The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


ras, to taste, relish, love, be sensible of




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rasana

rasana 1 [p= 869,2] [L=175479]
(for 2. » [p= 870,3]) the act of roaring or screaming or rumbling or thundering , any sound or noise VarBr2S. Ba1lar.

VarBr2S.
rasana 2 [p= 870,3] [L=175822]
(for 1. » [p= 869,2]) phlegm or saliva (regarded as the cause to taste to the tongue) S3a1rn3gS.
rasana 2 [L=175824]
tasting , taste , flavour , savour Ya1jn5. MBh. &c
rasana 2 [L=175825]
the tongue as organ of taste Tarkas.
rasana 2 [L=175826]
the being sensible of (anything) , perception , apprehension , sense Sa1h.

(H2) 

n.
[L=175480]croaking (of frogs)
(H2) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.





āsvad

ā- √ svad [p= 162,1] [L=28261]
-svadati , to eat , consume MBh. : Caus. -svādayati , to taste , enjoy , eat with a relish MBh. R. BhP. VarBr2. Sus3r. Pan5cat. &c

(H1) 

P.





āsvāda

ā-svāda [L=28262]
eating with a relish , tasting , enjoying (also metaphorically) Mn. Katha1s. Sa1h. Ya1jn5. &c

R. Pan5cat. Megh. &c

(H2) 

m.
[L=28263]flavour , taste