Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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va 1
va the 3rd semivowel (corresponding to the vowels u and ū, and having the sound of the English v, except when forming the last member of a conjunct consonant, in which case it is pronounced like w
• it is often confounded and interchanged with the labial consonant b)
⋙ vakāra
○kāra m. the letter or sound va TPrāt
-bheda m. N. of a treatise on the proper spelling of words beginning with v or b
va 2
va (only L.) m. air, wind
• the arm
• N. of Varuṇa
• the ocean, water
• addressing
• reverence
• conciliation
• auspiciousness
• a dwelling
• a tiger
• cloth
• the esculent √of the water-lily
• (ā), f. going
• hurting
• an arrow
• weaving
• a weaver (?). n. a sort of incantation or Mantra (of which the object is the deity Varuṇa)
• = pra-catas
• mfn. strong, powerful
va 3
va ind.= iva, like, as MBh. Kāv. &c. (in some more or less doubtful cases)
vaṃśá m. (derivation doubtful) the bamboo cane or any cane (accord. to L. also 'sugarcane' and 'Ṣorea Robusta') RV. &c. &c
• the upper timbers or beams of a house, the rafters or laths fastened to the beams (of a roof
• cf. prācīna-v○) AV. &c. &c
• a cross-beam, joist, joint VarBṛS
• a reed-pipe, flute, fife Kāv. Rājat
• the back-bone, spine VarBṛS. BhP
• a hollow or tubular bone BhP. (B.) Sch
• the upper nasal bone L
• the central projecting part of a scimitar or sabre VarBṛS
• the line of a pedigree or genealogy (from its resemblance to the succession of joints in a bamboo), lineage race, family, stock ŚBr. &c. &c. (esp. a noble race, a dynasty of kings, a list of teachers &c
Pāṇ. 2-1, 19 Sch.)
• offspring, a son BhP
• (ifc.) a succession or collection of similar things, assemblage multitude, host (as of chariots, stars &c.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• a partic. measure of length (= 10 Hastas) Līl
• a partic. musical note Śiś
• pride, arrogance Vās
• bamboo-manna L
• N. of Vishṇu L. (ā) f. N. of an Apsaras (daughter of Prādhā) MBh
• (ī), f. See s.v
⋙ vaṃśaṛṣi
○ṛṣi m. a Ṛishi mentioned in a Vaṃsa-Brāhmaṇa (or list of ancient teachers) Śaṃk
⋙ vaṃśakaṭhina
○kaṭhina m. a clump or thicket of bamboos Pāṇ. 4-4, 72 Sch. (cf. vāṃśakathinika)
⋙ vaṃśakapha
○kapha n. 'bamboo-phlegm', cottony or flocculent seeds floating in the air L
⋙ vaṃśakara
○kara m. making or founding a family, propagating or perpetuating a race MBh. R
• m. an ancestor ib
• a son Vikr
• N. of a man Cat
• (ā), f. N. of a river rising in the Mahêndra mountains MārkP. [Page 910, Column 2]
⋙ vaṃśakarpūrarocanā
○karpūra-rocanā f. = vaṃśa-rocanā L
⋙ vaṃśakarman
○karman n. bamboo-work, manufacture of baskets &c
○ma-kṛt mfn. doing bamboo- or basket-work R
⋙ vaṃśakīrti
○kīrti mfn. having family renown, celebrated W
⋙ vaṃśakṛt
○kṛt mfn. = vaṃśa-karma-kṛt R
• m. the founder of a family BhP
⋙ vaṃśakṛtya
○kṛtya n. flute-playing Ragh
⋙ vaṃśakramāgata
○kramâgata mfn. descended or inherited lineally, coming from a family in regular succession, obtained by family inheritance Kām. Hit
⋙ vaṃśakramāhitagaurava
○kramâhita-gaurava mfn. highly esteemed by the successive generations of a family Hcar
⋙ vaṃśakṣaya
○kṣaya m. family decay W
⋙ vaṃśakṣīrī
○kṣīrī f. bamboo-manna L
⋙ vaṃśaga
○ga f. id. L
⋙ vaṃśagulma
○gulma N. of a sacred bathing-place MBh
⋙ vaṃśagoptṛ
○goptṛ m. the supporter or preserver of a family MBh
⋙ vaṃśaghaṭikā
○ghaṭikā f. a kind of children's game Divyâv
⋙ vaṃśacarita
○carita n. family history, the history of a race or dynasty, genealogy W
⋙ vaṃśacarmakṛt
○carma-kṛt m. a worker in bṭbamboo and leather R
⋙ vaṃśacintaka
○cintaka m. an investigator of pedigrees, genealogist Hariv
⋙ vaṃśacchettṛ
○cchettṛ m. one who cuts off the line of descent, the last of a family or race VarBṛS
⋙ vaṃśaja
○ja mfn. made of or produced from bṭbamboo W
• born in the family of, belonging to the family of (loc. or comp.) Kāv. Var. Rājat
• belonging to the same family (plur. with prāktanāḥ = forefathers, ancestors) Kāv
• sprung from a good family W
• m. the seed of the bamboo L
• n. and (ā), f. bamboo-manna L
⋙ vaṃśataṇḍula
○taṇḍula m. the seed of the bṭbamboo L
⋙ vaṃśadalā
○dalā f. a kind of plant or grass (= vaṃśa-pattrī, jīrikā) L
⋙ vaṃśadhara
○dhara mfn. carrying or holding a bṭbamboo-cane &c. W
• maintaining or supporting a family MBh. R. &c
• m. the continuer of a family VP
• a descendant BhP
• (with mitra) N. of an author Cat
⋙ vaṃśadhānya
○dhānya m. n. the seed of the bṭbamboo L
⋙ vaṃśadhārā
○dhārā f. N. of a river rising in the Mahêndra mountains VP
⋙ vaṃśadhārin
○dhārin mfn. = vaṃśa-dhara Pañcar
⋙ vaṃśanartin
○nartín m. 'family-dancer', a buffoon VS
⋙ vaṃśanāḍikā
○nāḍikā or f. a pipe or tube made of bamboo Kathās
⋙ vaṃśanāḍī
○nāḍī f. a pipe or tube made of bamboo Kathās
⋙ vaṃśanātha
○nātha m. the head of a family, chief of a race R
⋙ vaṃśanālikā
○nālikā f. a pipe made of bṭbamboo, a reed, flute L. (cf. nāḍikā)
⋙ vaṃśaniśreṇī
○niśreṇī f. a ladder made of bṭbamboo Pañcat
⋙ vaṃśanetra
○netra n. a kind of sugar-cane, the √of sugar-cṭcane (= ikṣu-mūla) L
⋙ vaṃśapattra
○pattra n. a bamboo-leaf VarBṛS
• sulphuret of arsenic L
• a kind of metre (= vaṃśa-pattra-patita) Col
• m. a reed L
• (ī), f. a partic. kind of grass L
• the resin of Gardenia Gummifera Bhpr
-patita mfn. fallen on a bamboo-leaf
• n. a species of metre VarBṛS
-haritāla n. bambooleaved orpiment L
⋙ vaṃśapattraka
○pattraka m. (only L.) a reed
• white sugar-cane
• a sort of fish, Cynoglossus Lingua
• n. yellow orpiment L
⋙ vaṃśaparamparā
○paramparā f. family succession, lineage, descent W
⋙ vaṃśapātra
○pātra n. a bamboo vessel (also ī f.) KātyŚr. Sch
-kāriṇī f. a woman who makes bamboo vessels or baskets MW
⋙ vaṃśapīta
○pīta m. a kind of bdellium L
⋙ vaṃśapuṣpā
○puṣpā f. a species of creeper. L
⋙ vaṃśapūraka
○pūraka n. the √of the sugar-cane (= ikṣu-mūla) L
⋙ vaṃśapota
○pota m. 'bamboo shoot' and, 'child of a good family' Vās
⋙ vaṃśapratiṣṭhānakāra
○pratiṣṭhāna-kāra m. one who establishes his family on a firm foundation R
⋙ vaṃśabāhya
○bāhya mf(ā)n. repudiated by a family Hcar
⋙ vaṃśabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. N. of a Brahmaṇa (belonging to the Sāma-veda and containing a chronological list of ancient teachers)
• of a part of the Śata-patha Brāhmaṇa (xiv, 5, 5, 20-22)
⋙ vaṃśabhava
○bhava mfn. 'made of bamboo and 'descended from a noble race' Bhām
⋙ vaṃśabhāra
○bhāra m. a load of bamboo Pāṇ. 5-1, 50
⋙ vaṃśabhṛt
○bhṛt m. the supporter or perpetuator of a family, head of a race MBh. Kathās
⋙ vaṃśabhojya
○bhojya mfn. to be possessed by a family, hereditary
• n. (with rajya) an hereditary estate MBh
⋙ vaṃśamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of bamboo KātyŚr. Sch
⋙ vaṃśamūla
○mūla n. the √of the sugar-cane L
⋙ vaṃśamūlaka
○mūlaka n. N. of a sacred bathing-place MBh
⋙ vaṃśamṛnmaya
○mṛn-maya mf(ī)n. made of bṭbamboo and clay L
⋙ vaṃśayava
○yava m. the grain of bamboo L
⋙ vaṃśarāja
○rāja m. a high or lofty bamboo Hariv
• N. of a king (-kula n. his race) Lalit
⋙ vaṃśarājyadhara
○rājya-dhara mfn. perpetuating race and dominion Kathās
⋙ vaṃśarocanā
○rocanā or f. an earthy concretion of a milk white colour formed in the hollow of a bṭbamboo and called bamboo-manna L. (also -locana Car.)
⋙ vaṃśalocanā
○locanā f. an earthy concretion of a milk white colour formed in the hollow of a bamboo and called bamboo-manna L. (also -locana Car.)
⋙ vaṃśalakṣmī
○lakṣmī f. the family fortune MW
⋙ vaṃśalūna
○lūna mfn. cut off from one's family, alone in the world Ml
⋙ vaṃśavarṇa
○varṇa m. the chick pea, Cicer Arietinum L
⋙ vaṃśavartin
○vartin m. a partic. class of gods in the third Manv-antara VP
⋙ vaṃśavardhana
○vardhana mf(ī)n. increasing or prospering a family Vikr
• n. the act of causing prosperity to a family R
• m. a son Daś
⋙ vaṃśavardhin
○vardhin mfn. = prec. MBh
⋙ vaṃśavitati
○vitati f. a clump or thicket of bamboos Kir
• family descent W
⋙ vaṃśavidāriṇī
○vidāriṇī f. a woman whose employment is to split bamboo MW. [Page 910, Column 3]
⋙ vaṃśaviśuddha
○viśuddha mfn. (made) of a good bamboo W
• of a pure or good family ib
⋙ vaṃśavistara
○vistara m. a complete genealogy VP
⋙ vaṃśavṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. prosperity of a family W
⋙ vaṃśaśarkarā
○śarkarā f. = -rocanā L
⋙ vaṃśaśalākā
○śalākā f. a bamboo peg or screw at the lower end of a Viṇs or lute, (accord. to some) the bṭbamboo pipe that forms the body of the lute L
• any small bamboo pin or stake (as the bar of a cage &c.) W
⋙ vaṃśasamācāra
○samācāra m. family usage W
⋙ vaṃśastanita
○stanita v. l. for -sthavila Chandom
⋙ vaṃśastūpa
○stūpa n. the uppermost beam of a house (that supports the roof) ĀpGṛ. Sch
⋙ vaṃśastha
○stha n. (or ā f. ?) a partic. metre (= vaṃśasthavila) Piṅg
⋙ vaṃśasthavila
○sthavila n. the hollow or cavity of a bamboo cane
• N. of a species of Jagati metre (used in the beginning of the Ritu-saṃhāra) Chandom
⋙ vaṃśasthiti
○sthiti f. the state or condition of a family Kālid
⋙ vaṃśahīna
○hīna mfn. destitute of family or descendants, having no kindred Hit
⋙ vaṃśāgata
vaṃśâgata mfn. coming from one's family, inherited, obtained by inheritance Kām
⋙ vaṃśāgra
vaṃśâgra n. the point or end of a bṭbamboo cane, the shoot of a bamboo Sāy
⋙ vaṃśāṅkura
vaṃśâṅkura m. a bamboo shoot or sprout L
⋙ vaṃśānukīrtana
vaṃśânukīrtana n. the recounting or proclaiming a family or a genealogy Cat
⋙ vaṃśānukrama
vaṃśânukrama m. family succession, genealogy, lineal inheritance Ragh
⋙ vaṃśānuga
vaṃśânuga mfn. being on or along the central projecting part of a sword VarBṛS
• passing from family to family Rājat
⋙ vaṃśānucarita
vaṃśânucarita n. the history of a family or dynasty, a genealogical list (one of five distinguishing marks of a Purāṇa) BhP. IW. 511
⋙ vaṃśānuvaṃśacarita
vaṃśânuvaṃśa-carita n. the history of both old and recent families ( See prec.) L
⋙ vaṃśāntara
vaṃśântara m. Amphidonax Karka L
⋙ vaṃśāvatī
vaṃśā-vatī f. a proper N., g. śarâdi on Pāṇ. 6-3, 120
⋙ vaṃśāvalī
vaṃśâvalī f. the line of a family, pedigree, genealogy L
⋙ vamaśāhva
vamaśâhva m. bamboo-manna L
⋙ vaṃśodbheda
vaṃśodbheda N. of a Tīrtha MatsyaP
≫ vaṃśaka
vaṃśaka m. a kind of large sugar-cane Suśr
• a tubular bone R. (B.) Sch
• a small fish, Cynoglossus Lingua L
• N. of a prince VP
• (ikā), f. a kind of pipe or flute L
• aloe wood, Agallochum L
• n. Agallochum L
≫ vaṃśika
vaṃśika mfn. belonging or relating to a bamboo, pertaining to a family &c., lineal, genealogical W
• m. a measure of 4 Stomas L
• the son of a Sūdra and a Veṇi L
• n. aloe wood L
≫ vaṃśin
vaṃśin mfn. belonging to a family (cf. sva-v○)
≫ vaṃśivādya
vaṃśi-vādya prob. wṛ. for vaṃśī-v○ (q.v.)
≫ vaṃśī
vaṃśī f. a flute, pipe Pañcar
• an artery, vein L
• a partic. measure (cf. vaṃśika) L
• a partic. weight (= 4 Karshas) L
• bamboo manna L
⋙ vaṃśīgīta
○gīta n. playing on a flute, Vṛishabhân
⋙ vaṃśīdāsa
○dāsa m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vaṃśīdhara
○dhara mfn. holding a flute (said of Kṛishṇa) Pañcar
• m. (also with daiva-jña and śarman) N. of various authors and other men Cat
⋙ vaṃśīrava
○rava m. the sound of a flute Gīt
⋙ vaṃśīvadana
○vadana m. (with śarman) N. of an author Cat
⋙ vaṃśīvādya
○vādya (?), n. a flute, Tithyâd. (cf. vaṃśi-v○)
≫ vaṃśīya
vaṃśīya mfn. belonging to a family, of a good family, of the same family BhP
≫ vaṃśya
vaṃśya mfn. = prec., peculiar to a family, geneological, lineal Mn. MBh. &c
• belonging or attached to a main beam BhP
• connected with the back-hone or spine (as subst. 'a bone in the arm or leg') BhP
• preceding any one (gen.) in a science (loc.), being a person's teacher in anything Āpast
• m. any member of a family, a son, lineal descendant
• an ancestor, forefather
• a kinsman from seven generations above and seven below Mn. MBh. &c
• a pupil, scholar W. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-1, 19)
• pl. the members of a family, ancestors or descendants Mn. MBh. &c
• a cross-beam, joist BhP
• (ā), f. coriander L
⋙ vaṃśyānucarita
vaṃśyânucarita vḷ. for vaṃśân○ BhP
váṃsaga m. a bull RV. AV
vaṃh See √baṃh, p. 719
≫ vaṃhiṣṭha
⋙ vaṃhīyas
vaṃhīyas See baṃh○ ib
vak 1
vak = √vac, in the Vedic form vivakmi
vak 2
vak or vaṅk (connected with √vañc, q.v.), cl. 1.Ā. vaṅkate, to be crooked, go crookedly Dhātup. iv, 14
• to go, roll ib. 21 (only 3. pl. pf. vāvakre, they rolled' RV. vii, 21, 3)
≫ vaka
vaka &c. See baka, p. 719
≫ vakra
vakrá mf(ā)n. crooked, curved, bent, tortuous, twisted, wry, oblique AV. &c. &c
• curled, curly (as hair) AV. &c. &c
• having an apparently backward motion, retrograde (said of planets) Sūryas. Var. &c. [Page 911, Column 1]
• (in prosody) long (the form of the long mark being curved)
• crooked in disposition, cunning, fraudulent, dishonest, evasive, ambiguous KaṭhUp. MBh. &c
• hostile, cruel, malignant, inauspicious Kāv. Kathās. Sāh
• m. a nose L
• the planet Mars VarBṛS
• the planet Saturn L
• a partic. drug (= parpaṭa) L
• N. of Rudra L
• of the Asura Bāṇa L
• of a prince of the Karūshas MBh. (v. l. vaktra)
• of a Rākshasa R
• pl. N. of a people VP. (v. l. cakra)
• (ā), f. a partic. musical instrument Lāṭy
• (scil. gati) a partic. variation in the course of Mercury VarBṛS
• n. the winding course of a river, the arm or bend of a stream ŚvetUp
• the apparent retrograde motion of a planet MBh. Hariv. VarBṛS
• a form of fracture (when a bone is bent or only partially broken) Suśr
• wṛ. for vaktra
⋙ vakrakaṇṭa
○kaṇṭa m. having crooked thorns', the jujube tree L
• = next L
⋙ vakrakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. Acacia Catechu L
⋙ vakrakila
○kila m. a curved iron for striking an elephant L
⋙ vakrakhaḍga
○khaḍga or m. a curved sword, scimitar, sabre L
⋙ vakrakhaḍgaka
○khaḍgaka m. a curved sword, scimitar, sabre L
⋙ vakraga
○ga or mfn. having a retrograde motion (as a planet) Sūryas. VarBṛS
⋙ vakragata
○gata mfn. having a retrograde motion (as a planet) Sūryas. VarBṛS
⋙ vakragati
○gati mfn. = prec. BhP
• = -gāmin Hariv
• f. crooked or winding course, apparent retrograde motion or retrogression (said of the course of a planet) Sūryas
⋙ vakragandhanibandhakṛt
○gandha-nibandha-kṛt m. N. of the poet Bāṇa Cat
⋙ vakragamana
○gamana n. = -gati f. MBh
⋙ vakragāmin
○gāmin m. going crookedly, fraudulent, dishonest Hariv
⋙ vakragrīva
○grīva m. 'having a curved neck', a camel L
⋙ vakracañcu
○cañcu m. having a curved beak', a parrot' L
⋙ vakratā
○tā f. crookedness, curvedness, tortuousness, Siś. MārkP
• (in astron.) retrograde motion Sūryas
• the going crookedly or wrong, failure, mishap L
• ambiguity, perverseness, falseness Prasannar
⋙ vakratāla
○tāla n. or a partic. wind-instrument L. (cf. -nāla)
⋙ vakratālī
○tālī f. a partic. wind-instrument L. (cf. -nāla)
⋙ vakratuṇḍa
○tuṇḍa mfn. having a curved beak BhP
• m. a parrot L
• N. of Gaṇêśa (as having an elephant's curved trunk) TĀr
-gaṇa-nāyaka-prakaraṇa n. -pūjā-vidhi m. -stavana n. -stotra, n
○ḍâṣṭaka n. N. of wks
⋙ vakratodin
○todin mfn. stinging or pricking treacherously MantraBr
⋙ vakratva
○tva n. = -tā Kāv. Kathās
⋙ vakradaṃṣṭra
○daṃṣṭra m. 'having curved tusks', a boar L. (wṛ. vaktra-d○)
⋙ vakradanta
○danta m. N. of a prince of the Karūshas, M Bh. (v. l. danta-vakra and danta-vaktra)
⋙ vakradantībīja
○dantī-bīja m. Croton Jamalgota L
⋙ vakradala
○dala wṛ. for vaktra-d○
⋙ vakradṛś
○dṛś mfn. looking obliquely, squinting Gal
⋙ vakradṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi mfn. id
• jealous, envious MW
• f. oblique vision, an oblique look, malignant regard, hostile view ib
⋙ vakradhī
○dhī mfn. deceitful, dishonest BhP
• f. deceitfulness, dishonesty ib
⋙ vakranakra
○nakra m. having a curved beak', a parrot L
• a low or depraved man L
⋙ vakranāla
○nāla n. a sort of wind-instrument L. (cf. -tāla)
⋙ vakranāsa
○nāsa mfn. having a curved nose or beak R. Pañcat
• m. N. of the councillor of an owl-king Kathās. Pañcat
⋙ vakranāsika
○nāsika m. having a curved beak', an owl L
⋙ vakrapakṣa
○pakṣa mfn. having bent or curved wings, Śulbas
⋙ vakrapada
○pada n. a cloth marked with various patterns L
⋙ vakrapāda
○pāda mfn. crookedlegged, Katbās
• m. N. of Gaṇeśa Gal
⋙ vakrapuccha
○puccha or m. 'curly-tailed', a dog L
⋙ vakrapucchika
○pucchika m. 'curly-tailed', a dog L
⋙ vakrapura
○pura n. N. of a town, Kathls
⋙ vakrapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. Butea Frondosa L
• Agati Grandiflora L
• another plant (= baka) L
⋙ vakrapluta
○pluta mfn. leaping in curves, Kathās
⋙ vakrabuddhi
○buddhi mfn. crooked-minded', deceitful, false Hcat
⋙ vakrabhaṇita
○bhaṇita n. indirect speech, equivocation, evasion, Ratnav. (in Prākṛit)
⋙ vakrabhāva
○bhāva m. curvature, crookedness Piṅg. Sch
• cunning, craft, deceit Prab
⋙ vakrabhuja
○bhuja m. crooked-armed', N. of Gaṇeśa Gal
⋙ vakramati
○mati mfn. = -buddhi MBh
⋙ vakrayodhin
○yodhin m. 'fighting deceitfully', N. of a Dānava VP
⋙ vakrarekhā
○rekhā f. a curved line MW
⋙ vakralāṅgūla
○lāṅgūla m. -puccha L
⋙ vakravaktra
○vaktra m. having a curved snout', a boar L
⋙ vakravākya
○vākya n. ambiguous speech Śiś. (wṛ. vaktra-v○)
⋙ vakravāladhi
○vāladhi m. = -puccha L
⋙ vakraśalyā
○śalyā f. Capparis Sepiaria L
• Abrus Precatorius L
⋙ vakraśriṅga
○śriṅga mf(ī)n. having crooked or curved horns Col
⋙ vakrasaṃstha
○saṃstha mfn. placed transversely MW
⋙ vakrākhya
vakrâkhya n. tin L
⋙ vakrāgra
vakrâgra n. N. of a plant L
⋙ vakrāṅga
vakrâṅga n. (ifc. f. ī) a crooked limb Hariv
• wṛ. for vakrâṅghri (q.v.) Rājat
• m. having a curved body', a goose
• the ruddy goose L
• a snake L
⋙ vakrāṅghri
vakrâṅghri m. a crooked foot
-saṃgrâma m. (prob.) a treacherous fight Rājat
⋙ vakretara
vakrêtara mfn. 'other than crooked', straight, not curled (as hair) Ragh
⋙ vakrokti
vakrôkti f. indirect mode of expression Kull. on Mn.iii, 133
• a figure of speech consisting in the use of evasive speech or reply (either by means of a pun, or by an affected change of tone, e.g. Mudr. i, 1) Kpr
-jīvita n. -pañcāśikā f. N. of wks. [Page 911, Column 2]
⋙ vakroṣṭhi
vakr'-oṣṭhi f. (L.),
⋙ vakroṣṭhika
vakr'-oḍṣṭhika n. (L.) or (HPariś.) a slight smile, one in which the lips are drawn on one side without the teeth being shown
⋙ vakroṣṭhikā
vakr'-oḍṣṭhikā f. (HPariś.) a slight smile, one in which the lips are drawn on one side without the teeth being shown
≫ vakratu
vakratu m. N. of a deity MārkP
≫ vakri
vakri mfn. equivocating, prevaricating, lying L
≫ vakrita
vakrita mfn. curved, crooked, bent Amar. Naish
• entering on an apparently retrograde course (as a planet) VarBṛS
≫ vakrin
vakrin mfn. crooked W
• bending the neck (ss a singer) Saṃgīt
• retrograding, moving apparently backwards (said of Mars and other planets) Sūryas
• dishonest, fraudulent W
• m. a weakling of a partic. kind Car
• a Jaina or Buddha L
≫ vakrima
vakrima mfn. bent, curved Amar. (vḷ. for vakrita)
≫ vakriman
vakriman m. crookedness, curvature Kāv
• ambiguity, duplicity Sāh
≫ vakrī
vakrī in comp. for vakra
⋙ vakrīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. curving, bending, distorting W
⋙ vakrīkṛ
○√kṛ P
⋙ vakrīkaroti
○karoti to make crooked or curved, bend (a bow) Bālar
⋙ vakrīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made crooked or curved, bent, Gol' Sch
⋙ vakrībhāva
○bhāva m. curvature, curve W
• fraudulent or dishonest disposition ib
⋙ vakrībhū
○√bhū P
⋙ vakrībhavati
○bhavati to become crooked or bent Suśr
• to retrograde (said of planets) MBh. Sch
⋙ vakrībhūta
○bhūta mfn. bent, crooked W
• dishonest ib
• inauspicious, hostile, adverse Cāṇ
≫ vakva
vákva mfn. winding about, rolling, bubbling (as Sonia) RV
≫ vakvan
vákvan mf(ar
• )n. id. ib
≫ vaṅka
vaṅka m. 'roaming about', a vagabond Bhadrab
• crookedness W
• the bend or elbow of a river L
• = nadī-pātra L
• = f. L
• (ā), f. the pummel of a saddle L
⋙ vaṅkasena
○sena m. a kind of tree (cf. vaṅga-s○)
≫ vaṅkaṭaka
vaṅkaṭaka m. N. of a mountain Kathās
≫ vaṅkara
vaṅkara m. = vaṅka, the bend of a river L
≫ vaṅkālakācārya
vaṅkâlakâcārya m. (Prākṛ. for vakrâl○?) N. of an astronomer (who wrote in Prākṛit) Cat
≫ vaṅkālā
vaṅkālā f. N. of a place Rājat
≫ vaṅkiṇī
vaṅkiṇī f. a species of plant L
≫ vaṅkimadāsa
vaṅkima-dāsa m. (Prākṛ. for vakrima-d○?), with kavi-rāja, N. of an author Cat
≫ vaṅkila
vaṅkila m. a thorn L
≫ vaṅku
vaṅkú mfn. going crookedly or hurriedly, hastening, rash RV
≫ vaṅkya
vaṅkya mfn. crooked, curved, flexible, pliant Pāṇ. 7-3, 63 Sch
≫ vaṅkri
vaṅkri f. a rib, the rib of any animal (as of a horse, said to have 34 ribs, or of an ox, said to have 26, &c.) RV. Br. ŚrS. BhP. (also ī f.)
• the ribs or timber of a roof. L
• a partic. musical instrument L
vákala m. inner rind or bark, bast TBr. SāṅkhBr
vakasuhāṇa m. or n. (?) N. of a place L
vakula &c. See bakula
vakuśa m. a partic. animal living in the foliage of trees Suśr
vakerukā vakoṭa, See bak○
vakk cl. 1. Ā. vakkate, to go Dhātup. iv, 27 (vḷ.)
vakkalin m. (Prākṛ. for valkalin) N. of a Ṛishi Buddh
vakkasa prob. wṛ. for vakvasa
vakkula m. N. of a man, Buddb. (vḷ. vatkula and vakula)
vaktavya vaktṛ, vaktra &c. See p. 912, cols. 1, 2
vakra &c. See p. 910, col. 3
va-krama m. (for ava-krama) flight, retreat L
va-kraya m. (for ava-kraya), price L
vakrātapa m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (B. cakrāti)
vakrolaka m. N. of a village Kathās
• of a town ib
vákva vákvan, See above
vakvasa m. a partic. intoxicating drink Suśr. &c. [Page 911, Column 3]
vakṣ (cf. √1. ukṣ), cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. xvii, 11) vakṣati (pf. vavakṣa fut. vakṣitā &c., Gr
• really there occur only the pf. forms vavákṣa, vavákṣitha, vavakṣatuḥ, vavakṣúḥ, vavakṣé, vavakṣire), to grow, increase, be strong or powerful RV
• to be angry Dhātup.: Caus. vakṣayati, to make grow, cause to be strong RV. [Cf. Gk. ?, ? ; Lith. [911, 3] aúgti ; Goth. wahsja, 1 ; Germ. wahsan, wachsen ; Angl. Sax. weaxan ; Eng. wax
• See also under √1. ukṣ.]
≫ vakṣaḥ
vakṣaḥ in comp. for vakṣas
⋙ vakṣaḥsammardinī
○sammardinī f. a wife (as, pressing or reclining on her husband's breast') MW
⋙ vakṣaḥstha
○stha mfn. being on or in the breast Kathās
⋙ vakṣaḥsthala
○sthala n. the place of the breast, bosom, heart MW
≫ vakṣaṇa 1
vákṣaṇa mf(ī)n. strengthening, refreshing, invigorating RV. x, 64, 9 (cf. vi- and viira-v○)
• n. refreshment, invigoration ib. vi, 23, 6
• the breast L. (cf. vakṣas)
• (áṇā), f. nourisher', the stomach, abdomen, interior, cavity
• the sides, flank RV. AV. Kauś. (others also 'udder', = yoni, lit. and fig., &c.)
• the bed of a river RV. iii, 33, : 2
• a river Naigh. i, 13
• refreshment, oblation RV. v, 52, 15
≫ vakṣaṇi
vakṣáṇi mfn. strengthening, making strong RV
≫ vakṣatha
vakṣátha m. invigoration, increase, growth ib
≫ vakṣaś
vakṣaś in comp. for vakṣas
⋙ vakṣaśchada
○chada m. 'breast-cover', armour L
≫ vakṣas
vákṣas n. sg. and pl. (cf. vakṣaṇa and pakṣas) the breast, bosom, chest RV. &c. &c
• m. an ox, bullock L
⋙ vakṣaskāra
○kāra m. a bag, sack or bag-like receptacle (prob. for keeping valuable things, and so called from being borne upon the breast, applied to sections of Jaina wks
• cf' karaṇḍaka and piṭaka)
⋙ vakṣaskārikā
○kārikā f. (prob.) id. Uttamac
⋙ vakṣastaṭāghāta
○taṭâghāta m. a blow on the region of the chest MW
≫ vakṣasija
vakṣasi-ja m.= vakṣo-ja L
≫ vakṣo
vakṣo in comp. fur vakṣas
⋙ vakṣogrīva
○grīva m. N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh
⋙ vakṣoja
○ja m. du. 'rising out of the chest', the female breast, Kav. Sāh. (-ta f. Bhāni.)
⋙ vakṣomaṇi
○maṇi m. a jewel worn on the breast Śiś
⋙ vakṣomaṇḍalin
○maṇḍalin m. (scil. hasta) a partic. position of the hands in dancing Cat
⋙ vakṣoruh
○ruh (Dhūrtas.) or (L.), m.= -ja
⋙ vakṣoruha
○ruha (L.), m.= -ja
vakṣaṇa 2
vakṣaṇa m. (√vah), prob.'rushing along', N. of Agni ( See next)
⋙ vakṣaṇesthā
vakṣaṇesthā́ mfn. being in Agni or fire RV. v, 19, 5 (Sāy.)
≫ vakṣi
vakṣi f. a flame RV. v, 19, 5 (cf. prec.)
vakṣu (prob.) m. the Oxus VarBṛS. (cf. vaṅkṣu)
vakṣyamāṇa See p. 912, col, 2
vakh (cf. √vaṅkh), cl. 1. P. vakhati, to go, move Dhātup. v, 16
vagalā f. a goddess worshipped by the Tantrikas Cat
⋙ vagalākaipa
○kaipa m
⋙ vagalāpaṭala
○paṭala m. or n
⋙ vagalāmantrasādhana
○mantra-sādhana n
⋙ vagalāvidhāna
○vidhāna n
⋙ vagalāsahasranāman
○sahasra-nāman n. N. of wks
⋙ vagalāmukhī
○mukhī f. = -vagaíā Cat
-kavaca n. -dīpa-dāna n. -pañcâṅga n. -paddhati, f. -prakaraṇa n. -stotra n. N. of wks
va-gāha m. (for ava-gāha) bathing, ablution Vop
≫ vagāhya
va-gāhya ind. having bathed or dipped into or entered MW
vagnu vagvana, vagvanu, See p. 912, col. 2
vághā f. a kind of noxious animal AV
⋙ vaghāpati
○pati m. the male of the Vaghā ib
vaṅk See √2. vak
≫ vaṅka
⋙ vaṅkaṭaka
vaṅkaṭaka &c. See under √2. vak, col. 2
vaṅkṣaṇa 12. (cf. 1. vakṣaṇa) the groin, the pubic and iliac regions (also ā f.) VarBṛS. Suśr
• the thigh-joint MW
vaṅkṣu f. an arm or branch of the Ganges W. (cf. vaṅka, vaṅku)
• the Oxus MBh. Pur. (cf. vakṣu)
vaṅkh (cf. √vakh), cl. 1. P. vaṅkhati, to go, move Dhātup. v, 17
vaṅkhara mfn. = cāru (applied to a body) Pañcar
• m. N. of a man ( See next). [Page 912, Column 1]
⋙ vaṅkharabhaṇḍīratha
○bhaṇḍīratha m. the descendants of Vaṅkhara and Bhanḍīratha, g. tika-kitavâdi
vaṅg cl. 1. P. vaṅgati, to go Dhātup. v, 39
• to go lamely, limp Vop
vaṅga m. Bengal proper or the eastern parts of the modern province (pl. its inhabitants) AV.Pariś. MBh. &c
• N. of a king of the lunar race (son of Dīrgha-tamas or Dīrgha-tapas and Su-deshṇā, regarded as the common ancestor of the people of Bengal) MBh. Hariv. Pur
• a tree, AitAr
• a species of tree Hcar. (vḷ. vaṅgaka)
• N. of a mountain Jātakam
• m. n. cotton L
• Solanum Melongena L
• n. tin or lead L
⋙ vaṅgaja
○ja n. brass, redlead L
⋙ vaṅgajīvana
○jīvana n. silver L
⋙ vaṅgadattavaidyaka
○datta-vaidyaka (?), N. of wk. by Vaṅga-sena
⋙ vaṅgadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of an author, Cai
⋙ vaṅgadeśa
○deśa m. the country of Bengal MW
⋙ vaṅgalipi
○lipi f. Bengal writing Lalit
⋙ vaṅgaśulbaja
○śulbaja (?), n. brass, bell-metal L
⋙ vaṅgasena
○sena m. a kind of tree L. (cf. vaṅka-s○)
• N. of a medical writer (author of the Cikitsā-sāra-saṃgraha) Bhpr
• of a grammarian, Cat-
⋙ vaṅgasenāka
○senâka m. Agati Grandiflora L
⋙ vaṅgāri
vaṅgâri m. yellow orpiment L
⋙ vaṅgeśvararasa
vaṅgeśvara-rasa m. a partic. medical preparation L
≫ vaṅgaka
vaṅgaka m. a species of tree Hcar. (v. l. vaṅga)
≫ vaṅgana
vaṅgana m. the egg-plant, Solanum Melongena W. (cf. vaṅga)
≫ vaṅgīya
vaṅgīya mfn. relating or belonging to Vaṅga, Bengal, g. gahâdi
vaṅgara m. N. of a prince VP
vaṅgalā f. (in music) a partic. Ragiṇī L
≫ vaṅgāla
vaṅgāla m. N. of a son of the Rāga Bhairava L
• (ī), f. N. of the wife of the Rāga Bhairava (also ikā f.) ib
≫ vaṅgulā
vaṅgulā f. = vangalā W
vaṅgiri m. N. of a king BhP
váṅgṛda m. N. of a demon RV
vaṅgerikā f. a small basket Daś
vaṅgh cl. 1. Ā. vaṅghate, to go
• to set out
• to begin
• to move swiftly
• to blame or censure Dhātup. iv, 36
vaṅgha m. a kind of tree Kauś. (cf. vanga)
vac cl. 2. P. (Dhātup. xxiv, 55) vakti (occurs only in sg. vacmi, vakṣi, vakti, and Impv. vaktu
• Ved. also cl. 3. P. vívakti
• pf. uvā́ca, ūj RV. &c. &c
uváktha AV
vavāca, vavakṣé RV
• aor. avocat, ○cata RV. &c. &c
• in Veda also Subj. vocati, ○te, vecāti
• Pot. vocét, ○ceta
• Impv. vocatu
• Prec. ucyāsam Br
• fut. vaktā́ ib. &c
vakṣyáti RV. &c. &c
○te MBh
• Cond. avakṣyat Br. Up
• inf. vâktum Br. &c
○tave RV
○tos Br
• ind. p. uktvā́ Br. &c
-úcya ib.), to speak, say, tell, utter, announce, declare, mention, proclaim, recite, describe (with acc. with or without prati dat. or gen. of pers., and acc. of thing
• often with double acc., e.g. tam idaṃ vākyam uvāca, 'he spoke this speech to him'
• with double acc. also, to name, call', Ā. with nom
• 'one's self'
• with punar, 'to speak again, repeat'
• or 'to answer, reply') RV. &c. &c
• to reproach, revile (acc.) Hariv. R.: Pass. ucyáte (aor. avāci, or in later language avoci), to be spoken or said or told or uttered &c. RV. &c. &c. (yad ucyate, 'what the saying is')
• to resound RV
• to be called or accounted, be regarded as, pass for (nom. L. also loc.) Mn. MBh. &c.: Caus. vācayati, ○te (Pot. vācayīta AśvGṛ
• aor. aviivacat
• Pass. vācyate), to cause to say or speak or recite or pronounce (with, double acc
• often the object is to be supplied) Br. GṛS. MBh. &c
• to cause anything written or printed to speak, i.e. to read out loud Hariv. Kāv. Kathās. &c
• (Dhātup. xxxiv, 35) to say, tell, declare Bhaṭṭ
• to promise MBh.: Desid. vivakṣati, ○te (Pass. vivakṣyate), to desire to say or speak or recite or proclaim or declare MBh. Kāv. &c
• (Pass.) to be meant Saṃk. Sarvad.: Intens. (only ávāvacīt) to call or cry aloud RV. x, 102, 6. [Cf. Gk. ? for ? in ?, ?, ? &c. ; Lat. vocare, vox ; [912, 1] Germ. gi-waht, gi-wahinnen, [er-wÂ"hnen].]
≫ vaktave
vaktave Ved. inf. of √vac (cf. above) RV. vii, 31, 5 (Sāy. 'váktu mfn. speaking harshly, reviling')
≫ vaktavya
vaktavyá mf(ā)n. to be (or being) spoken or said or uttered or declared, fit to be said or spoken &c. ŚBr. &c. &c. (n. impers. 'it should be said' &c.) [Page 912, Column 2]
• to be named or called VarBṛS
• to be spoken to or addressed, to be told (with acc. of thing) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to be spoken about or against, objection. able, reprehensible, vile, low, bad Mn. MBh. &c
• liable to be called to account, accountable or answerable or responsible or subject to, dependent on (gen. or comp.) MBh. R
• n. speaking, speech Pañcat
• blame, censure Mṛicch
• a rule, dictum, aphorism W
⋙ vaktavyatā
○tā f
⋙ vaktavyatva
○tva n. the state of being fit or proper to be said or spoken or spoken to or about or against, reproachableness, blamableness, the having a bad name, accountableness or subjection to, dependence Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ vaktavyahṛdaya
○hṛdaya mfn. (ifc.) one whose heart is accountable to or dependent on R
≫ vakti
vakti f. speech (cf. ukti) BṛĀrUp. (ŚBr. vacas)
≫ vaktu
vaktu in comp. for inf. vaktum
⋙ vaktukāma
○kāma mfn. desirous of speaking, intending to speak, SarṅgP
⋙ vaktumanas
○manas mfn. having a mind to speak, being about to speak MW
≫ vaktṛ
vaktṛ́ mfn. one who speaks, a speaker, proclaimer of (Ved. gen
• Class' gen., acc., or comp.) RV. &c. &c
• croaking (said of frogs) Subh
• speaking sensibly, eloquent L
• learned, wise W
• honest, sincere ib.'
• loquacious, talkative ib
• m. a speaker, orator MBh. Kāv. &c
• an expounder, teacher Sarvad
⋙ vaktṛtā
○tā f. ability to speak, talkativeness, eloquence, Satr
⋙ vaktṛtva
○tva n. id. Kshem
⋙ vaktṛśakti
○śakti f. power of speech MW
≫ vaktṛka
vaktṛka (ifc.) = vaktṛ, speaking, a speaker Kap. Sch
≫ vaktos
váktos See under √vac
≫ vaktra
vaktra n. 'organ of speech', the mouth, face, muzzle, snout, proboscis, jaws, beak &c. Mn. MBh. &c. (vaktraṃkṛ, to open the mouth, gape)
• the point (of an arrow) MBh
• the spout (of a jug or vessel, See a-vaktra)
• beginning, commencement Gaṇit
• (in alg.) the initial quantity or first term of a progression Col
• a metre containing 4 x 8 syllables, Kāvyad
• a sort of garment L
• the √of Tabernaemontana Coronaria L
• m. N. of a king of the Karūshas MW. (vḷ. vakra)
⋙ vaktrakhura
○khura m. (prob. for -kṣura, 'mouth-razor') a tooth L
⋙ vaktracchada
○cchada m. a cloth covering the face (of an elephant) Śiś
⋙ vaktraja
○ja m. 'mouth-born', a tooth L
• sprung from the mouth (of Brahmā)', a Brāhman L
⋙ vaktratāla
○tāla n. a wind-instrument (said also to mean 'making a noise by striking the mouth with the hand at the moment of uttering sound') L. (cf. vakrato)
⋙ vaktratuṇḍa
○tuṇḍa m. 'having a proboscis on the face', N. of Gaṇeśsa L. (cf. vakra-t○)
⋙ vaktradaṃṣṭra
○daṃṣṭra wṛ. for vakra-d
⋙ vaktradala
○dala n. 'part of the mouth', the palate L
⋙ vaktradvāra
○dvāra n. the aperture of the mouth Pañcat
⋙ vaktrapaṭa
○paṭa (ifc. f. ā) a veil Rājat
⋙ vaktrapaṭṭa
○paṭṭa m. nose-bag', a bag containing corn tied round a horse's head L
⋙ vaktraparispanda
○parispanda m. 'mṭmouth-motion', speech, discourse MBh. i, 2233
⋙ vaktrabhedin
○bhedin mfn. 'mouth-cutting', pungent, bitter L
⋙ vaktrayodhin
○yodhin m. 'lighting with the mouth', N. of an Asura Hariv
⋙ vaktraruha
○ruha m. or n. (?) 'face-growing', hair growing on the face or on the proboscis of an elephant VarBṛS
⋙ vaktraroga
○roga m. 'mouth-disease'
○gin mfn. suffering from it ib
⋙ vaktravākya
○vākya Śis. x, 1 2, prob. wṛ. for vakra-v○, q.v
⋙ vaktravāsa
○vāsa m. mouth-scenting', an orange L
⋙ vaktrasodhana
○sodhana n. 'mṭmouth-cleansing', the fruit of Dillenia Speciosa or of Averrhoa Carambola L
⋙ vaktraśodhin
○śodhin m. 'id.', the citron tree L
• n. a citron L
⋙ vaktrāmbuja
vaktrâmbuja n. a lotus-like face Kāvyâd
⋙ vaktrāsave
vaktrâsave m. 'mouth-liquor', saliva L
⋙ vaktrendu
vaktrêndu m. a moon-like face Ratnâv
≫ vaktraka
vaktraka (ifc.) = vaktra Hariv
≫ vaktva
váktva mfn. to be uttered or spoken RV
≫ vakman
vákman n. utterance, speech, hymn of praise (?) RV. i, 132, 2
≫ vakmarājasatya
vakma-rā́ja-satya mfn. faithful to those who are the rulers or ordainers of hymns (of praise) RV. vi, 51, 10
≫ vakmya
vákmya mfn. to be praised, worthy of celebration RV
≫ vakṣyamāṇa
vakṣyamāṇa mfn. about to be said or described, to be mentioned hereafter or subsequently
⋙ vakṣyamāṇatva
○tva n. the being about to be mentioned, subsequent mention Pāṇ. 1-2, 48 Sch
≫ vagnu
vagnú m. a cry, call, roar, sound (esp. of animals
• but also applied to the noise produced by dice) RV. TBr
• a speaker W
• mfn. loquacious, talkative L
≫ vagvana
vagvaná mfn. talkative, chattering RV
≫ vagvanu
vagvanú m. a sound, noise ib
≫ vaca
vaca mfn. speaking, talking ( See ku-v○)
• m. a parrot L
• = sūrya, the sun L
⋙ vacakāraṇa
○kāraṇa L
• (ā), f. a kind of talking bird, Turdus Salica (= sārikā) L. [Page 912, Column 3]
• a kind of aromatic √(accord. to some = Acorus Colamus) Hcar
• n. the act of speaking, speech ( See dur-v○)
⋙ vacācārya
vacâcārya m. N. of a preceptor Cat. (cf. vacchâc○)
⋙ vacācchada
vacā-cchada m. a kind of white basil L
⋙ vacārca
vacârca m. a sun-worshipper, Parsee ib
≫ vacaḥ
vacaḥ in comp. for vácas
⋙ vacaḥkrama
○krama m. course of speech, discourse (m. pl. series of discourses) Kathās
≫ vacaka
vacaka See dur-v○
≫ vacaknu
vacaknu mfn. talkative, loquacious, eloquent Uṇ. iii, 81
• m. a Brahman L
• N. of a man, Śairik
≫ vacakra
vacakra wṛ. for prec
≫ vacaṇḍā
vacaṇḍā or f. (only L.) a kind of talking bird, Turdus Salica
⋙ vacaṇḍī
vacaṇḍḍī f. (only L.) a kind of talking bird, Turdus Salica
• the wick of a lamp (= varti)
• a dagger, knife
≫ vacana
vacaná mfn. speaking, a speaker, eloquent RV
• (ifc.) mentioning, indicating, expressing, meaning Pāṇ. KātySr. Sarvad. (-tā f. -tva n.)
• being pronounced, RPrat. (-tva n.)
• n. (ifc. f. ā) the act of speaking, utterance, Saṃkhyak
• pronunciation Pāṇ. Prāt
• statement, declaration, express mention AitBr. ŚrS. Pāṇ. &c
• speech, sentence, word Mn. MBh. &c
• (in gram.) the injunction of a teacher, rule Kāś
• advice, instruction, direction, order, command MBh. Kāv. &c. (○naṃ-√kṛ or ○ne-√sthā with gen. = to do the bidding of any one, follow a person's advice, obey
○nena or ○nāt, with gen. = in the name of)
• sound, voice, APrāt. Megh. Hit
• (in gram.) number Pāṇ. Vop. (cf. eka-, dvi-, bahu-v○)
• rumour L
• dry ginger L
⋙ vacanakara
○kara mf(ī)n. making a speech, speaking W
• doing what one is told, obedient Pañcat
• m. the author or enunciator of a precept W
⋙ vacanakāra
○kāra and mfn. doing what one is commanded, obeying orders, obedient MBh
⋙ vacanakārin
○kārin mfn. doing what one is commanded, obeying orders, obedient MBh
⋙ vacanakrama
○krama m. order of words, discourse W
⋙ vacanagocara
○gocara mfn. forming a subject of conversation BhP
⋙ vacanagaurava
○gaurava n. respect for an order, deference to a command R
⋙ vacanagrāhin
○grāhin mfn. accepting or obeying orders, obedient, submissive, humble L
⋙ vacanapaṭu
○paṭu mfn. skilful in speech, eloquent VarBṛS. Pañcat
⋙ vacanabhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa n
⋙ vacanamālikā
○mālikā f. N. of wks
⋙ vacanamātra
○mātra n. mere words, assertion unsupported by facts MW
⋙ vacanaracanā
○racanā f. skilful arrangemeut of speech, eloquence Pañcat
⋙ vacanaviruddha
○viruddha mfn. opposed to a declaration or precept, contrary to a text W
⋙ vacanavirodha
○virodha m. inconsistency of precepts or texts, incongruity, contradiction ib
⋙ vacanavyakti
○vyakti f. distinctness or perspicuity of a text ib
⋙ vacanasata
○sata n. a hundred speeches, repeated speech or declaration Pañcat
⋙ vacanasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m
⋙ vacanasamuccaya
○samuccaya m
⋙ vacanasampuṭa
○sampuṭa m. N. of wks
⋙ vacanasahāya
○sahāya m. a companion to converse with, any sociable companion Pañcat
⋙ vacanasārasaṃgraha
○sārasaṃgraha m. N. of wk
⋙ vacanānuga
vacanânuga mfn. following advice or orders, obedient, submissive MārkP
⋙ vacanābādha
vacanâbādha m. an obstacle to speech. Pāṇ. 6-2, 21 Sch
⋙ vacanārtha
vacanârtha m. N. of wk
⋙ vacanāvakṣepa
vacanâvakṣepa m. scornful or abusive speech Śak. (in Prākṛit)
⋙ vacanāvat
vacanā́-vat mfn. (for ○ná-vat) possessed of speech, eloquent RV
⋙ vacanopakrama
vacanôpakrama m. commencement of a speech, exordium MW
⋙ vacanopanyāsa
vacanôpanyāsa m. suggestive speech, insinuation Śak. (in Prākṛit)
≫ vacanīkṛta
vacanī-kṛta mfn. made an object of (reproachful speech, exposed to censure or abuse R
≫ vacanīya
vacanīya mfn. to be spoken or uttered, mentionable Mn. R
• to be called or named Nir
• to be spoken about or against, censurable, liable to reproach Hariv
• n. reproach, censure, blame Kālid. Uttarar
⋙ vacanīyatā
○tā f
⋙ vacanīyatva
○tva n. liability to be spoken about or against, rumour, report, (esp.) evil report, blame, reprehension, Kav
⋙ vacanīyadoṣa
○doṣa m. the fault of being censurable or reprehensible Mṛicch
≫ vacanesthita
vacane-sthita mfn. (loc. of [vacana+sth○]) abiding in a command, obeying orders, complaisant, obedient L
≫ vacara
vacara m. a cock L
• a low person L
≫ vacalu
vacalu m. = śatru, an enemy L
• offence, fault (?) L
≫ vacas 1
vácas n. (for 2. See p. 914, col. 2) speech, voice, word RV. &c. &c. (○casāmpatiḥ, N. of Bṛihaspati Laghuj.)
• singing, song (of birds) Ṛitus
• advice, direction, command, order MBh. Kāv. &c. (vacah-√kṛ, with gen., 'to follow the advice of'
vacasā mama, 'on my advice')
• an oracular utterance (declarative of some future fate or destiny) VarBṛS
• a sentence L
• (in gram.) number ( See dvi-v○)
⋙ vacaskara
○kara mfn. = vacana-k○ L
⋙ vacasvin
○vin mfn. possessed of speech, eloquent Śiś
≫ vacasa 1
vacasa mfn. (for 2. See p. 914, col, 2) talkative, eloquent, wise MW. [Page 913, Column 1]
• (ifc.) = 1. vacas ( See ācārya-v○)
≫ vacasya 1
vacasya (fr. 1. vacas), Nom. Ā. ○syate to be audible, to murmur (said of the sound of the trickling Soma) RV
≫ vacasya 2
vacasyấ mfn. worthy of mention, praise. worthy, celebrated AV
≫ vacasyā
vacasyā́ f. (fr. 1. vacasya) desire of speaking, readiness of speech, eloquence RV
≫ vacasyu 1
vacasyú mfn. (for 2. See p. 914, col. 2) eloquent RV
≫ vaci
vaci (ibc.) = vacana, statement, mention, declaration (only in -bhedāt) KātyŚr
≫ vaco
vaco in comp. for 1. vacas
⋙ vacograha
○graha m. receiving words', the ear L
⋙ vacomārgātita
○mārgâtita mfn. 'gone beyond the path of words', greater than words can tell Siṃhâs
⋙ vacoyuj
○yúj mfn. yoked by a (mere) word (said of Indra's steeds) RV
⋙ vacovid
○víd mfn. skilful in speech, eloquent ib
⋙ vacoviparilopa
○viparilopá (váco-), m. loss of speech or of words ŚBr
⋙ vacohara
○hara m. 'receiver of words', a messenger, envoy Śiś
vaccha m. and (ā), f. = vatsa, child (esp. in familiar address) Pañcad
≫ vacchācārya
vacchâcārya m. N. of the maternal grandfather of Nila-kaṇṭha. Cat. (cf. vacâcārya)
≫ vacchikā
vacchikā See dīrgha-v○
vacchiya m. N. of an author Cat
vaj (prob. corrupted fr. √vraj), cl. 1. P. vajati (pf. vavāja fut. vajitā &c., Gr.), to go Dhātup. vii, 78: Caus. or cl. so. P. vājayati, to prepare the way to trim or feather an arrow (mārga-, or mārgaṇa-saṃskâre) Dhātup. xxxii, 74. Another √vaj or uj, 'to be hard or strong', may be inferred from ugra, ojas, vajra, vāja (qq. vv.), the last of which gave rise to the Nom. vājaya, q.v. [For cognate words See under ugra and ojas.]
≫ vajjadeva
vajja-deva m. (prob. for vajra-d○) N. of a king Inscr
≫ vajra
vájra m. n. 'the hard or mighty one', a thunderbolt (esp. that of Indra, said to have been formed out of the bones of the Ṛishi Dadhīca or Dadhīci q.v., and shaped like a circular discus, or in later times regarded as having the form of two transverse bolts crossing each other thus x
• sometimes also applied to similar weapons used by various gods or superhuman beings, or to any mythical weapon destructive of spells or charms, also to manyu, 'wrath' RV. or [with apām] to a jet of water AV. &c. &c
• also applied to a thunderbolt in general or to the lightning evolved from the centrifugal energy of the circular thṭthunderbolt of Indra when launched at a foe
• in Northern Buddhist countries it is shaped like a dumb-bell and called Dorje
• See MWB. 201 ; 322 &c.) RV. &c. &c
• a diamond (thought to be as hard as the thunderbolt or of the same substance with it), ṢadvBr. Mn. MBh. &c
• a kind of talc L
• a kind of penance (feeding for a month on only barley prepared with cow's urine) L
• sour gruel W
• m. a form of military array, Mī. MBh. &c. (cf. -vyūha)
• a kind of column or pillar VarBṛS
• a partic. form of the moon ib
• a partic. Ekāha, Vtit
• a kind of hard mortar or cement (kalka) VarBṛS. (cf. -lepa)
• N. of the 15th of the 27 Yogas or astronomical divisions of time ib
• a partic. Soma ceremony ṢaḍvBr
• Euphorbia Antiquorum and another species L
• Astera L
• N. of a mountain R
• of an Asura Virac
• of a son of Aniruddha MBh. Hariv. Pur
• of a son of Vilvamitra MBh
• of a son of Manu Slvarṇa Hariv
• (with Jainas) of one of the 10 Dala-pūrvins L
• of a Ṛishi VarBṛS. (v. l. for vātsya)
• of a minister of Narendrāditya Rājat
• of a son of Bhūti ib
• of a heretical king Buddh
• (ā), f. Cocculus Cordifolius L
• Euphorbia Antiquorum or Tirucalli L. N. of Durgā, DeviP
• of a daughter of Vaisvanara VP
• (ī), f. a kind of Euphorbia L
• n. denunciation in strong language (compared to thunder) R. Sāh. Pratāp. (cf. vākya- and vāg-v○)
• a kind of hard iron or steel L
• a partic. posture in sitting Cat. (cf. vajrâsana)
• N. of a partic. configurations of the planets and stars (in which favourable planets are situated in the 1st and 7th houses and unfavourable in the 4th and 10th) VarBṛS
• myrobolan L
• the blossom of the sesamum or of any plant called Vajra L
• Andropogon Muricatus L
• = bālaka, a child, pupil L
• mfn. adamantine, hard, impenetrable W
• shaped like a kind of cross (cf. above), forked, zigzag ib. [Cf. Zd. vaśra, 'a club.'] [Page 913, Column 2]
⋙ vajrakaṅkaṭa
○kaṅkaṭa m. having adamantine armour', N. of Hanumat L
⋙ vajrakaṇṭa
○kaṇṭa m. Euphorbia Nerīfolia or Antiquorum L
⋙ vajrakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. id. L
• Asteracantha Longifolia L
-śālmalī f. 'having hard-thorned Sesamum-trees', N. of a hell BhP
⋙ vajrakanda
○kanda m. a species of bulbous plant L
⋙ vajrakandaka
○kandaka m. = -kaṇṭa Hcar. Sch
⋙ vajrakapāṭamat
○kapāṭa-mat mfn. having adamantine doors BhP
⋙ vajrakapaṭarasa
○kapaṭa-rasa m. a kind of medicament L
⋙ vajrakarṇa
○karṇa m.= -kanda L
⋙ vajrakarṣaṇa
○karṣaṇa m. N. of Indra Mcar
⋙ vajrakavaca
○kavaca m. or n. adamantine mail Kāraṇḍ
• m. a partic. Samādlī ib
⋙ vajrakāmā
○kāmā f. N. of a daughter of Maya, VP
⋙ vajrakālikā
○kālikā f. N. of the mother of Gautama Buddha L
⋙ vajrakālī
○kālī f. N. of a Jinaḷakti L
⋙ vajrakīṭa
○kīṭa m. a kind of insect (which bores holes in wood and stones), Sil. Sch. (cf. -daṃṣṭra)
⋙ vajrakīla
○kīla m. a thunderbolt Mcar
⋙ vajrakīlāya
○kīlāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to act or be like a thunderbolt (○yita n. impers.) Uttarar
⋙ vajrakukṣi
○kukṣi N. of a cave Kāraṇḍ
• a partic. Samādhi ib
⋙ vajrakuca
○kuca m. a partic. Samādhi ib
⋙ vajrakūṭa
○kūṭa m. 'diamond-peak', a mountain consisting of diamonds BhP
• N. of a mountain ib
• of a mythical town on the Himālaya Kathās
⋙ vajrakṛta
○kṛta mfn. caused by a thunderbolt, R1jat
⋙ vajraketu
○ketu m. 'having a Vajra for ensign', N. of the demon Naraka Pur
⋙ vajrakṣāra
○kṣāra n. an alkaline earth, impure carbonate of soda L
⋙ vajragarbha
○garbha m. N. of a Bodhisattva Buddh
⋙ vajragopa
○gopa m. = indra-gopa L
⋙ vajraghāta
○ghāta m. a thunder-stroke MBh
⋙ vajraghoṣa
○ghoṣa mfn. sounding like a thunderbolt Ragh
⋙ vajracañcu
○cañcu m. 'hard-beaked', a vulture L. (cf. -tuṇḍa)
⋙ vajracarman
○carman m. 'hard-skinned', a rhinoceros L
⋙ vajracihna
○cihna n. a Vajra-like mark VarBṛS
⋙ vajracchedakaprajñāpāramitā
○cchedaka-prajñā-pāramitā f. N. of a Buddhist Sūtra wk. (also -cchedikā)
⋙ vajrajit
○jit wṛ. for vajri-jit
⋙ vajrajvalana
○jvalana n. thunder-flash, lightning, Kāni
⋙ vajrajvālā
○jvālā f. id' L
• N. of a granddaughter of Vairocana R
⋙ vajraṭaṅka
○ṭaṅka m. N. of an author (also with śāstrin)
○kīya n. N. of his wk
⋙ vajraṭīka
○ṭīka m. N. of a Buddha L
⋙ vajraṇakhā
○ṇakhā f. a proper N., PIṇ. iv, 1, 58 Sch. (cf. -nakha)
⋙ vajratara
○tara m. N. of a kind of very hard cement (= kalka) VarBṛS
⋙ vajratā
○tā f. or great hardness or impenetrableness, severity MW
⋙ vajratva
○tva n. great hardness or impenetrableness, severity MW
⋙ vajratīrthamāhātmya
○tīrtha-māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ vajratuṇḍa
○tuṇḍa mfn. 'hard-beaked' BhP
• m. (only L.) a vulture
• a mosquito, gnat
• N. of Garuḍa
• of Gaṇêśa
• Cactus Opuntia
⋙ vajratulya
○tulya m. 'resembling a diamond', lapis lazuli, beryl L
⋙ vajradaṃṣṭra
○daṃṣṭra mfn. having teeth as hard as adamant BhP
• m. N. of a Rākshasa R
• of an Asuri BhP
• of a king of the Vidyā-dharas Kathās
• of a lion Pañcat
• = -kīṭa Cat
⋙ vajradakṣiṇa
○dakṣiṇa (vájra-), mfn. holding a thunderbolt in the right hand RV
• m. N. of Indra L
⋙ vajradaṇḍa
○daṇḍa mfn. having a handle or staff studded with diamonds BhP
⋙ vajradaṇḍaka
○daṇḍaka m. Cactus Opuntia
⋙ vajradatta
○datta m. N. of a son of Bhaga-datta MBh
• of a prince Hcar
• of a king of Puṇḍarīkiṇī HPariś
• (śrī-), N. of an author Buddh
⋙ vajradanta
○danta mfn. 'hard-tusked', a hog, boor L
• a rat L
⋙ vajradaśana
○daśana m. 'id.', a rat
⋙ vajradṛḍhanetra
○dṛḍhanetra m. N. of a king of the Yakshas Buddh
⋙ vajradeśa
○deśa m. N. of a district Cat
⋙ vajradeha
○deha mfn. having an adamantine frame or a very hardy body MW
• (ā), f. N. of a goddess Kālac
⋙ vajradehin
○dehin mfn. = prec. MW
⋙ vajradru
○dru or m. N. of various kinds of the Euphorbia plant L
⋙ vajradruma
○druma m. N. of various kinds of the Euphorbia plant L
⋙ vajradrumakesaradhvaja
○druma-kesara-dhvaja m. N. of a king of the Gandharvas Buddh
⋙ vajradhara
○dhara mfn. holding a thunderbolt
• m. N. of Indra MBh. Kāv. &c
• of a Bodhi-sattva ( = vajra-pāṇi) MWB. 195 ; 201
• of a king Rājat
-prabhāva m. having the power of Indra, Ragh
⋙ vajradhātrī
○dhātrī or f. N. of a Buddhist Śakti Dharmas. 4 MWB. 216
⋙ vajradhātvī
○dhātvī f. N. of a Buddhist Śakti Dharmas. 4 MWB. 216
⋙ vajradhātvīśvarī
○dhātvī7śvarī f. N. of Vairocana's wife and of a Tantra deity L
⋙ vajradhāra
○dhāra mfn. whose edge or point is as hard as a diamond
⋙ vajradhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa n. artificial gold L
⋙ vajradhṛk
○dhṛk mfn. wielding a thṭthunderbolt MBh
⋙ vajranakha
○nakhá mf(ī)n. having hard claws TĀr. (cf. -ṇakhā)
⋙ vajranagara
○nagara n. N. of the city of the Dānava Vajra-nābha Hariv
⋙ vajranābha
○nābha mfn. having a hard nave (said of a wheel &c.) MBh. R
• m. Kṛishna's discus MW
• N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
• of a D1īava Hariv
• of several princes (a son of Uktha
• of Unnībha
• of Sthala) Kāv. Pur
○bhīya mfn. relating to the Dānava Vajra-nābha, treating of him Hariv
⋙ vajranirghoṣa
○nirghoṣa m. a clap of thunder L
⋙ vajraniṣkambha
○niṣkambha wṛ. for -viṣkambha
⋙ vajraniṣpeṣa
○niṣpeṣa m. the clashing or concussion of thunderclouds, a thunder-clap
⋙ vajrapañjara
○pañjara 'adamantine cage', a secure refuge for, protector of (gen. or comp.) Hcar. Rsjat
• (prob. n.) N. of partic. prayers addressed to Durgā Cat. (cf. nṛsiṃha-pañjara and nṛsiṃha-vajra-p○) [Page 913, Column 3]
• m. N. of a Dānava Kathās
⋙ vajrapatana
○patana n. the fall or stroke of a thunderbolt Mālatīm
⋙ vajrapattrikā
○pattrikā f. Asparagus Racemosus L
⋙ vajraparīkṣā
○parī7kṣā f. the testing of a diamond VarBṛS
⋙ vajrapāni
○pāni mfn. thunderbolt-handed', wielding a thunderbolt
• whose thunderbolt is the hand (said of Brāhmans) MBh
• m. N. of Indra ṢaḍvBr. MBh. &c
• of a Bodhi-sattva (also called vajra-dhara, and corresponding in some respects to Indra) MWB. 195 ; 201 &c
-tva n. the state of a wielder of a thunderbolt VarBṛS
⋙ vajrapānin
○pānin mfn. 'thṭthunderbolt-handed', wielding a thunderbolt Hariv
⋙ vajrapāta
○pāta mfn. falling like a thṭthunderbolt R
• m. the fall of a thunderbolt, stroke of lightning Kāv. Prab
-dāruṇa mfn. terrible as a clap of thunder, Pañcit
-duḥ-saha-tara mfn. more dangerous than a thṭthunder-clap ib
-sadṛta mfn. like a thunder-clap ib
○tāya Nom. Ā. (only ○yita) to fall like a thunderbolt Pārśvan
⋙ vajrapātana
○pātana n. the hurling of a thunderbolt MBh
⋙ vajrapāṣāṇa
○pāṣāṇa m. diamond stone, a kind of spar or precious stone L
⋙ vajrapura
○pura n. N. of the city of the Dānava Vajraṇābha Hariv. (cf. -nagara)
⋙ vajrapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. 'diamond-flower', a valuable flower W
• the blossom of sesamum L
• (ā), f. a kind of fennel, Anethuni Sowa L
⋙ vajraprabha
○prabha m. N. of a Vidhyā-dhara Kathās
⋙ vajraprabhāva
○prabhāva m. N. of a king of the Karūshas Vās., Introd
⋙ vajraprastāriṇī
○prastāriṇī or f. N. of a Tantra goddess
⋙ vajraprastāvinī
○prastāvinī f. N. of a Tantra goddess
-mantra m. pl. N. of partic. magical formulas Cat
⋙ vajraprākāra
○prākāra m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ
⋙ vajraprāya
○prâya mfn. like adamant, adamantine, exceedingly hard MW
⋙ vajrabadha
○badha See -vadha
⋙ vajrabāhu
○bāhu (vájra-), mfn. 'thṭthunderbolt-armed', wielder of a thunderbolt (said of Indra, Agni and Rudra) RV
• m. N. of a king of Orissa and of another person Cat
⋙ vajrabījaka
○bījaka m. Guilandina Bonduc L
⋙ vajrabhaṭṭīya
○bhaṭṭīya n. N. of wk
⋙ vajrabhūmi
○bhūmi f. N. of a place
-rajas n. a partic. precious stone L
⋙ vajrabhṛkuṭi
○bhṛkuṭi f. (with Buddhists) one of the 6 goddesses of magic Dharmas. 13
⋙ vajrabhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. carrying or wielding a thṭthunderbolt
• m. N. of Indra RV. MBh. &c
⋙ vajramaṇi
○maṇi m. 'thunderbolt-gem', a diamond Bhartṛ
⋙ vajramaṇḍa
○maṇḍa f. N. of a Dhiraṇi Buddh
⋙ vajramati
○mati m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Kāraṇḍ
⋙ vajramaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of diamond, hard as diamond, adamantine Kāv. Kathās
• hard-hearted W
⋙ vajramāra
○māra m. the calcining of a diamond Bhpr
⋙ vajramālā
○mālā f. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇd
• N. of a Gandharva maiden ib
⋙ vajramitra
○mitra m. N. of a king Pur
⋙ vajramukuṭa
○mukuṭa m. N. of a son of Pratāpa-mukuṭa, Kath1s. Vet
○ṭī-vilāsa m. N. of a drama
⋙ vajramukha
○mukha m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ
⋙ vajramuṣṭi
○muṣṭi m. 'grasping a thṭthunderbolt', or, one whose clenched fist is like adamant', N. of Indra R
• of a Rākshasa ib
• of a Kshatriya or warrior, Kath1s
• ni. or f. an adamantine clenched fist or a kind of weapon Hariv
• N. of a Gaṇa of Siva ib
• f. a partic. position of the hand in shooting an arrow, Śārṅgp
⋙ vajramūlī
○mūlī f. Glycine Debilis L.'
⋙ vajrayoginī
○yoginī f. N. of a goddess Buddh
⋙ vajraratha
○ratha mfn. one whose thṭthunderbolt is a war-chariot (said of a Kshatriya) MBh
⋙ vajrarada
○rada m. 'having adamantine tusks', a hog, boar L
⋙ vajrarātra
○rātra n. N. of a town Kathās
⋙ vajrarūpa
○rūpa mfn. shaped like a Vajra or cross ( v○) VarBṛS
⋙ vajralipi
○lipi f. a partic. style of writing Lalit
⋙ vajralepa
○lepa m. a kind of hard mortar or cement Vcar. Ratnâv. Vās
-ghaṭita mfn. joined with adamantine cement Vikr. Mālatīm
⋙ vajralepāya
○lepāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be like Vajra-lepa, i.e. as hard as cement (○yamāna-tva n.) Sarvad
⋙ vajralohaka
○lohaka m. or n. a magnet, loadstone L
⋙ vajravadha
○vadha m. death by a thṭthunderbolt or by lightning W
• oblique or cross multiplication Col
⋙ vajravaracandra
○vara-candra m. N. of a king of Orissa Cat
⋙ vajravarman
○varman m. N. of a poet ib
⋙ vajravalli
○valli f. a species of sun-flower, Heliotropium Indicum L
⋙ vajravah
○váh (or -vā́h), ni. wielding a thṭthunderbolt RV
⋙ vajravāraka
○vāraka m. a title of respect applied to certain sages L
⋙ vajravārāhī
○vārāhī f. N. of a Tantra goddess MWB. 491 ; 526 (cf. -kālikā)
⋙ vajravidrāvinī
○vidrāvinī f. N. of a Buddhist goddess W
⋙ vajraviṣkambha
○viṣkambha m. N. of a son of Garuḍa MBh
⋙ vajravihata
○vihata (vájra-), mfn. struck by a thunderbolt or lightning ŚBr
⋙ vajravījaka
○vījaka See -bijaka
⋙ vajravīra
○vīra m. N. of Mahā-kāla W
⋙ vajravṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. Cactus Opuntia Suśr
• Euphorbia Antiquorum L
⋙ vajravega
○vega m. 'having the swiftness of a thunderbolt or of lightning', N. of a Rākshasa MBh
• of a Vidyl. dhari Kathās
⋙ vajravyūha
○vyūha m. a kind of military array Kathās
⋙ vajraśarīra
○śarīra mfn. = -deha MW
⋙ vajraśalya
○śalya m. 'having hard quills or bristles', a porcupine L
• (ā), f. a species of plant L
⋙ vajraśākhā
○śākhā f. N. of a branch or sect of the Jainas (founded by Vajra-svāmin) W
⋙ vajraśīrṣa
○śīrṣa m. N. of a son of Bhṛigu MBh
⋙ vajraśuci
○śuci wṛ. for -sūci
⋙ vajraśṛṅkhalā
○śṛṅkhalā f. (with Jainas) N. of one of the 16 Vidyā-deviis L
○likā f. Asteracantha Longifolia L. [Page 914, Column 1]
⋙ vajraśrī
○śrī f. N. of a Gandharvii Kāraṇḍ
⋙ vajrasaṃhata
○saṃhata m. N. of a Buddha Lalit
⋙ vajrasamghāta
○samghāta mfn. having the hardness or compactness of adamant (said of Bhīma) MBh. i, 4775
• m. N. of a kind of hard cement VarBṛS
⋙ vajrasattva
○sattva m. 'having a soul or heart of adamant', N. of a Dhyānibuddha Dharmas. 3
○ttvâtmikā f. N. of Vajra. sattva's wife W
⋙ vajrasamādhi
○samādhi m. a partic. Samādhi Buddh
⋙ vajrasamānasāra
○samāna-sāra mfn. having a diamondlike essence or nature, hard as adamant MBh
⋙ vajrasamutkīrṇa
○samutkīrṇa mfn. perforated by a diamond or any hard instrument Ragh
⋙ vajrasāra
○sāra mfn. having the essence or nature of a diamond R. Pañcat
• adamantine MBh
• m. or n. a diamond ib. Mālatīm
• m. N. of various men Kathās. Rājat
-maya mf(ī)n. hard as a diamond, adamantine (-tva n.) MBh. Kāv. Kathās
○rī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to make as hard as adamant Śak
⋙ vajrasiṃha
○siṃha m. N. of a king Pañcat
⋙ vajrasūci
○sūci or f. a diamond-pointed needle MBh. Hcar
⋙ vajrasūcī
○sūcī f. a diamond-pointed needle MBh. Hcar
• N. of an Upanishad ascribed to Śamkarâcārya (also ○cikā or ○cy-upaniṣad)
• of a wk. by Aśva-ghosha
⋙ vajrasūrya
○sūrya m. N. of a Buddha L
⋙ vajrasena
○sena m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Kāraṇḍ
• of a king of Srāvastī, Satr
• of a preceptor Cat
⋙ vajrasthāna
○sthāna n. N. of a place R
⋙ vajrasvāmin
○svāmin m. (with Jainas) N. of one of the seven Daśapūrvins Śatr
⋙ vajrahasta
○hasta (vájra-), mfn. 'thunderbolt-handed', wielding a thunderbolt (said of Indra, Agni, the Maruts) RV
• m. N. of Śiva Śivag
• (ā), f. N. of one of the nine Samidhs Gṛihyās
• of a Buddhist goddess W
⋙ vajrahūna
○hūna m. N. of a place Cat
⋙ vajrahṛdaya
○hṛdaya n. an adamantine heart A
• N. of a Buddhist wk
⋙ vajrāṃśu
vajrâṃśu m. N. of a son of Kṛishṇa Hariv. (vḷ. vajrâsu)
⋙ vajrāṃśuka
vajrâṃśuka n. cloth marked with various patterns L
⋙ vajrākara
vajrâkara m. a diamond mine Ragh
• N. of a place Cat
⋙ vajrākāra
vajrâkāra (VarBṛS.) or (Vop.), mfn. shaped like a thunderbolt or Vajra, having transverse lines ( See v○)
⋙ vajrākṛti
vajrâkṛti (Vop.), mfn. shaped like a thunderbolt or Vajra, having transverse lines ( See v○)
• a cross-shaped symbol (formerly used in grammars to denote Jihvāmūliyas)
⋙ vajrākṣī
vajrâkṣī f. Asteracantha Longifolia L
⋙ vajrākhya
vajrâkhya mfn. named or called Vajra MBh. VarBṛS
• m. a kind of mineral spar L. (cf. vajra-pāṣāṇa)
⋙ vajrāghāta
vajrâghāta m. the stroke of a thunderbolt or of lightning W
• any sudden shock or calamity ib
⋙ vajrāṅkita
vajrâṅkita mfn. marked with a Vajra-like symbol ( See v○) VarBṛS
⋙ vajrāṅkuśa
vajrâṅkuśa m. N. of a mountain Kāraṇḍ
• (ī), f. N. of a goddess Buddh
⋙ vajrāṅga
vajrâṅga m. (prob. for vakrâṅga) a snake L
• (f), f. Coix Barbata L
• Heliotropium Indicum L
⋙ vajrācārya
vajrâcārya m. N. of a preceptor Buddh
⋙ vajrāṇḍi
vajrâṇḍi (?), f. a species of plant Bhpr
⋙ vajrāditya
vajrâditya m. N. of a king of Kaimira Rājat
⋙ vajrābha
vajrâbha m. 'diamond-like', a kind of spar or precious stone, (perhaps) opal L. (cf. vajrâkhya)
⋙ vajrābhiṣavaṇa
vajrâbhi-ṣavaṇa n. a partic. penance lasting for 3 days (eating only food prepared with barley) L
⋙ vajrābhyāsa
vajrâbhyāsa m. cross or zigzag multiplication, Bījag
⋙ vajrābhra
vajrâbhra n. a species of dark-coloured talc L
⋙ vajrāmbujā
vajrâmbujā f. N. of a goddess Buddh
⋙ vajrāyudha
vajrâyudha m. 'thunderbolt-armed', N. of Indra Hariv. BhP
• of a poet Cat
• of another man Kathās
⋙ vajrāvālī
vajrâvâlī f. N. of a Tantra wk
⋙ vajrāśani
vajrâśani mfn. Indra's thunderbolt L
-nipāta m. the fall of Indra's thunderbolt R
-vibhūṣita mfn. adorned with Indra's thunderbolt ib
-sama-svana mfn. sounding like Indra's thunderbolt ib
⋙ vajrāsana
vajrâsana n. a diamond seat Buddh
• a partic. posture in sitting (the hands being placed in the hollow between the body and the crossed feet) HYog
• m. N. of Buddha Inscr
⋙ vajrāsu
vajrâsu See vajrâṃśu
⋙ vajrāsura
vajrâsura m. N. of an Asura Vcar
⋙ vajrāsthi
vajrâsthi f. Asteracantha Longifolia L
⋙ vajrāhata
vajrâhata mfn. struck by a thṭthunderbolt Kathās
⋙ vajrāhikā
vajrâhikā f. Carpopogon Pruriens L
⋙ vajrendra
vajrêndra m. N. of various men Rājat
⋙ vajreśvarī
vajrêśvarī f. N. of a Buddhist goddess W
-kāvya n. N. of a poem
⋙ vajrodarī
vajrôdarī f. N. of a Rākshasī R
⋙ vajrodgata
vajrôdgata m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ
≫ vajraka
vajraka mfn. (with taila) a kind of oil (prepared with various substances and used for curing skin diseases) Suśr
• m. N. of, a mountain Divyāv
• (ikā), f. (in music) a partic. Sruti Saṃgīt
• n. a diamond L
• = vajra-kṣāra L
• a partic. phenomenon in the sky L
≫ vajrāya
vajrāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become a thunderbolt MBh. Vcar
≫ vajri
vajri in comp. for vajrin
⋙ vajrijit
○jit m. 'conqueror of Indra', N. of Garuḍa L
⋙ vajrivat
○vat for vajra-vat (only in voc. vajri-vas
• cf. adri-vas, hari-vas), having or wielding a thunderbolt RV
≫ vajrin
vajrín mf(iṇī)n. holding or wielding a thunderbolt (said of various gods) RV. MBh. [Page 914, Column 2]
• containing the word vajra PañcavBr
• m. 'thunderer', N. of Indra ib. MBh. &c
• a Buddha or Jaina deified saint L
• one of the Viśve Devāþ MBh
• (7728068NI]), f. N. of partic. Ishṭakās TS
≫ vajrī
vajrī in comp. for vajra
⋙ vajrīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the making into a Vajea or into the form of a thunderbolt Cat
⋙ vajrībhūta
○bhūta mfn. become or turned into a thunderbolt Sāy. on RV. viii, 14, 13
vajaāṇa and vajahuṇa, N. of places Cat. (ct vajra-hūṇa)
vajraṭa m. N. of the father of Uvaṭa Cat
vajrolī f. a partic. position of the fingers Cat
vañc (cf. √2. vak), cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. vii, 7) váñcati (Gr. also pf. vavañca
• fut. vañcíta ○ciṣyati
• aor. avañcīt
• Prec. vacyāt
• inf. vañcítum
• ind. p. vañcitvā, vacitvā, or vaktvā), to move to and fro, go crookedly, totter, stagger, waver AV. VS. ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr
• to go, go to, arrive at (acc.) Bhaṭṭ
• to go slyly or secretly, sneak along VS
• to pass over, wander over, go astray MW.: Pass. vacyáte, to move or rock to and fro, hurry along, speed RV. AV
• to be moved (in the heart), be poured forth, issue forth (as hymns or prayers) RV.: Caus. vañcayati, ○te (aor. avavañcat), to move or go away from, avoid, shun, escape (mostly P. and with acc.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to cause to go astray, deceive, cheat, defraud of (instr. or abl
• in these senses more properly Ā., but sometimes also P
• Pass. vañcyate) ib.: Desid. vivañciṣate Gr.: Intens. vanīvacyate, vanīvañcīti ib
≫ vacas 2
vacas mfn. (for 1. See p. 912, col. 3) in adhóvacas, q.v
≫ vacasa 2
vacasá mfn. (for 1. See p. 912, col. 3) moving about, rolling (said of a carriage) RV
≫ vacasyu 2
vacasyú mfn. (for 1. See p. 913, col. 1) tottering, staggering, wavering RV
≫ vañcaka
vañcaka mf(ā)n. (fr. Caus.) deceiving, a deceiver, fraudulent, crafty Mn. MBh. &c
• m. a jackal Vās. Hit
• a tame or house-ichneumon L
• a low or vile man W
≫ vañcatha
vañcatha m. (only L.) deceit
• a deceiver
• the Indian cuckoo
• time
≫ vañcana
vañcana n. (or ○nā, f
• fr. Caus.) cheating, deception, fraud MBh. Kāv. &c. (○naṃ or ○nāṃkṛ, to practise fraud, cheat, take in
○nāṃ-√labh or pra-√āp, to be deceived)
• illusion, delusion, hallucination MW
• (ā), f. lost labour or time Kālid. (cf. śīla-v○)
⋙ vañcanacañcutā
○cañcutā f. skill in fraud or deception Pañcat
⋙ vañcanatā
○tā f. trickery, deception, roguishness (in a-v○) Cāṇ
⋙ vañcanapravaṇa
○pravaṇa mfn. inclined to fraud or deception Kathās
⋙ vañcanayoga
○yoga m. practice of fraud or deception MBh
⋙ vañcanavat
○vat mfn. deceitful, crafty, fraudulent Nir
≫ vañcanā
vañcanā f. ( See prec.) in comp
⋙ vañcanāpaṇḍita
○paṇḍita mfn. clever at cheating
⋙ vañcanātva
○tva n. cleverness at cheating, roguishness Mṛicch
⋙ vañcanāmati
○mati m. N. of a man Campak
≫ vañcanīya
vañcanīya mfn. to be avoided or shunned R
• to be deceived, capable of being cheated ib. Pañcat
≫ vañcayitavya
vañcayitavya mfn. to be deceived MBh. Hit. (n. impers.)
≫ vañcayitṛ
vañcayitṛ mfn. one who deceives, a deceiver, cheater Hariv
≫ vañcita
vañcita mfn. deceived, tricked, imposed upon MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ā), f. a kind of riddle or enigma Cat
≫ vañcitaka
vañcitaka See paksha-vañcitaka
≫ vañcin
vañcin See āgata-vañcin
≫ vañcuka
vañcuka or mfn. deceptive, fraudulent, dishonest L
⋙ vañcūka
vañcūka mfn. deceptive, fraudulent, dishonest L
≫ vañcya
vañcya mfn. to be cheated or deceived &c
• to be gone Pāṇ. 7-3, 63
vañcati (?), m. fire L. (cf. añcati)
vañjarā f. N. of a river, Prâyasc
vañjula m. N. of various trees and other plants (accord. to L. Dalbergia Ougeinensis, Jonesia Asoka, Calamus Rotang or Hibiscus Mutabilis) MBh. Kāv. &c
• a sort of bird R. VarBṛS
• N. of a river (written bañjula) VP
• (ā), f. a cow that yields abundance of milk L
• N. of a river MārkP
⋙ vañjuladruma
○druma m. the Aloka tree L
⋙ vañjulaprīya
○prīya m. the ratan, Calanius Rotang L. [Page 914, Column 3]
≫ vañjulaka
vañjulaka m. a kind of plant BhP. (also -druma Hariv.)
• a sort of bird R
• (ikā), f. Oldenlandia Herbacea L
vaṭ (prob. invented to serve as a √for the words below
√1. vṛt), cl. 1. P, vaṭati (pf. vavāṭa &c.), to surround, encompass Dhātup. ix, 13
• cl. 10. P. vaṭayati, to tie, string, connect, xxxv, 5
• to divide, partition, xxxv, 65
• to speak, xix, 1 7: Pass. vaṭyate (only vaṭyante Vishṇ. xliii, 34), to be crushed or pounded or ground down
≫ vaṭa
vaṭa m. (perhaps Prākṛit for vṛta, 'surrounded, covered'
• cf. nyag-rodha) the Banyan or Indian fig. tree (Ficus Indica) MBh. Kāv. &c. RTL. 337 (also said to be n.)
• a sort of bird BhP
• a small shell, the Cypraea Moneta or cowry L
• a pawn (in chess) L
• sulphur L
• = sāmya L
• N. of a Tīrtha Vishṇ
• of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
• the son of a Vaiśya and a Venukī L. (also n. and ī f.)
• a string, rope, tie L. (only vaṭa ibc., and pañca-v○, q.v.)
• a small lump, globule &c. = vaṭaka ŚārṅgS
• (ī), f. a kind of tree, Rajan
• (with gā-ḍhā) a partic. position in the game of Catur-aṅga or chess L
• a little round ball L
⋙ vaṭakaṇikā
○kaṇikā or f
⋙ vaṭakaṇīkā
○kaṇīkā f
⋙ vaṭakaṇīya
○kaṇīya (prob.) n. a very minute portion of the Indian fig-tree MBh
⋙ vaṭakalikā
○kalikā f. N. of wk
⋙ vaṭaja
○ja m. Pāṇ. 6-2, 22
⋙ vaṭatīrthanātha
○tīrtha-nātha N. of a Liṅga
-mahātmya n. N. of a ch. of the SkandaP
⋙ vaṭanagara
○nagara n. N. of a town L
⋙ vaṭapattra
○pattra n. a kind of white basil L
• (ā), f. a kind of jasmine L
• (ī), f. a partic. plant (= irā-vatī) Madanav
⋙ vaṭayakṣiṇītīrtha
○yakṣiṇī-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat
⋙ vaṭavatī
○vatī f. g. madhv-ādi
⋙ vaṭavāsin
○vāsin m. 'dwelling in the Banyan tree', a Yaksha L
⋙ vaṭasāvitrīpūjā
○sāvitrī-pūjā f
⋙ vaṭasāvitrīvrata
○sāvitrī-vrata n. and N. of wks
⋙ vaṭasāvitrīvratakālanirṇaya
○sāvitrī-vrata-kālanirṇaya m. N. of wks
⋙ vaṭākara
vaṭâkara m. a cord, string L. (cf. vaṭāraka)
⋙ vaṭāraṇyaināhātmya
vaṭâraṇya-ínāhātmya n. N. of ch' of the AgniP
⋙ vaṭāśraya
vaṭâśraya m. dwelling in the Indian fig-tree', N. of Kubera L. (cf. vaṭavāsin)
⋙ vaṭāśvatthavivāha
vaṭâśvattha-vivāha m. the marriage (generally by engrafting) of the Ficus Indica with the Ficus Religiosa (a religious ceremony) Cat
RTL. 335-337
⋙ vaṭeśa
vaṭêśa m. N. of a man (the father of Sīu) Cat
⋙ vaṭeśvara
vaṭêśvara m. N. of a Liṅga, Rajat
• of a poet and of various other men Cat
-datta m. N. of a man (the father of Pṛithu and grandfather of Viśa2kha-datta who wrote the Mudrā-rākshasa) Cat
-māhātmya n. -siddhânta m. N. of wks
⋙ vaṭodakā
vaṭôdakā f. N. of a river BhP
≫ vaṭaka
vaṭaka m. n. a small lump or round mass, ball, globule, pill, round cake made of pulse fried in oil or butter Vas. Suśr
• m. a particular weight (= 8 Mashas or 2 Śaṇas), SarṅgS
• (akā), f. = m. n. Dhūrtan
• (ikā), f. id. Pañcat. (B.) Lalit
• a pawn (at chess) L
≫ vaṭakinī
vaṭakinī f. (fr. prec.) N. of a partic. night of full moon (when it is customary to eat Vaṭaka cakes) Pāṇ. 5-2, 82 Vārtt. 1 Pat
≫ vaṭāraka
vaṭāraka m. a cord, string (cf. vaṭâkara and varāṭaka) MBh. (also ā f.)
• N. of a man
• (pl.) his descendants, g. upakâdi
⋙ vaṭārakamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. made of a rope or of string MBh
≫ vaṭi
vaṭi f. a sort of ant (= divii and upajihvā) L
• a kind of louse or other insect L
≫ vaṭika
vaṭika m. a pawn (at chess) L
• (ā), f. See under vaṭaka
≫ vaṭin
vaṭin mfn. stringed, having a string L
• circular, globular L
• m. = vaṭika BhavP
≫ vaṭibha
vaṭibha mfn. having or containing the insect Vaṭi Pāṇ. 5-2, 139
≫ vaṭī
vaṭī See under vaṭa above
≫ vaṭūrin
vaṭūrín mfn. broad, wide RV. i, 133, 2 (Sāy.)
≫ vaṭya
vaṭya mfn. belonging to the Banyan or Indian fig-tree, g. balâdi
• m. or n. a kind of mineral Cat
vaṭ 2
váṭ ind. an interjection or exclamation used in sacrificial ceremonies TS
vaṭara mfn. wicked, villainous, unsteady L
• m. (only L.) a thief
• a cock
• a turban
• a mat
• a fragrant grass, Cyperus
• a churning-stick
• (?) a kind of bee (cf. vāṭara)
vaṭāku m. N. of a man (cf. vāṭākavi)
vaṭāvīka m. 'one who assumes a false name' or 'a notorious thief' (= nama-caura) L
vaṭu &c. See baṭu. [Page 915, Column 1]
vaṭku prob. wṛ. for barku Nyāyam. Sch
vaṭṭ cl. 1. P. vatṭati Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-3, 1 Vārtt.12. _ ś
vaṭṭa or baṭṭa m. N. of a man (also -deva) Rājat
vaṭṭaka m. a pill, bolus Bhadrab. (cf. vaṭaka)
vaṭh (also written baṭh), cl. 1. P. vaṭhati, to be big or fat Dhātup. ix, 46
• to be power. ful or able ib
vaṭhara mfn. stupid, dull, a fool, blockhead Hcar
• (only L.) wicked, vile (cf. vaṭara)
• m. a physician
• a water-poit = vakra
• = ambaṣṭha
• = śabda-kāra
vaḍabá m. (also written vaḍavá, baḍavá, baḍabá) a male horse resembling a mare (and therefore attracting the staillion) Vait
• (a), f. See next
⋙ vaḍabadhenu
○dhenu f. a mare KātyŚr
≫ vaḍabā
váḍabā f. (also written vádavā, báḍavā, báḍabā) a female horse, mare TS. &c. &c
• the nymph Aśvinī (who, in the form of a mare as wife of Vivasvat or the Sun, became the mother of the two Aśvins
• cf. aśvinī) Pur. Daś
• a partic. constellation represented by a horse's head W
• a female slave L
• a harlot, prostitute L
• = dvija-strī L
• N. of a woman (having the patr. Prātitheyī) GṛS
• of a wife of Vasu-deva (called paricārikā) Hariv
• of a river MBh
• of a place of pilgrimage Vishṇ
⋙ vaḍabāgni
○"ṣgni (○bâgni or ○vâgni), m. 'mare's fire', submarine fire or the fire of the lower regions (fabled to emerge from a cavity called the, mare's mouth' under the sea at the South pole
• cf. aurva) MBh. Kathās
-mala n. a partic. foamy substance on the sea L
⋙ vaḍabānala
○"ṣnala (○bân○), m. = vaḍabâgni Gol. Kāv. (also personified Vīrac.)
• a partic. powder (prepared from pepper and other pungent substances to promote digestion) Bhpr
⋙ vaḍabābhartṛ
○bhartṛ m. 'mare's husband', N. of the mythical horse Uccaiþ-śravas (q.v.) Śiś
⋙ vaḍabābhṛta
○bhṛta v. l. for -hrita (q.v.)
⋙ vaḍabāmukha
○mukha n. 'mare's mouth', N. of the entrance to the lower regions at the South Pole Āryabh. MBh. Hariv
• m. (with or scil. agni) = vaḍabâgni (also identified with Śiva or the Maharshi Nārāyaṇa) ib. R. Kathās
• pl. N. of a mythical people VarBṛS. MārkP
• (ī), f. N. of a Yoginī Hcat
⋙ vaḍabāratha
○ratha m. a chariot drawn by mares L
⋙ vaḍabāvaktra
○vaktra n. = -mukha n. MBh
-huta-bhuj m. = vaḍabâlgni Uttarar
⋙ vaḍabāsuta
○suta m. du. 'the two sons of Vaḍabā', N. of the Aśvins L
⋙ vaḍabāhṛta
○hṛta mfn. maid of a kind of slave Yājñ. Sch
≫ vaḍabin
vaḍabin mfn. (fr. vaḍabā), g. vrīhy-ādi
vaḍabhā f. a kind of bird (belonging to the class Pratuda, q.v.) Car
vaḍabhi or ○bhi f. = valabhi, ○bhī (q.v.) Hariv. R. Megh
≫ vadabhikāra
vadabhi-kāra m. N. of a man, g. kurv-ādi (cf. bābhī-kara)
vaḍavá váḍabā, See vaḍabá, váḍabā
vaḍahaṃsikā or ○sī f. (in music) a partic. Rāgiṇī, Saṃgīt
vaḍā f. (cf.= vaṭa) a small lump, globule, round mass or cake L
vaḍiśa See baḍiśa
vaḍeru m. N. of a man Cat
vaḍausaka m. or n. (?) N. of a place Rājat
vaḍḍh cl. 1. P. vaḍḍhati Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-3, 1 Vārtt. 12
vaḍra mfn. large, great L
vaṇ (also written baṇ), cl. 1. P. vaṇati (pf. vavāṇa &c
• Caus. aor. aviivaṇat, or avavāṇat), to sound Dhātup. xiii, 3
≫ vaṇa
vaṇa m. sound, noise MW. (cf. dhig-v○)
≫ vanita
vanita mfn. vḷ. for veṣṭita KātyŚr. Sch
• = vyūta ib
vaṇathala-grāma m. (prob.for vana-sthala-gr○) N. of a village Cat. [Page 915, Column 2]
vaṇíj m. (also written baṇíj) a merchant, trader RV. &c. &c
• the zodiacal sign Libra VarBṛS
• N. of a partic. Karaṇa (q.v.) ib
• trade, traffic, commerce Gaut. Mn
≫ vaṇik
vaṇik in comp. for vaṇij
⋙ vaṇikkaṭaka
○kaṭaka m. a company of merchants, caravan Daś
⋙ vaṇikkarman
○karman n. (Pañcat.),
⋙ vaṇikkriyā
○kriyā f. (VarBṛS.) the business or occupation of a merchant, trade
⋙ vaṇiktva
○tva n. the position of a mṭmerchant Mudr
⋙ vaṇikpatha
○patha m. 'merchant's path', trade, traffic Mn. MBh. &c
• a merchant's shop Śiś. Rājat
• a merchant BhP
• the zodiacal sign Libra ib
⋙ vaṇikputra
○putra m. a merchant's son, mṭmerchant Kathās. Kāraṇḍ
⋙ vaṇikpuruṣa
○puruṣa m. a merchant Kāraṇḍ
⋙ vaṇiksārtha
○sârtha m.= -kaṭaka, BhiP
⋙ vaṇiksuta
○suta m. a merchant's son Kathās
• (ā), f. a merchant's daughter ib
⋙ vaṇiksūnu
○sūnu m. = -suta ib
≫ vaṇig
vaṇig in comp. for vaṇij
⋙ vaṇiggriha
○griha n. a merchant's house L
⋙ vaṇiggrāma
○grāma m. an association or guild of merchants Daś
⋙ vaṇigjana
○jana m. a commercial man, merchant, the merchant-class VarYogay
⋙ vaṇigbandhu
○bandhu m. merchant's friend', the indigo plant L
⋙ vaṇigbhāva
○bhāva m. 'condition of a mṭmerchant', trade L
⋙ vaṇigvaha
○vaha m. 'merchant's vehicle', a camel L
⋙ vaṇigvīthī
○vīthī f. a market-street, bazār Caṇḍ
⋙ vaṇigvṛtti
○vṛtti f. 'market's business', trade, traffic, business Bhartṛ
≫ vaṇiṅ
vaṇiṅ in comp. for vaṇik fr. vaṇij
⋙ vaṇiṅmārga
○mārga m. a market-street, bazār L
≫ vaṇija
vaṇija m. = vaṇij, a merchant, trader L
• N. of Śiva MBh
• the zodiacal sign Libra Laghuj
• N. of a Karaṇa (q.v.), VarBIS
• (ā), f. traffic, commerce L
≫ vaṇijaka
vaṇijaka m. a merchant, trader L
≫ vaṇijya
vaṇijya n. trade, traffic L
• (ā́), f. id. ŚBr. &c, &c
vaṇṭ (also written baṇṭ), cl. 1. 10. P. vaṇṭati or vaṇṭayati (accord. to some also vaṇṭāpayati), to partition, apportion, share, divide Dhātup. ix, 43
• xxxii, 48 (only vaṇṭyate Cāṇ., and vaṇṭyamāna Hcar., vḷ.)
≫ vaṇṭa
vaṇṭa mfn. tailless, having no tail Gaut. (cf. baṇḍa)
• unmarried L
• m. an unmarried man L
• a portion, share L
• the handle of a sickle L
≫ vaṇṭaka
vaṇṭaka m. a portion, share L
• dividing MW
• an apportioner, distributer ib
≫ vaṇṭana
vaṇṭana n. apportioning, distributing, partition, dividing into shares L
≫ vaṇṭanīya
vaṇṭanīya mfn. to be apportioned or divided W
≫ vaṇṭita
vaṇṭita mfn. divided into shares, partitioned MW
vaṇṭāla or vaṇṭhāla or vaṇḍāla m. (only L.) a spade, shovel, hoe
• a boat
• a kind of contest or partic. mode of fighting
vaṇṭh cl. 1. Ā. vaṇṭhate (pf. vavaṇṭhe &c.), to go or move alone, go unaccompanied Dhātup. viii, 9
≫ vaṇṭha
vaṇṭha mfn. crippled, maimed L
• unmarried L
• m. an unmarried man L
• a servant L
• a dwarf. L
• a javelin L
≫ vaṇṭhara
vaṇṭhara m. (only L.) the new shoot of the Tāl or palm tree
• the sheath that envelopes the young bamboo
• a rope for tying a goat &c
• the female breast
• a dog's tail
• a dog
• a cloud
vaṇḍ (connected with √vaṇṭ), cl. 1. Ā. vaṇḍate, to partition, share, divide Dhātup. viii, 18
• to surround, cover ib. (vḷ. veṣṭane for vibhājane)
• cl. 10. P. vaṇḍayati, to partition, share, divide, xxxii, 48 (vḷ.)
vaṇḍara m. (cf. baṇḍa) a niggard, miser W
• a eunuch or attendant on the women's apartments ib
vat 1
vat an affix (technically termed vati
• See Pāṇ. 5-1, 115 &c.) added to words to imply likeness or resemblance, and generally translatable by 'as', 'like' (e.g. brāhmaṇa-vat, like a Brāhman
pitṛ-vat = pitêva, pitaram iva, pitur iva and pitarī7va)
⋙ vatkāra
○kāra m. the affix vat Saṃk
vat 2
vat See api-√vat
vata See 1. bata
va-taṃsa m. (ifc. f. ā) = ava-taṃsa, a garland, ring-shaped ornament, crest (also ○saka) Kāv. Chandom
≫ vataṃsita
va-taṃsita mfn. = ava-taṃsita Harav
vataṇḍa m. N. of a man, g. lohitâdi on Pāṇ. 4-æs, 18
• pl. his descendants Pravar. (cf. taṇḍa-vataṇḍa) [Page 915, Column 3]
• (ī), f. a female descendant of Vataṇḍa Pāṇ. 4-1, 109
vataraṇī wṛ. for vaitaraṇī
vatāyana wṛ. for vātūyana
vati See under √1. van, p. 917
vatu or vatū ind. an interjection = hush! silence! Hcar
vatū f. a river of heaven L
• m. (only L.) one who speaks the truth
• a road
• a disease of the eyes
va-tokā f. = ava-tokā, a cow miscarrying fro accident L
vatsá m. (prob. originally, 'yearling', fr. a lost word vatas) a calf, the young of any animal, offspring, child (voc. vatsa often used as a term of endearment = my dear child, my darling) RV. &c. &c
• a son, boy ( See bāla-v○)
• a year ( See tri-v○)
• N. of a descendant of Kaṇva RV. PañcavBr. ŚāṅkhŚr
• of an Āgneya (author of RV. x, 187) Anukr
• of a Kāsyapa Kathās
• of the step-brother of Maitreya (who passed through fire to prove the falseness of Maitreya's allegation that he was the child of a Śūdra) Mn. viii, 116 (Sch.) of a son of Pratardana MBh. Hariv
• of a son of Sena-jit Hariv
• of a son of Aksha-mālā Cat
• of a son of Uru-kshepa VP
• of a son of Soma-śarman Kathās
• of the author of a law-book Cat
• (with carakâdhvaryu-sūtra-kṛt) of another author ib
• of a serpent-demon VP
• N. of a country (whose chief town is Kauśāmbī) Kathās
• Nerium Aistidysentericum L
• the Kutaja tree L
• pl. the descendants of Vatsa ĀśvŚr. (cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 64 Sch.)
• the inhabitants of the country called Vatsa MBh. Kathās
• (ā), f. a female calf, little daughter (voc. vatse = my dear child) Kālid. Uttarar. Prab. ; m. n. the breast, chest L. [Cf. vatsara and ? for ? ; Lat. vetus, vetus-tus, vitulus ; Germ. widar, Widder ; Eng. wether.]
⋙ vatsakāmā
○kāmā f. 'affectionate towards offspring', a cow longing for her calf or a mother for her child L
⋙ vatsaguru
○guru m. a teacher of children, preceptor W
⋙ vatsacchavī
○cchavī f. a calf's skin ŚāṅkhBr. ŚrS
⋙ vatsajānu
○jānu or mfn. formed like a calf's knee ŚrS
⋙ vatsajñu
○jñu mfn. formed like a calf's knee ŚrS
⋙ vatsatantī
○tantī (Āpast. Gaut.) or (Vas. Vishṇ. Mn.), a long rope to which calves are tied (by means of shorter ropes)
⋙ vatsatantri
○tantri (Vas. Vishṇ. Mn.), a long rope to which calves are tied (by means of shorter ropes)
⋙ vatsatara
○tará m. (and, ī f.) more than a calf, a weaned calf, a young bull or heifer (also applied to goats and exceptionally to sucking calves and even to full grown animals which have not yet copulated) TS. VS. AitBr. &c
○tarârṇa (○ra-ṛṇa), n. the debt or loan of a bullock (?) Pāṇ. 6-1, 89, Vartt. 7 Pat
⋙ vatsatva
○tva n. the state or condition of a calf BhP
⋙ vatsadanta
○danta m. 'calf-toothed', a kind of arrow (having a point like a calf's tooth) MBh. R. (also ○taka)
• N. of a mythical person Virac
• n. an arrow point like a calf's tooth ŚārṅgP
⋙ vatsadevī
○devī f. N. of a princess of Nepāl Inscr.,
⋙ vatsanapāt
○napāt (vatsá-), m. N. of a descendant of Babhru ŚBr
⋙ vatsanābha
○nābha m. a partic. tree MBh. Hariv. (also ○bhaka)
• N. of a mythical being Hariv. (v. l. rajata-n○)
• m. n. (also ○bhaka) a partic. strong poison prepared from the √of a kind of aconite (said to resemble the nipple of a cow
• it is also called Mīthā zahṛ) Suśr. Bhpr
• n. a cavity of a partic. shape in the frame of a bedstead VarBṛS
⋙ vatsanābhi
○nābhi m. a calf's navel Bhpr
⋙ vatsanikānta
○nikānta (vatsá), mfn. affectionate towards offspring MaitrS
⋙ vatsapa
○pa (vatsá.), m. a keeper of calves BhP
• N. of a demon AV
⋙ vatsapati
○pati M. a king or lord of the Vatsas, (or) N. of a king Vās., Introd
• N. of Udayana Hcar
⋙ vatsapattana
○pattana n. 'Vatsa town', N. of a city in the north of India (also called Kauśāmbī) L
⋙ vatsapāla
○pāla or m. a keeper of calves (also applied to Krishṇa and Bala-deva) Hariv. BhP. HPariś
⋙ vatsapālaka
○pāḍlaka m. a keeper of calves (also applied to Krishṇa and Bala-deva) Hariv. BhP. HPariś
⋙ vatsapālana
○pālana n. the keeping of tending of calves Pañcar
⋙ vatsapītā
○pītā f. (a cow) at which a calf has sucked MBh
⋙ vatsapracetas
○pracetas mfn. mindful of Vatsa or the Vatsas RV
⋙ vatsapri
○pri (Sāy.),
⋙ vatsaprī
○prī́ (TS.) or (BhP.), m. N. of the author of RV. ix, 68 ; x, 43 ; 46 (his patr. is Bhālandana)
⋙ vatsaprīti
○prīti (BhP.), m. N. of the author of RV. ix, 68 ; x, 43 ; 46 (his patr. is Bhālandana)
⋙ vatsaprīya
○prīya n. N. of the hymn RV. ix, 68 Sāy. (cf. prec. and vātsaprīya)
⋙ vatsabandhā
○bandhā wṛ. for baddha-vatsā (q.v.) MBh
⋙ vatsabālaka
○bālaka m. N. of a brother of Vasu-deva VP.,
⋙ vatsabhumi
○bhumi f. the country of the Vatsas MBh
• m. N. of a son of Vatsa Hariv
⋙ vatsamitra
○mítra m. N. of a certain Gobhila VBr
• (ā), f. N. of a celestial virgin (Dik-kumāri) Harav
⋙ vatsamukha
○mukha mfn. calf-faced Pāṇ. 6-2, 168
⋙ vatsarāja
○rāja in. a king of the Vatsas MBh. [Page 916, Column 1] Ratnâv. Kathās
• N. of various authors and other men (also -deva) Cat
⋙ vatsarājya
○rājya n. sovereignty or authority over the Vatsas Kathās
⋙ vatsarūpa
○rūpa m. a small calf. Hcar
⋙ vatsalāñchana
○lāñchana and m. N. of two authors Cat
⋙ vatsavaradācārya
○varadâcārya m. N. of two authors Cat
⋙ vatsavat
○vat mfn. having a calf. Hariv
• m. N. of a son of Śūra ib
⋙ vatsavinda
○vinda m. N. of a man
• pl. his descendants, Pravar
⋙ vatsavṛddha
○vṛddha m. N. of a son of Uru-kriya BhP
⋙ vatsavyūha
○vyūha m. N. of a son of Vatsa VP
⋙ vatsaśāla
○śāla mfn. (fr. next) born in a calf-shed Pāṇ. 4-3, 36
⋙ vatsaśālā
○śālā f. a calf-shed ib
⋙ vatsasmṛti
○smṛti f. N. of wk
⋙ vatsahanu
○hanu m. N. of a son of Sena-jit VP
⋙ vatsākṣī
vatsâkṣī f. Cucumis Maderaspatanus L
⋙ vatsājīva
vatsâjīva m. 'gaining a livelihood by keeping calves', N. of a Piṅgala Buddh
⋙ vatsādana
vatsâdana m. 'eating calves', a wolf. L
• (ī), f. Cocculus Cordifolius Car
⋙ vatsānusārinī
vatsânusārinī f. (scil. vivriśti) a hiatus between a long and short syllable MāṇḍŚ
⋙ vatsānusṛj
vatsânusṛj (perhaps wṛ. for ○sṛt), a common N. for prec. and next TPrāt. Sch
⋙ vatsānusṛtā
vatsânusṛtā (MāṇḍŚ.),
⋙ vatsānusṛti
vatsânusṛḍti (TPrāt. Sch.), f. a hiatus between a short and long syllable
⋙ vatsāsura
vatsâsura m. N. of an Asura Pañcar
⋙ vatsāhvaya
vatsâhvaya m. Wrightia Antidysenterica Suśr
⋙ vatseśa
vatsêśa m. a king of Vatsa Kathās
⋙ vatseśvara
vatsêśvara m. id. ib. Ratnâv
• N. of two authors Cat
⋙ vatsoddharaṇa
vatsôddharaṇa (prob.) n. N. of a place, g. takṣaśilâdi
≫ vatsaka
vatsaka m. (ifc. f. ā) a little calf. any calf or young animal Mn. BhP. Hcat. (in voc. as a term of endearment
• cf. vatsa)
• Wrightia Antidysenterica L
• N. of an Asura BhP
• of a son of Sūra ib
• (ika), f. a female calf. heifer, young cow Yājñ
• n. green or black sulphate of iron L
• the seed of Wrightia Antidysenterica (also -bija) L
• = vatsanābha n. Vāstuv
≫ vatsara
vatsará m. the fifth year in a cycle of 5 or 6 years, (or) the sixth year in a cycle of 6 years VS. TS. PārGṛ
• a year Mn. Yājñ. VarBṛS. &c. (also n. MaitrUp. and ī f. HPariś.)
• the Year personified Mn. xii, 49 (as a son of Dhruva and Bhrami BhP
• also applied to Vish9u MBh.)
• N. of a Sādhya Hariv. (vḷ. matsara)
• of a son of Kaśyapa Cat. (vḷ. vatsāra)
⋙ vatsaraphala
○phala n. N. of wk
⋙ vatsarādi
vatsarâdi m. the first month of the Hindū year, Mārgaśīrsha L
⋙ vatsarāntaka
vatsarântaka m. the last month of the Hindū year, Phālguna L
⋙ vatsarārṇa
vatsarârṇa (○ra-ṛṇa), n. a debt or a loan for a year (?) Vop. ii, 9
≫ vatsala
vatsala mf(ā)n. child-loving, affectionate towards offspring (ā f. with or scil. go or dhenu, a cow longing for her calf) MBh. R. BhP
• kind, loving, tender, fond of or devoted to (loc., gen., acc. with prati, or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. (with rasa) the tender sentiment in a poem Sāh
• a fire fed with grass (i.e. quickly burning away) L
• N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
• n. = next W
⋙ vatsalatā
○tā f
⋙ vatsalatva
○tva n. affectionateness, tenderness towards or delight in (loc. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
≫ vatsalaya
vatsalaya Nom. P. ○yati, to make tender or affectionate (esp. towards offspring or children) Śak
≫ vatsāya
vatsāya Nom. P. ○yati, to represent or be like a calf BhP
≫ vatsāra
vatsāra m. N. of a son of Kaśyapa, Cat (cf vatsara and avatsāra)
≫ vatsikā
vatsikā f. See under vatsaka above
≫ vatsin
vatsin mfn. having a calf RV
• m. 'having many children (?)', N. of Vishṇu MBh
≫ vatsiman
vatsiman m. childhood, early youth Naish. (g. pṛthv-ād4i)
≫ vatsīputra
⋙ vatsīputrīya
vatsī-puḍtrīya wṛ. for vātsī-p○
≫ vatsīya
vatsīya mfn. proper or fit for a calf, tending calves Pāṇ. 5-1, 5 Sch
⋙ vatsīyabālaka
○bālaka m. a boy who understands tending calves, cowherd Hcar
≫ vatsya
vatsya m. pl. = vatsa-deśāh R. (B.)
• wṛ. for vatsa MBh
vatsaṇuraka-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat
vathsara m.= vatsara (accord. to the grammarian Paushkarasādi)
vad cl. 1. P. Ā. (Dhātup. xxiii, 40) vádati, ○te (ep. m. c. also vādati
• Pot. udeyam AV
• pf. uvāda pl. ūdimá RV
ūde &c. Br. Up
veditha, ○dailuḥ, ○duḥ Vop
• aor avādīt, ○diṣuḥ RV. &c. &c
• Subj. vādiṣaḥ AV
avâdiran ib
vadiṣma, ○ṣihāḥ Br
• Prec' udyāt ib
• fut. vadiṣyáti, ○te AV. &c
• inf. váditos Br
vaditum ib. &c
• ind. p. uditvā GṛŚrS
-udya Br.), to speak, say, utter, tell, report, speak to, talk with, address (P. or Ā
• with acc. of the thing said, and acc. [with or without abhi] or gen., or loc. of the person addressed [Page 916, Column 2]
• also followed by yad, 'that', or by yadi, 'whether') RV. &c. &c
• (P.) to praise, recommend MBh
• to adjudge, adjudicate TS. BhP
• to indicate, designate VarBṛS
• to proclaim, announce, foretell, bespeak AśvGṛ. MBh. Kāv. &c
• to allege, affirm ib
• to declare (any one or anything) to be, call (two acc. or acc. and nom. with iti) AV. &c. &c
• (with or scil. vācam) to raise the voice, sing, utter a cry (said of birds and 9.) RV. &c. &c
• (Ā) to say, tell, speak to (acc.) ŚBr. &c. &c
• to mention, state, communicate, name TS. R. Hariv
• to confer or dispute about RV. TS
• to contend, quarrel ŚBr
• to lay claim to (loc.) AitBr
• to be an authority, be eminent in (loc.) Pāṇ. 1-3, 47
• to triumph, exult Bhaṭṭ.: Pass. udyáte (aor. avādi), to be said or spoken &c. AV. &c. &c.: Caus. vādáyati m. c. also ○te (cf. Pāṇ. 1-3, 89
• aor. aviivadat
• Pass. vādyate, ep. also ○ti), to cause to speak or say MBh
• to cause to sound, strike, play (with instr., rarely loc. of the instrument) ŚBr. MBh. &c
• to play music MBh. R. Hariv
• (with bahu) to make much ado about one's self. Subh
• to cause a musical instrument (acc.) to be played by (instr.) Pāṇ. 1-1, 58 Vārtt. 2 Pat
• to speak, recite, rehearse Hariv.: Desid. vivadiṣati, ○te, to desire to speak, Br Gobh.: Intens. vā́vadīti (RV. AV.), vāvadyáte, (ŚBr.), vāvatti (Gr.), to speak or sound aloud. [Cf. Lit. vadínti.]
≫ udita
udita See 2. udita, p. 186
≫ vada
vada mfn. speaking, a speaker (only ifc
• See ku-v○, priyaṃ.v○)
• speaking well or sensibly L
• m. N. of the first Veda (with the Magians) Cat
≫ vadaka
vadaka See dur-v○
≫ vadana
vádana n. (ifc. f. ā) the act of speaking, talking, sounding ŚBr. ŚrS
• the mouth, face, countenance MBh. Kāv. &c. (○naṃkṛ, to make a face or grimace, ○nī-√bhū, to become a face)
• the front, point R. Suśr
• (in alg.) the first term, initial quantity or term of a progression Col
• (in geom.) the side opposite to the base, the summit or apex of a triangle Āryabh
⋙ vadanakaṃja
○kaṃja n. a lotus-face MW
⋙ vadanacchada
○cchada wṛ. for radana-cch○ R
⋙ vadanadantura
○dantura m. pl. N. of a people MārkP
⋙ vadanapaṅkaja
○paṅka-ja n. = -kaṃja Kāvyâd
⋙ vadanapavana
○pavana m. 'mouth-wind', breath Śiś
⋙ vadanamadirā
○madirā f. the wine or nectar of the mouth Megh
⋙ vadanamaruta
○maruta m. = -pavana Śak
⋙ vadanamālinya
○mālinya n. a troubled face, shame-faced appearance Bālar
⋙ vadanaroga
○roga m. mouth-disease VarBṛS
⋙ vadanaśyāmikā
○śyāmikā f. 'blackness of the face', a kind of disease Cat
⋙ vadanasaroja
○saroja n. = -kaṃja W
⋙ vadanāmaya
vadanâmaya m. mouth-disease, face-sickness L
⋙ vadanāsava
vadanâsava m. 'mouth-liquor', saliva, spittle L
⋙ vadanendu
vadanêndu m. 'face-moon', the face W
⋙ vadanodara
vadanôdara n. 'mouth-hole', the jaws Bhartṛ
≫ vadanta
⋙ vadanti
vadanḍti or See kiṃ-v
⋙ vadantī
vadanḍtī See kiṃ-v
≫ vadantika
vadantika m. pl. N. of a people MārkP
≫ vadanya
vadanya mfn. = vadānya L
≫ vadamāna
vadamāna mfn. speaking, saying &c
• glorifying, boasting W
≫ vadānya
vadānya mf(ā)n. bountiful, liberal, munificent, a munificent giver MBh. Kāv. &c
• eloquent, speaking kindly or agreeably, affable L
• m. N. of a Ṛishi MBh
⋙ vadānyasreṣṭha
○sreṣṭha m. 'best of givers', N. of Dadhyac (q.v.) Gal
≫ vadāvada
vadāvada mfn. (prob. an old Intens
• cf. carācara, calācala &c.) speaking much or well, a speaker Pāṇ. 6-1, 12 Vārtt. 6 Pat. (cf. a-vadāvada)
≫ vadāvadin
vadāvadin mfn. id. Lāṭy
≫ vaditavya
vaditavya mfn. to be said or spoken (n. impers.) AitBr. Sarvad
≫ vaditṛ
vaditṛ mfn. speaking, saying, telling (with acc.) Śiś
• m. a speaker (with gen.) AitBr. MBh
≫ vaditos
váditos See √vad above
≫ vadiṣṭha
vadiṣṭha mfn. speaking best or very well PañcavBr
≫ vadman
vadmán mfn. speaking, a speaker (said of Agni) RV
≫ vadya
vadya mfn. to be spoken &c. ( See a-v○ and anav)
• N. of the days of the dark lunar fortnight
• n. speech, speaking about, conversing ( See brahma-v○, satya-v○)
⋙ vadyapakṣa
○pakṣa m. the dark fortnight of the lunar month (in which the moon is waning) MW
vadara ○rika &c. See badara
vadāma m. (fr. Persian ? ) an almond L. (cf. bādāma)
≫ vadāla
vadāla m. a kind of Silurus or sheat-fish L
• an eddy or whirlpool L
≫ vadālaka
vadālaka m. = vadāla, a kind of sheat-fish L. [Page 916, Column 3]
vadi ind. (g. svar-ādi
• accord. to some for badi, contracted fr. bahula-dina, but cf. vadya) in the dark half of any month (affixed to the names of months in giving dates
• See vaiśākha-v○)
vaddaka vḷ. for vaṭṭaka (q.v.)
vaddivāsa m. or n. (?) N. of a place Rājat
vaddhrī vḷ. for vadhrī (q.v. under vadh7ra)
vadh (also written badh
• properly only used in the aor. and Prec. tenses avadhīt and ○dhiṣṭa
vadhyāt and vadhiṣīṣṭa Pāṇ. 2-4, 42 &c. ; vi, 62
• the other tenses being supplied by √han
Dhātup. xxiv, 2
• but in Ved. and ep. poetry also pres. vadhati
• Pot. vadhet
• fut. vadhiṣyati, ○te
• other Ved. forms are aor. avadhīm, váhīm Subj. vadhiṣaḥ
badhīḥ TĀr
• Prec. badhyāsam, ○suḥ AV.), to strike, slay, kill, murder, defeat, destroy RV. &c. &c.: Pass. vadhyate, ○ti (aor. avadhi), to be slain or killed MBh. Kāv. &c.: Caus. vadhayati, to kill, slay MBh. [a. Gk. ?.] [916, 3]
≫ vadha
vadha m. one who kills, a slayer, vanquisher, destroyer RV. VS. TS. ŚBr
• a deadly weapon (esp. Indra's thunderbolt) RV. AitBr. ŚāṅkhGṛ
• the act of striking or killing, slaughter, murder, death, destruction RV. &c. &c
• (in law) capital or (more commonly) corporal punishment Mn. Yājñ. &c. = vadha-bhūmi, place of execution Caurap., Introd
• stroke, hurt, injury Nir
• paralysis Suśr
• annihilation, disappearance (of inanimate things) MBh. Kāv. &c
• frustration, prevention Gaut
• a defect, imperfection (28 are enumerated) VP
• multiplication Gaṇit
• a product Bijag
• N. of a Rākshasa VP
• (ā), f. a kind of pot-herb, Convolvulus Repens L
⋙ vadhakarmādhikārin
○karmâdhikārin m. 'one who superintends the act of putting to death', an executioner, hangman Rājat
⋙ vadhakānkṣin
○kānkṣin mf(iṇī)n. wishing for death W
⋙ vadhakāma
○kāma mfn. desirous of killing Gobh
⋙ vadhakāmyā
○kāmyā f. desire to kill, intention to hurt Mn. iv, 165
⋙ vadhakṣama
○kṣama mfn. deserving death MBh
⋙ vadhajīvin
○jīvin m. living by killing (animals)', a butcher, hunter &c. Yājñ. -1
⋙ vadhatra
○trá mfn. (for 2. vádhatra See below) protecting from death or destruction PārGṛ
⋙ vadhadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. capital or corporal punishment Mn. viii, 129
⋙ vadhanigraha
○nigraha m. capital punishment Kathās
⋙ vadhanirṇeka
○nirṇeka m. expiation for killing, atonement for murder or manslaughter Mn. xi, 139
⋙ vadhabandha
○bandha m. du death and bonds Mn. v, 49
⋙ vadhabhūmi
○bhūmi f. a place of execution Caurap. Sch. (cf. vadhya-bh○)
⋙ vadharata
○rata mfn. fond of killing L
⋙ vadhasthalī
○sthalī f
⋙ vadhasthāna
○sthāna n. a place of execution L
• a slaughter-house L
⋙ vadhāṅgaka
vadhâṅgaka n. a prison L
⋙ vadhārha
vadhârha mfn. deserving death W
⋙ vadhāśaṅka
vadhâśaṅka m. or n. (BṛĀrUp.)
• (ā), f. (ŚBr.) fear of death or destruction
⋙ vadhaiṣin
vadhâiṣin mf(iṇī)n. desirous of killing MBh
⋙ vadhodarka
vadhôdarka mfn. resulting in death MW
⋙ vadhodyata
vadhôdyata mfn. prepared or ready to kill, murderous
• m. an assassin, murderer L
⋙ vadhopāya
vadhôpâya m. an instrument or means of putting to death Mn. ix, 248
≫ vadhaka
vádhaka mfn. killing, destructive, U9. ii, 36
• intending to strike or kill Jātakam
• m. a murderer, assassin MBh. VarBṛS. Rājat
• an executioner, hangman Kathās
• a partic. sort of reed or rush AV. ŚBr
≫ vadhatra 2
vádhatra n. (for 1. vadha-trá See under vadhá above), 'instrument of death', deadly weapon, dart RV
≫ vadhanā
vadhánā f. a deadly weapon RV
≫ vadhar
vádhar n. (only this form) a destructive weapon (esp. the thunderbolt of Indra) RV
≫ vadharya
vadharya Nom. P. ○yáti, to hurl a thunderbolt (only f. of pr. p. vadharyántī, 'casting a bolt', prob. = lightning) RV
≫ vadhasna
vadhasná m. or n. (only in instr. pl.) = vádhar RV
≫ vadhasnu
vadhasnu mfn. wielding a deadly weapon RV
≫ vadhika
vadhika m. or n. musk L
≫ vadhitra
vadhitra n. sexual love or the god of love Uṇ. iv, 172 Sch
≫ vadhin
vadhin mfn. incurring death, killed by (ifc.) L
≫ vadhya
vádhya mfn. (frequently written bádhya) to be slain or killed, to be capitally punished, to be corporally chastised (cf. under vadha), sentenced, a criminal AV. &c. &c
• to be destroyed or annihilated MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. an enemy MW
• (ā), f. See below. [Page 917, Column 1]
⋙ vadhyaghātaka
○ghātaka (L.),
⋙ vadhyaghna
○ghna (MBh.), mfn. killing one sentenced to death, executing criminals
⋙ vadhyacihna
○cihna n. the mark or attribute of one sentenced to be killed Nāg
⋙ vadhyadiṇḍima
○diṇḍima m. or n. (?) a drum beaten at the time of the execution of a criminal Mṛicch
⋙ vadhyatā
○tā f
⋙ vadhyatva
○tva n. the state of being sentenced to death, fitness to be killed MBh
⋙ vadhyapaṭa
○paṭa m. the red garment of a criminal during his execution, Śrīnkaṇṭh
⋙ vadhyapaṭaha
○paṭaha m. = -diṇḍima Mṛicch
⋙ vadhyaparyāya
○paryāya m. (a hangman's) turn to execute a criminal Mṛicch
⋙ vadhyapāla
○pāla m. 'guardian of criminals', a jailer VP
⋙ vadhyabhū
○bhū or f. a place of public execution, Kāthās
⋙ vadhyabhūmi
○bhūmi f. a place of public execution, Kāthās
⋙ vadhyamālā
○mālā f. a garland placed on the head of one sentenced to death Mṛicch
⋙ vadhyavāsas
○vāsas n. the clothes of a criminal who has been executed (given to a Caṇḍāla) Mn. x, 56
⋙ vadhyaśilā
○śilā f. a stone or rock on which malefactors are executed, scaffold, slaughter-house, shambles Nāg. Kathās. Pañcat
• N. of wk
⋙ vadhyasthāna
○sthāna n. = -bhū Pañcat
⋙ vadhyasraj
○sraj f. = -mālā Mudr
≫ vadhyat
vadhyat mfn. = vadhyamāna, being struck or killed MBh. iii, 805
≫ vadhyā
vadhyā f. killing, murder ( See atma- and brahma-v○)
≫ vadhri
vádhri mfn. 'one whose testicles are cut out, castrated, emasculated, unmanly (opp. to vṛṣan) RV. AV. ŚBr
⋙ vadhrimatī
○matī́ f. a woman who has an impotent husband RV
⋙ vadhrivāc
○vāc (vádhri-), mfn. speaking unmanly or useless words, idly talking ib
⋙ vadhryasva
vadhry-asvá m. 'having castrated horses', N. of a man RV. Br. &c. (in PañcavBr. he has the patr. anūpa)
• pl. the family of Vadhry-aśva ŚrS. (cf. vādhryaśva and bradhnaśva)
≫ vadhrikā
vadhrikā m. a castrated person, eunuch Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-1, 204
vadhā ind., g. câdi
vadhira See badhira
vadhū́ f. (fr. √vadh = vah
• cf. ūḍhā) a bride or newly-married woman, young wife spouse any wife or woman RV. &c. &c
• a daughter-in-law HPariś
• any younger female relation MBh. R. &c
• the female of any animal, (esp.) a cow or mare RV. v, 47, 6
• viii 19, 36 (cf. vadhū́-mat)
• N. of various plants (Trigonella Corniculata
• Echites Frutescens
• Curcuma Zerumbet) L
⋙ vadhūkāla
○kāla m. the time during which a woman is held to be a bride R
⋙ vadhūgṛhapraveśa
○gṛha-praveśa m. the ceremony of the entrance of a bride into the house of her husband Cat
⋙ vadhūjana
○jana m. a woman or wife (also collectively, 'women') Ratnâv
⋙ vadhūtva
○tva n. condition of a bride Vcar
⋙ vadhūdarśa
○darśá mfn. looking at a bride AV
⋙ vadhūdhana
○dhana n. a wife's private property ĀpGṛ. Sch
⋙ vadhūpatha
○pathá m. the path or way of a bride ib
⋙ vadhūpraveśa
○praveśa m.= -griha-pr○ Cat
⋙ vadhūmat
○mat (vadhū́-), mfn. (prob.) drawn by mares RV
⋙ vadhūvara
○vára n. sg. or m. pl. bride and bridegroom, a newly-married couple HPariś
• m. pl. brides and bridegroom ib
⋙ vadhūvastra
○vastra n. bridal apparel MW
⋙ vadhūvāsas
○vāsas n. a bride's undergarment ĀpGṛ
⋙ vadhūsaṃyāna
○saṃyāna n. a woman's vehicle Mṛicch
⋙ vadhūsarā
○sarā f. N. of a river (fabled to have sprung from the weeping eyes of Puloma, wife of Bhṛigu) MBh
-kṛśâhvayā f. id. ib
≫ vadhu
vadhu f. a young wife or woman. Śiś
• a daughter. in-law L
≫ vadhukā
vadhukā f. a young woman or wife L
≫ vadhuṭī
vadhuṭī f. a young woman living in her father's house L
• a daughter-in-law L
≫ vadhūka
vadhūka (ifc.) = vadhū, a wife HPariś. (cf. sa-v○)
≫ vadhūṭikā
vadhūṭikā f. a young wife or woman Prasannar
≫ vadhūṭī
vadhūṭī f. id. Bālar
• a daughter-in-law L
⋙ vadhūṭīśayana
○śayana n. resting-place of women', a lattice, window Gal
≫ vadhūyu
vadhūyú mfn. one who loves his wife or longs for a wife, uxorious, lustful, a wooer, suitor, bridegroom RV. AV
≫ vadhvaṭī
vadhvaṭī f. vaihūṭī L
vadhna m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (B. vadhra)
vadhya &c. See p. 916, col. 3
vadhyoṣa m. N. of a man Kāś. in g. bidâdi on Pāṇ. 4-1, 104 (cf. badhyoga)
vadhra m. n. (also written badhra
√.bandh) a leathern strap or thong, Surpaṇ. MBh
• (ī), f. (also written vaddhrī) id. L
• (prob.) a slice of bacon ( See varāha-v○)
• n. lead L. [Page 917, Column 2]
≫ vadhraka
vadhraka n. lead L
≫ vadhraśva
vadhraśva vḷ. for vadhry-aśva
≫ vadhrya
vadhrya m. (also written badhrya) a shoe, slipper L
vadhri &c. See col. 1
vadhvā ind., g. câdi
van 1
van cl. 1. P. (Dhātīp. xiii, 19 ; 20 ; xix, 42) vánati (Ved. also ○te, and vanáti)
• cl. 8. P. Ā. (xxx, 8) vanóti, vanuté (pf. vāvā́na, vāvántha, vavanmá, vavné
• p. vavanvás RV
• aor. vanta, váṃsva ib
vaṃsat, ○sate ib
vaniṣat AV
○ṣanta TS
vanuṣanta' RV
• Pot. vaṃsīmahi, vasīmahi ib
• Prec. vaniṣīṣta RV. vaṃsiṣīya AV
• fut. vaniśā Gr
vaniṣyate, SāṅkhSr
• inf. vanitum Gr
-vantave RV.), to like, love, wish, desire RV. AV. ŚBr. Kāṭh. ŚāṅkhSr
• to gain, acquire, procure (for one's self or others) RV. AV. ŚBr
• to conquer, win, become master of, possess RV. AV
• to prepare, make ready for, aim at, attack RV
• to hurt, injure MW. (Dhātup. also 'to sound'
• 'to serve, honour, worship. help, aid'): Caus. vanayati or vānayati Dhātup. xix, 68
• xxxix, 33, vḷ. (cf. saṃ-√van): Desid. vívāsati, ○te, to attract, seek to win over RV.: Intens. (only vāvánaḥ and vāvandhí
• but cf. vanīvan) to love, like RV. [Cf. Lat. venia, Venus ; Got. gawinnan ; Germ. gewinnen ; Eng. win.]
≫ vata
vata mfn. uttered, sounded, spoken W
• asked, begged ib
• killed, hurt MW
• (ind.), See bata
≫ vati
vati f. (prob.) asking, begging Pāṇ. 6-4, 37 Sch
≫ van 2
ván = vána (only in gen. and loc. pl. vanā́m váṃsu), 'wood' or, a wooden vessel' RV
• love, worship L
≫ vana 1
vána n. (once m. R. v, 50, 2
• for 2. See p. 919, col. 1) a forest, wood, grove, thicket, quantity of lotuses or other plants growing in a thick cluster (but in older language also applied to a single tree) RV. &c. &c
• plenty, abundance R. Kathās
• a foreign or distant land RV. vii, 1, 19 (cf. araṇya)
• wood, timber RV
• a wooden vessel or barrel (for the Soma juice) RV. (?)
• a cloud (as the vessel in the sky) ib
• (prob.) the body of a carriage RV. viii, 34, 18
• water Naigh. i, 12
• a fountain, spring L
• abode Nalôd
• Cyperus Rotundus VarBṛS
• = raśrmi, a ray of light Naigh. i, 4
• (prob.) longing, earnest desire KenUp
• m. N. of a son of Uśīnara BhP
• of one of the 10 orders of mendicants founded by Śamkarâcārya (the members of which affix vana to their names, cf. rārmêndra-v○) W
• (ā), f. the piece of wood used for kindling fire by attrition (= araṇi, q.v
• sometimes personified) RV. iii, 13
• (ī), f. a wood, forest Sāh
⋙ vanaṛkṣa
○ṛkṣá wṛ. for -krakṣá
⋙ vanakacu
○kacu m. Arum Colocasia L
⋙ vanakaṇā
○kaṇā f. wild pepper L
⋙ vanakaṇḍula
○kaṇḍula m. a kind of bulbous plant L
⋙ vanakadalī
○kadalī f. wild banana or plantain L
⋙ vanakanda
○kanda m. N. of two kinds of tuberous plant (= dharaṇī-kanda or vana-śūraṇa) L
⋙ vanakapi
○kapi m. a wild monkey Kāś. on Pāṇ. 2-3, 68
⋙ vanakapīvat
○kapīvat m. N. of a son of Pulaha VP. (vḷ. ghana- and dhana-k○)
⋙ vanakarin
○karin m. a wild elephant Kād
⋙ vanakāma
○kāma mfn. fond of (or living in) a forest MBh
⋙ vanakārpasi
○kārpasi (Suśr.),
⋙ vanakārpasī
○kārpaḍsī (L.), f. the wild cotton tree
⋙ vanakāṣṭhikā
○kāṣṭhikā f. 'forest-twig', a piece dry of dry wood in a forest Pañcat
⋙ vanakukkuṭa
○kukkuṭa m. a wild fowl, jungle fowl L
⋙ vanakuñjara
○kuñjara m. = -karin BhP
⋙ vanakusuma
○kusuma n. a forest flower Chandom
⋙ vanakodrava
○kodrava m. a kind of inferior grain L
⋙ vanakoli
○koli f. the wild jujube L
⋙ vanakauśāmbī
○kauśāmbī f. N. of a town, g. nady-ādi
⋙ vanakrakṣa
○krakṣá mfn. (prob.) crackling or bubbling in a wooden vessel (said of Soma) RV
⋙ vanakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa n. 'group of trees', copse, wood MBh. (also written. ṣaṇḍa)
⋙ vanaga
○ga m. inhabitant of a forest MBh
⋙ vanagaja
○gaja m. a wild elephant MBh. Kāv. &c
-mada m. the fluid exuding from the temples of a wild elṭelephant in rut Megh
⋙ vanagamana
○gamana n. retiring to a forest, leading the life of an anchorite Vikr
⋙ vanagava
○gava m. Bos Gavaeus L
⋙ vanagahana
○gahana n. the depth or thick part of a forest Pañcat
⋙ vanagupta
○gupta m. forest-protected', a spy, emissary L
⋙ vanagulma
○gulma m. a forest-shrub or bush MBh
⋙ vanago
○go m. = -gava L
⋙ vanagocara
○gocara mf(ā)n. dwelling in a fṭforest, denizen or inhabitant of forests (said of men and animals) Mn. MBh. &c
• living in water BhP
• m. a hunter, forester W
• n. a forest ib
⋙ vanagrahaṇa
○grahaṇa n. the act of occupying a forest (cf. -grāhin) Śak
-kolāla m. or n. the din of occupying a forest, hunting cries Śak. [Page 917, Column 3]
⋙ vanagrāmaka
○grāmaka m. a forest village, a poor small village Hcar
⋙ vanagrāhin
○grāhin m. 'occupying or searching a forest', a hunter Śak. (cf. -grahaṇa)
⋙ vanagholī
○gholī f. = araṇyagh○ MW
⋙ vanaṃkaraṇa
○ṃ-káraṇa n. a partic. part of the body (with mehana) RV. x, 163, 5
⋙ vanacandana
○candana n. aloe wood or Agallochum L
• Pinus Deodora L
⋙ vanacandrikā
○candrikā f. Jasminum Sambac L
⋙ vanacampaka
○campaka m. the wild Campaka tree L
⋙ vanacara
○cara mf(ī)n. roaming in woods, living in a forest MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a woodman, forester ib
• a wild animal ib
• the fabulous eight legged animal Sarabha MW
⋙ vanacarya
○carya n. (SaṃjUp.),
⋙ vanacaryā
○caryā f. (R.) the roaming about or dwelling in a forest
⋙ vanacārin
○cārin mfn. -cara Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ vanacchāga
○cchāga m. a wild goat L
• a boar, hog L
⋙ vanacchid
○cchid mfn. cutting wood, felling timber
• m. a woodcutter Hariv. Bhaṭṭ
⋙ vanaccheda
○ccheda m. cutting timber W
⋙ vanaja
○ja mfn. forest-born, sylvan, wild Śiś
• m. a woodman, forester R
• (only L.) an elephant
• Cyperus Rotundus
• the wild citron tree
• a partic. bulbous plant (= vana-śūraṇa)
• coriander
• (ā), f. (only L.) Phaseolus Trilobus
• the wild cotton tree
• wild ginger
• Physalis Flexuosa
• a kind of Curcuma
• Anethum Panmori
• a species of creeper
• n. waterborn', a blue lotus-flower Hariv
-pattrâkṣa mf(ī)n. (MBh.) and -"ṣjâkṣa mf(ī)n. (Prasannar.) lotus- (leaf-) eyed
-"ṣjâyata mfn. long and resembling a blue lotus-flower Subh
⋙ vanajāta
○jāta = -ja mfn. Hit
⋙ vanajīra
○jīra m. wild cumin L
⋙ vanajīvikā
○jīvikā f. forest-life (i.e. living by gathering leaves and fruit &c.) Hpariś
⋙ vanajīvin
○jīvin m. 'living in a forest', a woodman, forester,
⋙ vanajyotsnī
○jyotsnī f. 'Light of the Grove', N. of a plant Śak. (in Prakṛit)
⋙ vanataraṃgiṇī
○taraṃgiṇī f. N. of wk
⋙ vanatikta
○tikta m. Terminalia Chebula L
• (ā), f. a kind of plant (accord. to L. Symplocos Racemosa or śveta-buhnā) Vāgbh
⋙ vanatiktikā
○tiktikā f. Clypea Hernandifolia L
⋙ vanada
○da m. 'rain-giving', a cloud L
⋙ vanadamana
○damana m. a wild Artemisia L
⋙ vanadāraka
○dāraka m. pl. N. of a people MārkP
⋙ vanadāha
○dāha m. a forest-conflagration
○hâgni m. fire from a forest-cṭconflagration R
⋙ vanadīpa
○dīpa m. = -campaka L
⋙ vanadīyabhaṭṭa
○dīya-bhaṭṭa m. N. of a Commentator Col
⋙ vanadurga
○durga mfn. made inaccessible by (reason of) a forest
• n. a place made so inacṭinaccessible MBh. R
⋙ vanadurgā
○durgā f. (prob.) a form of the goddess Durgā
-kalpa m. -tattva n. -prayoga m. -mantra, m
○gopaniṣad f. N. of wks
⋙ vanadevatā
○devatā f. a forest-goddess, Dryad Kāv. Kathās
⋙ vanadruma
○druma m. a forest-tree Bhartṛ. (v. l.)
⋙ vanadvipa
○dvipa m. = -karin Ragh. Kathās
⋙ vanadhānya
○dhānya n. pl. grains of wild corn HPariś
⋙ vanadhārā
○dhārā f. an avenue of trees Vikr
⋙ vanadhiti
○dhiti (vaná-), f. (prob.) a layer of wood to be laid on an altar RV
⋙ vanadhenu
○dhenu f. the cow or female of the Bos Gavaeus L
⋙ vananitya
○nitya m. N. of a son of Raudrāśva Hariv
⋙ vanapa
○pá m. a forest-protector, woodman VS. MBh
⋙ vanapannaga
○pannaga m. a forest-snake MBh
⋙ vanaparvan
○parvan n. 'Forest-section', N. of MBh. iii (describing the abode of the Pāṇdava princes in the Kāmyaka forest)
⋙ vanapāllava
○pāllava m. Hyperanthera Moringa L
⋙ vanapaṃsula
○paṃsula m. a hunter, deer-killer L
⋙ vanapādapa
○pādapa m. a forest-tree L
⋙ vanapārśva
○pārśva m. forest side or region. R
⋙ vanapāla
○pāla m. = -pa (○lâdhipa m. high-forester) R
• N. of a son of Deva-pāla, Satr
• of a son of Dharmapala Buddh
⋙ vanapālaka
○pālaka m. = -pa Dhūrtan
⋙ vanapippali
○pippali wild flower (-maya mf[ī]n. made or consisting of wild flower) Kathās
• (ā), f. Anethum Sowa L
⋙ vanaputraka
○putraka m. the wild citron tree L
⋙ vanapurva
○purva m. N. of a village Rājat
⋙ vanaprakṣa
○prakṣá vḷ. for -krakṣá SV
⋙ vanapraveśa
○praveśa m. entering a forest, (esp.) a solemn procession into a forest (for cutting wood for an idol) VarBṛS
• commencing to live as a hermit W
⋙ vanaprastha
○prastha m. or n. (?) a forest situated on elevated or table land MBh
• N. of a place Rājat
• mfn. retiring into a forest, living the life of an anchorite MW
⋙ vanapriya
○priya m. fond of woods', the Indian cuckoo Pārvat
• n. the cinnamon tree L
⋙ vanaphala
○phala n. wild fruit R
⋙ vanabarbara
○barbara m. Ocinium Sanctum L
⋙ vanabarbarikā
○barbarikā f. Ocimum Pilosum L
⋙ vanabarhiṇa
○barhiṇa m. a wild peacock (-tva n.) Ragh
⋙ vanabāhyaka
○bāhyaka m. pl. N. of a people MārkP
⋙ vanabiḍāla
○biḍāla m. a kind of wild cat, Felis Caracil Kautukas
⋙ vanabīja
○bīja m. the wild citron tree (also ○jaka) L
-pūraka m. id. L
⋙ vanabhadrikā
○bhadrikā f. Sida Cordifolia L
⋙ vanabhuj
○bhuj m. a partic. bulbous plant (growing on the Himavat) L
⋙ vanabhū
○bhū or f. 'forest-region', the neighbourhood of a wood Kāv
⋙ vanabhūmi
○bhūmi f. 'forest-region', the neighbourhood of a wood Kāv
⋙ vanabhūṣaṇī
○bhūṣaṇī f. 'wood-adorning', the female of the Indian cuckoo L

vanabhojanapuṇyāhavacanaprayoga3vána--bhojana-puṇyâha-vacana-prayoga m
⋙ vanabhojanaprayoga
○bhojana-prayoga m
⋙ vanabhojanavidhi
○bhojana-vidhi m. N. of wks
⋙ vanamakṣikā
○makṣikā f. a gad-fly L
⋙ vanamallikā
○mallikā f. Jasminum Sambac L
⋙ vanamallī
○mallī f. wild jasmine L. [Page 918, Column 1]
⋙ vanamātaṃga
○mātaṃga m. = -karin Daś
⋙ vanamānuṣa
○mānuṣa m. 'wild-man', the orang-utang MW
○ṣikā (Kād.), ○ṣī (Hcar.), f. a (little) forest woman
⋙ vanamāya
○māya m. aloe wood, Agallnchum L
⋙ vanamāla
○māla mfn. wearing a garland of fṭforest-flowers (said of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa) Hariv
⋙ vanamālā
○mālā f. a garland of fṭforest-flowers, (esp.) the chaplet worn by Kṛishṇa Kāv. VarBṛS. &c
• a kind of metre Col
• N. of wk. on Dharma
• of various women HPariś
-dhara, (prob.) n. a kind of metre
-miśra, mṆ. of an author Cat. (○rīya n. his wk.)
-vijaya m. -stotra n. N. of wks
⋙ vanamālikā
○mālikā f. a garland of wild flowers BhP
• yam L
• a kind of metre Piṅg. Sch
• N. of one of Rādhā's female attendants Pañcar
• of a river Hariv
⋙ vanamālin
○mālin mfn. = -māla (said of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa) MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
• N. of various authors (also with bhaṭṭa) Cat
• (inī), f. Dioscorea or = varāhī (prob. a kind of plant, accord' to others, the female energy of Kṛishṇa') L
• N. of the town Dvāraks L
○li-kīrti-chando-mālā f. N. of a poem
○li-dāsa and ○li-miśra m. N. of two authors Cat
○lī7śā f. 'having Kṛishṇa as husband', N. of Rādhā Pañcar
⋙ vanamuc
○muc mfn. pouring forth rain Ragh
• m. a cloud L
⋙ vanamudga
○mudga m. Phaseolus Trilobus (also ā f.) or Aconitifolius L
⋙ vanamūta
○mūta m. a cloud L
⋙ vanamūrdhajā
○mūrdhajā f. gall-nut L
⋙ vanamūla
○mūla m. Tetranthera Lanceifolia MW
-phala n. roots and fruits of the forest VarBṛS
⋙ vanamṛga
○mṛga m. a forest deer. R
⋙ vanamethikā
○methikā f. Melilotus Parviflora L
⋙ vanamocā
○mocā f. wild plantain L
⋙ vanayamānī
○yamānī f. Cnidium Diffusum L
⋙ vanarakṣaka
○rakṣaka m. a forest-keeper MW
• (ā), f. N. of a woman, Vṛishabhaṇ
⋙ vanarāja
○rāja m. 'forest-king', a lion L
• Verbesina Scandens L
⋙ vanarāji
○rāji mf(ī)n. embellishing or beautifying a forest W
• (○jī), f. a row of trees, a long track of forest or a path in a forest MBh. Kāv. &c
• (only ○ji), a female slave belonging to Vasu-deva VP
⋙ vanarājya
○rājya n. N. of a kingdom VarBṛS
⋙ vanarāṣṭra
○rāṣṭra or m. pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. MārkP
⋙ vanarāṣṭraka
○rāṣṭḍraka m. pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. MārkP
⋙ vanarddhi
○rddhi (for -ṛddhi), f. an ornament of the forest BhP
⋙ vanalakṣmī
○lakṣmī f. 'forest-ornament', Musa Sapientum L
⋙ vanalatā
○latā f. a forest-creeper Śak
⋙ vanalekhā
○lekhā f. = -rāji Śiś
⋙ vanavarāha
○varāha m. a wild hog MW
⋙ vanavartikā
○vartikā f. a kind of quail Mālatīm
⋙ vanavartin
○vartin mfn. residing in the forest W
⋙ vanavarbara
⋙ vanavarbarikā
⋙ vanavarhiṇa
○varhiṇa See -barbara &c
⋙ vanavallarī
○vallarī f. a kind of grass L
⋙ vanavahni
○vahni m. a forest-conflagration Kathās
⋙ vanavāta
○vāta m. a forest-wind Śak
⋙ vanavāsa
○vāsa m. dwelling or residence in a forest, wandering habits R. Kām. MārkP
• N. of a country Cat
• mfn. residing in a forest, wood-dweller Śak
○saka m. pl. N. of a people MBh. (B. ○sika)
⋙ vanavāsana
○vāsana m. 'forest-dweller', a civetcat L
⋙ vanavāsin
○vāsin mfn. living in a fṭforest
• m. a forestdweller, hermit, anchorite Mn. MBh. &c
• N. of various plants or roots (= ṛṣabha, muṣkaka, varāhī-kanda &c.) L
• a crow L
• N. of a country in the Dekhan (also ○simaṇḍala) Inscr
○sī f. N. of the chief town of that country ib
⋙ vanavāsya
○vāsya (prob.) n. N. of a country Hariv. (cf. -vāsin)
⋙ vanavāhyaka
⋙ vanaviḍāla
○viḍāla See -bāh○, -biḍ○. -virodhin m. forest-enemy', N. of one of the Hindū months (that succeeding the Nidāgha, q.v.) L
⋙ vanavilāsinī
○vilāsinī f. Andropogon Auriculatus L
⋙ vanavīja
○vīja &c., see. -bija
⋙ vanavṛtti
○vṛtti f. = -jīvikā HPariś
⋙ vanavṛntākī
○vṛntākī f. the egg-plant L
⋙ vanavrīhi
○vrīhi m. wild rice L
⋙ vanaśikhaṇḍin
○śikhaṇḍin m.= -barkiṇa L
⋙ vanaśūkarī
○śūkarī f. Mucuna Pruritus L
⋙ vanaśuraṇa
○śuraṇa n. a kind of bulbous plant L
⋙ vanaśṛṅgāṭa
○śṛṅgâṭa and m. Tribulus Lanugiriosus L
⋙ vanaśṛṅgāṭaka
○śṛṅgâḍṭaka m. Tribulus Lanugiriosus L
⋙ vanaśobhana
○śobhana n. 'water-beautifying', a lotus-flower L
⋙ vanaśvan
○śvan m. 'forest-dog', a jackal Śiś
• a tiger L
• a civet-cat L
⋙ vanaṣaṇḍa
○ṣaṇḍa See -khaṇḍ
⋙ vanaṣad
○ṣad vḷ. for -sád PārGṛ
⋙ vanasaṃkaṭa
○saṃkaṭa m. lentil L
⋙ vanasad
○sád mfn. abiding in wood or in a fṭforest VS. PārGṛ
• m. a forest-dweller, forester Kir
⋙ vanasaṃnivāsin
○saṃnivāsin mfn. dwelling in a forest
• m. a forester Kir
⋙ vanasamūha
○samūha m. a thick forest or wood L
⋙ vanasampraveśa
○sampraveśa m. = vana-praveśa VarBṛS
⋙ vanasarojinī
○sarojinī f. the wild cotton plant L
⋙ vanasāhvayā
○sâhvayā f. a kind of creeping plant L
⋙ vanasindhura
○sindhura m. = -karin HPariś
⋙ vanastamba
○stamba m. N. of a son of Gada Hariv
⋙ vanastha
○stha mfn. forest-abiding
• m. a forest-dweller, hermit, ascetic Mn. R. &c
• a deer, gazelle L
• (with gaja) a wild elephant Hariv
• (ā), f. the holy fig-tree L
• the small Pippala tree L
• a kind of creeper L
⋙ vanasthalī
○sthalī f. forest-region, a wood Hariv. Kālid
⋙ vanasthāna
○sthāna (?) n. N. of a country Buddh
⋙ vanasthāyin
○sthāyin mfn. being or abiding in a forest W
• m. a hermit, anchorite ib
⋙ vanasthita
○sthita mfn. situate or being in a fṭforest ib
⋙ vanaspati
○s-páti (vanas-), m. (vanas prob. a form of the gen
2. van and ráithas-páti), king of the wood', foresttree (esp. a large tree bearing fruit apparently without blossoms, as several species of the fig, the jack tree &c., but also applied to any tree) RV. &c. &c. [Page 918, Column 2]
• a stem, trunk, beam, timber, post (esp. the sacrificial post) RV. VS. Br
• 'lord of plants', the Soma plant ib. GṛS. BhP
• the Indian fig-tree L
• Bignonia Suaveolens L
• an offering made to the sacrificial post ŚBr. ŚrS
• anything made of wood (esp. partic. parts of a car or carriage, a wooden drum, a wooden amulet, a block on which criminals are executed, a coffin &c.) RV. AV. VS
• an ascetic W
• N. of Vishṇu Vishṇ
• of a son of Ghṛitaprishṭha BhP
• du. pestle and mortar RV. i, 28, 6
• f. N. of a Gandharvii Kāraṇḍ
• n. N. of the Varsha ruled by Vanas-pati BhP
-kāya m. the whole body or world of plants L
-yâga m. and -sava m. N. of partic. sacrificial rites Vait
⋙ vanasraj
○sraj f. a garland of forest-flowers BhP
⋙ vanahari
○hari m. (prob.) a lion Rājat
⋙ vanaharidrā
○haridrā f. wild turmeric L
⋙ vanahava
○hava m. a partic. Ekâha ŚrS
⋙ vanahāsa
○hāsa m. Saccharum Spontaneum (also ○saka) L
• a kind of jasmine L
⋙ vanahutāśana
○hutâśana m. = vana-dāha Cat
⋙ vanahoma
○homa m. a partic. oblation ĀpŚr
⋙ vanākampa
vanâkampa m. the shaking of fṭforest-trees by the wind W
⋙ vanākhu
vanâkhu m. forest rat', a hare L
○khuka m. Phaseolus Mungo L
⋙ vanāgni
vanâgni m.= vana-dāha R
⋙ vanācārya
vanâcārya m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vanāja
vanâja m. the wild goat L
⋙ vanāṭana
vanâṭana n. roaming about in a forest (also pl.) Rājat
⋙ vanāṭu
vanâṭu m. 'forest-roamer (?)', a kind of blue fly L
⋙ vanādhivāsin
vanâdhi-vāsin mfn. dwelling in a forest Kir
⋙ vanānta
vanânta m. 'forest-region', a wood MBh. Kāv. &c
• mfn. bounded by a forest Hariv
-bhū f. neighbourhood of a forest Kir
-vāsin mfn. dwelling in a forest Rājat
-stha mfn. standing or situate in a forest (as a town) Kathās
sthalī f. a forest-region Bhartṛ
⋙ vanāntara
vanântara n. interior of a forest Kāv. VarBṛS. Kathās. (○re, in the forest
○rāt, out of the forest
○ram, into the forest, with pra-√viś or √āp, to enter or reach a forest)
āṇi pl. forests Vcar
-cara and -carin mfn. roaming about in a forest Kāv. VarBṛS
⋙ vanāpaga
vanâpaga (ibc. for ○gā), a forest stream, river R
⋙ vanābjinī
vanâbjinī f. lotus growing in a fṭforest Kathās
⋙ vanābhilāva
vanâbhilāva mfn. forest-destroying W
⋙ vanāmala
vanâmala m. Carissa Carandas L
⋙ vanāmbikā
vanâmbikā f. N. of a tutelary deity in the family of Daksha Cat
⋙ vanāmra
vanâmra m. Mangifera Sylvatica L
⋙ vanāriṣṭā
vanâriṣṭā f. wild turmeric L
⋙ vanārcaka
vanârcaka m. 'forest-worshipper', a florist, maker of garlands L
⋙ vanārdraka
vanârdraka n. the √of wild ginger L
• (ā), f. wild ginger L
⋙ vanālakta
vanâlakta or n. 'wild lac', red earth, ruddle L
⋙ vanālaktaka
vanâlaḍktaka n. 'wild lac', red earth, ruddle L
⋙ vanālaya
vanâlaya m. forest-habitation
-jīvin mfn. living in forest Hariv
⋙ vanālikā
vanâlikā f. Heliotropium Indicum L
⋙ vanālī
vanâlī f. = vana-rājī Prab
⋙ vanālu
vanâlu m. Marsilia Dentata L
⋙ vanāśa
vanâśa mfn. living on water MBh. (Nīlak.)
• m. a kind of small barley L
⋙ vanāśrama
vanâśrama m. abode in the forest (the third Āsrama [, q: v.] in a Brāhman's life) Hariv
-nivāsin (ib.) or s"ṣramin (BhP.), m. a Vānaprastha or Brāhman dwelling in a forest, an anchorite
⋙ vanāśraya
vanâśraya mfn. living in a forest
• m. a forest-dweller MārkP
• a sort of crow or raven L
⋙ vanejya
vanêjya m. a highly valued species of mango L
⋙ vanaikadeśa
vanâika-deśa m. a part or spot of a fo Hit
⋙ vanotsarga
vanôtsarga m. N. of wk. (on the dedication of temples, tanks, groves &c.) by Vishṇu-śarman
⋙ vanotsāha
vanôtsāha m. a rhinoceros L
⋙ vanoddeśa
vanôddeśa m. a partic. spot in a fṭforest MBh
⋙ vanodbhava
vanôdbhava mfn. produced or existing in a forest, growing wild MBh
• m. (with mārga) a path in forest ib
• (ā).f the wild cotton plant L
• Phaseolus Trilobus L
• the wild citron L
⋙ vanopaplava
vanôpaplava m.= vana-dāha Megh
⋙ vanopala
vanôpala m. 'forest-stone', shaped and dried cow-dung Bhpr
⋙ vanopeta
vanôpêta mfn. one who has retired to the forest VarBṛS
⋙ vanorvī
vanôrvī f. = vana-bhū Rājat
⋙ vanauka
vanâuka m. = next MBh. BhP
⋙ vanaukas
vanâukas mfn. living in a forest
• m. a forest-dweller, anchorite MBh. Kāv. &c
• a forest-animal, (esp.) a wild boar BhP
• an ape L
⋙ vanaugha
vanâugha m. a mass of water Śiś
• 'thick forest', N. of a district or mountain in the west of India, VaeBṛS
⋙ vanauṣadhi
vanâuṣadhi f. a medicinal herb growing wild Cat
≫ vanad
vanád (only pl. vanádaḥ), longing, earnest desire RV. ii, 4, 5 (Sāy. = vanantaḥ = sambhaktāraḥ
• others translate me van-ádaḥ, of me, the wooddevourer')
≫ vanana
vanana n. longing, desire Nir. v, 5
• (ánā), f. (prob.) wish, desire RV. ix, 86, 40
≫ vananīya
vananīya mfn. to be desired, desirable Nir. Śaṃk
≫ vananva
vánanva Nom. P. ○vati, to be in possession, be at hand RV. viii, 102, 19 ; x, 92, 15 [Page 918, Column 3]
• pr.p. ○nvat, possessing ib. vii, 81, 3 ; viii, 6, 34
• being in possession ib. viii, 1, 31
≫ vanayitṛ
vanayitṛ mfn. (superl. ○tṛ-tama) one who causes to ask &c. Nir
≫ vanar
vanar in comp. for vanas (= vana)
⋙ vanargu
○gú mfn. moving about in woods, wandering in a forest or wilderness, a savage RV. AV
• a thief or robber Naigh
⋙ vanarja
○ja m. a kind of plant (= śriṅgī) L
⋙ vanarṣad
○ṣád mfn. sitting on trees or in the forest (as birds) RV. MaitrS
≫ vanas
vánas n. loveliness RV. x, 172, 1
• longing, desire (cf. yajña-vanas and gir-vaṇas)
• = vana, a wood (cf. vanar)
≫ vanasa
vanasa mfn. g. tṛṇâdi
≫ vanaspati
vánas-páti See col. 1
≫ vanasyā
vanasyā́ See sajāta-v○
≫ vanasyu
vanasyú See gir-vaṇasyú
≫ vanāyu
vanāyu m. N. of a country ( See comp.)
• of a son of Purū-ravas MBh. Hariv. (also ○yus VP.)
• of a Dānava MBh
⋙ vanāyuja
○ja (Hcar.) or (Ragh.), mfn. produced or bred in Vanāyu (as horses)
⋙ vanāyudeśya
○deśya (Ragh.), mfn. produced or bred in Vanāyu (as horses)
≫ vani
vaní f. wish, desire AV. m. fire L. (váni ifc.) procuring, bestowing (cf. rāyas-poṣa-v○ and Pāṇ. 3-2, 27)
≫ vanikā
vanikā f. a little wood, grove MBh. R. &c. (only in aśoka-v○
• once in R. -vanika n.)
≫ vanikāvāsa
vanikâvāsa (or ○kâv○?), m. N. of a village Rājat
≫ vanita
vanita mfn. solicited, asked, wished for, desired, loved L
• served W
• (ā), f. a loved wife, mistress, any woman (also applied to the female of an animal or bird) MBh. Kāv. &c
• a kind of metre Col
≫ vanitā
vanitā f. ( See prec.) in comp
⋙ vanitādviṣ
○dviṣ m. hating women, a misogynist MBh
⋙ vanitābhoginī
○bhoginī f. a woman like a serpent MW
⋙ vanitāmukha
○mukha m. pl. 'woman-faced', N. of a people MārkP
⋙ vanitārājya
○rājya n. the kingdom of women L. (cf. strī-r○)
⋙ vanitāvilāsa
○vilāsa m. the wantonness of women MW
≫ vanitāya
vanitāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to be or act like a woman, Śṛiṅgār
≫ vanitāsa
vanitāsa m. N. of a family Cat
≫ vanitṛ
vanitṛ mfn. one who owns or possesses (with acc.) RV. (cf. vantṛ́)
≫ vanin 1
vanín mfn. (fr. √van) asking, desiring RV
• granting, bestowing ib
≫ vanin 2
vánin m. (fr. 1. vana) a tree RV
• the Soma plant ib. iii, 40, 7
• (perhaps) a cloud ib. i, 73, 8 ; 130, 4
• living in a wood', a Brāhman in the third stage of his life, a Vānaprastha Kull. on Mn. vi, 38
≫ vanina
vanína n. a tree or a wood RV. x, 66, 9
≫ vanila
vanila mfn. (fr. 1. vana), g. kāśâdi
≫ vaniṣṭha
vániṣṭha mfn. (superl.) obtaining or imparting most, very munificent or liberal RV
≫ vanī
vanī See under 1. vana
≫ vanīka
vanīka (L.) or (L. and Siṃhâs., v. l.), m. a beggar, mendicant
⋙ vanīpaka
vanīpaka (L. and Siṃhâs., v. l.), m. a beggar, mendicant
≫ vanīya
vanīya Nom. P. ○yati, to beg, ask alms Uṇ. iv, 139 Sch
≫ vanīyaka
vanīyaka m. a mendicant, beggar R. (B.) Dhūrtan. Siṃhâs. (v. l. vanīpaka)
⋙ vanīyakajana
○jana m. id. Śiś
≫ vanīyas
vánīyas mfn. (compar.) obtaining most, imparting more RV
• very munificent or liberal BhP
≫ vanīvan
vánīvan mfn. (an intens. form) asking for, demanding RV. x, 47, 7
≫ vanu
vanú m. 'zealous, eager', (either) an assailant, injurer, enemy RV. iv, 30, 5
• (or) an adherent, friend ib. x, 74, 1
≫ vanuṣa
vanuṣa (fr. vanús), Nons. Ā. ○ṣate (only vanuṣanta), to obtain, acquire RV. x, 128, 3
≫ vanuṣya
vanuṣya (fr. vanús), Nom. P. Ā. ○ṣyáti, ○te, to plot against, attack, assail RV. i, 132, 1 &c
• (Ā.) to wish for, desire ib. ix, 7, 6
≫ vanus
vanús mfn. zealous, eager
• (either) anxious for, attached or devoted to, a friend
• (or) eager to attack, a foe, enemy RV
≫ vane
vane loc. of 1. vana, in comp
⋙ vanekiṃśuka
○kiṃśuka m. pl., Butea Frondosa in a wood', anything found unexpectedly Pāṇ. 2-1, 44 Sch. (cf. bilvaka)
⋙ vanekṣudrā
○kṣudrā f. Pongamia Glabra L
⋙ vanecara
○cara mf(ī) jn. wandering or dwelling in a wood, inhabitant of a forest (applied to men, animals and demons) MBh. Kāv. &c
○râgrya m. chief of forest-dwellers', an ascetic, anchorite, sage W
⋙ vanejā
○jā́ mfn. born or existing in woods RV
⋙ vanebilvaka
○bilvaka m. pl. 'Aegle Marmelos in a forest', anything found unexpectedly Pāṇ. 2-1, 44 Sch. (cf. -kiṃśuka)
⋙ vanerāj
○rā́j mfn. shining or blazing in a wood RV. vi, 12, 3
⋙ vanevāsin
○vāsin m. 'forest-dweller', a Brāhman in the third stage of his life, a Vānaprastha L. [Page 919, Column 1]
⋙ vaneśaya
○śaya mfn. living in woods, w
⋙ vaneṣah
○ṣáh (ṣā́h), mfn. prevailing in woods RV. x, 61, 20
⋙ vanesad
○sad m. a forest- dweller Kir. (cf. vanasad)
⋙ vanesarja
○sarja m. Terminalia Tomentosa L
≫ vaneyu
vaneyu m. N. of a son of Raudrāśva MBh
≫ vanti
vanti f. Pāṇ. 6-4, 39 Sch
≫ vantṛ
vantṛ́ m. an enjoyer, owner, possessor (with gen.) RV. (cf. vánitri)
≫ vanya
ványa mf(ā)n. growing or produced or existing in a forest, wild, savage VS. &c. &c
• greenish (?) AV. vi, 2
• being or existing in woods (said of Agni) TS
• made of wood, wooden RV
• m. a wild animal R. VarBṛS
• a wild plant R
• N. of partic. wild plants (= Arundo Bengalensis
vana-śūraṇa) L
• a Buddhist novice Gal
• (ā), f. a multitude of groves, large forest L
• abundance of water, a flood, deluge Kṛishis
• N. of various plants (Physalis Flexuosa
• Abrus Precatorius
• a kind of Curcuma
• a kind of gourd or cucumber
• a kind of Cyperus
• dill) L
• n. anything grown in a wood the fruit or roots of wild plants MBh. R. &c
• = tvaca L. (cf. also cakṣur-v○ and a-jīta-punar-vaṇya)
⋙ vanyadamana
○damana m. a species of Artemisia L
⋙ vanyadvipa
○dvipa m. a wild elephant MW
⋙ vanyapakṣin
○pakṣin m. a wild bird, forest-bird ib
⋙ vanyavṛtti
○vṛtti f. forest-food, fṭforest-produce ib
• mfn. living on forest-food Ragh
⋙ vanyānnabhojana
vanyânná-bhojana m. 'eating forest-food', a Brāhman in the third stage of his life Gal
⋙ vanyāśana
vanyâśana mfn. = vanya-vṛtti mfn. VarBṛS
⋙ vanyāśrama
vanyâśrama wṛ. for vanâśrama Hariv
⋙ vanyetara
vanyêtara mfn. different from wild, tame, civilized Ragh
⋙ vanyebha
vanyêbha m. a wild elephant Śiś
⋙ vanyopodakī
vanyôpôdakī f. a species of creeper L
vana 2
vana ind., g. câdi
vanara m.= vānara, an ape L
vanar-gu &c. See p. 918, col. 3
vanahabandi N. of a place Cat
vanāhira m. a hog, wild boar L
vaniṣṭhu m. a part of the entrails of an animal offered in sacrifice (accord. to Sch. either 'the rectum' or, a partic. part of the intestines near the omentum') RV. AV. Br. ŚrS
⋙ vaniṣṭhusava
○sava m. a partic. Ekâha ŚaṅkhŚr
≫ vaniṣṇu
vaniṣṇu m. (prob. wṛ. for vaniṣṭu) = apâna, the anus Uṇ. iv, 2 Sch
vanīvā́hana n. (anom. intens. form fr' √1. vah) the act of carrying or moving hither and thither ŚBr. ŚrS
≫ vanīvāhita
vanīvāhitá mfn. carried hither and thither ŚBr
vanôddesa vanôpaplava, vanáskas, See p. 918, col. 2
vantava (?), m. N. of a man Pravar
vand (cf. √vad), cl. 1. Ā. (Dhātup. ii, 10) vándate (ep. also ○ti
• pf. vavanda, de RV. &c. &c
• Prec. vandiṣīmáhi RV
• fut. vanditā, vandiṣyate Gr
• inf. vanditum MBh. &c
vandâdhyai RV. i, 27, s ; 61, 5
• ind. p. vanditvā-vandya MBh. &c.), to praise, celebrate, laud, extol RV. AV. ŚāṅkhŚr
• to show honour, do homage, salute respectfully or deferentially, venerate, worship, adore RV. &c. &c
• to offer anything (acc.) respectfully to (dat.) MārkP.: Pass. vandyate (aor. avandi, vandi), to be praised or venerated RV. &c. &c. Caus. vandat, ○data), to show honour to any one, greet respectfully MārkP.: Desid., See vivandiṣu
≫ vanda
vanda mfn. praising, extolling ( See deva-vandá)
• (ā), f. See below
≫ vandaka
vandaka m. a parasitical plant, t. (also ā f.)
• a Buddhist mendicant Gal
≫ vandatha
vandatha m. 'a praiser' or 'one deserving praise' L
≫ vandadvāra
vandád-vāra wṛ. for vánde dārúm SV
≫ vandadvīra
vandád-vīra wṛ. for mand'ād-viira ib
≫ vandadhyai
vandádhyai See under √vand
≫ vandana
vándana m. N. of a Ṛishi (who was cast into a well, along with Rebha, by the Asuras, and rescued by the Aśvins) RV
• (ā), f. praise, worship, adoration L
• (with Buddhists) one of the 7 kinds of Anuttara-pūjā or higbest worship (the other 6 being pūjanā, pāpa-deśanā, anumodanā, adhyeṣaṇā, badhi-cittâtpâda and pariṇamanā) Dharmas. 1 4
• a mark or symbol impressed on the body (with ashes &c.) Vas. [Page 919, Column 2]
• (ī), f. (only L.) reverence
• a drug for resuscitating the dead (= jīvātu)
• begging or thieving (yācana. or mācala-karman)
• the hip or a species of tree (kaṭī or vaṭī)
• = go-rocana
• n. the act of praising, praise RV
• reverence (esp. obeisance to a Brahman or superior by touching the feet &c.), worship, adoration Mn. MBh. &c
• a parasitical plant AV. Bhpr
• a disease attacking the limbs or joints, cutaneous emption, scrofula (also personified as a demon) RV
• = vadana L
⋙ vandanamālā
○mālā (L.),
⋙ vandanamālikā
○mālikā (Kāv. Pañcat.), f. a festoon of leaves suspended across gateways (in honour of the arrival of any distinguished personage, or on the occasion of a marriage or other festival)
⋙ vandanaśrut
○śrut mfn. listening to praise, a hearer of praises RV
⋙ vandanestha
vandane-stha mfn. mindful of praises ib
≫ vandanaka
vandanaka n. respectful salutation Śīl
≫ vandanīya
vandanīya mfn. to be respectfully greeted Vajracch
• m. a Verbesina with yellow flowers L
• (ā), f. a yellow pigment (= go-rocanā)
≫ vandā
vandā f. (only L.) a parasitical plant (esp. Epidendrum Tesselatum)
• a female mendicant
• = bandī, a prisoner
≫ vandāka
vandāka m
⋙ vandākā
vandāḍkā or f. Vanda Roxburghī L
⋙ vandākī
vandāḍkī f. Vanda Roxburghī L
≫ vandāra
vandāra m. a parasitical plant L
≫ vandāru
vandâru mfn. praising, celebrating RV. VS
• respectful, reverential, civil or polite to (comp.) Mcar. Prab. Dhūrtan
• m. N. of a man Cat
• n. praise RV
≫ vandi
⋙ vandī
vanḍdī See 1. 2. bandin
≫ vandita
vanditá mfn. praised, extolled, celebrated AV. &c. &c
≫ vanditavya
vanditavya mfn. to be praised Nir
• to be respectfully greeted R
≫ vanditṛ
vanditṛ́ or mfn. one who praises or celebrates, a praiser RV. ŚBr
⋙ vanditṛ
vánditṛ mfn. one who praises or celebrates, a praiser RV. ŚBr
≫ vandin
vandin mfn. to praise or honour (ifc.) Kum. (cf. 1. bandin)
≫ vandinīkā
vandinīkā or f. N. of Dākshāyaṇi Cat
⋙ vandinīyā
vandiḍnīyā f. N. of Dākshāyaṇi Cat
≫ vandya
vándya mfn. to be praised, praiseworthy RV. &c. &c
• to be saluted reverentially, adorable, very venerable Kāv. Kathās
• to be regarded or respected L
• m. N. of a man Cat
• (ā), f. a parasitical plant L
-go-rocanā L
• N. of a Yakshī Kathās
⋙ vandyaghaṭīyā
○ghaṭīyā f. N. of a Comm. on the Amarakośa
⋙ vandyatā
○tā f. laudability, praiseworthiness, venerableness Rājat
⋙ vandyabhaṭṭīja
○bhaṭṭīja n. N. of wk
≫ vandra
vandra mfn. praising, doing homage, worshipping Uṇ. ii, 13 Sch
• m. a worshipper, votary, follower W
• n. prosperity, plenty abundance L
vandīka m. (also written bandh○) N. of Indra L
vandhā ind., g. ūry-ādi
vandhúra n. (also written bandhura
• rather fr. 2. [van+dhura] than fr. √bandh) the seat of a charioteer, the fore part of a chariot or place at the end of the shafts, a carriage-seat or driver's box RV. AV. MBh. Hariv. BhP. (cf. tri-v○)
⋙ vandhureṣṭhā
vandhure-ṣṭhā́ mfn. standing or sitting on the chariot-seat RV
≫ vandhur
vandhúr m.= vandhúra RV. i, 34, 9
≫ vandhurāyu
vandhurāyú mfn. having a standing-place in front or seat for driving (said of the car of the Aśvins) RV
vandhula mṆ. of a Ṛishi ( See bandhula)
vandhya mf(ā)n. (also written bandhya, q.v., and perhaps to be connected with √bandh) barren, unfruitful, unproductive (said of women, female animals and plants) Mn. MBh. &c
• fruitless, useless, defective, deprived or destitute of (instr. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• (ā), f. See below
⋙ vandhyatā
○tā f
⋙ vandhyatva
○tva n. barrenness, sterility, uselessness, deficiency, lack of (loc. or comp.) Hariv. Kāv. Rājat
⋙ vandhyaparvata
○parvata m. N. of a district Cat
⋙ vandhyaphala
○phala mfn. fruitless, useless, idle, vain (-tā f.) Bhartṛ
≫ vandhyā
vandhyā f. a barren or childless woman Mn. Yājñ. &c
• a barren cow L
• a partic. fragrant substance L
⋙ vandhyākarkaṭakī
○karkaṭakī f. a species of medicinal plant (given to barren women) L
⋙ vandhyāgarbhadhāraṇavidhi
○garbha-dhāraṇa-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ vandhyātanaya
○tanaya m. = -putra L
⋙ vandhyātva
○tva n. the barrenness of a woman Suśr. Hcat
-kārakôpadrava-hara-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ vandhyāduhitṛ
○duhitṛ f. the daughter of a barren woman, a mere chimera or anything merely imaginary L
⋙ vandhyāputra
○putra m. the son of a bṭbarren woman, i.e. anything merely imaginary, an impossibility Śaṃk. [Page 919, Column 3]
⋙ vandhyāprakāśa
○prakāśa See pañcadhābandhyā-pr○
⋙ vandhyāprāyaścittividhi
○prâyaścitti-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ vandhyāroga
○roga m
⋙ vandhyāvalī
○"ṣvalī (○dhyâv○), f. N. of wks
⋙ vandhyāsuta
○suta or m. = -tanaya L
⋙ vandhyāsūnu
○sūnu m. = -tanaya L
≫ vandhyāya
vandhyāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to become barren or useless Cat
vannā f. N. of a woman Cat
vanra m. (prob. fr. √1. van) a copartner, co-heir (= vibhāgin) Uṇ. ii, 28 Sch
vap 1
vap cl. 1. P. Ā. vápati, ○te (only pres. stem and ind. p. uplvā, -upya), to shear, shave (Ā. 'one's self'), cut off AV. TS. Br. GṛŚrS
• to crop (herbage), mow, cut (grass), graze RV. vi, 6, 4: Caus. vāpayati, ○te (Pot. vâpayīta ĀśvŚr.), to cause (Ā. 'one's self') to be shorn GṛŚrS
≫ upta 1
upta mfn. shorn, shaved GṛŚrS
⋙ uptakeśa
○keśa mfn. one who has his hair shorn MānGṛ
-śmaśru mfn. one who has his hair and beard shorn Kauś
≫ vapa 1
vapa m. shaving, shearing W
≫ vapaṇa 1
vapaṇa n. the act of shearing or shaving or cutting off ŚBr. &c. &c
• a razor L
• (ī), f. a barber's shop L
⋙ vapaṇanirṇaya
○nirṇaya m. N. of wk
⋙ vapaṇaprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of a treatise on the ceremony of shaving the Brahma-cārin for the first time
⋙ vapaṇavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of ch. of TS
≫ vapanīya 1
vapanīya See keśa-v○
≫ vaptṛ 1
vaptṛ́ or m. one who shears, a shearer, cutter, shaver RV. AV. TBr. GṛS
⋙ vaptṛ
váptṛ m. one who shears, a shearer, cutter, shaver RV. AV. TBr. GṛS
vap 2
vap cl. 1. P. Ā. (Dhātup. xxiii, 34) vápati, ○te (Pot. upet GṛS. ; pf. uvāpa, ūpúḥ ;ūpe RV. &c. ;vavāpa MBh. ;-vepe, Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-4, 120 ; aor. avâpsīt Br. &c. ;avapta Gr. ; Pot. upyāt ib. ; fut. vaptā ib. ;vapsyáti Br. ;vapiṣyati MBh. &c. ; inf. vaptum Gr. ; ind. p. uptvā MBh. ;-úpya RV. &c.), to strew, scatter (esp. seed), sow, bestrew RV. &c. &c
• to throw, cast (dice) ib
• to procreate, beget ( See vapus and 2. vaptṛ)
• to throw or heap up, dam up AV.: Pass. upyáte (aor. vāpi Br.), to be strewn or sown RV. &c. &c.: Caus. vāpayati (aor. avlvapat Gr.) to sow, plant, put in the ground MBh.: Desid. vivapsati, ○te Gr.: Intens. vāvapyate, vāvapti ib
≫ upita
upita mfn. scattered, sown MBh
≫ upta 2
uptá mfn. scattered, sown, planted, put in the ground RV. &c. &c
• bestrewed or covered with (instr. or comp.) BhP
• thrown down, lying AV
• presented, offered BhP
• n. a sown field Gal
⋙ uptakṛṣṭa
○kṛṣṭa mfn. ploughed after sowing Gal
⋙ uptagāḍha
○gāḍha mfn. g. rāja-dantâdi
≫ upti
upti f. sowing seeds L
⋙ uptivid
○vid mfn. an agriculturist Mn. ix, 330
≫ uptrima
uptrima mfn. sown, cultivated Pāṇ. 3-3, 88 Sch
≫ upya
upya mfn. (cf. under √2. vap) to be scattered or sown KātyŚr
≫ vapa 2
vapá m. one who sows, a sower VS. (cf. g. pacâdi)
• (ā), f. See below
≫ vapana 2
vapana n. the act of sowing seed L
• semen virile W
• placing, arranging L
≫ vapanīya 2
vapanīya mfn. to be scattered or sown (n. impers.) Kull. on Mn. ix, 41
≫ vapā
vapā́ f. a mound or heap thrown up by ants ( vāmika-v○)
• a cavity, hollow, hole L
• the skin or membrane investing the intestines or parts of the viscera, the caul or omentum VS. &c. &c. (the horse has no omentum accord. to ŚBr.)
• the mucous or glutinous secretion of the bones or flesh, marrow, fat (= medas) L
• a fleshy prominent navel L
⋙ vapākṛt
○kṛt m. marrow L
⋙ vapādhiśrayaṇī
○"ṣdhiśrayaṇī (vapâdh○), f. du. = vapā-śrapaṇī L
⋙ vapānta
○"ṣnta (vapânta), m. the end of the offering of the omentum ŚrS
⋙ vapāmārjana
○mārjana n. the wiping or separating off of the omentum Vait
• mf(ā)n. that on which the omentum is wiped or separated off ib
⋙ vapāvat
○vat (vapā́-), mfn. furnished with or enveloped in the omentum RV. VS. ŚBr
⋙ vapāśrapaṇī
○śrápaṇī f. du. a two-pronged fork on which the omentum is fried ŚBr
⋙ vapāśravaṇī
○śrávaṇī wṛ. for prec. MaitrS
⋙ vapāhuti
○"ṣhuti (vapâh○), f. (AitBr.),
⋙ vapāhoma
○homa (KātyŚr), m. the offering of omentum
⋙ vapodara
vapôdara mfn. fat-bellied, corpulent (said of Indra) RV
⋙ vapoddharaṇa
vapôddharaṇa n. the aperture through which the omentum is taken out GṛŚrS
≫ vapāka
vapāka See a-vapāka
≫ vapila
vapila m. a procreator, father L
≫ vapu
vapu m.= vapus, a body, Mw
• f. N. of an Apsaras MBh. MārkP
⋙ vapunandana
○nandana m. N. of a poet Cat
≫ vapuḥ
vapuḥ in comp. fir vapus
⋙ vapuḥprakarṣa
○prakarṣa m. excellence of form, personal beauty Ragh. [Page 920, Column 1]
⋙ vapuḥsrava
○srava m. humour of the body, chyle L
≫ vapuna
vapuna m. a god L
• n. knowledge L. (wṛ. for vayuna)
≫ vapur
vapur in comp. for vapus
⋙ vapurdhara
○dhara m. having form, embodied BhP
• having beautiful form, handsome MBh
⋙ vapurmalasamācita
○mala-samācita mfn. having the body covered with dirt ib. &c
≫ vapuṣ
vapuṣ in comp. for vapus
⋙ vapuṣṭama
○ṭama mfn. most beautiful or handsome or wonderful AV
• (ā), f. Hibiscus Mutabilis L
• N. of the wife of Janam-ejaya MBh. Hariv
⋙ vapuṣṭara
○ṭara (vápuṣ- or vapúṣ-), mfn. more or most beautiful or wonderful (vápuṣo vapuṣṭara, most wonderful of all) RV
⋙ vapuṣmat
○mat mfn. having a body, embodied, corporeal Kir
• having a beautiful form, handsome Mn. MBh. &c
• containing the word vapus AitBr
• m. N. of a deity enumerated among the Viśve Devah Hariv
• of a son of Priya-vrata Pur
• of a Ṛishi in the 11th Manv-antara VP
• of a king of Kuṇḍina ib. (atī) f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending upon Skanda MBh
-tā f. beauty Divyāv
⋙ vapuṣmata
○mata m. (only acc. -matam m. c. for -mantam) N. of a king of Kuṇḍina MārkP
≫ vapuṣa
vápuṣa mfn. wonderfully beautiful RV
• (ā), f. = havuṣā Bhpr
• n. marvellous beauty (dat. with darśatá, wonderful to look at) RV
• (○ṣī), f. See under vapus
≫ vapuṣya 1
vapuṣya Nom. P. ○yáti, to wonder be astonished RV
≫ vapuṣya 2
vapuṣyá mfn. wonderfully beautiful, wonderful RV
≫ vapuṣyā
vapuṣyā́ f. (the same form as instr.) wonder, astonishment RV
≫ vapus
vápus mfn. having form or a beautiful form, embodied, handsome, wonderful RV
• n. form, figure, (esp.) a beautiful form or figure, wonderful appearance, beauty (vápuṣe ind. for beauty
vápur dṛśáye, a wonder to see) RV. &c. &c
• nature, essence Mn. v, 96 ; x, 9 &c
• (ifc. f. uṣī) the body Mn. MBh. &c
• f. Beauty personified as a daughter of Daksha and Dharma VP. MārkP
• N. of an Apsaras VP
⋙ vapussāt
○sāt ind. into the state of a body, APrāt. Sch
≫ vaptavya
vaptavya mfn. = vapanīya Mn. ix, 41 ; 42
≫ vaptṛ 2
vaptṛ m. a sower Mn. MBh. &c
• a procreator, progenitor, father Dharmaś
• a poet L
≫ vaptṛka
vaptṛka See prakhyāta-vṭvaptṛka
≫ vapyanīla
vapya-nīla N. of a country Rājat
≫ vapra
vapra m. n. a rampart, earthwork, mound, hillock, mud wall, earth or bank raised as a wall or buttress or as the foundation of a building MBh. Kāv. &c
• a high river-bank (also nadī-v○), any shore or bank MBh. R. Kir
• the slope or declivity of a hill, table-land on a mountain Kir. Śiś
• a ditch VarBṛS
• the gate of a fortified city W
• the circumference of a sphere or globe Gol
• a sown field, any field Dharmaś
• dust L
• = niṣkuṭa, vanaja n. vājikā (?) and pāṭīra L
• the butting of an elephant or of a bull ( See -kriyā and -krīḍā)
• m. a father L. (cf. 2. vaptri)
• = prajā-pati L
• N. of a Vyāsa VP
• of a son of the 14th Manu Hariv
• (ā), f. a flat bank of earth, garden-bed (vaprā-vat ind. as in a level bank, i. e. as in levelling or arranging a place for the fire, Mahtdh.)
• Rubia Munjista L
• N. of the mother of the Arhat Nimi L
• (ī), f. a hillock, ant-hill (cf. vamrī) MW
• n. lead L. (cf. varáhra)
⋙ vaprakriyā
○kriyā (Ragh.)
⋙ vaprakrīḍā
○krīḍā (Megh.), f. the playful butting of an elephant or of a bull against a bank or mound of any kind
⋙ vaprakṣetraphala
○kṣetra-phala n. the circumference of a sphere or globe Gol
⋙ vapraphala
○phala n. id. ib
⋙ vaprānata
vaprânata mfn. bound or stooping to butt at a bank or wall W
⋙ vaprāntar
vaprântar ind. in or between banks or mounds ib
⋙ vaprābhighāta
vaprâbhighāta m. butting at a bank or mound Kir. Sch. (cf. taṭâghāta)
⋙ vaprāmbhas
vaprâmbhas n. the water flowing along a bank W
○bhaḥ-sruti f. the stream of water flowing along or issuing from a bank, a rivulet MW
⋙ vaprāvanī
vaprâvanī f. cultivated land Dharmaś
≫ vapraka
vapraka m. the circumference of a sphere Gol
≫ vapri
vapri (only L.) = kṣetra, durgati, or samudra
≫ vaprīvan
vaprīvan m. N. of a Vyāsa VP
≫ vapsas
vapsas n. a beautiful form or appearance RV. i, 181, 8 (Sāy.)
≫ vāpita
vāpita mfn. (fr. Caus.) scattered, sown VarBṛS
vapāṭikā f. = ava-pāṭikā, laceration of the prepuce Suśr
vappa vappaka. See bappa. [Page 920, Column 2]
vappaṭa-devī or vapyaṭa-devii f. N. of a princess Rājat
≫ vappiya
vappiya or m. N. of a king ib
⋙ vappiyaka
vappiḍyaka m. N. of a king ib
vappīha m. Cuculus Melanoleucus L
vabhr (or babhr), cl. 1. P. vabhrati (aor. avabhrīt Pāṇ. 7-2, 2 Sch.), to go, go astray. Dhātup. xv, 49
vábhruka v. l. for bábhruka MaitrS
vam cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. xx, 19) vamati (Ved. also vámiti impf. avamat or avamīt
• pf. vavāma vemuḥ MBh. &c
vavamuḥ Pāṇ. 6-4, 126
• 2. sg. vemitha or vavamitha ib. Siddh
• 3. sg. uvāma ŚBr
• aor. avān ŚāṅkhBr
• fut. vamiśā, vamiṣyati Gr
• inf. vamitum ib
• ind. p. vamitvā Mn. iv, 121
vāntvā Vop.), to vomit, spit out, eject (lit. and fig.), emit, send forth, give out RV. &c. &c
• to reject, i.e. repent (a word) RV. x, 108, 8: Pass. vamyate (aor. avāmi Gr.), to be vomited &c.: Caus. vāmayati, vamayati (cf. Dhātup. xix, 68
• aor. aviivamat Gr.), to cause to vomit Suśr.: Desid. vivamiṣati Gr.: Intens. vaṃvamyate, vaṃvanti ib. [Cf. Gk. ?' for ? ; Lat. [920, 2] vomere ; Lith. vémti.]
≫ vama
vama mf(ī)n. vomiting, ejecting, giving out W
• m. = vāma g. jvalâdi
≫ vamati
vamati m. the act of vomiting L
≫ vamathu
vamathu m. id. Suśr
• qualmishness, nausea Car
• water ejected from an elephant's trunk Hcar
• a cough (?) L
≫ vamana
vamana m. hemp L
• pl. N. of a people MārkP
• (ī), f. a leech L
• the cotton shrub L
• N. of a Yoginī Hcat
• n. the act of vomiting or ejecting from the mouth Suśr
• emitting, emission Kālid
• 'causing vomiting', an emetic Kathās. Suśr. &c
• offering oblations to fire L
• pain, paining L
⋙ vamanakalpa
○kalpa m. N. of a ch. of the Ashṭaṅga-hṛidayasaṃhitā
⋙ vamanadravya
○dravya n. an emetic Suśr
⋙ vamanārthīya
vamanârthīya mfn. serving as an emetic Car
≫ vamanīya
vamanīya mfn. to be vomited &c
• (ā), f. a fly L
≫ vami
vami f. vomiting, nausea, qualmishness (aīso ī) Suśr
• an emetic W
• m. (only L.) fire
• a thornapple
• a rogue, cheat
⋙ vamyāśānti
vamy-āśānti (?), f. N. of wk
≫ vamita
vamita mfn. vomited, made to vomit, sickened W. (cf. Vop. xxvi, 103)
≫ vamitavya
vamitavya mfn. to be vomited or ejected from the mouth Kull. on Mn. xi, 160
≫ vamin
vamin mfn. vomiting, being sick Pāṇ. 3-2, 157
≫ vamya
vamya mfn. to be made to vomit (in a-v○) Car
≫ vānta
⋙ vānti
vānti &c. See sv
vambha m.= vaṃśa, a bamboo &c. L
vambhā-rava See bambh○
vammāga-deśa m. N. of a place Cat
vamrá m. (and ī f. accord. to some also ā
• derivation fr. √vam very doubtful, cf. vāmī) an ant RV. Br
• m. N. of a man RV. (with vaikhānasa, the supposed author of x, 99)
≫ vamraka
vamraká m. a small ant RV
• mfn. small, little (= hrasva) Naigh. iii, 2
≫ vamrīkūṭa
vamrī-kūṭa n. an ant-hill L
vay cl. 1. Ā. vayate, to go Dhātup. xiv, 2 (for cl. 1. P. vayati, See √ve)
vaya m. (fr. √ve) one who weaves, a weaver L
• (ī́), f. a female weaver RV
≫ vayat
váyat mf(antī)n. weaving, interweaving RV. &c. &c
• m. N. of a man Sāy. on RV. vii, 33, 3
≫ vayana
vayana n. the act of weaving &c. Vop
≫ vayas 1
váyas n. a web (?) RV. ii, 31, 5
≫ vayitrī
vayitrī f. a female weaver TāṇḍBr
≫ vayiyu
⋙ vayuna
vayúna See col. 3
vayám nom. pl. of 1. pers. pron., we (cf. asma)
vayas 2
váyas n. (cf. 2. ) a bird, any winged animal, the winged tribe (esp. applied to smaller birds) RV. &c. &c
≫ vayasa 1
vayasá m. = 2. váyas, a bird TS
≫ vayovidha
váyo-vidha mfn. (vayo for 2. váyas) of the kind or nature of birds ŚBr
vayas 3
váyas n. (√vii) enjoyment, food, meal, oblation RV. AV. (cf. viiti) [Page 920, Column 3]
• energy (both bodily and mental), strength, health, vigour, power, might RV. AV. VS. (often with bṛhát
• with √dhā and dat. or loc. of pers. 'to bestow vigour or might on')
• vigorous age, youth, prime of life, any period of life, age RV. &c. &c. (sarvāṇi vayāṃsi, animals of any age
vayasânvita or vayasâtī7ta, aged. old)
• degree, kind (in vayāṃsi pra-brūhi) ŚBr
⋙ vayaskara
○kara mf(ā or ī)n. causing life or health
• of mature age (?) MW
⋙ vayaskṛt
○kṛ́t mfn. causing strength, preserving health or youth RV. VS
⋙ vayasvat
○vat (vâyas-), mfn. possessed of power or vigour, mighty, vigorous ib
≫ vayaṇ
vayaṇ in comp. for 3. vayas
⋙ vayaṇpariṇati
○pariṇati f. ripeness of age MW
⋙ vayaṇpramāṇa
○pramāṇa measure or duration of life, age MBh
⋙ vayaṇśata
○śata n. an age of a, hundred years BhP
⋙ vayaṇsaṃdhi
○saṃdhi m. 'life-juncture, puberty Cat
-matī f. a girl arrived at puberty Gal
⋙ vayaṇsama
○sama mfn. equal in age R
⋙ vayaṇstha
○stha mf(ā)n. being in the bloom of age, grown up, full-grown, strong, vigorous MBh. R.: aged, old MBh
• nourishing (as flesh) Vāgbh
• m. a contemporary, associate, friend W
• (ā), f. a female friend or companion L
• N. of various plants Suśr. Car. (accord. to L. Emblica Officinalis
• Terminalia Chebula or Citrina
• Cocculus Cordifolius
• Bombax Heptaphyllum
• = atyamla-parṇī, kākolī, kṣīra-kākolī, and brāhmī)
• small cardamoms L
⋙ vayaṇsthāna
○sthāna n. the firmness or freshness of youth Kām
⋙ vayaṇsthāpana
○sthāpana mfn. maintaining or preserving the freshness of youth Suśr
≫ vayasa
vayasá (ifc.) = 3. vayas ( See uttara-, pūrva-, madhyama-v○)
≫ vayasin
vayasín See pūrva- and prathama-v○
≫ vayaska
vayaska See abhinava- and madhyama-v○
≫ vayasya
vayasya mfn. being of an age or of the same age, contemporary MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a contemporary, associate, companion, friend (often used in familiar address) ib
• (ā́), f. a female friend, a woman's confidante Mṛicch. Kathās
• (scil. iṣṭakā) N. of 19 bricks used for building the sacrificial altar (so called from the word vayas in the formula of consecration) TS. Kāṭh. Br
⋙ vayasyatva
○tva n. (MBh.),
⋙ vayasyabhāva
○bhāva m. (R.) the condition of being a contemporary, companionship, friendship
≫ vayasyaka
vayasyaka m. a contemporary, friend Kathās
• (ikā), f. female friend, faithful female servant Mālav
⋙ vayasyakatva
○tva n. companionship, friendship, Ratnâv
≫ vayā
vayā́ f. a branch, twig RV. (also fig. = offspring, posterity)
• vigour, strength, power (?) ib. i, 165, 5
⋙ vayāvat
○vat (vayā́.), mfn. rich in offspring (others, mighty, powerful') ib. vi, 2, 5
≫ vayāka
vayāka m. a little branch, tendril, creeper (= latā) Sāy. (cf. next)
≫ vayākin
vayākín mfn. having little branches or tendrils, ramifying (said of the Soma plant) RV. v, 44, 5
≫ vayiyu
vayíyu mfn. (prob.) = vâyas-vat, mighty, powerful RV. viii, 19 ('anything woven, clothes', fr. √vE Nir. iv, 15 Sch.)
≫ vayuna
vayúna mfn. (rather fr. √vii than fr. √ve) moving, active, alive ŚBr
• waving, agitated, restless (applied to the sea) TS. MaitrS
• clear (as an eye) BhP. (cf. a-vayuna)
• a path, way (= mārga also fig. either - 'means expedient', or 'rule, order, custom') RV. AV. VS. (instr., according to rule' RV. i, 162, 18)
• distinctness, clearness, brightness RV. ii, 19, 3 ; iii, 29, 3 &c. (loc. pl. 'clearly, distinctly', ii, 34, 4)
• a mark, aim(?) RV. i, 182, 1 ; ii, 19, 8 &c
• knowledge, wisdom BhP
• a temple Uṇ. iii, 61 Sch
• (ā), f. a mark, aim, goal(?) RV. iv, 5, 13 ; x, 49, 5
• knowledge, wisdom BhP
• N. of a daughter of Svadhā BhP
• m. N. of a son of Kṛiśâśva and Dhishaṇā BhP
⋙ vayunavat
○vat (vayúna.), mfn. clear, distinct, bright RV
⋙ vayunasas
○sás ind. according to rule or order, in due order ib
⋙ vayunādha
vayunā-dhá or (for [vayuna-dh˘A] mfn. establishing rule or order MaitrS
⋙ vayunādhā
vayunā-dhā́ (for [vayuna-dh˘A] mfn. establishing rule or order MaitrS
⋙ vayunāvid
vayunā-víd (Padap. vayuna-víd), mfn. learned in rules, well versed in ordinances RV
≫ vayo
vayo in comp. for 3. vayas
⋙ vayogata
○gata mfn. advanced in years, aged, old AitUp
• n. advanced age (e ind. 'when youth is passed') Kāv
⋙ vayoju
○ju mfn. exciting or increasing strength RV
⋙ vayotiga
○tiga or mf(ā)n. advanced in age, exceedingly old or decrepit Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ vayotāta
○tāta mf(ā)n. advanced in age, exceedingly old or decrepit Mn. MBh. &c
• passing beyond or liberated from all periods or stages of existence MBh
⋙ vayodhas
○dhás mfn. = -dhā́ AV. VS. ŚBr. ŚrS
• young, fresh Uṇ. iv, 228 Sch
⋙ vayodhā
○dhā́ mfn. bestowing or possessing health or strength, strong, vigorous RV. AV. TS
• m. a young or middle-aged man W
• f. strengthening, invigorating (dhai as inf.) RV
⋙ vayodhika
○'dhika mfn. superior in years, older in age VarBṛS
• advanced in years [Page 921, Column 1]
• m. an old man Mn. R
⋙ vayodheya
○dhéya n. bestowing strength or vigour RV
⋙ vayonādha
○nādhá mfn. (√nah) establishing or preserving health VS
⋙ vayobāla
○bāla mfn. young in years R
⋙ vayorūpasamanvita
○rūpa-samanvita mfn. endowed with youth and beauty Mn. viii, 182
⋙ vayovasthā
○'vasthā f. a stage or state of life (generally considered to bethree, viz. bāla-tva, childhood, taruṇatva, youth, and vṛddha-tva, old age) Kāv. Pur. Suśr
⋙ vayovidyā
○vidyā f. See vāyovidyiká
⋙ vayoviśeṣa
○viśeṣa m. difference of age Āpast
⋙ vayovṛddha
○vṛddha mfn. advanced in years, old ib. Ragh
⋙ vayovṛdh
○vṛ́dh mfn. increasing strength or energy, invigorating RV
⋙ vayohāṇi
○hāṇi f. loss of youth or vigour, the growing old Dhātup. Sāy
vayovaṅga (?), n. lead MW
vayyá m. a companion, friend RV. ix, 68
• N. of an Asura ib. i, 112, 6
• patr. of Turviiti ib. i, 54, 6 (Sāy.)
vara 1
vára m. (fr. √1. vṛ), 'environing', 'enclosing', circumference, space, room RV. AV. TS. (vára ā́ pṛthivyā́ḥ, on the wide earth)
• stopping, checking RV. i, 143, 5
⋙ varaga
○ga m. or n. (?) N. of a place, Cat
⋙ varaja
○ja = vare-ja Pāṇ. 6-3, 16
⋙ varasad
○sád mfn. sitting in a circle or in the wide space RV. iv, 40, 5
⋙ vareja
vare-ja = vara-ja Pāṇ. 6-3, 16
≫ varaka 1
varaka m. a cloak L
• n. cloth L
• the cover or awning of a boat L
≫ varaṇa 1
varaṇa m. a rampart, mound L
• a causeway, bridge L
• the tree Crataeva Roxburghī (also called varuṇa and setu
• it is used it, is medicine and supposed to possess magical virtnes) MaitrS. &c. &c
• any tree W
• a camel L
• a kind of ornament or decoration on a bow MBh
• a partic. magical formula recited over weapons R. (varuṇa B.)
• N. of Indra L
• N. of a country Buddh
• (pl.) of a town Pāṇ. 4-2, 82 (cf. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 1-2, 53)
• (ā), f. N. of a small river (running past the north of Benares into the Ganges and now called Barnā) Up. Pur
• n. surrounding, enclosing L
• keeping off, prohibiting L
≫ varaṇaka
varaṇaka mfn. covering, covering over, concealing Sāṃkhyak
≫ varaṇasī
varaṇasī (L.) and f. Benares (more usually varānasī and vārāṇasī, qq. vv.)
⋙ varaṇāśī
varaṇāśī (Gal.), f. Benares (more usually varānasī and vārāṇasī, qq. vv.)
≫ varaṇāvatī
varaṇā́-vatī f. (prob.) N. of a river AV
≫ varaṇḍa
varaṇḍa m. (Uṇ. i, 128) the string of a fishhook (cf. -lambuka) Mṛicch
• (only L.) a multitude
• an eruption on the face
• a rampart separating two combatant elephants
• a heap of grass
• a packet, package
• (ā), f. (only L.) Turdus Salica
• a dagger, knife
• the wick of a lamp
⋙ varaṇḍalambuka
○lambuka m. the string of a fish-hook (?) Mṛicch
⋙ varaṇḍālu
varaṇḍâlu m. a kind of bulbous plant (= phala-puccha) L
• the castor-oil tree, Ricinus Communis L
≫ varaṇḍaka
varaṇḍaka mfn. (only L.) round
• large, extensive
• miserable, wretched
• fearful, terrified m. a small mound of earth KātyŚr. Sch
• a rampart separating two combatant elephants Śiś. Vās
• the seat or canopy on an elephant, a howdah L
• a wall L
• an eruption on the face L
• a multitude L
≫ varaṇya
varaṇya Nom. P. ○yati g. kaṇḍv-ādi
≫ varatrā
varatrā́ f. a strap, thong, strip of leather RV. &c. &c. (once in BhP. ○tra, prob. n.)
• an elephant's or horse's girth L
⋙ varatrākāṇḍa
○kāṇḍa m. or n. (?) a Piece of a strap or thong KātyŚr
≫ varas
váras n. width, breadth, expanse, room, space RV. [Cf. Gk. ?.] [921, 1]
≫ varāka
varāka mf(ī)n. wretched, low, miserable, pitiable (mostly said of persons) Kāv. Kathās. &c
• vile, impure (as money) Kathās
• m. (only L.) N. of Śiva
• battle, war
• a kind of plant
≫ varākaka
varākaka mf(ikā)n. wretched, low, vile Pañcad
≫ varāṭa
varāṭa m. a cowry (used as a coin). Pañcat
• a rope L
• (ī), f. (in music) a partic. Rāga Col. (cf. varādī below)
≫ varāṭaka
varāṭaka m. a cowry, Cypraea Moneta (= 1/20 of a Kakiṇī or of a Paṇa) Kāv. Kathās. Sāh. &c. (also ikā f.)
• the seed vessel of a lotus-flower Naish
• a rope, cord, string (only ifc., with f. ā) MBh. xii, 2488, vḷ. varārakā
• (ikā), f. Mirabilis Jalapa L
• n. a partic. vegetable poison Suśr
⋙ varāṭakarajas
○rajas m. Mesua Roxburghī L
≫ varāḍi
varāḍi or m. (in music) a partic. Rāga (cf. varāṭī above)
⋙ varāḍi
varāḍi m. (in music) a partic. Rāga (cf. varāṭī above)
≫ varāṇa
varāṇa m. Crataeva Roxburghī L
• N. of Indra L
≫ varāṇasa
varāṇasa mfn. (fr. prec.), g. triṇâdi
• (f), f. N. of a river MBh
• the city of Benares (more usually written vārāṇasī, cf. varaṇasī
• two small rivers, the Varaṇā and Asī are said to join or give rise to the name, See RTL. 434). [Page 921, Column 2]
≫ varāla
varāla m. or n. cloves L
• m. a black-yellowish-whitish whiteness L
• mfn. black-yellowish-whitish white L
• (ā), f. a female goose L
≫ varālaka
varālaka m. or n. cloves L
• Carissa Carandas L
≫ varitṛ 1
varitṛ mfn. one who covers or screens Pāṇ. 7-2, 34 Sch. (cf. 1. varītri)
≫ varimat
varimát (RV.) or (AV.) = next
⋙ varimat
várimat (AV.) = next
≫ variman 1
varimán or m. (abstract noun of urú, q.v.) expanse, circumference, width, breadth, space, room RV. VS. AV. ŚāṅkhŚr
⋙ variman
váriman m. (abstract noun of urú, q.v.) expanse, ŚāṅkhŚr
≫ varivas
várivas n. room, width, space, free scope, ease, comfort, bliss RV. VS. TS. (acc. with √kṛ, dhā or vid and dat., 'make room for, clear the path to')
• wealth, treasure (= dhana) Naigh
⋙ varivaskṛt
○kṛ́t mfn. procuring space, affording relief, delivering RV. TS
≫ varivasita
varivasita mfn. = varivasyita L
≫ varivasya
varivasya Nom. P. ○syáti, to grant room or space, give relief. concede, permit RV
• to show favour, wait upon, cherish, tend Bhaṭṭ. Sāy. (p. ○syamāna = varivacyita Daś.)
≫ varivasyā
varivasyā́ f. service, honour, devotion, attendance RV. Kāv
• obedience to a spiritual teacher L
⋙ varivasyārahasya
○rahasya n. N. of various wks
≫ varivasyita
varivasyita mfn. served, cherished, adored L
≫ varivo
varivo in comp. for varivas
⋙ varivoda
○dá (VS.),
⋙ varivodhā
○dhā́ and mfn. granting space or freedom or relief or repose or comfort
⋙ varivovid
○víd (RV.), mfn. granting space or freedom or relief or repose or comfort
≫ variṣṭha 1
váriṣṭha mfn. (superl. of urú, q.v.) widest, broadest, largest, most extensive RV. VS. TBr. R
≫ varītṛ 1
varītṛ mfn. one who covers or screens Pāṇ. 7-2, 34 Sch. (cf. 1. varitṛ)
≫ varīman 1
várīman n. = 1. variman, expanse, width, breadth, room RV
≫ varīyas 1
várīyas mfn. (compar. of urú q.v.) wider, broader ('than', abl.)
• freer, easier ib. ŚBr
• (as), ind. farther, farther off or away RV
• n. wider space ('than', abl.) ib
• free space, freedom, comfort, ease, rest ib
≫ varuṇa
váruṇa m. (once in the TĀr. varuṇá) 'Allenveloping Sky', N. of an Āditya (in the Veda commonly the night as Mitra over the day, but often celebrated separately, whereas Mitra is rarely invoked alone
• Varuṇa is one of the oldest of the Vedic gods, and is commonly thought to correspond to the ? of the Greeks, although of a more spiritual conception
• he is often regarded as the supreme deity, being then styled 'king of the gods' or 'king of both gods and men' or 'king of the universe'
• no other deity has such grand attributes and functions assigned to him
• he is described as fashioning and upholding heaven and earth, as possessing extraordinary power and wisdom called māyā, assending his spies or messengers throughout both worlds, as numbering the very winkings of men's eyes, as hating falsehood, as seizing transgressors with his pāśa or noose, as inflicting diseases, especially dropsy, as pardoning sin, as the guardian of immortality
• he is also invoked in the Veda together with Indra, and in later Vedic literature together with Agni, with Yama, and with Vishṇu
• in RV. iv, 1, 2, he is even called the brother of Agni
• though not generally regarded in the Veda as a god of the ocean, yet he is often connected with the waters, especially the waters of the atmosphere or firmament, and in one place [RV. vii, 64, 2] is called with Mitra, sindhu-pati, 'lord of the sea or of rivers'
• hence in the later mythology he became a kind of Neptune, and is there best known in his character of god of the ocean
• in the MBh. Varuṇa is said to be a son of Kardama and father of Pushkara, and is also variously represented as one of the Deva-gandharvas, as a Nāga, as a king of the Nagas, and as an Asura
• he is the regent of the western quarter [cf. loka-pāla] and of the Nakshatra Śatabhishaj VarBṛṣ.
• the Jainas consider Varuṇa as a servant of the twentieth Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī) RV. &c. &c. (cf IW. 10 ; 12 &c.)
• the ocean VarBṛS
• water Kathās
• the sun L
• awarder off or dispeller Sāy. on RV. v, 48, 5
• N. of a partic. magical formula recited over weapons R. (v. l. varaṇa)
• the tree Crataeva Roxburghī L. (cf. varaṇa)
• pl. (prob.) the gods generally AV. iii, 4, 6
• (ā), f. N. of a river MBh
⋙ varuṇakāṣṭhikā
○kāṣṭhikā f. wood of the Ficus Religiosa (used for kindling fire by rubbing) L
⋙ varuṇakṛcchraka
○kṛcchraka n. a partic. penance (in which for a month only ground rice with water is eaten) L
⋙ varuṇagṛhapati
○gṛha-pati (vá○), mfn. having Varuṇa for a house-lord (i.e. giving Varuṇa precedence at a great sacrifice) MaitrS. [Page 921, Column 3]
⋙ varuṇagṛhīta
○gṛhīta ( mfn. seized by VṭVaruṇa, afflicted with disease (esp. dropsy
• See under varuṇa) ŚBr. TS
⋙ varuṇagraha
○graha m. 'seizure' by VṭVaruṇa', paralysis L
⋙ varuṇagrāha
○grāha m. seizure by Varuṇa (in á-v○) TS. TBr
⋙ varuṇajapa
○japa m. N. of wk
⋙ varuṇajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha (vá○), m. pl. having Varuṇa for chief. TBr
⋙ varuṇatīrtha
○tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat
⋙ varuṇatejas
○tejas (vá○), mfn. one whose vital power is Varuṇa i.e. water AV
⋙ varuṇatva
○tva n. the state or nature of VṭVaruṇa R
⋙ varuṇadatta
○datta m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Sch.,
⋙ varuṇadeva
○deva n. 'having Varuṇa as deity', the Nakshatra Śata-bhishaj VarBṛS
⋙ varuṇadevatya
○devatyá mfn. having VṭVaruṇa as deity MaitrS
⋙ varuṇadaiva
○daiva or n. = -deva VarBṛS
⋙ varuṇadaivata
○daivata n. = -deva VarBṛS
⋙ varuṇadhrut
○dhrút mfn. deceiving VṭVaruṇa RV. vii, 60, 9
⋙ varuṇapāśa
○pāśá m.VṭVaruṇa's snare or noose TS. Br
• a shark L
⋙ varuṇapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ varuṇapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. a servant of VṭVaruṇa ĀśvGṛ
⋙ varuṇapraghāsa
○praghāsá m. pl. the second of periodical oblations offered at the full moon of Āshāḍha for obtaining exemption from Varuṇa's snares (so called from eating barley in honour of the god Varuṇa) TS. Br. ŚrS
• (sg.) apartic. Ahīna ŚāṅkhSr
○sika mfn. relating to the above oblation Lāṭy. Sch
⋙ varuṇapraśiṣṭa
○praśiṣṭa (vá○), mfn. ruled over or guided by Varuṇa RV
⋙ varuṇapriyā
○priyā f. Varuṇa's wife L
⋙ varuṇabhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. N. of an astronomer Col
⋙ varuṇamati
○mati m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva L
⋙ varuṇamitra
○mitra m. N. of a Gobhila VBr
⋙ varuṇameni
○mení f. Varuṇa's wrath or vengeance, punishment or injury inflicted by Varuṇa TS. Kāṭh
⋙ varuṇarājan
○rājan (vá○), mfn. having VṭVaruṇa as king TS. ŚrS
⋙ varuṇaloka
○loka m. Varuṇa world or sphere KaushUp
• his province, i.e. water Tarkas
⋙ varuṇavidhi
○vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ varuṇavegā
○vegā f. N. of a Kirp-narī Kāraṇḍ
⋙ varuṇaśarman
○śarman m. N. of a warrior on the side of the gods in their war against the Daityas Kathās
⋙ varuṇaśeṣas
○śeṣas (vá○). mfn. having descendants capable of protecting RV. v, 65, 5 (Sāy
• others 'being Varuṇa's posterity, i.e. sinless')
⋙ varuṇaśrāddha
○śrāddha n. N. of a partic. Śrāddha offering Cat
-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ varuṇasava
○savá m. 'Varuṇa's aid or approval', a partic. sacrificial rite TBr. ŚBr
⋙ varuṇasāman
○sāman n. N. of various Sāmans ArshBr
⋙ varuṇasrotasa
○srotasa m. N. of a mountain MBh. (C. śrotasa)
⋙ varuṇāṅgaruha
varuṇâṅgaruha m. 'Varuṇa's offspring or scion', patr. of Agastya VarBṛS
⋙ varuṇātmajā
varuṇâtmajā f. 'Varuṇa's daughter, spirituous or vinous liquor (so called as produced from the ocean when it was churned) L
⋙ varuṇādri
varuṇâdri m. N. of a mountain Pañcat
⋙ varuṇāriṣṭakamaya
varuṇâriṣṭaka-maya mf(ī)n. made from Crataeva Roxburghī and the soapberry tree Suśr
⋙ varuṇālaya
varuṇâlaya m. 'Varuṇa's habitation', the sea, ocean R
⋙ varuṇāvāsa
varuṇâvāsa m. 'Varuṇa's abode', the sea, ocean R
⋙ varuṇeśa
varuṇêśa mfn. having Varuṇa as lord or governor
• n. the Nakshatra Śata-bhishaj VarBṛS
-deśa m. the district or sphere governed by Varuṇa Gaṇit
⋙ varuṇeśvaratīrtha
varuṇêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat
⋙ varuṇoda
varuṇôda n. Varuṇa's water', N. of a sea MārkP
⋙ varuṇopaniṣad
varuṇôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ varuṇopapuraṇa
varuṇôpapuráṇa n. N. of an Upapurāṇa
≫ varuṇaka
varuṇaka m. = varuṇa, Crataeva Roxburghī MBh. Suśr
≫ varuṇānī
varuṇānī́ f. Varuṇa's wife RV. AV. (also pl. Kāṭh.)
○nyāḥ sāman n. N. of a Sāman, ĀeshBr
≫ varuṇāvi
varuṇāvi or f. N. of Lakshmī Cat
⋙ varuṇāvis
varuṇāḍvis f. N. of Lakshmī Cat
≫ varuṇika
⋙ varuṇiya
varuḍṇiya and m. endearing forms of varuṇa-datta Pāṇ. 5-3, 84. Sch
⋙ varuṇila
varuḍṇila m. endearing forms of varuṇa-datta Pāṇ. 5-3, 84. Sch
≫ varuṇya
varuṇyá mf(ā)n. coming from Varuṇa, belonging to him &c. RV. ŚBr. (f. pl. with āpaḥ, 'stagnant water')
≫ varutṛ
varutṛ mfn. = varūtri Pāṇ. 7-2, 34
≫ varutra
varutra n. an upper and outer garment, cloak, mantle Uṇ. iv, 1 72 Sch. [Cf. Gk. ?' for ?] [921, 3]
≫ varūtṛ
varūtṛ́ mfn. one who wards off or protects, protector, defender, guardian deity(withgen.) RV
• N. of an Asura priest (mentioned together with Trishṭha) Kāṭh
• ([várUtr˘I]), f. a female protector, guardian goddess (applied to a partic. class of divine beings) RV. TS. VS. ŚBr. [Cf. Gk. ? for ?.] [921, 3]
≫ varūtha
várūtha n. protection, defence, shelter, secure abode RV. AV. VS. TBr
• a house or dwelling Naigh
• armour, a coat of mail L
• a shield L
• (also m.) a sort of wooden ledge or guard fastened round a chariot as a defence against collision SāṅkhŚr. MBh. &c
• any multitude, host, swarm, quantity, assemblage (also of sons &c.) BhP
• m. the Indian cuckoo L
• time L
-nija-rāṣṭraka (?) L
• N. of a Grāma R
• of a man MārkP
⋙ varūthapa
○pa m. the leader of a multitude or host, chief, general BhP
⋙ varūthavatī
○vatī f. a host, army Harav
⋙ varūthaśas
○śas ind. in multitudes or heaps BhP
⋙ varūthādhipa
varūthâdhipa m. the leader of an army ib
≫ varūthaka
varūthaka See sāpta-dhātu-v○. [Page 922, Column 1]
≫ varūthin
varūthín mfn. wearing defensive arms or armour VS
• furnished with a protecting ledge, having a guard MBh. R. Hariv
• affording protection or shelter GṛS. MBh. Hariv
• seated in a chariot Ragh
• (ifc.) surrounded by a quantity or heap of BhP. (cf. lalanā-v○)
• m. a guard, defender W
• a ear Śiś
• (ini), f. See next
≫ varūthinī
varūthinī f. a multitude, troop, army MBh. Kāv. &c
⋙ varūthinīpati
○pati m. the leader of an army BhP
≫ varūthya
varūthyá mfn. affording shelter or protection, safe, secure RV
⋙ varūthyādeśe
○deśe ind. in a secure abode ŚāṅkhGṛ
≫ vartave
vártave Ved. inf. fr. √1. vṛ, q.v
≫ vartu 1
vartu See dur-v○
≫ vartṛ
vartṛ mfn. one who keeps back or wards off, expeller (with gen.) RV
≫ vartra
vártra mf(ī)n. keeping or warding off, protecting, defending ĀśvGṛ
• n. a dike, dam AV. TS
vara 2
vará inf(ā)n. (fr. √2. vṛ) choosing ( patiṃ-varā, svayaṃ-varā)
• m. 'chooser', one who solicits a girl in marriage, suitor, lover, bridegroom, husband (rarely 'son-in-law') RV. &c. &c
• a bridegroom's friend MW
• a dissolute man (= vita or ṣiḍga) L
• (vára), mf(ā)n. 'select', choicest, valuable, precious, best, most excellent or eminent among (gen., loc., abl., or comp.) or for (gen.) ŚrS. MBh. &c
• (ifc.) royal, princely Jātakam
• better, preferable, better than (abl., rarely gen.) or among (abl.) Mn. MBh. &c
• eldest W
• (am), ind. (g. svar-ādi) preferably, rather, better (also = preferable, sometimes with abl. which in Veda is often followed by ā e.g. agníbhyo váram, 'better than fires' RV
sákkibhya ā́ váram, 'better than companions' ib
• exceptionally with acc., e.g. śiṣyaiḥ śata-hutān homān, ekaḥ putra-kut varam, 'better one sacrifice offered by a son than a hundred offered by disciples' ṢaḍvBr.) RV. &c. &c
• it is better that, it would be best if (with pres. e.g. varaṃ gacchāmi, 'it is better that I go'
• or with Impv., e.g. varaṃ naye sthāpyatām, 'it would be better if he were initiated into our plan' Kathās
• or without any verb, e.g. varaṃ siṃhāt, 'better death caused by a lion' Pañcat
• sometimes with Pot., e. varaṃ tat kuryāt, 'better that he should do that Kām.) Kāv. Kathās. &c
• it is better than, rather than (in these senses varam is followed by, na, na ca na tu, na punaḥ tad api na or tathâpi na, with nom., e.g. varaṃ mṛśyur nacâkīrtiḥ, 'better death than [lit. 'and not'] infamy'
• exeptionally with instr., e.g. varam eko guṇī putro ta ca mūrkha-śatair api, 'better one virtuous son than hundreds of fools' Hit
na hi-varam, 'by no mean - but rather') Mn. MBh. &c
• m. (rarely n
• ifc. f. ā) 'act or object of choosing, election, wish, request
• boon, gift, reward, benefit, blessing, favour (várāya, váram ā́, práti váram or váraṃ varam, 'according to wish, to one's heart's content'
mad-varāt, in consequence of the boon granted by me'
váraṃ-√vṛ, to choose a boon'
varaṃ-√yāc or ā-√kāṅkṣ or √brū or Caus. of pra-√arth, 'to prefer a request'
váraṃ√dā, 'to grant a boon or blessing'
varam pra-√dā or pra-√yam id
varaṃ-√labh, to receive a boon or reward') RV. &c. &c
• a benefit, advantage, privilege Daś
• charity, alms VarBṛS
• a dowry Pañcat
• m. a kind of grain (= varata) KātyŚr. Sch
• bdellium L
• a sparrow L
• N. of a son of Śvaphalka VP
• (ā), f. N. of various plants and vegetable products (accord. to L. 'the three kinds of myrobolan'
• Clypea Hemandifolia
• Asparagus Racemosus
• Cocculus Cordifolius
• turmeric
• Embelia Ribes
• a √similar to ginger
• = brāhrnī and reṇukā) Suśr
• N. of Pārvatī L
• N. of a river BhP
• (ī), f. Asparagus Racemosus L
• N. of Chāya (the wife of Sūrya) L
• n. saffron BhP. (In comp. not always separable from 1. vara.)
⋙ varakalyāṇa
○kalyāṇa m. N. of a king Buddh
⋙ varakāṣṭhakā
○kāṣṭhakā f. the plant Clerodendrum Siphonanthus Npr
• a grain similar to Varāṭikā ib
⋙ varakīrti
○kīrti m. N. of a man Pañcat
⋙ varakratu
○kratu m. N. of Indra L
⋙ varaga
○ga N. of a place Cat
⋙ varagātra
○gātra mf(ī)n. fair-limbed, beautiful Mṛicch
⋙ varaghaṇṭa
○ghaṇṭa m. N. of Skanda AV. Pariś
⋙ varaghaṇṭikā
○ghaṇṭikā or f. Asparagus Racemosus L
⋙ varaghaṇṭī
○ghaṇṭī f. Asparagus Racemosus L
⋙ varacandana
○candana n. a sort of dark sandal-wood L
• Pinus Deodora L
⋙ varacandrikā
○candrikā f. N. of a Commentary
⋙ varaja
○ja See under 1. vara, p. 921
⋙ varajānuka
○jānuka m. N. of a Ṛishi MBh
⋙ varatanu
○tanu mf(ū)n. having a beautiful body Kālac
• (ū), f. a beautiful woman Kāv
• a kind of metre Piṅg
⋙ varatantu
○tantu m. N. of an ancient preceptor Ragh. Hcat. [Page 922, Column 2]
• pl. his descendants Cat
⋙ varatama
○tama mfn. most preferable or excellent L
⋙ varatara
○tara mfn. more or most excellent Siṃhâs
⋙ varatā
○tā f. the being a blessing Kād
⋙ varatikta
○tikta m. Wrightia Antidysenterica L
• Azadirachta Indica L
• = parpaṭa Bhpr
⋙ varatiktaka
○tiktaka m. Azadirachta Indica Dhanv
• a species of medicinal plant, = parpaṭa ib
• (ikā), f. Clypea Hernandifolia L
⋙ varatoyā
○toyā f. having excellent water', N. of a river Śatr
⋙ varatvac
○tvac or m. Azadiraehta Indica L
⋙ varatvaca
○tvaca m. Azadiraehta Indica L
⋙ varada
○dá mf(ā́)n. granting wishes, conferring a boon, ready to fulfil requests or answer prayers (said of gods and men) AV. ŚvetUp. TĀr. &c
• m. a benefactor W
• N. of Agni in Śāntika Gṛihyās
• fire for burnt offerings of a propitiatory character W
• N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
• of a partic. class of deceased ancestors MārkP
• of a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ
• of one of the 7 Rishis in the 4th Manv-antara VP
• of a Dhyāni-buddha W
• (mostly with ācārya, kavi, deśika, bhaṭṭāraka or deśṭdeśika āc○) N. of various authors and other men Cat
• pl. N. of a people R
• (ā), f. a young woman, girl, maiden L
• N. of a guardian goddess in the family of Vara-tantu Cat
• of a Yoginī Hcat. (cf. vara-pradā)
• of various plants, Physalis Flexuosa Bhpr. Npr
• Polanisia Icosandra L
• Helianthus Npr
• Linum Usitatissimum Bhpr
• the √of yam ib
• = tri-parṇī Npr
• N. of a river MBh. Kāv
gaṇapati-stotra, [-gaNê?za-stotra] n. N. of Stotras
-caturthī f. N. of the 4th day in the light half of the month Māgha Cat. (prob. wṛ. for varadā-caturthī)
-nātha, ○thâcārya-sūnu, -nāyaka-sūri (Cat.), -bhaṭṭa (V. P, ), -mūrti (Cat.), m. N. of authors
-rāja m. (also with ācārya, colapaṇḍita, bhaṭṭa, bhaṭṭāraka) N. of various authors and other persons Cat. (○ja-campū f. -daṇḍaka, -pañcāśat f. -maṅgala, -mahiṣī-stotra n. -mūla n. -śataka n. -su-prabhāta, -stava m. -stotra, n
○jâṣṭaka n. ○jâṣṭôttara-śata n. N. of wks
○jīya mfn. coming from or relating to or composed by Varada-rāja
• n. N. of wk.)
-viṣṇu-sūri m. N. of a Commentator Cat
-hasta m. the beneficent hand (of a deity or benefactor of any kind) MW
○das-caturthī, See varada-c○ above L
○dā-tantra n. N. of wk
odâdhiśa-yajvan m. N. of an author Cat
○dârka m. ○dôpaniṣad-dīpikā f. N. of wks
⋙ varadakṣiṇā
○dakṣiṇā f. a present made to the bridegroom by the bride's father in giving her away MW
• a term for expense or costs incurred in fruitless endeavours to recover a loss ib
• mfn. (with kratu, a sacrifice) at which excellent fees are given Yājñ. i, 358 (cf. Mn. viii, 306)
⋙ varadatta
○datta mfn. given as a boon, granted in consequence of a request R
• presented with the choice of a boon ib
• m. N. of a man Cat
⋙ varadarśinī
○darśinī f. prob. incorr. for -varṇiṇī (q.v.) R
⋙ varadātu
○dātu m. Tectona Grandis Bhpr
⋙ varadātṛ
○dātṛ mfn. = -da (q.v.) Pañcar
⋙ varadāna
○dāna n. the granting a boon or request MBh. R
• the giving compensation or reward ĀśvŚr
• N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh
-maya mf(ī)n. caused by the granting of a request, arising from the bestowal of a favour or boon R
○nika mfn. id. ib
⋙ varadāyāka
○dāyâka m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ
⋙ varadāru
○dāru Tectona Grandis Npr. Bhpr
⋙ varadāruka
○dāruka a kind of plant with poisonous leaves Suśr
⋙ varadāśvas
○dāśvas mfn. = -da (q.v.) BhP
⋙ varadruma
○druma m. Agallochum L
⋙ varadharma
○dharma m. a noble act of justice, excellent work &c
○mī√kṛ P. -karoti, to do a noble act towards any one (acc.) R
⋙ varadharmin
○dharmin m. N. of a king VP
⋙ varanārī
○nārī f. the best woman, a most excellent woman MW
⋙ varanimantraṇa
○nimantraṇa n. a journey undertaken by the parents of the bride to recall the bridegroom (who pretends to go to Kāśī) L
⋙ varaniścaya
○niścaya m. the determining or choosing of a person to be a husband, choice of a bridegroom MW
⋙ varapakṣa
○pakṣa m. the party or side of bridegroom at a wedding Ragh
○ṣīya mfn. belonging to the party of the brṭbridegroom, a relation of the bridegroom Pañcad
⋙ varapakṣiṇī
○pakṣiṇī f. N. of a Tantra goddess Cat
⋙ varapaṇḍita
○paṇḍita m. (with śrī prefixed) N. of an author Cat
⋙ varaparṇākhya
○parṇâkhya m. Lipeocercis Serrata L
⋙ varapāṇḍya
○pāṇḍya m. N. of a man W
⋙ varapītaka
○pītaka talc L
⋙ varapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. the best of men Mṛicch
⋙ varapota
○pota m. a kind of antelope Car
• (prob.) n. a kind of vegetable Npr
⋙ varaprada
○prada mfn. granting wishes Kathās
• (ā), f. N. of Lopanindra L
• of a Yoginī Hcat
-stava m. N. of a hymn
⋙ varapradāna
○pradāna n. the bestowal of a boon MBh. Hit. &c
⋙ varaprabha
○prabha mf(ā)n. having excellent brightness
• m. N. of a Bodhisattva Buddh
⋙ varaprasthāna
○prasthāna n. the setting out of a bridegroom in the procession towards the bride's house MW
⋙ varaprārthanā
○prârthanā f. the desiring a husband Śak. [Page 922, Column 3]
⋙ varaphala
○phala mfn. possessing or yielding the best fruits L
• m. the cocoa-nut tree L
⋙ varabālhīka
○bālhīka n. saffron L. (written vāhlīka)
⋙ varamukhī
○mukhī f. a kind of drug L
⋙ varayātrā
○yātrā f. the procession of a suitor or bridegroom (to the bride's house) L
⋙ varayuvati
○yuvati or f. a beautiful young woman or girl L
⋙ varayuvatī
○yuvaḍtī f. a beautiful young woman or girl L
• a kind of metre Piṅg
⋙ varayogya
○yogya mf(ā)n. worthy of a boon or reward MārkP
• fit for marriage Priy
⋙ varayonika
○yonika = kesara Npr
⋙ varayoṣit
○yoṣit f. a beautiful woman Hcat
⋙ vararuci
○ruci mfn. taking pleasure in boons (N. of Śiva) Śivag
• m. N. of a grammarian (also a poet, lexicographer, and writer on medicine, sometimes identified with Kātyāyana, the reputed author of the Vārttikas or supplementary rules of the Pāṇini ; he is placed by some among the nine gems of the court of Vikramâditya, and by others among the ornaments of the court of Bhoja ; he was the author of the Prākrit grammar called Prākṛita-prakāśa, and is said to be the first grammarian who reduced the various dialects of Prākṛit to a system) Pañcat. Kathās. &c
-kārikā f. -kośa m. prākṛśa-sūtra n. liṅga-kārikā, f. -vākya n. N. of wks
⋙ vararūpa
○rūpa mfn. having an excellent form L
• m. N. of a Buddha Lalit
⋙ varalakṣmīkathā
○lakṣmī-kathā f
⋙ varalakṣmīpūjā
○lakṣḍmī-pūjā f
⋙ varalakṣmīmāhātmya
○lakṣḍmī-māhātmya n
⋙ varalakṣmīvrata
○lakṣḍmī-vrata n
⋙ varalakṣmīkatakathā
○lakṣmī-kaḍta-kathā f
⋙ varalakṣmīkatakalpa
○lakṣmī-kaḍta-kalpa m. N. of wks
⋙ varalabdha
○labdha mfn. one who has obtained a boon (= labdha-vara) R
• received as a boon L
• m. Michelia Champaka L
• Bauhinia Variegata Npr
⋙ varavatsalā
○vatsalā f. a mother-in-law L
⋙ varavaraṇa
○varaṇa n. the act of choosing or requesting, ŚrS
• the choosing a bridegroom Viddh
⋙ varavaramuni
○vara-muni m. N. of an author Cat
-śataka n. N. of wk
⋙ varavarṇa
○varṇa m. or n. 'best-coloured', gold Hariv. (cf. su-v○)
⋙ varavarṇin
○varṇin mf(iṇī)n. having a beautiful complexion or colour MBh
• (iṇī), f. a woman with a beautiful complṭcomplexion. an excellent or handsome woman, any woman MBh. R. &c
• N. of Durgā MBh
• of Lskshmī L
• of Sarasvatī L
• turmeric Bhpr
• lac L
• = go-rocanā L
• a kind of plant (= priyaṅgu, phalinī) L
⋙ varavastra
○vastra n. a beautiful garment Mṛicch
⋙ varavāraṇa
○vāraṇa m. a fine elephant MBh
⋙ varavāsi
○vāsi (?), m. pl. N. of a people VP
⋙ varavāhlīka
○vāhlīka See -bālhīka
⋙ varavrita
○vrita mfn. received as a boon AitBr
⋙ varavṛddha
○vṛddha m. N. of Śiva L
⋙ varaśāpa
○śāpa m. du. blessing and curse BhP
⋙ varaśikha
○śikha (vará-), m. N. of an Asura whose family was destroyed by Indra RV. vi, 27, 4
• 5
⋙ varaśīta
○śīta cinnamon Npr
⋙ varaśreṇī
○śreṇī f. a kind of plant ib
⋙ varasāvitrīcaritra
○sāvitrī-caritra n. N. of a Kavya
⋙ varasundarī
○sundarī f. a very beautiful woman Caurap
• a kind of metre Piṅg
⋙ varasurata
○surata mf(a)n. well acquainted with the secrets of sexual enjoyment, Hit,
⋙ varastrī
○strī f. an excellent or noble woman MBh. VarBṛS. Kathās
⋙ varasraj
○sraj f. a bridegroom's garland, the garland placed by a maiden round the neck of a chosen suitor Rājat
⋙ varākāṅkṣin
varâkāṅkṣin mfn. soliciting a boon, preferring a request ib
⋙ varāṅga
varâṅga n. 'best member of the body', the head R. VarBṛ
• the female pudenda Kathās
• the principal piece or part VarBṛS
• an elegant form or body MW
• mfn. having an excellent form, excellent or beautiful in all parts L
• m. an elephant Divyâv
• (in astron.) a Nakshatra year consisting of 324 days
• N. of Vishṇu L
• of a king VP
• (ī), f. turmeric L
• N. of a daughter of Dṛishadvat MBh
• n. Cassia bark, green cinnamon Bhpr
• sorrel L
-rūpin m.a great hero L
-rūpôpôta mfn. handsome and well shaped
• (accord. to others, 'shaped like an elephant') L
⋙ varāṅgaka
varâṅgaka n. = varâṅga, Cassia bark L
⋙ varāṅganā
varâṅganā f. a beautiful woman MBh. R. &c
⋙ varāṅgin
varâṅgin m. sorrel L
⋙ varājīvin
varâjīvin m. an astrologer Col
⋙ varājya
varâjya n. the choicest ghee or clarified butter MW
⋙ varātisarga
varâtisarga m. the granting a boon or request MBh
⋙ vairādana
vairâdana n. the nut of Buchanania Latifolia L
⋙ varānanā
varânanā f. a lovelyfaced woman R
• N. of an Apsaras VP
⋙ varānandabhairavatantra
varânanda-bhairava-tantra n. N. of wk
⋙ varabhidha
varábhidha m. one who has a good name MW
• (ā), f. sorrel L
⋙ varāmra
varâmra m. Carissa Carandas L
⋙ varāraṇi
varâraṇi m. a mother R. vii, 23, 22
⋙ varāroha
varâroha m. an excellent rider L
• a rider on an elephant L
• a rider in general L
• mounting, riding MW
• mf(ā)n. having fine hips MBh. R. BhP
• m. N. of Vishṇu L
• (ā), f. a handsome or elegant woman MW
• the hip or flank L
• N. of Dākshāyaṇī in Somêśvara Cat
⋙ varārthā
varârthā f. (a woman) who wishes for a husband BhP
⋙ varārthin
varârthin mfn. asking for a boon Kathās
⋙ varārdhya
varârdhya wṛ. for avar○, ĀGṛ. xxi, 9
⋙ varārha
varârha mf(ā)n. worthy of a boon MW
• exceedingly worthy, being in high esteem R. [Page 923, Column 1]
• very costly R. Hariv
⋙ varāli
varâli m. the moon W
• a partic. Rāga W. (cf. varāḍī)
⋙ varālikā
varâlikā f. N. of Durgā L. (cf. vār○)
⋙ varāsana
varâsana n. an excellent or chief seat, a throne MBh. BhP
• N. of a town KālP
• Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis L
• a cistern, reservoir W. (for vār-ās○, q.v.)
• mfn. having an excellent seat L
• m. a door-keeper L
• a lover, paramour L
⋙ vareja
vare-ja See under 1. vara, p. 921
⋙ varendra
varêndra m. a chief, sovereign MW
• Indra ib
• m. n. N. of a part of Bengal. Buddh
• (ī), f. ancient Gauḍa or Gaur, the capital and district so named (accord. to some) MW
-gati m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vareśa
varêśa mfn. presiding over boons, able to grant wishes BhP
⋙ vareśvara
varêśvara mfn. id. sarvakāma-var○, 'able to grant all wishes') ib
• m. N. of Śiva L
⋙ vareṣudhi
varêṣudhi mfn. wearing an excellent quiver R
⋙ varoru
varôru m. a beautiful thigh VarBṛS
• mf(u or ū)n. (a woman) having beautiful thigh Kāv. BhP
≫ varaka 2
varaka m. one who asks a female in marriage ŚāṅkhGṛ
• a wish, request, boon MBh
• N. of a prince VP. (v. l. dhanaka and kanaka)
• Phaseolus Trilobus L
• a kind of rice L
• = parpaṭa or śara-parṇikā L
≫ varaṭa
varaṭa m. a kind of grain, (prob.) the seed of safflower, Canhamus Tinctorins, = 2. vara) Gṛihyās. KātyŚr. Sch
• a kind of wasp L
• a gander L
• an artisan of a partic. class (reckoned among Mlecchas or Barbarians) L. (cf. varuṭa, varuḍa)
• pl. N. of a barbarous tribe L
• (ā), f. the seed of Carthamus Tinctorius L
• a kind of wasp L
• a goose Pat. Hcar
• (ī), f. a kind of wasp Suśr
• n. a jasmine flower L
≫ varaṭaka
varaṭaka m. (KātyŚr. Sch.) and f. (Bhpr.) = varaṭa, the seed of safflower
⋙ varaṭṭikā
varaṭṭikā f. (Bhpr.) = varaṭa, the seed of safflower
≫ varaṇa
varaṇa n. the act of choosing, wishing wooing, choice of a bride KātyŚr. MBh. &c
• honouring &c. (pūjanâdi) L
• m. pl. the sacred texts recited at the choice of a priest ĀpŚr
⋙ varaṇamālā
○mālā f. (Kathās.),
⋙ varaṇaśraj
○śraj f. (Naish.) the garland placed by a maiden round the neck of a selected suitor
≫ varaṇīya
varaṇīya mfn. to be chosen or selected KaṭhUp. Kathās. Sarvad
• to be solicited (for a boon) &c. W
≫ varayitavya
varayitavya mfn. to be chosen or selected Nir. MBh. (-tva, n. ĀpŚr. Sch.)
≫ varayitṛ
varayitṛ m. a suitor, lover, husband L
≫ varayu
varayu m. N. of a man MBh
≫ varala
varala m. a sort of gad-fly or wasp L
• (ā), f. id. L
• a goose L
• (ī), f. = varaṭā L
≫ varasyā
varasyā́ f. wish, desire, request RV
≫ varāya
varāya Nom, (only ○yita n. impers.) to be or represent a boon Kathās
≫ varitṛ 2
varitṛ mfn. choosing, a chooser MW
≫ varin
varin m. 'rich in gifts (?)', N. of a divine being enumerated among the Viśve Devāþ MBh
≫ variman 2
variman m. the most excellent, best BhP. (lit. 'excellence, superiority, wotth')
≫ variṣṭha 2
váriṣṭha mf(ā)n. (superl. of 2. vara) the most excellent or best, most preferable among (gen. or comp.) RV. &c. &c
• better than (abl.) Mn. vii, 84
• chief (in a bad sense) = worst, most wicked MBh. xiv, 879 ; iii, 12590
⋙ variṣṭhāśrama
variṣṭhâśrama m. N. of a place Cat
≫ variṣṭhaka
variṣṭhaka mfn. = prec., most excellent or best Pañcar
≫ varītṛ 2
varītṛ m. a wooer, suitor (○tā, as fut. 'he will woo') Bālar
≫ varīman 2
varīman m. = 2. variman BhP
≫ varīyas 2
varīyas mfn. (compar. of 2. vara) better more or most excellent, chief or best or dearest of (gen.) MBh. BhP
• m. (in astrol.) N. of a Yoga
• of Śiva Śivag
• of a son of Manu Sāvarṇa Hariv
• of a son of Pulaha by Gati BhP
• (asī), f. Asparagus Racemosus L
≫ vareṇ
vareṇ (fr. vareṇyaya) Uṇ. iii, 98 Sch
≫ vareṇya
váreṇya mfn. to be wished for, desirable, excellent, best among (gen.) RV. &c. &c
• m. a partic. class of deceased ancestors MārkP
• N. of a son of Bhṛigu MBh
• (ā), f. N. of Śiva's wife L
• n. supreme bliss VP
• saffron L
⋙ vareṇyakratu
○kratu (vā○), mfn. having excellent understanding, intelligent, wise RV. AV
≫ vareṇyaya
vareṇyaya Nom. ○yayati (fr. varenya) Uṇ. iii, 98 Sch
≫ vareya
vareya Nom. P. ○yáti (fr. 2. vara), to be a suitor, ask in marriage (inf. ○yám) RV
≫ vareyu
vareyú m. a wooer, suitor RV
varaṇṭa See jala-v○
varatkarī f. a aort of perfume (= reṇukā) L. [Page 923, Column 2]
varambarā f. the Nux Vomica plant L
varasāna m. = dārika Uṇ. ii, 86 Sch
varahaka m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat
varāḍi-rāga See varāḍi, p. 921
varāṇasa See p. 921, col. 1
varāraka n. a diamond L
varāśi varāsi, See barāsī
varāha m. (derivation doubtful) a boar, hog, pig, wild boar RV. &c. &c. (ifc. it denotes, 'superiority, pre-eminence'
• See g. vyāghrâdi)
• a cloud Naigh. i, 10
• a bull Col
• a ram L
• Delphinus Gangeticus L
• N. of Vishṇu in his third or boar-incarnation (cf. varāhâvatāra) TĀr. MBh. &c
• an array of troops in the form of a boar Mn. vii, 187
• a partic. measure L
• Cyperus Rotundus L
• yam, manioc-√L
• = varāha-purāṇa and ○hôpaniṣad (q.v.)
• N. of a Daitya MBh
• of a Muni ib
• of various authors (also with paṇḍita and śarman) Cat
• abridged fr. varāha-mihira ib. Uṇ. Sch
• of the son of a guardian of a temple Rājat
• of a mountain MBh. R
• of one of the 18 Dviipas L
• (ī), f. a species of Cyperus L
• Batatas Edulis L
⋙ varāhakanda
○kanda m. an esculent √, a sort of yam L
⋙ varāhakarṇa
○karṇa m. 'boar-eared', N. of a kind of arrow MBh. R
• N. of a Yaksha MBh
• (ī), f. Physalis Flexuosa L
⋙ varāhakarṇikā
○karṇikā f. a kind of missile weapon L
⋙ varāhakalpa
○kalpa m. the period during which Vishṇu assumed his boar-form MBh
⋙ varāhakavaca
○kavaca n. N. of a Kavaca (q.v.) Cat
⋙ varāhakāntā
○kāntā f. a kind of yam L
⋙ varāhakālin
○kālin m. a kind of sunflower, Helianthus Annūs L
⋙ varāhakrāntā
○krāntā f. a sort of sensitive plant, Mimosa Pudica L. (accord. to some 'Lycopodium Imbricatum'),
⋙ varāhadaṃṣṭra
○daṃṣṭra m. and (ā), f. boartoothed', N. of a disease (reckoned among the Kshudrarogas), ŚārṅgS
⋙ varāhadat
○dat or mfn. having boar's teeth L
⋙ varāhadanta
○danta mfn. having boar's teeth L
⋙ varāhadatta
○datta m. N. of a merchant Kathās
⋙ varāhadānāvidhi
○dānâ-vidhi mṆ. of wk
⋙ varāhadeva
○deva m. N. of a man Rājat
-svāmin m. N. of an author
⋙ varāhadvādaśī
○dvādaśī f. N. of a festival in honour of the boar-incarnation of Vishṇu (observed on the twelfth day in the light half of Māgha) W
⋙ varāhadvīpa
○dvīpa N. of a Dviipa VāyuP
⋙ varāhanāman
○nāman m. Mimosa Pudica L
• an esculent √, yam L
○mâṣṭôttara-śata n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ varāhapattrī
○pattrī f. Physalis Flexuosa L
⋙ varāhaparvata
○parvata m. N. of a mountain Vishṇ
⋙ varāhapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of the fifteenth Purāṇa (celebrating Vishṇu in his boar-incarnation
• cf. purāṇa and IW. 514)
⋙ varāhamāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ varāhamihira
○mihira m. N. of an astronomer (son of Aditya-dāsa and author of the Bṛihaj-jātaka, Bṛihat-saṃhitā, Laghu-jātaka, Yoga-yātrā, Pañca-siddhāntikā
• in the last of these wks. he takes 506 AḌ. as the epoch of his calculations) IW. 176 &c
⋙ varāhamūta
○mūta n. N. of a place having an image of Vishṇu in his boar-form Rājat
⋙ varāhayūtha
○yūtha m. a herd of wild boars Ṛitus
⋙ varāhavat
○vat ind. like a boar MW
⋙ varāhavadhrī
○vadhrī f. (prob.) a flitch R
⋙ varāhavapuṣa
○vapuṣa n. the body of a boar ib
⋙ varāhavasā
○vasā f. hog's grease Suśr
⋙ varāhaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga m. 'boar-horned', N. of Śiva Śivag
⋙ varāhaśaīla
○śaīla m. N. of a mountain, Cat
⋙ varāhasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of wk. (the Bṛihat-saṃhitā of Varāha-mihira)
⋙ varāhastuti
○stuti f. N. of ch. of the BrahmâṇḍaP
⋙ varāhasphuṭa
○sphuṭa m. or n. N. of wk
⋙ varāhasvāmin
○svāmin mṆ. of a mythical king Kathās
⋙ varāhādri
varāhâdri m. N. of a mountain MārkP
⋙ varāhāvatāra
varāhâvatāra m. the boar-incarnation (in which Vishṇu, in boar-form, raised up on one of his tusks the earth which lay buried beneath the waters when the whole world had become one ocean) IW. 327 RTL. 102
⋙ varāhāśva
varāhâśva m. N. of a Daitya MBh
⋙ varāhopaniṣad
varāhôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ varāhopānah
varāhôpānah f. du. shoes made of pig's leather Kāty
≫ varāhaka
varāhaka m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh
• (ikā), f. Physalis Flexuosa L
• n. N. of an Uparnishad
≫ varāhayu
varāhayú mfn. eager after boars, useful or fit for boar-hunting RV
≫ varāhu
varāhú m. a boar, hog RV
• pl. N. of partic. winds TĀr
• N. of a class of gods belonging to the middle sphere Sāy
variṭri 1
variṭri varimán, váriṣṭha. See p. 921, col. 2
varitṛ 2
varitṛ ○riman &c. See p. 923, col. 1, [Page 923, Column 3]
várivas varivo-dá &c. See p. 921, col. 2
variśī See bariśī
variṣa m.= varṣa, rain &c. Uṇ. iii, 62 Sch
• (ā), f. pl. the rains, rainy season, L:
⋙ variṣāpriya
variṣā-priya m. 'friend of the rainy season, the Cātaka bird (being supposed to drink only rainwater) L
varī f. pl. ( See also under 2. vara) streams, rivers Naigh. i, 13 (cf. vār, vāri)
⋙ varītākṣa
○tākṣa m. N. of a Daitya MBh
⋙ varīdāsa
○dāsa m. N. of the father of the Gandharva Nārada Hariv
⋙ varīdharā
○dharā f. a kind of metre L
varīman 1
várīman várīyas. See p. 921, col. 2
varīman 2
varīman ○rīyas. See p. 923, col. 1
varīvarda = balivárda ( See under balivarda)
várīvṛjat See under √vṛj
varīvṛtá mfn. (fr. Intens. of √1. vṛt) turning frequently, rolling AV
varīṣu m. N. of Kāma-deva, the god of love L. (cf. raviiṣu)
varu (accord. to Sāy.) N. of a man RV. viii, 23, 28 ; 24, 28 ; 25, 2 (only in varo, which is always followed by suṣāmṇe, and should be a voc., but, accord. to others, ought to form the one word varosuṣāman a proper N. )
varuka m. a species of inferior grain Suśr
varuṭa m. N. of a class of Mlecchas L. (accordṭo some 'the son of an out-caste Kshatriya', = karaṇa, q.v. )
≫ varuḍa
varuḍa m. N. of a low mixed caste (one of the 7 low castes called Antya-ja, whose occupation is splitting canes) Kull. on Mn. iv, 215
• (ī), f. a woman of the above easte Yājñ. Sch
váruṇa &c. See p. 921, col. 2
varutṛ varutra, See p. 921, col. 3
varula = sambhakta L
varūka m.= varuka Car
varūtrí várūtha &c. See p. 921, col. 3
vareṇ váreṇya, vareya &c. See col. 1
vareṇa m. a wasp L. (cf. varola)
• (ā), f. (prob.) wṛ. for vareṇya
vareṇuka m. corn L
varéndra varêśa &c. See col. 1
varoṭa m. Ṇ. of a plant (= maruvaka) L
• n. its flower
varôru See col. 1
varola m. a kind of wasp L
• (ī), f. a smaller kind of wasp L
varkara See barkara
varkarāṭa m. (only L.) a side glance
• the rays of the ascending sun
• the marks of a lover's finger-nails on the bosom of a woman
varkarī-kuṇḍa m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat
varkuṭa m. a pin, bolt L
várga (accented only in Nigh.), m. (fr. √vṛj) one who excludes or removes or averts KaushUp
• (ifc. f. ā) a separate division, class, set, multitude of similar things (animate or inanimate), group, company, family, party, side (mostly ifc., e.g. catur-, tri-v○, q.v
• often pl. for sg.) KātyŚr. Prāt. &c
• (esp.) any series or group of words classified together (as manuṣya-vanas-pati-v○ &c.), or a class or series of consonants in the alphabet (seven such classes being given, viz. ka-varga, 'the class of Guttural letters ca-kāra-v○, or ca-v○, 'the Palatals' [Page 924, Column 1]
ṭa-v○ 'the Cerebrals'
ta-v○ 'the Dentals'
pa-v○ 'the Labials'
ya-v○ 'the Semivowels'
śa-v○ 'the Sibilants', and the aspirate h, cf. varga-dvitīya and -prathama) Prāt. VarBṛS. Vop
• everything comprehended under any department or head, everything included under a category, province or sphere of. VarBṛS
• = tri-varga (q.v.) BhP
• a section, chapter, division of a book, (esp.) a subdivision of an Adhyāya in the Ṛig-veda (which, accord. to the mere mechanical division, contains 8 Ashtakas or 64 Adhyīyas or 2006 Vargas
• cf. maṇḍala) and a similar subdivision in the Bṛihad-devatā
• (in alg.) the square of a number Col. (e.g. pañca-v○, square of five, cf. bhinna-v○)
• = bala, strength Naigh. ii, 9
• N. of a country Buddh
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh
⋙ vargakarman
○karman n. N. of an indefinite problem or of an operation relating to square numbers, Līl
⋙ vargaghana
○ghana n. the square of a cube W
-ghāta m. (in arithm.) the fifth power
⋙ vargadvitīya
○dvitīya m. (in gram.) the second letter of a Varga ( See above)
⋙ vargapada
○pada n. a square √Col
⋙ vargaprakṛti
○prákṛti f. (in arithm.) an affected square Col
⋙ vargaprathama
○prathama m. (in gram.) the first letter of a Varga ( See above)
⋙ vargapraśaṃsin
○praśaṃsin mfn. praising one's own class or set (relatives, dependants &c.) Nīlak
⋙ vargamūla
○mūla n. (in arithm.) square √Col
⋙ vargavarga
○varga m. (in arithm.) the square of a square, a biquadratic number
-varga m. the square of a squared square
⋙ vargaśas
○śas ind. accord. to divisions, in groups BhP
⋙ vargastha
○stha mfn. standing by or devoted to a party, partial MBh
⋙ vargāntya
vargântya m. (in gram.) the last letter of a Varga, a nasal APrāt. Sch
⋙ vargāṣṭaka
vargâṣṭaka n. the eight groups of consonants i.e. the consonants collectively RāmatUp. Sch
⋙ vargottama
vargôttama m. = vargântya APrāt. Sch
• (in astrol.) 'chief of a class', N. of the Ram and the Bull and the Twins (being the first in a partic. grouping of the zodiacal signs) Var
≫ vargaṇā
vargaṇā f. division, class, Sil
• multiplication VarBṛS
≫ vargaya
vargaya Nom. P. ○yati, to raise to a square Līl. (○gita, mfn. squared ib.)
≫ vargas
vargas n. among the bala-nāmāni Naigh. ii, 9
≫ vargin
vargin mf(iṇī)n. belonging to a class, devoted to a side or party MBh
≫ vargīkṛta
vargī-kṛta mfn. made into classes, classified, arranged MW
• (in alg.) raised to a square, squared
≫ vargīṇa
vargīṇa mfn. (ifc.) belonging to the class or category or family or party of Pāṇ. 4-3, 64
≫ vargīya
vargīya mfn. (ifc.) id. ib. (e.g. ka-vargīya, a guttural, pa-vargīya, a palatal Sch
• cf. artha-, mad-v○ &c.)
≫ vargya
vargya mfn. (ifc.) id. Pāṇ. 4-3, 54 (cf. mad-v○)
• m. a member of a society, colleague Mālatīm
≫ varja
varja mf(ā)n. (ifc.) free from, devoid of excluding, with the exception of. MBh. BhP
• m. leaving, leaving out, excepting W
• (am), See below
⋙ varjaka
varḍjaka mfn. (ifc.) shunning, avoiding MBh. Hcat
• excluding, exclusive of MW
⋙ varjana
varḍjana n. excluding avoiding, leaving, abandoning Mn. MBh. &c
• neglect Pañcar
• omission ĀśvŚr
• exception Pāṇ. 1-4, 88 &c
• hurting, injury L
⋙ varjanīya
varḍjanīya mfn. to be excluded or shunned or avoided, improper, censurable Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ varjam
varḍjam ind. (mostly ifc., exceptionally with acc.) excluding, excepting, except, without, with the exception of GṛŚrS. Mn. &c
⋙ varjayitavya
varḍjayitavya mfn. to be shunned or avoided VarBṛS
⋙ varjayitṛ
varḍjayitṛ mfn. one who excludes or avoids or shuns MBh
• one who pours out, discharger (of rain) Sāy
≫ varjita
varjita mfn. excluded, abandoned, avoided MBh. Kāv. &c
• (with instr. or ifc.) deprived of. wanting, without, with the exception of. Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ varjin
varḍjin mfn. avoiding, shunning MBh
⋙ varjya
varḍjya mfn. to be excluded or shunned or avoided or given up Mn. MBh. &c
• (ifc.) with the exception of, exclusive of. without MBh. MārkP
• n. a stage in each lunar mansion during which no business should be begun W
varc (prob. artificial, to serve as the source of the words below), cl. 1. Ā. varcate, to shine, be bright Dhātup. vi, 1
varca m. N. of an ancient sage MBh. (= suvarcaka, Nīlak.)
≫ varcaḥsthāna
varcaḥ-sthāna n. (for [varcas+sth○]) a place for voiding excrement Car
≫ varcala
varcala See su-varcala
≫ varcas
várcas n. (√ruc) vital power, vigour, energy, activity, (esp.) the illuminating power of fire or the sun, i.e. brilliance, lustre, light RV. &c. &c
• colour R. BhP. [Page 924, Column 2]
• splendour, glory Kāv. Pur
• form, figure, shape L
• excrement, ordure, feces Rājat. Suśr
• m. N. of a son of Soma MBh
• of a son of Su-tejas or Su-ketas ib
• of Rākshava BhP. (Sch.)
⋙ varcasvat
○vat (várcas.), mfn. vigorous, fresh AV. VS
• shining, bright VS
• containing the word varcas Pāṇ. 4-4, 125 Sch
⋙ varcasvin
○vín mfn. vigorous, active, energetic AV. VS. &c
• m. an energetic man ŚBr
• N. of a son of Varcas and grandson of Soma MBh. Hariv
≫ varcasa
varcasá n. (ifc.) = varcas, light, lustre, colour AV. MBh. R. &c. (cf. brahma-v○)
≫ varcasin
varcasín See brahma- and su-v○
≫ varcaska
varcaska m. n. (g. ardharcâdi) power, vigour, brightness &c. MBh. Hariv
• ordure, excrement Pāṇ. 6-1, 148
⋙ varcaskasthāna
○sthāna n. = caḥ-sthāna Car
≫ varcasya
varcasyá mfn. bestowing vital power or vigour VS. AV. ŚāṅkhGṛ
• relating to varcas Kauś
• acting on the excrement, Śusr
• (ā), f. (scil. iṣṭakā) N. of partic. sacrificial bricks (at the laying of which certain Mantras containing the word varcas are used) Pāṇ. 4-4, 125 Sch
≫ varcāya
varcāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to shine, g. bhṛśâdi
≫ varcāvasu
varcā-vasu m. a partic. sunbeam VP. Sch. (in a quotation)
• N. of a Gandharva VP
≫ varcita
varcita wṛ. for carcita Pañcat
≫ varcin
varcín m. N. of a demon (slain by Indra or by Indra and Vishṇu jointly) RV
≫ varco
varco in comp. for varcas
⋙ varcograha
○graha m. obstruction of the feces, constipation Suśr
⋙ varcodā
○dā́ (AV.),
⋙ varcodhas
○dhás (AV.),
⋙ varcodhā
○dhā́ (AV. VS.), mfn. granting power, bestowing vigour or energy
⋙ varcobheda
○bheda m. diarrhoea Car
○din mfn. suffering from it ib
⋙ varcomārga
○mārga m. the anus L
⋙ varcovinigraha
○vinigraha m. -graha Car
varcaṭī (?), f. a kind of rice W
• a harlot ib
varja &c. See col. 1
varṇ (rather Nom. fr. varṇa), cl. 10. P. (Dhātup. xxxv, 83) varṇayati (m.c. also ○te
• aor. avavarṇat
• inf. varṇayitum or varṇitum), to paint, colour, dye. Yājñ. Daś
• to depict, picture, write, describe, relate, tell, explain MBh. Kāv. &c
• to regard, consider Kathās
• to spread, extend MBh
• to praise, extol, proclaim qualities W.: Pass. varṇyate (aor. avarṇi), to be coloured or described &c. MBh. Kāv. &c
≫ varṇa
várṇa m. (or n. g. ardharcâdi, prob. fr. √1. vṛ
• ifc. f. ā) a covering, cloak, mantle L
• a cover, lid Yājñ. iii, 99
• outward appearance, exterior, form, figure, shape, colour RV. &c. &c
• colour of the face, (esp.) good colour or complexion, lustre, beauty Mn. MBh. &c
• colour, tint, dye, pigment (for painting or writing) MBh. Kāv. &c
• colour = race, species, kind, sort, character, nature, quality, property (applied to persons and things) RV. &c. &c
• class of men, tribe, order, caste (prob. from contrast of colour between the dark aboriginal tribes and their fair conquerors ; in RV. esp. applied to the Āryas and the Dāsas ; but more properly applicable to the four principal classes described in Manu's code, viz. Brāhmans, Kshatriyas, Vaiśyas, and Sūdras ; the more modern word for 'caste' being jāti ; IW. 210, n. 1) ib
• a letter, sound, vowel, syllable, word Br. Prāt. &c
• a musical sound or note (also applied to the voice of animals) MBh. R. Pañcat
• the order or arrangement of a song or poem W
• praise, commendation, renown, glory Mṛicch. Kum. Rājat
• (in alg.) an unknown magnitude or quantity
• (in arithm.) the figure, 'one'
• (accord. to some) a co-efficient
• a kind of measure L. (cf. -tāla)
• gold L
• a religious observance L
• one who wards off, expeller Sāy. on RV. i, 104, 2
• (ā), f. Cajanus Indicus L. ; n. saffron L. [Cf., accord. to some, Slav. [vran˘u], 'black', 'a crow' ; Lith. vârnas, 'a crow.']
⋙ varṇakavi
○kavi m. N. of a son of Kubera L
⋙ varṇakūpikā
○kūpikā f. any vessel containing colour or paint, an ink-bottle, ink-stand L
⋙ varṇakṛt
○kṛt mfn. causing or giving colour Suśr
⋙ varṇakrama
○krama m. order or succession of colours KātyŚr. Sch
• order of castes (eṇa ind. according to the order of castes) Prab
• order or series of letters, alphabetical arrangement, alphabet W
• a partic. krama or method of reciting Vedic texts ( See under krama) TPrāt
-darpaṇa m. -lakṣaṇa and -vivaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ varṇagata
○gata mfn. 'gone to colour', coloured, described W
• algebraical Col
⋙ varṇaguru
○guru m. 'father or chief of the castes', a king, prince Rājat
⋙ varṇagrathaṇā
○grathaṇā f. a partic. artificial method of writing verses Vas
⋙ varṇaghanasāriṇī
○ghanasāriṇī f. N. of wk
⋙ varṇacāraka
○cāraka m. a painter L. [Page 924, Column 3]
⋙ varṇacitrita
○citrita mfn. painted with colours Śak
⋙ varṇacaura
○caura m. a stealer of colour L
⋙ varṇaja
○ja mfn. produced from castes VarBṛS
⋙ varṇajyāyas
○jyāyas mfn. higher in caste Āpast
⋙ varṇajyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha mf(ā)n. highest in caste Hit. iv, 21 (v. l.)
• m. a Brāhman L
⋙ varṇatanu
○tanu f. N. of a partic. Mantra addressed to Sarasvatī Cat
⋙ varṇatantramālā
○tantra-mālā f. a grammar or N. of a partic. grammar Cat
⋙ varṇatarṇaka
○tarṇaka n. or woollen cloth used as a mat L
⋙ varṇatarṇikā
○tarḍṇikā f. woollen cloth used as a mat L
⋙ varṇatas
○tas ind. by or with or according to colour &c. RPrāt. AgP
⋙ varṇatā
○tā f. (MBh.),
⋙ varṇatva
○tva n. (Suśr. Kull. &c.) the state of colour, colour (anyavarṇa-tva, the being of another colour)
• the state or condition of caste, division into classes
• the state or condition of a letter or sound
⋙ varṇatāla
○tāla m. N. of a king, Vār., Introd
• (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
⋙ varṇatūli
⋙ varṇatulikā
○tulikā or f. 'letter-brush', a pen, pencil, paint-brush L
⋙ varṇatulī
○tulī f. 'letter-brush', a pen, pencil, paint-brush L
⋙ varṇada
○da mfn. giving colour, colouring, dyeing W
• giving tribe &c. ib
• n. a kind of fragrant yellow wood L
⋙ varṇadātrī
○dātrī f. 'giving colour', turmeric L
⋙ varṇadīpikā
○dīpikā f. 'letterexplainer', N. of wk. on the mystical meaning of letters
⋙ varṇadūta
○dūta m. 'letter-messenger', a letter, epistle L
⋙ varṇadūṣaka
○dūṣaka mf(ikā)n. violating or disturbing the distinctions of caste Mn. x, 61
⋙ varṇadevatā
○devatā f. the deity presiding over any partic. letter VPrāt
⋙ varṇadeśanā
○deśanā f. 'instruction in letters', N. of a treatise (by Deva-kīrti on the proper spelling of words with certain cognate consonants, such as ś, , s
j and y
gh and h), and of some similar wks
⋙ varṇadvayamaya
○dvaya-maya mf(ī)n. consisting of two syllables Cat
⋙ varṇadharma
○dharma m. the partic. duty or occupation of any caste or tribe Gaut. Mn. &c
⋙ varṇanātha
○nātha m. the planetary regent of a caste Vāstuv
⋙ varṇapaṭala
○paṭala m. or n. (?) N. of a Pariśishṭa of the AV
⋙ varṇapattra
○pattra n. 'colour-leaf.' a pallet L
⋙ varṇaparicaya
○paricaya m. skill in song or music Śak
⋙ varṇaparidhvaṃsa
○paridhvaṃsa m. (Sch.) or (Āpast.) foss of caste
⋙ varṇaparidhvaṃsā
○paridhvaṃḍsā f. (Āpast.) foss of caste
⋙ varṇapāṭha
○pāṭha m. 'letterregister', the alphabet Pat
⋙ varṇapāta
○pāta m. the dropping or omission of a letter in pronunciation MW
⋙ varṇapātra
○pātra n. 'colour-vessel or receptacle', a paint-box L
⋙ varṇapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. the blossom of globe-amaranth L
• (ī), f. Echinops Echinatus L
⋙ varṇapuṣpaka
○puṣpaka m. globeamaranth L
⋙ varṇaprakarṣa
○prakarṣa m. excellence or beauty of colour MW
⋙ varṇaprakāśa
○prakāśa m
⋙ varṇaprabodha
○prabodha m. N. of wks
⋙ varṇaprasādana
○prasādana n. aloe wood, Agallochum L
⋙ varṇabuddhi
○buddhi f. the idea or notion connected with partic. letters or sounds Sarvad
⋙ varṇabhinna
○bhinna and m. (in music) two kinds of measure Saṃgīt
⋙ varṇabhīru
○bhīru m. (in music) two kinds of measure Saṃgīt
⋙ varṇabhedavidhi
○bheda-vidhi m. method of letter-division, N. of wk
⋙ varṇabhedinī
○bhedinī f. millet L
⋙ varṇabhairava
○bhairava m. or n. (?) N. of wk. on the terrible importance of the mystical meaning of letters
⋙ varṇamañcikā
○mañcikā f. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
⋙ varṇamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of colours, Mw
• consisting of symbolical letters or sounds Cat
⋙ varṇamātṛ
○mātṛ f. 'letter-mother', a pen, pencil &c. L
⋙ varṇamātṛkā
○mātṛkā f. N. of Sarasvatī L
⋙ varṇamātra
○mātra n. only the colour, nothing but colour Hit
• (ā), f. a kind of metre Sāh
⋙ varṇamālā
○mālā f. order or series of letters (esp. rows of letters written on a board or in a diagram), the alphabet L
praśnagrantha m. N. of wk
⋙ varṇayati
○yati f. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
⋙ varṇaratnadīpikā
○ratna-dīpikā f. N. of wk
⋙ varṇarāśi
○rāśi m. 'multitude or series of letters', the alphabet RPrāt., Introd. Sarvad
⋙ varṇarekhā
○rekhā f. chalk or a white substance often confounded with chalk L
⋙ varṇalīla
○līla m. (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
⋙ varṇalekhā
○lekhā or f. -rekkā L
⋙ varṇalekhikā
○lekhikā f. -rekkā L
⋙ varṇavat
○vat mfn. having colour &c. MW
• (-vatī), f. turmeric L
⋙ varṇavarti
○varti or f. a writing-pen, pencil &c. L
⋙ varṇavartikā
○vartikā f. a writing-pen, pencil &c. L
⋙ varṇavādin
○vādin m. a speaker of praise, panegyrist L
⋙ varṇavikriyā
○vikriyā f. enmity against the castes Ragh
⋙ varṇaviparyaya
○viparyaya m. the change or substitution of one letter for another MW
⋙ varṇavilāsa
○vilāsa m. N. of wk
⋙ varṇavilāsinī
○vilāsinī f. turmeric L
⋙ varṇaviloḍaka
○viloḍaka m. a plagiarist also of a dictionary L
• a house-breaker L
⋙ varṇaviveka
○viveka m. distinction of sounds, N. of a treatise on the different spelling of nouns
⋙ varṇavṛtta
○vṛtta n. N. of a class of metres regulated by the number of syllables in the half-line (such as the Anushṭubh, Indra-vajrā &c
• cf. mātrā-vṛtta) Col
⋙ varṇavaikṛta
○vaikṛta n. degeneracy of caste Cat
⋙ varṇavyatikrāntā
○vyatikrāntā f. a woman that has transgressed by intercourse with a man of lower caste, Apast
⋙ varṇavyavasthā
○vyavasthā (Siṃhâs.),
⋙ varṇavyavasthiti
○vyavasthiti (Gol.), f. caste-system, institution of caste
⋙ varṇaśāsana
○śāsana n. N. of wk
⋙ varṇaśreṣṭha
○śreṣṭha mfn. belonging to the best of tribes W
• m. a Brahman or member of the highest caste R
⋙ varṇasaṃyoga
○saṃyoga m. 'union of tribe or caste', matrimonial connection or marriage between persons of the same caste MārkP
⋙ varṇasaṃsarga
○saṃsarga m. mixture or confusion of castes, matrimonial connection or marriage with members of other castes Mn. viii, 172. [Page 925, Column 1]
⋙ varṇasaṃhāra
○saṃhāra m. an assemblage or mixture of different castes, an assembly in which all the four tribes are represented Bhar. Daśar. Sāh
⋙ varṇasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. a kind of Saṃhitā (q.v.) Prāt
⋙ varṇasaṃkara
○saṃkara m. mixture or blending of colours MBh
• mixture or confusion of castes through intermarriage Mn. MBh
• (-tā), f. a tribe of different origin, a man descended from a father and mother of different castes W
-jāti-mālā f. N. of wk. on mixed castes
○rika mfn. one who causes confusion of castes by intermarriage MBh
⋙ varṇasaṃghāṭa
○saṃghāṭa or (Pat.),
⋙ varṇasaṃghāta
○saṃghāta (Pat.),
⋙ varṇasamāmnāya
○samāmnāya (VPrāt. &c.), m. 'assemblage or aggregate of letters', the alphabet
⋙ varṇasārabhūtavarṇakrama
○sāra-bhūta-varṇa-krama m. N. of wks
⋙ varṇasthāna
○sthāna n. the place or organ of utterance of any sound or letter (eight in number, as 'the throat' &c
• See under sthāna) Ragh
⋙ varṇahīna
○hīna mfn. deprived of caste, out-caste W
⋙ varṇāgama
varṇâgama m. the addition of a letter to a word MW
⋙ varṇāṅkā
varṇâṅkā f. 'letter-maker', a pen L
⋙ varṇātman
varṇâtman m. 'consisting of sounds or letters', a word L
○tmaka mfn. having articulate sound Tarkas
⋙ varṇādhipa
varṇâdhipa m. 'caste-lord', a planet presiding over a class or caste L
⋙ varṇānuprāsa
varṇânuprāsa m. alliteration, paronomasia Vām
⋙ varṇāntara
varṇântara n. another caste Āpast. (-gamana n. the passing into another caste Gaut.)
• another letter, change of sound Jaim
⋙ varṇāyatva
varṇâyatva n. change of complexion or colour Sāh
⋙ varṇāpasada
varṇâpasada m. one who is excluded from caste, an out-caste W
⋙ varṇāpeta
varṇâpêta mfn. = varṇa-hīna Mn. x, 57
⋙ varṇābhidhāna
varṇâbhidhāna n. N. of a glossary of monosyllables by Nandana Bhaṭṭa
⋙ varṇārha
varṇârha m. a sort of bean, Phaseolus Mungo L
⋙ varṇāvara
varṇâvara mfn. inferior in caste Mālav
⋙ varṇāśrama
varṇâśrama n. caste and order, class and stage of life ( See āśrama) Śak
-guru m. 'chief of caste and order', N. of Śiva L
-dharma m. the duties of caste and order W
• N. of wk. (also ○madīpa, m.)
○śrama-vat or ○śramin mfn. possessed of caste and order BhP
⋙ varṇeśvarī
varṇêśvarī f. N. of a goddess Cat
⋙ varṇodaka
varṇôdaka n. coloured water Ragh
⋙ varṇodaya
varṇôdaya m
⋙ varṇoddhṛti
varḍṇôddhṛti f. N. of wks
⋙ varṇopaniṣad
varṇôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ varnopeta
varnôpêta mfn. having tribe or caste W
≫ varṇaka
varṇaka mf(ikā)n. painting, picturing, representing Rājat
• m. a strolling player or singer L
• a species of plant Suśr
• fragrant ointment L
• N. of a man (pl. his descendants), g. upakâdi
• m. or n. a model or specimen Kathās
• m. n. and (ikā), f. colour for painting, paint, pigment, unguent, anything for smearing on the body AitĀr. ŚāṅkhGṛ. &c. (ifc. f. akā)
• sandal L
• (akā), f. woven cloth L
• (ikā), f. a mask, dress of an actor &c. (-parigraha m. the assumption of a mask or part) Mālatīm
• a pencil or brush for painting or writing L
• kind, description HPariś
• a woman's fragrant ointment L
• (akā or ikā), f. fine gold, purity of gold L
• n. a chapter, section of a book Nyāyam. Sch
• a circle, orb HPariś
• orpiment L
• the red colouring or paint with which bride and bridegroom are marked at weddings, the painting of the bride by the bridegroom and of the bridegroom by the bride L
• (ifc.) a letter or syllable Śrutab
⋙ varṇakacitrita
○citrita mfn. painted with colours or with a brush Śak. (cf. varṇa-c○
⋙ varṇakadaṇḍaka
○daṇḍaka m. or n. 'a stick used in painting and 'a kind of metre' VarBṛS
⋙ varṇakadāru
○dāru n. sandalwood, Harav'
⋙ varṇakamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. composed or consisting of colours, painted, Śantik
≫ varṇakita
varṇakita mfn. (fr. varṇaka), g. tārakâdi
≫ varṇaṭa
varṇaṭa m. N. of a man Rājat
≫ varṇana
varṇana n. and the act of painting, colouring &c
⋙ varṇanā
varṇaḍnā f. the act of painting, colouring &c
• delineation, description, explanation Kāv. Pur. Kathās. &c
• writing MW
• embellishment, decoration ib
• (ā), f. praise, commendation L
≫ varṇanīya
varṇanīya mfn. to be painted or coloured or delineated or described BhP. Sāh. Sarvad. (cf. śoṇita-v○)
≫ varṇayitavya
varṇayitavya mfn. = prec. Śaṃk
≫ varṇasa
varṇasa mfn. (fr. varṇa), g. triṇâdi
≫ varṇāṭa
varṇāṭa m. (only L.) a painter
• a singer
• one who makes his living by his wife
• a lover
≫ varṇi 1
varṇi (gender doubtful), gold Uṇ. iv, 123 Sch
• m. fragrant ointment L
≫ varṇi 2
varṇi in comp. for varṇin
⋙ varṇiliṅgin
○liṅgin m. one wearing the marks of a religious student W
⋙ varṇivadha
○vadha m. killing or occasioning the death of a man belonging to one of the four castes MW
≫ varṇika
varṇika mfn. in aika-v○, q.v
• m. (v. l. for vārṇika) a writer, scribe, secretary L. [Page 925, Column 2]
• (ikā), f. See under varṇaka
≫ varṇita
varṇita mfn. painted, delineated, described, explained MBh. Kāv. &c
• praised, eulogized, extolled W
• spread MBh
⋙ varṇitavat
○vat mfn. one who has painted or described &c. W
≫ varṇin
varṇin mf(iṇī)n. having a partic. colour, coloured AgP
• (ifc.) having the colour or appearance of. R
• belonging to the caste or tribe of ( See jyeṣṭha-v○)
• m. a painter L
• a writer, scribe L
• a person belonging to one of the four castes Yājñ. Kām
• a religious student or Brahnia-cārin (q.v.) Kum. Kathās. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 134)
• a partic. plant (?) MBh. xii, 2652
• pl. N. of a partic. sect Vās., Introd
• (iṇī), f. a woman belonging to one of the higher castes Vāgbh
• any woman or wife L
• turmeric L
≫ varṇila
varṇila mfn. (fr. varṇa), g. picchâdi
≫ varṇībhū
varṇī-√bhū P. -bhavati, to become or be changed into an articulate sound RPrāt
≫ varṇya 1
varṇya mfn. to be (or being) delineated or described or pictured, describable Sāh
⋙ varṇyasama
○sama m. (scil. pratiṣedha) a kind of sophism Nyāyam. Sarvad. Car. (cf. a-varṇya-sama)
≫ varṇya 2
varṇya mfn. relating to or useful for or giving colour Suśr
• n. saffron L
varṇasi m. or f. (?) water Uṇ.iv, 107 Sch
≫ varṇāśā
varṇāśā f. N. of two rivers VP
≫ varṇu
varṇu m. N. of a river and the adjacent district Uṇ. iii, 38 Sch. (cf. vārṇava)
• the sun L
varta m. (fr. √vṛt) subsistence, livelihood L. (mostly ifc
• See andhaka-, kalya-, bahu-, brahma-v○)
• the -urethra, Ksuś. Sch. (vḷ. for 1. varti)
⋙ vartajanman
○janman m. a cloud L
⋙ vartatīkṣṇa
○tīkṣṇa or n. a sort of brass or steel L
⋙ vartaloha
○loha n. a sort of brass or steel L
≫ vartaka
vartaka mfn. who or what abides or exists, abiding, existing, living W
• (ifc.) given up or devoted or attached to (cf. guru-v○) R
• m. a quail Car
• a horse's hoof. L
• (ā), f. a quail L
• (vártikā), f. ( See also s.v.) id. RV. MBh. Suśr. (here of a different kind fr. the m.)
• (ī), f. id. L
• n. a sort of brass or steel L. [Cf. Gk. ?, [925, 2] ?.]
≫ vartana
vartana mfn. (also fr. Caus.) abiding, staying &c. (= vartiṣṇu) L
• setting in motion, quickening, causing to live or be (also applied to Vishṇu) Hariv. BhP
• m. a dwarf. L
• (ā), f. See under n
• (ī), f. staying, abiding, living, life L
• a way, road, path (= vartaní) HPariś
• 'grinding' or 'despatching' (= peṣaṇa or préṣaṇa) L
• a spindle or distaff, Lali
• n. the act of turning or rolling or rolling on or moving forward or about (trans. and intrans.) Nir. KātyŚr. BhP. Car. &c. (also ā, f. Harav.)
• twisting (a rope) L
• staying, abiding in (loc.) Uttarar
• living on (instr.), livelihood, subsistence, occupation, earnings, wages Kāv. Rājat. Kathās. Hit
• commerce, intercourse with (saha) Kām
• proceeding, conduct, behaviour Sāh
• (ifc.) application of. Kir
• a distaff or spindle L
• a globe or ball L
• an often told word L
• a place where a horse rolls L
• decoction L
⋙ vartanadāna
○dāna n. the gift of means of subsistence or wages W
⋙ vartanaviniyoga
○viniyoga m. appointment of means of subsistence, salary, wages ib
⋙ vartanābhāva
vartanâbhāva m. want of means of sṭsubsistence, destitution ib
⋙ vartanārthin
vartanârthin mfn. seeking an occupation Hit
≫ vartani
vartaní f. the circumference or felloe of a wheel RV. Br
• the track of a wheel, rut, path, way, course ib. AV. ChUp
• the course of rivers RV. TS
• the eyelashes ŚBr. (cf. vartman)
• the eastern country L
• = stotra g. uñchâdi
≫ vartanin
vartanin See eka-, ubhaya- and sahasra-v○
≫ vartanīya
vartanīya mfn. to be stayed or dwelt in
• n. (impers.) it should be applied or attended to (loc.) Vcar
≫ vartamāna
vartamāna mfn. turning, moving, existing, living, abiding &c
• present KātyŚr
• (ā), f. the terminations of the present tense Kāt
• n. presence, the present time Kāv. BhP
• (in gram.) the present tense
⋙ vartamānakavi
○kavi m. a living poet Mālav
⋙ vartamānakāla
○kāla m. the present time (-tā f.) Kāś. VP
⋙ vartamānatā
○tā f
⋙ vartamānatva
○tva n. the being Present, the condition of present time Śaṃk. Sarvad
• the dwelling or abiding in (with loc.) TPrāt
⋙ vartamānavat
○vat ind. like the present time Pāṇ. 3-3, 31
⋙ vartamānākṣepa
vartamā́nâkṣepa mḍenying or not agreeing with any present event or circumstances Kāvyâd
≫ vartayadhyai
vartayádhyai See under √vṛt
≫ varti 1
varti (or
⋙ vartī
varḍtī) f. anything rolled or wrapped round, a pad, a kind of bandage bound round a wound Suśr
• any cosmetic prepared from various substances (used as a remedy in the form of a paste or pill) ib. [Page 925, Column 3]
• ointment, unguent, collyrium Uttarar. Kathās
• a suppository ib
• the wick of a lamp MBh. VarBṛS. Kathās
• a magical wick Pañcat
• a limp L
• the projecting threads or unwoven ends of woven cloth, a kind of fringe L
• a projecting rim or protuberance round a vessel KātyŚr
• a swelling or poly. pus in the throat Suśr
• a swelling or protuberance formed by internal rupture ib. (cf. mūtra-v○)
• a surgical instrument, bougie L
• a streak, line ( See dhūma-v○
≫ varti 2
varti in comp. for vartin
⋙ vartitā
○tā f. (ifc.) conduct or behaviour towards R
⋙ vartitva
○tva n. (ifc.) treatment as of Kām
≫ vartika
vartika m.= vartaka, a quail L
≫ vartikā
vartikā f. (fr. 1. varti
under. vartaka) a stalk MBh
• the wick of a lamp KālP. (cf. yoga-v○)
• a paint-brush Śak. (cf. citra-v○)
• colour, paint ib. (prob. wṛ. for varṇikā)
• Odina Pinnata L
≫ vartita
vartita mfn. (fr. Caus.) turned, rounded ( su-v○)
• turned about, rolled (as a wheel) BhP
• caused to be or exist, brought about, accomplished, prepared MBh. Pañcat
• spent, passed (as time or life) MBh. BhP
⋙ vartitajanman
○janman mfn. one in whom existence has been brought about, begotten, procreated BhP
⋙ vartitavat
○vat mfn. one who has passed or spent (time) MBh
≫ vartitavya
vartitavya mfn. to be dwelt or stayed in BhP
• to be carried out or practised or observed R
• to be treated or dealt with MBh
• n. (impers.) it should be abided or remained in (loc
• with asmad-vaśe, 'in obedience to us' - 'we ought to be obeyed') BhP. Kathās. Pañcat
• it should be applied (by any one) to (loc.) MBh. R
• it should be lived or existed Pañcat
• (with an adv. or instr.) it should be proceeded or behaved towards or dealt in any way with any one (loc., gen., or instr. with saha) MBh. Kāv. &c. (mātṛ-vat = mātar4va, 'as with a mother')
≫ vartin
vartin mfn. abiding, staying, resting, living or situated in (mostly comp.) Kāv. Kathās. &c
• (ifc.) being in any position or condition, engaged in, practising, performing MBh. R. &c
• obeying, executing (an order
• cf. nideśa-v○)
• conducting one's self, behaving, acting Mn. MBh. &c
• (ifc.) behaving properly towards ib. (cf. guru-v○
guru-vat = gurāv iva)
• turning, moving, going MW
• m. the meaning of an affix (= pratyayârtha) Pat
≫ vartira
vartira m. -vartīra L
≫ vartiṣṇu
vartiṣṇu mfn. = vartana or ○tin L
≫ vartiṣyamāṇa
vartiṣyamāṇa mfn. about to be or take place, future Sarvad
≫ vartis
vartís n. circuit, orbit RV
• lodging, abode ib. (= mārga Mahīdh
• = gṛha Sāy.)
≫ vartī
vartī = 1. varti, q.v
⋙ vartīkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti, to make into a paste or pill, &c. SārṅgS
≫ vartīra
vartīra m. a sort of quail or partridge Suśr
≫ vartu 2
vartu See tri-vártu (for 1. vartu See p. 922, col. 1)
≫ vartula
vartula mf(ā)n. round, circular, globular BhP. Vet. Hcat
• m. a kind of pea Madanav
• a ball L
• N. of one of Śiva's attendants L
• (ā), f. a ball at the end of a spindle to assist its rotation, L,
• (ī), f. Scindapsus Officinalis L
• n. a circle Cat
• the bulb of a kind of onion L
⋙ vartulākāra
vartulâkāra or mfn. of circular shape, round Pañcar
⋙ vartulākṛti
vartuḍlâkṛti mfn. of circular shape, round Pañcar
⋙ vartulākṣa
vartulâkṣa m. 'having circular eyes', the brown hawk L
≫ vartulātantra
vartulā-tantra n. N. of a Tantra
≫ vartuli
vartuli (gender doubtful), a kind of bean Buddh
≫ varttavya
varttavya n. (impers.) it should be acted or behaved R
≫ vartma
vartma in comp. for vartman
⋙ vartmakarman
○karman n. the business or science of road-making R
⋙ vartmada
○da m. pl. N. of a school of the Atharva-veda
⋙ vartmapāta
○pāta m. coming into the way Gīt
⋙ vartmapātana
○pātana n. waylaying HPariś
⋙ vartmabandha
○bandha m. a disease which obstructs the movement of the eyelids L
⋙ vartmaroga
○roga m. a disease of the eyelids Suśr
⋙ vartmavibandhaka
○vibandhaka m. =
⋙ vartmabandha
○bandha ib
⋙ vartmaśarkarā
○śarkarā f. hard excrescences on the eyelids ib
⋙ vartmābhihoma
vartmâbhihoma m. a libation poured on the track of a wheel Vait
⋙ vartmāyāsa
vartmâyâsa m. 'road-fatigue', weariness after a journey Cat
⋙ vartmāvabandhaka
vartmâvabandhaka and m. = vartma-bandha Suśr
⋙ vartmāvaroha
vartmâḍvaroha m. = vartma-bandha Suśr
≫ vartman
vártman n. the track or rut of a wheel, path, road, way, course (lit. and fig.) RV. &c. &c. (instr. or loc., ifc. = by way of. along, through, by)
• an edge, border, rim Suśr
• an eyelid (as encircling the eye) AV. ChUp. Suśr
• basis, foundation, RPrat. (cf. dyūta-v○)
≫ vartmani
vartmani f. = vartani L
≫ vartsyat 1
vartsyat mfn. about to be or take place Bhaṭṭ. [Page 926, Column 1]
vartarūka m. (only L.) standing water, a pool
• a crow's nest
• a doorkeeper
• N. of a river
vartṛ vartra, See under √1. vṛ
vartsa (prob.) wṛ. for bārsva (adj. vartsya)
vartsyat 2
vartsyat mfn. (fut. p. of √vṛdh) intending or going to augment, about to increase or grow Pañcat
vardh cl. 10.P. vardhayati (also vardhāpayati
below.), to cut, divide, shear, cut off Dhātup. xxxii, 111
• to fill ib. (in this sense rather Caus. of √vṛdh)
≫ vardha 1
vardha m. (for 2. See below) cutting, dividing W
• n. lead L. (cf. vardhra)
≫ vardhaka
vardhaka mfn. cutting, dividing, cutting off, shearing ( See māṣa- and śmaśru-v○)
• m. a carpenter R
≫ vardhaki
vardhaki m. a carpenter MBh. R. Hariv. VarBṛS. (also ○kin)
⋙ vardhakihasta
○hasta m. a carpenter's measure of 42 inches L
≫ vardhana 1
vardhana n. the act of cutting or cutting off ( nābhi-v○)
• ifc. after a proper N. prob. = 'town' (cf. puṇḍra-v○, and Old Persian vardana)
≫ vardhāpaka 1
vardhāpaka ni. (prob.) one who performs the ceremony of cutting the umbilical cord L. (prob.) the presents distributed at this ceremony L
≫ vardhāpana 1
vardhāpana n. (for 2. See col. 2) the act of cutting the umbilical cord, (or) the ceremony in commemoration of that act Vet. Pur
• (prob.) = vardhāpaka, presents distributed at the ceremony of cutting the umbilical cord L
⋙ vardhāpanaprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of wk
≫ vardhāpanaka 1
vardhāpanaka n. the cutting of the umbilical cord, (or) a ceremony commemorating it Pañcat
≫ vardhita 1
vardhita mfn. cut off L
• carved or fashioned (as timber for a building)
• fabricated, built Vāstuv
• filled, full L
≫ vardhra
várdhra m. 'what is cut out or off (?)', a strap, thong, leather band of any kind AV. ŚBr
• (ī), f. a sinew, leather thong L
• n. id. Śiś
• leather L
• lead L
⋙ vardhrakaṭhina
○kaṭhina n. a strap or band by means of which anything is carried, Kāl. on Pāṇ. 4-4, 72
⋙ vardhravyuta
○vyuta (vá○), mfn. intertwisted with bands or thongs ŚBr
≫ vardhrikā
vardhrikā f. 'strap, thong', a person as supple or flexible as leather Pāṇ. 6-1, 204 Sch. (Kāś. vadhrikā)
vardha 2
várdha mfn. (fr. √vṛdh
• for 1. vardha See above) increasing, augmenting, gladdening ( nandi- and mitra-v○)
• m. the act of increasing, giving increase or prosperity RV
• increase, augmentation W
• Clerodendrum Siphonantus L
⋙ vardhaphala
○phala m. Pongamia Glabra L
⋙ vardhamala
○mala m. N. of a Brāhman Buddh
≫ vardhana 2
várdhana mf(ī)n. increasing, growing, thriving MBh
• (often ifc.) causing to increase, strengthening, granting prosperity RV. &c. &c
• (mostly ifc.) animating, gladdening, exhilarating MBh. R. BhP
• m. a granter of increase, bestower of prosperity ib
• a tooth growing over another tooth Suśr
• (in music) a kind of measure Saṃgīt
• N. of Siva MBh
• of one of Skanda's attendants ib
• of a son of Kṛishṇa and Mitra-vindā BhP
• (ī), f. a broom, brush L
• a water-jar of a partic. shape Pur. Hcat. (cf. vārdhani)
• the act of increasing, increase, growth, prosperity, success MBh. R
• enlarging magnifying, strengthening, promoting KātyŚr. Hit
• a means of strengthening, restorative, comfort RV
• educating, rearing Kathās
⋙ vardhanaśīla
○śīla mfn. having a tendency to increase or grow, increasing, growing MW
⋙ vardhanasūri
○sūri m. N. of a Jaina preceptor W
⋙ vardhanasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a partic. temple or image Rājat
≫ vardhanaka
vardhanaka mf(ikā)n. exhilarating, gladdening ( See cakṣur-vardhanikā)
• (ikā), f. a small vessel in which sacred water is kept Buddh
≫ vardhanīya
vardhanīya mfn. to be increased or strengthened to be made prosperous or happy Inscr. MBh. Hariv
⋙ vardhanīyatā
○tā f
⋙ vardhanīyatva
○tva n. augmentability MW
≫ vardhamāna
vardhamāna mfn. increasing, growing, thriving, prosperous RV. &c. &c
• m. Ricinus Communis (so called sweet citron L. (also ā f.)
• a partic. way of joining the hands Cat
• a partic. attitude in dancing Saṃgīt
• a kind of riddle or charade L. [Page 926, Column 2]
• N. of Vishṇu L
• of a mountain and district (also of its town, now called Bardwān or Burdwān) VarBṛS. Pur
• of a Grāma Rājat
• of various authors and other men Cat
• of the last of the 24 Arhats or Jinas Jain
• of the elephant who supports the eastern quarter L
• (pl.) of a people MārkP
• m. or n. a kind of mystical figure or diagram VarBṛS. Lalit
• a dish or platter of a partic. shape (sometimes used as a lid or cover for water-jars &c.) MBh. Suśr
• a house having no entrance on the south side VarBṛS. MatsyaP
• (ā), f. a species of Gāyatrī metre RPrāt
• N. of the town of Bardwaln Vet
• (ī), f. N. of a Comm. written by Vardhamāna
• n. = vardhamānapura Kathās. Pañcat
• a kind of metre Col
⋙ vardhamānadvāra
○dvāra n. 'gate leading to Vardhamāra', N. of a gate in Hastināpura MBh
⋙ vardhamānapura
○pura n. the town of Bardwān ib. Kathās. Pañcat
-dvāra n. the gate leading to the town of Bardwān MBh
⋙ vardhamānapurīya
○purīya mfn. coming from or born in Vardhamāra-pura Kathās
⋙ vardhamānapūraṇa
○pūraṇa n
⋙ vardhamānaprakriyā
○prakriyā f. and N. of wks
⋙ vardhamānaprayoga
○prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ vardhamānamati
○mati m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh
⋙ vardhamānamiśra
○miśra m. N. of a grammarian L
⋙ vardhamānasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a Jina L
⋙ vardhamanendu
vardhamánêndu m. N. of a Comm. on the Vardhamānī
⋙ vardhamāneśa
vardhamānêśa m. N. of a partic. temple or an image Rājat
≫ vardhamānaka
vardhamānaka m. a dish or saucer of a partic. shape, lid or cover MBh
• a partic. way of joining the hands Cat
• N. of a class of persons following a partic. trade MBh. (Nīlak.)
• of a district or of a people AV. Pariś
• of a serpent-demon Buddh
• of various men Mṛicch. Pañcat
≫ vardhayitṛ
vardhayitṛ mfn. one who causes to grow or increase &c
• m. (ifc.) an educator, rearer of (ī f.) Kathās
≫ vardhāpaka 2
vardhāpaka = kañcuka pāṃsu-cāmara, and pūrṇa-pātra L
• (ikā), f. a nurse HPariś. (cf. prec.)
≫ vardhāpana 2
vardhāpana n. (for 1. See col. 1
• possibly 1. and 2. ought not to be separated) a birthday ceremony, festival on a birthday or any festive occasion L
⋙ vardhāpanaka
vardhāpaḍnaka n. id
• congratulation, congratulatory gift Campak
⋙ vardhāpanika
vardhāpaḍnika mfn. congratulatory, auspicious ib
≫ vardhāya
vardhāya ind. having congratulated Hariv. (v. l. and prob. more correct vardhāpya)
≫ vardhita 2
vardhita mfn. increased, grown, expanded, augmented, strengthened, promoted, gladdened MBh. Kāv. &c
• n. a kind of dish (?) Mn. iii, 224
≫ vardhitavya
vardhitavya mfn. to be increased &c
• n. (impers.) it should be grown or increased Pat
≫ vardhin
vardhin mfn. augmenting, increasing (ifc., always f. inī) MBh. R. &c
≫ vardhiṣṇu
vardhiṣṇu mfn. increasing, growing Śiś
• enlarging, expanding W
≫ vardhma
vardhma (or ○man), m. internal rupture, hernia Car. Bhpr. (cf. antra-vardhman)
⋙ vardhmaroga
○roga m. the above disease ŚārṅgS
⋙ vardhmavṛddhyadhikāra
○vṛddhy-adhikāra m. N. of ch.of wk
vardhi-pathaka m. or n. (?) N. of a district Inscr
várpas n. (prob. connected with rūpa) a pretended or assumed form, phantom RV
• any form or shape, figure, image, aspect ib
• artifice, device, design ib
≫ varpaṇīti
várpa-ṇīti mfn. (fr. varpa = varpas + niti) taking a pretended forn, acting artfully RV
≫ varphas
varphas n. = varpas Uṇ. iv, 200
varpeyu m. N. of a son of Raudrāśva, VP
varph cl. 1. P. varphati, 'to go' or 'to kill' L
varmatī f. N. of a place Pāṇ. 4-3, 94
varman n. (or m. Siddh
• fr. √1. vṛ) 'envelope', defensive armour, a coat of mail RV. &c. &c
• a bulwark, shelter, defence, protection ib. (often at the end of the names of Kshatriyas)
• bark, rind VarBṛS
• N. of partic. preservative formulas and prayers (esp. of the mystic syllable hum) BhP
≫ varma 1
varma in comp. for varman
⋙ varmakaṇṭāka
○kaṇṭâka m. Gardenia Latifolia or Fumaria Parviflora L. (vḷ. karma-k○)
⋙ varmakaśā
○kaśā or f. a species of plant L
⋙ varmakaṣā
○kaṣā f. a species of plant L
⋙ varmamantra
○mantra m. a partic. formula or prayer (cf. under varman) Cat
⋙ varmavat
○vat mfn. having armour or a coat of mail, mailed MBh. [Page 926, Column 3]
• n. an unfortified (?) town MārkP
⋙ varmaśarman
○śarman m. N. of various men Inscr
⋙ varmahara
○hara mfn. wearing armour or mail, being young or of a military age Ragh.: Kathās. (cf. kavaca-h○)
• one who bears arms or despoils another of them W
≫ varma 2
varma (ifc. f. ā) = varman MBh
≫ varmaka
varmaka m. pl. N. of a people MBh
≫ varmaṇa
varmaṇa m. the orange tree L
≫ varmaṇvat
vármaṇ-vat mfn. = varma-vat RV
≫ varmaya
varmaya Nom. P. ○yati, to provide with a coat of mail Śiś
≫ varmāya
varmāya Nom. Ā. ○yate Pāṇ. 4-1, 15 Sch
≫ varmika
varmika mfn. clad in armour, mailed, accoutred, g. vrīhy-ādi
≫ varmita
varmita mfn. id., g. tārakâdi
⋙ varmitaṅga
varmitáṅga mfn. having the body clad in armour R
≫ varmin
varmín mf(iṇī)n. clad in armour, mailed AV. &c. &c
• m. N. of a man Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-1, 158 Vārtt. 2
varmi m. a kind of fish (commonly called vāmi) Suśr
⋙ varmimatsya
○matsya m. the fish Varmi ib
≫ varmuṣa
varmuṣa m. a kind of fish (commonly vāmirūṣa) L
várya mf(ā)n. (fr. √2. vṛ) to be chosen, eligible, to be asked or obtained in marriage Pāṇ. 3-i, 101 Sch
• excellent, eminent, chief, principal, best of (gen. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. the god of love L
• (ā), f. a girl who chooses her husband L
varva m. or n. (prob.) a partic. coin Kām
varvaṭa See barbaṭa
varvaṇā f. (also written barb○) a kind of fly L. (vḷ. carmaṇā)
varvara &c. See barbara
≫ varvaraka
varvaraka m. (more correct barb○) N. of a man Mudr
≫ varvari
varvari m. N. of a man Cat
varvi mfn. voracious, gluttonous (= ghasmara) Uṇ. iv, 53 Sch
varvūra m. Acacia Arabica L
≫ varvurika
⋙ varvūraka
varvūraka See jāla-v○
varśman m. = Zd. bareśman Cat
varṣá mf(ā)n. (fr. √vṛṣ) raining (ifc., e.g. kāma-v○, raining according to one's wish) BhP
• m. and (older) n. (ifc. f. ā) rain, raining, a shower (either 'of rain', or fig. 'of flowers, arrows, dust &c.'
• also applied to seminal effusion) RV. &c. &c
• (pl.) the rains AV. (cf. varṣā f.)
• a cloud L
• a year (commonly applied to age) Br. &c. &c. (ā varṣāt, for a whole year
varṣāt, after a year
varṣeṇa within a year
varṣe every year)
• a day (?) R. vii, 73, 5 (Sch.)
• a division of the earth as separated off by certain mountain ranges (9 such divisions are enumerated, viz. Kuru, Hiraṇmaya, Ramyaka, Ilâvṛita, Hari
• Ketu-mālā, Bhadrâśiva. Kimnara, and Bhārata'
• sometimes the number given is 7) MBh. Pur. (cf. IW. 420)
• India (= bhāratavarṣa and jambu-dviipa) L
• m. N. of a grammarian Kathās
• (ā́), f. See p. 92 7, col. 2
⋙ varṣakara
○kara mfn. making or producing rain L
• m. a cloud MW
• (ī), f. a cricket (this animal chirping in wet weather) L
⋙ varṣakarman
○karman n. the act of raining Nir
⋙ varṣakāma
○kāma mfn. desirous of rain
○mêṣṭi f. an offering made by one desirous of rain GṛŚrS. Nir
⋙ varṣakārī
○kārī f. (accord. to L. = sravat-pāṇipādā) 'a girl with moist hands and feet, unfit for marriage' (but of doubtful meaning) GṛS
⋙ varṣakṛtya
○kṛtya mfn. to be done or completed in a year Cat
• n. N. of various wks
-kaumudi f. -taraṃ-ga m. N. of wks
⋙ varṣaketu
○ketu m. a red-flowering Punar-navā L
• N. of a son of Ketu-mat Hariv
⋙ varṣakośa
○kośa m. (also written -koṣa) a month L
• an astrologer L
⋙ varṣagaṇa
○gaṇa m. a long series of years (pl.) Mn. xii, 54
• N. of a grammarian Cat
⋙ varṣagraṇitapaddhati
○graṇitapaddhati f. N. of wk
⋙ varṣagiri
○giri m. a mountain bounding a VṭVarsha ( -parvata) BhP
⋙ varṣaghna
○ghna mfn. keeping off rain, protecting from rain R
⋙ varṣacaryāvarṇana
○caryāvarṇana n. N. of wk
⋙ varṣaja
○ja mfn. born or produced in the rainy season MW
• coming from rain Sāh
• arisen a year ago, one year old RāmatUp
⋙ varṣatantra
○tantra n. N. of various wks
⋙ varṣatra
○tra n. 'rain-protector', an umbrella R
⋙ varṣatrāṇa
○trāṇa n. id. L
⋙ varṣadaśāprakaraṇa
○daśā-prakaraṇa n
⋙ varṣadaśāphala
○daśā-phala n
⋙ varṣadīdhiti
○dīdhiti f. N. of wks. [Page 927, Column 1]
⋙ varṣadhara
○dhara m. 'rain-holder', a cloud L
• a mountain bounding a Varsha Śatr
• the ruler of a Varsha BhP
• 'withholding generative fluid', a eunuch, attendant on the women's apartments Kāv. Pañcat. &c
⋙ varṣadharṣa
○dharṣa m. a eunuch W
⋙ varṣadhāra
○dhāra m. N. of a serpent demon Buddh
⋙ varṣadhārādhara
○dhārā-dhara mfn. containing torrents of rain, Cān
⋙ varṣanakṣatrasūcaka
○nakṣatrasūcaka m. a weather-prophet and astrologer Nār
⋙ varṣanirṇij
○nirṇij (varṣá-)., mfn. clothed with rain (Mid of the Maruts) RV. ŚāṅkhŚr
⋙ varṣaṃdhara
○ṃ-dhara m. N. of a Ṛishi ĀrshBr. Sch
⋙ varṣapa
○pa or m. the ruler of a Varsha BhP
⋙ varṣapati
○pati m. the ruler of a Varsha BhP
⋙ varṣapada
○pada n. a calendar L
⋙ varṣapaddhati
○paddhati f. N. of various wks
⋙ varṣaparvata
○parvata m. one of the mountainous ranges supposed to separate the Varshas or divisions of the earth from each other (6 in number, viz. Himavat, Hema-kūta, Nishadha, Nīla, Śveta and Śṛiṅgin or Sṛiṅga-vat
• Meru constitutes a 7th, and others are given) L
⋙ varṣapasuprayoga
○pasuprayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ varṣapalkin
○palkin m. Spondias Mangifera L
⋙ varṣapāta
○pāta m. (pl.) fall of rain Mṛicch
⋙ varṣapuruṣa
○puruṣa m. an inhabitant of a Varsha BhP
⋙ varṣapuṣpa
○puṣpa m. N. of a man Saṃskārak
• (á), f. a kind of creeping plant L
⋙ varṣapūga
○pūga m. n. (sg. or pl.) quantity of rain BhP
• a series or succession of years MBh. BhP
⋙ varṣapratibandha
○pratibandha m. stoppage of rain, drought Pāṇ. 3-3, 51
⋙ varṣapradīpa
○pradīpa m. N. of wk
⋙ varṣapraveśa
○praveśa m. the entrance into a new year MW
⋙ varṣaprāvan
○prāvan (varṣá-), mfn. giving plenty of rain TBr. (Sch.)
⋙ varṣapriya
○priya m. 'fond of rain', the Cātaka, Cuculus Melanoleucus L
⋙ varṣaphala
○phala n
⋙ varṣaphalapaddhati
○phaḍla-paddhati f
⋙ varṣaphalarahasya
○phaḍla-rahasya n
⋙ varṣabhāskara
○bhās-kara m. N. of wks
⋙ varṣabhuj
○bhuj m. the ruler of a Varsha BhP
⋙ varṣamanjarī
○manjarī f. N. of wk
⋙ varṣamaryādāgiri
○maryādā-giri m.= -giri, (q.v.) BhP
⋙ varṣamahodaya
○mahôdaya m. N. of wk
⋙ varṣamātra
○mātra n. one year only MW
⋙ varṣamedas
○medas (varṣá-), mfn. thick or plentiful through rain AV. xii, 1, 42 (-medhas AV. Paipp.)
⋙ varṣarātra
○rātra or wṛ. for varṣā-r○ below R
⋙ varṣarātri
○rāḍtri wṛ. for varṣā-r○ below R
⋙ varṣartu
○rtu (for -ṛtu), m. the rainy season MW
-māsa-pakṣā́ho-velā-deśa-pradeśavat mfn. containing a statement of the place and country and time and day and fortnight and month and season and year Yājñ. Sch
-varṇnana n. N. of wk. (prob. the Ṛitu-saṃhāra)
⋙ varṣalambhaka
○lambhaka m. (prob.) = -parvata (q.v.) MBh
⋙ varṣavat
○vat ind. as in rain ŚāṅkhGṛ. iv, 7
⋙ varṣavara
○vara m. a eunuch, one employed in the women's apartments, Kad
⋙ varṣavardhana
○vardhana mfn. causing increase of years Uttarar
• n. increase of years MW
⋙ varṣavardhāpanavidhāna
○vardhāpana-vidhāna n. N. of a section of the Lubdha-jātaka
⋙ varṣavasana
○vasana n. (more correctly varṣā-v○) the dwelling in houses (of the Buddhist monks) during the rainy season Buddh
⋙ varṣavicāra
○vicāra m. N. of wk
⋙ varṣavṛddha
○vṛddha (varṣá-), mfn. grown up in or through rain AV. VS. ŚBr. Kauś
⋙ varṣavṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. 'year-increase', birthday, t
• N. of wk
-prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ varṣaśata
○śata n. a century ChUp. Mn. &c
○tâdhika mfn. more than a century Vet
○tin mfn. 100 years old Hariv
⋙ varṣasahasra
○sahasrá n. 1000 years ŚBr. R
○raka n. id. Hariv
• mfn. living or lasting 1000 years MBh. Pañcar
○raya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to appear like 1000 years Kād
○rika mf(ā)n. lasting: 1000 years MBh
○rin mfn. 1000 years old, becoming 1000 years old MBh
○rīya mfn. id. MBh
⋙ varṣasthāla
○sthāla n. a rainvessel (?) Divyâv
⋙ varṣāṃśa
varṣâṃśa or m. yearportion', a month L
⋙ varṣāṃśaka
varṣâṃḍśaka m. yearportion', a month L
⋙ varṣāṅga
varṣâṅga n. 'year-member', a month L
• (ī), f. Boerhavia Procumbens L
⋙ varṣājya
varṣâjya mfn. 'having ghee for rain' or 'having rain for ghee' AV
⋙ varṣādhipa
varṣâdhipa m. the regent of a year Gaṇit
⋙ varṣāmbu
varṣâmbu n. rain-water
-pra-vaha m. a receptacle or reservoir of rain-water Yājñ
⋙ varṣāmbhaḥpāraṇavrata
varṣâmbhaḥ-pāraṇa-vrata m. 'breaking fast on rain-water', the Cātaka bird L
⋙ varṣāyuta
varṣâyuta n. 10, 000 years MBh
⋙ varṣārdha
varṣârdha m. a half year (āt, after a hṭhalf year) VarBṛS
⋙ varṣārha
varṣârha mfn. sufficient for a year Hcat
⋙ varṣāhika
varṣâhika m. a kind of venomous snake Suśr
⋙ varṣeja
varṣe-ja mfn. = varṣa-ja Pāṇ. 6-3, 16
⋙ varṣeśa
varṣêśa m. the regent of a year L
⋙ varṣaika
varṣâika mfn. yearly, annual W
⋙ varṣopala
varṣôpala m. 'rain-stone', hail VarBṛS
⋙ varṣaugha
varṣâugha m. a torrent, sudden shower of rain Kāv
≫ varṣaka
varṣaka mfn. raining, falling like rain Pāṇ. Siddh
• m. or n. (?) a summer-house Buddh
• (ifc.) = varṣa, a year (e.g. pañca-v○, 5 years old) MBh
≫ varṣaṇa
varṣaṇa mf(ī)n. (mostly ifc.) raining (with astram, a missile causing rain) Hariv. R. BhP. Inscr
• n. raining, causing to rain, pouring out, shedding out gifts upon (comp.) Hariv. VarBṛS. Pañcat. &c
• sprinkling MW. [Page 927, Column 2]
≫ varṣaṇi
varṣaṇi f. (only L.) raining
• abiding
• action
• sacrifice
≫ varṣat
várṣat mfn. raining (varṣati loc. 'while it rains') AV. &c. &c
• m. rain ŚBr
• m. or n. (?) a summer-house MW
≫ varṣayantī
varṣáyantī f. (fr. Caus. of √vṛṣ) causing to rain
• N. of one of the 7 Kṛittikas TS
≫ varṣā
varṣā́ f. rain ŚāṅkhGṛ. VarBṛS
• pl. (exceptionally sg.) the rains, rainy season, monsoon (lastyear into six seasons [see ṛtu], the rains falling in some places during Śrāvaṇa and Bhādra, and in others during Bhādra and Āśvina
• and in others for a longer period) TS. &c. &c
• Medicago Esculenta L. [Cf. Gk. ?, 'rain-drops.']
⋙ varṣākāra
○kāra m. [927, 2] N. of a Brāhman Divyâv
⋙ varṣākāla
○kāla m. the rainy season R. Vās. Hit
○lika mfn. relative to the rainy season R. Sch
○līna mfn. belonging to or produced in the rainy sṭseason MW
⋙ varṣāgama
○"ṣgama (varṣa○), m. beginning of the rainy season VarBṛS
⋙ varṣāghoṣa
○"ṣghoṣa (varṣâgh○), m. 'uttering cries in the rainy season', a large frog L
⋙ varṣācara
○cara mfn. (of obscure meaning) MBh
⋙ varṣādhrita
○dhrita mfn. worn in the rainy season (as a garment) KātyŚr
⋙ varṣānadī
○nadī f. a river which becomes swollen in the rainy season Bhām
⋙ varṣāprabhañjana
○prabhañjana m. rainscattering', a high wind, gale W
⋙ varṣābīja
○bīja n. hail L
⋙ varṣābhava
○bhava m. a red-flowering Boirhavia L
⋙ varṣābhū
○bhū m. 'produced in the rains', a frog L
• an earthworm L
• a lady-bird L
• (ū), f. a female frog L
• Boerhavia Procumbens Suśr
• (vii), f. id. L
• (ū or vii), f. an earth-worm MW
⋙ varṣāmada
○mada m. 'rejoicing in the rains', a peacock L
⋙ varṣārātra
○rātra m. or the rainy season R
⋙ varṣārātri
○rāḍtri f. the rainy season R
⋙ varṣārcis
○"ṣrcis (varṣâr○), m. the planet Mars (as visible in the rainy season) L
⋙ varṣālaṅkāyikā
○laṅkāyikā (?), f. Trigonella Corniculata L
⋙ varṣāvasāna
○"ṣvasāna (varṣâv○), m. (?) or m. the close of the rainy season, autumn L
⋙ varṣāvasāya
○"ṣvaḍsāya m. the close of the rainy season, autumn L
⋙ varṣāvastu
○vastu n. N. of a section in the Vinaya Buddh
⋙ varṣāvāsa
○"ṣvāsa (varṣâv○), m. the residence during the rains Divyâv
⋙ varṣāśarād
○śarâd f. du. the rainy season and autumn ŚBr. (once -śaradáu)
⋙ varṣāśāṭī
○śāṭī f. a garment worn in the rainy season (also ○ṭīcivara
○ṭī-gopaka m. a keeper of such garments)' Buddh
⋙ varṣāsamaya
○samaya m. the rainy season HPariś. Vās. Kathās
⋙ varṣāsuja
varṣāsu-ja mfn. arising or appearing in the rainy season Pāṇ. 6-3, 1 Vārtt. 6 Pat
⋙ varṣāhū
varṣā-hū́ f. Boerhavia Procumbens TS
• a frog VS
⋙ varṣopanāyikā
varṣôpanāyikā f. the first residence in houses during the rainy season (when Buddhist monks suspend their peregrinations) Divyâv
⋙ varṣoṣita
varṣôṣita mfn. one who has spent the rainy season Divyâv
≫ varṣālī
varṣālī ind. with √kṛ, bhū, as g. ūry-ādi
≫ varṣika
varṣika mfn. raining, rainy, relating or belonging to the rains W
• shedding, showering, pouring down ib
• (ifc.) = varṣa, a year (e.g. dvādaśa-v○, 12 years old) ĀśvŚr
• n. Agallochum MW
≫ varṣita
varṣita mfn. fallen like rain VarBṛS
• n. rain Hariv. (vḷ. varṣaṇa
• for ○tā See under varṣin)
≫ varṣitṛ
varṣitṛ mfn. raining, one who makes rain Nir
≫ varṣin
varṣin mfn. raining, discharging like rain, pouring out, showering down, distributing (anything good or evil
• mostly ifc.) ŚāṅkhGṛ. &c. &c. (○ṣitā f.)
• shedding profuse tears Kāv
• (ifc.) attended with a rain of ( See sâśma-v○)
• (ifc.) ḥaving (so many) years (e.g. ṣaṣṭi-v○, 60 years old) MBh
≫ varṣīkā
varṣīkā f. a kind of metre Nidānas
≫ varṣīṇa
varṣīṇa mfn. (ifc.) so many years old Pāṇ. 5-1, 86 &c
≫ varṣīya
varṣīya mfn. (ifc.) id .(e.g. tri-v○, 3 years old) MBh. Pañcar
≫ varṣu
varṣu mfn. 'lasting' or, produced by rain' VS. (Sch.)
≫ varṣuka
várṣuka mf(ā)n. rainy, abounding in rain TS. Br. Bhaṭṭ
• raining, causing to rain, pouring out Śiś. (cf. ratna-v○)
• m. N. of a man
• pl. his descendants, g. yaskâdi
⋙ varṣukābda
varṣukâbda m. a rainy cloud MW
⋙ varṣuhāmbuda
varṣuhâmbuda m. a rain-cloud ib
≫ varṣṭṛ
várṣṭṛ mfn. one who rains TS
≫ varṣya
varṣyá or mf(ā)n. of rain or belonging to rain, rainy RV. VS. TS. &c
⋙ varṣya
várṣya mf(ā)n. of rain or belonging to rain, rainy RV. VS. TS. &c
• to be rained or showered MW
• to be sprinkled ib
• (várṣyā), f. pl. rain-water, Kauś
varṣiman m. (prob. in some of the following senses connected with √vṛ, 'to cover') height, length, width, breadth VS. [Cf. Slav. [vr˘ich˘u] Lith. virṣús.]
≫ varṣiṣṭha
várṣiṣṭha mfn. (accord. to Pāṇ. 6-4, 157 superl. of vṛddha) highest, uppermost, longest, greatest, very great RV. Br. BhP. [Page 927, Column 3]
• oldest, very old L
⋙ varṣiṣṭhakṣatra
○kṣatra (vá○), mfn. having the greatest power or might RV
≫ varṣīyas
várṣīyas mfn. (compar. of vriddha
prec.) higher, upper, longer, greater than (abl.) RV. AV. VS. Br
• better than (abl.) Āpast
• very great, considerable, important BhP
• thriving, prosperous ib
• aged, old Bhadrab
≫ varṣma 1
varṣma m. PārGṛ. i, 3, 8 (varṣmo'smi prob. wṛ. for varṣmâsmi)
• n. body, form, = várṣman MW
≫ varṣma 2
varṣma in comp. for varṣman
⋙ varṣmavat
○vat mfn. having a body MBh
⋙ varṣmavīrya
○vīrya n. vigour of body MW
⋙ varṣmābha
varṣmâbha mfn. resembling the body or form (of anything) MW
≫ varṣman
varṣmán m. height, top RV. AV
• the vertex RV
• n. (várihman) height, top, surface, uttermost part RV. VS. TS. &c
• height, greatness, extent MBh. Hariv. &c
• measure W
• body MBh. Hariv. Yājñ. &c
• a handsome form or auspicious appearance L
• mfn. holding rain W
≫ varṣmala
varṣmala mfn. fr. varṣman g. sidhmâdi
varh See √barh
varha varhiṣṭha, varhis, See barha &c
val (cf. √bal, vall, and vṛ), cl. 1. Ā. (Dhātup. xiv, 20) valate (oftener P. valati
Vam. v, 2, 3
• pf. vavale
• ind. p. valitvā Kāv
• aor. avaliṣṭa
• fut. valitā &c., Gr.), to turn, turn round, turn to (with abhimukham and acc., or loc.) Kāv. Kathās. &c
• to be drawn or attached towards, be attached to (loc.) Nalôd. Gīt
• to move to and fro Hcat
• to go, approach, hasten Mcar. Śiś
• to return i.e. come back or home Uttamac
• to return i.e. depart or go away again ib. HPariś
• to break forth, appear Gīt
• to increase Sāh
• to cover or enclose or to be covered (cf. √1. vṛ) L.: Caus. valayati or vālayati (Dhātup. xix, 58
• aor. aviivalat), to cause to move or turn or roll Śiś. HPariś. Naish. Sch
• to cherish &c. W. (rather bālayati
• See √2 bal): Desid. of Caus. in vivālayiṣu, q.v
≫ vala 1
valá m. 'enclosure', a cave, cavern RV. AV. Br
• a cloud Naigh. i, 10
• a beamor pole KātyŚr. Sch
• N. of a demon (brother of Vṛitra, and conquered by Indra
• in later language called bala, q.v.)
⋙ valaṃruja
○ṃ-rujá mfn. shattering caverns RV
⋙ valakrama
○krama m. N. of a mountain VP
⋙ valaga
○gá n. a partic. charm or spell hidden in a pit or cavern, any secret charm or spell AV. VS
vala-ga-hán mfn. destroying secret charms VS
⋙ valagin
○gín mfn. versed in secret charms AV
⋙ valanāśana
○nāśana bhid,
⋙ valasūdana
○sūdana &c., See under bala
⋙ valarasā
○rasā f. sulphur L
⋙ valavat
○vat mfn. containing the word vala AitBr
≫ vala 2
vala = vali ( See śata-vala)
≫ valaka
valaka (cf. balaka), m. or n. (?) a beam, pole KātyŚr. Sch
• n. a procession Kathās
• m. N. of one of the seven sages under Manu Tāmasa MārkP
≫ valakeśvaratīrtha
valakêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Cat
≫ valana
valana n. (ifc. f. ā) turning, moving round in a circle, waving, undulation, agitation, Kav. Sāh. Rājat
• (also ā f.) deflection (in astron.) Sūryas. VarBṛS
⋙ vālanāṃśa
vâlanâṃśa m. degree of deflection MW
≫ valantikā
valantikā f. a partic. mode of gesticulation Vikr. (v. l. valabhikā)
≫ valabhi
valabhi or (more usual)
⋙ valabhi
valaḍbhi f. (perhaps abbreviated fr. vala-bhid, 'cloud-splitting') the ridge of a roof. top or pinnacle of a house MBh. Kāv. &c
• a turret or temporary building on the roof of a house, upper room L
• N. of a town in Saurāshṭra Daś. (also ○bhi-pura)
⋙ valabhīniveśa
valabhī-niveśa m. an upper room Dharmaś
≫ valaya
valaya m. n. (ifc. f. ā) a bracelet, armlet, ring (worn by men and women on the wrist) MBh. Kāv. &c. (also applied to waves as compared to bracelets)
• a zone, girdle (of a married woman) MW
• a line (of bees) Śiś
• a circle, circumference, round enclosure (ifc. often= 'encircled by') Gol. Kāv. Kathās
• m. a sore throat, inflammation of the larynx Suśr
• a kind of circular military array Kām
• a branch MW
• pl. N. of a people AV.Pariś
• n. N. of certain round bones Bhpr
• multitude, swarm Kād
⋙ valayavat
○vat mfn. See latā-valaya-vat
≫ valayita
valayita mfn. encircled, surrounded, encompassed, enclosed by(instr. or comp.) Kāv. Chandom
• put round (the arm, as a bracelet) Śiś
• forming a circle, curling, whirling round Kād. Mālatīm
≫ valayitṛ
valayitṛ mfn. encircling, surrounding Dharmaś. [Page 928, Column 1]
≫ valayin
valayin mfn. provided with a bracelet BhP
• (ifc.) encircled by, studded with ( See jyotir-lekhā-v○)
≫ valayī
valayī in comp. for valaya
⋙ valayīkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti, fo make into or use as a bracelet Śiś
⋙ valayīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. made into or used as a brṭbracelet
-vāsuki m. 'one who has made the serpent Vāsuki his brṭbracelet', N. of Siva MW
○tâhi mfn. girdled with a serpent as with a brṭbracelet (as Śiva's hand) Kum
⋙ valayībhu
○√bhu P. -bhavati, to become a circle or circular enclosure Kir
≫ valāka
valāka &c. See balāka
≫ vali
vali (cf. bali and valī), f. (once m.) a fold of the skin, wrinkle MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. tri-v○)
• a line or stroke made with fragrant unguents on the person L
• the edge of a roof. VP
• sulphur L
• a partic. musical instrument L
⋙ valimat
○mat mfn. wrinkled shrivelled BhP
⋙ valimukha
○mukha m. 'having a wrinkled face', a monkey L
≫ valika
valika m. n. the edge of a thatched roof. W
≫ valita
valita mfn. bent round, turned (n. impers.) Kāv
• turned back again Uttamac
• broken forth, appeared Gīt
• (ifc.) surrounded or accompanied by, connected with Ṛitus. Pañcar
• wrinkled MW
• m. a partic. position of the hands in dancing Cat
• n. black pepper L
⋙ valitakaṃdhara
○kaṃdhara mfn. having the neck bent Mālatīm
⋙ valitagrīva
○grīva mfn. id. Kathās
⋙ valitadṛś
○dṛś mfn. having the eyes turned towards Kathās
⋙ valitānana
valitânana mfn. having the face turned ib
⋙ valitāpāṅga
valitâpâṅga mf(ī)n. having the (corners of the) eyes turned or directed towards anything ib
≫ valitaka
valitaka m. a kind of ornament Buddh
≫ valina
valina mfn. shrivelled, wrinkled, flaccid ŚāṅkhŚr
≫ valibha
valibha mfn. id. Śiś. (cf. Pāṇ. 5-2, 139)
≫ valira
valira mfn. squint-eyed, squinting L
≫ valī
valī f. = vali, a fold, wrinkle MBh. Kāv. &c
• a wave L
⋙ valīpalita
○palita n. wrinkles and grey hair Mn. vi, 2
⋙ valībhṛt
○bhṛt mfn. curled, having curls (as hair) R. (B.)
⋙ valīmat
○mat mfn. curled Ragh
⋙ valīmukha
○mukha m. = vali-m○ R
• N. of a monkey Kathās
• n. the sixth change which takes place in warm milk when mixed with Takra L
-mukh m. pl. N. of a people, Pracaṇḍ
⋙ valīvadana
○vadana m. a monkey Mālatīm
≫ valīka
valīka ifc. = valī (cf. tri-valīka)
• n. a projecting thatch Kauś. Gaut
• reed, sedge (used for a torch) Kauś
≫ valīnaka
valīnaka m. Pandanus Odoratissimus L
≫ valūka
valūka mfn. (Uṇ. iv, 40) red or black PañcavBr. ŚrS. (Sch.)
• m. a bird L
• m. n. the √ofa lotus L
≫ valūla
valūla See balūla, p. 723, col. 2
valakṣa &c. See balakṣa
va-lagna mṇ.= ava-lagna, the waist, middle L
va-lamba m.= ava-lamba, a perpendicular W
valambha m. or n. (?) N. of a country Cat
valāka &c. See balāka
valāṭa m. Phaseolus Mungo L
valāsaka m. (prob. for ava-l○) the koī0l or Indian cuckoo W
• a frog L
valāhaka See balāhaka
valivaṇḍa m. N. of a king Cat
valiśa ○śi, ○śi See balisa
valiśāná m. a cloud Naigh. i, 10
valk cl. 10. P. valkayati, to. speak Dhātup. xxxii, 35
≫ valka 1
valka m. (for 2. See below) = vakṭri, a speaker Saṃk. on BṛĀṛUp. (in explaining yajñavalka)
valka 2
valka m. n. (prob. connected with √ 'to cover'
• for 1. See above) 'covering', the bark of a tree TS. &c. &c
• n. the scales of a fish L
⋙ valkaja
○ja m. pl. N. of a people VP
⋙ valkataru
○taru m. the Areca palm, Areca Catechu L
⋙ valkadruma
○druma m. Betula Bhojpatra L
⋙ valkapattra
○pattra m. Phoenix Paludosa L
⋙ valkaphala
○phala m. the pomegranate tree L
⋙ valkarodhra
○rodhra or m. a kind of Lodhra tree L
⋙ valkalodhra
○lodhra m. a kind of Lodhra tree L
⋙ valkavat
○vat mfn. having bark or scales W. m. a fish L
⋙ valkavāsas
○vāsas n. clothing made of bark Ragh. Kir
≫ valkala
valkala m. n. (ifc. f. ā) the bark of a tree, a garment made of bark (worn by ascetics &c.) Yājñ. MBh. &c
• m. = valka-rodhra L
• N. of a Daitya BhP. (prob. wṛ. for balvala)
• pl. N. of a school of the Bahv-ṛicas (cf. bāṣkala) Divyâv. [Page 928, Column 2]
• (ā), f. = śilāvalka, a medicinal substance said to be of cooling and lithonthryptic properties Suśr
• n. the bark of Cassia L
⋙ valkalakṣetra
○kṣetra n. N. of a sacred district
māhātmya n. N. of wk
⋙ valkalacīrin
○cīrin m. N. of a man HPariś
⋙ valkalavat
○vat mfn. clad in bark Ragh
⋙ valkalasaṃvīta
○saṃvīta mfn. clothed in a bark dress MW
⋙ valkalājinadhāraṇa
valkalâjina-dhāraṇa n. the wearing of clothes of bark and deer-skin R
⋙ valkālajinavāsas
valkâlajina-vāsas mfn. clad in bark and deer-skin R
⋙ valkalājinasaṃvṛta
valkalâjina-saṃvṛta mfn. id. MW
≫ valkalin
valkalin mfn. yielding bark (as a branch) Bhartṛ
• clothed in a bark-dress MBh. Ragh
≫ valkita
valkita m. a thorn L
≫ valkuta
valkuta n. bark, rind L
valkala &c. See col. 1
valg cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. v, 35) válgati (m.e. also ○te pf. vavaíga MBh
• aor. avalgīt Gr
• fut. valgitā, ○giṣyati ib.), to spring, bound, leap, dance (also of inanimate objects) VS. &c. &c
• to sound Pañcat.i, 71 (vḷ.)
• (Ā.) to take food, eat, Śī. xiv, 29 (vavāgire vḷ. vavalihire)
≫ valgaka
valgaka m. a jumper, dancer Mālav
≫ valgana
valgana n. bounding, jumping, galloping Ragh
≫ valgā
valgā f. a bridle, rein Mṛicch. Rājat
• N. of a woman Rājat
⋙ valgāṅka
○"ṣṅka (valgâṅka), mfn. holding a bridle MW
⋙ valgāmaṭha
○maṭha m. the college founded by Valgā Rājat
≫ valgita
valgita mfn. leaped, jumped. gone by bounds or leaps (n. impers.) Hariv. VarBṛS
• fluttering, moving to and fro Kāvyâd. BhP
• sounding well Hariv
• n. a bound, jump, spring, gallop of a horse MBh. R
• motion, gesture Bhar
• leaping for joy MBh. Śiś
• shaking, fluttering BhP
⋙ valgitakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha mfn. uttering a pleasant sound (in the throat) BhP
⋙ valgitabhrū
○bhrū mfn. moving the eyebrows playfully Kāvyâd
≫ valgu
valgú mfn. (Uṇ. i, 20) handsome, beautiful, lovely, attractive (ú ind. beautifully) RV. &c. &c
• m. a goat L
• N. of one of the four tutelary deities of the Bodhi tree Lalit
• (prob.) N. of a place, g. varaṇâdi
• n. an eyelash L. ja, m. or
⋙ valgujā
○jā f. = avalguja L
⋙ valgujaṅgha
○jaṅgha m. 'handsome-legged', N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh
⋙ valgudantīsuta
○dantī-suta m. metron. of Indra Sch. on Kām
⋙ valgunāda
○nāda mfn. singing sweetly (said of a bird) R
⋙ valgupattra
○pattra m. Phaselus Trilobus L
⋙ valgupodakī
○podakī Amaranthus Polygamus or Oleraceus L
≫ valguka
valguka mfn. = valgu, handsome, beautiful L
• m. a kind of tree Pañcar
• n. (only L.) sandal
• a wood
• price (= paṇa)
≫ valgula
valgula m. the flying fox W
• (ā) f. a species of night-bird L
• (ī), f. id. or a kind of bat VarBṛS. Suśr
≫ valgulikā
valgulikā f. a box, chest Kathās
• = valgulī Nalac
≫ valgūya
valgūya Nom. P. ○yáti, to treat kindly RV. iv, 50, 7
• to exult Bhaṭṭ
valbh cl. 1. Ā. to take food, eat Dhātup. x, 31 (cf. √valg)
≫ valbhana
valbhana n. the act of eating L
• food W
≫ valbhita
valbhita mfn. eaten W
valmī f. (cf. vamra and vamrī for varmi
• often wṛ. for vallī) an ant
⋙ valmīkalpa
○kalpa m. N. of the 11th day in the dark half of Brahmā's month L. (cf. under kalpa)
⋙ valmīkūṭa
○kūṭa n. an ant-hill (cf. vamrī-kūṭa) L
≫ valmika
valmika or m. n. an ant-hill L
⋙ ki
ki m. n. an ant-hill L
≫ valmīka
valmīka m. and n. (g. ardharcâdi) an ant-hill, mole-hill, a hillock or ground thrown up by white ants or by moles (cf. vamrī-kūṭa) &c. VS. &c. &c
• swelling of the neck or of the chest and other parts of the body, elephantiasis Suśr
• m. = sâtapo meghaḥ or = sūryaḥ Megh. Sch
• N. of the father of Vāllmīki BhP
• the poet Vālmiki L
• n. N. of a place, Kathās
⋙ valmīkajanman
○janman and m. patr. of Vālmīki Kāv
⋙ valmīkabhava
○bhava m. patr. of Vālmīki Kāv
⋙ valmīkabhauma
○bhauma n. an ant-hill, ṢadvBr
⋙ valmīkamātra
○mātra mfn. having the size of an ant-hill MW
⋙ valmīkarāśi
○rāśi m. (Kauś.),
⋙ valmīkavapā
○vapā́ f. (TS.) an ant-hill
⋙ valmīkaśīrṣa
○śīrṣa n. antimony L
⋙ valmīkaśṛṅga
○śṛṅga n. (the top of) an ant-hill
-vat ind. like an ant-hill, Kālśkh
⋙ valmīkasambhavā
○sambhavā f. a kind of cucumber L
⋙ valmīkāgra
valmīkâgra n. N. of a peak of Rāma-giri Megh
valyula or ○yūla Nom. P. ○layati = palyula Dhātup. xxxv, 29 Vop
vall (prob. artificial
√.val and vell), cl. 1. P. vallate', to be covered' or 'to go' Dhātup. xiv, 21. [Page 928, Column 3]
≫ valla
valla m. a kind of wheat VarBṛS. Śaṃk
• a partic. weight (3 or 2 or 1 1/2 Guñjas) ŚārṅgS. Līl
• covering W
• winnowing corn ib
• prohibiting ib
⋙ vallakarañja
○karañja m. Pongamia Glabra L
⋙ vallabrahmasūtrabhāṣya
○brahmasūtra-bhāṣya (?), n
⋙ vallamāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of wks
≫ vallaka
vallaka m. a sea-monster Divyâv. (cf. vallabhaka)
≫ vallakī
vallakī f. a kind of lute (often mentioned with the Vīṇā) MBh. Kāv. &c. (also ○ki)
• N. of a partic. configuration of the stars caused by the position of the planets in seven houses VarBṛS
• Boswellia Thurifera L
≫ vallana
vallana m. N. of a poet Cat
≫ vallabha
vallabha mf(ā)n. (Uṇ. iii, 125) beloved above all, desired, dear to (gen., loc., or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• dearer than (abl.) Pañcat. iv, 28
• supreme, superintending L
• a favourite, friend, lover, husband Kāv. Kathās. &c
• a cowherd L. (prob. wṛ. for ballava)
• a horse (esp. one with good marks or a favourite horse) L
• a kind of Agallochum Gal
• N. of a son of Balākâśva MBh
• of the founder of a Vaishṇava sect = vallabhâcārya, q.v.)
• of a grammarian and various other writers and teachers (also with gaṇaka and nyāyâcārya) Cat
• (ā), f. a beloved female, wife, mistress R. Kālid
• N. of two plants (= ativiṣa and priyaṅgu) L
• (ī), f. N. of a city in Gujarāt (the capital of a line of kings)
⋙ vallabhagaṇi
○gaṇi m. N. of a lexicographer Cat
⋙ vallabhajana
○jana m. a beloved person, mistress Ragh
⋙ vallabhajī
○jī m. N. of various authors (also = vallabhâcārya) Cat
⋙ vallabhatama
○tama mfn. most beloved, dearest Bhartṛ
⋙ vallabhatara
○tara mfn. more or most beloved Caurap. (-tā f. Kād.)
⋙ vallabhatā
○tā f. (MBh. &c.),
⋙ vallabhatva
○tva n. (Mālav.) the being beloved or a favourite, love, favouriteship, popularity with (gen., loc., or comp.)
⋙ vallabhadāsa
○dāsa m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vallabhadīkṣita
○dīkṣita m. N. of a teacher (= vallabhâsārya) Cat
⋙ vallabhadeva
○deva m. N. of a poet and others (esp. of the compiler of the Subhāshitâvali, 16th cent.)
⋙ vallabhanṛsiṃha
○nṛsiṃha m. N. of a man Cat
⋙ vallabhapāla
○pāla (Śiś.) or (L.), m. a horse-keeper, groom
⋙ vallabhapālaka
○pālaka (L.), m. a horse-keeper, groom
⋙ vallabhapura
○pura n. N. of a town and of a village, Kshitîś
⋙ vallabharājadeva
○rājadeva (Inscr.),
⋙ vallabhaśakti
○śakti (Kathās.), m. N. of kings
⋙ vallabhasiddhāntaṭīkā
○siddhânta-ṭīkā f. N. of wk. on Bhakti
⋙ vallabhasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a teacher Cat
⋙ vallabbākhyāna
vallabbâkhyāna n. N. of wk. in Prākṛit (by Gopāla-dāsa)
⋙ vallabhācārya
vallabhâcārya m. N. of a celebrated Vaishṇava teacher (successor of a less celebrated teacher Vishṇusvāmin
• he was born, it is said, in the forest of Campâraṇya in 1479
• at an early age he travelling to propagate his doctrines, and at the court of Kṛishṇadeva, king of Vijaya-nagara, succeeded so well in his controversies with the Śaivas that the Vaishṇavas chose him as their chief
• he then went to other parts of India, and finally settled down at Benares, where he composed seventeen works, the most important of which were a commentary on the Vedânta and Mīmāṃsā Sūtras and another on the Bhāgavata. Purāṇa, on which last the sect rest their doctrines
• he left behind eighty-four disciples, of each of whom some story is told, and these stories are often repeated on festive occasions. He taught a non-ascetical view of religion and deprecated all self-mortification as dishonouring the body which contained a portion of the supreme Spirit. His followers in Bombay and Gujarat, and their leaders, are called Mahā-rājas
• they are called the epicureans of India) RTL. 134-137
-vaṃśâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ vallabhānanda
vallabhânanda m. N. of a grammarian Cat
⋙ vallabhāṣṭaka
vallabhâṣṭaka n. N. of a Stotra (by Viṭṭhala-dīkshita)
-vivṛti f. N. of Comm. on it
⋙ vallabhendra
vallabhêndra m. N. of two authors Cat
⋙ vallābheśvara
vallâbhêśvara m. N. of a king Piṅg. Sch
≫ vallabhaka
vallabhaka m. a sea-monster Divyâv. (cf. vallaka)
≫ vallabhāyita
vallabhāyita n. a kind of coitus MW. (cf. puruṣāyiśa)
≫ vallara
vallára n. = vallura L
≫ vallari
vallari or f. a creeper, any climbing or creeping plant (also fig. applied to curled hair) Kāv. VarBṛS. &c
⋙ vallarī
vallarī f. a creeper, any climbing or creeping plant (also fig. applied to curled hair) Kāv. VarBṛS. &c
• a branching foot-stalk, compound pedicle L
• Trigonella Foenum Graecum Bhpr
• a kind of metre Col
• (only ○rī) a partic. musical instrument Divyâv
≫ vallarīka
vallarīka (ifc.) = vallarī, a creeping plant Bālar
• (ā), f. thin hair L
≫ vallava
vallava See ballava
≫ vallāpura
vállā-pura n. N. of a town Rājat
≫ vallāra
vallāra m. the son of a Nishṭya and Kirātikā L
• (ī), f. (in music) a partic. Ragiṇī Saṃgīt
≫ valli
valli f. the earth L. (mostly m. c. and in comp. for vallī). [Page 929, Column 1]
⋙ vallikaṇṭakārikā
○kaṇṭa-kārikā f. Jasminum Jacquini L
⋙ vallija
○ja m. a species of plant with poisonous blossoms Suśr. ('pepper' or 'tabāshīr' L
• cf. vallī-ja)
⋙ vallidūrvā
○dūrvā f. a kind of Dūrvā grass L
⋙ vallimat
○mat mfn. (ifc.) having anything (as locks, eyebrows &c.) resembling a creeper Gīt
⋙ vallirāṣṭra
○rāṣṭra m. pl. N. of a people VP. (v. l. for malla-r○)
⋙ valliśākaṭapotikā
○śākaṭa-potikā f. a kind of plant L
⋙ valliśāstrin
○śāstrin m. N. of a poet Cat
⋙ vallisūraṇa
○sūraṇa m. a species of creeper L
≫ vallikā
vallikā f. dimin. fr. valli (mostly ifc. cf. aṅghri-vallikā &c.)
⋙ vallikāgra
vallikâgra n. coral L
≫ vallikī
vallikī f. a partic. musical instrument Divyâv
≫ vallinī
vallinī f= valli-dūrvā L
≫ vallī
vallī (or valli, q.v.), f. a creeper, creeping plant (often fig. applied to arms, eyebrows, lightning &c.) Mn. MBh. &c
• a class cf medicinal plants (= vidārī, sārivā, rajanī, and guḍucī) Suśr
• N. of various other plants (esp. = aja-modā, kaivartikā, and cavya) L
• (only ī) N. of the sections of partic. Upanishads(e.g. of the Kaṭha)
• = phala-vallī (q.v.) Āryabh. Sch
⋙ vallīkarṇa
○karṇa m. a partic. deformity of the ear Suśr
⋙ vallīgaḍa
○gaḍa m. a kind of fish (commonly called bholā or bālikaḍā) MW
⋙ vallīja
○ja m. N. of a class of plants (accord. to L., 'pepper') VarBṛS
⋙ vallīpada
○pada n. a kind of cloth with various markings or patterns L
⋙ vallībadarī
○badarī f. a species of jujube L
⋙ vallīmudga
○mudga m. Phaseolus Aconitifolius L
⋙ vallīvṛkṣa
○vṛkṣa m. Ṣorea Robusta L
≫ vallura
vallura n. (only L.) an arbour, bower
• a field
• a thicket or wilderness
• a place destitute of water
• a cluster of blossoms
• a compound pedicle
≫ vallūra
vallūra n. (L. also m. and ā f.) dried flesh Mn. Yājñ. Suśr
• hog's flesh L
• m. (only L.) an uncultivated field
• a desert
• a thicket
• = nakṣatra, white water
≫ vallūraka
vallūraka m. a partic. deformity of the ear Suśr
≫ vallyā
vallyā f. Eniblic Myrobalan L
valva See balva
valvaja &c. See balbaja
válśa m. (also written bálśa) a shoot, branch, twig RV. AV. BhP
valh (also written balh
√.barh), cl. 1. Ā. valhate to be excellent Dhātup. xvi, 38
• to speak
• to kill
• to hurt
• 'to give' or 'to cover' (dāna vḷ. chādana) ib. 40
• cl. 10.P. valhayati, 'to speak' or' to shine' (bhāchârthe, or bhāsârthe) Dhātup. xxxiii, 97
valhi valhika, See balhi
vava See bava
vavāṅga wṛ. for varâṅga L
vavūla m. Acacia Arabica Madanav. (ef. vavvola)
vavrá mfn. (fr. √1. vṛ) hiding or concealing one's self. RV
• m. 'hiding-place', a cavern, hole, cave ib
≫ vavraya
vavráya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to retire or shrink from, keep aloof RV. viii, 40, 2
≫ vavri
vavrí m. a lurking-place RV
• a cover, vesture ib
• the body ib
• N. of the supposed author of RV. v, 9 Anukr
⋙ vavrivāsas
○vāsas (vavrí-), mfn. (prob.) dwelling in the body AV
vavvola m. Acacia Arabica L. (cf. vavūla)
vaś cl. 2. P. (Dhātup. xxiv, 71) váṣṭi, (1. pl. uśmási, or śmasi RV
• 3. pl. uśánti ib
• p. uśát, uśāná and uśámāna ib
• cl. 1. váśati and cl. 3. vivaṣṭi [also vaváṣṭi], 2. sg. vavákṣi ib
• pf. vāvaśúḥ, ○śe
• p. ○śāná ib
uvāśa, ūśuḥ Gr
• aor. [av˘AzIt] ib
• 2. sg. vaśīh MBh. Prec. uśyāt Gr
• fut. vaśitā, ○śiṣyati ib.), to will, command (p. uśámāna', having at command') RV. AV
• to desire, wish, long for, be fond of, like (also with inf.) RV. &c. &c. (p. uśát and uśāná, 'willing, glad, eager, zealous, obedient'
• the former with superl. uśat-tama, also = charming, lovely BhP. [accordṭo Sch. also = śuddha, dedīpyamāna, and sv-arcita])
• to aver, maintain, affirm, declare for (two acc.) MaitrUp. VarBṛS. BhP.: Caus. vāśayati (aor. aviivaśat), to cause to desire &c
• to get in one's power, subject Cat.: Desid. vivaśiṣati Gr. Intens. vāvaśyate, vāvaśīti, or vāvaṣṭi ib
• p. vāvaśāná, 'willing, eager' RV. [Cf. Gk. ?, for ?, 'willing.'] [page 929, 2] [Page 929, Column 1]
≫ vaśa 1
váśa m. will, wish, desire RV. &c. &c. (also pl. váśān ánu or ánu váśa, 'according to wish or will, at pleasure')
• authority, power, control, dominion (in AV. personified) ib. (acc. with verbs of going, e.g. with √i, anu-√i, √gam, ā-√gam, √ya, ā-√pad, ā-√sthā &c., 'to fall into a person's gen. power, become subject or give way to'
• acc. with √, ā-√nī and pra-√yuj, or loc. with √kṛ, √labh or Caus. of √sthā or saṃ-√sthā, 'to reduce to subjection, subdue'
• loc. with √bhū, √vṛt, √sthā and saṃ-√sthā, 'to be in a person's gen. power'
vaśena, ○śāt, and ○śa-taḥ, with gen. or ifc., 'by command of, by force of, on account of, by means of, according to')
• birth, origin L
• a brothel L. (cf. veśa)
• Carissa Carandas L
• the son of a Vaiśya and a Karaṇī L
• N. of a Ṛishi preserved by the Aśvins RV
• (with aśvya) of the supposed author of RV. viii, 46 (in ŚBr. &c. also of this hymn itself)
• = vālmīki Gal
• pl. N. of a people AitBr. MBh
• (ā), f. See below
• mf(ā)n. willing, submissive, obedient, subject to or dependent on (gen.) Kathās. BhP. Pañcat
• docile L
• free, licentious L
⋙ vaśaṃvada
○ṃ-vada mfn. (mostly ifc.) submissive to the will of another, obedient, compliant, devoted or addicted to, actuated or transported or overcome with (svécchā-v○, dependent on one's own will) Kāv. Sāh. &c
-tva n. submission to the will of another, complaisance Ragh
○dita mfn. made compliant, fascinated Bhām
⋙ vaśakara
○kara mf(ī)n. subjugating, winning MBh. Hit
⋙ vaśakāraka
○kāraka mfn. leading to subjection Pañcat
⋙ vaśakriyā
○kriyā f. the act of subduing or bewitching (esp. by charms, incantations, drugs, gems) L
• the charms &c. so used MW
⋙ vaśaga
○ga mf(ā)n. being in the power of. subject, obedient, dependent on (gen. or comp.) MBh. &c. &c
• (ifc.) subjugating Pañcar
• (ā), f. an obedient wife MW
-tva n. (ifc.) dependence on BhP
⋙ vaśagata
○gata mfn. subject to the will (of an. other), being in the power of. obedient (ifc.) Pañcat. VarBṛS. BhP
⋙ vaśagamana
○gamana n. the coming into the power (of another) Nir
⋙ vaśagāmin
○gāmin mfn. coming into the power (of another), becoming subject or obedient MārkP
⋙ vaśaṃkara
○ṃ-kara mfn. (ifc.) subjugating Pañcar
⋙ vaśaṃkṛta
○ṃ-kṛta mfn. brought into subjection R
⋙ vaśaṃgata
○ṃ-gata mfn. = vaśa-gata above MW
⋙ vaśaṃgama
○ṃ-gama mfn. subjected, influenced (said of partic. Saṃdhis) RPrāt
• m. du. N. of a partic. text Gobh
⋙ vaśatas
○tas ind. (ifc.) in consequence of, on accūnt of, through the influence of Bhartṛ. Gol
⋙ vaśatā
○tā f. subjection, the being under control of, dependence on (gen. or comp.) MBh. Cat
• the having power over (loc.) Kāv. (vḷ.)
⋙ vaśatva
○tva n. (ifc.) the being under the control of VarBṛS
⋙ vaśanī
○nī́ mfn. performing the will (of another), subject, vessal of (with gen.) RV. x, 16, 2
⋙ vaśavartin
○vartin mfn. being under the control of. acting obediently to the will of, obsequious, subject (with gen. or comp.). MBh. R. &c
• (ifc.) having power over, ruling Lalit
• having power over all, too powerful ib
• m. N. of Vishṇu Vishṇ
• of a Brāhmin or Mahā-BrṭBrāhmin Lalit
• sg. (scil. gaṇa) or pl. a partic. class of gods in the third Manv-antara VP
⋙ vaśastha
○stha mfn. being under the control (of another) MBh
⋙ vaśāgata
vaśâgata mfn. gone or lying along (a road
• See mārga-v○)
⋙ vaśāḍhyaka
vaśâḍhyaka wṛ. for vasâḍh○, q.v
⋙ vaśānuga
vaśânuga mf(ā)n. following one's own will CūlUp
• obedient or subject to the will of, submissive to (with gen. or ifc.) Mn. MBh. R. Pur
• = -vaśâgata above (in mārga-vaśânuga)
• m. (ā), f. a male or female servant MW
⋙ vaśāpāyin
vaśāpāyin wṛ. for vasā-p○ (q.v.)
⋙ vaśāyāta
vaśâyāta mfn. (ifc.) come in consequence of. Kathās
• lying along (cf. mārga-v○)
⋙ vaśāroha
vaśâroha wṛ. for vasâr○ (q.v.)
⋙ vaśendriya
vaśêndriya mfn. one who has the command of his senses (-tva, n.) R
≫ vaśakā
vaśakā f. an obedient wife L
≫ vaśana
vaśana n. wishing, desiring, willing &c. Pāṇ. 3-3, 58 Vārtt. 3 Sch
≫ vaśanīya
vaśanīya mfn. to be wished or willed MW
≫ vaśāyita
vaśāyita mfn. (?) L
≫ vaśi 1
vaśí mfn. = kānta VS. (Mahīdh.)
• m. subjugation, fascination, bewitching, holding others in magical submission to the will MW
• n. = vaśi-tva L
• the state of being subject, subjection MW
≫ vaśi 2
vaśi in comp. for vaśin
⋙ vaśitā
○tā f. subjugation, dominion W
• the supernatural power of subduing all to one's own will, unbounded power of (comp
• a Bodhi-sattva is said to have 10 Vaśitās, viz. āyur-, citta-, pariṣkāra-, dharma-, ṛddhi-, janma-, adhimukti-, praṇidhāna-, karma-, and jāna-v○ Dharmas. 74) BhP. Buddh
• subduing by the use of magical means, fascinating, bewitching W
⋙ vaśitva
○tva n. freedom of will, the being one's own master MBh. Hariv. [Page 929, Column 3]
• power or dominion over (loc.) Sarvad
• the supernatural power of subduing to one's own will MārkP. Pañcar. &c
• mastery of one's self, self-command Kum. MārkP
• subduing by magical means, fascinating, bewitching MW
⋙ vaśiprāpta
○prâpta mfn. having power over (also ifc.) Divyâv
⋙ vaśiman
○man m. the supernatural power of subduing to one's own will MārkP
≫ vaśika
vaśika mfn. void, empty Hcar. (written also vasika
• cf. vaśín,)
• (ā), f. aloe wood MW
≫ vaśitṛ
vaśitṛ mfn. having one's will free, independent BhP
≫ vaśin
vaśín mfn. having will or power, having authority, a ruler, lord ('over', gen.) RV. AV. Br. &c
• compliant, obedient VS. TS. Vet
• master of one's self having the mastery of one's passions MBh. Kāv. &c
• void, empty (properly 'at disposal') KātyŚr
• m. a ruler, See above
• a sage with subdued passions W
• N. of a son of Kṛiti BhP
• (ínī), f. a mistress RV
• a parasite plant L
• Prosopis Spicigera or Mimosa Suma L
≫ vaśī 1
vaśī f. in urvásī, q.v
≫ vaśī 2
vaśī́ in comp. for i. vaśa
⋙ vaśīkara
○kara mfn. bringing into subjection, subjugating, (ifc.) making any one subject to one's will MBh. Pañcar
-prakaraṇa n. -vārāhī f. N. of wks
⋙ vaśīkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the act of making subject, subjugating, bewitching (by means of spells &c.), overcoming by charms and incantations &c. (with gen. or ifc.) PārGṛ. R. Pañcat. &c
⋙ vaśīkāra
○kāra m. id. Yogas. Kathās. &c
⋙ vaśīkṛ
○√kṛ P. Ā. -karoti, -kurute, to reduce to subjection, subdue TBr. &c. &c
⋙ vaśīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. brought into subjection, subdued MBh. Hariv. Pur. &c
• bewitched, enchanted, fascinated W
⋙ vaśīkṛti
○kṛti (MBh.) or (Cat.), f. = -karaṇa above
⋙ vaśīkriyā
○kriyā (Cat.), f. = -karaṇa above
⋙ vaśībhū
○√bhū P. -bhavati, to become subject to another's will Kām. Vcar. Inscr
⋙ vaśībhuta
○bhuta mfn. become subject, subject, obedient Cāṇ. Pañcar
• become powerful Buddh
≫ vaśīra
vaśīra m. Achyranthes Aspera L
• Scindapsus Officinalis L. (cf. vasira)
≫ vaścika
vaścika m. N. of an Agra-hāra Rājat
≫ vaśmasā
vaśmasā ind., g. ūry-ādi
≫ vaśya
vaśya mfn. to be subjected &c
• subdued, tamed, humbled
• being under control, obedient to another's will, dutiful, docile, tame, humble, at the disposal of (gen. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• m. a dependent, slave MW
• N. of a son of Āgnīdhra MārkP
• (ā), f. a docile and obedient wife W
• (ā), f. (Cat.) or n. (ib. Prab.) the supernatural power of subjecting to one's own will, any act (such as the repetition of spells) performed with that object VarBṛS. Gṛihyās
• cloves W
⋙ vaśyakara
○kara mfn. giving power over others Cat
⋙ vaśyakarman
○karman n. the act of subjecting to one's will (by spells &c.) Cat
⋙ vaśyakārin
○kārin mfn
⋙ vaśyakara
○kara L
⋙ vaśyatā
○tā f. (MBh. Hariv. R. &c.) or (MBh. R.) the being under the control of (gen. or comp.), fitness for subjection, obedience, humility
⋙ vaśyatva
○tva n. (MBh. R.) the being under the control of (gen. or comp.), fitness for subjection, obedience, humility
⋙ vaśyātman
vaśyâtman mfn. of subdued mind Bhag
≫ vaśyaka
vaśyaka mf(ā)n. obedient, dutiful L
• = vaśya above MW
• (ā), f. an obedient wife ib
• n. vaśya-karman above Cat
≫ vaṣṭi
vaṣṭi mfn. (fr. √vaś) eager, desirous RV. v, 79, 5
vaśa 2
vaśa n. (cf. vasā) liquid fat, grease AV. AitBr. Kāṭh
vaśā́ f. (rather fr. √vāś, as 'the lowing animal', than fr. √vaś) a cow (esp. barren) RV. AV. Br. GṛŚrS
• (with ávii) a ewe TS. TBr
• a female elephant Vikr. Kathās
• a barren woman Mn. viii, 28
• any woman or wife L
• a daughter L
• Premna Spinosa and Longifolia L. [Cf., accord. to some, Lat. vacca.]
⋙ vaśājāta
○jātá n. a kind of cow AV
⋙ vaśātva
○tvá n. the being a cow MaitrS
⋙ vaśānna
○"ṣnna (vaśấnna), mfn. eating cows RV
⋙ vaśābhoga
○bhogá m. use of a cow AV
⋙ vaśāmakha
○makha m. the son of a Śūdra and a Kuvādushkī (?) L
⋙ vaśāmat
○mat mfn. g. yavâdi
≫ vaśatamā
vaśá-tamā f. (for vaśā-t○) the best cow AV. xii, 4, 42
vaśāku wṛ. for vāśāku
vaśātala m. pl. N. of a people MBh
vaśāti &c., wṛ. for vasāti
vaśira wṛ. for vasira
vaśiṣṭha wṛ. for vasiṣṭha
vasīra m. Achyranthes Aspera L
• Scindapsus Officinalis L. (cf. vasira). [Page 930, Column 1]
vaścika m. N. of an Agra-hāra Rājat
vaśmasā ind., g. ūry-ādi
vaṣ (also written baṣ), cl. 1. P. vaṣati, to hurt, strike, kill Dhātup. xvii, 40
váṣaṭ ind. (accord. to some fr. √1. vah
2. vaṭ and vauṣaṭ) an exclamation uttered by the Hotṛi priest at the end of the sacrificial verse (on hearing which the Adhvaryu priest casts the oblation offered to the deity into the fire
• it is joined with a dat., e.g. pūṣṇe vaṣaṭ
• with √kṛ, to utter the exclamation vaṣaṭ') RV. VS. Br. ŚrS. Mn. MBh. Pur
⋙ vaṣaṭkaraṇa
○karaṇa n. the utterance of Vashaṭ Jaim. Sch
⋙ vaṣaṭkartṛ
○kartṛ́ m. the priest who makes the oblation with Vashaṭ ŚBr. ŚrS
⋙ vaṣaṭkāra
○kārá m. the exclamation VṭVashaṭ (also personified as a deity) VS. AV. Br. &c
-kriyā f. an oblation accompanied with the utterance of VṭVashaṭ ĀśvŚr
váṣaṭ--nidhana n. N. of various Sāmans ArshBr
○rin, m.= -kartri Lāṭy
⋙ vaṣaṭkṛta
○kṛta (váṣaṭ-), mfn. offered in fire with Vashaṭ RV
⋙ vaṣaṭkṛti
○kṛti (váṣaṭ-), f. = -kāra ib. (ind. i, 14, 8)
⋙ vaṣaṭkṛtya
○kṛtya n. (ind.) Vashaṭ should be uttered AitBr
⋙ vaṣaṭkriyā
○kriyā f. = kāra-kriyā MārkP
vaṣk cl. 1. Ā. vaṣkate, to go Dhātup. iv, 27 (vḷ. for vask)
vaṣkaya ○kayaṇi, ○kiha, See baṣkáya &c
vas 1
vas (encl.) acc. dat. gen. pl. of 2nd pers. pron. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-1, 21, 24 &c.) RV. &c. &c
vas 2
vas (a Vedic √connected with √1. uṣ, q.v
• not in Dhātup.), cl. 6. P., uccháti (pf. uvā́sa, ūṣúḥ RV. &c
• aor. avāt [?] AV
avasran RV
• Cond. avatsyat ŚBr
• Ved. Inf. vástave, -úṣi), to shine, grow bright (esp. applied to the dawn) RV
• to bestow by shining upon (dat.) ib. i, 113, 7
• (with dūré) to drive away by shining ib. vii, 77, 4: Caus. vāsáyati, to cause to shine RV. [Cf. vasar in vasar-han
• Gk. ? for ? ; [930, 1] Lat. ve1r &c.]
≫ uṣ
⋙ uṣa
⋙ uṣas
uṣás 1
⋙ uṣita
uṣita See under √1. uṣ
≫ vasanta
vasantá m. (n., g. ardharcâdi) 'brilliant (season)', spring (comprising, accord. to some, the months Caīra and Vaisākha or from the middle of March to that of May, See ṛtu
• often personified and considered as a friend or attendant of Kāmadeva, the god of love) RV. &c. &c
• a partic. metre (4 times ?) Col
• a partic. time (in music) L
• diarrhoea L
• N. of a man Rājat
⋙ vasantakāla
○kāla m. spring-time, vernal season R
⋙ vasantakusama
○kusama m. 'having blossoms in spring', Cordia Latifolia or Myxa L
○mâkara. m. a partic. mixture L
⋙ vasantagandhi
○gandhi or m. N. of a Buddha Lalit
⋙ vasantagandhin
○ganḍdhin m. N. of a Buddha Lalit
⋙ vasantaghoṣa
○ghoṣa or m. 'singing in spring', the Koil or Indian cuckoo L
⋙ vasantaghoṣin
○ghoṣin m. 'singing in spring', the Koil or Indian cuckoo L
⋙ vasantaja
○ja mfn. born or produced in spṭspring W
• (ā), f. a kind of jasmine L
• a festival in honour of the god of love W. (cf. vasantôtsava)
⋙ vasantatilaka
○tilaka n. the ornament of spring Chandom
• the blossom of the Tilaka VarBṛS
• a partic. mixture L
• (also ā f.) a kind of metre (four times ?) Piṅg
• m. N. of a man Kathās
-tantra n. N. of a Buddhist wk
-bhāṇa m. N. of a drama
⋙ vasantadūta
○dūta m. (only L.) 'spṭspring-messenger', the Indian cuckoo ( See kokila)
• the mango tree
• the month Caitra (March-April)
• the 5th Rāga or the musical mode Hindola (ī), f. the female of the Indian cuckoo
• Gaertnera Racemosa
• Bignonia Suaveoleus
• a plant like the Premna Spinosa
⋙ vasantadeva
○deva m. N. of a king and poet Cat
⋙ vasantadru
○dru or m. 'spring-tree', the mango (blossoming in March or April) L
⋙ vasantadruma
○druma m. 'spring-tree', the mango (blossoming in March or April) L
⋙ vasantapañcamī
○pañcamī f. a festival held on the 5th of the light half of the month Māgha RTL. 429
-pūjā f. -prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ vasantapura
○pura n. N. of a town Hpariś
⋙ vasantapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. a spring-flower Kum
• a kind of Kadaniba L
⋙ vasantabandhu
○bandhu m. 'friend of Spring', N. of Kāma-deva (god of love) Daś
⋙ vasantabhānu
○bhānu n. N. of a king ib
⋙ vasantabhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ vasantamadana
○madana n. a plant resembling the Premna Spinosa L
⋙ vasantamahotsava
○mahôtsava m. the great spṭspring-festival to honour of the love-god) Ratnâv. (cf. vasantôtsava)
⋙ vasantamandanī
○mandanī f. = -madanā L
⋙ vasantamālatirasa
○mālati-rasa m. a partic. mixture L
⋙ vasantamālikā
○mālikā f. a kind of metre Piṅg
⋙ vasantamāsa
○māsa m. N. of the 9th ninth L
⋙ vasantayātrā
○yātrā f. a spring-procession W
⋙ vasantayodha
○yodha m. 'spring-combatant', the god of love Ṛitus. [Page 930, Column 2]
⋙ vasantarāja
○rāja m. spring compared to a king Siṃhâs
• N. of a king of Kumāra-giri (author of the -rājīya-nātya-śāstra) Cat
• (also with bhaṭṭa) of various authors
-cikitsā f. N. of a medical wk
⋙ vasantartu
○rtu (for ṛtu), m. spring-season Cat
⋙ vasantalatā
○latā or (Dhūrtan.),
⋙ vasantalatikā
○latikā (Dhūrtan.),
⋙ vasantalekhā
○lekhā (Sāh.), f. N. of women
⋙ vasantavarṇana
○varṇana n. 'description of spring', N. of a poem
⋙ vasantavitala
○vitala m. N. of a form of Vishṇu W
⋙ vasantavilāsa
○vilāsa m. N. of a poem
⋙ vasantavraṇa
○vraṇa n. 'spṭspring-pustule', small-pox L
⋙ vasantavrata
○vrata n. spṭspring-observance Cat
⋙ vasantaśākhin
○śākhin m. = -dru Dharmaś
⋙ vasantaśekhara
○śekhara m. N. of a Kiṃ-nara Cat
⋙ vasantaśrī
○śrī f. the pomp or beauty of spring Kāvyâd
⋙ vasantasakha
○sakha m. = -bandhu L
• N. of the wind blowing from the Malaya mountains Vikr
⋙ vasantasamaya
○samaya m.= -kāla Ratnâv
○yôtsava m. the festive time of spring Kathās
⋙ vasantasahāya
○sahāya m. = -bandhu Daś
⋙ vasantasena
○sena m. N. of a king Kathās
• (ā), f. N. of various women Mṛicch. Vās., Introd
⋙ vasantācārya
vasantâcārya m. N. of a teacher Cat
⋙ vasantādhyayana
vasantâdhyayana n. studying in spring Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 63
⋙ vasantotsava
vasantôtsava m. spring-rejoicings, spring festival (formerly held on the full moon of Caitra, but now of Phālguna, and = Dola-yātrā or Holī IW. 430) Śak. Kathās
-carita n. N. of wk
≫ vasantaka
vasantaka m. (ifc. fem. ā) spring Ratnâ
• a partic. tree, a species of Śyonāka L
• N. of a man, Ratuâv
• (ikā), f. wṛ. for vāsantikā
≫ vasantā
vasántā (or ○tā́), ind. in spring TS. ŚBr. &c. (cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 39 Sch.)
≫ vasar
vasar = uṣar, q.v
⋙ vasarhan
○hán striking in the dawn, destroying (nocturnal demons) at dawn RV. i, 122, 3
≫ vasavāna
vásavāna m. (fr. 1. vasu) a possessor or preserver of wealth (also with vávas) RV
≫ vasavya
vasavyá mfn. (prob.) wealthy, affluent (applied to Agni, Soma and Sūrya) TS
• n. riches, wealth RV
≫ vasā
vásā or (sometimes written vaśā), f. 'shining', 'white', the serum or marrow of the flesh (considered by some as distinct from that of the bones by others as the same), marrow, fat, grease, lard, suet, melted fat, any fatty or oily substance VS. &c. &c
⋙ vasā
vasā́ (sometimes written vaśā), f. 'shining', 'white', the serum or marrow of the flesh (considered by some as distinct from that of the bones by others as the same), marrow, fat, grease, lard, suet, melted fat, any fatty or oily substance VS. &c. &c
• brain Kathās
• a partic. √similar to ginger L
• N. of a river MBh
⋙ vasāketu
○ketu m. a partic. comet VarBṛS
⋙ vasāgraha
○graha m. a ladleful of melted fat KātyŚr
⋙ vasāchaṭā
○chaṭā f. the mass of the brain MW
⋙ vasāḍhya
○"ṣḍhya or (vasâḍh○), m. Delphinus Gatigeticus L
⋙ vasāḍhyaka
○"ṣḍhyaka (vasâḍh○), m. Delphinus Gatigeticus L
⋙ vasādanī
○"ṣdanī (vasâd○), f. fat-eating (?)', Dalbergia Sissoo L
• Gendarussa Vulgaris L
⋙ vasāpāyin
○pāyin m. 'drinker of melted fat', a dog, L
⋙ vasāpāvan
○pāvan mfn. drinking melted fat VS
⋙ vasāmaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of fat Prab
⋙ vasāmūra
○mūra m. or n. (?) N. of a place Cat
⋙ vasāmeha
○meha m. a kind of diabetes (hin mfn. suffering from it) Suśr
⋙ vasāroha
○roha (or vasâr○?), m. a mushroom L
⋙ vasāvaśeṣamalina
○"ṣvaśeṣa-malina (vasan○), mfn. soiled with the remains of fat Hit
⋙ vasāhoma
○homá m. an offering of fat TS. ŚBr. &c
-śeṣa m. n. the remains of an offering of fat, ManGṛ
-hávanī f. the ladle used at an offering of fat ŚBr. ĀpŚr
≫ vasāti
vasāti (prob.) f. (cf. uṣā) dawn Nir. xii, 2 (in a quotation Sch. = jana-pada)
• m. N. of a son of Janam-ejaya MBh
• of a son of Ikshvāku Hariv. (v. l. vaśāti)
• pl. N. of a people (also ○tika) MBh
≫ vasātīya
vasātīya mfn. relating to the Vasātis MBh
• m. a king of the Vasātis ib
≫ vasāvi
vasā́vi or f. (fr. z. vasu) a treasury RV. x, 73, 4
⋙ vasāvī
vasā́ḍvī f. (fr. z. vasu) a treasury RV. x, 73, 4
≫ vasin
vasin m. (fr. vasā) an otter L
≫ vasiṣṭha
vásiṣṭha mfn. (superl. fr. 1. vásu
• cf. vásīyas and under √3. vas) most excellent, best, richest RV. AV. Br. ChUp. MBh
• m. (wrongly written vaśiṣṭha), 'the most wealthy', N. of a celebrated Vedic Ṛishi or sage (owner of the 'cow of plenty', called Nandinī, offspring of Surabhi, which by gransing all desires made him, as his name implies, master of every vasu or desirable object
• he was the typical representative of Brāhmanical rank, and the legends of his conflict with Viśvā-mitra, who raised himself from the kingly or Kshatriya to the Brāhmanical class, were probably founded on the actual struggles which took place between the Brāhmans and Kshatriyas
• a great many hymns of the RV. are ascribed to these two great rivals
• those of the seventh Maṇḍala, besides some others, being attributed to Vasishṭha, while those of the third Maṇḍala are assigned to Viśvā-mitra
• in one of Vasishtha's hymns he is represented as king Su-dās' family priest, an office to which Viśvā-mitra also aspired
• in another hymn Vasishṭha claims to have been inspired by Varuṇa, and in another [RV. vii, 33, 11] he is called the son of the Apsaras Urvaśī by Mitra and Varuṇa, whence his patronymic Maitrāvaruṇi [Page 930, Column 3]
• in Manu i, 35, he is enumerated among the ten Prajā-patis or Patriarchs produced by Manu Svāyambhuva for the peopling of the universe
• in the MBh. he is mentioned as the family priest of the solar race or family of Ikshvāku and Rāma-candra, and in the Purāṇas as one of the arrangers of the Vedas in the Dvāpara age
• he is, moreover, called the father of Aurva ḥariv., of the Sukālins ṃn., of seven sons ḥariv. Pur., and the husband of Aksha-mālā or Arundhatī ṃBh. and of Ūrjā Pur.
• other legends make him one of the 7 patriarchal sages regarded as forming the Great Bear in which he represents the star ( See ṛṣi) RV. &c. &c. (cf. IW. 361 ; 402, n. 1 &c.)
• N. of the author of a law-book and other wks. (prob. intended to be ascribed to the Vedic Ṛishi above)
• pl. the family of Vasishṭha RV. ŚBr. ŚrS. (vasiṣṭhasyâṅkuśaḥ &c., N. of Sāmans ĀrshBr.)
• N. of an Anuvāka Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 131 Vārtt. 2
• n. flesh Gal
⋙ vasiṣṭhakālpa
○kâlpa m. N. of wk
⋙ vasiṣṭhakaśyapikā
○kaśyapikā f. a matrimonial alliance between the descendants of Vasishtha and those of Kaśyapa Pat
⋙ vasiṣṭhatantra
○tantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ vasiṣṭhatva
○tva n. the state or condition of being Vasishtha MBh
⋙ vasiṣṭhanihava
○nihava m. N. of a Sāman, Lājy
⋙ vasiṣṭhaputra
○putra m. pl. 'the sons or descendants of Vasishtha', N. of the authors of RV. vii, 33, 10-14
⋙ vasiṣṭhapramukha
○pramukha mfn. preceded or led by Vasishtha MW
⋙ vasiṣṭhaprācī
○prācī f. N. of a place Cat
⋙ vasiṣṭhabhṛgvatrisama
○bhṛgv-atri-sama mfn. equal to (the three great saints) Vasishtha and Bhṛigu and Atri MW
⋙ vasiṣṭhayajña
○yajña (vá○), m. N. of a partic. sacrifice ŚBr
⋙ vasiṣṭhaliṅgapurāṇa
○liṅga-purāṇa n. N. of a Purāṇa
⋙ vasiṣṭhavat
○vát ind. like Vasishtha RV. MBh
⋙ vasiṣṭhaśapha
○śapha m. du. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy
⋙ vasiṣṭhaśikṣā
○śikṣā f. N. of a Śikshā
⋙ vasiṣṭhaśilā
○śilā f. N. of a place GopBr
⋙ vasiṣṭhaśrāddhakalpa
○śrāddha-kalpa m. N. of wk
⋙ vasiṣṭhasaṃsarpa
○saṃsarpa m. a partic. Catur-aha, ŚrS
⋙ vasiṣṭhasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f
⋙ vasiṣṭhasiddhānta
○siddhânta m
⋙ vasiṣṭhasmṛti
○smṛti f
⋙ vasiṣṭhahomaprakāra
○homaprakāra m. N. of wk
⋙ vasiṣṭhopapurāṇa
vasiṣṭhôpapurāṇa n. N. of an Upapurāṇa
≫ vasiṣṭhaka
vasiṣṭhaka m. the sage Vasishṭha ( See above)
≫ vasīyas
vásīyas mfn. (compar. of 1. vásu
• cf. vasiṣṭha and vasyas) more wealthy or opulent, more excellent, better than, (abl.) TS. Br. Gobh
≫ vasīyobhūra
vasīyo-bhūra n. better condition, superiority MaitrS
≫ vasu 1
vásu mf(u or vii)n. (for 2. See p. 932, col. 3) excellent, good, beneficent RV. GṛŚrS
• sweet L
• dry L
• N. of the gods (as the 'good or bright ones, esp. of the Ādityas, Maruts, Aśvins, Indra, Ushas, Rudra, Vāyu, Vishṇu, Śiva, and Kubera) RV. AV. MBh. R
• of a partic. class of gods (whose number is usually eight, and whose chief is Indra, later Agni and Vishṇu
• they form one of the nine Gaṇas or classes enumerated under Gaṇa-devatā, q.v
• the eight Vasus were originally personifications, like other Vedic deities, of natural phenomena, and are usually mentioned with the other Gaṇas common in the Veda, viz. the eleven Rudras and the twelve Ādiyas, constituting with them and with Dyaus, Heaven, and Pṛithivii, 'Earth' [or, according to some, with Indra and Prajā-pati, or, according to others, with the two Aśvins], the thirty-three gods to which reference is frequently made
• the names of the Vasus, according to the Vishṇu-Purāṇa, are, 1. Āpa [connected with ap', 'water']
• 2. Dhruva, 'the Pole-star
• 3. Soma, 'the Moon'
• 4. Dhava or Dhara
• 5. Anila, 'Wind'
• 6. Anala or Pāvaka, 'Fire'
• 7. Pratyusha, 'the Dawn'
• 8. Prabhāsa, 'Light'
• but their names are variously given
• Ahan, 'Day', being sometimes substituted for 1
• in their relationship to Fire and Light they appear to belong to Vedic rather than Purānic mythology) RV. &c. &c
• a symbolical N. of the number 'eight' VarBṛS
• a ray of light Naigh. i, 15
• a partic. ray of light VP
• = jina Śīl. (only L. the sun
• the moon
• fire
• a rope, thong
• a tree
• N. of two kinds of plant = baka and pīta-madgu
• a lake, pond
• a kind of fish
• the the of the yoke of a plough
• the distance from the elbow to the closed fist)
• N. of a Rishi (with the patr. Bharad-vāja, author of RV. ix, 80-82, reckoned among the seven sages) Hariv
• of a son of Manu ib
• of a son of Uttāna-pāda ib
• of a prince of the Cedis also called Upari-cara MBh
• of a son of Īlina ib
• of a son of Kuśa and the country called after him RV
• of a son of Vasu-deva BhP
• of a son of Kṛishṇa ib
• of a son of Vatsara ib
• of a son of Hiraṇya-retas and the Varsha ruled by him ib
• of a son of Bhūtajyotis ib
• of a son of Naraka ib
• of a king of Kaśmīra Cat. [Page 931, Column 1]
• (u), f. light, radiance L
• a partic. drug L
• N. of a daughter of Daksha and mother of the Vasus (as a class of gods) Hariv. VP.: (vii), f. night Naigh. i, 7
• n. (in Veda gen. vásos, vásvas and vásunas
• also pl., exceptionally m.) wealth, goods, riches, property RV. &c. &c. (vasoṣ-pati m. prob. 'the god of wealth or property' AV. i, 12 [Paipp. asoṣ-p○, 'the god of life']
vásor-dhā́rā f. 'stream of wealth', N. of a partic. libation of Ghṛita at the Agni-cayana AV. TS. Br. &c
• of the wife of Agni BhP
• of the heavenly Gaṅgā MBh
• of sacred bathing-place ib
• of a kind of vessel ib
○rā-prayoga m. N. of wk.)
• gold ( See -varma-dhara)
• a jewel, gem, pearl ( See -mekhala)
• any valuable or precious object L
• (also f.) a partic. drug L
• a kind of salt (= romaka) L
• water L
• a horse (?) L
• = śyāma L
⋙ vasukarṇa
○karṇa m. N. of a Ṛishi with the patr. Vāsukra (author of RV. x, 65 ; 66)
⋙ vasukalpa
○kalpa and m. N. of poets Sadukt
⋙ vasukalpadatta
○kalḍpa-datta m. N. of poets Sadukt
⋙ vasukīṭa
○kīṭa m. 'money-worm', a suppliant, beggar L
⋙ vasukṛt
○kṛt m. N. of a Ṛishi with the patr. Vāsukra (author of RV. x, 20-26)
⋙ vasukṛmi
○kṛmi m. = -kīṭa above MW
⋙ vasukra
○kra m. N. of a Ṛishi with the patr. Aindra (author of RV. x, 27, 29 and part of 28)
• of another Ṛishi with the patr. Vāsishtha (author of RV. ix, 97, 28-30)
• (with prefix śrī) of a grammarian Gaṇar
-patnī f. N. of the authoress of RV. x, 28, 1
⋙ vasugupta
○gupta or m. N. of an author Sarvad
⋙ vasuguptācārya
○gupḍtâcārya m. N. of an author Sarvad
⋙ vasucandra
○candra m. N. of a warrior MBh
⋙ vasucarita
○carita n. N. of a Campū
⋙ vasucchidrā
○cchidrā f. N. of a medicinal plant Bhpr
⋙ vasujit
○jít mfn. gaining wealth AV
⋙ vasujyeṣṭha
○jyeṣṭha m. N. of a king VP
⋙ vasutā
○tā or (vasú-), f. wealth, riches (or) liberality RV
⋙ vasutāti
○tāti (vasú-), f. wealth, riches (or) liberality RV
⋙ vasutti
○tti (vásu-), f. (for -datti
• cf. bhaga-tti, maghatti) the granting of wealth, enrichment RV
⋙ vasutva
○tvá or n. wealth, riches RV
⋙ vasutvana
○tvaná n. wealth, riches RV
⋙ vasuda
○da mf(ā)n. granting wealth or treasures VarBṛS
• m. N. of Kubera Hariv
• (ā), f. the earth MBh
• N. of a goddess Cat
• pf one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh
• of a Gandharvii R
⋙ vasudatta
○datta m. N. of various men Pat. Kathās
• (ā), f. N. of various women (esp. of the mother of Vara-ruci) Kathās
-pura n. N. of a town ib
⋙ vasudattaka
○dattaka m. an endearing form of -datta L
⋙ vasudā
○dā́ mfn. granting wealth, generous RV. AV. (said of the earth)
⋙ vasudāna
○dā́na mfn. id. AV. ŚBr
• m. N. of various men MBh. VP
• (prob.) n. N. of a Varsha called after a Vasu-dāna BhP
⋙ vasudāma
○dāma m. N. of a partic. divine being Pañcar
• (ā), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh
⋙ vasudāman
○dāman m. N. of a son of Bṛihad-ratha Cat
⋙ vasudāvan
○dā́van mfn. (also with gen. vásoḥ) = -dā́ RV. TS
⋙ vasudeya
○déya n. the granting of wealth, liberality RV. AV
⋙ vasudeva
○deva m. N. of the father of Kṛishṇa (he was the son of Śūra, a descendant of Yadu of the lunar line, and was also called Ānaka-dundubhi, q.v., because at his birth the gods, foreseeing that Vishṇu would take a human form in his family, sounded the drums of heaven for joy
• he was a brother of Kuntī or Pṛithā, the mother of the Paṇḍu princes, who were thus cousins of Kṛishṇa
• See 1. kṛṣṇa) MBh. Hariv. BhP. &c
• of a king of the Kaṇva dynasty Pur. Vās., Introd
• of Kṛishṇa Pañcar
• of the grandfather of the poet Māgha Cat
• (also with brahma-prasāda) of two authors Cat
• (ā), f. N. of a daughter of Śva-phalka VP
• n. the lunar mansion Dhanishṭhā VarBṛS
-janman m. N. of Kṛishṇa Śiś
-tā f. a goddess granting wealth Hariv. (cf. vasu-devatā below)
-putra m. N. of Kṛishṇa Kāv
-brahma-prasāda m. N. of an author Cat
-bhū m. 'son of Vasu-deva', N. of Kṛishṇa L
○vâtma-ja m. id. Pañcar
⋙ vasudevata
○devata n. (VarBṛS.) or (ā), f. (L.) the lunar mansion Dhanishṭhā (presided over by the Vasus)
⋙ vasudevyā
○devyā f. id. L
• the 9th day of a fortnight L
⋙ vasudaiva
○daiva or n. = -devata above VarBṛS
⋙ vasudaivata
○daiḍvata n. = -devata above VarBṛS
⋙ vasudhara
○dhara m. N. of a poet Subh
• (ā), f. (with Buddhists) N. of a goddess Buddh
⋙ vasudharman
○dharman m. N. of a man MBh
⋙ vasudharmikā
○dharmikā f. crystal L
⋙ vasudhā
○dhā́ mfn. producing wealth, liberal (-tama, -tara, mfn. more or most liberal) AV. VS. TS
• (ā), f. the earth
• a country, kingdom Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• the ground, soil VarBṛS
• earth (as a material) R
• N. of Lakshmī Vishṇ
• an anapaest Piṅg
-kharjūrikā f. a kind of date L
-"ṣgama (-dhâg○), m. the products of the soil VarBṛS
-tala n. the surface of the earth the earth Kāv. Kathās
• the ground, soil VP
-dhara mfn. bearing or supporting the e○, (said of Vishṇu) MBh
• m. a mountain ib. Kāv
• a prince, king Siṃhâs
-dhava m. a king, prince ib
-dhātri m. id. Hariv
-"ṣdhipa (-dhâdhipa MBh. Kāv. &c.) or ○pati (R. Rājat. Inscr.), m. lord of the earth, a king [Page 931, Column 2]
-"ṣdhipatya (-dhâdhip○), n. kingdom, royalty Sāntiś. Inscr
-nagara n. the capital of Varuṇa in the western ocean MW
-nāyaka m. 'earth-leader', a king Kautukas
-pati m. id. Hariv. Kālid
-paripālaka m. earth-guardian (N. of Kṛishṇa) Pañcar
-reṇu m. earth-dust MBh. Megh
-vilāsin m. a king, prince Śrīkaṇṭh
-suta m. the planet Mars VarBṛS
⋙ vasudhātukārikā
○dhātu-kārikā f. N. of wk
⋙ vasudhāna
○dhā́na mf(ī)n. containing or keeping wealth AV. ChUp. Nir
• n. granting wealth Nir. VS. Mahīdh
⋙ vasudhāra
○dhāra mfn. holding wealth or treasure Hit
• m. N. of a mountain MārkP
• (ā), f. (with Buddhists) N. of a goddess Buddh
• a female Śakti peculiar to the Jainas MW
• N. of a river Hariv
• of the capital of Kubera L
• a stream of wealth, stream of gifts MBh. Hcar. HPariś
○rā-maya mfn. consisting of a stream of wealth Hcar
⋙ vasudhāriṇī
○dhāriṇī f. 'treasure-holding', the earth MBh
⋙ vasudhita
○dhita (prob.) n. possession of wṭwealth Pāṇ. 7-æ45 Sch. (Ved.)
⋙ vasudhiti
○dhiti (vásu-), mfn. possessing wṭwealth, bestowing wealth RV. VS. ŚāṅkhŚr. Nir
• f. the bestowal of wealth or a treasury RV. iv, 8, 2
⋙ vasudheya
○dhéya n. (in a formula) the bestowal of wealth, (or) possession of wealth VS. Br. ŚāṅkhŚr Nir
⋙ vasunanda
○nanda m. N. of a king Rājat
⋙ vasunandaka
○nandaka = kheṭaka L
⋙ vasunāga
○nāga m. N. of a poet Subh
⋙ vasunīti
○nīti (vásu-), mfn. bringing wealth AV. xii, 2, 6
⋙ vasunītha
○nītha mfn. id. VS. xii, 44
⋙ vasunetra
○netra m. N. of a Brāhman Buddh
⋙ vasunemi
○nemi m. N. of a serpentdemon Kathās
⋙ vasuṃdhara
○ṃ-dhara mfn. containing wealth Hariv
• m. N. of a poet ŚārṅgP. Sadukt. &c
• of another man Kathās
• pl. N. of the Vaiśyas in Śālmaladviipa BhP
• of a people MW
• (ā), f. See below
○rêśā f. 'having the keeper of wealth (Kṛishṇa) for lord', N. of Rādhā Pañcar
⋙ vasuṃdharā
○ṃ-dharā f. the earth
• a country, kingdom NṛisUp. MBh. Kāv. &c
• the soil, the ground (also ○rā-pṛṣṭha n.) MBh. R. &c
• N. of a minute portion of Prakṛiti Cat
• (with Buddhists) N. of a goddess W
• of a daughter of Śva-phalka Hariv
• of a princess Daś
• of another woman Ratnâv
• du. N. of the two Kumārīs (set up with Indra's banner, kumāri) VarBṛS
-dhara m. a mountain MBh. Bālar
-dhava m. a king, prince Rājat
-bhṛt m. a mountain Vcar
-śunāsīra, a prince, king Prasannar. (wṛ. -sunā-s○)
⋙ vasupati
○pati (vásu-), m. lord of wealth or of good things (also with vásūnām
• N. of Agni, Indra, Savitṛi and Kubera) RV. Pañcar
• 'lord of the Vasus', N. of Kṛishṇa Pañcar
⋙ vasupatnī
○pátnī f. (said of the cow) mistress of wealth (also with vásūnām) RV. i, 164, 27
⋙ vasupātṛ
○pātṛ mfn. 'protector of the Vasus', N. of Kṛishṇa Pañcar
⋙ vasupāla
○pāla m. 'protector of wealth', a king BhP
⋙ vasupālita
○pālita m. N. of various men Daś. HPariś
⋙ vasupūjyarāj
○pūjya-rāj m. N. of the father of the 12th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī Jain
⋙ vasuprada
○prada mfn. bestowing wealth Vishṇ. MBh
• m. N. of one of Skanda's attendants MBh
⋙ vasuprabhā
○prabhā f. one of the 7 tongues of fire L
• N. of Kubera's capital L
⋙ vasuprāṇa
○prâṇa m. 'breath of the Vasus', fire L
⋙ vasubandhu
○bandhu m. N. of a celebrated Buddhist scholar Hcar. Buddh. (wṛ. -bandha)
⋙ vasubha
○bha n. the constellation Dhanishṭhā (presided over by the Vasus) VarBṛS
• N. of a town Vīrac
⋙ vasubhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa m. Aeschynomene or Sesbana Grandiflora L
⋙ vasubharita
○bharita mfn. full of treasures. Pañcar
⋙ vasubhāga
○bhāga m. N. of a poet Sadukt
⋙ vasubhūta
○bhūta m. N. of a Gandharva Cat
⋙ vasubhūti
○bhūti m. N. of various men Mn. Kull. Ratnâv. Kathās. W
⋙ vasubhṛdyāna
○bhṛd-yāna m. N. of a son of Vasishṭha BhP
⋙ vasumat
○mat (vásu-), mfn. having or possessing or containing treasures, wealthy, rich (-tara, compar.) RV. ŚāṅkhGṛ. MBh. &c
• attended by the Vasus TS. Kāṭh. AitBr. &c
• m. N. of a son of Manu Vaivasvata Pur
• of Kṛishṇa BhP
• of a king MBh
• of various other persons Śak. BhP
• of a mountain in the North VarBṛS. MārkP
• (atī), f. See below
-tā f. the state of being wealthy, wealth MBh
• -(mad) -gaṇa (vá○), mfn. having or attracting the troop consisting of the Vasus (said of Soma) TS
• N. of TS.iii, 2, 5, 2 (as beginning with this word) ĀpŚr
⋙ vasumati
○mati m. N. of a Brāhman Kathās
⋙ vasumati
○mati f. (of -mat) the earth
• a country, kingdom, region MBh. Kāv. &c
• the ground Kāv
• N. of two kinds of metre Ked. Col
• N. of various women Śak. Kathās
-citra-senā-vilāsa m. -citra-senīya n. -citrâsana n. N. of wks
-pati m. a prince, king Rājat
-pariṇaya m. N. of wk
-pṛṣṭha n. the surface of the (spherical) earth Gol
-sūnu m. metron. of Naraka Bālar
⋙ vasumanas
○manas m. N. of a king of Kosala MBh
• (with rauhidaśva) N. of the author of RV. x, 179, 3
⋙ vasumaya
○máya mf(ī)n. consisting of wealth or of good things ŚBr. [Page 931, Column 3]
⋙ vasumitra
○mitra m. N. of various men MBh. Mālav. Pur. &c
⋙ vasumekhala
○mekhala mfn. wearing a jewelled girdle Pañcar
⋙ vasurakṣita
○rakṣita m. N. of a man Daś
⋙ vasuraṇva
○raṇva mfn. delighted with wealth, NārUp
⋙ vasuratha
○ratha m. N. of a poet Sadukt
⋙ vasurāja
○rāja m. the king Vasu HYog
⋙ vasurāta
○rāta m. N. of a man MārkP
⋙ vasuruc
○rúc mfn. (perhaps) bright like the Vasus or the gods RV. ix, 110, 6
• a proper N. MW
⋙ vasuruci
○ruci (vásu-), m. N. of a Gandharva AV
⋙ vasurūpa
○rūpa mfn. having the nature of the Vasus (said of Śiva) MBh. (also applied to an ancestor on offering the Piṇḍa Saṃskārak.)
⋙ vasuretas
○retas m. fire or the god of fire MBh. R
• N. of Śiva (also ○taḥ-su-vapuḥ) MBh
⋙ vasurocis
○rocis (vásu-), m. N. of a man
• (pl.) of his family RV. SāmavBr
• n. = yajña Uṇ. ii, 112 Sch
• a religious ceremony in which the Vasus are esp. worshipped MW
⋙ vasulakṣmī
○lakṣmī f. N. of a sister-in-law of Agni-mitra Mālav. (in Prakṛit)
-kalyāṇa n. N. of a Kāvya
⋙ vasuvat
○vat (vásu-), mfn. united with the Vasus (said of Agni) AV
⋙ vasuvan
○ván mfn. = -váni (with vasu-dhéyasya) VS. Br. &c
⋙ vasuvana
○vana n. N. of a mythical country VarBṛS
⋙ vasuvani
○váni mfn. asking wealth (or) bestowing wealth RV. AV
• f. a request or prayer for wealth MW
⋙ vasuvarmadhara
○varmadhara mfn. wearing a golden armour MBh
⋙ vasuvallikā
○vallikā f. Serratula Anthelmintica L
⋙ vasuvāha
○vāha m. N. of a Ṛishi Cat
⋙ vasuvāhana
○vā́hana mfn. carrying wealth, bringing treasures RV
⋙ vasuvid
○víd mfn. bestowing wealth RV. AV. &c
• (-vit) -tama mfn. one who bestows great wealth MW
⋙ vasuvinda
○vinda mfn. gaining wealth Gaut
⋙ vasuvīrya
○vīrya n. (prob.) the power of the Vasus MānGṛ
⋙ vasuvṛṣṭi
○vṛṣṭi f. a shower of wealth or of treasures Cat
⋙ vasuvrata
○vrata n. a kind of penance (eating only ground rice for twelve days) L
⋙ vasuśakti
○śakti m. N. of a man Pañcat
⋙ vasuśravas
○śravas (vásu-), mfn. (perhaps) famous for wealth (or 'flowing-with wealth') RV. v, 24, 2
• N. of Śiva Śivag
⋙ vasuśrī
○śrī f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh
⋙ vasuśruta
○śruta m. (prob.) a person renowned for wealth MW
• (with ātreya) N. of the author of RV. v, 3-6
⋙ vasuśreṣṭha
○śreṣṭha mfn. the best of the Vasus (said of Kṛishṇa) Pañcar
• m. N. of a king VP
• n. 'best of treasure', silver L
• wrought gold MW
⋙ vasuṣeṇa
○ṣeṇa m. N. of Vishṇu Vishṇ
• of Karṇa (half brother of the Pāṇḍu princes by the same mother, Pṛithā
• the name is supposed by some to have reference to his wealth which he distributed liberally
• cf. karṇa) MBh
• of a merchant HPariś
⋙ vasusampatti
○sampatti f. accession or acquisition of wealth Vait
⋙ vasusampūrṇa
○sampūrṇa mfn. filled with wealth MBh
⋙ vasusāra
○sāra m. N. of a man Buddh
• (ā), f. Kubera's capital L
⋙ vasusena
○sena m. N. of a poet Sadukt
⋙ vasusthalī
○sthalī f. the capital of Kubera L
⋙ vasuhaṭṭa
○haṭṭa (Car. Sch.) or (L.), m. a kind of tree = baka
⋙ vasuhaṭṭaka
○haṭṭaka (L.), m. a kind of tree = baka
• = baka-puṣpa or Sesbana Grandiflora MW
⋙ vasuhoma
○homa m. N. of a king of the Aṅgas MBh
⋙ vasūjū
vasū-jū́ mfn. raising wealth RV. viii, 88, 8
⋙ vasūttama
vasū7ttama m. 'best of the Vasus', N. of Bhīshma BhP
⋙ vasūdreka
vasū7dreka m. N. of a man Cat
⋙ vasūpamāna
vasū7pamāna mfn. resembling or equal to Kubera MW
⋙ vasūmatī
vasū-matī (m.c. vasu-m○), f. a rich or wealthy woman Hariv
≫ vasuna
vasuna m. a sacrifice L
≫ vasura
vasura mfn. (fr. 1. vasu) valuable, rich L
≫ vasula
vasula m. (fr. id.) a god L
• an endearing form for vasu-datta Pāṇ. 5-3, 83 Pat
≫ vasūya
vasūya Nom. P. ○yáti, to desire wealth RV
⋙ vasūyā
vasūḍyā́ ind. through desire of wealth ib
⋙ vasūyu
vasūḍyú mfn. desiring wealth ib
≫ vasordhārā
vásor-dhā́rā and See col. 1 under 1. vásu
⋙ vasoṣpati
vasoṣ-pati See col. 1 under 1. vásu
≫ vastu 1
vástu f. (for 2. See p. 932, col. 3) becoming light, dawning, morning RV. VS. (gen. vástoḥ, in the mṭmorning
vástor vastoḥ, every morning
vástor asyā́ḥ, this morning
práti vástoḥ, towards morning
• dat. vástave, See under √2. vas)
≫ vastṛ 1
vastṛ mfn. (for 2. See p. 932, col. 1) shining, illumining ( See doṣā- and prātar-v○)
≫ vasna 1
vasná n. (L. also m
• for 2. See p. 932, col. 2) wealth riches L
• price, value RV. AV. VS
• hire, wages L. [Cf. Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. venum, veneo, [931, 3] vendo.]
≫ vasnaya
vasnaya Nom. P. ○yáti (only pr. p. ○yát), to higgle, haggle RV. vi, 47, 21
≫ vasnika
vasnika mfn. earning wages, mercenary Pāṇ. 4-4, 13
• purchasable(?) ib. i, 51
• (ā), f. a valuable deposit TāṇḍBr
≫ vasnya
vásnya mfn. precious, valuable RV. x, 34, 1
≫ vasyaiṣṭi
vásya-iṣṭi^ f. (fr. vasyas + iṣṭi) seeking or desire for the better i.e. for welfare RV
≫ vasyaṣṭi
vásyaṣṭi f. (for prec.) attaining to welfare TS. MaitrS. Br. (in a formula). [Page 932, Column 1]
≫ vasyas
vásyas mfn. = vásīyas, better, more excellent or glorious, wealthier or richer than (abl.) RV. VS. TBr. TUp
• n. increasing wealth or prosperity, welfare RV. AV
≫ vasyasa
vasyasa See pāpa- and śvo-v○
≫ vasyobhūya
vasyo-bhū́ya n. (fr. vasyas + bhūya) increasing wealth, welfare AV
≫ vasra 1
vasra m. (for 2. See p. 933, col. 1) a day L
≫ vasv
vasv in comp. for 1. vasu
⋙ vasvananta
○ananta m. N. of a son of Upagupta BhP
⋙ vasvanta
○anta mfn. ending with the word vasu Gobh
⋙ vasvokasārā
○okasārā or f. N. of a river MBh. R
⋙ vasvaukasārā
○aukasārā f. N. of a river MBh. R
• of the residence of Kubera MBh. Kāv
• of the city of Indra VP
≫ vasvī
vasvī See under 1. vasu, p. 931, col. 1
vas 3
vas cl. 10. P. vāsayati (aor. aviivasat), to love
• to cut off
• to accept, take
• to offer
• to kill (ni-vāsita, killed) Dhātup. xxxiii, 70 (only with prep
• See pari-√vas
• but accord. to some the Impv. vasiṣva [RV. viii, 70, 10] and uṣa, 'a lover' [x, 95, 5], and vásiṣṭha ib. 17 belong also to this √, which has developed an obscene meaning = Gk. ?, [932, 1] futuere)
vas 4
vas cl. 2. Ā. (Dhātup. xxiv, 13) váste (Impv. vasiṣva RV
vaddhvam Kauś
• p. vásāna, once usāná and usámāna RV
• pf. vavase Śiś
vāvase, p. ○sāná RV
• aor. avasiṣṭa ib
• fut. vasitā Gr
vasiṣyate ib
vatsyati Hariv. 11206
• inf. vasitum MBh. R
• ind. p. vasitvā Mn. BhP
-vasya MBh.), to put on, invest, wear, (clothes &c.), assume (a form &c.), enter into RV. &c. &c.: Caus. vāsáyati, ○te (Pass. vāsyate), to cause or allow to put on or wear (clothes), clothe (Ā. 'one's self') with (instr.) RV. GṛŚrS. Mn.: Desid. vivasiṣate, Gr.: Intens. vāvasyate, vāvasti ib. [Cf. Gk. ? [932, 1] for ? ; Lat. vestis ; Goth. wasjan ; Angl. Sax. werian ; Eng. wear.]
≫ vas
vas (ifc.), clothed in, wearing (e.g. prêta-cūvara-vas, 'wearing the garments of dead men'). Ragh
≫ vasana 1
vásana n. (for 2. See col. 3) cloth, clothes, dress, garment, apparel, attire (du. an upper and lower garment) RV. &c. &c. (ifc., f. ā = clothed in, surrounded by, engrossed by i.e. wholly devoted or attached to, e.g. to a doctrine Kāv. Pur.)
• investment, siege L
• a leaf of the cinnamon tree L
• (also ā f.) an ornament woris by women round the loins L
⋙ vasanaparyāya
○paryāya m. change of clothes Mṛicch
⋙ vasanamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting or made of cloth Lāṭy
⋙ vasanavat
○vat mfn. clothed Gobh
⋙ vasanasadman
○sadman n. 'cloth-house a tent Śiś
⋙ vasanārṇa
vasanârṇa n. (○na + ṛṇa) the debt of a cloth Pāṇ. 6-1, 89, Vartt. 7 Pat
⋙ vasanārṇava
vasanârṇava mf(ā)n. sea-girt (the earth) R
≫ vasi 1
vasi m. or f. (for 2. See col. 3) = vastra, clothes &c. L
≫ vasita 1
vasita mfn. (for 2. See col. 3) worn, put on MBh
• n. cloth L
≫ vasitavya
vasitavya mfn. to be worn or put on R
≫ vasitṛ
vasitṛ mfn. one who wears or puts on (-tama mfn. = ācchādayitṛ-tama, used to explain vasiṣṭha) Śaṃk. on ChUp. v, 1, 2
≫ vasuka
vasuká m. (in a formula) is said to = vāsayitṛ (prob. 'one who clothes') MaitrS. TāṇḍBr
• N. of various plants (accord. to L. = Calotropis Gigantea
• Agati Grandiflora
• Adhatoda Vasika and Chenopodium) Suśr
• a kind of measure (in music)
• n. a kind of salt L
≫ vasūka
vasūka m. a species of tree (= baka) L
• n. its flower L
• a kind of salt L
≫ vasti 1
vasti m. or f. (for 2. See col. 2) the ends or skirt of a cloth (also pl.) L
≫ vastṛ 2
vastṛ́ mfn. (for 1. See p. 931
• for 3. p. 933) clothing, covering RV. iii, 49, 4 (Sāy.)
• putting on (clothes) Kauś
≫ vastra
vastra n. (or m. g. ardharcâdi
• ifc. f. ā) cloth, clothes, garment, raiment, dress, cover RV. &c. &c
• (ā), f. N. of a river VP
• n. a leaf of the cinnamon tree L
⋙ vastrakuṭṭima
○kuṭṭima n. 'cloth-covering', an umbrella L
• a tent L
⋙ vastrakośa
○kośa n. a clothes-bag L
⋙ vastraknopam
○knopam ind. so that the clothes are thoroughly wetted Śiś
⋙ vastragṛha
○gṛha n. 'cloth-house', a tent L
⋙ vastragopana
○gopana n. pl. N. of one of the 64 arts Cat
⋙ vastragranthi
○granthi m. a piece of cloth wrapped round the waist L
• the knot which fastens the lower garments above the hips W
⋙ vastraghargharī
○ghargharī f. a sieve or cloth for straining L
⋙ vastracchanna
○cchanna mfn. clad in clothes Vop
⋙ vastrada
○da mfn. 'giving clothes MBh
⋙ vastradaśā
○daśā f. the border of a garment Gobh
⋙ vastradā
○dā́ mfn. = -da RV
⋙ vastradāna
○dāna n. N. of wk
-kathā f. N. of a tale. [Page 932, Column 2]
⋙ vastradhāraka
○dhāraka wṛ. for vastrâdh○, q.v
⋙ vastradhāraṇī
○dhāraṇī f. a stick or rope to hang clothes upon L
⋙ vastradhāvin
○dhāvin mfn. washing clothes Kathās
⋙ vastranirṇejaka
○nirṇejaka m. a washer of clṭclothes, washerman W
⋙ vastrapa
○pa m. pl. N. of a people MBh
⋙ vastrapañjala
○pañjala m. N. of a bulbous plant L
⋙ vastraparidhāna
○paridhāna n. the putting on of clothes, dressing Cat
⋙ vastraputrikā
○putrikā f. a doll or puppet made of cloth L
⋙ vastrapūta
○pūta mfn. purified with a clṭclothes, strained through a clothes Mn. vi, 46
⋙ vastrapeṭā
○peṭā f. a clothes-basket Kathās
⋙ vastrapeśī
○peśī f. a fringe L
⋙ vastrabandha
○bandha m. a clothes used for binding round L
⋙ vastrabhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa m. a kind of plant L
• (ā), f. a kind of plant MW
⋙ vastrabhedaka
○bhedaka or m. a clṭclothes-cutter, tailor W
⋙ vastrabhedin
○bheḍdin m. a clṭclothes-cutter, tailor W
⋙ vastramathi
○máthi mfn. tearing off or carrying off clothes RV. iv, 38, 5
⋙ vastramukhya
○mukhya mfn. having clothes as the chief thing Ml
⋙ vastrayugala
○yugala n. two garments Pañcat
⋙ vastrayugin
○yugin mfn. clad in an upper-gṭgarments and under-gṭgarments Pāṇ. 8-4, 13 Sch
⋙ vastrayugma
○yugma n. a pair of garmṭgarments or clothes of any kind Kathās
⋙ vastrayoni
○yoni f. the basis or material of cloth (as cotton &c.) L
⋙ vastraraṅgā
○raṅgā f. a species of plant L
⋙ vastrarajaka
○rajaka n. 'clṭclothes-colourer', safflower Bhpr
⋙ vastrarajanī
○rajanī f. Rubia Munjista ib
⋙ vastrarañjana
○rañjana n. = -rajaka above L
⋙ vastravat
○vat mfn. having fine clothes, welldressed MBh
⋙ vastravidyā
○vidyā wṛ. for vāstu-v○, q.v
⋙ vastravilāsa
○vilāsa m. foppery in dress MW
⋙ vastraveśa
○veśa m. or a tent L
⋙ vastraveśman
○veśman n. a tent L
⋙ vastraveṣṭita
○veṣṭita mfn. covered with clothes, well clad Hit
⋙ vastrāgāra
vastrâgāra m. n. a clothier's shop MW
• a tent ib
⋙ vastrāñcala
vastrâñcala m. the end or hem of a garment Kathās. Hit
⋙ vastrādhāraka
vastrâdhāraka a layer or stratum of cloth (placed underneath) Suśr
⋙ vastrānta
vastrânta m. the end or hem of a garmṭgarments ŚāṅkhGṛ. MBh. R. &c
⋙ vastrāntara
vastrântara n. (ifc. f. ā) an upper-garmṭgarments Kathās
⋙ vastrāpathakṣetra
vastrâpatha-kṣetra n. N. of a place Cat
⋙ vastrāpahāraka
vastrâpahāraka (Mn.) or (MW.), m. a stealer of clothes
⋙ vastrāpahārin
vastrâpaḍhārin (MW.), m. a stealer of clothes
⋙ vastrārdha
vastrârdha n. the half of a garmṭgarments
-prâvṛta (MBh.) or -saṃviita or -saṃvṛta (MW.), mfn. covered or clothed with half a garmṭgarments
⋙ vastrāvakarta
vastrâvakarta m. a fragment of a garmṭgarments MBh
⋙ vastrotkarṣaṇa
vastrôtkarṣaṇa n. the act of taking off clothes MBh
≫ vastraka
vastraka n. cloth (in sūkṣma-v○) MBh
≫ vastraya
vastraya Nom. P. ○yati Pāṇ. 3-1, 21
≫ vastrāya
vastrāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to represent a garment Vām. iv, 1, 9 (in a quotation)
≫ vasna 2
vasna n. (for 1. See p. 931, col. 3) a garment, cloth L
• the skin L
≫ vasnana
vasnana n. an ornament for a woman's loins, a zone, girdle (= kaṭī-bhūṣaṇa) L
≫ vasman 1
vásman n. (for 2. See p. 933, col. 1) a cover, garment RV. iv, 13, 4
≫ vasya
vasya mfn. to be put on ( See snāta-v○)
vas 5
vas cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. xxiii, 36) vásati (m. c. also ○te
• pf. uvāsa, ūṣuḥ RV. &c. &c
• p. vāvasāna RV. i, 46, 13
-vāsāṃ cakre Up
• aor. avātsīt AV
avāksam AitBr. [where it is artificially connected with vāc]
avāstam Up
• fut. vastā Gr
vatsyati, ○te Br. &c
vasiṣyati MBh
• inf. vastum, vasitum MBh. &c
• ind. p. uṣitvā́ Br
uṣṭvā MBh
-úṣya Br. &c.), to dwell, live, stop (at a place), stay (esp. 'overnight', with or without rātrim or rātrīs) RV. &c. &c
• to remain, abide with or in (with loc. of pers
• loc. or acc. of place, esp. with vāsam or vasatim) ŚBr. &c. &c
• to remain or keep on or continue in any condition (with a pp., e.g. with channa, 'to continue to be covered' KātyŚr
• or with an acc., with brahmacaryam, 'to practise chastity' AitBr
• or with an adv., e.g. with sukham, 'to live pleasantly or at ease'
• with or without dūratas, 'to keep aloof') TS. &c. &c
• to have sexual intercourse with (loc.) Hariv
• to rest upon (loc.) Subh
• to charge or entrust with (instr.) Hariv
• cl. 10. P. vasayati, to dwell Dhātup. xxxv, 84, e: Pass. uṣyate (aor. avāsi), to be dwelt &c. MBh. Kāv. &c.: Caus. vāsáyati, ○te (cf. Pāṇ. 1-3, 89
• aor. aviivasat MaitrS.: Pass. vāsyáte Br., ○ti MBh.), to cause to halt or stay (overnight), lodge, receive hospitably or as a guest ŚBr. MBh. &c
• to cause to have sexual intercourse with (loc.) MatsyaP
• to let anything stand overnight (with tisro, scil. ratrīs, 'three nights') Kauś
• to cause to wait, keep in suspense RV
• to delay, retard Kām
• to cause to exist, preserve ŚBr
• to cause to be inhabited, populate (a country) Hit
• to put in, place upon (loc.) MBh. Hariv. Kāv. (anadhyāyam mukhe, to put restraint on the mouth, refrain from speaking)
• to produce Sarvad.: Desid. vivatsati, to wish to dwell ŚBr.: Intens. vāvasyate, vāvasti, to remain, be in, be engaged in MW. [Cf. Goth. wisan [Page 932, Column 3] ; Germ. [w‰san], ge-wesen, war &c. ; Angl. Sax. [w‰san] ; Eng. was, were.]
≫ uṣita
uṣita (ep. also uṣṭa), mfn. (for 1. See p. 220) past, spent (as time
• n. impers. 'time has been spent') MBh. Kāv. &c
• retired or resorted to (as a place) Kāv
• one who has halted or stayed (esp. 'overnight') or has been absent or lived or remained or waited in any place (loc. or comp.) or for any time (acc. or comp.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• one who has had sexual intercourse with (saha) BrahmaP
• what has stood or lain (esp. 'overnight' said of things) VarBṛS. Suśr
• one who has fasted VarBṛS
⋙ uṣitaṃgavīna
○ṃgavīna mfn. (a place) where cows have been for a time L. (cf. āśitaṃ-g○)
≫ vas 6
vás (only in gen. vásām), prob. either 'an abode' or 'a dweller' RV. v. 2, 6
≫ vasa
vasa m. or n. dwelling, residence ( See dur-vasa)
• (ā́), f. (accord. to some) id. (?) RV. v. 2, 6
≫ vasati
vasatí f. staying (esp. 'overnight'), dwelling, abiding, sojourn ŚBr. &c. &c. (tisro vasatīr uṣitvā, 'having passed three nights'
vasatiṃ-√kri or √grah, 'to pass the night, take up one's abode in', with loc.)
• a nest RV
• a dwelling-place, house, residence, abode or seat of (gen. or comp.) ib. &c. &c
• a Jaina monastery L
• night MBh
• mfn. (accord. to some) dwelling, abiding (with vasām), fixing one's residence (?) RV. v, 2, 6
⋙ vasatidruma
○druma m. a tree under which a night is passed Ragh
≫ vasatī
vasatī f. = vasati, staying, dwelling, a dwellingplace, &c. L
⋙ vasatīvarī
○várī f. pl. (scil. āpas) water left standing overnight (drawn from a stream on the eve of the Soma sacrifice) TS. Br. ŚrS. (ibc. ○ri KātyŚr.)
≫ vasatha
vasatha m. a house Gal
≫ vasana 2
vasana n. (for 1. See col. 1) dwelling, abiding, sojourn, residence in (comp.) MBh
⋙ vasanasadman
○sadman See under 1. vasana
≫ vasi 2
vasi m. (for 1. See col. 1) dwelling or a dwelling-place W
≫ vasita 2
vasita mfn. (for 1. See col. 1) = 2. uṣita, inhabiting &c
• stored (as grain) W
• n. abiding, abode, residence ib
≫ vasu 2
vasu m. or n. (for 1. See p. 930, col. 3) dwelling or dweller ( See sáṃ-vasu)
≫ vasta
vasta n. a house L. (cf. also upa-vasta)
≫ vastavya
vastavya mfn. to be stayed or dwelt or lived in or with (loc
• n. impers. 'one should stay' &c.) MBh. R. &c
• to be spent or passed (as time) ib
⋙ vastavyatā
○tā f. abode, residence R
≫ vasti 2
vasti f. (for 1. See col. 1, for 3. See p. 933, col. 1) abiding, dwelling, staying W
≫ vastu 2
vastu n. (for 1. See p. 931, col. 3) the seat or place of ( See kapila-, vraṇa-v○)
• any really existing or abiding substance or essence, thing, object, article Kāv. VarBṛS. Kathās. &c. (also applied to living beings, e.g. Śak. ii, 7/8)
• (in phil.) the real (opp. to a-v○, 'that which does not really exist, the unreal'
a-dvitīya-v○, 'the one real substance or essence which has no second') IW. 53, n. 1 ; 103 &c
• the right thing, a valuable or worthy object, object of or for (comp.) Kāv
• goods, wealth, property (cf. -vinimaya and -hāni)
• the thing in question matter, affair, circumstance MBh. Kāv. &c
• subject, subject-matter, contents, theme (of a speech &c.), plot (of a drama or poem) Kāv. Daśar. Sāh. &c
• (in music) a kind of composition Saṃgīt
• natural disposition, essential property W
• the pith or substance of anything W
⋙ vastukṛta
○kṛta mfn. practised, cherished Buddh
⋙ vastukośa
○kośa m. N. of a dictionary
⋙ vastukṣaṇāt
○kṣaṇāt ind. at the right moment MW
⋙ vastujāta
○jāta n. the aggregate of things Sarvad
⋙ vastutattva
○tattva n. and N. of wks
⋙ vastutattvaprakāśikā
○tattva-prakāśikā f. N. of wks
⋙ vastutantra
○tantra mfn. dependent on things, objective (-tva n.) Śaṃk
⋙ vastutas
○tas ind. owing to the nature of things BhP
• in fact, in reality, actually, verily, essentially ib. Rājat. Sarvad
⋙ vastutā
○tā f. (ifc.) the state of being the object of Pañcat
• = next BhP
⋙ vastutva
○tva n. reality Kap
⋙ vastudharma
○dharma m. sg. and pl. the true nature of things (-tva, n.) Kap. Kathās. Sāh
○min mfn. dependent on the nature of a thing, objective Kpr
⋙ vastunirdeśa
○nirdeśa m. table of contents, register Kāvyâd. Sāh
⋙ vastupatita
○patita mfn. become real or corporeal Vajracch
⋙ vastupāṇi
○pāṇi mfn. holding the (necessary) things in one's hand BhP
⋙ vastupāla
○pāla m. N. of a minister of king Vīra-dhavala (died AḌ. 1241) Cat
• of a poet ib
⋙ vastubala
○bala n. the power of things Sarvad
⋙ vastubhāva
○bhāva m. reality, truth (instr. pl. 'really') Rājat
⋙ vastubhūta
○bhūta mfn. substantial VP
⋙ vastubheda
○bheda m. an actual or essential difference ib
⋙ vastumatra
○matra n. the mere outline of any subject, skeleton of a discourse W
⋙ vasturacanā
○racanā f. arrangement of matter, elaboration of a plot Ratnâv. Sāh. [Page 933, Column 1]
⋙ vastuvat
○vat mfn. supplied with commodities MW
⋙ vastuvicāra
○vicāra m. essential discrimination (personified) Prab
⋙ vastuvijñānaratnakośa
○vijñāna-ratna-kośa m. N. of a dictionary (= ratna-kośa)
⋙ vastuvinimaya
○vinimaya m. exchange of goods, barter MW
⋙ vastuvivarta
○vivarta mfn. the developing of the one real Essence (so as to create the illusory external world) Vedântas
⋙ vastuvṛtta
○vṛtta n. the actual fact, real matter Mālatīm. Rājat
• n. a beautiful creature Mālav. Sch
⋙ vastuśakti
○śakti f. sg. and pl. the power of things, force of circumstances (-tas ind. through the force of cṭcircumstances) Kāv
⋙ vastuśāsana
○śāsana n. a genuine or original edict Rājat
⋙ vastuśūnya
○śūnya mfn. devoid of reality, unreal Yogas
⋙ vastusthiti
○sthiti f. reality (instr. 'in reality'), Sāṃkhyas. Sch
⋙ vastuhāni
○hāni f. loss of substance or property W
⋙ vastūtthāpana
vastū7tthāpana n. or invention of things or of incidents through supernatural causes (in a drama) Bhar. Daśar. Sāh
⋙ vastūtthāpanā
vastū7tthāpaḍnā f. invention of things or of incidents through supernatural causes (in a drama) Bhar. Daśar. Sāh
⋙ vastūpamā
vastū7pamā f. comparison of things (a kind of comparison where the common quality is omitted, e.g. thy face is like the lotus, where the word 'beautiful' is omitted) Kāvyâd
⋙ vastūpahita
vastū7pahita mfn. placed on a good or worthy object (as trouble or care) Ragh
≫ vastuka
vastuka (ifc.) = 2. vastu, substance, essence (in an-ūna-v○, 'of perfect substance or nature' Mālav. i, 6/7)
• n. Chenopodium Album W
≫ vastūkī
vastūkī f. a kind of potherb L
≫ vastṛ
vástṛ (for 2. See p. 931, col. 3), mfn. (only in superl. vástṛ-tama, 'dwelling most', used in giving an etymology) ŚBr
≫ vastya
vastya n. a house, abode L. (cf. pastya)
≫ vastv
vastv in comp. for 2. vastu
⋙ vastvantara
○antara n. another thing, another object or subject W
⋙ vastvabhāva
○abhāva m. absence of reality, unsubstantial essence ib
• loss or destruction of property ib
≫ vasman 2
vásman n. (for 1. See p. 932, col. 2) a nest RV. ii, 31, 1
≫ vasra 2
vasra n. (for 1. See p. 932, col. 1) a house, abode L
• a cross-road L
vas 7
vas (only vasiṣva, [anu]-vāvase, vāvasāná, and vástos), to rush or aim at, attack RV. viii, 70, 10 (cf. under √3. vas) ; viii, 4, 8 ; i, 51, 3 ; vi, 11, 6 (?) ; i, 174, 3
vas 8
vas (alao written bas), cl. 4. P. vasyati, to be or make firm Dhātup. xxxiii, 70
vasati &c. See p. 932, col. 3
vasana 1
vasana. 2 See p. 932, cols. 1 and 3
vasanta &c. See p. 930, col. 1
vasā vasāti &c. See p. 930, col. 2
vasāra (?), n. wish, purpose W
vasika mfn. empty L. (cf. vaśika, vaśin)
• one who sits in the Padmâsana posture L
vasira m. Scindapsus Officinalis (n. its fruit) Suśr. Bhpr. (vḷ. vasīra and vaśira)
• Achyranthes Aspera L
• n. sea salt (vḷ. vaśira and vaśīra) L
vasiṣṭha vasīyas, See p. 930
vasu 1
vasu. 2 See pp. 930 and 932
vasura vasula, vasūya &c. See p. 931
vasūrā f. a harlot, prostitute W
vask (cf. √vaṣk), cl. 1. Ā. vaskate, to go Dhātup. iv, 27
≫ vaska
vaska m. going, motion W
• application, perseverance ib. (= adhyavasāya L.)
vaskaya ○yaṇī, See baṣkáya
vaskarāṭikā f. a scorpion L
vast cl. 10. Ā. vastayate, to waste, hurt Dhātup. xxxiii, 10
• to go W
• to ask ib
vasta vastavya, See p. 932, col. 3
vasti 3
vastí mf. (also written basti
• perh. connected with 2. vasti, See p. 932, col. 3) the bladder AV. &c. &c
• the lower belly, abdomen VarBṛS. KāśīKh
• the pelvis MW
• an injection-syringe made of bladder or the injection itself Kathās. Suśr. &c. [Cf. Lat. venter, vesica ; Germ. wanast, Wanst.]
⋙ vastikarman
○karman n. the application of an enema or injection Cat
⋙ vastikarmāḍhya
○karmâḍhya m. the soap berry, Sapindus Detergens L
⋙ vastikuṇḍala
○kuṇḍala n. (Car.),
⋙ vastikuṇḍalikā
○kuṇḍalikā f. (ŚārṅgS.) a partic. disease of the bladder
⋙ vastikośa
○kośa m. a bladder, bag Suśr
⋙ vastipīḍā
○pīḍā f. spasm in the bladder ib
⋙ vastibila
○bilá n. aperture of the blṭbladder AV. [Page 933, Column 2]
⋙ vastimala
○mala n. 'bladder-excretion', urine L
⋙ vastimūla
○mūla n. 'bladder-√', aperture of the bladder MBh
⋙ vastiruj
○ruj (Suśr.) or (Cat.), f. disease of the bladder
⋙ vastivyāpad
○vyāpad (Cat.), f. disease of the bladder
⋙ vastiśiras
○śiras n. the tube of an enema W
• = next ib
⋙ vastiśīrṣa
○śīrṣa n. sg. (Yājñ.) or m. du. (Vishṇ.) the neck of the bladder
⋙ vastiśodhana
○śodhana m. 'blṭbladder-cleanser', Vangueria Spinosa L
≫ vasty
vasty in comp. for 3. vasti
⋙ vastyartham
○artham ind. for an enema Kathās
⋙ vastyauṣadha
○auṣadha n. 'remedy for the lower belly', injection, enema Cat
vastu 1
vastu. 2 See pp. 931 and 932
vastṛ 1
vastṛ. 2. 3 See pp. 931, 932, and col. 1
vasna 1
vasna. 2 See pp. 931 and 932
vasnasā f. (cf. snāyu) a tendon, nerve, fibre (described as a hollow, string-like tube, attached to the bones and supposed to serve as a passage for the vital air) L
vasnika vasnya, See p. 931, col. 3
vasman 1
vasman. 2 See pp. 932 and 933
vasyas &c. See p. 932, col. 1
vasra 1
vasra. 2 See p. 932, and col. 1
vah 1
vah cl. 1. P. Ā. (Dhātup. xxiii, 35) váhati, ○te (in later language Ā. only m. c
• Vedic forms which may partly belong to the aor. are vákṣi, voḍham, ○ḍhā́m or voḻham, ○ḻhā́m, uhīta, vákṣva, voḍhvam, ūḍhvam, úhāna
• pf. uvāha, ūhúḥ
ūhé RV. &c. &c
vavāha, ○hatuḥ MBh
• aor. Ved. ávākṣīt or ávāṭ Subj. vákṣat, ○ati, Prec. uhyāt
avakṣi, avoḍha Gr
• fut. voḍhā́ Br
vakṣyáti, ○te AV. &c
vahiṣyati MBh. &c
• inf. voḍhum RV. &c. &c. [Ved. also ○ḍhave and ○ḍhavai]
vāhe RV
váhadhyai ib
• ind. p. ūḍhvā Br
-úhya AV. &c. &c
√1. ūh), to carry, transport, convey (with instr. of vehicle) RV. &c. &c
• to lead, conduct (esp. offerings to the gods, said of Agni) ib
• to bear along (water, said of rivers) ib
• to draw (a car), guide (horses &c.) ib
• to lead towards, to bring, procure, bestow Kāv. Kathās
• to cause, effect BhP
• to offer (a sacrifice) ib
• to spread, diffuse (scent) Kathās
• to shed (tears) BhP
• to carry away, carry off, rob MBh. Kāv. &c
• to lead home, take to wife, marry RV. &c. &c
• to bear or carry on or with (Inc. or instr.) MBh. Kāv. &c
• to take or carry with or about one's self, have, possess Kāv. Pur. Rājat
• to wear (clothes) Mṛicch
• (with śiras) to bear one's head (uccaiś-tarām, 'high') Hariv
• (with vasuṃdharām or kṣmā-maṇḍālam) to support i.e. rule the earth Rājat
• (with garbham) to be with child Pañcat
• to bear, suffer, endure Kāv. Pur
• to forbear, forgive, pardon BhP
• to undergo (with agnim, viṣam, tulām, 'the ordeal of fire, poison, and the balance') Yājñ
• to experience, feel MBh. Kāv. &c
• to exhibit, show, betray ib
• to pay (a fine) Yājñ
• to pass, spend (time) Rājat
• (intrans.) to drive, ride, go by or in (with instr. of the vehicle), be borne or carried along, run, swim &c. RV. &c. &c
• to draw (scil. a carriage, said of a horse) Mn. viii, 146
• to blow (as wind) Kāv. Sāh
• to pass away, elapse Hcar.: Pass. uhyáte (ep. also ○ti
• aor. avāhi), to be carried (uhyamāna, 'being cṭcarried') &c
• to be drawn or borne by (instr.) or along or off RV. &c. &c.: Caus. vāhayati (m. c. also ○te
• aor. aviivahat
• Pass. vāhyate), to cause to bear or carry or convey or draw (with two acc. Pāṇ. 1-4, 52 Vārtt. 6 Pat.), drive (a chariot), guide or ride (a horse), propel (a boat), go or travel by any vehicle MBh. Kāv. &c
• to cause to guide (two acc.) Vop
• to cause any one (acc.) to carry anything (acc.) on (loc.) MBh
• to cause to take in marriage ib
• to cause to be conveyed by (instr.) Ragh. Rājat
• to traverse (a road) Ragh
• to accomplish (a journey) Megh
• to employ, keep going or in work Mn. iii, 68 ; iv, 86
• to give, administer ( See vāhita)
• to take in, deceive ( See id.): Desid. vivakṣati, ○te Gr.: Intens. vanīvāhyáte, to carry hither and thither (cf. vanīvā́hana and vanīvāhitá)
vāvahīti, to bear (a burden) Subh
vāvahyate, vāvoḍhi Gr. [Cf. Gk. ? for ? ; [933, 2] Lat. vehere, vehiculum ; Slav. vesti ; Lith. véś3ti ; Goth. gawigan ; Germ. [w‰gan], bewegen ; Eng. weigh.]
≫ ūḍha
ūḍhá mfn. (cf. √1. 2. ūh, p. 223) carried, conveyed, borne off or along RV. &c. &c
• stolen, robbed Mn. ix, 270
• washed away (by water) ib. viii, 189
• borne or carried on (instr.) MBh. Kāv. &c. [Page 933, Column 3]
• led home, taken in marriage, married ib
• advanced ( See comp.)
• exhibited, betrayed BhP
• (ā), f. a married woman, wife L
⋙ ūḍhapūrva
○pūrva mf(ā)n. married before Śak
⋙ ūḍhabhārya
○bhārya mfn. one who has taken a wife, married, g. āhitâgny-ādi
⋙ ūḍharatha
○ratha mfn. drawing a carriage Laghuk
⋙ ūḍhavayas
○vayas mfn. advanced in years, full grown BhP
≫ ūḍhaya
ūḍhaya Nom. P. ○yati (fr. ūḍha and ūḍhi) Kāś. on Pāṇ. 8-2, 1
≫ ūḍhi
ūḍhi f. bearing, carrying, bringing Rājat
≫ vah 2
vah (ifc
• strong form vāh weak form [˘Uk], which with a preceding a coalesces into au
Pāṇ. 3-2, 64 ; iv, 1, 61) carrying, drawing, bearing, holding (cf. anaḍ-uh, apsu-vah, indra-vah &c.)
≫ vaha
váha mf(ā)n. (ifc.) carrying, bearing, conveying, bringing, causing, producing, effecting (cf. gandha-, dāru-, puṇya-v○ &c.)
• flowing through or into or towards (cf. para-loka-v○, sarva-loka-v○ &c.)
• bearing along (said of rivers) Hcat
• bearing (a name) Kull. on Mn. iv, 203 (in a quotation)
• exposing one's self to (heat &c.) MBh
• m. the act of bearing or conveying (cf. dur-, sukha-v○)
• the shoulder of an ox or any draught animal AV. VS. Br. MBh
• the shoulder-piece of a yoke AV. ŚBr
• a horse L
• a male river L
• a road, way L
• wind L
• the breathing of a cow L
• a weight or measure of four Droṇas L
• (ā), f. a river, stream in general L
⋙ vahaṃliha
○ṃ-liha mf(ā)n. licking the shoulder Hcar. (cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 32)
⋙ vaharāvin
○rāvin mfn. groaning under a yoke AitBr. (Sāy.)
≫ vahat
vahát f. (prob.) a vessel, ship RV. iii, 7, 4 (Sāy. 'a stream')
≫ vahata
vahata m. an ox L
• a traveller L
≫ vahati
vahati m. (only L.) wind
• a friend
• an ox
• (ī), f. a river
≫ vahatu
vahatú m. the bridal procession (to the husband's house), nuptial ceremony RV. AV. AitBr. (pl. the objects constituting a bride's dowry TBr.)
• means of furthering RV. vii, 1, 17 (= stotra and śastra Sāy.)
• an ox L
• a traveller L
≫ vahadgu
vahad-gu ind. (pr. p. of √vah + go) at the time when the oxen are yoked, g. tiṣṭhad-gv-ādi
≫ vahadhyai
váhadhyai See √1. vah, col. 2
≫ vahana
vahana mfn. bearing, carrying, conveying ( rāja-v○)
• n. the act of bearing, carrying, conveying, bringing MBh. Kāv. VarBṛS
• the flowing (of water) Nir. vi, 2
• a ship, vessel, boat Kathās
• the undermost part of a column, VārBṛS
• a square chariot with a pole L
⋙ vahanabhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. shipwreck Ratnâv. Kathās
≫ vahanīkṛ
vahanī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to turn into a vehicle Kathās
≫ vahanīya
vahanīya mfn. to be carried or borne or drawn or conducted Vop
≫ vahanta
vahanta m. air, wind L
• an infant L
≫ vahantī
vahantī f. (of pr. p. of √1. vah) flowing water TS. Kāṭh. ŚrS
≫ vahala
vahalá mf(ā́)n. accustomed to the yoke, broken in ŚBr
• n. a ship L. (prob. wṛ. for vahana)
≫ vahas
váhas n. the shoulder of a draught animal ŚBr. (vḷ. for vahá)
≫ vahi
vahi m. (artificial) N. of a Piśāca MBh
≫ vahikā
vahikā See rāja-v○
≫ vahitra
vahitra n. 'instrument of conveying', a boat, vessel Gīt. (also ○traka L.)
• a square chariot with a pole L
⋙ vahitrakarṇa
○karṇa m. N. of a partic. Yoga posture (in which the two legs are stretched out together in front on the ground) L. (cf. maraṇâlasa)
⋙ vahitrabhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. shipwreck Sāh
≫ vahin
vahín mfn. bearing the yoke, drawing well TBr. ŚrS
• m. an ox L
≫ vahiṣṭha
váhiṣṭha mfn. (superl.) drawing or driving or carrying best, swiftest RV. PañcavBr
≫ vahīyas
váhīyas mfn. (compar.) drawing or driving or carrying better, swifter RV. ṢaḍvBr
≫ vahni
váhni m. any animal that draws or bears along, a draught animal, horse, team RV. AV. VS. TBr
• any one who conveys or is borne along (applied to a charioteer or rider, or to various gods, esp. to Agni, Indra, Savitṛi, the Maruts &c.) RV. AV
• N. of Soma (as 'the flowing or streaming one') RV. ix, 9, 6 &c
• the conveyer or bearer of oblations to the gods (esp. said of Agni, 'fire', or of the three sacrificial fires, See agni) RV
• partic. fire Gṛihyās
• fire (in general or 'the god of fire') Mn. MBh. &c. (vahninā saṃ-√skṛ, to hallow by fire, burn solemnly)
• the fire of digestion VarBṛS
• N. of the number 'three' (fr. the three sacred fires) L
• N. of various plants (accord. to L. Plumbago Ceylanica
• Semecarpus Anacardium
• Poa Cynosuroides
• and the citron tree) Suśr
• a mystical N. of the letter r Up. [Page 934, Column 1]
• N. of the 8th Kalpa (q.v.) Cat
• of a Daitya MBh
• of a son of Kṛishṇa BhP
• of a son of Turvasu ib
• of a son of Kukura ib
⋙ vahnikanyā
○kanyā f. a daughter of the god of fire Hariv. (pl.)
⋙ vahnikara
○kara mfn. making fire, igniting, lighting W
• promoting digestion, stomachic L
• (ī), f. Grislea Tomentosa L
⋙ vahnikārya
○kārya mfn. to be performed or achieved through fire VarYogay
⋙ vahnikāṣṭha
○kāṣṭha n. a kind of Agallochum used as incense L
⋙ vahnikuṇḍa
○kuṇḍa n. a pit in the ground for receiving the sacred fire Kathās
⋙ vahnikumāra
○kumāra m. pl. (with Jainas) a partic. class of gods L
⋙ vahnikṛt
○kṛt mfn. causing a fire VarBṛS
⋙ vahnikoṇa
○koṇa m. the south-east quarter Pañcar
⋙ vahnikopa
○kopa m. the raging of fire, a conflagration VarBṛS
⋙ vahnigandha
○gandha m. the resin of Ṣorea Robusta L
• incense W
⋙ vahnigarbha
○garbha m. a bamboo L
• a partic. Gaṇa of Śiva Harav
• (ā), f. Mimosa Suma L
⋙ vahnigṛha
○gṛha n. a firechamber VarBṛS
⋙ vahnicakrā
○cakrā f. Methonica Superba Bhpr
⋙ vahnicaya
○caya m. a fire-place, hearth Kāty
⋙ vahnicūḍa
○cūḍa n. = sthūpaka (?) L
⋙ vahnijāyā
○jāyā f. the wife of Vahni (called Svāhā) Sarvad
⋙ vahnijvāla
○jvāla m. N. of a hell VP
• (ā), f. Grislea Tomentosa Bhpr
⋙ vahnitama
○tama (váhni-), mfn. carrying or leading best VS
• bearing an oblation (to the gods) in the best manner PraśnUp
• most luminous, brightest MW
⋙ vahnitaskarapārthiva
○taskara-pārthiva m. pl. fire and thieves and the king MW
⋙ vahnida
○da mfn. giving heat (to the body) Suśr
⋙ vahnidagdha
○dagdha mfn. burned ŚārṅgS
⋙ vahnidamanī
○damanī f. Solanum Jacquini L
⋙ vahnidāhasamudbhava
○dāha-samudbhava mfn. produced by burning MW
⋙ vahnidīpaka
○dīpaka m. safflower L
• (ikā), f. = aja-modā L
⋙ vahnidaivata
○daivata mfn. having Agni for a deity MBh
⋙ vahnidhauta
○dhauta mfn. pure like fire Siṃhâs. (cf. -śuddha)
⋙ vahnināman
○nāman m. 'called after fire', the marking-nut plant W
• lead-wort ib
⋙ vahnināśana
○nāśana mfn. extinguishing the heat (of the body). Suśr
⋙ vahninī
○nī f. Nardostachys Jatamansi L
⋙ vahninetra
○netra m. 'having 3 eyes', N. of Śiva L
⋙ vahnipatana
○patana n. 'entering the fire', self-immolation Mālatīm
⋙ vahnipurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of a Purāṇa (= agni-p○)
⋙ vahnipuṣpī
○puṣpī f. Grislea Tomentosa L
⋙ vahnipriyā
○priyā f. the wife of Fire (called Svāhā) Hariv
⋙ vahnibīja
○bīja n. 'fire-seed', gold L
• a citron-tree L
• a N. of the mystical syllable ram (repeated as the peculiar Mantra of fire in the Tantra system) RāmatUp. RTL. 197
⋙ vahnibhaya
○bhaya n. danger of fire, conflagration VarBṛS
-da mfn. bringing danger of fire ib
⋙ vahnibhogya
○bhogya n. 'that which is to be consumed by fire', ghee or clarified butter L
⋙ vahnimat
○mat mfn. containing fire, Tarkas
-tva n. ib
⋙ vahnimantha
○mantha m. the tree Premna Spinosa (the wood of which when rubbed produces fire) L
⋙ vahnimaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of fire Hcar. Kuval
⋙ vahnimāraka
○māraka mfn. destroying fire
• n. water L
⋙ vahnimitra
○mitra m. 'fire-friend', air, wind L
⋙ vahnirasa
○rasa m. a partic. mixture Cat
⋙ vahniretas
○retas m. 'fire-semen', N. of Śiva L
⋙ vahnirohiṇī
○rohiṇī f. a kind of disease Suśr. ŚārṅgS
⋙ vahnilakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ vahniloka
○loka m. the world of Agni Cat
⋙ vahniloha
○loha or n. 'fire-like iron', copper W
⋙ vahnilohaka
○lohaka n. 'fire-like iron', copper W
• (○haka), white brass L
⋙ vahnivaktrā
○vaktrā f. Methonica Superba Bhpr
⋙ vahnivat
○vat mfn. containing the word vahni AitBr
⋙ vahnivadhū
○vadhū f. the wife of Agni (Svāhā) L
⋙ vahnivarṇa
○varṇa mfn. fire-coloured
• n. a flower of the red water-lily L
⋙ vahnivallabha
○vallabha m. 'fire-favourite', resin L
• (ā), f. the wife of Agni Pañcar
⋙ vahniveśa
○veśa m. N. of a physician, = agni-v○ Car
⋙ vahniśālā
○śālā f. a fire-chamber MārkP
⋙ vahniśikha
○śikha n. safflower L
• saffron L
• Ehites Dichotoma MW
• (ā), f. a flame L
• Methonica Superba L
• Grislea Tomentosa L
• Commelina Salicifolia and other species L. (vḷ. for bahu-ś○)
⋙ vahniśikhara
○śikhara m. Celosia Cristata L
⋙ vahniśuddha
○śuddha mfn. pure as fire Pañcar
⋙ vahniśekhara
○śekhara n. saffron L
⋙ vahnisaṃskāra
○saṃskāra m. the religious rite of cremation (of a corpse) Kathās
⋙ vahnisakha
○sakha m. 'firefriend', the wind L
• cumin L
⋙ vahnisaṃjñaka
○saṃjñaka m. = citraka, q.v. MW
⋙ vahnisākṣikam
○sākṣikam ind. so that fire is or was witness Kathās
⋙ vahnisuta
○suta m. chyle L
⋙ vahnisthāna
○sthāna n. a fire-place, hearth Kāty
⋙ vahnisphuliṅga
○sphuliṅga m. a spark of fire Vām
⋙ vahnīśvarī
vahnī7śvarī f. N. of Lakshmī Pañcar
⋙ vahnyutpāta
vahny-utpāta m. an igneous meteor L
≫ vahnika
vahnika m. heat L
• mfn. hot L
≫ vahnisātkṛ
vahni-sāt-√kṛ P. -karoti, to consume with fire, burn Veṇis
≫ vahnīya
vahnīya Nom. Ā., ○yate, to become fire Nalac
≫ vahya
vahyá mfn. fit to bear or to be borne or to draw or to be drawn &c. ĀśvŚr
• (ā), f. the wife of a Muni L
• n. a portable bed, litter, palanquin AV
⋙ vahyaśīvan
○śī́van mf(arī)n. reclining on a couch or palanquin AV
≫ vahyaka
vahyaka mfn. = vahya
• m. a draught animal KātyŚr
• (ā), f. N. of a woman, g. tikâdi. [Page 934, Column 2]
⋙ vahyaska
vahyaska m. N. of a man, g. bidâdi
≫ vahyeśaya
vahye-śayá mf(ā́)n. = vahya-śī́van RV
vahís See bahís
vahīnara See bahīnara
vahedaka m. Terminalia Belerica KātyŚr. Sch. (cf. baheṭaka)
vahni &c. See p. 933, col. 3
vahli vahlika &c. See balhi
vā 1
ind. or (excluded, like the Lat. ve, from the first place in a sentence, and generally immediately following, rarely and only m.c. preceding, the word to which it refers) RV. &c. &c. (often used in disjunctive sentences
vā-vā, 'either'- 'or', 'on the one side '- 'on the other'
na vā - or na - , 'neither'- 'nor'
vā na-vā, 'either not'-'or'
yadi vā-vā, 'whether'-'or'
• in a sentence containing more than two members is nearly always repeated, although if a negative is in the first clause it need not be so repeated
is sometimes interchangeable with ca and api, and is frequently combined with other particles, esp. with atha, athô, uta, kim, yad, yadi, q.v. [e.g. atha vā, 'or else']
• it is also sometimes used as an expletive)
• either-or not, optionally KātyŚr. Mn. &c. (in gram. is used in a rule to denote its being optional, e.g. Pāṇ. 1-2, 13 ; 35 &c.)
• as, like (= iva) PārGṛ. MBh. &c
• just, even, indeed, very (= eva, laying stress on the preceding word) KātyŚr. Kāv
• but even if, even supposing (followed by a future) Pañc. v, 36/37
• however, nevertheless Bādar. Bālar
• (after a rel. or interr.) possibly, perhaps, I dare say MBh. Kāv. &c. (e.g. kiṃ vā śakuntalêty asya mātur ākhyā, 'is his mother's name perhaps Śakuntalā?' Śak. vii, 20/21
ko vā or ke vā followed by a negative may in such cases be translated by 'every one, all', e.g. ke vā na syuḥ paribhava-padaṃ niṣphalâram-bha-yatnāḥ, 'everybody whose efforts are fruitless is an object of contempt' Megh. 55)
vā 2
cl. 2. P. (Dhātup. xxiv, 42) vā́ti (pf. vavau Br. MBh. &c
• aor. avāsīt Br
• fut. vāsyati Megh
• inf. vātum Hariv.), to blow (as the wind) RV. &c. &c
• to procure or bestow anything (acc.) by blowing RV. i, 89, 4
• to blow towards or upon (acc.) MBh. xii, 2798
• to emit an odour, be diffused (as perfume) ŚBr
• to smell (trans.) Vikr. iv, 41 (vḷ.)
• to hurt, injure Vop.: Caus. vāpayati, See nir-√vā and cf. vājaya: Desid. vivāsati, See √1. van. [Cf. Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. [934, 2] ventus ; Slav. vejati ; Goth. waian, winds ; Germ. wâjan, woejen, wehen, Wind ; Angl. Sax. wâwan ; Eng. wind.]
≫ vāta 1
vāta mfn. (for 2. See p. 939, col. 3) blown &c
• (vā́ta), m. wind or the wind-god (pl. also 'the Maruts', cf. vāyu) RV. &c. &c
• wind, air Hit
• wind emitted from the body MBh. iv, 117
• wind or air as one of the humours of the body (also called vāyu, māruta, pavana, anila, samīraṇa) Kathās. Suśr. &c
• morbid affection of the windy humour, flatulence, gout, rheumatism &c. VarBṛS. Śṛiṅgār
• N. of a people ( See vāta-pati and vātâdhipa)
• of a Rākshasa VP
• of a son of Śūra ib
⋙ vātakaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. a partic. pain in the ankle Suśr. ŚārṅgP
⋙ vātakara
○kara mfn. producing wind (in the body), causing flatulence Bhpr
⋙ vātakarman
○karman n. breaking wind VarP
⋙ vātakalākalā
○kalākalā f. the particles of wṭwind or air distributed in the body (○līya mfn. relating to them) Car
⋙ vātakuṇḍalikā
○kuṇḍalikā (Car.) or f. (Suśr.) scanty and painful flow of urine
⋙ vātakuṇḍalī
○kuṇḍaḍlī f. (Suśr.) scanty and painful flow of urine
⋙ vātakumbha
○kumbha m. the part of an elephant's forehead below the frontal sinuses L
⋙ vātakṛt
○kṛt mfn. = -kara Bhpr
⋙ vātaketu
○ketu m. 'wind-sign', dust L
⋙ vātakeli
○keli m. amorous sport or murmur L
• = ṣiḍgānāṃ danta-lekhanam L
• the marks of finger-nails on a lover's person W
⋙ vātakopana
○kopana mfn. exciting wind (in the body) Suśr
⋙ vātakṣobha
○kṣobha m. disturbance or movement of wind (in the body) Kathās
⋙ vātakhuḍakā
○khuḍakā f. a partic. rheumatic disease Car
⋙ vātakhuḍā
○khuḍā f. = vātyā, picchila-sphoṭa, vāmā, and vāta-śoṇita L
⋙ vātagajāṅkuśa
○gajâṅkuśa m. a partic. drug L
⋙ vātagaṇḍa
○gaṇḍa mfn. relating to the company called vātagaṇḍā Rājat
• (ā), f. N. of a partic. company or association ib
⋙ vātagāmin
○gāmin m. 'wind-goer', a bird L
⋙ vātagulma
○gulma m. 'wind-cluster', a gale, high wind
• acute gout or rheumatism MārkP. Suśr
-vat (Vishṇ. Sch.), ○min (Vishṇ. Suśr.), suffering from the above disease
⋙ vātagopa
○gopa (vā́ta-), mfn. having the wṭwind for a guardian AV
⋙ vātagrasta
○grasta mfn. 'wind-seized', epileptic or rheumatic W. [Page 934, Column 3]
⋙ vātagraha
○graha m. 'wind-seizure', a partic. disease Pañcar
⋙ vātaghna
○ghna mf(ī)n. removing disorders of the wind Suśr
• m. the shrub Hedysarum Gangeticum and other plants L
• N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh
-tvâdi-nirṇaya m. N. of wk
⋙ vātacakra
○cakra n. 'wind-circle', the circular markings of a compass VarBṛS
⋙ vātacodita
○codita (vā́ta-), mfn. driven by the wind RV
⋙ vātaja
○ja mfn. produced by wind Suśr
• n. a kind of colic Gal
⋙ vātajava
○java mfn. fleet as wind MBh
• N. of a demon Lalit
⋙ vātajā
○jā́ mfn. arisen from wind AV
⋙ vātajāma
○jāma (?), m. pl. N. of a people MBh
⋙ vātajit
○jit mfn. = -ghna Suśr
⋙ vātajūta
○jūtá (vā́ta-), mfn. wṭwind-driven, swift as wind RV. AV
⋙ vātajūti
○jūti m. (with vāta-raśana, q.v.) N. of the author of RV. x, 136, 2, Aūkr
⋙ vātajvara
○jvara m. 'wind-fever', fever arising from vitiated wind Cat
-pratīkāra m. the remedying or counteraction of the above disease MW
⋙ vātatūla
○tūla n. cottony or flocculent seeds floating in the air L
⋙ vātatejas
○tejas (vā́ta-), mfn. strong as wṭwind AV
⋙ vātatrāṇa
○trāṇa n. shelter from wind Pāṇ. 6-2, 8
⋙ vātatviṣ
○tviṣ (vā́ta-), mfn. impetuous as wind (said of the Maruts) RV
⋙ vātathuḍā
○thuḍā wṛ. for -huḍā
⋙ vātadhrājigati
○dhrāji-gati mfn. sweeping along like wind TĀr
⋙ vātadhvaja
○dhvaja m. 'wind-sign', a cloud L
⋙ vātanāman
○nāmán n. pl. N. of partic. invocations of the wind (connected with partic. libations) TS. ŚBr. Kāṭh
⋙ vātanāśana
○nāśana mfn. = -ghna Suśr
⋙ vātaṃdhama
○ṃ-dhama mfn. wind-blowing, VoP
⋙ vātapaṭa
○paṭa m. 'wind-cloth', a sail Kathās
⋙ vātapaṇḍa
○paṇḍa m. an impotent man or eunuch of a partic. kind Daśar. Sch. (cf. vātaka-piṇḍaka)
⋙ vātapati
○pati m. 'lord of the Vātas', N. of a son of Sattra-jit Hariv
⋙ vātapatnī
○patnī (vā́ta-), m. the Wind's wife AV
⋙ vātaparyāya
○paryāya m. a partic. inflammation of the eyes Suśr
⋙ vātapāta
○pāta m. a gust of wind L
⋙ vātapāna
○pā́na n. 'shelter from wind (?)', a partic. part of a garment TS
⋙ vātapālita
○pālita m. N. of Go-pālita Uṇ. iv, 1 Sch
⋙ vātapitta
○pitta n. 'wind-bile', a form of rheumatism W
-ja mfn. arising from the wind and from the bile GāruḍaP
• (-ja-śūla n. a form of the disease called śūla ib.)
-jvara m. a fever arising from the wind and from the bṭbile Cat
⋙ vātapittaka
○pittaka mfn. arising from the wṭwind and from the bile ŚārṅgS
⋙ vātaputra
○putra m. 'son of the Wind', N. of Bhīma L
• of Hanumat L
• a cheat, swindler L
⋙ vātapū
○pū́ mfn. (prob.) purified by the wind AV
⋙ vātapotha
○potha or m. the tree Butea Frondosa L
⋙ vātapothaka
○pothaka m. the tree Butea Frondosa L
⋙ vātaprakopa
○prakopa m. (in medicine) excess of wind MW
⋙ vātaprabala
○prabala mfn. (in medicine) having an excess of wind ib
⋙ vātapramī
○pramī (vā́ta-), mfn. outstripping the wind RV. iv, 58, 7
• m. a kind of antelope L
• a horse L
• an ichneumon L
⋙ vātaprameha
○prameha m. a kind of urinary disease (cf. vāta-meha)
-cikitsā f. N. of a medical wk
⋙ vātaphullāntra
○phullântra n. 'air-inflated organ', the lungs L. (colic, flatulence W.)
⋙ vātabalāsa
○balāsa m. a kind of disease Cat
⋙ vātabahula
○bahula mfn. causing flatulence VarBṛS
⋙ vātabhakṣa
○bhakṣa mfn. feeding on wind R
⋙ vātabhrajas
○bhrajas (vā́ta-), mfn. (prob.) wṛ. for vā́ta-dhrajas, following the course of the wind AV. i, 12, 1
⋙ vātamaja
○m-aja mfn. wind-driving, swift as wṭwind Bhaṭṭ
• m. an antelope L
⋙ vātamaṇḍalī
○maṇḍalī f. 'wind-circle', a whirlwind L
⋙ vātamaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of wind MaitrUp. Sch
⋙ vātamṛga
○mṛga m. a kind of antelope L
⋙ vātameha
○meha m. a kind of rheumatic urinary disease Car
⋙ vātayantra
○yantra n. 'wind-machine', an apparatus for ventilating ib
-vimānaka n. a mechanical car or other vehicle driven by the wind Kathās
⋙ vātaraṃha
○raṃha mfn. = next MBh
⋙ vātaraṃhas
○raṃhas (vā́ta-), mfn. fleet as wṭwind RV. MBh. &c
⋙ vātarakta
○rakta m. wind (in the body) and blood Suśr
• acute gout or rheumatism (ascribed to a vitiated state of wṭwind and blood) ib. (cf. -śoṇita)
-ghna m. 'gout-destroyer', Blumea Lacera L
○târi m. 'enemy of gout', Cocculus Cordifolius L
⋙ vātaraṅga
○raṅga m. the holy fig-tree (= aśvattha) MW
⋙ vātarajju
○rajju f. pl. the bands or fetters of the winds MaitrUp. Sch
⋙ vātaratha
○ratha mfn. wind-borne (as odour) BhP
• m. a cloud L
⋙ vātaraśana
○raśana (vā́ta-), mfn. windgirt, having (only) air for a girdle (said of Munis and Ṛishis) RV. TĀr
• m. a naked monk (= dig-ambara, dig-vāsas) BhP
• patr. of seven Ṛishis (viz. of Ṛishya-śṛiṅga, Etaśa, Karikrata, Jūti, Vāta-jūti, Vipra-jūta, and Vṛishāṇaka) RAnukr
⋙ vātarūpā
○rūpā f. N. of a female demon (the daughter of Līkā) MārkP
⋙ vātarūṣa
○rūṣa m. (only L.) a gale, storm
• a rainbow
• = utkoca or utkaṭa
⋙ vātarecaka
○recaka m. a gust of wind Hariv
• an empty boaster, braggart MBh
⋙ vātareṇusuvarṇa
○reṇusuvarṇa mfn. (said of a cow) Hcat
⋙ vātaroga
○roga m. 'wind-disease', any disease supposed to arise from a diseased state of the wind in the body (e.g. gout, rheumatism, paralysis &c.) Suśr. ŚārṅgS
-haraprâyaścitta n. N. of wk
○gin mfn. suffering from gout or rheumatism &c. VarBṛS
⋙ vātarddhi
○rddhi (for -ṛdhi), m. (also written vātardi) a sort cf cup made of wood and iron, (or) a wooden vessel with an iron stand L. [Page 935, Column 1]
• a mace or iron-bound club W
⋙ vātavat
○vat mfn. windy, gusty Pāṇ. 5-2, 129 Sch. (cf. vātā́-vat)
• m. N. of a man (cf. vātavata
dṛti-vātavator ayanam, N. of a Sattra PañcavBr.)
⋙ vātavarṣa
○varṣa m. (sg. and pl.) rain and wind Pañcat. Rājat
⋙ vātavasti
○vasti f. suppression of urine Suśr. ŚārṅgS
⋙ vātavaha
○vaha m. N. of a village (○haka mfn.) Pat
⋙ vātavikāra
○vikāra m
⋙ vātavikārin
○vikāḍrin mfn. = -roga, ○gin Suśr
⋙ vātavṛddhi
○vṛddhi f. swelled testicle W
⋙ vātavṛṣṭi
○vṛṣṭi f. = -varṣa VarBṛS
⋙ vātavega
○vega mfn. 'fleet as wind', N. of a son of Dhṛita-rāshṭra MBh
• of Garuḍa ib
⋙ vātaveṭaka
○veṭaka vḷ. for -recaka MBh
⋙ vātavairin
○vairin m. 'enemy of wind-disease', the castor-oil tree &c. L. (cf. vātâri)
⋙ vātavyādhi
○vyādhi m. = -roga Suśr
-karma-prakāśa m. N. of wk
-cikitsā f. -nidāna n. the cure of any morbid affection of the wind MW
⋙ vātaśīrṣa
○śīrṣa n. 'wind-source', the lower belly L
⋙ vātaśukratva
○śukra-tva n. a morbid state of the semen (also in women) MārkP
⋙ vātaśūla
○śūla n. 'wind-pain', colic with flatulence Suśr
⋙ vātaśoṇita
○śoṇita n. diseased state of wṭwind and blood Suśr
○taka mf(ī)n. applied in that disease Car
○tin mfn. suffering from it Cat
⋙ vātaśleṣmajvara
○śleṣma-jvara m. a fever ascribed to the wind and phlegm ib
⋙ vātasakha
○sakha mfn. (fire) having wind as friend or companion BhP
⋙ vātasaṃcāra
○saṃcāra m. hiccough L
⋙ vātasaha
○saha mf(ā)n. bearing or enduring the wind (as a ship) MBh
• suffering from gout or rheumatism L
⋙ vātasārathi
○sārathi m. 'having the Wind as charioteer', Agni or Fire L
⋙ vātasuta
○suta m. a dissolute companion of a king or of a courtezan who knows one art (kalā) L. (cf. -putra)
⋙ vātaskandha
○skandha m. 'wind-region', the quarter from which the wind blows (seven are enumerated) R
• N. of a Ṛishi MBh
⋙ vātasvana
○svana (vā́ta-), mfn. sounding like wind RV. (also ○nas)
• m. N. of a mountain MārkP
⋙ vātahata
○hata mfn. smitten by the wind (with vartman n. a partic. disease of the eyelid) Suśr
• mad Buddh
⋙ vātahan
○han mfn. = -ghna Suśr
• (-ghnī), f. Physalis Flexuosa L
• Desmodium Gangeticum L
• Sida Cordifolia L
• a species of shrub (= śimṛḍī) L
⋙ vātahara
○hara mfn. = -ghna Suśr
⋙ vātahuḍā
○huḍā f. = -khuḍā (with vḷ. rāja-śoṇita for vāta-ś○) L
⋙ vātahoma
○homá m. air-oblation (offered with the hollowed hand) ŚBr. Kāṭh
⋙ vātākhya
vātâkhya n. a house with two halls (one looking south and the other east) VarBṛS
⋙ vātāgara
vātâgara (āgara prob. for āgāra), g. utkarâdi (○rīya, mfn. ib.)
⋙ vātāgra
vātâgrá n. the point of the wind TS
⋙ vātāṭa
vātâṭa m. 'wind-goer', a horse of the sun L
• an antelope L
⋙ vātāṇḍa
vātâṇḍa m. swelling of the testicles (mfn. suffering from it) L
⋙ vātātapika
vātâtapika mfn. occurring in wind and sunshine Car
⋙ vātātisāra
vātâtisāra m. dysentery produced by vitiated wind MW
⋙ vātātmaka
vātâtmaka mfn. having a rheumatic nature Car
⋙ vātātmaja
vātâtmaja m. 'son of the Wind', patr. of Hanu-mat R
• of Bhīma-sena MBh
⋙ vātātman
vātâtman mfn. having the nature of wind or air, airy Mahīdh
⋙ vātāda
vātâda m. 'air-eater', a kind of animal Car
• the almond tree L. (cf. bāḍāma)
⋙ vātādhipa
vātâdhipa m. = vāta-pati MBh
⋙ vātādhvan
vātâdhvan m. 'wind-way', air-hole, a round window BhP. (cf. 1. vātâyana)
⋙ vātanulomana
vātanulomana or mfn. forcing the wṭwind in the right direction or downwards (as in inflating she lungs) Suśr
⋙ vātanulomin
vātanuloḍmin mfn. forcing the wind in the right direction or downwards (as in inflating she lungs) Suśr
⋙ vātāparjanya
vātā-parjanyá m. du. wind and rain (or the gods Vāta and Parjanya) RV. x, 66, 10
⋙ vātāpaha
vātâpaha mfn. = vāta-ghna Suśr
⋙ vātāpi
vā́tâpi mfn. (āpi fr. ā-√pyai) wṭwind-swelled, fermenting RV. i, 187, 8
• m. (fr. āpi, 'frieud, ally') 'having the wind as an ally', N. of an Asura (son of Hrāda
• he is said to have been devoured by the Muni Agastya) MBh. R. &c. (also ○pin)
• (ī), f. N. of a town (also called ○pi-purī) Inscr
-dviṣ, -sūdana or -han m. N. of Agastya L
⋙ vātāpya
vā́tâpya mfn. vātâpa RV
• n. swelling, fermentation ib
⋙ vātābhra
vātâbhra n. a wind-driven cloud Inscr
⋙ vātāmodā
vātâmodā f. musk L. 1
⋙ vātāyana
vātâyana mfn. (for 2. See col. 2) moving in the wind or air MBh
• m. 'moving or fleet as wind', a horse L
• n. 'wind-passage', a window, airhole, loop-hole Kāv. Kathās. &c
• a balcony, portico, terrace on the roof of a house Vcar. Kathās. &c. (-valabhī VarBṛS. Sch.)
-gata mfn. gone to or being at a window R
-cchidra-rajas or -rajas n. a partic. measure of magnitude (= 7 Truṭis) Lalit
-stha mfn. standing or being at the window MW
⋙ vātāri
vātâri m. 'enemy of wind-disease', N. of various plants (esp. Ricinus Communis
• Asparagus Racemosus
• Ptychotis Ajowan
• Embelia Ribes &c.) L
-taṇḍulā f. Embelia Ribes L
⋙ vātālī
vātâlī f. a whirlwind, gale Kathās
⋙ vātāvat
vātā́-vat mfn. windy, airy TS. Br
• m. N. of a man (cf. vātāvata, col. 2)
⋙ vātāvalī
vātâvalī f. = vātâlī Ratnâv
⋙ vātāśa
vātâśa or m. 'wind-eater', a serpent Kāv. Rājat. [Page 935, Column 2]
⋙ vātāśin
vātâśin m. 'wind-eater', a serpent Kāv. Rājat. [Page 935, Column 2]
⋙ vātāśva
vātâśva m. a horse swift as the wind Kathās
⋙ vātāṣṭhīlā
vātâṣṭhīlā f. 'wind-globe', a hard globular swelling in the lower belly Car
⋙ vātāsaha
vātā-saha mfn. = vāta-s○, rheumatic, gouty L
⋙ vātāsṛj
vātâsṛj or n. a partic. class of diseases (= vāta-rakta, q.v.) Bhpr
⋙ vātāsra
vātâsra n. a partic. class of diseases (= vāta-rakta, q.v.) Bhpr
⋙ vātāhata
vātâhata mfn. stirred or shaken by the wṭwind (-nau f. a ship tossed by the wind) MW
• struck by wind-disease, affected by rheumatism W
⋙ vātāhati
vātâhati f. 'wind-stroke', a violent gust of wind Kathās
• an attack of rheumatism or gout W
⋙ vātāhāra
vātâhāra mfn. one who feeding only on air L
⋙ vātaikabhakṣa
vātâika-bhakṣa mfn. feeding only on air, fasting Ml
⋙ vāteśvaratīrtha
vātêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha Cat
⋙ vātottha
vātôttha mfn. = vāta-ja Suśr
⋙ vātodarin
vātôdarin mfn. 'wind-bellied', having the belly swollen from flatulence ib
⋙ vātona
vātôna mfn. deficient in wind or windy humour MW
• (ā), f. a species of plant L. (vḷ. pratānā)
⋙ vātopajūta
vātôpajūta mfn. = vāta-jūta MW
⋙ vātopadhūta
vā́tôpadhūta mfn. shaken or impelled by the wind RV. x, 91, 7
⋙ vātopasṛṣṭa
vātôpasṛṣṭa mfn. affected with wṭwind-disease, rheumatic, gouty &c. Suśr
⋙ vātormī
vātôrmī f. a wave moved by the wind Chandom
• a kind of metre ib
≫ vātaka
vātaka m. Marsilea Quadrifolia L
⋙ vātakapiṇḍaka
○piṇḍaka m. an impotent man (born without testicles) Car. (cf. vāta-paṇḍa)
≫ vātaki
vātaki m. N. of a man, g. kurv-ādi
≫ vātakin
vātakin mfn. suffering from wind-disease, rheumatic, gouty Pāṇ. 5-2, 129
≫ vātakya
vātakya m. patr. fr. vātaki g. kurv-ādi
≫ vātaya
vātaya Nom. P. ○yati (cf. √2. vāt and Dhātup. xxxv, 30), to fan, ventilate Kāś
≫ vātara
vātara mfn. windy, stormy W
• swift as the wind ib
≫ vātarāyaṇa
vātarāyaṇa m. pl. N. of a partic. school (cf. next)
• (only L.) an arrow
• arrow's flight, bowshot
• a saw
• a mountain peak
• a madman
• an idler
• the Sarala tree
≫ vātarāyaṇīya
vātarāyaṇīya m. pl. N. of a partic. school AV. Paipp
≫ vātala
vātala mf(ā)n. windy, stormy (= vātula) L
• flatulent Suśr
• m. a sort of pulse, Cicer Arietinum L
• (ā), f. (with or scil. yoni) a morbid state of the uterus Suśr. ŚārṅgS
⋙ vātalamaṇḍalī
○maṇḍalī f. a whirlwind L
≫ vātavata
vātavata m. patr. fr. vāta-vat PañcavBr
≫ vātāyana 2
vātāyana m. (for 1. See above, col. 1) patr. of Anila and Ulu RAnukr. (also pl. Pravar.)
• a partic. school of the Sāma-veda, Āryav
• N. of a chamberlain Śak
• pl. N. of a people MBh
≫ vātāyu
vātāyu m. an antelope L
≫ vātāvata
vātāvata m. patr. fr. vātā-vat AitBr
≫ vāti
vāti m. (only L.) air, wind
• the sun
• the moon
≫ vātika
vātika mf(ī)n. windy, stormy L
• affected by wind-disease, rheumatic L
• exciting or allaying wind (in the body) Pat
• produced by or proceeding from disorder of the wind Suśr
• mad MW
• m. a man of mere words, noisy talker, flatterer MBh
• a juggler or conjurer MBh. Hcar
• a person who cures poison, dealer in antidotes L
• the bird Cātaka Sāh. (cf. vātīka)
• N. of an attendant of Skanda MBh
⋙ vātikakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa m. N. of a pass leading to lake Mānasa MBh
⋙ vātikapiṇḍaka
○piṇḍaka m. = vātaka-p○ Car
⋙ vātikaṣaṇḍa
○ṣaṇḍa m. = -khaṇḍa MBh. (B.)
≫ vātiga
vātiga mfn. acquainted with or working in minerals L
• m. a mineralogist, metallurgist, or = next L
⋙ vātigagama
○gama m. Solanum Melongena L
⋙ vātigaṃgaṇa
○ṃgaṇa m. id. L
≫ vātī
vātī in comp. for 1. vāta
⋙ vātīkāra
○kārá m. a partic. disease of the eyes AV
⋙ vātīkṛta
○kṛta (vātī́-), n. id. ib
-nāśana mfn. curing the above disease ib
≫ vātīka
vātīka m. a kind of bird Car. (cf. vātika)
≫ vātīya
vātīya mfn. windy, relating or belonging to wind &c. W
• sour rice-gruel L
≫ vātula
vātula mfn. windy L
• affected by wind-disease, gouty, rheumatic W
• mad, crazy Bhartṛ
• m. N. of certain leguminous plants causing flatulence, (Cicer Arietinum, Panicum Italicum &c.) L
• a whirlwind, gale L
• n. N. of a Tantra Hcat. (also written vātūla and vāthula)
⋙ vātulabhedādikatantra
○bhedâdika-tantra n
⋙ vātulaśuddhāgama
○śuddhâgama m. N. of Tantric wks
≫ vātulānaka
vātulānaka m. or n. (?) N. of a place Rājat
≫ vātuli
vātuli f. a large bat ('the flying fox') L
≫ vātūla
vātūla mf(ā)n. inflated with wind or affected with wind-disease, gouty, rheumatic &c. L
• mad, insane Rājat
• (ifc.) entirely devoted to or bent upon HPariś
• m. a whirlwind, gale, hurricane L
• N. of a Mantra(?) Pat
• n. N. of a Tantra (cf. vātula)
⋙ vātūlasūtra
○sūtra n. N. of wk
≫ vātūlībhrama
vātūlī-bhrama m. a whirlwind Nalac
≫ vātṛ
vātṛ m. 'blower', air, wind L
≫ vātoka
vātoka m. N. of a poet L. 1. [Page 935, Column 3]
⋙ vātya
vā́tya mfn. (for 2. See sa-vātya) being in the wind &c. VS
≫ vātyā
vātyā f. a strong wind, gale, storm, hurricane Kāv. Kathās. &c
⋙ vātyācakra
○cakra n. a whirlwind Veṇis
⋙ vātyaupamya
vātyâupamya mfn. resembling a storm BhP
≫ vātyāya
vātyāya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble a storm Kathās
≫ vāna 1
vāna mfn. (for 2. See p. 940) blown &c. (cf. nir-vāṇa)
• n. blowing L
• a perfume, fragrance L
• living ib
• going, moving, rolling W
• the rolling of water or of the tide (esp. the high wave in Indian rivers, commonly called 'the Bore') ib
vāṃśa mf(ī)n. (fr. vaṃśa) relating or belonging to sugar-cane Car
• made of bamboo W
• (ī), f. bamboo-manna Car. Bhpr
⋙ vāṃśakaṭhinika
○kaṭhinika mfn. (fr. vaṃśa-kathiṇa) dealing in bamboo-poles Pāṇ. 4-4, 72 Sch
⋙ vāṃśabhārika
○bhārika mfn. (fr. vaṃśa-bhāra) carrying a load of bamboos Pāṇ. 5-1, 50
≫ vāṃśika
vāṃśika mfn. = vāṃśa-bhārika Pāṇ. ib
• m. a flute-player, piper L
• a bamboo-cutter W
vāḥ-kiṭi vāḥ-puṣpa &c. See under vār, p. 943, col. 1
vāka See bāka and p. 936, col. 2
vākala-rāśi m. N. of a Śaiva ascetic Inscr
vākāra-kṛt m. N. of a man Saṃskārak
vākina m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 4-1, 158
• (ī), f. N. of a Tantra deity Cat. (cf. ḍākinī, rākiṇī, lākinī)
≫ vākinakāyani
vākinakāyani or m. patr. fr. vākina Pāṇ. 4-1, 158
⋙ vākini
vākini m. patr. fr. vākina Pāṇ. 4-1, 158
vākucī f. Vernonia Anthelmintica L
vākula See bākula
vākôpavāka &c. See p.936, col. 2
vāk-kalaha &c. See p. 936, col. 1
vākya &c. See p. 936, col. 2
vāg-atita &c. See p. 936, col. 3
vāgara m. (only L.) ascertainment
• a scholar, Paṇḍit
• a hero, brave man
• one desirous of final emancipation
• submarine fire
• an obstacle
• a wolf
• = vāṭa-veṣṭaka
• = śāṇa
vāgā f. a bridle L. (prob. wṛ. for valgā)
vāgāyana m. patr. Saṃskārak. (cf. vāgmāyana)
vāgu (prob.) f. N. of a river Cat
vāguji or vāgujī f. = vākucī L
vāguñjāra m. a species of fish L
vāguṇa n. Averrhoa Carambola L
vāgurā f. a net (for catching deer or wild animals), trap, toils, snare, noose MBh. Kāv. and c
⋙ vāgurāvṛtti
○vṛtti mfn. one who lives by snaring animals Mn. x, 32
• f. livelihood obtained by snaring or catching animals W
≫ vāgura
vāgura m. the son of a Vaiśya and a Venī L
• N. of a poet Cat
≫ vāguri
vāguri m. N. of a writer on medicine Cat
≫ vāgurika
vāgurika m. a deer-catcher, hunter Ragh
vāguli = paṭi L
vāgusa m. a species of large fish L
vāgoyāna m. or n. (?) N. of a place Kshitîś
vāg-guṇa vāg-guda &c. See p. 936, col. 3
vāghát m. (prob. fr. a √vāgh = vāh = vah
Ved. inf. vā́he) the institutor of a sacrifice RV. (accord. to Nigh. = ṛtvij, or medhāvin)
vāghella N. of a family Cat
vāṅka m. (cf. √2. vak, and vaṅka) the ocean, sea L
vāṅkṣ (connected with √vāñck, cf. kāṅkṣ), cl. 1. P. vāṅkṣati, to wish, desire, long for Dhātup. xvii, 17. [Page 936, Column 1]
vāṅga m. a king of the Vaṅgas VarBṛS. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 170 Sch.)
• N. of a poet Cat
≫ vāṅgaka
vāṅgaka m. a reverer of the Vaṅgas or of their king Pāṇ. 4-3, 100 Sch
≫ vāṅgāri
vāṅgāri m. patr. Pravar
≫ vāṅgāla
vāṅgāla m. (in music) a partic. Rāga Saṃgīt
• (ī), f. a partic. Rāgiṇī ib
vāṅ-nidhana vāṅ-matī &c. See P. 937, cols. 1 and 2
vā́c f. (fr. √vac) speech, voice, talk, language (also of animals), sound (also of inanimate objects as of the stones used for pressing, of a drum &c.) RV. &c. &c. (vācam-√ṛ, īr, or iṣ, to raise the voice, utter a sound, cry, call)
• a word, saying, phrase, sentence, statement, asseveration Mn. MBh. &c. (vācaṃ-√vad, to speak words
vācaṃ vyā-√hṛ, to utter words
vācaṃ-√dā with dat., to address words to
vācā satyaṃ-√kṛ, to promise verbally in marriage, plight troth)
• Speech personified (in various manners or forms, e.g. as Vāc Ambhṛiṇī in RV. x, 125 ; as the voice of the middle sphere in Naigh. and Nir. ; in the Veda she is also represented as created by Prajā-pati and married to him ; in other places she is called the mother of the Vedas and wife of Indra ; in VP. she is the daughter of Daksha and wife of Kaśyapa ; but most frequently she is identified with Bhāratī or Sarasvatī, the goddess of speech
vācaḥ sāma and vāco vratam, N. of Sāmans ĀrshBr
vācaḥ stomaḥ, a partic. Ekâha ŚrS.)
⋙ vācchalya
○chalya wṛ. for vāk-ch○ MBh. xii, 530
≫ vāk
vāk in comp. for vāc
⋙ vākkalaha
○kalaha m. 'speech-strife', quarrel, dispute Prab
⋙ vākkīra
○kīra m. 'parrot or repeater of what has been said', i.e. 'always officious or obliging (?)', a wife's brother L
⋙ vākkūṭa
○kūṭa m. N. of a poet Sadukt
⋙ vākkeli
○keli or f. a word-jesting, witty conversation Daśar. Sāh. Pratāp
⋙ vākkelī
○keḍlī f. a word-jesting, witty conversation Daśar. Sāh. Pratāp
⋙ vākkoka
○koka m. N. of a poet Sadukt
⋙ vākkṣata
○kṣata n. injurious speech MBh. Pañcat
⋙ vākcakṣus
○cakṣus n. sg. speech and sight Yājñ
⋙ vākcapala
○capala mfn. talking flippantly or idly, a careless talker Mn. MBh
⋙ vākcāpalya
○cāpalya n. flippancy of speech, idle talk Yājñ
⋙ vākcit
○cít mfn. arranged in layers with certain formularies of speech ŚBr
⋙ vākchala
○chala n. the mere semblance of a voice Kād. (sg. or pl.) untruthful talk Hariv. (vḷ.) Kathās
• prevarication or perversion of the words of an opponent in disputation Nyāyas
○lânvita mfn. equivocating, evasive W
⋙ vākchalya
○chalya n. = -śalya, q.v. Hariv
⋙ vāktvaca
○tvaca n. sg. (said to be a Dvandva comp.) Pāṇ. 5-æ106 Sch
⋙ vāktviṣa
○tviṣa n. sg. (said to be a Dvandva comp.) ib
⋙ vākpaṭu
○paṭu mfn. skilled in speech, eloquent Hit. ŚārṅgP. Cāṇ
-tā f. or -tva n. skill in speech, eloquence Kāv. Hit. &c
⋙ vākpati
○páti m. a lord of speech VS. Kāṭh. &c
• N. of Bṛihas-pati or the planet Jupiter R. Var. and v
• a master of speech eloquent man L
• a Śaiva saint of a partic. degree of perfection Bādar. Sch
• N. of a poet Sadukt
• mf(i or tnī)n. eloquent L
-rāja m. N. of a poet Rājat. ŚārṅgP. &c
○ja-deva m. N. of a king of Mālava Inscr
• N. of a poet Daśar. Sch
⋙ vākpatīya
○patī́ya (TBr.) or (Kāṭh.), n. mastery of speech
⋙ vākpatya
○patya (Kāṭh.), n. mastery of speech
⋙ vākpatha
○patha mfn. suitable or seasonable for discourse W
• m. an opportunity or moment fit for speech MBh
• the compass or range of speech (vâk-patha-pāram avâpita, passed beyond the range of speech indescribable
atī7ta-v○ id.) Śiś. Naish
⋙ vākpavitra
○pavitra (vā́k-), mfn. having speech as a means of purifying TS
⋙ vākpā
○pā́ mfn. protecting speech TS. AitBr
⋙ vākpāṭava
○pāṭava n. skilfulness in speech, eloquence Cat
-nirukti f. N. of a Kāvya
⋙ vākpāruṣya
○pāruṣya n. harshness of speech ŚārṅgP
• abusive words, insulting or scurrilous language Mn. Pañcat
⋙ vākpuṣṭā
○puṣṭā f. N. of a princess Rājat
○ṭâṭavii f. N. of a forest called after her ib
⋙ vākpuṣpa
○puṣpa n. pl. 'speech-flowers', high-soaring words Hariv. Kathās
⋙ vākpūta
○pūta (vā́k-), mfn. purified by spṭspeech MaitrS
⋙ vākpracodana
○pracodana n. a command expressed in words
• (āt), ind. in consequence of a command, in obedience to an order R
⋙ vākpratoda
○pratoda m. goading words, cutting or taunting language R
⋙ vākpradā
○pradā f. N. of the river Sarasvatī L
⋙ vākpralāpa
○pralāpa m. readiness of speech, eloquence MBh
⋙ vākpravadiṣu
○pravadiṣu mfn. coming forward as a speaker ĀśvŚr
⋙ vākpraśasta
○praśasta mfn. consecrated or declared pure by certain formularies of speech Gaut
⋙ vākprasārin
○prasārin mfn. spreading out or exuberant in speech eloquent
○ri-kāma (prob. wṛ. for -prasārikā-kāma or -prasāra-k○), mfn. wishing that (a child) may advance in speaking PārGṛ
⋙ vākśalākā
○śalākā f. 'pointed speech', injurious speech MBh. [Page 936, Column 2]
⋙ vākśalya
○śalya n. 'speech-dart', injurious speech MBh. R. Kathās. (cf. -chalya)
⋙ vākśavahū
○śava-hū mfn. (said of a Saṃhitā) SaṃhUp
⋙ vākśasta
○śasta mfn. = -praśasta above Yājñ
⋙ vāksaṃyama
○saṃyama m. restraint or control of spṭspeech MBh
⋙ vāksaṃvara
○saṃvara m. restraint of speech, caution in speaking Lalit. (wṛ. vākya-vara)
⋙ vāksaṅga
○saṅga m. sticking fast or impediment in speech, impeded or slow speech (of aged persons) MBh
• paralysis of speech Suśr
⋙ vāksāyaka
○sāyaka m. an arrow-like word MBh. Śiś
⋙ vāksāra
○sāra m. vigour of speech, eloquence VarBṛS
⋙ vāksiddha
○siddha n. supernatural perfection in spṭspeech Pañcar
⋙ vākstambha
○stambha m. paralysis of speech Vāgbh
≫ vāka
vāká mfn. sounding, speaking (ifc
• cf. cakra-v○, cīrī-v○)
• m. (RV. &c.) or (ā́), f. (VS. MaitrS.) a text, recitation or formula (in certain ceremonies), rite
• m. pl. chattering, murmuring, humming AV
• n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr
⋙ vākopavāka
vākôpavāka n. speech and reply, dialogue Sāh
⋙ vākovākya
vākovākyá n. id. (also N. of partic. Vedic texts) ŚBr. ChUp. &c. (cf. IW. 295, n. 1)
≫ vākāṭaka
vākāṭaka m. pl. N. of a family of princes Inscr
≫ vāku
vāku See kṛka-vā́ku and ni-vāku
≫ vākya
vākya n. (ifc. f. ā) speech, saying, assertion, statement, command, words (mama vākyāt, in my words, in my name) MBh. &c. &c
• a declaration (in law), legal evidence Mn
• an express declṭdeclaration or statement (opp. to liṅga, 'a hint' or indication) Sarvad
• betrothment Nār
• a sentence, period RāmatUp. Pāṇ. Vārtt. &c
• a mode of expression Cat
• a periphrastic mode of expression Pāṇ. Sch. Siddh
• a rule, precept, aphorism MW
• a disputation MBh
• (in logic) an argument, syllogism or member of a syllogism
• the singing of birds Hariv
• (in astron.) the solar process in computations MW
⋙ vākyakaṇṭha
○kaṇṭha mfn. one whose speech is in the throat, being on the point of speaking anything MBh
⋙ vākyakara
○kara mfn. (ifc.) executing the words or commands (of another) R
⋙ vākyakaraṇasiddhānta
○karaṇa-siddhânta m. N. of wk
⋙ vākyakāra
○kāra m. the author of (a Vedânta wk. called) Vākya Sarvad
⋙ vākyakhaṇḍana
○khaṇḍana n. refutation of an argument W
⋙ vākyagarbhita
○garbhita n. insertion of a parenthesis Pratāp
⋙ vākyagraha
○graha m. paralysis of speech Suśr
⋙ vākyacandrikā
○candrikā f
⋙ vākyatattva
○tattva n. N. of wks
⋙ vākyatas
○tas ind. conformably to the saying MW
⋙ vākyatā
○tā f. in gadgada-v○, a stammering utterance Suśr
⋙ vākyatva
○tva n. the being a word or speech Sāy
• the consisting of words Sarvad
• the being a sentence or period Sāh
• (ifc.) pronunciation Suśr
⋙ vākyadīpikā
○dīpikā f. N. of wk
⋙ vākyadhṛk
○dhṛk mfn. having a commission from any one (gen.) R
⋙ vākyapañcādhyāyī
○pañcâdhyāyī f. N. of wk
⋙ vākyapada
○pada n. a word in a sentence MW
• (ī), f. N. of wk
⋙ vākyapadīya
○padīya n. N. of a celebrated wk. on the science of grammar by Bhartṛi-hari (divided into Brahma-kāṇḍa or Āgama-samuccaya, Vākya-kāṇḍa, Pada-kāṇḍa or Prakīrṇaka)
⋙ vākyapaddhati
○paddhati f. the manner or rule of constructing sentences MW
⋙ vākyapūraṇa
○pūraṇa mfn. the filling up of a sentence Nir
⋙ vākyaprakaraṇa
○prakaraṇa n
⋙ vākyaprakāśa
○prakāśa m. N. of wks
⋙ vākyapradīpa
○pradīpa wṛ. for -padīya, q.v. Cat
⋙ vākyaprabandha
○prabandha m. connected flow of words, connected composition or narrative Dhātup
⋙ vākyaprayoga
○prayoga m. employment or application of speech or language W
⋙ vākyabheda
○bheda m. difference of assertion Jaim
• division of a sentence (vākya-bhedād a-nighātaḥ, because there is a division of the sentence there is no grave but an acute accent) Ml
• pl. contradictory statements Mudr
-vāda m. N. of wk
⋙ vākyamañjarī
○mañjarī f. N. of sev. wks
⋙ vākyamālā
○mālā f. connection or sequence of several sentences Kāvyâd
• N. of a Comm
⋙ vākyaracanā
○racanā f. formation of speech, speaking, talking R. Sch
• the arrangement or construction of sentences, syntax MW
⋙ vākyaratna
○ratna n. N. of wk
⋙ vākyavajra
○vajra n. (sg. or pl.) words which fall like a thunderbolt, crushing words, strong language R
-viṣama mfn. rough or harsh (through the use of such words) BhP
⋙ vākyavara
○vara wṛ. for vāk-saṃvara, q.v. Lalit
⋙ vākyavāda
○vāda m. N. of sev. wks
⋙ vākyavinyāsa
○vinyāsa m. the arrangement or order of a sentence, syntax W
⋙ vākyavivaraṇa
○vivaraṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ vākyaviśārada
○viśārada mfn. skilled in speech, eloquent W
⋙ vākyaviśeṣa
○viśeṣa m. a particular or special statement W
⋙ vākyavṛtti
○vṛtti f
⋙ vākyavṛttiprakāśikā
○vṛtḍtiprakāśikā f
⋙ vākyavṛttivyākhyā
○vṛtḍti-vyākhyā f. N. of wks
⋙ vākyaśalākā
○śalākā f. = vāk-ś○, q.v. MBh
⋙ vākyaśeṣa
○śeṣa m. 'speech-remainder (in an ellipsis)', the part of a sentence which is wanting and has to be supplied, the words needed to complete an elliptical sentence (also -tva n.) Jaim. ĀpŚr. Sch. Vikr
⋙ vākyaśruti
○śruti f. (with aparokṣânubhūti) N. of wk
⋙ vākyasaṃyoga
○saṃyoga m. grammatical construction Nir
⋙ vākyasaṃkīrṇa
○saṃkīrṇa n. confusion of two sentences Pratāp. [Page 936, Column 3]
⋙ vākyasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m
⋙ vākyasāra
○sāra m. or n. N. of wks
⋙ vākyasārathi
○sārathi m. a chief speaker, spokesman R
⋙ vākyasiddhāntastotra
○siddhânta-stotra n
⋙ vākyasudhā
○sudhā f. N. of wks
⋙ vākyastha
○stha mfn. (ifc.) attentive to words, obsequious Suśr
• = next W
⋙ vākyasthita
○sthita mfn. being or contained in a sentence ib
• attentive to what is said MW
⋙ vākyasphoṭa
○sphoṭa See sphoṭa
⋙ vākyasvara
○svara m. the accent in a word or sentence Cat
⋙ vākyahāriṇī
○hāriṇī f. a female messenger, fṭfemale messenger of love L
⋙ vākyāḍambara
vākyâḍambara m. bombastic language, turgidity Pratāp
⋙ vākyādhyāhāra
vākyâdhyāhāra m. supplying what is wanting in a sentence Pāṇ
⋙ vākyāmṛta
vākyâmṛta n. N. of various wks
⋙ vākyārtha
vākyârtha m. the meaning or contents of a sentṭsentence VS. Prāt. Sch. Tarkas. Kāvyâd
-candrikā f. -darpaṇa, -dīpikā f. -bodha m. -viveka m. N. of wks
○thôpamā f. a simile in which the resemblance of two things is specified in detail Kāvyâd
⋙ vākyālaṃkāra
vākyâlaṃkāra m. ornament of speech L
⋙ vākyālāpa
vākyâlāpa in. talking together, conversation MW
⋙ vākyopacāra
vākyôpacāra m. practice or employment of words, speaking R
≫ vākṣasad
vākṣa-sád mfn. (in a formula
• accord. to Sch. vākṣa = vāc) TS
≫ vāg
vāg in comp. for vāc
⋙ vāgatīta
○atī7ta m. a partic. mixed caste Cat
⋙ vāgadhipa
○adhipa m. 'lord of speech', N. of Bṛihas-pati Kir
⋙ vāganta
○anta m. the end or pitch of voice, the highest voice KātySr
• mfn. ending with vāc ib
⋙ vāgapahāraka
○apahāraka mfn. 'word-stealer', one who appropriates to himself what has been spoken or written by others, a reader of prohibited works or passages Mn. Yājñ
⋙ vāgapeta
○apêta mfn. destitute of speech, dumb KaushUp
⋙ vāgartha
○artha m. du. a word and its sense (between which, accord. to the Mīmāṃsā, there is an eternal connection) Ragh
⋙ vāgasi
○asi m. 'speech-sword', sharp or cutting speech W
⋙ vāgāḍambara
○āḍambara m. boastful or bombastic Ianguige Śiś. Sch
⋙ vāgātman
○ātman mfn. consisting of words Uttarar
⋙ vāgādipitrya
○ādipitrya n. (with ṛtūnām) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr
⋙ vāgālambana
○ālambana fr. depending on mere words or on some merely verbal difference MW
⋙ vāgāśīrdatta
○āśīrdatta m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Vārtt. 3 Pat
⋙ vāgindra
○indra m. N. of a son of Prakāśa MBh
⋙ vāgīśa
○īśa mfn. one who is a master of language, eloquent, an orator, author, poet &c. (frequently at the end of names of scholars) MBh. Kāv
• N. of Bṛihas-pati or the planet Jupiter VarBṛS
• of Brahmā Kum. BhP
• (also with bhaṭṭâcārya) N. of various authors Cat
• (ā), f. N. of Sarasvatī Sāy
-tīrtha m. N. of a scholar Cat
-tva n. mastery of language, eloquence Pañcar
⋙ vāgīśvara
○īśvara m. a master of language, an orator GāruḍaP. Pañcar
• (with Buddhists) a deified sage (= Mañju-ghosha) MW
• N. of Brahmā L
• of a Jina Buddh
• (also with bhaṭṭa) of various authors Sarvad. Cat
• (ī), f. N. of Sarasvatī Cat
-kīrti m. N. of a teacher Buddh
-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
○rī-datta m. N. of an author Cat
○rī-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ vāguttara
○uttara n. the last word, end of a speech MBh
• speech and reply MW
⋙ vāgṛṣabha
○ṛṣabha m. any one eminent in speech, an eloquent man
-tva n. eminence in speaking, eloquence R
⋙ vāgguṇa
○guṇa m. excellence of speech L
⋙ vāgguda
○guda m. a kind of bat or bird Mn. xii, 64
⋙ vāggumpha
○gumpha m. pl. 'word-weaving', artificial language Cat
⋙ vāgguli
○guli or m. the betel-bearer (of a king or prince &c.) L
⋙ vāggulika
○guḍlika m. the betel-bearer (of a king or prince &c.) L
⋙ vāgghastavat
○ghastavat (vāc + hasta), mfn. possessed of speech and hands Pañcat. Hit
⋙ vāgjāla
○jāla n. a confused mass or multitude of words Śiś
⋙ vāgjyotis
○jyotis (vā́g-), mfn. receiving light or enlightenment by speech ŚBr
⋙ vāgḍambara
○ḍambara m. n. loud-sounding or boastful language, grandiloquence Kāv
• graceful or eloquent language MW
⋙ vāgdaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. verbal rebuke or reprimand, reproof, admonition Mn. Yājñ
• du. insult and assault (○ḍayoḥ pāruṣyam or ○ḍa-paruṣye, violence both by words and blows, violence both of language and bodily assault) Mn. Gaut. Hit
• speech-control, restraint of speech Mn. xii, 10
-jā mfn. arising from insulting langṭlanguage and bodily assault (with pāruṣyam See above) Mn. vii, 48
⋙ vāgdaṇḍaka
○daṇḍaka (prob. m.) pl. long-extended speeches Car
⋙ vāgdatta
○datta mf(ā)n. 'given by word of mouth', promised W
• (ā), f. a betrothed virgin Kull. on Mn. v, 72
⋙ vāgdaridra
○daridra mfn. poor in speech, of few words L
⋙ vāgdala
○dala n. 'speech-leaf', a lip L
⋙ vāgdā
○dā mfn. bestowing voice (in a formula) ĀpŚr
⋙ vāgdāna
○dāna n. 'gift by word of mouth', the promise or betrothment of a maiden in marriage Siṃhâs. Kull
-prayoga m. N. of wk
⋙ vāgdurukta
○dur-ukta n. hard or injurious words MBh
⋙ vāgduṣṭa
○duṣṭa mfn. speaking badly or ill
• m. a rude or insulting speaker Mn. MBh. Hariv
• = vrātya, an out-caste or a Brāhman who has passed the proper time of life without investiture with the sacred thread &c. L. [Page 937, Column 1]
• N. of a Brāhman Hariv
⋙ vāgdevatā
○devatā f. the divinity of speech, Sarasvatī Vcar. Sāh. Tantras
-guru m. 'master of words', N. of Kāli-dāsa Piṅg. Sch. (in a quot.)
-stava m. N. of wk
⋙ vāgdevatāka
○devatāka mfn. sacred to Sarasvatī Kull. on Mn. viii, 105
⋙ vāgdevatya
○devatya mfn. consecrated to speech ŚāṅkhŚr
⋙ vāgdevī
○devī f. the goddess of speech, Sarasvatī Kāv. Rājat. &c
-kula n. science, learning, eloquence MW
⋙ vāgdaivatya
○daivatya mfn. sacred to SarṭSarasvatī Mn. viii, 105
⋙ vāgdoṣa
○doṣa m. 'speech-fault', speaking badly or ill abusive or ungrammatical speech W
• uttering a disagreeable sound Hit
⋙ vāgdvāra
○dvāra n. entrance to speech (kṛta-v○ mfn. anything to the description of which a way has been facilitated) Ragh
• N. of a place W
⋙ vāgbaddha
○baddha mfn. suppressing speech, saying nothing, silent Kathās
⋙ vāgbandhana
○bandhana n. the obstruction or suppression of speech, silencing, silence (○nampra-√kṛ, to silence) Amar
⋙ vāgbali
○bali m. N. of a man Cat
⋙ vāgbrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. a Brāhmaṇa which treats of Vāc AitĀr
⋙ vāgbhaṅga
○bhaṅga m. vḷ. for vāk-saṅga (q.v.)
⋙ vāgbhaṭa
○bhaṭa m. N. of a writer on rhetoric (author of the Vāg-bhaṭâlaṃkāra) Cat
• of a writer on medicine ib
• of other authors and learned men ib
-kośa (?), m. -śārīra-sthāna n. -sūtra-sthāna, n
○ṭâlaṃkāra m. N. of wks
⋙ vāgbhaṭṭa
○bhaṭṭa wṛ. for -bhaṭa Cat
-maṇḍana n. N. of wk
⋙ vāgbhūṣanakāvya
○bhūṣanakāvya n. N. of wk
⋙ vāgbhṛt
○bhṛ́t mfn. bearing or supporting speech ŚBr
⋙ vāgmanasa
○manasa See vāṅ-m○
⋙ vāgmin
○mín mfn. See below
⋙ vāgmūla
○mūla See vāṅ-m○
⋙ vāgyajña
○yajña m. an offering made in words Siṃhâs
⋙ vāgyata
○yata mfn. restrained in speech, reserved, silent ŚāṅkhBr. GṛŚrS. &c
⋙ vāgyama
○yama m. one who has controlled his spṭspeech, a sage A
⋙ vāgyamana
○yamana n. restraint of speech, silence ŚrS
⋙ vāgyāma
○yāma mfn. = -yata Pāṇ. 3-2, 40 Sch
• m. a dumb man, one silent from necessity W
⋙ vāgyuddha
○yuddha n. war of words, controversy, vehement debate or discussion MW
⋙ vāgyoga
○yoga m. correct use of words Pat
⋙ vāgrodha
○rodha m. = -bandhana MW
⋙ vāgvajra
○vajra n. words which fall like a thunderbolt, violent or strong language Śiksh. R. BhP. mfn. one whose words are like thunderbolts BhP
⋙ vāgvaṭa
○vaṭa m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vāgvat
○vat mfn. having speech, connected with spṭspeech AitBr
-vatī-tīrṭha-yātrā-prakāśa m. N. of wk
⋙ vāgvada
○vada m. (prob.) a kind of bat Gaut. Sch. (vḷ. valgu-da)
⋙ vāgvāda
○vāda m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 6-3, 109 Vārtt. 2 Pat
⋙ vāgvādinī
○vādinī f. N. of a goddess Cat
-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ vāgvid
○vid mfn. skilled in speech, eloquent Kāvyâd. Śiś
⋙ vāgvidagdha
○vidagdha mfn. id. (-tā f.) Vet
• (ā), f. a kindly-speaking or agreeable woman MW
⋙ vāgvidheya
○vidheya mfn. to be effected by (mere) words, to be recited from memory R
⋙ vāgvin
○vín mfn. eloquent AV
⋙ vāgviniḥsṛta
○viniḥsṛta mfn. emitted or put forth by speech Mn. iv, 256
⋙ vāgvipruṣa
○vipruṣa n. sg. (said to be a copulative comp.) Pāṇ. 5-4, 106 Sch
⋙ vāgvibhava
○vibhava m. stock of words, power of description, command of language Kāv
⋙ vāgvirodha
○virodha m. verbal dispute, controversy Hcat
⋙ vāgvilāsa
○vilāsa m. play of words ŚārṅgP
• graceful or elegant speech W
⋙ vāgvilāsin
○vilāsin m. a pigeon, dove L
⋙ vāgvisarga
○visarga m. the emitting of the voice, breaking of silence, speaking Gobh. BhP
⋙ vāgvisarjana
○visarjana n. id. KātyŚr
⋙ vāgvistara
○vistara m. prolixity, diffuseness Hāsy
⋙ vāgvīṇa
○vīṇa m. N. of a poet Sadukt
⋙ vāgvīra
○vīra m. a master of speech MBh
⋙ vāgvīrya
○vīrya (vā́g-), mfn. vigorous in voice TS
⋙ vāgvyaya
○vyaya m. expenditure of words or spṭspeech, waste of breath MW
⋙ vāgvyavahāra
○vyavahāra m. employment of many words, a long discussion or altercation Mālav
⋙ vāgvyāpāra
○vyāpāra m. the practice of speaking, talking, talk Sāh. Hit
• manner of speaking, style or habit of speech W
• customary phraseology ib
≫ vāgāyana
vāgāyana m. a patr. Saṃskārak. (pl.)
≫ vāgāru
vāgāru mfn. breaking promise or faith, disappointing, a deceiver L
≫ vāgāśani
vāgāśani (?), m. a Buddha L
≫ vāgmāyana
vāgmāyana m. patr. fr. vāgmin g. aśvâdi
≫ vāgmitā
vāgmi-tā f. (Kām. Sāh.) or (MBh. Kām. Rājat.) eloquence ( See next)
⋙ vāgmitva
vāgḍmi-tva n. (MBh. Kām. Rājat.) eloquence ( next)
≫ vāgmin
vāgmín mfn. speaking well, eloquent ŚBr. Lāṭy. MBh. &c
• speaking much, loquacious, talkative, wordy L
• m. a parrot L
• N. of Bṛihas-pati or the planet Jupiter L
• of a son of Manasyu MBh
≫ vāgya
vāgya (?), mfn. (perhaps fr. vāc + ya fr. √yam
• cf. vāg-yata) speaking little, speaking cautiously or humbly L
• speaking truly L
• m. modesty, humility, self-disparagement L
• doubt, alternative L
⋙ vāgyatas
○tas ind. silently W
≫ vāgvin
vāgvin mfn. See under vāg above
≫ vāṅ
vāṅ in comp. for vāc
⋙ vāṅnidhana
○nidhana mfn. having vāc as the burden or refrain (in a recitation) Nid. Lāṭy. [Page 937, Column 2]
• (with krauñca n. or sauhaviṣa n. N. of Sāmans.)
⋙ vāṅniścaya
○niścaya m. settlement by word, affiance by word of mouth, marriage contract MW
⋙ vāṅniṣṭhā
○niṣṭhā f. abiding by one's words, punctuality in fulfilling a promise, faithfulness ib
⋙ vāṅmatī
○matī f. N. of a sacred river W
⋙ vāṅmatsara
○matsara m. envious or jealous speech ŚāṅkhŚr
⋙ vāṅmadhu
○madhu n. pl. sweet words Śak
⋙ vāṅmadhura
○madhura mfn. sweet in speech, speaking sweet words Hit
⋙ vāṅmanas
○manas n. du. (KaṭhUp. Mn. Vās.) or (sg. .Pāṇ. Vop.] or in comp. ṅaut. Vedântas. or du. ṃW.) speech and mind
⋙ vāṅmanasa
○manasa n. (sg. .Pāṇ. Vop.] or in comp. ṅaut. Vedântas. or du. ṃW.) speech and mind
⋙ vāṅmaya
○máya mf(ī)n. consisting of speech, depending on speech, whose essence is speech, relating to spṭspeech (also -tva n.) ŚBr. VS. Prāt. ChUp. &c
• eloquent, rhetorical W
• (ī), f. the goddess of speech, Sarasvatī L
• n. speech, language Kum
• eloquence, rhetoric, manner of speech RPrāt. Sāh. &c
-devatā f. the goddess of speech Siṃhâs
-viveka m. N. of wk
○yâdhikṛta-tā f. the state of presiding over speech or eloquence (said of the goddess of speech) MW
⋙ vāṅmātra
○mātra n. mere words, only speech Hariv
⋙ vāṅmādhurya
○mādhurya n. sweetness of speech or voice ŚārṅgP
⋙ vāṅmālā
○mālā f. N. of wk
⋙ vāṅmiśraṇa
○miśraṇa n. exchanging words, conversation with (instr.) Prab
⋙ vāṅmukha
○mukha n. the opening of a speech, an exordium L
⋙ vāṅmūrti
○mūrti mfn. having speech for a body
• (with devatā), f. Sarasvatī, Pracaṇḍ
⋙ vāṅmūla
○mūla mfn. having √or origin in spṭspeech Mn.iv, 256
≫ vācaṃ
vācaṃ in comp. for vācam
⋙ vācaṃyama
○yama mf(ā)n. restraining speech or voice, silent Br. Up. &c
• m. a sage who practises silence L
• N. of a man Cat
-tva n. silence Ragh. Kuval
≫ vācaka
vācaka mf(ikā [akā wṛ.]) n. speaking, saying, telling anything (gen.) Hit. BhP
• speaking of, treating of, declaring (with gen. or ifc.) RāmatUp. MBh. &c
• expressive of, expressing, signifying RPrāt. RāmatUp. MBh. &c
• verbal, expressed by words MW
• m. a speaker, reciter MBh. R. &c
• a significant sound, word W
• a messenger ib
⋙ vācakatā
○tā f. (BhP. Sarvad.) or (RāmatUp. Pat. Sāh. &c.) the speaking or treating of, expressing, significance
⋙ vācakatva
○tva n. (RāmatUp. Pat. Sāh. &c.) the speaking or treating of, expressing, significance
⋙ vācakapada
○pada mfn. containing expressive (not senseless) words Yājñ. Sch
• n. an exprṭexpressive or significant word, explicit term W
⋙ vācakamukhya
○mukhya N. of wk
⋙ vācakalakṣakavyañjakatva
○lakṣaka-vyañjaka-tva n. direct or indirect or implicit designation of a thing Pratāp
⋙ vācakācārya
vācakâcārya m. N. of a teacher (also umā-svāti-v○) Sarvad
≫ vācakūṭī
vācakūṭī f. (prob.) wṛ. for next Col
≫ vācaknavī
vācaknavī́ f. (fr. vacaknu) N. of a preceptress with the patr. Gārgī ŚBr. GṛS. AV. Pariś
≫ vācana
vācana n. the causing to recite ŚrS
• the act of reciting, recitation Yājñ. Vārāhīt
• the act of reading Bālar
• the act of declaring or designating Sāh
• (ā), f. a lesson, chapter HPariś
≫ vācanaka
vācanaka n. recitation (esp. of svasti) Hcat
• an enigma, riddle MW
• a kind of sweetmeat L
≫ vācanika
vācanika mf(ī)n. founded on an express statement, mentioned expressly Śaṃk. ĀpŚr. Sch. VarBṛS. Sch
≫ vācam
vācam acc. of vāc, in comp
⋙ vācaminva
○ínva mfn. 'wordmoving', singing, reciting MaitrS
⋙ vācamīṅkhaya
○īṅkhayá mfn. id. (said of Soma) RV
≫ vācayitṛ
vācayitṛ mfn. one who causes to recite, the director of a recitation Saṃskārak
≫ vācaśravas
vāca-śravas m. N. of a man Cat. (perhaps wṛ. for vāja-ś○)
≫ vācas 1
vācas See ví-vācas and sá-vācas
≫ vācas 2
vācas gen. of vāc, in comp
⋙ vācaspata
○pata m. patr. fr. next ŚāṅkhBr
⋙ vācaspati
○páti (vācás-), m. 'lord of voice or speech', N. of a divine being (presiding over human life which lasts as long as there is voice in the body
• applied to Soma, Viśva-karman, Prajā-pati, Brahmā &c., but esp. to Bṛihas-pati, who is lord of eloquence, preceptor of the gods, and regent of the planet Jupiter) RV. AV. &c
• a master of speech, orator BhP
• N. of a Ṛishi, a lexicographer, a philosopher &c. Sarvad. Uṇ. Sch. &c
-kalpa-taru m. N. of wk
-govinda (Cat.), -bhaṭṭâcārya m. N. of authors
-miśra m. N. of various authors (esp. of a philosopher and celebrated lawyer) IW. 92, n. 2 ; 305
-vallabha m. a topaz L
⋙ vācaspatya
○patya mfn. relating to Vācas-pati (N. of Śiva) MBh
• composed by Vācas-pati Cat
• declared by Vācas-pati MW
• n. eloquence Śiś. Hit
• fine language, eloquent speech, harangue MW
≫ vācasāmpati
vācasām-pati m. N. of Bṛihas-pati or the planet Jupiter L. (wṛ. for vacasām-p○)
≫ vācā 1
vācā f. speech, a word Pañcat. KātyŚr. Sch. &c
• the goddess of speech Uṇ. ii, 57 Sch
• a holy word, sacred text MW
• an oath ib
• wṛ. for vacā MBh. xiii, 6149. [Page 937, Column 3]
⋙ vācārambhaṇa
○"ṣrambhaṇa (vācâr○), n. (said to be) = vāg-ālambana ChUp. Vedântas
• N. of wk
⋙ vācāviruddha
○viruddha mfn. unsuitable to words, not describable with words
• m. pl. a partic. class of divine beings MBh
⋙ vācāvṛtta
○vṛtta or m. pl. N. of a class of gods in the 14th Manv-antara VP
⋙ vācāvṛddha
○vṛddha m. pl. N. of a class of gods in the 14th Manv-antara VP
⋙ vācāsahāya
○sahāya m. a conversable or sociable companion R
≫ vācā 2
vācā instr. of vāc, in comp
⋙ vācākarman
○karman n. an act performed only by the voice ĀpŚr. Sch
⋙ vācākarmīṇa
○karmīṇa mfn. performed only by the voice ib
⋙ vācāstena
○stena (vācā́-), mfn. (prob.) one who makes mischief by his words RV. x, 87, 15
≫ vācāṭa
vācāṭa mf(ā)n. talkative (said also of birds) Kāv. Kathās. &c
• boastful, grandiloquent (-tā f.) Bālar. Prasannar
• (ifc.) filled with the song of, resounding with Vās
≫ vācāyana
vācāyana m. N. of an author HYog
≫ vācāla
vācāla mf(ā)n. talkative, chattering (said also of birds) Kāv. Kathās
• boasting VarBṛ. Sch. Rājat
• full of noise and bustle, (ifc.) filled with the song or noise of R. Vās. &c
⋙ vācālatā
○tā f. (Kāv. Bhpr.) or (Viddh.) talkativeness, loquacity
⋙ vācālatva
○tva n. (Viddh.) talkativeness, loquacity
≫ vācālanā
vācālanā f. the act of making talkative Kād
≫ vācālaya
vācālaya Nom. P. ○yati, to make talkative, cause to speak Bālar. Kād. Kathās
• to make full of noise Kād. Rājat
≫ vācika
vācika mfn. verbal, effected or caused by words, consisting in words, communicated by speech (with abhinaya m. a declamatory speech
• with vināśa m. threatened destruction
pāruṣye daṇḍa-vācike, the two violences i.e. blows and words, or assault and slander) Mn. MBh. &c
• m. a short expression for vāg-āśīr-datta Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Vārtt. 3 Pat
• n. a verbal commission or message Naish. Śiś. Rājat
• news, tidings, intelligence W
⋙ vācikapattra
○pattra n. a written agreement or contract L
• a letter, dispatch W
• a newspaper, gazette ib
⋙ vācikapraśna
○praśna m. N. of wk
⋙ vācikahāraka
○hāraka m. a letter, epistle L
• a messenger, courier MW
≫ vācin
vācin mfn. (ifc.) asserting, supposing Sarvad. Kāś
• expressing, signifying (○ci-tva n.), APrāt. TPrāt. Sch. &c
≫ vācī
vācī f. See ambu-v○
≫ vāco
vāco in comp. for 2. vācas
⋙ vācoyukti
○yukti f. fit or appropriate speech Mālatīm. Pat
• mfn. (?) possessing fitness of speech, eloquent L
-paṭu mfn. skilled in speech, eloquent Śiś. Sch
≫ vācya 1
vācya Nom. P. ○yati, fr. vāc Pāṇ. 1-4, 15 Sch
≫ vācya 2
vācya mfn. to be spoken or said or told or announced or communicated or stated or named or predicated or enumerated or spoken of Up. Mn. MBh. &c. (n. impers. it is to be spoken or said &c.)
• to be addressed or spoken to about anything (acc. or nom. with iti) Mn. Hariv. Kāv. &c
• to be directed that (with yathā) MBh
• to be told about (= still untold) KātyŚr
• to be expressed or designated or meant expressly by (gen. or comp.) ChUp. Śaṃk. Sāh. &c
• to be spoken against, blamable, censurable by (gen. or instr.) Mn. MBh. Kāv. &c
• used as a substantive Vop
• (vācyá), belonging to the voice &c. VS
• (vācyá), m. metron. of the Ṛishi Prajā-pati RV
• n. what may be said against any one or anything, blame, censure, reproach, fault (vācyaṃ-√gam, to undergo blame) MBh. Kāv
• that of which anything is predicated, a substantive Vop
• a predicate W
• the voice of a verb (e.g. kartari-v○, the active voice
karmaṇi-v○, the passive voice) ib
• = pratipādana L
⋙ vācyacitra
○citra mfn. fanciful in sense (as a poetical expression) MW
• n. a play upon words Sāh
⋙ vācyatā
○tā f. the being to be said or spoken, the being predicated of or the quality of being predicable BhP
• blamableness, ill repute, infamy MBh. VarBṛS. &c
• conjugation W
⋙ vācyatva
○tva n. = prec
• (esp.) the being to be said or expressly stated KātyŚr
• the being expressed or expressly meant by or by means of Śaṃk. on ChUp. Sarvad. &c
⋙ vācyaliṅga
○liṅga or mfn. following or having the gender of the substantive, adjectival (○ga-tva n. Pāṇ. 2-4, 18 Sch.) L
⋙ vācyaliṅgaka
○liṅgaka mfn. following or having the gender of the substantive, adjectival (○ga-tva n. Pāṇ. 2-4, 18 Sch.) L
⋙ vācyavajra
○vajra n. 'thunderlike words', violent or strong language MW
⋙ vācyavat
○vat ind. like the substantive ( See above), according to the gender of the substantive, adjectively Vop
⋙ vācyavarjita
○varjita n. an elliptical expression Pratāp
⋙ vācyavācakatā
○vācaka-tā f. (BhP.) and n. (RāmatUp.) and þn. (RāmatUp.) and þm. (KapS.) the state of the signified and the signifier
⋙ vācyavacakatva
○vacaka-tva n. (RāmatUp.) and m. (KapS.) the state of the signified and the signifier
⋙ vācyavācakabhāva
○vācaka-bhāva m. (KapS.) the state of the signified and the signifier
⋙ vācyārtha
vācyârtha m. the directly expressed meaning (-tva n. direct expression of meaning) Vedântas. [Page 938, Column 1]
≫ vācyāya
vācyāya Nom. Ā. vācyāyate, to appear as if really expressed Sāh
≫ vācyāyana
vācyāyaná m. patr. of Vācya TS
vāca m. (only L.) a species of fish
• a species of plant
• = madana
vāchoka m. N. of a poet Cat
vā́ja m. (fr. √vaj
• cf. ugra, uj, ojas &c.) strength, vigour, energy, spirit, speed (esp. of a horse
• also pl.) RV. AV. VS. ŚāṅkhŚr. (vā́jebhis ind. mightily, greatly
• cf. sahasā)
• a contest, race, conflict, battle, war RV. VS. GṛŚrS
• the prize of a race or of battle, booty, gain, reward, any precious or valuable possession, wealth, treasure RV. VS. AV. PañcavBr
• food, sacrificial food (= anna in Ṇigh. ii, 7 and in most of the Commentators) RV. VS. Br
• = vāja-peya ŚāṅkhŚr
• (?) a swift or spirited horse, war-horse, steed RV. AV
• the feathers on a arrow RV
• a wing L
• sound L
• N. of one of the 3 Ṛibhus (pl.= the 3 Ṛibhus) RV
• of the month Caitra VS
• of a son of Laukya ŚāṅkhŚr
• of a son of Manu Sāvarṇa Hariv
• of a Muni L
• n. (only L.) ghee or clarified butter
• an oblation of rice offered at a Śrāddha
• rice or food in general
• water
• an acetous mixture of ground meal and water left to ferment
• a Mantra or prayer concluding a sacrifice
⋙ vājakarman
○karman (vā́ja-), mfn. (prob.) active in war SV. (vḷ. for -bharman)
⋙ vājakarmīya
○karmīya n. (with bharadvājasya) N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr
⋙ vājakṛtya
○kṛ́tya n. a warlike deed, battle, fight RV
⋙ vājagandhya
○gandhya (vā́ja-), mfn. (prob.) forming or possessing a cart-load of goods or booty RV. ix, 98, 12 (cf. gadhā and gádhya
• others 'whose gifts are to be seized or held fast')
⋙ vājacandra
○candra m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vājajaṭhara
○jaṭhara (vā́ja-), mfn. containing food (in the interior) RV. v, 19, 4 (= havir-j○ Sāy.)
⋙ vājajit
○jít mfn. conquering in a contest, winning in a race, winning booty VS. TBr
• n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr
⋙ vājajiti
○jiti (Kāṭh.),
⋙ vājajityā
○jityā́ (TBr.), f. a victorious course or contest
⋙ vājadā
○dā́ mfn. bestowing vigour or speed RV
⋙ vājadāvan
○dā́van mfn. bestowing the prize, granting wealth ib
• (○varī), f. N. of a Sāman PañcavBr
⋙ vājadraviṇas
○draviṇas (vā́ja-), mfn. finding rich reward RV
⋙ vājapati
○pati (vā́ja-), m. the lord of booty or reward (said of Agni) RV. VS. GṛŚrS
⋙ vājapatnī
○patnī (vā́ja-), f. the queen of booty or treasure RV. Kauś
⋙ vājapastya
○pastya (vā́ja-), mfn. possessing or bestowing a house full of wealth or treasure RV
⋙ vājapīta
○pīta mfn. one who has acquired strength by drinking Lāṭy
⋙ vājapeya
○péya m. n. 'the drink of strength or of battle', N. of one of the seven forms of the Soma-sacrifice (offered by kings or Brāhmans aspiring to the highest position, and preceding the Rāja-sūya and the Bṛihaspati-sava) AV. Br. ŚrS. MBh. R. Pur
• N. of the 6th book of the Śatapatha-Brāhmaṇa in the Kāṇva-śākhā
• m. = vājapeye bhavo mantraḥ, or vājapeyasya vyākhyānaṃ kalpaḥ Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-3, 66 Vārtt. 5 &c
-kḷpti f. -krator udgātṛ-prayoga m. N. of wks
-grahá m. a ladleful taken at the Vājapeya ŚBr
-paddhati f. -prayoga m. N. of wks
-yājín m. one who offers (or has offered) a VṭVājapeya TBr
-yūpá m. the sacrificial post at the Vājapeya ŚBr
-rahasya n. -rāja-sūya m. or n. -sarva-pṛṣṭhâptoryāmâudgātra-prayoga m. N. of wks
-sāman n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy
-stoma-prayoga m. -hotṛ-saptaka n. -hautra, n
○yâdi-saṃśaya-nirṇaya m. ○yârcika n. ○yârcika-prayoga, m. ○yâudgātra-prayoga m. N. of wks
⋙ vājapeyaka
○peyaka mfn. belonging or relating to the Vāja-peya sacrifice R
⋙ vājapeyika
○peyika mf(ī)n. id. KātyŚr. Sch. (cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 68 Sch.)
⋙ vājapeyin
○peyin mfn. one who has performed a Vāja-peya sacrifice Cat
⋙ vājapeśas
○peśas (vā́ja-), mfn. adorned with precious gifts RV
⋙ vājapramahas
○pramahas mfn. (prob.) superior in courage or strength ib
⋙ vājaprasavīya
○prasavī́ya (TS.) or (MaitrS.), mfn. beginning with the words vāja and prasava
⋙ vājaprasavya
○prasaḍvyá (MaitrS.), mfn. beginning with the words vāja and prasava
• n. (scil. karman) a rite so beginning TS. ŚBr
• (○viiya) -homa m. a sacrifice so beginning Vait
⋙ vājaprasuta
○prasuta (vā́ja-), mfn. started for a race or impelled by courage RV
⋙ vājabandhu
○bandhu m. an ally in battle (or N. of a man) ib
⋙ vājabastya
○bastya (vā́ja-), vḷ. for -pastya TBr. (vājenânnena janyam bastyam balaṃ tad-yogyaḥ Sch.)
⋙ vājabharman
○bharman (vā́ja-), mfn. winning a prize or reward RV
⋙ vājabharmīya
○bharmīya or (also with bharad-vājasya), n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy
⋙ vājabhṛt
○bhṛt (also with bharad-vājasya), n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy
⋙ vājabhojin
○bhojin m. = -peya L
⋙ vājambhara
○m-bhará mfn. carrying off the prize or booty RV
• m. (with sapti) N. of the author of RV. x, 79
⋙ vājaratna
○ratna (vā́ja-), mf(ā)n. rich in goods or treasure (as the Ṛibhus) RV. [Page 938, Column 2]
• m. N. of a man (cf. next)
⋙ vājaratnāyana
○ratnāyana m. patr. of Soma-śushman AitBr
⋙ vājavat
○vat (vā́ja-), mfn. consisting of a prize or of treasures, connected with them &c. RV
• vigorous, strong ib
• consisting of steeds or race-horses ib
• accompanied by Vāja or by the Vājas (i.e. Ṛibhus) ib. VS. AitBr. KātyŚr
• furnished with food ŚāṅkhŚr
• containing the wood vāja TS. PañcavBr
⋙ vājavāla
○vāla m. an emerald L
⋙ vājaśrava
○śrava m. N. of a man VP
⋙ vājaśravas
○śravas (vā́ja-), mfn. famous for wealth or steeds RV
• (-śrávas), m. N. of a teacher ŚBr
⋙ vājaśruta
○śruta (vā́ja-), mfn. famous for swiftness RV
⋙ vājasana
○sana See s.v
⋙ vājasani
○sáni mfn. winning a prize or booty or wealth, granting strength or vigour, victorious RV
• bestowing food Mahīdh
• m. N. of Vishṇu MBh
⋙ vājasaneya
○saneya &c., See s.v
⋙ vājasaṃnyasta
○saṃnyasta mfn. BhP. xii, 6, 74 (prob. corrupted)
⋙ vājasā
○sā́ mfn. (superl. -tama) = -sáni RV. VS
⋙ vājasāta
○sāta n. or (vā́ja-) the winning of a prize or of booty, battle, victory RV. VS. AV
⋙ vājasāti
○sāti f. (vā́ja-) the winning of a prize or of booty, battle, victory RV. VS. AV
⋙ vājasāman
○sāman n. N. of a Sāman Vait
⋙ vājasṛt
○sṛ́t mfn. racing, a racer, race-horse RV. TS
⋙ vājasrajākṣa
○srajâkṣa (Cat.),
⋙ vājasrava
○srava or (VP.), m. N. of Vena
⋙ vājasravas
○sravas (VP.), m. N. of Vena
⋙ vājāpya
vājâpya n. 'connection with food or strength (?)', a word formed to explain vāja-peya TBr
⋙ vājedhyā
vājêdhyā f. (vāja + idhyā́) = dīpti Mahīdh. on VS. i, 29 (perhaps wṛ. for vājêtyā, race, course)
≫ vājapya
vājapya m. N. of a man, g. naḍâdi
≫ vājapyāyana
vājapyāyana m. patr. of a teacher Sarvad
≫ vājaya
vājaya (cf. √vaj), Nom. P. Ā. ○yáti, ○te (inf. vājayádhyai), to race, speed, hasten, run, contend, vie RV
• to urge on, incite, impel ib. AV. PañcavBr
• P. (vājáyati), to worship Naigh. iii, 14
• to fan, kindle (considered as Caus. of √) Pāṇ. 7-3, 88
≫ vājayu
vājayú mfn. eager for a race or contest, swift, active, energetic, vigorous RV
• winning or bestowing wealth or booty ib
≫ vājavata
vājavata m. (fr. vāja-vat) N. of a man, g. tikâdi (Kāś. dhvājavata)
≫ vājavatāyani
vājavatāyani m. patr. fr. prec. ib. (Kāś. dhvājavatāyani)
≫ vājasana
vājasana mf(ī)n. relating or belonging to Vājasaneya (said of Śiva and Vishṇu) MBh. R. BhP
≫ vājasaneya
vājasaneyá m. patr. of Yājñavalkya (m. pl. the school of Vājasaneyá) ŚBr
⋙ vājasaneyagṛhyasūtra
○gṛhya-sūtra n
⋙ vājasaneyapariśiṣṭanigama
○pariśiṣṭa-nigama m. N. of wks
⋙ vājasaneyabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. the Brāhmaṇa of the Vājasaneyá, i.e. the Śatapatha-brāhmaṇa Kull
⋙ vājasaneyaśākhā
○śākhā f. the branch or school of the Vājasaneyá Inscr
⋙ vājasaneyasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. = vājasaneyi-s○ Cat
≫ vājasaneyaka
vājasaneyaka mfn. belonging or relating to Vājasaneya, devoted to him, composed by him &c. ŚrS. BṛĀrUp
• n. N. of the ŚBr. KātyŚr
≫ vājasaneyi
vājasaneyi in comp. for ○yin
⋙ vājasaneyiprātiśākhya
○prātiśākhya n. the Prātiśākhya of the Vājasaneyins
⋙ vājasaneyibrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa n. = śata-patha-br○ (cf. above)
○ṇôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad
⋙ vājasaneyiśākhā
○śākhā f. the branch or school of the Vājasaneyins Cat
⋙ vājasaneyisaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. the Saṃhitā or continuous text of the Vājasaneyins' (i.e. of the hymns of the White Yajur-veda ascribed to the Ṛishi Yājñavalkya and called śukla, 'white', to distinguish it from the Black or Dark Yajur-veda, which was the name given to the Taittirīya-saṃhitā q.v. of the Yajur-veda, because in this last, the separation between the Mantra and Brāhmaṇa portion is obscured, and the two are blended together
• whereas the White Saṃhitā is clearly distinguished from the Brāhmaṇa
• it is divided into 40 Adhyāyas with 303 Anuvākas, comprising 1975 sections or Kaṇḍikās the legend relates that the original Yajus was taught by the Ṛishi Vaiśampāyana to his pupil Yājñavalkya, but the latter having incurred his teacher's anger was made to disgorge all the texts he had learnt, which were then picked up by Vaiśampāyana's other disciples in the form of partridges [see taittirīya-saṃhitā] Yājñavalkya then hymned the Sun, who gratified by his homage, appeared in the form of a vājin or horse, and consented to give him fresh Yajus texts, which were not known to his former master
• cf. vājin)
○tôpaniṣad f. N. of an Upanishad (forming the 40th Adhyāya of the VS. and also called Īśā or Īśā-vāsyopanishad, q.v.)
≫ vājasaneyin
vājasaneyin m. pl. the school of Vājasaneya Hariv. (g. śaunakâdi)
• mfn. belonging to that school Sāy
≫ vāji 1
vāji (for 2. See col. 3), in comp. for vājin
⋙ vājikeśa
○keśa m. pl. N. of a mythical people MārkP
⋙ vājigandhā
○gandhā f. the plant Physalis Flexuosa L
⋙ vājigrīva
○grīva m. N. of a prince MBh
⋙ vājitā
○tā f. the state of having strength or food or wings Śiś. [Page 938, Column 3]
• the state or nature of a horse ib
⋙ vājitva
○tva n. = prec. MW
⋙ vājidanta
○danta and m. Adhatoda Vasika L
⋙ vājidantaka
○dantaka m. Adhatoda Vasika L
⋙ vājidaitya
○daitya m. N. of an Asura (also called Keśin) Hariv
⋙ vājinīrājanavidhi
○nīrājana-vidhi m. N. of wk
⋙ vājipakṣin
○pakṣin m. a partic. bird L
⋙ vājipīta
○pīta mfn. drunk by the Vājins ĀpŚr. (in a quotation
• cf. vāja-p○)
⋙ vājipṛṣṭha
○pṛṣṭha m. the globe-amaranth L
⋙ vājibha
○bha n. N. of the Nakshatra Aśvinī VarBṛS
⋙ vājibhakṣya
○bhakṣya m. the chick-pea, Cicer Arietinum L
⋙ vājibhū
○bhū (Kām.) or (Kir.), f. a place where horses are bred or a spot abounding in or suitable for horses
⋙ vājibhūmi
○bhūmi (Kir.), f. a place where horses are bred or a spot abounding in or suitable for horses
⋙ vājibhojana
○bhojana m. Phaseolus Mungo L
⋙ vājimat
○mat mfn. joined or connected with she Vājins Vait
• m. Trichosanthes Dioeca L
⋙ vājimedha
○medha m. a horse-sacrifice MBh. R. Pur
⋙ vājimeṣa
○meṣa m. pl. 'horse-rams', a partic. class of Ṛishis R. (accord. to Sch. they can at will assume the shape of a horse or a ram)
⋙ vājiyojaka
○yojaka m. 'horse-yoker', a driver or groom MBh
⋙ vājirāja
○rāja m. N. of Vishṇu Pañcar
⋙ vājivāraṇaśālā
○vāraṇa-śālā f. pl. stables for hṭhorse and elephants R
⋙ vājivāhana
○vāhana n. horse and chariot MBh
• a kind of metre Col
⋙ vājiviṣṭhā
○viṣṭhā f. 'horse's station', the Indian fig-tree Suśr. (cf. aśva-ttha)
⋙ vājivega
○vega (vā́ji-), mfn. having the swiftness of a horse Suparṇ
⋙ vājiśatru
○śatru m. a species of plant L
⋙ vājiśālā
○śālā f. a horse-stable Rājat
⋙ vājiśiras
○śiras m. 'horse-head', N. of a Dānava Hariv
≫ vājita
vājita mfn. having feathers, feathered (as an arrow) MBh. (cf. gṛdhra-v○)
≫ vājin
vājín mfn. swift, spirited, impetuous, heroic, warlike RV. &c. &c. (with ratha m. a war-chariot
• superl. vājín-tama)
• strong, manly, procreative, potent RV. TS. Br
• winged, (ifc.) having any thing for wings BhP
• feathered (as an arrow) Hariv
• m. a warrior, hero, man RV. (often applied to gods, esp. to Agni, Indra, the Maruts &c.)
• the steed of a war-chariot ib
• a horse, stallion Mn. MBh. &c
• N. of the number 'seven' Gol. (cf. aśva)
• a bridle L
• a bird L
• an arrow L
• Adhatoda Vasika L
• pl. 'the Coursers', a class of divine beings (prob. the steeds of the gods, but accord. to TBr. Agni, Vāyu and Sūrya) RV. Br. ŚrS. (vājināṃ sāma, N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr.)
• the school of Vājasaneya (so called because the Sun in the shape of a horse revealed to Yājñavalkya partic. Yajus verses called a-yātayāmāni, q.v.) VP
• (inī), f. See below
≫ vājina
vājina mfn. belonging to the Vājins VS
• m. N. of a Ṛishi Br
• n. race contest, emulation RV. VS. AV
• curds or the scum of curdled milk Lāṭy. Sch. (curds of two-milk whey or whey from which the curds have been separated W.)
• the ceremony performed with curds for the Vājins ĀśvŚr
⋙ vājinabrāhmaṇa
○brāhmaṇa m. the priest who performs the Vājina ceremony ĀpŚr. Sch
≫ vājinī
vājinī f. (of vājin) a mare L. (cf. comp.)
• Physalis Flexuosa L
⋙ vājinīvat
○vat (vājínī-), mfn. possessing or driving swift mares, rich in horses (applied to various gods, and to the rivers Sindhu and Sarasvatī) RV. AV. TBr. (accord. to others 'strong', 'spirited', 'rich in sacrifices' &c.)
• m. the sun AV
• pl. the steeds of the gods ib
⋙ vājinīvasu
○vasu (vājínī-), mfn. = prec. RV
• bestowing strength or power TĀr
≫ vājineya
vājineyá m. the son of a hero or warrior RV. vi, 26, 2
≫ vājī
vājī in comp. for vāja
⋙ vājīkara
○kara mfn. strengthening, stimulating, producing virility Suśr
• n. an aphrodisiac ib
⋙ vājīkaraṇa
○karaṇa mf(ī)n. = prec. (also n.) ib. Kām. &c
• N. of wk
-tantra, n
○ṇâdhikāra m. N. of wks
⋙ vājīkārya
○kārya n. = -kriyā Cat
⋙ vājīkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti, to strengthen, excite, produce virility Suśr
⋙ vājīkriyā
○kriyā f. the use or application of aphrodisiacs Suśr
⋙ vājīvidhāna
○vidhāna n. id. Cat
≫ vājya
vājya m. patr. fr. vāja g. gargâdi
vāji 2
vāji (?), m. (for 1. See col. 2) a partic. manner of cutting the hair Saṃskārak
vājreya mfn. (fr. vajra), g. sakhyādi
vāñceśvara m. (prob.) wṛ. for vāñchêśvara
vāñch (cf. √van), cl. 1. P. (Dhātup. vii, 28) vāñchati (occurring only in forms from the present stem, and in pr. p. Pass. vāñchyamāna Kathās.
• but accord. to Gr. also pf. vavāñcha
• aor avāñchīt
• fut. vāñchita, vañchiṣyati &c.), to desire, wish, ask for, strive after, pursue RV. &c. &c
• to state, assert, assume VarBṛS.: Caus. -vāñchayati ( abhi-√vāñch) MBh. [Cf. Germ. wunsc, Wunsch, [wÂnschen] ; Angl. Sax. wy7scan ; Eng. wish.] [Page 939, Column 1]
≫ vāñchaka
vāñchaka mfn. wishing, desiring
• a wisher &c. MW
≫ vāñchana
vāñchana n. the act of desiring or wishing W
≫ vāñchanīya
vāñchanīya mfn. to be wished for, desirable ib
≫ vāñchā
vāñchā f. (ifc. f. ā) wish, desire, longing for (acc. with prati loc. or gen
vāñchāṃ-√kṛ with loc., 'to desire or long for') Kāv. Kathās. Rājat. &c
• statement, assumption Sarvad
⋙ vāñchākalpa
○kalpa m
⋙ vāñchākalpalatā
○kalpalatā f. N. of wks
⋙ vāñchānātha
○nātha m. N. of two authors Cat
○thīya-sūtra n. N. of wk
⋙ vāñcheśa
vāñchêśa m. N. of a man (the father of Saṃkarânanda) Cat
⋙ vāñcheśvara
vāñchêśvara m. (with kavi) N. of a poet (also called Vāñchā-nātha) ib
• (with hośa-nikarṇāṭaka) of an author whose date is about 1800 AḌ
-māhātmya n. N. of ch. of the SkandaP
⋙ vāñchoddhāra
vāñchôddhāra m. N. of a Tantric wk
≫ vāñchāka
vāñchāka m. N. of a poet Cat
≫ vāñchita
vāñchita mfn. wished, desired, beloved, longed for MBh. Kāv. &c
• n. wish, desire ib
• m. (in music) a kind of measure
≫ vāñchitavya
vāñchitavya mfn. to be wished or desired, desirable MW
≫ vāñchin
vāñchin mfn. wishing, desirous, lustful W
• (inī), f. a libidinous woman ib
≫ vāñchya
vāñchya mfn. = vāñchitavya MW
vā́ṭ ind. (g. câdi) an exclamation on performing a sacrifice (prob.= 'bring' or 'take', fr. √vāh = vah) VS. Br. ŚrS
⋙ vāṭkāra
○kāra m. the exclamation vāṭ KātyŚr
vāṭa mf(ī)n. (fr. vaṭa) made or consisting of the Banyan or Indian fig-tree or its wood &c. Mn. ii, 45
• m. an enclosure, (either) a fence, wall, (or) a piece of enclosed ground, garden, park, plantation MBh. Kāv. &c
• a district Daś
• a road Vās
• the site of a house L
• Panicum Spicatum W
• the groin W
• the son of a Vaiśya and a Maitrī L
• (also n. and [ī], f.) an enclosure of a (low-caste) village consisting of boundary trees L
• (ī). f. a piece of enclosed ground, garden Hariv. Sāh. BhP
• the site of a house L
• a hut L
• a species of bird Car
• n. = varaṇḍa, aṅga, and anna-bheda
⋙ vāṭadhāna
○dhāna m. the descendant of an out-caste Brāhman by a Brāhman mother Mn. x, 21
• an officer who knows the disposition of his army L
• pl. N. of a people MBh. VarBṛS. BhP. (sg. a prince of the VṭVarBṛS
• n. the country of the VarBṛS. MBh.)
⋙ vāṭamūla
○mūla mfn. being at the √of the Ficus Indica Hariv
⋙ vāṭaśriṅkhalā
○śriṅkhalā f. a chain fixed round an enclosure, a sort of fence (?) L
≫ vāṭaka
vāṭaka m. an enclosure, garden, plantation Kathās. Hcat
• (ikā), f. id. Kāv. Kathās. Pañcad
• the site of a house L
• a hut L
≫ vāṭi
vāṭi (prob.) f. a piece of enclosed ground Kāty
≫ vāṭidīrgha
vāṭi-dīrgha or m. a sort of grass or reed L
⋙ vāṭīdīrgha
vāṭī-dīrgha m. a sort of grass or reed L
≫ vāṭīya
vāṭīya See brahma- and sṛgāla-v○
≫ vāṭya
vāṭya mfn. (fr. vaṭa) made of the Indian figtree Suśr
• m. fried barley Car. (cf. vaṭṭaka)
• (ā), f. = vātyālaka Bhpr
⋙ vāṭyapuṣpikā
○puṣpikā (L.) or (Car.), f. Sida Rhomboidea or Cordifolia
⋙ vāṭyapuṣpī
○puṣpī (Car.), f. Sida Rhomboidea or Cordifolia
⋙ vāṭyamaṇḍa
○maṇḍa m. scum of fried barley L
≫ vāṭyāyanī
vāṭyāyanī f. a species of Sida with white flowers Car
≫ vāṭyāla
vāṭyāla or m
⋙ vāṭyālaka
vāṭyāḍlaka m
⋙ vāṭyālī
vāṭyāḍlī f. Sida Rhomboidea or Cordifolia L
vāṭara n. (prob.) a sort of honey Pāṇ. 4-3, 119 (cf. vaṭara)
vāṭākavi m. patr. fr. vaṭāku g. bāhv-ādi
vāṭu m. N. of a man Kshitîś
vāṭṭaka n. fried barley L. (cf. vāṭya)
vāṭṭa-deva m. N. of a man Rājat
vāḍ See √bāḍ
vāḍaba (or vāḍava), mfn. (fr. vaḍaba) coming from a mare (as milk) Suśr
• m. a stallion, stud-horse Pāṇ. 6-2, 65 Sch
• submarine fire (cf. under vaḍaba and aurva) Kāv. Pur
• a Brāhman MBh. Kāv. &c. (cf. vāḍabya)
• N. of a grammarian Pat. on Pāṇ. 8-2, 106
• m. or n. the lower world, bell L
• n. a stud, g. khaṇḍikâdi
• a partic. Muhūrta Cat
• a kind of coitus L
⋙ vāḍabakarṣa
○karṣa m. N. of a village (○ṣīya mfn. ) Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 2 Pat
⋙ vāḍabaharaṇa
○haraṇa n. the fodder given to a stud-horse Pāṇ. 6-2, 65 Sch
⋙ vāḍabahāraka
○hāraka m. a shark or other seamonster L
⋙ vāḍabahārya
○hārya n. Siddh. on Pāṇ. 6-2, 65. [Page 939, Column 2]
⋙ vāḍabāgni
vāḍabâgni m. submarine fire (supposed to be at the south-pole) Kāv
⋙ vāḍabānala
vāḍabânala m. id. Pañcar
≫ vāḍabīya
vāḍabīya mfn. (with jyotis) submarine fire Bālar
≫ vāḍabeya
vāḍabeya m. a stallion, stud-horse, g. nady-ādi
• a Brāhman L
• a bull W
• du. the two Aśvins as the sons of Vaḍabā (or Aśvinī, q.v.) L
≫ vāḍabya
vāḍabya n. a number of Brāhmans Pāṇ. 4-2, 42
• the state of a Brāhman, g. brāhmaṇâdi
vāḍabhīkāra See bāḍ○
≫ vāḍabhīkārya
vāḍabhīkārya m. patr. fr. vaḍabhīkara
vāḍava See vāḍaba
vā́ḍeyī-pútra See bā́ḍ○
vāḍḍautsa m. N. of a man Rājat
vāḍvali m. (said to be) patr. fr. vāg-vāda Pāṇ. 6-3, 109 Vārtt. 2 Pat
vāḍhá See bāḍhá
vāṇa 1
vāṇá m. (fr. √vaṇ
• often written bāṇa, q.v.) sounding, a sound Kir. xv, 10
• an arrow ( See bāṇa, p. 727 for comp.) RV. ix, 50, 1
• music (esp. of flutes, harps &c.) RV. i, 85, 10 &c. AV. x, 2, 17 (here written bāṇá)
• a harp with 100 strings TS. Br. ŚrS
• (ī), f. See below
• n. the sound of a partic. little hand-drum L
⋙ vāṇavat
○vat mfn. containing the word vāṇa (a harp), Tāṇd3Br
⋙ vāṇaśabda
○śabda m. the sound of a lute (or 'the whizz of an arrow') Mn. iv, 113
⋙ vāṇaśāla
○śāla m. (or ā f.) N. of a fortress Rājat
≫ vāṇitā
vāṇitā f. N. of a metre Ked
≫ vāṇin
vāṇin mfn. (cf. bāṇin) speaking W
• (inī), f. an actress, dancer L
• a clever or intriguing woman Hcar
• an intoxicated woman R
• N. of two metres Ked. Col
≫ vāṇī 1
vā́ṇī f. sound, voice, music (pl. a choir of musicians or singers) RV. (the sapta vāṇīs are referred by the Comms. to the seven metres or to the seven notes of the gamut &c.)
• speech, language, words, diction, (esp.) eloquent speech or fine diction MBh. Kāv. &c
• a literary production or composition Uttarar. Bhām
• praise, laudation MW
• the goddess of speech, Sarasvatī R. BrahmaP
• N. of a metre consisting only of long syllables Kāvyâd. Sch
• of a river (accord. to some the Sarasvatī) VP
⋙ vāṇīkavi
⋙ vāṇīkūṭalakṣmīdhara
⋙ vāṇīnātha
○nātha m. N. of certain authors Cat
⋙ vāṇīpūrvapakṣa
○pūrva-pakṣa m. N. of a Vedânta wk
⋙ vāṇībhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa n. N. of wk. on metrics (by Dāmôdara)
⋙ vāṇīvat
○vat mfn. rich in words Pañcar
⋙ vāṇīvāda
○vāda m. a kind of bird MBh
⋙ vāṇīvilāsa
○vilāsa m. N. of two authors Cat
≫ vāṇīcī
vā́ṇīcī f. (prob.) a partic. musical instrument RV. v, 75, 4 ('speech' Naigh.)
vāṇa 2
vāṇa wṛ. for vāna in vānadaṇḍa and vānaprastha ( See 3. and 6. vāna)
vāṇaki m. N. of a man Saṃskārak
vāṇārasī f. = vārāṇasī (q.v.), the city of Benares Vcar. Śatr. (wṛ. vāṇar○)
vāṇārṇī wṛ. for bāṇa-parṇī Kauś
vāṇi f. (only L
1. 2. vāṇī) weaving
• a weaver's loom
• voice, speech
• a species of metre
• a cloud
• price, value
⋙ vāṇibhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa n. wṛ. for vāṇī-bh○
vāṇikājya wṛ. for vāl○
vāṇijá m. (also written bāṇijá
• fr. vaṇij) a merchant, trader TBr. MBh. (cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 13) the submarine fire (supposed to be at the south-pole) L
≫ vāṇijaka
vāṇijaka m. a merchant MBh. Hariv
• the submarine fire L
⋙ vāṇijakavidha
○vidha mfn. inhabited by merchants, g. bhauriky-ādi
≫ vāṇijika
vāṇijika m. a merchant, trader Mn. iii, 181 (vḷ. vāṇijaka)
≫ vāṇijya
vāṇijya n. (Āpast. Gaut. &c.),
⋙ vāṇijyā
vāṇijyā f. (Kathās.) traffic, trade, commerce, merchandise
≫ vāṇijyaka
vāṇijyaka m. a merchant, trader Hcat. (cf. dharma-v○)
vāṇī 2
vāṇī f. (cf. vāṇi) weaving L
vāṇī 3
vāṇī f. reed RV. v, 86, 1
• du. the two bars of a car or carriage ib. i, 119, 5
vāṇyavida or vāṇyovida m. N. of a Ṛishi Car. (cf. vāyovida)
vāt 1
vāt ind., g. câdi. [Page 939, Column 3]
vāt 2
vāt cl. 10. P. vātayati, to fan (cf. vātaya, p. 935, col. 2)
• to fan
• to serve, make happy
• to go Dhātup. xxxv, 30
vāta 1
vāta &c. See p. 934, col. 2 &c
vāta 2
vāta mfn. (fr. √van) = vanita, solicited, wished for, desired (cf. vivasvad-v○)
• attacked, assailed, injured, hurt (cf. 3. a-v○ and nivāta)
vātaṇḍa m. patr. fr. vataṇḍa g. śivâdi
• (ī), f. Pāṇ. 4-1, 109 Sch
≫ vātaṇḍya
vātaṇḍya m. patr. fr. vataṇḍa g. gargâdi
≫ vātaṇḍyāyanī
vātaṇḍyāyanī f. of prec., g. lohitâdi
vāta-raśana See p. 934, col. 3
vātardi See vātarddhi ib
vātavya See under √ve
vātaścika prob. wṛ. for vātâśvika mfn. one whose horses are swift as the wind Kām. xvi, 12
vātāma m. the almond-tree Car. Bhpr. (cf. bādāma)
vāti vātula, vatūla, vātya &c. See p. 935, col. 2 &c
vātsa 1
vātsa m. patr. fr. vatsa VarBṛS. (vḷ.)
• (ī), f. See below
• n. N. of a Sāman PañcavBr. Lāṭy
≫ vātsa 2
vātsa Vṛiddhi form of vatsa, in comp
⋙ vātsapra
○prá m. (fr. vatsa-prī) patr. of a grammarian TPrāt
• n. N. of RV. x, 45 (= VS. xii, 18 &c.) and the ceremony connected with it TBr. ŚBr. KātyŚr
• N. of a Sāman ĀrshBr
⋙ vātsaprīya
○prī́ya mfn. (fr. prec.) containing the hymn of Vatsa-prī and the ceremony connected with it ŚBr
⋙ vātsapreya
○preya m. patr. fr. vatsa-prī Pat
⋙ vātsabandha
○bandhá n. pl. (fr. vatsa-b○) a partic. text TS
-víd mfn. knowing the text called Vātsabandha ib. (vātsambandha-vid MaitrS.)
⋙ vātsaśāla
○śāla mfn. (fr. vatsa-śālā) born in a cow-shed Pāṇ. 4-3, 36
⋙ vātsoddharaṇa
vātsoddharaṇa mfn. born in Vatsôddharaṇa, g. takṣaśilâdi
≫ vātsaka 1
vātsaka n. (fr. vatsa) a herd of calves Pāṇ. 4-2, 39
≫ vātsaka 2
vātsaka mfn. (fr. vatsaka) coming or made from the Wrightia Antidysenterica Suśr
≫ vātsaka 3
vātsaka mfn. (fr. vātsya) Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 18 ; 22
≫ vātsalya
vātsalya n. (fr. vatsala) affection or tenderness (esp. towards offspring), fondness or love for (gen., loc. or comp.) R. Kālid. &c
⋙ vātsalyatā
○tā f. (ifc.) id. BhP
⋙ vātsalyabandhin
○bandhin mfn. showing tenderness, displaying affection Vikr
≫ vātsāyana
vātsāyana wṛ. for vātsyāyana
≫ vātsi
vātsi m. (fr. vatsa) patr. of Sarpi AitBr
≫ vātsī
vātsī f. of vātsya (q.v.) Pāṇ. 4-1, 16 Sch
• (prob.) N. of a woman ( See comp. W. 'the daughter of a Śūdra woman by a Brāhman')
⋙ vātsīputra
○pútra (vātsī́), f. N. of an ancient teacher ŚBr. Buddh
• of a serpent-demon Kāraṇḍ
• a barber L
⋙ vātsīputrīya
○putrīya m. pl. the sect or school of Vātsī-putra Buddh
⋙ vātsīmāṇḍavīputra
○māṇḍavī-pútra (vā́tsī-), m. N. of a preceptor ŚBr
≫ vātsīya
vātsīya m. pl. N. of a school Pāṇ. 4-1, 89 Sch
≫ vātsya
vā́tsya mfn. treating of Vatsa ŚāṅkhŚr
• m. patr. fr. vatsa g. gargâdi
• N. of an ancient teacher KātyŚr
• of an astronomer Hcat.: pl. N. of a people MBh
• (ī), f. See above
• n. g. pṛthv-ādi
⋙ vātsyakhaṇḍa
○khaṇḍa m. N. of a man Pat. on Pāṇ. 2-2, 38
⋙ vātsyagulmaka
○gulmaka m. pl. N. of a people Cat
≫ vātsyāyana
vātsyāyana m. patr. of vātsya g. śārṅgaravâdi (ī f. ib.)
• N. of various authors (esp. of the Kāma-sūtras and of the Nyāya-bhāshya Pañcat. Vās., Introd. Cat
• mf(ī)n. relating to or composed by Vātsyāyana Cat
⋙ vātsyāyanabhāṣya
○bhāṣya n. N. of VṭVātsyāyana's Comm. on the Nyāya-sūtras
⋙ vātsyāyanasūtra
○sūtra n. = kāma-s○ (q.v.)
-sāra m. N. of wk. by Kshemêndra
⋙ vātsyāyani
vātsyāyani m. N. of a law-giver Cat
≫ vātsyāyanīya
vātsyāyanīya n. a wk. composed by Vātsyāyana (esp. the Kāma-sūtras) Cat
vāda mfn. (fr. √vad) speaking of or about ( brahma-v○)
• causing to sound, playing ( See viiṇā-v○)
• m. speech, discourse, talk, utterance, statement Mn. MBh. &c
• (ifc.) speaking about, mentioning MBh. Hariv. BhP
• advice, counsel MBh
• a thesis, proposition, argument, doctrine Sarvad. Suśr
• discussion, controversy, dispute, contest, quarrel Mn. MBh. &c
• agreement Daś
• cry, song, note (of a bird) AitBr. [Page 940, Column 1]
• sound, sounding (of a musical instrument) Pañcat
• demonstrated conclusion, result W
• a plaint, accusation ib
• a reply ib
• explanation, exposition (of holy texts &c.) MW
• report, rumour ib
⋙ vādakathā
○kathā f. N. of wk. on the Vedânta
⋙ vādakara
○kara mfn. making a discussion, causing a dispute W
⋙ vādakartṛ
○kartṛ m. a player on a musical instrument Saṃgīt
⋙ vādakalpaka
○kalpaka m. or n
⋙ vādakutūhala
○kutūhala n. N. of wks
⋙ vādakṛt
○kṛt mfn. = -kara MW
⋙ vādakautūhala
○kautūhala n
⋙ vādagrantha
○grantha m. N. of wks
⋙ vādacañcu
○cañcu mfn. clever in repartee, a good jester Bhartṛ
⋙ vādaḍiṇḍima
○ḍiṇḍima m
⋙ vādataraṃgiṇī
○taraṃgiṇī f. N. of wks
⋙ vādada
○da mfn. emulating, vying with (comp.) Śiś
⋙ vādanakṣatramalāsūryodaya
○nakṣatra-malā-sūryôdaya m
⋙ vādanakṣatramālikā
○nakṣatra-mālikā f. (also called nakṣatra-vādamālikā, or nakṣatra-vādâvalī), a defence of the Vedânta against the Mīmāṃsā doctrine
⋙ vādapariccheda
○pariccheda m. N. of wks
⋙ vādaprativāda
○prativāda m. (sg. and du.) a set disputation, assertion and counter assertion, statement and contradiction, controversy, disputation MW
⋙ vādaphakkikā
○phakkikā f
⋙ vādamañjarī
○mañjarī f
⋙ vādamahārṇava
○mahârṇava m. N. of wks
⋙ vādayuddha
○yuddha n. war of words, controversy, dispute Mn. xii, 46
-pradhāna mfn. skilled in controversial discussion ib
⋙ vādaraṅga
○raṅga m. Ficus Religiosa L
⋙ vādarata
○rata mfn. adhering to or following any partic. proposition or doctrine W
• addicted to controversy, disputatious ib
⋙ vādaratnāvalī
○ratnâvalī f. N. of wk
⋙ vādavatī
○vatī f. N. of a river L
⋙ vādavāda
○vāda mfn. causing a controversy BhP
• an assertion about a proposition ib
⋙ vādavādin
○vādin See syād-vāda-vādin
⋙ vādavivāda
○vivāda m. sg. or du. discussion about a statement, argument and disputation MW
⋙ vādasaṃgraha
○saṃgraha m. N. of wk
⋙ vādasādhana
○sādhana n. proof of an assertion, maintaining of an argument, controversy W
⋙ vādasudhākara
○sudhâkara m
⋙ vādasudhāṭīkāratnāvalī
○sudhā-ṭīkāratnâvalī f. N. of wks
⋙ vādādrikuliśa
vādâdri-kuliśa m. or n. N. of wk
⋙ vādānuvāda
vādânuvāda m. du. assertion and reply, plea and counterplea, accusation and defence, controversy, dispute, disputation W
⋙ vādārtha
vādârtha m. N. of various wks
-khaṇḍana n. -cūḍāmaṇi m. -dīpikā f. N. of wks
⋙ vādāvalī
vādâvalī f. N. of wk
≫ vādaka
vādaka mfn. (fr. Caus. of √vad) making a speech, speaking, a speaker MW
• m. a musician Saṃgīt
• a partic. mode of beating a drum ib
≫ vādana
vādana m. a player on any musical instrument, musician R
• n. = -ḍaṇḍa ŚrS
• (ifc. f. ā) sound, sounding, playing a musṭmusical instrṭinstrument, music Mn. MBh. &c
⋙ vādanadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. a stick for striking a musṭmusical instrṭinstrument L
⋙ vādanapariccheda
○pariccheda m. N. of wk
≫ vādanaka
vādanaka n. playing a musical instrument MBh
≫ vādanīya
vādanīya m. 'to be made to resound', a reed L
≫ vādānya
vādānya mfn. = vadānya L
≫ vādāyana
vādāyana m. patr. fr. vada g. aśvâdi
≫ vādi 1
vādi mfn. speaking Uṇ. iv, 124 Sch
• learned, wise ib
≫ vādi 2
vādi (not always separable from prec.), in comp. for vādin
⋙ vādikaraṇakhaṇḍana
○karaṇa-khaṇḍana n
⋙ vādikhaṇḍana
○khaṇḍana n
⋙ vādighaṭamudgara
○ghaṭa-mudgara m. N. of wks
⋙ vādicandra
○candra m. (with sūri) N. of a Jaina Cat
⋙ vāditarjana
○tarjana n. N. of wk
⋙ vāditva
○tva n. See satya-vāditva
⋙ vādibhīkarācārya
○bhīkarâcārya m. N. of an author
⋙ vādibhūṣaṇa
○bhūṣaṇa n. N. of wk
⋙ vādirāj
○rāj m. 'king among disputants, an excellent disputant Pañcat
• a Bauddha sage (also N. of Mañju-ghosha or Mañju-śrī) L
⋙ vādirāja
○rāja m. N. of various authors (also -tīrtha, -pati, -śiṣya, -śvāmin)
⋙ vādivāgīśvara
○vāg-īśvara m. N. of an author L
⋙ vādivinoda
○vinoda m. N. of wk. by Śamkara-miśra
⋙ vādiśrīvallabha
○śrī-vallabha m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vādisiṃha
○siṃha m. 'lion of disputants', N. of Buddha L
⋙ vādīndra
vādī7ndra m. N. of a philosopher and a poet ib
⋙ vādībhasiṃha
vādī7bhasiṃha m. N. of a Jaina ib
⋙ vādīśvara
vādī7śvara m. = vādirāj, an excellent disputant Dhanaṃj
⋙ vādyadhyāya
vādy-adhyāya m. N. of a ch. of the Saṃgīta-ratnâkara
≫ vādika
vādika mfn. talking, speaking, asserting, maintaining, (a theory &c.) MBh
• m. a conjurer, magician Hact. (vḷ. vātika)
≫ vādita
vādita mfn. (fr. Caus. of √vad) made to speak or to be uttered &c
• made to sound, sounded, played BhP
• n. instrumental music ŚāṅkhBr.: Gobh
≫ vāditavya
vāditavya mfn. to be said or spoken &c
• n. instrumental music MBh
≫ vāditra
vāditra n. a musical instrument Āpast
• music, musical performance ib. Gobh. Gaut. &c
• a musical choir Uttamac
⋙ vāditragaṇa
○gaṇa m. a band of music MW
⋙ vāditralaguḍa
○laguḍa m. a drum-stick L
⋙ vāditravat
○vat mfn. accompanied by music KātyŚr
≫ vādin
vādin mfn. saying, discoursing, speaking, talking, speaking or talking about (often ifc. or sometimes with acc. of object), declaring, proclaiming, denoting, designating (or sometimes = designated as, addressed by a title &c.) Mn. MBh. &c. [Page 940, Column 2]
• producing sounds ŚāṅkhŚr
• m. a speaker, asserter, (ifc.) the teacher or propounder, or adherent of any doctrine or theory MaitrUp. Śaṃk. Sarvad
• a disputant MBh. Hariv. &c
• a plaintiff, accuser, prosecutor (du. plaintiff and defendant) Yājñ. Nār
• an alchemist Kālac
• a player on any musical instrument, musician ( See f.), the leading or key-note W
• N. of Buddha (as 'the disputant') L
• (inī), f. a female musician R
• (prob.) N. of a Comm. on the Amara-kośa
≫ vādiśa
vādiśa mfn. (prob. for vādī7śa) = sādhu-vādin L
• m. a learned and virtuous man, sage, seer W
≫ vādya
vā́dya mfn. to be said or spoken or pronounced or uttered AitBr
• to be sounded or played (as a musical instrument) Cat
• n. a speech ŚBr
• instrumental music Mālav. Kathās. &c
• m. or n. a musical instrument R. Kathās. Pañcat
⋙ vādyakara
○kara (MW.),
⋙ vādyadhara
○dhara (BhP.), m. 'performer on a musṭmusical instṭinstrument', a musician
⋙ vādyanirghoṣa
○nirghoṣa m. the sound of musṭmusical instṭinstrument W
⋙ vādyabhaṇḍa
○bhaṇḍa n. a musṭmusical instṭinstrument SaddhP
• a multitude of musṭmusical instṭinstrument, bind L
-mukha n. the mouth or top part or point of a musṭmusical instṭinstrument L
⋙ vādyamaṇḍa
○maṇḍa wṛ. for vāṭya-m○
⋙ vādyavādakasāmagrī
○vādaka-sāmagrī f. the whole collection of musṭmusical instṭinstrument and those who play upon them L
≫ vādyaka
vādyaka n. instrumental music BhP
≫ vādyamāna
vādyamāna mfn. (fr. Caus. of √vad) being made to speak or sound &c
• n. instrumental music Hariv
≫ vādyoka
vādyoka m. N. of a poet Cat
vādara ○rāyaṇa, See bādara
vādala m. liquorice L
• a dark day L. (cf. bādara)
vādāma See bādāma
vādāla m. the sheat-fish (= vadāla) L
vādira m. N. of a partic. tree (resembling the Badarī) L
vāduli m. N. of a son of Viśvāmitra MBh. (vḷ. vāhuli)
vādgala (?), n. the lip Gal
vādh vādha &c. See √bādh
vādhava n. (fr. vadhū), g. udgātrādi
≫ vādhavaka
vādhavaka n. (fr. id.), g. kulālâdi
≫ vādhukya
vādhukya n. (fr. id.) the taking a wife, marriage L
≫ vādhūya
vā́dhūya mfn. (fr. id.) relating to a bride, bridal
• n. a bridal dress, wedding garment RV. AV. Kauś
vādhāvata vḷ. for vātāvata, q.v
vādhin See loka-vādhin
vādhula m. N. of a man Saṃskārak
≫ vādhūla
vādhūla (cf. bādhūla), m. N. of a man Cat
≫ vādhūleya
vādhūleya m. a patr., g. kārta-kaujapa (Kāś. vārcaleya)
≫ vādhaula
vādhaula m. patr. ĀśvŚr
vādhū f. (fr. √vadh = vah) a vessel, boat, raft W
vādhūna m. N. of a teacher (prob. wṛ. for vādhūla above)
vādhyoṣāyaṇa m. patr. fr. vadhyoṣa g. bidâdi
vādhriya (?), m. patr. Pravar
≫ vādhryaśva
vā́dhryaśva m. patr. fr. vadhry-aśva RV. ĀśvŚr
≫ vādhryaśvi
vādhryaśvi m. patr. ĀrshBr
vādhrīṇasa or ○saka m. a rhinoceros MBh. R. MārkP. (accord. to a Sch. also 'a kind of goat, bull, or bird'
• cf. vardhrāṇasa and vārdhrīṇ○)
vāna 2
vāna mfn. (fr. √vai
• for 1. See p. 935, col. 3) dried &c
• n. dry or dried fruit L
• a kind of bamboo manna L
vāna 3
vāna n. (fr. √ve) the act of weaving or sewing Nyāyam. Sāy. (reckoned among the 64 Kalās)
• a mat of straw L
⋙ vānadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. a weaver's loom L. (wṛ. vāṇā-d○)
≫ vānīya
vānīya mfn. to be woven &c. Pat
vāna 4
vāna m. or n. (?) a hole in the wall of a house L. [Page 940, Column 3]
vāna 5
vāna m. an intelligent man L
• N. of Yama L
vāna 6
vāna mf(ī)n. (fr. 1. vana, p. 917) relating to a wood or to a dwelling in a wood &c. W
• n. a dense wood Nalôd
• a multitude of woods or groves or thickets W
≫ vānaka
vānaka n. the state of a Brahma-cārin L
≫ vānakauśāmbeya
vānakauśāmbeya mfn. (fr. vana-kauśāmbī), g. nady-ādi
≫ vānaprastha
vānaprastha m. (fr. vana-prastha) a Brāhman in the third stage of life (who has passed through the stages of student and householder and has abandoned his house and family for an ascetic life in the woods
• See āśrama), hermit, anchorite (mentioned by Megasthenes under the name ?) Āpast. Mn. MBh. &c. RTL. 362
• a class of supernatural beings MW
• Bassia Latifolia or Butea Frondosa L
• mfn. relating to a Vānaprastha
• m. (scil. āśrama) the third stage of a Brāhman's life, forest-life MBh. R. Hariv
⋙ vānaprasthadharma
○dharma mfn. the law or duty of a Vānaprastha MW
⋙ vānaprasthāśrama
vānaprasthâśrama m. the order of a Vānaprastha ib
≫ vānaprasthya
vānaprasthya n. the condition of a Vānaprastha Āpast
≫ vānara
vānara m. (prob. fr. vanar, p. 918) 'forest-animal', a monkey, ape (ifc. f. ā) Mn. MBh. &c
• a kind of incense, Olibanum L
• (with ācārya) N. of a writer on medicine Cat
• (ī), f. a female ape MBh. R. Kathās
• Carpopogon Pruriens L
• mf(ī)n. belonging to an ape or monkey, monkey-like &c. MBh. R
⋙ vānaraketana
○ketana m. 'monkey-bannered', N. of Arjuna MBh
⋙ vānaraketu
○ketu m. the monkey-banner ib
• = prec. ib
⋙ vānaradhvaja
○dhvaja m. = -ketana ib
⋙ vānarapriya
○priya m. 'dear to monkey', the tree Mimusops Kauki L
⋙ vānararāja
○rāja m. 'monkey-king', a strong or excellent monkey MBh
⋙ vānaravīramāhātmya
○vīra-māhātmya n. N. of a ch. of the SkandaP
⋙ vānarākṣa
vānarâkṣa m. 'monkey-eyed', a wild goat L. (vḷ. bālavāhya)
⋙ vānarākhya
vānarâkhya n. Olibanum VarBṛS. Sch
⋙ vānarāghāta
vānarâghāta m. 'monkey-stroke', i.e. 'struck or injured by monkey', the tree Symplocos Racemosa (commonly called Lodhra or Lodh) L
⋙ vānarāpasada
vānarâpasada m. a contemptible mṭmonkey MW
⋙ vanarāṣṭaka
vanarâṣṭaka n. N. of eight verses (supposed to be spoken by a monkey)
⋙ vānarāsya
vānarâsya m. pl. 'monkey-faced', N. of a people VP
⋙ vānarendra
vānarêndra m. 'monkey-chief', N. of Sugrīva or of Hanumat L
⋙ vānareśvaratīrtha
vānarêśvara-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha
≫ vānaryaṣṭaka
vānary-aṣṭaka n. N. of a poem (cf. vānarâṣṭaka)
≫ vānala
vānala m. the black species of Tulasī or holy basil (Ocymum Sanctum) L
≫ vānavāsaka
vānavāsaka mf(ikā)n. belonging to the (people of the) Vana-vāsakas Cat
• m. the son of a Vaiśya and a Vaidehī L
• (ikā), f. a kind of metre Col
≫ vānavāsī
vānavāsī f. N. of a city Daś
⋙ vānavāsīmāhātmya
○māhātmya n. N. of ch. of the Skandap. Cat
≫ vānavāsya
vānavāsya m. a king of Vānavāsī ib
≫ vānaspatya
vānaspatyá mf(ā)n. (fr. vanas-pati) coming from a tree, wooden AV. VS. Br. GṛŚrS
• prepared from trees (as Soma) AitBr
• performed under trees (as a sacrifice) BhP
• living under trees or in woods (said of Śiva) R
• belonging to a sacrificial post
• m. a tree or shrub or any plant AV. (accord. to L. any flowering fruit-tree, such as the Mango, Eugenia &c.)
• n. the fruit of a tree Br. Mn. viii, 2, 39
• a multitude or group of trees Pāṇ. 4-1, 85 Vārtt. 10 Pat
≫ vānā
vānā f. a quail L
≫ vānāvāsya
vānāvāsya wṛ. for vānavāsya
≫ vānika
vānika mfn. (prob.) living in the wood, Bhav
≫ vānīra
vānīra m. (ifc. f. ā) a sort of cane or reed, Calamus Rotang MBh. Kāv. &c
• = citraka L
⋙ vānīragṛha
○gṛha n. an arbour of reeds Ragh
⋙ vānīraja
○ja m. Saccharum Munjia L
• Costus Speciosus or Arabicus L
≫ vānīraka
vānīraka m. Saccharum Munjia L
≫ vāneya
vāneya mf(ī)n. living or growing in a wood, sylvan MBh. R
• relating or belonging to water &c. W
• n. Cyperus Rotundus L
⋙ vāneyapuṣpa
○puṣpa n. a forest flower MBh
≫ vānya
vānya mf(ā)n. relating to a wood, sylvan Baudh
• (ā), f. See next
≫ vānyā 1
vānyā f. (for 2. See p. 941, col. 1) a dense wood or a collection of woods L
vānamantara m. pl. (with Jainas) a class of gods L
vānava m. pl. N. of a people MBh
vānāyu m. = vanāyu, N. of a country (pl. a people) to the west of India VP
• an antelope L. (vḷ. vātāyu)
⋙ vānāyuja
○ja mfn. 'Vānāyu-born', a VṭVānāyu horse (regarded as of a particularly good breed) MBh. R. [Page 941, Column 1]
vānīra See p. 940, col. 3
vānta mfn. (fr. √vam) vomited, ejected from the mouth, effused Br. MBh. Pur. (e ind. when one has vṭvomited)
• dropped Ragh. vii, 6
• one who has vomited Mn. v, 144
• m. N. of a family of priests Cat
⋙ vāntavṛṣṭi
○vṛṣṭi mfn. (a cloud) that has shed its rain Megh
⋙ vāntāda
vāntâda m. 'eating what is vomited', a dog L
• (prob.) a kind of bird Car
⋙ vāntānna
vāntânna n. vomited food L
⋙ vāntāśin
vāntâśin mfn. eating vomited food, a foul feeder Mn. BhP. HPariś
• a person who tells his Gotra &c. for the sake of getting food L
• a foulfeeding demon MW
≫ vānti
vānti f. the act of vomiting, ejecting from the mouth L
⋙ vāntikṛt
○kṛt mfn. causing vomiting, emetic L
• m. Vanguieria Spinosa L
⋙ vāntida
○da mfn. = prec. L
• (ā), f. N. of various plants (Helleborus Niger, Wrightia Antidysenterica or Calotropis Gigantea &c.) L
⋙ vāntiśodhanī
○śodhanī f. Nigella Indica L
⋙ vāntihṛt
○hṛt wṛ. for -kṛt
≫ vāntī
vāntī in comp. for vānta
⋙ vāntīkṛ
○√kṛ P. -karoti, to reject, give up, resign Buddh
⋙ vāntībhāva
○bhāva m. the being given up ib
≫ vāma 1
vāma m. (for 2. and 3. See col. 2) the act of vomiting, g. jvalâdi
• (ī), f. id. Gal
≫ vāmaka 1
vāmaka mfn. (for 2. See col. 3) one who vomits MW
≫ vāmanīya
vāmanīya mfn. causing vomiting, emetic Suśr
• to be cured with emetics ŚārṅgS
≫ vāmin 1
vāmin mfn. (for 2. See col. 3) vomiting, ejecting from the mouth TS. ŚBr
• (inī), f. (with yoni) a vulva ejecting the semen virile Suśr
≫ vāmya 1
vāmya mfn. (for 2. and 3. See cols. 2, 3) to be cured with emetics ŚārṅgS
vāndana m. patr. fr. vandana ĀśvŚr
vānyā 2
vānyā́ f. (for 1. See p. 940, col. 3) a cow whose calf is dead TBr. (cf. api-, abhi-, ni-v○)
vāpa 1
vāpa m. = 1. vāya, 'weaving' or 'a weaver' ( See tantu-, tantra-, sūtra-v○)
⋙ vāpadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. a weaver's loom L. (cf. vāna- and vāya-d○)
≫ vāpaka
vāpaka See paṭṭikā-v○
vāpa 2
vāpa m. (fr. √1. vap) the act of shearing or shaving ( See kṛta-v○)
≫ vāpana 1
vāpana n. the act of causing to shave or of shaving GṛŚrS
≫ vāpita 1
vāpita mfn. (fr. Caus.) shaven, shorn L
vāpa 3
vāpa m. (fr. √2. vap) a sower ( See bīja-v○)
• the act of sowing seed W
• the act of pouring in or mixing with Nyāyam
• seed MBh
• (ifc.) sown with L. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-4, 11 Sch.)
≫ vāpana 2
vāpana n. the act of scattering or sowing SaṃhUp
≫ vāpi
vāpi f. = vāpī, a pond BhP. (cf. Uṇ. iv, 124)
≫ vāpikā
vāpikā f. id. Kāv
≫ vāpita 2
vāpita mfn. (fr. Caus.) caused to be sown, sown (as seed) VarBṛS
≫ vāpin
vāpin mfn. (ifc.) sowing Pāṇ. 8-4, 11 Sch
≫ vāpima
vāpima n. an unannealed vessel L. (cf. next)
≫ vāpī
vāpī f. any pond (made by scattering or damming up earth), a large oblong pond, an oblong reservoir of water, tank, pool, lake Mn. MBh. &c. (cf. krīḍā-v○)
• a partic. constellation VarBṛS
⋙ vāpīkūpataṭākaśānti
○kūpa-taṭāka-śānti f
⋙ vāpīkūpataḍāgādipaddhati
○kūpa-taḍāgâdi-paddhati f. N. of wks
⋙ vāpījala
○jala n. lake-water Ml
⋙ vāpīviśtīrṇa
○viśtīrṇa (prob.) n. a hole (made by a thief in a wall) resembling a pond Mṛicch
⋙ vāpīha
○ha m. 'abandoning lakes', the Cātaka bird, Cuculus Melanoleucus L
⋙ vāpyutsarga
vāpy-utsarga m. N. of wk
≫ vāpīka
vāpīka (ifc.) = vāpī Kathās
• m. N. of a poet Cat
≫ vāpya
vāpya mfn. to be scattered or sown or cast or thrown Kauś
• coming from ponds or tanks (as water) Suśr
• m. a father(?) L
• n. Costus Speciosus or Arabicus L. (vḷ. vyāpya)
≫ vāpyāya
vāpyāya Nom. P., ○yate (only pr. p. vāpyāyamāna), to become or resemble a pond Divyâv
vāpuṣa mfn. (fr. vapus) wonderful, admirable RV
vābhaṭa m. N. of a lexicographer L. (prob. wṛ. for vāg-bhaṭa)
vābhi See ūrṇa-vā́bhi
vām (encl.) acc. dat. gen. du. of 2nd pers. pron. (cf. Pāṇ. 8-1, 20 ; 24 &c.) RV. &c. &c. (the accented vā́m in RV. vi, 55, 1 is thought to be = āvām nom. du. of 1st pers. pron.) [Page 941, Column 2]
vāma 2
vāmá mf(ī́ or ā)n. (fr. √1. van
• for 1. See col. 1) lovely, dear, pleasant, agreeable, fair, beautiful, splendid, noble RV. &c. &c
• (ifc.) striving after, eager for, intent upon, fond of Kāv. Kathās. Rājat
• m. the female breast L
• the god of love L
• N. of Śiva BhP
• of a Rudra ib
• of Varuṇa L
• (with Śaivas) = vāma-deva-guhya Sarvad
• of a son of Ṛicīka MBh. (B. rāma)
• of a son of Kṛishṇa and Bhadrā BhP
• of a prince (son of Dharma) Cat
• of a son of Bhaṭṭa-nārāyaṇa Kshitîś. (cf. -deva)
• of one of the Moon's horses VP
• m. or n. a kind of pot-herb, Chenopodium Album L
• (ā), f. a beautiful woman, any woman or wife Pañcar. Sāh
• a partic. form of Durgā Pur
• a partic. Śakti Hcat
• N. of Lakshmī W
• of Sarasvatī ib
• of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda MBh
• of the mother of Pārśva (the 23rd Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī) L
• (áyā), ind. in a pleasant or lovely manner RV. viii, 9, 7
• (ī), f. a mare L. (vāmī-ratha mfn. Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 20)
• a she-ass L
• a female camel (cf. uṣṭra-v○)
• a young female elephant L
• the female of the jackal L
• n. a lovely thing, any dear or desirable good (as gold, horses &c.), wealth, fortune RV. AV. Br. ChUp
• mfn. relating to a mare Pat. (cf. under ī f. above)
⋙ vāmajāta
○jāta (vāmá-), mfn. lovely or dear by nature RV. x, 140, 3. -1
⋙ vāmatā
○tā f
⋙ vāmatva
○tva n. (for 2. See col. 3) loveliness W
⋙ vāmadatta
○datta m. 'given by Śiva', N. of a man Kathās
• (ā), f. N. of a woman ib
⋙ vāmadṛś
○dṛś (nom. k) or f. a fair-eyed woman Kāv
⋙ vāmadṛṣṭi
○dṛṣṭi f. a fair-eyed woman Kāv
⋙ vāmadeva
○deva (vāmá-), m. N. of an ancient Ṛishi (having the patr. gautama, author of the hymns RV. iv, 1-41 ; 45-48, comprising nearly the whole fourth Maṇḍala
• pl. his family) RV. &c. &c
• of minister of Daśa-ratha MBh. R
• of a king MBh. Hariv
• of a son of Nārāyaṇa (father of Viśva-nātha) Cat
• of a lawyer, a poet &c. (also with upâdhyāya and bhaṭṭâ-cārya) ib
• of a form of Śiva Hariv. BhP
• of a demon presiding over a partic. disease Hariv
• of a mountain in Sālmala-dviipa BhP
• of the third day or Kalpa in the month of Brahmā ( See under kalpa)
• (ī), f. a form of Durgā Hcat
• mf(ī)n. relating to the Ṛishi Vāma-deva MBh
-guhya m. (with Śaivas) one of the five forms of Śiva Sarvad
-rathá m. Vāma-dṭdeva's chariot MaitrS
-saṃhitā f. N. of wk. -devyá mfn. coming or descended from the Ṛishi Vāma-deva ŚBr
• m. patr. of Aṃho-muc (author of RV. x, 127) Anukr
• of Bṛihad-uktha and Mūrdhanvat ib
• n. N. of various Sāmans ĀrshBr
-vidyā f. N. of wk
⋙ vāmadhvaja
○dhvaja m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vāmanayanā
○nayanā f. a faireyed woman Kāv. -1
⋙ vāmanī
○nī mfn. (for 2. See p. 942, col. 1) bringing wealth ChUp
-tva n. the attribute of bestowing wealth Śaṃk
⋙ vāmanīti
○nīti (vāmá-), mfn. conducting to wealth or to the good RV
⋙ vāmanetra
○netra n. a mystical N. of the vowel ī L
• (ā), f. = -nayanā L
⋙ vāmabhāj
○bhā́j mfn. partaking of goods or of the good RV
⋙ vāmabhṛt
○bhṛ́t f. a kind of brick (-tvá n.) TS. MaitrS. -1
⋙ vāmabhrū
○bhrū́ f. (for 2. See col. 3) a woman (with fine eyebrows or eyes) Kāv
⋙ vāmamoṣa
○moṣá mfn. stealing precious things TS
⋙ vāmaratha
○ratha m. N. of a man (pl. his family), g. kurv-ādi
⋙ vāmarathya
○rathya m. patr. fr. prec. ib
• a branch of the Ātreyas KātyŚr
⋙ vāmalocana
○locana mfn. fair-eyed Śak
• (ā), f. = -dṛś Hit
• N. of a woman (the daughter of Vīra-ketu) Daś
⋙ vāmaśiva
○śiva m. N. of a man Kathās
⋙ vāmasvabhāva
○svabhāva mf(ā)n. of noble character or disposition BhP
⋙ vāmākṣi
vāmâkṣi n. = vāma-netra L
• (ī), f. = vāmadṛś Kāv. Kathās
⋙ vāmāpīḍana
vāmâpīḍana (or ○mA-p○ ?), m. Careya Arborea or Salvadora Persica L
⋙ vāmekṣaṇā
vāmêkṣaṇā f. = vāma-nayanā Hāsy
⋙ vāmoru
vāmôru or f. (Nom. ○rūs Śiś. viii, 24
⋙ vāmorū
vāmôrū f. (Nom. ○rūs Śiś. viii, 24
• voc. ○rū
Vām. v, 2, 49
• compar. [○r˘U-tarA] Vop.) a handsome-thighed woman MBh. Kāv. BhP
≫ vāmila
⋙ vāmīyabhāṣya
vāmīya-bhāṣya See col. 3
≫ vāmya 2
vāmya mfn. (for 1. See col. 1, for 3. col. 3) belonging to Vāma-deva MBh
vāma 3
vā́ma mf(ā)n. (perhaps originally identical with 2. above) left, not right, being or situated on the left side ŚBr. &c. &c. (the quivering of the left eye or arm is supposed to be a good omen in women and of the left arm a bad omen in men)
• reverse, adverse, contrary, opposite, unfavourable Kāv. Kathās
• crooked, oblique (am ind. sideways) BhP
• refractory, coy (in love) Sāh
• acting in the opposite way or differently Śak. iv, 18
• hard, cruel Kāv. Pur. [Page 941, Column 3]
• vile, wicked, base, low, bad Kir
• m. or n. the left side (vāmād dakṣiṇam, from the left to the right
vāmena, on the left side) Kāv. Kathās
• m. the left hand RāmatUp
• a snake L
• an animal, sentient being L
• n. adversity, misfortune Kathās
• the left-hand practices of the followers of the Tantras (= vāmâcāra, q.v.) Cat
⋙ vāmakaṭistha
○kaṭistha mfn. lying or situated on the left side Siṃhâs
⋙ vāmakirīṭin
○kirīṭin mfn. one whose crest or diadem is turned towards the left VarBṛS
⋙ vāmakukṣi
○kukṣi m. the left side of the abdomen Siṃhâs. (vḷ. -pārśva)
⋙ vāmacūḍa
○cūḍa or m. pl. 'left-crested', N. of a people Hariv
⋙ vāmacūla
○cūla m. pl. 'left-crested', N. of a people Hariv
⋙ vāmajuṣṭa
○juṣṭa n. = vāmakêśvara-tantra, Āryav
⋙ vāmatantra
○tantra n. N. of a Tantra
⋙ vāmatas
○tas ind. from or on the left MBh. Kāv. &c. -2
⋙ vāmatā
○tā f. (also pl. Kāv. Rājat.),
⋙ vāmatva
○tva n. (for 1. See col. 2) contrariety, disfavour, refractoriness, coyness
⋙ vāmanata
○nata mfn. bent or turned to the left VarBṛS
⋙ vāmapārśva
○pārśva m. the left side Siṃhâs. ( -kukṣi)
⋙ vāmabhāṣin
○bhāṣin mf(iṇī)n. speaking ill or adversely R. -2
⋙ vāmabhrū
○bhrū f. (for 1. See col. 2) the left eyebrow PratijñāS
⋙ vāmamārga
○mārga m. the left-hand doctrine ( vāmâcāra) Cat
○gin m. = vāmâcārin RTL. 185
⋙ vāmaśīla
○śīla mfn. of bad character or disposition Kir
• refractory or timid (in love), coy Mālatīm
⋙ vāmastha
○stha mfn. standing on the left Kathās
⋙ vāmahasta
○hasta m. the dew-lap of a goat Aryav
⋙ vāmāgama
vāmâgama m. = next W
⋙ vāmācāra
vāmâcāra m. the left-hand practices or doctrines of the Tantras (i.e. the worship of the Śakti or Female Energy personified as the wife of Śiva, as opposed to dakṣiṇâcāra, q.v.) Cat
• mfn. behaving badly or in the wrong way Suśr. Pañcar
○rin m. an adherent of the lefthand practices of the followers of the Tantras. IW. 523, n. 1
⋙ vāmārambha
vāmârambha mfn. refractory, stubborn Mālatīm
⋙ vāmārcanacandrikā
vāmârcana-candrikā f. N. of a Tantric wk
⋙ vāmārcis
vāmârcis mfn. (a fire) flaming towards the left (and so foreboding evil) MBh
⋙ vāmāvacara
vāmâvacara mfn. keeping on the left side Lalit
⋙ vāmāvarta
vāmâvarta mfn. winding or wound towards the left Bhpr
• turned towards the left or west Hcat
⋙ vāmetara
vāmêtara mfn. 'different from left', right Ragh
⋙ vāmaikavṛtti
vāmâika-vṛtti mfn. always acting perversely (-tva n.) Kathās
≫ vāmaka 2
vāmaka mf(ikā)n. (for 1. See col. 1) left, not right VarBṛS. Malatīm
• adverse, cruel, rough, hard KālP
• m. a partic. mixed tribe MBh
• N. of a king of Kāśi Car
• of a son of Bhajamāna VP
• of a Cakra-vartin Buddh
• (prob.) n. a kind of gesture Vikr
• (ikā), f. N. of Durgā MW
⋙ vāmakeśvaratantra
vāmakêśvara-tantra n. and N. of wks
⋙ vāmakeśvarasaṃhitā
vāmakêśvara-saṃhitā f. N. of wks
≫ vāmakakṣāyaṇa
vā́makakṣāyaṇa (once ○yaṇá), m. patr. ŚBr
≫ vāmin 2
vāmin mfn. (for 1. See this page, col. 1) = vāmâcarin W
≫ vāmila
vāmila mfn. = vāma or dāmbhika L
≫ vāmīkṛ
vāmī-√kṛ P. -karoti, to turn or direct towards the left side VarBṛS
≫ vāmīyabhāṣya
vāmīya-bhāṣya n. N. of wk
≫ vāmya 3
vāmya n. (for 1. and 2. See cols. 1, 2) perverseness, refractoriness Naish. Sāh
vāman (g. pāmâdi), prob. invented to explain vāmana
vāmaná mf(ā)n. (of doubtful derivation) dwarfish, small or short in stature, a dwarf VS. &c. &c
• small, minute, short (also of days) MBh. Kāv. &c
• bent, inclined HPariś
• relating to a dwarf or to Vishṇu (cf. below), treating of him Pur
• descended from the elephant Vāmana ( See below) R
• m. 'the Dwarf', N. of Vishṇu in his fifth Avatāra or descent (undertaken to humble the pride of the Daitya Bali q.v.
• the germ of the story of this incarnation seems to be contained in the 1st book of the ŚBr
• the later legend is given in R. i, 32, 2)
• N. of a partic. month VarBṛS
• of Śiva MBh. xiv, 193
• a dwarfish bull MaitrS. TS
• a goat with partic. marks VarBṛS
• a person born under a partic. constellation ib
• = kāṇḍa L
• Alangium Hexapetalum L
• N. of a serpent-demon MBh
• of a son of Garuḍa ib
• of a son of Hiraṇya-garbha Hariv
• of one of the 18 attendants of the Sun L
• of a Dānava Hariv
• of a Muni Cat
• of a poet (minister under Jayâpīḍa) Rājat
• (also with bhaṭṭa, ācārya &c.) of various other scholars and authors &c. (esp. of one of the authors of the Kāśikā-vṛitti, the other being Jayâditya, and of the author of the Kāvyâlaṃkāra-vṛitti)
• of the elephant that supports the south (or west) quarter MBh
• of a mountain MBh
• (pl.) N. of a people ib. (B. ambaṣṭha)
• (ā), f. N. of an Apsaras (vḷ. rāmaṇā) R
• (ī), f. a female dwarf W. [Page 942, Column 1]
• N. of a Yoginī Hcat
• a partic. disease of the vagina W. (prob. wṛ. for vāminī, q.v. under 1. vāmin)
• a sort of woman W
• a mare MW
• n. = vāmana-purāṇa and ○nôpapurāṇa (q.v.)
• N. of a place of pilgrimage (called after the dwarf form of Vishṇu) MBh
⋙ vāmanakārikā
○kārikā f
⋙ vāmanacitracaritra
○citra-caritra n
⋙ vāmanajayantīvrata
○jayantī-vrata n
⋙ vāmanajātaka
○jātaka n
⋙ vāmanatattva
○tattva n. N. of wks
⋙ vāmanatanu
○tanu mfn. dwarf-bodied MW
⋙ vāmanatā
○tā E (GāruḍaP.),
⋙ vāmanatva
○tva n. (ŚārṅgS.) shortness, dwarfishness (-tvaṃ-√gam, to assume the form of a dwart R.)
⋙ vāmanadatta
○datta and m. N. of two authors Cat
⋙ vāmanadeva
○deva m. N. of two authors Cat
⋙ vāmanadvādaśī
○dvādaśī f. N. of the 12th day in the light half of the month Caitra (on which a festival is held in honour of Vishṇu) L
-kathā f. -vrata n. N. of wks
⋙ vāmananighaṇṭu
○nighaṇṭu m. N. of a dictionary
⋙ vāmanapurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of one of the 18 Purāṇas (said to have been related by Pulastya to Nārada, and containing an account of the dwarf-incarnation of Vishṇu) IW. 514
⋙ vāmanaprādurbhāva
○prādur-bhāva m. 'the Dwarf manifestation or incarnation (cf. above)', N. of a ch. of the Hari-vañśa
⋙ vāmanarūpin
○rūpin mfn. dwarf-formed, being in the form of a dwarf MW
⋙ vāmanavṛtti
○vṛtti f. = kāśikā-vṛ○, or = kāvyâlaṃkāra-vṛ○
-ṭīkā f. N. of Mahêśvara's Comm. on the latter wk
⋙ vāmanavrata
○vrata n. N. of a partic. Vrata to be observed on the 12th day of Śrāvaṇa in celebration of Vishṇu's dwarf-incarnation L. (cf. vāmana-dvādaśī-vrata)
⋙ vāmanasūkta
○sū7kta n. N. of a partic. Vedic hymn Cat
⋙ vāmanasūtravṛtti
○sūtra-vṛtti f. = kāvyâlaṃkāra-vṛtti
⋙ vāmanastāva
○stāva m. N. of a ch. of the Harivaṃśa
⋙ vāmanasvāmin
○svāmin m. N. of a poet Cat
⋙ vāmanākṛti
vāmanâkṛti mfn. dwarf-shaped, dwarfish MW
⋙ vāmanānanda
vāmanânanda m. N. of an author Cat
⋙ vāmanānvaya
vāmanânvaya m. 'descended from the elephant Vāmana', an elephant with partic. marks Gal
⋙ vāmanāvatāra
vāmanâvatāra m. the dwarf-incarnation
-kathana n. N. of a ch. of the PadmaP
⋙ vāmaneśrama
vāmanêśrama m. N. of a partic. hermitage Ragh
⋙ vāmanendrasvāmin
vāmanêndra-svāmin m. N. of a preceptor Cat
⋙ vāmanebhī
vāmanêbhī f. the female of the elephant Vāmana L
⋙ vāmanopapurāṇa
vāmanôpapurāṇa n. N. of an Upapurāṇa
≫ vāmanaka
vāmanaka mf(ikā)n. dwarfish, small Hariv. BhP
• m. a dwarf VarBṛS. Kād
• a person born under a partic. constellation VarBṛS
• N. of a mountain MBh
• (ikā), f. N. of one of the Mātṛis attending on Skanda ib
• a female dwarf. Nalac
• a sort of womas ib
• n. dwarfishness (○kaṃ-√kṛ, to assume the form of a dwarf) BhP
• N. of a place of pilgrimage MBh
≫ vāmanī
vāmanī (for 1. See p. 941, col. 2), in comp. for vāmana
⋙ vāmanīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. turned into a dwarf (said of Vishṇu) ŚārṅgP
• pressed down, flattened Amar
⋙ vāmanībhūta
○bhūta mfn. become a dwarf, lowered, bent or broken down Śiś
vāmarin wṛ. for cāmarin L
vāmalūra m. au ant-hill KāśīKh
vāmila See p. 941, col. 3
vāmnī f. N. of a woman (cf. next)
≫ vāmneya
vāmneya m. metr. fr. prec. PañcavBr
vāmra m. (fr. vamra) N. of a Ṛishi Br
• n. N. of a Sāman Lāṭy
vāya 1
vāya m. (fr. √ve
1. vāpa) 'weaving' or 'a weaver' ( See tantu-, tantra-, tunna-, vāso-v○)
• a thread, strap ( See tiraścina-v○)
⋙ vāyadaṇḍa
○daṇḍa m. a weaver's loom L
≫ vāyaka 1
vāyaka m. a weaver, sower Kāv. Kathās. BhP
≫ vāyanakriyā
vāyana-kriyā f. weaver's work, weaving ĀpGṛ. Sch
≫ vāyarajju
vāya-rajju f. g. deva-pathâdi (Kāś. cāmar○)
≫ vāyin
vāyin mfn. weaving, sowing MW
vāya 2
vāya m. (said to be) patr. fr. vi, a bird Nir. vi, 28
vāya 3
vāya m. (fr. √vii) a leader, guide ( pada-vāyá)
vāyaka 2
vāyaka m. (said to be fr. √vay) a heap, multitude, number L
vāyata m. (fr. vayat), patr. of Pāśadymna RV. vii, 33, 2
vāyana or ○naka n. sweetmeats or cakes which may be eaten during a religious feast, presents of sweetmeats &c. (forming part of an offering to a deity or prepared on festive occasions, such as marriages &c.) L
• a kind of perfume
≫ vāyanin
vāyanin (?), m. patr. (also pl.) Saṃskārak. [Page 942, Column 2]
vāyava &c. See p. 943, col. 1
vāyasá m. (fr. vayas) a bird, (esp.) a large bird RV. i, 164, 52 (cf. Nir. iv, 17)
• a crow Br. MBh. &c
• a prince of the Vayas, g. pārśvâdi
• Agallochum or fragrant aloe L
• turpentine L
• a house facing the north-east L
• (ī), f. a female crow Mṛicch. Pañcat. Hit
• N. of various plants (accord. to L. Ficus Oppositifolia, Agati Grandiflora, = kākatuṇḍī and = mahā-jyotiṣmatī) Suśr
• mf(ī)n. relating or peculiar to crows MBh. Kāv. &c
• consisting of birds Nalôd
• containing the word vayas g. vimuktâdi
• n. a multitude of crows Pāṇ. 4-2, 37 Sch
⋙ vāyasajaṅghā
○jaṅghā f. a species of plant (= kāka-j○) L
⋙ vāyasatīra
○tīra n. (prob.) N. of a place (○rīya mfn.) Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 2 Pat
⋙ vāyasatuṇḍa
○tuṇḍa mfn. resembling the beak of a crow
• m. (with saṃdhi) the joint of the jaw, Processus Coronoideus Suśr
⋙ vāyasapīlu
○pīlu m. a partic. tree (= kāka-p○) Car
⋙ vāyasavidyā
○vidyā f. 'the science of (augury from observing) crows', N. of a ch. of VarBṛS
○dyika mfn. versed in the above science Pat. on Pāṇ. 4-2, 60
⋙ vāyasaśānti
○śānti f. N. of wk
⋙ vāyasādanī
vāyasâdanī f. (only L.) N. of various plants or trees (Agati Grandiflora
• Cardiospermum Halicacabum
• Capparis Sepiaria
• = kāka-tuṇḍī)
⋙ vāyasāntaka
vāyasântaka m. 'crow's enemy', id. L
⋙ vāyasāri
vāyasâri or m. 'crow's enemy', id. L
⋙ vāyasārāti
vāyaḍsârāti m. 'crow's enemy', id. L
⋙ vāyasāhvā
vāyasâhvā f. (only L.) Agati Grandiflora
• Solanum Indicum
• Capparis Sepiaria
⋙ vāyasekṣuka
vāyasêkṣuka m. Saccharum Spontaneum L
≫ vāyasī
vāyasī in comp. for vāyasa
⋙ vāyasīkṛta
○kṛta mfn. turned into a crow Subh
⋙ vāyasībhūta
○bhūta mfn. become or being a crow Kathās
≫ vāysolikā
vāysolikā or f. a medicinal √(= kākolī) Bhpr
⋙ vāysolī
vāysoḍlī f. a medicinal √(= kākolī) Bhpr
vāyaska Uṇ. ; iv, 188 Sch
vāyu 1
vāyú m. (fr. √2. ) wind, air (as one of the 5 elements
• in MBh. 7 winds are reckoned) RV. &c. &c
• the god of the wind (often associated with Indra in the Ṛig-veda, as Vāta q.v. with Parjanya, but although of equal rank with Indra, not occupying so prominent a position
• in the Purushasûkta he is said to have sprung form the breath of Purusha, and elsewhere is described as the son-in-law of Tvashṭṛi
• be is said to move in a shining car drawn by a pair of red or purple horses or by several teams consisting of ninety-nine or a hundred or even a thousand horses [cf. ni-yút]
• he is often made to occupy the same chariot with Indra, and in conjunction with him honoured with the first draught of the Soma libation
• he is rarely connected with the Maruts, although in i, 134, 4, he is said to have begotten them from the rivers of heaven
• he is regent of the Nakshatra Svāti and north-west quarter, loka-pāla) ib
• breathing, breath VPrāt ĪśUp
• the wind of the body, a vital air (of which 5 are reckoned, viz. prâṇa, apâna, samāna, udāna, and vyāna
• or nāga, kūrma, kṛkara, devadatta, and dhanaṃ-jaya) Hariv. Sāṃkhyak. Vedântas
• (in medicine) the windy humour or any morbid affection of it Suśr
• the wind as a kind of demon producing madness Kād. Vcar. (cf. -grasta)
• (in astron.) N. of the fourth Muhūrta
• a mystical N. of the letter ya Up
• N. of a Vasu Hariv
• of a Daitya ib
• of a king of the Gandharvas VP
• of a Marut R
• pl. the Maruts Kathās. MārkP
⋙ vāyukṛtsna
○kṛtsna n. one of the ten mystical exercises called Kṛitsna L
⋙ vāyuketu
○ketu m. 'wind-sign', dust L
⋙ vāyukeśa
○keśa (vāyú-), mfn. (prob.) having waving hair (said of the Gandþrvas) RV. iii, 38, 6
⋙ vāyukoṇa
○koṇa m. 'wind-corner', the north-west quarter W
⋙ vāyugaṇḍa
○gaṇḍa m. 'wind-swelling', flatulence, indigestion L
⋙ vāyugati
○gati mfn. going like the wind, swift as wind, fleet W
⋙ vāyugadya
○gadya N. of a Stotra
⋙ vāyugīta
○gīta mfn. sung by the wind (i.e. universally known) Mn. ix, 42
⋙ vāyugulma
○gulma m. 'wind-cluster', a whirlwind, hurricane W
• a whirlpool, eddy L
⋙ vāyugocara
○gocara m. the track or range of the wind MW
• the north-west Hcat
⋙ vāyugopa
○gopa (vāyú-), mfn. having the wind as protector RV. x, 151, 4
⋙ vāyugopā
○gopā mfn. id. MW
⋙ vāyugranthi
○granthi m. a lump or swelling caused by disturbance of the air in the body MārkP
⋙ vāyugrasta
○grasta mfn. 'wind-seized', affected by wind, mad VarBṛS. Daś
• flatulent
• gouty A
⋙ vāyughna
○ghna mfn. 'wind-destroying', curing windy disorders W
⋙ vāyucakra
○cakra m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis (said to be fathers of rise Maruts) MBh
• n. the range of the wind Vīrac
⋙ vāyuciti
○cití f. Vāyu's pile or layer ŚBr
⋙ vāyuja
○ja (prob.) m. 'air-born', N. of a tree (?) Pañcat. i, 224/226
⋙ vāyujāta
○jāta m. 'wind-born', N. of Hanu-mat W
⋙ vāyujvāla
○jvāla m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis ( -cakra) MBh. [Page 942, Column 3]
⋙ vāyutanaya
○tanaya m. = -putra MW
⋙ vāyutejas
○tejas (vāyú-), mfn. having the sharpness of wind AV. x, 5, 26
⋙ vāyutva
○tva n. the notion or idea of air Sarvad
⋙ vāyudatta
○datta m. N. of a man, g. śubhrâdi
-maya mf(ī)n. and -rūpya mfn. Pāṇ. 4-2, 104 Vārtt. 23 Sch
⋙ vāyudattaka
○dattaka m. endearing form of -datta Pat
⋙ vāyudatteya
○datteya mfn. (fr. -datta), g. sakhy-ādi
• m. patr. (fr. id.), g., śubhrâdi
⋙ vāyudāra
○dāra m. a cloud L
⋙ vāyudāru
○dāru m. 'air-tearer, air-scatterer', id. W
⋙ vāyudiś
○diś f. the north-west VarBṛS
⋙ vāyudīpta
○dīpta mfn. (said of animals in the practice of augury) VarBṛS
⋙ vāyudeva
○deva n. the lunar mansion Svāti (presided over by Vāyu) ib
⋙ vāyudaivata
○daivata or mfn. having Vāyu as a deity VarBṛS
⋙ vāyudaivatya
○daivatya mfn. having Vāyu as a deity VarBṛS
⋙ vāyudvāra
○dvāra n. the door of breath, AmṛitUp
⋙ vāyudhātu
○dhātu m. the element air or wind Sarvad
⋙ vāyudhāraṇa
○dhāraṇa mfn. (with divasa, m.) N. of partic. days in the light half of the month Jyaishṭha VarBṛS
⋙ vāyunandana
○nandana m. = -putra MW
⋙ vāyunānātva
○nānā-tva n. diversity of air (said to be caused by the concurrence [sammūrchana] of two winds) MW
⋙ vāyunighna
○nighna mfn. 'subject to wind', mad Daś
⋙ vāyunivṛtti
○nivṛtti f. 'cessation of wṭwind', a calm, lull W
• cure of windy disorders ib
⋙ vāyupañcaka
○pañcaka n. the set of five vital airs MW
⋙ vāyupatha
○patha m. 'wind-path', N. of a partic. region in the atmosphere Hariv. R
• N. of a king Kathās
⋙ vāyuparamāṇu
○paramâṇu m. a primary aerial atom MW
⋙ vāyuputra
○putra m. 'son of the wind', N. of Hanumat RāmatUp. R
• of Bhīma L
⋙ vāyuputrāya
○putrāya (only ○yita n. impers.), to represent or act the part of Hanumat Rājat
⋙ vāyupura
○pura n. N. of a town W
⋙ vāyupurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of one of the 18 Purāṇas (prob. one of the oldest, and supposed to have been revealed by the god Vāyu
• it treats of the creation of the world, the origin of the four classes, the worship of Śiva &c.). IW. 514
⋙ vāyupūta
○pūta mfn. purified by the wind NṛisUp
⋙ vāyupracyuta
○pracyuta (vāyú-), mf(ā)n. driven by the wind TS
⋙ vāyupraṇetra
○praṇetra (vāyú-), mfn. having the wind as leader ŚBr
⋙ vāyupratyakṣavāda
⋙ vāyupratyakṣavicāra
○pratyakḍṣa-vicāra m. N. of wks
⋙ vāyuphala
○phala n. 'wind-fruit', hail L
• the rainbow L
⋙ vāyubala
○bala m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis ( -cakra) MBh
• of a warrior who fought on the side of the gods against the Asuras Kathās
⋙ vāyubīja
○bīja n. seed or germ of the air Sarvad. (accord. to some N. of the syllable jam)
⋙ vāyubhakṣa
○bhakṣa mf(ā)n. eating (only) air, living on air MBh. R. BhP
• m. a snake L
• an ascetic W
• N. of a Muni MBh
⋙ vāyubhakṣaka
○bhakṣaka mfn. = -bhakṣa Hit
⋙ vāyubhakṣaṇa
○bhakṣaṇa n. the act of eating or living on air, fasting W
• m. = -bhuj A
⋙ vāyubhakṣya
○bhakṣya mfn. = -bhakṣa R
• m. a snake L
⋙ vāyubhāratīstotra
○bhāratī-stotra n. N. of a Stotra
⋙ vāyubhuj
○bhuj m. one who feeds only on air (as an ascetic, a snake &c.) A
⋙ vāyubhūta
○bhūta mfn. become air, become like the wind W
• going everywhere at will ib
⋙ vāyubhūti
○bhūti m. (with Jainas) N. of one of the eleven Gaṇâdhipas L. W
⋙ vāyubhojana
○bhojana mfn. = -bhakṣa, q.v. BhP
⋙ vāyumaṇḍala
○maṇḍala m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis ( -cakra) MBh
• n. a whirlwind ib
⋙ vāyumat
○mát mfn. attended with wind AV. ŚrS
• containing the word vāyu &c. TS
⋙ vāyumaya
○maya (vāyú-), mf(ī)n. having the nature of the wind or of air ŚBr. MBh
⋙ vāyumarullipi
○marullipi (fr. -marut + l○), f. a partic. mode of writing Lalit
⋙ vāyumārga
○mārga m. the path or track of the wind MW
• the atmosphere Gal
⋙ vāyurugṇa
○rugṇa mfn. broken off by the wṭwind R
⋙ vāyurujā
○rujā f. 'wind-disease', inflammation (of the eyes) MBh
⋙ vāyuretas
○retas m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis ( -cakra) MBh
⋙ vāyuroṣā
○roṣā (?), f. 'raging with wind', night L. (prob. for vāsurôṣā i.e. vāsurā + uṣā)
⋙ vāyulakṣaṇa
○lakṣaṇa n. the character or property of air (viz. touch) MW
• N. of wk
⋙ vāyuloka
○loka m. the world of Vāyu ŚāṅkhBr. KaushUp
⋙ vāyuvat
○vat ind. like wind MBh
⋙ vāyuvartman
○vartman m. (?) or n. 'wind-path', the atmosphere L

vāyuvalanapañcataraṃgiṇīmāhātmya3vāyú--valana-pañca-taraṃgiṇī-māhātmya n
⋙ vāyuvāda
○vāda m. N. of wks
⋙ vāyuvāha
○vāha m. 'having the wind for a vehicle', smoke, vapour L
⋙ vāyuvāhana
○vāhana m. 'id.', N. of Vishṇu L
• of Śiva Śivag
⋙ vāyuvāhinī
○vāhinī f. the air-conveying (vessel of the body) L
⋙ vāyuvega
○vega m. the velocity of the wind, a gust of wind ( See below)
• mfn. having the velṭvelocity of wind, fleet as the wṭwind L
• m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis ( See -cakra) MBh
• of a son of Dhṛitarāshṭra MBh
• (ā), f. N. of a Yoginī Kālac
• of a Kiṃ-nara maiden Kāraṇḍ
-yaśas f. N. of a sister of Vāyu-patha Kathās
-sama mfn. equal to the velocity of wind, swift as the wind R
⋙ vāyuvegaka
○vegaka mf(ikā)n. swift as the wṭwind Hcat
⋙ vāyuvegin
○vegin mfn. id., NādabUp
⋙ vāyuśānti
○śānti f
⋙ vāyusaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of wks
⋙ vāyusakha
○sakha or m. 'having the wind for a friend', fire L
⋙ vāyusakhi
○saḍkhi m. 'having the wind for a friend', fire L
⋙ vāyusama
○sama mfn. resembling the wind PārGṛ
• swift as wind W
• like air or wind, unsubstantial ib. [Page 943, Column 1]
⋙ vāyusambhava
○sambhava m. 'wind-born', N. of Hanumat W
• (ā), f. a red cow L
⋙ vāyusavitṛ
○savitṛ́ or m. du. Vāyu and Savitṛi MaitrS. (cf. vāyosāvitrá)
⋙ vāyusavitra
○saviḍtrá m. du. Vāyu and Savitṛi MaitrS. (cf. vāyosāvitrá)
⋙ vāyusuta
○suta m. = -putra MW
⋙ vāyusūnu
○sūnu m. patr. of Hanumat RāmatUp. R
⋙ vāyuskandha
○skandha m. the region of the wind Hariv. VarBṛS. &c
⋙ vāyustuti
○stuti f. N. of two hymns
⋙ vāyuhan
○han m. N. of one of the 7 Ṛishis of the Maruts MBh
⋙ vāyuhina
○hina mfn. destitute of wind MW
≫ vāyava
vāyava mf(ī)n. relating or belonging to the wind or air, given by or sacred to the god of wind &c. PārGṛ. MBh
• north-western
• (ī), f. (with or scil. diś) the north-west (cf. under vāyu). ĀśvGṛ
≫ vāyavīya
vāyavīya mfn. relating to the air or the wind or the god of the wind, windy, aerial Yājñ. Suśr. &c
⋙ vāyavīyatantra
○tantra n
⋙ vāyavīyasaṃhitā
○saṃhitā f. N. of wks
≫ vāyavīsaṃhitā
vāyavī-saṃhitā f. N. of wk. (= vāyaviiya-s○)
≫ vāyavya
vāyavyá mf(ā́)n. = vāyava (in both meanings) MaitrS. VarBṛS. MārkP
• n. (with or scil. pā́tra) N. of partic. Soma vessels shaped like mortars TS. Br. GṛŚrS
• the Nakshatra Svāti (of which Vāyu is the regent) VarBṛS
• (also m. and [ā], f.) the northwest (as presided over by Vāyu) VarBṛS. MārkP
⋙ vāyavyāpurāṇa
○purāṇa n. N. of a Purāṇa
≫ vāyuka
vāyuka m. endearing form for vāyu-datta Pat
≫ vāyura
vāyúra mfn. windy ŚBr. (Sch.)
≫ vāyv
vāyv in comp. for 1. vāyu
⋙ vāyvagni
○agni m. du. Vāyu and Agni MW
⋙ vāyvadhika
○adhika mfn. 'having an excess of wind', gouty Divyâv. (wṛ. vāyv-ādh○)
⋙ vāyvabhibhūta
○abhibhūta mfn. = vāyu-grasta Sarvad
⋙ vāyvaśva
○áśva mf(ā)n. having the winds for horses TĀr. (wṛ. vāyav-aśva)
⋙ vāyvāspada
○āspada n. 'wind-place', the atmosphere, sky L
vāyu 2
vāyú mfn. (fr. √vai) tired, languid RV. vii, 91, 1
vāyu 3
vāyú mfn. (fr. √vii) desirous, covetous, greedy (for food, applied to calves) TS
• desirable, desired by the appetite RV
vāyuna m. a god, deity L
vāyuṣa m. a kind of fish L
vāyodhasa mfn. relating or belonging to Vayo-dhas (i.e. Indra) KātyŚr
vāyoyā́nī f. N. of a kind of brick MaitrS
vāyorvida prob. wṛ. for vāyovida
vāyovida m. (fr. vayo-vid) N. of a Ṛishi Car
vāyovidyiká m. (fr. vayo-vidyā) a bird-catcher, fowler ŚBr
vāyosāvitrá (in ○tráḥ, said to be = vāyu-savitṛbhyām) TS
vāyyá m. (fr. vayya) patr. of Satyaśravas (represented as a poet and an Ātreya) RV
vāyv-agni &c. See above
vār n. (said to be fr. √1. vṛ) water RV. &c. &c. (n. pl. once in BhP. vāras, as if m. or f
vārāṃ nidhiḥ, 'receptacle of waters', the ocean Prab.)
• stagnant water, a pond RV. iv, 19, 4 ; viii, 98, 8 ; ix, 112, 4
• m. (?) a protector, defender, i, 132, 3 ; x, 93, 3. [Cf., accord. to some, Gk. ? ; Lat. [943, 1] urina, urinari.]
⋙ vārāsana
○āsana n. a water-reservoir L
⋙ vārkārya
○kāryá mfn. (prob.) producing wṭwater or rain RV. i, 88, 4 (Sāy. 'to be performed with wṭwater')
⋙ vārgara
○gara m. 'water-swallower (?)', a wife's brother Gal. (cf. vādgala)
⋙ vārghatīyantracakra
○ghatī-yantra-cakra n. a wheel for drawing water Dharmas
⋙ vārda
○da m. 'water-giving', a rain-cloud Śatr
⋙ vārdara
⋙ vārdala
○dala &c., See s.v
⋙ vārdhanī
○dhanī f. a water-jar HPariś
⋙ vārdhārā
○dhārā f. a jet of water Divyâv
⋙ vārdhi
○dhi m. water-holder, the sea, ocean Kāv. BhP
-phena n. Os Sepiae L
-bhava n. = next L
⋙ vārdheya
○dheya n. a kind of salt L
⋙ vārbhaṭa
○bhaṭa m. 'water-fighter', an alligator L
⋙ vārmuc
○muc m. 'water-discharger', a cloud BhP
⋙ vārrāśi
○rāśi m. 'water-heap', the ocean L
⋙ vārvaṭa
○vaṭa m. 'water-exclosure (?)', a boat, vessel L. (also written vārbaṭa)
⋙ vārvatī
○vatī f. 'containing water', a river Naigh. i, 13 (vḷ. for pārvatī)
⋙ vārvāha
○vāha m. 'water-bearer', a rain-cloud Mcar
≫ vāḥ
vāḥ in comp. for vār
⋙ vāḥkiṭi
○kiṭi m. 'water-pig', the Gangetic porpoise W
⋙ vāḥpuṣpa
○puṣpa n. cloves ib
⋙ vāḥsadana
○sadana n. water-receptacle L
⋙ vāḥstha
○stha mfn. standing in water MW
≫ vāri 1
vāri n. = vār, water, rain, fluid, fluidity Mn. MBh. &c
• a species of Andropogon Bhpr
• a kind of metre RPrāt. [Page 943, Column 2]
⋙ vārikaṇṭaka
○kaṇṭaka m. Trapa Bispinosa L
⋙ vārikarṇikā
○karṇikā f. Pistia Stratiotes L
⋙ vārikarpūra
○karpūra m. a kind of fish, Clupea Alosa L
⋙ vārikubja
○kubja (W.) or (L.), m. Trapa Bispinosa
⋙ vārikubjaka
○kubḍjaka (L.), m. Trapa Bispinosa
⋙ vārikūṭa
○kūṭa m. a turret or mound protecting the access to the gate of a town L
⋙ vārikośa
○kośa m. the consecrated water employed at ordeals Kathās
⋙ vārikrimi
○krimi m. 'water-worm', a leech W
• a water-fly L
⋙ vārikheḍagrāma
○kheḍa-grāma m. N. of a village Inscr
⋙ vārigarbha
○garbha m. 'filled with water', a cloud Harav
○bhôdara mfn. pregnant inside with rain (as a cloud) Śak
⋙ vāricatvara
○catvara m. a piece of water W
• Pistia Stratiotes L
⋙ vāricara
○cara mfn. or m. living in or near water, aquatic, an aquatic animal MBh. R. Kathās
• m. a fish MBh. BhP
• pl. N. of a people VarBṛS. MārkP
⋙ vāricāmana
○cāmana m. Vallisneria (Blyxa) Octandra L
⋙ vāricārin
○cārin mfn. living or moving on wṭwater Car
⋙ vārija
○ja mfn. born or produced in or by wṭwater L
• m. a conch-shell MBh. R
• any bivalve shell W
• (perhaps) a lotus MBh. i, 3373 (Nīlak. 'a fish')
• n. a lotus Kāv. Kathās. BhP
• a kind of pot-herb L
• cloves L
• a kind of salt L
○jâkṣa mfn. lotus-eyed, Cit
○ṣa-caritra n. N. of a ch. of the Brahmâṇḍa-purāṇa
⋙ vārijāta
○jāta m. a conch-shell MBh
⋙ vārijāvan
○jāvan Vop. xxvi, 69
⋙ vārijīvaka
○jīvaka mfn. gaining a livelihood by water VarBṛS
⋙ vāritaraṃga
○taraṃga m. a wave Bhartṛ
⋙ vāritas
○tas ind. 'from water' (and 'restrained'
• cf. vārita, p. 944, col. 1) ŚārṅgP
⋙ vāritaskara
○taskara m. 'water-thief', N. of the sun (as absorbing water) MārkP
• a cloud L
⋙ vāritrā
○trā f. 'protecting from rain', an umbrella L
⋙ vārida
○da mfn. giving water or rain Mn. VarBṛS
• m. a rain-cloud Kāv. &c
• Cyperus Rotundus VarBṛS. Suśr. &c. (in Bhpr. also n. or ā, f.)
• n. a sort of perfume (= vālā or bāla) L
○dâgama m. the rainy season Vcar
○dânta m. 'end of the rainy season', autumn Bālar
⋙ vāridurga
○durga mf(ā)n. inaccessible or difficult of access by reason of water Hariv
⋙ vāridra
○dra m. the Cātaka bird W
⋙ vāridhara
○dhara mf(ā)n. holding water MBh
• m. a rain-cloud ib. Kāv. &c
⋙ vāridhānī
○dhānī f. a water-receptacle or reservoir Kathās
⋙ vāridhāpayanta
○dhāpayanta m. a patr. (also pl.) ĀśvŚr
⋙ vāridhāra
○dhāra m. N. of a mountain Pur
• (ā), f. (sg. or pl
• ifc. f. ā) a torrent of water (galad-aśru-v○, a tṭtorrent of flowing tears) Kāv. &c
• a shower of rain MW
⋙ vāridhi
○dhi m. 'water-holder', the sea, ocean (sometimes four, sometimes seven oceans are enumerated) Kāv. Kathās. &c
• N. of the number four, the fourth Ked
⋙ vārinātha
○nātha m. 'lord of waters', the god Varuṇa W
• the ocean L
• a cloud L
• the habitation of the Nāga or serpent race L
⋙ vārinidhi
○nidhi m. 'water-receptacle', the ocean Bālar. Caṇḍ. - 1
⋙ vāripa
○pa mfn. drinking water, one who has drunk water MBh. Naish. - 2
⋙ vāripa
○pa mfn. protecting water Naish
⋙ vāripatha
○patha m. a water-way, communication by water Kām. Pat. ( See -pathika)
• a voyage MBh
○thôpajīvin mfn. living by sea-traffic Śak
⋙ vāripathika
○pathika mfn. going by water, conveyed or imported by water Pāṇ. 5-1, 77 Vārtt. 1 Pat
⋙ vāriparṇī
○parṇī or f. Pistia Stratiotes L
⋙ vāripālikā
○pālikā f. Pistia Stratiotes L
⋙ vāripiṇḍa
○piṇḍa m. a frog in the middle of a stone (aśma-madhya-ja) L
⋙ vāripūra
○pūra m. pl. a water-stream Nāg
⋙ vāripūrṇī
○pūrṇī f. Pistia Stratiotes Col
⋙ vāripūrvam
○pūrvam ind. after having first poured out water Śiś. xiv, 34
⋙ vāripṛśnī
○pṛśnī f. = -pūrṇī L. (wṛ. -praśnī)
⋙ vāripravāha
○pravāha m. a waterfall, cascade L
⋙ vāripraśnī
○praśnī wṛ. for -pṛśnī, q.v. L
⋙ vāribadara
○badara n. the fruit of Flacourtia Cataphracta L
• (ā), f. the plant Flacourtia Cataphracta W
⋙ vāribandhana
○bandhana n. the damming or banking up of water Vāstuv
⋙ vāribālaka
○bālaka n. a perfume (= bāla) W
⋙ vāribindu
○bindu m. a water-drop HPariś
⋙ vāribīja
○bīja n. the seed or germ of water Sarvad
• N. of the mystical syllable bam
⋙ vāribhava
○bhava n. antimony L
• (prob.) a kind of plant MW
⋙ vārimat
○mat mfn. abounding in water MBh
⋙ vārimaya
○maya mf(ī)n. consisting of water MBh. Hariv. VarBṛS
• inherent in or peculiar to water MBh
⋙ vārimasi
○masi (more correctly -maṣi), f. 'wṭwater-ink', a rainy cloud L
⋙ vārimuc
○muc mfn. discharging water or rain (prabhūta-v○) VarBṛS
• m. a rain-cloud ib. Kāv
⋙ vārimūlī
○mūlī f. Pistia Stratiotes L
⋙ vāriyantra
○yantra n. a water-engine, machine for drawing up water Mālav
⋙ vārira
○ra mfn. giving or shedding water W
• m. a cloud Śiś
○rârava mfn. sounding like clouds or like thunder MW
⋙ vāriratha
○ratha m. 'water-carriage', a boat, ship L
⋙ vārirāja
○rāja m. N. of Varuṇa Hariv
⋙ vārirāśi
○rāśi m. a great mass of water Ragh
• the sea, ocean Kāv. Kathās. Hit. &c
• a lake MW
⋙ vāriruha
○ruha n. 'water-growing', a lotus-flower Kāv. Hariv. Kathās
⋙ vārileśa
○leśa m. a drop of water ( See śrama-v○)
⋙ vāriloman
○loman m. 'having watery hair', N. of Varuṇa L
⋙ vārivadana
○vadana n. (or wṛ. for) -badara L
⋙ vārivara
○vara m. Carissa Carandas (n. its fruit) L
⋙ vārivarṇaka
○varṇaka (perhaps) sand, Kṛishṇaj
⋙ vārivallabhā
○vallabhā f. Batatas Paniculata L
⋙ vārivaha
○vaha mf(ā)n. carrying water, running with water R. (in ramya-vāri-vaha, śiva-vṭvāri-v○). [Page 943, Column 3]
⋙ vārivāraṇa
○vāraṇa m. 'water-elephant', a kind of aquatic monster Vcar
⋙ vārivālaka
○vālaka n. a kind of Andropogon L
⋙ vārivāsa
○vāsa m. a distiller of spirit or spirituous liquors L
⋙ vārivāna
○vāna mf(ā)n. carrying water, running with water (in kūlâtikrānta-vāri-vāha) VarBṛS
• m. a rain-cloud Kāv
• the god of rain Siṃhâs
-jāla n. a mass of clouds MW
⋙ vārivāhaka
○vāhaka mfn. carrying or bringing wṭwater Pañcat
⋙ vārivāhana
○vāhana m. a rain-cloud L
⋙ vārivāhin
○vāhin mfn. carrying water, running with water Hariv
⋙ vārivindī
○vindī (?), f. a blue lotus L
⋙ vārivihāra
○vihāra m. sporting and splashing one another in the water Ragh
⋙ vāriśa
○śa m. (said to be fr. vāri + śa fr. √śī, to sleep) N. of Vishṇu L.: n. N. of a Sāman SV
⋙ vāriśaya
○śaya mfn. living in water Car
⋙ vāriśukti
○śukti f. a bivalve shell (found in fresh water) L
⋙ vāriṣeṇa
○ṣeṇa m. (fr. vāri + senā) N. of a king MBh. (vḷ. -sena)
○ṇâcārya m. N. of a Jina Inscr
⋙ vāriṣeṇya
○ṣeṇya m. patr. fr. -ṣeṇa Pat
⋙ vārisaṃjña
○saṃjña m. a kind of Andropogon VarBṛS. Sch
⋙ vārisambhava
○sambhava mf(ā)n. produced in or from water R. Suśr
• a kind of cane L
• n. (only L.) cloves
• the √of the plant Andropogon Muricatus
• sulphuret of antimony
⋙ vārisāgara
○sāgara m. a partic. mixture Rasêndrac
⋙ vārisāmya
○sāmya milk L
⋙ vārisāra
○sāra m. N. of a son of Candra-gupta BhP
⋙ vārisena
○sena m. N. of a king MBh. Inscr
• (vḷ. -ṣeṇa)
• of a Jina W
⋙ vāristha
○stha mfn. standing in water, reflected in the water Mn. iv, 37
⋙ vārīśa
vārī7śa m. 'lord of waters', the ocean L
≫ vāriti
vā́riti mfn. growing near the water (said of water-plants) VS. TBr
≫ vārin 1
vārin (ifc.) = 1. vāri water R. (for 2. vārin p. 944, col. 1)
≫ vārīya
vārīya Nom. Ā. ○yate, to resemble water Sāh
≫ vāry
vāry in comp. for 1. vāri
⋙ vāryayana
○ayana n. a reservoir of water, pond &c. BhP
⋙ vāryāmalaka
○āmalaka m. a kind of Myrobolan growing near water R
⋙ vāryudbhava
○udbhava n. 'water-born', a lotus-flower L
⋙ vāryupajīvin
○upajīvin mfn. or m. gaining one's living by water a water-carrier, fisherman &c. VarBṛS
⋙ vāryoka
○oka m. (W.) or 'dwelling in water', a leech
⋙ vāryokas
○okas (prob.) f. (Mn. Suśr.) 'dwelling in water', a leech
≫ vārya 1
vārya mfn. (for 2. and 3. See p. 944, col. 1) watery, aquatic L
vāra 1
vā́ra m. (earlier form of vāla, q.v.) the hair of any animal's tail (esp. of a horse's tail, = ?) RV
• m. n. sg. and pl. a hair-sieve ib
⋙ vāravat
○vat (vā́ra-), mfn. long-tailed (as a horse) RV
⋙ vāravantīya
○vantī́ya n. (fr. prec.) N. of a Sāman MaitrS. Br. ŚrS. (also indrasya vāravantīyam, vāravantīyâdyam, and vāravantīyôttaram)
vāra 2
vāra (fr. √1. vṛ), m. keeping back, restraining (also mfn. ifc. = difficult to be restrained TBr
• cf. dur-v○)
• anything which covers or surrounds or restrains, a cover MW
• anything which causes an obstruction, a gate, door-way W
• anything enclosed or circumscribed in space or time, esp. an appointed place (e.g. sva-vāraṃ samā-√sthā, to occupy one's proper place) R
• the time fixed or appointed for anything (accord. to some fr. √2. vṛ, to choose), a person's turn MBh. Kāv. &c. (often, esp. with numerals, = times, e.g. varāṃs trīn or vara-trayam, three times
bhūribhir vāraiḥ or bhūri-vārān or bahu-vāram or vāraṃ vāram or vāraṃ vāreṇa, many times, often, repeatedly)
• the turn of a day (under the regency of a planet), a day of the week (they are Āditya-, Soma-, Maṅgala-, Budha-, Guru., Śukra-, and Śani-vṭvāra
IW. 178, n. 1) Gaṇit. Yājñ. Sch. Kāv. &c. (cf. dina and divasa-v○)
• a moment, occasion, opportunity W
• a multitude, quantity ( See bāṇa-v○)
• an arrow L
• Achyranthes Aspera L
• N. of Śiva L
• (ā), f. a harlot, courtezan MBh. vi, 5766 (cf. -kanyakā &c.)
• n. a vessel for holding spirituous liquor L
• a partic. artificial poison L
⋙ vārakanyakā
○kanyakā f. 'girl (taken) in turn', a harlot, courtezan Daś
⋙ vāranārī
○nārī f. id. (ifc. ○rīka) Kathās
⋙ vārapāśi
○pāśi or m. pl. N. of a people MBh. VP. (cf. -vāsi)
⋙ vārapāśya
○pāśya m. pl. N. of a people MBh. VP. (cf. -vāsi)
⋙ vārabāṇa
○bāṇa m. or n. (?) an armour, mail Ragh. Śiś. &c. (cf. bāṇa-v○)
⋙ vārabuṣā
○buṣā or f. Musa Sapientum L. (cf. vāraṇa-busā)
⋙ vārabṛṣā
○bṛṣā f. Musa Sapientum L. (cf. vāraṇa-busā)
⋙ vāramatha
○matha m. N. of a prince VP
⋙ vāramukhya
○mukhya m. (prob.) a singer, dancer MārkP
• (ā), f. the chief of a number of harlots, a royal courtezan MBh. R. &c
⋙ vārayuvati
○yuvati f. = -kanyakā, Dat
⋙ vārayoga
○yoga m. ground flour or meal, powder Gal
⋙ vārayoṣit
○yoṣit f. = -kanyakā Kāv. Pur
○ṣin-mukhyā = vāra-mukhyā Daś
⋙ vārarāmā
○rāmā (Kuṭṭanīm.),
⋙ vāravadhū
○vadhū (Śiś. Kathās.),
⋙ vāravanitā
○vanitā (Ratnâv. Dhūrtan.), f. a harlot, prostitute
⋙ vāravāṇa
○vāṇa See -bāṇa. [Page 944, Column 1]
⋙ vāravāṇi
○vāṇi m. (only L.) a player on the flute
• a principal singer, musician
• a judge
• a year
• (also ī), f. a harlot
⋙ vāravāraṇa