Bhairava - Frightful



also, “The Lord who has compassion for those of us who are terrified. The one who is there for us when we are terrified. The aspect of God who accepts our terror as an offering, and carries us onward.”
also, the name of a popular raga in Indian music, associated with 4 am to 8 am.
bhairava
bhairava [p= 767,1] [L=152990]
(ā and ī)n. (fr. bhīru) frightful , terrible , horrible , formidable (am ind.) MBh. R. &c

bhairava Cat.
bhairava [L=152992]
N. of a form of śiva (cf RTL. 85) Prab. Ra1jat. Pur. (in the latter 8 bhairava's are enumerated , viz. mahā- , sahāra- , asitā*ga- , ruru- kāla- , krodha- , tāmracūa- , or kapāla- , candracūa- or rudra-bh° ; sometimes other names are given e.g. vidyā-rāja , kāma-r° , nāga-r° , svacchanda-r° , lambita-r° , deva-r° , ugra-r° , vighna-r°)
bhairava [L=152993]
a man representing bhairava's W.
bhairava [L=152994]
a jackal L.
bhairava [L=152995]
a mountain L.
bhairava [L=152996]
(in music) N. of a rāga
bhairava [L=152997]
N. of a chief of śiva's host , Ka1lP.
bhairava [L=152998]
of a son of śiva by tārā-vatī (wife of candra-śekhara , king of karavīra-pura) ib.
bhairava [L=152999]
of a nāga MBh.
bhairava [L=153000]
of a yaka Cat.
bhairava [L=153001]
of a hunter Hit.
bhairava [L=153002]
of 2 kings and various teachers and authors (also with tripāhin , daivajña , tilaka , dīkita , ācārya , bhaṭṭa and miśra) ib.
bhairava [L=153003]
of a river L.
bhairava [L=153004]
N. of a partic. sect VP.
bhairava [L=153008]
terror or the property of exciting terror W.
bhairava
= bhairava-tantra below.
(H1) mf
[L=152991]relating to
(H1B) m.
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Bhairava as raga - a tone of music




Autobiography of a Yogi - Page 156
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Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda - 2008 - 520 pages - Preview
The foundation stones of Hindu music are ragas or fixed melodic scales. The six basic ragas branch out into 126 ... (4) Bhairava Raga is played in the mornings of August, September, October, to achieve tranquillity; (5) Sri Raga is ...
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My Music, My Life
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Ravi Shankar - 2008 - 179 pages - Snippet view
In our music, the transition from one tone to another is never made directly, as in most of Western music, ... These are some of the ragas belonging to the Bhairava and Purvi thats. Ragas with RI, GA and DHA shuddha (natural) are ...
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Romance of the raga - Page 88
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Vijaya Moorthy - 2001 - 129 pages - Preview
The Raga Bhairava, visualised as a form of Lord Siva, is virtually depicted in all known Ragamala albums. Raga Bhairava, the Lord of the Ragas, is believed to have emanated from the throat of Lord Shiva. Generally rendered prior to the ...
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Singing the praises divine: music in the Hindu tradition - Page 155
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Selina Thielemann - 2000 - 175 pages - Preview
Proper ragas for the morning period are Bilavala, Bhairava, Ahira Bhairava, Asavari, Ramakali and Bhairavi. During this period, the dhrupada 'aja aura kala aura' (verse of Caturabhuja Dasa) in raga Bilavala is sung. ...
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From Om to Orgasm: The Tantra Primer for Living in Bliss - Page 122
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Chandi Devi - 2008 - 352 pages - Preview
Shiva Bhairav Raga—xhis melody brings forth the tenderness of new day and devotion and longing for God. This raga can be listened to or chanted at any time to bring forth this feeling. ...
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1985 - Snippet view
The melody Ahir Bhairav is associated with sunrise, and one truly does get into the mood of the hour, starting with the very first flourishes of this raga. So great is the emotional impact of Shivkumar Sharma' s santoor recital that one ...
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  1. Bhairava Raga (Rajasthain I PI. 2 Kedara Ragini (Rajasthani) First page of text of Ragamala Paintings by Raja Ram S No Description Plate Bhairava ...
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  1. Bhairava Raga, Provincial Mughal, Lucknow, ca. 1770-80; Coomaraswamy, 1926, pt. 5, pi. XXXI. (C) Dhanasri Ragini, Provincial Mughal, Lucknow, ca. 1760; Gascoigne, p. 207. This miniature is an example of a style commonly used in ...
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  1. ... Its striking Bhairava raga portrays Shiva seated cross-legged on a set of lotus petals with serpents wrapped around ...
    Raga-malas Shiva as Raga-Ragini Common to all raga-mala systems are the six male ragas: Bhairava, Malkos, Hindol,
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  1. Bhairava Raga. Inscribed on the upper border in takri characters: raga bhero nilvarana 'Raga Bhairava, ... Inscribed on the upper border in rakri characters: vangala raga bhero da putra 'Vangala Raga, son of Bhairava': and on the ...
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  1. The rāgas of Somanātha: History and analysis - Page 18
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  1. raga bhairav, which has lend its name to one of the ten modern Hindustani basic scales, the bhairav $hat5 ... In the Appendix to Venkatamakhin's Caturdandiprakasika1 2 the raga bhairava is listed under mela no . ...
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  1. Ragas and Raginis, such as Raga Kanhra, Raga Malava (son of Sri Rama), Raga Pancham (son of Bhairava), Raga Lahul (son of Hindola), ...
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  1. Bhairava Ragas are mentioned in the list of six Ragas, the Raginis are not found as the original manuscript is damaged and probably could not be deciphered by the copyist. Because, in the available manuscript also the ...
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  1. BHAIRAVA Raga Ananda Bhairava is derived from two thatas, namely, Bhairava and Vilawal Thata. It is a raga of Sampurna Jati in which in both ascending and descending orders seven notes are used. In its first part, that is , ...
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  1. raga bhairava and ragirn bhairavT. representing forms of Siva and Parvatf. The SD explains the origin of the ...
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  1. Raga Bhairava ca. 1750-75 28x18 cm. 10. 56.36/46 Ragini Kedari ca. 1750 -75 28x18 cm. 11. 56.36/47 Ragini Gaur Mallar ca. 1750-75 28.2x18 cm. 12. 56.36/ 48 Ragini Gunakali ca. 1750-75 28x18 cm. 13. 56.36/49 Raga Malkounsa
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Terror-related Words in Sanskrit:



1 apatras (terror) 2 apatrasta (terror) 3 ama (terror) 4 amīvā (terror) 5 avapātana (terror) 6 uttrāsa (terror) 7 (terror) 8 trāsa (terror) 9 parikampa (terror) 10 paritrāsa (terror) 11 pratras (terror) 12 protha (terror) 13 bhaj (terror) 14 bhaya (terror) 15 bhayaḍiṇḍima (terror) 16 bhayasaṃhṛṣṭaroman (terror) 17 bhayasaṃtrastamānasa (terror) 18 bhayānaka (terror) 19 bhairava (terror) 20 bhairavakāraka (terror) 21 bhairaveśa (terror) 22 rasa (terror) 23 romaharṣaṇa (terror) 24 romaharṣita (terror) 25 romāñcita (terror) 26 lomaharṣaṇa (terror) 27 lomāñca (terror) 28 vigatasaṃtrāsa (terror) 29 vitrāsa (terror) 30 vibhīṣikā (terror) 31 vibhīṣaṇa (terror) 32 śaṅku (terror) 33 satrāsam (terror) 34 saṃtrastagocara (terror) 35 saṃtrāsa (terror) 36 samudvega (terror) 37 sādhvasa (terror) 38 sāśaṅkatā (terror) 39 subhayānaka (terror) 40 jagadbhaya (terror)



 apatras
apa- √ tras [p= 49,1] [L=9203]
impf. 3. pl. -atrasan) to flee from in terror RV. x , 95 , 8 MBh.
(H1) (
 apatrasta
apa-trasta [L=9204]
(ifc. or with abl.) afraid of , fleeing or retiring from in terror Pa1n2. 2-1 , 38.
(H2) mfn.
 ama
áma 1 [p= 80,1] [L=13749]
impetuosity , violence , strength , power RV. VS. AV.

RV.

L.
áma 2 [L=13768]
(pron. ; cf. amu) this AV. xiv , 2 , 71 (quoted in S3Br. xiv and A1s3vGr2. ) ([The word is also explained by prā*a , " soul " cf. Comm. on ChUp. v , 2 , 6.])
(H2) m.
[L=13750]depriving of sensation , fright , terror
[L=13751]disease
(H1) mfn.
 amīvā
ámīvā [p= 82,1] [L=14142]
distress , terror , fright RV. AV. VS.
ámīvā [L=14143]
tormenting spirit , demon RV. AV.
ámīvā [L=14144]
affliction , disease RV.
(H1B) f.
(H1B) f.
(H1B) f.
 avapātana
ava-pātana [p= 101,1] [L=17658]
felling , knocking or throwing down Mn. xi , 64 Ya1jn5. ii , 223 BhP.

Sa1h.
(H2) n.
[L=17659](in dramatical language) a scene during which a person enters the stage in terror but leaves it at the end in good humour
 uttrāsa
ut-trāsa [p= 179,3] [L=31474]
fear , terror L.
(H2) m.
 
 1 [p= 227,2] [L=39134]
and resembling the sound of ri in marine , but after labials more like ru ; it generally only appears in some forms of nouns in , viz. in the gen. pl. of all genders , in the acc. pl. m. and f. and in nom. acc. and voc. pl. n.)
 2 [L=39136]
an interjection of terror L.


L.

L.
 3 [L=39137]
a bhairava L.

dānava L.
 3 [L=39139]
the mother of the gods
 3 [L=39140]
of the demons L.
 3 [L=39141]
recollection
 3 [L=39142]
going , motion L.
 3 [L=39143]
a breast L.
 4 [L=39144]
q.v.
(H1) the eighth vowel of the alphabet (the corresponding long vowel to
(H1) ind.
[L=39136.1]a particle implying reproach
[L=39136.2]warding off
[L=39136.3]a particle used at the beginning of a sentence
(H1) m.
[L=39138]a
(H1B) f.
(H1B) f.
(H1B) f.
(H1B) f.
(H1B) n.
(H1) for 4.
 trāsa
trāsa [p= 457,3] [L=87559]
fear , terror , anxiety MBh. &c

L.
trāsa [p= 1328,2] [L=333120]
 2. tras").
(H1) m.
[L=87560]a flaw in a jewel
(H2) (add "fr. √
 parikampa
pari-kampa [p= 591,2] [L=117015]
tremor , great fear or terror L.
(H3) m.
 paritrāsa
pari-trāsa [p= 595,2] [L=117698]
(ifc. f(ā).) terror , fright , fear MBh. Ka1v.
(H3) m.
 pratras
pra- √ tras [p= 678,2] [L=134456]
-trasati , to flee in terror AV. S3Br. : Caus. -trāsayati , to frighten or scare away AV.
(H1) P.
 protha
protha [p= 711,3] [L=140859]
(g. ardharcā*di) the nostrils of a horse MBh. Var. (cf. pthu-p°)

MBh.
protha [L=140861]
the loins or hip (of a man) Bhpr.
protha [L=140862]
the womb L.
protha [L=140863]
a cave L.
protha [L=140864]
a petticoat L.
protha [L=140865]
terror , fright L.
protha [L=140866]
a traveller(?) L.
protha [L=140867]
notorious , famous (?) W.
protha [L=140868]
placed , fixed (?) ib.
protha [p= 713,3] [L=141244]
» under √pruth.
(H2) mn.
[L=140860]the snout of a hog
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) mfn.
(H2B) mfn.
(H2) &c
 bhaj
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 33.29
Whitney Roots links: Baj
bhaj [p= 743,1] [L=147598]
( Dha1tup. xxxiii , 29) bhájati , °te (2. sg. as Impv. bhaki RV. ; pf. P. babhā́ja A1. bhejé RV. &c ; 2. sg. babhaktha S3Br. ; bhejitha Pa1n2. 6-4 , 122 ; aor. P. 2. 3. sg. abhāk RV. Br. ; abhākīt,°kus BhP. ; Subj. bhakat RV. ; A1. ábhaki , °kta RV. &c ; Prec. A1. bhakīyá RV. ; 3. sg. °kīṣṭa Br. ; °kīta SV. ; fut. bhakyati , °te Br. &c ; bhajiyati,°te MBh. &c ; bhaktā Gr. ; inf. bhaktum Br. &c ; bhajitum MBh. ; ind.p. bhaktvā AV. &c , °tvāya RV. ; -bhajya and -bhā́jam Br. ) , to divide , distribute , allot or apportion to (dat. or gen.) , share with (instr.) RV. &c  ; 
(
A1.) to grant , bestow , furnish , supply ib.  ; 
A1. (rarely P.) to obtain as one's share , receive as (two acc.) , partake of , enjoy (also carnally) , possess , have (acc. , Ved. also gen.) ib.  ; 
(
A1. , rarely P.) to turn or resort to , engage in , assume (as a form) , put on (garments) , experience , incur , undergo , feel , go or fall into (with acc. , esp. of abstract noun e.g. bhītim , to feel terror ; nidrām , to fall asleep ; maunam , to become silent) MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to pursue , practise , cultivate
Mn. R. Sus3r.  ; 
to fall to the lot or share of (
acc.) MBh. R. &c  ; 
to declare for , prefer , choose (
e.g. as a servant) MBh.  ; 
to serve , honour , revere , love , adore
MBh. Ka1v. &c : Caus. bhājáyate , °te (aor. abībhaju S3Br. , ababhājat Gr.) , to divide Su1ryas.  ; 
to deal out , distribute
Gaut.  ; 
to cause any one (
acc.) to partake of or enjoy (acc. or gen.) RV. S3Br.  ; 
to put to flight , pursue , chase , drive into (
acc.) Bhat2t2.  ; 
to cook , dress (food)
Vop. : Desid. bibhakati , °te MBh. (cf.bhik): Intens. bābhajyate , bābhakti , Gr2. ?? [cf. Gk. φαγεν , φαγός , φηγός ; Lat. fa1gus ; Goth. Old S. bo1k ; Germ. Buch , Buchstabe ; Eng. buck- , beech.]
(H1) cl.1 P. A1.
 bhaya
bhayá [p= 747,1] [L=148577]
( √ bhī) fear , alarm dread apprehension

abl. gen. or comp.) or for (comp.) RV. &c (°yāt ind. " from fear " ; bhaya-k with abl. " to have fear of " ; bhaya- , " to cause fear , terrify ")

and pl. terror , dismay , danger , peril , distress

abl. or comp.) or to , (comp.) ib.

Trapa Bispinosa L.
bhayá [L=148582]
sickness , disease L.
bhayá [L=148583]
Fear personified (as a vasu , a son of nir-ti or ni-kti , a prince of the yavanas and husband of the daughter of Time) Pur. (also n. ; and f(ā). as a daughter of kāla or vaivasvata , and wife of the rākasa heti) .
(H1) n.
[L=148578]fear of (
[L=148579]sg.
[L=148580]danger from (
[L=148581]the blossom of
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
 bhayaiṇḍima
bhayá--iṇḍima [L=148598]
" terror-drum " , a drum used in battle L.
(H3) m.
 bhayasahṛṣṭaroman
bhayá--sahṛṣṭaroman [L=148627]
having the hair erect with terror , horrified Bhat2t2.
(H3) mfn.
 bhayasatrastamānasa
bhayá--satrasta-mānasa [L=148628]
having the mind scared with terror Pan5cat.
(H3) mfn.
 bhayānaka
bhayānaka [p= 747,2] [L=148654]
(ā)n. (prob. fr. bhayāna for bhayamāna) fearful , terrible , dreadful , formidable MBh. Ka1v. &c
bhayānaka [L=148655]
terror (?) W.
bhayānaka [L=148656]
the sentiment of , terror (as one of the 9 rasas in poetical or dramatic composition) Sa1h. Prata1p. &c
bhayānaka [L=148657]
a tiger L.
bhayānaka [L=148658]
rāhu or the ascending node personified L.
(H2) mf
(H2B) n.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 bhairava
bhairava [p= 767,1] [L=152990]
(ā and ī)n. (fr. bhīru) frightful , terrible , horrible , formidable (am ind.) MBh. R. &c

bhairava Cat.
bhairava [L=152992]
N. of a form of śiva (cf RTL. 85) Prab. Ra1jat. Pur. (in the latter 8 bhairava's are enumerated , viz. mahā- , sahāra- , asitā*ga- , ruru- kāla- , krodha- , tāmracūa- , or kapāla- , candracūa- or rudra-bh° ; sometimes other names are given e.g. vidyā-rāja , kāma-r° , nāga-r° , svacchanda-r° , lambita-r° , deva-r° , ugra-r° , vighna-r°)
bhairava [L=152993]
a man representing bhairava's W.
bhairava [L=152994]
a jackal L.
bhairava [L=152995]
a mountain L.
bhairava [L=152996]
(in music) N. of a rāga
bhairava [L=152997]
N. of a chief of śiva's host , Ka1lP.
bhairava [L=152998]
of a son of śiva by tārā-vatī (wife of candra-śekhara , king of karavīra-pura) ib.
bhairava [L=152999]
of a nāga MBh.
bhairava [L=153000]
of a yaka Cat.
bhairava [L=153001]
of a hunter Hit.
bhairava [L=153002]
of 2 kings and various teachers and authors (also with tripāhin , daivajña , tilaka , dīkita , ācārya , bhaṭṭa and miśra) ib.
bhairava [L=153003]
of a river L.
bhairava [L=153004]
N. of a partic. sect VP.
bhairava [L=153008]
terror or the property of exciting terror W.
bhairava [L=153009]
= bhairava-tantra below.
(H1) mf
[L=152991]relating to
(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) n.
(H1B) n.
 bhairavakāraka
bhairava--kāraka [L=153010]
causing terror , formidable W.
(H3) mfn.
 bhairaveśa
bhairave* śa [L=153041]
" lord of terror " , N. of viṣṇu (properly of śiva ; cf. bhairava-tarjaka).
(H3) m.
 rasa
rása [p= 869,2] [L=175486]
(ifc. f(ā).) the sap or juice of plants , Juice of fruit , any liquid or fluid , the best or finest or prime part of anything , essence , marrow RV. &c

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Sus3r.

R. BhP.

L.

scil. gavām) milk MBh.
869,3] [L=175492]
scil. viasya) poison Das3. Ra1jat.

L.

L.

esp.) the primary juice called chyle (formed from the food and changed by the bile into blood) ib.

śiva) Sarvad.

RV. i , 105 , 2

L.

Cat.

cf. upa- , mahā-r°)

L.

Spinosa L.

L.

L.

L.

amta L.

madhura , sweet ; amla , sour ; lavaa , salt ; kauka , pungent ; tikta , bitter ; and kaāya , astringent ; sometimes 63 varieties are distinguished , viz. beside the 6 original ones , 15 mixtures of 2 , 20 of 3 , 15 of 4 , 6 of 5 , and 1 of 6 flavours) S3Br. &c

of the number " six " VarBr2S. S3rutab.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

BhP.

loc. with or scil. upari , or comp.) , love , affection , desire MBh. Ka1v. &c

ib.

rhet.) the taste or character of a work , the feeling or sentiment prevailing in it (from 8 to 10 rasas are generally enumerated , viz. śṛṅgāra , love ; vīra , heroism ; bībhatsa , disgust ; raudra , anger or fury ; hāsya , mirth ; bhayānaka , terror ; karua , pity ; adbhuta , wonder ; śānta , tranquillity or contentment ; vātsalya , paternal fondness ; the last or last two are sometimes omitted ; cf. under bhāva) Bhar. Das3ar. Ka1vya7d. &c

Uttarar. Ra1jat.

vaiṣṇavas) disposition of the heart or mind , religious sentiment (there are 5 rasas or ratis forming the 5 degrees of bhakti q.v. , viz. śānti , dāsya , sākhya , vātsalya , and mādhurya) W.

Pin3g.

of the sacred syllable , " Om , " S3a1n3khGr2.

niāda and a śanakī L.
(H2) m.
[L=175487]water , liquor , drink
[L=175488]juice of the sugar-cane , syrup
[L=175489]any mixture , draught , elixir , potion
[L=175490]melted butter
[L=175491](with or
[p= (with or
[L=175493]nectar
[L=175494]soup , broth
[L=175495]a constituent fluid or essential juice of the body , serum , (
[L=175496]mercury , quicksilver (sometimes regarded as a kind of quintessence of the human body , else where as the seminal fluid of
[L=175497]semen virile
[L=175498]myrrh
[L=175499]any mineral or metallic salt
[L=175500]a metal or mineral in a state of fusion (
[L=175501]gold
[L=175502]Vanguieria
[L=175503]a species of amaranth
[L=175504]green onion
[L=175505]resin
[L=175506]=
[L=175507]taste , flavour (as the principal quality of fluids , of which there are 6 original kinds , viz.
[L=175508]N.
[L=175509]any object of taste , condiment , sauce , spice , seasoning
[L=175510]the tongue (as the organ of taste)
[L=175511]taste or inclination or fondness for (
[L=175512]charm pleasure , delight
[L=175513](in
[L=175514]the prevailing sentiment in human character
[L=175515](with
[L=175516]a kind of metre
[L=175517]N.
[L=175518]the son of a
 romaharaa
roma--haraa [p= 889,3] [L=179938]
causing the hairs to bristle or stand erect (through excessive joy or terror) MBh. R. &c
roma--haraa [L=179939]
Terminalia Bellerica (the nuts of which are used as dice) L.
roma--haraa [L=179940]
N. of sūta (the pupil of vyāsa and supposed narrator of the purāas) Pur.
roma--haraa [L=179941]
of the father of sūta BhP.
roma--haraa [L=179942]
= -hara above L.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
 romaharita
roma--harita [L=179945]
having the hairs of the body bristling or erect (through excessive joy or terror) PadmaP.
(H3) mfn.
 romāñcita
romā* ñcita [L=179956]
having the hair of the body erect or thrilling with joy or terror (ūrdhva-r° id.) Hariv. Ka1v. &c
(H3) mfn.
 lomaharaa
loma--haraa [p= 908,1] [L=183675]
(ā)n. causing the hair to bristle , exciting a thrill of joy or terror , thrilling MBh. Hariv. R. Uttarar.
loma--haraa [L=183676]
N. of sūta (the pupil of vyāsa) MBh. VP.
loma--haraa [L=183677]
of the father of sūta Cat.
loma--haraa [L=183678]
the bristling of the hair , horripilation , thrill or shudder L.
(H3) mf
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
 lomāñca
lomā* ñca [L=183684]
= romā*ña , curling or erection of the hair , a thrill of rapture or terror , shudder &c W.
(H3) m.
 vigatasatrāsa
vi-gata---satrāsa 2 [p= 957,1] [L=194464]
free from terror , intrepid MBh.
(H3) mfn.
 vitrāsa
vi-° trāsa [p= 963,2] [L=195608]
fear , terror , alarm Katha1s. Sus3r.
vi-° trāsa [L=195609]
= next Hariv.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
 vibhīikā
vi-bhīikā [p= 978,2] [L=198370]
the act of terrifying , means of terrifying , terror MBh. Ka1v. &c
vi-° bhīikā [L=198384]
» under vi-bhīaka above.
(H2B) f.
(H3) f.
 vibhīaa
vi-bhī́aa [L=198372]
(ā)n. terrifying , fearful , horrible RV. &c

MW.
vi-bhī́aa [L=198374]
miscarriage , abortion MBh.
vi-bhī́aa [L=198375]
Amphidonax Karka L.
vi-bhī́aa [L=198376]
N. of a brother of rāvaa (his other brothers were kubera [by a different mother] and kumbha-kara ; both rāvaa and vibhīaa are said to have propitiated brahmā by their penances , so that the god granted them both boons , and the boon chosen by vibhīaa was that he should never , even in the greatest calamity , stoop to any mean action ; hence he is represented in the rāmāyaa as endeavouring to counteract the malice of his brother rāvaa , in consequence of which he was so ill-treated by him that , leaving la , he joined rāma , by whom , after the death of rāvaa , vibhīaa was placed on the throne of la) MBh. Hariv. R. &c
vi-bhī́aa [L=198377]
of two kings of kaśmīra (the sons of go-narda and rāvaa) Ra1jat. i , 192 &c (in later times vibhīaa appears to have been used as a general N. of the kings of la)
vi-bhī́aa [L=198378]
N. of an author Cat.
vi-bhī́aa [L=198380]
the act or a means of terrifying , terror , intimidation MBh.
vi-bhī́aa [L=198381]
N. of the 11th muhūrta Cat.
(H2) mf
[L=198373]bullying or blustering (as language)
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 śaku
śaku 1 [p= 1047,1] [L=211463]
(for 2. » col.2) fear , terror W.
śa 2 [p= 1047,2] [L=211471]
(of doubtful derivation) a peg , nail , spike RV. &c

Hariv.

MBh.

fig. applied to the " sting " of sorrow , pain &c ; cf. śankā- , śoka-ś &c ) Hariv. Ka1v. Ra1jat.

partic. weapon or any weapon L.

Col.

Sus3r.

ChUp.

L.

astron.) the sine of altitude , S3u1ryas.

partic. high number , ten billions (compared to an innumerable collection of ants) MBh. R.

Govardh. ?? ( L. also the penis ; poison ; Unguis Odoratus ; a partic. tree or the trunk of a lopped tree ; a partic. fish [accord. to some " the skate fish "] or aquatic animal ; a goose ; a measuring rod ; a rākasa ; N. of śiva ; of a gandharva attendant on śiva ; of kāma ; of a nāga ; = aśa)

of a man g. gargā*di

dānava Hariv.

vṛṣṇi (son of ugra-sena) MBh. Hariv. Pur.

kṛṣṇa Hariv.

= śakuka q.v.) Cat.

Buddh.
śa 2 [L=211489]
N. of a sāman A1rshBr.
(H2) m.
(H1) m.
[L=211472]a stick
[L=211473]a stake , post , pillar
[L=211474]an arrow , spear , dart (
[L=211475]a
[L=211476]the pin or gnomon of a dial (usually twelve fingers long)
[L=211477]a kind of forceps (used for the extraction of a dead fetus)
[L=211478]the fibre or vein of a leaf.
[L=211479]the measure of twelve fingers
[L=211480](in
[L=211481]a
[L=211482]the clapper of a bell ,
[L=211483]N.
[L=211484]of a
[L=211485]of a
[L=211486]of a son of
[L=211487]of a poet (
[L=211488]of a. Brahman
(H1B) n.
 satrāsam
sa--trāsam [p= 1138,1] [L=230428]
with terror or fear , in a fright Katha1s. Hit.
(H4) ind.
 satrastagocara
sa-trasta---gocara [p= 1142,3] [L=231366]
one who is looked at with terror Car.
(H3) mfn.
 satrāsa
sa-trāsa [L=231367]
great trembling , terror , fear of (abl. , -tas , or comp.) MBh. R. &c
(H2) mfn.
 samudvega
sam-° udvega [p= 1168,3] [L=235542]
great agitation or perturbation , terror , alarm , fear MBh.
(H3) m.
 sādhvasa
sādhvasa [p= 1202,3] [L=241877]
(ifc. f(ā). ; fr. sa dhvasa = dhvasa) consternation , perturbation , alarm , terror , fear of (gen. or comp. ; °sa-gam , " to become terrified ") MBh. Ka1v. &c

dram.) false alarm , sudden fright , panic (one of the 7 divisions of the bhaikā q.v.) Sa1h.
(H1) n.
[L=241878](in
 sāśakatā
* śaka--tā [p= 1211,3] [L=243518]
the state of being afraid or apprehensive , fear , terror MW.
(H3) f.
 subhayānaka
su--bhayānaka [p= 1229,3] [L=248033]
causing great terror , very alarming , terrible ib.
(H3) mfn.
 jagadbhaya
jagad--bhaya [p= 1327,2] [L=331510.4]
terror of the universe, BhP.
(H3) n.