Bhava – Being, temperament, love, seat of feelings, sport


Here is a particularly rich group of words related to – bhava:
  • Becoming, being, existing
  • Turning or transition into
  • State, condition
  • True condition, reality
  • Manner of being, nature, temperament, character
  • Manner of acting
  • Any state of mind or body, way of thinking or feeling, sentiment, opinion, intention
  • Passion, emotion
  • Love, affection, attachment
  • The seat of the feelings or affections, heart, soul, mind
  • The state or condition of a planet
  • Wanton sport, dalliance (see wanton at dictionary.com)

sthūlarūpasya bhāvasya stabdhāṃ dṛṣṭiṃ nipātya ca |
acireṇa nirādhāraṃ manaḥ kṛtvā śivaṃ vrajet || 80 ||



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prepsu, mfn. desirous of obtaining a beloved . object, lamenting the loss or absence of any bc o°, grieving for an 0° of affection, W. -bhava, m. feeling of love, A. -bhashana, n. speaking kindly, kind or friendly speech, Hit. ...
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bhāva
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.

ib.

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

VarBr2S.

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.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

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=150186](in
[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=150192](in
[L=150193](in
[L=150194]an astrological house or lunar mansion
[L=150195]N.
[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=150198]N.
[L=150199]wanton sport , dalliance
[L=150200]birth
[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

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The sattvika bhava is devotion (bhafeti), and that is the best path to follow The tamasika bhava can give one the ... Only bhakti justifies Tantra I have practiced both Vedic and Tantric sadhana. But I do not call myself a tan- tnka — I ...
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Hence only a Sadhaka pure in Bhava becomes a true Kaulika." In the Kaulavali Tantra it is said: " I shall explain the true form of Bhava as it has been told in Tantra. Bhava is of three kinds — namely, Divya, Vira, and Pashu. ...
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In the case of vira-bhava, rajas more largely works on sattva, yet also largely (though in lessening degrees, ... The Nitya Tantra says that of the bhava the divya is the best, the vira the next best, and the pashu the lowest; ...
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Recite with great faith and energy the mantra: Om Vajrasattva, samayam anupalaya , Vajrasattva, tvenopatisntha, drdho me bhava, sutosnyo me bhava, suposnyo me bhava, anurakto me bhava, sarva-siddhim me prayachchha, sarva-karmasu cha me ...
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The highest of the three gunas84 sattva is inevitably associated with divya bhava (the highest or most spiritual state of mind or ... Woodroife 's writing on Tantra skirts around its sexuality, even to the extent of appearing naive. ...
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Some other Sanskrit words for ''world'' are bhava, jagat, vishva, and loka. 2. See Robert E. Svoboda, ... In the Tantra-Ra ̄ja-Tantra (28.7), the size of bhu ̄ -loka is given as being only five thousand yojanas. 7. ...
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In this Kali Age there is no Pashu-bhava: Divya-bhava is difficult of attainment , but the practices relating to Vira- sadhana yield visible fruit. In this Kali Age, O Devi! success is achieved by Kaulika worship alone, and therefore ...
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I Padmasambhava and the Energy of Tantra é IN THIS SEMINAR, we will be studying Tibet's great Buddhist saint Padmasambhava. ... we will be trying to discuss the fundamental meaning of Padmasam- bhava-ism, if you wish to call it that—the ...
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Chögyam Trungpa

Kālī's child: the mystical and the erotic in the life and ... - Page 130
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scious Tantrika, profoundly uncomfortable in his Tantric world. This is why his unconscious visions are filled with ... 3 Ramakrishna referred to this identity as "the state of the Hero" (vtra-bhava). Since Ramakrishna often defined the ...
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It generally follows an 'emotional attitude' or Bhava to the Divine as father, mother, love, friend or master, using a particular form. Deity Yoga is a 'Yoga of inner relationship', with the Deity becoming the prime focus of one's ...
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A TAnTric APProAch To enlighTenmenT: lAdy yeshe TsogyAl As its own practice, Tantra was originally developed in India ... The method released the “wind” or subtle energies via a process of Tantric union with Guru Padmasam- bhava, ...
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bhava
bhavá [p= 748,3] [L=148983]
( √ bhū) coming into existence , birth , production , origin (= bhāva Vop. ; ifc. , with f(ā). = arising or produced from , being in , relating to) Ya1jn5. MBh. Ka1v. &c

comp.) Ka1t2h.

= sat-tā L. ) S3a1rn3gP. (cf. bhavā*ntara)
749,1] [L=148986]
= sasāra L. ) Ka1v. Pur.

Dharmas. 42 ( MWB. 102)

= śreyas L. ) MBh. Ka1v. &c

= āpti , prā*pti) L.

W.

of agni S3Br.

rudra and frequently connected with śarva (later N. of śiva or a form of śiva ; or N. of a rudra , and as such of the number 11 or of the 11th lunar mansion Gol. Var. Sch. ; du. bhavau = bhava i.e. śiva and his wife bhavānī BhP. ; cf. Va1m. v , 2 , 1) AV. &c

kalpa Cat.

sādhya VP.

MBh.

pratihart VP.

viloman ib.

Buddh.

Cat.
bhavá [L=149000]
the fruit of Dillenia Speciosa L.
bhavá [L=149001]
= bhavya , bhaviya , bhāvana L.
bhava [p= 760,2] [L=151457]
» p.748 &c
(H1) m.
[L=148984]becoming , turning into (
[L=148985]being , state of being , existence , life (
[p= worldly existence , the world (
[L=148987](with Buddhists) continuity of becoming (a link in the twelvefold chain of causation)
[L=148988]well-being , prosperity , welfare , excellence (
[L=148989]obtaining , acquisition (
[L=148990]a god , deity.
[L=148991]N.
[L=148992]of a deity attending on
[L=148993]of the 1st and 4th
[L=148994]of a
[L=148995]of a king
[L=148996]of a son of
[L=148997]of
[L=148998]of a rich man
[L=148999]of an author
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H2) &c






bhāvya
bhāvyá [L=150460]
(fr. √ bhū or its Caus.) future , about to be or what ought to be or become RV. &c &c (in later language often used as fut. tense of √ bhū ; cf. bhāvin)

Kum. BhP.

Katha1s.

Asht2a1vS. (cf. dur-bh°)

Va1m.

Ya1jn5. Ka1v.

Mn. viii , 60
bhāvyá [L=150467]
N. of a man (= bhāvayavya Nir. ) RV. i , 126 , 1 (others " to be worshipped " , others " future ")
bhāvyá [L=150468]
of a king (= bhāvya-ratha or bhānu-ratha) VP.
bhāvyá [L=150469]
(impers.) it is to be by (instr , ) Mn. v , 150
bhāvyá [L=150470]
it should be understood Mr2icch. Sch.
(H2) mfn.
[L=150461]to be effected or accomplished or performed
[L=150462]to be apprehended or perceived
[L=150463]to be (or being) imagined or conceived
[L=150464]easy to guess or understand
[L=150465]to be (or being) argued or demonstrated or admitted or approved
[L=150466]to be convicted
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.



anubhāva
anu-bhāva [p= 36,3] [L=6923]
sign or indication of a feeling (bhāva) by look or gesture Kpr. &c


(H2) m.
[L=6924]dignity , authority , consequence
[L=6925]firm opinion , ascertainment , good resolution , belief.
 anubhāvana
anu-bhāvana [L=6928]
the act of indicating feelings by sign or gesture Sa1h.
(H2) n.




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 ajuṣṭi
á-juṣṭi [p= 10,3] [L=2194]
non-enjoyment , feeling of disappointment RV.
(H2) f.
 anubhāva
anu-bhāva [p= 36,3] [L=6923]
sign or indication of a feeling (bhāva) by look or gesture Kpr. &c


(H2) m.
[L=6924]dignity , authority , consequence
[L=6925]firm opinion , ascertainment , good resolution , belief.
 anubhāvin
anu-bhāvin [L=6929]
perceiving , knowing

Mn. viii , 69 A1p.

(H2) mfn.
[L=6930]being an eye-witness
[L=6931]showing signs of feeling.
 anumoda
anu-moda [p= 37,1] [L=6997]
a subsequent pleasure , the feeling of pleasure from sympathy.
(H2) m.
 anurasa
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 ,
 antakaraa
antá--karaa [p= 43,1] [L=7982]
the internal organ , the seat of thought and feeling , the mind , the thinking faculty , the heart , the conscience , the soul.
(H3) n.
 avadhūta
ava-dhūta [p= 100,1] [L=17482]
shaken off (as evil spirits) VS. i , 14

BhP. &c

MBh. &c

Das3. &c

R. vi , 82 , 62

MBh. &c

cf. avakuta) Mn. v , 125 MBh. xiii , 1577

BhP.

brahma-vid) BhP. Ra1jat.
ava-dhūta [L=17491]
N. of a śaiva philosopher
ava-dhūta [L=17492]
rejecting , repudiating MBh. iv , 352 (= Hariv. 4717) .
(H2) mfn.
[L=17483]removed , shaken away
[L=17484]discarded , expelled , excluded
[L=17485]disregarded , neglected , rejected
[L=17486]touched
[L=17487]shaken , agitated (especially as plants or the dust by the wind) , fanned
[L=17488]that upon which anything unclean has been shaken out or off (
[L=17489]unclean
[L=17490]one who has shaken , off from himself worldly feeling and obligation , a philosopher (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
 aśoka
a-śoka 1 [p= 113,3] [L=19657]
(ā)n. ( √1. śuc) , not causing sorrow N. ; Lalit.

Nalo7d.
a-śoka 1 [L=19659]
the tree Jonesia Asoka Roxb. (a tree of moderate size belonging to the leguminous class with magnificent red flowers) MBh. &c
a-śoka 1 [L=19660]
N. of a minister of king daśaratha R. i , 7 , 3
a-śoka 1 [L=19661]
of a well-known king (in aliputra) MBh. Buddh. &c
a-śoka 1 [L=19663]
a female name , (g. śubhrā*di q.v.)
a-śoka 1 [L=19664]
N. of one of the female deities of the jainas L.
a-śoka 1 [L=19665]
the blossom of the aśoka plant Vikr. , (cf. Pa1n2. 4-3 , 166 Siddh. )
a-śoka 1 [L=19666]
quicksilver L.
á-śoka 2 [p= 114,1] [L=19692]
( √3. śuc) , without heat S3Br. xiv.
a-śoka [p= 1317,3] [L=316310]
comp.)
(H1) mf
[L=19658]not feeling sorrow
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1) mfn.
(H2) (in
 asajvara
a-sajvara [p= 118,2] [L=20528]
feeling no (beat of) anger or grief. Mn. iv , 185.
(H1) mfn.
 asvastha
a-sva--stha [p= 123,3] [L=21580]
(ā)n. not in good health , sick , feeling uneasy Mn. vii , 226 MBh. &c

MBh. xii , 276 ( Hit. )
a-svastha [p= 124,1] [L=21616]
a-sva.
(H3) mf
[L=21581]not being firm in itself.
(H1) »
 ārdra
ārdrá [p= 152,1] [L=26469]
(ā)n. ( √ard Un2. ii , 18) wet , moist , damp RV. TS. S3Br. MBh. Mn. Sus3r. Megh. &c

AV. S3Br. R. Sus3r. MBh. &c

Katha1s.


Katha1s. Megh. Pan5cat. &c
ārdrá [L=26474]
N. of a grandson of pthu Hariv. VP.
ārdrá [L=26476]
fresh ginger Vishn2us.
ārdrá [L=26477]
dampness , moisture Hariv.
ārdra [p= 1320,1] [L=320030]
comp.)
(H1) mf
[L=26470]fresh , not dry , succulent , green (as a plant) , living
[L=26471]fresh , new
[L=26472]soft , tender , full of feeling , warm
[L=26473]loose , flaccid
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H2) (in
 āviṣṭa
ā-viṣṭa [p= 155,3] [L=27115]
entered BhP. Katha1s. &c

BhP. R.

L.

&c )



MBh. AitBr. Hariv. Katha1s. Pan5cat. &c
(H2) mfn.
[L=27116]being on or in
[L=27117]intent on
[L=27118]possessed (by a demon
[L=27119]subject to , burdened with
[L=27120]possessed , engrossed
[L=27121]filled (by any sentiment or feeling)
 uddīpana
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.
 upagatavat
upa-gata--vat [p= 196,2] [L=34317]
one who has gone to or approached


e.g. sorrow)

W.
(H3) mfn.
[L=34318]possessing
[L=34319]feeling , suffering (
[L=34320]one who has undertaken or promised
 upagama
upa-gama [L=34324]
approach , coming to , approximation R. Megh. Ragh. Sarvad. &c
196,3] [L=34325]
S3ak. 14 c

BhP.

Comm. on Das3ar.


L.

L.

L.

Buddh. )
(H2) m.
[p= entering (into any state or condition) , obtaining , acquiring , having
[L=34326]approaching respectfully , veneration
[L=34327]coming near to , perceiving
[L=34328]acquaintance , society
[L=34329]intercourse (as of the sexes)
[L=34330]undergoing , suffering , feeling
[L=34331]agreement , promise
[L=34332]a particular number (
 uparasa
upa-rasa [p= 205,1] [L=35514]
a secondary mineral (as red chalk , bitumen &c ) Bhpr.

L.

L.
(H1) m.
[L=35515]a secondary feeling or passion
[L=35516]a secondary flavour
 upari
upári [L=35521]
(as a separable adverb) above , upon , on , upwards , towards the upper side of (opposed to adhas and , nīcā e.g. upari- , to go upwards ; sometimes written with a following word as if compounded with it » below)

sahasra śatāny upari cā*ṣṭau , 1000 and 800 in addition)

e.g. upari paya pibet , he should drink milk afterwards)

, higher and higher

RV. &c (As a separable preposition , with acc. loc. , or gen.) over , above , upon , on , at the head of , on the upper side of , beyond (e.g. upari śaila-gam , to go over the mountain ; upari lakāyā samprāpta sa , he arrived over la ; upary upari sarveām atiṣṭhat , he stood at the very head of all ; ātmāna tasya upari kiptvā , having thrown himself upon him)

gen. e.g. mamo*pari vikārita , changed in feeling with regard to me ; putrasyo*pari kruddha , enraged towards his son)

abl. e.g. muhūrtād upari , after a minute ; » also tad-upari &c ) RV. &c ; ([cf. Zend upairi ; Goth. ufar ; Old Germ. obar ; Mod. Germ. ber ; Eng. over ; Gk. πέρ ; Lat. super.])
upari [L=35522]
(H1) ind.
[L=35521.1]besides , in addition to , further (
[L=35521.2]afterwards (
[L=35521.3]upary upari
[L=35521.4]repeatedly , continuously
[L=35521.5]in connection with , with reference to , with regard to , towards (with
[L=35521.6]after (with
(H2) may stand first in a compound , as in the following examples:
 kakāvekaka
kakā* ve* kaka [p= 241,3] [L=41556]
overseer of the inner apartments L.

L.

L.

L.
242,1] [L=41560]
L.

W.
(H3) m.
[L=41557]keeper of a royal garden , door-keeper
[L=41558]a poet
[L=41559]a debauchee
[p= a player , painter
[L=41561]warmth of feeling , strength of sentiment
 kaṇḍūju
kaṇḍū--ju [p= 246,1] [L=42585]
feeling a desire to scratch , itching Hcar. 44 , 7.
(H3) mfn.
 kaṇḍūna
kaṇḍūna [L=42593]
feeling a desire to scratch , itching , desiring or longing for Sa1h.
(H2) mfn.
 kaṇḍūla
kaṇḍūla [p= 246,2] [L=42604]
having or feeling a desire to scratch , itchy Uttarar. Ba1lar.
ka--° ū* la [p= 1323,3] [L=326400.1]
itching, ardently desiring, Car. ; S3is3. , Sch.
(H2) mfn.
(H3) mfn.
 kāmatas
kā́ma--tas [p= 272,1] [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
 kcchrin
kcchrin [p= 304,2] [L=54770]
encompassed with difficulties , being in trouble , feeling pain g. sukhā*di

a-k° Pa1n2. 3-2 , 130.)
(H2) mfn.
[L=54771](
 krudhyat
krudhyat [p= 322,1] [L=58239]
being angry , feeling provoked Mn. vi , 48 MBh.
(H2) mfn.
 gatavat
gatá--vat [p= 347,2] [L=63464]
going , passing W.

W.

W.
(H3) mfn.
[L=63465]obtaining
[L=63466]falling into , feeling , entertaining
 gatasauhda
gatá--sauhda [L=63488]
bereft of friendship or friendly feeling MBh. iii , 2776 BhP. iv

W.

W.
(H3) mfn.
[L=63489]unkind , indifferent
[L=63490]bereft of friends
 glāna
glāná [p= 374,2] [L=69157]
» ib.
glāná [p= 374,3] [L=69174]
feeling aversion or dislike S3Br. i , 2 , 5 , 8

MBh. R. iii , 39 , 30 S3ak. iii , 7 (v.l.)

Ba1dar. ii , 2 , 29 Sch.

L.
glāná [L=69178]
exhaustion MBh. xiii , 3519 VarBr2S. lxxviii , 12
glāná [L=69179]
sickness Buddh.
(H3) &c
(H2) mfn.
[L=69175]wearied , languid , exhausted , emaciated
[L=69176]torpid
[L=69177]sick
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 ghṛṇā
ghṛṇā́ [p= 379,1] [L=70072]
through heat or sunshine RV.
ghṛṇā [L=70073]
a warm feeling towards others , compassion , tenderness MBh. iii , v R. Ragh. BhP.
ghṛṇā [L=70074]
aversion , contempt (with loc.) Naish. i , 20 ; iii , 60
ghṛṇā [L=70075]
horror , disgust Ka1d. vii , 199 and 236 Hcar. v , 186
ghṛṇā [L=70076]
a kind of cucumber Gal. (cf. nir- , hṛṇīyā.)
ghṛṇā [L=70078]
of °á q.v.
(H2C) ind.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2) f.
 ghorāśaya
ghorā* śaya [p= 379,3] [L=70215]
having a cruel feeling towards (loc.) Mcar. iii , 43.
(H3) mfn.
 ghrāta
ghrātá [p= 380,1] [L=70264]
( Pa1n2. 8-2 , 56) smelled VS. xx , 7

MBh. vii , 5228 (ifc.)

Ra1jat. ii , 22 (ifc.)
(H2) mfn.
[L=70265]having smelled
[L=70266]perceiving , witnessing , feeling
 cittavikārin
cittá--vikārin [p= 395,3] [L=73585]
changing anyone's character or feeling Hit. ii , 5 , 13.
(H3) mfn.
 cittavtti
cittá--vtti [p= 396,1] [L=73593]
state of mind , feeling , emotion S3ak. Pan5cat. R2itus. Katha1s.

Yogas. i , 2 Bhar. Naish. viii , 47 Sarvad. Hit.

Veda7ntas.
(H3) f.
[L=73594]continuous course of thoughts (opposed to concentration) , thinking , imagining
[L=73595]disposition of soul
 jaaya
jaaya [p= 409,3] [L=76687]
°yati , to make without feeling for (loc.) Mudr. iii , 4  ; 
to render weak ,
Ratna7v. iv , 13.
(H2) Nom.
 jātasakalpa
jātá--sakalpa [p= 417,3] [L=78626]
feeling a desire for , . iii , 8.
(H3) mfn.
 jātasneha
jātá--sneha [L=78631]
feeling , affection Katha1s.
(H3) mfn.
 tarua
tárua [p= 439,3] [L=83296]
(ī [ Pa1n2. 4-1 , 15 Va1rtt. 6 Pat. ] RV. )n. ( √ t ; g. kapilakā*di Gan2ar. 447) " progressive " , young , tender , juvenile RV. AV. &c

cf. bālā*ditya) , just begun (heat or a disease) MBh. R. Kum. iii , 54 Sus3r.

Bhartr2.
tárua [L=83299]
a youth MBh. &c (cf. tara)
tárua [L=83300]
Ricinus communis L.
tárua [L=83301]
large cumin seed L.
tárua [L=83302]
N. of a particular section in a tantra work treating of various stages in a tāntrika's life Kula7rn2. viii
tárua [L=83303]
of a mythical being MBh. ii , 7 , 22
tárua [L=83304]
of a ṛṣi in the 11th manv-antara Hariv. 477
tárua [L=83305]
n. the blossom of Trapa bispinosa L.
tárua [L=83306]
= °ā*sthi Sus3r.
tárua [L=83307]
a sprout (ifc. , kuśa-) Ka1tyS3r. Pa1rGr2. ii , 1 , 10
tárua [L=83309]
a kind of pot-herb , i , 46 , 4 , 39
tárua [L=83310]
Aloe perfoliata L.
tárua [L=83311]
Rosa glandulifera or alba Npr.
tárua [L=83312]
Croton polyandrum or Tiglium L.
tárua [L=83313]
([cf. τέρην.])
(H1) mf
[L=83297]new , fresh , just risen (the sun
[L=83298]tender (a feeling)
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 dukhaśokavat
dukhá--śoka-vat [p= 483,3] [L=93455]
feeling pain and sorrow R. iv , 19 , 11.
(H3) mfn.
 nāīparīkā
ī́--parī* kā [p= 534,2] [L=105412]
feeling a vein or the pulse Bhpr.

of wk.
(H3) f.
[L=105413]N.
 nirātaka
nir--ātaka [p= 540,1] [L=106720]
(ā)n. free from fear or pain , not feeling or causing it MBh. Ka1v. &c
nir--ātaka [L=106721]
N. of śiva S3ivag.
(H3) mf
(H3B) m.
 nirdukha
nir--dukha [p= 541,2] [L=107040]
painless , not feeling or causing pain MBh. Katha1s.
(H3) mfn.
 nirvyalīka
nir--vyalīka [p= 542,2] [L=107379]
not causing pain , (either = ) not offending , harmless (as a word) BhP.

MBh.

MBh. R. &c

kena cetasā or h , with a willing or easy heart or mind MBh.
(H3) mfn.
[L=107380](or =) easy , hearty , willingly done (as a gift)
[L=107381]not feeling pain or uneasiness , willing , ready , sincere , undissembling
[L=107382]°
 niścitya
niś-° citya [p= 561,2] [L=110622]
having ascertained or decided , feeling assured or convinced or resolute MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H3) ind.
 nisargapadva
ni-sarga--padva [p= 564,1] [L=111047]
(ī)n. naturally inclined to , feeling attracted towards (loc.) Das3.
(H3) mf
 pariviśvasta
pari-viśvasta [p= 601,1] [L=118574]
feeling secure , confident MBh.
(H3) mfn.
 paścāttāpin
paścā́t--tā° pin [p= 612,2] [L=120718]
feeling repentance , regretting (with a priv.) Ya1jn5.
(H4) mfn.
 praayin
pra-° ayin [p= 660,3] [L=131244]
having affection for (gen.) , attached to , beloved , dear , intimate , familiar MBh. Ka1v. &c

instr. or comp.) , affectionate , loving , kind ib.

ifc.) clinging to , dwelling or being in


Ka1v.
pra-° ayin [L=131249]
a friend , favourite Kum. v , 11
pra-° ayin [L=131250]
a husband , lover
(H3) mfn.
[L=131245]feeling attracted towards , longing for , desirous of (
[L=131246](
[L=131247]turned towards , aiming at
[L=131248]combined or provided with
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 pratapat
pra-° tapat [p= 661,1] [L=131336]
(antī)n. burning glowing , shining (lit. and fig.) , feeling pain , doing penance MBh.
pra-° tapat [L=131337]
the sun MW. (cf. MBh. iv , 42)
pra-° tapat [L=131338]
an ascetic R.
(H3) mf
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 pratisavid
prati-sa- √ vid [p= 672,1] [L=133331]
-vedayati , to recognize (?) DivyA7v. (A1. p. -vedayamāna , feeling ib.)
prati-° savid [L=133332]
analytical science (4 with Buddhists) Dharmas. 51 Lalit.
(H1) Caus.
(H3) f.
 pratisavedin
prati-° savedin [L=133337]
feeling , experiencing , being conscious of anything ib.
(H3) mfn.
 pratisadhāna
prati-° sadhāna [p= 672,2] [L=133395]
putting together again , joining together MBh. Ka1v. &c

Va1yuP.

Nya1yas. Sch.

L.

W.

MW.
(H3) n.
[L=133396]a juncture , the period of transition between two ages
[L=133397]memory , recollection
[L=133398]praise , panegyric
[L=133399]self-command , suppression of feeling for a time
[L=133400]a remedy
 pratyāsanna
praty-° āsanna [p= 677,2] [L=134269]
near at hand , close to (gen. or comp.) , proximate , neighbouring MBh. Ka1v. &c

Megh. Katha1s. &c

A1past. MBh.

MBh. ( Ni1lak. )
praty-° āsanna [L=134273]
= -tā f. proximity , neighbourhood MBh.
(H3) mfn.
[L=134270]imminent
[L=134271]closely connected or related
[L=134272]feeling repentance
(H3) n.
 priyabhāva
priyá--bhāva [p= 710,2] [L=140557]
feeling of love A.
(H3) m.
 baddhaspha
baddhá--spha [p= 720,3] [L=142599]
(ifc.) feeling a longing for Bhartr2.
(H3) mfn.
 baddhānurāga
baddhā* nurāga [L=142606]
(ā)n. feeling affection , enamoured ib.
(H3) mf
 bandha
bandhá [L=142631]
binding , tying , a bond , tie , chain , fetter RV. &c

Sus3r.

Ma1rkP.

Mn. MBh. &c

comp.) Pan5cat. BhP. (ifc. = connected with , conducive to MBh. )

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ragh.

°dhe-sthā = to remain deposited) Campak.

Ra1jat.

esp. of the hands and feet) Ragh. Kum.

partic. mode of sexual union (there are said to be 16 , 18 , 36 , or even 84 L. ) , Caur. ??

&c ) MBh. Ra1jat.

Vcar.

Ra1jat.

&c ) Cat.

Ragh.

ifc.) conceiving , cherishing , feeling , betraying Hariv. Ka1lid.

L.

L.

L.

phil.) mundane bondage , attachment to this world S3vetUp. Bhag. &c (opp. to mukti , moka , " final emancipation " , and regarded in the khya as threefold , viz. prakti- , vaikārika- , and dakiā-b°)

rhet.) , construction or arrangement of words Ka1vya7d. Prata1p.

partic. shape Kpr.

S3atr.

Sus3r.

ifc. with numerals) a part (cf. pañca- , daśa-b°).
(H2) m.
[L=142632]a ligature , bandage
[L=142633]damming up (a river)
[L=142634]capture , arrest , imprisonment , custody
[L=142635]connection or intercourse with (
[L=142636]putting together , uniting , contracting , combining , forming , producing
[L=142637]joining (the hollowed hands)
[L=142638]anything deposited (
[L=142639]a deposit , pledge
[L=142640]any configuration or position of the body (
[L=142641]a
[L=142642]constructing , building (of a bridge
[L=142643]bridging over (the sea)
[L=142644]knitting (the brows)
[L=142645]fixing , directing (mind , eyes ,
[L=142646]assumption , obtainment (of a body)
[L=142647](
[L=142648]a border , framework , inclosure , receptacle
[L=142649]a sinew , tendon
[L=142650]the body
[L=142651](in
[L=142652]combination of sounds (in
[L=142653]arrangement of a stanza in a
[L=142654]arrangement of musical sounds , composition
[L=142655]a disease which prevents the eyelids from quite closing
[L=142656](
 bībhatsu
bībha-° tsú [p= 733,1] [L=145531]
loathing , detesting , feeling disgust or repugnance RV. AV. Kaus3.

RV. i , 164 , 8
bībha-° tsú [L=145533]
N. of arjuna MBh.
(H3) mfn.
[L=145532]reserved , coy (said of a woman)
(H3B) m.
 bhaktirasa
bhaktí--rasa [p= 743,2] [L=147716]
a sense of devotion , feeling of loving faith Katha1s.
(H3) m.
 bhāj
bhāj [p= 752,1] [L=149697]
(mostly ifc. ; exceptionally with gen.) sharing or participating in , entitled to , possessing , enjoying , perceiving , feeling , sensible of. devoted to , intent upon Br. &c

RPra1t.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ka1v. Ma1rkP.

Ragh. Kir.

Bhag. Ragh.

= kartavya) Bhat2t2.
bhāj [p= 752,2] [L=149752]
» col.1.
(H2) mfn.
[L=149698]forming a part of , belonging to
[L=149699]joined or connected with , liable to
[L=149700]occupying , inhabiting , frequenting , dwelling or living in or on
[L=149701]going or resorting to , falling into , seeking
[L=149702]revering , worshipping
[L=149703]what is due , duty , concern (
(H1) bhājana
 bhāva
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.

ib.

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

VarBr2S.

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.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

L.

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=150186](in
[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=150192](in
[L=150193](in
[L=150194]an astrological house or lunar mansion
[L=150195]N.
[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=150198]N.
[L=150199]wanton sport , dalliance
[L=150200]birth
[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
 bhāvabodhaka
bhāvá--bodhaka [p= 754,3] [L=150260]
(ikā)n. revealing any sentiment or feeling L.
(H3) mf
 bhāvāa
bhāvā* a [L=150316]
(only L. ) = bhāvaka , affection , emotion





bhāvā* a [p= 755,2] [L=150478]
*va » under bhāva.
(H3) m.
[L=150317]the external expression of amatory feeling
[L=150318]a pious or holy man
[L=150319]an amorous man
[L=150320]an actor
[L=150321]dress , decoration.
(H1) bhāvā
 bhāvābhāsa
bhāvā* bhāsa [p= 754,3] [L=150330]
simulation of feeling or emotion W.
(H3) m.
 bhāvanā
bhāvanā 2 [p= 755,1] [L=150361]
demonstration , argument , ascertainment Ya1jn5.
bhāvanā 2 [L=150362]
feeling of devotion , faith in (loc.) Pan5cat.
bhāvanā 2 [L=150363]
reflection , contemplation (5 kinds with Buddhists MWB. 128)
bhāvanā 2 [L=150364]
saturating any powder with fluid , steeping , infusion S3a1rn3gS.
bhāvanā 2 [L=150365]
(in arithm.) finding by combination or composition
bhāvanā 2 [L=150366]
(with jainas) right conception or notion
bhāvanā 2 [L=150367]
the moral of a fable HParis3.
bhāvanā 2 [L=150368]
N. of an upaniad
bhāvanā 2 [L=150369]
a crow L.
bhāvanā 2 [L=150370]
water L.
bhāvanā [L=150374]
of prec. , in comp.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2B) f.
(H2) f.
 bhāvika
bhāvika [L=150406]
(ī)n. actually being or existing , real , natural Sa1m2khyak.

Ma1lav.

W.
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
[L=150408]future
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 bhāvuka
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

BhP.

L.

W.
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.
 bhoga
bhogá 1 [p= 767,2] [L=153082]
( √1. bhuj) any winding or curve , coil (of a serpent) RV. &c

Hariv. Ka1m. Pan5cat.

partic. kind of military array Ka1m.

Suparn2.

L.
bhoga 2 [L=153111]
( √3. bhuj) enjoyment , eating , feeding on RV. &c &c (with jainas " enjoying once " , as opp. to upa-bhoga , q.v.)

S3Br. Gr2S3rS. &c

&c Mn. Ya1jn5.

Mn. MBh. &c

i.e. rule , sway Ma1rkP.

Mn. MBh. &c

RV. &c

&c ) MBh. R.

Mn. MBh. &c

esp. of prostitution) L.

astron.) the passing through a constellation VarBr2S.

Su1ryas.

arithm.) the numerator of a fraction (?) W.

of a teacher Cat.
bhoga 2 [L=153126]
w.r. for bhogya or bhāgya.
(H1) m.
[L=153083]the expanded hood of a snake
[L=153084]a
[L=153085]a snake
[L=153086]the body
(H1) m.
[L=153112]use , application
[L=153113]fruition , usufruct , use of a deposit
[L=153114]sexual enjoyment
[L=153115]enjoyment of the earth or of a country
[L=153116]experiencing , feeling , perception (of pleasure or pain)
[L=153117]profit , utility , advantage , pleasure , delight
[L=153118]any object of enjoyment (as food , a festival
[L=153119]possession , property , wealth , revenue
[L=153120]hire , wages (
[L=153121](in
[L=153122]the part of the ecliptic occupied by each of the 27 lunar mansions
[L=153123](in
[L=153124]N.
(H1B) n.
 bhogadeha
bhoga--deha [p= 767,3] [L=153140]
" the body of feeling " (the intermediate body which a dead person acquires through the śrāddha after cremation , and with which , according to his works , he either enjoys happiness or suffers misery cf. adhiṣṭhāna-d° , sambhogakāya) RTL. 28 , 292 MWB. 247.
(H3) m.
 manmathasamāna
manmatha--samāna [p= 788,3] [L=157936]
feeling similar love Das3.
(H3) mfn.
 marīmśa
marīmśa [p= 790,1] [L=158227]
(fr. Intens. of √ mś) feeling about , groping AV.
(H1) mfn.
 mahāsaukhya
mahā́--saukhya [p= 802,1] [L=161133]
feeling intense delight , Su1ryapr.
(H3) mfn.
 mādhurya
mādhurya [p= 809,1] [L=162679]
sweetness Ka1v. Sus3r.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

vaiṣṇavas) a feeling of tender affection (for kṛṣṇa like that of a girl for her lover) RTL. 141

rhet.) grace of style (esp. consisting in the employment of separated words in a sentence , as opp. to ślea q.v.) Va1m. Kpr. &c
mādhurya [L=162683]
sweetly speaking Kull. on Mn. x , 33.
(H2) n.
[L=162680]loveliness , exquisite beauty , charm
[L=162681](with
[L=162682](in
(H2B) mfn.
 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.
 mudbhāj
múd--bhāj [p= 822,2] [L=165457]
feeling joy or pleasure VarBr2S.
(H3) mfn.
 mrakya
mrakya [p= 837,3] [L=168880]
ill-feeling (?) DivyA7v.
(H2) n.
 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
 rasavat
rása--vat [p= 870,1] [L=175671]
(rása-) full of juice or sap , juicy , succulent , strong RV. &c

MBh.

Kaus3.

instr.) Pan5car.

MBh. Ka1v. &c
870,2] [p= 870,1] [L=175671.25]
rasas , impassioned , full of feeling , affected by emotions of love or jealousy &c MW.
870,2] [L=175671.30]
ib.
rása--vat [L=175671.40]
a tasteful style Bhat2t2. Sch.
(H3) mfn.
[L=175671.05]moist , well watered (as a field)
[L=175671.10]filled with juice (as a cup)
[L=175671.15]overflowing with (
[L=175671.20]tasty , charming , elegant , graceful , lovely
[p= possessing love and the other
[p= spirited , witty
(H3B) n.
 rasābhiniveśa
rasā* bhiniveśa [L=175752]
accession of sentiment , intentness of feeling or passion W.
(H3) m.
 rasollāsa
raso* llāsa [p= 870,3] [L=175817]
the springing up of desire for (comp.) Gi1t. Sch. (°sin mfn. feeling the awakening of desire Cat. )
(H3) m.
 rasika
rasika [p= 871,1] [L=175874]
(ā)n. tasteful , elegant Bhartr2.

Ka1v. Katha1s.

loc. or comp.) ib. Ra1jat. Sa1h.

W.

MW.

ib.
rasika [L=175880]
a man full of taste or feeling (cf. a-r°)
rasika [L=175881]
a libertine W.
rasika [L=175882]
Ardea Sibirica L.
rasika [L=175883]
a horse L.
rasika [L=175884]
an elephant L.
rasika [L=175885]
unboiled juice of sugar-cane L.
(H2) mf
[L=175875]having a discriminating taste , aesthetic
[L=175876]having a taste for or a sense of , fond of , devoted to , delighting in (
[L=175877]sentimental
[L=175878]fanciful
[L=175879]lustful
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 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
 roavāhaa
roa--vāhaa [p= 885,2] [L=178941]
" being a vehicle of anger " , bearing or feeling wrath W.
(H3) mfn.
 laghutā
laghú--tā [p= 894,1] [L=180849]
quickness , promptness , agility , dexterity MBh. Ma1rkP.

Sus3r. R2itus.

Ka1ran2d2.

VarBr2S.

MBh. Ra1jat. S3is3.

R.

Ka1v. Pan5cat. &c
(H3) f.
[L=180850]lightness , ease , facility
[L=180851]feeling of ease , feeling of bodily freshness
[L=180852]prosodial shortness
[L=180853]smallness , littleness , meanness , insignificance
[L=180854]light-mindedness , thoughtlessness , levity , wantonness
[L=180855]want of rank or dignity , humbleness , disregard , disrespect
 laghutva
laghú--tva [L=180857]
quickness , agility , dexterity MBh.

S3vetUp. Sus3r.

Mr2icch.

Pin3g. Sch.

MBh.

Ka1v. Pan5cat. &c
(H3) n.
[L=180858]lightness , ease , facility
[L=180859]feeling of ease
[L=180860]prosodial shortness
[L=180861]levity , thoughtlessness , wantonness
[L=180862]want of dignity , humbleness , disregard , disrespect
 lajjodvahanākama
lajjo* dvaha° * kama [p= 895,2] [L=181180]
incapable of feeling shame ib.
(H4) mfn.
 vimanas
ví--manas 1 [p= 951,3] [L=193352]
ví-) mfn. having a keen or penetrating mind or understanding , sagacious RV. x , 82 , 2.
ví--manas 2 [L=193353]
destitute of mind , foolish , silly RV. viii , 86 , 2

Ya1jn5. MBh. &c

R.
ví--manas 2 [L=193356]
N. of the author of a hymn (v.l. for viśva-manas q.v.)
vi-manas [p= 979,3] [L=198642]
vi-manas , vi-manthara , vimanyu &c » [p= 951,3].
(H3) (
(H3) mfn.
[L=193354]out of one's mind or senses , discomposed , perplexed , dejected , downcast , heart-broken
[L=193355]changed in mind or feeling , averse , hostile
(H3B) m.
(H1) 1. 2.
 virāga
ví--rāga 1 [p= 952,1] [L=193443]
(ā)n. passionless , without feeling , dispassionate , indifferent (sarvatas , " to everything ") R. BhP.
vi-rāga 2 [p= 982,1] [L=199109]
(for 1. » [p= 952,1]) change or loss of colour Naish.

Pa1n2. 6-4 , 91

loc. abl. , or comp.) Ka1v. Ra1jat. BhP.

Sa1m2khyak.
982,2] [L=199113]
RPra1t.

partic. high number Buddh.
(H3) mf
(H2) m.
[L=199110]excitement , irritation
[L=199111]aversion , dislike or indifference to (
[L=199112]indifference to external things or worldly objects
[p= the faulty suppression of a sound in pronunciation ,
[L=199114]a
 vikārin
vi-° kārin [p= 954,3] [L=193975]
liable to change , changeable , variable VPra1t. MBh. Sus3r.

comp.) Bhag.

Ma1lati1m.

» a-v°)

Sus3r.

Hit.
vi-° kārin [L=193981]
n. the 33rd year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBr2S.
(H3) mfn.
[L=193976]undergoing a change , changed into (
[L=193977]feeling emotion , falling in love
[L=193978]inconstant , disloyal , rebellious (
[L=193979]altered or changed for the worse , spoiled , corrupted
[L=193980]producing a change for the worse , corrupting (the mind)
(H3B) m.
 vikriyā
vi-kriyā [L=194042]
transformation , change , modification , altered or unnatural condition Ka1v. Pur. Sus3r.

R.
955,1] [L=194044]
R. Das3. Sus3r.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Hariv. Ka1v. Katha1s.

acc. with √ , to suffer injury , undergo failure) ib.

Katha1s.

ib.

Mn. Ya1jn5. Ma1rkP.

» bhrū-v°)

» roma-v°)
vi-kriyā [p= 956,1] [L=194257]
» [p= 954,3].
(H2) f.
[L=194043]change for the worse , deterioration , disfigurement , deformity
[p= ailment , indisposition , affection
[L=194045]perturbation , agitation , perplexity
[L=194046]hostile feeling , rebellion , defection , alienation
[L=194047]injury , harm , failure , misadventure (
[L=194048]extinction (of a lamp)
[L=194049]a strange or unwonted phenomenon
[L=194050]any product or preparation
[L=194051]contraction , knitting (of the brows ;
[L=194052]bristling (of the hair ;
(H1) &c
 vigatajvara
vi-gata---jvara 2 [p= 957,1] [L=194450]
cured of fever , freed from feverishness or morbid feeling , freed from trouble or distress of mind Nal.

W.
(H3) mfn.
[L=194451]exempt from decay
 vipratipatti
vi-pratipatti [p= 975,2] [L=197878]
divergence , difference or opposition (of opinion or interests) , contrariety , contradiction , S3rS. Gaut. VarBr2S. &c

Sarvad.

Sus3r. Car.

loc.) Ja1takam.

ib.

Nya1yas.

W.

ib.
(H2) f.
[L=197879]incompatibility of two conceptions , opposition of one rule to another
[L=197880]erroneous perception or notion , error , mistake
[L=197881]suspicion about (
[L=197882]aversion , hostile feeling or treatment
[L=197883]false reply or objection (in argument)
[L=197884]various acquirement , conversancy
[L=197885]mutual connection or relation
 virakta
vi-rakta [p= 981,3] [L=199047]
» under vi-rañj.
vi-rakta [p= 982,1] [L=199092]
discoloured , changed in colour Ragh.

i.e. having no interest in (abl. loc. acc. with prati , or comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c

i.e. arousing no interest Ra1jat.

W.
(H1) &c
(H2) mfn.
[L=199093]changed in disposition , disaffected , estranged , averse , indifferent to
[L=199094]become indifferent
[L=199095]impassioned , feeling excessive passion
 virakti
vi-° rakti [L=199100]
change of disposition or feeling , alienation of mind , want of interest , freedom of passion , indifference to (loc. gen. with upari , or acc. with prati) Ra1jat. Pan5cat. BhP.

BhP.
(H3) f.
[L=199101]indifference to worldly objects , weanedness from the world
 virāgita
vi-rā° gita [p= 982,2] [L=199119.1]
exasperated , irritated Vajracch.

, feeling aversion or dislike to MBh.
(H4) mfn.
[L=199119.2]ifc.
 viśrānta
vi-śrānta [p= 991,3] [L=200858]
reposed , rested or ceased from (comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c

VarBr2S. Pan5cat.

Ka1v. Katha1s.

acc. or comp.) Ka1v. Ra1jat.

loc.) R.

comp.) destitute of (» vivekav° and comp. below)
vi-śrānta [L=200864]
N. of a king VP.
(H2) mfn.
[L=200859]reposing , taking rest
[L=200860]abated , ceased , stopped
[L=200861]coming to rest or to an end , reaching to (
[L=200862]feeling at ease in or with (
[L=200863](in
(H2B) m.
 viśrāntimat
vi-śrānti---mat [p= 992,1] [L=200879]
possessing rest , feeling at ease Ka1v.
(H3) mfn.
 veda
veda 1 [p= 1015,1] [L=205647]
(fr. √1. vid q.v.) knowledge , true or sacred knowledge or lore , knowledge of ritual RV. AitBr.
1015,2] [p= 1015,1] [L=205648]
of certain celebrated works which constitute the basis of the first period of the Hindu religion (these works were primarily three , viz. 1. the g-veda , 2. the yajur-veda [of which there are , however , two divisions » taittirīya-sahitā , vājasaneyi-sahitā] , 3. the sāma-veda ; these three works are sometimes called collectively trayī , " the triple vidyā " or " threefold knowledge " , but the g-veda is really the only original work of the three , and much the most ancient [the oldest of its hymns being assigned by some who rely on certain astronomical calculations to a period between 4000 and 2500 B.C. , before the settlement of the Aryans in India ; and by others who adopt a different reckoning to a period between 1400 and 1000 B.C. , when the Aryans had settled down in the Panjab] ; subsequently a fourth veda was added , called the atharva-veda , which was probably not completely accepted till after manu , as his law-book often speaks of the three vedas-calling them trayam brahma sanātanam , " the triple eternal veda " , but only once [xi , 33] mentions the revelation made to atharvan and agiras , without , however , calling it by the later name of atharva-veda ; each of the four vedas has two distinct parts , viz. 1. mantra , i.e. words of prayer and adoration often addressed either to fire or to some form of the sun or to some form of the air , sky , wind &c , and praying for health , wealth , long life , cattle , offspring , victory , and even forgiveness of sins , and 2. brāhmaa , consisting of vidhi and artha-vāda , i.e. directions for the detail of the ceremonies at which the mantras were to be used and explanations of the legends &c connected with the mantras [see brāhmaa , vidhi] , both these portions being termed śruti , revelation orally communicated by the Deity , and heard but not composed or written down by men [cf. IW. 24 &c ] , although it is certain that both mantras and brāhmaas were compositions spread over a considerable period , much of the latter being comparatively modern ; as the vedas are properly three , so the mantras are properly of three forms , 1. c , which are verses of praise in metre , and intended for loud recitation ; 2. yajus , which are in prose , and intended for recitation in a lower tone at sacrifices ; 3. sāman , which are in metre , and intended for chanting at the soma or Moon-plant ceremonies , the mantras of the fourth or atharva-veda having no special name ; but it must be borne in mind that the yajur and sāma-veda hymns , especially the latter , besides their own mantras , borrow largely from the g-veda ; the yajur-veda and sāma-veda being in fact not so much collections of prayers and hymns as special prayer- and hymn-books intended as manuals for the adhvaryu and udgāt priests respectively [see yajur-veda , sāma-veda] ; the atharva-veda , on the other hand , is , like the g-veda , a real collection of original hymns mixed up with incantations , borrowing little from the g and having no direct relation to sacrifices , but supposed by mere recitation to produce long life , to cure diseases , to effect the ruin of enemies &c ; each of the four vedas seems to have passed through numerous śākhās or schools , giving rise to various recensions of the text , though the g-veda is only preserved in the śākala recension , while a second recension , that of the bhākalas , is only known by name ; a tradition makes vyāsa the compiler and arranger of the vedas in their present form: they each have an Index or anukramaī [q.v.] , the principal work of this kind being the general Index or sarvānukramaī [q.v.] ; out of the brāhmaa portion of the veda grew two other departments of Vedic literature , sometimes included under the general name veda , viz. the strings of aphoristic rules , called sūtras [q.v.] , and the mystical treatises on the nature of God and the relation of soul and matter , called upaniad [q.v.] , which were appended to the ārayakas [q.v.] , and became the real veda of thinking Hindus , leading to the darśanas or systems of philosophy ; in the later literature the name of " fifth veda " is accorded to the itihāsas or legendary epic poems and to the purāas , and certain secondary vedas or upa-vedas [q.v.] are enumerated ; the vedā*gas or works serving as limbs [for preserving the integrity] of the veda are explained under vedā*ga below: the only other works included under the head of veda being the pariśiṣṭas , which supply rules for the ritual omitted in the sūtras ; in the bhad-ārayaka upaniad the vedas are represented as the breathings of brahmā , while in some of the purāas the four vedas are said to have issued out of the four mouths of the four-faced brahmā and in the viṣṇu-purāa the veda and viṣṇu are identified) RTL. 7 &c IW. 5 ; 24 &c
1015,3] [p= 1015,2] [L=205649]
of the number " four " VarBr2S. S3rutabh. ??
1015,3] [L=205650]
S3Br.

vtta (v.l. vitta) L. (cf. 2. veda).
veda 2 [p= 1017,2] [L=206079]
(fr. √3. vid) finding , obtaining , acquisition (» su-v°)

A1s3vGr2.
vedá 3 [p= 1017,3] [L=206094]
(perhaps connected with √1. ve , to weave or bind together) a tuft or bunch of strong grass (kuśa or muñja) made into a broom (and used for sweeping , making up the sacrificial fire &c , in rites) AV. MS. Br. S3rS. Mn.
veda 4 [p= 1018,1] [L=206147]
N. of a pupil of āyoda MBh.
veda [p= 1332,2] [L=339610]
comp.)
(H1) m.
[p= N.
[p= N.
[p= feeling , perception
[L=205651]=
(H1) m.
[L=206080]property , goods
(H1) m.
(H1) m.
(H2) (in
 vedana
vedana 1 [p= 1016,3] [L=205919]
(for 2. » [p= 1017,2]) announcing , proclaiming (» bhaga-v°)
vedana 1 [L=205920]
perception , knowledge Nir. MBh. Ka1v. &c (rarely f(ā).)
vedana 1 [L=205921]
making known , proclaiming Ra1jat.
vedana 1 [L=205923]
feeling , sensation Ya1jn5. S3is3. (with Buddhists one of the 5 skandhas MWB. 109)
védana 2 [p= 1017,2] [L=206082]
finding , procuring (» naṣṭa and pati-v°)
védana 2 [L=206083]
the act of finding , falling in with (gen.) MBh.
védana 2 [L=206084]
the act of marrying (said of both sexes , esp. the marriage of a śūdra woman with a man of a higher caste ; cf. Mn. iii , 44 , and utkṛṣṭa-v°) Mn. Ya1jn5.
védana 2 [L=206085]
the ceremony of holding the ends of a mantle (observed by a śūdra female on her marriage with a man of a higher caste) W.
védana 2 [p= 1017,3] [L=206086]
property , goods RV. AV.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 vedanāvat
vedanā-vat [p= 1016,3] [L=205925]
possessed of knowledge Sa1y.

MBh.

Sus3r.
(H3) mfn.
[L=205926]feeling pain , full of aches
[L=205927]painful , aching
 vedin
vedin 1 [p= 1017,2] [L=206066]
(for 2. 3. » col.3) knowing , acquainted with or versed in (ifc.) Mn. MBh. &c (cf. sarva-v°)

MBh. Pur.

MBh. R.
vedin 1 [L=206069]
N. of brahmā L.
vedin 2 [p= 1017,3] [L=206089]
marrying (» śūdrā-v°).
vedin 3 [L=206136]
a species of plant (= ambaṣṭha) L. (cf. 2. vedi).
(H2) mfn.
[L=206067]feeling , perceiving
[L=206068]announcing , proclaiming
(H2B) m.
(H2) mfn.
(H2) n.
 vailakya
vailakya [p= 1025,3] [L=207697]
(fr. vi-laka ; ifc. f(ā).) absence of mark W.

W.

cf. sa-vailakyam) W.

Hariv. Ka1v. &c
(H1) n.
[L=207698]contrariety , reverse
[L=207699]the reverse of what is usual or natural , unnaturalness , affectation (
[L=207700]feeling of shame , embarrassment
 vyañjaka
vy-añjaka [p= 1029,3] [L=208440]
(ikā)n. making clear , manifesting , indicating (gen. or comp.) Mn. BhP.

rhet.) indicating by implication , suggesting (-tva n.) Sa1h. Prata1p.
vy-añjaka [L=208442]
indication of passion or feeling Ma1lati1m.
vy-añjaka [L=208443]
a sign , mark , symbol W.
vy-añjaka [L=208444]
figurative expression or insinuation ib.
(H2) mf
[L=208441](in
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 vyathana
vyathana [p= 1031,1] [L=208636]
greatly disturbing or perplexing MBh.
vyathana [L=208637]
tottering , wavering Pa1n2. 5-4 , 46
vyathana [L=208638]
alteration , change (of a sound) RPra1t.
vyathana [L=208639]
feeling pain. Sus3r.
vyathana [L=208640]
vexing , tormenting Dharmas3.
vyathana [L=208641]
piercing , perforating (= vyadhana) A1past.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 vyājokti
vyājo* kti [p= 1036,3] [L=209662]
(in rhet.) dissimulating statement (a figure of speech in which the effect of one cause is ascribed to another , or where a feeling is dissembled by being attributed to a different cause) Sa1h. Kpr. &c
(H3) f.
 śītaka
śītaka [p= 1078,1] [L=218423]
(ikā)n. cool AV.

Pa1n2. 5-2 , 72

L.
śītaka [L=218426]
feeling of cold , shivering Car.
śītaka [L=218427]
the cold season g. yāvā*di L.
śītaka [L=218428]
any cold thing A.
śītaka [L=218429]
a lazy man W.
śītaka [L=218430]
a happy or contented man ib.
śītaka [L=218431]
= asana-parī L.
śītaka [L=218432]
Marsilea Dentata MW.
śītaka [L=218433]
a scorpion L.
śītaka [L=218434]
N. of a people VarBr2S.
śītaka [L=218435]
a kind of sandal L.
(H2) mf
[L=218424]sluggish. idle , lazy.
[L=218425]healthy
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m. pl.
(H2B) n.
 śṛṅgāraikarasa
śṛṅgārai* ka-rasa [p= 1088,1] [L=220698]
one whose sole feeling is love MW.
(H3) mfn.
 śṛṅgārin
śṛṅgārin [L=220707]
feeling love or amorous passion , enamoured , impassioned Ka1v. Sch.

Das3ar.

Va1s.

W.
śṛṅgārin [L=220711]
an impassioned lover ib.
śṛṅgārin [L=220712]
dress , decoration ib.
śṛṅgārin [L=220713]
an elephant L.
śṛṅgārin [L=220714]
the betel-nut tree L.
śṛṅgārin [L=220715]
a ruby(?) , Pracan2d2.
(H2) mfn.
[L=220708]erotic , relating to love
[L=220709]adorned , beautifully dressed
[L=220710]stained with red-lead
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 śvasana
śvasaná [p= 1105,3] [L=224375]
blowing , hissing , panting , breathing RV. S3a1n3khBr. VarBr2S.

Sus3r.
śvasaná [L=224377]
air , wind (also of the body) or the god of wind MBh. R. Sus3r.
śvasaná [L=224378]
N. of a vasu (son of śvāsā) MBh. i , 2583
śvasaná [L=224379]
(śvás°) N. of a serpent-demon Suparn2.
śvasaná [L=224380]
Vanguieria Spinosa Car.
śvasaná [L=224381]
breathing , respiration , breath Ka1v. Pur. Sus3r.
śvasaná [L=224382]
heavy breathing Sus3r.
śvasaná [L=224383]
clearing the throat ib.
śvasaná [L=224384]
hissing (of a serpent) S3is3.
śvasaná [L=224385]
sighing , a sigh Ratna7v.
śvasaná [L=224386]
feeling or an object of feeling BhP. (Sch.)
(H2) mfn.
[L=224376]breathing heavily
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 savitti
sa-vitti [p= 1115,2] [L=226187]
knowledge , intellect , understanding ib. Kir.

comp.) Kir. Sarvad.

L.

W.
(H2) f.
[L=226188]perception , feeling , sense of (
[L=226189]mutual agreement , harmony
[L=226190]recognition , recollection
 savid
sa- √ vid 1 [p= 1115,2] [p= 1115,1] [L=226185]
-vetti , -vitte , (3. pl. -vidate , or -vidrate Pa1n2. 7-1 , 7) , to know together , know thoroughly , know , recognize RV. &c  ; 
to perceive , feel , taste
Sus3r.  ; 
to come to an understanding , agree with , approve (
acc.) MBh. R. : Caus. -vedayati , to cause to know or perceive Pras3nUp.  ; 
to make known , declare
MBh.  ; 
to know , perceive
Bhat2t2. : Caus. » sa-vedita.
sa-víd 1 [p= 1115,2] [L=226191]
consciousness , intellect , knowledge , understanding (in phil. = mahat) VS. &c

gen. or comp.) Ra1jat. BhP. Sarvad.

partic. stage of yoga to be attained by retention of the breath Ma1rkP.

acc. with √ k or Caus. of √ sthā or vi-dhā , " to make an agreement with " , instr [with and without saha , or gen.] or " to " [inf. or dat.] ; with Caus. of √ lagh or vyati-kram , " to break an agreement ") TUp. Mn. MBh. &c

BhP.

Ra1jat.

comp.) MBh. Ka1v. &c

MBh.

S3is3. xii , 35

ib.

= toaa) S3is3. xvi , 47 (Sch.)

L.

L.

W.

ib.
sa- √ vid 2 [L=226228]
(cf. Pa1n2. 1-3 , 29) -vindate (p. -vidāná q.v.) , to find , obtain , acquire RV. S3Br. BhP.  ; 
to meet with (
instr.) , be joined or united to AV. AitBr. S3Br. : Pass. -vidyate , to be found or obtained , be there , exist Buddh. : Intens. » -vévidāna below.
sa-víd 2 [L=226229]
acquisition , property MaitrS.
(H1) cl.2 P. A1.
(H2) f.
[L=226192]perception , feeling , sense of (
[L=226193]a
[L=226194]a mutual understanding , agreement , contract , covenant (
[L=226195]an appointment , rendezvous
[L=226196]a plan , scheme , device
[L=226197]conversation , talk about (
[L=226198]news , tidings
[L=226199]prescribed custom , established usage
[L=226200]a name , appellation
[L=226201]satisfying (
[L=226202]hemp
[L=226203]war , battle
[L=226204]a watch-word , war-cry
[L=226205]a sign , signal
(H1) A1.
(H2) f.
 savedana
sa-° vedana [L=226217]
the act of perceiving or feeling , perception , sensation MBh. Ka1v. Sarvad.

Katha1s. S3a1rn3gS.
(H3) n.
[L=226218]making known , communication , announcement , information
 savtākāra
-v° * kāra [p= 1116,2] [L=226360]
one who conceals all signs of feeling MW.
(H3) mfn.
 saghṛṇa
sa--ghṛṇa [p= 1125,1] [L=227907]
(ā)n. full of pity , compassionate BhP.

Ja1takam.

loc.) Naish.
(H3) mf
[L=227908]tender of feeling , delicate , scrupulous
[L=227909]disliking , abhorring (
 sacetana
sa--cetana [p= 1131,1] [L=228941]
having reason or consciousness or feeling , sentient , sensible , animate , rational Pa1rGr2. R. Katha1s. &c
(H3) mfn.
 sacāritva
sacāri--tva [p= 1132,1] [L=229123]
transitoriness , inconstancy (of feeling) Sa1h.
(H3) n.
 sacāribhāva
sacāri--bhāva [L=229124]
a transitory feeling (= vyabhi-cāri-bh° q.v.) MW.
(H3) m.
 sacāristva
sa-cāristva [L=229140]
transitoriness , inconstancy (of feeling) Sa1h.
(H3) n.
 sajvārin
sa-jvārin [p= 1134,1] [L=229443]
feeling the heat of fever &c , feverish Bhat2t2. (cf. Pa1n2. 3-2 , 142) .
(H2) mfn.
 sadānanda
sádā* --° nanda [p= 1139,3] [L=230760]
perpetual bliss Cat.
sádā* --° nanda [L=230760.1]
feeling or giving perpetual bliss Nr2isUp. Prab.
sádā* --° nanda [L=230760.2]
N. of śiva L.
sádā* --° nanda [L=230760.3]
of various writers (esp. of the author of the vedā*nta-sāra , a modern Vedantist) Cat.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 satati
-tati [p= 1141,3] [L=231197]
stretching or extending along , expanse , continuity , uninterruptedness TS. &c
1142,1] [L=231198]
MBh. i , 291 ( Ni1lak. )

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ra1jat.

Mn. MBh. &c

= dhī-s°) Prab.

DivyA7v.

-homa S3Br.

of a daughter of daka and wife of kratu (cf. sa-nati) Ma1rkP.
-tati [L=231206]
N. of a son of alarka BhP.
(H2) f.
[p= causal connection (of things)
[L=231199]a continuous line or series or flow , heap , mass , multitude
[L=231200]density , intensity (of darkness)
[L=231201]uninterrupted succession , lineage , race , progeny , offspring
[L=231202]continued meditation (
[L=231203]disposition , feeling
[L=231204]=
[L=231205]N.
(H2B) m.
 sataptahdaya
sa-tapta---hdaya [L=231270]
feeling great anguish of heart R.
(H3) mfn.
 samadukha
samá--dukha [p= 1152,2] [L=233090]
(ā)n. feeling pain in common with another , compassionate Ka1v.
(H3) mf
 sammadava ī
sam-° mada---vaī [p= 1180,1] [L=237092]
" being together in rut or sexual passion " , and " feeling delight " Ba1lar.
(H4) mfn.
 saruj
sa--ruj [p= 1183,2] [L=237740]
feeling the same pain , Sa1h.

Ha1sy.
(H3) mfn.
[L=237741]suffering pain , sick , ill
 salajja
sa--lajja [p= 1189,3] [L=239371]
feeling shame or modesty , bashful , embarrassed (am ind.) Ka1v. Katha1s. &c
sa--lajja [p= 1190,1] [L=239372]
Artemisia Indica and Austriaca L.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 savikāra
sa--vikāra [p= 1190,3] [L=239535]
with its developments or derivatives or products Gaut. Bhag. BhP.

Gi1t.

Sin6ha7s.
(H3) mfn.
[L=239536]altered in feeling , growing fond of.
[L=239537]undergoing modification or decomposition (as food)
 savyatha
sa--vyatha [p= 1191,2] [L=239641]
(ā)n. feeling pain , afflicted , grieved , sorrowful Ka1v. Katha1s.
(H3) mf
 savrīa
sa--vrīa [L=239658]
feeling shame , bashful , modest (am ind.) MBh. Ka1v. &c
(H3) mfn.
 saśrama
sa--śrama [p= 1192,1] [L=239773]
(ā)n. feeling fatigue , wearied W.
(H3) mf
 sahārda
sa--hārda [p= 1195,2] [L=240465]
(ā)n. feeling or betraying affection , affectionate S3is3. Ma1rkP.
(H3) mf
 sahdaya
sá--hdaya [L=240480]
(ā)n. (sá-) with the heart TBr. Vikr.

AV.

Ka1v. Das3ar. Sa1h.
sa--hdaya [L=240480.3]
a learned man W.
sa--hdaya [L=240480.4]
(?) N. of wk. on ācāra
(H3) mf
[L=240480.1]hearty , sincere
[L=240480.2]possessing a heart , good-hearted , full of feeling , sensible , intelligent
(H3B) m.
(H3B) mn.
 sāvittika
vittika [p= 1197,1] [L=240914]
(fr. sa-vitti) based on a (mere) feeling or perception , subjective Kap. Sch.
(H2) mfn.
 sākātkaraa
* kāt--karaa [p= 1198,1] [L=241019]
the act of putting before the eyes ib.

MW.

Kap.
(H3) n.
[L=241020]intuitive perception , actual feeling
[L=241021]immediate cause of anything
 sāttvika
sāttvika [p= 1200,1] [L=241401]
(ī)n. (fr. sat-tva) spirited , vigorous , energetic Mn. MBh. &c

sattva (i.e. " purity " or " goodness ") , pure , true , genuine , honest , good , virtuous (also applied to partic. purāas which exalt viṣṇu IW. 513) MaitrUp. Mn. MBh. &c internal , caused by internal feeling or sentiment Ma1lati1m.

Sa1h.
sāttvika [L=241404]
a state of body caused by some natural emotion (constituting a class of 8 bhāvas holding a middle place between the sthāyi- and vyabhicāri-bhāvas , viz. stambha , sveda , romā*ñca , svara-vikāra , vepathu , varavikā*ra , aśru , pralaya , qq. vv.) ib.
sāttvika [L=241405]
N. of brahmā L.
sāttvika [L=241406]
of the eighth creation by prajā-pati MW.
sāttvika [p= 1200,2] [L=241408]
a partic. kind of pūjā practised by the worshippers of durgā MW.
sāttvika [L=241409]
(scil. tuṣṭi) N. of one of the five kinds of external acquiescence (in khya) ib.
sāttvika [L=241410]
an autumn night L.
sāttvika [L=241411]
an offering or oblation (without pouring water) L.
(H2) mf
[L=241402]relating to or endowed with the quality
[L=241403]natural , not artificial , unaffected (as style)
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
 sānutāpa
* nutāpa [p= 1203,1] [L=241923]
(ā)n. feeling repentance Katha1s. Ra1jat.
(H1) mf
 sānurāga
* nurāga [L=241939]
(ā)n. feeling or betraying passion , affectionate , enamoured of (loc.) Ka1v. Katha1s. Ma1rkP.
(H1) mf
 sāvajña
sā́vajña [p= 1211,1] [L=243379]
feeling contempt , despising , disdainful of (loc.) Katha1s.
(H1) mfn.
 sāhasaikarasika
sāhasai* ka-rasika [p= 1212,2] [L=243628]
one whose only feeling or passion is cruelty , brutal , ferocious W.
(H3) mfn.
 sukhajāta
sukhá--jāta [p= 1221,1] [L=245652]
born or produced easily W.

Bhat2t2.
sukhá--jāta [L=245654]
anything pleasant Gi1t.
(H3) mfn.
[L=245653]feeling easy or comfortable
(H3B) n.
 sukhadukhasamanvita
sukhá--dukha---samanvita [L=245673]
feeling pleasure and pain Mn. i , 49
(H4) mfn.
 sukhadukhin
sukhá--du° khin [L=245677]
feeling pleasure and pain BhP.
(H4) mfn.
 sukhasastha
sukhá--sastha [p= 1221,3] [L=245801]
Pan5cat. ) mfn. feeling comfortable or happy Pan5cat.
(H3) (
 sukhasasthita
sukhá--sasthita [L=245802]
Mr2icch. ) mfn. feeling comfortable or happy Pan5cat.
(H3) (
 susukha
su--sukha [p= 1239,1] [L=250519]
(ā)n. very pleasant or easy or comfortable (am ind.) R. Hariv.

R.
(H3) mf
[L=250520]feeling very comfortable or happy
 susthacitta
su--stha---citta [L=250552]
easy at heart , feeling happy or comfortable MBh.
(H4) mfn.
 stambha
stambha [p= 1258,2] [L=254509]
(ifc. f(ā).) a post , pillar , column , stem (as of a tree ; also improperly applied to an arm) Ka1t2h. Gr2S3rS. MBh. &c

Bhartr2.

MBh. R. &c

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ra1jat.

&c as taught in the tantras) Ka1v. Sus3r. Pan5car.

R.

of a partic. adhyāya Pat. on Pa1n2. 5-2 , 60 Va1rtt. 1

ṛṣi &c VP. (cf. g. kuñjā*di and śaunakā*di).
(H2) m.
[L=254510]support , propping , strengthening
[L=254511]inflation , pretentiousness , arrogance
[L=254512]fixedness , stiffness , rigidity , torpor , paralysis , stupefaction
[L=254513]becoming hard or solid
[L=254514]stoppage , obstruction , suppression (also the magical arresting of any feeling or force , as of hunger , thirst , or of the forces of water , fire
[L=254515]filling up , stuffing
[L=254516]N.
[L=254517]of a
 sthāyibhāva
sthāyi--bhāva [p= 1264,1] [L=255567]
lasting or durable state of mind or feeling (said to be 8 , viz. rati , hāsa , śoka , krodha , utsāha , bhaya , jugupsā , vismaya [qq.vv.] , to which is sometimes added śama , " quietism " ; they are opp. to the vyabhicāri-bhāvas or " transitory feelings ") Bhar. Das3ar. Sa1h. &c
(H3) m.
 sthāyin
sthāyin [L=255571]
standing , staying , being or situated in or on (comp.) Nir. MBh. Ka1v. &c

partic. place , resident , present Ka1v. Katha1s.
(H2) mfn.
[L=255572]being in a