. p. ○yát, = prec.) RV.
≫ śarmara
śarmara m. a sort of garment or cloth L.
• Curcuma Aromatica or another species L.
≫ śarmin
śarmin mfn. possessing happiness, lucky, auspicious MBh.
• m. N. of a Rishi ib.
≫ śarmilā
śarmilā pāṇḍu-ś○
≫ sarmiṣṭhā
sarmiṣṭhā f. 'most fortunate', N. of one of the wives of Yayāti (she was the daughter of Vṛishaparvan and mother of Druhyu, Anu, and Puru
under. yayāti and deva-yānī) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ sarmiṣṭhāyayāti
○yayāti n. N. of a Nāṭaka (mentioned in Sāh.)
śarya
śarya śaryaṇa, śaryāṇa, p. 1056, col. 3, and p. 1057, col. 1
śaryāta
śaryāta m. N. of a man RV. ŚBr. (cf. next and śāryāta)
≫ śaryāti
śaryāti m. N. of a son of Manu Vaivaśvata MaitrUp. MBh. &c
• of a son of Nahusha VP.
śarv
śarv (cf.√śarb, sarv), cl.1. P. śarvati, to hurt, injure, kill Dhātup. xv, 76
śarva
śarva śarvaka &c. p. 1057, col. 1
śarvara
śarvara mfn. variegated, spotted (= karvara
• cf. also śabara, śabala) cf. L
• (ī), f. below
• n. darkness cf. L
• the god of love (?) cf. L
≫ śarvarin
śarvarin m. (fr. next) the 34th year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBṛS. (cf. śārvarin)
≫ śarvarī
śárvarī f. the (star-spangled) night RV.
• evening, twilight L.
• turmeric or Curcuma Longa L.
• a woman L.
• N. of the wife of Dosha and mother of Śiśu-māra BhP.
• pl. the spotted steeds of the Maruts RV.
⋙ śarvarīpati
○pati m. 'lord of night', the Moon L.
• N. of Śiva Śivag.
⋙ śarvarīśa
śarvarī7śa (cf. Rājat.),
⋙ śarvarīśvara
śarvaḍrī7śvara (cf. Dhūrtan.), m. the Moon
śarvarīka
śarvarīka wṛ. for śarśarīka
śarvalā
śarvalā ○lī, sarv○
śarśarīka
śarśarīka mfn. (fr. Intens. of √śṝ) hurtful, mischievous Uṇ. iv, 19 Sch.
śarṣīkā
śarṣīkā f. (cf. sarṣīkā) a kind of metre Nidānas.
śal 1
śal cl. 1. Ā. śalate, to shake' or 'to cover' Dhātup. xiv, 19
• cl. 1. P. śalati, to go, move ib. xix, 13 (only found in comp. with prep., cf uc-chal, prôc-chal, sam-uc-chal)
• cl. 10. Ā. śālayate, to praise Dhātup. xxxiii, 18 Vop.
≫ śala
śalá mfn. (connection with above very doubtful) = dravaṇa-samartha Nir. Sch.
• m. a staff TBr.
• a dart, spear L.
• a kind of animal Pañcar. (accord. to L. 'a camel' or 'an ass')
• = kṣetrabhid L.
• = vidhi L.
• N. of Bhṛiṅgi (one of Śiva's attendants) L.
• of Brahmā W.
• of a serpent-demon MBh.
• of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra ib.
• of a son of Soma-datta ib.
• of a son of Parīkshit ib.
• of a son of Śuna-hotra Hariv.
• m. or n. the quill of a porcupine L.
• a partic. measure of length (cf. ?-, pañcaś○. &c.)
• (ī), f. below
⋙ śalakara
○kara m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ śaladā
○dā f. N. of a daughter of Raudrāśva L.
⋙ śalaputra
○putra N. of a place Buddh. (v. l. śali-p○)
≫ śalaka
śalaka m. a spider L.
• a bird L.
• (ā), f. wṛ. for śalākā Pañcat.
≫ śalala
śalala n. the quill of a porcupine (prob. also = a boar's bristle) MBh. Bhartṛ.
• m. a porcupine L.
• (ī), f. below
⋙ śalalacañcu
○cañcu m. or n. the quill of porcupine (used for writing) L. [Page 1059, Column 1]
⋙ śalalita
śalalita mfn. furnished with quills MBh.
≫ śalalī
śalalī́ f. the quill of a porcupine (used in the ceremony of hair-parting and for applying collyrium) TBr. ŚBr. GṛŚrS.
• a small porcupine
⋙ śalalīpisaṅga
○pisaṅga m. 'variegated as the quills of a porcupine', N. of a Nava-rātra ĀśvŚr.
≫ śalāka
śalāka m. (rare) = śalākā Kāṭh. Nār. MBh.
⋙ śalākadhūrta
○dhūrta m. 'one who deceives by employing a śalākā', (perhaps) a bird-catcher (who deceives birds with a twig, below) MBh. v, 1225
≫ śalākalā
śalākalā́ f. (fr. next) a small stake or peg or splint AV. (cf. MS. śalokakā)
≫ śalākā
śalākā f. any small stake or stick, rod (for stirring &c.), twig (smeared with lime for catching birds), rib (of an umbrella), bar (of a cage or window), chip, splinter, splint, pencil (for painting or applying collyrium) ŚBr. &c. &c
• a piece of bamboo (borne as a kind of credential by mendicants and marked with their name) Buddh.
• the quill of a porcupine KātyŚr. Sch.
• an oblong quadrangular piece of ivory or bone (used in playing a partic. game). ib.
• a peg, pin, arrow-head, needle, a probe (used in surgery and sometimes taken as the N. of this branch of, surgery Suśr.), any pointed instrument MBh. R. ŚārṅgS.
• a sprout, sprig, shoot of any kind ( ratna-ś○)
• a ruler W.
• a toothpick or tooth-brush L.
• a match or thin piece of wood (used for ignition by friction) W.
• a bone L.
• a finger, toe Vishṇ. Yājñ.
• a porcupine L.
• a partic. thorny shrub, Vanguieria Spinosa L.
• the Sārikā bird, Turdus Salica L.
• N. of a town R.
• of a woman, g. śubhrâdi
⋙ śalākāpari
○pari ind. a term applied to a partic. throw or movement (said to be unlucky) in the game of Śalākā Pāṇ. 2-1, 10
⋙ śalākāpuruṣa
○puruṣa m. pl. (with Jainas) N. of 63 divine personages (viz. the 24 Jainas, 12 Cakravartins, 9 Vāsudevas, 9 Bala-devas, and 9 Prati-vāsu-devas) L.
⋙ śalākābhrū
○bhrū f. N. of a woman, g. śubhrâdi
⋙ śalākāyantra
○yantra n. (in surgery) a pointed instrument or probe (cf. above) Suśr. Vāgbh.
⋙ śalākāvat
○vat mfn. g. madhv-ādi
⋙ śalākāvṛtti
○vṛtti n. famine of a partic. kind Divyâv.
⋙ śalākāstha
○stha mfn. being at or on a peg ĀpŚr.
≫ śalākikā
śalākikā f. = śalākakā Kpr.
≫ śalākin
śalākin mfn. furnished with awns (as barley) Suśr.
• furnished with ribs (śrīmac-chata-ś○)
≫ śalāhaka
śalāhaka m. the wind L.
≫ śalya
śalya m. n. (ifc. f. ā) a dart, javelin, lance, spear, iron-headed weapon (cf. upa-ś○), pike, arrow, shaft (also the point of an arrow or spear and its socket) RV. &c. &c
• anything tormenting or causing pain (as a thorn, sting &c.), or (in med.) any extraneous substance lodged in the body and causing pain (e.g. a splinter, pin, stone in the bladder &c
• also applied to the fetus, and, as a branch of medṭmedicine, to 'the extraction of splinters or extraneous substances') MBh. R. &c. Suśr.
• a fault, defect Hariv. (cf. karma-ś○)
• m. a porcupine BhP.
• a kind of fish L.
• a fence, boundary L.
• Vanguieria Spinosa L.
• Aegle Marmelos L.
• N. of an Asura Hariv. VP.
• of a king of Madra (maternal uncle of the sons of Pāṇḍu and esp. of Nakula and Saha-deva, Madrī the wife of Pāṇḍu being sister to Śalya) MBh. Hariv. &c
• of another king Rājat.
• (ā), f. a kind of dance (mentioned together with lāsya and calita) Kāvyâd. i, 39 (vḷ. sāmya)
• n. an iron crow L.
• poison L.
• abuse, defamation L.,
⋙ śalyakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha m. 'quill-throated', a porcupine L.
⋙ śalyakartana
○kartana N. of a place R.
⋙ śalyakartṛ
○kartṛ m. an arrow-maker ib.
• = next ib. (cf. kriyā)
⋙ śalyakarttṛ
○karttṛ m. 'cutter or remover of splinters', a surgeon MBh.
⋙ śalyakarṣaṇa
○karṣaṇa and N. of places R.
⋙ śalyakīrtana
○kīrtana N. of places R.
⋙ śalyakṛnta
○kṛnta m. = -karttṛ Āpast.
⋙ śalyakriyā
○kriyā f. the extraction of thorns or other extraneous substances lodged in the body W.
⋙ śalyajñāna
○jñāna n
⋙ śalyatantra
○tantra n. N. of chs. of medical wks
⋙ śalyadā
○dā f. a kind of plant (= medā) L.
⋙ śalyaparṇikā
○parṇikā or f. a kind of medicinal plant Bhpr.
⋙ śalyaparṇī
○parṇī f. a kind of medicinal plant Bhpr.
⋙ śalyaparvan
○parvan n. N. of the ninth book of the Mahā-bhārata, (this book describes how, on the death of Karṇa, Śalya, king of Madra, was appointed to the command of the Kuru army, and how a combat with maces took place between Śalya and Bhīma, and another great battle between Śalya and Yudhi-shṭhira, in which the former was at last killed)
⋙ śalyapīḍita
○pīḍita mfn. hurt by an arrow or thorn &c. R.
⋙ śalyaprota
○prôta mfn. pierced or transfixed by an arrow Ragh.
⋙ śalyabhūta
○bhūta mfn. being a thorn or sting (fig.) MBh.
⋙ śalyaloman
○loman n. a porcupine's quill L.
⋙ śalyavat
○vat mfn. possessing an arrow, having an arrow-head sticking in it (as a deer) MBh. xii, 4649
• or owning the arrow-head (and so owning the animal killed by the arrow) Mn. ix, 44
• set with stakes, hampered or harassed with difficulties W. [Page 1059, Column 2]
⋙ śalyavāraṅga
○vāraṅga n. 'arrow-handle', the part by which an arrow or other foreign substance lodged in the body is laid hold of during the operation of extraction ib.
⋙ śalyaśāstra
○śāstra n. 'splinter(-extraction) science', N. of a part of surgery and ch. of medical wks. (cf. āyur-veda)
⋙ śalyasraṃsana
○sraṃsana n. the extraction or removal of a thorn Kauś.
⋙ śalyahartṛ
○hartṛ m. 'remover of thorns', a weeder W.
• = next R. Kathās.
⋙ śalyahṛt
○hṛt m. 'extractor of splinters', a surgeon VarBṛS.
⋙ śalyātman
śalyấtman mfn. of a prickly or thorny nature TS.
⋙ śalyāpanayanīya
śalyâpanayanīya mfn. treating of the extraction of thorns &c. Suśr.
⋙ śalyāri
śalyâri m. 'enemy of Śalya', N. of Yudhi-shṭhira L.
⋙ śalyāharaṇavidhi
śalyâharaṇa-vidhi m. 'method of extracting splinters &c.', N. of a ch. of the Ashṭâṅga-hṛidaya-saṃhitā.
⋙ śalyoddharaṇa
śalyôddharaṇa n
⋙ śalyodddhāra
śalyôdḍddhāra m
⋙ śalyodddhṛti
śalyôdḍddhṛti f. the extraction of arrows and thorns &c. (also as N. of wks.)
≫ śalyaka
śályaka m. an arrow, dart, spear, thorn &c. (= śalya)
• a porcupine VS. &c. &c
• a scaly fish Vajras. (cf. sa-śalka)
• Vanguieria Spinosa L.
⋙ śalyakavat
○vat mfn. having a pointed mouth
• m. (with ākhu) a shrew-mouse MBh.
≫ śalyaya
śalyaya Nom. P. ○yati, to pain, torment, injure Anarghar.
≫ śalyāya
śalyāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a thorn or sting Harav.
≫ śalla
śalla m. (prob. fr. śalya) a frog L.
• bark L.
• (ā), f. Boswellia Thurifera L.
≫ śallaka
śallaka m. (fr. śalyaka) a porcupine Baudh. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• Bignonia Indica L.
• (ikā), f. a kind of ship or boat (vḷ. jhillikā) Hariv.
• (akī), f. below
• n. bark L.
⋙ śallakāṅgaja
śallakâṅga-ja mfn. grown on the body of a porcupine Suśr.
≫ śallakī
śallakī f. (m.c.) = next Suśr.
≫ śallakī
śallakī f. (also written sallakī) a porcupine R. Pañcar.
• Boswellia Thurifera MBh. R. &c
• incense, olibanum Suśr.
⋙ śallakītvac
○tvac f. the bark of Boswellia Thurifera Suśr.
⋙ śallakīdrava
○drava m. 'Śallaki-essence', a kind of incense, olibanum L.
≫ śallakīya
śallakīya m. = śallakī-drava MBh. (B. and C. sallakīya)
śal 2
śál onomat. (an exclamation used to express anything sudden) AV. xx, 135, 2
śalakaṭaṅkata
śalakaṭaṅkata m. N. of Skanda AV. Pariś
śalaṅkaṭa
śalaṅkaṭa m. N. of a man (in uttara-śalaṅkaṭāḥ, the descendants of Uttara and Śalaṅkaṭa), g. tika-kitavâdi
≫ śalaṅku
śalaṅku m. N. of a man, g. naḍâdi
śalaṅga
śalaṅga m. a king, sovereign L.
• a kind of salt L.
śalabha
śalabha m. (cf. śarabha) a grass-hopper, locust (fabled to be the children of Pulastya or of Tārkshya and Yāminī), a kind of moth (such as is attracted by a lighted candle?) MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh.
• of an Asura ib.
• (ī), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attendant on Skanda ib.
⋙ śalabhatā
○tā f. (cf. Mcar.),
⋙ śalabhatva
○tva n. (Kum) the state or condition of a grasshopper or moth
⋙ śalabhāsura
śalabhâsura m. the Asura Salabha MBh.
⋙ śalabhāstra
śalabhâstra n. a bow decorated with golden locusts MBh. iii, 11967 (cf. iv, 1329)
≫ śalabhāya
śalabhāya Nom. P. ○yate, to be or act like a grasshopper or moth (i.e. to fly recklessly into fire, run into certain death) Kāv. Kathās.
śalala
śalala śalākā &c. p. 1058, col. 3, and col. 1 above
śalāṭa
śalāṭa m. a cart-load (= 20 times 100 Palas) L. (cf. 2. śākaṭa)
śalāṭu
śalāṭu m. n. (cf. śalālu and saṭālu) the unripe fruit of a tree (accord. to some mfn. unripe') Gobh. Suśr.
• m. Aegle Marmelos L.
• a kind of √cf. L
śalātura
śalātura N. of the abode of the ancestors of Pāṇini (cf. śālāturīya)
śalāthala
śalāthala m. N. of a man (pl. his descendants), g. upakâdi
śalābholi
śalābholi m. a camel L. (prob. wṛ.)
śalālu
śalālu n. a sort of perfume or fragrant substance (○luka, mf[ī]n. dealing in it) Pāṇ. 4-4, 54 (cf. Siddh.) [Page 1059, Column 3]
• = śalāṭu ĀpGṛ.
śalāvat
śalāvat m. N. of a man Śaṃk. (cf. śālāvat, śālāvatya)
śaliputra
śali-putra vḷ. for śala-putra, q.v
śaluna
śalúna m. a kind of insect AV.
śalka
śálka m. n. (cf. śakala, śakla, śalāka) a chip, shaving, piece, bit, portion TS. Kāṭh. Br.
• m. meal, flour L.
• n. a fish-scale Mn. MBh. &c
• bark L.
⋙ śalkamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. scaly, flaky MW.
⋙ śalkayuta
○yuta mfn. id. L.
≫ śalkala
śalkala n. = śalka n. W.
≫ śalkalin
śalkalin mfn. having scales ( mahā-ś○)
• m. a fish L.
≫ śalkin
śalkin m. 'having scales', a fish L.
śalpa
śalpa ○paka, ○pa-dā &c., wṛ. śalya &c
śalbh
śalbh cl. 1. Ā. śalbhate, to praise, boast Dhātup. x, 30
śalmali
śalmalí m. (cf. śālmali) the silk-cotton tree, Salmalia Malabarica RV. VS. Br. Gobh.
≫ śalmalī
śalmalī f. id. VarBṛS. (vḷ.) L.
śalya
śalya &c. col. 1
śalla
śalla śallaka, col. 2
śalva
śalva m. pl. N. of a people L. (cf. sálva)
• a kind of plant L.
śav
śav (prob. artificial), cl. 1. P. to go Dhātup. xvii, 76 (cf. Naigh.ī, 14)
• to alter, change, transform Dhātup. ib. (cf. Vop.)
śava
śava m. n. (ifc. f. ā
• prob. fr. √1. śū, or śvi and orig. = 'swollen') a corpse, dead body ŚBr. &c. &c
• n. water L.
⋙ śavakarman
○karman n. the burning of a corpse, obsequies Baudh.
⋙ śavakāmya
○kāmya m. 'fond of or feeding on corpses', a dog L.
⋙ śavakṛt
○kṛt m. 'corpses-maker', N. of Kṛishṇa Pañcar.
⋙ śavagandhin
○gandhin mfn. smelling of cṭcorpses Cat.
⋙ śavadahyā
○dahyā́ f. cremation of a corpse ŚBr.
⋙ śavadāha
○dāha m. id. W.
⋙ śavadāhaka
○dāhaka or m. a corpses-burner ib.
⋙ śavadāhin
○dāhin m. a corpses-burner ib.
⋙ śavadhara
○dhara mfn. carrying a corpses MBh.
⋙ śavadhāna
○dhāna m. pl. N. of a people MārkP. (cf. śara-dh○)
⋙ śavanabhya
○nabhya n. a piece of the nave of (a wheel of) a vehicle used as a bier KātyŚr.
⋙ śavapannaga
○pannaga m. a dead serpent MBh.
⋙ śavabhasman
○bhasman n. the ashes of a cṭcorpses MW.
⋙ śavabhūta
○bhūta mfn. become a corpses or like a corpses ib.
⋙ śavamandira
○mandira n. a place for cremating corpses MārkP.
⋙ śavayāna
○yāna n
⋙ śavaratha
○ratha m. 'corpses-vehicle', a bier, litter L.
⋙ śavarūpa
○rūpa n. 'corpse-like', a kind of animal ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ śavalokadhātu
○loka-dhātu wṛ. for saha-l○
⋙ śavavāha
○vāha or m. a corpses-carrier MBh.
⋙ śavavāhaka
○vāhaka m. a corpses-carrier MBh.
⋙ śavaviṣa
○viṣa n. corpses-poison, the poison of a dead body Suśr.
⋙ śavaśatamaya
○śata-maya mf(ī)n. covered with a hundred corpses Daś.
⋙ śavaśayana
○śayana n. place (prepared) for (the cremation of) corpses BhP. (accord. to Sch. also 'a lotusflower')
⋙ śavaśibikā
○śibikā f. 'corpse-litter', a bier Hcar.
⋙ śavaśiras
○śiras n. the head or skull of a cṭcorpses Mn. xi, 72
○ro-dhvaja mfn. carrying the skull (of a slain enemy) as an ensign Āpast.
⋙ śavaśīrṣaka
○śīrṣaka m. 'corpses-head', the 7th cubit from the bottom or the 11th from the top of the sacrificial post L.
⋙ śavasādhana
○sādhana n. 'corpses-rite', a magical ceremony performed with a corpses Cat.
⋙ śavasparśa
○sparśa m. touching a corpses MW.
⋙ śavaspṛś
○spṛś mfn. one who has touched a corpse (and is consequently defiled) Mn. v, 64
⋙ śavāgni
śavâgni m. a funereal fire ĀpŚr.
⋙ śavācchādana
śavâcchādana n. 'corpses-covering', a shroud MW.
⋙ śavānna
śavânna n. funereal food PārGṛ.
⋙ śavāśa
śavâśa m. a corpses-eater Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ śavāsthimālika
śavâsthi-mālika mfn. wearing a garland of bones Jain.
⋙ śavodvaha
śavôdvahá m. a corpse-carrier ŚBr.
≫ śavas
śávas n. (orig. 'swelling, increase') strength, power, might, superiority, prowess, valour, heroism (○sā ind. mightily, with might) RV. AV.
• water L.
• a dead body (= -śava) L.
• m. N. of a teacher Cat.
≫ śavasāna
śavasāná mfn. strong, vigorous, powerful, violent RV.
• m. a road Uṇ. ii, 86 Sch.
≫ śavasāvat
śavasā-vat mfn. mighty, powerful RV.
≫ śavasin
śavasin mfn. id. ib.
≫ śavasī
śavasī́ f. 'the strong one', N. of Indra's mother ib.
≫ śavya
śavya n. cremation of a corpse, funeral ChUp.
śavara
śavara śavala, śab○
śaś
śaś (prob. invented as a √for śaśa below), cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xvii, 77) śaśati (only pr. p. śaśat Kir. xv, 5), to leap, bound, dance. [Page 1060, Column 1]
≫ śaśa
śaśá m. a hare, rabbit, or antelope (the markings on the moon are supposed to resemble a hare or rabbit) RV. &c. &c. (for śaśasya vrata under karṣū, p. 260)
• a kind of meteor AV. v, 17, 4
• N. of a man born under a partic. constellation VarBṛS.
• a man of mild character and easily led (one of the four classes into which men are divided by erotic writers, the other three being aśva, mṛga and vṛṣan) L.
• the Lodhra tree, Symplocos Racemosa Kād.
• gum-myrrh L.
• N. of a part of Jambu-dviipa MW.
• (ī), f. N. of an Apsaras Kāraṇḍ. [Cf. accord. to some, Gk. ?
• [1060, 1] accord. to others, śaśa is for śasa and is connected with Germ. haso, ḥase ; Eng. hare.]
⋙ śaśakarṇa
○karṇa m. the ear of a hare L.
• du. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy.
• 'hare-eared', N. of the author of RV. viii, 9 (having the patr. kāṇva) Anukr.
⋙ śaśaketu
○ketu wṛ. for śaśi-k○ Lalit.
⋙ śaśaghātaka
○ghātaka (cf. Bhpr.) or (cf. Suśr.), m. 'hare-killer', a hawk
⋙ śaśaghātin
○ghātin (cf. Suśr.), m. 'hṭhare-killer', a hawk
⋙ śaśaghna
○ghna m. id. VarBṛS.
• (ī), f. -han
⋙ śaśadhara
○dhara m. 'bearer of hare-marks', the moon Kāv.
• camphor MW.
• N. of various authors Cat.
-prabhā f. -mālā f. N. of wks
-mukhī f. a moon-faced woman Kautukar.
-mauli m. 'moon-crested', N. of Śiva MW.
○râcārya m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ śaśadharīya
○dharīya n. a work composed by Śaśa-dhara Cat.
⋙ śaśadharman
○dharman m. N. of a king VP.
⋙ śaśapada
○pada n. a hare's track (easily got over) Hcar.
-śakti f. N. of wk
⋙ śaśaplutaka
○plutaka n. a scratch with a finger-nail L.
⋙ śaśabindu
○bindu m. 'hare-spotted', the moon W.
• N. of a king (son of Citraratha
• pl. his descendants) MaitrUp. MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ śaśabhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'hare-bearer', the moon VarBṛ. Sāh. Śatr. &c
○bhṛd-bhṛt m. 'moon-bearer', N. of Śiva KālP.
⋙ śaśamātra
○mātra mf(ī)n. 'having the measure of a hare', as large as a hare W.
⋙ śaśamuṇḍarasa
○muṇḍa-rasa m. a kind of fluid medicine made from a hare's head ŚārṅgS. -1
⋙ śaśayāna
○yāna n. (for 2. col. 3) N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh.
⋙ śaśarajas
○rajas n. 'dirt on a hare', a partic. measure of length or capacity L.
⋙ śaśalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa m. 'hare-marked', the moon MBh.
⋙ śaśalakṣmaṇa
○lakṣmaṇa wṛ. for prec. ib.
⋙ śaśalakṣman
○lakṣman n. the mark of a hare (on the moon) ib.
• m. 'hare-marked', the moon Kathās. Sāh.
⋙ śaśalāñchana
○lāñchana
m. id. Kāv. Pañcat. &c
• camphor A.
⋙ śaśalupta
○lupta n. disappearing like a hare Pāṇ. 6-2, 145 Sch.
⋙ śaśaloman
○loman m. hare's hair L.
• m. N. of a king MBh.
⋙ śaśaviṣāṇa
○viṣāṇa n. a hare's horn (a term for an impossibility) Bhartṛ. Kathās. &c
⋙ śaśaviṣāṇāya
○viṣāṇāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble a hare's horn, to be an impossibility Sarvad.
⋙ śaśaśimbikā
○śimbikā f. a partic. plant L.
⋙ śaśaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga n. = -viṣāṇa Kull. on Mn. viii, 53
• m. N. of a man Viddh. (in Prākṛit)
⋙ śaśasthalī
○sthalī f. the Doab or country between the Ganges and Jumnā rivers L.
• wṛ. for kuśa-sth○ L.
⋙ śaśahan
○han mf(ghnī)n. killing hares Pāṇ. 3-2, 53 Sch.
• (-ghnī), f. a hawk Car. (wṛ. śama-ghnī)
⋙ śaśākṣa
śaśâkṣá m. 'hare-eyed', N. of a mythical being Suparṇ.
⋙ śaśāṅka
śaśâṅka below
⋙ śaśāda
śaśâda mfn. eating hares L.
• m. a partic. bird of prey L.
• N. of Vikukshi MBh. Hariv. Pur.
⋙ śaśādana
śaśâdana m. 'hare-eater', the brown hawk L.
⋙ śaśorṇa
śaśôrṇa n. the hair of a rabbit or hare Siddh. L. Buddh.
⋙ śaśolūktamukhī
śaśôlūkta-mukhī f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
≫ śaśaka
śaśaka m. a (little) hare AdbhBr. MBh. R. &c
• a man of a partic. character (= śaśa, q.v.) A.
• pl. N. of a people MBh.
⋙ śaśakaviṣāṇa
○viṣāṇa n. = śaśa-viṣ○ Bhartṛ.
⋙ śaśakaśiśu
○śiśu m. the young of a hare Vās.
⋙ śaśakādhama
śaśakâdhama m. a miserable little-rabbit Hit.
≫ śaśat
śaśat mfn. leaping, jumping Kir.
≫ śaśayu
śaśayú mfn. pursuing hares AV.
≫ śaśāṅka
śaśâṅka m. 'hare-marked', the moon MBh. Kāv. &c
• camphor L.
• N. of a king Hcar. Sch.
-kānta mfn. lovely as the moon Jain.
-kiraṇa-prakhya mfn. resembling a ray of the moon MBh.
-kula n. the lunar race Kathās.
ja or -tanaya m. 'the moon's son', the planet Mercury VarBṛS.
-dhara m. N. of a grammarian Cat.
-pura n. N. of a town (also -pūrvam puram) Kathās.
-bimba n. n. the disk of the moon Jain.
-bhās mfn. shining like the moon MW.
-mukuṭa m. 'having the moon as diadem', N. of Śiva Kathās.
-mūrti m. 'having a hare-marked form', N. of the moon MW.
-lekhā f. 'moon-streak', the lunar crescent Śak.
-vatī f. N. of a princess (after whom the 12th Lambaka of the Kathā-sarit-sāgara is called) Kathās.
-vadanā f. a moon-faced woman Kāvyâd.
-śatru m. 'moon's foe', N. of Rāhu VarYogay.
-śṛṅga n. a horn or point of the moon's crescent (?) MW. [Page 1060, Column 2]
-śekhara m. 'moon-crested', N. of Śiva BhP.
-suta m. (= śaśâṅka-ja) VarBṛ.
○kârdha m. the half-mṭmoon
○kârdha-mukha mfn. having a head shaped like a half-mṭmoon (said of an arrow) Ragh.
○kârdhaśekhara m. N. of Śiva Rājat.
○kôpala m. a kind of precious stone (= candra-kānta) Sāh.
⋙ śaśāṅkita
śaśâṅkita mfn. hare-marked (the moon) Śiś.
≫ śaśāṇḍuli
śaśāṇḍuli or f. a kind of cucumber L.
⋙ śaśāṇḍulī
śaśāṇḍuḍlī f. a kind of cucumber L.
≫ śaśi
śaśi in comp. for śaśin
⋙ śaśikara
○kara m. a moonbeam MW.
⋙ śaśikalā
○kalā f. a digit of the moon, the mṭmoon (in general) Vikr. Kathās. Chandom.
• a kind of metre Chandom.
• N. of various women Kathās. Cat.
-pañcāśikā f. N. of wk
○lâbharaṇa m. 'ornamented with a digit of the moon', N. of Śiva MW.
⋙ śaśikānta
○kānta m. 'moon-loved', the mṭmoon-stone (= candra-k○) VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. N. of a river VP.
• n. a white lotus-flower opening by night L.
⋙ śaśikiraṇa
○kiraṇa m. = -kara Suśr.
⋙ śaśiketu
○ketu m. N. of a Buddh.
⋙ śaśikoṭi
○koṭi f. a horn of the moon MW.
⋙ śaśikṣaya
○kṣaya m. the new moon Hcat.
⋙ śaśikhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa m. or n. (?) the moon's crescent ( comp.)
• m. N. of a Vidyā-dhara Kathās.
-pada m. N. of a Vidyā-dhara ib.
-śekhara m. 'having the moon's crescent as diadem', N. of Śiva Hariv.
⋙ śaśigaccha
○gaccha m. the lunar race Śatr.
⋙ śaśigupta
○gupta m. N. of a king VP.
⋙ śaśiguhyā
○guhyā f. the juice of the liquorice-√cf. L
⋙ śaśigraha
○graha m. 'moon-seizure', an eclipse of the moon Cat.
-samāgama m. a conjunction of the moon with asterisms or planets VarBṛS.
⋙ śaśija
○ja (cf. MBh. Var.) or (cf. Var.), m. 'moon's son', the planet Mercury
⋙ śaśitanaya
○tanaya (cf. Var.), m. 'moon's son', the planet Mercury
⋙ śaśitejas
○tejas m. N. of a Vidyā-dhara Kathās.
• of a serpent-demon L.
⋙ śaśidivākara
○divākara m. du. moon and sun Ml.
⋙ śaśideva
○deva m. N. of a king (= ranti-d○) L.
• of a grammarian Cat.
• n. = next VarBṛS. (vḷ.)
⋙ śaśidaiva
○daiva n. the lunar mansion Mṛiga-śiras (presided over by the moon) ib.
⋙ śaśidhara
○dhara m. N. of a man Inscr.
-maṅgala-mata n. N. of wk
⋙ śaśidhāman
○dhāman n. the moon's splendour MW.
⋙ śaśidhvaja
○dhvaja m. N. of an Asura Hariv.
• of a king of Bhallāṭa-nagara KalkiP.
⋙ śaśipāda
○pāda m. a moon-beam W.
⋙ śaśiputra
○putra m. = -ja Var.
⋙ śaśiprabha
○prabha mfn. shining like the mṭmoon, radiant as the moon Ragh.
• (ā), f. N. of a woman Kathās.
• n. a lotus-flower opening by night L.
• the white esculent water-lily W.
• a pearl L.
• (ā), f. the moon's lustre, moon-light L.
⋙ śaśipriya
○priya n. a pearl L.
• (ā), f. 'loved of the moon', a lunar mansion personified L.
⋙ śaśibindu
○bindu wṛ. for śaśa-b○ R.
⋙ śaśibhās
○bhās f. a moonbeam MW.
⋙ śaśibhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa m. 'moon-decorated', N. of Śiva L.
⋙ śaśibhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'moon-bearer', id. VarBṛS. (cf. nava-śaśi-bh○).,
⋙ śaśimaṇi
○maṇi m. the moon-stone (= candra-kānta) Nāg. Kād.
⋙ śaśimaṇḍala
○maṇḍala n. the disk of the mṭmoon HPariś.
⋙ śaśimat
○mat mfn. possessing the moon Sāh.
⋙ śaśimaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of or relating to the moon Naish.
⋙ śaśimayūkha
○mayūkha m. a moon-beam MW.
⋙ śaśimukha
○mukha mfn. moon-faced
• (ī), f. a moon-faced woman Kāv.
⋙ śaśimauli
○mauli m. 'having the moon as a diadem', N. of Śiva Kum. Kathās. MārkP.
⋙ śaśiraśmi
○raśmi m. a moon-beam MW.
⋙ śaśirekhā
○rekhā f. 'moon-streak', digit of the moon L.
• N. of a woman Kathās.
⋙ śaśilekhā
○lekhā f. a digit of the moon Viddh.
• Vernonia Anthelminthica Bhpr. Dhanv.
• Cocculus Cordifolius L.
• a kind of metre L.
• N. of an Apsaras BrahmaP.
• of a princess Kathās.
• of a female slave Vās.
⋙ śaśivaṃśa
○vaṃśa m. the lunar race (-ja mfn. sprung from the lunar race) Hariv. Kāv.
• N. of wk
⋙ śaśivadanā
○vadanā f. = -mukhī Chandom.
• two kinds of metre ib. Śrutab. &c
⋙ śaśivardhana
○vardhana m. N. of a poet Kāv.
⋙ śaśivāṭikā
○vāṭikā f. Boerhavia Procumbens L.
⋙ śaśivimala
○vimala mfn. pure as the moon (with giri m. 'the Kailāsa') R. (cf. Sch.)
⋙ śaśiśikhāmaṇi
○śikhā-maṇi m. 'having the moon as diadem', N. of Śiva Rājat.
⋙ śaśiśekhara
○śekhara
m. id. ib. Kathās. Inscr.
• N. of a Buddha L.
• of one of the Jaina pontiffs W.
⋙ śaśisaṃnibha
○saṃnibha mfn. = -prabha MBh.
⋙ śaśisuta
○suta m. = -ja Var.
⋙ śaśībha
śaśī7bha wṛ. for śaśâṅka Cat.
⋙ śaśīśa
śaśī7śa m. 'lord of the moon', N. of Śiva
-śiśu m. 'son of Śiva', N. of Skanda (-śī m. wounding Śiva), Kit. xv, 5
≫ śaśika
śaśika m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (vḷ. śāśika)
≫ śaśin
śaśin m. 'containing a hare', the moon ŚvetUp. MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of the number one VarBṛS.
• camphor Hcat.
• a kind of metre Col.
• N. of a man Kathās.
• the emblem of a partic. Arhat or Jina W.
• (inī), f. N. of the 8th Kalā of the moon Cat.
≫ śaśī 1
śaśī f. under śaśa
≫ śaśī 2
śaśī in comp. for śaśa
⋙ śaśībhū
○√bhū P. -bhavati, to become a bare Hariv.
śaśamāna
śaśamāná mfn. (fr. √1. śam) exerting one's self, zealous, toiling, working, active (esp. in worship) RV. VS. AV. [Page 1060, Column 3]
śaśaya
śaśayá mf(ā́)n. (either fr. √1. śī, or connected with śaśīyas, śaśvat) ever-flowing, unfailing, abundant RV.
śaśayāna 2
śaśayāná mfn. (pf. p. of √1. śī
• for 1. śaśa-y○, col. 1) lying, reposing, sleeping (= śiśyāna) RV.
śaśīyas
śáśīyas mfn. (prob. compar. of śaśvat below
• accord. to Sāy. fr. √śaś) more numerous, mightier, richer RV.
śaśvacai
śaśvacaiśvac
śaśvat
śáśvat mf(śáśvatī, or ○tī́)n. (accord. to some for sasvat and corresponding to Gk. ?) [1060, 3] perpetual, continual, endless, incessant, frequent, numerous, many (esp. applied to the ever-recurring dawns) RV.
• all, every RV. AV. TBr.
• (at), ind. perpetually, continually, repeatedly, always, ever (śáśvat purā́, from immemorial time
śaśvac-chaśvat, again and again, constantly) RV. &c. &c
• at once, forthwith, directly (generally preceded or followed by ha
śáśvat-śáśvat, no sooner-than forthwith) ŚBr. BhP.
• it is true, certainly, indeed Br.
⋙ śaśvatkāma
○kāma mf(ā)n. always intent on love Pañcar.
⋙ śaśvattama
○tamá mfn. most constant or frequent or numerous RV.
• (ám), ind. once more, again ib.
≫ śaśva
śaśva Nom. P. ○yati = śaśvāyate below Vop.
≫ śaśvacchānti
śaśvac-chānti f. (for ○vat-z○) everlasting peace or tranquillity, eternal rest MW.
≫ śaśvadhā
śaśvadhā́ ind. again and again, ever and ever again RV.
≫ śaśvāya
śaśvāya Nom. P. ○te, to be or become eternal (g. bhṛśâdi)
śaṣ
śaṣ cl. 1. P. śaṣati, to hurt, injure, kill Dhātup. xvii, 39
śaṣkaṇḍī
śaṣkaṇḍī f. a kind of plant and its fruit Gaṇar.
śaṣkula
śaṣkula m. Pongamia Glabra L.
• (ifc.) = next Pāṇ. 1-2, 49 Sch.
≫ śaṣkuli
śaṣkuli or f. the orifice of the ear, auditory passage Yājñ. Suśr.
⋙ śaṣkulī
śaṣkuḍlī f. the orifice of the ear, auditory passage Yājñ. Suśr.
• a kind of disease of the ear ŚārṅgS.
• a large round cake (composed of ground rice, sugar, and sesamum, and cooked in oil
• also written śask○) MBh. Suśr. BhP.
• a sort of fish L.
• Pongamia Glabra L.
• rice-gruel or barley-water W.
≫ śaṣkulikā
śaṣkulikā f. a sort of cake (= prec.) Suśr. VarBṛS.
śaṣpa
śáṣpa n. (ifc. f. ā
• accord. to Uṇ. iii, 28 fr. √śas
• often incorrectly śaspa and śaṣya) young or sprouting grass, any grass VS. &c. &c
• loss of consciousness (= pratibhā-kṣaya) L.
⋙ śaṣpatulya
○tulya mfn. resembling young grass Pañcat. (vḷ.)
⋙ śaṣpabṛsī
○bṛsī f. a seat of Kuśa grass R. Suśr.
⋙ śaṣpabhuj
○bhuj or m. 'grass-eater', any animal feeding on grass Pañcat.
⋙ śaṣpabhojana
○bhojana m. 'grass-eater', any animal feeding on grass Pañcat.
⋙ śaṣpavat
○vat mfn. containing young grass L.
⋙ śaṣpāda
śaṣpâda mfn. grass-eating, graminivorous Ml.
≫ śaṣpiñjara
śaṣpíñjara mfn. (for śaṣpa-p○) yellowish-red like young grass MS. VS. (cf. TS. śasp○)
śas 1
śas cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xvii, 78) śásati (Ved. also -śasti and -śāsti
• pf. śaśāsa MBh.
• 3. pl. śaśasuḥ Gr
• fut. śasitā ib.
śasiṣyati Br.
• Ved. inf. -śásas Br.
• ind. p. -śasya MBh.), to cut down, kill, slaughter (mostly vi-√śas, q.v.)
≫ śasana
śásana n. slaughtering, killing RV.
≫ śasā
śásā f. id. RV. v, 41, 18 (cf. Sāy. = stutyā, fr. √śaṃs)
≫ śasita
śasita
⋙ śasitṛ
śasiḍtṛ vi-ś○
≫ śasitvā
śasitvā ind. having wounded or hurt MW.
≫ śasta 2
śasta mfn. (for 1. p. 1044, col. 1) cut down, slaughtered, killed MBh. iii, 1638
≫ śastaka
śastaka n. = loha L. (prob. wṛ. for śastraka)
• a defence for the finger of an archer (= aṅgulitrāṇa) L.
≫ śastṛ
śastṛ m. a cutter, dissecter RV. AV.
≫ śastra 2
śástra m. (for 1. p. 1044, col. 1) a sword L.
• (ī), f. below
• n. an instrument for cutting or wounding, knife, sword, dagger, any weapon (even applied to an arrow Bhaṭṭ.
• weapons are said to be of four kinds, pāṇi-mukta, yantra-mukta, muktâmukta, and amukta) ŚBr. &c. &c
• any instrument or tool ( comp.)
• iron, steel L.
• a razor L.
⋙ śastrakarman
○karman n. 'knife-operation', any surgical operation Suśr. [Page 1061, Column 1]
○ma-kṛt m. 'performing a surgical operation', a surgeon ib.
○ma-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ śastrakali
○kali m. a duel with swords Kathās.
⋙ śastrakāra
○kāra m. 'weapon-maker', an armourer W.
⋙ śastrakuśala
○kuśala mfn. skilled or expert in arms MW.
⋙ śastrakopa
○kopa m. 'swordfury', war, battle VarBṛS.
⋙ śastrakośa
○kośa m. the sheath of a weapon
-taru m. a thorny Gardenia L.
⋙ śastrakṣata
○kṣata mfn. killed by weapon MW.
⋙ śastrakṣāra
○kṣāra m. borax L.
⋙ śastragraha
○graha m. taking arms, battle, fight Mcar.
⋙ śastragrāhaka
○grāhaka mfn. taking arms, armed Kām.
⋙ śastragrāhavat
○grāha-vat mfn. having sea-monsters for weapons (said of a river) R.
⋙ śastragrāhin
○grāhin mfn. taking arms
• m. an armed man W.
⋙ śastraghāta
○ghāta m. the stroke of a sword VarBṛS.
⋙ śastraghuṣṭakara
○ghuṣṭa-kara mfn. making a noise or clanging with arms W.
⋙ śastracikitsā
○cikitsā f. 'curing by means of instruments', surgery Hāsy.
⋙ śastracūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. iron-filings L.
⋙ śastrajāla
○jāla n. a quantity of wṭweapons W.
⋙ śastrajīvin
○jīvin mfn. living by arms
• m. a professional soldier VarBṛS. MārkP.
⋙ śastratyāga
○tyāga m. abandoning or throwing away a weapon W.
⋙ śastradevatā
○devatā f. 'weapon-deity', a deified weapon or goddess of war (represented as the offspring of Kṛiśâśva, and, according to some, one hundred in number) Uttarar. Rājat.
⋙ śastradhara
○dhara mfn. bearing wṭweapons
• m. a warrior W.
⋙ śastradhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa n. bearing arms or a sword Kām. MārkP.
-jīvaka m. 'one who lives by bearing arms', a soldier MW.
⋙ śastradhārin
○dhārin mfn. bearing arms ib.
⋙ śastranitya
○nitya mfn. one who is continually under arms MBh.
⋙ śastranidhana
○nidhana mfn. dying by the sword VarBṛS.
⋙ śastranipāta
○nipāta m. 'fall or stroke of a sword', killing by weapons, war, fight ib.
• = next Suśr.
⋙ śastranipātana
○nipātana n. 'stroke of the knife', a surgical operation ib.
⋙ śastraniryāṇa
○niryāṇa mfn. = -nidhana VarBṛS.
⋙ śastranyāsa
○nyāsa m. 'laying down of arms', abstention from battle Vikr.
⋙ śastrapada
○pada n. 'knifemark', incision Suśr.
⋙ śastrapāṇi
○pāṇi mfn. (m.c. also ○ṇin) 'weapon-handed', armed
• m. an armed warrior Hit. Vet.
⋙ śastrapāta
○pāta m. 'fall or stroke of a weapon or knife', incision Kāvyâd.
⋙ śastrapāna
○pāna n. a mixture for saturating weapons (so as to temper or harden them) VarBṛS.
⋙ śastrapūjāvidhi
○pūjā-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ śastrapūta
○pūta mfn. 'purified by wṭweapons', absolved from guilt by dying on the field of battle Mālatīm.
⋙ śastraprakopa
○prakopa m. = -kopa VarBṛS.
⋙ śastraprahāra
○prahāra m. a sword-cut Kāvyâd.
⋙ śastrabhaya
○bhaya n. fear or danger of arms, calamity of war VarBṛS.
⋙ śastrabhṛt
○bhṛt m. = -dhara Gaut. Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ śastramaya
○maya mf(ī)n. (rain) consisting in or formed by weapons R.
⋙ śastramārja
○mārja m. 'weapons-cleaner', an armourer L.
⋙ śastramukha
○mukha n. the edge of a wṭweapons L.
⋙ śastralakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk. -2
⋙ śastravat
○vat mfn. (for 1. p. 1044, col. 1) provided with a weapons MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ śastravadha
○vadha m. killing with a weapon (in a-ś○, 'killing without a weapon') Pañcat.
⋙ śastravārtta
○vārtta mfn. = -jīvin VarBṛS.
⋙ śastravikrayin
○vikrayin m. a dealer in wṭweapons Mn. iv, 215
⋙ śastravidyā
○vidyā f. = dhanur-veda Anarghar.
⋙ śastravidvas
○vidvas mfn. skilled in arms MBh.
⋙ śastravihita
○vihita mfn. inflicted with a wṭweapon Ml.
⋙ śastravṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. = -jīvin Mn. xii, 45
⋙ śastravyavahāra
○vyavahāra m. practice of wṭweapons Ragh.
⋙ śastravraṇamaya
○vraṇa-maya mf(ī)n. consisting in wounds produced by weapons Śiś.
⋙ śastraśāstra
○śāstra n. the science of arms, military science MW.
⋙ śastraśikṣā
○śikṣā f. skill with weapons or with the sword Kathās.
⋙ śastraśikhin
○śikhin mfn. proud of (the practice of) weapons MW.
⋙ śastrasaṃhati
○saṃhati f
⋙ śastrasamūha
○samūha m. 'collection of wṭweapons', an arsenal, armoury W.
⋙ śastrasampāta
○sampāta m. 'descent of weapons', discharge of missiles, battle, fight Bhag. Kathās.
⋙ śastrahata
○hata mfn. struck or killed by a sword
-caturdaśī f. N. of a partic. fourteenth day sacred to the memory of fallen warriors L.
⋙ śastrākhya
śastrâkhya mfn. called a sword (applied to a comet) VarBṛS.
• n. iron L.
⋙ śastrāgnisambhrama
śastrâgni-sambhrama m. trouble or alarm (caused) by war or fire VarBṛS.
⋙ śastrāṅgā
śastrâṅgā f. a kind of sorrel L.
⋙ śastrājīva
śastrâjīva mf(ī)n. = śastra-jīvin
• m. a soldier L.
⋙ śastrānta
śastrânta mfn. dying by the sword VarBṛS.
⋙ sastrābhyāsa
sastrâbhyāsa m. the practice of arms, military exercise L.
⋙ śutrāmayārti
śutrâmayârti f. distress (caused) by war or disease VarBṛS.
⋙ śastrāyasa
śastrâyasa n. iron, steel L.
⋙ śastrāyudha
śastrâyudha mfn. having the sword for a weapon (and not the Veda, as a Brāhman should have) Vet.
⋙ śastrārcis
śastrârcis mfn. blazing or flaming with weapons MW.
⋙ śastrāvapāta
śastrâvapāta m. injury by a weapon Yājñ. ii, 277
⋙ śastrāśastri
śastrā-śastri ind. sword against sword Daś. AgP.
⋙ śastrāstra
śastrâstra (ibc.) weapons both for striking and throwing
-bhṛt mfn. bearing weapons &c. (-tva n. the use of arms) Mn. x, 79
⋙ śastrotthāpana
śastrôtthāpana n
⋙ śastrottrodyama
śastrôtḍtrôdyama m. lifting up a weapon (so as to strike) W.
⋙ śastrodyoga
śastrôdyoga m. the practice of arms VarBṛS.
⋙ śastropakaraṇa
śastrôpakaraṇa n. arms and instruments of warfare, military apparatus MW. [Page 1061, Column 2]
⋙ śastropajīvin
śastrôpajīvin m. 'living by arms', a warrior, soldier Hcar.
• an armourer R. (cf. Sch.)
≫ śastraka 2
śastraka n. (for 1. p. 1044, col. 1) a knife L.
• iron L.
• (ikā), f. a dagger, knife Daś.
≫ śastrin 2
śastrin mfn. having weapons, bearing arms, armed with a sword MBh. Hariv. Kām. &c
≫ śastrī
śastrī f. a dagger, knife, Bharṭṛ
⋙ śastrīśyāma
○śyāma mfn. bluish like the blade of a knife Śiś.
≫ śasya 2
śasya mfn. to be cut down or slaughtered or killed Vop.
• n. corn, grain (more correctly sasya, q.v.)
≫ śasyaka
śasyaka n. powder (= cūrṇa) R. (cf. Sch.)
• vḷ. for sasyaka, q.v
śas 2
śassas
śas 3
śas (in gram.) the technical casetermination of the accusative plural Pāṇ. 4-1, 2
• the Taddhita affix śas (forming adverbs from nouns, esp. from numerals and words expressive of quantity) ib. v, 1, 42 &c. (cf. alpa-śas, bahu-śas, śata-śas &c.)
śaskulī
śaskulī śaspiñjara, śaṣk○, śaṣp○, p. 1060, col. 3
śasti
śasti śasman, p. 1044, col. 1
śahendravarṇanavilāsa
śahendra-varṇana-vilāsa (for śāh○?), m. N. of a poem Cat.
śāṃvatya
śāṃvatya m. (fr. śaṃ-vat) N. of an ancient teacher ĀśvGṛ.
śāṃśapa
śāṃśapá mf(ī)n. (fr. śiṃśapā) derived from the Śiṃśapā (Dalbergia Sissoo, a large and beautiful tree), made of its wood &c. AV.
≫ śāṃśapaka
śāṃśapaka mfn. id., g. arīhaṇâdi
≫ śāṃśapāyana
śāṃśapāyana m. N. of an ancient teacher (also called su-śarman) Pur.
≫ śāṃśapāyanaka
śāṃśapāyanaka mf(ikā)n. written or composed by Śāṃśapāyama Cat.
≫ śāṃśapāyani
śāṃśapāyani m. = śāṃśapāyana
≫ śāṃśapāsthala
śāṃśapāsthala mfn. (fr. śiṃśapā-sthata) Pāṇ. 7-3, 1 Sch.
śāka 1
śā́ka m. (fr. √śak) power, might, help, aid RV.
• (śāká), m. helpful, a helper, friend ib.
≫ śākin
śākín (once śā́kim), mfn. helpful or powerful RV.
• m. N. of a man, g. kurv-ādi
• (inī), f. a kind of female demon attendant on Durgā Pañcat. Kathās.
≫ śākina 1
śākiná mfn. (for 2. col. 3) mighty RV.
≫ śākinikā
śākinikā f. a kind of female demon (= śākinī under śākin) Cat.
≫ śākī
śākī f. (prob.) = 1. śāka Pāṇ. 5-2, 100 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
śāka 2
śāka n. (or m. g. ardharcâdi
• of doubtful derivation, and scarcely to be connected with 1. śāka) a potherb, vegetable, greens
GṛŚrS. Mn. MBh. &c
• any vegetable food Gaut.
• m. the Teak tree, Tectona Grandis GṛŚrS. MBh. &c
• Acacia Sirissa L.
• N. of a Dviipa (the sixth of the seven Dviipas, called after the Teak tree growing there, surrounded by the sea of milk or white sea, and inhabited by the Ṛita-vratas, Satya-vratas, Dāna-vratas, and Anu-vratas) MBh. Pur.
• (ā), f. Terminalia Chebula L.
• m. or n. (?) N. of a place Col.
⋙ śākakalambaka
○kalambaka m. leek, garlic L.
⋙ śākakāla
○kāla m. the Śāka era Jyot.
⋙ śākacukrikā
○cukrikā f. the tamarind L.
⋙ śākajagdha
○jagdha mf(ā or ī)n. Pāṇ. 4-1, 53 Sch.
⋙ śākajambu
○jambu N. of a place
○buka mfn. Pāṇ. 4-2, 119 Sch.
⋙ śākataru
○taru m. the Teak tree L.
• Capparis Trifoliata W.
⋙ śākadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of a teacher VBr.
⋙ śākadīkṣā
○dīkṣā f. (pl.) feeding only on vegetables MBh.
⋙ śākadvīpa
○dvīpa m. N. of a Dviipa ( above)
⋙ śākadvīpīya
○dvīpīya mf(ā)n. belonging to Śākadviipa MW.
⋙ śākanighaṇṭu
○nighaṇṭu m. N. of a glossary of plants by Sītā-rāma Śāstrin
⋙ śākapaṇa
○paṇa m. a handful of vegetables &c., a measure equal to a handful L.
⋙ śākapattra
○pattra n. a leaf of the Teak tree Suśr.
• (prob.) = pattra-śāka, vegetables consisting of leaves MārkP.
• m. Moringa Pterygosperma L.
⋙ śākapātra
○pātra n. a vessel for vegetables, vegetable dish MW.
⋙ śākapārthiva
○pārthiva m. a king who eats or enjoys vegetables (= śāka-bhojī pārthivaḥ) Pat. ('a king dear to the era', accord. to Siddh. on Pāṇ. 2-1, 69, 4. śāka)
⋙ śākapiṇḍī
○piṇḍī f. a mass of vegetables ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ śākapota
○pota m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
⋙ śākaprati
○prati ind. a little potherb (?) MW.
⋙ śākabāleya
○bāleya m. a partic. plant (= brahma-yaṣṭi) L.
⋙ śākabilva
○bilva or m. the egg-plant L. (cf. -vindaka)
⋙ śākabilvaka
○bilḍvaka m. the egg-plant L. (cf. -vindaka)
⋙ śākabhakṣa
○bhakṣa mfn. vegetarian
-tā f. vegetarianism Gaut.
⋙ śākabhava
○bhava m. N. of a Varsha in Plaksha-dviipa MārkP. [Page 1061, Column 3]
⋙ śākamṛṣa
○mṛṣa (?), m. or n. a species of plant Kauś. (vḷ. sāka-m○ and śāka-vṛṣa)
⋙ śākambharī
○m-bharī f. 'herb-nourishing', N. of a lake in Rājputāna (the modern Sāmbhar) Vās., Introd. Col.
• a form of Durgā MBh. Pur.
• N. of a place or town sacred to Durgā MBh.
• observances there in honour of Durgā (accord. to some) MW.
⋙ śākambharīya
○m-bharīya mfn. coming from Śākam-bharī Bhpr.
• n. a kind of fossil salt from the above lake W.
⋙ śākayogya
○yogya m. coriander L.
⋙ śākaracita
○racita mf(ā)n. composed of vegetables &c. VarBṛS.
⋙ śākarasa
○rasa m. edible vegetable juice MBh.
○sī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to turn into vegetable jṭjuice Kathās.
⋙ śākarāj
○rāj or m. 'king of vegṭvegetable', Chenopodium L.
⋙ śākarāja
○rāja m. 'king of vegṭvegetable', Chenopodium L.
⋙ śākavarṇa
○varṇa mfn. = śyāva Bhpr.
• m. N. of a king VP.
⋙ śākavāṭa
○vāṭa
⋙ śākavāṭaka
○vāḍṭaka m. or a vegṭvegetable garden Kathās.
⋙ śākavāṭikā
○vāḍṭikā f. a vegṭvegetable garden Kathās.
⋙ śākaviḍambaka
○viḍambaka mfn. disgracing (the name) śāka Kāv.
⋙ śākavindaka
○vindaka m. = -bilva L.
⋙ śākavīra
○vīra m. Chenopodium L.
• a species of purslain L.
⋙ śākavṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. the Teak tree L.
⋙ śākavṛṣa
○vṛṣa -mṛṣa
⋙ śākavrata
○vrata n. a partic. vow, abstinence from vegṭvegetable &c. MW.
⋙ śākaśākaṭa
○śākaṭa or n. a bed or field of vegṭvegetable L.
⋙ śākaśākina
○śākina n. a bed or field of vegṭvegetable L.
⋙ śākaśreṣṭha
○śreṣṭha m. 'best of herbs', the egg-plant L.
• a partic. medicinal plant used also as a potherb L.
• Hoya Viridifolia L.
• Chenopodium Album MW.
• (ā), f. the above medicinal plant Bhpr.
• = jīvantī
• = ḍoḍī
• the egg-plant MW.
⋙ śākahāra
○hāra wṛ. for śākâhāra (q.v.)
⋙ śākākhya
śākâkhya m. the Teak tree L.
• n. a vegetable, potherb MW.
⋙ śākāṅga
śākâṅga n. pepper L.
⋙ śākāda
śākâda m. 'eater of vegṭvegetable', N. of a man
• pl. his family Cat.
⋙ śākāmla
śākâmla n. the fruit of Garcinia Cambogia Kālac.
• the hog-plum L.
-bhedaka n. vinegar made from fruit (esp. from the tamarind-fruit) L.
-bhedana n. id. L.
• sorrel MW.
⋙ śākālābu
śākâlābu m. a species of cucumber L.
⋙ śākāśana
śākâśana mfn. feeding on vegetables Kathās. (wṛ. śākāsana)
⋙ śākāṣṭakā
śākâṣṭakā (cf. Cat.) or (cf. W.), f. the 8th day of the dark half of the month Phālguma (on which vegṭvegetable are offered to the Pitṛis)
⋙ śākāṣṭamī
śākâṣḍṭamī (cf. W.), f. the 8th day of the dark half of the month Phālguma (on which vegṭvegetable are offered to the Pitṛis)
⋙ śākāsana
śākāsana wṛ. for śākâśana Kathās.
⋙ śākāhāra
śākâhāra mfn. eating vegetables, living on vegetables Bhartṛ.
⋙ śākekṣu
śākêkṣu m. a species of sugar-cane L.
≫ śākaṭa 1
śākaṭa n. (ifc.) = next (cf. ikṣu-ś○)
≫ śākina 2
śākina n. (ifc
• for 1, col. 2) a field (cf. iksku-, 'a field of sugar-cane', mūla-, śāka-ś○)
≫ śākinī
śākinī f. (cf. under śākin) a field or land planted with vegetables or potherbs L.
≫ śākīya
śākīya mfn. g. utkarâdi
śāka 3
śāka m. N. of a man, g. kuñjâdi
≫ śākāyana
śākāyana śākāyanya
≫ śākāyanin
śākāyanín m. pī. (prob.) the followers of Śākāyanya ŚBr.
≫ śākāyanya
śākāyanya m. patr. fr. śāka g. kuñjâdi (pl. ○yanāḥ ib.)
śāka 4
śāka mfn. (fr. śaka) relating to the Śakas or Indoscythians
• m. n. (scil. saṃvatsara, abda &c.) the Śaka era (also śāka-kāla
śakak○) VarBṛS. Sch.
• (also) a general N. for any era
• (pl.) N. of a people (wṛ. for śaka) Buddh.
⋙ śākapārthiva
○pārthiva under 2. śāka
⋙ śākendra
śākêndra mfn. (a year) of a king of the Śākas Inscr.
≫ śākeya
śākeya m. pl. N. of a school L.
śākaṭa 2
śākaṭa mf(ī)n. (fr. śakaṭa) relating or belonging to a cart, going in a cart, drawing a cart, filling a cart &c. L.
• m. a draught-animal L.
• a cart-load L.
• Cordia Latifolia L.
⋙ śākaṭapotikā
○potikā f. Basella Rubra L.
⋙ śākaṭākhya
śākaṭâkhya m. a kind of tree MW.
≫ śākaṭāyana
śākaṭāyana m. (fr. śakaṭa) patr. of an ancient grammarian Prāt. Nir. Pāṇ.
• of a modern grammarian Gaṇar. Vop.
• of the author of a law-book ( -smṛti)
⋙ śākaṭāyanavyākaraṇa
○vyākaraṇa n. N. of a grammar (adopted by the Jaina community in opposition to the orthodox Ashṭâdhyāyī)
⋙ śākaṭāyanasmṛti
○smṛti f. the lawbook of ŚṭŚalkaṭalyana Hcat.
⋙ śākaṭāyanopaniṣadbhāṣya
śākaṭāyanôpaniṣad-bhāṣya (?), n. N. of a Comm. by Śaṃkarâcārya
≫ śākaṭāyani
śākaṭāyani m. a patr. (prob. = ○yana) Cat.
≫ śākaṭika
śākaṭika mfn. belonging to a cart or going in a cart W.
• m. a carter VarBṛS. Pañcat.
≫ śākaṭīkarṇa
śākaṭīkarṇa mfn. (fr. śakaṭī-karṇa), g. suvāstv-ādi
≫ śākaṭīna
śākaṭīna mfn. belonging or relating to a cart W.
• m. a cart-load (also as a measure of weight = 20 Tulās) L.
śākandhavya
śākandhavya m. patr. fr. śakandhu g. kurv-ādi. [Page 1062, Column 1]
śākaṃdheya
śākaṃdheya m. patr. fr. śakaṃdhi g. śubhrâdi
śākapūṇi
śākapūṇi m. (wṛ. śākapūrṇi
• fr. śakapūṇi) patr. of an ancient grammarian Nir. (cf. IW. 159)
śākarī
śākarī wṛ. for śākārī below
śākala
śā́kala mfn. (fr. śakala) dyed with the substance called Śakala Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 2
• relating to a piece or portion MW.
• derived from or belonging or relating to the Śākalas Mn. ix, 200 (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 128)
• m. or n. a chip, piece, fragment, splinter ŚBr. ŚrS.
• m. (scil. maṇi) an amulet made of chips of wood Kauś.
• N. of an ancient teacher Cat.
• a kind of serpent AitBr.
• (pl.) the Śākalas (i.e.) followers of Śākalya RPrāt. (g. kaṇvâdi)
• the inhabitants of the town Śākala MBh.
• n. the text or ritual of Śākalya AitBr. ĀśvGṛ. Pat.
• N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
• of a town of the Madras MBh. Kathās.
• of a village of the Bāhīkas Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 4
⋙ śākalaprātiśākhya
○prātiśākhya n. N. of the Ṛig-veda Prātiśākhya (ascribed to Śaunaka and handed down for the use of the Śākala school)
⋙ śākalaśākhā
○śākhā f. the Śākala branch or school of the RV. (the text of the Ṛig-veda as handed down by the Śākalas constituting the only extant version) IW. 150
⋙ śākalasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. the Śākala Saṃhitā
⋙ śākalasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of a law-book (also called śākalya-smṛti) Cat.
⋙ śākalahoma
○homa m. a partic. kind of oblation ib.
○mīya mfn. relating or belonging to the Śākalahoma Mn. xi, 256
≫ śākalaka
śākalaka mf(ikā)n. derived from or relating to the Śākalas Pāṇ. 4-3, 128
≫ śākali
śākali or m. (cf. śakalin) a fish Car.
⋙ śākalin
śākaḍlin m. (cf. śakalin) a fish Car.
≫ śākalika
śākalika mf(ī)n. dyed with the substance called Śakala Pāṇ. 4-2, 2 Vārtt. 1
• having a piece or portion, fragmentary W.
• relating to the town Śākala ib. iv, 2, 117 Sch.
≫ śākalya
śā́kalya m. patr. fr. śakala ŚBr.
• N. of an ancient grammarian and teacher Prāt. Nir. Pāṇ. &c. (who is held to be the arranger of the Pada text of the Ṛig-veda)
• of a poet Subh.
⋙ śākalyacarita
○carita n. N. of wk
⋙ śākalyapalya
○palya m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śākalyapitṛ
○pitṛ m. the father of ŚṭŚaákalya RPrāt.
⋙ śākalyamata
○mata n
⋙ śākalyasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f
⋙ śākalyasaṃhitāpariśiṣṭa
○saṃhitā-pariśiṣṭa n. N. of wks
≫ śākalyāyanī
śākalyāyanī f. of śākalya g. lohitâdi
śākārī
śākārī or śākārikā f. the dialect spoken by the Śakas or Śakāras ( 2. śakāra) Sāh. Mṛicch., Introd
śākuna 1
śākuna mfn. = parôttāpin L. ('repentant', 'regretful' W.)
śākuna 2
śākuna mf(ī)n. (fr. śakuna) derived from or relating to birds or omens Mn. MBh. &c
• having the nature of a bird Car.
• ominous, portentous W.
• m. a bird-catcher VarBṛS.
• augury, omen ib. R.
• N. of wk. by Vasanta-rāja (= śakunárṇava, q.v.)
⋙ śākunavicāra
○vicāra m
⋙ śākunaśāstrasāra
○śāstra-sāra m
⋙ śākunasāroddhāra
○sārôddhāra m. N. of wks
⋙ śākunasūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of a partic. hymn of the Ṛig-veda (= śakuna-s○)
≫ śākuni
śākuni m. 'a bird-catcher' or 'an augur' VP.
≫ śākunika
śākunika mfn. relating to birds or omens, ominous W.
• m. a fowler, bird-catcher Mn. MBh. &c
• a fisherman MaitrUp.
⋙ śākunikapraśna
○praśna m. N. of wk. on augury
≫ śākunikāyinī
śākunikāyinī f. a female poulterer (?) Divyâv.
≫ śākunin
śākunin m. a fisherman VarBṛS. (vḷ. śākuna)
• a partic. evil demon L.
≫ śākuneya
śākuneya mfn. relating to birds or omens MW.
• composed or written by Śakuni Cat.
• m. a small owl L.
• N. of a Muni Cat.
• patr. of the Asura Vṛika BhP.
śākuntaki
śākuntaki m. pl. (fr. śakunta, or śakuntaka) N. of a warrior-tribe, g. dāmany-ādi
≫ śākuntakīya
śākuntakīya m. a king of the Śākuntakis ib.
≫ śākuntika
śākuntika m. a fowler, bird-catcher Car.
≫ śākunteya
śākunteya m. N. of a physician ib.
śākuntala
śākuntala m. (fr. śakuntalā) metron. of Bharata (sovereign of India as son of Śakuntalā and Dushyanta) MBh.
• n. (accord. to some also ā f.) = next or the drama commonly called Śakuntalā or Abhijñāna-śakuntalam Mālatīm.
⋙ sākuntalopākhyāna
sākuntalôpâkhyāna n. the story of Śakuntalā and Dushyanta (constituting the episode in MBh. i, 2815-3125). [Page 1062, Column 2]
⋙ śākuntaleya
śākuntaleya m. metron. of Bharata (cf. above) L.
śākulādika
śākulādika mf(ā, or ī)n. (fr. śakulâda), g. kāśy-ādi
≫ sākulika
sākulika mfn. belonging to fish
• m. a fisherman Pāṇ. 4-4, 35 Sch.
• n. a multitude of fish L.
śākṛtka
śākṛtka mfn. (fr. śakṛt) Pāṇ. 7-3, 51 Sch.
śākoṭa
śākoṭa ○ṭaka wṛ. for śākh○
śākola
śākola m. the Amaranth creeper L.
śākkara
śākkara śākvara, col. 3
śākkī
śākkī f. N. of one of the five Vibhāshās or corrupt dialects Cat.
śākta
śākta mfn. (fr. śakti) relating to power or energy, relating to the Śakti or divine energy under its female personification Sarvad.
• m. a worshipper of that energy (especially as identified with Durgā, wife of Śiva
• the Śāktas form one of the principal sects of the Hindūs, their tenets being contained in the Tantras. and the ritual enjoined being of two kinds, the impurer called vāmâcāra, q.v., and the purer dakṣiṇâcāra, q.v.) RTL. 185 &c
• (○tá), m. a teacher, preceptor RV. vii, 103, 5
• patr. of Parāśara MBh. (C. śāktra)
• n. N. of a Sāman (prob. = śāktya, q.v.)
⋙ śāktakrama
○krama m
⋙ śāktatantra
○tantra n. N. of Tantra wks
⋙ śāktabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. N. of wk. by Abhinava-gupta
⋙ śāktamataratnasūtradīpikā
○mata-ratna-sūtra-dīpikā f
⋙ śāktasarvasva
○sarvasva n. N. of wks
⋙ śāktāgama
śāktâgama m. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ śāktānandataraṃgiṇī
śāktânanda-taraṃgiṇī f. N. of wk. compiled for the use of the Śāktas from the Tantras and Purāṇas
⋙ śāktābhiṣeka
śāktâbhiṣeka m. N. of wk
≫ śāktika
śāktika mf(ī)n. = śaktyā jīvati g. vetanâdi
• peculiar to the Śāktas Tantras.
• m. a worshipper of the Śakti ( śākta above) MW.
• a spearman ib.
≫ śāktīka
śāktīka mfn. belonging or relating to a spear, spearing, speared W.
• m. a spearman, lancer Śiś.
≫ śākteya
śākteya m. a worshipper of the Śakti ( above), VoP
• patr. of Parāśara MBh.
≫ śāktya
śāktya m. a worshipper of the Śakti W.
• (○tyá), m. patr. of Gaura-viiti AitBr. ŚBr. ŚrS.
• (also -sāman n.) N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.
≫ śāktyāyana
śāktyāyana m. patr. fr. śāktya (also pl.) Saṃskārak.
≫ śāktra
śāktra and m. patr. of Parāśara MBh. (C
⋙ śāktreya
śāktreya m. patr. of Parāśara MBh. (C
• cf. śākta, śānta, ○teya)
śākman
śā́kman n. (cf. śakman) 'power' or 'help' RV.
śākya
śākya mfn. derived or descended from the Śakas (= śakā abhijano'sya), g. śaṇḍikâdi
• m. N. of a tribe of landowners and Kshatriyas in Kapila-vastu (from whom Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, was descended) Buddh. MWB. 21, 22
• N. of Gautama Buddha himself Nyāyam.
• of his father Śuddhodana (son of Saṃjaya) Pur.
• a Buddhist mendicant VarBṛS.
• patr. fr. śaka g. gargâdi
• patr. fr. śāka, or śākin g. kurv-ādi
⋙ śākyakīrti
○kīrti m. 'glory of the Śākyas', N. of a teacher Buddh.
⋙ śākyaketu
○ketu m. 'star of the Śākyas', N. of Gautama Buddha ib.
⋙ śākyapāla
○pāla m. N. of a king Rājat.
⋙ śākyapuṃgava
○puṃgava m. 'Śākyas bull', N. of Gautama Buddha Buddh.
⋙ śākyaputrīya
○putrīya m. a Buddhist monk Hcar.
⋙ śākyaprabha
○prabha m. N. of a scholar Buddh.
⋙ śākyabuddha
○buddha m. = -muni ib.
⋙ śākyabuddhi
○buddhi m. N. of a scholar ib. (wṛ. -bodhi)
⋙ śākyabodhisattva
○bodhi-sattva m. = -muni ib.
⋙ śākyabhikṣu
○bhikṣu m. a Buddhist monk or mendicant VarBṛS.
⋙ śākyabhikṣuka
○bhikṣuka m. id
• (ī), f. a Buddhist nun Daś.
⋙ śākyamati
○mati m. N. of a scholar Buddh.
⋙ śākyamahābala
○mahā-bala m. N. of a king ib.
⋙ śākyamitra
○mitra m. N. of a scholar ib.
⋙ śākyamuni
○muni m. 'Śākya sage', N. of Gautama Buddha ib. Kād. Hcar. &c. (also -buddha)
⋙ śākyarakṣita
○rakṣita m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śākyavaṃśa
○vaṃśa m. the Śākyas family Buddh.
○śâvatīrṇa m. 'incarnate in the Śākyas family', N. of Gautama Buddha ib.
⋙ śākyavardha
○vardha m. = (or wṛ. for) -vardhana
• n. N. of a temple Divyâv.
⋙ śākyaśāsana
○śāsana n. the doctrine or teaching of Gautama Buddha Hcar.
⋙ śākyaśramaṇa
○śramaṇa or m. a Buddhist monk Mṛicch. (in Prākṛit)
⋙ śākyaśramaṇaka
○śramaḍṇaka m. a Buddhist monk Mṛicch. (in Prākṛit)
⋙ śākyaśravaṇa
○śravaṇa
m. id. VarBṛS. Sch. (prob. wṛ. for śramaṇa)
⋙ śākyaśrī
○śrī m. N. of a teacher Buddh.
⋙ śākyasiṃha
○siṃha m. 'Śakya lion', N. of Gautama Buddha ib. Rājat.
≫ śākyāyanīya
śākyāyanīya m. pl. N. of a school L. (prob. wṛ. for śākāy○). [Page 1062, Column 3]
śākra
śākra mf(ī)n. (fr. śakra) relating or belonging or sacred to or addressed to Indra MBh. VarBṛS. Kathās.
• (ī), f. Indra's wife (also applied to Durgā) Pur.
• n. the Nakshatra Jyeshṭhā (presided over by Indra) VarBṛS.
≫ śākrīya
śākrīya mfn. = śākra (-dis f. 'Indra's quarter', the east) Śatr.
śākvara
śākvará mfn. (fr. śakvara) mighty, powerful, strong (applied to Indra, the thunderbolt &c.) VS. AV. TBr.
• relating to the Sāman Śakvara (or to the Śakvarī verses) TS. TBr.
• an imaginary kind of Soma Suśr. (wṛ. śāṃkara)
• m. a bull, ox Hcar.
• n. a kind of observance or ceremony, ŚaṅkhGṛ
• N. of a Sāman (one of the six chief forms, based upon the Śakvarī verses) ĀrshBr.
⋙ śākvaragarbha
○garbha mfn. containing the Sāman Śakvara ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ śākvarapathyā
○pathyā f. a kind of metre Śiś. Sch.
⋙ śākvarapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha mfn. having the Sāman Śiś. for a Pṛishṭha (q.v.) ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ śākvaravarṇa
○varṇa n. N. of a Sāman (comprising the verses RV. ix, 61, 10-12) ĀrshBr.
≫ śākvarya
śākvarya n. (fr. śākvara), g. purohitâdi
śākh
śākh (prob. artificial
√.ślākh), cl. 1. P. śākhati, to embrace, pervade Dhātup. v, 12
≫ śākha
śākha m. N. of a manifestation of Skanda or of his son MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• Pongamia Glabra L.
• m. or n. N. of a place Cat.
• (ā), f. next
≫ śākhā
śā́khā f. (ifc. f. ā or ī) a branch (lit. and fig.) RV. &c. &c
• a limb of the body, arm or leg Suśr.
• a finger Naigh. ii, 5
• the surface of the body Car.
• a door-post VarBṛS. (cf. dvāra-ś○)
• the wing of a building MārkP.
• a division, subdivision MBh. BhP.
• the third part of an astrological Saṃhitā (also ○khā-skandha, m.) VarBṛS.
• a branch or school of the Veda (each school adhering to its own traditional text and interpretation
• in the Caraṇa-vyūha, a work by Śaunaka treating of these various schools, five Śākhās are enumerated of the Ṛig-veda, viz. those of the Śākalas, Bāshkalas, Āśvalāyanas, Śāṅkhāyanas, and Māṇḍukāyanas
• forty-two or forty-four out of eighty-six of the Yajur-veda, fifteen of which belong to the Vājasaneyins, including those of the Kāṇvas and Mādhyaṃdinas
• twelve out of a thousand said to have once existed of the Sāma-veda and nine of the Atharva-veda
• of all these, however, the Ṛig-veda is said to be now extant in one only, viz. the Śākala-śākhā, the Yajur-veda in five and partially in six, the Sāma-veda in one or perhaps two, and the Atharva-veda in one: although the words caraṇa and śākhā are sometimes used synonymously, yet caraṇa properly applies to the sect or collection of persons united in one school, and śākhā to the traditional text followed, as in the phrase śākhām adhīte, he recites a particular version of the Veda) Prāt. Mn. MBh. &c
• a branch of any science Car.
• a year Śrīkaṇṭh.
• = pakṣântara L.
• = antika L.
⋙ śākhākaṇṭa
○kaṇṭa m. Euphorbia Nerifolia or Antiquorum L.
⋙ śākhāṅga
○"ṣṅga (○khâṅ○), n. a limb of the body Yājñ.
⋙ śākhācaṅkramaṇa
○caṅkramaṇa n. skipping from branch to branch, desultory study MW.
⋙ śākhācandranyāya
○candra-nyāya m. rule of the moon on a bough (a phrase denoting that an object seen or matter discussed has its position or relation assigned to it merely from the appearance of contiguity) ib.
⋙ śākhāda
○"ṣda (○khâda), mfn. branch-eating
• m. N. of a class of animals (such as goats, elephants &c.) Car.
⋙ śākhādaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. = -raṇḍa L.
⋙ śākhādhyetṛ
○ḍdhyetṛ (○khâdh○), m. the reciter of a Śākhā, follower of any partic. text of the Veda MW.
⋙ śākhānagara
○nagara (cf. MBh. Hariv.) or (cf. MBh. MārkP.), n. 'branch-town', a suburb
⋙ śākhānagaraka
○nagaḍraka (cf. MBh. MārkP.), n. 'branch-town', a suburb
⋙ śākhāntaga
○"ṣntaga (○khân○), mfn. one who has finished one Śākhā Mn. iii, 145
⋙ śākhāntara
○"ṣntara (○khân○), n. another Vedic school Āpast. R. &c
⋙ śākhāntarīya
○"ṣntarīya (○khân○), mfn. belonging to another Vedic school Bādar. Sch. Madhus.
-karman n. the (rule of) action belṭbelonging to another Vedic school MW.
⋙ śākhāpavitra
○pavitra n. a means or instrument of purification fastened to a branch ĀpŚr. KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ śākhāpaśu
○paśu m. a victim tied to a branch (instead of to a sacrificial post) ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ śākhāpitta
○pitta n. inflammation of the extremities (i.e. the hands, feet &c.) L.
⋙ śākhāpura
○pura n. or = -nagara L.
⋙ śākhāpurī
○purī f. = -nagara L.
⋙ śākhāpuṣpapalāśavat
○puṣpa-palāśa-vat mfn. having branches and blossoms and leaves MBh.
⋙ śākhāprakṛti
○prakṛti f. pl. the eight remoter princes to be considered in time of war (opp. to mūla-prakṛti) Kull. on Mn. vii, 157
⋙ śākhābāhu
○bāhu m. a branch-like (i.e. slender) arm Śak.
⋙ śākhābhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'branch-bearer', a tree Kir.
⋙ śākhābheda
○bheda m. difference of (Vedic) school W.
⋙ śākhāmaya
○maya mf(ī)n. (ifc.) consisting of branches of Daś.
⋙ śākhāmṛga
○mṛga m. 'branch-animal', a monkey MBh. R. VarBṛS. &c. [Page 1063, Column 1]
• a squirrel W.
-gaṇâyuta mfn. filled with or possessed of troops of monkeys MW.
-tva n. the condition or nature of a monkey R.
○gânīka-pati m. 'lord of troops of monkeys', N. of Sugrīva MW.
⋙ śākhāmlā
○"ṣmlā (○khâm○), f. a kind of plant (= vṛkṣâmlā) MW.
⋙ śākhāraṇḍa
○raṇḍa m. a man who is faithless or a traitor to his Śākhā, i.e. a Brāhman who has deserted his own Vedic school L. (cf. -daṇḍa)
⋙ śākhārathyā
○rathyā f. a branch-road, side-road, DeviiP.
⋙ śākhāvāta
○vāta m. pain in the limbs Suśr.
⋙ śākhāvilīna
○vilīna mfn. settled or sitting on branches (said of birds) Kathās.
⋙ śākhāśiphā
○śiphā f. 'branches-√', a √growing from a branches (as in the Indian Banyan tree, = avaroha) L.
• a creeper growing upwards from the √of a tree (accord. to some) MW.
⋙ śākhāśraya
○"ṣśraya (○khâś○), m. attachment to a Śākhā, adherence to a partic. school ib.
⋙ śākhāsamāna
○samāna N. of wk
⋙ śākhāstha
○stha mfn. standing or being on brṭbranches (of trees) R.
⋙ śākhāsthi
○"ṣsthi (○khâs○), n. a bone of the arm or leg, a long bone L.
≫ śākhāla
śākhāla m. Calamus Rotang L.
≫ śākhi
śākhi m. pl. N. of a people (= turuṣka
next.) L.
≫ śākhin
śākhín mfn. provided with branches Yājñ. MBh. Hariv.
• separated into schools (said of the Veda) BhP.
• adhering to a partic. Vedic school Kull. TPrāt. Sch.
• m. a tree Suparṇ. MBh. Kāv. &c
• a Veda which exists in various schools L.
• the follower of any Vedic school Bādar. Sch.
• Salvadora Persica L.
• N. of a king L.
• pl. N. of a people (= turuṣka
• cf. śākhi) L.
≫ śākhila
śākhila m. N. of a man Kathās.
≫ śākhīya
śākhīya mfn. (ifc.) belonging to a branch or school of the Veda BṛĀrUp.
≫ śākhya
śākhya mfn. resembling a branch Pāṇ. 5-3, 103
• belonging to the branch of a tree, branching, ramifying (lit. and fig.) W.
śākhoṭa
śākhoṭa or ○ṭaka m. Trophis Aspera (a small, crooked, ugly tree) Bhpr.
śāṃkara
śāṃkara mf(ī)n. (fr. śaṃ-kara) relating or belonging to Śiva Kathās.
• relating to or derived from or composed by Śaṃkarâcārya Sarvad. Cat.
• m. a bull W.
• a follower of Śaṃkaracārya MW.
• (ī), f. below
• n. the Nakshatra Ārdrā (presided over by Śiva) VarYogay.
⋙ śāṃkarabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. N. of a Brāhmaṇa
≫ śāṃkari
śāṃkari m. patr. of Skanda Bālar.
• of Gaṇêśa L.
• fire W.
• a Muni ib.
≫ śāṃkarī
śāṃkarī f. Śiva's arrangement of the letters, the Śiva-sūtra Cat.
• the commentary of Śaṃkara-miśra ib.
⋙ śāṃkarīkroḍa
○kroḍa m
⋙ śāṃkarīratnamālā
○ratnamālā f. N. of wks
≫ śāṃkarīya
śāṃkarīya n. N. of wk
śāṅkavya
śāṅkavya m. a patr. fr. śaṅku g. gargâdi and kurv-ādi
≫ śāṅkavyāyanī
śāṅkavyāyanī f. of śāṅkavya g. lohitâdi
≫ śāṅkuka
śāṅkuka m. N. of a poet Rājat.
≫ śāṅkupathika
śāṅkupathika mfn. (fr. śaṅku-patha) Pāṇ. 5-1, 77 Vārtt. 2
≫ śāṅkura
śāṅkurá m. (applied to the penis) AV.
śāṅkucī
śāṅkucī f. the skate fish (cf. śaṅkuci, sāṃkuci) W.
śāṅkha
śāṅkha mf(ī)n. (fr. śaṅkhá) relating to or made of a conch or any shell
• n. the sound of a conch-shell L.
≫ śāṅkhamitra
śāṅkhamitra m. patr. fr. śaṅkha-mitra Pravar.
≫ śāṅkhamitri
śāṅkhamitri m. (patr. fr. id.) N. of a grammarian APrāt. Sch.
≫ śāṅkhalikhita
śāṅkhalikhita mfn. composed by Śaṅkha and Likhita (q.v.) Parāś.
≫ śāṅkhāyana
śāṅkhāyana m. (patr. fr. śaṅkha), N. of a teacher (author of a Brāhmaṇa and two Sūtras, pl. his descendants or followers) TPrāt.
• mfn. relating &c. to Śāṅkhāyana Cat.
• n. Śāṅkhāyana's work ĀśvGṛ.
⋙ śāṅkhāyanagṛhyasūtra
○gṛhya-sūtra n. the Gṛihya-sūtras ascribed to Śāṅkhāyana
⋙ śāṅkhāyanacaraṇa
○caraṇa m. or n. N. of a Caraṇa of the Ṛig-veda
⋙ śāṅkhāyanabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. the Brāhmaṇa of Śāṅkhāyana (also called Kaushītaki-brṭbrāhmaṇa)
⋙ śāṅkhāyanaśrautasūtra
○śrauta-sūtra n. the
⋙ śāṅkhāyanaśrautasūtra
○śrauta-sūtra n. the Śrauta-sūtra of Śāṅkhāyana
⋙ śāṅkhāyanāraṇyaka
śāṅkhāyanâraṇyaka n
⋙ śāṅkhāyanāraṇyakopaniṣad
śāṅkhāyanâraṇyaḍkôpaniṣad f. N. of wks
⋙ śāṅkhāyanāhnika
śāṅkhāyanâhnika n. N. of wk. by Acala
≫ śāṅkhāyanin
śāṅkhāyanin m. pl. the pupils of Śāṅkhāyana MW.
≫ śāṅkhāyanya
śāṅkhāyanya m. patr. fr. śāṅkhāyana g. kuñjâdi
≫ śāṅkhika
śāṅkhika mf(ī)n. made from or relating to a conch-shell or to any shell, shelly W. [Page 1063, Column 2]
• m. a shellblower or player on the conch-shell Śiś.
• a shellcutter, worker or dealer in shells (constituting a partic. caste called Śāṅkhāri) L.
≫ śāṅkhina
śāṅkhina m. patr. fr. śaṅkhin Pāṇ. 6-4, 166 Sch.
≫ śāṅkhya
śāṅkhya mfn. made or prepared from shells Suśr.
• born in Śaṅkha, g. śaṇḍikâdi
• m. patr. fr. śaṅkha g. gargâdi
śāṅguṣṭhā
śāṅguṣṭhā vḷ. for sâṅguṣṭhā
śāci 1
śāci m. pl. (perhaps connected with 2. śāka) barley or other grain which has the husk removed and is coarsely ground VS. (cf. Mahīdh.)
śāci 2
śāci (prob. fr. √śac = śak), and having the sense of 'strong' in the following compounds
⋙ śācigu
○gu mfn. (prob.) going or advancing strongly (fr., gu = ga [cf. adhri-gu] Sāy. 'having strong cattle or clearly manifested rays', fr. gu = go) RV. viii, 17, 12
⋙ śācipūjana
○pūjana mfn. (prob.) having earnest worship ib.
śāṭa
śāṭa m. (fr. √śaṭ?) a strip of cloth, a kind of skirt or petticoat, a partic. sort of garment or gown Vas. Cāṇ.
• (ī), f. below
≫ śāṭaka
śāṭaka m. n. = śāṭa Kāv. Kathās. &c
• (ikā), f. id. Divyâv.
≫ śāṭi
śāṭi f. id. SaddhP.
≫ śāṭī
śāṭī f. id. MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ śāṭīpaṭīra
○paṭīra n
⋙ śāṭīpaṭṭika
○paṭṭika n
⋙ śāṭīpicchaka
○picchaka n
⋙ śāṭīpracchada
○pracchada n. g. gavâśvâdi
≫ śāṭīya
śāṭīya tāmra-ś○
śāṭya
śāṭya mfn. born in Śaṭa, g. śaṇḍikâdi
• patr. fr. śata g. gargâdi
≫ śāṭyāyana
śāṭyāyana m. (patr. fr. śāṭya) N. of a teacher and author of various wks. ( below)
• pl. 'the followers of Śāṭyāyana' ĀśvGṛ. R. &c
• (ī), f. N. of an Upanishad
• n. an oblation for remedying anything wrong in the performance of an act or rite (cf. -homa)
• mf(ī)n. of or belonging to Śāṭyāyana or the ŚṭŚāṭyāyana-brāhmaṇa MW.
⋙ śāṭyāyanagotra
○gotra n. the family of ŚṭŚāṭyāyana R.
⋙ śāṭyāyanabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. the Brāhmana of Śāṭyāyana ŚrS.
⋙ śāṭyāyanasmṛti
○smṛti f. the law-book of ŚṭŚāṭyāyana Hcat.
⋙ śāṭyāyanahoma
○homa m. N. of a partic. oblation (cf. above) Tithyād.
≫ śāṭyāyanaka
śāṭyāyanaka n. the Brāhmaṇa of Śāṭyāyana or a passage from it ŚrS.
≫ śāṭyāyani
śā́ṭyāyani m. patr. of the author of a law-book ŚBr. (cf. g. tikâdi)
≫ śāṭyāyanin
śāṭyāyanin m. pl. the followers of Śāṭyāyana (N. of a Sākhā of the Yajur-veda) Lāṭy. Śāy.
≫ śāṭyāyanīyopaniṣad
śāṭyāyanī7yôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanisbad
≫ śāṭyāyanyupaniṣad
śāṭyāyany-upaniṣad f. id
śāṭha
śāṭha m. (prob. patr. fr. śaṭha), kaṭha-ś○
≫ śāṭhāyana
śāṭhāyana next
≫ śāṭhāyanya
śāṭhāyanya m. patr. fr. śaṭha (pl. ○yanāḥ), g. kuñjâdi
≫ śāṭhin
śāṭhin kāṭha-ś○
≫ śāṭhya
śāṭhya n. wickedness, deceit, guile, roguery, dishonesty MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ śāṭhyavat
○vat mfn. deceitful, wicked, dishonest VarBṛS.
≫ śāṭhyāyanīya
śāṭhyāyanīya m. pl. N. of a Śākhā or school MW. (prob. wṛ. for śāṭy○)
śāṭhara
śāṭhara m. a patr. Saṃskārak.
śāḍ
śāḍ cl. 1. Ā. śāḍate, to praise Dhātup. viii, 37
śāḍava
śāḍava m.= ṣāḍava Harav. (cf. phala-ś○)
śāḍbala
śāḍbala or śāḍvala, śādvala
śāṇa 1
śāṇa m. (or ā, f
• fr. √śo, cf. śāna) a whetstone, grindstone, touchstone Kāv. Rājat.
• a saw L.
⋙ śāṇājīva
śāṇâjīva m. 'living by a whetstone', an armourer L.
⋙ śāṇāśmaka
śāṇâśmaka or n. a whetstone, grindstone, touchstone Kāv.
⋙ śāṇāśman
śāṇâśman n. a whetstone, grindstone, touchstone Kāv.
○śma-gharṣaṇa n. rubbing (anything) on a touchstone ib.
⋙ śāṇopala
śāṇôpala m. a whetstone ib.
≫ śāṇita
śāṇita mfn. sharpened on a grindstone, whetted, ground L.
śāṇa 2
śāṇa m. (or ā f.) a weight of four Māshas Hariv. Bhpr.
⋙ śāṇapāda
○pāda m. a quarter of a Śāṇa (i.e. a Māsha) Car.
⋙ śāṇapramaṇa
○pramaṇa mfn. weighing a Śāṇa Hariv. [Page 1063, Column 3]
⋙ śāṇika
śāṇika mfn. weighing a Śāṇa Bhpr.
≫ śāṇya
śāṇya dvi-ś○
śāṇa 3
śāṇá mf(ī)n. (fr. śaṇa) made of hemp or Bengal flax, hempen, flaxen ŚBr. &c. &c
• m. or n. a hempen garment Gaut.
• (ī), f. below
⋙ śāṇavāsa
○vāsa or m. N. of an Arhat L.
⋙ śāṇavāsika
○vāsika m. N. of an Arhat L.
≫ śāṇaka
śāṇaka m. or n. a hempen cloth or garment Lalit.
⋙ śāṇakavāsa
○vāsa m. = śāṇa-vāsa Buddh.
≫ śāṇavatya
śāṇavatya m. pl. N. of a people MBh.
≫ śāṇi
śāṇi m. Corchorus Olitorius (a plant from the fibres of which a coarse cloth or cordage is prepared) L.
≫ śāṇī
śāṇī f. a hempen cloth or garment MBh.
• ragged or torn raiment, the tattered clothes of a Jain ascetic L.
• a single breadth of cloth given to a student at his investiture W.
• a small tent or screen ib.
• gesture, gesticulation ib.
śāṇīra
śāṇīra n. = śaṇīra L.
śāṇḍa
śāṇḍa in. (patr. fr. śaṇḍa) N. of a man RV.
• of the father of Lakshmī-dhara Cat.
⋙ śāṇḍadūrvā
○dūrvā́ f. a kind of plant AV. (vḷ. pākadūrvā́)
śāṇḍākī
śāṇḍākī f. a kind of animal Car.
≫ śāṇḍika
śāṇḍika m. an animal living in holes ib. (vḷ. śāṭuka)
śāṇḍikya
śāṇḍikya mfn. born in Śaṇḍika Pāṇ. 4-3, 92
śāṇḍila
śāṇḍila mfn. derived from or enjoined by Śāṇḍilya &c. ŚBr. Lāṭy.
• m. pl. the descendants of Śaṇḍila TĀr. ĀśvŚr. (cf. g. kaṇvâdi)
• (sg.) wṛ. for śaṇḍila, or śāṇḍilya
• (ī), f. next
≫ śāṇḍilī
śāṇḍilī f. N. of a Brāhmaṇī (worshipped as the mother of Agni) MBh. Hariv.
⋙ śāṇḍilīputra
○pútra (śā́ṇḍilī-), m. N. of a teacher ŚBr.
• (prob.) of Agni Cat.
⋙ śāṇḍilīmātṛ
○mātṛ f. the mother of Śāṇḍilī Pañcat.
≫ śāṇḍileya
śāṇḍileya m. metron. fr. śāṇḍilī, (prob.) N. of Agni Cat.
≫ śāṇḍilya
śāṇḍilya mfn. derived from or composed by Śāṇḍilya &c. Cat.
• m. patr. fr. śaṇḍila g. gargâdi
• N. of various teachers, authors &c. (esp. of a Muni or sage from whom one of the three principal families of the Kanouj or Kānyakubja Brāhmans is said to be descended
• he is the author of a law-book and of the Bhakti-sūtra or aphorisms enjoining 'love or devotion to God' as one of the three means of salvation - a doctrine said to have been formulated in the 12th century
bhakti RTL. 63)
• of Agni Hariv.
• Aegle Marmelos Bhpr.
• n. N. of various wks. of Śāṇḍilya (esp. = -sūtra and = ○lyôpaniṣad)
⋙ śāṇḍilyagṛhya
○gṛhya n. the Gṛihya-sūtra of Śāṇḍilya ĀpŚr. Sch.
⋙ śāṇḍilyagotra
○gotra n. the family of ŚṭŚalṇḍilya MW.
⋙ śāṇḍilyaputra
○putra m. N. of a teacher ĀrshBr.
⋙ śāṇḍilyalakṣmaṇa
○lakṣmaṇa m. N. of a Commentator Sch.
⋙ śāṇḍilyavidyā
○vidyā f. the doctrine of SṭŚāṇḍilya (in the ChUp.)
⋙ śāṇḍilyasūtra
○sūtra n. the aphorisms of ŚṭŚāṇḍilya ( above)
-pravacana n. -bhāṣya n. -vyākhyā, f
○trī-bhāṣya n. N. of Comms. on the above wk
○trīya mfn. relating to it Cat.
⋙ śāṇḍilyasmṛti
○smṛti f. the law-book of ŚṭŚāṇḍilya
⋙ śāṇḍilyopaniṣad
śāṇḍilyôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
≫ śāṇḍilyāyana
śāṇḍilyāyana m. (patr. fr. śāṇḍilya) N. of a teacher ŚBr. Lāṭy.
≫ sāṇḍilyāyanaka
sāṇḍilyāyanaka mfn. (fr. prec.), g. arīhaṇâdi
śāta 1
śātá mfn. (fr. √śo
• cf. śita) sharpened, whetted, sharp Kathās. Rājat.
• thin, feeble, slender, emaciated Hariv. Kāv. VarBṛS.
• n. the thorn-apple MW.
⋙ śātaśikha
○śikha mfn. sharp-pointed W.
⋙ śātaśṛṅgin
○śṛṅgin m. N. of a mountain MārkP.
⋙ śātātapa
śātâtapa m. N. of a lawgiver (cf. vṛddha-ś○
-smṛti f. Śātá's law-book
○pīya mfn. composed by Śātá Cat.
⋙ śātodara
śātôdara mf(ī)n. thin-waisted, slender Kāv. VarBṛS.
-tva n. thinness, slenderness Hariv.
≫ śātana 1
śātana n. the act of sharpening or wetting MW.
• sharpness, thinness ib.
śāta 2
śāta m. (fr. √2. śad) falling out or decaying (of nails, hair &c.) Suśr.
≫ śātana 2
śātana mf(ī)n. causing to fall or decay, felling, destroying, hewing or cutting off Nir. Kāv. Kathās.
• n. the act of causing to fall &c
• cutting or plucking off L.
• destroying, ruining MārkP.
• polishing, planing MārkP.
• a means of removing or destroying Suśr. ŚārṅgS. (cf. garbha-ś○). [Page 1064, Column 1]
≫ śātita
śātita mfn. caused to fall, overthrown, destroyed, cut off &c. MBh.
≫ śātin
śātin mfn. cut off (ifc.) Ragh.
śāta 3
śāta n. joy, pleasure, happiness L.
• mfn. handsome, bright, happy W.
śāta 4
śāta Vṛiddhi form of śata, in comp
⋙ śātakumbha
○kumbha n. (fr. śata-kumbhā) gold MBh. R. &c
• mfn. golden ib.
• m. Nerium Odorum L.
• the thorn-apple L.
-drava n. melted gold Ml.
-maya mf(ī)n. made or consisting of gold, golden MBh. Hariv. R.
⋙ śātakaumbha
○kaumbha mfn. (fr. śātakumbha) golden ib.
• n. gold ib.
-maya mf(ī)n. golden BhP.
⋙ śātakratava
○kratava mf(ī)n. (fr. śatá-kratu) relating to Indra (with śarâsana n. a rainbow Vcar.
• with āśā f. the east Kād.)
⋙ śātadvāreya
○dvāreya m. patr. fr. śata-dvāra g. śubhrâdi
⋙ śātapata
○pata mfn. (fr. śata-pati), g. aśvapaty-ādi
⋙ śātapattra
○pattra mfn. (fr. śata-pattra), g. śarkarâdi
⋙ śātapattraka
○pattraka m. or (fr. id.) moonlight L.
⋙ śātapattrakī
○pattraḍkī f. (fr. id.) moonlight L.
⋙ śātapatha
○patha mf(ī)n. relating or belonging to or based upon the Śatapatha-brāhmaṇa Kāś. Śaṃk.
• = śatapatha-br○ Hcat.
○thika m. an adherent or teacher of the ŚBr. L.
⋙ śātaparṇeya
○parṇeya m. patr. fr. śata-parṇa ŚBr.
⋙ śātaputraka
○putraka n. (fr. śata-putra) the possession of a hundred sons, g. manojñâdi
⋙ śātabhiṣa
○bhiṣa mf(ī)n. born under the Nakshatra Śata-bhishaj Pāṇ. 4-2, 7 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
⋙ śātabhiṣaja
○bhiṣaja mf(ī)n. id. ib.
⋙ śātabhīru
○bhīru m. (fr. śata-bhīru) a kind of Mallikā or Arabian jasmine L.
⋙ śātamanyava
○manyava mf(ī)n. (fr. śata-manyu) relating or belonging to Indra Kir. (with āśā f. the eastern quarter Hcar.)
⋙ śātamāna
○māna mf(ī) n. (fr. śata-māna) bought with the measure of one hundred Pāṇ. 5-1, 27
⋙ śātarātrika
○rātrika mfn. (fr. śata-rātra) relating to the ceremony of a hundred nights (or days) KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ śātavaneya
○vaneyá m. patr. fr. śata-vani RV.
⋙ śātaśūrpa
○śūrpa m. (fr. śata-śūrpa) N. of a man Nid.
⋙ śātahrada
○hrada mfn. (fr. śata-hrada) relating or belonging to lightning Ragh.
śātaka
śātaka m. pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. (vḷ.)
śātakarṇi
śātakarṇi or ○ṇin m. (fr. śatakarṇa or śāta-k○) N. of various kings Ragh. Pur.
• of an author Cat.
śātapanta
śā́tapanta (only du. ○nta
• prob. wṛ.) RV. x, 106, 5
śātalā
śātalā f. vḷ. for sātalā, q.v
śātaleya
śātaleya m. patr. fr. śatala g. śubhrâdi
śātavāhana
śātavāhana m. N. of a king (= śāli-vāhana) Kathās.
śātātapa
śātâtapa under 1. śāta
śātāhara
śātāhara m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi
≫ śātāhareya
śātāhareya m. patr. fr. prec. ib.
śātra
śātra n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr.
śātrava
śātrava mf(ī)n. (fr. śatru) belonging to an enemy, hostile, inimical R. Ragh.
• m. an enemy MBh. Kāv.
• n. enmity, hostility L.
• a multitude of enemies L.
⋙ śātraveṅgita
śātravêṅgita n. an enemy's intention MW.
≫ śātravīya
śātravīya mfn. relating to an enemy, inimical Śiś.
≫ śātruṃtapi
śātruṃtapi m. pl. (fr. śatruṃ-tapa) N. of a people or community, g. dāmany-ādi
≫ śātruṃtapīya
śātruṃtapīya m. a king or chief of the Śātruṃtapis ib.
śātvala
śātvala m. pl. N. of a Śākhā or Vedic school MW.
śāda
śā́da m. (fr. √2. śad, 2. śāta) falling off, dropping ( parṇa-ś○)
• young grass RV. VS.
• mud, slime L.
• = rakṣas Sāy. on RV. ix, 15, 6
• (ā), f. a brick Gobh.
⋙ śādaharita
○harita mfn. green or fresh with young grass L.
≫ śādvala
śādvala mfn. (often written śāḍvala
cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 88) abounding in fresh or green grass, grassy, verdant, green
• n. sg. and pl. (L. also m
• ifc. f. ā) a place abounding in young grass, grassy spot, turf GṛS. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• m. a bull L. (written śāḍvala)
⋙ śādvalavat
○vat mfn. covered with grass, grassy PārGṛ.
⋙ śādvalasthalī
○sthalī f. a grassy spot, grass-plot MW.
⋙ śādvalābha
śādvalâbha m. a partic. green insect Suśr. [Page 1064, Column 2]
⋙ śādvalita
śādvalita n. the being covered with grass BhP.
≫ śādvalin
śādvalin mfn. covered with grass, grassy, green R.
śān
śān (for √śo), only in Desid. Ā. śīśāṃsate, to whet, sharpen Dhātup. xxiii, 26 (cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 6)
≫ śāna
śāna m. (cf. 1. śāṇa) a whetstone, grindstone, touchstone L.
• (ī), f. a sort of cucumber or colocynth L.
⋙ śānapāda
○pāda m. N. of the Pāripātra mountain MW.
• a stone for grinding sandal ib.
≫ śāni
śāni f. Siddh.
≫ śānita
śānita mfn. (cf. śāṇita) whetted, sharpened (compar. -tara) Kāv.
≫ śānīya
śānīya mfn. to be whetted or sharpened Pat.
≫ śānta 1
śānta mfn. (perhaps always wṛ. for 1. śāta, q.v.) = śānita L.
• thin, slender Hariv. R. (cf. Sch.)
⋙ śāntodara
śāntôdara mfn. (for śātodara, q.v.) slender-waisted (-tva, n.) Hariv. VarBṛS.
śānac
śānac (in gram.), a technical term for the Kṛit affixes āna, or amāna (used in forming present participles Ātmane-pada when the radical syllable is accentuated, or for āna substituted for hi, the affix of the 2. sg. Impv.)
śānila
śānila m. N. of a man Cat.
śānaiścara
śānaiścara mfn. (fr. śanaiś-cara) relating to Saturn or to his day, falling on a Saturday Vet.
śānta 2
śāntá mfn. (fr. √1. śam) appeased, pacified, tranquil, calm, free from passions, undisturbed Up. MBh. &c
• soft, pliant Hariv.
• gentle, mild, friendly, kind, auspicious (in augury
• opp. to dīpta) AV. &c. &c
• abated, subsided, ceased, stopped, extinguished, averted (śāntam or dhik śāntam or śāntam pāpam, may evil or sin be averted! may God forfend! Heaven forbid! not so!) ŚBr. MBh. Kāv. &c
• rendered ineffective, innoxious, harmless (said of weapons) MBh. R.
• come to an end, gone to rest, deceased, departed, dead, died out ib. Ragh. Rājat.
• purified, cleansed W.
• m. an ascetic whose passions are subdued W.
• tranquillity, contentment (as one of the Rasas, q.v.)
• N. of a son of Day MBh.
• of a son of Manu Tāmasa MārkP.
• of a son of Śambara Hariv.
• of a son of Idhma-jihva BhP.
• of a son of Āpa VP.
• of a Devaputra Lalit.
• (ā), f. (in music) a partic. Śruti Saṃgīt.
• Emblica Officinalis L.
• Prosopis Spicigera and another species L.
• a kind of Dūrvā grass L.
• a partic. drug (= reṇukā) L.
• N. of a daughter of Daśa-ratha (adopted daughter of Loma-pāda or Roma-pāda and wife of Ṛishya-śṛiṅga) MBh. Hariv. R.
• (with Jainas) of a goddess who executes the orders of the 7th Arhat L.
• of a Śakti MW.
• n. tranquillity, peace of mind BhP.
• N. of a Varsha in Jambu-dviipa ib.
• N. of a Tīrtha W.
⋙ śāntakarṇa
○karṇa m. (with prefixed śrī) N. of a king BhP.
⋙ śāntakrodha
○krodha mfn. one whose anger is appeased MW.
⋙ śāntaguṇa
○guṇa mfn. one whose virtues are destroyed, i.e. deceased R.
⋙ śāntaghoravimūḍhatva
○ghora-vimūḍhatva n. calmness and vehemence and infatuation BhP.
⋙ śāntacetas
○cetas mfn. tranquil-minded Kāv.
• composed in mind, calm Pañcat. Hit. &c
⋙ śāntajvara
○jvara mfn. one whose fever or grief is alleviated MBh.
⋙ śāntatā
○tā f. quietness, calmness, freedom from passion Kathās.
⋙ śāntatoya
○toya mfn. having calm or still waters, gently flowing MW.
⋙ śāntatva
○tva n. = -tā MaitrUp. BhP.
⋙ śāntadevatya
○devatya mfn. who or what appeases a god, that by which a divinity is appeased MW.
⋙ śāntapura
○pura n. (cf. W.) or (cf. Buddh.) N. of a town
⋙ śāntapurī
○puḍrī f. (cf. Buddh.) N. of a town
⋙ śāntabhaya
○bhaya m. N. of a son of Medhâtithi VP.
• n. N. of the Varsha ruled by him ib. (vḷ. śāṃtanava)
⋙ śāntamati
○mati m. 'composed in mind', N. of a Deva-putra Lalit.
⋙ śāntamanas
○manas mfn. composed in mind MBh. Śak. VarBṛS.
⋙ śāntamala
○mala mfn. having all defilement removed W.
⋙ śāntamoha
○moha n. 'having delusion dispelled', (with Jainas) N. of the 11th of the 14 steps towards supreme happiness Cat.
⋙ śāntayoni
○yoni (śāntá-), mfn. one whose birth-place is auspicious TBr.
⋙ śāntarajas
○rajas mfn. dustless or passionless (lit. 'having dust or passion allayed') Bhag.
⋙ śāntaraya
○raya mfn. slackened in speed W.
• m. N. of a son of Dharma-sārathi BhP.
⋙ śāntarava
○rava mfn. uttering auspicious sounds VarBṛS.
⋙ śāntaraśmi
○raśmi mfn. one whose rays are extinguished or dimmed (as the sun) R.
⋙ śāntarasa
○rasa m. the sentiment of quietism or tranquillity MW.
-nāṭaka n. N. of a drama
⋙ śāntarūpa
○rūpa mfn. having a tranquil appearance, tranquil, calm Pañcat.
⋙ śāntalābha
○lābha mfn. that which has ceased to bear interest, Bṛihasp
⋙ śāntavivāda
○vivāda mfn. having disputes allayed, reconciled, appeased W. [Page 1064, Column 3]
⋙ śāntavīradeśikendra
○vīra-deśikêndra m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ śāntaśrī
○śrī m. N. of Pracaṇḍa-deva W.
⋙ śāntasumati
○sumati m. N. of a Deva-putra Lalit. (cf. śānta-mati)
⋙ śāntasūri
○sūri m. N. of a scholiast Cat.
⋙ śāntasena
○sena m. N. of a son of Subāhu BhP.
⋙ śāntahaya
○haya m. N. of a son of Manu Tāmasa VP.
⋙ śāntahṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. tranquil-hearted ChUp.
⋙ śāntātman
śāntâtman mfn. calm-minded, composed MaitrUp.
⋙ śāntāntakara
śāntântakara m. N. of a son of Śambara Hariv.
⋙ śāntārcis
śāntârcis mfn. whose flame is extinguished, gone out (as fire) MBh.
≫ śāntaka
śāntaka mfn. allaying, appeasing ( roga-ś○)
≫ śāntaya
śāntaya Nom. P. ○yati to calm any one Śak.
≫ śānti
śā́nti f. tranquillity, peace, quiet, peace or calmness of mind, absence of passion, averting of pain (śānti! śānti! śānti! may the three kinds of pain be averted!), indifference to objects of pleasure or pain KaṭhUp. MBh. &c
• alleviation (of evil or pain), cessation, abatement, extinction (of fire &c.) AV. &c. &c
• a pause, breach, interruption Hcat.
• any expiatory or propitiatory rite for averting evil or calamity Br. &c. (cf. RTL. 346)
• peace, welfare, prosperity, good fortune, ease, comfort, happiness, bliss MBh. R. &c
• destruction, end, eternal rest, death Kāv. Kathās. BhP.
• = śānti-kalpa BhP.
• Tranquillity &c. personified (as a daughter of Śraddhā, as the wife of Atharvan, as the daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma) Hariv. Prab. Pur.
• m. N. of a son of Indra MBh.
• of Indra in the tenth Manv-antara Pur.
• of a Tushita (son of Vishṇu and Dakshiṇā) ib.
• of a son of Kṛishṇa and Kālindī ib.
• of a Ṛishi MBh.
• of a son of Aṅgiras ib.
• of a disciple of Bhūti MārkP.
• of a son of Nīla and father of Su-śānti VP.
• (with Jainas) of an Arhat and Cakra-vartin L.
• of a teacher (also called ratnâkara-ś○) Buddh.
⋙ śāntikamalākara
○kamalâkara m. N. of part of wk
⋙ śāntikara
○kara mfn. causing peace or prosperity VarBṛS.
• m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ śāntikaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the averting of evil KātyŚr.
⋙ śāntikartṛ
○kartṛ mfn. causing tranquillity, calming, allaying MW.
• m. any divinity who averts evil or suffering ib.
⋙ śāntikarman
○karman n. any action for averting evil ĀśvGṛ.
• N. of wk
⋙ śāntikalpa
○kalpa m
⋙ śāntikalpadīpikā
○kalpa-dīpikā f
⋙ śāntikalpapradīpa
○kalpa-pradīpa m
⋙ śāntikalpalatā
○kalpa-latā f
⋙ śāntikalyāṇī
○kalyāṇī f. N. of wks
⋙ śāntikāma
○kāma m. desire of tranquillity W.
• mfn. desirous of tranquillity ib.,
⋙ śāntikārin
○kārin mfn. soothing, pacifying A.
⋙ śāntikṛt
○kṛt mfn. removing evil or causing alleviation by reciting texts &c. MBh.
⋙ śāntikhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa
⋙ śāntigaṇapati
○gaṇa-pati m. N. of wks
⋙ śāntigupta
○gupta (cf. Buddh.),
⋙ śāntiguru
○guru (cf. Cat.), m. N. of men
⋙ śāntigṛha
○gṛha (cf. VarBṛS.) or (cf. L.), n. a room for the performance of propitiatory rites to avert evil
⋙ śāntigṛhaka
○gṛḍhaka (cf. L.), n. a room for the performance of propitiatory rites to avert evil
⋙ śāntigrantha
○grantha m
⋙ śānticandrikā
○candrikā f
⋙ śānticaritra
○caritra n
⋙ śānticaritranāṭaka
○caritra-nāṭaka n
⋙ śānticintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m. N. of wks
⋙ śāntijala
○jala n. = śāntyuda W.
⋙ śāntitattvāmṛta
○tattvâmṛta n. N. of wk
⋙ śāntida
○da mfn. causing tranquillity or prosperity VarBṛS.
• N. of Vishṇu RTL. 106, n. 1
⋙ śāntidīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of wk
⋙ śāntideva
○deva m. N. of a man Buddh.
• (ā [Hariv. Pur.], or ī {cf. VP.}), f. N. of a daughter of Devaka (and one of Vasu-deva's wives)
⋙ śāntinātha
○nātha m. N. of an Arhat (with Jainas
• = śānti) Śatr.
-caritra n. -purāṇa n. N. of wks
⋙ śāntinirṇaya
○nirṇaya m
⋙ śāntipaṭala
○paṭala
⋙ śāntipaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of wks
⋙ śāntiparvan
○parvan n. 'Tranquillizing-section', N. of the 12th book of the Mahā-bhārata (the longest in the whole poem and consisting chiefly of stories, discourses and episodes narrated for the tranquillizing of the troubled spirit of Yudhi-shṭhira after the termination of the war and the slaughter of his relatives)
⋙ śāntipāṭha
○pāṭha m. N. of wk
⋙ śāntipātra
○pātra n. a vessel for propitiatory water ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ śāntipārijāta
○pārijāta mṆ. of wk
⋙ śāntipura
○pura n. N. of a town Kshitîś.
⋙ śāntipurāṇa
○purāṇa n
⋙ śāntipustaka
○pustaka m
⋙ śāntiprakaraṇa
○prakaraṇa n
⋙ śāntiprakāra
○prakāra m
⋙ śāntiprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wks
⋙ śāntiprabha
○prabha m. N. of a man Buddh.
⋙ śāntiprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ śāntibhājana
○bhājana n. = -pātra ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ śāntibhāṣya
○bhāṣya n
⋙ śāntimantra
○mantra m
⋙ śāntimayūkha
○mayūkha m. N. of wks
⋙ śāntiyukta
○yukta mfn. connected with welfare or prosperity, auspicious R.
⋙ śāntirakṣita
○rakṣita m. N. of a man Buddh.
⋙ śāntiratna
○ratna n. or N. of wk
⋙ śāntiratnākara
○ratnâkara m. N. of wk
⋙ śāntivaravarman
○vara-varman m. or N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ śāntivarman
○varman m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ śāntivācana
○vācana n. the reciting of a text for averting evil &c., g. puṇyâha-vācanâdi on Pāṇ. 5-1, 111 Vārtt. 3
• mfn. = śānti-vācanam prayojanam asya ib.
⋙ śāntivāda
○vāda m. N. of wk
⋙ śāntivāhana
○vāhana m. N. of a king Buddh.
⋙ śāntividhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ śāntividhi
○vidhi m
⋙ śāntivilāsa
○vilāsa m
⋙ śāntiviveka
○viveka m. N. of wks
⋙ śāntivrata
○vrata n. N. of a partic. religious observance RāmatUp.
⋙ śāntiśataka
○śataka n
⋙ śāntiśatakasaṃgraha
○śataka-saṃgraha (?), m. N. of wks
⋙ śāntiśarman
○śarman m. N. of a Brahman Inscr.
⋙ śāntiśīla
○śīla m. 'quiet-tempered' N. of a man Vet.
⋙ śāntisadman
○sadman n. a room for performing any propitiatory rite for averting evil (= -gṛha) VarBṛS. [Page 1065, Column 1]
⋙ śāntisarvasva
○sarvasva n. N. of wk
⋙ śāntisalila
○salila n. propitiatory water Hcar.
⋙ śāntisāra
○sāra m
⋙ śāntisārabhāṣya
○sāra-bhāṣya n. N. of wks
⋙ śāntisūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of a hymn Cat.
⋙ śāntisūri
○sūri m. N. of an author ib.
⋙ śāntisoma
○soma m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ śāntistava
○stava m. N. of sev. wks. (cf. bṛhac-chānti-st○)
⋙ śāntihoma
○homa m. a propitiatory oblation Mn. MBh.
-mantra m. N. of work
≫ śāntika
śāntika mfn. propitiatory, expiatory, averting evil Hcat.
• producing or relating to ease or quiet MW.
• m. pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. MārkP.
• n. a propitiatory rite for averting evil MBh. VarBṛS. &c
⋙ śāntikakarman
○karman n. a magical rlte performed for removing obstacles MW.
⋙ śāntikādhyāya
śāntikâdhyāya m. N. of work
≫ śāntivā
śāntivā f. N. of a deity Kauś.
≫ śānty
śānty in comp. for śānti
⋙ śāntyagniparīkṣādigrantha
○agni-parī7kṣâdi-grantha m. N. of wk
⋙ śāntyākara
○ākara
⋙ śāntyākaragupta
○ākara-gupta m. N. of poets Sadukt.
⋙ śāntyuda
○uda n. propitiatory water
-kumbha m. a vessel for holding propṭpropitiatory water W.
⋙ śāntyudaka
○udaka n. = -uda Gaut. Vait. Kāv. -prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ śāntyuddyota
○uddyota m. N. of wk
≫ śāntvā
śāntvā ind. = śamitvā, having become tranquil Pāṇ. Vop.
śāṃtanava
śāṃtanava mf(ī)n. written or composed by Śaṃtanu Cat.
• m. patr. of Bhīshma (as son of king Śaṃtanu, the reputed great uncle of the Pāṇḍavas) MBh.
• N. of a son of Medhâtithi VP.
• of various writers (esp. of the author of the Phiṭsūtras
• cf. ○vâcārya)
• (ī), f. (scil. ṭīkā) the Comm. composed by Śaṃtanu Cat.
• n. N. of the Dviipa ruled by Śāṃtanava VP.
⋙ śāṃtanavaṣaṭsūtra
○ṣaṭ-sūtra n. N. of a Vedânta wk
⋙ śāṃtanavācārya
śāṃtanavâcārya m. the author of the Phiṭ-sūtras (on accentuation)
≫ śāṃtanu
śāṃtanu m. N. of the father of Bhīshma (in older language śáṃtanu, q.v.) MBh. Hariv. &c
• a partic. inferior kind of grain Suśr.
⋙ śāṃtanutva
○tva n. the state or condition of (being) Śāṃtanu MBh.
⋙ śāṃtanunandana
○nandana m. 'ŚṭŚāṃtanu's son', patr. of Bhishma Dhanaṃj.
⋙ śāṃtanūja
śāṃtanū-ja m. (m.c. for ○tanu-ja) id. MBh.
śāntv
śāntv &c. √sāntv
śāntvati
śāntvati f. Clerodendrum Siphonantus L.
śāpa 1
śāpa m. (ifc. f. ā
• fr. √śap) a curse, malediction, abuse, oath, imprecation, ban, interdiction (acc. with √vac, √, pra-√yam, ny-√as, vi-√sṛj, ā-√diś, 'to pronounce or utter a curse on any one', with dat., gen., loc., or acc. with prati) MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ śāpagrasta
○grasta mfn. seized by or suffering from a curse W.
⋙ śāpaja
○ja mfn. arising from a curse ib.
⋙ śāpatā
○tā f. being under a curse Kād.
⋙ śāpanāśana
○nāśana m. 'curse-destroyer', N. of a Muni Cat.
⋙ śāpaparikṣata
○parikṣata mfn. = -grasta R.
⋙ śāpaprada
○prada mfn. uttering a curse MW.
⋙ śāpapradāna
○pradāna n. utterance of a cṭcurse VP.
⋙ śāpabhāj
○bhāj mfn. labouring under a curse ib.
⋙ śāpamukta
○mukta mfn. freed from a curse W.
⋙ śāpamukti
○mukti f. deliverance from a cṭcurse Kathās.
⋙ śāpamokṣa
○mokṣa m. id. MBh.
• uttering of a curse R.
⋙ śāpayantrita
○yantrita mfn. restrained by a curse Ragh.
⋙ śāpavimocana
○vimocana n. N. of wk
⋙ śāpasamāyukta
○samāyukta mfn. = -grasta R.
⋙ śāpānta
śāpânta m. the end of a curse or of the period of its effect Megh.
⋙ sāpāmbu
sāpâmbu n. water used in formularies of cursing VP.
⋙ śāpāvasāna
śāpâvasāna n. = śāpânta MW.
⋙ śāpāstra
śāpâstra m. 'having curses for weapons', a saint (whose curse are formidable even to deities) L.
⋙ śāpotsarga
śāpôtsarga m. the utterance of a curse MBh.
⋙ sāpodaka
sāpôdaka n. = śāpâmbu Mcar.
⋙ śāpoddhāra
śāpôddhāra m. deliverance from a curse R.
≫ śāpāyana
śāpāyana m. patr. fr. śapa g. aśvâdi
≫ śāpita
śāpita mfn. (fr. Caus. of √śap) made to take an oath, one to whom an oath has been administered, sworn Mn. MBh. &c
≫ śāpīya
śāpīya m. N. of a school PratijñāS. (vḷ. śābīya)
≫ śāpeya
śāpeya m. N. of a teacher (pl. his school), g. śaunakâdi
≫ śāpeyin
śāpeyin m. N. of a disciple of Yājñavalkya VāyuP.
• m. the followers of Śāpeya, g. śaunakâdi
śāpa 2
śā́pa m. (of doubtful derivation) floating wood or other substances RV. AV.
≫ śāpeṭa
śāpeṭa m. or n. (?) floating reed &c. Kauś.
śāpaṭika
śāpaṭika or śāpaṭhika m. a peacock L.
śāpharika
śāpharika m. (fr. śaphara) a fisherman Pāṇ. 4-4, 35 Sch. [Page 1065, Column 2]
śāphākṣi
śāphākṣi m. patr. fr. śaphâkṣa Pravar.
śāpheya
śāpheya m. N. of a school of the Yajur-veda (cf. śāpeya)
śāba
śāba 1. śāva
śābara
śābara mfn. (fr. śabara) wicked, malicious L.
• m. injury, offence L.
• Symplocos Racemosa Bhpr. (cf. sāvara)
• N. of a teacher and of various wks. (cf. below)
• (ī), f. the dialect of the Śabaras Sāh. Mṛicch., Introd
• Carpopogon Pruriens L.
• n. copper L.
• darkness L.
• a kind of sandal (cf. śāmbara) L.
⋙ śābarakaustubha
○kaustubha m. or n
⋙ śābaracintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m
⋙ śābaratantra
○tantra n
⋙ śābaratantraśarvasva
○tantra-śarvasva n. N. of wks
⋙ śābarabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. N. of Śabara's commentary on the Mīmāṃsa-sūtras
⋙ śābarabhedākhya
○bhedâkhya n. copper L.
⋙ śābaramahātantra
○mahā-tantra n. N. of a Tantra by Śri-kaṇṭha-śiva Paṇḍita
⋙ śābarotsava
śābarôtsava m. a partic. festival of the Mlecchas KālP.
⋙ śābaropaniṣad
śābarôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
≫ śābaraka
śābaraka m. (wṛ. śāv○) Symplocos Racemosa L.
• (ikā), f. a kind of leech Suśr.
≫ śābarajambuka
śābarajambuka mfn. (fr. śabara-jambu) Pāṇ. 4-2, 119 Sch.
≫ śābarāyaṇa
śābarāyaṇa m. patr. fr. śabara g. haritâdi
≫ śābari
śābari m. N. of a man Buddh.
śābalīya
śābalīya mfn. (fr. śabala), g. kṛśâśvâdi
≫ śābalya
śābalya n. a mixture, medley BhP.
• (ā́), f. (prob.) a female buffoon VS. (cf. TS. śābulyā́)
śābasta
śābasta m. N. of a son of Yuvanāśva (and founder of the city Śābastī) BhP., (ī), f. N. of a city ib.
≫ śābasti
śābasti m. patr. fr. śābasta BhP.
śābīya
śābīya śāpīya
śābulyā
śābulyā śābalyā
śābda
śābdá mf(ī)n. (fr. śabda) sonorous, sounding W.
• relating to sound (as opp. to ārtha, q.v.) Sāh.
• based on sounds, expressed in words oral, verbal, (esp.) resting on or enjoined by sacred sound (i.e. on the Veda
• with brahman. n. = 'the Veda') ŚBr. &c
• nominal (as inflection) W.
• m. a philologist, grammarian RPrāt.
• pl. a partic. sect Hcar.
• (ī), f. Sarasvatī (as goddess of speech and eloquence) W.
⋙ śābdatva
○tva n. the being based on sounds or words &c. Sāh.
⋙ śābdabodha
○bodha m. 'verbal knowledge', apprehension of the meaning of words, perception of the verbal or literal sense (of a sentence &c.)
-taraṃgiṇī f. a modern grammar by Īśvarīdatta
⋙ śābdaprakriyā
○prakriyā f. a philosophical grammar by Rāma-kṛishṇa
⋙ śābdavyañjanā
○vyañjanā f. (in rhet.) suggestion or insinuation founded on mere words, (as opp. to ārtha-v○, or suggestion dependent upon the meaning of words) MW.
≫ śābdika
śābdika mfn. sonorous, uttering a sound Pāṇ. 4-4, 34
• relating to sounds or words, verbal W.
• m. 'conversant with words', a grammarian, lexicographer' Siṃhâs. Āpast.Śr. Sch.
⋙ śābdikacintāmaṇi
○cintāmaṇi m. N. of a gram. wk
⋙ śābdikanarasiṃha
○narasiṃha m. N. of a grammarian Cat.
⋙ śābdikarakṣā
○rakṣā f. N. of a gram. wk
⋙ śābdikavidvaktavipramodaka
○vidvakta-vipramodaka m. or n. a list of words formed by Uṇādi suffixes (by Veṅkaṭêśvara who lived at the end of the 17th century)
⋙ śābdikābharaṇa
śābdikâbharaṇa n. N. of a grammar by Dharma-kīrti
śāma
śāma mfn. (√1. śam) appeasing, curing, having curative properties MW.
⋙ śāmadatta
○datta m. (with paṇḍita) N. of an author Cat.
≫ śāman
śāman n. (cf. sāman) appeasing, reconciling, conciliation W.
≫ śāmana
śāmana mfn. extinguishing, destroying Pañcat. iii, 31 (vḷ. for śamana)
• m. N. of Yama (= śamana) W.
• (ī), f. the southern quarter L.
• n. a sedative Car.
• tranquillity, peace W.
• killing, slaughter ib.
• end (○naṃ-√yā, to go to an end, be destroyed) MW.
≫ śāmam
śāmam √1. śam
≫ śāmaladāsa
śāmala-dāsa or m. N. of a modern poet MW.
⋙ śāmalabhaṭṭa
śāmala-bhaṭṭa m. N. of a modern poet MW.
≫ śāmāyana
śāmāyana m. a patr
• pl. Pravar.
≫ śāmāyanīya
śāmāyanīya m. pl. N. of a school Cat.
≫ śāmika
śāmika m. patr. fr. śamika g. bidâdi
≫ śāmitra
śāmitra mfn. (fr. śamitṛ) relating to the official who cuts up the sacrificial victim ( -karman) BhP.
• m. (scil. agni) the fire for cooking the sacrificial flesh GṛŚrS. [Page 1065, Column 3]
• n. the place for the above fire ŚrS.
• any place of immolation, shambles Vait. Mṛicch.
• = next MBh.
⋙ śāmitrakarman
○karman n. the office of the above official BhP.
≫ śāmīla
śāmīla mf(ī)n. made of the wood of the Śamī tree (Prosopis Spicigera) KātyŚr. Gobh. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 142 ; 155 Sch.)
• n. ashes MW.
• (ī), f. a chaplet, garland ib.
≫ śāmīvata
śāmīvata m. pl. (fr. śamī-vat) N. of a tribe or race Pāṇ. 5-3, 118
• (ī), f. a princess of the Śāmīvatas ib.
≫ śāmīvatya
śāmīvatya m. a prince of the Śāmīvatas ib.
≫ śāmeya
śāmeya m. a patr
• pl. Pravar.
≫ śāmya
śāmya mfn. relating to peace, peaceful MBh.
• n. peace, reconciliation ib.
⋙ śāmyatā
○tā f. id. ib.
⋙ śāmyaprāśa
○prâśa m. a kind of sacrifice Divyâv.
⋙ śāmyavākā
○vākā f. N. of a plant Kauś.
śāmā
śāmā́ f. (prob.) a kind of plant (used for curing leprosy) AV. i, 24, 4 (Paipp. śyāmā)
śāmāka
śāmāka incorr. for śyāmāka
śāmupāla
śāmu-pāla (?), m. N. of a king Buddh.
śāmulya
śāmulyá n. (perhaps connected with śamala) a woollen shirt RV.
≫ śāmūla
śāmūla n. id. Kauś. Lāṭy.
śāmba
śāmba m. N. of a king Daś. (also wṛ. for sāmba, q.v.)
śāmbara
śāmbará mf(ī́)n. relating or belonging or peculiar to Śambara RV. Hariv. &c
• coming from the deer called Śambara Bhpr.
• (ī), f. jugglery, sorcery, illusion (as practised by the Daitya Śambara) Naish.
• a sorceress W.
• n. the fight with Śambara RV.
• a kind of sandal L. (cf. śābara)
⋙ śāmbarasilpa
○silpa n. the art of jugglery, magic Naish.
≫ śāmbarika
śāmbarika m. a juggler Cat.
śāmbalāmbāvarmaratna
śāmbalâmbā-varma-ratna n. N. of a ch. of the Saubhāgya-lakshmī-tantra
śāmbava
śāmbava m. (fr. śambu), next
≫ śāmbavānandakalpa
śāmbavânanda-kalpa m. N. of wk
≫ śāmbavika
śāmbavika m. a worker or dealer in shells W.
≫ śāmbavya
śāmbavya m. N. of a teacher Cat.
≫ śāmbu
śā́mbu m. N. of a man AV.
≫ śāmbuka
śāmbuka m. a bivalve shell W.
≫ śāmbuvi
śāmbuvi m. pl. N. of a Śākhā or school Anup.
≫ śāmbūka
śāmbūka m.= śāmbuka L.
śāmbhara
śāmbhara m. patr. fr. śambara Pravar.
• (prob. n.) N. of a lake in Rājputāna (commonly called Sāmbhar, where a kind of fossil salt is found) MW.
⋙ śāmbharanagara
○nagara n. a town near SṭSāmbhar ib.
≫ śāmbharāyiṇī
śāmbharāyiṇī f. (patr. fr. śāmbhara) N. of a woman Cat. (vḷ. sāmbh○)
⋙ śāmbharāyiṇīvrata
○vrata n. a partic. observance ib.
śāmbhava
śāmbhava mf(ī)n. (fr. śam-bhu) coming or derived from Śiva, relating or belonging or sacred to him Kāv. Kathās.
• m. (only L.) a worshipper of Śiva
• a son of Śambhu
• Sesbana Grandiflora
• camphor
• a sort of poison
• bdellium
• (ī), f. below
• n. Pinus Deodora L.
⋙ śāmbhavadīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of a Tantra
⋙ śāmbhavadeva
○deva m. N. of a poet Cat.
≫ śāmbhavāha
śāmbhavāha m. a patr. Pravar.
≫ śāmbhavī
śāmbhavī f. N. of Durgā Tantras.
• a kind of blue-flowering Dūrvā grass L.
⋙ śāmbhavītantra
○tantra n. N. of a Tantra
≫ śāmbhavīya
śāmbhavīya mfn. relating or belonging to Śiva Mcar.
≫ śāmbhavya
śāmbhavya m. N. of a teacher GopBr.
śāmmada
śāmmada n. (fr. śam-mada) N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.
śāmya
śāmya above
śāmyāka
śāmyāka mf(ī)n. (fr. śamyāka) derived or made from (the wood of) Cathartocarpus Fistula Kauś.
śāya
śāya mfn. (fr. √śī) lying, sleeping, abiding ( kaṅka-ś○)
≫ śāyaka
śāyaka mf(ikā)n. id. Vishṇ. (cf. kośa-, vṛkṣa-śāyikā)
• (ikā), f. sleeping, lying ('manner of lying' or 'one's turn to rest') Pāṇ. 3-3, 108 Vārtt. 1 ; ii, 2, 15 Sch.
• wṛ. for sāyaka, arrow
≫ śāyayitavya
śāyayitavya mfn. (fr. Caus.) to be made to lie upon (loc.) Kād.
• to be made to sleep (with dīrgham, 'to be made to sleep the long or eternal sleep', i.e. 'to be put to death') Bālar. [Page 1066, Column 1]
≫ śāyitā
śāyi-tā f. (fr. next) the state of lying or reposing or abiding in (ifc.) MBh. Kathās.
≫ śāyin
śāyin mfn. lying down, reclining, resting, abiding Br. &c. &c. (mostly ifc
• cf. adhaḥ-, eka-ś○ &c.)
≫ śāyyika
śāyyika mfn. = śayyayā jīvati g. vetanâdi
śāyaṇḍāyana
śāyaṇḍāyana m. pl. N. of a partic. association, g. aiṣukāry-ādi
⋙ śāyaṇḍāyanabhakta
○bhakta mfn. inhabited by the Śāyaṇḍāyanas ib.
śāyana
śāyana n. N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
śāyasthi
śāyasthi m. N. of a teacher VBr.
śār
śār (also written sār
√.śṝ) to be weak or feeble Dhātup. xxxv, 16
śāra 1
śārá mf(ā)n. (in most meanings also written sāra
• of doubtful derivation) variegated in colour, of different colours (as dark hair mixed with grey), motley, spotted, speckled Pāṇ. 3-3, 21 Vārtt. 2
• yellow W.
• m. variegating or a variegated colour, (esp.) a mixture of blue and yellow, green ib.
• (also śāraka) a kind of die or a piece used at chess or at backgammon Bhartṛ. Daś.
• air, wind L.
• hurting, injuring (fr. √śṝ) L.
• (ī), f. a chessman &c. ( m.) Naish.
• a kind of bird (= śāri) ib.
• Kuśa grass L.
• n. a variegated colour MW.
⋙ śāratā
○tā f
⋙ śāratva
○tva n. variety of colour, yellowness ib.
⋙ śārapada
○pada m. a kind of bird Car. (vḷ. for sāra-p○)
≫ śāraṅga
śāraṅga sāraṅga
≫ śāri
śā́ri f. (L. also written śārī or sāri) a partic. bird (= śārikā below) TS. VS.
• an arrow RV.
• an elephant's housings or armour Śiś.
• = vyavahārântara and kapaṭa L.
• N. of a daughter of Māṭhara (wife of Tishya and mother of the first disciple of Gautama Buddha
• cf. śāri-putra) Buddh.
• m. a chessman, piece at chess (or at a kind of draughts) Kād. (written sāri)
• a little round ball (= guṭikā) MW.
• a kind of die or small cube used in games with dice ib.
⋙ śārikukṣa
○kukṣa mfn. = śārer iva kukṣir asya Pāṇ. 5-4, 120 Sch.
⋙ śārijā
○jā f. pūti-śārijā
⋙ śāripaṭṭa
○paṭṭa m. a chequered cloth or board for playing draughts &c., chess-board MW.
⋙ śāriprastara
○prastara m. N. of a gambler Kathās.
⋙ śāriphala
○phala n
⋙ śāriphalaka
○phalaka m. n. = -paṭṭa L.
⋙ śāriputra
○putra m. N. of one of the two chief disciples (Agra-śrāvaka), of Gautama Buddha (the other being Maudgalyāyana) MWB. 47
⋙ śāriśākā
○śākā (of unknown meaning) AV. iii, 14, 5
⋙ śāriśṛṅkhalā
○śṛṅkhalā f. a chessman or a square on a chessboard L.
⋙ śārisuta
○suta m.= -putra Buddh.
≫ śārika
śārika m. (prob.) a kind of bird (= next) Vas. xiv, 18
• (ā), f. next
≫ śārikā
śārikā f. a kind of bird (commonly called Maina, either the Gracula Religiosa or the Turdus Salica, also written sārikā, q.v.)
• playing at chess or draughts Uṇ. iv, 127 Sch.
• a bow or stick used for playing the Vīṇā or any stringed instrument L.
• a form of Durgā Kathās. Rājat.
• N. of a woman (= śāri) Buddh.
⋙ śārikākavaca
○kavaca n. N. of a ch. of Rudrayāmala-tantsa
⋙ śārikākūṭa
○kūṭa n. Durgā's peak', N. of a place Kathās.
⋙ śārikānātha
○nātha m. N. of an author Pratāp. Sch.
⋙ śārikāpīṭha
○pīṭha n. 'Durgā's seat', N. of a place Kathās.
⋙ śārikāstotra
○stotra n. N. of a Stotra
≫ śārita
śārita mfn. variegated, coloured Hcar.
≫ śārī
śārī 1. śāra
≫ śāru
śāru kiṃ-śāru
≫ śāruka
śāruka mfn. one who injures or destroys (with acc.) Vop.
• mischievous, injurious Pāṇ. 3-2, 154
śāra 2
śāra Vṛiddhi form of śara, in comp
⋙ śāratalpika
○talpika mfn. (spoken by a dying warrior) from a bed of arrows MBh.
⋙ śāradaṇḍāyani
○daṇḍāyani m. patr. fr. śara-daṇḍa ib.
⋙ śāradaṇḍāyanī
○daṇḍāyanī or f. the wife of Śāra-daṇḍāyani ib. (cf. Nīlak.)
⋙ śāradaṇḍāyinī
○daṇḍāḍyinī f. the wife of Śāra-daṇḍāyani ib. (cf. Nīlak.)
⋙ śāralomī
○lomī m. patr. fr. śara-loman Pāṇ. 4-1, 85 Vārtt. 8 Pat.
⋙ śāralomyā
○lomyā f. a patr. Pāṇ. 4-1, 75 Vārtt. 3 Pat.
śāraṇika
śāraṇika mfn. in need of protection, going for protection or refuge, a refugee MBh.
śārada
śāradá mf(ī́, or śā́radī)n. (fr. śarad) produced or growing in autumn, autumnal, mature AV. &c. &c
• (prob.) that which offers a shelter in autumn (against the overflowings of rivers
• applied to puras or 'castles'
• others 'rich in years', 'old') RV. i, 131, 4 ; 174, 2 ; vi, 20, 10
• new, recent L. (perhaps Bhartṛ. i, 47 in salilaṃ śāradam
• cf. also rajju-śārada and dṛṣac-chārada)
• modest, shy, diffident cf. L
• m. a year cf. L.'
• a cloud cf. L
• N. of various plants (a yellow kind of Phaseolus Mungo
• Mimusops Elengi &c.) cf. L. [Page 1066, Column 2]
• autumnal sickness cf. W
• autumnal sunshine cf. ib
• N. of a teacher of Yoga (vḷ. śābara) cf. Cat
• (ā), f. below
• (ī), f. (only cf. L.) the day of full moon in the month Kārttika (or Āśvina)
• Jussiaea Repens
• Alstonia Scholaris
• n. corn, grain, fruit (as ripening in autumn) cf. VarBṛS
• the white lotus cf. L
⋙ śāradabhūruh
○bhūruh m. Alstonia Scholaris Dharmaś.
⋙ śāradaśarvarī
○śarvarī f. N. of a poem
⋙ śāradollāsa
śāradôllāsa m. N. of a Comm. on the Laghu-candrikā
≫ śāratka
śāratka mfn. = śaradam adhīte veda vā g. vasantâdi
≫ śāradaka
śāradaka m. a kind of Darbha grass L.
• (ikā), f. Mimusops Elengi L.
• Cucumis Utilissimus L.
≫ śāradā
śāradā f. a kind of Viṇā or lute L.
• N. of two plants (= brāhmī and sārivā) L.
• N. of a Sarasvati Śukas.
• of Durgā BhP.
• of a daughter of Devaratha Cat.
• = śāradā-tilaka ib.
⋙ śāradākalpa
○kalpa m
⋙ śāradākalpalatā
○kalpa-latā f. N. of wks
⋙ śāradākāra
○"ṣkāra (○dâk○), m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śāradākramadīpikā
○krama-dīpikā f. N. of a Tāntric wk
⋙ śāradātanaya
○tanaya m. N. of an author Pratāp. Sch.
⋙ śāradātilaka
○tilaka n. N. of a Bhāṇa (q.v.) by Śaṃkara and of a mystical poem by Lakshmaṇâcārya (cf. RTL. 207)
-tantra n. the Tantra called Śāradā-tilaka
⋙ śāradādikalpa
○"ṣdi-kalpa (○dâd○), m
⋙ śāradādevīmāhātmyapaṭala
○devī-māhātmya-paṭala n. N. of wks
⋙ śāradānanda
○"ṣnanda (○dân○), m. N. of a teacher of Yoga Cat.
• (prob.) n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ śāradānandana
○"ṣnandana (dân○), m. N. of a man Siṃhâs.
⋙ śāradāpurāṇa
○purāṇa n
⋙ śāradāpūjā
○pūjā f
⋙ śāradāmāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of wks
⋙ śāradāmbā
○"ṣmbā (○dâmbā), f. the goddess Śāradā Cat.
⋙ śāradāsahasranāman
○sahasra-nāman n
⋙ śāradāstava
○stava m
⋙ śāradāstotra
○stotra n. N. of wks
≫ śāradika
śāradika mfn. autumnal (only applied to certain substantives, as śrāddha, ātapa, roga) Pāṇ. 4-3, 12 ; 13
• (ā), f. śāradaka
≫ śāradin
śāradin mfn. autumnal, belonging to autumn W.
≫ śāradīna
śāradīna mfn. autumnal, kept or taking place in autumn Nalac.
≫ śāradīya
śāradīya mf(ā)n. id
⋙ śāradīyamahāpūjā
○mahā-pūjā f. the autumnal great worship (of Durgā) Tithyād.
⋙ śāradīyākhyanāmamālā
śāradīyâkhya-nāma-mālā f. N. of a glossary by Harsha-kīrti (printed in Benares AḌ. 1874)
≫ śāradya
śāradya n. autumnal corn or grain VarBṛS.
≫ śāradvata
śāradvata m. patr. fr. śarad-vat g. bidâdi
• N. of Kṛipa MBh. BhP.
• of Gautama Hariv. (pl. = gautamāḥ Pravar.)
• of a disciple of Kaṇva Śak.
• (ī), f. below
≫ śāradvatāyana
śāradvatāyana m. patr. fr. śāradvata Pāṇ. 4-1, 102 (also pl. Saṃskārak.)
≫ śāradvatī
śāradvatī f. patr. of Kṛipī MBh.
• N. of an Apsaras ib. Hariv.
⋙ śāradvatīputra
○putra m. = śāri-putra Buddh.
⋙ śāradvatīsuta
○suta m. a son of Kṛipī MBh.
śārāva
śārāva mf(ī)n. (from śarāva) placed on a shallow dish (as rice) Pāṇ. 4-2, 14 Sch.
śārivā
śārivā sārivā
śārīṭaka
śārīṭaka m. N. of a village Rājat.
śārīra
śārīrá mf(ī)n. (fr. śarīra) bodily, corporeal, relating or belonging to or being in or produced from or connected with the body (with daṇḍa m. corporal punishment) ŚBr. &c. &c
• made of bone Suśr.
• n. bodily constitution MBh. VarBṛS.
• (in med.) the science of the body and its parts, anatomy Suśr. Car.
• the feces, excrement Mn. xi, 202
• the embodied soul or spirit W.
• = vṛṣa (?) L.
⋙ śārīrabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. (= bṛhad-āraṇyaka),
⋙ śārīralakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n
⋙ śārīravidyā
○vidyā f
⋙ śārīravaidya
○vaidya n. N. of wks
⋙ śārīravraṇa
○vraṇa m. a bodily ulcer or tumour Suśr.
⋙ śārīrasthāna
○sthāna n. vāgbhaṭa-śārīra-sth○
⋙ śārīropaniṣad
śārīrôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad (cf. śārīrakôp○)
≫ śārīraka
śārīraka mfn. bodily, corporeal &c. (= śārīra)
• n. the soul or embodied spirit or the doctrine inquiring into its nature MW.
• = -sūtra Vedântas.
• N. of an Upanishad (cf. ○kôpaniṣad) and of a medical wk. by Śrī-mukha
• du. bodily joy and pain BhP.
⋙ śārīrakaṭīkā
○ṭīkā f. N. of wk. by Vācas-pati
⋙ śārīrakanyāya
○nyāya m. N. of a Vedânta wk
-nirṇaya m. a Comm. on Śaṃkarâcārya's Śārīraka-bhāshya by Ānanda-tīrtha
-maṇi-mālā f. N. of wk
-rakṣā-maṇi m. a Comm. on Śaṃkarâcārya's Śārīraka-bhāshya by Appaya Dīkshita
-saṃgraha m. an abridgment in verse of Rāmânuja's Comm. on the Brahma-sūtra by Bādhūla Śrī-nivāsâcārya
⋙ śārīrakapradīpikā
○pradīpikā f. N. of a Mīmāṃsā wk
⋙ śārīrakabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. N. of Śaṃkara's Comm. on the Brahma-sūtra
-tīkā f. -nyāyavārttika n. -vārttika n. -vibhāga, m. -vyākhyā f. N. of Comms. on it
⋙ śārīrakamīmāṃsā
○mīmāṃsā f. 'inquiry into the embodied spirit', N. of the Brahmasūtra
-nyāya-saṃgraha m. -bhāṣya n. -vyākhyā f. N. of Comms. on it. [Page 1066, Column 3]
⋙ śārīrakaśāstradarpaṇa
○śāstra-darpaṇa m. N. of wk
⋙ śārīrakasaṃkṣepa
○saṃkṣepa m. = saṃkṣepa-śārīraka, q.v
⋙ śārīrakasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m

śārīrakasambandhoktisaṃkṣepa3śārīraka--sambandhôkti-saṃkṣepa m. N. of wks
⋙ śārīrakasūtra
○sūtra n. the aphorisms on the Vedânta philosophy (= brahma-sūtra)
-sārârtha-candrikā f. N. of wk
⋙ śārīrakopaniṣad
śārīrakôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
≫ śārīrakīya
śārīrakīya mfn. corporeal, psychological (as a book treating of the embodied soul) MW.
≫ śārīrika
śārīrika mfn. relating to the body, corporeal, personal, material, contained in the body, incorporate, psychological ib.
śāru
śāru śāruka, col. 1
śārka
śārka m. = śarkarā, ground or candied sugar L.
≫ śārkaka
śārkaka m. (only L.) id
• a lump of sugar
• a lump or ball of meat
• the froth of milk, cream
≫ śārkara
śārkara mf(ī)n. (fr. śarkarā) gravelly, stony Pāṇ. 5-2, 105
• made of sugar, sugary Suśr.
• m. a stony or gravelly place MW.
• the froth or skim of milk L.
• n. N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr. (also wṛ. for śākvara)
≫ śārkaraka
śārkaraka mfn. gravelly, stony W. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 83)
• m. a place abounding in stones or gravel ib.
≫ śārkarākṣa
śārkarākṣa m. a patr. BhP. Sch.
• pl., ○kṣya
≫ śārkarākṣasa
śārkarākṣasa (?), m. N. of a section of the Hāridraviiyas L.
≫ śārkarākṣi
śārkarākṣi m. patr. fr. śarkarâkṣa ĀśvŚr.
≫ śārkarākṣya
śārkarākṣya m. (g. gargâdi) patr. fr. id. ŚBr. ChUp. TĀr. (pl. ○kṣāḥ or ○kṣyāḥ)
≫ śārkarākṣyāyaṇī
śārkarākṣyāyaṇī f. a patr. Pāṇ. 4-1, 73 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
≫ śārkarika
śārkarika mfn. (fr. śarkara) Pāṇ. 4-2, 84
≫ śārkarin
śārkarin mfn. suffering from gravel or stone Car. (prob. wṛ. for śarkarin)
≫ śārkarīdhāna
śārkarīdhāna mfn. (fr. śarkarī-dhāna) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 109
≫ śārkarīya
śārkarīya wṛ. for śarkarīya
śārkoṭa
śā́rkoṭa mfn. coming from the serpent Śarkoṭa AV.
śārga
śārgá m. a kind of bird, Maitr
• n. N. of various Sāmans (prob. wṛ. for śārṅga, q.v.)
śārgāla
śārgāla more correctly sārgāla, q.v
śārṅkhalatodi
śārṅkhalatodi m. patr. fr. śṛṅkhala-todin g. bāhv-ādi
śārṅga
śārṅga mf(ī)n. (fr. śṛṅga) made of horn, horny, corneous Suśr.
• derived or taken from the plant Śṛiṅga (as poison) Yājñ.
• armed with a bow Bhaṭṭ.
• m. a kind of bird MBh. (cf. śārga)
• patr. of various Vedic Ṛishis RAnukr.
• (ī), f. the female of the bird Sārṅga MBh.
• n. a bow (esp. that of Vishṇu) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
• fresh ginger L.
• N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ śārṅgajagdha
○jagdha mf(ī)n. one who has eaten Śārṅga birds Pāṇ. 2-2, 36 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
⋙ śārṅgadatta
○datta m. N. of the author of the Dhanurveda Cat.
⋙ śārṅgadeva
○deva m. N. of the author of the Saṃgīta-ratnâkara ib.
⋙ śārṅgadhanus
○dhanus m. 'armed with the bow Śarṅga', N. of Vishṇu-Krishṇa Nalac. (○nurdhara m. id. Vishṇ.)
⋙ śārṅgadhanvan
○dhanvan m. = -dhanus MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ śārṅgadhanvin
○dhanvin m. id. MārkP.
⋙ śārṅgadhara
○dhara m. (also with śeṣa and miśra) N. of various authors
-paddhati, or -vrajyā f. N. of a poetical anthology
-saṃhitā f. N. of a medical wk
○rīya n. N. of a Nāṭaka
⋙ śārṅgapakṣin
○pakṣin m. the bird ŚṭŚarṅga MBh.
⋙ śārṅgapāṇi
○pāṇi m. 'holding (the bow) ŚṭŚarṅga in the hand', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Kāv. Kathās. &c
• of the father of Vishṇu Sarva-jña (who was Sāyaṇa's Guru) Sarvad.
• of a Vaishṇava Cat.
-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ śārṅgabhṛt
○bhṛt m. 'carrying (the bow) ŚṭŚarṅga', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Kathās.
⋙ śārṅgāyudha
śārṅgâyudha m. 'armed with (the bow) ŚṭŚarṅga', id. Hariv.
≫ śārṅgaka
śārṅgaka m. a kind of bird (= śārṅga) MBh.
• (ikā), f. the female of that bird
≫ śārṅgavata
śārṅgavata n. (fr. śṛṅga-vat) N. of the country Kuru-varsha L.
≫ śārṅgi
śārṅgi in comp. for śārṅgin
⋙ śārṅgideva
○deva m. (in music) a kind of time or measure Saṃgīt.
• N. of an author ib., Introd. (cf. śārṅga-deva)
≫ śārṅgika
śārṅgika m. = śārṅgaka MBh.
≫ śārṅgin
śārṅgin m. 'bowman, archer', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Śiś.
• of Śiva MW.
śārṅgarava
śārṅgarava m. (fr. śṛṅga-rava?) N. of a disciple of Kaṇva Śak. (pl. Pravar.) [Page 1067, Column 1]
• (ī), f. N. of a woman Pāṇ. 4-1, 73
śārṅgaṣṭā
śārṅgaṣṭā f. a tree resembling the Pongamia Glabra L.
• a kind of potherb Car.
≫ śārṅgeṣṭā
śārṅgeṣṭā and vḷ. for prec. L.
⋙ śārṅgoṣṭhā
śārṅgoṣṭhā vḷ. for prec. L.
śārdūla
śārdūlá m. (of unknown derivation) a tiger VS. &c. &c
• a lion L.
• a panther, leopard L.
• the fabulous animal Śarabha L.
• a kind of bird L.
• any eminent person, best, excellent, pre-eminent (ifc
• cf. vyāghra) MBh. Kāv. &c
• Plumbago Zeylanica L.
• N. of two metres (cf. below) Col.
• of a Rākshasa R.
• pl. N. of a Śākhā or school of the Yajur-veda
• (ī), f. a tigress (also the mythical mother of tigers and other beasts of prey) MBh. R.
⋙ śārdūlakarṇa
○karṇa m. N. of a son of Tri-śaṅku Buddh.
⋙ śārdūlacarman
○carmán n. a tiger's skin TBr.
⋙ śārdūlajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha (śārdulá-), mfn. having a tiger as superior or chief ŚBr.
⋙ śārdūlamṛgasevita
○mṛga-sevita mfn. frequented by tigers and deer MBh.
⋙ śārdūlalalita
○lalita n. 'tiger's sport', N. of a metre (consisting of four Pādas of 19 syllables each) Col.
⋙ śārdūlaloman
○lomán n. tiger's hair ŚBr.
⋙ śārdūlavarman
○varman m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ śārdūlavāhana
○vāhana m. 'riding on a tiger', N. of Mañju-śrī L.
⋙ śārdūlavikrīḍita
○vikrīḍita n. 'tiger's play', N. of a metre (consisting of four Pādas of 19 syllables each) Gīt. Śrutab. Chandom. (also mfn. imitating a tiger's play)
⋙ śārdūlaśataka
○śataka n. N. of a poem
⋙ śārdūlasamavikrama
○sama-vikrama mfn. having prowess equal to a tiger, as bold as a tiger MW.
śārmaṇa
śārmaṇa mfn. (fr. śarman) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 75
śārmaṇya
śārmaṇya or ○ṇya-deśa m. the modern N. of Germany
śāryāta
śāryātá m. patr. fr. śaryāti (also pl. and ī́ f.) RV. Br. Hariv.
• (with mānava) N. of the author of RV. x, 92 AitBr. Anukr.
• n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr.
≫ śāryātaka
śāryātaka m. = prec. Br.
śārva
śārva mf(ī)n. (fr. śarva) relating or belonging or sacred to or derived from Śiva Kāv. Kathās. (with diś f. the east VarBṛS.)
≫ śārvavarmika
śārvavarmika mfn. written or composed by Śarva-varman Cat.
śārvarī
śārvarī mf(ī)n. (fr. śarvarī) belonging to night, nocturnal Kād. Hcar. Vās.
• pernicious, murderous L.
• (ī), f. night Vcar. ŚārṅgP.
• n. (cf. L. also m.) darkness, gloom BhP.
≫ śārvarika
śārvarika mfn. nocturnal Vām. v, 2, 52
≫ śārvarin
śārvarin m. (cf. śarvarin) N. of the 34th year of Jupiter's cycle of 60 years Cat.
śāl
śāl (cf. √śāḍ, which in one sense is vḷ.), cl. 1. Ā. śālate, to shine, be distinguished for or endowed with (instr.) Siṃhâs. Śiś. Sch.
• cl. 1. 10. Ā. śālate, or śālayate, to praise Dhātup. viii, 37
• xxxiii, 18 (cf. Vop.)
≫ śālita
śālita mfn. shining with, beautified by, distinguished for (with instr. or comp.) Siṃhâs.
śāla 1
śālá mfn. (fr. śṛ for śri) being in a house &c. ŚBr. (ám ind. 'at home' ib.)
• m. (also written sāla), an enclosure, court, fence, rampart, wall Inscr. Kāv.
• the Śāl tree, Vatica Robusta (a valuable timber tree) MBh. Kāv. &c
• Artocarpus Locucha L.
• any tree L.
• a kind of fish, Ophiocephalus Wrahl Vās.
• N. of a son of Vṛika BhP.
• of king Śāli-vāhana L.
• of a river W.
• (ā), f. below
• n. (ifc.) = śālā (col. 2)
⋙ śālakaṭaṅkaṭa
○kaṭaṅkaṭa (also written śālaṅkaṭaṅk○), m. N. of a Rākshasa MBh.
• du. N. of two supernatural beings Yājñ.
• (ī), f. of a Rākshasī MBh. R.
• mfn. belonging to ŚālṭŚāli R.
⋙ śālagupta
○gupta m. N. of a man Pat.
○tāyani m. patr. fr. prec. ib.
⋙ śālagrāma
○grāma m. N. of a village situated on the river Gaṇḍakī and regarded as sacred by the Vaishṇavas (its name comes from the Śāl trees growing near it) Prab. Pur.
• N. of Vishṇu as worshipped at Śāla-grāma or as identified with the Śālgrām stone MBh.
• m. n. a sacred stone worshipped by the Vaishṇavas and supposed to be pervaded by the presence of Vishṇu (it is a black stone which contains a fossil ammonite and is chiefly found near the above village in the Gaṇḍaki) RTL. 69, 1412
• (ī), f. N. of the river Gaṇḍakī
-kalpa m. N. of wk
-kṣetra n. the district of Śālgrām Cat.
-giri m. N. of a mountain producing the Śālgrām stone VāmP.
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
-dāna-kalpa m. -nirṇaya m. -parī7kṣā f. -māhātmya, n. -lakṣaṇa n. N. of wks. [Page 1067, Column 2]
-śilā f. the Śālgrām stone Cat.
-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ śālaja
○ja m. a kind of fish (= 1. śāla) L.
⋙ śālaniryāsa
○niryāsa m. the resinous exudation of the Śāl tree Ragh. Suśr.
⋙ śālapattrā
○pattrā f. Desmodium Gangeticum L.
⋙ śālaparṇikā
○parṇikā f. a kind of fragrant plant (prob. = next) L.
⋙ śālaparṇī
○parṇī f. Desmodium or Hedysarum Gangeticum L.
⋙ śālapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. the flower of the Śāl tree MBh.
• Hibiscus Mutabilis L.
-nibha mfn. resembling the flowers of the Śāl tree (i.e. reddish-yellow) MBh.
-bhañjikā f. a partic. game Pāṇ. 6-2, 74 Sch.
-maya mf(ī)n. made of the flowers of the Śāl tree MBh.
⋙ śālapota
○pota m. a young Śāl tree MBh.
⋙ śālaprāṃśu
○prâṃśu mfn. as high as a Sāl tree Ragh.
⋙ śālabhañjikā
○bhañjikā f. an image or figure made of Śāl wood Kathās. Rājat.
• a kind of game played in the east of India Uṇ.ī, 32 Sch.
• a harlot, courtezan L.
-prakhya mfn. resembling the above game MW.
○kāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be like a statue Nalac. (vḷ. śali-bh○)
⋙ śālabhañjī
○bhañjī f. a statue (made of Śāl wood) Prab.
⋙ śālamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of Śāl wood Pāṇ. 4-3, 144 Sch.
⋙ śālamarkaṭaka
○markaṭaka wṛ. for śālā-markaṭaka
⋙ śālarasa
○rasa m. = -niryāsa L.
⋙ śālavaṃśanṛpamuktāvalī
○vaṃśa-nṛpa-muktâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ śālavadana
○vadana m. N. of an Asura Hariv.
⋙ śālavana
○vana bhadra-śāla-vana
⋙ śālavalaya
○valaya m. n. an encircling wall or rampart Vās.
⋙ śālavāṇaka
○vāṇaka m. pl. N. of a people VP.
⋙ śālavāha
○vāha m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ śālavāhana
○vāhana m. N. of a man Cat.
• = śāli-v○ Vīrac.
⋙ śālaveṣṭa
○veṣṭa m. = -niryāsa L.
⋙ śālaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga n. the top of a wall L.
⋙ śālasaṃkāśa
○saṃkāśa mfn. resembling the Śāl tree MBh.
⋙ śālasāra
○sāra m. a tree L.
• Asa Foetida L.
⋙ śālaskandha
○skandha and m. the trunk of the Śāl tree MBh.
⋙ śālastambha
○stambha m. the trunk of the Śāl tree MBh.
⋙ śālāṅkī
śālâṅkī f. a doll, puppet, wooden figure (cf. śāla-bhañjikā) L.
⋙ śālendrarāja
śālêndra-rāja m. N. of a Buddha SaddhP.
≫ śālaka
śālaka (ifc.) = 1. śāla or = śālā ( tri-, pīta-, priya-ś○)
• m. (prob.) a jester, buffoon Pāṇ. 1-4, 106 Sch.
≫ śālana
śālana n. (also written sāl○) the resin of Vatica Robusta Pañcar.
≫ śālā
śā́lā f. (ifc. also śāla n.) a house, mansion, building, hall, large room, apartment, shed, workshop, stable AV. &c. &c. [Germ. sāl ; Eng. hall]
• a large branch (cf. śākhā) L.
• a kind of metre (cf. śālinī)
⋙ śālākarkaṭaka
○karkaṭaka n. a kind of radish L. (vḷ. -markaṭaka and -śarkataka)
⋙ śālākarman
○karman n. house-building, PārGr
○ma-paddhati f. N. of wk
⋙ śālākṣa
○"ṣkṣa (śālâkṣa), m. (prob.), house-eyed i.e. large-eyed (?)', N. of a man ĀśvŚr.
⋙ śālāgni
○"ṣgni (śālâgni), m. domestic fire Gaut. Gobh. (cf. RTL. 365)
⋙ śālājira
○"ṣjira (śālâj○), m. a kind of dish Hcar.
⋙ śālātva
○tva n. the state of (being) a house &c. MārkP.
⋙ śālādvār
○dvār f. or a house-door
⋙ śālādvāra
○dvāra n. a house-door
○rya mfn. being at the door or entrance of a house (as fire) KātyŚr.
• m. a kind of sacrificial fire Vait.
⋙ śālāpati
○pati (śā́lā), m. the lord of a house, a house-holder AV.
⋙ śālāmarkaṭaka
○markaṭaka -karkaṭaka
⋙ śālāmukha
○mukha n. the front of a house L.
• m. a kind of rice Suśr.
○khīya mfn. being at the front of a house (cf. -dvārya)
• m. a kind of sacrificial fire ŚrS.
⋙ śālāmṛga
○mṛga m. 'house-animal', a dog L.
• a jackal (as prowling near houses?) R. (vḷ. śākhā-mṛga)
⋙ śālāvaṃśa
○vaṃśa m. the chief part of a shed AitĀr.
⋙ śālāvat
○vat m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 5-3, 118
• (ī), f. N. of a wife of Viśvāmitra Hariv.
⋙ śālāvata
○vata m. pl. the descendants of Śālāvat Pāṇ. 5-3, 118
• (ī), f. a princess of the Śālāvatas ib.
⋙ śālāvatya
○vatya m. a king of the Śālāvatas ib.
• patr. fr. śalāvat ChUp. (cf. Śaṃk.)
⋙ śālāvṛka
○vṛka m. 'house-wolf', a dog, cat, jackal &c. L. (cf. śālāvṛká)
⋙ śālāśarkaṭaka
○śarkaṭaka -karkaṭaka
⋙ śālāśraya
○"ṣśraya (śālâśr○), mfn. dwelling in a house (-tva, n.) Baudh.
⋙ śālāsad
○sad mfn. sitting or being in a hṭhouse or stable AitBr.
⋙ śālāstambha
○stambha m. a house-post KātyŚr.
⋙ śālāstha
○stha mfn. standing in a stable (as elephants) MBh.
≫ śālānī
śālānī f. the shrub Hedysarum Gangeticum L.
≫ śāli
śāli (for 2. p. 1068, col. 1), in comp. for śālin. -1
⋙ śālitā
○tā f
⋙ śālitva
○tva n. (for 2. under 2. śāli) being connected or furnished or endowed with (comp.) Sarvad. Suśr.
• trust or confidence in, relying upon W.
≫ śālika 1
śālika mfn. relating or belonging to a hall or room, g. vrīhy-ādi
• relating or belonging to the Śāl tree. W.
• (ā), f. a house, shop ( nāpita-ś○)
≫ śālin
śālin mfn. possessing a house or room &c., g. vrīhy-ādi
• (ifc.) possessing, abounding in, full of, possessed of, amply provided or furnished with, conversant with, distinguished for MBh. Kāv. &c
• praiseworthy BhP. (cf. √śāl)
• m. N. of a teacher VāyuP. [Page 1067, Column 3]
• (inī), f. a kind of metre (four times ? ? ) Piṅg. Chandom.
• N. of a woman Śukas.
≫ śālī
śālī f. a kind of plant (= kṛṣṇa-jīraka) W.
≫ śālīna
śālīna mf(ā)n. having a fixed house or abode, settled, established, domestic Āpast. Baudh.
• impotent (in a partic. manner) Nār.
• shy, bashful, modest Kāv. Pur. (arn, ind. Naish.)
• like, resembling W.
• m. an opulent householder, one who devotes himself to household or worldly affairs ib.
• (ā), f. Anethum Panmorium or another species L.
• n. bashfulness, modesty, humility, (esp.) taking alms without begging BhP.
⋙ śālīnatā
○tā f. bashfulness, embarrassment, shyness, modesty Kāv.
⋙ śālīnatva
○tva n. the having a fixed abode or homestead Baudh.
• bashfulness Bhaṭṭ.
-varjita mfn. devoid of modesty, immodest W.
⋙ śālīnaśīla
○śīla mfn. having a bashful disposition or retiring nature (-tva n.) Uttarar.
≫ śālīnī
śālīnī in comp. for śālīna
⋙ śālīnīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the making humble, humiliation Pāṇ. 1-3, 70
• abuse, reproach MW.
⋙ śālīnīkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti, to make humble, humiliate ib.
≫ śālīnya
śālīnya m. patr. fr. śālīna g. kurv-ādi
≫ śālīya
śālīya mfn. 'belonging to a house', g. utkarâdi
• m. N. of a teacher Pur.
śāla 2
śāla m. (for 1. col. 1) = śala g. jval-ādi
• m. n. (also written sāla), g. ardharcâdi
śālagrāma
śāla-grāma &c. 1. śāla, col. 1
śālaṅka
śālaṅka m. pl. the disciples of Śālaṅki Pat.
≫ śālaṅkāyana
śālaṅkāyana m. (also written sāl○) patr. fr. śalaṅka g. nadâdi
• N. of a Ṛishi (son of Viśvāmitra
• pl. = Śālaṅkāyana's, descendants) ĀśvŚr. MBh. Pañcat.
• of one of Śiva's attendants L.
⋙ śālaṅkāyanagotra
○gotra n. the family of the Śālankāyanas MW.
⋙ śālaṅkāyanajā
○jā f. 'ŚṭŚālaṅkāyana's daughter', N. of Satyavatī L.
⋙ śālaṅkāyanabāṣkala
○bāṣkala m. pl. the ŚṭŚālaṅkāyana and the Bāshkalas Hariv.
⋙ śālaṅkāyanasauśrava
○sauśrava m. pl. the Śālaṅkāyana and the Sauśravas ib.
≫ śālaṅkāyani
śālaṅkāyani m. a patr. (perhaps wṛ. for ○yana) Pravar.
≫ śālaṅkāyanin
śālaṅkāyanin m. pl. the school of Śālaṅkāyana Lāṭy.
≫ śālaṅkāyanīputra
śā́laṅkāyanī-pútra m. N. of a teacher ŚBr.
≫ śālaṅki
śālaṅki m. patr. of Pāṇini L.
śālaṅkaṭaṅkaṭa
śālaṅkaṭaṅkaṭa śāla-k○, on col. 1
śālaṅkṛtya
śālaṅkṛtya m. pl. N. of a family VP.
śālabha
śālabha mfn. (fr. śalabha) belonging to a moth or grasshopper
• m. (with vidhi) the way of the moth (to fly into fire, i.e. 'rushing inconsiderately into danger') Mudr. (cf. pataṃga-vṛtti)
śālava
śālava m. Symplocos Racemosa L.
śālāka
śālāká m. (fr. śalāka) a collection of chips or brush-wood ŚBr. KātyŚr.
• m. (scil. agni) a fire of brush-wood ĀśvŚr.
≫ śālākābhreya
śālākābhreya m. patr. fr. śalākā-bhrū g. śubhrâdi
≫ śālākin
śālākin m. (prob. wṛ. for śalākin) a surgeon, barber W.
• a spearman ib.
≫ śālākeya
śālākeya m. metron. fr. śalākā g. śubhrâdi
≫ śālākya
śālākya m. an oculist who uses sharp instruments VarBṛS.
• n. employment of pointed instruments as a branch of surgery (cf. āyur-veda) Suśr.
• metron. fr. śalākā g. kurv-ādi
⋙ śālākyaśāstra
○śāstra n. the science of using sharp instruments for diseases of the eye &c. ib.
śālāñci
śālāñci vḷ. for next
śālāñji
śālāñji f. Achyranthes Triandra L. (vḷ. śālañca, ○lāñci, ○liñca)
śālāturīya
śālāturīya mfn. born in Śalātura Pāṇ. 4-3, 94
• m. N. of Pāṇini Gaṇar. 2
śālāthala
śālāthala m. patr. fr. śalāthala Pravar.
≫ śālāthaleya
śālāthaleya m. patr. fr. id., g. śubhrâdi
śālāra
śālāra n. (perhaps connected with śālā
• only L.) a bird-cage
• a ladder, flight of stairs
• the claw of an elephant
• (also written sālāra) a pin or peg projecting from a wall, bracket, shelf (cf. śalāka). [Page 1068, Column 1]
śālāluka
śālāluka mfn. dealing in śalālu (q.v.) Pāṇ. 4-4, 54
śālāsthali
śālāsthali m. a patr., g. krauḍyādi
≫ śālāsthalyā
śālāsthalyā f. ib.
śāli 2
śāli m. (accord. to some also f
• for 1. p. 1067, col. 2) rice (often varieties), any grain of a similar character to rice Mn. MBh. &c
• the civet-cat, pole-cat Hcar. (?) L.
• N. of a Yaksha (who was transformed into a lion
• cf. śāli-vāhana below)
• pl. grains of rice, rice R.
⋙ śālikaṇa
○kaṇa m. a grain of rice Kathās.
⋙ śālikūṭa
○kūṭa n. a heap of rice R.
⋙ śālikedāra
○kedāra m. a rice-field Vās. (vḷ.)
⋙ śālikṣetra
○kṣetra n. id. Yājñ. Sch.
⋙ śāligotra
○gotra m. N. of a teacher Cat. (vḷ. śāli-hotra)
⋙ śāligopī
○gopī f. the female watcher of a rice-field Ragh.
⋙ śālicūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. rice-flour, ground rice Rājat.
⋙ śālijāla
○jāla n. a mass or dense field of rice Ṛitus.
⋙ śālijaudana
○jâudana m. n. (ja + od○) rice-pap, boiled rice VarBṛS. -2
⋙ śālitā
○tā f
⋙ śālitva
○tva n. (for 1. p. 1067, col. 2) the state or condition of rice MW.
⋙ śālinātha
○nātha m. (also with miśra) N. of various authors Cat.
⋙ śāliparṇī
○parṇī f. Glycine Debilis Car.
• = māṣa-parṇī L.
⋙ śālipiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ śālipiṣṭa
○piṣṭa n. rice-flour Suśr.
• crystal L.
⋙ śālibhañjikaya
○bhañjikaya śāla-bh○
⋙ śālibhadra
○bhadra m. N. of a Jina Siṃhâs.
-caritra n. N. of wk
⋙ śālibhavana
○bhavana n. (cf. MBh.),
⋙ śālibhū
○bhū f. (cf. Rājat.) a rice-field
⋙ śālimañjari
○mañjari m. N. of a Ṛishi Cat. (written sāli-m○)
⋙ śālivah
○vah (strong form -vāh) mf(śāly-ūhī)n. carrying rice Vop.
⋙ śālivāha
○vāha m. an ox used for carrying rice MBh. R. (cf. Sch
• accord. to Nīlak. 'the measure of rice called śāli-vāha')
• a proper N. MW.
⋙ śālivāhana
○vāhana m. N. of a celebrated sovereign of India (said to be so called either from having ridden on a Yaksha called Śāli, or from Śali for Śāla, the Śāl tree, Śāli-vāhana being represented as borne on a cross made of that or other wood
• he was the enemy of Vikramâditya and institutor of the era now called Śaka, q.v
• his capital was Pratishṭhāna on the Godāvarī) Siṃhâs. Subh. Buddh.
-caritra n. -sataka n. -saptatī f. N. of wks
⋙ śāliśiras
○śiras m. N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh. Hariv.
⋙ śāliśūka
○śūka m. n. an awn or beard of rice R.
• m. N. of a Maurya Pur.
⋙ śālisaṃrakṣikā
○saṃrakṣikā f. a female watcher of a rice-field Vās. Sch.
⋙ śālisūrya
○sūrya m. or n. N. of a place MBh.
⋙ śālistambhaka
○stambhaka (?), N. of wk
⋙ śālihotra
○hotra m. 'receiving offerings of rice', a poetical N. for a horse L.
• N. of a Muni and writer on veterinary subjects MBh.
• n. Śāli-hotra's work on veterinary science
-jña mfn. versed in that science Pañcat.
-sāra m. N. of wk
○trāyaṇa m. patr. fr. śālihotra (pl.), Prav
○trin m. a horse L.
○trīya n. ○trônnaya m. N. of medical wks
⋙ śālīkṣumat
śālī7kṣu-mat mfn. sown with rice and sugar-cane VarBṛS.
≫ śālika 2
śālika mfn. (for 1. p. 1067, col. 2) derived or prepared from rice (with piṣṭa n. rice-flour) Hcat.
• m. (with ācārya) N. of a teacher
• (ā), f. N. of wk
⋙ śālikanātha
○nātha m. N. of a poet Cat.
• of the author of a Comm. on the Gīta-govinda ib.
≫ śāleya
śāleya mf(ī)n. sown with rice Bālar.
• m. or (ā), f. Anethum Panmori or Sowa (n. its grain) Car.
• m. a kind of radish L.
• N. of a mountain Vīrac.
≫ śāly
śāly in comp. for 2. śāli
⋙ śālyanna
○anna n
⋙ śālyodana
○odana mṇ. boiled rice Kāv. Suśr.
śāliñca
śāliñca m. ○cī f. = śālāñji L.
śālī 1
śālī f. Nigella Indica L.