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THE PBACTICAL

SANSKEIT-ENGLISH
DICTIONARY,

Containing Appendices on Sanskrit Prosody and


important Literary & Geographical names
in the ancient history of Indi^,

(lOM THE WE OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEaES.)

BY

VAMAN 8HIVRAM ARTE M, A.,

PRmoiPAL AND PROFESSOR O? SANSKRIT, FERaussoN CoLLEaE, POONA.

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1890,
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PREFACE.

Tliis Dictionary has been undertaken to sapply a want long felt by the sba iont^ of a complete
and at the same time cheap Sanskrit-Eaglish Dictionary. Very little need, I thiak, be said witk regard
to the necessity of bringing out a work like this, when the study of Sinskrit has received suoh a strong
impetus during the last twenty.five years. Tkere have been four or five Sanskrit-Eaglish Dictionaries pub^
lished till now ; but very few of them fulfil the two essential conditions of the popularity anl usefulaess of
such works ;satisfying all the requirements of students and at the same time beiag within their easy reach.
The Dictionaries of Professors Wilson and Monier Williams are very useful and valuable works, but their
pricesparticularly of the latterare prohibitively high, and they do not also meet many of the most ordinary-
wants of Sanskrit readers. A student, while reading Sanskrit at School or College, generally expects that the
Dictionary which he uses will give appropriate equivalents for such words and compound expressious as
may have peculiar meanings or shades of meaning in particular passages. He desires to kuow not oaly that
a particular word has so many senses, but that it has this or that sease in a particular passage of a
book, so that he may determine any particular meaning of a word ia a cerbaia passage by seeing and
comparing how it is used elsewhere by the same writer or by other writers ia different works. He also
wants accurate and, as far as possible, full explanations of the more important technical terms occur-
ring at least in his usual course reading, as well as any other information likely to be of use to kim.
Professor Monier Williams has, in his invaluable Dictionary, tried to exhaust the meanings of words as far as
lie could, and has also given much useful information on some points. But it would not, I think, be detracting
from the merits of the great work to say that it fails to give some of the most common senses of words occur-
ring in such well-known and oft-read books as the Uttarardmacharita, Mudrdr^kshasa, Ve^isamhara,
/Si^updlavadha or Kadambari, Moreover it gives neither quotations nor references, nor much of the in
formation likely to be useful to the student during his School or College career. In making these re-
marks I must not, in the slightest degree, be understood to make any reflections on that Dictionary. Indeed, I
have myself derived no small help from that work, as will be acknowledged further on. My only object
in pointing out its defects has been to show why I thought it necessary to undertake the compila-
tion of a new Dictionary, when some already existed in the field, and I hope the reader will be able
to find that this Dictionary is an improvement on its predecessors in some respects at least.

Having thus explained the necessity of undertaking and publishing this Dictionary^ I shall say a
few words with regard to its plan and scope. The extent of Sanskrit literature is so vast that not even the
life-long labours of a single individual, howsoever talented or persevering, will be able to do full justice to it.
It has two distinct branches, the Vedic and post-Vedic, each of which will require an independent encyclopaedia
for itself. Not even the gigantic V4>cha8pat]/a of the late Professor Tfi,ranatha Tarkavachas^pati, nor the
equally gigantic German Worterhuch of Drs. Roth and Bothlingk, can be said to be altogether complete and
comprehensive. Much less can a small work like minecompiled during the leisure hours
of a teacher's lifeaspire to be called complete in any sense of that word. However, I have
tried to make it as comprehensive and practically useful to the student of Sanskrit as
my humble powers enabled me to do, though how far I have succeeded in my object the reader alon^ can
best decide. It includes all words occurring in the general post-Vedic literature, such as Epics like
the Eamayaigia and Mahabbaijata, the several Puriii?.as, the Smyiti literature, particularly th* law-books of
Manu and Yaj^aavalkya, the several dar^anas or systems of philosophy such as Nydya, Vai^eshika, Mimamsdi*
Vedanta, &c. Grammar, Bhetoric, Poetry in all its branches, Tantra and dramatic literature, Matheiiiatics;
Medicine, Astronomy, Music, and such other tec^hnical or scientific bpetnches of learning. It inserts liX *'
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of the leading names of trees and plants with scientific or vernacular equivalents wherever noteworthy.
I t also gives most of the principal Vedic words or senses of words; for though Vedic Literature would
require a dictionary by itself, still I did not think it desirable to omit altogether at least such words as fre-
quently occur, especially as I intended to make this work as complete and comprehensive as I could. For the
same reason, obscure or unimportant words or senses of words have been inserted, though they may not be
generally met with in classical literature as studied by the University student.

The chief feature of this Dictionary is that it has aimed at being practical. With this view I have
added quotations and references to the peculiar and noteworthy senses of words, especially such as occur in
Works read by the student at School or College. In some cases the quotations might appear to some to
be superfluous, but to a student, especially a beginner, they are very useful, as they supply him with
cipt illustrations of the senses of words, and enable kim to provide himself with a large stock of
choice, idiomatic expressions which are so abundant in the language. Another noticeable feature of the
Dictionory is that it gives full explanations of the more important technical terms, particularly in Nydya,
Alankdra, Vedanta, Grammar and Dramaturgy, T^ith quotations in Sanskrit wherever necessary; e.g.
see the words ^^^f^^, 3T>Tr^, ^RF^T, ^sr^Hrfq-i^f^r; ^^f, ^ T ^ , ^Tf^'srj^ ^mm, ^^m^^, ^rfW, tf*
^ff^T^f^^, ^S", ?:^, JTf ^^K", ^^^^cR-, ^^f%Hrf <^c. In the case of Alankaras I have chiefly dl?awn upon
the Kavyapraka^a, though I have occasionally consulted the Kasagangadhara, Chandrdloka and Kuvala-
ySfUanda. In the explanation of dramatic terms I have usually followed the Sdhityadarpa^ia and its
translation into English, and have sometimes referred to the Da^aiApa. Simikrly, striking phrases, some
choice expressions and idioms or peculiar combinations of words, have been given under every word where
lecessary or possible ; e.g. seethe words irJi;, ^ g , H^, f^^> ^f; ^i V7 ^% &c. Mythological allusions
in the case of all important personages have been briefly but clearly explained, so as to give the reader
most of the facts connected with them ; e. g. se^ ^f?r, ^^^^^f, %^, ^m^% JJff^, ^FR^t &'5. Etymology
has generally been given in the case of every important word, except where it was purely fanciful e, g. see
^^l^f^. ^l^ftr, ^i^^^i 3'3r, irr^r, f ^r%^ &c. in doing this I have followed the system of native gramma-
rians who resolve every word into its ^ prahriti ' and ^ pratyaya ', and the terminations given according to
Pftijiini's nomenclature will be explained further on. I have thought it necessary to do so at the sugges-
tion of several friends, and have derived considerable help from the great Ydchaspatya which I have
usually followed, except where the etymology given therein appeared to me to be purely arbitrary or fan-
ciful. Philological comparisons have been given only where useful and noteworthy. The work also gives in-
formation about words which, it is believed, will be very useful, especially to the University student ; e. g.
see the words ^e^qc;^, ^g^^ %^, ^ ^ ^ , ^ R ^ , f^ &c. Some of the most common Nydym or Maxims have
been collected under the word ?2TR for easy reference j c, g, see ^r^rfr?'l^^R, ^r'J?5:2^r^, ^trrt?r3?^r^?=z(r^
&c. To add to the usefulness of the Dictionary I have added at the end three Appendices. The first is on
Sanskrit Prosody which attempts to give in a clear and intelligible form all the common metres with Defini-
tions, Schemes in Gai^as, and Examples. In the preparation of this Appendix I have chiefly
drawn upon the two popular works on Prosody, the Vi'ittaratndkara and Chhando-Manjari,
but some common metres omitted in those woi?ks have been added from the illustrations
found in the works of Magha, Bhdravi, Da}^(jiin, Bha^^i, Sudraka &c. Colebrooke's Essay on Sanskrit Metres
has also given me occasional help. The second Appendix gives the dates, writings &c. of some of the im-
portant Sanskrit writers such as Kdlidasa, Bhavabhuti, Bai;ia. Here I have selected only those names about
which something definitesomething mol^e than mere guesses and surmisesis known, and I have derived
some hints from the Introduction to Vallabhadeva's Subhashitavali edited by Dr. Peterson and Pandit
Durga Prasada, and from Prof. Max MiiUer's * India ; what it can teach us,' for which my thanks are due
to the authors of both the works. The third Appendix gives the most important names in the
ancient Geography of India with identifications on the modern] map wherever ascertained and
in this part of the work I have to cordially acknowledge the help I have derived from' Cun-
ningham's Ancient Geography, but particularly from Mr. Borooah's Essay prefixed to the third
volume of his English-Sanskrit Dictionary. I had at first intended to add two alphabetical indexes to
the principal events and personages occurring in the Ramayaija and Mahabharata, but I have
had to abandon the project, as the publication of the Dictionary has already been delayed on account of
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various causes over which I had no control. In short, I have endeavoured to make the PRACTICAL SAN-
SKRlT-ENaLLSii DICTIONARY as Complete, comprehensive, and encyclopedic as was possible within the limits
of a single compact volume by condensing a very large amount of matter by means of suitable typographi-
cal and other arrangements, and I hope it will be found to be a practically useful and reliable guide in
the study of the Sanskrit language.

There is one point which will no* fail to strike a careful reader of this Dictionary, which is that there is
not the same fulness of treatment in the later portion as in the first 300 or 400 pages. After the vowels
had been printed ofi", I found that they covered no less than 364 pages by themselves, and if the remain-
ing letters of the alphabet had been treated with the same fulness, the volume would have increased to
about 2000 pages, and the publication of the work itself would have been delayed by at least one year more.
It is obvious that neither time, nor the very cheap price at which the work was offered to subscribers,
would have enabled me to carry on the work of compilation on the same scale; and I was, therefore, obliged
to endeavour to curtail the matter by occasionally substituting references for quotations without at the same
time marring the usefulness of the work, and by abridging explanations of words and the information given
about them^ while in some cases I have had to keep back matter originally intended for the volume. I hope;
owever, that this has not to any great extent affected the practical usefulness of the Dictionary, and
trust that if time and circumstances permit, I shall be in a position to make the second edition much more
iseful, complete, and comprehensive than the first.

The plan and arrangement of the work will be best understood from the ^Directions' which foUoW.
Verbs formed by prefixing prepositions to roots are arranged in the alphabetical order of the prepositions so
nffixed; e.g, ^ ^ ^ or ^^^r must be looked for not under ^ r , but in its own alphabetical order, and at the head
of its own group of derivatives. This system has been followed in this Dictionary with a view to save re-
petition of equivalents under the derivatives from a root. But if, on trial, it be found to be practically in-
convenient, it may be abandoned in the second edition. As in the English-Sanskrit Dictionary, I have
here throughout used the anusvdra instead of the nasals, {eg, anga or santd^m is written not as ^ | F , ^5=cfr7,
but as Mf^, ^ T T ) ; which practice, whatever m^ay be said with regard to its correctness, is very convenient for
purposes of printing. The several contrivances used to effect saving in space will be understood by the
reader after very short practice.

It now remains for me to do the grateful duty of acknowledging the help I have derived from dift'er-
ent sources. And in doing so I must give the first place to the great Sanskrit encycloptedia, the Vachas-
patya of Professor Tarandtha Tarkayachaspati. I have constantly kept it by my side and have freely avail-
(d myself of the information contained in it-^of course with large curtailmentsthough I have had to supple-
ment it myself wherever it was found to be defective or insufiicient. Several words and senses of words not given
in the existing Sanskrit-English lexicons, as also some quotationsj particularly from Udbhata and Pura^as,
have been borrowed from the same work. The Sanskrit-English Dictionary of Professor Monier Williams is
the next work to which I have been greatly indebted. It has been a constant source of help to me, and I
have frequently adopted his renderings of words, compound expressions &c., where I found them better
than those I myself had to suggest. And though there is a good deal in this Dictionary that is not to be
found in that work, and though the plan and scope of the two are essentially difierent, yet I must
gratefully acknowledge the great assistance I have often derived from the learned Professor's invaluable Dic-
tionary, The last work to which also my grateful acknowledgments are due is the C4erman Worterbuch of
Drs, Both and Bothlingk. The chief distinguishing feature of that great work is that it abounds with
quotations and references dealing with almost every branch of Sanskrit literature, but a careful reader will
easily see that the works belonging to Vedic literature, such as the four Vedas, Upanishads,
Brahma^^as, J[rai.iyakas &c., have been comparatively more copiously drawn upon by the
authors than works belonging to the post-Vedic literature. A glance at the contents of this
Dictionary will show that I have drawn upon works seldom or not at all referred to in tho
Worterbuch- such as the Mahaviracharita, Malati-Madhava, Uttararamacharita, Kadambari, Sisupala-
vadha, Kiratarjuniya, Mudrarakshasa, Vei^isamhara, Pvatnavali, Kavyaprakasa, ASankarabhashya, Bhaminiyilusa;
Vikramdukadevacharita, Gangalahari &c. Indeed, the great majority of quotations and references are
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from my own collection made during the last seven or eight years; and I have even been obliged to keep back
a large number of them for want of space. But I must frankly acknowledge that I have freely availed
myself of the quotations and references in that Dictionary, where my own collection was defective, particularly
in the case of Vedic and Paurdi^iic works. I have also occasionally consulted the Dictionaries of H. H.
Wilson and Benfey, the former supplying some happy renderings of technical or obscure
words. To these authors, as well as to the authors and editors of several other works, which are
too many to be here mentioned, from which I have derived occasional help ia one form or another, my
most grateful thanks are duo.

In conclusion I may be permitted to express the hope that the PRACTICAL SANSKRIT-ENGLISH DIOTIOJ^-
ARYwhich has attempted to give in 1200 closely printed pages of this size matter at least equal in point of
fjxiantity to that given by Prof. Monier Williams in his Dic^^ionary, but in point of quality, more reliable,
varied, and practically useful, in my humble opialonwill sccve tk3 purpose I have had in view in
compiling i t ; namely, to render to the student of Sanskrit nearly the same service that Webster's or Ogilvie's
Dictionary does to the student of English. I have tried to make it easily accessible to the public by issuing
a Popular Edition priced at 7 Rupeesa price too low, I believe, for so much matter; while the Library Edi
tion which, containing the same matter, i^ printed on superior paper and in better style, and will als
have superior binding, will best answer the purposes of the well-to-do persons who can afl'ord tc
spend 10 or 11 Rupees for such object. In a work of this kind I know there must be several de
fects and also errors both of omission and commission, and if such persons as will do me the honour of using
this Dictionary will bo so good as to point out to me places which require corrections, additions or improve-
ments, I shall be very happy to give the suggestions my best consideration in the second edition. But if
the Dictionary, even in its present form, be found to be a useful publication, I shall consider my labours
more than amply repaid, and shall feel quite refreshed to devote my humble self again, if need be, to
the service of the Sanskrit-reading public; for, says the poet,

Poona, \ Y g APTE
28th December 1890. / ^' "^^ " ^ ^ ^ ^
nmECTIONS TO BE STUMED BEEOEE USINO THIS DICTIONARY.

1. Words and their derivatives are arranged in the following order : first the radical or primiidvG
word in large black type in all its different parts of speech ; and then the several derivatives in smaller type.
Jn some cases these derivatives are given in their own alphabetical order for the sake of clearness.

2, The different parts of speech of a word are indicated by large black dashes, after which the nomi.
native singular of the part of speech is usually given, or the letters m.,/., n. or ind. are put after the dash, tho
leading word being given only once. Where a word is used as an adjective and also as a substantive, the
senses of the adjective are invariably given first ^ e- g CK, HF^J ^^ The same is done in the case of com-
pounds, but within brackets.

5. Where two words, though identical in form, differ entirely in meaning, they are generally repeated
^s separate words ; e, g. fr, f^. In a few cases they have been grouped together.

4. Words which are used as adverbs, but derived by case-inflections from a noun or adjective, aye
given under the noun or adjective, e, g, ^rft^ under ^^K* In some cases they are given within
brackets before the compounds, if any.

5. The several meanings of a word, where they can be sufficiently distinguished from one ano ther, are
given separately and marked by black Arabic figures. Mere shades of meaning are not considered as separate
senses, but in such cases several synonyms arc given under the same meaning, from which the reader will
have to make his choice^ Where the shades of meaning are sufficiently broad, they are numbered as separate
meanings.

6. The meanings of words are arranged in the order of their importance and frequency of use, It hag
not, of course, been possible to do so in every case, ut the system has been generally followed.

7. (a) Compounds are grouped under the first word in the compounds, in the alphabetical order of
their second members, the black dash before them denoting that first word ; e, {/,.^^ under 3Tr% means ^f?(-
t"^, -BTnr^rft? under ^jrTf: means ^^<:rUT^rft?.

i\r. . In giving compounds, the changes, which the final letters undergo, e, g. the dropping, assimila-
tion of letters &c. are assumed; e. ^.3?^^ under ^ stands for ^^i, -nf^: under 3?^^, for ST^iif^: &c. In
sqme cases the compound words, where not easily intelligible, are given in full within brackets ; see ^JET, ^^m,
^r^. &c.

( 5 ) Where a compound itself is used as the first member of other compounds, these letter are given
immediately after, their second member being preceded by which represents the first compound ; e, g* ^f^,
<r^ &c. given under ft stand not for ^jf or ffcrw, but for f^^ or f^^if^.

(c) Allaluh compounds ( e . ^ . w^^l^f, Ji^^T^, ^K^T^, ^RftiT, ff^^; JW;, ffl^J5r &c. ) are
given separately in their proper places, but under the radical word.

8. All words formed by Krit or Taddhita afiixes are given separately thus ^gj^q:, >T^^<, BTvrfr^Ti
srr^^^> \^H^^ &c. will be found not as compounds under ^y ^^ &c. but as separate words.
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9. ( a ) . In the case of substantives the nominative singular, wherever it may at once d^uote the
gender, is given throughout, the marga^ unless followed by /., indicating masculine gender, and the
cmtisvdra neuter gender. Where the nominative singular is not indicative of the gender, it is specified as
m.f. ox n, as the case may be. All substantives endftng in consonants have their genders specified as m. f.
or 71,

(h) The feminine forms of nouns are usually given as separate leading words, but in some cases,
especially in the first five or six hundred pages, thoy are given under the leading word after the masculine
gender. But where the fem. base enters into compounds, it is invariably given separately*, e^ g> B ? ^ .

10. In the case of adjectives the simple base only is given. The feminine of the majority of adjec-
tives in BT ends in ^Tf, and adjectives ending in f or ;f have generally the same base for all genders. In all
Buch cases the simple base is given, the feminine being formed according to similar substantive bases. All
irregular feminines are, however, denoted within brackets. Adjectives ending in H, ^, or ^ , form their
feminines regularly in rflij ^ j o^ ^f; where irregular, they are denoted within brackets.

H . ( a ) . In the case of verbs, the Arabic figure before P., A. and U. denotes the conjugation
to which the root belongs,- P. denoting Parasmaipada, A. Atmanepada, and U# Ubhayapada ( P . and A.),
Den. stands for Denominative, and here the 3rd pers. sing, present tense is given throughout.

( 6 ). Under each root the 3rd person singular present tense and of the Perfect, Aorist, two Futures
and Infinitive in the case of important roots, and the past passive participle wherever noteworthy, are given
throughout. The forms of the Passive, Causal and Besiderative, wherever noteworthy, are given after them,
or after the senses of the primitive base, where there is any peculiarity in their senses.

( c ). Verbs formed by prefixing prepositions to roots are given separately in their own alphabetical
order, except in cases where there are no derivatives from such verbs.

( d) Roots sometimes change their form or pada (voice) or both, when used in particular senses,
or when preceded by particular prepositions. Such changes are denoted within brackets.

(e). When a root belongs to different conjugations with different meanings, Roman figures are used
to mark this difference, ( cf. arjr, jq*, ff &c.), the root being repeated only once.

13. (a). All possible derivatives &om a word are not always given when they may be easily sup<
plied, more especially in the case of potential passive participles ( formed by ^z^^ BT^t^ ^nd ^ ), present
participles, and abstract nouns from adjectives (formed by adding ^r> ?^ or ^ ). Where there is any pecu-
liarity either in the formation or meaning of these derivatives, they are given* But in many cases the stu-
dent will have to supply the forms according to the general rules given in Grammar.

( 6 ) Similarly all the equivalents given under the radical word are not always repeated under the deri-
vatives j they may, if necessary, be ascertained by a reference to the radical word.

13. Mythological allusions are explained in small type in the body of the work between rectangular
brackets [ ]. Here long vowels like a, t, u, and letters of the lingual class, as abo ^ and ^ are, for the
convenience of the press, denoted by corresponding italic letters; e, g. Paw^^ava and Kr^pe stand for
qf^ and f i t ,

14. Metres and information about literary and geographical names are given in the Appendices at
the end.
EXPLANATION OF TERMINATIONS USED IN THE DERIVATION OF WORDS.

iV. B. Tor, stands for ^ termination', and Tad. for * Taddhita',

^ a Krit ter. ( / . ); as in f^firfHqT. f^^ ( f ^ ) ^ Tad. ter. showing * possession 'j as in


ST^ ( BT) a Krit ter. ( / . ) before which no guna %fq^, r%'^t5'?5'; or an Un. ter.; as in qf^rJ.
or Vriddhi takes place; as in pt^r, f^^f, ^^'^'[ f S"? ( fS" ) a Tad. ter. used to form superlative degrees
BT=f ( 3T ) a Krit ter. ( m. ); as in q^:,- or a Tad. one; of adjectives,
as in 3T^^:. f^orsr ( f^^ ) a Krit. ter. showing ' disposition or
^ ^ ( ^ ) a Tad. tey. showing ' descendant or off' tendency '; as in qffsfs^, sfrfqqt^gr, tff^^^; or an U ^ .
spring ' &c. as in BTic^i, % : . ter.; as in ^'^:.
^ ^ ( ^ ) ^ 1'^^' ^6^' ^ssd in the same sense; as in fr% ( f ^ ) an Ui?. ter.; as in # ^ q , ^%qff.
^f^^r, ^rlrf?,%fi also Krit.; as in ^ ) T ^ K : . f ^ r ^ ( f ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in ^frKt^t, crfdff^:,
^fw ( ^ ? T J a Tad. ter. ( / . ) showing number or t ^ ^ ( f^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in qrcfiqf^.
measure; as in ^^?T, q^^;. t ^ l 5 ( t ^ ^ ) ^ Tad, ter. used to form comparative
^ S ^ ( 3??J) a Krit ter. ( m.); as in qfq^:, ^T^: ^ ^ ^ t . degrees of adjectives.
^pT ( ^ R ) a Krit ter. ( / . ) ; as in ST^fiqfK:. f C^-qr ( f ^ ) a Tad. ter. showing ^ possession'; ais in
s^^r^?: (BT^f^ ) a Krit ter. used to form potential pas- BTf^r:: ^f<iT': , or an Uri.ter. ; as in fltf^t, ^(tr; ^TUT.
sive participles; as in ^C^7q, f^tfq. ^ ( ^ ) a KI'LL. tor.; as in f=?^t, R^fqjJ, R f : ; or an
BTT ( 3T) a Krit ter. ( m, ) as in ^^^:, q^f? qqf:, ^Ct; Un. ter. as in q^:, q^j^ ^ j : .
or Tad.,- as in strr^fq:. ^^*T ( ^ ^ ) a Krit. ter. showing * tendency '; as in
BTi%^ ( ^T^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in ^rq^^, ^ ^ -
3:?^^ ( 3 ^ ^ ) an Un. ter. {n, ); as inqr;, qT^", %^q. ^"^ ( ^ ) a Krit or U^. ter.; as in qPTf^:, 5fq:, W J ; .
BT^f[fr% ( BT^^r^ ) a. Tad. ter.; as in BTq^Ffr^, 5^^affn[. ;3-5[=a; {^^) a Tad. ter. showing * possession'; as in
W ^ ( 5Tr ) a Tad. ter. ( adv. ); as in ^f^% ^q^r-
s r r ? ^ ( ^\z) a Tad. ter.; as in ^r=qf^. ^ ^ " ^ ( ^ ^ ) ^^ Un. ter.; as in fq?5r, qjsr.
^ r q ^ ( ^ r ? ) ^ feminine termination; as in f^|ofr, ^RT, ^ra"^ ( ^ ^ ) an U^. ter.(?i.); as in STjq, ?TTO, q^^*
3^-:^ ( ^ ^ ) a Krit ter.; as in ^^^SR-, iffq^qR-.
BTr?^'^ ( B:f[^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in m^m^. ^ ^ ( ^ ) a fem. ter.; as in ^4'yr.
3TTt^=^ ( BTf^ ) a Krit ter. showing ^ disposition or ^ ^ ( ^ ) a substitute ; as in ^ q from f^^, ^ : from ^=^^*
tendency ' ; as in '^^\-^, ^1f^f?; or a Tad. ter. ^ ( 5|t ) an Uii. ter.; as in '^f.
showing ^ possession '; as in ^^qff ; or * inability to qcr2( ( q o ^ ) a Tad. ter,; as in qif^'^q:.
bear '; as in ^Tqf^, ^sqi^. ^ ^ r g ^ C ' T ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in apq^:, q t j : .
^ ^ ( f ) a Krit ter.; as in q[q:, qf^:. q q q ( q q ) a Tad. ter. ( adv. ) ; as in ^f^qq, ^ q x ^ .
f 3T ( f ) a Tad. ter. showing ' descendants' &c.; as ^ ( BT ) a Krit [ter.; as in f^^:, ^:, q ^ : , or in ^q^;,
f^q:; or a Tad. ter. ( ^ ) u s e d in various senses
1^ the augment f. as in 31^q^:, n ^ , ^ ^ ^ : , g^^*", Hsqiqr:.
? ^ = ^ ( ^ ^ ) a Tad. ter. showing ^ full o f or * cov- ^ ^ ( ^ ) a Tad ter.; as in qfrrc^:.
ered with'; as in qKj%q; ^efqq: (jrjHf^^q^q q^rfqr- 5{vq ( ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in q^^:, ^^=q^:.
^ g ( giT ) a Tad. ter.; as in S ^ K ^ ^ : , q<[tqfr|^:.
|C:T ( f ^q ) a Krit. ter.; as in ^rfqfqcjj. Nr ( f ) a Krit ter.; as in ^%\, ^^x, ^ : . ^^\^u
t^ni^ (l^T ) ^ Tad. ter. showing * possession'; as int^' ^V^^ ( ^^ ) a Kfit ter. ;as in fqjr, ft^r.
TK" ( rT changed to q ) the ter. of the past passive
%\^ ( f^ ) ^ Tad. ter. showing * possession' ; as in participle; as in fq, n^y ^ q .
vff^ t[ ^l^*!; or a Krit. ter.* as in qsnq^. TfjqrT ( q q r r ) the ter. of the past active participle* as
fqfq^a- ( fq^T ) a Tad. ter. showing ' state or qf^ '. in fqqtT.
as in r^r'^qq, ^^^^ ^m^* fqpf;-t^-5r ( r ^ ) a Krit ter. ( / . ) forming abstract nouns
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from roots; as in ff^:, qfq:, ml{\ W^H^ ('^^q*) a Tad. ter. showing *one of
^ ( qr ) a Krit ter. showing ^ tendency or disposition; many ' ; as ia q^qq .
as i n r r ^ , f^^, q ^ j . ircrc(BTqT) a Tad. tor. showiag * oao of t w o ' ; as
f'TTf {m) a Kfitter.; as in q^qc, ^ q o in sR-qr, q ^ q ^ .
J ( ^ ) a Krit ter.; as in rfj-, qjJ.
^^% ( ^ ) a denominative ter. ( P.); as in q^ffqf^,
^^Tsr (qF7) a Tad. ter. showing * possession'; as in
^ q ^ - q ; ( ^ ) a denominative t e r . / as in ^ w q q ?
qf^.
mqfqq.
3- ( q q ) a Tad. ter.; as in f|r^q, ^qq.
W^^^ (5q[) a Krii ter.; as in frq, ^cjcq.
^ ^ ( q q ) a Tad. ter. showing ^ descended or born
^ (5^) a Krit ter.; as in q[^.
from' ; as in qfqq:, qr1:q:, qf^q*..
5 - ^ - ^ 5 T ( ^-gr-^ ) a Kf it ter.; as in >ft^ ( ^ ) ^ .
^ ^ ^ ( q q q ? ) a Tad. ter. ; as in q i f f ^ q q ? ; .
^ " ^ 5 ( ^ ) ^ ^r*^^ 0^ U^. ter.; as in fqrq^, ^ q ^ , gr-
5"^ ( q q ) a Tad. ter.; as in T]\im.
o|[ (3f ) a Kyit t e r . ; as in qff:, ^q[ty:.
f ^ q ( q r ) a Kylt ter. showing * tendency or dispo-
'qqc'j ( ^ 5 ) the termination of a particular kind of
sition ' ; as in f rf ;c, ^?^r, q^^r.
gerund; as in qrr^, ^qft^q^.
f ^ ? " ^ ( f or fq ) a Krit^ter, added to roots, but which
fof=^(^) the termination of the causal.
is usually omitted; as in ^j^, ^ ^ , qq^, ^ ^ &c.
r r f q ( f q ) a Krit ter.; as in qff^, qffqq, ^qfR^.
^ ^ ('E^ ) an U^. ter.; as in 3T^% f7^q.
arq ( ^ ) a Tad. ter. ; as in ^rq:, qj-q^r^q:.
i^ ( f q ) a Tad. ter.; as in ^^^,
crqq ( q ) a termination of the potential passive par-
W^'^ ( ^ ) a Krit ter. before which a nasal is in-
ticiple; as in q^rq, fi^q.
serted; as in iErtq^q:, Prqf^:, qrftq^:.
=^^^ (BTqr ) a Krit ter.; as in qqfflqr.
; ^ ( f q ) a Tad. ter.; as in qrcrft^lq. ^K%f ^H% {^,^H) terminations of the comparative
Ts^-? ( ^ ) an JJj^. ter.; as in J??, qqf. and superlative degrees.
f^^Tf^ ( P'*T^) a Tad. ter.; as in ^fffqq. qf^w ( q ^ ) a ter. of the ablative case; as in qr^q-,
i T ^ ( ^2 ) a Krit ter.; as in i^'n, ^5^q.
^ ( 3T ) a Kfit ter.; as in qf^^:,^r^?y^:; or a Tad. ter. qrrqt? (rrrr%) a Tad. ter.; as in rlrqqrRT, qlc^rfq*
( f ^ ) ; as in qflrq, ^tl[^. rT? ( H ) the augment inserted before srq; as in qfqqq ?
^ F ( ^ ) a Kyit ter. used to form abstract nouns rT^^ ( ^^) the ter, of the infinitive mood.
from roots, before which the final vowel and pen- f f ( ^ ) a Krit ter. of agency ; as in qrqr, qfqrf.
ultimate 3T generally undergo Vriddhi, and the m^ ( r q ) a Tad. ter. ; as in qf^f?q,: ^f^qf^:.
penultimate short gu^a ; as in ff^t, c^\^., qf^t, %-q:. cq^ ( ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in qq?q, ^q?q.
fqjor ( f q ) a Ki;it ter.; as in ^qrfqq, qtfqq, q^rq^. ^ ( q- ) a Tad. ter. (adv.) ; as in ^ q , ^^^, qq.
^ ' g - ( ^!C ) a Krit ter.; as in qjjr. ^f-.^ip;pj ( ^ r ) a Tad, ter. showing * manner'; as in
Sq^ ( t ) a fem. ter.; as in qar^q?, qqf.
# r ^ ( f ) a fem. ter.; as in ^?qrqf-, qiXiff. qfT'^Cw) 'I ^ a d . ter, showing ^measure or
%^^^ ( f q ^ ) r height', as in ifr^^q, 3 ; q ^ , ^^.qq,
q^q ( T T ) a Tad. ter ; as in sT^cq'q;.
J qsf^qq.
' q r q ^ ( ^ R ) a ter. of the present participle Atma-
nepada . as in l^^^^f Jprrq. qgr ( q ) a Krit. ter. ; as in q^:, q?q:, ^^:.
3W ("^ ) ^^^ augment jr ; as in yqqrq, qfqqfq.
f%q a name of a termination; see ^Tqqq^q. vr^ ( ? ) *^io augment q;^; as in ^qqfq, ^qqfq.
S* ( f q ) a Tad. ter. ; as in r^^ffq, qfrq. TT^, 1^^ ( ^ r ^ q ) Tad. ter. ; as in qf^rqq:, qfr^qrqq:,
Sf ( 3T ) a Tad. ter.; as in qftw^J*
^ q ( ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in qiq-q-q:, ^ f t ^ ^ : . q ( q ) a Tad. ter. ; as in ^^^^, ^ f ? q , j q : .
2r ( 3 T ) a Krit ter.; as in qqrq;i::, qc-q^.* . q H l j ( q H ) a possessive t e r . ; as in BT[qqq, %^^;
ST^ ( W ) a fem. ter. ; as in 3Tqr> q-qr. ( changed to qgr ).
E'^fj ( q q ) a Tad. ter. showing ' pertaining to ' ; as Hn^ ( q q ) a Tad. ter.; as in qqs"qq, ^Rrqq.
in f^fqq, ^^^^^y f^rrf^. qrq^q ( T f ^ ) a Tad. ter. showing ' m e a s u r e ' ; as in
3 - ^ ( f q r ) a Tad. ter. ; as in ^q-iqqr:, tqfa[^: . ^T^qfq, q ^ q f q .
3^5 ( f qr ) a Tad. ter. * as in %q^, %(%ir, "^^^^ FH rq ( f q ^ ) a possessive ter.; as in iffrqg".
^ q ( ^ ^ ) a Tad. ter. showing ^ possession ^ &c. as in rrjr ( 5 ) the augment 5 ; as in rfffqr, t^^'V^'"
qfq^:. ^ ' q ^ : . q ( I T ) a Tad. ter. ; as in qf^qf, qf?qr, ^j:qr, or in
^ ( 3T ) a Krit ter. before which the final consonant
of ^ root is usually dropped ; as in ^^^^, |<rq:. q ^ (2^) a ter. of the frequentative ; as in t l ^ q q .
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q ^ ( q ) a Tad. ter.; as in qfr^qt, qF^:. ^ ( ^ ) a Krit ter. ; as in fqR-qr, f|^;, or a Tad. ter*
q q ( q ) a Krit. ter.; as in qsq, qq, q q . ( ^ ) ; as in ?^qqr: .
^ ( ^ ) a possessive ter.; as in qyfc, f r q r ; also a Krit. ^ 5 ( ^ H ) a ter. of the present participle of Paras-
ter.; as in qq, ^fq, sf^, ^ , ff^. maipada; as in qqrT, \^^W.
^% ( ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in sfq^^, qrq^?". ^ q ^ ( ^ R or qrq ) a ter. of the present participle
?sq (sqq") a Krit ter. showing 'agency' ; as in ^^^'.y of the Atmanepada; as in qqqfq: .
q2[q:. q, q ^ ( ^ ) added at the end of comp. as in j % -
v^r? (sqq ) a Krit ter. forming abstract nouns ; as in ? ^ : , q^i"^: .
^^^y ^^^, qqfq. ^qr^ (q^") a Tad. ter.; as in qf^TT: .
^rq"5 (qq^) a Kyit ter, ; as in q^q^, qt^^. ^ ^ ( ^ ) a Krit ter. showiug ' instrument or means *
q^=q; ( q^ ) a Krit ter. ; as in ^^x, pqfqr. of an action; as inqqq, ^m, q^, qfi"> ^ q , ^ST.
^ ^ ^ ( q ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in f^?qfqt^:,?:5Vfqt^r, g-=q ( f q r ) a Tad. ter. ;as in ^'qiRqC:.
g-q-ST^ ( fqx ) Tad. ter.; as in qfq^f^x , aq^fqqr:.
fqiq- ( f q q ) a possessive ter. ; as in qqi^^^, q^ftq^,
^qr ( ^ ^ q ^ ) a Tad. ter.; as in qqcqrqqr.
%qrf^?, ^f^^^. ^^"^ ( ^ ) a Tad. ter. showing * state (qfq ) ' ^ ^s ih
I H ( ^ T ^ ) a K^it ter. ; as in f%qT:, Ifqqr:, oc a Tad.
ter. ; as in afrsqf, Tf^qr, ^m^- ^ q ( ^ ) the ter. of the desiderativo.
g?T ( ^q? ) a K|it ter. as in q^qr*., ^^^* * ^ a Tad.'Uer. (adv, ) as in ^c.

Mtc-^ThQ ERRATA will be separately published hereafter.


A LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS OSEO m THE DICTIONARY-

I.

Of the names of works or authors.


J^, B.Except whore otherwise specified, the Editions of works referred to v:^

mostly those printed at Calcutta.

Ait Br..., Aitareya Brahmana ( Bombay ). Day. B., Day. Dayabhaga.


Ak, ... .. Amarakosha. ( ,, ). D.Bhag... .. Devibhagavata.
A. L. .. ulnandalahari. Dhan.V... . .. Dhananjayavijaya,
Amaru. . . Amaru^ataka. Dliarm. .,, ... Dharmaviveka.
-ipast, .. J[pastamba. Dhurt. ... ... Dhurtasamagama,
A, R. .. Anargliaraghava ( published in Dk ... Da-sakumaracharita (Bombay).
the Kavyamala ).
D. R. ... ... Da.sarupa (Hall's Edition ).
i r y . S. .. , -^ryavidyasudhakara (Bombay), Bri. S. ... ... Di'ishtanta^ataka.
-4rja. S. ^ryasapta^ati ( published in the Gaut. S.
Kavyamala ). > Gautamasutra.
orGaufc.Sut,
Asvad. ,.. A^vadhati (published in the Ghat. ... ... Ghatakarparakiivya,
Subhashitaratndkara). Git ... Gttagovinda.
jisval, ... -4 sva lay ana's Sutras. G. L. ... ... Gangalahari.
Av Atharva-veda, G. M. ... ... Gai.iaratnamahodadhi of Vat*
Baudhay. Baudhayana. dhamana.
% ... Bhagavadgita ( Bombay ). Goladh,... ..* Goladhyaya.
Bh. ... Bliartrihari's three gfatakas ( the H ... Hitopade^a ( Nirnaya Sagara
figures 1., 2., 3 after Bh. de- Edition).
iioting /S'ringara", Niti, and H a % . ... ... Halciyudha.
V^iragya'^). Hariv. ... ... Haiivam^a.
Bhav. P . ... Bhavishyottara Purana. Hch. ... ... Harshacliarita.
Bhag Bhagavata ( Bombay ). H . D. ... ... Hamsadiita.
Bhar. Ch. ... Bharatachampil (Bombay). Hem. .,, Hemachandra,
Bhasha P . ... Bhkshaparichchheda. Lsop. ... Lsopanishad.
Bhcava P . ... Bhavapraka<9a. J. K V . . . . ... Jaiminiyanyayamalavistara
n Bijaga\iita.
Bha^tikavya.
( Goldstiicker's Edition ).
Bk K ... Kadambari ( Bombay ) .
B. R Balaramaya\ia (Benares). Kam ... Kamandakinitisara.
B. and E, ... Bothlingk and Eoth. Kd5i ... Ka^ikav^-itti ( Benares ).
Bri. S, ) Karpur. ... ... Karpliramanjari (published in
Yaraliamihira^s Brihatsamhita.
lin, S. j " the Kavyamala ) .
Bti. Kath... Brihatkatha. Kath ,.e Kathopanishad.
Br. Silt. .... Brahmasi\tras. K%. ... ... K^tydyana.
Br/. Ax, Up. Kau5. ... Kausikastltra.
Bri. Up. > Bril:adara^yakopanishad. Kaus. Br. ... Kaushitaki Brdhmana.
Bv . Bhaminivilasa (Bombay). Kaus. Up. ... Kaushitakyupanishad.
Chaiid K.... Chandakau^ika. K^v ... Kavyadar^a.
Chand M. . .. Chhandomanjari. Kavyal... ... KdvyMamk^ra (published in the
Chandr. .,,. Chandr^loka. Kavyamala).
Chan . Chanakya.sataka. K e n . . . ... ... Kenopanishad.
Chat* . Chatakashtaka (in two parts. ) Ki ,.^ Kiratarjuniya.
Ch.P , Chaurapanchasika. Kir. K . . . . ... Kirtikaumudl ( B o m b a y ) .
Ch. Up. ,,. Chhandogyopauishad, K. P . , .., Kayyapraka^a.
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Ks. ... Kathasaritsagara. Sar. K. ... ,.. Sarasvatikanthabharaija.


Ku. ,., Kumarasambhava (Bombay). Sarva. S. ...
Kull. ... .. K u M k a . t Sarvadar^anasamgraha.
Sar. S. ...
Kusum.... ., Kusumanjali. Sd.t. Br. ... ... iSatapatha Brahma^a.
Kuval. ... ., Kuvalayananda.
Say ... Sayaria.
Lila. ., Lilavati.
S. B. ... ... ^arirabhashya.
M .. Malavikagnimitra (Bombay).
S. D . ... ... Sahityadarparia.
M^dh. K. .. Madhavanidana.
;Si. ... A^isupalavadha.
Mahan. ... ,.. Mahanataka.
Sid. Mukt. '
... Malatimadhava (Bombay).
or 'h Siddhantamuktavali.
Malli. ... ... Mallinatha. Mukta. '
Mand. ... .. Mandukyopanishad. Sid. /Sir. ... ... Siddhantasiromani.
Mark. P . .. Markandeya Purana. Sik ... /Siksha.
Mb. .. Mahabharata ( Bombay ). Siva P . ... ... SivB, Purana.
Mbh. ... .. Mahabhashya (Bombay). Sk. , Siddhanta-Kaumudi (Bombay).
Me. .. Meghaduta ( Bombay ). Skanda. P . ... Skanda Purana.
Med. ... .. Medinikosha. S. L. ... ... Sudhalahari (published in tho
Mit. .> Mitakshara ( B o m b a y ) . Kavyamala).
Mim. ,. Mimamsa, /Srut. ... jSrutabodha.
Mk. ,. Mrichchhakatika S. Tib ... ... /Sringaratilaka.
Moha M. .. Mohamudgara. Subh. ... ... Subhashitaratnakara (Bombay).
Ms. ,. Manusmriti. Subhash... ... Subhashita.
Mu. , Mudrarakshasa ( Bombay ), Subh. Ratn. ... SubhashitaratnabhaijLdagara
Mugdha. . Mugdhabodha. (Bombay),
Mu^d. ... . Muigidakopanishad. Siirya S.... ... Suryasiddhanta.
Mv. .. Mahaviracharita (Borooah's Edition). Su^r. ... Su^ruta.
N . ..: ... ,, ISTaishadhacharita. Sv ... Samaveda.
Mg. ... , Nkgdnanda. Svet. Up. ... Sveta-svataropanishad.
Nala. ,. Nalopakhyana (Bombay). Tarka K. ... Tarkakaumudi ( Bombay ).
Nalod. ... ,. iJTalodaya. Trik. ... Trikanda^esha.
Mr. ,. Nirukta. T. S. ... ... Tarkasamgraha ( Bombay ).
Mti. ... ,. Nitisara. Tv ... Taranatha's Yachaspatyam.
Mtipr. ... , . Mtipradipa. U ... Uttararamacharita.
P. ,. Panini's Ashtadhyayi. Udb ... Udbhata.
Pad. D...* . PadankadHta. Ud. D . ... ... Uddhavadilta.
P. P . P^rvatipari^aya. Ud. S. ... ... Uddhavasande^a.
P. B . Prasannaraghava. Ujjvah ... ... Ujjvaladatta.
Prab . Prabodhachandrodaya (Bombay). Un. ... Ui^ddisutras.
Prasna. Up. . Prasnopanishad. Up. 1
... Upanishad.
Priy. D . , . Priyadarsika ( Bombay). Upan. J ***
Pt . Panchatantra ( Bombay ) . V. ... .. ... Yikramorva^iyam (Bombay ).
B. ... . Raghuvam^a (Bombay), Vagb. ... Yagbhata.
Eaj. P . ... . Rajapra^asti. Yai5... Yai^eshika.
Raj. T , Rajatarangi^i. Yai5. Sffct.. ... Yai^eshikasiitras.
B a m . Mi , . Rdm^yaija (Bombay). Yaj ... Yajasaneyi Samhita.
Ras. M. , Rasamanjari. Yak. P . ... ... Yakyapadiya.
Ratn. ** . Ratnavali ( Bombay ). Yall. Subh. ... Yallabhadeva's Subhashitavali
, Rasagang^dhara (published in the (Bombaay )
R. (?
Kdvyam6,la). Yds ... Yasavadattd (Hall's Edition).
fes. ... :> iJitusamh&ra ( Bombay ). Yb ... Yiddha^alabhanjika (Bombay).
Bv . i^igveda (Max Miiller's Edition). Ye. ... Ye^isamhdra.
S. . , . ^akuntala (Bombay ). Yedanta P . ... Yedantaparibhasha.
iSabdak... , . iSabdakalpadruma. Yet ... Yetalapanchavim^ati.
Yid ... Yidagdhamukhamaiidana,
San. K ... Yikramankadevacharita (Bombay).
' i Sankhyakarika. Yikr
Sknkhya K .
Yir. M. ... Yiramitrodaya.
Sdn. S. .. SankhyasAtra^ Y. May. ... .M Yyavaharamayiikha (Mr. Mand-
lik's Edition).
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Yop. or Bop. . Yopadeva. y ...
Yajnavalkya (Mr. Mandlik's Edi-
Y. P. ... Yishnu Purana. tion ).
Y. Ratn... Yrittaratnakam, Yoga S .7. ... Yogasutras.
Yrind. S,.. Vrindavanasataka. Yv., YaJ. ... Yajurveda.
Y. Sah. .. YisJtiriusahasranama.

I^ote,After the Abbreviations given above, where one Arabic figure is followed by another, tho
former indicates the canto, chapter, part, act, &c. , and the latter, the number of the
verse, A single Arabic figure indicates the page, act, &c.

II.
Grammatical and other AHibreviations, and Symbols.
A. or Atm.... ... Atmanepada. loc ... LocativQ,
a. ... Adjective. m. or mas. ... Masculine.
abl. ... Ablative. Mar. ... Marathi.
aoc. ... Accusative. Math. ... t. Mathematics.
adv. ... Adverb. Medic .. Medicme.
n, ... ... Neuter.
alg. .,, Algebra. N ... Name.
Arith. , Arithmetic. Nom. ... ... IsTominative.
xi. S. ... Anglo-Saxon. num. a, ... ... Numeral adjective.
astr. ... Astronomy. oft ,. Often times.
astrol. Astrology. OPP .. Opposite of.
Avyayi. ... ... Avyayibhava. P. Parasmaipada.
Bah. ,., Bahuvrihi. pass .. Passive.
Gaus. ... Causal. pers Persian.
cf. ... Compare. phil. .. Philosophy.
Com. ... ... ... Commentary. pl .. Plural.
comp. ,,, .,. Compound. pot, p . Potential passive participle.
dat ... Dative, p. P .. Past passive participle.
Den ... Denominative. Pres. ... ,, Present tense,
desid ... Desiderative. pres, p... .. Present participle.
du ... Dual. pron. a... Pronominal adjective.
e. g. ... ... ... JExempli gratiay for example. q. V .. quod vide, which see.
Eng ... English. Rhet. ... ... Rhetoric.
Etym., Ety. ... Etymology. sing. ... . Singular.
/ . or fem. ... . . . . Feminine. Subst Substantive.
fig. ... Figurative. s. V ,. sub voce^ sec under the word.
fr ... From. Tat .. Tatpurusha.
freq. .. Ubhayapada ( Parasmai. a n d
gen
...
...
Frequentative.
Genitive.
u. ... . Atmane.)
Gorm. ... German. Yart .. Yartika.
Goth. Gothic. Yed .. Ye die.
Gr ... Greek. V. 1 .. Yarious reading.
gi-am. Grammar. Yoc. ... .. Yocative.
ibid The same. .. Equal or equivalent to, same as.
i, e ... id est, that is. + .. Plus.
ind. ... Indeclinable. &<;^ ,. E t csetera.
inf. .,, ... Infinitive. o .. denotes that the rest of the
word under consideration is
instff*. ... Instrumental. to be supplied; e. g. -^ \^^V[^^
L Latin.
lit Literal. ^^^ ^^^ under srHfcf means
THE

PRACTICAL

SANSKRIT-ENGLISH
DICTIONARY.

^
^J ^m
white, black; aifHT not a god, a destitute of wealth &c. &c. In many
^ r The first letter of the Nagari demon &c. These senses are put to- cases such compounds will be found ex-
plained under the second member. Most
^ 1 Alphabet. - . ^ : [^^l^, 3^rn% ^HT- gether in the following verse :- compounds beginning with s^ or 3j;g- are
rq^ m^f^ ^ ; 3Ti.-^R^r, ^ Tv.] 1N. rfWr|A-^M^R^rf^^^cl^c-Mrif I BTm"" either Tatpurusha or Baliuvr?'hi (to be
of Yishi:iu, the first of the three ^^fro^T^^T^Frf: 'SR^^^^I^RTrfr:!! See determined ])y the sense) and should be
?r also. Y^ith verbal derivatives, such so dissolved.
sounds constituting the sacred
as gerunds, infinitives, participles, it < i T ^ l % ^ rt. ( ^ being regarded as
syllable 3Tt5; ^T^IftKt f^^'J^ff^ ^S'^TTC-
has usually the sense of 'not'; BT^rt^ a consonant) Not a del)tor, free from
^ ^ t T ^ : II; for more explanation of not having burnt: 3TT2[^^iiot seeing; debt; f^qrar^rCT- ^[^ m^ T^RT 4r
the three syllables sj, ^ , ^ see 3^nRr--2 so BTOfTrT^ not once ; BT^^qr, ^T^if^HrtJ:
N. of >S^iva, Brahma, Yayu, or Yai^va- &c. Sometimes 3T does not afi'ect the ^\^ II Mb. The form BT^f^^ also
nara.f/t<:/. 1 A prefix corresponding sense of the second ineniber; BT-^f^T occurs in this sense.
to Latin in, Eng. iji or nn, Gr. a or that which lias no last, i.e. last ; ^sf^ 10 U. BT^^^f^-^ To divide,
cm, and joined to nouns, adjectives, BT^TTTT having no superior, unsur-
distribute, share among; also B^*:^fq--
indeclinableB (or even to verbs) as passed, most excellent; for examples
tn*^ in this sense.
a Bu])stitute for the negative parti- sec the words.-2 An interjection of
cle ?f^, i^nd changed to BT^ before (a ) Pity {ah !) BTBT^ P. I. 1. U BW: [Bf^ Bi^] 1 A share, part,
vowels except in the word ST-'R^pT^. Sk. (h) Pieproach, censure (fie, portion, division; member; ^fi%fr
The senses of ?r usually enumerat- shame); BTT^f^cqf ^pF'T P. Y I . 3. 73 f^Trrfr% Ms. 9.47; g^T^: a fourth
ed are six(a) ^JW^ ^likeness' or Yart. See B?^5:pr, ST^ft^FT also. part; q-gf' ; ^%^m\ ^Sl^^RT ^T^-
* resemblance' ; ^r^rr^o]-: one like a ( c ) L^sed in addressing; BT BT^. ^ : prrrR* lig. 15.7; -^^wim
Brahniana (wearing tlie sacred thread (a) It is also used as a particle of Wif^Jpfrtl" E. 8.16; Bt%^ ^flr-
&c.), but not a Brahmana, but a prohibition.-3 The augment pre- rrrg^^lt^rnr K. 159 partly.-2 A share
Ivshatriya, or YaicS-ya; ^f^ : a reed fixed to the root in the formation of in property, inheritance; J^^f^irf:
appearing like f ^ , but not a true f ^T. the Imperfect, Aorist and Condi- Ms. 8.408; BW#r #Rqi%^1- 9.201 ;
(h) BPTF^ 'absence',^negation', 'want', tional Tenses. ^^^^^ ^ r ^ t : ^ ^ i f ^ ^ r : Y. 2.115. - 3
* privation'; STW'f absence of know- N- B.The application of this priva- The numerator of a fraction; BT-%-
ledge, ignorance; 3T^T^:,^^:,^#r5"^^ tiv^e prefix is practically unlimited ; to ^^ncrr^f'^r f^f^l* I-ibt.; soiaetimes
3T^T: &c. ( c ) %f' difference' or 'dis- give every possible case would almost used for fraction itself.-4 A degree
amount to a dictionary itself. No at-
tinction' ; ^^z : not a cloth, some- tempt will, therefore, be made to give of latitude (or longitude); sf^^^f^j-:
thing dift'erent from, or other than, evet-y jjossible combination of this prefix
a cloth. ( d ) ^T^^riT * smallness', with a following word ; only such words
' diminution', used as a diininutive as require a special explanation, or such - 5 The shoulder (more generally
particle; S T J ^ liaving a slender as most frequently occur in the liter- wiitten Bf^, q. v. ). - 6 N. of one of
ature and enter into compounds with
waist (f^Tktt or rTfT^^TfTr). (e) other words, will be given; others will the ^dityas. The senses of ' party',
Bqrn^^^^ET ' badness, ' ' unfitness, ' be found self-explaining when the English ' a share of booty,' ' earnest moiu^y',
having a depreciative sense ; B^^TR^ : ' i n , ' ' u n , ' or 'not,' is substituted for 3^ which are said to occur in the Ye da
wrong or improper time ; B^^q- not or :^^ before the meaning of the second are traceable to 1. above.-Com|). Bt"
fit to be done, improper, unworthy, word, or the sense may be expressed by ^ : [^. rf.] a secondary incarnation ;
bad act. ( / ) ftrPT ^ opposition',' con- 'less,' 'free from,' 'devoid or destitute part of a portion. BTRT ad^'- share by
o f &c ; 3 ^ ^ ^ unspeakable ; Bf^iJ with-
trariety'; ^^frf : the opposite of out pride, or fi-eedom from pride ; BT^PT- share.BT^RTK'^rK^ [^. rT.] descent
morality, immorality; 3^[ftnT not W^ not bold ; Bppy unfortunate ; d f f ^ (on earth) of parts of deities, partial
^ ^ ^ ^
incariiation; tTr^ f^^T'fer Dk. 153; means of his 1000 hands in the BfJ^^ a. [B^^ ^ : B^FT-q^.] Eeloug-
-^f^^trrTfrT^^ K. 31 ; ^ : 5 i T ^ ^ : 79; form of rays). ing to the shoulder; % BT^r % ^T"^
so Bt^R?ff4m 108 ; N. of Adliyayas Bf^fT a. [ Bf^-BT^?7^^ Tfjq:] 1 Lu- 5gjf^r^r:Kv. 1. 191.7.
C4-G7 of .Idiparvan of ELarata. i^f- minous, radiant 7 ^ r f r [ ^ i:f^Wfr^ ^ 1 A Bff"^, ^jTf To go ; ap-
m,~-^X,-'^M^jn- f. [^q.w^J^] one Eg. 10.21.~2 Eointed.-3 Eibrous, proach; set out, Ek. 3.25,46; 14.51,
wlio takes or has a share, one entitled al)ounding in filaments ( A^ed. ). L4. &c. '^Caus. 1 To send; rf^Tr-
to a share in the ancestral |)roperty, m. {m^f ) I The sun ; ^ r ^ f ^ ^ - Nf^f^^TJcTlf^ Ek. 2. 40, 15. 75.
an heir, a colieir; fqrfr^fi:^'srr ^X- ft^r^TT^ l i D^.IO, Ki. 11. 6, Y. 3. - 2 To sldne.-3 To speak.
^ f t qr^: ^K: Y. 2.132; ^ftfrn" ^r^Vr 144; sometimes the moon also.-2
BTf?: a. [^%:^lTM^l'^^] Moving
iS'. of the grandson of 8agara, son ( r r f ^ ^ ) ; Ev. 10.5.6; distressed,
o. [^. rT.] sliglitly turned away, or of Asamanjasa and father of Dilipa. straitened, sinful ( %).
turned a\\'ay towards the shoulder; - 3 iS^. of a inountain; H^'TT^'^r ^ of BTfTT a. Yed. distressing, trouble-
5 m ^ m ! % q-^JTf^R-^r: >V. 3.26 v. 1. a plant ^^^ Miisa Sapientum or Ea- some ; sinful; straitened, of A sin,
for BWiW^.^^Jf [^T. rf. ] reduc- radisiaca. ffj- 1 X. of a plant ^[r5"- distress ( ? ) .
tion of fractions to the sanu3 denom- q-'^ (i\lar. ^^-^rff, ^[r^^^) Hedysarum
BT^'f^ ^f" Troublesome, free from
inator (BTg-F^^q^r m % : fr^--i-.\^?:'^) (langeticum. - 2 X. of the river
Bin CO.
Yamuna.
^f^ [ 35^R: ^^ffo|- ftsr% ^qp^; ^ ^ % : - ^ r / . [f?.-^frr, %i^im;
?n'^m^5fT Lila. ;^^;i::the keynote. i^T^ : ^^^fK^RJ ^ t f : En. 4.62 ; ^[t
Bt^T^: [3i^-'7g-?5; ; Bff^q:7[/.] 1 Que ^ ^T^fR" ^ ] 1 A cloth, gar-
having a sliare, a coheir, relative. ment in general; ^^XH^ a breast-^ftrTH^qr 3[r^ ] 1 A gift. - 2 Anxiety,
-2 (F^P>' ^ ^ ) A share, portion,
cloth; RTrfflPTr Y. 3. 1 2 ; ^^^- trouble, ciire, distress, illness (Yed).
division ; F^^r^^J^^PTr ^rfT^F^f^^- ^^qT%rr%5r?rnTf K u . i . i 4 ; = ^ ? r r - ^ ^ ^ ^^. ^ r - . - f ^ &C. [ BT^ BTfr[^
i p r m ^ r f r : ^S\ l. 34. ^2 A fme f^^ L'l.i. 4.212, BT^Tf^ Tp-=j|rr WP^-
Pt^f^%; f f ^ H ^ H ^ ^ r w ^^r^, f <r-
or white cloth ; ^^^^ ^^^^f^- %^] 1 A sin; ^ f ' ^ F ' ^ r ^ ^ ^ f f^^t
^ ^ ^ r T ^ ^ f ^ ^ ^ T . ^ AsoLir day.
BT^?^ a. [ -dt^T ^m; ^-^) 1 Having, 'J^fr^F^l^^r^ft^ ? r l : Me." 62 ; ..^^ K i . 5 . 1 7 ; ^ ^ : ^X^f^ R->
or entitled to, a share (BJ^q-ff^) .-2 usually silken or muslin. - 3 An ^TfrTIf^r >^^'i. 1.29 ; leaving one's re-
upper garment; a mantle ; also an ligion or duty {^^'^^J^\^)~2 Trouble,
under garment; ^ ^ F ^ f N ^ c ^ i t l ^ n anxiety, care. [cf. Bjq-, BTfiriT; Gr.
BTO?f [ Bi^T-^J7^ ] Act of dividing.
p ^ ^ : .^i. 13. 31. ^4 A. leaf.-5 Mild agos; ahos^^, J ^ . freeing from
B w f ^ f ^'^. ( ^1^-f ^ ) A divide]',
or gentle blaze of light (5Tlf^#%) distress.
sharer.
( ^ : also ; ^^r^ ^q^, ) . ^*f^ ^ r % : Yed. The intercalary
Btmri: [ ^^-^Pf ] 1 A
BT^p^ a. Eadiant, luminous.fJIT: month (lord of distress or ])or-
sharer, coheir; (5?rfl^r^^ri:"t) ^^^ ^r plexity %)
^ 5 : '^'Rlf^^: Y. 2. 114 entitled to of the sage Chiinakya; of any sage. BTf^qTH a. Sinful.
tho same share.-2 Having parts or
s t l ^ 3t;ET^(^, ^twqqrfrr See BT^.
members ( BT^:[^|^?[^ ) ; Brftr^T : ^qfr^irr-
^^rfPrr^ 50% ^RJTrir-V. Earibhasha. ot-^: [ ^fr ^ ^ R f ^ Bf^ ] 1 A f^ Tv. ] A gift.
part, portion; See Bt^.-2 The ^ f ^^' [ ^ ?^^ f ] Yed. Shiful,
^ l i l a. [ B T ^ - ^ J ^ ^ ^ ^ ] Divisible.
shoulder, shoulder-blade. ~3 iS^. of a wicked, injurious (qR^fft^, ^-
BT^: [Bt^T-TTq-o f ] 1 ^^ I'ay, beam Erince.(-~;BV) The two angles of an ^ ^ ? 5 - ; ) strait, narrow (^)f n.
of light; ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ hot-rayed, the sun; altar, [cf. Goth, amsa; L. ansa, lAnxiety, distress; sin, crime ('^.-2
^ n ^ T ^ M ^ ^ m R f ^ ^ Ivu. 1.32;lustre, humerus; Gr. a.^7/rt.]-oiiip,gR^r: Eudendum Muliebro (^). [cf. L.
brilliance ; ;c;c^, ^{icf &c.-2 A point \^W ' ^5" f^ f^T^frT ] a bull's hump, angustus^ auxins ; Goth, aggims ] .
or end.-3 A small or minute parti- the protuberance between the shoul- H"^ -t\ having a narrow slit; hav-
cle.-4 Ihul of a tliread.-5 A filament, ing the pudendum divided ( '{).
especially of the 8oma plant ^ R : J^?TT: Erab. 1^7 'sf [^q. ^. ]
(Yed).-6 Garment; decoration.-7 N. 1 an armour to protect the shoulders.
=^Fq%?r] 1 A foot.-2 The root of
of a sage or of a prince.-8 Sp)eed, 2. a bow. qpTf^cR- : the upper part of
a tree, cf. sfi^. - 3 The nund)er
velocity (%3T).-Coill|).-.^f^ a col- the spine. ^ n ; : (BT%O) [BJ^ ^ % ^|-^ :
four. -Comi). T : ^foot-drinker',
lection of rays, a l)laze or halo ^r^. rf. ^r ^T^^] a burden or yoke put
a tree; (T^?T f^frT f^=^^R). ~ ^ ^ W :
of liglit. ->q-^, :-^qf^ :_^pr,-^|-cr|-._;^j^ _ upon tho shoulder. ^rf^^-^flt^
[ ^ ' ^ ^ ^ f^ ] the upper part of the
^^p^\ the sun, ( bearer of rays or (3T%) [^W\^^^, ^^ (% ) Hft^ frfrf; sole of the foot.
lord of rays}, ^^t a kind of silken ^^] bearing a yoke or burden on
^ j ^ 1 E (BT^f^) To go, move
cloth (Bf^^rr ^ ^ ^ 5 % ^ 5 % q f ) Y. the shouhler. f^qff^^ a. [^q". ^.] tortuously like a serpent [cf. L.
1.186, Ms; 5.120. "-JTTt^r a garland turne<l towards the shoulders; ^jc{- angulus, Gr. agl'ai'\.
of light, halo, ^j^ff^^ m. [^v-^^ : BT^ a. Moving tortuoiisly.
mt^yr[^' ^^rTT^ if^] 1. the sun BTOt5^ a, [Blr^rS-^, ^ r S " ^ frq^j";
( wreathed with, surrounded ])y, E. V. 2. 98] Strong, lusty, powerful, ^ % [ "^ ^ ^ ] Absence of hap-
rays). 2. the number twelve. 3. having strong shoulders ; ^r^nq"- piness ; pain, misery; (as in ^\^
having a collection of rays. f ^rf : s^r?m^r|TOt57: E. 3. 34; 5 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ BT^ ^'^ q^ j) sin ^\f^ % g-ig- qiprra;.
[Bf^tf^rTf^ ^^^] the sun ( w h o #3T5^TO%^ 16. 84; ^^q[5r^^f^^ ^ ^ 5 S r - [^. ^.] E a l d . ^ : K
draws up water from the earth by Dk. 169. of Ketu (the descending node), who
^^f^ m\^
is reiu'csented as a headless trunk. tions ; ^ ^ r ^ ^ ^ R g Sk. may he ^T^f^TcT ^^' [^. ^-J ^^^^ artificial
Tv. explains it thus : B{^q- jr^^T be disappointed, or experience a or manufactured ; natural, genuine.
failure !
^fzf ^TRT^l'^l^ :; e. g. ^^^,^{^ ^ ^ ^ f q^: ^. rf. ] 1 E^nwell, ill, indispos-
y;%3ft%f^^m: Ku. 2.32. void of ears; deaf. - 2 Destitute of ed. - 2 [q^^q'^ ?m" q^^"-qq:q^^"% f^^qr-
^ ^ F r g ' ^ , ^ ^ ^ ^ ; ^ ^ * ^ - of a mys- Karna :BT?r ^WH<ifi'^? ^ f^ ^ I f % ' ^ \^V^^' ^rf;q-. (T. ] True; (rf) BT^^^lTf^'
tical circle (^^T^) or diagram with Mb. of: A serpent (rf^q- W^^ F ^ ^ f ^^^TfTrrt h)k. 31.
the letters of the alphabet, such as ^"-TT'^rfT, hence also called =^cJ:^-T^ )
^ , ^ , ^ , ^, BT, ^ , ^ , f &c. Avritten BT5R"^^ <^- [ "T. "^.^ ^ o t fit for the cious, unlucky. cf Inauspicious-
therein and used in deterinining ears ; not in the ears. ness, ill, evil, adversity.
the auspicious or inauspicious stars ^ ^ c f ^ ^^- [fr^-Hr^^3^ ^' ^- ] \
of a person ; (^n^jflTfrt H ^ t^-rf^P^" Xot cutting. - 2 [fr?3;-5r^^ ^. ^.; ^^^^-T
q". (T. ] I^idescribable ( Biq^q'tq" ); not
q^c^ ^'rff ^ c ^ ^ Tv. ] bwarhsh. contemptilde, not bad; '''<i\{K'' --~- ^\'^^'
3 T ^ ^ m. [ ^. rT. ] ^"^ot an agent; qr ^ ^ % q^q- ^ q^qn?:; ^ qrqi'it ^i ;
ST^f^TcT ^' *^ot told,' not other- B ^ ^ R : =Er ^TT^ E. m . 3.19 j ^ ^ ^ r or q ^ ^Tq"%qff^qr f qr^^ -; or BTi^-
wise mentioned by way of any of >S^rfr ^fi^r Sankliya; a subordinate
the other case-relations, such as agent; oFq"-^ an inferior or subor-
BT^KPf &c ; a name given to the dinate position. ^ ^ ' ( % ^^' Yed. Unwise, foolish.
indirect (JXPT) object governed by ^ ^ ^ I r j ; ^'^^^^- [^ ^ ^ H ; i%pq-rqrR-
^ T ^ ^ ^ rt. [^. W. ] 1 Without
verbs like i"!^, qf=^^ &c. ^ [ q ' ? q qq" ^iTr^q^^ ^- ] 1 Accident-
work, idle; inefficient. ~2 Disquali-
^T^f^U a. JN^ot the youngest fied for performing the necessary ally, suddenly, unexpectedly, all of a
(such as eldest, ndddle) ; elder, rites, wicked, degraded; B^'^JT? ^^^l'- sudden ; BT^r^^rrfFrH^TF ^ f xH'^im ^
superior.g-: [ BT^T %^l'%^r^cr q-fc|- r*^- f^ ^\ Ev. 10. 22. 8. - 3 (Gram. ) In- ^TFT : II. 1 coming by chance, an
^ ^^^ ^ : ] JN". of Euddha Gautama; transitive, generally in this sense accidental visitor. - 2 AVithout cause
of a deified Euddhist saint ( pl. in BT^4^. '^n. or ground, causelessly, in vaiii; m^-
{A). 1 Absence of
this latter sense.) -Coilip.q-; (rf: work; absence of necessary observan- ^TrH^i'r%rff 5R:rrTr fq'^Wrf^ fci-^F%-
also) [BT^r^i^.f^^ qrrfti'^; qr-^.] ces ; neglect of essential observan- rTF?r Et. 2. (j^ ; tq- .Hljt'S"[rTr qrTrW
j^^. of Euddha, lord of Euddhists. Dk. 135; ?rF5^-;^HF'^m q ^ ^ Y. 1.132;
ces ; inaction; ^ ^ " r WR" ^ r ^ 4 ^ -
Bpq-^" FtjT^^IF^ t?'^ ^ 5 ^ ^ i t Mv.
^^FT^r [^- ^ - l ^''o virgin, a ^ g ^ ^ f t ^ ' T : I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 5ff^^
2. 44; cFT^ ^q-f '^^^^^K^qiF^qf^F^lT! ;
maid that is not so any longer; TTf^ ^ " ^ r TI%: f'>g. 4. 17, 18.
E. 14. 55,73.
- 2 An improper act; crime, sin.
Ms. 8. 225. 6. ^ ^ F T : ^ ^ . [q-n1qq,1t BTqiFTr:^]'^-
-Comp. B#>^rr a. 1. unengaged,
qrrrS": qi^q* ] 1 Accidental, untoward,'
^T^Fl^lTT [^. rT. ] ^ o t shaking. unoccupied, idle . 2 . criminal. gpTH unexpected, sudden ; BT^fe'Tf^'^'q"-
- ? r : K of a Eakshasa. a. free from action, or doing an
^ ^ f t Mv. 5. 39 out of sc^ison;
BT^frnrT it- [^. rT.] Unshaken, hrm, improper act. HTT 1. onjoy-
resolute; not tremulous. ^ : ment of freedom from the fruits of ^^^'^t: U. G ; TrlH Rl^^^^^fe^qf:^
N. of a Jaina or Euddha saint, action. 2. renunciation of self-right- ^^q-^j-ST: jMcil. 5. 31 ; ;>f ?p:r?t ^(,1'FC-
a pupil of the last Tirthamkara eousness. ^?r5" a, lazy, indolent. ^^rq"F fv. 172. - 2 Destitute of stem
BT^T^ a- [^n^rf ^A ^iT ^. ^\\
or stock.-Comp. ^ P f a. Suddenly
STWT?: [ ^. ^ . ] 1 Handless, Intransitive; '?rrr-^fqrrc^r^R"r(r^r- born or produced. cj-j^: ujiex})eci-
maimed. ~2 Exempt from tax or ^^A^ Hari; (f) J^fk^\ ; T^^- ed occurrence; ^qf^TrTr #r ^ rr^Hrfq"-
duty. - 3 [ ?f. rf. ] iS'ot doing or ^t^^FrT : ^ ^ ^ F '-^TOTF m^X ibid. fTj^^ri^Ks. 5. 2. q-f^^^i"^ a^ ^lyiiig
acting; not dis2)osed to work, ceas- B:p^rr^ a. [ ^. rT. ] 1 Equable to as soon as born; perishing soon after
ing from work. ^r ^^- of a phmt Avork, inefficient, unfit for ^vork. birth l i . 4. 83. =^r7a sudden attack
BTPTrT^t^Lniblic Myrobalan, I^hyllan- - 2 Unlit to be done. of colic.
thus Emblica (BT^ J : ^ I^^RT ^Kf- BT^Ft' ((dv. Unexi)ectedly, all of
^r Ts^ 'm\^ ^TT^Wnt; X\-^ Tv.) JN'ot in parts, witliout parts, epithet a sudden, suddeidy; cf^f^o][ =q-^'
of the Supreme Spirit.
^^FTC^ [-^% ^ H T. rT.] ]S'ot
doing, absence of action ; BT^^HT^ITH fqr T^FF^^^qr ^v. 2. 12; r^-^^rr^-
444^<"i ^ * - ; cf. the English phrases^ from sediment, i)ure. - 2 Sinless.
"Something is better than nothing," F5RT Moonlight. fq-q^H^F^ ^q" Mai. 1.18 unexpec-
" B e t t e r late than never". oj" a. B^cfTcxiKrT Honesty, integrity . tedly ; ?TF^^3 ^TTqrfe q^ 3Tp^fC^ilT%-
[if. ^.] 1 iS'ot artificial, natural. - 2 . ^ ^ T ^ ^ ^ i q ^ ^ ^^- 33.
Devoid of all organs, epithet of the 5R^^r qr q R ^ ] Eree from pride, hum-
BT^5T ^^- [ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^r^f] 1 Free,
Supreme Si)irit. ble, modest; honest. from desire, alfection, love; BT^fiff^
^ T ^ 5 ^ a. [^T. q-. ] 1 Uncontrol- f ^ ^ F ^ F N " I p ^ ^ ^ ^ ^f|f^?^Ms. 2.1
BTI^%^(^^l^' E. I I I . 3.112. ] EaiE led, not subject to control or rules, every thing is an act of his Avill.
ure, disapj^ointment, non-accom- unrestrained, unfettered. - 2 Weak, -2 Eeluctant, unwilling ; "^j ^~^f
plishment; mostly used in impreca- unable. - 3 Incomparable. 4. 364; so ^f^\^t ^FH'Ttf^.-S E"nin
4 ^f^
iluencedby, not subject to,love;^^f- ^<^...^F^*4 ^SFrr^ffqt^; '^FrfT^rft ^ ^ f t f ^ J [^^iq^T^ qfitrf: q-. rf.] In-
^^rqTR- ff ff^T^WH S. 1.23. - 4 Un- Eatn.3.-2 [q" qar5":] ^N'ot black, white. famy, ill-repute, disgrace.
eonscious, unintentional; BT^rFHrFr- rS": [q". q".] Wrong, inauspicious or ^qr^TT^' a. [^T. r=r.] 1 jSTot blunted,
;^q^q ^f^f%^%?r^ K- 10. 39 uncon- unseasonable time, not the proj^er unobstructed; B^KI^H^'^dlgl^'iHiAfF:
sciously committed.-5 The Sandhi time ( for any thing ) ; %-. ^cj^^r^q-- Ye. 2.2.-2 Yigorous, able to work.
which causes the dropping of a ^TPTFttF^^rW Ye. 3 ; V : ^rb^^'^iT - 3 . Eixed; "f^sCT^ Heaven.
final ^before a following ^. -Coiup. f^^^ Mu, 7 ; - ^ ^ t F ^ ^ WrTT BT^f^ a. Kot blunted; ^ | ^ M ' -
^ - ^ a. Yed. not frustrating de- E, 12.81 at an improper time ; ^%rFr J " ^ : E . 1.19 penetrating all
sires. f ^ a. not smitten with desire BHcett^Jr ff ^TF^q^T'TSRTr^ ^ T ^ ^ : sciences; ft'^F^n^r^r^^lff^ 11.74
or affection, free from desire, calm. 12.33 takes no account of proper or taking effect on, prevailing against,
B T ^ r ^ : adv. [31^OT-q^q[^%^] improper time; B T ^ ^ ^ f ^ T ^ fq"^^- even monntains.
Unwillingly, reluctantly, uninten- f r F ^ ' ^ J T F ^ ; Hr^F^' f ^ ^ ^FTF^^
^ f T c f : ^dv. [ ^ ^rT: ^ . rf. ] IS^t
tionally, unconsciously; frf^ fTrfqrF^^ 5TFt ^TF^ ^ ^ftqi^ j ^TF^F^f^^ ^ 5 :
from any where ( in comp. only ).
trnT^<TF^^rFHrr:Ms. 9. 242; BT^JTW: H. 1.17 does not die a prematura
-Comp. =^r5"; K of AS'iva ( not
^ r t m ^ t f F ^ ^ r ^ w^f^ n. 4.Q, 45. death ; ^TT^ jnTT^^q"^^ qff HI^^FH- moveable from any cause ). H ^ a>
BToRT^^F xibsence of desire; ff ' ^ - ?FTq[^^ q^cT, Ms. 3.105 in season [ ^(^fTftl^^T^ q ^ ] Secure, not
?r^^^rR:^T Ms. 2. 2. or out of season.-Comp.,fr^,-gTscf
threatened from any quarter, free
^ T ^ T ^ a. [qir^q* qniT W r ] 1 With- a flower blossoming out of season;
from danger or fear, safe ; Tf J^f-
out body, incorporeal,"2 An epithet 'jv|TJTF?fF^ -m ^ ^ ^ F ^ Ff n . 3.23,
T F ^ '2F; W^ ^mi U. 2; ^^FF^
of Eahu, who is represented as hav- a bad omen boding some evil. ^>rM^^|^^rf^ ^ q^F'^'MRH'^il^F^
ing no body, but only a head. - 3 ^ ^ i ^ ; a pumpkin produced out V. I. for BTqr!CFf5?5rF!% 5.35. BTfrrrr%^^
Epithet of the Supreme Spirit of season ; ( ^ g . ) useless birth. also in the same sense.
(without body, parts &c. ) B t f j - ^ q ^ , - ! ^ a. produced out
of season, premature ; unseason- ST^W^S" .Yed. Eruitless, worth'
a j ^ ^ a. [ q^tfrfffrf q^K- fr-^:^BT- able.5r?5T' an untimely cloud; iS\ less ( etym. doubtful ).
qr qr q". q". ] '^^^ ^^^^^S o^ acting, of the great-grandfather of the i)oet
^ T ^ ^ [ ^ W-^ ^. cf. ] 1 ^^ot a
void of action ( f^RTOtq" ) . - " ^ ^ The Eaja^ekhara."^fr^F^ *r - ^ # 1 ^ ^ : base metal, gold or silver; BT^%
letterBT;BT^i:r^T^^TOF^l'g- 1^- ^^' an unseasonable rise or gathering of ^ ^ Ki. 1.35 gold or silver.-2 Any
^^^JTVf ^' [^* ^- ], Causeless, clouds; ^rr^^TFrF^^\^M F^F'T'^hI^ ^ ^iX' base metal.
groundless, spontaneous; ''f^^rn% f^T: ^' 4. 61. 2. mist orfog.fc^f ^ I T ^ ^- C ^ ^ ^ * f ^ ^T^ ] d>ow,
^Tcft ^ i f ^ K. 37 disinterested unseasonable or improper time. ; ^ mean, of a low family.^5" .'-rt
friends; f|tFF TF 5Tc^F^ ' ' ^ r U. a. 1. not enduring delay or loss of BTfB" 1%^ frg-H>-: ^P> '^^: ^Kfrff
6. 'q' Absence of a cause, iiflfctive, time, im2)atient, not biding one's iS". of /Siva. rJ^r ^^- of Earvati.
or ground; BT^F^^qm TR^'M^'M K . time. 2. not able to hold out ( for a
^ ^ F ^ ^- [ ^- rf- ] ^ Eow-born,
167 causelessly, without canse or long time ), unable to stand a pro- of no high descent. - 2 ^ o t belong-
ground ; f^^qTF^q"^ ^ ^ r^^H>^ tracted siege ( as a ^ t ) H. 3.137,
ing to the earth, not earthly; f^53c-
^ t ^ fF^^ K^^- 4. 7 ; qKc^=?KT 3Ti%:^^^- [ ^ ^ r%^^ ^^^] %pFrfF%f BT^^If^i 1^- 11 ( a pun on
T F c F n ^ ^ % ^ ^ Ms. 3.157;BT^?:'qT-
Without any thing, quite poor, ut- the word ; ^ ^ T^^ ^ ^ ^Trff).
^-^of.% causelessly, in vain; ^ % f
terly destitute, indigent, penniless; a^^^[<^ a. [ ^. rf. ] 1. Inauspi-
nx ^ F ^ ^ F ^ F ^ Ms. 9.177; f^HcfiK^
BTRT^^^: '^rqc^^q': ^ ^m^X Kn. 5.77; cious, evil ; unlucky, unfortunate.
^^%, BT^'HT'^ ^F^^iFl^lF'HF^^n^^
Eatn. 2 in vain.
^ i : f | : ^ r ? ^ i%NTT%=q-^rn' ^'h 4.64 - 2 l!*^ot clever or skilful.t^? Evil ;
disinterested.?t That which is ^ f ^ ^ t F 4 ^^Ft'ST^r^Fl^ ^ : H.
^ ^ i j ^ ^ f % ^ <^- ^ o t adapted
worth nothing. 2.141 guards from evils.
for ear-rings^ ( E . Y E 2. 1 5 5 ) .
B^fl%"-j;ffTr Eenunciation of every 3 T ^ ; . [^- ^] ^ii<3 "^^'bo does
^ T ^ T T ^ ^ <^. [ qr. q". ] Got with- thing, voluntary poverty (^-qf-
not cheat, an honest man.
out meanness; BTqrrf'^^*?^ Eh. 3.51.
^Tf q ^ t q - ) ; m^^ TFt^r^^ ^^^^ ^qf^tJT?! ^- 1 Eesulting in good,
^T^T^" ^' [^- ^' ] I^ipi^oper, not XH^HXmf^' I ^rft^F^^JFrFF^^^^lf^-
having a good issue. - 2 Unlimited,
fit to be done.^ An improper, ^q-q-^F ^ ^ : II ' ^ t Eoverty; B T f % ^ ^
unbounded. ?:: [ ^ f7 V^\ V^q\^;
unworthy or bad act, a criminal H ^ i r 53RF% E. 5.16.
q--BTq; ^ <= ^ ^ :; ^ ^^^ qif ^^^'
or sinful action ; HF ^FH l"W^FfciVr^ B^fqvq"|%qrqr m.[rxj:^w%m] Eoverty, Wf ^^^ ^? 3^r- ^ ^ : ] 1 The sea, the
j T ^ r ^ IMk. 3 (BTr?q-q-[cTif^[q').-Coiui). utter destitution.
receptacle of Avaters (H^i'^^qfrqiT
^FRqC ^- 1-^1^ evil-doer, one who
^Tf^F%"^ ^' ^^^ knowing any- ^^z^ B{^(f|- H ^ ^flRIT- IS^ir. )
commits a misdeed ; H^IMMI^H^qr
- 2 The sun (BTnt?#?TftnT ^xz^
^^rr^^F^F^^RTTC^.- Ms. 11.240, 2. one thing, quite ignorant; ^FTF^Sf^M^j^-
f ftT fq" WW: W^m Eh. 2. 8. ^^OT^ ^I^^ ^?^Tn::-) - 3 A tortoise in
that neglects one's duty; tF^^ir^i^-
general {^ <^M*i^?J|'t). - 4 King of
siTF^r: ( ^ ? ^ ^ ^ ) 5.107. ^f%"f^r^"?; a. jS'ot productive
tortoises sustaining the world. -^
of anything, useless, immaterial ; A stone or rock.
1 ETntimely, premature, inoppor- ^^?^^ T^^Ffir'^ ^ ^ K. 242 power-
tune, unseasonable, out of season ; less to do anything; ^KrHf^fT-
f T ^ F ^ l ' ? ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ^ ^ ^ " ^ ' 15'44;gc5 f % F % ^ '^ Ve. 3.
deceitful.-2 Eald; beardless, =^1 q^7:frf ] growing or ripening in un- action of any kind, epithet of God*
Euddha; a deified saint. ploughed land, growing exuberant - 5 Worthless, good for nothing.
^ ^ ^ U [^- ^- ] 1^'i'ee from dif- or wild;=5?^r W^ "^k^mii Ki- E ' ^ [ ^' ^ ' ] Inactivity ; neglect of
ficulty. =5^ Absence of difficulty, 17; so "^^ B'^V^Zf:, ' ^ ^^^^ \ ^ d u t y ; 3 r q F f ^ f ^ ^ 2 r 5 r ^THf ^rfc^fT^
&c. ^ i j ^ ' ^ q ^ ; i ^ ' ^ ^ T ^ ^ -5 ^ : I ^Ttn^^Tf^^Fm^ ?FFfF%# ^ ^-
ease, facility.
g:<r^ E. 14. 77. Nx^FIl
^q-^cT f^- [ f ^ - ^ # i ^ = ^ : , ^ . rf.] 1
^ " ^ m f a. [ ^. rf. ] ]^ot black, ^ ^ ? : a. [ ^. rf. ] iSTot cruel. ^:
Kot done ; undone ; unperformed;
white, pure. sof; [ ^"^^ |r^|- T^ IST. of a Yadava, a friend and uncle
zf^q-] The spotless moon; '^^Tfr I" ^Xm of Krishna. [ I* was he who induced
Ms. 8. 168; ^ -r^it^M^ri ^fc^ 117-
Rama and K^ishwa to go to Mathnrci.
- 2 Wrongly or differently done; ^Sf^^: ff^ ^ f ^ : . - C o m p . ^ ^ a.
and kill Kamsa. JJe told the two bro-
^FrFFfTrfF^^TTF^ WfFF ^iX^^ FF^" virtuous, freo from black deeda, thers how their father ^naka-Dundubhi,
^ 5 ^ fRf ^ f l r ^ ; . - 3 Incomi3lete, not innocent. the princess Devak* and even his own
reiidy (as food); B ? ^ ^ t > ^ l * ^ ^ K ^S^^ ^' [ ^ ^ %jf^lr q^qr ] Un- father Ugrasena had been insulted by
(irfN"^) Ms. 10.114 not cultivated conscious (BTW^); % H ffar^vF%rft ^y- the iniquitous demon Kamsa, and told
(^T3Tr^$ Kull.); ^TrfF^ ^^FfTrfFlR 1. 6. 3. ( BffT^r^ ); shapeless (1) them why he had been despatched to
(PfjtfrF^^) 10.94 (f^^u^^pTf^f^ Kull.) them. Krish/ia consented to go and
- 4 Uncrofited. - 5 One who has m %W ^ ^ ] Hairless, bald ; having promised to slay the demon within 3
done no works. - 6 J^ot developed very few or very bad hair. nights, which he succeeded in doing.]
or perfected, unrii^e, immature. rff 5 ! | ^ T ^ a. [^rf^ -^{^ ^^ ] Free
One not legally regarded as a daughter from anger."^: [^. rf.] Absence or
The betelnut palm, Areca ( without
and placed on a level with sons, suppression of anger; BT^ffpf^rTT^'
a ^RtH" or bend, as it grows with a
( 3f%^T^^ ^T^Ti^qTn); BTfKTT ^ ^ ^ straight stem).
( F ^ ^ J 5 ^ ) I>h. 2. 82; regarded as one
fq- ^ N^^Hf^nr^^ Ms.9.136; accord- of the ten dutie>s of an ascetic.
^ T ^ [ ^ ^ - ^ , ^ T ^ f ? ^ , ^% r%-
ing to some, a daughter who is not by BT^ffh^ a. Tree from anger.fT*
q; Tflt: rf^q- ^TRT^, I T - ^ ^ Tv. ] A
a formal declaration but only men- IST. of a prince, son of Ayutayu.
mother.
tally appointed to supply an heir ^fe"c?rf the Indigo plant.
for her father (Bfi^^'^fWfrrfr ^TP^qr- BTrfT See under Bfo^. ^ f ^ W ^- ^ot wet or moist; "^cJ?-
mt"^ f rfr; fTrfr^q-^Ftf ^^qf rPTTTT ^qr^j m. / . Yed. [^ xf^ ^ ] 1 ^ a sort of disease of the eyes.
^ i g h t ; darkness, gloom. - 2 Eight, ^(^f^:^ a. [ ^. rT. ] 1 Unweari-
Xl^fT^ ^ l ^ r f Kull.). rf An un- ray. - 3 Ointment. ed, untroubled, not annoyed, un-
performed act; non-performance of an ^S{^^ [3T^-^ ^ ^ ] An armour(sr^^) disturbed, indefatigable. - 2 IS'ot
act; an unheard-of deed; BT^^t ^ ?F~ ^ ^ a. Yed. [ BJ^^ ^m-X^ ] 1 In- marred, unimpaired,; ffgqHrFF# ^TT"
^IHM: ^Cff^Ait. Er. -Cdlip.B?^ active, steady, firm ( f p ^ ) . - 2 Eoot- TfWS^FI^ 'S'. 5.19 of unimp)aired or
ft. unsuccessful. BT^ a. unpractis- less, profitless. ^: A fortification or unblemished beauty; BT^^^^TF ^R^Tf^^
ed in arms. BTF^5 a. E ignorant, rampart ( ^rqfnT ); banner (*?). rFF r5T^'^y^F^ K. 12 unmarred state,
foolish, having an unformed mind.
^ ^ ^ 3 rt. [^n'^rf ^g-^t^^r]! Without perfection. - 3 IS'ot laboured or ela-
2. not identified with Erahma or
sacrifices ; devoid of energy, power- borate. -Coiup. ^5T,-^rFF^ a-
the Supreme Spirit. ^ F f a. un-
la^s ; unwise. - 2 Devoid of will or unwearied in actions. ^ ^ a. not
married. qrpspr^ a. not sinful or
volition (^^^nt-ff) epithet of God. confused, distinct; off ^^TTF^^Ji^
guilty, innocent. ^=nt adv. as IKIS K. 293 given in plain, distinct
not been done before ; t ^ T F % f^. terms (of unfaded colour). 5Frf a.
III. 4. 36. i^ a. nngniteful. vfi", zf^q- ] 1-Devoid of order, confused, not swerving from religious vows,
- j f e <^' ignorant; f^c^rT Eg. 18. - 2 Without tho power of going or unwearied in observing them.
16 through unrefined understanding. moving (qT^^% WWW^^-^). ^ :
^ ^ 1. 5. P. [Bf5[rfrf, B T ^ " ^ , ^ ^ -
1 Want of order, confusion, irre-
BTt>f^<^' [^. rf. ] IS'ot skilful or ^ , ^ t ^ ^ - ^ t W , ^ ^ ^ , 3^W-B?|
gularity (^iifPTR-) - 2 Absence of
clever, clumsy, awkward ; unfit for Bff%?^--Bfg;^, Bfs"] 1 To reach. - 2
motion or movement. - 3 Ereach of
doing anything. To pass through, pervade, pene-
pi-opriety or decorum; cR-ff^fTSft ^^^-
B^"*:[ a. Unfit to be done. c^ ^ # ^ F I H ^ ^ F ^ I ^ ^ ^CrTrft?Ft YTkr. trate ( mostly Yed. in these sen-
A crime, an improper act. 10. 3; ^ r ^ r f i ^ ^ ^ J f r ^ ^F^^rFT ses). - 3 To accumulate, increase.
^ T ^ T T ^^' [ *! ^- ] Uncut, undi- Mv. 2. 50 indecently, immodestly; ^Caiis, To cause to i)ervade.
minished or unimpaired ; ""^r^ of ^^Ig'^-i't^^^^FJWfr^^t Mv. 6. in BJ^: [ ^ ^ - ^ 0 1 An axis, axle,
unimpaired splendour. disorder. pivot ; ^ Ms. 8.291 ,- 5 ^ : BT^:
^ ^ ^ T ^' [ ^- ^- ] ^ o t slender P. Y. 4.74 ; ^i. 12.2,18.7; ^f^-
Bf^RT^ ^' [ ^- ^- ] Unsurpassed;
or weak, full, entire,strong. --Coilip. unconquered. rff [ ^ W^^ ^ 2 " ^ - ^\f^4^: Dk. 1 axle-pole. - 2
BTSf: K of a king of Ayodhya. f r f r ^ ^^--=^, ^. rf. ] The egg The pole of a cart.-3 A cart, car ;
t^^?ff <^' enjoying full prosperity; plant (^Tfrft"), Solanum Melongena. also a wheel. -A The beam of a
balance.~5 Terrestrial latitude.-6
--^jft' great splendour or prosperity
^Rl^fT^ a. [?fff^ f^rqr ^^^ ^. ^. ] A die for playing with ; cube. - 7
Ki. 5. 52.
1 Inactive, dull, torpid. - 2 With- The seed of which rosaries are made.
^ T ^ ^ Cf. [ T. ?f. ] ]^ot tilled; not out essential works. - 3 Abstaining - 8 A weight equal to 16 mashas and
drawn.-Comp. ' T ^ a. [ ^f^ %^% from religious rites, 4 Without called ^ . - 8 Is\ of the plant Ter-
w ^f^
minalia Belerica (f^>ffrf^) the ^ ^ j ^ seeds, corals, crystals, rubies,
seed of which is used as a die ; also rfflt ^\ flf'T ^ ^ ] 1. a^udgo (one gems &c. 2. ^N". of Bf^rft; BTO"FFr5r
the nut of this plant; ?PTF I" ^ ^FF^- who tries law-suits ). 2. a superin- ^ ^ % ^ J^f^TTTF^T^fF^Fl^^r ^rfTFTTF^^^f-
? ^ t ^ ^F^ # ^T^ 5Fr^5^^ tendent of gambling. tf^g; oft^rFF Ms. 9. 23 ( w^^^ ^fs^^-
Chan. Up; so >TF^lPT':^rTr^TF'^-- -10 m: [ BT%^qf^, f^.-f^ ] a gam-
A shrub producing the rosary bler, gamester; BO Bf^:, |*^-#PT
seed, Eleocarpus Ganitrus ; the 3;:? P. Y I . 4.19. qff: [_^^^ ^^] \ ^'tf^ ^rflf ^"^^-^^ ^s^^^rS^^Trf^r ^ t ^ ^ -
seed of this jdant, as also a gambler, dicer. -^ dice play, ^iPTrF^^n^=f^T^W?5^?^ Tv).?T^:
of another plant ( ^^^). -11 gambling; "dlR^l*^!: a class of words [ ^^f^FT n ^ ] one addicted to gam-
A serpent; hence a curve.-12 mentioned in P. lY. 4. 19. ^ % ^ bling.^JT: [^.rf. ] an unfair
Garuda.-13 !N". of a son of Eavana. [ Bf^g^qrf-^^ ] dispute at play. J- gambler. ^H": [ Bf^'^f T F ^ ^ i ^ ^ F
- 1 4 The soul. - 1 5 Knowledge "T^ a. \_ Bf%: jr^: ] unlucky at dice ^IT: ^Rf^TT^ ] 1. a gambling house ;
(usually, sacred),-16 Law ; a law- (opposod to Bfs^ff^ fond of dice, the gjimbling table. 2. [ Bf5(r^ p ^
suit ; legal procedure.-17 A per- or lucky in gambling). >^f: [^^^ xf^ ^ j f ^^P-TT^^^ f ^ ^12": ] a place of
son born blind.-18 The lower part p_Tr^q# r f ^ r T ^ I ^ ^ ^ ^f ^ r r f l l t ; >f- contest, arena, wrestling ground
of the temples ( ^'rf^%i^^% ^?^?[>?r- Bf^- Kf. rf. ] 1. K of Yishnu'. (rF^ li" ?:^r^^f^w^p?Fq"ff ^T^fi FF?^-
> T R : ) . - ^ * ( ^ 3 r f sqr^l'rf I ' ^ ^ ^ T ^ ^ ^ 2. IS", of the plant ( wi\^ ) Trophis ?r^f?^ T v . ) f r f a. [a?%-|Tf :5?n'Trf-
if^pT^ cfi) 1 An organ of sense; FfCf- Aspera. 3. a wheel. 4. any one who ff. rf. ] engaged in, addicted to, gam-
>Tf%^r^wn% pFF^gT^^rf%^n^=^fir Pt. beai^ a wheel, or who holds dice. bling ; what has occurred in gambl-
2.154; an object of sense ; m. also vj: (^y-^ ) the yoke attached to ing. -Tf rrr^t^^^l" fTf%# the zo-
P F ^ = 5 ^ F | ^ V % ^ F ^ Bhag. - 2 The the fore-part of the pole of a ear. diacal circle.iF^q-; Bcleric Myro-
eye, only at the end of Comp.; of- ^ : [ ^ ^ rfK^yrS^ ] 'dice-rogue,' balan. f^^ perfect skill in, or
^W^, ^^W^J &c.-3 Sochalsalt, a gamester, a gambler. uf^r^": \_^<i^- conversancy with, gambling ( lit.
soa-8alt.-4 Blue vitriol (from ^^^ %^^^ yri% Hit r5Tf^, r!T-^ 5 or the heart or innermost nature of
it crystallized shape ). [ cf. L. Bf^-y-r \K{^^r^^'''] a bull or ox yoked dice or gambling); ^^F^dl^^^'Mi
axis', Gr. aJcshon or axon, old Germ. to the pole of a cart. qTt^ \_^. rf.] K. 131.
ahsa] Germ, achse']. ~oillp. ^T^ 1. a court of law. 2. depository of BT^T^- [ Bf?u f^ ^^[^(% k'^. ]
the axle or its end; the anterior legal documents. 3,=Bf|%q^^ q. v. ]^. of a tree f^^.
end of the pole of a air. BH[^c|fr^i -rT- [ Bf^fprj- sqr^fTn^r q^Try^i^^
-r5^: a linch-pin, a pin which BT=^ ] a judge. qft ind, [ Bf^q- f^- Tfgtr ] Gaming, playing Avith dice, a
fastens the yoke to the pole. Bjf^- q ^ f^ P . I I . 1. 10 5Jrf5q^[^ cnn-3f^ game at dice.
^^ [3T^r^ ^ W ^ ^TT^l'^ l%T?qf^ ; ^'^^ W^m-' [%. ^ . ] so as to be a BT^mrf ^^. [ ^"V ^ ^M^ri T ^ ^ ;
3Tf-afq'-B^]*t ^ J ? ] a dice-board (Bf^ loser (by an unlucky throw of dice ) ^^^-flF^] ^ kind or part of
(Ml^lii'fiUP-Hi ^-TF ^ ^ 3 ^ 0 ^ 5f% >j^|% wood relating to a A\dieel (^'^^%'?F-
^qor). BTF^rr; [ ^^n^ ^n^frr 1%^!^ ; ffft^ftTT^rf: Tv.)-qrF2-i='^f3-:, q. v. ^ ^ ^ ^ : ) ; tied to the cart or its pole(1).
BTp^-Bforr ] a gambler, keeper of the - ^ F ^ ^ : [ ^ ^ ^q^fr^ ^i^-qfFf ; q^ ^S{^(Ul a. [^l^rT '^% % 7 q ^ f s f ^ ]
dice or gambling t^xble; also Bff^- ^ - ' ^ r T ] one who is well-versed in Inopportune, unseasonable.
^ q : ( Bf^f^i^f ?TrfF Bf^-^f ^fff ^ ^ ^ law, a judge. TTcf: [ ^. rf. ] cast
^ ^^^V )' ^ * hypotenuse, par- of dice. ^TF^* i^. of the sage Gau- ^ T ^ f ^ ^ ^^' [^. ^ J Steady, firm,
ticularly of the triangle formed with tama, founder of the I^^yaya system not frail or transitory; steadfast (as
the gnomon of a dial and its shadow; of philosophy, or a follower of that gaze or look).
(astr.) argument of the latitude. system ( ^4 %^* ^ ^ ^ P T ^ q f Sffrf: B T ^ n r ^ q ^ a . [Bf^ BT^^rf, B p ^
^^F^? - ^ ^ ^^'' [^- ^ J skilful in jf^rq;, ^^^ ^: P . A^III. 2. 16, B T ^ ^ -
gambling. Q ^ [^T^^ ^ f ^ ] the ^ j ^ # F ^ ^ ^ ^rf^^ frt ^\^^ ^ t | ^ ^^TFH;^^-] Having eyes; BT^w^-
pupil of the eye.5^tf^y- (t- q^wm^^m^' m^ %^ w^ii:^^ rf^ : ^ ^ ^ : Kv. 10. 71. 7.
skilled in dice; so "^Z, | ^ &c. T S ^ ^ fl^ ^ f ^ : T v . ) - f r ^ T [ ^. ^. ] gqr^r^f a. [5T. rf.] 1 {a.) Uninjured,
^ [ ^ G ^ r ^ ^ ^ ] i^n astro- 1. injury to the organs. 2. [ BJ^ unhurt; r^JR^; ^fP^FF^fff Ki^i Ku.
nomical tigure(BT53-^fp:r?ff% %-^rf qf ^f^^- 4. 9J f t ^ r WX^X: l^k. 3; T^r^rfT-
m ^ ^ H ^ R P f ^ r ^ % ^ m ^ ) . Tr^f- Bff ] ^^. of the plant ^T^n%^.^frrf: ^ ^ Ye. 6. 43, 4. 4, Mu. 6.8, K.
[rT. rf. ] gambling, playing at dice. ( ' ' B f ^ : ) a degree of latitude. 2. 56. (6.) Unbroken, whole; not
' q ^ the circle of sensual passions; >TFT \_^. cf. ] a ciirt-load. crushed, undivided; ^^ ^ff^^m-
fgfi^P^rf ""W* K. 37 (also axis and ^ : [ '^. fF. ] niad passion for ^ # 3 I't. 1, '^=^?FF?r^ ^ec^
wheels ). -if [ ^WT^ ^ ^ j 3T?r-^] 1 gambling.JfT^ [BT% TTT^ ? 7 ^ ] 1. OT^^^ ^i^valayana. rf: 1. ASTva.
direct knowledge or cognition. 2. any thing as kirge as dice; dice. - 2 Thrashed and winnowed rice
a thunderbolt ( ^ ^ Bfj^^qf^^cf- 2. a moment of time (Pff^q:), dried in the sun; ( pl. ) whole
3ffr|rcj|Tj^if ff^lHrcj^. 3. a diamond. 4. twinkling of an eye.^?yf^^5gj^ grain, entire unhusked and pound-
Bf5(ir^ q. V. ( in. in some of these [ ^TW^ ^IHf-g^ ] a rosary, string of ed rice washed with water, and
senses). 5T: ^N". of Yishpn. beads (BT4Kll^G!:i4iKid: ^^' rf^fTrfr rf^- .used as an article of worship
ffT^j-fqF'Mrthe science of gjunbling; F^^ffN^^r^'TfrJT); fT^^T^Fj^nrr^ r F ^ in all religious and sacred cere-
"f^ skilled in the principles of gam- gfvC: Ku. 5. 11, 6. 6; 'fFrrrrfT^nf^- monies ; BT^rlT: ^ ^I^^^rFT: ^
bling, - ^ ^ ; , - W ^ [ ^^X^ ^ m ? - , f * r r w f ^ K' 1^1' It is made of
sr^ mmt
performed on that day ("|?[r^ ^Tlft" tude, emancijmtion from further
2. 21, BTF^F^r^fdr^'F^^ '^^ 2^- ti^nsmigmtion. - 9 Continuance, per-
- 3 Barley (TT^FO; ^^FTTT^ ^ ^ : ^fFFTF:; fn^sR^ffHt?^ II r F ^ ^^rrft#r ^^m manence. - 1 0 Eight, justice (Yed.
said to IT also ?^. (^^rfTR").ft 1 ^ g ^ f r f ) . f ^ : the heaven. in these two senses). - 1 1 N^. of a
Corn, gmin of any kind. - 2 Absence ^T^^^r^l^tTF ^ ' of a festival ob- plant, Achyranthes Aspera. - 1 2 A
of loss or ruin; good, well-being; served by women on the 7 th day of measure of time, equal to one-fifth
3T^ff 'qfrftST'^^ ff^ ^F^t^:. - 3 the dark half of Bhadra ( 1 ) . of a Kashtha.-CoiUll. BTrf 1. a
Eunuch (also m. ).rfF A virgin, a BTOT^ofr Parvati. pirt of a syllable. 2. al^diabet. BrCfJ
maiden not deflowered, blemished [ ST. rf. ] meaning (of words) ; ^ rfF^-
or enjoyed; BT^frrr ^F ^rTr ^TTf^. " ^ ^ That Avhich ciinnot decay, imperish- ^ n F ^ ^ ^ ^ J I r U ^ . ^ ^ : ^ ^ ' . ^=^(^)ir:
of a plant ^r^T^rft.-Coiup. %F^: a able; rTTi'sn^nTT^^ f f ^ ' I K * ' ^ ^ Ft
virgin, not yet blemished by sexual ^: S. 2.13; BT^E^^sr^ HT'^^Tf^ ^ ^ [ F ^ - B f ^ - ' ^ ^ or ^ { t ) m 1- "^^ 2.26.]
intercourse; ^f ^T^nT^^t^i ^X^ c j f ^ ^ Dk. 109 inexhaustible.. a scribe, writer, copyist; so ^^fjq^:,
Ms. 9. 176; T^^^T^ffTW^^ 10. 5. - C o i u p . ^ J ^ a libation of water -^W, ^^\^ ^i'^ft; 5f(^ {^ or Dj^; also
mixed with honey and sesamum, of- o ^\f^'. '^5?F% [Bf^t "^3^ c ^ ^ ^ ;
^ . ^ ^ ] getting out a different
5Trf^ ^ j ^. ^ . ] Devoid of the Ivsha- fered in /SVaddha ceremonies after
thefqrs^^ ( B w ^ r ^ ^ r ^ ? r ^ ^ % ^ ^ - meiining by the omission of a letter
triya caste ; ^\W^ W^^^'^X^ ^TX^
^ I ^ ^ ^ l^^q-rFr^^r^ ^W^'^ 4 . < N H ) .
(^. g. gr^^ f^^T^^^T^ ^^=F^^''Ft^t I ^
5T^^>}tMs. 9. 322.
; T ^ the 9th day of the bright q r ^ ^ ^ ^ : ^ ? : ^^r?^ where
^(^R^ ''^ [ ^T^-^rf^^Jpf^ ] The another meaning may be got by
half of A-9vina.
eye (Yed.); H^tT?[^JTr^Tft^Sl?F^:P^v. omitting ^ in ^^i i. e. by taking
1.89.8 J ^ ^ 4 ^TT Br. Ar. Up. I n ^r^ . [^ '^^rf|-nf; ^^'^'^ ^cTf: )^ .=^;qr 71. - ^ T T ! a metre re-
classical literature used only in the Bf^-^. cT. ] 1 Imperishable, indes- gulated by the number of syllables
declension of Bff%. tructible, undecaying, epithet of it contains; ^ ^ f|fT4 ^Xr^ f% -^fff^-
the Supreme as well as the Indivi- R ^ ft^FlfTfJF^i^d^F^ ^m'^Hl-^lTrnr
^ W T ^^' [! ^-11 Uiiht, incompe-
dual soul; ^mxt ^'srf^r f^5^rrpFr^Tr^- ;^$5"|| 2. of unshaken resolve,resolute
tent, unable; ^ / q T ^ n q p f , ^?TT^
rfifrciT^^F^^'fF^Frzfrt Ku. 3. 50;^i%jfr ( ^^t \^^ ?5^>S.(%^r% q?^q); an epi-
&c. - 2 Unable to bear or endure,
not forbearing, non-forbearing ; im- 5 ^ % ^ ^ r ^ F ^ q^=^ll^^: ^ F ^ , thet of q r ^ r ^ ^ . ^irnfl-^-gj^^ [ B^sg--
^g5FFF% ^HWF^ ^ ^ ^ T ' s ^ 11 Bg.15.16^
patient ; ^X ^ r n ^ r r ^ ^ >S'. 3 un- ^Tf^r ^ ^ ^ ; rn^fq^w^ff ni'rr^^^r ^fr>=F^-
^^ff^^r^^Mf^^^F^FT "^w^: I B?ffr-
able to brook delay, admitting of r^l'ft] a reed or pen. (f%) ? i n ^ :
X^ ^X^ t t ' ^ ^mrtf: ,J^rTfTRr:;the un-
no delay; fffiT^ ^^H<*iff^^lH: E. [ ^. rf. Hr% ^ ] writing, arninge-
concerned ( Spirit ) ; BT^t tr'Ct W^.
15 16.HF [ ^. rf ] 1 Impatience, mentipf letters; ^^MTfrfr % : Y.
- 2 Pixed, firm, unalterable. ?;: 1
intolerance; envy, jealousy; ^qrtc^f 2. 2. the alphabet. 3. scripture. 4.
6'iva.-2 A^ishnu.-3 A sword.in*
f i T ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^'^r: >S'. 1. 8 as if Rqr^rwr^tq^^rf^^n^F ^ ^ ^ [ ^ P C ^ -
Sound, word, speech ( Yed. ).t
envying ( jealous of ) the deer's ^:q-i^?FW^|lFtF^-^iR'"^^- P h a v -
[ST^-5ETr: Un. 3. 70, Bf^: ^r: ; 3T^?f
speed. - 2 Anger, passion. ing 5 syllables ( q*|^=Gr. pentas hve)
^ - ^ ( t %?rn?W^ri^.] 1 ( ) A letter
5 ^ q-^^TT^fFtiq % ^ ^ ^ r q i % : Ait.
Sr^q* a. [Jfitfrf ^ % ^ ^ ] 1 Unde- of the alphal)et ; BT^^r^TF^F^rFffr'^
caying, exempt from decay, impe- Bg. 10.33; HSTT^'CFf^, ^ 3 ^ % =5?T^T Br.(rrr^^Frfp^^nPF fl^^rrr^ ^F^?FF^I%).
rishable, undying, nnfailing, in- &c. (6) a syllable; q f ^ ^ ^t ^W Ms. 2. IST. of a metre of four lines
exhaustible; ^effrr^Fffq- n^^^^T^mf- 2.83 the monosylkble ; q^T'F^ Bg. ( (VT^ itrpST) each having five sylla-
f ^ : Si. 1. 28; ;{a- mu^: W^l^ ^- 10.25, Ms. 2.78,84, 125 (sacred bles (one dactyl and one spondee ).
T^^l^fii-^rXX Ms. 3.79; ^JCF/H^Tr|H'^T" syllable). Hence ( c ) a word or -^yfr^a. having a share in the sylla-
^f 4.23; TF^EFnETPT^^F^Tn'^^r TrXH^ words, speech collectively ; !Tfr^VT bles (oi* a prayer 1). ^mcRT tablet E.
18.46 -5?CF: [^Wni^ ?f^=^T^Tn^ W^ff^^
Yayu; p m F v n T r ^ I ^ R ^ * F ^ K. 3. f ^ w ^ ^ r ^ >S'. 3.25;B^fr ^rfnpTp^T^?:r-
J ^ q ^ j a scholar, student.-5[3f[r.fT.]
1 3 . - 2 Poor, without house or lia- pT U. 4;^g^fnf^ JfT^EfH^r-^^TOPF M.
the beginning of the alphabet; the let-
hitation, such as a hermit or ?f^i%rr 3 words; fFTfTTO^frftrFT^f^ Pf^F^if^
ter Bf. ^jfg^H" 'finger-speech', speak-
(^%^H :r^f'^^l^^?F^'^''^^r ^ittf^r.) Y. 3;BT^T^pnTW ^"^fc^r^'c f^^: \
ing by means of finger-signs.qrf%Tf
;Bf: 1 The Supreme Spirit qr^TT^^. BT^t ^ m x^^x^xWx ^^ i ^ II -^
a. nnlettered, illiterate, not
- 2 N. of the 20th year in the A document (letter &c.), sacred writ-
knowing how to read or write.
cycle of Jupiter. ^f [ ^'^^^^ ing; writing in general ( i n pl. ); rf^
5in%"/- L^' ^ ] - distinct articula-
T^^fff^-BT^ ] N. of a day which is a f ' ^ : ^TF^F ^^FT^ ^^ff^ HV^XXjf^ "^ Pt.
tion of syUables.-f^^r [ ^. rf. ]
said to confer undying religious me- 3.94 ; tT^PT^'^JFr BT^r^% f^T^S-FI^ ^^:
the science of (mystic ) syllables;
rit; BT^^ ^ ^ r f t o f if^iT^r ^w^ I ^^5- Y. 2.-3 The highest deity or tJ odheiid,
theory of ^ ^ ( ^^rX^ ) ; ^^ VF
^^^^^T^F^nrff^^^F^amii-Coiup. the indestructible spirit, Bralmia (q- f^psT I^k- 11. ^ " ^ F ^ [ sf^n'Ff ^-
TT^T:, -3^'^?T' ^'iva (possessing im- rH^^,TO^rrr^); ^^t ^ ^ m^ %. 8.3; ^ ^ q^ ] armngement of letters,
penghable qualities ). ^rft^f the aFTH W t ^ ^ X^f^ 9FllWOTg?'t 3. 15 ; writing, alphabet.
festival fidling on the third day of WiJXX 5 ^ : ^J^^FF^^^^h- tf^F^m"^-
the bright half of Yai^akha ( t h e *F^^F? F%^ Chan. Up. - 4 Eeligious BT^^^ [^*% ^ ^ ] A vowel, a
first day of ^ri^A|4| ) which is said austerity, penance. - 5 Sacrifice. - 6 letter.
to secure permanence to all actions Water. - 7 Th sky. - 8 Pinal beati- BT^n^: adv. [ Bf^r^^rPffrF ^^ffl^-
m^ 8 ^T^u^
m^\K^ Wi ] 1. Syllable by syllable. ^rfKS?^ ] the eye and the eyebroAvs tacle (of any thing).-Comp.f^f a.
- 2 To the very letter; literally. taken collectively. -f^i^piPff, -fi^Rf- [ ^ ^frfrq rfrqt^q ^^RTTt; f^^-f^q;.]
B T ^ a. I Tfqrn^TTtq- ] Eelating to ?f [ Bf^: f^fi%f t^^m^^rr w^^ ^mxi- destitute of spiritual knowledge;
letters or syllables. ^^\^{^^ ^'^=#1' q^ ] a side-look, leer,not knowing the true nature of tho
S T ^ r ^ [ BT=am TfTf^^r^rt^: ; Bf^- a look with the eyelids partially %T or body (^rf^F^rqfW-- ^ [ ^ ^ = 1 ^-
WX^, ^RT'^ ^ ^ ] The rainy season. closed. fff^r^l' ^[^ :); so BT%w.
^ ^ T T ^ ^^^ under ^^. BT^f^;^;^ a. [ t ^ ^^^Rqi^f^^ ^FTt^t
^ ^ r r r % t / [^. ^-1 intolerance, K. of a tree ( t ^ ^ ^ , ) BT^RT also; ^f ; '^^ %{^ ^. rf.] Having no field,
S e e Bf^SRFT. not the master of a field ; ^ ^
non-forbeaiunce; envy, jealousy,
anger, impatience. ^f^fTjff One of the 8 conditions ^ri%lT # 3 ^ * ^ : qw^raf^FN^: Ms.
or privileges attached to landed pro- 9.49.
^T^nr [ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ] ^^^^ perty (^).
from artificial salt. 5[;: I^atural salt
'^fir^rOri^d*^<itNi'^5?rFRrt^ii'qi: 15Efr- Srf^cT ^^' [^- ^'1 Undecayed, per- ^^^ ^^-fpf qr^^^q ^ Tv. ] 1 iS^. of
a tree qcfrftqcffgr ( Mar. ffqtt ^T^?}^).
gg^V-T'if^^- 'rJ^(4^fi<ll - C o m p . - c T - manent, uninjured, undecaying, un- - 2 A walnut; a tree bearing an
^^{ ~^o) [ ^tq- g^qr^^rqr R H - failing. - ^ 1 Water. - 2 100000
oily nnt.
^^ ^if fl*^^ < ^ ^ ; ^. rf.] natural million.-CoMip.^m'-W ( rfT^ ) K ^ ? ^ ^ : [ 3T^-3?t^; 3F^: l%^fF^:
salt; ^??FWFF% 'T^: %F% ^FRF ^mx^- of Indra, giving permanent help, or f^ B^^f^ q%: #C==q^ ; ^ ^ - B ^ ^ ^ T V . ]
having nnfailing wealth (^)
^W^ > ^^K^^F ^ W ^ F fR-
^'^l^ll Ms.3.257 (BTfTt^Fcr^%V:RIR); sT%cn: t ^T^ ^ ^ ; ^ - ^ ^ '^^' ] also written as Bf^H--^-^q7^ ^I^TfS',
^r^R", BTr^fT^ &c.
''TF^FT: ^ : ^-73 ; '^l^^f^fP^'T^t^F^FFf- Water (f^r5r?qT%^pq^^ ).
BT^rf^ a. [ ^. ^. ] Imperishable. S T ^ n r ["Iri^ ^r% ^^^] ^^ot agi-
^y<f^c(uf f ^ 11.110; sometimes used
tated, unmoved.yf: 1 Absence of
for food that may be eaten at times frf: / . Imperishable nature.
agitation. - 2 The tying post of an
unfit for the performance of reli- ^Tf^F^rrj[ ^^' [^- ^-l ^^^' ^^^ ^^'
elephant.
gious duties j a class of objects creasing in wealth; destitute of a
dwelling, unsettled C^). BTW^^ a. [ ^fvq^ ll^fFq^; '<fHr-|%'^
such as cow's milk, ghee, rice, &c.
^4^pF ^ . ^. rF. ] Immoveable, im-
^ST%'>*. [^JrFf^^RT^; ^^-('^^, ^ % ^ : [^r% ^ifW ^r^Ti^ ^^^^) ^ .
perturbable ; BTW-^= 5^ ^c^^HBT^
3T%1% Un. 3.155-6 ] ^\%-^, Bf^Pf, qfT. ] ]S[. of a plant, ^iTR^^"^ Guilan-
E. 17.44 was unassailable J-^: 1 A
Bf^^, Bf^ : &c. 1 The eye ( which, dina or Hyperanthera Moringa. ^
particular sage (rN'r^ flrfr^lt^qr^Ff^:
grasps or sees objects) ; changed to Sea-salt.
Bf^ at the end of Bahuvrihi Comp; rft^rffqr : ^X\^ ^ f W ^ ifqTf: m R % : ;
^ ^ 4 V ^ See BT^a^ or Bff^.
/ . ^ when a limb of the body is in- ^ ^ % ^ ^ ^ : ^ 1 ^ : -Tv.). - 2 IST.
^ ^ r ^ - ( ^ ) ^^ L^- ^-l ^^^ intoxi- of a Buddha. - 3 An immense
dicated, as ^ff^lTT^j otherwise ^ffqf-
cated. ^; [ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ , ^-qr number, said to be 100 j'qcnc.-Coilip,
W^^WI%:; in Avyayi. comp. also it
"fFT qr, ^. rf. ] iST. of the tree ^ i ^ p ^ ^TNT [ ^PTR" ff^ W<^^A ] a sort
is changed to Bpff, (^EFW; TO^ &c.).
( Mar. '^iqrif, %^3" ) . ^ Sea-salt. of qrr^ or armour referred to in
- 2 The number two; (-f^^ ) the sun
5q"?KT a. Yed. [ B^^-^ ] Quick Tantnis.
and moon. [cf. L. ocuhis; Ger. auge;
Gr. ohos, ohhos, Zend a^Ai.J-Coilip. ( ^ ^ ); according to otliei's ( ^ : ) a
*qr: twinkling; ?FFI%^ ^FrtSd E. kind of net.
15.67.^:-3r^:,-ifF^:,-mTF [j^.'^.'] BiT^rrui' a. [ ^. rf. ] 1 Unbroken f t ^ ^ ^ 3:ff^t; ^ ^ fl%^ P . YI. 1.89
the eyeball, pupil of the eye. TfrF- uncurtailed.-2 Kot conquered or de- Yi^a^t. ] A large army consisting of
[3fT?^ 3Tcf: ^^\ ^\^^\W^S^^ BT^qiF^l^gt- feated, successful; BT^^PF^H^* Ye.
21870 chariots, as many elephants,
PF ^Tr^-TrFf'f ] 1 visible, present; ?rf^r- 1. 2. - 3 IS'ot trodden or beaten, un- 65610 horse, and 109350 foot.
^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ n n ^ ' F r R n F 'TF ^^FFfrFF^h^- usual, strange; BP?r^ofH^*^^rFF^5- ^^UT (f'. [ S T ^ 5 q ( % ^ BT^-^;^q-
^ 8\. 9.81. 2. rankling in the eye, 'i{A Si. 1.32 being not practised or Un. 3.17 ] Unbroken (Bn:^-:^-), ^
an eye-sore, being a thorn in the experienced.-4 Inexperienced, not Time.
eye, hated; %frF^^ "^^ ^FrF: f^k. expert. BT^^^T^ i7id. Yed. 1 Tortuously,
159. ifFf: [ ^. rf. ] the root of the ^ M ^ a. [yx. rf.] Kot small or in- circuitously, in a crooked way;
eye. q-^^r,-?^?!^ n. [ ^. rf. ] the significant. ;: N". of AS'iva. rfP^^T^F ^ ^ % . ^'at. Br. ( sRfJ^r^,
eyelash.q??^ [q". rf.J. a coat of the ^W^f' [^' ^ ' l Absence of hun- ^ff%'?>^ ). - 2 Wrongly ; o|-f Ved.
eye. 2. a disease of the eye pertain- ger, satiety. seeking to hurt in a wrongful way.
ing to this coat.q'cj^a. Yed. falling BT^^^ a. [ Bf^q- fIcT; STf^-'^. ] S T ^ ' W ^ r ^ . Going through,
into the eye, hence hurtful, -adv. Yed. 1 That which tends to cause ab- penetrating.
a little, as much as a mote (as much sence of hunger (^f^f^TT^r^^ ?oq). ^W^ X [ ^fir-^T'^ ?f. rf. ] ISr. of a
as could fall into the eye). ^ a . - 2 ISTot liable to hunger. tree (f^q[c5") Buchanania Latifolia.
[ ^c^% *Jjjfqq: ] visible, perceptible, ^ ^ ^ ^ . [*F.^.] Destitute of fields; ^mX^' ^ . / . ['^rf, ^. rf. ^ ^\] Bad
manifest; ( hence ) true, real. t^^^f^ nncidtivated. '51' 1 A bad field conduct (3Tl^F5*q^fr); a childish
[ ^. rf. ] collyrium, a kind of balm ( WmX^ %^) ; B W t ^ N l p ^ t ! ^ freak or whim.
(for the eyes).-'5f: (of also) N. of a RHA'^ki Ms. 10.71.-2 N^ot a good ST^^rg" a. [ ^ - ^ , ^. cf.] Un-
plant (qf|3RT??tvrf^) used to heal some geometrical figure. - 3 (fig..) A })ad broken, whole, entire, complete ,
varieties of the eye-disease.^^ [^- pupil, unworthy recipient or recep-
B T ^ 3iFRf ^IT^yF^ AS'. 2.10; BT?i^^
^ T ^ 9 ^mf^
^fr^: ^f^ Mai. 2.2 with undiminish- ^IJ^ 1 P.(BT7Tfrf, 3TFfK, ^TFT^^,^- ; ^ r ^ M : s . 11. 238(BTq^t q^pqq;%-
ed orb, full; nf^FTF^ S^f^FF^ITO^ |Tf^) 1 To wind, curl^ move tortu- ^^^frT ^ n ^ Kull. ) - 3 The science
Ki. 9.38; B T # i ^ rF^TOF 10.63 undis- ously, or in a zig-zag way.-2 To go of antidotes; one of the 8 parts of
turbed; ^[^r^JT^c^EF^^r^^F^: U.5.35 ( W^, ^ - ^ &c. ). medical science.
of untarnished, unsullied, fame; BTq- a. [qq^^iTfjifTi;-^. q. rf]. BTTFf^^: [ WXi ^ n t ; sfif^ f-^T^
''fFf^F the 12th day of the bright 1 Unable to walk, not going, not gq-[qq^ P. Y I . 3. 70 ] A physician.
half of Tffrn^. :|- adv. Uninterrupt- in a position to go; BTrff f^T?5"- ^F%T BTTT^^TFtF Den. P. To have good
edly Ki. 1.29 P . Y I . 3. 77 Sk. - 2 Unapproach- health.
B#F^7f a . [ ^ l a i ^ fq-i:qqq?qngr;#i; able. 7T: 1 A tree; '^F^F^^'^'TF'^F^FFPF-
^TFTT <^.=^Trf q.V.
- ^ ^ q". rf.] 1 Unbroken, not cap- 5TF>S^ Si. 4. 63.-2 A mountain; also
BTTf^:^ a. [ q qH-qffrf, T r q - ^ ^ . rf.]
able of being broken or divided, a stone; JFc^fqij" Jf^^rrf Mahanataka.
1 Not fit to be walked in or ap-
epithet of q ^ ^ ^ ^ . - 2 Piill, entire. - 3 A snake. - 4 The sun ( q q^^j"-
proached, unapproachable, inacces-
'f [!. rf. ] 1 ISTot breaking, leaving fq- qqFfrqr 'Tr%'t, rf^ ff ^^qcqq|% ^ -
entire.-2 I^on-refutation. ?r: Time. f^^^l%^:; or, ^not going', the earth by sible (lit. Scfig.)', ^rr'TFTr'T'^^F^^J&c..
- 2 Inconceivable, incomprehensible;
ST^R'^F <^. [ ^- rf. ] 1 Unbroken, its diurnal rotation causing day and
'TTOF>ST^^ t * ^ : God transcends
undivided. - 2 Uninterrupted, per- night). - 5 A water-jar, as in Bfq^?q
mind ( conception or thought ) ; ^ :
petual, undisturbed, continuous; rfF (j^'F^F^) - 6 The number seven (from
^Tf^rFT qq#ci<4|j.2fr * Si, 3. 59, See
^ ^ % ^ ^ F Mu. 1; B#Ff%^ W ^^'E^ the seven ^rTRrJ-s). -Coilip. BTf-
under T[T.rj{ also.-Coilip.3^:^? a. of
qc^: Ku. 7. 28 everlasting, unbrok- <^^r the daughter of the mountain,
unsurpassed or inconceivable na-
en.-3 Unimpaired; unrefuted &C; N. of Parvati.BTF^T^ ni. [ Bfq: qf-
ture, form, &c.; ^ q t q ^ ^ P F ^ ^ ^
^f?irF ^^^TFFT li <J( i\ frj^ M. 3 never rf: Bff^f q^q ] 1. a mountain-dwell-
disappointed; ^jrlH^ ^^Hi?(F^^^ql^^^ E. er. 2. a bird ( f^g^r^ ). 3. the ani- Ki. 1. 9.
9.13 whose prowess knows no repulse mal ^^q supposed to have 8 legs. 4. BT^T^^^r -^ woman not de-
or defeat.-CoiUp. ^r^qr a. always a lion. ^ a. ( Bfqfq; qtqi^HfqT ^ - serving to be approached ( for co-
f e s t i v e . ^ H : [ B f i ^ f ^ : ^ : rR^q^T habitation ), one of the low castes;
^rf; ^ ^ ^ . ) produced on a moun-
g^^Hti^^Mf q q ] time or season tain or from a tree ; roaming or wan- '3^F "^ X^M ^ ^ , "'PffF ' l ^ ^5nfrF-
which yields its usual produce of dering through mountains, wild ^ ^ ^ F ^ H ^F &c.-Comp. i m illicit
flowers &c. (a.) fruitful, bearing fruit intercourse.^FR?SL^- practising il-
in due season. (Ptfr^); <=h-=IIMrfi fq^qnt^F^^F T^"^ licit intercourse.TfTT^ff^ a. relat-
Ki. 1. 36. ( - ^ ) bitumen. ing to illicit intercourse; ^ffr^g* (qj-
^TOF^ . [ q. cT. ] I^ot dwarfish,
^ j p s ^ . [ nrr qrf. ^ , ^. rf. ] q-) pF^ftf^^'TFSf^Ms. 11. 170."
short or stunted; not small, great ;
Not going. c^: A tree.
3ra[%V Tfq3r nTF^f'TF'fT: Dk. 3.
BTTpnr a. 1 Countless, immense; :#r^] 1 A kind of grass or plant (^qq^r
^ ^ R f . [ ^. rf. ] ^ o t dug; not
' T ' ^ t ^ F f t r f ^ Dk. 1. ^2 Not de- f ^ ) commonly called Deotar, An-
buried.cf:-rf A natural lake or
serving to be counted ( Bff q^ ) ; dropogon Serratus. It is said to
pool of water ; a bay; especially a
worthless, immaterial. be an antidote against the poison
pool before a temple. of rats and mice.-2 Any substance
^P^WS[ ^. Yed. [ r%^-r^ q. rf. ] ^ i f ^ * / . [ q. rf. ] 1 Want of re- that removes poison ( fqi?f[1t^qq|if )
Unwearied; Jf^f ^FrF'TftF^^Rf^f: sort or recourse, necessity. - 2 Want S m ^ ^^. [ ^ f^TUt; ^-~^, ^. q. ]
Ev. 1. 38. 11 unwearied in their of access (lit. & fig.)] ST^^rfqr ^F'R"-
course. ^ ^T^ ^ ^ F m f ^ f F ^ F ^ Eam-; qqqi:- Agallochum, Amyris Agallocha.
^^FF^F^nf^jf f ^ r ^ Kn. 5. 64, See un- ^TfOTfcT a. Yed. Without good
^ T % 5 r '^^[^- rf.] 1 Not fatigued or
der qfq. pasture grounds for cattle, barren
wearied. - 2 Kot involving fatigue.
^fk^ Ct' [ ^rr^rf (%* Bfqf^g' q ^ BTTn% ( ^ ) S PF i^. 1 Helpless, with- ( % ^ ) Ev. 6. 47. 20.
Tv.] 1 Whole, entire, complete; oft. out any resort or resource; ^f^qqp- ^ ^ ^ [ f^^-Wm ^Ff 3 ? ^ ^ ; Bf^-
with jqt; TTTFT^ ^Tfrf^T^ ^ # ^ % % % ^FTF^F^FF Dk. 9; ^^"^^qTrf^^f Tf- f^^ ^ ' - ^ o , Un. 4. 179, or Bfif f|-
5fq-:Ms.l.59;r5-qentirely.-2Not un- f ^ : Y . 1. 346 the last resource or ^^TR^ ^rqrqrW i^^rfrf, ^ ^ - q r ; or Bfq:
cultivated or fallow, ploughed(land); shift; BTTTffF^ ^F^F^n- qj^f ^ r % T ^ -
pX' rf^ ^rqrq: 5qfq- f^^^rf^Fq:] 1 T i t -
fq5Tr5l ^^ cher-born^, N . of a celebrated i?^shi
3^r^H. the universal spirit. or sage.-2 N. of the star Canopus,
^ % f ^ : [yx ^?^^TFn5:; i%^H% ^ T f ^ a. [ ^W%rX q% fftr q ^ ] 1
of which Agastya is the regent.
fq-qr^ Tv. ] 1 A tree in general. - 2 Healthy, sound, free from disease, - 3 N. of a plant (qqrf^) Sesbana
(BTT&fs^) A dog trained to the chase. in good health; TOsST^ Ms. 8. 107. ( or J^schynomene ) Grandiflora.
- 2 (q^-^Tf^^ BTf, q. q.) Not speak- [The sage Agastya is a very reputed per-
^"^ f^"q^ a. Not wearisome, not
ing or telling. - 3 Free from judicial sonage in Hindu mythology. In the Rig-
fatigued ; fq continuous flow of
affliction.^: [^rf^ Tftr tRtr ^ ^ ] veda he and Vasish^ha are said to be the
speech regaiided as one of the qprpfs
1 A medicine, a medicinal drug; off-spring of Mitra and Varuj^a, whose
of the Jainas.
fmf%tTF^^r!FTTF^: F%^fF^^B.Pr. seed fell from them at the sight of the
^ 1 ^ ^ ^ ind. An exclamation of
29; fqrN&i'l^^^5EFts^^TFF% ^N"^??: lovely nymph Urvasz at a sacrificial ses-
jf>y; ''t^fT to utter this exclamation. Ms. 7. 218.-2 Health, freedom from sion. Part of the seed fell into ajar and
part into water; from the former arose
^ ^ ifcTt / Infamy, ill-repiite; disease; ^F^^F^^FW f t ^ M ^F%%-
Agastya who is, therefore, called Kum-
SFri: a. disgraceful, disreputable. >TFfl^frF: I rFqpl^ J T F ^ ^ ^ rFqr^srf ^ bhayoni, Kumbhajanman, Gha^odbhava,
2
mT 10 ^
Kalasayoni &c.; from the latter Vasish- E . 4 . 44; cf. also: 3Tq^?qrc[f^Hl^ll^- 22 ; ?T0TT5*TJcr knowing merit and
^ha. From his parentage Agastya is (^r^ qqirr f^.* I ^^^^it^ir^^ ^FiT ft- demerit; f^^^"^ipnT i% Bh. 2. 55 ;
also called Maitravaru?u, Aurvaseya,
and, as he was very small when he was ^.q^rqrPrjTcfq: 11 and E. 6. 61 ^ Mv. 7.14. ] BT?T^ ?f^ f^pm^^rf : Ki. 6. 21
born, he is also called Manya. He is re- ST'T^r A female descendant of vices. -Comp.qTf^<^. fault-find-
presented to have humbled the Vindliya Agastya. ing, censorious; not appreciating
mountains by making them prostrate 3T^c^:l=3Frr^ See above. - 2 N. merits. ^^ft^ a. of a worthless
themselves before him when they tried
to rise higher and higher till they well- of /S'iva. - C o m p . ^ ? ^ : 1. the rise character.
nigh occupied the smi's disc and obstruct- of Canopns which takes place about ^T5^^*. [^. '^' ]1 Notheavy, light.
ed his path, See Vindhya. ( This:fable the end of Ehadra ; with the rise - 2 (In prosody) Short.-3 Having no
is supposed by some to typify the pro- of this star the waters become teacher.-4: One different from a teach-
gress of the -4ryas towards the south in
their conquest and civilization of India, clear; cf. E . 4. 21 iT'H^r^ll^l^^- ^- er. ;5r n. ( m. also ) [ ^ ^^4^HT^]
the humbling of the mountain standing "^^FX^^X^X^'. 2. the 7th day of the 1 The fragrant aloe wood and tree;
metaphorically for tlie removal of phy- dark half of Bhadra. ^f^f [^1^^^%^ Aquiluria Agallocha. - 2 That which
sical obstacles in their way ). He is al- ^frrr f q ^ ^ : ] N . of a sort of f^^ men- yields Bdellium, Amyris Agallocha.
so known by the names of Pitabdhi, Sa- tioned in the Eharata ;6^antiparvan ; - 3 The Sisw tree (f%^qr). -Coilip.
mudra-chuluka &c., from another fable
according to which he drank up the (pl. ) Agastya's hymn. =qK- [ ^. -ftf^qrr [ ^ ^ : ^ r ^ ^ ^ r f p r ^ i%-
ocean because it had offended him and q. ] the conrse of Canopns, the time ^qf q^^qifq^.] the Sisu tree.^i;:
because he wished to help Indra and the of its rise which nshers the /S'arat a sort of perfume.
gods in their wars with a class of demons season and then every thing on
called Kaleyas who had hid themselves SjlT^a. Not liidden,or concealed,
in the waters and oppressed the three earth assumes a lovely appearance. manifest, clear: ^:^rq Ku. 5. 62.
worlds in various ways. His wife was rfj^ N . of a celebrated Tirtha - C o m p . ^ ^ a, having an uncon-
Lopamudra. She was also called Kau6i- in the south. qs": N . of a holy cealed smell. (-Vf:) Asafoetida ( the
taki and Yaraprada. She bore him two X)lace on the Himalaya. ^^^rfT smell of which is not easily con-
sons, D?ic^hasya and Dri(ihasyu. In Agastya's collection of law.
the Ramaya?ia Agastya plays a distin- cealed). ^rqr a. 1. having an open
guished part. He dwelt in a hermitage STTn* (^. Yed, Not going. or unreserved disposition. 2. having
on mount Kunjara to the south of the
Vindhya and was chief of the hermits
^TTT^ a, [ TfPC-^^r^ qoi: q. q-.] an obvious meaning or import.
of the south. He kept under control the Unfathomable, very deep, bottom- ^T^^TTcT [^. ^- ] "V^ed. 1 Not
evil spirits who infested the south and less; 3TTrrvr^^tTr^55T^ H. 1. 52j seized or overcome; unsubdued;
a legend relates how he once ate up a (fig. ) profound, sound, very deep, ^ n % R of itnsubdued splendour.
Eakshasa named Vatctpi, who had assum- ;^f^Mk.l. 3,E.6.21; so ^ , ' j f ^ ; - 2 Inconceivable.
ed the form of a ram, and destroyed by a
flash of his eye the Rakshasa's brother great; a s ' ^ ^ ; ^ ? T sdM^'MrRf^frWr- ^T^J^: [ q. q. ] A houseless wan-
who attempted to avenge him. In the W^^FTWr J^X' Ak. unfathomable, derer, a hermit ( ^ q q ^ ) .
course of his wanderings Rama with his incomprehensible^ inscrutable. ^:-
wife and brother came to the hermitage \^ a deep hole or chasm. vf: N. of ^41)*^?: ci. Imperceiotible by the
of Agastya who received him with the
greatest kindness and became his friend,
one of the 5 fires at the 5E^Tf PW^ senses, not obvious. See qN"^; qj-
adviser and protector. He gave Rama the [cf. Gr. agathos'].-Coml),'^^^'^x^' ' ^ P F J T ^ r f ^ ^ ' ^ r ^ ' E I ^ H Dk.' 169
bow of Vish?2u and accompanied him to [ 3fTfrq 3ic^ qq" ] a deep pool or pond, beyond the power of words, in-
Ayodhya when he was restored to his deep lake. describable. t 1 Anything be-
kingdom after his exile of 14 years. The yond the cognizance of the senses.
superhuman power which the sage pos- ^mt [ ^^ ^ T^#?r ^rsjjfrf mK^ - 2 Not being seen or observed, or
sessed is also represented by another sfq-^-BT^T Tv.] A house; ^?^rPi=?r- known; ^r^ t ^ m ' ^ R ^ f ^ ^
legend, according to which he turned m-
" ^ ^ n f ^ M s . 9. 265; ^ff^^ an incen- sx^ H. 2 without the knowledge of;
king Nahusha into a serpent and after-
wards restored him to his proper form. diary 3. 158, See sfFFrr.
^\ ^XrXXK ^^' 2- - 3 Brahma; ST'it-
In the south he is usually regarded as the ^ F K : (^: ?) [^ ^A^ |-:&^; ^. ' ^ ^ T P T ^ ^ ^ ^ Ki. 17. 11.
first teacher of science and literature to ^fo^. ^. rf.Tv.] 1 Heaven.-2 The sun
the primitive Dravidian tribes, and his ^T^TcTT ^^^^' Want of cows or
era is placed by Dr. Caldwell in the 7 th or fire?-3 A Eakshasa.-Coiup. sff- rays or praise.
or 6 th century B. C. The Pura?ias repre- ^FT^ a, [sfpf^: WX'. ^ ^ ^T^^^rH- ^ ^ ]
sent Agastya as the son of Pulastya (the dwelling in the heaven ( a s a god); ^ ' T T ^ ^' ^^^' ^Without a cow-
sage from whom the Rakshasas sprang) Ev. 1. 135. 9; not to be stopped by herd ; qg%% ^^^^rrr: Ev. 2. 4.7.
and Havirbhuva the daughter of Kar- ^T'Tir^^^ ^* Y^d' ^^^ disdaining
dama. Several ' hymn-seers' are mention-
threatening shouts (?)
ed in his family, such as his two sons, ST?J ^. [ ^^rf 3 ^ ^ ] Yed. 1 praise.
Indrabahu, Mayobhuva and Mahendra, Destitute of cows or rays; poor.-2 ^llYiT ^- -^^^ ^^ ^ concealed or
also others who served to perpe-
tuate the family.
Wicked ( 1 ) . - 3 r : 1 N . of Eahu.
The sage is repre-
covered, bright.
- 2 Darkness.
sented as a great philosopher, benevo-
lent and kind-hearted, unsurpassed
^jmrf a. 1 Destitute of attributes t ^ q ^ Un. 4. 50, or fr. 3f^ ^to go.'] 1
in the science of archery and to have
(referring to God).-2 Having no good
taken a principal part in the coloniza- Fire SRtqr, f%^, w^"*, jcrpr", ?T^ ' ,
qualities, worthless ; ST^pff^rqi^ff^ :
tion of the south; plfSfrfffq- :qrqT H^ ^ - &c.-2The God of fire.-3 Sacrificial
M. 3, Mk. 4. 22.-OJ-: [ q , q . ] A fire of three kinds (^ffTrq, ^ f q -
5f^rfr^^%r I sfqi^HT^ p:r^^ Hi^^r ^- fault, defect, demerit, vice; ^T^: ?^- ^ and ^ ^ ) ; fqrrr I ^TT^^T^r >S ^ -
{^m,f^^ I] Eam. ; ^Tf^F^r^rfpqrw f JT^^IFT ?I^%'^ ^ r ! m ^ Ms. 3.
^ 11 ^m
mtrTT ^rtt^mni Ms. 2. 2 3 1 . - 4 their actions. The worshippers of Agni
The fire of the stomach, digestive prosper, they are wealthy and live long. ^^ rf^H; m s u q x ^ f ^ ^ p t : q l : | (%^-
He is the protector of that man who
faculty, gastric fluid. - 5 Bile (qf^- takes care to bring him fuel. He gives frf^ : ^iftT^S^TTirr it^P^qrS" II Dif-
^ 4 C^^If^^rfr^RT^q^^5^?r rf^rf ^t him riches and no one can overcome him ferent fruits are said to result from
rf^f; f^Tf fFqpq?^^). - 6 Cauterization who sacrifices to this god. He confers, the aj)pearances of these portents,
(sq-^qr^q).-7 Gold. - 8 The num- and is the guardian of, immortality. He
is like a water-trough in a desert and all according to the nature of their
ber three. - 9 N. of various plants:
{a) i%^qr Plumbago Zeylanica; {b) blessings issue from him. He is there- colour^ position &c. ;iTg^,-"gr;5rC:
r ^ f ^ ^ ;(c) q^fq^ Semicarpus Ana- fore constantly supplicated for all kinds 1. producing fire by the friction of
cardium; {d) pfqq{ Citrus Acida. of boons, riches, food, deliverance from two ara?&is. 2. taking out, before
enemies and demons, poverty, reproach,
-10 A mystical substitute for the snn-rise, the sacred fire from its
childlessness, hunger &c. Agni is also
letter ^. I n Dvandva Comp. as first associated with Indra in different hymns cover of ashes previous to a sacri-
member with names of deities, and and the two gods are said to be twin fice.^^?:rfq- worship of A g n i ;
with particular words BTf?r is chang- brothers. the Mantra or hymn with which
ed to 3T?Tr? as !ft5pr^, ^^, or to BTlft,
' ' H ^ - ^ ) , ^ ^ , t r ^ [ c f . L. ignis j]
Such is the Vedic conception of Agni; Agni is worshipped ( BTf^q"-
but in the course of mythological personi- ^-fr^^%^ ). - ^ : [ ^ f ^ ^ q m - ] an
[ Agni is the God of Fire, the Ignis of
fications he appears as the eldest son
the Latins and Ogni of the Slavonians. incendiary.gR^:,-;^qtq7: a spark.
of Brahma and is called Ablliman^ [ Vi-
He is one of the most prominent deities sh?^u Pura?ia]. His wife was Svaha; cfi['^5^^i [3T?fr^^- rf.] 1. cauteriza-
of the i?^gveda. He is an immortal, by her he had 3 sonsPavaka, Pavama- tion. 2. action of fire. 3. oblation to
has taken up his abode among na and /S'uchi; and these had forty-five Agni, worship of Agni (arf^ff^);
mortals as their guest; he is the sons : altogether 49 persons who are so q=rr^ ofiering oblations to fire,
domestic priest, the successful accom- considered identical with the 49 fires.
plisher and protector of all ceremonies; He is also represented as a son of Angi-
feeding fire with ghee c^C; f^^f^j^-
he is also the religious leader and pre- ras, as a king of the PitWs or Manes, as flf^r^: K. 16; '^^T^ 39, Ms, 3.
ceptor of the gods, a swift messenger em- a Marut and as a grandson of Sand^d^, 69, Y. 1. 25.^f^r apart (or appear-
ployed to announce to the immortals the and also as a star. The Harivam-sa de- ance) of fire; ten varieties are men-
hymns and to convey to them the obla- scribes him as clothed in black, having tioned ( ^ W ^ s q r ^ ^ f ^ ^ i r r ^ t it-
tions of their worshippers, and to bring smoke for his standard and head-piece
and carrying a flaming javelin. He is ie^fB-fTtqt I ^T: ^^qr qriwr f oqq^ql-
them down from the sky to the place of
borne in a chariot drawn by red horses sfPr 11 ^ ^ ^ ^ R f ^iW ^ ^ q ^ s?^ :).
sacrifice. He is sometimes regarded as
the mouth and the tongue through which and the 7 winds are the wheels of his ^ft??iT [ ^ f t ^?ffrf W^ ^ ^ ^ -
both gods and men participate in the car. He is accompanied by a ram and ;|?tnT^f^q; qr%? ^f c^] 1. the means of
sometimes he is represented as riding on consecrating the sacred fire, the
sacrifices. He is the lord, protector and
that animal. Agni was appointed by
leader of people, monarch of men, the rih called sf^ftw which begins with
Brahma as the sovereign of the quarter
lord of the house, friendly to mankind, between the south and east, whence the ^m" ^ 5"^ ^ - 2. =:3T|Tfqqq.^rrt
and like a father, mother, brother &c. direction is still known as ^gneyi. The
He is represented as being produced by
sfJr: ^ffT^' ^ni" W^onf. ] agallochum
Mahabharata represents Agni as having
the attrition of two pieces of fuel which exhausted his vigour and become dull by
( ^jr^ ) ^f^- [^^= f f 5"f^ r^fM-
are regarded as husband and wife. Some- devouring many oblations at the several ^f^^qfcT ] a firebrand, lighted Avisp
times he is considered to have been sacrifices made by king AS^vetaki, but he of straw. ^ ^ [^n^r^TR?' ^ ] an en-
brought down from heaven or generated recruited his strength by devouring the closed space for keeping the fire, a
by Indra between two clouds or stones, whole Khawc^ava forest; for the story see
fire-vesseLjTqrC-, -^^r^:, -WX' 1-
created by Dyau,or fashioned by the gods the word ^ i ^ ^ ] . -Comi>. 3T(3Tr)Tnr^
ooUectively. In some passages he is re- N. of Karttikeya said to be born
-T*-,-BTrt^;r-^f [^P<i^4^^TTrt^rqro from fire, See qnT%%^ 2. a kind of
presented as having a triple existence,
which may mean his three-fold manifest- q. ] a fire-sanctuary, house or place preparation of medicinal drugs.
ations as the sun in heaven, lightning for keeping the sacred fire j q ^ g - ^ 'V^^' % F ^ ] 1- si^ioke. 2.
in the atmosphere, and as ordinary fire ?^ff^ft^T5^mft R. 5- 25. s m fii-e- N. of two Eakvshasas on the side
on the earth, although the three appear- missile, a rocket. s^f^q^ a. [Bf- of Eavana and killed by Eama.
ances are also elsewhere otherwise ex- f^n^r ' T ^ ] ^^ ^^^ nature of fire;
plained. His epithets are numberless
^pq: - f ^ the south-east corner
#Tr[?T^ ^Xy ' ^ - 5 ^ ^ . BTf^^nf con- ruled over by Agni; fff qf|"; fqnq-
and for the most part descriptive of his
physical characteristics : yqqTrf, f q q ^ , secrating the fire; so "BTfr^frf. 3Tr%^- frff ^ ^ ^ ^ F ^ H^^l f^t^ t ^ ^^f^-
[ ^f?Frf^% ^ ^ ] a Brahmana who
maintains the sacred fire. (-^)=BTr- fll^rf^^'rrcfr f^qr, W ^ - ^ * ] l. obse-
f l r ^ r f , ^T%t^ &c.In a celebrated pas- ^r?f.^fffrf: [ BfflRff^^ %^. ^r T- quies, funeral ceremonies. 2. brand-
sage he is said to have 4 horns, 3 feet, ^j'qqiTf: P. I I . 2. 37.] one who main- ing ; ^ ^ f r % % ^ f ^ ^ Y. 3. 284.
2 heads, and 7 hands. The highest di- tains the sacred fire; See 3Trf|qTflr. " - ^ f ^ r [^. ^-l hi'^-works, illumi-
vine functions are ascribed to Agni. He - f \ J m.(3T?n-'^0 [ ^ tt^^T?fr^] the nations. 71^ a, [ s f f ^ q vi^-q] preg-
is said to have spread out the two worlds nant with or containing fire,
and produced them, to have supported
priest who kindles the sacred fire
heaven, formed the mundane regions (mostly Yed).fVfq : [ ^ff^ft^.q^ ^T- having fire in the interior; ff ^'ff-
and luminaries of heaven, to have be- ^ q ] N. of a Mantra, (-q-) kindling fqq /S'. 4. 3. {--^ :) [ Brftrf^ ^R^r^TTqf
gotten Mitra and caused the sun to as- the fire. ^J^frf t [ ^ T ^ f ^ W ^ ^ -q^Tx'] 1. N. of the plant Agnijara.
cend the sky. He is the head and sum- fTrf: ^cqrq: ] a fiery portent, meteor, 2. the sun-stone, name of a crystal
mit of the sky, the centre of the earth.
comet &c. I n B*^^. S. 33 it is said supposed to contain and give out
Earth, Heaven and all beings obey his
commands. He knows and sees all to be of five kinds: \^ gq7J^^rq- fire when touched by the rays of
worlds or creatures and witnesses all ^f Trfrff WX^ qff^ W^^^' I f^l^'^^F^- the s u n ; cf. S. 2. 7. 3. the sacri-
^ 12 ^
ficial stick sf^Sf which, when qf: ) hot as fire.^"^^ a. having [ (f. q. ] ordeal by fire.qtrf: [ ^ R T -
churned, gives out fire, (-vff) 1. N. the lustre or power of fire (3T?trt^^- ^p^^ q^^: ] a volcano. ^^sij": [ sf^:
of the Ssbiai plant as containing ^r ^ ^ ) . ( -^^n, ) the lustre of fire, 3frj=qfqjq^q^ ^W ^^ ] tail or back
fire (the story of how Agni was ( - ^ m . ) N. of one of the 7 ^^shis part of the sacrificial place ; the ex-
discovered to exist in the interior of the 11th Manvantara. ^ the tinction of fire.,3^ [^f?fqf qt=?Fr
of the ^S^ami plant is told in chap. three fires, See under sfffT. ^ a. gxrtq ] one of the 18 Puranas ascrib-
35 of Bffw^qqt in Mb.). 2. N. of [^ ^f?r ^ f r t w f r ^f^; ^r.-^. ] l. ed to Yyasa. It derives its name
the earth (s^f: ^^^frC ^THT ^ ^ giving or supplying with fire. 2. from its having been communicated
^ ; when the Ganges threw the tonic, stomachic, producing appetite, originally by Agni to the sage Ya-
semen of /Siva out on the Meru. stimulating digestion. 3. incendiary; sishtha for the purpose of instruct-
mountain, whatever on earth &c. BTf??^^ *T^=KTht^ Ms. 9.278; BTflf^fqf ing him in the two-fold knowledge
was irradiated by its lustre, became =5r ^ ^ r ^ : Y. 2.74; so'^r^f^/^rr'^q;. of Brahma. Its stanzas are said to
gold and the earth was thence ^TVf a. 1. burnt on the funeral be 14500. Its contents are varied.
called ^fqrfr). 3. N. of the plant pile; ^rfT^T\qr^% qfTfqr ^>sc^r^^r' w It has portions on ritual and mystic
^ r ^ ? ^ ^ rrqr {^m^ ryqf q^qqprff ^ ^^ Yayu. 2. burnt with fire. 3. worship, cosmical descriptions, chap-
burnt at once without having fire ters on the duties of Kings and the
W ^ . rf. ] the work that treats of the put into the mouth, because desti- art of war, a chapter on law, some
worship of Agni &c. ^ [^f- tute of issue ( ^ ); ( pl. ) ^ ^1^^^ of chapters on Medicine and some trea-
'^^R^ ^?t W^. cT* ] a kind of me- Manes or PitWs who, when alive, tises on Ehetoric, Prosody, Grammar,
dicinal preparation of ghee used to kept up the household flame and Yoga, Brahmavidya &c. &c. jpq-
stimulate the digestive power. presented oblations to fire. qq?ft ^ q bringing out the sacrificial fire
f ^ m . [^rrlrf^Rfqfq^; i^-^^ilrqr [ <qf|q^j:q^ ^^q{; ^-Pf=^ ^ ^ ^5? ] and consecrating it according to the
p . I I I . 2. 91 ] one who has kept a narcotic plant, Solanum Jacquini. proper ritual. jrfrfST consecration of
the sacred fire; ^frfP^ : '^^'IrrnTT- ^T^ [^'S f^:^^ ^ ^ " t ] one who per- fire, especially the nuptial fire. jf-
^ ? l E . 8. 25, - . = q ^ : ^ ^ : ^ q ^
forms the last ( funeral) ceremonies ^ - ^ ^ [ 'FT. rf. ] entering the fire,
~ N ^ ^ arranging or keeping the self-immolation of a widow on the
of a man; ^f^^flf^TcrT ^rf^^ fqrt^^fc^
sacred fire ( sfr^qrq ) ; f^^^ffif- funeral pile of her husband. sf^^-
^^ ff; ^ T ^ [ ^ ^ W r t ] stimulat-
f ^ c t = ^ p . n i . 1. 132. 2. ( - ^ : , ^ violation of the duties of a sa-
ing digestion, stomachic, tonic. ^ -
-^fq*:) the Mantra used in this crificer (Bfrlrlr^rr^iX'^); ^ ^ ^ ^ = ^ ' ^
^a. [^. q.]glowing, set on fire, blaz-
operation. 3. a heap of fire. ing. {~TXX ) [ ^ f ? r f e n ^ ^fFT: %^?ITH: q- ^T^^^ftf Mb.!T^rf?:: [^Tl'^ ^ ^ ^ n ' ^
^ ^ t q^qft ^ ] a flint, a stone pro-
^qf: ^r] N . of a plant ^s^^qcft" ^^\,
^ ^' rfirf^qr^ ^^^ Tv.] having aff?!- which is said to stimulate digestion. ducing fire. 5rr| t [ 3T?r%ft^ Crt-
'^q^ or 3Tf^I%?3;.^,-W^ . pi'O- ^r'H": / active state of digestion. f ^ T ^ ^ ] 1- smoke. 2. N. of a son
duced by or from fire, born from ^ a. [ 3Tf?rtq fq qi^q-q q ^ qf ] of the first Manu; of a son of
fire, (-^t^-^rrrf: ) 1. N. of the plant having Agni for a messenger, said Priyavrata and Kamya. ^ ^ 1.
^^X\txm: { ^T?T^ ^r^^ffqqrq 5f[q?r of the sacrifice or the deity invoked; the seed of Agni; ( fig. ) gold
% ^ ^ ^PWf^). 2. N. of Karttikeya. 3. ^ ' t f ^ j d t ^ r ^ S ^ f ^ ^ ^TtfTrf: Ev. ( ^ ^ ^ t ^ j f q tq- qt^ f^r^% 0- 2. N.
Vishnu. ( - ^ , ~ ^ r f ) gold; so 5r-qq;. 10. 14. 13.ffqfrfa. branded.fq: of the letter ^. ^- [ ^W:^ qifrf;
f^l* a. 1. having a fiery tongue. [ ^ W : ^ ^ * ] Agni; a worshipper qj-^.] 1. ^shining like fire', gold.
2. having fire for the tongue, epi- of Agni. - t q r [ ^F^^{ W^\' ] 2. N. of the constellation f jrfqrr.
thet of a God or of Yishnu in the third lunar mansion, the - 3 n. [ 3 ? ^ ^ ' ^ ; 1-f^^ JW^ ' ] !
the boar incarnation. ( - s q ) 1. a Pleiades (ff^qq). v^fq [ ^ M P F t water. 2. gold. ^ a . [^T^^r?; g-
tongue or flame of fire. 2. one ^[^qq;] the place or receptacle for flrqr] produced from fire, (-w :) 1.
of the 7 tongues of Agni ( qnr^r
keeping the sacred fire, the house ' fire-born', N. of Karttikeya. 2. N.
^If^ ^ %trfr 5frc^ff|qr i ^qoff of an sqlrftcT; qrt ^ ^ BTT^^^ Ev. of a teacher Cqrr^'T) who was
10. 165. 3. ^TTTT maintaining the taught by Agni. 3. (arith.) six.
plant rqifrft" (BTW^I"^ f*^ ^ ^ : ^ ) ; sacred fire; pffrnTr f K. 55. q^q ^frf a. produced from fire, (-frf:)
of another plant ( ^cJ'f^'^rfr ) or qsf- [ ^W^ ^ ' ^ ^ ^^'^ ] ^N. of a
r'^qc^ (f^sfc^PTc^). ^^T^r 1. the flame T ^ \^4^ ^T^ ] N. of the plant 3T- pupil of the last Tirthankara. (-frf 0
or glow of fire. 2. [ 3f>r:5qi^q \^^ f ^ ^ r . T ^ cc. [ 3 T r ' ^ % [ q ^ ] hav- / . the lustre or might of fire.
q ^ t qf ] N. of a plant with red ing Agni for the leader or con- w^r^^<^- ^ed. [^fffrft^ w r ^ ; ^ ^
blossoms, chiefly used by dyers, veyer of oblations , an epithet of a -3fj-q; ] shining like fire. q p t t
Grislea Tomentosa ( M a r . qr^rS", god in general. qf 1. the word [ 3 T W ^ W ^ ^ W^- rT. ] the sun-
^ ^ n ^ ) . - r f ^ (f. [ ^Tf^^r W'^sx; cfqr Agni. 2. fire-place. 3. N. of a plant. stone. q^c^ [^irsr ^^m'^ I^^TK-
--^rq;] having the warmth of fire; ^f^FT-f^-^eare of the sacred fire, ^ J ^ ^ H t ^ - ^ ^ T : ] 1. the sacri-
practising austerities by means of worship of fire, ofl'ering oblations; ficer who churns the fuel-stick.
fire. rfTO. <^- [ ^(^Pf: rf^W ] 1. TTfr^^flrqftf^^ Ms. 2. 67. - q R - 2. the Mantra used in this opera-
practising very austere penance, ^s^^t the whole sacrificial aja- tion, or the 3Trf^ itself. q^tr : , - ^ ,
standing in the midst of the Hye paratus; i ^ ^XW^^^t Ms. 6. 4. producing fire by friction; or the
fires. 2. glowing, shining or burn- qi^f?r enclosing the sacrificial Mantra used in this operation.
ing like fire ; ( qqrftfcf rfcff* ^f^'^ rf- fire with a kind of screen,qp^r {-^ 0 [ ^ i M ^ ' ^ ^W^ 'f^-^r^ ^^3
3T^ 13 ^t(
N. of a tree q'l'qqrrft^r ( Mar. N. of the plant q t ^ K ^ or qfq^ft^f (-?qr) 1. a flame; ^\Tf?r%#rT^:
qfq?!r ) Premna Spinosa ( qrqrf^- ( rf^f^q qf^H^qqofqqr ^Fq^?qfxf^[?q Mb. 2. N. of two plants ^]T\-^
% ^ ^ ff ^fT ^fl"^?T^'^). ^ r ^ slow- q^qj-: ). - . ^ q - a. [ 3fa]?q ^ q ^^\ q^q ] ( Mar. qr^T^^^ or ^{^-^\) Glo-
ness of digestion, loss of appetite, fire-shaped; of the nature of fire, (-q) riosa Superba; of another plant (Mar.
dyspepsia. ^Tf^ [^i^l^ ^ W ^ % - the nature of fire. '^cf^ n. the seed also qroS^fCr) Menispermum Cordi-
of Agni; ( hence ) gold, .^ril^ff folium. ^'iT^f careful service or
^WXI"^^ ^'^- ] ^ ' ^^ *^^ '^'^^^ [ ^rtK^ ^mlX ', ^f-fW^ ] a hard in- worship of fire. ^^f^ a, fire-crest-
Agastya. H ^ N. of a king of flammatory swelling in the armpit. ed, (^-^t) N. of the ^ t ^ , f-fHT &afPTc^
the /S'unga dynasty, son of Pushpa- rffqj": the world of Agni, which is trees, (-t) gold. ^ ^ a.[^r?^W=^
mitra who must have flourished be- situated below the summit of Meru; ^^q] bright as fire; purified by fire K.
fore 150 B. C.-the usually accepted in the Puranas it is said to be in 252. ^q- a. [ sf^ft^ ^jfft^q ] glow-
date of Patanjali-as the latter men- the 3Trf[?^, while in the Ka^i ing like fire; lighted by Agni. f-
tions J^qi"^^ by name. 5 ^ : a, Khancla it is said to be to the south .^r-^^r-^r^ff &C. s e e ''-^H-rT, "^'Wk^^'
having Agni at the head. ( - ^ : ) [^fflr- of f^3"fr ; q r f ^ ^l%5t qfit qq ^ f ^ -"^^^^r^' 1- consecration of fire. 2.
^iqf^ q ^ ] 1. a deity, god, (for the f ^r I f^^f^s^f T ^ ^m'f r^jff f ^r^ 11 hallowing or consecrating by means
gods receive oblations through Agni
q^: Svaha, the daughter of of fire; burning on the funeral pile;
who is therefore said to be their
Daksha and wife of Agni. q=q^a. ^ ^ r f ' t fffr^r^ ^^x d>k. 169; ^x^^
mouth; sff^r^w %^\'; ^\tr^ wq^ [ 3T?[t=# f^ ^ f q^q ] glowing or ^r^^^r'^f^^aFTr^ : Ms. 5. 69, E. 12.
^qqfqf &c ; or 3Tf^t% ^TST qq\, for bright like fire.(-?^.) the lustre of 5Q. ;^;[5f:, -^ff^: 1. the wind.
fire is said to have been created be- Agni.(-m.) N. of a teacher of the Pu- 2. the wild pigeon (smoke-colour-
fore all other gods. ) 2. [ ^ f i r j ^ q- ranas.qq a, [3f?l[t^pFff^^] of the ed) 3. smoke. ^ ^ q a. [ q. ^. ]
qyq^qfiPq^ q^q ] one who maintains colour of fire; hot, fiery; ^ f qf^qf ff- sprung or produced from fire.(-q:) 1.
the sacred fire ( ^TllTfrHTt^f ). 3. a ^ r Wr^f^rH-t Wi T'^tH Ms. 11. 91; wild safllower. 2. lymph, result of
Brahmana in general ( sfffr^Tf^^r^;
^PntfTf^ q ^ , for Brahmanas are
^^^^r%^'^ ^r n ^ | ^ ^ % ^ ^x 92. (-40 digestion, (--q) gold. ^ff^^ [ ^\tXt
1. N. of a prince, son of Sudar.^ana. W4t ^^, ^^ ] or adv. keeping
said to be qfrq^f:). 4. N. of two plants
2. of a King of the solar race. See E. fire for a witness, in the presence
fq-^qr Plumbago Zeylanica and ^ ^ q ^
19. 3. the colour of fire, (-"cff) a strong of fire; q=q-^ror M. 4.12; q^Tfr
Semicarpus Anacardium (^ffffft^ ipq-
liquor. q^qq^ a, stimulating diges- W ^ ^ ^ ^ f W ^ r ^ H . l . V. L,E. 11.48.
tion, tonic, (-cfi":) 1. a tonic. 2. regi- ^EfT^ [ "i5i ^\x ^^^ ^rqqr^^r^^^i'^
^ ^ f f '^f ^(TT^^^cf^t^^Wr^K). 5. a men, diet (q^-qrfrr )^W^: [ ^?r- ^ r n ^ R f ^ I ^ T v . ] ^qfoffq, a sort of
sort of powder or = ^ pre- t ^ q t g%q ^r^rqrq;] 1. the SSLIQ. tree, medical preparation for the eyes. (-?;:
scribed as a tonic by ^^qr^Tf. 6. Shorea Eobusta. 2. the resinous juice - t ) power or essence of fire. ^ ^ a
* fire-mouthed ', sharp-biting, an of it. qro^ ci, [3Titft^ ^t ^r% qx^] thread of fire. 2. a girdle of sacrificial
epithet of a bug Pt. 1. (-?cff) [^f^c^
having a red (pure like A g n i ) grass ( %frWr5T ) P^^t upon a young
j-jqqq-q^qf:, q k r r t - ^ ^ ] 1 N. of a
garment. (-7^) a pure garment. qf- Brahmana at the time of investi-
plant q^rqqr ( Mar. f^qqf, pfrqqr )
f a. [ 3Tr1r ^[f^frf rrqqr^ BTjqrWfrf ^r] t u r e . ^ ^ : 1. stopping the burning
a n d rr'rqfrrqrr ( f^^rTJ-qrq ) 2, 1^. of
1. smoke. 2. a goat. ^ffq" a goat power of Agni. 2. N. of a Mantra used
the Gayatri Mantra ( sfffftq q-^t g-
(l5'fq). fq^ m. 1. one who knows in this operation. 3. N. of a medicine
m^^ ^TF^rf q^qr- ^f, or Bf^rft^ ^^ ^-
the mystery about Agni. 2. an so used. -^Hq^m. (^f?l|"q) [^:^^'rf-
SlTTm'iriq ^Fqf=q^rt ^X^', ^ J ^ F WH ^-
^n^fff^^ q.V. fqqpqq" ceremony of ^^; ^3"-^Wfr flHT ^ ^ ] the first day of
^sfR-m^ijr^ifRfrqrq:; ^T^rf^^fq^ q^r [%i:r^.TT[--
lowering the sacrificial fire. f q ^ ^ : the Agnishtoma sacrifice; N. of a
pain from an inflamed tumour, in- portion of that sacrifice which ex-
5 ^ q qt ^q"rf II jfi-pTrS- ). 3. a kitchen
flammation. fqf^,--fqfrC: 1. tak- tends over one day; ^f^rf q f ^ ^ ^
[ qi^r^FrST ^f?iP:^ ^ ^ f r g"tlr q^^qr: ^r ] . ing the sacrificial fire from 3T?ftq to ^^r%rfr ^r^f^ ^r i ^ P r ^ i t ^ i % -
""?? ^' [ '^* ^ ] ^^ed. made insane the if^fq^q. 2. ofl'ering oblations to W ^r f^f <TTf^|rffm- ^ II Ms. 11.
or stupefied by lightning or fire. fire; ^f^r^T^r %r>r K . 348. qr^ 1. 75.^H^ (|-q^) m, [sTft": ^H^qq-^^;
^fifq causing the sacrificial fire power or might of Agni. 2. gold. ^pT-flr^ ^^^\ l,=:^\^i\^, 2. N. of a
toblaze up.?:^fq 1. consecrating or -" W [ ^ W ^^ ] N. of an ancient son of the sixth Manu. ^^q: (gt-
preserving the sacred ( domestic ) HO [ ^ - ^qt^t ^Hfrf^r^f^ ^ ^ ] N. of a
medical authority (=q^qr). ^^q-.
fire or BTf^rft^. 2. [ 3TIT1: ^^^T^" ^^^ protracted ceremony or sacrificial rite
?nT?^-^ a fire-sanctuary; ^qf^f-
sfq ^r ] a Mantra securing for Agni extending over several days in
qff^ S. 5 ; a house or place for
XU'otection from evil spirits &c. 3. spring and forming an essential part
keeping the sacred fire ; ?:^^f^
the house of an srfirfrH;. ^^:,-^^ir^ of the ^irqgT^. 2.aMantraorKalpa
^^TTiWf Y. 3. =^% a. [ ^W^
with reference to this sacrifice; *^^
^m\\^ rft^^rqr^; ^ - ^ ^ ^ ] very
r^tq": ] 1. a scarlet insect by name mx H^- '5T:; "JT^^ ^r^^^r^f, ^^:
passionate, (-w^.) N. of a sage. f^-
f ^ " T . 2. ( ^ : x^i ) the might or ' q : P. l Y . 3. 6<d, Yart. 3. N. of the
power of Agni 3. gold. ^:f^ mys- fiery, fire-crested ; ^ g ^ : ^fr^%: son of the sixth Manu. 4. a species
tery of ( worshi^iping &c.) Agni; N. Eam. (-5r:) 1. a lamp. 2. a rocket, of the Soma plant ; ^^fq^r a part
of the tenth book of the /S'atapatha fiery arrow. 3. an arroAV in general. of the Sama Yeda chanted at the
Brahmana. ^nfRf: a heap of fire,burn- 4. safllower plant. 5. safl^ron. 6. conclusion of the Agnishtoma sacri-
ing pile. - ; ^ r [^TUTRr^r ^ ^ ^f-qr] ^Tfrftf^. {-i^) 1. saffron. 2, gold. fice. - ^ ^ a. (^) [ 3Tj|- ^qig-^rtf^; ^ ^ -
^Ti^Tr 14 ^m
^ q^ ] placed in, over, or near the lence ( ^^;;^); ^m^ii ^ f ^ Tandya.
fire. (-":) an iron frying-pan; in the ^ q f c r ^ ; qr-flfq; f?r. 3TF^: Tv. ] One - 5 Goal, aim, resting place ( B T F ^ -
sf^^^ sacrifice the 11th Yupa who consecrates the sacred fire. ^ ) ; Tg^^FT^r^R Ms. 1.1, See V -
which of all the 21 is nearest the fire. ^ r f ^ ^ r ^ H Yed.a.. [ sff^: ^^q;^^ [q also.~6 Beginning, See ^ . - 7 A
^qfrf: ( written both as ^qfTf and qnq;, q^q q: P . Y I I I . 2.15 ] 1 Hav- multitude, assemblage.-8 Overplus,
^^r^) (ph) [^f?lrf: i. e. ^f^qi'^qqr^^- ing fire or enjoying it.-2 Maintain- excess, surplus; ^^ ^xt^^ Eam.
qrqrs-fq; -^f ^w^ ^f^" q ^ ^ ] N. of a ing the sacrificial fire; f q ? ^ ^ ^ 1000 women and more; so ^f^^Ft^
class of Pitr-^s or Manes who, when F f t ^ ft^^^>sr%frr^ Ms. 3.122. ^ X^m- - 9 A weight = qcy q. v. - 1 0
living on earth, maintained the - 3 Having a good digestion. A measure of food given as alms
sacred or domestic fires, but who did ^X^X^X^i^id' To the state of fire; ( WF^PT^^^ occurring in s^q^K )
not perform the Agnishtoma and used in comp. with ^ ^ to b u r n ' , - 1 1 ( Astr. ) Amplitude of the sun
other sacrifices. They are regarded ^ to consign to flames', W^^T'T^^f- ( m, W^X also). I n compounds as
as Manes of Gods and Brahmanas and ^cfT^qr M. 5; ?f=q^?:?irfri:qf?r^r^ first member meaning ^the forepart',
also as descendants of Marichi, Ms. 3. E. 8.72- ''vx to be burnt. ^ front', ^tip' &c.; e. g. ''qT^:-,=qTT:
195 (q-Jsqsf^^qfffgFrrKqrqqfi'F^^f^- the forepart of the foot, toe; so f-
^^I'^ST: ^ % ^ ^ r ^ fq^j^ n^TF-.ffrf m^"^')- B T ^ : [sq^F^w^^-^fr^^Tv.] 1 ^^:, ^r:; qff%: &c.; ' ^ ; ^ the
f5,-fiH Yed. sacrificing to Agni, N. of a priest, also called WW ^^'bo
topmost lotus Ku. 1. 16; "^TPf:
having Agni for a priest. f f^ [^T^iq kindles the sacred fire. - 2 ( ^
forepart of the body; so^qTsf, "qiftf-
fqq">S^; f-^, '^. rf.] 1. an oblation to mxq^q^^ ^^^^ ^3ft ^ ^ ^ - ) Sacri- qrftip of the nail, nose &c., '-adv.
Agni ( chiefly of milk, oil and sour fice, sacrifical act. See sq^pq. In front, before, ahead.-Comp.3?-
gruel. ). 2. maintenance of the sa- ^ifpT a. [ 3T^: 3T^3?Tt F-lF^rf^; ^'. [ 3fTf 3 t ^ : ] the focal point.Bif-
cred fire and offering oblation to it; ^^U"^'^ ] Situated near the fire; f^ n, [ ^T^, ] sharp or pointed
(3ffrqfF^ fr^r^l^T^ ^7*^il'W Sff^rfiq- relating to fire, fiery. vision, side-look ( ^TqFfcft^tq ) ; ^^mx-
F^W ^^^^fTT ); or the sacred fire itself; ^TjfKtff m (%) [ ^ ^ ^ wp[^ U fn; ^ ^ #^PTPr^g r^r^^^TrR:fi?ffrg"Pam.
rffr^fT^fNn^^S' K. 26; fx^ q?i ] Agni and Soma; ^rn^'T ^Tf5 a. having precedence in
^ ^ r ^ ^ ^ ^ M s . 11. 36; " ^ j q r ^ ^ 42; bringing out Agni and Soma; a eating\^ - a r ^ f ( ^f ) ^' ( * ) ^^^n-
^Tf ^ f f ^ t ^ Ms. 5. 167, 6. 4, ceremony in the ^'f?|^H sacrifice; guard; f|-qf#^%^ ^T^PT^pft^S ^f-
Y. 1. 89. The time of throwing obla- (5fr) the rik or vessel used in con- ^ ^ 5 Ms. 7. 193; BT^lFfM X^^^^X
tions into the fire is, as ordained by secrating them. XX^^m^ ^ t ^ ' E a r n . - B T ' H W [^T-
the sun himself, evening ( ^^XTiq BT?fr^pff^ . [ 3T?[H^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 5f ^ Sfqq W^ rfW W^ ?^] N. of a
m^ 15^Fr[ ^ q ^ITFII^FrT ). Agniho- W ] Eelating or sacred to Agni and Buddhistic tenet (^rqF^qtq^fr^'^-
tra is of two kinds; f q ^ of con- Soma; fq^TT- niaking libations with qq^q ff^TfF q ^ : ^qFcT-f^^*^: ). 3?^-
stant obligation ( qj^jiffqqF^fl"^ ^ - the cake sacred to Agni and Soma; %^rf [ ^ ^^^^ ^X\m^ WT ]
fifq) andcRT'^^ occasional or option- "q'g: a victim sacred to them; ''^X^ food at a AS'raddha ceremony, the
al (^qqflT^FtF^F ^ ^ ^ C f F f F ^ f fil'^). :^f^: an oblation sacred to them &c. chief part of which has been tasted.
(-'Sf) a, Yed. 1. destined for, connect- . ^ T ? ^ first supply. ^ q f r r N
ed with, Agnihotra. 2. sacrificing to ^T^rq^ 71. Battle, conflict. See
a [ 3T^ OTFl'^rf qr^pr ^^f^r ] 1. that
Agni; fqqt ('^f ) a ladle used in 3f^qq. which is first offered or sup-
sacrificial libations, or ^fJTFfFWfFt^ff- ^ST a. [3f^-r?. ^M' Un. 2. 28] plied. 2. [ ^^ ^ q i l ^ q^^ I ' - ^ ^ F ' ^
^ ^^7 Tv.; See fft^tf^"; ^q[^offering 1 First, foremost, chief, best, pro- ^ ^ ^ ^ ] ^r^FPljq"^F^trq;p^ ^^f^ ^F-
the ^fq"fTW; *'3Tff(%: invocation or minent, principal, pre-eminent; ^- q[f^q:qr^H-^qff^: Tv. ^FT^: l.^Bf^ff-
oblation connected Avitli ^ff^F^. X^^X chief queen; "qTrlHr^^^MI M. 1 ^q: q. V. 2. the focal point. %r?q:
fiW^ c^* [^F?Ttr^-^^ fpf] 1. one front (and hence, fresh) breeze; BTr^- front line of hair; ^ 5 ^g;.- ^qf?:j%
who practises the Agnihotra, or 7f chief seat, seat of honour Mu. 1. K. 86. -Tf: [ 3T^ rr=s=3?qFrrf, T ^ - ^ ] a
consecrates and maintains the sa- 12.-2 Excessive, over and above, leader, a guide; taking the lead;
cred fire. 2. one who has prepared surplus; supernumerary, projecting marching foremost.Tp7i|- a, [3^^
the sacrificial place. (3fF^^ ). ^ 1 {a) The foremost or q^qq^^ql"] foremost, to be ranked
topmost point, tip, point ( opp. ^ , first. --Tnfq?T a. [3T^ q ^ f ^ ] a leader;
BTJTpqf [ ^F'^-qir-#F^ ] 1 The wife q'^q ); ( fig. ) sharpness, keenness;
of Agni and Goddess of Pire, Svaha. jfi'r^^rTfri^H' i"- ^IH- 3. 92. ^ a,
She is said to be a daughter of [ ^ 5fFq^: ^ - : 5 " . ] first born or pro-
Ms. 11.84; q 5 ^ BT?T ^ q^^f &c;qT- duced; B T T ^ n R t r ^ E. 10. 78.('-^:)
Daksha; she longed to be the Avife of
f^^r" tip of the nose; ^gf^'' &c.; 1. The first born, an elder brother;
Agni, and Skanda was pleased to
give her a place with Agni at every ^5Rt^ 'mnra'T^^'^ M. 5; 3T^c^
stood on the tip of the tongue ; B^- yrninq?:?ff^ ^ P . 14. 73. 2. a BrAh-
sacrificial act ( f^q q r ^ ^ ^f^^f^^ ft:-
^ ^ F f ^ ^ ^ l t F ^ ^ r q ^ ^ ^ g ? X^\P^- ^^ fq^r ^5Pf?rriiiqrichl N. 1.5. (b) mana. (-^jfT) an elder sister; so
^^^%TX II^T^^frf ^ q f q S^TTF: q^q-
Top, summit, surface ; ^o5TO, q^"*, WrX, ^rfqr, '^jfFfq.^i^W the fore-
&c. - 2 Pront, van; 3^^ spr put in the part of the calf.^f^q^ 7n. [^^ ;jf?q
front or at the head; rffq^ fTcqi Pt. qX^ ^: ] 1. the first-born,. an elder
# q q ) . - 2 The Treta age.
4 SeeB^.-3 The best of any kind; ^ - brother; ^rfq-^^T^f^qt: =jqr^qqfq.
qqf^^ with the best of chariots; qr- ^ ^ Dk. 2. 2. a Brahmana ( q % q^%
%"-q7 ] N. of an insect, coccinella. ^r^r%: Ekm.-4 Superiority, excel- ^"ST^fFrfrqrq;, or ^xWi WF^fFW, "^W^
^vr 15 wr
SfFrfrqFq, m^^^ y^^F^f^j rf^^F^ Ye. 3. 2. morbid protuberance of ^ ^ ^ ^ f W Tf^ri: H- 1.^29|q=5STJTrf:
f^f^ x^nf^x s^ . . ^rfS|qq-F^F m^- the liv-er. ^fq [ ^ sfqqrH; ^^rqrF^- lead the way ; ^ R"rfr^^ see-
t% q ^ ^ q f ; q^qr^ ^ ^ % ;jlr^ qt-q m ^ q ^ ^qro rfFOT^^qc^F^^^ ^ ^ ( ? ) ing before him.-2 I n the presence
^ c n t g ^ F ff gS": Tknclya) ; ^m^^- Tv.] a kind of sacrificial ceremony of ; qq'qrq^'' Pt. 1 ; BT*Tr^^^r^Rrf -
^ f f ^ l f ^ ^ K. 12; 3 T ^ r ^ ^ r i>k. See sffq-qq-. ^ff^ a. [^ qrq q ^ , qf- Mu. 5; vrfi^rrrff^rrf T^-q ^cf^orj- E . 3.
13. 3. N. of Brahmti, as he was the ^ ^ ] taking the lead, foremost. (-5f) 39 in the very presence of. - 3 First;
first to be born in the waters.f^- an army that stops in front to defy 5^** WrrfT^r?T Pv. 10. 90. 7; ST^tf:^
^r the tip of the tongue.-^^ff the enemy. ^rrf^q^ a. [ sf^ qi^qfq to give precedence to, consider
( Astr. ) the sign of the amplitude. ^ - F W ^ ] taking the lead, leading the most important; to put in front or
- ^ r ^ ^ [ ^ ^ ^F^ ^^^ ; ST^r^=f-fF^ ] van; , 5 ^ ^ ^ ^r^i^'M^H^^rr^f S, at the head of.-Coilll). ^cf?: a, [^fq-q:
a (degraded) Brahmana who takes 7.26,E. 5.62,18.10,5. 3.-%'^q^[3f^ ^X(rX} ^. 2" ] going in front, taking
presents offered in honour of the f^qT^^^q^Jthe principal hero, cham- the lead, {-x ) a leader.
dead ( q ^ f t ^ qfF^ ^fqq qcqit^rrit); pion; ?cr^f^THf ^ ^ ^ ' ' ^ Hf^^^fRf ^ f ^ a. [ sf^ q^ t; 3fq--f^q-^ P.
^ ^ r f ^ ^ ^STTr^^ff ^^frf^r^ i '^- Eam. ; so "q^T; ^ f % = ^ ^ T ^ : . tW l Y . 3. 23. Yart.] 1 Pirst ( i n order,
^*i^iMW (^Tf^Ff^^r^^fTv.) ^^- opening, fore-part; qq^r"* ^ a l . 1.1. rank &c); foremost, best, excellent,
wfx ^^ W' n - ^ r ^ : [ ^ ^-^- tMl?r(T [ ^ ^ ^[fiix ^W' m ] preferable, superior ; CRrTrHf%*Tf '^-
t f q ^ ] =3rR^'^^. ^ : a harbinger; A kind of pot-herb (f%#i-^rF^).;^?s^r ^ O T ^ q r f ^ r l : ^ f Mb. -2Prio'^,
IT^'Tr^FrvqpTlrf: Ye. 1. 22; |r%- the first place or rank; ^^^. ^qf^ff- preceding. --3 Elder, eldest. - 4 Fur-
^X I>k- 20; qfrTrft^Tr sn"^fnT|j5T: q^f^^t^e^rE. 18.30.^^irr^T- [^x^ thest , advanced, first ripe, - 5
E. 6. 12. .fqf^;q-iq predestination; qT^5T^%: ^rF^5rf^=ft^W^ >^^PTF ^ , Further. q : A n elder brother.
prophecy, determining beforehand. Tv.] the register of human actions qf A kind of fruit, Annona Ee-
- ^ : ( ^ 7 0 [ ^ fPT^ ^ ^ ^T-ftrq;, kept by Yama ( qq f|- qff^q^^q qp-q- ticulata.
qrq ] 1. a leader, foremost, first, ^^4IH1H^HI^ ITHFl^^'W ^ (t^qrX ^ r m ^ a, [ 3?^ qq :; 3fq--q- ] Pore-
chief; ''of|-i%?T'ft5: K- 195; 3Tc?r^- ^F ^Tqf^f^ ). ^^^r early dav/n; most, best &c. ?r An elder brother.
^ r ^ t m r ^ ^ ' ^ r I"^- ^- 4 chief. 2. fire. cF^^rgiK.gff^ t^r^^^^TO^^ S, 4 ^ The first fruits; the best jjart.
TTT [^q'ofq;^qF: ^F-^l^] cowage, V. 1. 5^"^ =qFFqq^taking the lead; E .
Carpopogon Pruriens ( sf^f^F^Ffq^). ^^X^ .. [ ^ H^- ; ^X^'^ ] Pore-
9. 23; BTf^^HIij'Hirii ^^qf^^^ ^n% 5. most, best &c.
^rrm^i^. [ ^ ^ cfrfi^; q^-F%% ] 71. '^ff^T [ ^T^* ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ w - ^r ]
happening beforehand, antecedent; 1. a sprout which has tips without ^^ adv. 1 I n front of, before ( i n
"rftR- ^qqf^r H'RTITR' K . 65, qff: fruits. 2. a short method of count- time or space) ; 3 ^ ^ff% ?:^;q ^ " j -
the forepart of the foot; toes; q'qfSh^l- ing immense numbers. f^ a. [ 3f^ qr^^f ^RT: V. 1. 4, E. 2. 56, Y. 2. 7,
^^ir^l^ir^TTT^M.3.12; f^^rfr stand- (pX^ ^^^^; Bh. 3. 36. - 2 I n the presence of, be-
r - ^ " ^ . ] 1. that which fore ; qqf^ ^^^f^ H. 1 . - 3 At the
ing on tiptoe. S. 6. qifoj-: s^"*^^. must be given first. 2.=3TTTlTf^q.
q.V. ^ the highest or first mark f^* (-''^r:,-"TFFfO the forepart head, ahead; ^K^ f^^ fxXX ^^'
of reverence or respect; ''^fRf fl^- Eam.-4 Further on, subsequently, in
of the hand or arm; 3T?Tf^%q- ^ f ? q r the sequel; q-qq^ ^ ^ ^ , T ^ ^ f q - g ^ : ^
^ r ^WPttnr^ rr% Eam. q;q pre-
M^l^Al^f Eatn. 3 ; forepart of the &c. - 5 I n the beginning ; at first,
cedence in drinking. qfNf a. [ Bfq'
trunk ( of an elephant ) ; often first; JTrfrfr^ rf?f: ^ ^ : qr^r41^d1H>rt
^rW^ ^3f5?qf^ q ^ ] growing by
used for a finger or fingers taken E. 4.30; Bff^^^^HM 3TT#H;Br.^r.IJp.,
means of the tip or end of branches,
collectively; # r r t ^ # ';^ff: Mk. 3; Ms. 2. 169. - 6 First, in preference
growing on the stock or stem of
BTm^f^TO^ qq% ^ ^ : Eatn. 1 ; to others; '^''^f^ f t ^ f ^ ^ f ^^X^
another tree, such as '^X^. (--^ :)
^^f%rf f q ^ ^ t ^frf^rf^ M. 1; 57- fK^Art 3. 1 2 ; BTf^f^^r ^Txxr-
a viviparous jdant. yrPT^ [ ^ - l 1-
^ f t t ^ M . 4 ; 'f^rTT^lTWJ^^r- l^fFT. H f ^ ^ ^ 3. 1 1 4 . ' - C o m p . ^ :
the first or best part ( ^-TF^SJ^ ^rqq-
^ q S. 4 slipped from the fingers; a leader.Tff: going in front or
J ^ r q ^ ^5q ). 2. remnant, remain-
also the right hand; ^^ ^^ ^'^^f- before. f^f'^^- -t|^: a man (of one
der (^qqiq-). 3. fore-part, tip,
^ f ^ ^ Ku. 5. 63 ( afq^r^ f'^q^ of the first three castes ) who mar-
point. 4. (astr.) a degree of ampli-
Malli.), Ki. 5. 29. -ff^f^f^ ( ^ : ) [ sf- ries a wife married before ( j q ^ -
tude.^ - ^ F F K ct. [^WHFt{ ^Xmx^ ;
Bf^Fq^ ffq ] first to take or claim q-: %g-: fpqqf ?Tlt: ^ ^ , ^^ ] the be- ft^f^Ftt ). ( - ^ 0 / ^ married woman
(the remnant); 3 T ? * f ^ q r q ^ r f ^ ginning of the year; N. of the month whose elder sister is still unmarried
^FiM^; (jfrer^ TPiT^'fW ^'S' 10. ( : ^ f q t q^^^^qj- qr=^qF^F^^^S53fr | ^ETF
^5^^5qqqr^ 5fr ^ q n ^ Y. 5 claim-
ing the first share of the remnant 35); ff-: ^^^^q|%"^q%: . ffT: a =^F'^F%,OT ^^F =^ f^'^1: ^^rfF ) ; qr-
&c. 3 ^ a.l. having precedence in grant of land given by kings ( to Pf: the husband of such a woman.
eating. 2. gluttonous, voracious Brahmanas ) for sustenance ( 3fq- Tf: [3T^ I'^^T^ Tlfrf, ^TFT^] first to
( ^ F ^ f t ^ ) ; ^ - ^ - [ ^ ^ ^T^'^ ^-Flrq:] ^^T^HF^^, rf^ fpf^ X\^^W[ T^^. protect, - t ^ : [ sfq- ^^qrX, ^-Ftrq; ] pu-
=*'5r.ff^-/.l- goal of ambition or F'qrq^ ^ % ^ ^ : - * c ^ ^ ; ^fF^q'^F^^qF- rifying in one^s presence; having
object aimed atj?f^iT^^ ^^'^i-lf^q^;^: ^ ^ ^ ^ F ^ l t ^ ^ F ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ^ , ?5^f c^F- precedence in drinking. qrf-of
Ki. 17. 5 5 ; ^^rq^T^fM^TT^r^^r ^FT^5r^=^fR% ( t^fr'^> ^ ^ r ^ Tv.); [crq^qrq- ^^^o tT^F'^Frf:; 31?^^ ^ i P .
Si. 1. 82 ( ^rr^^q^^^). 2. the top- Y I I I . 4 . 4 ] the border or skirt of a
most part, pinnacle; fqqrq" Me. 69. ST^rf: adv. [ 3T^ BT^TF^F, ^T^~rfF%'
f ^] forest. ^qr a. [5X'^^TX^{^ m ^Wf^_. Z.
m ^ [ 3 p r ^ ^ ^ = T W F 4 ^ ] flesh (with gen.) 1 Before ( opp. 'J^q;) in 3T^^ P . I I I . 2. 18] going in front,
in tho heart, the heart itself; ^'^ 'qpff^ front of, at the head of; forward ; qf taking the lead, asleader, foremost,
^flnTW 16 ^ ^
first; fqiMiqrit ST^friT^frf^q K. form of a huge serpent 4 yojanas long, BT^r^ . Malicious, wicked, sin-
169; qTr^^^rr% Pt. 1, Mai. 9 and spread himself on the way of the ful, harmful, injurious .
first to die; qfT^^rflR^^- % ^ r l^b. cowherds, keeping his horrid mouth ^ ^ n f ^ ^ [ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^15frf; ^ -
open. The cov/herds mistook it for a
2.29. -^r?cTr: [ ^ ^ " ^ sfq-q^ qqq: mountain cavern and entered it, cows Pn"^ ] Suffering from evil or cala-
^q ] 1. a servant (who precedes his and all. But KWsh?ia saw it, and hav- mity ( sq-^^^rFT); not anointing (*?)
master ). 2. a leader. ing entered the mouth so stretched ^T'ST^ a. Not hot, cold; '^^, ^ ^ -
^^^a. [sT^^jfTrf:, ^T^-^r?^] 1 Fore- himself that he tore it to pieces and
Ff^ the moon whose rays are cold.
most, best, choicest, most essential or rescued his "companions. ] ^ The
important, highest,pre-eminent, first; Goddess of sin; (pl.) the constella- ^ T ^ ^ a. Not terrific or fearful.
rft^q?:^qqqq[^qff^rfr: E. 3.46; 'q- tion u.sually called Magha. -Coilip. - ^ : [ ^ftrf ^ F ^^^\^^ ] 1 N. of
f | ^ 10.66; ^ q ^ : ^X^X^ ^rXH^m ^ ^ : See 3fq- above. BTf : /S'iva or of one of his forms, ( f^?fF'
6.73, 8.28, 14.19, 18.39, Ku. 7.78, (3ffq;) a day of impurity (Bf^F"^ %r^fF^F% ^rrfrt^^rfrf: qx\ I ^^^rf-
f^jf). BTf^^ a, leading a wicked fF'rF m ^ - ^ W ^ ' ^ ^ ^ F F ) - 2 A wor-
Ms. 5.166, 12.30, Y. 5. 14: also life. f r ^ ^ . sinful, wicked, evil-
withloc.;3T?^;qr:^5t?SMs. 3.184. doer, if: ='?fF^?T. ?rr^,-5Tr^?r a. shipper of /S'iva and Durga. ^f
^ : An elder brother ?:Ef The [ 3f^ ^F^^l*^ ] expiatory, destroying [ 3f%^: \^^'. -^^^q^q^ 3T;^qr ^^ 3ftF^-
roof of a house. 3T=^] the fourteenth day of the
sin (such as gifts, muttering holy
^T^r^W ((^' Yed. Having nothing prayers &c.).(-?r:)destroyer of the de- dark half of Bhadra sacred to /Siva
acceptable. mon ^f^; N. of Krishna.%f%?!^ a. (HF^Trnpqf^ q%" fr#rF?^ =^gf# i
^ ^ ^ ^ ^f' 1 Not rustic or rural, r 3f^ qiq^'T^rS'^ ^% ] a sinful eater rf^^HITFF'^-- ^-TF?^^F^?3^3t ^ ).
town-made. -2 Not tame, wild. (one who cooks and eats for his -Comp. ^r^T^TT N . of /S'iva.
^ r a m a. Not acceptable, that own sake and not for Gods, Manes ^^-r^Tr^- ^ follower of AS'iva.
which ought not to be taken or guests &c). jpf^ a. [ ^T4 ^ ^ ^ ^- jfjfTT a terrific oath or ordeal.
accepted as a gift, present &c.; ^ F q - ^ R " ^ ^ ^ ^T^F^O^R^^r^H^lr ^ ^ ^ 3T#T^ . L^FF^cf %fF ^ ^ q^ ^(] 1
r^^R"ffF% ^ 5 ^ * ^ ^ ^ ; i^ot to ^^-^q-^; ] expiatory, removing or de- Hard-sounding,See below.-2 Devoid
be i^erceived, admitted or trusted; stroying sin, usually applied to a of cow-herds. q": The hard sound of a
not to be considered or taken into prayer repeated by 13rahmaiias ( t h e consonant, hollowness of sound with
account. flf N. of the clay or qfTf- 19 0th hymn of Ev. 10.); J^^T^PT^^- which all hard consonants and the
^^X which ought not to be taken for f^ ^ c ^ f^s^ypfof Ak.; ^ f ^ r ^ ^ ^ : W- Yisarga are pronounced ( one of the
purposes of purification. ^XK '^tqrrTrT^r^: I ^^F^'T^'T g % 11 kinds of ^F?r^qr?r, See P. Y I I I .
^ t ^ ^ ^ r ^ f ^ ' T II. The most heinous 2. 1), or the consonants so pro-
1 A finger.-2 A river ; ( according crimes, such as illicit inter- nounced ( ? ^ f qTrF:^2T: + ^:?;^F'^^:
course with a jjrecej^tor's wife, ^ r ^ =^ I w 'Hmrf^^F ^^^^[^ F%-
to others ) single, unmarried ( as
one's ov/n mother, sister, daughter- f^w).
a young woman ).
in-law &c, are said to be expiated ^ ' ^ T ^ ^*^^*^- -^ vocative particle,
^ T ^ = ^ ^ q. V. ( 10 U. ) To by repeating this ^friT thrice in
wrong, sin. another form for 3ff^;^ ( Yed. )
water; q-f^^P^q-'T^^'^ ^ 4 ^ 1 "
^T^ a. [ ^^-^rfFt ^ ' f ] 1 Pad, K. 179, 38. JffC a. [ 3T^ ^F- ^ 1 p ^ a. Not to be killed. s?^:
sinful, evil, wicked; BT^r^RTl^r- 'HTit ^ r ^ F ^ ; "^ f r ^ - ^ ^ l destroying [ ^ rm" ^ ^ t ^ F ^ . ^ 1"^-^^ F'^q^Frf:
^r^%^ ^ ^ ^^frT Pg."'3. 16. sin, an epithet of Gods {qAf ^^WT- Tv. ] 1 Brahma ( Bf^^: ^f^niff^: Un.
?f [ 3T^ qf^ 3T^ ] 1 Sin; BT^ 5Ef %- ^^fFF'^+rf:). ^ a, [3T^ rFF'^i^ 4. 111. ) ~2 A B u l l . - E ? ^ [ ?f ^^~
^ ^ ^ ^' ^^^^^^WiXV^X'^ M s . ^^^^^rf^F^T^^FrJ:, 55^-^q"F^F% FfTq;] W WFf^^^- F'^^^^^F^. ] A cow.
3. 118, Bg. 3. 13 ; 3T#rm%^*^r^^ 1. ^making sin weep and fly', N. of ^T&^ a. Not lit to be smelt.
q-ff^Cr >S^1. 18, 2 6 ; J r W & c . ; a Mantra which destroys sin ; fear- ^ Liquor ( ^ ^ ) .
misdeed, fault, crime; %^r5" ^Wfrf- fully howling ( ^ ) . 2. [ 3f% s ^ ^ ^f-
B ? ^ 1 A. To move in a curve. 10
ft^ fS^^fR. f^ Si, 4. 37 sins and f^frf ^ rfrSfrfr^^T^ ^ ^ , (^^3 ^^^^' ^^^^
II. ( 3^^^m"-W, 3T^H-) 1 To mark,
griefs also. - 2 An evil, mishap, only weeps in times of calamity,
stamp; tiTTr^fRTrfr^f Tff^^TT^r K.
misfortune, accident, injury, harm; but does not try to get over them.
192; ^?rr?f%?Trf^ S, 4 stamped
^ ^ ^ ^ r p r f^i:^i% f^^: Ki. 6. 45 fgr^ : [ ^ 5q-^^qf7fTt it^F qr^q" ] a
with his name; ? r 2 f % ^ ( ^ ^ : ^Rf-
do not think of doing harm or serpent; fearfully venomous ( ^ ).
ff ^ ^ r r ^ Y.4. 7; so E. 3. 55, 6S,
evil; f^FT^ff^nrf ^^^x nr^rrf 3. 52, ^ [sf^q- W : ; ^^^^% ^^J 1.
- 2 To enumerate, count. - 3 To
11. 80; wmx^ rf^T^^f P. 15. 51,.19. indication or reporting of sin. 2.
brand, stain, stigmatize; rf^^r^TPT 5 -
52, See sfrF^. - 3 Imj)urity ( ^ T ^ K ) ; [sftF STf^^ ^^(^ f^3^Ft; ^ ^ - ^ ^ ]
^^F^^nrq ^^ Ms. 5. 63; qr xmx^- a wicked man, such as a thief. "^X ^^mW^^X ^ r | ^ ^ H l ^ r i : Bh. 2.
fKtRrf 9 3 ; ^ q ^ t ^ f ^ n ^ 84. - 4 3. wicked; sin-destroying ( 1 ) . ^ - 54 branded, censured, condemned;
Pain, suffering, grief, distress ; f^f^a. reporting or telling one's ^ W T ^ s f ^ ^ ^ ?f Rf?::Ks. 13. 152
^^3"*f^T^5H" E. 10. 19 not subject sin or g u i l t . ^ : a noted robber ; branded head.-4To walk, stalk, go.
to grief. - 5 Passion. q" ; N. of a rumour of guilt ( ? ). 3 t ^ : [ af^ ^ ^ r t ^ ^ ^F ^T^ ] 1
demon, brother of Baka and Putana Wm a, [ 3T# rSTFrf ^^fF^qfrf ^ - ^ ] The lap (^n, also ); Mehf^^^f^^-
and commander-in-chief of Kamsa. Destroying sin. j f J K r f r ^ : Ku. 7. 5 passed from lap
FBeing sent by Kamsa to Gokula to kill B T ^ T ^ Pen. P . To sin, to be ma- to lap.-2 A mark, sign; BTf^T^T^rsfTr
Krrnlwn, and Balarama he assumed the licious; threaten with ruin. T ^ ^ rrrfr?r E. 7. 9; q r m ^ w ^ r ^
^51^ 17 ^?[r.
Eam.; ?f^^tT5TT^rlr ^ K^^- 2- 64 lap; hence, an embrace; rff^f^ f^X BT^^ a, [ af^-nif^] Fit to be
marked with the signs or traces ^^f^^^^RT^r TOTf Mai. 8. 2. 2. [af- branded, marked or counted. ^F^;
&c.; H?%^f^ tf^f Me. 86; a stain, %^ qrrrqfrf q'Ft^-T. TX. rf. ] a nurse. 3. [ sf% ^rl" ^^q"Rr^F ^ ^ ^%, ^ , or
spot, stigma, brand; f | r : f^C^f^qf^f- (-r^) a variety of plant, Piring or 3t%^rf:, ^ ^ - ^ ] A sort of drum or
^ : K u . 1. 3 ; ^ ^ ^ f frrff^ mr^^: Medicago Esculenta; ^f^-i^F^^^^^*^]- tabor f^TFtrn^^^TF^TT: =^?:^iTrrrF^5f: |
Ms. 8. 281.-3 A numerical hgurc; Tf^: [Bf^t-q^F^ f^ t ^ ^ ^ TFrT^- fltrf^Ffl^^ : 5 ^ ^ % \ fl ^F^^).
a number; tho number 9.-4 A side, |"H[4^ Tv. ] an operation in arith-
flank; proximity, reach ( connected metic by Avhich a peculiar concate- ^FUn.4.61; sf^ft: ^^M] 1 Wind.
with 1 above ) ; ^3cg-%^F^g%% nation or chain of numbers is form- - 2 Pire.-3 Bralima.-4 A Brahmana
Xm^' Ki. 3. 40; ^3:of|-q^^ ^f^^^f- ed by niaking the figures 1, 2 &c. who keeps the sacred fire. ^ : -
^ ^*Tr^t?ligfv|Tf^^vq' Si. 3. 36 ; exchange places ( ^^TF^frr^^nt^^- ^f/. Going; one who goes.
r%fr ^^^^^TFTrffTR ^ T R T ^ff?f Wcf: ^^S^FFtH"?! f^W: ^ t " : I ^f^-
ffq- Bh. 2. 30; Ki. 17. 64, See -3TF- ft-rZTNr^TTFfFi^^: ^^F>f 5^F f^rMg- ^ q r ^ ^ n. [ ^=^-3Tf^ JTr^ ] 1 A
Jfrf below.-5 An act of a drama, mark. - 2 The body.
frf: ^qrFi^ See Lila. 240 ); ( 5f 5 % ?r
for its nature c^^c. See S. D. 278. ffF ^ fn^# ^ ^ : i-^rfW'q" JST^ Kftrf- ^l^p { ety. ? ) A key.
~6 A hook or curved instrument.
- 7 A species of dramatic composi-
Tf^T^'5r|?it ^mrx^ q-F^^^^^wq-Ftr^f^^^). ^ ^ Yed. Water.
tgTjf multiplication of numbers s t ^ t - t [ ^ - ^ ^ = ^ U n . 1.38] A
tion, one of the ten varieties of
or figures. #Vf:. forming the lap, sprout, shoot, blade; ^ ^ f g p ^ =^TT:
;^q-^. See S. D. 519. ^8 An or-
bending the thighs into a curve and ^rf: S. 2.10; oft. in comp. in the
nament ("^"^F). - 9 -^ sham fight,
squatting down. 2. branding with sense of * pointed', ^ sharp ' &c.;
military show ( f ^ ^ j ^ ) . - 1 0 A
a mark that resembles a headless H^?:^^^fs;ffr?:r?l Bh. 2. 4 pointed
coefficient. - 1 1 A place. -12 A sin,
trunk ( 3 T F 1 T ^ * 5 ^ ^ F ^ ^ : ). ^X^ jaws ; ^[%f^^ 5T?^%r?T f^ K. 4
misdeed. - 1 3 A line, curved line ; a
[ 3t^ ;>T^?r ^^. ^. ] 1. seated in the pointed^ nails; ^ 3 ^ r m f ^ ^ ^
curve or bend generally, the bend in
lap or carried on the hip, as an in- ^PT #TfinT: Yb. 4.1 ; q-^H^H^^f,
the arm.-14 The body.-15 A moun-
fant. 2. being within easy reach, r^r?^y#Trfr??5^r^=^'^ Bh. 3. 68 un-
tain. [ cf. L. uncus; Gr. ogJcos ] . drawing near, soon to be obtained ; steady like the pointed flame of a
-Comp.3?^ [3t%- T^q'^TO': ^rfq^F-
flNiTF'^ ^ ^ I'v.] water. ^r^^fR:
BTn"i:^^R^NpTr^r^?r^Ki. 5.52. lamp; ( fig. ) scion, offspring, pro-
3. premature, early ripe, forced fruit. geny; B ^ ^ cF^^nr ^Tr^^rt^ S. 7.19
when an act, hinted by persons at
5 ^ ( 05' ^Wi) ^^^^^ P^i'^ 0^ ^^ 9,ct, sprout or child of some one ; B T ^ -
the end of the preceding act, is
wherein the subject of all the acts ^X^ Dk. 6. - 2 Water. ^3 Blood.
brought in continuity with the
is intimated, is called af^g^^ v/hicli - 4 A hair. - 5 A tumour, swelling.
latter, it is called a^^fcfrfF^ ( descent
suggests the gei^m as well as tho ^XtrX a. [ 3 ? ^ 3T^q ^^Frff:, rff-
of an act ), as the sixth act of
end, e,g. in Mai. 1 cfTFT^^ andsf^f- X^l^ %rX% ] Having sprouts; rf JR-
^S^akuntala or second of Malavikagni-
(^TrfF hint the parts to be played by f^f^^ Y. 1. 12 as if Love has put
mitra (Bf^F^ gf%rf: q-|%^rf^^^^lf^F^rf: |
^qjX^g and others and give the ar- forth sprouts; q%f%^: Dk. 125
^^F^Rrf^^^^TF^rfF^ ^ X^' S. D.
rangement of the plot in brief with drops of perspiration bursting
311 ). Tho Da^anipa defines it ( q ^ ^qr[^ TT^ffJT^^^F ^^Fi%rJT I rf-
differently ; 3f^^rfF^?^^r^ Tl^^- forth.
^qif^^rrrf: I ^pf: ^fl^^rfj-cq- f^q-iflr:
^^^^jFR-FTFf#5fr^^r^* '^ rfc5:11 s. D.
^cTfrqrH; 1. 56.BTr^rTrT,-iTrf. [it. rf.] 312). The Da^arupa defines it thus: ^t^-^lT^rFrf: ^ ] An abode of birds,
come within the grasp or reach; f^- ^^FrfCFF^Hl^-M f^^FF^^te^^-ifFH: | i. e. animals, a nest ( of birds ).
W^i WK^^11. 2. 38; f^^f ^fcsf-
where a character at the end of ^ t ^ ^ t [ 3 t ^ - r J ^ ^^^ Un. 4.
spT^fjpffrfjT E. 13. 67.^FT^f mark- an act cuts short the story and in- 107] A hook, a goad; Proverb: f^^^
ing, branding c^c.^^ the science troduces the beginning of another ^rtFT RPtfrtf m r r : why higgle
of numbers ( arithmetical or alge- act; as in the second of Mv. t ^ ^ : about a trifling thing when the
braical). ^ ^ - D f f 1. bearing or [ Bi%?f -^-^"^Ti 3T#F ] a kind of tree whole bargain ( of which it forms
having marks, such as those on tho (f%=^[3-) ginger. rTPT: subtraction part ) has been struck ( the goad
body of a Yaishnava. 2. manner of of numbers. f^^f the science of ought to follow the elephant ); ^ -
holding the person, figure.qK^^: numbers, arithmetic.
[ ^. rf. ] 1. turning on the other 3^?f [ at^-^nrq- ^r^ qfF ?J^ ] 1 A f^^^ ^m^x^ fx^^^xvm^^K
15. 97; (fig. ) one who checks, a
side. 2. rolling or dallying in tho mark, token; ^^ichHrfH Mid. 9.46 corrector, governor, director; ^^^^xf^
lap or on the person; B^TR ^TTWrf- marks of love. - 2 Act of marking.
- 3 Means of marking, stamping, &c. ^ ^^TT fli^r'^l^ ^ ^ S^i^AI: Mu. 3.
^ ^ T ^ [ ^^'^^T^rf-3T^] Having 6; ^ fim*i^Vl" K. 16. 81; a res-
Mai. 5. 8 (an occasion for) embrace
marks; trappings (1) ( ^^ BTf^rqn^). traint or check; ppr^^nT- ^^M- poets
( 4 % #(% ^IdHNH # 4 ^<i|ir^J!?r
BTRT^T m. n. [ Bf^: afff^rpff^^^ have free license or are unfettered.
f?q^: -Jagaddhara; so ^q-ftl^q;; ^ ^ :
3^^qjf^^^ sf^-fR' ] A sort of drum ^ one of the 24 Jaina Goddess-
^ifr *r^ M. 3. - q r ^ ^ N. of a Yrata;
or tabor'(3t%"^fF]^qf ^ ^ ^ ^^fff^Fi^- es, [cf. Germ, angel.'] - C - o m p . - H -
title of a chapter in the ^^qFrrroTF^.
% : ^:-FF^F%OT ) *-?ft [ ^^i^ ^' ^: an elephant-driver; ^T^g^RtsS^r-
- q T f ^ : - r # [ qf-BflrT q, rf. ^F. ^\^]l. ^^';' ^^Tc^o fPf 1^ ] 1 A number Ttf fl^W.'/S'i. 12.16 -J^.'[^'*rr.3Tf%?!-
the extremity or region of the lap of marks or signs . - 2 A woman hav- ^ % ^ ^ ^ ] a restive elephant.^f-
( W ^ ^ or ^ ^ ) ; a seat in the ing marks ( of branding &c. ), f^ m. a keeper of an elephant. j " -
3
w^ 18 ^inr
ST [ ^^TP^rrF J^F ] 'I m a r k resem- w h o l e ; as ^H"nt XJ^, was in ancient times ruled by Karwa. ]
= ^ ^ t ^ ^^>
bling a goad in form ( ^^qf "^ ^ - ^ - a. l C o n t i g u o u s . - 2 I I a v i n g members
" ^ 5 : ' ^ ^ ' 4 "^^frX: ^ n w see t h e words;
m ft^TF ^-T--q q-#ftT^: I r f M F%F'^^I- or divisions. -Com]).Btf^,-Bt3ff'>Tr~
^ n r r ^ r r ^ P t . 5. 56;^f^#?gf%^cg;:F^-
^ ^ ^TF H-^Ff^^FtrfF ) . ^ : [ ^r[-^q 3tpT% ^i^F: ] t h e relation
t % ^ R P T ^f^f^T: Ms. 1 1 . 1 1 . (Hence)
^ ^ R r F f a. [ f rpf ] U r g e d on b y of a l i m b to t h e body, of t h e sub-
(b.)A supplementary or auxiliary por-
a hook, goaded. ordinate to t h e ^principal, or of
tion, supplement; q^jif: or ^fTf: t f : .
B t ^ f ^ 5 a. [ ^^^^ ?r^] Having a t h a t w h i c h is helped or fed to t h e
(c.) A constituent part, essential re-
h o o k or goad; l a y i n g hold of ^vith helper or feeder ( jfr^g^^^TF^:, ^q"-
quisite or component;^^r5"f?r*P' 7.59;
a hook. rffinr^^s^t Tx^^ri ^ r ^ t r P- 3. 46. ^qrqF^Fr^^TF^^); e. g, ^7^3f and other
^ ^ ^ ^ ^^Yed. Moving tortuous- ( d . ) A n a t t r i b u t i v e or secondary rites are to ^f[ as its angas, while
l y t o escape* part; s e c o n d a r y , auxiliary or de- ^ ^ is to t h e m t h e a^igt] spTffrr^r^yf-
^^Kt [ ^T^-^%[K??Frr ^X% ] A p e n d e n t m e m b e r ( s e r v i n g to help
sprout, See ^ ^ ; r ; ^^^q-=f^f^^^^Tr^ t h e principal one ) ( opp. ^^F^f or 3f- ?rr%-^ ^sCr ^ r ^ f f i^: 11 n . 2. 149;
M v . 6. 45. fT]7T); BFff ffsT^C^^-^^f^ ^%Tfff?f ^ : ^ :

3 ? ^ ^ : [ ' ^ K ^ ^ ^ ] = ^ T ^ ^ q.V.
^ : s. 1). 517; BT^ ^^^r^ri^^^wf- ^^H'f^^T ^^ ^f#\^:Malli. on Ki.6. 2;'
TX Malli. on K i . 8. 26. (e.) A n auxi-
liary means or e x p e d i e n t (T^TF^q"^" K. P, 10 (3Tg^FfrF3^Fr-f^^ ) ^Tf^-
^mxttr, 3 K . # T - ^ - ^ ] N . of a
TTT ^qF^ : or ^ ^ ? 7 ^ } ; ^ o F T f t ^ f l T S 5 - Cf : , - ^ v f l ^ : 1. lord of t h e Angas, N .
tree (Mar. fct^rF),Alangium I l e x a p e t a - SFc^^^T^V^q-^^ I Tf^r ^X^ f ^ ^ : of K a r n a ( cf. n ^ : , qrit h t^X ',
luni; so 3fr^fc5-^:, ^^(^ ^ ^ ; ST^T'?5"gR-|. ^ff^^: ^ f % r T II/S'i. 2. 2 8 - 2 9 ; See 3f^F^^:). 2. d o r d o f a rTtR"*, t h e planet
-CoiU]). ^ ^ : n. sort of poison Bt^fFT, q'=q"i?T f^lso ( t h e angas of t h e presiding over i t ; ( ^TTrf^cr ^(%-
prepared from t h e A n k o l a plant. several sciences or d e p a r t m e n t s of pf ^ r t l t ^ ^ T ^ ; ^^F^F^: ^E^^l f>Tjr^^-
^ t ^ t f e ^ T (probably a corruption knowledge will be given u n d e r ftpT : ^ ? t F ^TF%#F ^F J y o t i s h a ) . s ^ ^
of BfcfTTFF^^F ) A n embrace. those words). - 4 ( Gram. ) A name effect of a secondary sacrificial act.
^ ^ 10 P . ( ^f^qi^ ) 1 To craAvl. for t h e base of a w o r d ; lif^r^^T^^^H'- SR'^^r-^^'.^vSrfl .besmearing t h e body
- 2 To c l i n g . - 3 To check, h o l d back. pT^^T^ftflT^t S F t P- I. 4. 1 3 ; ^ : TJ- w i t h fragrant cosmetics, r u b b i n g it
&c.Dk. 39. 2. a s u p p l e m e n t a r y sacri-
^T^ 1 P. {^riin, ^X[^, ^Xl^t) To f ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ t q r B t q ^ ^ r ^ Sk. T h e BT- ficial a c t . ^ : spasm; seizure of
go, walk. 10 P . 1 To walk, go IX t e r m i n a t i o n s are those of t h e nom- t h e body w i t h some illness.^-irff^
round. - 2 To m a r k (cf. 3 T ^ ) . - W i t h inative, a n d accusative singular a n d a. [ ^r]\^ offif^ ^5T- ^ . ] p r o d u c e d
m (TFr5") to stir up. - f ^ q r ^ to dual. - 5 ( D r a m a ) (a.) One of t h e from or on t h e body, b e i n g in or on
envelop, veil. sub-divisions of t h e five j o i n t s or t h e body, b o d i l y ; ' ^ ? : i f : , "-^Tf: BTo^--
^ T t ^?^f^. A vocative particle mean- sandliis in dramas; t h e 5 ^ has 12, ^- cRT^T: ^^^' 2. p r o d u c e d b y a sup})lo-
ing 'well,' 'well, sir,' ^indeed,' ' t r u e ; ' m g ^ 1 3 , ^ ^ 1 2 , f ^ i T ^ 1 3 a n d ^ : c p ^ n : m e n t a r y rite. 3. beautiful, orna-
'assent' (as i u Bfifrf );BT3Tr ^ f % t ^ ^ T r ^ 14, t h e t o t a l n u m b e r of t h e angas m e n t a L ( - ^ : ) - ^ 3 " ^ also 1. a son.
?fr^: K . 2 2 1 ; !T5?f^ ^ F T ^ ^ ^ ^f ^f- being t h u s 64 ; for details see t h e 2. hair of t h e b o d y ( n also ) ; rr^ff-
^^^tX M v . 3. 5; BT^ B T ^ ^ r a f t ? T - words, {b.) T h e whole b o d y of sub- ^ C N ' ^ ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^i- 18- 32. 3.
f-lff ? r r ^ r ^ ^ ^ : l^k. 59; BT^T ^ B W ordinate characters. - 6 ( A s t r . ) A love, cupid ( sfif ^ ^ t ^^KF^^F^f: );
q ^ P . Y I I I . 1. 33 Sk; BtsTfvff^^Tff name for t h e position of stars (^Rrff ), i n t o x i c a t i n g passion ; BtTflrf^rTfr-
See sfrrf^'r^.-T A symbolical express-
tf^ ^X^XXH P . V I I I . 2. 96 Sk.; ^ f f ^ ^
ion for t h o n u m b e r six ( d e r i v e d qrqrTH D k . 1 6 1 . 4. d r u n k e n n e s s , in-
X^m ^^r'%: Si. 16. 34, 2. 12; K i . 10. from t h e six Y e d a n g a s ) . - 8 T h e t o x i c a t i o n . 5. a disease. ( - ~ ^ ) a
55, 13. 65; used w i t h (^ in t h e sense m i n d ; ^ c n ^ W ^ - ^ J R f f t : Si. 1. d a u g h t e r . ( - ^ ) b l o o d . ^ ^ : [ ^qr,--
of ' h o w m u c h less', or diov^^ m u c h 1, See a t n ^ a l s o . ^ : ( p l . ) N . of a A^ Bff^Ftf ^ ^ : ] t h e disease called
more;' W%^r%r ^^T^^ff^ff^f^f^'E^ c o u n t r y a n d t h e people i n h a b i t i n g ^C^jfTf^TTl', ^ sort of c o n s u m p t i o n . f r -
^ R f i f c ^ ^ ^ ' f g f^'=f^ WffTrft M v . 3 ; it, t h e c o u n t r y about t h e m o d e r n q-; one of t h e six m i n o r Dvipas.
B h a g a l p u r in Bengal. [ i t lay on the ^ r ^ : [^^ A^'A^^ -^m'] touch-
^ r H t ^ P t . 1. 7 1 . Lexicographers south of Kaiisiki Kachchha and on the i n g t h e limbs of t h e body w i t h t h e
give t h e following senses of BT'T'.-F'^- right bank of the Ganges. Its capital h a n d accompanied b y appropriate
was Champa, sometimes called Angapuri,
^ ^ 5^PT ^ ^TTTTFf^^F^cT^F I f f ^ t F -
Lomapadapur^*, Kar/iapurt or Malini. Ac- M a n t r a s . cnfr?: / . [ ^xA m ^ A^-
cording to Da??/iin ( ^ t ^ J ^ f ^ ^ f W " '^AA ^^, ^FF-TF^-f ] ^^ embrace (pro-
ST'T [ ^ T ^ ^ ? ^ ^o-Txq;; according to q\q\: ) and Hiouen Thsang it stood on bably a corruption of 3^T^irq"Ff^). q i -
N i r . 3fit BPT^FFH; 3t^5^F(T ^ F ] 1 T h e the Gauges about 24 miles west of a x^mx = 3T^rq-FF^ q- v. xr^^ [ xm.
body. ~2 A l i m b or member of t h e rocky island. General Cunningham has t^ ] every l i m b , large a n d s m a l l ;
body; tpqpsTRqtor?^^ f ^ ^ l * - ^^^^-l- shown that this description applies to "mxH TTf^TF W f r K . 167, 7 2 . - ! 7 r -
33; I f ^ ' ^ F F F r T t ^ P^" ^' ^2 w i t h o u t the hill opposite P^thargh^ta, that it is ^ r f ^ r t [ WXX^ ^^^^ ^\W^^ ] ex-
24 miles east of Bhdgalpur,and that there
undergoing troubles; f r% ^ ^ T ^ T T ^ - piation of bodily i m p u r i t y , such as
are villages called Champanagar and
'^^ifFHr^^Tr^tft^Trfri K i . 11. 34 do Champapura adjoining the last. Accord- t h a t caused b y t h e d e a t h of a re-
n o t be influenced or swayed b y t h e m ing to >Sanskrit poets the country of the lative, consisting in m a k i n g presents
( do not be subject to t h e m ) . - 3 {a.) Angas lay to the east of Girivraja the ( tT^^JHM^qr^cf^qT^ ^fq" ^ J f ^ q - ^ -
A division or department ( o f a n y capital of Magadha and to the north-east Tfj^xTTv. ) . " ^ : a. [ ^\TX^ ^mxmx
t h i n g ) , a part or portion, as of a or south-east of Mithila. The country * T ^ ; ^-flri^ ] b o r n from t h e b o d y
W{ 19 m^
or mind. (-^:) 1. a son. 2. Cupid. 3. telling good or evil by the move- 3FF#r [ ^ T T ^ ^^t ^?F%" ^-'T ] 1 A
one who ments of limbs; N. of chapter 51
[ ^t^F^F ^ ^ ^ V F ^ F ^ ' ^TF^ ] liml); 3T^^ ff^'^%r?Tf ^^Hf^^^if;?!^:
has touched and purified, and then of B?'*hat Samhitii vdiich gives IJ. 1. 20, 24.-2 The body; ftf^ ?:^%
restrained, his limbs by repeating full details of this science ; ?f ^^- ^f: Pl'^^ffrTrsiTFf^ Si. 4. 66.
the Mantras pertaining to those ^brft^T^f.. PT^f [^"^rf^[ff%f3:Ms. ^X'W^X [ ^A ^F~-SF^f^ ; ^r^'^lA
limbs; ^fffTf^iTf^ ^RT^fcfir Ku. 6. 50. ftf^: [ ^TXX^ T4F%T-^fFt^: X^^^ ^"^, mq\ TFqr ] A bodice or
3. 15 (^%3frrrift^F^ ^FTT^t f^^- f^f^t f^F^ ] ^ subordinate or sub- jacket.
f^A^m T- ^^-TF^, f rfff^^^: Malli. ). sidiary act subservient to a knov/- BTFT^ a. [ 3fT7-3j^Fq%' ^y^] 1 Cor-
"it^: 1. palsy or paralysis of limbs; ledge of the principal one ( T^fF'Tf'^- poreal, having limlxs, embodied, in-
'm^^f^^^r ^r^^r'^ s. 2. 2.F^R^^T^^qt^tF^^^q^F 3Trf[tf^:). ^fi:: carnate; wjfhf^mf^r^rH^rffT r^f-
twisting or stretching out of the chief or principal hero.^^itt [ ^ - TX^X^ P. 10. 84, 38; one who has a
limbs ( as is done by a man just after n^3tTT%^F %ct W^qm^l w^A m body; ^?rrit?T f^f ^?f ^tf^^f f^^r^-^
he rises from sleep ) ; ^ T r W 3 ^ r ^ WJ". ] 1. a sign, gesture or express- ^XXXm^^ ^Xm Sk.; 5iff^r% g^f^tf^^f
Yb.; %Hr|: ^fiT^^: Mu. 3. 21, ion of the face leading to a know- Si. 2.94. - 2 Having subordinate
K. 85. JN": N . of a Mantra. ledge of internal thoughts ( ^TF^ilT)- parts ; chief, principal; % sr^^fRT-
?Tt: [ ^XA ^k^\A', ^^^FF^ ] 1. one 2. a nod, wink. 3 changed bodily
who shampoos his master's body. 2. appearance, qf^^ a defect or 5Tf W : , ^^ ^^ m^^x w^xxx ifx
[ ^Tf^ ^3T ] act of shampooing ; so flaw in the performance of some
"fX^^i or '^fl^, ^ ^ - P H . -^^.or F'^F'^) subordinate or subsidiary act ^xm^ ^fff: #f^>f5fr ^ i r B. D.
one who sliainpoos. sr^: [ q, cT. ] which may be expiated by think- Bpff^ a. [ ^x^'^ ] 1 Belonging to
rheumatism; ""iq-^g^-t the curing of this ing of Yishnu ); '^F^Ff|T^'g:tfr ^AxA the body. - 2 Peferring to the
disease. 'Ci^: ,-?TW: [ ^Fft^rF: W"- ] q-f%"N"^"l?^ ^A ^ffKTO^^FF^ f^^- Anga country.
a subordinate sacrificial act which ^^r'^^l" ^\x^ f^qfA^mm Tv.).--^- ^rsx a. l^n-q^ ] Belonging to or
is of 5 sorts: JETF'^^F ^ ^ , ?F^5^F?F^^Rf, X^XX:- ^XXWy^X [ ^A Aix^xAA ^A^ ; connected with the body, corpo-
^t\ q^fAy ^liA^, X^X^l'^X ^T^rf fl^ f - ^ r ^ or ^ % - ^ ^ ] 1. embellish- real.
q-^^vff: I AA^ ^fT^f^F^t^T (T^-^%^ ment of person, x)ersonal decoration, ^Tf!lt = 4 ^ ^ q.V.
q-^^qirTF^'TF'^^^F^Fg'T^Tt^f^F A\^m\ doing whatever secures a fine per- ^TTTCT: [ 3frrf^ w^AA^, ^-n ^{x^
Tv. ??TFr:-^ [^q-rf ^X^A^ X^' ] N. sonal appearance, such as bathing, Sffrf J 1 A conveyance, vehicle ( / .
of a plant J^tt^^^i" found in ^FF'^^^ rubbing the body, perfuming it also ). -2 [3^^^^ ^^AA ^^\\^m ^AxA
country and having red powder with cosmetics &c. 2. [ ^Tcfit ^%] ^X\A ] Pire. ~3 Brahma. - 4 [ ^A(x
( r^FTcfF^^ ) . W ^ : [ ^fA XmA; X- one who decorates or embellishes 3f|Tf ] A Brahmana Avho maintains
^-17^^ ] ^ body-guard, personal at- the person. ^ | % : / compactness, the sacred fire.
tendant Pt. 3. --xwfx [ ^A X^AA symmetry ; body ; ^q-^RJf f^TrfFFf- ^1^ [^A ^mA ^F^^Rf ^^qrf?r, wx
^^iff ] ^ eoat of mail, or a gar- =rf^ K i . 13. 50; or strength of the ^ ^ l o r ^ F - ^ ] An ornament, bracelet
ment. ( - ' T ) protection of person. tf- body. ^Tf: bodily contact, union; &c. worn'on the upper arm,an armlet;
3T: [ ^xA X'^AA ^^^ ^X^ ^3T ] 1 . a coition. ^f^^: a personal attend- tTH^^f^lTOf: Y. 1.14; ^ q ^ ^ t T l ^ -
scented cosmetic, application of per- ant, body-guard, ^^it^: [ ^A. ] IT^^ P . 6.73. ^ 1 The female
fumed unguents to the body, fra- a subdivision of a science.' ^ ^ : fit- elephant of the south (1).~2 A wo-
man who offers her person for use
grant unguent; ^'sq'Tf^ff BTT^f'T^ P . ness or cpialification for bodily contact ( WX ^Ff^^Tqfrf).^: 1 N. of a son
12. 27, 6. 60, K u . 5. 11. 2. [^F'^C^J^] or being touched by others. ^fR:
of Yali, monkey-king of Kish-
act of anointing the body with un- / . 1. a defect or flaw in the perform- k i l l d h a . [ He was born of Tar a, VaK's
guents. 5 ^ [ sTTf xtm] ^f fm^ ^' ane of a secondary or subsidiary wife, and is supposed to have been an
act (^"Ij'^^) ; l ^ r ^ ^ ^ g ^JTTfrwt^- incarnation of Brihaspati to aid the
7.ff^:/. written character of the ^XXA: sraT^% I ^T??^R"^ ffft^f: ^ET'Jff cause of Rama ( and hence noted for his
Angas.^cf: [wx f^-^ ^ > ^ ; f^qr- ^^fim% ^XA: W -^XX: [ ^^f f|-?fpf eloquence ). When, after the abduction
^X^ ^EfoT ] 1. a scented cosmetic. 2. ^cT^rf: =^r^AA ^^, W-W^ or^i% ^T^] of Sita by Eava??a, Rama sent monkeys
in all quarters to search for her, Aiigada
[ 'H\A ^3T ] act of anointing. t ? r ^ : gesticulation, movements of the was made chief of a monkey-troop pro-
( ety. 1 ) a kind of grass, ginger or limbs, a dance; ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ W f - ceeding to the south. For one month
its root, Amomum Zingiber.f^- ^rt Ki. 7.37, K u . 7 . 9 1 . - ^ r n : : [at- he got no information, and, when conse-
^\^ <^. [ (J. rf. ] 1. maimed, jmralys- A fi"^ ^"^ : f-^F<5F^] 1- gesticulation. quently he determined to cast oilf his
ed. 2 fainting, swooning.fsf^R-f'^:/. 2. stage ; dancing-hall. fpT a. life, he was told l^y Sampati that Sita
1. change of bodily appearance; col- [ ^. rf. ] 1. mutilated, deprived of could be found in Lanka.- He sent
Maruti to the island and, on the latter's
lapse. 2. [sfrF^q F5ff^^Fr5-?fFf^4^.rr some limb, crippled. 2. having
return with definite information, they
*cf. ^. ] an apoplectic fit, swooning, some defective limb ( Bfif ^^ q ^ - joined Rama afc Kishkindha. After-
apoplexy (afq^Tfix).f^gFTTr: a bodily F%rF^^lF^H; sf^q" qx^ ) ; according to wards when the whole host of Rama
defect. fqf^T: 1- movement of Su^ruta a man is so born, if the went to Lanka Angada was despatched
the limbs; gesticulation. 2. a kind mother's fTf^ has not been duly to Rava??a as a messenger of peace to
of dance. f ^ f [ ^^f^^i ^^^^^TFR;-fulfilled ( ^F ^^TIFI^F ^A ^^ATX ? ^ - give him a chance of saA'ing himself in
time. But Ravaa scoi-nfully rejected
^fr^q"F (A^ '^^m'^A] l. the science f^rfTT I ^r5-5V|-tFf^F ^A ^^{Tixf^ m
his advice and met his doom. After
of grammar &c. contributing to ^xqK\\A^AT^^t^mm^% lAm^m I Sugriva Angada became king of Kish-
knowledge. 2. the science of fore- ^5fF^^ rr?5rf^FF%ffFt^^m'f'T^^[t^). kindha. Iu Qommon parlance a man
^1^ 20 ^rf^R
is said to act the part of Angada when W%] N . of C h i t r a r a t h a , k i n g of W^xr^ [ q'F^ff^n^ ] A heap of
he endeavours to mediate between two t h e Gandharvas. [ On one occasion, charcoal.
contending parties, but without any suc- while he was sporting with his wife,
he saw Kunt* with her five sons pro- BTPT'" ^^' ^ - of a sage Avho
cess. ].-2 N . of a son of L a k s h m a n a
by ^ r m i l a ( E . 1 5 . 9 0 ) , h i s capi- ceeding to the capital of Panchala in received t h e 5riFR"qT from A t h a r v a n
disguise. He accosted them and asked and imparted it to Satyavaha.
tal being called A n g a d i y a . - 3 N .
them to tell him where they were go-
of a warrior o n t h e side of Diiryo- ing, or to fight. Arjuna accepted the
d h a n a . - C o m i ) . f ^ ^ : t h e crest-like challenge; but Angarapar^^a finding % ^XXA %^^} U n . 4. 2 3 5 ; according to
forepart of t h e A n g a d a ornament. Arjuna to be a very skilful warrior
A i t . Br. ^ f i f ^ is from BT^FT"; A ^t-
gave him a secret lore called chakshush^
(enabling one to see the smallest ^ ^ F ^ ^ i e ^ r t F ^ H ^ ^ ; so N i r . ; srVrf^^
3f^; a t r r - ^ ^ , ^ ^ Tv. ] 1 A place things ) and took from him in re- %^^Tq"^R^F0J^'Of a celebrated sage t o
t o w a l k in, a courtyard, a n area, turn a lore called Agnisirastra and w h o m m a n y h y m n s of t h e i^^gveda
y a r d , court ; Jjf ; iFf^f t h e wide became a friend of the Pa/i(iavas. ] are ascribed. (Etymologically Angiras is
firmament; ^: %"^^^^ Mai. "-Tf^f'-^f^^r a portable fire-pan. connected with the word Agni and is often
1 situated or being i n t h e court- , 3 ^ - [ ^ U % ^ r5tFtrf^^ gsq- Zf^q- ^ : ]
regarded as its synonym (|%% ^ ^ ^5rf)-%
y a r d . - 2 [ ^iXX^ ^^ ] A conveyance. t h e p l a n t t i r ^ . i t ^ r ' t ^ r ] ^^X\ ^ ^ > ^ ^ ^ ^ P f ^ : ; s f ( ^ f F P T : ^ R F ^ : A^^rX-
~ 3 [ H\A t ^ ] Going, w a l k i n g &. r^X^\ A^X\ qx^\' ] a s h r u b Cesalpi- ^{^ ^^^F^^F^F ^ I ' ^ n ^ffF^T:). Accord-
nia B a n d u c e l l a ( ^ ^ ^ r t ^ f 5 ^ ) . ^ - ing to Bh^rata he was a son of Agni. When
W ^ j - ' ^ T [ ^^X\ ^ K-rh'hr^rmrX X^X ] Agni began to practise penance, Angiras
^^qF^ ?f: P . Y . 2. 100. ] 1 A wo- himself became Agni and surpassed him
N . of various p l a n t s , ^t^, ^ % ^-
m a n or female i n general; ^q, ^^, in power and lustre, seeing which Agni
5ff. ^ o j ; [ ^4"^ ] a sort of bamboo. came to the sage and said :j^f^qy.
| t ^ &C.-2 A w o m a n w i t h well-
r o u n d e d l i m b s , a beautiful woman. ^ r ^ : ^ : - ^ [ ^ ^ F ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ] 1 Char- J^^f^'^^ ^-m: ^ ^ F ^ I HF'^qFf^
^ 3 ( Astr. ) coal. ^ ~ 2 M a r s ; f^:^^
Yirgo. - 4 T h e ^m''TX^ (iAtA^ m^^rq^ ^ =^ II A n g i r a s said:
female e l e p h a n t of t h e n o r t h . ff^TO": M k . 9. 3 3 ; ^n[: course of ^ ^ g ^ q-3fF^3f ^^nrr^'^irq^c: I ^i" =^
- C o m p . ^PT: Mars, See chapter 6 of llr^hat Sam-
1. t h e female ' ^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^A^^\ || rF^?5;r^nnr%
h i t a . - 3 T u e s d a y {i\A,'q(^X')' -4
sex, w o m a n - k i n d . 2. women. f^^ g[F^q'5TT^qF^rF^4^'fF^. He was one of
N . of a prince of Sauvira. - 5 N . of the 10 mind-born ^ons of Brahma. His
a. beloved of w o m e n . (-3if:) N . of
t w o p l a n t s ^ t 2 " C a n d ^'rf^^f, Eclipta wife was /S'raddh^, daughter of Kardama
a p l a n t ( ^WX\ ) J o n e s i a A^oka, for
( or Yerbesina) P r o s t r a t a , a n d w h i t e and bore him 3 sons, Bt'ihaspati, Uta-
w o m e n are fond of d e c k i n g t h e i r thya and Samvarta, and 4 daughters
or yellow A m a r a n t h . ^ [^f^TF^ ^ -
persons w i t h A^oka flowers. Kuhw, Siipvali, Raka and Anumati.
^ ] 1 A small s p a r k . - 2 A medicated
The Matsya Pura?m says that Angiras
^TT# l^A x^^ mA mA^\A oil i n w h i c h t u r m e r i c , Diirva, Manji- was one of the three sages produced
^(AW^'WX. ^ft^cFFFF'^^ H ^ , m-^ s h t h a a n d o t h e r substances have from the sacrifice of Varuiia and that
Tv. ] D r i e d fruit. beenboiled.-Comi).JTp>r: [^^TF^r^T^ he was adopted by Agni as his son and
acted for some time as his regent. An-
^ T T ^ w i . [^t^-Bfg'^ f l ^ ] A bird. X^q: T[f&f: ^[f^, ^ . ] a coral (^x^^) (rf^q other account, however, makes him
=^ r ^ ^ ^ ^ ?fF%^; m'A^A ^\^\ tA father of Agni. He was one of the
^ftrrrcj-t [ ^^-^Ft^ iiy. 3. "A^ 5 ^ ^rmA'^ I ^^ '^ ^ ^^{rx). seven great sages and also one of the
1 3 4 ] 1 Charcoal ( w h e t h e r h e a t e d or 10 Prajapatis or progenitors of mankind.
n o t ) ; frfgR-^^fff ^fff rnrJirrij^fJT:
^t^rft:/ [M-nFT Tf^3-^ ?%^o ^Trftq':] In latter times Angiras was one of the
A portable fire-pan, brazier. inspired lawgivers, and also a writer on
^Jff^; ^ 3 ^ ^ f r T '^fTTf^: ^fcf: f T ^ f -
Astronomy. As an astronomical perso-
5qt ^ H. 1. 80; 'c^^Efr ^^^E^^t^rcr: nification he is BWhaspati, regent of Ju-
f r f ^ ] C h a r r e d , roasted.
5|tf%rff: P t . 1 y o u have ruined piter or Jupiter itself. He is also re-
yourself w i t h y o u r o w n h a n d s ; cf. ^ T T f T t ^ l^mx XA^A ^ ^ : ^ ^ 3^^ garded as the priest of the gods and
" t o dig a m i n e u n d e r one's feet"; ^ ^ - ^ ^ q * ] 1 A portable fiire~pan.-2 the lord of sacrifices. Besides iS^raddha
^ r d ^ n K Y e . 6 destroyer or pest of T h e stalk of t h e sugar-cane.-3 T h e his wives were Sm?nti, two daughters
t h e K u r u family.-2 The planet b u d of t h e B u t e a F r o n d o s a (f%^r^). of Maitreya, some daughters of Daksha,
Svadha and S a t i He is also regarded
M a r s . - 3 A plant itrfRrff? %?^:-F|rfF^- B T ^ K ^ f [ 3tTTF?:~^ff?^W fF^ 1 1 A as a teacher of the Brahmavidya. The
cft.-4 N . of a prince w h o fought small fire-pan. - 2 T h e region heat- Vedic hymns are also said to be his
w i t h k i n g M a n d h a t r ^ . i; a. E e d , of ed b y t h e s u n , t h o u g h n o longer daughters. According to the Bhagavata
a r e d colour.9[ E e d colour.-Coill}). exposed t o i t s r a y s . 3 A creeper Purana, Angiras begot sons possessing
Brahmanical glory on the wife of Ra-
B T ^ T T " [ ^ ^ F n ^W'^qrf m^ ^X^ i n general.
th*tara, a Kshatriya who was childless
^ ^ ] ^ vessel t o t h r o w or e x t i n g u i s h ^^ITCT a, l^tm ^x^ A^A; mx^xfo and these persons were afterwards called
c o a l s . ^ f ^ a. [ ^xmx ^^Wx f - P T - ^7X%\ Charred, roasted, h a l f - b u r n t . descendants of Angiras. The principal au-
thors of vedic hymns in the family of Angi-
j % ] one w h o prepares coal for sale. - r f : - ^ [sf^FrF%^ ^TF^rft; ^t^Fr-flrqrrf-
ras were 83. His family has three distinct
^^S"^: [ ^ ^ ^ ^ f S T ^ - ^ ] N . rf t ^A^ =^ ] A n early b u d of t h e f^-- branches ^ ^ | ? r w , %rf^JF'rF?:^ a n d m^-
of a p l a n t flrfF^rfr. ^ p f r [ ^^TKF ^ F - ^ ^ tree, -^^ff 1 = 3TTrFr=Ff^ q . v . - 2 ^\W\AX^ each branch having a number of
qW^^F; MT-^TF^l: ^ 2 ; ^rq:],-^rm^r A b u d i n general. - 3 A creeper. subdivisions. . ( p l . ) 1 D e s c e n d a n t s
( r i r l H H ). - 4 N . of a river. of Angiras, [ Angiras being father of
[X^ ^ ^ ] ^ portable fire-pan,brazier.
Agni they are considered as descendants
-"^R:Hrr%rf [ 5 . rf. ] roasted food or ^^r^r^f a. [BtTfft^^: tfrnf^; BTTF^T-S-] of Agni himself who is called the first
meat.cf^ [3T^5cnT^ q^' q^q ] N . To b e used for preparing coal; "^ffPf of the Angirasas. Like Angiras they
of a grove or forest, (-"f:) [ ^ ^ ? q ^ ^ r S T f ^ P . Y . 1 . 1 2 . Sk, occur in hymns addressed to luminou
^wtw 21 ^T^
objects, and at a later period they became ^ ^ R ^ ^ ^ ^ r A i t . Br.-2 The thumb, fq^frf f%^^; qr- ^ ] a tree ^^
for the most part personifications of great toe.-3 Tho tip of an elephant's
s ^ f l r q i ^ : Ye. 2.18. T^t-Pf^f,
light, of luminous bodies, of divisions of
trunk. - 4 The measure arjrS'. - 6 iS^' -^^r, -^x^^m [ 'A^x ^^ -^i-^q ^F
time, celestial phenomena and fires adapt-
of the tree ^5f^|%':^. - 6 Penis (%). q ^ T - q ^ , x ^ ^^.; 3t^^3.7:[- ^^^
ed to peculiar occasions, as the full moon
and change of the moon, or to particular ~-oinp.tr^ [ ~^^'> ^v^xm f t ] q-if^t^ ] iSr. of a plant FlffJ""^^ Hedy-
rites, as the af^q-^, X\^q &c.] - 2 a mark on the forehead of the form sarum Lagopodioides ( Mar. ^rS'F,
Hymns of the Atharvaveda. - 3 of the half moon made with sandal \qzw^), tjpra. [sfPT: ^\A -qx^ or
Priests, who, by using magical for- &C. " - ^ , -^p3f [ 3p]f55- ^\T^^ 3f^- 3tft xA'Ax^ ] >sucking his foot or toes,
mulas of the Atharvaveda, protect f^WF^rf 3?%?f %- ^ . ]^a finger-pi^- as an infant. ^ ^ ; [3^%: ^ ^ f^]
the sacrifice against the olfects of tector (a contrivance like a thimble the ankle.
inauspicious accidents. used by archers to protect the S ? ^ IU. (3m?f-,^^r"?f,^F^^,3R^H-,
BTFT^^ffjf a. [rf^qr] Yed. Yery ra- thumb or finger from being injured 3f?H") 1 To go, move; to honour; re-
pid, especially like Agni in devour- by the bow-string ) . q-^^ the quest, ask &c. &c.; connected with
ing food ( ? ) . five fingers collectively. -=^f,-^- 3f^ q. V. -^m. (Gram.) A term for
^ w^x^^ a. [ ^tPrcF: ^W ^m^' ft'-^r a seal-ring. ^^^^^-:|^J^ vowels.
^A^W^^q) ^jq; ^ q * ^ : ] Accom- [ Btrr^qt^TH-t TTf ^ ^f^^ -^^-^ ^ ^^]
^ ^ ^ a. 1 Having no wheels.-2
panied }^j Angiras, epithet of wind. snapping or cracking the fingers
Immoveable. - 3 IlTot wavering.
stFTOT: An enemy of Yishnu in ( M a r . ^ ^ ). ^ ^ ^ [ ^JTj^ ^rlt
his incarnation of Para^uirama. ^r^f: m ] sticking to the fingers ; ^ra"_^5^ a. Eyeless, blind; ""xA^^
a. invisible; ^ ^ Ms. 4.77.
^Ff^CWfm [ ^ ? ^ ^ . 1 A Sattra 'iir ^rwr^T:: Vr ^ : ^frf^% p.
sacrifice. Y I I I . 3.80 Sk. ( st^f^^^q'^^:^ Jf- ?i. A bad or miserable eye.
^^fllS" 8 XJ. [connected with siif, ^TPfTj^-l Tv. ). {~TX\ ) contact of the ^ # ^ a, IS^ot hot-terapercd,mild,
or 3t^-f%^; Bfifrt 3T^#|T^^OT X^^XA
fingers; act of fingering. -^-^fL^. rf.] gentle. : ^ A mild or tractable cow.
^A I ' ^ t ] 1 To accept, to be- a sign made by the finger; J^fffrq"- W ^ ^ a. [ Bfi^^Tff^FF^ ^^\x vi^q
take oneself to, to take to ; "^A^^X l ^ f ^ j f m w l r ^ Ku^ 3.41. ^ ^ ^ : -F'^-qrcf: P . Y. 4. 77. ] 1 Destitute of
making signs with fingers; cracking four. - 2 ( ^. rf. ) :^rot skilful.
^ ' r f f f ^ f g ^ ^ g Jagannatha ; ^%ofr-
or snapping the fingers as a sign.
Jff^m^TfT^^ ^T?fof K. 121 in the ^ y ^ ^ a. Immoveable; =q^^^ f^-
^^rf a. [ff. rf.] produced from or
southern direction, towards the 5^ Ku. 2. 5; =^^rorryf^2T~^^r- Ms. 5.
on the finger. ( - ^ ; ) a finger-nail.
south; BTifftfTc^ BT^T^: 160; 2ff| ^ -
^ t ^ f ^ y ^ l-3T5(%.-2 A sort of ant. 29.-2 ( Astr. ) Epithet of the zodia-
^l^frff^^^ i^^d.) T^Aim;xx^% ^^x ^ t # (3a)^-g^,-2f% [4TOT-tFT4, cal signs f bf^, f%, f f%^ and "i"^.
vfPfrf Mk. 8 to make her consent.-2 To ^n ^ \ ] A finger-ring; i;^ ^ ^ K - ^^^IT^T a. I^ot last, middle &c.;
promise to do,to agree or consent to, ^ f f f ^ r ^ ^ r^rfS 3TH^ S. 6.10 ; m. ^T^^^^ij- P. lY. 1. 20. Yart.
undertake; f%r^ffr^g^g^?T^^T^- also; ^ f f ^ ? T ^ r ^ r ? r ^ ^ : Bk.8.118.
^ 5 ig^fE^r^if^ ^ ^ ^ Mu. 2.18. - 3 ^Tof^ a. Steady, immoveable,
To own, acknowledge, confess, ad- ^?J"5* [ ^ ^ ^ ^TF^F-^^ m-^F%; motionless, fixed, permanent; f^^-
mit, grant. - 4 To subdue, to make 4^-5^mP. Y I I I . 3. 97] 1 The thumb; ^ ^ f f i W ^ r ^ ' q j ^ Y. 1, 4; ?fq%if^-
one's own. great toe.-2 A thumb's breadth, cr^H?rqwr*f-=?f^: Ki. 6. 18; ^^f\^
3t^pfnT:--irRf J-^JT^ 1 Acceptance. usually regarded as equal to 3T^r5". '^X^X^' Bg. 2. 53; ^ ^ ^ ^ 3 m F = ^ -
- 2 Agreement, promise, undertak- [ cf. Zend august a, Pers. angust. ] ^'. S. 7. 11 immoveable. ^5-: 1
ing &c. -Comp. 5fTr^ a, \^\x^m^ ^FW^] of A mountain; ( rarely ) a rock. - 2 A
^ S * [ 3trr--3^ ] A hand ( occur- the length or size of a thumb; ^ ^'^qf bolt or pin ( is^ ). - 3 The number
f ^ ^ ^ ^^r^FT: Mb. seven.-4 jST. of /Siva, of the soul,
ring in 3T3T^ q. v. ).
^ ^ : - - T =^?F^q. V. ^ T ^ ^ : [^3%^^:^"] The thumb- of the first of the 9 deified persons
among Jainas. t^f The earth ( so
^ 1 1 ^ : [ 4^-^^ ] 1 Afinger.-2 nail. called because the earth is im-
The thumb, ^ qr% ^P-T^ ( ^^ ^iTO": [ 3iT3T-3^5 ] 1 An ichneu-
moveable according to one view,
also ). - 3 A finger's breadth ( 7i. mon. - 2 An arrow. or, according to ^Irya Bhatta who
also ), equal to 8 barley-corns, 12 ^k^^ A. {^^A, 3TF^%) ITo go.-2To rejects this view, 3T=^r5T: q^rfF: ^F^,
Angulas making a f^rfl'^rf or span, commence, set about. - 3 To hasten. ^^^m ^"^J ^=^^^f^ ^^^<rF% ^Ft^-
and 24, a f^rf or cubit ; ^ ^ # F j r f ^ : - 4 To scold, blame. ^'fF^F^^)- t^Brahma.-Comp. - ^ -
Ms. 8.271.-4 ( Astr. ) A digit or ^^^^ n. [ ^^A ^^^XA ^ T ^ ^ ^ ^ -^T^r^^fr^T^^r^^^r &c. K of
12th part. - 5 IST. of the sage Cha- af^-Blgr^f^ ] A sin; Ye. 1. 12 v. 1. Parvati, daughter of the Himalaya
iiakya or Yatsyayana. ^ ^ r R ! <^f" [ ^ " f ^ T ^ r O Yiidi. Ofmountain.
a ^f^f ( ^ . ) the earth
bright or splendid form or nature (iinmoveably fixed or pinned). ^ ,
-:5ffrf a. mountain-born, (-"^ff-^rrfr)
4 . 2 ] A finger ( t h e names of the ( ^FFH'^f^) ; ^^ enemy to sin or
K of Parvati.f^5; a. [ 3f^c^ ^^^^
5 fingers are BfTi^ thumb, rf^^it fore- evil (? ).
q^q ] of fixed or permanent lustre
finger, ^'=:q^\ middle finger, BT^FF'^^F #f5r (^^'- ) [ ^^S'^'^ \AqxA[A
or colour, {-m, \ ) a cuckoo (^|"^rF-
ring-finger, and ^ ^ ^ or ^f^F%^F the Tin. 4.66] 1 A foot. - 2 The root of
little finger); atoe(of the foot); q-^- a tree. - 3 A quarter of a stanza r^-^^ryq ^Ff%^^^^f^ R^-TTF X^Z, )- {f)
\AwA . p ^ : f^ ^ ^ r s?!i^^ f^ Tr- ( ^ F ^ f ^ - ) --Comp. q": [ ^fW^F permanent colour.ftq;^^. [ ^ipqfrJf^
mvx^-^ 22 W^
^fS"? Fl^-flr^Jtho enemy of mountains, ^^^R!*T a, [?r. sf.] Inanimate, not ^^q; and ^jjrf_ has three assistants,
ej)ithet of Indra who cli2)ped off sentient, irrational; %rf7r ^5 Me. 5; the total number of priests employed
their wiiigs.^frf;/. a metre of four A ^ i r inanimate Brahma; ;?f ^f^TT- at Soma sacrifices being therefore 16;
lines of 16 short syllables each (iff- of ?f ry^^fT >S'. 6. 12 destitute "of ^fH*f n.l^. of the Saman to be chant-
?qT7f|-). --q[f%:,-^^ lord of moun- life, lifeless (object &c.); ^^fT ed by an sfsgrF^f^, also called ^g:^ir.
tains, I:^. of Ilimrdaya; so ^f^:, ^rf^rr^q-J^^f^: Mbh. - 2 IS^ot conscious, ^^s^RT^F^ a. [ 3T^-3?T^^^5^^-
%H'-.-"^fTr'ff i^- of a book in the insensible; senseless; g^f^^jrin'^rlHT ^-^] Containing the word ajT^^T^f^
^fq-D^frfT^F^; the 7th day of the ffS- H. 2. 161. P. Y. 2. 59. - i f [ '^l^xx^ ^A^Ax ^F]
bright half of A^viiia. The duty of an af^ifj-i^f^^ being one
^ ^ ^ H / ^ " [^- ^ . ] Destitute of
^T^Ttf^"^^ a. [ ^f. ] Devoid of consciousness; insensible, inanimate, P. Y. 1. 135.
fickleness, steady. ^-c?^ [ !. rf. ] lifeless. ^T's^r^r^^ n, [ 3T^?5M^^q f^-^ ]
Steadiness. Pertaining to, to be repeated by, an
^ % ? T R a. [f%^ ^ F ^ ^ ^. rF. ] Yed.
^Tf%?^ a. Yed. 1 Devoid of un- A^oid of consciousness, ignorant; 3T^?5T^F^.
derstanding. - 2 Irreligious, un- silly, infatuated. W^^^a. [?r.^.] 1 jSTot studying
rigliteous.-3 Material ( opp. \^^ ). the Yedas (as a boy before the Tfjf
^^TE a. [^Fl^rf %F ^ ^ ] 1 Ef-
^Ttk^ a. Yed. 1 Gone. - 2 [^. rf.] ceremony), or not entitled to that
fortless, motionless. - 2 Not re-
Not thought of. - 3 JN'ot collected. study (as a >S^udra. - 2 I^ot metrical,
quiring direct effort.
^f^^X^a, 1 Inconceivable. - 2 not of the nature of metres, i. e.
^ % ^ ^ [ ^. cT- ] 1 Unconscious- prose. - 3 "Without fancy or whim.
[ ^ r f \A^ q^q ] Destitute of intel-
ness, insensibility; ignorance in spiri-
lect, senseless, stupid.-3 Unnoticed, 3Tt^^3[ ^- [ *!. ^-1 Hnbroken,
unexpected, not thought of. tual matters. - 2 The material
uninjured, complete, uninii:)aired,
world, matter.
^ f ^ f % : / . Want of sense, in- without holes or weak points, fault-
fatuation, ignorance.
^ ^ r f ^ . Yed. [^F'^^^^F^^q'] less, without defect; 3Tf%^: ^ ^ ^ -
Spontaneous, not influenced by ^f^rPT: Pt. 1. 126; ^ ^ ^ fTH^^
^TT%r^-cf5fT^ ^^' ["X. rf.] Incon-external force or compulsion.
^ f ^ ^ ^^:^'Trt I ^ ^ ^ 3 ^sSf'^^
cei viable, incomprehensible, unex-
^^^ a, [^ ?5r^FrfTrs-,#F-^. ^. ^o Wr^TTf^ ^^Xir[: 11; rf rf^TT m^rXX Xm-
pected; ^^5 ^ ^ ^ ^ r ^ : P.'5. 33; ^ -
F'^^^ F? ^^gr^ TFS": ^m^ ^ 3" ^ ^ ^ ^ - 5=^f^^sf^S^: ^H^t?T Kam., ^px
^7? " ' ^ 5 of inconceivable form or
action.c^: iSiva. '-^rfW^rf '<^^\A Tv. ] Clear, pellucid, giving perfect protection Ev. 1. 145.
transparent, pure; 5x|Trs^^rf^3rR"t- 3. ^ A faultless action or condition,
3Tf%frrrf a. I^ot thought of, un-
H t ^ U. 6. 27; ^ ^ ^ r T t ^ f Me. 51; absence of defect; "t'f ^^^i^iterrupted-
expected, siidden; "^qr^frf occurring
"^ff^r^^^^r K. 57; f^ xx^' ly, from first to last. -Couip. ^-
unexpectedly; -^r ^ ^ ^ R f 'ft^rf'Tr-
^'^m ffm: f^v. 1. 86. =5^: 1 A ^5T [ ^-A\ ] having a faultless udder.
m ^r^^ Pt. 2. 3. crystal. - 2 [ ^ ?5TFr'F ^^q'frf ^FF^rf^T^f; ^ r ^ N. of a chapter of the "rffrrttq"
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ a. Yed. Ignorant of, W ^W^-^ ^. rf. Tv.] A bear; cf. also
not knowing. ^ ^ - 3 JST. of a plant. -Comp. BTf^W [ 5^. rf. ] 1 Uninterrupted,
^ f % T a. [^. rf.] 1 Brief, transi- T^^ a, (i.e. 3r5S"F^) [af^ :^t q^q] continuous, constant; f^T^^r^Ftf?T-
tory, of short duration; ^A, ^*TF^, having clear water. ( - ^ ) 'N. of rf : ^ ^ f f ^ ^ Mv. 4. 36 undisturbed
V^fF &c. q. V. - 2 Eecent, late, new; a river; Tf^qf ( 3tF^scffTrF?rf) '^X^At ^ - ^ in its holy thoughts, ever cherishing
^ ^ C T ^ N T ^ ^ : R T ^ P . 8. 20 the new 3T^#F^ ?f[Tr F'^^frrr Harivam.^a. ( - t ) holy thoughts; *'3TTeTOrfr?rr : i^fftrf:
lord. In compounds ^xfAx may be IN", of a lake on the Himalaya 5|fr?T2f^ % Ku. 6. 69. - 2 'Not cut or
rendered by ^recently', 'just', 'not ( mentioned in Kadambari ). ^ ^ : divided, undivided, uninjured; inse-
long ago'; ^^ m^^wx^^x^x^ a bear. parable.-Couip. q-of: ,-T^ : [afr^^-vFF-
S. 1 just set in; "jf^rff S. 4 having ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ ind. A^ed. To, towards lA ^frfrfrt^q^^q'^q'^F^^]^. of trees
recently brought forth ( who died .( with ac*.). It is a kind of separable having constant leaves; particularly
not long after delivery, said of a preposition or prefix to verbs and of the tree called WW?:^; (of birds)
d o e ) ; or a cow that has recently verbal derivatives, especially to such having uncut or uninjured wings.
calved. t adv. ( also ^ T R ^ , ^TF^- as imply some kind of motion, or
X\q, ^ % ^ , ^TNT^^ in the same speaking; {:^^w iy?7p^^j P.I.4.69;''f B T ^ f ^ ^ r ^ ^ ^ l ^ ^ rt. [w^A ^xxt(A-
senses ) 1 Kot long since, not long or Tf3T to go to, attain, as BHT^^ TfcHf; ^ 5 ] ^ot fit to be cut.
ago. - 2 Eecently, lately. - 3 Soon, ?f^-^to go near, approach; ?fr to ^T=%^ [^, rf. ] Indivisible.
quickly, not long hence. -Coiiip. BT^^HT [ ^ ^- ] ^ o t touched by
lead towards; V to call out to;q-^to
fly towards; ^ ^ to salute; ' ' ^ ' ^ t o sin; N. of one of the 16 Yiclya-
^ / . [ ^ T F ' ^ ^ F * ^Xm:, ^XlAXl STF^F-^^F invite. devis of the Jainas.
&c. q^iTF: W ] lightning; "^f'^t'Tr^- ^'^^I^H Hunting.
^=^I5"RT^: [ 3T^?^ X^A^ W-^ ^XAA^-
=q-^r5T f^?^^!: Ki. 2. 19; " y f r ^ f ^ ^ ^ WX^ ^F ^1% t ^ ', ^ ^ ^A(x Aw^ ^ ^ ^ c T a. [5f. rf. ^^^q-^^tift^ ^
^X^mh S. 7. 7, Ki. 4. 24, 5. 6. 2. ^ XA^X^^ ^XA ^tA- Tv. ] The in- ^ ^ . --q^A ^-^TF^HFHT^^ ^H^=^] 1 ^^ot
{^A') transitory lustre, short gleam. voker or inviter, a priest or 7?^tvij fallen, firm, fixed; not giving way,
3 T | % ^ 5 [ - ^ a. Yed. [af^ TJA[ mo who is employed at Soma sacrifices, solid; T f F ^ ^ f ^ ^ 3T=S3rfR^f^^^r^r
^s^_|--^ j Going every where, all- and is a co-adjutor of fj^. Each of K.52 (sf^q^f meaning 'Yishnu' and
pervading. the four principal priests, ff^, W-^^, 'firm'/fixed'); f^^ having solid
?^ 23 gpT^
ground. - 2 Imperishable, permanent; [ ^X^q ^X^(A^ 3t# rf^^FT^rff A^XX q- Eakshasi kept to watcli over Sita in
^q" inveterate enmity. - 3 [^ '^^rfi'^ ^q\: ] I^. of a pot-herb Convolvulus the A^oka garden at Lalik^. "^J^r?
^^r ^rf-^. ^ . rf.] I^ot melting away Argenteufe', ?fic^^^. ^qpf^ [^fifF^F^- - % i w f [^^5f^ A\^ w^ A\% AA\ ^^^\^y
or perishing, not leaking or drip- ^ ^ AAl ^^mx- t^ ] goats and sheep; ^5f %(^^F^ ^ ] iS^. of a very use-
ping. ^: 1 IST. of Yishiiu; of the small cattle; B T ^ ^ ^ 5 ^^"^^ Ms. 8 ful medicinal plant, Common Car-
Almighty being; ^ ^ ^ ^ ^s^tf^^f^- 235.BT^ goats and horses. {~^: ) roway; the species called Apium
'^Jrf^^ WA^X Pdiag, Trs?5"f^q^^rf- the Sun or Piishan, who has goats Involucratum or Ligusticum Ajo-
^^A^ K. P. 5. (where 3f also for his horses.q^qT|;-f,: [ ^T5f^ wan ( Mar. im ). t^^'^ [ ^m
means 'one Avho is firm, does not ?^(^qr ^^' ^[5^ f^ q-f^ q^q- ] iST. of f^ rj-^ff X[^A f^^^q-r^iH; ^Awi
yield to passions' ). - 3 IST. of a one of the 11 Eudras, or of the as- ^Z] antimony. r5t!T^,-r?f4t"'Tf [^T-
plant, Morinda Tinctoria. - 4 A sort terism IT5RF5:1^F presided over by ^q ^XA^ ^ ^ A^t{ q^^-^^F ^F ] cow-
of poetical composition containing 12 that deity.trg-^Rf [sfafi"^ tr^^F^ age, Carpopogon Pruriens. ^rfef:
cantos.-Comp. BT^^ ['T. rf. ] 1^. of AAx XXHX^IX' ] goats and r a m s . ^ [: , ^V^q qFf^rltt^ ^Rrfq^q- ] N. of a
Balarama or Indra. B t ^ ^ : , - ^ ^ : , - ^ 4 ^ : L^i^^^ ^"^r f ^ q-^ ^^zT~^*t ^'^] sage, or of a tribe sprung^from him.
-BTfcir^f: l>r. of Cupid, son of Krishna N. of the plant sf^^f^ Terminalia ^f^:-?ff/. [ 3f5T^ ff^qr fA\A?[\ ^\-
and Eukmint. BTf^T^ 'r^X^ ^^^^ Alata Tomentosa ; of another tree \A' ^Fqr. rf. ] one of the three divi-
sacred fig-tree. ^ : [ q. rf. ] a class ^rS" Shorea Eobusta. ^rf^f [ 3f5f^ sions of the southern path compre-
of Jaina deities said to have been rf^ f^ A'Ax qX^l' m] the shrubby basil, hending the three asterisms rfrsr, q[^F-
produced from Yishnu^?Trt N. of a ^^^TRT^.'fm'^ a kind of ^ t ^ W ^ qF^F and ^TTOTF^F; a sort of heavenly
place in the Punjab. ( Mar. f^FrRtrff, ^F^qM ). ^ f ^ f = passage ( -rx^AA^, ^^m^ ); fqf^^f^T-
^ ^ 1 P. (optionally replaced by 3p^rff q.V.31T: [^X^ t5Pt F\X^ ^^' ^ ^ f ^ - ^ r ^ ^f^Tfj^^^^ =qT^ Y. 3.184.
the root ^T in non-conjugational WX', TT-B^^ ] a huge serpeiit ( boa 2. goat's path.^ff[3r3f;icq-'i^?^5cq- ^ i j -
tenses; ^X^(A,, ^TRft^, ^TPff) 1 To constrictor ) who is said to swallow F ' ^ ^ ^ ^^^' ^F T ^' of idant, f^rqW
go. - 2 To drive, lead. - 3 To throw, goats. {-^ ) ]Sr. of a plant. 5TT5" See or Odina Wodier, highly medicinal,
cast ( used with prepositions found 3T5fFiTr5- below. ^f^cFTT [ ^ ^ q - ^^ ( Mar. ^ r ^ ) , See ^q^ifF-
^^ ] an infantile disea'se (Mentagra). BT^f^ = sfprf^ below.
only in Yedic literature).[cf.L. ago*
-^f^:,--5frf^: [^^rf^Fr^^ ^'^XA', Bq-^ [ 3T3f^ ^r^ F j ^ ] Moving,
Gr. ago; Zend az].
BfW ^ ^\(A^\ ^X"^^] a goat-herd; driving.?f: Brahma; "^^fif^f: born
3T^ a, [ 5f ^rAA; 3f^-:^. ^. PT. ]
so -"q-tj-^qFFty:.t#r [ 3T^?T ^ m r from Brahma i. e. Daksha.
Unborn, existing from all eternity; BT^Ff: [ ^^-^TF'n" ] A path, road.
^'t'F ^qfF: HF ] W^tt{ a kind of plant
^r HlM^M-llft ^ tfrf r^r^FRf'^ Bg. ^T^f [ ^ ^JfRrf fF^F^F ] 1 ( Accord-
( ^r^q'F ^r^^^^q-rT^q^F%^ ^r^r^
10. 3; BT^f^ ^^^r^^R" p . 10. 24.
rf^TF^ ).^?fr 1. ^^- of the 25th as- ing to Sankliya philosophy ) Pra-
^ : 1 The 'unborn,' epithet of the
terism. 2. fire, the presiding deity of kriti or Maya; the verse which
Almighty Being; ?r f^ ^TH^r ^T ^ F ^ -
goats ( ^t\ ^ 5 t ^ | ^ ?5-FTf ^Xiriq ^- refers to ^^\^ ( sf^^rWF ^fltrf^-
>St ^ ^ R ^ ^ T ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ ^ ' ^^^rXX^
^ ) . -^r?^-. [^1^: ^ F ^ ^ ^ ^:^qr] a ^ ^ &c.)is interpreted by the Yedaii-
XikHimH^'' ^rf: U Mb.; also a N.
mineral substance.q-pf: 1. the best tins as referring to the q^frF consist-
of Yishnu, SiYH or Brahma. - 2
of goats. 2. N. of Mars; lord of the ing of rf^f^, Bfq; and af^, See S. B.
The ( individual) soul ( sffsF ); 3 ? ^
sign Aries. tf?T'=^T^F'^:q. v. ^Ff:? - 2 A she-goat.-Comp.Trr5^^?f:tlie
-qx^-f: IST. of a Eudra; See 3T%^- fleshy protuberance or nipple hang-
vxxA ^ ^ Bg. 2. 20. - 3 A ram, he- q-f^ above. ^ 3 : [^^q ^T^jt^ 7T#?^FH;]a ing down from the neck of goats;
goat (3T%?f ^^m ^^qwA^mAA Aqw?- fool (silly like the goat ). ^f^: (fig.) an emblem of anything
TX^^ qrTFq^F^f^F^ ST^N%rf^q^^^ [ 3f|-H\w 3T^F TcfT-^rq- ^3T ] iS^. of worthless or useless ; vfq-pf cfrfj{-
Tf^r^qf ^q^FTirf^ ^X^A Tv. ]. - 4 The the ^Ati plant ( the leaves of which 'R'r^rTf ^ ^ ^ r r q - ^ f^^^ i \xx^-
sign Aries.-5 A sort of corn or are very dear to goats ). fffj a. ^IJX^ r f ^ ^ = ^ XAX^ II ^ ^ R ^ f ^ ? ^ ^
grain; a r l i ^ s ^ ^fsff^r 5ff^: Pt. 3. Yed. bleating like a goat. rff^: ^ : C?" >sw^f Av^i ^ XA^' B?'. s.
- 6 Mover, leader (Yed. ), said of [Bf^^rqfrf \Aw^[A', ^ - p R : - ^ q : ] 1. 65.3.^^:,-q-f?^r^: agoat-lierd. See
Indra, Maruts, Eudra &c.; a drove. a butcher. 2. i^. of a country ( the 3f:^3ffq- &C. ^ f c ^ ^ : [ =5^^o If^' ] iS^.
- 7 I^. of a mineral substance ( Tff- modern Ajmeer, which, it is suppos- of a sage who lived on the milk of
f^'^T^FJ ) - 8 K of the Moon or ed, formerly abounded in butchers). goats ( 3f5TFfrVf ^A^l"^- )^
Kamadeva (sfrff; F%^%#^ ^XA; cf. ^ ^ - 5Rff^: [ ^ # ^f#FWF%^F ^ ^ ^ . ] 1 . K BT^r^r,-BTnff^r (^q-pf qr^ S-FTJ l
^ ^ ^ F ^Frf ). - 9 A vehicle of the of the place called Ajmeer. 2. iS^. of A young she-goat.-2 [ ^^^q lA^lX-
sun. -10 K. of the father of Da- the eldest son of Hasti, born in the Bfq-q^: 3Tr5-^rf^: ^A ^ ] The fleshy
5'aratha and grand-father of Rama; family of Puru, son of Yayati. 3. protuberance on the neck, or its ex-
so called because he was born on the surname of Yudhishthira. 5?cf a. crement.-3. A disease of the pupil
Brahma Muhurta. -11 !N". of a goat-faced. ( - ^ : ) I^T. of a Prajapati of the eye.-CoJlip. "^frf: [ ^X^^
J?^shi.-^Comp.BTf: [ ^ ^ ^^^ftfcf; (Daksha.)AYhen Daksha reviled ASlva ^fCrf: ] the above disease, (3f3f[g('pT-
3T;^-q^^ ] N". of the ancestor of a at his sacrificial session, Yirabhadra ^xAA{ ^5fFcfr^ ^^FFI^F ^ I C F R T ^ S W ^ : |
warrior tribe, P. l Y . 1. 71.BT^^f pulled out his face, and afterv/ards f q ^ ^A ^^Ax^'^fAiA A ^r^f^F^M-
[ 3T^t ?f^^rF 3T%: ^ : ^ ^ q ^ % ' q - 3 f ^ ; ^f- at the request of Siva, himself he F ' ^ F ' ^ ^ ^ ^ 5 II
^ ^xA{^ ?^"^] a kind of prickly night- juit up a goat's face in place of the ^T^^^:^ :-W The bow of /S'iva (f^-
shade, ^f?RT ( M a r . ^ ^ ^ ) . B T ^ original human one. (-fcfj- ) N. of a A\ It sT^%q '4jqF Rjrnjr^^ q^^ ^xA
^T^^qf 24 ^T^rm
{^Euf ^ $r^ff7f ^ 3f^i rf- 3ftTrqrRT^ ^ rxx^^wqrr^nw'TnErfrrf^Tfrf^rTKr^ErTr: I ^- (which is used elliptically) does not
^JIF sS^qr^q, ^ ^ qi^'rf Tv.) f^^ra" ^r^r Mb.; one who reads disappear; as 5 ^ : ^ft#rf = f'crqFft^:
^1?:^*^^:^ i >Slva's bow. - 2 [af- heretical works. q-f [ q'qr^q" ^ of^qf ^ q f : ; ^ - WFqfrf = t r f q ^ 6 % WFqfrF;
ofqr ^Jiq" qFFrf Al^^^-, qF-qr ] IST. of the 3f^q-f%^trfF^FH:; ^XA{A ^\] N- of a also called ^TTi^^t7c{jqT q- v.; ^qRf-
tree q#^f, of which goats are said to Mantra called fff, which consists of ^ATO%q":;frfF: ^fq-^FF, ^^'' ^li^fA
bo very fond. - 3 [sfSfqrF BT^IrT^rFq"- a number of inhalations and exhala- fr^iFfi frfFKPm^q-: ^q^%^irt x'^A-
fq mA ^qTF^W 3FF-q7] A sacrificial tions (^^T^Fe"qt: ^if^t^^F^frqp-q-f qrrrfJf: W^l 3frf^4t K.P. 2.
vessel of wood (of the form of ^XW- 3T^rF'^sqi'^q^qlr ^q:, ^ =q' f^: # t f^F- ^I^SrfT%'t [5 ^ ^ ffe-Tt q-; fF-W] A
TfrS") dedicated to Mitra and Yaruiia qpTFr ^', ^^fT%lq F'^F^fH f ^ ^ i n : ^ I noun which does not change its origi-
( - q in this sense ) %q"Fq^07q"F^. - 4 A c T ^ W ^ ' ^ ^ I^TF^q-sfffJffqrFT^ Af^^n' II nal gender, even when used like an
disease of the 2)upil of the eye=3f3r^[- BT^'^r a. [ ^\^ i\A\ iAx ^q" ] adjective; e. g. ^ : or ^-.q-iTF^ ( not
^FrF q.. V. - 5 A venomous kind of Toothless.f: 1 A frog. - 2 The q-^F'^: or u\x ).
vermin (sf^rq^ TTrq-fq^Fq:, rfftq). sun. - 3 Toothless state ( of a child). ^ ^ f T [ "'I "^^A ^qrPLfF-^. ] ^'
^ T ^ ^ [^A fq^? w^xA m^ ^K-^] ^ ^ ^ a. [Jfrf^rF T I : ^ ^ q*^] Invin- of a j^lant, cowage, Carpopogon Pru-
/S'iva's bow. Tf: 1 [^f^fiT ^^"^l TJ- cible, unsurpassed, unconquerable. riens.
^AA Am m, qr^pr ^f^-^, ^-^] l^. ^: [^. rf.] A defeat; r5T^r?^r^ ^ - ^^r^TTX^ a. [^. q-.] Not wakeful,
of Y i s h n u . - 2 [sf3r?f Tf'^ij'FW 3f5f ^jfrf ^rwm Bg. 2. 38. - 2 N. of Agni not requiring keeping up. ^: [ 3fF-
W3Tr%q- 3T^?5trrqF] Pire. (3T%?f =5"PH mA} qr-qr), or of Yishnu ^^^Triitt ^FK: ^ ^rrfj- q^^TTIH; ] A.
3|^Ty^ See under af^f. ( according to some ); of a lexico- plant, Yerbesina Prostrata ( ^TT^F^-
grapher.^f [ ^ c f ^% ^Fqqrrq?f w) (^q^^ F'^^FUFt^qTr^qr:, q^A^^^m
3T3rTT-q p . Y. 2. 110] /S'iva's bow, 3f;^?Tf] 1 Hemp or ^\T[ . - 2 N. of a ^ - ^ ^ ^ ^F^r^qrt^ ^Ff^rf.)
Pinaka. friend of Durga. - 3 Maya or illusion.
ST^FTT^: [sfofrr fq^A ^^(^ sff-^T^] B T ^ ^ a. [^. rf. ] Invincible; 5Ef- mx^^^r^in^^^, 3T^^-f^ ^>TFqF>TFq: ]
1 /S'iva's bow. - 2 The southern ^^^^ ^ ^FT^ ^rT^rr^r^^ S. 6. 29, Cumin seed (^rf^ffiqr ) ; fTS'^^i^^rqr
portion of the path of the sun, moon E r i 8 . 8. - 2 Not proper to be won Nigella Indica; qTF^ip'ftqrF Picus
and planets. - 3 E". of a snake-jmest. at play; ^ f^fTTf^ ^;^Bopadeva. Oppositifolia.
^^^jira. [?f.q".] I N o t subject to old
W^C^ [ ^Fit-rf ^x^xfeq^F ^X^\ : ^F ] ^T^npcT [^. ^.) Unborn; Bmrrf^rf-
age or decay; ever young; BT^C f ^ "
]Sr. of a plant ^?TFr^F or qri'q'qr^. ^ | ^ % grff^ffrf)" ^ ^X Pt. 1.; not
^^ K. 103;cf. f : i 5 t ^ f ^ r f ^ ^ E . 1 . 2 3 .
See Bf^fFTF. yet born, produced, or fully develop-
- 2 Undecaying, imperishable; q^rT-
^ T ^ ^ ^ o t stupid, - ^ r ^' of ed; ^ ^ f , q ^ &c.-Comp. B ^ ,
? f ^ f ^ ^ : E . 10. 19; B^ffJfW^ ^ ^
the plants 3 ^ ^ , ^fqw^^ (3f5f:^(t
Bh. 3. 76, H. Pr. 3, Pt. 1. 151, - ^ I L "^ ^^^'' ^T' ^i^> "^x^^ ^-
^q^^JTFqr^).
Ms. 2. 148. i:: 1 A god (who is rf^fq'^q' "T ^^' ] having no enemy or
BT^'g^T [ ^T^fFq- FlrfF Bfof^-^p; ^ ^ - not subject to old age). - 2 N. of a adversary, not an enemy of any one.
zq^^ ] . P. Y. 1. 8] 1 K of the yellow
plant f^g:^FTqrr or ^F'^f^^f ( ?T also ). (_^:-^:) epithet of Yudhishthira ;
jasmine ^J^^{. -2 A flock of goats.
51 1 N. of a plant ^Jl^-qF or ^rff Hf- frf ^r^^f^rFf^- ^P^A^ ^^F^fR^r ^i- 2.
ST^iFfT^T See under Bfsf.
*^ Aloe Perfoliata, - 2 A house-lizard 102;^ tf%^^^=n=r'M^^q'3T^rrf^5: Ye.
^T^nfT (t. [ff. ^. ] Destitute of (rit^Fi^qrF). - t l^^^AA 4^\AA f-^rqr] 3.13; also of >S'iva and various
men, tenantless, desert. rf; [^jv^^^^ The Supreme Spirit., other persons. '^^^^^ m. ( ^ . ) a
\
7f3T ] A bad or insignificant person. young bull whose hump is not yet
B T ^ a. [^ 5ff?fiTf; f qr^t" ^f^ P. I I I .
^^nr^TFf: / . [ ?f3T 5f^^-3TF^f% 3Tpr P. 1. 105] 1 Not digestible. - 2 Not fully developed, P. Y. 4. 146.^^T
a, [ q- ^^FrfF m ^X^ m^xi ^q(A qi ]
I I I . 3. 112] Cessation of existence; decaying, imperishable, everlasting,
one without teeth, or ( a state ) in
^^^r^r^fFf'^RH ^^r^ffe^sffnTT: si perpetual. ^ (with A^A expressed which one has got no teeth.tf^T ^.
2. 45 may he not be born, may he or understood ) Pricndship; ^IjT^r^ having undeveloped or unfledged
cease to exist! wings.5^"5f5T a. having no dis-
BT^?IT^a. Unborn, epithet of ^iT^x^r^r^^^' ^^^d' ^ot old. tinctive marks or features ( as a
the Unborn Being, the Eternal being; ^ T ^ ^ ^ < ^ . [^-3T5?i;] Not quick, beard. ) s^f^fpc: a minor ( who
35l5"q"^^ q^5^W5=T^: E- 8. 78. 7?i. [-^- inactive. has not attained his majority.
f^rf 5f^ q ^ ] Pinal beatitude, abso- B T ^ r ^ ^ [W^X^ fq j t ^X^ W. fA- srSTrfcT a-'l'^* ^. ] 1 Having no
lution; rf^JTT^ ^ r r r f ^ T H ^ %TrH^- qxAlA] ^ . of a town, P. Y I . 1. 155. caste, race &c.-2 Eternal, not pro-
?*f^^^r^^ ^f5=?pfr^: E. 18. 33. ^ I F ^ ^ a, [^ ^^-x P . m . 2. 167; duced, frf / . Non-production.
^T^*'^' a. Not fit to be produced; aff^oTgq: fqrqr^fFrPq' q^^ Sk. ] Not
srSTTT^: [ q r i ^ ^mx ^ ^ ] With-
not favourable to mankind, ?3f ceasing,constant, perpetual; "ff^^ffxp^-
out a wife; a widower.
[ t%qrqr|JpT# Sf^cT; sfsr-fSf^^-^ ] A r p ^ E. 3. 44. ^ iTui. Ever, con-
portentous phenomenon, inauspicious stantly, perpetually; ftJF^ ^T^^T^^" ^vyflH^i [^T%^ rfftqrqq-Ft^qiK-
to mankind, such as earth-quake. ^C^ S, 3. 5; rfw > g ^ ^ ^ U. 4.26. q'F 3fF% ^FFq-q^ 3T^?q-iPzr; ^ 5 Tv.. ] A
3T^rq: [^XX^i sfqfFf pi^^f ^,^^, m:, goat-herd.
^ T ^ S T g c ^ ^ ^ [ ^ ^ 1 ^ . X^m^^y CF-
^=^J A Brahmana who does not (pro- ^rX ^. ^ . ] A kind of rT^qf, in which B ^ ^ H ^ a. Of high breed,power-
perly) repeat his prayers (^rqf??^ ) ; the primary or original sense of a word ful, fearless, undaunted (as a horse).
^sfsrmr 25
-^f: A horse of high breed. See ^ 1 N. of a river.-2 N. of Durga. ^ ^ f ^ : / . Non-enjoyment; feel-
BfpJfF^rq-. ^: N. of a snake priest. -Coilip. ing of dissatisfaction or disappoint-
BTOTTfJ" N". of a sort of medicinal BTfW^: [ qr^o ] Yed. ^ a quick ment.
preparation of ghee ( used as a re- emperor, ' epithet of death. .^ff^- ^ 1 % ^ . [q'-rf. ] Not fit to be
medy against cough, asthma, con- ^ a, [3f]%t ^ f r m ^ ] gKttering, hav- conquered. ^ A sort of medicinal
sumption &c.) ( 3T^fFJ^Fi^^^(^cf ). ing tremulous or flashing light. preparation of ghee said to serve as
S n n W . "Yed. [ q-. rf.] 1 Not of BTRffr^ a. [3T[^:2r?qr^F15'] Con- an antidote; f q ^ ^ ^rfT%^fs^ Su5.
kin or. related; ^sp^r ^SffT^- fT^q'W- nected with a court. BT^q" a. [ q". rf. ] Not gratified
^FT Ev. 10. 10. 10 ( 3^5iii'H4>HfF^ ^Tirair ^f- [ q". rf. ] l straight. or satisfied.
^irx^x ^x^x^Ai^m^ tfqitq'w^qr^TfFSt - 2 Upright, straight-forward, honest;
S T ^ ( ^ ) ^[^l*Tfqr^HF,^t-
qrftVl^ N'ir. ) - 2 Not parallel or ^rrawT^f^ g ^ ^fi^tT ^rfPT^fHwr
3?qr, 1. X^X^X^ ^5f?q^ Tv. ] A courte-
correct. Ms. 4. 11, 7. 32; 'TxxmA: Si. 1. 63 zan (used only in dramas.).
S n ^ a, [3T3ff^; 3T;^-f Un. 4.139] straight and honest, 3.57,9. 62.ff:
^T'^^TCT [ Said to be fr. 3f:5r ] N.
Going, moving; as T W ^ - walking 1 A frog. - 2 A fish ( probably a
corruption of Bff^ below ).-Coilip. of a plant ^3:q"|4^cjf| Elacourtia
on foot, - p f f : / . [ ^ > f^ ] 1 Motion,
going. - 2 Throwing &c. Tf a. [ :3TT, ^ . ] going straight on; Cataphracta.
5r%ff^'Tr%WPT: Ms. 6. 31 (-^:) an ^T5^P^ 1 A shield. - 2 A live
S^f^^ a. Invincible, unconquer-
arrow. coal.
able, irresistible; ''rf ^2f...'Tf: U. 5.
27. - 2 Not conquered or won ( as ^ T ^ f t [ ^. ^. ] A frog ( which ^i^a. [ q- oTf?fF(t, w-qr, H, rf. ]
a country &c. ) ; not restrained, is supposed to have been deprived 1 Not knowing, unaware of, un-
curbed,controlled,BTr^'Rr5; ff^^ of of its tongue by the curse of Agni conscious, devoid of knowledge or
uncontrolled soul or passion. ;^: 1 whom frogs had offended. ) experience; BTJ^ ^ ^ % ^XX^i Ms. 2.
N. of Yishnu or /S'iva or of Buddha. ^ ^ l ^ " 4 r [ ^^^ ^rlrq% qr TOf^ 153;j^rn^ ( ^ : f ' ^ : 3T^: ^ : ) the
- 2 N. of a powerful antidote^ or a qrfrf AhX^; qF-qr] /S'iva's bow. knowing and unknowing, supreme
poisonous sort of rat. ( pl. ) A and individual soul. ~2 Ignorant,
^ T ^ ^ d : [^^% ^T^^TFqr ^ ^xx^ ]
, class of deities in the first Manvan- 1 ( One that has a hole to go into ) unwise, foolish, silly, stupid ( said
tara.-Comp. BTT^fN": having an a serpent. - 2 N. of a Brahmana in of men as well as animals); BT^:
invincible crovfn; N. of a King. the family of ^ and father of ^ : ^ q r . S^qfHRf^^: Bh. 2. 3, Pt. 2. 3.
^fyf N. of a Jaina deity who - 3 Inanimate; not endowed with
^TSffcT <^- [ ^- rf. ] Not faded or
acts under orders from the Arhat the power of understanding (3f%rf^.)
withered, not faint. -Comp,3?r-
Ajita. fqrsCT: ' o f unsubdued ^^^X [X^ q r ^ j An ignorant
^ ^ N . of a two-fold rite to be per- woman.
power', N. of Chandragupta I I .
formed by Kshatriyas ( Bfqrjffifij^^p^-
sf^nrf a. Unknown, unexpected,
^Tl^R" [ 3f3tf?f XMA r5f3TFlt ^l^X- ^F^ xAfAO-
unconscious, unaware; g=rFr Ms. 5.
^q"; ^T^-f^^, Bf^fTSf ^ Un. 2. 48, ^'- Br5rff?f: / . Prosperity, freedom 21 eaten unconsciously or uii-
Hiq^F^fqPT ] 1 The (hairy ) skin of from decay.
av/ares; ""^r^^ftrT^ whose family
a tiger, lion, elephant &c., especially BT^rtW . Undigested; unde- and character are unknown; "qff^ ;^-
of a black antelope ( used as a seat,
eomposed.'^f^-fSj-:/. 1 Indigestion; f ^ ^^Y^ E, 16. 72. -Comp.%g
garment &c. ); BT^ff^TTfqT^^: Ku.
a. [q"] Yed. of secret designs.=qr^]-,
5. 30, 67,Ki. 11. 15j^2f?rff^5T 9ff-
BT^fl^ v f r ^ x^^; Irc^rqpT^rr^rrf^f- -qTO: remaining incognito (said of
wA d ^ ^ ^ r f ^ BTfr'^R^ %^ As-
val. -2 A sort of leather bag or
^ q r R f f ^ H. 2. 57, Ms. 4. 121. the Pandavas); f^: ;OTT%*^^^r f ?
- 2 Yigour, energy,absence of decay. qr^TTwr^T^r ^ixxx- Mk. 5. 6.
bellows.-Comp. qF^-'^f-N^rr l^-
^ n f t ^ a. [q-. ^ . ] Devoid of life; BT^fffrf: [ q-. rf. ] Not a kinsman.
(^A = ^ ^ ^ i ^ T ^ w^' XXX, mx^
lifeless, as a jar or a dead person. ^: BT^rr?r a. [q". q". ] Ignorant, un-
^qr x^^^^ ] ^ ^^^' TT^ [^Tf^ ^-
[q-. rf. ] 1 Non-existence, death.-2 wise.-.;T [q". rf. ] Ignorance, un-
# ^ ^ W^- W] N". of a plant ( ^^qq"-
(With Jainas)All that is not alivino' consciousness; especially, spiritual
r q r ^ f c ) - ' f f R : C^F^^e^q^Ffq": ^-
soul, i. e, the whole of ^jf^ or inani- ignorance ( ^ f f ^ ) which makes one
Hq": ] a deer, an antelope. qn^T^ a.
mate and unsentient substance consider his self as distinct from
[ BfF^q" q ^ , ^ I%F'^] clad in an ante-
(opp. 3ffq-). the Supreme spirit and the material
lope-hide. ^ : [ Bff^^ ^tcPTFfrf ] a
furrier. 3^^NH" ^' [^. q-. ] Devoid of world as a reality. According to
livelihood. ^Non-existence, death. the Yedantins, BfifFqr is not merely
^ d ^ a. [ sftjf if^ X^tXX^ t^qpTi^-
U ^ . 1.53.] Quick, swift ( m > ^ ^ I ^ M : /. [q'-^-^q- P.m. 3 a negative principle ( wq^q" ^m^:),
^: 1 A sort of mouse, hairy 112 ] 1 Death, non-existence ( used but a distinct positive principle;
oft. identified with Tff^^ ^^r^ &c.
mole.-2 A kind of ceremony in pro- as an imprecation); B T ^ f ^ ^ ^ W^
See 3fit^ also. I n compounds 3f-
nouncing curses. 5C1 A court-yard, ^l^n^ Sk. may death seize thee,
rogue I may est thou cease to live I Wq" may be translated by * unawares,'
an enclosed space, arena; vid^ttff^i-
* inadvertently, ' ^ unconsciously ' ;
q w 4 K. 39, Ki. 1. 16; so iyx\ ;^<'
^ M R r i , '^JWrftrT &c.;';Trf:,-%;^,
&c. - 2 The body. S Any object 'of Yed. Not subject to decay or old
''jff^ unawares, inadvertently, uncon-
sense. - 4 The wind, air. - 5 A frog. age; strong, very swift or speedy.
sciously, unwillingly; ?r' ^ ' ^ ^ ^
4
3IWJR 26 ^
^f^: ^ ^ E. 9. 77 committed un- f ^ % 5 Ku. 1. 34 sportively hand- ^XHl^A y (fig. ) impurity, as in f^-
intentionally or unconsciously. some; ''rfr^-^Tfrff^ E. 2.18,f5ftr5fT%- t^q"j q.V. - 3 Paint, a cosmetic oint-
^^rrq'^^" ^ ^ above. rf^g?5rfr D k . 124, 1 5 1 ; ^ ? T ^ * T ^ % r f - ment. - 4 Magic ointment. ~5 A
^ O T ^ / - [ ^^^ 'T^frf x^A ^^q- fqf^R'^: E. 9. 24 of esteemed or adora- special kind of material of the black
3fq-qF, 3Taf-qr^^ ^(A^ q- qf^Fq: ] A ble prowess; Ki. 15.53. - 4 Sewn or pigment, such as antimony (used
cow.?^. Career, passage; battle; woven, arranged; BTVjfl%rfr ^f^qr^^- as collyrium, lamp-black &c. (nNfr)
house ( 1 ) P^tTrffifr: {X^^) E. 7. 10 half- - 6 Ink. - 7 Fire. - 8 I^ight. ^9 ( A
strung or woven ( ifftTf Malli. ). -qrr)(Ehet.)A suggested meaning; also
^T^^B" ^' ^^^ ^^^ eldest or best, -Comp.T^f [ q". ] a lotus with
the process by wdiich such meaning is
having no elder brothers ; "ffrf not curved leaves. ^ : a woman having
suggested. I t is the power of sugges-
acting like the eldest brother; or arched or handsome eyebrows.
tion ( founded on Bffir^ or w^X
acting like one who has no elder
brother. ^^jkr [ ^\'^ ^ ^ ^AA ] 1 denotation or indication), by which
Wind. - 2 Pire. - 3 One who goes. something else is understood from
^ ^ a. [ fr. BfJT to go] Yed. Agile, a word which, though having more
quick. ^ : A field, plain, [cf. L.
1 The border or end (of a garment), meanings than one, has been ro-
ager; Gr. agros,]
skirt or hem ( Mar. q^r ); ^ n i ' ^ r i - stricted to a single meaning by
^ T ^ ^ ^ a, Yed. [fr. BT^ ] Quick, m ^Iw^H^MHI^T: Udbhata.-2 Cor- relations of conjunction, disjunc-
agile, active. ner or outer angle ( as of the eye ); tion &c. (AAx^y r ^ ^ ^ , ?ffc^, It-
^ ^ 1 U. ( ^ ) ( 3t^it-^, ^Fq^- fTpqf^: H^^lA $ r ^ ^RT^ i^id* j fff'^rFf &c. ), or, briefly, thf use of
a word of several meanings in a
%, 3TF^j, 3T^F5 01 Bfcz^^^, Brqr or BJ- ^n^ ^ritS-feit^ r ^ ' ^ Mv. 6. 9. special sense determined by the
f^rf> 1 To bend, incline, curl, curve; g!3r5|^ 7P.(rarelyA.) (3f?f|%or^%,
context; e. g. ^im'^^\ ^TX' the adjec-
f^rof^^^rBk. 9. 40.-2 To g o , ^ o v e , BTfq^, 3prsqf?f-3tOT^, #5frqF-#?FqF-^-
tive restricts Hari to mean * Yishnu'
tend towards ; ^ ^ ^ f ^X^A^^Xf^ Bk. =qiqf,3TI%t' 3t4r,Bf?F) 1 To anoint, smear alone, and not ' a lion* or 'monkey';
4. 22; also in Bfq-f^ tending down- with, bedaub. - 2 To make clear, so rFHrs-^^ ^f^?fr^, iiHi^'fr nr^rq^-
ward, q-hFj ^ t ^ ^ fq^rp^f^, 5a"ftqf^j show, represent, characterize; TfT T N M % &c.; cf. Bf^^Tpq^qr w^^ qf^^-
jtrf^it &c.; rfR?T^^ wfvi^TrR^fq- ^- W^^T^mt'lT^: Bk.9.49-3Togo.-4To
^ f Iqr^. f r ^ T ^ ! % Bv. l. 48 having shine, be beautiful.-5 To honour, ce- ofwtifq- II K . P . 2., S.D. 23-6; See
<Tone, being reduced, to &c.; ^ lebrate.-6 To decorate. Caw*. 1 To szrSFqj also. - C o m p . B T f v f ^ [^TSf^ff-
^^^^pr^ ^XA 46 art greedy; lA^r^- smear with, sfM^rff ^ E ^ ^ Ms. ^ [ f ^ |>^m<^F?rJ a k i n d of lizard.BT-
A'^X^ ^ : 1*7.-3 To worship, honour, 4. 44. - 2 To speak or shine. - 3 To ft--nTft: (qr*.) [*5f^f^ f^- Putt] N.
reverence; >ftrff^ f^<til-qm Ye. 5. cause to go. [ cf. Zend anj; L. of a mountain, See ^wpifl". BWC
27 salutes; to adorn, grace; See unctum, imgo. ] - W i t h Brf^ to fit
n. eye-water. % ^ [ BfSfqn^ %:?it
Bff^rf below.-4 To request, ask or out, equip, furnish. BTF 1- to q ^ : ] N . of a vegetable perfume
call for, desire. - 5 To murmur, anoint, smear. 2. to smooth, polish,
speak indistinctly. Caus. or 10 U. prepare. 3. to honour, respect.
FTF^ f ^ ^ ( Mar. qpgw ). - 5 T m ^
To manifest, unfold; ^ f i r ^ ^ Git. f?r 1. to smear. 2. to conceal or [ f. cf. ] a swelling of the eye-lid,
10. [ cf. Zend anhw, Gr. ankulos'/lj. hide oneself. irfrT 1- to smear.
stye.^[ft^IcRT a stick or pencil for
wicus.]'With^;Tq to put away, drive 2. to adorn, decorate. ^ 1. to the application of collyrium.
av/ay ; ( intr. ) to run away.^BTf to smear. 2. to fit out, equip, harness.
bend; ^f^TT" ^f^^r^^ J ^ i ^ | c with 3. to honour. 4. to join together, B^snTcfi- A. portion of the Yedas
bent knees."^ to draw or raise to consume, devour; to adorn, de- containing the word Bf^jffq-, g^f N .
(water).Tft to cause to revolve, corate, beautify ( mostly Yed. in of a medicinal plant.
whirl, twist.f^ to draAV or bend these senses). 5. to unite, to put to- Bt5f?n" N . of the female elephant
asunder; to extend, stretch out.^ gether, compose. of the north,-2 N. of the mother
to crowd or drive together, to bend BT^PT: 1 A kind of lizard. - 2 N. of Maruti or Hanumat. [ She was
together, See mw also; to go pro- of a tree or mountain. - 3 IST. of the the daughter of a monkey named Kun-
jara and wife of Kesarin, another
perly. guardian elephant ( of the west monkey. She was in a former birth a
B f f ^ pp. I. {a) Curved, bent; or s. w.) - 4 " [ ^^AA 3Tq-q-; 3f^ ?5r^ ] celestial nymph by name Punjikasthali
^5fc?T^ Dk. 125 bent and raised ; 1 Anointing, smearing with; trf^TH^- and was born on earth owing to a curse.
f % ^ t T % ^ l i % ^ f ^ ^ r 143J)ent or A^A ^W ^ W^^ ^^' ^-1^2; mix- One day whUe she was seated on the
oblique look^; ffr^rf^rP^^T^CV^j^: ing; unfoldifig, manifesting. - 2 summit of a mountain, her garment
was slightly displaced, and the God
Mv. 1. 54 bent; ^'^^s^HfT^: E. 18. Collyrium or black pigment used
of Wind being enamoured of her
51, Bk. 2. 31, 9. 40; '^i^-. (^frO, to paint the eye-lashes; fqr<^^5f ^- beauty assumed a visible form, and asked
W ^ - ( ^ 0 * (^) Arched and hand- f ^ ^ ^ W^Xl^ E. 7. 8 salve; her to yield to his desires. She request-
some (as eyebrows); "BTRTT^HJTE. BTTrf U. 4. 19 ambrosial salve; js"- ed him not to violate her chastity, to
which he consented; but he told her
5 . 7 6 ; crisped, curled (as hair) ;
that she would conceive a son equal %<i
^ q r f ^ f ^ T r r ^ ^ Mb.-2 Gone.-3 Mk. 5. 8,1.34; (fig. also)BT3^vjrRrc7r-
himself in strength and lustre by virtue
Honoured; adorned, graced, grace- of his amorous desire .fixed on her, an4
ful, handsome, '^^ff^rfT^TT Mv. ^rT^^^T!f^T5# ?R: Sik. 45; ^^FX^- then disappeared. In course of time Anja^-
7. 8 graced, adorned; ^Trf5 ^ ^ t ^ f ^ - qr^r^nrS"^ Bh. 3, 4; cf, also ^tf^ XLCh conceived and brought forth ft son lyha
^ifr 2*r ^
was called Maruti being the son of 3^W5^ a, [ 3t^-3T^ ] Not crook- ^ ^ ^ a, [ ?f. rf. ] Pirm, steady,
Maruta. ] ed, straight; honest, upright. solid.
at^TTT^ [ 3t3f5t f^'^ ^q? 3TI^- ^[leX^ adv. ( instr. o f a t ^ ) 1 S n : ^ - ^ - ^ : ( E t y . doubtful) K
fT^^W^frcfn^; ] 1 N. of the female ele- Straight on. - 2 Truly, correctly,
phant of the north-east quarter. ~2 accurately, properly, justly, rightly; of a very useful medicinal plant, the
^. of a tree ^vFrTfif'ff^. shrub ^ ^ ^ Justicia Adhatoda, or
^fr^m f^ii% ^ ^Axhrx^ ^mM<M Adhatoda Yasika (Mar. arfoS-^F)-
^^fpfcin' [ ^ ^ x^ ^ ] 1 A Ku. 6. 22 we do not know you
species of lizard; a small mouse. rightly or correctly; fA^ '^^^^X^^- ^ T ^ i ^ - ^ / . [ ^ 1 ^ '^T^ ^^A Ff-
- 2 N . of the mate of the elephant ^^^r^^^m^' ^ % T F ^ ^ q^; sf^ ^XAy ^F ^ 5 ] A
19.31, ?f f%^%r%r2r* forest, wood; 3Tri%^5sr% ^T^^F ^iX^Af
S^rAx^* ^^TTJi^JreFr Subhashita ; J^ft^-^f^raT S.2.
^A^xA\ [ ^T^q^ '^^J^^f^Pr^^;^ M s . 8.101. -3Directly(^^F^), - 4 37Tf^^: A forester =3TF3f^^: q. v.
Soon, quickly, instantly ; ^ Tf'Sj^^-
3f5[.^%5f-^2r ; ^ J 1 ^ woman deco- ^rS 1 A. 1 To kill.-2 To transgress,
rated with the application of pig- ^5rerr ^nr m^ Ms. 2. 244. -Comp.
go beyond (fig. also). (7aw5. 1 To
ments, ointments, sandal &G., or 3^^r?r a. going straight on. ffrf lessen, diminish. - 2 To despise,
one fit for such application. - 2 [ ^ - a. [fj. ^ g ^ ] done rightly or justly. contemn, disregard.
^cSj--?^^ ] iN". of two plants ^ p i T f ^ ^Ef^r^^ a. [a^of^-^] Yed. Straight-
forward, going straight on. BTf a. [ ^T^zfit ^^FF?q^ ^'^TH; ^ i
and ^TFr^taf^rf88".
BiNrfry:[3t3f:3Ti% XJiii.4.2]lA cavity arf^ ^ Y^d. [ ^ - f ^ ] Unctuous, 3Tr-^3T] 1 High, lofty; loud. - 2
Prequent, constant ( i n c o m p ) . - 3
formed by folding and joining the slimy; lubricated; shining, brilliant.
f^:l A mark made with sandal &c. Dried, dry. g-t-f [sfF^ir q-:^] 1 An
open hands together,the hollow of the
apartment on the roof or upper
liands; hence, acavity-ful of anything a Tilaka mark '(f'f^iHfWH^T5 Yaj.
( rrFrfrfcT^ ).-2 A commander^ sender story, a garret.-2 A turret, buttress,
( changed to 3f5fr5" or [^ after fl:
& c . 1 % : - ^ / . 1 An ointment, pig- tower; Tftj?:** Mai. 9. 1; 5=i%*TfTfe-
and i"^ in rtn comp., P . Y. 4. 102) ;
ment.-2 Colour, hue.-3 i The sexual f^ R. 6. 67, 16. 11. - 3 A
f ^l4^f^Hr1f^^Ms. 4. 63; S'^^r ff;
market-place, market (probably
f^chNf^ : Pt. 1. 25 J ST^Ty'ST^ft^^rf^- organ ( 1).-'Comp.^f^ a. having
coloured thighs. for f f ) . - 4 A fine linen cloth. - 5 A
f^frfFyfr^rrr J Ku. 5. ISjXfcffH-z^jsqpJTf
^xf^ ^- Slippery, smooth (?) palace, palatial building. - 6 Killing,
^Rt^i^l'MK^lSi'M "V^e. 1- 1 a cavity-
injuring.-7 Excess, superiority. g^
ful of flowers; so ^ s n ^ ^ ^ f H ^ ^ ^
f^-^^^T^U^- '^. 2 ] The sun. Pood, boiled rice; ^S^r^Jf ^ ^ T ^ :
Y. 3. 105 lOcavity-fuls or libations
of water; ^JTrTf^rf^gp^ Ye. 1. 4 3^r=rFr pp. Smeared over, bedaubed,, Mb. ( 3Tt 3T^ ^ r ' ^ ^ AA[ A Nila-
anointed &c.; mostly as latter part' kantha). -Coilip. BTfff^; very
to be drunk by the cavity of the
of compounds; ^ , ' " ^ % # ^ r f ' ' loud laughter. ^?T^ [ sff WF^
ear; 9^^|# K%, ^% ff ^^ ^^T>^ ^^Id
&c.TTH'Nigbt. ^^^T^ W ^ ' rf. ] a place or country
the hands together and raise them
to the head in supplication or salu- ^ i f t [^tf^? ^ # F ^ ] 1 A blessing, full of palaces <&c. v^j^:,-^f%-
^ r ^ T ^ [ ^ ^ ] ^ 1^"^^ or boisterous
t a t i o n ; ^ : <ihW'!fK<r^^'^<HrifH^ auspicious desire. - 2 A pounding
machine (^^T^Jry ). laughter, a horse-laugh,cachinnation,
y ^ : STWTNTI^ :dj. 3. 37.-2 Hence a
usually of AS'iva;52f^^[t^Me.58;nTr?lT
mark of respect or salutation ; ^ : ^ ^ f t r ^ - t [ ^ - ^ c . t T 5 ; perhaps
Dk. 1. - ^ T ^ [^fm'^-f^-F'^F?]
\i*Ji"r fT^ ^^r^f^rf>#rt^?rf^ Bk. a Persian word ] . A species of the LIST, of AS'iva. 2. one who laughs very
8.84;^iMdH-H^^MHNf^-B. 11. 78. fig-tree and its fruit. loudly. ^ra^- [^rfFt^ ^F^^;%--^]
- 3 A measure of corn=^:5^; another ^ 1 P. (rarely A . ) (sfHlt, ^ff^r,' N. of a plant (jr^) Jasminum Multi-
ineasure=5f^, or one-half of a 7Tif%^. 3Tf^, 3Tf^)- To wander or roam florum or Hirsutum (^jsqi^rref^-
-Comp. ^ P T \ n, folding the hands, about ( w i t h loc.); roam over (some- ^FtJrt^Hdl)*
respectful salutation; ^ W ^ H ^ I J ^ - times with ace); ^ ^i^ f^r^TFT? Sk. ^TgcR": An apartment on the roof
^nr^jfoS'^T^rfrSofrn^ Ch^^.33. ^- go to beg alms; sTT^^^jf^r^TPWRr Ek. of a house; a palace also.
fi^ 1. an earthen doll making the 4.12; ?Tf^JfH^Bk.38-<;?m(i. 3 f f ^ | ^ ; BT^ ind. l^iX^^XX^t Bff^T^nT: ^ -
Bf;^ (?). 2. N. of a plant, Mimosa -freq. 3T2T2^ to wander about habi- ^X^ ^Fl^X^^rX^Xft^ mr-^o qjr^Jit Tv.]
Pudica ( r t ^ l r t ) . JH":-?: the cavity tually, as a' religious mendicant. Yery loud.
formed by joining the hands to- B ^ a. Wandering; ^ftff^; Ek. 2. 30
S ^ [ ^TPT^ ^Wftq^ FtjT^^, 3ff-
gether- hollowed pahns of the hand. a night-roamer. ^ ^ ^ 3 ^ ] A weapon shaped like a
B^I^Tf "Wandering, roaming; Px^, discus (H5h|4K"^c5^|^). ?f [ ^f%
V - ^ 3K Tv. ] A small mouse. ^ : F j ^ ] Disregard.
N. of one of Arjuna's arrows.
wrxA'-^f^ [^m'A #Ff; ^T^-^rPf ^ " BTgT?: [ ^XWW^ ^ qr^cf ] 1 Over-
3 t ^ r ^ n. (-of: ) [^nfrir rpsgrf^ frt^f- f[q^] The notched extremity of a bearing conduct, contempt," disdain.
??frt Sff 3T^5f; 3t^5n% P r ^ '^ 3 T ^ ] bow;^rJR^5=rW?r5^W3: ^N". 4. 96; - 2 Excess, superiority.
^peed, velocity, strength; fitness, BTlT^:-t^^: (^T^^Sfcrfrfq-qTwl" vf^^
propriety; ointment, preparation (t). atf^T^^lrfr R. 11. 14. ^T^-^Tf ^ r ^ ^ ^ ] An apartment on
-Comp. qr drinking Soma offer- BT^r [ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ] The habit of the roof, an upper story; a palace;
ing ^f?r: rapid preparation of roaming about ( a s a religious
Soma. mendicant); so 3f2^, 3T2T3^. 5T?T^y^ [sTffrT; ^ ^ ^ ] 1 A
m^ 28 ^TfTlpf
palace, a lofty mansion - 2 ]^. of a IST. of a plant ^x^AAX or ^ftrSffT*
country.-Comp.^HT: [^^rq^ rf.] Lila.or ^. the fourth part of a , =^t^*-'?',-^5R'* [ ^- rf. ] the scro-
a mason, a bricklayer ( one who M a t r a . H D o m p . ^ : [^fj: ^ ^ q ] tum. ^ a. [ sf^H; 3fFq^ ; 5f^-;- ]
builds royalmansions); ^r5^T^=^ ^ - a hair-splitting question; (sf^^rf: born from an egg. (-^: ) 1. a bird,
WA \^^<h\iX^ AXA^' I ^^^llr^^hl^^'FT: 5 ^ ^ : jr^^^TJT^Wrf: HVX: AS'ankara). oviparous being; ^^pfF^^ ( chlHH )
TlttF ^5TPr^^:). ^ : [ q^. rf. ] a kind ^rJ I^. of a medicinal oil. ^ [sf- Ku. 3. 42. 2..a fish. 3. a snake. 4. a
of base or foundation in architec- ''At xv^Txx ^ ^PTT WTf: ^F] lightning.lizard. 5. Erahma.(--qFrr) musk.Vf^:
t u r e ; V ^ r ^ : p . m . 4. 42. Jff^ a. [3f^: ^:AXW^ q ^ 3T5-^I ^ ^ J of[ qr. ^. ] E". of SxYQ., - ^ - I ^ f - ^ - ^ i
^ T ^ l t r . Togo. the size of an atom. \ g : [^#.] ato- / . swelling of the scrotum, hydro-
mic dust. \ ^ [^TjT: ^^Tf[ l:^7frrf?tw] cele. ^ a . oviparous.
^ f ^ ^ ^ JN". of a metre.
]^. of a plant (ctrjtf^a") Croton Poly- 3 ? ^ ^ : [ 3T^, ^ ^ ^ ^ ] The scro-
^;r^ 1 P. To try, exert, attempt.
andrum. ^Tf: the doctrine of tum. oR- [ ^T^cfpf ^ ] A small egg]
- 5 P. To pervade, attain ( Yed.). atoms, atomic theory, the theory
^ 1 P . l To join. - 2 To attack. that all material substances are . M ^ ^ : [3t^: 3Tf^ 3T^; 3?^ 3f|H^]
- 3 To argue, infer, discern, medi- primarily atoms and secondarily A fish.
tate. aggregates, and that all atoms are ^T#rT: [ 3f^: 3Tftrf 3?^ ; ^f^-fT^ ]
3T?^ [ ^ ^ ^^3^] A shield. See eternal.^t?^ [ ^' ^- ] ! rainute A full-grown or full-developed man,
observation, observation of very a strong or powerful person ; f%pq--
minute parts. 2. [af^: ^ ^ ^ F ^ ^ ^ - ^#|TT X^ ?f^fqr^T^4lT"(rl A. E. 4.
^(W^gSTSt A part of the plough.
^ ^rJT^ ^ 3 ^ ] an instrument, like the
^OT 1 P. To sound.-2 (4A) To microscope, enabling one to discern ^ ^ 1 P . ( ^ t ) , ^ f r n t , ^ ^ , 3fTf-3T-
breathe, live (for ^^). f^ 1 To go, walk; wander, to go con-
the smallest objects.^Tffl": [ ^ . ] a
^X^ {^) ^ a. [spffrf q^H3^ 5f^, fine sort of grain, rice &c. stantly. -^ To obtain (mostly Yed.)
^"^-^T^^^^Hl ^ ' ^ ] Yery small, - 3 To bind. ~4 (BfrfFt) To bind.
^Xf^tn^ m. [sfJ-f^ffH]; ^ ^ - ^ 3Trf^: [ ^Trrf^ ^Trfrf W^^] ^T^-^^]
contemptible, mean, insignificant,
1 Minuteness, smallness, thinness, A wanderer, a passer-by, traveller.
wretched; qfMf'^l^ ^ i ^ ^ - T*. I I . 1.
leanness,liineness.-2 Atomic nature. ^T'rf^ [ ^ - ^ ^ ] Going, wander-
54; oft. in comp. in the sense of de-
- 3 The superhuman power of be- ing. 5T: A wanderer, a passer-by.
terioration or contempt; ^t^i'r^: Sk.
coming as small as an atom, one of
a contemptible potter. ^ : A kind 3i<1sr^ a. [^ ^;f5;-cr|f?Tffrf ] JN'ot
the 8 powers or siddhis of /S'iva;
of bird. knowing that (cT^ i.e. Erahma).
(^i^mi c 7 f ^ ^ : ^IF^rra^ 'TFt'Tf ff^ 1
^^WA '^ ^ 1 ^ ^ = ^ rPff ^TF^Wffff^) ^^TcT^ ^' [ ^. ^. ] Having no
^A %*^; 3 T J ' ^ ] A field of ai;iu, see
3 T ^ a. [ j ^ ^ ^ ] 1 Yery small, shore or beach; precipitate, steep..
below. atomie.-2 Subtle, too fine.-3 Acute. - 3 " : 1 A precipice, a steep crag.
3 # r : ni. -of)- [ 3 T ^ ^ 5 ^ r ^ ^ - f ^ ] cfj": A small kind of grain. See ^of. - 2 N. of a hill. - 3 The lower part
1 The point of a needle.-2 A linch* 3 T ^ Yed. A finger ( t ) of the earth. - C o m p . STTfrf: a
pin, the pin or bolt at the end of a steep precipice; a^ fall headlong
a r ^ Yed. A fine hole in the
pole of carriage.-3 A limit.-4 The from a precipice ; a precipitate fall;
strainer for the Soma juice ( t )
corner of a house (used for killing HHl^'MMrHH^i^q'W: S. 6. 9 of my
animals &c.).-Comp. H N ^ : [ ^ -
Smaller, smallest, very small; 3T*TT- hopes there is a precipitate fall
f^ F%1r% ft^^j ] N. of a sage said
l^ft'MW Eg. 8. 9 very small; Bpft^- (some read the line a^ ^ % r ^ ^^rf^"-
to have been impaled on an apfj- or
^ ^TT^^.fKNT'TRd f ? [ ^ Dk. 142 ^rqirfi and take it to mean
linch-pin. ^ verily our desires are like the
ST'j^l^ 1 P. To become minute or
^fTO <^' (j-*^/-) [ ^ - ^ ^ ] M i n u t e , atomic. crumblings of river banks ).
small, little, atomic (opp. ^4r5", ^TcT'^T ind. E"ot so; Mp^ri a, not
^ C J : ) ; 3 T % ? f N H Bg. 8. 9; m f ^
^ 1 A, ( also 3T^ ) 3t7frf, 3TH^
deserving that, not used to such
; p ^ j : Eh. 3. 26 insignificantly To go, move. things; 16'^fRmrf^tf^: Eam.
small; W^xA ^ Ms. 6. 4 0 ; 3 T T T ^ ^ - ^^f^ p. pl Gone. - 2 Pained.
:5^fTrf?r: P t . 4. 26 asked but an atom, ST^t^ [ WXfA ^ % ^ ^rifrf 3 T ^ ; ^d<:^4 *^^^ Unjustly, undeser-
a very small quantity, Ms. 3. 51. 3TTj-;-Un. 1. I l l ] 1 The testicles.-2 vedly.
-Of: 1 An atom, a very small par- The scrotum. - 3 An egg] oft. used ^ ^ i J i ^ H ' ( ^^^t* ) The ' non-
ticle ( a n exceedingly small meas- with reference to the world as hav- borrower ', IT. of a figure of speech
ure) ; the mote in a sunbeam, the ing sprung from the primordial in which the thing in question does
smallest perceptible quantity; 3 ^ - egg of Erahma; 'Jfffri'^E^^^^r not assume the quality of another
t^H'T'^^^W'T^ ^Tff; ^ ' i f ^ Bh. Dk. 1. - 4 The musk bag. - 5 Semen though there is a reason for i t ; qr^pif-
2. 78 to magnify; cf. also *To make virile. - 6 K of iSiva.Comp. ^fFTF^Fl Hr^^KH^^I: ; e, g. v^^^ltf^
mountains of molehills.'- 2 An atom BTT^r^ castration. 3TT^^,-BTr- 'Wl^ ff^ rfm^ '^^^X T^ tFfcf r ^ ^ I
of time (sqr3f?fTn3'TrF^ rf^ ^ ) ; frfrf <^- [W.] egg-shaped, oval, ellip- ^T^lJt^F'^ R% j'^Ff P n ? ^ ^ r^^ift" II
it is said to be 54,675,000th part ticaL (-^:-frf: ) an ellipse. gRfsj^:, K. p . 10; or ^rrF'^^^Jll4i'KHI|<rT-
of a Muhlirta ( 4 8 minutes). - 3 ~ t [ 3t^ ^X^Ai ^fXZ\^jAA\ the shell of:^5^TJT| f^wff^^rf%% f^frm'^^r-
N . of Siva, - 4 N. of very the ^FlTTg" 'or mundane egg, ^ ^ ) ^ - ^qi^ II Kuval. - C o m p . # ^ P T '
small grain such as ^A^, ^(^^x ]^. of a variety of Eahuvrihi; e. g.
^m^f 29 ^ilf^
^ j % ^f Eh. 3. 6; BT^4^=^T^ Ms. 5. which is beyond human power, i. e.
31.-2 Prom this or that cause, a superhuman action; "'^nO': P^^t
^ f rf^jrnf^F'tW^^Tv. hence, consequently, so, therefore the whip (as a horse), unmanage-
^TcfW a,[^,^,] 1 Having no (corr. to 2f^, q^Hlrl or f|", expressed able; r!ff surpassing t h a t ; *'cqff,
ropes or musical strings ( as a musi- or understood); ar^rrfrf JfTT^r ff " ^ r ^ h i m or them that surpasses
cal instrument ); ?rf^^r ^ f ^ AX^X ^ ^ ^ ^T^f^r^jf^pT^^rr^ E 2. or surpass thee, so AXf '^ &c. (6)
'Rkm. - 2 Unrestrained; not neces- 43, 3. 50, Ku. 2. 5; BT^frff W- ( "With nouns derived from roots )
sarily binding; not being the object ^NidR-ir S. E. now therefore ExtravagantjCxaggerated^nordinate,
of the rule under consideration; &c. - 3 Hence, from this place; excessive, extraordinary; e. g. 3Tr-
^^^Tf^T^fcrt";^!!!^ ^ Sk.-3 Y^ith- henceforth (of time or place); (-qXr ^ : excessive regard; "a^WT extra-
out formulas or empirical actions. 3r^), afterwards.~4 Then (corr. of vagant hope; so ^ ^ , ^ ^ r , ^'sTFT-
^^-^5)--Comp.BT?f-m^ on this ^: &c. &c.; BTfrfff^ff^ ^ f r j ^ ^ r ^tx
^ T ^ - f ^ c T - ^ - ^ a. Alert, unwear-
account, hence, for this reason. q"^ ^XHX^^^x^p^' I xxix xv^x 'r^f^^'^ff^m.
ied, careful, vigilant; BT^^TfT ^ ^ - for this very reason. ^ ^ hence- ^A^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ; cf. ^ extremes are . ever
^!m p r ^ 5 K:^^. 5. 14, E. 17. 39, forth; afterwards.tf^ (a) further bad.' (c) Unfit,idle, improper, in the
H. Pr. 33. on, any longer (with abl.); here- sense of sf^sff^ or %q ^censure';
^T^cTT <^' 1 Not excited, cooL - 2 after; ^ m ^ ^ H^^ ^TcT ^ Eg. BTm^=pr^ ^firfrf ?r j r ^ ^ Sk. The
Unostentatious* - 3 Unemployed. 12. 8. (b) beyond this, further than ^T^r^^fW^ gives the following
qj: ( pl. ) F . of a class of deities this ; ^f^ir^qTiHrl.-qt S. 4. 16 more senses of ^xtA' f^^T^fW^i^FSfe^W-
among Euddhists. than this ; BT^:qt ffffl^ mXrXX Y. 2 ^fiRf^l^^mt I e. g, ^'Ax^: ^^^jlf^ |^-
^ S T T T T ^ ^ ^ [ ^- ^ - 1 0^^ ^ ^ 0 flow I have nothing more to say; ^FF^5; ''^F'rf: JT^a^M^nH":; ^^ ^X-
neglects his religious austerities ; {c) afterwards. ^EfZf: ; cf# ^ r F ^ ; ^if: ^it^F'W t^F: ^
^riHKccH^JpTf^: Ms. 4. 190; an STcT^: [ ^XTXXA W^mA ^^m^' 3T(T- ^ f c T ^ ^ 1 An exaggerated tale.
irreligious or impious man; f^ ^ ?fT- sTfiK^Un. 3. 117] 1 Y^ind, air.-2 - 2 Idle or meaningless talk. ?|
^^^xn Eg. 18. 67. The souL-3 A garment made of a. 1 Exaggerated, incredible (aj^"^-
BT^nr a- N'ot heated &c. -Comp. the fibre of flax (A generally).-4 q.)._2 Unfit tobetold.-3 Past narra-
rfj Cf. 1. One whose body is not A weapon. tion or mention, dead, lost. - 4
marked ( with red mudras &c. ). 2. ^rcr%: ^od. [3Ta;-BTF%^] A Swerving from one's caste tradi-
who has not fully mortified his wandering mendicant. tions &c; lawless.
body by penance. 3. whose body ^ % ^ ^ * [^fcf|t=?Fr: ^ ^ ^ ]
or mass is cool (1) ^ ^ t f r 1 Common flax.-2 Hemp-
- 3 Linseed.-4 A thicket, copse ( t ) ]N". of a tree fF^rF^^.
^;Tcr% ^- [ ^- ^ . ] Illogical, 'void ^fg* i7id, [ 3f5-f ] 1 A prefix used ^ f c T ^ ' ^ W <^. Afllicting very much,
of reasoning, g^: 1 Absence of with adjectives and adverbs, mean- excessive exertion.
argument or reasoning, bad logic. ing ' very ', ' too ', ^ exceedingly', ^ f ^ ^ t ^ ^ [STrJr^2r:^F%^?^].
- 2 An iUogical reasoner. * excessively', * very much,' and Of an extraordinary size, gigantic.
BTrff%rf a, Unthought of, unex- showing ^ 3 ^ ^ ; ^TTfrf^ not very ?f: K. of a Eakshasa, son of Eavana
pected ; ^HHi Tf^t^^Trfferff iffriH^Jri far from; "fr^very lean; ^ ^ v e r y who was killed by Lakshmana.
= ^ ^ n - ^ =^. Kii 4. 22 ; Eh. 3. much; also with verbs or verbal
^ ^ ^ - c . ^ [qFlt ^] ^. Yery diffi-
137; %Ff^ Mu. 4:,-^^ adv. Unex- forms ; f^Th>^ ^^XXX Sk. ; ^HxAx \
cult. ' S ^ - ' ^ : L^TFrf^Fcf f T ^ ^TF^JfFf^ ]
pectedly.-Comp. 3Trn^,-^T^H . flfifR-^^rl &C.-2 ( W i t h verbs) Over,
Extraordinary hardship; a kind of
occurring or befalling unexpected- beyond; B#f-f go beyond, over-
severe penance to be finished in 12
ly, quite accidental, sudden; "^^ffff- step; so 'W^, "^j * ^ & c . I n this case nights Ms. 11. 213-4.
g^lKlrirfi-cjH^r BTTfHn" Mai. 3; VqrTvf 3fl% is regarded as a preposition w^~
^fcT^iid Overdone, done too
^ Ku. 6. 54. ^ . - 3 (a) (Y^ith nouns or pronouns)
^ r i 4 4 a. Inconceivable; baffling Eeyond, past, surpassing, superior to, much, excess; ^f^^nf^^ ^ ^ ^'W-
thought or reasoning. eminent, respectable, distinguished,
^ ; ^ ^ a. Eottoniless. f^lr [^x^ higher, above, ( used with ace. as a ^ T f J ^ ; / . 1 Overdoing. -2 N .
^^XZX^ rf^ g^o f ^ > S T ^ ] I^. of a ^^qF^sf^ftTf, or as first member of of a metre of 4 lines, each line con-
cfiTffFr or lower region, one of the 7 Eah. or Tat. Comp. ; in which taining 25 syllables.
Patalas, being the first among last case it has usually the sense of s r f ^ ^ ^ K : [ ^TFIFRTFIPI % ^ F I %
them. ^t^-.lST.of /Siva.-Comp. ^pr,- eminence or higher degree : ^AAXy q ^ ] N. of an aquatic plant ^*3f^
) ^ a, [ ^ rf^ ^JTif^ ^4pF Ffrqi; ^ "wAh =^r^RHf ^:, ^AX WA'] Trapa Eipinosa.
xX^X^ X^ ^ ] bottomless, very TPX^ an excellent king ; or the ^ f d ^ ^ 1 U., 4 P. 1 {a) To step
deep, unfathomable, sense' of sff^mcf must be under- or pass beyond, get across, go over,
^TcT^^T^ ci. Yed. Not very stood with the latter member which cross; ^src^f?TnT5 jrfrf^tf^^^^r*^
strong. will then stand in the accusative BTf^^nf^Ff^^fR'T K. 346 led far
^S{W^ind. [f^-rfl%c5^]l Than this; case; 3TF'^TRT^:=TT'FWrfqFRf:;^TP?5-:, 3Tit- away from my story, rambled, made
from this (having a comparative ^Tfrff Tffr^F;soBfFt^F^,^^,q.Y.); ^ ^ a great digression; ^fH" ^if^frf^r^'^Tf^-
force); aTrff t ^ ^T^^^f ^ ^ f t ^ ^ - t^f^ irsof: Sk.; JfT5^r^l%^t^?5^- ^F^ 92; Prmw^rmi<*iw^XHXA
^^^A Kv..l, 23. 16; ^ R ^ q[x^ H^- ^XX^^^ ^ ^ Mb; "^x^ ^A a deed 120; ^fHt^m^FT^*^ M. 1 going sg
5^f^ ^^ite.
near; 34f?tthW4 rllHr<R^mrtl Me. fri^H: 5^ transgression (passing Ekm. - 2 To overcome, exceed, excel,
57. (6) To pass over, pass by, walk through); *<MVr^7^HKU{"lf f^4iH: 81; See ^TfrfT. - 3 To pass over, pass by,
past, go beyond; ^^if^^^l^AIHI^- ^l<^r^Klf^hH|f4 Mv. 1 violation neglect. - 4 To pass away, die, - 6 To
( of due limits or propriety) ; Mv. escape.
s^fiTq^ Mv. 7 is it passed or left 4. 25. - 3 Lapse, passing away ( of sri^TT < ^ - [ ^ - T ] (ill comp.) Exceed-
behind; frfW5rf^?FFf^ S. 7. 31 f^ time); 3^^^^c|c^i||^^HfM U. 4; t ? ^ ing, going beyond, transcending,
ehlt^^Jt^Hfri^*-^ ^ ^ Eatn. ^3 A ^"^^ ^^mTfT- Pt. 1; ^T%rr%r^r^F5R% excelling, surpassing; ^f^^rgpT* Mu.
beyond the plantain-bower ; rf^fW- M. 2; ^ ^ * Ram. - 4 Overcoming, 1. 2; ^r%^snT^[M^^^H^^1 T^F^m^T-
W^ ^^liiMlR- K- 121; qfi^CfHHl'rl- conquering, surpassing; mostly with f^: Mu. 6 by diseases defying the
W^ ftfi%^ Tm qiFrf* I^ni.;^^rrl^fH- powers of medicine, past the stage
?j2nT I^ 85 is going or departing. ^^ &c. ~5 Neglect, omission, dis- of physicking; (r^'^?$rfri^- 1^- 12. 48
- 2 To excel, surpass; exceed ( in regard; Ms. 11. 120. - 6 A vigor- piercing through their bodies; ^r^TT
number, strength &c. ) ; f^T^PTI^- ous attack, determined onset Ms. 7. 149 advanced in years, aged;
%\H^\ H^ M. 4; 3TM^IHd[)Pi^iMt?r ( = 3Tl%^?r^ q. V. ). - 7 Excess. - 8 ^^S^rr^iTT: 5 ^ : Bh. 3. 132; ^ t sr-
^ ^ M. 1 ; ^!%5^T#wmi% T ^ Ms. Abuse, misapplication. - 9 Imposi- ^TTT ^'flfrl^l^ Ki. 3. 2.
8. 151 ; ^7ffg^^TC^!rf^irf: Dk. 74; tion. ^ f ^ 4 | ^ ; 1 iN". of a star of the
SfTE'TO 5 ^ '^IHii'Hi'^id^MI 78 sur- arfrf^Rfff pp. 1 Exceeded, sur- 6th lunar asterism.-2 A large cheek
passing, superior t o ; ^if^^CHTrlSR*^- passed, gone beyond &c.; <Jifr(^i<i; or temple.-3 One who has large
ipjf^lf^- Sk. - 3 To transgress, vio- 'JTT'rf^rsm Me. 1 0 3 ; g y q | ^ ^ i ^ : K . cheeks.
late, go beyond, overstep; ^H'^^IM^* 35 departed, gone; JHITTT *f#rr Mai. ^iff^fl^a. Having an excessive or
gyrft: ^1WH*<M^/-^ Dk.^2; ^ 3 ^ . 10 beyond the reach even of de- overpowering smelL >;f: 1 Sulphur.
^ f^^rf^n%rrr ^w*fm^R3 6i; sire ; , fr^Kri^l^FRr: Mu. 5. 4 past - 2 N. of various plants: ^TT^, ^jrTfT-
the stage of thought; ^jSif^q^if^-
q^Hf^'^MH^I^ "^^ Ye. 1, Ms. 9. of lemon-grass & j n ^ .
*ir)3 T^T3 H. 1.-2 Past, gone by;
7 8 ; a r ^ ^Ici^^^lKki^lHl^ J T ^ : ^ f d ^ V y i c ^ N.of the plant j ^ ^ .
t F 3 ^ K . 5, past, fonner; 169-
Mai. 6 Oh, the event through ex-
P t . 1. 333, Pt.2, Bh, 3. 32; * fnf^- B^fct^N [^fRnfit^ff] 1 Yery
cessive affection transgresses all due TTTT^ Mu, 1 former kings. ^ A
limits; ^fri^K^ 4H^Mrt K. 160,181. past thing, a thing of the past, the foolish, quite stnpid. - 2 Inexpres-
- 4 To exclude, pass by, neglect, past; "^ > n r ^ cUM^frT M. 5 your sible, indescribable.
eet aside, leave; f^^| ^fi^iHf?)h*^ ladyship is speaking of the past ; ^ f T ^ ' l l J ^ r T ^ ^ ^ ^. Very deep,
*% ^JH^^'^^dltl U. 3; f?R-'gpcrnfj^K impenetrable.
^ f t ^ ^ ^ M. 1 to the exclusion of. H. 1; cf. * let bygones be bygones.'
^ f d j l ^ l ^- 1 Having excellent or
- 5 To go or pass away, elapse, roll **^iri^ ^ '^ith the moon in con-
superior qualities. - 2 Devoid of
on ( as time ); ^ ^xm MV^-^^[H junction.
merits, worthless [ jofi^f^:;^: ]. of.
P t . 1; irm^WT 4l*iHHf?i-^*tilM K. 59; J
^ r m w ^ Overstepping, spending Excellent merits.
ftf^^^l 47 is passing away ( is be- of time, excess ; fault, offence ; %- B n % j J ^ a. Yery heavy (such as
ing violated).; ^frl^hirl f ^ Ms. snf^rsK'l^ Xm^ 5T: Mv. 3, 43. mercury &e.). ^: A very respectable
5. 76; also trans, allow to pass ; f^- ^fil^H'^'l^ pot. p. To be trans- person, such as a father, mother &c.
yrfir f^HI^Trih*^ T>k. 100; 3T^- grossed or violated, to be disregard- ( ^' g r ^ ^ ^tfrfjrr^ ^A(A fArxx Tffrr
iirpif^fFRmte^ qfi;r^ri^<Ram.; ed, passed by, neglected or avoid- ^Tf^^).
Hi;i<^t^[f?<ilSH"n^l K. 266. - 6 To ed; " ^ ^ iifV?Rf S. 2, 3, 6, 7 ; 3?^- ^fciii^l [3rf?Rrt?frjrrf 'T^.^ff^r^f-
overcome, overpower, seize; ?n^" nn^H"ft^4:^ ^^^rJTlRlHiH H. 4.74. ^ ] N. of the plant tjf^rq^.
firr ^ii^rftif?!^^^ i*^^ Mv. 3.31 ^ f c t i K < < Y-QTj angry. - ^ ^ f ^ i 4 ' ^ 9 P . To take beyond
by seizing or falling upon, by main [ 5ff, ^ . ] K of a Mantra mentioned the usual measure.
force; ^ n f t '^T^^ 3#r^P=^ S. inXantras; 3<g|ft^r^fyff ^ q-^d^^n^m- B t f ^ f ^ a . [ a r f r f ^ i t ^ ^ ] Difficult
6.-7 To lose ; ^ ff ^^TP^TT^-
to be comprehended, incomprehen-
f W r ^ 5 | t ^ Mf^<lNH!i Ms. 9. 93 gsr^nr?: . v e r y cruel. ^X' [ ^ .
sible. ?:,-*n^: 1 Object of an ap-
mmCaus, To let pass, allow to go. If. ] 1 A malignant planet such as
prehensive organ, such as^cf^ *touch'
B^friHiH: 1 Act of overstepping, Saturn, Mars &e. (5fn ^ ^ ^ T l t ^ : ) .
- 2 N. of a Mantra in Tantras (If^if- the object of c ^ , ^ of ^ffx <^c. The
going beyond &c. - 2 ( a ) Ereach
^ ^ i * l 4^W#lnf^^TFI^ ^ I BfRt^": ^ Grahas are eight in number; ^f^r,
of decorum or duty; 3T?f ^fri?*[H:
Mkl. 7. (h) Transgression, violation; the corresponding atigrfthas being
^q-^ti" M. 4, 5. ( c ) Trespass; disres-B T ^ T ^ . tf^-=?f^] Thrown ^TO^, WX^j X^y ^ ^ , ^f^, ^RPT, ^xA^
pect,injufj^, opposition; ^rrfPr** c^yr^ft
beyond. T ^ A kind of sprain or & ^^. - 2 Eight knowledge, correct
H^dl*^^ ^^^ Mv. 2.10 refraining dislocation. apprehension. -*8 Act of overtaking,
from all trespass against Erahmanas; ^ m ^ J ^ a. Without a bedstead, surpassing &c. - 4 One who seizes or
Rraif^5Br^|i^ ^ 4d^[Hfil^H: Ki. 14.9; able to dispense with a bed-stead. ^ takes to a very great extent.
Ms. 3.63; ^df^v(fii^H qr^tfl^ M. 3; ^f^;Hlj[^ 1 P . 1 To pass, elapse, ^^frnror ^ To be held in check,
H^^iiR^i*<it^ K> 160; njfe^ gfSrer- pass away (as time)^ f^^sfifn^ to be controlled, fy? Nof three liba-
3fftw 31 ^rf^
tions made at the JyotiBhtoma B^QiMlH [ ^iRf^f^ 3f5f ] Not guests,rite of hospitality,hospitality
sacrifice. tenanted or inhabited. attention to the guests.f^ a. [ 3f-
TRra [ ^^XfAm^ tfA] f ^ ] 1 A (Ax^ f^ ^ ^ ^qr ] treating the
^ f d l ' ^ H K ^. Always wakefid,
weapon. - 2 Worth. guest as a God. vj^r title or
--^: The black Curlew ( ^^4^ ).
^frfrTBT Very destructive. |ft claim to hospitality; hospitality due
to guests; ^l^TcTr *^: Pt. 1 ; ^ ^-
[ 3 f f ^ ^ ^ ^1^ f ^ j f^-7^] A 5 T ^ ^ ] ( opp. WXWX ) Superior to
happy state of complete oblivion f^rmwr ^i^r *i^m i^ ^ ^ Ms. 3.111
his parentage. should come as a guest. m ^ a,
which drowns all thought of what- ^ r ^ r s r r ^ l p . l. TO survive, out- entitled to hospitality as a guest
ever is disagreeable in the past; live. - 2 To surpass ( in the mode Ms. 3. 112. tf^: the host or en-
^f?m7HfH1f:gT n ^ ^ BW.^r. Up. of living ) ; ^r<^I-^4Hi|t^^*^ E . tertainer.
l f d ^ " ^ . [ ^^Hlfl^irf: ] Vieto-' 19. 15. SnrftfnT^ <i. Ved. Travelling, wan-
rious over armies, ^Pt4)[ci^ Surviving &c. dering.TTI. ( ^ ) K of a King, also
^ i f ^ T ^ ^ l P . l To transgress, vio- ricriT5r Extraordinary flight called gff^ and afftpf.
late; be unfaithful to, offend ( as ( of birds ). BT^ff^f^: An epithet of Divo-
a wife &c. ); ^ ^Hrt(K^c^|t4|f<^: dasa whom the gods helped in
ricraTf,--^T^W ind. [3flt-^r
Dk. 162 ; ^ T ^ r ^ H J l T l ^ X q # ^ ; overcoming /S'ambara.
( ^ ) Ic^'S ] niore, higher ( abl, );
f W I ? ^ ^ : pEq^nrfrRT'Cf 5Rm M. 2. 7. ^ifg^^T^ a. Badly or excessive-
Mb.-2 To pass by, neglect, omit.-3 - 2 Exceedingly, very much; exces- ly burnt.T\5f A bad kind of burn.
To overtake, overcome; surpass, sive, great; ' g j : ^ ^ : E.3.37; Vf ^ f ^ - ^ f d ^ M Munificence, liberality;
excel. H^4^?| Me. 15 will attain great BTfrnnr^ (r^4^: Cha-^. 50.
BTf?r^ a. Very changeable, tran- splendour,-3 Above, higher in rank
^ f d ^ l ^ * Violent inflammation,
sient. ?T [ ^ f t ^ 5 ^ X^^^ ^X^XXt (aec.); ?TOTfr ^ t ^ 'iiftir-^r*^-
5prf^rf^^ 6 p . 1 To assign, to
Jf^irfrf ] ]Sr. of the shrub Hibiscus TT^ Ken.
Mutabilis ( q f ^ , ^E^TP^qftT'ftorq^r^n:- make over,transfer.-2 To extend the
r f c r a m - < n r e ^ a. v e r y sharp, application of, extend by analogy ;
fttyffF ).
pungent.^or: K of the plant ^r^Tf- JnTTTT^f^r^^T^r^ ^iriR^if^ SB.;
^Ri-^<"i Excessive practice, over-
iFX. JTT dub grass,
doing.
^fcl^HUIT Eapaeity, excessive ^^Fyrr^^^rfiffiA^d E lY. 3. loo
s^fH^nC: 1 Transgression.~2 Excel-
ling,-3 Overtaking &;c.-4 Accelerated greed or desire; orr ^ ^h^l Pt. 5 Sk. , IV. 1. 151 Mbh.
motion of planets ( gnm^q^iffr^ one should not be too greedy. ^ Bfflff^: 1 Transfer, making over,
a. Eapacioufi, very greedy. assigning. - 2 ( Gram. ) Extend-
^ ) ; passage from one zodiacal sign to STf^T^ 1 P. To cross, pass or get ed application, application by ana-
another. over, surmount, overcome; f^foiT- logy, transference of one attri-
^T^''^rft^<^ Transgressing, sur- f^fXX^ % H. 4. V.I.; ^ ^ K M H ^ ^r^R- bute to another, attraction of one
passing &c, t^rllQ Dk. 165 satisfied or appeased case or rule to another ; Bit%^% ^pf
TrfT^r^^rfn^ ^Axw^ ^if^: ('ft-
B r f c T ^ t <idv. Very long . ' t T ^ hunger ; %fqr ^qfi^Rft^ jr^g ^ ^ - fXXXXX); o r 3f5^j%sr ^ F r f f ^ : f ^ R f ^flf-
^ f f Eatn. 1 I have been very late; Xm^\\: Bg. 13. 25 cross beyond
snf^f^'C 'Ml^i ^ r f ^ K. 178 she death. A^' l^r^^^frr^rf: ^Ff^i^^= ^ ^^^11
had not long left when &c. STfdrlW Crossing, surmounting.
^fdrljR^ a. Crossing,overcoming, AAw A^ ^^1^' XX ^AA II This'
gr^f fi^Ml*lN ] A mushroom, anise, 3 T i ^ ^ is of 5 kinds: w^, ^\A, (A-
principally Anesum or Anethum 3T^-fl^ U Q . 4. 2 ; Ut. a 'traveller*; XwrX,^AAA\ & ^ ^ . Thus in Grammar
Sowa; N. of another plant, Barleria according to Manu ^^xxxA H" f^^'^f- 5fff?R?3[ ^ff^-, ^ r 4 ^ ^ ^ ? q f % ? T or
Longifolia. ( ^: is said by Amara f ^ ^ ^ T T : X?^: I 3Tpr^f|- f^^ ^^f^Fff- 5 ^ , pfX^, <^^^fN?n^: & f "^f^: are
to be airtHi'*^: Mar. ^id^l^cf; and *'^= =?T^HI^m^^5^ 3. 112 ] 1 A gnest instances. Jfl^^W ^^^\ is an instance
^TrT2^ Mar. ^ q ). ( fig. also ); BTl^l'im P l t ^ S. 4; of ^ T f l t ^ or analogy ; ^T^Rr^f^^-
^^Hc^^dfAi^lf^iQ' S. 6 dear^ or wel- fm^X^ X*iX^^h\X ^ n e ^ Bhasha. P.
come guest ; 5 ^ C 5 ^ l f ^ S fA^ 80. Bffrf^^ is generally expressed by
?{ ff ] 1 Free from worldly desires. Dk. 2 the guests of Indra's capital words showing likeness or resem-
- 2 Exceeding thought or will. - 3 i. e. dead; so ^pft 'Wnrnf^nfl^RTT^ blance, such as f^, ^ , g"^^ &e.
One who violates Vedic traditions of 12 ; >:n=^^Rt ^TTTTOrMf^c^*lR( T^fr=^: [ arf^^^T ^^ ] A
conduct. ^ t / . . 1 N . of two classes ( ^ ) Eatn. 2. 7 becomes a guest of, plant, Plumbago Eosea ( r^f^^r^ ) .
of metres ( affrf^hirll 3^* T W W K ^ - i. e. goes to or falls on the ears of ^ n % f 5 : ci. Very far; ^, -q^, '^f
f^'^^%* ) - 2 Fondness, inclination. the fortunate o n l y ; gRTff^ ^ S^ usually with sf ( gen. ) not far from;
frfr^^r^^ S. i.
^9V^x 'T^rrannf^^qfg: ] 3^. of a class Wrath. - 8 IST. of a son of Kua and ^ r f c T ^ J The Supreme or highest
of metres belonging to the B^frfW- Kumudavati and grandson of God;]Sr.ofAyiva.
^ class, with 13 letters in each Eama. -Coiiip.f^prr-i;irrr^r^n:- ^ r f c r a C ^ . [ S^^f^rWirf-; 5fF(^rT
^ine (5Pf iff^f^^sfrffiff^ gf feq^r^f^^ffTf.) Hjfi^^r,-%^hospitable reception of ^ WT ^ ] Surpassing the two ( f -
^1%^??^ 32 ^r^fR^
f r^r^ and c^i^c^^TJi ), or having no usage. - 5 Opposition, contrariety.
second or equal, incomparable, ^rfrfqrrfrfcT I^P- 1 Put off, delayed A question about transcendental
matchless; f^^f R ^ f ^ J f R f ^ f ^ T ^ &C.-2 Quite or entirely broken; BT- t r u t h s ; a vexatious or extravagant
K. 5. question that is asked though a satis-
^Tfcr^^=^r^ w- [ sT^^frg- ^ x ^ ] Complete fracture of a bone. factory reply has already been given;
1 An unrivalled archer or warrior. 3Tf^fra^. 1 Acute, running a e.g, VMaki's question to YajTz-avalkya
- 2 That which surpasses a T|^ or rapid course. -2 Surpassing in about Brahma in ^f^'^if^nTR"^.
desert [^^'^ ^fF'^^TFrf- ] . speed, swifter than ( in comp.) ;
* ^ T ^ r 5 r ^ : r T O f ^ : / . l Excessive
^TfcT^%t /.[sfFtqafrfF m ^^F^W- rf^r^ i w r : q^HiMHiTrfptflw f i w attachment;?fri%TO^:^PT^r^^fiT^: Pt.
m^l^X ff^ ^ ^ F ^ F F * ^ ^ ] 1 I^T. of a fK^ffFft'^- E. 3. 30. 1. 187;^7s^nf%TO^lT5 E)k. 101.-2
class of metres belonging to the ^xfA- ^fff^Tf^ P<^t. p. To be delayed or
Over-rudeness, impertinence; rfff^-
'^^''^ gi'oup, consisting of 4 lines put off;chrH^HMHK'M ^T^^^t^^AS'.S. ^n^TO^TT^ U. 5 ; Iff ^JW?f% ^ ? T N " -
with 19 syllables in each ( sf^iiivfl^- ff^TOT- Mv. 3. 16 indiscretion or
^ f ^ f r f : ) -2 I^ineteen. The teak tree, or the f F f r f ^ ^ . imprudence; ^t^ff^: Tf^T^lT^^*^-
^ M H I ^ a. Ved. Out of danger. ST^qf^TW m. A better road ^ W^ '^^n^ ^^* ^ ^^1 insult. - 3
than common, a good road. Extraordinary or unwarrantable
^ H c f f ^ ^ d ) ti;/.KofaVedic
metre of 3 Padas, the number of ^TfcTTT 4 A. 1 To go beyond; stretch of a ( grammatical) rule,,or
syllables in each being respectively spring over.-2 To neglect, omit, principle; also = Bff^sqjf^ q. v. - 4
7, 6 and 7 ; ( m^t ^^xAxA-^ xAx- trangress. Caus. To allow to pass A very close contact; srf^W^TTff-
f^fWA(xA IWTT*. ^FitPFpFPR* ^nrnr^fl:- f'ftfrTTW^f: Ki. 8.33 ( 3 f f ^ x ^ ^ ) . ,
f^F^n). srmqr^ a. [arf^Frf: qi ] 1 Having - 5 Prolixity; BT^frfrfTO^ Mu. 1.
^TT^TRT^T Excessive sleeping. no feet.-2 Too long by one foot. ^TFrMWcT The time after the
3Tpfq[f%f:/. 1 Going beyond, pass- ceremony in Avhich the ^ Mantras
- 5 " a. 1 Given to exessive sleep. - 2
ing, lapse; fi^f^no^frnT^ =^ ^ r ^ ^ are used.
Without sleep, sleepless. ^ ind.
^ ^ H q ^ r f Y. 2. 169.-2 Non-per-
Past sleeping time ( i^^f^ ^^Ft ^ g-
formance, failure; fry^R|%% ^^ ^Tra"^r3"r -^ g^^'^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^-
^AA ). f^^^ffRTTr^P. I I I . 3. 13^9 (the con-^ tained a marriageable age," a grown-
^l<H1^n^i, a. Very attractive ditional is used instead of the up girl.
( as an attributive of smell) ; B^f- potential, when the non-perform- ^ d ^ < ? 5 a. Very strong or power-
5%f : ^ 6 f ^ f ^ f k 7 Ak. ance of an action is implied).-3 ful ; W^lc^M^irTrq^ r^^^T^ T^f^ry:
S T F T ^ - ^ ^. [ ^ ^ f t F ^\A] Dis- [ q i r f ^ * ^ ^ ^ : ] One surpassing a Eam. t^: An eminent or match-
embarked, landed. v foot-soldier. less warrior ( sffrFT^ ).r^ 1 Great
^rfcfWT [ q=qr^W?r^riTfF] A girl ^tfrnrW P' P' Gone beyond, trans- strength or power. - 2 A power-
past five. gressed, missed, past &c. ful army.r5T 1 N. of a medicinal
^iTfcnTr5[^ 1 P. 1 To pass over; neg- S T I d ^ f C ^ ^ * Excessive familiar- plant, Sidonia Cordifolia and Ehom-
lect; omit, transgress. - 2 To fly by, ity or intimacy; Prov. B^rriMK^^I- bifolia. - 2 N. of a powerful charm
beyond, or over; to cross C^a-z^^. 1 To ^^j^r ^Paniiliarity breeds contempt.' or lore taught by Vi^vamitra to
delay, neglect; see sfi'^r^ below.-2 BrfcTT?! a. One who has van- Eama:-;ijfF^ t f^ 1 ^ ^c^F^^tyf
To disrespect, oifend; % 5^^^%^ ff ^- quished his enemies. ^: A great or rf?TF I ^ W ^ ^ ^^F ^F^^TF ^Tf^ ^^fFltfT-
^qfrTTf^^tfrf Mu.3.34 transgress, vio- superior enemy. rflT 11 ^ =^ 5^- ^WJF ^ ^ ^ R f %*rfF:|
STf^^qrr^ a. l Par out of sight,
^^^A ^ # xxH Axmx^x wr^Fcf II ^-
- 3 To cause to fly past or by. - 4 To not discernible; '^^f^' obsolete ^ ^ ^ f C ^ f ^ F % F ^ qnTfi%5 I ^ tPTF%
make ineffectual ; ^J^fFR^ ^J^fW'fT- (words).-2 Not hidden, visible. ^ ^FRT^ ^ j f e ^ ' r F ' : ^ ^ II H l ^ r ^ ^ -
*ifrmfr{^Rf Su^r. ^ To snatch xFBq- rcjxi^ifl ^ ^ H f t ^ ^ I MdK'Ml?^ ^ -
away, drag away. ^ r a ^ T R T ^ A very heinous sin,
CT^ ^f^^F^qrrrff^zff^ II ^ c ^ F ^ ^ f^
B^RiMrf4 Plying past or beyond ; incest, (^fcfiPT^ fFflTTfiT^ td^HH^, W^^PPTFrfTF I f l^q"ft ^AXXH ^ F ^
omission, neglect, missing, trans- 5 ^ ; p-f^^pf^K^f^ =^ ^ % ^f^rqirT^F- fF^R^FTcF: II ^5f^r^ JTT^Frnr^'^tF^S^g-
gressing ; gxceeding, going beyond F% ^ ^ ^ . ) ^ I PrrfFF%f ^F%"f wx^xA w xs^_ i]
due bounds. ^ I ' d m c ^ f N ' f ' d ) ^ ; / . N. of a r^rfrR"f5^ &^ 1 ^ =^3ir5T^ I See E.
BTfrTTTrfJ Passing away, lapse (of Vedic Metre of 3 padas, the num- 11.9 also.-3 ]Sr. of one of Daksha's
time) ; 3Tff^nH XX- Mai. 2.-2 'Neg-ber of syllabes in each being res- daughters.
lect, omission; transgression ; ^ ^- pectively 6, 8 and 7. ^ M < 4 1 ^ ^ ^' Childish, puerile.
^tr.^eh|gflf?imri: S. 1 if no other duty ^rra'Sr^^t Great continuity; ^ : An infant.
be neglected thereby, if it should ^ ^ r ' N l f g P T : E. 3. 58 very, rapid-
not interfere with ( the discharge ly or in rapid succession. B l f d ^ l ^ r [ ^TfFf^FrfF ^ ^ F ^ T ^ ]
of ) any other duty; deviation from " ST^fJnt i^d. Very early in the A cow two years old; ^^ifF^ A -3;x^
established laws or customs. ~3 morning, in the early dawn Ms.
Befalling, occurrence ; ^^jM^f- 4. 62. BTIWinr^PT Over-contine^nce, or
^ ^fJ'flr^'Md K. 289; ifr^wr^rRiMr- ^TTcfXT^^ a. 1 Overbearing Ms. abstinence (opp. Bf|^^^ ). ^:
XXi 302 falling.-4 Ill-treatment, or 9. 320.-2 Grown very much. [ sffrf^rnfr ^W^A ] One who has
^rf^ 33 ^Tf^^
violated the student's life, who ^fflftff Kn. 5. 48 ^^-jff^^: i7id. pitateness, head-long speed, rash-
cohabits with women. Beyond measure, inordinately, ex- ness; "frrfTTf ^ T ^ r Bh. 2. 99 ; ^^r**
^fcTVr (W) Kt 1 Excessive bur- cessively. ST>Trf^%^ K. 192 great hurry.
den, great load; ^^fcf^r?:^ ^f^^f^ff BTFr^TR (i- [ ^F^FFt^^: ] Im- ^fcIT^TT ( Very juicy ) K of
Pt. 1. 22; ff^ 1T^T% 5=^T^rff%ffrrf^Trr- measurable, very great or wide ( as various plants, ^ , XIX^ ^^^ ^trf^^.
Eatn. 3. 5; ^ ^ ^ f R ^ 5?f^f?frm^r?:f^ fame ); ^^x ^ ^ Dk. 1. STKrCRr*^, m. 1 An extraordinary
'-^^iki E . 14. 68 through exces- S r i ^ n T ct, [ ^^F^f^^TFrf: ] Final- or excellent king.- 2 One who sur-
sive grief; |i?cfff%^r^ ^^: ^ A^ ly liberated, emancipated from the passes a king.
Ki. 3. 33.*-2 Speed. - 3 Excessive Maya or illusion of the world. s r f l n : ! ^ ^- 'Yed. [3f|t^Tf^ U l t ]
obscurity ( of a sentence ). -Coilll). ^TfcWT^cT a. Very windy. ^:, Prepared over-night.-^f: [^TTt'^-
T [^rfrf^ ^It^FF'q' f "^Srf^ ] a mule. -^frf: A strong hurricane, storm,
rfFUF'^:, rfrf: Bf^c^^ 3p^] 1 An op-
^ ^ T % ^ : / . [ ^A tAAfA ^^X'- ^- violent gust of wind.
tional part of the Jyotishtoma^sacri-
"^r^XX^-, ^-flrqr ] Lightning; flash of
^rfcrftTcT a. 1 Over-measured, ex- fice (q^iiMiHI^^MSNIT^^ ^f^TTf^^: Z3ff-
Indra's thunderbolt.
cessive. - 2 [ 3T-|rff^] Not wet. Tf'^^:).-2 Dead of night.
s r f c T ^ 1 P . 1 To spring forth, ^ T K T f t ^ ( Gen. used in pass. )
^ f ^ % ^ A great friend, epithet
arise; ?[f^^ ^'Cf'^SIW?^ Mb. - 2 To of a very friendly constellation. 1 To surpass, excel, be superior to
surpass, excel; to overcome, subdue, ( w i t h abl.); 3 T ^ ^ 5 ^ f ^ ^ : ^c^%-
^friJJTn a. 1 Entirely free from
overpower. ^ r m i ^ ^ ^ H.4. 131; ^ ^ ^jfHt^
worldly desires, finally emancipated.
Bijfrf^^: Surpassing, defeating, ^fXXXXXXm^^^^^ Et. 4. 81; ^ r ^ : ^ ^ V
- 2 Barren, seedless. - 3 Surpassing
conquering. fiffi-g^^ft" * example is better than
( a necklace of ) pearls; ar^rgrFTT^-
arf^g a. Surpassing all, epithet precept;* sometimes with ace; 7(
^ f ^ % ^ ^ ^ M a L 5. 8.Tfr:-=?Fr^;
of Vishiiu. '^'Tf^T^m^PT^rFfitft's^f^ K. 203;
1 A kind of creeper (m^Ai, Mar.
BTfrf^JfH*./. 1 Excess, culmination, or used by itself in the sense of
^ ^ or ^F^^^Tfn) represented
highest pitch; "R i p t ^ to go to Ho be supreme,' ^prevail', t r i -
as twisting itself round the mango-
excess, to reach the climax; fpf rf^^f' umph', ^predominate', ^be mighti-
tree and as the beloved of that
B T ^ f ^ t ^ ^ * f ^ r % Mdl. 2 ; ft ?FTt-
tree; cf. ^ ^\Ax ^^^xAA\^\\A-
g^CPT: 7 ; XX^ ^^X^X^ fA Tf^f: JT- none is supreme or higher than
^'rX^^\^^XA7AxxwA S. 3, qfr^TfPfTT^
^jf: ibid, widely known, become no- another; 12. 25; so ^cfH-^rfriTl-^^ri,
*^^4iKdi r^TtcfJrfTryrfF'^ltrf ^XA M. 4.
torious, noised abroad; "f^JT^ i p ^ ?r ^^^r^'^R'^'Mrl I I . l . 17;^^^H^i^-tSlfrlK-
13.-2 N. of a tree, Dalbergia Oujei- ^ ^ H. 2 is of great importance.-2
^^^ f^T^^^f^ K. 156; ^f^^f^r-
nensis ( |^[PT^ ).-3 ( ^"^x^:) Moun- To be left with a surplus, be redun-
qr^ffrf^r'^^Tf^^^^rrTr 1^8; ^ft^-
tain ebony; N. of a tree called fj^- dant or superfluous.
qrr%#r- Dk.30;'*Rfif^rTrT%?rU.
1, Si. 9. 78,10. 80. - 2 Boldness, im- A^ { f r f f ^ ^ , rXX^W also ). BTr^f^^rFT 2^P' 1 Surpassed, excel-
BTfcfSnTT*/.-:^: Pinal liberation
propriety, violation of due limits led; ^qF!f%ftTFr^fn?T E . l . 14 strength
( from death ).
( ^^4\^X ) ; TA^ T if^^rfffrf^: ^ i . exceeding that of all creatures; ^ .
8. 20. - 3 Eminence, superiority. ^iffcnjc^ ci' Overcoming death. ^ ^ i f i R - ^ ^ HfT^t^r K. 137 sur-
- 4 Extensive land. c^t Pinal liberation from death passing the birth of a son. - 2
^ r f c T ^ ^ T ^ Voracity, surfeiting {Ax^y, XXA^ ftff^^ ^ f r f g ^ f ^ ^T^t Eedundant, superfluous, remaining
oneself, excess in eating. Am fA^ Up.
34f^441<^T l"Very great fragrance. f ^ f ^ K. 66 not contained in the
B l f ^ ^ T ^ ^ ^ ^. Very auspicious.
2 - IST. of a plant ^f^rff^^, Jasminum heart.-3 Excessive, exuberant. - 4
5?^: E". of a tree, (f^^^fs^r).
Heterophyllum or Arboreum. Unequalled, unsurpassed; supreme,
SrfcWfcTt/.-'ffpT: Haughtiness, too
^ I p f i ^ g : A kind of barley. elevated; ^^g^Kf: 5^f^sSr%RxFrrrf
great pride;^frlHH =^5^|T^:Chan.50. Ki. 14. 33 being raised up or
^fcHTr'Sr-HrgH a. Superhuman. ^ f c T ^ ^ t Over-flow, excess.
elevated. - 6 Different ( generally
^ f ^ n r ^ T ^. Exceeding due ^ I ^ < ^ ^ ct. Very fleet or swift;
qfrfftrF in this sense, q. v. ). - 6
limits. '^T^^rfrft^^r AS". 1. 5. Quite empty.-Comp. 3?^ a.having
B^f^TlT^T* Close contact. ^ f d < T h ' a. Very red or very a redundant limb (a finger, toe &c.).
much attached. xFTf N. of one of
^TflnrNr [ ^xfA^A ^xA m the ] 7 tongues of Agni. ( - i t ) a redundant limb or member.
BTf?f ( r f t ) \ ^ - [ fH-^X^ ] 1 Excess,
Pleshy, plnmp, fat, as ixm, W^X^ &c.
BTfcfT^* [ s f f ^ R T r a t ^ ^ ^ ] An exuberance, excellence, eminence;
^TfcHTT^r a, [Bff^^Fffr ^^F, ^XfA^-
unrivalled warrior, fighting from qt^mi^^^-: U. 6; so ^ ^ AxA"", J'Tf^
fqrrff^F^^f^ qX'^^] Exceeding the
his car ( BfPfrfF^ ^F^'^T^T^ =rf%=^4|rf- &c. - 2 Eedundancy, surplus, super-
proper measure, inordinate, exces-
X^X^ ^'); T ^ > S ^ ^ ^ f ^ ' - Ve. 3.26. fluity. ~3 Difference.
sive; yrrH<^4 M. 1. 8; ( in comp) Several Atirathas are mentioned in
very much, beyond measure; "IfJ:- Bharata Udyogaparvan.
;^fffnT S. 4. 3 quite insupportable; 3 ^ ^ ^ : ; ^rf^qritF ^ Tv. ] The knee.
''^^jfirlrif^ 1. 30; 5^^^c^*Ti%rr^- ^ ^ R ^ T O " * Great speed, preci- g^ /. A very beautiful woman.
5
^TTrf^^ 34 ^^TfrTf^L
^ r f c T ^ f ^ a. Very lovely, -^cf ^ T % ^ ^ 1 A. ( P. in epic
E". of tAVO metres, the one a va- Eatn. 2 get out of his way, elude poetry ). 1 To pass over or by, cross
riety of BTfrfSfrTritj and the other also his pursuit (and thus cheat him ). (as a place &c.). - 2 {a) To go
called =^F%"-f^-^. - 4 To transplant, remove (to another beyond, exceed ( fig. also );qrrF^^-
place ), bring or carry over; 3Tr'5"5RT- ^fRffrf 3HNf4<i Mai. 1. 26 exceed-
S T R r e ^ ^- 1 ^"^^y I'o^gb or bar-
ren; devoid of affection, cruel.-2Very Tf^T^rtr^ ^xxfA ^^mix Ku. 6. 37. ing or transcending the powers of
affectionate [affrf^iHF ^*^ ] 5^: ^ - 5 To follow, tread ( as a path ); speech, indescribable; T^Tryfqr^^TPT-
of a variety of grain. ^ r ^ r R f W l ^ WA Sarva. f%S ^ ^ E>k. 1327 ^ r %^uR^:
^^f^nr^TTfflffTfvrri^: Mv. 4. 29
^ f c T ^ T ct. 1 Pormless, such as
^. rf. ] 1 Passing or conveying of transcending praise. ( 6 ) To offend,
wind. - 2 Very beautiful. tf Great
the e;^^^fFr, the subtle principle of overstep, transgress, violate; 3ff-
beauty; as ^ sff^^ff- 7: [ ^XtA^X- life, to other bodies at the expiry of
Ax W^A ] the Supreme Being.
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ r m ^ ^ D k . 1 6 7 ; ^-rr^-
good actions ( 3f^S" ) contributing ^ % t ^ 51 who can transgress the
STT^^ a. ( Ft ^0 Exceeding one's to the enjoyment of worldly pleas-
decrees of Pate ? cfl'^'Mr ^rftHcRT%
income, extravagant. ures. - 2 Carrying over. A^^ ^TXX^X^fAAArX M u . 3, Si. 6. 1 9 .
^irfcfTtT* Consumption. (c) To neglect, omit, let slip. (d)
^ r f c T - ^ - ^ ^ ^ c^' Yexj hairy, ^FT^W; ^l:'^'^ ] The deity or spirit To have no regard to, disregard,
shaggy. ^J 1 A wild goat. - 2 A appointed by God to help in the slight; offend (especially by un-
large monkey. ^ A pot-herb conveying of the -^q or jgj-iT^ftT in faithfulness), injure; ^T^TOrfrfrf^
( ^F^3"^F ) Convolvulus Argenteus. the above manner. Dk, 62 disregarding; ^tl^?rr?Tf ^ -
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 Excessive fasting. 3Tf%^rft 1 Passing, spending. - 2 # ^r^..3Tm^w|gTcJfr ; ^ T ^ ^^-
- 2 Transgression; ?r ^^T^r^^^f^rf^- Excessive toiling or enduring, bear- Tr^T^^^^'^^T^ I ^frfrf ^11%^^
rS-Efsf Ki. 14. 9. ing too much load; too heavy burden; Eam.; 3Tq?^t^r?Trg ^r^rfkm^^-
B T ^ ^ ^ ^ ^- Erring, commit- H. 3. - 3 Despatching, sending away, % Ms. 5.161.-3 (a) To surpass, excel;
ridding oneself of ; cff^T^^^ A ^XA' JT3^^^is<rHI%^frfg ^ K i . 3 . 4 0 , Si.li.
ting mistakes; 5Trf#rcf^^^rr%^f^:
" s ^ ^ Pt. 5 how shall I rid myself of 59; ^fv^n%f 'Cr^^'rTpfr^Rf^:^ Ks.41.
E. 19. 14
him 1 40 to outweigh, preponderate, (b) To
^ f r r f ^ ^ T N- of a Prakrita
s ^ f r f ^ ^ a. [ 3fF'^^FF^^ ^ ^ ] overcome, subdue, vanquish, get the
Metre of four lines with 16 Matras
Able to convey to other bodies. See better of; get over, escape or get
in each.
^m^Ff. loose from; 3 T O f ^ ^ ? r m ^ Jr%r ^-
B^jfcTclTh' a. Ver;^talkative, gar- ^xAf ^rqr Su^r.; f^HMri: ^ ' I r f f ^ -
stflf^ff^ i^p. ^pent, passed.rft
rulous ; BTf^m'^r'^rf^^^rFrr'^ ^rfrrr^f 53:^*TrTf^^'#^ Bg. 14. 21 transcend
An inhabitant of the lower world.
Mb. these three qualities; ^ ^f^^
- r f ( ^ ^ ^ T ^ r ) =3?l^^f, q. V.
^ r r a * ^ ^ ^' ^^^y crooked. ^R": BlfrlWr^f* 1 Very harsh, abusive Mb., Dk. 73, Ks. 121. 67.-4 (In-
N. of the five planets ( ^ ^ and or insulting language, reproof; BTfrf- trans.) To pass away, glide away,
others ); ^xxAw^X ^T^FS% ff^ ^%[rf#?fi- ^r^rf^^t%^rf Ms.6.47; reprimand, cor- elapse (as time); to be late or delav;
^X^ WqiS'^F'^^frF^^F^ 'T^f^'^rqtfrf- rection ; BTfrf^T^r^fF^ ^ ^*fPT^- ^ rf%: 3T^'TfJf5=?ff^rfr?Tf^^ ^f-
^^F^f^mFfr^^FFtTsr* Tv. fgFf^: Mb.-2 Exaggeration, exaggera-
r^ff^r^^ H. 1; jffrff ^ ? r ^n^n%^^
^ r f ^ ^ ^ ^ a . Very old, aged, ad- ted talk, hyperbole ( sfr^-f^^ ) ; 3 ^ ^ - H. 2 ; ^fJT^r ?rrf^r^^ Mv.6; arr q'r^-
vanced in years. ^^^ffff^^ ^|R4) TTf^^^ Ms. 2.
38 is not late (^frf^'Frf^FrST ^frf). - 5
^rfcr^wt^rftra;. ^. ^^^ who is To go away from, ^ leave, abandon
beyond castes and orders (%t^frf^fF- ^friilT^ti Talkative, very elo-
(abb); ;!pqT ^ ^ ^ ^ ^fM^rfM XJ-
^^q-^f^of^cf A^q^XX I s f f ^ ^ ^ t ^ t A^ A\^ quent; exclusively establishing one's
q-qrr^ Eam. Cans. % To slight, not
f^F^F^^F A^^^ ). own assertion ; R T ^ ^ XA^^ * r ^
to heed, disregard; gf^^rf^^frfrff:
^ % ^ ^ ^' "^^^y round.^: ?rrf^f^r Mund. Dk. 136.-2 To let out, discharge
N. of a grain or pot-herb (^Tt^F^tTsf.) ^fcTSTT^* Past on the day pre- (as excrement).
^ 1^751 g* 1 P . To carry over or ceding a /S'raddha.
aqfrf^;^ A pardonable offence or
across. Cans. 1 To spend, pass ( as ^ d l ^ 4 > ^ ^* ^^^7 fierce. ^: A misdemeanour; exemption from
time;; j % ^ r H^fTR' ^ f^^Tf^f^^rff^- vicious elephant.
punishment; ten cases are mention-
f^ Mai. 6. 13 ; 3 T I % ^ r f ^ f ^ f ^ R f
^ f d f ^ N ct. IVery poisonous.-2 ed in Ms.8.290qi?f^q-#^ ^ H ~ ^ ^ F ^ ^ -
E. 9. 70 ; ^ n ^ l 9 . 47.-2 To let pass
Counteracting poison.qr N. of a R-^ ^ =5r I^m'^^^^TF^If-F^#FF|^?^^.
over, get through successfully; T J ^ -
poisonous yet highly medicinal plant
^r%^^pT ^' 1 Crossing, surpassing,
jlf^clTf^ E. 13. 28 allowed to p)ass ( Mar. Bffcff^q" or 3rfrf(^ ) Aconitum excelling; ^c|r((Mc(f?n| 3fr"5rar
over my head, endured ; ;^ ^ n % - Perox. Ki. 12. 21 ; passing over, over-
;nflf^ffrf: Ks. 33. 91.-3 To rid ^ M N 4 : d < t Prolixity, diffuse- stepping, transgressing, violating
oneself of, elude, avoid; ^TR*f^r|H|H- ness; XJ. 1, Mai. 1. &C.-2 Excessive.-3 Poremost.
^sTf^^nl^t 35 ^i^tlHMH
BTf^ffrf:/. 1 Surpassing, violation, containing 4 lines, with 15 syllables ^ I % ^ f ^ ct. liXt-m] Superiors
transgression .-2 Exaggeration, hy- in each. It has 18 varieties. excellent; pre-eminent; f^f^^rf^F^l^-
perbole.-3 Violent effusion ( a s of ^ f c T ^ J T ^ Ved.The dead of night. ^r ^ ^ ^ ^ ' S ' - E:i- 10. 25 ; f^jTHTiT-
blood) ; excessive action. ^ f c T ^ ^ d' Surpassing weapons; frf?[f%'^ 5^>^ ^r^^r^^^prir^: ^f^
^rfcT^^T^ Excessive growth, in- ff5[cf?2fr^: E. 12. 73 the nail-wounds K. p. 1; f^f^ wxxm A^^^mm^^
crease, adding to, increasing; i^c^sf^ V. 5. 21.-2 Excessive, abundant.
surpassed the wounds of swords.
5^5r?rr]^^f?f (PT)^^xpt^R^^^^^T- ^ r f ^ ^ r ^ [ ^ - ^ ^ ^ ] Excellence,
^fcndV 2 A. 1 To surpass, excel; superiority, Mv. 4. 15; 3T!%^r^ rfif-
f f l : q - f t ^ ^ f f f ^ ^ K. 289; cf. ^^Car- '^^ff^r^rf^r^frf^q: E. 5.14;=^f^-
rying coals to ^New-castle ", or ^^ To f ^ 5 ^ ( superlative aflixes ) P . V.
^ =^frf^nr^ 5?T^: Ki. 6. 32, Bk. 3. 55.
gild refined gold , to paint the lily,
7.46, 8.1; ^T^tf^jff ^^PTft'^ ^Hfrf- W%^rf^5 ^' [ ^ i % % ] 1 Excel-
...or with taper-light the eye of
^ ^ g Mu. 3. - 2 To precede m sleep- ling, surpassing ; ST'if^TfH" &c. - 2
Heaven to garnish is wasteful and
ing; 3Tf Trf'f^rm^if^ Mb. - 3 To Excessive. ?ff jST. of a metre.
ridiculous excess " ; See the other
annoy, act as an incubus. '^Caus. ^fd'^l'^'* Eemainder; remnant
phrases on the same page.
{-W^AxA ) To excel; vrr^jf^F^fr^nTf% (as of time) ; a small remainder.
^ M ' i ^ ^' Yeij old ; very much
grown. ^5: N. of a Mantra in Tan- vrr^ :^r?^r>Tr^.' Mu. 3.17. ^ f c r l r a f ^ ; [^^^F^i^^rr:] A
tras; ^^-m xxj^^-q qx^^'^x^\ I ^- ^Tft^^- [ ^ - ^ ^ ] 1 Excess, pre- man superior to the most excellent
eminence excellence; A\^ E. 3. 62; woman.
XAT^' Xi A^X^ ^tW%5 ^^'' II W
A very old cow (unable to chew fffl^f.. mA^P^i U. 4. 21; ^iftJT^i^f^- ^ f c H J ^ <^. 1 Surpassing in
grass &c.). Trfrf^^ f^WrH: E. 6. 11 excellence, strength a dog (suchas a boar &c.).
highest perfection of art. - 2 Supe- - 2 Worse than a dog. s^f Service ;
^Tcr^[re / . Excessive or heavy
riority ( i n quality, rank, quanti- cf. ?F^r rTFq^^FFlTff frXfA^i ^"qiA ^k[
rain, one of the six calaraities of
ty &c. ) ; JTff^^rq-krf^^ fl JTfrff \A%: Mu. 3 . - ^ : K of a^tribe.
the season. See fF%.
c^r'^*lf^^' U. 6. 11 ; oft in comp.
^ % ^ ^ m. An excellent dog.
^ W ^ M i d a. Moving or moved with adjectives, in the sense of
with great velocity, quick in motion; 'exceedingly', 'excessively'; ?:H':'fr^: ^f^^^fTS?^ [fr. ^^?^] A trans-
gressor ; a very dissolute woman.
Mu. 3 ; 3 T r # ^ ^ P l ^ ^ : E. 17.
q"ir^^^l<^fd^|Jlrir: || 25; frFrrgrorn^^^^rR^^^T^: v . 5. ^fcTlTT 1 E. To excel; be over
1 9 ; or with nouns, meaning ( Ved. ); ^ g ] ^ lA"^ f^^f^r^Hf-
^ M ^ ^ * Close contact , ]N'. of
'excellent', 'excessive', 'very great'; A\\iV^ Ev. 10. 90. 1 was over and
the contact of ^^f^ and i^^TF^ ( ^ -
above by 10 Angulas. gf [^^-flrqr-
^%^^%w: i^H; xixA^ "^x^^xmxi I ^rt- ^ o B T ^ f ? f ^ K. 80 the best of
q^ ] Superiority, precedence. a
AA\ f l ^ ^ ^^TF^^^^TF^: 11 ffrf ^ ^ - horses; ^rfeffTfcfT:- ^3 Advantage-
=?F: q ^ ^ ^ : ^ ^ F ^ q r ^ ^ - Tv. ). ous result, one of the superhuman ^ ^ - ^ ^ Surpassing, standing at the

qualities attributed to Jaina saints. head of all.
^ i c r ^ ^ . [sfFt^imttt^ H^F^F^ a. [ 3TFt^^:3T^^ ^ ^ ] Superior, ^ra"^fTR"' / . Close contact, or
^r ] 1 Exceeding the due limits or pre-eminent, excessive, very great,
proximity ; great attachment; 3 ^ ^ -
boundary ( as the water of the sea).
abundant. -Coiup. ^ 1 % : / . 1. ex- ^ r % % ^ ^ F T ^ ^ f ^ Si, 9. 7.
- 2 Excessive, extravagant; bound-
aggerated or hyperbolical language, ^ % ^ ^ r 3 U . l To deceive, over-
less, ft adv. 1 Excessively. - 2 Out
extreme assertion. 2, a figure of reach, cheat; r^HT ^s^H^T ^ fA^^m-
of season, unseasonably.
speech, ( corr. to hyperbole ) said
^RffcTo^^I^^T Infliction of ^r^x^^x^xxxxx^n^ mxA^x^xm^: s.
to be of 5 kinds in S. D, but of 4
great pain; ^fq-^Rsq-^T^^^f^^ P. 3; ^ JT^ff W f f ^ ^ l ^ ^ ^ : V. 2.
V. 4. 61. in K. P. ; f^Tltqt^-^^fTF^ J" q^TX^q Avn
- 2 To prejudice, wrong, injure, en-
^ ^ I H'tHrlf^ ^^"^ Jr?T#?^ ^ ^ q -
^ r f ^ S ^ f n * / 1 An unwarrant- croach upon; i ^ ^ 'Tptr^^^l^f-
^ I ^ T F ^ r m r ^ ^F^F^^tqq^-. I Ft-
able stretch of a rule or principle. %qn%^FI%: W', Ex. of the first kind: T ^ 5 ^ T ^ BW. S. 53. 82.
- 2 Including what is not intended ^TRt^q^PTFt ^Tff^ "^ fT^qr rfFFt ^?f^- ^XA^^A Cheating, deception;
to be included in a proposition; qTrpf^^^r AS'. 5.25; trick, fraud.
rrjTf^jff I XXX =^ ^Fn'rg'TrfrjFTFcfqrq'rF ^ f c T ^ ^ ^ The time about the
( in I^^yaya ) including or cover- %jfiT II 3. verbosity.
ing too much, unwarranted ex- twilights, the time just before and
BTfrf?[f^T5T ct, [ #->TF%-^^ ] Sur- after the morning and evening
tension of a definition to things passing, (in comp.) ; great, eminent;
not intended to be defined by it, abundant.?f Excess, abundance, twilight ^
so that it includes such things as superfluity. rft N. of a metre of ^f^rETM^ Violent motion or
ought not to fall under it ; one of four lines, also called F'^rJ^F. movement (of the child in the womb).
the three faults to which a defi- BTr^i[f^^ a. Tending to excel or ^ f ^ ^ r ^ ^- Transcending or supe-
nition is open; 3frS"^^ rTS^fofipT^f sfF't- surpass. rior to all, above all."-^:The Supreme
s^TFprf^' ^rm ^ J ^ ^ ^F^T^' ffrf rJrsa^T^
^rrf^i^rf P' P' 1 Excelled, sur- Being; BTf^pg^ ? n r ^ Mugdha.
passed &c.; ^?T5W^f^U. 5. 4. - 2 ^ T c r a f cPT^T A kind of very
^Tl%?[r^(^) ^ A class of metres Excessive, exceeding^ going beyond. austere penance; ( i f t f ^ r f i ^ ^ t e l ^ ^ *
^itiyt^t^f m T ^
or absence of contact of the tongue neglected &c., with ace. or in comp.;
57^5-ir^l^FF^^rrq^ Vishiju Smriti). and palate in pronunciation; epithet Tft^^Trftrf' MaL 1.30 beyond or past
of the semivowels and vowels. definition; ^^^^rHrftrr or ^isilMtrT
^fcT^NcH^ a.{^f.)Extend-
ing evermore than a year;Ms.8.153. ^ i c T ^ f Over-affection;"?: gpff^- beyond enumeration, innumerable;
fi[ff V. 2 sees or finds what is to be rff^rrf^^ % Me. 29; ^ g ^ W ^ f m T ^ -
^ R T ^ T ^ T [ ^^AA xxx^ Tj^r ^- done; ?: tffq-^^ S. 4 is apt to sus- ^r^r^S .S'i. 13. 1; ^f^frf: Ki. 11. 2
^^rr.' ] N. of the plant 'ffqfg', sweet pect evil. past youth, advanced in years; g ^ t -
juice of the Bengal. Madder, Eubia t^qft^^rnfr ^rnrftrft^ ^ 3 ^ ^ Bg.
^ ^ ^ ^ T>^' P.[^TF^1^-Pr]
Manjith.
1 To stretch out the hands (f^ F'^- 1 4 . 2 5 ; ^ r % ^ ^ ^ ^TTr^^TPTrf'frfr ^ T ^
^ r i ^ ^ 1 P . Ved. To extend.
^:'Prf^)--^[ff^^^F^F'rf^F^'^] To over- 5pfr 14.21; 5^rnr!Ti{'rffrf; ^55[pff^?r:
^Caus. 1 To extend. - 2 To exert V. 5 gone beyond the reach of ar-
take ( one ) on an elephant.
oneself to drive o u t ; give out ( as rows, past bowshot ; ^ ^ t ^ % > S f ^
^Trft N V f ] 2 P. 1 To go beyond, Ak. who has left the boat,i.e. land-
a fluid).
pass on, over or beyond, cross (time or ed, disembarked. -(6) Gone by, pass-
^^flf^^ a. 1 One who goes beyond
space ) ; i^^T^H^iHrTl^^ S. 1; 'ST^T^- ed away, past ( as time &c. ); ^ -
or exceeds.-2 Leader, foremost. ^;
^ f f ^ ^ r ^ ^ S ^ ^ l^i- 14. 54 was rftrf PT^f^ Dk. 11; B ^ f f f r t tff'
Effort or exertion.
gone to or reached; ^f^oej ^ ?f^f?f- ^frR^ S. 6. 9; " a T ^ r r r r r ^ r s T t ^
B ^ ( # ) ^ ^ - [^TF^^F^F^ 'f* %-
f^q^ ^Tf^^l% ^ r ^ : Me. 34 passes Pt. 1 ; 3T#% ^ ^ % ^ 1 % Bk. 7.18;
^ c q - , ^ ^ f F ^ - ] Dysentery, vio-
out of sight; BTfffct^FfffW >? ' T N ^ | f ^ ^ M s . 8.27; 3T*rt m ^ ^ i
lent straining at stool.
rr^rr>S^iTrflEam. after 11 days; ^ f i - ^ [ f l ^ T T P f ^ Ms. 7.179 ; "f^f^^ ^
^^^if^^T^^ ^^: Si. 13. 53. ^;^Pff^ Pt. 2.182 of past gains; ^frT
tX^] The disease called affff^fF^. a.,
- 2 To enter, step over; BT^ft^ ^'HIri<| "J^riTriff^ K . 46. -(c) Dead,
- 3 T f ^ ^ r % ^ [Bfi'^W^ ^^qTFFfrf, fPf
^ ^ ^ ] Affected by, afflicted with, deceased; ^^^Mfft'^^^^ffTrft^ ^ q r t
Ms. 4. 73.-3 To excel, surpass, out- ^ ^ Ms. 5 . 7 1 ; B^M^r^iiHcTfrrr^r
dysentery; ^ f f f ^ r ^ ^ s f ^ r ^ Ak.
strip,be more than a match for; f^f^f- ^ i ^ ^ " ^ 9. 196, 197.-?t The
^ f d ' ^ < 6 P . 1 To give, present, rf^: ^ff^rff^^ r f ^ l Ku.7.15; ^ c ^ - past, past time.
bestow, grant; ^ t f ^ ^ ^Tr^r^ft^fiT: ^frfM f R^r ?Cr^ ^ % ^r^FT: S. 1; BT^^PT: [ f-3r^ ] 1 ( ) Passing
Mu, 2; ^ 5 T r ^ ^ ^ r ^ ^ ^ ^T^F^ BTmf^^^^^ ^ r ^ F T ^"A Si. 2. 23; away, lapse; ^ ^ . Ms. 8.145. ( 6 )
V. 1. 15; ifM^r^ rR^f. .BT^ffTH-^f;?; to exceed, go beyond, transcend; End, cenclusion, termination, ab-
E. 11. 48; B ^ ^ r ^ r f ^ ^ r 12. 27.-2 ^ ^ ^ R f ^ l S ^ jff^RTMs. 8.151 does sence, disappearance; rfTf^^ Ku.
To dismiss, abandon, part with.-3 not exceed; ^^X^ ^T^f TTO"!" =^ 4. 44, 5.23; i%f|j?T^2f^ ^stfrw^f:
To permit, allow.-4 To remit, for- Tfp^fl^Trff^Ki. 18.41, Si. 16.48.-4 3. 61; BTfrrr E. 1 . 52. ^2j Com-
give ( as fine &c. ).-5 To leave as a To overcome, subdue, vanquish, plete disappearance, death, destruc-
remnant. get the better of; ?r ^ P T .f^ ^ - tion, passing away, perishing; pfrHC-
BTf^P^: 1 Granting ( of a wish); 4ii^<:4|4rf^E. 19.53 did not overcome, 55^1 iir^ Dk. 64,-3 Danger, risk,harm,
giving; ^ S l t c r R f ^ j r Jf^ff W^ IXX- outlive or survive; to overtake, injury, evil; ^ffif^rn^^nTTrT?f: Ms. 10
cJf^^f: E. 10.42.-2 Granting permission out-do.-5 To walk by, walk past, 104 the life being in danger or
( to do what one likes ^n"fr^^??w ) pass by, leave behind ; ^ ^ f ^ f f q f ^ jeopardy; i r n p T m ^ M ^ ^'27;
P . m . 3. 163, one of the senses of the f^fff^^HrTl^'M S' 6. 16;;^ff;c^fTfr5 m^KcdT^ ^ ^fsrrt Y. 1. 179, Ms. 6.
Potential. - 3 Dismissal, discharge, BTf^ E. 15.37.-6 To omit, neglect, 68, 8. 69 ; 3^r^TO^^ JTr^f: 10.99
parting with; giving away; ^foj-j-^- disregard, violate,transgress,overstep; (KuU. g-^W^^^TcT^: ). - 4 Suf-
HN'ti'Mrf^^ ft'^T^J^: Mr .a. ?r ff^T^^^r^ffMr H ^ - ^ P T ^ ^ Mb. fering, misery, difliculty, distress.
\_^A m^HVmX^-'] Everlasting, perma- avoid; B T # ^ ff TPrn5 ^ 5 ^ ^r^mt - 5 Guilt, fault, offence, transgres-
nent ( xArq ) ; emancipated (.g^fT). g ^ ^ ^ H . i.i5;t^^irrc*=qr%>s^- sion; ^ f ^ R f ^ f c ^ ^*^ ^rnrf^^fj^r
BTfrnET^ 1 Giving, granting; con-
^fH y . 2. 195; BT^^TfWr^ ^ f ^ r%5 Ms. 8. 243; ^ | ' - 4 r ^ 4 i " R c ^ 8.
signing; fA^x ^^^HiTd^^^Tr^ Ku.4.
qf^FJ^FTRf f^3:^am.; ^rfr?3f^tl% A^ I 400 should be made to pay as a
32, consigning to the flames; ^f^frfT-
Ms. 12. 90 oversteps the ^Ye fine for his offence. - 6 Attack,
Pn% ^ ^ ^ f ^ .S^i. 14. 48; rfrffPT-
elements (%^ ^ f r f Kull.); ^c^r% assault Y. 2. 12. - 7 Overcoming,
fwrtr^^nfrRf^nTT^ Eli. 1^' ^^ giving
^m'^\AH ^ f t w r B g . 8. 28,14.20. mastering mentally, comprehending;
back. - 2 Liberality, munificence. - 3
-7 ( Intrans . ) ' To pass, elapse j r r ^ ^ ^^\A :SXX^^\ Earn. - 8
Killing. - 4 Deception. - 5 Separation Overstepping ; ^ ^ ^ v^f^ f ^ r f f
( t i m e ) ; BT^Jfm X^^ ^f^ W ^
from, parting with.
^^X^l^ Eam.; BT#^ ^ f ^ f ^ &c. j ^ ^ t i f f Ken. - 9 A class, kind.
s r f ^ K W ^ - Very fragrant.-^T - 8 To overflow, be redundant, be "^ BTc^ff^ - STR^fnr^ q. V.
Great fragrance. yf: The mango tree. in excess.-O To die. ^ciff^rf a. 1 Exceeded, surpassed.
^fcf<H1 Ikrif , Stufiing oneself BTrftrf p. P' [ f-=^ ] 1 (^one be- - 2 Violated, outraged.
with food; ?r ^ ^ m p ^ Ms. 4.62. yond, crossed.-2 (Used actively) (a) B T c ^ ^ a . [f-fF-^ P , i n . 2. 157]
^fcl4:M^l ^' ^ o t liberal, niggard- exceeding, going beyond, avoiding, Exceeding, surpassing.
ly, mean-spirited*?^; Slight contact | overstepping, having passed over or ^T^tflpT a. [ 3 f i t ^ t F ^ ] B e y o n d
^TrfNf 37 ^Tc^f^
the cognizance (reach) of the senses ; ^^mr [ ^rffrf ^rfrf A^mA} ^ ^ - r f ^ exist for all time; t^Fl^^^^nf^^"'
f^vTF^:] 1 A mother.-2 An elder sis- HHl'^'Mll^^:. (This is considered to
c^3^HHdTfJ4 wA ^f^fk^<rmi$M xx^- ter. - 3 A mother-in-law; ( rarely ) be xA^q or eternal and different
?fffNS^^r^rRFrf^:ASi.l.ll-;!f:The mother's sister. from the other kinds of ^'q\q). Tf
Soul or Purusha, (in SankhyaphiL); ^frr: /; ^M^r [^^A ^ F ^"-^- a. going or walking too much or
the Supreme Soul. ^ 1 Pradh^na rF, ^ P f 1 ^ ]An elder sister &c. too fast. Tfrf a. gone or departed
or Nature (in Sankhya phil. ).-2 ^'^ &c. See under 3f^. for ever, gone never to return; ^XX^H-
The mind (in Vedanta) ^y^ r^ ^ff^^- ^Mr['^^X^Ax^: E . 8. 56. 2. always
STrJit [ ^Trff^ Sf^rq^F^tf ^T^, ^ - ^ ]
'Trfl: ^^Ht^SS^Trrr: ^HMH: Ms. 1.7 A battle, fight. applicable, perfectly intimate or
(Kull. tft^^At^ ^(tt ff^ ^^^0. pertinent.Tn%:/-1* sense of ^com-
STr5T: [^rfFt5Efrfcfrr^?nt;3f5-^Un.
^rfN'L^Frf-f^] ind. 1 Exceeding- 3. 6.] 1 Wind. - 2 The sun. - 3 A pletely';3T?rc2frfim^ =rfrr5 P . Y.4.4. 2.
ly, excessively, very, very much, traveller. Written also as 3fr^. completion, accomplishment. TfT^-
quite, too ; fr^rf, %E &c. - 2 Sur- ^ a. 1. going or walking very much,
passing, superior to ( ace. ); BTrf)"- going too fast or quickly. 2. exces-
^3] ] A courser, steed.
^T^r^^rf^'^^fr^: Mb. sive, much.f^ffrf: f. complete dis-
^ T ^ T ^ ^ a. Ved. Emancipated appearance, absolute- cessation. ^ -
W&^cz. Not bulky, lean, lank. from sin or evil.
^T^f^ a, Ved. Not rich or liberal. ra^ m. [ ^ - P r f ^ ] one who con-
STrErfiJ ct. Surpassing fire.frrf: stantly stays with his preceptor, as
^ ^ " ^ ^* [ ^- ^* ] Unequalled, Morbidly rapid digestion.
a student.^^prf:. close proximity,
unsurpassed, matchless, peerless,
uninterrupted continuity; c f f f r ^ ^ -
incomparable , very great ; vx^H- f W F ^ H ^ ^ ] The optional second
ic^rlM'Mf'tP. I I . 1. 29. 2, Insepara-
3ry ir^f^fffg;Pt. 5. 3 1 ; so qi:f5ff?f, part of the Jyotishtoma sacrifice.
ble co-existence.^tf%: excessive
^'^^q- &c. t^; The sesamum seed
^ r M ^ ^ I a. [ a ^ f ^ T f f ^ ^ : ] Past sexual intercourse. g^nRK a* very
and plant (i^rS^pr ).
the goad, uncontrollable, unmana- tender. {-X-) a kind of grain.
s r g ^ ^ a, LTnequalled &c.
geable; fX^ftrfr^ Tf^ Earn. S T c ^ r f ^ a . [3fr^rf Trsirfrf; 3fc^rf-
^ f J N K a. Not cold. Coilip.^f?::
^Tc^f^^^^?^. A long or wearisome ^ ] 1 Going too much or too fast.
Thje Sun; so ^^ff^f^JT; ^ % , "^T^^
travelling; a long journey. - 2 Very near. - 3 Not near, distant^
^f%&C,
^T^frT ci. [ 3 T i t ^ : ^rf AX^\ ^ ] - * [^Tf^f^rf 3fm* W t ] 1 Close
^rfg ^ /^- [ ^ 3^-ftr f l ? ^ ] Not
proximity, immediate neighbour-
a donor or giver, not liberal ( 3 f ^ ). 1 Excessive, much, very great or
strong; '^It great enmity ; * ' ^ r ; ' ^ - hood or being in close proximity.
n ^ a . [^?[q''cf,Ji:-f|w^] Ved.
^ll^chilPlr^T: Ku. 5. 26.-2 Com- - 2 [ BTft^frf ^AAx ] Great distance.
Not obstructed or stopped or injur- STc^trfN" ct. [ 3fF^ 7X[lfX 3Tr4rfr^:,
plete, perfect, absolute; "STHT^;
ed, unhurt. ^ The unlimited
absolute non-existence; See be- ^ Tfrff ; 3fFq[rf-?^ P . V. 2. 11 ] Go-
space, sky. - C o m p . ^ a. Ved.
low. - 3 Endless, perpetual, per- ing or walking too much, going too
whose plans cannot be obstructed
manent, everlasting, uninterrupted, fast (3fr?trfifjpf^rr); r ^ ^ qftq^r
or are unhurt.-cffir'i. ^- Yed. whose
unbroken; f^m XX^X^AHX^^XMAX^ ^^^T^^'PT^S^r^ Bk.
path cannot be obstructed.
f r f ^ r ^ E . 14. 6 5 ; > T ^ ^ ^ ^ f f ^ ^^Tf^ ct'i^fAW^^ xxx^^xx^^^-
^ O r r ^ t [^ WA ^'^,3T5[-3Tq;]^Not Pt. 1. 1 5 1 ; ^ g^5R?[5^ Ms. 5. 4 6 ; ^ ^ ^ ] Yery acid or sour. ? ^ : N .
eating grass ', a new-born calf; 3 ^ Bg. 6. 28; apr^^c^a" ^^HtiHH^ Me. 6f a tree, Spondias'Mangifera. J ^ ,
^^5^ ^WHr^<<J"irf f% BW. ^ r . Up. 109; q T ^ % 4 r | ^ ^ r ^ t ^ ^ ^ ^ - ''tfoff A species of citron (^^Sfcr^).
^ ^ ^ ^ T [ ^ rf. ] A small quan- f ^ ^ H . 4. 7 3 . - r f ind. 1 Exceed- S T T T ^ , S T ^ ' ^ ^ &C. See under
tity of grass. ingly, excessively, very much, to
^<if^^" ct. [?frf^^ ^ - ^ , rT^- the highest degree; ^^pff^f^f^ =^- ^ T ^ ^ ct. l^^ifAWX^' 3Tt 3f5^q^^^-'
fAx^^ ] Yed. Not assailable, immova- xm XPJ; "^m^^ ^Pm- Et. 1. 33; r%- ct] Beyond the proper worth or
ble, solid, firm (as a mountain ) . ^ Mu. 4. 14 very young.-2 Por measure, excessive, very great, in-
sT^nfng:, [^. ^.] i Not bright, ever, to the end (of life), through tense, exorbitant; " ^tmi^ M. 2. 13
dim. - 2 Weak, feeble. - 3 Insignifi- life ; BTc^rfjffr^fr^%^rT^^^rf%5rffr ?J- adv. Very much, exceedingly,
cant; so 3T>r5f^^, 3 f ^ ^ . ^ 71. PT^c^^U AS^. 1. 27 for all time, excessively; ^ ^ ^ T C ^ ^ ^ c ^ fA^
Dimness, shadow, darkness; absence in perpetuity; i^f ^|c4rlH1#T ^^' ^^At fx^ Mu. 2. 5 ; finfr ^ ^ -
of vigour, feebleness, dullness. 'T^r^frfT v . 4. 2. ; oft in comp.; m r ^ H f ^"^^fX f^: Bg. 7. 17;
^ T r ^ : [ ^TX(A ^^m ^rfrf ftfflf, Tfrff See below; [i{MHc^'riN^H^^A oft. in comp.; ^^^f^-^; S. 7. 11
iqsxxA &c. 3 f ^ - ^ I^T^ U\i. 3.43 ] Ku. 4. 2 for ever lost to view ; E. excessively pinched; ^;;, g f ^ & c .
1 A traveller. - 2 A limb or member 14. 4 9 . - 3 Absolutely, perfectly,
^Tc^JT^ a. Yed. Passing over or
( of the body ). - 3 ( Ved. ) Water, completely.-Comp. STyfrf: abso- through the sieve or strainer (epi-
lightning, garment, armour ( ? ). lute or complete non-existence, ab- thet of Soma.).
^ r i T i y : N . of the author of solute non-entity, a thing which
some Yedic hymns, a descendant of does not exist at any one of the
TF^ ff^ ^ ^ ^ ^ n f ^ ^ ^ ^ ] A metre of 4
Vi^vamitra. three periods of time, or does not lines, each containing 17 syllables.
^ ^ 38 m
ST^JI^ a. [ Biflphit^Mf: ] Exceed-
ing a day in duration. ^^r fTrf;, cTf^TfrF^RfF] N- of a class of Aw% qX; sf^-rXfij ] 1 Belonging to,
^ c ^ l 4 > l < : [ ^Tf^^m^cT- 3Ti^r fAx- metres of 4 lines, each of 2 syllables. or connected with, this place; ffi:f-
X^fXXX' ] 1 Contempt, blame, censure ; 3ic^Ttt>: / . Exaggeration, hyper- ^^r^^m^r H ?ff^qT: ^ ^ : imx:
bole, over-drawn or coloured de- E. 15. 72.-2 Produced or found
Bigness of person,a very large body. scription; STcgxf^r ^ ^XA ^w^x^ ^- here, of this place; local.
^ T r ^ n ^ ^ = B T F ^ ^ q- V. ^X^ ^ Ht 'T^=^ I Udbhata. See 3f- ^ ^ a. Ved. Not giving or en-
^ c ^ M K a. [^^XX^XX^xAm^'] De- |%^fqtF% also. joying protection.^f: Ved. [ sf^-
q^ ] An eater, devourer; a demon,
viating from established usages or ^ c 4 i 4 ct. Very fierce. ?t Asa fo3-
Eakshasa. ^ Food.
customs, negligent. ^t Performance tida.
of works not sanctioned by usage ^T^Itf a. [q.q. ] Shameless, im-
34c^lt'^ f^.[^cp:rF ^TF^Fcf:] Above
( ^JF'^rfF'^i'^i' ); irreligious conduct. guiles, trustworthy, tried; ^Jff?^ ^- -pudent, immodest.
^ r ^ l f ^ r i f ci. Surpassing the c ^ 9 r Ak. ^T^ra"5g[; ind. The year before
( lustre of the ) sun ; ^T^^fff^^ Srf- ^ r ^ + t ^ r r i^^d. [ srqil^ffJf ] A par- l a s t ( ? )
^ S ^ ^ ^ r f f ^ ' ^ : Me. 43. ticle of abuse, occurring in comp. ^m^, ^5rr^r^3 ^' [ ^* ^- ]
g j ^ c n ^ ^ Morbid indifference to with g, ^ or ^^. Not afraid, fearless; ^^TTTF^gfH^-
the pleasures of sexual union. ^ : E. 1. 21.
^r^tli ct. Ved. Overflowing or
^STr^^STX^ 1 Laying on, imposi- bubbling over. ^f^ a. [properly 3ff^,U]j. 4.68,
tion.-2 Transgression.-3 Violation of ^ W ^ , 3T^-f^^] Devourer; E v .
^ T r ^ : [ ^XXA^XXA^ ^T' ^'' ] 1 2. 8.5. f^; N . of a celebrated sage
3TF^?f, not keeping the sacred fire.
Close or deep meditation or think- and author of many Yedic hymns.
^ r ^ F T ^- [ f or 3 f ^ - ^ ^ ] 1 Trans- ing; earnest reasoning.-2 [ sff^^q-^f ( He appears in the Vedas in hymns
gressing.-2 Past.going t i m e ^ : 1 ^>r^f5<[p^; BTfrf-STf-BT^] A gallinule addressed to Agni, Indra, the Asvins
Transgression, violation. - 2 Excess. {W^)' - f r A plant {Atf^O ^yctan- and the Visvedevas. In the Svayam-
- 3 Great gain or profit (3ff?r^F^%r5f>T0' thesTristis, or Jasminum Villosum. bhuva Manvantara he , appears as one
of the ten Prajapatis or mind-born sons
^ f i l l j ^ n. [ 3fFV^-qT-5" ] ^ ^ ^ ( ^m Ved.) i7td. [ 3ff^Tfq^^^- of Brahma, being born from, his eye.
kind of sacrificial vessel. These sons having died by the curse of
1^^^ ^f f^-^Trf^^^FfFpRff: ^r5:^rft- ^ ^ -
^tMi^tS" ct. Grown to excess; **5r >TF^^ Tv.] 1 I n this place, here; Siva,, Brahma performed a sacrifice, at
^ ' p f T C H R ^ n ^ HAX^^'* E . 12. 33. ^AXA ^Rff?ff>S^ J^r^f^: S. I. the beginning of the present Vaivasvata
]^^ Manvantara, and Atri was born from
^,-f^:/. A very high position, great ^ ^ % 3T^ 1 ^ % K.119 here-here i. e. the flames of Agni. Anaswya was his
elevation or rise; BTr2ff^T^^% ' ^ - just now.-2 I n this respect, matter, wife in both lives. In the first she bore
'erFTCHTT^^f^ST S. 4. V. 1. ; ^^MX^t or case; as to this, (serving the pur- him three sons, Patta, Durvasas and
fxjfxi ^ r ^ ^ t ^ ^ ^ f n p r : E. 10. 42. pose of Bf^iHT X^qq or of the forms 3f- Soma; in the second shejiad two addi-
tional children, a son by name Arya-
^Tr^TTSr* [ ^frf^^^ 'R^rfFri^afrrF'^ A- 1 ^ ^ or TTrff^??^, 3T^f &c. with a sub-
man and a daughter called Amala. In
AiAlxA] ^Frf-^TT-aTrSrBf^] N. of a plant stantive or adjectival force); 3:Tff;^f the Ramaya?^a an account is given of
r ^ % ^ ^ Plumbago Eosea. 7 ^ ^ f c 2 f ^ ^ ^ f ? T ^ H . l;BT?5'JnJf^ the visit paid by Rama and S^ta to Atri
^Tr^Tra": [ ^ V ^ - ^ ^ ] Allow- rf^T^ E. 3 . 50; ^ t t R ^ f ^ ii^t^r^cf and Anaswya in their hermitage, when
ing to pass, only in ace. sing. asqg"ty; i=5^tf^ S. 5; r f ^ qf^Tfrff^^c^.S'. 6 they both received them most kindly ;
See Anaswya. As a i?ishi or sage he is one
^fr^^rr^ or ^ ^ f f ^ r ^ i r r : m'^^Rrr^P. informing him of this matter.-3 of the seven sages who were all sons of
There, in that direction. - 4 Then,
I l l 4. 57 after an interval of 2 days
at that time (Ved.); spf: ^fsryff: who Brahma, and represents in Astronomy
(3f?T qxA^^^ mW^fA^^^^^' qPT^F'W ). one of the stars of the Great Bear situ-
is there ? which of the servants is
^ r M l f ^ d [ 3TF>=fF-3Tp:nt =?f7,3frqrfTrF- in attendance ? who waits there ? ated in the north. He is also the author
of a code of laws known as ^f^^fjl^ or
AxAA rff^^FT^^ TxAx ^A ^I^T^ Tv. ](used in calling out to one's ser- ^n^f|"rfF. In the Purawas he is said to
A great calamity, danger or evil, vants &c.; cf. Hindustani ko hai ) . have produced the moon from his eye,
misfortune,mishap,accident; ?r ^ ^ - -Comp. ^rft acZy.in the meanwhile, while he was practising austere penance,
c3r5inffrf^.l,Rr BT^rff ^ rrfrfS^:;-?r meantime AS. 3. 1 1 . ^ a. ( fft / . ) the moon being in consequence called
^t3f,-3fFrf,-TT3f, 3TR%^^Hrf, -"Jf^^,
%f^ ^w^rffrnF u. 2; Tf^r ' t i ^ - reaching so far up; as tall as this. vf- r^q &c.; cf. also ^q ^ q ^ " ^ 5 % ' ^ -
^ ^ Y. 4; ^pT^3%?:??Tr^ Mv. 6; ^ (m. *f^T^) an honorific epithet ^ t ^ ^ : E . 2. 7 5 a n d 3T%R%:V.
^^jffffciff^ M, 4 evil or evil news; meaning ^vorthy', ^revered', ^honour- 5. 2 1 . ] (pl.) d e s c e n d a n t s of A t r i .
oft. as an exclamation, * Ah, me !' able ' , ^ your or his honour ', and
^ f ^ ^ ^^ ^ d e v o u r e r , a demon.
* alas ! * alas ! ', ' how bad it is!' referring to a person that is present
Mai. 3 , 7 ; v . 5 . - 2 A rash or or near tho speaker, ( opp. r f ^ ^ ) ; ^ ? a ^ 5 ^ : [ mx^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ] N. of
daring deed ( 3fr^r?f^F%^ ); ^XX^f ""^^f- 'your or her lady-ship' (qr- a sacrificial vessel.
J^ f^^fA XJ^XWfXA ^^MY. ^fi^Hc^H^N^T^N" ^T^^^F'qr); BTSR^r^T ^ T ^ ( Yed.3T?fr) ind. [^rf-^, q^^o
4. 50
rash and demoniacal deed; q - f ^ ^ 3Tirf%HnTvr- AS'. 2 ; f^^-^nr'^^ qft^r- X^q: Tv. ] A particle used at the
^TTH^^^ mx^ S. 1. beginning ( of works) mostly as a
^n^ 39 ^^
sign of auspiciousness, and trans- &c. ( =3f?^ in most cases ); ^ likewise, dered identical with Angiras and father'
lated by ^here,' ^now^ (begins) {A^^} also. ^ what else, yes, exactly of Agni. ] - 4 E p i t h e t of ^S'iva, V a -
^FPT, SffW^ ). (Properly speaking sishtha. (pl.)Descendants of A t h a r -
so, quite so, certainly; ^ ^ BT*^^--
v a n ; h y m n s of t h i s Veda; f^'soj ^ir%-
* auspiciousness ' or Aq"^ is not the ^ W 1 3 T ^ f% /S'.i; srfq- Tsr?^3^??frr: ^ f p T : E . 17.13. q[f-t ni, n!, t ^ :
sense of 3f?f, but the very utterance jr^rf?T:3T?Tf%"Mu. 1.^fl- or(used T h e A t h a r v a v e d a , regarded as t h e
or hearing of the word is consider- like the English disjunctive conjunc- f o u r t h V e d a . [ i t contains many forms
ed to be indicative of auspicious- tion * or ' and occupying the same of imprecations for the destruction of
ness, as the word is suppossed to place); s^^f^ ^XX^XX^ ^ ^ : g^^ffS^-enemies and also contains a great
have emanated from the throat of ^r H % H : H . 1. 5 8 ; ^ ^ q ^ ^ ^ ^ number of prayers for safety and avert-
Brahma: BfNK^^fF^ ^ ^ ^ m^ W- Ms. 7. 198; 37^r^-3T?T^r either-or; ing mishaps, evils, sins or calamities,
^y 3TF^I A ^ xA^ f^^Ax^ ?r^ qx^ is often used in the same sense and a number of hymns, as in the
other Vedas, addressed to the gods
'IRl'^ ^Ff^F II and therefore we find with ^r;^f%% ^ T ^ ' l ^ ^ r Pt. 3. 38;
with prayers to be used at religious
in /S'ankara Bhashya Bf^frf^sfqrFr : Ms. 7. 182;Bq^rfn' ^f also used in the
and solemn rites; cf. Mv. 2.24 ^Jj^^TRTf-
3f^5^: ^cqxA^^H\i^A\A)', ^PJXXAA^; same sense; i p ^ ^ pfrf frJ^^T^r2fr- '^xAfXX F^VFft^r^oij fqq;qu i t has nine
^T^ ^ R r 3 ^ r ^ ; ^ f JTf^^^ fIrfN rf- Jf^Trfq-^fll- 118; 8. 287.2. or rather, ^akhas and five Kalpas, and i^ comprised
^ P t . 2. (usually followed by f i t at or why, or perhaps, is it not so (cor- in 20Kawo?as. The most important Brah-
the end, ^(q q'q^'- here, euds&c. ).-2 recting or modifying a previous state- ma?ia belonging to this Veda is the Go-
Then,afterwards(3fr4rf#)3T?T J T ^ J T R - ment ) ; why should there be any patha-BrahmaTza, and the Upanishads
f ^ ; 5 P T r ^ ^ r ! f ^ 5 ' T r = ^ E . 2.1; often thought or hesitation about it, or pertaining to it are stated to be 52, or,
as a correlative of ^ff^ or %T^; TX %- it is no wonder; srfq' ^Tf^T ^f^MdR^- according to another account, 31. ] [ cf.
Z e n d atliarvan, Pers. atui^ban.]
- f ^ ^ r n ^ ,BT^ ^T^^ ^ ^ T ? ^ : S, 7;
- C o m p . STT^T' N. of ^ Mer-
^^S'TR: 's^f^^f^f^fTTst^ ^^ ^
cury (?frR%^fHqr ^rR": Wm >s^l%-
^r^^flr^P. III. 3. 9. Sk. ^3 If, ^ ^ r f i r f ^ r ^ ^ ^ ^ J f 5 T E . 1. 3-4;
1^5;). Fff^:, '-^\ m. receptacle
supposing, now if, in case, but if ^ ^ T ^ 5 I ^ r ^ ^ r a ^ 8 . 4 5 ; ; ^ f % q r ^ -
of the (knowledge of) Atharva-
(Wrf^);3T^^rH^r*nwrrRK. 144, ^nrrf^^T^ ^cm r ^ l ' s ^ u . 6. 40; ^-
veda, or conversant with it; Tf^pfT-
S. 5. 27; BT?T"'3Ti7^Jrw?[^l^ ^Trft: ^x^ Tx^^ TTg^FTrfT ^^P7?T^r I f^rt^-
^^ixm frrfr%^: E. 8. 4, 1.59;"'(3T^.
r^RT^^^rT^^^tf^^t Ye. 3.4; w^ ^^xAxAx'A^xxxi mx^W' Bh.2.io.tF^F^q^J ^^FT3Jf^^ft(^OT'^^%%^sT-
^T^ ^jfxx S. 7; Ku. 5.45; Mu.3.25; 3 ^ = 3T^ in most senses ; BT^t ^ ^ ^ ^F?FF?^FF%rfrt ^?qW Malli.)
Ki. 1. 4 4 ; 3T^ '^T^^fPfrff ^^Tfcif^ ^^sfwf ^rftrr^^rfff.. ^^rrf Ku. 5. 5i; ^rff: ( pl. ) those who have be-
E. 8. 51 while, but, on the other f^X^ X^X^Mm fA^ Ms. 2. 240, 3. come Atharvans, IST. of the 12 Ma-
hand; oft. followed by rfrf*. or rf^ff- 202, Bg. 4. 35, Ki. 5. 16, 6. 1. harshis. f?r^,^j%nr;fj;^ ^^. ( a^^jtoj]-
fq-, Bg. 12. 9,11; 2. 26] ^pjx %?iLbut if
^ ^ n r t - ^ V e d . m. f. A finger; A^q fWT f^r fSf ^ ^"flft^^frfCFF^-
Bg. 2 . 3 3 ; 1 8 . 58. - 4 And,soalso,as
finger-like or pointed flame ( ? ) ^F^^ %^?^FH;. ] N. of an Upanishad
also, likewise (^EfJiF^); irTTffTf^T ^m
|p?f^7 Mk. 1. 3; Ms. 2. 1.31; ^x^<, ^ ^ ^ T ^ Den.P. To go constantly. dealing with Brahmavidya.
^X^T' G.M. - 5 Used in asking or ST^CR"-^ a, Ved. Moving con- 3 T ^ % : [^T^^F*^ ^gTh^lFrqffr q\
introducing questions ( q^), oft. stantly, tremulous (TfTfff^'cy) E v . 7 . 1 . 5"^rc5--j f;f^^"T?^PlF^^FH^g:Tv.].
with the interrogative word itself; 1; pointed like a lance, lambent ( ? ) 1 A Brahmana versed in this Veda;
3 T ^ ^ : = 3 ? ^ ^ below. or skilled in the performance of the
^XjAtS. 7;BTf^T^?cr^%?T5riEr*f:|3?tr rites enjoined by it. - 2 . A family
3?^T#^: [ 3 f ^ rff=?J7i't^ ^^^X^
*T'nt^^iq,M?!|'^ ^^IrTf chf^^q: S. 5; ^ffHr^ 3T^ q l^^iq:] 1 /Siva. - 2 N. of priest ( 3 " ^ ^ ).
3TT ^r37rf%ifl^ G. M.; 3?^in^*rf^ the Atharvaveda, See below. ^ T ^ ^ f r ^ ^ w i . A member .of the
gr^^pfc^r^ M. 5; Bg. 3. 36; BT^T^t- class of this name. ( pL ) 1 Des-
riHri<"l chiton ^X^ ^fl^Xm-' S. 2 ; Tv.; probably connected with some cendants of Atharvan and of Angi-
3T^ H\^^A "sxfA f^xAA ^w^ S.6 {^3^word like athar fire ] 1 A priest ras. - 2 ]Sr. of the hymns of the
may in these two sentences mean who has to worship fire and Soma. Atharvaveda; f^vffciMf ' ^ ^'^Tryqq'-
- 2 A Brahmana. - 3 -N". of the priest ^ ' ^ r r t r f ^ r Y. 1. 312.
' b u t ' ) . ~6 Totality, entirety (^TFr^^);
who is said to have first brought ST^T^fFr^^. ( ^ / . ) Connected
ST^ ^ o^ifis^r^Ff: Cr. M. we shall down fire from the heaven, offered
explain the whole ^ {q^ in all its Soma and recited prayers. [ He is re- with ar^tF'rn-^. 5^ Office of this per-
details.).-? Doubt, uncertainty {A^q, presented as the eldest son of Brahma, son. ^ : Hymns of this Yeda.
(A^^^)]^r9^fAx^x ^"^fAx^-. G.M. The sprung from his mouth; as a Prajapati ST?^:^[H Eitual of the Atharva-
senses of apT usually given by lexi- appointed by Brahma to create arid veda. Df:,-*^^ One studying or
cographers are:Bf^ ^q^qj ^ j j ^ ^ | protect subordinate beings, who first versed in this Veda or the ritual.
Aq^ Aw^mfAmxxAAx^ ^ I 3 f ^ = ^ q- learnt from Brahma and then taught 3 T ^ ^ a. Ved. [ q ^'^'^ q-^o
the Brahma-vidya and is considered to
fA^Ai ^^^^FijifKi'^ II Some of these ^tyfTt 'fiTFo- ^W Tv.] ;N"ot injuring or
be the author of the Veda called after
senses are indentical with those in(l), him. His wife was ^S'anti, daughter of hurting, not destructive; pierced by
while some are not in general use. Kardama Prajapati. He had also an- a lance ( % ).
-Comp.STFT'moreover, and again other wife called Chitti; he is also consi- ST^lJ^j ^ ^ See under 3f?f.
40 ^T^^

3 T ^ 2 P . [3f!%, BTF^,-3fq-pEf, 3T^^^, S T ^ ci l^^'^X^ 3f^^] Yed. Pit TjX^A^ ^qqx lA^Xx^iq gtF^ftpf tr^t^f^-
^f^^,- ^ ^ , ^f^r^rna-, W-q\] 1 To to be eaten; BT^^sf^f q^ <rnf^ Ev. f ^ : ^ P T ^ ^5^^^'F'^,^-^^-flrqrTv.]
eat,devour.-2 To destroy.-3=3t5,q.v. 5. 49. 3 ( = ^AmA ). ( ^#F ^. f,^' n ). That, ( referring
Cans. To feed with, cause to eat; to a person or thing not present or
^TFf^r^^ ^ ^ Sk. ^ Desid. f ^ f q r ^ Itrq; 3TWF^: p . V I I L 2.80-81 ] Go- near the speaker ) ( (qq^^ or cffF^);
To wish to eat. [ cf. L. edo, Gr. ing to that, tending to that. f^^g* xxxi^t ^At^qx^fA^fx wxm\
edo, Germ, essen, Eng. eat] Lith. ST^cT ct, [ ^. ^. ] 1 Toothless. - 2 ^^xxx^ lA^fi xxutxA qf[%- f ^ ^ r r ||
edini, Sans, admi, Goth, at, Zend Not yet having the teeth formed Bgsgy r^^ru^Hfi^H^^rN. i. 6.;^?^
ad]. VTithBTcf to satisfy by food, get or grown ( said of young ones of ^flTvSf^^Fflfrf X^r^ m^^-fl I Ms. 2.
rid of with feeding; ( fig. ) stop the men or animals before the teething 122 I am that person, so and so
mouth of, STf to eat &c. ri"-^ time ). - 3 Ending in Bftj; or sf. rf: (giving the n a m e ) ; BTOFWf^ % ff-
to use up, consume, devour; ^*T^^r- 1 A leech. - 2 N. of Pushan, one ^fffi: 130, 216; Y. 1. 26. ^ ^ i%
f ^ i^X^Xf: Bk. 18. 12. i^to gnaw.of the 12-idityas, he having lost however, often used with reference
3 ? ^ a. [ ^ 5 - ^ ' ^ ] One who eats; his teeih at the destruction of Da- to sfrq^ or ^f^Ffs* objects &c. i i the
BTO^mr^iHrfnC ^ f t ^ T T ^ ^ f t Ms. ksha's sacrifice by Yirabhadra. sense of ^ this here ', ' yonder'; BT-
8. 309. # ^JX:^^' ^K^H'TJi^^ni E. 6. 21 (3f-
3 ? ^ ^ a. 1 Not dental. -2 Not fit
^ ^ - f a. { at the end of comp. ) for the teeth; injurious to them. ^ r f ^ ^XXAfAAX f^^: Malli. ) ; ^^
Eating, devouring; qmx^ carnivo- X^^X'^ S.^ 1. 8 . ; 3 T ^ ^ i f : 4 . 1 7 , 7 .
^ T ^ " ^ , - ^ V r ci. [q. cf. ] Yed.
11. I t is often used in the sense of
rous, feeding on flesh; so rfc^E^"*.
Unbroken or unimpaired, unhurt, rfc!; as a correlative of ;tfrr; ff^BT'Crf^
^ T ^ ^ a. l^.W.] Toothless. I?;: uninjured; pure, true; BT^, or "BTrj:
A serpent without teeth; one whose having uninjured or pure life; leav- ^ TAX^ % f r ^ ^:?c{^\^Ms. 4.170 he
fangs have been taken out. who &c. But when it immediately
ing uninjured the man who sacri-follows the relative pronoun ( ^ F ^ ,
^T^%ur ct..[ ?f. rf. ] 1 ISTot right, fices; ^ff^, 5frf whose works or re-
q BfTft &c. ) it conveys the sense of
left. - 2 [q. q.] JSTot bringing in ligious observances are unimpaired.
q{^ ^ well-known ', ^ celebrated ',
Dakshina to the priests ; without S T ^ a. [ ^>T- ^ ^ , q. rf. ] Not
' renowned'; ^f^ff^rffft^mr^: 5g^W>S
any gifts (as a sacrifice); ; j ^ ^T^f^^-
^TfFT- ^^Tfrfff: Ms. 1. 7; % ^ ^nTf-
scanty, plentiful^ copious;BT^^i^^fH-
fr%r: Pt. 2. 94. - 3 Simple, weak-
?[%^r JffJf Mu. 3; ^TO> ^ j Dk768;
minded, silly; ^ ^ ^ ^^"^Wft AXX^'
Dk. 35. sometimes BTf^ used by itself con-
^fif^j^foff Eam. - 4 Not handy, skil-
SI^VI a. Honest, undeceitfub veys this sense ; fq)^ f^f^frrr^^qr-
ful or clever; awkward. - 5 Un-
H"' xArX ^r|^r>S'^ that ( so well-known
1 Honesty, absence of deceit. - 2
favourable.
N. of/Siva. to us all ) moon too. See the word
3 T ^ ^ ' # ^ - ^ ! % ' ^ ct' Not deserving rf^also and the quotations from K.P,
Dakshina. 3 T ^ ^ [ ^. ^. ] Merciless, un-
'-'ind. There, at that time,then, thus,
^^-^T^ a. Not burnt; not burnt kind, cruel.* ind. Mercilessly; ar-
ever ; correlative to some pronominal
according to the rites. dently; fervently, closely ( as an
forms; q^^^q^F^- whenever, where-
^ ^ r ^ a. [q. q.] Pree or exempt embrace ) V. 5. 9. ever &c. By B f ^ ^ j q ^ P . I, 4. 70
from punishment. S T ^ ^ t 1 Day of new moon. ~2 A
3f^^ has the force of a ( qxq ) pre-
^ j v ^ a 1 Not deserving punish- mirror ( ^ 3 f f ^ ) . position when no direction to another
ment; BTf^^Tf^t^^S^^ XX^ A^^X^' ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 Not seeing, non-vision;
is implied; 3T^: fr?^?3f^: fW; I q'r ^ J -
C ^ I ^ ^ T I Y . 2. - 2 Exempt or free from absence, not being seen; !riHrf^<il<::H-
q ^ 3" ^ : f ^ 3T^: ^ ^ I Sk.
punishment; Hf^^r ^fT TT^nf^ ^ 4^*<^^l^i=l E. 2. 73; BTff>^ ^ ^ r r ^ ^ - BTf'E^ffw Den. P . To become that
XT^ ^ f^srm Ms. 8. 33.5. p4-o^r% p . I. 4. 28 the person whose
P. V I I L 2. 80.
W[% a. Toothless. sight one wishes to avoid; "^Tfrf^Pt.ST^T^ ct' 1 Not giving, miserly;
^ ^ ^ ^ a 1 Not given. - 2 Unjust- 2. ^ ^ : Pt. 1 become invisible ; B^r^MH^rwr^g: Ms. 11. 15 not
ly or improperly given. - 3 Not 3 T ^ 5t TfcfT Et. 2 going out of his liberal - 2 Not giving ( a daughter)
given in marriage. - 4 Not having sight, beyond, the reach of vision ; in marriage; ^fr^^^frff XAXXI ^ T ^ :
given any thing. TTT An unmar- ^ =5rR*rFT^^ 'pf^R^rrff V. 4 . 2 Ms. 9. 4.-3 Not liable to payment.
ried girL ^ A gift which is null lost to view, become invisible. -2Neg- ST^rf^ ^. Having 3f^ at the head,
and void ( having been given under lect, or failure to see; WffT^rf^^T'^ a term used to mark roots of the
particular circumstances which make Ms. 10. 43. - 3 (Gram. ) Disappear- second conjugation.
it revocable ). -Coilip. BTffff^^ a. ance, elision, omission ; B T f ^ Hfq": ST^T^T ct. lq.^.]l Not giving,
the receiver of such a gift; one who P. L 1. 60. miserly.-2 Without rut (or not
takes what has not been given away, 3 T ^ ^ a. 1 Leafless. - 2 Without charitable); mnr^: ^fx^H: ^X^
such as a thief; Bf^rfF^fq^F f^cfFl^^rf parts. ry: A plant ( ft^^5" ) Eugenia ^ ^ r * ^ : I BT^pT: qt^Fff^ifq" fA^
m ^ ^ '^A I qi^f^lT^^'T^^lf^ ^W ^ ^ ^ ^ or Barringtonia Aeutangula. - ' r ^ A ^ f^ f f ^ : P t . 2.70.
^ . II --Tra"f Not affianced or betroth- plant ( ^frffrqpft) Aloe Indica Eoyle. ^ ^ r ^ , BTfff^, ^PX^fX^, 3T^-
ed before; B T ^ ^ ^ N T ^ ^ ^ Mai. 4. : ^{^^pron. a. [q ^^ ^f^^^qA ^' %t ^^X^^XtrW^^ci.Yed, Not giving-
^T3[PRr 41 ^ T ^
miserly, poor; irreligious, impious. 89. 16 he interprets by taking Bff^frf to ^ d i M c i ' ci. Not vitiated, uncor-
ST^^IT a.Ved.l Faithful, trusty. mean 3f^^ i. e. ^qqt\^, q ^q\ ^ 5 ^ - rupted, unspotted, irreproachable;
( ^ ^XA' III the i?igveda Aditi is fre-
"2 Uninjured, unhurt. - 3 Pure, un- ^X possessing an uncorrupted soul,
quently implored ' for blessings on child-
defiled. - 4 Unapproachable. ren and cattle, for protection and for ^^TT ci. Not proud, not vain;
^ T T ^ a. [ q\xx^ ^ W T ] Not forgiveness'. She is called * Devamata' ^ g not proud-minded, sober, calm.
entitled to a share. being strangely enough represented both
as mother and daughter of Daksha. She S T ^ ^ ct. [q. q. ] 1 Sightless,
BT^FfTf a. 1 Not entitled to be an
had 8 sons; she approached the gods blind.-2 Not seeing, not perceiving.
heir; ^^r-^f^r^f^^FTf^ WX ^ i ^ . ; ^ - with 7 and cast away the 8th (Martawc^a, 3?^?^ a. 1 Invisible ;|^JTn- ^frf^-
5fN^^ffTT5g- ^?7r?f: ^^pl^'Erf^r i ^ ^ - the sun.) In another place Aditi is ad-
f?PT^^ Ku. 4. 45.-2 Not capable of
Tf^ ^ ^ 'STSTPTT^fvq^: 11 Ms. 9. dressed as * supporter of the sky, sus-
tainer of the earth, sovereign of this being seen, epithet of q ^ ^ ^ . -Coilip,
160. - 2 Destitute of heirs.
world, wife of Vishwu', but in the Maha- ^ ^ rendering invisible, a part
^TfTPf^ a. ( ^ / . ) [c^Fq-iTtfrf ^ - ^
bharata, Ramaya?za and VuransiS, Vish- of a conjurer^s legerdemain.
?f. ^ . ] 1 That which is not claimed nu is said to be the son of Aditi, one of
by an heir; destitute of heirs ; BT^f- BTfS" a. 1 Invisible, not seen; q^
the several daughters of Daksha and
PT^ ^ 'Cr^TTTR Katy. - 2 Not re- given in marriage to Kasyapa by whom
not seen before. - 2 Not known or
lating to inheritance. she was mother of Vishnu in his dwarf experienced, not felt; ^ ^X^^^tx H. 1.
incarnation, and also of Indra, and she is 145. - 3 Unforeseen, not observed
^T^TTt [ Tf. ^. ] 1 One who has called mother of gods and the gods her or thought of; unknown, unobserved*
no wife, a widower or bachelor. - 2 sons, ^aditinandanas'; See Daksha and - 4 Not permitted or sanctioned,
[ ?f. cf. ] Not injuring or tearing. Kasyapa also]. - C o H i p . ^ : , - ? f ^ ; a
illegal; rf =^r?^f (^f%) g ^ r ^ Ms.
5 ^ ^ : A free man ; Ms. 10. 32. god, divine being. 8. 153. g:: N. of some venomous
^ T ^ n r a. 1 Incombustible. - 2 S J ^ ^ a. Not low or depressed, substance or vermin. f 1 The in-
Not fit to be burnt on the funeral high-spirited; mighty, not poor; visible one. - 2 Destiny, fate, luck
pile. - 3 Not capable of being burnt, rich, happy. -Coilip. BTr^5ff^,--f r%,- (good or bad) ; |^'qi% ^ f ^ gr?T^rf%
epithet of qr^F^^gr. ^fx^ a, not depressed in spirit, high- 3^r^r5^: #=^ffSTC2T: Pt. 5. 30. --3
spirited, high-mettled. Virtue or vice as the eventual cause
^irf^^ a. Ved. Having no direc-
^ i T ^ ^ a. Not long.-Comp. 5 ^ , of pleasure or pain. (Pate is supposed
tion or region of the world for one-
to be the result of good or bad ac-
self; banished from beneath the sky. - ^ ^ a. [ q fF# ^^ ^ ^ t i : ft^rfF^
q^q ] quick, prompt in action. tions done in one state of existence
W^fk ^' [ ^ ^T^?r ^A^A T^AA and experienced in another, the per-
ff^^Tr^;- fF-f%=^] Pree, not tied; ^ ^ : ? ^ a. [q. q. ] Free from evil, formance of good deeds being reward-
boundless, unlimited, inexhausti- propitious.-Comp. ff^ the propi- ed with residence in Heaven, and of
ble; entire, unbroken; happy, pious tious 9th day in the bright half of bad deeds, visited with condemna*
(mostly Ved. in all these senses). ^F^T^ when women worship Devi to tion to Hell; ^ W F ^ ^ ^ ^ q f ^ ^ : ^spfff^.
-frf: [sf^ ^ ' ^ F r t ; ^^-ff^F'^] 1 De- avert evil for the ensuing year. ^r^^... 3 T ^ ^ r ^ F ^ ^ idi'^R^^i^^^t
vourer ^. e, death ;zr5i^^n5^frf rfrfi^^jTf- STT^SSTT a; Yed. Free from evil, Ehdsh^. P. 161-2. The Veddntinsdo
f^f^, XXA ^ 3f^Tft rf?[f|^intF'?f^ 'Bri.propitious. not recognize sf^g- or luck; rrt% qxA^t
ilr.Up.-2 An epithet of God. f^: 3TTTT a. 1 Not inaccessible, not ^^^TF^mT^^^Ftftff^ ^ ^ 5 W ^ -
/. [ ^ ^ ^i%: ] 1 Inability to give, F^^F^Fftiq^; ^ f ^ ^ T F ^ ^ f l r f ^ q i f ^ f
difficult of access.-2 Destitute of
poverty. - 2 [ ^ ^ g 3 T # ^ F ] {a)
I^TO^^T^, ^NqfTFrrsfrTF^g- f f ^ M f^-
The earth. (6) The goddess Aditi, forts; f^^nEf: an unfortified country.
^ ^ g ^ a, Ved. Unremitting, 'jq^r^m" Tv.). - 4 An unforeseen
mother of the ^dityas, in mytho-
zealous, cheerful. calamity or danger (such as from fire,
logy represented as the mother of
gods; see further on. (c) Freedom, water &c.). -Coilip. ^ a. [^. ]
^ira* a. Ved. Not zealous, dila-
security; boundlessness, immensity tory ; not worshipping. having a metaphysical or occult
of space (opp. to the earth), (d) meaning, metaphysical; having an
^ T ? ! a. Not distant, near ( in object not evident to the senses.^-
Inexhaustible abundance, perfection.
time or space ) ; q^Af ^f^ XJ^^ A^a, one who has had no practice
{e) The lunar mansion called qq^q.
f^Tfof^fr^iT^: R. 1. 87 ; "^f^ricj^H^ or practical experience, not practical,
(/) Speech ; qx q^q Aqqrqi^(^[q[q-
AX {W^^X ^^Xrl^l^t /S'ankara). ^ f f 5 1. 40 ; f%?nT: Sk. not far inexperienced; ^fT^^^fg"^ ^:^[fT^-
{g) A cow. {h) Milk ; wife (^). - r f t from 30, i. e. nearly 30 ; ^RtTT ff 5- itrf^ fA^JxfA H. 3. 54. -?r^;,^^;^;
{dual) Heaven and earth, [ s f f ^ f7r^f?nr^f%: K. 142 easily provok- one of the 20 ways of peace-making,
literally means * unbounded', ^the bound- ed, irascible.4; Proximity, vicini- in which no third person is seen,
less Heaven,' or, according to others, ty ; ^ ^ ? r ^ X^ = ^ ^ ; E. 6. 34; said of a treaty concluded by the
* the visible infinite, the endless f ^ ^ 4 ^ ' ^ ^ ^ fRf 3T^I%rr: Sk.; parties themselves without a media-
expanse beyond the earth, beyond ^ ^ r t - ^ , - ^ : - ^ r ^ ( with gen. or
tor H. 4. 119. - q r ^ a, [ ^ . ] that
the clouds, beyond the sky.' According abl.) not far from, at no great dis-
of which the consequences are not
to Yaska Sff^f^X^^f ^^^fFrfF, and the tance from ; 3T^ f ^ l ^ H r ^ R ^ W yet visible. ( ^r^ ) the ( future )
verse beginning with 3 f F ^ ^ : &c. Rv. 1. V. 3 not far distant, very near.
result of good or bad actions; the
6
^x^ 42 T^
result or consequence hidden in the ^ " ^ ^ a. Involving no hiimili- 118.-2 Surprise, astonishment,won-
future. f^ a, destroying poison- ation or self-degradation Bh. 3.144. de^(mO also;g;^frft^^^r% XAWXXX-
ous vermin ( ? ). =^fttffr% U. 6 lost in wonder.rf:
S T ^ ^ ct' { qxf. ) 1 Nt)t predes-
STff^": / . [ F'^^^'i": ] 1 An evil or One of the ,8 or 9 Basas, the marvel-
tined or predetermined ( by Gods
malicious eye, evil look, an angry lous sentiment; ^nnnF%^f^rfrc^f^rrra':
or by Fate ). -2 Not connected
or envious look. - 2 Not being U. 3. 44. ^2 N . of the Indra ^ f the
with the Gods or their action, not
seen. a. [ ^. ^. ] Blind, sightless. 9th Manvantara.-Comp, TTTT^ET^ a.
divine; B^tt ^ T ^ f ' ^ ^ ^ Ms. 3. 247
^ ^ q * a. Not to be given; what Yed. in whom no sin is visible.\q-^:
(Kull. I ^ ^ ^ F ^ W F ^ T O l ^ ) . - 3 Un-
cannot or ought not to be given a system of prodigies. fff^rpj- ]S[^
fortunate, ill-fated.
away ; a ^ J T T ^ t ? ^ ^ ^ ^ ^Trf- ^^- ^ of a portion of a Brahmana belong-
^ ^ T ^ a. Not exacting ; con- ing to the Samaveda. 5 ^ r ^ a.
16. ^ That which it is not
siderate (as a king.). resembling a marvel; so '^qq. ;^-
right or necessary to give. Wife,
sons, deposits, and a few other S T ^ J T ^ " ^ Cf" Yed. Not causingX'. the wonderful resin ( of the ^^-
things belong to this class: 3f^Fflrf inconvenience. f^ or Catechu plant) ; Mimosa
^F^frf^T^f^: ^ffWF^'^ ^ I Pft^: f ^ - S T ^ ^ t 1 The time when milk- Catechu. ^^^ a, having a wonder-
ful sound. ( - ^ : ) N . of /S'iva.
mx^ f r t ^ =^F==^^ ^frf II ^TFq'^fqr "^ ing is not practicable. - 2 Not milk- ^ ^ R ^ ^ . Yed. Eating, a meal,
^TSig* qA^^ \(Pxx I 3f^^qFf^F'^^ ing ; BTfff =^Ti^^^^ K, 17. 19. a house (1 ).
^ET^ff^^ 5TF^^rf^ II -Comp. -fr?f ^ j ^ q * a.[^,^.]l Pree from faults,
an unlawful gift. demerits, vices, or defects &c. ; in- ^ ^ ^ t [ arm- ^Aiq-, 3 T ^ - ^ ^ U n .
2. 104 ^ ^ ^ ] Pire.
^ T ^ a. [ ^. ^. ] 1 ^^^ god-like nocent; ^fn^TPTff^rSrf ^c^f^^fff^ E . l 4.
or divine, not pertaining to a deity. 34. - 2 Pree from the faults of
--2 Godless, impious, irreligious. composition, such as BfufFrSTfF? ^FMF r^^] Voracious, gluttonous.
f: [ ^' ff* ] One who is not a god. &c., S e e g - ^ ; a r f f ^ ^ ^ ^ K . P . I ; ^ - ^ ^ a. Eatable. ^ Pood, any-
-Comp. ^ a. [q ^\'. q\AA ^ R ^ ^ ' ^ j3"N<l^tF^Sar. K. 1. ^: Not thing eatablemc?. [^f^^^'fffpf f?[^-
3f^5f, % qxx^ qx ] not gratifying the a fault; fsFff^^ffq-T friitt^rif q^ - ^ ^ F'^f^frTF: W^q^; 3TF^^=3: ^ l t ^^(A
gods, such as food. ^TT^^ <^. [^ ^% Ki. 14. 11 though not at fault. q{ Nir.] 1 To-day, this day ; 3 ^ ^ ^
'AAt WXX fFg-^TF^^: ^ ^ ] ^ot rained ^TST* [ ^ T ^ ^ ^ - , ^ ^ - ^ [ ^ 5T^Un. ^^F^frf ^XX^i ^rjfrf: Mai. 5. 2 5 ; ''^j-
upon; (lit.) not having the god of rain 1.120, =qr^F^] A sacrificial oblation 5^ to-night, this night; snriY^ this
as mother to suckle or water; hence called 3 t F ^ ^ , q- v. very morning; oft. in comp. with
(artificially) supplied with the water ^jqg^T ind.[^^q 3frr rf Ar{A qjxA 5T, 1%^^, &c.;f|^^?r^^ of this day,
ff
of rivers, canals &c., irrigated; f^- W\A ^F ^'^\A finq: Tv. ] 1 Truly, clear- to-day^S; BT^^ this very day.--2 Now;
BT^ Tp5^ TXXXX xm-' Ks. 4. 68. - 3
ly, surely, undoubtedly, in truth,
g t r # K i . 1.17. At present, now-a-days. [ cf. L.
really, certainly, indeed ; ^j^ j ^ ^ ^
ho-die. ]. -Comp. Btf^F still, yet,
^ 4 ^ ^ < l - g c t . [^ ^m^ ^\fA ] qTr^^T^nprr^f 5 ? ^ f ^ ^ r % P . 13.65.
even now, to this day, down to the
Not reaching the gods by prayers, - 2 Manifestly, clearly; s?Tfrn"f^T ' ^
present time or moment; BT^fqr
impious, irreligious. ^ T r f t q ' f t ^ ' T ^ Bv. 1. 95. - 3 In
% 'FSf^^f^: U. 3 ; BT^fRr 5ff=5fTOr%
9 ^ % ^ ; [ ^. ^.] 1 A wrong place, this way, thus; ^=5EfF^F?f.-Comp. ibid.] H not y e t ; ^ 1 ^ : % ^ m^ HPf
not one's proper place or strong 5 ^ : A right or true man. ^ -
^^r!f ^Tf^rfn* 1 ^ 5 ^^* l- ^^^ (every
position ; ^ f | fx^^nx X^^^^XXA vf^: ( p l . ) N. of a school of the one of the 50 stanzas of Ch. P.
f^^rt H. 4. 45; f ^ ^ ^ % ^ t ^ ; Ms. /S'ukla Yajurveda. c^ff^ffof a. hav- begins with sr^TFF'^). BT^f^ 1. from
ing ears clearly or quite red.
8. 3 5 8 ; JTl^tr r n H , i ^ H ^ ^ - - ^ A to-day; fw H W f t F f ^ f Ye. 1.
bad country. The Smritis mention ^ ^ H ' d * Yed. A wise man, seer. 2. till to-day. jf before now; BT-
several places of this description: ^ ^ c T ct. [Un. 5. 1 3TFt g^F f rF^; ^ ^ r W f r * ^ <^c. !T^f% ind, from
T^>S^y 3 T p r ^ , 3TTT, ^fTf^, Xl^j ^ % - according to Nir. q ^ * the like of to-day, this day forward, henceforth;
mq^, ^ , ^l%Tf &c. ^Comp.^fr^: which did not take place before.] BT^^^^'M'^^Hrfff^ ^qxx\^ ff^: Ku. 5.
wrong place and time; STf^^TT^ ' ^ ^ 1 Wonderful, marvellous ; cRifqr^of 86.5#T ci. [3T^'^: qxitA ^F wx^q
J T ' m ^ ^ W # ? % I Bg. 17. 22. - ; ^ wonderful deeds;TtW having wonder- qA{^ ^U 3f^-^-^ fs^T: p . v . 2.
a. l^.q.] in the wrong place, out ful smell; ^#f, ^^] prodigious, 13 ] likely to happen to-day or to-
of place; absent from one's country. extraordinary, transcendental, su- morrow, imminent; ''A T^T, ?r:
^Xq^ a. [q. rf. q ^ AX^qt ] 1 Not pernatural. - 2 Yed. Unobserved, f^f^fTf: Sk. (=3fF^Ef^). (-?rr) a female
fit to be ordered, advised, indicated invisible ( opp. ^ ^ ). ;^ 1 A won- near delivery ( BfF^^F^^^F ); ^XWAt-
or pointed out; ^=I^^ ^T^ f^^^ Ms. der ; a wonderful thing or occur- q\q^ P . ; Bf^ ^F ^ Ft^fF^ ffrf ^T^-
8. 53. - 2 Not on the spot or per- rence, a prodigy, miracle; ^ BT- ^]q\ ^^F Sk. g ^ ^ extraction
taining to the place or occasion ^A W^ ^ 1 ^ AS'. 5 a wonderful and consecration of Soma juice on
referred to. or unexpected occurrence; ^T^f^- the same day.
a, Ved. Invisible (BTT^q"). ^ ' ^ i T t ^ i^^r^^^^f^%5 ^ Ms. 4. BT^frf^f a. {qxf) [BT^ H^:; ^ ^ ^ ij-
m 43 ^
;T^^^ ] 1 Pertaining or referring sa or Swan. 3. form. 4.^ the Supreme or of Brahma and the universe
to, extending over, to-day ; f^XX, Being. - . ^ , - | T \ ^ Yed. [q. q.] ( ^ # ^ ^ fA^^^X^q ?fF=^3T^ ft-
"cRTf^ &c. - 2 Current now-a-days, expressed or extracted by means of rfN^f^rf ff?f q-. mA^X^^qiA )' 2. Buddha.
prevalent at present, modern. ?r: stones. ^?fifr?-5ff^^ I- N. of Par- ^ f ^ 5 ? 7 ^ f ^ ^ a- Yed. Having no
The current or this day, period of vati. 2. N. of a metre of 4 ,lines, second; ;Ef?cfr ^ ^ BTf^r Rv. 1.
the current day (Ka^i. on P . I . 2. 57); each having 23 syllables. ff^-f^f 187. 3 ( iT^F?rf ) ; free from du-
See BT^p^Trf^ also.^ {scil. fjrf: ) A ^^. [ ^fk tFl" F'^F'^ ^ , Ftq:-PT^-F%qr ] plicity, true, sincere ( 1 ).
name given to the Aorist tense, as the enemy or splitter of mountains m:^XxA^^ci. [Bf^^t 3 T ^ ^ fC^ ^^%
it denotes an action done to-day or ( or clouds personified ), epithet of ^tf: ] Not having two ways ( ^ ^ -
on the same day ( =grf: ). Indra. ^fn"-ofr / . L a mountain val- fqF^^q-jfF^^^tcf); 5 ^ ^ ^ ^ : q ^ -
^^TrFfN = ^^rf^ 1 Of to-day ; ley. 2. a river taking its rise in a f^fff^T; Bv. 1. 159. 3.
"R-^qr^ ^ ^ r At^ Pt. 3. ^2 mountain. tff%:^^j^: &c. See "f^. ^ f 3 ct. [ ^q f l H m r ^ ^ c q ^ ^ o ^,
Modern. ^ ^ a. Yed. [ Bf:^f %q qf{ q^q ] q. q. ] Pree from duplicity, the
^ ^ a, Ved. Blunt. as strong or hard as a mountain; same internally or externally ( Bf-
mountain-high Q). g ^ a. [^tA^ riflSh^M ).
^ ^ ^ a. Not bright.
f^ f^f ^q" ] rooted in a mountain ^[n;; Not a door, any passage or
^ ^ T ^ a. [ q ^q^^ q. q. ] Not or rock; as hard as a stone or moun-
obtained by gambling, honestly got. tain. ^ a . [ Bffr qqfA ^XAA] moun- entrance which is not intended to
serve as a regular door; BT^R^i 5T =^r-
'cHf Unlucky gambling; the watch tain-born. {-^)N, oisi plant (BfF-
just before the dawn (1).
^r^ff ^r^ ^ W?F ^ 5tMs. 4. 73;
g ^ F or Bfcf^^pff ), -.frrg Yed. [ Bf-
^ f f t ^ m t ^ Y. 1. 140.
^^^ a. [q. rf. ] Not liquid, \% A^'. cf^3fr5- miq, ^Am ^ ^F-T^]
not of the nature of a liquid.^: producing water from clouds ( q^^- ^ f l [ ^ ^ ct. [^Ff^rf flrfRT^T^l 1
^(AAi^ )] having a mountain for the Without a second, matchless, peer-
Not a liquid.
less; q % ^ ^ ;^^ RfE^^rflrft^r TT^-
^ 5 ^ [^. cf,] A worthless thing, mother (^). ^ : forest conflagra-
an object which is good for nothing; tion. ^f?:^: (having the mountain
f^^ M. 2; f^x^x wix^r ^^^
trrW for his bed ) N. of /S'iva; cf. Y, 2.-2 Without a companion, alone.
^:5^f^fftfr ^rf^f^^F^r " T T ^ ^ ^ ^ -
f^> f^. " " ' ^ r ' ^ W S mountain peak. - 3 Sole, only, unique, supreme . ^
%r|^II. Pr. 43; hence, a worthless or
^ ( >P" )> - ^ r f a, prepared or Brahma ; ?T^ V ^^X-
bad pupil or recipient of instruc-
expressed by means of stones.^f^: ^ f S C ^ n ^ [^. rf.] Not malevolent,
tion ; f^^gis(*^qKi|^ rrq f f ^ f ^
[ ^ * XXXX f^ A' q, ] ' the essence ofnot to be disliked.
jf^r^n^i^ M. 1; BT5"5^^^3fqr ^ ^ - ^T^q- a, [ q. q-. ] Pree from ha-
mountains', iron. ( -a. ) hard
^XXA A^X Mu. 7. 14. like a mountain ; ^ff^f made of iron tred or malevolence. ^ : Preedom
^Tf^* [ ^ ^ - 1 ^ 5 Un. 4. 65; ac- or very hard. from hatred.
cording to Nir. fr. ^ to tear or Bf^ Btl^f^a. [ It^'Bfj^. q, q, ] r r i e n d .
BTfe^fT a. Ved. Armed with,* or
to eat.] 1 A mountain. - 2 A stone, ly, not hating.
having, stones or thunderbolts.
especially one for pounding Soma ^ i T ^ ct.[q.q.]l Not dual; of one
with or grinding it on. - 3 A thunder- ^ f f r j r i [^' ^'] Yed. or uniform nature, equable, unchang-
bolt (BfF^qff^ qq Nir.). -4: A tree. - 5 Pree from malice. ing; ^^??r5;?5f%: U. 1.39.-2Match-
The sun. ~6 A mass of clouds ( pro- Bftr^ a. Yed. [ Jf-^foT ^ ^ ^. less, peerless, sole, only, unique.rf
bably so called from its resemblance q, ] True, not false, free from mal- [ ^. rf. ] . 1 Non-duality, identity ;
to a mountain); a cloud ( BTF^?:f%rf5qf ice ; ^=g^ speaking the truth; BTf^rf especially that of Brahma with the
^T^F'^ ^ ^^qxrA Nir. ) mostly Ved. guarding from malice. q^?^c?. With- universe or with the soul, or of
- 7 A kind of measure. - 8 The num- out malice or falsehood. soul and matter; See Bfgrzf also.
ber 7 . - o m p . t ^ ; , qfA:, 5Tr^: &c. BT^r^: Absence of malice or ill- - 2 The supreme or highest truth
1. the lord of mountains, the Hima- feeling;moderation, mildness Ms.4.2. or Brahma itself. - 3 N. of an Upani-
laya. 2. N. ofAS'iva(Lordof Kailasa). ^STS^ ct. Without duality or en- shad; B^%?r solely, without any
^foff a plant. ( Bfqrn^rfF ) Clitoria mity; BT^fTf^qTffrfm ^Tfff K.131. duplicity. -Comp.-BTptf: (^TCTo) 1.
TernateaLin. ^ f ? ^ [Bf^q": ^rTT^rfF: ^g[q" a. [ q{f^ ^ q^] 1 ]^ot the joy arising from a knowledge of
^m- ^ ^ T5F qxq\' ] the earth. two. - 2 ' W i t h o u t a second, .unique; the identity of the universe and the
(-r^: ) N. o f the mountain {q^- sole;BTf^^fif Yed. Sutra.^: [ ^-^q supreme spirit. 2. N. of an author
^' ^ l ^ : ^ mountain cave, moun- ^(WXXA^- q - ^ ^ F Bf^^q- ^r^qfn%^'3f. who,according to Colebrooke,flourish-
tain side E. 2. 38. ^ a . [ Bffr i^r^F^ Bf^ ] N . of Buddha, - ^ f ed at the close of the 15th century.
^5fF^^; ^ ^ - ^ ] produced from, or [ 5f. rf. ] Non-duality, ^nity, iden- ^TT^ =^:^T^^ q. V. above ; - a
found alnong, mountains, moun- tity ; especially, the identity of Vedantin.
tain-born. ( - ^ ) 1. a plant (tfrfl" ). Brahma and the universe, or of spi-
^ W , ^ m r ind. Ved. Used like
2. -gr5=^,-rRrr-grfr &c. Parvati. rit and matter ; the highest truth.
Bf?f as an inceptive particle in the
{-m ) red chalk ( f ^ F ^ f ) . - ^ f ^ a, - C o m p . BTr%: ^Bflrff^: q.V.^-
sense of ^now ', 'then', 'afterwards'^
mountain-born, (-^f;) 1. forest con- f|^ ( =3ftrfo ) one who propounds
' moreover, ' ' a n d ' , < partly ', < so
flagration. 2. the ^ Sun-born', Ham- the identity of spirit and matter
much the more' &c.
^ ^ 44 ^m^
^ g r f a. [ q, q. ] 1 Without f^^^T^TFT^: M. 3. 5;crfr^r^d^"r i7id. Below, beneath, in the lower
wealth, poor.-2 Not entitled or com- Me. 82; fr^ftf i^^f^^^^ S. 1.24; regions.
petent to possess independent proper- 1.21,3. 24;cf. Bf^5[fFg-F'^?fF^*^frr!rfTF- ^^TCf ^ ^ . [ BWJ ^l%q"f ft^ Bf=^-
ty ( in law ) ; ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^F^f^ ^^T ^- '^^F^ft ^>THqTT^=^^ I rS^^^Ft^f^q-^: frf Firq;] Southward; tending down-
^\^^' X^rX\'' I ^ ^ ^ t ^ ^ ^ F ^ ^^A W^ q ^ ^ ^ r ^ T ^ ' ^ ^ H ; | | N . 2 . 24.-5crThe wards, to the nadir or lower region;
q^qqi II Ms. 8. 416. nadir; ( Bf^f^ ) or the southern di- tending to the south. ^ ^ the
S T ^ r ^ a. Unhappy, wretched, rection. 5t 1 The lower part (of the southern direction.^nd .Beneath.
3TNiM"M-'ggr^. [3p:fnFt>T^:;3f\^=^-
miserable; frf V^ WX^^ U. 1. 42. ^odj)] ^ ^ ^ f ^ Ak.-2 Puden-
dum Muliebre ( also m. ) . - 3 Ad- (cf q-g^ ^ ] Tending downwards; si-
^WJ ^* [ ^C-^^J ^^' ^^'^ ^ ^ dress, speech ( 0]>p. ^STrnc ); state- tuated in the region below; being
q% W: Uii. 5, 54] The lowest, vilest, ment, sometimes used for reply also. downwards.
meanest ; very bad, or low, or vile
-Comp. ^Tf^ a. 1. higher and ^ W ^ * [ ^. rf. ]lUnrighteousness,
( in quality, worth, position &c. )
lower, inferior and superior, worse irreligion, impiousness, wickedness,
(opp. ^rTnT);BT^qr'T^^JrrTPTr: or^BTrfifr-
and better; 5[fj^: ^ J f ^ ^ ^ ^ : "s^rfrfT- injustice; f:^ Ms. 8, 127 unjust
VfJfTTf^^jfr: &c.; oft. at the end of ^ff^^^fl^ M. 1; Z^^^ ^ H f m^ ^ ' punishment; BT\Sf^ unjustly, in an
comp. ; ;T^ , ftm""] = ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^X ^ ^ W T f t Y. 1. 96. 2. former; prior
improper way ; ? f ^ > q ^ ^'SS'Rf Ms.
Ms. 10.12 lowest in position; BTVfJf and later; sooner and later; ^^f^T^-
2.111 ; an unjust a c t ; a guilty or
the vilest of the vile, the meanest ^TOTOf^ fWtrff^ff^l^^^ Ms. 8. 53.
wicked deed; sin; =^ff^ committing
wretch.If; 1 An unblushing sensu- 3. in a contrary way, topsy-turvy,
unjust or unrighteous deeds ; so
alist ( vrq^qrF^f53fF^-2f: ^FT^F^Fft^ upside down ( t h e natural order
**BTrc5R*^ of an irreligious spirit; rf^f
4floii|ch^oqif^^:;S'abda K . ) ; ^ ^^ff- of things being inverted) ;=^rf ^^f^-
^ ^ : Si 5 ; iT^ full of wicked-
f ^ mxx^ ^ ^A^X^ir^kMlX^^ ?:\4CfTi< S. 5 you have (certainly) ness or sin; for definitions &c. of
K. p . 1. - 2 A sort of ^ffTf or con- learnt in a contrary way, i. e. to qfx and Bf^ See Tarka K. P . 19.
junction of planets Q^\ (A^WXf\^^ ^- consider good as bad and vice versa-^ ( vfjf and B T ^ are two of the 24
V5^r^g=^^: ^ i t ^ q F : F ^ ^ F ^ ^ ^ ^FTf^" { it might perhaps also mean *'have qualities mentioned in Nyaya,
^: Tv.). -^FTT A bad mistress (ffrf^Ffr- you, i. e. the members of the King's and they pertain only to the soul.
f^^^cf^ .Sffrf^TFlt^ ) . [ cf. L. infimus]. court , heard this mean or base They are the peculiar causes of
^Comp.-BTTf [ ^ - ] the foot (opp. reply (Bf^r ^ q ^ ); ( ^i% ^ ^^^m pleasure and pain respectively.
^rxq\q ). BT% [ q:A. ] the lower ti) XW^ '^ ^ ^fcSFrf^^f^H^M^ridr- They are imperceptible, but inferred
half of the body ( below the navel)* ^jf^TrR Ms. 7. 21 (BT^ = f^ft, from reasoning and from transmigra-
BT^^a.[BfVpFfF^^5r0connected with ^^Trf^ =* W^A ) ; BT>#^ n r ^ ^i^; sff- tion.) - 2 N . of a Prajapati or of an
the lower part. BTr'^PC a. [q.] of TlH^itTi^ Mb. 4. nearer and further. attendant of the sun. Jjf Un-
the vilest conduct. {-X'-) ( ^ ^ ) 5. question and answer. BTfe: the righteousness personified. i^ De-
the meanest conduct. ^fT^f:, - ^ - lower lip; B t n f ^ p r "S. 3. 25; Me. void of attributes, an epithet of
h " ^ : [ ^X^' 3WTF^^f ^FH": W^y 82. { -t ) the lower and upper ^^?f. -Comp. BTRrf^fT^: the cate-
cfFf: 7 ^ ] a debtor ( opp. ^^rXwAi) (lit. lip. ^73"; the lower part of the gory of 3f^, See Bfi^rf^r^.
reduced to a low position by his neck. r-^^Xmx [ ^ W ^^XWX ] the BTWl^^ ct. Impious, wicked.
incurring debt). ^:-Wrf^; [qxA-] lower part of the body. qT?f kis- BT^T^*^^. 1 Wicked, impious.-2
a porter, groom, a servant of the sing, lit. drinking the lower lip. Illegal, unlawful ; q^xqf 5 ^^f vq--
lowest class, one of the 3 kinds of T3? -W^ the nectar of the lips. ^n\ ff^^^F^ X^XXA^ Ms. 3. 25.
servants; ^riH^H'i^'^ttF^ T - ^ ^ 5 f- ^firf% the nadir.
Ain^: 1 3 T ^ HTC^^^TFF^^ W^r^rf:|| BT^fffT 8 U. , BTVT^f?r Den. P . ^ W ^ [ ^^T^RT^F ^ ^ -^X^: ]
^ ^ S R ; CI. [ q X^qA} ^^ ^f^, ^. ^' ] To surpass, excel, beat down, A widow.
1 Lower ( o p p . ^TfT), ( l i t . not worst; ^xAix l ^ f ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ T)k. 6 ^ m ^ 5 BT^: ind. [ Bpfft-BTft-, Bf^-
held up ); tending downwards; lessening, forgetting; to defeat, ^C^^^F^ Bf^Bff^^: p . V. 3. 3 9 . ]
under, nether, downward; ^PEf: v a n q u . i s h ; vxqxxx ^^^XXX^XS'^f^X^: K i . 1 Below, down; qTf^vJf ^PT f ^ f R
under garment K i . 4. 38; cf. B T ^ 2. 40, 6. 2 1 ; ' q f l ^ P T ^ W H . ^ N F T : XX^i Si. 1. 2 ; in the lower region,
Si. 1. 6 ; BTf5 lower or nether Ki. 6. 24 excelling; B T v r ^ T f f ^ t ^ - to the infernal regions or hell;
lip, see below. (In this sense Bf^ ?r 3TT^W=^r K. 25. o?f^r?3fwr>s^>5rwrf ^^f^^l^ffff grf:
partakes of the character of a pro- BT>^^ 1 p . To be worsted ( in a Ms. 7. 53. ( According to the con-
noun). - 2 Low, mean, vile ; gfrft lawsuit );to be invalidated Y. 2. 17. text BT^: may have the sense of
See below; lower in quality, in- BT^rthr ct. [BP^PC ^ : ^f^^^-'Jf] 1 the nominative, Bf^r^: &c.; abla-
ferior. - 3 Silenced, worsted, not Lower. - 2 Traduced, vilified,^ re- tive, Bf\fF f^n; qq(q; or locative, Bf-
able to speak; See ff^, ^^%?5.. - 4 proached; BTVJ^: HK^^i^'Uri A E . 1. Ax ^ f ^A)' ^2 Beneath, under , used
Previous, preceding; as in Bf^g:, Brvftl": ind. [ Bpfc ft^; Bf^r-W9 ] like a preposition with gen.; rf^r^rf"
q. Y. ^: The nether ( or some- 1 On a previous d a y . - 2 The day S. I. 14 ; rarely with abl. also;
times the upper ) lip; a lip in gen^ before yesterday; the other day. Sff^c^" ^ ^f^f^VT: Hemachandra;
eral;q?i' Ku,5, 27 leaf-like lower lip; B?vf^^rn^,-c^;,'^f^,-^cr^rcrr^r^ (when repeated) lower and lower,
^Mim'?i 45 ^

down and down ; BTWfW- 7^^frf: ^ - ^^TTT^^^T^Ft^r^r ;p^F^^i%^3W?Tf^t I BTF^Tff- ^tX^XX^XXr^adv. or p7^ep. [ Bf^~3f- -
x^ 'TflTf %^r!m H. 2. 2 ; ^!fr^wf- A f ^ '^^F^ ^fFW^^f^T^r^^* 11 c^- ^^^^ X^lAy ^ ^ s f i ^ i p ; Y. 3. 39-40. ]
>^ p r ^ ^ 3 % ^ : ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ P t : H . 2.48 ; Ku. 3.47. (-fH-:)a downward look.q"^ Down, below, under, beneath,
BT^f>Jf Tjtr^t ^T^^T^Trff X^X^ Bh. 2. [^%F% q"^>qT^^2TF^-:^^F4^] the place under-neath &c. ( with gen. ) See
10 ; from under, just below ( with under the foot, a lower place. qT^:= ^^; BT>^^l7rnT^^r^ Ms. 4. 54; \q^-
acc.);rf^rf^>s^ ff^: ^4r>^<rTi^i.i.4. ^Tfrf q. V. above.^i5tfr[Bf%yjrFF'^5- Of Tf^fff^t T f ^ H ^ r f f : ^ f c ^ n j ^ San-
In comp. with nouns sf^: has the ^q\xA qx"^' ] N . of two plants Bf^F^^'^F khya K ; rfffrrfrf: P t . 3. ; rXX^X'
sense of {a) lower, under, as g- (Pimpinella Anisum)and %'af^F (Ele- ^^r^rf^JTfq- ^rfr^%5 TTk% u . 2.
qq^ "r^foR": the lower world ; ^f^: or phantopus Scaber ). ^-^^j a seat of 25; ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ j ^ ^ ^ r ^ ^ K. 2^9 gone
^ ^ ^ an under-garment; or ( 5 ) grass for persons in mourning to sit to hell.
the lower part; ^RT^; the lower part upon. ^=rfr [ ^qx qAx qx^m^ ] a
dose of water, medicine &c. to be
^ ^ W ^ ? [ ^ AtAA mx^^y qx^
of the body ; BTVT;^ means to sur- ^XA mA^^-^ Tv. ] =BfqTTfnfr q. V.
pass, eclipse, overcome, vanquish, de- taken after meals &c. ( HtsfJfFW
AxqqxA ^f^l^^r).^rfrrl. the lower ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ct. [ ^. rf. ] Not pro-
spise, scorn ; rfcf: ^f^: ^rf^t^rqiT^rf
part (of the body;; '^l^prff T r ^ j ^ f - fitable; " ^ f f ^ r f c ^ ^ P t . 2.
rnrR^r ^TT^^r^r^ m Ku. 5. 29;
3T>^: irrfr%qFr:3>r K. 177 ; fTrf- TWr^fT^^ ^fff^f Su^r. 2. the lower
^'^Hl^'A 179;/S'i. 1.35, 3.52; ^q^: part of any thing, the region below, ^F ^' ~C^t] 1 Mental pain or agony.
down below; ^s^^'^^frf f%r%^,J?TTr^5t-
^ i . 16.8 dispelled. -Comp.B?^ a. See Bf|f^:-2 A woman in her courses.
f^xxA P t . 1. situated down be-
situated below the axle or car. ( - ^ ) (=Bff^.) ind. 1 ( A s a prefix to
low. See gfcfFcy* ^ : / . lower
adv. below the car, under the axle.
ground, land at the foot of a hill. verbs) over, above; ( Bff^f^ ); -^^ to
BT^^; [ ^T^FcT tF'^qr^fR^ fm" ^ ^ ^
5 ^ - ^ r ^ ct. having the face down- stand over; ^ to place over or at the
^f^^aifF^t) cf^^r ^fFf^^^'TF^ IF^ ^<;^ I wards ; ^ f^xA] ^ : qrpff'^; P . 3. head of; ^'^^to grow over or above;
^: Tv.;Bp:f:f(t^^fFl:WF%^^Malli.] 57. 2. head-long, precipitate, flying over and above, besides, in addition
N. of Vishnu; other etymologies of downwards. 3. upside down, topsy- (^=r^);fully, completely (Bff^qr,f^-
the name are also found: ( 1 ) Bfqj q turvy. ( -^: ) N . of Vishnu. (-5cff- m), to get something in addition to
^ m ^3" ^^TT^^r^^t^TSf:; ( 2 ) 4 r ^ ? ^ ) N . of a plant JTrf^f F Premna another; Brf^Tfc^^RT^^r'W^PlLli'^^iiig
!?f^ '^F^^f^^^^FF^iw^ IT^^ Irrsf^q-- Esculenta. ( - ^ ) {q^ ) 1. flying obtained fully, Bff^ intensifying the
^ cTcTF >S^F^^f^Wll ^ T ^ See above. downwards, having a downward mo- meaning of the root; f ^f ^r ^fPPffRt
^i^TT^ sexual intercourse, BTTf, tion; these na/cshatras are: TTTTF^:^ f- ftCr^rirf^^^wPv. 1.6. iO;(Bf^^i
-ff^- qA the anus ; Pudendum Mu- F'^f^ ^ xAmm ^ ^ rfq-F I q^\ q^xqA 4^^F'^%^=q"F^t).-2(Asa separablead-
liebre. ^RT; the lov/er part of the Bf\5t5"^^^rfOT: ^ijcf: || Jyotisha. 2. N . of a verb)Over, above, from abo ve (most-
hand(^?:>T). ^X'A excelling, defeat- hell. if^fa still. ??TFrRTf discharge ly Vedic);qfg^r^r^r 3?f^'Sf^E v. 7.18.
ing, degradation; K. 202 ; so x^n^X] of blood from the anus and urethra. 1 4 . - 3 ( A s a preposition) with
^ ^ ^ T ^ n ^ W j f ^ r K i . 2. 47 degra- ?:r^ ^.[sf^Kq- xm- ^ h f f t r F ^ ^ r ^ ace. {a) Above, over, upon, in
dation, dishonour.;tcf?rqr undermin- cf^ XX^X^ ] having a white colour (^'TF?); ^ A^^x^w^^ ^xx A txx-
ing.irfrf:/., -TrJf5t-qrr?f: l. a down- or white marks on the lower part of ^^^Su^r.BT^^ff^ just above; c^f^r^-
ward fall or motion, descent; going the body ( said of a goat ) r ^ : 1. a 'Tt'T^T^^^SWr^SWr^S^^ff^ ^q fffW^: Bo-
downwards. 2. degradation, downfall, plummet. 2. a perpendicular. 3. the padeva; with gen. also; % ^ r ^ ^ j - -
going to perdition or hell; ^c^T^fj-yr- lower world. ^^^^ a. strong X^ XX^ .RT^Ev. 1.19. 6 above the
vfrrrf^f: K. 41 ( where "" \q has both in the lower regions; whose sun;f^3t^ ^ i . 7. 35; ^^q^^ 7. 41;
senses ); fff BTf'^TM P t . l . 150 sinks, lustre penetrates downwards. ^ ^ : \ ^ ^ 52 at night. ( b ) With refer^
comes down ( feels dishonoured ); Pudendum Midiebre. " - ^ 5 : [ Bf^- ence to, concerning, in the case of,
Ms. 3.17; BT^i%rrr?T=fTfrt ^q- f^^f^- q\Ax q\'^' ^X\^. rF. ] breaking wind, on the subject of ( Bff^f ?q- ) ( most-
^r'Tf^ 8. 309 destined to go to hell. flatulency. ^[fif-^ a. sleeping on ly in adverbial compounds in this
Tf:^ m, one who digs downwards, the ground. ( -^cjff ) sleeping on the sense); f^> ^ B t f ^ l ^ ; so BTf%r%;
amouse.Tf-^-ST [^W^Bf^if^r^^vir ground; ^^'\q^ ^W^ql^q^>W^\ ^- ^soffff^?^ sTfrfr^r^r ^tf^ir^; so
Az^ rf^I^FTf^PT^^n!: ] a plant Achy- fk^j ^^m^^xi^Wqx^Amqqqx (m-M ^ r T * ^ , ^mX, ^ t , W treating of
ranthes Aspera (B^MIHF'1)- =^: [BT^: Ms. 2. 108.'-'X^^^a.^^^.{-7i.) N. stars &c.; 3tf^ Si. 6. 32 in the case
' FH(f ^qrfW-^'^] 1* thief. 2. one of a hell. ^,-f^^:(^ a. situated be- of women, (c) (With abb) dust over,
?5FF%
who goes downwards. ^jfig^i/ the low. -^X^XXrX^ the nadir. more than (BTI^^); ^ ^ f ^ f ^ - i f f r ^ ^ r
lower part of the knee. ( -ind, ) be- BT%r?ra: [Bp:f: Bf'^THFif^ % ^ t Kath.; BTftflrfrff^ Ken. (c^) (With
low the knee. n ? r f | ^ [ Bf^TF ^fF^t iJ-fef: AXAh ^^F'T^TF^^ ^^- loc.) Over, on or upon, above (show-
I^IT- f^f^f, 3WT F W I ^ ] the uvula ^q Tv. ] Ved. Sexual intercourse. ing lordship or sovereignty over some-
( Mar. qrg^fN" ). rf^T the lower part ^TW^rf^ ct' {A\f.) [^qq:^x^^~Z^ thing) {A^q); BTf^>g^ P . I. 4. 97;
or surface; ? p : ^ % ;r5f^\ f^/. q^ ] 1 Lower, situated beneath. ^ r ^ 3 f t Xjqi P. I I . 3. 9 Sk. Eama
the lower region, the nadir; the - 2 Prior, previous. rules over the earth; the country
southern direction. ^f^ a. casting ^^^rr^(Hr) Xiind. [ BTprf^^^F^t ] ruled over may be used with loc.
a downward look; a posture in Yoga; Very low. of ^ruler'; B ^ ?n^ ^ : ibid] STfri^-
^1%^ 46 ^TTW
' ^ r ^ fttfr ^frff: Dk. 77 subject to, than (with abl. orincomp.);5PTp3|-f^- B7^ a. exaggerated ; q^ exag-
under the government of, become N^v^^fTR'TTftfrf^r: Pt. 1.327; %^ff^%- geration, an exaggerated statement or
the property or possession of {^(^ ^^T'vSf^r^r 5f^: Mu. 1. 25 surpas- assertion ( whether of praise or of
denoting ^?q in this case); under, sing, more than a match for &c. ; censure ); fr^i:r*wr^^^% P- II.
inferior to (fF?f); BTr% f ^^ ^i:r: (Bo- fJr^f^ch^HHK: E. 15. 62 more than 1. 33; (?f = 5^5RfR<|^rich^'4^^=^^;
padeva) the gods are under Hari. what was sanctioned by rules ; rfqf- e.g. ^Frfs^^^A i.e. so light and weak;
- 4 ( As first member of Tatpurusha R ^ 4 r > s f ^ r ^fTfr Bg. 6. 46; 9xm ^- ^^^^5T^7 so deep and full).^f^
compounds ) {a) Chief, supreme, ^XA^X^X^AX Y. 1. 2 1 2 ; BT^ff^r a. abundant, prosperous. E. 19. 5.
principal, presiding; ^^rff presi- ^5fr H. 3. 84 strong in cavalry ; "~frfPTo/.-f^rf^^r5^* an intercalated
ding deity ; *'?:r^: supreme or sov- vqTf^qx^^fff'^^ t ^ : H- 4- 21 excels in, day.;^:=BTf^^:. -Jfmf^;? =BTF^^FH
ereign ruler; ''qfrf: supreme lord is superior by reason of ; r^^ff^cR" q. Y. ^ ^ f ^ : / , exaggeration,
&c. ( 6 ) Eedundant, superfluous %qfr: Mu. 4. 10 superior tO; some- hyperbole. rsffflr^-^ff^f^ a, con-
(growing over another); ^rf:=BT^^r- times with gen. ; T ^ W ^ W^fTf^- taining or costing more than 60 or 70.
^^: { t^XAX^ ^5FFcft ) cfrf: 'P. VI. ^ ^ : K. 136. - 4 Later, sub-
2. 188. ( c ) Over, excessive ; BT- sequent, further than ( of time ) ; Of vehement desires, impassioned,
f ^ q - : high censure. According to G. q-cri-'M^^^nrft^ (Ax^Ax \AA^q), I - lustful. If: [ qxA. ] Strong desire.
M.BTf^" has these senses: Bff^^.q-sf^'^^- ? ^ ^ ^ ^W^ XX^: Ms. 2. 65 2 years ^ f ^ T ^ 8U.1 To authorize, qualify
^F^^^fn7T(f^% \e.g.', ^crr-^T^F^^; f^F- later i.e. in the 24th year; sometimes for the discharge of some duty? be
^^T^^i^n^^F^ZT Bff^Frf^: ; ^fqqfA' {A' with gen.; ?fJfff^f^ ^f H^=^ ^ E a m . - 5 entitled to, have a right to; ^^f-
"Aq ); Bf^^: ( ^F^?%) BfT^frf: ^A', TFf- Eminent, uncommon,special,peculiar
^^f^fft^JTfl %^f% Bk. 2. 34; irqx:
r^'^Frf ( ^ ^ ^ ) ; BTf"^ ( wAAx). I n the (Bf^ff^F^); f^^rr 5Tr*T ^xx^ ^ : w ^ - ' "
rsf^c^t^fr?fr ^r^Ef^rf^: Ki. 4. 25
Veda Bff^ is supposed by B. and E. to ^ Bh. 2. 20 superior or uncommon
have the senses of ^out of, ^from,' merits are calculated to produce lik-
form or beauty; W ff ^'^TPTTW^ f^- ing, not mere intimacy.-2 To place at
'of,' 'among,' 'before!, 'beforehand',
^ : H . Pr. 2 5 ; t^^r^^rsf^r^Rrrqr the head of, appoint, set; ^^%?r fCTf
' for ', ' in favor of ', ' in ' ' at '.
rffrf BT^^^fWfrrf: J ^ M b . ; ^Hf^^T^nfW'
5i|f^5p7 a. [ abbreviation of BT't.7ff- ^n-^JTT^^T^ XX^X II Y. 1. 118 ; some-
^Trf: E. 9. 62 appointed to humble
^ ^ ; BT'-qi^S^^Ft?; ^H^ ^Tf^q^^PT^ times used in the comparative in the
the proud; f^f^tflft^^^Sf'W^^^f^^
P . V. 2, 73 ] . 1 More, additional, above senses; l|W^r^rrf^^%^f Bg. 12.
Ki. 6. 30 set or appointed to d u t y ;
greater ( opp. 3^^ or ^f^ ) ; rf^f^iT?f- 5 : r f n ^ ^ n ^ n^r^^Hf: V. 5. 22;
t ^ : Jf^^ rfJff'W^t: Mv. 2 set on,
f^^ P . V. 2. 45. ( I n comp. with ^^Tfl-^f^f^rrft Ffi^^^Tf^ S. 7. - 6 Ee-
incite or appoint as their chief.-3 To
numerals ) plus, greater b y ; BTSTT^- dundant, superfluous ; ^BTTf having
aim at, allude or refer to, make the
^ ^ 100 plus 8 = 108 ; =^c^ft^frfr- a redundant limb; qtffcchHr^f ^ f ^ f
subject of; BTm"^^ ^% ^f^' P. I V .
>Sf^^r: =^ '^^Tfeff: more than 40; q- ?Tlf^Wf5T^fPHrMs. 3. 8. - 7 Inter-
3. 87 ; f^JTrrfr^sr!' BTfVrfr^ fFrf ^fffs*
^ f f ^ f ^ ? r ^ E.3.69; ! T ^ r f ^ ^ : ^ ^ - calated, intercalary (as a month &c.)
f^RTfrfT^r^niSk.; qx^ Jf^'Pf ^Ax^'
g-; Ms. 9. 117. - 2 {a) Surpassing in - 8 Inferior, secondary. cR" 1 Surplus^
f^mxXX^ S. 1 should be made the
quantity, more numerous, copious, excess, more ; r^r*ff,sf^f^ 'TT^ Ak.-2
subject of representation, should be
excessive, abundant; in comp. or Abundance, redundancy, superfluity.
represented on the stage.-4 To be used
with instr.; J ^ ^ : JT^ffOfff^r^.l. 30 - 3 A figure of speech equivalent to
as the head or governing rule; ^ff^frlf
more than the usual measure, {b ) hyperbole ; BfpifqF^r*qifK =h'C:^^(1^r^>Sf^-
qX^^A I F^^F^F^T^^ ^% T l t ^ ^FFtwf- ^^^x^ p. iv. i. 82; f^ ^r^^^^rf^ra^
Inordinate, grown, increased, be- Sk.-5 To superintend, be at the head.
come greater; abounding in, full of; XXA^ I Bf^rf qq ^ ^ ^ (Am^'q 5^^*^
strong in ; ^vq-E.12. 90; ^ f ^ P f ^ : II Bf^ BfT^q^qrf^^Jf I ^Frf^Ft^^^fcFF- - 6 ( A. ) To bear, endure or over-
Ms. 4. 141 senior in years; f|f^- rqAX WXXA ^A\ ^ ^ F ^ r ^ F ^ I rf#F ^ 5 ^ ^power, be superior to; ^[f^f^^^^
f^cftiii: Ve. 3. 30 old, advanced in 5f%?>lT:q^rfq'F^^^^?F^PT^PJrFFJ^- II S. D; Sk.; B T f ^ ^ f f ^ f R : Bk.8.^20,-^ To
TfI^Fq-^CF^fFW^lf^rfF^^%: ^vRTcT | BTpq-zfT- feel, enjoy; ^ T ^ | ^ r % f ^ f r # ^ xf^
years ; vf^^^ ^^^fffwj ^ S. 7, 20 ;
^R^F^rff rfJ^^cifF'^H-rra^llK-P.lO. f ^ r ^ T ^ f r f f r f f ^ f t ^ r K i . 1. 43.
s r r ^ xx^ f ^ ^ i ^ r r f ^ K . 2 ; - 8 To refrain or desist from.
'^adv, 1 More,in a greater degree; g"
^^^fff^i^FH^ Si. 17. 48 abounding BTfljchi'Jf [ f-^3;^ ] 1 Placing at
in. - 3 ( 0 ^ ) More, greater, stronger, ^ r ^ g ^ ^ ^ M T r m ^ M f f ^ ^ E . 4.1
the head pf, appointing &c. - 2 Ee-
mightier, more violent or intense. shone the more; 3. 18; 3!ff^q'^fq^
lation, reference, connection ; ^jrff-
^Af^m W^ ^ ^PTf^" K. 62'. ^ n n ^ r % ^Tn%: Pt. 1. 243; oft.
f^fcRT^f: ^T^f: Eam. referring to.-3
g;;;^ ;f ^:f^5q-f^ ^ ^ E. 2. 14 the in comp.; f^r^^Jfjftjcn'^- 1-20; ?^- (In gram.) Agreement, concord, gov-
stronger animal did not prey on ^ Me. 21. - 2 Exceedingly, too ernment or grammatical relation ( as
the weaker ; ^JJffs^^^f^ ^T^T ^X much.Comp.Bq^T ct. ( ^ / . ) hav- of subject and predicate &c.); ^cgt^M:
^q^^x'^qx f^m- Ms. 3. 49; B T I ^ ing a redundant limb. (-Tf) [Bff^- ^ ^ T f ^ f f W ^ : <=hHHI<^: P. I- 2. 42
^ffft f ^ g ; Eam.; BTf^ fwA Pt. 2; ^>S^n3; ] a sash, girdle or belt worn having the members ( of the com-
^T^rvJl"lrli>SfW: Ms.11.186, 9.154. over the mail coat. BTf^f^ a. more pound ) in the same relation or
{b) Superior to, better than; higher and more, out-doing one another. apposition; ^EfffT^ipj^rfr or sHff^-
^f^ 47 ^TpTf
XPXX ^ f ^ t i t : ; 'ftrfr^^:, ^^^TfPT: &C.-4.m. One who is charged with super- ' ? r ^ 5 ^ f f r ^ Bg. 2. 47 your business
A receptacle or subject, technically intendence.-Comp. oRT-rfTH a sort is with action alone &c. - 8 Eola-
substratum; ^^ffRcRTT ^Tf^qr T. S. of servant, overseer of workmen. tion^ reference ; ^ q r N M ^ f : jrf-
the soul is the substratum of know- fTrf: [ Bff^it ^q qq {^^\q^ qTT^- ^f^^f^f: Mb. - 9 Place = B f f ^ ^ ;
ledge. - 5 Location, place, the sense cfFFF: ] one appointed to superintend J f f f c ^ q ^ ^ r f w r t =5AirM: M. 1. - 1 0
of the locative case ; BTfWr^fr%^^ an institution or establishment; A topic, paragraph or section; Sff^f-
P. I. 4.45 ; ^rf^tsq-^FtrfF^f^F^F^I I ^ < ^ s ^ R f ^ F ^t ^q"F^ ITjX^^ rf^FTFt I AirA- f^rf Mit. ;See Bfj^^^of.-H Counting,
f ^ ^ r ^ I ^3r#c!:RRTFRTvtr w%F'^^rr^ ^^- ^Afmm- ^ ^ ^t^'- ^?^- II ^^ enumeration, occasion for counting ;
qxr II Hari; as afl ^F^^F^^ q'=5rF'rf.-6 A families he is the head or 2^cite7fa- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f f ' ^ f t Ki. 3,51 {q-
topic, subject; section, article or para- milias. ^^F^'Erf R"). -12 ( In gram. ) A head
graph;a complete argument treating of ^ f w f ^ : [^F%?q" ^A^ ^X^y ^XA- or governing rule, which exerts a
one subject; the Sutras of Vyasa and q^A zq^] The overseer of a market directing or governing influence
Jaimini are divided into Adhyayas, whose duty it is to recover toll or over other rules; e. g. ^ f ^ |" P.
the Adhyayas into Padas and the Pa- duties from the traders. V I I L 1. 1;IV . 1. 82-3; rfFJ^^: I L
das into Adhikaranas or sections. (Ac- 1. 22; Bfi^r^^r^ Sk. (This Bff^^ is of
B^cfff?;: 1 Superintendence^watch-
cording to the Mimamsakas a com- three kinds: RF^^|%rf "t^ Tt;|^g?][^
plete Adhikarana consists of five ing over; 5 ^ ^trnT^tK: V. 3. 1 ; =^1 ^TfFTT^FfWfqr ^f^rf%r^F'T?T': II.)
members :F'^^^ the subject or mat- ^ : sIV^^I ^Ta^T^^Pfirpf^Tftf^frFr: ^. 1 -Comp. ftf^: determination or
ter to be explained, Ft^f^ or q'^q superintendence of religious matters. statement of qualifications to do
the doubt or question arising upon - 2 Duty, ofiice, charge; power, post particular acts; as ^T^f^TW^^^ ^Sf^fJ^.
that matter, ^ q ^ the first side or of authority; authority; PT^^fff^sffft W-^TT^ a. possessed of authority,
prima facie argument concerning W^XXXA M. 1 I say this in the capacity invested with office.
it, ^xXX or ^xf^q"^ or f^^frf the an- of a jndge;BTf%:^fTff^r#gFfrN"rr'&^ff^:
swer or demonstrated conclusion, S. 5; i^cfq^f^^^yff^f^nfr frf: Pt. 1, f(% ^ q ^ ^ ] 1 Possessed of authority,
and J^fq pertinency or relevancy, V. 2. 1; Bf^if administration of pe- having power; f ^ ^ f ^Tff^r^^? X^Xr^
or ( according to others fA^q the cuniary matters ; ^ f f ^ r ^ f f ^ rpTTf: Pt. 1. 164; ^'^i%5fi^^^, ^niJ^Hr
final conclusion); fl'SF^F^^^%^'T#'T^- Me. 1 ; Btf^f^'f f ^ 3 W ^ r RlrfT: M. 3. - 2 Entitled to, having a right to;
^ r f ^ F ^ I F'^'^^^T%F'^ ( A ^ - - m^sfA^xx- ^; ^ : 5^f^Rm^f^lTF: J P ^ m ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ l ^ ' ^ ^ m ^ T : ; so ^TT?Tf^rgffrR5i
A X^JXK. II The Vedantins put qqfq 'ffS) B^^^TTW T^ "^^r ^ ^T^f^r IL 2; heir; >^?fqfo|- &c; rrT^^?fR^nT?^^r?T
in the 3rd place, and f^Frf last; rf^ !%^qTI%^IT ^fT^* ^ f t ^ r M. 1 fit to E. 15. 51 not qualified or authorised.
^%^1'^fm'^rrT Aq\qqq, fqqq-. A^f- AqfA: be initiated into the fine arts.-3 Sov- - 3 Belonging to, owned by. - 4 Fit
c[#T^: f^^STrl^. Generally speaking, ereignty, government or administra- for. - m . (fr-^fqr^) 1 An ofiicial, officer;
the five members may be taken to be tion, jurisdiction, r u l e ; ^ff^cfff^^^ ^ i ^ ^ j T ^ r ^ ^Tf^sFTfi^rf: 5r5PT?:r^;!f^
(Aqq, A'm, ^^W, ^^rrrq^ and i^^frf or ^f^s^zf^ S, 7 seat of government Mu. 3 ; a functionary, superinten-
n^Frf). - 7 Court of justice, court, or jurisdiction; %^ f ^ c ^ S. 5. dent, head, director, governor. - 2
tribunal; ^^Ffrsff^ ^^^ifA ^ ' ^ - - 4 Position, dignity, rank ; |rfrf%- A rightful claimant, proprietor,
^ Mk. 9. 3 ; ^ =^ ;eTW Dk.40.-8 ^ r HM>Hr v . 1. 70 deprived of the master, owner. - 3 One qualified to
Stuff, material; fqiriAfA^ '^Rf'^^- position or rights or privileges of a sacrifice or perform sacred works. - 4
vqqxf^ P. II. 4. 13 (BT^q-^rf^); ^ r - wife. - 5 {a) Eight, authority, privi- Man as the lord of creation. - 5 One
qrq ^15 fixed number of things,as ^ lege, claim, title ( as to wealth, pro- well versed in the Vedanta.
^f^F: Sk.-9 A claim.-10 Supremacy. perty &c. ) ; right of ownership or STT^^rrftrfr-^^ Authority, rightful
off One whosuperintends.-Comp. possession ; BTf^f^pnT^: 97% ^^r^p^fW- claim, qualification &c.
^l^T^: a judge, Mk. 9. rrg^T: m^ "^ r f ^ 2 : S. D. 296; ^%^nq-- BTf^fTrf p. p. [ f-^ ] Autho-
court or hall of justice Mk. 9. ^nC: R^Tff: Mv. 4. 38 it now be- rised, appointed &C; one posses-
'f^fry: [ Bfrt^^TJT^ Xwqi^: ^-w^- longs to the child. ( 6 ) Quali- sed of authorised qualification, &c.;
^ r ^ ] changing the quantity of any fication or authority to perform ^^T^f'^fKfr f^ff^ mff'T: Ms. 8.
thing, increasing or decreasing it so certain specified duties, civil, sacri- l l ; 7 r ^ r f K Tf^^vSr^fRTf:. ^ : An
many times; f ^ = ^ ^ P . V . 3 . 4 3 ; ^ozf- ficial, religious &c.; as the Bffq-^Tjx of officer, ofiicial, functionary, superin-
X^ ^^rrFTFq'F^^ ^ ^ T F ^ ^F ^Xri; qAx xxm a king to rule and protect, of a Brah- tendent, head, one in charge of any
crqr^r f T S k . f ^ R f : a conclusion mana to sacrifice, of a Vai^ya to thing; ^r^FTT ^Tf^fTrf^^ rRrf?T ^ ^ :
which involves others. t i l l e r trade &c.; ^^^r'^rcFf^fr^ftr Ki. 6. 4 6 ; sn^r^Mu. 3; Pt. 1. 424;
Y. 3. 262; with loc.; f^Ngjilf^^H^lf- XX%: Y. 1. 337.
^ T N ^ i n * : [ ^(W^'^ Bff'q-q'ppfF Bf-
JTfrfT J f M ^ ^ I T ^ m^: I rfW ^f^^Sf'^f- BTf^frfrf: / . Eight, privilege,
^Hf^q-^^ 1 A judge, magistrate; Mk.
^f^^S^^51 If^f fff^=^^ ^r^^%rir Ms. ownership. See" Bff^-^pJT^.
9. - 2 A government official.
2.16; ^r^ff'^^fffTOtT^g fr% -qqi^ ^ ^ 3Tf^f^^.^?^ci^. W i t h reference to,
BTpf^f^fTif Authority, power. ( repeated in /S'raddha ceremonies \ regarding, concerning; ^Wf^;Ff;2fjff^-
BTTW^'T n [ B f f ^ ^ ^ ] 1 A higher - 6 Prerogative of a king. - 7 f T ^ ^ r ^ f S. 1 ; ^^rir^rHf^clf ^f-
or superior act. - 2 Superintendence. Effort, exertion; ^ # ^ ^ r f ^ | ^ 3 T r ^^ S, 2 I refer to, speak of, /^akun-
48
tala ; 3. 4 ; E. 11. 62. See Brf^- TXA Jrfrf Ms. 8. 157. - 4 Acceptance. ?:rH"nr'MN^r^^'^f^^ ^ MM. i. 21.
^ above. - 5 Intercourse. ( T h e eleven organs of sense are
^ f ^ T ^ f f 1 U. To ascend^ mount BTR-^3:^, -Tf4T?ff^, -TiXX^ pot. p. said to have each a presiding deity:
upon. - 2 To attack, scale. Attainable &c. ^F^^^ f^^, c^% ^rf :, "A^-^ Bf^t,
^fWWi'T;,?fnw An attack^ inva- BTf^rt^ a. [ Tf^-^^, ] One who r^^^fF^F W^^-, W^^ 3TF^%, ^FPTft^^
sion. attains or acquires. ^F1"S \X^X^ t^-, TP^^ ^q^v ^F%: xAq-',
^^rf^ri;^ ^'^- [ ^ ' ^ HF^^fr ^ rtrq; ^fknTcT cJt, or adv. [ ifft f^^f^rf^* ^q^j;^qqW^fq'.,^qqx =^^.-2 [Bff^fT^F
^ A'^ J ^ F F ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ] The supreme or
qqrq Tv.] Decay or one that causes Bfoqf^7-^. ] Pound in or derived from
decay; a lord or ruler ( ? ) highest god. Almighty.
a cow; krWAX^X ^ f f ^ ^ # t .
^f^l^^iRf Gambling table, board
^if^ff^TT 6 P. 1 To insult, abuse, ^ T f ^ ? p r ^ [ ^ F ' ^ ^ Tprrrq^^r]!Pos-
for gambling (Bf[% ^qft ^fsqW qq. )
asperse, vilify, traduce, censure ; f% sessing superior qualities, worthy,
ff ^ ^ f f l r r ' & f ^ ' ^ ^S'. 5 heap ac- meritorious; ^f:^r HJT^ ^ ^ : ^ ' ^ f ^ f ^ \ # - % ^ [BfTOTfl^-t^^r]
cusations on me ; ^TOf^f^rf%^f^ ^ R : qX'^A r^^^J^Hf Me. 6. - 2 [ BTF^^F 1 The presiding god or deity; BTP^^
Si. 15. 44; ff ^ Hr^^iM^HI ^ ^ 5^F^^r^^] well strung (as a bow) ; ^ g x ^ Bg. 8.1, 4, 7. 30 ; flf^ff'&l-
P ^ f ^ % H : M. 1. - 2 To throw or \'Cf^'T ^^f: Ki- 12. 14. of: A su- ^ ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^f|TT^^'^%^; rf?TpT5Tf-
f!f...^: BTf&V^rifH^ ^rftf?f K. 109.
lay upon, bespatter. - 3 To superin- perior or eminent merit.
- 2 The supreme deity or the divine
duce (disease). - 4 To surpass. ^ P t T ^ T 1 P. To walk or move
agent operating in material objects.
BTfWT: 1 Abuse, insulting, insult; over or on something.
STJ^*" Dk. 52 insult to, reflection on, B^vrq^of Act of walking over ^ r a ^ r r ^ : [ sfpf^r ^F^O The
the understanding; ^^c^fr#T f^rg- something. Supreme lord.
i(\XX\A Ki. 1. 28. ^2 Laying upon;fix- ^f^^nT^fT Birth; JffH;c^>sf^rW5=nf ^f^iffr 1 P. To lead away from;
ing; throwing. - 3 Dismissal, to enhance, increase.
Ms. 2. 169.
^rf^rilTl E. 1 (a)To acquire, obtain, 3TfW^: [ A[- ^ , - 3 T f W F ^ W^]
get, attain, secure; BTTj^fr^^^TRr'F^
^rf^rf^s* [ 3fi^F ^ F -^wx ] A Fragrance, odour.
serpent (who has a forked tongue). ^rf^rfrrfSx^ a. Veiled.
V. 3. 19 ; BTf%rp^i% m^^ ^AitxA
This arose from the attempt of the
PrWTf^^J^: M. 1. 13;frrk*TRTr- ^ f ^ q " : [ ^TFwqnt, 3ff^-qF-^ ] A
serpents to lick the nectar placed
-ESri^Ms. 9. 91 marry; %^f^ ^ - lord, ruler, king, sovereign, head ;
on a bed of Ku^a grass, the sharp
'J^sxf^X^^^ E. 5. 34. ( 6 . ) To BT^ JHrrnTf^f'^qr: 5T^f% E. 2. l ; most-
points of which pricked the tongue
find, meet with, fall in with, see, ly in comp; ^T^f^: lord of men,
and split it into two. ^f-f^ffl'-
discover, ( c ) To accomplish; B ^ king; I T ^ a lordly elephant &c.
m [ sffW^^ f^f r, ^^F^ ^ ^ ] 1 The
'^f^W^^T^^^f^F^ ^ r ^ ^ f ^ ^ M. 1.9;
uvula. - 2 A sort of swelling of the
5T^ lf^r%^?^Rf&ir^|% Mu. 5 is q-:. - 2 A part of the head where the
tongue or epiglottis.
not able to decide; for {a) see also
^f^^T^^r ex. [ Bf^^^TF^^ ^\ u^, Bf- wound proves immediately fatal;
Ms. 2. 218, Bg. 2. 64, E. 2. 66.
prW ^ F ^ ] Having the bow-string (^5^ff^^*Tftq1tsrFt5: i^rF^fwf^^t'F^F-
- 2 To approach, reach, go towards
stretched, well strung ( as a bow ). ^r^TF'Ff:, rf^Ffq" ^w ^r^^ Smr.)
or near; ^J'^fry^c^^f??^^ ^ f ^ f ^ - ^f^PT^^r Ved. A female ruler,
- C o m p . ^W^T-^rn^ <^- having the
Tf3P^^ Pt. 1. 384; r f ^ r f sTff^fe^r^
bow strung ; ^ " ^ =^rf^^'Mi=hn|^ mistress ( ^f^^F ).
does not reach or go to the end. - 3 S r f ^ T * [ ^^TfFF-cfF Itrg:] Ved
S, 1. 6.
To study, learn; know; ^ ^ ^ f ^ q g
BTfvf^5^frfr 1 The state of being A king, ruler, lord.
f^ffrfRr^r D. 2. 3 ; ^rfJfc^r'^3^^
strung ; rff ?ft to string; E. 11. 14. ^ f ^ T ^ t ^ ^ (2. Dusty from above.
Ki. 2 . 4 1 ; 6. 38; Ms. 7. 39; 12. 109;
y . 1. 99, Bk.7.37. - 4 T o cohabit with. ^ f ^ r ^ T ^ [BTl^-cq^ P. V.
2. 34; qtrf^ BfF^^^^rT^F'^cq^F Sk. ] ^q-: ] The Supreme Being.
^Tf^F^Rf P' p-1 Acquired, obtained A table-land,highland; ^f^" ?fq^^-
^f^|%^!3t [ F'q'f,-^^^ ] Pounding
&c; q?iTf?TF'fl%?rr5=Tr^JT5^'iTr: Eh. 2. ^f'^fr^fgrr^TT Ku. 3.17; BTf^p^fciff^fyi^
17. - 2 Studied, known, learnt, v^rgjf^^ E. 2. 29. or grinding upon, serving to pound
mastered; f^rf^c^ ^^^^RTWTrf^- or grind upon.
STf^r^^3T^ m. K. of Yama. ^rf^irra" <^- [ ^ ^ " ^Tw w f ]
TXXW^ f^ U. 6. 30.
BTfSfTfJfr-Jfjf 1 Acquisition, obtain- arf^^cT* [ ^"-^F^^r ^ 0 ^ re- Having many children ( as a man,
ing, getting, finding &c.; ^ ^ - dundant tooth growing over another. woman &c.) ^ adv. [ ^SfF^ff^Fq" ]
WXi 'T^fTf: Pt. 5. 3 4 ; t^ft^rt^cf^- S r f ^ ^ T ^ a. Wooden. Eegarding creation ( of the world )
^jfr^V.5. 15; ^r^f%fJT7f Ms. 1. 112 ^ f ^ r ^ ^ r f ^ l % a. Of superior or as a means of preserving the world.
marriage. - 2 Mastery, study, know- transcendental lustre; Si. 1. 24. STT^Mr^i^'t [ W f^rfrf grf ] A
ledge ; BT^'s^f^ff^prffFf Ms. 11. 66, ^ f ^ l % ^ : - ^ r [BTfW^FrfF-^1- ^ : 1^- yoke laid on the ^ 1 " or foremost of
- 3 Mercantile return, profit; acquir- q\ qy] 1A presiding or tutelary deity ; the three horses, used on* certain
ing property; f^^-^: ^FF^t Mit. or'4?f- ^?ff^ c f f ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ ^T^'^ff^l^^ E. sacrificial occasions. Tf; The fourth
mxA'-; ^ n r ^ g ^f ff% m ^mx^- 12. 17; 13. 68] 16. 9 ; Bv. 3. 3;;^r horse thus attached(?)
3Tf^^ 49 ^Wl
^f^<4<v^ An interlocution of high ^ f ^ r a f ^ -BTf^FTT, q. V. E. 19. 44 having placed or seated;
words in mutual defiance; S. D.526. Si. 12. 46. - 2 To restore, give back;
^f^mt [ BTf^F ^^T' ] An
^ ^ ^ : [3TF^^f^5r^[pftH^t; ?,-Fli-- auspicious conjunction of stars for S^crror^f^'^Tn^rfrsff ( ^ ^ ) E . 16.
q;^ ] A master, superior; foremost; departure, expedition &;c. (^f^- 42 restored to its former grandeur.
5tr^TW^Rl%gft Mv. 6. 4 7 ; ? ^ p f T f > ^tA^ qrFWf^F'T: ) ; qF^t %^Tr^'^- - 3 To string ( as a bow ) ; grf^cff ^
g ^ 56. Ax^nAA ^A ftq^FF ^ * Muhilrta. ^f^rf^r^rfq^rfJi;E. l l . 81.-4 To'^give,
BTf^Pijf [ ^ T f ^ P f ^ o r ^ ^Pr^TF^- confer &c.; ^^f^igpT ff?f 3frcT?^Wf^Cr-
^ f M r ^ * [BfFf^^ ^^A; ^ - RrfTK^TS^f^rRfqr Dk. 50.
(A^rq qAwx] The highest being; the Bf^] The foremost hero or warrior
Supreme Spirit or its all-pervading ( in fighting ) ] q f^ ^fq^trfff*^ f ^- BTT^f^ a. { At the end of comp.)
influence; the whole inanimate crea- Growing on; ^^^f^rfff'^r^ rJrfr^f:
tion; BTfvf^ ^ fkfx ^m Eg. 8. 1 ; ^XfA Pffrf ^XXT Eam. Si. 7. 46.
^tf^a^f ^ ^m- 8. 4 ' BTm^rf is all BTpn^:^:^. p. 1 Mounted, ascended
^ f ^ T ^ ^ ct. Ved. [ Bff^cFf ^::^- &C.-2 Increased; ^^ifffvi'^T'T: engaged
perishable things. '
^q ] Pastening, fettering. in profound meditation.
^ f ^ ^ T t ^ ^ [ sTm* ^\^A ] 1 Ex-
^ f ^ ^ ^ ct' [Bf^^ifF^F XA X^A ^F] ^ f W T T Act of raising, exalting
cess in eating.-2 [Bfpf^%f^ qq TjfZf^F
or causing to mount.
q^ ] Very costly or valuable; q^ Being on or over a car. ^: 1 A
charioteer, driver. - 2 IST. of a chari- B^fwnf: An elephant rider Si.
^^rf^rW5Tr Ev. 6. 47. 23; a sup-
11. 7.
plementary or additional gift ( ? ). oteer who was king of Anga and
foster-father of Kar^a. ^ Ved. A BTf^ffffof Ascending, mounting ;
s r f ^ * ^ : [ ^ ^ "fx^ Bi^jf; it^- f^qxxr E. 8. 57.-fr [ Bff^W^Bf^F,
cart-load.
qXT^ q^^ ] 1 Severe ophthalmia; ^KX\- ^ ^ ^fXX^ F j ^ ] A ladder, flight of
^WX f^rq^ ^^F'^^-q^ rF^ I f^F^Ft 5 ^ f ^ n ^ ^ r ^ : [3Tf^r^rf;rF^(tr5,
steps ( of wood &c. ) (Mar. f^:^).
rf F^^IF^F^^ ^^t5^%:.-*2 5^ BTf^fTf^if. rr^f^-^^ ^F] A sovereign or supreme
B|f^rtf^;]r^ a. Ascending, mounting,,
B^f^frf^ [TT^-iTF^ ^ r ^ ^ F ^ ^ ] E u b - ruler, an emperor; l?T%ff^ ^ f - rising above &c. of|- [ Bff^ff^: ^fepf-
bing together for producing fire; ^fHHIi^'Mlf^^ X^ Bhag.; BT^Tf^rf- rt?f BfiPr^i^zfrO A ladder, flight of steps.
suitable for such friction (as wood). A^ , ? ^ ^ ^ f ^ l ^A\ ^V. U. 6. 16; king, ^ f ^ r ^ ^ 2 P. To speak in favour
BTf^?mm a. [Bff^Tr%^^ ^^TFrf: fq^] head, lord ( of men, animals &c. ) ;
^ T f ? ^ ^fTT 'T^ff^^f^: Ku. 1. 1 ; so of, advocate, side with.
Suffering from eye-disease.
BTTW^^ ^ ' 1 One who advocates a
sTT^jTrrer* [ ^ n w ^rt^ q^] A '5ir,^rrTr&c. particular cause (cf^qf t ^ qrK), an ad-
sort of disease in the white of the ^ f ^ r ^ ^ - l : [ 3 f F ^ xx^ xit^^^ ]
vocate.-2 An orator.-3 A comforter.
eye, a sort of cancer or protuberance 1 Imperial or sovereign sway, su- BTr^T^ 1 Advocacy, speaking in
of flesh; F'^n^ qj qw^ ^Tf^H^TT^ SRff- premacy, sole sovereignty, imperial favour of ( q-^qFF^TT ^ ^ ^ [ ^ 5 t . ) , - 2 A
q qx rf^Rprraw^ Ft^rfrf^ Su^r. dignity, an empire. - 2 N. of a
name, epithet, appellation.
B^f^fTfra^ : [ Bff ^ qxA qq ] A country.
sort of cancer in the back of the ^rf^r^^w ct' [sff^rf ^qA ^mxA ^rf^^^: [ ^^-^33: ] Advocacy; rf-
gums; f ^ q(^A AA ^^miAX ^fF^.* I Aq] Having ornaments (of gold &c.). Pf^rq; flw's^f^rw^r f^^ Ev. s.
rTFt^f^F^ (^rpE^^F) ^X^fAx (W^- Ax- S r f ^ I ^ F 1 P . 1 To ascend, mount 16. 5 ( WTFrfT^"^ffF^).
(Amwxxt Su^r. ( a throne, hill &c. ); go up to, find s r f ^ r a r ^ I P . 1 Toinhabit,fix one's
^ f ^ m r ^ ct. [ Bff^r^ qjqf q ^ ] access to, sit in or o n ( ace. ); qff^- abode or residence in, settle, dwell
Beyond measure, excessive, inordi- f ^ n j c m ^ 'i^^f^fW^??^ Si. 2.46; q-- or reside in ( with ace. of place ) ;
nate.5f On the subject of prosody. nf^^r^T; ^J^q ^ r w ^ Ki. l. 38. lying f^ft'ff&^^-^'Ff^ R^TRtrff: Me. 25 ;
^f^^rra*: [Bfi^qfr ^ft^TF^F^BrfFrft- on; ,3?Tfrf^r^ E. 7. 37 riding a mfA UPSXX^W'qxf^X^^^sxqr'^ U. 3. 8;
horse; 12. 104; g-g^T^frfwlTfWr^ff ^T^^r^TiT^ f^f f ^ ^ ^ ^ r ^ E. 5.
^fFT: f ^H M M <ir^?r#T^F?F mX[' ] An in-
tercalary ( lunar ) month. ^^: Ku. 7. 52 mounted or seated 63 ;11.61; 13. 79; Si. 3. 59; Bk. 5. 6;
on; ^r^riff^^^'l: E . l 3 . 52; engaged or 1.3; 8. 79. - 2 To settle, alight or
^rf^r^frl^t / . Trust, confidence.
lost in contemplation; so Pt. L perch on.-3(2 A.)To put on(clothes).
^ r f ^ g f r * ^ . of Buddha in one
xx^: ^xx^^^f^xx^xt^' ^- 68 Caus. 1 To cause to stay overnight.
of his 34 former births.
bear or acquire; Tff^j^r enter on; ^f- -2 To consecrate, set up (as an image).
STT^nr^ a. Pertaining to a sac- ^^ffrfwfffm" Si. 2. 52.]^A^qxX^- BTf^^^ a. [ Bf^-^frf qw ^ ]
rifice ; ' ' ^ 9f^ ^T%^ Ms. 6. 83. i^: 5Trf 5ffHWfTw^r K. 158 mounted on Clad, veiled; Ev. 8. 26. 13.
Principal sacrifice; the agency ef- the summit or pinnacle; ^qj ^ ^ f %- BTf^f^: 1 Abode, residence; dwel-
fecting or causing such sacrifice ; T^frf^TT^^^ Ki. 3. 50 this respon- ling ; ^f^iPTTrf^^rf?f Mai. 5. 8;
"j^f^f^R- %l %fgrff qx Bg. 8. 4 sibility lies on your shoulders.-2 To ^f^^fR- ^ ^^ Pfft^'^^f^: K. 137;
the Bff^^ is I myself in this body string; BffWfm W^ ^ ^ Ki. 13. ^'ff^HTrvTrfsrrfvr^f^r^ Si. 3. 71
( i. e. Krishna ) ; Bf^Ff^if^^ ^xq4fA- 16.-3 (Intran.)To rise or grow over situated ou; settlement, habitation.
^nfX^AwAAW' ^wx^^xA^qA^^q^-or above. Ca2ts. [ frc - ( T ) ^(A ] - 2 An inhabitant, neighbour. - 3
H^frff %Flf "Atqx-. - ^ adv. On the 1 To raise, place, seat, cause to Obstinate pertinacity in making a
subject of sacrifices . so BTI^OT^.
mount or ascend ; xxj; X^A^^'A^^ demand, sitting without food bg-
7
STf^T^ff, 50 ^WT
fore a person's house till he ceases ace. of place); ^r^ffrft E. 19. 32; BTg f^ ff^; 16. 40; ^ ^ ^ ^Tt^^n^-
to oppose or refuse it ( Mar. qryil ) . 13. 6 ; 16. 4 9 ; f|fr^q"?JTf^^^?ff ?f f^f^f ^i:^ ^f^ f^ff'^f^^ra" Ki.
- 4 r Bff^^F^f^ ^rfF ^^^y ^X^ ^ ] S.3] W'-^^f^ m Bk. 15. 114;2. 31 obtains; B r f ^ f ^ ^ r^f^f-
Consecration of an image especially = t ^ r ^ : ^f^?rrfr5R^r^Rf?[% K. 98, ^ror ^ i%^^ri%^ ^ f t # T ^ : 2. 38;
before the commencement of a sac- 206; Ki. 1. 38; Dk. 112; to dwell, ^ ^ : ^Trff^f^ST^ ^ T ^ f S ^ f i^^f%
rificial rite; see BTFW^F^^ also. - 5 A inhabit Bk. 10. 35; to sit in ; BT^f- Dk. 18. - 4 ( ^ ) To lead, conduct as
garment, mantle ( B J ^ F ^ - also ) . f^m^ ^p^i w ^ x^ i^' ^- 28. head or chief; 'T^Kf^f^^'C^^ ^Cf^"
^ ^ R r f p.it).Inhabited,resortedto; Caics. To cause to sleep on ; ^ - fW^f^^ftf^: smr: U.4, SeeBT^Ifrf
f^^Tf^^^^lNrl-^I^Rl^rrir^TFT ^^TPTrf^ ^c^fjffvnoT^ Dk.l05 placing on. also. (6) To be at the head of, govern,
Bh. 2. 70; 5^^3f^rffW^^ E. 4. 46; BTTW^Ot^i-^- p. Eeclining upon, direct, preside over, rule, super-
9. 25; 14. 30; ^ f ^ m ^ r y " K. 48. used for reclining upon. . intend; jffTfrf iE^rTpfSm Bg. 4. 6
^ r f ^ R T ^ l O P . To scent, perfume; ^jf^ff^ ITJ.lTo sleep on,ascend,. governing, controlling; ^x^ ^q^i X^-
^*ilH5i5^<til ^Tf^^TO^ ^^qr^Tfipf K. mount, resort tO; f ^ W ^ f ^ W ^ H ^ ' ^ =^TO?fWX^A^ "q I BTf^f^ JT^f^f^
184 ^Jf^^J^^mfRfrff^f V.4. 35. rfpif'^f Si. 1. 24 possessed of beauty; n*^r^5Fr5^^^H 1 ^ 9 presiding over and
B t f ^ r ^ : Application of perfumes 3:rf^^Y^i^^rrr: 12. 5 0 . - 2 To place thus turning to use. - 5 To use, em-
or fragrant cosmetics; scenting, per- over.-3 (BTF'^F also ) To put on fire, ploy.
fuming ; fragrance, scent, fragrant make hot. B r M t ^ i ^ . p . [^f^^-=^] 1 (Used
odour itself; BTfw^^?f^^ T f ^ : actively ) {a) Standing, being; ^rffrf-
BTf^^f^: [ F'^-^'^ Bf'q^ ] 1 A recep-
E. 8.34; AS'I. 2.20, 5.42; K. 183. ^ f ^ r f ^ M s . 5. 141; (oft. with Bf
tacle. - 2 ['ifF-^^] Boiling, making
^ r f W ^ [^5-i^=^ or-^F^^j^.] 1 hot ( by putting on fire ) . dropped; ^xxA ^ ^PT^f^ ff^ XXqX^
Scenting with perfumes or odorous f^im Bg.13.17.); c[i4:rfrchqr^%rf^r-
BTpf^T^TT-TT [ p F - ^ 7 - ^ - ^ ^ ] Plac-
substances (^^^frrfvj-Tfi^q-l-^rAk.). - 2 ing a kettle on fire; warming, boil- rf; Mv. 5 gone to; ^TWXf^ff^" Pt. 1
[ ^ ^ - P F ^ - ^ 3 ^ ] Preliminary consecra- ing. "ff [ Bfrcf^tq-^TTcqTF^^, W^ being in or enjoying royal favour.
tion ( q(A'^\ ) of an image, its in- ^^:^q;^] An oven, a fire-place. (b) Possessed of, dependent on. (c )
vocation and worship by suitable Man- " ^ f e n r a.l B T F ' ^ F ^ ^ ^ ] Of Directing, presiding over; vufff^rgR"-
tras &c. before the commencement of rrff^f'SrfJ^I': P t . 1. - 2 (Passive-
exalted dignity, supreme; very rich, ly ) ( a ) Inhabited or resorted to
a sacrificej(^r^(x^iT^F^ t^^n?TF^t^q:^^:
sovereign lord; f^ 'Tf^^rfh'f'&pT- by, occupied, possessed by; ^^^RT^-
T.?r^f^^^^- ) ; niaking a divinity
^'5jHffTff^f?T^T^ T f ^ ' r Ku. 5. 53; ^Tf^fgrTr ^^S-^FTT^^^rTf: v. 1; Ms. 5.
assume its abode in an image.
E. 7^29. 97; BTf^rf>jf&rf?T^: ^ : M. 1. 8 an
^f^^ff^^cx. 1 Inhabiting, dwel-
^ ^ W ^ n t [ BTF^^rf ^^.SW; Bfpf- enemy who has newly ( n o t long
ling or siting in. - 2 Scenting &c. ^-Bfr^F^ ^K ] 1 -^ contrivance (like
BTf^T^rRf^ P' P' 1 Invested or a hand-press) of leather &c. to ex- ago ) ascended the throne, a newly
clothed with.-2 Scented, perfumed. tract and strain the Soma juice, or established king; BTf%^ BTf^r^^:Dk.
64 newly established; so T{^ pos-
STfy||^H Taking up, carrying {a.) used for the act of straining &c.
sessed by; JXWC K. 97; 5^fTff K.
over, conveying . - 2 [ qf^ ^ ^ ] Straining Soma juice. 10,130, 147, 152. {b) Pull of,
^ f ^ r f ^ ^ n ^ The act of cutting BTf^^^f^P^ [^[^^FWr^i FtrfF, ^ ] The seized with, taken possession of,
off or cutting through. board or wooden plank ( qTrS-^ff )used smitten, affected, overpowered; BT^-
srf^rf^rT 6 U. To marry in ad- in the act of extracting Soma juice. ^ff^ftrff^r^rPr^Wf K.236,161,194;
dition to, supersede ( as a wife ) ^ f ^ S T 1 E. ( used with ace. ^Tfiffr'^rf^rf^ H. 1; Si.U.39. { c )
( said also of wives ); BTf^fH"H"f^- P. I. 4. 46)1 {a) To stand on or up- Watched over, guarded, superin-
jfr^t^Tf^rr^rf^ ^?r: ^ r ^ i q K ^ ^ ^r- on, to sit in or upon, occupy ( as a seat tended; wra'^'Sfff^lr^ ^j^ Pt. 1;
3 ^ ^r^f^F^f: E . 18. 53, &c.), resort to; BTvff^ 5 f r ^ ^ > s f ^ ^
^tf^f^'^rr [ f^-^ ] A superseded E.6. 7 3 ; ^ ^ % ? f ; % i ^ ^ ^ g : Bk.l5. 31; % ^ TJ. 2 ; 3i7fHTf%3T?f ^ ^ Rf|f^%i:-
wife, one whose husband has mar- )q^g^t?f^^f'%"^^^^r^ Ki- 10. 16 r^A Ms. 8. 34:. {d) Led, condi^ct-
ried again ; according to Hindu practising; Jff5Tf%T^ Eam. depend- ed, commanded by, presided over;
/S^astras a wife may be superseded ing on me. ( 6 ) To stand, be; Bf^^- ^ N ^ r ' ^ ^ ^f^r^ff^^rf K. 40; B ? ^ -
for any one of these 8 defects:^- fcfS"t5[i"^ ^A XX^X' Mb. ( c ) To standf^X%A 3^?Trfry 43, 44, 228; ^ ^ f ' ^ -
rxAt^^AA^x^^'xA^-'^iA^^^A^l ^F^- *over, mount. { d ) To stand by, be fg-cff ^X Tf^r 'Cr^TTrPC: U. 1. 3; ?T^
e;5fFF^^=ff^ J ^ ^ W F rF^ Y. 1. 73, near; BTPifH^^^^t^nJm^frf U. 4. xrcffqnrr'^rt^'^ ^ f ^ ' r H. 4 aided or
74; Ms.9. 80-83. - 2 To be in, dwell in, inhabit, supported; ?frrffN%rff?rfTffq' ^r5'ffff
BTf^I%^ m. [ F^^-^=^ T ^ ] ^ l^^^s- reside, stay; 3^Trfq'f|rffnC^rrfn^?Tf'&- Ve. 3; ^F^'H^'vrf'irf: '^fqf H. 3. 136.
band who supersedes his first wife. f^mA E. 1. 80] qxfmx XA^A ^A Bk. (e) Bidden, mounted upon; gjsf^-
BTf^l^: Marrying an additional 8. 79 ; <r^r2f^^^Pfff*TN%^l * - f^fM ^'FT^Y^^ Pt. 2 with the
wife. f adv, concerning the Veda. ^rf^f^Tf^rf Grit. 1 1 . - 3 To make mouse seated upon him; f^%^^ f-
^^A^ [ HF% grn; ]=BTr'^:. oneself master of, seize, take pos- ^r^'=ff^f%Tf ^^^r Ku. 5.70.
^ i ^ f ^ ^ 2A.To lie or sleep upon, session of, overpower, conquer; ^^xA BTf^g-f^ L^^^l-f^] Superintending,
sleep in, rest or recline upon; (with ^ f f ^ f f ^ ^ ^ ^ B k . 9. 72; ^?ffW^^^- watching over, presiding over, guid-
^ % 51 ^T^hm
ing, governing; tutelary, guardian; f f t ^ : Si. 14. 31'^ Gaits, [w-qi^^] six duties of a Brkhmai;ia. Accord-
as "^fi* ^^rff a- guardian or presiding To teach, instruct ( in ) ; (with ace. ing to Indian law-givers Bf^qfcpf is
deity. w. ( rff ) A superintendent, of the agent of the verb in the pri- of three kinds : ( 1 ) undertaken
head, chief, protector, controller, mitive sense; ( ^f ) ^fjf ^ qqqh^ixx^ for charity, (2 ) for wages and ( 3 )
regulator , ruler; ^ff:^f^5'frfr E.15.33; f^^yf^^ ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ f ^ .,. in consideration of services render-
Bhasha P . ; especially with reference ^ ^ r m f ^rf^r^r^mr^^Bk. 2. 21, ed ; cf. Harita : Bfi,7^nf^ ^ (^fqq \^-
to the Almighty who is the ruler 7. 34; BT^-^fqrf^^fmff5EfrfT fftf^ Kn.
of the universe. See ^(q^ also. 3. 6.^ ^tCfrlfrf^ II
^f^rST^ [ ^AA'^^'^^^ ] 1 Stand- ^Tfrf P' p)' Learnt, studied, read, BT^^qri%f ^n. [^-lA'l-clX] A
ing or being near, being at hand, remembered, attained &c. -Coilip. teacher, instructor.
approach ( ^(^(^ ) ; BT^Tf'&^f^t ^ n ^ a. who has studied the Vedas BTL^r^a. [f-^r3TP. I I I . 3. 21 ]
take a seat here. - 2 Besting upon, or finished his studies. ( At the end of comp. ) A reader,
occupying, inhabiting, dwelling in, ^T>flf^* / . [ f-1%5 ] 1 Study, peru- student, one who studies ; %^r^Efr^:
locating oneself i n ; STTTrf^rgK ^ f ^ a student of the Vedas; so jf^^f: 1
&c. - 3 A position, site, basis, Eemembrance, recollection. Beading, learning, study, especially
seat;52rf^m?r^%f|?r; Ms. 12. 4 ; ^WrRr?T a, [ Bp^trf^"^^ ; B f ^ r f - f P f ] of the Vedas ;5r^frfn.Hff^f5^^^pi:n" ( ^ -
tft^nrr ^Ar ff^^E^ffmsr^ri^^ Bg. Well-read, proficient in ( with loc.) qtt) Eam.-2 Proper time for reading
3. 40, 18. 14 the seat (of that ^ T ^ ^ = ^ # m ^ Dk. 120 ; %t;^^r- offer a lesson; 2^; q^q^^ Ms. 4.
desire.)-4 Eesidence, abode; r f ^ ^ - ^rC^ &C. ; 'c^TJrfiir^f^rrfVf'f^f Kn. 102, see ^x^qiq also.-3 A lesson,
^rf^rm^ Pt. 1. ; so \ ^ ; a place, 5. 16 muttering holy prayers, en- lecture ; BT^^f^^ftJT^ B T ^ ^ ^ J P. H I .
locality , town; ^ff^ff^fff^f^frff 17- gaged in repeating sacred texts. 3. 122; so ^^;sff?rr>S^^rfo^:.-4: A
^^rxx K. 106 ; ^Rjfr^^f-^r^ iu a BT\^3fr?r: pres. p. A student, one chapter, a large division of a work,
certain place. - 5 Authority, power, who goes over the Vedas. such as of the Eamayaija, Mahabha-
power of control , presiding over ; BT^^f^: [f-;ff%Bf^] 1 Learning, rata, Manu Smiriti, Panini^s Sutras
^^r^TSff^ H. 3. 90 loss of position, study; remembrance.-2 = 3f^ifpf,q.v. &c. The following are some of the
dismissal from a post (of authority); BT^;!|^ [ f - F j ^ ] Learning, study, names used by Sanskrit writers to
'^nr^'^E^^'W ^I'prf^JTqncr^^; Eam.; reading ( especially the Vedas ); one denote chapters or divisions of
m^ ^x^xix^x ^cq-: ;^fr^%?rr^f%f^: of the six duties of a Brahmaria. works :m\ qA: ^ - N t ^ ^ r f F ^ ^ ^ F ^ -
m^ rf?Tr ^Tr^fffnJFr^rrs^t Gauda- The study of the Vedas is allowed ^fT^ I ^ f f ^ : qi^qA^ q^^: q^\:^TX\q.
pada; Jfff^^f fTrfrw ^rc^m^ST^ffa: K. to the first 3 classes, but not to a A I ^ # qqxX^ ^q q^^WX^lV^^r^ ^\
346 appeal or reference to truth. ^hx
yS^iidra Ms. 1.88-91. Bf^^F^^f =q- Bf^^- J ^x\^^ mq^: q(Wnq^ \\
- 6 Government, dominion. - 7 A q\q;qxz fRf \^q^'>, ^^F^^^fqpFfrf ^F- ^T^^ff^f^; ^. [f-F%'^] studying.
wheel ( of a car &c. ) - 8 A prece- TF^^-; the latter view is obviously ^^'^Hm.,-'^r / . A student, learner.
dent, prescribed rule. - 9 A bene- correct; cf. q*^ ^ff^f^T^F^ ^ rf^q" H ^ ^ ^ ^ K : [ f - ^ ^q^?FfiiFc^ ]
diction. -Comp. - ^ ^ A body ^fTrS- I Fj5f5CrF^f?^t^pT^r^%^^rrTr^B- II = BTrbf^rrrq. v.; ^^Tf^ ^wr^f^ff^frirr;^.
which forms the medium between or better still, Yaska's Kirukta: ^ * ^ K u . 2. 18; Ms. 11.64.
the subtle and the gross body. ^?fF^q HF^fFT: F^K^^F^q- At ^ I%^F-
^^T^T a. [ Bff^-i^ p . Y. 4. 7.
^ f ^ f % r ^*^^^^. [F%?7^F^fr?3T] Con- ^Fl^%^t I ^ % f^ (sf^^f^^) ^T^rT ^lA^t ^q qq q^] Subject to, sub-
cerning a woman or wife. ^ [ Bf- ^T^^T^l^ "^^XS^AYA W^f^frfqi'^^F II See servient, dependent o n ; usually in
(qqxi W7 ] A superior or distinguish- also under Bf?ffTF.
ed woman. BT^^fT^: [ ^Pf-f-f^^-^f ^ ] A comp.; ^^jqx STTTf; ^ f f ^ f f c ^ ^ f :
teacher, preceptor, instructor; es- M. 3. 14 J ^q^J^ m^qi^i W^ Ku.
^ f ^ ^ ind. l^rqqX'. :^q^{ ^q[ q-
pecially of the Vedas; ^^ff^iT'^ ,^^- 4. 10; f ^ ^ r ^ 5 ^ . S ^ X^q^xqj X^
^FTFTF^F ] More quickly Si. 17. 50.
2f professor or teacher of grammar, m^^^i E. 1. 7 2 : %^ R^%TH^f>ifr-
^'Sfr [ Bff^-f ] 2 A. 1 To study, logic &c.; ^ ^ ^ a hired teacher, qj ^ffrf: Dk. 7 consigned to your care.
learn ( by heart), read; ( with abl. mercenary teacher; "^x^: ^^sft;?q"=^BTPr^, q. V.
styled a
of person ) learn from ; ^^T^^IPTf- professor. According to Vishnu- ^ ^ K . l ^ o t b o l d , t i m i d . - 2 Con-
f^r^Sk.; ^r^^lsr^fr^Bk.i. 2.-2(P.) Smriti an adhydpaha is of 2 kinds: fused, lacking self-command, exci-
{a) To remember, think of, long or he is either an A chary a i. e. one ted, excitable. - 3 Pitful, capricious.
care for, mind, ( with regret ) with who invests a boy with the sacred - 4 Unsteady, not fixed, tremulous,'
gen.;5CrFf^^frf^f ^^^%f^^ ^^JTT: thread and initiates him into the rolling; '^ f^$%ffiTr^cfr^^ Ku. 1.
Bk. 8. 119; 18. 38 ; i f W t R f f ^ - Vedas, or he is an JJpddhydya i. e. 46; # ^ : ^ i . 1. 53; 6. 25.^-6 Queru-
^l^^f^^r^Nf%: Ki. 11. 74 thinks one who teaches for livelihood(gTq^) lous, foolish, weak-minded. q-
of me only. (6) To know or learn by See Ms. 2. 140-141 and t h e ' t w o 1 Lightning.-2 A capricious or quar-
heart, study, learn; TTC^fvfffl ^;cft- words. relsome mistress ; see under ?fFf^^
^cff^ Mb. {c) To teach, declare, {d) BT^^^PT^ [ %-fA% 5ff>-g[^] Teach-
To notice, observe, understand, {e) ing, instructing, lecturing,especially A long coat or mantle covering the
To meet with, obtain; t ^ ^ ^ ^ J f ? ? ^ - on sacred knowledge; one of the whole person ( . ^ ? ^ F ^ F ^ ^ qx^t )^
52
S T ^ ^ * [ ^ ^ ' f^- ] Lord, su- 1 A superintendent, president, head, ^ ^ i f c f ^ ' 4 P. 1 To determine,
preme lord or master, sovereign ruler; lord, master, controller, ruler ; Jf^f- resolve ; ^^f^^pff"J^^ ^=^HTiA ^>^-
>S^^#T 5 r ^ : g ^ ^P^Cr^t Bg. 9.10; qf^ t t ^ U. 1 ; BT|t?^ T^*f^^^f^-
^T^^^'T ^r^TrTf W'SWmq^r^^^^Ku. rf K. 171 ; fe?f^^5^^|% jr^i V e . l ;
^ ^ ' r 5 ^ ^ * [ ^f^^' t ^ ^ ' ] 1 A su-
6. 17; oft. in comp.;3T^,%?ff, ^fJT% ^%>3rfg?T^^ErTO^r ^ Pf^ Si. 9.76; re-
preme lord or an employer. - 2 An.
%XX . - 2 An eye-witness ( Ved. ). solve or mean to do.-2 To attempt,
Arhat ( among Jainas ).
- 3 N. of a plant ( ^Flt^r ) Mimu- exert, undertake; iff ^ff^ BT^^f^^^:
^ ^ S ct' [3tf^- f5F^FF?-=fF] Hon- sops Kauki. Dk. 1 2 3 ; pfrf j s ^ ^ i f ^ ^ ^ H. 1.-3
orary, solicited.S": [ ^[%-TF1 Hon- ^ ^ ? T ^ ^ ind. On the subject of To grapple with.-4 To conceive, ap-
orary office or duty; one of the oases syllables; above all syllables. t The prehend, think; BTcfff^ c f f f ^ ^ ^ ^ W
in which fc5r:^orthe Potential may be mystic syllable B ^ . Dk. 86.
used; P . I I I . 3. 161 ( ^^^t =-W^\X' BT^^^^r^t [ ^'^-^3'5 ] 1 Effort, de-
^ ^ R T ^nd. [ Bf^r 3 f f t ^ [ ^ ^ ]
qjf^ oqpTFr- Sk.).
Over, by or near the nuptial fire. termination &c. See Bfi.q^Fq.~2 (In
^T^rTT ind. [ Bff^iT?f. ^ & ; ^^^' -71. (f?f) One of the six kinds of ^ - Ehet.) Identification of two things
f^^'^^ W ^ F ^ F t ^ F ' ^ : ^\^ ^fg-^- qq { woman's property ) mentioned (^TfTrf and Bfq^rf) in such a manner
qrqqi ^^Frf P. V. 3. H Sk. ] Now, in Ms. 9.194; a gift made to a wom- that the one is completely absorbed
at this time ; Jm^ffff^^^ ft't'^^F an at the time of marriage : ft^Ff^F^ into the other ; PfTfj^l^^fq^r^f g Jf-
Ku. 4. 12. fTrf^^ qr^f ^fg;^K.P.10;onsuch iden-
qr^qr^qWlTlt^f|%^ I rf^^qflFf rf ^ -
^^JTfrfiT ct. { ?fr/) [Bfy^F ^^F^ 2f- f^: WX^A ^ t ^ f c f ^ 11 So BT^irf?rff^-BT- tification is founded the figure called
rJ 5?=5r ] Belonging to the present ^^^cfrifrf; fqrfTfrcTqfrfvrF^^^^^-qjfTriT- Bfi%^f^,andtherrgTJfr called^r^qq^F-
times, modern. q\. See K. P . 2.
rf^ I BfFF^'^^^f ^q tqA TFt^frFrf^. ^^^f^'^ff^: 1 An attempt, effort,
^ ^ ct. [ ^ffi^rfy^tf^rfF^F^ ^ WXl ^ ^ ? r a [ Bff^-Bi^-Flrq; ] 1 Tend- exertion ; ff ^E^^Tc^^f^^^spflrCl': ^Ff-
E"ot laden, free from the burden of ing upwards; superior, eminent. ^2
^TRf r ^ W ^ R f ^ g ^ f f H.I. V.L; "^f'^.
cares &c. vji f ?f. rf. ] Absence of One who obtains or acquires.
^ ^fff%S Dk. 161. - 2 Deter-
burden or cares.
^ \ i 4 ^ l [ ^TPr^^F^t^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * mination, resolution; mental effort
^T^flf^t [ ^* ^ ] ^Smokeless', ^ ] !N". of two plants(Bf3f^F)Carpo- or apprehension; ^ f q * f ^q B^ftrf-
burning or blazing fire. pogon Pruriens, and ^ r q i W ^ Ela- c ^ ^ f ^ ^ r ^ ; P . VI. 2. 2 1 . - 3 Per-
B T ^ ^ a. Not held or controlled &c. courtia Cataphracta. severance, diligence, energy, con-
rf: One of the 1000 names of stancy ; r f c ^ ^ q t ^ 'Tfrfpf^^f^-
^^a^lf^ ind. On high (ace); fvj
V i s h n u (AAqx ^xx^xxx^xx AxqxtA ^ ^ : fffcR' Sk. ^ff^: U. 4 absence of energy or
'E^^l'di^rf: ^^^^^ ) resolution, drooping of spirits ;
^^S^^tft [ 3Tf^: Bff^Cf: ] ( w i t h q'lf^^qq^Fq: as the reading,
^ ^ f ^ : / . 1 Want of firmness or Excessive abuse or censure, gross
the meaning would be ' why this ef-
control, looseness. - 2 Incontinence. abuse ;Y. 3. 228.
fort on your part i. e. to determine
- 3 Unhappiness. STV-q-vfTrT a. [ Bfff^F^q^ Bfvfr^f: ] whether you should go or not, he-
^i^^Tg a. 1 JSTot bold, modest, shy. Completely subject or dependent, as sitation'. ).
^2 Invincible, irresistible ; unhurt; a slave; ?rr^^Wf;fr ^ T^^X T ^X^^ lA- BT^^^^dlRll^ ct. [ At'fiXxA] Attempt-
|rffW ^ ^ f r >S^r: Ev. 6. 50. 4. ^ ^ ^ I Ms. 8. 66 { Kull. Bfrq-rfq^c- ing; resolute, persevering, energetic.
^ g x ^ a. 1 Invincible, unassail- AA{ qA^'). BT^^^^rf p. p. Attempted, ment-
able; TfJf^c^f^s^t Ku. 3.51 unassail- ST^q^jBT^i^f^^ &c. See u n d e r B T ^ . ally apprehended, determined.
able even in thought; unapproach- ^ V ^ ^ a. [BfF^Tft q ^ ] Having ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ [ ^fA ^^R ^X^^A ]
able ( o p p . BfpTrfJ:q); BT^^^f^ff'^l'- an additional half; q^ff^foftf^^f^^S": Beating again what is being thresh-
q ^ ^ ^ f f f r ^ r ' ^ ^ r ^ : E . i . 16. - 2 3^r>S^^^ rf^r>S3^: Ms. 9.117 ; ^rfff- ed and peeled ( ijqfsr^rf^ ftg^F^n:%Pf
Modest, shy. - 3 Proud. ^^^Hf^rif Mb., i. e. 150; "^f^rq'^rff^ 5^^Wrf:).^
^ ^ 1 ^ : [ 5T. rf. ] A cow not yield- P t . 2. 18. ( I n comp. with a follow- ^^i'M^M [ sfF^qfq^H' ] Excessive
ing milk. ing noun ) Amounting to or worth eating, eating again before the last
^%^ ct' l^' ^^ ] Without self- one and a half; *TEf amounting to meal is digested; ^fflff?^ 3 ^ ^ ^
possession, courage &c., swayed by one and a half Kamsa ; so W%^T^, rf^^^Ttt'^^'Mri Su^r.
excitement.^ Absence of courage, ^ q ^ - F ^ , <^?ffqf, q^q, -qX^, ""mA^, ^ ^ ^ r f t ^ n- [ B f f ^ ^ q f ^ ] A
firmness or control; excitability. oqiUJX, ^'A^] ^Frf-^, ''^-W-rfTfF^ bone growing over another.
^^q'CT 4 P. 1 To place upon a-
V . l . 28-35.). - ^ : Wind ( q^^5?r nother , add or append to. - 2 ( In
under Bf^.
^ 5ETt Bf^XTFi-^Frr Bff^r^Tf^^qa; A^ ^-q^- Phil.) To attribute or ascribe falsely,
^sr^^ ct' [ sff^mcf'. 3f^ t^A sq^- q^^: ff?f F'^^frf^ Bri. Up.). attribute the nature of one thing
fpf gf] 1 Perceptible to the senses, vi-
^ ^ ^ ^ [ BfPrqf or BTf^sfF^ BTf^ ] to another ; ; ^ f% 5^'f>S^f^?T^ fA-
sible; l f i > ^ ^ pr^aTf?$f^^ ^^rnc^-
A tumour, goitre; q ^ F q ? > S ' ^ ^ 5 ^-
f^: Bv.4. 17. - 2 One who exercises ^^PE^^ S. B.
supervision, presiding over. ^ ;
^T^^^n^ 53 ^11
settle upon ; occupy, dwell in ( as a
ar^^cf P' p. [ ^ - ^ ] 1 Elaced ^ ^ q i q ^ - q ^ , BT^^r^ See under seat or habitation ) ; seat oneself in
upon or over. - 2 Attributed,wrong- BTvJf. or upon, enter upon, get into ( as a
ly ascribed or supposed; as ^rfTf ^ ^ q T C f 1 p . l To ascend, mount; path &c. ) ( with ace. of place ) ;
f ^ ^ f fl^r^'T^^fn^xfl^':^'^^^^^* ^ftrTrf^H^^^n^^mrf^^ q^f^^^fr K. 28-,
BT^^^f^: [ Bf;^-^f^ ] 1 Palse attri- 16.^28; (fig.) to gain ascendancy
bution, wrong supposition (F'q^qFW^? over, domineer or lord it over ; f^%q"
36,40; q^frJfq^^^^E. 1.95 ^f^rff^f-
^Tf^wT^^rf^H wx^: V. 5; fT^^f^^r-
fq^^^rpT^^fRtfRT K. I 0 5 ; f ^ f ^ - ^% Dk. 3 is waiting at the door; E . 2.
qr^ q;i^S"F^Wf- ; for fnll explanation ^s^^r^^r^snF w|<rr^q^^iff??rTffffr ^ -
17;4. 74; 6. 10; 12. 85', 13.22,76;
see S' B. 8-22 and Bf-^qfTF^" also.-2 A ?r -^ri^?! Dk. 154. Caw5.[-frf^tj
15. 93; Me. 76 ; Bk. 1.5^ Ms. 7.77;
An appendage.-3 Putting down 1 To cause to ascend, mount or
3 ^ f^ff^T^^^n^ W^x Mu. 3 ; H^-
upon; q r ^ ^ f ^ "m fJT: Y. 2. 217. sit in.-2 (-n^qfrf) {a) To place one q ^ ^ Jfff^'TcFrqqTft^fff^rf^ M. l oc-
^ ^ ^ T W T , IU. 1 To fix upon, to in, entrust or appoint to; to cause,
cupy the seat of judge, accept the
occupy. - 2 To attack. produce, bring about; ^ H T I ^ ^ T ^ ofiice of judge, (b) To take posses-
BT^^ff^FTfrf Ch. Taken possession of, ^^AIriR^^ifq*i^r K 148; ^f^^ff sion of, grasp, seize ; ^f;^ ^fq^^lT^-
occupied; rfr^^ffrfT55Tr S^ 2. 14. tgtq^^fffrqiff^ 202. (&) To attri- rf^RTrf^^r E. 2. 52 with eyes tre-
^WTcTT Cl. [ BfFr^Jf: 5Efq^, BfFc^F^ bute falsely; fr^PTf^ ^ ^ q ^ J f ^ ^ d - mulous on account of her being seized
^Tl^frf ^ ] Belonging to self or q^f^: K. 108 (falsely) represent- by him (BT^qFF^rf = BfFqfTfat).(c) To re-
person ; concerning an individual. ing even vices as virtues, (c) To sort to, inhabit; ^f^^fff^^HfR^-
^ ind. [BfFcHF^qf^cq] Concerning overdo, exaggerate. ^ ^ r ^ ^^m E U . 6. 56.-2 To live
self.^ The supreme spirit ( mani- BT^'^r^S p. P' 1 Mounted, ascend- in conjugal relation cohabit with.
fested as the individual self) or ed.-2 Eaised above, elevated.-3 A- - 3 To be directed or fixed upon.-4
the relation between the supreme bove, superior to, more than ( with To rule, govern, influence; affect,
and the individual soul; BT^C ^^ instr.); below, inferior rf^>S^AlF^<if- concern (mostly Ved. ). Gaus. To
^xk ^f^Tr^>s^^Tr^*Tg^^ Bg. 8. 3 Tf qiH^^^f^N^'IH Mu. 5. 12 of cause one to sit down upon; ^qrfT-
(^q^|q ^:^F^ ^q^f rfqF ^ q ^ ^ ^ ^ ^F% those in high ofiice ; BTfOTqf^^ ^f- ^^iff^f^^r^ Bk. 2. 46.
-^q 5Ef ^ BffFTTF^ ^fqi^f?q ^r^?^^ q ^ ^ r ^ i t 5^frf U. 6 my insolence BT^^f^qf 1 Sitting down upon, oc-
qc|qF%^^-qF^=^TO5^%^rf /S'ridhara ) went the length of taking up arms. cupying, presiding over. - 2 A seat,
* Brahma is the supreme, the inde- BT^'Zff^: 1 Eaising, elevating &c. place.
structible ; its manifestation ( as an - 2 ( I n Vedanta phil.) Act of attri- ^ ^ ^ ? 3 " ; See under Bf't.q^.
individual self) is Bf^^qfrq-'-Telang's buting falsely or through mistake; er-
Bhagavadgita ; ^^rp^f 3.30.-omi), roneously attributing the properties ^ S ^ T I T ^ ^ - ? ^ 1 Supplying an
j^fff-fq^r knowledge of the su- of one thing to another; considering ellipsis (BfrqrNjFftq^fq^J^qjq ). - 2
preme spirit or Bffrq"qr, theosophical through mistake a rope (which is not Arguing ; inferring ; new supposi-
or metaphysical knowledge ( t h e really a serpent)to be a serpent,or con- tion; inference or conjecture.
doctrines taught by the Upani- sidering Brahma ( which is not real- ^ O T ^ a. (Ety*?) Coiled up three
shads &c.);^^7 ft^q^q^frf^^r^if- ly the material world ) to be the and a halftimes;qr?^: a snake form-
fq^ZffM. 1.14;fq^rfq^r?rf ^x^^ material world; B f ^ ^ ^ r ^ ^^- ing a ring coiled up three and a half
JT^iHr^gBg.io. 32 (3f-.qrfTf^^ ^qrq- nqqtT^ ^r^nr?^ ^^^fq^qffFqq^^;, q^^^ times; BTqfcif ^qf ^m^gnEfTf^JT^^^-
I^F^qrq^ ^fF'^^rlq-, ^NqFi^q^ ^f- Bfq;^?qF^ql ^^-^uq: Ve'dantasara.-3 Er- "m ^'Tf^qnt fr^f A. L. lo.
I^Fq^rtq- -^{^qx ^q^qFftqF^qFF'?:qrF; roneous knowledge. ^ ^ ? * t ^PiTqt^<qFfqr>q] A
t ^ F t q t 5 ^ H F F ' ^ ^ ^ ffrf %^- ; ^A^ BT^^dq^ 1 Eaising &c.; BT^frq7 K. carriage drawn or borne by camels.
' ^ ^ ^fFc^riT^^M^MrcffTf^F ^^-qF^- 222, 108.-2 Sowing (seed). ^ W S * ct. [Bffq^qF'r3j^--]l Eaised,
ft^F^^. ). ??r-f^f Cl. [ Bf-^qfrq' BT^^ffffqrf P'P- Palsely attributed exalted, elevated, hanging over. - 2
T^qfrf qirf q{ ] one proficient in this or supposed;hyperbolical. Abundant, increased, copious. - 3
knowledge; ?ffPf^iTr^MN^ch!%f^f^r- ^^S^T^T^: [^F^-^-^-^:^] 1 Act Eich, affluent. ^: ^iva. ^ A
'=fr?^57rg^ Ms. 6. 82. - ^ t ^ : [ Bff- of sowing or scattering ( seed &c.). wife whose husband has married
rqj^ ^qif^fy"^!^ q'F^: ] concentration ^2 [ BfFHF't ^ ] A field wherein another wife and thus superseded her
of the mind on the J^tman drawing it seed &c. is sown. (=Bf[^l1rwq. V. ).
off from all objects of sense. ^ ^ a.
^VTJ^Vlft [Bffqqr^rqt q ^ t Bfq^
\_Xi.'q.] one who delights in the
^qfrf^fq^q", rf^q^F^ W^A', r 5 ^ ^ Z^ ] -Miqjq ] 1 A cow with full and fat
contemplation of the supreme spirit;
One of the six kinds of ^x^q or udders. - 2 The vessel ( i n the body)
Ms. 6. 49. ^^ff^ftif I^, of a Eama-
woman's property, the property above the udder or above the scro-
yana which treats of the relation
which she receives when leaving tum ; perhaps urethra ( ^ ).
between the supreme and the indivi-
her father's house for her husband's; ^OTg^ 1 U. 1 To overlay, place
dual soul, while it narrates Eama's
story. qr=r gq&^f^ q j ^ q t ^ q r ^ j ^S^RX^^ {^WO I on or upon, - 2 To raise above.
^T^^JTqfr a. (qff/.) Eelating to 3T^-qFqF^'^ ^rq ^fhfq qr^qftfrFq^f;,' ii. B:?^^!^ Putting of a layer (of
Bf^qfcq-. ^ ^ ^ ^ 2 A. 1 {a) To lie down, ashes &c. ),
^tt^ 54 ^R^
^^q\A' ^xw ff^ qqfqqr^q^F: I - 3 ed for a sacrifice.^^ofJ"2;[|' ^q^ q.]
Causing one to do a thing, especially Time ( Kala ), time personified, consecration connected with an
a preceptor &c, as an honorific duty. ( being the eater of all ).-4 Air ; Adhvara; so ^Sff^qf^gf^; an expiation
rr [ ^fA^X q q ^ qi^qr ] Solicita- sky, atmosphere. - 5 Place. - 6 &c. HfqRfT [ ^. q. ] IsT. of Jaimi-
tion, entreaty. Means , resource;method.-? Attack ni's Purvamimansa. ^ : [ q. q*]
^rfW ^' [ ^-^-f^ ] ^ o t restrain- ( ^F^rqijudf'^ ) ^ - ^ ^ is changed to glory of the Adhvara. ^fqgr^^:
ed, irresistible. -Coilip. "S-TT a, Bf^q after prepositions; qf-^J? W^qt 71. N. of an aggregate of libations
&c. - Comp. BT^; [ Bf^^qfqqrfF'^, connected with a sacrifice.
[^Vf-q^-f-^=q; ^^^FWF^F] of irresist-
ible motion or course ( Bf^qqqq )^ Bfcj-f ] 1. a traveller. 2. an in- BT^^ff^frf, BT^q^fcf Den. P. To de-
telligent person. Brf^q":,-!^: [ ^' sire to have a sacrifice performed;
impetuousj^qf^firrqr ^ f l T ^ f f f N f ^
q. ] an officer in charge of the or to perform one.
BTi^FrrEv.8. 22.11(-2":)K of a heav-
public roads. BT^q [ Bf^^q^^^q] jour- ^ W f : [^-^^^^W ]Srir.;Bfiq^-qq^
enly killer of sacrificial victims, or
ney, travel. Tf;l. one who travels; -^^ rf?F^rq|chKt^q: Tv. ] 1 Any offic-
the name of the formula itself end-
ing with an invocation of Agni. a traveller, way-farer; ^^fq^Ffrf^*- iating priest, technically distin-
W a, [ Bffif sfqiffq-, 5f5-:5- ]making '5^p5fr^f^^r^r^^'f Eu. 6.46 ("qf- guished from fF?J, ^ ^ and wx^q. His
irresistible. ^^qfrVcfff the betel- Pxq^). 2. a camel. 3. a mule. 4. the duty was " t o measure the ground,
nut plant. sun; ^ ^ t ' ^ : ^ ' of a tree, Spondias huild the altar, prepare sacrificial
^f^r^ffFT ct. 1 I^Tot held, not to be Mangifera ( BfFqFcfqrpr ) Bf^q^t Bf^^q- vessels, to fetch wood and water,
got hold of; not forthcoming. - 2 rJ^qq^pqFq; Al^q-, {-'^) the Ganges. light the fire, bring the animal and
i^ot surviving, dead. iT^^.L^-qFq Tf^F'^jT^ilrq; p . V I . immolate it," and while doing this
^ ^ ^ a. 1 Uncertain, doubtful.-2 4. 4 0 ] a traveller. Tfc^rf;-^cf^: to repeat the Yajurveda; ^ f qq^t ^ -
Unsteady, moving, not fixed or [ q. q. ] measure of length applica- ^frf qq^'-qf: qOTfqf^ Sk. See BfE^qfqr
permanent ; ^qfTf>s^ P . I I I . 4. 5 4 ; ble to roads ; ^^^fSRTr^r^qTfrfotq; Vart. also.-2 The Yajurveda itself.pL
separable ( which can be severed or ^ [ W-m ^qpqq; ^q;-^ ] A plant Adherents of that Veda. - C o m p .
detached without fatal or disastrous (^q'^^For ^ j ^ ) . q f ^ : 1, the sun %q: Yajurveda.
effects) ( ^ q F'^qf q sfiqq #4,*fq- S k . ) (\^^ ^!A^xx^x q^qFqr n^F ^ qqArAA- ^ ^ ^ ^ q ; ct. [-^qq; qf^ fqxW q, q.]
^ An uncertainty ; ^f ^qiPf ^ - ^x^^^Ax^ ^"-qqfr^Fq or Bf-^qq: Bfrqq^- Imperishable ; bright" ( 1 ) .
^^T^^ ^ i ^ l F T m q r f I gqn% XXX^ ^ qfq: ). 2. inspector of the road. ^ ^ M " [^* Wj Twilight, gloom,
^"^XA ^ q q ^ q ' ' ^ ; cf. the English - W : [ ^-q^ Ftq-: ^AxAx x^' ^iqx. q.] slight darkness, shade. ^: [ q. q. ]
phrase <A bird in the hand is worth l.a travelling coach.2.[Bf^%q ^%q^q] End of the journey.-Comp. ^f^:
two in the bush.' a messenger skilled in travelling [3f--qFq^q q-f^fWtqjqF: ^qq ^q Tv. ]
^ j ^ q - ; Quinsy; a kind of disease ( q(^ ^fF ^' ) . ^tfF^: [ Bf^-q['^^f^- A plant ( ^qrqr ) Cassia Pistula or
attended with fever arising from the I'qq 3fF^q^qlfq i frqF-Bf=gr Tv. ] IvT. of a Bignonia Indica (blossoming in
affection of blood; ^tF^"* ^^^t^qt^'s^F- tree ( Bfqfq-pt ). ( Bf^-qqFqf qF^:qW^ shade ).
fqqrF^F rq^F^q^ Ais^^x ^ ^ ^ ^ F ^ : Su^r. ^^qlqqq^q^qFq; qqf?q ). ^ ^ 2 P . [BTrqf?f, BfFq-;fr-H:,BfFq, Bff^j,
^ q ^ f ^ , BT^q-s^ a. [ Bf^^qF^ Bfrf BTF^q ] 1 To breathe ; arrqtqqTrf ^ -
^ \ S ^ ^ 7n. [ Bff^ q^; ^^-^pJ'T
q^^fq ; Bf^^q^-?^-qq; qF ; BTi.qqf q^iff ^ ^ r f t * Ev. 10. 129. 2.'~2To move,
^ F ^ * Un. 4. 115 ; perhaps from BfH
P. V. 2. 16 ] Able to undertake a go about, live ^ r ^qr^^^fr^ ^f%^
also] 1 ( a ) A way, road ; pas-
journey, speedingona journey ;f^ir STrqffnO'^r?fqr q ^rqr^Taitt. U p ; - 3
sage, orbit ( of planets &c. ) ;
gxFrr^qf^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l ^ r f Me. 54. ( 6)
rfrrr>s^^5^H^^'2frCr Bk. 2. 44.q- To gasp, pant with thirst ( Ved ).
Distance, space (traversed or to be ^:A traveller going fast, way-farer. Gaus. Bfrq^j desid. Bfi%'^q(t. - ( 4
traversed ) ; q^q^f^^f^fqrqf^fq^qf^f A.) To live.
^ ^ S ^ R : a. [ q ^-q^frf f f ^ f q qqf^
^fiffff K. 119, 120; f^T^fc^qm* '^f "-f- ^ % ^. q . ; -qrFqff^Fqrqt q^qXAA- Bfq; m. [ flrq ] The soul; fq:^ ^^
^S^Xf^X 207;Dk.l3; BTfqr^fqcfq^qr^ A( xAm?X' Bff|^:IS[ir.] 1 E'ot crooked,^ r Ev. 4. 30. 3.
5 5 ^ q- 5^fqq: E. 1. 4 7 ; ^wr^ff^qf not broken, uninterrupted ; ^ ^f j ^ - WX- i^^-^%] Breath, respiration;
Me. 4 5 ; ^ f t ^ q q T ^ : ^ ^ ^ ^ f ^ &c. n q ^ f f ^ ^ 5T: YV. 27. 17 (Bf^qt^Bfqr-
( c ) Journey, travel, course, X^ " ^ ^ 1 " ^ ). - 2 Intent, attentive. q\^ ff?f Bri. Up. [ cf. L. animus,
march; q^sff: ^Tqtfrff^qf^f Ms. 4. 60 - 3 Durable, sound. ^: [ Bf^^qFq ^- Gr. anemos ].
undertake a journey; BT^q^ flf^ fq- ?q^ XXXA ^ ^ t TTrTFtq, XX-^ ] A sacri- ^H5t [ ^ ^ ^ ] Act of breathing,
5qS%nT^; E. 11. 57 after three fice, a religious ceremony- also living &c.
marches; q^^Rf: f^r5T^q^ K i 11. 2 a Soma sacrifice; ^ ^ q ^ f q ^ R f ^ ^ r R T <^- l^' ^ . ] 1 N'ot entitled to
way-worn; U. 1. 34 j Me. 17, 38; E. 5. 1. <:-< 1 Sky or air (Bffqq- a share in the inheritance; ^^ |fr^-
^^ ^4qf^^V^%qr^\^r^^: ^ ) . - 2 The second of the 8 Vasus. qRf^ ^f^^q^f^^ q^^ \ ^ ^ T i ^ ^ ^ -
Su^r. - 2 A recension of the Vedas - C o m p . ^ f c ^ an optional sacri- ^r^ % ^ % N f ^ R f ^ r ; ii Ms.9.201.
and the school upholding it ( W- fice ( qTFRF^ ). qFTT^ [ ^. rf. ] part of Other persons are also mentioned
^;^fqq^); qqrF%?q'=-qq^^?[^q%F%:| the ^qqq-^ir<q which treats of sac- by Devala, Baudhayana, Katyayana
^f^rr-^F wAA^x ^fcqrwr-^*ll ^-^f rifices, Tf [ Bf^-qt n ^ ^ ] intend- and Narada. ^2 Without parts, un-
^R^^tH^^T 55 ^?N^
divided, portionless; an epithet hurt ; ^^^qfqq^fqf^^q Dk. 108; ^ - preme spirit ( q r ^ ^ ), Vishi^vi or
of the sky or the Supreme Being. f^5:?^flrfr*f^^ 55r^f^: E. 5. 7 ; ^^' Narayana.
^ r BT^fqrr^fqr fqf% >S.4 safely de- ^S^^^^ni; [ Bfq: ^^t qffq ](Bfq--
'qqT^^q^fc!;^^ W r r O The plantain livered or brought to bed; 5f^: E. frq, f FfF,f|[^ &c.)l Anox, bull.-2
tree. 14. 75. -4 Without grief or sorrow; The sign Taurus. ff or BTq-|T^ A
^Irf^ ct' Mean, base; See BfoT^. ^^rrgqq^fWS" E. lO. 19.-5 Pree from cow. -Comp. - N l T [ ^ ^ f It ^%^
dirt, impuritie^s &c., pure, spotless; ^mPf q^qF: ^F ] a plant ( q t t ^ F ) (^"
ST?r^ a. [q^^(fqsqTtff?fF^qqfq-
E. 13. 65', 10. SO; .S^i. 3, 31. - ^ : 1 ^ q ^ O f a. [ ^ . ^ . ] a giver
fl^,Bfct^-f|^q;q. TX'] Without sight,
White mustard.-2 IST. of Vishnu; B^q^- of oxen.
blind. qf fq"5ri5fr %rff; also of /S^iva and of ^^^SR" Cl. Having oxen.
^ * T ^ a. 1 Without an axle-tree. several other persons, a Gandharva,
BTq^^: -N". of a sage.
^2 Sightless, blind. Sadhya &c.
^T^T^ [ ^. rf. ] j Not small or
S R I T ^ a. [ B t f ^ Bfq^t] 1 Un- minute or fine, coarse, or: Coarse
^T5T5^^flTr^*'^^^. [n. rX'] ISTot governable, unruly. - 2 Taking li- grain, peas &c.
causelessly, not suddenly or ac- cense (as a poet).
STrffcf ind. JSTot very much; com-
cidentally. ST^Tf (^.[q.q-.]! Bodiless,without pounds beginning with Bfqf^ may be
^ T ^ r ^ ct' [q. q-. ] 1 Unable to a body; formless, incorporeal; x^x^-
analysed by referring to Bff^; e. g. BT-
speak, mute,' dumb, unlettered ; '^'' ^f^^T^mr ^ : E u . 4. 9.-2 Differ-
qfrf^RTf: moderation; BTq'f^^rqoff^not
^ R ^ T ^ ^ ^ ^ T ^ : Eb. 2. 56. - 2 Un- ent from the body.-3 Without a
to be transgressed, inviolable; Bfqfqf-
fit to be uttered. ( [ BfSf^cfF==q53'- supplement or auxiliary. i]-; Cupid
^ o p a q u e ; Brq^^rf unsurpassed, real
^FF*^ ^^ ] Abusive language, foul (the bodiless one; so called from
true,proper; B^qf^^^ff^^ invulnerable;
or abusive words, censure, ^adv. his having been reduced to ashes by
BTqc^Tffrf sense of diminutive wordsi
Without the use of words, not ex- /S'iva with the fire of his third eye,
BTq^^f^ imperishable,undecaying &c.
pressed by words, mutely, dumbly; when he tried to seduce the God's
^rq'fri^^^q" not to be asked to excess^
- i: qsf^^ K. 219, 143 ; olfi^ff^f | q mind towards Parvati for the birth
^rqf^Nt^Mdr absence of delay; flu-
E. 14. 26. of a deliverer of the gods from ency as a speaker's qualification, one
^T^rri% n. [Bfq^q Bff^] A bad eye, Taraka). Tf 1 Sky, air, ether. - 2 of the 35 Vaggunas, q. v.
weak eye. The mind ( BffqrF^^q F'^TqqqFqr^^^-
^T^T ^nd. {^q.q. ] Ved. ISTot
^T^TfT^ a. [q. q*.] Houseless. ^: ql^F^^qq* ^=q^q ^fjWFqq q^eq^rqi- truly or clearly, not certainly or
A vagrant ascetic. rq).-Comp.5^f Sji-'^?:, L amorous definitely.-Comp. .J^nq: not a true
^T^TTft^ The houseless state of sports. 2,^. of a metre of two lines, man; one who is not of use, either to
a vagrant ascetic. the first with 16 long, and second gods, men or the manes.
^ r f f j r [ ^. ^* ] 1 ISTon-fire, sub- with 32 short, syllables. q a, [ ^q. ST^ra": [ q ^ ^ : q^q: sfqr^i^c^ q ^ ]
5Ef. ] inspiring love ; " qrf^^q- g^fr?^
stance other than fire; q^Fq^F^nf fq- White mustard.
K. 220 ( also without Angada );
q^%q ^ ^ q I BfqrrFitq ^s%qt q^ q^^^rfq ^ ^ ^ d V H ci.(^f.)\q.q. ]Noi per-
qrffFq^ Nir.~2 Absence of fire. a. 1
5rrfr^q'5T^^^w>r^ % ^ ^ ^ Bhar.
Ch. -fff?fr N.of the 83rd chapter of taining to this or the current day ;
ITot requiring fire, dispensing with
a term used by Panini to denote
fire, without the use of fire; fqq& fq- ^^sqfTrrjTF'^; qqT^^fFqq? see under
qq. ^ ^ - ( q^qcS^*) a love letter; the sense of the Imperfect or the
f^jfi^ qrl^qf ^f^ff^: w^qqr?f^i^f^<
^!OT%^rq%# ( " m A ) Ku. i. 7. Periphrastic future P. I I I . 2. I l l ,
E.8.25;said of a sacrifice also(Bff^-
t^: IST. of an erotic work de- III. 3. 15; '^^^ rTf-Bfq^q; . ^ q^pj^.
q^flqf q ^ 0 ' - 2 Not maintaining the
scribing the several postures (BfFq- fq ?5^-qq7F ; q^F^Fq^q^ F^H: qqx^.
sacred fire; BTqfjnCFfqTrf: ^^s^Fq^l^-
q ) pertaining to sexual inter- q: ISTot the current day; BftfFqRft
qr^^r^fq: Ms. 6. 25, 43; irreligious,
course. =^f:,-BT^rf. &c. ]Sr. of
impious.-3 Dyspeptic.-4 Unmarried.
/S'iva. tf'^'C' N. of a metre of four f^HFvS^Trfq- Sk., qft^: qqrT:.
-Comp.?r-^r Ved. not main-
lines, each with 15 iambic feet. ^ 5 r f ^ r ^ a. [q-. q . ] l Kot more or
taining the sacred fire, sinful, irreli-
ajqrf^ The mind. excessive. - 2 Boundless ; perfect.
gious Ev. 1. 189. 3. qr^ a. ]N"ot
^ i ^ ^ f ^ - f e ct' [ ^. ^ . ] Destitute - 3 Not capable of being enlarged
burnt with fire or on the funeral
pile, Ev. 10. 15. 14 ( ^ W ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ F - of fingers. or surpassed.
^ I ' y j ^ ^ a. ]N"ot clear, dirty. ^ R T ^ r ^ - [^v^.] Absence of
q f : ) ; a class of Manes Ms. 3. 199.
^5fT^ a. [q.q".]l Sinless, innocent; ST^T^^T, ^ ^ % ^ r L^rq^i^rfF BF^FF] authority, right, claim &c. -Comp.
3Tlf% ^ ^ P T ^ f ^ E. 14. 40. - 2 Free A miserable or small goat. ^'^f intermeddling, ofiiciousness.
from blame, faultless, handsome; ^J^Rnr ^-L^.^.] 1 Without colly- ^Tqf^fftq:,^- Not entitled to.
^^m^S. 2.10;^f^ ^fr?Tq^n#^iT^- rium, pigment, or paint; q ^ ^ q q ^ q " ^ ^ r f ^ ^ c T ^^'C^- q - ] ^ ^ ^ obtained,
^ ' T R q r 5 ^ ; Ak.; ;^t;iTf^r Dk. 123. S.D.-2 Paultless, taintless.-3 With- acquired or studied. -Comp. qq^T-
- 3 Without mishap or accident, free out any connection (frF:q^^ ). 5? ^a.foiled in one's expectations. ^f-
from danger, calamity &c.; safe, un- 1 The sky, atmosphere. - 2 The su- ^ a. who has not learnt the /S'astras.
^^^^ 56 ^T#rnlf^
STrfVftT Ct. [ q. q. ]Independent. possessed of endless merits; of count- close; f%f^sqrf?:r: ^^fTf: P. I. 1. 7,
q:-qqr: [H^F^qT^ ] An indepen- less or infinite number; ^Tffqfqq^f- See Aqx^. - 3 ( a ) Contiguous, neigh-
dent carpenter working on his own Trq%vft Mv. 6. 55. -'q-gf^T", - ^ bouring, adjoining; WXSXrl J f 3 ^ ^ -
account ( ^FH^rf^*- ) } XX Ft ^ ^ ^^^ [ 3fqq^q ^ u ^ q ^ q r ^ '^jt^F ] the ; ^ q ^ q-^fqqff ^jq^qpfqrflfq^ B. 8. 19^;
^ qr^qf^^^-. 14th day of the bright half of Bhddra- ^r^Crfq-^^-rft^f BTqrft fsPTf^^^ff^ ^'^
K. 136; immediately adjoining; Ki. 2.
^ T ^ ^ a. [ q. q. ] 1 Not per- pada when Ananta is worshipped.
53, K.7. 21; not distant from ( w i t h
ceptible or observable, invisible; - n q n ( B f ^ f ^ grcfq F'^rqqF^) 1-
abl.); BTf^q^rqrncqqr^^t ^?f?f: Mu.
qqf^fq ^ rf^facrnrrq^^^ xx^x ^ q ^ I N. of Vasudeva, the conqueror of
4;5f^ffqrMrf^: Ms .2. 19 ( Kull.
Bhasha P.2 W i t h o u t control- all. 2. N. of an Arhat deity. rfpT
a. of endless width, extensive. rfl"-Bfqq^:f%|^^q:);BT^ : BT^frft M " 7.158;
ler or ruler &c. or in comp ; fq"N^Mr|ff XX^X ^ 3 -
^ f J ^ m. 1. one who visits many places
^ T ^ ^ ^ t , B T ? f i . ^ ^ [ q-. q. ] Not Ak. who is an immediate neighbour.
of pilgrimage. 2. a Jaina deity. ^-
studying, intermission of study; - 4 Immediately before or after; cffq-
r f i ^ the third day of the bright
the time when there is or ought
half of qx^q^, qxAtlA or I^F'^; q q ^ 4 T^^SX^XHAXXX ^qrfr^3^qq3T^qr^ Ku.
to be such intermission, a holiday 4. 32 soon after,just afterwards; B^ffrf-
(F^^0; ^T^ ftfHT^^^^: U. 4 a qFqf... ^^r^qqqqrTrfF^qf f qFq?[?frc^q^. ^tftrft?>^q^f^ q f l l ' W ^ l H ^ l d ' i ^ -
holiday ( given ) in honor of distin- - | f ^ ; [ 3fqqF prqt^qFF'^ q^q ] N. of ^^qf: Chand. M. having characteristics
guished guests. See Ms. 2. 105-6; /S'iva, or of Indra. qq*: [Bfqqf^^ ^A] 1 mentioned just before. -5Pollowing,
4. 103-4; 105-8, 117-8,126 &c. the serpent /S'esha. 2. [Bfq^ C F ^ ^ ; coming close upon ( in comp); ?[f?cf-
^T*T3"^TT5^ a. Unable to com- f1q;-Bf^ ] ^ . of Narkyana who sleeps HHIHrf^S'sqif^ Ku. 1. 23; 2. 53;
prehend ; XXX non-comprehension, on ^esha. qf^ a. of endless width, "^iT^f^ S. 4 the next duty, what
unintelligibility. boundless;;f l%o5'^5q^r^Pt.l-qr- shoidd be done next. - 6 Belonging
^ T 5 ^ T ^ ^ 1 ^ 0 ^ repeating a flfq;^a. of endless tricks, endlessly to the caste immediately follow-
statement or proposition. - 2 Tacit deceitful. ^tT; a medicinal plant; ing ; 3 ^ r ^ . s ' t r f ^ f ^ r : Ms. 10.14.-7
assent. ( WftqF). ^ff^: an infinite quantity. Uninterrupted, unbroken, conti-
^ c T ct. [qftXcX mx q ^ ] Endless, ^rq a. of innumerable forms or n u o u s . - t [q.q.] 1 Contigmty, pro-
infinite, eternal, boundless, inex- shapes; epithet of Vishnu. qf?f: a ximity ; BTq?fci%1^ ' ^ ^ ^ n ^ K. 93.
haustible ; ^^qTrqq^ ^ ^ Ku. 1. 3. disease of the head, resembling 2 Brahma, the supreme soul ( as be-
rf: 1 N. of Vishnu; n q # q - ^ : f^^: tetanus.fq^f^: [BfqqFq;fq^5fq^^^- ing of one entire essence). t ind.
IF^F ^(^] I^-of Yudhishthira's conch- [ Strictly it is ace. of time qTFc^rqq-
fqr^riiTrqFT'^F-. I ^A mx^*^ ^ ^ (^f" shell Bg. 1.16-qT^: N. of the 23rd
5EqFq^Tfq'q^fq)%qF^xS^T?^#ll;also of Jaina Arhat of a future age. pfff 5q%f:; qFi^ ^ ^ t qm x^x^x^ ] 1 in^"
Vishnu's couch, the serpent iS'esha; see Bfqqqf^^ above. ^ r % a. mediately after, afterwards.-2(With
of Krishna and his brother ; of of boundless power, omnipotent, a prepositional force ) After ( with
iSiva, the 14th Arhat; Vasuki, the epithet of the Supreme Being. i[f2T- abl. ) ; ^^Frq^qrWTfqqrf^C E. 3. 7;
lord of serpents.--2 A cloud.-3 Talc. rf Travancore ; /S'rirangapattana {f) ^^TfTs^f^^?^ Bg' 1 2 . 1 2 . ; Tfr^r^r-
-4N.of a plant (f%qF?:) Vitex Trifo- ^[fft N. of Vishnu or the Supreme f^t^iTrf^ E. 3. 33, 36.; 2. 7 1 ; ^qfFT-
lia. - 5 The 23rd asterism fqcrr. - 6 A Being. ( - ' ^ ) N. of the wife of ^ffqrnt^^^: Bt 1. ; rarely with
silken cord with 14 knots tied round Vasuki. ^ ^ ct. Ved. possessing gen.; Btqq '^Tf^(^:^3 ^^'^^^S'trft WX
the right arm on the Bfqq^;H^# day. endless strength; endlessly blowing. Kam. ; or in comp.; ^rqfq^: ^STT^^-
- 7 The letter Bfp. rff 1 The earth(the ^ a. of boundless magnificence, qqrf^ q^'. ^-7. 30. ; E. 4. 2. ; Ms. 3.
endless) .-2 The number one.-3N. of an epithet of the Supreme Being. 252, Y. 2. 4 1 ; q'^^qrf'Cqf^ K. 78
various females; of Parvati.-4 N. of immediately after those words.
Bm^ ct. [ ^^f^ ^ ^ ] Endless,
various plants; ^qFF'^qF? Bfqqqr5-(a very eternal &c. * The Eternal or In- - C o m p . ^ - or wf [Bfqq^qF Mrq^-
medicinal plant ) ^ , BfFqc^, ^^rqt> finite ( among the Jainas ). ^ q r q r j : ^xAA] the child of a Ksha-
triya or'Vai^ya mother, by a father
3ff?FJNr, ^ ^ , ^Ff^T; STTFiT^F, f f t q ^ , BTq^ ct' [ ^fqrFi^^ ^t'^^. ] End- belonging to the caste immediately
Bfirrf^w, ^qF^fr^rfF; fq-^qr^.# A less, eternal, infinite. c ^ l Eter-
above the mother's, Ms. 10. 4. 2.
small silken cord tied round the nity, infinity .-2 The foot of fK^qq^.
born immediately before or after;
left arm of a woman. rf 1 The
B^q^fq^^. [^X^^ W l ] Endless, a younger or elder brother. ( - ^ )
sky, atmosphere. - 2 Infinity, eter-
eternal. w. One of Brahma's a younger or elder sister; B^gferff-
nity. - 3 Absolution, final beatitude ; four feet; earth, intermediate region,
q r f ? : ^ r ^ r ? : E. 7. 32.; so -WrX.
ri^H^r^^T^^ Bt 2. 72 . - 4 The su- heaven, and ocean. BTqrfft^ a. Next in succession.
preme spirit, Brahma ( qr^lf,); XX^
^wtcPC ct. [qFf|q ^ q t -^^m, 3T5fg[^^: [ ^Trf^q: 5 ^ ^ , ^. A]
m^x^AAm(A ^^A- I q sqrfq^fw^sqf
^-Jq'., BfqqrF^: &c. q^ '] 1 Having no Not leaving, non-abandonment.
f^rqrqfvFfpf qTFc^: | qq^qrfF>SPl ^qqF^^TF^-
interior or interior space, limitless; ^ ^ T T ^ ^- [^* ^-1 Uninterrupt-
Arq ?f^F^fq^ II -Comp. BTf^q-
rxm. the Supreme spirit. cff^a. mag- ritrf^ ^fr w^^xAxxx ^XWX- -^ ed, without a break.
nifying to any extent; P . I I I . 2.21. Having no interval or interstice
Tf a. moving for ever. g ^ a. or pause (of space or time); compact,
3R^ 57 ^RH
5Crq^ f Pf q.q.] N. of Ku5a grass used sively applicable; V . l . 1; Mv. 1. 25. STTftrC a. Having no other or
for the qiqq, q.v. fr% a. 1. of the same nature. 2. second, having no follower, sole;
STrf^ ct' [ ^ t^qf^; q^-Prq:Bf^ ] having no other means of livelihood. rfqrf^ wfff^Tqqt S. B.
Joyless, cheerless, q; N. of a pur- 3. closely attentive. ^f^fq* a, not ^T'fl'M < T ^ -f^'^l^- Innocent, guilt-
gatory. ruled over by any one else; E. 1. 30;
less, harmless. ^ : Innocence.
BTcl^ Not food, that which is Dk. 2. -.;^q|-5:?r^ - i ^ \ ^ i q a. not
common to any one else, uncommon, ^rftf^TRT^ a.Ved. Impossible to
undeserving of being eaten. be talked away or wished away.
exclusively devoted, applicable or
^ J f T ^ a. 1 Not different,identical, ^ J f q ' o ^ q ^ a . Ved. Not letting
belonging to one ; Brqs^^qfff^qf^^f
same, not other than, self; BTq^^^sff XT~ ^r^^^q=^^:2^qT: V. 3. 18;?:r^^fSf: go; able.
E. 6. 38; M. 5; 4. 10; not capable of SlrPT^n! ct. Having no egress
f^vrpTfrf qTq'3=3Tr ^ 5TtREam.-2Sole, being performed by any one else, or passage to creep out of, un-
unique, without a second. - 3 [ q[F^q Ku.3.19.g-|?q a.{'^f.) having no justifiable, inexcusable; fHK^cft&ff>S^-
Bf^: X^qqf q^ ] Undivided, undis- equal,matchless, peerless; ^'^rffqq-- q ^ : M s . 8. 198 (Bfqqr: qFW?ffqvqfFl:0
tracted ( mind &c. ) ; having no -^r^^rq:fqqwrr%Pt. 1. -5C: An usurper,
other object or person to think of ^Tq^rfr,-^q Identity, sameness. ^TTTtp5^3[^ a. Not obstinate.
&c.;BT?T5=^f?Jrf^^ qr ^ ^fqf: q^Hf^^ BTqr^r^^ a.(?[fr / . ) N o t like others,
Bg. 9. 22. In comp. BTq"?^ may be ^5Ttn5^^-^-qCg^ a. ( of a cow )
singular.
translated by ^ not by another, ' ^ r f r ^ ^ : [ q . q. ] 1 Want of Not refusing to be milked.
' directed or devoted to no one else', connection. - 2 ( Ehet. ) A figure of ^^TTPT ct 1 Pree from loss or de-
' having no other object.' -Comp. speech in which a thing is compar- cay.-2 Imperishable, undiminished,
BT^ a. not subservient to any undecaying; JTTqnSfqqf^^f^^^ (=^-
ed to itself, the object being to
other object, principal. BTF^frfa. in- t) Ki. 2. 11. 2f: 1 Imperishable
show that it is matchless and can
dependent, not resorting to another.
have no other ^ q j q ; ^q-Fq^F^T^q^q nature, freedom from decay or wear
( -ff ) unencumbered estate ( in
A ^ h ^xs^'- I frc|R:q ^Tq-FF'^^qytr and tear; permanence. - 2 N.of /Siva.
law ). Tffrf: / . sole resort or re-
rf^^^q: II i q q qqqFqqt ^Fqr: ^F^ffF- ^mT'Q'5!^ ct' Imperishable, firm,
source.iTfrf^<^. [*! ^* ] having no
^^' I TT^f^rq^qi^^ rFqxF^'q^itq II. steady, unfailing, constant, durable,
other resource or help,having no other
resource left; BTq^5qfq% -qff^ ^ifrf- STrT^^TT ct,[q. q. ] 1 Uncon- not transient; q^rqfpTgit rff^f3i:^>
M l r i ^ - ^ N ^ U d b . ^ a . than which nected. - 2 Irregular, desultory; irrele- ^T^f^^rqff'^E. 17. 46.; 8.17; Brqqf-
nothing is greater Si. 1. 35.f^- vant, incoherent. - 3 Not attended f^R ^ ^ T ^ ^ iT^fH-^ qrf^rr^ qwXh
TTrf%f, -%f^, -'T5T5n;,-qrqRf,-fq2r a. with, devoid of; as Jj^f^, ^f^ &c. Ku. 4. 31; ' q ^ ^ j ^ ^ q - q- ^f^-
giving one's undivided thought or ST^nPT ^' [^ A\A ^Ffqqqq Bffqf qq ] 'Eq^TTff^^ Mu. 5. 14; Ki. 14. 37, 2.
attention to, with undivided mind; Destitute of much water ( as a 43; ;Si. 8. 50, 14. 65, 17. 26.
f t f t r f ^ ^qqq5=2fqrq^ AS^.4. 1; K.75. puddle ). ^ ^ m ^ [ ^ [ ^ ^. ] Not return-
^:, -^5Fq^ m. [ qp=q^qF?T 5f-q q;^. S R T ^ F ^ ^ - ^ ' f ^ r f ^ f r ^ 1 Notin^ ing or coming hack, non-recurrent
^fF^T^jf^^fFqff^ q^ 5qq%^F^q: or juring.-2 Non-delivery.-3 (In law) ( ^'TUff^f=^ ) ; unremitting ( ? ) .
qF^q^T^T^Hir^F^s^^- ft^^:; q^qiWF- Non-payment ;qTf^2frqqqprq=q' Ms. 8. ^ 5 T ^ - f ^ q : ^ a . [ q. q-. ] 1 Eegard-
qt] Cupid, the godof love;qr^gfc?cf- 4;qTf^^or q?Pf^ f|f^r 214. less.-2 Careless, notminding or heed-
5 ^trfTT^^q^srqr Mai. 1. 32. |fe a. ^ T f T ^ n r * Harmlessness. -a., ing, indifferent. - 3 Independent or
gazing intently or steadfastly at; ""^fltq^<^. Harmless, innocent. irrespective (of another), not requir-
''ft: !^fRnqf^^frf Ku. 5. 20. qq a, ing any other thing. - 4 Impartial.-5
^ ^ T T ^ ^ ct' Ved. Whose vic-
having no other ( superior ) God, Irrelevant, unconnected, unconcern-
torious character cannot be reversed.
epithet of the Supreme Being. ed.^Disregard, indifference, care-
^T5=nTt^ a. 1 Without issue, child- lessness. ^ adv. Without regard
qr^Tf exclusive devotion or attach-
less, without heir; o^^p^ fqf^rfq^qt to, independently or irrespectively
ment; j c ^ T S ^ i T ^ q j q5TOr>sq-5=3fq?:rff
S. 6] K. 59, 63. - 2 Not propitious of; carelessly, accidentally ; cqrqr^
MaL 6. 15.q^r^'q<^. devoted to no
or favourable to children; causing since it has no reference to.
other ( woman ) S. 3. 19.^j|-:[ qy-
'qF q;^Fq^q] having no other wife;q-- fall (qqqqq^q) Ev. 3. 54.18. ''fff,-"^ S T ^ T ^ a. 1 Not gone oft; not past;
<^^H.iHy^ fq^'rqffq^CffJT^: Ku. childlessness; 5^qqrqc^?fr qf qc^fr^- Bmrl^rrrt ^ T ^ T ^ R ^ ^ : Ki.6.30 with-
6. 92. ( - ^ ) [ q Bf^q:q^F q?qF: ^f ] a out loss of time, without delay. - 2
^^q-^HT ^' Impudent, shame less.
virgin ( w h o never before be- Not deviating from, faithful to, not
^ ^ ^ f ^ r ^ d .Ved.Not mutilated
longed to another ), a woman having leaving ( with abl.) ; BT^frqqw^^'t
no other husband;E. 4. 7.Hf^ a.[q or curtailed. Sk. ;^q^.^^?^[rM|^Hq% P. IV. 4.
3T?q apqf qf q:q^ ] not devoted to ^T^T5"^r* ^ o t a corrupt word; a 92. See BTqrf also. - 3 Not devoid of,
any other person;BT?r5^yfr^ ^ q f g f l properly formed word. possessed of; qi=g%q%^riftj^pT;f^ ^ -
Ku. 3. 63. f^s^ a. not applicable ^W7^^T?r ind.Yeij early (before ^>S?frf; %q^ Mu. 1. 14.
or belonging to any one else, exclu- the sun starts on his journey ). ^rTH Ct. Ved. [qBfFq:,%^?^o^^.]
8
5iRW 58 R^
Not seized or overcome by the ene- ^WTft^ a. Ved. [ q\\^ BfTfjqf ^ r ^ Non-use or value.-2 A worthless or
my ( ^JPfCqFq ); not watery (?J. ^^ q. q. ] Well, happy, free from useless object.-3 A reverse, evil, ca-
^ T J T ^ ct. [ qxXx^ BfTF: ^cf q^q ] disease; comfortable, salubrious, sin- lamity, misfortune; E. 18. 14; t ^ -
Ved. Destitute of form or shape, less. q Good or comfortable state, TT^qfRfffr^S^f: S, 6 ] t^XX^q^q^m
shapeless, actionless (qrqfFq). happiness, prosperity. f^S ^X^ "m^ BL. I; cf. f^^sqq^f
^ T ^ ^ ^ - ^ / - Not an Apsara*, BTTr^ ct' Wearing no garment. ^l^T-^qm &c,; Ms. 4. 193, H. 4.
92; harmful object, danger; B T ^ q ^
unworthy of a celestial nymph; BT- ?:: A Buddhist mendicant.
^ r ^ ^ xAx4 Moha M. 2.-4 :^fonsense,
^^i^n:^ ^r^^ff^ v . 2. ^|rI5r ct. Not humble, haughty, want of sense. --5 N. of Vishnu (afF"
34 r ^ ^ I' A particular configuration proud; BTqWTTf ^ ^ t * ^' ^' ^^
OTtqrFq-cqF=q^ qqr^q ).-Comi). ' - ^ -
of planets ; XjA^^ ^jq^i^ll^'^f ; ^ - ^T^rq": [Bfqiq^F ^q": ] 1 Pad man- rft [ q ^rqfqt ] sameness or iden-
' ^ r ^ i^^cffFq^f J f j 'S^nfrf^TFT'T^^i l'ir*JL agement or conduct; injustice; un- tity. ^^ ct.{^f)l. doing useless
Dipika. fairness; ^ f ^ i q ^ r f f q ? [ ^ Pt. 1. or unprofitable things. 2. mischiev-
^T^rrf^T!^ a. Ignorant, of, unac- 169; Bh. 2. 42. - 2 Bad policy or ous, harmful; unprofitable, pro-
quainted with, unused to, ( usually course of conduct, evil course ; B^q"- ductive of evil. FfrRfq;^ 7n. N. of
with gen. ); j ^ : qpfrf^iT S. 5; frff- % H^^sfiTOf fq^^rrwqf^ Pt. 3.184. SiYSL (destroyer of calamities).^rq*
rFTfrqpf^ff^ K. 236 ; - ^ ; q w ^ - - 3 Adversity, calamity, distress; a. malicious. ^ a. [^^1% Bf^^q:]
ijfrqfii^Ef Mv. 2; Ku. 6. 43. ^ r t t q ^ ^Cr^^rsf: ^ s q c ^ f q ^ ifrf: Ms. not devoid of the apparent meaning;
^ T T r f ^ i ^ M ct. [q.q-] Not faded. 10. 95 reduced to straits; 102.-4 free from all that is worthless. ^-
-Comp. q'=f ct. Ved. of unfaded [ ^fq-: fqF^fr f^F'^F^q^q- ^^^ ] ^^r: [ 3 f q ^ ( t r ^ ^ : ^ q r . q. ] 1.
or undiminished lustre, resplendent. Misfortune, adversity; ill-luck.-5 A a great evil, hazardous adventure ;
^ ^ r f H ^ r f ^ : An impostor. variety bf dice-play, gambling ( ^ - ^r%q'qr^rq^qTq'n}i^^[f^?5 Mai. 5. 2.
xxAx qrqFqqq ^^FS^qiqqqq). [q". q. ] not a riBk of one's money;
S T r r f ^ T ^ ^ ^' B'^QQ from desire.
^HT't?'"^: N. of a king of the so- safety of one's wealth.
q-; 1 Want of appetite or desire. BTq^-^, BTq?f^ a. 1 Useless; mean-
lar race, a descendant of Ikshvaku
- 2 Non-relish. and king of Ayodhya, who was ingless; ^fqclr^fq^r?!^ Ve. l;BTf-
overthrown by Eavana. 3fr^ K. 108; not significant, as a par-
Blameless, faultless; ^f^frfir leading ticle used expletively.^2 Nonsei^i-
S R ^ ^ a. [q. q-. ] Ved. Not
to perfection or to heaven. cal.-3 Unprofitable.-4 Unfortunate.
wounded, healthy, sound.
^Trrf^T^^sn^ Absence of design ^ Nonsensical or incoherent talk.
S T r n f e ct, [ q. q-. ] 1 Pree from
or purpose; so BTSTP^T^Eff^: J W^ ^^^^ ^ i f ^ a. Ved. Not lax or loose
bar or obstruction, free to move,
undesignedly. (^fp?fl'^ ) Ev. 1. 164. 2. ; free, un-
unrestrained, unhampered ; g t ^ g -
^T'riWfTr ct. 1 Not named or as- obstructed, permanent.
^^qjf^^y B. 3. 39.-2 Unlocked.
serted; see BfPrflq nnder Bfc'qqF. -2 ^5T#=3;a. [ Bft-ri^pTF ^ ^ q , Bf^
^iX^'k ct. t^FF^rf 3fqf iT^q^q q. q.]
Not fastened ( Ved. ). - ^ : N. of Invaluable, priceless, inestimable; E . mrq: q.q,] 1 Not inimical, not
the chief of a Gotra. 5.2;AS'i.l4. 8 8 . - ^ : [q,q.] Wrong or hostile or to be hated ( B ^ ^ ) ; EV. 1.
^T5?r^"^in%: / Non-repetition; improper value.-Coiup. ^T^q N. 136. 5. -2 Having no horse.
of a drama in 7 acts by Murari ^5Tf%^^. [ ^q^F ^^x^q mxA
Si 2. 43. Mi^ra; also called Murari Nataka ^xAwA', (A%-\w^, Bff^jo ^:] 1 One who
^ 5 f r ^ : q T ^ , - ^ a. Not near, dis- after its author and supposed to have sits in a cart to fetch fuel &c.-2 [qr-
tant &c.; *>^fq^ a. to be shunned been written between the 12th and ^A\A F H ; ^ Arx^ qfA (Amxy fq^-Ffr-
from afar Sk. ^ the 14th century. q^, q. q. ] One who is not able to
^^SXrTSl a. Cloudless ; f^qq"^r ffs": ^ j ; ^ ^ ^ - ^ Pricelessness, invalu- reach the destination.
this is (like) a shower from a cloud- able nature; H. Pr. 4. ^T5RJ?;rrS' Cl. [ B f q ^ Bfqif^^rq
less skv, i. e. something quite un- BTq"^^ a. Invaluable; unsurpassed X\fA\A q^q] One who does not give
expected or sudden. in reverence due from others, high- to sinful persons, a sinless donor.
^^^fffg- a. Ved. Epithet of rain- ly respected; Brq^lrfl^ ^^Tft^f^: Ku. 53TTi; ^' ^ -^^t deserving, not fit,
water ; requiring no shovel (?). 1. 58. not worthy of (with gen. or in comp);
SRITJ [^rq^ft^'^TF^] A Brah- ^VrX^ Ct' [ q . ^ . ] l Useless, worth- ^ ^ ^Jf^r^f^ Pt.4.; rffq^^o^Mch^'M^r-
mana ( one who does not bow down l e s s ; ^ : 3 = s s ^ ^ q ^ qn%^^>^'N#r^ ft^TfqqfK ^S^CWffH Ms. 3. 150.-2
to others and returns salutations Pt. 3. 97.-2 Unfortunate, unhappy. Inadequate, unsuitable. -3 Unde-
made to him by others with a - 3 Harmful, disastrous, bad; f^rf- serving of reward or punishment.
blessing ). i^5T!1^5ff^^^f BTfq f ^ f : X^l Dk.
ST^r^raftrg' ( = P r q T ^ ) ct. Miser- 160 ; wicked ( opp. ^[Rf'q ). - 4 Not '^Tir^f%'^ H^PTFqFci.Tv.; cf. qritr^cfq^
ly, niggardly. having that meaning (but another); ^F^qf; said by some to be from Bf^j
^(^PrrfTT'^r a. Having no enemies. having no meaning, nonsensical, to breathe ]. 1 Pire. -2 Agni or
^ A state of taYJng no enemies. meaningless,-5 Poor. ?f; [q. q.] 1 the god of fire. See Bif?r.-3 Digestive
^^w 59 ^RfPT
power, gastric juice ; qq:^^r^#>Sq"- reproachable ; Bh. 2. 21 ; E.7. 70. place, baseless ; ^f^ ^fHTTT^: H. 3.
r7: Su^r. - 4 Wind. --5 Bile. - 6 One 'qr N. of a damsel.-Comp. BT^T? !^: 1 Absence of leisure. - 2 111-
of the 8 Vasus, the fifth. - 7 N. of - ^ q a. having faultless limbs or timedness, unseasonableness; ^
Vasudeva. - 8 N . of various plants; form, exquisitely handsome ; ^ q ^ ^r% ^!f^ n^ fqqqq^T^^H ^ff^THT^:
{Aqqx, rq^F'^fqqr Plumbago Zeylanica BTqq^qrfT M. 2. (-TJt ) a woman Mai. 9. 30.
and Eosea, q?^iqqt' the marking nut with a faultless form. ^FrW^=?r a. [q. q". ] Endless,
tree.-9 The letter ^.-10 The number ^rTclJS^TUt a. Not sleepy. having no setting ; free from death.
three. - 1 1 ( Astr.) The 50th year
^'R'^'^rnr ct. [ q. q". ] Careless, ^'^raf^TcT ct. [ q-. q. ] Not end-
of Brihaspati's cycle. -12 The third
inattentive, ;f Inadvertence, in- ed or finished; not determined. ;qr
lunar mansion ffrfqq. - 1 3 A variety
attention ; fff carelessness, remiss- N. of a kind of Trishtubh metre,
of Pitrideva or manes (qr5qqrfF>S^f^:
ness in duty ( qqF^ ); qnfsqfqrrq consisting of four lines with 11
qr^: ) . - 1 4 [ Bfqrq qforrq; r ^ Bfrrq-r%-
q^^^fsq^qF^qqf F'^qr i ^^^A itTfq m feet in each.
q ] The soul ( ^ ). - 1 5 N . of
^^^s^^qjqqr II. ^ ? r g ' ^ ^ < a. Pree from dirt
Vishnu ( q-qrTfq-Jtq-qqrn^ q q^^q%
^TT^f^ a. Unlimited, infinite. pure, clear.
sff qr$;-Bf=q;).-16 The Supreme Being.
-Comp.q a. [Bfqc^?Tr%] 1.removing ^ ? r ^ r r a. [ q. q". ] Affording BT^T^q" a. [ q r ^ Bfq^r q^] Un-
or destroying heat or fire; ^ff^f ^ no help or protection. steady; ^iJt R M I ^ " ! ^ Dk. 135;
'MHHqr^sq^qf: Ki. 5. 25.2.=:Bff?F^ q.v. ^<iIHTW<f ct. Not lowered or unsettled, not fixed ; x^ qi^:
fpTT a. [Bfqct ^qqfA"] promoting di- bent down; t ^ r f : a Buddhist term Si. 11. 28.-;^?Tr[f. rf.] 1 InstabiTi-
gestion, stomachic.3PTf [^fq^sr^ qA- for a future universe ( lit. having ty, unsettled condition, disorder,
q q q r q ^ ] N . of a plant ( ^^f^^sq^r) banners unlowered ). confusion. - 2 Loose or unsteady
Helicacabum Cardiospermum. f q ^ conduct, incontinence. - 3 ( I n
^rfq-llTtrr a. Ved. Spreading all
N . of Agni's wife ^FfF- 5^q: loss of phil. ) Absence of finality or con-
around, not closely united. clusion, an endless series of state-
appetite, dyspepsia.
^^^ra*^ ^' [ ^^^-^rq; q q^^: ments or causes and effects,
^T5T5^ ct' 1 Not lazy, active,
q. q. ] Irreproachable, not open to one of the faults of rea-
diligent, watchful, E. 9. 15. - 2 Un-
censure ( Bfqqf^qplr^ ) . speaking soning ( ^qqf^fqr^qFO^^q-: ) ; ir^q-
able, incompetent.
authoritatively. '^^Ff^'Etfr ^^^r ^fwfq^ftofr K. P.
^Trrflrt [ ^ffqf^-^^. Bfq: B^i^q STTT^^ a.{_q AWX qX' ^.Tv. ] Un- 2; frt =q" TO^: S. B.-4 Not being 10
^. ^^Fqr^-qF. ] N. of a tree ( qqff^ ) Ses- diminished,undecaying, durable,last- days old ( ^^FfFqjq:).
bana Grandiflora ( q?g^p]j q^q-u^^q-| ing (Bfq^J^^f^j;OHjv:f;H^Ev. 1. 166.7 BFfq^fq" a. Unstable, unsteady,
q'^gi'q^Jq^^ ^F^q^:nT^qF=q^^ T v . ) . having undiminished wealth. fickle. rf: Wind.?f 1 rnstabilityj
^ T T ^ a. 1 Numerous. - 2 Not a ^T^^IT a. Not low or infeior ; uncertainty, unsettled nature; ^5f^-
little ; not small, liberal, noble ( as high, exalted, superior ; ^n:fiftq"qqr q5Cr^^qqi^^rqr?!:Dk.l61. - 2 Loose-
mind &c.); Ki. 14. 18 ; much; ^ F q ^ - ; ^ f E. 17. 27, 9. 14. ness of conduct, incontinence.
T'^^TT^ Pt. 1. 136 profusely, in ^^l"<cr ct. Incessant, continuous, BT^rqr^^rf a. 1 Unsteady, fickle,un-
many words; fqqRf^f^fqqqrqq-c^qr^R^fr uninterrupted; ^^g^^RqrfrR^tTq settled; Rrffqrf^^'^^Jfq-.-U. 3 with
Bv. 1. 100; 2. 1 3 8 . - C o m p . - ^ > ^ a. S. 2. 4. ^ adv. Incessantly, con- unsteady eyes; K u . 4. 28. - 2
very clamorous or noisy, q ? ^ a. tinuously. Changed, altered; B^p ^f ^fTOFT-
greatly enraged. ^ ; T ^ ? T ^ ^ ct' [ Bfq^-^qq; ^ qq.^ q ^ : U. 2.-3 Paithless, loose in
^T*T^^3rar . [ q . ^ . ] l Having no ^q.q. ] Chief, best, excellent. morals or moral conduct, dissolute
scope or occasion, uncalled for. ~2 ^ i c | ^ q ^q"<^. [q. q.] Having (5qPT=qf(X5);^Rft^r^q^^?T?fr: Ms.
Inapplicable. - 3 Having no oppor- no prop or support; not depen- 11. 139. - 4 Unable to stay or re-
tunity or space. - ^ ; [ ^. ^, ] Ab- main ; ^f^^^ xx^^^^A xA^xi B. id.
dent. ^ : - q ^ Independence.
sence of room or scope. 31; ' ' ^ , R^frf: instability, loose-
^sTg-^vr^ [ q m^^A ^wq^y ness of conduct.
B|T|c|ii^ ct. [ q. q". ] Irresistible,
BfqgnT-^55; qqfo q^ ^: T v . ] A sort of
uncontrolled, impetuous, resistless; ^^^^< a. [ 3 T q ^ - ^ 1 ^ q - B f ^ . q .
purificatory ceremony to be perform-
ii<iHlWf^*iH^?: ^ ^ : ( ^fPffFt ) ed in the case of a pregnant woman q. ] Not crooked, straightforward.
Mkl.^. 39. in the third month after conception. ^ 5 T W F ^ ^ - Not tending down-^
^T3TW^3f^ ct. 1 Not bounded or ^crg-^e" a. [ Bfg;-3i'^=^ ^q^-, ^,-. wards, looking up.
marked off, not separated or cut. - 2 ^ q %'qq^rFqFrr q. q. ] Ved. Having STrrgr^T ind. [ Bfqfq-: ^ ^ | t | ^ | ^ ; ^
Unlimited, immoderate, excessive.-3 no ( wholesome ) food to eat ( qt-qf-
^rqr^ ^qF^^r] Without breathing
Undefined: f | ^ r ? ^ Bh. 2. 1; 3. 1; ^^qTFtrf); Ev. 6. 66. 7 ; not stopping
between, in one breath, without a
undiscrimii^ated, unmodified. - 4 to eat by the way ( 1) pause, 11710 tenore.
Uninterruptt'^d, continuous. ^ T W ^ ^ a . l Busy, having no lei- ^ T R T ^ a. [ Bfq- ^- q-^ ^^^^
^ W ^ ^ - i ^ ^ 1 ^ ^ : fA^' ] Pault- sure or interval of repose. - 2 Ill- ^fqqqt, q*. q. ] Without parts (rqrq*
less, blamelesfe^", unobjectionable, ir- timed , inopportune. - 3 Out of qq ) ; uninterrupted, unyielding.
Rt^ 60 ^^mTT^m
^TT%^nR a.Eegardless of; care- quently stopped, the gods, sages &c. ^TTf^^<^. Ved. Not staying.
went to Anast^ya, her freind, who, by
less, indifferent. the force of her penance, made the sun ^ ^ R a- [ ^ ^fF'^qq; w^fA ^
BTqq^-OT - 3fq^^-5(rF q- V. rise without, at the same time, bringing 3fqq qfq: Bfq^": ; q, q, Tv. ] SiulesS;
BT^fq'^r^ 1 Carelessness, inatten- widowhood on her friend. Another Ev. 10. 12. 9 ( Bfqpffq; = BfqrqF^).
legend is also told in which Anas?^ya
tion ; BTqqr^rrrqfq l?f^: P t . l . 169.-2 changed Brahm^ , Vishwu and Mahesa qr N. of a river.
Want of supervision. into infants, when, at the instigation of ST?rmcr ct. [ q Bffq-q:^ q. q. ] 1
^ra'cT a. [ q. q-. ] Not altogether their wives, they attempted to test her Not come or arrived ; rffq:^^^^ %?f-
destitute of holy or ascetic perform- chastity,but restored them to their form-
er shapes at the importunities of their
52f ^rq:^2fq?rrTpq H . 1.57.-2 Not got
ances. rf: A Jaina devotee who is so. humbled consorts. She is also said to or obtained; q-fEfs^r^^qpffiTrfq^-^-
^ ^ T ^ R Pasting, abstinence from have caused the three-streamed Ganges qfA Si, 5. 14; so BTr^q.~.3 Future,
food, fasting oneself to death; ""A ^ to flow down on the earth near the to come ; see compounds below. ^^
hermitage of her husband for the ablu-
^r^pEfcqr Dk. 156 making him fast; tions of sages ; see R. 13. 51. In the Not learnt or attained, unknown.
"qTH^grf^ref^ Pt. 4 . - a . Without Ramaya?^a she is represented as having ^ The future time, future ; ^
food, fasting &c. been very kind and attentive to Sita ^ : 3pr^ g- ?[fr^ Pt. 3. 164 he
whom she favoured with sound mother- shines ( thrives, prospers ) who
Bf?f?[[?ff^ a. Ved. Not hungry. ly advice on the virtues of chastity, and
BTq^H^<^. Not eating; ^qqq": the at the time of her departure gave her provides for the future; B^rri-^^f
gacrificial fire in the sabha which is an unguent ( See R. 12. 27, 14. 14 ) I%rrrq^r5^f ^ixH ^: Pt.5. 7i.
approached before eating or breakfast. which was to keep her beautiful for ever -Coiup. B T W ^ looking to the
and to guard her person from the at- future, provident thought, foresight.
^Tf;^ a. Having no horse or tempts of rapacious beasts, demons &c.
horses.. 'g; Something that is not She was the mother of the irascible BTfqTW: [ Sfqiqq: BfFq-Fq-: J : ^ ] fu-
a horse. sage Durvasas ]. ture ( physical ) trouble or calami-
^ ^ T T ^ ' C a. {^f.) Imperishable. B T q ^ a. = B f q ^ ; f q g % JIWXXXAties, illness &c. affecting the body
m^m^^x^^ Bg. 9. 1. in times to come; ^Sff^'^^'W N .
^ ' T O ' , n. [Bfpffrf ^-^m ^ ^ - ^ 1 ^ ] 1
A cart; ^rqrf ^c^^T: 5ff^ Ms. 8. 209;
^ ^ ^ ^ - f t ^ T ^ [ ^. ^. ] ^oiie^ of chapter 24 of the ^^F'^^q^Fq
less. ^ : 1 A boneless limb or in^Su^ruta. -BTftqf [ ^jsqfqqq^q
Y. 1. 184, 3. 269, ^ i . 12. 26.-2 [ Bf-
member. 2 Without parts, epi- ^Ay q^qqqFqqq^qFO a maiden who
r'qi'^ ^F^rqq^q] Pood, boiled rice.-3 thet of qqrq of the Sankhyas or has not yet arrived at puberty. fq-
Birth.-4 A living being.-5 A kitch- f^rqjqr. ^TfH m. [ Bfqrrrrf t^^q it^qTfq ] one
en. - 6 A parent ( father or mother);
ST5rT5;q; n,[q Bff: Bfq^^T^qq-f:]A bad who provides for the future, provi-
said to be / . in these two senses. dent, prudent ( used as the name of
or unlucky day.
At the end of Avyayibhava comp. a fish in P t . 1. 318; H. 4. 5 ) ; BT?rf-
Bfqg^is changed to Bfq^; as BT^^q^ ^IX^Xl ^nd. Yed. Thus, hereby,
^Trffq^frfr'q- ST^^^vfqf^q^fl fftrff
&c.; also at the end of Tat. Comp. ; indeed.
^^"^f^ ^f^fR'^r fq5T?[ff% II ( where
^TrfT^FnT a. Bormless, shapeless,
Dr. Peterson translates the three
epithet of the Supreme Being. names by * Mr. Provider-against-a-
^7re[?T-5T^ ct' [ q. q. ] Pree
from malice, not envious, not spite- ST^TT^^: [ ^- rf. l^qFrf:] 1 In- future-evir, ^ Mr. Cool-head,' and
ful; ^Tf^Tr^>S5T^^^Ms. 4. 158-, Bg. opportune time.-2 [ Bqq-rq^ Bf=^f^- * Mr. what-will-be-will-be ' ).
18. 71. - ^ [ q. q. ] 1 Absence of ^q^: qrFrT: ^XX^X^- q. q. Tv. ] Fam- ^^TfTf^'- f' Non-arrival, non-attain-
envy, charity of disposition, free- ine ( perhaps an irregular form for ment, non-access,
dom from spite or ill-will; q j m q ; Bf^F^FrS-).-Conip. ^ ; one who, BTqTTT a. 1 Not come, not pre-
to save himself from starvation in sent. - 2 [ q. q. ] (In law) Without
^'AAx fRf x^xT^ ^ - ^ ' ^ ^ f ' ^ i ^ f ^ ^ p ^ ^ -
a famine, voluntarily becomes a the title-deed or document of pos-
^ ^ ^Ffq^^qF qqfnq-qF.-2N.of a friend of
>S'akuntala.-3 N. of Atri's wife, the slave of another. session ( such as purchase deed &c.),
highest type of chastity and wifely ^^TT^ra" ci.\_q. q.]l Opaque, anything possessed from time im-
devotion. [She was very pious and given not transparent.~2 Having no trans- memorial and without any docu-
to austere devotion by virtue of which she parent atmosphere ; differing from mentary proof; "^q^TTf: enjoyment
had obtained miraculous powers. Several it, 3^:-3^ i^ot an atmosphere, one of property without such a deed. q:
stories are told to illustrate them. When
the earth was devastated by a terrible
undeserving of its name. 1 Non-arrival. - 2 Non-attainment.
drought which lasted for 10 years, Ana- ^cTT^ST a. 1 Not perplexed or BTqfTf^^ a. Unapproachable.
mya created water, fruits, roots &c. by confused, calm, collected, self-pos- ^T^TfTfrftq;^ a. 1 Not coming, not
meains of her ascetic powers and saved - 2 Becjular, consistent. arriving. - 2 Not future, not likely
many lives. On one occasion when
the sage Ma?icZavya was about to be
^TT^cT ct. Not prevented ( Bf- to return. ?7J. An epithet of the
impaled, the wife of a sage happened to f^FF'^rf ); unreclaimed. third among the 4 Buddhist orders.
touch the stake as she passed by, where- ST^rTT^TrT ct. Unassailed. rff [BfF- BTq'fTffjcff a. Not likely to return.
upon Maiic^avya cursed her that she ^TT'lf^icr ct. Not sr,neltj(fig.) not
would become a widow at sunrise. She,
^q-H^^'qr qtq- q r ^ ^ f q ^ t r , q. q. ]
Prickly nightshade, Solanum Jacqui- touched or affected; '^^^iTNf^Mil'^
however, prevented the sun from rising,
and all actions of men being conse- Jrm^'q"5Tqrf /S^ankara.
ni (qr2"qrFFtw)-
61
^ v ( | 4 | M a. 1 Innocent,blameless; BTqfcqqqi^a. [BfFFqf q^q^q q i ^ q ^ ] ^ c f T ^ ^ a. 1 Disrespected, despis-
^ I r N r i l ^ q : ^f^^r^'Pf^fTTf^/S'. 1. Not self-possessed ; having no con- ed; Ms. 2. 234 ;qc|^qfr5C not accepting
11.-2 Conferring bliss or happiness. trol over the senses; BTqf^qrf: q^- the hospitality.-2 Not careful, re-
^ v i | x l K a. Devoid of customary ^ ^ i q q - I f O T ^ p q ^ : Su^r. gardless of, indifferent to; BTqTfri^'MI-
observances or duties, improper in BTqrc3:;q a, [ Bfffqq: f t BffFiq ^ t q^;^ff^qf^f'q Ki. 14. 10.rf Disre-
behaviour, unprincipled, regardless q. q. ] Impersonal, incorporeal ( Bf- spect, contempt.
of custom, law or propriety &c.; also "^tlX ) . '^x^ Want of affection for 3T?rT^^ ct' Not fit to be taken,un-
^qpqfFtq;.!^ this sense.^:,-BTqrqT'T one's own family. acceptable; inadmissible ; BTqf^^iT
Absence of due observances or cus- ^TTc^itf^^ ct' 1 Not constant or '^rr^^r^r^^^'=q-q^f?3:^Ms. 8. i7i.
tomary duties, improper conduct, perpetual, not final.-2 Intermittent, ^TT^"^l Absence of direction
departure from established usage or recurrent. or command.-Comp. ^f^ a, doing
principle; Bfqpqr;c is of two kinds ^rXJ'S^ a, [ q. q". ] Helpless, what is not commanded; or (Bfq-Bff-
F^FlTf^q ^^^^{A (nfA^^^ '^X^'^X'^. poor, forlorn, parentless, orphan ^^qi*r ) not doing what is ordered.
^'?!T^ I'd' ct. 1 Unknown , not ( as a child ); widowed ( ag a wife); ^rTTlT a. 1 =BfqFF^ q.V. -2 Not
properly known. - 2 Surpassing all having no master or natural protec- eatable; what ought not to be eaten.
that has yet been known. tor^ without a protector in general; ^TtTT^lT! a. Without support, an
^5|"tcr7 ct. Pree from or devoid ^Tf^trf^^q^r ^r^^^q'Tq^f^T fqq^'E^ epithet applicable, according to the
of heat or the blaze of the sun, not U. 1.43;K. 12.12.-^* Yed.Helpless- Naiyayikas; to eternal objects only
exposed to heat, cool, shady; qf^^^- ness.-Comp.fq^q;,-fqRrqf:' giver (such as sky ), or to Brahma accord-
^Tq-frfq fqr'^^^fTfft'y^ ^ Tfrf; Bh. of food to thepobr,'N.of a merchant ing to the Yedantins.
2. 90. q: Coolness, shade. in whose garden Buddha Gautama
^ r n f ^ a. IWithout mental pain
^Tcn^'T ct. 1 Not eager, indif- used to instruct his pupils. ^f^f
or anxiety; B. 9. 54.
ferent; <fc^iT5-rf%: v.LforBfqj^^M. a poor-house.
3.15.-2 Not fatigued,unwearied; ^ % ^ ? r r ^ ^ a. Yed. Not checking
^ r r ^ ct. [ q. q". ] Showing no
^^ff^fi^: B. 1. 2 1 . - 3 Not ill or respect , indifferent, calm, regard- or not being checked.
diseased, well, healthy, in good less ; M. 3. 15. - ^ : [ q . q . ] l Dis- 3Tqr^S'-^2f a, 1 Invincible, un-
health; Bjqr^^: J^rFf^r^qqqTrf^Pfrf regard, disrespect, disdain, contempt; checked, irresistible. - 2 Perfect,
=q^rT Ms. 2. 187; 4. 144. unimpaired.
^X *^Rrqt P. I I . 3. 38, q^^fq^^ff^
^TTTr^T^ a. [ q . q. ] 1 Destitute ^rqrq^ f^r^r>s srfrrf 17.-2 Ease, ^ T ^ r ^ ^ ^ I a. Yed. Inimitable,
unparalleled.
of spirit or mind. ~2 Not spiritual, facility ( one of the senses of Bq^^
corporeal. - 3 One who has not re- being ^ effort or care', see the word); ^ ^ r ^ f a. Yed. [ Bfq ^^^. g-.
strained his self; BTqT^qq"^^ ^%'^ q- ^tftrf^tfqtT^ir^q: U. 1 (perhaps ^ ^. rf., q-. ^ : ] Unsurpassed in
^rffclq^q^qrl^Bg. 6 . 6 . - m . [sfq^- also * without any respect for the giving (Bfj^q^^).
^qt fq^F ^' ^rq\ q, q. ] Not self, a- bow of the great god') ; B^qf^Cnrrrf- ^ T ^ T T ^ ^ ^ 1 Separation of the
nother, something different from Bff- ^ ^ T ^ r ^ q r Ki. 14. 36. different members of compounds by
?qq; (spirit or soul) i. e. the perish- ^TrfX^^iiT Disrespectful conduct, the intervention of others. - 2 Not
able body; Bfqfq: qfcq^ q t q ^ q q ?q-- neglect. coming in regular order.
^q^ >s^F I ^qqTqpq^fqFr^q "^^AA qj- BTqrqfc? ct. Disrespectful, irre- ^ ^STrfT^^^j / . Yed. Neglect,
rFi'^qfq:ll ^qi^q^^^qfr^T qF>sF'q^rq- verent. absence of experience or observation,
F?^F[%rfF II-Comp.icT? ^Tq'Ta. 1. ^wf^^ a, [ Bfff^: qfF^of q r % [ ^ ^|- inattention. (pl.)Neglectful people.
devoid of spiritual knowledge or qfl'^q q^q q: ] Having no beginning, ^'TT'TT / . Absence of calamity
true wisdom. 2, not knowing one-
eternal, existing from eternity, epi- or misfortune; Ms. 4. 2.
self, foolish, silly; qf rffqqqTcq^ S.
thet of qxA'Hx; ^ n q f f q ^ n t ^ ^ ^ Ku. ^ ^ i f t r ct, Bff^q-sqqr qrtfq- ^q; ^j^-
6; ^^ qfrrqiq-fffq^ ^^fqf^flf qf^ j^:
M. 1; ^^qpTff q^TqTcqqftrff .S^i. 15. 2, 9; BTqff'^^rfq^rfRr^: ^tqfrrqqrr- (A^^mA^^yq. q-. Tv. ] Without
;C^; also of fl^nqqq-.-Comp.-BTqrf,- friends or kindreds.
22. Sfcifq^ reflection that there
is no spirit or soul (with Buddhists). BTrf a. without beginning and end; ^5TTH ct, 1 Not obtained. - 2 Not
^q?r ct. foolish, destitute of eternal.(-rf:) N. of/Siva.^vjq- a, reaching or attaining, unsuccessful
having neither beginning nor end, in the attempt to get. ^3 Unfit, not
qualities ( of the soul ), not self-
eternal. q^^fRf a. having no begin- apt, unskilful ; ^T^^^f: XTF^^^qf^
possessed; q- ^'^qfqf^q^q^ff^ff^Jfffrf
ning, middle or end; eternal. '^f A^Ti ^A ^ Ms. 8. 294. - H :
qfl-ff: Pt. 1. 49.
^T^Tfrtrff-c^ State of having no be- A stranger.
BTq-rcqqT<^. [ ^FF'^q ^fF^qF l^qfT qq ]
ginning. ^ ^ f ? ^ : / . Non-attaininent.
Unreal, transitory, of an unendur-
^T^TT^^^.Not produced or effect- B^qTH" ct.^ Not getting &c.; BT^fg-
ing character, an epithet (with Bud-
ed, having no beginning. ^q^f Si. 16. 38 not touched by sin.
dhists) for the world.
^qr^'ft'^T a. Not adapted to, or ^*TT^TT'^ ct- Paultless; ^q^Jgq"- ^5rroT%5|; a. Yed. [Bfirqqrq Bff-
for the benefit of, self; disinterested. W^rfpTTq^fffqq^fn:^ ^ i . 2. 22. ^F-^^F-fPf? Bffqfqq; q. q. ] Not at all
^m 62 ^imM
afraid, fearless, undaunted; BTTf^- checked.-2Not propped or support- ^Trrr5Ct^ a. [ q-n^q BfF^F^* q^iffq;
f^5fR^%Bv. 8. 2. 1. ed.-3Not long,of short duration; BT- q.q-. ]Unwholesome, not conducive
^ T ^ ^ a. Yed. [ Bffprij^^q qqrft- Tf^T^r^qHf^^t^m'^ ^mjx'A K. 175. to good health, fatal to health; B^qT'
x^^^' ^^Fqf ^ . rf. ] Not praising or - 4 Continuous, close, unseparated. 5^fq?fr^tT^q^qT^=qff^rW?f Ms. 2.
worshipping, irreligious ( ^XXAX^,); ^ ^ W T I <^. Notdependent;*"%^- 57* T^i" Sickness, indisposition;
not coming in front. q*?E^ K.45 not swayed by; uncontrol- "^XXX unhealthy, unwholesome.
^ T T f l ^ a. 1 Nameless. - 2 In- led, independent; (Jrilcj^^^^r^- ^"RTSf^ ct' Crooked; dishonest.
famous. w. 1 ^The nameless'month, ^ '^^r^TffFrfrfr H.2. 22 freedom, # 1 Crookedness(moral also),fraud,
an intercalary month. - 2 The ring- independent livelihood, indepen- insincerity Si, 8. 11. - 2 [ qfF^q Bffclq
finger; see BfqrpfqrF below.:?^. [Bf- dence of life. q r r ^ X^XXr^^ ^F ^ ? ^ ^ ] Disease.
qqqqi, ^A ^sSW ^T^Tqfrf ^ ^ , ^fff:^- BTHNH ^- [^ ^^A "W^A q^] In- ^ * r r ^ ' ^ ^- ( ^ / . ) Unseasonable,
r%q^ Tv. ] Piles ( Bf^frTf ). variable (qqrfq). inopportune, premature (as a flower
BTqfq^ ct. [q. q-. ^ ^ ^ ^ t ] Name- ^ r J l i i r g * a. Not troublesome or blossoming out of season ). qf A
less, infamous.5frJ-^=^HT^^ above.
difficult, easy ; qqr:?rq=#fq^ % g p T ^ girl who has not attained to puber-
BT^TTHf, BTHrf^i^r [ ^ ^ "^^ wAxn- ^^^r mx^ ^^X^S. 2. - ^ : l Pa- ty ( the menstruation period ),
f^q^ q^qft, ^ F t ^ ] The ring-finger; cility, ease, absence of difficulty or
^ r ( | 4 a. Not respectable (not
so called because it has no name exertion; ^fttf At^^ q^ f ^ q f ^ q ^ q
deserving to be styled BfF^), not
like the other fingers; cf. Tv. qqF ff qf I ^ q r f q ^ ^ i f q Bfqyqfq-: ;q ^^q^ II
polite or decent; vulgar; not belong-
FiFqq ^ R f ^ ? ^ , W^ r f ^ ^qf^^Tfrft- - 2 Idleness, neglect ; %q" easily,
ing to an.4rya, unworthy, vile, base,
qqr; ^Tcfqq rf^F- q F * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ w r l r ^- without difficulty, readily. -Comp.
mean, wretched; BTqT^lq'r^^Ffq':
F'qqHH4\4^?F^=fFrq cfq F%^^ I ^ ^ ^ - fJTf Cl. done easily or readily,
Ms. 9. 260; BT?rrrfN ^ ^ ^ r ^ffff-
^ ^qt &^rF5T(pTqrqFi^^ |?T^qF^^f^^F- (-ff) an infusion prepared without
orr?j- 10. 66 ] H . 4. 25 ; ^ 3 " ^ r q-fq
5.qF5 q\A epkf^^Vll; also qxx ^F^^f- effort or exertion ( prepared extem- t^r-S^m'^f^qRf: Nir. void of ulryas;
qqfq^n qrpffeW'^f^cfqfFF'r^^^ I Bf^qrf^ poraneously ) Ak. See qq2*.
Ai^ri^i'MiHqr^^iwR!^ ^ T ^ S' 4
qg^qqf^rqF^^^F^r xxrA^l ^^^ II.
^ T l ^ ^ ct' [ ^F5^ q-Fl^ ^. q. ] the king has behaved basely or un-
Subhash.
Not giving long life, fatal to long worthily towards /S^akuntala; qf^qf-
^ ^ W q * ct' [ qff^q ^fprqt tFXX ^x^]
life ( such as excessive food, sexual f^'^f?^^'-^mI^fvS'TT^+ir-^R^"^ Ye.4.
Free from disease, healthy, sound ; union &c. ) ; BTHltf^^HHfg^^H^q^ .^; 1 One who is not a n ^ r y a . - 2 A
^r^=qt>^rftFrt'^r: Tt Tssr^^rqr^^ Bg. : ^ r f ^ 7 i n t Ms. 2. 57, 4. 134. country not inhabited by the ^ryas.
2. 51 where there is no unhappiness. - 3 A ^iidra.-4 AMlechchha.-5 An
^rTTCcf ct. 1 Not - ceasing or stop-
?T:-^Grood or sound health; health, ignoble person.-Coilip. sfTp^g; a.
ping, continuous, uninterrupted.-2
well-being, welfare ; ;^ HtrPTqT'f^- doing work unbecoming an ^ r y a or
JTST^^^^f S' 5 ; q^'trff ^frqqrl'T- Eternal.^ 1 Continuity. - 2 Ab-
becoming only a non-J. rya.^ a. of
q"fq^ q^-fe^ K. 192 inquired about solute non-entity (Bfcqqfqfq).ac^-y. vile or base origin, (-^f; [Bfqf^^
her health; BTc^fqfH^ ^TJCT: M V . 1 Continuously, always; eternally; iffcf ] agallochum (being produced in
how does the king do 1 ^ F f ^ ^ ^ ^ ^xmx^ ^ A^^ MArXX- Ki. 1.15, 40. the country of the Mlechchhas&c).
T ^ ^ r ^ ^ ^ q ' f q ^ 1 1 ^ ^ * ^qf'P^ ^TT^Vr* Non-commencement, WH" a. discarded by the good, not
f [ ^ f ^ ^ ^ % ^ ^ M s . 2 . 127.-;q: [qff^ not undertaking; fqqff^ ^^ qXXXX^Al' practised or observed by the ^ r y a s
qq qxH\q^] N. of Yishnu ( or SiYn ^wxx^ '^: jf^^ff^:^ s . 3; % ^ ^r- or respectable people.R^rfT: [ Bfqf-
according to some); ^cr^^fftil^fr^i**:; ^ H f 5Ttntff^H^r^^. qf^q: fqrF: ^m^. q ] N. of the plant
f^jfl ^FiiTf^^^^^F' f^^qFW q^qf^qf- ^ q K ^ ^ (t. Unfit to be commenc- Gentiana Cherayta Box. ( M a r .
TqT. ed or undertaken ^V^c^. Without T^^ffcf).
B^qtHTC a. Yed. Not causing pain commencing ; without reference to BT^Tf^ [ 3T^^ ^ Ht 3 f ^ q * ]
or hurt, not hurting. TI. Health (1) any particular thing; e. g. qfq: Agallochum or aloe wood.
BTqiH^T^ ct' 1 Not injuring or detached remark (upon sacrifices &c); 5i:pTT^ a. 1 Not belonging to the
paining ; f ^E^^^fqqfqf^t^^ Bv.lO* f%F%^?^^f:^ ^ ^ ^ = ^ q ^ f^FP-q^^:^ ^^shis, not Yedic; not belonging to
137. 7i-2 Salubrious, curative. SfF^^q^:.-Comp. -BT^frf a. [ q the text of a Yedic hymn ( as ffrf
^ r r f t r ^ a. w i t h o u t flesh or ^ff^q* f%"l%[^: ] studied or taught used in the Padap^tha with certain
any bait ; bootless, profitless. or read without reference to any words not followed in the /S'amhita
^'iT^Jtir a. [ BfF^F'^Ft^lf^^^T particular subject ( not as part of a by f]%); ^ l i ^ w ^ ^ ^ ^ t f ^ BTqf^ B-
qr. H. ^. ] Having no injurer ox an regular or authoritative work);learnt 1.1.16 (-BftF-^ Sk.).-2 Not added to
enemy that can injure (fl^qrtflrf). as a detached subject; qqf A^vAx ^A- a ^tshi^s name ( as an affix ) ; P .
3TTT55<r ^* Iinmortal. x^^ f^qfqf Ai"^- AAx AwAx ^fqi^r'-qf- l Y . 1. 78.
^TTT^PF a. Without a leader, vflqcqF5 5 r # ^^ WAAx^ ^xA Atmx- BT?n^^=3fqF#.
disorderly. STr|T^!Vinr ct. Having no support ^T*TT^^ a. W i t h o u t support or
^^|i(<j a. 1 Unrestrained, un- ( for BfqFt^q ); also written Bfqf^qtq. stay ; cFq'qrtC^TqTciqrr cfftf^'iMfHr'^'Cf-
^RT^yp^ 63 ^ ^
^{A Si. 2. 52.^: Want of Support; Being ; BTqf^fqtwq^^ Mb. ( f^^- ^ ' d l ^ O ct. 1 Unbeaten, un-
despondency. ^ /Siva's lute. ^q qr%K?rqpf^qf^F^Ttl ) wounded, intact.-2 [ Bfffq % ^\ifx
. ^ ^ ^ ( ^ ) ^ ^ woman du- ^ R T ^ a. [ q^^qr, q. q. ] I'lm-- ^F q^FF^q q ^ ] New and unbleached
ring menstruation (r^f^qc^F). perishable, indestructible. - 2 [ Bf^ (as cloth) (Mar. ^ f ^ ) . ^3 Not
STTr<?iT7 a. [ q . q * , ] Keserved, ^^> ^. A' ] NQt pervading or oc- produced by beating ( as sound ).-4:
Not multiplied. A-XXi The 4th of
taciturn. q: Keserve, taciturnity. cupying;-3 [q-Bff^] Not quick,slow.
the mystical Chakras in the body,
3T5TT^rf%^ ct' Unseen, unheed- ^TT^rfiT^ ni. One who does
(qqw% ^\Ak r ^ ^ ^ jf^caijTr-.^i^^j^
ed, unconsidered, u.nexpected, not not belong to, or follow, any of the ^F^^^c5-q^);:?F-tF ^^^^^^F^^Ff^t qq
4 orders of life ( ^f^'qi^F'^q^^q );
well considered or examined, rash.
BTJTf^^rjT f?f^ ^rq-q^rqfq ff^:; ^AA I 3fqFfqF^q cfq; qff JI'^F'^; qFt-
^RT^^EJX a. Yed. Not yielding
BTq'f'Jfq-q-qr^: not dwelling in any ^ F ( t q ^ II
or desisting. .i^rama. ^TT1!R ^' Abstaining from
^ T R T R T : /.Non-return(to birth), ^ 5 T [ " ^ ^ a. Defenceless, unpro- food, fasting. ^: 1 Abstinence from
final emancipation. food, fasting; BT5Tffr>rf^frr?f ^'frnqRf-
tected, isolated. ^: Self-depen-
^^r^f^^ ct' Not recurring or re- dence, isolation, absence of support. s;qffq H , 1. - 2 Non-production.^3
turning ; ^x ^x^X ^^XXA ^ f^f rf^ ^ T T ^ ^ a. Not listening to, ob- Non-seizure.
BT^ffif^? ct. Pasting.
i j f ^ ^ E h . 3. 115.
stinate, turning a deaf ear to; ^ ^ n T M ct. 1 Not artificial, na-
B ^ r l t H ^ ' a. 1 Not pierced or
^r^flr^rfq 3Frr^%qr#g Dk. 57 ; tural, not producible.-2 Not eatable.
wounded ; unperforated; ^g ^ S. K. 350; Prqiqr^qf^^: E. 19. 49.
^vil^fcT* / . N o t sacrificing; a sac-
2. 10.-2 Unhurt, uninjured. STrTrfWcT ^' ^ o t connected with, rifice not worthy of that name;
^Trr^R7 ct.l Not turbid or mud- or dependent on, independent, de-
also an improper oblation.
dy, pure, clear. - 2 Not marshy, tached ; non-inherent.
wholesome, salubrious, as a country ^sqfgrgr ^- ^^^ called, uninvit-
^ ^ T ^ ^ g ^ a. [ Bf^ qt^% W^ (A- ed.-Comp.^T5ff^q^ an. uncalled-
Ms. 7. 69 (fFJtFqq^^qFfcT ). qXrXi q. q. P . I I I . 2. 109] Not havingfor speaker or boaster. ;jqjq^ a.
^rff^Tl" Ct. Not returning, not eaten or enjoyed, fasting ; ^?f5||^-
seated as an uninvited guest.
repeated, being for the first time; q- Axxxx^m Ki. 12. 2] Si. U. 4:9.
^f^%^ ct' Houseless, vagrant;
t^rlFCEfqrfrff qt^?qr^ m^^r^r. ^ T j T ^ a. [ BfF^?r ft'U^q'rf t\^^' having no fixed abode ( a s a re-
^rqfff^: / . 1 Non-return, absence
^ q ffq ^ : 5 ^ , q'^Fff^rf qp:fqr|q Bf^q ] cluse ) ; Ms. 6. 25, 43.
of repetition or recurrence. - 2 Non-
return (to birth), final emancipation. Without mouth or face; without the ^ ^ ^ * [^ f f ^^^A ^x^mx^ qf
power of speech (Bff^q^qF^^^Tff^)* qof] Not (true) sugarcane, a sort of
ST^rr^flr: / . D r o u g h t , one of the
kinds of ffrf q.v. 3{ri|^|f^'<i a. Not obtained, long grass or reed producing coarse
not found or met w i t h ; not en- sugar ; Saccharum Spontaneum.
STJfT^^E^t Uninjured condition.
countered or attacked; not occurred
^TrTT^ a. [ q. q-, q[f^ BfF^ q ^ ] or having happened, non-existent. Sffrf^rfinn' 1* "^^^ swallowed.-2
1 Hopeless, despondent. - 2 [ q f i ^ -Comp. fqpqf a. unused to war, ( In Ehet.) Not hidden or concealed,
qF# q^q ] Imperishable, living, un- having had no occasion to fight. present, not to be supplied (Bfq-q^q-
destroyed. ^ ) ; e. g. in Bf^: ^ \ qFqFt, the \Asq
^3T5TT^^ 1 IndifPerence, uncon-
BTqr?[fqr. [q ^ ^ q ^ q ^ r ^ 3fF^: cern, want of consideration; B^qi^qr of the horse is not F ' q ^ or hidden.
3f^q q ^ , n qFfr q ^ ^F, ^. q". qrq; ] ^(13^^55 K^. 6. 63; fq%^qqr^'qT ^sT^ ^rfrfi^"^ a. Unrestrained, invin-
Devoid of full enjoyment or inde- ^n%%5 E. 2. 5 7 ; ^ r ^ q f f q ^ ^ f q f ^ r cible, unconquerable. f: 1 Non-
structible, not hurtful. q^ Past, frf ^ qff^ ^rff Ku. 6.12 a male restraint.-2 Non-refutation.-3" Not
abstaining from eating even to death; or female is no consideration &c.;Ki. admitting one's defeat in argument;
5 ^ ^ ^ ^ r f q ^ ^ q r ^ l ^ ^ q q - fqfq- 4. 34. - 2 Want of faith or confi- ^rf occasion of non-refutation.
cqr 5^#qRf BW. AT. Up; Y. 3. 154. dence, want of devotedness, disre- ^ f * r ^ ^ ct' Not divisible, a
BTqrr^^rm [ ^ ^f^^ ^^mx- ^F- spect; BTc5Sf;|q^q frf^^ ^^TTc^Tqrr^qT word not divisible.
rqx TXX^XA qi^g"^: ] The state of ^ ^ - Mv. 2. 39 diffidence.a. ( 5 ^ ) In- ^fTf^j-=5grq7,-=5^,- '5^qfr-,=e3rHa.
^q, u.nniarried or student's life, de- different. Not desirous,unwilling, averse,reluc-
voted to contemplation and know- ^WFE^JTf ct. 1 Having no fixed tant; BTi^Sfrfqfq qf against my will.
ledge of the soul; Bfq- q^qf^nqrFqqFV seat or site, - 2 Having or yielding BTfq^5|^ Unwillingness, indiffer-
rqrq^^ ^irqqqq qq; I q^ ^^^x q q ^ - no basis or fulcrum, unfit for a ence, reluctance.
<A A ^^irq^NT5f^ ^^- ^P > ^ coursefixed seat (as water );Ev. 1. 116. 5.
^ f ^ ? r ^' [ ^ - ^ ^ ] ^ ^ ^ gone
of fasting as a penance ( 1 ) . STrniE^T^ ^* Without taste, in- with, unattended, destitute of ; ** ^\
S^rfT^T^ a. Not praised. sipid. q; Insipidity. having no splendour ; qFfrf^^S^rf-
^^RTf^[R^ [ ^ ^ ^ t)r q qxA- ^TTf^rfqrf a. Untasted ; S. 2. 10. ^ ^ ^ f ^ t ^ ^ ^ K . 9. 38; Si' 6. 60.
qTt^TT'wB'; q. qr. ] Imperishable, in- ^HT^TT^ ct' Without injury or ^ P K C ^ a. 1 Not eternal or
destructible, as the Soul or Supreme hurt ( fe-^Rltrf ). everlasting, transient, non-eternal,
rf^3( 64 ^Tf^r^
perishable ( qifq?:)(opp. f^rq) ] Tf- ^f^T''^Trt5nr ct. Not falling down watchful. - 3 Open ( as eyes, flowers).
( to sleep ), untiring. 'Sf: 1 A god ( for the eyes of gods
T. S. 9 (BffqFqF=qrFq^q-F ) ; See pf?q; do not t w i n k l e ) ; AS'I. 5. 5 7 . - 2
^RTTcT* Not a fall, continu-
^ fq^qpT^^ XAA^ ^^qr^qf i ance of life. A fish.-3 Vishnu.-4 N. of Mahakala.
^ ^ : qrpf?r r^^frf rfvf r5S\q ^A% xAx II ^Ff^nr ^' ^^^ bound, incohe- -Comp. |;ft',-q^q'r^f^5T a. look-
H. 1. 4 8 ; Ms. 6. 77;>qqf^R^^; g ^ - rent; 5T^fq^ prattling ( talking ing steadfastly or with a fixed gaze,
|:%c2ifq^ ^qi-^Pfc^f tg^^^fciff^- incoherently ). gazing intently.
^ : Mb. - 2 Occasional, temporary, BTP^HCT^ a. Eelating to the gods.
^ f M r r ^ ct. Unobstructed; Ev. ^TT^T^^ ct' 1 Uncontrolled, un-
casual; not peremptory or obligatory
as a rule &c., special.-3 Unusual, 3. 1. 11.-\q-: Liberty. restricted. - 2 Indefinite, uncertain,
extraordinary; qof ^qfcfq^^ P. Y. 4. ^ F T ^ J ^ ct. 1 Not private or re- not fixed; irregular ( forms also ) ;
30(rfritqqr:^fqqBf?q^4rH- ^qq^qffq served, public, open, not hidden. A^ W f rfr^^^qF S. 2 at irregular
^TFq:); BTfqf^^fq?^ III. 1. 127 {q - 2 Immodest, bold.-3 Unsteady, not hours.-3 Causeless,casual,incidental,
fl" ^Ffq'?qFc[F^qq>si'q^q^ ^qq^w^qc^qiq; firm, tremulous; ' ' ^ ' t ^ f ^ ^ ^ fq%5 occasional; ^fqrffrof (q^qq^ffc^qr)
Sk.) See VI. 1. 1 4 7 . - 4 Unsteady, Me. 68; q r 5 T ^ f ^ ^ | : Ki. 3. 60, 13. U. 4. 4 ; MM. 10. 2.-Comp.-BtqT:
fickle,not permanent;BTfqr'^^q"q'^ 66;BTO!'^^nrf?cr^qfq^^: ^f^'q'?:- an indeterminate digit ( in Math. ).
H.4. 68; ff3ff ffrff: Eam.-5 Uncer- fq- MaL 2 . 1 2 not hidden, loud; -^BTr^5 a. not self-possessed, whose
tain, doubtful; BTR^t fq^f^f ^^^Tf5- Si. 10. 66. See f^^q also. soul is not properly controlled. 3^CRT
??^% l ^ ^ m r q ^ : Ms. 7.199;fq^^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^. [F^-^;f^-^,F'^'TFq: ^-q. ] a woman loose in conduct, unchaste.
f O f ^ ^ ^ ^ Pt. 3. 22. ^ adv. Unobstructed, unimpaired, unabat- f|% a. 1. liaving no regular or
Occasionally, not permanently, inci- ed ; E v . 2. 25. 4, 10. 116. 6. fixed employment or application (as
dentally, casually; BTPf^ ff fl^^f STfrfyq* a. Not wealthy ( f^q). a word). 2. having no regular income.
^^xi Ms. 3. 102. -Comp.^^q;: ^ f r f ^ ^ W ct. Unrestrained, un-
S T ^ f l ^ : [ ^-^Fqq ^ % % ^ F %
f ^ l an occasional act, vsuch as a controlled, free; "BT^^fitt qfq rfq-
sacrifice for a special purpose,
qTfof^q; f?qT'^:5ffqq, ^qqrFqfrf qqxi^^-
q,"t-q7. Tv. ] 1 A frog (q^qifr^'q f^q^q: S. 1.
a voluntary and occasional act. qrf-,
jq^^ttqqFq;). - 2 A cuckoo.-3 A bee ^T^T^TT* 1 Absence of rule, con-
-qrfqf: ,-qpfq: a son given by his
parents to another temporarily (for (^^%^Fq" cF%: q j ^ ^ ^ q ^rqrF^qTq?qFq[). trol, regulation or fixed order; no
temporary or preliminary adoption). - 4 The filament of a lotus, q^- settled rule or direction; q^A ^W
jpcifW^r ( with Buddhists ) the %^.-"5 N. of the tree q\xq: Med. ^^q ^q# Ft'qf^qr: | q^- qF^ 5^ t q tl^
consciousness that every thing is ^TTH^T^ a. Unbounded, immense qsqi%q%7fq:||Ch. M. - 2 Irregularity,
perishable and is passing away.^ff- (3fq[tf^^; '^qT^gqqf^j Ev. 1. 27.11. uncertainty, indefiniteness, vague-
q-; transitoriness, transient state, ness, doubt. - 3 Improper conduct.
^ T f T ^ ^ ct. Causeless, ground-
limited nature or existence; so Bf- -"a.jB#r2ff^rf a. Irregular.
less; casual, incidental; ^^^^^^-^pr-
f^^rff-^^ frailty, instability.^fq: ^rt^r^TFTT^rffr^: S. 7. 17; OTffq^f dis- ^frf^^* An assessor at a
a sophism or fallacious reasoning court who has not been formally
interested, Dk. 25; ^cgRf3T M. 3. 9.
which generalizes what is excep- appointed and who is not entitled
Tf 1 Absence of an adequate
tional ( as Bfpf?q?q ). ^q|5:i: a com- to vote.
cause or occasion, causelessness,
pound which it is not obligatory to groundlessness. - 2 A bad omen, ill- S T T ^ . [ ^ f t f q ^ ^?FqqW, f^-qr
form in every case ( the sense of omen ; =qr^f TfiE^q'q^^qf^fq^xrqr^- rjo -f^: ] That cannot be propelled
which may be equally expressed by fifs^ff^ Mk. 6 ; qqfpffqTfn^ ff ? t ^ - or driven along ; BTq ^ f BT^^T?i^?j
resolving it into its constituent flf 9. 10; ^qqf^ B^f^pf:^^ Ye, Ev. 8. 48. 11 (^^Hfgq-^qq).-?T
members.). 2, 3. adv., -;q: Groundlessly, 1 Want of food; utter destitution
^ f r f ^ a. Sleepless, awake; (Ag.) causelessly, without any adequate (^f^rFCrf^fR^ ); iiqq^iM^fH^rqr
vigilant, watchful, gr sleepless- cause; BTf^^rff^^qq^ ^ q ^ ^ q r f : Ev. 7. 71. 2. - 2 [ qrf^q f n ^f^ q^qf:
ness, vigilance.
^XXWS^ ^^f^ ^' 1* 1^3 Ms.4.144. q, q". ] A calamity such as Bfrqif*?-^
s r f ^ ^ S ct' Unchecked, unsub- - Comp. Rf^ff^^r averting ill ^T^Fflt (=f(t).
dued. omens. fc^^Pff^tf- a kind of ophthal- ^R^nrnF^'^t Not obstructing or
^iTfTfTT a. Ved. Having no master mic disease ending in total darkness. warding off.
or lord ( f q ) . STl^fin^-'qr-^'q ind. Ved. Without ^ r ^ T ^ ^ a. 1 Not articulated or
BTFT^ ct. [ ^. ^ ] Dispensing winking, vigilantly; incessantly. clearly spoken.- 2 Not clearly stated
with or disregarding Indra or his BTfqFT {A)^ a. [ q. q-. ] 1 Not or explained, vague, not plainer
worship; ( ftPTF^qf^'^ ); HTTTq^T: f- winking, steadfastly or intently well-defined; TfrsTrrfj^^qq": ^f^^q:
qq^2^^' BY. 5. 2. 3. fixed; ;^rq^^f^iT?f^rq^ K. 102; Katy.; ^Rq?f?^>S'^r^>>SfqT%Ait.
^T^fSC^ 1 Eeason (that which is q^q^f 131; ^|5^rfq^'qrqfqTI^fff%f%: Br. -Comp. Tff^ indistinct singing
not the senses ).-2 Not an organ E. 3. 4 3 ; q ^ q ^ q ^ r l r : K. 50 fish or humming, a particular mode of
of sense, the mind. and twinkleless glances.-2 Vigilant, chanting the sqpff^*
9T^r^ 65 qf^
^f^P^ a. Unobstructed, free, ^X^ N. of a work by /Sriharsha, of Bhima and Hanumat. BTfl|^;[Bf-
uncontrolled, self-willed, unruly, un- also called ^?fi^T?fFf^; rf^ ^ ^ f T^- ft^!^f^^f:BfF^^: W^. ff.] 1.flatulence. ^2.
governable. ^ : 1A spy, secret emis- "^AX f^rfqrf F'^tgr^T^F^^ZfcfF ^FIRFF. rheumatism (^F^fH^). ? r , - f ^ r f ; i .
sary."2 N. of a son of Pradyumna. curing disorders from wind. ff^:
^ F f ^ T ' n ' a. Unwashed; unbath-
[Anirudclha was the son of Kama and
grandson of Kn'shwa.Usha, the daughter ed; B?^H^%r^r^fr^^o^2f qfAqx P* a large tree (f^^?f^) Terminalia
Belerica. q ^ ^ : pain and swelling
of a demon named Bana, fell in love with 1.71.
of the eyelids and outer parts of
him and had him brought by magic influ- S T F T ^ ^ i 1 Non-completion; non-
ence to her apartments in her father's city the eye. !T^f% a. of a windy na-
accomplishment. - 2 Inconclusive-
of ^Sfonitapura. Ba. a sent some guards to ture, (-frf:) N. of the planet Saturn.
ness. - 3 Insufficiency of income, be-
seize him, but the brave youth slew his o^Efff^: derangement of the bodily
ing straitened in means.
assailants with oidy an iron club, At last, (internal) wind. ^f?^: fire' ( t h e
however,he was secured by means of mag- Srf^rf^^ a. Not fatigued or tired; friend of wind); so ^ g : .
ic powers. On discovering where Ani- Btf^tfr^ m^ xA'^xm Si, 3.34. ^ P i ^ l T ^ c f ^- Inexperienced.
ruddha had been carried, Krish^^a, Bala- Bff^l^croj- a. Not depressed or
rama and Kama went to rescue him and fatigued; an epithet of Vishnu. ^TFr^rr^cT ct. Not well consider-
a great battle was fought. Bansi, though ed; ^ ^ ^ ^TfrsfF* ^\\*H^\ FTT Si.
BTI^^: Non-depression, absence
aided by /S'iva and Skanda, was van- 2. 27.
quished, but his life was spared at the of dejection or despondency;
srfilcJdVr ct. 1 Not turning away?
intercession of >S^iva, and Aniruddha was self-reliance, plucking up courage;
carried home to Dvaraka with Usha as BTpftf: n r ^ r JJcyJf^ff: qf ^ I 3T- firm, steadfast.--2 Eight, not fit to
be abandoned.
his wife. He had also another wife Ro- Rftr fl ^^ 56f^5f^3^^ Bam.;
chana, grand-daughter of king Rukmin 3?f^%rRrrpr ^^nf^ Y. 4; cf.'Eaint ^fil^TdHC ^l Brave,not retreat-
of Vidarbha, who bore him a son named
heart never won fair lady'. ing ; also an epithet of Vishriu and
Vajra. ].~3 Also N. of Vishnu ; and the Almighty God.~2Not returning;
^ f ^ ^ ct' 1 111 at ease, uneasy,
of /Siva; of an Arhat, a contem- ^^r?nfTf^^% ^ffrf 5 K p . 10.
porary of Buddha. ;^ A cord discomposed, unhappy. - 2 Unaccom-
or rope ( for fastening cattle). plished, unfulfilled (BfF'^fTf also in ^STRT%^TTR a. Not sitting
-Comp. -T^ [ q (Ax^' m q^ ^ . ] this sense). down or retiring to rest, ever going,
1. unobstructed path.-2. the sky, at- ^Mifd'-frf: / . 1 Uneasiness, restless; ^rjfprr ^ ^ f ^ ^ j f p f l - ; Kv. 7.
mosphere {qq qxxqwA ^lAxxq'^xqmrx). anxiety, disquietude.~2 Poverty, 49. 1.
^ff^ Aniruddha's wife Usha. destititiou; BTf?ffj%HWX'-^XX TT ^ - ^rf^r^r^TT Yed. Having no
^TPTuT^: Uncertainty,indecision. f frfTfr^ Trjr XJdb. place of rest.
^ f ^ ^ 5 ^f^ft^ff a. [ q fqqqwA ^ f ^ f ^ ^ a. Destitute of employ- s r f ^ ct. Ved. 1 Nightless, i, <?.
^m^uA WX ] Within the 10 days of ment, wretched, miserable. uninterrupted, incessant (f?rw rf^-
imjmrity caused either by child- ^TR^: [BTTfTl'^^t ^^^,^^ft^- f^^'^'^FT^rF^ t2-Ff^5fF^: m ^FffFf ^ ^ ) .
birth or death; f^rr^ g f ^ ^ ^ ^ 5 - ^ Un. 1. 54 ] 1 Wind; TmT^T^^^- - 2 Ever afraid. ^jf ind. Incessantly,
^ ^ r mxA^^ Ms. 5.75; Bqf%|^ff^ ^ff%^r%crr .S'. 7. 12; ^H-^f?5fr#Tf- ceaselessly; Bi^p^fiffq- H^RT^HST^T^
^ifr: ^rx 5. 8; 5. 79; 4. 212, 2 1 7 ; ^r^o^ffrf: Ku. 4. 30. ( T h e number ^"^nrr^f^Pmr AS. 3.4; Bv. %, 162.
not ten days old; BTf?fWrff ^f of winds is 7:BfF^ff ^^^q -^^^x
;Frrff Ms. 8. 2i2, A-^lxm I \A^l' ^xq^q AxX^x^^x^"^ II ^rf^rf^TcT ct. Ved. Not resting or
reposing, incessant; ' ' ^ incessantly
^ R f ^ ct' Undefined, not spe- and these are again subdivided in- flowing; Ev. 10. 89. 4.
cified ; fr SFTfTT TpRf^ V. 2 with- to 7 divisions, the total number
being 49). - 2 The god of wind. ~3 ^ f t r f ^ ^ j , ^ r % ^ Ved. a. Un-
out a definite aim.
One of the subordinate deities, 49 forbidden, unchecked,, unopposed.
BTR%f; Absence of positive rule
of whom form the class of winds. ^ ' T ^ ^ c T ct. Unfinished, not
or direction.
- 4 N. of one of the 8 Vasus, ^. e. s e t t l e d . - C o m p . - i p r ^ - ^ t r having
BTf?Tf?[^ a. Undefinable, ineffable,
the fifth.-5 The wind in the body, the guilt not settled, i.e. unexpiated.
indescribable, inexplicable, incom-
one of the humours; <> f;^^ ^ ^ ?r--6
parable; ^[?cr: ^^A' ^ r ^ ^^^5cf^- ^TT^rTB' a. 1 Unwished, undesir-
Kheumatism or any disease referred
^ 1 % V. 3. 18. ?[3t An epithet of able ; unfavourable, disagreeable, ill
to disorder of thewind.-7 The letter
the Supreme Being. O^^^^^ gen. ); ^'JTf^sft^R^ ? r f % r ' W -
5.-8 Symbolical expression for the
^ f ^ T ^ l R c r a. Not determined number 49.-9 N. of the lunar aster- PrqT?^?r # r r ^ M s . 9. 21 whatever ill
or ascertained. she thinks of her husband. - 2 Evil,
ism ^^Ff%.-10 N. of Vishnu (rf^ sff-
forbidden.-3 Bad, unlucky, ominous!
^ f ^ r f e a. Dirty, foul. 'TF^^F ^tf^4n:'^rT rPfFF^ ). ^COllip. - 4 Not honoured with a sacrifice.
^M|*c|?|^ a. 1 Unutterable, BT^^ way or course of the wind. ^ An evil, mishap, misfortune,
indescribable, undefinable, epithet -^^TrBTfRTJ . [sfi^HifWrflf^f] 1. calamity, disadvantage; a crime, of-
of the Supreme Being. -2 Impro- feeding on the wind, fasting.-2. a fence, wrong, unwelcome thing; * ^ -
per to be mentioned. ^ ( I n serpent. BTrf^; (wind-destroying) f ^ Mai. 8 . 1 2 ; > T ^ ^ ^ ^ f ^ ; ^ ^ . ^ .
Vedanta) 1 Maya or illusion, ig- N. of a plant ( Ingudi) or Bjirf^Gq-. ^l-*iHI^HiHi Hr'Jitrf^^ff^ K U . 5^42;
norance.-'2 The world. -Coilip.^J^- BTfrJT^: son of the wind, epithet ill-omen ; j^rtR^ ^ ^ r t H. 1.
9
^f^^fw^ 66
-Comp.BTjtf^^ a. followed by 1 An army, host, forces. - 2 Three ^X^ i^id. ( Either used with
or attended with calamities ; f^'Sf^fj-- chamus or one-tenth of a complete nouns to form adverbial compounds,
^Ai^E "PHFS ^ : i5^if^*rfd^f% K. army ( BT^FIWF ); 10935 foot, 6561 or as a prefix to verbs and verbal de-
155. BTrqrr'rf:/-,--^nrr^^ getting horse, 2187 elephants and as many rivatives, or as a separable preposi-
what is not desired, an undesired oc- chariots.-3 A lotus. tion with ace. and regarded as a ^ ^ -
currence. BT^^fg5<x.(H;q'^)indicat- ^Trft^ a. 1 Not loAV or vile, de- qq^Atq) 1 After, behind,along after
ing or boding ill. ?ff: an evil or cent, respectable.~2 Not pronounced ( T^F^ ); ^ f ^XXX^H^ ^S^xAtxA V . 5;
^?f^rH5^fl^Trf; ^^X ^^X'A' XX^^BK 8.
malignant planet. fE'^T ct, having with the Bfj^fxf aocent.-Comp.BT-
an evil and corrupt mind.Sf^Tf: 1. ^^^frf^ a. not associating with low 72; t Tx^^x^^ % f%Tf%s^^r % xx^-
an undesired occurrence.~2. connec- or vile persons. (-??^ ) a faithful RT^r^^r Mu. 1.14; B?#r ^f^c^rrfifr-
tion with a wrong object, argument husband. 5^cf: E. 6. 78; ^^?fr'^ ^f^^ff^-
^^^frf: Ku. 3. 23 ; ^q^ WXH^ ^xA-
or rule. ^?5" an evil result.^sn"f ^ f r ^ a. Having no abode (body),
fear of evil, - f r f : an evil omen. A^ ^Axmxxx mxxx^xAw^ E. 2, 24;
incorporeal, epithet of Agni. BTgf^^S^^n'^^f* q'^fHPJI.4.18 Sk.;
^ftfrT* / 1 Impropriety, immo- ^ ^ 3 ^^^?ff^#Tfff^^^f Mai. 9. 26
sacrificed.
rality ; injustice, wrong act; indis- afterwards.-2 Along, along-side, by
^ f r T l ^ . Ved. Unhurt. cretion, foolish conduct. - 2 (^-ff^* ) the side of, lengthwise {q^q "q ^\q\-
^i^fjf^qf^; / . Non-accomplish- Freedom from calamity. -Coiiip. ^' ); -^^XXA m^xfq^XX^X ^f^^f-
ment, non-completion. "~^?-R"^ ct. impolite, not discreet, ^^X^% ^^^r^ffE. 13. 6 1 ; m^'^'^^'
not conversant with policy. ^%x ^^^H^At^^xK\x^^r^x'^^jxxx~
rfF^^ ^ ^ l % ] So that the arrow (the ^ ^ f t ^ a. Not blue, white &c.; X^X^X TpiTf^ ' ^ ^ ^ ^ r ^ M b . ; BT^Tf^
feathery portion of it ) does not "^^ri^^ ni' * white-horsed'; N, of
come out on the other side; i, e. not Arjuna; Ki. 14. 26, 42. |sqxq-t;5"F%rFF ) s i t u a t e d alongside t h e
with great force. ^ T f T ^ Cf" 1 Having no lord or su-Ganges P . I I . 1. 16 S k . ; BTf^-
34fr|4;cn^ a. 1 Not crossed, set perior, paramount, supreme, with-
%m^H^^^' * | r ? r ^ r 5 ^ ' ^ ^ Me. 2I;
aside or got rid of. - 2 Unanswered, out a controller, uncontrolled; ^f%- 3.3 along the sides or slopes.-3 After,
unrefuted ( as a charge ). -Comp. q"35[?ff^^^ E. 10. 20.-2 Not a in consequence of,being indicated by;
'^fH^TTT: a defendant who has master or lord, having no mastery ^nr^S ^f^'T^E. I I 3. 8 Sk. (If ^^rf^Fqt-
not cleared himself of a charge (by or control over, not master of ( with q^WA q^A)', so ^^q^ xA^xxiA xA^^,
refuting i t ) . gen.); powerless; TTT^^fFnffmR^ ^ -
^ : S. 2; BT^f^f^r ^XXXm W^^ X^^^ -4: With, along with (^fF^);
3 R N r : - # r [^F^f?r ^ ^ ? ^ ^ ; ^ -
qx'^'^xA Y, 2. 19; Ms. 9. 104. - 3 connected with ; q^q^ BT^i%rff ^Tf
pfXq^ Uri. 4. 16-17] 1 ilrmy, forces;
Not one's own master, not indepen- P.I.4. 85 Sk. (?rw^f ^^vTF);^3r5Tr^rf^r-
troop, host; f|^r 5 ^f^^f^f?^ Bg.l.
dent (Bf^^rfV); TT^x wxAx^' ^A'^'-^i 1 " ^ 5 !f^,:^;Ku. 7.24 along with,con-
N. of Vishnu ( ^IPftfrfF ^f^-^^^FF%- temporaneously ;>S'i. 8. 56; f^Wf^f^^-
; q ^ H . 3. 80.-2 A collection, group, ^ fl ^ 0 . ^r Helplessness ( ^\q- ^^^ff^^ 9. 17. - 5 Inferior or sub-
mass; 5T^ffr^frgRlI^t^^ E. 3.53. ordinate to (tA)', m ^ f ^ ? f 5 rrpT^-
- 3 Battle, fight, combat. - 4 A
qx^); wxxA f^ 5^^f P^JfT^^s^^^- q^: Ki. 13. 52 inferior, lower in
row, line, marching column. - 5 ^rCr=^f^5fr*fnT: Mund. value orim]3ortance;BT5ffl: ^i:f:=fC-
Front, head; chief; ^ : ^ ?rr>S'fr%^- ^ f r ^ ' C Cl' 1 Having no superior, ff?ff: P. I. 4. 86 Sk.~6 In a parti-
R r f ^ : E v . 8.20. 12. ( % ^ % 5 ) ; uncontrolled. - 2 Unable; ^f^frff 55=f- cular relation or state ( f r^^rff^q'F^
BTf?l^ t^FTTRrfNi S'a.t. B r ; BTflf^- ^^FHTO^it^q^); HTFffqrs^?f5 Sk.
?Fr ^ ^ ^ . - 6 Face, countenance, ibid. Bv. 2. 182. - 3 Not relating to God; ( ^ ^ % t ^ ^ ^ HpTrFW^^3=?FrO an ar-
^^r^?f?^W^^ l l ' ^ r ^ - ^ ^ Ms. 6.72.-4 dent devotee of Vishnu; ^^c^f %X^JXX
( 5 ^ ) ( ^^^ ^F^rjF'^WFr^Fcl rf^^^ );
Not acknowledging God, atheistical. m ITS- ^^EWPPf^ 5^ qxn^ Eam. favour-
splendour; brilliance; form ( ^ ^ ) ;
^The godless one (with Sankhyas),* ably inclined or devoted to.-7 Hav-
.^^q?^ Ev. 7. 2. 23, 3 . " 6
epithet of the world; ^iTfr^i:?fr- ing a part or share, participation ; or
(mostly Ved. in these two senses).
s^fiiT^. - C o m p . ^^j atheism^ not one that claims a share of (^HFF);
- 7 Edge, point.-Comp.5E^: 1. a
acknowledging God as the Supreme ^F^tl^^^lrf %(A ^TR^^Tft; ry^Jffff^
warrior, combatant. - 2 . a sentinel;
Euler. ^JT^TJ '^n. one who main- (f^TFrf:) Sk., fFT^^TFt^HFTf^cf??^^:.
( armed ) watch. - 3 . an elephant-
tains the doctrine of no god or - 8 Eepetition^ in a distributive
driver, or its trainer. - 4 . a war-drum
atheism, an atheist. sense, mostly in comp. (^T^F^? (q^q-
or trumpet. - 5 . a signal, mark, sign.
B^pftcjf^ a.Ved. forming the face ^ r O ^ ex. Indifferent, listless.f: ^r^r ); ^ 5 f t ^ ^ day by day, every
or front rank ; occupying the fore- N. of a king of Ayodhya. f f Dis- ^ay ; BTg^^ every moment ;
most rank. regard, apathy, indifference, disin- ^^ every time, frequently ; ^ ^
BT^fl^f^: adv. I n rows or columns. clination; BT?fff^r Ki.2.10 carelesslj. f ^ ^ 3 f%'^Rf Sk. waters tree after
BT^ft^rft [ ^At^XX^X ^^:; 3 f ^ * ^ * BT5fn|^ a. Undesired,disagreeable, tree, i. e. every tree ( ^n^^j^sq-fcf^:
5f^f^^T^ ^f5?cq^F'. ffrf ^F, ^rfNr-fR ] unpleasant. rf Displeasure. %$":).-9 Towards, in the direction of
m 67 ^ T ^
near, to, at (BfjqF^EfTf^ P . I I . 1. 15); ^ ? r % q ' 1 A. To take pity or well or kindly disposed. - 3 Con-
BTS^JT^FpiFT: Sk.; ^f^ Si, 7. 24 compassion on,sympathize with,pity formable to; pleasing, agreeable or
near the river;Tn%^r^ ^m*ig g^'Wrf^: ( w i t h a c e ) . . f^5f%^ff?r^ff^rff favourable to, conducing to, capable
9, 55 to ( qi^ )] on or in, with the ^XX^X ^rS^TO Mai. 10; ^?T ^fffpff of; oft. in comp.;^q^'r5^r^ f ^ ^ -
force of the locative; ^'^cf^i^^f^rfST T R 5 ^ ^ Mk. 3 ; ^q% ^X^qxx 4.8; ^fcff: S. 2, 7] ^^-UhKi\^iAH\r{kM K.
r'^ri% 4:. 39, 7 . i ; ^ ^ J T f ^ ^ ? : 3 ^ ; T ^ with loc. also ; ^ f t ^ rf^ ^ T f ^ ^ 45 not inclined to pride ; f ^ H f g ^ -
t^Fyn^Sff^Hr^ ( ^ f : ^XX^X) Me. 50. jfc^jcfTTO'Mb. (7a2^5. To pity &c.; r^fff^ T Axxx 197 ; ^Ait^RiRdrs-
-10 I n orderly succession, according ^qrff ^mx 1f&f^ff5=^q^H Ku.4.39. ^r5cf?[f: E . 5. 76 befitting, suitable.
to; BT^^Ff in regular order; BT^^^- ^ S ^ T ^ ct. Pitying, taking com- r5": 1 A faithful or kind husband,
^ - ^ S ' ^ J ' i ^ ^ ' ^ in order of senior- passion on, sympathizing with. (tT^nj'^: S. D. or TT^jT^nrrf: TT^T^qf^^
ity; ^ 3 ^ 5 ^ t =W^X^ AFA S k . - l l ^5^?T^ ct' One who pities, kind- ^FFq'^RTF ^XXW^' )y a variety of q\qqx.
Corresponding with, like, in imita- hearted, compassionate. ?f Com- --2 * Pavourable to all, ' epithet of
tion of; ^ f JffffJ % ?^55fff^?:fwf xq passion, pity, tenderness, sympathy. Vishnu. ^f 1 N . of a tree {1^)
5 ^^\ ^ 5 ^ : Y. 4. 25; so BTJTfia;^ ^ S ^ T T [ ^ 1 ' ^ ^ ] Compassion, Croton Polyandrum. ~2 N . of a
to roar after or in imitation of. - 1 2 commiseration,pity; with gen.; ^qf^- metre. r^ 1 Favour, kindness.
Following, conformable to (Bfjrfrf); ^ r j ^ r t Eg. 10. 11 ; or with loc.; 'ffffrTP^^ryjfr^^r^ %H: K. P. 9.-2
^^ X^^^^X XX-^X ^f^'C^fff^E. ^TF^r ^ d T ^ J ^ T ^ r =^ E. 2. 63 ; ( Ehet.) A figure in which unfavour-
4. 12 (Bf5iTWF6'^^ ^X-^). -13 With re- or in comp.; Wrff^i^f ?f^ %?T E. 2. ableness turns into kindness ; BfqigrH'
gard to, towards, in respect of; 48 ; BTg^f^r ^f^^P.V. 3. 76? ^FrF^q^3f:^qF3tF^%rI^S.D.; fl'qrfFRf
BHb.44fH^5 ^fWx TW: Si, 14. 53;;^r- ^3^Pfrf P' p. Pitied; BTf^^ ^^ rfi"^ (Aq{^ ^xx^^^TX^ 1 ^^F^ 5 ^ r -
^ ^ 1 Tjf >Tfrf?:HS--14 On account of,by having a compassionate spirit, w*-^f ^ ^ ^ q * T# ?f^ II.
reason of (with abl.); ^Jf^^f ^rf ^- ^S^ft"^*^*. Pitying ( in comp. ) ; BT^^r^rff-cqf 1 Favour, conformity,
SRT^^ H " ^ ^HTTf^ I ^^ g R^^^FHT- sympathizing w i t h . kindness, good will; q'qr?<-g<r^|g'c^^^r''
irft^ sff^^ ^ ? : ^ % ^ II Eam. As a ^^^A^ pot. p. Pitiable, worthy ri;E. 1.^ 42 the wind being favour-
separable adverb Bfj is used only in of sympathy ; ^ ^^ ^qx^^ ^^X^~ able. -2 Prosperity.
the Vedas and means 9;fter, after- ^ c ^ r E . 1 4 . 7 4 ; ^ffrf^TT^^cjffHil:- BT3^^frf Den. P , To conciliate,
Wards, later on, now, at this time, Xiqx^ ix^Ax Ku. 3. 76. - c ^ : 1 A propitiate, act in a friendly way
again, once more, then, and further. courier, express messenger. - 2 An towards; (^)3T5^^rft^^fT^^T|^^
(The senses of Bfj as given by G. M. ascetic. fA^^' Ku. 2. 3 9 ; Ki. 13. 71 ; Si.
are :Bfj ^^'^q^^fFJ^F^WF^T^q^FI^F^F- ^ 5 [ ^ f ^ T Desire, wish. 7. 11.
5^-\f^[3:inH^{crfFJff^^?!t^% ; e. g, "^^ ^ 5 ^ W f^- [ ^tXX^X^ mW' ^J^'TF ^ 3 ^ 8 U. 1 To do after or
Sff^F^t; Bfj^F^Bf5f^^f?r;^f^% ^ 3 - cff ] 1 Agreeable to desire, according afterwards; follow; especially to
AA ^A[A} ^^mA ri^tf; ^f^^^ ^ 5 % ^ ; to one's desire.-2 [ Bfj^-pfq^ ^ir- imitate, do after or in imitation of,
^F^^^ ^ J ^ F F ' ^ ; ^FFH3^% TFrfr^'cfF^W Bf^] Desirous, lustful.?^ irtd. resemble, equal, copy ( with gen. );
^ ^ j fT% ^Jl"Fr^F:; \AAA ^q^AiA ; At will, according to desire or wish,
t^-s^-Sf BTg-JfJf^^i^ifrf:). The senses of as desired, at pleasure. ff: [Bf^^- Ku. 1 . 4 4 ; ? [ ^ r J f r T ^ f ^ ^ r ^ t r f f K.
Bfj may be thus ex];)ressed in verse:- q-: ^F^:] Proper or worthy desire; 10;BTg^frf% ^ T ^ ^ r ?fPTO^^ 6,282;
sTF^vSTrHF% ^ (q-^F^^) Ar^qrn ^^^^i desire; fTH fulfilling one^s desires, 5T5 ^T^^T^^q^f^gfT^fi^ M. 5; (also
cf^r I M ^ ^ ^m ^ ^mWi^qq\X\A II BT5^r?ft^ a, [ ^ F ^ ^ . ^TA ^ f ^F^; with ace.) ; ^^tPT???^PT; ^ f r ^ ^ -
^^^rfFq-f rf^ tA ^cfr^fF^' ^qq^q | Bf^- jq qrqq:; ^qqXlA qiA^ q^t AqX f^q^: ^^mx A t^Tf^nr: K. 76; ^t^^if^E'^"
P . V. 2. 11 Sk. ] Going at will 5 ^ ^ r C ^Ai Bk. 2. 8; ^;|rnc ^A-
or pleasure; one who acts as he ^^X^fx^xA V. 5; Ms. 2.199.--2 To
^ 5 : Ved. 1 A man.-2 N . of a
pleases ; BT^cfTRf^Trff ^"Jf Bk. requite, recompense.-3 To try on,
son of Yayati.
adjust, adapt; ^ ^ ^ 4 ^ f f r i Su^r.
S T ^ ^ T ^ a. [ ^F^q- q^' ] Op-
^ ^ a. [ Bfj-.^;^. P . V. 2. 74, ^^SRT Cl. Imitating^ ?:; A n
portune, timely, adapted or suited
^ ^ F ^ > f f [ t 3ff^: ^F^rfF Sk. ] 1 assistant.
to the time. ct ind. Opportunely,
Greedy ; desirous.-2 Libidinous, ^ g ^ ^ r l T f ^ J / . 1 Imitation; ^ -
on a proper occasion.
lustful (as a lover).-3 Sloping, fX^U'^A R^cft%^^y^ch<"'[ fSh^rift Mu.
^ ^ ^ J T T O R " Act of proclaiming or
^ 5 ^ ^ 10 P . To relate after 7. - 2 Copy, resemblance, similarity;
publishing.
(some one else), mention subse- ^l^'^rg^W onamatopoeia; BTsafrKT'
S T ^ ^ ^ a. [ BffTfrf: q^^ q^ ^A- 5^r=T^^rf ?rf> P . V I . 1. 98; V. 4.
quently. ..i^, *
^FF'^q^'f ^F ] 1 Pavourable, agreeable 57; I . 4. 6 2 ; ^J^f^^rf^^rf^jon-:
^ 3 5 F r ^ 1 Subsequent mention ; ( l i t . following the bank or slope,
Me. 69. - 3 Compliance; Bfff^f^^rff-
^it^- ^^A, w^r^%^^^rqA Ka^i. on according to the current, with the
P . I I . 4. 32.-2 Eolation, narration; 3 1 # ^ T I Taitt. Up.
grain; ), as wind, fate &c.; Jf^ Jf^ g*- BTJ^f m. 1 An imitator, - 2
discourse, conversation.
^ T ^ ^ r ^ r ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Me. 9;^Rf- Actor, performer.
^ j ? h n l < 4 ^ a . Tho next young- tf^T^ s. 4 . 1 0 ; cfft:^TnTr ^ i w s. BT5^q^7^. 1 Imitation.-2 [tf^*
est. 7 J V, 3. 2 0 . - 8 PriencUy, kind; xfA ^A} A subsequent rite,
68
^X^XiXX: [ f - ^ ^ ] Imitation, re- ^^pR"^ 1 P. To cry after^ "'5S-H 6 ; M ^ U T 115; Ki. 5. 2. - 2
semblance; ^ > n g ^ ^ * ^^ ^^fA reply to the sound; ^f^^lts^rffrf- To follow, practise, observe, obey,
^ ^ f ^ r T O F f t ^ : M^L 9. ^f5rrr^55[ttc2f^r ^ 5 ^ : Mai. 9. 7. act up t o ; iff^?[f^^ fq-Tr^^-^HH^Tf'
BTgjcfJxfer a. Imitating, resem- ^^'h'f'l A cry in reply. "mxA ^n?r ^r^^i^ K. i o4; ^^T^J?pr-
bling ( w i t h gen. or in comp.); ^^^V^ 1 U 4 P . 1 To go after, ^ ^ r 'TfTt^S5^':^ Eam.; f^T^'V ^
f^r^mxi f%NF?5^rftft"5 ^ ^ ^ ? ^ follow (fig. also); Hff%f%^^frf >^^- ^ M ^ >fr^rjf5Tp5^% H. 3. 44. - 3
f^R^^nPr ^S'. 6; BTj^ffRpf ^'sff 5- ^'ff'Tff^^: Eiim.; to betake oneself To seek, wander through; ^ffpf qxTT
=?fr^'TFrf ^f^ S. 2,16 ; 1. 21 ;.E.l. t o ; ;Sir^^fr^?T3^frff^ M b . ; oif^^ff^fFf. %^ qr ^ ^ r ^ > s 5 ^ % ^ Eam.; ^^^f
43, 3. 50. ^Xm ^ ^ ^^frf^f^^ Eam. - 2 To f^'^'T^rps^rf ibid, go in quest of.~4
^ ^ , - ^ r H i ^ , - ^ ^ pot' P' count up, enumerate, state or go To come, arrive, approach, present
Pit to be imitated.if,-BT^ni^f A through in order; ^^ffg^hf ^TWHPff- oneself (as time); cfff^ ^ q ^ f % Bhag.
subsequent rite or ceremony. ; ^ ^ Mbh. on P. I. 1. 72; give a - 5 To answer or respond t o ; corre-
^ 5 K ^ r : [ ^ 5 - f ^^o^^ f. f^if table of contents, used frequently spond with, be suitable to ; imitate,
Tv. ] A kind of sacrificial rite in the Nirukta. resemble; v^^tf^" 't^^PTfr^S2^r5=Jf^
called ^jq^ph". Ki. 4. 36 ; BTT^'Frf^ ^W^r^rCft-
B^^^jf a. [ Bfjifrf: ^A ] In due
^ 4 t > M I - M ^ 1^631. A. To sympa- order. ?T: 1 Succession, order, If^T^fr^qfq-H^c^^i-c^H E. 16. 13 ; ;T
thize or condole with. sequence, arrangement, method, ^qrfqr ^ n 1 ^ ^^*fl<":i*l3^^ E:. 203.
- 6 To go or die out,be extinguished;
3 T 5 ^ i r 1 B. To drag after one- due order; TX^^ ^^^^WX^X E.
self, to attract ( i n gram. ); see 6. 70; ^^^A ^ # * T 2 ^ W U . 6 0 ; Y. ^tfqr ^^55!ff>Sf^^5T%tT AS'at. Br. - 7
Bfj^^ helow.'^ Gaus. To subject. 2.41. - 2 A table of contents, To enter into. Gaus. [-n"^T^F^] To
cause to follow, follow; ^ s f f ^ J i f -
B T ^ ^ ' f ; - ^ 1 Dragging after, index, such as that of the Vedic
Pfrf^^S^^^:^ M. 1. 21 followed or
drawing along; attraction in gen- Samhitas.
BTJ^FTT 1 Proceeding in order. accompanied in sound.
eral.-2 Summoning or invoking ( by
means of spells) . - 3 Grammatical at- - 2 Following. off-foj-^r [ ^ ^ ^ ^ ] BT5^ ct. [ Bfjif^rftf'^, TfTT-:?' ] ( I n
traction, application or attration of A table of contents, an index comp. ) Following, going after; cor-
a word in a preceding rule to a sub- showing the successive contents of responding or tallying with, ad-
sequent rule ^ word &c.; Hf'UHTi'+iA'^l- a work. equate to; ;^f^ 5 3 1 ^ : ^T Et. 1. 59;
^f^tT^fHT: Mbh. on P . I L 2. 4 ; see also 'ftrffg^ ^ ?^*^qT^ E. 16. 64; Me.
sra'^^CT 1 B. To shout at or
Sk. on P . VI. 1.127. - 4 [ ^ f J l T ^ 47;^nH^rW^^r5^ Ms. 2. 214; ^fN"-
after. ''Gaus. To join in lament-
^<^Mq(^H ' q ^ ] The axle-tree or ftq^'tffg'T: f^: 9.142 governed or
ing, condole with, show sympathy.
bottom of a carriage,-5 Delayed regulated b y ; 8. 239. - l y : A fol-
performance of a duty. ^gpin"^: 1 Eity, compassion,
lower, (obedient) servant, companion;
B T j ^ r f , ni. The bottom of a tenderness (with loc.) ; ^irq^^f'l^q' rf:^?fr?Tr3^ E. 2. 58, 9. 82; ^ r ^ '
? r % f ^ 5 ^ f R r : S. 3] Me. 115;fffiTf^
carriage. followed by an army, being the
3Eff39lfn?T: fJrf: made to relent S.
3 W l j 1 A. To follow duly. head of an army.
4 ; ^ % Iff Jn% ^ 4 ^ ( ^ l : S. 3. - 2 One
<*'Gaits. To cause others to follow who has gone over a kro^a (2 miles) BT^TTf^ 2^. p. 1 ( Used passively )
duly. ( BfJTfrf: q M ). ( a ) Followed (lit. & fig. ), attend-
B?5^r^; [ BfgiTcf: g ^ ^ ^ ] I A
^rai^fjf ind. Every instant, con-
secondary direction or precept, a 102; M. 3. 9; Ms. 11. 71. ( 6 ) Full
stantly, frequently.
substitute or alternative to be used of, filled with; ^ f R t T T f P T ^ ^ c ^ -
in times of necessity when the ^ ^ ^ T T T 7n. ( Tff) The attendant ^rw4|^?r ^ Mk. 4. 5; ^ M i ^ ^ ^ ^ i ' + l i -
primary one(spfTf^cf) is not possible; of a door-keeper or charioteer. Tf^5T ? R ^ ^ ^ K- 1^9 consisting or
as the direction to use Tjf^ or ? r ^ ^TT%^ Stipend given to certain made up of; f%?fr5^Trf^fqtcJf?|^ Mb.
in the absence of ^ ; JTS": ITTH^VH- temple-worshippers in Orissa {%), ( c ) Covered, as by a dress hanging
CT^r>S35F^^^ Ms. 11.30, 3.147. g r a ^ q j 2 P. Ved. To descry, behind; Rf^f*iqTd^lH ^^nqF^f^Tf Ki.
- 2 A work connected with kalpa see from a distance. 5. 2 (q^F^pqiH"). ( d) Extinguished
(one of the six auxiliaries of the BTJ^s^fTfrf: / 1 Descrying. - 2 Ee- &c. {e)Acquired, obtaind. -2(Used
Vedas). porting, revealing. actively) {a) Following, obeying,
3 4 ^ ^ a. 1 Unuttered, unsaid B T S ' s ^ wi. ( rff ) A discoverer, observing; ^HrfH^^M: Mu. 5. 19;
( i n gram.) sBf^rprTfcT q-v. under reporter. fqyqfd^lrtl >Tr^ Mk. 3. 28; f^F^^f^-
3ffH^r.-2 Unheard of, extraordinary. TO^mrarfffr^i^ffffJfrK. 191 come to;
g^jnX^j;^ 1 p . l To go after, follow,
- 3 Not told; BT^fr^3=rFr>SfT ^fff^ Ms. 9. 267; K. 166; Mu. 6. 5;H. 2. 56;
attend, accompany ; BT^TpTJcff g^lFTf
IT^ Ku. 3. 21. E. 15. 9. (6 ) Corresponding or
^f qr ^^^<Tt^l^^>r Et. 1 . 7 3 ; BTT^-
^ r a ^ q * a. Without hymns or tallying with, adapted or answering
sf>"ifllKH*^ ^^t^S5^lt^f^^: S, 4 ; %-
songs of praise; Ev. 5. 2.3. to, in harmony with; ^ T ^ f j i r ^ >fqi^
gfrr^l^S'n^'Tr^r ^^off^^fr^; J^. 84; S. B.; ^Tf^y^mir ^T^RJ'Tff: M. 2. 9 in
*ff^ Ts^^ap^f^^^ ^ R q " r ^ w f ^ r accompaniment to the musical time^
Serrated, dentated like a saw. r ^ ^ r ^ ^ ^ E , 2. 2; ^ f ^ ? f r ^TfrlV^q-
^ ^ 69
^i^'^XXi ^Tft?frf3^:Eatn. 1; ^ % : Si. ^X to mean ^ F J ^ ^ itself ) ; BT^ obligation; showing favour, obliging,
11. 10. ( c ) Adequate or suitable to, fr^cfq^Ffr^Tr^r^^^ ^Rffg^r E. G.; rewarding ( opp. \qq^ ); fq-^TfrgW"
fit for; Jf^?frqfr|[Trrf W' Pt, 5. { d) ^W35^rfRf% S. D.;^cf^q^r^^^^f- qffrfr Pt. 1; qr^'^'^f^q^qrfjt E. 2.
Imitating; qKH^^Sf'^T ^ T r T ^ f ^ W ^ ^?T U. 1. 39 cTf: A natural pe- 35; BT3^ ft^pf^^5^?rr /SV 1; ^ 3 ^ -
q r ^ : M. 5 I am glad that the boy culiarity. -^^ adv. 1 Favourably, f 'Ff^T^T^f^ Ku. 3. 3 . - ^ Assist-
takes after his father.^ Moderate conformably to one's desires ; f%f^- ance, help (shown to the poor, in
time in music. -Coilip. BT^f a. ^rg?rf jfr^r ^frf^prPT^i:g^'r Bk. feeding them &c. ?:R:^Ff'^q^F^).-3 Fa-
having a corresponding or easily 8. 95.-2 Agreeably or conformably cilitating by spells.-4 Acceptance.
discoverable sense. to ( in comp.); rf^i^^ffJJ'T ^qq^- - 5 Eear-guard. -Coilip. qTfcfi: a.
^ S ^ m ' : / . 1 Following; ^K^X^ ^- JT^fJf^Dk. 1 1 . - 3 Naturally. anxious to please or for favour. ;^-
^nx^ ^ ^ ^ r ^ ^ ^ ^ ; Eam.; ^rffS^rf- BT5^fcqf Favourableness. ij: creation of feelings or mental
f^rqfr^f^: following, imitating; see BT^^TT^f^ Den. P. To make fa- conditions.
under Tfrf.-2 Consent, approval; BJ- vourable, conciliate ; bring about, ^ 5 ^ r ^ pot, p. Fit to be favour-
^fJT forced consent. secure; ^Tff^5[irT^?|^ l[^fqrq-f Ki. ed or obliged:rfrf: ^^q-^ffcffR^fgiTf^-
BT2^'T:-Jf?t 1 Folio wing; BTfcJff JTfJf- 13. 44. r>s^rf%K. 134; q q^q^mmX' SfT-
^?r Tf J T W ^ R S f t ^ E. 1. 88; f=%- ^ 5 3 ^ a. Covered, sheltered. '^r tqr^Mf 6I.
wMf^tSTpTfH S. B.~2 Comprehend- ^ ^ t f 1 P. 1 To sing after (aper- ^ 3 ^ r ? q r . 1 Favouring, further-
ing, grasping (as a sense); ^ ^ ? : n ^ ^ . son), sing to (a tune); follow in sing- ing, promoting. -2 Gracious, kind.
S. D.-3 Following in death, post-cre- ing : BT^iff^f^ ^ n f ^ 3 t f % r f q ' ^ f ^ ^ 5 5 T m ^ : A mouthful; the
mation, self-immolation of a widow Git. 1; BT55f5[^f^5^ JjPT^q-r^fJfr^r: equivalent of a mouthful.
on her husband's funeral pile. - 4 Ki. 3. 60 sent back, echoed. - 2 To ^ 5 ^ ^ ^ Linking together with;
Imitating; approaching.-5 Conform- sing ; to celebrate in song. r%^r ^^TrS^H-q-f^T q^xx^ q-foff K. 240.
ity, accordance; ^c^TJ^TTW S. B. BT^TfTrf Singing in response to ; ^ g ^ T 1 E. 1 To follow, pur-
^3*lll**l<. Following.m. A fol- Eatn. 1. 19. sue, go after; to serve, attend or
lower =BfgTf. ^ 3 % % : / . N. of a metre of wait upon; pftf: ^ff^fj'^'c^ K.
BT^TTfT^raff a. Habitually or con- two lines, the first having 27 and 368 serving. - 2 To traverse, seek
stantly following. the second 32, matras, a species of alter, go through, wander. - 3
BT^Tf^ 1 P. To roar after or in the -irya metre. To conduct oneself, behave.
imitation of. ^^W. 9 E. ( Ved. -qj-'rm'q ). 1 ^S^q"^: 1 A companion, follower,
^ 3 ^ * ^ P'P'BoB.ied.'^'^ A roar- To favour, oblige, treat with kind- attendant, servant; ^q-fiiT-^af ^ | - .
ing echo, Ku. 6. 40. ness ; m ^ f c f ^ ^ f ^ f f j ^ ^ ^ qr^^^; S. E. 2. 4; BTf^rg^^^ Hft f^^r^OTf^rr
^ g q - ^ a. [ At: 3EfI^: BfFqrFTr:,Brq; ]
3 our friend will be so good as to, 26, 52; Me. 3; Ms. 12. 47. I n comp.
Suiting ( the length of ) the oxen, or kindly, take a seat on the stone; attended or followed by; ^r?r^ ?:f-
^^rf^t^ '^nd. By the mountain- ^T^ f^FOT^S5^^^f^ V. 5 be pleased ^fg- &c. - 2 Following a spy (^q^R-
side E. 13. 49. to sit down &c. ; r^^^ J^fC^^frff 5^rf: ). fr,-^r 1 A female attend-
V. 3 favoured ( by modifying the ant. - 2 A logical or due strophe.
curse ); with instr. or abl. of that ^T5=^R^ P' P' Followed &c. ^
q'q{ q'^xA Aiswx^x"^' Aim^' , ^qji ^
p . V. 2. 15 Sk. ] A cowherd. " " which is an obligation; BT^'TTf'f^r- Walk; walk in life; conduct.
vSfsffT^r Hq^rf: ^^fTq"?f^r S. 6 ; ^rXX- BTJ^qr^^: A follower, servant
^ i r f ^ ct. [ Tf^-F%'^] Eepeat-
r^^qj^^lfxA ^ ^ q - ^ r ^f^?Tr K. 135 ; &c. Kqpfr A female servant.
ing, following in speaking, echoing.
^^"^lAx^XXXX ^XWSA^^X^X^: Y. 4:1 3 ? ^ ^ % ; / . Ved. Eepeating ( i n
^ 5 ^ T R r See under Bfj'^r.
am much obliged to you &c.(3f3rrf|-W a chorus).
^ l ! p r ct. [ B f ^ ^ ^ qnxi q^q ] is oft. used by itself in the sense of
Having similar qualities, of the ^much obliged', ^many thanks, ' ' I ^T^r^cf Cl. I "Wrong, improper.
same nature; ^FfrrfflrffT^rRr^^^^ff- thank yoii', ^I esteem it a favour' ). - 2 Unusual; unfit.
5 ^ r ^rfr Su^r. ; conformable to, - 2 To foster, cherish, protect, ^ 5 T % ? j ; 10 P. To consider,
favourable or agreeable to, suita- maintain (as fire); B T f ^ f ^ i g ; ^ r ^ : think of, call to mind; ^X^xA^^^^'
ble, according to ; ^nff^^T^^ff^Rpf XX^- ^ffT^.*?val. - 3 To receive, welcome. ^X^ q ^ XXXmi S. 2. 9 ; Bg."8. 8;
qx 5sr^ ^XtA Mv. 7. 7 obedient to - 4 To hold up, support, uphold. - 5 Ms. 4. 92.
the will; 7. 38; J'TO^rjjg^rff ?ff%- To follow in robbing, seizing or de- ^5f%rn',-f%?f^ 1 Calling to mind,
XX: Ki. 6. 33; 10. 1 3 ; congenial,priving. - 6 To keep to, conform or thinking of, meditating upon. - 2
suitable, fit; BT7fryr>Tr?t^k. 6 4 , 9 4 ; correspond to, follow, take after ; Eecalling, recollecting. - 3 Constant
^iTlti"i1Kr"if Dk. 130 not having ^Tfirfrf^^r% ^^: Vb. 2; ^ ^ ^ - thinking, anxiety.
wives worthy of themselves; (^p^f) ^rSfrff^r ^^XA U. - 5. - Gaus. To ^ ^ ^ T ^ j The part of a man's
^cchi'dfi^^ f^^ni^rrr q^^^ Mk. 3. cause to favour, or to favour ; BTf^- under-garment which is allowed to
3 agreeable or pleasing to the heart, X^ ^^^11 ^f^T3^ff r%f Mu. 4. hang down in front from the waist
ijxactly after the heart (Tv.here takes ^ 3 W ' rf^* 1 A favour, kindness, to the feet ( Mar. (A^f).
^T#^ 70 ^ ^ ^

^ ^ f ^ f w : /? B 7 3 % ^ : Non. % T^XXX D k . 5 0 . - 3 To excuse, for- liqu.or ),-2 Wish, desire. - 3 Drink-


extirpation; non-destruction; in- give ; BT35f%^ -sxfxx ^rx^xx^A ^^xx'A- ing spirituous liquors. - 4 A drink-
destructibility. ^ I ^ ^ rf^5^r?frf'^Mb.-4 To repent, ing vessel ( used in drinking spiri-
be sorry for.-5 To request, entreat, tuous liquors ). - 5 Liquor itself.
^ ^ r ^ ' ^ J ^ <^- Not rejected ; pure,
beg ; cqt ^ffTS^FTfR T q-rf^f^rff BT5rrsfof=^TfrFt 3 and 4.
holy; fresh, unused; ''4iqHrDk.ll2.
qq Earn."6 To treat or behave ^ ^ f c R T ct. Following \q^ ( as a
_ ^ I ^ P T ^ 4 A. 1 To be born after? kindly, favour; ^ Jff ^ f ^ ^^^f...
field ). r^* ind. Grain after grain,
arise or be produced after, to fol- BT^f^c^f^^irff^rf Mb.-7 To dismiss,
i. e. by grains or very minutely.
low in being born, arising &c.; ^ - bid farewell (usually in cans.).
^ ^ H ^ ct. Ved. Depressed or
fqr^^f iTrff^f H ^f^ 3^r>S5^^^ Gaus {-'^qq\A) 1 To ask or beg for,
repressed ( in sound ), u.nruffled.
Ms. 9. 134; ^x^^ -^^^TPT^ ^ ' B ^ - request. - 2 To ask permission, ask
r^H^^rlK^ Mb. - 2 To take after for leave ; take leave of, bid adieu ^^J^'^^rfcT ^ e n . P . To rub (as
(one's parents);to be born similar to. t o ; ^ ^ r ' ^ <fsi55^f.. .qT5T5[^5icrTC2r ^ r - the point or end of grass ) with cot-
BT^^-'5ff^ i>. 2^' Eorn after, la- ^ t ^KXI Pt.'^ 4 ; A '^^X'^XXXX^X'^ ton ; P. i n . 1. 25.
ter, younger; ?:rrf?f5^rf: P . H E 4.72; X^^^ Tfrf: 5 ; Ms. 4. 122; 9. 82 ; BT5Hf' ?'?T Eubbing in this manner.
3 T ^ ^nff?^tTH^'f>S5"5ffrf: E. 6. 78 ; ^ ^ f ^ c ^ ^ ^ c ^ xxqx^^ ^Ax ^ \ '^^~ ^^Xl 1 E, 1 To go across or
^JfNfH^F^^ ^f^T 3H5"5fr S k . ; so ^^i-^ 1 ^ Sf?Tr^PTJf53^fC2T 7?:^?OIb. to the end. - 2 To stretch length-
l ^ r . - T ^ : ^-^frf: 1 A younger broth- ^52crrr2crf?f [ W - ^ ^ - ^ ^ ^ r l J l Per- wise.
e r ; Ms. 5. 58. ~2 A cadet; born mission, consent, sanction; ^^i^^f- ^ 3 ^ t [^3rffq^ af^^jqr?7t ^fq;]
again, after born, younger, later. TrfWF^ Jffrf: E. 2. 66.-2 Permis- Fare, freight.
- 3 Taking after.-4 Born again, in- sion or leave to depart.-3 Excusing, ^ H r ^ ct. Not over-anxious, not
vested with the sacred thread.:5ff, forgiving, allowance made for faults.
repentant or regretful; self-com-
-^XXXXX 1 A younger sister.-2 N. of-4An a order, command.-Coilip. ir^- placent.
plant (q-F^^F^rTrFF).W N. of a ofr^-lff?J?ff requesting permission,
^5TTr ^f" '^^^' [ ^ ^ - ^ ^ - r T . ] 1
plant (q-^F^r7^).-C0Illl).-BTq-^ a. taking leave.
Not moistened or wet; g ^ i r i ^ -
lower than the younger, youngest. BT^^rfi^.^^. Permitted, allowed,
^ 2 ^ ^ 5 nt' [ ^ ? ^ ^ ^X^ ] A assented to, granted, honoured, f ^ > S l ^ Ev. 1.80.7. - 2 Not set
driven forth or urged (Bf%trF);
younger brother ; ^HHf^ rfq'fS^T^'f- favoured, authorised, dismissed.
invincible (1).
cff Ki. 2. 1 7 ; Si. 13. 2, 14. BTJs^frT^fT: One who commands or
STW^ft^ I P . 1 To depend upon orders. STHrnr <:f. [ ^ ^^At ^TFtT] 1
for subsistence, hang on, live by or Than which there is nothing better,
BT3^7't,-:crr%: / 1 Authorising.
upon ( something) ; % 'q'^r'T3'5frq"- - 2 Issuing an order or command. having no superior or better, un-
f^ fTft ^^r ^T ^ T^f E a m . ; ^ g rf^^f: surpassed, the very best or high-
Tfrnff^rfTH^lf^^m Dk. 122 hang ^ T ^ % F ^*- l^WXAx ^^^] Next est, incomparably or pre-eminently
or depend on, live ( submissively ) to the eldest. S" adv. According the best; ^fjTo^g fq^q^ ^^qr^Tfl-
under, live as a subordinate to.-2 to seniority. ?:5:TT^ H. Pr. 4; q^m^ ^fm^rx^if
To see without e n v y ; ^ f rff f^^- ^^TcT^ I P . 1 To heat; vex, annoy Ms. 2. 242 ; Y. 1. 87 ; BT^^^q^ g^-
Jf^FT: ^ ?fT i f ^ f i ^ ^ ^ ?fr^f5fr- ( fig. ). - 2 (4 A. OT 2^ciss,) To repent, Jf^TrfiTrf^: Si. 1. 27 all-pervading;
qXHi Mb. - 3 To live for any one. - 4 grieve, be sorry for, be stung with Bg. 7 . 1 8 ; Ms. 2.9; 5 . 1 5 8 ; 8.81.
To follow or imitate in living ; E. remorse ; fq'f^^T^rfc^ ^f^Wf^T^- - 2 Not the best. - 3 ( I n gram.)
19. 15 v, 1.-6 To survive. jf?ff^??f: V. 3. 5 ( t;. I. for F'^t^q'- Not used in the ^^rf^T or first,
BT^^?r'q'^ ct' Dependent, living qqq^ &c, ); Ki, 17. 40. --Gaus. To person. ff: N. of ^S^iva or Vishnu.
on or upon. m. A dej^endent, ser- pain, afflict, distress fq^^: t%f%^- -Comp. "-Bt>T^, -BT>Tf%* a term in
vant, follower; BTq-^q'^fr^rr: Jf^^'fvSg^f- 3?fr?^rff ^rM'sr^?l'Ti%#i^- s.89. Sankhya philosophy, said to mean^n-
fqX*Ai Ki- 1- 4, 10; vfii%rrr3^f^^^ BT^rf^ 2^'P- 1 Heated . - 2 Filled difference to and abstinence from
ifrt 'q-fg^nt^r'tEt. i. 69. with regret, repentant. sensual enjoyment , as fatiguing
or involving injury to external
BTjlsff^ a. To be served (as a BrgrfrT: 1 Eepentance, remorse,
objects.'
master). contrition,subsequent regret or sor-
^SXrl^ 9 U. 1 To permit, allow row ; ^Tril^cfFfq- m Y. 4. 38 stung
( a person or thing) ; assent or con- with remorse; Ms. 11. 228,-2 Heat. 1 Principal, chief. - 2 Best, ex-
sent to, approve; authorise, sanc- B^TTrffrpT a. Causing distress or cellent ; BT^rf^lf^ f^i%rfff^ Dk.
tion; rf^-g^frfffl^tiPf^r^U. 3 so regret or sorrow. 162 unsurp'assed. - 3 [ ^^ff^ t^TfT
let me go ; ^ ^ ^ffrf ^ ^ t f r ^ q"frrqt ^^] Without a reply, silent,
BT5rfFft"5T^ a. Eepentant, sorry.
^%^3^f^^f S' 4. 8 permitted to go; unable to answer; vf^^c^f^scTT ^ H^-
^5j^^ See under BfjTT.
Bk. L 23; M. 1. 19; Ms. 2. 116; rf- c^^rf^Cfri; Naishadha.-4 Fixed, firm
?H^r 5ftf^Jfrff>S3^^ S. 5 approved, ^ 5 J ^ ^ : [^ST^tfoT ] 1 Thirst, de- (Tf ^ n t =qr5fW).-5 Low,inferior,base,
agreed to. - 2 To betroth, aifiance; sire to drink ; ^^qKgq^frff'^'^rC mean.-6 S o u t h e r n , - < [^, r f . ] N o
reply, a reply which, being evasive,
fff ^ff^fjff^ ^^^p%>s''=^^n^r^^r : '^T5^^'T5rf^^'?f ASI. 10. 2 (thirst and
^Tg'gncT 71 ^f^
is considered to be no reply. ?:f: BT^^^sfi" 1 Eestoration.-2 A female second for second; as in^^^sffTcf^t-
(pL) A class of gods among companion. % frTf 3fq-C: P . i n . 4.36.-2 Direc-
Jainas (** ^ T ^ [ ^ ^ ). - ^ f The south. ^ T H ^ ^ a. Grave (accent ); not tion, order, injunction.
B^g^f^^ a. Pointing or referring
^ 5 j ^ ^ T T a. Steady, not rulfied elevated or raised ( not pronounced
with the Udatta accent ); ^^/^^^f:, back ; being the object of an Bfj^-^.
(by waves); BTqrrPfqrr^r^'^S'^t^ Biv\.
?ff%^5^FTr: ; accentless, having the ^ 5 T ^ ^ 1 P. To survey, behold;
3. 48.
neutral, general tone ; ^^r^^FJqF"^^ to keep in view or mind, see in
^'^Tr^T^ Absence of exertion.
^^FTTF^ q^: X^X\'', uttered with the prospect; q =q- ' ^ ^ ^ ^ f ^ f f ^ f^qT
^Tctrf% / . Failure, non-pro- grave accent (as a vowel); q"q?^^rt% q\- ^q"^^Tff q" Bg. 1.31; Bh.3. 3.^Gctus.
duction.a,,-f'^fciff a. Not yet pro- ^q^-Aqf^ ^F'^f^F^^F'^^TF^FFf H ^^F^:; To show, tell, inform as follows;
duced. -Comp.-W^^fRf: prepara- TT^^v|ff^sq-;:^"f^^ BfJ^r^:; cfF^Ff'^5 ^^F-
^^fq-f^: ^^f^TFf^m^T^^ ^ 5 # ^ -
tion for a future state, acquiescence
Tfj x^^xA^ At^q\A xA^^%^^% ^J^F^F:; f% M. 5 writes or informs as follows.
in the state and moral condition Tf q"^q-^^^ Sk. ( The term Bf j - BT5^^^ Inspection, survey; ^f^-
which is yet to come. ^ff:-3fr a ^Tf is used by Panini for the grave cf^jfffrr^ ^ i ^ ^ f ^ 5 # ^ Eam. ; con-
method of arguing against a thing by accent which immediately precedes sideration, regard; irfs^Jf^c^^fjo^fff^-
attempting to prove that nothing the Udatta, and also for the general ' ^J^^Tff^ST^'T Bg. 13, 8 perception.
exists from which it could spring, accentless tone neither high nor BTJffS" a. Having a favourable
BT^^T^ a. Not produced or born, low, termed TT^^I^, the one mono- look.-"fg"; / . A favourable look.
unborn, unproduced &c. tonous intonation belonging to the ^ g ^ ' S ^ " ct, [ V-q^J'lcf-] Longi-
^j^jr^TT*. Not coming into exist- generality of syllables in a sentence). tudinal, lengthwise.
ence, not taking eifect. -Coilip. Tf:The grave accent.-Comp. BTf-
^TT^5^ a. Not raised or puifed
^ff?f see Bfg-?qr%\rtjFF'rf. f^: a nominal base of which the up; rff: ^^^^X' ^fcf^: S.5, 12;
^ T c ^ ? ^ a. Destitute of energy first syllable is Bfj^F^f. fH^a verbal humble; modest; unsurpassed.
or determination, f: Want of de- root having for its Bfj ^ the grave ST^s^lJT 1 Not removing or tak-
termination, energy &c.; listless- accent ( denoting that it takes the ing away. - 2 Not offering, establish-
ness, languor, indifPerence. ^ t m . terminations only). ^jqf a
ing or proving.
syllable followed ( immediately )
^7*fr5[^ a. Moderate, not over- BTg^fT^ 1 Non-partition; not tak-
by the grave accent. rfi: a, more
eager, retiring, calm. than BfrT^F^f; still lower or graver ing a share ( F't#':F^^-qF 9xm^' ) . -2
^ 5 ^ ^ a. Not deviating from accent, i. e. that which immediate- Non-removal,
the Siitra (of Panini or of morality); ly precedes a syllable having the ^Tf^?r a. Undivided, unremov-
not anomalous or irregular; q"^2fr- ^^F^f or ^C^rf accent and is thus ed, uninjured, unharmed, undestroy-
'Ffr^|prfi ^f^t^q^r ^'i. 2. 112. more depressed than the ordinary ed; unoffered or established &c,
-Comp. BT^^^^fH^: taking place
^ ^ r ^ ^ Absence of haughti- ^fJ^Frf accent.
of sunset, while the Bfrf^sffTf fire
ness or pride; c|7f t^j^^'f Eh. 2. 63; ^ 3 ^ T ^ a, 1 Not liberal, nig- continues to be unremoved from
modesty ; ^ : ^cf^f^^fT^ffc^^fi:: V , l ; gardly; not high or noble. - 2 Hav- the Tfifq?q-.
cf. '^ Modesty is the handmaid of ing none more liberal, very liberal,
or great.-3 ( Bffrf% ^FTl^ ) Adhering ^ i g . g ' ^ a, 1 Not bold; soft,
heroism ".
to or followed by a Avife; ^f^ff^^^^Rf mild. - 2 Not exalted or lofty.
^ T 5 ^ r % ^ ct. Not puffed up, not
proud or arrogant; ^f^^ sff ^q" S. 3^\ ^ yf^^3^r&>S5^^^ K.P. 4(used in ^ 9 ^ ^ 5 srgiT'? a. Not diligent,
4. 17. sense 1 also ). - 4 Having a suitable idle, inactive.
or worthy wife ( sfj^qff: ^f^-.q^q ). ^^f^^t" Eepeated j^laying or
^ 5 T ^- [ ^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^A w^A
^eTT^cT ct, 1 Unsaid, not utter- gambling ; N. of a part of the Sabha-
^^X^ , ^ - ^ ] ^^^^- ^ o t urging or
parvan.
driving onward; or, emulating others ed. - 2 Not risen or appeared forth,
in giving ( f c^q-^qf^Ff ); see Bf^ffj^. ^ ^ f ^ q - f ^ T O ind. Daily, day after ^ ^ ^ n r ct. Lazy, not industri-
^T^^^FT .l Waterless(as a desert). day ; q-f^fqTT: ?cfr5 f^t^f^FPfJff^fW ous. Tf: Idleness, inactivity.
- 2 Having very little water ( as a qrfHf Hq-^gf^^t W^ ^f^^ fH: Udb.; ^q"5[ 1 E. 1 To run after, fob
puddle ). - 3 Devoid of the libations BTSftq^ q-ftf'kt^Jf: S. 3. low, accompany; vraW'C ^ r ^ # ^ ? T -
of water (a sort of fF^ ) . 3?^f ^ ^ 6 P. To point out, assign. f ^ E . 3. 3 8 ; 1 2 . 6 7 ; 16. 25; >S'i.l.
^ 3 T ^ a. 1 Not lofty, low. - 2 BTJ^^: 1 Pointing back; a rule 52; 5. 5 9 , - 2 To chase, pursue.
Soft, tender; weak, not sharp.> or direction which refers or poinfs BT^frf i^. p>' 1 Followed, pursued;
back to a previous rule ; ^ftff^is^fjf- ( sometimes used actively ) .-2 Sent
^f5J5^ a. 1 Having a slender ^ W X\HXHX P . I. 3. 10; subsequent
or brought back ( as sound ).rf A
waist; thin, lank; ^f^^5=2ff Sk. (sf- mention of things >{ words, suffixes measure of time in music =half druta,
^q\^ ?foT, see BT ). &c. ) in the order of things preyi- or one-fourth of a Matra ( or of the
^ 3 T T ^ B^' ^^ Siv^ back, restore; ously mentioned, respective enume- time taken to utter a short vowel);
to yield, grant, remit. ration or statement, first for first, ^^XA frf ^q- frf Ft =^Ffff rf,
T55rf 72 ^3^
STtJ^T^J Non-marriage, celibacy- nose ; Tr^^mlrfJfFF'^qrqF ^^^^FF^^ ^Jf^5?rq": Mu. 2; E. 6. 2; f^^^T^qF^ff-
ST5fri^[fr <^^. Easy in mind, sectire. q'^F^j^FF^qr^: x^^ S^.; j^^^fff^- ?*^f^nncrRfl^^ ^^ Ak ; ''BTfJfqr^
^f^TT a. Free from anxiety or qrr^^%>Sf^FFlf^.- E.L 1. 8; Bf^FvSp"FF^- conciliatory address. - 4 Discipline,
qTF ^ "fF^'iksha; Bfj^rRfqr being a name training, regulation of conduct. ^
apprehension. Tf; Security or free-
for the 5 nasal consonants, the vow- ac^^. Fitly, suitably.
dom .from fear. els or the consonants %% ^ BT^q'f'^^ a. Courteous, polite,
^ i g ^ ^ T ^ 1 P. 1 To run after . ( under certain circumstances); i. e. humble, supplicating,
follow; ^qt^}^;T^f^pTf ^r^Jf^>S3- the letters included in the ^^FfF^ ^x^AxffX' = ^j^q" q. v-; ^fg^fffrf^
Vfrq-f% D. 1. 10 the sense follows the BfTT^ except f and r. - 2 The sign used ^frffl" ?rf"^^^rT Bk. 8. 75 adopting a
words ( the words being not utter- to mark the nasalization in the case conciliatory tone; Si. 16. 55.
ed with a view to a particular sense); of ^, q;or t^r. ^ The nasal twang, BT^^ff^^ a. Submissive, humble,
^^^f% f^^rfr>s5wr^ Si. 16. 44 -omp.BTfff: a conjunct conso- supplicating,
follows his ownXvill. - 2 To run up nant beginning with a nasal. BT5?fff^^ ct. Conciliating; f^ifrffFS
to, ai)proach.-3 To cleanse, wash, ^ T ^ I % ^ ^ : Description or rela- ^ ^ ^ 3 ^ r ^ ^ /S'i. 6.7. ^ r A female
BTgqrq^ 1 Going or running after, tion following the previous order character subordinate to the Nayika
following, pursuing ;H^Tf 3^f^TO^*. or sequence; ^^Fj-q'F^g'F^ fqiqi^FTf^ or leading character, such as a friend,
AS'. 2, - 2 Close pursuit of an object
qr^-^F^. I ^ ^ ^ F ^^3PTf ^f ^^^F^'^q" rF- nurse, maid-servant &c.; ^ ^ ^^F'^rfF
( for the knowledge of truth ) ; re- ^Ai ^qF^'^PfqTFrf^F I WW^ X^^^X-
l^qA S. D.
search, investigation, - 3 Seeking a
^rf^T^PT* Subsequent libation \l:^qx Fwqr ?T3^Fi^q^r- II
mistress', though unattainable. - 4
( with clarified butter). ^ ^ ^ r a * ^' ^^^ raised or elevat-
Cleansing, purification.
3T^Ff^l"'^f A ceremony connected ed, no't lifted up. -Comp. -BTfJfrf a.
^ g i % 1 P . 1 To think of, muse,
with this libation. level (neither raised nor lowered).
consider attentively.-2 To wish well .Tfpsf a. having limbs not stout or
^T^T^fr 1 ^' ^ ^ ^ conciliate, win
of, to bless, favour; ^WfFfqf^ 5FfI% q"a-
over, induce, persuade, prevail upon; prominent.
Tf^ ^ ^ 2 ^ ^ f ^ ^ %r[%frf E. 14. 60
request, supplicate, entreat, proju- B T ^ m T T r ^ S ^ ^ ' f ^ ' . Not mad
bless; BT5^5^5^^^ m ^ ' '^T^'^xx^h
tiate, pacify, appease (anger &c. ); or frantic, sober, calm, sane.
17. 36 favoured.
^ =^f3^r^: T f ^ ^ ^ ^ f H E. 5. 54; f'q-- ^j^'q = sprq", q. V.
BT5^-^f ['^-q""^!;] Thinking or wish-
ing well of, favouring, attachment. ^Tffw^ff ^^ffs^rqigrrgi^^r: ^ rf- ^ i g ' T ^ r f t ^ ^^ 1 ^"o^ obliging,
BT5^?Tf?r p. p- Mused, thought ^ t 19. 38, 4 3 ; B k . 6. 137; 5.46, ungrateful, not making a return for
of &c'. - r f - ^ [ ^-V^.5^ ] 1 Thought; ^ q c O T ^ ^ rFTfT^qrjsff^ V. 3. 20 benefits received."2 Worthless, use-
BTJ^^f^Tf^^^q" E . 262; meditation, pacified, made favourable or agree- less.
religious contemplation. -2 Think- able ; Ki. 13.67 ; M. 5 ; K. 168,178; ^T5T^%cr P' P' ^^^ injured or
ing of, remembrance ; ^f q\ "mAx^- Dk. 3, 4, 7. - 2 To cherish love; ft- destroyed (Bf^qfcfF'^ )
^:qw c^g^^r^^'^^r Eu, 6. 21. - 3 f^fc^5?f^ Bh.2.77;cf. Shakespeare ^STtfTfr^ ct. Not praised. ?f
Wishing well of, affectionate solici- " Cherish those heitrts that hate i7id. So that no other person accom-
tude for ; BT3^^ft^qrfoif ^c^^fH^ff- thee". - 3 To bring near to ( w i t h panies in singing.
^g q-: U. 7. l ! l ; ^ xqAq ^'Sff^R^- dat, of person ). - 4 To train, dis- ^TTq-'Sn'^' Absence of damage or
^^?q- ^r^f^flfqrs^^rrqF^ nq- u. 1. cipline.-5 To honour. detriment; BTf%tT obtained without
BT^^^ff^: [ ^% qr^ft ^ ^ J One who BT5?f?f a. [ ^>Bf^ ] Kind, concili-
any detriment ( t o the paternal
wishes well of. atoryi pacifying ( as words ). 3T:
estate ).
BT?!^%^ a. To be favoured or 1 Conciliation, propitiation, pacifi- ^T^'T^^'^fft^ ct' Not yielding or
wished well of ; STJ^^TJ^-^^ E. cation ( of anger ), friendly persua- granting livelihood, having no liveli.
17.36. sion ; ^sxx^ f ^q^fvSj^^r ff^i%^r-
^ ^ 1 P. To sound towards op^r^pp^nin^f^^ifFTf E. 2, 5 4 ; ^ hood.
^raq-x 1 P. To say after, repeat.
or at (with ace. ).^Gaus. To cause qr ^^TFT^^^: 1 ^ - H. 4; J f ^ -
BTfT^Tf^ P' P' Eead through, re-
to sound, make resonant, fill "with ^^: ^ ^ ^ r g ^ ^ imi^p^rr% ^. 4.-2
peated in imitation of the teacher's
echo ; q f ^ f =q"frflT^ =^ ^mTrn^rj- Courtesy, civility, courteous or po-
instruction.
? f f ^ ^ ; ;^f^ ^^Wf^ Trf^T ^ ^ f T - lite behaviour, modesty, modest or
BT?Tqrf^^?T a. Who has read
5^^f^g:; f ^ ' r g ^ f t ^ '^Bo. made respectful deportment, conciliatory
through, proficient.
musical or resonant. act ( such as salutation ); showing
B"^5jqppr IE. 1 To fly to or towards.
^X^XX^' [^S^'TF^F^O Sound, noise; respect ( t o a guest, deity &c. ); xA-
Si. 7. 18 ; reverberation, echo, f q ^ ^ r f c i m ^flfrfr5?ftH?ffl^-^: V. - 2 To fly or run after, follow (fig.
BT^^f^ a. Echoing, sounding, 3. 5 T #Trrifr?f 2. 22 ; ^fq^: f^- also); pursue, chase ;Hf^q?ff%'^^^
resonant. Tt?:5?f^f ^ ^ ^ mm S- L>. 458, ^Tfff's:: S, 1, 7; ^ ? j p p f 5 ^ ^ ^ A ^'
^^rrq-j-qff^f^ See under Bfqr^. - 3 An humble supplication or en- ^c?r^off^: ^fxf: S. 1.; ?r?r^ w^x-
3 T g ? m f ^ ^ ct. [ ^ j ^ F ^FF^qrt ] treaty, a request in general; -q^ xAA ^x^T^^^ Ax ^ xw^ ( ^ 0 ^^^i
1 Nasal, pronounced through the ^' I f^g^^pT^rr^r^n^RTrf^f^^T- 9. 8 does not run after (cherish)
^Tp^ 73 ^TiMH^
hope or leave i t ; w^^ ^A^i i t ^ " 9. 78. - 3 Word for word. - 4 On ST^^TflTv^ Non-refutation of a
f^HHMf^dl; Mv. 1; Si. 11. 40.-2 To the heels of, close behind or after, charge.
fall upon, attack; m^^JTirHnq^^^ Mai. immediately after ( o f time or
ST^tTOrR' Cl. 1 Not used ( a s
8. 9. -(7ai^s. ITofly to.-2Tothrow space ) ; BT^MiHHHr ^ T 3 ^ S k . ; Jf-
another down along with oneself. food). - 2 Unsuited, unfit, impro-
^TO^rqrTrf: 1 Falling upon, ^ . 3 1 shall be close behind you, per, useless, unserviceable S. 7.
alighting upon in succession. - 2 just follow y o u ; ^ w f ^ ^ Bi. 3T^p7qtn ^- Useless.IT: Use
Following, going after, pursuit; ^ - 263, 264 ; oft. with gen. or in lessness, not being used (as food).
T^4^H^qM4<^:^i. 7. 27.-3 Going or comp. in this sense; ^T^^-jftqi'Tg^- ^T^qr?:^ a. 1 Not dead. - 2 Not
proceeding in order or as a con- ^ ^sxxX^Ki. 12. 54; {4) BTf- stopped, uninterrupted.
sequence. ^ [ B f j ; ^ : % n f ^ q - qFrf: ] f ^ n ^ t r ^ ^ ^EPT^pf^ ^Tff^r E. i i . ^ T ^ t f ^ S ^ a. Unobserved, un-
Proportion. - 5 Eule of three. - 6 A
perceived.
degree of latitude, opposite to one 1. 44, 14. 8 1 ; .S'i. 14. 48.
given.^ ind. (regarded as a namul BTtjq^f*^: / . Non-recognition,
^ g ^ m r a. [ Bf^q^TT^^q^q- qq^q, non-perception ( qTq^f?i^Fq ) j ^'
from qq) Following in succession, S'q;] Following, gone after.
going after; r^^jiTf^ ^ l ^ r ^ l f ^ ^ f^ qr^^HHf^o^: ( t h e knowledge of
a r g q f ^ a. [BTjq^-fpf P. V. 2. HfspTFq' is possible because the q(^-
Bk. 2.11 (c5cff t^TFpqgqFrqr going to
creeper after creeper, or after bend- 90 ] Following, seeking after or AxAt or counter-entity is not found
ing the creepers ). for, a searcher, inquirer; BT^^^Jf^q"- with the non-entity or BPfFq ( t h a t
^ 'T^'TSPTt Sk.; ^TT^T^^^^'fr^: is, there being no ^xq^q or know-
^ ^ T T I ^ ^ ^ . Following as a result. J f ^ Si. 9.70. ' ledge of the ^ ); one of the instru-'
m. A follower; q^^mf^iHrHM Am'
^S'T^rr [ ^ r ^ ^ 3 f 5 , q^^q^r^fTffj- ments of knowledge according to the
Dk. 168.
^q-F^:, W^T^^^?^] A shoe (boot, Mimdmsakas, but not according to
^ 3 ^ ^ ct' [ ^^^ffncf: ] Follow- the Naiykyikas.- Comp.^EHT: a
buskin, or slippers ) of the length
ing the road. ^: A road, favour- fallacy, trying to establish a fact
of the foot (Bfjcf^ q:^ ^X^q^qx
able road; Bt^T^q^rr B:r5nn": Ev.5.52. (say, the eternity of sound) from
^q[qqi B. V. 2. 9 Sk. )
10 (sf^^l^TnTfj-:). q- adv. Along the impossibility of seeing the non-
the road. ^1M"^'4V ^ way, road.
perception of it.
^ H H ^ 4 A . ( P . in epic poetry ) ST^q*^* ' Having no :3'q-qT or
^ S ' T ^ * Want of apprehension,
1 To go after, follow, attend.~2 To penultimate', a letter or syllable
non-perception.
be fond of, be attached to ( as a not preceded by another.
wife); ^rX^^x^ ^sx^fmX%^HrXXfX^!'^^^JXXX ^g^T^tfcT^j; w*. One who does
^ r g t r f ^ a. [q.q.] Guileless, not wear the sacred thread ("belong-
Mb. - 3 To enter, go to or into. - 4
without fraud; ^ ^ ^ ^ f ^ f i f ^ n n ^ ing to his caste).
To fall down, come down ( t o the
fkwi R r ^ r ^ U. 2. 2. ^ 7 ? I ^ * ^^7 thing or cir-
^a^th ); ^^vfFTpqx^trfff qrrrf3?:?rTm
^ Mb. - 5 To enter upon, ""betake ^ S ' ^ f ' ^ ' ^ ' ^ ^ o t mentioning; cumstance that aggravates a malady.
oneself to; fir?n^?% tfPr^f5=!jq<^f^- non-statement. - 2 Uncertainty, ST^tnj^T a. Following with his
' T ^ ^'!{HH^MqMrr Eam.; j ? ^ ^^ doubt, failure of proof. looks, keeping in view.
g^frfr ?rn=^^rr Rf=q^ Mb. did STftrqfrr: / . l Failure, failing to ^5^T^fl!TiT5T ^ ' -^ kind of
not do anything else. - 6 To find, b e ; ry^Ton" ^T^yH'^NHI^H^I^Mm^rf: IrqfHfJEf or fallacy in Nyaya, a sub-
discover, see, notice; ^ ^ - j ^ , _ . Bhasha. P.82(rfrcqr#'^ being the failure division of the Bf%^rtf^|rqf>ff^.
f ^ l ^ ^r>S^q*IH Bhag. - 7 To lose of the meaning aimed at, or of any q^gTTfqfq"^^,Sf'7W^ that is, that
(with a b l . ) ; yrfc^rvrr?q^trrrf Mb, connected meaning ),-2 Inapplica- which includes every known thing
8 To handle. - 9 To fall to the share bility, not being applicable.-3 In- in the q^ and thus prevents the
of ( Ved. ) conclusive reasoning; absence of rea- corroboration of a general rule of
BT^T^a. [q^-flrgr] Ved. Coming sonable grounds (grR^fq); cff^ ^ - ^ ^ causation by illustrations, positive
to pass. /. Food (got every day) f^ ^ ^ ^xqq F'^qf>SHTl^: At^rq ^fr- or negative; as xxA (A^q q^qrqxqj
(^3f^^t^'-q^?f ). Ax^ fqq'FSqT^F^; see Bf^qf^ also, - 4 Bfq- ^t^ljq q^^rqF^ ^'^f^ t f ^ T O f r f t
^ 2 ^ ct' [q^^^TJTfrf:]l Follow- Penury, adversity. ^x^ q i t ^ qf TsfrTF^qfri;.
ing the feet closely. - 2 FoUow- ^3M4vi a. Improper, impossible, ^ 5 7 ^ * 1 ^ "^^^^ (particle &e.)
ing every word; '>^ a com- inapplicable, impracticable, incon-
that is not, or has not the force of,
mentary ( of a Brahmana ) explain- clusive, irrelevant.
an Upasarga.-2 That which has no
ing the text word for word. f:
^tJlTM . [ ^* ^^ ] Incomparable, Upasarga. - 3 That which needs
N. of a man or tribe. ^ A chorus*
no additions ( as a divine being ).
burden of a song or words sung matchless, peerless, best, most ex-
again at regular intervals, --ind. [q- cellent. ifr The female elephant of^ ^ l | v ^ x | r t a. Having no ^ ^ -
^^ q ^ ^ ] 1 Along the feet, near the south-west (mate of 3 : 5 ^ ) .
q i. e. some condiment, sauce, curds
t h e f e e t ; ^X^ w^ ^X^^xit^ Sk. ^T37^^-Rr^ ct. Matchless, incom- &c. to moisten food with.
- 2 Step by step, at every step ; Si. parable. ^ t J M 4 * d ^' 1 Unpolished; ( as
3^WTR 74 ^STfTR
silver ). - 2 Genuine, blameless. - 3 ^fUT'*^^ Cf'. Not clearly visible ^ ^ M m c i - " ^ mc?. Going in succes-
Not cooked or dressed ( as food ). or discernible. sion; i t f ^ r f - ^ BTT^itf ^ * ^ ^ -
*-4 Not requiring any evident object. ^T^qTcT^ [TFrfqf ^ ^ f - ? ^ ? rf?^- ^XXX-i B. I I I . 4. 56 Sk.
^^IMHtK Cl. Not elliptical (Bf^qrTff- ^ ] A heinous crime such as ^ 5 ^ ^ " 5 ^ '^ A. To employ,
^ T O f ^ ) K i . 11. 38. theft, murder, adultery &c. 35 apply, employ in addition.
^T^T^^TT'T Absence, not being such sins are enumerated in Vi- ^^Jf^RF: Additional use, repeti-
at hand. shnusmriti; Manu mentions 30 tion; E. L 3.63; i n . 4. 4-5.
^gq^^TTT^ Not placing, offering kinds; See 11.54-58. ^^SI'^^^ffT Eepetition or re-
or producing, not having ready or ^ i y ^ i r r ^ ct. Lateral, along or production of what has been said
at hand. by the side.(pl.) N. of a people. by the teacher; BTrfl a class of
^T^T^^^TTRrf a. Not ready or at words given in P. V. 1.111.
^ J M I ' ^ T I ^- ^ ^ ^ - Western.
hand, not offered or produced. ^ ^ r f ^ r a C ^ 6 P . 1 To enter into,
^ 5 ^ ^ - [Sfg^rf: Bf=^ 3 ^ ^ ] A
BT^^T^^f^'l.^^- ^ o t present, absent, join; qj^JF^f^ f^AiniM'H^H^MR-
follower.
distant. ST; M. 5 ; (fig. also ) ; n r ^ T ^ r^-
BT?rqf^^Trr ct. Not present, absent,
^rf5^^ [3fjifrf:^q rfflqrFt] A
l^K^: ^V^MM:iHf^<if^ Mv. 1 enter
not at hand or near; not current. ?t kind of r e e d ( ^ ^ ^ ) .
into familiar" talk or conversation.
A word that is not ^qF^^rf q. v. ^W^ a. [Bfqrfrf: qpf qftqf^ qf- - 2 To accommodate or adapt one-
^T^qr^^rf^:/- 1 Absence; ^^ | ^ ^ q f ] 1 Eegular, having a suitable self t o ; ^sx^ -sx^ f l -^t ^X^X^X^
?^Hrff *fqrf: your honour will be measure, regukrly shaped, sym-
r f w f^ ^ fR* I ^ J ? ^ ? [ 2 r A:^xx% ^ -
pleased to excuse my absence.~2 In- metrical; f r f r S ^ ^ 5T '^Tf^fr^ E u .
5TTr^q^f ^ T ^ E t . 1. 68; ^ qrrT-
ability to remember. 1. 35; cT^rj'jyf^frnTf^: Ki.
^ ^qr^'q- Tnfq^ff^^T2mtst6i% A.E. i
17. 50 (rfFJ^^F^f^ Malli. ); ^ B^-
^ T ^ T C ^ ct' 1 Not injured, un- you too share in his opinion, or
t^|f% Dk. 131; ^ t f f ^ n ^ ^ r | r ^ think with him. - 3 To follow
impaired, unvitiated. - 2 Not used,
ibid. ; ^^ who has regular hair; in entering; sleep with. ~4 To
unbleached, new ( as cloth);rf J ^ -
o'^X^ having regularly shaped attack.
XfT^Tl^ K. n o , 229. See Bfqffrf.
limbs; so ^ ^ , 5FfrK,qTPr. - 2 Order- ^5^qAi: 1 Entrance into;^^^!^
^WM"! 2 P . 1 To drink after ( a ly, successive, in due order or ff% f^^7r'^%^53TqNjf% ^XX^'
person or thing), drink along with; succession; coming in the order, ^jfT: E. 3. 2 2 ; 10. 51. -2 Adapt-
(jf^'ff^qr )...3T2qrr^?T^ ^rr^q-^^ following. - 3 The lowest (fq-frg-sf- ing oneself to the will of; ? ^ -
^?5t*rf^ E. 8. 68; cffc^Frr'sfr^^T^T^'Ta ^^);^1?ffrftKdty.-Comp. - ^ ^rffpT^j^fE'Ef fq%^nrn=nf rfqgsr^# qrr
^ g f q t H Su5r.; Bri. S. 76. 6. - 2 To a. descended in a regular line. ^ r ^ jftf^: Pt. 1 ; ^m% R%^^'^lf5=f
follow in drinking. - 3 ( 2 P . ) =Bf5- a cow that calves regularly. f^ri^tTqip%^H^^ f ^t^; ^ i . 9.48.
qF?^q.v. ^T^'^q ^ J , " ^ ^ T adv. I n regu- - 3 Imitation.
^5^TPt 1 A drink taken with or
lar order, one by one, successive- ^iT5T^r(' A subsequent question
after medicine (Bfq- ^ q ^ ^ f q^Fi:F
ly, from above, downwards ; from (having reference to what the
q^ ^ r ^ ^ f ^F^lt^ c ^ rf?F ); a fiuid
the beginning or first; qTrt^Tq^- teacher has previously said).
vehicle in medicine. 2 A drink
^^^'. Ms, 8.142; 3.39, 7.35. ^ J r a r % : / 1 ^ e r y close
close at hand.
B T 5 ^ ^ a. Eegular, orderly, attachment. - 2 Very close logical
BT5Cff^f;sf a. Serving as a liquid
successive. ^ crBfi^g^ q,v, connection (of words ).
vehicle of medicine. af An after-
drink, what is fit to be drunk after. ST^Srer^ Gaus.To propitiate, con-
qq^~qq^ ] ( A rope, cord &c.) ciliate ; f ^ V. 3.
ST^qr 2 P, -7177 10 P. 1 To
Fastened along the back, tied BT^rq'Mlf^* Propitiation, concilia-
guard, watch over, protect, defend; lengthwise.
^ry^T^ft^ R q ^ cfrqsnnfrrgqT?^^ t i o n ; fJT^'ff ffRpfrfV. 3.
^ r a q ^ a. 1 Not endowed with. ST^TSHE^ ct' Latitudinal, follow-
Ms. 8. 27 keep in custody. - 2 To - 2 Not invested with the sacred ing the breadth or latitude.
conform to, obey, observe; f ^nc?^^^-
thread (Bfjq^^Jtrf). ^sSTprr 2 P. To breathe after.
5T*T2^<'r^ ^' 21; 5Efc^[gqT^^c5Fr^
^TH Cl. Not sown (as seed); Gaus. To animate, support, feed,
H . 4. 23; SOTrf^, ^5^,'Prfif &C,;
keep, preserve; BT^q'fr^^Trff JfyAll'^ "^UX^ fallow, meadow, (ground &c.). help ; mostly used in the state-
Ki. 2. 10 watching. ^raffe^jj a. Grown without ment of Alankaras in a sentence
B T j q r ^ Preserving, keeping up, being sown. ^nc^-^n3^%rfr ^Eq^ftn%: &c.
obeying. ^ ^ M ^ ( 4 Tracing, tracking. BT?nn^!f Breathing after, anima-
BYTtn<cf Ci. Not rendered fit ^ r l M ^ M 1 -^ gi^t, donation. - 2 tion.
for or consecrated for sacrificial pur- A sort of external effort of the ^rTSTT^ 5 P. 1 To get, obtain.
poses. - C o m p . - Ax^ flesh of an ani- vocal organs giving rise to parti- - 2 To reach, go to, overtake ; Tf-
mal not prepared for sacrifice. cular letters ( qfnq'^q') ; cr^ *^r- ilH^lJTgxrrfff: Mb. - 3 To imitate;
^ f r ^ ' ^ ^ ^5K^ E.
^T^smr 75 ^ T ^

4.22. - 4 To arrive, come( intrans. ); NiM KM d r-'M mx^ ' T T T ^ ^ i ^ U. 3 ary member (j^^j^FFF^, Bfq-qf4); a
^Xx^fAAx ^HH^mH; K. 1 3 2 ; V e . v.l.for Bf5^^^; |^tTf^?ffTfTf^rm^^- secondary symptom, symptomatic
6. - 5 To get back. 5 ^ ^ K . 262. ( e ) To follow, suc- afi'ection, attendant on the princi-
^ J T T ^ P' P' Eeached, got, ob- ceed, come close upon; ^fc^f^^ w - pal disease (qFrFFqrfFFt^crrfTrHFqp^) ;
tained. TXT^fff '^ffl^rffq^ ^nr^fTqfgpw^ff^T 1S"T3^r frsR^qrrjSu^r.-7 Connect-
BT^imfvlj; / . Getting to, reaching^ K. 73; see Bf^q-V^ below. - 5 To foster, ing link or adjunct of a subject or
arriving &c. cherish, entertain, harbour; ^ 5 f^ topic ; theme, matter of discussion ;
^ S T T ^ ? [sTJifrf: r ^ ^ 3 ^ W ^^XX: xA^^^^^^XXrX nx^^ Mark. P . - 6introductory reasons ; (ftqqq^F^qn^-
qTFF'tTf^Fq': Bfj%^:) ( a n indispensable
g'Tft q^^'qf^ 5EfTf^\^q-f ^irq^FFT- To bear, endure; Ks. 49. 47. - 7 Not
element of the Vedanta).-8 (Gram.)
of ^ ] Alliteration, repetition of to burst or break loose, hold or keep
An indicatory syllable or letter in-
similar letters, syllables or sounds; together; v f ^ ^ ^ f^r^5TrT3^=f-
^ rfrfq"; H . l . 95.'-^pass. To be relat- tended to denote some peculiarity in
q^^ff^TWff^: K. P . 9 ; ( ^ ? ^ ^ T ^ -
the inflection, accent &c, of the
>si^ sqrsr^^f^q qof^F^ r ^ ^ n r f : ed to or connected with.
^X^X ^qm-; ^f5ff^: ^l^?[HFf4 Wqf'q ^ 3 ^ ^ P' P' 1 Bound, attached, word to which it is attached ; as the
^ in qt^, or in f q^; ^^xj^ qrr^fqrf^ f-
X^X^ q<T S. D. 633.) Bfj^f^ is tied to. "2 Following in the train,
^^Jrfri%5Tc3T^^n:qT3^i K i . 13. 19.
of 5 kinds ; {a) ^Tcff" or single coming as a consequence; BTg^;^-
?^T?f?mf2fr5 f%=^r^ Dk. 41.-3 Con- - 9 Offence, fault.-lO An obstacle^
alliteration; q^^r^^^fpNt^^, qn^ff-
impediment; also the clog or en-
qif\qiqq':q^q"j; 5vit?|=fff"=q'Ff^W3Tirr&c. nected with, related to, relating or
belonging to. - 4 Constantly sticking cumbrance of a family; domestic
K. p . 7. (6) ffrf^ or harmonious, (c)
ties or attachment.-ll A child or
^ j l ^ ' or melodious, {d) BTc?f or to, being i n ; continued, continuous;
pupil who follows the example set
final; as 'f^ f^rf: grrqr qfrf*. {e) IH^^Ii'i^^^^'C: Ve. 1 ; grvfqRT^tff-
by his parent or teacher( J^qfjq'FqT'
^^'') '^"^f^TTsffq^q'q- qq^ XAx F ' W F ^ . f ftfg U . 3 ; r % ^ ^ K. 6 6 ; ^ftjf^-
^ ^ P T J 1^^ constantly flowing.-5 F%5r:).-12 Beginning, commence-
For definitions and examples see
Fixed upon, directed towards; ^?^- ment.-13 Eepeated application or
8. D. 633-38 and K. P . 9thUll^sa.
f^ ^q^^^Fff: E k . 33. devotion {^q-. q^q BfF%^^ ). - 1 4
^ ^ 1 A. To run after, follow;
BK^^; 1 Binding or fastening on, Course, pursuit.-lS A small bit or
^4*i*^^ ^N<^'^* ^nt^^Tfi^^TffPrq' connection, attachment, tie (lit. part, a trifle.-16 The junction of a
^ p j T ^ r ^ 3 ^ ^ A.E. 5. & fig.) J f ^ jf^^^'sfficg^f^rfCTr?- fraction (with an integer), as WXf^^
BT5K^: A follower, servant; ^fi^- f^t Mai. 2 ; i T ^ ^ ? r ^;q?r ^ t ? ^ > q"qi;^:.-17Base, stem ( q f ft). ^
K^:Jrgi:fq- ^'^Hl-Ninf E. 13. 7 5 ; ^ f^T^'^^^j f i ^ ^ ^Ffn% u . 3 [ ^ j q " ^ ^ ^F'^^^q- ^FF'^q"^ ^ ^ q ^ ]
Mv. 2, 7. 19. state of feeling; K. 257.-2 Un- 1 Thirst.-2 Hickup.
^ 5 ^ ^ 9 P . 1 To bind or fasten interrupted succession, unbroken se-
^ 3 ^ ^ Cl. Connected, related.
to, attach, tie, connect; ^fjfcf f^fBrf- quence, continuous flow, continuity;
5pf3^F^ ^XXX^'^X Si. 8. 69 forming, series, chain; ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ ? : r f ^ f^T- ^ 3 ^ ^ Connection, succession^
series &c.
arranging; gr^f^f^ xx^^ ^ W 3 ^ - Xj^X^X^ S. 4.14;ff^ K. 236 follow-
^ ^ (f^wr3f3rr*)Eam.;;eicfr^rrr5^ ing up death, desire for dying ; ^ 3 ^ f ^ ^ ct' {oft. at the end of
qff^ Dk. 114 connected with. 3T5^rrf^Htr K. 280; ^ r ^r^^- comp,) 1 {a) ^ Connected with,
- 2 (a)To have in the train (fig. also); # ^ q r 3 ^ ^ 309 ( persistence in ) attached or related to ; B^fr ^^^iH"
T Rf^^q^fj^^rf Bhag. ( 5) To bring following me, 317; |?: , qx^X'^y ' q " R r 3 ^ ^ r ^t^nr^^qr MaL l hav-
about, cause, lead to, result in, pro- Dk. 63, 161; g=s?qtff tf'q* ^^FifgqfvT: ing for its contents or subject
duce as a consequence; ^Tr^^Tff^ K. 63 continuous sorrow ; Jr?^^f?f- matter &c.; q#^^ff3^\fl' Dk. 101
^?[f* M b . ; I fq^ ^ rf^f f^#fr>S^H 5rr^?rr"Eatn. l ; 4. 16; :j=ff3^m: ^M" continuing, {b) Mixed or blended
^rarft^rPTJ^^ff^E. VL 1.141 com. ^ ^ 1 : ^ ^ ^ ^ H T f : E . 1. 64 con- with; jftri4jdchr55i^r3tr%Tr A^x^-
- 3 To press, importune, urge,request; tinuous, uninterrupted; q^fvg^f'4|Jf- ^ ^ r ^ T ^ ^ Mai. 9.-2 Followed
3 ^ : 5?f^5i^^^qFTr^r E . 69, 133, 207, g ^ ^ q ^ f f E. 9. 69 continuous en- by, accompanied w i t h ; having in
233. - 4 ( a ) To attend or follow joyment; BT^f ^r>S^^5Tq-t3qr^: ^ I r f : its train, resulting in, having as a
closely, follow at the heels of, fol- V. 5 giving rise to a chain'of evils. consequence; tff^^fJfrqr^HfirTr^^PqTJ-
l o w ; ^ 5 ^sT^W^^^^Tr^T^rPmqTfr- - 3 Descendants, posterity ; ^ffg^Tf # M r D k . 6 0 ; B T ^ J T m ^ t ^ 6 7 j
*-^Hirri^T#t m^i S. 7] ? f ^ q g % ^ - f cff l[n% Eam.-4 Consequence, re- ^ r ^ W ^ f r r ^ T 3 ^ 156; 5:^J:5E^-
rj^jt^juHpf K. 139; f ^ t f r f r ^ ^ ^ T ^ ^ sult ( good or b a d ) ; BTfcHffMr^^^T ^^f^ V. 4 one misfortune closely
HXFX^ rRC^^?frf% K. 158, 194, K. 319 in consequence of; ^ ^ ^ - follows another, or misfortunes
319, 347 ; K i . 6. 8 ; Mv. 7. 18; Si. g ^ ' q ' l ^ E g . 18. 39, 2 5 ; B T 2 ^ - never come single; K. 349; Ki. 1.
5. 26. (5) To chase,pursue;?f^rr5^^- 'TWr^: ^Hfr^!%^^rr; Eam. - 5 20; Bg. 15. 2; T^ ?Tnrr3^cfrrfW
JTHT K 120; B T j ^ i ^ f g^3?5ff^?J^ Intention; design, motive, cause;
?EfJr^fqT fq* E. 1. 22 being associated
132. ( c ) To adhere or stick to, ^ a ^ ' r f ^ r ^ t ^ i f ^ r ^ ^ q - r f T ^ : I ^f-
with. - 3 Lasting, thriving, pros-
cling to ;vn:2rrf^^r%^r ^ins^-^frf xxAxx'^ =^r^r^^ i^ ^5 ^x^^xx^perous, growing apace, continuous^
l^bTOFf: E . 221. (t?) To continue, Ms. 8. 1 2 6 ; tfrq-of evil designs. uninterrupted; BTfq- xq^x^fkAm^^^
take up; rf't^r^^iWrfT; 322; XXX^ - 6 An adjunct of a thing, a second- ^ Tqi^*i[^rH3%'^ qff^^f Ku. 5. 34;
q^^ 76
%^?rrf'r^5T'qT3tf^E.6. 77 conti- 121;BT^;?rr: i f ^ ' F q ^ E . 1. 21; Ku. lustre, splendour, might, power,
m
nuous, uninterrupted or all-pervad- 2. 45 ;E. 7. 28; Bfr<^^^rHf ^ ^N"- authority; (qft^rq^T:^) BT3*rrqT^-
ing ;K. 246, 303. 'Tf^Hiq^^^ 9r^*iF?^^ E. 121 ; BT- ^TTS %?rrTftfrffftr^ E. i. 3 7 ; ^rq"-
B^3^^ a. 1 Principal, chief, pri- ^ ^ ^ ^ HimVrft^^^ S.5. 7 ; jfNiHTqT^T^^5rnrf^: ^. 7 ; B^3iTrq--
mary (which may receive an adjunct, Ku. 4. 41 ; ^qc^iHr-4 ^^qPTPTT^?^ ^fNT'*^HI'5im^'q'>gJ^f^: XJ. 1,3; 6.
as a root, a disease &c.). -2 [ qqf^ #- M. 5 undergoing the state of a 20, 41, 4. 22, K. 108, 240; V. 1; Ki.
vif: Bfj^: qxAx^ ^qXf^ ] To be killed servant; ^ * 1 3 > T ^ qr^ K . 77 being 1. 6 ; Dk. 29, 1 1 3 ; Mv. 6. 5 3 ; B T -
( as a bull), one of the three princi- in the sixth year, six years old. -2 fr Hffs^rrq". T T T ^ i^^f: s. 3 of
pal sacrificial animals at the ^q'Ffcfg'Fq' To learn, hear, understand; t^rvrr3- great might or power; ^ff^ ^ ^c^-
sacrifice; ^ 1 ^ 3 ^ ^ : K. P. 2. ^q^ Ch. Up.-3 To try, test, put 'Hr5ttidiqd^ii4ir?t4l E . lo. 38, 2.
^||^^ [BTf t f ^ P ^ ^ * ] A rear- to^he test ; q- ^ ^^TPf^rf^ ?rr5=qr- 75 greatness (dignity) &c., valour,.
guard, an auxiliary army following ^rft ^^^TT^ I B T 3 ^ n^t = ^ ^ Ki. 6 . 2 8 ; *Tfr3*rr^srfrRr: ^rrft" ?r-
another. = ^ T ^ ^ ^ 5 ^ II Bk. 5. 35.-4 To com- rf ^qHMcftfi Mai. 1 very noble or
^ i T 5 5 ^ ^ '^^ "^^ awake, to recol- prise, include, grasp; f ^XH^ 3?- dignified. -2 ( In Ehet. ) An exter-
nal manifestation or indication of
lect; learn, obtain information of, 3^^f^ Ch. IJp.-5 To come up with, a feeling (vff^ ) by appropriate
know, be aware of ; ^ ^XXXXH^^^^ arrive at, get, obtain ( mostly Ved.
symptoms, such as by look, gesture
K. 104 does not perceive or recog- in these senses ).'-^Gaus. 1 To cause &c., called by some ensuant (vff*
nise.Co5^5. 1 To remind, put in to enjoy, feel,or experience; BTj^rrq"-
qtr^qr-q-); ^Fq -AAx^ mm^^ X:^
mind of;BT^^*^4|wi^jf^^f^T AS'. 1 f^ ^=15% ^rc?r; ^fjrf^ ?Tf f^: M u . \ 15;
^A^A A %,S5Wf firf 's^qfcTf:,* q ^ ^^-
well reminded. -2 To advise, in- t^ii^Tr^'iiRch+i^i^iT^diRH E)k. 125;
^: W ^ S?f5fqfk; ^J^C qrFTT ^t:
form; f ^ f^l^^"l hh<^M4l>^^<E.
Bv. 1. 120.-2 To reflect on, meditate, ^ ^ 1 ^ ^TqfF^q"? I ^ ^: qi.T4^^:
8. 75.
think of; q^x^ ^xq T^X^^^^X^X^XrX^ %65W^ qfFsw^tr- II S. D. 162,
^4^PT? 1 An after-thought, re-
K. 176, 279.-3 To infer, know ; ^- 163 &c.; f^l^q* iH^Pf^fti ^cqr^FS^Trq^TTqT-
collection. -2 Eeviving the scent of
^rcTO^TfN" ^ : ^ ^ 3 ^ r ^ ^ H. f^ Mdl. 9. 35. -3 Firm opinion or
faded perfumes, replacing them resolution, determination, belief;
4.101.
when removed by bathing.
BT3;qt^ EecoUection, reminding. 3T3'Tq"; 1 Direct perception oa: cog- ^T3*Trqr^^ ij;^^r?:^^rFiE:i.i3.15.
B?3vn'^Rr a. Causing to under-
^ H i l l ^ u l A work resembling a nition, knowledge derived from per- stand, making one apprehend,
sonal observation or experiment, no-
Brdhma^a ( ^f5f^^^ 5rq-: P. IV.
tion, apprehension, the impression indicative; ""XXt understanding,
2. 62 Sk. ).
on the mind not derived from mem- knowledge; i(^^^ f ^ ^^'MH'i'Tr-
3^5*11^1^1^,-^ ct' [ r f ^ ^ t ^ q f f l t ory, one of the kinds of know- qr^fcfT ^ ^ Bhasha. P. 84.
^XA^xq^' ] One who learns or knows ledge ; ^ft^qw^'If^Fq" f[%:: I xxx flfqqr BT^jviT^ Indication of feelings
anBfj^fOT. ^^f^5>Tq^ I ^qTFT^q^ W^^frf: I by signs, gestures &c.'
^fig^TcT-^flrrar &c. see under B^^JJ. rff^ ^ q ^ ^ q j which again is* q-- BT3>TTf%^ ct. 1 Perceiving, know-
^<|'^rM'^V ^ Eepetition of an ^TF^ right & Bfq?ff^ wrong. See T.S. ing, showing signs of feeling. -2
assertion to refute it. -2 Ee- 34. ( The Kaiyayikas recognize An eye-witness; BT3>TT#^.f ^: ^-
peating what has been said. -3 ^rq^y Bfg^M, Zqq\q and ^F^^ as f^^^^\^\^ ^qrrN^r Ms. 8.69.
Conversation,dialogue(Bfg- ^^ >TFq^). the four sources of knowledge; -3 Being or coming after.
B^l^j^rrf^ a. Speaking in reply; the Vedantins and Mimamsakas ^ ^ [ ^ - f ^ ] Eerceiving,
B. 16. 86. add two more Bf^sfjxff^ and Bfjtf^y- understanding. ^;/. Experience,
^w^ijl^; A kind of crow. ( ^ ; the Vai^eshikas and Bauddhas direct knowledge or perception;
^ 3 J ^ 7 A . To enjoy, experi- admit the first two only, the ^r^HftMl ^T^f3^: Bri. Tip.
ence ( good or bad things ), suffer Sankhyas exclude ^sqiff, while the B T 3 ^ : / . 1 Perception, appre-
( as the due consequences of one's Charvakas admit q^q^ only. Other hension, experience. -2 (In Nyaya)
deeds ) ; ^^TgrfT^W^ "^[RW ^Fq*- sections of philosophical schools Knowledge derived from four
^ E. 19. 39 ; ^ i^HM^HH'^- add three more to the six sources sources: namely direct perception,
2T|7 KU. 7. 5. of knowledge recognised by the inference, comparison, and ve]?bal
BTg^Mh 1 Enjoyment. -2 A Mimamsakas ; -^FPTq ' equivalence' j knowledge; see Bhasha. P. 51-52,-3
^ n ^ ' fallible testimony ', and %Yf Dignity, consequence. -Conip- -xf-
grant of land in perpetuity for ser-
'gesture'.) -2 Experience; BT3>Tq' ^fp^: i^. of the gloss or para-
vice done.
q ' ^ ^ ^ f e ^ q f t r N. 4.105 -3 Un- phrase of the principal Upanishads
^ ^ 1 P. 1 To enjoy; taste,
derstanding.-4 Eesult, consequence. by Madhavacharya.
experience, feel, have experience -Comp. fif^ ct. established by
or knowledge of, notice, perceive experience. ^ 3 ^ 1. 3. P. To praise conform-
( by the senses &c. ); to suffer, bear, ably; to throw or commit into.
undergo (as misery &c.); BT5=^^ ^ BTg^rq*; 1 Dignity, consequence B^>T "ni. Praising conformably)
or dignity of person, majestic imitating.
^Tiwr? 77 ^
^ ^ ^ 1 ^ ^* -^ younger brother BjHHg a. Consenting to, permit- 3T: ^ fX^ II BfJ^q- rffqf ^Tr^[^^T?fF>T-
( 3Tfqifr Wrft ). ting, allowing, suffering (opp. to q^qttqf: K.P. 10. -ColHp. - ^ ^ / .
active agent ); Bg. 13. 22; Ms. 5. reasoning; logical inference.
^444d' 1 P. Ved. To rejoice
51 adviser. 3T3'TrT5|\ ct. { fq^RT/.) Causing an
over, gladden.
^SX^^pPX^ 1^ A. To consecrate or inference as an effect, being the
BT^nffrT p. P' Intoxicated with joy. ground of an inference.
accompany with sacred hymns or
BT3HTO* poi.p. To be praised in ^2f^f^: / Inference from given
magical formulas; to dismiss with
succession, to be granted with praise.
sacred and auspicious words, dis- premises; the knowledge obtained
^f^^TTT^^ A. 1 To agree or con- miss with a blessing; f^^^g" qTf^- by means of Bfjrffq- qTF^^f^^f fff;;f;R-.
sent to, comply with, approve, sanc- ^ l ^ ^ ^ ^ S ' ^ : U. 2 ( V . L for Bff^- 5PfF^: the knowledge that arises
tion, grant; to permit, allow; ?f^ A^)] x^qx^x^ ^^^^ ^f^ ^rqt65ff-from deduction or syllogistic
Hr?iH3H33^'fhTfr% ^f^^^^^ 'tfe- f ^ : Mb. reasoning. ^
?T5E. I L 39;M. 1.12;?T5r?2Trj!L^5^- Bf3Jf?fOf Consecration by hymns BT3f^r^r Desire of inferring.
^Tr^>S3H% E.4.87; 14.20; ^[^qjfprf and prayers. BT^nr pot. 2^' Inferable, to be
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