Ahlada - Joy




āhlāda
ā-hlāda [p= 163,1] [L=28474]
refreshing , reviving

Pan5cat.
ā-hlādá [p= 1320,3] [L=321080]
(H2) m.
[L=28475]joy , delight
(H2) 

antapramoda
(H3) anta--pramoda [p= 1312,3] [L=308241.7]
m. inner joy, Ma1lati1m.
 antarmoda
(H3) antar--moda [p= 1313,1] [L=308272.7]
m. inner joy, Ma1lati1m.



Other words for Joy:



1 akhkhala (joy) 2 anāhlāda (joy) 3 anumodaka (joy) 4 anumodana (joy) 5 abhisaṃjāta (joy) 6 alomaharṣaṇa (joy) 7 avana (joy) 8 aharṣamaya (joy) 9 ākalpaka (joy) 10 āttamanas (joy) 11 āttamanaska (joy) 12 ānanda (joy) 13 ānandakanda (joy) 14 ānandaghana (joy) 15 ānandaja (joy) 16 ānandajala (joy) 17 ānandatā (joy) 18 ānandāmṛta (joy) 19 ānandathu (joy) 20 āmoda (joy) 21 ās (joy) 22 āstubh (joy) 23 āhlāda (joy) 24 āhlādin (joy) 25 utkaṇṭakita (joy) 26 utthāna (joy) 27 utpulaka (joy) 28 utsāha (joy) 29 utsava (joy) 30 udāna (joy) 31 udānaya (joy) 32 uddhava (joy) 33 uddhūṣita (joy) 34 uddhṛṣ (joy) 35 uddharṣa (joy) 36 uddharṣaṇa (joy) 37 uddharṣin (joy) 38 unmudra (joy) 39 ullakasana (joy) 40 ullāsa (joy) 41 audbilya (joy) 42 ka (joy) 43 kaj (joy) 44 kallola (joy) 45 kamalānandana (joy) 46 kilakilā (joy) 47 kilakilāya (joy) 48 kilikilaya (joy) 49 kilikilita (joy) 50 kilikila (joy) 51 kumuda (joy) 52 kulanandana (joy) 53 kulānanda (joy) 54 gadgadadhvani (joy) 55 gard (joy) 56 gu (joy) 57 ghṛṣvirādhas (joy) 58 carbhaṭī (joy) 59 cidānanda (joy) 60 cidānandadaśaślokī (joy) 61 cidānandamaya (joy) 62 jagatprīti (joy) 63 jñānānanda (joy) 64 toṣa (joy) 65 devanandā (joy) 66 devabhoga (joy) 67 dvaṃdva (joy) 68 dharmanandana (joy) 69 dhṛti (joy) 70 nanda (joy) 71 nandaka (joy) 72 nandathu (joy) 73 nandayitṛ (joy) 74 nandi (joy) 75 nandikara (joy) 76 nandighoṣa (joy) 77 narmadyuti (joy) 78 narmasphañja (joy) 79 narmasphiñja (joy) 80 narmasphūrja (joy) 81 nalānanda (joy) 82 nāgānanda (joy) 83 nāgānandiya (joy) 84 nāndī (joy) 85 nāndīnāda (joy) 86 nāndīnināda (joy) 87 nāndīrava (joy) 88 nāva (joy) 89 niṣprītika (joy) 90 nityānandarasa (joy) 91 pikānanda (joy) 92 pulakākulākṛti (joy) 93 pulakita (joy) 94 prakaṭaprītivardhana (joy) 95 prakāma (joy) 96 prajātyānanda (joy) 97 pratimud (joy) 98 pratiram (joy) 99 pratihṛṣ (joy) 100 pratiharṣa (joy) 101 pratiharṣaṇa (joy) 102 pradyumnānanda (joy) 103 praphullanayana (joy) 104 praphullanetra (joy) 105 praphullavadana (joy) 106 pramada (joy) 107 pramoda (joy) 108 pramodam (joy) 109 pramodin (joy) 110 pravaṇapraharṣa (joy) 111 praharṣa (joy) 112 praharṣaṇa (joy) 113 praharṣaṇakara (joy) 114 prahlāda (joy) 115 prahlādaka (joy) 116 prahlādana (joy) 117 prīti (joy) 118 prītyā (joy) 119 prīticcheda (joy) 120 prītimaya (joy) 121 prītirasāyana (joy) 122 prītivardhana (joy) 123 premapātana (joy) 124 preman (joy) 125 phalodaya (joy) 126 phulladṛṣṭi (joy) 127 phullanayana (joy) 128 phullanetra (joy) 129 bandh (joy) 130 brahmānanda (joy) 131 bhuvanānanda (joy) 132 bhūrati (joy) 133 bhṛṅgānandā (joy) 134 bhramarānanda (joy) 135 makha (joy) 136 maṅgalaśaṃsana (joy) 137 maṅgalācaraṇa (joy) 138 maṅgalecchu (joy) 139 matta (joy) 140 mattamayūra (joy) 141 madālāpin (joy) 142 madra (joy) 143 madrakāra (joy) 144 madvan (joy) 145 manaḥsukha (joy) 146 manoratha (joy) 147 manohlāda (joy) 148 manmathānanda (joy) 149 mayūrollāsaka (joy) 150 mahaye (joy) 151 mahas (joy) 152 mahānanda (joy) 153 mahāsukha (joy) 154 mātṛnandana (joy) 155 māhina (joy) 156 mud (joy) 157 mudbhāj (joy) 158 mudā (joy) 159 mudānvita (joy) 160 muditā (joy) 161 mudita (joy) 162 meghanādin (joy) 163 moda (joy) 164 raṇa (joy) 165 raṇakṛt (joy) 166 raṇya (joy) 167 ratha (joy) 168 rabhasa (joy) 169 ratikara (joy) 170 rama (joy) 171 ramaṇa (joy) 172 rāga (joy) 173 rābhasya (joy) 174 rāma (joy) 175 romaharṣa (joy) 176 romaharṣaṇa (joy) 177 romaharṣita (joy) 178 romāñca (joy) 179 romāñcita (joy) 180 lālita (joy) 181 lomaharṣa (joy) 182 lomaharṣaṇa (joy) 183 valgita (joy) 184 vasudeva (joy) 185 viharṣa (joy) 186 vikas (joy) 187 vighnitasamāgamasukha (joy) 188 vidhāna (joy) 189 viplutanetra (joy) 190 viplutalocana (joy) 191 vibhraṣṭaharṣa (joy) 192 vyapetaharṣa (joy) 193 śamasukha (joy) 194 śarmalābha (joy) 195 śāta (joy) 196 śārīraka (joy) 197 śivānanda (joy) 198 śivāhlāda (joy) 199 śuddhānanda (joy) 200 ṣaṭpadānandavardhana (joy)
and also
1
saṃvalgana (joy) 2 saṃstavāna (joy) 3 saṃstubh (joy) 4 saṃhṛṣ (joy) 5 saṃharṣa (joy) 6 saṃharṣayogin (joy) 7 saṃharṣin (joy) 8 saṃhṛṣṭa (joy) 9 saṃhṛṣṭaroman (joy) 10 saṃhṛṣṭaromāṅga (joy) 11 saṃhṛṣṭavadana (joy) 12 sakaṇṭaka (joy) 13 saccidānanda (joy) 14 saccidānandamaya (joy) 15 sadānandacidātmaka (joy) 16 sannaharsha (joy) 17 sadāmatta (joy) 18 sadāmada (joy) 19 sanandana (joy) 20 saṃtuṣ (joy) 21 sapulaka (joy) 22 samaduḥkhasukha (joy) 23 samabhihṛṣ (joy) 24 samutkaṇṭakita (joy) 25 samarotsava (joy) 26 sampramoda (joy) 27 sampraharṣa (joy) 28 samprahṛṣṭamukha (joy) 29 samprīti (joy) 30 sambhoga (joy) 31 sammada (joy) 32 sammahas (joy) 33 sammud (joy) 34 sarvaharṣakara (joy) 35 saharṣasādhvasam (joy) 36 saharṣākūtam (joy) 37 sānanda (joy) 38 sānandagadgadapadam (joy) 39 sānandāśru (joy) 40 sānta (joy) 41 sāhlāda (joy) 42 sukha (joy) 43 sukhakāra (joy) 44 sukhakārin (joy) 45 sukhakṛt (joy) 46 sukhaṃkara (joy) 47 sukhaduḥkha (joy) 48 sukhaduḥkhasuhṛd (joy) 49 sukhamaya (joy) 50 sukhamānin (joy) 51 sukhavat (joy) 52 sukhānanda (joy) 53 sukhābhyudayika (joy) 54 sukhārta (joy) 55 sukhāvṛta (joy) 56 sukheta (joy) 57 sukheṣṭha (joy) 58 sukhaikāyatana (joy) 59 sukhodaya (joy) 60 suprīti (joy) 61 suprītiyukta (joy) 62 sumna (joy) 63 sumnāvarī (joy) 64 suraṇa (joy) 65 surata (joy) 66 suratotsava (joy) 67 suranandā (joy) 68 sūnṛta (joy) 69 sūnṛtā (joy) 70 sphūrtimat (joy) 71 smaradaśā (joy) 72 svastimukha (joy) 73 hanta (joy) 74 hariṣa (joy) 75 harṣa (joy) 76 harṣakara (joy) 77 harṣakrodha (joy) 78 harṣagadgada (joy) 79 harṣagarbha (joy) 80 harṣacala (joy) 81 harṣaja (joy) 82 harṣajaḍa (joy) 83 harṣanāda (joy) 84 harṣapūrṇavaktra (joy) 85 harṣabhāj (joy) 86 harṣamaya (joy) 87 harṣayukta (joy) 88 harṣavat (joy) 89 harṣavivardhana (joy) 90 harṣaviṣāda (joy) 91 harṣavihvala (joy) 92 harṣaśoka (joy) 93 harṣasamanvita (joy) 94 harṣasvana (joy) 95 harṣākula (joy) 96 harṣātiśaya (joy) 97 harṣānvita (joy) 98 harṣāviṣṭa (joy) 99 harṣāśru (joy) 100 harṣodaya (joy) 101 harṣaṇa (joy) 102 harṣita (joy) 103 hāvu (joy) 104 hīhī (joy) 105 huluhulu (joy) 106 hṛdayānanda (joy) 107 hṛṣi (joy) 108 hṛṣīvat (joy) 109 hṛṣṭi (joy) 110 hlād (joy) 111 hlāda (joy) 112 atiśāta (joy) 113 antaḥpramoda (joy) 114 antarmoda (joy) 115 apaharṣa (joy) 116 ānandacidghana (joy) 117 nandayitnu (joy) 118 ramatha (joy)
akhkhala
akhkhala [p= 4,2] [L=757]
an exclamation of joy Sa1y. on RV. vii , 103 , 3.
(H1) ind.
 anāhlāda
an-āhlāda [p= 29,2] [L=5747]
absence of joy
an-āhlāda [L=5748]
gloomy , not cheerful.
(H1) m.
(H1B) mfn.
 anumodaka
anu-modaka [p= 37,1] [L=6998]
(ikā)n. assenting , showing sympathetic joy.
(H2) mf
 anumodana
anu-modana [L=6999]
pleasing , causing pleasure , applauding


(H2) n.
[L=7000]assent , acceptance
[L=7001]sympathetic joy.
 abhisajāta
abhi-sajāta [p= 72,3] [L=12755]
( √ jan) , produced (as joy , hara) Hariv.
(H1) mfn.
 alomaharaa
a-lomaharaa [p= 95,2] [L=16810]
not causing erection of the hair of the body (from joy).
(H3) mfn.
 avana
avana [p= 96,1] [L=16943]
favour , preservation , protection Nir. BhP. &c (cf. an.avana)

= tarpaa) satisfaction L.

L.

éva) desire , wish Nir.

L.
avana [p= 100,2] [L=17538]
av.
avana [p= 1317,1] [L=314740]
mfn. preserving, a preserver, Dharmas3.
(H2) n.
[L=16944](
[L=16945]joy , pleasure
[L=16946](for the explan. of 2.
[L=16947]speed
(H1) »
(H2) (also)
 aharamaya
a-hara--máya [p= 124,3] [L=21775]
not consisting of joy S3Br. xiv.
(H3) mfn.
 ākalpaka
ā-kalpaka [p= 126,3] [L=22064]
(= utkaṇṭ or utkalikā) remembering with regret , missing Ka1d.

= mud) joy L.

= moka) loss of sense or perception L.

= tamas) darkness L.

= granthi) a knot or joint L.
(H2) m.
[L=22065](
[L=22066](
[L=22067](
[L=22068](
 āttamanas
ā-tta--manas [p= 136,3] [L=23771]
whose mind is transported (with joy) Buddh.
(H3) mfn.
 āttamanaska
ā-tta--manas-ka [L=23772]
whose mind is transported (with joy) Buddh.
(H3) mfn.
 ānanda
ā-nandá [p= 139,3] [L=24352]
happiness , joy , enjoyment , sensual pleasure RV. AV. VS. R. Ragh. &c
ā-nandá [L=24353]
" pure happiness " , one of the three attributes of ātman or brahman in the vedānta philosophy Veda1ntas. &c
ā-nandá [L=24354]
(in dram.) the thing wished for , the end of the drama ([e.g. the VIth Act in the Ven2is. ]) Sa1h. 399
ā-nandá [L=24355]
a kind of flute
ā-nandá [L=24356]
the sixteenth muhūrta
ā-nandá [L=24357]
N. of śiva
ā-nandá [L=24358]
of a lokeśvara ( Buddh. )
ā-nandá [L=24359]
of a bala ( Jain. ) L.
ā-nandá [L=24360]
of several men
ā-nandá [L=24361]
of a country
ā-nandá [L=24362]
N. of the forty-eighth year of the cycle of Jupiter
ā-nandá [L=24363]
(ā and ī). N. of two plants L.
ā-nandá [L=24365]
a kind of house
ā-nandá [L=24366]
(often at the beginning and end of proper names.)
ānanda [p= 1319,2] [p= 1319,3] [L=318760]
N. of one of the chief disciples of gautama buddha, MWB. 47 &c
1319,3] [L=318760.1]
of various authors &c , Cat.
(H2) m.
(H2B) mn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) mn.
(H2B) mf
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2) (also)
[p= N.
 ānandakanda
ā-nandá--kanda [p= 139,3] [L=24367]
" the root of joy " , N. of an author


(H3) m.
[L=24368]of a medical work
[L=24369]of a country.
 ānandaghana
ā-nandá--ghana [p= 140,1] [L=24376]
consisting of pure joy Nr2isUp.
(H3) mfn.
 ānandaja
ā-nandá--ja [L=24379]
proceeding from joy T.
ā-nandá--ja [L=24380]
N. of a teacher
ā-nandá--ja [L=24381]
semen virile L.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
 ānandajala
ā-nandá--jala [L=24382]
tears of joy BhP.
(H3) n.
 ānandatā
ā-nandá--tā [L=24385]
joyfulness , joy S3Br.
(H3) f.
 ānandāmta
ānandā* mta [L=24429]
" joy-nectar " , happiness Nr2isUp.
(H3) n.
 ānandathu
ā-nandathu [L=24437]
happy , joyful L.
ā-nandathu [L=24438]
happiness , joy Bhat2t2.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
 āmoda
ā-móda [p= 147,2] [L=25599]
(ā)n. ( √mud) , gladdening , cheering up S3Br. Ka1tyS3r.
ā-móda [L=25600]
joy , serenity , pleasure R.
ā-móda [L=25601]
fragrancy , a diffusive perfume
ā-móda [L=25602]
strong smell , smell Ragh. Megh. S3is3. Katha1s. &c
ā-móda [L=25603]
Asparagus Racemosus L.
(H1) mf
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
 ās
Whitney Roots links: As
ās 1 [p= 159,3] [L=27850]
(an interjection implying joy , anger , menace , pain , affliction , recollection) Ah! Oh! &c
ās 2 [L=27851]
ā́ste (and ā́sate AV. xi , 8 , 32 , &c ; Impv. 2. sg. ās-sva , āsva , and āsasva ; 2. pl. ādhvam ; p. āsāná , āsat [ R. ],and āsīna [see below] ; āsā-cakre [ Pa1n2. 3-1 , 87] ; āsiyate ; āsiṣṭa ; āsitum) to sit , sit down , rest , lie RV. AV. S3Br. Mn. MBh. S3ak. &c  ; 
to be present
 ; 
to exist
 ; 
to inhabit , dwell in
 ; 
to make one's abode in
RV. AV. VS. MBh. &c  ; 
to sit quietly , abide , remain , continue
RV. AV. &c  ; 
to cease , have an end
Pan5cat. Das3. Hit. &c  ; 
to solemnize , celebrate
 ; 
to do anything without interruption
 ; 
to continue doing anything
 ; 
to continue in any situation
 ; 
to last
 ; 
(it is used in the sense of " continuing " , with a participle ,
adj. , or subst. e.g. etat sāma gāyann āste , " he continues singing this verse " ; with an indeclinable participle in tvā , ya , or am e.g. upa-rudhya arim āsīta , " he should continue blockading the foe " ; with an adverb e.g. ṣṇīm āste , " he continues quiet " ; sukham āsva , " continue well " ; with an inst. case e.g. sukhenā*ste , " he continues well " ; with a dat. case e.g. āstā tuṣṭaye , " may it be to your satisfaction ") : Caus. āsayati , to cause any one to sit down Comm. on Pa1n2. : Desid. A1. āsisiate ib.; ([cf. Gk. , (σ)-μαι , ς-ται: Lat. a7sa changed to A7ra ; A7-nus for A7s-nus.])
ā* s 3 [L=27875]
ā-  2 as) P. ásyati , to throw upon , lay or put upon TBr. Ka1t2h. : A1. (Impv. 2. pl. ā́*syadhvam) to cause to flow in , pour in RV. x , 30 , 2 S3Br. i  ; 
to put or throw on for one's self
MaitrS.
ās 4 [L=27876]
(?) mouth , face , (only in abl. and instr.) āsás (with the prep. ā) , from mouth to mouth , in close proximity RV. vii , 99 , 7

and āsayā́ (generally used as an adv.) , before one's eyes





RV. vi , 16 , 9 , &c
(H1) ind.
(H1) cl.2 A1.
(H1) (
(H1) n.
[L=27877]āsā́
[L=27878]by word of mouth
[L=27879]personally
[L=27880]present
[L=27881]in one's own person
[L=27882]immediately
 āstubh
ā- √ stubh [p= 161,2] [L=28129]
-stobhati , to receive or attend with shouts of joy  ; 
to huzza to
S3a1n3khS3r.
(H1) P.
 āhlāda
ā-hlāda [p= 163,1] [L=28474]
refreshing , reviving

Pan5cat.
ā-hlādá [p= 1320,3] [L=321080]
TS. )
(H2) m.
[L=28475]joy , delight
(H2) (
 āhlādin
ā-hlādin [p= 163,2] [L=28483]
causing joy or delight , Ratna1v.
(H2) mfn.
 utkaṇṭakita
utkaṇṭakita [p= 175,3] [L=30732]
one whose (thorn-like) short hairs are erected (through joy or emotion) Ka1d.
(H1) mfn.
 utthāna
ut-thā́na [p= 179,3] [L=31490]
the act of standing up or rising S3Br. Sus3r. Gaut. S3a1n3khGr2. Bhartr2. &c

&c ) BhP. Ragh. &c

MBh. Pan5cat.

180,1] [L=31494]
S3Br. TS. Ka1tyS3r. &c : starting on a warlike expedition Mn. MBh. R. &c

Kap.

Jaim.

Ra1jat.

Sus3r.


MBh. Ra1jat. A1p. &c

&c ) Sus3r. Kaus3.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.
ut-thā́na [L=31511]
causing to arise or originate MBh.
(H2) n.
[L=31491]rising (of the moon
[L=31492]resurrection
[L=31493]rising up to depart
[p= leaving off
[L=31495]coming forth , appearing
[L=31496]bursting open
[L=31497]tumult , sedition
[L=31498]rise , origin
[L=31499]effort , exertion
[L=31500]manly exertion , manhood
[L=31501]evacuating (by stool
[L=31502]an army
[L=31503]joy , pleasure
[L=31504]a book
[L=31505]a court-yard
[L=31506]a shed where sacrifices are offered
[L=31507]a term , limit
[L=31508]business of a family or realm , the care of subjects or dependants
[L=31509]reflection
[L=31510]proximate cause of disease
(H2B) mfn.
 utpulaka
ut-pulaka [p= 181,2] [L=31766]
having the hairs of the body raised (through joy or rapture) BhP. Ra1jat.
ut-pulaka [L=31767]
erection of the hairs of the body (through rapture) BhP.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) n.
 utsāha
ut-sāha [p= 182,1] [L=31884]
power , strength



R. Mn. Sus3r. S3ak. Hit. &c

Vet.

L.
ut-sāha [p= 1321,3] [L=322770]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=31885]strength of will , resolution
[L=31886]effort , perseverance , strenuous and continuous exertion , energy
[L=31887]firmness , fortitude
[L=31888]joy , happiness
[L=31889]a thread
(H2) (in
 utsava
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

BhP.


L.

L.

L.
ut-sava [p= 1321,3] [L=322740]
comp.)
(H1) &c
(H2) m.
[L=31951]a festival , jubilee
[L=31952]joy , gladness , merriment
[L=31953]opening , blossoming
[L=31954]height , elevation
[L=31955]insolence
[L=31956]passion , wrath
[L=31957]wish , rising of a wish
(H2) (in
 udāna
ud-āna [p= 184,2] [L=32328]
breathing upwards

Veda1ntas. 97 AV. xi , 8 , 4 VS. ChUp. S3Br. MBh. Sus3r. &c

L.

L.

L.

Buddh. )
ud-āna [p= 185,2] [L=32479]
2. ud-an.
udāná [p= 1321,3] [L=322950]
AV. ), also (with Buddhists) one of the 9 divisions of sacred scriptures, Dharmas. 62 ( MWB. 63)
(H2) m.
[L=32329]one of the five vital airs of the human body (that which is in the throat and rises upwards)
[L=32330]the navel
[L=32331]an eyelash
[L=32332]a kind of snake
[L=32333]joy , heart's joy (
(H1) »
(H2) (
 udānaya
udānaya [p= 184,2] [L=32334]
P. udānayati , to disclose (the joy of one's heart) Lalit.
(H2) Nom.
 uddhava
ud-dhava [p= 189,1] [L=33111]
( √hu) , sacrificial fire L.

L.

L.

of a yādava (kṛṣṇa's friend and counsellor) MBh. Hariv. VP. BhP.
(H1) m.
[L=33112]a festival , holiday
[L=33113]joy , pleasure
[L=33114]N.
 uddhūita
ud-dhūita [L=33150]
having the hairs erect (through joy) Pan5cat.
(H2) mfn.
 uddhṛṣ
ud-dhṛṣ [p= 189,3] [L=33237]
ud-hṛṣ) , Ved. A1. -[d] harate , to be excited with joy , rejoice  ; 
to do anything with joy or pleasure
RV. iv , 21 , 9 AV. iii , 19 , 6  ; 
(in class. lang.)
P. -dhṛṣyati , to be merry or in high spirits  ; 
to flare upwards
AitBr. iii , 4 , 5  ; 
to open (as a calyx)
BhP. : Caus. -dharayati (3. pl. -dharáyanti RV. ) to make merry or in high spirits , rejoice , cheer RV. v , 21 , 5 ; x , 103 , 10 AV. v , 20 , 8  ; 
to make brisk , encourage
MBh. Ma1rkP.
(H1) (
 uddhara
ud-dhara 1 [p= 188,3] [L=33109]
» [p= 189,3]) m. ( √dhṛṣ) , courage to undertake anything R.
ud-dhara 2 [p= 189,3] [L=33238]
(for 1. » s.v.) glad , pleased , happy BhP.
ud-dhara 2 [L=33239]
the flaring upwards (of the fire) Sa1y. on AitBr. iii , 4 , 5
ud-dhara 2 [L=33240]
great joy
ud-dhara 2 [L=33241]
a festival (especially a religious one) L.
(H1) (for 2.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 uddharaa
ud-dharaa 1 [p= 188,3] [L=33110]
(for 2. » [p= 189,3]) animating , encouraging R.
ud-dharaa 1 [L=33110.1]
the act of animating or encouraging MBh.
ud-dharaa 2 [p= 189,3] [L=33242]
(for 1. » [p= 188,3]) causing joy , gladdening
ud-dharaa 2 [L=33244]
erection of the hair (through rapture) L.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
 uddharin
uddharín [L=33245]
one whose hair is erect (through joy) AV. viii , 6 , 17
(H2) mfn.
 unmudra
un-mudra [p= 194,2] [L=34035]
(ud-mu°) unsealed

L.

Prasannar.
(H1) mfn.
[L=34035.1]opened , blown (as a flower)
[L=34035.2]unbound , unrestrained , wild (through joy)
 ullakasana
ullakasana [p= 219,1] [L=37548]
erection of the hair of the body (through joy) L.
(H1) n.
 ullāsa
ul-lāsa [p= 219,2] [L=37595]
light , splendour L.

Katha1s. xiv , 13 Sa1h. Kap. &c

Katha1s. Amar. &c

BhP. vii , 1 , 7

rhet.) giving prominence to any object by comparison or opposition Kuval.

e.g. of the kāvya-prakāśa) .
(H2) m.
[L=37596]the coming forth , becoming visible , appearing
[L=37597]joy , happiness , merriness
[L=37598]increase , growth
[L=37599](in
[L=37600]chapter , section , division of a book (
 audbilya
audbilya [p= 238,1] [L=40991]
(fr. ud-bila) , excessive joy Buddh.
(H1) n.
 ka
ka 1 [p= 240,2] [L=41332]
k in keep or king).
 2 [L=41336]
,,kim , interrog. pron. (» kim and 2. kad , and cf. the following words in which the interrogative base ka appears , katama,katara,kati,katham,kadā,karhi, , &c ) , who? which? what? In its declension ka follows the pronoun tad except in nom. acc. sing. neut. , where kim has taken the place of kad or kat in classical Sanskrit
240,3] [p= 240,2] [L=41336.1]
kad is found in the veda (» Gram. ?? 227) ; ([cf. Zd. ka , ko7 , kA7 , kat ; Gk. πόθεν , πς , (Ion. κόθεν , κς ,) τίς , τί ; Lat. quis , quid ; Lith. kas ; Goth. hvas , hvo7 , hva , Angl.Sax. hwa1 , hwaet ; Eng. who , what.]) The interrogative sentence introduced by ka is often terminated by iti (e.g. kasya sa putra iti kathyatām , let it be said , " whose son is he? ") , but iti may be omitted and the sentence lose its direct interrogative character (e.g. kasya sa putro na jñāyate , it is not known whose son he is) . ka with or without √1. as may express " how is it possible that? " " what power have I , you , they , &c ? " (e.g. ke mama dhanvino'nye , what can the other archers do against me? ke āvām paritrātum , what power have we to rescue you?) ka is often connected with a demonstrative pron. (e.g. ko 'yam āyāti , who comes here?) or with the potential (e.g. ko hari nindet , who will blame hari?) ka is sometimes repeated (e.g. ka ko 'tra , who is there? kān kān , whom? whom? i.e. which of them? cf. Gram. 54) , and the repetition is often due to a kind of attraction (e.g. keā ki śāstram adhyayanīyam , which book is to be read by whom? Gram. 836. a). When kim is connected with the inst. c. of a noun or with the indecl. participle it may express " what is gained by doing so , &c ? " (= ko'rthas)
240,3] [L=41336.2]
e.g. ki vilambena , what is gained by delay? kim bahunā , what is the use of more words? dhanena ki yo na dadāti , what is the use of wealth to him who does not give? with inst. and gen. , nīruja kim auadhai , what is the use of medicine to the healthy?) ka is often followed by the particles iva , u , nāma , nu , , svid , some of which serve merely to generalize the interrogation (e.g. kim iva etad , what can this be? ka u śravat , who can possibly hear? ko nāma jānāti , who indeed knows? ko nv ayam , who , pray , is this? ki nu kāryam , what is to be done? ko vā devād anya , who possibly other than a god? kasya svid hdaya*sti , of what person is there no heart?) ka is occasionally used alone as an indefinite pronoun , especially in negative sentences (e.g. na kasya ko vallabha , no one is a favourite of any one ; *nyo jānāti ka , no one else knows ; katha sa ghātayati kam , how does he kill any one?) Generally , however , ka is only made indefinite when connected with the particles ca,caná,cid, ,andápi , in which case ka may sometimes be preceded by the relative ya (e.g. ye ke ca , any persons whatsoever ; yasyai kasyai ca devatāyai , to any deity whatsoever ; yāni kāni ca mitrāi , any friends whatsoever ; yat kica , whatever) . The particle cana , being composed of caandna , properly gives a negative force to the pronoun (e.g. yasmād indrād te kicana , without which indra there is nothing) , but the negative sense is generally dropped (e.g. kaścana , any one ; na kaścana , no one) , and a relative is sometimes connected with it (e.g. yat kicana , anything whatsoever) . Examples of cid with the interrogative are common

and api are not so common , but the latter is often found in classical Sanskrit (e.g. kaścid , any one ; kecid , some ; na kaścid , no one ; na kicid api , nothing whatsoever ; ya kaścid , any one whatsoever ; kecit - kecit , some - others ; yasmin kasmin vā deśe , in any country whatsoever ; na ko 'pi , no one ; na kimapi , nothing whatever) . ka may sometimes be used , like 2. kad , at the beginning of a compound. » ka-pūya , &c
 3 [L=41337]
(according to native authorities) N. of prajāpati or of a prajāpati VS. xx , 4 ; xxii , 20 TS. i S3Br. &c

brahman MBh. i , 32 BhP. iii , 12 , 51 ; xii , 13 , 19 ; 20

daka BhP. ix , 10 , 10

viṣṇu L.

yama L.

garua

Tattvas.

VarBr2S.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

kāma-granthi (?)
 3 [L=41356]
happiness , joy , pleasure ChUp. iv , 10 , 5 Nir. &c
 3 [L=41357]
water MaitrS. i , 10 , 10 S3Br. x Ya1jn5. &c
 3 [L=41358]
the head
 3 [L=41359]
hair , a head of hair L.
 3 [L=41360]
(also regarded as ind. ; cf. 1. kam.)
ka 4 [L=41365]
taddhita affix (much used in forming adjectives ; it may also be added to nouns to express diminution , deterioration , or similarity e.g. putraka , a little son ; aśvaka , a bad horse or like a horse).
(H1) the first consonant of the alphabet , and the first guttural letter (corresponding in sound to
(H1) kas
[p= but the old form
[p= (
[L=41336.3]
(H1) m.
[L=41338]of
[L=41339]of
[L=41340]of
[L=41341]of
[L=41342]of
[L=41343]the soul
[L=41344]a particular comet
[L=41345]the sun
[L=41346]fire
[L=41347]splendour , light
[L=41348]air
[L=41349]a peacock
[L=41350]the body
[L=41351]time
[L=41352]wealth
[L=41353]sound
[L=41354]a king
[L=41355]=
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1) a
 kaj
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 7.58
kaj [p= 243,1] [L=41817]
kajati , to be happy  ; 
to be confused with joy or pride or sorrow
Dha1tup. vii , 58  ; 
to grow (in this sense a
sautra root).
(H1) cl.1 P.
 kallola
kal--lola [p= 248,1] [L=42862]
a wave , surge , billow Pan5cat. Bhartr2. &c

L.

L.
kallola [p= 263,3] [L=46400]
(1. kam , water , lola T. , but according to Un2. i , 67 fr. √ kall) a wave , billow Bhartr2. iii , 37 Pan5cat.

L.

L.
kallola [L=46403]
hostile L.
(H3) m.
[L=42863]an enemy , foe
[L=42864]joy , happiness , pleasure
(H1) m.
[L=46401]gambol , recreation
[L=46402]an enemy
(H1B) mfn.
 kamalānandana
kamalā* nandana [p= 252,2] [L=43866]
" kamalā's joy " , N. of miśra-dinakara.
(H3) n.
 kilakilā
kilakilā [p= 284,1] [L=50592]
(an onomatopoetic word) , sounds or cries expressing joy , or the expression of joy by any sound or cry MBh. R. Mcar. Ba1lar.
(H1B) f.
 kilakilāya
kilakilāya [p= 284,2] [L=50593]
P. A1. °yati , °yate , to raise sounds expressing joy Bhat2t2. vii , 102 Ka1ran2d2.  ; 
to cry , give a shriek
Ka1ran2d2.
(H2) Nom.
 kilikilaya
kilikilaya [L=50594]
P. °yati , to raise sounds expressing joy Ba1lar.
kilikilaya [L=50617]
» kilakila.
(H3) Nom.
(H1) &c
 kilikilita
kilikilita [L=50596]
sounds expressing joy Ba1lar.
(H2) n.
 kilikila
kilikila [L=50614]
N. of a people VP.
kilikila [L=50616]
(= °lak°) cries expressing joy DivyA7v.
(H1) m. pl.
(H1B) f.
 kumuda
ku--muda [p= 286,2] [L=51129]
s.v.
kú-muda [p= 292,3] [L=52411]
[as m. L. ], " exciting what joy " , the esculent white water-lily (Nymphaea esculenta) AV. iv , 34 , 5 Sus3r. S3ak. &c

Nymphaea rubra) L.
kú-muda [L=52413]
camphor Bhpr.
kú-muda [L=52414]
(in music) N. of a dhruvaka
kú-muda [L=52415]
N. of a particular comet VarBr2S.
kú-muda [L=52416]
of a nāga MBh. Ragh.
kú-muda [L=52417]
of an attendant of skanda ([ MBh. ix , 2558]) or of viṣṇu ([ BhP. ])
kú-muda [L=52418]
of the elephant of the south-west or southern quarter L.
kú-muda [L=52419]
of a daitya L.
kú-muda [L=52420]
of a son of gada by bhatī Hariv. 9193
kú-muda [L=52421]
of a confidant of king unmattāvanti Ra1jat.
kú-muda [L=52422]
of a monkey-hero MBh. R.
kú-muda [L=52423]
of a poet
kú-muda [L=52424]
of a pupil of pathya BhP. xii , 7 , 2
kú-muda [L=52425]
of a mountain BhP. VP.
kú-muda [L=52426]
of one of the smaller dvīpas VP.
kú-muda [L=52434]
camphor L.
kú-muda [L=52435]
silver L.
kumuda [p= 1325,1] [L=328280]
comp.)
(H3) »
(H2) n.
[L=52412]the red lotus (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2) (in
 kulanandana
kúla--nandana [p= 294,3] [L=52884]
(ā) a boy or girl causing joy or doing honour to a family Pan5cat. BhP. Vet.
(H3) mf
 kulānanda
kulā* nanda [p= 295,2] [L=53009]
" the joy of his family " , N. of an author of mantras.
(H3) m.
 gadgadadhvani
gadgada--dhvani [p= 344,3] [L=62933]
low inarticulate expression of joy or grief L.
(H3) m.
 gard
Whitney Roots links: gard
gard [p= 349,2] [L=63914]
°dati , to shout , give shouts of joy Ta1n2d2yaBr. xiv , 3 , 19  ; 
to emit any sound
Dha1tup. : cl.10. gardayati id. ib.
(H1) cl.1 P.
 gu
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 22.52, 28.106
Whitney Roots links: gu
gu 1 [p= 356,1] [L=65339]
cf. √ 1. ) cl.1 A1. gávate , to go Naigh. ii , 14.
gu 2 [L=65340]
" going " » ádhri-gu , vanar-gú (cf. also priyágu , śāci-gu)

» tāta-gu , nigu (cf. agre-gū́.)
gu 3 [p= 356,2] [L=65341]
gavate , to sound Dha1tup. xxii , 52 : Intens. A1. (1. and 3. sg. jóguve , p. jóguvāna) " to cause to sound " , proclaim RV. i , 61 , 14 ; v , 64 , 2 TBr. ii Ka1t2h. xiii , 11 f. : P. (impf. agagūyat for agug°) to shout with joy Ta1n2d2yaBr. xiv , 3 , 19 (cf. prati- √3. gu and jógū.)
gu 4 [L=65342]
q.v.) cl.6 P. guvati , to void by stool Dha1tup. xxviii , 106 (cf. vi-gūna.)
gu 5 [L=65343]
ifc. = , cow


Pa1n2. 1-2 , 48) » á-gu , anu-gu , anuṣṇa-gu , áriṣṭagu , upa-gu , uṣṇa-gu , kśá-gu , tamo-gu , &c
gu 5 [L=65343.3]
(u) water L.
gu 5 [L=65343.4]
the hair on the body L.
(H1) (
(H2) ifc.
[L=65340.1]" fit for "
(H1) cl.1 A1.
(H1) (= √1.
(H1) f.
[L=65343.1]earth
[L=65343.2]ray (
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 ghṛṣvirādhas
ghṛ́ṣvi--rādhas [p= 379,2] [L=70113]
granting with joy , vii , 59 , 5 (voc.)
(H3) mfn.
 carbhaī
carbhaī [p= 390,2] [L=72444]
= °rcarī , cries of joy L.
(H1B) f.
 cidānanda
397,3] [L=74017]
comp.
[p= " thought and joy " , in
 cidānandadaśaślokī
cid--ānanda---daśa-ślokī [L=74017.1]
ten verses in praise of thought and joy
(H4) f.
 cidānandamaya
cid--ānanda---maya [L=74017.2]
consisting of thought and joy Ra1matUp.
(H4) mfn.
 jagatprīti
jágat--prīti [p= 408,1] [L=76266]
" world joy " , śiva MBh. vii , 202 , 12.
(H3) f.
 jñānānanda
jñānā* nanda [p= 426,2] [L=80475]
" joy of knowledge " , N. of an author.
(H3) m.
 toa
toa [p= 456,1] [L=87267]
( √ tu) satisfaction , contentment , pleasure , joy (with loc. gen. , or ifc.) MBh. &c

bhaga-vat and one of the 12 tuitas BhP. iv , 1 , 7.
(H1) m.
[L=87268]Contentment as a son of
 devanandā
devá--nandā [p= 493,2] [L=95757]
" gods' joy " , N. of a celestial woman Sin6ha7s.
(H3) f.
 devabhoga
devá--bhoga [p= 494,1] [L=95879]
pleasure of the gods , heavenly joy Bhag. ix , 20.
(H3) m.
 dvadva
dvadvá [p= 503,2] [L=98105]
(the repeated nom. of dva) pair , couple , male and female TS. Br. MBh. Ka1v. &c (°ám ind. , °dve ind. , or °dvena ind. by two , face to face , secretly)

e.g. heat and cold , joy and sorrow &c ) Up. Mn. MBh. R. &c

esp. between two persons , a duel) MBh. R. Hit.

L.
dvadvá [L=98109]
(scil. samāsa ; rarely n.) a copulative compound (or any compound in which the members if uncompounded would be in the same case and connected by the conjunction , " and " cf. devatā- , nakatra-) , Pa1n2. 2-2 , 29 ; 4 , 2
dvadvá [L=98110]
N. of sev. ekā*has Ka1tyS3r.
dvadvá [L=98111]
the sign of the zodiac Gemini Gol.
dvadvá [L=98112]
(in music) a kind of measure
dvadvá [L=98113]
a species of disease , a complication of two disorders , a compound affection of two humours L.
(H1) n.
[L=98106]a pair of opposites (
[L=98107]strife , quarrel , contest , fight (
[L=98108]stronghold , fortress
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
 dharmanandana
dhárma--nandana [p= 511,2] [L=100089]
" dharma's joy or son " , N. of yudhi-ṣṭhira

the sons of ṇḍu BhP. i , 9 , 12 (cf. -ja , -janman &c )
(H3) m.
[L=100090]pl.
 dhti
dhṛ́ti [p= 519,3] [L=101886]
holding , seizing , keeping , supporting (cf. caraī- , vi-) , firmness , constancy , resolution , will , command RV. &c

MBh. Ka1v. &c (°ti-k , to keep ground or stand still MBh. vii , 4540 ; to find pleasure or satisfaction Ratn. iv , 4÷5 ; °tim-bandh , to show firmness Amar. 67 ; to fix the mind on Mn. v , 47)

daka and wife of dharma ( MBh. Hariv. Pur. ) or as a śakti ( Hcat. &c )

of partic. evening oblations at the aśvamedha S3Br.

W.

sev. kinds of metre and of a class of metres consisting of 4 x 18 syllables Col.

Var. Gan2it.

astrol. Yogas. L.

Gol.

kalās of the moon Pur.

kalā of prakti and wife of kapila) ib.

rudra-manu ib.

māts L.
dhṛ́ti [L=101899]
wish katrasya = katra-dh° La1t2y.
dhṛ́ti [L=101900]
N. of one of the viśve devās MBh.
dhṛ́ti [L=101901]
of a preceptor Cat.
dhṛ́ti [L=101902]
of the son of vijaya and father of dhta-vrata Hariv. Pur.
dhṛ́ti [L=101903]
of a son of vīta-havya and father of bahulāśva Pur.
dhṛ́ti [L=101904]
of a son of babhru L.
dhṛ́ti [L=101905]
of a vara in kuśa-dvīpa VP.
(H2) f.
[L=101887]satisfaction , content , joy
[L=101888]Resolution or Satisfaction personified as a daughter of
[L=101889]N.
[L=101890]any offering or sacrifice
[L=101891]of
[L=101892]of the numeral 18
[L=101893]of one of the
[L=101894]of a mythical garden
[L=101895]of one of the 16
[L=101896]of a goddess (daughter of a
[L=101897]of the wife of
[L=101898]of the 13th of the 16
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 nanda
nánda [p= 526,3] [L=103421]
joy , delight , happiness (also pl.) AV. VS. &c


of one of yudhi-ṣṭhira's 2 drums MBh.

kubera's 9 gems L.

gopa- add. ; cf. nandana)

of viṣṇu MBh.

skanda's attendants ib.

nāga ib.

-ka)

Buddh. deity Lalit.

daka BhP.

dhta-rāṣṭra (also -ka) MBh.

gautama buddha MWB. 441

vasu-deva Pur.

kṛṣṇa and ancestor of durgā MBh. Hariv. Pur. &c (also -ka L. )

sātvatas BhP.

ali-putra and founder of a dynasty consisting of 9 successive princes HParis3. Pur. Katha1s. Pan5c. &c

nandas) Jyot.

sev. scholars and authors Cat.

BhP. (cf. -parvata and nandi-giri)
nánda [L=103460]
a kind of house Gal.
(H2) m.
[L=103422](in mus.) a flute 7 inches long
[L=103423]N.
[L=103424]of one of
[L=103425]a son (in
[L=103426]N.
[L=103427]of one of
[L=103428]of a
[L=103429](also
[L=103430]of a
[L=103431]of an attendant on
[L=103432]of a son of
[L=103433]of a step-brother and disciple of
[L=103434]of a son of
[L=103435]of the foster-father of
[L=103436]of a leader of the
[L=103437]of a king of
[L=103438]of the number 9 (because of the 9
[L=103439]of
[L=103440]of a mountain
(H2B) n.
 nandaka
nandaka [L=103498]
delighting in (comp.) MBh.

esp. a family) L.
nandaka [L=103500]
joy , delight L.
nandaka [L=103501]
a frog L.
nandaka [L=103502]
N. of kṛṣṇa's sword MBh.
nandaka [L=103503]
( °kin m. its possessor i.e. kṛṣṇa ib.)
nandaka [L=103504]
of a bull Pan5c.
nandaka [L=103505]
of a village Ra1jat. (cf. also under nanda , m.)
(H2) mfn.
[L=103499]rejoicing , gladdening , making happy (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 nandathu
nandathu [L=103508]
joy , delight , happiness L.
(H2) m.
 nandayit
nan° dayit [p= 527,1] [L=103539]
giving joy , making happy MW.
(H3) mfn.
 nandi
nandi [L=103545]
" the happy one " , N. of viṣṇu MBh.

śiva ib.

śiva TA1r. MBh. &c

gandharva MBh.

Pravar.

W. (w.r. for nāndin)
nandi [L=103551]
joy , happiness , welfare MBh. &c (also m. n. L. )
nandi [L=103552]
Joy personified as daughter of Heaven or as wife of kāma and mother of hara Pur.
nandi [L=103553]
= dyūta and dyūtā*ga L.
nandi [L=103554]
(with jainas) a class of sacred writings (m. or f. ?) MWB. 533.
(H2) m.
[L=103546]of
[L=103547]of an attendant of
[L=103548]of a
[L=103549]of a man
[L=103550]the speaker of a prologue
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 nandikara
nandi--kara [L=103555]
causing joy or happiness (with gen.) MBh. ii , 740
nandi--kara [L=103556]
son of (comp.) MBh. (cf. nandana)
nandi--kara [L=103557]
N. of śiva ib.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 nandighoa
nandi--ghoa [L=103565]
cry or music of joy , (esp.) the proclamation of a panegyrist or herald MBh. R.

's chariot L.
(H3) m.
[L=103566]arjuna
 narmadyuti
narma--dyuti [p= 530,1] [L=104331]
bright with joy , happy , merry W.
narma--dyuti [L=104332]
enjoyment of a joke or any amusement Das3ar. Sch.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) f.
 narmasphañja
narma--sphañja [L=104339]
Das3ar. ) m. (dram.) the first meeting of lovers beginning with joy but ending in alarm.
(H3) (
 narmasphiñja
narma--sphiñja [L=104340]
Das3ar. )m. (dram.) the first meeting of lovers beginning with joy but ending in alarm.
(H3) (
 narmasphūrja
narma--sphūrja [L=104341]
Sa1h. Bhar. ) m. (dram.) the first meeting of lovers beginning with joy but ending in alarm.
(H3) (
 nalānanda
nalā* nanda [p= 530,2] [L=104418]
" nala's joy " , N. of a drama.
(H3) m.
 nāgānanda
nāgā* nanda [p= 533,3] [L=105168]
" the serpents' joy " , N. of a Buddh. play ascribed to king hara.
(H3) n.
 nāgānandiya
nāgā* nan° diya [L=105169]
" the serpents' joy " , N. of a Buddh. play ascribed to king hara.
(H3) n.
 nāndī
nāndī [p= 535,2] [L=105612]
( √ nand) joy , satisfaction , pleasure RV. MBh.

esp.) a kind of blessing pronounced as a prologue to a drama Mr2icch. Ka1lid. Sa1h. Prata1p. &c

partic. measure

dvādaśa-tūrya-nirghoa L.
(H2) f.
[L=105613]eulogium or praise of a deity , (
[L=105614](in music) a
[L=105615]=
 nāndīnāda
nāndī--nāda [L=105619]
Mudr. ) ( Katha1s. ) m. shout of joy.
(H3) (
 nāndīnināda
nāndī--nināda [L=105620]
Katha1s. ) m. shout of joy.
(H3) (
 nāndīrava
nāndī--rava [p= 535,3] [L=105634]
shout of joy MBh.
(H3) m.
 nāva
nāvá 1 [p= 538,1] [L=106170]
( √ nu4) a shout of joy or triumph RV.
nāva 2 [L=106171]
nau , a boat , a ship (in comp. cf. ardha-n° , dvi-n° Pa1n2. 5-4 , 99 , 100)
(H1) m.
(H1) =
 niprītika
ni--prītika [p= 543,2] [L=107628]
not connected with joy or delight Lalit.
(H3) mfn.
 nityānandarasa
nityā* nanda---rasa [p= 547,3] [L=108429]
" essence of eternal joy " , N. of a partic. medic. preparation Rasar.
(H4) m.
 pikānanda
pikā* nanda [p= 624,2] [L=123464]
" cuckoo's joy " , the spring L.
(H3) m.
 pulakākulākti
pula° * kulā* kti [p= 638,1] [L=126668]
" having the frame excited by bristling hair " , thrilled with joy MW.
(H3) mfn.
 pulakita
pula° kita [L=126679]
having the hair of the body erect , thrilled with joy Ka1v. Pan5c. Hit.
(H3) mfn.
 prakaaprītivardhana
pra-kaa---prīti-vardhana 1 [p= 652,3] [L=129771]
" evidently increaser of joy " , N. of śiva S3ivag.
(H3) m.
 prakāma
pra-kāmá [p= 653,1] [L=129821]
joy , delight VS.

objects of desire R.
pra-kāmá [L=129823]
with delight , willingly , according to desire , sufficiently , very much , indeed MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1) m.
[L=129822]pl.
(H1B) ibc.
 prajātyānanda
pra-° ° tyānanda [p= 658,2] [L=130856.5]
prá-) m. the joy of propagation BhP.
(H4) (
 pratimud
prati- √ mud [p= 669,2] [L=132899]
-modate (rarely P.) °ti , to rejoice at , welcome with joy , be glad to see (with acc. , rarely gen.) RV. &c &c : Caus. -modayate , to gladden , cheer S3Br. : Desid. of Caus. -mumodayiati , to wish to make cheerful ib.
(H1) A1.
 pratiram
prati- √ ram [p= 669,3] [L=132958]
-ramati , to look towards with joy , long for , expect (acc.) Ka1ran2d2.
(H1) P.
 pratihṛṣ
prati- √ hṛṣ [p= 673,2] [L=133552]
-hṛṣyate , to show joy in return for anything MBh. : Caus. harayati , to gladden , rejoice ib.
(H1) A1.
 pratihara
prati-° hara [L=133553]
expression of joy Dha1tup.
(H3) m.
 pratiharaa
prati-° haraa [L=133554]
(fr. Caus.) causing joy in return R.
(H3) mfn.
 pradyumnānanda
pradyumnā* nanda [p= 680,2] [L=134850]
" pradyumna's joy " , N. of a bhāa (also °dīya n.)
(H3) m.
 praphullanayana
praphulla--nayana [p= 683,1] [L=135265]
W. ) mfn. having fully opened or sparkling eyes , having eyes expanded with joy.
(H3) (
 praphullanetra
praphulla--netra [L=135266]
S3atr. ) mfn. having fully opened or sparkling eyes , having eyes expanded with joy.
(H3) (
 praphullavadana
praphulla--vadana [L=135267]
having the face expanded with joy , looking gay or happy W.
(H3) mfn.
 pramada
pra-mada [p= 685,2] [L=135727]
joy , pleasure , delight MBh. Katha1s.
pra-mada [L=135728]
wanton , dissolute Ragh. (also °daka Nir. )
pra-mada [L=135729]
mad , intoxicated L.
pra-mada [L=135730]
the thorn-apple L.
pra-mada [L=135731]
the ankle L.
pra-mada [L=135732]
N. of a dānava Hariv.
pra-mada [L=135733]
of a son of vasiṣṭha and one of the sages under manu uttama BhP.
pra-mada [L=135734]
(f(ā). » below)
(H2) m.
(H2B) mfn.
(H2B) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 pramoda
pra-modá [p= 686,3] [L=136015]
(also pl. ; ifc. f(ā).) excessive joy , delight , gladness VS. Up. MBh. &c

n.) one of the 8 khya perfections Tattvas. Sa1m2khyak. Sch.

jainas) joy as exhibited in the virtuous HYog.

Hariv. (as a child of brahmā VP. )

VarBr2S. viii , 29

BhP.

Gal.

of a being attendant upon skanda MBh.

nāga ib.

Cat.

sev. men VP. Ra1jat.
pra-moda [p= 687,2] [L=136130]
» pra-mud.
(H2) m.
[L=136016](also
[L=136017](with
[L=136018]Pleasure personified
[L=136019]the 4th year in a 60 years' cycle of Jupiter
[L=136020]a strong perfume
[L=136021]a kind of rice
[L=136022]N.
[L=136023]of a
[L=136024]of an author
[L=136025]of
(H1) &c
 pramodam
pra-° modam [p= 687,1] [L=136036]
, in uccai-p° , with loud expressions of joy Prab.
(H3) ind.
 pramodin
pra-° modín [L=136042]
causing excessive joy , delighting AV.

W.
pra-° modín [L=136044]
a kind of rice (= °modaka) Va1gbh.
(H3) mfn.
[L=136043]delighted , happy
(H3B) m.
 pravaaprahara
pra-vaá--prahara [p= 690,2] [L=136720]
one whose joy or happiness has disappeared R. (v.l. in B. pravinaṣṭa-hara).
(H3) mfn.
 prahara
pra-hara [p= 700,3] [L=138530]
» pra-hṛṣ.
pra-hara [p= 701,2] [L=138676]
erection (or greater erection) of the male organ Car.

°ak , with loc. " to delight in ") MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H1) &c
(H2) m.
[L=138677]erection of the hair , extreme joy , thrill of delight , rapture (
 praharaa
pra-° haraa [L=138679]
(ī)n. causing erection of the hair of the body , enrapturing , delighting MBh. Hariv.
pra-° haraa [L=138680]
the planet Mercury or its ruler L. (cf. °ula)
pra-° haraa [L=138682]
a kind of metre Chandom.
pra-° haraa [L=138683]
erection (of the hair of the body) Car.
pra-° haraa [L=138684]
rapture , joy , delight MBh.
pra-° haraa [L=138685]
gladdening , delighting. ib.
pra-° haraa [L=138686]
the attainment of a desired object Kuval.
(H3) mf
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 praharaakara
pra-° haraa---kara [L=138687]
(ī)n. causing great joy , enrapturing MBh.
(H4) mf
 prahlāda
pra-hlāda [p= 701,3] [L=138728]
joyful excitement , delight , joy. happiness MBh. R. Sus3r.

L.

Gal.

of a pious daitya (son of hiraya-kaśipu ; he was made king of the daitya by viṣṇu , and was regent of one of the divisions of pātāla ; cf. pra-hrāda) MBh. VP. ( RTL. 109)

nāga. MBh.

prajā-pati ib.

N. of a people. ib.
(H2) m.
[L=138729]sound , noise
[L=138730]a species of rice
[L=138731]N.
[L=138732]of a
[L=138733]of a
[L=138734]pl.
 prahlādaka
pra-° hlādaka [L=138736]
(ikā)n. causing joy or pleasure , refreshing R2itus.
(H3) mf
 prahlādana
pra-° hlādana [L=138737]
(ī)n. id. MBh. Ka1v. Sus3r.
pra-° hlādana [L=138738]
(with yuva-rāja) N. of a poet (brother of king dhārā-vara , 1208) Cat.
pra-° hlādana [L=138739]
( Hariv. Sus3r. ) and (ā) f. ( Ba1lar. ) the act of causing joy or pleasure , refreshment.
(H3) mf
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
 prīti
prīti [p= 711,1] [L=140726]
any pleasurable sensation , pleasure , joy , gladness , satisfaction (with loc. or ifc. ; with ind.p. , " joy at having done anything ") Gr2S3rS. &c

samam or ifc.) , affection , love (with gen. loc. , or ifc.) MBh. Ka1v. &c

esp. as a daughter of daka or as one of the two wives of kāma-deva) Hariv. Pur. Katha1s.

of a śruti Sam2gi1t.

Yogas. L.

of the 13th kalā of the moon Cat.

dh Ra1matUp.

Mn. Ragh. &c
(H2) f.
[L=140727]friendly disposition , kindness , favour , grace , amity (with
[L=140728]joy or gratification personified (
[L=140729]N.
[L=140730]the 2nd of the 27 astrological
[L=140731]N.
[L=140732]a symbolical expression for the sound
[L=140734]in a friendly way , amicably
 prītyā
prītyā [L=140733]
in a state of joyful excitement , gladly , with joy MBh. R. Ragh. Katha1s.
(H2C) ind.
 prīticcheda
prīti--ccheda [L=140742]
destruction of joy Mr2icch.
(H3) m.
 prītimaya
prīti--maya [p= 711,2] [L=140767]
(ī)n. made up of joy , arisen from joy (as tears) R.
(H3) mf
 prītirasāyana
prīti--rasā* yana [L=140769]
" an elixir of joy " , any nectar-like beverage causing joy Hit.
(H3) n.
 prītivardhana
prīti--vardhana [L=140772]
increasing love or joy. A.
prīti--vardhana [L=140773]
the 4th month Su1ryapr.
prīti--vardhana [L=140774]
N. of viṣṇu A.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 premapātana
prema--pātana [L=140798]
rheum L.

W.
(H3) n.
[L=140799]tears (of joy)
 preman
premán [L=140826]
love , affection , kindness , tender regard , favour , predilection , fondness , love &c towards (loc. or comp.) TS. Br. Ka1v. &c (also pl.)

L.
premán [L=140828]
sport , a jest , joke Sa1h.
premán [L=140829]
wind L.
premán [L=140830]
N. of indra L.
premán [L=140831]
of various men Ra1jat.
preman [p= 712,3] [L=141066]
&c » [p= 711,2].
(H2) mn.
[L=140827]joy
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H1) preyas
 phalodaya
phalo* daya [p= 717,2] [L=141953]
arising or appearance of consequences or results , recompense , reward , punishment (with gen. or loc. or comp.) Mn. Ya1jn5. R. &c

L.

L.
(H3) m.
[L=141954]joy
[L=141955]heaven
 phulladṛṣṭi
phulla--dṛṣṭi [p= 718,1] [L=142053]
having eyes dilated (with joy) , smiling , happy W.
(H3) mfn.
 phullanayana
phulla--nayana [L=142054]
having eyes dilated (with joy) , smiling , happy W.
(H3) mfn.
 phullanetra
phulla--netra [L=142055]
having eyes dilated (with joy) , smiling , happy W.
(H3) mfn.
 bandh
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 31.37, 32.14
Whitney Roots links: banD
bandh [p= 720,2] [p= 720,1] [L=142512]
( Dha1tup. xxxi , 37) badhnā́ti (rarely A1. badhnīté ; cl.1 P. A1. bandhati , °te MBh. ; cl.4 P. badhyati Hariv. ; Impv. badhāna AV. , bandhāna MBh. , -badhnīhi BhP. , bandha R. ; pf. P. babándha , 3. pl. bedhús AV. , babandhus MBh. ; A1. bedhé , °dhiré AV. , babandhe Gr. ; fut. bhantsyati Br. &c , bandhiyati , °te MBh. ; banddhā Gr. ; aor. abhāntsīt Gr. ; Prec. badhyāt ib. ; inf. banddhum , or bandhitum R. , bádhe AV. ind.p. baddhvā́ AV. , °dhvā́ya Br. , -badhya ib. ; -bandham Pa1n2. 3-4 , 41 Sch.) , to bind , tie , fix , fasten , chain , fetter RV. &c  ; 
to bind round , put on (
A1. ?? ; later also P. " on one's self ") AV. S3Br. MBh. &c  ; 
to catch , take or hold captive , met. = to attach to world or to sin
Mn. MBh. Kap.  ; 
to fix , direct , fasten , rivet (eyes , ears or mind) on (
loc. or inf.) MBh. Ka1v. Katha1s.  ; 
to arrest , hold back , restrain , suppress , stop , shut , close
Ya1jn5. MBh. Katha1s.  ; 
to bind a sacrificial victim , offer , sacrifice (with
dat. of the deity to whom it is presented) RV. Br. : Ka1tyS3r.  ; 
to punish , chastise
Hit.  ; 
to join , unite , put together or produce anything in this way ,
e.g. fold (the hands) , clench (the fist) , knit or bend (the eyebrows) , arrange , assume (a posture) , set up (a limit) , construct (a dam or a bridge) , span , bridge over (a river) , conceive or contract (friendship or enmity) , compose , construct (a poem or verse) MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to form or produce in any way , cause , effect , do , make , bear (fruit) , strike (roots) , take up (one's abode)
ib.  ; 
to entertain , cherish , show , exhibit , betray (joy , resolution
&c ) ib. : Pass. badhyáte (°ti Hariv. ) , to be bound &c &c  ; 
(
esp.) to be bound by the fetters of existence or evil , sin again Mn. BhP.  ; 
to be affected by
i.e. experience , suffer (instr.) Pan5cat. : Caus. bandhayati (aor. ababandhat) , to cause to bind or catch or capture , imprison S3Br. &c  ; 
to cause to be built or constructed
Ragh. Ra1jat.  ; 
to cause to be embanked or dammed up
Ra1jat.  ; 
to bind together (also
bādhayati) Dha1tup. xxxii , 14 : Desid. bibhantsati Gr.: Intens. bābanddhi , bābadhyate ib. [cf. Zd. band ; Gk. πενθερός , πεσμα ; Lat. foedus , fides ; Lit. be4ndras ; Goth. Angl.Sax. bindan ; Germ. binden ; Eng. bind.]
(H1) cl.9 P.
 brahmānanda
brahmā* nanda [p= 740,3] [L=147170]
" joy in brahma " , the rapture of absorption into the one self-existent Spirit Ra1matUp.

of various men and authors (also -giri m. , -parama-hasa m. , -bhāratī m. , -yogin m. , -yogī*ndra m. , -sārasvatī m. , and °din , m.)

of wk.
(H3) m.
[L=147171]N.
[L=147172]N.
 bhuvanānanda
bhuvanā* nanda [p= 760,3] [L=151519]
" joy of the world " , N. of an author Cat.
(H3) m.
 bhūrati
bhū́--rati [p= 761,2] [L=151725]
" earth-joy " , N. of a magical spell recited over weapons R.
(H3) m.
 bhṛṅgānandā
bhṛṅ* nandā [p= 765,2] [L=152669]
" bee-joy " , Jasminum Auriculatum L.
(H3) f.
 bhramarānanda
bhramarā* nanda [p= 769,3] [L=153589]
" bee-joy " , Mimusops Elengi L.

Racemosa L.

L.
(H3) m.
[L=153590]Gaertnera
[L=153591]the red-flowering globe-amaranth
 makha
makhá 1 [p= 772,1] [L=154032]
(prob. connected with √1. mah or √ mah) jocund , cheerful , sprightly , vigorous , active , restless (said of the maruts and other gods) RV. Br.
makhá 1 [L=154033]
a feast , festival , any occasion of joy or festivity RV. S3a1n3khGr2.
makhá 1 [L=154034]
a sacrifice , sacrificial oblation S3Br. &c ( Naigh. iii , 17)
makhá 1 [L=154035]
(prob.) N. of a mythical being (esp. in makhasya śira , " makha's head ") RV. VS. S3Br. (cf. also comp.)
makha 2 [L=154062]
or n. (?) the city of Mecca Ka1lac.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1) m.
 magalaśasana
magala--śasana [p= 773,1] [L=154227]
the act of wishing joy , uttering a congratulation L.
(H3) n.
 magalācaraa
magalā* caraa [L=154241]
benediction , prayer for the success of anything Kap. Sa1h. Cat.

MW.
(H3) n.
[L=154242]pronouncing a blessing , wishing joy
 magalecchu
magale* cchu [L=154272]
wishing joy , wishing prosperity MW.
(H3) mfn.
 matta
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

ib.
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.
 mattamayūra
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.
 madālāpin
madā* lāpin [p= 778,1] [L=155436]
" uttering sounds of love or joy " , the Indian cuckoo or koil L.
(H3) m.
 madra
madrá [p= 779,1] [L=155684]
a country to the north-west of Hindustan proper , or a king (pl. the people) of this country S3Br. &c

of a son of śibi (the progenitor of the Madras) Pur.

mūrchanā in the gāndhāra-grāma
madrá [L=155689]
joy , happiness (madra tasya or tasmai , " joy to him! " cf. n. of bhadra) Pa1n2. 2-3 , 73.
madra [p= 779,2] [L=155761]
» col.1.
(H2) m.
[L=155685]N.
[L=155687](in music) a personification of the first
(H2B) n.
(H1) &c
 madrakāra
madrá--kāra [p= 779,1] [L=155690]
causing joy or happiness Pa1n2. 3-2 , 44
madrá--kāra [L=155691]
v.l. for mādra-gāra VBr.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 madvan
mádvan [p= 779,2] [L=155735]
addicted to joy or intoxication RV. viii , 81 , 19

ib. ix , 86 , 35
mádvan [L=155737]
N. of śiva Un2. iv , 112 Sch.
(H2) mfn.
[L=155736]gladdening , intoxicating
(H2B) m.
 manasukha
mana--sukha [p= 783,3] [L=156754]
agreeable to the mind , of pleasant taste Sus3r.
mana--sukha [L=156755]
joy of the heart BhP.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) n.
 manoratha
mano--ratha [p= 785,2] [L=157105]
(ifc. f(ā).) " heart's joy " (» 2. ratha) , a wish , desire (also = desired object) MBh. Ka1v. &c

S3am2k.

dram.) a wish expressed in an indirect manner , hint Sa1h.

» 1. ratha) R.

of a teacher Buddh.

Cat.

Ra1jat.
mano--ratha [p= 1331,2] [L=337920.3]
accord. to some orig. Prakrit for mano'rtha, "heart-matter")
(H3) m.
[L=157106]fancy , illusion
[L=157107](in
[L=157108]the heart compared to a car (
[L=157109]N.
[L=157110]of a poet
[L=157111]of various men
(H3) (
 manohlāda
mano--hlāda [p= 785,3] [L=157206]
joy of the heart R.
(H3) m.
 manmathānanda
manmathā* nanda [p= 788,3] [L=157938]
" love's joy " , a kind of mango L.
(H3) m.
 mayūrollāsaka
mayūro* llāsaka [p= 789,3] [L=158102]
" peacock's joy " , the rainy season L.
(H3) m.
 mahaye
maháye [p= 794,3] [L=159272]
inf. for joy , for enjoyment RV.
(H2) Ved.
 mahas
máhas [L=159279]
greatness , might , power , glory (instr. pl. greatly , mightily &c ) RV. AV. Br. Up.

VS. AV. TBr. (°ás ind. gladly , briskly , swiftly RV. )

Pan5car.

L.

Inscr. Ka1v. Katha1s. BhP.

mahar ; » above and cf. vyāhti)

udaka , water Naigh. i , 12

of a sāman A1rshBr.
mahas [p= 803,3] [L=161639]
&c » [p= 794,3].
(H2) n.
[L=159280]joy , gladness , pleasure
[L=159281]a festival or a festive hymn
[L=159282]a sacrifice , oblation
[L=159283]light , splendour , majesty
[L=159284]the fourth of the seven worlds (written
[L=159285]=
[L=159286]N.
(H1) mahasa
 mahānanda
mahā́--° nanda [p= 796,3] [L=159834]
(°*n° or °hā-n°) great bliss (-tva n. state of great bliss) Up.

L.

Sam2gi1t.

of a disciple of buddha Buddh.

Pur.

Cat.

L.
(H3) m.
[L=159834.05]the great joy of deliverance from further transmigration , final emancipation
[L=159834.10]a kind of flute
[L=159834.15]N.
[L=159834.20]of a king
[L=159834.25]of two authors
[L=159834.30]of a river
 mahāsukha
mahā́--sukha [p= 801,3] [L=161108]
" having great joy " , a buddha L.
mahā́--sukha [L=161109]
" great pleasure " , copulation L.
(H3) m.
(H3B) n.
 mātnandana
mātṛ́--nandana [p= 807,2] [L=162293]
" mother's joy " , N. of kārttikeya VarP.
(H3) m.
 māhina
mā́hina [p= 815,2] [L=164050]
(ā)n. ( √1. mah) glad. some , blithe , causing or feeling joy (others " great , powerful ") RV.
mā́hina [L=164051]
dominion L.
(H1) mf
(H1B) n.
 mud
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 2.15, 33.66
Whitney Roots links: mud
mud 1 [p= 822,2] [L=165449]
modayati , to mix , mingle , blend , unite Dha1tup. xxxiii , 66.
mud 2 [L=165450]
( Dha1tup. ii , 15) módate (ep. and mc. also P. °ti ; pf. mumóda RV. ; mumude MBh. &c ; aor. amodiṣṭa Gr. ; Pot. mudīmahi RV. ; Prec. modiīṣṭhās AV. ; fut. moditā Gr. ; modiyate MBh. ; ind.p. -modam MBh. ) , to be merry or glad or happy , rejoice , delight in (instr. or loc.) RV. &c &c : Caus. , modayati , °te (aor. amumudat) , to gladden , give pleasure , exhilarate MBh. Bhat2t2. : Desid. , of Caus. mumodayiati S3Br. : Desid. mumodiate or mumudithate Pa1n2. 1-2 , 26 : Intens. momudyate , momudīti , momotti Gr.
múd 3 [L=165451]
joy , delight , gladness , happiness (also pl.) RV. &c

tuṣṭi) BhP.

W.

= vddhi) W.

L.

N. of a class of apsaras VP.
(H1) cl.10 P.
(H1) cl.1 A1.
(H2) f.
[L=165452]Joy personified (as a daughter of
[L=165453]intoxication , frenzy
[L=165454]a species of drug (
[L=165455]a woman (?)
[L=165456]pl.
 mudbhāj
múd--bhāj [L=165457]
feeling joy or pleasure VarBr2S.
(H3) mfn.
 mudā
mudā [L=165460]
» below.
mudā [L=165462]
pleasure , joy , gladness MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H2B) f.
(H2) f.
 mudānvita
mudā--° nvita [L=165464]
°*nv°) mfn. filled with joy , pleased , delighted R.
(H3) (
 muditā
muditā [L=165472]
joy , gladness , complacency Lalit.
(H2B) f.
 mudita
mudita [L=165470]
delighted , joyful , glad , rejoicing in (instr. or comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c
mudita [L=165471]
a partic. sort of servant R.
mudita [L=165473]
sympathy in joy Divya1v.
mudita [L=165474]
a kind of sexual embrace L.
mudita [L=165475]
a partic. siddhi , khyas. Sch.
mudita [L=165476]
w.r. for nudita and sūdita.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 meghanādin
megha--nādin [p= 831,3] [L=167581]
sounding like thunder R.

Hariv.
megha--nādin [L=167583]
a car which rumbles MBh.
megha--nādin [L=167584]
N. of a dānava Hariv.
(H3) mfn.
[L=167582]crying (with joy) at the appearance of clouds
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 moda
móda [p= 835,3] [L=168492]
( √2. mud) joy , delight , gladness , pleasure RV. &c

BhP. (cf. āmoda)

of a partic. formula A1pS3r.

muni Cat.
(H1) m.
[L=168493]fragrance , perfume
[L=168494]N.
[L=168495]of a
 raa
a 1 [p= 863,3] [L=174076]
delight , pleasure , gladness , joy RV. VS. AV.
a 1 [L=174077]
battle (as an object of delight) , war , combat , fight , conflict RV. &c &c
raa 2 [p= 864,2] [L=174198]
(for 1. » [p= 863,3]) sound , noise L.

= koa) L.
raa 3 [L=174209]
going , motion L.
(H2) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2) m.
[L=174199]the quill or bow of a lute (
(H2) m.
 raakt
a--kṛ́t [p= 863,3] [L=174082]
causing joy , delighting RV.

MBh.
(H3) mfn.
[L=174083]fighting , a fighter
 raya
ya [p= 864,1] [L=174185]
delectable , pleasant RV. AV.

RV.
ya [L=174187]
joy , pleasure ib.
ya [L=174188]
war , battle ib.
raya [p= 864,2] [L=174221]
col.1.
(H2) mfn.
[L=174186]fit for fighting , warlike
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H1) »
 ratha
rátha 1 [p= 865,2] [L=174494]
( √4. ) " goer " , a chariot , car , esp. a two-wheeled war-chariot (lighter and swifter than the anas q.v.) , any vehicle or equipage or carriage (applied also to the vehicles of the gods) , waggon , cart RV. &c (ifc. f(ā).)

MBh. Katha1s. BhP.

L.

L.

Rotang L.

Ougeinensis L.

paurua L.
ratha 2 [p= 866,2] [L=174786]
( √ ram) pleasure , joy , delight (cf. mano-ratha)

cf. next).
ratha [p= 1331,3] [L=338620]
comp.)
(H1) m.
[L=174495]a warrior , hero , champion
[L=174496]the body
[L=174497]a limb , member , part
[L=174498]Calamus
[L=174499]Dalbergia
[L=174500]=
(H1) m.
[L=174787]affection , love (
(H2) (in
 rabhasa
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.

ib.
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=174879](
[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.
 ratikara
rati--kara [p= 867,3] [L=174985]
(ī)n. causing pleasure or joy R. BhP.

= kāmin) VarBr2S.
rati--kara [L=174987]
a partic. samādhi L.
(H3) mf
[L=174986]being in love , enamoured (
(H3B) m.
 rama
rama [p= 868,1] [L=175086]
pleasing , delighting , rejoicing (only ifc. ; cf. mano-r°)

W.
rama [L=175088]
(only L. ) joy
rama [L=175089]
a lover , husband , spouse
rama [L=175090]
kāma-deva , the god of love
rama [L=175091]
the red-flowering aśoka
(H2) mfn.
[L=175087]dear , beloved
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 ramaa
ramaa [L=175096]
(ī)n. pleasing , charming , delightful BhP.
ramaa [L=175097]
a lover , husband (cf. kapā-r°) MBh. Ka1v. &c
ramaa [L=175098]
kāma-deva , the god of love L.
ramaa [L=175099]
an ass L.
ramaa [L=175100]
a testicle L.
ramaa [L=175101]
a tree similar to the Melia Bukayun L.
ramaa [L=175102]
= tinduka L.
ramaa [L=175103]
N. of arua or the charioteer of the Sun L.
ramaa [L=175104]
of a mythical son of manoharā MBh. Hariv.
ramaa [L=175105]
of a man Pravar.
ramaa [L=175106]
pl. N. of a people (cf. ramaha) MBh.
ramaa [L=175111]
pleasure , joy Subh.
ramaa [L=175112]
dalliance , amorous sport , sexual union , copulation Nir. S3ukas.
ramaa [L=175113]
decoying (of deer) S3is3. vi , 9 (cf. Pat. on Pa1n2. 6-4 , 24 Va1rtt. 3)
ramaa [L=175114]
(ifc.) gladdening , delighting BhP.
ramaa [L=175115]
the hinder parts , pudenda (= jaghana) L.
ramaa [L=175116]
the root of Trichosanthes Dioeca L.
ramaa [L=175117]
N. of a forest Hariv.
ramaa [L=175118]
of a town DivyA7v.
(H2) mf
(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.
 rāga
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

Car.

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

Rpra1t.

partic. process in the preparation of quicksilver Sarvad.

Car.

L.

L.

L.
(H1) m.
[L=176090]colour , hue , tint , dye , (
[L=176091]inflammation
[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=176096]a
[L=176097]seasoning , condiment
[L=176098]a prince , king
[L=176099]the sun
[L=176100]the moon
 rābhasya
rābhasya [p= 877,1] [L=177262]
(fr. rabhasa) velocity , impetuosity , Dha1tuP. ??

MW.
(H2) n.
[L=177263]delight , joy , pleasure
 rāma
rāma [L=177264]
(ā́)n. (prob. " causing rest " , and in most meanings fr. √ ram) dark , dark-coloured , black (cf. rātri) AV. TA1r. (rāma śakuni. a black bird , crow Ka1t2hGr2. Vishn2. )

L.

MBh. Ka1v. &c
rāma [L=177267]
a kind of deer Car.
rāma [L=177268]
a horse L.
rāma [L=177269]
a lover VarBr2S.
rāma [L=177270]
pleasure , joy , delight BhP.
rāma [L=177271]
N. of varua. L.
rāma [L=177272]
N. of various mythical personages (in veda two rāmas are mentioned with the patr. mārgaveya and aupatasvini ; another rāmas with the patr. jāmadagnya [cf. below] is the supposed author of RV. x , 110 ; in later times three rāmas are celebrated , viz. 1. paraśu-rāma [q.v.] , who forms the 6th avatāra of viṣṇu and is sometimes called jāmadagnya , as son of the sage jamad-agni by reukā , and sometimes bhārgava , as descended from bhgu ; 2. rāma-candra [see below] ; 3. bala-rāma [q.v.] , " the strong rāma " , also called halā*yudha and regarded as elder brother of kṛṣṇa [ RTL. 112] accord. to jainas a rāma is enumerated among the 9 white balas ; and in VP. a rāmas is mentioned among the 7 ṛṣis of the 8th manv-antara) RV. &c &c N. of a king of malla-pura Cat.
rāma [L=177273]
of a king of śṛṅga-vera and patron of nāge*śa ib.
rāma [L=177274]
of various authors and teachers (also with ācārya , </
(H1) mf
[L=177265]white (?)
[L=177266]pleasing , pleasant , charming , lovely , beautiful
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.