devadeva triśūlāṅka kapālakṛtabhūṣaṇa |
digdeśakālaśūnyā ca vyapadeśavivarjitā || 22 ||

Structural depths of Indian thought - Page 293
Poolla Tirupati Raju - 1985 - 599 pages - Google eBook - Preview
Often, it is space (dik) that is associated clearly with the ear (s'rotra). But dik here means generally direction, such as right, left, up, down, east, west and so on. We know by experience that our ears can recognize the directions ...

The Sanskrit language - Page 220
Thomas Burrow - 2001 - 438 pages - Preview
The accent shift may remain while the vowel gradation is abandoned, eg dik ' direction ', gen. sg. disds for what must originally have been *deiks : dikis. Conversely the accent may be stabilised but the vowel gradation retained, ...

Seven works of Vasubandhu, the Buddhist psychological doctor - Page 334
Vasubandhu, Stefan Anacker - 1984 - 490 pages - Preview
... 16; VK ad 15, 16a, 16b, ad 16b direction pradesa, phyogs KSP 4; VK, ad 12a ( dik) direction (intentional) abhimukhikarana, mhon-par-byed-pa MVB ad I 10-1 la directional dimension dig-bhaga, phyogs-cha VK 14a, ad 14a, ad 14b directly ...

diśā [L=92608]
direction , region , quarter or point of the compass MBh. iv , 1716 &c Ha1r. 2243 (cf. antara- and avā*ntara-)

of the wife of rudra-bhīma VP.
(H2) f.

dik--chabda [p= 479,3] [L=92491]
śabda) m. a word denoting a direction Pa1n2. 2-3 , 29.
(H3) (for
dik--tulya [L=92494]
having the same direction Su1ryas.
(H3) mfn.
dik--pravibhāga [L=92499]
a quarter , direction Sch. on VarBr2S.
(H3) m.
dik--sāmya [L=92506]
sameness of direction Su1ryas.
(H3) n.
dig--bheda [p= 480,1] [L=92545]
difference of direction Su1ryas.
(H3) m.
dig--bhrama [L=92546]
perplexity about points of the compass

Vcar. v , 66.
(H3) m.
[L=92547]mistaking the way or direction
dig--vakra-sastha [L=92551]
standing apart from the right direction VarYogay. viii , 1.
(H3) mfn.
dig--vibhāga [L=92569]
quarter , point , direction Vikr. i , 0÷1 Ratn. iv , 5.
(H3) m.
dig--virati [L=92571]
the not passing beyond boundaries in any direction
(H3) f.