The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Hasya-Laughter




hāsya
hāsya [L=262112]
to be laughed at , laughable , ridiculous , funny , comical MBh. Ka1v. &c

rhet. one of the 10 rasas or of the 8 sthāyi-bhāvas , qq. vv.) Ya1jn5. MBh. &c

Mn. MBh. &c
(H2) mfn.
[L=262113]laughing , laughter , mirth (in
[L=262114]jest , fun , amusement
 
hāsyakara
hāsya--kara [L=262116]
Sa1h. ) mfn. provoking laughter , causing to laugh.
(H3) (
 hāsyakāra
hāsya--kāra [L=262117]
R. ) mfn. provoking laughter , causing to laugh.
(H3) (
 hāsyapadavī
hāsya--padavī [L=262124]
the roar of laughter (°- , " to incur ridicule ") Pan5cat. (-bhāva m. = -tā Katha1s. )

pl.) Hariv.

(H3) f.
[L=262125]a jest , joke (
uccaghana
uccaghana [p= 173,1] [L=30303]
laughter in the mind not expressed in the countenance W.
(H1) n.








other words related to laughter:



1 aṭṭahasita (laughter) 2 aṭṭahāsya (laughter) 3 aṭṭāṭṭahāsa (laughter) 4 atihasita (laughter) 5 atihāsa (laughter) 6 anavacchinnahāsa (laughter) 7 antarhāsa (laughter) 8 apahasita (laughter) 9 īṣaddhāsya (laughter) 10 uccaghana (laughter) 11 utprāsa (laughter) 12 uddhas (laughter) 13 udvardhana (laughter) 14 upahasita (laughter) 15 upahāsa (laughter) 16 upahāsyatā (laughter) 17 upahāra (laughter) 18 (laughter) 19 gharghara (laughter) 20 paricchedana (laughter) 21 prakāśa (laughter) 22 prasmi (laughter) 23 prahas (laughter) 24 prahasana (laughter) 25 prahasita (laughter) 26 prahāsa (laughter) 27 prahāsaka (laughter) 28 buka (laughter) 29 bhūtahāsa (laughter) 30 mahāhāsa (laughter) 31 mahīyas (laughter) 32 viplavāṭṭahāsa (laughter) 33 vihasatikā (laughter) 34 vihasita (laughter) 35 vihāsa (laughter) 36 vyavahāsa (laughter) 37 vyāvahāsī (laughter) 38 śūrpaṇakhā (laughter) 39 sanarmahāsa (laughter) 40 saprahāsam (laughter) 41 samprahāsa (laughter) 42 saviḍālambha (laughter) 43 sahasa (laughter) 44 sāṭṭahāsa (laughter) 45 sotkṛṣṭahasitasvara (laughter) 46 sotprāsahasita (laughter) 47 sopahāsa (laughter) 48 smayana (laughter) 49 smiti (laughter) 50 ha (laughter) 51 has (laughter) 52 haskṛti (laughter) 53 hasa (laughter) 54 hasakṛt (laughter) 55 hasana (laughter) 56 hasikā (laughter) 57 hasita (laughter) 58 hāsa (laughter) 59 hāsakara (laughter) 60 hāsabhūta (laughter) 61 hāsaśāla (laughter) 62 hāsāspada (laughter) 63 hāsaka (laughter) 64 hāsikā (laughter) 65 hāsana (laughter) 66 hāsya (laughter) 67 hāsyakara (laughter) 68 hāsyakāra (laughter) 69 hāsyapadavī (laughter)

 aṭṭahasita
aṭṭa--hasita [p= 11,2] [L=2362]
loud laughter , a horse-laugh.
(H3) n.
 aṭṭahāsya
aṭṭa--hāsya [L=2369]
loud laughter

(H3) n.
[L=2370]a horse-laugh.
 aṭṭāṭṭahāsa
aṭṭā* ṭṭa-hāsa [L=2371]
very loud laughter.
(H3) m.
 atihasita
áti--hasita [p= 13,1] [L=2859]
excessive laughter.
ati-hasita [p= 1310,1] [L=302410]
(in rhet.) excessive or foolish laughter, Sa1h.
(H3) n.
(H2) n.
 atihāsa
áti--hāsa [p= 13,1] [L=2860]
excessive laughter.
(H3) m.
 anavacchinnahāsa
an-avacchinna--hāsa [p= 26,3] [L=5292]
continuous or immoderate laughter.
(H3) m.
 antarhāsa
antar--hāsa [p= 43,3] [L=8169]
laughing inwardly

(H3) m.
[L=8170]suppressed laughter
 apahasita
apa-hasita [p= 53,2] [L=9900]
silly or causeless laughter Sa1h.
apa-hasita [p= 1314,2] [L=310500]
(also) smiling in tears, Das3ar.
(H2) n.
(H2) n.
 īaddhāsya
īad--dhāsya [p= 171,2] [L=29953]
(°t-hā°) id.
īad--dhāsya [L=29953.1]
slight laughter , a smile.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) n.
 
uccaghana
uccaghana [p= 173,1] [L=30303]
laughter in the mind not expressed in the countenance W.
(H1) n.
 utprāsa
ut-prā* sa [p= 181,2] [L=31789]
( √2. as) hurling , throwing afar L.


Sa1h.
(H1) m.
[L=31789.1]violent burst of laughter
[L=31789.2]derision , jocular expression
 uddhas
ud-dhas [p= 189,1] [L=33117]
ud-has) P. -dhasati , to break out into laughter (said of the lightning)  ; 
to flash
BhP. iii , 12 , 6.
(H1) (
 udvardhana
ud-vardhana [p= 191,3] [L=33553]
ud-vdh.
ud-vardhana [p= 192,3] [L=33726]
sly or suppressed laughter L.
(H1) »
(H2) n.
 upahasita
upa-hasita [p= 212,1] [L=36467]
laughed at , derided Katha1s.
upa-hasita [L=36468]
laughter accompanied by shaking the head (sa-śira-kampam) Das3ar. iv , 70.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) n.
 upahāsa
upa-hāsá [L=36470]
laughter , derision , mockery , jeer Katha1s. Ragh. Sa1h.

VarBr2S.

S3Br. Pa1rGr2. MBh. &c
(H2) m.
[L=36471]ridiculousness
[L=36472]fun , play , jest , sport
 upahāsyatā
upa-hāsya--tā [L=36480]
the state of being to be laughed at or derided , ridiculousness

upahāsyatā-gam , to expose one's self to laughter , become ridiculous Ragh. i , 3.)
(H3) f.
[L=36481](
 upahāra
upa-hāra [L=36501]
offering , oblation (to a deity)

MBh. Megh. Katha1s. &c

upahāra vi-dhā , to offer an oblation to a god [acc.] , sacrifice to any one Katha1s. )

Ka1m. Hit. &c
212,2] [L=36505]
&c )

pāśupatas) a kind of religious service (consisting of laughter , song , dance , muttering huuk , adoration and pious ejaculation) Sarvad. 77 , 22.
(H2) m.
[L=36502]complimentary gift , present (to a king or superior)
[L=36503](
[L=36504]a particular kind of alliance (purchased through a gift)
[p= food (distributed to guests
[L=36506](with the
 
Whitney Roots links: f
 1 [p= 223,2] [L=38404]
ri in merrily).
 2 [L=38407]
an interjection expressing laughter L.

L.

W.
 3 [L=38408]
heaven L.
 3 [L=38409]
N. of aditi L.
 4 [L=38410]
P. cchati , iyarti , ṛṇoti , and ṛṇvati (only Ved.)  ; 
āra , ariyati , ārat , and ārīt , to go , move , rise , tend upwards RV. Nir. &c  ; 
to go towards , meet with , fall upon or into , reach , obtain
RV. AV. S3Br. ChUp. MBh. &c  ; 
to fall to one's share , occur , befall (with
acc.) RV. AitBr. S3Br. Mn. &c  ; 
to advance towards a foe , attack , invade
S3Br. MBh. Mn.  ; 
to hurt , offend
S3Br. vii  ; 
to move , excite , erect , raise , (
íyarti vā́cam , he raises his voice RV. ii , 42 , 2 ; stómān iyarmi , I sing hymns RV. i , 116 , 1) RV. AV. vi , 22 , 3 : Caus. arpayati , to cause to move , throw , cast AV. x , 9 , 1 Ragh. &c  ; 
to cast through , pierce
AV.  ; 
to put in or upon , place , insert , fix into or upon , fasten
RV. S3a1k. Kum. Bhag. &c  ; 
to place on , apply
Katha1s. Ratna1v. Ragh. &c  ; 
to direct or turn towards
R. Bhag. &c  ; 
to deliver up , surrender , offer , reach over , present , give
Ya1jn5. Pan5cat. Vikr. &c  ; 
to give back , restore
Mn. viii , 191 Ya1jn5. S3ak. &c : Ved. Intens. alarti RV. viii , 48 , 8  ; 
(2.
sg. alari RV. viii , 1 , 7 Pa1n2. 7-4 , 65)  ; 
to move or go towards with speed or zeal: Class.
Intens. A1. arāryate ( Pa1n2. 7-4 , 30) , to wander about , haste towards Bhat2t2. Pat. Ka1s3. ; ([cf. Gk. ρ-νυ-μι , ρ-έ-της , ρό-ω , &c : Zend √ir: Lat. or-ior , re-mus , aro: Goth. argan: Angl.Sax. a1r: Old High Germ. ruo-dar , ar-an: Lith. ir-ti , " to row " ; ar-ti , " to plough. "])
(H1) the seventh vowel of the Sanskrit alphabet and peculiar to it (resembling the sound of
(H1) ind.
[L=38407.1]a particle implying abuse
[L=38407.2]a sound inarticulate or reiterated as in stammering
(H1) m.
(H1B) f.
(H1) cl.1.3.5.
 gharghara
gharghara [p= 376,3] [L=69600]
(onomat.) uttered with an indistinct gurgling or purring sound Katha1s. xxv , 66

Ra1jat. ii , 99

gharghara [L=69603]
an indistinct murmur , crackling (of fire) , rattling (of a carriage) , creaking L.
gharghara [L=69604]
laughter , mirth L.
gharghara [L=69605]
a duck (" an owl " BR. ) L.
gharghara [L=69606]
a fire of chaff L.
gharghara [L=69607]
a curtain L.
gharghara [L=69608]
a door L.
gharghara [L=69609]
the post round which the rope of a churning stick is wound Gal.
gharghara [L=69610]
a particular form of a temple Hcat. ii , 1 , 390
gharghara [L=69611]
the river Gogra L.
gharghara [L=69614]
(ā , or ī). a kind of lute or cymbal.
(H1) mfn.
[L=69601]sounding like gurgling
[L=69602](in music applied to a particular note)
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) mf
 paricchedana
pari-cchedana [p= 594,1] [L=117458]
( L. ) discriminating , dividing


(H3) n.
[L=117459]the division of a book
[L=117460]joyful laughter (?).
 prakāśa
pra-° kāśa [p= 653,1] [L=129833]
visible , shining , bright S3a1n3khBr. MBh. &c

Mn. MBh. &c (nāmadheyam prakāśa ktvā , " pronouncing a name out loud " S3a1n3khGr2. )

W.

instr. or comp.) MBh. Ka1lid.

comp.) Ragh.

ifc.) having the appearance of , looking like , resembling MBh. R. &c
pra-° kāśa [L=129839]
openly , publicly , before the eyes of all Mn. MBh. &c (°śa*bhyudaikata , " he did not look up openly " R. )
pra-° kāśa [L=129841]
clearness , brightness , splendour , lustre , light RV. &c
pra-° kāśa [L=129842]
(fig.) light , elucidation , explanation (esp. at the end of titles of explanatory works e.g. kāvya- , tarka- &c )
pra-° kāśa [L=129843]
appearance , display. manifestation , expansion , diffusion MBh. Ka1v. Sa1h.
pra-° kāśa [L=129844]
publicity , fame , renown , glory Hariv.
pra-° kāśa [L=129845]
sunshine open spot or air MBh. S3ak. Ma1rkP. (°śe ind. openly , publicly , before the world ifc. in the presence of MBh. Prab. )
pra-° kāśa [L=129846]
the gloss on the upper part of a (horse's) body VS. ( Mahi1dh. )
pra-° kāśa [L=129847]
w.r. for prāk° TBr.
pra-° kāśa [L=129848]
a chapter , section Cat.

of sev. works. ib.

L.

of a Brahman (son of tamas) MBh.

manu raivata Hariv.

(pl.) the messengers of viṣṇu L.
pra-° kāśa [L=129854]
bell-metal , brass L.
(H3) mfn.
[L=129834]clear , manifest , open , public
[L=129835]expanded
[L=129836]universally noted , famous , celebrated for (
[L=129837]renowned throughout (
[L=129838](
(H3B) ibc.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3) mfn.
[L=129849]N.
[L=129850]laughter
[L=129851]N.
[L=129852]of
[L=129853]mfn.
(H3B) n.
 prasmi
pra- √ smi [p= 700,1] [L=138426]
-smayate (ep. P. pr. p. -smayat) , to burst into laughter Nir. MBh. Hariv.
(H1) A1.
 prahas
pra- √ has [p= 700,3] [L=138531]
-hasati (ep. also A1. °te) , to burst into laughter (also with hāsam) MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to laugh with (
acc.) MBh. Pan5cat.  ; 
to laugh at , mock , deride , ridicule
MBh. R. &c
(H1) P.
 prahasana
pra-° hasana [L=138538]
laughter , mirth , mockery , derision Uttarar. Hit. (°nam , enclit. after a finite verb g. gotrā*di ; °nek , to mock , deride g. *kād-ādi Ka1s3. )

rhet.) satire , sarcasm

esp.) a kind of comedy or farce Das3ar. Sa1h. &c
(H3) n.
[L=138539](in
[L=138540](
 prahasita
pra-° hasita [L=138541]
laughing , cheerful Hariv. Ka1v. Pur.
pra-° hasita [L=138542]
N. of a buddha Lalit.
pra-° hasita [L=138543]
of a prince of the ki-naras Ka1ran2d2.
pra-° hasita [L=138544]
bursting into laughter BhP.
pra-° hasita [L=138545]
displaying bright gaudy colours Ja1takam.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 prahāsa
pra-° hāsa [L=138548]
loud laughter , laughter Hariv. Ka1v.

Pa1n2. 1-4 , 106 &c

Ven2is.

Ja1takam.

L.

of śiva L. (cf. °hasa)

śiva MBh.

nāga ib.

varua R.

tīrtha (w.r. for °bhāsa?) L.
pra-° hāsa [L=138558]
(with bharad-vājasya) N. of a sāman (w.r. for prāsāha) L.
(H3) m.
[L=138549]derision , irony
[L=138550]appearance , display
[L=138551]splendour , of colours
[L=138552]an actor , dancer
[L=138553]N.
[L=138554]of an attendant of
[L=138555]of a
[L=138556]of a minister of
[L=138557]of a
(H3B) n.
 prahāsaka
pra-° hāsaka [L=138559]
one who causes laughter , a jester L.
(H3) m.
 buka
buka [p= 733,1] [L=145539]
= hāsya , laughter Gan2ar.

vuka) Agati Grandiflora Bhpr.
(H1) m.
[L=145540](also written
 bhūtahāsa
bhūtá--hāsa [p= 762,2] [L=151983]
" demoniacal laughter " , a kind of fever Bhpr.
(H3) m.
 mahāhāsa
mahā́--hāsa [p= 802,1] [L=161186]
loud laughter L.
mahā́--hāsa [L=161187]
laughing loudly R.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
 mahīyas
mahīyas [p= 803,3] [L=161615]
greater , mightier , stronger (or , " very great , very mighty &c ") Up. MBh. Ka1v. &c (with hāsa m. very loud laughter ; with kula n. a very noble family).
(H2) mfn.
 viplavāṭṭahāsa
vi-pla° * ṭṭahāsa 1 [p= 976,3] [L=198054]
malicious laughter Dharmas3.
(H3) m.
 vihasatikā
vi-hasatikā [p= 1003,1] [L=203123]
gentle laughter , smiling Hcar. (v.l. °sitikā).
(H2) f.
 vihasita
vi-° hasita [L=203125]
laughing , smiling Hariv. Caurap.

Katha1s.
vi-° hasita [L=203127]
laughter , laughing , smiling Ka1v. Sa1h.
(H3) mfn.
[L=203126]laughed , smiled at
(H3B) n.
 vihāsa
vi-hāsa [L=203129]
laughing , laughter Hariv. Pan5car.
vi-hāsa [L=203130]
opened L.
(H2) m.
(H2B) mfn.
 vyavahāsa
vy-ava-hāsa [p= 1034,1] [L=209112]
has) , mutual laughter W.
(H1) ( √
 vyāvahāsī
vy-ā* va-hāsī [p= 1039,1] [L=210016]
( √ has) mutual or universal laughter Bhat2t2. (cf. Pa1n2. 3-3 , 43 Sch.)
(H1) f.
 śūrpaakhā
śū́rpa--akhā [p= 1086,2] [L=220353]
-akhī) f. (wrongly -nakhā , °khī ; cf. Pa1n2. 4-1 ; 58) " having fingernails like winnowing fans " N. of the sister of rāvaa (she fell in love with rāma-candra and , being rejected by him and insulted by sītā's laughter , assumed a hideous form and threatened to eat her up , but was beaten off by lakmaa , who cut off her ears and nose and thus doubly disfigured her ; in revenge she incited her brother to carry off sītā) MBh. R.
(H3) (rarely
 sanarmahāsa
sa--narma-hāsa [p= 1141,2] [L=231121]
attended with merry laughter (as a speech) , Katha1s.
(H3) mfn.
 saprahāsam
sa--prahāsam [p= 1149,1] [L=232376]
with laughter , bursting into a laugh Ma1lav.
(H3) ind.
 samprahāsa
sam-prahāsa [p= 1176,3] [L=236644]
laughing at , loud laughter Bhat2t2.
1177,1] [L=236645]
R.
(H2) m.
[p= mockery , derision
 saviālambha
saviālambha [p= 1191,2] [L=239671]
n. a partic. kind of jest (for exciting laughter) Bhar.
(H1) (?)
 sahasa
sa--hasa [p= 1195,2] [L=240459]
(ā)n. having laughter , laughing , smiling. S3is3. vi , 57.
(H3) mf
 sāṭṭahāsa
* ṭṭahāsa [p= 1199,3] [L=241363]
with loud laughter (am ind.) Ma1rkP.
(H1) mfn.
 sotkṛṣṭahasitasvara
so* tkṛṣṭa-hasita-svara [p= 1248,3] [L=252568]
accompanied by loud laughter R.
(H2) mfn.
 sotprāsahasita
so* tprā* sa--hasita [L=252577]
derisive or sarcastic laughter MW.
(H3) n.
 sopahāsa
so* pahāsa [p= 1249,2] [L=252670]
accompanied with derisive laughter , sneering , jocular , sarcastic (am ind.) , sah.
(H1) mfn.
 smayana
smayana [p= 1271,3] [L=257082]
a smile , gentle laughter A1s3vS3r.
(H2) n.
 smiti
smiti [L=257097]
smiling , a smile , laughter MW.
(H2) f.
 ha
ha 1 [p= 1286,1] [L=260028]
nāgarī alphabet (in ini's system belonging to the guttural class , and usually pronounced like the English h in hard ; it is not an original letter , but is mostly derived from an older gh , rarely from dh or bh).
ha 2 [L=260031]
(only L. ) a form of śiva or bhairava (cf. nakulī*śa)


i.e. the arithmetical figure which symbolizes o)








ṣṇu







pāpa-haraa

sakopa-vāraa

śuka
ha 2 [L=260031.40]
laughter
ha 2 [L=260031.44]
the Supreme Spirit
ha 2 [L=260031.46]
pleasure , delight
ha 2 [L=260031.48]
a weapon
ha 2 [L=260031.50]
the sparkling of a gem
ha 2 [L=260031.52]
calling , calling to the sound of a lute
ha 2 [L=260031.54]
= aham (?). IndSt.
ha 2 [L=260031.56]
mad , drunk.
ha 3 [L=260032]
(prob. orig. identical with 2. gha , and used as a particle for emphasizing a preceding word , esp. if it begins a sentence closely connected with another ; very frequent in the brāhmaas and sūtras , and often translatable by) indeed , assuredly , verily , of course , then &c (often with other particles e.g. with tv eva , u , sma , vai &c ; na ha , " not indeed " ; also with interrogatives and relatives e.g. yad dha , " when indeed " ; kad dha , " what then? " sometimes with impf. or pf. [cf. Pa1n2. 3-2 , 116] ; in later language very commonly used as a mere expletive , esp. at the end of a verse) RV. &c &c
ha 4 [L=260033]
(ā)n. (fr. √ han) killing , destroying , removing (only ifc. ; » arāti- , vtra- , śatruha &c )
ha 5 [L=260034]
(ā)n. (fr. √3. ) abandoning , deserting , avoiding (ifc. ; » an-oka- and vāpī-ha)
ha [p= 1287,2] [L=260298]
4. ha , [p= 1286,1].
ha [p= 1296,2] [L=262509]
5. ha , [p= 1286,1].
(H1) the thirty-third and last consonant of the
(H1) m.
[L=260031.02]water
[L=260031.04]a cipher (
[L=260031.06]meditation , auspiciousness
[L=260031.08]sky , heaven , paradise
[L=260031.10]blood
[L=260031.12]dying
[L=260031.14]fear
[L=260031.16]knowledge
[L=260031.18]the moon
[L=260031.20]vi
[L=260031.22]war , battle
[L=260031.24]horripilation
[L=260031.26]a horse
[L=260031.28]pride
[L=260031.30]a physician
[L=260031.32]cause , motive
[L=260031.34]=
[L=260031.36]=
[L=260031.38]=
(H1B) mf.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) ind.
(H1B) mfn.
(H1) ind.
(H1) mf
(H1) mf
(H2) »
(H2) »
 has
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 17.72
Whitney Roots links: has
has 1 [p= 1294,2] [L=262056]
( Dha1tup. xvii , 72) hasati (mc. also °te ; pf. jahāsa , jahase MBh. &c ; aor. ahasīt Gr. ; fut. hasitā ib. ; hasiyati MBh. &c ; inf. hasitum ib. ; ind.p. hasitvā , -hasya ib.) , to laugh , smile , laugh at (instr.) Shad2vBr. Gobh. MBh. &c  ; 
to deride , mock , ridicule (
acc.) MBh. R. &c  ; 
to surpass , excel
Ka1vya7d.  ; 
to expand , open (as a blossom)
Kuval. : Pass. hasyate (aor. ahāsi) , to be laughed or smiled at MBh. Ka1v. &c : Caus. hāsayati (aor. ajīhasat) , to cause to laugh Hariv. Kum. : Desid. jihasiati (cf. √ 1. jak) Gr.: Intens. jāhasyate (p. °yamāna MBh. ) , jāhasti , to laugh continuously or immoderately ib.
has 2 [L=262057]
an exclamation of laughter or loud merriment (also employed as a nidhana in the sāman).
(H1) cl.1 P.
(H2) ind.
 haskti
has--kti [L=262060]
hás-.) f. loud merriment , laughter ib.
(H3) (
 hasa
hása [L=262061]
hasá) m. (ifc. f(ā).) mirth , laughter RV. &c
(H2) (or
 hasakt
hása--kt [L=262062]
causing mirth or laughter , S3r2in3ga1r.
(H3) mfn.
 hasana
hasana [L=262072]
(ā)n. laughing Nir. iii , 5

Pan5car.
hasana [L=262074]
N. of one of skanda's attendants MBh.
hasana [L=262076]
laughter , a laugh (accord. to some , " with tremulous lips ") VarBr2S. Sus3r.
(H2) mf
[L=262073]jesting or sporting with
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
 hasikā
hasikā [L=262082]
laughter , derision , jesting L.
(H2) f.
 hasita
hasita [L=262083]
laughing , jesting , smiling Katha1s.

m. " he laughed " = jahāsa) Vet.

Ka1v.

L.
hasita [L=262087]
laughing , laughter (also impers. = " it has been laughed ") TA1r. Ka1v. Katha1s. &c
hasita [L=262088]
the bow of kāma (god of love) W.
(H2) mfn.
[L=262084]one who has laughed (
[L=262085]mocked , ridiculed , surpassed , excelled ,
[L=262086]blown , expanded
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 hāsa
hāsa [L=262092]
(ifc. f(ā).) laughing , laughter , mirth (often in pl.) MBh. Ka1v. &c

gen.) R.

ākhyāna-h° , " a funny story ") Katha1s.

R. Katha1s. Sa1h.

BhP.
hāsa [p= 1297,2] [L=262711]
» p.1294 , cols. 2 and 3.
(H2) m.
[L=262093]mocking , derision of (
[L=262094]a jest , joke , fun (
[L=262095]dazzling whiteness (regarded as laughter in which the teeth are shown)
[L=262096]pride , arrogance
(H1) hāsya
 hāsakara
hāsa--kara [p= 1294,3] [L=262098]
provoking laughter , causing to laugh S3is3.

W.
(H3) mfn.
[L=262099]laughing , merry
 hāsabhūta
hāsa--bhūta [L=262100]
representing the laughter of (gen.) Ja1takam.
(H3) mfn.
 hāsaśāla
hāsa--śāla [L=262102]
prone to mirth or laughter Katha1s.
(H3) mfn.
 hāsāspada
hāsā* spada [L=262103]
an object of jest or laughter. Katha1s.
(H3) n.
 hāsaka
hāsaka [L=262104]
one who causes laughter , a buffoon , jester MBh. R. Subh.

MW.
(H2) m.
[L=262105]a laugher
 hāsikā
hāsikā [L=262106]
laughter , mirth , merry-making L.
(H2B) f.
 hāsana
hāsana [L=262107]
(fr. Caus.) causing laughter , funny , comical Katha1s.
(H2) mfn.
 hāsya
hāsya [L=262112]
to be laughed at , laughable , ridiculous , funny , comical MBh. Ka1v. &c

rhet. one of the 10 rasas or of the 8 sthāyi-bhāvas , qq. vv.) Ya1jn5. MBh. &c

Mn. MBh. &c
(H2) mfn.
[L=262113]laughing , laughter , mirth (in
[L=262114]jest , fun , amusement
 hāsyakara
hāsya--kara [L=262116]
Sa1h. ) mfn. provoking laughter , causing to laugh.
(H3) (
 hāsyakāra
hāsya--kāra [L=262117]
R. ) mfn. provoking laughter , causing to laugh.
(H3) (
 hāsyapadavī
hāsya--padavī [L=262124]
the roar of laughter (°- , " to incur ridicule ") Pan5cat. (-bhāva m. = -tā Katha1s. )

pl.) Hariv.
(H3) f.
[L=262125]a jest , joke (