Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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ha 1
ha the thirty-third and last consonant of the Nāgarī alphabet (in Pāṇini's system belonging to the guttural class, and usually pronounced like the English h in hard
• it is not an original letter, but is mostly derived from an older gh, rarely from dh or bh)
⋙ hakāra
○kāra m. the letter or sound ha MW.
⋙ hatva
○tva n. the state of the letter ha ib.
ha 2
ha (only L.), m. a form of Śiva or Bhairava (cf. nakulī7śa)
• water
• a cipher (i.e. the arithmetical figure which symbolizes o)
• meditation, auspiciousness
• sky, heaven, paradise
• blood
• dying
• fear
• knowledge
• the moon
• Vishṇu
• war, battle
• horripilation
• a horse
• pride
• a physician
• cause, motive
• = pāpa-haraṇa
• = sakopa-vāraṇa
• = śuṣka
• (also ā f.) laughter
• (ā), f. coition
• a lute (am), n. the Supreme Spirit
• pleasure, delight
• a weapon
• the sparkling of a gem
• calling, calling to the sound of a lute
• (ind.) = aham (?), IndSt
• mfn. mad, drunk
ha 3
ha ind. (prob. orig. identical with 2. gha, and used as a particle for emphasizing a preceding word, esp. if it begins a sentence closely connected with another
• very frequent in the Brāhmaṇas and Sūtras, and often translatable by) indeed, assuredly, verily, of course, then &c. (often with other particles, e.g. with tv eva, u, sma, vai &c
na ha, 'not indeed'
• also with interrogatives and relatives, e.g. yad dha, 'when indeed'
kad dha, 'what then?' sometimes with impf. or pf. [cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 116]
• in later language very commonly used as a mere expletive, esp. at the end of a verse) RV. &c. &c
ha 4
ha mf(ā)n. (fr. √han) killing, destroying, removing (only ifc
• See arāti-, vṛtra-, śatruha &c.)
ha 5
ha mf(ā)n. (fr. √3. ) abandoning, deserting, avoiding (ifc
• See an-oka- and vāpī-ha)
• (ā), f. abandonment, desertion L.
haṃsa 1
haṃsá m. (ifc. f. ā
• accord. to Uṇ. iii, 62 fr. √1. han, 'to go?') a goose, gander, swan, flamingo (or other aquatic bird, considered as a bird of passage
• sometimes a mere poetical or mythical bird, said in RV. to be able to separate Soma from water, when these two fluids are mixed, and in later literature, milk from water when these two are mixed
• also forming in RV. the vehicle of the Aśvins, and in later litṭliterature that of Brahmā
• ifc. also = 'best or chief among') RV. &c. &c
• the soul or spirit (typified by the pure white colour of a goose or swan, and migratory like a goose
• sometimes 'the Universal Soul or Supreme Spirit', identified with Virāj, Nārāyaṇa, Vishṇu, Śiva, Kāma, and the Sun
• du. 'the universal and the individual Spirit'
• accord. to Sāy. resolvable into ahaṃ sa, 'I am that') Up. MBh. Hariv. &c
• one of the vital airs L.
• a kind of ascetic MBh. Hariv. BhP.
• a man of supernatural qualities born under a partic. constellation VarBṛS.
• an unambitious monarch L.
• a horse Naigh. i, 14
• an excellent draught-ox (accord. to some, 'a buffalo') VarBṛS.
• a mountain L.
• a temple of a partic. form VarBṛS.
• a kind of Mantra or mystical text Cat.
• silver L.
• envy, malice L.
• N. of two metres Col.
• (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
• a mystical N. of the letter h Cat.
• a spiritual preceptor W.
• N. of a Deva-gandharva Hariv.
• of a Dānava ib.
• of a son of Brahmā BhP.
• of a son of Vasu-deva ib.
• of a son of A-rishṭā MBh.
• of a son of Brahma-datta and general of Jarā-saṃdha ib.
• of various authors &c. Cat.
• of one of the Moon's horses VP. [Page 1286, Column 2]
• of a mountain Pur.
• pl. N. of the Brāhmans in Plaksha-dviipa BhP.
• (ī), f. a female goose Mṛicch. Kathās.
• N. of various metres Śrutab. Chandom. Col.
• of a daughter of Bhagīratha and wife of Kautsa MBh.
• of a courtezan Rājat. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. anser for [1286, 2] hanser ; Lit. ś3asís ; Germ. ṅans ; Angl. Sax. gôs ; Eng. goose.]
⋙ haṃsakākīya
○kākīya mfn. (fr. haṃsa-kāka) relating to a goose and a crow (as a partic. fable) MBh.
⋙ haṃsakāntā
○kāntā f. 'gander-loved', a female goose L.
⋙ haṃsakālītanaya
○kālī-tanaya m. a buffalo ( kālī-t○) L.
⋙ haṃsakīlaka
○kīlaka m. a partic. form of sexual union (vḷ. -nīlaka) L.
⋙ haṃsakūṭa
○kūṭa m. 'swan's peak', N. of one of the peaks of the Himâlaya MBh. Hariv.
• the hump on the shoulder of the Indian ox L.
⋙ haṃsaga
○ga m. 'going or riding on a swan', N. of Brahmā L.
⋙ haṃsagati
○gati mfn. having a swan's gait Vikr.
⋙ haṃsagadgadā
○gadgadā f. 'prattling like a swan', a sweetly speaking woman L.
⋙ haṃsagamana
○gamana n. the gait of a swan or goose MW.
• (ā), f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
⋙ haṃsagāminī
○gāminī f. 'walking like a swan', a graceful woman Mn. iii, 10
⋙ haṃsaguhya
○guhya n. 'the mystery of the Universal Soul', N. of a partic. hymn BhP.
⋙ haṃsacakrapraśna
○cakra-praśna m. N. of wk
⋙ haṃsacandrāṃśu
○candrâṃśu m. pl. the rays of the sun and the moon MBh.
⋙ haṃsacarasvārodaya
○carasvârôdaya m. N. of wks
⋙ haṃsacihnadukūlavat
○cihna-dukūla-vat mfn. clad in a garment woven with representations of geese Ragh.
⋙ haṃsacūḍa
○cūḍa m. N. of a Yaksha MBh.
⋙ haṃsacchattra
○cchattra n. dry ginger L.
⋙ haṃsaja
○ja m. 'swan-born', N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.
⋙ haṃsajātīya
○jātīya mfn. belonging to the tribe of birds called Haṃsa, anserine Pañcat.
⋙ haṃsajihva
○jihva m. 'goose-tongued', N. of a man, pl. his family Saṃskārak.
⋙ haṃsatā
○tā f. the being a goose Kathās.
⋙ haṃsatīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
⋙ haṃsatūla
○tūla n. (cf. L.),
⋙ haṃsatūlikā
○tūlikā f. (cf. Nalac.) 'gṭgoose-cotton', the soft feathers or down of a goose
⋙ haṃsatva
○tva n. = -tā Kathās.
⋙ haṃsadāhana
○dāhana n. aloe wood L.
⋙ haṃsadūta
○dūta m. n. N. of two poems (by Kaviindrâcārya Sarasvatī and by Rūpa Gosvāmin)
⋙ haṃsadvāra
○dvāra n. N. of a pass near Lake Mānasa
⋙ haṃsadvīpa
○dvīpa m. n. N. of an island Kathās.
⋙ haṃsadhvaja
○dhvaja m. N. of a king Cat.
⋙ haṃsanāda
○nāda m. the cackling or cry of a goose or swan (thought to have something of a sacred character)
• (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
• N. of a Vidyā-dhara Bālar.
○dôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad (= haṃsôp○)
⋙ haṃsanādin
○nādin mfn. making a noise like a gṭgoose or swan, cackling
• (inī), f. a graceful woman (one of the various classes into which women are divided) L.
⋙ haṃsanābha
○nābha m. N. of a mountain MārkP.
⋙ haṃsanidāna
○nidāna n. N. of a med. wk
⋙ haṃsanīlaka
○nīlaka See -kīlaka
⋙ haṃsapakṣa
○pakṣa m. a partic. position of the hand Cat.
⋙ haṃsapatha
○patha m. pl. N. of a people (vḷ. -pada) MBh.
⋙ haṃsapada
○pada n. goose-foot (as a mark), Nar
• a partic. weight (= karṣa) ŚārṅgS.
• m. pl., See prec
• (ā), f. a kind of Svara-bhakti MāṇḍŚ.
• (ī), f. N. of various plants (accord. to L. 'a species of Mimosa and Cissus Pedata') Car.
• a kind of metre Col.
• N. of an Apsaras VP.
⋙ haṃsapadikā
○padikā f. N. of the first wife of Dushyanta (vḷ. haṃsa-vatī) Śak.
⋙ haṃsaparameśvara
○paramêśvara m. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ haṃsapāda
○pāda m. the foot of a goose MW.
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras, Vp
• wṛ. for haṃsa-padā
• (ī), f. N. of a plant = (or wṛ. for) haṃsa-padī
• (am), n. vermilion L.
• quicksilver L.
⋙ haṃsapādikā
○pādikā f. a kind of plant (= -padī) L.
⋙ haṃsapāla
○pāla m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ haṃsapura
○pura n. N. of a town L.
⋙ haṃsaprapatana
○prapatana n. N. of a Tīrtha MBh.
⋙ haṃsapoṭṭalī
○poṭṭalī f. a partic. mixture, Rasêndr
⋙ haṃsaprabodhā
○prabodhā f. N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
⋙ haṃsabīja
○bīja n. a goose's egg L.
⋙ haṃsabhūpāla
○bhūpāla m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haṃsamaṇḍūraka
○maṇḍūraka n. a partic. mixture Cat.
⋙ haṃsamārga
○mārga m. pl. N. of a people (B. hanyamāna) MBh.
⋙ haṃsamālā
○mālā f. a line or flight of Haṃsas, flock of wild geese &c. Kum.
• a kind of goose or duck (with dark grey wings) L.
• a kind cf metre Col.
⋙ haṃsamāṣā
○māṣā f. Glycine Debilis L.
⋙ haṃsamāheśvara
○māhêśvara m. N. of a Tantra wk. (cf. -paraṃêśv○)
⋙ haṃsamukha
○mukha mf(ī)n. formed like a goose's beak, ŚrS.
⋙ haṃsamauna
○mauna n. N. of wk
⋙ haṃsayāna
○yāna n. a goose or swan as a vehicle, a car drawn by swans Kathās. BhP.
• mf(ī)n. riding on a swan Cat.
⋙ haṃsayukta
○yukta mfn. drawn by swans (said of the chariot of Brahmā) MW.
⋙ haṃsayuvan
○yuvan m. a young goose or swan ib.
⋙ haṃsaratha
○ratha m. 'whose vehicle is a Haṃsa', N. of Brahmā L.
• of a man Rājat.
⋙ haṃsarāja
○rāja m. 'king of geese', a large gander Hit.
• N. of a man Rājat.
• of various authors Cat.
⋙ haṃsarāmapraśna
○rāma-praśna m. N. of a treatise on augury (cf. cakra-pr○)
⋙ haṃsaruta
○ruta n. the cackling of geese Suśr.
• a kind of metre Col.
⋙ haṃsaroman
○roman n. = -tūla HPariś.
⋙ haṃsalipi
○lipi f. a partic. mode of writing Jain.
⋙ haṃsalīla
○līla m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
⋙ haṃsalomaśa
○lomaśa n. green sulphate of iron L.
⋙ haṃsalohaka
○lohaka n. brass L. [Page 1286, Column 3]
⋙ haṃsavaktra
○vaktra m. 'swan-beaked', N. of one of Skandaá attendants MBh.
⋙ haṃsavat
○vat mfn. possessing geese &c
• containing the word haṃsa AitBr.
• (atī), f. a verse containing the word haṃsa (applied to RV. iv, 40, 5, in which the sun in the form of Dadhi-krā, here called Haṃsa, is identified with Para-brahman or the Supreme Being
• this verse is also found in VS. x, 24 ; xii, 14 &c.) ĀpŚr.
• Cissus Pedata L.
• N. of the first wife of Dushyanta (vḷ. for -padikā) Śak.
• of the murderess of Vīra-sena Hcar.
• of a town and district (= Pegu) Buddh.
⋙ haṃsavāraṇagāminī
○vāraṇa-gāminī f. a woman who walks like a swan and young elephant MW.
⋙ haṃsavāha
○vāha mfn. riding on a Haṃsa BhP.
⋙ haṃsavāhana
○vāhana m. 'id.', N. of Brahmā ib.
⋙ haṃsavikrāntagāmitā
○vikrāntagāmitā f. having a walk like the gait of a swan (one of the 80 minor marks of a Buddha) Dharmas. 84
⋙ haṃsaviveka
○viveka m. N. of wk
⋙ haṃsavega
○vega m. N. of a man Hcar.
⋙ haṃsaśyeta
○śyeta mf(enī)n. white like a swan Kir.
⋙ haṃsaśreṇī
○śreṇī f. a line or row of geese Ragh.
⋙ haṃsasaṃghārāma
○saṃghârāma m. N. of a temple Buddh.
⋙ haṃsasaṃdeśa
○saṃdeśa m. N. of a poem by Vedântâcārya
⋙ haṃsasāci
○sā́ci m. a kind of bird TS.
⋙ haṃsāṃśu
haṃsâṃśu mfn. 'swan-rayed', swan-coloured, white MW.
⋙ haṃsākāra
haṃsâkāra mfn. having the form of a Haṃsa VarBṛS.
⋙ haṃsāṅghri
haṃsâṅghri m. 'goose-footed', vermilion L.
• (ī), f. a kind of Mimosa L.
⋙ haṃsādhirūḍhā
haṃsâdhirūḍhā f. 'mounted on a swan', N. of Sarasvatī (as wife of Brahmā) L.
⋙ haṃsābhikhya
haṃsâbhikhya n. 'bright as a swan', silver L.
⋙ haṃsārūḍha
haṃsârūḍha mf(ā) n. mounted on a swan (applied to Varuṇa, Brahmā, and Sarasvatī) L.
⋙ haṃsāvatī
haṃsāvatī f. = haṃsa-śreṇī Kathās.
• N. of a woman Vīrac.
⋙ haṃsāṣṭaka
haṃsâṣṭaka n. N. of a poem
⋙ haṃsāsya
haṃsâsya m. a partic. position of the hand Cat.
⋙ haṃsāhvayā
haṃsâhvayā f. a kind of Mimosa Suśr.
⋙ haṃseśvaratīrtha
haṃsêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
⋙ haṃsodaka
haṃsôdaka n. a kind of cordial liquor (described as a sort of infusion of cardamoms) Car.
⋙ haṃsopaniṣad
haṃsôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad belonging to the Atharva-veda (cf. haṃsanādôp○)
≫ haṃsa 2
haṃsa Nom. P. ○sati, to act or behave like a swan Subh.
≫ haṃsaka
haṃsaka m. a goose, gander, swan, flamingo (also 'a little or poor goose &c.') Kāv. BhP.
• (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt.
• N. of a son of Brahma-datta Hariv.
• m. n. an ornament for the feet or ankles (said to be formed like a goose's foot) Śiś. vii, 23
• (ikā), f. a female goose Kathās.
• N. of a mythical cow MBh.
⋙ haṃsakavatī
○vatī f. a proper N., g. ajirâdi (vḷ.)
≫ haṃsakāyana
haṃsakāyana m. pl. N. of a people (cf. hāṃs○) MBh.
≫ haṃsāya
haṃsāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be like a goose or swan Prasannar.
≫ haṃsin
haṃsin mfn. (prob.) containing the Universal Soul (said of Kṛishṇa) Pañcar.
• (inī), f. a partic. manner of walking Saṃgīt.
≫ haṃsira
haṃsira m. a kind of mouse (cf. hasira) Suśr.
≫ haṃsī
haṃsī f. a female goose &c. ( See 1. haṃsa)
⋙ haṃsīyugala
○yugala m. a pair of geese or ducks MW.
≫ haṃsīya
haṃsīya mfn. g. gahâdi
haṃho ind. (cf. ham) a vocative particle (corresponding to 'ho!' 'hollol' accord. to some also expressing haughtiness or contempt
• in dram. a form of address used by equals to each other) MBh. Kāv. &c
hak ind. (onomat.) the sound hak
⋙ hakkāra
○kāra m. making the sound hak, calling, calling to L.
≫ hakka
hakka m. calling to an elephant L.
• (ā), f. an owl VarBṛS.
≫ hakkaya
hakkaya Nom. P. ○yati, to call, call to Pañcad.
≫ hakkāpradhānā
hakkā-pradhānā f. (used in explaining niṣṭhura-bhāṣā), Śīl
≫ hakkāhakka
hakkā-hakka m. calling on, challenging Pañcat.
haci See sundara-haci, p. 1227, col. 1
haci-pura n. N. of a town Buddh.
haja-deśa m. N. of a district Cat.
≫ hajāja
hajāja and N. of a place ib.
⋙ hajāji
hajāji N. of a place ib.
hañcā See karahañcā, p. 255, col. 1
hañja f. (accord. to some = kanyā) a female servant (voc. ○je, often used in dram. as a particle of address) L.
≫ hañjikā
hañjikā f. a female attendant, chamber-maid (-tva n.) KāśīKh.
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus L. [Page 1287, Column 1]
hañji m. a sneeze, sneezing (= kṣut)
haṭ cl. 1. P. haṭati, to shine, be bright Dhātup. ix, 25
haṭa wṛ. for haṭha
haṭaka wṛ. for hāṭaka
haṭaparṇī wṛ. for haṭha-parṇī
haṭṭa m. (cf. aṭṭa) a market, fair Pañcat. Vet.
• (ī), f. a petty market or fair L.
⋙ haṭṭacandra
○candra m. N. of a grammarian (often quoted)
⋙ haṭṭacauraka
○cauraka m. a thief who steals from fairs and markets L.
⋙ haṭṭavāhinī
○vāhinī f. a gutter in a market-place Subh.
⋙ haṭṭavilāsinī
○vilāsinī f. 'dallying in market-places', a wanton woman, prostitute W.
• a sort of perfume (= dhamanī) L.
• turmeric (= haridrā) L.
⋙ haṭṭaveśmālī
○veśmâlī f. a row of market houses L.
⋙ haṭṭādhyakṣa
haṭṭâdhyakṣa m. the surveyor of a market L.
haṭh (only in Dhātup. ix, 50
• prob. artificial), cl. 1. P. haṭhati, to leap, jump
• to be wicked
• to treat with violence, oppress (cf. next)
• to bind to a post
≫ haṭha
haṭha m. violence, force (ibc., ena, and āt, 'by force, forcibly') R. Rājat. Kathās. &c
• obstinacy, pertinacity (ibc. and āt, 'obstinately, persistently') Pañcat. Kathās.
• absolute or inevitable necessity (as the cause of all existence and activity
• ibc., āt, and ena, 'necessarily, inevitably, by all means') MBh. Kāv. &c
• = haṭha-yoga Cat.
• oppression W.
• rapine ib.
• going in the rear of an enemy L.
• Pistia Stratiotes L.
⋙ haṭhakarman
○karman n. an act of violence Siṃhâs.
⋙ haṭhakāmuka
○kāmuka m. a violent suitor of (comp.) Kathās.
⋙ haṭhatattvakaumudī
○tattva-kaumudī f
⋙ haṭhadīpa
○dīpa m
⋙ haṭhadīpikā
○dīpikā f. (= -pra-dīpikā) N. of wks
⋙ haṭhaparṇī
○parṇī f. Blyxa Octandra L.
⋙ haṭhapradīpikā
○pra-dīpikā f. (cf. -yoga) N. of wk
⋙ haṭhayoga
○yoga m. a kind of forced Yoga or abstract meditation (forcing the mind to withdraw from external objects
• treated of in the Haṭha-pradīpikā by Svātmârāma and performed with much self-torture, such as standing on one leg, holding up the arms, inhaling smoke with the head inverted &c.)
-viveka m. -saṃgraha m. N. of wks
⋙ haṭhayogin
○yogin m. an adherent of the Hatha-yoga Cat.
⋙ haṭharatnāvalī
○ratnâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ haṭhavidyā
○vidyā f. the science or method of forced meditation Cat.
⋙ haṭhaśarman
○śarman m. N. of a Brāhman Kathās.
⋙ haṭhasaṃketacandrikā
○saṃketa-candrikā f. N. of two wks
⋙ haṭhādeśin
haṭhâdeśin mfn. prescribing forcible measures against (gen.) Mcar.
⋙ haṭhāyāta
haṭhâyāta mfn. become absolutely necessary, indispensable Kathās.
⋙ haṭhālu
haṭhâlu m. Pistia Stratiotes L.
⋙ haṭhāśleṣa
haṭhâśleṣa m. a forcible embrace Ml.
≫ haṭhātkāra
haṭhāt-kāra m. = balāt-kāra ŚivaP.
≫ haṭhikā
haṭhikā f. (prob.) great noise or din Daś.
≫ haṭhin
haṭhin mfn. obstinately insisting on Nīlak.
haḍa (prob.) wṛ. for next Kāraṇḍ.
haḍi m. wooden fetters Divyâv.
• = next Cat.
≫ haḍika
haḍika m. a servant of the lowest caste L.
≫ haḍḍaka
⋙ haḍḍi
⋙ haḍḍika
⋙ haḍḍipa
haḍḍipa m. id. L.
haḍḍa n. a bone L.
⋙ haḍḍaja
○ja n. 'produced from bones', marrow L.
haḍḍa-candra m. = haṭṭa-c○ Col.
haḍhakka m. n. a small hand drum, rattle L.
haṇḍa See kūla-haṇḍa
≫ haṇḍaka
haṇḍaka See kūla-haṇḍaka
≫ haṇḍikā
haṇḍikā f. an earthen pot or boiler Subh.
⋙ haṇḍikāsuta
○suta m. a small earthen pot L.
≫ haṇḍī
haṇḍī f. = haṇḍikā MW.
haṇḍā f. (in dram.) a low-caste female (voc. ○de often in address
• cf. hañjā) L.
hata &c. See col. 2
hathinâvagrāma m. N. of a village Inscr.
had cl. 1. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxiii, 8) hadati, ○te (pf. jahade
• aor. ahatta &c., Gr.), to evacuate, discharge excrement BhP. Sarasv. Kathârṇ.: Caus. hādayati Gr.: Desid. jihatsate ib.: Intens. jāhadyate, jāhatti ib. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [1287, 1]
≫ hadana
hadana n. evacuation of excrement or ordure L.
≫ hanna
hanna mfn. evacuated (as excrement) L. [Page 1287, Column 2]
≫ hādi
hādi m. or f. a spider (= lūtā) L.
hadda m. or haddā f. (Arab.) N. of a division of a zodiacal sign (thirty such divisions or degrees are specified
• cf. triṃśâṃśa), IndSt. Cat.
⋙ haddeśa
haddêśa m. 'lord of a thirtieth division of a zodiacal sign', (prob.) a planet ib.
han 1
han cl. 2. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxiv, 2) hanti (3. du. hatáḥ, 3. pl. ghnanti
• rarely Ā. hate, 3. pl. ghnate
• and cl. 1. hanati, Ved. also jighnate, ○ti
• Pot. hanyāt Br. also hánīta, ghnīta
• Impv. jahí TĀr. handhí
• impf. áhan, Ved. and ep. also ahanat, ahanan, aghnanta
• p. jaghnat, ghnamāna MBh.
• pf. jaghā́na, jaghnúḥ Br.and ep. also jaghne, ○nire, Subj. jaghánat RV.
• p. jaghnivás, Ved. also jaghanvas
• aor. ahānīt JaimBr. [√.vadh]
• fut. hantā MBh.
haṃsyati ib.
haniṣyáti, ○te AV. &c
• inf. hántum, Ved. also hántave, ○tavaí, ○toḥ
• ind. p. hatvā́, Ved. also ○tvií, ○tvāya, -hatya
-hanya MBh.
-ghā́tam Br. &c.), to strike, beat (also a drum), pound, hammer (acc.), strike &c. upon (loc.) RV. &c. &c
• to smite, slay, hit, kill, mar, destroy ib.
• to put to death, cause to be executed Mn. Hit.
• to strike off Kathās.
• to ward off, avert MBh.
• to hurt, wound (the heart) R.
• to hurl (a dart) upon (gen.) RV.
• (in astron.) to touch, come into contact VarBṛS.
• to obstruct, hinder Rājat.
• to repress, give up, abandon (anger, sorrow &c.) Kāv. BhP.
• (?) to go, move Naigh. ii, 14: Pass. hanyáte (ep. also ○ti
• aor. avadhi or aghāni), to be struck or killed RV. &c. &c.: Caus. ghātayati, ○te (properly a Nom. fr. ghāta, q.v
• aor. ajīghatat or ajīghanat), to cause to be slain or killed, kill, slay, put to death, punish Mn. MBh. &c
• to notify a person's death (kaṃsaṃ ghātayati = kaṃsa-vadham ācaṣṭe) Pāṇ. 3-1, 26 Vārtt. 6 Pat.
• to mar, destroy MBh. Pañcat. (vḷ.): Desid. jíghāṃsati, ○te (Pot. jighāṃsīyat MBh.
• impf. ajighāṃsīḥ ŚBr.), to wish to kill or destroy RV. &c. &c.: Intens. jáṅghanti (RV.
• p. jaṅghanat, jáṅghnat or ghánighnat), jaṅghanyate (with pass. sense MuṇḍUp.), jeghnīyate (cf. Pāṇ. 7-4, 31), to strike = tread upon (loc. or acc.) RV.
• to slay, kill ib.
• to dispel (darkness), destroy (evil, harm) ib.
• to hurt, injure, wound MuṇḍUp. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. de-fendere, [1287, 2] of-fendere ; Lit. genu, gíti ; Slav. [g˘unati].]
≫ ha
ha See 4. ha, p. 1286, col. 1
≫ hata
hatá mfn. struck, heaten (also said of a drum), smitten, killed, slain, destroyed, ended, gone, lost (often ibc. = 'destitute of', 'bereft of', '-less') RV. &c. &c
• injured, marred, hurt, wounded (lit. and fig.) MBh. Kathās.
• struck off (as a head) R.
• knocked out (as an eye) ib.
• hit by (instr. or comp.) Kāv. Kathās.
• whirled up, raised (as dust) Śak.
• visited or afflicted or tormented by, struggling with, suffering from (instr. or comp.) ŚBr. ChUp. MBh. &c
• (in astron.) touched, come into contact VarBṛS.
• violated (sexually, as a woman) MBh. viii, 2037
• ruined, undone, hopeless, miserable, wretched (of persons and things
comp.) Mn. MBh. &c
• worthless, useless ib.
• defective Sāh.
• cheated, deceived Kuval.
• deprived of, lapsed from (-tas or comp.) MBh. R.
• (in arithm.) multiplied Āryabh.
• (ā), f. a violated woman ( See above)
• a despised girl unfit for marriage L.
• (am), n. striking, killing, hurting W.
• multiplication ib. [Cf. Gk. ?, [1287, 2] 'slain.']
⋙ hatakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka mfn. freed from thorns (or enemies) MBh.
⋙ hatakilbiṣa
○kilbiṣa mfn. freed from sins Mn. iv, 243
⋙ hatacitta
○citta (cf. W.),
⋙ hatacetas
○cetas (cf. R.), mfn. bereft of sense, mad, dispirited, perplexed, confounded
⋙ hatacchāya
○cchāya mfn. dimmed in lustre, bereft of beauty Kathās.
⋙ hatajalpita
○jalpita n. pl. useless talk Sāh.
⋙ hatajīvana
○jīvana n. a blighted or wrecked life Daś.
⋙ hatajīvita
○jīvita n. id. Amar.
• despair of life W.
• mfn. deprived of life or hope, overcome with despair ib.
⋙ hatajñāna
○jñāna mfn. deprived of consciousness MW.
⋙ hatajyotirniśītha
○jyotir-niśītha m. a night in which the stars are extinguished, starless night ib.
⋙ hatatāpa
○tāpa mfn. freed from heat, cooled W.
⋙ hatatrapa
○trapa mfn. devoid of shame, shameless BhP.
⋙ hatatviṭka
○tviṭka or mfn. = -cchāya MBh. R. Bcar.
⋙ hatatviṣ
○tviṣ mfn. = -cchāya MBh. R. Bcar.
⋙ hatadaiva
○daiva mfn. ill-fated, ill-starred, luckless MW.
⋙ hatadviṣ
○dviṣ mfn. one who has slain his enemies ib.
⋙ hatadhī
○dhī mfn. = -citta BhP.
⋙ hatadhvānta
○dhvānta mfn. freed from darkness ib.
⋙ hataparamārtha
○paramârtha mfn. neglectful of the highest truth (said of the senses) Bhartṛ.
⋙ hatapitṛ
○pitṛ mfn. one whose father has been slain Pāṇ. 5-4, 158 Sch.
⋙ hataputra
○putra (hatá-). mfn. one whose son or sons have been killed TS. ŚBr.
⋙ hataprabha
○prabha mfn. = -cchāya MBh. [Page 1287, Column 3]
⋙ hataprabhāva
○prabhāva mfn. bereft of power MW.
⋙ hatapramāda
○pramāda mfn. freed from carelessness Kir.
⋙ hatapravīra
○pravīra mfn. whose chief warriors are slain MW.
⋙ hataprāya
○prâya mfn. almost killed ib.
⋙ hatabāndhava
○bāndhava mfn. deprived or destitute of relations ib.
⋙ hatabuddhi
○buddhi mfn. = -citta Śiś.
⋙ hatabhaga
○bhaga mfn. illstarred, ill-fated, luckless BhP.
⋙ hatabhāgya
○bhāgya mfn. id. MW.
⋙ hatabhrātṛ
○bhrātṛ (hatá-), mfn. one whose brother has been slain AV.
⋙ hatamati
○mati mfn. = -citta Dhūrtan.
⋙ hatamātṛ
○mātṛ (hata-), mfn. one whose mother has been slain AV.
⋙ hatamāna
○māna mfn. free from pride or arrogance BhP.
⋙ hatamānasa
○mānasa mfn. = -citta Vcar.
⋙ hatamūrkha
○mūrkha m. an excessive fool, blockhead L.
⋙ hatamedhas
○medhas mfn. = -citta MW.
⋙ hatayuddha
○yuddha mfn. destitute o martial spirit BhP.
⋙ hataratha
○ratha m. a chariot whose horses and charioteer are slain MW.
⋙ hatalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa mfn. deprived of auspicious marks, unlucky MārkP.
⋙ hatavarcas
○varcas (hatá-), mfn. bereft of vigour or power, decayed AV.
⋙ hatavikramodyama
○vikramôdyama mfn. bereft of strength and energy Ṛitus.
⋙ hatavidhi
○vidhi m. evil fate Bhartṛ. Śiś. &c
• mfn. ill-fated, ill-starred Dharmav. (conj.)
⋙ hatavinaya
○vinaya mfn. lost to a sense of propriety MW.
⋙ hatavīrya
○vīrya mfn. one who has lost his virility or vigour Kum.
⋙ hatavṛtta
○vṛtta mfn. defective in metre (-tā f.) Kpr. Sāh.
⋙ hatavṛṣṇī
○vṛṣṇī (hatá-), f. whose bull or lord (i.e. Vṛitra) has been slain (said of the waters) RV. iv, 17, 3
⋙ hatavega
○vega mfn. whose impetus or force has been impeded R.
⋙ hatavrīḍa
○vrīḍa mfn. = -trapa Amar.
⋙ hataśiṣṭa
○śiṣṭa mfn. left or remaining out of the slain, left surviving MBh.
-jana m. a survivor ib.
⋙ hataśeṣa
○śeṣa mfn. = -śiṣṭa ib.
⋙ hataśrī
○śrī mfn. whose prosperity is blighted, reduced to penury MW.
⋙ hatasampada
○sampada mfn. id. ib.
⋙ hatasammada
○sammada mfn. whose pleasures are destroyed or marred ib.
⋙ hatasarvayodha
○sarva-yodha mfn. having all the warriors slain ib.
⋙ hatasadhvasa
○sádhvasa mfn. freed from fear ib.
⋙ hatasūta
○sūta mfn. one whose charioteer is slain ib.
⋙ hatastrīka
○strīka mfn. one who has killed a woman Mṛicch.
⋙ hatasvara
○svara mfn. one who has lost his voice, hoarse Bhpr.
⋙ hatasvasṛ
○svasṛ (hatá-), mfn. one whose sister has been slain AV.
⋙ hatahima
○hima mfn. one who has destroyed frost (accord. to others, m. 'hard frost') Mālav. v, 7
⋙ hatahṛdaya
○hṛdaya n. a cursed or broken heart, Śāntiś
⋙ hatāghaśansa
hatấghaśansa mfn. one whose enemies are destroyed VS.
⋙ hatādhimantha
hatâdhimantha mfn. free from disease of the eye or from loss of sight Suśr.
⋙ hatāroha
hatâroha mfn. (an elephant) whose riders are slain MW.
⋙ hatāvaśeṣa
hatâvaśeṣa m. pl. those left of the slain ib.
⋙ hatāśa
hatâśa mf(ā)n. whose hopes are destroyed, desperate Amar.
• hopeless, i.e. wretched, foolish, stupid, wicked, miserable, Ratnâv. Prab.
• unfruitful, infertile, barren W.
⋙ hatāśraya
hatâśraya mfn. one whose refuge is destroyed (others, 'whose camp is destroyed') Bcar. xiii, 70
⋙ hatāśva
hatâśva mfn. one whose horse or horses have been killed W.
⋙ hatekṣaṇa
hatêkṣaṇa mfn. one whose sight is destroyed, blind Bcar. viii, 7
⋙ hatainas
hatâinas mfn. = hata-kilbiṣa BhP.
⋙ hatottara
hatôttara mfn. giving no answer Kāv.
⋙ hatodyama
hatôdyama mfn. one whose efforts are crushed, broken in purpose, Bcir. xiii, 71 (conj.)
⋙ hataujas
hatâujas mfn. whose vigour is destroyed, weakened, debilitated MBh. R.
• m. a kind of fever Suśr.
≫ hataka
hataka mf(ikā)n. struck, hit, afflicted by (ifc
• See daiva-)
• cursed, wretched, miserable (ifc., e.g. cāṇakya-h○, 'the wretched Cāṇakya') Mṛicch. Mudr. &c
• m. a low person, coward L.
≫ hati
hati f. striking, a stroke or blow with (comp.) Gīt. Sarasv.
• killing, destroying, destruction, removal MBh. Kāv. &c
• disappearance, loss, absence Kap.
• (in arithm.) multiplication Āryabh. Sch.
≫ hatu
hatu (prob.) m. winter L.
≫ hatnu
hatnú mfn. destructive, fatal, mortal RV.
• m. a weapon L.
• disease L.
≫ hatya
hatya n. (ifc.) and f. killing, slaying, slaughter Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ hatyā
hatyā f. killing, slaying, slaughter Mn. MBh. &c
≫ hatru
hatru mfn. hurtful, mischievous (= hiṃsra) L.
≫ hatvāya
⋙ hatvī
hatvī See √, col. 2
≫ hatha
hátha m. a blow, stroke RV.
• killing, slaughter ib.
• a man stricken with despair Uṇ. ii, 2 Sch.
≫ han 2
han mf(ghnī)n. killing, a killer, slayer (only ifc
• See ari-, tamo-han &c.)
≫ hana
hana mf(ī)n. id. ( See viira-haṇa)
• m. killing, slaughter ( See su-hana)
• (ā), f. ( See dur-háṇā)
≫ hanana
hanana mf(ī)n. killing, a killer, slayer Hariv.
• (prob.) m. a drum-stick ŚāṅkhŚr.
• a kind of worm L.
• n. the act of striking or hitting Nir. i, 1 ; 7
• striking off Mālatīm.
• killing, destroying, removing, dispelling Hariv. Kāv. BhP.
• multiplication Āryabh. Sch.
⋙ hananaśīla
○śīla mfn. of a murderous disposition, cruel MW. [Page 1288, Column 1]
≫ hananīya 1
hananīya mfn. to be struck or beaten or killed, worthy of death W.
≫ hananīya 2
hananīya Nom. P. ○yati = hananam icchati (Desid. jihananīyiṣati) Pāṇ. 7-3, 55 Vārtt. 1 Pat.
≫ hananīyaka
hananīyaka mfn. (fr. prec.) Pat.
≫ hani
hani m. or f. a weapon L.
≫ hanīyas
hánīyas mfn. more or most destructive MaitrS.
≫ hanu 1
hanu f. (only L.) 'anything which destroys or injures life', a weapon
• death
• disease
• various kinds of drugs
• a wanton woman, prostitute
• m. N. of a partic. mixed tribe L.
≫ hanuṣa
hanuṣa m. anger, wrath L.
• a Rākshasa L.
≫ hanūṣa
hanūṣa m. a Rākshasa L.
≫ hantave
⋙ hantavai
hanḍtavai See √, p. 1287, col. 2
≫ hantavya
hantavya mfn. to be slain or killed, to be punished with death Mn. MBh. &c
• to be violated (as justice) Mn. viii, 15
• to be refuted Hcat.
≫ hanti
hanti f. the √or verb han Nyāyam.
≫ hantu
hantu m. killing, slaying (cf. su-h○ and root) BhP.
• m. a bull L.
⋙ hantukāma
○kāma mf(ā)n. (hantu for ○tum) desirous of killing Kathās.
⋙ hantumanas
○manas mfn. intending to kill MW.
≫ hantṛ
hantṛ́ or mf(trī)n. (the former with gen., the latter wish acc.) slaying, killing, a slayer, killer, murderer, robber, disturber, destroyer (-tva n.) RV. &c. &c
⋙ hantṛ
hántṛ mf(trī)n. (the former with gen., the latter wish acc.) slaying, killing, a slayer, killer, murderer, robber, disturber, destroyer (-tva n.) RV. &c. &c
• m. a partic. measure of food W.
• (○trī), f. See next
≫ hantrīmukha
hantrī-mukha m. N. of a partic. demon hostile to children PārGṛ.
≫ hantva
hántva mfn. to be killed or slain RV.
≫ hanman
hánman m. or n. a stroke, blow, thrust RV.
≫ hanyamāna
hanyamāna mfn. (pr. p. Pass.) being killed or slain &c
• m. pl. N. of a people (vḷ. haṃsa-mārga) MBh.
≫ hānuka
hānuka mfn. killing, hurting, mischievous (= ghātuka) L.
≫ hāntra
hāntra n. dying, death (= maraṇa) Uṇ. iv, 159 Sch.
• a Rākshasa L.
• dying, death L.
• war, fight L.
≫ hāndra
hāndra (?), n. dying, death W.
hanīla m. Pandanus Odoratissimus L.
hanu 2
hánu f. (accord. to L. also m
• not fr. √han, See cognate words below) a jaw (also hánū) RV. &c. &c
• n. 'cheek', a partic. part of a spearhead ŚBr. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. gena, genuīnus ; Goth. [1288, 1] kinnus ; Germ. Kinn ; Eng. chin.]
⋙ hanugraha
○graha m. 'jaw-seizure', lock-jaw Suśr.
⋙ hanubheda
○bheda m. the gaping or parting asunder of the jaws BhP.
• N. of a partic. form of the end of an eclipse VarBṛS.
⋙ hanumat
○mat &c., See below
⋙ hanumokṣa
○mokṣa m. relaxation of the jaws Suśr.
⋙ hanuṣkambha
○ṣkambha m. = -graha Car.
⋙ hanusaṃhati
○saṃhati f. (cf. Bhpr.),
⋙ hanusaṃhanana
○saṃhanana n. (cf. Suśr.) a partic. form of lock-jaw
⋙ hanustambha
○stambha m. = -graha L.
⋙ hanusvana
○svana m. sound made with the jaws Bcar.
≫ hanavya
hanavyá mf(ā)n. relating to the jaws AV.
≫ hanukā
hanukā f. a jaw VarBṛS.
≫ hanumac
hanumac in comp. for ○mat
⋙ hanumacchata
○chata (for -śata), n. N. of wk. on Bhakti by Śrī-nivāsâcārya
≫ hanumaj
hanumaj in comp. for ○mat
⋙ hanumajjayantī
○jayantī f. the day of full moon of the month Caitra (being the supposed birthday of Hanumat) MW.
≫ hanumat
hanu-mat m. 'having (large) jaws', N. of a monkey-chief (one of the most celebrated of a host of semi-divine monkey-like beings, who, according to R. i, 16, were created to become the allies of Rāma-candra in his war with Rāvaṇa
• Hanumat was held to be a son of Pavana or Māruta, 'the Wind'
• and is fabled to have assumed any form at will, wielded rocks, removed mountains, mounted the air, seized the clouds, and rivalled Garuḍa in swiftness of flight
• according to other legends, Hanumat was son of Śiva
• his mother's name was Añjanā, q.v
• in modern times HanṭHanumat is a very common village god in the Dekhan, Central and Upper India, cf. RTL. 220) MBh. R. &c
• a particular sort of monkey, Simia Sinica W.
⋙ hanumatkalpa
○kalpa m. N. of a ch. of the Sudarśana-saṃhitā
⋙ hanumatkavaca
○kavaca n. 'Hanumat's breast-plate', N. of various hymns (addressed to the five-headed HanṭHanumat in various Purāṇas)
⋙ hanumatkāvya
○kāvya n
⋙ hanumatkīrtana
○kīrtana n
⋙ hanumattailavidhi
○taila-vidhi m
⋙ hanumatpañcāṅga
○pañcâṅga n
⋙ hanumatpaṭala
○paṭala m. n. N. of wks
⋙ hanumatpaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of wk. in 5 chapters (four of which are taken from the Sudarśana-saṃhitā and the last from the Rāmâyaṇa) describing the rites to be observed in the worship of Hanumat
⋙ hanumatpratiṣṭhā
○pratiṣṭhā f
⋙ hanumatpratiṣṭhākalpa
○pratiṣṭhā-kalpa m
⋙ hanumatprabandha
○prabandha m
⋙ hanumatprātaḥstotra
○prātaḥ-stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ hanumatsaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of a poem describing the festivities on the occasion of the presence of Rāma and Sītā at a pastoral dance (rāsôtsava) on the banks of the Sarayū. [Page 1288, Column 2]
⋙ hanumatsahasranāman
○sahasranāman n
⋙ hanumatstotra
○stotra n. N. of wks
≫ hanumad
hanumad in comp. for ○mat
⋙ hanumadaṅgadasaṃvāda
○aṅgada-saṃvāda m
⋙ hanumadaṣṭaka
○aṣṭaka n
⋙ hanumadaṣṭottaraśatanāman
○aṣṭôttara-śata-nāman n
⋙ hanumadupaniṣad
○upaniṣad f
⋙ hanumadekamukhakavaca
○eka-mukha-kavaca n
⋙ hanumadgahvara
○gahvara n. (= ○man-mantra-g○),
⋙ hanumaddaṇḍaka
○daṇḍaka m. or n
⋙ hanumaddīpa
○dīpa m
⋙ hanumaddurga
○durga n
⋙ hanumaddvādaśanāman
○dvādaśa-nāman n
⋙ hanumadbali
○bali m
⋙ hanumadbāhuka
○bāhuka m
⋙ hanumadbhāṣya
○bhāṣya n
⋙ hanumadrāmāyaṇa
○rāmâyaṇa n
⋙ hanumadviṣayamantra
○viṣaya-mantra m
⋙ hanumadvratakalpa
○vrata-kalpa m. N. of wks
≫ hanumadīya
hanumadīya mfn. written or composed by Hanumat Cat.
• n. N. of wk
≫ hanuman 1
hanuman m.c. for ○mat (in hanumâdi) R.
≫ hanuman 2
hanuman in comp. for ○mat
⋙ hanumannāṭaka
○nāṭaka n. N. of a drama (containing the story of the Rāmâyaṇa dramatized, = mahā-n○, q.v.)
⋙ hanumannighaṇṭu
○nighaṇṭu m
⋙ hanumanmantragahvara
○mantra-gahvara n. (= ○mad-gahvara),
⋙ hanumanmantroddhāra
○mantrôddhāra m
⋙ hanumanmālāmantra
○mālā-mantra m. N. of wks
≫ hanumanta
hanumanta in comp. for ○mat
⋙ hanumantabhaṭṭīya
○bhaṭṭīya n. N. of a poem
⋙ hanumanteśvara
hanumantêśvara and n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
⋙ hanumanteśvaratīrtha
hanumantêśvaḍratīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
≫ hanula
hanula mfn. having strong jaws, g. sidhmâdi
≫ hanūmat
hanū-mat &c. = hanu-mat
≫ hānavya
hānavya mfn. being in the jaws (as a tooth) Suśr.
≫ hānu
hānu m. a tooth (vḷ. hālu) L.
hánta ind. an exclamation or inceptive particle (expressive of an exhortation to do anything or asking attention, and often translatable by 'come on!' 'here!' 'look!' 'see!' in later language also expressive of grief, joy, pity, haste, benediction &c. and translatable by 'alas!' 'ah!' 'oh!' &c
• often repeated or joined with other particles, e.g. hā hanta, hanta hanta, hanta tarhi) RV. &c. &c
⋙ hantakāra
○kārá m. the exclamation hanta (a partic. formula of benediction or salutation
• also explained as 16 mouthfuls of alms, in ŚBr. among the four teats of the cow, Vāc.) ŚBr. PārGṛ. Pur.
⋙ hantokti
hantôkti f. 'saying alas!' tenderness, compassion MW.
hapuṣā or habuṣā f. N. of a partic. substance forming an article of trade (commonly called Habush, and said to be of a long form and black colour, and smelling like raw meat or fish
• it is of two kinds) Car. Suśr. &c
habasora N. of a place Cat.
ham ind. an exclamation expressive of anger or courtesy or respect (also ham bho, or ham bhoḥ
• cf. haṃho) Divyâv. Jātakam.
hama m. a partic. personification Gaut.
hamīāṇa N. of a place Cat.
hamī-purya mfn. coming or derived from Hamī-pura (cf. hammīra) Cat.
hamba m. N. of a man Rājat.
• (ā), f. vḷ. for hambhā
≫ hambīrā
hambīrā See naṭṭa-h○
≫ hambhā
hambhā f. lowing or bellowing of cattle MBh. R. &c
⋙ hambhārava
○rava m. id. (-virāvin, 'making a lowing or bellowing sound') MBh.
⋙ hambhāśabda
○śabda m. id. Siṃhâs.
≫ hambhāya
hambhāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to low, bellow MBh.
hamm cl. 1. P. hammati, to go (accord. to Pat. used in Surāshṭra) Naigh. ii, 14 Dhātup. xiii, 24
hammīra m. N. of a king of Śākambharī (who ruled from 1301-1365 AḌ. and patronized Rāghava-deva, the grandfather of Śārṅgadhara, the author of the anthology, one stanza of which is attributed to him)
⋙ hammīracarita
○carita n. 'Hammīra's deeds', N. of a Mahā-kāvya by Naya-candra
hay cl. 1. P. hayati, to go, move Dhātup. xv, 5 (accord. to Vop. also, 'to be weary', and accord. to others, 'to worship' or 'to sound'). In Naigh. ii, 14 hayantāt is enumerated among the gati-karmāṇah (cf. hayat under √2. hi)
háya m. (ifc. f. ā
• fr. √1. hi) a horse RV. &c. &c
• a symbolical expression for the number 'seven' (on account of the 7 horses of the Sun) Śrutab.
• the zodiacal sign Sagittarius VarBṛS.
• (in prosody) a foot of four short syllables, proceleusmaticus Col.
• a man of a partic. class L.
• the Yak or Bos Grunniens L. [Page 1288, Column 3]
• N. of Indra L.
• of one of the horses of the Moon L.
• of a son of Sahasra-da Hariv.
• of a son of Śatā-jit VP.
• pl. the family of Haya MBh.
• (ā, or ī), f. a female horse, mare Hariv. Kathās.
• Physalis Flexuosa L.
• mfn. urging on, driving ( See aśva-hayá)
⋙ hayakantharā
○kantharā and vḷ. for -kātarā, ○rikā, q.v
⋙ hayakantharikā
○kanthaḍrikā vḷ. for -kātarā, ○rikā, q.v
⋙ hayakarman
○karman n. practice or knowledge of horses MBh.
⋙ hayakātarā
○kātarā and f. a kind of plant L.
⋙ hayakātarikā
○kātaḍrikā f. a kind of plant L.
⋙ hayagandha
○gandha n. black salt (vḷ. hṛdya-g○) L.
• (ā), f. (vḷ. hṛdya-g○) Physalis Flexuosa L.
• another plant (= aja-modā) L.
⋙ hayagardabhi
○gardabhi m. N. of Śiva L.
⋙ hayagrīva
○grīva m. 'horsenecked', N. of a form of Vishṇu (manifested, accord. to one legend, in order to recover the Veda carried off by two Daityas called Madhu and Kaiṭabha) Pañcar.
• of a Daitya (also called brahma-veda-prahartṛ, as having carried off the Vedas at the dissolution of the universe caused by Brahma's sleep at the end of the past Kalpa
• in order to recover them, Vishṇu became incarnate as a Matsya or fish, and slew Haya-grīva) Hariv. Kathās. &c
• of a Rākshasa R.
• of a Tantra deity Buddh.
• of a Rājarshi MBh.
• of a wicked king of the Videhas MBh.
• of a Muni Cat.
• of the supposed author of the Chāndogya Upanishad and various other writers &c. ib.
• (ā), f. N. of Durgā L.
• (○va) -gadya and -daṇḍaka n. N. of Stotras
-pañca-rātra n. -pañjara n. N. of wks
-prôkta mfn. proclaimed or taught by Haya Cat.
-ripu m. 'enemy of Haya', N. of Vishṇu L.
-vadha m. N. of a poem by Bhartṛi-meṇṭha Rājat.
-saṃhitā f. -sahasra-nāma-srotra n. -stotra n. N. of wks
-han m. 'slayer of Haya', N. of Vishṇu L.
○vopaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ hayaghna
○ghna m. = -māra L.
⋙ hayaṃkaṣa
○ṃ-kaṣa m. 'impelling horses', N. of Mātali L.
⋙ hayacaryā
○caryā f. the roaming of the sacrificial horses R.
⋙ hayacchaṭā
○cchaṭā f. a troop of horses L.
⋙ hayajña
○jña m. one who understands the points of a horses, a horses-dealer, groom, jockey (-tā f.) MBh.
⋙ hayajñāna
○jñāna n. knowledge of horses ib.
⋙ hayatattva
○tattva n. id
-jña mfn. acquainted with the nature of horses ib.
⋙ hayadānava
○dānava m. 'Dānava in the form of a horses', N. of Keśin Hariv.
⋙ hayadviṣat
○dviṣat m. 'horses-hater', a buffalo L.
⋙ hayanirghoṣa
○nirghoṣa m. the clatter of a horse's hoofs MW.
⋙ hayapa
○pa m. 'horse-keeper', a groom VarBṛS.
• = next Kathās.
⋙ hayapati
○pati m. 'id.', N. of a prince ib.
⋙ hayapuccha
○puccha m. or n. a horse's tail W.
• (ī), f. = next Bhpr.
⋙ hayapucchikā
○pucchikā f. Glycine Debilis L.
⋙ hayapriya
○priya m. 'dear to horses', barley L.
• (ā), f. Physalis Flexuosa or Phoenix Sylvestris L.
⋙ hayamāra
○māra or m. 'horses-killer', Nerium Odorum L.
⋙ hayamāraka
○māraka m. 'horses-killer', Nerium Odorum L.
⋙ hayamāraṇa
○māraṇa m. 'id.', Ficus Religiosa L.
⋙ hayamukha
○mukha n. a horse's face R.
• N. of a country Buddh.
• (ī), f. N. of a Rākshasī R.
⋙ hayamedha
○medha m. a horses sacrifice ( aśva-m○) VP.
-yāj m. (nom. -yāṭ) one who performs a horses sṭsacrifice MW.
⋙ hayarūpin
○rūpin mfn. horse-shape ib.
⋙ hayalālā
○lālā f. horses's saliva L.
⋙ hayalīlāvatī
○līlāvatī f. N. of wk. on hṭhorses (quoted by Mallinātha)
⋙ hayavāhana
○vāhana m. N. of Revanta (son of the Sun) L.
• of Kubera L.
-śaṃkara or -sa○ m. Bauhinia Variegata
⋙ hayavidyā
○vidyā f. = -jñāna Rājat.
⋙ hayaśālā
○śālā f. a horse-stable L.
⋙ hayaśāstra
○śāstra n. (cf. MBh.),
⋙ hayaśikṣā
○śikṣā f. (cf. MatsyaP.) the art of training or managing horses, hippology
⋙ hayaśiras
○śiras n. a horses's head MBh. R. &c
• mfn. having a horses's head (as the sun) MBh.
• m. N. of Vishṇu (in the form of Haya-grīva) Hariv. BhP.
• f. N. of a daughter of Puloman Hariv.
• of a daughter of Vaiśvānara (also -śirā) Pur.
• n. a partic. mythical weapon R. Hariv.
⋙ hayaśiśu
○śiśu m. a young horses, foal VarBṛS.
⋙ hayaśīrṣa
○śīrṣa or mfn. having a horse's head BhP.
⋙ hayaśīrṣan
○śīrḍṣan mfn. having a horse's head BhP.
• m. Vishṇu in a partic. form (prob. as Haya-grīva
• cf. -śiras) ib.
-pañca-rātra n. N. of a Vaishṇava wk. (chiefly treating of the erection of images and their consecration)
⋙ hayasaṃgrahaṇa
○saṃgrahaṇa n. the restraining or curbing or checking of horses MBh.
⋙ hayaskandha
○skandha m. a troop of horses L.
⋙ hayahartṛ
○hartṛ m. the stealer of a horse VP.
⋙ hayāṅga
hayâṅga m. Sagittarius (the zodiacal sign) VarBṛS.
⋙ hayādhyakṣa
hayâdhyakṣa m. 'superintendent of hṭhorses', a head groom L.
⋙ hayānanā
hayânanā f. 'horse-faced', N. of a Yoginī Hcat.
⋙ hayāyurveda
hayâyur-veda m. veterinary science MW.
⋙ hayāri
hayâri m. 'horses-foe', Nerium Odorum L.
⋙ hayārūḍha
hayârūḍha m. 'mounted on a horse', a rider W.
⋙ hayāroha
hayâroha m. id. MBh. Kathās.
• n. horsemanship, riding W.
⋙ hayālaya
hayâlaya m. a horsestable L.
⋙ hayāśanā
hayâśanā f. Boswellia Thurifera L.
⋙ hayāsya
hayâsya or m. 'horse-mouthed', Vishṇu in a partic. manifestation (cf. haya-grīva and -śiras) BhP.
⋙ hayāsyaka
hayâḍsyaka m. 'horse-mouthed', Vishṇu in a partic. manifestation (cf. haya-grīva and -śiras) BhP.
⋙ hayeṣṭa
hayêṣṭa m. 'loved by horses', barley L.
⋙ hayottama
hayôttama m. an excellent horse
-yuj, drawn by excellent horses MBh.
≫ hayana
hayana m. a year (cf. hāyana) L.
• n. a covered carriage or palanquin (also read ḍayana [Page 1289, Column 1]
• See under √ḍī) L.
≫ hayi
hayi m. or f. wish, desire L.
≫ hayin
hayin m. a horseman, rider MBh. MārkP.
≫ hayuṣā
hayuṣā f. a herb, plant (= oṣadhi) L.
hayé ind. an exclamation ('O, ho!') RV. ŚBr. Gobh.
hara mf(ā, rarely ī)n. (only ifc
• fr. √1. hṛ) bearing, wearing, taking, conveying, bringing ( See kavaca-, vārttā-h○), taking away, carrying off, removing, destroying ( See bala-, śakti-h○)
• receiving, obtaining ( See aṃśa-h○)
• ravishing, captivating ( See mano-h○)
• m. 'Seizer', 'Destroyer', N. of Śiva ĀśvGṛ. Mn. MBh. &c
• of a Dānava MBh. Hariv.
• of a monkey R.
• of various authors &c. Cat.
• (in arithm.) a divisor Col.
• the denominator of a fraction, division ib.
• a stallion (?) L.
• an ass L.
• fire L.
⋙ harakumāraṭhakkura
○kumāra-ṭhakkura m. N. of a modern author Cat.
⋙ harakeli
○keli N. of a drama (composed by Vigraha-rāja-deva AḌ. 1153)
⋙ harakeśa
○keśa incorrect for hari-keśa
⋙ harakośa
○kośa m. N. of a, dictionary
⋙ harakṣetra
○kṣetra n. N. of a district sacred to Śiva Inscr.
⋙ haragaṇa
○gaṇa and m. N. of poets Cat.
⋙ haragupta
○gupta m. N. of poets Cat.
⋙ haragovinda
○govinda m. (also with vācaspati and śarman) N. of various authors ib.
⋙ haragaurī
○gaurī f. one of the forms of Śiva or of Śiva and Pārvatī conjoined (= ardhanārī7śa)
-saṃvāda m. N. of wk
⋙ haracaritacintāmaṇi
○carita-cintāmaṇi m. N. of a poem
⋙ haracāpāropaṇa
○cāpâropaṇa n. N
• of a drama
⋙ haracūḍāmaṇi
○cūḍāmaṇi m. 'Śiva's crest-gem', the moon L.
⋙ harajit
○jit m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ harajī
○jī m. (with bhaṭṭa) N. of the father of Hara-datta ib.
⋙ haratejas
○tejas n. 'Śiva's energy', quicksilver L.
⋙ haradagdhamūrti
○dagdha-mūrti m. 'whose body has been burnt by Śiva', Kāma-deva (also 'sexual love') VarBṛS.
⋙ haradatta
○datta m. N. of various writers &c. (esp. of the author of the Pada-mañjarī, a Comm. on the Kāśikā-vṛitti, and the Mitâksharā, a Comm. on Gautama's Dharmasūtra) Cat.
-caritra n. N. of wk
-siṃha m. N. of a modern author, Cat
○ttâcārya m. N. of a preceptor Sarvad.
○ttīya n. N. of wk
⋙ haradāsa
○dāsa m. N. of an author (perhaps wṛ. for hari-d○) Cat.
⋙ haranartaka
○nartaka n. a kind of metre (= hariṇa-pluta) Ked.
⋙ haranātha
○nātha and m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ haranārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa (also spelt harin○), m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ haranetra
○netra n. Śiva's eye Kathās.
• a symbolical expression for the number 'three' L.
⋙ harapati
○pati m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harapradīpikā
○pradīpikā f. N. of a medic. wk
⋙ harapriya
○priya m. Nerium Odorum L.
⋙ harabala
○bala m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ harabīja
○bīja n. 'Siva's seed', quicksilver L.
⋙ haramukuṭamāhātmya
○mukuṭa-māhātmya n
⋙ haramekhalā
○mekhalā f. N. of wks
⋙ haramekhalin
○mekhalin m. a partic. class of artisans Gol.
⋙ haramohana
○mohana and m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ hararāta
○rāta m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ hararūpa
○rūpa m. 'having the form of Hara', N. of Śiva L.
⋙ haravijaya
○vijaya m. N. of a poem by Ratnâkara
⋙ haravilāsa
○vilāsa m. a kind of musical composition Saṃgīt.
• N. of a poem
⋙ haraśūra
○śūra N. of a place Vīrac.
⋙ haraśṛṅgārā
○śṛṅgārā f. (in music) a partic. Rāgiṇī Saṃgīt.
⋙ haraśekharā
○śekharā f. 'Śiva's crest', the Ganges L.
⋙ harasakha
○sakha m. 'Saṃgīt's friend', N. of Kubera Daś.
⋙ harasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a king Cat.
⋙ harasiddhipradā
○siddhi-pradā f. N. of a partic. family-deity Cat.
⋙ harasūnu
○sūnu m. 'Śiva's son', N. of Kārttikeya Ragh.
⋙ harasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ harahāra
○hāra m. 'Śiva's necklace', N. of the serpent-demon Śesha Alaṃkārat.
⋙ harahūrā
○hūrā (?), f. = hāra-h○, grape L.
⋙ harākṣa
harâkṣa n. = rudrâkṣa, the berry of Elaeocarpus Ganitrus L.
⋙ harādri
harâdri m. 'Śiva's mountain', Kailāsa (the favourite resort of Śiva) Kathās.
⋙ harānata
harânata m. N. of Rāvaṇa L.
⋙ harānanda
harânanda N. of an author or of a wk. Cat.
⋙ harāyatana
harâyatana n. a temple of Śiva Rājat.
⋙ harārdha
harârdha Śiva's half (-tā f.) Śiś.
⋙ harāvatī
harāvatī f. N. of a country Inscr.
⋙ harāvāsa
harâvāsa m. Śiva's abode, Kailāsa Rājat.
⋙ harāspada
harâspada n. id. Kathās.
⋙ harāhara
harâhara m. N. of a Dānava (du. ○rau, also= 'Hara and Ahara') MBh.
⋙ hareśvara
harêśvara m. Śiva and Vishṇu forming one person Inscr.
⋙ harodbheda
harôdbheda m. N. of a Tīrtha MatsyaP.
≫ haraka
haraka m. a taker, seizer, conveyer W.
• a rogue, cheat ib.
• a reflecting person ib.
• N. of Śiva ib.
• a divisor or division ib.
• a long flexible sword ib.
≫ haraṇa
haraṇa mf(ā or ī)n. (only ifc.) carrying, holding, containing (e.g. bali-haraṇī, darvii, 'a ladle containing an oblation') ĀśvGṛ.
• taking away. removing (e.g. rajo-h○ 'removing dust') Kauś.
• m. 'taker', a hand L.
• an arm L.
• Michelia Champaca L.
• n. the act of carrying or bringing or fetching. KātyŚr. MBh. &c
• offering KātyŚr. Gaut.
• carrying off, robbing, abduction Gaut. Mn. MBh. &c
• removing, destroying Suśr. VarBṛS.
• dividing, division Col.
• a nuptial present (= -yautaka) MBh. [Page 1289, Column 2]
• a gift to a student at his initiation W.
• fodder given to a stallion (= vāḍaba-h○) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-2, 65
• (cf. L. also 'a partic. gesture' esp. of an archer in shooting
• 'boiling water'
• 'semen virile'
• 'gold')
⋙ haraṇabhāga
○bhāga (háraṇa-), mfn. entitled to partake (said of deceased ancestors) TBr.
⋙ haraṇahārika
○hārika n. (or ā f.) fetching the nuptial present MBh.
⋙ haraṇāharaṇa
haraṇâharaṇa n. id. ib.
≫ haraṇi
haraṇi f. a water-channel, gutter L.
• death L.
≫ haraṇīya
haraṇīya mfn. to be taken or seized &c. Pāṇ. 6-1, 217 Sch.
≫ harayāṇa
hárayāṇa m. N. of a man RV.
≫ haras
háras n. a grasp, grip AV.
• a draught, drink, beverage RV. AV.
• flame, fire (accord. to some also 'anger', 'fury') ib. [Cf. Gk. ?.]
⋙ harasvat
○vat (háras-), [1289, 2] mfn. seizing (or 'fiery') RV. ii, 23, 6
• f. (pl.) rivers(?) Naigh. i, 13
⋙ harasvin
○vín mfn. fiery, energetic TS. Br. ĀśvGṛ.
≫ harāśaya
harā-śayá mf(ā)n. (for haraḥ-ś○ as rajā-ś○ for rajaḥ-ś○) fiery, energetic MaitrS.
• (ā), f. (applied to a partic. formula) ib. ĀpŚr.
≫ hari 1
hari mfn. (for 2. See col. 3) bearing, carrying ( dṛti and nātha-h○)
≫ harika 1
harika m. (for 2. See p. 1291, col. 2) a thief, gambler W.
≫ hariman 1
hariman m. (for 2. See p. 1292, col. 1) death, illness L.
• time W.
≫ harīman
harīman m. = mātariśvan L.
≫ harta
harta (m. c.) = hartṛ, destroying MBh.
≫ hartave
⋙ hartavai
hárḍtavaí See √hṛ
≫ hartavya
hartavya mfn. to be taken or seized or appropriated or acquired Mn. Pañcat.
≫ hartu
hartu m. 'seizer', death L.
• great love L.
≫ hartṛ
hartṛ m. one who brings or conveys, a bearer, bringer Āpast. Kauś. MBh. &c
• one who seizes or takes away, a robber, thief Yājñ. MBh. &c
• one who severs or cuts off (only ○tā as fut., 'he will cut off') BhP.
• one who imposes taxes (a king) ib.
• a remover, dispeller, destroyer MBh. Hariv. Kathās.
• the sun MW.
≫ harman
harman n. gaping, yawning L.
≫ harmita
harmita mfn. thrown L.
• burnt L.
≫ hāra 1
hāra mf(ī)n. bearing, carrying, carrying away, stealing (e.g. kṣīra-h○, 'stealing milk') MārkP.
• levying, raising (e.g. kara-h○, 'raising taxes') BhP.
• ravishing, charming, delightful (or 'relating to Hari i.e. Vishnu') ib.
• relating to Hara or Śiva Nalac.
• m. taking away, removal ib.
• confiscation, forfeiture (of land, money &c.) Mn. MBh. Kathās.
• waste, loss ( See kāla-h○)
• war, battle W.
• a carrier, porter ib.
• (in arithm.) a divisor or division Col.
• (in prosody) a long syllable ib.
• a garland of pearls, necklace (accord. to some, one of 108 or 64 strings) MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ā), f. Pāṇ. 3-3, 104
• (ī), f. a pearl L.
• a girl of bad reputation (unfit for marriage) L.
• a kind of metre Col.
⋙ hāraguṭikā
○guṭikā f. the bead or pearl of a necklace MW.
⋙ hāraphala
○phala or n. a necklace of five strings L.
⋙ hāraphalaka
○phalaka n. a necklace of five strings L.
⋙ hārabhūrā
○bhūrā (?), f. a grape (cf. -hūrā) L.
⋙ hārabhūṣika
○bhūṣika m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
⋙ hāramuktā
○muktā f. pl. the pearls of a necklace Vās.
⋙ hārayaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. (ifc. f. i or ī) a string of pearls, necklace Hariv. Kāv. Kathās.
⋙ hāralatā
○latā f. id. Vās. Kathās.
• N. of a woman Kathās.
• of a wk. on law by Aniruddha
⋙ hāravarṣa
○varṣa m. N. of a king Cat.
⋙ hārahārā
○hārā f. a kind of brown grape L.
⋙ hārahūṇa
○hūṇa m. pl. N. of a people MBh.
⋙ hārahūra
○hūra (?), n. a partic. intoxicating beverage L.
• (ā), f. a grape (cf. hara-h○ and hāra-bhūrā) L.
⋙ hārahūrikā
○hūrikā f. a grape L.
⋙ hārahaura
○haura (?), m. N. of the prince of a partic. people VarBṛS.
⋙ hārāvalī
hārâvalī f. a string of pearls Kāv.
• N. of a vocabulary of uncommon words by Purushôttama-deva
≫ hāra 2
hāra (for 3. See p. 1292, col. 1), Nom. P. ○rati to be like a string of pearls Dhūrtas.
≫ hāraka
hāraka mf(ikā) n. taking, seizing, robbing, stealing ( See artha-, aśva-h○)
• removing, taking upon one's self ( See samagra-mala-h○)
• ravishing, captivating (in gopī-nayana-h○, 'captivating the eyes of the Gopīs' Pañcar.)
• m. a thief, robber L.
• a gambler, cheat, rogue Rājat.
• a divisor Āryabh. Sch.
• a string of pearls Pañcat.
• Trophis Aspera L.
• a kind of prose composition L.
• a kind of science L.
• (ikā), f. a kind of metre Col.
≫ hāraṇā
hāraṇā f. (fr. Caus.) causing to take or seize &c. Pāṇ. 3-3, 107 Sch.
≫ hāram
hāram ind. seizing, destroying (cf. sarvasvah○), Kusum
≫ hārāpaya
⋙ hārāpayati
hārāpaḍyati See √hṛ
≫ hārāya
hārāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a string of pearls Pārśvan. [Page 1289, Column 3]
≫ hāri
hāri m. = 1. hāra ( See aṅga-h○)
• a caravan L.
• losing a game (in gambling) L.
• mfn. captivating, charming, beautiful W.
≫ hārikaṇṭha
hāri-kaṇṭha mfn. (fr. hārin + k○) 'having a charming throat (i.e. voice)', and 'having a string of pearls round the neck' Vās.
• m. 'having a ring on the throat', the Koil or Indian cuckoo L.
≫ hārita 1
hārita mfn. (fr. Caus
• for 2. See p. 1292, col. 1) caused to be taken or seized &c
• brought, conveyed Kum.
• robbed, carried off Kathās.
• made away with, lost, relinquished Mṛicch. Rājat. &c
• deprived of (acc.) Kām.
• surpassed, exceeded Gīt.
• captivated, fascinated MW.
≫ hārin
hārin mfn. taking, carrying, carrying away, stealing, robbing (gen. or comp.) Yājñ. MBh. &c
• removing, dispelling, destroying Kāv. Kathās.
• taking to one's self, appropriating, levying or raising (taxes) Bhartṛ. Rājat.
• surpassing, exceeding VarBṛS.
• ravishing, captivating, attracting, charming (○ri-tva n.) Mn. MBh. &c
• (fr. 1. hāra) having or wearing a garland of pearls Bhartṛ. BhP.
≫ hārīta 1
hārīta m. (for 2. See p. 1292, col. 1) a thief, cheat, rogue MW.
• roguery, cheating, fraud ib.
≫ hāruka
hā́ruka mf(ā)n. seizing, consuming TS.
≫ hārtra
hārtra n. (fr. hartṛ), g. udgātr-ādi
≫ hārtrya
hārtrya m. patr. fr. hartṛ g. kurv-ādi
≫ hārya
hāryá mfn. to be borne or carried Hariv. Kālid. Kathās.
• to be taken away or carried off or robbed or appropriated ŚBr. &c. &c
• to be shaken or altered ( See a-h○)
• to be won over or bribed Mṛicch. Vās.
• to be acted (as a play) Bhar.
• (in arithm.) to be divided, the dividend Āryabh. Sch.
• captivating, charming MBh. xiii, 1429
• m. a serpent MW.
• Terminalia Bellerica L.
• (ā), f. a kind of sandal wood L.
⋙ hāryāputra
○putra m. N. of Rāma (?) MW.
haramuja N. of a place Cat.
harave N. of a place (= Herāt) Cat.
haras &c. See col. 2
harāka N. of a place Cat.
harâkṣa &c. See col. 1
hari 2
hári mfn. (prob. fr. a lost √hṛ, 'to be yellow or green'
• for 1. hari See above, col. 2) fawn-coloured, reddish brown, brown, tawny, pale yellow, yellow, fallow, bay (esp. applied to horses), green, greenish RV. &c, &c
• m. yellow or reddish brown or green (the colour) L.
• a horse, steed (esp. of Indra) RV. &c. &c
• a lion MBh. Kāv. &c
• the sign of the zodiac Leo VarBṛS.
• the sun ib.
• = hari-nakṣatra ib.
• a monkey MBh. R. &c
• (L. also, a ray of light
• the moon
• Phaseolus Mungo
• a jackal
• a parrot
• a peacock
• the Koil or Indian cuckoo
• a goose
• a frog
• a snake
• fire)
• the wind or N. of Vāyu (god of the wind) R.
• of Indra ib. &c
• (esp.) N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa (in this sense thought by some to be derived from √hṛ, 'to take away or remove evil or sin') MBh. Kāv. &c
• of Brahmā TĀr.
• of Yama L.
• of Śiva L.
• of Śukra L.
• of Su-parṇa L.
• of a son of Garuḍa MBh.
• of a Rākshasa ib.
• of a Dānava Hariv.
• of a son of Akampaua (or Anukampana) MBh.
• of a son of Tārakâksha ib.
• of a son of Parājit Hariv.
• of a son of Parāvṛit VP.
• of a worshipper of Vishṇu BhP.
• of various authors and scholars (esp. of the poet Bhartṛi-hari as the author of the Vākya-padīya
• also with miśra, bhaṭṭa, dīkṣita &c.) Cat.
• of a mountain VP.
• of a world (cf. hari-varṣa) L.
• of a metre Col.
• of a partic. high number Buddh.
• pl. men, people (= manuṣyāḥ) Naigh. ii, 3
• a partic. class of gods under Manu Tāmasa Pur.
• (ī), f. N. of the mythical mother of the monkeys MBh. R. [Cf. Lat. holus, helvus, fulvus ; Lith. ś3álias, ś3élti ; Slav. [zelen˘u] ; Germ. ge10lo, gelb ; Eng. yellow.]
⋙ harikaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harikathāmṛta
○kathâmṛta n. N. of wk
⋙ harikarṇa
○karṇa m. N. of a man ( See hārikarṇa)
⋙ harikavi
⋙ harikavīndra
○kavī7ndra m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ harikānta
○kānta mfn. beloved by Indra MW.
• beautiful as a lion ib.
⋙ harikārikā
○kārikā f. Bhartṛi-hari's Kārikā (= vākyapadīya) and another wk
⋙ harikāladeva
○kāla-deva m. N. of a king Col.
⋙ harikālāvrata
○kālā-vrata (?), n. a partic. religious observance Cat.
⋙ harikālītṛtīyā
○kālī-tṛtīyā f. a partic. day (-vrata n.) ib.
⋙ harikīrtana
○kīrtana n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ harikutsa
○kutsa m. N. of a man
• pl. his family Pravar.
⋙ harikṛṣṇa
○kṛṣṇa m. N. of a various authors &c. Cat., -samuddhāra, m. N. of a man Kshitîś.
-siddhânta m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harikelīya
○kelīya m. 'sported in by Kṛishṇa', the country of Bengal W.
• pl. the people of Bengal L. [Page 1290, Column 1]
• mfn. belonging to or dwelling in Bengal MW.
⋙ harikeśa
○keśa (hári-), mfn. fair-headed RV. VS. MBh.
• m. N. of one of the 7 principal rays of the sun VP.
• of Savitṛi RV.
• of Śiva MBh.
• of a Yaksha (who propitiated Śiva and was made by him a leader of his Gaṇas and a guardian of fields, and fruits
• See daṇḍa-pāṇi) Cat.
• of a son of Śyāmaka BhP.
⋙ harikrāntā
○krāntā f. Clitoria Ternatea L.
• (○taḥ wṛ. for hariḥ krāntaḥ L.)
⋙ harikṣetra
○kṣetra n. N. of a territory Cat.
⋙ harigaṇa
○gaṇa m. a troop of horses Rājat.
• N. of various persons ib. ŚārṅgP. Subh.
⋙ harigati
○gati f. N. of wk
⋙ harigandha
○gandha m. yellow sandal L.
⋙ harigiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain MBh.
⋙ harigītā
○gītā f. a kind of metre Col.
• pl. the doctrine communicated by Narayaṇa to Nārada MBh.
⋙ hariguṇamaṇidarpaṇa
○guṇa-maṇi-darpaṇa m
⋙ harigurustavamālā
○guru-stava-mālā f. N. of wks
⋙ harigṛha
○gṛha n. 'abode of Hari', N. of a city (= eka-cakra) L.
⋙ harigopaka
○gopaka m. cochineal (cf. indra-g○) Subh.
⋙ harighoṣa
○ghoṣa m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ haricandana
○candana m. n. a sort of sandal tree Śiś. BhP. Śatr.
• yellow sandal MBh. Kāv. &c. (in this sense prob. only n.), one of the five trees of paradise (the other four being Pārijāta, Mandāra, Saṃtāna, and Kalpa) Pañcar. Pañcat.
• n. the pollen or filament of a lotus L.
• saffron ib.
• moonlight ib.
• the person of a lover or mistress ib.
○danâspada n. a place where yellow sandal grows Kum.
⋙ haricandra
○candra m. N. of various authors and other persons Hcar. Subh. &c
⋙ haricaraṇadāsa
○caraṇa-dāsa m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haricaraṇapurī
○caraṇapurī m. N. of a teacher ib.
⋙ haricāpa
○cāpa m. n. 'Indra's bow', a rainbow VarBṛS.
⋙ harija
○ja See p. 1292, col. 2
⋙ harijāta
○jāta mfn. (prob.) = hári, yellow RV.
⋙ harijit
⋙ harijīva
⋙ harijīvanamiśra
○jīvana-miśra m. N. of various men Cat.
⋙ harinaigumeṣin
○naigumeṣin (?), m. N. of one of Indra's attendants Col. (cf. naigameṣa)
⋙ haritattvamuktāvali
○tattva-muktâvali or f. N. of a Comm.
⋙ haritattvamuktāvalī
○tattva-muktâvaḍlī f. N. of a Comm.
⋙ harituraga
○turaga m. a horse of Indra Bcar.
• N. of Indra, id. ib.
⋙ harituraṃgama
○turaṃgama m. id. MW.
○mâyudha n. Indra's thunderbolt ib.
⋙ haritoṣaṇa
○toṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ haritrāta
○trāta mfn. protected by Hari MW.
⋙ haritvac
○tvac mfn. yellow-skinned ĀpŚr.
⋙ haridatta
○datta m. N. of a Dānava Kathās.
• of various authors &c. ib. Pañcat. Śukas. &c
• (ā), f. N. of a woman Śukas.
-daivajña, -bhaṭṭa, -miśra m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ haridarbha
○darbha m. a sort of Kuśa grass L. (cf. harid-garbha)
⋙ haridāsa
○dāsa m. a slave or worshipper of Vishṇu BhP.
• N. of various authors &c. Vet. Cat.
-tarkâcārya (cf. Cat.),
-nyāya-vācaspati-tarkâlaṃkāra-bhaṭṭâcārya (cf. ib.), -bhaṭṭa (cf. ib.), -bhaṭṭâcārya (Kusum.), -miśra (cf. Cat.), -vijaya (cf. ib.), m. N. of authors
⋙ haridina
○dina n. 'day sacred to Vishṇu', the 11th day in a fortnight L. Vop.
-tilaka, N. of wk
⋙ haridiś
○diś f. 'Indra's quarter', the east Gol.
⋙ haridīkṣita
○dīkṣita m. N. of various authors Cat.
⋙ haridūta
○dūta m. N. of a drama
⋙ haridṛśvan
○dṛśvan mf(arī)n. (prob.) one who has seen Vishṇu Vop.
⋙ harideva
○deva m. the asterism Śravaṇā (presided over by Vishṇu) L.
• N. of various men Cat.
-miśra, -sūri m. N. of authors ib.
⋙ haridrava
○drava m. green fluid MW.
• (perhaps) Soma ib.
• a powder made from Mesua Roxburghī L. -1
⋙ haridru
○dru (harí-), mfn. moving in the yellow (Soma
• said of the Soma-stones) RV. (more correctly accentuated hari-drú). -2
⋙ haridru
○dru (harí-), m. a kind of tree (accord. to L. 'Chloroxylon Swietenia
• a sort of Pinus
• Curcuma Aromatica') ŚBr. KātyŚr. Hariv.
• a tree (in general) L.
• (hari-dru), N. of a pupil of Kalāpin Pāṇ. 4-3, 104 Sch.
-mat m. N. of a man ChUp. Sch.
⋙ haridruka
○druka mfn. dealing in Curcuma Aromatica, g. kisarâdi
⋙ haridvāra
○dvāra n. 'Vishṇu's gate', N. of a celebrated town and sacred bathing-place (commonly called Hardvār, where the Ganges finally leaves the mountains for the plains of Hindūstān, whence it is sometimes called Gaṅgadvāra
• it is called 'Hari's gate', as leading to Vaikuṇṭha or Vishṇu's heaven) Rudray. Buddh.
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ haridviṣ
○dviṣ m. 'hater of Hari', an Asura L.
⋙ haridhāyas
○dhāyas (hári-), mfn. having or giving yellowish streams (as the sky) RV.
⋙ haridhāritagrantha
○dhāritagrantha (?), m. N. of wk
⋙ haridhūmra
○dhūmra mfn. yellowish brown Hariv.
⋙ harinakṣatra
○nakṣatra n. the Nakshatra Śravaṇā VarBṛS.
⋙ harinadī
○nadī f. N. of a river
-ramya m. N. of a village Cat.
⋙ harinanda
○nanda m. N. of a pupil of Devânanda W.
⋙ harinandana
○nandana m. N. of various authors Cat.
⋙ harinandin
○nandin m. a proper N., g. kṣubhnâdi
⋙ harinātha
○nātha m. N. of various men Cat.
-gosvāmin, -mahôpādhyāya
○thâcārya, ○thôpâdhyāya m. N. of authors ib.
⋙ harinānākṛti
○nānâkṛti f. N. of wk
⋙ harinābha
○nābha m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harināman
○nāman n. the name of Hari or Vishṇu Col. Cat.
• m. the kidney-bean, Phaseolus Mungo L.
○ma-kavaca n. ○ma-mālā f. ○ma-vyākhyā f. ○mâmṛta, n. ○mâmṛta-vaiṣṇava-vyākaraṇa n. ○môpaniṣad f. N. of wks. [Page 1290, Column 2]
⋙ harināyaka
○nāyaka m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harinārāyaṇa
○nārāyaṇa m. N. of various persons Inscr. Kshitîś.
-śarman m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harinārāyaṇīya
○nārāyaṇīya n. N. of wk
⋙ harinīla
○nīla mfn. yellowish-blue JaimUp.
⋙ harinetra
○netra n. the eye of Vishṇu MārkP.
• a white lotus L.
• an eye of a greenish colour MW.
• mfn. having yellow eyes MBh.
• m. an owl L.
⋙ haripañcakavrata
○pañcaka-vrata n. a partic. religious observance Cat.
⋙ haripañcāyudhastotra
○pañcâyudha-stotra n. N. of wk
⋙ haripaṇḍita
○paṇḍita m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haripaṇḍitīya
○paṇḍitīya n. Hari-paṇḍita's work ib.
⋙ haripada
○pada n. (accord. to some) the vernal equinox MW.
⋙ hariparṇa
○parṇa mfn. green-leaved ib.
• n. a radish L.
⋙ hariparvata
○parvata m. N. of a mountain MārkP.
⋙ haripā
○pā́ mfn. drinking the yellow (Soma) RV.
⋙ haripāla
○pāla (cf. Gaṇar.),
⋙ haripāladeva
○pāla-deva (cf. Cat.),
⋙ haripālabhaṭṭa
○pāla-bhaṭṭa (cf. ib.), m. N. of men
⋙ haripiṅga
○piṅga mfn. yellowish-brown MBh.
⋙ haripiṅgala
○piṅgala mfn. id. ib. R.
⋙ haripiṇḍā
○piṇḍā f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh.
⋙ haripura
○pura n. N. of a town VP.
⋙ haripūjanavidhi
○pūjana-vidhi m
⋙ haripūjāpaddhati
○pūjā-paddhati f
⋙ hariprabodha
○prabodha m. N. of wks
⋙ hariprabha
○prabha mfn. fallow-coloured (-tva n.) Car.
⋙ hariprasāda
○prasāda m. N. of various men Col. Cat.
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ haripriya
○priya mfn. liking bay horses (or 'dear to them', said of Indra) RV.
• liked or loved by Vishṇu or Kṛishṇa L.
• m. Nauclea Cadamba L.
• Nerium Odorum ib.
• a yellow-flowered Eclipta ib.
• = bandhūka ib.
• = viṣṇu-kanda ib.
• a conchshell ib.
• a fool, blockhead W.
• a mad person MW.
• armour, mail W.
• N. of Śiva ib.
• (ā), f. (only L.) Lakshmī
• the earth
• sacred basil
• spirituous liquor
• the 12th day of a lunar fortnight
• n. the √of Andropogon Muricatus L.
• red or black sandal L.
⋙ haribabhru
○babhru m. N. of a man MBh.
⋙ haribala
○bala m. N. of a king Campak.
⋙ haribābā
○bābā m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haribīja
○bīja n. 'Vishṇu's seed', yellow orpiment L. ( See haritāla)
⋙ haribuṅgapura
○buṅga-pura n. N. of a town Cat.
⋙ haribodha
○bodha m. the awaking of Vishṇu
-dina n. N. of a festival day Kathârṇ.
⋙ haribrahman
○brahman m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haribhakta
○bhakta m. a worshipper of Vishṇu BrahmaP.
⋙ haribhakti
○bhakti f. the worship of Vishṇu Cat.
• N. of wk
-kalpa-latā f. -kalpalatikā f. -taraṃgiṇī f. -dīpikā f. -bhāskara-sadvaiṣṇava-sāra-sarvasva n. -bhāskarôdaya m. -rasâmṛta-sindhu m. -rasâyana n. -rahasya n. -latā f. -latikā-stava m. -vilāsa m. -samāgama m. -sāra, -sudhā-rasa m. -sudhôdaya m. N. of wks
⋙ haribhaṭa
○bhaṭa m. N. of an Asura Kathās.
⋙ haribhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of various scholars Subh. Cat. &c
-dīkṣita m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haribhadra
○bhadra m. N. of various men Buddh. Cat.
• n. the fragrant bark of Feronia Elephantum L.
-sūri m. N. of an author (-kathā f. N. of wk.) Cat.
⋙ haribhānu
⋙ haribhānuśukla
⋙ haribhāratī
○bhāratī m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ haribhāvinī
○bhāvinī or f. a woman who meditates on Vishṇu MW.
⋙ haribhāviṇī
○bhāḍviṇī f. a woman who meditates on Vishṇu MW.
⋙ haribhāskara
○bhāskara or m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haribhāskaraśarman
○bhāskaḍraśarman m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ haribhuj
○bhuj m. 'frog-eater', a snake L.
⋙ haribhūta
○bhūta m. N. of a poet Subh.
⋙ harimaṇi
○maṇi m. a smaragd Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ harimaṇḍalākṣa
○maṇḍalâkṣa mfn. having eyes like the disk of the sun Bcar.
⋙ harimat
○mat m. 'having bay horses', N. of Indra MBh.
⋙ harimadhyā
○madhyā́ f. having a yellowish waist (and so reminding of Vishṇu) Rājat.
• N. of a Surâṅganā Siṃhâs.
⋙ harimantha
○mantha m. Premna Spinosa (the wood of which by attrition produces flame) L.
• the chick-pea ib.
• N. of a partic. country ib.
-ja m. 'produced in the district Hari-mantha', the chick-pea ib.
• (m.) n. a sort of kidney-bean Suśr.
⋙ harimanthaka
○manthaka m. the chick-pea L.
⋙ harimandira
○mandira n. a temple of Vishṇu W.
• the world of Vishṇu, Kṛishṇaj
⋙ harimanyusāyaka
○manyu-sāyaka (hári-), mfn. stimulating the mettle of the bay horses (said of Indra) RV.
⋙ harimahiman
○mahiman m
⋙ harimālā
○mālā f
⋙ harimāhātmyadarpaṇa
○māhātmya-darpaṇa m. N. of wks
⋙ harimitra
⋙ harimiśra
○miśra m. N. of various men Cat.
⋙ harimīḍe
○m-īḍe 'I praise Hari' (or ○ḍe-stotra), n. N. of a hymn
⋙ harimuktāvalī
○muktâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ harimedha
○medha m. N. of Narayaṇa or Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa MBh.
• N. of wk
⋙ harimedhas
○medhas m. N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa MBh. BhP.
• of the father of Hari (Vishṇu) BhP.
• of a man MBh.
⋙ harimbhara
○m-bhará mfn. bearing the yellow-coloured (thunderbolt) RV.
⋙ hariyaśas
⋙ hariyaśomiśra
○yaśo-miśra m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ hariyūpīyā
○yūpī́yā f. N. of a locality RV.
⋙ hariyoga
○yoga (hári-), mfn. having a yoke of bay horses, yoked with horses ib.
⋙ hariyojana
○yójana n. the harnessing of the bay horses ib.
• m. Indra MW. (cf. hāriy○)
⋙ hariyoni
○yoni mfn. produced from Hari or Vishṇu MBh.
⋙ hariratna
⋙ harirasakavi
○rasa-kavi m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ harirāja
○rāja m. N. of a kin Rājat.
⋙ harirāma
○rāma m. N. of various men Cat.
-cakra-vartin (cf. Col.), -tarka-vāg-īśa, -tarka-vāg-īśa-bhaṭṭâcārya, -tarkâlaṃkāra, -tarkâlaṃkāra-bhaṭṭâcārya, -bhaṭṭâcārya, -vācas-pati (cf. Cat.), m. N. of various men. [Page 1290, Column 3]
⋙ harirāya
⋙ harirāyaśarman
○rāḍya-śarman m. N. of various men Cat.
⋙ hariripu
○ripu m. a kind of plant Kālac.
⋙ harirudra
○rudra m. Hari and Rudra (i.e. Vishṇu and Śiva) in one person MBh.
⋙ hariroman
○roman mfn. having fair hair on the body ib.
⋙ harilāla
⋙ harilālamiśra
○lāla-miśra m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ harilīlā
○līlā f. 'Hari's play', N. of Vopa-deva's index to the Bhāgavata-Purāṇa
-kṛṣṇa-kautaka n. -"ṣmṛta (○lâm○), n. -vivaraṇa-saṃgraha m. -viveka m. N. of wks
⋙ harilocana
○locana mfn. brown-eyed L.
• m. a crab L.
• an owl ib.
• N. of a demon causing disease Hariv.
-candrikā f. N. of a Comm.
⋙ hariloman
○loman mfn. yellow-haired Car.
⋙ harivaṃśa
○vaṃśa m. the family of Kṛishṇa Suśr.
• the race of monkeys R.
• N. of various men Sadukt. Cat.
• m. n. (scil. purāṇa) N. of a celebrated poem supplementary to the Mahā-bhārata on the history and adventures of Kṛishṇa and his family (it is usually regarded as part of the greater epic, though really a comparatively modern addition to it
cf. IW. 418)
-kavi m. N. of an author Cat.
-kṛṣṇa-līlā f. N. of wk
-gosvāmin m. N. of an author Cat.
-catuṣka n. N. of wk
-candra-gosvāmin m. N. of an author Cat.
-deva m. N. of a teacher ib.
-nyāsa m. N. of wk
-paṇḍita m. N. of an author Cat.
-purāṇa n. N. of wk
-bhaṭṭa (?), m. N. of an author Cat.
-vilāsa m. -śravaṇa-vidhāna n. -śravaṇa-vidhi m. -sāra-carita n. N. of wks
⋙ harivaṃśya
○vaṃśya mfn. belonging to Hari's family Śatr. (hári-), mfn. possessing Hari MW.
• possṭpossessing bay horses (m. N. of Indra) RV. VS. AitBr.
• connected with the yellow (Soma) RV.
• containing the word hari ([atī], f. 'such a verse') Br. Lāṭy.
⋙ harivana
○vana n. a proper N., g. kṣubhnâdi
⋙ harivandana
○vandana n. N. of wk
⋙ harivara
○vara mfn. the best of the monkeys R.
• m. N. of a king Kathās.
• n. N. of a town ib.
⋙ harivarṇa
○varṇa m. N. of a man PañcavBr.
• n. N. of a Sāman (wṛ. for hāriv○)
⋙ harivarpas
○varpas (hári-), mfn. having a yellowish or greenish appearance RV.
⋙ harivarman
○varman m. N. of various men Inscr. Buddh. Cat.
○ma-deva m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ harivarṣa
○varṣa n. one of the 9 divisions of Jambu-dviipa (the country between the Nishadha and Hema-kūṭa mountains
• See varṣa) MBh. Pur. Śatr.
• m. N. of a king of Hari-varsha Pur.
⋙ harivallabha
○vallabha m. 'beloved by Vishṇu', N. of various men (also -rāya) Kshitîś. Col. Cat.
• (ā), f. N. of Lakshmī MW.
• sacred basil L.
• another plant (= jayā) ib.
⋙ harivāghala
○vāghala m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ harivāyustuti
○vāyu-stuti f. N. of wk
⋙ harivāluka
○vāluka n. the fragrant bark of Feronia Elephantum Bhpr.
⋙ harivāsa
○vāsa mfn. (prob.) wearing a yellow garment (Vishṇu) MBh.
• m. Ficus Religiosa L.
⋙ harivāsara
○vāsara n. Vishṇu's day (the 11th or 12th lunar day, or accord. to some, the first quarter of the 12th lunar day), Kṛishṇaj
⋙ harivāsuka
○vāsuka n. = -vāluka L.
⋙ harivāhana
○vāhana m. 'Vishṇu-bearer', N. of the bird Garuḍa L.
• 'having bay horses', N. of Indra MBh. R.
• of the sun L.
-diś f. Indra's quarter, i.e. the east Vikr.
⋙ harivijaya
○vijaya m. N. of wk. by Sarva-sena
-kāvya n. N. of wk
⋙ harivinoda
○vinoda m
⋙ harivilāsa
○vilāsa m
⋙ harivilāsakāvya
○vilāsa-kāvya n. N. of wks
⋙ harivṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. a kind of tree Suśr. (cf. 2. -dru)
⋙ harivṛṣa
○vṛṣa (?), n. = -varṣa n. L.
⋙ harivyāsa
○vyāsa (cf. W.),
⋙ harivyāsadeva
⋙ harivyāsamiśra
⋙ harivyāsamuni
○vyāsamuni (cf. Cat.), m. N. of various men
⋙ harivrata
○vrata (hári-), mfn. (perhaps) one whose sphere or whose surroundings are yellow RV.
⋙ hariśaṃkara
○śaṃkara m. N. of various men Cat.
• of a place ib.
⋙ hariśaya
○śayá mf(ā́)n. resting or being in gold VS. v, 8
• (ā), f. N. of the verse yā́ te agne hari-śayā́ tanū́ḥ ib.
⋙ hariśayana
○śayana n. Vishṇu's sleep L.
⋙ hariśara
○śara m. having Vishṇu for an arrow, N. of Śiva (Śiva having Vishṇu as the shaft which set the cities of Tripura on fire) L.
⋙ hariśarman
○śarman (cf. Kathās.),
⋙ hariśarmārya
○śarmârya (cf. Inscr.),
⋙ hariśikha
○śikha (cf. Kathās.), m. N. of various persons
⋙ hariśipra
○śipra (hári-), mfn. having yellow (golden) cheek-guards on (his) helmet RV.
• m. 'ruddy-jawed', N. of Indra MW.
⋙ hariścandra
○ścandra (hári-), mfn. ( See candra) having golden splendour RV.
• m. N. of the 28th king of the solar dynasty in the Tretā age (he was son of Tri-śaṅku, and was celebrated for his piety
• accord. to the Mārkaṇḍeya-Purāṇa he gave up his country, his wife and his son, and finally himself, to satisfy the demands of Viśvāmitra
• after enduring incredible sufferings, he won the pity of the gods and was raised with his subjects to heaven: accord. to MBh. ii, 489 &c., his performance of the Rāja-sūya sacrifice was the cause of his elevation, and in the Aitareya-Brāhmaṇa quite another legend is told about him, See under śunaḥśepa, p. 1082, col. 3: in later legends Hari-ścandra is represented as insidiously induced by Nārada to relate his actions with unbecoming pride, whereupon he was degraded from Svarga, one stage at each sentence, till stopping in time and doing homage to the gods he was fixed with his capital in mid-air [Page 1291, Column 1]
• his aerial city is popularly believed to be still visible in the skies at particular times
• cf. saubha) Br. MaitrUp. MBh. &c
• N. of various authors &c. Inscr. Cat.: m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat.
• n. N. of a Liṅga MW.
-caritra n. N. of wk
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha MW.
-pura n. the city of Harikandra (= saubha) L.
• a mirage VarBṛS.
-purāṇa n. -yaśaś-caudra-candrikā f. ○ścandrâkhyāyikā, f. ○ścandrôpâkhyāna n. N. of wks
⋙ hariśmasāru
○śmasāru (hári-), mfn. having a ruddy or yellow beard RV.
⋙ hariśmaśru
○śmaśru mfn. id. MBh. Hariv. R.
• m. N. of a D1nava BhP.
⋙ hariśrama
○śrama m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ hariśravā
○śravā wṛ. for next VP.
⋙ hariśrāvā
○śrāvā f. N. of a river MBh.
⋙ hariśrī
○śrī́ mfn. beautifully yellow, goldcoloured RV. PañcavBr.
• blessed with Soma RV.
• blessed with or abounding in horses MW.
-nidhana n. N. of a Sāman PañcavBr.
⋙ hariṣac
○ṣác (ṣā́c), mfn. occupied with the yellow (Soma) RV.
⋙ hariṣeṇa
○ṣeṇa m. (ṣeṇa for sena fr. senā) N. of a son of the 10th Manu VP.
• of the 10th of the Jaina Cakra-vartins in Bhārata L.
⋙ hariṣṭhā
○ṣṭhā́ mfn. (ṣṭhā, for sthā) borne along by bay horses RV.
• one who stands over horses, a guider of horses MW.
⋙ harisaktha
○saktha n. saṃjñāyām Pāṇ. 8-3, 99 Sch.
⋙ harisakha
○sakha m. 'friend of Indra', a Gandharva Kir.
⋙ harisaṃkīrtana
○saṃkīrtana n. the act of pronouncing or repeating the name of Vishṇu (supposed to possess great efficacy) Cat.
• N. of wk
⋙ harisādhanacandrikā
○sādhana-candrikā f. N. of wk
⋙ harisiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a king Kathās.
-deva (śrī-hari-), m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ harisiddhi
○siddhi f. N. of a goddess Pañcad.
⋙ harisuta
○suta m. 'son of Hari', N. of Arjuna MW.
• of the 10th Cakra-vartin (= -ṣeṇa) L.
⋙ harisūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of a partic. hymn addressed to Hari Cat.
⋙ harisūnu
○sūnu m. son of Hari', N. of Arjuna MW.
⋙ harisena
○sena m. N. of a minister of Samudra-gupta Inscr.
• of an author Cat.
⋙ harisevakamiśra
○sevaka-miśra m. N. of an author ib.
⋙ harisoma
○soma m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ haristava
○stava mfn. one whose bay horses are praised ŚāṅkhBr.
⋙ haristuti
○stuti f
⋙ haristotra
○stotra n. of hymns (in praise of Vishṇu)
⋙ harisvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of various men Kathās. Cat.
• (○mi) -putra m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harihaya
○haya m. a horse of Indra R.
• 'having bay or gold-coloured horses', N. of Indra MBh. R.
• of the Sun W.
• of Skanda ib.
• of Gaṇêśa ib.
○yânuja m. 'Indra's yoūger brother', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa R.
⋙ harihara
○hara m. 'Vishṇu-Śiva', a partic. form of deity consisting of Vishṇu and Śiva conjoined Kāv. RTL. 65
• (du. or in comp.) Vishṇu and Siva Hariv. Hit.
• N. of various persons Tattvas. Kshitîś. &c
• of a river PrâyaŚc.
-kathā f. the repeating of the names of Vishṇu and Śiva Hit.
-kṣetra n. 'sacred place of Vishṇu and Śiva conjoined', N. of a place of pilgrimage MW.
-khāna, tarkâlaṃkāra-bhaṭṭâcārya m. N. of certain men Cat.
-tāratamya n. N. of various wks
-dīkṣita m. N. of a man Cat.
-drkṣitīya n. N. of wk
-deva (Śārṅgp. Inscr.), -deva-hindū-pati, -paṇḍita (Cat.), m. N. of certain men
-paddhati f. N. of wk
-purī m. N. of an author Cat.
praśaṃsā f. N. of wk
-prasāda, -brahman m. N. of authors Cat.
-brahma-mānasika-snāna-vidhi m. N. of wk
-bhaṭṭa, -bhaṭṭâcārya m. N. of authors Cat.
-bhāṣya n. -bheda-dhik-kāra m. -manṇḍala ṣoḍaśa-liṅgôbhava m. N. of wks
-mahā-rāja m. N. of a man Cat.
-māhātmya n. N. of ch. of the Skanda-Purāṇa
-miśra m. N. of a man Cat.
-yoga m. -vilāsa m. N. of wks
-sarasvatī m. N. of a teacher Cat.
-stotra n. N. of various Stotras
○râgni-hotrin m. N. of authors Cat.
○râtmaka mfn. consisting of or comprising Vishṇu and Śiva in their united state, relating to Vishṇu and ŚṭŚiva Hariv. VarP.
• m. the bull of Śiva L.
• N. of Garuḍa ib.
• of Daksha ib.
• n. = hari-hara-kṣetra MW.
○râtmaka-stora n. N. of various Stotras
○rânanda m. N. of various men Cat.
○rânusaraṇa-yātrā f. N. of wk
○rârya m. N. of a teacher Cat.
○râṣṭôttara-śata-nāman n. ○râṣṭôttara-śata-nāmâvali f. ○rôpâdhi-vivecana n. N. of wks
○rôpâdhyāya m. N. of an author, Cat
⋙ harihariharivāha
○hari-harivāha m. (with Buddhists) N. of a Lokeśvara W.
⋙ harihariharivāhanasādhana
○hari-hari-vāhana-sādhana N. of wk
⋙ hariheti
○heti f. Indra's weapon, i.e. the rainbow, (or) Vishṇu's weapon, i.e. the Cakra
-má mfn. adorned with a rainbow Mālatīm.
-hūti m. 'named after the Cakra', Anas Casarca Śiś. (cf. cakra-vāka)
⋙ harindravaiśeṣika
harindra-vaiśeṣika N. of wk
⋙ harīśa
harī7śa m. a king of the monkeys R. [Page 1291, Column 2]
⋙ harīśaya
harī-śayá mf(ā)n. = hari-śayá VPrāt.

harekṛṣṇamahāmantrārthanirūpaṇa3hare-kṛṣṇa-mahāmantrârtha-nirūpaṇa n. N. of wk
≫ harika 2
harika m. (for 1. See p. 1289, col, 2) a horse of a yellowish or reddish brown colour W.
≫ hariṇa
hariṇá mf(ī́)n. (the fem. háriṇī belongs to harita) fawn-coloured, yellowish, tawny (also said of unhealthy complexion), greenish, green MaitrUp. MBh.
• m. yellowish (&c.) the colour L.
• a deer, antelope, fawn, stag (one of 5 kinds, others being called ṛṣya, ruru, pṛṣata, mṛga) RV. &c. &c
• an ichneumon MaitrS.
• a goose L.
• the sun L.
• a minor division of the world W.
• N. of Vishṇu or Śiva L.
• of a Gaṇa of Śiva L.
• of a serpent. demon MBh.
• of an ichneumon (vḷ. harita) ib.
• (ī́), f. See below
⋙ hariṇakalaṅka
○kalaṅka m. 'deer-spotted', the moon L.
⋙ hariṇacarman
○carman n. a deer-skin Kauś.
⋙ hariṇadhāman
○dhāman m. 'deer-abode', the moon Rājat.
⋙ hariṇanayanā
○nayanā f. a deer-eyed woman Daś.
⋙ hariṇanartaka
○nartaka m. a Kiṃnara L.
⋙ hariṇapṛṇākā
○pṛṇākā f. a young female deer ĀpŚr.
⋙ hariṇapluta
○pluta n
⋙ hariṇaplutā
○plutā f. N. of two metres Piṅg.
⋙ hariṇalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa (cf. Gol.),
⋙ hariṇalakṣman
○lakṣman (cf. Bālar.),
⋙ hariṇalāñchana
○lāñchana (cf. Kād.), m. 'dṭdeer-marked', the moon
⋙ hariṇalocanā
○locanā f. = -nayanā R.
⋙ hariṇalolākṣī
○lolâkṣī f. a woman with eyes rolling like a deer's ib.
⋙ hariṇahṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. 'deerhearted', timid L.
⋙ hariṇākrīḍana
hariṇâkrīḍana or n. a partic. children's game Hariv.
⋙ hariṇākrīḍita
hariṇâkrīḍḍita n. a partic. children's game Hariv.
⋙ hariṇākṣa
hariṇâkṣa m. 'deer-eyed', the moon L.
• (ī), f. a deer-eyed woman Hcat.
• a kind of perfume L.
⋙ hariṇāṅka
hariṇâṅka m. 'deer-marked', the moon W.
⋙ hariṇādhipa
hariṇâdhipa m. 'deerking', a lion Jain.
⋙ hariṇāntara
hariṇântara m. a species of deer MW.
⋙ hariṇāyatekṣaṇā
hariṇâyatêkṣaṇā f. a woman with eyes long as a deer's Vcar.
⋙ hariṇāri
hariṇâri m. deer-enemy, a lion Anarghar.
⋙ hariṇāśva
hariṇâśva m. 'deer-horse', the wind Vās.
• N. of a man MBh.
⋙ hariṇekṣaṇā
hariṇêkṣaṇā f. a deer-eyed woman Naish. Prasannar.
⋙ hariṇeśa
hariṇêśa m. 'deer-lord', a lion Hcar.
≫ hariṇaka
hariṇaka m. a small deer, deer Kād.
≫ hariṇāya
hariṇāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a deer, Sṛiṅgār
≫ hariṇī
hariṇī́ f. a female deer, doe TS. &c. &c
• Rubia Munjista L.
• yellow jasmine L.
• one of the four kinds of beautiful women (corresponding to the kind of man termed mṛga) L.
• a golden image Rājat.
• a kind of metre (four times -, ) Piṅg.
• a kind of Svara-bhakti (q.v.) TPrāt. Sch.
• N. of an Apsaras Ragh.
• of a Yakshiṇī Buddh.
• of the mother of Hari (Vishṇu) BhP. pl. N. of the verses AV. xviii, 2, 11-18 Kauś.
⋙ hariṇīdṛś
○dṛś or f. a doe-eyed woman Kāv.
⋙ hariṇīnayaṇā
○nayaṇā f. a doe-eyed woman Kāv.
⋙ hariṇīrūpāya
○rūpāya Ā. ○yate, to resemble a doe Gīt.
⋙ hariṇīvṛtta
○vṛtta n. the Hariṇī-metre MW.
≫ harit
harít mfn. fawn-coloured, pale yellow, yellowish, pale red, fallow, bay, tawny, greenish RV. &c. &c
• m. pale yellow, reddish, bay (the colour) L.
• a horse of the Sun (harito harīṃś ca, acc, pl. 'the horses of the Sun and of Indra') Śak.
• emerald BhP.
• a lion L.
• the sun L.
• N. of Vishṇu L.
• Phaseolus Mungo (prob. wṛ. for hari) L.
• f. a female horse of a reddish colour, a bay mare (applied to the horses of Soma, Indra, and Tvashṭṛi, and esp. to sapta-haritaḥ, 'the 7 horses of the Sun', thought to symbolize the days of the week) RV. TS. MBh. R. BhP.
• a quarter of the sky RV. ŚBr. Kāv. &c
• pl. rivers (= nadyas) Naigh. i, 13
• grass or a species of grass L.
• turmeric W.
⋙ haritpati
○pati m. the regent of a quarter of the sky Naish.
⋙ haritparṇa
○parṇa n. 'green-leaved', a radish L.
⋙ haritmat
○mat mfn. g. yavâdi
⋙ haritvat
○vat (hárit-), mfn. goldcoloured RV.
≫ harita
hárita mf(ā or háriṇī) n. yellowish, pale yellow, fallow, pale red, pale (also, 'pale with fright'), greenish, green (also
• 'verdant' as opp. to śuṣka 'dry') RV. &c. &c
• m. yellowish (the colour) L.
• Phaseolus Mungo qr Lobatus L.
• a lion L.
• N. of a son of Kaiśyapa ŚBr.
• of a son of Yadu Hariv.
• of a son of Rohita BhP.
• of a son of Rohitâśva ib.
• of a son of Yuvanāśva ib.
• of a son of Parāvṛit ib.
• of a son of Vapushmat MārkP.
• of an ichneumon (vḷ. hariṇa) MBh.
• pl. the descendants of Harita (also called harītāḥ), Āś1vŚr. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 67 Vārtt. i Pat.)
• N. of partic. verses of the AV. (also haretā mantrāḥ) Cat.
• of a class of gods in the 12th Manvantara Pur.
• (ā), f. Dūrvā grass Śiś. (= nīla-dūrva L.)
• turmeric L.
• a brown-coloured grape L.
• Sesbana Aegyptiaca L.
• a kind of Svara-bhakti TPrāt. Sch.
• (am), n. a yellowish or greenish substance ŚBr.
• gold AV. Kāṭh.
• greens, vegetables Vishṇ. ('unripe grain' Sch.)
• a kind of fragrant plant (= sthauṇcyaka) L.
⋙ haritakapiśa
○kapiśa mfn. yellowish-brown Megh.
⋙ haritakātya
○kātya m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 1-æ73 Vārtt.8. [Page 1291, Column 3]
⋙ haritagarbha
○garbha mf(ā)n. containing a golden germ ĀpŚr.
⋙ haritagomaya
○gomaya m. pl. fresh cow-dung Kauś. Gobh.
⋙ haritacārika
○cārika mfn. (perhaps) using supernatural means of locomotion Divyâv.
⋙ haritacchada
○cchada mf(ā)n. having green leaves MBh.
• m. a tree, plant L.
⋙ haritajambhan
○jambhan mfn. Pāṇ. 5-4, 125
⋙ haritatṛṇa
○tṛṇa n. green grass MW.
⋙ haritatva
○tva n. yellowish green (the colour) Car.
⋙ haritadhānya
○dhānya n. green i.e. unripe corn Gaut.
⋙ haritanemin
○nemin mfn. having (a chariot with) golden fellies (Śiva), R:
⋙ haritapattramaya
○pattra-maya mf(ī)n. formed of green leaves Śiś.
⋙ haritapattrikā
○pattrikā f. a species of plant L.
⋙ haritapāṇḍu
○pāṇḍu mfn. yellowish-pale Suśr.
⋙ haritaprabha
○prabha mfn. appearing yellowish or pale Hariv.
⋙ haritabheṣaja
○bheṣajá n. a remedy against jaundice AV.
⋙ haritayajña
○yajña m. N. of a man ( See hāritay○)
⋙ haritayava
○yava m. green barley ĀpŚr.
⋙ haritalatā
○latā f. = pattrikā L.
⋙ haritaśāka
○śāka m. Moringa Pterygospermum L.
⋙ haritasena
○sena m. N. of a king Buddh.
⋙ haritaspṛśa
○spṛśa mfn. (?) JaimUp.
⋙ haritasraj
○sraj (hárita-), mfn. wearing or forming yellow (green) garlands AV.
• adorned with a golden chain or garland AitBr.
⋙ haritahari
○hari m. 'having reddish or bay horses', the Sun Kāv.
⋙ haritāruṇa
haritâruṇa mfn. yellowish-red Kum.
⋙ haritardhakāya
haritárdhakāya mfn. having half the body green Bcar.
⋙ haritāśma
haritâśma n. 'green-coloured stone', a turquoise or emerald L.
• sulphate of copper or blue vitriol L.
⋙ haritāśmaka
haritâśmaka n. a turquoise Hcat.
⋙ haritāśva
haritâśva mfn. having reddish or bay horses (the Sun) MBh.
• m. N. of a son of Su-dyumna VP.
⋙ haritopala
haritôpala m. 'green stone', an emerald BhP.
≫ haritaka
haritaka mfn. greenish (applied to the 6th unknown quantity) Col.
• m. or n. a green herb Car.
• (ī), f. Terminalia Chebula Divyâv.
• (am), n. grass Śiś.
⋙ haritakaśāka
○śāka n. Moringa Pterygospermum Suśr.
≫ haritāya
haritāya Nom. P. Ā. ○yati or ○yate, to become or appear green Bhaṭṭ. Kād.
≫ haritāla
haritāla m. a kind of pigeon of a yellowish green colour, Columba Hurriyals L.
• (ī) f. Panicum Dactylon L.
• the blade of a sword L.
• the fourth (or third)ḍay in the light half of the month Bhādra L.
• a streak or line in the sky L.
• the atmosphere L.
• (am), n. yellow orpiment or sulphuret of arsenic (described as the seed or seminal energy of Vishṇu, = harer viiryam) MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ haritālajanaka
○janaka m. orpiment-producer (a word employed in modern Sanskṛit to express the metal arsenic)
⋙ maya
maya mf(ī)n. consisting or made of orpiment Kum.
≫ haritālaka
haritālaka m. a kind of pigeon (= haritāla) L.
• n. yellow orpiment L.
• painting the person, theatrical decoration W.
• (ikā), f. See next
≫ haritālikā
haritālikā f. Panicum Dactylon L.
• the fourth (or third) day of the light half of the month Bhādra L.
⋙ haritālikākathā
○kathā f
⋙ haritālikāpūjana
○pūjana n. N. of wks
⋙ haritālikāvrata
○vrata n. a partic. religious observance on the above day Cat.
-kathā f. -nirṇaya m. N. of wks
≫ haritīkṛta
haritī-kṛta mfn. painted green Hit.
≫ harid
harid in comp. fur harit
⋙ haridambara
○ambara mfn. wearing a yellow or green garment Cat.
⋙ haridaśva
○aśva m. 'having fallow horses', the Sun Ragh. Śiś.
⋙ haridgarbha
○garbha m. a kind of Kuśa grass (prob. wṛ. for hariddarbha) L.
⋙ hariddantāvala
○dantāvala m
⋙ haridrañjanī
○rañjanī f. turmeric L.
⋙ haridvarṇa
○varṇa mfn. green-coloured, of a yellowish golden colour MW.
≫ haridra
haridra m. the yellow sandal tree VarBṛS.
• N. of a deity Col.
• (ā), f. See below
≫ haridraka
haridraka m. the yellow sandal tree VarBṛS.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
≫ haridrā
haridrā f. Curcunia Longa, turmeric or its √ground to powder (46 synonyms of this plant are given) Kauś. MBh. Suśr. &c
• N. of a river Col.
⋙ haridrākta
○"ṣkta (○drâkta), mfn. smeared or stained with turmeric MW. =
⋙ haridrāgaṇapati
○gaṇa-pati m. a partic. form of the god Gaṇêśa (in whose honour a Mantra is repeated with offerings of turmeric)
-prakaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ haridrāgṇeśa
○gṇêśa m. = gaṇa-pati Cat.
⋙ haridrāṅga
○"ṣṅga (○drâṅga), m. a kind of pigeon (= haritāla) L.
⋙ haridrādāna
○dāna n. N. of wk
⋙ haridrādvaya
○dvaya n. Curcuma Longa and CṭCurcuma Aromatica L.
⋙ haridrābha
○"ṣbha (○drâbha), mfn. resembling turmeric
• of a yellow colour L.
• m. Curcuma Zerumbet or Terminalia Tomentosa L.
⋙ haridrāmeha
○meha m. yellow diabetes Suśr.
○hin mfn. suffering from it ib.
⋙ haridrārāga
○rāga or mfn. 'tṭturmeric-coloured', unsteady in affection or attachment, fickle, capricious (like the colour of turmeric], which does not last) L.
⋙ haridrārāgaka
○rāgaka mfn. 'tṭturmeric-coloured', unsteady in affection or attachment, fickle, capricious (like the colour of turmeric], which does not last) L.
≫ haridrika
haridrika mfn. dealing in turmeric, g. kisarâdi
≫ harin 1
harin m. (m. c. for hari, only in gen. pl. hariṇām) a monkey R. (B.) iv. 44, 16
≫ harin 2
harin in comp. for harit
⋙ harinmaṇi
○maṇi m. 'green gem', an emerald Śiś. BhP.
-maya mf(ī)n. made or consisting of emerald, Dharniaś
⋙ harinmudga
○mudga m. Phaseolus Mungo L. [Page 1292, Column 1]
≫ hariman 2
harimán m. (for 1. See p. 1289, col. 2) yellow colour, yellowness (as a disease), jaundice RV. AV.
≫ hariya
hariya m. a horse of a reddish or bay colour L.
≫ hariśa
hariśa mfn. g., lomâdi
≫ harītakī
harītakī f. (rarely ○ka m. n.) the yellow Myrobalan tree, Terminalia Chebula (28 synonyms and seven varieties are enumerated
• the fruit is used for dyeing yellow and as a laxative) Suśr. Hariv. VarBṛS.
⋙ harītakīcūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. the powdered seed of the Myrobalan tree VarBṛS.
⋙ harītakyādi
harītaky-ādi N. of a medic. wk
≫ hary
hary in comp. for hári
⋙ haryakṣa
○akṣá mfn. yelloweyed VS. MBh.
• m. a lion MBh. R.
• the zodiacal sign Leo Cat.
• a monkey R.
• N. of Kubera L.
• of a demon causing diseases PārGṛ.
• of an Asura BhP.
• of a son of Pṛithu ib.
• of Śiva MW.
⋙ haryakṣan
○akṣan mfn
⋙ haryakṣa
○akṣa MBh.
⋙ haryaṅkakula
○aṅka-kula mfn. born in the family whose symbol is the lion (i.e. the solar race) Bcar.
⋙ haryaṅga
○aṅga m. N. of a son of Campa Hariv. VP.
⋙ haryamara
○amara m. N. of a man Virac.
⋙ haryavana
○avana m. N. of a son of Kṛita BhP.
⋙ haryaśva
○aśva m. a bay horse (of Indra) MBh. R.
• (hâry.), mfn. possessing bay horses RV.
• m. N. of Indra BhP.
• of Śiva MBh.
• of various men
ib. Hariv. R. Pur. Pāṇ. N. of the sons of Daksha Hariv. Pur.
-cāpa 'Indra's bow', the rainbow Hariv.
-prasūta (hā́ryaśva-), mf(ā)n. impelled or instigated by him who possesses bay horses RV.
⋙ haryaṣṭaka
○aṣṭaka n. N. of wk
⋙ haryātman
○ātman m. N. of a Vyāsa VP.
⋙ haryānanda
○ānanda m. N. of a pupil of Rāmānanda W.
≫ haryajvāyana
haryajvāyana m. (prob. fur hari-y○) N. of a teacher JaimUp.
≫ hāra 3
hāra mfn. (for 1. and 2. See p. 1289, col. 2) relating to Hari or Vishṇn BhP.
≫ hārika
hārika mfn. being like Hari (= harir iva), g. aṅguly-ādi
• m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
≫ hārikarṇa
hārikarṇa m. patr. fr. hari-karṇa Pravar.
≫ hārikarnīputra
hā́rikarnī-pútra m. N. of a preceptor ŚBr.
≫ hārikeyī
hārikeyī f. a patr. Pāṇ. 4-1, 15, Vartt. 1 Pat.
≫ hāriṇa
hāriṇa mfn. belonging or relating to or derived from deer, Kauś MBh. &c
• n. venison MW.
≫ hāriṇaka
hāriṇaka mfn. hunting deer Pāṇ. 4-4, 35 Sch.
≫ hāriṇāśvā
hāriṇāśvā f. (fr. hariṇâśva) a panic. Mūcehanā, Saṃgīt
≫ hārita 2
hârita m. (fr. harit and harita) green (the colour) W.
• a moderate wind neither too gentle nor too strong L.
• the Haritāla pigeon L.
• 'descendant of Haeita', N. of a son of Viśvāmitra (pl. his family, also called haritāḥ) MBh. Hariv. VP.
• (ā), f. a kind of Svara-bhakti (v. l. haritā) TPrāt. Sch.
• (ī), f. a patr. (-putra m. a son of Hariti) Lalit.
≫ hāritaka
hāritaka n. = haritaka, a green vegetable L.
≫ hāritakāta
hāritakāta m. pl. the descendants of Haritakātya Pāṇ. 1-æ73, Vartt. 8
≫ hāritayajña
hāritayajña mfn. relating or belonging to Harita-yajña L.
≫ hāritāyana
hāritāyana m. patr. fr. hārita Pāṇ. 4-1, 100
≫ hāritāsra
hāritāsra m. N. of a man Cat.
≫ hāridra
hāridrá mfn. (fr. haridrā) coloured with turmeric, yellow ŚBr. &c. &c
• m. a yellow colour L.
• the Kadamba tree L.
• a kind of vegetable poison Bhpr.
• a kind of fever (also of animals) ib.
⋙ hāridratva
○tva n. yellowness Car.
⋙ hāridrameha
⋙ hāridramehin
○meḍhin = haridrā-m○, lb
≫ hāridraka
hāridraka mfn. yellow VarBṛS.
• m. a kind of tree L.
• N. of a serpent-demon Hariv.
≫ hāridrava
hāridravá (or hā́r○), m. (fr. hari-dru) a kind of yellow bird RV. AV.
• pl. the disciples of Haridru Nir.
• (also ○vika) m. or n. a work of the Hari
≫ hāridravin
hāridravin m. the disciples of Hari-dru Pāṇ. 4-3, 104 Sch.
≫ hāridravīya
hāridravīya or m. pl. id., IndSt
⋙ hāridraveya
hāridraḍveya m. pl. id., IndSt
≫ hāridrumata
hāridrumata m. patr. fr. haridru-mat ChUp.
≫ hāriyojana
hāriyojaná mf(ī)n. (fr. hari-y○) one who harnesses bay horses (Indra) RV.
• m. a partic. Somagraga VS. ŚBr. ŚrS. ŚrS.
≫ hārivarṇa
hārivarṇa n. (fr. hari-v○) N. of various Sīmans ĀrshBr.
≫ hārivāsa
hārivāsa m. (fr. hari-v○) N. of a deity W.
≫ hāriṣeṇi
hāriṣeṇi and m. patr. fr. hari-ṣeṇa Pāṇ. 4-1, 152 and 153 Sch.
⋙ hāriṣeṇya
hāriṣeḍṇya m. patr. fr. hari-ṣeṇa Pāṇ. 4-1, 152 and 153 Sch.
≫ hārīta 2
hārīta m. (for 1. See p. 1289, col. 3) = harīta, the Haritāla pigeon MBh. Suśr. &c
• N. of various authors &c. (esp. of a lawyer often quoted) Āpast. TPrāt. MBh. &c
• pl. the descendants of Hārīta VP.
• N. of a people R. (ī), f. N. of a deity (-putra m. N. of a family, IndSt.)
⋙ hārītadharmaśāstra
○dharma-śāstra n. Hārīta's law-book Cat.
⋙ hārītabandha
○bandha m. a kind of metre Col.
⋙ hārītaśikṣā
⋙ hārītasaṃhitā
⋙ hārītasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of wks. [Page 1292, Column 2]
≫ hārītaka
hārītaka m. the Haritāla pigeon Pañcat.
• N. of an author VP.
≫ hārīti
hārīti m. pl. patr. fr. hārīta Pravar.
≫ hāryaśva
hāryaśva m. patr. fr. hary-aśva g. bidâdi
≫ hāryojana
hāryojaná v. l. for hāriyojana MaitrS.
hari 3
hari ind. (for 1. See p. 1289, col. 2
• for 2. ib., col. 3) an exclamation ('alas!') MW.
harija n. (= Gk. ?, ) the horizon VarBṛS.
• the [1292, 2] longitudinal parallax Sūryas.
haribha See hariva
harimanta m. N. of an Āṅgirasa (author of RV. ix, 72) Anukr.
harile ind. (in dram.) a vocative particle used in addressing a female slave W.
hariva m. or n. a partic. high number Buddh.
hariṣa m. = harska, joy L.
harīśaya See hari-śaya, p. 1290
harīṣā f. a partic. kind of seasoning or condiment (v. l. hari-śa) Bhpr.
haruṇa m. or n. a partic. high number Buddh.
hareṇu m. a kind of pea or pulse (with slightly globular seeds) Suśr.
• a creeper marking the boundary of a village L.
• N. of Laṅkā L.
• f. a sort of drug or perfume (= reṇukā) L.
• a respectable woman L.
• a copper-coloured deer L.
≫ hareṇuka
hareṇuka m. (or ā f.) a kind of pea or pulse Lalit. Suśr.
harta ○tavya, ○tṛ &c. See p. 1289, col. 2
hartālikā-vrata-nirṇaya m. N. of wk
harman See p. 1289, col. 2
harmita mfn. thrown, cast, sent L.
• burnt (cf. ghirma) L.
harmuṭa m. a tortoise L.
• the sun L.
harmyá n. (ifc. f. ā
• said to be fr. √hṛ, 'to captivate or charm the mind'
• but rather connected with √2. ghṛ and gharma, and perhaps originally signifying 'the domestic fire-hearth'), a large house, palace, mansion, any house or large building or residence of a wealthy person RV. &c. &c
• a stronghold, prison RV. v, 32, 5 ; viii, 5, 23
• a fiery pit, place of torment, region of darkness, the nether world MW.
• mfn. living in houses ib.
⋙ harmyacara
○cara mfn. moving or living in a mansion or palace, Kṛishṇaj
⋙ harmyatala
○tala (cf. Suśr.),
⋙ harmyapṛsṭh
○pṛsṭh (cf. Hariv.), n. the flat roof or upper room of any mansion or palace
⋙ harmyabhāj
○bhāj mfn. living in apṭap MW.
⋙ harmyavalabhī
○valabhī f. -tala VarBṛS.
⋙ harmyastha
○stha mfn. being in a house or palace MW.
⋙ harmyasthala
○sthala n. = -tala Megh.
⋙ harmyāgra
harmyâgra n. = harmya-tala Ragh.
⋙ harmyāṅgana
harmyâṅgana n. the court of a palace MW.
≫ harmikā
harmikā f. a summer-house on a Stūpa Divyâv.
≫ harmyeṣṭhā
harmye-ṣṭhā́ mfn. (fr. loc. of harmya + sthā) being in a house or stall (cf. gharmye-ṣṭhā) RV.
hary cl. r.P. (Dhātup. xv, 7) haryáti (rarely A. ○te
• pr. p. P. háryat, or haryát see below A. háryamāṇa), to like, delight in, be fond of or pleased with, yearn after, long for (acc. or loc.) RV.
• to go Naigh. ii, 14
• to threaten Dhātup.: Intens. jāharyīti, jāharti, jāharyati Siddh. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [1292, 2]
≫ haryat
háryat or mfn. eager, willing, glad RV.
⋙ haryat
haryát mfn. eager, willing, glad RV.
≫ haryate
haryaté mfn. desired, wished for, pleasant, dear, precious RV.
• m. a horse (accord. to some, 'a steed fit for the Aśva-medha sacrifice') L.
• N. of the author of RV. viii, 72 (having the patr. Prāgātha) Anukr.
hary-akṣa hary-aṅga &c. See above, col. i
haryatvata m. N. of a son of Kṛita (v. l. haryaśvata) VP.
haryāta m. pl. N. of a people VP.
harṣa m. (ifc. f. ā
• fr. √hṛṣ) bristling, erection (esp. of the hair in a thrill of rapture or delight) MBh. Kāv. &c
• joy, pleasure, happiness (also personified as a son of Dharma) KaṭhUp. MBh. &c. [Page 1292, Column 3]
• erection of the sexual organ, sexual excitement, lustfulness Suśr.
• ardent desire MBh.
• N. of an Asura Kathās.
• of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP.
• of various authors &c. (also with dīkṣita, miśra, sūri &c
• cf. śrī-harṣa)
• mfn. happy, delighted W.
⋙ harṣakara
○kara mf(ī)n. causing joy or happiness BhP.
⋙ harṣakīrti
○kīrti m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harṣakīlaka
○kīlaka m. a kind of sexual enjoyment L.
⋙ harṣakula
⋙ harṣakulāgraṇīkuśala
○kulâgraṇī-kuśala m. N. of authors
⋙ harṣakṛt
○kṛt m. N. of a man VP.
⋙ harṣakaumudī
○kaumudī f. N. of a Commentary
⋙ harṣakrodha
○krodha m. du. joy and anger Hit.
⋙ harṣagaṇi
○gaṇi m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ harṣagadgada
○gadgada mfn. (a voice) faltering with joy MBh.
⋙ harṣagarbha
○garbha mfn. full of joy, blissful Daś.
⋙ harṣagupta
○gupta m. N. of a man Kathās.
⋙ harṣacarita
○carita n. N. of a poem by Bāṇa (containing the life of king Harsha-vardhaua of Sthānêśvara)
-vārttika n. -saṃketa m. N. of Comms. on the above wk
⋙ harṣacala
○cala mfn. trembling with joy Ragh.
⋙ harṣaja
○ja mfn. arising from joy MBh.
• n. semen L.
⋙ harṣajaḍa
○jaḍa mfn. paralyzed with joy MW.
⋙ harṣadatta
⋙ harṣadattasūnu
○datta-sūnu m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ harṣadāna
○dāna n. a gift joyfully offered Hcar.
⋙ harṣadeva
○deva m. N. of a poet and king (also called śrī-h○, q.v.)
⋙ harṣadohala
○dohala m. or n. lustful desire, Mslav
⋙ harṣadhara
○dhara and m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ harṣanāthaśarman
○nātha-śarman m. N. of authors Cat.
⋙ harṣanāda
○nāda m. a shout of joy R.
⋙ harṣanibsvana
○nibsvana (cf. Ragh.),
⋙ harṣanisvana
○nisvana (cf. R.), m. id
⋙ harṣapura
○pura n. N. of a town Kathās.
• (ī), f. (in music) a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt.
⋙ harṣapūrṇavaktra
○pūrṇa-vaktra mfn. having a face full of joy Bcar.
⋙ harṣabhāj
○bhāj mfn. partaking of joy, joyful, glad Pañcat.
⋙ harṣamaya
○máya mf(ī)n. whose essence or nature is joy ŚBr.
⋙ harṣamalla
○malla m. -deva Vās., Intred
⋙ harṣamitra
○mitra m. N. of a king Rājat.
⋙ harṣayukta
○yukta mfn. filled with joy, joyful VarBṛS.
⋙ harṣaratna
○ratna and m. N. of two authors Cat.
⋙ harṣarāma
○rāma m. N. of two authors Cat.
⋙ harṣavat
○vat mfn. full of joy (ind.= 'joyfully') Śatr. Kathās. HPariś.
• (atī), f. N. of a princess Kathās.
• of a town ib.
⋙ harṣavardhana
○vardhana m. a kind of musical composition Saṃgīt.
• m. N. of a powerful king of Northern India (said to have founded an era, AḌ. 605 or 606)
• pl. N. of a people MārkP.
⋙ harṣavarman
○varman m. N. of a king Kathās.
⋙ harṣavivardhana
○vivardhana mfn. increasing or promoting joy MBh.
⋙ harṣavivṛddhasattva
○vivṛddha-sattva mfn. one whose vigour is increased by happiness MW.
⋙ harṣaviṣāda
○viṣāda m. joy and depression Mālav.
⋙ harṣavihvala
○vihvala mfn. agitated with joy, overjoyed W.
⋙ harṣaveṇuka
○veṇuka m. a festival L.
⋙ harṣaśeka
○śeka m. du. joy and sorrow KaṭhUp.
⋙ harṣasamanvita
○samanvita filled with joy, joyful, w
⋙ harṣasampuṭa
○sampuṭa m. a kind of sexual enjoyment L.
⋙ harṣasvana
○svana m. a cry of joy, sound of pleasure L.
⋙ harṣākula
harṣâkula mfn. agitated with joy R.
⋙ harṣātiśaya
harṣâtiśaya m. excess of joy Bcar.
⋙ harṣānvita
harṣânvita mfn. full of joy, happy MBh.
⋙ harṣāviṣṭa
harṣâviṣṭa mfn. penetrated or filled with joy Pañcat.
⋙ harṣāśru
harṣâśru n. tears of joy Daś.
⋙ harṣeśvaramāhātmya
harṣêśvara-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ harṣotkarṣa
harṣôtkarṣa m. excess of happiness W.
⋙ harṣotphullalocana
harṣôtphulla-locana mfn. one whose eyes are opened wide in rapture, Ratn7v
⋙ harṣodaya
harṣôdaya m. rise of joy, occurrence of pleasure W.
≫ harṣaka
harṣaka mfn. thrilling, setting on edge ( danta-h○)
• gladdening, delighting R.
• m. N. of a mountain L.
• of a son of Citra-gupta Cat.
• of a king belonging to the Śaiśunāga dynasty ib.
≫ harṣaṇa
harṣaṇa mfn. causing the hair of the body to stand erect, thrilling with joy or desire, gladdening, delightful, pleasant MBh. Hariv. &c
• m. 'gladdener', N. of one of the five arrows of Kāma-deva Bcar.
• of a man VP. (cf. L. also, 'a partic. disease of the eyes'
• 'a partic. Śrāddha'
• 'a deity presiding over Śrāddhas'
• 'the 14th of the astron Yogas.)
• n. bristling, erection Suśr.
• erection of the sexual organ, sexual excitement ib.
• the act of delighting, delight, joy, happiness MBh. R.
⋙ harṣaṇatā
○tā f. joyful excitement Bālar.
≫ harṣaṇīya
harṣaṇīya mfn. delightful, pleasant Lalit.
≫ harṣayitnu
harṣayitnu mfn. gladdening, causing delight W.
• m. a son L.
• n. gold L.
≫ harṣāya
harṣāya Nom. Ā. ○yate to be glad MW.
≫ harṣita
harṣita mfn. (fr. Caus.) made to stand erect, bristling (as hair &c.) Cat.
• gladdened, delighted, charmed, pleased, happy R. Hariv.
• n. joy, delight ( See sa-h○)
≫ harṣin
harṣin mfn. (prob.) becoming rigid or flrm ( viiḍú-h○)
• joyful, joyfully, anticipating (comp.) Hariv. Pañcar.
• rejoicing, delighting MBh.
• (iṇī), f. .a partic. plant L.
≫ harṣuka
harṣuka mfn. gladdening, delighting L.
≫ harṣumat
harṣu-mát mfn. (prob.) exciting, stimulating RV. [Page 1293, Column 1]
≫ harṣula
harṣula mfn. disposed to be cheerful or happy, delighted MBh. Rājat.
• m. a lover L.
• a deer L.
• N. of Buddha L.
• (ā), f. a girl with a beard (unfit for marriage) L.
≫ harṣyā
hárṣyā ind. (instr.) in impatient excitement RV.
≫ hārṣṭeya
hārṣṭeya m. (prob.) metron. fr. hṛṣṭi g. griṣty-ādi
≫ hārṣṇi
hārṣṇi f. = haraṇa L.
harṣīkā f. a kind of metre RPrāt.
hal 1
hal (prob. invented as a source for hala), cl. 1, P. halati, to plough, make furrows Dhātup. xx, 7
≫ hala
hala m. n. (ifc. f. ā) a plough (also as a weapon, and as a land measure) MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. N. of an author Cat.
• pl. N. of a country and people in the north VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. the earth L.
• water L.
• spirituous liquor, wine L.
• (ī), f. Methonica Superba L.
• (am), n. a plough L.
• a partic. constellation (reckoned among the Ākṛiti-yogas), YarBṛS
• ugliness, deformity (= vairāgya), hindrance, obstruction (= prati-ṣedha) L.
• quarrel (= vivāda)
⋙ halakakud
○kakud f. the projecting beam of a ploug BhP.
⋙ halagolaka
○golaka m. a kind of insect MBh. (Nil.)
⋙ haladaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. the shaft or pole of a plough L.
⋙ haladhara
○dhara m. 'plough-holder', N. of Bala-rāmā (as carrying a peculiar weapon shaped like a ploughshare) MBh. Śiś.
• of various authors &c. Vcar. Rājat.
⋙ halabandha
○bandha g. khaṇḍikâdi
⋙ halabhūti
○bhūti m. N. of Śaṃkarâcārya Gal.
⋙ halabhṛt
○bhṛt m. = -dhara (N. of Bala-rāma) MBh. Megh.
⋙ halabhṛti
○bhṛti f. agriculture, husbandry L. m. = -bhūti L.
⋙ halamārga
○mārga m. a furrow Hariv.
⋙ halamukha
○mukha n. a ploughshare R.
• (ī), f. a kind of metre Piṅg.
⋙ halamuhūrta
○muhūrta n. N. of a partic. hour Cat.
⋙ halarada
○rada mfn. having teeth shaped like a plough Bhām.
⋙ halarākṣa
○rākṣa n. Tabernamontana Coronaria L.
⋙ halavaṃśa
○vaṃśa m.= -daṇḍa L.
⋙ halavāhā
○vāhā f. 'plough', a partic. land-measure Inscr.
⋙ halasīra
○sīra m. (prob.) a ploughshare (others, 'a furrow') Divyâv.
⋙ halahati
○hati f. striking (the soil) with a plough, ploughing, furrowing W.
⋙ hellābha
hellâbha m. 'ploughlike', a piebald horse with a black stripe along its back L.
⋙ hālābhtyoga
hâlâbhtyoga m. application of a plough, the beginning of ploughing Gobh.
⋙ halāyudha
halâyudha m. 'plough-weaponed', N. of Bala-rāma ( See above
• also transferred to Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa) MBh. Hariv.
• (also with bhatṭa, miśra &c.) N. of various writers (esp. of a poet, of the author of the Abhidhāna-ratnamāls, of the author of the Purāṇa-sarvasva &c.) Cat.
-cchāndogya (?) and -stava m. N. of wks
⋙ halīṣā
halī́ṣā f. = halêṣā, the pole of a plough Pat.
≫ halaka
halaka m. N. of a man Divyâv.
≫ halakā
halakā f. g. prêkṣâdi
≫ halakin
halakin mfn. (fr. prec.) ib.
≫ halaya
halaya Nom. P. ○yaiti, to plough (= halaṃ gṛhṇāti) Vop.
≫ halahala
halahala mfn. ploughing making furrows L.
≫ halāha
halāha m. (prob. for halâbha) a piebald horse L.
≫ hali 1
hali m. a large plough ( See śata-h○)
• a furrow W.
• agriculture ib.
• N. of a man, g. griṣty-ādi
≫ hali 2
hali in comp. for halin. -priya m. Nauclea Kadamba L.
• (ā), f. spirituous liquor L.
⋙ halirāma
○rāma m. (with śarman. of an author
≫ halika
halika m. a ploughman, husbandman L.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
≫ halin
halin m. a ploughman, agriculturist Vas.
• N. of Bala-rāma MBh. Hariv.
• of a Ṛishi R.
• (inī), f. a number of ploughs L.
• Methonica Superba L.
≫ halī
halī See hala
≫ haledvipadikā
hale-dvipadikā f. (fr. loc. of hala + dv○) N. of a partic. tax Pāṇ. 6-2, 63 Sch.
≫ halya
halya mfn. ploughed, tilled ( See tri- and dvih○)
• m. ploughing, agriculture Pāṇ. 5-l, 4, 97
• (ā), f. a multitude of ploughs, g. pāśâdi
• (am), n. a ploughed field, arable land MW.
• deformity R.
≫ hāla
hāla m. = hala, a plough L.
• a 'scraper' (kind of bird) Suśr. Sch.
• N. of Bala-rāma (cf. haladhara) L.
• of Sātavahana Cat.
• of a king (son of Arishta-karman) VP.
• (ā), f. spirituous liquor (a provincial term accord. to Vām. v, 1, 13
• (ī), f. a wife's younger sister L.
⋙ hālabhṛt
○bhṛt m. N. of Bala-rāma (= hala-bhṛt) MW.
⋙ hālabandha
○bandha n. g. khaṇḍikâdi
⋙ hālasaptasataka
○sapta-sataka n. N. of an anthology (containing 700 Prākṛit stanzas)
⋙ hālāsya
hālâsya N. of a place sacred to Śiva
-khaṇḍa m. n. -māhāmya n. ○syâṣṭaka n. N. of wks
≫ hālaka
hālaka m. a horse of a yellowish brown or tawny colour L.
≫ hālāha
hālāha m. = halāha L. [Page 1293, Column 2]
⋙ hālika
hālika mfn. relating or belonging to a ploug, h Pāṇ. 4-3, 124
• m. a ploughman, agriculturist Rājat. Pañcat.
• a slaughterer (used in explaining go-vikarta) KātyŚr. Sch.
≫ hālinī
hālinī f. a kind of lizard L.
≫ hālu
hālu m. a tooth Uṇ. i, z Sch.
≫ hāleya
hāleya m. (fr. hali) N. of a king BhP.
hal 2
hal m. n. (in Pāṇini's system) a technical expression for all the consonants or for any consonant
⋙ halanta
○anta mfn. ending in a consonant
• m. or n. N. of wk
haladī or haladdī f. turmeric (= haridrā) L.
halahalā ind. an exclamation of applause or approbation MBh. R.
⋙ halahalāśabda
○śabda m. the exclamation halahalā, halloo, hallooing, shout ib.
halā ind. (in dram.) a vocntive particle (used in addressing a female friend who is an equal) Daśar. Sāh.
halāhala m. n. a kind of deadly poison (prodoced at the churning of the ocean by gods and demons) Kāv. Pañcat.
• m. (only L.) a kind of lizard
• a kind of snake
• a Jaina or Bauddha sage
≫ hālahala
hālahala (cf. Jātakam.) and n. the above poison
⋙ hālahāla
hālahāla (cf. L.), n. the above poison
≫ hālāhala
hālāhala m. a panic. poisonous plant (the seed of which is said to resemble a cow's teat) Bhpr.
• a kind of lizard L.
• a kind of spider L.
• n. (rarely m.), a deadly poison prepared from the roots of the above plant, accord. to R. and BhP. produced at she churning of the ocean (cf. halāhala) Kāv. Suśr. BhP.
• (ā), f. a kind of small mouse L.
• (ī), f. spirituous liquor L.
⋙ hālāhaladhara
○dhara m. 'having venom', a small black snake L.
≫ hāhala
hāhala or n. the above poison L.
⋙ hāhāla
hāhāla n. the above poison L.
halíkṣṇa m. a kind of lion VS. (Mahidh.)
≫ halīhṇa
hálīhṇa m. a kind of animal TS. (cf. Sch.)
• m. or n. a partic. intestine AV.
haliṅgu m. N. of a man ( See next)
≫ hāliṅgava
hā́liṅgava m. patr, fr. haliṅgu ŚBr.
halibha m. or n. a partic. high number Buddh.
halimā f. N. of one of the seven mothers of Skanda MBh.
halīna m. Tectona Grandis L.
• next L.
≫ halīma
halīma m. Pandanus Odoratissimus L.
≫ halīmaka
halīmaka m. id. L.
• a partic. form of jaundice (in this sense prob. connected with hariman) Suśr.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
haluāṇa or halūāṇa, N. of a place Cat.
haluhāra m. a horse with black testicles and a mark on its forehead L.
halla m. N. of a man Buddh.
hallaka n. the red lotus Hāsy.
hallana n. rolling or tossing about, rolling about in sleep L.
hallīśa m. one of the eighteen Uparūpalras or minor dramatic entertainments (described as a piece in one act, consisting chiefly of singing and dancing by one male and 7, 8, or Io female performers
• perhaps a kind of ballet) Sāh.
• n. a circular dance (performed by women under the direction of a man) Kāvyâd.
≫ hallīśaka
hallīśaka m. n. a kind of dance (= prec.), Kāvyld
≫ hallīṣa
⋙ hallīṣaka
hallīḍṣaka m. n. id. L.
≫ hallīsa
hallīsa m. n. id. HPariś.
≫ hallīsaka
hallīsaka m. n. id. Pañcad.
• a kind of musical instrument (v. l. jhallīṣaka) Hariv.
≫ hallīsakāya
hallīsakāya (only ○yita n. also impers.) to perform the above dance, Kaśīkh
halha See vihálha
hava 1
hava m. (fr. √hu) an oblation, burnt offering, sacrifice, Śis
• fire or the god of fire L.
≫ havana 1
havana m. (for 2. See p. 1294, col. 1) fire or Agni the god of fire L.
• a fire-receptacle (= f.) L. [Page 1293, Column 3]
• (ī), f. the sacrificial ladle ŚBr. KātyŚr.
• a hole made in the ground for the sacrificial fire which is to receive a burnt-oblation L.
• (am), n. the act of offering an oblation with fire, sacrifice MBh. Hariv.
• a sacrificial ladle Vait.
⋙ havanapaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ havanāyus
havanâyus m. 'having the burnt-offering for its life', fire L.
≫ havanīya
havanīya mfn. to be offered, with fire, sacrificial W.
• m. (?) an oblation Śiś. (cf. Sch.)
• n. anything fit for an oblation, clarified butter, ghee W.
≫ haviḥ
haviḥ in comp. for havis
⋙ haviḥśālā
○śālā f. a room where oblations are prepared L.
⋙ haviḥśeṣa
○śeṣa m. the remnant of a sacrifice
-bhakṣa mfn. eating the remnant of a sacrifice KātyŚr.
⋙ haviḥśravas
○śravas m. N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh.
⋙ haviḥsaṃsthā
○saṃsthā f. See haviryajña-ś○
≫ havitrī
havitrī f. a hole made in the ground for receiving the sacred fire for an oblation L.
≫ havin
havín See under 2. hava
≫ havir
havir in comp. for havis
⋙ havirad
○ád (cf. RV.),
⋙ havirada
○adá (cf. AV.), mfn. eating the oblation
⋙ haviradya
○ádya n. the act of eating or tasting the oblṭoblation RV. TBr.
⋙ havirantaraṇa
○antaraṇa n. passing over an oblṭoblation KātyŚr.
⋙ haviraśana
○aśana m. 'cousuming oblations', fire L. =
⋙ havirātañcana
○ātañcana n. a kind of rennet for coagulating an oblṭoblation of milk &c. ŚBr. KātySr.
⋙ havirāhuti
○āhuti f. offering an oblṭoblation GṛŚrS.
⋙ havirucohiṣṭa
○ucohiṣṭá n. the residue of an oblation ŚBr.
-bhuj mfn. eating the resṭresidue of au oblṭoblation ŚrS.
-śeṣa m. what is left from, the resṭresidue of an oblṭoblation Gobh.
○ṭâśa (cf. ŚBr.), ○ṭâśana (cf. ŚāṅkhŚr.), mfn. -"ṣṭa-bhuj
⋙ havirgandhā
○gandhā f. 'smelling like clarified butter', Prosopis Spicigera L.
⋙ havirgṛha
○gṛha or n. any house or chamber in which an oblation is offered, sacrificial hall L.
⋙ havirgeha
○geha n. any house or chamber in which an oblation is offered, sacrificial hall L.
⋙ havirgrahaṇī
○grahaṇī f. a sacrificial ladle KātyŚr.
⋙ havirdā
○dā́ mfn. giving or bringing oblations RV.
⋙ havirdāna
○dāna n. the gift of an oblation Mn. R.
⋙ havirdhāna
○dhā́na m. N. of the author of RV. x, 11-15 Anukr.
• of a son of Antar-dhana (cf. havir-dhāman) BhP.
• (ī), f. N. of the mythical cow Surabhi or Kāma-dhenu ib.
• of the wife of Havir-dhāna ib.
• (am), n. 'oblation-receptacle', the vehicle in which the Soma plants are couveyed to be pressed (generally in du.) AV. VS. ŚBr.
• a shed for the Soma vehicles ib. KātyŚr.
• a place of sacrifice MBh. Hariv.
• the earth (as the depository of oblṭoblation) AV.
• (e), du, (with prajāpateḥ) N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.
⋙ havirdhāman
○dhāman mfn. possessing a Soma car or shed TS.
⋙ havirdhāman
○dhāman m. N. of a son of Antardhsman (cf. havir-dhāna) MBh.
⋙ havirdhūma
○dhūma m. the smoke from an oblation Bcar.
⋙ havirnirvapaṇa
○nirvapaṇa n. (with pātra) the vessel in which an oblṭoblation is offered ĀpŚr.
⋙ havirbhāga
○bhāga (haviir.), m. the share in an oblṭoblation ŚBr.
⋙ havirbhāj
○bhāj mfn. partaking of an oblation Nir.
⋙ havirbhuj
○bhuj m. 'eating the oblṭoblation', fire or Agni the god of fire (also applied to Śiva and other gods) Hariv. Kāv. BhP.
• pl. N. of the Pitṛis of the Kshatriyas Mn. iii, 197
⋙ havirbhū
○bhū f. the place of sacrifice (personified as daughter of Kardama and wife of Puolastya) BhP.
⋙ havirbhūta
○bhūta (haviir), mfn. become an oblṭoblation ŚBr.
⋙ havirmathi
○máthi mfn. destroying or disturbing sacrifices RV.
⋙ havirmantha
○mantha m. Premna Spinosa or Longifolia L.
⋙ haviryajña
○yajñá m. the offering of an oblṭoblation, a simple oblation of clarified butter &c. (as opp. to a soma-y○) Br. GṛŚrS.
-kāṇḍa n. N. of the first (or second) book of the ŚBr.
-rtvij (for -ṛtvij), a priest officiating at a Havir-yṭyajña KātySr.
-vidha (○jñá-), mfn. of the nature of the Havir-yajña ŚBr.
saṃsthā f. primary or essential form of the Havir-yṭyajña (7 are enumerated, viz. Agay-ādheya, Agni-hotra, DarSa-pūm, Pāsk, -yajña) Lāṭy.
⋙ haviryājin
○yājin m. 'oblation-offerer', a priest W.
⋙ havirvarṣa
○varṣa m. N. of a son of Agnidhra and the Varsha ruled by him MārkP.
⋙ havirvah
○vah mfn. (nom. -vāṭ) conveying the sacrifice RV.
⋙ havirhuti
○huti f. offering an oblation L.
≫ haviṣ
haviṣ in comp. for havis
⋙ haviṣkaraṇa
○káraṇa n. the act of preparing an oblation TS. Br.
⋙ haviṣkṛt
○kṛ́t mfn. preparing the oblation RV. ŚBr. ŚrS.
• m. the exclamation háviṣ-kṛd éhi (cf. VS. i, 15) ŚBr. ŚrS.
• N. of an Āṅgirasa (cf. hāviṣkṛta), TS.
⋙ haviṣkṛta
○kṛta (havíṣ.), mfn. made into an oblṭoblation TS. ŚBr. Mn.
⋙ haviṣkṛti
○kṛti (havíṣ-), f. preparation of the oblṭoblation RV.
⋙ haviṣṭas
○ṭas ind. (= abl.) from the oblṭoblation ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ haviṣṭva
○ṭva n. the being an oblation Nyāyam. Sch.
⋙ haviṣpaṅkti
○paṅkti (havíṣ-), f. five oblṭoblation collectively Br.
• mfn. consisting of 5 oblṭoblation Kāṭh. AitBr.
⋙ haviṣpati
○pati (havíṣ.), m. lord of the oblṭoblation RV. VS. ṢaḍvBr.
⋙ haviṣpā
○pā́ mfn. drinking the obl RV.
⋙ haviṣpāta
○pātá n. a vessel for the oblṭoblation ŚBr. KātyŚr.
⋙ haviṣpāntasūkta
○pānta-sū7kta n. the hymn RV. x, 88 (cf. next) Cat.
⋙ haviṣpāntīya
○pāntīya mfn. beginning with havíṣ-pā́ntam (cf. RV. x, 88) Nir. vii, 23 Mn. xi, 252 (v. l. haviṣyantīya). [Page 1294, Column 1]
⋙ haviṣmat
○mat (havíṣ-), mfn. possessing or offering an oblṭoblation RV. AV. KaṭhUp.
• attended with or containing oblṭoblation RV. VS.
• m. N. of an Āṅgirasa TS.
• of a Devarshi MBh.
• of one of the 7 Ṛishis in the 6th Manv-antara or of one (or two) in the 11sth Hariv. Pur.
• pl. N. of a class of Pitṛis (regarded as progenitors of Kshatriyas and as descended from Aṅgiras) Mn. iii, 197 ; 198
• (atī), f. N. of the mythical cow Kāma-dhenu BhP.
• of a daughter of Aṅgiras MBh.
≫ haviṣya
haviṣyá mfn. fit or prepared for an oblation RV. TS.
• worthy of an oblation or sacrifice (as Śiva) MBh.
• m. n. anything fit for an oblation (esp. rice or other kinds of grain), sacrificial food (cf. comp. n. = ghṛta, havis &c.) GṛŚrS. Mn. MBh. &c
• (ā), f. Pāṇ. 4-4, 122
⋙ haviṣyabhakṣa
○bhakṣa mfn. eating sacrificial food (rice or other grain, clarified butter and e
-tā f.) ŚāṅkhGṛ.
⋙ haviṣyabhuj
○bhuj mfn. id. Mn. xi, 78
⋙ haviṣyaśanna
○śanna n. the refuse of a sacrifice KātyŚr.
⋙ haviṣyānna
haviṣyânna n. food fit to be eaten during certain festival days, any particularly sacred food Yājñ.
⋙ haviṣyāśin
haviṣyâśin mfn. = haviṣya-bhuj Mn. xi, 219
≫ haviṣyantīya
haviṣyantīya See haviṣ-pāntīya
≫ haviṣyanda
haviṣyanda m. (for haviḥ-sy) N. of a son of Viśvsmitra (v. l. haviṣpanda and havisyanda) R.
≫ havis
havís n. an oblation or burnt offering, anything offered as an oblation with fire (as clarifled butter, milk, Some, grain
haviṣkṛ, 'to prepare an oblation', 'make into an oblation') RV. &c. &c
• water Naigh. i, 12
• fire Kālac.
• N. of a Marutvat (?) Kālac.
≫ havya 1
havyá n. (for 2. See col. 2) anything to be offered as an oblation, sacrificial gift or food (in later language often opp., to kaivya, q.v.) RV. &c. &c
⋙ havyakavya
○kavya n. oblations both to the gods and to the spirits of deceased ancestors Mn. iii, 19o
-vaha mfn. receiving both oblations (cf. above) MBh. conveying both oblations ib.
○vyâśa mfn. eating both oblṭoblations Pañcar.
⋙ havyajuṣṭi
○juṣṭi (havyá.), f. delight in or enjoyment of an oblation RV. AitBr.
⋙ havyadāti
○dāti (havyá.), mfn. conveying or presenting oblations (to the gods
• said of Agni) RV.
• f. sacrificial gift, oblation ib.
⋙ havyapa
○pa m. 'protector of oblations', N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis in the 13th Manv-antara Hariv.
⋙ havyapāka
○pāka m. = caru L.
⋙ havyabhuj
○bhuj m. 'oblṭoblations-eater', fire or the god of fire VarBṛS.
⋙ havyamantrāhikṛta
○mantrâhikṛta m. du . 'superintendent of the sacrifice and of the council', a priest and a minister Bcar.x, 1
⋙ havyayoni
○yoni m. 'source of the sacrifice', a deity L.
⋙ havyalehin
○lehin m. 'oblṭoblations-licker', fire, the god of fire Bālar.
⋙ havyavah
○váh m. (nom. vā́ṭ) bearing the oblation (to the gods) RV. MBh. R.
• fire or the god of fire ib.
⋙ havyavaha
○vaha m. fire L.
⋙ havyavāha
○vāhá (or -vā́ha), mfn. = -vah (also applied to the Aśvattlia tree of whose wood the Araṇi is made) AV. TBr.
• m. Agni or fire MBh. MārkP.
⋙ havyavāhana
○vā́hana mfn. = -vah RV. ŚrS.
• m. N. of Agni TS. ŚBr.
• fire MBh. R. &c
• N. of the 9th Kalpa (q.v.)
• of one of the 7 Ṛishis under Manu Rohita or Sāvarṇa Hariv. MārkP.
⋙ havyavāhinī
○vāhinī f. oblṭoblations-bearer', N. of the tutelary deity of the family of Kapila Cat.
⋙ havyasodhana
○sódhana mfn. purifying the oblṭoblations TBr.
⋙ havyasūkti
○sū7kti (havyá-), f. a sacrificial verse or formula VS. TBr.
⋙ havyasūd
○sū́d (Rv.),
⋙ havyasūda
○sū́da (cf. TS.), or (cf. VS.), mfn. preparing or providing the oblation
⋙ havyasūdana
○sū́dana (cf. VS.), mfn. preparing or providing the oblation
⋙ havyād
havyâd mfn. eating the oblation RV.
⋙ havyāda
havyâda mfn. id. Hariv.
• m. N. of a Ṛishi Cat.
⋙ havyāśa
havyâśa (Rajat.),
⋙ havyāśana
havyâśana (cf. L.), m. 'oblation-eater', fire
≫ hāvaka 1
hāvaka m. (fr. Caus.) the institutor of a sacrifice Siṃhâs.
≫ hāvanīya
hāvanīya mfn. (fr. id.) to be caused to sacrifice or to be sacrificed Baudh.
≫ hāvin
hāvin mfn. offering an oblation, sacrificing (in eka-h○) ŚāṅkhŚr.
≫ hāvirdhāna
hāvirdhāna mfn. containing the word havirdhāna g. vimuktâdi
≫ hāvirdhāni
hāvirdhāni m. patr. fr. havir-dhāna BhP.
≫ hāviryajñika
hāvir-yajñika (cf. Lāṭy.),
⋙ hāviryajñiya
hāvir-ḍyajñiya (cf. KātyŚr.), mfn. relating or belonging to or destined for the Havir-yajña
≫ hāviṣkṛta
hāviṣkṛta (fr. haviṣkṛt), n. N. of a Saman ĀrshBr.
≫ hāviṣmata
hāviṣmata n. (fr. haviṣ-mat) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
hava 2
háva mfn. (fr. √hve or ; for 1. See p. 1293, col. 2)
• calling RV.
• m. call, invocation ib. AV.
• direction, order, command L.
⋙ havavat
○vat mfn. containing the word hava AitBr.
≫ havana 2
hávana m. N. of a Rudra MBh. Hariv.
• n. calling, invocation, summons RV. Pañcar.
• challenging or challenge to battle MW. [Page 1294, Column 2]
⋙ havanaśrut
○śrút mfn. listening to or hearing invocations RV. ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ havanasyad
○syád mfn. hastening to an invocation or challenge RV.
≫ havas
havás n. an invocation, call RV.
≫ havin
havín mfn. calling, invoking AV.
• looking for help AitBr. ('skilled in sacrifice' Sāy.)
≫ havītu
havītu See su-haviitu-nāman and √hve (for dat. háviitave)
≫ havīman
hávīman m. or n. call, invocation RV.
≫ havya 2
hávya (or havyá), mf(ā)n. to be called or invoked RV. AV. VS.
• m. N. of a son of Manu Svāyambhuva Hariv.
• of a son of Atri VP.
≫ hāva
hāva m. calling, alluring, dalliance, blandishment (collective N. of ten coquettish gestures of women, beginning with līlā, q.v.), M Bh. Kāv. &c
≫ hāvaka 2
hāvaka m. a caller, summoner, (in nuptial ceremonies) one who summons the bride, an attendant on the bridegroom
havaṅga m. (fr. havam + ga?) eating rice and curds from a metal cup L.
havala and havava, N. of partic. high numbers Buddh.
havidhra m. N. of a king MBh.
• of a son of Manu Svārocisha Hariv.
haviṣṭha m. N. of a Dānava Hariv.
has 1
has cl. r. P. (cf. Dhātup. xvii, 72) hasati (m. c. also ○te
• pf. jahāsa, jahase MBh. &c
• aor. ahasīt Gr
• fut. hasitā ib.
hasiṣyati MBh. &c
• inf. hasitum ib.
• ind. p. hasitvā, -hasya ib.), to laugh, smile, laugh at (instr.) ṢaḍvBr. Gobh. MBh. &c
• to deride, mock, ridicule (acc.) MBh. R. &c
• to surpass, excel Kāvyâd.
• to expand, open (as a blossom) Kuval.: Pass. hasyate (aor. ahāsi), to be laughed or smiled at MBh. Kāv. &c.: Caus. hāsayati (aor. ajīhasat), to cause to laugh Hariv. Kum.: Desid. jihasiṣati (cf. √1. jakṣ), Gr.: Intens. jāhasyate (p. ○yamāna MBh.), jāhasti, to laugh continuously or immoderately ib.
≫ has 2
has ind, an exclamation of laughter or loud merriment (also employed as a Nidhana in the Sāman)
⋙ haskartṛ
○kartṛ́ m. a stimulator, inciter (others, 'illumiuator') RV.
⋙ haskāra
○kārá m. 'smile (of the sky)', sheet-lightning ib.
⋙ haskṛti
○kṛti (hás-.), f. loud merriment, laughter ib.
≫ hasa
hása (or hasá), m. (ifc. f. ā) mirth, laughter R. V. &c. &c
⋙ hasakṛt
○kṛt mfn. causing mirth or laughter, Śṛiṅgār
⋙ hasavajra
○vajra m. N. of a man Buddh.
⋙ hasāmud
hasāmud mfn. laughing merrily, Hir
⋙ hasāmuda
hasā-mudá mfn. id. AV.
≫ hasat
hasat mfn. (pr. p. of √has) laughing, smiling &c
• mocking, scorning, excelling Śiś. v, 63
• (anti), f. a portable fire-vessel, small furnace, chafing-dish L.
• Arabian jasmine L.
• a partic. female demon L.
• N. of a river (= hasanī) Divyâv.
≫ hasana
hasana mf(ā)n. laughing Nir. iii, 5
• jesting or sporting with Pañcar.
• m. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.
• (ā́), f. a jest, encouraging shout (others, 'lightning') RV. ix, 112, 4 (ī), f. See next
• (am), n. laughter, a laugh (accord. to some, 'with tremulous lips') VarBṛS. Suśr.
≫ hasanī
hasanī f. a portable fire-place or chafing-dish L.
• N. of a mythical river (= hasantī), Divyáv.
⋙ hasanīmaṇi
○maṇi m. 'hearth-jewel', fire L.
≫ hasanīya
hasanīya mfn. to be laughed at or derided by (gen.)
≫ hasantikā
hasantikā f. a portable fire-vessel, small fireplace Vcar. Rājat.
≫ hasikā
hasikā f. laughter, derision, jesting L.
≫ hasitā
hasitā mfn. laughing, jesting, smiling Kathās.
• one who has laughed (m. 'he laughed '= jahāsa) Vet.
• mocked, ridiculed, surpassed, excelled, Kav
• blown, expanded L.
• (am), n. laughing, laughter (also impers. = 'it has been laughed') TĀr. Kāv. Kathās. &c
• the bow of Kāma (god of love) W.
≫ hasitṛ
hasitṛ mfn. one who laughs, a laugher, smiler MW.
≫ hasra
hasrá mf(ā́)n. laughing, smiling RV.
• foolish, stupid L.
≫ hāsa
hāsa m. (ifc. f. ā) laughing, laughter, mirth (often in pl.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• mocking, derision of (gen.) R.
• a jest, joke, fun (ākhyāna-h○, 'a funny story') Kathās.
• dazzling whiteness (regarded as laughter in which the teeth are shown) R. Kathās. Sāh.
• pride, arrogance BhP.
• (ā), f. N. of Durgā L.
⋙ hāsakara
○kara mfn. provoking laughter, causing to laugh Śiś. [Page 1294, Column 3]
• laughing, merry W.
⋙ hāsabhūta
○bhūta mfn. representing the laughter of (gen.) Jātakam.
⋙ hāsavatī
○vatī f. N. of a Tantra deity Buddh.
⋙ hāsaśāla
○śāla mfn. prone to mirth or laughter Kathās.
⋙ hāsāspada
hāsâspada n. an object of jest or laughter. Kathās.
≫ hāsaka
hāsaka m. one who causes laughter, a buffoon, jester MBh. R. Subh.
• a laugher MW.
• (ikā), f. laughter, mirth, merry-making L.
≫ hāsana
hāsana mfn. (fr. Caus.) causing laughter, funny, comical Kathās.
≫ hāsanika
hāsanika m. a play-fellow L.
≫ hāsin
hāsin mfn. laughing, smiling at (comp.) MBh. Hariv. &c
• dazzingly white (cf. under hāsa), brilliant or adorned with ib.
• (inī), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh.
≫ hāsya
hāsya mfn. to be laughed at, laughable, ridiculous, funny, comical MBh. Kāv. &c
• laughing, laughter, mirth (in rhet. one of the 10 Rasas or of the 8 Sthāyi-bhāvas, qq. vv.) Yājñ. MBh. &c
• jest, fun, amusement Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ hāsyakathā
○kathā f. a funny tale BhP.
⋙ hāsyakara
○kara (cf. Sāh.),
⋙ hāsyakāra
○kāra (cf. R.), mfn. provoking laughter, causing to laugh
⋙ hāsyakārya
○kārya n. a ridiculous affair Pañcat.
⋙ hāsyakṛt
○kṛt mfn. = -kara Daś.
⋙ hāsyatara
○tara mfn. more ridiculous MBh.
⋙ hāsyatā
○tā f
⋙ hāsyatva
○tva n. laughableness, ridiculousness MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ hāsyadidṛkṣu
○didṛkṣu mfn. curious to see something ridiculous Kathās.
⋙ hāsyapadavī
○padavī f. the roar of laughter (○viiṃ-√yā, 'to incur ridicule') Pañcat. (-bhāva m. = -tā Kathās.)
• a jest, joke (pl.) Hariv.
⋙ hāsyaratnākara
○ratnâkara m. 'jewel-mine of mirth', N. of a drama
⋙ hāsyarasa
○rasa m. the sense of humour ( See rasa)
-vat mfn. funny, comical, Balar
⋙ hāsyasthāyibhāva
○sthāyi-bhāva m. the permanent sense of humour ( See sthāyi-bh○)
⋙ hāsyahīna
○hīna mfn. destitute of a smile (or 'of blossom') Hāsy.
⋙ hāsyārṇava
hāsyârṇava m. 'ocean of mirth', N. of a Prahasana by Jagad-Iśvara
⋙ hāsyāspada
hāsyâspada n. a laughing-stock, butt (-tva n.) Kāv.
hasira m. a kind of mouse (cf. haṃsira) Cat.
hasurāja m. N. of a man Buddh.
has-kartṛ &c. See col. 2
hásta m. (ifc. f. ā, of unknown derivation) the hand (ifc. = 'holding in or by the hand'
hastekṛ as two words, 'to take into the hand', 'get possession of'
• haste-√kṛ as a comp., 'to take by the hand, marry'
śatru-hastaṃgam, 'to fall into the hand of the enemy') RV. &c. &c
• an elephant's trunk (ifc. = 'holding with the trunk') AitBr. MBh. &c
• the fore-arm (a measure of length from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger, = 24 Aṅgulas or about 18 inches) VarBṛS. Rājat. &c
• the position of the hand (= hasta-vinyāsa) VPrāt.
• hand-writing Yājñ. Vikr.
• the 11th (13th) lunar asterism (represented by a hand and containing five stars, identified by some with part of the constellation Corvus) AV. &c. &c
• a species of tree L.
• (in prosody) an anapest Col.
• quantity, abundance, mass (ifc. after words signifying 'hair'
• cf. keśa-h○)
• N. of a guardian of the Soma Sāy.
• of a son of Vasudeva BhP.
• of another man Rājat.
• (hástā), f. the hand AV. xi, 124
• the Nakshatra Hasta Pur.
• (am), n. a pair of leather bellows L.
• mfn. born under the Nakshatra Hasta, Psṇ. iv, 3, 34. [Cf., accord. to some Gk. ?]
⋙ hastakamala
○kamala n. a lotus [1294, 3] carried in the hand (as symbolizing good fortune or prosperity
• thus when Lakshmī was churned out of the ocean, she appeared holding a lotus) Mālav.
• a lotus-like hand A.
⋙ hastakārya
○kārya mfn. to be done or made with the hand PañcavBr.
⋙ hastakṛta
○kṛta (hásta-), mf(ā)n. made with the hand AV.
⋙ hastakohali
○kohali (?), f. the binding of the string round the fore-arm of the bride and bridegroom L.
⋙ hastakauśala
○kauśala n. skilfulness of hand, manual dexterity MW.
⋙ hastakriyā
○kriyā f. any manual performance ib.
⋙ hastaga
○ga mf(ā)n. being in one's (comp.) hand or possession Kathās. Pañcat.
⋙ hastagata
○gata mfn. come to hand, fallen into one's possession, procured, obtained, secured (para-hasta-g○, 'being in the hand or possession of another') Hariv. Ragh. &c
⋙ hastagāmin
○gāmin mfn. = -ga Ragh.
⋙ hastagiri
○giri m. N. of a mountain (māhāmya n.) Cat.
⋙ hastagṛkya
○gṛkya ind. having taken the hṭhand RV. AV.
⋙ hastagraha
○graha m. the taking of the hand BhP. Kathās.
• the marriage ceremony Kathās.
• the putting hand to or engaging in, Pracaṇd
⋙ hastagrābha
○grābhá mfn. one who takes or has taken a girl's hand (= 'one who marries or has married a wife') RV.
⋙ hastagrāha
○grāha mfn. taking (or able to take) any one by the hand ( 'being in the immediate neighbourhood' R.
hasta-grāhaṃgrah, to take any one by the hand' Pāṇ. 3-4, 39)
• m. a husband (cf. -grābhá) Nir. BhP. [Page 1295, Column 1]
⋙ hastagrāhaka
○grāhaka mfn. taking any one by the hind (= very importunate) Rājat.
⋙ hastaghna
○ghná m. a kind of handguard (protecting the hand in archery) RV.
⋙ hastacaraṇa
○caraṇa m. du. hands and feet Mn. ix, 277
⋙ hastacāpa
○cāpa wṛ. for -vāpa MBh.
⋙ hastacāpalya
○cāpalya n. = -kauśala MW.
⋙ hastacchedana
○cchedana m. the amputation of a hand Mn. viii, 322
⋙ hastacyuta
○cyuta (hásta-.), mfn. shaken or moved with the hand RV.
⋙ hastacyuti
○cyuti (hásta-), f. quick motion of the hand RV. MaitrS.
⋙ hastajyoḍi
○jyoḍi m. a kind of plant L.
⋙ hastatala
○tala n. the (palm of the) hand ( comp.)
• the tip of an elephant's trunk MW.
-gata mfn. being (al. ready) in one's hand Mudr.
⋙ hastatāla
○tāla m. clapping the hand together ( sa-hasta-tālam)
⋙ hastatulā
○tulā f. the hand as a balance or instrument for weighing anything Pañcat.
⋙ hastatra
○tra m. or n. a hand-grard (cf. -ghná) Lāṭy.
⋙ hastatrayasammite
○traya-sammite ind. at a distance of 3 Hastas VarBṛS.
⋙ hastadakṣinta
○dakṣinta mfn. situated on the right hand (as a road) Pat.
• right, correct MBh.
⋙ hastadatta
○datta mfn. reached with the hṭhand Cat.
⋙ hastadīpa
○dīpa m. a hand lantern Kathās.
⋙ hastadoṣa
○doṣa m. a slip of the hand, mistake commitied by the hand MW.
⋙ hastadvaya
○dvaya n. a distance of 2 Hastas or 48 inches L.
⋙ hastadhātrī
○dhātrī f. N. of wk
⋙ hastadhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa n. holding by the hand, supporting, helping L.
• warding off a blow MW.
• stopping a blow with the hand ib.
• (ā), f. supporting, helping MBh.
• taking to wife, marrying Hariv. Naish.
⋙ hastaparṇa
○parṇa m. Palma Christi or Ricinus Communis L.
⋙ hastapāda
○pāda m. du. or n. sg. hands and feet Mn. Yājñ.
○dâdi, the hand and feet, the extremities, limbs of the body MW.
⋙ hastapuccha
○puccha n. the hand below the wrist L.
⋙ hastapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha n. the back of the hand (also called apa-pṛ○) L.
⋙ hastaprada
○prada mfn. giving the hand, supporting, helping MBh.
⋙ hastaprāpta
○prâpta mfn. -gata MBh. R. &c
⋙ hastaprāpya
○prâpya mfn. to be reached with the hand R. Megh.
⋙ hastabandha
○bandha m. = haste-b○ Pāṇ. 6-3, 13 Sch.
⋙ hastabimba
○bimba n. anointing the body with perfumes L.
⋙ hastabhraṃśin
○bhraṃśin (cf. Śak.),
⋙ hastabhraṣṭa
○bhraṣṭa (cf. Kathās.), mfn. slipped from the hand, escaped
⋙ hastamaṇi
○maṇi m. a jewel worn on the wrist MW.
⋙ hastamātra
○mātra a cubit in length ib.
⋙ hastamuktāvalī
○muktâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ hastayata
○yata (hásta-), mfn. held or guided by the hand RV.
⋙ hastayugala
○yugala n. the two hands MW.
⋙ hastayoga
○yoga m. employment or practice of the hand MBh.
⋙ hastaratnāvalī
○ratnâvalī f. N. of wk. on mimetic gestures with one or both hand
⋙ hastarelihā
○relihā f. a line on the hand MW.
⋙ hastalakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of the 28th Pariśishṭa of the AV.
⋙ hastalāghava
○lāghava n. lightness of hand, manual readiness, cleverness (reckoned among the 64 Kalās) Cat.
• a real injury MBh.
⋙ hastalekha
○lekha m. hand-drawing (○khī√kṛ, 'to draw, sketch') Naish.
⋙ hastalepana
○lepana n. an ointment for the hands L.
⋙ hastavat
○vat (hásta-), mfn. having hṭhand RV.
• dexterous with the hand (as an archer or thief) MBh. Ragh. Daś.
⋙ hastavartam
○vartam ind. (with Caus. of √vṛt) to turn or crush with the hand, Bhaiṭṭ,
⋙ hastavartin
○vartin mfn. being or remaining in the hand, seized, held, caught hold of W.
• m. N. of a prince Daś.
⋙ hastavāpa
○vāpa m. scattering or shooting a shower of arrows with the hand MBh.
⋙ hastavāma
○vāma mfn. situated on the left hand (also 'wrong') MBh.
⋙ hastavāraṇa
○vāraṇa n. taking or holding by the hand L.
• warding off a blow L.
⋙ hastavinyāsa
○vinyāsa m. position of the hṭhand VPrāt.
⋙ hastaveṣya
○veṣya n. handiwork, manual labour TāṇḍBr.
⋙ hastaśrāddha
○śrāddha n. N. of wk
⋙ hastasaṃlagnikā
○saṃlagnikā f. (instr.) with the hand put together, Mah1vy
⋙ hastasaṃvāhana
○saṃvāhana n. rubbing or shampooing with the hand MW.
⋙ hastasaṃjīvanī
○saṃjīvanī f. N. of awk. with the hand Jātakam.
⋙ hastasaṃdhunakam
○saṃdhunakam ind. tossing or shaking the hand, Mahāvy
⋙ hastasiddhi
○siddhi f. earnings gained by manual labour, salary VP.
⋙ hastasūtra
○sūtra (cf. Kum.) or (cf. L.), n. a bangle or ornament put on the wrist of a girl before her wedding
⋙ hastasūtraka
○sūtraka (cf. L.), n. a bangle or ornament put on the wrist of a girl before her wedding
⋙ hastastha
○stha mfn. being in or held with the hand, Kathās.
-yuga mfn. holding a yoke in the hand Bcar.
⋙ hastasthita
○sthita mfn. being in hand, held MW.
⋙ hastasvaralakṣaṇa
○svara-lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ hastasvastika
○svastika m. (ifc. f. ā) crossing the hand, Mālatim. Bālar.
⋙ hastahārya
○hārya mfn. to be grasped with the hands, manifest Bālar.
⋙ hastahoma
○homa m. an oblation offered with the hand Kauś.
⋙ hutākṣara
hutâkṣara mfn. written with the hand (opp. to mudrâṅkita, 'printed') L.
⋙ hastāgni
hastâgni m. N. of a man
• pl. his family Saṃskārak.
⋙ hastāgra
hastâgra n. 'tip of the hand', the fingers (-lagnā f. with gen. = 'clasping the fingers of.' i.e. 'married to') Pañcat.
• the tip of the trunk of an elephant Śiś.
⋙ hutāṅguli
hutâṅguli or f. a finger of the hand Hariv. GāruḍaP.
⋙ hutāṅgulī
hutâṅguḍlī f. a finger of the hand Hariv. GāruḍaP.
⋙ hastāñjali
hastâñjali m. the hands joined together and hollowed ( See añjali Mṛicch.
⋙ hastādāna
hástâdāna mfn. taking or seizing with the hand (or trunk, as men, monkeys, or elephants) TS.
• n. the act of seizing with the hand Pāṇ. 3-3, 40. [Page 1295, Column 2]
⋙ hastābharaṇa
hastâbharaṇa n. an ornament for the hand MBh.
• a kind of snake Suśr.
⋙ hastāmalaka
hastâmalaka n. 'the fruit or seed of the Myrobalan in the hand' (as a symbol of something palpable or clear). R.
• N. of wk. on the Vedânta by the next
• m. N. of a son of PrabhAkara (pupil of Samkarâcārya)
-ṭīkā f. -bhāṣya n. n., vedânta-prakaraṇa n. -saṃvāda-stotra or ○ka-stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ hastārūḍha
hastârūḍha mfn. lying on the hand, clear, manifest Hariv.
⋙ hastālamba
hastâlamba m. 'hand-support', material support or refuge Kathās.
⋙ hastālambana
hastâlambana n. id. Pañcat.
⋙ hastāliṅgana
hastâliṅgana or n. an embrace Hariv.
⋙ hastāliṅganaka
hastâliṅgaḍnaka n. an embrace Hariv.
⋙ hastavanejana
hastávanéjana n. water for washing the hand AV.
⋙ hastāvaīsmba
hastâvaīsmba m. (ifc. f. ā) = hastâíamba Vikr. Ratnâv.
• mfn. supported by the hand of another MW.
⋙ hastāvalambana
hastâvalambana ī. = prec. HPariś.
⋙ hutāvalevāpa
hutâvalevāpa m. 'hand-covering', a hand-guard or finger. guard (used by archers) MBh. R. &c
• seizing an arrow with the hand L.
⋙ hastāvāpin
hastâvāpin mfn. provided with a hand-guard MBh. Jātakam.
⋙ hastāhasti
hastā-hasti ind. (cf. keśā-keśi &c.) hand to hand, in close fight MBh.
⋙ hastāhastikā
hastā-hastikā f. close fight Anarghar.
⋙ hastocchraya
hastôcchraya m. 'lifting up the hand', an oblation (?) Divyâv.
⋙ hastodaka
hastôdaka n. water held in the hand, Kath1s
≫ hastaka
hastaka m. the hand (ifc.with f. ikā = 'holding in the hand') MBh. Kāv. &c
• the hand as a support Gīt.
• the hand as a measure of length ŚārṅgS.
• position of the hand Cat.
• a turn-spit (vḷ. hastika) Hcar.
• (ikā), f. a kind of stringed instrument, Saṃgst
⋙ hastakavapra
○vapra N. of a place Inscr.
≫ hastakita
hastakita mfn. (fr. hastaka), g. tārakâdi
≫ hasti
hasti in comp. for hasti, i
⋙ hastikakṣa
○kakṣa m. a kind of venomous insect Suśr.
• n. N. of wk
⋙ hastikakṣya
○kakṣya m. a lion L.
• a tiger ib.
• n. N. of wk
⋙ hastikacni
○kacni a kind of bulbous plant L.
⋙ hastikarañja
○karañja or m. Galedupa Piscidia L.
⋙ hastikarañjaka
○karañḍjaka m. Galedupa Piscidia L.
⋙ hastikarkoṭaka
○karkoṭaka m. a kind of big Momordica Mixa L.
⋙ hastikarṇa
○karṇa m. 'elephant-eared', N. of various plants (accord. to L. 'the castor-oil tree also the red kind
• Butea Frondosa
• Arum Macrorrhizum') Suśr. VarBṛS.
• of one of Śiva's attendants L.
• a partic. class of semi-divine beings (forming one of the Gaṇa-devatās, q.v.) MW.
• N. of a Rākshasa R.
• of a serpent-demon Buddh.
• of a locality Rājat.
-dala m. a sort of Butea L.
-palāśa. m. Butea Frondosa Suśr.
⋙ hastikarṇaka
○karṇaka m. a sort of Butea L.
⋙ hastikarṇika
○karṇika n. a partic. sedent posture (with Yogins) Cat.
⋙ hastikarṣū
○karṣū g. kāśy-ādi
⋙ hastikāśyapa
○kāśyapa m. N. of a man MBh.
⋙ hastikumbha
○kumbha m. N. of a grotto Inscr.
⋙ hastikoli
○koli m. or f. a sort of jujube L.
⋙ hastikośātakī
○kośātakī f. a kind of Cucurbitaceous plant L.
⋙ hastigartā
○gartā f. N. of a cavity in the earth Buddh.
⋙ hastigavāśva
○gavâśva n. sg. elephants (and) cows (and) horses MBh.
○śvôṣṭra-damaka m. a trainer of elephants and cows and horses and camels Mn.iii, 162
⋙ hastigiri
○giri m. the city and district of Kiñci (q.v.) L.
• N. of a mountain ( See comp.)
-campū f. -māhātmya n. ○rī7śa-maṅgalâśāsana n. N. of wks
⋙ hastigaurīvratodyāpanavidhi
○gaurīvratôdyāpana-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ hastighaṭa
○ghaṭa m. N. of the 7th book of the Śata-patha-Brāhmaṇa
⋙ hastighāta
○ghāta mfn. killing elephants Pāṇ. 3-2, 54 Sch.
⋙ hastighoṣā
○ghoṣā or f. a kind of Cucurbitaceous plant L.
⋙ hastighoṣātakī
○ghoṣātakī f. a kind of Cucurbitaceous plant L.
⋙ hastighna
○ghna mfn. able to kill elephants Pāṇ. 3-2, 54
⋙ hasticarma
○carma (Ved.) the skin of an elṭelephants Pāṇ. 5-4, 103
⋙ hasticāra
○cāra m. a kind of weapon (resembling a Śarabha and used for frightening elephants) L.
⋙ hasticārin
○cārin m. an elephants-driver Śiś.
• (iṇī), f. Galedupa Piscidia L.
⋙ hastijanaprakāśa
○jana-prakāśa m. N. of wk
⋙ hastijāgarika
○jāgarika m. a keeper of elṭelephants Hcar. Sch.
⋙ hastijihvā
○jihvā f. 'elephants-tongue', a partic. vein Cat.
⋙ hastijīvin
○jīvin m. an elephants-driver Hariv.
⋙ hastidanta
○danta m. the tusk of an elṭelephants ( hāstidanta)
• a pin or peg projecting from a wall MW.
• m. or n. a radish L.
• (ī), f. a radish Suśr.
• Tiaridium Indicum Car.
• n. ivory MW.
phalā f. Cucumis Utilissimus L.
-vastra-maya mf(ī)n. made of ivory or cloth Hcat.
⋙ hastidantaka
○dantaka mn. a radish L.
⋙ hastidāya
○dāya m. N. of a man ( See hāstidāyi)
⋙ hastidvayasa
○dvayasa mf(ī)n. as high or as big as an elephants Pāṇ. 5-2, 37 Sch.
⋙ hastinakha
○nakha m. 'elephant's nail', a sort of turret or raised mound of earth or masonry protecting the access to the gate of a city or fort (deseribed as furnished with an inner staircase and with loopholes for discharging arrows &c.) Śiś.
⋙ hastināga
○nāga m. a princely elephants Divyâv.
⋙ hastināyaka
○nāyaka m. N. of a man Buddh.
⋙ hastināsā
○nāsā f. an elephant's trunk L.
⋙ hastiniṣadana
○niṣadana n. a partic. posture in sitting Yogas. Sch.
⋙ hastipa
○pá m. an elephant-driver, elṭelephants-keeper VS. MBh. Hariv. Pur.
⋙ hastipaka
○paka m. id. Śiś. Hit. &c. N. of a poet Subh. [Page 1295, Column 3]
⋙ hastipattra
○pattra m. = -kanda L.
⋙ hastipada
○pada n. the track of an elṭelephants MBh.
• m. 'elephants-footed', N. of a serpent-demon ib.
⋙ hastiparṇikā
○parṇikā or f. Luffa Foetida or another species L.
⋙ hastiparṇinī
○parṇinī f. Luffa Foetida or another species L.
⋙ hastiparṇī
○parṇī f. N. of two plants (= karkaṭī or = moraṭā) ib.
⋙ hastipāda
○pāda mfn. elephants-footed Pāṇ. Vop.
⋙ hastipādikā
○pādikā f. a kind of medicinal plant L.
⋙ hastipāla
○pāla m. = next, Kath1s
• N. of a king Col. Buddh.
⋙ hastipālaka
○pālaka m. an elephant-keeper, elṭelephants-driver Kathās.
⋙ hastipiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ hastipippalī
○pippalī f. Scindapsus Officinalis Suśr. Car.
⋙ hastipūraṇī
○pūraṇī f. a kind of very small hogweed L.
⋙ hastipṛṣṭhaka
○pṛṣṭhaka n. the back of an elṭelephants MW.
• N. of a village R.
⋙ hastibandha
○bandha m. a place for entrapping elṭelephants, Vāś
⋙ hastibhadra
○bhadra m. N. of a serpentdemon MBh. Hariv.
⋙ hastimakara
○makara m. a sea-monster shaped like an elephants L.
⋙ hastimat
○mat mfn. provided with elṭelephants Pat.
⋙ hastimada
○mada m. the exudation from an elṭelephants's temples L.
⋙ hastimalla
○malla m. N. of Airāvata (Indra's elṭelephants) Śiś.
• of Gaṇêa L.
• of Śaṅkha (the 8th of the chief Nāgas or serpents of Patala) W.
• a heap of ashes ib.
• a shower of dust ib.
• frost, cold ib.
-sena m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hastimātra
○mātra mfn. as great as an elṭelephants MW.
⋙ hastimāyā
○māyā f. N. of a charm Hariv.
⋙ hastimukha
○mukha m. 'elephant-faced', N. of Gaṇêśa L.
• of a Rākshasa R.
⋙ hastimṛḍitā
○mṛḍitā f. saṃjñāyām Pāṇ. 6-2, 146 Sch.
⋙ hastimeha
○meha m. a kind of diabetes (○hin mfn. = 'suffering from it') Car.
⋙ hastiyaśas
○yaśas n. the magnificence of an elṭelephants PārGṛ.
○śasi-hasti-varcasin (?), mfn. having an elephant's mṭmagnificence and splendour, Hir
⋙ hastiyutha
○yutha n. a herd of elephants MBh.
⋙ hastiratha
○ratha n. sg. elephants and chariots ib.
-dāna n. N. of the 13th Pariśishṭa of the AV.
⋙ hastirāja
○rāja m. a powerful elephants Śiś.
• the chief of a herd of elephants Hit.
⋙ hastiruci
○ruci m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hastirodhraka
○rodhraka m. Symplocos Racemosa L.
⋙ hastirohaṇaka
○rohaṇaka m. Galedupa Piscidia ib.
⋙ hastilodhraka
○lodhraka m. Symplocos Racemosa ib.
⋙ hastivaktra
○vaktra m. 'elephants-faced', N. of Gaṇêśa Daś.
⋙ hastivadha
○vadha m. the killing of an elṭelephants (esp. by a lion, which incurs the guilt of murder, whilst others carry off the spoils, such as the tusks and the pearls said to be found in the head) MW.
⋙ hastivarcasa
○varcasá n. the vigour of an elṭelephants AV.
• the magnificence of an elephants MW.
⋙ hastivarman
○varman m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ hastivātiṅgaṇa
○vātiṅgaṇa m. Solanum Melougena L.
⋙ hastivānara
○vānara mfn. (a battle) in which elṭelephants and monkeys take or took part R.
⋙ hastivāha
○vāha m. an elephant-driver MW.
• a hook for driving elephants L.
⋙ hastiviṣāṇī
○viṣāṇī f. Musa Sapientum ib.
⋙ hastivaidyaka
○vaidyaka n. the art of healing elṭelephants (as N. of wk.)
-kāra m. the composer of such a wk
⋙ hastiśālā
○śālā f. an elephants-stable MBh. Kathās.
• N. of a place Rājat. (could be also -śāla)
⋙ hastiśikṣaka
○śikṣaka m. a breaker in or trainer of elephants MBh.
⋙ hastiśikṣā
○śikṣā f. the art of training elṭelephants R. Mṛicch. Kād.
⋙ hastiśiras
○śiras m. N. of a man ( See hāstiśīrṣi)
⋙ hastiśuṇḍa
○śuṇḍa m. an elephants's trunk MW.
• (ā), f. id. ib.
• Heliotropium Indicum L.
• (ī), f. id. ib.
• colocynth Npr.
⋙ hastiśyāmāka
○śyāmāka m. a kind of millet Car.
⋙ hastiṣaḍgava
○ṣaḍgava n. a yoke or collection of 6 elephants MBh.
⋙ hastisūtra
○sūtra n. a Sūtra. treating of elephants ib.
⋙ hastisena
○sena m. N. of a king Śatr.
⋙ hastisomā
○somā f. N. of a river MBh.
⋙ hastisnāna
○snāna n. the washing of an elṭelephants Hit.
⋙ hastihasta
○hasta m. an elephant's trunk MBh.
parāmṛṣṭa mf(ā)n. seized or struck by the trunk of an elṭelephants ib.
≫ hastika
hastika n. a multitude of elephants (or m. 'an elephant') MBh. ix, 2839 (B.)
• m. a toy-elephant, Jātakani
• a turn-spit (vḷ. for hastaka) Hcar.
≫ hastin
hastin mfn. having hands, clever or dexterous with the hands RV. AV.
• (with mṛga, 'the animal with a hands i.e. with a trunk', an elephant
• cf. dantah○) ib.
• having (or sitting on) an elephant MārkP.
• m. an elephant (four kinds of elephant are enumerated
• See bhadra, mandra, mṛga, miśtra
• some give kiliñja-h○', a straw elephant', 'effigy of an elephant made of grass') AV. &c. &c
• (ifc.) the chief or best of its kind, g. vyāghrâdi
• a kind of plant (= aja-modā) L.
• N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh.
• of a son of Suhotri, (a prince of the Lunar race, described as founder of Hastina-pura) ib. VP.
• of a son of Bṛihat-kshatra BhP.
• of a son of Kuru Śatr.
• (ínī), f. a female elephant AV. &c. &c
• a kind of drug and perfume (= haṭṭa-vilāsinī) L.
• a woman of a partic. class (one of the 4 classes into which women are divided, described as having thick lips, thick hips, thick fingers, large breasts, dark complexion, and strong sexual passion) Siṃhâs.
• N. of Hastinā-pura L.
≫ hastināpura
hastinā-pura n. (less correctly hastina-p○ or hastinī.) N. of a city founded by king Hastin, q.v. (it was situated about fifty-seven miles north-east of the modern Delhi on the banks of an old channel of the Ganges, and was the capital of the kings of the Lunar line, as Ayodhyā was of the Solar dynasty
• hence it forms a central scene of action in the Mahābhārata [Page 1296, Column 1]
• here Yudhi-shṭhira was crowned after a triumphal progress through the streets of the city
• See MBh. xii, 1386-1410: other names for this celebrated town are gajâhvaya, nāga-sâhvaya, nāgâhva, hāctina) MBh. Hariv. Pur. &c
≫ hastīkṛ
hastī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to hand over, deliver, Mālatim
≫ hastīna
hastīna See antar-h○, p. 43. col. 3
≫ haste
haste (loc. of hasta), in comp
⋙ hastekaraṇa
○karaṇa n. taking (the bride's) hand, marrying L. root
⋙ hastekṛ
○kṛ P. -karoti, to take in hand, take possession of. make one's own MW.
⋙ hastegṛhya
○gṛhya ind. (= hasta-gr○) mayūra-vyaṃsakâdi
⋙ hastebandha
○bandha m. = hasta-b○ Pāṇ. 6-3, 13 Sch.
≫ hasty
hasty (before vowels), in comp. for hasti
⋙ hastyadhyakṣa
○adhyakṣa m. a superintendent of elephants MW.
⋙ hastyaśanā
○aśanā f. Boswellia Serrata or Thurifera L.
⋙ hastyaśva
○aśva n. sg. elephants and horses R. VarBṛS.
-dīkṣā f. N. of the 16th and 17th Pariśishṭas of the AV.
-ratha-ghoṣa m. the sound of chariots (and) horses (and) elephants Ml.
-ratha-sanbādha mfn. crowded with carriages (and) horses (and) elephants R.
v"ṣâroha-bandhaka m. pl, elephants-riders (and) horsemen (and) their servants ib.,
⋙ hastyājīva
○ājīva m. an elephants-driver MBh.
⋙ hastyāyurveda
○āyurveda m. a work on the treatment of elephants diseases Cat.
⋙ hastyāroha
○āroha m. an elephants-rider, elṭelephants-driver MBh. VarBṛS. &c
⋙ hastyāluka
○āluka n. a kind of large bulbous plant Suśr.
⋙ hastyṛṣabha
○ṛṣabha mfn. accompanied by an elephant-like bull (as cows) ŚBr.
≫ hastya
hástya mf(ā)n. being on the hand (as the fingers) TS. Br.
• prepared with the hand RV.
• held in the hand TBr.
≫ hāsta
hāsta mfn. formed with the hands (with mukūla n. = añjali) Nalôd.
≫ hāstāyana
hāstāyana mfn. (fr. hasta), g. pakṣâdi
≫ hāstika
hāstika mfn. consisting of elephants Ratnâv.
• m. an elephants-rider, elephants-driver &c. W.
• n. a multitude of elephants MBh. ix, 2839 (B. hastika) Pāṇ. 4-2, 47
• a multitude of female elephants Pāṇ. 6-3, 35 Vārtt. 11 Pat.
≫ hāstikarṣūka
hāstikarṣūka mf(ā or ī)n. (fr. hasti-karṣū), g. kāśy-ādi
≫ hāstidanta
hāstidanta mfn. (fr. hasti-d○) consisting or made of ivory Kauś.
≫ hāstidāyi
hāstidāyi m. patr. fr. hasti-d○ Pravar.
≫ hāstina
hāstina mfn. belonging to an elephant AV.
• having the depth of an elephant (as water) Daś.
• n. = next L.
⋙ hāstinapura
○pura n. = hastinā-pura (-tva n.) MBh. R. &c
≫ hāstināyana
hāstināyana mfn. (fr. hastin), g. pakṣâdi
• m. a patr., g. naḍâdi
≫ hāstipada
hāstipada m. (fr. hasti-p○) N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-3, 132
• mfn. relating or belonging to Hasti-pada ib.
≫ hāstiśīrṣi
hāstiśīrṣi m. patr. fr. hasti-śiras Pāṇ. 6-1, 62, Vartt. 3 Pat.
hasra See p. 1294, col. 2
hahala n. a sort of deadly poison (cf. halāhala) L.
hahava n. a partic. hell (cf. hāhava) Buddh.
hahā 1
hahā ind. an exclamation (= 'alas!' in hahā dhik), Ratnâv.
hahā 2
hahā m. N. of a Gandharva (m. c. for hāhā) MBh. R.
hahāla m. pl. N. of the Caidya country L.
hahāhā ind.= 1. hahā Sāh.
hahe ind., g. câdi
hā 1
ind. an exclamation expressive of pain, anger, astonishment, satisfaction &c. (= ah! alas! oh! ha! often before or after a voc. case, also repeated hā-hā, 1. hahā above, or followed by other particles, esp. dhik, hanta, kaṣṭam &c.) MBh. Kāv.&c,
⋙ hākaṣṭaśabda
○kaṣṭa-śabda m. the exclamation hā kaṣṭma n. Kād.
⋙ hākāra
○kāra m. the exclṭexclamation Śiś.
⋙ hāhākṛta
○hā-kṛta mfn. filled with cries Bcar.
⋙ hāhārava
○hā-rava or m. the exclamation hā hā Kathās.
⋙ hāhāśabda
○hā-śabda m. the exclamation hā hā Kathās.
hā 2
(not always separable fr. √3. ), cl. 3. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxv, 7) jíhīte (p. jíhāna q.v.
• pf. jahiré AV.
• aor. ahāsta RV. &c
• fut. hātā Gr
hāsyate Br. MBh.
• inf. -hātum ib.
• ind. p. hātvā Gr
-hā́ya RV.), to start or spring forward, bound away, give way to (dat.) RV.
• to spring or leap upon (?) RV. x, 49, 5
• to go or depart or betake one's self to have recourse to (acc.) Nalôd. [Page 1296, Column 2]
• to fall or come into any state Kir.: Pass. hāyate (aor. ahāyi), Gr.: Caus. hāpayati (aor. ajīhapat) ib.: Desid. jihāsate ib.: Intens. jahāyate, jāhāti, jāheti ib.
≫ jihāna
jíhāna mfn. bounding forward (as a horse) RV.
• flying (as an arrow) Kir.
≫ hāna 1
hāna mfn. gone or departed &c. (in sáṃhāna, 'risen') VS.
≫ hāyas
hāyas See ví- and sárva-hāyas
≫ heya 1
heya mfn. (for 2. See p. 1297, col. 1) to be gone &c. MW.
hā 3
cl. 3. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxv, 8) jáhāti (rarely cl. 1. jahati 3. du. jahltaḥ Impv. jahíhi For jahāhi Pāṇ. 6-4, 117]
jahītāt AV.
• Pot. jahyāt AV. &c
• pf. jahau, jahúḥ RV. &c
jahe Br.
• aor. ahāt ib. &c
ahāsīt Gr
• 3. sg. ahās RV.
áhāsi AV.
hāsiṣṭa ib.,
• fut. hātā Gr
hāsyati, ○te AV. &c, jahiṣyati MBh. &c
• inf. hātum ib.
• ind. p. hitvā́. q.v. RV. &c
hitvií ○tvā́ya RV.
-hītvā Gr
-hā́ya Br., hī́yam TS.), to leave, abandon, desert, quit, forsake, relinquish (with śarīram, deham, prâṇān, asūn, jvitam &c. -' to die') RV. &c, &c
• to discharge, emit ib.
• to put away, take off, remove, lay aside, give up, renounce, resign, avoid, shun, abstain or refrain from Mn. MBh. &c
• to disregard, neglect ib.
• to lose, be deprived of. R. Kām.
• to get rid of. escape from Up. MBh. &c
• to cause to emit (with śardham, 'to cause to break wind') Vop.: Pass. hīyáte or hī́yate (ep. also hīyati
• aor. ahāyi), to be left or abandoned or deserted &c
• to be left behind, fall short of (abl.) RV. &c. &c
• to be excluded from or bereft of (abl. or instr
• with prâṇaiḥ, 'to die')
KaṭhUp. Mn. MBh. &c
• to be overtaken by (instr.) MBh.
• to be deficient or wanting, suffer loss or injury, fail (also in a lawsuit), decrease, wane, decline, come to an end ChUp. Mn. MBh. &c
• to weigh less (at the ordeal of the balance) Yājñ. Sch.
• to be given up or avoided Bhartṛ. (vḷ.)
• to be subtracted VarBṛS.
• to become detached from (with abl. or instr.), fall out (as hair) BhP.: Caus. hāpayati (m. c. also ○te aor. ajīhapat
-jīhipaḥ RV.), to cause to leave or abandon &c
• to omit, neglect Mn. MBh. &c
• to fall short of. be wanting in (acc.) MBh. Cāṇ.
• to give up (asūn, 'life') Hariv.
• to lose (kālam, 'time') Kām.
• to abandon (pratijñām, 'a thesis') Jātakam.: Desid. jihāsati, to wish to leave or abandon Daś. BhP. HPariś.
• to wish to reject or disdain Prab.
• to wish to escape Sarvad.: Intens. jehīyate, jāhāti, jāheti Gr
≫ jahita
jahitá mfn. rejected, forsaken, forlorn RV. ĀpŚr.
≫ ha
ha See 5. ha, p. 1286, col. 1
≫ hāta
hāta mfn. given up, abandoned BhP.
⋙ hātavat
○vat mfn. abandoned by, deprived of (acc.) Kām. (vḷ.)
≫ hātavya
hātavya mfn. to be abandoned or left, relinquishable Mn. MBh. &c
• to be left behind i.e. overtaken MBh.
≫ hātu
hātu m. or f. death L.
• a road L.
≫ hāna 2
hāna n. the act of abandoning, relinquishing, giving up, escaping, getting rid of Gaut. Śaṃk. Sarvad.
• want, lack Kap.
• cessation ib. Bhartṛ. (vḷ.)
≫ hāni
hāni f. (accord. to some fr. √han) abandonment, relinquishment Kuval.
• taking off, laying aside (ornaments) Subh.
• decrease, diminution MBh. Kāv. &c
• deprivation of (abl.) Gaut.
• damage, loss, failure (also in a lawsuit), ruin Yājñ. MBh. &c
• insufficiency, deficit, a minus ĀśvGṛ. MBh. cessation, disappearance, non-existence Kāv. Kathās. &c
⋙ hānikara
○kara mfn. injurious, detrimental Pañcat.
• causing to disappear Śiś.
⋙ hānikṛt
○kṛt mfn. causing loss, prejudicial, destructive Kathās.
≫ hānīya
hānīya mfn. = hātavya MW.
≫ hāpana
hāpana n. (fr. Caus.) the act of causing to quit or abandon &c
• diminution Suśr.
≫ hāpita
hāpita mfn. (fr. id.) caused to be left or abandoned &c
• injured (as a deposit) Yājñ.
• deprived of (instr.) BhP.
≫ hāyaka
hāyaka mfn. giving up, abandoning MBh.
≫ hāyana 1
hāyana mf(ā or ī)n. (for 2. See p. 1297, col. 1) quitting, leaving MW.
• passing away ib.
≫ hāyin
hāyin mfn. leaving, abandoning, neglecting ib.
≫ hāsas
hāsas m. the moon Uṇ. iv, 220 Sch.
≫ hitvā
hitvā ind. having left or abandoned &c
• letting alone, slighting, disregarding R. Kathās.
• excepting, with the exception of (acc.) VarBṛS.
≫ hīna
hīná mfn. left, abandoned, for saken RV.
• left behind, excluded or shut out from, lower or weaker than, inferior to (abl.) Mn. MBh. &c. [Page 1296, Column 3]
• left out, wanting, omitted MBh.
• defeated or worsted (in a lawsuit) Yājñ.
• deficient, defective, faulty, insufficient, short, incomplete, poor, little, low, vile, bad, base, mean ŚBr. &c. &c
• bereft or deprived of, free from, devoid or destitute of, without (instr., abl., loc., acc., or comp
prâṇair hīnaḥ, 'bereft of breath or life'
mantrād or mantrato h○, 'devoid of sacred knowledge') MuṇḍUp. KātyŚr. Mn. MBh. &c
• lost or strayed from (a caravan) Pāṇ. i, 4, 23 Kāś.
• brought low, broken down in circumstances ŚrS.
• m. a faulty or defective witness (of five kinds, viz. anya-vādin, kriyā-dveṣin, nôpasthāyin, nir-uttara, āhūsa-prapalâyin) Yājñ. Sch.
• subtraction (= = vyavakalana) MW.
• Mesua Ferrea L.
• (ā), f. a female mouse (wṛ. for dīna) L.
• (am), n. deficiency, want, absence (velā-hīne 'before the right time', unseasonably') VarBṛS. Yājñ.
⋙ hīnakarman
○karman mfn. engaged in low Practices, neglecting or omitting customary rites or religious acts Gaut. Mn. MBh.
⋙ hīnakula
○kula mfn. of low family, base-born, plebeian (-tva n.) MW.
⋙ hīnakuṣṭa
○kuṣṭa n. (prob.) = kṣudra-k○ Cat.
⋙ hīnakośa
○kośa mfn. having an empty treasury MBh.
⋙ hīnakratu
○kratu mfn. one who neglects to sacrifice Mn. xi, 12
⋙ hīnakrama
○krama m. diminishing series or order of succession Suśr.
⋙ hīnakriya
○kriya mfn. = -karman Mn. iii, 7
⋙ hīnaguṇa
○guṇa mfn. of inferior virtue or merit R.
⋙ hīnacakṣus
○cakṣus mfn. one who has lost an eye or whose sight is dimmed R.
⋙ hīnacarita
○carita n. (pl.) base or mean conduct, Śāntiś
⋙ hīnaja
○ja mfn. low-born MBh.
⋙ hīnajāti
○jāti mfn. of low caste, outcaste, degraded, vile Mn. iii, 15
⋙ hīnatara
○tara mfn. worse, inferior MuṇḍUp.
⋙ hīnatarpita
○tarpita mfn. insufficiently satiated ŚārṅgP.
⋙ hīnatas
○tas ind.= hīnena or hīnāt MBh.
• of less value Vas.
⋙ hīnatā
○tā f
⋙ hīnatva
○tva n. defectivenese, deprivation, destitution, the state of being without, want or absence of (instr. or comp.) Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ hīnadagdha
○dagdha mfn. insufficienty burned or cauterized Suśr.
⋙ hīnadarśanasāmarthya
○darśana-sāmarthya mfn. destitute of the power of seeing, blind Rājat.
⋙ hīnadīnānukampaka
○dīnânukampaka mfn. feeling compassion for the wretched and miserable Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ hīnanāyaka
○nāyaka mfn. having a low or base hero (said of a drama) MW.
⋙ hīnapakṣa
○pakṣa mf(ā)n. unprotected Yājñ. Sch.
⋙ hīnapratijña
○pratijña mfn. faithless Hariv.
⋙ hīnabalhu
○balhu mfn. deficient in strength, weak, feeble Pañcat.
⋙ hīnabāhu
○bāhu m. N. of one of Śiva's attendants L.
⋙ hīnabuddhi
○buddhi mfn. of weak understanding R.
⋙ hīnamūlya
○mūlya n. a low price Yājñ.
⋙ hīnayāna
○yāna n. 'simpler or lesser vehicle', N. of the earliest system of Buddhist doctrine (opp. to mahāyāna
• See yāna)
⋙ hīnayoni
○yoni m. or f. an inferior womb, low birth or origin MW.
⋙ hīnarātra
○rātra mf(ā)n. having shorter nights Gaut.
⋙ hīnarūpa
○rūpa mf(ā)n. deficient in form or beauty R.
⋙ hīnaroman
○roman mfn. deprived of hair, bald MBh.
⋙ hīnavarga
○varga (Jātak.),
⋙ hīnavarṇa
○varṇa (cf. Hit.), mfn. of low caste, outcaste
⋙ hīnavāda
○vāda m. defective statement, insufficient or contradictory evidence, prevarication W.
⋙ hīnavādin
○vādin mfn. defeated or worsted (in a lawsuit) Pañcat.
• making a defective statement, insufficient or inadmissible (as a witness
• See hīna above) W.
• contradictory, prevaricating ib.
• destitute of speech, speechless, dumb ib.
⋙ hīnavīrya
○vīrya mfn. = -bala (-tva n.) R. Bhpr.
⋙ hīnavṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. of base conduct MBh.
⋙ hīnavyañjana
○vyañjana mfn. (speech) deficient or indistinct in its consonants R.
⋙ hīnasakhya
○sakhya n. making friends with low people L.
⋙ hīnasaṃdhi
○saṃdhi mfn. destitute cf peace or reconciliation W.
⋙ hīnasevā
○sevā f. attendance on base or low people Cāṇ. Hit.
⋙ hīnasvara
○svara mfn. defective in sound, soundless (-tā f.) Suśr.
⋙ hīnāṃśu
hīnâṃśu mfn. destitute of rays, dark Kāv.
⋙ hīnāṅga
hīnâṅga mf(ā or ī)n. defective in limb, crippled, lame, mutilated ṢaḍvBr. Mn. VarBṛS.
• incomplete in parts, imperfect KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ hīnātirikta
hīnâtirikta mfn. defective or excessive, too few or too many
-kāle ind. too late or too soon VarBṛS.
-gātra (cf. Mn.) or ○tâṅga (f. ī Yājñ.), mfn. having a limb too few or too many
⋙ hīnādhika
hīnâdhika mfn. smaller or greater than (abl.) VarBṛS.
• too little or too much
• (e), ind. too late or too soon ib.
-tā f. (cf. Kāvyâd.), -tva n. (cf. ib. Sch.) deficiency or excess
○kâṅga mf(ī)n. having too few or too many limbs VarBṛS.
⋙ hinānnavastraveṣa
hinânna-vastra-veṣa mfn. (a Brahma-cārin) eating less food (than his preceptor) and wearing an inferior dress Mn. ii, 194
⋙ hīnārtha
hīnârtha mfn. one who has fallen short of his object or lost his advantage MBh.
⋙ hīnodgata
hīnôdgata mfn. insufficiently emerged or come forth Suśr.
⋙ hinopamā
hinôpamā f. comparison with something inferior, Śamkar. Pratāp.
≫ hīnaka
hīnaka mfn. deprived of ( See kara-saṃdaṃśah○, add) [Page 1297, Column 1]
≫ hīnita
hīnita mfn. deprived of one's own MBh. i, 3558 ; iv, 226 (conj.)
• separated from (comp.) Hariv.
• subtracted (= vy-avakalita) L.
≫ hīyamāna
hīyamāna mfn. being left or deserted &c
• weaker, inferior MBh.
• being lost MW.
• sinking, giving in ib.
≫ heya 2
heya mfn. (for 1. and 3. See p. 1296 and 1304) to be left or quitted or abandoned or rejected or avoided (-tva n.) Kāv. Kathās. &c
• to be subtracted L.
hāi-kāra m. the exclamation hāi Lāṭy.
hāu-kāra m. the exclamation hāu Lāṭy.
hāuyavadāra-sṛt and hāuhuvaivā-sāman n. N. of Sāmans, IndSt
hāṃsa mfn. (fr. haṃsa) relating to a goose or swan Car.
≫ hāṃsakāyana
hāṃsakāyana mfn. (fr. haṃsaka), g. pakṣ^ādit
• m. a patr., g. naḍâdi
hākinī f. t, partic. female demon (cf. ḍākinī and śākinī) Tantras.
hāṅgyara m. a large fish, shark L.
hājya-khūna m. N. of n. Khan Cat.
hāṭa See karahāṭa, p. 255, col. 1
hāṭaka m. (said to be fr. √haṭ
• perhaps connected with hiraṇya) N. of a country and people MBh.
• a partic. magical drink BhP.
• (ī), f. N. of a river in she lower world BhP.
• n. 'found in Hātaka', gold MBh. Kāv. &c
• mf(i)n. = next Śiś.
⋙ hāṭakamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. golden, made of gold Hcar.
⋙ hāṭakeśa
hāṭakêśa or m. N. of a form of Śiva (worshipped on the banks of the Godāvarī) Kathās.
⋙ hāṭakāsāna
hāṭaḍkâsāna m. N. of a form of Śiva (worshipped on the banks of the Godāvarī) Kathās.
⋙ hāṭakeśvara
hāṭakêśvara m. id ib. Pur.
• n. a partic. incantation Rājat.
-māhāśmya n. N. of wk
≫ hāṭakīya
hāṭakīya mfn. made or consisting of gold Alaṃkāraś.
hāḍi m. N. of a man Rājat.
• (ī), f. a kind of written character Jaim.
⋙ hāḍigrāma
○grāma m. N. of a village Rājat.
≫ hāḍikā
hāḍikā f. an earthen pot (cf. haṇḍikā) Kathârṇ.
hāta hātavya, hātu, See p. 1296, col. 2
hā-tkṛta n. uttering the sound hāt L.
hātra (?), n. wages, hire L.
• = (or wṛ. for) hāntra L.
hāna hāni &c. See p. 1296, col. 2
hānavya hānu, See p. 1288, col. 2
hānuka hāntra, See p. 1288, col. 1
hāndaṇa N. of a place Cat.
hāpana hāpita See p. 1296, col. 2
hāputrī f. a kind of wagtail L.
≫ hāputrikā
hāputrikā f. id. W.
hāphikā f. gaping, yawning L.
hāmi-grāma m. N. of a village Rājat.
hāmpha (?) Pañcad.
hāmbīri f. (in music) a kind of Ragi ṇi (cf. naṭṭa-hambīrā) Saṃgīt.
hāyaka hāyin, See p. 1296, col. 2
hāyati m. N. of a man Saṃskārak.
hāyana 2
hāyaná m. n. (accord. to native authorities fr. √1. or 2.
• but cf. hayana) a year (ifc. f. ī, and accord. to Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 27 also ā) AV. &c. &c
• m. a sort of red rice (pl. its grains) MaitrS. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
• a flame, ray L.
• (i), f. a year AV. xii, 1, 36
• mfn. lasting a year or returning every year (applied to Takman, q.v.) AV.
⋙ hāyanagran
⋙ hāyanatha
○tha m
⋙ hāyanaphala
○phala n
⋙ hāyanaratna
○ratna n
⋙ hāyanasindhu
○sindhu m
⋙ hāyanasundara
○sundara and m. or n. N. of wks
⋙ hāyanasunettama
○suḍnêttama m. or n. N. of wks
≫ hāyanaka
hāyanaka m. a kind of red rice Car.
hāyi ind. an exclamation used in chanting a Sāman (cf. hāī) MBh.
⋙ hāyikāra
○kāra m. the exclamation hāyas Lāṭy. [Page 1297, Column 2]
⋙ hāyīśabda
hāyī-śabda m. id. Nyāyam. Sch.
hāra hāraka, hārin &c. See p. 1289, cols. 2 and 3
hārayu N. of a place Cat.
hārava m. N. of an inhabitant of hell L.
hārāyaṇa n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr.
hārika hāriṇa, hārita, hāridra &c. See p. 1292, col. 1
hārisa m. or n. a partic. high number Buddh.
hārga (?), m. (said to lie fr. √1. hṛ) satisfaction L.
hārd (fr. and = hṛd). See dur- and su-hā́rd
≫ hādr
hā́dr mfn. relating to or being in the heart Suparṇ. Śaṃk. BhP.
• (am), n. love, kindness, affection for (loc. or comp.) MBh. R. &c
• meaning, intention, purpose BhP.
⋙ hādrvat
○vat mfn. feeling affection for (loc.) MārkP.
⋙ hādrvidyā
○vidyā f. N. of wk
≫ hārdi
hā́rdi m. the heart AV.
• contentment, ease, comfort VarBṛS.
• n. the heart or interior of the body (also applied to the intestines) RV.
≫ hārdikā
hārdikā See yama-h○
≫ hārdikya
hārdikya m. patr. of Kṛita-varman MBh. Hariv.
• friendship R.
≫ hārdin
hārdin mfn. feeling affection for (loc.) MārkP.
≫ hārdivan
hārdivan (cf. TĀr.) or (vS.), mfn. hearty, cordial, having an affection for (loc.)
⋙ hārdvan
hārdvan (vS.), mfn. hearty, cordial, having an affection for (loc.)
hārmyá n. v. l. for harmyá TĀr.
hārya See p. 1289, col. 3
hārṣṭeya hārṣṇi, See p. 1293, col. 1
hāla hālaka, hālika &c. See p. 1293, cols. 1 and 2
hālahala hālāhala, hāhala &c. Sea p. 1293, col. 2
hāvaka hāvanīya, hāvin &c. See p. 1294, cols. 1 and 2
hāvu ind. an exclamation of joy (used in chanting a Sāman) TUp.
hāsa hāsya, See p. 1294, cols. 2 and 3
hāsta hāstika, hāstina, See p. 1296, col. 1
hāhav s, m. a kind of hell (cf hahava) Kāraṇḍ.
hāhas m. a Gandharva L.
≫ hāhā
hāhā m. (for hā hā See under 1. , p. 1296, col, 1) a Gandharva or N. of a Gandharva ŚrS. MBh. Hariv. &c
• a partic. high number, ten thousand billions (mahā-hāhā, 'a hundred thousand billions') MW.
hi 1
hi i (cf. √hay), cl. 5. P. (Dhātup., xxvii, 11) hinóti (Ved. also hinuté, hínvati and hinváti, ○te
• p. hinvāná with aet. and pass. sense RV.
háyat RV. TS. ; 1: sg. hiṣe RV.
• pf. jighāya, jighyuḥ Br. &c
jighye with pass. sense Bhaṭṭ.
• aor. áhema áhema, ahyan, heta p. hiyāná with pass. sense RV.
ahyam [?], áhait AV.
ahaiṣīt Br.
aheṣata RV.
• fut. hetā Gr
heṣyati MBh. &c
• inf. -hyé RV.), to send forth set in motion, impel, urge on, hasten on (Ā. also intrans.) RV. AV. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
• to stimulate or incite to (dat.) RV.
• to assist or help to (dat.) ib.
• to discharge, b, hurl, cast, shoot RV.
• to convey, bring, procure ib. ŚBr.
• to forsake, abandon, get rid of Bhaṭṭ.
• (hinvati), to gladden, delight Dhātup. xv, 82: Pass. hīyate (aor. ahāyi), Gr.: Caus. hāyuyati (aor. ajīhayat) ib.: Desid. of Caus. jihāpayiṣati ib.: Desid. jighīṣati ib.: Inteus. jeghīyate, jeghayīti, jegheti ib.
≫ haya
⋙ hayana
hayana &c. See p. 1288, cols. 2, 3
≫ hita 1
hitá mfn. (for 2. See p. 1298, col. 2) sent, impelled, urged on, set in motion &c
• going, running, speeding RV. AV. [Page 1297, Column 3]
≫ hiti
hiti f. sending, errand, direction ( See asmé- and devá-h○)
≫ hitvan
hítvan mfn. speedy, swift RV.
≫ hinva
hinvá m. 'Inciter', N. of Indra's father (prīṇayitri Sāy.) RV.
≫ hinvāna
⋙ hiyāna
hiyāná See √, col. 2
≫ hti
⋙ hetu
hetú &c. See p. 1303, col. 3
hi 2
ind. (used as a particle [cf. ha and gha] and usually denoting) for, because, on account of (never standing first in a sentence, but generally after the first word and used enclitically, sometimes after pronouns
• e.g. sárvo hí pṛ́tanā jigīṣati, 'for everybody wishes to win battles'
bkavān hi pramāṇam, 'for your honour is the authority'
tahā hi, 'for example', 'accordingly'
ná hí or nahī́', for not', 'not at all') RV. &c. &c
• just, pray, do (with an Impv. or Pot. emphatically
• sometimes with Indic., e. g. pasyāmo hi, 'we will just see') ib.
• indeed, assuredly, surely, of course, certainly (hí vaí, 'most assuredly'
hi-tu or hi-punar, 'indeed-but'
• often a mere expletive, esp. to avoid a hiatus, sometimes repeated in the same sentence
hi is also said to be an interjection of 'envy', 'contempt', 'hurry' &c.) ib.
≫ hina
hiná ind. for, because (= 2. ) RV. vi, 48, 2
hiṃs 1
hiṃs (orig. Desid. of √han), cl. 1. 7. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxix, 19
• xxxiv, 23) hiṃsati, hinásti (Ved. and ep. also Ā. hiṃsate, híṃste
• 2. sg. hiṃsi for hinassi MBh. iii, 13269
• pf. jihiṃsa, ○simá, jīhiṃsīh AV.
• aor. ahiṃsīt, hiṃsīt RV. &c
• fut. hiṃsita Gr
hiṃsiṣyati, ○te Br. &c
• inf. hiṃsitum [Ved. also híesitoḥ] ib.
• ind. p. hiṃsitvā́ AV. Br.
-hiṃsya MBh.), to injure, harm, wound, kill, destroy RV. &c. &c.: Pass. hiṃsyate (aor. ahiṃsi), to be injured or killed RV. (in á-hiṃsyamāna) &c.: Caus, or cl. so. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxxiv, 23) hiṃsayati (aor. ajihiṃsat), to injure, harm, kill, slay MBh.: Desid. jíhiṃsiṣati, to wish to injure &c. ŚBr.: Intens, jehiṃsyate, jehiṃsti Gr
≫ hiṃs 2
hiṃs mfn. injuring, striking ( See su-hiṃs)
≫ hiṃsa
híṃsa mfn. injuring, injurious, mischievous, hostile RV.
• (ā), f. See below
≫ hiṃsaka
hiṃsaka mfn. = prec. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• tn. (only L.) a noxious animal, beast of prey
• an enemy
• a Brāhman skilled in the magical texts of the Atharva-veda (cf. hiṃsā-karman)
≫ hiṃsana
hiṃsana m. an enemy L.
• n. the act of hurting, injuring, killing, slaying Mn. MBh. &c
≫ hiṃsanīya
hiṃsanīya mfn. to be hurt or injured MBh.
• to be killed (as cattle) Kull. on Mn. v, 41
≫ hiṃsā
hiṃsā f. injury, harm (to life or property), hurt, mischief, wrong (said to be of three kinds, 1. mental as 'bearing malice'
• 2. verbal, as' abusive language
• 3. personal, as 'acts of violence') Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• Injury or Mischief personified (as the wife of Adharnia and daughter of Lobha and Nishkṛiti) Pur.
• Asteracantha Longifolia L.
⋙ hiṃsākarman
○karman n. any injurious or hostile act (esp. employment of magical spells and mystical texts such as those of the Atharva-veda for the injury of an enemy, q.v.) L.
⋙ hiṃsātmaka
○"ṣtmaka (hiṃsât○), mfn. intent on doing harm R.
⋙ hiṃsātman
○"ṣtman (hiṃsât○), mfn. id. Bcar.
⋙ hiṃsāprāṇin
○prâṇin m. a savage or noxious animal MW.
• (○ṇi) -pracura mfn. abounding in noxious animal ib.
⋙ hiṃsāprāya
○prâya mfn. generally or for the most part injurious Mn. x, 83
⋙ hiṃsārata
○rata mfn. delighting in doing harm or mischief Mn. iv, 1 70
⋙ hiṃsāruci
○ruci mfn. id. (-tva n.) R.
⋙ hiṃsārthavāda
○"ṣrthavāda (hiṃsârth○), m
⋙ hiṃsālakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n
⋙ hiṃsāvāda
○vāda m. N. of wks
⋙ hiṃsāvihāra
○vihāra mfn. taking pleasure in mischief, roaming about to do harm MW.
⋙ hiṃsāsamudbhava
○samudbhava mfn. arising from injury (i.e. from the sin of hurting living creatures) ib.
≫ hiṃsāru
hiṃsāru m. a destructive animal, a tiger L.
≫ hiṃsālu
hiṃsālu mfn. mischievous, hurting, murderous W.
≫ hiṃsāluka
hiṃsāluka m. a mischievous animal, savage dog L.
≫ hiṃsita
hiṃsitá mfn. hurt, injured, wounded, killed, destroyed AV. &c. &c
• n. injury, harm Pañcat.
≫ hiṃsitavya
hiṃsitavyá mfn. to be harmed or injured AV.
≫ hiṃsitos
híṃsitos See under the √above
≫ hiṃsīna
hiṃsīna m. a savage animal, beast of prey L.
≫ hiṃsīra
hiṃsīra mfn. mischievous, destructive L.
• m. a tiger L.
≫ hiṃsya
hiṃsya mfn. to be hurt or injured or killed, Śā3khGṛ. Mn. MBh. &c
≫ hiṃsra
hiṃsrá mf(ā́)n. injurious, mischievous, hurtful, destructive, murderous, cruel, fierce, savage (ifc. 'acting injuriously towards') RV. &c. &c. [Page 1298, Column 1]
• m. a man who delights in injuring living creatures Mn. iii, 164
• a savage animal, beast of prey Ragh.
• N. of Śiva MBh.
• of Bhima-sena L.
• of a certain cruel Brāhman Hariv.
• (ā), f. a mischievous woman Mn. ix, 80
• N. of various plants (accord. to L., Nardottachys Jatamansi, Coix Barbata, = kākâdanī and elâvali) Suśr.
• fat L.
• a vein L.
• (am) n. cruelty Mn. i, 29
⋙ hiṃsrajantu
○jantu or m. a savage animal, beast of prey Kāv.
⋙ hiṃsrapaśu
○paśu m. a savage animal, beast of prey Kāv.
⋙ hiṃsrayantra
○yantra n. an implement for injuring or wounding, trap Yājñ.
• a mystical text used for injurious purposes MW.
⋙ hiṃsrātmatā
hiṃsrâtmatā f. malevolence Bcar.
⋙ hiṃsrāhiṃsra
hiṃsrâhiṃsra n. noxiousness and harmlessness Mn. i, 29
≫ hiṃsraka
hiṃsraka m. a savage animal, beast of prey L.
hika n. (with prajāpateḥ) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
hikk cl. 1. P. Ā. (Dhātup.xxi, 1) ik hikkati, ○te (Gr. also pf. jihikka, ○kke &c.), to hiccup (hiccough), sob, make a spasmodic sound in the throat Pat. VarBṛS. Suśr.: Caus. P. hikkayati (aor. ajihikkat), to cause to hiccup Suśr.
• (Ā.) hikkayate, ate, to injure, kill Dhātup. xxxiii, 12 (v. l. hikk for kiṣk)
≫ hikkā
hikkā f. hiccup (cf, hekkā), sob, a spasmodic sound in the throat Suśr. R. Hariv.
• an owl L.
⋙ hikkāśvāsin
○śvāsin mfn. = śvāsa-hikkin (q.v.) Car.
≫ hikkikā
hikkikā f. hiccup MBh.
• stertorous breathing KātyŚr. Sch.
≫ hikkita
hikkita n. hiccup, spasmodic catch and sound in the breath Pat.
≫ hikkin
hikkin mfn. suffering from hiccup, hiccupping Suśr.
hikkala (?), the staff of a Buddhist monk Buddh.
hikmat-prakāśa m. (fr. ?) N. of a med. wk. translated from the Arabic by Mahā-deva Paṇḍita
≫ hikmatpradīpa
hikmat-pradīpa m. N. of a med. wk. by the same author
hikvā f. wṛ. for hikkā above
híṅ ind. the lowing sound or cry made by a cow seeking her calf RV. i, 164, 28
⋙ hiṅkartṛ
○kartṛ́ m. one who makes the sound hin TS.
⋙ hiṅkāra
○kārá ṃ. the sound or cry hiṅ (used also in ritual) VS. Br. ŚrS.
• a tiger (as making a lowing or roaring sound) L. -√kṛ P. -karoti (ind. p. -kṛśya
• p.p. -krita), to make the sound hiṅ RV. AV. Br. Śiś.
⋙ hiṅkriyā
○kriyā f. making the sound hiṅ, a lowing cry Harav.
hiṅga m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
hiṅgalācī f. N. of a Yakshiṇī Buddh.
hiṅgu m. Ferula Asa Foetida Buddh. BhP.
• n. a fluid or resinous substance prepared from the roots of the Asa Foitida (used as a medicine or for seasoning) MBh. Hariv. Suśr. &c
⋙ hiṅgunāḍika
○nāḍika f. the resin of Gardenia Gunimifera (cf. nāḍī-hiṅgu) L.
⋙ hiṅguniryāsa
○niryāsa m. the fluid extracted from Asa Foetida ( See above) L.
• the Nimba tree L.
⋙ hiṅgupattra
○pattra m. the Iṅgudi tree L.
• (ī), f. = -parṇī L.
• (am), n. the leaf of the Asa Fostida L.
⋙ hiṅguparṇī
○parṇī f. Gasdenia Gummifera L.
⋙ hiṅgurāta
○rāta m. N. of a man Mudr.
⋙ hiṅguśirāṭikā
○śirāṭikā (prob. wṛ.) or f. a partic. plant (= vaṃśa-pattrī) Bhpr. Car.
⋙ hiṅguśivāṭikā
○śivāṭikā f. a partic. plant (= vaṃśa-pattrī) Bhpr. Car.
⋙ hiṅgūjjvalā
hiṅgū7jjvalā f. a kind of perfume Mṛicch.
≫ hiṅguka
hiṅguka m. the Asa Foetida plant MBh.
≫ hiṅgudī
hiṅgudī f. Solanum Melongena L.
≫ hiṅgula
hiṅgula m. n. a preparation of mercury with sulphur, vermilion VarBṛS.
• (ā), f. See below
• (ī), f. Solanum Melongena or some other species L.
≫ hiṅgulaka
hiṅgulaka (prob.) n. vermilion, cinnabar MBh. VarBṛS.
• (ikā), f. Solanum Jacquini L.
≫ hiṅgulā
hiṅgulā f. N. of a country VāmP.
• of the tutelary deity of the Dadhi-parṇas Cat.
⋙ hiṅgulājā
○jā f. N. of a goddess ib.
≫ hiṅguli
hiṅguli m. vermilion L.
≫ hiṅgulu
hiṅgulu (cf. L.) or (cf. VarBṛS.), m. n. id
⋙ hiṅguluka
hiṅguḍluka (cf. VarBṛS.), m. n. id
• (○lu), f. Solanum Melongena L.
≫ hiṅgūla
hiṅgūla m. a kind of plant (v. l. hijjala) Pañcar.
• n. the edible √of Amorphophallus Campanulatus L.
hiṅgolâṣṭaka n. N. of wk. [Page 1298, Column 2]
hijja m. the tree Barringtonia Acutangula (commonly called Hijjal) L.
≫ hijjala
hijjala m. the Hijjal tree Pañcar. (v. l.) L.
hiñjīra m. a rope or chain for fastening an elephant's foot L.
hiṭ vḷ. for √biṭ (q.v.)
hiḍimba m. N. of a gigantic Rākshasa slain by Bhīma MBh.
• (ā), f. See below
⋙ hiḍimbajit
○jit m. 'conqueror of Hiḍimba', Bhima L.
⋙ hiḍimbadviṣ
○dviṣ m. 'enemy of Hiḍimba', Bhīma Dhanaṃj.
⋙ hiḍimbanisūdana
○nisūdana and m. 'destroyer of Hiḍimba', Bhima ib.
⋙ hiḍimbabhid
○bhid m. 'destroyer of HṭHiḍimba', Bhima ib.
⋙ hiḍimbavadha
○vadha m. 'the killing of Hislimba', an episode of the Mahā-bhārata (i, 152-156)
≫ hiḍimbā
hiḍimbā f. Hiḍimba's sister (who changed herself into a beautiful woman and married Bhima
• he had a son by her named Ghaṭ5tkaca) MBh. Kām. BhP.
• the wife of Hanumat ( See comp.)
⋙ hiḍimbāpati
○pati or m. 'husband or lover of Hiḍmbā', N. of Bhima or of Hanumat L.
⋙ hiḍimbāramaṇa
○ramaṇa m. 'husband or lover of Hiḍmbā', N. of Bhima or of Hanumat L.
hiṇḍ cl. 1. 1A. (Dhātup. viii, 15) hiṇḍate (only impf. ahiṇḍanta and pf. jihiṇḍe), to go, move, wander or roam about (cf. ā- and pari√hiṇḍ)
• to disregard, slight Dhātup.
≫ hiṇḍaka
hiṇḍaka m. = nāḍī-taraṃga (cf. rata-h○) L.
≫ hiṇḍana
hiṇḍana n. (only L.) wandering, roaming
• sexual intercourse
• writing
≫ hiṇḍi
hiṇḍi (prob.) f. -rātrau rakṣā-cāra L.
≫ hiṇḍika
hiṇḍika m. an astrologer L.
≫ hiṇḍira
hiṇḍira m. = hiṇḍīra L.
≫ hiṇḍī
hiṇḍī f. N. of Durgā. L.
⋙ hiṇḍīkānta
○kānta or m. 'beloved by Durgā', N. of Śiva L.
⋙ priyatama
priyatama m. 'beloved by Durgā', N. of Śiva L.
≫ hiṇḍīra
hiṇḍīra m. cuttle-fish bone (supposed to be the congealed foam of the sea, = samudra-phena) Sāh.
• a man, male L.
• a tonic or stomachic (= rucaka) L.
• Solanum Melongena. L.
• n. the pomegranate L.
≫ hiṇḍuka
hiṇḍuka m. N. of Śiva MBh.
hita 2
hitá mf(ā́)n. (p.p. of √1. dhā, cf. dhita
• for 1. hita See p. 1297, col. 2) put, placed, set, laid, laid upon, imposed, lying or situated or contained in (loc.) RV. AV. Up.
• set up, established, fixed (as a prize) RV.
• planned, arranged (as a race or contest) ib.
• prepared, made ready ib.
• held, taken MW.
• assigned to, destined for (dat. or gen.) ib.
• reckoned among(loc) TS.
• constituted or appointed as (nom.) RV.
• given (as a name) AV.
• beneficial, advantageous, salutary, wholesome, suitable, agreeing with (of ten, said of diet, regimen, medicines &c.), convenient, suitable, fit, agreeable to or for (dat., gen., loc., or comp.) RV. &c.&c
• well-disposed, favourable, friendly, affectionate, kind Mn. MBh. &c
• m. a friend, benefactor ib.
• (ā́), f. a causeway, dike ( See hitā-bhaṅga)
• pl. N. of partic. veins or arteries ŚBr. KaushUp. Yājñ.
• (am), n. (sg. or pl.) anything useful or salutary or suitable or proper, benefit, advantage, profit, service, good, welfare, good advice &c. Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ hitakara
○kara mfn. doing a service, furthering the interests of (gen.), favourable, useful, a benefactor R. VarBṛS.
⋙ hitakāma
○kāma mfn. wishing well to, desirous of benefiting Pañcat. Hit.
⋙ hitakāmyā
○kāmyā f. (only in instr.) desire for another's (gen.) welfare Mn. MBh. Hariv. &c
⋙ hitakāraka
○kāraka mtn, = -kara Pañcat.
⋙ hitakārin
○kārin mfn. id. (○ri-tā, f
○ri-tva n.) Āpast. R. Rājat. &c
⋙ hitakṛt
mfn. id. VarBṛS. BhP. Kathās. &c
⋙ hitanāman
○nāman m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 6-4, 170 Vārtt.
⋙ hitapathya
○pathya mf(ā)n. useful and salutary Vās.
• = hitā (i.e. [prâptA)pathA] (i.e harītakī) yena ib.
⋙ hitapraṇī
○praṇī m. 'executing what is advantageous', a spy L.
⋙ hitaprayas
○prayas (hitá-), mfn. one who has offered an oblation of food or for whom an oblation has been offered RV.
⋙ hitapravṛtta
○pravṛtta mfn. intent on the welfare of (loc.) Bcar.
⋙ hitaprepsu
○prêpsu mfn. = -kāma Mn. v., 46
⋙ hitabuddhi
○buddhi f. friendly intention (○dhyā, 'with friendly intṭintention') R.
• mfn. friendly minded, well-disposed Hit.
⋙ hitamitra
○mitra m. a benevolent friend MW.
• (hitá-) mfn. having benṭbenevolent friends RV.
⋙ hitalālaśarman
○lāla-śarman (miśra-hita-l○), m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hitavacana
○vacana n. friendly advice, good counsel Hit.
⋙ hitavat
○vat mfn. favourable, useful Hit.
⋙ hitavākya
○vākya n. = -vacana Cat.
-sūtra n. N. of wk
⋙ hitavādin
○vādin mfn. speaking good counsel or friendly advice, a friendly counsellor or adviser, Jātakani
⋙ hitasutra
○sutra n. N. of wk
⋙ hitaharivaṃśa
○harivaṃśa or m. = hari-vaṃśa-gosv○ Cat.
⋙ hitaharivaṃśagosvāmin
○harivaṃśa-gosvāmin m. = hari-vaṃśa-gosv○ Cat.
⋙ hitahita
○hita m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ hitātman
hitâtman mfn. quite intent upon the welfare of (comp.) Bcar. [Page 1298, Column 3]
⋙ hitādhāyin
hitâdhāyin mfn. = hita-kara (○yi-tā f.) Rājat.
⋙ hitānukārin
hitânukārin mfn. acting conformably to what is right or kind W.
⋙ hitānubandhin
hitânubandhin mfn. having welfare as a consequence, having salutary conṭconsequence Kām.
⋙ hitānveṣna
hitânveṣna mfn. seeking the welfare of another (gen.) MBh.
⋙ hitābhaṅga
hitā-bhaṅga m. the breaking of a dike (vḷ. iḍā-bh○) Mn. ix, 274
⋙ hitārtham
hitârtham (R) or (cf. MBh. R.), ind. for the sake of another's welfare,
⋙ hitārthāya
hitârḍthāya (cf. MBh. R.), ind. for the sake of another's welfare,
⋙ hitārthin
hitârthin mfn. seeking or desiring one's (own) or another's welfare or advantage MBh. R. &c
⋙ hitāvalī
hitâvalī f. a partic. drug L.
⋙ hitāśaṃsā
hitâśaṃsā f. wishing well, congratulation ib.
⋙ hitāśva
hitâśva m. N. of a man VP.
⋙ hitāhita
hitâhita mfn. good and (or) evil, beneficial and (or) disadvantageous Mn. Suśr.
• (ā), f. pl. N. of partic. veins Yājñ.
• n. sg. advantage and (or) disadvantage Pur.
⋙ hitāhitīya
hitâhitīya mfn. treating of what is beneficial and disadvantageous Suśr.
⋙ hitoechā
hitôechā f. wishing well, good-will, good wishes MW.
⋙ hitaiṣin
hitâiṣin mfn. well-wishing, desiring another's welfare (○ṣi-tā, f.)
MBh. Pañcat. Kathās. Jātakam.
⋙ hitokti
hitôkti f. kind or good advice Dhanaṃj.
⋙ hitopadeśa
hitôpadeśa m. friendly advice, salutary instruction MBh. Pañcat. &c
• N. of a popular collection of fables intermixed with didactic sentences and moral precepts (compiled by Nārāyaṇa, and supposed to be narrated by a Brshman named Vishṇu-śirman to some young princes
• it is chiefly founded on the Pañca-tantra, q.v.)
• N. of two wks. on medicine
⋙ hitopadeṣṭṛ
hitôpadeṣṭṛ mfn. instructing on what is salutary, a friendly instructor, kind adviser Kāv.
≫ hitaka
hitaka m. a child, the young of any animal L.
≫ hitāya
hitāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to avail, be of use or advantage Vās. Hitaávat, mfn. one who has put away or hidden his property RV.
hiti hít-van, See p. 1297, col. 3
hitvā́ya hitvií, See √3.
hiná See under 2.
• p. 1297, col. 3
hintāla m. the marshy date tree, Phosnix or Elate Paludosa (cf. tāla and bṛhat-tāla)
Hariv. Vās. Jātakam.
hindu m. (fr. the Persian ?) a Hindu (more properly Hindo)
⋙ hindudharma
○dharma m. the Hindū religion MW.
⋙ hindusthāna
○sthāna n. the country of the Hindūs, Hindūstān (properly restricted to the upper provinces between Benares and the Sutlej) Cat.
hindola m. (or ā f.) a swing, swinging cradle or hammock, Śṛiṅgār
• an ornamental swing or litter in which figures of Kṛishṇa are carried during the Swing-festival in the light half of the month Śrsvaṇa MW. (cf. RTL.430)
• m. (in music) a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt.
• (ī), f. a partic. Rāgiṇī ib.
≫ hindolaka
hindolaka m. a swing Pañcad.
≫ hindolaya
hindolaya Nom. P. ○yati, to swing, rock about (cf. andolaya) Pañcad.
hinv hinvá, hinvāná, See √1. hi
hinvidhe-nāman mfn. (of unknown meaning) MaitrS.
hibuka n. (= ?, ) N. of the fourth Lagna or astrological sign, fourth astrological house (= pātāla) VarBṛS.
him 1
hím ind. an exclamation (interchangeable with híṅ, q.v.)
him 2
hím (only in instr. himā́), col d, frost, hoar-frost, snow RV. x, 37, 10 ; 68, 10
≫ hima
himá m. cold, frost RV. &c. &c
• the cold season, winter Kālid. MārkP.
• the sandal tree L.
• the moon (cf. hima-kara &c.) L.
• camphor L.
• (hímā), f. (only with śatá) the cold season, winter (also= 'a year'
• cf. varṣá) RV. VS. AV.
• (himā́), night Naigh. i, 7
• (himā, only L.), cardamoms
• Cyperus Rotundus and another species
• Trigonella Corniculata
• a partic. drug (= reṇukā)
• N. of Durgā
• (am), n. frost, hoar-frost, snow (rarely 'ice'), Ṣaḍv Br. &c. &c
• sandal-wood (of cooling properties) Suśr.
• the wood of Cerasus Puddum L.
• tin L.
• a pearl L.
• fresh butter L.
• a lotus W.
• N. of a Varsha VP. ; mf(ā)n. cold, cool Jātakam. [Cf. Zd. śima
• Gk. (?-) ?
• ?
• ? ; Lat. bīmus for [1298, 3] bihimus ; hiems ; Slav. śima Lit. ? ]
⋙ himaṛtu
○ṛtu m. the winter season Śiś.
⋙ himakaṇin
○kaṇin mfn. mixed with snow-flakes (as wind) Kāv.
⋙ himakara
○kara mfn. causing or producing cold, cold W. [Page 1299, Column 1]
• m. the moon Hariv. Kāv. Var. &c
• camphor L.
-tanaya m. 'son of the Moon', N. of the planet Mercury VarBṛS.
⋙ himakuhāya
○kuhāya m. a partic. cool drink Suśr. ŚārṅgS.
⋙ himakiraṇa
○kiraṇa m. 'cold-rayed', the moon Dhūrtan.
⋙ himakūṭa
○kūṭa n. a snowy summit BhP.
• m. the winter season L.
⋙ himakṣmādhara
○kṣmādhara m. snowy mountain, Himalaya VarBṛS.
⋙ himakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. a hail-stone MārkP.
⋙ himagarbha
○garbha mfn. laden with snow Śak.
⋙ himagiri
○giri m. the Himâlaya mountain ib. ŚārṅgS. Kathās. &c
-sutā f. patr. of Pārvati Kāv. Kathās.
○tā-kānta m. 'loved by Pārvati', N. of Śiva Kathās.
⋙ himagu
○gu m. 'cold-rayed', the moon Var.
⋙ himagṛha
○gṛha or n. a room furnished with cooling appliances Kād.
⋙ himagṛhaka
○gṛḍhaka n. a room furnished with cooling appliances Kād.
⋙ himagaura
○gaura mfn. white as snow Kir.
⋙ himaghna
○ghna mfn. keeping off snow R.
⋙ himaja
○ja mfn. produced by cold W.
• born or prodṭproduced in the Himâlaya mountain ib.
• m. the mountain Maināka L.
• (ā), f. a kind of plant, = kṣiriṇī L.
• the plant called Zedoary L.
• sugar prepared from Yava-nāla L.
• N. of Parvati ib.
• of Śacī ib.
⋙ himajyotis
○jyotis mfn. cold-rayed (as the moon) Hariv.
⋙ himajvara
○jvara m. fever with cold paroxysms, ague MW.
⋙ himajhaṭi
○jhaṭi or f. cold dew, hoar-frost, mist, fog L. (cf ku-jjihaṭi)
⋙ himajhanṭi
○jhanṭi f. cold dew, hoar-frost, mist, fog L. (cf ku-jjihaṭi)
⋙ himatala
○tala N. of a kingdom Buddh. (more correctly hema-tāla)
⋙ himataila
○taila m. camphor oil L.
⋙ himatviṣ
○tviṣ (cf. Kathās.) or (cf. ib. Var. Śiś.), m. 'having cool rays', the moon
⋙ himadīdhiti
○dīdhiti (cf. ib. Var. Śiś.), m. 'having cool rays', the moon
⋙ himadugdhā
○dugdhā f. a kind of plant (= kṣīriṇi) L.
⋙ himadurdina
○durdina n. a snowy day, cold and bad weather L.
⋙ himadyuti
○dyuti m. 'having cool radiance', the moon Śiś.
⋙ himadruma
○druma m. Melia Bukayun L.
⋙ himadruh
○druh m. 'dew-dispeller', the sun MW.
⋙ himadhara
○dhara mfn. bearing snow (on its head, and of the Himâlaya) R.
• m. the HimṭHimâlaya moon Cat.
⋙ himadhātu
○dhātu m. 'having cold minerals' L.
⋙ himadhāman
○dhāman m. 'cold-rayed', the moon Śiś. Bālar.
⋙ himadhvasta
○dhvasta mfn. withered by cold, frost-bitten, frost-nipped (as a lotus &c.) MW.
⋙ himanirjharavipruṣmat
○nirjhara-vipruṣmat mfn. mixed with or having drops of icy cold water-falls BhP.
⋙ himanirmukta
○nirmukta mfn. freed from frost Ragh.
⋙ himapāta
○pāta m. fall of snow Ṛitus. VarBṛS. Pañcat.
⋙ himaprastha
○prastha m. 'having snowy table-land', the Himâlaya mountain L.
⋙ himabāluka
⋙ himabālukā
○bāluḍkā See -vāluka, ○kā
⋙ himabhānu
○bhānu m. 'having cool lustre', the moon Kautukar.
⋙ himabhās
○bhās MW.
⋙ himabhūbhṛt
○bhūbhṛt m. 'snow. moon', the Himâlaya. MārkP.
⋙ himamayūkha
○mayūkha m. 'cool-rayed', the moon VarBṛS.
⋙ himamitra
○mitra m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ himayukta
○yukta m. a kind of camphor L.
⋙ himaraśmi
○raśmi m. 'cool-rayed', the moon Śiś.
-ja m. patr. of the planet Mercury Var.
⋙ himarāja
○rāja m. N. of a king Rājat.
⋙ himaruci
○ruci m. = -raśmi Śiś. Kām. &c
⋙ himartu
○rtu m. -ṛtu Rājat.
⋙ himavat
○vat (himá-), mfn. having frost or snow, snowy, frosty, icy, snow-clad AV. R.
• exposing one's self to coldness or enduring it Baudh.
• m. a snowy mountain RV. AV.
• the Him^āya, AV, &c &c. Kailāsa. L.
• (atī), f. Hoya Viridiflora ib.
• (-vac)-chiras n. (for -śiras) the summit of the Hiṃlaya Bcar. v, 45 (conj.)
• (-vat) -kukṣi m. a valley of the HimṭHim^āya MW.
-khaṇḍa n. N. of a book of the Skanda-Puraáṇa
-pura n. the town on the HimṭHim^āya Kum.
-prabhava mfn. springing from or belonging to the HimṭHim^āya R.
-suta m. 'son of the HimṭHim^āya', the mountain Maināka L.
• (-sutā), f. the Ganges Dhanaṃj.
• Pārvati A.
• (○vad) -giri m. a snowy mountain (-saṃśraya m. 'taking refuge in the HimṭHim^āya', N. of Śiva) MW.
• (○van). -māhāśmya n. N. of wk
• (○van) -mekhalā f. the HimṭHim^āya chain of mountains Uttamac.
⋙ himavata
○vata (m.), (ifc.) = -vat g. śarat-prabhṛti
⋙ himavāri
○vāri n. cold water MārkP.
⋙ himavāluka
○vāluka m. or camphor L.
⋙ himavālukā
○vāluḍkā f. camphor L.
⋙ himaviddha
○viddha mfn. penetrated with frost (as the west wind in the cold season) MW.
⋙ himavṛṣṭi
○vṛṣṭi f. fall of snow Hariv.
⋙ himaśarkarā
○śarkarā f. a kind of sugar produced from Yavanāāla L.
⋙ himasikharin
○sikharin m. 'snow-mountain', the Himâlaya Vcar.
⋙ himasītala
○sītala mfn. very cold or frosty, freezing W.
⋙ himaśucibhasmabhūṣita
○śuci-bhasma-bhūṣita mfn. adorned with ashes white as snow ib.
⋙ himaśubhra
○śubhra mfn. white as snow Śiś.
⋙ himaśaila
○śaila m. 'snow-mountain', the Himâlaya Cat.
-ja mfn. produced on the HimṭHimâlaya Yājñ.
• (ā), f. 'daughter of HimṭHimâlaya', N. of Pārvatī L.
-sutā f. id. Prab.
⋙ himaśratha
○śratha m. the loosening or melting of snow Pāṇ. Vop.
• 'shedding cold', the moon W.
⋙ himaśrathana
○śrathana or n. melting of snow Pāṇ. Vop.
⋙ himaśranthana
○śranthana n. melting of snow Pāṇ. Vop.
⋙ himasamhati
○samhati f. a mass of ice or anow, deep snow L.
⋙ himasaṃkhāta
○saṃkhāta (wṛ. for)
⋙ himasaṃghāta
○saṃghāta m. id. Rājat.
⋙ himasaras
○saras n. cold water, Mālatim,
⋙ himasrut
○srut m. 'distilling cold', the moon Kād.
⋙ himasruti
○sruti f. a snow-shower Ragh.
⋙ himahānakṛt
○hāna-kṛt m. 'causing cessation of cold', fire W.
⋙ himahāsaka
○hāsaka m. Phoenix Paludosa L.
⋙ himāṃśu
himâṃśu m. 'cool-rayed', the moon, Kā. VarBṛS. &c
• camphor W.
-mālin m. 'encircled by cold rays', the moon Kām. [Page 1299, Column 2]
○mâṃśv-abhikhya n. 'called after the moon', silver L.
⋙ himāga
himâga m. 'snow-mountain', the Himâlaya ib.
⋙ himāgama
himâgama m. approach of cold, beginning of winter MBh. R. &c
⋙ himnāṅka
himnâṅka m. camphor L.
⋙ himācala
himâcala m. 'snow-mountain', the Himâlaya Śiś. Kathās. MārkP. &c
lêndra m. id. Kathās.
⋙ himātyaya
himâtyaya m. passing off or end of the cold season R.
⋙ himadri
him7adri m. the Himâlaya mountain Kāv. Kathās. &c
f. 'daughter of HimṭHimâlaya', Pārvatī MW.
• the Ganges A.
• a kind of plant (= kṣīriṇī) L.
-tanayá f. 'daughter of HimṭHimâlaya, Parvatī (-pati m. 'husband of Parvatī, Śiva) Kavik.
• the Ganges A.
⋙ himādrīya
himâdrīya Nom. represent the Himâlaya (○yita n. impers.) Cat.
⋙ himānaddha
himânaddha mfn. frostbound, frozen Suśr.
⋙ himānila
himânila m. a cold or frosty wind L.
⋙ himānta
himânta m. end of the cold season MBh.
⋙ himāpaha
himâpaha m. 'removing cold', fire, Agni ib.
⋙ himābja
himâbja n. a blue lotus L.
⋙ himābha
himâbha mfn. resembling cold, like snow or frost W.
⋙ himābhra
himâbhra m. camphor L.
⋙ himāmbu
himâmbu n. cold water MW.
• dew A.
⋙ himāmbha
himâmbha n. cold water Ragh. BhP.
• dew A.
⋙ himārāti
himârāti m. 'enemy of cold' fire L.
• the sun ib.
• a kind of Plant (= citraka) MW.
• another plant (= arka) ib.
⋙ himāri
himâri m. 'enemy of cold', fire Bhaṭṭ.
-śatru m. 'enemy of fire', water Bcar. xi, 71
⋙ himārnṇa
himârnṇa mfn. grey with frost R.
⋙ himārta
himârta mfn. pinched with cold, suffering from cold, chilled, frozen Śak. Hit.
⋙ himārdita
himârdita mfn. pinched or pained by cold MW. 1
⋙ hāmālaya
hāmâlaya m. 'abode of snow', the Himâlaya range of mountains (bounding India on the north and containing the highest elevations in the world
• in mythology personified as husband of Menā or Menaka by whom he had a son ṃainska and father of Parvati, 'daughter of the Mountain', and of Gaṅgs, who, as the personified Ganges, is generally regarded as his eldest daughter) Bhag. Kāv. &c
• the white Khadira tree L.
• (ā), f. Flacourtia Cataphracta L. -sutā f. 'daughter of HimṭHimâlaya', Pārvati Kavik. 2
⋙ himālaya
himâlaya Nom. P. ○yati, to resemble the Himâlaya Dhūrtas.
⋙ himāvatī
himā-vatī f. a kind of plant L.
⋙ himāvila
himâvila mf(ā)n. covered with snow HPariś.
⋙ himāśrayā
himâśrayā f. Hoya Viridiflora L.
⋙ himāhati
himâhati f. fall of snow Kathās.
⋙ himāhva
himâhva m. 'called after ice', camphor L.
• n. N. of a Varsha in Jambu-dvipa Pur.
⋙ himāhvaya
himâhvaya m. camphor L.
• n. = prec., n. MārkP.
• a lotus W.
⋙ himottarā
himôttarā f. a kind of grape L.
⋙ himottarīya
himôttarīya mfn. having snow for an over-garment Jātakam.
⋙ himotpanna
himôtpanna mfn. produced by cold MW.
• (ā), f. = hima-śarkarā L.
⋙ himodaka
himôdaka or (?), m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ himodaki
himôḍdaki (?), m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ himodbhavā
himôdbhavā f. 'cold-produced', Curcuma Zedoaria L.
• another plant (= kṣīriṇī) ib.
⋙ himopacāra
himôpacāra m. application of cooling remedies or refrigerants Vcar.
⋙ himosra
himôsra m. 'cool-rayed', the moon Bhaṭṭ.
≫ himaka
himaka m. Flacourtia Sapida L.
• N. of a man Rājat.
• (ikā), f. hoar-frost L.
≫ himavala
himavala n. a pearl L. (v. l. hem○)
≫ himānī
himānī f. See under hima, p. 1298, col. 3
≫ himānī
himānī f. a mass or collection of snow Rājat. Pārśvan. &c
• = hima-śarkarā L.
⋙ himānīviśada
○viśada mfn. white as a snow-drift MW.
≫ himāya
himāya Nom, Ā. ○yate, to resemble snow Kāv.
≫ himāla
himāla m. the Himâlaya mountain L.
≫ himikā
himikā f. See himaka above
≫ himita
himita mfn. changed into snow or ice Naish.
≫ himīkṛ
himī-kṛ √P. -karoti, to change into snow or ice Śiś.
≫ himeru
himerú mfn. (prob.) = next MaitrS.
≫ himelu
himelu mfn. chilly, suffering from cold Pāṇ. 5-2, 122 Vārtt. 8
≫ himna
himna m. the planet Mercury (= hemna) Cat.
≫ himya
himya mfn. snowy, covered with snow Pāṇ. 5-2, 120 Vārtt., Sch,
• (ā́), ind, by cold RV.
≫ heman
héman &c. See 2. héman P. 1304, col, 1
himna m.= hemna, the plant Mercury Cat.
himpati-vasman or himmativarman m. N. of a man Cat.
≫ himmaka
himmaka m. N. of a man Cat.
híra m. a band, strip, fillet ŚBr. (= mekhalā Sch.)
• (a), f. See next
≫ hrā
hrā́ f. a vein, artery (cf. hitā ami sirā) AV. VS. ; Gmelina Arborea L. [Cf., accord. to some, Lat. [haru(-spex]).]
⋙ hrādhara
○dhara m. N. of a man, Cit
⋙ hirodaka
hirôdaka n. blood Divyâv. [Page 1299, Column 3]
hirakut See híruk, p. 1300
hiraṅgu m. N. of Rāhu (the personified ascending node) L.
hiraṇa n. (= híraṇya) gold L.
• semen L.
• a cowry L.
≫ hiraṇin
hiraṇin mfn. (prob. for hiraṇyín) golden, adorned with gold RV.
≫ hiraṇmaya
hiraṇ-máya mf(ī) n. (for hiraṇya-maya) golden, gold-coloured TS.&c, &c
• m. N. of Brahmā. ( See hiraṇya-garbha) L.
• of a Ṛishi MBh.
• of a son of Agnidhra and ruler of a Varsha BhP.
• mṇ. one of the 9 Varshas or divisions of the continent (said to be between the mountainous ranges Śveta and Śṛiṅga-vat
• See varsha and śveta) Pur.
≫ hiraṇya
hiraṇya n. (ifc. f. ā
• prob. connected with hari, harit, hiri) gold (orig. 'uncoined gold or other precious metal
• 'in later language 'coined gold' -or 'money') RV. &c. &c
• any vessel or ornament made of gold (as 'a golden spoon' Mn. ii, 29) RV. AV. VS. Kauś.
• a gold piece or coin (generally with suvárṇa as opp. to base metal) Br.
• a cowry L.
• semen virile L.
• substance, imperishable matter L.
• a partic. measure W.
• the Datura or thorn apple MW.
• N. of a Varsha (= hiraṇ-maya) MārkP.
• m. a kind of bdellium L.
• N. of a, Daitya MBh. Pañcar.
• of a son of Agnidhra (= hiraṇ-maya, q.v.) MārkP.
• of a king of Kaśmīra Rājat.
• (ā), f. one of the seven tongues of fire L.
• mfn. golden, made of gold Mn. MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyakakṣa
○kakṣa (cf. MBh. R.) or (cf. TĀr. AśvŚr.), mfn. wearing a golden girdle
⋙ hiraṇyakakṣya
○kakṣyá (cf. TĀr. AśvŚr.), mfn. wearing a golden girdle
⋙ hiraṇyakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha mfn. golden-necked MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyakarṇa
○karṇa (híraṇya-.), mfn. wearing gold in the ear RV.
⋙ hiraṇyakartṛ
○kartṛ m. a goldsmith MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyakavaca
○kavaca mfn. having golden armour (said of Śiva) ib.
○côdbhava m. N. of Śiva MW.
⋙ hiraṇyakaśipu
○kaśipú m. a golden cushion or seat or clothing Br. Lāṭy.
• (híraṇya.), mfn. having a golden cushion or clothing AV.
• m. N. of a Daitya king noted for impiety (he was son of Kaśyapa and Diti, and had obtained a boon from Brahmā that he should not be slain by either god or man or animal ; hence he became allpowerful ; when, however, his pious son Prahlāda praised Vishṇu, that god appeared out of a pillar in the form Nara-siṃha, 'half man, half lion', and tore Hiraṇya-kaśipu to pieces ; this was Vishṇu's fourth Avatāra ; See pra-hlāda, nara-siṃha) MBh. Hariv. Pur. (cf. IW. 328 ; 392, n. 2)
-cchedin (cf. Pañcar.), -dāraṇa (cf. L.), or -han (cf. MW.), m. N. of Vishṇu
⋙ hiraṇyakāmadhenu
○kāma-dhenu f. a golden figure representing the Kāma-dhenu (one of the 16 Mahā-dānas
• See mahā-dāna, tulā-puruṣa), Cit
-dāna n. -dāna-prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ hiraṇyakāra
○kārá m. a gold. smith VS. R.
⋙ hiraṇyakukṣi
○kukṣi mfn. golden-bellied Kauś.
⋙ hiraṇyakubja
○kubja m. N. of a man Vcar.
⋙ hiraṇyakula
○kula m. N. of a king Rājat.
⋙ hiraṇyakṛt
○kṛt mfn. making or bringing forth gold (said of Agni) MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyakṛtacūḍa
○kṛta-cūḍa mfn. one whose tuft of hair is golden (said of Śiva) ib.,
⋙ hiraṇyakṛṣṇala
○kṛṣṇala n. a small piece of gold Kāṭh. Anup.
⋙ hiraṇyaketu
○ketu m. N. of an author, Madanap
⋙ hiraṇyakeśa
○keśa (híraṇya-), mf(ī)n. gold-haired, gold maned RV. AV. BhP.
• m. N. of Vishṇu L.
• pl. a partic. school, IndSt
• (ī), f. (scil. śākhā) id. ib.,
⋙ hiraṇyakeśin
○keśin m. N. of the author of certain Sūtras Cat.
• (○si) -kārikā f. -śākhīya-brāhmaṇa n. -śrauta-sūtra, n. -sūtra n. -sūtra-vyākhyāna n. (○śy,) -āhnika n. N. of wks

hiraṇyakeśyāgnyādhānapaddhati3hiraṇya--keśyâgny-ādhāna-paddhati f. N of wk
⋙ hiraṇyakeśya
○keśya (hīraṇya), mfn. golden-haired, goldenmaned RV.
⋙ hiraṇyakośa
○kośa m. wrought and unwrought gold and silver (?) L.
⋙ hiraṇyakhādi
○khādi mfn. wearing golden brooches ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ hiraṇyagadā
○gadā f. a golden club Cat.
-dāna n. N. of wk
⋙ hiraṇyagarbha
○garbhá m. a golden fetus Cat.
• N. of Brahmā (so called as born from a golden egg formed out of the seed deposited in the waters when they were produced as the first creation of the Self-existent
• according to Mn. i, 9, this seed became a golden egg, resplendent as the sun, in which the Self-existent Brahma was born as Brahmā the Creator, who is therefore regarded as a manifestation of the Self-existent RV. x, 121)
RV. AV. ŚBr. &c. (cf. RTL. 14 &c.)
• N. of the author of the hymn Ṛigveda x, 121 (having the patr. Prājāpatya) Anukr.
• of a Vedanta teacher Tattvas.
• of various other persons Cat.
• of Vishṇu MBh.
• of a flamingo Hit.
• (in phil.) the soul invested with the Sūkshma-śarira or subtle body (= sūtrâtman, prâṇâtman) Vedântas.
• (ā), f. N. of a river Cat.
• (prob.) n. N. of a Liṅga ib.
• mfn. relating to Hiraṇya-garbha or Brihmā, IndSt
-tantra n. -dāna n. -dāna-prayoga m. -dāna-vidhi, m. N. of wks
-vatī (-garbhá-), f. a verse containing the word hiraṇya-garbha ŚBr. [Page 1300, Column 1]
-vidhi m. N. of the 12th Pariśishṭa of the Atharvaveda
-saṃhitā (or ○bha-parāśara-saṃhitā), f. -hṛdaya n. N. of wks
⋙ hiraṇyagupta
○gupta m. N. of various men Kathās.
⋙ hiraṇyacakra
○cakra (hiraṇya), mfn. golden-wheeled RV.
⋙ hiraṇyajā
○jā́ mfn. sprung from golden, golden AV.
⋙ hiraṇyajit
○jít mfn. gaining gold RV. AV.
⋙ hiraṇyajihva
○jihva (híraṇya.), mfn. golden-tongued RV.
⋙ hiraṇyajyotis
○jyotís n. splendour of golden ŚBr.
• (hiraṇya-jyotis), mfn. having golden splṭsplendour AV. TS. Kāṭh.
⋙ hiraṇyatuṣa
○tuṣa m. = -śakala Lāṭy., (cf. Sch.)
⋙ hiraṇyatejas
○téjas n. = -jyotís AV.
⋙ hiraṇyatvac
○tvac (híraṇya-.), mfn. having a golden covering, coated with gold RV.
⋙ hiraṇyatvaca
○tvaca mfn. having skin bright as gold MW.
⋙ hiraṇyatvacas
○tvacas (híraṇya-), mfn. having a golden skin, (or) having a golden caparison AV.
⋙ hiraṇyada
○da mfn. yielding gold Mn. iv, 230
• m. the ocean L.
• (ā), f. the earth ib.
• N. of a river Hariv.
⋙ hiraṇyadaṃṣṭra
○daṃṣṭra mfn. having golden teeth ChUp.
⋙ hiraṇyadakṣiṇa
○dakṣiṇa mfn. having a fee or wage of gold KātyŚr.
⋙ hiraṇyadat
○dat (hiraṇya-), mfn. having golden teeth RV.
• m. N. of a Baida AitBr.
⋙ hiraṇyadatta
○datta m. N. of various men Kathās.
⋙ hiraṇyadanta
○danta mfn. = -dat, Hir
⋙ hiraṇyadā
○dā́ mfn. = -da RV.
⋙ hiraṇyadāna
○dāna n. the granting of golden Cat.
• N. of wk
⋙ hiraṇyadevīsūkta
○devī-sū7kta n. N. of wk
⋙ hiraṇyadyū
○dyū mfn. playing for gold or money Pat,.
⋙ hiraṇyadrāpi
○drāpi (híraṇya-), mfn. wearing a golden mantle AV.
⋙ hiraṇyadhanus
○dhanus m. 'golden-bowed', N. of a king MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyanābha
○nābha m. 'having a golden navel', N. of Vishṇu L.
• of various men PraśnUp. MBh. Hariv. &c
• of the mountain Maināka R.
• n. a building having three halls (viz. towards the east, west, and south) VarBṛS.
⋙ hiraṇyanikāṣam
○nikāṣam ind. rubbing in or mixing gold ĀśvGṛ.
⋙ hiraṇyanidhi
○nidhi m. a golden treasure ChUp.
⋙ hiraṇyanirṇij
○nirṇij (híraṇya-.), mfn. adorned with golden, bright as golden RV.
⋙ hiraṇyanemi
○nemi mfn. having golden fellies or wheels RV.
⋙ hiraṇyapakṣa
○pakṣa (híraṇya-), mfn. golden-winged RV. VS. &c
⋙ hiraṇyapati
○pati m. a lord of golden TĀr. MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyaparṇa
○parṇa (híraṇya-), golden -winged RV. PārGṛ.
• gold leafed VS. TBr. Nir.
⋙ hiraṇyaparvata
○parvata m. N. of a mountain Buddh.
⋙ hiraṇyapāṇi
○pāṇi (híraṇya-), mfn. goldenhanded RV.
• golden-hoofed RV.
• m. N. of various men ṢaḍvBr. Buddh.
⋙ hiraṇyapātra
○pātrá n. a golden vessel TS. Br. VP.
⋙ hiraṇyapāva
○pāvá mfn. purifying with golden RV., (cf. Sāy.)
⋙ hiraṇyapiṇḍa
○piṇḍá m. a lump of golden RV.
⋙ hiraṇyapura
○pura n. N. of an Asura town floating in the air or situated beyond the ocean MBh. Hariv. &c
• of a town in Kāśmira Kathās. Rājat.
⋙ hiraṇyapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. the figure of a man made of golden KātyŚr. Vait.
⋙ hiraṇyapuṣpi
○puṣpi m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ hiraṇyapuṣpī
○puṣpī f. a kind of plant Suśr.
⋙ hiraṇyapeśas
○peśas (híraṇya.), mfn. adorned with golden, having golden lustre RV.
⋙ hiraṇyaprau0ga
○prau0ga (híraṇya-), mfn. having a golden fore-part (said of a chariot-pole) RV. i, 35, 5
⋙ hiraṇyapratipūrṇa
○pratipūrṇa mfn. full of golden Hariv.
⋙ hiraṇyaprākārā
○prākārā f. having a golden rampart MānGṛ.
⋙ hiraṇyabandhana
○bandhana (híraṇya.), mf(ā)n. having golden bands (said of the cordage of a ship) AV.
⋙ hiraṇyabāhu
○bāhu (híraṇya-), mfn. golden-armed VS. TĀr.
• m. N. of Śiva MBh.
• the river Śoṇa (vḷ. -vāha) Hcar.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
• of a mati Cat.
⋙ hiraṇyabindu
○bindu m. fire MW.
• N. of a mountain MBh.
• of a Tirtha (also -bindos tīrtham) ib.
⋙ hiraṇyamaya
○máya mf(ī)n. made of golden ŚBr.
⋙ hiraṇyamālin
○mālin mfn. having a golden garland KātyŚr. Sch.
⋙ hiraṇyamūrdhan
○mūrdhan (hiraṇya-) mf(dhnī)n. golden-headed TS.
⋙ hiraṇyayaṣṭi
○yaṣṭi f. a golden tree ĀpŚr.
⋙ hiraṇyayoni
○yoni mfn. having a golden womb ib.
⋙ hiraṇyaratha
○rathá m. a chariot full of golden RV. AitBr.
• a chariot made of go Cat.
• (híraṇya-), mfn. riding in a golden chariot RV.
• m. N. of a king VP.
⋙ hiraṇyaraśana
○raśana mfn. having a golden girdle BhP.
⋙ hiraṇyarūpa
○rūpa (hīraṇya-), mfn. golden-shaped, gold-like RV.
⋙ hiraṇyaretas
○retas mfn. having golden seed
• m. N. of Agni or fire MBh. Kāv. &c
• of the sun L.
• of Śiva ib.
• of one of the 12 Ādityas RāmatUp.
• of various men BhP. Cat.
• a kind of plant (= citraka) MW.
⋙ hiraṇyaretasa
○retasa m. N. of a man
• pl. his family Cat.
⋙ hiraṇyaroman
○roman m. 'golden-haired', N. of a Loka-pāla (son of Marīci) MW.
• of Bhishmaka MBh.
• of a son of Parjanya Hariv. VP.
• of various Ṛishis Hariv. BhP.
⋙ hiraṇyalakṣmīsūkta
○lakṣmī-sū7kta n. N. of wk
⋙ hiraṇyaloman
○loman m. N. of a Ṛishi in the 5th Manv-antara MārkP.
⋙ hiraṇyavakṣas
○vakṣas (hīraṇya-), mfn. golden-breasted, holding gold (as the earth) AV.
⋙ hiraṇyavat
○vat (híraṇya-), mfn. possessing gold RV.
• consisting of gold ib.
• connected with gold GṛŚrS.
• m. N. of Agni MW.
• (atī), f. N. of Ujjayinī in the third age Kathās.
• of a river Buddh.
• of various women Kathās. Cat.
• n. the possession of gold RV.
⋙ hiraṇyavandhura
○vandhura (hiraṇya-.), mfn. having a golden seat or frame with golden lustre, Hir,
⋙ hiraṇyavarṇa
○varṇa (hiraṇya-.), mf(ā)n. golden-coloured, golden-like RV. AV. TBr. &c
• containing the word hiraṇya-varṇa (as a verse) TS. Kauś. Baudh. [Page 1300, Column 2]
• (ā), f. a river L.
⋙ hiraṇyavarṇīya
○varṇīya mfn. beginning with hiraṇya-varṇa TPrāt.
⋙ hiraṇyavartani
○vartani (híraṇya-), mfn. having a golden path RV. VS.
⋙ hiraṇyavarman
○varman m. having golden armour', N. of a king MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyavarṣa
○varṣa m. N. of a man Bcar. Kathās.
⋙ hiraṇyavāśī
○vāśī (híraṇya-), mfn. wielding a gold axe or knife RV.
-mat mfn. id. (only superl. -tama, 'most skilful wielder of the golden knife') ib.
⋙ hiraṇyavāha
○vāha m. 'bearing gold', N. of the river Śoṇa (cf. -bāhu) Hcar.
• of Śiva MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyavid
○víd mfn. Possessing or granting gold RV.
⋙ hiraṇyavimita
○vimitá n. a golden palace ŚBr.
⋙ hiraṇyavī
○vī mfn. covered with gold RV.
⋙ hiraṇyavīrya
○vīrya mfn. having golden seed (fire) BhP.
⋙ hiraṇyavṛṣabha
○vṛṣabha m. a small golden bull Cat.
-dāna n. -dāna-prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ hiraṇyaśakala
○śakalá m. a small piece of gṭgold ŚBr.
⋙ hiraṇyaśakla
○śaklá v. l. for -śalká TS.
⋙ hiraṇyaśamya
○śamya (híraṇya-), mfn. having golden pegs RV.
⋙ hiraṇyaśarīra
○śarīra mfn. having a golden body AitBr.
⋙ hiraṇyaśalka
○śalká m. a fragment of gold TS.
⋙ hiraṇyaśipra
○śipra (híraṇya-), mfn. having a golden helmet (or visor) RV.
⋙ hiraṇyaśīrṣan
○śīrṣan mf(ṣṇī)n. golden-headed Kāṭh.
⋙ hiraṇyaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga (híraṇya-), mfn. golden-horned RV. AV.
• m. N. of a mountain MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyaśmaśru
○śmaśru mfn. golden-bearded Cat.
⋙ hiraṇyaśrāddha
○śrāddha n. N. of wk
⋙ hiraṇyaṣṭhīva
○ṣṭhīva m. N. of a mountain BhP.
⋙ hiraṇyaṣṭhīvin
○ṣṭhīvin mfn. vomiting gold (said of a bird) MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyasaṃkāśa
○saṃkāśa (híraṇya-.), mfn. resembling gold, shining like gold ŚBr.
⋙ hiraṇyasaṃdṛś
○saṃdṛś (híraṇya-), mfn. id. RV.
⋙ hiraṇyasaras
○saras n. N. of a Tirtha MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyastuti
○stuti f. a partic. hymn, IndSt
⋙ hiraṇyastūpa
○stūpa (híraṇya-), m. N. of an Āṅgirasa (author of RV. i, 31-35 ; ix, 4 ; 69) RV. ŚBr.
• pl. N. of a family MW.
⋙ hiraṇyasthāla
○sthāla n. a golden bowl Lāṭy.
⋙ hiraṇyasraj
○sraj f. a golden garland or ring or chain GṛŚrS.
• (híraṇya-), mfn. having a golden garland or chain AV. PañcavBr. &c
⋙ hiraṇyahasta
○hasta (híraṇya-), mfn. gṭolden-handed RV. AV.
• m. N. of Savitṛi ib.
• of a man RV. MBh.
⋙ hiraṇyaheman
○heman n. gold HYog.
⋙ hiraṇyākṣa
hiraṇyâkṣá mfn. golden-eyed RV. TĀr.
• m. N. of a noted Daitya (twin brother of Hiraṇya-kaśipu, and killed by Vishṇu, in his third or Varsha Avatāra) MBh. Hariv. Pur. (cf. IW. 327)
• N. of Savitṛi RV.
• of a Ṛishi and various other men MBh. Hariv. &c
• of a place Cat.
• pl. N. of a family Hariv.
-ripu (cf. Ragh.) or -hara (cf. Pañcar.), m. N. of Vishṇu
⋙ hiraṇyāṅga
hiraṇyâṅga m. N. of a Ṛishi Cat.
• pl. his family ib.
⋙ hiraṇyābja
hiraṇyâbja n. a golden lotus Kathās.
⋙ hiraṇyābhīśu
híraṇyâbhīśu mfn. having garbha reins RV.
⋙ hiraṇyāśva
hiraṇyâśva m. the image of a horse made of gold (one of the 16 Mahā-dānas, q.v.) Cat.
-dāna n. N. of wk
-ratha m. a horse and chariot made of gold (one of the 16 Mahā-dānas, q.v.) Cat.
⋙ hiraṇyeṣṭakā
hiraṇyêṣṭakā́ f. a golden brick TS. ŚBr. ĀpŚr.
≫ hiraṇyaka
hiraṇyaka m. eagerness for gold Pāṇ. 5-2, 65
• N. of a king of the mice Hit.
≫ hiraṇyaya
hiraṇyáya mf(ī)n. golden, abounding in gold (hiraṇyâyā, instr, f. RV. viii, 1, 32) RV. VS. AV. ŚBr.
≫ hiraṇyayā
hiraṇyayā́ f. desire for gold (only hiraṇyayā́ instr.) RV.
≫ hiraṇyayu
hiraṇyayú mfn. desiring gold ib.
≫ hiraṇyava
hiraṇyava m. the property of a god or of a temple (= deva-sva) L.
• golden ornament (cf. súand a-h○ add.)
≫ hiraṇyin
hiraṇyin mfn. abounding in gold, g. prī7kṣâdi
• (inī), f. a gold-mine, region abounding in gold, g. puṣkarâdi
≫ hiraṇyeśaya
hiraṇye-śaya mfn. (i.e. loc. of hiraṇya + ś○) lying or reposing in gold. MBh.
≫ hiraṇvat
hiraṇ-vat m. (for hiraṇya-vat) N. of a son of Āgnīdhra VP.
• (atī), f. N. of various rivers MBh. R. MārkP.
híramya n. (a word formed for explaining híraṇya) ŚBr.
hiri mfn. (= hari, 'yellow, golden') in the following words:
⋙ hiriśipra
○śiprá mfn. 'golden-cheeked' or 'having a golden visor' (applied to Agni and Indra) RV. (= haraṇa-śīla-hanu', one whose jaws carry away or seize', or = dīptôṣṇīṣa, 'having a bright head-dress' Sāy.)
⋙ hiriśmaśru
○śmaśru (híri-.), mfn. golden-bearded (said of Agni) ib.
≫ hirīmat
hírī-mat mfn. 'tawny-horsed' (= hari-vat) ib.
≫ hirīmaśa
hirīmaśá mfn. golden-bearded RV. x, 105, 7 (cf. Sāy.)
hirivera n. = hrivera (q.v.) L.
hiru or hruka m. N. of a man Divyâv.
híruk ind. (cf. huruk) off, away, out of sight of(abl.) RV. AV.
• aside, apart, without Śaṃk.
• in the midst of, amongst L.
• near L.
• below L. [Page 1300, Column 3]
⋙ hirakut
hirakut ind. (dimin. fr. hiruk) Pāṇ. 5-3, 72, Kâś
hil (prob. artificial), cl. 6. P. hilati, to sport amorously, dally, wanton, express amorous inclination Dhātup. xxviii, 69
≫ hilihila
hilihila mfn. sporting, dallying L.
hila m. N. of a mountain and a town (cf. hetu-h○) Buddh.
hilamoci ○cikā, and ○cī f. Enhydra Hingcha L.
hilimā f. (of unknown meaning) Divyâv.
hilī-samudra N. of a place Cat.
hilla m. a kind of aquatic bird L.
• N. of a man Rājat.
hillāja m. N. of an astronomer Cat.
⋙ hillājagrahaphala
○graha-phala n
⋙ hillājajātaka
○jātaka n
⋙ hillājatājika
○tājika n
⋙ hillājadīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of wks
hillola m. (cf. hindola) a wave, surge MW.
• a whim ib.
• a partic. form of sexual union ib.
• (in music) one of the Rāgas ib.
≫ hillolaya
hillolaya Nom. P. ○yati, to swing or rock or roll about (v. l. for hiṇḍolaya) Dhātup. xxxv, 84. 6
hivuka See hibuka, p. 1298, col. 3
hiṣk v. l. for √hikk and kiṣk
hiṣkā wṛ. for hikkā
hihi ind.= hīhī (cf. next)
ind. (an exclamation of surprise or astonishment or horror or sorrow or hilarity or satisfaction, usually translatable by) ah! oh! alas l &c
• (also said to be so used in giving a reason or cause, and translatable by) therefore, so, because, for (cf. 2. hi) &c
• (it is sometimes repeated, cf. hīhī Hariv. Bhaṭṭ.
hīka m. N. of a Piśāca MBh.
hīḍ hīḻ, (cf. √heḍ), P. Ā. hīḍati, or hiḻati, ○te P. (only in jihīḍa AV.
jihīḻa RV.
• and ahiḍat GopBr.), to pull, tear, make angry, vex, offend
• Ā. (only in [á-] hīḍamāna ŚBr. jihīḍe, ○ḍiré
jihīḻe RV. AV.
jihīḍāná RV.
hīḍiṣātām TĀr.), to be angry or wroth: Caus. (only ajīhiḍat) to pull out (hair) AV.
≫ hīḍa
hīḍá or m. an instigator, stimulator RV. viii, 8, 19
⋙ hīḻa
hīḻá m. an instigator, stimulator RV. viii, 8, 19
≫ hīḍita
hīḍitá or mfn. angry. wroth RV. Br.
⋙ hīḻita
hīḻitá mfn. angry. wroth RV. Br.
hīna &c. See p. 1296, col. 2
hīntāla m.= hintāla L.
hīra m. a diamond L.
• a thunderbolt L.
• a serpent L.
• a lion L.
• a string of pearls' (connected with 1. hāra) L.
• N. of Śiva L.
• of the father of Harsha Vās., Introd
• (ā), f. a kind of ant or moth L.
• Gmelina Arborei L.
• N. of Lakshmī L.
• of a woman Cat.
• m. n. a diamond L.
• a kind of metre Col.
⋙ hīrakārya
○kārya m. N. of a man Bhadrab.
⋙ hīrajit
○jit m. N. of a poet Cat.
⋙ hīrabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of a man ib.
⋙ hīrāṅga
hīrâṅga m. 'diamond-bodied', Indra's thunderbolt L.
⋙ hīrānānda
hīrânânda m. N. of two authors Cat.
⋙ hīrārāma
hīrârāma m. (with kavi) N. of a poet ib.
≫ hīraka
hīraka m. or n. a diamond (the gem is supposed to be presided over by Śukra or Venus) Pañcar.
• a kind of metre (= hīra) Col.
≫ hīrādevī
hīrā-devī f. N. of a queen Inscr.
≫ hīroka
hīroka m. N. of a poet Cat.
hīla or hīlaka n. (perhaps fr. √hil) semen virile L.
≫ hīluka
hīluka n. a kind of rum or spirit distilled from molasses L.
hīlanā f. (cf. helana) injury, Śīl
hīṣ ind. an exclamation introduced in chanting PañcavBr.
≫ hīṣīsvara
hīṣī-svara n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy.
hīhī ind. (an exclamation of joy &c., translatable by) ha! ha! l hee! hee! ah l or any similar sound (as in laughing &c.), Ratnâv.
⋙ hīhīkāra
○kāra m. the above exclamation Lalit.
hu 1
hu cl. 3. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxv, 1) jhóti (Ved. and ep. also Ā. juhuté 3. p. pr. júh 3. pl. pr. jilhvati, ○te RV. &c. [Page 1301, Column 1]
• 2. sg. Impv. juhudhí Br. &c
hoṣi RV.
• p. P. júhvat
• Ā. júhvāna also with pass. sense
• 3. pl. impf. ájuhavuḥ ib.
• pf. P. juhāva, juhuvuḥ MBh.
• Ā. juhuve R.
juhvé, juhuré RV.
juhvire Br.
juhavāṃ-cakāra ib. Up.
juhavām-āsa Vop.
• aor. ahauṣīt Br. &c
• Prec. hūyāt Gr
• fut. hotā ib.
hoṣyáti, ○te AV. &c
• Cond. ahoṣyat Br.
• inf. hótum, ○tos, ○tavaí, and ind. p. hutvā ib. &c.), to sacrifice (esp. pour butter into the fire), offer or present an oblation (acc. or gen.) to (dat.) or in (loc.), sacrifice to, worship or honour (acc.) with (instr.) RV. &c. &c
• to sprinkle on (loc.) Yājñ.
• to eat Vop.: Pass. hūyáte (aor. áhāvi), to be offered or sacrificed RV. &c. &c.: Caus. hāvayati (aor. ajūhavat), to cause to sacrifice or to be sacrificed or to be honoured with sacrifice GṛŚrS. &c.: Desid. juhūṣati, to wish to sacrifice MBh. R.: Intens. johaviiti (impf. ajohaviit or ajuhaviit BhP.), johūyate, johoti (Gr.), to offer oblations repeatedly or abundantly. [Cf. Gk. ? in ? (for ?), ?, ? ; Lat. [1301, 1] fūtis, 'water-pot.']
≫ hava 1
⋙ havana
havana &c. See p. 1293, col. 2
≫ hut
hut mfn. sacrificing (ifc
• See agni-h○ &c.)
≫ huta
hutá mfn. offered in fire, poured out (as clarified butter), burnt (as an oblation), sacrificed AV. &c. &c
• sacrificed to, one to whom an oblation is offered RV. vi, 50, 15 (if not for hūta [v,. 5], as sometimes in abhi-, ā-, sam-ā-huta, qq. vv.) MBh. R. &c
• m. N. of Śiva MBh.
• n. an oblation, offering, sacrifice AV. &c. &c
⋙ hutajātavedas
○jātavedas mfn. one who has made an oblation to fire MW.
⋙ hutabhakṣa
○bhakṣa m. 'eating the oblṭoblation', N. of Agni or fire Car.
⋙ hutabhāga
○bhāga (hutá-), mfn. partaking of or entitled to an oblation AV.
⋙ hutabhuj
○bhuj m. 'oblation-eater', fire Kāv. Suśr. &c. (-bhuk-priyā f. 'Agni's wife' L.
-bhug-diś f. 'Agni's quarter', i.e. the south-east VarYogay.)
• Plumbago Ceylanica Suśr.
• N. of a partic. star (? Tauri) Sūryas.
⋙ hutabhoktṛ
○bhoktṛ (cf. R.),
⋙ hutabhojana
○bhojana (cf. BhP.), m. = -bhakṣa
⋙ hutavaha
○vaha m. (ifc. f. ā) 'oblṭoblation-bearer', Agni or fire MBh. Kāv. &c
-jvālā-sama mfn. like flames of fire Ml.
⋙ hutavahāya
○vahāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be or act like fire Mālatīm.
⋙ hutaśiṣṭa
○śiṣṭa n. remnant of an oblṭoblation
○ṭâśana mfn. feeding on the remnant of an oblṭoblation MBh.
⋙ hutaśeṣa
○śeṣa m. = -śiṣṭa GṛŚrS.
⋙ hutasaṃvikta
○saṃvikta m. (accord. to some) one who has sacrificed his individuality or blended it with the Universal Soul ( See saṃvitka) MW.
⋙ hutahavyavaha
○havya-vaha m. N. of a son of Dhara MBh.
⋙ hutahoma
○homa m. one who has offered oblṭoblation Mn. vi, 45
⋙ hutāṃśa
hutâṃśa m. a part of an oblṭoblation VarBṛS.
⋙ hutāgni
hutâgni mfn. one who has offered oblations in fire Mn. vii, 145
• m. fire with which an oblṭoblation is made W.
⋙ hutād
hutấd mfn. eating the oblṭoblation TS. AitBr.
⋙ hutāśa
hutâśa m. oblṭoblation-eater, fire MBh. Kāv. &c
• N. of the number 'three' Gaṇit.
• Plumbago Ceylanica Suśr.
• fear, alarm (?) L.
-vṛtti f. subsistence gained by working with fire (as at a forge) VarBṛS.
• mfn. subsisting by fire ib.
-veśa m. N. of a medic. authority (= agni-veśa) Cat.
-śālā f. = agni-śālā Pañcar.
-śauca n. purification by fire Rājat.
-suta m. pl. 'Agni's sons', N. of partic. Ketus VarBṛS.
⋙ hutāśana
hutâśana m. 'oblṭoblation-eater', fire Gṛihyās. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• (ā), f. N. of a Yoginī Hcat.
• (○na)-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of fire, having the nature or property of fire Cat.
-vat mfn. provided with fire Kāv. Kathās.
-sahāya m. 'friend of fire', N. of Śiva MBh.
○nāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become fire, appear as fire Kād.
⋙ hutāśin
hutâśin mfn. feeding on oblations MBh.
⋙ hutāthuta
hutấthutá (?), mfn. sacrificed and (or) not sacrificed TBr. ĀpŚr.
⋙ hutāhuti
hutâhuti mfn. having an oblṭoblation just offered MW.
⋙ hutocchaiṣṭa
hutôcchaiṣṭa mfn. left from an oblṭoblation ŚBr.
-bhakṣa mfn. = hutaśiṣṭâśana KātyŚr.
⋙ hutoccheṣaṇa
hutôccheṣaṇa n. = -huta-śiṣṭa, Hir
≫ huti
huti f. a sacrifice ( See sarva- and havir-h○)
≫ hutmat
hutmat See vi-hútmat, p. 953, col. 2
≫ hotavya
hotavyá mf(ā)n. to be offered or sacrificed AitBr. &c. &c
• to be sacrificed to or worshipped with sacrifices TS. &c. &c
• (am), n. (impers.) it is to be sacrificed MaitrS.
≫ hotṛ
hótṛ &c. See p. 1306, col. 1
hu 2
hu ind. an exclamation in huṃ hu, hūṃ hu &c. Sarasv.
huṃhuṃ-kāra See under hum
huk-kāra m. the sound huk (supposed to be made by a drum) Inscr. [Page 1301, Column 2]
hugali ○lī, or huguli, ○lī f. N. of a town in Bengal (= Hūglī) Kshitîś.
hugga m. N. of a lexicographer Cat.
huṃ-kāra huṃ-kṛta &c. See hum
huñjikā f. a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt.
huḍ cl. 6. P. huḍati, to collect, accumulate (= √huṇḍ) Dhātup. xxviii, 102
• to dive, sink, be submerged ib.
• cl. 1. P. hoḍati, to go (= √hoḍ, hūḍ) ib. ix, 70
≫ huḍa
huḍa m. a ram L. VarBṛS. (v. l.)
• a partic. implement of war MBh.
• a bar or iron rod for keeping out thieves MW.
• (accord. to some) a place for voiding excrement ib.
⋙ huḍaromāśrayaphalā
○româśraya-phalā f. a kind of shrub L.
≫ huḍu
huḍu m. a ram L.
huḍuk ind. an onomat. sound Sarvad.
⋙ huḍukkāra
○kāra m. (with Pāśupatas) a kind of chuckling ib.
≫ huḍukka
huḍukka m. a kind of rattle or small drum L.
• a kind of bird in rut (Gallinula Madraspatana, = dātyūha) L.
• a drunken man L.
• a stick or staff bound with iron L.
• the bar or bolt of a door L.
• (ā), f. a kind of drum Saṃgīt.
⋙ huḍukkahikkā
○hikkā f. the sound of a little hand-drum L.
≫ huḍut
huḍut ind. = -huḍuk KāśīKh.
• the noise of a bull L.
⋙ huḍutkāra
○kāra m. = huḍuk-k○ KāśīKh.
≫ huḍum
huḍum = huḍut (in huḍuṃ-kṛtya) ib.
≫ huḍumba
huḍumba m. = bhraṣṭa-cipiṭa L.
≫ huḍḍuka
huḍḍuka v. l. for huḍukka
huṇa m. N. of Vishṇu L.
huṇḍ cl. 1. Ā. huṇḍate (accord. to Pāṇ. 7-1, 58 Sch., also huṇḍati), to collect, accumulate Dhātup. viii, 16
• to select, choose, take (cf. √bhuṇḍ) ib. 24 (v. l.)
≫ huṇḍa
huṇḍa m. a ram (cf. huḍa) KāśīKh.
• a tiger L.
• a village hog L.
• a blockhead L.
• a Rākshasa L.
• (prob.) an ear (of corn) Siṃhâs.
• (pl.) N. of a people (v. l. pauṇḍra) MBh.
• (ā), f. crackling (of fire), Kāśikh. Sch.
≫ huṇḍana
huṇḍana m. N. of one of Śiva's attendants (cf. vi-huṇḍana) KāśīKh.
• n. becoming benumbed or paralyzed Car.
⋙ huṇḍaneśa
huṇḍanêśa m. N. of Śiva KāśīKh.
≫ huṇḍi
huṇḍi m. or f. a heap or lump of rice (= piṇḍita odanaḥ) L.
huṇḍikā f. (Pers. ?) a bill of exchange, bond Rājat.
• assignment or order (for the maintenance of soldiers) ib.
≫ huṇḍī
huṇḍī f. = prec. MW.
hun (only in 3. sg. Pot. hunet) = √1. hu, to sacrifice Pañcar. Hcat.
hum or hūm ind. an exclamation (of remembrance, doubt, interrogation, assent, anger, reproach, fear &c., not translatable)
• a mystical syllable used in spells and magical texts or sentences
• in Vedic ritual used immediately before the singing of the Prastāva or prelude as well as during the chanting of the Pratihāra or response ŚrS. MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ humphaḍanta
○phaḍ-anta m. pl. (scil. mantrāḥ) mystical texts ending in the exclamations hum and phaṭ MW.
≫ huṃ
huṃ in comp. for hum
⋙ huṃhuṃkāra
○huṃ-kāra m. the exclamation huṃ-hum Lalit.
⋙ huṃkāra
○kāra m. the sound hum (esp. expressive of menace or contempt &c. ; also applied to the trumpeting of an elephant, to the roaring or grunting &c. of other animals, to the twang of a bow &c.) MBh. R. &c
• (ā), f. N. of a Yoginī Hcat.
• (ī), f. id. or N. of a similar being Pañcad.
-garbha mfn. filled with groaning or menacing sounds MW.
-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat.
⋙ huṃkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti (ind. p. -kṛtya), to utter the sound hum, to hum ŚārṅgP.
• to address roughly Yājñ.
• to utter a sound of disgust at (acc.) Car.: Caus. -kārayati, to give vent to one's anger MBh.
⋙ huṃkṛta
○kṛta mfn. roaring, bellowing, bleating VarBṛS.
• addressed roughly (v. l. hūṃ-kṛta) MBh.
• uttered with a mystical sound, pronounced as an incantation MW.
• n. an exclamation of anger R. BhP.
• roar (of thunder), lowing (of a cow) &c. Kāv.
• an incantation MW.
humāuṃ m. Humāyūn (emperor) Inscr.
humbhā f. = hambhā R. (B.)
hummā ind. an interjection in a Sāman PañcavBr. [Page 1301, Column 3]
huriñjaka m. N. of a mixed tribe (the son of a Nishāda and a Kavaṭī) L.
hurúk ind. = hiruk RV. ix, 77, 5
huruṭṭaka m. a kind of curved bolt or iron hook (for elephants) L.
huruṣkara m. pl. = yavana L.
hurch (or hūrch, prob. connected with √hvṛ), cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. vii, 31) hū́rchati (pf. juhūrcha fut. hūrchitā &c., Gr.), to go crookedly, creep stealthily, totter, fall
• to fall off from (abl.) MaitrS. Kāṭh.: Caus. hūrchayati, to cause to fall from (abl.) Kāṭh.
≫ huraś
huraś in comp. for huras
⋙ huraścit
○cit mfn. lurking surreptitiously, going crookedly, a deceiver, thief RV.
≫ huras
hurás ind. surreptitiously, stealthily, secretly ib.
≫ hūrchana
hūrchana n. going crookedly, crookedness, cunning Dhātup.
≫ hūrchita
hūrchita or mfn. (p.p.) gone crookedly, Gr
⋙ hūrṇa
hūrṇa mfn. (p.p.) gone crookedly, Gr
≫ hūrchitṛ
hūrchitṛ mfn. one who goes crookedly &c. ib.
hul cl. 1. P. holati, to go Dhātup. xx, 14
• to cover, conceal ib.
• to kill ib.
≫ hula
hula m. a partic. kind of warlike implement (cf. huḍa) MBh.
• n. a double-edged knife with two sharp edges L.
⋙ hulamātrikā
○mātrikā f. a long dagger L.
⋙ hulāgrakā
hulâgrakā f. a kind of weapon L.
≫ huluhula
huluhula mfn. (fr. √hul) L.
hulahulī f. inarticulate sounds made by women on joyful occasions (= mukhaghaṇṭā) L.
≫ hulihulī
hulihulī f. nuptial music L.
• roaring, howling Mṛicch. viii, 28/29
≫ huluhulu
huluhulu ind. an exclamation of joy L.
huliṅga m. N. of a country belonging to Śālva in Madhya-deśa L.
hulu m. a ram (cf. huḍu) L.
hulla n. (in music) a kind of dance Saṃgīt.
hullura m. N. of a king of the Nāgas. Kāraṇḍ.
huvádhyai huvāná, See √hve
huvanya Nom. P. ○yati (prob. fr. huvana = havana), to call, cry RV.
huvā ind. an exclamation MBh.
huviṣka m. N. of a king Inscr.
huṣka m. N. of a king Rājat.
⋙ huṣkapura
○pura n. the town founded by king Hushka ib.
huṣṭuta m. a sword with irregular longitudinal white marks L.
huss ind. an exclamation JaimUp.
huhava or huhuva m. a partic. hell (cf. hahava) Divyâv.
huhu or huhū or hūhu or hūhū m. (nom. huhūs gen. huhos), N. of a Gandharva ŚāṅkhŚr. MBh. &c
hū 1
weak form of √hve, p. 1308
≫ hū 2
mfn. calling, invoking ( See indra-, deva-, pitṛ-hū &c.)
hū 3
ind. an exclamation of contempt, grief &c. (hū hū, the yelling of a jackal VarBṛS.)
⋙ hūrava
○rava m. 'making the sound ', a jackal L.
hūṃ-kāra hūṃ-kṛti, See under hum, col. 2
≫ hūṃhūṃkārapāra
hūṃhūṃkāra-pāra or m. N. of Śiva MBh.
⋙ hūṃhūṃkārapriya
hūṃhūṃkāra-priya m. N. of Śiva MBh.
hūḍ (cf. √hruḍ, huḍ, hoḍ &c.), cl. 1. P. hūḍati, to go Dhātup. ix, 68
hūṇa m. pl. N. of a barbarous people, the Huns (sg. = a king of the Huns) Inscr. Buddh. MBh. &c
• N. of a family Cat.
• of a people living in Bhārata-varsha MW.
hūta hūti, See √hve, p. 1308. [Page 1302, Column 1]
hūna m. (often incorrectly for hūṇa) a kind of gold coin current in the kingdom of Mādra (commonly called a Pagoda and worth about 8 shillings) MW.
hūm ind. an exclamation or interjection &c
• See hum
hūmpha (of unknown meaning) Pañcad.
hūya See deva- and pitṛ-hū́ya
hūra-lopa (?), m. a humming sound made for lulling children to sleep Vās. Sch.
hū-rava See under 3. , p. 1301
hūra-hūṇa m. N. of a people Vās., Introd
hūrā See hara and hāra-hūrā
hūrch See √hurch, p. 1301
hūrṇi m. or f. (fr. √hṛ ?) a small stream, channel L.
hūluṇṭa m. N. of a serpent-demon Buddh.
hūṣka-pura incorrect for huṣkap○ (q.v.)
hūhū See huhu and 3. , p. 1301
hṛ 1
hṛ cl. 1. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxii, 2) hárati, ○te (once in RV. harmi, and once in Sch. on ĀpŚr. -jiharti ; pf. P. jahāra, jahártha, jahruḥ [-jaharuḥ ?] AV. &c. ; Ā. jahre Br. &c. ; aor. ahār, ahṛthās AV. Br. ; ahārṣīt RV. &c. &c. ; 3. pl. Ā. ahṛṣata RV. ; Prec. hriyāt, hṛṣīṣṭa Gr. ; fut. hartā Br. &c. ; hariṣyati, ○te ib. ; Cond. ahariṣyat ib. ; inf. hártum, ○tos, ○tave, ○tavaí ib. ;haritum R. ; ind. p. hṛtvā, -hā́ram Br. &c
-hṛ́tya AV. &c.), to take, bear, carry in or on (with instr.), carry, convey, fetch, bring RV. &c. &c
• to offer, present (esp. with balim) AV. &c. &c
• to take away, carry off, seize, deprive of, steal, rob ib.
• to shoot or cut or hew off, sever (the head or a limb) Mn. MBh. &c
• to remove, destroy, dispel, frustrate, annihilate ib.
• to turn away, avert (the face) Ratnâv. Śiś.
• Ā. (older and more correct than P.), to take to one's self, appropriate (in a legitimate way), come into possession of (acc.), receive (as an heir), raise (tribute), marry (a girl) ŚBr. GṛŚrS. &c
• to master, overpower, subdue, conquer, win, win over (also by bribing) Mn. MBh. &c
• to outdo, eclipse, surpass Bālar.
• to enrapture, charm, fascinate MBh. R. &c
• to withhold, withdraw, keep back, retain Yājñ. MBh. &c
• to protract, delay (with kālam, 'to gain time') AitBr. ĀśvŚr. Kathās.
• (in arithm.) to divide VarBṛS. Gol.: Pass. hriyáte (ep. also ○ti
• aor. ahāri), to be taken or seized &c. AV. &c. &c.: Caus. hārayati, ○te (aor. ajīharat
• Pass. hāryate), to cause to be taken or carried or conveyed or brought by (instr. or acc. ; cf. Pāṇ. 1-4, 53 Sch.) or to (dat.) Mn. MBh. &c
• to cause to be taken away, appropriate, seize, rob Kathās.
• to have taken from one's self, be deprived of, lose (esp. at play) Kāv. Kathās. ; (harayate), See pra-√hṛ
• (hārāpayati), to lose (at play) Pañcad.: Desid. jíhīrṣati, ○te (cf. jihīrṣā, ○ṣu), to wish to take to one's self or appropriate, covet, desire, long for AV. &c. &c
• (with kālam), to wish to gain time MBh.: Intens. jehrīyate ;jarharīti, [jar˘IharIti], jarharti, [jar˘Iharti] (cf. saṃ-√hṛ), Gr. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [1302, 1]
≫ hara
⋙ haraka
⋙ haraṇa
haraṇa &c. See p. 1289
≫ hṛt
hṛt mfn. (only ifc.) bringing, carrying, carrying away, seizing &c. ( See bali-, taila-, pāpa, -bhayahṛt &c.)
≫ hṛta
hṛtá mfn. taken, taken away, seized (often ibc. = 'deprived or bereft of', 'having lost', '-less')
• ravished, charmed, fascinated Ratnâv.
• n. a portion, share MW.
⋙ hṛtacandra
○candra mf(ā)n. bereft of the moon (lotus) Ragh.
⋙ hṛtajñāna
○jñāna mfn. bereft or void of knowledge MW.
⋙ hṛtadāra
○dāra mfn. bereft of one's wife R.
⋙ hṛtadravya
○dravya mfn. stripped of everything, deprived of one's property Nal.
⋙ hṛtadhana
○dhana mfn. spoiled of wealth MW.
⋙ hṛtaprasāda
○prasāda mfn. deprived of calmness ib.
⋙ hṛtamānasa
○mānasa mfn. deprived of mind, robbed of one's senses ib.
⋙ hṛtarājya
○rājya mfn. stripped of a kingdom MBh. [Page 1302, Column 2]
⋙ hṛtavāsas
○vāsas mfn. one whose dress is taken away, deprived of clothes ib.
⋙ hṛtavitta
○vitta mfn. = -dravya BhP.
⋙ hṛtaśiṣṭa
○śiṣṭa mfn. spared from pillage Daś.
⋙ hṛtasarvasva
○sarvasva mfn. robbed or stripped of all personal property, entirely ruined MBh.
⋙ hṛtasāra
○sāra mfn. robbed of the best part R.
⋙ hṛtādhikāra
hṛtâdhikāra mfn. deprived of an office or right, turned out Rājat.
⋙ hṛtottara
hṛtôttara mfn. deprived of an answer, left without a reply W.
⋙ hṛtottarīya
hṛtôttarīya mfn. stripped of upper garments MW.
⋙ hṛtoraga
hṛtôraga mfn. freed from or devoid of snakes ib.
≫ hṛti
hṛti f. taking away, seizure, robbery VarBṛS.
• undoing destruction (as opp. to kṛti) Vop.
• (in astron.) a portion or division (of a partic. side of a triangle on the celestial globe) Gaṇit.
hṛ 2
hṛ or hṝ, cl. 9. Ā. hṛṇīte (only p. hṛṇāná RV. i, 25, 2 &c
• Pot. [abhi-hRNIthAH] ib. viii, 2, 19, and [?] ahṛṇāt, ŚānkhBr. xxiii, 4), to be angry or wroth
≫ hṛṇāya
⋙ hṛṇāyati
hṛṇāḍyati (only p. ○yát), id. RV. i, 132, 4
≫ hṛṇāyu
hṛṇāyu See dur-hṛṇāyú
≫ hṛṇi
hṛṇi m. anger (= krodha) Naigh. ii, 13
• flaming (among the jvalato nāmadheyāni) ib. i, 17
≫ hṛṇiyā
hṛṇiyā or f. (only L.) censure, aversion
⋙ hṛṇīyā
hṛṇīyā f. (only L.) censure, aversion
• shame, bashfulness
≫ hṛṇīya
hṛṇīya Nom. Ā. ○yate (only in hṛṇīyathās [SV. for hṛṇīthāḥ RV.
• See above under √2. hṛ] and hṛṇīyamāna [cf. á-hṛ○] RV.), to be angry
hṛ́d n. (optionally substituted for hṛdaya in the weak cases, i.e. in all except the first five inflexions
• thought to be connected with śrad q.v.) the heart (as the seat of feelings and emotions), soul, mind (as seat of thought and intellectual operations
hṛdy avedin, 'having no capacity of knowledge in the heart or mind', said of animals), breast, chest, stomach, interior (also in older language, 'interior of the body') RV. &c. &c. [Cf. Gk. ?, ? ; Lat. cor [1302, 2] (cordis) ; Germ. ḥerś ; Eng. heart.]
⋙ hṛdambhoja
○ambhoja n. a lotus-like heart Kathās.
⋙ hṛdāmaya
○āmaya m. sickness of heart Car.
⋙ hṛdāvarta
○āvarta m. a curl or lock of hair on a horse's chest L.
⋙ hṛdutkleda
○utkleda or m. sickness of heart or stomach, nausea Suśr.
⋙ hṛdutkleśa
○utkleśa m. sickness of heart or stomach, nausea Suśr.
⋙ hṛdga
○ga mf(ā)n. reaching up to the breast (as water) Mn. ii, 62
⋙ hṛdgata
○gata mfn. gone to or being in the hṭheart MBh. R. &c
• cherished, dear, pleasant, agreeable ib.
• come to mind, conceived, designed W.
• n. design, meaning, intent ib.
⋙ hṛdgada
○gada m. = -āmaya L.
⋙ hṛdgama
○gama mfn. going to the heart Saṃskārak.
⋙ hṛdgola
○gola m. N. of a mountain Pāṇ. 4-3, 91 Sch.
○līya n. pl. the inhabitants of the above inṭinhabitants ib.
⋙ hṛdgrantha
○grantha m. = -vraṇa L.
⋙ hṛdgraha
○graha m. 'heart-seizure', spasm of the heart Car.
⋙ hṛdghaṭana
○ghaṭana n. a partic. disease of the heart (perhaps wṛ. for -ghaṭṭana) ib.
⋙ hṛddāha
○dāha m. heart-burning ib.
⋙ hṛddeśa
○deśa m. the region of the heart W.
⋙ hṛddyota
○dyotá m. an internal disease AV.
-bheṣajá n. a remedy against intṭinternal disease ib.
⋙ hṛddyotana
○dyótana mfn. (cf. √3. dyut) breaking or crushing the heart ib.
⋙ hṛddrava
○drava m. too rapid throbbing of the hṭheart, too quick pulsation Car.
⋙ hṛddvāra
○dvāra n. the entrance into the hṭheart, AmṛitUp
⋙ hṛddhātrī
○dhātrī f. a partic. medicament (prob. wṛ. for bṛhad-dh○) L.
⋙ hṛddhita
○dhita mfn. (for -hita), beneficial to the heart or stomach L.
⋙ hṛdbala
○balá mfn. subduing (i.e. hitting) the heart (said of a bow) AV.
⋙ hṛdbhedatantra
○bheda-tantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ hṛdruj
○ruj f. a kind of disease L.
• heart-ache (lit. and fig.), sorrow, grief BhP.
⋙ hṛdroga
○rogá m. (for hṛdroga See s.v.) id. RV. Suśr. VarBṛS. &c
-pratikāra m. N. of wk
-vairin m. 'hostile to heart-ache', Pentaptera Arjuna L.
○gin mfn. suffering from heart-ache Suśr.
⋙ hṛdvaktrāvartin
○vaktrâvartin mfn. having a curl or lock of hair on the chest and head (as a horse) L.
⋙ hṛdvaṇṭaka
○vaṇṭaka m. 'dividing the heart or chest', the stomach L.
⋙ hṛdvartin
○vartin mfn. dwelling in the hṭheart Jain.
⋙ hṛdvidāha
○vidāha m. = -dāha Car.
⋙ hṛdvyathā
○vyathā f. beating of the heart Vāgbh.
⋙ hṛdvraṇa
○vraṇa m. a heart-wound, heart-sore L.
≫ hṛc
hṛc in comp. for hṛd
⋙ hṛcchaya
○chaya mfn. (for -śaya) lying or abiding in the heart (with muniḥ-purāṇaḥ, 'the eternal Monitor in the heart', i.e. 'the conscience') MBh. BhP.
• m. 'heart-dweller', Kāma-deva or love ib.
-pīḍita mfn. tormented by love, love-sick MBh.
-vardhana mfn. augmenting love ib.
○yâviṣṭa-cetana mfn. having a heart penetrated by love ib.
⋙ hṛcchūla
○chūla m. n. (for -śūla) hṭheart-pain, (prob.) spasm of the heart Car. Suśr.
⋙ hṛcchoka
○choka m. (for -śoka) heartache, sorrow, grief, a pang AV. Paipp
⋙ hṛcchoṣa
○choṣa m. (for -śoṣa) internal dryness Suśr.
≫ hṛj
hṛj in comp. for hṛd
⋙ hṛjja
○ja mfn. arisen or being in the heart L. [Page 1302, Column 3]
≫ hṛt
hṛt in comp. for hṛd
⋙ hṛtkamala
○kamala See śiro-hṛ○
⋙ hṛtkampa
○kampa m. heart-throb, palpitation L.
⋙ hṛttas
○tás ind. from the heart RV.
⋙ hṛttāpa
○tāpa m. heart-pain, a pang MBh. BhP.
⋙ hṛttoṣaṇī
○toṣaṇī f. N. of a poem
⋙ hṛtpaṅkaja
○paṅkaja n. the heart compared to a lotus-flower Bhag.
⋙ hṛtpati
○pati m. the lord of hearts BhP.
⋙ hṛtpadma
○padma n. = -paṅkaja Kathās.
⋙ hṛtpiṇḍa
○piṇḍa n. 'heart-mass', the hṭheart W.
⋙ hṛtpīḍana
○pīḍana n. or oppression of the hṭheart Suśr.
⋙ hṛtpīḍā
○pīḍā f. oppression of the heart Suśr.
⋙ hṛtpuṇḍarīka
○puṇḍarīka or n. = -paṅkaja Up.
⋙ hṛtpuṣkara
○puṣkara n. = -paṅkaja Up.
⋙ hṛtpratiṣṭha
○prátiṣṭha mfn. standing or dwelling in the heart VS.
⋙ hṛtpriya
○priya mfn. dear to the heart L.
⋙ hṛtstambha
○stambha m. paralysis of the hṭheart Car.
⋙ hṛttha
○tha mfn. standing or abiding in the hṭheart Bhag.
⋙ hṛtsphoṭa
○sphoṭa m. breaking of the heart, broken heart Kathās.
• (am), ind. (to die) of a broken heart Prab.
≫ hṛtsv
hṛtsv (for hṛtsu loc. pl. of hṛd) in comp
⋙ hṛtsvas
○ás mfn. (fr. √2. as) throwing into the heart RV.
⋙ hṛtsvāśaya
○āśaya m. 'dwelling in the hearts', N. of a preceptor (having the patr. āllakeya) JaimUp.
≫ hṛda
hṛda = hṛd (in su-hṛda, q.v.)
≫ hṛdaṃsani
hṛdaṃ-sáni mfn. (fr. acc. of prec. or of a masc. or fem. hṛd) winning the heart of (gen.) RV. (others 'giving heart to', 'encouraging', 'inspiring')
≫ hṛdaya
hṛ́daya n. (ifc. f. ā) the heart (or region of the heart as the seat of feelings and sensations
hṛdaye-√kṛ, 'to take to heart'), soul, mind (as the seat of mental operations
capala-hṛdaya, 'fickleminded') RV. &c. &c
• the heart or interior of the body RV. AV. TBr. MBh.
• the heart or centre or core or essence or best or dearest or most secret part of anything AV. &c. &c
• true or divine knowledge MW.
• the Veda ib.
• science ib.
• (with prajāpateḥ) N. of a Sāman IndSt.
• m. a partic. Sunday BhavP.
• (ā), f. N. of a mare Hariv.
• mfn. going to the heart BhāgP. (fr. hṛd + aya Sch.)
⋙ hṛdayakampa
○kampa m. tremor or throb of the heart, palpitation MW.
⋙ hṛdayakampana
○kampana mfn. stirring or agitating the heart MBh.
• n. throbbing or palpitation of the heart MW.
⋙ hṛdayaklama
○klama m. weakness of the hṭheart Suśr.
⋙ hṛdayakṣobha
○kṣobha m. agitation of the hṭheart Veṇis.
⋙ hṛdayagata
○gata mfn. dwelling in the hṭheart VP.
⋙ hṛdayagranthi
○granthi m. 'heart-knot', anything which binds the soul or grieves the heart Vedântas. BhP.
⋙ hṛdayagraha
○graha m. seizure or spasm of the heart Car.
⋙ hṛdayagrāha
○grāha m. learning the secret of (gen.) MārkP.
⋙ hṛdayagrāhaka
○grāhaka mfn. seizing i.e. convincing the mind Jātakam.
⋙ hṛdayagrāhin
○grāhin mfn. captivating the hṭheart R. Kir.
⋙ hṛdayaṃgama
○ṃ-gama mf(ā)n. touching the hṭheart MBh. R. &c
• coming from the heart (-tā f.) Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ hṛdayacandra
○candra m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ hṛdayacora
○cora or m. a stealer of hearts Hcar.
⋙ hṛdayacaura
○caura m. a stealer of hearts Hcar.
⋙ hṛdayacchid
○cchid mfn. heart-piercing MBh. R.
⋙ hṛdayaja
○já mfn. belonging or corresponding to the interior TBr.
• m. 'heart-born', a son BhP.
⋙ hṛdayajña
○jña mfn. knowing i.e. agreeing with the heart ChUp.
• (ifc.) knowing the secret of (-tva n.) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
⋙ hṛdayajvara
○jvara m. anguish of heart, Veṇis
⋙ hṛdayadatta
○datta m. N. of a lawyer Cat.
⋙ hṛdayadarpaṇa
○darpaṇa m. N. of a rhet. wk
⋙ hṛdayadāhin
○dāhin mfn. heart-burning Bhartṛ.
⋙ hṛdayadīpa
○dīpa or m. N. of a glossary of materia medica by Vopadeva
⋙ hṛdayadīpaka
○dīpaka m. N. of a glossary of materia medica by Vopadeva
⋙ hṛdayadūta
○dūta m. N. of a poem by Hari-hara Bhaṭṭa
⋙ hṛdayadeśa
○deśa m. the region of the heart GṛŚrS.
⋙ hṛdayadaurbalya
○daurbalya n. weakness of hṭheart, faintheartedness Bhag.
⋙ hṛdayadrava
○drava m. too rapid throbbing of the heart Car.
⋙ hṛdayadhara
○dhara m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ hṛdayanarapati
○narapati m. N. of a king Inscr.
⋙ hṛdayanātha
○nātha m. (with śarman) N. of an author
⋙ hṛdayanārāyaṇadeva
○nārāyaṇa-deva m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hṛdayapīḍā
○pīḍā f. = hṛt-p○ Suśr.
⋙ hṛdayapuṇḍarīka
○puṇḍarīka n. = hṛt-p○ Sarvad.
⋙ hṛdayapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. pulsation or beating of the heart Gobh. Sch.
⋙ hṛdayaprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ hṛdayaprabodha
○prabodha m. N. of wks
⋙ hṛdayapramāthin
○pramāthin mfn. agitating or disturbing the heart Mālav.
⋙ hṛdayaprastara
○prastara mfn. stone-hearted, cruel Śak.
⋙ hṛdayapriya
○priya mf(ā)n. dear to the heart, beloved Hit.
• pleasant, dainty (as food) Suśr.
⋙ hṛdayabandhana
○bandhana mfn. captivating or winning the heart Bcar.
⋙ hṛdayabodhikā
○bodhikā f. N. of wk
⋙ hṛdayarajju
○rajju f. (in geom.) the semidiameter of a circle in contact with the angles of a trapezium Col.
⋙ hṛdayarāma
○rāma m. (also with dīkṣita, deva, and miśra) N. of various authors &c. Cat.
⋙ hṛdayaroga
○roga m. heart-disease Pāṇ. 6-3, 51
⋙ hṛdayalekha
○lekha m. 'heart-impression', knowledge MW.
• 'heart-furrow', anxiety (cf. hṛl-l○) ib.
⋙ hṛdayalehya
○lehya mfn. to be 'licked' i. e. enjoyed by the heart, delightful, Pracaṇḍ
⋙ hṛdayavat
○vat mfn. having a heart, tender-hearted, kind W.
⋙ hṛdayavallabha
○vallabha m. the beloved of the heart, Ratnâv.
⋙ hṛdayavirodha
○virodha m. oppression of the hṭheart Car.
⋙ hṛdayavṛtti
○vṛtti f. disposition or inclination of heart Bhartṛ.
⋙ hṛdayavedhin
○vedhin mfn. heart-piercing MW.
⋙ hṛdayavyathā
○vyathā f. heart-pang, mental anguish MBh.
⋙ hṛdayavyādhi
○vyādhi m. heart-ache (lit. and fig.) Kshem.
⋙ hṛdayaśalya
○śalya n. a thorn or wound in the heart MW.
⋙ hṛdayaśūla
○śūlá m. a spit for roasting the heart of a victim (also applied to the act of roasting [Page 1303, Column 1]
○lânta m. 'the end of the act of roasting'
• mfn. 'ending with it') TS. ŚBr. GṛŚrS.
⋙ hṛdayaśaithilya
○śaithilya n. faintheartedness, depression BhP.
⋙ hṛdayaśoka
○śoka m. heart-sorrow, a pang of grief Pāṇ. 6-3, 51
⋙ hṛdayaśoṣaṇa
○śoṣaṇa mfn. hṭheart-withering MW.
⋙ hṛdayaśriṣ
○śríṣ mfn. clinging to or laying hold of the heart AV.
⋙ hṛdayasaṃsarga
○saṃsarga m. union of hṭheart ĀpGṛ.
⋙ hṛdayasaṃghaṭṭa
○saṃghaṭṭa m. paralysis of the heart Campak.
⋙ hṛdayasaṃdhi
○saṃdhi m. a place of juncture of the heart Suśr.
⋙ hṛdayasaṃnihita
○saṃnihita mfn. placed or deposited near the heart (voc. f. e, 'oh, beloved of my heart!') Śak.
⋙ hṛdayasammita
○sammita mfn. breasthigh, as high as the heart ŚāṅkhŚr.
⋙ hṛdayasāhi
○sāhi m. N. of a king Cat.
⋙ hṛdayastha
○stha mfn. being in the heart (as wishes) Pañcat.
• being in the body (as worms) Suśr.
⋙ hṛdayasthalī
○sthalī f. 'heart-region', the breast Dharmaś.
⋙ hṛdayasthāna
○sthāna n. id. L.
⋙ hṛdayasthāyin
○sthāyin mfn. being in the interior of the body Car.
⋙ hṛdayaspṛś
○spṛś mfn. touching (the region of) the heart Gobh.
⋙ hṛdayahārin
○hārin mfn. ravishing or fascinating the heart Rājat. Śārṅg.
⋙ hṛdayākāśa
hṛdayâkāśa m. the hollow or cavity of the heart, IndSt
⋙ hṛdayāgra
hṛdayâgra mfn. having the heart as its point JaimUp.
⋙ hṛdayātman
hṛdayâtman m. a heron L.
⋙ hṛdayānanda
hṛdayânanda m. (with vidyâlaṃ-kāra) 'heart's joy', N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hṛdayānuga
hṛdayânuga mf(ā)n. gratifying the hṭheart Kām.
⋙ hṛdayābharaṇa
hṛdayâbharaṇa m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hṛdayāmaya
hṛdayâmayá m. = hṛd-ām○ AV.
⋙ hṛdayāmbuja
hṛdayâmbuja n. = hṛt-paṅkaja Jain.
⋙ hṛdayārāma
hṛdayârāma m. N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hṛdayārṇava
hṛdayârṇava m. a partic. mixture L.
⋙ hṛdayāvagāḍha
hṛdayâvagāḍha mfn. plunged into the hṭheart Bcar.
⋙ hṛdayāvarjaka
hṛdayâvarjaka mfn. winning the hṭheart of any one Rājat.
⋙ hṛdayāvidh
hṛdayā-vídh mfn. heart-piercing RV. Bhaṭṭ.
• sore in heart AV.
⋙ hṛdayeśa
hṛdayêśa m. 'heart's-lord', a husband Kāv.
• N. of a king Inscr.
• (ā), f. a mistress, wife L.
⋙ hṛdayeśvara
hṛdayêśvara m. = ○yêśa Kāv. Inscr.
⋙ hṛdayodaṅka
hṛdayôdaṅka m. upheaving the heart MW.
• mfn. heart-disturbing ib.
⋙ hṛdayodvartana
hṛdayôdvartana m. 'hṭheart-splitting', N. of a demon Hariv.
⋙ hṛdayodveṣṭana
hṛdayôdveṣṭana n. contraction of the heart Suśr.
⋙ hṛdayonmādakara
hṛdayônmāda-kara mfn. bewitching hearts Bcar.
⋙ hṛdayonmādinī
hṛdayônmādinī f. (in music) a partic. Śruti Saṃgīt.
⋙ hṛdayopakartin
hṛdayôpakartin mfn. suffering from a partic. heart-disease Car.
⋙ hṛdayopalepa
hṛdayôpalepa m
⋙ hṛdayopasaraṇa
hṛdaḍyôpasaraṇa n. N. of partic. diseases of the heart Car.
⋙ hṛdayaupaśa
hṛdayâupaśá m. a partic. fleshy part of the heart VS.
• (du.) heart and pericardium TS. (cf. Sch.)
≫ hṛdayālu
hṛdayālu mfn. tender-hearted, warm-hearted, affectionate Pāṇ. 5-2, 122 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
⋙ hṛdayāvin
hṛdaḍyāvin mfn. id. (in Veda) ib. Vārtt. 1 Pat.
≫ hṛdayika
hṛdayika mfn. good-hearted, warm-hearted, hearty Pāṇ. 5-2, 122 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
≫ hṛdayitnu
hṛdayitnu mfn. Vop. xxvi, 166
≫ hṛdayin
hṛdayin mfn. having a heart, tender-hearted, hearty Pāṇ. 5-2, 122 Vārtt. 5 Pat.
≫ hṛdayeśaya
hṛdaye-śaya mfn. (loc. of hṛdaya + ś○) lying or being in the heart, inward (as anger) R.
≫ hṛdayya
hṛdayyá mf(ā)n. being in the heart, heart-felt RV. AV.
• dear to the heart BhP.
≫ hṛdi
hṛdi (loc. of hṛd), in comp
⋙ hṛdiśaya
○śaya mfn. lying or remaining in the heart MBh.
⋙ hṛdistha
○stha mfn. being in the heart ŚvetUp. Suśr. &c
• beloved, dear R. BhP.
⋙ hṛdispṛś
○spṛ́ś mfn. touching the heart, charming, lovely RV. ĀśvŚr. BhP.
⋙ hṛdispṛśa
○spṛśa mfn. id. BhP.
≫ hṛdika
hṛdika m. N. of the father of Kṛita-varman (cf. hārdikya) MBh.
≫ hṛdīka
hṛdīka m. = prec. BhP.
≫ hṛdya
hṛ́dya mf(ā)n. being in the heart, internal, inward, inmost, innermost RV.
• pleasing or dear to the heart, beloved, cherished RV. TBr. BhP.
• grateful, pleasant, charming, lovely Mn. MBh. &c
• pleasant to the stomach savoury, dainty (as food) ib.
• proceeding from or produced in the heart. L.
• m. the wood-apple tree L.
• a Vedic Mantra employed to effect the subjection of an enemy or rival L.
• (ā), f. a partic. medicinal √(= vṛddhi) L.
• red arsenic L.
• a she-goat L.
• (am), n. white cumin L.
• the aromatic bark of Laurus Cassia L.
• thick sour milk L.
• intoxicating drink made from honey or the blossoms of Bassia Latifolia L.
⋙ hṛdyagandha
○gandha mfn. smelling sweet, fragrant Suśr.
• m. the Bilva tree L.
• (ā), f. Jasminum Grandiflorum L.
• (am), n. small cumin L.
• sochal salt L.
⋙ hṛdyagandhaka
○gandhaka n. a kind of salt (= sauvarcala) L.
⋙ hṛdyagandhi
○gandhi m. small cumin L.
⋙ hṛdyatama
○tama mfn. most pleasant or dear to the heart MBh.
⋙ hṛdyatara
○tara mfn. more pleasant or lovely MBh.
⋙ hṛdyatā
○tā f
⋙ hṛdyatva
○tva n. heartiness, cordiality, agreeableness, delightfulness Suśr. Kām. Jātakam.
⋙ hṛdyāṃśu
hṛdyâṃśu m. 'pleasant-rayed', the moon L.
≫ hṛdyota
⋙ hṛdyotana
hṛdyoḍtana See hṛd-dy○
≫ hṛn
hṛn comp. for hṛd
⋙ hṛnmantra
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⋙ hṛnmoha
○moha m. (prob.) contraction or oppression of the heart Car.
≫ hṛl
hṛl in comp. for hṛd
⋙ hṛllāsa
○lāsa or m
⋙ hṛllāsaka
○lāḍsaka m
⋙ hṛllāsikā
○lāḍsikā f. palpitation of heart (accord. to some also 'hiccup') Mālatīm. Suśr. Car.
⋙ hṛllekha
○lekha m. 'heartfurrow', anxiety of the mind, disquietude (accord. to some also ā f.) MBh.
• 'heart-impression', knowledge, reasoning W.
hṛdroga m. (fr. Gk. ?
• for hṛd-roga See p. [1303, 2] 1302, col. 2) the zodiacal sign Aquarius VarBṛS.
hṛd-vartin &c. See p. 1302, col. 2
hṛllakālola m. N. of a Rākshasa Vcar.
hṛṣ cl. 1. P. Ā. hárṣati, ○te fr. P. only p. hárṣat), to be excited or impatient, rejoice in the prospect of, be anxious or impatient for (dat.) RV.
• to speak or affirm falsely, lie Dhātup. xvii, 59 ; cl. 4. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 119) hṛṣyati (ep. and m. c. also ○te ; pf. jaharṣa, jahṛṣuḥ ; jahṛṣe, ○ṣire MBh. &c. ; aor. ahṛṣat ib. ; fut. harṣitā, harṣiṣyati Gr. ; inf. harṣitum ib.
• ind. p. -hṛṣya MBh. &c.), to thrill with rapture, rejoice, exult, be glad or pleased PārGṛ. Mn. MBh. &c
• to become sexually excited Suśr.
• to become erect or stiff or rigid, bristle (said of the hairs of the body &c.), become on edge (like the teeth) MBh. BhP.: Pass. hṛṣyate (aor. aharṣi), Gr.: Caus. harṣáyati, ○te (aor. ajīhṛṣat, or ajaharṣat), to excite, make impatient or eager for (victory &c.) RV. &c. &c
• to rejoice, be glad Mn. MBh.
• to cause to bristle Cat.: Desid. jiharṣiṣati Gr.: Intens. jarīhṛṣyate, jarharṣṭi &c. (Ved. forms jarhṛṣanta, járhṛṣāṇa and jāhṛṣāṇá), to be impatient or excited RV. VS. ĀśvŚr.
• to excite violently RV. [Cf. Lat. horreo for horseo.]
≫ harṣa
⋙ harṣaka
harṣaka &c. See p. 1292
≫ hṛṣi
hṛṣi mf. joy, satisfaction L.
• splendour L.
• a liar L.
• m. du. Agni and Soma L.
⋙ hṛṣīkeśa
hṛṣīkeśa See below under hṛṣīka
⋙ hṛṣīvat
hṛ́ṣī-vat mfn. full of joy, glad, happy RV.
≫ hṛṣita
hṛṣitá mfn. cheerful, glad, happy RV. MBh.
• bristling, erect (as the hair of the body) MBh.
• not drooping, fresh (as flowers) MBh.
• dulled, blunted, set on edge (= pratihata) Pat. on Pāṇ. 7-2, 29
• surprised, astonished (= vismita) ib.
• bent, bowed (= praṇata) L.
• armed, accoutred (= varmita) L.
⋙ hṛṣitasragrajohīna
○srag-rajo-hīna mfn. having fresh garlands and free from dust Nal.
≫ hṛṣīka
hṛṣīka n. (cf. Uṇ. iv, 27) an organ of sense Hariv. BhP.
⋙ hṛṣīkanātha
○nātha m. 'lord of the senses', N. of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa Pañcar.
⋙ hṛṣīkeśa
hṛṣīkêśa m. (perhaps = hṛṣī-keśa, cf. hṛṣī-vat above), id. (-tva n.) MBh. Hariv. &c
• N. of the tenth month VarBṛS.
• of a Tīrtha Cat.
• of a poet ib.
• lord of the senses (said of Manas) BhP.
○śâśrama m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ hṛṣīkeśvara
hṛṣīkêśvara m. = hṛṣīkanātha BhP.
≫ hṛṣu
hṛṣu mfn. glad, happy L.
• telling lies L.
• m. Agni or fire L.
• the sun L.
• the moon L.
≫ hṛṣṭa
hṛṣṭa mfn. thrilling with rapture, rejoiced, pleased, glad, merry Mn. MBh. &c
• bristling, erect, standing on end (said of the hairs of the body) MBh. R. &c
• rigid, stiff Hariv.
• blunted (cf. hṛṣita) Pat.
• surprised, astonished ib.
⋙ hṛṣṭacitta
○citta (cf. Megh.),
⋙ hṛṣṭacetana
○cetana or (cf. R.), mfn. rejoiced in heart
⋙ hṛṣṭacetas
○cetas (cf. R.), mfn. rejoiced in heart
⋙ hṛṣṭatanu
○tanu mfn. = next BhP.
⋙ hṛṣṭatanūruha
○tanūruha mfn. = -roman MBh.
⋙ hṛṣṭatuṣṭa
○tuṣṭa mfn. pleased and satisfied Kāraṇḍ.
⋙ hṛṣṭapuṣṭa
○puṣṭa mfn. happy and wellfed
○ṭâṅga mfn. happy and fat (in body) Hit.
⋙ hṛṣṭamanas
○manas (cf. Pañcat.),
⋙ hṛṣṭamānasa
○mānasa (cf. MBh.), mfn. = -citta
⋙ hṛṣṭarūpa
○rūpa mfn. thrilling with happiness, in a happy or cheerful mood MBh.
⋙ hṛṣṭaroman
○roman mfn. having the hair of the body bristling or thrilling (with delight or rapture) Bhag.
• m. N. of an Asura Kathās.
⋙ hṛṣṭavat
○vat ind. cheerfully MBh.
⋙ hṛṣṭavadana
○vadana mfn. merry-faced, having a cheerful countenance MW.
⋙ hṛṣṭasaṃkalpa
○saṃkalpa mfn. pleased in mind, contented, glad MBh.
⋙ hṛṣṭahṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. joyous-hearted, light-hearted, happy W.
≫ hṛṣṭi
hṛṣṭi f. delight, joy, rapture Mālatīm.
• pride, arrogance L.
⋙ hṛṣṭiyoni
○yoni m. a kind of semi-impotent man (= īrṣyaka, q.v.) Bhpr.
≫ hṛṣyaka
hṛṣyaka f. (in music) a partic. Mūrchanā Saṃgīt. [Page 1303, Column 3]
⋙ hṛṣyajihva
hṛṣya-jihva n. a kind of leprosy (wṛ. for ṛśya-j○, q.v.) ŚārṅgS.
he ind. a vocative particle ('oh!' 'ho!' &c
• also said to express envy or ill-will or disapprobation) ŚBr. &c. &c
hekkā f. = hikkā, hiccup L.
heṭh (also written heṭ, heḍh), cl. 1, P. Ā. heṭhati, ○te, to be wicked
• vex, harass, hurt, injure Dhātup. viii, 13 ; ix, 35
• cl. 9. P. heṭhṇāti, See √heḍh: Caus. heṭhayati, vi-√heṭh
≫ heṭha
heṭha m. vexation, obstruction, hurt, injury L.
heḍ or heḻ (cf. √hel and √hīḍ), cl. 1. Ā. heḍate, heḻate, helate, to be or make angry or hostile (krudhyati-karman Naigh. ii, 14 ; only occurring in á-heḻat, ○lamāna, and ○ḻayat, qq. vv.)
• to act or treat carelessly or frivolously (anādare Dhātup. viii, 32 ; only in heḍamāna R. ; helamāna MBh. ; and Caus. helayati, ○te [cf. vi-√hel], pf. helayām-āsa ib.)
• cl. 1. P. heḍati (pf. jiheḍa &c., Gr.), to surround, clothe, attire Dhātup. xix, 16: Caus. heḍayati (aor. ajiheḍat or ajīhiḍat ; under.hīḍ), Gr
≫ heḍa
⋙ heḻa
héḻa m. anger, passion, hatred RV. AV.
⋙ heḍaja
○ja m. id. L.
≫ heḍana
⋙ heḻana
heḻana See deva-h○
≫ heḍas
⋙ heḻas
heḻas n. = heḍa RV. AV. VS.
≫ helana
helana &c. See p. 1305, col. 2
heḍāvuka (cf. Yājñ. Sch.) or ○vukka (cf. L.), m. a horse-dealer, horse-seller
heḍieva m. N. of a man Inscr.
heḍḍeśa-hari-hara m. N. of an author Cat.
heḍh (cf. Vop. heṭh), cl. 9. P. heḍhṇāti, or heṭhṇāti, to be born again Dhātup. xxi, 60
• to produce happiness or prosperity ib.
• to purify ib.
hetí f. (fr. √1. hi
• in later language also m. a missile weapon, any weapon (also personified) RV. &c. &c
• stroke, wound Sāy.
• Agni's weapon, flame, light MBh. Kāv. &c
• a ray of the sun L.
• rapid motion, shot, impact (of a bow-string) RV.
• an implement, instrument BhP.
• a young shoot or sprout L.
• m. N. of the first Rākshasa king (represented as occupying the Sun's chariot in the month Caitra or Madhu) R.
• of an Asura BhP.
⋙ hetimat
○mát mfn. armed with missiles, possessed of weapons AV.
• illuminated by the sun BhP.
⋙ hetimantra
○mantra m. N. of a Mantra Cat.
≫ hetika
hetika (ifc.) = heti (cf. śakti-, svadhiti-h○)
≫ hetu
hetú m. 'impulse', motive, cause, cause of, reason for (loc., rarely dat. or gen
hetunā, hetoḥ, hetave, hetau, 'for a cause or reason', 'by reason of', 'on account of' [with gen. or comp., e.g. mama hetoḥ or mad-dhetoḥ, 'on account of me']
kaṃ hetum or ko heṭuḥ, 'wherefore?' 'why?' Pāṇ. 2-2, 23 Pat.
yato hetoḥ, 'because'
anena hetunā or iti hetoḥ, 'for this reason'
mṛtyu-hetave, 'in order to kill'
hetur alaukikaḥ, 'a supernatural cause'
• ifc. hetu also = 'having as a cause or motive', 'caused or effected or actuated or attracted or impelled by', e.g. karma-hetu, 'caused by the acts of a former existence' Mn. i, 49
māṃsa-hetu, 'attracted by the smell of flesh' MBh. x, 496
karma-phala-hetu, 'impelled by the expectation of the consequences of any act' BhP. ii, 47 ; 49) RV. &c. &c
• a logical reason or dedaction or argument, the reason for an inference (esp. applied to the second member or Avayava of the five-membered syllogism, See nyāya) Nyāyad. IW. 61
• logic (in general, See hetuvidyā)
• (in gram.) the agent of the causal verb Pāṇ. 1-4, 55 &c
• (with Buddhists) primary cause (as opp. to pratyaya, q.v.) Sarvad.
• (with Paśupatas) that which causes the bondage of the soul, i.e. the external world and the senses ib.
• a means (hetubhiḥ ifc. 'by means of') MBh.
• mode, manner (hetubhiḥ ifc. 'according to') ib. Suśr. Yājñ.
• price, cost Rājat. v, 71
• condition MBh.
• (in rhet.) = kāvya-liṅga (q.v.) Bhar. Kpr. Sāh.
⋙ hetutā
○tā f
⋙ hetutva
○tva n. the state of being a hetu, causation, causativeness, existence of cause or motive Kāv. Kathās. Sarvad.
• (-tva) -khaṇḍana n. N. of wk
⋙ hetuduṣṭa
○duṣṭa mfn. inconvincible by reasons, unreasonable (said of persons) MBh.
⋙ hetudṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi f. examination of reasons, scepticism Lalit.
⋙ hetubalika
○balika mfn. strong in argument Sukh. i
⋙ hetumat
○mat mfn. having a reason or cause, proceeding from a cause
Pāṇ. Sāṃkhyak. Sarvad. [Page 1304, Column 1]
• accompanied with arguments, provided with reasons or proofs, well-founded Bhag. R. Bhāshāp.
• having the Hetu (or second Avayava of a syllogism) MW.
• controverted by arguments ib.
• open to argṭarguments, reasonable MBh.
⋙ hetumātratā
○mātra-tā f. the being a mere pretext Kathās.
⋙ hetumātramaya
○mātra-maya mf(ī)n. serving only as a pretext ib.
⋙ hetuyukta
○yukta mfn. provided with reasons, well-founded MBh.
⋙ heturūpaka
○rūpaka n. a metaphor accompanied with reasons (e.g. gāmbhīryeṇa samudro'si, 'because of thy profundity thou art a sea') Kāvyâd. ii, 83 ; 86
⋙ hetulakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. the characteristics of a Hetu
-ṭīkā f. -prakāśa m. -vivecana, n
○ṇâloka m. N. of wks
⋙ hetuvacana
○vacana n. a speech accompanied with arguments R.
⋙ hetuvāda
○vāda m. a statement of reasons or argṭarguments, assigning a cause, disputation MBh. R.
⋙ hetuvādika
○vādika or m. a disputant, sceptic MBh.
⋙ hetuvādin
○vādin m. a disputant, sceptic MBh.
⋙ hetuvidyā
○vidyā f. 'science of causes', dialectics, logic (also -śāstra) Daś. Buddh.
⋙ hetuviśeṣokti
○viśeṣôkti f. (in rhet.) a 'mention of difference' ( See viś○) accompanied with reasons Kāvyâd. ii, 328 ; 329
⋙ hetuśāstra
○śāstra n. (= -vidyā)
○trâśraya m. reliance on the science of dialectics Mn. ii, 12
⋙ hetuśūnya
○śūnya mfn. devoid of reason, unfounded Pratāp.
⋙ hetuśliṣṭa
○śliṣṭa n. ? (in rhet.) the combining of causes (a method of describing similarity by using epithets common to two objects) MW.
⋙ hetuhāni
○hāni f. omission of argument Kāvyâd. iii, 127
⋙ hetuhila
○hila n. a partic. high number Buddh.
⋙ hetuhetumadbhāva
○hetumad-bhāva m. the relation subsisting between cause and effect MW.
⋙ hetūtprekṣā
hetū7tprêkṣā (cf. Sāh.) or (cf. Kāvyâd.), f. a simile accompanied with reasons
⋙ hetūpamā
hetū7pamā (cf. Kāvyâd.), f. a simile accompanied with reasons
⋙ hetūpanyāsa
hetū7panyāsa m. the assignment of reasons or motives, statement of an argument MW.
≫ hetuka
hetuka mf(ī)n. (only ifc.) causing, effecting R. Suśr. Hit.
• caused or effected or conditioned by MBh. VarBṛS. &c
• destined for MBh. Sāṃkhyak.
• m. a cause, instrument, agent W.
• a logician MW.
• N. of an attendant of Śiva L.
• of a Buddha L.
• of a poet Cat.
≫ hetūkṛ
hetū-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make or consider anything a cause or motive &c. Sarvad.
≫ hetri
hétri or mfn. urging on, inciting, an inciter RV.
⋙ hetṛ
hetṛ́ mfn. urging on, inciting, an inciter RV.
≫ hetv
hetv in comp. for hetu
⋙ hetvantara
○antara n. another argument Car.
⋙ hetvapadeśa
○apadeśa m. the adducing or mentioning of a reason Nir.
• the second Avayava in a syllogism (cf. under hetu) MW.
⋙ hetvavadhāraṇa
○avadhāraṇa n. (in dram.) reasoning Bhar.
⋙ hetvākṣepa
○ākṣepa m. (in rhet.) an objection accompanied with reasons Kāvyâd. ii, 167 ; 168
⋙ hetvābhāsa
○ābhāsa m. (in logic) a mere appearance of a reason, fallacious semblance of an argument, fallacious middle term, fallacy (said to be of 5 kinds, viz. vyabhicāra or sa-vyobhicāra, viruddha, asiddha, sat-pratipakṣa, bādha or bādhita) Nyāyas. Tarkas. Sarvad.
• N. of various wks
-dīdhiti-ṭippaṇī f. -nirūpaṇa n. -pariṣkāra m. -rahasya n. -vyākhyā f. -sāmānyalakṣaṇa n. N. of wks
≫ hetva
hétva mfn. to be urged on or incited RV.
≫ heman 1
hemán n. impulse RV. ix, 97, 1 (cf. Sāy. 'gold')
• water Naigh. i, 12
≫ heya 3
heya mfn. (for 1. and 2. See p. 1296 and 1297), id. MW.
≫ haituka
haituka mf(ī)n. having a cause or reason, founded on some motive (in a-h○) Bhag. BhP.
• (ifc.) caused by, dependent on MBh. BhP.
• m. a reasoner, rationalist, sceptic, heretic (ī f.) Mn. Yājñ. MBh. &c
• a follower of the Mīmāṃsā doctrines W.
≫ haitukya
haitukya n. causality, causativeness (a-h○ n. absence of interested motives') MW.
heman 2
héman ( See himá and next), winter (only used in loc., 'in the winter') TS. Kāṭh. ŚBr.
≫ hemanta
hemantá m. winter, the cold season (comprising the two months Agra-hāyaṇa and Pausha, i.e. from middle of November to middle of January) RV. &c. &c
• (ī), f. id. L.
⋙ hemantaṛtuvarṇana
○ṛtu-varṇana n. 'description of the winter season', N. of wk
⋙ hemantajabdha
○jabdha (○tá-), mfn. swallowed by winter (i.e. 'hidden away or disappeared in winter') AV.
⋙ hemantanātha
○nātha m. 'lord of winter', the wood-apple tree (= kapittha) L.
⋙ hemantapratyavarohaṇa
○pratyavarohaṇa n. redescending into winter (a kind of ceremony) ĀpGṛ. Sch.
⋙ hemantamegha
○megha m. a winter-cloud Pañcat.
⋙ hemantaśiśira
○śiśirá m. du. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 48) winter and spring TS. ŚBr.
⋙ hemantasamaya
○samaya m. winter time Pañcat.
⋙ hemantasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a king of Karṇapura Cat.
⋙ hemantānila
hemantânila m. a winter wind Rājat. [Page 1304, Column 2]
⋙ hemantānta
hemantânta m. (only in loc. ○nte) the end of winter MBh.
≫ hemavala
hemavala n. a pearl (= hima-v○
next.) L.
≫ haima 1
haima mfn. wintry, brumal, caused or produced by snow or ice Ragh.
• covered with snow MBh.
• relating to or coming from the Himâlaya (as pearls) MBh. VarBṛS.
• m. N. of a mountain MBh.
• n. hoar-frost, dew W.
≫ haimana 1
haimaná mf(ī)n. relating or belonging or suitable to winter, winterly, wintry, cold AV. &c. &c
• m. the month Mārgaśīrsha (November-December) L.
• a kind of rice which grows in winter (= ṣaṣṭika) L.
• m. n. winter, cold L.
≫ haimanta
haimantá mf(ī́)n. (fr., hemanta) wintry, relating or suitable to or growing in winter VS. Suśr. &c
≫ haimantika
haímantika mfn. = prec. VS. Br. ŚrS. Car.
• = hematam adhī7te veda vā g. vasantâdi
≫ haimala
haimala m. n. winter (prob. wṛ. for haimana) L.
≫ haimavat
haimavat m. N. of the 8th month (prob. wṛ. for hima-vat or haimavata) Sūryapr.
≫ haimavata
haimavatá mf(ī́)n. (fr. hima-vat) belonging to or situated or growing on or bred in or coming or flowing from the Himâlaya mountains AV. &c. &c
• snowy, covered with snow MW.
• m. a kind of vegetable poison L.
• a kind of demon MānGṛ.
• pl. the inhabitants of the Himâlaya mountains MBh. Hariv.
• N. of a school Buddh.
• (atī), f. N. of various plants (Vacā with white flowers, Terminalia Chebula, Linum Usitatissimum &c.) Car. Suśr.
• a kind of drug or perfume (= reṇukā) L.
• patr. of Gaṅgā MBh. Bālar.
• of Pārvatī or Umā JaimUp.
• of the wife of Kauśika MBh.
• of the wife of Saṃhatâśva Hariv.
• (am), n. a pearl L.
• N. of a Varsha MBh. Śatr.
≫ haimavatika
haimavatika m. pl. the inhabitants of the Himâlaya mountains MBh.
≫ haimācala
haimācala m. = (or perhaps wṛ. for) himâcala (q.v.) Subh.
heman 3
heman n. (of doubtful derivation) gold Naigh. i, 2 Mn. MBh. &c
• a gold piece Kathās.
• (pl.) golden ornaments Kuval.
• Mesua Roxburghī Car.
• the thorn-apple MW.
≫ hema 1
hema in comp. for 3. heman
⋙ hemakakṣa
○kakṣa m. a golden girdle Vās.
• mf(ā)n. having golden walls R.
• = next MBh.
⋙ hemakakṣya
○kakṣya mfn. having a golden girdle R.
⋙ hemakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha m. a proper N. Cat.
⋙ hemakandala
○kandala m. having golden shoots, coral L.
⋙ hemakamala
○kamala n. a golden lotus Kathās.
⋙ hemakampana
○kampana m. N. of a man MBh.
⋙ hemakara
○kara m. 'golden-worker', N. of Śiva ib.
• (with maithila) N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hemakaraka
○karaka m. a golden vase L.
⋙ hemakartṛ
○kartṛ m. a goldsmith Mn. xii, 61
• a kind of bird MW.
⋙ hemakalaśa
○kalaśa m. a golden pinnacle or cupola Inscr.
⋙ hemakānti
○kānti mfn. having a golden lustre VarBṛS.
• f. Curcuma Aromatica or another species L.
⋙ hemakāra
○kāra m. a goldsmith Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ hemakāraka
○kāraka m. id. Yājñ.
• (ikā), f. a kind of plant L.
⋙ hemakiñjalka
○kiñjalka m. n. golden filaments R.
• n. 'having golden filaments', the Nāgakesara flower L.
⋙ hemakirīṭamālin
○kirīṭa-mālin mfn. garlanded with a golden diadem MBh.
⋙ hemakuḍya
⋙ hemakuṇḍya
○kuṇḍya N. of a place VarBṛS.
⋙ hemakumbha
○kumbha m. a golden jar MW.
⋙ hemakūṭa
○kūṭa m. 'golden-peaked', N. of one of the ranges of mountains dividing the known continent into 9 Varshas (situated north of Himâlaya and forming with it the boundaries of the Kiṃnara or Kimpurusha Varsha
• See varṣa) MBh. Hariv. &c
• of a monkey R.
-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ hemakūṭhya
○kūṭhya = -kuḍya above
⋙ hemaketakī
○ketakī f. Pandanus Odoratissimus L.
⋙ hemakeli
○keli m. 'golden sport', N. of Agni or fire L.
⋙ hemakeśa
○keśa m. 'golden-haired', Śiva W.
⋙ hemakṣīrī
○kṣīrī f. a kind of plant Suśr.
⋙ hemagandhinī
○gandhinī f. the perfume Reṇukā L.
⋙ hemagarbha
○garbha mfn. containing golden in the interior Hcat.
⋙ hemagiri
○giri m. 'golden mountain', N. of mount Meru Bhartṛ.
• of another mountain VarBṛS.
⋙ hemaguha
○guha m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
⋙ hemagaura
○gaura mfn. of a golden yellow colour (○râṅga mfn. having golden yellow limbs) SkandaP.
• m. a kind of tree (= kiṃkirāta) L.
⋙ hemaghna
○ghna n. lead L.
• (ī), f. turmeric L.
⋙ hemacakra
○cakra mfn. having golden wheels MW.
⋙ hemacandra
○candra mfn. decorated with a golden crescent (as a chariot) R.
• m. N. of a king (son of Viśāla) ib. Pur.
• of a celebrated Jaina author (pupil of Deva-candra Sūri and teacher of king Kumāra-pāla
• he lived between 1089 and 1173 AḌ. and is the author of a great many works, esp. of the Anekârtha-keśa, the Abhidhānacintāmaṇi, the Uṇādi-sūtra-vṛitti, the Deśī-nāmamālā, a Saṃskṛit and Prākṛit grammar &c.)
⋙ hemacitra
○citra n. N. of a mythical town VP.
⋙ hemacūrṇa
○cūrṇa n. gold dust Suśr. [Page 1304, Column 3]
⋙ hemacūlin
○cūlin mfn. having a golden crest or top Hariv.
⋙ hemacchanna
○cchanna mfn. covered with golden
• n. a golden covering, golden trappings (of an elephant &c.) ib.
⋙ hemaja
○ja n. tin L.
⋙ hemajaṭa
○jaṭa m. pl. N. of a class of Kirātas Kād.
⋙ hemajālālaṃkṛta
○jālâlaṃkṛta mfn. 'adorned with a golden net', N. of a Bodhi-sattva Lalit.
⋙ hemajīvantī
○jīvantī f. a kind of plant L.
⋙ hemajvāla
○jvāla m. 'golden-flamed', Agni or fire L.
⋙ hemataru
○taru m. 'golden tree', the Datura or thorn-apple W.
⋙ hematāra
○tāra n. blue vitriol L.
⋙ hematāraka
○tāraka m. pl. N. of a people MārkP.
⋙ hematāla
○tāla N. of a mountainous district in the north VarBṛS.
⋙ hematilakasūri
○tilaka-sūri m. N. of a man Cat.
⋙ hemadantā
○dantā f. 'golden-toothed', an Apsaras Hariv.
⋙ hemadīnāra
○dīnāra m. a golden Dīnāra Kathās.
⋙ hemadugdha
○dugdha m. 'golden-juiced', Ficus Glomerata Car.
• (ā or ī), f. = svarṇa-kṣīrī L.
⋙ hemadugdhaka
○dugdhaka or m. Ficus Glomerata L.
⋙ hemadugdhin
○dugdhin m. Ficus Glomerata L.
⋙ hemadhanvan
○dhanvan m. 'having a golden bow', N. of a son of the 11th Manu MārkP.
⋙ hemadharma
○dharma or m. N. of a man ib.
⋙ hemadharman
○dharḍman m. N. of a man ib.
⋙ hemadhānya
○dhānya n. sesamum grain (cf. homa-dh○) L.
⋙ hemadhānyaka
○dhānyaka m. a partic. weight (= 1 1/2 Māshakas) ŚārṅgS.
⋙ hemadhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa n. a partic. weight of golden (= 8 Palas) L.
⋙ hemanābhi
○nābhi m. a golden nave Kauś.
• mfn. having a golden nave or centre MW.
⋙ hemanetra
○netra m. 'golden eyed', N. of a Yaksha MBh.
⋙ hemaparvata
○parvata m. an (artificial) mountain made of golden (as a gift
• cf. mahādāna) Cat.
• N. of mount Meru L.
⋙ hemapiṅgala
○piṅgala mfn. golden yellow R.
⋙ hemapīṭhādhidevatā
○pīṭhâdhi-devatā f. the tutelary deity of a golden footstool (applied to a monarch's foot) MW.
⋙ hemapuñjaka
○puñjaka m. N. of a man MBh. (B. -kampana)
⋙ hemapuṣkara
○puṣkara n. a lotus-flower of golden Hariv.
⋙ hemapuṣpa
○puṣpa (only L.), m. 'bearing golden flowers, Michelia Champaka
• Jonesia Asoka
• Mesua Roxburghī
• Cassia Fistula
• (ī), f. Rubia Munjista
• Hoya Viridiflora
• Curculigo Orchioides
• a colocynth
• = kaṇṭakārī and svarṇalī
• (am), n. the flower of Michelia Champaka &c. ( See above)
⋙ hemapuṣpaka
○puṣpaka (only L.), m. Michelia Champaka
• Symplocos Racemosa
• (ikā), f. yellow jasmine
• Linum Usitatissimum
⋙ hemapṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha mfn. overlaid with golden, gilded Hariv.
⋙ hemapratimā
○pratimā f. a golden statue or image L.
⋙ hemaprabha
○prabha m. 'having a golden lustre', N. of a Vidyādhara (ā f.) Kathās.
• of a king of the parrots ib.
⋙ hemaphalā
○phalā f. 'having golden fruit', a kind of plantain L.
⋙ hemabhadrika
○bhadrika mf(ā)n. wearing a golden amulet MBh.
⋙ hemabhastrā
○bhastrā f. a gold purse or purse containing gold Kathās.
⋙ hemamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of gold, golden MBh. R. &c
⋙ hemamarīcimat
○marīci-mat mfn. having golden rays MBh.
⋙ hemamākṣika
○mākṣika n. pyrites L.
⋙ hemamālā
○mālā f. 'golden-garlanded', N. of the wife of Yama L.
⋙ hemamālikā
○mālikā f. a golden necklace Jātakam.
⋙ hemamālin
○mālin mfn. garlanded or adorned with golden (as elephants, a Rākshasa &c.) R.
• m. the sun MW.
⋙ hemamāṣā
○māṣā f. a partic. weight of golden L.
⋙ hemamṛga
○mṛga m. a golden deer (according to a story told in R. iii, the Rākshasa Mārīca transformed himself into a golden deer and so captivated Rāma and his wife Sītā, that the former left his forest-home to pursue it
• during his absence Rāvaṇa, q.v., disguised as a mendicant, presented himself before Sītā and carried her off)
⋙ hemayajñopavītavat
○yajñôpavīta-vat mfn. furnished with a golden sacrificial thread Hariv.
⋙ hemayūthikā
○yūthikā f. yellow jasmine L.
⋙ hemaratnamaya
○ratna-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of golden and jewels Kathās.
⋙ hemaratnavat
○ratna-vat mfn. id. ib.
⋙ hemarāginī
○rāginī f. 'gold-coloured', turmeric L.
⋙ hemarāja
○rāja m. (with miśra) N. of an author Cat.
⋙ hemareṇu
○reṇu m. gold dust', a kind of atom (= trasareṇu) L.
⋙ hemalatā
○latā f. 'golden creeper', a kind of plant (accord. to some, Hoya Viridiflora) BhP.
• N. of a princess Kathās.
⋙ hemalamba
○lamba or m. N. of the 31st (or 5th) year of Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBṛS. - 1
⋙ hemalambaka
○lamḍbaka m. N. of the 31st (or 5th) year of Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBṛS. - 1
⋙ hemavat
○vat ind. like golden Siṃhâs. - 2
⋙ hemavat
○vat mfn. adorned with gold R.
⋙ hemavarṇa
○varṇa mfn. golden-coloured R.
• m. N. of a son of Garuḍa MBh.
• of a Buddha Lalit.
⋙ hemavala
○vala n. a pearl L.
⋙ hemavallī
○vallī f. 'golden creeper', Hoya Viridiflora L.
⋙ hemavijaya
○vijaya m. N. of a poet Inscr.
⋙ hemavibhramasūtra
○vibhrama-sūtra n. N. of wk. (cf. haim○) Cat.
⋙ hemaviṣāṇin
○viṣāṇin mfn. golden-horned MBh.
⋙ hemavyākaraṇa
○vyākaraṇa n. Hema-candra's grammar Cat.
⋙ hemaśaṅkha
○śaṅkha m. 'having a golden conch', N. of Vishṇu L.
⋙ hemaśikhā
○śikhā or (?), f. 'golden-crested', the plant Svarṇa-kshīrī L.
⋙ hemaśikā
○śikā (?), f. 'golden-crested', the plant Svarṇa-kshīrī L.
⋙ hemaśīta
○śīta n. id. L.
⋙ hemaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga n. a golden horn Ratnâv.
• m. 'golden-peaked', N. of a mountain Hariv.
⋙ hemaśṛṅgin
○śṛṅgin mfn. having golden 'tusks' and 'peaks' MBh.
⋙ hemaśaila
○śaila m. 'golden-peaked', N. of a mountain VP.
⋙ hemasabhānāthamāhātmya
○sabhā-nātha-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ hemasāra
○sāra n. blue vitriol (cf. -tāra) L.
⋙ hemasāvarṇi
○sāvarṇi m. N. of a man R.
⋙ hemasiṃha
○siṃha m. a throne of golden BhP.
⋙ hemasūtra
○sūtra or n. 'golden-thread', a necklace R. Vikr.
⋙ hemasūtraka
○sūḍtraka n. 'golden-thread', a necklace R. Vikr.
⋙ hemasūri
○sūri m. N. of a scholar (= hema-candra) Col.
⋙ hemahaṃsagaṇi
○haṃsa-gaṇi m. N. of an author (pupil of Ratna-śekhara) Cat.
⋙ hemahastiratha
○hasti-ratha m. 'golden-elephant-chariot', N. of one of the 16 Mahādānas (q.v.) [Page 1305, Column 1]
⋙ hemāṅka
hemâṅka mfn. adorned with golden (v. l. hemâṅga) Mudr.
⋙ hemāṅga
hemâṅga mf(ī)n. having, golden limbs or parts, golden R. Mudr. (v. l. hemâṅka) Bhām.
• m. Michelia Champaka Suśr.
• a lion L.
• the mountain Meru Rājat.
• N. of Brahmā L.
• of Vishṇu L.
• of Garuḍa L.
• (ā), f. a partic. plant (= svarṇa-kṣīrī) L.
⋙ hemāṅgada
hemâṅgada m. 'having a golden bracelet', N. of a Gandharva Cat.
• of a king of the Kaliṅgas Ragh.
• of a son of Vasudeva BhP.
⋙ hemācala
hemâcala m. = hema-parvata (in both meanings) Subh. Inscr. Cat.
⋙ hemāḍhya
hemâḍhya mfn. abounding in gold MW.
⋙ hemāṅḍa
hemâṅḍa (cf. Rājat.) or (Dharmaś.), n. the golden world-egg (cf. brahmâṇḍa)
⋙ hemāṅḍaka
hemâṅḍḍaka (Dharmaś.), n. the golden world-egg (cf. brahmâṇḍa)
⋙ hemādri
hemâdri m. 'golden mountain', Meru or Sumeru L.
• N. of an author (son of Kāma-deva
• he lived in the 13th century AḌ. and wrote the encyclopaedical wk. Catur-varga-cintāmaṇi, divided into 5 Khaṇḍas, Vrata, Dāna, Tīrtha, Moksha, and Pariśesha) Cat.
• (with bhaṭṭa) N. of the author of a Comm. on Raghu-vaṃśa
-jaraṇa m. (= hemâdrikā), -dāna-khaṇḍa-sāra m. or n. -prayoga m. -prâyaścitta n. N. of wks
⋙ hemādrikā
hemâdrikā f. the plant svarṇa-kṣīrī L.
⋙ hemābha
hemâbha mfn. looking like golden MBh.
• (ā), f. N. of the palace of Rukmiṇī Hariv.
⋙ hemāmbu
hemâmbu n. liquid golden, Vṛishabhān
⋙ hemāmbuja
hemâmbuja (cf. Kathās.) or (cf. Megh.), n. a golden lotus-flower
⋙ hemāmbhoja
hemâḍmbhoja (cf. Megh.), n. a golden lotus-flower
⋙ hemālaṃkāra
hemâlaṃkāra m. a golden ornament Ratnâv.
○rin mfn. adorned with golden Hcat.
⋙ hemāvatīmāhātmya
hemāvatī-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ hemāhva
hemâhva m. 'called after gold', Michelia Champaka L.
• (ā), f. Hoya Viridiflora L.
• = svarṇakṣīrī L.
⋙ hemeśvaramāhātmya
hemêśvara-māhātmya n. N. of wk
≫ hema 2
hema m. a partic. weight of gold (= māṣaka) L.
• a horse of a dark or brownish colour L.
• N. of Buddha L.
• of a son of Ruśad-ratha Pur.
• of the father of Su-tapas ib.
• = hema-candra Cat.
• (ā), f. Hoya Viridiflora L.
• the earth L.
• a handsome woman L.
• N. of an Apsaras Hariv. R.
• of a river MBh.
• (am), n. gold L.
≫ hemaka
hemaka n. gold R.
• a piece of gold (in sa-h○ Kathās.
• N. of a forest Cat.
• of a Daitya (?) VP.
≫ hemala
hemala m. a goldsmith L.
• a touchstone L.
• a chameleon, lizard L.
≫ hemāya
hemāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be or become gold Harav.
≫ hemyāvat
hemyā́-vat mfn. having golden trappings or a golden girth (?) RV. iv, 2, 8 (cf. Sāy.)
≫ haima 2
haima mf(ī)n. (fr. 3. heman, of which it is also the Vṛiddhi form in comp.) golden, consisting or made of gold Mn. MBh. &c
• of a golden yellow colour MW.
• m. N. of Śiva MBh.
• Gentiana Cherayta L.
• (scil. kośa) the lexicon of Hema-candra Cat.
• (ā), f. yellow jasmine L.
• (ī), f. id. L.
• Pandanus Odoratissimus L.
⋙ haimakūṭa
○kūṭa m. pl. the inhabitants of Hema-kūṭa MārkP.
⋙ haimakośa
○kośa m. Hema-candra's lexicon
⋙ haimagirika
○girika m. pl. the inhabitants of Hema-giri MārkP.
⋙ haimacandri
○candri m. patr. fr. hemacandra R.
⋙ haimacarci
○carci m. (prob. wṛ. for -varci) a patr. Pravar.
⋙ haimacitrasamutsedha
○citra-samutsedha mfn. enchased with golden pictures MBh.
⋙ haimaprākṛtadhuṇḍikā
○prākṛta-dhuṇḍikā f. N. of wk
⋙ haimamudrā
○mudrā or f. a golden coin MW.
⋙ haimamudrikā
○mudrikā f. a golden coin MW.
• (○drika), mfn. having or possessing a golden coin ib.
⋙ haimavalkala
○valkala mfn. clothed in gold MW.
⋙ haimavibhramasūtra
○vibhrama-sūtra n. = hema-v○ Cat.
⋙ haimaśaila
○śaila m. N. of a mountain (v. l. hema-ś○) VP.
⋙ haimasaugandhikavat
○saugandhika-vat mfn. furnished with golden lotus-flowers (v. l. padma-s○) MBh.
⋙ haimāṅgikīgaurāṅgadevastuti
haimâṅgikī-gaurâṅga-deva-stuti f. N. of wk
⋙ haimācala
haimācala See p. 1304, col. 2
⋙ haimānekārtha
haimânekârtha N. of Hemacandra's lexicon
≫ haimana 2
haimana mfn. golden (v. l. haimaja) Bhpr.
≫ haimībhūta
haimī-bhūtá mfn. become gold, turned into gold Kum.
heman 4
heman m. the planet Mercury L.
hemanta hemavala, See p. 1304, cols. 1 and 2
hemātra m. or n. a partic. high number Buddh.
hemna m. (Gk. ?) the planet Mercury VarBṛS.
• [1305, 1] (ā), f. id. (?) L.
heya See pp. 1296, 1297, and 1304
hera n. (of unknown derivation) a sort of crown or tiara L.
• turmeric L.
• demoniacal illusion L.
≫ heraka
heraka m. a spy L.
• N. of a demon attending on Śiva L. [Page 1305, Column 2]
≫ herika
herika m. a spy, secret emissary L.
≫ hairika
hairika m. id. Hcar. ('a superintendent of the goldsmiths' Sch.)
• a thief L.
heramba n. N. of Gaṇêśa MBh. Kathās. &c. (cf. RTL. 218)
• a buffalo, Mālatīm
• a boastful hero L.
• a partic. Buddha (= heruka) L.
⋙ herambakānanamāhātmya
○kānana-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ herambajananī
○jananī f. 'mother of Gaṇêśa', Durgā L.
⋙ herambapāla
○pāla m. N. of a Kanouj king Inscr.
⋙ herambamantra
○mantra m. a partic. Mantra (sacred to Gaṇêśa)
⋙ herambasena
○sena m. N. of a medic. author
⋙ herambahaṭṭa
○haṭṭa m. N. of a country (said to be one of the provinces of the Deccan) L.
⋙ herambopaniṣad
herambôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
≫ herambaka
herambaka m. pl. N. of a people MBh.
⋙ herambakasena
○sena m. N. of an author Cat.
≫ herambha
herambha wṛ. for heramba Kathās.
≫ hairamba
hairamba mfn. relating to or connected with Gaṇêśa Cat.
• m. pl. N. of a sect W.
heruka m. N. of Gaṇêśa KālP.
• of an attendant on Mahā-kāla or Śiva L.
• of an inferior Buddha Buddh.
• pl. N. of a class of heretics L.
• (ā), f. a species of plant AV. Paddh
hel (in the meaning 'to sport, play', prob. not identical with √heḻ, heḍ, although sometimes confounded with it
• only in the following derivatives
√.hil, avahelā, prahelā)
≫ helana
helana n. the act of slighting, disregard, contempt MBh. BhP.
• sporting amorously, wanton dalliance (cf. √hil) W.
≫ helanīya
helanīya mfn. to be slighted or derided Nīlak.
≫ helā
helā f. (ifc. f. ā) disrespect, contempt (cf. avahelā)
• wanton sport, frivolity, amorous dalliance (of women
• in dram. one of the 20 natural graces [sattva-ja alaṃkāra] of the Nāyikā) Daśar. Sāh. &c
• sport, pastime, carelessness, ease, facility (ibc. and instr. sg. or pl. 'in sport', 'sportively', 'easily', 'at once'
tṛṇa-helayā, 'as if it were a straw') Kāv. Kathās. &c
• moonlight L.
• = prastāva L.
⋙ helācakra
○cakra m. N. of a man Rājat.
⋙ helārāja
○rāja m. N. of a historian (used by Kalhaṇa for his Rāja-taraṃgiṇī) and of a grammarian Cat.
⋙ helāvat
○vat mfn. careless, taking things easily Pañcar.
≫ heli 1
heli f. = helā L.
• an embrace L.
• a marriage-procession in the street L.
≫ helitavya
helitavya n. (impers.) it is to be acted carelessly or frivolously MBh.
≫ helihila
helihila or mfn. of a sportive or wanton nature L.
⋙ hailihila
hailihila mfn. of a sportive or wanton nature L.
helaka n. a partic. measure of weight (= 10 Hoḍhas) L.
helañci f. a kind of herb L.
helāvuka ○vukka m. = heḍāv○ L.
heli 2
heli m. (Gk. ?
• for 1. heli See above) the [1305, 2] sun VarBṛS. Pur.
≫ helika
helika m. id. KāśīKh.
helu N. of a village in Kaśmīra Rājat.
⋙ helugrāma
○grāma m. the village Helu ib.
heluga and heluya, a partic. high number Buddh.
heḻ heḻa, heḻas, See √heḍ, p. 1303
hevajra m. N. of a Buddhist god W.
hevara a partic. high number Buddh.
hevāka m. (said to be fr. Marāṭhī hevā, 'ardent desire') a whim, caprice Vcar. Āryav.
≫ hevākasa
hevākasa mfn. whimsical, capricious (as love) Daśar.
≫ hevākin
hevākin mfn. devoted to, absorbed in, engrossed by (comp
○ki-tā f.) Uttamac.
heṣ 1
heṣ (cf. √hreṣ), cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xvi, 20) héṣate (Ved. ep. also ○ti ; p. héṣat RV. MBh. ; heṣamāṇa Hariv. ; pf. jiheṣire Śiś. ; fut. heṣitā &c., Gr.), to neigh, whinny RV. &c. &c
≫ heṣā
heṣā f. neighing, whinnying Kir. MārkP.
≫ heṣāya
heṣāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to neigh, whinny Pañcat.
≫ heṣita
heṣita n. = heṣā MBh. Hariv. &c
≫ heṣin
heṣin m. 'neighing', a horse L.
heṣ 2
heṣ (prob. connected with √1. hi), to be quick or strong or fiery (in the following derivatives):
≫ heṣa
heṣá mfn. quick, strong (in heṣá-kratu, 'of strong power', others 'roaring mightily', applied to the Maruts) RV. iii, 26, 5. [Page 1305, Column 3]
≫ heṣas
héṣas n. quickness, vigour, fire (others 'wound') RV. x, 89, 12
⋙ heṣasvat
○vat (héṣas-), mfn. quick, strong, fiery RV. vi, 3, 3
haí ind. (g. svar-ādi) a vocative particle (used in calling or vociferating) AV. TBr. &c
haiṃsakāyana mfn. (fr. hiṃsaka), g. pakṣâdi
haiṅgula mfn. (fr. hiṅgula) having the colour of vermilion Naish.
• coming or derived from Hiṅgulā VāmP.
haiḍimba mfn. relating to or treating of Hiḍimba MBh.
• = next ib.
≫ haiḍimbi
haiḍimbi m. 'son of Hiḍimbā', metron. of Ghaṭôtkaca MBh.
haitanāman m. patr. fr. hitanāman Pāṇ.
≫ haitanāmana
haitanāmaná m. id. MaitrS.
haituka ○kya, See p. 1304, col. 1
haidaraśāha m. = ? Cat.
haima haimana &c. See col. 1
haimahā ind. an exclamation ŚrS.
haiminī f. N. of a woman MārkP.
haiyaṃgava n. (fr. hyas + go) = next BhP.
≫ haiyaṃgavīna
haiyaṃgavīna n. clarified butter prepared from yesterday's milking, fresh butter Hariv. Ragh. Bhaṭṭ.
hairaṇyá mf(ā)n. (fr. hiraṇya, of which it is also the Vṛiddhi form in comp.) golden, consisting or made of gold AV. R.
• bearing gold (said of a river) MBh.
• offering gold (said of hands or arms) ib.
⋙ hairaṇyagarbha
○garbha mfn. relating or belonging to Hiraṇya-garbha Śaṃk.
• m. patr. of Manu (son of Brahmā) Mn. iii, 194
• of Vasishṭha MBh.
• a worshipper of Hiraṇya-garbha Cat.
⋙ hairaṇyanābha
○nābhá m. patr. fr. hiraṇya-n○ ŚBr.
⋙ hairaṇyabāheya
○bāheya m. patr. fr. hiraṇya-bāhu Pat.
⋙ hairaṇyavāsas
○vāsas mfn. (fr. hiraṇyav○) clothed with golden feathers (as an arrow) MBh.
⋙ hairaṇyastūpa
○stūpa mf(ī)n. written or composed by Hiraṇyastūpa (also ○pīya) Nir. ŚāṅkhGṛ.
• m. patr. of Arcat (author of RV. x, 149) Anukr.
≫ hairaṇyaka
hairaṇyaka m. a goldsmith VarBṛS.
• an overseer of gold, guardian of golden treasure L.
• n. N. of a Varsha MBh.
≫ hairaṇyika
hairaṇyika mf(ā or ī)n. (fr. hiraṇya), g. kāśyādi
• m. a goldsmith Divyâv.
≫ hairaṇvatī
hairaṇvatī f. (cf. hiraṇvatī) N. of a river MBh.
hairamba hairika, See above, col. 2
haivam ind. = Pāli hevam Divyâv.
haihaya m. N. of a race (said to have been descendants of Yadu
• they are described in the Purāṇas as separated into 5 divisions, viz. the Tālajaṅghas, Vīti-hotras, Āvantyas, Tuṇḍikeras, and Jātas
• they are, said to have overrun parts of India along with the Śakas or Scythian tribes) MBh. R. Pur. &c
• a king of the Haihayas (esp. applied to Arjuna Kārtaviirya, who is said to have had a thousand arms
• See kārtaviirya) ib.
• N. of a son of Sahasrada Hariv.
• of a son of Śata-jit Pur.
• (?) of a medical author Cat.
⋙ haihayendrakāvya
haihayêndra-kāvya n. N. of a poem
≫ haiheya
haiheya m. N. of Arjuna Kārtaviirya (cf. above) L.
ind. (a vocative particle [g. câdi] used in calling to a person or in challenging) ho! hallo! &c. (also expressive of surprise &c.) TS. &c. &c
hoiḍa n. N. of a Sāman Kāṭh.
hoṭā f. v. l. for hoḍhā
hoḍ (cf. √huḍ, hūḍ), cl. 1. Ā. hoḍate, to disregard, disrespect (= √heḍ) Dhātup. viii, 33
• (also hauḍ) to go, move Vop.
≫ hoḍa
hoḍa m. a raft, float, boat L.
• a title of a partic. class of Kāyasthas and of Śrotriya Brāhmans in Bengal L.
• (ā), f. g. ajâdi (cf. Kāś. hoḍhā). [Page 1306, Column 1]
≫ hoḍiman
hoḍiman m. (fr. prec.), g. pṛthv-ādi
≫ hauḍa
hauḍa n. (fr. id.) ib.
hoḍṛ (?), m. a robber, highway-robber L.
hoḍha 1
hoḍha mfn. (thought by some to be fr. ha + ūḍha) stolen
• m. n. and (ā), f. stolen goods Mn. ix, 270 Sch. on Yājñ. ii, 5
≫ hoḍha 2
hoḍha Nom. Ā. hoḍhate, hoḍhāyate Vop. xxi, 7
hótṛ m. (fr. √1. hu) an offerer of an oblation or burnt-offering (with fire), sacrificer, priest, (esp.) a priest who at a sacrifice invokes the gods or recites the Ṛig-veda, a Ṛig-veda priest (one of the 4 kinds of officiating priest, ṛtvij, p. 224 ; properly the Hotṛi priest has 3 assistants, sometimes called Purushas, viz. the Maitrā-varuṇa, Aochā-vāka, and Grāvastut ; to these are sometimes added three others, the Brāhmaṇācchaṃsin, Agnīdhra or Agnīdh, and Potṛi, though these last are properly assigned to the Brahman priest
• sometimes the Neshṭṛi is substituted for the Grāva-stut) RV. &c. &c
• N. of Śiva MBh.
• mf(trī)n. one who sacrifices (gen. or comp.), sacrificer Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ hotṛkarman
○karman n. the work or function of the Hotṛi ĀśvŚr.
⋙ hotṛcamasa
○camasá m. the ladle or other vessel used by the Hotṛi TS. Br. ŚrS.
○sīya mfn. (fr. prec.) ĀpŚr.
⋙ hotṛjapa
○japa m. murmured recitation of the HṭHotṛi AitBr.
⋙ hotṛtva
○tvá n. condition or office of the HṭHotṛi Br.
⋙ hotṛpravara
○pravara m. election of a HṭHotṛi (also N. of wk.) ĀpŚr.
⋙ hotṛmat
○mat (hótṛ-), mfn. provided with a Hotṛi RV.
⋙ hotṛvarya
○várya (cf. ŚBr.),
⋙ hotṛvūrya
○vū́rya (cf. RV.), n. election of the Hotṛi
⋙ hotṛveda
○veda m. the Veda, i.e. ritual of the Hotṛi Sāy.
⋙ hotṛṣadana
○ṣádana (for -sad○), n. the Hotṛi's seat or place where the Hotṛi sits at a sacrifice (said to be near the uttara-vedi) RV. AV. Br. ŚrS.
⋙ hotṛṣāman
○ṣāman n. N. of Sāmans Lāṭy.
⋙ hotṛsaṃsthājapa
○saṃsthā-japa m. N. of a liturgical treatise
≫ hotaryaja
hotar-yaja the Prâisha (q.v.) consisting of the words hotar yaja ŚāṅkhŚr.
≫ hotādhvaryū
hotâdhvaryū m. du. the Hotṛi and Adhvaryu Priests KātyŚr.
≫ hotāpotārau
hotā-potārau m. du. the Hotṛi and Potṛi priests Pāṇ. 6-3, 25 Sch.
≫ hotāyakṣa
hotā-yakṣa m. the Prâisha (q.v.) consisting of the words hotā yakṣat ŚāṅkhŚr.
≫ hoturantevasin
hotur-antevasin m. the pupil of a Hotṛi priest Pāṇ. 6-3, 23 Sch.
≫ hotṛka
hótṛka m. = hotraka ŚBr. Lāṭy. &c
≫ hotos
hótos See √1. hu
≫ hotra
hotrá n. sacrificing, the function or office of the Hotṛi RV. AV. ŚBr. Kāṭh.
• a burnt-offering, oblation with fire, sacrifice RV. PañcavBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. MBh.
• (ā), f. See below
⋙ hotraprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ hotravah
○váh (or -vā́h), mfn. bearing the sacrifice RV.
⋙ hotravāhana
○vāhana m. (id.) N. of a Brāhman and of a Rājarshi MBh.
≫ hotraka
hotraka m. an inferior Hotṛi priest or an assistant of the Hotṛi (in a wider sense applied to all the chief priests
under. hotṛ) AitBr. GṛŚrS.
• N. of a son of Kāñcana BhP.
≫ hotrā 1
hótrā f. (for 2. See p. 1308, col. 3) the function or office of a priest (esp. of the Hotrakas, also applied to the persons of the Hotrakas) Br.: ŚrS.
⋙ hotrācamasa
○camasa m. the ladle or other vessel used by the Hotrakas ŚBr.
⋙ hotrāśāṃsin
○śāṃsin m. 'reciting the part of the Hotṛi', an assistant of the Hotṛi, Hotraka Br. ŚrS.
≫ hotrin
hotrin See agni-hotrin
≫ hotriya
hotríya n. the office or function of a priest RV.
≫ hotrī
hotrī See under hotṛ above
≫ hotrīya
hotrī́ya mfn. relating or belonging to the Hotṛi or the Hotrakas TS. ŚBr. KātyŚr.
• n. = havirgeha L.
≫ hotva
hótva mfn. to be sacrificed or offered in sacrifice MaitrS.
≫ hotvan
hotvan m. a sacrificer L.
≫ homa
hóma m. the act of making an oblation to the Devas or gods by casting clarified butter into the fire ( See deva-yajña and IW. 245), oblation with fire, burnt-offering, any oblation or sacrifice (ayuta-h○, 'a sacrifice of 10, 000 burnt-offerings to the planets') AV. &c. &c
⋙ homakarman
○karman n. sacrificial act or rite Kathās.
⋙ homakalpa
○kalpa m. mode or manner of sacrificing, Hir
⋙ homakāla
○kāla m. the time of sacrifice GṛŚrS. MBh. R.
○lâtikrama-prâyaścitta-prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ homakāṣṭhī
○kāṣṭhī f. an implement for blowing on fire L.
⋙ homakuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa n. a hole in the ground for the sacred fire for oblations (= agni-k○) L.
⋙ homatattvavidhi
○tattva-vidhi m
⋙ homatarpaṇavidhi
○tarpaṇa-vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ homaturaṃga
○turaṃga m. the sacrificial horse Ragh.
⋙ homadarpaṇavidhi
○darpaṇa-vidhi wṛ. for -tarp○ (q.v.) [Page 1306, Column 2]
⋙ homadarvī
○darvī f. the sacrificial ladle ĀpGṛ. Sch.
⋙ homaduh
○duh mfn. (a cow) giving milk for an oblation Hariv. Bcar.
⋙ homadravya
○dravya n. anything employed for a Homa-sacrṭsacrificial or oblation KātyŚr.
-pariṇāma, N. of a Pariśishṭa of the Sāmaveda
⋙ homadvayaprayoga
○dvaya-prayoga and m. N. of wks
⋙ homadvayasamāsaprayoga
○dvaya-samāsaprayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ homadhānya
○dhānya n. 'sacrificial grain', sesamum L.
⋙ homadhūma
○dhūma m. the smoke of a burnt-offering L.
⋙ homadhenu
○dhenu f. a cow yielding milk for an oblation MBh. Kālid. MārkP.
⋙ homanirṇaya
○nirṇaya m
⋙ homapaddhati
○paddhati f
⋙ homaprāyaścitta
○prâyaścitta n. N. of wks
⋙ homabhasman
○bhasman n. the ashes of a burnt-offering L.
⋙ homabhāṇḍa
○bhāṇḍa n. a sacrificial implement Kathās.
⋙ homamantrabhāṣya
○mantra-bhāṣya n. N. of wk
⋙ homayūpa
○yūpa m. the sacrificial post at the Homa L.
⋙ homalopaprāyaścittaprayoga
○lopa-prâyaścitta-prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ homavat
○vat mfn. one who has offered an oblation or performed a sacrifice Bhaṭṭ.
⋙ homavidhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ homavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ homavelā
○velā f. = -kāla BhP.
⋙ homaśālā
○śālā f. a chamber or place for keeping the sacred fire for oblations RTL. 365
⋙ homasvarottara
○svarôttara n. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ homāgni
homâgni m. sacrificial fire Pañcat.
⋙ homānala
homânala m. id. Daś.
⋙ homārjunī
homârjunī f. = homa-dhenu Bālar.
⋙ homendhana
homêndhana n. sacrificial firewood L.
≫ homaka
homaka m. = hotraka (8 in number) MatsyaP.
≫ homi
homi m. fire L.
• clarified butter L.
• water L.
≫ homin
homin mfn. offering, presenting an oblation of (only ifc
• See kṣīra-, tila-h○ &c.)
• (inī), f. saṃjñāyām Pāṇ. 5-2, 137 Kāś.
≫ homīya
homīya mfn. relating or belonging to or fit or destined for an oblation or sacrifice ChUp. Gobh. &c
⋙ homīyadravya
○dravya n. anything used for an oblation (as clarified butter) MW.
≫ homya
homya mfn. = homīya Kauś. MBh.
• n. clarified butter L.
≫ hoṣin
hoṣin See pajra-hoṣin
≫ hauta
hauta Vṛiddhi form of huta in comp
⋙ hautabhuja
○bhuja mfn. (fr. huta-bhuj) relating or belonging to or presided over by Agni VarBṛS.
• n. the Nakshatra Kṛittikā ib.
⋙ hautāśana
hautāśana mfn. (fr. hutâś○) = prec
• m. (with loka) Agni's world Hcat.
• (with koṇa) 'Agni's corner or quarter', the south-east VarBṛS.
⋙ hautāśani
hautāśani m. (fr. id.) patr. of Skanda R.
• of the monkey Nīla ib.
≫ hautṛka
hautṛka mfn. relating or belonging to or coming from the Hotṛi priest, sacerdotal Pāṇ. 4-3, 78 Sch.
• n. the office of the Hotṛi Cat.
≫ hautna
hautna mfn. = yajamāna Uṇ. iv, 105 Sch.
≫ hautra
hautra mfn. = hautṛka KātyŚr.
• n. the function or office of the Hotṛi (also as N. of wk.), ŚrS.
⋙ hautrakalpadruma
○kalpa-druma m
⋙ hautraprayoga
○prayoga m
⋙ hautramañjarī
○mañjarī f
⋙ hautrasūtra
○sūtra n
⋙ hautrasūtrāvaloka
○sūḍtrâvaloka m. N. of wks
≫ hautraka
hautraka n. N. of the 16th Pariśishṭa of Kātyāyana
≫ hautrika
hautrika mfn. relating to the office or function of the Hotṛi, sacerdotal Kāty.
≫ haumīya
haumīya mfn. = homīya Saṃskārak.
≫ haumya
haumya mfn. id. ṢaḍvBr. GṛŚrS. MBh.
• n. clarified butter L.
⋙ haumyadhānya
○dhānya n. = homa-dh○ L.
⋙ pariśiṣṭavivecana
pariśiṣṭa-vivecana n. N. of wk
≫ hauṣya
hauṣya m. pl. a partic. school of the Yajurveda AV. Pariś
horā f. (fr. Gk. ?) an hour (the 24th part of an [1306, 2] Aho-rātra) VarBṛS. MārkP.
• the half of a zodiacal sign Var.
• horoscope or horoscopy ib. &c
⋙ horākandarpajātaka
○kandarpa-jātaka n
⋙ horācūḍāmaṇi
○cūḍāmaṇi m
⋙ horādhyāya
○"ṣdhyāya (horâdh○), m
⋙ horāprakaraṇa
○prakaraṇa (?), n
⋙ horāprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ horāpradīpa
○pradīpa m
⋙ horāmakaranda
○makaranda m
⋙ horāmakarandoharaṇa
○makaraḍndôharaṇa n
⋙ horāratna
○ratna n. N. of wks
⋙ horāvid
○vid mfn. versed in horoscopy VarBṛS. Sch.
⋙ horāśāstra
○śāstra n. horoscopy, astrological science (also as N. of wk.)
-sāra m. n. -sudhā-nidhi, m
○trârṇava-sāra m. n. N. of wks
⋙ horāṣaṭpañcāśikā
○ṣaṭ-pañcāśikā f
⋙ horāsāra
○sāra m. n
⋙ horāsārasudhānidhi
○sāra-sudhā-nidhi m
⋙ horāsetu
○setu m. N. of wks
horila-miśra m. N. of the author of a Smṛiti-saṃgraha Cat.
horila-siṃha m. N. of a man (perhaps = prec.) Cat.
hola N. of a man Rājat.
• pl. a country belonging to Udīcya L.
• (ā), f. N. of a town Rājat.
⋙ siṃha
siṃha m. N. of a man Cat.
≫ holaḍa
holaḍa and N. of places Rājat.
⋙ holarā
holarā N. of places Rājat.
holaka m. half-ripe pulse cooked over a light fire Bhpr.
holāka m. a kind of vapour-bath (induced over hot ashes for the cure of partic. diseases, by sweating
• also with sveda) Car.
• (ā), f. See next. [Page 1306, Column 3]
holākā f. (perhaps from a cry or shout or sound in singing), the spring festival at the approach of the vernal equinox (commonly called Hūlī or Holī, and said to be dedicated to Kṛishṇa and the Gopīs
• it is celebrated during the ten days preceding the full moon of the month Phālguna, when people sprinkle red powder in sport and light fires
• in some parts of India the Holī festival corresponds to or immediately precedes the Dolā-yatrā, q.v.) RTL. 430
≫ holā
holā f. the Holi festival MW.
⋙ holākhelana
○khelana n. the frolics practised at the Holī festival ib.
≫ holikā
holikā f. the Holī festival (also applied to a Rākshasī worshipped at it) W.
⋙ holikāpūjana
○pūjana f
⋙ holikāpūjā
○pūjā m
⋙ holikāprayoga
○prayoga m
⋙ holikāmāhātmya
○māhātmya n
⋙ holikāvidhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ holikotpatti
holiḍkôtpatti f. N. of wks
≫ holinirṇaya
holi-nirṇaya m. (prob. for holī-n○) N. of wk
≫ holī
holī See above under holākā
holīra hosiṅga-kṛṣṇa, and hosiṭaka-bhaṭṭa m. N. of authors Cat.
hohau and hau ind. vocative particles (used in calling and challenging) L.
hauḍ hauḍa, See √hoḍ
hauṇikyā f. a patr. Pāṇ. 4-1, 79 Sch.
hauṇḍina m. N. of partic. transpositions of verses (vihāra) ĀśvŚr.
hautabhuja hautra, haumīya &c. See col. 2
hnu cl. 2. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxiv, 73) hnuté (Ved. and ep. also hnauti and hnavati, ○te ; pf. juhnuve Gr. ; aor. ahnoṣṭa ib. ; fut. hnotā, hnoṣyate ib. ; inf. hnotum Mālatīm. ; ind. p. hnutya Daś. ; generally with prepositions
• cf. apa-, api-, ni-√hnu &c.), to hide from (dat.) Pāṇ. 1-4, 34
• to drive or take away Bhaṭṭ.: Pass. hnūyate (aor. ahnāvi), Gr.: Caus. hnāvayati (aor. ajuhnavat) ib.: Desid. juhnūṣate ib.: Intens. johnūyate, johnoti ib.
≫ hnava
hnava m
⋙ hnavana
hnavana n. secreting, hiding, concealing ( See apa-, ni-hv○ &c.)
≫ hnavāyya
hnavāyya See a-hnavāyyá
≫ hnuta
hnuta mfn. taken away, withheld, secreted &c. ( apa-, ni-hnuta &c.)
≫ hnuti
hnuti f. abstraction, concealment, denial MW.
≫ hnotavya
hnotavya mfn. to be secreted or concealed &c. ib.
hmal (cf. √hval), cl. 1. P. hmalati, to shake, move Dhātup. xix, 45
• to go, xx, 14 (v. l.): Caus. hmalayati, or hmālayati (the former when prepositions are prefixed) Dhātup. xix, 45 ; 67
≫ hmala
hmala and g. jvalâdi
⋙ hmāla
hmāla g. jvalâdi
hyás ind. (g. svar-ādi) yesterday RV. &c. &c. [Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. hesternus, heri ; Goth. gistra [1306, 3] (-dagis) ; Germ. ge10staron, gestern ; Angl. Sax. geostra ; Eng. yester (-day).]
≫ hyaḥ
hyaḥ in comp. for hyas
⋙ hyaḥkṛta
○kṛta mfn. done or happened yesterday (-vat ind.) HPariś.
≫ hyastana
hyastana mf(ī)n. hesternal, belonging to or produced or occurred yesterday MBh.
• (ī), f. (scil. vibhakti) the personal terminations of the imperfect Kāty.
⋙ hyastanadina
○dina n. the day just past, yesterday L.
≫ hyastya
hyastya mfn. hesternal, of yesterday Pāṇ. 4-2, 105
≫ hyo
hyo in comp. for hyas
⋙ hyogodoha
○go-doha m. yesterday's cow's milk L.
hrag (cf. √hlag), cl. 1. P. hragati, to cover, conceal Dhātup. xix, 25
hraṇiyā or hraṇīyā f. = hṛṇ○ L.
hrada 1
hradá m. (once n
• ifc. f. ā rather to be connected with √hlād, but √.hrād
• for 2. hrada See p. 1307) a large or deep piece of water, lake, pool (rarely applied to the sea
• with gāṅga, 'the water of the Ganges') RV. &c. &c
• (ā), f. the incense tree L.
• (ī), f. g. gaurâdi
⋙ hradagraha
○graha m. 'lake-monster', a crocodile, alligator L.
⋙ hradāntara
hradântara n. another lake MW.
⋙ hradālayeśamāhātmya
hradâlayêśamāhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ hradodara
hradôdara m. 'lakebellied', N. of a Daitya MBh.
≫ hradayya
hradayyá mfn. being in a pond or lake TS.
≫ hradavya
hradavya mfn. id. Pāṇ. 6-1, 83 Vārtt. 2 Pat.
≫ hradin
hradin mfn. abounding in pools or in water (as a river) MBh. Hariv. R. [Page 1307, Column 1]
• (inī), f. a river VarBṛS. BhP.
≫ hradecakṣus
hrade-cákṣus mfn. (prob.) mirrored in a lake RV.
≫ hradya
hrádya mf(ā)n. being in a pond or lake TS.
≫ hrādin 1
hrādin mfn. (for 2. See col. 2) = hradin R.
• (inī), f. a river L.
• N. of a river (v. l. hradinī) R. (cf. Sch.)
hrap v. l. for √hlap, q.v
hras cl. 1. P. Ā. hrasati, ○te (only in present base
• Gr. also pf. jahrāsa &c.), to become short or small, be diminished or lessened Mn. MBh. &c
• to descend from (abl.) MBh.
• (P.) to sound Dhātup. xvii, 61: Caus. hrāsayati (aor. ajihrasat), to make small or less, shorten, curtail, diminish Gobh. Mn. &c.: Desid. jihrasiṣati Gr.: Intens. jāhrasyate, jāhrasti ib.
≫ hrasita
hrasita mfn. shortened, curtailed, diminished Bhaṭṭ. BhP.
• sounded W.
≫ hrasiman
hrasiman m. shortness, smallness, g. pṛthvādi
≫ hrasiṣṭha
hrásiṣṭha mfn. (superl. fr: hrasva) shortest or smallest, very short or small ŚBr.
≫ hrasīyas
hrásīyas mfn. (compar. fr. id.) shorter (also prosodially) or smaller, very short or small ŚBr. ĀśvŚr. RPrāt. &c
• (ī), f. a variety of the Gāyatrī metre (containing two lines of six syllables and one line of seven) VS. Anukr. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [1307, 1]
≫ hrasta
hrasta See nir-hrasta
≫ hrasva
hrasvá mf(ā)n. short, small, dwarfish, little, low (as an entrance), weak (as a voice) VS. &c. &c
• unimportant, insignificant BhP.
• less by (abl.) Car.
• prosodically or metrically short (as opp. to dīrgha
• cf. laghu) ŚrS. RPrāt. Pāṇ. &c
• m. a dwarf. W.
• a short vowel Prāt.
• N. of Yama L.
• (ā), f. a female dwarf MW.
• N. of various plants (Phaseolus Trilobus
• = nāga-balā and bhūmi-jambū) L.
• of a Sāman ĀrshBr.
• (am), n. a kind of vegetable L.
• green or black sulphate of iron L.
• a partic. short measure MW.
⋙ hrasvakarṇa
○karṇa m. 'short-eared', N. of a Rākshasa R.
⋙ hrasvakarṣaṇa
○karṣaṇa n. a partic. Svara SaṃhUp.
⋙ hrasvakuśa
○kuśa m. Kuśa grass or a kind of short Kuśa grass (cf. -darbha) L.
⋙ hrasvagavedhukā
○gavedhukā f. Uraria Lagopodioides L.
⋙ hrasvajambū
○jambū f. a species of Jambū with small black fruit L.
⋙ hrasvajātya
○jātya mfn. of a small sort or kind Suśr.
⋙ hrasvataṇḍula
○taṇḍula m. a kind of rice L.
⋙ hrasvatā
○tā f. shortness (of stature ) R.
⋙ hrasvatva
○tva n. id. Suśr. Śarvad.
• prosodial shortness Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 56
⋙ hrasvadarbha
○darbha m. = -kuśa L.
⋙ hrasvadā
○dā f. the incense-producing tree (v. l. hradā) L. -nirvaṃśaka m. a small sword L.
⋙ hrasvapattraka
○pattraka m. 'having short leaves', a kind of Bassia L.
• (ikā), f. the small Pippala tree L.
⋙ hrasvaparṇa
○parṇa m. 'id.', Ficus Infectoria L.
⋙ hrasvapūrva
○pūrva mfn. preceded by a short vowel VPrāt.
⋙ hrasvaplakṣa
○plakṣa m. a species of small Plaksha tree L.
⋙ hrasvaphala
○phala m. 'having small fruit or kernels', the date tree L.
• (ā), f. the tree Bhūmi-jambū
⋙ hrasvabāhu
○bāhu mfn. short-armed MārkP.
• m. N. of Nala (while in the service of king Ṛitu-parṇa) Kathās.
⋙ hrasvabāhuka
○bāhuka mfn. short-armed MBh.
⋙ hrasvamūrti
○mūrti mfn. short in stature, dwarfish MW.
⋙ hrasvamūla
○mūla m. 'having a small √', the red sugar-cane L.
⋙ hrasvamūlaka
○mūlaka m. (prob.) id. Suśr.
⋙ hrasvaroman
○roman m. 'short-haired', N. of a king of Videha (son of Svarṇa-roman) BhP.
⋙ hrasvaśākhāśipha
○śākhā-śipha m. 'having short branch roots', a small tree, shrub L.
⋙ hrasvaśigruka
○śigruka m. a species of Moringa Suśr.
⋙ hrasvasabhā
○sabhā f. a small or narrow hall MW.
⋙ hrasvāgni
hrasvâgni m. Calotropis Gigantea L.
⋙ hrasvāṅga
hrasvâṅga mfn. shortbodied, dwarfish BhP.
• m. a dwarf W.
• the medicinal plant and √Jīvaka L.
⋙ hrasvairaṇḍa
hrasvâiraṇḍa m. red Ricinus L.
⋙ hrasvodaya
hrasvôdaya mfn. followed by a short vowel RPrāt.
⋙ hrasvopadha
hrasvôpadha mfn. having a short penultimate AV.
≫ hrasvaka
hrasvaka mfn. very short or small MBh. Hariv. &c
≫ hrāsa
hrāsa m. shortening, diminution, decrease, deterioration, detriment Mn. Yājñ. &c
• paucity, scarcity MBh. Hariv. &c
• sound, noise L.
⋙ hrāsānveṣaṇavat
hrāsânveṣaṇa-vat mfn. connected with diminution and searching Sāh.
≫ hrāsaka
hrāsaka mf(ikā)n. shortening, diminishing, decreasing MW.
≫ hrāsana
hrāsana n. shortening, diminution Gṛihyās. Suśr.
≫ hrāsanīya
hrāsanīya mfn. to be made shorter or diminished, ŚārṅgS.
≫ hrāsva
hrāsva n. (fr. hrasva), g. pṛthv-ādi. [Page 1307, Column 2]
hrād (cf. √hlād), cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. ii, 25) hrādate (pf. jahrāde as Pass. impers. Bhaṭṭ.
• Gr. also aor. ahrādiṣṭa &c.), to sound, roar, make a noise (mostly with a preposition, cf. nir-, and saṃ-√hrāa): Caus. hrādayati, to cause to sound ĀpGṛ.
• to refresh, delight (= or wṛ. for hlādayati) MārkP. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [1307, 2]
≫ hrada 2
hrada m. (ifc. f. ā
• for 1. See p. 1306, col. 3) sound, noise L.
• a ray of light ( See śata-hr○)
• a ram L.
• N. of a son of Hrāda Hariv.
≫ hradaka
hradaka mfn. = hrade kuśalaḥ g. ākarṣâdi
≫ hrāda
hrāda m. sound, noise, roar (of thunder) ChUp. MBh. Kir.
• sound (in a phonetical sense) Pat.
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh.
• of a son of Hiraṇyakaśipu Hariv. Pur.
≫ hrādaka
hrādaka mfn. = hrāde kuśalaḥ g. ākarṣâdi
≫ hrādin 2
hrādin mfn. (for 1. See col. 1) sounding, noisy, very loud MBh. VarBṛS. Śiś.
• (inī), f. lightning MBh. Hcar.
• Indra's thunderbolt L.
≫ hrāduni
hrādúni or f. 'rattling', hail RV. VS. Br. ChUp.
⋙ hrādunī
hrādúḍnī f. 'rattling', hail RV. VS. Br. ChUp.
⋙ hrādunihata
○hata (○dúni-), mfn. struck by hail MaitrS.
⋙ hrādunivṛt
○vṛ́t (○dunī-), mfn. covered or hidden by hail RV.
hrām ind. an exclamation BhP.
hrāsa hrāsana, See col. 1
hriṇiyā hriṇīyā f. = hṛn○, I
hriṇīya Nom. Ā. ○yate (cf. hṛnīya) to be ashamed of (instr.) Naish.
• (with na) to be unashamed before (abl. = to bear comparison with) Bhaṭṭ.
hrita wṛ. for hṛta, or hrīta
≫ hriti
hriti f. = hṛti, taking, conveying L.
hrivera n. = hrīvera L.
hrī 1
hrī cl. 3. P. (cf. Dhātup. xxv, 3) jihreti (jíhriyat MaitrS. ; pf. jihrāya Ragh. ; jihrayāṃ-cakāra, ○yām-āsa, Gr. ; aor. ahraiṣīt ib. ; Prec. hrīyāt ib. ; p. hrayāṇa, See a-hr○ ; fut. hretā, hreṣyati Gr.), to feel shame, blush, be bashful or modest, be ashamed of any one (gen.) or anything (abl.) Kāv. Kathās.: Caus. hrepayati (aor. ajihripat), to make ashamed, cause to blush, confound, put to shame (also fig. = 'surpass, excel') ib.: Desid. jihrīṣati Gr.: Intens. jehrīyate (p. ○yamāṇa SaddhP.), jehrayīti, jehreti, to be greatly ashamed ib.
≫ hrī 2
hrī́ f. shame, modesty, shyness, timidity (also personified as daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma) VS. &c. &c
⋙ hrījita
○jita mfn. overcome by shame, modest, ashamed L.
⋙ hrīdeva
○deva m. N. of a Buddhist deity Lalit.
⋙ hrīdhārin
○dhārin mfn. feeling shame, bashful Pañcad.
⋙ hrīnirāsa
○nirāsa m. abandonment of shame, shamelessness W.
⋙ hrīniṣeva
○niṣeva mfn. practising modesty, modest (also ○vaka and ○vin) MBh.
• m. N. of a prince ib.
⋙ hrīpada
○pada n. cause of shame Kum.
⋙ hrībala
○bala mfn. strong in modesty, extremely modest Jātakam.
⋙ hrībhaya
○bhaya n. fear of shame Rājat.
⋙ hrīmat
○mat mfn. bashful, modest, ashamed, embarrassed (-tva n.) MBh. R. &c
• m. N. of a being reckoned among the Viśve Devāþ MBh.
⋙ hrīmūḍha
○mūḍha mfn. perplexed or confused by shṭshame Megh.
⋙ hrīyantraṇā
○yantraṇā f. torment of shame, constraint of bashfulness Ragh.
⋙ hrīsannakaṇṭha
○sanna-kaṇṭha mfn. having the throat or the utterance broken by shame MW.
≫ hrīka
hrīka (ifc.) = 2. hrī (cf. nir-hrīka)
• m. a mongoose L.
• (ā), f. shame, bashfulness L.
≫ hrīku
hrīku mfn. ashamed, bashful, modest L.
• m. a cat L.
• lac L.
• tin L.
≫ hrīṇa
hrīṇa mfn. ashamed, bashful, shy R.
⋙ hrīṇamukha
○mukha mfn. shame-faced, blushing ib.
≫ hrīta
hrīta mfn. ashamed, modest, shy, timid MBh. Kathās.
⋙ hrītamukha
○mukha mfn. = hrīṇa-m○ PañcavBr.
⋙ hrītamukhin
○mukhín mfn. id. TS.
≫ hrīti
hrīti f. shame, bashfulness, modesty MBh.
≫ hrepaṇa
hrepaṇa n. (fr. Caus.) shame, embarrassment Kathās.
≫ hrepita
hrepita mfn. ashamed, put to shame, surpassed Ragh.
hrīch cl. 1. P. hrīcchati, to be ashamed or modest, blush Dhātup. vii, 30
hrīm ind. an exclamation BhP.
hrīvera n. a kind of Andropogon (accord. to some, Pavonia Odorata) Suśr.
≫ hrīvela
hrīvela and n. id. L. [Page 1307, Column 3]
⋙ hrīvelaka
hrīveḍlaka n. id. L. [Page 1307, Column 3]
hru (collateral form of √hvṛ), cl. 9. P. hruṇāti ( See vi-√hru)
≫ hrut
hrút f. any cause of going wrong or falling, stumbling-block, trap &c. RV. AV.
≫ hruta
hruta mfn. crooked KātyŚr. ('ill' Sch.)
hruḍ or hrūḍ, cl. 1. P. hroḍati or hrūḍati (accord. to some also Ā. ○te), to go Dhātup. ix, 71 (v. l.)
≫ hrūḍu
hrū́ḍu or (applied to Takman) AV. i, 25, 2
⋙ hrūḍru
hrū́ḍru (applied to Takman) AV. i, 25, 2 ; 3
≫ hroḍa
hroḍa See jyā-hroḍa
hrum ind. an exclamation BhP.
hrep cl. 1. Ā. hrepate, to go Dhātup. x, 11 (v. l.) hrepayati, See √hrī
hreṣ (cf.√1. heṣ), cl. 1. Ā. (Dhātup. xvi, 21) hreṣate (m. c. also P. ○ti
• pf. jihreṣe &c., Gr.), to neigh (as a horse), whinny MBh. Kāv. &c
• to go, move Dhātup. xvi, 18 (v. l. for preṣ): Caus. hreṣayati, to cause to neigh MBh.
≫ hreṣā
hreṣā f. neighing (of a horse), whinnying MBh.
≫ hreṣita
hreṣita mfn. neighed ib.
• n. = prec. ib.
≫ hreṣin
hreṣin mfn. neighing, whinnying ib.
hreṣuka m. an instrument for digging, a kind of spade MBh.
hrauḍ (cf. √hruḍ, hrūḍ), cl. 1. P. hrauḍati, to go Dhātup. ix, 71 (v. l.)
hraum ind. an exclamation Cat.
hlag (cf. √hrag), cl. 1. Ā. hlagate, to cover, hide Dhātup. xix, 26
hlanna See under √hlād
hlap (v. l. hrap), cl. 10. P. hlāpayati, to speak Dhātup. xxxii, 115
• to sound, creak ib.
hlas (cf. √hras), cl. 1. P. hlasati, to sound Dhātup. xvii, 62
hlād (cf. √hrād), cl. 1. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. ii, 26) hlādate (perhaps orig. 'to make a cry of joy'), to be glad or refreshed, rejoice Nir. MBh.
• to sound, shout (for joy) ib.: Caus. hlādayati, ○te (aor. ajihladat
• Pass. ahlādayiṣata Daś. Bhaṭṭ.), to refresh, gladden, exhilarate, delight
TĀr. MBh. R. &c. [Cf. Gk. ?, ?, Old Germ. glat ; Eng. glad.] [1307, 3]
≫ hlatti
⋙ hlanna
⋙ hlanni
hlanni See pra-hl○
≫ hlāda
hlāda m. refreshment, pleasure, gladness, joy, delight R. VarBṛS. &c
• N. of a son of Hiraṇyakaśipu (= and v. l. for hrāda) VP.
≫ hlādaka
hlādaka mf(ikā)n. refreshing, gladdening, cooling RV. AV.
⋙ hlādikāvatī
hlādikā-vatī f. rich in refreshments or enjoyments RV.
≫ hlādana
hlādana mfn. id. MBh. R. Suśr.
• n. refreshing, refreshment Vāgbh. Kāvyâd.
≫ hlādanīya
hlādanīya mfn. fit for refreshment MBh.
≫ hlādita
hlādita mfn. refreshed, gladdened, delighted MBh. R. &c
≫ hlādin
hlādin mfn. refreshing, comforting, gladdening, exhilarating (○di-tva n.) MBh. Suśr. &c
• very noisy or loud (v. l. hrādin) VarBṛS.
• (inī), f. (cf. hrādi-nī) lightning L.
• Indra's thunderbolt L.
• the incense-tree L.
• a partic. Śakti BhP. Sch.
• a mystical N. of the sound d Up.
• N. of a river R.
≫ hlāduka
hlāduka mf(ā)n. exhilarating, cooling, fresh TĀr.
≫ hlādukāvatī
hlādukā-vatī f. = hlādikā-vatī ib.
≫ hlāduni
hlāduni f. (used in explaining hrāduni) Śaṃk.
hlī = √hrī, in the following derivatives:
≫ hlīka
hlī́ka mfn. bashful, modest TBr. Kāṭh.
• (ā), f. shame, modesty L.
≫ hlīku
hlīku mfn. ashamed, modest, shy L.
• m. lac L.
• tin L.
hleṣ = √hreṣ, in the following derivatives:
≫ hleṣā
hleṣā f. = hreṣā, neighing, whinnying L.
hval (cf. √hvṛ), cl. 1. P. (cf. Dhātup. xix, 44) hválati (m. c. also ○te ; pf. jahvāla aor. ahvālīt &c., Gr. ; inf. hválitos ŚBr.
• ind. p. -hvā́lam ib. &c.), to go crookedly or astray or wrong or deviously, stumble, fall, fail ŚBr. Bhaṭṭ.: Caus. hvalayati, or hvālayati (the former when prepositions are prefixed [Page 1308, Column 1]
• aor. ajihvalat), to cause to tremble, shake Bhaṭṭ.
≫ hvala
hvala mfn. stumbling, staggering PārGṛ.
• (ā́), f. going astray or wrong, failure ŚBr.
≫ hvalana
hvalana mfn. stumbling, staggering PārGṛ.
≫ hvāla
hvāla m. failure, cessation KātyŚr. ('dying' Sch.)
hvṛ or hvṝ (cf. √hval, √dhvṛ), cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. xxii, 23) hvárati (in RV. also hvárate ; and accord. to Dhātup. xxxi, 21 also hvṛṇāti ; pf. jahvāra, ○vartha, ○varuḥ Gr. ; aor. ahvārṣīt, hvārṣīt, hvār, hvāriṣuḥ VS. Br. Kāṭh. ; Prec. hvaryāt Gr. ; fut. hvartā, hvariṣyati ib.
• inf. hvartum ib.), to deviate or diverge from the right line, be crooked or curved, bend, go crookedly or wrongly or deviously, stumble, fall, down VS. &c. ( See above): Caus. hvārayati (aor. jihvaraḥ, ○ratam
juhuraḥ, juhūrthāḥ, juhurāṇá), to cause to go crookedly, lead wrong or astray RV.
• (Ā.) to go wrong or astray ib.: Desid. juhvūrṣati Gr.: Intens. jāhvaryate, jāhvarti ib.
≫ hvara
hvara See dharúṇa-hvara
≫ hvaraka
hvaraka m. pl. N. of a school, IndSt
≫ hvaras
hváras n. (pl.) crookedness, deceit, intrigue ib. VS.
• a partic. contrivance attached to the Soma-sieve (perhaps the curved rods fixed round the rim) RV.
• a trap, snare (?) RV. ii, 23, 6. [Page 1308, Column 2]
⋙ hvarita
hvarita mfn. Pāṇ. 7-2, 31 &c
≫ hvāra
hvārá m. 'going crookedly or deviously', a serpent RV. AV.
≫ hvārya
hvāryá mfn. serpentine, winding RV.
• m. a serpent Sāy. on RV. v, 9, 4
• a horse Naigh. i, 14
≫ hvṛta
hvṛta mfn. Pāṇ. 7-2, 31 &c
hve cl. 1. P. Ā. (cf. Dhātup. xxiii, 39) hváyati, ○te (Ved. also hávate and huváti, ○te ; other present forms are hve AV. ; hvāmahe VS. ; hóma, hūmáhe, juhūmási RV. ; p. huvāná with pass. sense ib. ; hvayāna MBh. ; pf. juhāva, juhuvuḥ ŚBr. &c. ; juhvé, juhūré RV. ; juhuve, huhurire Br. ; hvayāṃ-āsa and hvayāṃ-cakre MBh. ; aor. áhvat, ahvata [or ahvāsta Pāṇ. 3-1, 54] RV. &c. &c. ; ahvi AV. ; áhūmahi, ahūṣata RV. ; ahvāsīt [?] GopBr. ; fut. hvātā Gr. ; hvayiṣyati, ○te Br. ; hvāsyate ŚāṅkhŚr. ; inf. Class. hvātum ; Ved. hávitave, hváyitum, ○tavaí ; huvádhyai ; ind. p. Class. hūtvā
• Ved. -hū́ya and -hāvam), to call, call upon, summon, challenge, invoke (with nāmnā, 'to call by name' ; with yuddhe, 'to challenge to fight') RV. &c. &c
• to emulate, vie with W.: Pass. hūyáte (aor. áhāvi, or ahvāyi), to be called &c. RV.: Caus. hvāyayati (aor. ajūhavat or ajuhāvat), to cause anyone (acc.) to be challenged by (instr.) Vop.: Desid. juhūṣati, ○te Gr.: Intens. johūyate or jóhaviiti (johuvanta, ajohavuḥ, jóhuvat, jóhuvāna RV. AV. BhP.) or johoti (Gr.), to call on, invoke &c. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [1308, 3] [Page 1308, Column 3]
≫ hava 2
⋙ hāva
hāva &c. See p. 1294, cols. 1 and 2
≫ huta
huta (for hūta ?). See p. 1301, col. 1
≫ hūta
hūtá mfn. called, summoned, invited RV. Prab.
• n. the act of calling Pāṇ. 8-2, 84
⋙ hūtavat
○vat mfn. containing the word hūta ŚrS.
≫ hūti
hūti f. calling
• invocation &c
≫ hūya
hūya See devi- and pitṛ-hū́ya
≫ hotrā 2
hótrā f. (for 1. See p. 1306, col. 1) calling, call, invocation (also personifled) RV. TBr.
• (hotrābhiḥ), ind. by good words MBh. iii, 1332
⋙ hotrāvid
○vid mfn. knowing invocation RV.
≫ hvayana
⋙ hvayitavya
hvayitavya See ā-hv○
≫ hvā
hvā f. a name, appellation ( See giri-hvā)
≫ hvātavya
hvātavya mfn. to be called Nir.
≫ hvātṛ
hvātṛ m. (used in explaining hotṛ) ib.
≫ hvāna
hvāna n. calling, calling near MBh.
• a cry, noise ( See ku-hvāna)
≫ hvānīya
hvānīya mfn. to be called or invoked MW.
≫ hvāya
hvāya See svarga-hvāya
≫ hvāyaka
hvāyaka mfn. calling &c. Pat.
≫ hvāyakīya
hvāyakīya Nom. P. ○yati = hvāyakam icchati ib.: Desid. jihvāyakīyiṣati ib.
≫ hvāyayitavya
hvāyayitavya See ā-hv○
≫ hvāyin
hvāyin mfn. calling, invoking, challenging MW.
≫ hveya
hveya mfn. to be called or invoked ib. _