The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Dhvani - Allusion


dhvaní
  • m. sound , echo , noise , voice , tone , tune , thunder AV. &c
  • the sound of a drum W.
  • empty sound without reality MW.
  • a word L.
  • allusion , hint , implied meaning , poetical style Sa1h.
  • N. of wk.
  • N. of one of the viśve devās VP.
  • of a son of the vasu āpa ib.




dhvan
Whitney Roots links: Dvan
dhvan 1 [p= 522,2] [L=102496]
aor. ádhvanīt) , to be come covered or extinguished (as anger) RV. : Caus. ádhvānayat aor. dhvanayīt , to envelop , wrap up , darken ib. [cf. 2. dhvāntá ; Lith. dumju , dumti , to cover , wrap up ; Angl.Sax. dvinan , dvan , to be extinguished , vanish ; dun , dark-brown , dark.]
dhvan 2 [L=102497]
dhvanati (perf. dadhvāna , dadhvanur Bhat2t2. ; fut. dhvaniyati , °nitā Gr.) to sound , roar , make a noise , echo , reverberate Ka1v. &c  ; 
to mean , imply , (
esp. Pass. dhvanyate , it is meant , it is implied): Caus. dhvānayati Dha1tup. (aor. adidhvanat or adadh° Gr.) , to cause to sound , make resound (cf. °nayat below)  ; 
dhvanayati , to allude to , hint at Mr2icch. Comm. Intens. in dandhvana q.v. ([cf. 1. dhvāntá: Lith. dunde4ti , to sound , call ; Angl.Sax. dynian , to thunder.])


(H1) (only
(H1) cl.1 P.
dhvanita
dhvanita [p= 522,3] [L=102529]
caused to sound S3atr.

W.
dhvanita [L=102531]
sg. or pl. sound , thunder Ka1d.


(H2) mfn.
[L=102530]alluded to , implied
(H2B) n.
 dhvanyartha
dhvany--artha [L=102533]
implied meaning or truth MW.
(H3) m.