Sanskrit Words for Passion


wish, desire, longing, desire for, longing after, love, affection , object of desire or of love or of pleasure
love , especially sexual love or sensuality
Love or Desire personified
object of desire
for one's own pleasure, of one's own free will, of one's own accord, willingly, intentionally
desirous of, desiring, having a desire or intention
a stake in gambling
a metre consisting of four lines of two long syllables each

1 akṣamada (passion) 2 aṅgaja (passion) 3 anurāga (passion) 4 anurāgeṅgita (passion) 5 anurasa (passion) 6 abhinaya (passion) 7 abhiroruda (passion) 8 amarṣa (passion) 9 aye (passion) 10 arajas (passion) 11 arati (passion) 12 āṅgika (passion) 13 ānurakti (passion) 14 āpratinivṛttaguṇormicakra (passion) 15 āveśana (passion) 16 ugratā (passion) 17 ugratva (passion) 18 ujjvala (passion) 19 uttyakta (passion) 20 utsava (passion) 21 udāvarta (passion) 22 udghaṭṭana (passion) 23 uddīpana (passion) 24 uddīpta (passion) 25 udyudh (passion) 26 udrañj (passion) 27 uparasa (passion) 28 upahata (passion) 29 uṣma (passion) 30 ūrmi (passion) 31 ūṣman (passion) 32 ṛghā (passion) 33 kandarpajvara (passion) 34 kaṣāya (passion) 35 kāmakāma (passion) 36 kāmakāmin (passion) 37 kāmaguṇa (passion) 38 kāmaja (passion) 39 kāmatas (passion) 40 kāmamohita (passion) 41 kāmalola (passion) 42 kāmavṛddhi (passion) 43 kāmāgni (passion) 44 kāmātmatā (passion) 45 kāmādhikāra (passion) 46 kāmānala (passion) 47 kāmārta (passion) 48 kāmāvasāyitṛ (passion) 49 kāmopahata (passion) 50 kunta (passion) 51 kuntī (passion) 52 kaiśika (passion) 53 kaiśikī (passion) 54 kopa (passion) 55 kopavega (passion) 56 kopana (passion) 57 kopāya (passion) 58 kauśika (passion) 59 krudh (passion) 60 krodha (passion) 61 khaṣpa (passion) 62 kheda (passion) 63 khedavigama (passion) 64 garjana (passion) 65 guṇa (passion) 66 ghṛṇi (passion) 67 caṇḍa (passion) 68 caṇḍiman (passion) 69 cittapramāthin (passion) 70 tejas (passion) 71 tyaj (passion) 72 dvayātiga (passion) 73 dhrāji (passion) 74 dhvastadhī (passion) 75 dhvastarajaḥsattvatamomala (passion) 76 nirañjana (passion) 77 nīraja (passion) 78 nīrajastamaska (passion) 79 nīrajastamasā (passion) 80 nīrāga (passion) 81 pakvakaṣāya (passion) 82 parorajas (passion) 83 prakup (passion) 84 pracaṇḍatā (passion) 85 pratibaddharāga (passion) 86 pratirambha (passion) 87 pratyākhyāna (passion) 88 prācaṇḍya (passion) 89 bāhyasambhoga (passion) 90 bhaga (passion) 91 bhāma (passion) 92 bhāva (passion) 93 bhāvodaya (passion) 94 bhāvika (passion) 95 bhāvuka (passion) 96 matsara (passion) 97 matta (passion) 98 mattamayūra (passion) 99 mada (passion) 100 madakala (passion) 101 madajvara (passion) 102 madarāga (passion) 103 madavikṣipta (passion) 104 madavihvala (passion) 105 madavihvalita (passion) 106 madavīrya (passion) 107 madākula (passion) 108 madāndha (passion) 109 madotkaṭa (passion) 110 madonmatta (passion) 111 madana (passion) 112 madanīya (passion) 113 manorāga (passion) 114 manyu (passion) 115 manmatha (passion) 116 māḍhi (passion) 117 māda (passion) 118 māra (passion) 119 mārāṅka (passion) 120 maithunajvara (passion) 121 yauvanodbheda (passion) 122 rakta (passion) 123 raktatā (passion) 124 raja (passion) 125 rajaḥputra (passion) 126 rajaḥpluta (passion) 127 rajas (passion) 128 rajastoka (passion) 129 rajasvala (passion) 130 rajonimīlita (passion) 131 rajoviriktamanas (passion) 132 rañjaka (passion) 133 rabhasa (passion) 134 rati (passion) 135 rasabhaṅga (passion) 136 rasāntara (passion) 137 rasābhiniveśa (passion) 138 rasotpatti (passion) 139 rāga (passion) 140 rāgada (passion) 141 rāgabandha (passion) 142 rāgātmaka (passion) 143 rāgāndha (passion) 144 rāgānvita (passion) 145 rāgāyāta (passion) 146 rāgodreka (passion) 147 rājasa (passion) 148 repha (passion) 149 rujākara (passion) 150 ruṣ (passion) 151 roṣa (passion) 152 roṣākulita (passion) 153 roṣāgni (passion) 154 rūḍhamanyu (passion) 155 lohitanayana (passion) 156 laulya (passion) 157 vikāra (passion) 158 vigatarāga (passion) 159 vigāḍhamanmatha (passion) 160 viraja (passion) 161 virajastamas (passion) 162 virajīkṛ (passion) 163 virajībhū (passion) 164 virajībhūta (passion) 165 virakta (passion) 166 virakti (passion) 167 virāgārha (passion) 168 vītamatsara (passion) 169 vega (passion) 170 velā (passion) 171 vairāga (passion) 172 vyañjaka (passion) 173 vyasana (passion) 174 vyasanitā (passion) 175 vyāsaṅga (passion) 176 vyutkrāntarajas (passion) 177 śama (passion) 178 śamanīcamedhra (passion) 179 śamatha (passion) 180 śaru (passion) 181 śarīraja (passion) 182 śāntatā (passion) 183 śāntarajas (passion) 184 śānti (passion) 185 śiva (passion) 186 śiṣya (passion) 187 śītala (passion) 188 śṛṅga (passion) 189 śṛṅgāra (passion) 190 śṛṅgārin (passion) 191 saṃrañj (passion) 192 saṃraktanayana (passion) 193 saṃraktalocana (passion) 194 saṃrāga (passion) 195 saṃrabh (passion) 196 sakaṣāya (passion) 197 saṃtāpana (passion) 198 samada (passion) 199 samutkaṇṭakita (passion) 200 sammadavaī (passion) 201 sarāgatā (passion) 202 sarāgatva (passion) 203 sānurāga (passion) 204 sāhasaikarasika (passion) 205 sāhasaikāntarasānuvartin (passion) 206 sumadātmajā (passion) 207 snehākūta (passion) 208 hastin (passion) 209 heḍa (passion) 210 heḷa (passion) 211 anuparāga (passion) 212 udvega (passion) 213 ogha (passion) 214 madanaviklava (passion) 215 rajoviśāla (passion)
aká--mada [p= 3,2] [L=492]
passion for dice.
(H3) m.
ága--ja [p= 7,3] [L=1526]
produced from or on the body , ornamental L.

ága--ja [L=1527.1]
a son L.





ága--ja [L=1534]
(H3) mfn.
[L=1527]produced by a supplementary ceremony
(H3B) m.
[L=1528]hair of the head
[L=1529]the god of love
[L=1530]intoxicating passion
[L=1532]a disease
(H3B) n.
anu-rāga [p= 37,2] [L=7082]
attachment , affection , love , passion

S3is3. ix , 8 , &c
(H2) m.
[L=7083]red colour
anurāge* gita [L=7086]
gesture expressive of passion.
(H3) n.
anu-rasa [p= 37,3] [L=7101]
(in poetry) a subordinate feeling or passion

&c ) Sus3r. &c
(H1) m.
[L=7102]a secondary flavour (as a little sweetness in a sour fruit ,
abhi-naya [p= 63,3] [L=11594]
1. abhi-.
abhi-naya [p= 64,3] [L=11697]
(indication of a passion or purpose by look , gesture , &c ) acting , dramatic action (expressive of sentiment)
(H1) »
(H2) m.
abhi-rorudá [p= 68,2] [L=12210]
causing tears (indicative of strong passion) AV. vii , 38 , 1.
abhi-rorudá [L=12229]
(H2) mfn.
(H1) »
a-mara [p= 81,1] [L=13968]
( √ mṛṣ) , non-endurance Pa1n2. 3-3 , 145

MBh. R. &c

of a prince VP.
(H1) m.
[L=13969]impatience , indignation , anger , passion
aye [p= 86,1] [L=14981]
a vocative particle , an interjection (of surprise , recollection , fatigue , fear , passion , especially used in dramas , cf. ayi).
(H1) ind.
a-rajás [p= 86,2] [L=15039]
dustless S3Br. xiv , N., free from passion or desire MBh. xiv , 1283
a-rajás [L=15039.1]
" not having the monthly courses " , a young girl.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) f.
a-rati 1 [p= 86,3] [L=15138]
dissatisfaction , discontent , dulness , languor Buddh. Jain. &c

MBh. BhP. &c


a-rati 1 [L=15142]
discontented L.
aratí 2 [p= 87,1] [L=15150]
( √ ri cf. ara , áram) , " moving quickly " , a servant , assistant , manager , administrator RV. (for RV. v , 2 , 1 » 2. aratní)
(H2) f.
[L=15139]anxiety , distress , regret
[L=15140]anger , passion
[L=15141]a bilious disease
(H2B) mfn.
(H1) m.
āgika [p= 131,1] [L=22834]
expressed by bodily action or attitude or gesture &c (as dramatic sentiment , passion , &c ) Sa1h. &c

(H2) mfn.
[L=22835]a player on a tabor or drum
ānurakti [p= 141,1] [L=24597]
(= anu-rakti q.v.) , passion , affection L.
(H1) f.
ā-prati-nivtta-guo* rmi-cakra [p= 144,2] [L=25115]
(scil. jñāna , knowledge) through which the whole circle of wave-like qualities (of passion &c ) subside or cease completely BhP. ii , 3 , 12.
(H2) mfn.
ā-veśana [p= 155,3] [L=27130]
entering , entrance L.

&c Sa1h.


&c Mn.


(H2) n.
[L=27131]possession by devils
[L=27132]passion , anger , fury
[L=27133]a house in which work is carried on , a workshop , manufactory ,
[L=27134]the disk of the sun or moon
ugrá--tā [p= 172,2] [L=30155]
violence , passion , anger

MBh. Sa1h. &c
(H3) f.
[L=30156]pungency , acrimony
ugrá--tva [L=30157]
violence , passion , anger

MBh. Sa1h. &c
(H3) n.
[L=30158]pungency , acrimony
uj-jvala [p= 174,3] [L=30575]
blazing up , luminous , splendid , light

Sus3r. MBh. Katha1s. Sa1h. &c


uj-jvala [L=30582]
love , passion L.
uj-jvala [L=30583]
gold L.
uj-jvala [L=30585]
a form of the jagatī metre.
(H2) mfn.
[L=30577]clean , clear
[L=30578]lovely , beautiful
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
ut-tyakta [p= 179,3] [L=31466]
thrown upwards

(H2) mfn.
[L=31467]left , abandoned
[L=31468]free from worldly passion
ut-savá [p= 182,1] [L=31881]
» ut-sū , col.2.
ut-savá [p= 182,2] [L=31950]
enterprise , beginning RV. i , 100 , 8 ; 102 , 1

MBh. Ragh. Katha1s. Amar. &c




ut-sava [p= 1321,3] [L=322740]
(H1) &c
(H2) m.
[L=31951]a festival , jubilee
[L=31952]joy , gladness , merriment
[L=31953]opening , blossoming
[L=31954]height , elevation
[L=31956]passion , wrath
[L=31957]wish , rising of a wish
(H2) (in
ud-āvarta [p= 185,3] [L=32541]
a class of diseases (marked by retention of the feces) , disease of the bowels , iliac passion Sus3r. TS. vi , 4 , 1 , 1
(H2) m.
ud-ghaṭṭana [p= 187,3] [L=32876]
striking against , a stroke Megh.

Katha1s. Ba1lar.

(H2) n.
[L=32877]outbreak (of violence or passion)
[L=32878]opening , opening upwards (as a lid)
ud-dīpana [p= 188,2] [L=33014]
inflaming , exciting VarBr2S.

Das3. 12 , 10
ud-dīpana [L=33016]
the act of inflaming , illuminating
ud-dīpana [L=33017]
lighting up VarBr2S.
ud-dīpana [L=33018]
inflaming (a passion) , exciting , animating , stimulating R. R2itus. Sa1h. &c
ud-dīpana [L=33019]
an incentive , stimulus
ud-dīpana [L=33020]
any aggravating thing or circumstance (giving poignancy to feeling or passion) Sa1h.
ud-dīpana [L=33021]
burning (a body &c ) L.
(H2) mfn.
[L=33015]affecting violently (as poison)
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
ud-dīpta [L=33022]
lighted , set on fire or alight , shining L.

(H2) mfn.
[L=33023]inflamed , aggravated (as passion)
ud- √ yudh [p= 191,1] [L=33488]
-yodhati , to bubble up (as water) AV. xii , 3 , 29  ; 
to fly into a passion , show enmity or hatred against
(H1) P.
ud- √ rañj [p= 191,2] [L=33496]
P. -rā́rajīti , to become agitated , fly into a passion AV. vi , 71 , 2.
(H1) Intens.
upa-rasa [p= 205,1] [L=35514]
a secondary mineral (as red chalk , bitumen &c ) Bhpr.


(H1) m.
[L=35515]a secondary feeling or passion
[L=35516]a secondary flavour
úpa-hata [p= 211,3] [L=36449]
hit , hurt , damaged , injured , visited , afflicted , pained , infected S3Br. MBh. R. S3ak. &c



MBh. R. Hit. Katha1s.


Comm. on Mn. iii , 208.
(H2) mfn.
[L=36450]affected , transported (with passion)
[L=36451]seduced , misled
[L=36452]distressed , weakened , discouraged
[L=36454]scattered over , covered
uma 1 [p= 220,2] [L=37836]
heat L.




uma 2 [L=37841]
comp. for uman below) .
(H2) m.
[L=37837]the hot season
[L=37839]passion , anger
[L=37840]ardour , eagerness
(H2) (in
ūrmí [p= 222,3] [L=38296]
( √ Un2. iv , 44), a wave , billow RV. AV. VS. Ka1tyS3r. MBh. Ragh. &c

&c R. Prab. &c

Subh. ; or according to others , hunger , thirst , decay , death , grief , illusion Comm. on VP. W. )

TBr. ii , 5 , 7 , 1 S3is3. v , 4





L. ; ([cf. Lith. vil-ni-s ; Old High Germ. wella ; Mod. Germ. Welle ; Eng. well.])
(H1) mf.
[L=38297](figuratively) wave of pain or passion or grief
[L=38298]" the waves of existence " (six are enumerated , viz. cold and heat [of the body] , greediness and illusion [of the mind] , and hunger and thirst [of life]
[L=38299]speed , velocity
[L=38300]symbolical expression for the number six
[L=38301]a fold or plait in a garment
[L=38302]line , row
[L=38303]missing , regretting , desire
[L=38304]appearance , becoming manifest
ūmán [p= 223,1] [L=38352]
( √u cf. uman) , heat , glow , ardour , hot vapour , steam , vapour AV. vi , 18 , 3 VS. S3Br. Ka1tyS3r. BhP. (also figuratively said of passion or of money &c )


Gr.) N. applied to certain sounds (viz. the three sibilants , h , visarga , jihvāmūlīya , upadhmānīya , and anusvāra) RPra1t. 11 , &c APra1t. VPra1t. Ka1s3. &c (the TPra1t. omits visarga and anusvāra).
(H1) m.
[L=38353]the hot season
ṛ́ghā [p= 224,3] [L=38691]
violence , passion.
(H1) f.
kandarpa--jvara [p= 249,3] [L=43258]
passion , desire L.
(H3) m.
kaāya [p= 265,3] [L=46755]
astringent MBh. xiv , 1280 and 1411 R. Sus3r. Pan5cat. BhP.

Megh. 31

bhiku) MBh. Hariv. Mr2icch. Ya1jn5.
kaāya [L=46758]
(g. ardharcā*di) an astringent flavour or taste Sus3r.
kaāya [L=46759]
a yellowish red colour Ya1jn5. i , 272 Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 4-2 , 1
kaāya [L=46760]
an astringent juice , extract of juice S3Br. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. xi , 153
kaāya [L=46761]
a decoction or infusion Sus3r. (the result of boiling down a mixture consisting of one part of a drug and four or , according to some , eight or sixteen parts of water until only one quarter is left Sus3r. )
kaāya [L=46762]
any healing or medicinal potion Bhpr.
kaāya [L=46763]
exudation from a tree , juice , gum , resin L.
kaāya [L=46764]
ointment , smearing , anointing L.
kaāya [L=46765]
colouring or perfuming or anointing the person with cosmetics MBh.
kaāya [L=46766]
dirt , filth
kaāya [L=46767]
stain or impurity or sin cleaving to the soul ChUp. BhP.
kaāya [L=46768]
dulness , stupidity Veda1ntas.
kaāya [L=46769]
defect , decay , degeneracy (of which , according to Buddhists , there are five marks , viz. āyus-k° , dṛṣṭi-k° , kleśa-k° , sattva-k° , kalpa-k°)
kaāya [L=46770]
attachment to worldly objects W.
kaāya [L=46771]
red , redness
kaāya [L=46772]
a kind of snake Sus3r. ii , 265 , 14
kaāya [L=46773]
emotion , passion (rāga , of which the jainas reckon four kinds HYog. iv , 6 and 77)
kaāya [L=46774]
the kali-yuga L.
kaāya [L=46775]
the tree Bignonia Indica R. ii , 28 , 21
kaāya [L=46776]
N. of a teacher (v.l. kaśāya) g. śaunakā*di
kaāya [L=46777]
(as , ā , am) the tree Grislea tomentosa L.
kaāya [L=46779]
a dull or yellowish red garment or robe MBh. ii , 675 (cf. āya , pañca-kaāya ; a-nikaāya , full of impure passions MBh. xii , 568.)
(H1) mfn.
[L=46757]red , dull red , yellowish red (as the garment of a Buddhist
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) mfn.
(H1B) n.
kā́ma--kāma [p= 272,1] [L=47976]
" wishing wishes " , having various desires or wishes , following the dictates of passion TA1r. i , 31 , 1 MBh. iii , 11256 Bhag.
(H3) mfn.
kā́ma--kāmin [L=47977]
" wishing wishes " , having various desires or wishes , following the dictates of passion TA1r. i , 31 , 1 MBh. iii , 11256 Bhag.
(H3) mfn.
kā́ma--gua [L=48006]
" quality of desire " , affection , passion

kā́ma--gua [L=48009]
the objects of the five senses , sensual enjoyments Lalit. 225 , 4.
(H3) m.
[L=48007]satiety , perfect enjoyment
[L=48008]an object of sense
(H3B) m. pl.
kā́ma--ja [L=48034]
produced or caused by passion or desire , arising from lust Mn. vii , 46. 47. 50

Mn. ix , 107. 143. 147
kā́ma--ja [L=48036]
" born of kāma " , N. of aniruddha W.
kā́ma--ja [L=48037]
= kāmagamās VP.
(H3) mfn.
[L=48035]begotten or born of desire or lust
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m. pl.
kā́ma--tas [L=48047]
according to wish or affection , passionately , from passion or feeling (opposed to dharma-tas)

Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh. R. (cf. a-kāma-tas.)
(H3) ind.
[L=48047.1]of one's own accord , of one's own free will , willingly , intentionally , by consent
kā́ma--mohita [p= 272,2] [L=48139]
infatuated by desire or love or passion.
(H3) mfn.
kā́ma--lola [p= 272,3] [L=48166]
overcome with desire or passion W.
(H3) mfn.
kā́ma--vddhi [L=48188]
increase of sexual desire or passion L.
kā́ma--vddhi [L=48189]
a shrub of supposed aphrodisiac properties (called kāma-ja in the karāaka) L.
(H3) f.
(H3B) m.
kāmā* gni [L=48226]
the fire of love , passion , lust
(H3) m.
kāmā tma-tā [p= 273,1] [L=48237]
passion , lust Mn. ii , 2 R. ii , 21 , 57.
(H4) f.
kāmā* dhikāra [L=48238]
the influence of passion or desires W.

śāstra that relates to human wishes or desires W.
(H3) m.
[L=48239]that part of a
kāmā* nala [L=48241]
the fire of love , passion , lust W.
(H3) m.
kāmā* rta [L=48257]
afflicted by love or passion , in love W.
(H3) mfn.
kāmā* vasāyit [L=48265]
one who or anything that suppresses or destroys passion or desire L.
(H3) mfn.
kāmo* pahata [L=48289]
overcome with passion or desire W.
(H3) mfn.
kunta [p= 291,1] [L=52094]
a spear , lance ([cf. Lat. contus ; Gk. κοντός]) R. &c


Coix barbata) L.


(H1) m.
[L=52095]a small animal , insect
[L=52096]a species of grain (
[L=52098]the god of love
kuntī [p= 291,2] [p= 291,1] [L=52133]
N. of pthā (daughter of a yādava prince named śūra [or vasu Hariv. 5255] , who gave her to his childless cousin kunti or kuntibhoja , by whom she was adopted ; she afterwards became one of the wives of ṇḍu ; on one occasion before her marriage she paid such respect to the powerful sage durvāsas that he taught her an incantation or charm , by virtue of which she was to have a child by any god she liked to invoke ; out of curiosity she invoked the Sun , by whom she had a child cf. kara ; but the Sun afterwards restored to her her maidenhood; soon after his marriage ṇḍu retired to the woods to indulge his passion for hunting ; there he killed a male and female deer , who turned out to be a ṛṣi and his wife in the form of these animals ; the sage cursed ṇḍu and predicted that he would die in the embrace of one of his wives ; hence ṇḍu lived apart from kuntī , but with his approval she made use of her charm and had three sons , yudhiṣṭhira , bhīma , and arjuna , by the three deities dharma , vāyu , and indra respectively ; cf. mādrī) Pa1n2. MBh. &c

of a rākasī Buddh.



Boswellia thurifera L.

= guggulu) L.
(H2) f.
[L=52135]of a river
[L=52136]the wife of a Brahman
[L=52137]the plant
[L=52138]a fragrant resin (
kaiśika [p= 311,3] [L=56310]
(ī)n. (fr. kéśa) , hair-like , fine as a hair Sus3r.
kaiśika [L=56311]
(in music) N. of a rāga
kaiśika [L=56312]
love , passion , lust L.
kaiśika [p= 312,1] [L=56313]
N. of a prince (son of vidarbha and brother of kratha)
kaiśika [L=56314]
of several men Hariv. VP.
kaiśika [L=56315]
N. of a subdivision of the yādavas (descended from kaiśika) MBh. ii , 585 Ragh. Ma1lav.
kaiśika [L=56317]
N. of a locality or of a river MBh. iii , 10095
kaiśika [L=56318]
for kauśikī (N. of durgā) L.
kaiśika [L=56319]
the whole mass of hair , head of hair Pa1n2. 4-2 , 48.
(H2) mf
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m. pl.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
kaiśikī [L=56316]
(scil. vtti) one of the four varieties of dramatic style (graceful style , suited especially to the passion of love) Bhar. xx , 45 ff. Das3ar. ii , 44 Prata1par. Sa1h. (v.l. kauśikī)
(H2B) f.
kopa [p= 313,2] [L=56579]
( √kup) morbid irritation or disorder of the humors of the body Sus3r.

&c ) VarBr2S. VarBr2.

loc. gen. , prati , or upari , or ifc.) Mn. iii , 230 & viii , 280 MBh. &c (rarely pl. Hit. ; ifc. f(ā). Ma1lav. ; sa-kopa , " enraged " Pan5cat. ; sa-kopam , " angrily " Pan5cat. Hit. )

Ba1dar. ii , 1 , 26.
(H1) m.
[L=56580]fury (of fire , arms , war ,
[L=56581]passion , wrath , anger , rage (with
[L=56582]the state of being in contradiction with , incompatibleness with
kopa--vega [L=56596]
impetuosity of anger or passion W.

of a ṛṣi MBh. ii , 111.
(H3) m.
kopana [L=56604]
(ā)n. inclined to passion , passionate , wrathful , angry MBh. R. &c

kopana [L=56606]
N. of an asura Hariv. 2284
kopana [L=56607]
irritating MBh. xiv , 466
kopana [L=56608]
morbid irritation of the humors of the body Pa1n2. 5-1 , 38 Va1rtt. 1 Sus3r.
kopana [L=56609]
making angry MBh. xiii , 2426
(H2) mf
[L=56605]irritating , causing morbid irritation or disorder of the humors
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
kopāya [L=56615]
A1. °yate , to rage (as a passion) Hariv. 15567 (v.l.)
(H2) Nom.
kauśika 1 [p= 317,3] [L=57413]
(fr. kuśā or kuśī́) , " having paws " , an owl Sus3r. VarBr2S. Pan5cat. &c


kauśika 2 [L=57426]
forming a receptacle (as a wound ; » kośa-vat) Bhpr. vi , 35 (v.l. kauṣṭhika)

MBh. iii , 11461

MBh. iii
kauśika 2 [L=57429]
one who is versed in dictionaries L.
kauśika 2 [L=57430]
a lexicographer L.
kauśika 2 [L=57431]
one who catches snakes L.
kauśika 2 [L=57432]
the fragrant substance bdellium L.
kauśika 2 [L=57433]
marrow L.
kauśika 2 [L=57434]
a kind of seed L.
kauśika 2 [L=57437]
silk , silk cloth Ya1jn5. i , 186 MBh. xiii , 5502
kauśika 2 [L=57438]
a silk garment BhP. x , 83 , 28.
kauśiká 3 [p= 318,1] [L=57466]
relating to kuśika (or to kauśika) MBh. xiii , 2719
kauśiká 3 [L=57467]
(g. bidā*di) patr. of viśvā-mitra (who was the son or grandson of kuśika) , interpolation after RV. x , 85 MBh. R.
kauśiká 3 [L=57468]
of gādhi Hariv. 1457
kauśiká 3 [L=57469]
of bhadra-śarman VBr.
kauśiká 3 [L=57470]
N. of a teacher (author of the kauśikasūtra , brother of paippalādi) Br2A1rUp. Kaus3. Pa1n2. 4-3 , 103 Hariv. 11074
kauśiká 3 [L=57471]
N. of a grammarian Hariv. 5501
kauśiká 3 [L=57472]
of one of jarāsandhas's generals MBh. ii , 885
kauśiká 3 [L=57473]
N. of indra (as originally perhaps belonging to the kuśikas or friendly to them) RV. i , 10 , 11 S3Br. iii , 3 , 4 , 19 Shad2vBr. TA1r. A1s3vS3r. MBh. &c
kauśiká 3 [L=57474]
of sūrya TBr. i , 5 , 10 , 2 Sch.
kauśiká 3 [L=57475]
of a son of vasu-deva VP.
kauśiká 3 [L=57476]
of śiva L.
kauśiká 3 [L=57477]
of an asura Hariv. 2288
kauśiká 3 [L=57478]
Vatika robusta L.
kauśiká 3 [L=57479]
(in music) N. of a rāga
kauśiká 3 [L=57480]
(for kaiśika) love , passion L.
kauśiká 3 [L=57481]
the descendants of kuśika Hariv. 1770 ff.
kauśiká 3 [L=57482]
(of kuśa) R. i , 35 , 20
(H2) mfn.
[L=57414]an ichneumon
[L=57415]coming from an owl
(H2) mfn.
[L=57427]sheathed (a sword)
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m. pl.
(H1B) m.
Whitney Roots links: kruD
krudh 1 [p= 322,1] [L=58231]
krúdhyati (ep. rarely A1. °te MBh. i , 59 , 21 ; (» also krudhyamāna) ; perf. cukrodha S3Br. MBh. &c ; fut. 2nd krotsyati Pa1n2. 8-2 , 37 Ka1s3. ; fut. 1st kroddhā Pa1n2. 7-2 , 10 Siddh. ; aor. Subj. 2. sg. krudhas AV. MBh. ; inf. kroddhum Nal. ) , to become angry , be wrathful or angry with (dat. [ Pa1n2. 1-4 , 37] or gen.) , on account of (loc.): Caus. krodháyati (aor. ácukrudhat RV. v , 34 , 7 ; Subj. 1. sg. cukrudham , 1. pl. °dhāma) , to make angry , provoke , irritate RV. AV. R. (inf. krodhayitum) ; ([cf. Lith. rus-tus , " angry " ; rus-tybe7 " anger " ; Gk. κότος Germ. groll ; Hib. corruidhe , " anger , wrath , motion " ; corruigh , " fury , resentment. "])
krudh 2 [L=58235]
anger , wrath Katha1s. lxxvi , 18 (instr. °dhā " in a passion ")

(dhas) anger Ra1jat. iii , 514 (516 ed. Calc.)
(H1) cl.4 P.
(H2) f.
[L=58236]f. pl.
kródha [L=58241]
anger , wrath , passion VS. xxx , 14 AV. S3Br. &c

ifc. f(ā).) Amar.

lobha and nikti ; or of Death ; or of brahmā) VP.

of a dānava MBh. i , 2543 Hariv.

hum or hrū , Ra1matUp.
kródha [L=58248]
N. of the fifty-ninth year of the sixty years' bhaspati cycle VarBr2S.
kródha [p= 323,1] [L=58464]
» √1. krudh.
krodha [p= 1325,3] [L=329170]
(H2) m.
[L=58243]Anger (personified as a child of
[L=58245]of the mystic syllable
(H2B) n.
(H1) &c
(H2) (in
khapa [p= 338,3] [L=61699]
( √khan Un2. ) violence , oppression Un2.

(H1) m.
[L=61700]anger , passion
kheda [p= 340,1] [L=61916]
lassitude , depression R. &c

Pan5cat. &c

Pat. Introd. on Va1rtt. 1
kheda [p= 340,3] [L=62047]
dana , &c »khid.
(H2) m.
[L=61917]exhaustion , pain , affliction , distress
[L=61918]sexual passion
(H1) °
kheda--vigama [p= 340,1] [L=61921]
removal of sexual passion Pat. Introd. on Va1rtt. 1.
(H3) m.
garjana [p= 349,1] [L=63867]
crying , roaring , rumbling (of clouds) , growl , grunt R. Hit.


yudh) L.

(H2) n.
[L=63869]battle (
[L=63870]excessive indignation , reproach
guá [p= 357,1] [L=65497]
( √ grah Un2. ) a single thread or strand of a cord or twine (e.g. tri-g° q.v.) , string or thread , rope TS. vii Mr2icch. Kum. Ragh.


R. iii , 33 , 16 (cāpa-) Ragh. ix , 54 R2itus. Hit.

geom.) a sinew

S3is3. iv , 57 : ifc. (f(ā). ) with numerals " fold , times " (» cátur- , tri- , daśa- , dví- , pañca- ; rarely the numeral stands by itself along with guá [e.g. viśiṣṭo daśabhir guai , " of ten times higher value " Mn. ii , 85] AV. x , 8 , 43 MBh. iii , 15649 Hariv. 509 ; [gua = bhāga] Pa1n2. 5-2 , 47 Ka1s3. )


e.g. gandhasya guā , the different kinds of smell MBh. xii , 6847)

Mn. vii , 160 Ya1jn5. i , 346 MBh. ii , 155

upā*ya (q.v. , denoting the 4 ways of conquering an enemy) R. v , 81 , 41

» °o*pe*ta

e.g. sarva-gua mfn. " reaching to all subordinate parts " , hence " valid throughout " Ka1tyS3r. ) S3a1n3khS3r. A1s3vS3r. Ka1tyS3r. R. v , 1 , 71

S3a1n3khBr. xxvi , 4

anna i.e. rice or the chief dish) , side-dish Mn. iii , 224 ff.

= -karman , in Gr.) the secondary or less immediate object of an action Pa1n2. 1-4 , 51 Sch.

La1t2y. S3a1n3khGr2. Mn. iii , ix , &c

śabda , or sound for its gua and the ear for its organ ; 2. the air has tangibility and sound for its guas and the skin for its organ ; 3. fire or light has shape or colour , tangibility , and sound for its guas , and the eye for its organs ; 4. water has flavour , shape , tangibility , and sound for its guas , and the tongue for its organ ; 5. earth has the preceding guas , with the addition of its own peculiar gua of smell , and the nose for its organ) Mn. i , 20 and 76-78 MBh. xii , 6846 ff. S3ak. i , 1 BhP. iii , 5 , 35

khya phil.) an ingredient or constituent of prakti , chief quality of all existing beings (viz. sattva , rajas , and tamas i.e. goodness , passion , and darkness , or virtue , foulness , and ignorance ; cf. RTL. pp. 31 ; 36 ; 163) Mn. i ; iii , 40 ; xii , 24 ff. Sa1m2khyak. Bhag. xiii f.

VarBr2S. iic , 1

nyāya phil. twenty-four guas are enumerated , viz. 1. rūpa , shape , colour ; 2. rasa , savour ; 3. gandha , odour ; 4. sparśa , tangibility ; 5. sakhyā , number ; 6. parimāa , dimension ; 7. pthaktva , severalty ; 8. sayoga , conjunction ; 9. vibhāga , disjunction ; 10. paratva , remoteness ; 11. aparatva , proximity ; 12. gurutva , weight ; 13. dravatva , fluidity ; 14. sneha , viscidity ; 15. śabda , sound ; 16. buddhi or jñāna , understanding or knowledge ; 17. sukha , pleasure ; 18. dukha , pain ; 19. icchā , desire ; 20. dvea , aversion ; 21. prayatna , effort ; 22. dharma , merit or virtue ; 23. adharma , demerit ; 24. saskāra , the self-reproductive quality)


Mn. MBh. &c

&c ) Ka1vya7d. i , 41 f. Kpr. viii Sa1h. viii

bāhya-prayatnās [q.v.] and the 3 accents) Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 1-1 , 9 and 50 (cf. -mātra)

a (with ar , al Pa1n2. 1-1 , 51) , e , o Nir. x , 17 RPra1t. xi , 6 Pa1n2.


cf. -kāra) L.

(cf. -kāra) L.
gua [p= 1326,2] [L=330400]
āt, "by virtue of", "in consequence of", "by means of")
(H1) m.
[L=65498]a garland
[L=65499]a bow-string
[L=65501]the string of a musical instrument , chord
[L=65502]a multiplier , co-efficient (in
[L=65503]subdivision , species , kind (
[L=65504]the 6 subdivisions of action for a king in foreign politics (viz. peace , war , march , halt , stratagem , and recourse to the protection of a mightier king)
[L=65506]" requisite "
[L=65507]a secondary element , subordinate or unessential part of any action (
[L=65508]an auxiliary act
[L=65509]a secondary dish (opposed to
[L=65511]a quality , peculiarity , attribute or property
[L=65512]an attribute of the 5 elements (each of which has its own peculiar quality or qualities as well as organ of sense ; thus 1. ether has
[L=65514](hence) the number " three "
[L=65515]a property or characteristic of all created things (in
[L=65516]an epithet
[L=65517]good quality , virtue , merit , excellence
[L=65518]the merit of composition (consistency , elegance of expression ,
[L=65519]the peculiar properties of the letters (11 in number , viz. the 8
[L=65520]the first gradation of a vowel , the vowels
[L=65521]an organ of sense
[L=65522]a cook (
(H2) (also "power, might" ;
ghṛ́ṇi 1 [p= 379,1] [L=70083]
= °á RV. ii , 33 , 6 (ghṛ́ṇī*va for °er-iva) ; vi , 3 , 7 (Ved. loc. °ā) and 16 , 38

AV. vii , 3 , 1) S3Br. iii


Naigh. i , 9) day (opposed to night) Hariv. 3588





cf. hṛṇī́yamāna) Naigh. ii , 13
ghṛ́ṇi 1 [L=70092]
glowing , shining , i , 17 BhP. vii , 2 , 7 (śuddha-tejo-maya) (cf. ā́-.)
ghṛṇi 2 [L=70095]
comp. for °in.
(H2) m.
[L=70085]a ray of light
[L=70087]a flame
[L=70088]the sun
[L=70089]a wave
[L=70091]anger , passion (
(H2B) mfn.
(H2) in
ṇḍa [p= 383,1] [L=70905]
(ā VarBr2S. lxviii , 92 ; ī R. ii Vikr. Ragh. &c )n. (probably fr. candrá , " glowing " with passion) fierce , violent , cruel , impetuous , hot , ardent with passion , passionate , angry MBh. R. &c
ṇḍa [L=70906]
(ā)n. circumcised L.
ṇḍa [L=70907]
N. of a mythical being (ṇḍasya naptyás , " daughters of caṇḍa " , a class of female demons AV. ii , 14 , 1), Agp. xlii , 20
ṇḍa [L=70908]
śiva or bhairava MBh. xii , 10358 S3am2kar. xxiii (= sūrya) SkandaP. MBh. iii , 14631
ṇḍa [L=70909]
N. of a demon causing diseases Hariv. 9563
ṇḍa [L=70910]
of a daitya , 12937
ṇḍa [L=70911]
of an attendant of yama or of śiva L.
ṇḍa [L=70912]
of one of the 7 clouds enveloping the earth at the deluge MatsyaP.
ṇḍa [L=70913]
= -cukrā L.
ṇḍa [L=70914]
heat L.
ṇḍa [L=70915]
passion , wrath L.
(H2) mf
(H2B) mf
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
caṇḍiman [p= 383,2] [L=71018]
(g. pthv-ādi) passion , violence , cruelty Ba1lar. iii , 2÷3

Ra1jat. vi , 298

Sa1h. iii , 246 a÷b.
(H2) m.
[L=71019]" passion " and " heat "
cittá--pramāthin [p= 395,3] [L=73563]
confusing the mind , exciting any one's (gen. or in comp.) passion or love Nal. i , 14 R. i , 9 , 4.
(H3) mfn.
téjas [p= 454,2] [L=86857]
(often pl.) the sharp edge (of a knife &c ) , point or top of a flame or ray , glow , glare , splendour , brilliance , light , fire RV. &c

VS. xxi AitBr. &c
454,3] [L=86859]
Nal. Sus3r. i , 15


AV. &c

MBh. R. Ragh. S3ak.




kamā) impatience , fierceness , energetic opposition MBh. iii VarBr2. Sa1h. iii , 50 and 54 Das3ar. ii , 3

khya phil.) = rajas (passion)

AV. VS. &c

MBh. v , xiii S3ak. vii , 15


N. of the letter $ Ra1matUp. i , 23

ase) dat. inf.tij q.v.

a- , agni- , ugra- &c
(H2) n.
[L=86858]clearness of the eyes
[p= the bright appearance of the human body (in health) , beauty
[L=86860]the heating and strengthening faculty of the human frame seated in the bile , 14 and 26
[L=86861]the bile
[L=86862]fiery energy , ardour , vital power , spirit , efficacy , essence
[L=86863]semen virile
[L=86865]the brain
[L=86867](opposed to
[L=86869]spiritual or moral or magical power or influence , majesty , dignity , glory , authority
[L=86870]a venerable or dignified person , person of consequence
[L=86871]fresh butter
[L=86872]a mystical
Whitney Roots links: tyaj
tyaj 1 [p= 456,3] [L=87337]
°jati (metrically also °te ; pf. Ved. tityā́ja , Class. tat° Pa1n2. 6-1 , 36 ; tatyaja BhP. iii , 4 ; fut. tyakyati Pa1n2. 7-2 , 10 Ka1r. ; tyajiy° R. ii , vii Ma1rkP. ; aor. atyāhīt ; inf. tyaktum) to leave , abandon , quit RV. x , 71 , 6 Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to leave a place , go away from
Mn. vi , 77 MBh. &c  ; 
to let go , dismiss , discharge
VarBr2S. xvii , 22 Bhat2t2.  ; 
to give up , surrender , resign , part from , renounce
I1s3Up. 1 Mn. MBh. &c (tanum or deham or kalevaram , " to abandon the body , die " Mn. vi MBh. &c ; prāān or śvāsam or jīvitam , " to give up breath or life , risk or lose one's life " MBh. R. &c )  ; 
P. A1. to shun , avoid , get rid of , free one's self from (any passion &c ) MBh. &c  ; 
to give away , distribute , offer (as a sacrifice or oblation to a deity ;
tyajate etymologically = σέβεται) Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c  ; 
to set aside , leave unnoticed , disregard
S3a1n3khS3r. Mn. iii MBh. i , 3098 Hit. ii , 3 , 30  ; 
ind.p. tyaktvā) to except VarBr2S. Caurap. Sch.  ; 
Pass. tyajyate , to be abandoned by , get rid of (instr.) Pan5cat. i , 10 , 0÷1 : Caus. tyājayati (aor. atityajat Bhat2t2. ) to cause anyone to quit MBh. xiii , 288  ; 
to cause anyone to give up
Katha1s. lxxxiii , 34  ; 
to expel , turn out ,
xx , 126  ; 
to cause any one to lose , deprive of (
instr.) Bhat2t2. xv , 120  ; 
to empty the body by evacuations
Bhpr. : Desid. tityakati , to be about to lose (one's life , prāān) Car. v , 10 and 12.
tyaj 2 [L=87354]
ifc. leaving , abandoning W.

BhP. viii Ra1jat. iv

tanu- , tanū- , su-.
(H1) cl.1.
(H2) mfn.
[L=87355]giving up , offering
dvayā* tiga [p= 503,3] [L=98145]
one who has overcome the two (bad qualities i.e. passion and ignorance) or the opposites (» under dvadva) L.
dvayā* tiga [L=98146]
a saint , a holy or virtuous man W.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
dhrā́ji [p= 521,2] [L=102262]
= dhrájas ib. (also dhrājí)


(H3) f.
[L=102263]impulse , force (of a passion)
dhvasta--dhī [p= 522,3] [L=102553]
one whose senses are lost (through passion &c ) Ra1jat.
(H3) m.
dhvasta--raja-sattvatamo-mala [L=102556]
freed from the impurity of passion , goodness and darkness BhP.
(H3) mfn.
nir--áñjana [p= 539,2] [L=106518]
(ā)n. unpainted , spotless , pure , simple Up. MBh. &c

nir--áñjana [L=106520]
N. of śiva S3ivag.
nir--áñjana [L=106521]
of an attendant of śiva Hariv.
nir--áñjana [L=106522]
of sev. authors Cat. (also with yati ; °*ṣṭaka n. N. of wk.)
nir--áñjana [L=106522.1]
the Supreme Being W.
nir--áñjana [L=106524]
N. of durgā L.
(H3) mf
[L=106519]void of passion or emotion
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) m.
nī--raja 1 [p= 543,3] [L=107699]
free from dust MBh.


nī--raja 1 [L=107702]
(with viraja) N. of śiva MBh.
nīrá--ja [p= 566,1] [L=111389]
(for 1. » [p= 543,3]) " water-born " , a water lily , lotus MBh. Ka1v. &c
nīrá--ja [L=111390]
an otter L.
nīrá--ja [L=111391]
a species of grass L.
nīrá--ja [L=111392]
a species of Costus Sus3r.
nīrá--ja [L=111393]
a pearl L.
(H3) mfn.
[L=107700]free from passion
(H3B) m.
(H3) mn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
nī--rajas---tamaska 1 [p= 543,3] [L=107707.1]
( L. ) free from passion and darkness
(H4) mfn.
nī--ra° jas-tamasā 1 [L=107708]
absence of passion and darkness Ya1jn5.
(H4) f.
nī--rāga [L=107724]
colourless Katha1s.

(H3) mfn.
[L=107725]free from passion
pakvá--kaāya [p= 575,1] [L=113443]
whose passion has become extinguished BhP.
(H3) mfn.
paró--rajas [p= 589,2] [L=116707]
(°ró-) being beyond the dust or above the world S3Br.

(H3) mfn.
[L=116707.1]untouched by passion
pra- √ kup [p= 653,2] [L=129930]
-kupyati , to be moved or agitated  ; 
to become enraged , fly into a passion
MBh. R. &c : Caus. -kopayati , to set in motion , agitate , excite , provoke to anger Mn. MBh. &c
(H1) P.
pra-caṇḍa--tā [p= 656,3] [L=130584]
great violence or passion Uttarar.
(H3) f.
prati-° baddha---rāga [p= 668,1] [L=132716]
having passion in harmonious connection with (loc.) , Kum. vii , 91.
(H4) mfn.
prati-rambha [p= 669,3] [L=132960]
( √ rabh) = pratilambha L.

(H1) m.
[L=132961]passion , rage , violent or passionate abuse
praty-° ākhyāna [p= 676,3] [L=134160]
conquered , overcome (as a passion) HYog.
praty-° ākhyāna [L=134161]
rejection , refusal , denial , disallowance , repulse MBh. Ka1v. &c
praty-° ākhyāna [L=134162]
counteracting , combating (of feelings &c ) HYog.
praty-° ākhyāna [L=134163]
non-admittance , refutation S3am2k.
praty-° ākhyāna [L=134164]
N. of a jaina wk.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
prā--caṇḍya [p= 702,1] [L=138802]
(fr. -caṇḍa) violence , passion , Ma1lati1m.
prācaṇḍya [p= 703,2] [L=139123]
&c » under 3. prā , [p= 702,1].
(H3) n.
(H1) prācurya
bāhya--sambhoga [p= 731,1] [L=145085]
" external coition " , (prob.) gratification of sexual passion outside the vulva Cat.
(H3) m.
bhága [p= 742,3] [L=147581]
[p= 743,2].
bhága [p= 743,2] [L=147751]
(ifc. f(ā and ī). g. bahv-ādi) " dispenser " , gracious lord , patron (applied to gods , esp. to savit) RV. AV.
743,3] [L=147752]
of an āditya (bestowing wealth and presiding over love and marriage , brother of the Dawn , regent of the nakatra uttara-phalgunī ; yāska enumerates him among the divinities of the highest sphere ; according to a later legend his eyes were destroyed by rudra) ib. &c

nakatra uttara-phalgunī MBh. vi , 81

ib. iii , 146


of a rudra MBh.

RV. AV. Br. Ya1jn5. BhP.

ifc. f(ā). ) dignity , majesty , distinction , excellence , beauty , loveliness RV. AV. Br. Gr2S. BhP.

n. L. ) love , affection , sexual passion , amorous pleasure , dalliance RV. AV. Br. Ka1tyS3r. BhP.

n. L. ; ifc. f(ā).) the female organs , pudendum muliebre , vulva Mn. MBh. &c
bhága [L=147762]
a partic. muhūrta Cat.
bhága [L=147763]
the perinaeum of males L.
bhága [L=147764]
= yatna , prayatna , kīrti , yaśas , vairāgya , icchā , jñāna , mukti , moka , dharma , śrī L. [cf. Zd. bagha = Old Pers. baga ; Gk. Βαγαος ;Slav. bogu8 , bogatu8 ; Lith. bago4tas , na-ba4gas.] ,
(H1) »
(H2) m.
[p= N.
[L=147754]the sun
[L=147755]the moon
[L=147757]good fortune , happiness , welfare , prosperity
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) mn.
bhā́ma 1 [p= 751,1] [L=149521]
(for 2. » [p= 752,3]) light , brightness , splendour RV.
bhā́ma 2 [p= 752,3] [L=149870]
(for 1. » [p= 751,1] ; for 3. below) passion , wrath , anger RV. AV. VS. S3Br. BhP.

kavi) , N. of a poet Cat.
bhāma 3 [p= 753,1] [L=149877]
a sister's husband BhP. L.
(H2) m.
(H2) m.
(H1) m.
bhāvá [p= 754,2] [L=150178]
( √ bhū) becoming , being , existing , occurring , appearance S3vetUp. Ka1tyS3r. &c

loc. or comp.) MBh. RPra1t.

opp. to cessation ; eko*ti-bhāva , continuity of the thread of existence through successive births Buddh. , wrongly translated under eko*ti-bh°) MBh.

sthāvira , old age ; anyam bhāvam āpadyate , euphem. = he dies ; state of being anything , esp. ifc. e.g. bālabhāva , the state of being a child , childhood = bālatā , or tva ; sometimes added pleonastically to an abstract noun e.g. tanutā-bhāva , the state of thinness) Up. S3rS. MBh. &c

ibc. and °vena ind. really , truly) MBh. Hariv.

eko bhāva or eka-bh° , a simple or artless nature ; bhāvo bhāva nigacchati = birds of a feather flock together) MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ka1v. Sa1h.

yādśena bhāvena , with whatever disposition of mind ; bhāvam amagala-k , with loc. , to be ill disposed against ; bhāva dṛḍha-k , to make a firm resolution) Mn. MBh. &c

rhet.) passion , emotion (2 kinds of bhāvas are enumerated , the sthāyin or primary , and vyabhicārin or subordinate ; the former are 8 or 9 according as the rasas or sentiments are taken to be 8 or 9 ; the latter 33 or 34) Ka1v. Sa1h. Prata1p. &c

Mn. Pan5cat.

iti bhāva , " such is the sense " = ity artha or ity abhiprā*ya , constantly used by commentators at the end of their explanations)

bhāva-k , with loc. , to feel an affection for) MBh. Ka1v. &c

parituṣṭena bhāvena , with a pleased mind) S3vetUp. Mn. MBh. &c

sarva-bhāvā , all earthly objects ; bhāvā sthāvara-jagamā , plants and animals) Mun2d2Up. MBh. &c

dram.) a discreet or learned man (as a term of address = respected sir) Mr2icch. Ma1lav. Ma1lati1m.

astron.) the state or condition of a planet L.


of the 27th kalpa (s.v.) ib.


esp. as a term for an impersonal passive or neuter verb having neither agent nor object expressed e.g. pacyate , " there is cooking " or " cooking is going on ") Pa1n2. 3-1 , 66 ; 107 &c

of the author of the bhāvaprakāśa (= miśra-bhāva) Cat.









L. (cf. -samanvita).
bhāva [p= 760,2] [L=151460]
» p.754 &c
(H1) m.
[L=150179]turning or transition into (
[L=150180]continuance (
[L=150181]state , condition , rank (with
[L=150182]true condition or state , truth , reality (
[L=150183]manner of being , nature , temperament , character (
[L=150184]manner of acting , conduct , behaviour
[L=150185]any state of mind or body , way of thinking or feeling , sentiment , opinion , disposition , intention (
[L=150187]conjecture , supposition
[L=150188]purport , meaning , sense (
[L=150189]love , affection , attachment (
[L=150190]the seat of the feelings or affections , heart , soul , mind (
[L=150191]that which is or exists , thing or substance , being or living creature (
[L=150194]an astrological house or lunar mansion
[L=150196]of the 8th (42nd) year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years
[L=150197](in gram.) the fundamental notion of the verb , the sense conveyed by the abstract noun (
[L=150199]wanton sport , dalliance
[L=150201]place of birth , the womb
[L=150202]the world , universe
[L=150203]an organ of sense
[L=150204]superhuman power
[L=150205]the Supreme Being
[L=150206]advice , instruction
[L=150207]contemplation , meditation
(H2) &c
bhāvo* daya [p= 755,1] [L=150340]
the rising of emotion or passion Prata1p. Kuval.
(H3) m.
bhāvika [L=150406]
(ī)n. actually being or existing , real , natural Sa1m2khyak.


bhāvika [L=150409]
language full of feeling or passion (= bhāvuka) Prata1p.
bhāvika [L=150410]
a figure of speech which consists in describing the past or future so vividly that it appears to be present Sa1h. Kpr. &c
(H2) mf
[L=150407]full of feeling or sentiment , expressive
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
bhā́vuka [p= 755,2] [L=150452]
being , becoming , disposed or about to be (often ifc. after an adv. in am ; cf. andhambh° , āhyam-bh° &c , and Pa1n2. 3-2 , 57) TS. &c



bhā́vuka [L=150456]
a sister's husband HParis3.
bhā́vuka [L=150458]
happiness , welfare L.
bhā́vuka [L=150459]
language full of feeling or passion Prata1p. (cf. bhāvika).
(H2) mfn.
[L=150453]having a taste for the beautiful or poetical
[L=150454]producing , productive
[L=150455]happy , well , auspicious , prosperous
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
matsará [p= 776,2] [L=155078]
(prob. fr. √2. mad ; cf. Un2 iii , 73) , exhilarating , intoxicating RV.


matsará [L=155078.15]
the exhilarater , gladdener (soma) RV.
matsará [L=155078.20]
selfishness , envy , jealousy , hostility MBh. Ka1v. &c
matsará [L=155078.25]
wrath , anger ib.
matsará [L=155078.30]
passion for (loc. or comp.) MBh. Hariv.
matsará [L=155078.35]
N. of a sādhya Hariv.
matsará [L=155078.40]
a fly , mosquito L.
matsará [L=155078.45]
ī) f. (in music) a partic. mūrchanā Sam2gi1t.
matsara [p= 777,1] [L=155183]
rin » p.176 , col , 2.
(H2) mfn.
[L=155078.05]cheerful , joyous , gay
[L=155078.10]selfish , greedy , envious , jealous , hostile , wicked
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2) mf.
(H2B) (
(H1) °
matta [p= 776,2] [L=155068]
» [p= 77,3].
mattá [p= 777,3] [L=155289]
excited with joy , overjoyed , delighted , drunk , intoxicated (lit. and fig.) AV. &c

MBh. R. &c

mattá [L=155292]
a buffalo L.
mattá [L=155293]
the Indian cuckoo L.
mattá [L=155294]
a drunkard L.
mattá [L=155295]
a ruttish or furious elephant L.
mattá [L=155296]
a madman L.
mattá [L=155297]
a thorn-apple L.
mattá [L=155298]
N. of a rākasa R.
(H1) &c
(H2) mfn.
[L=155290]excited by sexual passion or desire , in rut , ruttish (as an elephant)
[L=155291]furious , mad , insane
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
mattá--mayūra [L=155307]
a peacock intoxicated with joy or passion L.
mattá--mayūra [L=155308]
N. of a man L.
mattá--mayūra [L=155309]
= next Ni1lak.
mattá--mayūra [L=155310]
a kind of metre Col.
(H3) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m. pl.
(H3B) n.
máda [L=155332]
hilarity , rapture , excitement , inspiration , intoxication RV. &c

du. with madasya N. of 2 sāmans A1rshBr. )

comp.) MBh.
máda [L=155350]
N. of 2 sāmans A1rshBr.
(H2) m.
[L=155334]ardent passion for (
(H2B) n.
máda--kala [L=155353]
sounding or singing softly or indistinctly (as if intoxicated) MBh. Ka1v.

máda--kala [L=155355]
an elephant L.
(H3) mfn.
[L=155354]drunk , intoxicated (with liquor or passion) , ruttish , furious , mad
(H3B) m.
máda--jvara [p= 778,1] [L=155373]
the fever of passion or pride Bhartr2.
(H3) m.
máda--rāga [L=155392]
" affected by passion or by intoxication " , the god of love L.


(H3) m.
[L=155393]a cock
[L=155394]a drunken man
máda--vikipta [L=155401]
" distracted by passion " , ruttish , furious (as an elephant) L.
(H3) mfn.
máda--vihvala [L=155402]
excited by passion , lustful , wanton R.
(H3) mfn.
máda--vihva° lita [L=155403]
excited by passion , lustful , wanton R.
(H3) mfn.
máda--vīrya [L=155404]
the power of passion or fury Pan5cat.
(H3) n.
madā* kula [L=155415]
agitated by passion or lust , furious with rut R2itus.
(H3) mfn.
madā* ndha [L=155425]
blind through drunkenness or passion , infatuated , ruttish (as an elephant) MBh. Ka1v. Pur.
(H3) mfn.
mado* tkaa [L=155441]
excited by drink , intoxicated R.


mado* tkaa [L=155444]
an elephant in rut L.
mado* tkaa [L=155445]
a dove L.
mado* tkaa [L=155446]
N. of a lion Pan5cat.
mado* tkaa [L=155448]
Linum Usitatissimum L.
mado* tkaa [p= 778,2] [L=155449]
N. of the goddess dākāyaī (as worshipped in caitraratha) Cat.
mado* tkaa [L=155450]
an intoxicating drink made from honey or the blossoms of the Bassia Latifolia L.
(H3) mfn.
[L=155442]excited by passion , furious
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
mado* nmatta [L=155457]
intoxicated with passion (rut) or pride Pan5cat.
(H3) mfn.
mádana [L=155460]
(ifc. f(ā).) passion , love or the god of love MBh. Ka1v. &c




» paṭṭikā)

Spinosa Sus3r.

e.g. Phaseolus Radiatus , Acacia Catechu &c ) L.



astrol.) N. of the 7th mansion Var.

of various men and authors (also with ācārya , bhaṭṭa , sarasvatī &c ; cf. below) Ra1jat. Inscr. Cat.
mádana [L=155476]
the act of intoxicating or exhilarating MW.
mádana [L=155477]
(scil. astra) , N. of a mythical weapon R. (v.l. mādana)
mádana [L=155478]
bees-wax L.
mádana [L=155479]
= mandrá Nir.
(H2) m.
[L=155461]a kind of embrace
[L=155462]the season of spring
[L=155463]a bee
[L=155464](?) bees-wax (
[L=155466]a thorn-apple and various other plants (
[L=155467]a bird
[L=155468](in music) a kind of measure
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) mfn.
madanīya [p= 778,3] [L=155594]
intoxicating Nir.

(H2) mfn.
[L=155595]exciting passion or love
mano--rāga [p= 785,2] [L=157146]
affection , passion (of the heart) , Ma1lati1m.
(H3) m.
manyú [p= 786,3] [L=157489]
( L. also f.) spirit , mind , mood , mettle (as of horses) RV. TS. Br.

RV. &c

ib. (also personified , esp. as agni or kāma or as a rudra ; manyuk , with loc. or acc. with prati , " to vent one's anger on , be angry with ")

MBh. Ka1v. &c


of a king (son of vitatha) BhP.

tāpasa) , N. of the author of RV. x , 83 ; 84

vāsiṣṭha) , N. of the author of RV. ix , 97 , 10-12.
manyú [p= 789,1] [L=157960]
» [p= 786,3].
(H2) m.
[L=157490]high spirit or temper , ardour , zeal , passion
[L=157491]rage , fury , wrath , anger , indignation
[L=157492]grief , sorrow , distress , affliction
(H1) &c
manmatha [p= 788,3] [L=157922]
(either an Intens. form fr. √ math , or fr. man = manas matha , " agitating " ; cf. mandeha and mandhāt) love or the god of love , amorous passion or desire (ifc. f(ā).) MBh. Ka1v. &c

Elephantum L.


of a physician and various other men Cat.
(H1) m.
[L=157924]the 29th (3rd) year in a 60 years' cycle of Jupiter
hi [p= 806,2] [L=162076]
(only L. ) the fibre or the germ of a leaf



of a district.
(H1) f.
[L=162077]honouring , reverencing (fr. √
[L=162078]dejection , sadness
[L=162079]a back or double tooth (also
[L=162080]poverty , indigence
[L=162081]anger , passion
[L=162082]the hem or border of a garment
māda [p= 808,1] [L=162479]
( √2. mad) drunkenness , exhilaration , delight. passion , stupor L.

Sa1y. (cf. gandha- and sadha-m°).
(H1) m.
[L=162480]fighting war
māra [p= 811,3] [L=163215]
( √ m) killing , destroying
māra [L=163216]
death , pestilence VarBr2S. AV.Paris3.
māra [L=163217]
slaying , killing Ra1jat. (cf. paśu-m°)
māra [L=163218]
an obstacle , hindrance Va1s.
māra [L=163219]
the passion of love , god of love Hariv. Ka1v. Katha1s.
māra [L=163220]
(with Buddhists) the Destroyer , Evil One (who tempts men to indulge their passions and is the great enemy of the buddha and his religion ; four māras are enumerated in Dharmas. 80 , viz. skandha- , kleśa- , devaputra- , and mtyu-m° ; but the later Buddhist theory of races of gods led to the figment of millions of māras ruled over by a chief māra) MWB. 208 &c
māra [L=163221]
the thorn-apple L.
māra [L=163223]
pestilence (also personified as the goddess of death and identified with durgā) AV.Paris3. Katha1s. Pur.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
mārā* ka [L=163241]
displaying tokens of passion Gi1t.
(H3) mfn.
maithuná--jvara [p= 834,2] [L=168265]
sexual passion MBh.
(H3) m.
yauvano* dbheda [p= 859,2] [L=172992]
the ardour of youthful passion L.

(H3) m.
[L=172993]the god of love
rakta [p= 861,2] [L=173343]
(ā)n. coloured , dyed , painted Br. Gr2S3rS. Mn. &c (cf. Pa1n2. 4-2 , 1)

S3a1n3khGr2. MBh. Ka1v. &c (said of 5 or 7 parts of the body which ought to be red MBh. iv , 253 VarBr2S. lxviii , 84)

RPra1t. (cf. raga)

instr.) , attached or devoted to , fond of (loc. gen. or comp.) Mn. MBh. &c


rakta [L=173349]
red colour L.
rakta [L=173350]
safflower L.
rakta [L=173351]
Barringtonia Acutangula L.
rakta [L=173352]
N. of śiva MBh.
rakta [L=173353]
of the planet Mars VarBr2S. Sch.
rakta [L=173355]
Abrus Precatorius (or its seeds as a measure or weight , = raktikā) Car.
rakta [L=173356]
Rubia Munjista L.
rakta [L=173357]
Echinops Echinatus L.
rakta [L=173358]
N. of one of the 7 tongues of fire L.
rakta [L=173359]
(in music) N. of a śruti Sam2gi1t.
rakta [L=173360]
blood Mn. Hariv. &c
rakta [L=173361]
a partic. disease of the eyes , Hcat.
rakta [L=173362]
the menstrual fluid L.
rakta [L=173363]
copper L.
rakta [L=173364]
vermilion L.
rakta [L=173365]
cinnabar L.
rakta [L=173366]
saffron L.
rakta [L=173367]
the fruit of Flacourtia Cataphracta L.
rakta [L=173368]
= padmaka L.
(H2) mf
[L=173344]reddened , red , crimson
[L=173345]" coloured or modified by nasalization " , nasalized (said of a vowel)
[L=173346]excited , affected with passion or love , impassioned , enamoured , charmed with (
[L=173347]beloved , dear , lovely , pleasant , sweet
[L=173348]fond of play , engaging in pastime , sporting
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
rakta--tā [p= 861,3] [L=173429]
redness MBh.


(H3) f.
[L=173430]the nature of blood
[L=173431]the being affected by passion
raja [p= 861,1] [L=173301]
» [p= 863,1].
raja 1 [p= 863,1] [L=173860]
(g. pacā*di) = rajas , dust (cf. nī- , vi-r°)

Prasan3ga7bh. ??

n.) L.

L. : the quality of passion Un2. iv , 216 Sch.

of one of skanda's attendants MBh.

viraja) VP.
raja 2 [L=173866]
comp. for rajas.
(H2) &c
(H2) m.
[L=173861]the pollen of flowers ,
[L=173862]the menstrual excretion (also
[L=173863]emotion , affection
[L=173865]of a king (son of
(H2) in
raja--putra [L=173877]
" son of passion " , a vulgar person of low origin Cat.
(H3) m.
raja--pluta [L=173878]
filled with (the quality of) passion BhP.
(H3) mfn.
rájas [p= 863,2] [L=173961]
" coloured or dim space " , the sphere of vapour or mist , region of clouds , atmosphere , air , firmament (in veda one of the divisions of the world and distinguished from div or svar , " the sphere of light " , and rocanā diva , " the ethereal spaces " , which are beyond the rajas , as ether is beyond the air ; often rajas , = " the whole expanse of heaven or sky " , divided into a lower and upper stratum , the rajas uparam or pārthivam and the rajas uttamam or paramam or divyam ; hence du. rajasī , " the lower and higher atmospheres " ; sometimes also three and RV. i , 164 , 6 even six such spheres are enumerated , hence pl. rajāsi , " the skies ") RV. AV. TS. VS. Br.


RV. &c (cf. go-r°)

Ka1lid. BhP.


i.e. the menstrual discharge of a woman Gr2S. Mn. MBh. Sus3r. &c

MBh. Ka1v. &c

phil.) the second of the three guas or qualities (the other two being sattva , goodness , and tamas , darkness ; cf. IW. 85 ; rajas is sometimes identified with tejas q.v. ; it is said to predominate in air , and to be active , urgent , and variable) Sa1m2khyak. VarBr2S. Sus3r. &c

Nir. iv , 19

= parpaa) Bhpr.




rájas [L=173975]
N. of a ṛṣi (son of vasiṣṭha) VP. [cf. Gk. -ρεβος ; Goth. riqis.]
(H2) n.
[L=173962]vapour , mist , clouds , gloom , dimness , darkness
[L=173963]impurity , dirt , dust , any small particle of matter
[L=173964]the dust or pollen of flowers
[L=173965]cultivated or ploughed land (as " dusty " or " dirty ") , arable land , fields
[L=173966]the impurity
[L=173967]the " darkening " quality , passion , emotion , affection
[L=173969]" light " or " day " or " world " or " water "
[L=173970]a kind of plant (
(H2B) m.
rájas--toka [L=173980]
n. " offspring of passion " , avarice , greediness BhP.
(H3) m.
rájas--vala [L=173981]
(ā)n. covered with dust , dusty MBh. BhP.

rajas , full of passion Mn. vi , 77

= udaka-vat) Nir. Sch.
rájas--vala [L=173984]
a buffalo L.
rájas--vala [L=173985]
uṣṭra or gardabha Sa1y. (cf. raje*ita under 2. raja , col.1)
(H3) mf
[L=173982]full of the quality
[L=173983]having water (
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
rajo--nimīlita [L=174010]
blinded by passion or desire MW.
(H3) mfn.
rajo--virikta-manas [L=174016]
one whose mind is free from passion Ragh.
(H3) mfn.
rañjaka [L=174023]
(ikā)n. colouring , dyeing S3a1rn3gS.

rañjaka [p= 863,3] [L=174025]
a colourist , dyer , painter Mn. iv , 216
rañjaka [L=174026]
an inciter of affection &c , stimulus W.
rañjaka [L=174027]
the red powder on the capsules of the Rottleria Tinctoria L.
rañjaka [L=174028]
biliary humour on which vision depends W.
rañjaka [L=174030]
cinnabar L.
rañjaka [L=174031]
vermilion L.
(H2) mf
[L=174024]exciting passion or love , charming , pleasing
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
rabhasá [p= 867,1] [L=174878]
(ā)n. (fr. prec.) impetuous , violent , rapid , fierce , wild RV. &c

ifc.) eager for , desirous of Ka1lid.

soma) RV.

rabhasá [L=174882]
impetuosity , vehemence , hurry , haste , speed , zeal , passion , eager desire for (comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c (also f(ā). L. ; rabhasa ibc. ; °sat ind. and °sena ind. violently , impetuously , eagerly , quickly)
rabhasá [L=174883]
joy , pleasure Gi1t.
rabhasá [L=174884]
regret , sorrow W.
rabhasá [L=174885]
poison L.
rabhasá [L=174886]
N. of a magical incantation recited over weapons R.
rabhasá [L=174887]
of a dānava (v.l. raśmisa)
rabhasá [L=174888]
of a king (son of rambha) BhP.
rabhasá [L=174889]
of a rākasa L.
rabhasá [L=174890]
of a lexicographer (also called rabhasa-pāla) Cat.
rabhasá [L=174891]
of a monkey R.
(H2) mf
[L=174880]strong , powerful (said of the
[L=174881]shining , glaring
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
rati [p= 867,3] [L=174974]
rest , repose VS. S3a1n3khGr2.

loc. or comp. ; ratim with √ āp , labh , upa-labh , adhi-gam , vidk or bandh and loc. , " to find pleasure in ") Up. Mn. MBh. &c

kāma-deva , together with prīti q.v.) Mn. MBh. &c


rati-gha , pleasure-house VarBr2S.

of the sixth kala of the Moon Cat.

apsaras MBh.

vibhu (mother of pthu-ea) BhP.


n Up.

(H2) f.
[L=174975]pleasure , enjoyment , delight in , fondness for (
[L=174976]the pleasure of love , sexual passion or union , amorous enjoyment (often personified as one of the two wives of
[L=174977]the pudenda
[L=174980]of an
[L=174981]of the wife of
[L=174982]of a magical incantation recited over weapons
[L=174983]of the letter
[L=174984]of a metre
rása--bhaga [p= 870,1] [L=175623]
interruption or cessation of passion or sentiment W.

for -gandha q.v.
(H3) m.
rasā* ntara [p= 870,2] [L=175746]
difference of taste (-vid mfn. knowing different tastes or flavours) Kpr.



rasa or sentiment Va1m.
(H3) n.
[L=175747]another pleasure or enjoyment
[L=175748]different passion or emotion
[L=175749]difference of the poetical
rasā* bhiniveśa [L=175752]
accession of sentiment , intentness of feeling or passion W.
(H3) m.
raso* tpatti [p= 870,3] [L=175807]
production of taste or flavour W.


(H3) f.
[L=175808]development of passion or sentiment
[L=175809]generation of the vital fluids
rāga [p= 872,1] [L=176089]
(fr. √ rañj ; ifc. ā , or ī) the act of colouring or dyeing (cf. mūrdhaja-r°)

esp.) red colour , redness MBh. Ka1v. &c


esp.) love , affection or sympathy for , vehement desire of , interest or joy or delight in (loc. or comp.) Up. Mn. MBh. &c

esp. of voice or song) S3ak. Pan5cat.

partic. musical mode or order of sound or formula ; bharata enumerates 6 , viz. bhairava , kauśika , hindola , dīpaka , śrī-rāga , and megha , each mode exciting some affection ; other writers give other names ; sometimes 7 or 26 rāgas are mentioned ; they are personified , and each of the 6 chief rāgas is wedded to 5 or 6 consorts called rāgiīs ; their union gives rise to many other musical modes) Bhar. Sam2gi1t. Ra1jat. Pan5cat. &c


partic. process in the preparation of quicksilver Sarvad.




(H1) m.
[L=176090]colour , hue , tint , dye , (
[L=176092]any feeling or passion , (
[L=176093]loveliness , beauty (
[L=176094]a musical note , harmony , melody (in the later system a
[L=176095]nasalization ,
[L=176097]seasoning , condiment
[L=176098]a prince , king
[L=176099]the sun
[L=176100]the moon
rāga--da [L=176117]
colour-giving , colouring , passion-inspiring W.
rāga--da [L=176118]
a kind of shrub L.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
rāga--bandha [L=176135]
connection of the rāgas , expression or manifestation of affection , passion Ka1lid.
(H3) m.
rāgā* tmaka [p= 872,2] [L=176167]
(ikā)n. composed of or characterized by passion , impassioned Bhag.
(H3) mf
rāgā* ndha [L=176169]
blind with passion or desire MaitrUp.
(H3) mfn.
rāgā* nvita [L=176170]
having colour or dye , coloured W.

(H3) mfn.
[L=176171]affected by passion or desire
rāgā* yāta [L=176172]
the uprising of passion , excess of passion MW.
(H3) n.
rāgo* dreka [L=176177]
excess of passion MW.
(H3) m.
rājasa [p= 875,2] [L=176949]
belonging or relating to the quality rajas (q.v.) , endowed with or influenced by the quality of passion , passionate (-tva n.) MaitrUp. Mn. MBh. &c
rājasa [L=176950]
N. of a class of gods in the 5th manv-antara VP.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m. pl.
repha [p= 880,3] [L=178090]
a burring guttural sound , the letter r (as so pronounced) Pra1t. S3rS.



repha [L=178094]
low , vile , contemptible L. (cf. repa).
repha [p= 887,3] [L=179469]
phas,°phin » ib.
(H2) m.
[L=178091]a word
[L=178092](in prosody) a cretic ($)
[L=178093]passion , affection of the mind
(H2B) mfn.
(H1) °
rujā--kara [p= 882,3] [L=178477]
causing pain , sickening Ka1vya7d.
rujā--kara [L=178478]
sickness , disease L.
rujā--kara [L=178479]
sickness induced by passion or love (said to be one of the bhāvas , q.v.) MW.
rujā--kara [L=178480]
the fruit of Averrhoa Carambola L.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.42, 26.120, 32.131
Whitney Roots links: ruz
ru 1 [p= 885,1] [L=178916]
cf.ruś) cl.1.4. P. ( Dha1tup. xvii , 42 ; xxvi , 120 ) roati or ruyati (rarely °te , and ruati , cf. ruat ; Gr. also pf. ruroa ; aor. aruat or aroīt ; fut. roitā , roṣṭā ; roiyati ; inf. roitum or roṣṭum ; ind.p. ruya MBh. ) , to hurt , injure , kill (hisāyām) Dha1tup.  ; 
cl.1.) to be hurt or offended by , take offence (acc.) RV. viii , 99 , 4  ; 
to displease , be disagreeable to (
gen.) ib. viii , 4 , 8 AitBr. iv , 10 (cf. ruat and 1. ruśat)  ; 
cl.4. to be vexed or cross , be angry with (gen.) MBh. R. &c : Caus. (or cl.10. Dha1tup. xxxii , 131) roayati , °te (aor. arūruat ; Pass. royate) , to vex , annoy , displease , irritate , exasperate MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to be furious or angry
DivyA7v. : Desid. ruruiati , ruroiati Gr.: Intens. roruyate , roroṣṭi ib. [cf. Gk. λύσσα &c ]
ru 2 [L=178917]
(nom. ru Siddh. ) anger , wrath , rage , fury , passion MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1) (
(H2) f.
roa [L=178933]
anger , rage , wrath , passion , fury A1past. MBh. &c (roa-k with prati , " to be angry with ") .
(H2) m.
roā* kulita [p= 885,2] [L=178942]
troubled or perplexed by passion Hariv.
(H3) mfn.
roā* gni [L=178944]
the fire of passion or fury Mr2icch.
(H3) m.
há--manyu [L=178990]
one whose passion has grown strong BhP.
(H3) mfn.
lóhita--nayana [p= 909,1] [L=183954]
red-eyed , having eyes reddened with anger or passion MW.
(H3) mfn.
laulya [p= 909,3] [L=184104]
(fr. lola) restlessness , Sus3r.


loc. or comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1) n.
[L=184105]unsteadiness , inconstancy , fickleness
[L=184106]lustfulness , eagerness , greediness , passion , ardent longing for (
ví--kāra 1 [p= 950,1] [L=192895]
(for 2. » vi- √1. k) the syllable vi BhP.
vi-kāra 1 [p= 954,1] [L=193911]
[p= 950,1].
vi-kāra 2 [L=193912]
» under vi- √1. k.
vi-kāra 2 [p= 954,3] [L=193961]
(for 1. » [p= 950,1]) change of form or nature , alteration or deviation from any natural state , transformation , modification , change (esp. for the worse) of bodily or mental condition , disease , sickness , hurt , injury , (or) perturbation , emotion , agitation , passion S3rS. MBh. &c



vi-kāra 2 [L=193965]
(in khya) a production or derivative from prakti (there are 7 vikāras , viz. buddhi , " intellect " , aha-kāra , " the sense of individuality " , and the 5 tan-mātras q.v. ; these are also producers , inasmuch as from them come the 16 vikāras which are only productions , viz. the 5 mahā-bhūtāni q.v. , and the 11 organs , viz. the 5 buddhī*ndriyāi or organs of sense , the 5 karme*ndriyāi or organs of action , and manas , " the mind ") IW. 82 &c



MBh. Ra1jat.
(H3) m.
(H1) »
(H1) &c
(H2) m.
[L=193962]an apparition , spectre
[L=193964]a product
(H2B) m.
[L=193966]the derivative of a word
[L=193967]contortion of the face , grimace
[L=193968]change of sentiment , hostility , defection
vi-gata---rāga 2 [p= 957,1] [L=194460]
devoid of passion or affection MW. (-dhvaja m. N. of a preceptor Buddh. )
(H3) mfn.
vi-° ha---manmatha [p= 957,2] [L=194511]
one whose passion has become deep or ardent Ragh.
(H4) mfn.
ví--raja [p= 952,1] [L=193420]
vi-raja [p= 982,1] [L=199067]
(ā)n. (3. vi raja for rajas) free from dust , clean , pure (also fig. " free from passion ") S3Br. MBh. &c

vi-raja [L=199067.10]
N. of a
(H3) »
(H1) mf
[L=199067.05]free from the menstrual excretion
(H1B) m.