dvea

dvéa [L=98977]
hatred , dislike , repugnance , enmity to (comp.) S3Br. Mn. MBh. &c (°a-k , to show enmity against (dat.) Pan5c. iii , 160) .
dvea [p= 507,2] [L=99051]
» above.



(H2) 

m.
(H1) &c

dveaparimuktā

dvéa--parimuktā [p= 507,1] [L=98978]
" free from hatred " , N. of a gandharva maid Ka1ran2d2.

(H3) 

f.

 dveaa

dveaa [L=98981]
hating , disliking

MBh.
dveaa [L=98983]
dislike or hatred against (gen. or comp.) Sus3r. MBh.

(H2) 

mfn.
[L=98982]foe , enemy
(H2B) n.





  1. The science of breath and the philosophy of the tattvas - Page 104
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  1. Rāma Prasāda, George Robert Stow Mead - 1894 - 251 pages - Free Google eBook - Read
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  1. Dvesha comes from the root dves/i, which is a compound of du and ish; ish itself appears to be a ... The root du in Dvesha performs the same function as duh in Duhkha. Hence Dvesha comes to mean a "hankering after repulsion. ...
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  1. A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 507
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  1. dvisha-ta. SH-^ dvy-ahan. 507 'tva); hateful or unpleasant to, Hariv ;m. foe, enemy, L. -ta, f. (MW. .... S*W dvesha, &c. See above. gf dvai, Vriddhi form for dvi in comp. — ktilijika, mfvi")n. containing 2 Kulijas (kind of ..
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And in order to accomplish this, the abandonment of Raga and Dvesha is highly recommended, so much so that the common formula " jeuhar " of salutation among the Jains, means : " give up both," that is, Raga and Dvesha. ...

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What is dvesha? It is the repulsion one feels towards any person or object which is a source of pain or unhappiness.6 ... What binds us is the pair of likes and dislikes (raga and dvesha). They are the cause of all suffering and misery ...
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